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The Lakeland Evening
ELEQRAM PUBLISHED IN THE BEST TOWN IN THE BEST PART OF THE BE8T 8TATE ... .,, ., ,..., ... lJaub wnuk BOOST REMEMBER THAT 8ATAW BTMtU in nfcMVftrc unnu nt bcowii iu mmvrw nia nwniK iww. - VOLUME Tin. LAKELAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPT. 4. 1919 NO. 25 PRESIDENT, III ADDRESS Al I1P. . '325,000 RAILWAY SHOPMEN COLUItlBUS, SAYS TREATY Tmis TiK FAVOR WALKOUT UNLESS Will NflT HRIlfiH RFRMftNY . P . IMP.RF&RF flF $1 ltd II mm IBW I WIIWWII Wklllllllll I 1 III IIIIIIILIIUL. Il I UJIiUU BUI SERVE AS PUNISHMENT LEAGUE OF NATIONS ONLY THING TO 1 PREVEN 5 Give U. S. Credit (By Associated Press.) raris. sept. 6. The Temps, com- I meriting upon Pershing's departure. said the immense reserve of men sup plied by the United States enabled Foch to apply strategy which won the world war. and urged closer co-ope ration between France and America COLUMBUS THRONGED BY THOU SANDS .AND ESPECIALLY DEC ORATED FOR THE OCCASION (By Associated Press.) Columbus. Sept. 4. In an address here today President Wilson said the peace treaty undertook to punish Germany but there was no Intention to crush any great people; that the reparation was no greater than Ger many could pay. and that the League of Nations was formed in fulfillment ot the promise that the United States was fighting in the war to end wars forever. He said the League was the only thing that could prevent a re currence of a catastrophe. The inter national labor conference Is to mee here next month. He said it would convene whether the treaty was rat ified or not. r (By Associated Press ) Washington. Sept. 4. A continued shortage of sugar is predicted by George Seabriskle president ot the United States equalization board, who said the refiners are unable to supply the demand. OIL AND GASOLINE INSPECTION LAW IS NOW IN EFFECT Jacksonville, Sept, 4. G. B. Hills, of Polk county ,was a caller yester day at the office of the state market ing bureau. Mr. Hills is one of the three inspectors appointed for the state under the gasoline inspection (By Associated Press.) Williams Bay. Wis.. Sept. 4. The Presbyterian Annual Conference to day considered plans for a cation wide evangelistic 'campaign,, for church unity as a means of combat ting social unrest. Bolshevism and kindred theories. Favor Establishment Family Court (By Associated Press.) Boston. Sept. 4. The establishment of a "family court to settle domestic troubles and thus combat the growth law enacted by the last legislature, of disturbances" was sulfite.! hv which became effective yesterday. He Chief Justice Charles Hoffman, of wiU be located at Tampa, while head- Cincinnati, before the convention ot garters for the other inspectors, E. the American Institute of Criminal M Johns' of Bradford cqunty, will be Ask Extension (By Associated Press.) Paris. Sept. 4. The Austrian dele gation has asked for a two-days' ex tension on answer to peace treaty' which probably will be granted. Dr Karl Renner. head of the Austrian delegation expressed satisfaction with the treaty before leaving here. Law and Criminology. U, S. ARMY PLANE RED TUESDAY BY MEXICANS at Jacksonville and W. M Pensacola. In discussing this sub ject, Mr. Hills said: 'The need of this law was fully dis cussed by the legislature. The ser vice will be conducted under funds accruing from a tax of one-eighth of a cent a gallon on nil gasdllne and kerosene sold by three producing com panies operating in this state. Com plaints wore ample to show that gas oline of poor quanlity was being sold. "In states where inspection laws are in effect it has resulted in better ment. It will be the aim of he in spectors to see that all gasoline here Mapole at after retailed in the state is up to the PER DAY GRANTED THEM Forces to Be Twice as Largo (By Associated Press. Coblenz. Sept. 4. The forces to bo stationed In that part of the territory of the Rhlneland to be held perma nently by American forces shall be twice as large as that under American jurisdiction since tho last combat di vision left for America. SHONE ASK Pi 1 WAGE TO MAKE GETTING TROOPS OUT OF ENGLAND ADJUSTMENTS 11 government standard. Poor gasoline Is costly to all operators of automo biles "and farm and factory engines. An expert chemist has been appointed to analyze samples of any sent in and alleged not to be up to grade. The law will be enforced by a new bu reau in the office of W. A. McRae, commissioner of agriculture In Tallahassee." Columbus Defloratdd j (By Associated Press.) , Columbus. Sept. 4. The city has been decorated to receive President Wilson who makes his first speech today In his ten thousand-mile trip across the country in the Interest of the peace treaty. The street car strike did not deter thousands from crowding . tha down-town section many coming from country cities to hear the President. After his speech in the forenoon the President left for Indianapolis, where he speaks to night. . ' Report to Be ready This Week v (By Associated Press.) Washington. Sept. 4. The Senate foreign committee considered the peace treaty finally prior to reporting the pact to. the. Senate. A report win I probably be made this week. (By Associated Press) Washington. Sept. 4. General Dlckman. commanding the Southern Department, informed the War De partment that an American army plane was fired on by Mexicans Tues day which was at no time over Mex ican territory. The Mexican govern ment expressed regret in a message to the State Department. Ill HAIR-RAISING GAME HIGHLANDERS 11 FROM ORLANDO BY 4 TO 3 SCORE (By Associated Press.) London. Sept. 4. The Australian high command is preparing to get the last Australian troops out ot Eng land not later than the first week In September. Many of the soldiers have married English girls. HOOVER SAILS FOR I). S. ON SEPTEMBER 6 OVER 1.000 MEN EXECUTED BY BOLSHHIS ORE UNITS OF fiv Smiley.) Wail, vesterdav's game was another one of those hair-raising, nst-ciencu inst. thumb-nulling games, the High landers coming out ine winner uj score of 4 to 3. Hall was on the mouna ior me iu cals and was hit hard during the en tire game, but he tightened in" pinches and held the enemy at Day. dbwww .. v.l J IV. .vnr ot hoV. SAWPll. I nn1 ntIIL 1 II M nUElUJ H.V J - " 1 (By Associated Press.) . hltle88 untll tha ilxUl when Rlva Constantinople. Sept. 4. More broke the ice with a single to center, .h.. . ttiAiinatiA naruini warn or. I flnrrnnnr IB not in ft, , CiMS OJ BUM ...,-... v.. tv n.if when it comes to puUin oooer ecutea ot ixuBuevuui utuuro ir r "-;; n. it. Mnoi viicn ....... . . .. i Tor BievoiiB Whb luii mw " ' left Yekaterinosly. in Southern Rus- J"1 . 4 ,or the man at tho plate s a. according to a aispatcn irom Maraud of nlavine tne nan to nrsi ior Ithat nlace. A witness declared ham- the third out. This peeved Red Se iners were used to kill the victims. FIRST DlVlSlDrl REACH II. Y. ENGLISH WAITERS REAPING A HARVEST (By Associated Press.) well and he wobbled enuogh to let Poland deliver with a single, scoring Wicker and Love. The visitors arew first blood when they shovea a tauy opi-nad in tho fourth, due to a wild heave and tied the score again in tne eighth by some heavy hitting. In tha eighth lnnln witn two aown nuu iu score tied, Quinn came to bat and the Cap catcher had a nice opportunity to London. Sept. 4. The disappear ance of German and Austrian waiters wIn tne gSimQ for nj8 teammates for w. vi. 0--1 a a .i nn frnm tho hntelft and restaurants oi It clean ainzie wouia nave meuui. m Mlti ot the First division arrived fashionable London witn tne w--AlJ"ri from France. en to English waiters who are said