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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             "Hearts of The World" is more than a Master-Piece. It is this human auality that makes it as big as Mankind.-LibeftyTheatre WTHIS DISTRICT Cbentng VOLUME XVll NUMBER 212 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY A RUSSIAN BOLSHEVICTORY EARLY THIS; THAT BOTH SIDES "SVOI'LD HE READY KOR TRIAL TODAY. OXt: 1X1 STREET CAR STRIKE, THK PEOPLE TAKE THE PRESENT ONE CALMLY By tho Associnuxl j, 0.. Nov. 11 cit- LYNPON Kan. Nov. are not taking the traction sys- The" trial' of Rufus King. te-m tie-up very seriously. In fact 4> charged with murder In con- they are Quite accustomed to going nection with the mysterious without street cars. disappearance of three men uf When Henry L. Dogherty. of New Maple Hill, Kansas, several York, abducted his street cars and years ago, was set for today canted them over the boundary line in the district court here, and illto Michigan after midnight on attorneys for both sides wore November S it was the third time in expected to announce their (jlall four years that Mr. Dogh- readiness to proceed with the taken his cars away. case. in April 19IB the New York I traction magnate, without warning to ciiy officials or public, sent the cars into the barns when the car men who had organized a union ap- Kini: was arrested in Pueblo. Colo., several months ago. fol- lowing the discovery of a skeleton on the premises for- merly occupied by him af Maple Hill. Further examiua- tion led to the finding of ad- ditional bones and the subse- quent finding; of two more murder charges against him. murcier cnarges nu... -f It is expected that King will the award made b> A-eariny the union button. Toledo that time went thirteen days without street cars. On the night of June last, the car men after receiving word of the war labor board, which gave them the right to wear the buttons, came out again first face trial for the alleged killini; of John Woody, son bf a farmer living near Maple decorated with the, emblem ot tlio Hill. Reuben Gutshell and union. William S. Ringer were the Again without warning Mr. DOglv other men King is charged erty ordered the cars Into the barns. with having killed. were off five hours that time. 4. company in the meantime being -t- advised that tho war labor board's 'Word was law. j And fhis time their is no indica-] tion when they will return. They j were withdrawn when the Toledo: Railways Light Co.. received of- ficial notification that tho people had approved an ouster ordinance at :he election on November 4. The company and city arc deadlocked ov- er settlement and the city is gei- tini; along with an improvised motor car system with fares ranging from ten to twenty cents. The traction fi-ht here dates back over many years. Briefly ihe his- Rv Social ;x'rvicc LYNDON. Kan.. Nov. 17.---When the trial of Kut'us King, charged with murder in connection with the finding of three skeletons on or near premises he formerly occupied at Maple Hill. Kan., is called up in the Osage county district court here today, it is expected that botn sides will announce ready. The case is to be given preference according to attorneys and court officials. King is charged with murder on Agitation for now .ran- ihe three ske.etons uneanhed aboufch.se and cheaper fare begu Kings livery barn and home at l.ui- II.UIK u. Maple Hill. Wabannsee county, is al-. manager; revival ot franchise di.s-. leced to be that of Woody. A change1 cussion. of venue was asked by King's at-, January 1914- Last ot franchises tornevs, who declared could expired. not receive a fair trial in Wabaunsee; March 1P14- -Schroiber three cent county because of excitement over! fare ordinance becomes effective, the finding of the three skeletons.! August. ll'M Voters approve. This was granted and the case was; municipal ownership, transferred to the Osage county; September. 1914 --1-V leral injnnc- court. 'tion brings straight five cent fare. Evidence to be introduced by thej November. Dotsou tran- slate will be similar to that pre-. chise ordinance defeated at election. NORMAL AND HIGHSCHOOL WILL CLASH IN MIGHTY STRUGGIjK. WTLLARD AXD IRVING TOO Tuesday is FOOTBALL DAY in i Ada. The person who fails to see 1 the sport will regret it till the last j day -of life, according to those in charge of the sport. The admission NEITHER, TEXAS NOK OKLAHO- MA IS ENTITLED TO DIS- I'l'TED RED lUVER LANDS IN HIS BELIEF. fee is put down to a measly two bits, in order that every man, wo- man and his little pup may be pres ent. The Red River boundary dispute Involving oil lands worth Ot'O, may ultimately be settled in such a. way that neither of the con- testing and Okla- get the territory. And the land may revert to its original owners, the Wichita In- ____ At least that will be the decision it. I if the supreme court follows the Two games will be played, both suggeslion of Joseph P. Thoburn, of them, on the Normal gridiron, and both for the one admission fee. One game will be a match between i the East Central Normal and thc I Ada High school for the champion- 'ship of Ada and vicinity, and the other game will be played between the Willard 'and Irving Schools. The Normal and Highschool