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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             TWO CENTS THE COPY ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919 Many Germany Deman American Attack Upon Villa Forces Made to Protect American Lives IN CLOAK ROOM OF Ol'AID OKSAY THIS MORA- INC. SAYS A PARIS DISPATCH. liv tin' AssiH-latt'd 1'ivss MEXICO CITY. June 17. The Mexican government has nothing to out" for publication regarding the crossing of American troops from El Paso into Juarez, accord- ing to a statement made tonight office bv General Juan "Dempsey 'II Have to Box Every Round With Me at Top Willard Henry Starr is i Arrested For a Robbery in HOVSB JUDICIARY COMMITTEE REFUSES TO IJFT BAN ON LIGHT WINES AND BEER. REPLY OP PEACE CONFERENCE TO GERMANS YESTERDAY ACCEDES TO MANY MODIFICATIONS. Uy ihc Associated Pri'SS 'WASHINGTON, June a First Class Road to Roff Is Now Almost Assured ceived the Turkish peace mission ot stan. in cloak room of Quaid Orsay this moinlng. The Turkish delegation was headed by Damad Pasha, grand ministers vi who was prMlflent and irtually all day, of official dis- t j. tvn vo GUI li wy "i vt. headed by Damad Pasha, grand NS t.rom Herraosillo anrt visier. who motored from Vaucres-, 'border points, giving details son. accompanied by a number of o( the which were almost French officers. The Turks, it is said, will not object to any military or financial clause in the peace treaty. Their principal objection is to granting freedom to Armenia, and to the re- to ported purpose of the allies eject the porte from Constanti- nople, the "holy" city which has been the 'Musstinnan capltol for centuries. Ul 111V I identical with those ot The Asso ciated Press dispatches received last One official dispatch from Gen- eral Canido Asutlar, confidential ambassador of President Carranza in the United States, stated ttat he had made representations to the, that gave lum the title -of I1UU iuawv 1 T-ft- -r W _ T> V T? STRIKERS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY From WINNIPEG. I'Mly AIUSKOGKK. June adopt the motion, of Representa- tive Igoe, of Missouri, which rec- oended the repeal of war time state department in Washington TC- Karding the incident. Questioned regarding the stand taken by Gen- eral Ajnillar it was stated by Gen- eral Barragan that General Ajrnflar would give out fhe necessary m- ____ formation. The tone of offlcml a is- sentence natches seenHid ,tn iftd'icaiv _._wi----- st U XI WllC J- Ulll HI VMVCLl .W.JTW.--- w- Starr was arrested in Tulsa, Mon-1 prohibition insofar as It affects day morning, on a warrant charg- j )ish; wines a-nd beers. XrtnL- nf This would indicate the senti- ment of con-gress on this much dis- cussed measure, :and it is not be- lieved that the president's recom- mendation that the ban be lifted on light wines and beers will be followed 'by the congress._____ PREllmEAVE PARIS JUNE 24, ing him with robbing the bank Beatonville, Ark., in 1SS2. Scarcely three months out of the -noted ex-bandit now faces trial for a crime committed 27 years ago, when the was but IS years of age. His friends be- lieve that robbery occurred before Ills spectacular career j of the Bank Starr has 'been living in since his release from Elate pris- on ti few months ago, when GOT- J. .B. A. Robertson par- doned him while he was servltrg a I That a first class road from Ada By the Associated Press "TOLEDO, June Willard a-id Jack Dempsey will have a voice in selecting a referee to judge their heavyweight championship contest here July 4, despite the prevailing Impression that the third man in the ring will be chosen by the Army Navy and Civilian Board of Boxing Control. This developed to- day when the board, in accepting Promoter Rickard's invitation to pick the official for the contest, BT the Associated Press PEACE OR WAR. By 6 o'clock this coming Monday evening Germany must ,-iotify the powers without any 4. "ifs" and "buts" and "how- evers" whether she will or will not sign. After that notification she will have three additional days grace in which to affix her That a first Class ruau nvm picK me to Rotf through Lawrence and advisod that both boxers >be consult- Fitzhugh will be built and built im- ed before a definite selection is mediately now seems assured. At made. a meeting of the Pontotoc County Good Roads association work was accomplished that promises an early completion ot this highway. A committee or three, composed of P. A. Norris of Ada, Dr. W. K, 0.1 IF 1. Threlkeld of Francis, and J. K. Willard said today that he did not approve the suggestion to have two judges outside the ring in ad- dition to the referee to decide the contest. The champion said he would prefer to accept the decision of a referee because the judges, Thi-elbpld of Francis, ana j. or a reieree ud-auoc Womack of-Roff, was appointed to vlewlne the contest from outside confer with the county commission- tne ring probably would not be of era M -to ways and mews of financ- the same opinion as the referee and ing the construction of the proposed that their, stand might prove em- route This committee met with the commissioners immediately and received from them the assurance for the or the 'bank at Stroud, Ok.. strike leaders in the c-lty of Win- nipeg were arrested in their homes this morning. They were trans- ported in automobiles to some place in the country by government police officials, and their whereabouts is at this time unknown. Other arrests are reported to have been made in Calgary and other western points a.t the same time. WINNIPEG. June offi- cial of the persons arrested in- clude? R