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ST T X I : T f. E w 8 Your Choice of any pair of shoes In the house free with every $3.90, $6.90, $9.90 and $12.90 suit, or overcoat formerly sold at $10, $15, $20 and $25. are willing to forget Shoes or any Hat in A N D Is what we have left in our store. We started the sale Nov. 1 with 800 Suits and Overcoats. We must dispose of these 326 Suits and Overcoats by the first of Dec ember. The store room which we are occupying has been rented. We must vacate the premises on or before that date. These Suits and Overcoats that we have on hand consist of high-grade mer chandise in all colors and suitable for fall and winter wear: They formerly were sold for $10, $15, $20 and $25, and they were worth the money. You can buy them while they last at $3.90, $6.90, $9.90 and $12.90 Here is an offering that is just as timely as turkey for Thanksgiving; The season for getting a new Suit or Overcoat is now at hand. We guarante e1 you that you can buy three Suits of Clothes lor the same money you would have to pay for one Suit of the same quality at other stores. We do tins in order to compel your attention and you to investigate before you buy. Come in the fore noon, if possible and avoid the rush. We have also about 500 pairs of Shoes and about 500 Hats that we must dispose of. In order not to have to store any of our Shoes, Hats and (Hollies the first of the month, and to make a final clean-up, we that these Shoes and Hats cost wholesale from 82.50 to $4 and we will make you a present of any pair of the house with the purchase of any Suit or Overcoat, regardless of price of Suit or Overcoat. Your Choice of any hat in the house free with every $3.90, $6.90, $9.90 and $12.90 suit or overcoat formerly sold for $10, $15, $20 and $25. -CON SELLING THE BEN J. RICE STOCK 108 South Main Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma. POSTSCRIPT Those who have selected suits or Overcoats and had us lay them away for them will please call at once and get same as we roust vacate our present quarters by December 1. mm in AVE WON MORI! BOOREfi IN IIOW14NG IiEAGUE THAN mm " ANY tiTIM It GROW l. Aeia(ed 2l." I'ons For Throe QlH in the March Hi' RoUed in (lie Past Week. Each team In the city bowling lea- sue Iihh now hail nn opportunity to try Donciusieoi with every other team in OHO match. An analysis of the results In the first series shown that t lie Arahs were the must consis- PROMOTE tint performers, as tiny won flvs out of seven matches played. However, although they dlil not win as many matches, the Turks ami the .laps were able to take more matches in Straight geffiSS, and thus noted out tho Alalia for tho loud at tin- end of thi first scries. The second series is now on. and one week of the same completed. This srieas will end on Thuraday, December 18. Binoa theaveriiRcs Were puWished last week, three t cams have put up BeMMttlOMtl names ,the Turks leading with 1T)44 pins. the .laps next with 1130 pins, and the Indians third with 2319 pins. On Monday nlnht last, the Dutch team Rave the talent an awful surprise by taking three sanies Straight from the fust Arah.v Hoes ir and anslow did some exceptionally fine bowling, both of them exceeding die 100 pin mark In one trame or more. Roeser broke nil leairue rec ords by howling over 200 In each of three games, his average for the match being 20S pine per game. Thin break I the record net by Sony last week. The Dutch team is one of the most danger OUS teams In the leacue When they have all their men present. The .laps and the Tufks maintained the sum.' average of gamea won which tiny had In last weeks report. The 1 1 1 :-i l 1 1 1 1' 11 improved their percentage of KHtiii-H won. and incidentally went into third place ut the espi ass of the Hootch whom I lit y heat In a very i dose match. The sensational gam eg howled hy some of the leading teams seems to have had a discouraging effect on , sumo of the Weaker teams, and conse quently the howling has suffered, however, permission was granted to the weaker teams to strengthen