The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 15 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
high school library when 18 stu-
dent met with Supt. M It. Floyd
Tuesday nnd tho regular meeting! for tlio movies and a like amount
every Wednesday evening A debata for schools.
will be held next Wednesday. 1
- - Aluminum Is found In almost any
America spends a billion a year ' clay bank.
the l'll-V Wednesday ev"l"gJ"Ahiliav a noonday luncheon nvery
nmi Mr. Holmes H was' decided to
Vorllr Noondar J'Unchww-
!) to Tt World.
Feb. 4. At a meeting at
A UAQLCY KNOLES PRODUCTION
How of ten' have you asked to see .
' "something new something different
new faces new scenes" in a motion
Here is the different picture a
modern drama of Carnival time' in
Venice actually filmed in Italy on
the mysterious romantic old Vene
tain canals beautifully superbly
produced a gem of screen art and
a sensational dramatic achievement.
' PRICES 25 and 40 Cents
ONLY TODAY ONLY
I 11 111 NEW SH0W 0PENS TODAY 11
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III Assisted by the Hers Sisters nncl a .Studio of II I
I I 1V" onillf"1 Artist' Models. I I
I I WANZER and PALMER ' I I
I I ' "She's llnnl to dot A limit With" I I
i l JACK HUGHES DUO I I
I ' II I Versatile Instrumental Virtuosi III
I REO and HELMAR I I
II I PHYSICAL MASTKKI'IIXKS I IK I I
I I ' Comedy and Orpheum Orchestra I
I I fiulln' Mutlnm. Ilpt Sciitu 35c. Ilalrony I I
I I Shows Tonight nt 7:15 and n i. in. 1'rlccs
CHARLES C.BURR presents
bum emup game
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M laughs filled with thrills and mSmSn
ilium iiiiiiii mm
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15 PEOPLE A NEW COMPANY TO TULSA .
Also Feature Photo Play
sTE GRIFFITH in "THE' SINGLE XRACK"
DRG ET THE tT! A R NT V A T STARTS
L AY BEAUTIFUL OMORROW j
A thrilling rollicking
racing romance abounding in
laughs filled with thrills and
intertwined with a love story
story of especial charm. A narrative of
a rich young man who had to become poor to ap-
preciate wealth and to strive to regain its possession!
A sizzling red-blooded story that tingles with rivalry and
danger that strews a thousand miles along the road to hap-
piness delightfully told by a cast of sterling artistry I
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It's Got Everything!
Thrills that bring your hair- to "attention."
Laughs that rattle your molars. Titles by a
bird who has next week's slang jumping
through his fingers and rolling over.
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AND A FEW MORE DAYS'
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The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922, newspaper, February 5, 1922; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc77997/m1/15/: accessed April 14, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.