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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Don't even think of missing this marvelous production “The Bight to Happiness” Dorothy Phillips' greatest triumph-Liberty Mon.& Tues. DISTRICTGPhe stoa IS (KOT ll IPE” RHB ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 MORRIS RATH GETS FIRST RUN IN FIRST WORLD SERIES SAME THREE CENTS THE COPY VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 175 flaw PEH RTH UAMlu OP SERIES MU- TWO ORI ii    *M*®ED GED WITH EASE; THEY TI'ESH AY    AN- SKEM TO BK I XVI NCI-    4ITHEK RWJ EVEP ^ OI* BI K YOW.    “BOPE”    EAST    KIE. Score by Chicago. .. Cincinnati. innings: .. .OOO . ...OOO OOO 020 OOO OOO Chicago Cincinnati Chicago Lei bold. rf. E. Collins. 2b. Weaver. 3b. Jackson, lf. FelsclC cf. Gandhi, lb. Risberg, ss. Sch&lk, e. Cicotte, p. Batteries: At an unseemly hour last night; 0 the drug store of Gwin k Mays at! •> * 121 West Main was broken into at, - the rear by what is thought to be* 0 runs. 3 hits, 2 errors. a piofessionai •‘dope’* fiend, who 2 runs. 5 hits.O errors. no| only ig making thens of drugs) tor his own use, bul who is likely) a “peddler” of drugs, and about six; or seven dollars’ worth of morphine! and cocaine wras taken. In addition to the loss of the drugs it was found that four or five dollars in cash was taken from the cash regia-! ter. So far as the proprietors have! been able to ascertain UP to the; present time nothing else ie missing) from the store. The raid of last night was pre-( ceded on last Tuesday by a raid on the drug store of M. A. Waits at) IO? East Main, and on the Hope- LINECP i. Cincinnati •Hath. 2b. Daubert, lb. Groh. 3b Rousch, cf. Duncan, lf. Kopf. ss. Neale, rf. Wingo, c. Ring. p. Chicago, Cicotte DISTURBANCE WANES AS WHITE ■ LEADER OF NEGRO RIOT-1 KRS IS PLACED UNDER ■ ■    ARREST.    H COME urns EKLE UP SCORE OF 65 POINTS AND PLAY RINGS AROUND VISITORS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. By the Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 4.—Headquarters at Winchester, Ark., of the secret organization of negroes held responsible for the Elaine race riots, were raided this morning, according to a dispatch from the correspondent of the Arkansas Democrat. A Dr. Powell, an organizer for the negroes, was arrested and has been taken to Arkansas City and later will be turned over to the Helena officials. and Schalk; Cincinnati, Ring and Wingo Pin* Inning. in the first inning of the first game He walked to firs third when ho singled. of the world eerie* Merrle Rat* wa. the ret batter up ^Cincinnati. Druggist Shows Fine Collection of Dead Checks The most original show window or) window show that has appeared on WHILE IX CR1TICAI Main street since the last dry year j is now to be seen at Bart Smith’s j Drug Store. On a well prepared) board in a prominent part of the main window of that popular pill By th© Awocmtcd Pr©» Cincinnati—Rath singles to left Conn Drug Co., at 103 East Main, field. Daubert hits ti» second base. The store of Mr. Waits had just been forcing Rath at second and catching previously robbed of drug, however, Daubert at first. Groh flies out to and nothing was secured at this left field. One hit, no runs, no errors, place but a little loose change in Chicago—Leibold flies out to first the cash rigister. amounting, Pos-1 base K. Collins flies ouf. to second sibly. to two or three dollars. At the) base. Weaver flies out to right field. Hope-Conn Drug Co . however, about No hit>. no    runs. no errors.    twenty dollars worth    of morphine Second Inning.    and cocaine was found and taken, Cincinnati—Rousch grounds out to    and in    addition    to the drug,    sev- left Held. Duncan flies out    to sec-    eral hypodermic    needles were miss- ond base. Kopf strikes out. No hits. ing. At this place, also, aproxi rn steno runs, no errors.    iy a half gallon of alcohol, used Chicago—Jackson hits a two bag- for compounding purposes, was bot-ger to right field. Felsch bunts to tied in small containers and taken pitcher, Jackson going to third base. away. Gandil pops out to third.    