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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1918.
TULSA HIGH ELEVEN
DEFEATS OKMULGEE
meal lids Win In l-a-j fashion by
Sxrr nt 111 l In Y red riln j 's
IValtlo.
Tulsa, hit-'h added .irwii.rr vh lorv
o her etrlnt; jmii nl.iv when she .h
ealed okmult:." lui-n ii 1 ik m II
Iy the miesi'led si r-rc of i '1 In n
I'ho battle. ,ih Iln- .-nil i! null'
was altoitetln r I'll'' .iil' 'I v' ll I'
flllSlllS I ll-i'lltili.: oil' t : I I' plnv
ifler another, .ii.l " j .it- i . i.- ii. Hi"
kmtllt;r,. ilefcii'ic Willi ease
Th" local I cum ill. vile Hi' f.i'M
ft. it ll wa. !.a,ll-, i rippu-il win iMln
.hi' fr ;i v .Ictcr mini d In Mill rul III
fHilll. Mpc.ik f'U lll' MiM lU'.H All
Ti i in r. i f ! lie 1 1 .i in il i I In mimi l i "
.lrmnl. iiml llii- Inn k f 1 l I k umiuk
hrollirhotit. hiililK tllllc difficult) in
'IrrllUK !l I-. in 1 1 r i iut:t, '" ii
In ft.rw.t nl pause "i break loir
In iiiic Ii i in- llni' T in' I'M-1! I'"
tuiipl'ii-U '.iiIi'Ih ini-il their i'''nn
Silts. Willi ill Spite .1 ill ! I.I i lll'.i. i"
weight put u 'i hi ii I ill" i ri lnitl.e
rill. Tulsa team letiillir-l IliM lllt-'lil
UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH
FORMALLY INCORPORATED
N'FW ViiKK. N" '.: The
I'nifi-'l l,nth-rnf: rliiiiili in Anot.i.i
in iintnliramiitioii nf llntr I .HI lii i in
rml. i m, was 1 1 h "i i" i"; 1 1 it I li'-ri" Induy
Muni Hum I on" dc'crati- from this
IHIMIIS .lll'l I II : ill 'lit ratified lli
nii'im r
l;V. I" I ' I' I 1 1 r I .! II Kll.ll'i I l'f
New Yolk was I'll" it'll president,
fli'V. I 'i M U 'I i-'i In i i "I I 'lull l'v
ii'M. N. I'. f' r-' . - iiml i ' lit r ii' f 1 1.
Millrr nf I'll .1 nlil.lii i. iittiU'irtT
I Hi, lor N lii'i' r fiirniHrl v wii" pieal
dcnt nf lln' I nil. .1 S in 'I. "inilll.
Tin- ili li'Kiii' wir iin.'i il hy I'apt.
Buki'II" I.. Hwini. 1 1 i'i i i'i nl iiik Nm ro
tary (if Win I'.iUi r. In iii'l In cuin
ruitllntf Holshi-vikt ni.iK'iinil.i In
thltt rminlry.
"There In it very ei-rlnu cnndltlnn
abroad Mutt Ih cumins' nvir hero,"
111 I'Mpl.llll S Willi. "There 1 A Splllt
of nrxi( about which we are very
much wnrrli'il. Tim llolshevlkl prop.
randa In spreadliitr like wlltlfltn In
ninny undrauniod of phireii.
"The secretary of war send rne
hire tn lies nf nii In iln that whlrh,
of course, wi' ktmw yon nr only ton
willing and rcadv In il". He seeks
your kid In flim-klmc Hun unrrMl."
WILSON INSPECTS FIRST
NIGHT BOMBING AIRPLANE
WASHINGTON. Nnv. 15. Prl
I Armi Wllitnn inTitoiially ItiKpvrtntt to
day tho firm American biult lland
ry j,$n nlftlit hiinililnv iiliplnn.
which, wllh Ihoiinnndu of nthem Hko
It would lAtVit pluyt'd an linportmil
rol bi the war Iiml (ieruiany nut
capitulated. Acroinpunlfil hv Mn,
Wilnon and wllh Srrt'larv Ilkr,
Director Ityan of the tlrpartmont of
(j military arrrmuiillra nnd Cennral
March, chief of elaff In attendance,
the president looked over the llt
machine mm It atood on the I'oln
rountln of the mall and later
watched It take the air. Iln did not
go aboard the plane. Mra. Wlleon
climbed up the ladder to the under
hatchway to look throuith Into the
quartern of the aviator, homberi ami
unner.
DRAPER IS CHOSENHEAD
COTTON MANUFACTURERS
C1IARLOTTK. N. C, Nov. 15
Kloctlon of Arthur J. IrapVr of
Charlotte aa chairman of tho Na
tional Council of Anicrlmin Cotton
Manufacturer, to succeed H. V.
Kramer of thin city, realjrned, wn
fflnlally annnume.l nt ht-udqiiar.
teTa of the orKitrtlztitlon here tonlKht.
The national vounrll In cninpoard
of reprenenlatlvca of the National
AetwirUitlnn of Cotton Manfarturera,
with headquiirter In Itoaton, and the
American Cotton Manufacturer as
sociation, wllh heiidniiarlera In
Charlotre. Mr. Itraper It wlan prettl
dent of the latter oi Kiinlr.iitlon. The
national council reprcacnlH the enure
textile Industry of the country In
connection wllh price fixing, prior
It lot and leclvlatlon.
SURE FIRE HIT ,
IN LOVE SONG
New Ballad Called "It's Never
Too Late to Be. Sorry."
Nw York ( ringing with ft nw annf.
'Il'ft Nwr To I t to IU nry," whi. ti,
tti fmini f hr.rt f -4t lntfr-l t. to b
thA moai prumiUnrpil hi l written lit munit
tune.
