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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Wanted at Ada! four New Office Buildings, Six New Apartment Buildings, Twenty New Business Houses and 500 New Bent Houses (KBhe (©jetting Jletosi VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 87 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Treaty May Be Signed This Week; Germans Vote to Accept Terms Will Preach Constructive Development, Not Tragedy in Advertising Oklahoma The Federation of Labor Endorses Telegraph Strike and Seeks 44-Hovr Week LARGE MAJORITY VOTES TO AC-CEPT TREATY; EXPRESS CONFIDENCE IN HAVER GOVERNMENT. FOLLOWING LETTER TO HIS MOTHER TELLS OF SPLENDID ACHIEVEMENTS IN FOREIGN ATHLETICS. CLAUD JONES FREED OE CHARGE OE ASSAULT “The State Association of Commercial Executives, of which I happen to have the honor of being president, is engaging in a work of r great importance to Oklahoma and if the plans of the organixation To further more efficient work can be carr i e d out the state will re-along athletic lines, a meeting of ceive muo h valuable and desirable the University Athletic Committee publicity,” said Secretary Douglas was recently held. At this meeting of lhe Tulsa Chamber of Commerce various plans were discussed and a in big wee kly talk to the newspaper more co-operative organixation ef- writers, fected. Lieut. Reed, who has had a States Resource*. great deal of experience in baseball “When the association was or- represented by Assistant Prosecut-in the Western league, has been g an j Iedt the state was divided inappointed the acting captain of the districts, a director of the team and will have complete charge ass0 ciation elected from each dis-of the organization and whipping in- tric - and a p i an agreed upon where in AL MEN WIN SECOND GAME OF SEASON IN FO! RTETNTH INNING— LETS GO! ADA Yesterday our boys took a game from Stonewall. Victory came in the fourteenth inning; when a walk, a sacrifice and a hit netted two runs. MAY SECURE PRESIDING ELDER The case of til" State against Claud The Stonewall boys threatened to Jones was heard before Justice At the morning service at the tie the score but their roll only Methodist church yesterday a col- netted one run and Ada had the lection w^as taken to pay off the Drown this morning. The state was 1(mg eQd of a 5 t0 4 score. balance of $1,000 due on the church Ada was in the lead up to the seventh inning, but an error, fol lowed by two hits, permitted Stonewall to run in two men. Ada evened ing Attorney H. F. Mathis, while R C. Roland represented Jones. building. The money was entirely raised. At a meeting of the directors of the church held immediately after By the Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., June 23. —An endorsement of the Com mercial telegraphers! strike was unanimously voted today by the have" b«n‘7uthoriied sign “on By the Associated Press PARIS, June 23.—The German government, at Weimar has formally communicated its willingness to sign the peace terms unconditionally it w r as announced by the French foreign office this afternoon. The day and hour for signing is uncertain. It may take place Tuesday but more likely Wednesday. The Italian delegates, at present in Paris American Federation of Labor which Italy’s behalf. This announcement also went on record in favor of a removed the question which was ex forty-four hours per week for labor generally and directed an executive council to work to that end. the count in the eighth. Neither the morning service the question side threatened in the ninth so the of making an effort to have the Final Flashes From A, P. Wires Jones testified that he was not to shape of the Varsity. Sgt. Mill- bv eaC h director would compile a guilty of striking his wife on the _ er was selected to take charge of pamp hlet of the resources of his greets of Alien and brought in wit- lorn: route was chosen. presiding elder located at Ada was the tr Jk field work, Sgt. Mac Neal, par ticular district, this to later be ( DroV e his innocence Hi* The game was a pitcher’s duel be- taken up. The presiding elder at > !emvp»mw r % 8 00 c champion of the W est em confer- edlted by an editing committee, • 1 “ ’ tureen Young of Ada. and Stegall, present lives at Durant. There will \\ A SH I NOTON, June 23.