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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 15)22
Juror's Retire to Wrestle
With 21 Questions
i OliSICANA, Texas, OA, 21 The
I ry in tho Karlu II. .Mayficid bailot
I .'.junction suit retired at K o'clock
tonight after six hour' deliberation,
,t one limn tonight persons In .the
. nuriroom cxpeotnl n, crd). when
the Jury foreman requested that din
ner he hold up a lew minutes In the
nape thiit a VerJkt cunld be
reached nt that time. A few m it) -ut
Inter, however, the Juror filed
..ul. They returned nt 7 30 o'clock
and deliberated until 9, when they
The injunction suit seeking to
keep the mime of Harle II. M.ij field
.iff the official ballot us democratic
antlldate fur I'nlted Watt senator
was klven the Jury Hlmr'ly utter 3
i.-ioik this nfternoon after Luther
Vt. kels, leading counsel for the par-
seeking to keep .Mayfleld's name
It the ballot, had closed for the
Tho Jury has 21 question to nn
Mter, Klvcn to It In Judge llau
,.itit HcarliroiiRh'ft charge.
, Although llin paramount I wile In
' tho case will bo settled with the
j iry'M demlslnn, (ho se Im not over
when tho decision la in idr. TIi'ii
omen Judge HcnrhroUKh'n nctinu m
he motluti to make permanent I'm
temporary Injunction reetralhlni:
Secretary of Htate HUplcs friitn pl.v
mg Mayfleld nnnie on the Italic'
His decision will tin guided by Hint
of the Jury, in cording to his eta'c
rnent nt noon today.
MKKhR C. PUt'NTY. prtnclp.e of
Central high sihonl hn returned
from Kansas where ho lectin ed on
the subject. "Confirming the High
School Curricula to tho (. urrtlnnl
Objective of Secondary Kilucjtioii'.'
before four district meeting of the
Kansas Stale Teacher ursoc latlon.
I'runty addressed the high school
section o( teacher and principal
and spoke In Mayor, Pittsburgh, Tu
peka and Hutchinson,
TUB I.A8T OK TIIK CI.AIMH
against the Olllllnnd Oil company
are beltiK hoard by Judge William
l'Uleback of Durant, special mauler
of tho federal court who li holding
hi eeftunn In the federal building.
The hearing will bo cloved sometime.
MAHRlAiiB I.IOKNSKH ISSUED
jesterduy: John Hnmuel Wtllliitnr.
33 of ltartlcsvllto and Isla Mario
Lynch. 21 of TiiIh.i Claude .McKIn
ney. an and Jlnry Hllen Trust, 28
THK nKOtTLAU Bt'SINKSS meet
ing of the American Legion eched
uled for Wedneednv night has been
fotponed two week bccauno of the
lalloweep ilapco to. be Held by tho
Legion Auxiliary it wim announced
jesterduy. The dance I to be held
at the National riiiard armory. The
meeting of tho Legion will bo held
tho night of Not ember
Miners Not Violating
The "Fire Boss" Ruling
FOKT K.M1TH. Ark.. Oil. 21. Kd
lloylv. etnto mine Inspector of Okla
homa, tonight wild his Investigation
lining the day had not convinced
him that tho two co-operntlvo coal
mines operating In thin field were
violating his order Issued yesterday
that thn mlno "flro bos" must bo
n man nut directly Intcretded In tho
operation of the mine. Legal action
will be Inkon tomorrow, lloylo said,
If a further Inveutlgatlon convinces
him that tho mines nro violating his
Posse Searching for
Slayer of 2 Farmers
TOPEKA, Knn.. Ocl. 21. Ilcrt
Onfllth, 21, and Lloyd Ireland, 23,
Jackson county farmers, were shot
and killed today whllo driving ciutlo
about six miles norlhweot of Moyt,
R small town tn Jnekson eonntv. no
cording to n. report received here I
tonight. Organized pos.e of off l-
'ers ami citizens were minting for
James O. Marshall, another Jackson
county farmer, from whom the cat
tle had been tuken In a foreclosure
of mortgage suit.
Up Trouble for Teacher
AIH3UCKLK, Pal.. Oct. 2 I. -At- j
.ut,trj-junerai upud mirrcu up 11
lot ot troulilo for L. tl. Johnson,
principal of a local school when ho
ruled trustees could bo held respon
sible for Injuries to pupils. Tho local
school authorities ordered nil thow
hiss, slues, teeter boards, rings and
bars removed. Now tho principal
tpenils tho noon hour chasing boys
put of the top of trees surroundlne
llrltton K. O.'a Carroll.
