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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
HOLDS MR. FAIR
IN HIGH ESTEEM
IS. S. DELEGATES
Granddaughter of Mark flanna
Is Social Favorite at Capital
The executioners could not separate thoao Lovers in
ucumi yrapfuo unci uiio aiiiau fUCCO Ol lire ad.
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LOCAL DE MOLAY
CHAPTER FORMED
fc-
Two Hundred and Thirtj
rrour Candidates Arc
Ininliatcd
SjTvi'O hundred anil tlmi'. fmii i'
laVfwtl tits HI if ill nml ;i
mMgrft themselves ii . ImilT ii i n
fier nt ihs Oiilrr of io Mnim. m
drnanlBnUnil spnnMirr.l y Hi Mi
apfflp lodge whsn a l u n hnii.i h f
ffiif order as fnrmcd I rhliiv i 'i m
sjjt'i'nnvrnllon hull.
In lis ran ol
ItHla-s of Mnpulpn.
Tli ' I
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in 'nil
M.il.i
' Th' rcremnnli')' l i i; i
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4ft.iT S o'( Ini k In ih lift- i in ..n i' Ii
It nOllstroil inri)i' fnmi tin' f-niiul
itTula. liili-rrurli.nl (nllim mmi1
tHfl mnnbirn ot lln uinil'.i Ii.iIK'
yM met hv till' 'l'iili 1 iimlM "
sjiinl lit hlnff mi Ninth Mm i
mfl'fi t'l Mpi mill nml IJi in "'
lit Iloiildcr ii I lie first Mitinll.
tilti Ii nl Kliu'lith SlM'i I II.' I I' nl
r niMiiii" wlirrc n inner i.hihi
M served Thi' lli" nf in ii Ii i
tVftilril for inure limn tn . I H In
iTpiii riK i
f 1'nllowlnR Ihe linflill'l Ihr mill
Mf1 linrtil liy lln- Kitimli'i ill' '
tjhX Ion. tnnrrhfil to Convcntl'm h;M
(Wji r tli ritualistic i ni mi. i. ii
1-11 A luvau flutnuiillfw. friitii
1 W HT-HI. 1 iniffu . . - . . . .
tlio ('laicmors chanter nf the "
nf I)e Mnwy Wi'rn In aMrnil mm
III fori) if I In n nf Hip I'" fit
Bm tiler.
Tint Oritur nf l)c Mnlnv Ih In' ml
tSi jirlnwilly fur sons nf Miisi iut
tSIiIIik wlni nre MwinnmctHlnl ly
wins nr tiieiiitieis nf tlio licMnUv
er Hie hIsii hccmiIsiI. Alllinn'li
nritrr In In lln Ih'niuy nrcun-
I hut three yeuts Hn. il hits nl-
ready kiiiwii III 1 1 1 il I y nml Its mem.
liifrlili Ik well uvrr tlio one hundred
tj?iiisnniJ niHrk .
VThn nrilrr l i iililrolloil liy Ihe Mn-
StJile IiiiIko Htlil t lln 111 i-111 lirrnl 1 1 1 . nf
JQllthH plAllRPtl IheltlSclVSB In nli-
sprvc. clean speech. cIohii llvlnit. im-
position In niiuroliy. 11 show? belief
lgjoue (Inil nml In every wny lie bet-
fijl" koii by ft luller revi mien if
futhcr nml luntlier. .
j; 'A llieetliut nt Milled offleetH nf the
loonl ehnpler will iirnlinlily lm elerl-
til will be helit Man 11 10 nt the
DMinle.lpnl niiilllnrlnui nml every
member nt the Inenl lie Mnlny ehnp-
itr Ii urtp'il In nlleinl.
IDEAS WILL PERSIST
w -
fiiliK'r.sllllnii lliinl-liiil I riitii Inti'lli'i't
iTjiiil (till liillnrli I'i-inM In
e Ad mi I I'niellci'.
hjTOIflO. .March 10. Umler Hie
mlitlnii "The Orlnntnl. UIh HiiiMMftl-
uniiii." Million Hull. W'litlliK lor
Jiipim MIkhIiui NewH. Miyn.