- Sentence, chosen to lead our tennis and from the six pamphlets a book wife acknowledged that in a tit of another of his team mates, from be a meeting of the committee this tor Knox, Republican of Pennsyl- teams to victory, while Lt. Vandiviet comp ji e d of the resources, develop- anger she had struck Jones over Stonewa n. Young had the edge on week at Madill to decide on a per- vania, announced today that after wa* elected as the head of our bask- ( . d and undeveloped, of the state |hr b) , ad wi[h a Ilve cbio k <n . a both of the Stonewall hurlers, but ; manent location for this pastor and ; the appropriation bills are passed ethall club. That these men will do for genPra i circulation anions: PCO- h Hn our bovs w ,, rF „„,ble to hit when | Ada will endeavor to pet it located | he would attempt to obtain pected to delay the signing. The German note of acceptance, it is said, is coughed in such language that it maintains the German position that the terms are “peace of violence.” BERLIN, June 23.—The German national assembly, by a vote of 237 to 138, has decided to sign the peace treaty. The assembly gave a vote of confidence to the Bauer government by a vote of 238 to 89. their uttermost for the success cf their respective branches and Die desiring reliable information about Oklahoma. The district Jones stayed the nipht she claims hits meant runs. Both teams played first class ball phases of athletics, no one doubts. pamp hiets were to be distributed by Jones struck her testified that Mrs. from beginning to end. The plav-However. remember that these men commercial executives in the respec j on ^ 8 vised language describing i n g of P. Young on third was one will have material with which to t j ve astricts the larger or state book j oneg th.it she could not repeat in 0 f the features of the game. work Lend them all the assistance ^ b , distributed by all commercial court. The game wa* witnessed by a possible. secretaries. By reason ot the war lbe conclusion of the trial large crowd, among them, about four Also at this meeting steps were and tbe necessary war work taken j udi:0 Brown decided that Jones score of the loyal Ada fans. A taken for the furtherance of the OQ by t be commercial secretaries all . wag not g U j|ty of the charge and Intercompany Baseball League. QVer oklahoma the compilation of disnussed the case against him. Companies 2 and 4 and rom panics tbe book was abandoned for the__ 3 and 5 were combined, owing to the scarcity of men. In France at the University of FRISCO SIKES CAR I KILLED: I tune. but at the recent meeting ot the association at Oklahoma c tty the original plan was again dis- Montpellier Lieut. Everett Reed i* cu < se d and a resolution prevailed to adjutant of the A. E. F. student body consisting almost entirely of officers who are required to have pot it into execution at once. No I •envisions. Unfortunately, there is a pro college credits to enter. Everett* is V j S i 0n j n the constitution of Okla-taking a French course, is captain h oma which prohibits the expendi-ach of the University base njiv of gtate f unds for purposes of . C. C. MIEL DELIGHTFUL HOSTESS and coach shower during the latter part of the first inning made the grounds heavy for a few innings, however, this did not last long. We are in need of some real ball players, and we must have them soon. We are planning to have the opening game at home next week and would like to have more of the fellows out to practice. Our next work out will be Thursday afternoon at six o'clock. Lot's all be here J A Smith Is the Ada rep- on his resolution expressing unwill-resentative The directors voted ingness to accept the League of Na- unanimouslv to try to get the dis- (ions covenant as inseparable from; - trict headquarters located at Ada the peace treaty. and agreed to give some $1800 to- - - ^ Frisco passenger train No. w~ard paying for a parsonage, or .15 WASHINGTON, June 23.—Sen- j 597 while speeding on her way per cent of its cost. If Ada secures ate and House conferees today ap- southward Sunday afternoon colate presiding elder the name of, proved the agricultural bill rider ! i ided with a fi ve pa ssenger Ford the district will be changed to the providing for the repeal of the ear one rai ] e west 0 f Bryant. Miss Ada district. daylight saving law on October 26. Pauline Lockhart was killed in- — -- stantly, Miss Maude Deen and Mrs. PARIS, June 23.