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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 70 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY AND ANARCHIST FROM RESULT OF BOMB EXPLO PATROUMAX AXD SEV- RHAI, IXJURED, BIT IX- TKNDKD VICTIM ESCAPES. BIG fly tlu- t'tvss 'NEW YOKK, Juno kill-1 ed, several were Injured, several having narrow escapes early today; when a bomb placed su the base- mem entrance of Judge Charles C. j KKIIUI.IMMJ home eNploded. The front part of .he residence was blown out and houses nearby badl> dam- DYNAMITING PLOT ALMOST COUNTRY WIDE IN ITS I IRAKIS. May i The Associated aged by the torce of the explosion. A Judge Notl -was out and Mrs. Nott, fl.uncs OM new. work, besides asleep on, the second floor, was ua-j.lhmu francs for the "calls for the electrification of 5.200 miles ol' railroad, the building of miles of local railroad linos and tramways, the rebuilding of i 000 miles of national roads and HATTLKU I'ASTS AND MOLTS IN CAPTIVITY TFXAS COXGIIESSMAX STRUCK HI, KLYIXU FRAGMENTS OF UYXAMITKU'S BODY. ihe sceno by I'iremen searching roof tops for evidence. Last week the oldest rattler in ihe live collections at-Normal cast oil his dirty and dingy winter coat and pin. on a resplendent coa-t. of banded velvet. This is all the more remarkable since he has eaten only i five half grown rats in iwo years. The specimen, which is a 'banded IraiMer, came to the collections Sep- STEA.MER TROY UHIXGS MOKE te-.nlier 5, 1916. the gift of W. S. "oKLAHOMAXS AXD TEX- Martin. :i student at the normal. AX8 TO XEW The rattler was captured near Al- YOHK. bany, and had ten rattles, at the time of capture, but possesses four- teen today. Though his body is i vwii "i I lean and lank from much fasting, he about 60.000 miles ot other lugh-1 Ilea dimunition in vital pow- ,ways that were mined by the in-, New York, June Over ,.000 is and moves freely about arniy traffic or Destroyed b> roi.mer National Guardsniea ol Okla-1 hi jn wud Acre_ suitim. the shifting light and day. fasted exactly n t.ie minor aptaiis vusj pjvp months last year to a day, many culverts to be replaced. 1 es- the military police company. food 'So considering! ii i a t i) ft n 1 i-n- i _ ._.. i ..r. uv i x- n _ I the past two years of captivity his diet has been as follows: June, 131? to June. 1P1S, nothing save water; June 1P1S to June, 1019. five hall grown rats. These latter were eaten last July and August, so that the last nine months he has con- tinued his fast. The zoologists at the normal are watching this study will, unusual inierest. and the sum- mer classes expect to feed him un- usually well the next two months in order to build up reserve vitality teiishe army tra.ltic or iiesiro.vi-u u> j former National uuarasmen OBURIU-J g mines and shell fire. Wu have also." homa and Texas arrived on ihe. ho added, "mure than 2.000 bridges Iransp0rt Troy. The principal unit. f h to rebuild, twelve tunnels that musfwas tne mst infantry, 36th "Thjs speclp be practically rebored and a great j.On ..vmoivg the minor details wasj jvp montns' many culverts to be replaced. 1 es- military rrmirvinv. linuue the amount of material re-, supply trains. "ANY I'UILH' OFFICIALS OB- ,1I-XT OF MURDEROUS AT- TEMPTS MADE Bt ANARCHISTS. JENNIE ISAACS SINKS KNIFE IN THE BODY OF JIM THOMP- MAN WILL RECOVER. M. Claveillf explained ihai. al- though an army of roadworkers, reaching 7S.OOO men in 1'US. had constantly been employed repairing roadways in the army none, they were worn almost as fast as they were restored. POLICE COURT Ity tin- 1'rws "'WASHINGTON. June The head of the dead anarchist killed hy his own bonvb at Palmer's home. ,up miles of track on ihc! was found more than a block from Northern railroad system and about 1 Floyd Jordan and Walter Win- ters were fined each yesterday re restored. afternoon on a charge of fighting. Germans tore up 01 bi. Kitchens is complaining Mayor Kltcliens is complaining ibout" ihe small force they have i-itli which to mah'.tnin