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a LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1922. PUBLISHED TWICE A WE1X VOLUME XXIII. No. 3. LOCAL RED CROSS SECRETARY is COUNTY SCHOOLS MEET IN 1MJC IMPORTANCE OF AUDITORIUM CANNOT BE OVERESTIMATED EVERY TIME PUBLIC GATHERING IS PLANNED A MEETING PLACE IS FIRST CONSIDERATION Mlfl DVD I IJUlAllNvj UDi LULL SPELL ASSISTING IN GIVING RELIEF LUBBOCK, SAT, MARCH 18 n- BIG AUDITORIUM WOULD BE THE SOLUTION One That Can B Ued for All Purpose u What it Needed at Thi Time With Seating Capacity of Not Lew than Two Thousand Five Hundred People. "There' where we need that au ditorium." That is the way every discussion of town growth and de velopment comes to sootier or later. There is . ldom question of any kind thul comes up that does not sooner or later come ln k to that limiting claiuo. Maybi' the nt na tion i to be remedied It in plain ly up to the folks of Lubbock. Summer meet mgs r' cimHnc on. The ( hautauoua will soon be here. Commcn. emeiit program nc" d dou ble any scatit g capaor, y we Lave in town. The farmers' Short Course in right on us. A plat e for the Senior nd Junior band to practice, for the Klka to stage n.msirel, the Legion to stage a thow, the Musi" and Dramatic Clubs to Mage a program, a I1'1 large enough to hold a Chamber of Cummer u ban quet of it entire membership, the Traveling Men' bnnuet, a joint meeting of the Rotary and Kiwanis r I iba with their f ni r.iU these ami dozens of other need rry forth the demand that I.ublmrk ft busy and put up an auditorium that will stuct at leant 3,U'u folki at one time. It will be UK'd an average .f three evenings a week throughout the year. More than t hat Luhbm k ray at least a third of the cost of nab a building ea. h year in leasing tents, building temporary tabernacles, hail rent and other way of puttii.g out money without any permanent re turns from it. A good sized tent for a two week mret.ng will eosl around $2'.0 and you have nothing when the time is over to show for your monev. The Chautauipia will deduct between 1 00 and $2'iei from their co-itract price where an audi torium In furnished. Such a build ing will last at leant eight years. Aren't we raying pretty high inter eat on ojr money through losses in thee various ways through not building such an auditorium? And yet one dollar per head in tbe rl'.y of Lubbock will build u h a building, mat it, light it. paint it, and eiv u a real place to live. Would a dollar a head for the town i m. If it cl..mM then e km Mil. wn . - - . ruineil already and just don't know' d m l snow lYsee' werej it. Flans are under w this matter to a head ami We atand. When the committee cail ram your hand down in your jeani and drug forth from to i I t't) ( and let'i ift t this thing in sii.e;.e for, the hrt Course the 2o;h of this j month. It can be done but to do It will be to break all exiting rev-; crds for t omnium!)' cooperation. I The buibiiMg, a propo-cd. wi'.l be , Hi) feet by 12.i fee'., mlh ample, light, venl out ioM and room to ha.'.dlc approximate y 'O0 f ,ks. It will, havee a 40 by 'Zl foot stage, with drea-in? r either aide, pP tuie bo a wireless installation in, s wuh rooni, etc. (ni Ji will have a moving , li for s:ie-ia'. occasions I receiving room lor the of equipment to make ' available wireless up from Dallas, programs picked I Chicago, Denver I and other pom's. Once or twice month it can be arranged to have a full program with music, addresses and sermons to which the public can be invited and in this way take ad vantage of the best that is to be had in the way of music, shaking and last minute report of important world events. The possibilities of such a builj Irg are limited only by the ambition of the city and county to do