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F I V B I m in nil inunm i n ,nii jj nt PORjtm sriiiiri i;i wii.i. in: i hi ti ii on tin: oi.. USUI Min i in i ii. 1. 1). trkainuu la, ii-iin t. PORT smith, Ark., Nov, 1 tiiouh defeating th Austin coll i Bin rman, Ti v i I team In preti fame ham Mil afternoon, tha ai- li.lliMis r.i.oi I'll' I, M Were Mini. .1 .iv.imsl for Hi. flrsl tint tins year, Tim final si mi' u as Arkansas K, Aunt in college 7. 1 till FN noi DAY Milium 7. I.uuilann II. Mniiii.i:, a i.i .. Nov, l Brilliant plu) by Kim. Newell, captain ami lufl hull of iiir Auburn olevan, nan th main factor in Auburn's victory over Louiilgna Itst univsrslt) ban this afternoon, aoora 7 to o. I HI , SO KM 1 1 If 2. 1918 Mil Ml I' t.i '.N II' II I i Hi to ( i i i:i.ii i i; w i him:. in Hi' Ttfod B) h inch ami Bui I X4Mm 1 1 ii ipni' ii i iii AN Hi' tii I'ri mil it. lit T.ipe. j ,m)o oorea o win . ki hange f in Tulsa. 1,1-iin'H an Well ami production Ii MM fill r i ii .mi--tn nea i Ca Ha I'l I ildunc Irilllm morn Inp, i n nr ii ik li l 1 ti r i 7.1...- Ail'. Work win begin Monday at Henry Kendall college on temporary col lage gymnasium, which im a Mparata atructure and will ba erected between Robertson hall and tin. administration building ami ad joining tim athletic (laid to the east nf the oollage building, it will fam tin- south. Plana for the "k.vi" have been Workad out nuletly during Mm paal tew weaka by Phillip Dlgon, (inanclal secretary of the college, Uooal oil men have contributed largely to tin fund or the erection at the build Ing it was announced yesterday that the structure would i' ready tor for' mal opening to the public mi next Thanksgiving night, at which time the ! i'ii ' la 1 1 rootoatl team win give ai "liouac warmer" and banquet to the Tujaa tiiiiii achool olaven, whoso op ponent it win be in tha animal Thanksgiving day gams between tha two team. The gytti in to cost about M.SOO. it win ba od not only by tha oollage but by tha church and achool ath letic organliatlon in the olty ns whi, there being no building available for bih u a at present, 'i in' building will in tf by so feet in dimension, it win be furnished with the moat approved type of atb . Uc equipment. This equipment will It of a permanent nature, o it ran I"- installed la the permanent gym nasium that the college bopsa 1,1 be able tn ereel next year. All of the parallel bar and similar floor appa- rat u will be 10 fixed that It ran le i hoisted in the celling whenever the building is to i,' used fur baseball, handball, eto. Tin' basketball court will he 40 by ti teal in dimension. There will bo two large dressing room in the building, witii three shower hatha in e n n one. There will be seating ac loiiuuodation tor ;:. people. Rpecial arrangement have been made with the Tulsa street Railway company for aervloe to and from tiio i liege during the winter months, when basketball game are staged. Tn Lets, Including admission to tie game anil round trip tare, will be buhl for - cent each. Kendall promise to have Mis beat girl ami boys' basketball teams in le i hiator) iins season, Training work has already begun. Some Mk games are being arranged for. Tulsa high school and ohurch teams will use the gymnasium for training purposes and will also stage their gome there, II I II M 1 Chicago W, Illinois 7. i 'hlcago, it. t. I.