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VAGESfX 1MTFAMS NEWS. TUESDAY; JULY 14 ttn S? "V FRED GREGER OFFERS Two Bouts Offered At Club Arena Billy Burns to Engage Jack Spnrjreon In Main Event Murder Charged In Death Of Co-Ed Hugo Tigers Meet Paris Battlers Tuesday At Park Will Make First Baseball M eeting of Cities Since Old T. and O. League Days; Local Lineup Not Yet Decided Upon A murder warrsnt filsd by the • Myers (above), panicky cc!!egc bey Making his bo-»v in the wresting | £a*se. Fred Greger Tuesday nishtj wili offer t^vo wrestling: matches j involving part of the south's bis i crop of heavyweight tirsesrs and j a. curtain raiser that -will send ; rwt- local taler.: boys into action- j The. first boxr<- is scheduled to go j on tsrorn~tly s.t S:St? o'clock ^~uri ; the same scale of admission prices j prevs.i!Insr as has b?-en in effect | for several months, j yor tie main event of iiis first > siioxv in Paris. Mr, Gresrer has \ secured EJlTy Burns and Jack i Spurg-eon. They are scheduled to i •wrestle rtvo our of three falls with | no time limit to hamper their; activities. Based o- the pas: per- -; formances of B-erns. whc> got him- . self well hated the last time he , s£towe£ in a local ring, the fans; Tuesday night will see a botit that ; •wili carry a lot cf action all the way. Barns wrestled in Paris previously as a light heavy and earned the name of villain, "by his ; tactics, -which, ^vere all bnt pleasing to the faithful. 3~ms now \ j>ajs STOTH "up into a full sisec | iteaTTTweigr:- vrho Tveishe "t'5 j poi^ids and is said to havj gro^n I snore wicked wits r he increase: in ! iiis •weigh t- j Jack Spi-rsreon, 3. 1?S pounder. • is making i>is first start before ! local wrestliriS fancom in Tues- \ fiav night's raain event. He came j liere last week to s-bstittzte for | J»at S-eilv in a semi-final match i fcnr was not allowed to so in - t he!-35S; ^oses, Glaveston. .3 = = . rlar- ring- because he had r.o Terrasj v *'« Oklahoma City, .3-is. license- Spureeor. cc-m-s recorr--1 Total hits—Sell, Galveston, 149. as ecually as torch as '• Troubles—Bell, Galvesron, SS. and Tuesday night t=r:ll 5.-TS opportunity to prove whether When Huso lines up against j Paris here Tuesday afternoon they 1 wiH throw their strongest forces j against Manager Gene Logsdon's j I Barriers. The same Tuesday- after- I noon will mark the first, time a | Huso club has invaded Paris since i the days of the old T. & O. league, ] j when Rogers Hornsby. Fred Nich- j j olson and other greats and near j j greats were playing for Ix>n Cry- i 6,500 See Steers Win From Cats ARE Furey OACK from a. week's respit* in other neighborhoods — which were no warmer titan our own— & find considerable sporting water has run under the- bridge since last Sunday's issue of these remarks. It you will bear with us. we'll try to catch up with sporting calendar. M. O- Hike. th« referee, because he was mad at Humberto for defeating: Jack O'Dell, Kike's Tv>a. line tii> of the Paris club I -, -. _*•%.-' f\ ». has"not"bee»- definitely settled, but j Biggest Crowd of_lear Uut it is likely that Hamper. 