Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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fltJLSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY OCTOBER 1 1917
TRIUMPH IN WAR ON
Admiralty Recites Thrilling:
Incidents of Sinking of
. Sea Raiders.
LONDON Sept. 20. Another series
of thrilling report of reornt nnvnl ac-
tion affalnst German submarines Il-
lustrative of tho innnnT In which the
U-bont I being nirt wus given out to-
nlKht by tho admiralty. Tho figures
arc offli-lal and authenticated but no
dates are Klvcn.
The statement begins by reciting
how a torpedo gunboat hIkIiIciI a peri-
scope six hundred yanlH away and
turned ship an that tho periscope wan
traveling In the opposite direction to
that In which It wan flrat aeon. When
At a distance of fifty yard tho perl-
scope dlwippenred and tho gunlioat
nltnring It course passed over the
aubniarlne. The Impact of the rol-
llHlon waa frit and when the captain
Istlnuited that the aubmarlnn was tin-
kler the nfter part of hla ahlp ex-
plosive charges were dropped astern.
A sonplane reported patchea of nil
on the BUtfaro and a mine-sweeper
found an obstruction on thn liultiim
at thl point
Itevcngi Toriiedoed Mmiin-r.
A torpedo boat traveling In thu At-
lantic found a (learner torpedoed uud
sinking. The aurvlvora were rescued
Mid tho torpedo boat circled about the
locality for more than an hour. Final-
ly a white patch of water waa acen
The torpedo boat dahed over the
pot grazed tho aiibtnarlno and
dropped three aubmarlne bomb. (Ml
and air bubble recking: of giisollno
ramo to the surface and thn mine-
sweeper found nnothor obKtructlnn
Tho next encounter described In tho
statement win that of a aubmiirlne
against a nuhmnrlne. A llrltlwh l'-
boat sighted a German aiilunnrine
while both were on tho hiii fare.
Tho llritishcr dived and later
picked up the enemy thru the peri-
scope. A torpedo fired at NUO yard
caiiHed a violent explolon In the Ger-
Mown Thru Conning Tower.
When the llrltlah aubmarlnn arrived
thoy found a patch of oil in which
(lerman were swimming. They ald
they had been blown out thru the ron-
nlriK tower and that their craft had
been hit amidships overturned and
A atory ehnraoterlMtle of the mine-
sweeper' spirit la next recited. A flo-
tilla of awuepcra waa etiKaKcd in weal-
em channel wutei when an exploalon
occurred between a pair of them the
tho wire net pal ling. When the sweep-
Iiik wire waa pulled In. two mine
were found entangled one on thu
This fire-proof hospital is
ppreciated and the X-Ray
and other up-to-date facili-
ties are open to a discrimi-
nating profession and pub-
lic. Dr. Fred S. Clinton Pres.
Miss II. C. C. Ziegeler R. N.
West Ninth and Jackson
UUSINh'SS CARDS '
Etrliauge New for Old
I and 16 Went necond
Headquarter for Kryptok lnaee
New location. 10 West Third
C O. Wlntrrrtiigor Nurse llrgUtrr
Gay W. alcCullongb
Mowbray Undertaking Co.
Fifth and Boston
TUE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 South Clieucnni
ChUdrrn Cared for During Working
or bhopplng Hours.
W. J. GREGG J. L. MARTIN
Kwiins 14-15-10 First National
STANLEY & M'CUNE
"' ' New Ijoratlnn
.1 416 South Boulder
Wilson-Mac Taggart &
Wilson Furniture Co.
Easy Terms Low Prices
EAST SECOND STRUCT
ship's aide and the other Just under
The slightest roll of the ihlp strik-
ing the mine's "whiskers'" would have
been sufficient to set otf the charge.
The officer In churge being; respon-
nlble for tho live of tho crew ex-
pected them to abandon the ship.
Irfiter a second officer with volunteers
rehoarded the mlno-awoeper and cool-
ly cut tho who. The mlnea fell Into
the sea without exploding.
PROMINENT CHICAGOANS ARE
IMPLICATED IN I. W. W. PLOTS
Anion to IUt llrouglit Against Kiih-
M't; Haywood anil Companion
l ull to Make Ilall.