- in a brlllianl rally cm ami today crushed Illinois If to ; and maintained its place in tha front of the conference ohampionablp race, The mini led through ihe fust half with seven points scored In the first lew minutes of play, when Pogue, quarter, ran back a punl through the Whole Maroon (quad for a touchdown, but tintr defense meit ed awaj before tha KaraOna in the second part. Chicago fought haul In the first half to score but fumbles and Incom plete forward paasos prevented, tn the second half Chicago rushed the Illtnl off their feet. At the end of the third quarter they had scored two touchdowns. In the fourth quar ter Chicago seined two more touch down i nsiim straight football. nii Subtle Revenge. Boston Transorlpt. Two young bootblack who have stands rlus" together on Tremont street quarreled the other day. "I'll gel even with that guy yet." vowed the smaller hoy of tha two. Join' to fight him, are yer. .lini my?" lie was asked. "Naw! When he nets trim pulishnl n i;ent I'm Knirn? to say ter that Kent Minn's he steis off the chair: 'shine, sir, shine:" II w I ini: I ri in hi l l- IT Oil i K I li. tomi.HT s i oi'in i:sv TO Tl l.s.s. PUT CARNEY STILL HERE Other i:perts Willi I vliihit Will It, main Over for l.n-i Day of Uie Big imposition. As an especial courtesy to tha man axemen) of the International Dry Parmlng Disposition, ami In order that th" several ihouaands oltlaen of Oklahoma who have as yal been tin uble to view the wonderful exhibit of the northwest sir. Pat Carney In charge of the Montana Exhibit ba agreed to keep their display intact un it! Sunday evening. Mi OWighl Kuahnell Of Twin Ridgea, Montana, has also consented to remain an. I assist In the display. Mr. Jiie Nash, Who I OOmniOllh known ,is the "Hay Bead Artlat," ol Montana, who installed the exhibit, appreciate the dtstinoUon of having been awarded the first pi ,.e as the tnoBt artistically arranged display at the exposition: up to the present time th Montana Rxhibtt has been award ed eighteen firsts and eight aei and prise on grains, grasses and vege tables displayed. Many places Were won by these products In the sweep slakes eiasses in competition with en tries open ty. th world. Many crops of haul winter wheat in Montana yield In u BO bushels per acre, while oats yield 77. to 100 bush-'Is. Alfalfa ems five tmie tu the acre, and timothy ami clover dues exceedingly well. The "Oreat Big Potatoe" as served i a the North-Pacific dining ear it 10c a piece, yields BOO bushels per iiere. Montana is not onlj a grain and hay country hut wonderful de telopmcnts is shown In their ad vancement as a dairy country, while apples, cherries and other fruits grown In the state brings twhe high est price in the Now Viik, Liver pool and llambcrg mark t. The "Mcintosh Red," the famous apple of th bitter root, is used extensively It, the Courts "f Europe, IS i uniuion i, it i lull Uivliuud lu l . ml lu Mliiorl In Ihe Ha, km- ut a 1 1 . no OKLAHOMA C1TV, nKl- Nov, I. ti is now praet loally oertotu thai Oklahoma city, which dropped out of the Texas League two years ago on account of the financial difficulties of Aimer Pa vis, then owner of tha Ok lahoma City franchise, will make no effort to Ket back Into thai league Huh inted t Texas Novem sitlon of sun pro In fait chamber fused to .f a has. that he c ry the wl Vot Pool Mall- Nov. IS. U&DPORD, oi la,, Nov. I. On No vember H cltlscn of this nlty will votat on whether or ii"t pool halls will be permitted to operate In the city. The council recently passed an ordinance prohibiting pool balls but omitted the emergency clause in order to give the v, .ters an opportunity to vote on 'he question of referendum petitions were Died. The petitions wen- tiled and Mayor Ittiili named November 18, as the time for the election, a number of towns in Oklahoma have eliminated pool halls. and In nearly every naae where the people expressed (henisehes in an election the halls were knocked out. year and win noi be reprca the annual meeting of lb. Leagus magnates, called