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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Communities Are Just Like Men in Business: If The, fail to K, Advertising the Undertaker Gets Them Sooneror Later "f it- _. _ .jttffek VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 99 RETURNS ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY AVI. IN __ President Wilson Charged With anizing Secret t i iui ivK.vVJ FISH ISC EXCURSION COMPOSED OK OKLAKOMANS, i AUK TO UK AT; SKA. Mrs. Mr? BIT.LHT1N J. B. sister qf %V. Sleet go, who is visiting i in Ada. called up Ardmoro today' regarding the five men who were. reported' to have lost their lives in' a storm in a shir a' Corpus Christ! I yesterday and learned that a mes-j sage was received at Ardr.iore thiSj morning statins that the ship which they were on had been brought in; and" all had been saved. There were five Ardmore in the party. i CORPUS CHRIST1. Texas. July fears are felt here for the safety of six prominent Oklahoma oil men and a crew of three who were swept to sea today in a heavy; storm. i At a late hour nothing has been heard from them, and very little hopes are held for them, as their boat was a small one. and the sea was unusually high, In the party were: J J. Mc.Mester. of Tulsa. ami- JIcAlester. Okla.. who was host. P. C, Dings, banker and finan-j cier of Ardmore. i B. A. Simpson, oil man and n- nancier. of Ardmore. X E. Geagin. banker and oil man of Ardmore. i Thomas YV. Champion, district: judge, of Ardmore. R. P. Poland, real estate man of Ardmore. The men were aboard the gaso- line launch. Waldo, as the guests of Mr McAlester. They left 1 yesterday afternoon on a small cruise fishing and pleasure seeking, i Ear'lv this morning a heavy gale came up of a sudden, anil con- tinued uiyil mid-day Since then nothing has been heard of the boat. c First reports received in Oklaho- i ma Citv indicated J. McAles- ter former lieutenant governor, was the McAlester mentioned in he above dispatch. This was ater dis- proved bv news from McAlester. saying tnat the former lieutenant governor was ill _at Jits home there. loioUKNOF OCCUPIED BY BH! MILITARY FOUCKS ]H tin- A-isui'lati'tl ROME July 6. oeen occupied by strong forces and machine suns. me same thiiis: has happened at most CHAIRMAN GRAHAM OF SPECIAL HOUSE COMMITTEE SAYS CHIEF EXECUTIVE VIO- LATED THK LAW. Hy I lie Asso.'lnt.'d 1'ivis WASHINGTON, July es that President Wilson organized the Council of National Defense -be- fore war was declared with Ger-1 many, i.i absolute violation of law, j and "thereby created a secret, gov- ernment which formulated all war legislation, dictated the country's policies and befriended "big busi- ness" were made tod-ay by Chair- man Graham of the special house committee now investigating war expenditures. The council minutes were read by Chairman Graham, together I with a report in which he asserted that the council assumed such Dedicatory Service at Big Tabernacle Last Evening Over People Present The meeting of the Confederate Veterans, their sons and daughters, mat UK- the city hall yesterday was one broad powevs that Major General of the best meetings this .issocia- Goethals former chief of purchase, tion has had m a long while. Not vorxge and traffic denied it, cab-1 only was the spirit of the meeting 'net' officers protested against it, alive but the attendance was much Jud-e Gary accused it of oper-! better than usual on such occasions. ui ui LUC jiu visiby astonished- Captain W. H. Fisher presided at Crutchfield, pastor of the Meth- this clty- delivereri [TheNew County Officials Were Sworn in Today i odist church was askeil by Captain Roddy, after i Lhe jnvocatjon. which R. C. "Roland an By tho Associated Tress WASHINGTON', July dent Wilson addresses the senate on the peace treaty and the League of Nations at p. m. Thurs- day, according to an announcement made here today. The scripfure lesson 'Of the evien- j TJJK BIG WILL v. i ne scnpLUie ui I'li-ii-, ikiij inspiring address to the veterans j jnR wag by Rev .Morris, of the START HOMEWARD TOMORROW and thoir friends. Mr, Roland al- f Bapt.jst church, and consisted of ways entertains his audience, no j (ho [irst fourteen verses of the first i By the Associated Press maticv what the -occasion. I chapter of John. This was follow- NEW YORK. July It was decided at the meeting j yesu-rday that a day will be set, uside during the reunion as "Sol- Day." en over to Photo of rivnm-r Clemencwm. of Vnuioe, niul (he Ginnl Pen With Which Me Signed tJie Pence Ti-eniy. has CLAUD KILLED HI THE DEVIL, IT This was the regular meeting for the members of the county j commission of Pontotoc county, and I also the time when the new offi- cials take the oath of office. The commission met in regular session aaid the following new com- I uiissioners were sworn in. J- I- j ami IT. E. Bibb. Mr. D. W. Swaffar was also sworn in ns i county tax collector and Mrs. i Gladys T. Wnddox was sworn in as i "i his assistant. Mr. A. Floyd also! 