Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1928 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 24, 1928
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PAGE FOUR ^•r • THg TOLA DAILY REGJSTKR. TUESDAY E lOLA DAILY REGISTER CHAS-I F. SCOTT Ehtt-rcU 11% thH lola I'ostofflcc St'COIltl ClilSS SI ^jtltT. Telephone i (Prlvnte Branch IJxi'linnjre Connecting : All Departments). NOT SO BAD. It seenw to be the Style to beliitle _ America's "fforts and accompllsh- B!=,iiicnt» ill tlif World War. Tlx" I European coiiritrle.s are inclined to 18 ridicule UK. tliouRli lliey were scared SUBSCRIPTION RATES • By Carrier In lola. Gas City, l.aHarpe and Bassetl. One Week 15 Cent? • One .Monih 70 CentF One Ycir IT.80 BY MAIL . Outside Allen County One Yonr KM • Six Month.'; J2.T5 ,' Three Months ....... J1.5C In All^ County wlihe till we f;ot in. and even a bip element-in our own country refuse.s 10 Kive our force.s aiiy credit. But [(lifre is soniPthinK as to _our aircraft service th^t is not jto be sneezed at: According to the I.,ondon Times American aviators shot down 755^ Uiemian airplanes and 71 Oerman- KhfJont'^iii::::'. bsiiioon.-* dunriK the Throe Months ti.2n' perio<l of our official participation in the World War. In the same MOTHER HUBBARD WEI^T TO THE CUPBOARD— Member of— National Editorial Association.. Kansas Press Association. The Kansas Dally League. Audit Bureau of Circulation. Press Congress of the World. Official Paper City of lola. Official Paper City of Bassett. Official Paper Alien County. - MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Tlip Iti-Kistf-r furri'-s tin- As.-'wlatpd Pr«»!5R p-port l>v s!"-<ial lf:i.-'.'»I »vire Tln'i.Xfoiiatfil IVi'ss is <'Xclii>ilvfly en- titl<<l_i'> ih.- usi' for [•.•pnblic.'iitiim of iili neyyn ilispatchps ri—ditJ-d to It or not ol icruis.- oreilitc'l In Ihl.s juiper, nnil al-o tin- lociil jicws i>nl)li.shpd lien. In. A\ rishts'or n-piil.liiM.tlon ot pp«'. j'iiil il sp:iich.'s In I'in ill".- also re- S'TV-Oll.; yiH. nmuKu' SI'EKCH. The: inosi impoitant mterunce yet matle ;it tlie I'aii-.\niericani'on- fereuce in session at Havana;was lliat of Mr. Charles Kvan.s Hughes {at ilie dinner Saturday nipht whiph was aftended liy all the dflf'Kate.s. In this address Mr. Hushes made a stali-nient of tlie jiolicy of ilie Uuilcii .States witli reference to the Latin American .countries which - was so franlc and candid and so obviously tr,ue that it could liot but .: have )mj)ressfd those who liearil: it _ with it^ complete sincerity. .liidKi? Hughes told Ihe dcIeKafeH the I'niti'd .Slates hail no iinperifil • ambition, no desire to acquire ail- ditionai territory or to iui|iose its rule, II )on any otiier country. In proof Of" lliis he i-ilid the oc.ciupa- (jion of Santo ndmingo. made nec- /'e.s.sary by the condilion of anarchy which prevaiii'd there at the lime. "An ^oon as we entered the coiin-' "try." said .lurtRC Hujjhes. "we Iie- KJin phmnini? to net out. When' our mission was accomplished and the eojiiitiy had licen iia<ified aiiU - its goycriiment stabilized, we KOt I out. If we had cherished any ini- . perialistic purpose, wc could have stayed;" In similar terms tlie'former Sec- j period German aviators' shot down iJ57 of our airplane.s and .'il of our 'balloons. The grand total of the Rriin score was: The Tnited States, S2t; victories (iermany, 391 victories. .\ 'Our fliers ^^-on their war in the air by a margin of more than )i to 1. The title of "Ace" was giv^n to each flier who .shof down ^iVc or more enemy aircrafj. We had 7i> aces. They shot down 537 of the enemy's aircrafls. Twelve of our aces fell in these combats. ' Meis- urcd by the yardstick of authenticated victories, our uces thus took a toll of victories as against losses in the ratio of nearly ia to 1. It seems incrcditable, but these are the figures. I Wars, .piisi and future, consumed "S2 cents of Ihe taxpayer's dollar last ye^- All other expenses of the federal government had to be met put of the aggregate sum represented by the other 12 cents of each dollar collected Xrom