for bar i and t, w hen the coutpi the circuit for the coming aei I, ably will be decided upon. present Indication are that Oklahoma City will again be without any organ ised baseball neat year, I Meyer, former stale auditor of Oklahoma and a Well-known baseball man, wlni has been active in his ef- fort to secure either a Texas league i a Western league franchise for this city for the ion season, has practi cally abandoned his efforts along thai line "ti account of the lack of sup port and encouragement here. Meyer has started to organise a stook com pany and had enough pledges tn justi fy him in believing thai the project could be made to go, but after the of commerce had flatly ro glve Its backing to any s,,rt 'ball proposition, h de. id' d mid nut afford ti, t ry 1 1 1 oar- inle load himself. It seems to I"' practically certain that the Austin franchise of the Texas league will be placed elsewhere and Mr. Meyer says t.'.i he had abundant nas. m to believe that the franchise could be secured for this olty, II. bad Intended to attend the Houston meet ing to present Oklahoma City's claims hut has now abandoned that Idea and I far as is known here no one else has taken the matter up, It was believed thai the recent i hange In the street railway situation Oklahoma City would help out base ball hut it does not seem tn have had ir.y effect in that direction so far. The li I baseball park which the city now Ha was built two years nun, when tin' Oklahoma state league was start ed mi what was then known as the Patterson line, to which tranters were tn i given from the other lines of the city. The company Which operated It did not have cars enough to transport a ciowd of any sue and the fad ..f having to pay two carefarea discour aged many from attending game. It had therefore been supposed that a new park would hSVi to be built In oaae a team were inatalled here but the recent absorption of the Patterson line by the Oklahoma Railway com pany makes it possible to i;et good service to the present park. Utotiior Big i im- at Morris. The Devonian Oil company com pleted another well "ti the Beeley Alexander faun in section 18-18-18, No. s, making from too to 600 bar rels natural. Prairie Getting Busy. Since the leases in Osage county were approved t" the Prairie Oil .v 'i.'i Co. it has tint busy and made a number of locutions in Osage county, making two on subdivision 78, off settiiiK No. 7 and 1 J of Ml Oypsy i i i ipany on the south. On thi same su'illvlsion, the company has four along the east line, offsetting the wells of the Minhehoma tin compans to the east. OUR PIT BUSINESS SALE 'm y'vwaiajajwrhr "t'tBgBsggai:asi wsai mm W" a -in 1 1 n ut irmTiaar-nau i iwwjjjbjbmjjjjjj bMBMMBMMMWMMW OF BOYS Am CHILDREN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Continues With Unabated Interest 'Nik wri'K tvt add lioy.s' Bliirts ttiid ;iiMs, liovw'und ( 'liiMivii's Hat, Uuyu' and Cbildieu'i Sweaters, iiiitl ;iImi I lo Shut"-, On aliovt' liiu'K c jfjve you ;t t;Uar s;i ing of 20 wv conj to 1 per cent, TheBe pneeM on "Beit Ever' Hoys' t1lotlit' tivvuil n ni 1 1 si ( n 'k is f I la ust ct I. $3,50 Suits and Overcoats ; floKiugsiul lricc $2.35 $4.00 Suits and Ovt'ivoats; closiiig out juice $2.63 5.00 Suits mid OveivoatH S3.3f .s'li.iio Suits mid Ovcri'oatsj t'losing out price $4.00 .f"..")!! Suits and Overcoats; closing out price $5.00 $10.00 Suits and Overcoats; closing out rice l.."iii Suits and Overcoats; closing nt rice $3 35 $15.00 Suits and Overcoats; closing out ui,,' $10.00 1111 LIS F PUZZLE 11 WEST M.W (. MI I W M Hi MN li.iW II I Mi III I A SOl. I l WHO PAYS WEIGHT FEE? l aw i- Xii '.i.e mi (jiU'Mtlon Hut M.in- datori r ni Cotiun Mu-t in Hclghod. OKLAHOMA C1T) . Okla., .Nov. I. Certain provtatona of the new game law and the low providing (or the re weighing of cotton are pussllng to the attorney general's officii as Well us to others who haye made Inquiry of the attorney general. William Copps Of slountnln Park, a .