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Publication: Ada Evening News October 2, 1919

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma I** production destined to swoop tho country-its mine, its yours, its every bodys~“ The Right to Happiness” Liberty Monday and Tuesday fhe Ifoa Cbemng JMds MANY DEAD IN RACE WARS H/7V PHILLIPS COUNTYM NHEM FORCES WUU SECH Iii WU GAME OF SERES EBBS Of REED TH KICK WHITES MKN DKA I) ANH SHV KRAK W OUNDED. PLENTY OE NHQROE8 SENT TO ANOTHER WORLD. By the Asaociated Pi ELAINE. Ark.. Oct. 2. -Governor C. H. Brough and Lieut. Col. Isaac Jenks with a detachment of state JUMUHAL KVAM* RKPOKTS THAT %tOUAST8 »CAW« BOIS.TMK*' AlTgMUnmluo®,*. were UN upon by negro,. FORK or AMERICANS KEPT ITALY AND JUGO-SLAVLA FROM MIXING. SECOND FALL OUT OF dVICAOO PALE HOSE. THUGS WHO ATTACKED *08-H SOURI AN LAST NIGHT INB ^    <INVENTION HALL ■ about noon. Corporal Luther Earl, of Co. E. 4th Infantry, was shot thru the lower Jaw and will probably die. A few minutes later another posse No of-1 ^ by a preacher named Lilly, arrested Dr. D. E. Jackson, a negro drug dealer of Elaine, and his three brothers. They had gone but a short distance when Jackson took a revolver from Lilly’s pocket and shot O. J. Johnson, a real estate dealer, thru the body. The posse then turned their guns on Jackson and his three brothers, killing all three of them. BOLD BLACK ATTACKS WHITE W OMAN UNDER BRADOW OF I MACHINE GUN; 88_SUCH I ATTACKS RECENTLY. I ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR AND DEMOCRATIC RULERS ■ IN THE WORLD. GREAT I ADMIRER OF AMERICA hit ’eh mule I BOYS, HUE OFF OH, BOY! WE GET TO SEE A FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW. WATCH ’EM HIT THE LINE. ^      I    By th* Asnort*ted Pram ** WASHINGTON^Oct. 2 mien en * CINCINNATI, Ort I- With tho I*locally tkm by the American naval forces at Cincinnati Reds one game rn tie wilh    tQ    investigating    the    dis- Trau. Dalmatia, prevented bloodshed lead lhe WOrld*s series in which | turbance which resulted last night “which would perhaps have result- White So* are the other con-1 in preventing Senator James A Reed ed in a state of actual war between    ...    .    .    h    t    of Missouri from aellverlng an adit aly and Jugo-Slavia according to a tenders will b»    resum    dress in Convention Hall against the report from Admiral Knapp, com- day.    i    league of nations, mandiiig American forces in Euro- Statements from Manager Moran During the demonstration last pean waters, transmitted to the sen-    f .    .. . and tanager    Gleason night about a doien eggs were    __ ate today by Secretary Daniels.    u a    . ..    , .    . t ,h_ thrown at the senator and others on! The Americans landed. Admiral oi lhe *hlte Indicated that the j lh^ piatforii and one revolve* shot    V    ^ f f,    * Knapp continued at the request of winning of the first game had made j was fired in the hall by an unidenti- da> didder in the lower part the Italian admiral in command of the home team more confident, while fled person. Senator Reed*! coati ^ the Dalmatian coast and the    force, it .    .    -f_t n1 makilie lhe los-    and hat were splashed by the broken    *d    with all indicates pointing to wL withd-awn^immediately    after 11 had lhe eftoCI °f    A .    eggs. The egg throwing occurred in|*    nearly return to normal condite Serbian- arrived and' tookiers even mor*    determined    to    re-:    the absence of electric lights after    lions. following the    race    war    in -harce    I    **in llle ground lost. Manager Glea-fthe hall had been in darkness    for    which several battles were    fought The commander ut the Italian son indicated that he    would    use    fifteen minutes*, some one outside    at Hoop Spur, two miles    north    of ttrdrrsxi to trial bv    Pitcher    Claude    Williams,    his star shaving cut the wires with an ax.    Elaine    yesterday.    