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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Midnight It Is Believed Now 11 n > mn imi-i ‘ * n 11111111 »■>.»<■«+♦»♦♦♦♦* I: [ I I I ll I ll • I I ll I 11 11 I I 11 I I 11 I 111 HWWWfH4W4W-W-i4 Seventy Per Cent of the People of Philippines Educated, Report Shows Long Suffering People of Texas Demand Showdown Between U. S. and Mexico WHKX PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS DEMOBILIZATION COMPLETED, LIQUOR MAY BE SOLD UNTIL JAN. 16, 19480. MAR DEPARTMENT’S POLICY WILL BE TO OOVnXUK RETURN OF TROOPS RAPIDLY AS POHNIBLE. W A SH INGTON, June 26. —Sev - en tv per cent of the inhabitants of the Philippines over ten years old _are literate, as shown by the 1918 census, according to a cable just WASHINGTON, June 26. The received by the War Department The signing of the peace treaty will from Vice-Governor Yeater at Ma-have no et feet upon the policy of n n a> the war department with reference of the estimated population of to the removal of American troops 10,500,000. 10.000.000 are civilized from France, Gen. Peyton C. Christians, while 500.000 represents Victory Buttons For Soldiers And Officers government wheat director TO REGULATE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS FOR STAIR IJZA TIO N PURPOSES. Stevens- Wilson and City Get a Very Unique Ad SAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 27.— WASHINGTON, June 27.—Wartime prohibition will become effective next Monday at midnight without enactment meanwhile by congress of additional legislation for its enforcement. Out of a maze of confusing de- NEW YORK. June 26.—Julius Barnes, United States wheat director, made public tonight by proclamation by President Wilson granting him full authority to regulate .............. ................. by license, the exportation and im- Wilson, has just shown us the June I Men’s Christian Association, who re* (Special to Ada News.)—That the velopmentd this fact stood out clear-people of El Paso and surrounding Iv today with the decision, of the territory are clamoring for an im- house judiciary committee, charged mediate “show down” between the J with the duty of preparing and sub-United States and Mexico practically i mitting enforcement machinery, to all leading citizen believing that report three bills in one each stand-Araerlcan citizens now in Mexico are‘ n * ° n lta own le *: s a “ a capable of in grea danger of becoming victims holding Its own in the event the of the hate of Villlstas, was the other* were made invalid by con- derlaration of L. A. Ellis, supervisor Volstead of the com- mittee declared tonight there was no possibility of the passage of the Mr. W ilson, of the firm of Steven- of border work for the Army Young ^f ’ — • W I? UUU JUUl VV •• — •“» w — — - i | -mg | UU Mill t J VI V* pollution of wheat and wheat flour issue of the “Chicago Apparel Ga- turned from El Paso recently. W r *jj oint measure before July I, but I. A lapel button to be known March, chief of staff, alated yester- t ^ e non-Christians or so-called wild as the “Victory Button.” for wear _________^ ^ % _________ ______ day. Ever since the signing of the tribes. The latter, however, are in- on civilian clothes will be issued ^ purpose of stabilizing prices. J zette,” a multi-colored, "high class Ellis was in Prescott, Ari*., at rhe t bat th ere existed ample means of armistice. General March explained, eluded in the population of which to all officers, enlisted men. "fla ^ Barnes said that the regulations mercantile trade journal, published time of the American punitive ^"enforcement and ample penalties for 70 per cent are literate. clerks, and members of the army would put into effect were situ- monthly and containing over three , pedition into Juarez but immediate- ; v'iolation of the war-time acts. The it has been the aim of the depart r ____________ ^ ______ w iuuuiiiit uuvt m _____ - __________ ________________ ment to get the men back home The per centage of literacy in the nurse corps, who served on active ^ those which have been en- hundred pages, in which the firm Iv following the trouble received fu jj and explicit definition of in- as quick as possible. As to the army Phillipines. as shown by the census duty in the army of the I mted forced by xhv war Tradt # board which and the city of Ada get, free of orders from Acting Executive Secre- toxicating liquors—any beverage or of occupation, he added, that was a just completed, is almost as high Stater at any time between April matter in the hands of the interal- that ot some of the southern 6th, 1919, and November lith, lied council, but the department is states of the union higher than that 1918. and whose service was honor-ready to expedite their return as 0 f Greece. 