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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Light Wines and Beers Are in a Hard Row of Stumps-Their Reputations Are Ruined bp Too Much Hob Nobbing With J. Barleycorn! W(\t gfoa Charing i&tos; VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 82 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Allies Accede to Many Germany s Demands in Her Counterproposals 4 11111 I ■ «I I HI************* I I ll ti 11111 American Attack Upon Villa Forces Made to Protect American Lives UW'KIVKI) IX Cl A) AK ROOM OF QUAID OKS AY THIS MORNING SAYS A PARIS DISPATCH. By th»> Associated Press PARIS. June IT.—The Council of Ten of the Peace Conference re ceived the Turkish peace in I he cloak room of Quaid Orsay this morning. The Turkish delegation headed by Damad Pasha, grand visier. who motored from Vaucres- l!v th** Associated Pre** MEXICO CITY, June IT. The Mexican government has nothing to give out for publication regarding the crossing of American troops from El Paso intl) Juarez, according to a statement made tonight the office by General Juan Par- Henry Starr is Arrested For a Robbery in 1892 GE! BLACK EK HOUSH JUDICIARY COMMITTEE REFUSES TO RIFT BAX OX BIGHT WINES ASI) I IKER. ii Dempsey ’ll Have to Box Every Round With Me at Top Speed”--JessWillard: REPLY OF PEACE CONFERENCE TO GERMANS YESTERDAY ACCEDES TO MANY MODI FI CATION S. at __ . ragan, president of Carranza’s chief mission of staff. General Barragan, who was in conference with the president and was cabinet ministers virtually all day, gave out a copy of official dispatches from Juarez, Hermosillo and ^ other border points, giving details son. accompanied by a number of ° fighting which were almost Bentonville. Ark., in 189*. Prpnch officers. identical Amo- Scarcely three months MUSKOGEE, June IT.—Henry Starr was arrested in Tulsa, Monday morning, on a warrant charging him with robbing the bank of French officers. identical with those of The Asse The Turks, it is said, will not , ted rre?s dispatches received last prison, the noted object to any military or financial faces trial for a crime committed out of ex-bandit now night. when the was but clause in the peace treaty. Their Q ne official dispatch from Gen- 2 7 \ears ago, principal objection is to granting eral canido Aguilar, confidential 18 years of age. His friends be- ;.followed freedom to Armenia, and to the re- ambassador of President Carranza lleve that robbery occurred before I I By the Associated Pres* WASHINGTON. June 17.—By a , vote of ten to three, the House ju-| diclary committee refused today to j adopt the motion of Representa-j five Igoe, of Missouri, which recommended the repeal of war time J prohibition insofar as it affects I light wines and beers. This would indicate the senti-! rnent of congress on this much dis-j cussed measure, and it is not be- 1 lieved that the president’s recommendation that the ban be lifted i on light wines and beers w ill be by the congress. By the Associated Press TOLEDO, June 17.—Jess Willard and 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 today when the board, in accepting Promoter Rickard’s invitation to That a first class road from Ada p ic k the official for the contest, Roff through Lawrence and advised 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 Willard said today that he did Good Roads association work was not approve the suggestion to have + would promptly inform the ♦ First Class Road to Roff Is Now Almost Assured to By the Associated Press PEACE OR WAR. 4* By 6 o’clock this coming * Monday evening Germany must 4* 4» notify the powers without any ♦ + “ifs” and “buts” and “how- ♦ 4» evers” whether she will or will ♦ 4» not sign. ♦ 4* After that notification she 4» 4* will have three additional days 4* 4* grace in which to affix her 4* 4* signature to the treaty. If her 4* 4» answer Monday is ‘ yes’ the 4* ♦ machinery will be set in mo- 4-4* Hon for the greatest green 4» 4* table event in history and the 4» 4» world will have peace not lat- 4» 4» er than a week from Thurs- 4» 4» day. If she says “no” five days 4* 4* hence the peace makers 4* 4* will lay aside their pens and 4» 4» tell Foch to go ahead. He ♦ ported purpose of the allies to eject the porte from Constantinople, the “holy” city which has beeu the Mussulman capitol for centuries. WINNIPEG STRIKERS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY From Tue^dav’s Daily WINNIPEG. June 17.