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Nvrrnn.w Amnivoov. o in;i:n zz, mm THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TV'IE2 M. 0. PLAYS AT PURDUE TODAY Gipp. Gold and Blue Star, to be in Contest With the Boilermakers. Coa'li FW;?? put rh finishin;-1 touch1.- to hu bbie and rrold miehin ! Friday wh-n h s-r,t thorn through a lUht itrnal rjiiil a., thdr final preprati..n fo, their battle with the bot'rnvi k r. !:orkn's m'n will entT th ut! m"- today ;tt Iyifayotto fvll of ".;." mi. I :',t;ht and to trive the Purdue men :i battb that will remain ficdi in th'ir minds for a lor.t? time. 'lip.. ): i.T '-'s st.tr hilf-hack will rirwl..! '': lu . ip for today'.-; raio. ,i- hi- 1 1 i 1 1 i i n i; much im-pr-d ;iipI it i. more thin likely that ),. v. r.int-j ' o-l. r'.ML'i v ii i p ' to i- ..: ; ' h iiii i !.- r .nly to tart th I? : .-'ill doubtful apt P.ahnn -.nil be in th" ;tm- although : C.ih.iii will ! in r,i :tt some -tat:. .,'.:; :i nl I '..t rrv n ri 1 - Mi hi- r'-'r'- h,ic !;!!!. 1 : i j'P-il ,is vft which man uii i in C.tpt. Hahan's ii" I: i!i.it:V ;i nc will Tu. I r,i;;rh Ro'knf is- . a; 1' t h.inif vith Tli. u ill roiiU I"MK Cli'l f hin 1 th.'pi. If . : r.i - I . 1 1 - a ii f I -; in d o wn -will IfMi Iy -how hr t !!: M ii hUan A'-r-A;;'- t-itt'lVred defeat of P ml ip'' mi'Ipt in ? i : 1 li 1 II'. ":' f i vi t" I 1-7. :iri'l - Ntr- I am l;t ii-. :,. - ()? f 1l!-T on a i :,. !!. If flu- ti'-ll H '.p.' .if i !; Ii t! il; irnme- i; i '! ..in' ' OM ). I . i i . 1 1 - tri' 1 1 -iiV'' ! . r i : i - i o' ..1 . 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W is on.-'in pla- hi .-1 . 1 1 at 'oliinhu. and No: thu -,. i i! h lii:!s low.i at Iowa ity in tlo iuiioilaiit l'.i-c T n tun- ÄtS. i i f intrr-r i-ont i s in th Clil .1 Co-Illinois .-alio, a- Illinois if vi' oi jo'js m it f. i:rth out -st of th .i-on u iil a strong olalni to io h.unpioushio. Iowa. Wisoon ' p ii, .1 hio Stat" already havo ..'i d.t.at.-.i '. Ilhiiois. which ha-i 1 iy-. i l.'tt.i t-'Hla!l than 'hioao ' i ." a Mm. oi ihw 1 rn i- th'" on! othr . P-at-T t ain. 1 i.-hiv' a n. .iff.'' showing rniaik : iinprov, tr.t t t'V.a" jt. play in - rhhar-'o u'.iin.'. will ;o into act-aaio.-t t lie .Mi' hitman A'-TrTics at V'.ti Arhor. Tti- undfffatPd i'hK'.TH naal r '. tram ill Hash with Minor aM ;.t Mintp-.'polis. ('amp Grant ill m.'t th" t"!.-!an.l Naal II .. !cs at t'ko l.nl. n'arnp Iodiro iM i-ppos" Nrhraska at IJnooln. I'nidi." an.i Not ro Patur wilt moot .! Tf.i: ott ard ppatiw and W'a- ;i h at I'r.i-A lorlsvil.. Volley Ball Tlir.x1 hard fouprht atnos of voUry lit wr playrd at tlit Y. M. . A. i nu'lit hy tip t'ams taptainod a Arthur Jon' and Ivay 1 i i r 1 of ' h' "C'ld Tirprs Iatw." apt. lotifs and hi tram taking two of 'h threo car.'o?. Th" sO'rp Py panics Ton" f.ird Tho "I 21 21 2 ! 1 ; 'J " landinsrs or t ho trams w. , , r, arc: lvt. . r r s lone Mird : Ülnior ." -'.h'iitr. ; Th" tux amr will Mondav. -tartitr; at a a . . pla votl o'clock. rryono ! a.-kd to enme and '. Ip so caiPa . CHINESE ONLY FOOD DEALER WHO IS NOT PROFITEER IN CITY i.tttlt: hock. Ark-.. Nov. :ri. .To ivonr, Chinese merchant, is tho j only food dealer in Arkansas Citv who i not a profit er. it I came ; nown tola. w:ien it was an nounced that for two days all store- -llir.K' food will Pe c!oe.l except that of Konr. Samuel William-:, state food administrator, said that all "Jt Ivri;' Pad been lOnvictfd of Pi uf.teerhv. Tlie stores to he closed molud" tho" of the iiiujor and t i . o'jp.ty food administrator. Arkati .tt Citv ha-s .i population of abvut '.0 0. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES it" Us- t lit I v - ' . -' ' ? Vt : - ; . . .irr y .' -- -1 ' f i' . t 1. Th followr-r- of th' F'itt!-''ur:-h el inachir.o to ui'liohl Up uraiVlVair. IioiuP-r iri.nl' ;m im axi.i 1 !y sti of (;'oria Tfa'h dutiip.: th" I'nitfal :J- :fc ;J: : EOVLING SCORES B Jc JC , I I ni:ic i. i.i; vol i.. PAWNS W Miil.T 17o IP". r i" lt.". 17a l.'.o I'i K a ?-1 i 1 1 2: Iii-': 1". IP". t S Mil!vr I.'i; '.7 i.".; -"T'l Iiif k- ai la.; P..' 17 ' Hiiii'li'.ip 171 171 171 T..t:iN '.:::: s.'; .'J P.II.I.S iPTDliir-lt 1 -". P? P" !- M'ilM 1J1 I.V. i Jll I'M I'..rs 17J 7 :, t.i' Ki.-s -I II". 1-'. lis Wrzin l:.' HI l.'l I I.i im! i' i 1.".7 1."7 1- T"t.iN vol !!.'. '.Ml -.,7 im H)i: i.i:.t.i i: m n. i Min.- p;: '2:i i.v .v;. j Nnj. i.waNki US ll 117 ::7:. ll.'.lnski l.;' i:;7 !. I rr-u.Ts r.t itj in p;j I S.;irr i:.i ir.'o hi r.iä ! IIanli iip l'.i l'.o pto .7o I j Total 1 ( m ; 1 f. l7'. 1 I AI.MA-- I : IMla 1-1 lis Phi -,.' 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T"t;d v.t .si -jt.J ri'.Hl.KTIoN- Kara-p 127 IM 1U .:7l '1 tvhia.in P2 1 1 1 : .' '.1 ip.rt 1 v. '. p.m i7'i :.- PorT-n'io'! 14ä l."7 IV". 417 1 C. Pill V. 17' 1't 7.2ä . H.ia.ll a? V. 1 V. T..f:iN P-'t PC. '.--. '277::, T.i vi:us spi:tai - i'i .11 b'7 Po HI 174; ;i.i I.v. P.s p;7 47 ClaTuri ll.-i I V I'1 1'-". r' . help. . . . t 1,;7 H P ' ! 1mts !7 1 in P.a , IP.n.l..-.ip P'l 1"! P'l i T..t-: ""i v.: ivöi mi:t vi. i'. rn:i:N WC, 122 l t'V .. Mit - l.e'.l 11 11 1' '' 1 U .-i.tna-irV. Po 127 1..s -22 IP h).;i:ist In.. ti" T' : 7 '. 1 ; s . 1 : ! . . i'i P' 117 PV". :.7 ll.iii li. ai 2 .'' 2t's C.2 ' Tet.d 7 '.,". '7s I'-'M ! m:sp;nin(; Kln-.tnirr 127 IIP 1.7 -:s.. A!terlt .il: Pittsburgh Has Strong Team i : ' ' . j : ' ' ' ' i I X XX... i: - .. .: '. ' ' X: ; . -, t, i X --s v ' ' - i i . 'A ....:.-;-: ' --. I --X XXr-r -X x:- Hi &i f:Jjz Kx skip" cicarcx-CTi a. t mArv - vpn this season nr relyint: on th wonderful hackfield of th. Warner ' ord of this conihination. (.'apt. McLaren. Easterday, McCracken and ti-ld romhination. Idtt is px pectt-d to meet thf undefeated clevenX Var Work campaign for 1170,000,000. ! S. B. HIGH MEETS HERE Local Squad Will Line Up Against Fast Eleven at Oliver Field Today. Thf South lit ml hiqh Pool j 1 1 1 1 w ill play the llnmniond hich ; si houl on tho Oliver field at L.'IO 1 look this afternoon. Coach Collmeyer put his men ; through a short signal practioo F-'ri- PiJiday and it is expected that our Poys j will make a crood showing. Sinc defeating; tho Klkhart hinh last Sat- -M'.Hurday tho local team has heen Riven somih s'.itT workouts. ('apt. lson's hip has thoroughly recovered from th iniuri's it rocHved at tP.e hands i or ill" ieniianu levon io wreK.s ;.i;o and it is epfctd tint he will "o even Potter than in last Satur da 's tramo. The lin.up-will prohahly start the same as last week, except that Stri' kler. the fast little quarter who played a hrilliant panic last Satur day, will pio'.ahly start the pame. The stadents will parade through the downtown streets previous to the frame. (;n!:.iz!ier 1P 27, 2 Kvla.ki 11:; i::j Pa; .l.nklni 1 11 P". 117 ll.itnll.-.tp ''.Vs iT.s "M ip: 771 Tot;K . .. 'd AvrT?x; I'a : laV pia P:l 'N' P I n. H.lo HI I"l,':iIl IP lPir.lv i::i II. in. Ii. :1p -JO'. T' t.iN r.vr in 11 y S. Ii .. IT.r 1-M (tt.r 1-7 M....ro P'. i..'i ii.'im : s iter I"" lPui.li.ap 101 Tr.f;ls MP Vnn rATTKHN- Sliaf.r 1-M Mow r 1-' Sea .11 Hi 1-" Sliinr.:iti 1P'. Sto.l.l.ir.l 111 ll.m-li'iip tip, Svs 'Jik" P't HI PI 1(1 I"-". w .d2 i.;: P'.i I.V". 