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Freshman Class Entertained List Friday Evening Memhi rn ef the Frchmnn r 1 a - of thf l.uhh,., k High S. hoi.l. re ceived mm-h encouragement nt the first rntcr'ainmcnt of the term, giv en at the Communit y Auditorium Fridny evening. The High School nn hrtra was so effective in rendering pleasing num bers thjtt the expressions of approval from those in attendance were (rood to hear. Presley firiffin, a member of the Fre-hman rliw, had charge of the program, and under his management the entertainment wm made snappy. I) number being (riven in the prop, rr plare and time, which wax a fav REMEMBER, IT'S AT THI LYRIC MONDAY AND TUESDAY More than an hour of running laughter from Charle Ray, farmboy turned actor, in this story of a "ham" who meet lot of egg- it W ft . T I 4 I WEDNESDAY AND l V Jf !' '.V. fir -tf ?' sfc" LuLalJ Hoot CmBso- . "rv trt - m u-...i AUo "GUMPS, and "LARRY SEMON COMEDY' Do You Want the Then . Accept None But the Windmill Edipa thai any a W momma pump other power. A Eclipse To bml. I wimluull th.it will t tha ml r uninnii l investment for th punhaaer i the oijet kept in view iit conatruitutg tho L.CI V INDMILX- It i wife. ( My ihtt theia ai humlrnla of I I'UPMl WINDMII1.S now in acrviia that wria lnl.lle. over 1 1 or 10 yeaia ago. I hi Irnirtikal.le retoltl hU not been attained by atty other WiihIiiiiII, In tho .. 1 I I'M. ia ii.bo.lie.l all tttoaa itleaa for uirtking a wuulmill ilrong, tluiabU anj tllitiml. tohuh hava bean JavrlniaJ in 10 Jraal tpriirm in butltltntf wmJiiull. It -frl b mi1 that th t-tlipaa Will un p a Klalrr uallllly of walrr, for tha tingl Unit ff yaai, at tha Uaal peiia, of any wmliiiitl built, without nrplion. THE WESTERN WINDMILL COMPANY I 111 orably fea'ur of the entcrt ilnmcnt Mis Addle I Jill Poey gave I fi'ffl ii ill reading whirh delighted her hear ers, she hm taken mi'-h active part in all school n-t i vit iri for the pimt term that her name on the piogrnm in always an in etitive for her friend i to attend. Prof. Mnrr, with lypb "I athletic tit h ti "in -tin , discussed the advantages of "school athletics'1 from a practi , ill viewpoint, and declared that If the natrons of the si hool will give the bovs their support they will in turn stack up enviable records, which shall hnve their influence in making the Lubbock school known. lie is hopeful especially of the foot hall team, and helievea in the loy who are -pendinij a groat deal of time ami effort to excel in that port. Mi Margin Brashonrs, accom panied by Mis Dunn, gave a beau tiful nolo, which, followed hv a piano diet by Mr. Neal and Mt.'s f made the program an enjoyable one. The banquet wan then spread, and The South Plains Playhouse TRAVELAUGHS' THURSDAY Greatest Value for Your Money? water fur IrM money fur a nioie the delictum plate er vid ro of the willingness of the frrhmen to please tho In attendance. 'I he meetii'K closed by a b talk by I'rof. f.owrey, ihattkinir those in attendant e for their encourage ment, and assured them that the Freshmen class appreciated their a' tendance. LUBBOCK HIGH TAKES fIRST fROM RALI.S BY 34 TO II The l.ubhock H irh Si hool Football "quad mude a trip to our neighbor I ri ir cit.V. tiiills, Friday for the fir.st game of foot hull for the eiinn, and believe me, they opened the Kfimun with a hung. Kails wan administer- ed a M'vere heating by a .'M to 13 j score, and their "fluke" count was; Rotten purely from luck. j The local boys seemed to he able t to (fain whenever they took the mi tion, making many long runs from many different plays. At one time j they took a forward pans for a long pain, at another a Ionic gain from j the kirkofT, or nn intercepted f or-; ward pass, and even long runs were1 made on line plunge. The (fame j in detail: l.ubhock won toys. Receives kick.; Reece returns ten yards; Wooldridge ; :i(t vards on first play; Hensley 5i yards through line; fumble; Kail bull. Kails thrown for loss on first; down; thrown for loss on second down; Kails punts out of bounds;! I.uhboik's ball. Hawes makes ten vards through