Chicago Sept. 30. Wllilhm P.
Ilnvwood und either lenders of the
I. W W. Indicted Inst Friday are apt 1 11
held by thn federal aiithorltlca III de-
fault of ball. The hall of Haywood Is
110000. What further hitchIs were
contemplated by thn authorltle were
kept secret today.
(light of the members from this
city and other localities In which
there have been large number fol-
lowed the returning of tho Indict-
ment lat Friday.
one of thn surprising developments
in the grand Jury luveilgatlnn ha
beiii that ninny wealthy and Influ-
ential pei boiih have been brought Into
sympathy with the 1. W. W. An of-
ficial cxprcxHfd tho theory that pres-
sure hud been brought to bear In
case of this kind. It I suld In somo
cases action would bo brought against
these priiinlnent persons on charges of
ATTEMPT MADE TO WRECK i
MACHINERY OF TRANSPORT
Wrench lropM(l Inlu Steering t.citr;
lilU'mcnil ilcfore Too Ijtle;
AN ATLANTIC 1'illlT Kept. 30.
Tho attempt to wreck the machinery
of a I'nlled .State transport was dis-
covered when ttio engines of the ahlp
which baa bum mulct going alteration
weio Htartcd for a trial according to
tho commander which caused thn ur-
rvst of ono of thu ship's marine
ponding an Invchligation. A large
wicnch had been iliopped Into the
ateerliig gear of the ship according
to thi couiniuiin'iitioii. but the power
vuis shut lieforu uuy iIuiuiiko wa done.
1 bo macblnlHt who I tidily helil for
federal iiuthoritieH. dedans ho 1 a
native of iiunuiark.
WOMAN UNDER INDICTMENT
FOUND DEAD OF CHLOROFORM
Coroner Dtvlnrcs Heath t'lilnlcnlinnai.
Krug Taken by .Margaret liiicliiiiMiii
tn Relievo Headache.
TKMl'LI'I Texas Wept. 30. Mm.
Margaret lliichanaii under Indictment
In connection with tho A. It. Crouch
Drain company failure hero Ksnny
two years ago which resulted in the
Iohm of over $ 1 50.000 by bankH anil
K I ain concerns over the stute wa
found deud In her room jit a local
hotel this morning. It was stated by
Jiihtice of the l'eaco Humphries ..!
he held uu IniiueMt over the body that
seemingly Mr. Iluchunan hud begun
Inhaling chloroform to relieve a head.
n he later fell asleep and died from
The charges against Mrs. Iluchannn
wire not to come up fur several
iYnni'O ItiNniisKloiis Milppliur.
f'AUIH. Sept. 30. President 1'oln-
caro at yenterdiiy's cntilnet meeting
nlgned a decree providing for tho re-iliilfitlonli-.g
of cargo ucconimodiitlou
on all vessels French allied and neu.
trul for tho service of the gov-
ernment. United Mine Workers have a mem-
bership of almost S60.00O In 2823
WOMAN NOW IN
What Came From Reading
a Pinkhem Adver-
tisement raterson N. J. "I thank you for
the Lydia E. I'inkham remedies as they
have made trie well
and healthy. Some-
lime) ago I felt BO
run down had pains
in my back and sido
tired nervous had
such bad dreams
did not feel like cat
ing and had short
breath. I read your
tho newspapers and
decided to try a bottle of Lydia E. rink-
ham s Vegetable Compound. It worked
from the first bottle so I took a second
and a third also a bottle of Lydia E.
P!nkhama Blood Purifier and now I am
Just as well as any other woman. I ad-
vise every woman single or married
who Is troubled with any of the afore-
said ailments to try your wonderful
Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier
and I am sure they will help her to get
rid of her troubles as they did me."
Mrs. Elsie J. Van der Sande S6 No.
York St Paterson N. J.
Write the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential) Lynn Mass If you
need special advice.
