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Wyoming State Tribune (Newspaper) - January 1, 1921, Cheyenne, Wyoming 1 to Friend May Learn Something of W JAN. 1, 1921 Member Associated Prew PRICE FIVE CENTS CHURCH NEW nad t Them fat ALL SET CHAMPIONSHIP Jan Ail California's led today to where annual of crowd of at The major first WM floral Kora than a flowers la the c- for waa th have been which con- eaat west game the teams of Ohio and thj y of which at third erent waa ball n PLAIN CLOTHES MAN FINOS DRINKING AT DANCE OH DIE Nil For State Tribune's Big Sport Extra Tonight high school and the famous in th. Ble Final Bport ON THE STREETS BY 6 O'CLOCK MY PUNNED TO PASTOR CHURCHES DO LITTLE TO SHOW THEMSELVES WORTHY OF THE DENCE OF THE BREAKFAST ALSO GIVEN MEN AFTER NIGHTS REST IN FAMOUS EDIFICE IRISH SUSPECTS LEW II FIST LIFE WITH CROWN FORCES IT THEIR HEELS Oil fTW B A Qf fact Jaa i a IB light K of a In mott who w ta rto to jo and There tM him to leare w k tO The C. to br and were to In hundred the nu n W to such OTOT without of the poUM a ot of tin of tba glad Mow IP close that no for of to dtf onti aha if for day and night two nights running in regarded as safer than homes of and hence the frequent in by the crown forces of ere i ihe best hotels in which the dinary is startled out of his sleep and with a pointed at him Is required to lie houses are re acain and again after ure to find the wanted in that be must turn up thinking the has been abandoned H is that there are on north of the city in which these IDENTIFIES TWO OF MEN Colored men the names Of Arthur and Under- wood were Identified by Mrs. Daisy Odom late Friday after- noon as ths two who had attempt ed to assault her Thursday Still in a nervous state from her Mrs nas to the building from St John's and ed by whom the lice had rounded np on that might knowledge of the She at once declared that Nave was the one who had at the door while bis companion had made the She not positive as to the features his face to fact that the guard had worn over the NEW Jan. hundred homeless and employed men started the new year by sleeping in the of one of the historic New York St. tt the early men were part of a more met in a Bowery hall on and planned to break into church If admittance refused but when approached ond they found it brilliantly with Dr. William Norman waiting for them with an invitation to do said show worthy of the confidence of the and surely community will not compel the churches ions to lend themselves to uses Dr Guthrie then told the j Burglars Take Much Clothing at Beatty Home A of second birds paid A unofficial night to the denre ot C L while and hia family were at the c temple attending the masked bull and annual social of the Noble Order o Ithe nearly every item clothing arrangements had been made to give fiom a substantial fast 1 hern no ud the men listened to the with respectful attention fit Mark's church was in 1791 In a under- neath is buried the body nf Peter one Of tho Dutch of York H a to have takam A rlM that the of During Party in. a y 1 f. ott ot Jam. Only a state fa f af tor a HMt of 1080 the Two mm DAVE PASSES ON the wife of in Hd shot MM. ww a New The Bear Sez COURT AT Jam. Poor all from tatal to Star by ot with a For and Rising per For fair tonight and 8 n a d a 7 HEW OF tm TENNIS N. Z Jan 1 P. II of Philadelphia and William M Johnston of San Francisco made a clean sweep of the Daris cup lawn tennis tournament by defeating Gerald F. Patterson and Norman Brookes here today in the terminating the defeated 8-7, 1-2 6 S and 6-3. while Johnston boat Brookes 5-7, 3 6'I and Judge Not Named Until Next .i appointment of a judge 01 the Sixth to Ralph hy ernor Carey It TU announced that ter would not be finally decided until day the new Judge will begin his term had been wan taken the She 1 he was the one who taken the lead in the atUck though she related that nt time had worn a different coat and bat Willard the man arrested at Thursday will be back to but the of the other two