Ki' 'Ynmnil nn' I wilil to ny
frii'her 'ynii liipiitieo nre n veiy
SiipernlllloiiH people nro you not?'
Tij whleh ho replleil Unit tlio lower
CJnuH were eerliilnly Kiilllbln enoiiKh.
)lg hluiHelf Oei'lileilly. uriM not. Am n
1pjt 1 nskeil him If IlitvlMK nolin In il
fjTuernl of a member nt hln fnmlly
lio woulil tnkn the rnme rimil home
lid luiil laltep n the cemetery. He
IaTirIh'iI nml wilit H'lilln ho whh freo
from theNo nnclcnt litean ho woulil
Jirolmhly vetiiru by minther ronil.
popular belief linn II (hat If ynil em-
pljiyeil the entne ro nil koIiik nml
oumlnir. the evil fplrllH nmv m
l'ilnlnteil Willi the roulo woulil ho In-
ollticil to lemt minther relntlvo lo
ijfe Knivey:uil. "Wp nro not hii-
pCiKtltloiiH no Imlcril; Ihewi lilenn
'will Hlmply perilut Ii tho better wny
ttVJ dtntn It!' ho milil.
i'"V elinvn1 nn old Knnlener who
comes In mien In a while Id trim our
tffe" fl the heilRrx nml to iln hlinl-
1 fir yorli. Ankeil to (In a llttln mn f t -Inn
on ii pcmlminon trcn ho culled In
tiiyoimi; man for thn work. 1 found
tnjl. luter thnt In Japan tho Rrnfteid
rc mi yniuiff men we itpeait in'in
Ci horlleulhire not nolltle nn they
impart ineir uii nun
vlKor tn the
Krnfled pnrlo. And 1
thniiRbt that
been without
)iirbnnl( wniild
haVo
honor In thin land
. While June tho month of i-ohcm
Jjithe pnpulnr llino for marrliiKeH In
jAlnTlca. In .lapan the mnnt unpnpu-
lar month W that of t)ptcmhor. tho
jjontli of the monkey. Tho Jnpa-
Jlfjio word for monkey In nnru' nml
;nin' mennH to leave. If married
In" thta month the tendency would
I19 for tho bride to leave noon: thus
(lie month In Mildly avoided."
SPENDS 48 HOURS IN JAIL
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I'ulliv rhh'f Ijijm One ficntcut'o for
Contempt out of I'rlilc.
atfAN JUAN. T. It.. Mnr.h 10
Qtorgo It. Shanton for many yenm
fillet of pollco of I'orto ltlco lin
jUMt Berved n fentciico of -IS hour
In tall for contempt of court lie
retimed to appeal tn l'realdent
Ilnrilhur to net nuldo the foiUcih c
which hnd hcon luipoiied by Federal
JtlllKO Odlln.
f"Tho contempt charKo Hat based
on' a lettur lr. Hlninton wrolo to
the JuiIbo nHltliu? for nn order to
denttny Homo of the evidence which
had dlHupponrc.d after tho Insular
pdllco hud innilo arrests and seized
tjiuor In Volmemi cniri
MjAlthouKh JiiiIro Odlln eavo Slian-
i(iii until March IS to enable him
to. nppcnl to the prenldent the
fjjrmcr chief decldcil to tako hln
medicine Inatend of asking (or prel-
(TCiitlal favor
Thn San Juan TIiiich nays ho ro-
gflvcii COO cullem while In jnll nml
ifei to hlg torm theio uh "a nodal
SUcceiw." Anions his UkIioib In
lfrtnon was Oovi'rnor Itnlly who
with other clllteiu and offlclnlH lml
Nlilnly petitioned Judgo Odlln to ic-
tnlt tho sentence. Shnnton wan met
tit tho .tall entrunco hy bc.ms nf
fejends who cticorted him to hi
iipino
VHo wan captain of llnnieveltV
Hough ltlders In 1S3R nml nftei uun)
5jved with Ueuornl Wood In I'uhi
frldunt lioofcvelt sent him to tin-
pptml lone an chief nf pollio tn cttnn
jip tho zono In tho early construc-
tion rirtVH and 13 years ukfo io a
tent to I'orto Hlco to tako command
Of tho 700 policemen i iimpamnn the
lnnilur police force
jt Bhanton'n counsel t)d .Judge Od-
U11. In 11 ikliiR a pli-n in Ins Uii' II.
flint tho Insular nl eo had dz
1C0 000 gallons of nquorg nnj m.iue
g.SOO arrests In olstcad cases.
