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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Pep! Punch! Pathos! Action! Drama! Romance! Fights! Feuds! then Hugs with    , all Describe    Apperson’s    Today American {Stye Cluing VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 185ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY STILL HOLDING THE BAG J ML POS! IO mn VEU EMIG SAINDON MAS GOSIK MUI OVER I MKT WITH OS SI *A VI ■ HTS OK HEAD KHAIM NGS" SAYS ZOE IOX‘Kl. KY IN SPECIAL ARTICLE. ENEMIES ON FOUR FRONTS. KI SSI A APPARENTLY FACES DISASTER. * By Zde freckle} ‘ LONDON Ort.    15.—Phrenology and * scientific character study," al* L> the Amhx mteU Prff>    ( LONDON. Oct 16 Poi red back by the onslaught of enemies on four though ridiculed by serious scien- fronts, the armies of the Soviet gov fists, an- the fad of the day in Don- eminent uf Russia appears to be don. Professional modems of cranial facl    rjlHi    of diaaslc'. Cencral bumps are making fortunes. Dis charged soldiers silent their proc- 1‘enttme s I ossacks (ram the south; ions shillings to be ad% ised as toyish forces from the west; norther hat carwr to take up.    western Russian forces on the north- There is a tiny shop in Ludgate west ;and northern Russian troops Circus from the window of which from the north, have during the the pictured face of Woodrow looks last few days, forced ahead until it out over the crashing traf-1 wems that the Bolshevik armies fie of busses, lorries and cabs. At are between two millstones. hi* left is a portrait of Clemenceau. I Petroprad is doomed to capture mj at his rishi one of Orlando, and '*>« opinion of observers general, below his the leonine head of Lloyd I Yudcwtch is at I dina. only twenty _    _____ five miles south of the former Kus-' George appears. But Wilson* is the magnet which sian capital. In the extreme north ii    the northern Russian army has at present draws al eyes Beneath * broken ^ t    of    the Holsh._j each picture is printed a character viRi accordiB(: lo reports, and is' sketch based on a study of bead pursuing the enemy toward Onega,J measurements. Always a crowd is a village about 150 miles west of1 before this window Tntensely inter- Archangel. Further to the south, this ested. Often there is a Queue of army has forced its wav along the men and women lined up alone Fleet Dvina river. General Detiikine’s men street a dozen yards walling to en- have driven a giant wedge into ter this tiny studio which is pre- central Russia as far as Orel and sided over bv the busiest woman in are reported to be on their way1 Ijondon. Mrs. Stackpoole K O'Dell, toward Tula. East of the I'rals is* phrenologist.    I    Admiral Kolchak's army, but it ap- I oi*ened the door of the little par* inly is too tar away to enter studio, banging the knees and el- into consideration as a vital factor bows of the patient waiters, who in the situation which is developing were packed within like sardines. *u Russia proper From behind a curtain trickled a    -    r conversation between Mrs. St ack pole and a sitter "If you hit that description of the American president in your window from the bumps on his head, madam. I ain thinking you can tell me what I had best do for a living. I used to drive a truck aud get 2»» shilline* a week for doing it. I’m fed up. "I was thinking a bu of going to America. They say man has got a chance there and not many old LITTLE KXI fashioned ideas to buck The Am aas SKI I VIKE ALSO RESUMED WITH! MOTHER GIVES I HH SON TO TWO MAXY COUNTRIES WHICH WERK CUT OFF DURING GREAT WAR. I DAUGHTERS BECAUSE THE FUTURE HELD NO PROMISE. Parcel post service of the United;    PONTIAC’, Mich., Oct. 16.—The States hag been extended to more j sjow poison of discontent ravaged than twenty countries since the con- (h |mnd f a    woma„    with elusion of the war, a bulletin from I    ...    ,; the ’postal department just receivedjdreams of a career, here says. Service also has been re-!    And Mrs. Hazel Luikhart poison- sullied with nine countries which|ed her two little girls. were cut off during the hostilities. Following are the countries with which Uncle Sam now enjoys parcel post communications for th© first time; Siam, Iceland, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Union of South Africa, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Algeria, Corsica, Tunis, Egypt, British India, Rumania, Syria. British Eaqt Africa, and Uganda, Malte, Spain, inelduing I the Balearie Islands, Canary Islands, I Northern Africa. Trentino and j Trieste and Belgian Congo, j Total population of these countries is estimated at 350,000,000 or about one-fifth of the world’s population. The area bf the twenty countries is given as about 4,500,000, square miles. Annual