—Ten in the Unite I States, stated that Sta-r began his spectacular caner j he had made representations to the! that gave him the title of ‘ King state department in Washington Te- 0 f t be Bank Robbers.” garding the incident. Questioned Starr has been living in Tulsa regarding the stand raken by Gen- s i nc <> bis release from state pris-eral Aguilar it was stated by Gen- on a f ew months ago, when General Barragan that General Aguilar frn(R . J. b. A. Robertson par-would give out the necessary in- J doned him w hile he was serv ing a formation. The tone of official a s i twenty-five-year sentence for the patches seemed to ! robbery of the bank at Stroud, Ok., March 27, 1915. He had entered a contract with a moving pie- PRESIDENT TO LEAVE PARIS JUNE 24, SAID accomplished that promises an early two judges outside the ring in ad-completion of this highway. dition to the referee to decide the A committee of three, composed contest. The champion said he of P. A. Norris of Ada, Dr. W\ R. would prefer to accept the decision Threlkeld of Francis, and J. R 0 f a referee because the judges, 'Womack of.Roff, was appointed to viewing the contest from outside confer with the county commission- t b e ring probably would not be of ers as to w r ays and means of finane- the same opinion as the referee and ; 4* Germans that the armistice is 4* 4* off and the war will be on 4» 4* again beginning at 6 o’clock ♦ 4* Thursday night, June 26. 4* PARIS, June 16.—The detailed Mexican officials on the borde r ac- strike leaders in the city of Win* j t be American claim that th* nipeg were arrested in their home* atIafk on the \ .Ila force, by Amor- ^ , 0 pro duce a feature this morning. They were trans- ifan troops teas for the purpose ot no rt ray inc his life mil actlvit- port.d it, automobile* to some place protecting American lives across toe had workinc on its in the country by government police frontier. officials, and their whereabouts is Th# statement made by General at this time unknown. Other arrests Gonzales that his farces could hint* ing the construction of the proposed that their "stand might prove em-, reply^ of the peace c ° nt ® p * nc ~/° route. This committee met with bassing. . cot,mer pirope,sal,a of the German* the commissioners immediately and Willard changed hi? tactics in hts which was handed to the L, '-; n } a “ received from them the assurance workout yesterday and promises to delegation at \ersailles today lanes that $1,000 would bo appropriated by repeat the performance today, much | up in its order each of the ohjec- the county for this purpose, pro- to the discomfort of his sparring tions made by the enemy to the vided that the towns concerned partners. Instead of handling his provisions of the original peace would duplicate the amount. Tho sparring mates gently as he did last treaty. commissioners also agreed to con- week the champion worked more Among the modifications to the Presi* struct the necessary culverts. like Dempsey yesterday than he has treaty which are accorder by the Paris 1 " To collect the money from the ever done before and he showed j ronfp ‘ r ences are frontier rectifica- les, and l ad been working production. Bob Sikes, who has known Starr are without Amor- for many years, clecUredwhen he i« concurred in at mill- heard of Starrs arrest, that he did in Calgary and other western points lean help is concurred at the same time. | tary headquarters here. WINNIPEG, June 17.—The official list of the persons arrested includes R. B. Russell, the Rev. William Ivens. R. E. Bray, George NX. Armstrong, Aldermen John Quinn and A. A. Heaps, and four Russian agitators. The arrests and raid were made between 3 and 4 o clock this morning. Harris-Sarkeys Bout Brings Both to Police Court In Police Court Idus Harris, well known here, I and S. J. Sarkeys, who knows no fear, met down on East Main last — • night, and thrilled the town with __. ___a fistic fight. Lola ('hance and W nl < hanct bout look place at IO p. rn.; wen tried by the mayor this morn- g^^eys says Idus struck at him. im.: on a charge of unlawful pos- * a f ter * w hich the fur began to fly session. John to defand the negroes. They were ened eye fined $50 each. They appealed the The trouble arose, we understand, case to the county court. over a lease of some oil and gas not believe Starr had begun his operations that early. Starr’s Career. The ftr^t noted Incident in Starr’s life which lias come down to the present day in stories of the old pioneers was his duel with Floyd Wilson, a railroad detective, in the road near l^enepah, Ok., in 1893. This has often been called the beginning of his career as an outlaw. During the years that followed Starr robbed many banks, always made a clean getaway, always male bis raids in the daytime, and nev* r killed a man. That is his history in brief given by Bill Tilghman, frontiersman for fifty years, w'ho knew officially of many of By the Associated WASHINGTON, June 17.— dent Wilton hoper to leave Paris’ To collect the money irom me t , V er done oeiore ana ne shuw^i conferences are for Washington June 24th or 25th, different towns to meet the coun- j himself a punishing, hard hitting j tions5 for west Prussia, a plebescite if the Germans sign the peace ty’s appropriation the following were fighter. Willard warned his part-j j- pT>er silesia, with a guarantee treatv before that time. Immediate- appointed; P. A. Norris of Ada. M. ners what to expect and blun > o?- m r lT1 y that she will receive Iv after his arrival rroni Paris at O. Matthews of Lawrence, J. R- told them that they would have to . .