I'liotics Osaco 7H-7U I
LUMPER CO
BO JM
Hf 1 A
1M
MI".h I ll ilii
Jlun 1 i ? 1 1' n H i i i '.in Mini; ii ' i i
pnl In an I n li r ii nun i ii fly popui.ir i ii
lieati nml Ii inning I"'" "iinl-H II" e )'
Hpi-n'lK ni" I ! her i in Up n H i n 1 1 i ap.l ll
dan Henri no Continued
A I Return.'! of Company;
Chief Ctmmel Not Here
Hearing on Ihe Hpplliiitiou nt
ri limit forty km coimumerH lo
have llin OUlnlinina Nnlnml (1h
einnPHiiy Irmpornrlly enjoined
friiiu Mliiittlmr off Ih'lr Knu
which Mm miiediileil tn mine up
befurn lllxlrli'l .liidKt Villjenn
Jliilitlniui I'rliliiy wiim inntlniieil
until .Miirrh ii lit the iepH't nt
the huh compmiy. It wim e-
pliiliiiil thnt chief cuuniiel fur tho
lumpniiy WHH nut nf the Klutc. A
lentrnliilnK order enJolnliiK tho
rliiitllntr off nf the mm Ik now III
fiircn nml will leiiuilti In effect
until .luilKo I ttil il lm in piiHKeil on
the tiinpornry Injiinillon. Alinut
ITi new Injlim linn hiiIIh were filed
mrnlnnt thu cumpmiy l''rldny hy
Kim conmiinerH. licit ralnlnn nr-
iIcir worn iMlieil In nil the ciihck.
Tlicy will I'linm up for heiiilnK
nlBo March 12.
nriiA.vi
.M.wtHt ist;si'i:.vi)i:n
Order hy .IiiiIko I'nllimK Iti-lurn of
I'linit liiilliiiiiciili AkiiIiiM IIiiwIch.
DUItANT. March 1 0. Mayor It.
I' IIowIoh Inday wiih miHpcnded from
officii hy Dlntrlcl .IuiIko (leoiKO M.
Miirrh fnlliiwim; tho leturn ot three
Indlctmeiit.i by thn county grand
jury rhai'Klutr Mayor HohIoh with
emliezr.leiuent unit ictinml to file
monthly repnitn.
Mnyor llowlfH wan nrralKiied and
releaned upon fiirnliihini; bond ot
J1.&00.
1IOVH MAV III: ItANK ItOIIIICIt
Man Arrcslcil In lliiiur Itnld He Ins
Held for (icnruln Offlcci-n.
J. II. llnvil nllriH K'ellh Mx. who In
mild to bo tho name iiuin nrichted
south of town Into yoHtcrday after
noon by tho county nilillnir wiund U
bcliiR hold for tho nnilmiuilcu nt
Lawiencovllle (la. on 11 chnrKo of
rolibliiK u bank at that pUico accord
Iiik to l''OMtor N. Iluriis who holds n
wnriunt for thn mail.
llovd nml 11 man mimed 'W. T
lllnehnrt wcto found In A house
contalnhiK a I.iiko amount ot corn
whisky nml invcial Jurh used for
i onveyliiK Ibiuor. They were lucked
up In tho county jull nwnltlliR woul
from the l.iiuicni'iv Hie officials.
Kojd told dclci lives that bo would
not return to OenrsLi unless nn ex-
tradition wm rant was Ismicd.
UnK-Minulc
Illlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' ' '
We ipuii lis ny "ctntHs" In our hot ctlon Ihsy're "nnlumfn."
There K l.lic itl(iriice slmut (IS U In fuel. Thry luily
fsiii's an.l (liiure mi they know etsolty whst lint fluid nlll look
lirai nn nii. 'that Hnowlnlite la an ot III thliifi s tntt leimn
iiiiitt lisve to earn a plsce In Utla nrKunliatlftn.