'I took the oath of office as county: I superintendent, succeeding himself. This was all the changes made in I the officials of the county. A fuller I Llltr ui i report of the commissioners' work This day will tie giv- the veterans of the world war and all soldiers of Pon- totoc county, Ada and in fact the whole state will be urged to at- tend on this day and take part on program. Dipping Vat War Opens With Guns In Latimer Co. i U11 it jj L t; u I VF 1111 U.J -1 i ed by prayer by Rev. Duncan, of the Nazarcne church, after which a quartet, composed of Rev. W. M. Crutchfleld. L. T. Walters, C. E. Cunning and A. L. Fentem sang a beautiful song entitled, "Save the Boys." Next came the general revival announcements by Rev. Beck, of the Presbyterian church and chairman j of the tabernacle committee. Among l other things Rev. Beck announced that, a gateman with full police pow- j ers would look after the grounds during the revival campaign; that roped spaces would be provided for cara: thai all cars would be in his care snd that the gateman would assume full responsibility for their W 1 Scott, commanding the big dirigi- ble R-34. definitely announced to- day that the dirigible would start its return journey at five o'clock tomorrow, flying over Boston. The R-34 will not circle over New York before lurnirts cast, he said. THE PllfflLl IE will be given tomorrow after new commission is organized, the Claud Jackson, the teu-voar-old; Mr. K. Dahlii.ger. firsi vice-presi NOTICE. Ada Lodge Xo. 11 !l. A. F. A. meets in regular monthly com- other rebellious towns, especially son of Jackson, killed of .he Mammoth Department and Brescia, where W-e wounded. In Genoa a mob to ing. reduce prices was orderly and ransacked. no at Stratford Saturday niorn- killing was caused by the accidental discharge of an tiu- to'.iintic p-sdil wiih which he WHS Store, Shawnee. has just recently j writ'en a letter to tho ministerial j alliance of this citv. in which he I speaks very highly of the Ham-j playing. ;Ramsay company, and in which VOOD RIOTS IN ITALY unck> ol.' ctfngra ulates the city on securing KOUi> OK HVIMJ told a News reporter today thati.. n Cv ,hr- 'the hoy hail iftkcn the pistol un- July 7--Riots against i known to his mother to their barn thp hich cost' of livinix in central, hf. house. Soon the discharge Italv have resulted in forcibly ro-; of was hoard, but Mrs. ducing prices of many things, ac-, j, lo an exploded munication at S o'clock this eve-, revor ticks from cattle hords. More ning. A good attendance is JOQ farmers are sa-id to have "MILES c. GRIGSBY, M. MICKIE SAYS lllus real- illllClIlii UllU'T Wl u m_ cording to reports received Irom; made no mvestiga- manv places where disorders lillt tne C1TT Tmirshal of Shopkeepers here decid-. Strairol.rt the report and ed todav to reduce their prices with-' out waiting to be forced to such by mob violence. -Mating izing that a pistol had bffin dis- charged. He we.nl to who j charged the piRtol anil found the Community Pmyer .Meoting t u top of uie ba.rn, a bul 'Everybody will be expected his boy v the Tabernacle next eve nlng at the Community Meeting. Last week for ;i Tno letter follows; "Gentlemen: I am Informed that you are about to open a campaign against the devil with Ham and Ramsay to lead the fight. I was not only asked but anxious to come down right the beginning and tell you of the benefits derived in lust "such a meeting in Shawnee. nn de- ___ ._. sin a bullet and a way of bis own in cleal- we Pruyor had a in every way. The dedicatory serv- vas aiispicions already Funeral eei-vices were held at the family home yesterday attended by a large concourse of sympathizing friends of the heart-broken parents. fa A NT SAVED BY VKRY NAH1WW MARGIN evangH campaign now Come and bring the entire and be aBBurefl that you will MINEOLA. N. V.. July 7. well repaid, ____ In the first place Dr. Ham is able and forceful speaker; ho spises the very appearance of and a way of bis own in t Ing with It. Mr. Ramsay, .his able assistant, has a. faculty.'Of--making you sing whether you want to or not. Doth are clean-cut, Christian Ven'tlcmen and any community who invl'ijs v'll lie greatly bene- fited. Shawnee was fortunntc in having the Hnm-Rnnisny revival. It- did not only add to the membership -ThR Cannibal Movie Fans. New ZeR'ind Maoris, nntlve Jtrv- tnese nnt1 catinllpulf cf the Sonth ifiea Islands have developed a rave- appetite for the American movie Their appetite, however, doesn't crave blood. They wnot them on the screen. Old mattresses made