American Industry and out of the pocTtet books of American citizens as Individuals. .Moreover, no less an authority than Secretary'of the Treasury Mellon slated three years ago that this must continue to be the Inevitable situation so long as war 1.4 the method of settling International dls- jiiites. In the face of this statement one would think that a.s a mere matter of economic.'', oi:., reducing ta.xcs, everybody wouldinot only favor a resort on the pai*t of otir Covcriiitient to every possible device that might lessen the prospect of war, but would urgently demand such resort. . And yet the sentiment iwhicU makes itself most public, perhaps it really Is the , , .dominant .sentiment. Insists that we ri'tarj-of .Slate referred to our pres- , ,., j, , ... , ,, ,' j have nothing to do with the League of .\ations or the World Court, )ihe two international organizations which e.xist for no other purpoiie ent occupation of Haiti jirf^sence in .N'icaragiia. and our We will (Hiit Haiti at any time there is ren-, soiiiiltl.- prospert of stability there, as we will leave Nicaragua when Ihe duly tliat. calls us there is I jieil'oiiiied. "We wish' .Vicaragiia i to 1)1' slr<ini:. prosperous and inde-1 Iii'iidi'lit. We enfcreil to meet im | iiiii >iM 'iitlvi' but tiiiiporary exiKen< y JUKI vj-e shall retire as soon as il ,is posjsible." •riure is nothing new in what _.\Ir. Hiiglies said. Kliliii Root while .Si'iTctary of Stale, travelel to ail the South American republics.with precisely _ I he same me.^safie. llul 'a ri'vival of the cry of "Itiiperial- Ism." partly by -Kuropean i)owers who have a very obvious motive ~ _in their hope to inci^case their own tradf in tills hemisphere by <'ieat- inR ill will toward III-- I'nlted Slates, and partly by sincere but ignorant and misguided upliflers in this country who seem lo'luCron- vinced that in any controversy with a foreign power tlieir own country is always and inevitably wrong, makes il desirablii that the ancient truths should be told acain. '. ^ Kvcry American who keeps in touch with bis <-ountr>''s d|plomacy knows that we have no policy of aggression, no ilesire to trespass uiioii the territory of-any other nation. If such desire had existed we ncv( r would liavc got .out of f'uba or" Santo Donvingo. We i-woiild'not get out of Haiti or Nicaragua. We could long ago have taken what we liked of .Mexico for we have not lacked provocation; All we desire of our neiglibors to the Soutli is that they I)e strong and prosperous and independent, w-itli stable governiiients ' through which all their national duties may be performed. .Mr. Hughes s.tated this old and familiar policy with new clearness and force and in doing so added another to the many services he has rendered the Uepublic. It Is gratifying to note ihat llie delegations from, all the various nations vied with one another in commending tlie sivech and exiiressing their confidence that it stated accurately and frankly, fully and sincerely, the policy of Ihe I'nited Stales. than to reduce the posslbillly war; It is a queer world. I\ TIIK I».\Y '.-S XJTUS. The .National^ Council of State I Legisl.'itors. which haa. been or- W]M. H. 31.4 Y. Funeral services for Wm. B. May. 70,; I who died at his residence near Katy, Texas, at 4:-4.S a. m., Tuesday, January 17, from uremic acid poisoning, were held at the residence at 2::trt p. in., Wednesday, and at thechurcli of the Methodist-Kpisco- pal at :; o'clock. The Uev. .Mr. •Mangum officiated. Burial nas in the Katy cemetery where members of the I. O. O. P. had charge of the services. Mr. May was born near Clayton, 111,, Augiist 2C, 1857. In 1S79 he married Rosella Ortoii of t.'layton. In 18S6 he, with his family, moved to Allen county, Kansas. Katy became his home in 1913. He is survived Ijy hi.s wife, one .son. Vernon, of Katy. one daughter. Mrs. Mary E. Morrison of Kansas City, and thret- gramichil- dren. Mrs. Vivian I'litcbeti and .AlisH Cleo Morrison of Kansas City, .Mr. Charles Frame also two neices and their families. ' Two daiinlittis preceded him in death. He was an active membor in church work until health failed. Many old residents of Alien county J .will remember his helpfulness at ganized to oppose any .step in Con-|^Ve»Iey Chapel, which he belp.