The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 203, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1920 Page: 1 of 6
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t of Them to be
J| Chicago Same Day.
One Thousand Feet oí Italian
Hemp to be Used.
East is east an
■!■■■■■■■■ west is jpest,
-but east and WMt.yill nót iuIíí'es-
pecially if a large block of lee hap-
pens to be preset to ccol interna-
jis was aptly proven when H. if.
Overbay. dr'lverfcof ah ice wagon,
TQ 'Drn imtD1 r\AV stopped at the ¿áfe of Y..\V. Lung
KtU ^llfcK UAY and wife, Dorothy Lung to
lee to the
Mr. Overbay's aaslsiant was having
a, day off; the ice box was very-light.
Mr. Overbay insisted that the male
By WILBUR J. BR0NS
Inteliitvthaial News rttaff Corre-
Chicago, OcTT'-The death cen «ot ^e thej^lnt. and from Then on
ir. the old Cook county jail in Chi- eve swiftly.
Lung get up on a bo* and take the
hfeáfylbiflSk of ice. Mr. Lung could.
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cago has sent many men to the final
earthly expiation of crimes since the
. execution of John Stone, on. July 10,
1%40, but October 14 and 15 are
destined to be "red letter'" days in
the institution's history. On /Oc-
tober 14 eight men, several of them
members of the notorious Cardlnella
• gang, will die at the aids of ropes
and the following day, October i6,
Arthur Haensel and Prank Zagler
will be executed. ,
Fine Previous Record.
. Many men, jume of them guilty
and others who latter were found to
have paid for another's crime, have
gone to,, their deaths In the Cook
county jail since John Stoned time
>ut the nearest approach to the exe-
cutions that will occur Thursday
and Friday of next week, was in
1912, when five men were executed
in one day. . '
Cae Italian Hemp.
feet of Italian hemp
for eacb hanging,
for the ten men.
Ú One hund:
will be '
1.000 feet in
events moved swiftly.
Mr. Overbay tired to make his po-
sition cleaf by sw.nglng at the head
of Mr. Liing with a pair of lee hooks.
They missed connections. Dorothy
Lung, the Wife rushed to the .rescue
and slapped the ice man la the beBt
approve™ Pekinese style. Mr. Lung
Special Program Arranged for
Friday Night Session
Friday night will be crowded with
entertainnie'nt for ox-service men,
who are members of the' Ameritan
Legion or Intend to become mem
The meeting will be held In the
Elk club rooms, and all lOlks will bo
invited to attend. The meeting will
come to order at 7:30 o'clock. The
eniei't^inment committee has ar-
ranged for a program of sports that
Will appeal to every fan of the
Ward "Delaney, committeeman of
j.h>; second district, will be present
and will bring the Fighting Jones
Hoys" from Beaumont. The Jones
bbys ace favorites with boxing'fans
In Beaumont and a large crowd Is
expected from that .city. Two local
flshtfers will hlso given an exhibi-
man on his wrist. Mrs. Lung re-
ceived .'a fine at the city hall for
abusive language. Mr. Overbay
ceúved one_ for affray.
WILL NOT BE GIVEN
received the finger prints of the lee1 Friday is (lie date upon which of-
'hcérs for the coming year will be
elected. Two committees were ap-
pointed at the last meeting to sug-
gest names f«r nomination.
Some of those suggested are: 0.
L. Baker, post commander; Donald
E. Smith, vice post commander; 8.
A. Alford, adjutant; Robert Dtllard,
treasurer; Cecil Beauchamp, athletic
officer; *T. C. Becker, employment
officer; W. F. Van Arsdel, A. R.
Sholars, Floyd (lllbert and Claude
Malóne, executive committee.
