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THE OREGON DAILY JOU RNAL PORTLAND; OREG0N
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1821.
LOSES ON APPEAL
III FRIENDLY CASE
Halem, Not. IS. Declaring that "final
' ' tetarmlnatioa of th ault remains In th
, breast of the circuit court on proper
proceeding." th supreme court this
morning dismissed th appeal of Frank
C Bramwell, atat superintendent of
banks. In the cam brought by R. W.
BrM to enjoin payment of cUlm
against the Insolvent Crook County
The ault U friendly, to teat out the ln
tent of too atate law. Breeso charged
that to allow the claim In Question would
dlaturb the pro rata disbursement of
funds of Um defunct bank. A tempor
ary injunction waa granted by the Crook
county circuit sourt, from which Bram-
la dlsmleslng the appeal the eupreme
court bo Ids that the final determination
of the ault la etlll In the hande of the
lower court and that until the lower
court hai acted, appeal is not In order.
Other opinions were handed down by
the court as follows:
Richard Woolsey. appellant, vs. M. T.
trappr. et al : appeal from Malheur
rouniy; ault for special performance of
alleged contrary Opinion br Justice
flaiid. Juris Ialton Birrs affirmed.
Andrew 1'eterson, appellant, vs. K. R.
Beala. et al : appeal i from Tillamook
county. Petition for rehearing: denied
, by Oiler Justk-e Burnett.
T. J. Bartela vs. T. A.. McCulIough and
' flenrRS Atkins, defendants, and John M.
; Williams, trustee, appellant: appeal
from Ulnn county ; suit to foreclose me
chanics Hen. !eoree of Judge George B.
Bingham modified In amount of plain
tiff's recovery in opinion by Justice Mc-
Alfred Poole, appellant, vs. Vlnlnr at
Keys; appeal from Benton county; ac
tion to recover for labor. Opinion by
Justice Mc Bride. Judge Q. V. Sklpworth
reversed and case remanded.
In the matter of adjudication of wa
ters of Rogue river and tributaries. Pa
rifle Placer rnrnrmnv. aur-ceasor In inter
est -of estate of J T. I-ayton. deceased.
vs. Ira K. Hnarlln and other users of
waters of Williams creek, intervening
rniiiestants and appellant; appeal from
Josephine county by Snarl In and others
from decree of adjudication. Opinion by
- Justice Bean. Judge V. M. Calkins af
' - Motion to dlsm
' renew In case
visible evidence of It, the navy, the
army, even the flat; which we have mad
a military emblem, have ep to this time
symbolised us to- ourselves.
5ATI05ALITY VISUALIZED .
la the absence of other tangible evi
dences of our nationality, our battleships
aad soldiers are symbols of our coun
try. That vast. Intangible thing which
otherwise wo cannot visualize, the na
tion, becomes tangible, sails the sea as
battleships, marches the streets la. our
uniforms, becomes to us the concrete
evidence sot so much of way as of na
tionality. To put the world on a peaces thinking
basis Is not easy. We have thought too
long In terms of force.
SUICIDE. IS VE
Tillamook, Nov. 1$ Wounded In the
abdomen by a bullet from a hunting
Perhaps when the magnificent folly I companion's rifle. Ray Ward, 22 years
that is war has long been dead we shall I old. Is believed to have dragged himself
forget the magnificence and remember I to the place where his own gun lay and
only the folly. But now that war Is I ended bis life by shootinr himself
dying, let us pay It the tribute of such through the head
vlrtaes as it had. W may aay of it : I The shooting occured near Keskowin
Here lies war. It killed wantonly and I on Sunday. Ward and Walter Winters.
wickedly. It has left grief and wretch- I is -rears old. left on a huntine trio Fri
ed r. ess behind It- But during Ita life it I d. nmnier near Slab creek. They
taught nations patriotism and led some separated Sunday moraine, after agree
men tO OOd. . ln o mt later In the day. At 11:15
o'clock Winters-saw what ha Bays be
thought to be a bear. He fired. Ward
screamed as the bullet hit him and "Win
ters ran to his aid.
Ward says that he" told Winters to
lie still while he went for a doctor.
I carried Winters' gun with me for
ways, then laid it down," said Ward.
When Ward returned with neighbors
they found Winters dead, lying beside
bis rifle with a bullet wound in his head.
