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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             She Led a Mob to Smash Her Father's House- Dorothy Phillips in "The Right to Today gfoa Cbening Jletos; BIG RETURNS ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919 MURK UAMK IS ALL THK riNClXXATlANS XBKI) TO TAK.K TITO WO1UJVS Robertson and Hanson Score Bolshevism In Two Muskogee Speeches Ole Hanson, (he famous anti- Bolshevlk ox-mayor of the city of Seattle, and Governor J. 15. A. Hob- ertson, before largo au- diences at the Muskogee State Fair lasi Friday, gave the people of this stale :m insight into the radical conditions prevailing in the state that they have probably never had before. They are said by the press to be Die boldest replies to the Bolshevik element of the state ever made. A dispatch from Muskogee un- der date of yesterday, special to the News, says; Governor J. B. A. Robertson of Oklahoma, and Ole Hanson, the famous Seattle Nemesis of Bol- shovism. occupied the stage in Muskogen yesterday, each making stirring addresses before the Ro- tary Club at noon, at the Okla- homa Free State Fair grounds in the afternoon. before the Club at night. J Both the governor and Mr. Han- j Chicago--- son made- stirring American ad- Liebold, rf. drosses. Governor Robertson, in one talk, said he hud encountered I. W.'ism even in the halls of courthouses and the statehouse. He accused business men and (he citizenry generally in some Okla- homa ci'.ivs including Muskogee laekins the nerve to deal with emersjencirs. Along the same lino, Mr. Hanson declared that Outlawry and anarchy, I.W.'W.rsni ;ind boisUevism. should be dealt with iiiercile.-sly stamped, out with machine mins and if it became necessary "lo k'-H 1.000" men or men" m do it. ViojiOMiim Mieli .1 Mep Cist time, r.ovevnoi Robertson suid iu his niiilK address befoVo Ihe Aero that 'he ptonress of the titiH's iloinanded thM the Oklahoma .-onsilaition be rewrit- ten. He the docnnH'ni upon which the law of the stale is bused is so and obsolete that a new mie is needed ,o as- sure the advance of the state. Selective immigration was sug- gested by Mr Hanson as the prop- er and only available solution for unres" and nervousness of the day in America. Bolshevism and anarchy are in the saddle in the Umtixl now, he said, to a -degte.1- not even suspected by the average citizen. Preponderance of foreign-born and loreiKn-thinkini; en who should not oven THE SPIRIT OF AMERICAN LIBERTY WELCOMES KING ALBERT by innings: Chicago .'______ 000 000 Cincinnati 000 004 -No runs. 3 hits, 3 er- rors. Cincinnati--Five runs. 4 hits, no errors. LINEUP Rath, 2b. Daubert. Ib. Groh, Rousch. cf. Duncan, If. Kopf. ss. rr. Rnriden. c. Miller, p. E. Collins. 2 Weaver. 3b. Jackson, If. Kelsch, cf. Gandil, Ib. Risberg, ss. Schalk. c. Williams, n. Batteries; Chicago, and Seiialk; (.'iccinnsti, tiller and Rari- den. Ptrvt liming. walks. Daubert! lo Williams, who throws, .''Vvol, 'flies out to! Kimscli aits a anil i- thrown out So hits, no no Lii-bold i" -i.en a freej to'first on ii-ur E. Col-j ii'nV '-round" out to shortstop, bold '.u.ing H- second. Weaver hits) p-i-it the pl'.cher for a single. -o'n- to laird. Jackson flies out- third base. FelSCh Hies out to field. Or...- ait, no runs, no errors. St-ctnid Inning. strikes out. Kop: Hies out to catcher. Scale strikes out. So hits, no runs, no rhicairo Gandil strikes out. Ris- rikes out. Schalk strikes out. c no runs. Third Inning THREE CENTS THE COPY Alaskan Wealth Sufficient To Settle the War Debt of The Nation It Is Believed UKIDSTKltS FBOM ADA HARD BUT ABB UNABLE TO CHECK KENDALL COL- LEGE'S ATTACK. Special to the News: By News' Special Service WASHINGTON, Oct. can pay the nation's war debt." That's the new slogan of Uncle Sam's lasr pioneer country to the 'north. Not only can Alaska pay the na- tion's debt, but its people are anx- ious to do so. All they need to do it is more men and some of the government's money invested in development of I natural resources. Untold wealth in raw gold, sil- ver, copper and other minerals, lies buried in the mountains of Alaska, where few men have ever set foot. If properly developed, that