Risberg The    druggists    are very much    pro- walks. Risberg steals second    Schalk    \oked    at these    thens ard are    am- walks. Cicotte grounds out to first, azed at the apparent familiarity of One hit. no runs, no enors Third Inning. *    and the manner sn    which it is Cincinnati- Neale grounds out to safeguarded at the different stores, third base. Wingo singles to center The druggists of Ada are very field. Ring    strikes out. Wingo    is    strict in their compliance with the thrown out    ’rymg to steal second,    law in the matter of    handling the One hit. no runs, no errors.    narcotics necessary to be handled in cent and unsuspecting business men Chicago Ceboid flies oat to right the legitimate conduct of their busi-j bas managed to secure a lot of field. E. Collins is hit by pitched ball nest, and at least one of them, when! worthless paper in exchange for and takes nis base. Weaver grounds interviewed by a News correspondent! v0me beautiful round simol sons, out to first base. Collins going to expressed himself very forcibly about better known as bucks or coin of second. Jackson hits to second base, the lack of protection afforded by Hath fumbling. Jackson being safe the night police. on first and Collins going to third. a report was current on the Felsch grounds out to third base, streets about noon today that a man No hits, no runs, no errors.    had been found in the immediate Fourth Inning.    vicinity    or the city almost dead Cincinnati—Rath flies out to left from the effect of drug, but a query field. Daubert bunts to front of at the police station at that hour plate, catcher throwing him out at brought the reply that they knew first. Groh flies out to second base, nothing of the story. No hits, no runs, no errors.    The    mayor    was    interviewed as to Chicago—Gandil fouls out to first the activity and \ilii;«u>ce of bas-. Uisberg flies oui to right field. Eight force and he stated in Sch; ik flies out to shortstop. No hits, stance that the drui: fiend Woman Attacks Divorce Petition Filed bg Husband <X>XDITIOX IT IS NOT ASSUMED THAT HIS ILLNESS WILL TROVE FATAL. HELENA, Ark., Oct. 4.—Confronted with evidence pointing to the existence of an organization as an instrument of insurrection, Helena’s committee of seven today renewed its efforts to determine the source of agitation in the negro uprising which broke out 18 miles south of this city last Tuesday. Declaring the disturbance to be pronouncedly on the wane, except for the rounding up of scattered bands of blacks, military headquarters at Elaine announced today an unconfirmed report that four or five negroes were killed last night at Lorn brook, seven miles distant. The announcement added that a machine gun company and a squad of infantry known to be operating in Coalgate High school boys were no match for Chas. Rayburn’s grid-sters yesterday afternoon, and the local lads took the game €5 to 0. Had not Rayburn sent in his colts for the last half of the game, there is no telling where the scoring would have stopped. Line plunges, end runs and forward passes were all used to good advantage, and fumbles were a thing apart entirely. With the Coalgate lads to get the ball often meant a fumble. The visitors were swept off their feet in the first four minutes of play when the locals received the ball on their own 20-yard line and marched it • across the field for a touchdown without losing posses** sion a single time. To make the thing doubly certain they repeated the performance four minutes later. It was really an Ada game. When the visitors got the ball, they were either held and had to punt in four downs or lost it immediately on fumbles. Only two or three times did they make thayL^aeceMMnTT ten yards in fof^SfnP^ At the last of the game against the younger and lighter men, the visitors rallied and shoved the sphere back to the middle of the field after the Ada boys had failed to make their gains from the 4-yard line. Coalgate kicked off to Ada. The the thief with the location of drugs emporium is a vast and attractive    WASHINGTON. Oct.    4    ( collection of thai instrument of (or- Wilson's condition was more fav- Ada.    oarties    but    denies, popular,} P.... .. "tap    J- lure    ________ __ ___ checks.”    