That he shot himself when his suffering
became unbearable is considered prob
When Ward was about 10 years old
he accidentally shot and killed his father
while the two were hunting near the
scene of the shooting Sunday.
A coroner's Jury left this morning for
Neskowin. A complete Investigation is
Local iegion Post ;
Is Arranging for
Big New Year Show
Plans for one of the most pretentious
New Tear entertainments in the his
tory of Portland were presented to the
executive committee of Portland poet of
the American Legion at its weekly meet
ing Tuesday noon. The party, first pro
posed a week ago, will receive close at
tention from local legionnaires from now
until the date of the event '
The entertainment will be called "A
Night in Paris, and will be staged at
The Auditorium on the night of Decem
ber SL A complete vaudeville nroeram
will be presented and dancine will be I One month of the year is to be served
enjoyed on the stage and tn the wings of I by the young- men and they are to be
the building-. Booths will impart an I paroled for the remaining 11 monina.
NAVAL WEIGHT AND
FAR EAST ARE ONE "
(Con tin aad from fats Om)
tenanced if there were Immediate pros
pects of friction in the Far East.
The Japanese delegates have care
fully refrained from saying that they
would accept the American proposals up
on condition that a satisfactory agree
ment is later reached upon Far Eastern
questions. This Is significant, for it is
far more advantageous for the Japanese
to see the United States committed to a
smaller navy at this time than to hold
over them the lever of large arma
ments if they do not agree to America's
suggestions on Far Eastern problems.
H0THI5O BINDING TET
Since the United States is. . however
not eager to see anything settled at this
time exceDt the main principles of the
naval program. It is probable that noth
ing final will be agreed upon which Is
actually binding on any of the nations
until all the Far Eastern questions have
RING LARDNER IN
WILD AUTO RIDE
(Con tinned From Pas One)
used it for a bumping post. Well, by
this time I had give up the idear going
to the postoffice which is way down
IVTA driver how' mucT7 owed hinT and he
f'' "l rTOUtul u" "" carged me J2.40 or 80 cents a smash.
"" ' I oalnil Ulm If r tins
.. . . . , I .mj aLU ...... . t. ,11. .i ti. . ,7 . pu.
iiio umiru omira is a&yuiK miuimg l ,., vnri -t ..l
'ri.Jir.'' wVn '.lT,, 10 r. ?. rJ. " . .L . ""I been driving three days.
. J..IUHO s. jouiin. I'm v""s ir inniw mai r'- Well I managed to v
Britain knows as must Japan realize
I 1 . . Amerlwm ruivai proposals are j come to -fl 1 k
few wmld ?,T it Sna'tiTf would nav lt 6anie room I
L 4fc?i.t"J, 2 had this morning so they wasn't no
v.t: ,. rzZ r.: r,,;5 . 1 ""pm ? to d 80 w ntm 1 might as
walk back to the
hotel without knocking nobody down and
Howard Stephan and Edwin Davis,
students of Benson Tech, pleaded guilty
before Judge Kanxler of the court of
domestic relations this morning- to con
tributing 10 the delinquency or a minor
girl and were sentenced to one year
each In the county jail.
BLOOD STAINS ON
CITED BY STATE
Elbert C Murphy, conductor of the
freight train which James Harry (Buck)
Pbillip8 was searching for boxcar rob-
"This will not be a popular decision,"
said Judge Kansler. "I will make- no
friends by it. but I am nandins: it down
in the name of the boys and girls of
Portland. It does not matter what the
reputation of the girl may have been.
The law orovides tlfat the. men are
guilty. The law throws it protection
around these girls and I intend to see
that for the good of this community the
law is enforced.'
fjporsra Peters, another of the youths.
pleaded not guilty. His case will be set
for trial at a later date Kay anearo.
fullback of the Benson football team
has disappeared and cannot be located
in the city.
WOMEN PROTEST; RI5GLER
BACKS BOWX ON LICISSBK
Montrose M. Ringler Monday withdrew
in the federal court because the lumber
company Is a Missouri corporation.
LOCAL FCTtXITUKE DEALER ;
FILES BAXjTlBXFTCY FLEA
Alexander Goldstein, local furniture
merchant, fUed a voluntary petition In
bankruptcy this rooming In - the fed
eral court He has operated stores at
640-643 Williams avenue &nd 140-141 KU
lingsworth avenue. His assets are S14,-
S5S.26 and liabilities, S8,071.t. -
Tha: majority of the unsecured credi
tors are local merchants. . .