The    casualties    to courtmartial bv the Italian admir-1    left hander, in    today’s game. Man- Efforts today are being made to    date    so    Tar    a*    known    are    three aRt,r Moran announced that Silm identify the persons    who    threw    the,    white men dead and two    others _  ____________ ,    Sallee would be on the mound. eggs and the man    who    fired    the    wounded and an unknown number of “Sin* Smut"    I    Th* probable batting order is the | shot.    negroes dead and wounded. '4»«l*v*veniac at    is same as yesterday’s with    the excep-, Before he left for Tulsa. Okla..    After an all night vigil, the news there will be held a ’Sing Song”! lion of John Collins of    the White, shortly after midnight. Senator Reed    came this morning that United say.a| j..»j. ga- a u*-. -rvjsiss.t s&s: sa r&,‘wrwrs: SSfSr.CTJS.'i,~5:5SS “V    Ij-Kt'TsMvrSS s"" “ — —• Crosby. The entire even Lug Hill bt By th* Associated Pre** OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 2.—One negro suspect was under arrest today in connection with the attack on Mrs. E. G. Wisner yesterday afternoon. Military authorities refused to say where the negro was confined or the extent of the evidence against him. The attack was one of a series of thirty-eight similar attacks since June I, and occurred in a few blocks of army headquarters where a machine gun is mounted. News of the attack was withheld in the afternoon papers at the request of Major General Leonard Wood, who is actively in command of the situation here since Acting Mayor W. G. Urey gave up control of the city. The number of troops in the black belt was doubled immediately and six hundred soldiers are now on duty in that section. By the Associated Pre** NEW YORK, Oct. 2.--Albert I., King of the Belgians, the only newspaper reporter who ever became a monarch, is 44 years old, and is one of the most picturesque figures of the great war. His landing in America today is significant in the relations of the big republic and the little kingdom. The king took a post-graduate course in ’’newspaper” training in 1908 when, somewhat like Peter the Great, he visited the shipyards of France, Great Britain, Italy, Germany and Scandinavia, to learn everything possible regarding ocean carriers with the expectation at some    future time of putting Belgium    high in the class of maritime powers. Several years previously it is said, when merely the son oil _the    Count    of Flanders, a nephew of COTTON GINNED    TO    SEPT.    85    •    .iag    Leopold, he came to the Unit- 1.854,170 RALES    INCLUDING    ALL! ^ States and worked as a reporter on one or two newspapers in the I Hn4 Inning. i u I ca go J. Collins goes out to By the Associated Pre** WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.—Cotton ginned prior to Sept. 25 was 1.854,-.    170    running    bales, including 19,524 ira Proctor, wounded in yester-1 ^und bales and 2.228 bales of Ana state*.' given over to musical selection including solos, duets, etc., as well as chorus numbers by the entire con-* abort stop. E. Collins walked, \\eav-._____ gregation. This evening at    eight    the    er flies out to shortstop. E. Collins choir will meet for    rehearsal.    Ev-    noes out m ing to make second. No j    ll    C#/|r err member and all    who    will    join; hit*, no runs no errors    IJ UU I IPU Ii    OLUf invited to be present -Wallace M.I    Cincinnati—Both flew out to cen-) Crutchfield. Pastor.    ter field. Dauber! grounds out to ____________________short stop. Groh flew out to right j Tax Warrant* lamed    ’    field. No hits, no runs. no errors. lf you haven’t paid your 1918    Second    Inning, taxes and don't pay them pronto,.    Chicago—Jackson hits tor two you are courting some costs and j bases. Felsch sacrifices to the pitch-1    .