both suggestion of Joseph P. Thoburn, secretary of the Oklahoma Historical society. According to Thoburn, the land rightfully belongs to the Wichita Indians because they first inhabited it and since being driven from it have not been paid for it by either Oklahoma. Texas or the federal government. ipeams and have "The ancestors of the Wichita ma-ed a number of times. Each! Indians have lived on both sides of -1-- Red River for 1000 years." said has defeated the other, and the game tomorrow has been planned to settle definitely the superiority of the better team. All members of Thoburn. "For 500 years they occupied that part of the country along Red river where it traverses the Burkburnett oil fields. Exception to U. S. Uule. "The right of the Wichita In- dians to these lands has never been extinguished by purchase, exchange or otherwise, tho state and federal governments have -seemingly pro- Highschool lads and teach them I tricks of football they have never read, dreamed of or heard about. On the other hand, 'the camp of the two teams are anxious and ready to go, each expecting to give thc best that is in 'him. The News reporter was unable to get into communication with Coach Newcomb of the Normal, but re- ports from that camp indicate that the theory Rial there the pedagogs are certain they will I g nQ guch ripht_ run over, under and around tne -From Of its foundation, ,hom the federa] government alway paid due regard, >at least In form, to the extinguishment of title to lands which were claimed by the several i the High school is feeling great, j Indian tribes under aboriginal occu- i After the overwhelming victory The one exception to this ihe Tishomingo Aggies last to be the case of the W.ichita Coach Charlie Rayburn believes his j Indians. I youngsters are unbeatable in "in ISIS certain chiefs and war- 'hoina'or any other state. He is.riors of the Quawpaw tribe, in coun- willing to pit them against the at St. Louis with U. S. com- Potato Growers i Form Association at Union Valley sented at King's preliminary hearing I at Kskridge. Kan., according to Man-' rice McNeil, assistant attorney gen- eral. The defense it is said, will, maintain ihat King has no knowi-i edse of the burial of ihe skeleton alleged to be that of Woody, just outside of King's livery barn Maple Hill. The defense also is ex- pected to contend that sufficient; proof has not been brought .out that the skeleion found is that of Woody.i In addition 10 evidence introduced at the preliminary trial, expert tes-' .'unr. timony relative to the skeleton will, submitted to be offered by men of science from and the University of Kansas. The three April Ifllfi---Toledo walked thlr- days while cars were in barns. i The formers of the Union Valley THK IMIKSIUKXTS -MIND IS OPEN comnnmi.y hnvo a potato UK WILL Al'I'OINT WHO ANY SKK.MS BEST. Ily Associul'Si Tress WASHINGTON. Nov. 1' IS -Federal conn order i for 25 corns' tary resident Wilson, Secre- r Itl'ul" fare and substituted five cent one cent transfer. May in of car men submitted (o War Labor Board: In- crease granted retroactive to April Juno. cent fares with transfers effective. Ouster council 'cepl the uf i hi: appointment as association, according to County Agent J. HIH. At a re- cent mee'lns.' of the fanners Of Ihat district they effected an organiza- tion with F. F. Falter. President, W. ,T. Anderson. Vice-President, and 1. T. lloggett. Serelary. Eighteen nu-ii enrr-.liod as Tile association adopted a price for potatoes thai will bo the one senatoi .and enly price until their nuxl nieet- nial and if they win this game he j will' probably challenge Henry Ken- dall for the championship game of missioncrs, entered into a trexty by the terms of which they ceded all of the lands in Oklahoma and Texas lt LIJU to be played around the between the Arkansas and Cana- the state to be piayea muunu me: holidays. The football sport will start with "ver the game between the ward schools. i The first half of this game will be followed by the first half of the i Normal- Highschool game, and "vors- on the north ana Red on the south to the govern- win be football'every Quawpaws ownerahl ovor lanas the the ward schoo game will be wichltas did not ed. There will be no dolaJS. no A X t' 111 SE REPEAT HO- LY VIOLATED. minute, of the time, real downright, honest-to-goodness football. the consi-a. eration at. all. Yet, with this as a basis the government granted these onesl-to-goodness tooioaii. hands to the Choctaws two The- Willard ana Irving scnools I ]ater. I are both reported to have strong ,han 30 years elapsed be- from Virginia to succeed the late Senator Thomas S. Marl in. i! was announced today al the .White House. After receiving the appointment from Davis of Virginia, Mr. ordinance! Class asked ihe preTUient whai his Mayor'wishes were and Mr. Wilson replied 'that lie would like for Mr. be the policy of the to local demands first, and to no potatoes until i lip local nmrkc: shall have been supplied. teams. Prof. Botlon of Willard is a i foro Lhe ______ n nnri IIP has tUUEllt I wichilas knew coun puny of Ardmore be dissolved that a receiver be named to charge of thc affairs of the coin- pet____ of Oklahoma pany. styled rel. county attorney vs. purchised tee land also put his team in tip-top con- wag leased to the for the purpose of locating tribe" Those of Ada who like football i Of pi-eat plains. Two bands of -hose who have the best interests I the Wichitas lived south of the Red school system at heart river, in Texas, to journey out to the "In 1S5S the Power 1 1 U U J l u J w Nonv.nl tomorrow and settlement main village or July, 1 0 1 !i -Cosl-pliis i sas. r ranchise skeletons found on the King prom-' plan snbmitied by Foil-do hail ises were sent to the university for Liu-h; K Co.. providing onher muni- inspection. cipal ownership or pommuiuty ,ni A separate caso has been made of vision. No action taken, each of the three murder charges: November. 