MAST ACCUSED OF OAOG15G ' - .
"VICTIM GOES TO TRIAL
Tony Malfo, charged with binding.
gagging and robbing Ben Orated.. 1124
Seventy-first street southeast, went on
trial this morning before Circuit Judre
Stapieton. orated was robbed tho night
of Jury Z3. The handkerchief left in his
mouth as a gag- was traced by the laun
dry mark to Malfo. InMalfo's room was
found a newspaper clipping telling pf the
SUCCESS OF FAIR
: :T hi. aiicaUon for a license to run
ucra Yvncii on was snot lo aeatn me ; , . .nl, j ,..
night of June 14, took the stand in Cir-HriCeonItth ,Bd"t ivL?n The
cult Judge Kavanaugh's court this morn- l1.1.0" lZ"Sl?lln
ing, where Dan Casey is being tried, for JT H .Tat'vr;f n
the murder, and gave a graphic descrip
tion of the death scene.
commissioners. Representatives of many
woman's organizations were on hand to
-Ml VI U1B UCAU1 NXnC 1 . " . . . . . ., at
Harry Patterson. lUnerant workman, ppo? ,1"
llie lOOl lUtUULO xu.l..
Commissioner Rudeen that he would
withdraw his aDDlication. The Blue Bira
was raided a week aeo last Sunday and
Ringler was arrested for not having a
who was "bummine" his way on the
freight, train, was called Just before the
noon recess and identified Casey as one
of - the men who passed the flat car on
which be was riding, just before the
shots rang out.
HEARD GUNS CRACK
Hermann Schneider and Phillips, both
O-W. R. & N. special agents, got on the
MAX AST) WIFE FAIL TO
APPEAR FOR THEIR TRIAL.
Bench warrants were issued this mom-
train t Albina and rode with the train ine bv Circuit Judge Gatens for A. B.
Sew to Mock'B bottom. Then they got Hog and his wife, Irene. They were
f and walked north alonrr the train, out on $500 bail and slated to appear
Phillips on the right hand Bide and his before Judge Gatens this morning on a
partner on the left. charge of larceny by bailee or an auto-
About two minutes after the train mobile. Court, Jurors and attorneys
stopped Murphy heard the crack of I gathered, but the defendants didn't ap-
eruns. Tiut th nisrht was dark and he I wr. Judcre Uatena waitea unui iu
well call up the president and see about
a golf game, but i couldn't find his
name in the phone directory and the
(rnntinurd From rui On)
It has taken more than it could ever
s-lve, and It goes to a dishonored grave.
But some things It did give.
Not only color and drama, although
violate the principle announced -by Sec
retary Hughes, namely, that in general
"regard should be had to the existing
I . . w . . , ,
our.,... ! uro ittcio "iii. I nnlv nima that u.. ,tl,i liu- it
An Anglo-Japanese combination would I , nr D n u-ZiVL " . ,..-
f-b"?iUa,iei: ?ZL P-ati ' AmMlc" STwtl stand i SratfSrtttS
. There is confidence, however, that the I . -t ' Vv.f Vj v. I., .
Canadian strength at the conference here hut, " " L id..the. ,ttld P'0?
m . i- "jii i vi uio vr. oo muiy way a
r.Vl ""! didn't call up the number and it begins
.m - i. ,. .v... , to look like they wouldn't be no golf
It gave ua these. The appeal of the I .v.- i .i . . . 1 fame between us this trip which I am
fishttns- man is Imbedded In us from I i i . .v.. ..., sure the president will be disappointed
th beginning of the race. The very Old hftre bm'ip the economic Bit- ?" UkeS, ?W? j5" me
Testament Christianity Is mlltunt Ixng u.tinn of Canada ithe same instinct that makes a good
before law came gradually to dlsestab- Himii.n th. tnr . many footbaU teams so anxious to meet
llsh blm, the fighting man stood for nce 0f Mr. Hughes' proposals is com
human rights. But for right by might ng from all parts of the world, where
FACE II plSGt'ISED the hope that an economic revival
And because his was. a sordid business will follow the abandonment of useless
at bent from the beginning he has die- I expenditure for navies. Having made
uulmma It In a nlrtiirami mammrAnc. I nmrraM nn tnm nMkUm nf nivtl irmt.