__ infinite trouble. Tax warrants have^r. Jackson going to third base. keen issued to the sheriff of Porno- Candil grounds out to short stop. | by th* Auoeiatad Pm* «• 'vPo.;ied ?ome:|HcanVR7p«iaTth. census bureau of Great Lakes Is Discharged loc county and it will not be the'Jackson remains on third. Rosburg special duty of the sheriff and his flies out to right field. One hit. no deputies to run down delinquents runs. no errors, and collect taxes due and unpaid. It'    Cincinnati—Rouseh walks. lhin- what improved this miming. James announced today. A. Pattan, wounded ear., yesterday, d.ed yesterday afternoon. t Tin number of negroes dead and wounded from yesterday’s figbH*g has not been ascertained, but according to one member of the posse I from Helena who arrived here late i yesterday “there are plenty of j them.” O. S. Bratton, a white man, held I on a charge of murder in connec- j    - I Hon with the killing of special of-j fleer Adkins Tuesday night, is said By tb* Annodated Pm* Ensign WU-; by the authorities to have been one CHICAGO. Ort. 2 lam L. Day. wearer of the gold foot-1 of the instigators of the trouble and ball that shows he was a member * was brought to Helena in chains of the championship eleven of the last night. Bratton and nineteen ne- northwest. Succeeding to the crown on December 23, 1909, Albert I., endeared himself to the 7,600,000 people of his little kingdom. The abuses of the Congo, which had brought Leopold the condemnation of the civ-j ilized world, were abolished and I the King and his beautiful consort I faced the prospect of a long and j happy reign in a country where "tramps, idlers and soup houses are j unknown.” • jpy •.    »    £9 a * j Then came the war. The King of lfJ UniteU &tQtCS lhe Belgians might have yielded I and escaped much of the hardship --------j and suffering that was the lot of himself and his people for mote ^    Ilhan four years. Heeding not the MADISON,    Wis.    Oct.    2.- After    & j specious promises of the Germans month of    travel    to acquaint himself ; to pay j}ejgium huge sums for the Philippines Send Governor to Study Gandil. Koph flies out to center field. So tit*, no runs, no errors. Third Inning. Chicago- Sehalk flies out to center field. Williams singles to left field. J. Collins flies out to left field. Williams remaining on first. E. Collins hits to first base and is this season, has been grants! his: and it is understood they will be will save much trouble and eonsid-1 can flies out to second base. Rousch I Great Lakes Naval Training Station groes. some of them women, ar-erabic inonev if those who are de-; still on first base. Rousch caught off I last season, and who has counted rested in connection with the race Sinuuent will see the *heriff and first base and put out. Collins to’upon to help coach the sailor team riot, are held under strong guard pay for an overdue receipt. White Oak Trees Planted as Honor to American Dead privilege of crossing her soil to attack France, the gallant king rallied his army of 350,000 men and placed himself at their head to fight the invader. When the German armies violated at Vise the neutrality of .    .    ,    ,    ,      the    little    nation    they were pledged D»y WM the atar fullback of the|llp» Circuit Court, which convene*! 'J* n“ SK^*“ ,h7“a™e rim":" protect, they l-ntveraity of Nebraska .eau. before; in two we€k#.    ;    **» when the latter wa, got    resi3la with the United States, Senor Agus-tin L. Alvarez, governor of Zamboanga, Philippine Islands, has enrolled as a student at the University of Wisconsin. Senor Alvarez, who is 28 years old. is* said to be the The Ada High school football team will make its first appearance in public for the present season when it meets the team from Coalgate High tomorrow afternoon. The game will be played on the High school ground instead of on the Normal ground as first announced. This will make it more convenient for rooters to go out and enjoy the sport of the season. Coach Charlie Rayburn has a good bunch of husky players for his eleven this season, and he has hammered hem into /air shape for the    J    morrow.    