imports and exports are about $3,400,000,000. Service has been resumed with Belgium, Chili, Denmark, Germany, Greece. Liberia, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. The maximum weight of parcels has been raised While specialists are fighting the effects of the deadly drug she ministered to her daughters, Shirley and Edna, alienists are endeavoring to analyze the toxic force That transformed mother-love into the cool deliberation to destroy the lives that meant most to her. The case is arousing equally the* interest of psychiartrists and experts in the treatment of poison cases. Dr. Thomas A. Carter, head of the staff of physicians in Columbus Hospital, Chicago, who are striving —in the face of all the lore of medical authorities—to call Shirley Luik-art and Enda, her younger sister, back from the doom meted to them by the women who now moans and prays for “my babies.” Psychologists are gently questioning the prisoner-patient, trying to get at the tangled motives which led her to give her little girls repeated doses of the deadly drug then to erican president has got a head on him you know -balance, accuracy of judgment, knowledge of cause and effect, love of justice, conscience. reason, caution, and hope RADICAL BOMB PLOTS ll ~ NEW STATE PLAN OF NEGRO EVANGELIST OF OKLAHOMA ITH'. Seven Fliers Are DEFENSE COUNCIL Dead Up-to-Date ^ fESTERDAY In Big Air Race WASHINGTON, Oct. iii. No sup-that’s what your chart in the win- port was found in congressional cir-    ,*M" Aso-*i*t#u I1™** dow sa vs about him.*’    el***-    by Dr M M. Madden, negro    GAR\, Iud., (Yet from eleven pounds to twenty-two' summon a doctor and    do all    in    her pounds for Brazil,    British Honduras,! power to    save them    after    it    was China. Colombia.    Guatemala, Hon-*seemingly    too late, duras, Nicarauga.    and Peru and to| Behind    this inexplicable crime is twenty pounds for Argentine Repub-'the lifc-history of Hazel Zorga Luik-1 ic.    arf- Alienists think that in her story --  may    be found the motive. She was born in Soutft Dakota, I and as a child was discontented ; with the surroundings of village and farm. She married Roy E. Luikart because he promised Her a city ; home. I Luikart is a real estate dealer, .and the Luikart home between Detroit and Pontiac, is on a lonely side load. 1 Mrs. Luikart. beautiful and accomplished. wanted to go on the stage, and wanted to write songs, she wanted to take vocal lessons, she wanted to travel. None of her dreams cam© true. Husband Balked Idea of "Career.” "For three years we were happy,” said Luikart, "then my wife got discontented. She was stage struck. I AGAINST PACKERS FEDERAL TRADE • COMMISSION ASSERTS THAT BIG FIVE CONTROL GROCERIES IX ALL LINES. 16. Investiga- There was silence a moment, the evangelist and attorney of Oklahoma lion of radical bomb plots, and sur- ; By the Associated Presa The new County Council of    De- WASHINGTON. Oct.    16.— Reiter-    didn’t take her to shows any more, I . variated i n s-    lense    of Pontotoc county met at    the at ion of the claim that    the five big    because I didn’t w ant any foolish CHICAGO. Oct 16    About half-    toui*1 house on October 15th.    in. packing companies of    Chicago bid    ideas to get in lier mind. She wanted lady phrenologist    evidently taking    City, for the'establishment of    a free    v«4llanCe of suspected    Reds con-    wav across    the    country on his return °Pen    Although    all    members    fair    to dominate the wholesale gro-jto take vocal lessons a little while measurements of the head of the and independent state for negroes    .    *    ’    journey in the army reliability and *'*‘rc notified of the meeting, only j eery trade and already handle more ago, but I refused to permit her. I fed-up young man    and making    cal-, in the Rio Grande valley of    Texas    linut* !oda> ,n (*ary w    e army in-    eJMjllranee    race    Lieut culations upon them. Presently    ;<!|d Northern Mexico. The    negro    telligence officers and    Federal op- answered:    sjMikesmati tor a delegation of fifty    erattvee already have    uncovered B. W. May- the following nvere present: Judge than 200 food products unrelated1 told her she wasn’t. fitted for any nard. the" flying parson, was well iii Orel Busby, chairman; A. VV. Wad- to the meat packing industry, many such thing. a iii*, lead of th** other four home- lingtou. A. Floyd, John Brown, Mrs. of them directly competitive as meat “She began to neglect her house- wna inn rneil until Wednesday. of the army. will be taken. OKLAHOMA IR THE Bill MICKIE SAYS V—— ii -| BILL MURRAY WLL reb* upon it. Do you know that the American electrical inventor never knew* he had the inventive faculty until a phrenologist told him? As for Lloyd George. 