101 1' '. VM PV, P17 1 U) 1. P-i 'jop 111 PV7 P.H ip 1. V2 4o5 pj; r27 t 101 j r.i t 1 1 ::ira .';'.7 111 1 ' 1Ö7 17'. 1 rv. '.-..: w pr. '.:'. Ill ! lie, P.'". 1.v. l".i 4r,i TmV. o: IP 22 TofuN V.". I'I.mW I'm IN IS A l-hi.la H'' 1.. w..hi.!a IP". a i ! W ' . ;. j. r . . . P'" ri...!.i IP'. Hiiii'li-Mp -"-'7 T.taN V. a K - Si at'i I-' Ki-::ai'N 1 ' Hirr P'l 1; ' V" pl(7.!.JlV P'"1 IPiti.ll.iT W T.aaN 1 rriM'HASiN; - 'iinai.-rni in 07 Tvla..kv Ii:: Frediruk H ""vr 14" rtn.lahl l.va Han'J-'.ap -'d HJ PM 1 lo 112 iv: YM r.7'. ip; VP 4 71 io'.: 124 IIP ir.i 1 -V IM w VM IT. P4 1? 11 Li .Nil 1: p 4 T. I . H7 IN sot l."s prj PVs lös 2d Svs -tt :;.l 7H) 177 C I.". :7'Ji T"t n' . ..." v'.s mir, FAVOR CONTINUANCE OF WAR LABOR BOARD WASHINGTON. Nov. CT.. Con tlnuation rf tl' board until the ditional war labor peace treaty has n signed i- hildy desirable. See-f'-tiry Vi!o:i h.ir- informed joint t'haliüi.n Willi. im H. Taft and i'r ink Walsh, in a Utter in ans 't to t!;.ir rtMjuest that th board '.iot.tl!i'i''d as so- :! as awards i' 1 ri mail in the labor '.ü-t-s ; -r.diT.-. "U'l;;!f .i :i i r! .i-:;r.' been de- rl.tr- 1.' S-c'v Wilon in Iiis Ut- t :. i.i tib- jtuldie today, we have not ! et rn h.-d the ati: of peace. iThat will Tiot reached until after ,,ij7 uu' i' -.kv iif.iu.'s hum: uecii iöil" 7 ' v V t 1 Kr. xf v--. 5 f W V r i ja t - l?FXi TT ' JUNIORS TRIMMED BY SENIOR CLASS ELEVEN The junior hiph school eleven went down to defeat yesterday after- I noon at the hands of more experl J enced senior eleven by the score of j IS to 0. The eeniors outplayed th? j juniors. Glueckert. Parage and i Lienhart were the mainstays of tha senior team, plowing through the junior lines for many yards. The lineui follows: ; Juniors. Srnlors. i Hollow ell Sitzenmeyer ! Riffht end. Tav lor Owen . . Hoffman Jackson Itig-ht tackle. Baumgartner Right guard. . . Leibow Kansbuger . . Scheyer . . Dribben Center, left guard. Left tackle. .Mucker Andru: Zent Left end. Haumgartner Glueckert Right halfback. Feldman Parage Fullback. j Scott. Capt FiengoM lft halfback. j Wahl Lienhart 1 Quarterback. ! Touchdowns Farage. Glueckert, Lienhart. Otricials Brewer, referee, alumni; timekeeper. Mellander; head lino man, Snyder, alumni. -i DEMOCRATS WILL NOT btuuivit mt rMi t ur OPPOSITION IN STATE INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 23. At the meeting of the democratic state committee and the democratic members of the legislature here this j afternoon a program for the coming 1 session ol tne legislature was out lined. The committee unanimously decided to keep the headquarter- open and to begin immediately the reorganization of the party for the 1?20 eampaign. The conference Teas held on Invi tation of Chairman Van Nuys. who presided.. It was agreed that the minority members in the coming session of the legislature will stand for all progressive legislation and j will not become "merely a party of "II ' .'ii s ioi .-ii, in troduced to carry out the party' platform pledges and the democrat" will oppose th republican program for centralization of appointive power in the hands of the governor. The conference also decided to rec ommend an amendment to the di rect primary law so that delegates will be elected by direct vote and all candidates named by delegate con- j entions. Changes in the regi.stra 4 2 j tion law a!f" will be recommended. .V.I ! POSTAL WILL CONTEST CONSOLIDATION PLAN NfTAV YOIIK. Nov. CS. Th- I'ofJtal TeleKrarh-Cabl Co.. will contest in court the government seizure of its roperties and pro posed consolidation of its land lines with those of the Western Union TeUixraph Co.. Clarence H. Mackey. president, announced tonight. He declared taking over the cables by the covernmerit was "contrary to the letter as well as the spirit of i the law." ' f.V TltIKi: AS IUOTlT. 