KT JOSKPH. Mo., Oct, 21. Hilly
' " i. lo-potindcr of Kansas City,
knocked out Jnck Carroll of Los
Angeles In the third round of a one.
'Wed bout here tonight, Cnrroll sub
stltuted for Nick Newman. '
R I A
'Also nn Extra Added Comedy Feature
Girl Offers Self in
NLW VOUK'. O. t. 2- Loiinio
Mo'rc, young and pretty, but poor,
prmlU' t of ,t dra'i, Industrial back
wood town, wants an education,
waul the highest things of life
which hr present circumstances
deny her. and she Is willing to t.iko
iv chnuco to get them.
Khe Is willing to gamble her fu
turn hnpplncss iignlnst an educa
tion. Miss Mooro ban written news
papers hero offering to put herself
on the auction block, matrimonially
peaking In other words, to murry
the mini who promises her an edu
cation H id the gratification of hrr
"I want to be educated." she
wrote, '.mil thero Isn't any nokslblo
chance fur tno In n town Ilka this.
Marriage to u nice inn u who would
educate nm Is the only way out. rd
SLAYER OF WIFE
HELD FOR MURDER
California Man Clubbed
Spouse to Death; Must
riti;.VO, Cal., Oct. 21. Cleorgo
A. Marlow, held In Jail nt Madera,
tollowlng his reported confession ot
clubbing his girl-wife to death .Sun
day morning at North Fork after
finding her with II. U. Hlnnchard.
19, an alleged affinity, was today
formally chaigrd with murder.
Harlow will appear before T. C.
Short. Justlco of the Fifth township,
ThiUMluy morning, for his prelimi
"Tho erdlct of the coroner's Jury
In this case, which was rendered un
der exciting circumstances, does not
concern 11m legally." Mason Iiailcy,
district county attorney, said this
nriernoon. "A crime nas oren com
mitted mid my duty U plainly tn
' I bcllovo we can establish tho
slaying nnd who committed the
crlmo. Tho degree of tho crime is
up to tn Jury in tho ense, and nisy
possibly be a reflection of the coro
ners jury verdict which declared It
'Justifiable homlrlde," Jjalley de
clared. When watrr 'no Miallov fot It to
navlga.n Is eiuhed a boat Invented
by n llelglan an mount nnd Yuri
astride a nonioriil' railway under Its
The Love Time Revue
In n musical comedy farce,
Cleanest, prcltlest, best dressed,
inot tuneful show of tho jcar.
"Shams of Society"
Dally, 3:30, 7115, Oil.'.
with Chilro Windsor,
Illcliunl llx. Claude
Tho big surprise In photodrama
A story of fools, who wore
thlovea nnd thieves who were
rooled. Hut don't tell anybody
how It ends-
1 BROADWAY I'lfmMCB 1 1
be willing to m.irrv the right sort
of a man who would help tnu to
set an education."
Kvldently loe which Im the Rood
old day was considered 11 uecrxviry
requisite of every marriage Is 11
seeoridnty consideration with Miss
Moore, tho gratification of her de
sire conies first nnd foremott.
Tan 11 marriage based upon that
promise be 11 happy one or will Lou
rile, In acquiring her education by
offering hercelf to pay tho price,
pny a "till greater one In the years
of unhnppHcsH and 'disillusionment
thut may follow?
Another question. Will her slrniuro
request be granted? Will she find
a man who will marry her to vlve
her'an education rather than to give
her his nnme, protection and sup
FINAL STILLMAN JUDGMENT
I'linllng of Wife Not Colli) of Cliargu
if Iliitlinnd SuMiilnciL
W11ITH I'l.AINH, N. V, Oct. 21.
Justlco Moihuuser In supreme court
this nfternoon handed down his final
Judgment sustaining thn findings of
ltcfeico Daniel Uleason In tho iSllll
man case In which tho referee found
Mrs. Anno i:. millmun not guilty of
charges tnado ugalnst her by Jiimcs
A, Ntlllinnii, the banker.