thflIr halI by BCOrng, two more runs tn. in hoar rAATiIrisr a harvest. I hv soma tlmelv hitting. The Caps One Piccadilly waiter says he earns made a desperate attempt to gr w ITJADOO MAYBE FINED FOR RAIL PASSES . . omnnnt game m tne $h'UUU a year, a iumiuiv. tips. $3,000 annually. last frame and came within an inch of doing it. Sewell. first uo. was an easy out but Wil- Bhows that it 13 not unuauai iur iiams ana i,eon came across nu good waiter to gather, in salary and hit and Schuyler - was . hit by the y lLvyUCi uiuug wmwww . was the next man up ana imngs lnnkPd mlehtv dark with the fence The 9,000-ton cargo of a Japanese buster up but- although he gave us a steamer reaching Seattle atew days big scare, he lined to Ery. scoring I tti -111 ML - a i U v aa4-a! nfirl TIT tlXFA . ... .1 . ....j.j rft rst trnvm etrfrm Wliuaiuu aiier mo itu - nuiy both Mr. McAdoo arM the rail- ago inciuaeu 0 - still on. Blount grounded to Love and was an easy out at first, ending the awful suspense. First Inning Orlando Williams flew to Poland Leon singled to center and took sec ond on Wicker's fumble r Schuyler safe on fielder s choice- Hall cutting down Leon at third. Hall to Thrasher to Love: Moore singled to center. Tnless the President Has Walsed the above the average; but investfgatlon law. He Is liable to Penalty of from $100 to $2 00. Say Experts Washington. Sept. 4. Unless Pres Went Wilson has waived the law In teaalf of William G. McAdoo and his r4 administration officials who is toed railroad and Pullman passes to and Mrs. McAdoo and Pullman Passes to Mr. McAdoo's two children liable to a nine of $100 to $2-000. as stated here today by experts on Nlroad legislation, tovestifration of .these nasses may started by Senators who were ncb. surprised at the extent to 'fcfca the railroad administration has passes to the families of offl- u18, as disclosed in the report re- '"ttly made to tha Senate In renonse 10 n inquiry made by Senator True 81411 H. Newberry, of Michigan. Ender the laws of the commission. was declared, the commission has d "that It nunnnuiiul l ln- nent and prosecution of all car- 6rs nd persons issuing passes to J uwtng the use of passes by any j sona not Included, within tho des Jted classes to whom free trans- and 172 tons of silk goods. Another big real estate deal was consummated in this city Saturday, when Mr. J. Frank Gray, ot Macon. miu.. THirrhased the R. S. farm on (By Associated Press ) Paris. Sept. 4. Hoover will for the United States Sept. 6. THESE TO CONFORM TO THE PRINCIPLES LAID DOWN BI PRESIDENT WILSON (By Associated Press.) Detroit. Sept. 4. A strike refer endum of railroad shop union laborers showed 325000 members favor a walkout unless a dollar a day raise) is granted. (100.000 Want Adjustment (By Associated Press.) Washington". Sept. 4. Represen tatives ot six hundred thousand mem bers of brotherhoods maintenance ot way and railroad shop laborers asked the railroad wage board today to adjust their wages In accordance sail with the principle laid down by Pres ident Wilson. Making the kitchen attractive as well as convenient lightens the dally work of the housewife. Write to the States College for Women at Tall- hasee, for detailed information. WILL NOT RECON SIDER CANCELLATIONS (By Associated Press ) ,Mexico City( Sept. 4. Under no circumstances will the government re consider cancellations ot the conces sions granted to tho powerful British corporation known as the California the Silver Springs boulevard. This i tin nJ red nrro to IjOve: fiioore singiea wj uwi- farm comprises four hundred acres and MoQre gQ of land, most of which iB under eul- ,ng tQ Becond on play t0 third; Blount tivatlon, a splendidly equipped aairy. hoes, chickens and other live stock and several dwellings. In fact it is one of the largest and best farms near Ocala. Ocala Banner Frank Oliver's grove. " like all the avocado groves in ' this ' county, is voung and hardly Into full bearing but he has twenty-one trees bearing fruit this year. From one of the largest of these he picked twenty three dozen pears last Tuesday which 1 3 Marketed; they are of unknown , and quality and should' be used at on may be given." from "stolen" nests should not out Love to Morris. 