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Chipp
lli Malum
Murii llKina. re-
n liei nic e nf her
nf lier f.ithcr oliv
BAPTISTS TO HOLD
CONVENTION HERE
Young People's Unions of
Five Counties Arc
Meeting Today
A rally of tho Ititptist Yoiiiik 1'eo-
ple's union nf liclaware llnpllst as
sociation consist Iiik of Tulsa and
flvn iieiirliy coimtleH. will bo held
Hnlurday In NoRales Avenue Baptist
church mid wiccccded on Hunday by
a nno-dny meetliiK of tlio Iielawaro
OiKanled Class alllnuco In tho sumo
church.
Waturdny's session will cnnenn nt
2:011 o'clock villi tho fnllowhiR pro-
Kinm: liovotlounl John Allison ot
Ilarllesvllle; "Tho I e 1 0 W n r o
.luulors." MIh rem l'rlco of Ilartles-
vllle; "The County I'roRram" J. C.
Wilson Tulm eounty vice president
Vny KiHinnls of Creek countv Kred
Muyhcrry of ItoRcrn county I'hyrno
llnidy of Nowatn county Ilnchel
Wiley of Osauo county II. P. Craw-
ford of WashliiKton county; "The
I'resldent'H l'roKrnm." Alia Terrill
or Colllnnvllle "linportnnco of l'lan-
iiIiik l'roKiam Ahead." Illxby reprc-
senlntlvc; "The Iluslnesi MectlnR."
Itachel Wiley of Avium: pluno solo.
I.uiher Crocker of Vlrslnla avenue.
"Tho Hi'crotnry's Job" Hay Hell ot
Tulsa! "Chlldien nf Many linds"
11 play by NoriiIch nvemio Junlnm;
open discussion led by lllmint I)a-
vIiInoii of Oklahoma City statu Holi-
day school secretary.
At the cvcnliiK session 1. 12. tllos-
sup ot Tulsa association president
will speak on "Tho Ni-hnlarship
Kund nml tho Volunteers" the First
Haptlst II. V 1'. I' will stnRo "Trial
nf the ltnbbers." lmvldsun will
speak nn "lllRKcr. Heller Delaware."
Miss Kosaleo Mills eilucallonnl sec-
retary with hendaunrters In Tulsa
will speak on "The Outlook." mid a
demonstrated party will ho stnRcd
under the direction of Until Bed-
wick Y. W. C. A. recreation socio-
tnry
Wnrld-l'uiiKiiis .Magician Dead.
IOH ANUKI.I'2H Mnreh 10 Har-
ry Kcllar w oihl -famous liiiigtclnm
died at bis home here today after
tun years of til health and a severe
lllmsa of several weeks. Ho was
73 veins nlil.
Store Tall;
Knox Styles
When you pick a Knox hat for
Spring you know you're Rctlinp;
stylo (piaHty and satisfaction far
bcyoml what tho same amount of
money will kivo you in any otlicr
hat. All tho now shades here only
at $7.
Shoes and Knox lints
Uurns Who HiLHimSays
JIo Holds Him a Man
and a Gentleman
Although be cnRflfffil In n fisllc
en'oitnter with Harry 0. I'nlr. ihnlr-
tii.iii of the democratic campalKli
cirRinlMllmi Wednesday nlxht
I'H-iir N. Hums In ft wrlttui state-
lm nl Hsiied I'rlday declares he
tw.l'ls Mr. I'mr In hlRhest esteem
1 a man mid a leenllernati." In his
I Micimnl Hums denies ho nucimed
I ur nf "ilouhle-rroMriiiK" him hut
' Finn in nt ends so nhruplly Hint
Jim not fulfill lis. Intemloit pur-
1 -iv nf explaining tho cause ot tho
n mioter
' to rereivnce tn Ihe statement In
The Morning- World about County
1 iiiiimnn llmiy I.'. Knlr nml my
. niniM-rsv it Ihe democratic head-
li nriiTH mi Inst Wednosilny nlKhl
I I iicslic lii slnie thst Mr. I 'sir was
ii vei .1 used hy 11m of double-
I' o- ni" iniiiiie." the stHlement
rr n in oilier words I hold Harry
1 firm the highest esteem as a
1 11 . 'n 'I n ttcnllniniin.
