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LA FINAL TRIBUTE
?SE PASSES TO CEMETERY
AGEEET DET EEN U.S.
AND MEXICO INTIIPATED
CONFERENCE TO PAVE WAY FOR
14, officials of the Baptist church an-
nounce. North American cities which V IS IT h i s t o r i c
Mr. Lloyd will visit will include Win- - W aleit tCavern
nipeg, Detroit, and New York. R C HICAGO AND MONROE PIKES
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Washington, Aug. 4.-(By A.P.)-
Negotiations on the joint Mexican-
American commission in Mexico City,
which is seeking to reach an agree-
ment that will pave the way for
recognition of Mexico by the United
State were described here today as
"in the last detail".
It was evidenced that w ord of the
final conclusion of the agreement was
expected perhaps within a matter of
hours but no indication was given
as to the specific nature of recent
State department advices from the
Since the commissionehs are pro-
ceeding under detailed 1 instructions
from Washington. it is obvious that
an agreement betwen the Medican
and American commissioners will
have the force of an agreement be-
tween the two governments.
The final phases of the negotia-
tions have had to do with the claim
question of Nationals of both coun-
tries- The form of their adjustment
agreements has proved somewhat dif-
ficult to draw up in aceptable form.
Lloyd George to VisitI. S.?
Toronto, Aug. 4.-(By A-P.)-David
Lloyd George, former premier of
Great Britain will make his proposed
visit to the United States and Can-
ada this fall, addressing the World
Brotherhood, congress in this city, Oct.
JOHNNY WALKER'and EILEEN PERCY in
"THE FOURTH MUSKETEER"
Snub Pollard in "JACK FROST"
Thurs. Thru Sat.-
Jane Movak in
By Marie Corelli
Monty Banks in "A QUIET VACATION."
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Edward (Hoot) Gibson in
"OUT OF LUCK"
Bull Montana in "GLAD RAGS"
Conway Tearle in
,, Comedy and Screen Snapshots
Roy Stewart in
"BACK TO YELLOW-JACKET"
By Peter B. Kyne
earse, bearing body of Francisco Villa, passing through streets of Parral while hundreds followed the cortege
to the cemetery
Hundreds of peonns paid their last respects to Francisco Villa, their, friend, by following his body to the
ave. Hundreds lined the narrow streets as the funeral passed. The body was interred In a cemetery near
arral. Villa was shot to death from ambush while riding through the streets pf the town. Many refused to
lieve that Villa .was dead until they, saw him.
theaters has ever been filmed. Her ultimate
marriage to a British nobleman, and
the scenes in which Thelma captivates
(Continued from Page One) the scoffers of Britiys society by her
;y gives up the ring and goes into 'beauty and personality' are big with
garage business, only to find that dramatic incident.
wife has become infatuated with a
hound of the four hundred. Howl ORPHEUM .
wins back his wife's affections by .
oming the hero' of the hour is told IThe attraction at the Orpheum for
his fascinating, smashing drama of the first part of the week is Hoot Gib-
society and the fight ring, son in "Out of Luck." It is a scream-
he attraction for the remainder of
week is an adaption of the fam- -
novel of Marie Corelli, "Thelma," Kansas Governor
ring the beautiful Jane Novak. The K
y deals with a Norwegian peasant Tosses fit Into-
who is loved by san ugly but faith- Presidential Ring
dwarf, and her love of two cultur-
Englishmen who come to her
ntain home form the basis of one
he most fascinating dramas that
h.e College Inn has reopened and
serve you as usual+-Adv. ,:
1116 DEGREES HELD BY 948
STUDENTS IN SUMMER SESSION
(Continued from, Page One)
that year, and many students left the
literary college to enter the School
The Medical school has enrolled
111 student swith degrees; the Law
school, 75 stud'ents. Most of the stu-
dents in the enginnering college and
in the College of Pharmacy are under-
graduates. The College of Pharmay
has registered five students holding
one degree this summer .
There are three students in the Uni-
versity this summer who hold four
degrees. In 1918, only one student
SCOTT FITZGERALD said
"The Father of a Modern Girl
Should Be a Night Watchman"
HERE IS A DELIGHTFULLY TOLD STORY OF TWO
HIDDEN ROMANCES LLSTRATING AN
INTERESTING BIT OF REAL LIFE
Not a preachmen
bn moral conduce
but a really roman
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Gov. Jonathan M. Davis
Go'. Jonathan Davis, of Kansas,
recognized as a "real dirt farmer," has
tossed his hat into the ring as a pos-
sible Democratic candidate for Pres-
ident next year. Davis, while a col-
lege-bred man, is a practical farmer.
The Doom for his nomination has been
started in his home state.
ing comedy 'with fun for everyone.
On Wednesday through Thursday,
Conway Tearle will appear in "Mar-
ooned Hearts." It is the story of a
shipwreck in which a man is washed
to shore with a woman whom he hates.
How a storm reunites' them, and.her
love conquers all things is shown in
this stirring tale of love and death
in the South Seas..
On Friday anA Saturday, Roy Stew-
atr and Kathleen Kirkham will be
seen in "Back to Yellow Jacket," a
beautiful play of life in a rough min-
ing camp, where hearts are won and
In the Brilliant Farce Comnedy
'rA High Polver Hit"
Founded on the Story by William Anthony icGuire
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