N. L e MUTMINtTM IIMUT IMUAI Cin ML
A Man's Drink That
I. W. W.'s Arrested.
MOW OKK. Sept. 30. Four lend
or of the I. V W. who have been
active in the rust were arrested here
early this morning on warrants Is-
sued hi Chicago under the blanket in-
dictment again.it ltitl member of the
oi Kim lnl ion. Those taken Into cus-
tody Included Klinahcth tlorly Flynn
who was conspicuous In the J'uterson
silk mill strike In 1914.
Taste Uk A
Tom Clrla UU0 It Tool
TUB YOUNG LADY
ACROSS TUE WAY
MtL.i JJi oil
The young lady arroHS the way
snys she saw In the paper thut the
government had fixed the price on
spring wheat and so nhe suppose we
shall have to wait for lower prices
until spring comes.
The Daily Horoscope
(Copyright 1917. by tha MrClure News-
paper Hyndieate. )
"The stars Incline but do not
Monday. October 1 1017.
Thin U.sn untiiually fortunate day.
rnrrttiis; to Ihft rending of he ilan fur Mars
Jupffttr Hftlurn nl L riiiim lire all in brtivfic
It Ik prv-mntntntly a ruli nndtr which tn
mak lnritfl plana financial political and
Thn rule limaa the need of great con-
MructiYB ililllty and fiulirHt tliu riice to
fa mo of two mrn now unknown through a
iiallonat tNiftMiry that appears to be a su-
Mure fcrrrlimlf :w rcrofnh Ion vprai and
hrnt-fitd f tr out noldicrt who will affect Ku
ropp "by ways of praco" more than by dreda
of ronfiit't in the nrxt two mntit ha( the Brers
defiant. Thla ia inlfrpreled to menu that
Amerlran iilr)f and malum will make a
litMitijr linpiennion ahrond.
''ht-re ia a xitE'1 helieved to forenhadow
turi'fKN Ihru new invciilioua that are to ie
exploited ni the begin miitf of the urw yoar.
1 rnnua tttrain jrlve promiae of mi'-eHa fur
thou who fitndy miiilt auljerta and invent!
Itate pMvl'if laws and will he particularly
fining In Influence at W'aihinfton. 1). C
where im-n hitch In the eoverninr lit will hear
prop'ifi tea concery iu them Helves.
'I his should he a f iivurnlile sway under
which to buy nml svll. It Is stippnaed to be
niOHt btnfnil for romineiTe and maim fan-
t ii .
'l'h in mi nth wiU show trains In the pub-
lic revenue It is prophemied but expetidi-
t'ties will tintlnne t tiicreane in unexpected
chsniKla the heera declare.
Thentera should find the next few. we'ka
a tune of harvent and managers should pre-
pnre ii: day a of futncHN for the Icitti period
Ili.if ik Iiit'Maito late in the Reason.
Many aei'HKtiona have been proa:nol tea ted
for t Ii: week when the Mars pronii ea-
rileiiient in wti'ioi. ritiea of the country.
rerkoiit vlmvii hirtlidal it ia ahould h-
ware vt r.ctiiht'l In btuineaa they are
likely (o huNe a ptoporotiB and successful
I'liiiilr-n born on thin dny must he car"
fnl f fir m of injuries to the Inrk.
'I hemi rul'jrctH of hihra are usually very fur-
t mili l in life
PAY SCALE IN ARMY AND
NAVY OF BRITON ADVANCED
AllowaiuvM fur TniiiniU's Still fur o-
lmv Snlriis of Aiiii'i lcan una
Cllllllllnl I'luli tTM.
IONIKi.V Hi-pt. SO. The cn.niiet
Iwis lucreustul the army ami nnvy pay
ultlin the InireiiHrs aro small cum-
Pured with the American nml colonial
stiuulanN. rrofh-tency pay at tho rnto
of from throe to six pt'iife a lay will
he piiyulile uftor six months service In-
sleml of two years ns utulcr the pres-
ent army rule. There also Is an In-
crease u4 a penny a day for each year
of war survlire. The present "com-
pulsory allotment of six pence dally
for privates and ten pence for ser-
Ktsnts Is abolished.