thing-, to exercise their individual abilities and rnjoy the delights of frequent community gatherings and soi i.d re lationship f .r their individual and the entire community good. It is planned to lAve the Presi dent, Chairman, Commander or what ever else bis title may be from ea h dub in the city to compo-e the Hoard of Directors in control of the completed building. For -xanipi. the Rotary ilub, the Kiwanis duhj the American Legion, the Pastors Association, the Lubbock County Singing Contention, and the other recognized civic clubs of the city and county will each detail their presiding officer to Fit upon this board, to assist in making our rules, regulations and granting permission fur the use of the auditorium and in this way avoid any conflict or mis-urdr-rtandings and at the fame time mke the building availabl t for the general public at all times. It is true that money is titrht that we ar all strained to meet var ious obliga,i'ins that it seems ths iust as soon s one thing is done another money. bobs un th.it tales mire All of that is granted. H it j hat of f, if '"" didn't expect to carry your end of the development cf the town wh didn't you move t some finished town where etne of these thinr remain to be d"re, here a rent hntjs can be less than hslf whst they can in I.tibNv c and where the only new people that eer come to town are bom ther and the death rate so nearly balance these arrivals that the pootJatinrt of the towns for the past sfry years read like a freckled f-ed boy stut tering Just a repetition of the same thing over and over again, nrer irettmf anywhere. Snh towns can be found but thank goodness not in West Texas. It ih even said that there is one town of 3,000 population in the Mute thnt does not have even one Land Agent in it, only one piece of property has ( hanged hand there in fifty years anil that was because an old man died and left it t- n mail in W est Texas v. no didn't like it (here and had to trade it for six bushels of potatoes and a spindl" legt'ed half-breed ea'.f. l.u'.bo. k has a'aiMed a s'a'ol nif thnt carries wiih it no li' l" buirn-tn-n. A f. liar that folks d m'l think much of don't have to d nur h "o live up to his rcpiitaiiop. II it if he builds a reputation i t being a good fighter, tree (IrllltT, g uit toner, calf rider, first b.-iiinan, or what not he must keep taKu g hi ihances of getting his neck hrol.cn or e'e I Hoe bis re;iui a' ooi. So ui'h I.'ibbo k we hme i n i j ! y no choice in the matter. The world knows t: as u town that does things so we Mmtily must dig down and T lit this thin-7 over-- iM-n f li'enk our re k-. -and bar.'; a . .-r'-i doing it. I'n with the Auditorium I't s Go. -and PACIFIC COAST PLAYER TO MANAGE LOCAL DIAMOND Rimer Cober, widely known base bail m.'tn, e-pecuilly of 'he Pacific Coast, has been signed up by the local West Texas League 'bird sucker. In all probability, Kays Mr. Morgan, president of the board of directors, Cober w ll be signed up as manager of the local diamond. Me comes to us with the highest of recommendations, both as a good clean hall plaver, and as a progres sive, forward looking cit en, and we feel that Lubbock is very fuirtu nnte in securing such men as Mr. tiber We are always glad to wel come them to our midst. In talking with him we can't help but feel en couraged ever the prospects of the loud team for the pennant this year, and we ih for them all the suc cess possible. p. , . - DlShOneSt 150 Betrayed by Voices Blind Man Says De i vcr. Col Mar. 1. I- y. voice honest? A straTieer stepped up t I men . 