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Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Saturday, March 9, 1918
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GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZEXl E. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1916. NAPPY $S PORTO GRAPPLERS RE FINE METTLE FOR WESTS MONDAY iuai Many Tickets Have Been Sold and Record Crowds Are Expected. POLICE GAZETTE RULES WILL GOVERN MATCHES All Events Promise to Be Thrillers As Boys Are All Experts. The wfKtlinK limits which take place at the Turner hall Monday evening- huve aroused unusual intercut in Cireen Jtuy ami Appleton. The prrip-piers, who are hi'leil to appear in the matches have been training diligently ever since the articles were stnne.1 and are in fine mettle for the fray. A larpe number of tickets have been sold and n recoi d crowd promises to bo in attendance. Tom Condon, trainer of 2l and Ahrens, the two Hay boys, announces that his men are in trim find promise to give their opponents a fitlit for hon-ors, Z11, who appears in tlie first bout BRainst Fred Merrick;; of Apple-ton has been training hard for tlifl bout and has learned several new tricks. Kd Ahrens who is billed to clash with (ieorpe McMillan of the Papermill city in the main event has developed a wicked hold that is bound to pin his man to the mat. Too much j praiee cannot be Riven the Oreen Hay I lad. for he has been working hard for the match. The Riapplers have completed their hardest work and are keeping in trim by light roadwoi k and shadow wrestling- In the first match of the evening, Carl of Green Bay, who tips the beam at ISO pounds will clash with Fred Merricks, a 10S pounder from Appleton, Kd Ahrens also of the Bay, who weighs IS-, pounds, will tackle George McMillan, the 165 pound map from Appleton in the main bout. Both 53ull and Ahrens are sacrificing from 11-13 pounds for the meet. Otto Tonne, well known local spoiling man has been selected as the third man in the rin sr. The matches will be at catch-weights and will be governed by Police Gazette rules. The Bapermaker citv crapplers will arrive in Green Bay Monday morning. BAY PIN SMASHERS ROLL HIGH SCORES E! GREEN BAY L S BOOSTERS ATTEND CHICAGO MEETING in Olmsted, Cady, and Evans Attend Confab; Governor Is Missing. AT STATE TOUlEYi; The chief matter of discussion at a liberty loan conference, of the seventh federal reserve bank, held in Chicago sterday and attended by tin re Green ly men. Jr. Austin O. Olmsted. V. Kvsins. postmaster; and Samuel II. Cady, lawyer, who relative to establish- SPECIAL PROGRAM AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Special music will be presented lit the mumlng service in the I-list Methodist chinch t .fnon i"V. The following program has been prepared for the occasion: Prelude. "Nazareth" Gounod I.ucile Wilson. Italian Hymn, "Come Thou Almiirh- tv Klnn" 1-Vlice Giardinl Anthem. I'Break Forth lato Joy".. Simper Choir. "Offertory" Addison Solo, "He Thou with Mo .l'crd il. ller Grace Viiaux. I'ostlude. "Caiiina". .. .I.ucile Wilson The pastor, C. R IUillcy, will preach. Hoppe and Berendson HitMa-iimr "n !m,lvl,i"111 nuoia in driving for - . , i subscriptions to the third liberty loan, pies For First and Sec- , ,. APni . Ond Positions. , With the information obtained nt . i the conference the central war body The Green Fay team faced the pins last night in the second annual K. O. tournament at the clubhouse. 