1 ij lefthander, will toe the slab for j the home cltib. Harper, pitching j his first game here Sunday after- j soon in the role of relief checker, ) made a most favorable impression ] Fort Worth Game 1 ] upon local fans. Ke has that rare { By BUJL PARKER Associated Press Sports Writer Turnstiles, even the dusty ones. masked Biy Bad- Wolf, some time before. You"see. -Rik& sponsored O'Sell and Huzuberto trimmed him by the simple expedient of tke 1 clamping on his deadly step over j to© hold and then not turning I loose. Auvhow • they had their re- asset amon^ lefthanders ro1 - j clicked in a larger way Monday (Goldman of Dai Going back to last Sunday's happenings, we find that Zell Saton. noted hole-claimer of Oklahoma. City and conqueror of Iceland. SSarjmian !n one or the rawest deals ever given a golfei by a. partisan gallery, defeated r> a v I a. "Spec turn bout Monday this •was -written. night—after The- neit night after the southern championship "Wads Harper is also credited with being | ri2 ht at Fort Worth where 6.500 a good hitter and utility man. j spectators, the largest crowd of Following the game on the lo- ; t r ;e season, saw Dallas trim the las .or the Asrateur c h a m - eal lot Tuesday afternoon the Sat- ; Ca-s, 4 to 1. Fort Worth's col- i pionship at Ok- tiers will go to Hugo Wednesday 1 j ec t:cn of baseball players could j sahoma C i i > who fled the scene of the death of j for * return engagement. Mana- \ solvt . Pitcher John Whiiehead for Marian Mills, University of Okia- ! S^ T-ogsdon states. Other games • one ; r .ne!y run, homa beauty who allegedly was the : with nearby clubs are in the of- « v,*hitehead zipped his speed ball victim cf an Hiegst attempt to pre- * ring with the probability the A.nt-! ? crrc^« with so much stuff on it iers Mountaineers will be one of ,: t >,at he shut oui the Cats for eight the clubs to play here. ) i^nincs. In the ninth he allowed vent motherhood. (Associated Press Twin Hills course last week. The ,iua! score. in :ase you have forgotten, was 4 trs<2 3. Now I i came to Paris and defeated* Tom nay | Thompson in a match that injured 1 Wade's popularity here because i of some of the things Glen did. j But he won. his match, which was J after a.!! what he set out to do. i It marked the last appearance. j apparently, of Doc Gilman ia the i role of manager of the local ! arena. Dizzy Dean WinsNo.18 From Giants Cuts Lead of Champions to Three Games By Brilliant Performance By EDWARD J. XEEL Associated I*ress Sports Writer J. "Dizzy" D«an. a young who can see so far ahead that he's already asking ?1S.300 .for next season's -work was strutting around the metropolis Tuesday looking for an argument on the subject- He get it from any of the Cardinals tvho play baseball -with him- The young right hander did «• lot of highly important things for the St. Louis Red Birds Monday. He pitched the Cards to a 6 to 5 victory over the World champion Giants, his 10th straight, his iSth of the National league campaign, and the 7th straight for the Frankie Krisch outfit that suddenly decided to go places. Ke made it possible for the Wednesday the Paris Skeet and I Cards to cut the lead of the cham- CCC Camp Wins Game Okla. — Holsum Valley CCC camp won Its flftH game out of fix start* yhen it defeated Tuskahoma. ? to -« in. * thirteen inning go at Talthin*. b» Sunday. I>elos Wade pitched all th* T\*ay for Jftolsum Valley whil* Tusfcahoma. used Spencer. Wallia* and DeCrow ip the box. Roebuck and Hudson led the Holsum V«ll«y battins with Claud Allen Delivering ths pinch hit in the thirteenth, that scored the winning run. Wailing sot four hits for Tuskahom* out of seven chances. > The game was a. thriller throughout with Tuskahoma. which had the strongest line-up it has shown this year, coming- from. behind 10 tie the score in the eighth. Tuskahoma gathered 11 hits, to Holsum Valley's 12 and made but one error while the camp was making six. guess all Oklahoma City can re-} ago this September. Texas League Leaders ) Gun dub received virtual assur- I aace tT>e Southwestern National | Telegraphic skeet shoot will be ' held here September 15 • and 15. ! Skeet fans will recall the last I Southwestern held here two years L.