Tho bill uf Jtifereo Oloason for
fees aggregating 422,200 wilx nl
loweil by Justlco Morshuuser. John
12. Mack, guardian by liuby (luy
tftlllliiau, whose paternity wuh ques
tioned by his father, was allowed
fees of (25.U0U.
Claims "Hardest" Head
In Stale of Arkansas
PnrLAlt IILUFF, Mo Oct. 21.
Talk about Ivoryl Leo itceves, of
Walnut Hldgcs, Ark., clalma to have
tho hardest head of anyone, In
Arkansas and then some. Hooves
Is known a "hard head" becauso
of the reslstencp nnd restllcnco of
his cranium. When Heeves gels
Into it tight place ho uhcs Ills head.
Ho thinks nothing of ramming his
head through a. door, breaking IS
bottles on his head without u be
fuddling effect, or striking H nvlth
n hammer so long us It seem to
amuic his spectators. In fact, he
doesn't mind It bit. Itceves
tin iks It lis nhould fall out of the
top of a skyscraper, Just so he "lit"
on his head, all would bo rosy,
A plan hoa been formulated for
th' clcetilfi. .itlon of the statu mil
ways of Austria
VOW I" Y1X(.
I. W. W. Member Testi
fies to Methods Used
to Poison Troops
HACIlAMi:NTO, Cat.. Oct.
Testimony that the Industrial Work-
i m nt Him World no lnniriir tnncti
.abotago in hooka and wn.rhfcl.J R
toil ms i the Instructions by "word pWer. William Cositrave, the re
f mouth ' snj gUen n miperlor ;,rltm Alderman, would probably
court here today by W. IS. 'lown- ,ao never been brnught to light
.em , who mhl he formerly win ii ln, hilt namn Wotild have gone
lieutenant of Vllllam l llig lllll) ,,nwn It,, ,ntory nlont with
Haywood, head of Urn I. . . hundreds of other who have been
Towneend was a "urprle wU-lmnr pnrtlelpaiitB In tho cenliirlen
ne for the proeecullon of 10 ad-1,,1,) mtt for freedom'
irineil iiieuiner ui inn orffnniiHiliin
.. i. .ul i, ...,. i ..in. .1..
iv nl.n, "w
j mill anm law.
of tho day. He testified that lie. ns
a trustod assistant of Haywood, hail
nhtitlned employment on nt least
two railroads during the World war.
with instructions to blow them up;
that ho had served In various
branches of tho military service, In-
Inillng the murines at Mara Island,
'ul.. that during the war several
hundred meinbeiH of the 1. W W,
were eniplojeil at 11 Chicago pack'
Inghnupc, where many of them, net
teg ns Inspector, passed canned
meat he said were unfit for mi
nunl'ilo'i nrtd likely would poison
ihe tioops In I '1 mice, for whom they
weia destined, and that the I W.
W. uiirled on an extensive system of
sabotage In tho harvest field of the
"Bury Me With Dulc"
Aged C hewer Wishes
I'OI'LAl: HULFF, Mo Oct. 21.
"Hill" Jackson, n farmer living near
here, 1 10U year old and "still step
ping." "Tobacco ha done It," Jackson
declare. "I've chewed tobacco for
ulgh onto ninety year and every
tooth In my head Is a good as It
ever was. I never got drunk al
though n little beer now and then
was not bud. I tend to my farm
right along. When I die 1 want to
ho burled will) a chew of tobaccer
In my J.tw."
To Vote in New Jersey
THHNTON, N. J.. net. 24. Tim
Mercer county board of election to
day decided that former President
Wilson could vote In thn stale of
N'ew Jeisey nnd Hint his ballot
shuuld be forwarded to him III
Washington. Mr. Wilson will vote ns
n 1 ltlisuii uf Princeton, N. J. An no
application for 11 ballot wan re
iclvnd from Mr, Wilson, no con
Flileintlon was El en to her vntlm;
7'c.vt7 Girl Raises.
Vi;ilNON, Texas, Ocl. 21. Young
Ml Lorell Dobbins. 1 E-yenr-iild
daughter of a prominent farmer,
living nt Okliiunli.il, near here, takes
tho back seat for nobody when It
comes to "raisin" hogs." Him ex
hibited A -ISO. pound Poland China
porker at tho Wllhnrgcr county fulr.
which carried off first prize from 10
competitor, And, to make It morn
Interesting, the other enlrloH wero
all from old experienced farmer.