11. Wit-tii;T. Hoppe. climbed Into first place In the doubles, while T. Hoppe, reached second place in the singles. The five men team scores were fairly good. K-ive .Men Teams. Porters, Green Bay, LT22. Seagulls, Green Bay, l'.tj. Doubles. VittigT. Hoppe, Green Bay, 107 II .1. inos. A. T. BerernLsen Kubnt, Green liny. Hern, Hoppe Singh's. Green Bay, Green Bay. TitO. 500- owIiiigS hi.ks" I. !:(. t i'.. nlitnvii) n. Meusel 1st; U00 Itafeld m 1 :t :t St'lllli-tti- Jml I :!i itichoft u.s i ') Holz is; Ji',7 Handicap tii; mi Totals M'.i't foil I'ress-dneltr. Bauer It, 1 :i t Kohertv liiO I : ; lleulund fiT l'i7 1 tosse 1 li 1 1 1! I Blaney is5 K.7 Handicap iil ::i Total !iul Mi'." HerrlekN. George :';;,i 225 Silverwood 177 1 Ml Ijeonardv 141 lsX lierriek 17:! Bardinoise HOt Hoi Handicap ' '.) Totals !01 074 Slltrl. Suess l-'ii 150 Binnaman 151 1 1 :t Stroinberg 1 1; F 1 7.x I'aipie l.'iS 15a Stiefel 12 151 Handicap 162 12 Total !)24 20 1 171 S59- 5(10 r.tiii 5 I 2 5 2 1 f.O 1 litS -S5S tart 4HS MS Hit- 4!2 1 : s &to ::i t3 '.Oi4- 1 fiT l i;n 1 ! lilt! I 114 I :"74 9u JSMi 1(11 4.17 1 4 1 405 147 40 224 f.32 114 427 12 4S6 94ii 27S7 in Brown county will endeavor to nr. live at the fair and eipiiiable amount each person should subscribe to liberty bunds. Kvery effort will be directed to usceitain the ability of the individuals to loan to the government, and then secure the maximum sum. The conference was attended by over SOU persons, state officials and chairmen of county defense committees in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana. Miejiignn and Minnesota. Governors of the states, except Governor K. B. Bhilipp of Wisconsin, attended the bampiet last evening in the Hotel I,a Salle. No reaso.i was given by the toast-master for the absence of the Wiscon-Ing governor, the Green Bay men pay. Tlie main conference was prcsidisl over by ,J. B. MeDougal. governor of tin' seventh regional hank. SERVICE FLAGT0BE RAISED AT CHURCH Special services will be held In the First Presbyterian church tomorrow evening at 7:110 o'clock. At that time , a service' flag will be raised for the i nine young men of the church who jnre now In the country's service. I These are J. Fverett MarHie. F liner I Frisk. Merle Saunders. David Crane 'anil Bussell Beicht, all members of I Batteries K and B; Fred Ilclit and , Karl Mcl nn, who are stationed in ! cantonments in the I'nitcd States; Joseph Van I-ingendorn, who is navy recruiting officer and is located in Osbkosh and Kobcrt Duncan, who Is tiow In France. I There will be music by Miss Bins-! sum Wilcox and C. W. l 'ogle. Max II. Strehlow will be the speaker of the evening. The Woman's Belief Corps, I T. O. Howe post of the Grand Army, , Boy Scouts and Cnmpflre Girls are all i invited to attend this service. bttuaru .Mrs. I'rtT Tuyls The funeral of Mrs. Peter Tuyls of Preble who succumbed yesterday morning lit the age of 57 years will be held Monday morning at 9:00 o'cIock from SS. Peter and Paul church. Interment 'in Fox Hill cemetary. Mrs. Tuyls Is survived by three sons, Nnrhert. Ijpo, In France and Clement; and two daughters. Pearl ami Kdith. Mrs. (lias. Ailelbiisll The funeral of Mrs. ('has. Adelhush. who died Thursday evening in a local hospital will be held Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock from St. Joseph's church on tlie West side. Interment in Mount Calvary cemetery, l)e Pcre. Mrs. Adelhush leaves to mourn her death;- her husband, Chas; and four children, Lillian, Karl, William and Henry. A.'den Zel (it Allien Zetter. of Sawyer, Wis., died this morning in a. local hospital. Jle was three years old. The body was shipped to Sawyer for burial this afternoon. CITY IN BRIEF Hirtli Of Tw ins Mr. and Mrs. Frank Planert are the happy parents of twin boys, born Friday morning. The proud father Is proprietor of a shoo store on the West Side. I'iiiienling Saloons Dora Miller, Anna. Smith and Florence Drew, were found guilty of loafing In saloons and were assessed fines of $10.00 and costs. SaliMtnUivMT