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TilL T1 I H A i n. i Wkui.Ij, NLNUA V, NOVElinrH i . ItH ( t j ' " I J ' J VV It PI) THEIR RETREAT UAH AI. MOST BECOME A TEH RXBLE ROUT. iflST TMRIY TflOUSAUB MEN Buuiaiu Olaim to Hive Out Off the Retreat oi iho An itrians. i . sn Mimbcrii k " k i ho i' in bring i ih : 1 1 ,i mill pursued In i aonfu.i ii liair of ,t In. Ii fun . Mi. j: maintain now i m hml hi ii Hn tn hi unil lirniiiin i u .ili j i flo 'll III I In- I . '..in. l1 ' Vllt I'll .ffoits lii the cutting .if Hn armies mi " in- ii i ho mi i .. i for. "H w . I r il' t 'I. 'I from I In u u l)H.s. nf npel'llltnllH The III! forced them in Hi. soulhwiild Aim' linn1 Inflii ting hi uvj I h ahl lii nggri it ill uvoi t 111 It) i llu IB'ii III deud ii I I irli 'is 'I In Mans also Halm in lime nipt u it i. unians I'ullhiu itin i. I ' I5TIK Kl KAI ) No 7 Th iF YOU ARE A DRINKING MAN rVF vJ 7 i ) IE FERAL HUNDRED SAID TO Bl KILLEID AND WOUNDED. Aii.iUDt TUVVARDS O.S. . Reported Tiiat Oamnu Rm Or dtrel .in Attack ra . ' FUMtOD'l Troops. The new Columbia dance records are soluteiy in strlci dance tempo, and why shouldn't they be? They have beei corded under the direction ot th. highest authority on modern ilanc ing Mr. G. Hepburn Wiison. Ask for the new Columbia dance circular. Darrow Music Co. 109-111 hisl Ihlrd Si. I' . one iitn mm ." yerda h. ii "i 'in .i i iiii.i v m:m n you'll in-1 "in full K cry line i I ' business Ih closing Km ilimi in ' drink 1 Iiik ' ii" ii i ' m 1 1 i" ' i i urn MXl J : ihr iinl i.i illtlllN K Hi mm is i,i men have in . 'i restored In lives nl Sobriety ami IikI ih r; W are s. mir.- Hull nltUINI.; will benefit you i hat sn in ymi i luti if, flT n trial, you fall In gel un belie fit from Its ii hi . Mini iniiney will I" refunded u employers and e.' I hi. i. i wages Interesting I klrl ;.l ' I lit KINK i ' ill ,ii i hi store mid tulli ii n r, tlctinuii .v i uin i. II I In ' - 1 BELIEVE GERMANS ARE PREPARING FOR IMPOR TANT MOVE. ALLIES HME ADiMAGt New 1915 Indian r lead : n.-r.tl r hum I m in Hi. situa- Havc the Best Positions Alouj Center :tud Right Wing. the .1 IHllH.'- t in Ml.' Ci Wp J MICHELIN RED INNER TUBES One Quality Only IK. V. 77 . :, Poco Lils and Casolioe Pinman Oil Co. 20 W. M St. I .m i i I.. M..iinliiin" M R08BLD Of $50 JOE ROARS WAS VICTIM OF TWO HOLD UP MEN. M DEAD 11 hKol When Found, However, He Only H:.d ;i Long Cut on His He.td. PAK1&, Ko I. il a, ii I The CSermaua nr.. ahuwliuj renewed actlv u from thv Ymx t.i the MoaeJle, In dicating, it I" bell.v.d her., either their Intention to begin another ki.-.ii i ffurt f..r victor) or to conceal th. irttndrH.wal of tii..'iM t.. th. uaatorn thetri .if aar, or perhap. both, Tin battle around lflre continue, with undiminished fury, but a. the allies ntl . tn l.il... tin- iMilialn i . th- u'i- vantlaae rests with them, North of ITprea, that , between it and Utxtuude, neither ld appear, to b maWns in real afforta, it ih In the din Uon o( Ro ilera and the ih that the enemy I. now operating iMth all the force, at hi. dlapoiial, with the object iIiiviiik th. allien back on Boulogne The allte. now hold the advantage on thi'ir center and right wiuk. in this direction th enemy a egtremc position, are at Wytschaet. and MeaainM, facing we.t. Running from Ktinmel toward the l.s, the bills us., tn a height of mu ii-' i al M-a level, and dominating position, near Ketumol air in ti.o I I , ... .K.. ..11... 