The above la the report of only
ene committee, other names of prob-
able1 candidates will be announced
Washington, Oct. .7.— Tlie white
hoiise announced today that no sten-
ographic copy would be fprnlsheu of
this country's proceedings at the
peace conference, containing the re-
port of the session during which Sen-
ator Spencer, of Missouri, charged
that President Wilson pBom 1 sed mil-
itary aid to Rumania and Serbia.,/
Bccrctary Tumulty said the in-
cldent was closed so far as the white
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he mounted the
eps. Haensel, through >1*
announced that he desires
to be executed or to have his
b commuted. He doesn't
to "run the risk" of another
reprieve. ' . • „
Ijeglon Was Active
Haensel'e cdÉi, (lie murder of his
wife, first receWtd attention through
efforts of various portte of the Illi-
nois American Legiormrylng to se-
cure commutation of his sentence.
Haensel haw been a "guest" of the
county since February 4, 1919. Zag-
ler, who will go to this death short-
ly after Haensel's execution, also
was convicted of murder. (
CardlneUu la First.
On October 14, Sam Cardinella.
head of the gang which has borne
his name for three years and which
has been the subject of many
searches for suspected killers, will
bo the first «man to stand on the trap.
After him will come two other mem-
bers of the gang, both convicted of
the murder of a northslde grocer,
who vp called to the front of his
ctore atad «hot dead an he appeared
in the entrance, and implicated and
lu a score W other gang killings and
ware, f \
* Han* Five Otlwrs.
The other five cat set for Oc-
tober M are men whose trials and
convictions received little attention
Smith Pitches "Close Game for Robbins, ana Allows Vis
Batsmen Only Three Hits.
SPEAKER IS SENSATIONAL IN HIS PLA
New York for "Ohio City Tonight—Start Four
ame Series in Cleveland Saturday.
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Oct. 7.—The s
|§ Ebbetts Field, Brooklyn, r
Brooklyn Dodger were full of-fight and determination wh«
tliey took tlie fie|d here this afternoon for the ¡third game'
the 1920 world 's ¿series against the Cleveland Indians.
Tlie game meant everything to Brooklyn, for they
here tonight for Cleveland.
And just for? that they wont it, 2 to 1.
Bmitli pitched almost shnt-oijt ball, allowing the
but three lute. Caldwell, Mails and Ulile, who took the
for tlié Indians in turn, were struck for six safe;hits.
[Credit Men; Line Up for Drive
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yon Dead Beats.
The regular weekly meeting of
tlie Hetail . Merchants' association
was held in the chamber of com-
merce rooms this afternoon at 3
8. E,- kinney, .secretary ofc. the as-
sociation, read over a long list of
delinquents, who have failed to pay
their bills at ,different Orange 'store*.
A copy of this list wns given to
The week's accumulation of bad
Checks were looked over. It was
decided that the people who' had
signed bad checks would not be al-
lowed to make check payments In
A report was made on delinquents
who had paid up, this nelng a regu-
lar procedure, so that those who
pay up, may be able to secure credit
There jvlll b* a" mini
[members of tfte' First' v'i
church of Orange attend
day school convention, which Willi
be held Jin Beairmpnt October *8 to
October 10; '
Some of the most prominent work-
ers in the state will be present and
deliver talks on the progress of the
eflted by the talks and Rev. W. O.
White Is anxious for Orange to be-
MKTHODI8TK TO MláKT
(By international News Her vice)
Fort, Worth, Tex., Ócl. 6. --Ac-
cording to announcement tod^ay, the
Central Texas Methodist conference
wHl-assemble in this city November
10 with Bishop W. N. Altisworth
Folowing the conference, Bishop
Alnsworlh. will go to Houston to act
in a like capacity when the state con-
ference convenes there November 18.
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POimXlAl; IN TintOKH
OF OBNKRAL STIUKK
Londob, Oct. 7.—A general strike,
apparently of revolut lonary charac-
ter, has broken out in Portugal, tt
is reported to have been started by
the railway workers.
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Wheat, If $ o *3 0 10 (
Myers, cf 2 i' 2 0 .1 0 : ]
Miller, c .
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STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIR-
CULATI0N, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24,1912,
The Orange Dally Leader, published dally except Sunday, at Orange,
Texas, for October 1, 1920.