28 years ago when he had just come down from Wales and was studying to he a lawyer.    wrvitaie crovaea aaamonmi    tern-    troops    nere.    presenting    wnat    ne sa ta    „Ifw„i    ...    s,»\en    teavini'    'th    idiot*    in    r ..     .    .    „ my husband told him to go into pol- T    |tl . MHttred bv th.* eov-    *    .    L    r    Cl    ,    ,    . ■    ti    J I- k an(1 a number of attorneys being die, instead and loam public .peak-    aI1j    mak,    n    >S^M,    ?<    ,    W“    ,    .<">d«i(*    ct    the    th, .«.nt«t. -cut* ^nch Kirby. members of th,, council Hie meet ins inn at ODO* He .hanked him for    lbe neweom«e "o ^Uin e    connection    of    radical    leaders    with    pilot,    and    Lie,ti.    Manley    o.    Miller. his advice many times afterward    The spokesman for the dele and    sent alt    hi*    children    to    us    for    conferred with Representative readings.”    den of Illinois, who gave him — -    -    *    encouragement that the scheme FLYING PARSON EXIXIl XTEItS    be made to work. Senator Spencer SOME    HEAVY    SNOWSTORMS    at Mi ssouri. another member    of -    -    “    congress sought by Dr. Madden,    exes AKMirtaied Pi-eM*    pressed doubt that the ieda would be* SIDNEY, Neb.. Oct 16.- Lieut    acceptable to the negroes of    the B. VV. Maynard, the dying parson * country, and until they gave their and leader in the trans-continental j a.-sent as a race there would be air derby, resumed his eastward i little use of considering the matter, flight toward Mineola, N. Y., from Madden asked for an interview with the control station here at 7:15 A.; President Wilson which could not    __ M.. nioun»ain time today.    arranged    owing    to    the    President’s Snow was falling when Lieut,    illness. Madden maintains thai his!    OKLAHOMA CITY.    Oct.    16.    In Maynard got away. Before leaving P'ati which he says he has talked tile coming Red Cross Roll Call: he reported that he had encounter- bitore many audiences of negroes) membership campaign. Oklahoma’s' ©d four snow storms yesterday be- always finds hearty approval, and quota will be 1.001,2o0, according to1 tween Battle Mountain. Nev., and ** advanced as one means for solving an announcement made today by J. Sidnev but that he had managed ! he rac<> problem. Neit her of the j p. Owens, chairman of the state cam-! to Av around each one of them.    nmiber* of congress interviewed by|paig„.    |  . . . „    ______ a<? visitors agreed with the conten-i “This is what our quota was last! PRESIDENT VI I a*ON RELIEVED !,on 5l,at    negro was not a citizen year and we oversubscribed it,” Mr. »YKOM GLA NDUI*AR SWE I, IJ NG    ti*© country.    Owens said today. “So we should, do in an address on the league of!    much better    this year for    we    ex-' By the Aweiud im -    nations in the senate a few days    pt»ct not only    to enroll    all the mem- WASHINGTON Oct. 16.    Preai-}*^0* a,or trance ct Maryland dent Wilson, 'relieved from the! J™10**1** education of the negro glandular swelling from which heib> th*' United States along govern-suffered for two days. had a good u,^nfal lines with a view of the have known how* this wouldn’t have high strung and plain man and tried sband and father. *t understand her.” inherited ' $1,000. handling extensively soda fountain Half of it she gave to her husband preparations and utensils.    to use in business, the other is in "Many companies manufacturing the savings bank. She wanted to use or handling these commodities are; this money to give her little girls she had craved for COfePOUbX. O' TU ON/MkO POST UOVkOYU. OUT—OOUtlXJE, i\kkI KOOT UYM—TUtNte K LOEW*. TVtM\U' T% OOX? VU *TUOOT (NVN OPPtSHlkL oneness \ \ night’s rest, said the bulletin issued o-goveruing Africa. Th© sug-todav by his physicians.    gestfon    wa«    listened    to    with    keen IJTT18H FORGES FIGHT THEIR WAY ACROSS RIVER Bf ai# Aj«wci«l#d Pre** COPENHAGEN. Get 16. Lettish force* have fought their way across; interest by senators on both sides of the chamber. ludendorff refuses to APPEAR IN INVESTIGATION I this membership drive. berg we obtained last year but to obtain many more. "The peace-time program of thet Red Cross gives us an opportunity to make a strong appeal for members this year. The Red Cross is going into every community in the state j I to work for better health and living ; conditions so every community should feel a personal interest in By th# AhNurted Prats the Duna river at Riga and operations Berlin. Wed., Oct. 15. General \here arc now developing favorably. Ludendorff in reported to have re-according to * dispatch received    api*»ar before t he parlia- from Libau last night by the Lettish notary commission investigating the pres* bureau hen .    