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lOLA DAItY REGISTER. Short But Sweet' b It vvayrhis 'MuL on Itht- (1iM):ii fomiwfU. I c ihrouKh 1)1 of, waJ" nnlf. iUiiUI 'Ml l)yi 'I 'alUil lintl fortltuflc' iT <i iicjiicc iiifl (ri (li I iliy |)tou| . ... neck ujie [proud Hiist ^eiifcH Oo<l'.s lifjphloij I I worU pursued. of Scoj.li inibu I'd •And Btinlar. ricjd 1 • prilseB loud, l\ml Worco .slt'r's aiiroutu ! >('l ^uicli reii ai is' •^"o conquer, still;, pejice victories , 1 No U'ps ronowiici : * f (WH arise •fUrcaitening to l»ind secular' chains. Jlclp us to save | f ri I from the pawi, . 6f, Iiirelljlg wolye^^, w ilieir maw. . i lan war; ne\y |[)ur si'Uls witli cy li' tiii(> null Mevtiiii i'Tlie Unity club ^I'tornooiii in ibe I{ rjooni with Miiis ^n<l .Mr.s..K. V. IViijsclIf as b .; Mrs. I). l*in^ liitchey bad cbarjrc T&ra .Kllrliry fiiviifK of Aiii^f Lowell arid- I ya<j-«in;j;. the .^iitKor'' I, n , , ^'>«- C. L. HoyUjIr.si J. T. Ueid. | after the dinner 1 let >losterd!iy , mi-^. f:. H. Shicbls] N^rs. U P. Stover — • • indrirks istesscK; ud .Vlis. L'. J. if, tlM- les.siin. be bi jKif.ipby hlrs. Lund re­ al riiadini a number «f| . IJoIl c: II rrspouY' KJirubs Suilaijl.- ((il- Ilciijutifying i. J|ome l!r(iu!ids." : ftefresbnients . i ^r-ije scijved .quartette • .tables «: •ntere siveet: p'ras.'. .\s t lis was iiieelinB for .Mr*. 1. :i. Ousi siie- goes to join le son Ypr^ Cit.y l« niak • J er In . nicnibers ijre.'^i-nlejl J er a ofl sweet. ii (!as. i : • :Tbe ni'-lnibers i ill ilie %vcrc: , Mr;-. J. II. Soi.erhy, Koiil. Mrs. K. i:. Opor^c; Tajlbeil. .Vli MrM.i At UJ. SI roup. Him Scotj. i,lr>^. J. II Lhhd, hirH. .\. O. 0«ntioii. .Airs. Huriliev! Arnold 1: GcoiTgel C. Dalgarnk jr.. .Milf K. H. Cook. Mrs. P. H. (a.-. and Miss Kjizibetb ((I (>»ldeii !Mi>s. IVi liani Uitlow was yesterday afternoon ti the members of aie Goljden Unli iflub h^me at •109 North Pirsi si| k)resid< W. A| iThie Iniccting was by,trie jircisidont, .Mrs ruff, i Mrs, papei", : ••Importan{t poeni. "A i Kellowjs read I by Airs. Fret^ new 'names • were W. .M. Wipliams Event i. ^. . ,, . . ,, .) ,'l 'if^''Tr''w '7 iKuest at the G»mmd PbSl Beta sor- in«mber!}b,p m the(cl.|b. Tfie ho.st-, .^^ y^^^^ . ess was afisisted b\ ziis' seilving reCresl mothers present v|ci^(|: Rjindr, Mrs. Lora Fi^e B^ulf h Funk. . tractions natbhlCHU KtiorloUB croWned fort- and h4ii til blood resojund; jthy wreath; ath" llcr hose fo|lQW6d by tho I qhhud. which wak a ROneral (llscuHftipn 6t the Amcrl- cnn Iifdinni wuk ;the Alpbn Circle progrtijin last iiltfht in Uic guild room bf the Pr^ubyterlan church.' Jlls^ G&orRU Orldou dnd ]M\it{ Har- .rlot H^lbcrt contributed Interest- hiK Iteans on. Ihie iHubJfect.i Kleciion of odlcerB fori the coming ye^r resulted iiit folloiwa: Misa Christine HenrlcH(J,,re4eIected president; Miss 'Margaret Shannon vice-president; Miss ijatriett .Hulbert. re-electod secretary, and Miss Estber Kratz, ticasiirer. Plans were made for a leaktj sale • next Satunlay. Miss Eleanor Neynian was a guest, * •> Ilosfcss to Iiridf;(;;<'l|ib Amerirnu Leiclvu lliiiileiil "Nwcf'lfarurt Trtwn," Pit yeA to n LatKc Amwnierf^Udo, iUMBOLOT. M^Kinlcy waH t Moh hospital foil M (FraiiciB pulvcr) tltji'.