orriei l.'O'l miles of the lines of the East- There are only four mum-' n'-xi winter's long liiberna- erii Railroad, along with -.000 miles Qf tlon_ ThiR ,s ,hc whk'li p-ii rrt iv -i iiuii. i 1111- "i- v Kep.vsentaUveMansr.eldo, TeN.i, pf uMcsraph and telephone wire.. night. atiraci.'d Stale Superintendent passing nearby when tin- bomb tu> said. --These luu-s have already f ploded was struck by flying I'ras-; hcen ,-estorod in part. m> on ol 'np 1U ments of the body. Other explosions1 took terson. N. J.. homes of prominent 011 enterprises. nts of the body. Other explosions remains to be dotu- con- u. k place in Boston, Philadelphia. ,slitutes a formidable task. Lack or rind u is simi.ly imposs tsburgh, Newtonville. Mass.. Pat-'lftbor is an that is delaying 1; swer them. rminent e. The citv is growing. A Much of ihe. Th terson. -N. J.. noiueh ui innumum 011 enterprises. .MUCH in im- men in Washington and elsewhere retiujred material was assembled ies cr being protected today from furlbei ,jul.jllf; the last eighteen months of; going .....___ i-uiiii- in from different son's auention when being I'ed three the city in same time summers ago .before a big crowd of .sible (0 nn. ,lu, Slllnmol. teachers and caused ihim I" remain till 'barely timo to 'ciiv'is growing. More factor- ake re coming. Oil development is outrage. the war." grows crime naturally incr----- Tlie mayor says they must either' have more men on the force or au- MONEY WAITING FOR THIS tomoblles for use of the present POXTOTOC COl'XTY .MANjfoi.ce Bill Abbott. -Si-., was fined According to a government publi- j ;l charge of drunken-! a soldier's allowance 'Sjness I awaiting Win. Ronsey ofjioff. i n poker pam, ...same C uullllAJf. Vll uv T lii-ii ,-n t ill on and as industrial activity lowed a nearly grown lue at n crime naturally increases.! seven ATM FLAK USES Amei-iciin. A special attraction will be_ the drama. "The K with Priscilla Dean It is a story with w7 Washington, aoounuin.u trom stall tu inn. u aim presents Priscilla Dean in her very _ best role. j Libt-rty. i Revue, a company of Miss Bernice Campbell, who has musicians, comedians and beauty, been the instructor in music in the will give another highly entertain-, Henryetta schools lor the past year, ing program this evening. The pic-: and a most successful and popular ture program presents Bert Lyu-11. one. left for Ada today to take up in the drama. "Blackie's the same work in the summer founded on the famous Red .school at the normal.--Hpnryetta Book Magazine story.______________.Standard. Annual Meeting of Pontotoc County S. S. Association in the negro quarters last Friday afternoon and arrested iwclvo white men participants. Kilcli was fined Business picked up on North Broadway Monday afternoon about 5 o'clock, when Jennie Isaacs, formerly Jennie Harrison, sent a kni.fa through one lung of Jim Thompson and inflicted a flesh wound on the arm of Mary Sparks. All the characters are more or less well known in this part of thej state. j According to Jennie's story, Thompson beat, her and choked her when she refused to go with him. They had been lovers in the past, but their loving ceased some time ago. In her efforts to protect her- self, she obtained a knife and pro- ceeded to make him stand back. As soon as she could get away from the housn, she left to give herself over to the officers. In the scuffle Mary Sparks got in the way and a knife wound on one arm result- ed. Thompson did not realize how badly cut he was, so the attorneys l.y ihf Associated Press WASHINGTON, D. C., June Red assassins last night started an to inaugurate a new reign of terror throughout the eastern part of the United States. Nine bomb explosions in seven different cities, almost simultane- ously, resulted in the death of two or more men and the injury of one woman. Attorney General A, Mitchell Pal- mer, whose, confirmation was block- ed today by the senate, was the first and principle object of the bomb-plotters. His residence here