1- .lie Ki.1.1, a blind n m ml -r, sunny afternoon," he began, y i i i hange f .r a five s; .it T "It is a fin" afternoon ad lieve I have change for the I be- bi:i." replied Kidd He dove deep into his po- ket with hi left hand (the other is rut m ; at ine einowi ami orew forth four silver dollars and DM rents change returning it to if.e man togetner with a copy of a local pa per. "How do you know that was a $." bill I gave you?" queried the stranger. "It might have been a one spot." "It is what you said It was. Your voi-e is honest," Kidd replied. Kidd then rxpluincd hw blind rwrsons jvdge character, by intui tion and he con'inued that "they seldom are fooled." "The average di-honest person can cover un a dishonest heart but he can seldom hide it in the tone of his voice," Kidd delated. "Women make up the majority of dishoiic-t person and it i ! f-fi-nlt H tell it by their Voice," the b!ind philosopher continued. DALLAS MAN MAKFS HEADQUARTERS HERE O B. Thook, of Dallas, of tbe Shook Rubber Company, of that i lace, has come to I.'ibbo k to make his home, and will ha'-e hend me ters here, from where he will work the W'ct T' xai territory. Mr. Shook is a live wire and v.-e are indeed glad to have him added t the force that is golntr to make Luhhork the mot prominent city in t(,is se-tion. Mr. Fhof.k is going to have h's headd'iarters in the Lrbhork Ti'e a"d Vul'-anirirg offj e, where he v i'l be find to meet te people of Lnhbock. I'" it at ak an! on 'r-e job, and l!ndt-ftaf1 ), ti,e t tTr Jr. nes thoroorh'y, hsvirg been raeed in that business for many years. L-hWk is r'd ti welcome such ciiT'ns, and mav tcir coming here add gs-ea'ty to their welfare as to the city is our wish. R. V. CM ver, presdrt Kir-t Ns tien.l P"nV of Stamford, also eon neted wfh the Rryant-Lirk Co.. who have a chsin of stores through this section. ws a r'ssnt caller in the city reeentlv. in the interest of his hnsinesa. f was arcomnanied by Mers. Link ef Sour; Ttryant ef Stamford and Speck of Post. The recent cold snap doubled the i. . t .i.- i i ...... .t.. f the vxcoa oi tot: ioi in iinj.v, - American lied Cross, and the sec retary. Mis Muia Lllia, has been busy relieving distress in every sec tion tt our city. If it were possi ble for every person In the city to know exactly what the Red Cross does each (lav. there would Pe no trouble in the fall to raise a cient budget for this work. suffi- FoT examole : A two room house, or rather one 'r.o.-n ur.d chcd room, in a certain 1 m-i't.cin in Lubbock, houses a family 'of seven, the mother, father, and i ... . i i i . .u;..U five children, me oioei ui wmco I . II 1.1 . is nine years oiu, ana me jrounK- i two weeks old. Iliey ' meal live. cook and eat in ttie aneci room, eep and emeiwio. i ir tors in the other room, whicn ti.agnii'ic nt. unpapereil. frame huilil - ing. ai me cio't- iov irvo. time the secretary vi-ittol them, tne entire lainuy ui K't'cn were in bed sick. The h.ishind his been a steady worker in the city throughout .k- winter, and is a good, 1 ihoi t-r, but w ilh such a dcieiulaule large fam ily, u gnat de.cl ol sickness, and other udverse conditions, he has been unable to accumulate any great sur lus fro ii his labor. When sickness struck the whole family, of course his pay stopped, and without the Red Cro.-s .'tid the n-sistance of his neigh- f bor, there would have been actual suffering: but as it is, the Red Cross is furnishing groceries, coal, and as sst.rg the neighbors in caring for the sit-.iation, and an effort is being made to provide a nur -e. F.very day calls are made for clothing. Five Allen Brothers Held Livelv Post Evening- Alien Ilros. Post No. 14s, the American Legion, net in regular biisine-s session lat Thursday even ing. Af'er considerable g isin and the usual ex -hange of blood-curdling evperiett es preceding a meeting of this kind, we delved into the regular busine-s of the organization. A gen rral discussion followed, preceded by a debate on the ranse question, as follows: "Resolved that the United S'at.j should cancel all war debts con-tra.