-eading hitters—3e!I, tor., -35-i; ilorgan. San Galvei- Antonio, Pros Start First Rounds Match Play Starts Wednesday; Sarazen and Olin Dutra Co-Favorites s has e mi ^ ^i^ e i ^ with one j t j^. he ii£j for .. Soec? a i way : I aboard. Stanley Schmo. new out-1 ^^^ & f ^ r >, a jj d W itn dri*.-«r, I fielder, who made ten consecutix-e j ,:~^~" ~ r ^ "r>utt c >'; hits last week, got a home run I " "" "''" " *•*•--• ' ar>U JAYO doubles, j While part of this was going 1 tjjen C- J. Musselman. vrho in turn Thursday, Fred Greger announced lie, had purchased the Paris Athletic club wrestling fraji- tlaued to bid for sixth place chise asd henceforth would oper- pions to three full games trith three more to go in .the series. The Cubs held grimly to second place by beating the Dodgers S to 3 as Charley Grimm and Gabby. Hartnett hit homers and Kiki Cuyler bagged four hits, two of them doubles. Euel Moore. Indian right hander. shaded BUI Swift in a pitching duel as the Phillies con- The plane; Pluto, located in 1930, ivas an object of search for many years. ate the weekly wrestling show in Paris, making the fourth person to take over the tin ear parlor First !>oc. Gilman had the arena. a. 3 to - victory over the Pirates. The losing trail had no turn for the Boston Braves, who dropped their sixth straight to the Cincinnati Heds. 4 to ". The Yankees continued the stem | \Ye Buy Old Gold at HIGHEST PKICfcS Uoense No. 12-«4I BONHAM STREET Jew«Jry-Mu»jc Store It was a long parade of runs j cn , he Paris Battlers were taking j sol<3 . to A. G. Acker and who sub- chase of-Mickey. Cochrane's aston- for the j.ulsa Oilers who smother-] - he Dallas American laundry) 7 et c ij e franchise to Gilman as j < s hinsr Tigers as "Red" Ruffing- manager, and now Greger. Of or sot h e is. Triples—JIoo-cs, Tuisa. lo. Home runs—Bell, Gaiveston, 22, Kuns batted in—jEcglish, Ga.1- Huns scorec—Sell. Most ntonio. IS. Most strikeouts—Kennedy, lahoma City. 110. The semi- windup of Tuesday! sight's pprcgram. will feature -. •Georg-e Sarben a.r.c r rank j •Gxaham- Both -will be making-1 -"-_ -their local bc-w Ttiesday ~igni in their 45 minute time limit match. • Ssrb-en has been enjoying: better j average success ir, other I in this section and Mr, i Greger believes he will furnish all the opposition Frank Graham seeds- is their bout here- Earben comes from G-eorria Gra."ham is a Tcpeka heavy -who •weighs -215 pounds. Harben is rated a classy grrappler who eager tonga, or wrestle srr-ooiily as • M. O. Rlke has b**r. secured WKST D1XLE LEAGUE as referee for the car-i Tuesday '• .Ta"k=c-iv:!!e 3. Tvler 3. -night. R-ike is one of the best c*- \ Tii-icersc-n t". Lufkin s. flcials in this section ar. : i nas proven abqt^t as popular here as rmg- Ss is a veteran and is cee—- San Ok- I MONDAY'S RESULTS . .ce ~R"as over and so 114 of j nation's ranking professionals sei ; and Jimmy I otrt Tuesday to play S5 holes in B-sati- i earnest anc cualify 31 of their I niamber for the match clay of the i ITth annual froressional Golfers" Association championship over the Park Clt3b