Fined John Borman wan found guilty of permitting woman to idle away timo in his saloon and wan given a fine of $10.00 and costs. lUby Iloj Mr. Schneider are the born, March tith. and Mrs. parents of F. son CINNCY TOURNAMENT 1ST SIDE INT I PADDY DRISC0LL SIGNS AS PETTYJAVAL OFFICER RETREATS"f oTPEN IN ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY (By Associated Press.) CIN'CINNATI. O.. March 3. The American Bowling congress tournament which lasted a few days over three full weeks will come to a close tonight so far as five men teams are concerned, Sunday being set apart fori the final roll off of individuals and j two-men teams. On Monday the woman's national bowling association will begin its second annual tournament on the same alleys to continue over Tuesday. Ofifoinls said today that its tournament has been a huge success. "Happy" Felsch, outfielder of the Chicago American Baseball club will bowl as a member of the 1 -a ngley-Mc-Bridge No. 2 team of Milwaukee on the final hhift of five men teams today. Other Cities which will be represented include Minneapolis and St. Paul. There was only one change in tlie standing of the leaders yesterday and last night, that being ii. the individuals J. Haytas. of Cleveland. O., rolling 669 landed in sixth place. The leaders follow: Individuals: C. Styles, Detroit, 702. with J. Selmer, "Kail Claire, AVis., CG3, tied for ninth. Two men events: Steers Thorna, Chcago, 13.15. Five men events: Aquilas Cigars, St. Paul, 3.022, with Athearnn, Osh-kosh, Wis., 2S:2, fourth. FCl BASKETERS Downstaters Fall Victims to Crack Purple Squad at Tourney Last Night. The Shawano avenue Kisket shoot-! ers triumphed over the Fond du ! lic oagcuien in their second attempt I for high lionors of this district, by ai 1S-11 count last night. This battle' makes tlie Purple's standing at tlie Oslikosh tourney 1.000 per cent. The lineup: GKKAT IAKKS, 111.. March 9 Paddy Driscoll, former Northwestern football star and member of the Chicago Cubs last seiison, was enrolled today as a petty officer. Ho passed a perfect examination. In order to enlist in the navy the Kvanston light bail to obtain a waiver from his draft board, as he had passed the examination lat summer. He should be a valuable acquisition to Manager Choui-! retreat nurd's ration baseball texnn. Driscoll ! Friday ranks with the greatest grjdders in the history of western college football. He was selected for two seasons as all-western half back and also given all-Ainerica mention by critics. West High, (IS) Su.stman, 1. f. I la wley, r. f. I -caper, c, Miller, 1. g. K'lauss, r. g. Fond du Im (II) 1- f. Miller r. f. Secor c-, Vetters 1. g. Gerhardt r- g. I'itzpatrick PHILLIES GO TO CAMP IN FLORIDA, MARCH 15 PHII-ADKBPIIIA. March 9. The Philadelphia National League baseball team will leave for the spring training grounds at St. Petersburg. Fla., on March 15. it was announced today. Training will begin four days later and will continue until March 27, when the team will go to Miami for a three days' series with the Boston Nationals, other games on the schedule include the following: April 9 Washington Americans at Columbia, S. C. April 10 Washington Americans at Greenville, S. C. April H--Philadelphia. Americans at. Philadelphia. April 1 1 Philadelphia Americans at 1 Njlt unoro. Two retreats will be conducted In the St. Joseph Academy next week, the Crst for lay women of tlie community will open Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Kev. Kugene Magevney of Chicago will have charge. There will be lectures each morning, afternoon and evening for three days, the closing Friday morning. On evening the retreat for the children will open and will continue until Tuesday morning. The preliminary service is to le helil tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock in tho school and all women of the community Interested in the meetings are Invited to attend. uMWfe. w f r m o .j fcl Nummary BUSHEY CAGEMEN SWAMP ST. NORBERTS QUINTET The Bushey basket quintet of Apple-ton defeated St. Norbert's college five in the Pe Pere gj m last night to tho tune of 5(1-20. Duford and Netzer starred for the winners. The Paper-maker five has a game scheduled wtih tho Neeuah Cardinals. ,.,,7...i...'