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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 September 1919

/' ' • ** " W YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TID WELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS IP VOL. XXI. NO. 197. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEXIA. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1919. 50c Per Month lit Advance El N rs OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT urn EARLE WILLIAMS —In— "THE HORNETS NEST" EARLE WILLIAMS —And— Larry Semon in His latest special "THE SIMPLE LIFE" Its a scream. 8 Big Reels THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN TODAY MISS CORLEY MARRIES PROMINENT MEXIA GIRL WEDS MR. J. B. GAM- BRELL. This afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Corley, Miss Martha Corley was married to Mr. J. B. Gambrell, Jr., of Dallas, Rev: J. B. Gambrell, a prominent Bap- tist minister known all over the State for his excellent articles-' in the Dallas News, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Gambrell left on the afternon train. They will be at home at 3909 Worth Street, , Dallas. Miss Corley has for years been one of the most popular young ladies in Mexia. She served as organist at the Meth- odist church for quite ...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 September 1919

r:<v> V i £ I 1 EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners mid Publishers Subscription, &0 cents per Month, Strictly In Advance Entered as second class matter February 2fi- 1919, at the poBtoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line each Insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to It or not oth- erwise credited In this paper, and &l«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Our idea of a dead strike is that of the New York bartend- ers, who recently demanded higher pay. A brewing company in Potts- ville, Pa., is building an ice cream factory. This is a sign of the times. The only reason some folks object to bad we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 September 1919

SMS2 * V * i ♦ ' .OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Prof. R. B. Cousins, for about 18 years consecutively, the supt. of our public schools, afterwards superintendent of Public Instruc- tion of the great state of Texas spent several days here last week an dthis. He is at present con- nected with the Kelley Plow Co. of Longview in an official capa- city with headquarters in Hous- ton. His many friends here were glad to see him again. Just received a new line of guaranteed Kant-Leak combina- tion Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Caps.—Mexia Drug Co. Shot loads. Co. Gun Shells, all V. Wolverton & For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inched deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice of the Munger Oil & Cot- ton Company in Mexia. See R. A. Parker for the price on same. -^-H. M. Munger. 5 tf. NOTICE Mrs. H. T. Fort announces the postponement...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 September 1919

I ( r 1 : ' 0" * ■ f "Vr^gpr w — i x>oiRgs of the van loons Next time Father won't be so rv" "■i,c.vliaI AND "' vVT v \J iLi-iC^KAf-'H JOHN WHErs AND VM KtK& "C MEE.T W > BIN6VILLE! PlNCVILL5J__/ mn o>OT IT NOW / N£*T ^>TOP ,l( BIG HOCK !Jh: ~ / Wil/^.H-FUVt: VNIONJ STATION 5*> "THIRTV rm.s afti.rnoon Ml l T US> THCiRL. C,'KA<JOC/& Tl+ATlS ELiavti/M Wosps, O NE. TOO MAN*) <• I'LL JOT MESSAGE. HURftV — we. will. AKRivr THE. UNION iTATIOIS "THIKTy THIS AFT£V\NOON m&et us the-RE' V. Rx/MeeN words - N- — —— ."THAT \vo rs"T K ^ T ^ M MEE.T US 1JN/0N STATION 3 V THIRTY THIS AFTLRMOON "nln EIQ'ht WtfRDS V t><?N'T SNffW WHY Tt+CL TCLa^RAfrt C.O SHOUL-D uie_T THE BEST Ol^ M l ~ 1 PLCiA^er. MI i f co AT UNION STATION Js t Y - TKIR r\ "THIS ^ j=T U -X N O C N JUST TEN WOROi I f=Of<cioT L-Uc-KILV THIS I-IMITEO IS making A STOP So | SKLL. KAVS // "TIME TV WIRE. /"TV, J"")/ Him ' > vjtL NOW ttttmm' HEARTBEATS By A. K. Suppressing father Is not only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 18 September 1919

Sf.V " < i-smwRPt ' • a***** ../ ■' YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARKER SHOP, li MEXIA NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 198 MEXIA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance I M '/! " I * ■I J I ... ,, - I 1 i in U'u m- ' i i v ►> 1 OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT LIGHTNING RAIDER AND THE TIGER'S TRAIL Lloyd Comedy Pathe News TOMORROW CONSTANCE TALMADGE —IN— "SAUCE FORTHE GOOSE" Its some Picture ttmmmt—■ !■! ■■— ■■«— ■■■ i I—II—M—ii—II—n—II >#— — ■—M— m—MM— MONDAY "THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME" •' : ' ' • 3 •& • v *• /"teZv- e 3, Dainty Kitty Dalton handed General Pershing a bunch of American Beauty Rones almost as big as herself during the parade Then the C. I. C. of the A. E. F. kissed her right in front of the cheering thousands. MAKING CUSTOMERS DEATH LIST STEADILY CLIMBING ROOSEVELT RECRUITING MEMORIAL OFFICER PLANNED HERE VOLUNTEERS WARNED TO REMAIN AWAY FROM COR- PUS. BON FIRES LIGHT UP SCENES OF DESOLATION. I. NEWMAN MADE CHAIR- WILE TAKE M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 18 September 1919