-, and it) not well now us he haa been- for si! wt'ekit , In the McKinley wa< UJ Hi'b. 'JS. ik,icn to the .Ircatnieut McKinley haklifen lit foi- thought to early winle klon to the jCOIRO Llobn- odny. sorai; |)c uN vera! Mr. (^aiita e he Fe hospital at T iipeka whei underwent two leious opel-ations. He was (hoiight| (jo be rietoverins after he retunieu hj6re. but a i " ' • " back his ci relapse has set cscence. 1". A. llail»l)a< ; business, tjip to ! Oklahoma." r j The Humboldt Jlr.*. G. K. ronilirvis wa.s Imstess for ,jts regular d yestenlay afterndon 'to the mem- in the basement bers or. her bri^lte |elub, in her Man church ton e conscience I ,,o,„^,_ ,„5j Jieksmi avenoe. o^ the PrtMlVyter- R^jt. .A' d'-l (iou!-1 • ilii'.nor was serve I by the niei ibers siioH of the- kork- i.,;,..^..! StJijdleri played Iiish „f the fourth die [gospel IS , c.p .sts iW ^ro: .Mrs. P. S.' Hoojeiy „f tlii i .Mitchell. .Mrs. Jt, XjCirlffin and -Mrs. i j,t|pn,|j,ij,.,. „• •J. G. .Stadler. 'l.ji|au:hi was served, i t.nt.,\n enthusia^ The.se menibers weie present: j ,„;r';j„(i a Kood i Milton. K'xid tpres- nei't- I iield H<i el grill I and Mrs. Loui.sSchlau^Cf. ! wo hei- was- odKl Irs. ey. M \A Ik riiib ilenzio Mrs. Fr inenisi 'ks anil I poems. '•.Nai ive l.(i<iers of ('onte.<<t Cntertjilii IVInHerK < nie lo.sinfi: side contest conducti-j be Young Woniah's Christian As-' plyyin;; bcinu 1> sociqtion of itbe »-re,-ito(Mhr winnjeB.s to U; picnic-.snji- 1 atrende.l lIic «-oiiiei;y. and ^icirly p«-r niglit ;(r .|.'oVIofk - iii the' i room of the hislk The supper w:| I wi -nly-five. inenih I with he la.sl ^- before in New i"ou<iIi',t i''"'•fy lUIIIc V. ; Mr^, .1. M. (Jilm liiieeling ^ll •.s. u II. .Mrs. talston. Iiiis. F. f E. I), fs. Fred F. II. rtpt. aziicin. (hoir si>oiii<ors and a large number Of leadirTs, i : liHore >re, of 2Wt Soillh parly Frl- of The musiial cn ' Town." a home t; i, ; I'dy j-.ponsorett 1>. ! of the .\merii an •senleil here toni iiembership Theatre. Tli'.<: wj by (he girls ofientalion of the I junior college, night. March I. hurch. A tiirians was llib business nWraiii wen oiir.. [iietly. VSwc('l|lic:irt lent miiiical Algy ^><ity Logicn. w ;is| prc- M 't nil' : {"ily ;tH| the iiirl 'pres- play, ilie sv.i 'oiid llcil_ lor 'I iiesday .si lar.i;e :ia;fii'in< |tnj five to .seven I all s-.M-med lo eiijf)y omestic science; it. The appeal scbypl building, s attended by rs ofiilie organi- Chestuiit -street.: gave day iiiKht'in honor of the sixteenth birthday of her daufihtdr. .Miss Hillie SI it he. i Mrs. Cilmore wa.s; asnisted in entertaining by her i^aughter. I^eora Ijkx^ge. M-p. Fred McVVIietrer. The lloiiwr guest re- Miirli", .Mrs. ceived many gifts 'and after an hour of games, rcfj-eshments were sei-ved. The guesjts were: The .Misses Clara llillbijanti Karyl Dngan. .Mar- jcella Symnit's. Hilda Slielby. Leola lio.stess 'Ai; Peniger, Rutii Folkncr! and the .Messrs. Hilton Baker, Il'alph White. Albert Cornell, ijiarold .Monzie, Bill Sutton, Harold .Avei;ett and Walter Fickle. , I ' ! • •>, ill miisic-il ciimedie.'