—The German Myers, the two other occupants of answer regarding the peace treaty the car, were seriously injured, was received by the peace confer- Mrs. Myers is the wife of the super-ence this afternoon. Its contents intendent of the cotton oil mill at had not been revealed up to 3:45 Weleetka and Miss Deen is th© o’clock. The Weimar dispatch stating Germany w*ould sign the treaty DADY LOST ON MAIR LOOKING FOR WATER Mrs. Cora McKeel was a charm- the r e and get our team to working Baby Lucile Ruth. 2-year-old ball learn. Bart J** advertising th.; resource, of OU*; hottess Saturday ani Saturday in Mg lea*,ie style. We can't have dauKht er of Mr. was filed in Weimar at 4:08 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Apparently it referred to ’he German government’s decision to sign the treaty daughter of a prominent grocery-man in Weleetka. Miss Lockhart lived four miles west of Weleetka. The train was going at the rate of fifty miles an hour when the accident occurred. It seems that v TO,,- , w ing hostess Saturday and Saturday in Pit league siyie. w e rani nave daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. L. IL reservations of which it gave accident occurred. ii seems mat ar ^ tpin« in Franc* homa, the result being tim n ni ^ M wheQ ghe presided over a a first class team unless we work I Ruth, was lost on Main street tor u to allies and which was later | the women in the car were attempt- games with other te rn* _‘ prebeaslve book on the s . ^ - house party and six o’clock dinner together. about two hours last Saturday night. * ted ‘ ing to cross the track ahead of the * in her home at IIT East Tenth. The suits for the team are ex- Mr. Ruth. Hie father, is employed ; • ..... ... Mrs. Mc Keel’s son. Bill, was host at peeled to arrive this week. The suits at the O. K. Meat Market and Mrs p 1 rBraoi ’' v Italy and other countries.—The ever been published and in this re Soldier-Student. Montpellier. Franc?. spect oklahoma is far behind prac- ll Heil IN A Diavx » l![U6St9 WO . . ♦1»1« mother Mr® in (le,al1 an<i Wi \^r? U acid- eon at Mr8 * Lands lunch room. Sat- Baldwin, 3b lowing Jletter to his mother, Mr lration8 thc legibilities along m*rt afternoon fond memories of Stegall, p.. be interested in reading the fol-letter to his mot W. L. Reed of this city. cultural, horticulaural, and ""jr old swimmin’ hole were rehears- Paxon. c. . . raising lines, and als ?J h(> ^ K tho ed whe n Mrs. McKeel and Bill en- Neal, ss____ s at the City Marshall, cf cuing a delight-i Durham, 2b six courses was sen- G. Byrd, lf. C. Byrd. rf. “Thursday, May 29, 1919. “Mother: “I am traveling practically all ^“Mineral the time, and do not have much time to write. As manager and coach ............ of the University base ball team I b “^‘ seeker. In other states these 11 am very busy. We have played 12 books are issued under the author- , h<> houM beautlful of the state, ait - , hncH Hnldos in heightened mineral deposits of 0 ^bUities ! tertained their guests timber development p^lbi ities Bake. Saturday event the mineral waters and all of the ^ dinner in s*------ resources developed and undeveloped seven which might appeal to a prospective daisies and sweet peas. lty games and have only lost 2 games ^ ^ We are on top. I expect to win the JTare championship and pennant of the ’ . league. “I sent you cards from Italy, Niece, Barjitz, Bordeau and other points. “Perhaps I will go to England next month and also Brussels ^<111 ii-CL ‘ *1/11 * ----- ^ ‘ of the secretary of state or immigration department and have been found of incalculable value to every state in which they are published. Because of the prohibition in Ok- marked each guest’s plae. Rutlege, lh. Those enjoying this attractive Kiaser, c party were: Misses Mae and Bernice Crandell, Patrick, Fern Williams and Lorena G. Young, p.......5 •'When I have finished here I ani b “ h tTTlfen^up by 6 some* organization.' Kenton of benison. To: /'j 11 SR _^“’ ordered to report hack to the 3rd -bout:!,, that the S army headquarters in Coblenz, Ger- Stonewall. AB H R PO A ......6 2 0 o 2 ......6 I I 0 2 ......6 0 I IO I ......5 I I 3 3 ......5 0 0 o St 0 ......5 o I 3 2 ......4 I 0 o rn 0 I 0 2 0 ...... 