had a good night’s rest, according During his business career in Ada to a bulletin issued at lO.o oclock Mr. Smith like many other inno-• by Dr. Grayson. That her husband is cruel, inconstant, and fails ta> support her is alleged hr Mrs. Kittle Carson In •> «>°»s pet ii ion in which she vigor-, were Known ously attacks the    r°r    <Jlv“™e    that locality. filed last week by her husband, Tan-, |U,    r    c Roland is attorney1 Two negroes were brought to    „ , for the defendant cross petitioner. I Elaine laj*t night and given over to) ball bounded only a few feet. End Defendant admits lier marriage to1 rosary custody. Ten others, includ-| runs, line plunges and forward President plaintiff, admits their residence is *»£ one wounded, were taken in i passes carried it to the 1-yard line, admits that two girls havej Elaine and vicinity.    and Mallory on a Following a report that a number negroes had been seen near Old and demands strict proof of each I Town, headed toward the Mississippi, fake shoved it over. Crawford for Ada kicked to Coalgate’s 30-yard line and Ada held the visitors for downs, Coal- four squads of soldiers have been gate punting. Again Mallory cir- the lealm. Frequently a well mannered man will approach Mr. Smith and ask him to cash a check, and out of pure kindness Mr. Smith has acceded to the request. And frequently some hard hearted banker has handed back the check aforesaid with the nothing doing brand attached thereto. Being rather proud of this col-the lection, said to be one of the best ;ub-jin size in the city, Mr. Smith has hief i decided to make a show of his col- aud every one of them  ....  Defendant    alleges that the plain- searching that section since last cled the end for a touchdown. Oliv- The bulletin tollows:    wnite,(.ff    has    been    guilty    of    wilful    neg-j    night. The white casualties remain) er kicked the goal the first time House Oct. 4, 10:5 a. rn. The Pie*“    tbat    he    has made her life mis-, today at five dead and five wounded, j but failed the second. •dent had a good    nights    rest    and    erable by such neglect,    that he has'all the    latter being    reported as re- his condition is    more    favorable.    been away from home    the most of covering. Fourteen    negroes (Signed) Grayson.”    ^    the time for two years,    and “on his known    to be dead and the official The president’s    temperature    and    return home has boasted to her and I reports    account for    eight wounded. pulse are normal and he is said j children of associating with other Although prisoners taken yesterday no errors.    w#a the most acute thief of the lection and    is    now    making    such Fifth liming.    whole category and hardest for of-ishow. Visitors    passing to    and fro Cincinnati—Rousch hits in    iront    t.cers of the law to cope with. He' through this    city are    wont    to    pause of plate and is thrown out at    first,    stated, however, that the police were’ Duncan hits to Cicotte, who throws    work nig and that they had hopes! to be cheerful, although becoming j women an(j would boast that he) insisted that more than 25 had been somewhat restless about being con-, kept company with the best class of killed and many wounded. fined to his bed.    girls, thereby bringing great mental)    ----- ------- worry to this defendant.” That for, w M. Callahan, a very promi- WASHINGTON, Oct. 4.—President j two years defendant has been forced *|ient business citizen of Rush Spring Wilson had a somewhat better night j to work out to pay a part of the Oklahoma, is in the city today look-list night. White House officials said cost of her clothes and the clothes jQg after business interests. Mr. this morning. Dr. F. X. Dercum. the of her children, as well as for food Callahan states that he has heard noted neurologist of Philadelphia, and a part of the rent. That plaintiff a grea4 deal about Ada, and has who was called into consultation boasted of having a good job, but ( Wished for some time to make a vis-Thursday. is expected at the White failed to provide tor his family. That it tQ the fajr cjty> and (kjs being his House today and will again see the he left his family to live in one president. first opportunity he seized it im- A few minutes later Ada again gained possession of the ball and sent Mallory over again, Oliver missing the goal. Three touchdowns had resulted from the possession of the ball that many times. The second quarter opened with Ada in possession of the ball. It passed back and forth several times, and Mallory hit the line for ten yards and another counter. Oliver kicked goal. In a few more minutes Mallory went through a broken field for forty-five ybrds and another touchdown. A bit later T. Derrick shot a forward pass to Mc- h_ad !