will mean that be will not be of connection with the af fair Instead the officers prob ably will try to show that he was concerned In of Ar thur Barrett on the South Side the night Barrett held at the county jail for a hap re D. Jan. HOUM amd to of Hlx Killed oaa and that may account for the fact that clothing was 1 iken TMs the that i lie resident e has the No tidings an tn tlie Invadi rs bern Noise Sounded Like a Barrage i i made Friday night to the new iear in and to th cold out reminded one of barrage that to and scare the al lied with able article would produce ix was with all tho Tim of the and eien sprinkling of who wern from n racket manufactured in the in 1921 are mated at a of Special Music at Choral Services court rw ot GOVERNMENT MACHINERY PAUSES FOR NEW YEAR i ritv of bunk the era- tct monthly bank clearings that often ex- doing a ness of a city four to MX times the i the airplane city of the is the main of the Hocky Mountain and A control point ot I nitty I air t jw n d for tint tbA EE work of the which hu in or for will be at It announced fair tomcat for will oe is prov and at It waa announced number with being a tlon of an 0 wl golf also la to taunts tr tonight in t h The conrt In north and la the group in I there to play almost dally as the cabinet MARRIED COUPLE FOUND DEAD WITH POISON BOTTLE NEAR Special mimic been ir for the servire ut the at 4 o clock tomorrow Thin ice is a new one been in- frw woaks ago and to large There will he H special the nnd rocal solos tomorrow OMAHA Neb Inn 1 Hog 4 Sfin t tn 10 bulk medium and 4900 top JS bulk and parking 50 ft i attie 1 beef to 25 lower Jan 1 machinery paused to dav to greet the Incoming year Despite the elimination nf the i m White House reception due to the of Mr Other promised to i of the of war years Members the corps were a Acting of who WAS nv Wilson to act in h gtead informal i tions by cabinet o fir Secretaries Baker and rangod to hold open day for the public at arm for e and The men of whether or w a Yen M n a the fire i win nC the the the n whose services n un circumstances the habit p every emergency with reio nd May the to them the recoct on patriotic service rightly T the main point of raw materiaN as gralm rattle toon d re ajtd some through en ne tlian other point wMt of on the 1 ic M t railroad center of four the stone and Lincoln luul tlie Pacific and lington and Colorado A ern at the of tlie Yellowstone aad is to of Tjl and Mountain A front fishing Wg hunting within 2O miles of limits that attran from all i an ideal son has a mean ot during the nit r of F the f week In tlie capital of thp political of J one of thp greatest In union I imo n of I higher I barely People Find in Home as They Head bad left his Friday saying he would not return Mrm had been carefully laid out after while that of her was Fail to A p p 6 a r 1 When CUnde U at and his wife failed to appear at a New Year's want to Tiim and hla on that Mri Head had first No written information on tlie of the was Ibe had been rant only four months ntP to i 7" cents lower Bh ep feeders the Cardinal Gibbons Rallies From Improves In the I The arrh was for n or t charm of a witch or M vi Md i rallied from i yesterday .i a i th v and mini -o r u pi T pa. i i r Id o thin nim M Ml wh i lu i t' h BF BE I Jan 1 that de dmt Of UM hate In aad aow hai la the statement of Harry U nnd the Dublin to 10 Bfl elected that to the matter of waa entitled fA of himself donat to 01 j OB other who no of inflation ei tended to Irish members of par to confer with on the ime f n i v iv1 IMP nei no and t i ii he ni n ei re d i -j I n thn ordinal han thn last sacrament It was the he has nv treme 4 tary post In thp I ntt In i the we i iH in hesf He thp leu I nf fine of of the 1 the iml railroad i the and two j million I witter one ot I In the i nif tlie hub of li i- the finest I in the Union 1 with an annual payroll for i nnA l ton I i and renter of Wyoming nrt to ft Of Hating and r fit the city i
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