course, • Hustling up from Xe^r York and \ the boat that brought him back j from Europe, stock Gene Sarazen ;- z.n^ cexeii<img Ci~a^npioZi_ iOLnd. no i rrratch play that starts TTed.nesd.ay. Lefending: champion, he doesn't I have to qualify! Olin Dutra. who "'or- the Nation! a.2 Open ai ilerion s. fe^v *ve«ks ago I seciery. bobbed up here il: from •i another attack and vas promptly 'i stamped s. co-favorite with Sarai sen on the grctinds tnat if b.e cotild ed Beaumont 12 to 4. r^ach club i - eanl :o a 7-3 cleaning: at the local collei-t^d thirteen hits but the Ex-] ball orchard. This .victory, we { ooners coiild not get as good re- | jtimy* ahearl of schedule-, to aad. j sulrs -R-i-h their bingles, j vrss offset by the 12-5 s.'Ln the [ v San Antonio and Galveston touch- I boys from B:^ D scored Sunday i e<i off a hitting bombardment that i of the current week, also at the; netted each twelve wallops but: local orchard. ' Galveston won. 4 to 2. Ha! Wiltse $ j ^ssociatiori because he will hare {the Red Sox 7 to 2. \Valkup went the! With the coming of Monday the j ^ QUal5fv for the tournament; and! siueeers' had a. field route., with the slow curve ball j local sporting .situation see.ucd to j I ^ g .^. ig >j a ttnews. former pro at Cleveland and pitching: of Southpaw Walkup {won his tenth victory of the season { 5 to - from the Browns, with the course there were other j aid cf L.QU Gehric's 27th homer — Ruth received his | and another by Frank Crosetti. . 2,000th base on balls !n a. game j But it gained the New Yorkers i Tuesday; Tommy Armour took a j nothing as the Tigers clung to a I slap at the Professional Golfers j O r.e srame lead by haramcrins: down bit. though a bit ofi^ is getting: r he decision. Scoring seven runs in the fifth inning. Houston defeated Oklahoma City, S to T-. The Indians had three errors and got twelve o - it of Dallas rso i pr!ns"Lake golf course, announc- quiet do-^rn wrestlinsr news VH. Wi ^«*u« » v | ed a pro _ arn a t eur event doubt interested s lot of local ?ol- { Greenvine Country club lowers of the gratters and sroaa- j ^,, July - 0 trtat -: - at his Chicago. day in Jimrnie ELECTION RETURNS be posted again tbJ»- ^ en complete coanty- wide returns. througb the courtesy of The Paris Kew*_ Visit oar comer Saturday; night. July 2Sth, and watch. rhe votes come in. Hildebrand's Foxx's pair of homers, for a total of 32. helped the Athletics rxose ) Th^ bout In question is for Mon-j ou , the i n aia.ns, il to S. and. Joe | I Croiiin's homer, double ansj slrtirlo { I bulked large in "Washinsrton's 11 to j :n which Glen Wade wa* ^^^J j y H& LAST ti ^ e the v were heard j 5 trouncing: of the lowly White Sox. the decision over Juan "Ft :n a match billed for the heavy- | 11 Major from. — Monday afternoon— j r* o" the -'-•outh. l Mrs. TV. C. Clark and Mrs. Roy j lots of followers~h-rel | Johnson were siiU trying to a^c!3e ! However, before this gets to >yr front" porch the ^klcssrs tJima- i which of th,-ra Lyrm Whkesid- will the face Mrs, de.cndrns Trench Mcnith Healed! Your friends dare not say so bat j your sore jrcms and foul breath i i 1 I don't make folks like you any fatt- I ter. t^eto* s Pyorrhea Kerned.? ari d Humberto may be the | play^ TWO 0IXIK Burns at his roughest- Hugo Routs Ada, 21 to 2 _._.., _ Ci.ar_-^,ca!e ., Greerj^ood 5. Pine 3"-ff C, jacksoa 4, TH5LAS "in the open while sick, he should 5 walk off -with, the p. G. A- 'A-rUle, : are among th^ starters — Walter j Hag-en, L.eo Di^;e;, Tom Crea.vy. | Tommy Armour and Dutra.