.. c,- mi, MADISON'. Wis.. March The I II e e i" ( 1 1 i t 1 1 ( i 1 1 -i " . , , i i 1 1- .... i fracture pillows for the army lies- j boa rd of regents of the i'nivorsity of pitals are now eui by machine In J Wisconsin today appointed John K. Hielranls of Chlia,",o in head coach of RICHARDS APPOINTED BADGER GRID MENTOR T0RT0RICH HOPES TO SIGN JESS FOR BOUT NKW OltBKANS, I;i.. March 9. Dommiek Tortorich, local promoter, who ha.s offc'it-d Jess Willaid and Fred Fulton a $100,000 purse to do battle In this city, on Thursday of meeting Jess here am for the clash. Tortorich formed from Jai ksonvi champion is en route. doesn't consent to this meeting, Domi-nleh will try and get Fulton and 1 (empsey. was hopeful I signing him lias been in-lle that the If Willard YOUNG SIGNS WITH TIGERS ONLY TWO HOLDOUTS LEFT eighth the time formerly requir the women of the emiiury w no 'undertaken the work. il by have ( I ; AsM.clli t I'll Press. 1 CHICAGO. March 9 Hugh Walker tutelassetl "Gunboat" Smith at Jopliii, Mc, In a twelve loucd fight. Vladek iH.y.s .ko won a one-fall triad 'i from Yussif llus'ine in one hour and .en nlnu(es at riniisMi, Tex. C. II. lirdman of i'-'m-tor. univer-ii. t' c-ijuallcil the ivoii.l'.s ricoirl when he won the fortv-ft ' yard high liuidle handicap from scratch in six seconds j flat, at Philadelphia. ; Corwin Huston of Detroit won the; National Amateur IS 2 Class A. billiarfl tournament, by defeating Charles Hed-j don, of low.iL-iac, Mich., 300 to 20 1. Huston won five games ami lost one' In tho tournament. David McAridles.s : of Chicago was second and Heddon third. Indiana lost its final Western conference basketball game to Iowa, 13 to 11, at Wouminglon, Did. "HI V AT 1IO.MK." If you buy out of (own anil we buy .nit of town, and all our neighbor-uy out of lown WHAT WIM. I5F. :iMK PF M! K TOWN? Kv. r thin! about it? HI V IN (.KKKN ItAV. football for the next three years. He was made an assistant professor ill phvsiiiU education. He Is a Wisconsin alumnus and made a good record with mediocre material here last fall. Richards left a post a.s superinleti-di nt of the Chicago south parks com-mission to come to the university. DKTROIT. March !. "Pep" -Young star second baseman of the Detroit Americans, has signed his BUS contract, it was officially announced to-,day. For several weeks it had been (reported that Young might be a hold out. Only two members of the i Detroit club have not signed their eon. 'tracts. They are Catcher Spencer and i Third Pusi'inai1 Vitt, Spencer, it is re I ported, may obtain a iosition as manager of a Pacific Coast League chip, 'but it Is expected that Yltt will soon omei to terms with the Detroit m.inag emcnt. WAR ATTITUDE OF LA FOLLETTE HIT Ail hard mm Republican Candidate for Senator Opens Fire on Wisconsin Solon. MADISON. Wis., March 9 - A great crowd cohered at the I'niversity of Wisconsin gymnasium Friday iii'ht to hear Congressman livlne I,. I.enroot republican eandiJaR1 for I'nited States senator, open bis campaign. Very early In his speech M' I.enroot met the question uppermost in tho minds of thousands of voters the question of how he stands with respect to Sen. It, M. Iji Follette. "I have been asked whether to eon-(leiun Senator I.'i