'I'l.n .-..II... ..f .1. . I il .ill.l an- : , ". .. . ... . ". ' . . I t i i, 1 1 1 1 ... k ii . iii' i 1 1 . i ircimnim ni l; advancing, la "nl 60 fort above aea level, so that thr alllrn have the bene i fit ni stronger gi ound. Thr struggle In the valley of Bcarpe continue, with unabated Intensity. I in i ir rm, ins Mini ai r makiiiK desper ate effort, against Arras and at time ulsl ! Itiva r..ll... Inln II... nil. ft,., I M in l a,-,. ( lurgrw. rate of II t. the mlnut. Bui tho is well known, thousand. oflFrench lime are established so t-k i ! I - 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 . making every oosalblc hhi "f thr hills on the wesi and the small rivers Crinction and Bcarpe, which flow I nearby, that the Germans, despite it- i newed attacks, have' tailed t.i make' any Impression on them. Krench ar-1 tillery from welUchosen positions sweeps thr plain hut which the Qer- W i etitln A . Irian army was Nichols remains at the N.. I lulu lug, Vtt - n in ut I Joi loark was slugged and robbed . f ISO in bills ami left for drail near the railroad track east "f the Iroin what threads "f evidence are coal miner, living ti Dawson, Okla., where ho has only reccntl) moved ilimi Coalgata, The messagi vv.im 'phoned to th. police station by a train crew that i1 issed that H at , t bat dead man was lying on the track near the ' ickj it. is As the place named was Ii the city limitH, and the .her Iff . ould not be r.'Miui, a oup uf i went in scan h of th. body and Mow-bray', amtnoance was sntt shortlj .fii i v. .it il close tn w aero the ga re out m th.- fir.,: ei il am- i I . -.inn.it .for from the Mexican con Interpreted in rOU lilill.', atl'l ano Huerta, HI inyuel ami many could easily claim amnesty j its terms. it iei ilstas und ' h ni fli os Ii fi M CO III l v ,n 1 .t etlt tn Vrl a ( 'i US .s.,,,11 after II erta abandoned tin- capital f"i I'Uerto Mexico, many of these mrn :" Ing ii n '. d with the Huerta ad mlni.truiion and mani of them have i'IuiIliis I irltl I n i' iijriitnat IhMn ... ih.. mil.iai . itlhiiiials. ho that in iiurdon I mans are obllced to advance, inflict them ni ibis time would be to . -t ullng Bevere punishment bad precedent for the future The latest Clermari operations In the "I'resldeni Madern was persuaded I A rgonne forest and on the pialna of soon aft r his Induction to office to'the Woavr district arc part of n I tnl general amnesty t" all ol the I scheme to Invest Verdun This strug iilaj inherent, ami aft.r the Ueycslgle t" Isolate the great fortress of fiasco these same elements agalnlthe Meuae extends over a vast region, forced hlii to nr. mi general amnesty The actions on the height, east of the i . all of ihe Iteyistaa w ho hsd at-1 fiver and around ti Mlhlel are '' part tempted an abortive revolution and all lot this campaign. The French, how of these pollth ii enemies of I'rtnident I ever, are fully alive to the importance Maiiero were soon to l- seen parading I of the situation there and are taking ni promenading on platera. in .M.