B. Russell, the Rev. Wil- liam Ivens, R, E. Bray, Georse W. Aldermen John Quinn and A. A. Heaps, and four Russian agitators. The arrests and raid were made between i; and -1 o'clock this morning. pHUJliCo i i v ui mt vfi.u Mexican officials on the border ac- 2- 1915 Hc nad entered, ,-epted the American claim that tne huo contract with n moving pic-1 ittacH on the Villa force Ani ture to produce a feature oops was for he purpose Ot hjs ,jfc and actlvit. or ing American lives .icross i.ie %vorking on lts ii__ Itv i lip AssiH-liitrtl attack on iciui troops protectii frTheerstatemen! made by General Gonzales that "his forces could have the Villlstas without Amer- WASH1NGTON, June hopes to leave Paris receivea num that would be appropriated by I the county for this purpose, pro- vided that the towns concerned I would duplicate the amount. .Tho commissioners also agreed to con- struct the necessary culverts. barrassing. Willard changed his tactics in his workout yesterday and promises to repeat the performance today, mucli to the discomfort of his sparring partners. Instead of handling his sparring mates gently as he did last week the champion worked more like Dempsey yesterday than he has production. Bob Slices, who has known Starr for many years, declared he arv headquarters here. talj illlstas wtou concurred In at mill- heard of Starr's arrest that h, c d Id the Germans sign the peace tre.-viy before that time. Immediate- ly after his arrival from Paris a Washington the president will de liver an address to a joint session of congress. He will no doubt lay le st.ruct tne necessarj MB.C h .-hnwed o leave Paris To collect the nvoney from the cver done before and he "4th or 25th different tow.is to meet the conn-, himself a punishing, hard hitting -4tn 01 -BUI. ai icieiit iyw were Willard warned his part- signature to the treaty. If her answer Monday is "yes1 the machinery will 'be set in mo- tion for the greatest green table event dn history and the world will have peace not lat- er than a week from Thurs- day. If she says "no" five days hence the peace makers will lay aside their pens and tell Foch to go ahead. He would promptly inform the Germans that the armistice is off and the war will be on again beginning at 6 o'clock Thursday night, June 26. PARIS, June detailed reply of the peace conference to the counter proposals of the Germans which was handed to the delegation at Versailles today takes up in its order each of the objec- tions made 'by the enemy to the provisions of the original peace treaty. Among the modifications to the treaty which are accordei by the conferences are frontier tions for West Prussia, a plebescite h different tow-is to meet the coun-, himself a punisning, tions for west ce the following were I flghtcr. Willard warned his part-1 v gilesia, wlth a guarantee Sluppointed P A Nwrls of Ada, M. what to expect and bluntly she will receive at I n Matthews of Lawrence, J. R. told them that they would have to in securing mineral Fir Overtoil innb nut for themselves. __ frnm that region: modlfl- not believe Starr had toe-gun' his; the conditions con fronting the world as a result of Harris-Sarkeys Bout Brings Both to Police In Police Court Lola Chance Idus Harris, well known here, and S J. Sarkeys. who knows no fear met dowji on East Main last night, and thrilled the town with and Will ;ook place at 10 p. m.; 1 operations that early. j Stair's Career. I The first noted incident in Starr's i lifr which has come down to the present day in stories of the old pioneers was his duel wVth 'Floyd Wilson, a railroad detective, in the road near Lenepah, Ok., in 1893. This has often been called the be- ginning of his career us an out- law. During 'the years that followed Starr robbed many banks, always made fronting me worm ai i r the war. and give an account of his stewardship at the peace .con- ference in France. After clearing up pressing offic- ial business he will start on his "swing around the circle" speaking tour early in July. Many bids are already being made for a visit. It O Mattnews Womack of Itoff, and Dr. Over on of Fitzhush. In apportioning the work to be done by each was decided that A care of constructing look out for themselves. "My partners have got to ngrii. from now on." the champion nt tlie House that clean get-away, always made his raids in the daytime, and novor killed a man. Thnt is his hls- ihe president is to spend iveeks on a speaking tour about the country explaining the pence treaty nnd the league of nniions covenant. The president's itinary has not from f Fitzhush and me as hard as they can, but I 'th. road from won, w.h them. I ULllll.} t shall continue to box them in ro- I M 1 I products from that region: modifi- cations in the clauses relating to finance economic and waterways phases of the treaty: permission for Germany to retain men in Its army temporarily and a prom- ise to furnish Germany within a ,t.h with a full list of the per- in brief given by Bill announced 'but he expects to man, frontiersman for fifty years, knew officially of many j h cities of the cotin- 10 ueninu inr ene.a evi. fined ?50 each. They appealed the Tho trouble arose, we understand, over a lease of some oil and gas land- hot words ensued, which lea to blows; and they fought it out. caso to the county court. Community Pniyer MiH-tlnjj. the story goes. Prayer meeting   w MV .._._ T round with me at top speed. I am getting better with each workout and I am highly pleased with the progress I have made." Instead of muffling his hands m the 14-ounce gloves he had been using. Willard pulled on gloves of the 10-ounce variety