Follette's attitude toward the war," sail he. "My record in congress upon the armed neutrality hill, the declaration of war and the conscription act, answers the question for 1 could not approve his attitude upon these questions without condemning my own. I do not approve of his attitude and I could not support any man who does approve it." Oiscusses War Issues. Mr I.enroot discussed the war In a big way, its causes and what will grow out of it. "We may thank God," he declared, "that this war Is being carried on upon foreign soil instead of on our own. No soldiers of the I'nited States is lying awake tor.iglu fearing that his wife or daughter may lie raped, the hands of his children cut off or his parents Mint. We may thank God that we are not fighting this war alone."- "To prevent this," Mr. I.enroot said, "no man ran make too great a sacrifice. There Is no duty which any man is engaged ia performing that should not be laid aside and every moment of his time between now and election day devoted to winning this battle for America and Wisconsin." Mr. Lenroot then read his loyalty platform and added: "I will not be turned a.:!de upon any other issue. When we pet this Job done of demonstrating Wisconsin's loyalty in both the republican and democrat parties, there will be time enotight to discuss the question of whether a republican r a democrat can best serve tho country in the senate." Hits at Democrats. Mr. Dcnroot said that, insofar us lie can direct it, tlie campaign shall be one of education. He did not overlook the democratic forces In this state which are busy trying to run the re. publican party. "There are some democratic newspapers in this state," hu charged, "that while professing loyalty to our country, are iloliu? what they ran to secure the nomination of .Mr. Thompson, they. for partisan advantage, desire to see jthe disloyal citizens of Wisconsin sue I coed In nominating the republican I candidate. I have more repect for Victor Berger than for them for ho is at least not a hyoerite. lu order to bring this about they have gone into v pretended frenzy over my record before the war. And to expose their hypocrary I am going to devote a few minutes to that record." He followed with an explanation of his vote on the .Mcl.euiore resolution, which he referred to ns a resolution warning Americans and therefore lrir.-t assume that he knows the quarters from which his chief support is derived." Win War. IIis Molixe. Mr. Benrnot declared it was unnecessary for hlni tn recite tho events lending up to IPs own candidacy, and followed with the statement that since he voted for the declaration of war last April, he has had but one motive In all his activities and that motive has beep and is now to help in every possible way to win tlie war. "That is the only reason I am before you ns a candidate," he said. "The ballots that fall one week from next Tuesday," he continued, "will not fall silently like the'"snov flake, but they will be heard around tho world. They wil Iho heard in Berlin They will be heard In Paris, in Irfin-rti n. They will be heard In every corner of the I'nited States. "Whether they shal' encourage our enemies abroad and at home or wheth er they shall cheer the patriotic hearts of this country. ;,lr soldiers in camp, crossing the sea, upon the plains of France, whether they shall servo to prolong or shorten the war, is the supremo issue in this campaign. Tho result of that vote will mean more than tho fighting: of many battles in France. "If it shall go forth on the night of the nineteenth of March that the forces opposed to the war, tho forces whose sympathies have not been with the government In this war, the forces made up in part of those who want Germany to win