—in ad- B;ii Burke, of C;ev< " " " "" sie I-IacParLane, of .HITGO. Okia. — Huso T^ers ^-~ completed the rout they started in '"%'_. ir twin viciory Sunday by de- _^ ~^ CREAMERY DEFEATS PARIS >'EWS. 16-2 the J AMERICAN LEAGLE;ngton 11. Chicago 5. I Behind the t \ Henfro. the La: to Er^-j.&.~ every tirne tb.r •up. In the r though v,-:!c. was- v-:r ; r%- v.- Vernon Ti'estbroo.-: t.-t-'-h^x .etrot NATIONAJb LEAGt'IL Brooklyn ". i-nr^r.g- s"? •cfc-eck. The ga.n;e «- rbe end of the tev-n: Adaas catch a biit ho . -;.-.r.a*-. 4, Sostor- "- STA>"I>1NG& •three apiec • Tfae :rcor LEAGUE I city leig^je fc-asebal! ga-ir;^. terrors I by his team mates kept Renfro \ Sa i "*'^i--= 'or ~^-- •-or.t'j5* pZaTed ' on the South Thirty-first street \ diamond. wer« Renfro ar.rf vVhite 1 for ti^e Creamery and Orsffin. ! "* ~* I Tuesday ifternoor; at 5:3<j ; o'clorf: the Creamery team faces | Southerland Supply 1" another • c"-"~ !e-2jrL"t g'am 3 *, a' ; sc> ','",• "o^ p-jay- NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting — P- "\Vaner, Pirates. -3'53: Terry- Giants. .361. Runs — lled^vick. Cardinals. 77; • Vaughan. Pirates, 75. Huns Batted In — Oct. G:ar.:=. : ?5: Berger. Braves. 77. '; Hits — Allen. Phi'iies and Ber- ! Z>oubles — Allen, Phillies. _?; Vau^han. pirates and r". Kerman. Triples — Collins and jled^'ick. • Cardinals. F. T*/an«-r and %*a"Jghan. Home Kuns — Ott. Giants, and Berber. Brave. 23- " • Stolen Ba^es — Martin, Card*- ? Pitchers — J. Dear.. Cardinal?. -, ^/••vrjT^icVa:-, Giants. 14-5. AMERICAN LEAGfE '- Sa,tt:ng- — T.Ianush. Senators. ; Z'-i"^: Gen ringer. Tigers. .357. • Runs — Gehring-er. Tigers. S?: ; Kt:r;s Batted In — Gehrig. Tan- • ;:•--*.=. IT'S; '"TroRin. Senators. 55-. : ~f\-.\s — 'Man-ash, Senators. 1~&: \ ] ed. It is not a mouth wash or Ma-c'bc 1 paste, and is sold on a money back | Palace s Store. — f For Tire »nd Battery Service Across Street from P6stoffk» L<et us do yo^ir vulcsjiizin^ and battery recbardzsiT- , C. S- T/. Batteries, tx» Tire* BiU's Tire and Bat tery Service ViV F. (BUI* Sasle Prop. NORTHEAST TEXAS MERCHANDISER Published By The Adverti«ins Department cf The Paris Evenin* News Hale Given New Position In SP Post l To oubles : — Greenberg:. rv'arsusH. Senators an<3 Tigers. ; . ManusK Senators. 10. Horne Rur^s — Foxx. Athletics. :: J«?h-*or.. Athletics. 2£. Hto'en Bases — TVerber. Red Sos P-t-rhtr.p — Gomez. Yankee?, : ---i: Msrberr:''. Tixir*. 11-3- Four Horses Peris-h In S1OO.OOO Stable Blaze Antlers Mountaineers to Heavener. EAST DIXIE LEAGUE N. H. Tfc*- horses, C- White, by Mrs, TKXAS J.EAGtE T .V. L Arv'TI^'ERS, Ok;*... day at Heavener by &. score of 7 to *,. They the Bl-ues and drore Sox McAr.alJy, Heaverier ace pitcher, to the showers but rnls- piay-5 at critical Tnomersts caused the defeat. 3*cr!e Coieniar;. Ar.t!ers see. iirruted the Blues to i Isits -^.'hne the Mountai ^eers sot to McAraJHr . * 12 c s-v,- <>r rirnnir.:: frcr-. shot b'- i; cr2.;r*r A.NTLERS PERSO>:AL. AND LOCAL ITEMS MOXDAT'S STARS 'Dizzy Dean, Cardinals—Scored his ISth pitching triumph of the yer-r a.r.ii niis fotirth straight •ov*--- th*c Giants as he -Iefea.t»d .the lea- Charles ^Re<i> Rurfln^, Tsr;- j^^-^g — JxC'pt the Xcw Yorktrs close on the h'ifela of th% fcigh-f«y- irgr Detroit Tigers as h* tarr:*<; back thf- Sro^'r.*. to 2. Jimmy Foxx. Athletics— Hit his 5;%; and. 32n-d home ruus of th*; >*rar. the d*r<;:<Iir;g blows in an II ro S victor;-* over the O*velsr.d Tommy Brt<Jg:esf, Detroit — H«;!d .?.r.