♦ Washington the president will de- Womack of Roff, and Dr. Overton i 00 k ou t for themselves. , live, an address lo a joint session of Fitzhugh. In apportioning tho, -My partners have got to fight He Witt no doubt lay work to be done by each town it from now on, the champion ex- f0 n- was decided that Ada should take plained. “The time is getting short of congress, before them before them the conditions con- was aeciaeu innv AT” putn.™. They I phases of the treaty: pennission fronting the world as a result of care of “J have “the pWvUegeof slamming' for Germany to retain 200 OOO men the war, and give an account of Ada J of ' Lawrence, Fitzhugh and me as hard as they can. but I cer- in its army temporarily and a prom- his stewardship at the peace con- to build the road from tainly won’t monkey with them. I ise to furnish Germany within a ference in France. lawrence to Roff. shall continue to box them in ro-1 month with a full list of th*- per- After clearing up pressing offic- “ Tho road from Ada to Roff is a tation, allowing them to rest two sons who are to be tried for rein! business he will start on his rt Oil Cities Highway, a blinds after boxing one. In this J sponsibili f y for the great conflict • swing around the circle" speaking proposed highway running from way i w Ul be at my best for Demp-1 and violations of the laws of war. tour early In July. Many bids are Tp | 5a to Wichita Falls. Texas, sev ‘ w bo will have to box every to Penalties*, already being made for a visit. It thix) ugh Ada. Ardmore and other r0 ‘ u ’ n d with me at top speed. I ani Taking up the subject of penai- is raid at the White House that ^ 0 xms in the varions oil fields of getting better with each workout reply enters into a discus- the president is expected to spend oklahoma. The association pro-1 and I am highly pleased with the | s i on G f the immediate cause of the fiir treatment in securing mineral products from that region; modifications in the clauses relating to finance, economic and waterways Crawford appeared and Harris came out with a black- Stan’s activities. It was Tilghman who took Starr from Stroud after he had been shot down by Paul Curry, a 19-year-old boy, during land; hot words ensued, which led the robbery there in 1915. It was to blows; and they fought it out, so the story goes a speaking tour mot i n g this highway are encour- progress I have made.” I war and says that the conflict was Instead of muffling his hands 111 , brought about through the ‘Mettle 14-ounce gloves he had been j niQ4nn deliberately taken of the Berlin, Vienna and which looked suspiciously like ‘pointed out that even tho continue to use them in his daily German memorandum admits that workouts. Jack Heincn, Qje Chicago heavy three weeks on ____ ____ about the country explaining tho “ gtvd believe that iederal aid Will peace treaty and Hie league of he available to comTiruct the road. nations covenant. -—— - The president’s Binary has not been announced but he expects to visit the principal cities of the coun- ) try. I Court at Allen me 14-ouuce cision, delib< using. \Yil lard pulled on.gloves of I statesmen of the 10-ounce variety >esterda>. but t „ r»»rnniiini« v Prayer >l«‘ting. Braver meeting Wednesday eve in police court, ninp of this week will meet at the today, fcwjr hada word low. First Baptist church with Rev. C. ° a h „ nrodl . r ,, d ' for th ,, V. Dunn as leader. This is a Com- hi p munity Prayer Meeting and all the city a_ UK people are invited to attend. The Karkeja win ot ^ topic is “The Promises of Prayer/ date. after ^hich and everybody will be allowed to off the slate. take part in the meeting. Don’t - t forget to be there and come with Cemetery First a prayerful spirit. Wednesday at 4 P. M., At YOUR MINISTERS. Christian Church. 6-l<-lt Tilghman, too, who was instrumental in getting Starr’s pardon where they went f roni the penitentiary. Tilghman was ii You Are to Be Congratulated 99 Mr. Marvin Brown, Editor Daily and Weekly News. Dear Sir: I doubt very seriously if any other agency in a city means so much to the growth of that city as its newspaper. It can be made a medium to draw the people closer together in community sympathy and co-operation, and as a mouthpiece for the people in remedying public ills and in promoting everything that makes for a clean town physically and morally and its upbuilding commercially. I sincerely believe that no paper anywhere in any city twice the size of Ada is doing this in such a fine way as is the Ada News. You are to be congratulated on the splendid paper you are giving us and should have the united support of all the people. Very cordially yours, CLYDE CALHOUN MORRIS, Pastor First Baptist Church. here Friday and Saturday of last week. but could not be found Monday. Starr is hardly 4 6 years old now. He was born in Fort Gibson, and has spent most of his life in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. He has many friends in this country, who knew of his career as a bank robber, but knew', too. of