EVENING NEWS I Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except turned into a sea of dispair. Oh, that a little warning had been i heeded. FORT & SMITH, Owners aud l'ubllsliers Subscription, 50 cents per Month, Strictly In Advance En'ered as second class matter February lit*. 1919, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. THE COAST STORM Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eifcluslvely entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and &l<>o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Chicago is the best town in America —to leave. I had rather be born in Arkan- sas than live in Corpus Christi. The boys and the girls who are going off to school this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 18 September 1919

r w* /' \'P, '•V'M.V ill t; J I * r M ft# 7 *V. # ■«. s V* I •of a local nature People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pace, of Corsicana, were in the city Wed- nesday to attend the Gambrell- Corley wedding. Fort Smith returned Wednes- day after a week's visit in Alice, Texas. He reports that the storm area was a scene of devastation and that he would not go through with it again if possible to keep away. Just received a new line of guaranteed Kant-Leak combina- tion Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Caps.—Mexia Drug Co. Shot Gun Shells, all loads. V. Wolverton & Co. ' For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inches) deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice of the Munger Oil & Cot- ton Company in Mexia. See R. A. Parker for the price on same. —H. M. Munger. 5 tf. Chas. Swinburne, formerly with the News Printing Com- pany and now living in Du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 18 September 1919

I ■ I Places..This 15=Piece Set in Your Home . A Bargain / A Fine Christmas Present FOR FALL BRIDES Every bride wants Alumin- um Ware in her kitchen. . If you are going to be married this fall or know of someone who is, and you want to, give her a lifetime wedding, gift at a very low price this is your opportunity. SET CONSISTS OF— 15qt. Teakettle. 1 7 cup coffee Percolator or Roaster 1 3qt. Lipped Sause Pan with Cover. 1 lqt. Lipped Sause Pan. 2 Pudding Pans. 1 set Carving Knife and Fork. 1 Pride of the Kitchen outfit. NOTE—This outfit consists of a large 6 quart Kettle and cover, a 2 quart Pudding Pan and a 2 quart Collander or strainer. By combining these three utensils you will have a splendid double boiler, a Pot Roaster, a steam cooker or a covered Cassarole and many other different combinations can be made. FRIDAY AND 9 Chance I A factory representative will be here to personally explain to you the wonderful durabil- ity and service of these cook- ing utensils. 25 Mexia women...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 19 September 1919

- * f < YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 199 MEXIA. TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1919 50c Per Month In Advance >r OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT CONSTANCE .... TALMADGE Surpasses her Performances in "Good Night, Paul!" and "A Pair of Silk Stockings" 1 CONSTANCE TALMADGE I in this latest of her 8 Select Pictures, "SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE" And "JUST PLAIN FOLKS" You'll be Glad You Came 8:00 and 9:30 10c and 20c Tomorrow—Saturday— Bill Hart in "THE APOSTLE OF VENGEANCE" and Fatty Arbuckle in his latest two-reel Art craft (4 A DESERT HERO" WILSON IN SAN DIEGO WILL MAKE SPEECH IN GLASS ENCLOSURE TREATY GIVEN TO BULGARIA PREMIER CLEMENCEAU MAKES SHORT ADDRESS Associated Press Report. San Diego, Sept. 19.—Presi- dent Wilson will address whatj is expected to be the greatest audience on his present tour when he speaks in the Stadium. The President will be stationed! in a glass enclosure in the center! of the field and his w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 19 September 1919