-.1111111 man, wants t" know whether the purchasor nr the buyer of Botton musi pa) the fee for the ro-weighlng at it. Mis law is v,-ii;i 1 the proposition, bill mandatory that the cotton must be re Weighed and that somebody must pay for it. Section I, according to the m torney general, says that buyer, he lore removing the cotton must have it rewelghed, and that th" purchaser the re-weighing la the second weighing and that the one wlto buya lha cotton must pay this tea, .1. i). Urigaly, county attorney of Cleveland county, makes Injury con cerning certain provisions of the new game law, and is answered with ths statement thai the new law is n i -ample of "l'.i.se legislation." Th Cleveland county attorney, after reoh Ing the provision of the law that as sistant cum" warden may collect 16 cents for selling s license and then muHt remit the other $1 t" the state gam warden. Then another portion of the law says that TB wr cent of the 1 ; 1 Into the road and bridge fund. The Inquirer arants to know how this money can ever get into th road and bridge fund U. M. C. Shells. Winchester Shells Sportsmen Attention - '.' V You can only Shoot Ducks until December 16. Get Busy. We have ;i uud assortment of Guns and Ammunition, Make our store he.idijuurters. We have Hunting Licenses. M. C. HALE Hardware 107 SOUTH MAIN ST. Peters Shells PHONE 22 Western Shells Oregon State Exhibit at the International Soil Products Exposition, Which Took rZfnnd Sweepstakes State A7vnrd LAWYER, TKI KIM.. I T Al... 11I1II. si,,ii Indian l.mer Mile- al Office Illinois. John V Calmer, the noted Indian lawyer, horse raiser and tree kins- of 1 nyuKP county Is a BloiM and not an j Osage by hlrth Ha was. however, adopted by the Oaaga about thirty years aco. Mr Palmar Is mostly n self-ertneat-eit man. Ha has n wonderful inetn- ory nnd has reH'i much. B sternly I refuses to hecune a candidate fori Oongrslonal or stale legislative honors. COLLEGE VIEW ADDITION Tulsa s Latest and Most Beautiful Homesite ANDERSON - BERRY CO. 201 Palace Building (!) W Two Matlneis Today at THI: I MIT.I I Reserved seats, first matin t) first night show, tjuaki r I C I IliP ip. Do It Now! Phone 1761 unci have that suit cleaned and pressed for SI. 25, by ADAMS The Careful Clothes Cleaner i the county, when there is no wa) provided for it t., get there? The at- lorney general anaw-rs the Inquiry ... ., ... ndaaysth int) ir ret oar, put ' rhe 5JI N-,"t T!' no motte) Into any fund but thai Im Bxaotly as Being Stagsd must remit all he receive to th state " ... , ln N"u "lk treusurer. Prom the tact that .;, r 1 Ml'Kl I III; Ti:it-T.l.v ire many lissistuiit (riimi- warih'tis ilid . . r Ihey must pay In advance fur all II- 1 - - J ' - ' - lie Mult; ireanUn '"el U outilil noi om known how much if any should tu in 1 i the goad ami bridge fund until the nd of the year. The atsSmey1 gem ral uggeata thut the only waj f"t any of I t to ai t tu the road ind bridge fund lependa on whether or not the law mean thul the i .unity ti.'dsuri i limy llvidd It and -end T r. ."i Dent to the lounti and per cant to tha siato nun fund. l',t ..f DoMCMlC 1'olli'y. rem Toledo Uiudo. A diplomat Is a man wtio can say In- fight thing tu a Woman who ha M m:ol the dlSOOVary thai h. i j.'lly un t JtlL A Sato, Wise Invest nent COLLEGE VIEW ADDITION Or.e Dollar Down One Dollar a Week ANDERSON BERRY CO. 201 Palace Building It. ill t.- MM I.I ina Present.