1 TKUIU: HAUTK, Ind., ov. 23. j Orlicers of the Central labor union J of Vigro county today announced J that a peneral meetinc will "be held j ecember i to protest against car- ryir.c out the sentence against 1 Thomas Mooney. The organization j will appeal to the governor of Cali- Iornia to r.ait tne execution until a new hearinc can be had. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES THEATEKS at tiii: oRPirrrvM. Last performances ere riVPIl at 1 the Orpheum theater today of th j present vaudeville hill which fea j tures George Fverett, an entertainer;! from over there m patnotp song and parodies. The Aeroplane Girls. I VBtlUIII fllMlUMIltl H.II1I j "thriller." S'am Freis -niid companv ; in their latet offering. "The j Umon." Arnold and Taylor, up-to- i date songsters. and Harrah an I j Jacqueline complete th" bill. j Heginnlng tomorrow the new bill ! is headlined by Martha Hamilton i and company of comedian and the j Johnson-Deal Colored Revue. This i latter act was a recent feature of the t Nora Hayes show. Irving and Ward, presenting "Timely Topics," Lewis and White, two versatile girls, and Thi-'-sson's Pets, an (extraordinary animal act. rounds out the program. at tiii: CASTi.r:. An opportunity will be given pa trons of the Castle today to see the second official government war picture. "America's Answer." which brings from the other side its shin ing message of American aceom the original producers in the abilities ments of the Fnited Ftates govern ment since taking up- the tight against the Hun are truthfully de picted in this subject, which wan taken by the TT. R. signal corps by order of Gen. Pershing himself. Considerahle attention is devoted to showing the manner in which con tributions to the various war funds were used. Tomorrow, "Plajthir.gs," a power ful lesson that every parent should see. comes to the Castle screen with heautiful Frltzi Brunnette featured AT THF, OLIVKR. There will be two riotous perform ance today of the big French com edy with its many surprises an.i boughs. Beginning tomorrow mat inee the bill will be "Jt Pays to Ad vertise," originally produced by George M. Cohan, full of pep, run ning over with liveliness, up to tho minute in every detail. ' The play is calculated to satisfy the local thea tergoers of the versatility of the Williams Stock company. The clever comedy is of a rare order and tho financial consideration for the roy alty is said to be the largest ever paid by a stock company for the rights of production. It is only made possible in the confidence of the original priducers in the abilities of the Williams &tock company to produce the play in a manner that will not suffer by comparison wlh tho company which first gave it to the public. There will be a matineo .Sunday and Tuesday, with a final performance "Wednesday night. AT THE AUDITORIUM. The purchase of a New York newspaper by the German govern ment as the first of what was to be a chain of imperially owned publica tions, is the basis of the plot of "On the Jump," a timely patriotic com edy featuring George Walsh, and showing