line; Hensley ' yards; W'ooldridge 2 yards; forward pass to Ater nets HO yards; Ater 2 yards; forward pass failed; Hensley yards throuirh line; firt down; for ward pass incomplete; fumble Halls ri vit-; RalK tried twice at line ard failed to train; forward pass failed', Kverton stars on thi e tack les; ball iroes over; Hensley '.''I yards nrouinl end; Moote replaces H.iwes a full: Hi nsley through line for JO yards; Wooldridtre 7 yards; Men .sley ttiroturh line for I y nil-; H-ri--l. y throuu'h line for toui hdowti. Ti v for otm- point ib-o'i ktik failed. I. oh ho. k ki'les off; Rails returned 10 yard ; l'n e yards on n V play; lire pl'ievre- nofain; litn- play, eo irain; ha'J ifii"s over; 11'Mwliy 10 yards Ihroin'h line; Moore 10 yards; Wool dridtre yards; p.s Wooldridtre to . r I ri yards; fumble; four yards to iro; Ralls recovers. N'ail replaces Hooker; Smith rei!ac Rcete; F. Moot "" reiiluces Ha'oe; I'rvor re. pines Kankir: Smi'h replaces Iloi--ley Ford pass f!l.d. Iupie re eovers ball on fumble. Lubbock penalised -r yards otfside Wool dtidife K yanls; Smi'h 10 yanls fir totii hdowii; Ater kn k-s drop kick for one point. Ralls ki k to I .ul bo. k; Wooldrii'tro rotures U yarl; Moore 2 y.ird-: Ater f.n's to at. h (iCM-.'ird pa-s; Moore fails to ifain; I i.b'iock punts; Ralls r.-tmn U yard-; I.onir repla es Woolilridt'e; Ralls fads to tr-nn; p ;i,t; Moore rctortis punt forty yard-: Moore 8 .-d-; S.i"h -I "v.i'.l-; A'.r 'bre- at. N ; Sunt h ' yards; ci It yards. M f..'l.o o, rtld inn, kf V' Moo V. line A'er dr..p I. Kails ki. k. field turns a a JO vards. Hatikins replaces Kver ; end run fails ; ; covered ; lu e i ton Pass iiu-omdete : bull fumbled and i plunire fail"; l.ubhock punt, made f U" tinkle, downs R ; ll'itoe lis man Mil bolt train; end of firt half--Ralls o. Lubbock l'V I.obho. k ki. ks; Ralls r turn JO yards; forward pass completed for .10 yards; Hensley makes fine taikle on fake end run; Ralls 10 yards; pass incomplete; pass completed for touch down; drop ku k for goal adds one point; Lubhix k receives; llen ley returns Ii yards; pass failed; Wooldridee fails to complete pass; ball grounded for less than 5 yards; Ralls recovers fumble and runs :iU yards for touchdown; Wooldndre tackles on goal line; Rail kicks oir; Long returns :i0 yards; llensl. y : yards; Wooldndge J yards; Smith gains X yards but la called back; both side otfside; Hensley failed at try at line; llonidey :0 yards on pans; Hensley H yards around end; greater numUr of yeata till At a, I. FAIR A. B. Why ? The 28th, 29th, and 30th are Fair Days and also the last three days we will be in this building. Our new house is all ready waiting for us, but first we are going to sell all of this big $75,000 stock we possibly can. Why ? Many of the Fair visitors will come miles and miles to visit the Greatest Fair ever held west of Dallas and we want to make their time and money do double duty. SOME OF OUR MANY BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING THRU FAIR DAYS Ladies Coat Suits. Fair Discount 10 percent Dresses Fair Discount 10 percent Coats, Fair Discount, 10 percent Corsets, Fair Discount 10 percent Shoes, Fair Discount 10 percent Men's Suits, Fair Discount 10 percent MANY OTHER THINGS NOT LISTED We Are Looking for You and Your Friends in Lubbock! A. The -m lb fails line pluntre; Hav.is J yards; Smith 5 yard; Moore ,s yards; fit t down and goal to make; Srti'th tbroiifh !:ne 4 yn'ds for touchdown; drop kick fails; Lubbock kicks off; Ralls returns urd: tv.o passes fail; Ralls punts but ball is blocked; end of 'trd (uarter. Ralls i:t, Lubbock -:2. Kverton replaces IHipre; Ater re place Smith; Rail ball firct down; Halls made L'O yards; N'ail replace Hooker; forward pass fails; Hensley' on the next play intercepted forward I pasa and runs ;0 yards f..r touch jdown; drop kick fails; Luhhm-k i j kirks; Ralls returns 10 yards; pass i i nets 2 yard; Hensley makes fine I tackle on this place; Ralls 2 yard: . through line; Ralls tackled for loss; i Ralls punted; Hawes returned pint1 ! ;lj yards; Hensley H yards through ' line; Lubbock