Russia Plans Great
MOtfCOW. Oct. 21, An nil Itus
slau Agricultural exposition for
next j'ear was launched here re
cently. Kpeei-be wero mado by
leader In tho departments Inter
ested, Including one by Jacowcncrt,
tho peasSnt, w.ho u head of the
department of agriculture Amer
ica was mentioned wlh "her Idle
tractors, which should be brought
to Htifsla s linplowed field." Tho
opening date I August ir, 1023
First Church of Christ
'lS Tt.'I.SA, OKiailOMA
AN "v.Ol'NCKH A 1'HHK LKCTt'UB ON CHItlHTIAN
of Portland, Orcgun
Members of tho Hoard of I'ttureshlp of tho Mother Church,
tho I'lrtt Chur h of Christ, Hclcjitiut, In lloettju. Mass.
-AT HIGH SCHOOL AUblTORIUM
Thursday, October 20, at 15 o'C'loi it p, in.
Till: PI'IIMO 1H COISDIAU.Y 1NV1TKD
Cosgrave Brought to Fire
As Irish Power by Death
Of Beloved Mike Collins
Hy tUMKI. O-CONNKI.J.
DfUMN. Oct. 21.- The death of
Michael 1,'olllnn line led to the die
"0Mry of a new power iimtdt tho
Irlnh people Had Michael Collin
lived he would have dominated the
Provisional government and v"uul
Milt Mb hael Collins ws killed nod
winiam consmve wa
helm of a
tho foregrmind. agflln.t
.. ,.ir.i .i ii.i,
hip that neemiil almost certain to
founder In hfnvy sea or cru wr
Nearly three months have passed
since Ceegraie took over the r ein of
tho Irish government nnd now hi
nnmo must be placed alongside thoe
of Collins, (Irltflth, Parmll, o'l.'on
hell and ,1 cor of other lenders. He
lias stepped Into the bresch and he
ha stemmed Ihe tide of rebellion
Cosgrnvn ban displayed cool, elern
Judgment. 1 1 U method have, not
been Hpectuciilar, hut they hui been
effective. Thi reUrlrig, ' thin nnd
tired man must go down as a Mfenl
litshlliiiii. He Iihh become 11 lenlsr
when It seemed that the Irish people
were lenderiess, and he has become
greni leader. It I true Mint nn
grave Is not yet out of the woods,
but It he continue as he Jinn com
menced ho must be recorded 11s one
of tho world great tnlenien.
Hurely no modern utatesiltati ha
faced greater difficulty than Cos
grave tho difficulty of ruling a na
tion and steering It tnwnrd progress
against almost overwhelming waves
ot Internal discord nnd dlvenslon.
Free) Ktaro Is Wry llusy.
Llfo Irt the Free fltntn army Isn't
nil glamor, brass buttons nnd gleam
ing guns. It's n life (it danger, for
no war wa ever beforn fought from
behind stono wall nnd hedges as the
Civil war Is being fought. Ir
regular srilpo from roof top nnd
from behind coiners. They flro one
shot and run; taking up 11 new pd
tion, they flro agnlii nnd change
their position. Homlis nro dropped
fioni root tops on passing armored
cars. It's 11 dariKerou llfo li the
Irish Free Htate army. No one can
say theso Irish enlillero are In the
war business for the money. A
brigadier general, drnws only 12T, a
week, nnd 11 private soldior about
fitly cents n day.
M.iliy New (Minors.
Tho proceeding of the Hall liavo
uncovered some new Irish orators,
and not the least of these Is licit-
einl Itlclinrd Mulcahy, commander-
in-chief of tho army and uccitoi'
to Michael rouins. .MUicnuy nas
uvalu anil again stirred the Hall by
his roasoncd and fervid debuting
he ha dropped all of the manners
of the circus or.itor and has given
the measure of himself publicly. His
calm. deliberate speeches hne
lacked the imp.iselnn of the usual
Irish oratory; fine rhetoric and
flowery phrase ho lin cast aside
Mulcnliy still mourns Michael Col
llns. and the mourning 11010 In lilt
speeches ha given hi plea an
ernest tone whlrli Iihh made them
most persuasive. Mulcahy has
shown himself nqt nlona a soldier
but n dalesman.