wealth, dug from the bowels of the earth, will, if the income tax collector i rv 111, ii nit jjiv-wiiJ-- Okla Oct. does his duty, pay the nation's debr in a sea of mud and water, and with the rain descending in torrents, Kendall college gridsters defeated the East Central normal eleven here yesterday 60 to 0. Despite difficulty in handling the ball and the slippery field, the same was featured by sev- eral spectacular forward passes and numerous brilliant broken field runs. As was expected East Central fur- nished formidable opposition to the Kendall players and never let up in I their efforts to hold their heavier ]and raster opponents. However, the [visitors were unable to gain OD Ken- jria.ll, malting first down but once, that due to a pass, while even with I ths entire Kendall sciuad used, in- cluding the youngest substitutes, the r.ormalites were unable to hold the offensive attack of the locals, It was the final Kendall game be- ton. In full. During the war Alaska's produc- tivity almost reached a standstill. Now, however, the oyes of the gov- ernment are again being turned on this comparatively virgin and the eyes of the people of Alas- ka are being turned on Washing- n. Here's Alaska can pay the war debt of the United States: It has an area of square miles, extending from the 54th de- gree of north latitude to the 75th degree. If those figures don't moan much to you these will: Alaska's area is greater than twenty of the 4S states of the union put together! Its taxable wealth today is less than that of the smallest state of ,he. its potential wealth IK far greater than that of the 20 fore Oklahoma S'eVE conSt'-pe, off the It, the ends or tore through the line for which" took nearly all thf> men from errors. Luxury Demand In This Country Has Not Abated hits to first and is out EHer flies out to ii- v" 111 IT] i .-iiv n ii v. be allowed to set foot in America 'center field. Rath flies out to first .._ contributing foi ili..- condition, he believes. should immediately re- iniMiisration laws, he Both Governor Robertson and Mr. Hanson gave unstinted praise for the Oklahoma Free Siatt- Fair they VJSHK! in the after- noon. There are sonif quotations from the spePi-hes that sounded the toscin base. No hits, no runs, no r-roi -i. Chicago strikes out. l.t-ibold strikes r; or-. neld. Collins CHICAGO. Oct. Public dt maud for luxuries continue unabat- WUJj HK HKHK OX ed. according to the September re- port from the Federal Reserve Bank TV nKTAir And day !iSht saving must have rWOnartcr .originated in Alaska, for there they East Centrlf woaVe toss and have 22 hours of daylight in sum- Cnnnnt to defend the north goal. A time- HVIIIUI I breeze was blowinE froin the Episcopalians Who Are Divorced north, which in a few minutes 1.1 Hit To show how easily Alaska can -upport a population of many mil- of Chicago on business conditions in the Seventh District. In the Ian-: of the statement, luxuries' STKAD OF CUT 0. .MISTAKK n-IUtKI) ACCOUNT OK DATK.S. hits no runs, no; "are being gobbled up faster than- Inning. they cun be produced. people will have jewelry ith DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 6.- had booted 30 yards. Vernon section of European Russia Clergvmeii of the Episcopal church I 30. Hall returned TO and Alaska, but will bo prohibited from officiating at Grove kicked goal. Roach population of In- ihe marriage of any person who has! 40. hprmger in this section are the cities divorced, if the general con- Phmges and Archangel, as well vemion of the denomination to open C.ioxeto C f al, lhe larpest of Russia. (H.t. s. adopts the report of a Koal. 3o- j A1I of Sweden lies in practically On account of a iiiixup in dates joint commission of bishops, over j'ones kicked goal.! the same latitude as e AlttH.usf roritiil advertised for and _ laymen. _ hits a of patriotism in such terms as to Duncan fli left field. veiiiiiK lisis beon delayed until "i. The great tenor will be -s partly because it is impossible to ob-j on that Male, without fail, Rousch I materials and deficient llloor-, to an announcement' by fies out toil'rices would go higher bm for p f .v L of the policy of one dominant tacior. staled join, commsson got and laymen. kicked 30- Beliieu returned; Jn that counm v, nedi. 1 with a tota rye and .getables of i thus: lorinlly on the ernor, the Muskogee crat says: of the pov- Tiriies-nemo- school. While the many music the city will be ilisap- church between whom has a husband or wife still living, who has been di- vorced for any o.