-.l to gress or State Legislature to de-j-biiild on his own leim: also at the MORANNEWS OF THE DAY Hold Fnn«>r»l J. M. Paul at Pres. Iijrterlan rhnrrh^—Rnmble - Faihlly Rrnches Desilna- tlon In Texas. part from coiistitutloniil government or "that tends toward a de-1 striictioti of States' rights in nn^ alleged interest of progress." has sele^'teil as its first president, John Henry Kirby of Houston. Texas, for many years a progressive leader in the Southwest. .Mr. Kirby is a Mildredn clirch. where he served liotb cm the iiuildiiii; comiifittee and as superintendi-ut of tlie Sunday school. He was tlie last sui^'ivor of 'a family of si.v cliildren. and a sou of that brave Captain T. -May. of Clayton. HI., who died in line of battle while in command of hi.s own Jielghborhood l)oys who had voliiii- Te.van born j anil; educated, and a I leered to serve under him. lawyer by tjallliig. who was soon ilrawn liway from lawbooks and clients to lumbering. For more llian forty years he has owned and developed Inige tracts of timber In Texas, as well as' administered large investments of -northern cap-, italists In (he same kind of property. t)iiriiig;,tlie war liis services were enlisted byl the Federal (Jov-, eminent to aid the Emergency Fleet Corporation in the production, storage and distribution of lumber. ni 'other .May-was a member of the I. O. O. F.. Ancient Order of ifnlted Workman, and Woodmen of he World, i He had many friends here who regret his pa.ssing. and they showed their esteem for him and his family by their many kind administration in their hours of need. Mrs. .May. Iieing just out of the ;hospital, was not able to attend the funeral services. Also, from reason of sickness, the daughter could not attend. Those of relatives who attehded were Mr. Oren Pyle and his s'on and d.aughter. of i Houston. Texas.—A FRIEND. Pnreiif-Teachers' .Vssoototlon Holds Siieillnir .Ualrh Friday Mcht. Church Elects Oi'i'Icers (.Mrs. A. F. Hoi I.-n. I n .VS. Kaus., Jan. 23.—.Mr. and .Mrs. .Morris Rosenbaugh an<l children were Sunday dinner guests at tho home of Mr. aiiij .Mrs. Clarence I'otu-r. The P. T. A., will hold a spelling; match at the sclnM) next; Friday night. Everybody come out and help make it interesting. Mr. and .Mr-s. Ell ^Cllsworth entertained tile following at a social lime Saturday evening. .Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Fox and .-^on. Rex. .Mr. and. .Mrs. H. li. llenton and children. .Mr. and .Mrs. A. F. Holten and son. K;:>>d molored t'o ritt.sburg Saiurilay lo bring ' Fern, who ha .J bci'u alJt-iiilliig coUegn there, home. 1 .Mr. ;!ii(l .Mrs. M. Ro.-^enbaugh eii- ti-i-!aiu<il ut a supper Friday niglit the follinving: .Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence r .iiter and chil<lreu an<l Mr. and .Mr.-^. Henry Potter and daughter. Hl-^.-;ie, of East Cas. .Mrs. 'I'errill Hounof Pilt.sburg, was a caller at the Eilwanl Russell home .Sunday afternoon. Mrs Russell ai-ctouipanied her io PiiUs- burg for a visit. The W. C. T. r. will meet next Friilay afternoon at the schooi- hoii.-e. The Ladies' .Aid will not meet this week as there is no special work. .Mr. and .Mrs.. L. K. Chezem motored to Hepler Sunday and spent llie day •W'itli tiie lormer'.-j^ pareut!^, .Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chezem. .Mr. and .Mrs. <;ien nickerson were Sunday evening callers at the parental nickersou luime. .Mr. L. H. Ii<ediiig will leave today (.Montkiyt for Pittsburg to attend tlie K. S. T. C. The Sunday school election was held at the .M. E. church Thursday night for the i-oming year. The following officers were ' elected: Superintendent. .Mr.s. A. 'T.Cundy: as.sistant superintendent. Mrs. R. S. Goble: secretary. Jliss Dorothy Beaton; treasurer, R. S. (loble: pi- .U.0V7.O i: H.illBISOX Alonzo C. Harbison, the se<-ond child of iMr.'and MrJ. L. T. Harldson, was borni near .Mford.sville. (Mrs. C. H. Ford) ; MOBAX, Kan. Monday Jan. 23.