-.x the offensive with success ut several I 'o Cltj and evory one now know, how ! Points. Uith IVlany New mprovements One, Two and Hiree Speeds New kick starter, uew heavy du ailiuin steel frame, U?avier forks ai imjinivenit'iits and a brand new little 7"i pounds lighter than the big twin; ers. iim pedals tn break off. New Prices regular two speed three st)ced J.i I. ni Big Hig Big head New 'I Writi Will. N win, 'win, 'win, ew regular . . . two speed three speed nam n amp, tail L ndian M ; u tagneto generator w ty clutch, an il many other t win, w liieh is all kick start - . . $210 . . . $250 . .. $260 . . . $225 . . . . $26r . $275 battery. Kit and speedoi c ( 'ar iter, I" extra. $70 lie entire 1915 I for advance ca tie bj the finest taloffue. ever nrod 22 West Second Street. Tulsa, Okla. . arl) rresldenl Mudcro i.nd for this very ioliti. il error. Brror. mads by our presidents are judged as crime, by the factional enemies, so that with full ognl. ii r the r nt past, I can- noj il this lime i" placed in the same position." LITTLE ROCK BACK IN THE SOUTHERN LEAGUE CLEVER BOY WHO IS TO BOX HERE SOON '' n 1 It lllsl MlH l MOKTUOMUKi i I I It II I ll.lt lii. t. ii. was h lltal ill the s n wif. . i UntUc i in id the man, hi i. ni in a dased i . toll anything irrled to th. ambulance and Fred 8. i lln : t hat . ould be and family at le ' ick "f his I k Mil being I r. Eight New Imp Cycle Cars For Sale Have taken over the Oklahoma Cycle Car Co. and will close oul the entire Block of eighl Touring and Delivery Calf at $250 eaeh, f. o. b, Tulsa. New State Ao!o Supply to. See Fred Shaw. 110 116 ttOUth Boulder. Phone 1819. iuri ii hi ei.tci ed IiIh place of his person rr and i. re- tarli d with a it 'ir, near the Intcd i bat he bad , of bualneaa only n tew n 1 1 11 ii t os iiefore and showed the r when he mad. some small The wound OB bis head Is very Rerion. but docs not seem sufficient . fatal lie is unable to give t' description "f the men who did 1 hi i k, but sei ma quite certain thai there w f two of ihetn. it neein. ) he h.nl a coat nt thr time of the ..sH.uiit. '.ii; it .it ., t. as gone. I L.598 OFFICERS KILLED (Imcnts in-t n. rtf ir Off or- irlt Ml LONDi IN, Nov. 7 - A tabu! tted list f ihr casualties among commissioned officers in the various regiment, composing ihe itntifh expeditionary force In rVanoe between October 2b and October .'7 raises the total ..f of- Enterprise Pressing Club 16 VV. 3rd 'Phone 1761 the only pressing club equipped with modern steam presses. Four suits a month pressed and frA repaired Pl.rJl Called For and Delivered BIRMINGHAM, Ala . Nov 7 At a meeting hue today of the director. I tf the Southern Baseball association, i the franchise hold by the Montgomery, I Ala , club was formally transferred I to Utile Rock, Ark, it .1 Allen of I. idle Ki ok, who purchased the fran I chlse, stated t.miKht thai he would manage Ihe team next season, it is said that llB.ee was paid the Mont gomery club, I Besides the transfer of the Mont I gomory franchise little but routine I business was transacted by the dl I rector, here President Kavanaugh was unanpnously re elected and it was decided to adopt for the coming see- H'.n the same schedule as used lant j vr.ir. Thr spring meeting of the di rectors will ie held In Little Bo k. YALE BELOW FORM AND IS SCORED UPON htSTOM) KTItlNl. IMtOWN 11 1 1 tkam ii;ri:.Ts I KCOItK l i ai- XKW HAVEN, -oiin., Nov. 7. Vale play nl below form today ami was forced to extend its, if to the limit to defeat Brow n i i to ii With 'till the regular Vale baekfteld except . I lltawnrth ..I. .t.i,,.. ,u i ..... .. . i Uthcm I Prinr-Btnn ,.',..'