1 EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT •& SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, 50 cents i>er Mouth. Strictly in Advance Entered as second class matter February liti. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. dence in the Government and would follow every false illusion until it leads them to the pit of destruction. The war is not over. Every loyal American should remain at the helm until peace and stable conditions are restored. If you can't boost then keep quiet. America arid Texas and Mexia is no place for knockers. MONEY SAVED LIVES Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press Is eKfclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited In this paper, and al*o the local news published herein. All rig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 19 September 1919

r|P~7 OF A LOCAL NATURE 0 People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Mrs. H. C. Griffin, of Worth- am, who has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Mary Black, will leave Sunday for Philidel- phia where she has accepted a position with the Universal com- pany. Shot loads. Co. Gun Shells, all V. Wolverton & For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inches| deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice of the Munger Oil & Cot- ton Company in Mexia. See R. A. Parker for the price on same. —H. M. Munger. 5 tf. Mrs. C. J. Sterling is on the sick list this week. For Rent— Furnished rooms with all conveniences.—J. M. Vaiden. tf Fresh chocolates and cheese chips at C. Felz and Son. Doc Ellisor left today for Teague where he will spend the week end. NOTICE Mrs. H. T. ForJ: announces the postponement of her Expression Class until Monday, September 22. Ner new prices will be $4.50 for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 19 September 1919

well, the taxis have to make a living? DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS o M- '—o a k ISN'T THAT THE PELPOT WE=- CAMI" i N y ABOUT TWO BLOCKS Dowf^f , rrT SIX-rich four i>OL.L^\R.S. and sevh- mtv-r ve. c.ejs-ns T^L&ASC 1 Wfci Ntc,LE^TfciD it must be- an awpuu-v ujm(? w-a-v To their h0u5s- TD NOTIFY -A3HN "V5U THEfte.' 501 dyess we LI- NES ANP SO MANV TWISTS /AMJi -TURNS HE IS MAKING? / " ~Z. MUST BE RlCrM-T! IT WAS SOME RIDE Cv WRITES OF COAST STORM NOT AS BAD AS NEWSPA- PERS SAY, SAYS MR. RIDDLE The following letter was re- ceived by Mr. J. I. Riddle, of the Riddle Furniture Company from his brother who was in Corpus Christi when the storm reached its height. Dear Brother: You have possibly read that Corpus was wiped off the map, but it is still very much in evi- dence. We have lost heavily in property and lives, but not near- ly so much as the papers report. We are guessing that between 300 and 500 lives were lost, but will never really know how many gave up their lives. Our part of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 September 1919

f ♦ r f YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED-r—TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 200 MEXIA. TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance .4 Av\ { t 4 i If 44 OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT WM. S. HART In The Apostle Of Vengeance" A reissue of one of the best pictures Mr. Hart ever made. A different role for this great actor. On the same bill ROSCOE ARBUCKLE In "A DESERT HERO" His latest two-reel Artcraft Comedy. Only 10c and 20c Monday the Greatest Production in Years "THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME" TO HAVE BOOTH AT DALLAS MRS. PACK, COUNTY FOOD DEMONSTRATOR TO BE IN CHARGE J Mrs. Pack, the County Food Demonstrator for Limestone County, has been in conference with Mr. Riddle and ladies of this city. It has been decided to have Limestone County repre- sented at the State Fair at Dal- las by having a booth and dis- plays from the different com- munities sent there. Mrs. Pack appreciates Mexia's co-operation in the matter of preparing exhibits and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 September 1919

EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT <S. SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, &0 cents per Strictly In Advance Month, Entered as second class matter February 2«. 1919, at the poato/Ilca at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each Insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. Limestone county is to have a booth at the State Fair. This will be an excellent opportunity to show Texas what our county is doing or it will be an excellent opportunity to show it what we have failed to do. Every person who won a prize at the Trades Day Exhibit should try to send that prize to Dallas. It will cost you nothing and will be returned to you in just as good condition as it was when it left. WRITING ADVERTISEMENTS Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eaftlusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 September 1919

I I -• I y i X ¥ 1 OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. The High School football team is at work this week getting in shape for the coming season. Phil Karner is captain of this years team and Billie Buckner is manager. Successful results are being obtained and in a few days the first game will be played. Shot Gun Shells, all loads. V. Wolverton & Co. For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inches) deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice of the Munger Oil & Cot- ton Company in Mexia. See R. A. Parker for the price on same. —H. M. Munger. 5 tf. For Rent— Furnished rooms with all conveniences.—J. M. Vaiden. tf NOTICE Mrs. H. T. Fort announces the postponement of her Expression Class until Monday, September 22. Ner new prices will be $4.50 for Grammar School students and $5.00 for High School pu- pils. tf Fresh vegetables at C. Felz and Son. Try our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 September 1919