11 a I y. Portugal, Rouman- able. The button will be silver for soon as word comes that these units j a and Servia. It is also higer than those wounded in action and bronx** that of any of the new countries for all others, whose independence is being recog nized by the allies may be released. Property Being Sold. For a time it was believed a number of units would have to be re- For the present, the ‘Victory Button” will be issued at time of heretofore has exercised the func- charge some unique advertising. tary Fred B. Appleget to go to El product containing more than one- The*matter in question is a page Paso and arrange for any eventual- j half of I per cent alcohol—set by I A ’ _ tT _ i . J Im XT' I Dft C/\ f All f* . I T-% _ _ .. # T .. 4 n I TV tions delegated to him. .#* .________ Stocks of wheat in country ele- advertisement, in two colors, of Rio*. He remained In El Paso f°ur the Bureau of Internal Revenue, valors, mills and terminal elevators Hart, Schaffner & Marx, makers of days, during which time he talked left no doubt, he said, as to how on June 13 totaled 40,033.000 bush els as compoed with 18,599,000 on the same date a year ago, accord .........._ ______ ____ ___ w _ ing to a bulletin issued tonight by April 3. this year, by Mr. Wilson, to wel1 as ,he belief ° r man y El Paso- clothing The ad~ is a photographic with many prominent business men the courts would construe the law I reproduction of a letter written the: of the district. or «» en f^ r9 - I- Ha-! Schaffner i Marx Co., on Mr. Ellis gives it as his belief, as Prohibitionist* Are (.Ie * i . « lf A A TIS I II n V rv « ♦ ♦ n VI t IIT A o rn OHO nV It is 'pointed out there is every honorable discharge to those entitled |he foo(J atiminiptlation grain cor- which is added* the‘company’s com-1 ans, (hat Carranze soldiers did as to it and to those who have already tained in France to guard American reason for tha literacy oT the Phil-property and to restore damage un- Hppinees to be still higher within been honorably discharged. Later avoidably done in the sections oc- the next fe wyears, through the ac- the button will be issued to all ie-cu pied by the'United States troops. tion c f the Philippine legislature rn airting in service entitled to it. However. American property in a t jt<s last session in voting 30,- 3. Those who have been dis*- France is being disposed of so rap- OOO.OOO pesos to extend the educa- charged before a supply of button? poration. Flour produced the week ending June 13 amounted to 1,797,000 barrels against 1.923.000 barrels the previous week, and 1.411,000 barrels a year ago, making a total produc- idly through the efforts of the liqtii- tional system so that schools will was available tor issue may seem* ^ fj our from. July. 1918, to and button bv mailing to the supply officer of the nearest military post, dation commission thai it is belier- b e available to even child ed, the general said, none will re-} youth in the Philippines main by the time the last of the Between 1912 and 1918 the total camp or station, including a re-troop>- are ready to leave. Besides, number of children in school in- ciuiting station, and for this sec-he pointed out. American soldiers creased from 440,000 to 675.000. a tion it will be Fort Sill, Okla., their have been relieved of practically all ga j n Q f 54 per cent in six years, original discharge certificate or a of the work of restoration through number of intermediate pupils true cope thereof prepared on the the employment of German prisoners gre xvt0 67 ©OO. a gain of 160 per form provided for the purpose, or, cent. The number of high school in th*- case of officers to whom no students reached 16.000, a gain of discharge certificate was issued. of war. Order Rescinded. Iii line with the war department's *20 per cent. plicy of returning the men as quick- their discharge order, or a true copy thereof. The true copy of a June 13. 1919. of 117.935,000 barrels. Huns On Way to Versailles to Sign Treaty ment on the letter. Mr. Wilson's letter is as follows: “Hart, Schaffner & Marx, "Chicago, 111., “Gentlemen: * A young man. recently discharged from the army, came into the store today, asked for and bought a ileeful. * No attempt was made by prohibition members of the committee to much shooting into El Paso as VU-1 conceal their satisfaction in hav-listas. The Carranze men were hard ing ordered the three bills sent to jessed, having once been driven the house in one so as to prevent ut of Juarez, retaking the place more than one fight. S i >nc J® mem-.. VxaT-r? fUrhtinp- and it was bels intimated that title 7, the war- pressed, out by very hard fighting, and it was . , , 0 . a matter of much speculation as to time promotion was declared end-whether the Villistas or Carranz- ^ It was pointed out by others istas would come out victors.. The Hart Schaffner i Marx suit, saying I Carraniistas tha * [ [ bullets he saw your bill boards in Brest f^H across the line, the American the Stars and would immediately come over, and