the many times he befriended men and women who needed help. XVheth. r he will resist removal to Arkansas for trial is not known here. WHY HOI A BAND, SAYS MILTON GARNER Milton Garner urges that representatives from the Ada Chamber of Commerce bo present tomorrow night when the band meets to organize and practice. Mr. Garner states there are as many as twenty-four band men in Ada who should be in the band, but because of the little interest in the city generally and the lack of support by the Chamber of Commerce and city authorities they take no stock In it. He feels that Ada should support the band like other cities do as a band is one of the best advertisements a town can have. The local bandmen have been 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 MUSKOGEE STRIKE AT A STANDSTILL MUSKOGEE Okla., June j he ' p and w A Delaney, Jr., was “Nothing definite yet ” to sit as judge. Mr. Cum- At of settling v _ .___ ffiol tan/ Yesterday was court day at Allen J*** kn^l cut and the day was taken up wit! twice in the first round of the trial of two criminal cases and one WQrkout yesterday. He was upset civil case. One of the cases was ^ right-hander to the chin and the trial of A. M. Cummings on a a ^ er gating a minute’s rest went charge of unlawful possession ot ^ canvas again when Willard Intoxicating liquors. Mr. Cummmgs , j anded another straight right to the I no i urge moderation till all hope Germany authorized Austria-Hungary to settle the Serbian question on her own initiative and. moreover, supported Austria’s rejection of Serbia's “extraordinary concessions.” It is declared that Germany steadily rejected every proposal for a conference and did being a relative of 3udge Busby i ^ aw tbe judge was disqualified to hear in circles where means --------- , . tho Mn ?l Tar strike are bein* <11.- I* ^ H(1 wa9 ^present- •“ he ” Mi -" n " was given a jury trial and cussed. We’re working along two or thrc»e lines and it remains to be seen which line will be taken/ said Mayor Wiener. Cinimissloners Little and Smith who toow a definite stand against armefl guards Saturday, were also waiting for something to happen. “We’re still very hopeful and may be able to announce something before night,” declared Claude E. Conally, chairman of the state board of arbitration and conciliation, which has been working on the situation since Saturday. HA RYA IM > UNIVERSITY GETS RIG REQUEST PHILADELPHIA, June 17.— Harvard University is bequeathed $10€,000 for the study of methods to reform and cure criminals and mental defectives by surgery under the will of Dr. J. Ewing Mears, which was probated yesterday. Dr. Mears died here on May 28. He w'as 80 years old. I. W. W. ONE BIG UNION SAY CANADIAN DOUCE TORONTO, Ont., June 17.—Documents which are said to prove that the Industrial Workers of the World and the “One Big Union,” which has caused much labor unrest in Canada, are the same organization. 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 announced. ed by W. T. Anglin. Another case was that of the State vs. J. E. Cooper on a charge of unlaw'ful possession. There were four cas^s against Mr. Cooper but after hearing the evidence the jury decided he was not guilty as charg-tMi in the indictment, and the cases were dismissed. A feature of the day’s activities was the effort put forth by B. H. | Epperson of Ada to get to the ; court at Allen. Mr. Epperson went from Ada to Steednian in his car but had a breakdown at that place and had to make other arrange- j ments for conveyance. The court j stenographers say he walked into Allen but Mr. Epperson claims the M., O. Sr G. gave him a special car in which to make the trip (a handcar.) At any rate he was present, which is w’hat counts. the meeting of the Masonic lodge last night the property just north of the temple was accepted 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 $25,000. of avoiding war had vanished Germany’s attempts to throw the blame on Russia, because of her mobilization of her army it is pointed out, is vitiated by the fact that this mobilization was the immediate result of Austria’s action. x No Sudden Decision. “But the outbreak of the war,” (Continued on Eight i Court News Claud Jones, white, has been arrested on a charge filed by his wife, Thelma Jones. The complaint is assault and battery. The case will probably be held this afternoon. The ministers of Ada exchanged pulpits last Sunday for their morning services. Rev. W. M. Crutchfield was at the Baptist church; Rev. C. V. Dunn was at the Presbyterian church, C. C. Morris was at the Christian church and George W. Beck at the Methodist. ii We are Proud of The Daily 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 patronage. We trust that your business will so increase that you can continue to give us the character of paper you are putting out at the present time. Co-operation and united effort is all that is needed now to 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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