State of Texas, County of Orange—ss:
Before me, a notary public, in and for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared B. C. Connally, who, having duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that, he Is the publisher-business manager of The
Orange Daily Lewder, and that the following Is, to the beat of his knowledge
ahfi belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and If a dally
paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date nhowai
In the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embod ied
m section 443, Postal l.awa and UesulaMotta, printed on the reverse of this
1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, edlotr, managing
editor, and business managers aref ■
Putjllther Orange Printing Co., Orange, Texas.
Managing Editor—Robert K. Hicks, Orange, Texas.
Business Manager- H. C: Conhally, Orange, Texas. í r
2. That the owners are: (Given names and addresses of individual
owners, or if a corporation give its name and the names and addresses of
stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total
0tOCkH. C. Connally, Orange. Texas. .
C. H. Fentress, Waco, Texa*. |gg^|
E. S„Fentress, Waco, Texas,
:haa, B. Marsh, Beaumont, T(
That the known bond hold.
■HHL p^piRiPiPlil . mortgagees, and other security hold'
ruing or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds mprt-
or other (securities are: (If there are none, so state.
That the average numbef.<
1 or distributed, through the J
le il* months preceding the
to and mi
sne of this publíca-
lo paid subscribe:
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2 1 ,4 0 2 7 0 0. 0
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0 0 0 15 1' 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0
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Brooklyn - 2D () 0 0 0 0 0 x— 2
át first base;
UMPlBESk-0 'Day at the
Klein at «econd base; Coilnofly
Chicago, 111., Oct.
Ing to F.
beer with a
t.dld her . '
after Art inveati
Of the several b:
beer, dealers say.
the, Lloyd (
U. C. Myer , chairman of the
committee which waa appointed to
get up the petition tA have the
Bruner-Bland addition streets turn-
ed over to the county com difusión
era, stated this morning that there
was no report riven at the open-air
meeting 1aft «rtght and that he did
not Mow when it would be ready.
At the meeting the women of the
elvlc league óf Broner served lee
cream attd cake.
111., Oct. Con-
Wllllam B. McKinley re-
the republican itoinlMtlon tor
- 1 Sutes aenate. leading hla
rank Smith, by
of li.íOO, according to
by the secretary of
Tria Speaker, manager of the In
diana, played his usual brand of aen-
aational ball, and scored the only
rujt.for hla team when he knocked
a two-bagger, and came home on a
| Toinorroiw will be an open date
with the contenderá, aa they make
the trip to Cleveland tonight and
open a four-day'a aerlea in that city
Saturday. The Indiana are eonfl-
tient of annexing the first tut In
their 'own back yard.
The setting for today's game waa
Fair weather was the order
, with rising temperature,
te the Dodger*' comeback
today. The Indians were quot-
as six to five in Walt street and
to 10 in Broadway. -
Today's game, May by play:
-Evans up. Strike .«me.
called. Strike"two, called. Bain
One. Evans out, Olson to Konetchy.
ambsganss up. * Strike one, cabled.
.11 one. Ball two. Bail three
Strike three foul. Bali four
Wambsganaa walked. Speaker up.
8. Smith tried to catch Wambsganss
at drat. Tried It again. Ball one.
Smith tried to catch Wambsganss
agAln. Ball two. Speaker out. J
Johnston to Konetchy., Wambsganss
gods to second on the play. Burns up.
Strike one. called. . Strike two. fonl.
Ball one. Ball two. Strike three,
fonl. Ball three. Burpa out, Olson
to Konetchy. No runa, no bita, no
errors; one left on base.
. Brooklyn-—Olson up. Bali one.
Ball two. Ball three. Strike one,
called. Strike two, foul. Ball four.
Olaon walked. J. Johnston up. Cald-
well trlea to catch Olson at AraL
Tries again. Ball one. Jobnaton
out on sacrifice bunt, O'Neill to
Burns Olson going to second. Grif-
fith np. Strike one, .called. Ball
one. Bal| two. Strike two, foul.