Following ftr frw Hnn of ih vr;
'T WftUHtviI rm itroon nt ilto
fVr wih of rftin, imI wondrrni wh
Tho rain drop whrn at lat "thi-jr t m
fVrtnWl not rrtor it btoou ;n,
on'r l'kr lh ro, I'm liki the rain,
Yon wrvtt mil mil railed in rain "
And here la a tiar( of tho muait:
It's Never Too Late To
Be Sorry
Wtmn-n toolal to b Mr . r 1 m
K IT 1 limit fM t cart
wtrt IraaUUhlmro'rialdtl.... Thi
ctmi ! have Mdr foa hrar;
cao't nwnd
- J f
-j t a i
htri luvf hro ti; . . . TVrt ( not
OTrtfM A J. iMNf tSi HaaaTea) II .awM.4
Vtlwnch 4h vitip -wipit' wniin ith
out hiirh i-trtrit finiti an f f t if iliiain't
hn auuy. owinif no dtu))it Ui tn ratchy
til ha.
Safe
Milk
For Infant.
& Invalid!
A. Nutritious Diet fo? All Ai'e.
Duick Lunch; Home or CMicc
t rv
OTHERS
IMITATIONS
Halliburton-A bbolt in
Window Dinpla; It owl
I'nilrd War dampuifjn
i
A II i' !. t:i 1 hiir .iil'l f I ' 1 1 1 1 I i!f j
I il..' ih I lli'ii h ii , . ! : f;. . I.. .i : j
V.llllill I Ut( If III' , ",,! I' v I'I' I. ''!
I I i in ' hi. ; ..nil .'in w !. .i,i Iln,
hil VI' Kl rn I , i till In '.I' ' ' r
ln lillllf tiiilKr 'hi' u ( 'I if'' f t I
ii in n' l .i ' i 'rni 1 1- i ! ,i a in-' ii ii 1 I
I' Hit f,, I i v i . ..'il I'i' I '
III -ti i-tfi h 1 1, a, 'I'I. i -. -I. i ii"' 1
It Ii' t I I i I In in.-, , ,i ,i . 1 1 f -lll'l, I
i-r vt ln'l lii-r. IT .i ll v . . ii- ! hi ' - .. .- I
Hillifc-l III. I.' Iir, H ull I I I'-'-.i. II I I I
III lilli",lil Ii.ivi- ;
"l ll' l " 1- I I h." k , I ' In- . I I '"
iii'l i-'-i. i .1 in. i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 -1-1 . ':' .-I r I
ii ml I.-, Iiii lull- I ,i I iti i I n, i" , f j
Il I'I ",T' l'.- I III III '.- I 'hi',,. IN -
H I'I I II "II 1.1- In- I I"- iii'l j
I hi' Ki'.i'l I'M iiml I . r i i I '"
I In. in Ihi-li l,,.y I! K.U "f ih, I'
I'll! I" II hi In. ".li, I I ' I I I " .
Hip l i ' , iinl (in "'In r A ".
till' II K III I'M I II 1 1 II .1 ' I ' ' 'H 'I ,' ' I
I In- hi r. I l"i nl. Il m- 'Ii,- ' . I I -1 i i In
I h i hliiK up I In it imu'l'i
Mn- nut f 1 ih i -1 1 ' - fi-ii in i -1 1
I hnuir lit I Ii -i ' I ' ii r !" v i -i hi in:
I.H.k . ,1 ., f, r hi i , ., i I l - l In- "ink ,
I hut It nii nrf mn ii lii-i I i inn -il I In y
hum' I hi,. I In- m t."l ri.-.i I 'I'-. I i.lli,
I'lV ItM It lill'l li nf flKlltlllK lli'l' llill
IT) llljl I., TI "f II I' 'I 'I' It IhlllllM
I'llliK
All thi' nl'iitr li!ri!:M am ii-jii''
M'llfl'il III l Will I'-lf'll i,M.'l,. ill'
win a of Ii. i ' W In -, tlii.(.t.i)
iii.iii.iK'r f"i Ih,' 1 1. ill. I. n: I "ii h
Im't I'lllljllili) I'I III,,! HIII'I'IV.
Ulllill in nil Ihl' M.i HI Mir' I Kl'li- "f
II', ilmi. Mi U Ii, , I,. Ii i . .1 l,,u.,-.l
I. h' llii.imiiiitl'in fi'-' i'-;in :i ii I Ii i -i l
i. pi ,-m.:,i, ,1 j,, ,' n . i . i i h" "i'l ;
fiMhimi'. I'liinti-,- lii.'i.i., ttl'li Iln- 1
1,1,1 M.i. i-illi,. 1,1, Ih,. ft,,,,, iin.l l'-
lil'l Mlvl" liiniii-lv l.l'ili. n f linlitiii
'I'liUrti. ui,,, I..IW- m-i ii llii- ill,
(in v . whlva ii l.fi- hi.'.i- i'i"ni illii
It In mn nf tli'iK- ill - , I v ili.it
liiurli I In- In- ii t ' h i I ii lirniKH
lioillr In I'll'- J'lM' T"- ifli-i-l, rnihl
an tint limit: hi nf nrj'tp, nf ihi-lc
eulim ri.ii'iii-i tu t'n- hin'r-l w.H"
fund ilrlviv
BOYS TO KKTUKN
HOMK SI'KEDILY
(Xi.n-i iM'hn riM paiik osr.
Orriutiiv ami Aiitirln, .tlr Hurley
lutld Ihh imitHiiin li.td iirihnirily tu ,lo
Willi "kcIIiiik tli- Imivn I .ii k hiiini- "
i "on ult ki-itiI n mi inli'il, Including
tunny nifn lut vtmilil lino reluineil
lo 111" lull Mi- f i hi I hut Ih" ar i-uii-tlniii'il,
wini Id In- Hut firm trni ' ui
brought out of Kruno-, he h.iiJ. Tin y
wiiu 1,1 he fiillnwi'il hy iinliM nf vitriima
hraiit'ttt-a of Dm m-n ice, fulhiwliig
pinna nlready imrlly wnrki-, nut ly
Hertetary lluker unit Ihv ki'IktuI
tuff.