The navy Increnso Is about the annie
rate of pay and the allowances to the
nimy and navy now amount to 1225-
000.000 yearly. The Increase Involves
$00 000 00 yearly.
Tclcttraplicrs Win Strlkn.
TORONTO. Sept. 30. After a
week's strike the Great Northwestern
TeltHrraph company has agreed to the
demand of Its employes for nil In-
crease In wattes and the troulilo Is ex-
pected to end Monday morning-. It
Was direct Kovernment pressure
which brought about the ncceptiuMre.
VIcIhicIIh' Itcnllh !Nor.
AMSTKUliAM. .Sept. 30. A Berlin
telegram to the Kennlshe Falllsh Y.e-
tun of Essen says that the state of
health if the German chancellor Pr.
Mlihnclts "leaves very much to bn
A pretty scene!
Tho fair l.ixette
Cocks up fnorilne
Jn a kitchenette.
K. C. Journal.
Cured a "Grouch"
By Internal Baths
Mr Joseph A. Writ wrllpi Qr. Chii. A.
Tyrr!1. o( Nkw York followi: .
"On Ihn ISIh of J"n. 1HIS I pnrrhsafd
'J. B L. fWiUlr ' Th rpaulti It haa pro-
Jiirnt are aim p I v inarvrloua. Kor 'JO yesra 1
uU rathartira but hv uacd nothlnr but
tha Oaarada for ilinoat a month. 1 t?A Ilka
a new man; I ssnl to ba plpaaant to every-
body. Before I naed the Caai-ade I waa a
iroiirk. Did not likt aaybody and could not
be ulfaiAnl "
If you bath Internally with the "J. B.
L. Csarade" you will find yonraelf always
bright confident and capanle. Poteonoue
mtt in the lower liitratino makea ua bilioua
blue dull and nervona. Internal balha are Na-
ture's own cure for fonalipatlon juat antl-
aepilo warm water properly applied. Drure
(orre Nature Ihe "3. B. h. Caarade" gently
Ii ia brodueed or Chaa. A TyrrelL M. P..
of New York who haa api'cia'lied on Internal
Balhlnr for Is yara. and will be ahown and
eiplalned to you by Hot R. fletmaa drug-
flat. Tula tula. who will alao be glad to
lire you free on request an bilereattng book-
let called "Why Man of Today la Only ftO
Tar Cent FffUient" whlrh eovera the sub-
ject In a very thorough war.
Clip thla onl ae a reminder .and aak for
Ihe booklet the flrat time you are la tha
Won't Hurt Your DoyX
Tastes Lilt A
GRACEY TO INAUGURATE
HARD DRILLS TODAY
High School Coach Has Only
Four Days to Prepare for
Season's First Game.
After two full weeks of practice
consisting- mostly of rudlmemu)
work the Tulsa high school grid squad
will start heavy scrlmmagelng this
afternoon In preparation for the open-
ing game of their schedule with Una-
tow high- next Friday at Association
park. Couch Gracey has been nu
giving a number of plays consisting
of all varieties of play during the
pnst week and with the commenco
ment of practice today thoro drill In
ojder that the team will be complete
master before the kick-off Friday
will be enforced by the mentor.
Altho l 'upturn Hopping and the finH
are certain of victory over the rns-
tow boys a hard game Is expected and
no opportunity will be lost In the next
few days to condition for the affair.
I-UHt year the all-victorious Tulsa hish
team made a score of SI to 0 agum-K
Hrlstow. Many think Gracey has
formed as good a team If not a better
one to start this season..
According to reports not a ma.i o
last year's squad was lost by Bris-
tow and her strength on the gridiron
Is probably greatly Increased so a
hard-fought gnme Is probablo. AH
good men have replaced the eight lo-
cal high veterans who failed to re1
turn this year and for this reason
no one looks for a defeat to mar the
record by Hrlstow even tho they ars
cc nsMered stronger.
