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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, SPVTV.VV, NOV I MJ1 B " ', P319
Si S el a 4, ... a a,'-.. U tsrff"r ).,.j-niii Cleat Jy."W Vv -vV V. Pre pure for your Thanksgiving Holiday h iiipplying your silt with the Correct Clothes for the occasion. Thanksgiving sun gests "drcasing-up and "dressintf-u ) " suggests Benjamin Clothes Suits .ind Overcoats $18 and up HI FOR SEATS NIMH ,1 hi li si I I. IM.OMI si is i in r.n. i i ii U li i i. (. VMI s YALE FIELD SCATS 70,000 Will. ..ii- Ml Hi- I xp.iion.i- ill llu II. mli li III. H, ol- I .'il -in . Mil, ,KU I'OftK, N" Minus demand for bin luti r-unlt 1 1 ilty in II parts of i J mm hi tun I KNMKNT Wll VI ss I I - n Ills IN M I ltl N C' M- II! i:i.. VIOLATED WBSI III To sn. -i in OficraUiig end Ju i., i;, .iin .' VoM In liie Public, Kay Hubbcll. St, ino enof h.mih at the tout ball games iiic country ii: lutumti present omc new prop i hi- for Hi'' undergraduate ami grad lati inunngors w Men lhay M having great difficulty In lolling No colli ;: gtlldlUIII has I In i ll built thai ultorded ample seating accom modation tut the mol Important game of the schedule, " hi ala'aye icaiars i" curtail - allutmant of coupon, .ma in iiiuiij ttaoi 1 1 1 return hundn da "i applit atlom liei am e of Ihc linponail Hit) of seating the thoua-uiul- who an- Milling, to pa) two to tin . doll H i- tor Ui kota nd spi nd from fifteen to fltt dollar additional or transportation and hotoi accom modations previous to tin tamo. in mi uuse liai the Inoreaaed seel lug 0041' Ity ui 11. iladiumii kepi nai . with thi demand for tickets. Th.- CilH'AUO Nov, 1 2. Further Inf or niMtion mi 1 ii.i activities in Hit "' the American Teleoiioni' and Telegraph cdmpan) to abeorb J" mitt Independent meml jertion among Ihe Independent when Theodore N. Vail suggested ,i plan for a ,,tv sum of territory, the plan to ul timate!) result in consolidation. The witness was asked if WW plan had not in'. .ii in 1 1 i"i i u saving In ooerniinR me .e,on,.e ... .... handlng the applications out Partly ' he .aid. put ac of the "w the lergr. ate footl.aU man- idea 1 think there was no particular i '' ttd :" lrfM,nl intention of reducing the telephone "'' atenographers and a large clerical cost to He public. There ai no dla- !",v" ""cestary to open, nie mmI oussl f cheapening aervlc.) to the reply to thes. re.iuest tor seats. This 'pni.iir. in h word, Mr. Vallspolni was situation appllca, of pouiw, only to tint competition m some alstrlct was the st Iniporl mi and cloalni games too severe and he waa doslr of ol the season, but the work and do- ellminatinv that ipetition." tall rnqulred In aystematlcall: canim ti.i- 1 Wll. sun I N'l'.;l IN ruitM v. nd postal 01 (Mm Dinner r mi- feaale's w. .i- i i of the Vali Harvard, Armj Na i diig Hanuy. Princeton-Vale and games "t similar I president and Mrs, Wilton entertain- "'' aeilverr. M remalna for tlx .-.1 m dinnei at the White House to- managemenl to apportion tickets rep- Inlghl In honor nf their daughler, M lag resenting less than i0 per cent ol the i Jessie Wilson an Francis H Bayre, total application In such a was thai . who are to bo married nexi Tuesday, undergraduate and" alumni ma have It wi(s the first White Houso function Hrsl call on the coupons The cbanc given for ib- younu couple. All the of the average outsider nay be glean-I ,,f I ho i.iililin, nam v., r.. ill V. ll-ll It Is Slated tnal Willi I. ..'MM' conei