.. . ,,,,,, ri,i second string back, played loosely Willi thr tllll lor lit j 1 IT I I. K ROOK, Nov 7 announcement t hat t he I leiik'tie directors In Birmingham t Montgomery club to Little Rock, he h" r"mW" wlu'" I Arkansas capital will return to the1'" 11,0 ,corin il of fl tOKDHAM LAbY FOE NAVY years, The Little Rock inchiac was f?ld "' '" cUmt "r Mhl.li. s Won by PUyittg MralglH the I sol s.as. in, when It was seen . ... di n Mttle Rock would be forced from 1 """''nil. tin league owing to objections to its j ANNAPOLIS, Nov. 7. N ov dc I geographical location. feAted Pordbam In u one-sided con- The club here next season w ill be test today, by a score of 1 to 0, owned and managed by "Bob" Allen,. The Middles attempts nt forward the old time National league Short-1 paaalng and open playing were un stop, now engaged In the lumber bus-1 successful, the only plats upon Ittess lo re Allen fi.rmi rl whs , tt hi. h tin t could depend being wide manager of the Detroit tram in the end runs and tin kin plunges iiMKiie. ii"" t ni' nun r uo.vi nor to argU. the question, but send your automobll. to us whenever you ne,.i t" haVf your AUTUMOBIX.E FKND BR1 REPA1RBO, Bi l l. SHEET METAL wtmus old lean W eatei i league. MIKE OHRUON, Thr Kansas fit bstntauiwiislit w In r.n Route i" ihe Peat "Pan Handle Peta.' more properly i.rr Hal pgr, under the .haute of Sheriff Kern of Pawnee, spent last nlghl in the Ity h.tstlle here and ihft this morning f"i St cAJ ester, ( ..ro. II Won ICanlly, ITHACA. N. v.. Nov. t -Cornell defeated PTanklln and Marshall to day. ;6 to I, in the strond period Jones, for Franklin ami Marshall, mad. a dti vard run, soon after which he kicked a field nl from the ::ii-turd line fleer. klled, Wounded or m.ssini: t w ill h,,x Nate J... ks.ot it i lo- Il M A r I.SVS, Among the regiment, to SUf-lsmoker here in xi Frnlny iiigbt. ir- fer heavily were the Royal Welsh Irieon holds a derision over Nate, hav- fiiKiliers. Who lost teen officers Img been the onl) bantam to ever win killed, eight aounded and two maw lover Jackson and great bout is nix und thr Royal field artillery, ten Hooked for by local fan. w hen the two Bl Whost officer, were Wounded. 'lads meet again In the squared circle where Harper will serve a om year j Cornell Scored tour touchdowns l sentence tor larceny lie lias been ted of the Ihcfl of a suit of i lot hes al Paw nee. Pete is a wcii-known character in local police electee, hating spent mailt nights In the city Jnll during Ut. last ten rears, but has n..t been pry li'-giieiitl) ill Tulsa for ..... a. ll, lis pern-r rushing tactics und held firm when rTank Hn and Marshall threat ened their g",il line. Once Revokes Parole. OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 7. ernor truce has revoked the inv-purol. (previously granted to Ar.li Stewart FiouYicUd in Washita eounty nf man- Slaughter and send nerd to three years in the penitentiary, Informs Itlon received b Oovernor Cruot is ; tn the effect thM Stewart has broken the provisions "f ths parole in that he has been charged with cattle stealing In Kansas The govern oi .n- rectS that Stewart he taken hack to the penitentiary o finish serving his senteni e rirst i ntni Hunting Accident, I.I'M' )NI, Okla., Nov. 7. The first fatal hunting ecctdettl of the aeasofl o. curled near here when Karl I'.aler, a young man. died from the effect, of a wound be received when he was preparing to gi hunting. A shotgun he Drag attempting to get OUl of his wagon was discharged, the lend tak ing effect In his Shoulder, It was necessary to amputate his arm but he could not withstand the operation und he died.