°„..UVe^ mediately, and found very much to; £”drfl and sleep, all in one room, while his surprise a city with thriving 20 yards and the sphere behind the goal Oliver failed to kick goal. wild and Duncan goes lo second base, of getting Kopf singles to left field. Cicotte    - misses the throw in and Duncan scores. Kopf going to second. Neale doubles to left field, scoring Kopf. Wingo grounds out to second, Neale going to third. Ring grounds out to second. Two hits, two runs. two errors. Chicago-—Cicotte grounds out pitcher a clue to these robberies inrougu mis cu> »rc wum    «.    uuvvevir    rniiKv    tm ST    he went about the country in some    K    ...    ^    ^ posts. Oliver failed to kick goal. by the window and gaze with much, • \ |?A4j*Tw MEETING BE HELD kll,d of Picture business. That de- * J*.? ac IV1 ,es an £row,nc pros- Xbe secon(j quarter ended with interest and s**™*    ^    Bv    th©    Awociat©*!    Pre**    *    fendant    is    a    woman    of    high    mind    ^    y*_____________ the    score    39    to 0 in favor of the Ada Flag houses Foster McSwain, manager of Liberty Theatre, has secured the! vast collection of bad checks so at-|Pj' tractively displayed. And on occasions the original contributor of a check has decided on seeing his former property that it is well worth preserving as a souvenir and | has paid good hard money for its ltlB return to himself. Mr. Smith has no patent on his some danger of to Kreat picture “The Right to Happi-,..    ,    ig    ln Lei bolo grounds to Groh. ness,” 8 reels, a picture produced,. .    f    th bia    disnlav who throes wild to first. Leibold at acost of more than a quarter of h"'ia* * part 0f "** 6IB    P J ,woi PARIS. Oct. 4.—Premier Clemen- -‘mi has    wlshed    for    a    home’! eeau has written to Col. E. M. Houae. '»>' !»«'■«*•« »a« Provided only one a member of the American peace roo,“- . J    ,    .    ...    ...    ' dtlegation, urgini; that a meetinn TtJla of a league of nations be held al attended the state fait^ in Oklahoma, EAST CERTRAL PLAYING HEIBY (WI TODAY 1 taken from him, in that many other businesses in town are thinking of setting up a board in competition and displaying thereon their Paris Very Much Exercised Over Wilson*s Illness going to second base. E. Collins hits a million dollars, which is to be the to second base and Leibold is run biggest moving picture brought to down bel ween second and third Ada for many days. base. Collins is safe on first Weaver    Mr. McSwain said today, ”1 like,    .    ...    .    . grounds out to first. No hits, no to recommend a good picture like]f>wa collection °*    valued    pape . runs, one error.    this to my patrons because I like to Sixth Inning.    feel like they are sure to be pleased. Cincinnati—Hath grounds out lo The people who will be attracted the shortstop. Daubert grounds out by this picture are the class of folks to second base. Groh grounds out to capable of judging the good from the third base. No hits, no runs, no* bad, and folks who deserve the very errors.    test for entertainment.” Chicago Jackson grounds out to j It is a story of two twin sisters, short stop Flesch flies out to left | daughters of aa American living in field. Gandil singles to center field. Russia, who beearn ) separated during Risberg flies out to right field. One!some Jewish massacre. One of the hit. no runs, no errors.    babies is picked up and raised by a, Seventh Inning.    kind hearted Jewish family, tie', Cinnati Rousch grounds out to other    is brought    back    to    America PARIS, Oct.4. Special prominence second base. Duncan grounds out to .by her father. 