On future ilevelnpnipntH In 1he In
ternal nff.illtt nf tiiTititiny and Aun
Irla .in. I their i i-l.n hitm with the
alllt'i, the alilithi,' i.ffn-i.il ail'li'il, I"
Kelher Willi Iln- Inn, I nf Ihiriipi'itu
I'VUila In K'T.'Tiil, wotilil iln'rnil Ihe
linnilii-r of tl'i".it Id he IiiiiukIU In
this country within thn next f'-w
niontha, hut hit wn propai Iiik. lie
luted, to truneport litrtic i untliiK"nt.-i.
Many 1aiutiorta Id-atly.
There are 67 ti.inspnrlit f I v Inn: the
American fla. Mr. llurlry B.inl. mid
It la hnpril that I lien,'.' wUh llcniutn
and AuatriHi) llnet which tin iinin i
paifd ualitK tempururlly. will tiuffu e
to hrlittf Anifrlvitn wlili'Tn luuiie na
rapidly aa the , inllilai y .tut Imritiea
dealrr. If tht-lr cnp.nity provtw Itt
ndetiiute, he milled, thn elnppliiK
hoard ha 125 dnuliln deck imik" vt't
aela. aomeSif which tan le ti.tn-t-formul
for IntiiKpiirt wink.
lie la reluctant, however, tn with
draw then" fi'oiii freight mrvlrc (
cept In an emercency.
Mr. Hurley Kalil ho would tiike up
wllh I hn allied iitarirliue trnnnport
council In IOnrlnn which would In
turn confer Willi the Herman and
Aunli'lan in.ii lilino nut horli tea the
tiitelliitt of it t II Ir.l nir Houm nf the Idle
tfniMW of Ihe (I'tiintl pnwota There
were IH llnMa at 1 1 I nihil I n mill lire
nten, ho elali'il, nnd 111 tn 15 In
Aunlrlan purlM, which could carry
In the indtrrrutr 1 ort.otit) turn nn fin h
voyiie In Alil"rli-.in porta- retiiiniinr
with food or other neet KM ii y-t-.tiKi'i-tt
llrirlnh tnti'Kiihrte, he Hl.ttiul.
whli'Jt h.ive i-iitrnil tin per cent nf
the American troops ovcrm-im mm e
the nitlltnrv prnKr.iiii w.ia Iih icimciI
curly hint eiitnmer, will lie ullllcil to
convti)' Hritlah donilniiin mnl ' h n i.t I
Ironpn hack tu their hiittit1 rotinirita.
INt Id'ttirn h tiirliltuiis.
Mr. Hurley maIiI that prt'Ki'tit pi. ma
call for hie return with Mr. llnuver
hefore t'hrlalmnM. They will n.iiI on
the tllytupla tiitniirrnW, KiUOlf fust tn
14'tiiliiti fur ll tltrec iliyn t'onfereiK-e
with f noil nnd ehippliiK offlci.tlit.
1'rtun there they will t't In Tiiria In
meet ituiluiriticM nf Ihn nlllea and
American (tovernntcnla in ilirccl
touch wilh the i.tliiinlnt; iiml nhip
uHK Hllu.itii'ii on the continent.
t'oinmentlluT on the Kovernrtienl it
phut to conliiiiie I ho rmi'i'Kency slilp
I'tillilinR prfur.-iiii tn help mukc up
Ihe worhl'K ilcflcirt'f IMt.onii.iiuti mtiM
hroutfht iiU'tit through t'n' i.iv.iuiai
of war, Mr Hurley n ti.l A tuei ictn
yiirds will produce l.'iii vi cIm of i
i.ttiin.OOO tons .lUKieculc ilunnit n-
t i'tiilirr nitil liecenilter Another I
4 ." (1 . 0 (1 1 tone of carKn ctrrleis unuld!
he ri'le.1",! he ail, led. hy moplt'tiiui .
on or hefnre .l.inu.tr- I yf 'i.ii;i'h in i
tin- nitrate tntd", which will In- ilnt-l
continue. I lift a result the ii",Mt!"ti I
of munition inakim; mi a I.ukc Nctle 1
Mr. Iluilcv il.vl.irc.l that his l.o.iril i
hnpi H In return ships In ihe m-i-vi, -e
of tht war department an, I vi'sm'Ih
under Us own chartt r niK ik 1 in
government irade In the r.-pulnr
iutiittiiTil.il ch.tiincN w It It I ti a year.
MINISTER LEAVING PULPIT
FOR ARMY DIES OF WOUND
ATI.ANTX. tit
I J Kf eiTl ,1 I ', ,ct , ir .1
Nov.
V.nli
I
he !
I'likimi;
fnrmcr p'i.;"i- ,-f t:ie Inhflriin
church here, ill', I m Franc- tiei,l"r.
Ii l'f IM'llll'IS lc elVC'i 111 .1. ll'-!' l,l e
1,-siIuik his i-nit! pa iiy in tin- ,'J:iil
vislon, ai- .Illle. I.' I"':. I "Ih the
w-iii- department "i.i.l" I".'.'..' Ii.e
today Mr. i'"hK'-,m: i.-si.:iii I t'i"tn
his pilSt'l.ltl' I it t e.l r ui-.l i ill'T.-.l
Ihe first officcts tr.-tinun; camp -ii
rt Mi l llersntl, li.l, H lli-l'e lie w.i
con-nrssioned as t-.i pin ill. 'I feel tli.it
I can set vc tuy tj-'.l .ml iu- cuolry
Letter as a Nnhlier Ih. in I cm us n
in mister at this llliie." tie said 111 h.s
r.l:"VM-ll .efhl'Ml. V
rrlio in t'liiist.'iutiii.ipli'.
AI.ti.MKI. 'rues I iv, N". 1
i as 1 - t icrit-i-.-i ' r.'iii.'ir, ci-rn-
II
in i
thlmir the l''ri':" ll fi'l.-i v ahtl lii n- i
era
1 W'iImmi. i-i'ti::n.iniri- of the I'.rtl-
rU'-.l :,i ' 'mis', ml inoiile x .- 1 1 i- - '
il.n
l ea
on a French vc-m-1. ih
fi;st lo!
h th" city The .,,, it v,,,s ,
in i
llv .i ilet-iuan passe iii'i'i- v
'i ll w is i .uil'A' -nic, In- !i, 't
w L
I:
mn t n.'il a I t 'her. ion i-.;
'llslillcilll'tlt.
