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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             .AHOHAJSO .A-CLA v 3Hf OVYT rinds Swaying the Bells of a inWords--Liberty -i? THIS DISTRICT 6 RETURN ADA, MONDAY, VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 2M: Wedding License Principals Ajmong the Throng1 Are Emma Goldman and Her Good Friend. Berkman. Saturday- a gi'eat'-3ay for-thei lecense the office- -of Of.. Ada: has beenc filed WOMAN WJHQ Hl'S-.-THR MTTLE BAlMWIC'lv OP IjA- lUAM) HAD Cl-iKriE, GKTHNG 1.RD ItKADY THE RECEP- Kl> AXP HKAT POUCE. TION OK PEltSHING By Nvws' Special Service NEW YORK, Dec, 22. -Led by a Uy tho AsttjciuUxJ Dec. ci MJ ui A-Tt. wpman who declared Jier 'husbandjciede is getting ready for the home- j been deported to Kussia yester- daj- on the Buford, a mob of 150 Reds today attacked the to the Ellis Island Ferry in an ef- of its most famous son, Gen- eral John Joseph Persblng, who Us to be here'tomorrow, December 23. has been awaiting the goner- camo was In 'mob formed arouncC-th. rroaT JWit.ce.. For U was in fs several H.tOe town thjjt Genera. Pcrsh- thc lavnohedi was wcraan, uroclalmjas herself an 'an- was of three archist slopped- forward and drove'dred Vas; September both fists through j 1S60. Laclede, ,1s a town of 700 now The niob turned first raTObUnp: Missouri town of two man to-'answer Hot call arid twnJcs. one yeekly newspaper, a few beat him, "reserves: gellerai stores, park where, dn with fixed, 'bayonets' arrived, jvere wdnt crowd suddenly became-docile.' to gather aiid war. and the name of rested a? ihe ring leader. s ln he hnrtn.t done when he was a boy In 'liaclede.. Service Flag Is Demobilized At Christian Lacled'e cenerally "-agrees, that By the Associated Pre.ia NEW YORK. Dec. "So- viet Ark." Budard, which sailed for au unnamed Russian port yesterday with two hundred an forty-nine radicals on board, will be followed before she can land, by a 'second Voat load of according to the best information obtainable today. It was stated that'a second batch of deportees probably will bo in port; TWO PKTTY OFFICERS AND NINE OF THE CRFJW OP THE TRANSPORT A M E R 1 C1 A FACE CRAVJB CHARGES. By tho Press NEW YORK. petty officers and nine'., members .of., the crew or the U. S. army transport, America, charged' with mutiny on the high seas and other, crimes. the overthrow of the. constitutional government. The department of Jus- tice has 50.000 'radicals spotted.' How many'of ihese will follow Hhelr leaders to their home lands has not been made known. The deportation of Emma Gold- man and her' devoted companion, Alexander Berkman, ends a joint career of 30 years in the United States, during which they preachea the overthrow of government, by violence. He spent 16 years and she three years in jail. But they were never punished for the part their by on board the ship at her >pler" in Hoboken. Six other members of the- crew are reported to be in the.trans- port hospital suffering from gun- shot wounds received during a fight attending the mutiny. An official re- port said the 'trouble was fomented by an I, W. W. agitator. It is charged that the men at- tempted to.leave the ship without permission, let the fires die out, im- peril her safety by cutting off the electric lights, frighteu women pas- senpers and gamble In defiance of officers. One of the rinR lenders Is said to Calkins, an ordinary on life ami proper Johu Js-La'c'lede's de- Berkman served' fourteen years V- the "corriwianifer-rn- j fOI. shooting Henry Clay Frick and V tfce' A. "no-waysi two years for urpriug young men as 'i boy.