! f-ong.-. and = 11 the libretto il number ol- charac ineinbers iu the wh.oii a roiintrv 111. H. Mcl'lellani town sweet hear iThelma William|s> York lo make hi whili'. ail escapeil Upflithe'ad I.Mark in her Ircet. , d over Wood;read .aU ;4,p.,t „j SororillT llniisi; , 1 J .. .i ^liss Clara Brown, who attended .Motiitr, was,j,ig miisici teachers* convcn- Foii for tiou last week in Lawrence, was a !d Men- [-^ Mrs. niarti ;.iEven there. Brown returned home -Sunday with m H s Mark -"^'''r '^"'^ Swohger. jr.: " i Mru 'who motored to Liiwrence for a ami -wrs.j^^.pp^ pjj^.^.gjj with the'ir daughter I Who attends the University of Entertain Current iKv^nts ([hib ; Kansas. ^ ^ ^Lni^)^' l^'rt''«>ii>JHniier Ifor y jjaftennoon in i \A fahiily dinner was given yes- x^ir,.- -lig East ^ terdav noon in- the liorae of Mr. ' J. W. Sullivan,' 310 uNorth street, in ."Songs i honor of his eightjj-sixih birthday. iimwa^iHis son and wlfle,; I Mr.-and Mrs. Mrs. I W. H. Sullivan, caiiie from Wichita papf r "Life ' and his grandsoil aAil wife, Mr. and, e Mgc-j .^Irs. Lee Sullivan.: from Winfieldj Swig-'to attend the .enjoyable occasion.' ....I pro- All of Mr. Suillyan's relatives in Mac- j lola and vicinity attended the din- .s[ .1. E. ner and spent the day with him. , by i . • • I • ; i , . by .Mrs. 11'eleliraies Hlrfhflay > I A. . A .!.\iinfrerKHry, i • ; . Eyes," In lionor of llie l!ir|y .si-xlh blrlli- l /Oveiday of i Mrs. " j. Jenkins, her .Miss '' ditiiKhler piTParfd j ii dinner Siin- ipjinisj! day. February jrif, Vliicli there •ojiipo-• were covers for ;nii)e (v'o'ple. The l| "iliin- iiilile WUK repieritd Wllbl mwih' I pens (iiid u large wlilfoi blrtbibiy cake. {>'d into ihe cake hidtig a Klft;froin .Mrn. Were .lotiii EvitiiM. Th<' i iifteriWMiii wiih iiii In \ Nppiti Inriiriniilly. j j AI the liable w«>re'; Mr and Mri. mee|. .1. A .lenMliK, Mr. \V. ('. I .cw I m. Mr. '. W. A.,mid MrM.I.lnhn EVaiiii mvl r.on, Kol |. airp. J. E. Powell, j Eyleif an <r Miss Bcjss itainen thc-'Currenjt inemijers ye.sterda. thj9 Home of Mrs. Po\^-'eir, 4 - street. • , i i JtQlI call rcsjMin: es were { 1 Liloe." T'le gene-al prog • -a : JMacDowell nieijior al : ; Harry Wagner lieaxl a ; of.Edward Mact)Dweli and : ; Dowqll Colony.' Mrs C. , i gett had charge of thelmus : gmnil : "To a Wibl ItO.se," ' Dijwtjli w^as playcfl bv .Mi I Cornlsli. •The .MaminV's .S : Harrielt Ware was Hiing Hfrbfrt li.' Marling Mrs ' i Schetl .sang "Tljy He: inini .r hy, Mjai^Hqwell 'aivl 'iris Sang B<y«« and I hltlon Bnrla i Mr by Martin was; Hiy. Ita KljiM.I HuCo^ M !^ ^f 'l II. Margaret I iwo M Window l> pb .Slovi liKKlKijoJl h\ ilrn. Mitiivbtl^ II I lunch. hfi ncc'fi|i \vt)i well mict" all r w m VI ho ileHii iWlt'i M iiii'iiiberM »i If!*; .1. E Ci Im. 11. \V. I Mils, .1. W K, |\lr,«. W, M/ullii. Ml 4 Milit. i». 11; Mlneslil HlilgcSirayi Mr«. A. .lo|)n K'. Scotj, Mr • Mi's. ij. A. Swigg.