The ones that have been picked for
the first string and the substitutes
from the squad that has been practic-
ing Includes the following players:
Jnke Hoop Frank Wood ends; row
Strut Adelbert Carter tackles; Glenn
IMxon I'aul Groshart guards; Henry
Zollar renter; Myron McWl.Mams.
quarterback; Norrls Hopping (cap-
tain) right-half; Allen Kramer ieiv-
half; Charles shurtleff and Krnier-
TENPIN TEAMS WILL
BE WELL BALANCED
Players May Be Juggled
Around if Any Quintet
Shows Unbeatable Power.
There will be no runaway race In
the Arcade bowling league this season
that has been decided upon defi-
nitely by the board of directors which
has determined to see that the field
Is well balanced before It gets away
from the barrier. It Is to weigh the
various candidates that the opening
of the schedule originally flsaaneil for
tonight has been set back ona week
but It Is expected that the personnel
of the various teams will be an-
nounced after tonight's meeting.
Never has there been such a wealth
ot good material In Tulsa; the quan-
tity and quality Is here to fill up more
than six teams which can deliver a
league average of more than 170 and
the directors are determined that they
shall be divided so as to Insure thrill-
ing matches and a thrilling race.
Among tho better bowlers who have
signified their desire to participate In
the league's playing this season are
Middaugh. Dorn l'llcher Riley Mc-
Kerran Friend Harrison Hance-
Fornes Hryan Stewart Borgwald
Morey Welnlcke. Hpellman. Harman
Hubbard Hammond Gillette Ewlng
Gregory Itrown IjiiCorn McGaff
Abbot Syncan Nichols Laws Plgg
Trembly Dye Illshop Hardman
Kent McCoy Mcl'hee Martin Falr-
hurst II. 8. Stewart Urecklnrldge
OKLAHOMA WEDDING PARTY
IN FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
Joint Wiuldclow of l'llcher Seriously
Injured and Itrtilc Killed When
Car Turns Turtle
riTTSBURG. Sept SO. Mrs. Ida
addclow a bride of five houts ui
Mountain View Mo. waa Instantly
killed her husband John Waddclow
of I'itcher Okla. seriously injured
his sister Georgia W'addelow prob
ably fiitnllv injured and AlOert War
ren of this city was Injured when the
motor-car In which the bridal party
were riding on the military road turn
ed turtlo south of here tonight
THE CHAMPION "RED HEADS"
An "Ad" Calling for Titian-Haired
GlrLs Hi-ought Ilcstilts.
Sunny dispositions efficiency stay-
ing auulitles even tempers.
All these qualities of virtue and
many more are Included in one
branch of the human race red-
headed girls. That was the ' opinion
of George J. Heed of the Yellow Cab
company of Minneapolis when he in-
sorted un advertisement recently for:
Telephone operator experienced to
take cark of switchboard (one with
red head pref erred). Good pay. Ask
for Mr. Foley.
This insli on the advertising pages
ntlrrcd uu Minneapolis so far as po
tential switchboard operators were"
concerned and among red-haired
girls in general who did not object
to "good pay."
One black-haired girl had the cour-
age to apply explaining that -when
she was an Infant her head used to
be "Just covered with red curls and
they might coma back again any day
Applicants were made to stand Jn
line as at a recruiting station and
one by one they showed their hair to
Wr. Foley. Some were young others
were not but 77 or the 150 girls who
lined up had hair that was either
scarlet crimson maroon russet or
ruby red. Some of them wore auburn
curls down their backs; soma came
without any hats at all to show the
brilliance ot their coiffures.
About 6 o'clock in the aftejnoon Mr.
Foley at last asked for help fromMr
Reed the author of the fateful ad
vertisement After scanning the Una of
applicants. Reed selected tho winner.
"I asked for red-headed gi 'Is be-
cause they are more efficient than
others and stay In on position for a
long time" Reed explained. "I have
found that they can handle a switch-
board without getting peeved."
"Mother Karth" Itanitod.
NEW VOKK. Sept. to. "Mother
Earth" published by Emma Gold man
and Benjamin Deltnvan anarchists
haa been excluded from second-class
mail privileges by order of the post
office department The order stated
the publication had been found to
conflict with the postal regulations.