The Irreirtilar have laM Ihe
ghost of Casllegorn house Till I
historic Rent of thn Karl of Armiii
wa flreil by (be mhel and when It
"Old Ideas Renewed"
Intrndiii'lnc Their Own Orlulniil
Coley and Jaxon
"Tho JHiimicI nnd tho .Maid"
Hiiroitc's (ircntcsl Novclly
'Mother Ooosn t'i.tn.I)nto"
Assisted by Mamllo Sinlllt
"Tito .Million-Dollar AuUlc"
On tho Screen l'lrst-ltiin
"Me and My GirP
Pictures at (lillO, Uitltl p. 11).
millet I lie ,1:01), :.1tl, 0:15 p. ill.
binned down, n cordlnir to some
ultnenHex, 11 f'cinnu while form
Was eci 11 fl mIiok out of the Mnines
ami snmke I.Ike nil nmleni
inanom C.isttetfotf bouse bud tis
ghost ronni nnd many welid talee
were told by the shadowy white
female form fluting through the
apartments. Once nn IrretuUr
sentry repelled that he had fired
on Hi ghost. Now Ihe Udy ghost
has fled, going up In smoke as th
ancient caatln btirnsd down.
Ho iilcni S'paratisl.
Down on the sparse xnnds and
upon th cmgs of th Irish cot at
()ieytone a little group of ihlt
Irrn frolic and romp. Their shrill
voire can be heard nbov th
swlhlnR ot the Irish sen asjaliist the
tav rorks Happv little ilillilicn
these, they eeni to have no care.
A worn, wen 1 led and won led inothsr
watches over them. Them are the
wife and children of Knni.inii do
Vnler. The mother nnrrle nnd
vrarns, the children plav happily,
and the father leu. In a r igveil mil
tattered bund of flghiei .mewlicie
In Ihe bill of lieland. le.idtng III a
cause that seems to lie lost.
Cut Down Accidents
( IIICAtKi. Ill,, 0 ct. 21' In an
effort to further reduce th hnssnts
of iiutomnbllltig the Pennsylvania
in I Iron 1 1 Iihs promulgated these
rule for auto driver;
When approaching Hi rnltrosil
nnd before crossing thv trnclm
1. Slow down.
2. Hhlft lulu lower genr to pre
vent stalling on the tracks, "
R. Look in both directions.
P. Dqtt't try to beat 1 trnln over
a crossing stop It a train Is op
A. After a train has passed mnke
sum that mi other nro approaching
from either direction,
7. lie doubly (oreful nt night
and nn stratum roads.
The Pennsylvania point out Hint
III the last five year (i,n pernun
were killed and 3I.0AX Injured In
grade crossing nccliienl.
Traveling by Air Is
Novelty No Longer
LONDON - The novelty of travel
Ing by nlr has now worn off, c
cotdlng tn thn wuli'is nlr travel
cnntpanlc, mid passenger now not
only eat and read on the Journeys,
but even uleep
WANDA HAWltY, MILTON Slltl
ROQtrtf CAIH, IAC0UtllLOCl)l
.M l.ll SI It Out Itl .hi .
St-rrfii llnir- II HI, MM, J, iljjo,
n, (I 31, S, It. 30
You may not be
s upe rstitious
You nre eure to enjoy the
trouble that befalls those
I iA ST 'II M I h TO I IA
i - iU
! PERSIANS LOCATE
Pay Dirt Struck After i)
Years of Dredging in
MANILA Persian . nplialists rep
lesonled by M. M. lackey have
opened h gold mining project nt
Llsmgn, ftlrlmio, where they lisve
it Mm yrus dredge worklni nnd hv
obtained 700 ounce ot Iilh-grin1e
gol.l finm h sitmle run, this vnlit
being 1 1 1, 1I0S.
' It took them three jenr lo get
tho dredge to IMn-n port, illsnmntls
it, tratuport II by tnenn nt men
and cr hs.es 11 mile Inliml, ml It
up nnd t tt to work nn
ihe outcropping of in in 1 lit
vein This msltt vein has tint
vet been rencbed. bin promise Li
t etiiins. The out lay tn dale I wild
to l about moduli, wllh the pro.
pe. t of million for persistent cf
(oils Hgnlnst the Jungle. William
Uune, 1111 Ainu l an. Is Ihe dredge
tnnsler, Th chief of the division
of mine of thtf bureau of science.