was shattered and one man was killed 'but Palmer and his family es- caped. Body of Anarchist Found. WASHINGTON, June ington police inspectors early today beivved they had identified the man who was blown to pieces last night in an effort to kill Attorney Genera! Palmer with a bomb, as an anarchist from Philadelphia. They also said they were confident the nation wide plot against promi- nent men and government officials had been laid in that city. A blood stained conductor's, identification check was found in front of Pal- mer's residence early today showing the anarchist arrived in Washing- ion from Philadelphia at last night and went directly to the Palmer home. Evidence that the plot was care- he came up to her, so it is re- ported, he insists she stabbed him I phlet time has question's solution can be delayed porte e nsss se Sae [here. Her storv is different. Re- longer The class war is on gardless of where the cutting'took The pamphlet was signed "Anar- place. they walked up Broadway chistic Fi hteis together until they came to Tenth who Wei'e Attacked. street. Thompson then went to Dr. WASHINGTON. June Ross's office "where his wound was officials against whose lives discovered to be serious and prob- ably fatal. This is one of the first regular fights to occur in questionable cir- Oiiu of the highest honors evar cles of Ada for some time. Abboit, and Ford, won by an Ada been achiev- T. 0.' Cullln.. The cutting affray yesterday, were j class each by Mayor Kitch-, 1'niu States Naval WILL BE HEIJD AT ADA THTJKS- DAY, JUNE 12. PHOGRAM IS OUTUIXED. Song service led by Senior A. A. Cruz. Scripture Reading and Rev. W. M. Crutchflelfl. President's Message, "Making Sunday school Worth Pres. J. M. Gordon. President 0. H. Graham. Community Singing "Working In the Children's Di- Elementary Superin- tendent, Mrs. C. H. Community Singing. Getting Results in the Rural President W. W. Jones.. Community Singinpr. Sunday School State Secretary, C. H. Nichols. present sing- ing or -whistling. President W. C. Duncan. Big Basket Dinner. Afternoon Session. Song Service. Reading and ;ardee. Shall We Grade Our School. O. A. Duncan. Shall We Advertise Our Annapolis. A telegram telling of his !success was received by his parents 'this morning. 1 About one year ago Secretary i of ihe Navy Daniels delivered an to the students at An- inapolis. In the address he announc- i ed that for the ten men who made the best record in the institution i liis past year a trip would be given them around the world. T. O, tried for the honor and his many friends in Ada and elsewhere are rejoicing in his success. The trip will be made on the dreadnaught SKXATh (O.M.MIirKK RMORIS battleship J. A. Riddling. Vice Pres. Hugo Hughes. Cradle Roll Wallace Elizabeth Crutchfield, Miss Marvin Brydla. Wee Baby Carter Wallace Bradley. Natalie Manville. What Training Do Parents Need. President A. Floyd. W. Robertson. What Shall Be Our Program of Religious C. Mills, Supt. First Baptist Sunday School, Oklahoma City, Okla. Song. How to Better Plan Work With the' Younger J. A. Riddling. How the Sunday School Can Reach the Van Meter, of E. C. S.' N., Mrs. Heathman ot Roff. Adult Class Geo. W. Beck. Sunday School C. C. 'Morris. Orchestra. Closing Song. President Wal- ter Coyne. Bring your singers and Sunday) school workers, all the banners and display work from all the Sunday school communities. Come on Egypt Lovelady, Knox, .Jesse, Francis, Roff, Stonewall, Allen and all the others. We're Counting on IN FAVOR OF THE 'HNS HILL. It.v the Associated Tress 'WASHINGTON, June s. New York, the finest, battleship afloat, ill will boffin June 7th, the first stop being in South America. It will end about the first of Sep- tember, after which Mr. Culllns ll come home for a visit. T. 0. CuIIins, Jr., Is a gradu- WASHINGTON, June 3. The f' Centra] state senate Interstate commerce commit-j aad the honor he has won toe, by a unanimous vote today, or-i t credlt on this insti- dered favorably reported a bill