at the Auditorium today. This is the best George Walsh pic ture yet shown here. The star's athletic ekill enables him to perform all sorts of stunts and as a modern Paul Revere, riding a wild steed, h? sells more than $100,000.000 worth of Liberty bonds. He has been a reporter on a paper, which it later develops, was purchased by the Ger man government. lie exposes the Teuton plot for newspaper control, arrests the German master spy and destroys the fourttain head of the sabotage work. The Pathe News and a Montgom ery Flagg comedy are also on for today. "LAW OF THU NORTH" STIRRING CANADIAN DRAMA "The Law of the North," which has the locale of a trading pot in the far northwest. tars Charier Ray at the Lasalle today. The story pets entirely away from the "rube" char acters he has so often played in th? past and shows hixn as a spirited young trapper. Thero are manv thrillintr scenes including the heroic rescue of a young' Rirl, the lipht of a band of wolves and many inter esting adventures of the wild woods. Kay has a characte r that com polo admiration and is fibly assisted by pretty Doris Tee and a competent cast. The snow effects are suporb and the bleak Canadian wilderness V2w La Hello AmaerflC: HEAR THE French Armiy Band Gl - PIECES - 61 Wednesday Evening, Nov. 27 High School Auditorium ALL BATTLE-SCARRED HEROES ALL TALENTED MUSICIANS Led by M. GABRIEL PARES, who directed the "Garde Republicaine" band at the San Francisco Exposition. Reserved Seats $1.00 Now on sale at Herr's Book Store. General Admission 75c. Tickets on sale at the Oliver and JefTerson Hotels, Platner's Cigar Store, Miller's Book Store, Chamber of Commerce, High School and Red Cross Pharmacy, Mishawaka. a n nirneirnn nMi On account of the inclemency of the weather Wedncsc? we feel perfectly safe in bringing back tcxiay our popular favr: ite, Smiling GI 1ORGE WALSH i i ON THE. JUMP" A cracker-jack six-reel comedy-drama that is full of action from start to finish. PATHE NEWS of latest important cur rent event, and one of those pleasing James Montgomery Flagg comedies, "STOP YOUR FLIRTING" making this a fine matinee entertainment for ladies and children. MONDAY and TUESDAY (2 DAYS ONLY) The sensational life's history of the pride of America, GEN. JOHN J. PERSHING. We have never presented a more timely photo play than this one, "WHY AMERICA WILL WIN," in seven big exciting reels, which will prove the hit of the year, and it's a patriotic duty that every father, mother, sister, brother and sweetheart should se this William Fox masterful timely photodrama. It's the war drama cf all war dramas. Ladies, children and all who can are advised to come to the matinee, and others come very early or 9 o'clock show, but don't come at 8 o'clock. Nuf-Ced. is displayed in all Its stern magrni licence. Sunday: Mary Pickford In "Am nriJly of Clothesline Alley." GERMANS ARE STILL ACTIVE IN MEXICO WASHINGTON". Nov. 2 3. Ger man propagandists are still active in Mexico City and other ports of Mexico, official advice? received to day stated. German agents recently have caused to be printed In Mexican pa pers articles Intended beyond ques tion in the opinion of officials here to create dlMruet of the United States in Mexico. One of these ar ticles an received here, declare that humiliating demands are to be made b the United States on Prest Carranza and adds Carranza boldly will reject these demands and move his capital to a safe place. Another article tells of serious civic disturb ances in England and France. More recently, it is said an arti cle emanating from the same source insisted that the Germans had re-1 jeeted the armistice and that the German army and navy were vic torious in battles against the allies. niK hall or imi: Is regarded for human greatness in all that make life and its work better. The fame of one inanimate Is worthy of more than passing not. Take in a mineral called "RE- IJAXCE" Coal. O. II. DKniMvS. 