by signing some high class bowlers, which has bean done in several In stances and different results may he expected In future matches. It takes 1 practice und lots of it fur some howl ers to get into proper condition, und It Is practice which is m.iklnr pogel bio the high scores put up hy such ttaina a the Turks and Japs. The I mem be re of these teams are to he ' utdered a pretty fine bowler, but at present a howler must exceed the lflO aveiage to he Considered among the Lad era. AM the teams are optimistic of success for there is a long race ahead and many of the teams which are leaders now may he bringing up the rear of the procession by the time I the second or third series is over. Howling, like base ball, Is a vi'ij un certain game, and, while class tells, there Is a grand opportunity for one j und all to get into the running und win. Then; ure several men below the ISO mark who will appear In the ranks of the leaden before long, uml the writer predicts that the averages puMished a month from now, will show ail the following gentlemen In I the ItO class or better: Anslow, New lin, McCoy, MoN'ulty, Shaw, Dye, 15. ItcKerren, Heckathorn ami Webi r. Taking everything Into considera ; tion, M. K. ('lino of the Tuiks, has been the most consistent b iwler In the matches howled within the peat ! thief weeks. Ho has averaged above seen practicing almost every day and 1 if some of the games bowled hy them 1 in practice could be transferred Into 1 the league records, there would not J he anything to the league but Turks and Japs. However, it Is a very dlf I ferent matter getting a lot of pins In g game where an umpire in stationed a. the foul line and penalising every man who touches the line. Fouls have proved a veritable hug bear for a gnat many otherwise fine bowlers. The Improvement shown in the general average of howling in the league is quite noticeable, and the .miage fame per man, taking the league as a v. hole ia approximately 11,0 pins at the present lime. There wan a time not long ugo when any one who averaged 1DU pins was coii the 176 pin mark in all three of the last matches howled by his team. His team mate, Sony, Sloan of the Japs, ftoyd of the Indians, ltoeser of the Dutch. Ueardsley of the Scotch, Hub bard of the I lanes and Kh.iv of the Irish, have also shown a high degree of efficiency. Gamea lor This Week. Monilay Arabs vs. Indians. Tuesday lush vs. Jups. Wednesday Scotch vs. Danes. Thursday Dutch vs. Indians. Friday Arabs vs. Turks, Dr Larklns, Osteopath, jpp. Kress.' ad K MKT 1 III I HARDWOODS HMGRO Well Drilled and Hansomely Uniformed Arab Patrol of Akdar Temple Which Will Take Part in Festivities Hem Nert Week INIIH I I il l IV AN I NOHMOUS M MB! II OF Ul l it I I .-. AT HUH THUS. HOW BIRDS EYE IS FORMED Ituds Unable to Force Through tin Itmk QivC tlic Very Much !) sired i :f li i l for I imnlurc. CUTICURA SOAP riul (uticura Ointment. They do much for irri tated, itching scalps, dandruff and dry, thin anil falling hair, and do it speedily, agreeably and economically. CuUmrm fVMp tod Oil t mart toM tferouchout ttM wnrt'l Liberal wopi? of ucb nitlI ttw, wttH 3-p book Afldm ' Tutlc wTSitu wh'i guar a int( hampoo ttttb Cutlcur ftoap will Oidlt tieit fur aaio and icalo. " ' Left to right, lop row- Lietit. S. K. DytvOircctor ; E R. lVrry, H. W. Blfluta, I. I). Mi U -m, T. A. "ipkin. A I). Young, Setfl ! S. DeHdJtu. D. Wertzljcrger, .O. T. Dtwtoti, H. H. M PitM, l.icut. K. B, Hantit Cenit-r row . K. bentrfenberg, B S Owen, 6. II Seaffer, .1. H. l'ortcr, Svtrelarv; fodeofl B. Bartlctt, t). E. Dple, J. V. Woodford, W. 1.. I'rohst; HofT'.tii row 0, H. Thompson, B. B. Jug cr. Captain Hairy V. Grics, j. H. WjnamUlcf, D. D. Myers, W. A. Goodman. Members of patrol not shown in above picture- R. D. SlaufTer, T. J. Hartmaii, W S. WW tier J. 1. Qilldspk and Ralph Hague. Though at one. time In the early his tory of the country an averajji of 60011 maple treaa were destroyed In rleariiiK the ordinary New York or PaOBayl vania fut ill. maple la today, aOOOTdina to the departuu nt of agriculture, urn of