Tin- in, eMntr of i.i.- i.,.- , ,.t.
collegiate alumni amuiiihc-il f.ir
lll.K iif'.el liui'tl has Lecli i);j)0u, J
until furilKT' iioiice.
MUTT (111(1
"THt MU.LS M AND
!Hf MtiL Mta
tfntt ii tj-.fi, re
tL' w on" Ufccwev
TH(y iav. u,hiu ir it
tMtfctjjij -rite iK'.c
r Twe ikU -.i-tv,,t,
A,r A (tfuk-IU
ttttiJiS A
hiMiiir -.Aim.
ViMj TMtf.' llMAn,!
DtlW t.lnf, i,n lu4
OUT l3 ZHlCL
AUlA N( t Clt It Cul .
Of fAX 6AH.A40
The uiun. cuitom it
TO,cai.j. ecu
ijiitib. ir ir
Dtxiii r tutKiiibiu
l itllrtjuiM. bur Jeep
MAI A Mat Mail Att. Hit
ouiM At roLLouiVa-r
Th" foliiiwiiiK ciiii nliulh'M is ill'
tt'iik i.f t !; Iim hiii.r ueneial
let. ii v i,f Ih" In. Ill M I ' A , Mil"
Is now i "ihl ui i iiik ihe Aii"ii.t --it''-i.iiiipuik.'n
fur tin- ii n 1 1 f I war wi.il
lis in the inpaeHv of a'a'n dire, tm
A it ti mi 1 1 ' -in i-t i L jijsl i an.e
I i,, in New Vmk lieiiiuirl ei s
That Ihe eleven state
Thai wi til nver Ih'-ir 'pmt.i
With Ih" lurtcnt percentaKe
i u 1 ,1 havo a hut
N'iitni-il aftei' Ihem
A nd I hat I heee huta
Went ii new Htiltit '
Tiie are to he portable
Ami are KolnK In he
I n I he f runt trenched
1 1 . 1 when the frulil treiiill"H
i Li mi tow ai 'Ih I he Uhitie
The hills Will Kit ton.
A ihl mi of t Iii-nii hut
Ale f.,1 the y
And II ther five
Are fur the Salvation Army
A ihl Ihe KnlKtits of I 'tiliiniiiiia
Ami tr)i Jewiali Welfare hnnrd,
And they tire nil tcolntr
Tn f .-n-e and sea
Whether II Mill hn
A Y MCA, ;
in n !-'a l a t mil Army '
i'l a Knights of t 'oliiiiihis
I 'r It Jew lull Welfare ,
Hut that will tret
First to llerllii, '
Hut we don't cure
Whlrh ireta there first
Whether It Is a Y
I ir a Snli'ittlnn Artnv
Or n KtiiirhtH of f'olumhua
nd n JewlHli Welfare
I Hit vo want to he mire
' That the very firm hut
That la plat ed In llerlln
Jn the Kiirden of the kaiaer
la the one named Oklahoma,
aHo now pel Ittiay
And ace eWryhody aaraln
And make Ihetft turn
Their pockets Iitsld" out.
And after they have riven
Fvepy nlikaJ they can
Make them rii out
And t-e the nlher fellow, '
So that the first
Hul In llerlin
Will have for It name
i iKI.Allo.MA!
I thank you.
TULSA WILL TRY
TO FINISH TODAY
ritNTiN rK.n nM pa;k use,
tin- (toml old r s. A , Including Rlris
and wninen tn the war atricken cnun
trv, and that the nuencii-a w-ero
lnii;hlv yield proleeflnn tn ihe niom'.e
nnd the morals of thn itrtnv.
"When Itoetnr Mull asked the Fnite.l
PCilea ti cntitrihiite $ Ja.01fl.li00
early In the vear for the aame pit r
po.'ie. there were many who felt that
It couldn't he raised ll wna an un
heard of throw, and yet when the
money w.-ia all In anil ciunteil, the
pi -"I. le had civeo $ '.0 nnn.niift
"The Mra of the wot i-nmient do
Irttr Ihe-ii' things thrnni:h taxallon
didn't al'l'e.ll to the people. Thev
w.iriti-d In have war work of their
own. and thev responded wonder
filllv "The American peteple rejoice In
heinw ahle to true fur tlteae wonder
ful ai-'tmc!es This -a the mnet dan-l-ernus
period In the soilier'H if4
There's O'lmeilnnu In the life Ihcv
live thai poisons them Thev tret
tret'eh pniann, and tlteie helpful
nirenriea courier. u l thn' poison when
thev i-.t I'.-l'-l, of the lire I.f us
liritir th"in h'iriie clean and healthy
ami hi ppv "
The vlcturv irirl chorus, cluss A
of the Irv'tti: S' hon! w is the firs; pi
report 100 per cent, and thev itrrn
pue-it of the 'il lup:i iL-n CO nl Ml ; 1 1 i-e
ev'i'rd.iv and sarin dunnt; the hour.
Th.- hmh school trio will furmtsh
ihi.su-.il tiuitiheis tiidai-.
nKHIIi'M ' I TV Nov 11
(H, ' I'h'm.i to. l-ii t"h"-. Iln- mark set
f"i- .1 In the nulled war work i.mt
p.urn a,-i lo-'lit-i: lo nffn lal an
no u !"-'-1' 1 1 u ' m.lile t ' ' ll I k ll finm nt.ite
h. i.l'iu trtci-t.
The slate's nimta i $ 1 .f2iV0nn The
I ..t 1 1 i,i.i,-I up ' o ton . h I as il'i
riounee.t In- ! M irl iml. s'.ile
i !i i:- 'il in, is $ I .', IT lhhl.
