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TAHLFQUAH NORMAL t ii R T TIL 8 A D AIL w o r i.r SPAY. OCTOBER 7 i g 1 S K V E N Presbyterianfi Meel North eastern State Normals Friday. ' iSpp, e 2 0 1 6 I 0 Richardson, i 2 o 0 n o o Horriseite, i 1 11 0 g 1 0 S.ilmid I 0 0 I) II I) Tolnlil 16 0 111 27 ll 0 'Iluttt'il fur v : . : i in Hlxlh. balls, "ff Uenard 13, liogrldfe l H ;l i j . bill, oil there none in i inning, ofl Itrd rump in V, "ff Wind i iii R, "Ii kill I .....I.... 1.. ft . 1 U! 'I I ainilii . iii ,1, mill, ii ,n, hi Briiwiv .'. i ar.l b, W 1 I, Hart I Mucrldft i I'm- ptrei, NalllQ ami Bvani rlinv, i SO At iasi the Kendall football team will net to play a game Friday. After trying mnnt the colleges iii eastern Oklahoma, Manager Johnson of the Kendall squad was successful in matching a same with the Northeast ern State normal of Tahlequah, Okla., for Friday, Tins should i "i prove to be a very hard gome for the Ken dallttes, for the Tahlequah team is not very straits this year, This was ihown io weeks ago this coming Friday, when the Ctaremore prepara tory siiinoi defeated them, 18 to 6, There will be no Kami' in week, as both Kendall teams play away from home, ami the high school will play away from home, if at all. Only light practice was held yes terday afternoon by tin' Kendall varsity, Miller ami House were tried nut mi safety position, catching the b6-yard spirals which Orothj woa booting, Light scrimmage ami a good workout on forward passes com pleted the afternoon schedule, Kiesl did good work all afternoon. More than enough mon n nil two teams turned out for the practice, Defen sive wmk was practiced moBtly by the regulars. Tin' swlfl backfleld It badly crippled at present from minor Injuries, Voung has a sore ankle, Hause has a sprained ankle, Miller has a bad knee, Grove's speed n- slackened by a large blister oa his heel and l ust has a weak ankle, VOLGA, iROi'TER, WINS KENTUCKY FUTURITY WASHINGTON Judge, Hi. ... Poster, 2ii ii Milan, ef. . Kulier. rf. Jamison, H Shanks, ih. . . . Sawyer, ... . . . tjrrra, u 0 Milan : twiiiiium . . . AH K II I'D ,'i 0 1 M 4 2 a 2 .11 I II I II 1 2 I n 1 B I a l n rf. II I II 27 12 0 'Halted for rVyere In i IBalted for llenri In tBattod for Oallis m nor Iiv innings: Pblladalpkla . . . . l to iHM 100 0 Washington 200 010 "i" -i Siiinnuiri : Twodiasa hlte, Mrlnnia, Judge, II. Milan; thrae-baee hita, Behang, Lump, stolen Ijiik.1. Kniif, double ulsya, Dautrau to Kiif in Mnlone, Oldrtng la Kmif to Mil ium' in l.nii; liKi- iii halls, off Rlrhsrd sun 2. Ayers I; hits, off Richardson ti in ft Innings, . f f Ayeri 12 in 7; itraali out, ii i Richardson 2, tnllin 2. ktorrlsettl J Umpire, O'Loughlln. Time, I ;gO, Hi-nrp. sornml yame ; rilll.UiKl.l'ili v Oldriiif, i i . . Mrlnnia, lli Dainran 911 noH i'iiv Miiiii'r, Root ten, Bestt, .iun mi. ' in altar. ll.i'wls. If .. Itenriksen, If, tlanlner Bb. luim . 2li ! Until p NEW VORK I I Ifinli . cl Millar, if l ii B i i All K i i I II I'll JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT OF THE HARLOW BROKERAGE CO Ml It a i I o i 4 n I il A g I 3 I All I 1 II I II I'D. V i ii. i i i i o t a inui Itoona; doubla plsyei Baumnnn and Muuan Uaunasnn In iVrklnpaugh to Mullen; lame by 'Mpplf 2. Itiiih ii. l mplras, fclvani niv Nnllln Tline, 1:44, . Not enough time to retail all the stock so Fri day from 5 to 9 p. m. we will wholesale to mer chants and dealers only. You can't afford to buy till you see the Harlow stock. 