Ills Unre has gleamed, his coat of mail ment. however, the next step is to bring ""w 1,K.UI;U. UB wuulu"
. . fca ihiifii. Inil thus anwnlnul tin hid I ihnnt aomathlnr at tK um snirit of ui tut orivcr.
nia ugiy ousineao- oeniaa nign-aounaing I concoru on ir eastern quesuons, aonuv
nerds, colorful at himself. I tedly a more difficult task.. The air is
tie built un a -eode which was un-I filled with expectations of another form
moral. yt somehow appealing, and ula by Mr. Hughes to be sprung on the
rallad It chivairv. and he exalted ohvs- conference laying down certain princl
iral raunn ta romantic hiirhta. I pies on me iar eastern situation, wnetn
Ids idi. wr. often risht. hut bis er those will be laid on the table at an I , , , y,
momoas were wrong, no ne must go, "l . 1. I T V-.i5 VV I a P oi 21 ladie nd ?ent" "ho are
but let tia acknowlods that ha has committee, is yet to be determined, but I 5 , .,v .mA a -ait tut
tXtu-m Messrs Hughes. Lodge and, eU. asked
vir.t tht n niT..Kn Kv.them for some advice.
n.rj It is estimated that by rue rtrst of
i ; i . . 1 1 1 . . A . iir
Second, that imherea of Influence In the " 111 "l i"'6- "-'
could see nothing when he Jumped off
the train. He ran ahead to the twelfth
car, where he found Phillips lying on
the ground beside the track. Phillips
was groaning and his face was contort'
ed with pain,
According to the evidence at the first
trial of Casey, Phillips found robbers
trying to break into a car. He ordered
them to stop and there was an exchange
Schneider also shot at the men but
returned to the side of his dying com
rade after a short pursuit.
Dr. F. EI Diemar was called by the
state. He testified that the wound in
o'clock, then issued the warrant.
Bail will be forfeited unless the nogs
are brought into court at once.
Well, I couldn't think of nobody else
to phone to so I went down to see about
a ticket to some show and I finely
picked out the Merry Widow - and at
first I was going to Frank Tinney's
ADVISORY COMMITTEE SfEETS
". That Is hty experiences fo -the-day
and aa far as the conference is 'Con
cerned, they wasn't ho regular opening
meeting but they was a meeting of the
American advisory committee which was
but let us acknowledge that he has
served a not unworthy purpose. He
gave misery, but he was a part of the
great pageant of the world, colorful and
herota and often great.
War is hateful: Ita origins have too ."5 .IW.'L ""?L",'" -IT one of the members of thf committee
en.n laid tn "m-hnea. and But ralV;,pri cipTe of the "oVn U Eleanor Franklin Bgan. the writer
V " " " absolutely accepted With a pledge for its ana monaay dikuhs wm iur mo pur-
ii vii, .mi ma I maintenance. 1 pooe ot imams out wav liic icsl ui uicru
It has killed. It has also given men a I m.i tint n .inutin,i Mkmil k an as the man that aorjointed them
chance to rise superior to It Out of Its constituted where pending questions as never forgets a face but can't remember
iwrnm hb iuuni.h WM aa 0tntr vexed interpretations ot ex-1 names.
rtfice and courage. Through It men 8tlng treaties may be equally adjusted.
nave oiea rnr an meai ana tnus nave i Unless some such body is provided for. TAKES PAUPER'S OATH,
made that Ideal imperishable. I the conference here might last fori Ed Jasson of Lakeview took the pau
EXTRADITIOH PAPERS ARE
ISSUED FOR B. HAFFENDES
Extradition papers have been received
for Francis B. Haffenden, former teller
at the Northwestern National bank, who
is charced with forging a series of checks
and then skipping out of Portland in the
comnanv of Iris Qreland. a chorus girl
Haffenden was arrested in Chicago. He
refused to return without being ei'
trsdited and he claimed the chorus girl
was his wife. He has a wife in Port-
Casey's wrist might have been made by lud ho claims him, however.
a .38 bullet and perhaps by a lead bullet
Casey was captured in a room of the
rooming house at 129 Russell street.
operated by Mrs. John L. Burns, wife
of the alleged accomplice of Casey in
the crime, three days after the killing.
He was hiding under a bed and he had
a bullet wound In his wrist. He said
the wound was received in a drunken
brawl in a bootlegger's house.
