Ada Evening News, July 9, 1919

Ada Evening News

July 09, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma At the    Entrance, “LifeToday” There Are    Two Mirrors~One Shows the Mistakes of the Past the Other the Possibilities of the Future DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER IQI ^he &Da Clinting incuts ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1919 Mrs. Correll Relates to News Her Harrowing Experience in Mexico ism r A BEVY OF NEPTUNE’S FAIREST DAUGHTERS s ” Wilson rom OK i'llIMB AND BARBAR- «/)„„    7V» O fe ITV HK ADK UKK HISTORY I KJUF Xii HU I I CZOfC, OK THE DAYS OF C\>RTEZ. THIS EVE ANOTHER HIL (DMWNITY PRAYER MEETING REFORE YHRIVAL OF THE BIG REVIVAL COMPANY. Judging from the attendance ou last Sunday night and by the interest that has been manifested during the week, a large crowd is expected at the big taberi^aole tonight at the community prayer meeting. This service will be the, last of the preliminary services which have been held from time to time tor over a month and will be. without doubt, a fitting climax for these wonderfully helpful meetings. Dr. Ham and Mr. Ramsay will be here tomorrow and the great meeting will :>tart rn full blast at eight o’clock tomorrow evening. Every rt poi: from all over the country indicates that the overwhelming success from tho start of the great meeting is practically assured. These reports indicate that the ministerial alliance has made no mistake in the selection of a revivalist and even casual observers note that the interest of the people of Ada is Of more than Ordinary depth. Among the men who are traveling to and fro through the country, among them Barney Reilley, the famous singer, who gave a concert at the Normal last Monday night, the opinion that Ada is living up to her reputation for enterprising only the best in the Ham-Ramsay effort.. Men who have had opportunity to observe the effects of sueh enterprises upon the moral tone of the communities that have undertaken them and, particularly, those who have come in contact with the Ham-Ramsay influence in others places are loud in their applause of Ada for bringing them here. There is hardly a question but that the business, social, and religious elements of the community are solidly behind the big movement and that the citizen who is not “in on it” will soon feel decidedly lonesome. Bringing a story of the murder of John W. Correll, the maltreatment of Mr*. Correll and the brutal handling of their son. Joe, which has few parallels for absolute brutality    an I gruesomeness, the    latter    NEW YORK. July    9.—The full two have just returned to Ada. The text of President Wilson’s speech at body of their husband and father Carnegie Hall yesterday afternoon, lies in a lonelv graveyard in Mexi-    . * r    ‘Fellow    countrymen: co a    victim of the lawless    bands    «.j am not going to    try this after- that infest that lawleff country.    noon to make you a real speech. I Mrs. Correll is apparently in good am a bit alarmed to find how many health, save for the bruises on her speeches I have in my system unde-body inflicted bv the no-called Mex- livered, but they are all speeches jean soldiers. Joe. the sixteen year that come from the mind and^I want old boy, is uninjured, his life being t(> sa>' 10 >’°® this afternoon only ii saved by the poor aim of a M »xi- tow words from the heart eau who shot several times at him    (alls    Hoboken Reautitul. as he was hurriedly making his “You    have    made    me    deeply happy way from the house into the thick- by tho    generous    welcome    you    have et of    trees and woods.    extended to me but I    do not believe Tit. three Correll* left hereabout    '"loome you extend to me Declares, “/s to See That World Peace Is Preserved WILD OVATION GIVEN TO THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY IN BOTH NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON. By tile Associated Presa WASHINGTON, July 9—President Wilson returned to Washington at midnight after an absence of four months at the Paris conference. He was accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, Miss Margaret Wilson, and by Vice SENATE DOORS TO BE OPEN TO President Marshall and most of the members of his cabinet, who greeted him on his arrival at New York today. The presidential party was greeted at the station by a crowd of several thousand persons who had waited for several hours. After brief wel-WASHINGTON, July' 9.—-The sen- coming ceremonies, the president PUBLIC WHEN THE PH ESL DENT ADDRESSES IT THURSDAY. five months ago for Mexico, with the -s half as , y I a S T * j! ‘ 0, n ? n° ^ h o ugh 1Iv tl“‘ Associated Pres* int .'at Ion of buying a farm in Me*!-    0    tbe first tim- I ever WASHINGTON, Ju co O'- making their way on south to    ’    ' Hobokon was be:-mi_ ate made ready yesterday to receive and Mrs wilson drove directly to 1    the    peace treaty from President Wil- the White House. Central America. The country here had become too thickly settled toi toi. • I .    