100 bales blankets, i cotton batts, calico, etc. ii II 0 1 (I II II li 0 II LEXINGTON, K.. Oct. "i Volga, the Pastime stubles PeteMfche Qreat Nervolo Hell" filly, una the Kentucky tuturtt) for 2-vrar old trotters, the chief attraction of the Grand Circuit meeting here todaj In straighl heats ami set a new world's record for 2 -ycai-o'd fillies for tWO heats. She irutteil the first mile In 2:08, which equalled the world's record toi 1-year-old (lilies mada bj Native Bells in 1908 and finished the second round in 8:09, Volga was closely followed In each heat by Walnut Tree bul had no difficulty In winning either, The Tennessee stake for free-for-all pacers was unfinished after four heats. Geers drove BJtawah lo' bea( 2:03 but succeeded onlj In i i h-- the mark, It was the tninl utile he has trotted in 2:113 this season. MICHIGAN 0PEN3 WITH A VICTORY ANN Md'dK. Mich., Oct, 8. MJchlgan opened its football senson foil, v by defeating Lawrence college of Applet, ii. wis., an tn ii iii a ragged game. The Wolverines lacked af,r gresslvenoss and pom- blocking on of fensive coal them several touchdowna WASHlN'fiTON n. Milan, rf hlllllKi'l; If . Sa w ' t. f -2b. . . i Hn.bllng n i '. Milan n n o n ii n . i ! i l'.l 4 'Battnd fur Brntl.y In aventk Hrore by Innings; l,.ii i . Iin.es, Milan, Hlmnk; dnnbla Ipay, Bhanki In Poster t" Judge; base- on balls, nff Myers 5, Benlloi i Boekllng 2; lilts, off B.ntlay .; in 7 Innings; struck out, by Myers in, Boekllng t, ITmplre, O'Lousnlln Time, I :1V NATIONAL LKAGU" ft AMERICAN LEAGUE T I Phllsdelnhla 6-4, Viiskinglon i n W ash i. ii i on. oat. 0 Washington'! bsaabsll saaaM I today ivi'h I ha loral tea in losing .i double header tn Philadelphia. Tn Hit s, i game Myers, reerulti l- lowed Washington bul two bits ami struck out tan man, Heort. fii t game Pllll, AHKU'U! 4B R II PO A R, Rrlaii);. If g j 2 I (1 ri SI i link rf .3 n o n 0 i) Olilrinit. ef fj n 1 8 1 0 Melnnla, lli s l ; 8 0 0 Malnne, 4 l 8 2 -l Q Knpf. l 3 2 L' 1 n 0 Damran, 3b t o 2 2 .'i o Bos'on i I, New York 0 2. I NK'A VORK, Oe li. Tfce New Ronton . ehamplnnM had n fine workout tnday mid I Jefealed New Vork a donblaheader. Manager Carrlgan worked out four of iii i landing pitchers in tin- first game, when Sli ra, Leonard, Wood Mid Maya held New i ITori tn three lots and struck out 12 wen. 1 Hhore pitched only one inning and struck j i n! tlino men on 11 pitched balls. Pack' ! inpaiigh beins the "iil niayer tn hit u foul Wood worked In Ike fourth, fifth mid dxth Innings and al.'owi'il tun bits anil fctnirk ' Rcnre first ga : 111 is 1 'ON Alt R H I'D. A 1 B. Hooper, rf 4 1 1 i fa I 1 1 11 1 1 1 NEW VORK High If Roone, 8b, . Pipp, lb Rantnann, 2b. Ifendrix, ef, Miller, rf. Mgridgei p. Itil.-sHI, PhiUdalph I D-3, Brooklyn b-2. PIIIIiADKI.I'IIIA, Oct, 8 Philade irot its final hard work for the wo preparation for no emergency in tin' wti M'ri"-. games, Seore lust i..iu:- UKOOKM S AH li jilnii M dm ira i : v 1 1 1 1 , s s. Rtengal, rf. Outskaw, 2 Myers, cf ilel M Wheat, 1 Mariptard, Mails, 11 Ratted foi Mails PIIII.ADRI.PIUA 1 I'D 1 I Ml Ft, II n 11 I n 0 1 (1 3 i 1 II 2 1 n II I) Ii 1; 11 II II II II (I 0 n n a 0 1110 0 (1 1 e (l n ! I 1) n 13 :i 0 0 11 n n n 11 n 11 11 11 a 1 a ii 1) 2 li 27 1 I 2 ft. 11 I'D A, B 0 (1 3 11 n n a 2 1 n 11 1 a :i n 0 0 19 1 0 11 n n 4 n 11 n 11 11 1 11 n 11 11 4 n n Cravath, Wblttad, .Nli'hnff Rurns, Mayer, p. . ( Hi 2I1 