- 'He grew to abstfiin from registering for the to and I draft school, flshVd. hunted, and tion, .He graduated from the ibe seaman reputed to be a member of the 1. w. W. WASHINGTON, Dec. re- ports concerning the mutiny on the transport America had been Opposing conscription and one year for Inciting to riot. Berkman was never brought to trial on an indict- loday. said. Normal School at 20, and for murder in connection with c se to thcPrearedness ay bomb otitraj opportunity preservting Itseli; to _ 3 S? To the minor strains of "Keep the Home Fires the ser- vice flac of the First Christian Church "was lowered at a special'self of it. won by one point and went' service held last evening. The big to )he military academy.. Since American flag that_ has floated in thal time has Been little of; the -church since the beginning of its famolls 6on. j during the'war, combined with their! HP made a visit twelve .or four- j addresses at anarchists' Jteeii' ye.irs ago, and called on I helped 'cause the assassination of; Dec. Is the Shortest Day of the Year court clerk In the court house of I Brandon because of Houtotoc county at. The .big rush of Christrn'a's- well under 'waj-'arid 'the o'fflee 'Force--was busy handing out the parchment to the-matrimonially inclined. The fol- lowing, licenses' .y.ero during the day: Roy to. Al- tha Large.r 16, .Francis. Elmer Johnson, 19-j- to Bessie, Keener, -Frails.'..' A. L. Thomas, 37, Ada, to O. M. Salmon, C, SfisakVai' to Ruth Beshears, Vernon Ramsey, 21, Ada, to Oddie Rich, received by .plaintiff' November GERMANY ON alleges. his' i or employes" a just west of Constant 'Avenue pa the', south, side Street; that: or warning 'signals were: plaintiff at- night wa'a; -unable ;to-: s.eie the -ditch, and f ell.-therein; 'muchrrto his detriment. By falling, against some debris of the broken, sidewalk. three ribs his1 body, receiv- ing ''permanent- fii'Jtfries. Plaintiff alleges that he was fined- to for about forty Henry Franklin, 37, Ada, to An- days and forced to pay a doctor gellne 33, Ada. ;for medical .attention. He de- Ben Jackson, r 23, Rosedale, 'to'I h'J bad been eavnin Mossie Norb, 22, 'Maxwell. 'from- five -to'1- dollars a day Elhol May.. Russell, 34, Pulton, to> and that because ;prf his injuries he has not earn anything. Jim Phelps, 21', Ruth; He-' therefore" -brines his suit for wards. 18, Steedman.- I J500'.00 damaees'-'-'klready received; Konawa, to! .prospective damages and Addie ;18, .Steedman, Audy Davis, 27, Francis, to Lula Patte'rson, .19, Francis. MIXKRS REFUSE TO WORK FATE Bv tho -Prewv PITTSBURGH .Kana'., Dec. rlaring that they', would not return to work uiltil they'khew'what Judge' Anderson 'at Indianapolis' intend-ed to do witS' Alexabder -Howit.'.1-two- hundred and.fiftjS miners, bmiproyed at Crowe, ers in the -Kansas medical bilDs. King Craw- ford are hlg attorneys. -AGREE- RUSH "By tho Awoclated Prcis '--S 1 supreme council, it today, makling! ah an 'a'gree- reparation fluent- thVGerma-n Fleet the protbcol may be 'signed- anil raUfica'UonsXtoe ex- before CbristmaB, The note replying to the the war was taken down at the same time slopped hi your oiad Star Spangled by Mrs. Woods to the by A. C. Chaney. the several volun Susan Hewett- Pioneer, who President, McKinley, the government: rush of. the. approaching, holidays >oiun-isa yos, I remember John charge'd'-in its deportation proceed-i, 0 think that today Js the shortest strike today according. by. state