2 hits; no runs. . Lakeland Riva out, Martin to Blount; Wicker beat out a scratch hit and stole second; Love fliea to Leon; Poland out Martin to Blount. No hits; no runs. i - Second inning Orlando-Martin flew to Wicker Stevens struck out; Quinn hit through third for a single; Sewell out Love to Morris. 1 hit; no runs. Lakeland Thrasher flied to center; Smith flew to Williams; Morris struck out. No hits, no runs. Third Inning Orlendo Williams out Morris un- hn sold for 80 cnts per dozen and this assisted; Leon out Thrasher to Mor- ne !OW iur ov wirfcor mailn ft honntlfiil Min is only tne nrsi oi iuo j . was eo heavily loaded with fruit tnat it could not have carried its load through so these largest were picked off to allow the rest an opportunity to reach their full growth. Fort Lau derdale Sentinel. ning catch oft Schuyler's hit. No hits; via vnna t 11 U 1UUD. i Lakeland Wright iut Stevens to mount; Han out, ai;run to tsiouni; Riva walked but was V-aught stealing. Quinn to Lon. No his; no runs. I ourtn Inning Orlando Moore wal'ied; Blount safe on Smith's error. Moore taking third; Martin singled to right Moore scoring but Blount out at third; Po land to Thrasher; Stevens walked; Quinn fanned; Sewell hit to Thrash er, forcing Martin.' 1 hit; 1 run. Lakeland Wicker out Sewell to Blount; Love walked; Poland out. Loon to Blount; Thrasher out Mar tin to Blount. No hits; no runs. Flftb Inning Orlado Williams doubled tQ cen ter but was out at third trying, to stretch it tor an extra base; Leon fanned! Schuyler singled to center and Btole second; Moore filed to Wick er. 2 hits; o runs. Lakeland Smith out Martin to Blount; Morris out Leon to Blount; Wright out Stevens to Blount. No bits; no runs. Sixth Inning Orlando Blount lifted to Hall; Martin drew a pass; Stevens flied to Riva; Quinn hit to Smith, forcing Stevens at second. Smith to Love. No hits; no runs. Lakeland Hall out. Sewell to Blount; Rlva singled to center and stole second; Wicker out Leon to Blount Riva going to third-; Love laid down a bunt toward third and Stev ens pulled a boner, playing for Riva at the plate, but who got safely back to third. Rlva got spiked. Ery tak ing his place at third; Love ' stole second; Poland singled through sec ond scoring Ery and Love; Thrasher grounded out to Blount. 2 hits. 2 runs? Seventh Inning Orlando (Ery now playing left field). Sewell out, Thrasher to Mor ris; Williams beat out an Infield hit Smith slow in covering first; Leon hit into a double. Thrasher to Smith to Morris. 1 hit; no runs. Lakeland Smith Bingled to right; Morris doubled to right center Wright flied to Sewell; Hall lined to Stevens; Ery fouled to Stevens. 2 hits; no runs. Eighth Inning Orlando Schuyler tripled to right Poland letting the ball get by him; Moore flew to Ery; Blount singled tnrough second. Schuyler scoring: Martin flew to Love; Stevens singled to left going to second on play for mount at third; Quinn struck out. 3 hits; 1 run. Lakeland Wicker singled to center and took second on Schuyler s error: Love bunted in trot of plate, safe, on nezaer s choice; Wicker safe at third; ix)ve steals second; Poland out Mar tin to Blount: Thrasher slneled through second, scoring Wicker and Love; Smith forced Thrasher. Leon to Martin; Smith steals second: Mor ris hit by pitched ball but the umps maae mm take his place at bat again; Morns tnen was called out on strikes 2 hits; 2 runs. Ninth Inning Orlando Sewell out Wright to Morris; Williams singled to center; Leon beat out a slow irrounder: Schuyler hit by pitcher; Moore lined to Ery. Williams scoring; Blount out, Love to Morris. 