rns, w as u . Kubbell of Buffal adav l.v B. governmeni wit- amona the ku. is. who Included Winl- seats available for the Army-ra frrd T. Uennlson, asalatanl attorney game, there were 76,000 applications : . I .,1(1. ,r,, W.i.., . ,,,',,,, Orit1Ul-..l. ..1)1, lli,, I I i I', lll'll 'l.'ll'll!.. '. ll"'!' II' l.lH .1.,- IN II II"' Il ' ' "111" ' ' ,".' ,,.,. , ,, ,, in,, prosecution of the American uom- M. tf-napp. Di Rary T. Orayaon, aide ptn for violation of the Sherman antl to the Prealdent; Pellx Prankfurtor, tntisl law of the tiuieau of insular affairs! Meut. Hn the cross egamlnatfon "f Mr. B. O. I n. I' s1 and Mlas Malt- Hubheil Who la preaidnni of the fed- lami Marsh. ill. of Washington; Ruth ..i T..i..i,h and TelearaDh com- Hall, of 'Washington; Lucy and Mary Smith, "I Ni w Orleans; Bleanor ana Margaret Wilson and Helen Woodrow Johes, pan j pgrp unael Bought to show (hat the ..I' consolidation was to sava ns.' and would reauli in lowering t i ..st ui sen i.'' to the public, Mr llubbetl thought the motive ..f e American company was to ell ml- isily competition. w ii neas lis i told "I ' u effort i.i in.. American comuanv lo ol'lain control companj egp. th. th natr . The Plot i.i Overthrow Uovernnienl. LONDON, Nov. 22 A despatch In the Doll) Telegraph from Sbanglial Bays the foreign authorities there have discovered documi nts which reveal a f the Btromberg-Carlson pioi nf wi.i.' ramirications t" over .t ntuiaunatai. M ' reDuied throw the Pekina aovarnment. The 1 1 inn uni game was pi tyed today, holds with t mporary additions about io.ooo spectator. According to Oraduate Tri asuw I'. W Moore of the liar- ! in .i Atbeltlc agaoclation, i.'.o.ouo ats would be needed t.. fully auo- I ply the .leiiuiii.i in writing of thai rules governing iiic dlatrlbutlon of I the ticket and the problem In gen-1 I oral, Mr Moon says. 'The whole object .f all theac rule, however, i to dlatrlbute an utterly I ; madi nuate supply "t seat In the fair eat i "ssii'i" way aiti'itiK Harvard Dion Thej are the ' aull of the eKperlem o I i of nil thr men who have ben connect -..I f"i the past twiitv years with tin handling of our great Kruno. Since then, our graduate list has baen kthw- he tin- second largeal manutactur- correaponaeni Bays me oocum-n "f telephone suppliea in the ooun- shows thai the revotutlonlata were Mr. Hubbi I! said if the negotia- promised Hi- assistance or tn- it ps . . ., thou nd n.,,1 been sucoessrui tin- inae- siauou hi nim..g..., .........s ...... , , . . .,1..il,n ,,f ,,,, v..ung penitent- expected t" pay more t"t nansov una in mo r. ".k. . .. u their supplies. Sung forts. Six ..f the plotters have 1 1 . 1. hell sai'i i here wm no oh-1 t.een ariesteo try. t loll Ml OLD PEOPLE EVERYWHERE SAY Pom -a Is tfood for Coughs Colrts and Catarrhal Dis eases. 11 . r graduates who wish to attend the games is much greater than In .the oldi i classes, because they have been brought up on foot ail In school and college, and naturally have more real Interest in the name Itself. "The whole trouble In a nutshell Is thai are need a hundred and fifty .usand seats and we have Icaa than forty htoueand, Even at New Haven, where the price of ticket Is only a .mail pari of tin- eoat of attending the game for nue-t of the spectator, the management if building a colloa aunt to accommodate nearly seventy thousand people. With the game at Cambridge, whet, the tickets repre sent practically the whole expense to n. rat mejorit) or those