Draft Mill Grist j
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The following drafted men after
having been found physically fit for
inllitaiy service by the local exemption
board for the city of Tulsa and hav'.nv
been certified to that board by the dis-
trict exemption board for military
service have been ordered to appear
at the office of the local exemption
board on Wednesday October-! at I
o'clock p. m. at which time they will
receive final Instructions for their de-
parture lor Camp Travis Fan n.oni ..
Texas on the following day to enter
the training camp:
John W. Mrtlinnia f'harlea u ti
Jrinea T. Anderaon
Jmea Ce.ll Hill
Ivan Dottglaa Pinyun
Robert I.ee Imler
Hid Oano Eatill
John H. Martin
l? .... i i ii.
. IWI lr
arl 8. Morrla
Ouiar V. llel.app
William P. .lonea
Kuliy K. CimfiKes
Jainoa II. Croahy
E. Carlton Callahan
H. H. Kapptnyton
Jamea Karl Cantwoll ""'P11 'i U.r'"nc
ainert nellaon '. "
Charlea C. Wi'tin LIe"ry Uiaataln
Herbert E. R.hB.l.uii "..
Kilar L. Averrt " "ruBy
Wm. Winton Hearn
Planley F. Hiacy
Kred (1. Ite
itay II. (lalatin
i.'lureaee W. ITairarty
; '-'ne Miller
f "nald Huaaell
William K. Haya '
flam J. Oreenwond
rrru r. i normond
Joaeph T. .Smith
Alma M. Phearin
lleorae C. Auatin
Charlea B. Harwell
Alfred E. Aaronaon
Clarence B. Stewart
romn i-ee inviui
laniel K. carter
eo. F. Johnaon
Inmer I (libhart
John P. Uotiblna
Bnvd K. Snyder
(Hnrenre C. Wyna
J. L Monroe
Powell U. Handera
L. R. Huffanian
Raymond E. Btetena
HerberJ Needham .
John Thomas King n
Hunter J. Myers
Colly Lee Bykea
Harry F. Adama
Peter L. Falatta
Koy Ray Reeca
T. E. Tedford
John J. Gallagher
Hot V. Burke
.leaae Saliora '
r. Inon B. Wolverton
Charley It. Bruton
Jamea II. Stewart
ran K. Heara -Truman
A. Fen ton
I.ewia Andrew Havre
Jamea A. Aaher
H. U. hppellseiiner
Mack A. Canadv
Urn. 1. Hermaneon
Koy K. Puh
Ira Lor Wllaon
John Hoyd Herd
Jeaae l. Kojr wood
Arthur II. Heiton
Auatin J. Kriedley
Fran It Hhriner
Clifford T. Hofan
Htanley E. Hoover
Julian T Warburton J. Howard Harris .
Jamea ewlon jonn v. un
Clyde R. Medley Erneet Byrd .
CONVENTION HALL WILL BE
SCENE OF NEGRO CONCERT
Chorus of One Hundred Voices lielng
Trained for the Oc-
casion. .A monster concert by the negroes of
Tulsa will be given at Convention hall
on the night of November 2 for the
benefit of Mercy hospital the only
institution of the kind for negroes in
H. P. P. Johnson a musician of
national reputation of IUrmlngham
Ala. has arrived In the city and will
begin work at once of training a
chorus of one hundred voices for the
entertainment. Male and female quar-
tets will render plantation melodies
ami Jubilee songs and a number of
white local singers who have volun-
teered their services will contribute
to the program. .
The concert Is under the super-
vision of A. J. Smitherman editor of
the Tulsa Star the publication devot-
ed to the negro race and he an-
nounces that It will be the greatest
festival of song that has ever been
given In this city by members of his
BUILDING PERMITS LOOK UP
More Thun Half Million Dollars
Worth of Construction Authorized.
More than half a million dollars
worth of building is the program
ahead for Tulsa as registered by the
books of the city building Inspector
when thoy were closed yesterday for
the month of September. To be ex-
act $527220 Is the total of the build-
ing permits secured during the 21
working days of the month which
This budget in which 128 permits
are included and of which residences
contribute SIM. 200. brings the total
for the nine months ot the present
year up to $6468306 or an average
ror the nine months or 1718700.