24 I'D I I Totals :u B 11 27 14 2 'Batted for Mayer In eighth, . Philiidi numinar) 1 Two'baso fail. Dauborti stin gel, Cutshaw. Wrkltte; home runs, Orsvatb, Major; double play. Cutshaw and Daubert; liases "ii balls. Malls t, Mayer I; bits, off Msrcjuard 7 in Demaree ."1 in 4. Mayer 1 in 4; struck nut, by Marquard I, MhiN 2, Mayer 1 Umplras, itlgtcr and n linv. Tlma HUODK I.V N Olson 1 1 2b. tlunimel. lb. glengel, rf. . Z, Wheat, If. 1 ntshaw, 2b. O'Martt, ss. . M Wheats 0, l(. II. I'D. A, E len's I'l.'fiT lined Shirts 00 Qft I lie I'llSC 1 'II I , Hi 1. . . 1,000 mil's Men's Bootees. 500 yards Silk Velvets, all colors, sold by bull only. 250 Men's Overcoats. .")()() dozen K irk's Toilet Soap. ,")()( Ladies' realty trin 'il 1 1 ; 1 1 s at wholesale, To the retail ' rade, Thursday, Fri day ami Saturday, 150 dozen men's fast black and tan fJLt half Hose, I5e value "2l Kid dozen Boy's Union Suits, T.'x value, an't VVail 39C Sale 500 pairs Ladies', Men's and Boys' Slim s, worth up M QU to A3.50: Can'1 Wait s;.l, 25 Ladies' Kail Suits, some Klidit I .. . ..,1 .xt .1,1... i '-III " 1 i I Hill li D I I I ' , . 1 1 I I I Wait Sale ,nli table in Suit departnieiit Smile eitiiuls selected from all 0V1T t he sime all placed on table, some articles worth 1.00: 'an't 1 Kt Wait Sale lt3t loo Ladies' Corsets, all new and Fresh, values up to a Can't Wait Sale 50 Ladies' Swell new and up-to- r'1"'1 $9.98 Wait Sale 500 1 1 nek Tow els, 18x36 size, al wavs soli I I5ej Can't Wail Sale OC Kill Men's Nobby Dress Kelt Hats, some worth fil.OO; Cail'1 98C Wait Sale loo Men's Suits, all shadings and designs, some formerly sold .fi!"); Can't Wait Sale loo extra heavy and very large Bed Spreads, values well worth ; w;lh $1.48 Millinery Sacrifice 100 Ladies' Trimmed Hats, new creations in uUt,ir;..,.':"'.. $1.98 500 yards new Curtain Drapery, values n to 20c yard, all color ; lan't Wait 111' Sale, vard C0MF ONE, COME ALL THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOT MUCH TIME LEFT Harlow Brokerage Bankrupt Sale 2(M SOUTH MAIN STREET Until ii fur Balner in ninth score by iiininns: I Sumraa rv ; Two base I il. m1. I, plajrs, Hurry In j Baumsjiui tu Paaklnsssgl . .inn inn In" 5 . .1)00 000 000- 0 ... Ilandria, Uawla; Scott to Oalurr. to Pipp; baaei on (((&. Vol . A , A Utee,arl, ii " ,i. l" ...Ml Vrr" MOW t ,c A l" Al" I I H VjU r oosl ...Inf. .lH1".. .-. ,lln-.., . ' . ..'i ...In (ili" .. ,i,l.i i'iiti.in:i.i'iii. Whittrd If Dnirry. 2b. ;ij 2 7 L' l in 1 All It II PO B, 111! 1 I I 1 ! 4 0 1 Hi II 0 :i o i a i n l 0 ii n :i (i i . I Score iiv imiiiir'v; Brooklyn nuo 001 l tin - PblladflphU 00a 000 " n v .: Sutntnaryi Twobaae bits, Htnck, Baneroft, I.iiiI.ths. Kleboff; lioinr run-, tii-fz. Beekar; stuli'n baaee, Btansjal a. Wheat, Beekar; dnnbla plays, Dugay, Block an I Ludarua, KniKi. olson mill rlumniel; baaea on balla, off Appleton :.; itrurs out, by Drll 5, Oescharr 4t hits, oft Dill ti In 5. Umpires, Klg'er and O'Day. Time, 1:35. Botrn 1-1 New York 0 0. BOSTON, Oct. ii. Two i huh wiin two critrri and rllnabed second plaaa fur tho Bravves today and also settled the i lian 1 1 in 'iit place for the seaeoni Rcora( tlral came NBW ViiKK All It II I'D . S Hum". If 4 I ll n PO. 4 ii n o o ()i affiBOftsfcVaswSjS&Brr iwS 1,1 ' 1 s tsi B I i fs Vl 1 M teS i iitinw TlTiiliaiil mi MJtm i mi mil ii Nottilna urltM The -iiry of . . i il . NHOWIMJ Mi .. rllinUlU Uio in in i.iki' laaO, 2. : :w :.. il. Ai). h. i);.;i) .,, Mm ( W.iilliint I 1,(11 "The Man Trail rV.ltll ii(T Richard C. Travers and Juf Kicth SJfcfl ESSANAY'S SIX-ACT PH0T0PIAY Aiiiii i. a rrom (he rceni uMiwitli hhI dott! b) Hetwy Ojtcss, i a tiiriii lui: I luirliin Mm Naked Heart of IVIan w,u LOVE AND HATE powerful bim! mi.n-i U iImimiIc phoiopta) of lite in the raw, rtpallhftel i' uli pftanllitrc mini in the wtlda. ItobtHion, rf 4 Doylf, 9b Uerkle, lb 8 KlfUehi il 'i jftfobion rf :t I liukt r. 8b 'I Dooint c J ralnitio, :i BOSTON - Mo ran, rf i KvfTd, 2b Pltxpill rick, t f . . . . . Mum it. Smith, Bbe i Kkhii, If I Vttrat:vit!v, ss f'tOW '!', c Touli :n l " Nom OQ I when win hi ii if run ICOfOO. tRin tot Qowdy in ninth. Stir by IbOjOKI ! Vrk ItonlOII Siinnnj.ry : TwobflHI Mtt, Kitiniitru k uowd) itas" n Mill, it rftimvro 4 Mrttrk out, by l uiin-r mil fnckitl. 1 s trandRToday 110 0 II I II II II 1 - II o i; n n o n :i o 221 0 11 PO. A K. 0 3 0 0 10 10 12 0 0 1 13 li 0 0 I 4 ll 0 2 0 0 9 1 ii 2 1 ii " 1 II 4 0 11 O ll 'I fj 'J 7 11 0 OPENING DAY OF THE $8,000,000 OTUAl PROGRAMS This is the program thai will be replete witli features and high class productions, ftivinx patrons of tins theatre ilic very !i'st obtainable in photoplays. "THE PROTEST" First of three-reel all ' tar features, ('rani' Wilbur, Screenland's eminent interpreter of amatic roles, plays the lead in this picture. Love, Mumps and Bumps" Comedy Drama. Coming Soon Sunshine and Tempest, "Pardoned," Willi Harold Lockwood. The Buck Parvin Scries tvill be shown at this theater, These are the stories that proved so popular in the Saturday Evening Post. AT THL THEATRES nuo .000 OHO (il)l Unplrea, Idem Srnrii. prinml gii:ii: MEW VORK- - All ft 11 PO, A. llurn-. If 4 ii 0 3 O Robertson, rf 4 0 i 2 o Doylo, 2b 4 ii l l n Mprkl". II, 4 0 111 (i Ktotahei . 4 ii l ii I Itrtkrr. rf 4 0 1 1 I Bralaard, 3b 4 o 2 2 3 Srhiinr. r 8 0 9 Trurcnii. p 3 0 1 0 1 'lirant 1 0 0 0 I) Tutalu .M H a 24 10 o BOSTON Moran rf. . . Stars, 2 b. . Ilumjitnn. cf. MK.'. lb Kinilli. 3b. - Collln. 1. . . Msrsnrille. it Qasa 'ly, f ... Han p. KB it ll !) 1 i ii o 0 Tolsl. 28 t 7 27 II 0 'Ballad fur Trrrt-su in ninth. . D ii.ningi : N- York 0OO 000 000-0 Bnton 001, 001 00- I Pgssjssjars 1 Thrr. I,ss hit. M..r ' stoUn bass, Doylo; liss on balls, off Hajraii 2. 'IVruu 1; fttrurk nut. b, rta ,an 4. 'IV rrsu 1. L'nibirrs, Klfm and t'o- kill. Tina 1:07 I 'iuiir,(f WVJiifaday, OctotMr 13. at the Bratsdwajr, Henry Kolker in H', Iiort HuKlif"' Kri'at plav, "The linue." or "The nigger Man." I'M I Today and Friday Mlaa Haael Dawn ir "The n"ri Hf Jennifer," a Para mount picture. Hue I Dawn, one of the acrei is iiinxt beautiful nni charming siarx, aimi provei hersrif an actreaa of genu Inn dramatic Dower in the Pamoua Player Vllm company'a appeannb photo-adaption of "The Heart f Jennifer," by Edith Barnard Delano, author-of another Pamoua Playera screen triumph, "fans " I "The n an of Jennifer" is the nt"i of a wimiiin'M flruni! lovi f"r her lni!i i band, which prompts her to place upon herself the gum or the crime committed by his alster. In the roi, i f Jennifer, Hasel Dawn suggests with infini" tenderness and pathos tin in role fortitude "f the sacrificing wife, "Th. in- irt of Jennifer" i hotoplay that conforms with the highest ftand ard of te rStmoui Players Pllm com pany. KM PR - A dec. ded novelty .tll be Offered Kin press Patrons in the bill Opening to day. The show la billed as an "All Kfrttinna