-ed by foreicn countries during the Great World War." Argument waxed hot on both ides, as there are men in the Le gion capable of handling questions ,.f tKi.i kiml nd have stud.ed ll"- qiifsf ion more or le -s, howev. r, thi-, was a very extemporaneous ir.s-j CU'OOII. The st.i'us of the Bonus bill was i d.s.ii--ei! at bni;;h and inon a te-1 vote beit.g Uketi it was found thai j f,u tier cent of the nu n r.rc-eni j wo-j'd i hoo-e the insu-nnce t i v of j the bonus over all of the oth. r f--ir j i lai. s cmb.n-d, incl udir.g -a ( lar.d settlvmctit. vocational training j and loan to purchase or improve i farm or town home. It nnpears th..t this bill will he pn-sed by this ses sion of cotigre-s ard in pa-t settle tin obligation that is already three years pa-t due. Hut the payment iif this adjusted compensation will not forever settle the matter as far as the Le gion is concerned. It v ill take a provision of congress where by in case another war is ever forced upon this country, that every citizen in the L'nited States will be conscripted for service upon the same basis, regardless of whether he carries a gun, serves in the Artil lery, Signal Corps, buibU ships, muses blankets, lis bonds, or runs a plow. When every man in the nation is conscripted upon a ba-is eonum-nstirate with his actual stand ing in the scheme of things t h n there will be no adjusted compcn i tioii bills or misunderstandings t come un af'er the war the profi teer will le practically d ne a.v y with, inflation of wages, prii es, ( . will be reduced to a minimum ar d war will not be so popular. CATHOLIC PRIEST AT SLATON IS TARRED, FEATHERED AND LEC TURED SAT. BY IRATE CITIZENS Information has come to this ri'y that Saturday rvrring at about a epiarter to nine n't lock, Cath 'ic (ricst Kelley, rf Sla'on, a t.nk-T c ha'ir" of l y a n'tmhr of l.ubbi k county citizens, ard taken to a place abntit a mile from town, wcre he was jriven a coat cf tar and fea h'-rs and .vti'r-! tipen the things that he had done to bring about this punihment, and riven till 11 "'0 o'cWk tbo folliwing day ti rs k his duds and remove himself from the comm"niy. PrieT KVllev it is stated s found living in adtiltrr. and ' JTiiltjr of ins'ittiecr lid1" of toe romtntmity and other thirto ur)e romirg to a ci'izen of Arrerv a. and it was for this thsH he was meted out this punishment. W understand that Kofley left Slaton immediately and vaa sera children were each one day given a pair of shoes this week by the Red Cross through donations upon it by the following firms: Mills Cash Store, K. Carter, Harrier Ilros, and A. H. Copley. One dry goods firm in town, do ing a large volume of business, re fused to donate even a cheap pair of shoes for the relief of these youngsters. The records chow thnt this I beral-minded and large-hearted man contributed one dollar to the Red Cross in the Fall, and considers h's obligation to the unfortunates of this city settled for one year, but thank goodness, Lubbock has com paratively few of tins disposition. . . c 1 a whole, the merchant" are ever ready to more than do their part whenever called upon by the Red f r(ms thp chamber of Commerce, or other worthy organisation. Ills unf,tunHte that a city is unabl to ! ( hiMiM, jt, ;t J7i-n -h i p. and more ...