2 hits. 1 run. . Umpire Knowlten whilo leaving the ground was attacked by an irratefan and before any one knew what had happened he had the umpire knockod down and kept beating him. The players and fans and also the pollco at once came to his rescue and pulled his assailant away to answer before Land Company and toher similar enn- the judge for his disgracerui conauct- cer whose right nave been attrib mi T J am I a will Sin I " u3r imT: "ted to Pastor Roualx. secretary of stisnna against our people but it io Agriculture- and development de hoped that in the future such a thing clared void, according to declarations will never occur again. They only by Excelsior regr vu. ui wa. u The newspaper states that the sec- tq prevent this act. but It happened . , while the crowd swarmed out of the retary's declarations were made in a nark and when least expected as the press interview following a visit to home club had won the game. Orlando AB R H PO Williams , It 5 1 1 Leon 2b- 5 0 2 Schuyler cf 4 1 2 Moore rf 3 Blount lb . Martin ss Stevens 3b Quinn c ... Sewell p .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 14 the department by Colonel R. J. Mc Lean, an; Englishman, representing. the owner of some of the properties , Involved. TO AT HOUSE OF Totals ... Lakeland Rlva If .... Ery It .... Wicker cf . t oLve ss ... Poland, rf .. Poland rf .. Thrasher 3b Smith 2b .., Morris lb ., Wright o .. Hall p .35 3 12 21 IS AB R H PO A 110 0 2 0 2 PASHA 2 1 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 3 1 1 4 1 8 t 1 (By Associated Press ) London. Sept. 4. A bomb was thrown at the house of En Pasha. th Egyptian premier at Alexandria, in a demonetration following the report that the United States Senate foreign committee had declared the Egyptians ehould be independent. Totals 32 4 7 27 13 2 Ran for Rlva in sixth. Scoro by innings: Orlando 000 1000 0113 Lakeland 000 002 02 1 Summary: Two base hits. Williams; Morris. Threo base hit Schuyler. Stolen bases. Rlva. Wicker. Love 2, Smith. Schuyler. Double play. Thrasher. Smith and Morris. Sacrifice fly, Moore. Base on balls. Hall 3; Sewell 2. Left on bases. Orlando 7. Lakeland 6; hit by pitched ball, by Hall. Schulyer. Struck out. by Hall 2; by Sewell 2. Time of game 2 hours. Umpire. Knowlton. Attend ance. 315. SIZING UP THE SITUATION Florida State League Club Won. Lost. Orlando 9 3 Tampa 7 Lakeland 8 Sanford 0 Bartow .m 5 . 9 Bradentown 5 Pet. .750 .533 .533 .462 .385 .357 HOW IT HAPPENED TESTERDAT Florida State League At Tampa 4; Bartow 9. At Sanford 4; Bradentown 1. At Lakeland 4; Orlando 3. NEEDS A REST AND TAKES VACATION ON THE POLICE FORCE Miami, Sept. 4. Ever hear of a man joining the police force for a vaca tion? Well, we've got such a unique person in Miami. His name is Alex Gingras, who was a member of the force before the United States en tered the world war. Mr. Qingas it seems,' is a carpen ter and shipbuilder by trade. Attract ed by the high wages offered ship builders at Jacksonville, he resigned from the force and went to work there. Now he explains his return to the force thusly in conversations with friends: "I made a lot of money at ship building and was a little run down so I thought I'd go back on the force and rest up." Mr. Gingras is one of three men who were added to the police force today In preparation for the winter's activities and on account of the epi demic of crime which necessitates better police protection In certain sec tions. The other men are new men at police work. They are Hardy Broan and Joe Bird. As far ao personal gain is con cerned, thriftiness is no less mport aot now than it was during the dark est days of the war.