CHILD WELFARE CAMPAIGN FREE PICTURE SHOW TO HE GIVEN The Mexia Mothers Club will conduct a child's welfare cam- paign in this city from Septem- ber the 23rd to the 26th. This campaign is for children up to five years of age. A free picture show will be given Tuesday night September 23rd. Mrs. Jeanit Pinkey, one of the State experts will have charge of the local campaign. Registra- tion boxes will be placed at Cox- Forrest and the Mexia Drug Co. The mothers are urged to regis- ter their babies by Monday. Child Welfare Campaign Not a "Baby Show" The child Welfare Campaign must not be confused with the "Baby Show." In the baby show beauty alone is considered. In the Child welfare Campaign the baby is judged not on the ground of beauty but in regard to its physical and mental condition. Nor is this campaign a opntest. The health records used are not score cards with grades on a per- centage basis, but are a sum- mary of the defects of the child. It is intended not primarily to discover ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 September 1919

7 <♦ ' f • r : P f r * V ; YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 201. MEXIA. TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 1919. 50c Per Month lit A> OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT "THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME" Shows 8:00 and 9:30 Admission 27c, War Tax 3c >h Sessue Hayakawa Hauurth-Mutual Star. Tomorrow THE FAMOUS JAP IN "A HEART IN PAWN" A Romance o f Japan and America— A drama of tense suspense. and a COMEDY FLU WARN- INGURGED HOMES SHOULD BE CLEAN- ED AND GREAT PRE- CAUTIONS TAKEN. TELLS OF STORM TRIALS ^ REFUGEES LAND IN FLORI- DA AFTER TERRIBLE HARDSHIPS MAILORDER HOUSES The News desires to call spec- ial attention to the article sent out by the State Health Depart- ment some few days ago relative to the re-appearance of the"flu." In this article Mr.Goddard warn- ed Texas against the coming of the epidemic and stated that san- itary conditions and cleanliness I were necessary if the disease was to be combatted successful- ly. Unf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 September 1919

■ : t I MG NEWS Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Aers and Publishers ion, 50 cents per Strictly in Advance Month, f as second class matter 26. 1919, at the postofflce at Texas, under the net of 1879. "MNG RATES ^enta. ^ing carda. cents. *ice by the rights of other individuals. The trouble in this modern business life of ours is that it has become impersonal. Rivals for- get the human nature of their competitors. This is so because in business the survival of the fittest as in other life, does not mean the survival of the best. The better man may fail in busi- ness because he rejects the methods of his competitor. The public should look for more than success if it is to do its part in helping along the gradual im- provement of society. WHY SOME MEN FAIL are So a small the Bri- 50 miles Hearst In the American magazine Theodore H. Price tells why some men fail. His article is re- printed in his own weekly, Com- lerce and Finance.He gives one ' the best definitions of a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 September 1919

* 1 tr 'A OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Mrs. J. W. Bonner has receiv- ed a letter from her sister, Mrs. J. E. Robinson, of Rockport, stat- ing that Rockport had almost been wiped off the map, accord- ing to a statement made in this letter the people of that city were without food and drink for thirty six hours. Mrs. Robin- son's home was not damaged only that the roof was blown away. The letter was written on the 19th and came oYily after re- peated efforts to get a letter through to this place. Misses Marie and Beth Patton left today for Georgetown where they will enter Southwestern University. Miss Beth graduat- ed here last year while Miss Marie has been to that school be- fore, having finished in Mexia High School year before last. Shot loads. Co. Gun Shells, all V. Wolverton & Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erwin of Corsicana were here Sunday visiting friends. For Sale: Good first class iro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 September 1919

■PI" _ J •' • < f What could be better thai\ this7 /SJGS OF THE VAN LOONS WELCOME *■-- MN DEAR M0TI+&R. >NND RATH&Rf -IN- NuW, FA'fHER ME DOWN Thfe. BASE HOW ARE.! 'J YoUUL. PL.EAS& take mrs van loonj up~ro the t-akcjla. l=r.om-r V3EJ3ROOIV1 hOTHF.ft. Micj-H-T ORJECT Jiv~r we_ must C£j-R«RArt BEFoREi. vou c;-> up VOL/, JOHN HATS | | f~ MATTER, WITH- WE. Don't i Count HEFtE I—CsW! £>A5EJV1ENT FOR M6 EH.1 WHA-Ti THE. Bic IPEA1 A RNE Y/ELCOME [JOt lioi JOHN VCU ARE. «SOM&. WELCOMfe 4/ 1NCINNATI WINS TOSS X GET FIRST GAME OF WORLD SERIES 9l on teel Associated Press Report, incinnatti Sept. 22—Cincin- watti won the toss for the open- ing game of the World Series baseball game at a meeting of the National Baseball Commis- sion here today. HHi^ MmMmwYm :14 Shows in One" •jring 3EMENT S - Coliseum ry Bands ated Orchestra of New York usical Specialty Artists ic. Popular and "Jazz" Selections ctle of Chateau-Thierry" tiry, Scenic, Pyrotechnic Production jstrians, A...

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