— The fine weather Is greatly appre- clatecf and we hope it continues Indefinitely. - • - ' .Funeral services for Mr. J. iM. Paul death occurred lost .Monday ni^rht at ten o'clock was held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock and was attended by a i largo company of friends who |cain«t to pay their last t'ribute of respect to one who had so long been one^ of our most fatnlllar figures and to extend sincere syni- patliy to the bereaved family. The s.ervlce was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Peck, pastor of the chtirch, whose address was a fine tribute to the long well spent life whose christian faith that iiad continued since young manhood deepened sis death drew near. The musical prdgrain was especially l>eautiful. and was given 'by a quartet composed of .Mr. AV. E. North. Mrs. Walter Cllnc, Mrs. Claude Taylor, .".nd Mr. Arthur Mendell atrconipan- led ty iMiss. -Mary McKitrl'ck and altogether was most fitting anil very comforting indeed to the sorrowing relatives and friends. Interment was- made in the .Moran cemetorV under the efficient care ot Mr. C. M. jRalston. Word from tlTe Oliver Rumbel family states that they readied their rfestination at Farr, Texas, early last week, and that they had rented a cottage and were furnlsh- 'ng it ready for occupancy. .Moran friends sin6erely hope the fine warm \veather there at this season of the year will readily prove beneficial to .Mr. Rumbel who went tliere for his healtii. Mrs. W. J. Rumbel who accompanied her son's family, expects to return home; in the ."prliigtime. • LO.ST—Wri.Kl watch. Finder please notify Hattie Nolen' Reward.' The new.-; of llic death of Dr. Jolin W. Crooks of Seattle. Wash.. w!ii(-h oc. iirred .laiiiiary (i. wa.s re- bornj near Ind.. Deccmberr 27. !lSG.«; and de-1 c ived within* a few days but not. parked this Jife;, January 19. 192S until, this week were any of the details learned. The iollowin 7 RABBiT-. t -l* M\SS, \-r MAKES ^ RAS BiTe. •^PEcr -fH' RAv <e's FER T' RAKE. EM OoTurt -TH* BOG MO SOH ! oe. RAv<e »S FO ' AFTER AH Constantine Pappzadiuiilirakop- ^.Jiolos recently- flli;'l r -T|" r.-^ In (Uc coyns at .N'eVvark. .\. .J.. seeking citizenship. Roll your own wheeze around that name. The Clilnese are rather addicted to suicide. Right now the most popular method seems to be to pin on their breasts a ('ommunlst rbadgif. i Almut 4.6()(> students from the Philippines, it Is estimated, are attending schools and colleges In continental United Statets. ~ MO. U.S.MT. err. 1 Oim.nmA tamo, me^ .at the home Of his sLster Mrs. Cur-r-,V ;'rp fr^m The .Seattle "wTlT be Us Llngenf<dt«;r. Aloui^os child-, r^ad by many oM iriends with hood days \v.er6 spent in Indiana.! sympathetic interest: Funeral The family pjored to Mis-siourl in s<^>v"«es for Dr. John W. Crooks. ISSl and remaiited there until MUl. a physician in Seattle for twenty- In 1901 they i^oved to Oklahoma f'Sl'^ >'ears who died Thursday for a shoru'time. the faiiiilv re- "o"" at Providence hospital will moved to Missouri ind in 190fi '>« hd'' 'his afternoon tSunday; came to-LaHartie. Kansas. iat "'ffc o'clock from the chapel Ho profes.sed faith In Coil, united jo' "le Bonney Watson Undertaking with the .Methc^Iist church in his K ^ompanV- Burial will be in Wash- youth, eve.r .striving tb live a Godly i*"'" cemetery. Dr. Crook.s. a na- llfe. The fathei- died February 27. t"'e of Olalhe. .Kansas, was .-.2 years of age and a .sraduate of Baker rniversity. Hal<lwin, Kansas. 1917. If was. tlven that .\lonzo became most affectionately the dose companion iif j: his | mother, the mother then making her home with her children. He sought for employment where he <;ouId ever b.; "near her., where lie might in' some way a<linii!istrr to Her needs. If n:other wanted :to take :•. visit in some othfr statfe Alonzo was ever ready H) accbinpany her in visiting with her children, until .May 29. 1926. the mother passed awa.v. Kansas Univi-rsity and the Pittsburgh .Medical college. Suivivlng are I his widow. .Mrs. Effie Mess- ingijr '"rooks. 