DEFESSE 3IAKES CLAIM
The defense claims a .38, such as car
ried by Phillips, jwould have made a
larger wound than the one in Casey's
John Phillips,' brother of the murdered
man, took the stand Monday afternoon.
following the Jury's trip of inspection to
the scene of the shooting, and testified
that just before "Buck" died he ex
claimed. "The big scoundrel's got me.'
Mrs. Phillips was called by the state to
identify her husband s clothing.
Spots on a revolver alleged to have
been owned by Casey, stains on a coat
also said to have been Casey's and on a
leaf found in the backyard at 129 Rus
sell street, were identified by Dr. Frank
R. Menne as being blood spots.
SUIT FOR DAMAGES 15"
SUM OF IS9.S00 IS BEGUS
Trial of the suit for $29,500 damages
which A. H. Davis is asking from the C
& O. Lumber company started this
morning in Federal Judge Wolverton's
court. Davis alleges a fire originating
on the C. & O. lands burned down his
hotel at Brookings. The suit is brought
WILL BE PROPER
AT FAIR TORtlOOT
Koise and red fire will be the predom
inating features of a monster parade
scheduled for Wednesday night by the
election campaign committee of the l)2e
exposition. According to announcement
mad today- by W. 3. Hotmann. chair
man of the special committee in charge
of the parade, the pageent will be more
than three miles in length and will con
tain hundreds of floats advertising the
advantages of the expoeittoa and of the
various proposed sitoe for the big fair.
Thirteen bands will be interspersed at
Intervals between dlvislooa of the pa
rade, their purpose being to give rhythm
to. the countless deafening blares, bonka.
siren calla. Masts and detonations which
the promotors of the exposition propose
to let loose on the city. Every noise pro
ducing device of which there Is any rec
ord haV'Ve requisitioned for the
event, Hatrann stated. , - y .
rat QvjxASCH ; . ;
. The' perad m atari at Fourteenth
and Jefferson atreeta, proooed north to
Morrison, east to Twelfth, north to Al
der, east to Broadway, north to Fin,
east to Fourth, south to Morrison, west
to Fifth, north to Oak. west to Sixth
and south to Madison, here It mUl
dlrband. i t . : - -
The parade will start at 7 :39 p. m.'
Nose Dive in Plane . .
Spokane. Wash.. Nov. IS. For the
first tint In It years. Miss Esther Dev
lin, aged 20. ef this city.' heard Sunday.
WhDe dropping 10.000 feet in an airplane
at the rate of 240 miles an hour, the
sound of the wind whistling through th
machine's guy wires and the motor's roar
were plainly audible to her. When she
stepped from the airplane at the conclu
sion of the flight, although she had been
totally deaf since a child of seven, when
her hearirg was destroyed by scarlet
fever, she heard when asked If she were
cold and answered no.
IS UP TO PEOPLE
Portland and Oregon can put the 1925
exposition over and make lt a success
if the people will make up their minds
to do it, and they ought to do it to make
Portland and Oregon successful, accord
tag to Judge George Stapleton, who
spoke in support ot the exposition before
the Kiwanis club at noon today.
Judge Stapleton reviewed the history
of the inception of the Lewis Clark
exposition in 1905 and contended that the
same opposition, led In large part by the
same oppose rs, fronted those who were
behind that exposition. -But. he pointed
-out, that project was successfully carried.
out and the greatest growth of Fort-
land, and of the state, dated from that
The speaker also pointed to the work
done by the Port of Portland in the Im
provement of the harbor by the public
dock commission in the . construction of
municipal docks, and to the construction
of the Interstate bridge, which, he said,'
would pay for itself If its earnings were
not diverted to other funds. All of these
advancing steps In the public activities
and progress of the community. Includ
ing the construction of the highway sys
tem, had been brought about by taxation.
Judge Stapleton argued, and had proven
themselves to be well worth while from
the standpoint of the returns already re
ceived. The question at next Saturday's elec
tion. Judge Stapleton pointed out, was
"fair or no fair. and he urged the mem
bers of the Kiwanis club to get solidly
behind the proposed local tax measure.
Frederick Fisher, campaign manager
for the exposition, also spoke. Music was
furnished by the Exposition quartet.