Ball three.. Hits over Gardner at
third, wbo fumbles, Griffith taking
.first and Olson going to third. Wheát
up. Strike one, called, strike two,
fonl to loft Ball one. Wheat sin-
gles to left, scoring Olson, GrtffiijOl
going to second. Myers up. My-
ers singles over first, scoring Grif-
fith. Wheat on second. Konetchy
up. Caldwell was displaced by
Malls, a southpaw. Konetchy out
on pop fly to second.- Kllduff up.
Strike one, called- Strike two, roul.
Strike three, fonl In right field
stands. Ball one. ' Foul In right
field stands. Kilduff out on fly to
Wood. Two runs, two hits, one er-
ror; one left on base.
ter. 'J. Johnston np.. Strike
called. Olson out stealing
O'Neill to Wambsganss. No
one hit, no errofa; none left
■ THIRD INNING.
one. called. Strike two, caí
one. HIIb to Konetchy, ÍT*
boum$d off Konetchy's gtove
was recovered by Kildnff. O'
out at first, Kllduff to Smith>
covered Crat Mails out
.. ■ f m
Iwb, called. Ball two.
'out, Wambsganss «to Burns.
tatting right handed ror
Strike one, called.. Ball on/,
out. gewell to Burns. Wheat, up
Ball one. Sirike one, foul. Whe
¿Ingles over Bewail. Myers u;
Malls tries to catch Wheat off fire.
Ptrike one, called. Ball one. Ball
two. Strike two, foul alon( fust
I.t.ü.- line.' Strike two. Myen Out
on fly to 8ewell. No runs, one hit,
SKOOND I SWING.
ClevelaiHI—Gardner up. Bill one.
Strike one, called. Strike two, foul
to left. Ball two. . Strike three,
fonl to left. Gardner out on fly to
Griffith. Wood up. BSI! one. Strike
one, fonl to right. Strike two, call-
ed- Wood out on fly to Griffith,
who made a wonderful
catch. Sewell up. Strike one,
ed. /Ball one. Strike two, ft
Ball two. Sewell out, Konetchy
8. smith, who covered first.
runs, no hita, no errors;.
two. Strike one,
three. Stfike two, foul.
Cleveland—Wambsganss up. Nets
now playing right held for Brook-
lyn? Ball one. Strike one. called.-
Wambsganss out, Olson to Konet-
chy. It was a great rftop By Oil
Speaker up. Ball one, Sp
hits a two-bagger to Wheat,
|lets the hall get away frpm him.
Speaker scoring on the error. Burns
up. Strike one, foul. Strike two,
foul. Ball one. Burns out, J.
¡Johnston to Konetchy. Oardhar tip:
Ball one. Gardner out,' J. John-
ston to Konetchy. ;. One run, one
hit, one erroi'. none left on bases.
Brooklyn—'Konetchy up. Strike
One. fOul. Ball one. Ball two.
Strike two, foul Into' rtght field
stands. Ball three. Ball four. Ko-
netchy walked. Kllduff up. Kllduff
out on sacrifice bunt, Mails to
Burns. Konetchy on second. Miller
up. Ball one. Millar out on ity to
Bvans. S. Smith up. Strike one,
called. Strike two, called. Strike
thrJte, foul in right field stands. Ball
one. Strike, fonl. Smith out at
first, Burns unassisted. No runs, no
hits, no errors; one left on bise.
á o6e. "■ I
8trlke two. calle-l Btjrllce thre .-
called. Wood out. Sewell up. Bill
one. Ball two. Ball three. Ball
four. Sewelt walked. O'Neill up.
Smith tries to catcfh Sew>« at fir
Tries again. Strike one,
pp. Ball «
Ban one. Bali two.
Ing to second.
Malls hits to
at second, 01
Konetchy of a
great stop by
w throw. Nb runs,
one bit, no errors, none left on
Kaijuaai '•« *!•"}
Ison dp. Ball 09W
led. Olson out o:
j. Johnston up.
a up. Ball ohe.
Neis out on pop fly
runs, no hits. nq&j
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Hicks, Robert E. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 203, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1920, newspaper, October 7, 1920; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183112/m1/1/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.