receivers. The strike1 occurred before the miners ha.d heard any- thinn from producers1 IIS. AND LvfiiKisvAC COIjIJKDE J Ry tho Associated I MUST ACT INTO JAl last'Gennan commun'icatioji to Ger- man' representatives .yrer.tf consider- ed by the It jWas planned another session 'this afternoon. Njew details remain to' be by the council and to clean 'up the work of the peace conference with the exception of the Hungarian and Turkish treaty and the Russian situation. Serbian demands for funds to the i amount of two billion five million francs, on the same footing as that accorded Belgium, was discussed by the council but no decision, was reached. All interested powers 'exce'p't 'Rouriianta' have''cooperated in the for'" distribution. The 'se'jld a note to signify her i ..-op-'.c Dec. claring.-t-h of the ai. fCOiuxt's against fur- triert'ng" In stop, even if 'persons- guilty tfij1-be-'-placed in jail and kept -ChitoSj-CtJfcHwl IstaWs district Judge "-.-.-ni Ai {BivAJifletsoniijerfcitted Alexander the Kansas dis- wasn't more than two. o.: -The confession of 'CzolSOM day of r. old.' We used' .to r.urij described- '-the influence-- which Miss v.-'ell. i! is'' w whether you had trjct.-af-jthe; Workes of (America until next 1 Monday to pre- OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Dec. j pare his defense on charges of con- 22- 'C- E. killed, and council for Goldman's writings had on. him. seriously injured, Three young men of the city of Ada were before Mayor Kitchens in police court this morning to give inside information concerning a game of poker in which the afore- said three were engaged yesterday when rudely interrupted and appre- bended by the city police. The Mne passengers OB ,violatwna of. the Injunction charged penitent when received minor against the district official will not1' h of car collided in a i the- miners and Howat were given ej heavy fog with a northbound milk i till 2 o'clock this afternoon to pre- cart'this ffibin'th'ff.'lat evidence that I Repent and Sign Pledge to Quit .tbf'handshaking.'music, ,verr suspected of receiving rest the following day. -In -other, cliicken and home-made preserve's' .1 Germa'n money to oppose prepnred- words .the shortest day of the year ers, of j noss by the United States before the is when tJie sun is ..farthest, United _ Blessr'OuT Native Mrs. M, L. Perkins accompanied by Miss Francisco at the piano gave "The American by 'Joseph Drake. After by the T.-P.-Holt deliver- ed a most >xcfllem address on Service FlaR." Mr. Holt was chair- man of the county exemption board during the war, and ill his address ____ fost evening gave several pertaining to his experiences as rty Asuocintw! VMS qhalrman of (he hoard. He told of LONDON, Dec Lloydi'Vi 11 1 err- era i i A 11 rt .7 -T 11 'ihc> GO 1'OT'elgn' 'language newspapers, __ cording'to AttoTtify fjeivral Palmer.' by Jufl.scs nnd qtlier mr a .Ipu-blic oTficinls fi-om President Kriosr- ilo'wii as enwri-les of the'country Hie eagerness of the young men of George was'read'v at tho opeuiug of] to -it :but "regarflpd n f   _.- "I y vi OljjC.1 declared he would be forced to-put- wag moyed to tears his own trig: i Howat in jalK jc story  .Luther. Harrison, who diiedaaed WcitlS 2HRE IKJUREO III A WRECK epresented by the ATnerPcan flag! ny nd the heroism and sacrifice repre-j gT. LOUIS, Dec. 22. Two dead, ented by the service flap. The Uixl- xsUsv.on so seriously injured- that by the pastor and the COnflned iu hospitals, and diction closed a program that others hurt but who are -able to dist! Oon CRUDE OfL jy tho i JamoB, Mo., yesterday. the irijured are: T, C TODAti 'IVTra Cla'ra Beam, Sapulpa, ORla., son, and her JThpmp El son, IUL ii the price of crudu oh Rono, Okla'.'