show" and ever, act on the bill is from a different country, AiniTTii Is representeii oy tne "TWO l.uwis," who hill from thla a. ate. Their scl consists of comedy rope iiianlpi lutlons. lr-r. i lie Ma k, Italian organ grinders, will be one Of the hits of the bill; whilr Hilly "Swi de" Hall with his little eompany will entertain with the sketch "Httd weiser." Herscbel Hendler, late fea ture with Anna Hold's "All-Stai LYRIC-Today PBSSSMTI "The Queen of the Jungle -land" r:at'irlni Edjtbj SterUng anil Well ington I'laytcr Three Massive I'arts. Alic a Bn; Seiisatloi.sl Three Part Oei.eral Feature Open 10 a. ra AiluilBHiou .rc & 10c. Till KOMHV HAHKI H M .It 1 1 C'flMKDY tl. I'ltESENTS "A Mix Up a! Newport" A R.ffrsiette Tarce Cutuedy Miles MM Miles of S'lmcs anil Sullies PBOTOFIftAT MISS JBKYLL anil MADAME HYDE Iu Three Parts. Matinee be i toi. i iii K8D FHIDAl n 8ATURI) Nations" Bill FIVE BIG ACTS AMERICA The Two Lowes Corned Kopc Munlpolatom ITALY Oranvilla & Mack llalian in. an (.nnihi- SWEDEN mi i n: "Mil in.'' HALL W nli JKNNIK i OLBOKN in Mr ii ir- novel romdj skll "Bud Weiser" "Germany Herschel Hendler I . ale I i . H in , of Ann , Held'S star .liihilre" SCOllAND Musical Gordon Highlanders Hcotlandii own tfintvrtalncra m real Scotrb Novell LOTTIK PICKtXIKD In tli- 11, ml ltbm li- or I III. Ill M Wli I ROM HI. BUY." Jubilee," Is said to reoelve the largesl sui r ever paid a "single" performer in the Empress. He must be awful wood from the salary he receives. Scotland's own entertainers are the "Musical Gordon Highlanders." They present r-. i Scotch novelty and have only been In this country for a short time. The third episode of 'Tlii Diamond from the Sky" win be shown today, tomorrow and Saturday, Tins number Is said to I"' one of 'he best of the seriis. Several "thrills" afS promlsi d. STIt ! Ml. Today la the Opening dav of the Sfc.n'lO.fii, Mutual ,.roizram lie ludi 'I in rleases that the Strand win now shew are the greatest pholo produc tlons that have ever been shown in TuUu. Ba h day will be a dav oi features and the p.nrons of this th.-- ater will pronoi nee the programs rs the most entertaining and beat they have ever been offered, such pictures a "Pardoned." wih BROADWAY "Out of the Ruins" Three Part Drama, riaturtna OLA DYS lluilette and PAT O MALLEY. "The Worlh ol a Woman" To Part BnKaih. HeHrsI Scluj News The World at a Glance. Hainid Lockwood in th.' leading role, and "Sunshine snd Tempest" win be hen- in the near future. Also the "Muck' I'arvin series of stories will he shown exclusively at the Strand. These Photo plays are taken from the Intone:, that ran under that mini 'the Saturday BVenlng I'ost. In The Burto.i Holmes Travelogues N'ow being Introduced here, which represents the world as it la to day, gives the greatest source of culture and the most profitable form of entertalttmenl that i an be pi. ii i il in any home. , line dropped to i P. Pali ict at the Motel Tulsa srlll brin- a re reset latlve to you who wilt snow you this beautiful work. No writers have so ably v . in of the salth and Its penp as Burton Holmes, His Travelo combines the wonders if nattu art und human progress 'ii a stytl that Is direi't and vmor Ills and with artistic Illustrations of itrlk Ing beauty. POT the home or school audi wm Us ar.- Invaluabla and I cor di i ii v endorse them to the reading public C. B MAilSTON, bepartmenl of Qeography. state Normal School, Springfield, Mo.