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THE TOPEKA DAILY .STATE irOURNAI MONDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1920
SIX TOJETRIAL Arkansas 'egroes Are Accused of First Degree .Murder. Seventy-Five Hare Already Been Convicted by Courts. PREPARE IOIt ASNTALi CAMP. First Croup f Boys Due at FJradaJc May IT. Cottonwood Falls. Kan., May 3. Camp Wood, at Elmdale, will open on May ST. for the first group of boys who will visit the camp this season. This session will be for high school boys and will last ten days. Following this will come' the six periods of the. character camp. pn injr June- 8. Each session will be for ten days, 'and hundreds of boys from all sections of the state are. expected to bo ia attendance at the si periods. The garden is being planted and things in general ere being prepared to receive the boys who will spend their outing here, a t reached your eyes- TWELVE 60T DEATH PENALTY All Were Arrested Following Riots at Elaine. id it reach your HEART? Quelled Only After Battle With Federal Troops. Helena, Ark-. May 3. Retrial of six negroes sentenced to death for alleged participation In the Phillips county race disturbance last October, was set to begin in courtjiere today. Seventy-five negroes have been con victed of participation in the Phillips county disorders, which resulted in the death of five white persons and an un known number of neeroes and which were not Quelled until federal troops, overseas veterans armed with machine guns, were sent into the district from l imp Tike at Little Hock. The troops f"ucht several skirmishes with the disturbers. OT those convicted, twelve received J"r.i "rices of death and sixty-three 'l.rlson terms ranging from one to twerty-one years. The six cases taken up today were r;i.snded because the verdict against the dfendants was held to be worded U:isa: isfactorily. First Degree Murder Charge. Ben Helm, a nestro recently arrest ed, is being tried with the six defend ants. The charge agalnat him. as scainst the others, is first degree mur der. The disturbance, according to evi-1-noe adduced at the original trials, was the premature outbreak of an in surrection fostered by the Progressive Farmers' and Household Union of America, a negro organisation, the purpose of which, witnesses said, was the annihilation of all whites and the tclr.ure of thtir property. The ilie:ed conspiracy came to light v.hen ncKroes meeting secretly in a church at Hoopspur, a small place near Elaine, fired upon a party of of ficers who had entered the district in st'-trch of bootleKKers and whose mo tor car had broken down near the i Vm'ch. It is supposed by (he authorities that ' the negroes thought the officers had discovered their plans and had come to arrest them. W .A. Adkins, a special railroad agent, was killed by the first volley the negroes fired. The officers returned the fire and retired. In Hatllc With Tr.wps. Reac hing Elaine, they ga e the alarm and reinforcements began floek- 'w there. Meantime the negroes, the :?:;dence showed, were joined by ad ditional forces, and under the leader ship of officials of the union, moved in sfmi-military fashion to the attack. After several brushes had taken .place the authorities called for assis tance, and the troops headed by Gov. I'harles ilronyh. were ordered to the - s-en After several encounters with - the soldiers bands of negroes were dis persed anl fled into the canebrakes. holdiers and civilian posses spent sev- - .oral days combing the brakes in search 3 of suspects. r One soldier was killed during the 2 fighting and several wounded. DINE .METHODIST MINISTERS. : Ilcccption will Be Held for Them at First Church Tonight. The Methodist pastors of Shawnee county will be entertained this eve ning by the Mens club of the First -Mithodist church. Dinner will be held t 6:30 o'clock. The objict of the meeting is to wel- come new pastors and to get ac nuuinted. according to E. L. C'opelajid, ' president of the cinb. Pastors ami churches participating include: B. Pack. Oakland; J. TV. i-J.eed. Highland Park and Tecumseh K. C McCulloch. Ftorsville and West Union; L. M. Campbell. Auburn and Fojntam: . B. Fisher, TVakarusa: J. F. Steves. Berryton. Linn Creek and Kichland; A. K. Ryan. Elmont and Pleasant Hill; Miss Ruby Heath. Sil ver Lake, and Walnut Hill: J. W. R ; 'lardy. East Side; E. M. Judd. Seward , Avenue; E. R. Gordon. Kansas Ave Hue: A. T. TYnnrt 1Tm.1M V .1. Gardner, Trinity: H. O. Holler, itman . nil, and Dr. E. J. Kulp First church.. , J. A. Troutman will be one of ttje principal speaners or the evening. JOHN MPPS BACK TO WASHBCIIX College Missionary to China to Appear In Chapel Soon. John Xipps, "Washburn's missionary to China, is expected in Topeka soon He left China several weeks ago and is noiT in i mcago attending a mission ary conference. During his stay here, charjel exer cises each day at TVashburn will be conducted by the Student Volunteer . Danu. composed or students who pert to enter missionarv work. Resides Mr. Nipps. Miss Alice Hur- . gins, also a missionary from China who Is visiting in Topeka, will appear : on ine program, nr. tvan Menninger. : a local surgeon, active in church worK. will be a sneaker. 110. While In college he was a foot ball player, a debater, president of the , l. -M. A. anil president of his cla In his senior year. He went to China immediately after graduation and has not Deen In the l nited States since. until recently. His work I- largely . ......... . -. iiuuia Biuoencs. Hires Household Extract contains the actual juices of roots, barks, herbs and berries. It makes rootbeer s pure as tt is sparkling and delicious. i psr fi 7v tmt thim I ri; J MiniHHMliMSnart. THE CHARLES E. HIRES COMPANY CEYLON A never" ending procession of ships is passing along this 'route, bringing fresh,' fra grant Lipton3 Tea tcx America. 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