STEREOPTICON WILL HELP
IN SALVATION ARMY WORK
!'". U oi li.-tur,- i j.!.i'.-iitic
in .ii i:i it i-i'r" .iiiil i'"-! entei h'l.ifi
inir iii;i''P'-i- f h- '"k of the Si I v.t t i.n
.i' i -i" -iKhou. 'he world .1,1,1 In
. it ; i, u : ii - 'i ' It- Lit: le f-.elda In
I 'r 1 1" wi'i 1- 1 ' i - - V', r . 1 ton ti; tit at
i he i .!.!. Li I " i ;' : ll,,,l,-rlL
of I '.il' is Tt vi-i
l : , en f..r .lie I" 'u'f it of Th.- S.-i! -
I'l.'-t i-'inv i l-e ui ted war work-
eis ,l'le. th" ,1 s'lih-ulsll'-d I'-ctll'Vr
lilt lieen i---ei"'--'l 'rh enrh'tsias'ir
iT"W'U In M f-i- 'lli-r, I llv ill il 1 tree Sa-
li'ilp i .m l the'- i 'klahonia t iites and
t.'W n-i the ist f- w il ivs
1 1,,, -toe llol le I,-. i i l,s ; urer of
i I'll h-' ' i'l S.i'l.it:ni Ii'hll lok.
in I ii.. .i "I . li i n- of th.- Salv.ith.n
i it- . , .. 1- i u :; . - '..'' :i I I .i-iistiiti a n,
!':': Ti-v.! i'-'l! is 1 hiiiu";hout
th, sta'e o' i ' K l,i h on, i
1'-. i i: ici:, -... . 1 church f.
f I .it.i'i-- i-- e" 'l. .il't milted to at
tend. A'lmi.-.i.i'ti will be fiee.
Thr Hal S timed Oklnlionui.
A ii ii ii.tiif'fj hi K ' 11 1
JEFF 7K"' www uasoed these fiutzes something.
-.- tm.i ii a akMj" ah'. HevxA A i,o-ev;T. flfV C DEKt l,"N v ? 0 .
'--to irnw-ltitH,, AlN.r ru tu HAMb- r 1 TcV,i HCfcS ! SHARt ' O
2 'HHiMu'iMi' 'ttf IC Alu rrAijt-li iaiTD J 1 AVft TAHe r Pttkr- I I 4 f f I V...
L i , " . r ' '..;.. .: - ....I
LEADING WESTERN TEAMS
GET INTO ACTION TODAY
I ' I I 1 1 ' ' i ' '. No
I
The iiiiisf in-
'liiciinii: i""(-r.i!i. "f fi... tl.. ,11 KameHj
III Ih" hihlllle Wist this Ma.Hon Ii '
si In I ii ! r -. I for omi,Tov with vlrlti
allv all ,,f the le.iduiK eli'Vi-na In
,1' iiou i hi' f iiii'-i.-st i i liters In thn
M i i.nh.il i i, in, . t l.i-t.neeii Michigan
an, I S) i a. ii.-.. .it Ann Arhnr iiml tint
Ciine Leiwen I'lim State and lll.
trni i at I i l,.in i iitln-r Kames hrinn
hi v. ri nf the reiii.iiinnir "hit; ten"
learns, an well as most of the middle
western service I'leiena Into nitlon.
I "ti ft Statu will clash with Illinois
In what Is rerarded uh the ihampi.
lolishlp MrilKk'h' of the Iiik tell.
Mn lu;;an will meet Svr.iruse. Mln.
ne.snla will tiltempt In at. life it eume-
1 Lai k n' ntisi Wist Ktisui, ami t'hle.ien
and N'orUiwenterii will meet in their
iiiitiu.il tame at l:iih-turl. tnher
unities will hrlnt; tutiether Notre
I Mine and the .Meliean Akhick nt
I,aiisini, I 'ui due ami Vahash at In.
Il.iiiapiilis, luwa and Ainea at Jmva
t'lty and KaiKi.s a.nd Nithroska at
1,111, Illll.
Camp DikIko nnd tho Chicago
naval reserves will meet In Chicago
In an imporlant nuitest.
BOMBERS TRY TO WRECK
OHIO NEWSPAPER OFFICE
YdFN'iSTi iU N, Ohio. Nov.1 13.
Hi'lnlicm attempted tu wreck the of.
fie. s of the Yiiiith-'KioHMi 'IVieirnim
hhorily hefore niidmnht Tliuraday. ,
hunt plumed Just uutslde the presa
ronin h t (to, hie tkintt window mid
crushintr doors and uiherwuie datn
axintr the ImlldlnK.
Other hulldltiKa wltliln the radius
of ii hlocli were dumaKcd, homb
fi.axnirnla penet ntt Inic doors and
hreaklm? windowa. The Atociited
Fretts wlrea wi'liln the lull, din were
nut ilmuiiKeil.
The Tcl'ttiam ha.a'heen strongly
prn-ully and is one of ohlo'n fore
most dry ntlvic.ite. Several years
a K" an iitlettipt was made tn dyna
mite the home (,f ps pitlillnher, Sam.
iii'l ti. McCluie.
JUGO-SLAVS VOULD TURN
OVER SHIPS TO ALLIES
II r The Asiii-iareil T'reM
PAItlf. Nov. I.'..- Juan-Slav crew's
remuliiinK alsuird Ihe Auatrian fleet
In the Adriatic are reported lo have
miide rT propoHiiton to turn over Ihe I
warships to the I'nlted State, hut its
this was cm aiih red inexpedient It
was arm ni." .1 later that the vessels:
should Le turned over to the alli-il
nnd American forces In iiivordanre
wllh Die arnilatlce terms.
All the Austrlami on hoard the!
wnrshlps departed on the eve nf the
Hittnitiif of the orm, slice, leavjnt; ,,tilv
Juua' Slavs on the ships. The .ruirn
S'ai's, much luipi-iseil hy Americ't's
act.vity in Lehalf nf their caiiRe. suh. '
milted a propcuiiinii (hat the I'nitod
States hold the wtois unfit their fi
nal dispic.UInn was determined. Thev
h"ie whin a .li-cinlun Is t cached that
the ahipa will he returned to 'heni
and thus form the tun lens of a Jiiko.