Dr. Wiuren D Xmtth. my there are
tinny bmiaiisn nilnln proe is In
(he Philippine, but only lane cap
ital 111 overcome tho tropical on
dttlott and operate them siiccesslul
l. American prositet tors bae found
"pay dirt" and taken claim of cup
per anil gotil In many put Is of th''
Islands, ami l awaiting the (bit
when investor will 110 In with them
to develop their holdings Th"
I'eislnns whom Mr, Tin key repie
nent are wild to be vciy wealthy
They are. also nuqulilng coal mints
The government of Crecho-Hlovllda
Is financing nvhtlhm development In
that country and Ihe contlnuntlon of
aerial traiisporlatlon between Paris
nnd Pragiio. '
"IM MM DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL"
A UMIVIBIAL CMAPTCR rUAy
It ift a type picture thnt
will nppcni to every
member of the family.
Kiiffirlii Hill with Ills hrntcrv
mill Ituoitlctluti of friiutlt'i'
life protc lilnicf 11 hero to
111 11 11 y families ttho flml
IhciriMcltcn uncipct Ictlli In
the I0II1 of their hlooil
llilrsty Indian nclKlibors.
In Tito Pari
(Cotueily nnd f ilm I 'able)
Everybody Is Going to
Hnllowecn, Tuesday, October 3 1st
Fourth Annual Manli Gras
Iion't Miss (he Largest Ccldiration in the
A (hi) filled ttltlt fun, frolic nnd rctclry stints at N:llll In thn inorii
ItlK timl ends nt itildulKht.
teller llnhlcs ContcM
Huge I mil Ptirailo
World n ( liiuuploii'.lilp I torso.
Lnrxcst Pnrailc Htcr Ascnililctl
In ny city or Its Slo In
Historical I louts
I loral Parade
I ml UHt i In I Piiintlu
I'mnlt l.tirultn of N'ew I.uridin. low. World's Champion llorse-shce
Pit. het, will meet C. C T)ati of Columbus, Ohio, ttt llorssl Shoes
for the UeiM'n Chaioplonshlp at 9 a. m.
.MAMMOTH J'OHD PAHADI5
Hverybody within a radlu of 150
description. I urged to enter the
valuabbi ptlzns will b offered for all Krudff, condltluiw and ap
pearance of Tord cars,
sri'PHMiors davi.h.'Iit rnu:woiiiS
A spectacular stupendous exhibition of Pain's wqndsrful daylight
fireworks will follow the afternoon parade.
i:ni.!i wizAitn, jiahhv i;. iivphh
The world" fninous dealh-defylni; aerial tslzurd will ptrform In tho
afternoon and evenlni;.
Hvenlnfr display of Pain's fireworks.
iiitiMi Yorit .m.s(ji'i:hadi: sens with you
im n r.vi:HvnoDY iNvrn i rvntvririNis rnuu
Independence, Kansas, The World's Playground
Indian Newspaper Man
Urges America to Ban
Opium Traffic in C. S.
DKFI N(.'U. Ohio. O.t. :
veiely rrlllclslnsT the aetbui ,,
land In f'jrclnf lntoxleanv
Indian, when Ihe natlv IP :.1
Hflon dsmaiidi total b-M.
Tnrlna Pra MlnhA. nati e 1
newspaper mn, adtlrrssln
bsr of this Defiance llo'u
vole,! a ple.t for nld fiom
can in nn endeavor to st.m
th.- npliim traffic, which,
clures, I10MU a posltlvi nM. i
HInh wan a member of "I
root ' Johnson' party nf p1.1V
Ists which toured Indl aid
Ohio Turtle Believed
Half a Century Old
ATIIKNK. Ohio tt. t 1 I
lie tr 1 nn the inx.'i li Ion " II 1
has lieen bound on the Hew ' f 1 1
West of here It Is slnte.1 1.. ,. t r-t
tier that the nmn turtle 1 1 ' n
wntolerlng over this farm f. r i" ,irly
half a eiitut v.
, NI i: III Hie only flrsl-
class ilaiiclng pliico In
T11U11. U'e liiivr lis
tailed our licit soibi foiiuliilii
I tut only rial dance floor In
Itiini'liti etrrr 'I itewtit)., Wrtter.
ilnf, ItitirMtitt met iitttr
III", Sunlit ll.'.lnn
BURKE & ERVV1N
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