yesterday, but i which looked suspiciously like o- l-ouncers. The champion plans to continue to use them in his daily Uje Chicago heavy- weight, was Practically knocked out twice in the first round of the workout yesterday. He was upset with a right-hauder to the chin and after getting a Minute's rest went the trial of A. M. gctting a minuies charge of unlawful possession of, the canvas again when Willard intoxicating liquors. Mr. Cumraings I Unded anothor straight right to the belnc a relative of Jndge Busby Whether he will resist remov.u llsainEt armea guams ldcd to Arkansas for trial Is not Tcnown urday. were also waiting for aorae- here, thins to happen. iJHOAlCHLiUif __ being a relative of Jndge Busby the Judge was disqualified to hear .the case and W. A. Delaney Jr., was appointed to sit as Judge. Mr. Cum- mlngs was given a jury trial and found not guilty. 'He was represent- ed by W, T. Anglin. Another case was that of the State vs. J. E, Cooper on a cTrarge of unlawful possession. There were four casas against Mr. Cooper tout after hearing the evidence the jury cont nue 10 oox uiem m i AS to Penalties. Taking up the subject of penal- ties the reply enters Into a discus- sion of the immediate cause of the war and says that the conflict was brought about through the "de-- cislon, deliberately taken of the statesmen of Berlin, Vienna ana Budapest." It is pointed out that even tha German memorandum admits that Germany authorized Austria-Hun- gary to settle the Serbian ques- tion on her own initiat've and. moreover, supported Austria's re- jection of Serbia's "extraordinary concessions." It is declared that Germany steadily rejected every proposal for a conference and did not urge moderation till all hope of avoiding war had vanished Germany's attempts to throw the blame on Russia, because of her mobilization of her army it is point- ed out, Is vitiated by the fact that this mobilization was the Immedi- ate result of Austria's action. No Sudden Decision. "But the.outbreak of the, Eighth At the meeting of the Masonic lodge last night the property just north of the temple was accepted by This gives them 22 feet of additional land. It Is their Intention later to erect a three- story temple on the property to cost in the neighborhood of WHY HOI A SAYS MILTON GARNER Milton Garner urges that repre- sentatives from the Ada Chamber of Commerce be present tomorrow night when t.he band meets to or- ganize and practice. Mr. Garner states there are as many, as twenty- four band men in Ada who should ibfi In the band, but because of the j little Interest In the city generally and the lack of support by the Chamber of Commerce and city au- thorities they take no stock In it. Ho feels that Ada should support the band like other cities do as a band is one of the best advertise- "We're still very hopeful and may be able to announce some- thing before declared Claude E. Conally, chairman of the state board of arbitration and conciliation, which has been work- Ing on the situation since Saturday. HARVARD UNIVERSITY GETS BIG BEQUEST e was not guilty as charg- Indictment, and the cases ments a town can have. The local bandmen have j. no iuum asked to play at the big celebration at Allen on July 4th which they will likely do. Cemetery Association will meet Wednesday at 4 P. M., at the First Christian Church. 6-17-lt for the gtudy of raethodB to reform and cure criminals and mental defectives by surgery under the will of Dr. J. Ewlng Means, which was probated yesterday. Dr. Mears died here on May 28. He was 80 years old. were dismissed. A feature of the day's activities was the effort put forth by B. H. Etxperson of Ada to get to the court at Allen. Mr. Epperson went from Ada to Steedman in his car but had a breakdown at that place and had to make other arrange- ments for conveyance. The court stenographers say he walked into Allen but Mr. Epperson claims the M 0. G. gave him a special car In which to make the trip (a hand- car.) At any rate he was present, which Is what counts. I. W. W. ONE BIG UNION 8AV CANADIAN POMCE TORONTO, Ont., June uments which arc said to prove that the Industrial Workers of the World and the "One Big Union, which has.caused much lahor un- 4rest in Canada, are the same or- ganization, have been seized In a raid' conducted by the Ontario provincial police, It was learned today. The city in which the raid was made has not been announc- ed. Court News Claud Jones, white, has been ar- rested on a charge filed by his wife Thelma Jones. The complaint Is assault and battery. The case will probably be held this after- noon. The ministers of Ada exchanged pulpits last Sunday for thalr morn- ing services. Rev. W. M. Crutcli- fleld was.- at the Baptist church; Kev. C. V. Dunn was at the. Pres- byterian church, C. C. Morris was at the Christian church and George W. Beck at the 'Methodist, We are Proud of The Daily News" Mr. Marvin Brown, Editor Ada Daily and Weekly News. Dear Sir: We are proud of Ada. We are proud of the Daily News. The city is growing like a healthy, husky youngster. The News has taken a jump and gone ahead like a good leader. Let us strive to not only keep up with it, but to speed up and give it a push. No matter how good a paper is, it always needs an increasing pa- tronage. We trust that your business will so in- crease that you can continue to give us the char- acter of paper you are putting out at the present time. Co-operation and united effort is all that is needed put Ada in the metropolitan class. The News, we believe, is willing, and so are we. THE ADA GAS ELECTRIC CO.   

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