5 0 0 3 o A da. AB H R PO A ......6 o I <> 3 .....5 2 0 o St 0 ......5 0 I I 0 lb... . 5 I I 5 3 .......5 a 0 o 2 .......5 I 0 4 I ......5 0 0 12 o St ......5 3 I I 0 .......5 I I 2 3 WEIMAR, June 2 3. — German surrendered to the off Kiel, Wilhelm-points, have been Lerrnan sailors, ac-Ruth de- cording to a report received here train w*hieh resutled slision. in col- cold water and started down the street in search for same, asking WEIMAR, june 23.- MAN DISAPPEARS; FOUL PEAY FEARED Dr. Haniel er of the ______ _ , who was a sired drink. After having safely [asked to convict the peace arrange-; The sheriff’s department has a made the trip down Main street to men ts at Versailles, has notified his asked to help solve the myste the Frisco station without securing government ie will not sign. tilt* ll I UL' Ii W * vu v* | crossed the street at a perilous PARIS, June 23.—Germany to- the treaty been stery of John Berton King, who suddenly disappeared from Ada Sunday night, June 15th. The father of King was up from Roff yesterday and says they cannot understand his actions and fear foul play has befallen him. John Berton King was employed as a printer in the office of the tional time they pleaded that ma. He has a wife and two ehil-change in government and dis- dren who live in that town. He *d conditions made it difficult came to Ada with Elvin Eads, edi- EVERETT.’ At the Ada Play Houses lls officially announced that Germany WMH sign. i i it ion Messrs. Roy Coppers, Denison; Clyde. commercial ex « c "*‘ v * 11 I Channel Hear. Bonham. Tex.; Hazelwood and „ organization is the proper channe I adonia Tex Be- “Well it don’t matter we will all roUKh which the matter shall be Loyd Caln ot Ladonia, lex. ie be home by .he fire, of September. .Ides the out of town .or Hope you are all well. You did not handled. wliu<- dinner were. Mr and Mra. W T. mention in your letters regarding „ As „ we „ known , the north-1 Anderson Mr. ami Mrs. H E. Rog- the pictures I sent you. I will try tt , rn part „f the state is prolific ^ rs - M ™- s - W. Hill and dauy.h . and write as often as possible. in lead and aine; has wonderful Pos- Anna ILaurie, Mr. and Mrs. O. I. "I AVA in 'ill I in IMO an* HHV, u hor*I- Wright and son Clyde, and C. H. Love to an, sibillties along agricultural, horn cultural and stock raising lines; has } L tile Aqa __ mineral and artesian waters; good railroad facilities, and the development is only beginning. Central Ea*t Section. In the central east section, bordering the Arkansas, are immense deposits of marble, oil and gas, ————— some lead and zinc, much coal, tuvairiv hardwood timber and splendid fruit AMERI! AN. lands. Practically none of these Ruth Roland appears In The ‘ have ever b A- n properly Tiger’s Trail.” The greatest of out- loUed and tbey are little known door serials. Harold Lloyd c omedy, tQ the citizens of Oklahoma and one of those funny Big \ ®o m " ii v j nc i n the other sections of the ©dies, “Soapsuds and Sapheads. : living in Coming Tuesday: Dorothy Phillips southeastern. In the southeastern section there are valuable deposits of asphalt, Musical immense timber forests, fertile val- , , finn ii ©more I B*ys. coal and land unusually well dec i are d that Germans regard the show Mannv Klark Fred adopted to vineyards and orchards, , ternig as impracticable and their Hawaiian BUI. with literally thousands of acres , s , KnafurP lg gj ven under duress. t’aunt Roy ann * ttnrtnonv lyidP dormant because of the poa- -f be no te concludes by saying the Featuring Roquemores fiibilitleB being unexploited. 'Germans wMll sign, with reservations Quartet In the pictures iiaoy Nort h Central. | relative to turning over those al- rie Osborn is shown in Lh 1be north central section of leged to be guilty of crimes and the ll'sieu.” A fine program. | the oil and gas fields are admission that Germany is guilty (Continued on °age Eight) of causing the w^ar. able to do. On reaching the Harris ; hotel corner. Ruth decided to turn south into the residence section where the sidewalk was not so crowded, but as she crossed the, alley between the hotel and the j home of Frank Jackson, she missed the bright lights and. baby like, began to cry. Mr. J wife took the child into their home complete arrangements. Normal Notes WEIMAR, Sunday. June 22.