wno av an. nun i'u .''I thai an unre- stflcted sale to graduate and under- gri i s only, tor Ih use of them- seltwa and their friend, would dls poaa ot at least a hundred thousand ti in. ti nd h"" BnaTewd I'orty-flve roara. Mr. I . R Prince, it. R. I. Tuoka- X V . ivrlies "I am not very well minified with the picture I am r.'iiiiiiiR von. hut when the reader look-- al thlH picture if ho roulil only realize thai the Original auTTered for forty-five peara, the beat of my life, until yiur kind advh e and pres. rip tlon cured hlxa, he would know from whence th.se wrinkles came. Next month I "ill be sixty-six years old." N'prvott lruetrattisB, Mrs Martha Avery, !l Orehain .-"t., I., ominsh r. Mass.. writ.: "Four yars hko I hud nervous prostration, i employed several dor t or, i ine Would say I h id chl irrh "f the stomach and bowcla, isn'-'s erd anoth' r en- no at of the liver. M.v H-.omvh w oi in a had ahane. There was noth ing whli it .';.ied to do me much good i tried other reaiedlas, btti did not gain any fl' Hh until I eommrmed ink- our Pcruna, w hich hunt me riKtu i have taii'-n aeveraj Lotties, but :, t t ikeB ny BOW for about six r ii it i' k. THE GREATEST WEALTH IS COMFORT in the HOME and the easiest way to make the Home comfortable is to use "BASS" Good Furniture and then your comfort is assured because every piece o! "BASS" Furniture is guaranteed lllUtl VCPuTlaJ M vgv MMmMjr , b6$tb(i$prittgaty2the cost oi the true X ASS quality ,'ltl I'l'Sr.CH Ul'tl l.'sl Th.'s, well made of tlie grade feltn mid I i Kverj mattt't'siri i weiffht and size, i'i 'sses ling. III! ft iificed up Asl. In SC43 UUI' W lli 1 1 ( loud Mat tresses mi eouditioiially uarati teed for l went v vears r J i ) I J . . ) i i f - i ts. i v s ' - j . li ; ' ' Hi arTE! v ... ii lawi e" ' NO HAMMOCK'Nu NO tlUM MOCKING NO SAGGING S ... S" - A xam. .. a 4 - BAGGING liWAGGING NO PITCHING iN 1 1 See tJw VeJ$yxu8ed Spriap at LUj Brass Beds i llu' : ii;i r;i ill I'i'il nut tu tarnish bod, They eotiie in tht- tnogj beau tiful i iiiisli and are im urns to ;ill .'itllll'S- pherie eotiditiotis, Do iiiii fail i" nee tlio beau iit'ul styles in thia lin' far . i - thore is surely one i here j mi will admire. T li s q guaranteed foods raugc in price up from $20 SPEGALS RUGS pat term regular A Kiiiinster niid n twetit five ii ujjs in good i loraJ boa liuaiity. A dollar value for . , atiil ( h'i 1 utal Carpet EemtiaiUl ilc lengths nf cffrpoti v suit ai i wii and l la Kor tins w eek (In in i lit' i ; 1 1 1 1 and one n.m a r. I y liiffh irjade e Is. (n i! dollars per um jirj $1.25 SPECIALS IN DRAPERIES Marquisette and Voile lies colors, w bite, ivory and Boigo s fort inelios w ide. For lliis wo Oretonnes i tniality liades; and k. ner vard I n all pattoms and col irs. materials arc just w hat vou want for srour I drapes. Many patterns suitable for IH 1 1 II. I'oolH .lll'l illllllio li.ulll, I a T -1 -1 - 1 n-.'i rv. per vd 25c riiesc iedr '"in 15c Special Dining Suite in ham iMigtisii, round extension tabfo f'liisit and genui i eont , but eathei lairs. uarterci iiuplote iVorv Oak I"' in Si isttng ol r.'t. phiiia lex seat lis si 1 1 1 1 - Is $60.00 "Pulman" Davenport boine is not conipleti W Itlllllll Davenport. Pullman or Pullinam'tti This artielo is tin only pioco "I uiture in oontinual use. In I b time it makes an elegant seat at tur ay uiglit a most exiuifortable Spanish and Boston leathe II 1 I M 111!.. Id oaK l rami's in an nu- iii-il SO isues. 