I ! f nme tn what started thn
!i.o')it on Wednesday at the
1 11 liPHiliiuarters I wish to
1 111 Thursday luornlnK
M ' 1. nt 'i o'clock In the inoriilnK.
I 1 I. Uii lion met ill" no the
1 1
end told mo that Coiiiuy
1 nr Moor" hud appointed me
nr for preiliict IS. On thn
r veiling at 8 o'clock I went to
i.
It'l l r Mann school to nllenil 11
I'.rni fewer bond meet I nit mid 1
n 1 .nn i d to einrvliody Hint was not
ncisiered that I had been appointed
r plurar for preelint IS. the same
being iinsollclied on my part and
if(ini.ieil Hint all those not rtK-l-iered
to coiiio to mv Iiotlso nt
I'.iRlccnth mid Main nml that myself
nr wlfo would register them any Unit1
1l.1v or night. On the next day 1'rl-
1l.1v Ihe afternoon paper published
a llnl nf teglslrnrs and I found my
inline left off thn 111. Naturally I
fell humiliated."
Jchiih ChrifH Wan the
Sinncrn' Friend Much
To Pharisees' Horror
That .lesns Christ while on
earth made friends Willi sinners
much to the lim mr of the I'hnrl
ees. was one of the points most
emphnslzed hv the Itev. Hnlfo
Vomeroy Crinn In a sermon nt the
I.cnton service nf down-town
churches b'rlilav noon In the Ma-
jestic theater. He found n three-
fold message of the love of (lod
in the pmahlii of "The I.ost
Sheep" this message being that
Cod suffers In thn loss to hU
ranks of every shiner that 'lod
Iins n speclnl teiidernesn for tho
lost mid thnt there Is Joy hi
heaven when the wniiderlng 0110
Is returned the Ilev. S. S. Kntir-
innn of the First Lutheran church
read the Scriptures and tho Itov
C. AV. Kerr pronounced Ihe lnvo
cation while U 1'. Harrington ot
tho Trinity Uplscopa! choir sang
"The Ninety and Nine."
What dealer in Tulsa Is
1 oin
See page
A IJAltY HOY was bom to Mr.
and Mrs. 12. I Howell 1812 South
Huston. Tho baby was named 1M-
mund J Jr.
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THI-I CHOItt S t'HOIIl of the
Plrst Christian church will sing the
t'Hiitntii "Vision of Hi. John" at the
Holiday evening church service nn a
parting compliment tn Krnost
I'rung Hlntnm organist and choir
master who lcae next week for
Ml. Louis This wilt cnnatltuto the
entire evening program.
ItriV. JOHN II. AUI'JllNATJI V
president of Oklahoma Central col-
lege of Tulsa and presiding older for
this district for the M. R. church
Kouth. Is to he tho principal speak-
er at tho City club luncheon at Ho
tel Tills Saturday noon. lie lull
selected as his mibject "Tho Soul
of n City."
WHO WANTS TO adopt a baby
girl? There's one Just six days old
and healthy nml sound nn to phy-
sique In the Tulsa hospital now watt-
ing for nflopllon In Home Tulsa
hnine. Tho llttln girl arrived Hun-
day. Information a- to her par-
entage and the reason why her
mother Is willing to part with her
timv he procured from the hospital
superintendent by those really In-
terested In adopting the child.
MAltlHAnil !ICHNSI2S bunted
Friday: II. C. Brewster. 17 of
Hnlonder 31. nml Hazel Oeorgn 15
Tulsa and Viola Crum. 20 of Ok-
mulgee; Jon Overbuy. 315 and Jew-
ell Freeman. 17 of Tulsa; Iurlo F.
of Tulsa.
mVOIlCi: HI2TITIONS filed
Friday. Vclla M. Sulllvnn against
Charles Hulllvnn: Jcnnla I. Heed
against J. N. Heed.
CIIIMlltllN AND OIIU.S In tho
gymnasium aeHthellc dancing classes
mucin by Mlrlntn Phillips nt tho
Y. W. C. A. will denionstralo their
skill before parents and relative
In n program to bo given at 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon to tho
gymnnslum. Tho program which
will ho In ehnrgp ot Miss Mary
Clarke will Include singing of chil-
dren's si in km hy Mrs. Leo Oniohun-
dru and Miss Iliith Htiwlngcr.
xi:w Accm:iri r.n i.ii i: savkiis
r.linen Viiiiuc Women Will He I'tib-
llcly Accorded Full Membership.