- Tltay<!f. .Mrs. (icorl| Hiirijli. W.igneir. .M bojil. ftlr:. a. M. Ci, H.pViiiceni; the. lalj jneinlier. j- I . (>rttii |ii Holds |>Irii]( Sn\ A ;;rrtiip of sirl ' g: Mijiper lasi. nighi witlj BrHiijpn iis hostess in •113 ;Souili Waliiu; <tre The' ta'ble was |enl iHr.^e ipin.I; cf^pe iiiper ; with ifruit. and thr f; i Huiall ; tulips to ma cli. : per. Hie girls attended Clr al tl| Iriiii Is. M all- r. MiW ImiMti ). . .Il ger A. . \y t. jge l"s. >V<'li Iter at iiig ub le at; Hie high .4vhon> nuiiuher lif iliem bi' i thp Qirls? Clee C; : snhli^ !0f tihe oUI:t\l cppcert prograni. • Thex were; .Miss Jion, ilit!s| .Mar^iaun '.May i^r'ederickson. ... Woods rt, I Miss Hakel Miss «,1la *s 'Corlnlcr. BlicTrri; n. " M^sp t qai, ma. Iw^ert! I .an4 E Mrs home at :,.r.-,,„r: R j^neiK Ijiis ipe|- ler t. rei til voti A tile diti^rium, Ime khil >ng -MaSgar Pierce's fathpr «' ry. Peggy rpfurr the same time. ; knowing eai?^! ot c jleft toiiay several poii notary {'l-ilj nner ani| hainiuet \wi eceii t nval- |for :i\ is in met and .-i-prre. j:ili t.|thi:=. li'»e iimsl j in 111.- ilaiii'c..;, I co-iliiltii'fs, lalliii- lliati There arc a |tcr Paris. ;iiiil lit:' •asi did fnll .iii-tic" to-tliese part;, producing luticb | comedy aiid Iail> bljcr. The' play j opens ill Sweethi^ai'l Town. Conn.. | boy. .liK' llrnksi | I leaves bis .small i . : Mary I'jirks : lo go 'ii New : furl line. .Mean-j lunatic. Prnl'essor ; liniis) and' his | OTES F_^SCITY blld^M'eefc Vriyn Scnlcf )o Charge 'of .Hesil iiues iundy: anilv .SmfUi — Pii^o^ ^ > rHragrnplis. , •'I PAY EVENINq, MARCH 1, A. K. lioltlent . Kebl 2S .iiMidT (.Mrs. GAS Cn 'Y. Kebi i2S.|-^MidTweeIc lierriccs Thursday jOikht will be In barge of Mrs. A. 'f. Cundy and rtVs. .Maude SJmlth. fhc topic will le "I^ve." >-ach peiisoij attciidlng a reinested to icome brebared with 1 Blbl« verto contaluing tho word love" and a. short jtalk on the anie. : ! Mrs. • Cha -lie Fint and little laughter, .Marjorie. ispint Friday !»r.d Friday night at khd C. L. Os\ lorn home. Miss Ilora Adams ; re turned jier school work at Emporia after MJending the week cud itolkP. J Mr. and .Mrs. Harry ijlylion mo- jored to ;Car vie Sunday afleri^on lid were ca Icrs at t|hc Applcgate lidme. • .Mis.-v .Mildred Benton pent the w ek end uit f li'-r parenp. .Mr. afid! Ion. il i Charlie AdJlnI^4 took; S I jier at, the Adams farm. .Mr. ; and [.Mrs. Gi|k(rson auglifer. Ruth, were • S inday din-', er guests a Irs. Slierinaii Dickerspn .Messfs. Claude and r |,le >f Ip Dfirado; I noun at the ; Mrs. H. H.I j sonfiVi .-iited. Sqnilay jat :tl > her jnnt tier. .Mrs. Skecii. |, .MJssr;s- .\iira Riggsi. ! Fliiil left Saturday fori ttlii'ri! they wll spt-ndh .Mi .