The month Just passed was an in
crease of more than $200000 over the
month of AuguBt 1 9 1 7 1 and an In-
crease of more than $300000 for the
month of September 1914V- The build.
Ing permits for the month of August
In Oklahoma City as reported from
that place at the close of business
reached a total of but $171150 or les9
than half of the amount registered
by Tulsa for the same period.
Not l' to Kxpct't&flons.
"What did you get out of that will
case" asked the first lawyer.
"A hundred and fifty thousand dol-
lars" replied the seccuid lawyer.
"flood round sum he?"
"Yes. but I thot the old man left
more than that."
US East' Second
Evening 8; IB
Matinees Sunday Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday I:3i
September SO; Octobtr 1 2 S
Grand Stock Co.
By Willard Mark
PRICKS: Evening 10-25-33-&0
Ma ti noes 10-20
Seats Now on Salo
TUE WUVATE SECRETARY"
October 4 6 f. -
Ellis Five Dawaiians
Brest Maaloal Tree T1H Otker AeU st
rkotoaUy "Alassater ' reatarlag
Alice fore and Barry sforay.
TaaisvUls 1 : 10 : 10 T: 30 : SO
PloMnes 1:00 ItSO 5:80 :I0
Weak-Day abMnea It Osatt
MlghU aa4 Isaaays ....10 an so OeaU
Let. Us Help You Cut the
High Cost of Living
Mr. R. A- Long our expert meat cutter will be in
our store Monday Tuesday and Tuesday night to
explain the different cuts of various meats sold by
us. Also a domestic science instructor to explain
the food values of different parts of the animal.
Nothing will be sold at this time and a visit to this
store will prove most interesting as well as instruct-
ive. Everybody welcome.
White Star Market
110 NORTH MAIN.
Maxwells Amateur Champions.
DETKOIT Sept. 80. The Maxwells
of this city won the city championship
ofthe national amateur baseball con-
ference this afternoon by taking both
" ' rif a double-header from tha
Cub? Tundry company team of Lin-
coln tieh. t to 0 and 8 to 0.
His Nerve Will Heln.
Father I guess tliirt young man of
shot test line
y ss ss
thvough sleep ets
on all ttainsj
'r ss SS ss
s e cure reser-
The Double Standard
. Oil & Gas Company
Capital Flock 100000 shares at to fully paid and nonassessable
with Inrgo holdings In
Colorado Wyoming Kansas; Oklahoma Kentucky
offers you an opportunity to purchase a limited amount of their
stock for a few days at
One Cent Per Share .
Tou can fret in on the ground floor with this company and put
yourself in a position to reap- a tremendous profit on your in
'Vestment when this stock advances. Just stop and figure what a
- ten dollar or twenty dollar investment-will mean to you when this
stock reaches fifty cents or a dollar. But you. have got to
" Make Up Your Mind Today
Tou can easily see where this stock will be In thirty or sixty days.
Get your remittance in today's mail and your stock certificate will
be returned to you Immediately. .
Wire for stock at our expense.
$ 10 BUYS 1000 SHARES
$ CO BUYS 6000 SHARES
(100 BUYS 10000 SHARES
$500 BUYS 0000 SHARES
0 of net profits to be paid
stockholders In dividends.
THE SECOND EPISODE OF THE NEW SElU.Ui .
THE LOST FXPRES'S"
FEATURING DARING HELEN HOLMES ALSO -
"THE STORM WOMAN'?
GOLD SEAL FEATURE DRAMA WITH CLARIS MTDOWELXi
ADMISSION 5o AND 10 - -
ycurs Is nil right daughter but he'U
neer set the world on fire.
daughter I should say not; he's in
the Insurance business. Boston Tran.
Can He I)oiio
"Never give up.'
"S'poso you can't Jfeep your head
above water?" -"Learn
to swim underneath."
5 daily ttains
feChic a jo
evety on e.
a sf e hi t:
For reservations and
tickets phone 5234
i. S. Rollman
W. F. Reynolds Sec
234 First Nat'L Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 7218.
I want shares of Double
Standard Oil & Gas Company
stock at lo' per share. Send
may stock certificate to
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