'third base. Kopf grounds out toj The    heroine is    reared    In    the • hot- short stop. No hits, no runs, no et- of Bolshevism. After the revo-rors    lution she is sent to America to Chicago—Schalk Is hit    by pitched; "Pread th« Bolshevist doctrine. Durban and goes to first. Cicotte flies;in£ *■    Mrike she    leads    the    strikers out to center field. Schalk remains *aD<* besiege# the    home    of    the mill on first. Leibold flies out to catch- ?*,!*er’ TI h*l>l>f'n!l to to*1, cr. E. Collins grounds out to third I    ,®*8t*r» ,wh®. ** _Won base. No hits, no runs, no errors.!^ Milkers Aide by the foreman, innin.    comes out to tell them she is in sym- Elchtfa iBBte*.    ! pithy with them. The. heroine, see- Washington under the chairmanship nLv on September 26, 1^19; of "President Wilson early in Novem-1 her purpose.wasJwo-fold:- Om, hj ber. The Premier’s letter said    that lliat she ,,ad nevei    pc.nutted| undoubtedly there would be a    small > see a Mate fair neither has    she amount of current business to    iran-! ever seen a Pf®81**”1 sact, but the meeting would    have [States, and that on    said    date    the the advantage of putting    the society I immortal Woodrow Wilson was to Into    action, whereas it    now exists in the said city, and a special    mighty football team of Henry Ken- j train left the city of Ada for the dall college Coach Newcomb an- --Pwirr .“o' "e ,nhf,nPTh^ defendant “d    lance.    Oliver    Kicked    go.| MICKIE SAYS    th.. Plaintiff had prom.*d her    ^    I    With    Neeley    on    one    halftaek. he _that she should go, but that he had    h k ! left home and taken all the money    oacK*    ! “only on paper locals. It was at the beginning of the third quarter when Rayburn began to send in his second string men. In this ouarfer. Coalgate chose to re-jceive the k^%k-off. On the first down Oliver intercepted a forward pass , and raced across the lines for a -  I    counter and then kicked goal. The next touchdown resulted East    Central normal’s    gridsters J from a long forward pass from Cun- are    in    Tulsa today    playing    the ping to Menders, netting 25 yards, and Cun&hg ploughed through the line for the remainder of the dis- iMfissiR'. -tuts etzMtfts or [MMU*' KM BRYNT KOUt lofihitMM tbfit \% w o— felt TW TOUS* Mf IU** M* Ch. ck* kid yrtTKDH kvv TU ting one of the strikers about to Cincinnati—Neale grounds out to e!L"!«hSoor;UU herwlf'before ‘^“VlrT field. Rick hits ground r ° short'    ^    jnto    house,    and stop, forcing Wingo at *‘f’ond and dJes Jn the arn)J| Qf her fatjjerf who, being put out at first. One hit. no b„rauge ghe lookg Ilk<, hi8 daughter, ru^*DO err?,™m rn,    ask® dying girl questions sad Chicago—Weaver flies out to sec- findi out ah€ lg hig ,ogt daUght*r. ond base Jackson strikes out. Felsch; Migg Phillips, as the revolutionist, singles to left field. Gandil strikes doeg one Qf tke pieces of acting out. One hit, no runs, no errors. | in ber career. Ninth Inning.    j xh|g picture will be at the Liberty Cincinnati-—Rath fouls out to; Monday and Teueday, matinee and catcher. Daubert flies out to left j night, at popular prices. There will field. Groh fouls out to catcher. No > be special music making the scenes hits, no runs, no errors.    i more Impressive and Interesting. Chicago—Risberg grounds out to    You vt! go, for you can’t have pitcher. Bchalk walks. Murphy hatting for Cicotte. Murphy flies out to is given by all of the newspapers here to Washington dispatches relative to the illness of President Wilson, and editorial comment reflects the concern felt in Paris over his condition. Many of the papers declare that President Wilson's place could not be filled at this time due to the fact that some of his most intimate associates and close personal advisers while in Paris did not agree with many of the positions of the chief executive. The Echo d’Par is says that much of the bitterness of the league opposition in the United States senate will disappear as a result of his breakdown. about something center field. I !;tr*J base. Leibold flies out to talking ■Maned. Let a Want Ad sell it for you. Really Important Point. Roland had found a pencil eraser, and, offering it to his