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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Dorothy Phillips sta rof u TheRight to Happiness** plays a dual role, as Soma the Bolshevik girl, as Vivian the millionaires daughter ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 174 THE STRIKE-ITIS GERM HAS SPREAD TO ENGLAND PHYSICIANS HOLD CONFERENCE ABOUT HIS CONDITION. HIS DAUGHTERS RUSHING TO HIS BEDSIDE. WHITE SOX ON HOME GROUNDS BEAT MORANA REDS BY < ISI VE SC “ORK, MAKING THE SERIES 2 TO I. VfeCTiM IH-' DARK TOWN GUN BAT TLR LAYES SEVEN DAYS WITH A DOZEN HOLES SHOT THRU HIM. By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.—Railroad unions representing more than two million workers will not participate in the Industrial Conference called by President Wilson for next Monday unless the basis of labor representation is changed to include the chief executives of all international and national unions. Timothy Shear of the Brotherhood of Railway Firemen said today the change in representation had been suggested to Director General Hines, but that no reply had been received and none was expected. Because of this, he said, the four brotherhoods did not expect to go into the conference and it was thought the fourteen other railroad unions affiliated with the American Federation of Labor also would not participate. Oklahoman Still Tied Up. The Daily Oklahoman is still tied up with the strike of the printers, very much to the discomfiture of T. O. Culling, the local agent here. Mr. Cullins was in communication with the management this morning, however, and seems to be sure that the difficulty will be settled within the next forty-eight hours. Batteries: Chicago—Kerr and Schalk. Cincinnati—Fisher and 1-eque and Rariden. Score by innings: Chicago.........020 IOO OO*—3 Cincinnati.......OOO OOO OOO—0 Chicago- 3 runs. 6 hits, no errors. Cincinnati— 0 runs. 3 hits, I error. The negro Brady who was shot in a gun fight in Darktown on Thursday of last week died this morning about 4 o’clock.. It was known from the first that Brady was desperately wounded aud that he had a slim cnance of recovery, but he lived for seven days with about a dozen holes shot through his intestines. Paul Combs, the negro who shot Brady, went at once to the county jail aud gave himself up to the officers when he learned that Brady had died. Combs himself got an ugly shot in the right breast but was not seriously hurt. From all reports of the trouble, it would seem that Brady was to blame for the difficulty, he having gone to Combs’ house with a drawn gun. which he snapped at Combs several times before the latter got busy with his own pistol. “‘Black Bess.” the brunette casus belli, is about recovered from the bullet wound she received. ♦ WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. 2 ♦ ♦ P. M. (Ada Time)—President ♦ ♦ is much worse. Grave doubts * ♦ entertained of his recovery. ♦ By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Oct. 3—There was no improvement in President Wilson’s condition this morning and Rear Admiral Grayson, his physician, held another consultation with Rear Admiral Stitt of the Naval Medical School and Dr. Ruffin, Mrs. Wilson’s family physician, who participated in yesterday’s consultation with *Dr. F. X. Dercum of Philadelphia. The president slept some last night. With him is a trained nurse who is assisting Mrs. Wilson in caring for the patient. The president had no temperature and his heart action is good, it was said at the White House. Mrs. William G. McAdoo and Mrs. Frances Sayre, daughters of the president, are on their way to Washington. Mrs. McAdoo will arrive this afternoon from New York. Mrs. Sayre is coming from Williamston, Mass. Miss Margaret Wilson, the third daughter, is now in Washington. OAST * iK-gr* i Corpus Christi Open Letter From Vanoss Sailor Grateful to the Judge Bolen to Leave's to Take Salvation Army Ada Labor People Work in Drawing Dr. Dercum*s opinion. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3.—Dr. Francis X. Dercum of this city, a noted neurologist, who examined President Wilson as a consulting physician, said today the president’s condition is grave but that he is of a cheerful frame of mind. Aldrich Is There, The East Central State Normal boys will leave this afternoon for Tulsa where they will meet Heary Kendall’s college boys in a football game. Kendall won from O. B. U. last week by a big score and our boys are expecting to have a hard game. The line up has not been given out but seventeen men will be taken on the trip. Coach Newcomb says he is going to use all of the men in the game and the boys are hopeful of putting it over the Tulsa crowd. WHERE CHICAGO END OF WORLD SERIES WILL BE STAGED. SCENE OF WORM) SERIES GAMES AT CINCINNATI I
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