'i l. i d lin Inn and in $30.00 , i i l r. i 1 1 I '" J 4 Ni W PROCESS GAS K1NGES in sti fn tli l'. last 80 less gaS. tost perfoot urnerfi are II porcelain Itaniii"' pant i, el'' from I'l'i'-.'ii i longer mid Thov are bakei, all i villus able; loiulis and l ami are the finest Fumed Oak r He I'l M I tl is fi 1 1 1 1 1 T 1 most i l l sh a it le by the bei carrv the Bros, furniture. lese 1 1 iii-s ;it mat We th. room and liviun I't'oi t ive, ( Kir lines in unequal ed ami arc st filing in America. "Genuine" Stickle Be sure to inspect your earliest eouven- tcuce. Reed Furniture in I apost r upholstering the st iffness of j our roo it an a i r of w 'an ill 11. We tensive line in Muckers. Couobes in good Verdun and also the white enanu ed ri it d for licili'uiiiii use. will i a inl ireal riv ilinw an c Chairs an 'attern nsli ten Bes! Known Store in Oklahoma 1 hud trie.i aeveraj ; .wthl llo me nu Ri.od lattlniK in mi ' lo at ( ration, ttpd lall at nighl lloW it feelH tO plO) 111 Hi" lhal- ' lent;.; round "f Uis Oavla cup, em-j blematlc "f the wrorld'a tennis '-hum-pionshlp, i." vividly described by Richard N'orris William, second, who I with McLoughltn, Hackatl and J"hn- , on, formed th.- United Bute team thai regained the famous trophy Inl England tiit season, ills story aa I Printed in ii publication ut litmnrU university, whet., be la a sophomore, i ia In part a follows: I ..f.ee (ooe in t le ' hah. MIT. round. fh the hardeal task before I told that thing .... , ,1,. A .1. i... 11 o oi BT.rn .....v. ...... t. aiea had reached lual this i.nint in th. hUl eOT year., am none f t.mirs., .., permitted to wal- h ui.nl .4,i ihev I . ..lav.-d Canada. .' w. n't the mat- h. a n la trylna on the i yea t. .1 I . . c.ib.aj. !.. ailiaagat ta., I Ll V llii II I 1 li. . I'.llll Bllll Qnwn U I "lb' .topic- hiu - BOttfb, oxperto- a cnuplp of QUlH 1rvh. n.t t.nkln. Of I Wall th utt.n-j.tu nnn th tu.il'lf "I turn ! in" m'i um ii"v- iw - tM.i- . r ,- . r t ... Mnii- urn n !J 1-4 t ) CI-3 ' 3 in.. . , w v w. - - MEANING ut rtn IJMnLC nt:ru.nnm'Ju AND r M IH T H . M I nr. in i Use Our Cberal Cred System were not oini? our - . ..... . i. .. A wi.y. I then mi ir ii i tins sm nun 1 u half on.- could possibly Imagine, i Motor Boat inhibits. be seen afloat, la the yaoht harbor one of the most attractive features " ' '' '' "f -San I'i anein o itself. -f ti,e llapla in the department of Vn , lirililtI1(. ,,.. tranaporUUon at the Caria-Paclflc ,. , s n,.Vi.r Ul!M polltu.s , Internationa exposition in Ban Fran- WM lM.hull. elHt i. It. t '., I a will 1, tllA Miolor hol.t . . . u .. , I tiiiUlir, out mv lliat.'ll ...,..,a... -e... t... ... , IM ... e,,.H ' ' ' - ,-A.ooiis. . .... ... "- ... ..., i..,. h.. ...it,.,.,,,. . ... , . . .. . rived ut Wimbledon, 'Mac' was two ,. is up ami bad nioiia lead on th third 'llu- playinK a HllKlitly leM tunning than on th previous Friday. a few minute later the cup was won After leu years it a, aa to in itom.. till ! I l Ills I I I I I) Mil-. th larg I look nerutin and ran now Hay ' os n lot of lo d thnt 1 um entirely well I feel ten gradually telllnt i ai r younger aim' nsu.K Peruna. l ree ommi mi Peruna to nil my frjenda eon.litloii "I um an old o Idler and UN Stv- I a fully realized that, but we went I enty-eeven yean uid " Unto the BWtebea with eonfldence, Ws is t its oU. for i aaa tn a bag but Ih- Ktraln was - about I oMo-k the sound Ot mouttl I No one can imug-'and Bpptauae announoed 'Mac a .1-- ... .u. - I .r ....ler wt.i, I. we : feat. It was ' had heRlnnltiK. IT were playing After two long months I everybody had expected Uiat 'Mao' ,aa.. o mile : i t . nu off .lav. an in- wo.ini arm. i-" ,. . Jury to a member of the team. mlRht the tide our aa) a bit hy .. nn ii a los of the leivls e if. We Oixon saalnal Cark. aouid not have altered the (ate of to cup As a mutter of int. -test, I lost in tuu aeta." Birm- At ha up. run an A rood tonli thai icta allglitty upon the cxeretmy system la advlsahla for old people. We have a treat many w r- determined t" uo our i-.-at, u nion was all that America COUld ask. The draw for Ihe Shallang round ks. '. a... -e.-..ntv-thr-e earS Old. T never etped to b" entirely vl or ynui.K again, b c i am thankful for what Parana has don - for me." I e.-N IM ear oataarcr, Mr. Henry Mcr. Mil Upper Mt. prate rerun. Vernm, Road, Evamivllle, Ind. writes: Those who object to liquid raedl "When 1 first wrote to you, I had rlnes can now proeur i'eruna Tab bronrhlal trou'.h- for four . ars, and , l.-is. Adv. testlmonlaW from old people who bav I oyag made on ths Wedni Bday before been aastated Of Peruna. Their old the H11hag were started .Mcl..,uh hai beell made more useful and tin was to play aaalnat Curk..- at 2.a0, beautiful by I'eruna. to they say. and I was to follow aanlnat 0. P. They stand) ready to repeat sucht.xon after the fret match w as over. tatemenU whenever they are asked on Friday mornlnir. ws toeit th'nas In the proper way Rverywhers. all fairly easy. 'Mao' had his lunch at the country, a multitude of old . about 11:10 and left In the car for oeonle are to he found who uso and Wimbledon at about 1:30. I had my I he Plnger of ii. Iltna wlo n John '.-!-' wis bt-Htiiig irnvetlnc in Ireland, ins carriage be came StUCk in the mire, and 'he hnr tbe publlo certainly DeM broke, While he and his COtn- I anions were Inhoriuir to extricate It This will be In the mat me I section and will Include man of the ..()h ft( has himaelt' cm i, p"S ooai- .,.'. um A .ralJ. ei, mii.-s and i.-iiiliment. Wh.le some I of thenn will he displayed in th . , . ,.. , Palaoa of Tranaportation. othara erlllj WOHu ants Urot KOSUIW lunch when M I.otiKhlln left and then took thlnita quletlr until 2 15 whan 1 f Mowed him to Wimbledon. "When I arrived at the court, I was "on Raturdar oi ihelr monev'i worth out of the doable, it ares without doubt the ,r IRn paaaad by In evident dis. most axcltlni dotiblag match i hne tree ever watihe.l. especially as I wa Mr. Wesley railed to him and nsked rather Interested In the outcome. 1 i hltn whnt was wrong. He said that he lamaillhar When the acore atood tj could not pay his rent of twenty sets to 1, 5 to 4 niid JO-40 i McLouah- el lilmss. and the his family were MfJ serlnai for ' airland. R. If. Wrenn, to ' turnd outdoors, the president of our association, and , "Is that all you no"?" said Mr. W Johnson th fourth member of Wesley, as he gave him the money, the American t- am. wag abolutely j "Here, o and be happy." Than turn unahl, to Ughl a clsaretta What Wa ' l" Ml companion he said, p.-aa-I doing? W. I really don't know, antly, "Vvu see now why our cat rlago W. .pert s udor qaletty in the 'i her in the mud. -Youth a country and on Monday started on ICompanlog, our last lap M'tjon H flag" la aa -i r 14a od f,,ai and I ai World W ailtd Gttt KCSlUtS Electricity will buy do more fur vuu than any auJ "it COStl little ther Uiiu you can PUBLIC SERVICE CO. of Oklahoma "The Electric Co, "