Mule cousin, he •aid: "You can have It, IIuM. Do you know how to write?” Then, evf* dently he happened to    that    Mb, would have no use for “ eraser un tees she made mistakes, for he added “Do you know how to write wrong? CUM Ooh pftMTmt on the place and had boasted that she should not go. Defendant says that she did borrow money from a neighbor lady and went to the city on the morning train, returning on the evening train. Defendant says ii has been her desire and hope for many motnhs to see the state fair, and when it became known that i resident Wilson was to be therx ! she was simply wild to see him, who she believes to be the greatest man R. C. Heard, right half. Arthur Vernon, left half or fullback. George Hargraves, right end. Hall Ingram, left end. Lester King, center. Lester Medlock, left guard. Hardy Roach, left tackle. J. V. Turner, right guard. Doc Tolliver, right tackle. Robert Wimblsh, quarter. W. K. Newcomb and Messrs. Wat- on earth now living. And that plain-( son, McCoy, Kidd and Hodges were tiff knew of her plans to go and for the other members of the party, pure hard down meanness had taken sixteen men in all. what money they had to keep her, The team is due to leave Tulsa at from going, and therefore says that1 4:45 this afternoon and arrive she was not at fault in the matter,1 borne on the late Frisco tonight. as much as she made arrangements The next game will be with the for the care of the children, having Baptist University on the local field put them in the hands dr good ladies on October IO. to keep during the day.    I    _ “Defendant says that therefore because of the treatment she has received from the plaintiff during the past few years she has become despondent and cannot live any longer! with the plaintiff and cannot stand; any longer the continual gruelling conduct and treatment that she has taken from him.0    I    - Defendant declares that she la a' suitable person to care for her Paul Combs, charged with killing children, that plaintiff is able to Will (Brady) Hudson In Ada last support them find should support week has been admitted to bond in them. Wherefore she prays for a di- the sum of $5,000. A charge of COMBS ADMITTED I IO 15000 BAIL vorce, $50.00 temporary alimony, at- murder has been filed against Combs torney’s fee, costs and such other; since Hudson died yesterday morn- WEATHER FORECAST relief as she is entitled to. “SING SONG" Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Come and ing and he will have a preliminary trial next Tuesday. The county attorney consented for bail to he giv ing with us. Cloudy tonight and Sunday with t$*Mt probable showers and cool^ P. J, White, of Wellington, Tex., la tn the city visiting his daughter, * en Combs and he is now out under Mrs., Hugh Grady.    4bond. was given the ball and circled the right end for 18 yards and a touchdown. Cunning kicked goal. In a few minutes Roquemore circled the end for another touchdown. TW* made the score 65, and tfiU younger lads were unable to keep up tile point making. Charlie Rayburn has developed come real football material at the high school. There were times when streaks of football were demonstrated that ought to make the local high a winner in this part of the state. The team is light, but it has speed and keen judgment. Earl Fentem at quarterback handled the eleven with coolness and demonstrated great generalship. Orr, the great half, was unable to be in on account of a threatening attack of appendicitis. The halfs, Mallory and T. Derrick showed good form. Mallory got the breaks and succeeded in putting over most of the touchdowns. While T. Derrick did not show as much football experience as his runn'ng mate, he hits the line hard sud circles the ends well. When he 'earns to follow his interference a bit better, he will be hard to beat. Cunning will be a wonderful full back in a few weeks. He is light for heavy line plunging, but he bits like a battering ram and can slip through a wonderfully small hole. The end* showed up well also, and there are many of them. Cliver is playing a better game than he did previously, and M. Derrick is going wen on the other end. Guy Menders showed some good form (Continued on Page 6.) ;