Slav navy. I
I'tihllsJicr Ki-Miirna. J
NFW Vi'KK. Nov 1 :.. -Ktpll 1. j
SrhoU, piit'lishi-r of the New York i
l-.ietiinif l'o;!. aiuioiiiic-d foday his
le unnailon. effective at once. Mr
Scitol. uppei-d l.is fii"iith for a com
mlsaioti In the army and his applii-n..
tion has I n a ip'-oved. Mr Schelz
had Leen p'lh. siier of the Hvenim:
I'nsf for file - ears arid continued In
Hal capni'v after Ua recent pur-i-l'iif-e
L Thomas W. Iiimont and
.1 IV Mor-an t o.
Douglas Fairbanks at the Strand
Today Only '
rft -?' 'it4' Cfi.vji'f' 4?
Socialist Is New
I Vi!' l III
ii ii i
MOW YOIIK. Nov. I" Frlidriclt
F.tn rt, the new Herman chancellor,
ha-i promised the Herman people a
ti.-w L"ivernmeni with parties and a
speedy peace. H,i was vlcn presi
dent of the Herman social democrats
ami president nf the main commit -
ti f th- rei.-h-.lat;. Liorn at llel-
lelliera- in IT1. the son i.f a tailnr.
he became a h.ii'tie-s maker. Later
In- wyls adiior nf .i encla'ist pewspa
p -r. an. I has been prominent In the
par'y councils for many year-i.
lie Let. line a sm-ia'.st member of
th.- llreinen t itv tounril m lOfti1. In
101- he was s-tu to the retchst.it;
friM'i Fremen. I'l 1011 he was elect,
cd leader of the p.irtv. in succeed
Aii-.u.-t I'.edel. who d'.cl.
Purlntc the trrrater part of (he
war, KL.-r: Joire.l S, ITie.L'iiiii nn nnd
other socialists w ht supported the
war. hk, mist the -.mall and pel's.
cut'd faction headed hy l.iehknrcht
who opposed it. with thn result that
l'il"-rt linn been looked upon by rad
ical socialists all tiveP the world as
a ii-nei:,ide from suclalts-ii. and an
instrument of 'let man autocracy.'
German Chancellor
r- j-
it m 'i
a . . h
14
tn 1917. howevrr, Khert altti
the i.trman Kuverntiient for lt
nexaiiun plans and snupht to
tile tierniHii and Austrian bh
nient.s tn alum I m J heir procranis
annexations, under Ihe nuise of DroiT
. . ... .... , -Jri
tectorates, of Poland
ftV ...
i.ii nniinia. atvianuimtl result
ihe Haltic provinces. In .limitary
this vear Khert made a hitter nttatfit
on the censorship for su ppn ssma orfja '
and 7.;; FINNISH GOVERNOR
of the f-eneral strike in Austria. In l EITHER SHOT OR DROWNED
this speech he said: M
"We welcome the action of the'.' (f,'' "
proletariat nf A ust na-1 1 tinaary nnijfl ' v'oPKM I AH 1,'N Nov. l;,. Major
express our warmest sympathy. .,,,1 SPVn formerly unvernor
t.ertiiau ivorknun, when ticressary Jl 1 nf i.-i',,..i i, hnn tuii-
W lll use their full J..tWl-r to cilllbaf'.rrii.:'' h,,n .l k'rnn.ln.tt and
inn 111. iris mat are picvonrmi: lira
early peace
and rluht.
uaae.i on u nuri.ia:.um
Fbei t was elected
prehident of the
main committees of the re:chsta,lti'
r. .. rv:'":
. ... 1 lin'March. 19
if Kraft ,(,,S5U
ie 7M' Pmvl.
,v -.' l id eTT1 ,hf
,,,i,i,,i "i iiiiiin a
German chancellor, and of
von Ilintze. as foreign sei
(ictoLer. he was one of th
consideration for the chancellorship'
I. W. W.'s SPURN KD ;
AT LABOR SESSION
ooyrrxtT.D krom p.r;K onk v;
should fortrive the convicted men.
their pat off-nses and obtain their'
release President Gompcrs related
tn the delenates the part ortcaiUsedl
Inbor had played in uidins the pcopl
or Mexico.
The amended resolution
was
adopted with on y four oppnsinir
votes HrcH ii.se of the unexpected
situation which arose over the Mex
ican resolution, the entire day was
occupied with discussion of the Mottj,
lean ipirsiU-ins and the pence proi
cram contained in the resolution by1
President ( lumpers, w as not acted
upon. 1? will be taken up tomorrow J
It is tnoiiBht, the run-American reil-J
,-i,iili'n "I 1 jnnir vi,i 1 1 eiit-i-ieil linn
the ronfj-rence probably iidjouiii tomorrow-
niht.
Several rivnlutions affecting the
nr?arixst!'in of the
federationl
adopted tndav dealt with safetruaxd-
InK the passsis r f workmen fronij
Mexico tn the Fniled States and bark
and with other tumor details smootrf
Inir the wav for a more general in
terchange of labor. 3
Filntr ft Wlntcp.
T I.AKKS, III.. Nnv.
: n
Pluns for the urea: offensive attalnsfc
w inter have been announced St. theV u t' mer, has been practically rune
naval staiion here. Or.W-rs have Veeni, llletod. orders providitiR for the
Issued to recimeiiui commanders tia i'onstli.latlnn In a number of cities
m o that every man In their unit I1 oyer 'the country probably will be
supplied with sufficient w.i'm cloth It-sued shortly.
In Monday. I'aptnin Moffctt ordereip1 ' ' " -
thai every man must have the fol-' '., Mj,"-nes Make New Ihnianils.
lowint: iirth '.cs, two pairs of slices I, y.NltU' YORK, Nov. IS New do
kmtted socks, letf.ilatton wnolerf; nindsy the marine workers afflu
ent ks. arctics. Je'scis. woolen tinder-ti .iteir union of the port of i'ew Y'ork
wear, rubber boots and wooletw! lor an X-hour day antl a ware In
ploves. All tents are hcinfr strui crease were filed today with the
and men housed in new stearu hcat!4f buprd of arbitration of the New
barracks. Just completed. , York harbor wage adjustment board.