-lull v Its business men, as dors pnvite club. In addition to these five, other mer . . . : . . I I r. I e Hants oi tne city nave ie;i a m.imo nig statement with the Red Cross that whenever they ne-d anything in their line, for the Red Cross secretary to call upon them and they will as sist in meeting the need, and that is te s;iir t that justifies a man'a ex istence in the world, and entitles him to be called a ctizen of the city. An average of thirty visitors per d.iy has been reported for the mouth of February at the Ladies Re-t Root, operated by the Red Cro-s in the court houe. All of these things as ;..t m niakini? Lubbock a more de sirable place in which to live and do business. to American Legion Meeting Last Thursday Post Commander Resigned Post Commander, Curtis A. -Keen, on account of stringent and neces sary duties connected with his latest venture. "The Plains Magazine," tendered his formal resignation to the organisation as its head, which i",T considerable argument, was rVIu. tantly accepted. In losing Commander Keen as executive heaJ the legion loses one of its strong est supporters, from the executive taff, however, we do not lose Keen from the organization. The Legion was very fortunate, however, in se curing as his successor, O. D. Pill Sin, iter. Dr. W. K, Cravens, who is a ,very ardent Legion supporter, ami, J3..ri jn. Man h 2. M;nu'e., vvhi. h ! having had several montns experi- . fcaV(, jusl hl.vn piJi,js(.(J h(,rp o lence in the front line trenches, we , r, ,., w.,.r,.t invention of German feel that we could n-t secure a bet- i n(J Swjss nri,w,.r, j1S( ,lse that tht. tcr m;:n t carry on the great work , ,ri.H1.r, j,,nii,t,.d th. v fca-cl prohi- started by Commander Keen. bi;in would sweep Km.pe. I Ry unanimous vote it was decided' It was decided at the convention I to send the N"W Commander, Criv- j immediately to s. nd a i cpreseniative ens a:id Adjutant Single to the Di-jnf the Rrewers, Dr. Neumann, to the tri-t convention to he Held nt .-v rtiu- to be held riilo on Saturday. March 4th, a re- port of which will oe I'Cini! else where in this paper. We had with us as visitors, Capt. Watk'tns, field representative of the Salvation Army who is here in the inter.-, of the Stale Relief Fund, and Judge W. W. Campbell, local chairman of the Advisory Roard of the .same organization. Capt. Wat kins gave us a short outline of his work and what the Salvation Army is really doing. It is a great or ganization, doing a great work, and should have the hearty co-operation of the public when a call is made. After a real snappy toast from the new Commander from the Le gion Loving Cup, we were lead to the Manhatten Parlor A Cafe, where refreshments of sandwiches and cof fee were served. We had a good bunch of fellows out anil everybody enjoyed the meet ing, but we need better attendance. If yoi arc missing thee meetings, you are missing something worth while, ami we urge y .u to come nut to these meetings the first Thursday in each month. Get in ttie bunch and let's put things over in the proper way. Come we need you. to board the train at Lubbock Sun day afternoon, and start for parts unknown. It wi'l be remembered that Kelley was mixed up in several acts of disloyal'y to the American Govern ment during the recent war with Germany, and rattled considerable trouble along this line at different times. HOUSE VOTES SUM OF $94,000,000 TO VETS Washington, March S. Without a re-rd vote, the House today passed and sent to the Senate a bill appropriating approximately $10t, 600,000 to meet deficiencies of var ious Government departments. Tho largest iter carried in the me a ssi re la 19 4 ,000,000 for the Vet trans' Bureau. TEAMS FROM ALL LUBBOCK COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL BE ON HAND THAT DAY MANY PRIZES ARE The Merchants Offer Various Rewards for Winner in Many Con tests During This County Gathering of the School at This Place All School Out to Win Prue. Flu Pneumonia Is Taking Its Toll in The United States K..r several weeks, Klu has been raging in Kurope. One thousand death -i a week have occurred in Lon don from the Flu, and a similar number in Paris. F.xtra precautions have been tak en to prevent a recurrence of a Klu epidemic in this country by keeping in quarantine any passengers on in coming steamers, showing symp toms of the Klu, but precaution were unavailing. One thousand i ascs of flu a day are developing in New York City. The death rate in New York City in tine week j imped from 14'M to 1837. Just think of it. An increase of four hundred or .'