the most widely used and valuable native hardwoods, A OMlleUn on the uses of mple. Just Issued hy the department, States that the atOOd finds place in an 1 BOnnoUS Dumber of artlelee In dally use, from rolling pins to pianos and organs. It is on-' of tho best Woods for flooring, and is always a favorite mat' rial for the floors of roller skalint; rinks aiol bowling alleys, it h-ad.s still other woods as a material for shoe lasts, the demand for which in Mass u husctn Ions exceeds IS million hoard feet annually. I ir maple stands mar the top of the hit of furniture woods In this country, The aooallsd "buds ays' etfi the department explains, is probably duo to huds which for some reason can not foree their way through the hark, hut whicii remain art beneath it yen after year. The young wood is disturbed each suc I'eidinc f 1. on hy the presence of the In I and grdWS around It In fantasia forms which are exposed when the saw ruts throUKh the abnormal growth. .Maple, the department (foen on to say. Is INM of the OhlOf woods used I for iiki u nit ural implements and farm machinery, being so saptoyea' be- saaSB of Its siK UKth and hardness. All kinds of wooden ware nro made of I rnaots, which holds lmortnnt rank nlso in the maniifacturn of shuttles, j spoobt and SObbtBA It BompstSS with 'daek gun for first pljjOS In th" nianu- : failure of rollers of many klr.ls, from; llMNS smployed In house moving to the lss maSBlVS ones used on lawn-1 niowetn. Attiletie niSflgj school sup-1 plies, brush backs, pulleys type rases and c rutches are a few of th other j artlcl' B for which Rtapts Is In demand, 1 Heven species of maple grow In the I'nited States, of which suit. 11 maple,; iflletlmSS railed hard map!", Is the most Important. The total cut of ma- in the Uattafl states annually amounts to about 1,1 60.000 UU0 feet. Nearly one-half is produced by Michi gan, with Wisconsin, l'lnnsyhania, ew Voik, and West Virginia follow- iliK In tile order lianiod. Sup.ur nia pia, says the department, Is in little danger of dlsappearliiK from the American forests, for It Is a Strong, vigorous, HKKt'esslve tree, and though n.'t a fast grower Is aide to hold its own. In Michigan It Is not unusual for maple to take possession of land from which pine or hardwoods have been cut clean, and from New IOiik l.inrt westward throuifh the Lake States ami southward to the Ohio anil Potomac rivers few other SDSClSS are oftener seen In woodlots. BPOKANB, Wash., Nov. 15.--Figures for the lumber , OUt and ship ments of Spokane country mills for August and September "re made puh lie by Seeietary A. W. Cooper of the Western Pins Manufacturers' asso ciation. havltiK head offices In Spo kane. The augUSt cut of mills he longing to the association amounted to 1 4,0 5 Mil feet. August ship ments were K0,B22.KX9 feet. The Sep. tember cut was 11,111,(11 feet; ship ments, 71,7.r)!t,al feet. It Beooaaes Thick, Wavy, 1 u- ami Ml !undiurr Ms- sppcers. Surely try a "Dundenm Hair Cleanse if roa wish to Immediately doUbls the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderihe and Iraw It Carefully through your hair. taking one small strand at a lime; this will oleaass the hair of dual, dirt or any CSCSSalVS oil In a few minutes you will he amazed. Your hn'r will lie wavy, fluffy and abundant and pos sess tin incomparable, softness, lustre and luxuriance. 1:. 10. s beautifying the hnlr. one ap p 11 cation of Denderini dissolves tvery partlols of dandruff; InVlnrateS the scalp, stopping Itching and Batting hair. Hatiderlne Is to the naif what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation, It go si rlcht to the roots. Invigorates ami strengthens them, its exhilarating, stimulating ami life-pro ductal properties cause fhs hair to mow lotiK stronc and beautiful. Tog can surely have pretty, soft, lustrous half, and lots of it. :f you will fust gal a II cent bottle of Kpowltons 1 1 1 Bdeftas from any drag Stefe or toil et counter and try It as directed. Adv. Steel Davenport with extra support on sale at Tulsa Household Supply Quit Business Sale for S7.85.