and Sir con your ads in fliat the laws made it mandatory on the president to say when demobilization was completed, which would automatically permit saloons to resume operations until January ripes.” The young man lives a knowing this, it is said by some 1920, when constitutional BSiderable distance from Ada and who claim to have seen ashes o- will become effective pro- the sale is so traceable to your advertising in France that we wished Members^ of the judiciary committee said that while they did not The Philippine legislature, com Iv as possible, it was announced posed entirely of Filipinos, now sup- discharge must be executed by a - that the recent order under which p 0r tg 4.TOO schools, with a teaching civil officer empowered to adminis- ____ regular army officers who had not orce Q f 12,3<T3 teachers. All instruc- ter oaths or by army officers on By the Associated Tres# seen overseas service would be a1- t j on j a English, and will continue duty at educational Institutions, and COBLENZ, June 27. Secretary ward the American side from points occupied by Carranza’s men. the ___ ____ _____ to let von know about the' circum-1 Federals deliberately invited Amer- j Q ~ k fo ~ r actions by the' president stance and to congratulate you on iran intervention to save their own thig week or next the general view A. skins. that with the signing of the peace El Pasoans, said Mr. Ellis, are treaty by Germany and the govern-confident that Villa will not again nient assurance of speedy demobili- lowed to cross, has been rescinded. tQ be jf independence is granted. A be a full, literal, and complete copy MHelled and Colonial Secretary That the stay of the army of oc- j ar ge number of additional Anteri- 0 f The original and contain all writ- Bell, two German peace delegates, cupation is still indefinite was re- can teachers are to be employed and ten or printed matter appearing on on their way to Versailles, passed fleeted in the request of General Per- gent tQ the Philippines within the both sides of the discharge certif!- through Cologne about 9:45 o'clock shing. announced today, that the next yea r. All of the expense of ed- cate or discharge order. Tho certif!- this morning, according to a your publicity work with our E. F Yours truly, “STEVBNS-WILSON CO.” , , A . , — - . . At the bottom of tho photomap.! attack Juarez, but he is expected to zatioI1 , issuance of the presidents Af the letter the company adds the : be very hard upon Americans now proclamation might not be held up of the letter th. company aaas me | ^ Chihuahua and to take adyant-I longer than Labor Day at the latest. age ot any opportunity to raid small indeed, it appeared to be the opin- Aamerican outposts in a spirit of re- ion among many members of the venge for what the American sol- house that saloons in cities where diers did to his men at Juarez. the sale of liquor now is permitted following comment: ‘Advertising in France that sold to Versailles, passed Koods in Oklahoma. “From Brest or St. Nazaire. or tele- any one of the embarkation points in France, to Ada. Oklahoma, is a war department hold up applications ncat j on is being paid by the Phil- cate of the civil officer must be in phone message from Cologne. * • . 1 A j ler iin dispatch to Coblenz lon ^ way, oui not iou tai iui um I believe I can say without being will be serving drinks much sooner for passports for relatives desiring ippinc government. to visit soldiers now on duty in Germany. GERMAN CROWN PRINCE STOJ AT HIS RESIDENCE (Continued on °age Eight.) By th* Aasix-iatiMl THE HAGUE, June 27.—Frederick William Hoheuzoiiern, former German Crown Prince, whose escape from Hollarwl was reported broadcast yesterday, was still at his _ residence 00 the Island of W ierin- gen, in Zuyder Zee. this morning, JOK POSTER OF ADA FINDS HLS r the following form: “I certify that the foregoing is a j newspapers say true and complete copy of the orig that these two message about good clothes to ear- delegates understand that they are ri tual discharge certificate (or dis- lo sign the peace treaty at 3 o’clpck charge order) of.......... and Saturday afternoon. contains all written and printed matter appearing on both sides of J es it is thought that the Germans the discharge charge order.) What better example would one want of the value of advertising From the tone of these dispatch- than fllis? certificate (or dis-: intend to comply with all And yet. there are a few rare Hie con- specimens left w’bo will whine to ditions now contained in the treaty I the advertising solicitor -Advertisin' I further certify that I have in- : and sign it in the time appointed. | do"' 1 P^- the original discharge According to advices received by certificate ( or* discharge order) over American authorities here. the min- J L! K i LOU RTH I RAND AND RELATIVES AT LEHIGH MINE; BODY IS FORWARDED. according to an official announcement this afternoon. The fact that the former crown prince was still at Wieringen was disclosed by an official investigation by the Dutch minister of the interior Thursday's report on crown „ . . , , _ f t a a lltl British the woman who died so suddenly tact o! tssu my signature the following in words isters, Mueller and Bell left Betlin the Associated and figures: ’True copy made by in greatest secrecy possible on spec- , ial ruin. fearing an attempt on their 1U1AUO, lives. The mystery of the identity prince’s escape came from official sources in Paris. Its ac- at tile Frisco passenger station Tnes- and fig ........