!0 percent in one week over previous J'cnr deaths resulting i from flu and pntiemonia, yet this increase has not been (unfilled to New York City but is general throughout the l'nited States a shown by comparison of death rate for week ending February 4th, 1!)L'2, with same week of 11)21. Comparison showing how general is the increase in death rale for week ending February 4th, 1122: Against the same week in l'J2l: Flu and pneumonia constitute a real menace at the present time throughout every city in the L'nited States. The biggest increase in death rate since the flu epidemic of 1 'J 1 8 will be noted in New York alone. There is an increa: e of four hundred deaths or 30 percent against i last year. Brewers Fear Prohibition Will f-l 1 T ' SnrPlfl in r llrnnP1 ijUItdU III LUlUUC I i ( nitcii ."-fates to study the effects c f prohuut ion there an I to 'art a campaign in the new s;apc m of Fj ropc against prohibition of the u-ic of alcohol. The camiaign in the press would attempt . prove the tonic advantages of alcohol, espec ially with regard to the order. Dr. Kcury, president of the Swi s and Prohibition Asxoci.'tt inn, assert ed that it was nei essarv for the brewery interests of the world to unite in a campaign against the anti-saloon movement and particular'y to fight together ngainst the antag onists of beer. The newspaper ad vertisements, he added, must repre sent the view point of the users cf the beverages and not over estimate the benefit ial effects of alcohol, lest there should be a reaction against the brewing interests. Texas Lawmakers Will Vote With A Machine Hereafter! Austin. Texas. March 2 -When the Texas legislature next convenes the votes in the house of represen tatives will be counted so quickly that a considerable saving in ,;m, CIIIIIT and expense will result. Heretofore, it has taken about 20 minutes to take the count the votes ' in a roll call. The saving in time will amount to from five to ten minutes or more on each. A voting machine was ordered In stalled in a resolution passed at the second called session of the 37th legislature . . . i . . i turning a key on their desks. One hearing h.m. The cost vf briiigirj turn of the ley to the left regis-! l," speaker hero t snujll as eom ters a -yes" vote, two turns a "no" r""1 wijh the good whi h will bo and three turns, "present, not vot- 2-rived from bring rg him, ing." Each turn of the key fljshej a Pent on a large hoard ahove the speaker's s'ar.d. On this board i is I the name of earh member. If a "yes" vote in rast by a mem ber, a red light Hashes o"nite bis t ame: if a "no" vote, a Vine light, and a white l.ght for the "present, not voting" signal. At the srsp time tho Utter Y" or "N," whi. n- ever the vote ts sprn-s's cpnosite the name of the legislator the vote. casting ' I.andi is suggeeted as mayor of Oitcagn. Sine be will give a!! bis time to basebe'.l ho U q'talified. OFFERED TO WINNERS Hurrah! For Lubbock County Schools, March 18th, 1922. Coun ty Meet. A day off for pleasure ard prof it for your g and old in every s hool di-tri t in the coon'y. Come ea'ly to Lubbock on that morning o the High School and hear your boy or girl debate or "speechify.'' See him w rite, spi lling or an essay. 