new. WO.OO. New 01' "very protejtent. church, but it nuide better Christians of those who iTiniiuuuo. already belonged. The leading bus- big dirigible R 34 was torn from its ]negs houaes in -this city not only moovings this morning by a but attended the meot- lent gust of wind. The cross glrd- i hut attended the At W6 stores er holding the rope snapped under and attended in a body. This storei fhe strain, ripping a six foot hole witn employees supported Ham-1 In her gas bag. The giant dirt-1 gible was saved from being blown away by three hundred .men who welzeo the guy ropes and held -her down with the greatest difficulty. Throw that can't hide it. naminer handcuffed. Ramsay of which we are Justly proud. "I regret that I cannot be present at the opening tond give rny testi- mony in person. I leave lor New York City early Mon'day morning, but should I get. back before the meetings close I will try to attend at least one day, "Very respectfully, "E DAHLINGBR." A Want Ad Get It for you. I sworn to assist each other in resist- ing, by fovce of arms, any deter- mined effort on 'he part, of officers to requira the dipping of cattle and. within the last week, four dipping v.iIs have been dynamited. The arrest of Bob and Rich Johnson and Ed Henning, reported last night by Sheriff John Shaw, By tlie Associated rws? assume 11111 responsiuniLj iur LUCU V', care and- that peopJe would not be yASHINGTON allowed to drive cars in or out the grounds after that S. GEORGE has riei- couatv seems threatened with S competent nurses: -that a hjdrant rested the better pau of the day the most relentless nght which has '.had been ms ailed at the d ,u some time on the upper vet developed in Oklahoma in con- drinking water could be had, deckp Today lle will finish his uoction with the state and federal etc. I congressional address. All arrange- "SvoVnmonU' campaign .0 eradicate The revival services w.ll nave been mad_e for arriving i- York early Tuesday after- in Tuesday o'clock each evening, the songj. service running until andj'nooni antj those entering the grounds after 'night. Hiat hour are asked to enter at 10th street entrance instead of the SKORETARY LANSING TO Rennie Ave. entrance. BK RBMBATED BY POLK After the general announcements i HV Assoi-lnti-d rress by Rev. Beck, Prof. Fentein an-1 PARIS, July nounced that there would ,be another ,Vas made today that Frank I. uty sheriffs who were driving fifty of cattle to a The Johnson brothers and Hen-nine had appeared, from ambush, with rifles drawn, and commanded the officers to nuit the game. Fear of getting three of their number killed caus- ed the officers to withdraw but warrants were immediately issued and, headed by Sheriff Shaw, a posse 6t officers last night sur- prised tho registers and placed them undeir arrest. Because of a threat to rescue the prisoners, the three men were rush- ed to the state pentitentiary for safe keeping. Seventy-five anti-dip- pers were, said to armed .for the attempted rescue. Twenty-five ar- rests, altogether, 'have been made in the last ,two days. No develop- ments occurred today and it is bo- lieved the backbone of the resist- ance has been broken. preliminary service at the tabernacle Wednesday evening. He also called attention of the audience to tho fact that the publicity committee (Continued on Page war secretary, 'has been asked to come to Paris to relieve Secretary Lansing as head the American peace mission, if Folk's health will permit. ALUES DISCUSS MATTER OF GERMAN CENSORSHIP By tlie Associated frons PARIS, July of cen- sorship on communications with Germany was the program for dis- cussion at tho Allied council ses- sion this afternoon. It is under- stood that the supremo council on economics has recommended that the censorship -bn lifted colnciden Lot'a Want Ad get It for.ivou; biHly of ra.in in southwest. TUESDAY Cloudy with proba- tally with the raising of the block- ade. THE NEWS TO PRINT COVENANTER LETTERS The News begins today the publication, serial- ly, of the "Covenanter the same being an analysis of the Covenant of the League of Na- tions, and written by eminent men. These letters were prepared by William How- ard Taft, Ex-President of the United States; Geo. W. Wickersham, formerly United States Attorney General; A. Lawrence president of Har- vard University, and Henry W.-Taft, of the New York Bar. There are twenty-one letters in all and by spe- cial arrangement with Doubleday, Page Co., of New who will soon bring them out in book form, the News will carry one letter each day until the entire series has appeared. Those who wish to falniliarize themselves with what the Cov- enant really means, will find the Covenanter 'Let- ters very interesting and instructive.
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