responsibilities of German leaders ___    before the war which will begin The music of "Hail Columbia” sessions early next week. was written as a march and went    —  -- first by the name* of "Washington’s!    Mamma,    Notice. l*Hr(.h *•    Don't    forget    the Masonic school _____ of inetructkm will work at 8 o’clock l^t a Went Ad'sell it for you. this evening. Some counties are not satisfied wtih the quotas assigned them and are not going to stop at the figure designated by the division. The quota given Oklahoma County was 32,000 but J. A. Deign an, Oklahoma County chairman, has increased the quota to 50,000 voluntarily and has hopes of going beyond that. Bring youi clean cotton rags to 'he Ada Newt office, We will pay vou 3c a pound. song recently and has word from the publish-fail to uncover the packer con-    er to whom she    sent it. nection in every ease," say stile1 To quiet Mrs.    Luikart    the sheriff trade commission’s tepori. *    informs her that Shirley and Edna “Until the packers are shorn of    are recovering.    % the transportation advantages grant-j "They must get well—I loved ed them by ihe carriers,” the report    them too much for them to die.” I rOTIinr    III    inij*onclud^    ‘t here is no    way of    says Mrs. Luikart, who sobs and Hll Hr    IN    uilu ■ ,m,®Rurin*    their industrial    efficien-    laughs hysterically except when un- LLU lUtlL    111    “Ult cy.”    der the influence of sedatives pres- — ------------- _    _    cribed by the jail physician. , SENATE LABOR COMMITTEE    ChiWren    Given    Repeated    Doses Hon. Will. H. Murray of Tisho-    TO    KXI*    STRIKE    INQUIRY!    “I    called    Shirley pud Mn,la in mingo. aho recently returned from    "    roni plav Sdnday afternoon and South America,    has consented to    B>    Rave each of-then, lour capsules of comply with    the    request    of his Hon- ASMINOTON, Od. 16. — The    bichloride of mercury. I expected totoc county    friends and    will deliver    *enaie labor committee today decided    them to die nght away to bring to an end its investigation    lhe>    aie all I have in the Of the steel strike as quickly as'    world, but I could see no future possible, probably after hearing a them. few more witnesses, but without    I "Ten minutes    after I    gave    them further visits to the strike zones.    th* first dose, I    gave each of    them -  -------- - i four more capsules. TJiey were sick FLYING PARSON FORCED    an<* w^en their father* came home I a speach on "South America” in Ada. The date selected is Saturday afternoon, November I, and Mr. Murray will speak on the streets, if the weather is suitable. Otherwise he will speak in the district court room Mr. Murray spent several months in Bolivia and Peru and will no|    Awool>l-    p" doubt have an interesting message to deliver to his hearers. He has many friends in Pontotoc county who will be glad to hear him once more. BOLSHEVIK ARMY RETREATS BEFORE KOLCHAK FORCES *1>    ' #» V« CIM*-*! Pre** LONDON, Oct. lb.—A final retreat of the Bolshevik armies before the troops of General Kolchak iii Western Siberia announced in a wireless message from the Kolchak gurlUPt    headquarters at Omsk of October WEATHER FORECAST |U ---------- ------ j The shortest sentence containing Fair tonight, preceded by ruin in jail the letters of the alphabet is southeast portion aud frost in west. I “Pack my box with five dozen liquor Fair Friday.    'jugs.” TO    LAND HIS MACHINE Il0^ him tliat they    had l)ieen    ea,inK I green pears,    t ; “During the night I got up to look OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 16.—Lieut. B. it1.!?*111' I18,ood bolide their bed W.    Maynard,    the flying parson, was forced to land in a field near Wa->^    and    whi^’t    th€*lr 11 hoo, Nebr., forty miles west of this I ^    *    V    ,    ♦    ^ city today shortly before noon obi sleep W^llCOutdn’t °stand the 0*^1^ I 1 “■ -,o his    observing    offlcer, W. C. Kline. ;    ' Then I knew    that I couldn’t HUINX FRIX KBH GON V EN R    *    WM^^breaklng*’’    dle    My hearl AGAINST MILITARY ORDERS j Mrs. Luikart called Dr. H. W. » u a     —    Yates Of Detroit, and told him that if he children were    ill from    eating DUBLIN, Oct. lb. Disregarding j ^,-1^ fruit. For several days— the order of the government and while the poison was eating deeper the military chief in the island, the, into the vital tissues of the children twelfth annual convention of the!—the doctor believed what he was Seinn Feins was held last night at told. Then he became suspicious. He midnight in the Masion House, { obtained the aid of Dr. Isaac Gellert. lasting three hours.    J    (Continued    on    Page    Eight.) ;