-uisc arising after. strikes No hits, no runs, no errors., Fifth Inning. tion to -capitulizo1 pre.sen, prices and; -HP business -Men a jolt Fridav when lorcing AOPI oui Z tion to 'capitalize- pre.seni prices ami; he told th'em that in the' recent'den flies out to center field. One; COBduions notwithstanding ihe fact, stnk-f disturbances here they had hit. no runs, no errors. itlmt they are due primarily in lhe been more or less guilty of encour- Chicago Gandil hits to second is jndicaied. il says, violation of law" by pulling'and is thrown out at first. Ris- by tue land movement where pros-; "F-iir lo Tnlon Labor" cards in their berg grounds out to third base. -owners of land, seeking to cap-1 windows The governor drew a clear. Schalk singles to left field. Wil-1 itnl-i7.e present prices of farm pro- distinction betwetn support of or- strike pout. One hit, no runs. ducts, are exacting higher rental; giinized labor in securing its just no (.rrors. and Imlding for higher acreage pric- cunnni-t nf lawless- Srfvtli Innlnp. ft; nnd bv the aDDeal of (he Illinois Vet Alaska in 1900 had only 12 poses a new Canon which reads: Youn over not, improved farms, with J. shall be solemnized Kendan offside penalized age of 159. In l.nu i this church between f ,5, to d, hajd intercepted pass. increased, but there are in.........----- T, letui miles and miles of fertile soil ierican artis, ihey wm VoSi! HAILWAV .---4SBD No knowinglv, after Hopping 15. Hopping 40 and: SCTTLED; LKADBRS PLEASED duo'enquirv. shall solemnize the lover, drove kicked goal.-Score, 48-0-. marriage of any person Who has; Qc( "6_Leaders of tbe for _downs. Jcrnon National_ Men. do not want to s costs go on nny longer.' ioo'iiled over rot melting an oppor- marriage." 'la. Clrovo 75 and over Grove. Since The demand for silks, the ivpori minority report, signed by the kicked goal., Veruon kicked 40' says, "is characterized as v.Mrava-1 lumty ot hfiir.i-.g t.i.s 1'arks. rector of St. Springer returned 20. Pass 20 ganl.-" ierican artist tonight. Ihey will be, church. New York.'to Springer. Young 15. Jolly 201 waning hand Evidence is seen in the Middle i pleased to know that he will be' ,.n.u vcrnnn, of "a rather marked disposi-1 here later in the season. MICKIE SAYS rights and in support of lawless- new and rioting. lUso created .s, and by the appeal of (he Illinois j Agricultural Association and the In vcrrca t" fu' DCKV. ttkVCK VtVO UHC OV new and rioting. lUso created. Cincinnati Eller hits to center Agricultural Association and the m- a sensation when he made the state-. fOr two bases and goes tolditiua Federation of Farmers to vtck and rain until n when he made the state-. fOr two bases and goes toditiua Federation o armers o all 1. W. are not found thlrd when pelBch throws wide to hold their livestock and grain until e laboring men, but are third barman. Rath singles to a "sane market has re-established court houses ts itself." If the latter movement bo- ment that all 1. aniong th. also found in county court houses and In thi- statehmise itself. For the governor to 'he plain statement that there is an I. W. W. holding office In this state is start- ling, to say Ihe least. But the erndr was not mincing voids and ap-, parently would have been willing call the official by name if requested.' The point (lie governor drove- home was thn.1 the time has come! when men must stand for the staunch observance of law under all; and that cowardice la; business must be overcome to the-ex-j tent that men in business must nOtJDy ;Hc Daubert bunts out at first, comes widespread, it is declared, it scoring Eller o third and is thrown uut, coing to second. Groh walks, would 'In a measure defoat efforts (Continued on Page 5.