penalized n virds olf- ule; forward pass to Hi nsley nets i la yards; Atr -t) yards on pass;, Hawes ." yanls through line; Wool- midge 8 yards; Hensley H yards;! Hensley 12 yards for touchdown; drop kuk failed; Kalis kicks; Ater returning 30 yards; Hensley 5 yards through line; Wooldridge .1 yards; j Center made bad pass; ball fumbled I and Ralls recovers; Ralls thrown for loss on first play; pasa failed: Rail attempts to punt; blocked; Long recovers; Hensley makes 4 yards; Ater '3 yards; Lubbock pn aLzed 5 yards for offside; forward pas to Long nets .r5 yards; pass to Hensley nets yards; Hawes ti yards through line; lUnsley 3 yards; pass intercepted; Long mukes good tackle; Lubbock penal zed ft yuids offside; Ralls completes pass for ;t.i yards; attempted pass fails. Time ! Score, Rslls Ki. I.i.bboik U. Ralls completes pas-e and other gams for 207 yanls. LubbiK k completes passes and other gains for "00 yards. CHIROPRACTOR BROUGHT INTO NATIONAL NOTICE Word ha been received by Muton T. Council, from th Chiropractor' Research Society of Chicago, that he ha been awarded an honorary degre of "Master of Chiropractic" by that society, making tha 1 2th such degrra in th United State. Thi degree was conferred upon him in appreciation of a lectura h delivered to the graduating class of the National Chiropractic Collegtf of that illy, duiing bis recent osl giadualt) woik thciM. Thl mitkea tha fourteenth deiee h ld by l'r. Couiuil in bis prof -t i.in. In lila post graduate woik duiing lb pat thro month he completed tha wmk in th rye, ear, lio anj throat dcpaitmciitt of tli ollcge, X-iay lnogi aplilc oik, l.s. tl in, and . amaided do runt i.( IV C. and I'. II of t Natloiial t'hiiopiailic Colli -f -i I hi. ago. ir. Couin il i ll loo a nut on ly til I ol bo, k and tha I'lams Hull of tha !!, but lliloualiout tb houtltl eiia vt ll Ua.li' I hli . li.lt in hi .f.ool. Hi oik Ho .mo. H h l.o.l.t lo.M Iota l'i."l'l 1 1 ouinne w, $11 DISCOUNT! AT- Conley, Jr.'s B. Conley, Phone 185 Store of Quality and Service" Miller's Grocery IS A BUSY PLACE But never too busy to give each and every customer attentive, personal, interested service. You can get your groceries, fruits, vegetable here and be pleased with every order. THE H. E. MILLER GROCERY PHONE 86 and 140 "The fastest growing grocery in Lubbock" INFORMATION CONCERNING WOMEN BUILDING EXHIBITS A uniform label will add to the nttrai tiveness of any exhibit. IS-n-nison labels, sizes 201 and 209 are most attractive for this uue, and tan he ptinhnsed at any drug store. Place the label one fourth inch from the bottom ef the jar on piuin side. On the bottom of the jar n strip 'ith exhibitor's rame and ad dress on same. Call at Chamber of Commerce for containers for butter and cottage cheese. An exhibitor in any department in th Woman' Building will be per mitted to remove their exhibit after six p. m., Maturuay, nepiemner ju EXECUTOR S NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lubbock. To thus Indebted to or holding claims against th ettata of R. H. Lowrey. deceased: Th undersigned having been duly appointed esecutor of the estate of K. 11 Lowrey, deceased, by th Comity Court of Lubbock County, Texas, on th 'J I st day of July, I during the regular term there, t.f, heieb" notify all person indebt ed to said rsLle to com for mi J to make rtUcin nt, and thoe hav ing t'.a.nu against the said estate tu pivMiit them to Mr. K. low rey or W, S. l'oy, wittiin the tun prt-Miibed by U. at their res idua, r in ll.bbuik, IbbtuHk Coun ty, 1'esa, hfie tliy toile their mad tittiia our hands tht UtU day of riupu-iubti. A. I, l i Mr. H Y lwi, H I I iy, W. M I'm), I tetuloit of 1'ie !! ef H II ii), deiveMiil, Jr. MUSIC STORE (East Side Square) Stringed Instruments. Strings and Supplies. Wind Instrument.. Reed for Clarinets and Saxo phones. 1'honograph Records. Popular Sung. Instruction Hook. 15c Edition Teaching Piece. Fine Violin Repairing. J. D. BOYD CALL TO SEE- Our Ruy,s, Linoleums aiul Window Shades just arrived. Texas Furniture Co. On Hroadway, next to Hunt'.s (Jrocery, h.. It W. A ma T'.