With    one    or    two games for experience, they wul ie in condition to meet some of the strongest teams of the state. The boys scrimmaged Coach Newcomb’s Pedagogs Wednesday afternoon and held the teachers to thirty points. In view of the fact that the Normal has a number of heavy weights, this makes a creditable showing for the high school lads. Just who will be in the line-up for the locals is more or leas problematical yet. It is generally thought, however, Crawford will start at center. McKeewn will he right guard; Mooney, right tackle; M. Derrick, right end; Kerr, left guard; McKendree, left tackle; Oliver, left end; Mallory, quarterback; T. Derrick, right halfback; Cunning, fullback; and Orr, left halfback. There may be some deviation from this line-up, but Coach Rayburn is almost certain to start with this bunch. He has plenty of material to use, however. Krieger is playing a great center. Burk is doing good work at guard. Case and Fantom are running Mallory a hard race for quarterback, and rooters would not be surprised to see either at that position at least part of the game. Neely and Headers are good utility men in the hack field and either can be depended upon in any emergency. dlwhartte fro.,, .he service. Mr.|tried at ‘tho ne* term of .he    EZTtZJ*    Pe“    .    .    h    h    , .      met    wjtll    ^    mogt hi. <an I tat mon* in th** naw and ar I ~ . thai w .    j    ernor general of the islands. The!8luODOra resistance from the valiant his enlistment in the nai> and. ac j A special train bearing women, governor has been sent to America1 bu* numerically inferior Belgians at ZMIT ,o° return " ^halvers,'«; I ‘"d    ,ronl    S'*"*    «"d    "““I    5™^^.    ^tuSy .nslu“l the fem of Liege and Namur na a student wher* he is tweeted poinl8 lu the trouble zone 1 ,v®d lions and conditions, and chose Wis-; During the great conflict King Al-nw.vn „ to.nr r»f etroneth to th^irl*” *,*‘,ena last aiffht. One train con8|n University as more represen- j belt spared himself none of the rig- I^Tar a*‘?even0f ^n "^^Great i b< arlnK refu**** was fired upon by I tative of American, life than the uni-1 ors of the soldiers. Often he ex-Cincinnati—Neale    strikes * out.|“«      *__;    ‘    1    *    A“*    *“    *1    “““    '    “    *    '    *    ^ . *‘r“i7 "^fe,«‘Um,Srpiayo5>W.w aa’irell j    b“‘ n# 0,M‘    "r    °r    ,h«    Ka8t    or    W«" I? shor. .top No hltT no j “    *'    |    IW«da HELENA, Ark., Oct. 2.—It devel-,! runs, no errors. Fourth Inning Chicago—Weaver single* through j short stop. Jackson singles. Weaver cornu! APPOINTED DISTRICT JUBIE up the Amido*ted Pm* BALTIMORE, Md.. Bapt. J0-Forty -eight    white    oak    tree*,    one ^ (Uinl’and! t    ~ •• —rind War    Mothers    of    America    during    •“*    M°flelder'«I    _ .heir second annual convention Oct.    rt    ; 7    8,    and    9    The    grove    will    be    in    choic* and steals sec .    By N*w.' Special Senrio* the shape of a star, the trees be- R»*berg    out    T*°    ’    HOLDENVILLE.    Okla., Oct. 2.— ing thirty to forty feet apart. A “°    R h* **lk« Daubert The vacancy caused by the resigna- representative from each state    ^ anS out aTfirt^hon of District Judge George C. asLst in the    planting.    £tTou wTond Oroh wX Crump was filled    today when Gov- The idea for the living mem “J®    sincles Roth scoring and Iernor Robertson appointed Judge orial was originated by    Mrs. Robert    KOing    to third. Rousch was •J0**0 L- Uoffuian    in Crump’* *tead. Carlton Morris of Toledo. O.. firstI, „uttTZlu/lo 8U.a, Duncan walks. I *“dge Coffman is now serving his president of    the War    Mothers    of    triples,    scoring Groh and    Dun-jJJ00®^ term as    wunt> judge of America and    she will    conduct    the *°*r N^u.    groUndft out to    lhird) Hughes county, and his promotion envMKonies a,.ending .he planting. Ibaw. 2 hltt. 3 Tuns. no errors. ! Ju“gc Co»mM ame to Holden- Ville from Tennessee ten years ago. He enjoys the distinction of having ; oped today that the race troubles {iii the southern part of this county I were due largely to propaganda spread among ignorant negroes by | designing white men and a negro i said to reside at Winchester in I Drew county. Negroes were told that | the government was to buy cotton and they* must demand their share, j Social equality was also said to be part of the propaganda. NEGROES ARRESTED --------------- Fifth Inning. Rati flee Peace Treaty.    |    schalk    flies out to center field. PARIS, Oct. 2.— The French Wiliams ground* out to shortstop. Chamber of Deputies today ratified j Collins grounds out to shortstop, the German peace treaty by a vote ^;0 runs, no bit*, no errors. of 372 to 53. made three consecutive races for the nomination for county judge and pos'Mi himself to shell fire and avia tots’ bombs burst about him. Once a German shell tore off the wheel of the automobile in which he was riding. At another time a chauffeur who had been promised $200,-000 to deliver the king to the enemy was shot dead as he endeavored to drive the royal car into the German lines.' Hardly a day passed that he was not in Jeopardy of his Playing the middleman and fiscal an<* futile efforts were made by . u    .    .    ..^    ...    ta.    his ministers to induce him not to agent for a subsidiary grocery didn’t expoge him8elf. prove a very safe and profitable em-! “My' skin is of no more value than ploy men t for (Clarence Newton, the j yours/’ he told his heartsick sol-colored factotum at the Stanfield j tilers on their retreat from Ant-Grocery, as he discovered yesterday, *erp;, ^ place is on the firing October the once. Highlaws from the.1*06-”    .    ^    „ courthouse confiscated Clarence and! Although his mother was a Hoh-conveyed him to durance vile as the I enzollem princess and his wife a middleman in a felonious proceeding Bavarian princess, and although in and took In tow' the end man in the’his youth he had been educated in scheme of high finance a la African. I Germany, he maintained an inde- Texas Highway To Be Built of Epsom Salts It seems that one Bill Chance operates a store in Darktown, while Newton has been handy man at pendenee of character that irritated the former emperor of Germany. The latter, among other honors be- Cfnclnnati—Rariden singles to left!    thjJJ    mfor field. Sallee flies out to center field.! [®urth r^e’, Word was received yesterday Rariden stays on first. Rath hits to hi8    second ie    in    out oppos    lo . evening by Mrs. A. A. Poe stating shortstop. Collins fumbles, Rariden! that her brother-in-law. John W. going to second and Hath safe on    High    NcJick>1    Notes. Clark who is superintendent of tho first. Daubert flies out to second I Tile High School Cadet band held Wilburton mines at Wilburton, Okla.,[base. Groh files out to center field.; its first practice October let as fol-had received a very serious and in One hit. one error, no run.    [lows: all probability a fatal blow on hist    Sixth    Inning.    Clarinet—Cadet    Band. w w    *    a    *    •*    *    -    ^    ■*—     *-    -•—*    Cornets—Cadets    Steed, Coffman, Fleet, Simpson. Hunter, Hawkins. Alto*—Cadets Jones. Menders, Gatlin. Trombones- ^Cadets Cummings and Riddle. Baritone—Cadet Manville. Bass- -Cadet Tunnel!. Drump—Cadette Carr and Slatier. Director—«Mr. George Fen tem. Sergeant—Erie Fen tem. The band plans to give IU first DR. DHIU’I'M OF PHILADELPHIA CALLED IN TO RELIEVE DR. GRAYSON. CONDI-' THIN NOT ALARMING. tho Stanfield eats emporium. A deep; fore the war, conferred upon Albert laid scheme of operation was evolved I., the title of honorary colonel of  resulting in a crushed skull. E. Collins lines through short. He wa* taken immediately to a Mc- Weaver doubles to left field, Collins Alester hospital for attention. Mrs. going to third base. Weaver takes Poe left last night to be with Mr. second. Jackson struck out. Sallee Clark. However, his recovery' in not balks. Felsch flies out to center field, to br hoped for.    I    Rousch making a one-handed catch.  _____ (Wires    were crossed here and the Ira Row who for some time past side went out without details being has been associated with the Ada given.) I hits, no runs, no errors. Music Compony of this city, which    Cincinnati—Rousch walks. Duncan ha* Taken over the Edison Phono- buts to pitcher and is out at first, graph Shop, will leave Saturday for Rousch going to second. Kopf files Chandler, Okla., where he will take out to center field. Neale singles. | concert    in    about    six    weeks.    Most    of charge of an Edison Phonograph scoring Rousch. Neale goes out try-j tho    members    have    had    some    band Shop at that place.    *    (Continued    on    .Page    5.)    ’experience By th* Associated Pre** WASHINGTON. Oct. 2.- Despite the thoroughly good night’s rest, President Wilson was not so well this morning and Rear Admiral Grayson, his personal physician, has ceiled in consultation Dr. F. Der-cum, a neurologist, of Philadelphia* The presiders condition is not considered alarming, it was explained ut the White House, and the decision to call in Dr. Dercum was made as 8 precautionary measure and to relieve the pressuure on Dr. Grayson who has been with the President almost continually since he wm Ts>kM ll a week ai:o. by the two colored men in this, to-wit: That Newton would slip and did slip various and sundry groceries down the alley to the store of Chance, where the aforesaid grocer- the Mecklenburg regiment an act which the Belgian press construed as an effort of the German ruler to gain an .nfluence over the young ies were offered for Bale awd 80*(J Aa indication of Albert’s spirit °o Mh.°8erru ° hungered for the staff jcame when Belgium was invaded. In wasyry    vs* Wy the Associated Press AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. 2.—A road of Epsom salts is an attraction Texas can soon hold out to tourists, according to the state highway department. Ten miles of highway out of Rockport is being surfaced with a material which analyzes more than one-fourth Epsom salts. The material is obtained from flats where constant evaporation of gulf water has left silt strongly impregnated with salts, among which the Epsom variety predominates. Highway engineers declare the mixture forms an excellent road surfacing material, as the salts absorb enough moisture from the air to keep the roads damp, free from dust and firm on the driest days. One trouble, however, is that the road becomes very slippery during wet weather, but this is overcome by adding a small portion of shell and regulating the slope of the sur--face. not In on the flyer accidentally or out the slightest provocation, has otherwise trot in and before the col-’torn u* a treaty bearin« signa- ored operators had time or oppor-!t,Jre an<J jjf8 vialate<1 tbe terrfit03 tilnity to arrange an alibi, they were f* tethers because we refused in the tolls of the law and the walls! forfeit our honor, It has attack-of the county jail    ed us. Seeing its independence Their preliminary has rot vet b.en! threatened, the nation trembled-and set.    its children sprang to the frontier, --   i    valiant    soldiers    in    a    sacred    cause. Bring youi clean cotton rags to I have confidence in your tenacious rhe Ads News office. We will pay’courage. I greet you In the name roo Sc a pound    (Continued    on    Face    Eight.) Funeral Services of H. C. Russell The body of H. C. Russell, who died at his home in Altus, Okla., Tuesday, were shipped thru here today n route to Roff where the fun".ai services were held this afternoon at the First Baptist Church at 2:30 o clock. Rev. H. H. Burton of Fayetteville, Ark., officiating. The body was accompanied by Mrs. H. C. Russell, wife of the deceased, and three sons, W. F. Russell and family. Roy Russell and elands Russell, and one daughter, Miss Lottie Russell. Interment was made In the East Hill Cemetery at Roff this afternoon. The newest all the time at Pel ter’s Fashion Shop.    9-80-5*. ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: October 2, 1919

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