ag-.ilnst the I'nited SlateH have won in Wisconsin, then there shall be joy in Berlin, then there shall be joy In every disloyal heart in America. Then, Indeed, shall we he comiH'lled to admit that Wisconsin would rather be a province of Germany than one of the I'nited States." Issue One of Loyalty. "If Geremany wins." he said, "we must In self-defense, become a mill (ary nation, not only this year and next year, but for generations to eonie. We have but one aim nnd that is to secure pence a peace that shall Insure the continuation of the blessings of freedom to our own people, nnd with it of all peoples who desire It." Mr. I enront said the Issue in the senntorial contest Is one of loyalty, anil lidded, "I do not fear tho re stilt." "I believe the vast majority of Germans in Wisconsin -and in the I'liitd States, while their heart strings tiny he wrong, are true and loyal Americans," be declared. James Thompson, the Iji Follette candidate, Is the cauMldate around whom the enemies of this war are rallying, he charged. Whether Joseph i:. Da vies or Dr. Charles McCarthy are nominated by the democrats Is Immaterial from the standpoint of loyaltv. said Mr. I.enroot, because neither will receive any disloyal support. The disloyal support will be divided between Victor B. Bcrger, socialist, and Mr. Thompson, lie pointed out. Personally he has no quarrel with Mr. Thompson,! Mr. I.enroot declared. Then he made this statement: j "But one tiling I know, you know and he knows, and that Is bis princl- ( pal support comes from two groups of j citizens those who urn pro-German ' in their sympathies and are against i the I'nited States and tlnev who h'lvej opposed the war and the administration in carrying on the war. If he is not aware of that fact, then I submit bo lacks one essential qualification j that a I'nited States senator should j have, the ability to perceive the mo j fives of any group of individuals that j may urge him to a certain course of i action. I would not charge him with any lack of intelligence, against travel- j lng upon armed merohantships. !!lng the flags of belligerents." F.vplaiim (Jerntnn Horror. I During his discussion of the war, n a leading member of congress would discuss it,' Mr. Ienroot told the story, of war ridden Belgium, the slnkinir of j the Dusitania nnd Germany's ruthless ! warfare against Americans traveling! the high seas. I "Many American vessels were sunk and many American lives were lost." , be said. "This was cold blooded murder by Germany. Tho result was j war." I He traced some of the now famous Jammermann messages and other diplomatic treachery and said that in ad- dltion to the other crimes of the Oer-, man Imperial government. It stands a . confessed liar. He emphasized the thought of President Wilson that when the time comes to discuss peace, :j the l nited States government prefers to deal with the people of Germany, that it can't trust the kaiser. Health Resort "Hut short distance from here" MUD BATHS "NATl'KK'S (IKK I'OH" R H E U f I A T I S H IX.'.i;.M. AND KINOKKD IMSKASKS. '.Vonilirful results In a vrrj tihort time. Wo also specialiio In the treatment uf DIAfil.H.S IlIilbllT'S DISIvVM;, BRAIIDI K TKOl IM.F.S. SIX-KIIIS. SCIATICA, AKlllKITl.s, t.Ul T. I.I Ml!.