'rT'.
I- "V.
"V I mr w m w t v m A I -
Keep It Dark, But An
Awful Thing Happened !
In Attorney's Office
Hush' !
It M aft-aintH law1
Sav nnthintt, Imt the county nt
Inrney'a nffite won u liet.
Mies Sadie Hoffman, chief, clerk
In- the office of fleortte Heeies,
inutily at uine)'. mad" a wittier
wJlh Iter friend. Mis. Fannie Vln
nlck. that the war would be over
hy hist Monday.
The het was prompted hy the
fact that Miss Vinnlek was In fear
least her brother should he called
Into aervlco at once.
"It'll never ho dune. The war
-Wilt be over by Monday," Mia
Hoffman said.
"I ll het you it won't," was Miss
rVinnick's retort
"I'll call you," replie'V Mis Hofr
m.'i n .
A beautiful picture frame was
.delivered at the county attorney's
oUlce yesterday. Mian Vtnnlck
I had pnld her het. The frame was
Just, what Miss Hoffman wanted.
OKLAHOMA CITY SLAYER .
CWEN LIFE PRISON TERM
.OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 1J. I-ife
Imprisonment ut hard labor was the
punisHaient nieted out to K. I H'wev
rreartriwrtite, 10-year-old slayer of
Thelnra 'Iivejoy, today oh a plea of
Vuiity ,of murder In tlvvirt dearee.
I. ..... Uam . 1 r, , 1, . Iha, .h.
j,ii wciov jiii; inri ni",,ii'n n ,i-
Fyonthi tired four bullets Into the h4.
f.the school leai-her who had rc
f'wed lo be hla bride.
.In the presence of less than a
tioaen court officers nnd attorneys.
IJreathwaite stood under the briJtM
chandelier In the district courtroom,
eefiginitly In a tranae, and stared
disinterestedly at a desk in front of
him' while Judge Clark pronounced
tr-.sejiteni-e. ,
COLONEL GREEN ISDENIED
REHEARING IN TAX CASE
a) M-. riuiK, rov. i.i. rne ap-
I'taiC iiiviHinu oi ine suprriiiw iwuu
lav tienie.i a motion "t conn-
" olonel Kdwiird H. K..(!reen,
of the es'.ate of his eMother.
Uie H.,K. ureen, for a re-
i of the rourt's own tlec.s-
InR the state tax appraiser
ii in th amount of capital
hy Mrs. (ireen in this slate.
-argument was asked on the
I that the derision will resilt
i)ffcinKinir the "rights nf privacy"
in t tie. puiiucaiion oi
neen it iarn, ma ah i ; t
1
vat M
PfTlirivaV uffiiirs heretofore kept out
inf , tjuj. newspapers. "
i...i .... Shot .n-,.Frfli to
frWe
iiiHe
Hp t,iUr dispatch lo the Uer-
j InTlKske iTidende,
jiHjor
iVsnerul Sevn was arrested
tin'March
1917, by the commander
I'.iiItU- feet hy order
Islonai (tovernmenl. He
Kin ernoi hhip of Fin land
klni No". ember, l'jo9. und was noteil
for tle riKorous methods he used to
snjoprei nny popular outbreak.
l-'omicr Mayor Dead.
' PA III.. Nov. 1;. (4:H.'i a. nt ) -ltnbcl
van AN'yck, former mayor of
New York city, is dead here
Itohertson Anderson van Wyck,
whase death in Paris was announced
today.' vim the first man elected
mayor of New York city after the
iianptidii of Hie charter under which
Hrooklyn. Lonti Island city and other
t"crjk - ''adJoiniii(f the former city of
. , 1 .' 1 i ' ',.- , i"m-iiiiiiri 1 1 ii 1 1
toUfotiu whir became known ua
"Greater .New York "
.
Infltieiia ( llii kcil.
t. WASHINGTON. Nov. Ki For
the first time sin e Spanish influ-i-niii
. became epidemic m urmy'
vaji-ps
it home, the siirceon tren-
etjal's' weekly report show the dis
ease effectually cheeked. Fit-iires
tnrtde public loday record (I.SS7 ras's
fr the week ending November S as
compared with 1S.7n the prcvinur
"cek. The epidemic now Is wearlne
itsH-lttout 111 mi' west, me last sec-
l" t" l'e ufffcte.l
I
Mhv 'on-iolldntc
Wire Companlrs.
'WASHINGTON,
Nnia) 1 Ti. - I nves-
IlK.'ilion into the feasibility of eon-
. tnHidiv'Ini; Western I'ninn and Uoa
, ,11-tl tejleeraph facilities, hecun by a
2.!special eoininittee when the jrovern-
'"''tu . assumed wire control last
by Bud Fisher
Public Records
IMsiriti Iinin.
T K. Smith vh. M nl lan I V;v
railroad company, 1,iiiiu, pers.inal
inrjury.
I'arpenler Oil company i- C,
Anderson et al, ll.'HO for failure to
buy o and k-is leases.
i'. V. McFnrmli k vs i!. K. I.ew,1i-..
milk et nl, IH:'. tin on tax blil 4ml 10
forced tax lien on lot l.t. block i
Carlton l'lace addition
Same vs. I'. A, Qmclev et l.
$218. same lot H, block 1 Sunset
Hill addition.
Same vs. It. K. Peers et al $.101 d.
same lot 11, blork 7, IrvinK l'lace d
dltlon. Same vs. O. K. Oordan et al.
1121 13 snmo lot 5, block lurrsi
Hill addition. A
Same vs. It. I. Keenin. $.'2ISl,
same lot 29, bjock 2. Park Hill adtli
tlen. It. L. ('umminirs vs. K P Pries ft
si, $00 and ejectment southeast
southeast T and west half nuuthwrit
8-17-14.