—It J xKltltlllLF STORM IN MINNESOTA TOWN LEAVES DEATH GERMANS DENY CAUSING IHE WAR AND RUIN IN ITS WAKE. The enrollment today reached the Mr. Jackson and | high figure of 890. Today was the beginning of the and telephoned police headquarters. I fourth week of the summer term. During all this time the mother *p he bes t work the school has naturally had been quite frantic ] KnovD j 8 being accomplished. The and had instigated a strenuous term end j u iy 2*th. _____^ o ___ _ ___ ____ search for her child and need we Miss Anna L. Diehl, representing Stratford and ran into a bridge say here, safe again with mot her, extension department of the A. | which threw him from the car and tor of the Tribune, and two other young men on the west-bound Katy Sunday, June 15th. H© stayed here until train time that night with the other men. When it was near time for the train to leave one of the members of the party had not arrived and King went in search of him. He never returned from the search, missed the train and nothing has been seen or heard of him since. A report gained circulation last week that a man by the name of King was traveling In a car near little Ruth could water she w'anted. have all the In Destiny.” Special music. Henry LIBERTY. Roc* uemo re’s By the Asaodite4 Pres* EVANSVILLE, Minn., June 23 — Forty-seven persons are known to be dead, 160 injured and in emergency hospitals, and property valued - at $6,000,000 destroyed is the re- , . , I suit of yesterday’s storm which P\RISOLI ne 'The German l lwept throu * h Fergus Falls. Relief PARIS, June 23. The » j a worlt ig under way. It is possible note to which the council of four replied today by rejecting suggestions for alteration of the treaty, the death list may reach sixty when the ruins of Grand hotel have been thoroughly searched. Hundreds Probably Killed. ST. PAUL. June 23. — Only meager reports are available earl? today of the loss of life and property caused by the tornado at Fep gus Falls last night. Probably 204 are killed ani 700 injured. Telephone and telegraph wires are down and roads are impassable. BRITISH EIGHT BOLSHEVIK! SHIP By tho Aasoolatf'd Press HELSINGFORS, Thursday, June 19.—British warships Wednesday torpedoed the bolshevik armored cruiser SlajtiA. The bolshevik battleship Andrei Pervov8anni is believed io have been sunk by a British torpedo near Kronstadt Thursday, according to a Finnish naval dispatch quoted in a Helsingfors cablegram to the Daily Mail. Let a Want Ad get it for you. & M. College and working in conjunction with the United States department of agriculture spoke to the faculty and students at chapel this moning on the boys and girls club work in the southern states. She also spoke to the domestic science and agricultural classes later in the day. Her work was very helpful and the Normal was very glad to have her as a visitor. Miss Anna Weaver Jones in charge of the physical culture classes w r ill give an exhibition on the campus tomorrow night of the work her classes are doing. There will be games and plays and the exercises will begin promptly at 7:30 o’clock. Dr. Andrew Thomas Smith gave his opening lecture at the chapel this morning. His subject was “The Focal Point In Education.” A write- rendered him unconscious. It was said he was taken to the home of Joe Clarke where he had remained since. His father called Mr. Clarke yesterday and learned that no such man had been seen in that community and that no man had been hurt out there. The officeis are rendering every assistance possible in the effort to find the missing man, and anyone knowing his whereabouts will confer a great favor by informing bis parents or the officers at Ada. A good crow d of Woodmen Circle ladies came to Ada from Stratford yesterday for the unveiling of the monument to Mrs. Oneal. They were assisted by about ten of the ladies of Ada. After the unveiling the ladies from Stratford were enter- __tained by the Circle of Ada. The up of his work will be given to-’day was inspiring and beneficial to morrow.
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