t    hivp    son and to take up without delay have really, though I have    __ Mr Correll, he being a cattleman 1    1    *    ithoV side of the water an'd in the open’ the bitterl>’ con*:    Thousands who wanted wide fields and big pas- ‘ “od , , Y ‘ ti »,,w horn** tested question of its ratification, j NEW YOl tm- H. was looking for cheap to conceal 1. fb^n    Disregarding    precedent, it w a s; w££n retur ■ ------ ------ suk man 1 t!,«    .IIIJI voted unanimously to open the doors today and< Lt  ...... nonary force, and it i* withfoel.ngs tQ the public when the president|ered pn American soil since the pe that it would be vain foi nu to try makes his address Thursday sub- treaty was signed declared that to ex pres. that I tim. myself in uhs mitting the treaty and asking for poace concluded at Paris was “a j razing and more room. The party landed in Tampico and began to look around. A few weeks ago they agreed to buy a farm of I. tore it to pieces and burned all houses. On the other side is a river up which small boats can ply to and was the very generous welcome that The decision to hear the presi-    Slap    at    Opponents, they extended to me as your repre- dent in open session was reached ..j am afraid some people, some tentative on the other side of the without suggestion from him, a1- pers0ns, do not understand that Tinnier. And it was still more soften- though if was understood to square sion They do not see it. They tro. I ie land is fertile and    «    -    ^ ^ thp pride that I had in    dis-    with his desires. A senate order to    have looked too much upon    the mat. such that tuns grow    an    e    covering that America had at    last    provide tor the session was submit-    ground. They have thought    too year I wo crops of corn    can    ne    convinced tlle world of her    true    ted by Chairman Lodge of the for-    niuch of the interests that were    near raised,    1    ----eign relations committee, after he them and they have not listened, to GREAT REDUCTION IN RAILWAY AO TREN TS, SAYS These are some of the cream of California’s mermaids snapped at Neptune Beach, several of which promise to shatter all records in this season’s swimming races. Departmental Changes Will Make Judge Ames U. 5. Attorney General Underwood & Underwood raised. The were good, there Wing a large character. The improvements on the place Vj“wag’ welcome because they had had confirmed at the White House, tbe voices of their neighbors. I . ,    * tW° seen with their own eves what Am- previous reports that Mr. Wilson have never had a moment’s doubt story horn*, well furnished and out-    - -    -    •    "**-----  ‘    *    ------ erica had done for the world. They wished to appear Thursday. It was as to where the heart and purpose buildings correspond mg. For fear * deemed her selfish They had adopted without discussion and with- of thjs people lay.’’ tfiar the bandits would capture    , h devoted to material in- out a dissenting vote.    The    president arrived at the Ho- t he iii, Mr. Correll bought no mules.    t And they had seen her bovs The order also provided that five boken army pier, formerly the dock horses or cows, but purchased a j    ’cro<s the water with a vision senators be named to receive the of (he Hamburg - American line, tractor engine, plows, a wagon and    beautiful    than    which    they    president on his arrival at the cap- shortly before 3 o’clock. The army a Ford car and began work on the    mort o *    entertain-    ito1 and to conduct him to the sen- transport. George Washington, on f    ate chamber. The chair selected five which he saiIed from Brest, was plantation. The money did not change hands, though the trade would I ave bwn consummated w ithin a few days or weeks at the most. T ed dreams of liberty and peace. Praise for Doughboys. “Amd ranking members of the foreign re- esCorted up the bay by the battle- DR ID veil IO By th* Associated Fre** OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. July 9. —A reduction of 56 per cent, in railway accidents In May of this vear, as compared to May of 191 S. is the result of the ‘ No Accident’’ campaign conducted by railroads of the southwest during May, according to a communication received in this city from B. F\ Bush, reg ten cd discolor of railways. A total of 646 accidents to railroad employes occurred during Mar of chis vear as compared to 1.4 7 5 for last year During the first three HOISE AIK HTS RULE KOR IM- Burleson, cabled to President Wil- raise for    Doughboys.    lations committee: Senators Uxige,    ghip    Pennsylvania    and    more    than a ..._____ then    I had the added pride ]yjassachusetts; MeCumber, North score of destroyers and smaller naval Twentv" a.res of    ground    had boen    >'f Undine out by    personal observe-    Dakota, and Borah, Idaho, re-    craft broken before the bandit raid.    