TWO ME3T I5DICTED
Bend, Nov. 15. Two Indictments
against A. E.' Anderson, charging larceny
and misappropriation of funds . of the
Bend Water, Light & Power company,
and three against George Child, charging
wife desertion, child desertion and non
support of wife and child, were the
only findings of the Deschutes county
grand Jury, which completed Its work
hi t p r
"Tfr Rudolph v"
m and Alice Terry
of the "4 Horsemen
f of the Apocalypse"
I cast in a strance
I tale of greed I
A VJ-'sT-l, A 1 .
( ."i'f V 7 -1
- ' ' ' if
months without achieving agreement, as pers oath before United States Commis-
th nrnhlAm Af China's ralsHnns ta th I alnna, VAnnAtH DVamt this imAirotn tn
It is only b war that we have now j trefcty powers is a complicated one, and escape payment of a 150 fine. Jasson
the roost that can be Hoped lor in a was fined by Judge woiverton last
gathering such as thlj is a binding I month at the Med ford terrd of the fed-
agreement upon principles which can be I eral court for a liquor violation-
applied by th tribunal as each
The whole question of nationalism re
volves around this matter of war. Men
have united, formed arbitrary bounda
ries and have called land and people
within those boundaries a ration. They
t have united for protection against an
. Inimical world, and when threatened
. they have risen aa one man to defend
that nation. Thla Impulse is patriotism.
It Is unthinkable that patriotism
Should die. yet It Is perfectly true that
we are only driven out of ourselves na
tionally by some great danger, such aa
' war. We do not know how much we
love our country until It la threatened.
It Is a tragic fact that war unitea a
nation as does -nothing else. And what
Shall that thing beT
A vast Internationalism perhaps. In
time. An ethical instead of a bloody
responsibility to our fellows.
; - But wsr or not so much war as the
The spirit of the moment is on of I
optimism. Th reception given the
Hughes proposals by the whole world
has stimulated th American delegation
to proceed In the opes on other ques
tions at Issue. Open diplomacy has
achieved a victory far beyond the ex
pectations of Secretary Hughes himself.
who Is responsible for the policy of lay
ing all cards face up. The conference
Is still In a preliminary stage, and over
confidence is still unwarranted. But the
outlook is brighter as this conference
opens than lt was at Paris or The Hague
or any other international conference In
Oat tat mildneVlRGIKlA
One for aromalTURKISH
.Tht finest tshzcea perfectjy
aged and biended
LABOR TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
Largest and Host Modem Is the City
Dancing Wednesday sad Satsrday
Tut, Tut, Deputies,
This Will Not Do;
Booze Bad for You
Charged with disorderly conduct, Wil
liam D. W am bold, said to be a deputy
sheriff and an agent of the Anti-Saloon
league, and Albert C. Dennis were ar
rested last night by Chief of Police L. V.
Jenkins and Captain Chester A. Ins-
keep in the Millionaires Club restaurant
where the two men are alleged to have
had a bottle of whiskey offering drinks
to the waitresses. Dennis was also
charged with violating the . prohibition
1.1 - . J - - . ,
taw. goui men wui do irieu ta mm mu
High School Student
To Hear Grand Opera,
Portland high school students will he
guests of th Portland Opera association
tomorrow afternoon at th final dress re
hearsal of th opera "Th Masked Ball,
wMcn is to b given Friday and Sat
urday night at The Auditorium. Tomorw
row afternoon's performane will be
complete in every detail with th large
cnorua, orchestra and ballet.
R. A. Booth Better;
To Leave Hospital
Robert A. Booth, chairman ef the stats
highway commission, who underwent as
Operation at the Good Samaritan hosoi-
tal Monday. wiU be allowed ta leave th
hospital today, according to nurses, who
report his condition satisfactory. Booth
Get Into the game with this boy th boy
they called quitter, the boy who pulled
through college on a milk can. and the boy
who didn't ,know when he was beaten.
That football gasse at the end has Asaerlens
test players aw SISST uresgk lt.
"Two Minutes to Go"
TWO-PART COMEDT SCKinc.
UBEBTT urrsasATTOXAi. mews.
KEATES AND THE MIGHTY ORGAN
ft Ot l4:
II --' 'NO-S I
ANOTHER KXOCXOUT PBOCRAXUE
I f .i 1
NOW PUYING xVy
(Summit .nr. h sxsssm
a w mm u j -. , i i
j Gorinne Griffith i : 1 .: u";iT I V VffiffifMy
, . MACK . ' -":'( Nljl
I On Broadway as Salome in crtiurTT "' I 1
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