*i Boston H*d SOT to »«v«n h:r« a^ his males jx»ur» < 5e-'4 o'Jt a Jo* Cronin, Senators — H: | 5er-.*:ce section cf the federal rail- • j road administratSon. "vVhen the : i lines -were returned to private • I TOana-senient in February, 1320.1 i he was appointed genera." asren* ; ! for the Southern Pacific at £>«-1 j troit, ? ] In April, 18*5. Mr. Hale return- | | e-J xo th« Pacific coast as assist- ! 5 ant to the freight traffic manager |. 1 at the company's ?*nera.l office in { ! Sars Francisco, d-evotlng- particular j I attention to the .solicitation and I I development of freight traffic-1 ! Sir.ce Januar>-. 1932. 'he has b«en j ' gsrseral traffic agent at Portland, | 1 having full charge of freight tra-f- j i fic matters on the coirspany's lines j I in Oregon asd directed the so!ic-| j Statioa of fr-ijrht traffic In the Pa- { • cific >"orth-a-est territory. j | J. T. Monroe. pass«n£«r traffic j i manas-er of the Texas-Ixmislana j I -fnes -will retnatr, irs cha.r?e of th* | | p^srengfr traffic affairs, with | i h«a<5ccaart*r* at Houston. { JOE COOK LIKES CORN FLAKES Mrs. Tucker Running for Commissioner CHAS, S- FAT fro THE %*OTBR | After many pet?t!or.s an-! much lines of Texas an^S Louisiana, is! resirtaff Aayunt I. aft^r 4S years) TnJs- ciear ol<! sou! 1« so hones*:. Jo« Cook, star and producer of make th*r puddlnf ItRhter," Jo* -• Here Is Jo**s» rcctj?«: Browij Betty 3 cupfuJs corn S ctfpful* chopped i~x t^ajfpoonfut cJunauKion rat«7d rfhd of er from -41 5 J v '-'„ AMJERICAN Tea::: — w. ANTr-ESS, Okia.—Mr. a-nd 3-rre. i Oeorgre Irjnee wer« in ST.:II-water I iiortday, rnakin.^ prepa.racJ.ons Tor Pet, ' their group of dub workers to s.t- ,€2S* i t«n<! the rouTi<5up b^glr.nirsg: XVed- .621 5 nes<J.a.y. -&<& .j Charles Finley, Jr., and £a.tnj!y hi* team to an ii.-d v;rtor: Chicago. Eae! Moor*. Ph:!Jj»-s — Pitch*': th* 1 Phil".*s to a 3-2 vietorj- over the Piratex. of service. The ;ttl» of vice-presS-i rnodtat ar.d unajisunajr.jsc that pol- { "Ilo'.<I Yo«r Horses," b*!ong:s to | explains. dent" ia charge of traffic -will fc*j?tics </o rot appeal to her; bat thtej the ancient and honoraMe com-) aboH«ft*<3. according to announce-1i crjgor;*zat.ion represenilr.^ over *ipaisy of pantry raiders. That is to rn*tJt of H- M- X-uli. ^x^catfx-* vice- i rj.u^on womc,'. voters. ha« csn-j say, Jo«? Jfkes to rurnrKSLgft through pr-esIc^Rt h»axl or th* Texas-Loulis-1-*lnc*d her that Jt is her Juty tcihi- pantry for JiomcthiBK to *»t | '"lines. i*erv» for th*, ccrr.fort. health a-<5 < just before ^oing: to bed. A Kta*s, *cor.orr,y of the Socthwest. (of milk and a <5i*h of corn £iak**| Now-, tftf all knovi- MIT. Tucker | with mtik or cre«m l« one of ris, wUI ?5o nothing to further her o«n j favorite mid-ntsrht "«ssnack.»." , election, STie i» too modest- So,| Ar.<J here's eome more confi<!en-; p»r«<S an<l cored. the; surar and we -who an* for yo*xJ (tovemrnent^i tial information sbout Jo*?. H*'*|th« cinnamon or gratr-tf x l«Taou *n<2 ifrood hom*», mustj crazj* about Betty, Xot that thl»ftintf. Butter a baklnjs <JS*l». put In for cur «5«»ar friend. TJte | meatnii there's a romanc* in th«|a layer of the prepared fruit. tb«n Cornrnitte*. knovSnEJ offing since H's the g:<Jo<S ol<3-fash-1 on« cup of th« corn flak«*. *nd you: HOME f-'OR SAJ-E ^r A limited time cr.iy. ! offer ; g ,^ &c«:e. Bos tor. P:B* Bluff street Terms ca.»h ^nn? consid Chicago j end h*r& -srlth bis parents. Mr. and ] Mrs. C, A. Finley. I Mrs, C. E. St«ph«ison ari<! Mi*£ Jn COOPZR.