It    ''<»•’    the kind OI    men we had    sent    publicans, and Hitchcock Nebraska.    -------- was the intention    of the    Cornells    to    over    I had crossed the seas    wit    and Williams. Mississippi, democrats.    .^hd\(A    I.EADIXC    AM, have their children Join them as ')><* kind of men who had a ken    ------- Olin.I!K IN WAH WORK them over. without whom they could not have gone to Europe and    fJ>ClS TULSA, Okla., July 9. That s<>on    aR things were a    bit more sef- Judge C, B. Ames, former state tied. food administrator of Oklahoma. All things went well tor a Line, and now assistant Attorney-general News filtered in of the marauding of the United States, will become bands of so-called soldiers as they attorney-general, taking the place of swept down on some plantation, A. Mitchell Painter, who is in line took    all of the food    and clothing    ,    .    u.p,.p    nun    re    that to become postmaster general in | they could find, killed what stocky* !he peoples of the earth had then when I got There I saw that army of men. We have had our eyes very close upon our tasks at times hut whenever we lifted them, as we were accustomed to lift them to a Bv the Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. July 9. — According to figures recently giv-. -1 1 v J E vls£dey. stato collector tor the United War Work fund, Oklahoma, having paid appvoximate- lleu of A. S. Burleson, is the opinion they could not, or did not want to advanced by E. IL Howard, represen fat ive from this district. The rumor of Hie resignation of Postmaster General Albert Sidney months of this year an average of one i mplove was killed for every 9,-175 in service, while during May the number was reduced to one fatal accident for every 24.9S3 in service. It is believed the effects of the MEDIATE ACTION ON TUN PROHIBITION EN KO IM TOMK Ii T BILL. WASHINGTON, July 9. son. brought a smile and a pleasing wTord from Congressman Howard,! who is home on official business. J Howard Was (Bad. “Pm glad that Burleson has quit,” I The Mr. How’ard said. “He should have recent campaign will    be    felt for sev-    house, by adopting. 236 to 59, a    d°ne so long a*to.’’ prat months    special rule for immediate con si der a-    Who do you think    will succeed _    ♦inn nf nmhthitinn enforcement leir-    Burleson? was asked    Howard. OFFICERS ELECTED FOR BASEBALL (Continued on Page Eight.) MICKIE SAYS -rvtn Noma m*wo OC Ml.* IMAN    *14 'Vd’ OKI TVC    M4VMLHJ Ik OWCA)* COtAi% 1 tovkjki turned their faces toward us as T wncvu.    oowaa ^\CVC \ Hon of prohibition enforcement legislation, indicated sufficient votes to    Common Knowlc<lge. enact the measure without the “It has been known about Wash-twelve hours of general debate al- ington that Burleson would soon lotted members    anxious to    speak    for quit. and when he did resign that and against its    passage.    A. Mitchell Palmer, now attorney    .I But despite this big majority and general and former alien custodian j the promise of Chairman Volstead agent, would be named as his sue- j of the judiciary committee that all cessor, and thai Judge C. IL Ames -- of the time set aside might not be of Oklahoma, the first Oklahoma used, Indications last night were man to enter the cabinet, as assist-At the meeting of the directors that a vot(, on the hill will not he ant attorney general, would he Boof the baseball club yesterday after- reaChed this week. Every effort mediately named as attorney gen-1 noon the following officers were was madp by anti-prohibitionists to eral.” answered Mr. Howard. Con-j elected:    delay consideration by claims of no tinuing, he said: Summer Jones, Manager; Ben    quorum, demands for roll trills    and    “Judge Ames is a very fine man, Rutledge. Captain; and WL J. Coff-    hy forcing the reading, word    by    a    splendid attorney, and Mr. Palmer man Treasurer. The meeting was    word. of the printed text of    the    Is    a wonderful man. too. As alien full of pep and every’ man w*as en-    bill.    (Custodian he handled a delicate Job thusiastic to do everything possible All these attempts at delay were with tactic and honor, and as attor-j to nuike the team a success.    accepted with good grace by the ney general he has already proven Last night’s practise was the best majority until Representative Sabath fearless in the prosecution of the I the Ham has had. Sevetal new men    of Illinois, and Representative Cald-    W. W.    and    enemies    of    the govern- were out to practice, among them    well of New York, both democrats,    men*. being Frisco Vernon, one or Ada’s    brought a protest from members who former pitching stars; Charles Orr,    declared they were endeavoring by    ,iRAI>    MINES    SUFFER    AS one of tL beat players rn the state,    dilatory tactics, to Plow up the    pro-    BESUIT OF WHEAT HARVEST a u , I .ith(,rK \hnnt twenty    reeding*. Less than two of    the    nv tit# Assot lated Pre** ill 7711,    A    I twelve houri for debate had been J PITCHER. Okla.. July 9.