L. Marks vs. V. .Jone..et al. Jl.CHO
on note.
Superior Court.
n. M. Siaton vs. Slalon dtvorre (af
fidavit nun-military service 1 (re.
ferred).
Warrtimy ItiU.
Katilre oil A Slarketini; eompantr
to a . m. Donnelly. $i. lots :i-:: :$.
1 I hdn addition.
J. B. Johnson and hushsnd ts L ,
Ho.iitiswoi in, i, lot 14, lilie k 1. Lib
erty addition.
.1. H. Kennedy and wife to V M.
nrlscoe, $2,500 snuthwwt ;i-I-1J
W. flay to J. Harnden. $HiSj .1
(Acme farm) In north h.i'f north
west loulhw est s-o unn'Mi
4-19-13.,
('. H.- Hosier transferred to I M
Itohlnson. $100, lot ", block ti. I'orej;
Park addition.
Herry-Hart company to 1. Ilrace.
$225. lot 6, block 7, li'is.il.i.e ad
dition. O. C. Craves lo Drees ltuildirs; A
Contracting company, $200, lot !!.
block 33 Taneha.
Same tn same, $40(1. lot." It-D.
block 33. Taneha..
fame to H. H. Melnholti. $200, lot
21. block 1.1. Taneha.
Same to W. V. Ures. $400. lots 1-.'.
block 40, Taneha.
Same to H. rj. Drees, $400. lets l?
20. block- 33. Taneha.
P. M. (lallaway and wife to K.
rmniit et al, $1,250, lot S, block 11,
Cro.bio llelshts.
Aitiulttcd of Kmbc-Mlenionl.
NtiHFOHK. a-. Nov. I.V y
Stephen C. Paee. former essistsnt
postmaster of Portsmouth, late usi'iv
was acquitted In the Fniled S'st-s
dis'rict court of the chre ".' em
lieitzlijif $1111.700 of postal funds
LEGAL
RESOLUTION
On Ike 7th ilir of Nmnnlii-r. Pl.
it apprarine thai there hi hn-n ronf.l
inlr.l lo Hie Slats- of Ok)hnr u- pro
i-ffdinfii pendinc in the (moty r.mrt e'
Tillia, OkUbnma. wrtrrein one 'I11 clittt
pump shoSpTO ri one Springfielil arm'- til.
one piaaa. King mile, one icehov t'1
e"Ii. one elialr, 'i tpittes. one li-en.1
dr.-ni.er, one lal'le, one bed C -.' e?
enipiy pD bftllli. S 1-anen of einii'v Itol
Mule.. 10 one-rnllon hot aii-r Uiht
ami two tritnltR were confilraieH
HK IT TIIKKKKtlKK RBS'-HA'MV TVit
Ihe County tlerk of Till tou'ilv. nk .
hoira, file due and lecal notK e M --eil m 4
cotlfueated rtods to the. htcheit hit'ler i"1
November isih, I9IS at 2 o r'o. k p m .
al the weit rlrair of the f ouOlv Court llonn
nil make hia rerwirt ti irit honorah'- isvlv
khowina- what Hwomitien he hm mil" d
. an,,, 'V"".iitii rorirn. ,
i ll in herehe ordered, eonslileri-l ni l 11
i'tdci-d that the t ounty Clerk ll-' i"l''-r
ii.e and aril arionlini lo Ii aio oi--r
tiroperty vh-rh ha ln lilw-leil ami -"i-fiieatetl
anil turned oter to t- l-ii'il l'f
oriler of the Countv -Inlffe. ai'l 'ni'"- 4 '
reliirna llureof, ihnwinir n-hat h,' 'it"
"' the premieea ar-rnrdinr to Ii
riOARI) ttK COl'NTY COM Ml-SI'li '1
I'.y 1'. K. Siipie, Chairman.
LODGES AND'SOCIETIES "
rKTKttlKI'M I.OIM1K No 7I mi t. . " T
firat. third ami (.t-irili fim'
.J, lt till- montrl. Ki-.-.lr I'll.
'4. - ..... i'-.. I... v... II
! All viuljrur Hui u.f.ted.
IJTIC
Mieonle Hall. . V.-t
' -I K Hll.liT M M.
K H IKNVI S-'f
f t'1.8..0M;H No71 me"el every I ri.lav.
.. W ork in Kntcr.-'l A !,n--"it i
starting KniUi uv 1 ' 1' '
p in . ihiinr r s p in - ''
lra alvraj-i wcleotn.'. M.iM'ttia
Hall.
.1. K MeKVTIRK W V
.1 C uilN't'lllli TV see't.
I'hl.TA tAIIMiK i'J-'i. meet, ev, r T -lit
,, '-niii at 7..1U Wi.rk 1
lowraft Tuenlay. N"
:lrtiJ alariintt 2 P m Viit..- ir
vy'rMk? n'"i".v invited. Jin-""'
J- 0 OAMPKKl.l. V
ARTIIPR BAKK.R see J.
Tl l.s 1 vOHAPTBU No" 53. R A M l""J
jaajatew fir.t and thirii M-o.lnv a
m"nln- Mn.lay, N-v I5'
U(JB Hoval Arrli Ieirrte. !""
weleotne. . .
W M H I RI Vy TI ic-h rr'eSI.
W 1 TOVSON Sif y
TltlMTY COMMANUFKY No' 20 ..lii mej
.iliniiii, -
Temple martini l :'"" i' ,,
Ihnnrr lerved at r
...mn,, Knirhta j'VZ
eome. Jtaaoni.t Hal. -,"
Main
S R. IYK. ( onrtnanrtor.
I, L POYI.K, Sei- y
AUKAH TfTMIM.K" a"a I' l ; T.
Tiina meeia " ,
Kill
ea-h month nt .win"
t'ereilOlHvl k.-ll.
So
v.-nties
illl, ! I -e- I' M
ila'l All rialtuiC N"1' n
vtwZ ivvt.t.tvr.ii.
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