315 S. Taylor st. Phones, Bell 279; Home S279. Advt. 9809-24 1 1 hr-w itsiffi l Bk. a u s(3mtb.sfc&m - - NOW PLAYING Official Allied War Re view George Everett fnndy and Holidays 3:00. K rentnga ":3o nd 9:00. Matinee Dally 2:30. An Entertainer from "Over There." Aeroplane Girls Sensational Aerial Novelty. "The Lemon" Sam Frois & Co. Arnold Sc Taylor Put Out." Harrah & Jacqueline Unusual Skater. SUNDAY Martha Hamilton Sc Co. And Diur Other Aet FFSiece a9 in mmmmmriy ' 1 sir " 1 mm mm im .. rbW ft ALWAYS A NEW TODAY That likable Screen Hero CHARLES RAY "THE LAW OF THE NORTH" The scene is the great Cana dian wilds and the theme the primitive passions of man. A struggle between love and duty dominates the action. You'll like this subject and you'll like Mr. Ray as the French Canadian. TOMORROW "America's Sweetheart" MARY PICKFORD "AMARILLY OF CLOTHESLINE ALLEY" This is by far the most hu morous story that Little Mary has done for a long time. Imagine her, if you can, as a dirty-faced scrub-girl and wit) a bartender sweetheart. Some combination, we'll say. TODAY The Second Official War Film is presented by the United States Government "AMERICA'S ANSWER" Its actors are the stalwart sons of America; its theme the story of their daily lives. TOMORROW MARGARITA FISCHER in Ed. Will iams PRESENTS THE uuu LAW The play that everybody is talking about. ALSO A COMPLETE VAUDEVILLE SHOW IF YOU Can 't Laugh MJ GET YOUR SEATS NOW! fTj,iTT. :- .i - - . i EXTRAORDINARY STARTING TOMORROW MATINEE GEORGE M. COHAN'S GREAT PLAY IT PAYS TO New York and other cities You get it here at Art Materials, inctur? hYamln-;. THE I. W. LOWER DECO RATING COMPANY, South IVrnd. Indiana. Wall Paper. DnanerlM. Paint Strprllrn. - i union shoe co. 233 S. MkWsron 3t . .... tft w ! ; 11 j ii 1 n I T7TX-UAM rT5. yrrmJ' GEORGE VALSH I! PICTURE EVERY DAY Von have cfn Crmrle Hay mam times th bashful oountry ! trj-ni: to nit loo from hl. irroth4T' pron strings. In today's plrtur li has a role that is cntirvly dlftVn nt. Thftt of a rmmli iruui of Uo north fighting for the linpnin of tho ti lori. Tf 3 on rnjo) tanhlur, don't tail to -o Mary IMrkf orl latent, ti-r toniormw. This Is a dandy picture vith thl ruto and vivacious comod lenne a a scrub-girl who fall In loo with a rnillionatro anil turn down her bartender feetlirart. We hooked fratun's for our next ueek. a fin lit of ntertalnnvenl Takt Iou,Iaj IairbanUs. a aiir) little ennary. a feu automobil, half it doen sfuae mile? of onfry, a hunch of human hoings. U well and then let the -mvary trot ntra. T1h-h are the latii-pntoklnff in-rrc-dienls of "Ilf ConK-s l"p Smil iii." Monda's pirtuiv. ü ü "MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING TWICE UW TODAY Stock Company BIG SURPRISE PLAY n I! .3 i3 i . . -jr. V V- v,.'. j 7 . ? v i - v.-! - i iKzxyx, TUM on t Come i si t ADVERTISE" 1 I! paid $2.00 to see this play. i 11 Small Popular Prices. CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. Safety Depoiit Bozea $1.50 per year. j I t0rZ0? GOOD CLDTH !lIB cjzrcr.i tizz ' 1 n r1 cL. 1 1 t 4 I ( 1 L 1 i 4 i La.