(date), 191—, for purpose of securing a ‘Victory Button by ma'l.” 4. When the supply officer issues a “Victory Button, he will indorse on the discharge certificate, of discharge order, or true copy, the and kind of button issued. Commanding officers will give Fres* O.. June MICKIE SAYS curacy wa# apparently accepted »itll- day morn icK has finally been cleared j thig c | rcu i ar ,he widest publicity out question circles. in peace conference up. Her relatives were found to be p OSS ;bJe in local presses. living at Lehigh, to which place her body was forwarded today. 6. In case any soldier or officer j desires further information or aid WILSON HOMEWARD BOUND WHEN GERMANS SIGN UP | By th*- Amorist***! Press .. , - _ . ^ PARIS. June 27.—Arrangements taking with him the hat and shoes is willing to do all he van for signing the treaty of peaoe by worn by the woman when she died. He was joined in his search by Joe Foster, Ada sanitary officer, in the above, Lieutenant Schienberg went to Lehigh yesterday morning, at the ' Model Clothing Co. of Aaa, a do all he can. H. P. SCHIENBERG. -fVAk'SS fc M4VAOVJE. OPVV40- Of %Ob»CQl\PY\OUS OOE TVU* IM*' or OOOO NONNAS \9 CO SAI W)' 'iW sAAiuM* wit sorAfc or dom’y 'tU\wAw# *T' Swoort ob ^ rtvs) oov.\.kus'toof Pin' GOC VA'. OsJfc VAWfY T*-tUXkOMO OONK OUR V4CX7RN YPAWt»| \ Pecord, official refree of the Toledo boxing commission, will be the third man in the ring w^hen Willard and Dempsey meet here I _ July Fourth. Tex Rickard, fight promoter, and Maj. A. J. Drexel By the Associated Presa Biddle, wealthy Philadelphia sportsman, will serve with Pecord in judging the contest. Jack Skelly, veteran ring official of New York, will be the alternate referee. ^y C .re n pw4Iiln^l1 0 ho«S ™'oJ- Sheriff Phillip# of Co*! county and IIKMONKTKATION PLANNiM ficUl announcement has been reeeiv- the city marshal of Lehigh. To- Attentlon Methodic People. The official bodies of the First Methodist church desires to express thanks to the congregation for the response to the appeal of welcome guest of Holland, the pastor for enougn money to retire our church debt. Y'our ofter- J that than the public imagines. Divisions of Measure. As the prohibition enforcement measure finally is put in shape for the house it will be divided into three parts, or titles: First, general enforcement of wartime prohibition, effective on its approval; second, constitutional prohibition: third, regulations for the manufacture of industrial alcohol, the latter two effective January 16, 1920. 1 For the first part, the committee decided to substitute bodily the bill introduced yesterday by Representative Gard (democrat) of Ohio, this being the measure prepared last winter by Mr. Gard, Chairman Volstead and Representative Whaley of South Carolina. It stands alone and its provisiqns are less drastic than BERUN. June 27.—Former Bm-1 -Volstead peror William is planning to speed- »* indorsed bv anti-liquor organdy return to Germany before tho izal ’ ions and regarded as the most entente can demand his surrender dras tic measure of the kind ever from Holland, according to a Stut- put b e f ore congress. Title 3, the gart dispatch to Neue Beliner Zei- |>y er bjn t relates to industrial alco-tung, a German daily newspaper. The dispatch states that the 27.—Ollie DISPATCH STATES THAT DUTCH APPROVE HIS RETURN TO GERMANY—-THEY DON’T WANT HIM. hoi, its manufacture and regulation. The fact that the committee fin-Diitch thoroughly approve of his a n y reached a definite agreement as return to Germany as he is an un- to procedure does not mean that a solid front will be showm in the It has been known for some time house, for it was said tonight that of the minority report would be sub- A FOR THE MI ELLE OF JULY L rpnninv’i delegate* lf sign- gether they went to the night agent By th* Awocl.Ud Pres* ^ Pres- of the Katy, who identified the hat SOUTHPORT. Eng.. June 27.— mg orc his . .. . 