1 yoj can't be a booster, be a e?ood lis'etier. We need people pe-f rm ers. and :.!. tators, to make a "gi" of mos1 any'h'ng. So be on band enrlv. Watch for program and iliiei in later paper. After noon every body rioiair to the Friir Gro nda. What ibd you say? Oh! no. Don't take any money to the Fair Grounds. For on- e, vee want a whole day of free exhibition of children's activ i'ies in a'hletics and education. No har"e. p'ensf the boys and g'Ha by fi'liPtr all the vrvtce. Let's nmko this a stici es. Let evprv tea-her urge his pupils to a-k the home- folks to be present, both at the school buil'lirur rind the race track. Now a confidential word to tha teachers. If you have not made your entries yet, in some or all events, do o at once by mailing to me at Lut. bock. M;ir h first vaa the clay, but by nrf antrement, the time is extended. Relow is a li-t of premiums geiicmosly offered by ( it y nterch-ints. Tea. hers, pleasd read the li.-t to students. Insist on hard training, f r thereby wo v.in in any phase of life. To the students: Get a copy of J this lis, for I'll isue a password iron, win r-ui. ir lot- winner in en' n event, to receive his premium, pro vided he knows where to go to get his premium, and all you must do is learn who offers prizes and what for and locate your prize. Forward ! Boys' Debate Roys' Donate. l 7o Hov Candy. Manhattan: Girls' Debate, $1.50 Bo Candy, Ma'tin's Bakery. D dsmstiona. High Sr. R y, $1.J0 Tie. .Tone rr""-i " cr curl, noiiie i"iipi Water, Floyd B.-all: High Jr. By. General Ticket to Lind.ev Theatre; High Jr. Girl, General Ticket to Pros.; H'gh Sr Girl. Rottle Toilet I ire's v Theatre: Rural Sr. Roy. f LCO Tie. Oli-m's Family Shop; Rur al Sr. Girl, Jl (HI Rnx Chocolates, Theatre Confe -t ionery ; Rural Jr. Hoy, General Ticket to I.indsey; Rural Jr. Girl, Hose, Harriers; Fssav Clas.i A. H v Stationery, Lnh b.ik" Drug' F-kiv. Class Li. $1 00 Pri :io im, Texas Variety Store; F.'s i ay. W ard. $1.0.1 premium, K. Car- F-av. Ror.-il F.ver. l-aro I'. n. il. Gift Shoo: Spe'lir i ini. Lender; Socl Pen il. R. d Cro Sub. Jr., Sl.iii) Liros. T, Sr.. tl if) Prem itnir. Jr., Kversharp J Drug; Spelling. Premium, Hodge Junior Track TO Yard Dah, good hae ball, I ubhoek Variety Store: 100 Yard Dash, one meal, Minute Lunch ro-m; 440 relay, meals for 4 boys, Del monte Lunch! High Jump, belt, W. Thorpe; Broad Jump, 1 Gen. Theatre Ticket; Pull up, 1 Gen. Theatre Ticket. Class B. Tra-k 120 Hurdles High. Gen. Theatro Ti ket; D'O Yard Dash. 75c meal. De Luxe Cafe; .'0 Yard Dah, Belt, Moore Bros.; 440 Yard Dash; 22 Yard Pa-h. Moid. Flk Cafe; K8t Rr.n, p'c Gloves, Vullips and War ren: 1 Mile Run. Silk H .e, $1,00, L. K. Hunt el- Co.; I Mile Rday, Gen. Theatre Ti. l.e. I.ihd-ey; Proad i Jump, .'ti Tic, Mi'l's Drv Gonda, Co.: Hl.;h Jiiinn. Pc, ket Knife, Colo Myri k; 12 Shot l'-t, F tcntain Pen. Civ Drug Store: Dis-us throw. I Gen. Theatre Ti ket Pole-Vault. (ien. Theatre Ticket. V. M. Pevch. Director CeneraL j WELL KNOWj, JUVENILE JL-DCE MAY SPEAK HERE W. H. Grimm, of Guymon. Okla- Iti.iiwi, was he re Saturday work'ng in . . . , rne inieresi i me Keupain-norner I Ly. cum Bureau, and conferred with I officia's of the b al Kl'vanis Club I to bring Jodire Per. R. I.indey, I Juvenile J'idgo of Denver, Colora do, to Lubboi k ti s"-p.ik here. The matter will be discussed at i the next meeting of the hoard of j directors, and it i likely the speak I er will be brought here, as thcrw are manv Im al oeople interested in) itAs.i snu iLsniens POSTMASTERS NOMINATED Washington. March 2. Texs ros'rrtss'ers norriirat-d : G lden T. Thorrss, ChnrrTp: William T. Al len. l'swkir: Fsrl B. Tra.-y, Ji"r. ttn: Cary W. S ni'h, Kres; Rub K W. Riclirrr. Markham; Arthur G. Skinner. Palacr.- Jre R. Darts. rearsa'T; Jsmes I Noel, Tilot P" "t; in. ie ti"ieT, rroctor, and w n.io Culwell. liitman. Oklahoma p.e-i master nominated: 7.ack T. Prjrw, Msrcrim, and Jame S. Goodwin, itt rat ford.