Illeven young women will he pub-
licly accorded full membership In
the Jted Cross llfe-wivlng corps bv
presentation of thcr hnrd-enrned
certificates from the national bond-
quarters ot n demonstration of life-
saving tn bo held nt S o'clock Satur-
day evening In tho Y. W. C. A
swimming pool. Tho class Is tho
third from the swimming department
of the association. A short talk on
life-saving and the benefits nf swim-
ming will be given by Dr. C C Hoke
The accredited life-savers nro the
Misses Ida Warner. Nnrvolla naton.
12velyn Ulngle. 12mlly Talks. 1.
Wltle Mesdnmes Crnro Hornsher
.Tnv Wnlsev. I. T. MrCu lnllnh. .T. W
lingers T. K. Meagher and Gertrude I
Culllns. I
I to handle the
Marmon ?
No. 3 Sunday World
Feature Section
Listen Men!
We want you to see the new spring suits
on display at this store. We honestly
believe they are the biggest values to be
found in Tulsa today at
$25 $30
S35
Every one is carefully tailored from this
season's best materials and has all the
style quality and good looks usually
found in suits costing at least $10 more
at other stores.
'Holmes Prices
Holmes Clothes Shop
221-223 SOUTH MAIN
MUSTBEHOUSED
Committee 'Meets Today
to Make Final Plans
for Opening Homes
A tall to Tiils'ans to provido enter-
talnment for tho delegates to me
slato Sunday school convention to
bo held hero March 28-30 will bo
inmle In tho local pulpits Sunday It
was announced Thursday by John S.
Davenport general chairman for
tho convention. All churches pub
lishing weekly bulletins were nsked
yesterday to place this .announce-
ment In their new bulletins.
Provision tojiouso 2.000 delegates
must lm mado by Tulsa. Davenport
estimates tho possibility that this
number tnny not bo uulto reached
being overshadowed hy tho proba-
bility Hint In the event of CXi client
weather the number will be leached
or slightly exceeded. Hlehard W.
Hiirkhnrt cnalrmmi 01 111c enter-
tainment committee has called n
meeting of his commltteo for 4-30
o'clock Hntuiday afternoon in Hus-
ton Avenue M. 12. church to make
final plnni for enlisting the re-
quired number of homes. C. II
Nichols state Sunday school er ro-
tary with heudrpinrteia In Okla-
homa City who Is expected to nrrlve
hole Friday to spend tho remainder
of tho tlmn befnro tho convention
will meet with tho committee.
On the entertainment committee
12. II. Wlct Is chairman for HapMst
entireties of tho city which have
been nsslgned a uuotn of 300 dele-
gates: F. I). Harris of tho First
Christian church which hns a quota
of 225; Wlllard John of Methodist
churches which have a quota of 300;
.1. It. Cole of tho M. 12. churches
south which havo a quota of 200:
12. I. Wilson for tho I'rcshyteiinn
churches which have n quota of
WO; Mrs. 1'reston West for tho
I2plscopnl church which hns a quota
of 100. and J. K. Hill for tho First
Lutheran church which has a quota
of 75.
Finally Approio Prohibition.
THICNTON. N. J. March 10 - The
Now Jersey leglslaturo today placed
tho belated stamp of approval upon
national prohibition when tho bourns
adopted 11 senate concurrent resolu-
tion rntlfylng tho eighteenth amend-
ment to tho federal constitution.
Are Always Less"
HI Vnrnltum. HtoTrs sail Qubi H
mt -n m II. Ion C1.r HI J)
Wfeak
iii your
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LIU.
"The teat was by hunger" said
Slake. "For ten days the lovers
were kept in adjoining rooms
with a glass partition between
then tho partition was re-
moved and a pieco of bread
thrown In." Tho executioners
could not separate those lovers
in their death grapple. Yet Lat-
imer was unconvinced so he
undertook tostandthe test him-
self. Would you? And would
you stand it better than he?
Lillian Russell Tells
what tho King of England whispered to her in the Royal Box.
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