-5s Hiirotliy rtentnn | • I..T \yK !nce Bei l M'-iiBcr Satiirday i'i>ni> Sunday Mi. and M ^s ..C. I... :o |i >oh i<j ni;toi] «i(a: ijbofn'i slstei 1927 Thcj urrtr F|ir«|r|>lf foil Hr. i |nii Mrs. Roljr |ieigbtor<! o; -Mr. andilfrs. |Rpby. r ortb »f lola, plan i< d se and went with well til Iqd Thursday evkifng toltl c The guests had piec'ei ock. telth thilr names a|id enbiigh 'blpcks to !mme wei-ii prcsei U a ,t6k*n of jth|ls neii;hborhobd. have *lved ih this jie . for fourteen years and near has City. All dep|irtj- late hour wiahing Mi-. in their la ike 10 me. luilt h< ]qu hflby le to town. Liaht- bcart of 'lillic irtgri) servant. AIpios Black i Hawley Braucberl coi bead captures t Biglow (Georgia ^lahinil tlie (•(•centric sislj.r.of Sqii lan Stewart) lh( town." [Also a : tin IMerce iFrani to towti;to see tl ler, Peggy (Velm^ Swisherl whom i'!i >i"pciiili'llc.' s (>ii;;llt Iiv K-|sla .Mahiiiii'V. 1.',. liaiiglilcr of a justice "tiillie .Siiprcntc Court of .N 'ew Vii^kr last.'.! just live days. While pojir.' ii.iiilKil the city under Ilie iii -^socaj ilinifiirii of Coinmissioner ire Biglow (Har-1 i'-'""^'''"'- "'•'rd was lei lived "richest man in ; f''';"' C "h ;>es. .-i slioit dislan,-.'away ew Yorker .Mar- '"^•''•''a 'i-d been finiml by the is!Culv(!r) 'comesl"" '""•ii'^"'^ ''""'•<'• TI k- sear, lier.s e H(iuire's daugh- ''-''V '."'"' :'''-«"'"<f' fi"" "h' sal.cty (It K.isia. a isretocioiis ciiild. shl^shim.to mar- «''r'"'^-'^'! to I'^ve left s from college at ! ""f" "' f-'>nvtiice her parents thai nd the two. not!'-''^i! ''""'<' ler. fall in: love.; tlur worIil.~ £tntf"^:j^r ?Si Nresh Mint: Sunlitc Jell deli.i iMary-McK the lunatic, steals! ? safe, nut the blai le Brooks, who went All of the princ pq York to settle the .Ipe irnocent. Tteii all return ,to ; Sweetheart Town, where an asylum !; attendant. .Miss K ibji (Lcnii.so Free-; man I Another visitor .M^isie Woods' I Freda Flint) a -N'ew vamps the Squi her. They all lAeet at the town. '4-l'"<": makintr vegetable and hotel ow^icd by Ezita P-irks ilvan coit-hiiilitiprt sr.Iads. as;.a guruis.b. Hack) and his mhst -erfiir wife. Be-1 or Ho serve wiili loa.'^t meats in Cil^trick). Ugblhead.lphi Is go to Nov- matter, and prove •e oV mint sauce: is! dainty, de- 00 from Ezra's 1 Ii<'ij('us am! rdreshing. | It's green is laid on .loe!''"'! made i>oin iiesli mini l(>aves to .Vew York.!"-''' "i"^' pli'using table decnra- tioij.- Y'r.ir grocer has: mint fljiv- orefl Siinlite oi' can get it. Obtaln- ^ only in Snnlite. finds Ligh bifad juni lakos; Gks Spoiled Sleep, hiin hack to the isylnm.. Tlius iliC: Mii ^la H**!* IM-w^v shadows arc lift ;d, and the play, , iWdaC Xier LFlZZy ends happily. Spscial comedy hits -{-•'l-'or years I suffered I'roin ga» were found in t:ic parts of Tillie., anil (iiiistipaiion. Csed to get r ..ightliead, .\lmos Illa<k. Ezra. Be-, healilaclies 'and ilizzy spclN. - Tlie rlelia and Joe. "'he choriis girls.; first dose of .AiUerika gave n|e remembers of the bi|gh school glee.Iiefi .Now I rest well."-.Mrs. B. club, scored big biUi in their songs j Brihkl(>y. .Inst ONK .spooiifnl of and dances. .Mn -hi credit for the j Adli-rika n.-liovps ^as and that success of the ,) ay should go to . bluil.-il >' I '-cUiit? so that yon (ran Miss Louise Bel 'of the Ingram'«••" land -I. -1/wp II . Acts .mi liuTH Frid ly! mc rhing Kan* , Whe re" they , on account if the illness^ for I bi rli MrX' Karl Min^rt and ihUdrcn.' cy jwDrf Orpha. .Athaai'dfPhll. .Ml. 4ncl .Mrs.. renieinbrdnck' 'i'^TS. 