—Th* "ce same will played at the Fair used when lh<> houw‘ adjourned, to , ad and 7lnc m|„rS in thin vicinity fronrda tomorrow ni&ht at «    conaideration Thunriay, to- „ M|ffe,,.d as , r„ult of the Ktod. Th?    WM    S with the ;day being calendar day.    „a.v,,t oklahoma and Kansan Frisoo. Okla.. team. Dates are be-    -------- Hundreds or miners, according to toe arranged with one of the army Save 5 per cent by paying your report* to labor bureaus have lert , teams from Fort Sill, announcement electric light bill tomorrow.    the mining properties here to follow .the weather man makes tor tomor- of which will be made soon.    J    7-9-11    *fbe harvest..    row. Chance to Fight Fnmns* Phnmrkinn    lv $i.90o.eoo, or 94 per cent., is IsUrOpe L'tlUrnfJlUFl    lwldipg all other states in subscrip tions. those who were the friends of free-    f    ----- j The campaign was conducted las! dom and right and whenever we By A«*o,'ut, »i    fall to laise ai funds thought of national policy and of its CINCINNATI, July 9.    Jack    Young sielation upon the affairs of the Kerns, manager of the new worlds Hie \oung Women sChnsnai world    we knew we    were    under    heavyweight champion, Jack Hemp-    sociation, the National Catholic wa. bondr    to    do the large    thing    and the    isey, announced today that he had    council, the Jewish welfare board, licht thine    received a cablegram from Promoter the war camp community service, ‘•it    jc    *» nrivileee    therefore, be-    Cochran, at Paris, offering Demp-    the American Library Association von.!    ill    computation    for    a man.    sey $125,000 for a match with the    and the Salvation Army. Oklahoma s whether    in ™    Kre«° capacity or ti    "’inner of the forthcoming Georges; QUota was    $2,000,000. f    rvirt in the counsels    Carpentier-John Beckett bout.    ,    ----- and in the resolutions of a peo- Dempsey expects to accept the CAUTER MAY GU AHD , t i    hi-    V nm afraid some    challenge, it is said, but object, tot    IMtESlDENl ^    he^j0-r    — - r.‘*They    have    looked too much up-    ™j™or to bring the match to this ,h p ARD NT ON TOUR ilson starts out is tour of the country to tell people back home about the bors. “Of (’ours* We Will Help.” “I have never had a moment’s doubt as to where the heart and purpose of this people lay. When anv one on the other side of the water had raised the question 'will    dlspatche,    today.    the    News America come In and help? I have    £ cranks. Tar,    r    TI    •    D O Frank Carter, state auditor, form- flO IS I illS DOU• er Texan and Oklahoma man-hunt- cr extraordinary, is the mas. CORN PRODUCTS COMPANY' In its regular quota of Associated    EMPLOYEES    IN BIG STRIKE Bv tho Annodated Pros'* WEATHER FORECAST. Generally fair is the prediction America    m    *    receivcKi the following: said, ‘of course America will come rn    “Washington, July 9—-The    army I    PEORIA, IIL, Julyt 9.—A majority and h»*lp.’ She cannot do anything casuaify lists today reported as ©f 1,200 employees of the Corn else. She will not disappoint an> kjjjed in action Corporal Thomas R. Products Company’s plant at Pekin, high hope that has been formed of    Mason^ of Ada oklahoma.”    111., struck this    morning. her. Ijoa;U of all. will she in this    ^be ^ew# bas made inquiry at    -- day of new-born liberty all over the    th0 postoffice and elsewhere    about    CHICAGO, July 9.—Quiet reigned wdrld. fa!l to extend her hand ot tbe city where it was thought pos- today at the Corn Products Com-support and Assistance to those who 8ibje that the information might be pany, Argo. IU., plant where two have been made free.    found, but we have so far been fin- were killed and a score or more “I wonder if at this distance you ab]e to locate anyone who knows were wounded yesterday in a fight can have got any conception of the    Thomas R. Mason.    between armed    guards and strikers. tragic intensity of the feeling of--The plant has    been closed tempo- t«ho?e peoples in Europe who have    MASONE, NOTICE.    rarity. just had yokes thrown off them, j       *    -------- I Have von reckoned up In your mind    Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F.    & A-    NAZAR ENE PASTOR, Rev. Dun- how many peoples, how many na- ^ wm meet at 8 o’clock this eve-tions, were held unwillingly under pjng for work in the Master’s defile yoke of the Austro-Hnngarian gree. A good attendance is ce-(Continua on Page Eight.) quested —Miles C. Grigsby, W. M. can, will be the leader for the community prayer meeting tonight at the Tabernacle. Everybody welcomed. ;

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