5Vin l fop as that worn by the woman when British. French and Italian labor Holland was not proud ing last Sunday in total reached ap- j their guest in the person of the | initted. proximately $1400.00 and we thank; Kaiser, and since the crown prince u eU \ ! j i a t p/v "aft e r* w a rd* and »he boarded the train at his station, i representatives have decided on a ST r " ,0 —> 1~tra,.o„ July 20 til or at noon next Sunday. found a general _ 21st, to protest against allied inter man who said the hat and descrip- vent i on Russia. The announce-tion fitted the wife of a miner who ment was made by Arthur Hender- . A i„ „ ^ _ _ worked in Mine No. 8 They went j nQn British lalbor leader adopted a bo eel# I assembly'this to lhiR '"“I 1 a , , ' <1 R . ur ‘‘. '• n0UBh ^ resolution calling on the trade union special assertion lam hp th , hlIpband of the I eonf . rpBfl tp ta)te acUon to com pel Notice It. & S. Masons. Ada Council No. IO, R. A S. M., will meet in evening at 8 o’clock for work. All Council Masons cordially invited. —John Thrasher, T. I. M. proved to be the husband of dead woman. I ^ British government to stop Rus- The name of the woman is Mrs. operation s. Mattie Lumpkin. She is the mother! ______ MAHON**, NOTICE. Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. A A. of one child, 18 months. Mrs. Lumpkin is 20 years old, and had been in bad health for about six llasehall Boys Thankful. The boys of the Ada Baseball M., "is called to meet at 8 o’clock ™ th ‘- H er husband has a brother I Club desires to express their thanks Saturday evening for work In the wh liv es at Sulphur and it was to U) Luther Moore for n r - - Grigs- h i s home she was going when she did at the ball grounds with his died. Her husband naturally be- Cleveland tractor, also Couch and I ie vee! sh** had reached her destina-j Hates for what they did with the Master’s degree. Miles C. by, W. M. The Hungarian population receiv-1 tion in safety ed with owers the Roumanian troops T. H. Falkner, a big steam roller. The grounds are tting in good shape and will soon every one who gave so freely and has escaped they probably think HAMBURG TO BIOTOME so liberally. We desire to say to | that with the return of the Kaiser A SECOND BERUN you that the draft has been mailed to his native country they will By the Associated Press have made good riddance of bad rubbish. HAMBURG, June 27.—This city threatens to become a second Berlin, ---- I even greater bloodshed. Spar- TOUNTY JUDGES TO MEET tacans and communists control com- AT OKLAHOMA CITY pietely and are utilizing food riots June 27.— as an excuuse for their control. in. Within a few days will present I to the congregation all needed papers to show the church Edifice I clear of incumbrance. We now desire to call on all the Methodist people of the city to co- ^ HICKASHA, Okla operate with our pastor and the The Association of County Judges Many of Hahiburg’s fine buildings i other minister# in the coming re- of Oklahoma will meet lr the L ee- u .p r p mint'd in vesterdav’s rioting. brother-in-law who "freed them from the Bolshe- of Mrs. Lumpkin, came to Ada this be in perfect condition, viki. The latter had ordered all morning and accompanied the body - * - ■— churches transferred into moving back to Lehigh today where it will It will pay you to watch l,u w tir r*-« F * - -* Want Ad columns of the News. tories ^ plFASb* ODY "faG CDcAOttSiMd- (lODcfi ■TMiS MITANI V IOO I •'WHO? Mb? Vl-S.VOT^ WEATHER FORECAST. vival wrhich is to begin July 8th. We would urge all Methodists whether now connected with our local congregation or members elsewhere, to pray for the Ham-Ramsey party that the Lord may use them in our city. Then let us call on our people to work during the meeting for the glory of God and the salvation of souls.—Official Board Methodist Church. picture theaters. be buried (his afternoon. Friday and Saturday partly! We don’t make all the bread, cloudy is the prediction from the I hut we do-make the best.—Knott’s weather man today. Bakery. 6-26-21 were ruined in yesterday’s rioting, Huckins hotel in Oklahoma ( ity, but number of dead is still un- July 9, according to R. E. Daven- known port, county judge of Grady county _ and president of the state assoria-, tion, Judge Davenport has issued a J call for the meeting. REVOLUTION IN HUNGARY RUT DOWN BY SOLDIERS Plans for the adoption of un!- By A * r form rules to govern the county BERNE, June ~ . A counter courts over the state will be dis-; revolutionary movement in Hungary cussed and adopted. President Dav- during which a monitor on the enport says. The past legislature, Danube was seized by anti-govern-he declares, passed ah act empow- ment forces, has been put down by ering the county court fo adopt its i soldiers, according to Vienna ad own rules and regulations. vices through Budapest. The session laws of 1919 will also be discussed. Let a Want Ad get it for you. t There's No Use Bea 9 the Devil Around the Bush on Any Proposition—Put the Cards on the Table Face Up, and Not Up Your Sleeve DISTRICT ©K alia ©Kiting VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 91 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY The Nation Go Dry Monday
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