'L^vvTsf How--' Clay toil. Mr, j land alirt cliiidVeii, Lewis garef. Mrs. Icrarfa Howl add. Mr and Mrs. Verb A Win a»f <)i>^?<>Ruth and Chiijlfe, .Mrs. .Mrs.. Austin. Miss Annaj gill. N iiia .Veil eiiAiwtin, Id .Mar- IleiiniDK. 1 ^ethern- iMiSiil Margaret .Vlonfori Miss FiTeda' Mon fort. Miss Helen; .Monfort lores Clay ton,-;.. Visa Cartednfi Clayton. .Mr. I.,uthcit Austhil. .•\nstinl I.flwelt fort, Mr. .Mrs. Ii terso'i Mr. G Roy: ilonfort. atterson i|nd Gra^d^a Pat- }—Contribtited.' .Mr. mma Deifnln^, Mr. Hufferd MiBS De- Mi lr« aiit i .Mon- Mr. and I'rpdiicing Co. .dirpcliir of the musical comedy. Tlie I'^iropeaii latiialenr ' liii\iiu{ will |hi.. belli: in llei'- cliMmpionshipK lin the firsi witek .11111 I I III an, i, A. 11. Icrl EviiUH. Mr; iiuil Mm. M. K .Vln,'. \V. N'.vlrt and ik«URlil>r Miss Oleva enhiiri. Mrs. | Lewis. , : " M •KlHley.j , <• «. ,.1 .Mrj'. II. ii.i Hntiorlnir Miss I,fien» Vnrnrr ! SMt^fll. Mrs.: | xi,,. mlVloyeenfof ibe trafficde. : '"-the Soiithwesterli fJell iTeleplir of an in .III*; w: I.;!)),. Soiitliwesterii ftell |Teleplloii« Vii>:Te. MrH.lcnnpanyigave a iilinlC; slipper Frl- .1.' Tr .Hn -i,];,v ..ventiig. in the offjcf In bon^r <l Mrs. C.|„f liuella VtiruerJot the cOm- lonoiary [niprci.il .tepartmeiit who left the i telephotK 'i: company lo accept ihr ' ' appointin<!iit of lilirariaii of tb" j Join Public Llhrar.v. i pidiiil: y]^^ eroplo.vocs at tie supper v .i.pe: Mijs. ilelen iSniilb chief op- nilah A'eteto. E Icii Good- D^Vat/.' Catbe i lie Odoi-. h.-Helen SmiOi. Wanda Mary Goodne^^. , (JIadys ISess w.lb a ,,.:i,.,'smi IP fillcd.^vil.son. s werei wrutwprth. Lila Gavin. > ter .sup-,,,.,. Lucille'McLHand.y...- . ... ^[Ill ^i'^t! ley. Gladys llJoglc.? Wjlnfa. Mc(3ee. !r. Luillle tie Titus. I. Dbrolhv torium, a . fir, Richardi^on. Ila'Motr :T,- "M Ellis. Hazel iKra.ise. .My Helen Colby.ilrone Moiizi i'h sang! on the .•ei ;t.'i Fin- erta Fin- TO THE GdLa JTRIPR .Jfi Yrarw^ff SnrccHnfiil Mi Alinndnitiii in /olu of .May. itiip-r .-itiil lower bowel .-inil rein. I 'f..; iilii w.isi.. inalli:' yfiii-neyer i'iii^-:!il w.f ih.r,.. x,', inalKT what .Mill Hii-il ^fiir vdiii- stdinii II, .\(ll|iiliii ui!| ...firprise Mill..- I 'lil- i>1-ll)riiK Sim.., 't. CONTRIBUTION io flcwiGruj|Fa/hioa£rpoo(l Jervice GOTHAM GOIiD STRIPE GOTHAM tTolDSTRiPf. SiikSio <llLii «>&trar pair , ALL COUOR.j' Sprkig! Flower colors, gakr; - ' j • , • . . r Ik f :and bows—^the A. -1 ' insur- great[pf Eng- 1 K. C. A ?ioId ASSURE sulal Field: McEli'dy. c MJ Afexh ants ill tb .Mazier)! ch in Skv! twenty y eoHs! So euca RP0R1 Kansas icjity, Feb. is. (AP) r" A new 6^7 aere mtinicf nl airperf for KanlKa|i City, was ^ |iflUred toda.v.jft Agr^eijient for. tlie'l|iise of Penin'^ jivas' reached by H. F..- ty nianaiier, aind the TODAY fer Of tlie tract. ne, one Grand k9.-i< tournfaiment inow on is said cigh [ chess g I iies. si: witliloMt seeiilgithe ' rapid I is the fcrjo.wtb 6f the yiitus. 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