by e b prepared for his Chairman Cummins, restoring at for Annapolis 'by Prof, once the rate making powers of tsrstate commerce com'tnisslon. The interstate commerce committee, also ordered a favorable report on the. Wll of sota providing for the immediate return' of the wire system, to their year. Jnstead o the n customary Cor Annapolis by Prof. who has also prepar- ed several other successful candi- dates, for the military school. By he rias done in the aca- P. O. will graduate owners. HELD III READII By( the" AuRocliitcd IR.EST. France, Jurie 3. The A1 u' George Washington on which Itawdent Wilson has three times crossed the Atlantic, has been or- to be ready to sail on twelve hours' notice any time mid- night, June' 5: Let a Want Ad get It lor you. four years required, and will end his labors there next June. Baltoy-West. Miss Lena EsteH West, daughter of Mr, and George V. West and Rev. Robert Luther Bailey of Yu- kon, Okla., were married this after- noon at the home of the bride, 719 West Seventh, at 3 o'clock. Rev. C, C. Morris of the First Baptist church officiated. A more de- tailed account of this social event will occur In a later issue. Miss'Edith Sampson made-a bus- iness trip to Francis' today between trains. main victim was reported to be doing very well this morning, and is expected to recover. The Normal is still the center of intense activity and the matricula- tion of students for the summer attempts were made last night and early today in the nation-wide bomb plot are: Washington. A. Mitchell Palmer, attorney general; Claude A. Swanson, U. S. senator from Virginia. In Boston: Justice Albert F. Hayden of Roxbury mu- nicipal court. In Cleveland: Mayor Harry L. Davis. In Pittsburgh: Fed- eral Judge William M. Thompson and W. S. Sibray. Chief Inspector of the Bureau of Immigration. In New York: Judge Charles C. Nott, court of gener.il sessions. In New- tonville. Mass.: Representative Le- land M. Powers, member of the sii-.te legislature. Police of Ohio Cities Busy. CLEVELAND, June po- lice of Cleveland, Columbus and other cities today are searching for two men who are believed to have term goes steadily forward. At 1 .bonrb late last night at o'clock this afternoon the figures.! home of Mayoi. Harry L. Davis, stood at SS6 and others still com-j wrecked ing. The estimate ot an enrollment j fl of bids fair to be realized in uul ''u a short time, making this the larg- est summer enrollment on record. Sweet Potato Plants. Xotice. It is requested that parents of Presbyterian church bring their Special prices on sweet potato children to the church tomorrow Ada Seed and Feed Co. Phone 697. 6-3-21. Let a Want Ad get it for you. afternoon at 5 o'clock for rehearsal of the Children's Day exercises to be given at the Sunday School hour Sunday morning. Petrograd Reported In Hands of AnthBolshevists 'engagements with the Bolshevist ESTHONIAA AND FINNISH driving it to Kronstadt, the M A VK I____. Let a Want Ad get It for you. RKPOKTEO TO HAVE TAKEX POSSESSION OF CITV. I port of Petrograd. By the Associated Pres; 'COPENHAGEN, June OTIS WEAVER SPENDS DAY WITH HIS ADA FRIENDS Otjs Weaver was down from Shawnee today shaking hands with COPENHAGEN, June "i -C, nian and FinnlBh troops have taken his Ada friends This was his first from the Bolshevlki, ac- visit here in eighteen months and to an unconfirmed telegram he noted many improvements .made _ this time. from Varroo received 'by the Na- tional Tidende. These and other troops have been moving on' the former Russian cap- ital for some time, and the cap- ture of the city has been reported on other occasions, but never con- firmed. A British fleet operating in the Baltic has had two or three Mr. Weaver has disposed of his daily paper at Shawnee and will publish a big semi-weekly which he expects to make the newsiest of the kind in Oklahoma. He will return to Ada next weeic. and devote some timo to his prop- erty interests here.   

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