312. 29th .Ave., two •laughters. Kiith and .Mildred Crooks, hofh Uuiyersity of Washington students ' an<l two sons. John and James Crooks. Dr. Crooks was a inen>her of the University golf dirb and during his college years wa.-s a member of the The deceased had been In declin-i'«"">' f"" t*'^'"^, /he University of Kansas and Baker University. The deepest sympathy ing health for ii number of yea/s and failing /aster In health has been making hjsj home with his g<ies out to Mrs, Crook.s- at this brothers and- sisters, the most ni """P ^rom; her old .Moran friends. i!is time beink -sp^nt with two sis- rcmymlicring her better as ters. one living In Illinois and ilie;^"*'« . .Messinger whose other in Indiana; i near Loogooteei;'•''?''n>'»S per-jonality won for her His death was due tb a coniplica- f '"sbest esteem from all who lion of diseases^ Two^ brothers and ""^t ''f'' «1"""B the years in which one sister pre*e{lctl him to the ^^'^ associated with her father, great beyond^ with three brothers and three sisters left to mourn, bo- sides a large; clTde of other relative.'! and frli'n^s. , .-Monzo was al- way.^ ready to l^nd .'^Jjelping hand and will <be .sadiy; mlSsed by those with whom he associated. All was done that lovjng; hands could. The call came anti^e iell asleep in Ihe arms of Jesi^s. -V short seivij;eiwas held in the home ami .the bpdy was shipped Immediately ILO tola. Kansas. January 22, iit Sle->pers service room the relatkvcs- sbid friends listened to t&e 'beirut^fitl songs and the splendid tall? glvjcn *y the Rev. E. N; Moiitgomerj'L of#the United Brethren church. The body was taken to Highland cemetery and laid by the >£ide of the. parents.— Contributed. .. ^ :^ auist. Mrs. Ncll^,•'Ijowe; librarian. Violet Holten; •>• snperintendent of cradle roll. Slr^. John Dodd. .No dianges were made in the church election except that members were added to the board of stewards. ; : 4 ••••M »»»»!>0»»»»»*<»»; :: OPEN NdStF^ILS! END i: \\ A CaL9 JDI^ CATARflH i; • ' i ^ • < ' ; How To Get ReKef When Hesd ;; and No8« are Stuffed Up. < > Mr. Frank .Messinger In the mercantile business. The Messinger family is bearing double sorrow at this time including the very serious illness of .Mr. Messinger, who w-as stricken with paralysis at his home. 2-13G Jackson Ave., Kansas City, -Mo., August 13 and since that time has been an Invalid his right side being entirely helpless and leaves his bed only a short time each day as he is assisted to his invalid chair for the little rest this change affords him. Olu friends' who remember Mr. Messinger as one-of Moran's successful business men for so many years, are greatly grieved to learn of bis helpless condition and shaife with the family their anxiety and sorrow at this time. • Many friends arc glad to know Coiinly flityii Vour cold in head or catarrh disappearK Vour cln ^ved nostrils will <ip«'n, the air | pasHaiteft of, yonr head will ^letir and yoa can breathe freely.. iXoimoW snulUing, fi;r .ikiiig. luuroua'discharge, dryness or headache: nv atrugglidg for breath at night. . 1 Cet a i-niall ijofitlc of Ely's Cream Baltn from wiiir .dtvijjsrifttiiid applj' * lilUe of thU fragmni ihtii«'ptic cream iu your nostril.s. 1^ p <<netrit<'!» through e \Try air pn8 <age of tW- h<ad, noothing and healinfT the pollen lor inflamed niuciMi-iiM-ni )>rane, gii'ing you instant relief. Head cuUs and c^jTtarrb yield like magic. Don't star ttiiffed-up and miierablc. Relie'f rit liire. , Don't Filss Widi Mustard Plasters! Don't mix a mess of mustard, ikiar and water when you can r^ie\'e pain. SOTeness or stiffness .with a little dean, white Mustexole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mustard and other helpful insredients, and takes the place of mustard plasters. Musterole usually gives prompt relief from sore throat bronchitis, tonsillitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheti; matism, hnrjliago, pairs and ach^ of the backer j<jsnts. sprains, sore muides, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of tlie chfest (itanay prevent pneumonia). _^'A20.0DmiENT , 4lai lint nocMT will be ndmdadif itfaWVicaiih latobMwith withtlM pU.pJl )*7fc ;orta K i T Breath Bad? End it this simple way Nothinc U more dUacreeabi^ tban bad breath. Bod it by uiinc Cbamberkin-ta Tablet*. Fle«Mat,ea«y totake,tbercad bad l>reata by xcmoving tbe catue— iMOC iBcettion. Alio end CB»-patiii. biliaamcM, constipation, and tone up liver. Fifty and 25-ccnt pocket abtes at drngtfita. For free (ample, write Cbamt>crlaia Mediciae Co.. 507 6xh Ave.. De* SColiiM. JamSu, CHAMBERlAiirS TABLETS"a»» that .Mra. Rov:Cox Is getting.