4 Referendum and those arising from the alleged ion ouster approved by voters by murder of W. F. Ringer, an itiner-l large majorrly. ant jewelry peddler, and Ueubenj November 8. -official count Gutshall. a young farmer, will not be broiiKtu up during the pending whjlp W11S successor 10 Mr. Class had llpon and that !he !vas The name tlmt the company be en of trial. Kinger disappeared in Decem-, her. 1D06. and On (shall has been, missing six years. Skeletons alleged' to be those of tho two men were found near King's home at Maple! Hill. The discoveries were made I nearly a year after King has moved' to Colorado. The skeleton alleged to be Ihat of Gutshall was the first of the three to be found last summer. King was immediately arrested in a smalltown near Pueblo, Colo. Folowing his re- turn to Kansas he was on rclerendum reported to company. taken to Michigan. Daniel C. commissioner1 of internal revenue, was aiTded today j to the list of those being discussed as a probable sucessor to Mr. Glass.] i city of Ardmore and sets up that defendant company has repeat- wants the The Normal will j was near Hush Springs. In the i1 autumn a band of Comanches came ihe the U11 1W The Highschool which in order that she me nt'ier.aant H.LS eclv failed and continued 10 fail to. may be in better trim to defeat t.te .1 nf while Wichitas had ra'.sed. Comanches were en- Musons, N Nov. capture pf Omsk by Russian Soviet forces is Ad-i Lodge No. 110, A. F. A.I uuof.'.ciiiljy advised in 'throughout Scandinavia, is re-assort- Brings Death to Five M., will meet al 7 o'clock this even- ing for work in the Master's Degree. C. Grigsby, W. TU. 25 injured when a tank of gasoline removed! ,.Xpiotied a; a filling station here from tin- county jail at Alma tOitodav Several buildings caught Topeke because of threats of viol-! rire 'lwi burned, but the fire was lence, since his arrest King has haU. comrolled wilh ,lhe aid of fire- little to say. contending that he ivod f nenrb lowns. no knowledge of the Qf pcraoM wert: by blazing oil. while others were Jurod by flying debris. and Injury to Many Committee Will Probe Charges of Uy xho AiiHOCiHtwi PrCM HAYS, Kansas, Nov. persons were killed and more than of the three men. ia a Bolsheviki statement receiv- ed in a wireless from Moscow. So- i vt-re street fighiiug preceded the ici'puire of the city, and more than R.nn'i prisoners were taken by the Bolshi-vilti it. is declared. The forces 1 retreated eastward in disorder, says I the statement. In the Baltic region lit is announced after the capture i of Ya'inhurg. the Bolsheviki con- inuo to iidviin-o and arc pursuing Hie forces of general Yudenltch. INDIAXAI'OLIS MIXEUS WAIT OX WASHIXCTOX By tho AuMocintcd Prcwt fNDlANAPOLIS.Ind., Nov. JOHNSON A (JOOD EYE No union miners returned to work Dy lho In the Indiana coal fields today do-1 LONDON, Nov. E. spite the hopes expressed last week I Johnson, the American anti-saloon that there would be enoug desert-1 league organizer, may lose the sight ions from the union ranks to allow j of an eye following demonstrations the resumption of .production at I last week by students. A socond some mines today. It was specialist has been consulted and some mines louay. Jt was generally conceded by .members of the Indiana another operation has been perform Coal Operators association that no His sight has been permanent- coal will be mined in the district ly Impaired it was said today. until an agreement Is reached In Washington voiu cotton rags to the Ada News office, you Sc n pouu.; We will HANDSOME RAISE IN SALARY GIVEN TO REV. MORRIS A I borough Investigation of Ihe general charge of profiteering was decided on by thc county council of defense at Its meeting at the court house Saturday afternbon. A! special committee of three was ap-1 pointed by Chairman Orel Busby j to make investigation and report j The First Baptist Church con- its findings to the council. The next i gregation yesterday gave their pas- meeting of the council will be held tor, Rov. C. a raise ot at the court house next Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, The committee appointed Saturday consists of J. W. Bolen, Wayne Wadlington, and Luther Harrison. Ai-rimoro's citizens in sufficient i BUI. don't forget for a -minute I wjphijag Qf them. nuantitios. that whenever the ,he kid the ex- ..To djre cury falls ihe gas supply is be worth !np liwc; Wichitas abandoned their fields thai, the company makes no el tort and double the price. Of such 
                            

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