-) I to readjust living prices 10 -a Tower _______________ I level. I Efforts to use the cost of living las a lever to obtain high wages and '.short hours, "thus curtailing pro- iductlon and tending to perpetuate 'the existing high flving are said to make for unrest, and manu- facturers "report an ivttii.mle among 'wage earners not 'to fall yft6 'when they have plenty of I their pockets." Hut business In the district is WASHINGTON, Oct. be afraid lo "land oui in the open sotiiuieu A (..i.t.-.n iv morning near jtu'iuiiai la done the Immediate future will! physician, hold another brinir u condition in which life with Rear Admiral "The demand for the test quail con3uUatlon wlth Kear Admiral bring property will not be safe, there be no respect for the law and its enforcement, in fact that we. are just now on the dividing line be- tween law and anarchy, and unlest, men have courage to stand by their convictions Ihe result in uncertain. of Navy Medical School sterling lluftin of this city, 'Training Cluss. Tho Training Class will Christian church this The lesson will ;'be on Tesutmelvt Geography, ties of merchandise :ifi Insistent nnd, regardless of newspaper headlines, the people, 'appear to "have money In pocket to pay for -wlialeve.r they fancy." "Notice. person then 1 whom he or she has been 10m he or she has oeen Springer so Kick- 20" convention of 1S1C was adopt-1 kTndaU ed by, a majority of the clerical. p 15. Score. 54-0. votes in the House of Deputies but i Quarter Kendall held for downs. Grovei who directed the strike which was settled yesterday, declare their sat- isfaction with the arrangement in messages to the Herald, the organ of Union Labor. C. T. Cramp, president of the was defeated by a narrow margin. Kemijll, held for downs. Grove i jo ,d: "While we did not ob- of lay voles. The House of B.sh- punted Normal held for downs. i t h formula which was set ops did not reach a vote on the Vernon punted 30. Hall returned 15. 1 jn ,he resoiution, we mailer. nf'Ha11 15' Pass 30 Grove to obtained terms equally good which Under the present Canon law of, Grove wen, 12 and over. Ball ner e rove wen the church the innocent party to a ,ouched gl.ound on attempted divorce may be marrtcd by an Epis-, (Continued on Pate Eight.) copal clergyman if the b.shop afte LI Ihen no clergyman Is compelled to 119 A F M 1 a review of Old Testament regular Every member IB re- this ovenlnK.-MJleS-C. quested to be present. Visitors are meet W. M. The 20th Century Housewives League will meet 'at the home of Mrs. 'L. T. "Walters Tuesday after- noon at 3iOO President. give the railway men the o thing in effect. Our men have -the back of the first attack made upon the entire working class and no doubt will save the graded standard of life." and the guilty, absolutely prohibit-j ______ ing Episcopal clergymen from sol-' emnl7.Ing the marriage of divorced j By SpcciKl persons. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 6.- Pive WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and somewhat cold- er. Frost in the northwest portion of the slave, Tuesday fair. 'hundred physicians are expected MFIjK OK HUMAN [o attend the convention of the We said a word ti few days ago. yed5Cal Association of the Southwest concerning a minister working ln 1 which convenes at the HucKins Ho- this district on starvation wages. at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon The Men's Bible Class bought him aifor a three deys' session. Represen- sult overcoRt, shoes, hat, etc.. rrOm Kansas, Missouri, Ar- morning. These noble men bought i hllnsas and Texas are to attend, as ROATS hl-m seventy or eighty dollars worth well as Oklahoma physicians. ON SHIPPING BOARD BOATS of wearing apparel. Now he has a Several clinics are to be held at bnv 13 or 14 who needs a suit mid the various hospitals Tuesday and shirts hat and shoes. Leave any-1 Wednesday, Special arrangements By Press MEXICO CITY, Oct. persons are known to have been killed in the derailment of a train running from Laredo to Mexico City today. It is belied the death list will reach seven-ty-nve or more. All the dead were among the second class passengers on the train, a an s. vou care to contribute in I are being made by a committee of ...A.' C! 
                            

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