-along: nicely .ajnce ft surgical -opeJiration performcfl at the Chanute Ijosplt-^ al early last week. It »» greatly^ to be hoped clie will soon he cWe to return hoijie. Paul Scher has been sutferins the last few days from 3 "badly .sprained ankle. The injury js iioc so will Ije sometime, before coniplere rec<ivery can b^ expected. * Mrs. Lloyd' tVinslow.^ is irtprov- ing after, several ,day.s of illness with flu. Frirtidsl hope she will soon be fiiUv recovered. When a man says a woman un- derscands him'thoroughly it merely means she^l iets him haw his own way. : HARDM»KE&.j JJnceiasT' RHEUMATISM May bfs relieved by rational treatmenl— 'it can not be rubbed away. Are you one of those unfottui nates who suffer with pains in your muscles<i and joints,"; commonly called rheumatism, making you miserabl2i, less efficient, interfering with your working hours, ruining yqur sleep? " You may chaye tried many things v.'ithout rriief. Why not ti-y S.S.S.? For more than 100 years it has l^een giving relief in thousands of eases.-as testified to in unsolicited letters of gratitude. "I suffered^, from rheumatism for a good mSny years. At=time3 my joints ^^ould swell so, I couldn't walk. I tried almost everything. Went to Hot Springs . . . C then iiaally decided to try S.S.S. I took 'a course. Ih a short time the rheumatic pains entirely left me. I am now in perfect health, and w^ant to add that I have tried all kinds of medicines but I think S.S.S. is the best." Earl=C. Campbell, 115 West Main Street, Johnson City, Tcnn. S.S.S. is purely vegetable. It is extracted from the fresh roots of medicinal plants and herbs and gives to Nature what .she needs in building you up so that your system throws off :the cause. S.S.S. is sold at all good drug stores in two siies. The larger size is more economicaL SjsautJ/ul ORK;I\.VL HE .sifixs We have long since gotten away fxom the old stereotyped designs in monuments, memorials and markers in the adoption of a series of designs which originated with us. We shall be glad at ,iny lime lo show you these and to give you an estimate on.the cost of the memorial, appropriate lettering and ereeting in irlace in the family burial plot Why not see iw about it now? ^^h^oisj u M E : N T ^ 301 SOUTH KELtEY THEATRE TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK >(0 Matinees;^ Nights 20c and 50c DUBINSKY BROTHERS SirOCK COMPANY ORIGINAL NO. 1 SHOW THE SHOW Y6U ALL KNOW Biehl Family Orchestra Three Bijj -Vaadeville Specialties Between Acts—^Toby Shelto^, the Boy Who .Makes You La.ugh Tonight's Play—>^ Three-Act Comedy Drama "Winning Back Oi^phildren^' Friday's Play—rFeature of the Week i "SEVENTH HEAVEN" .[ YOU'VE HEARD OF THE PICTURE—NOW SEE THE PLAY Uoors Op^n 6 :!.'>; a reels of Pictures i^t 7; Ciirtaln 8.- Admission 20c and 50c. Complete Change of Frbgrami Daily TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell in WILLI AM fOX PAexeNT.r Heaven j.s_ where yoa lind it- —Diane the Paris street waif, found her's with Ghieo in a Pari.s garret. The war broke out—every daj' at the appointed hour they, held- communion with each othfr. though he wa.s in a shell-, hole in No Man's Land arid she in a Paris garret. Laugii- ter that .sparkle.s through tears—Drama touched with patho.s and pulsing with thrills. You've heac^ of the play, now .'>-ee the picture. " C«mfdy, "The Ix)w Niecker"—Aesop's Fables an^ Topics'of the Day, Matinee 10c-25c; Night I0cv35c ^1

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