—Hiram Clark ha--s l>**n ria..*n*^S a,s corfsnvj.sfiSori^r f^r . Delta county'R farm boa.r<J. ap. ; pointm*rat. having? b*^r\ ma.<!^ by j Judg* Ilando'ph Bryant of Sh«r- i Pzrits. Xh^ pO5.*5on no^" "wrin fc" that of G*rr.»ra! Frtish: Traffic Manas«r. \V. W. Hale b*ing promotft'5 to this position, c^rr^nj to T«xa» from rh« Pacific Co*«t. K!s h*a<2- Houston. Ki.Sc has b**n with th* Soath- ^rn Pacific rnor* than thirty-three ! ^ y*ars, durir,« which time h« has f _^ h«l<S Swportar.t traffic jK?wltior»». j • both in the mMdl* w*»t an<J on th^ Pacific coast. : , foj . 4 ^ h<t Mothltr of Mr, Hal- l»*K'Sin hi* railroad oat- j ^. e9 t.- a« a clerk In th«s G*t»tral 1 und^r another cover. eager Of«ce of th* company j h*vint a p»ck«s< hoae*. -^a c«pt«I suear 2 tabJeapoonrul* butter. Mix with the chopped apple*, trtfiuen ^ hajf appoint- j ione«J "Betty" that the comedian ? repeat until all the ingredient* *r* Mrg -j-^fc^j-,, c*m- 1 ch«rlah«« »& fondly. He likes H;ww»d. Dot butter over the top „„»£,„.• !n y o«r District. mad* with apple* and all th* "fJx- Jajter of corn flakes. Cover and ^ coun ti» K O n yourStnV only he BUKgrest* to the cook I bake 4S minut«* m a moderately a majority of your votes Uhftt «he substitute com ftak«* | hot oven .130 decret*.. Serve with for bre*A crumb*. "Secras to i lemon sauce. th<s ?o«lh- vff. are to yoor at S&r. NATION" A t, UEAGCE CALL 401— V«'« ivi:j i-u> or trjic*> tor «-«4 fMrrii»«r*. Cow* »n to * far th« t«:*t value* in O, H- Baker Furn, > Team— i N* 1 *' York your -J Chicago . . * u* | ST. Louis .tar- j Pittsburgh Bos'-on . . Brookjyr* 1* 23 44 Cincinnati ,., 43 Si* • SS •29 WALKHR TO FIGHT I SAX FRANCISCO. (P* —• Jk£ick«y | Walker will sntet Tounc Corbett Of Fresno, with fcl« cladm to the m!d<He'sreJirfct title kt «t^k«, 1» a Ua»|dJ«m her* August 14, the San .*22 3 Francisco preae club, «pon»orio|r Pet .$33 ; .611 .602 for up*»t tied* •ceHu«h», low «f wv^clbe, tteSttrtf trouad Th*r txr h*»« pin «r round fw Tver*, rcp«U«4 cfi* tra.<t, 'White* Crvw tat C«LJ: Francisco in l&OI. Thr«?<»j I • vr hoJe»a!c hoae*. U ev>nt» a I y«ars !«ter he was transferred to i « upT> 5y O f Mr*. T«ck*T> Display - th* office of Superintendent of r cartfit en<3 Blotter* which w* want Tran*3>ortation and tn IS 17 wa*j y<>a to diRtribut* wher« they Vi!J was appointed Eastern Car fr>r-1 <j 0 our b^joved candidate the mo*t vloe Agent with headquartern Jn soo< j. pie«jR« put a Display Card in every store window. h*>t*l lobby war-time government »n<S -j>»*»Uc pi*«*e wher«» othir e*n- of the railroads, Mr, H«.Je | didates' c*r<J» ar« jf**.U»r«»<J. Hand jtiMBtetant wAn»«*r of th* re-lout blotter* to *H voter*. And, If frlg*r*tor dejwtrtmjBni ot tb* «c*r|yott nt*4 wor* •upplle*. at letter to Interstate at Sherman, Nat B. wtate fiscal . Tf'Mf* for th*m aminer. report* ROvernTOem do- Tex««, for th*»n. | |fn ^ ntj| ln K>ntue ky have dc^ Pin th* "Mm, Tj;cker for Cook- j ^^4 tjic j r <. xr ,«,rs<iUur«w about Injf Comroiw»lon*r" ButtoTt encloa-1 one-third »Snce J95J. ed on your coat or *htrt; dfmtrih- { The av«*r«tf« yearly crop 1ow» to tiM» the Cnmpai K n matemi; «ollcU r-irmcr)> ^^^^ by ln-ectll> lu .,. am! Iet'« eject Arr». Toe*- wt |mate«J, »* $1,500,000.060,000, . Sincerely yaw. EMMA SOUTHWEST i TU* plow* Pluto.' scl«»nt«j say*. w|Jl conlinue ta Krow ln ^HthtiiMw t untll ltf ft and t]tta gr&dU«UT «lm.

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