-'All-are expected to Vire- a baj'rel were announced cover. oints In TfStafTAli in the increase. Healdton' waB__also_ _mpved .Fa) tonight and ..Thursday.. _Not list party and plans for' anarchistic. splendid' of 697 being douB by the Normal United Ing, on deportation charges Instate. 'the last two When their the Ni- TUB.-BJJlCK' AGENT GOES hlllHts In Russian, whence the: cume SK.VEN nUSSIAN wei-e w Heady of patent i here by two brothers and their! fane was before hizzoner this morn-; Gerton; Dow of, Dallas, andlin.e on a charse of the- Dow of Beaumont ,The.ea Th witness: against luneral was held ,n the C. A. WM Henry lStarbuch. "'115 undertaking parlors at. one LOJJDON, Dec. .tired members of the army o'clock this, afternoon 'and 'interment 1 followed In' Ros'edale his meillDClS 01 Lilt; ill tuillimimi-; f T, -nA... irlfo- oi-o e'd''by-Admiral nead of ttilolfc Ave- the all Russian: government: in -SI- ,h. bcria; frolen to death according- to a-wlreless dispatch received from1 .Moscow to- day. r. -ir-' nue Baptist Church' conducted the services: to Ad-a; in until :the death, iof, the -.parents sev- eral ye.ars: ago. pMrs.i Will, ot r .These ad made a to cj a'rtd hoped' they[ LAST FOUIlv'DAVS, that every member will We-'' 'present, bu'tthe! "CrraA "Jrwin.1." BuicX' BlulW-'cars ..H government after tho downfall of] of last week.-XOale the Miss'big seven -passenger -touring car, N. Goldman ch: .country, 'for depor as Sovri man p .ernment and social prder ,Jpr this Company. Oak." Avenue-Baptist vOhurch.: Wednesday evening at ,-.7 'o'clock the .Oak) i this hear lot the and who Join rfw who "wil en7 "'tourin' to .the Cannon, Christmas e! wrajppe'ii! In I1 ...il'ii i i appears from the context that'Heady and Starbuck are interested :in rlie' sale of patent: medicines and prietary remedies anfl spend "tttelr' time' travelling' about the country1 seHinp the aforesaid to'- all It'-'ljj said that "Heady 'beca'nfie'-'ag-1 grteved': because Starbu'ck Ori' His 'terri'to'ry and proceeded ;tO' dlil1 tji'r'b the 'form' not approved state 'of tio'iria.1 FINED HUXDBED ..KANSAS CITY, Dec. oC eaph were Kusslans said 'to be members-of communist's 'co-Heaguercburt- -in the -many''relatives-'of1 the decei'sed holding in their .uriravrful meetings. 'The: men-' CUSMrrKS r .within five-.yeaj-s. WiW3f ATI M 4'iJn At greedj to pay a ''ftbotai1'1 1 VevoltrtloTi hero; town, got a who wh'l'te" paper'. will eo to the orphans' home1. ''Our-thanfcsr gd'-iouti'to the-'Yoting Anyone who wishes to bring gifts Peoples- Soiclety .Christian: j_.i. _ _ i .1.. i _ _ .iMn r, in., i__- j ji. t _ TPriHflQMnn1 ,f Vm. i 11 arrested- yestetday' tbd' raided- it Jaeeting' alleged-.ttt bft'radi.- GIFTTS'' calii T.hei: fifteen men. are -being, held. -_._, ._ ror his', last.weefc's ibusln.ess, ,i written on them they can be 3oi'X.A Ejnerson-BoJen. hannedo'outuwltb.aut.iinl8take. Every- Endeavor o.t Miss Bmer- P thunder storm Jift br grveif-Oppoftunlly ing their >ntjiny court'the groom'-jii'-ibrothers, to air thefrvview's! th'ey repudiated yiolence. the "Willf.de i part for August -EmertajS Js employed ae an operator for Ithft1 i Western'TJnion. N ,tli. -i hose ..and 'i1 i.i, i i ___4 2 DAYJLEFTTDSHOP' prosper 'aa of the United Charities. ba' Niit and Prult I have and fruit' Q'f'ftj fpfs   

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