(iO, l.TC. Tor Free Houklet Adilrrs WAIKICSIIA MOOIC HATH CO All (he ear Round. WA I KKSI I.V. V l.NCUNMN. r ' - . i . ' 4. " r'-'"'S V". """BUI,-, 9 .m.wmv vnJ' ((wm-VbMivf.. w . . till ; The enjoymont of a good Cigar is realized by the man who smokes our Cigars. Boxed Cigars Boxed Candies Tobacco For Your Soldier Boy. Secure Your Press-Gazette Here. . m my papfks i'ok nai.i; ZADEN'S CORKER Broadway and Mason Sts. Sell us your chickens. Schwalbe Restaurant. ss. List o Canciiciates COUNTY OF BROWN, City of Green Bay I, W. L. KERR, Clerk of said City of Green Bay, do hereby certify that the following is a list of the names of all the persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in this office, and who are entitled to be voted for at the primary election to be held in the City of Green Bay, on the 19th day of March, 1918. MM fe:i i ti (ilium if , 1 LI 111 I l D i I I t I I I E CITY OFFICER COUNCILMAN NON-PARTISAN NAME AND ADDRESS WINFORD ABRAMS, 919 South Quincy Street. JOHN S. FARRELL, 7 I 1 Lincoln Street i . -. rjn .Ji-L A iv i , :ir.nn anil Siat U Ciivirs. fililKN ItAV AWNING AMI TI NT ( II. I'hnne .ti:i So. .lshingtnn St. Dr. L. L. Mouthuy's Sanitarium The Polls will be 6pen from 6 o'clock in the morning until 8 o'clock in the evening and will be located as follows: First Ward, First Precinct Booth intersection of Adams and Washington streets. First Ward, Second Precinct Booth corner of Webster Ave. and E. Mason street. Second Ward Booth intersection of Monroe Ave. and Howe street. Third Ward Booth north end of Jackson street, adjoining hay market. Fourth Ward, First Precinct Booth foot of Irwin Ave. Fourth Ward, Seco'hd Precinct Booth corner of Willow street and Webster Ave. Fifth Ward, First Precinct Booth corner Doty street and Webster Ave. Fifth Ward, Second Precinct Booth corner of Doty and Baird streets. Sixth Ward, First Precinct Booth Broadway between Kellogg and Elmore streets. Sixth Ward, Second Precinct Booth Chestnut Ave. near Dousman street. Sixth Ward, Third Precinct Booth corner of Ashland Ave. and Elmore street Seventh Ward, First Precinct Booth corner of Hazel street and Shawano Ave. Seventh Ward. Second Precinct Booth corner of Oakland Ave. and School Place. Eighth Ward, First Precinct Hose house, Fourth street. Eighth Ward. Second Precinct Booth corner Ninth street and Broadway. ' Given under my hand and seal at Green Bay, Wis., thi.j 9th day of March, or Nature f'nr nstM'INhnunt hv V;itT, Ft .mi. Iiry M"t ..r nn.i K. 1 1 v, nil. r )" nH'tiinlH "f the faiimi's iltrtr. I'awl V tilt. s tn i:ri(,iami. St U. kn ii- In ' Jrrniit n v. M. K. V. Jiu:ipml nnti C Ju-noil In I'arts. . pfrial nt f nti'iri to chrontf, lon-ft.inlint und ton-call tj iiK-tiralilu clia-i I'ositiv !v (Inn, ro m dii-in n CurutiVf niixtur mad. ft uist valna-l I i mrdici n.'i 1 Iwrl. i:u Ks and ruota KHt ht-rcil liy l tic dnrt'ir hf ui: -(, in Smith's t: rti"iiH ar.t n it: (i Imtiii placed In I)Kur and i'.rfwn i it t i ' h. Vor further parMculars cali or write: IMC. !i. MOl Till V. ir.1'9 Morrow St. iNrar Smith Itrosi.. K. Ic GKFKN X'.Y. WIS. W. L. KERR. Citv Clerk. O. W. PINCHARD CHIROPRACTOR 410 Bellui-Buchanan Bldg Ollice hours 10-12 a. m.. 2-5 and 7-8 p. m. Phois 12S3. Res. 4536. BRINGING UP FATHER Copyright 19!. bauibrrliiln' Conith ll-iii'dy a I'm-Hrlii fur "ililn. ,T I.. KnHlcv, Mhcoh, III., in ppcaklnir nf Chariili'i'l:iln'H CoiikIi tii'inrdy ram. "I nirlnir the past iu'tfn y r ' it 'has lii'i-n inv rirtff'n f.ivorlto rnnil-.'Ini. for colds on tho Iudkk. I invHOlr liavp tnk n M a iiiiMilirr of liiiu s whrii prorni'i i.v. .'vjv. REMEMOC-MR.TETMPO COMIN,1U? EVENlNCi TC PUroRU NO I WNT Vou to de auiET- r I WISH HIM THE Fu(Tcrin ri'liuv 'J in Only tonight and Sndiy left to see Cavalieri and The Dancing Girls. Come! Don't wait! Orpheum. I'LL LOCK TM PIANO AtSO THROW THE KEy AVAX-ME'LL NOT PLAV HERE TONICHT- ) ntfrrmttrnal N- "rrv. S';i'i V , I ... V x ?( m nn i in 3l a a L-UJ S! 1 X. J 1 I'M 'jOWX'MR tempo- &OT I CAN'T OPEN THE PIANO - r. ; I t-t By GEORGE McMANUS oh: THri ALL RHT mm " . J. ' W "T II 1 ! 7 1 I ' J mm ii .ai.' J . 7. r --A ' St'1? W $S i p T7 I BROUGHT C U j MY HORM- j p orr Qj2ISii') !. -

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