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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 rn  \  One Bas Many Friends While Enjoying a Wave of Prpsperity, But When the Storm Comes, to Do Business You Must Advertise  tEfie gfoa Catting J&tosi  VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 105    “ ’ —       ——* :      •  Yesterday Big Day at Tabernacle  ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  MassMeeting BringsBig Crowd  S*  Citizens Mass Meeting at Tabernacle Yesterday Was Largely Attended  FIGHT ON LEAGUE  Of course we do not want war i Correl I to  _    ,    .    .    investigation was had ani!  with Mexico. In fact, it wouldn t bt    punished    aiul    she    and    her    son  a war. Oklahoman’s eighty thott- 4   were  f orcet j to flee the country and  all that are have returned to this state.  nevdod. lo clean out that neat of "Tbi.     U “ V"* d. "  ,    __ I w * I,    ed assault is but one    of    tnousanas  anarchists.    I.    W .    W s, Bolsheviks     thju have  ^<^,-,.<><1 in    the    Republic  and bandits, and they could do the  D f Mexico against American citi-  ..... ..........  job in ninety    days,    according to the    ^ens during the past few^    years and close of the term and all wish to  opinion of    General Roy Hoffman,    no reparation has  the anthorine?  but no no one  and troops would be  I if .frill J III I t'jH'frfrd I 1  ******'t'  GLASS EXPRESSES THANKS TO TEACHER  The class studying grammar at the Normal and reciting at 2:30 p. rn., on Friday evening presented their teacher with a token of their appreciation of the good work and kindness manifested by him during the hot summer months. The teacher is Mr. Downing and the presentation speech was made by Mr. \\. T. Ethridge of Ceutrahoma. who in part:  “Mr. Downing, for the reason that some of the class cannot remain to  FARMER KILLS TWO; T  Ham-Ramsay Revival Is Growing In Interest; Great Meetings at Week End  F  FORK MiX RELATIONS COMMITTEE BEGIN CONSIDERATION * IHF TNK DOCUMENT IN SENATE TODAY.  By the Associated Presa  WASHINGTON. July 14. — After weeks of preliminary discussion and maneuvering, the actual fight over reserved ratificatiou of the peace  ever been made  the  ton  ma-  less than three rigid  expressed at a mass meeting at the big tabernacle yesterday afternoon, attended by over a thousand citizens of Ada and Pontotoc county.  Privately General Hoffman assured his friends that he would be glad to undertake the job; and in those words he expressed heartfelt sentiments of a great jority of Oklahomans.  The mass meeting was called by a committee of leading citizens, with the indorsement of the Chamber of Commerce, and toe Ministerial Alliance, to express their indignation of the community over the murder of John W. Correll, an Oklahoma pioneer, by a gang of Mexicans led by a German near Tampico on June 16. The gang also tried to murder Cornll’s son. aged 16 years, and assaulted Mrs. Correll, aged 64, with the most revolting accompaniments .and also robbed the house |^taction has and attacked other Americans in the state or any  for the same.  “Oklahoma has a large number of Mexicans who enjoy the fullest protection of our laws and w'ho, on the slightest pretext, and frequently on inspired propaganda, make complaint to their Ambassador at Washing- ject During  ‘7*...... V—: ”    treaty,    with the    league of nations  be preseni.    we as a class unbroken     coyenant  begins    today iii the U. S.  have selected this    day to    express;  senale  The foreign relations conite you our    sincere    thanks     antl our     inittee.    to which    the treaty was re  appreciation for the cheerful, lively f erre< |  a fter its presentation by the,  and effective way >x>u have led us on throuuh this usually dull sub-  mv short incumbency r We appreciate beyond expression as Governor. I have conducted not the interest you have manifested in  investigations each individually and toward the  tragedy has not been determined. One    rumor    is    that    Chronister    wrant-  president Thursday, began    consider-1    ed    the    two    men    to    assist    him    in    dy-  ation of the document    at    a session  which may bring action    on    collateral  Interest and enthusiasm are the 5     early and before the song service  only words that will adequately ex-    had ended the big tabernacle, repress the growing and ever-increas-    puted to seat over four thousand  ing interest in the big Ham-Ramsay    people, was filled and people were   - -revival which has been in progress    standing at the rear.  at the tabernacle here since last    From the quotation, “The Fool  HOLDENVILLE, Okla., July 14.— Thursday evening.    Hath    Said    in    His    Heart,    There    Is  Dock Chronister a farmer living    It was a great service Saturday No God,” the speaker launched di-  IWO miles northwest of Calvin this »isht. notwithstanding the fact that|rectly into a discussion of the Bible  it wa  late    Friday    shot    to    death     men and tbe  f Gwn  open until a late  Crandall,    hour. The text was taken from the  ninth chapter of Mark and the speaker illuminated in a most masterful manner the power of Jesus Christ ing sat down    on    a    log    and    turned    ;  to cagt out  devils and cleanse men  the gun on himself,    sending    a bul-    from sin.  let through his head, according to I    Ham  word reaching the county seat to- address of the evening. It develops day.    #    that he is not only a great preacher  The motive behind the triple and speaker, but a great singer as  well.  Sunday Morning.  county,  George Johnson and Ed neighbors, then walked a half mile from the scene of the double kill-  class collectively.  In token of this fact we wish to give you a present which we hope will remind you of the love and esteem of this class when we shall hav*» separated to our dlffer-  on complaints    emanating from    the  Mexican Ambassador at Washington. with ‘result that none of the complaints were true; all of them were feigned and trumped UP and a part of a systematic propaganda w hich is being earned on by some i  e nt places of abode '* one unknown to me. There has not I The present given to Mr been a single    instance of injustice    ) D g     W as a beautiful gold  meted out to    any Mexican in    this    holder.  stat* to my    knowledge and    yet    —------  our citizens are not only robbed of their property but cruelly murdered and otherwise mistreated and no sat-been exacted by the other Department of  Down-  pencil  neighborhood on the same day. our Government. Our people have When Governor J. B. A. Robert- come to believe that American cit-soa heard of the meeting he sent izenship and the American flag his friend and former law partner, counts for nothing in the Republic General Hoffman, who commanded of Mexico and I am determined that Oklahoma’s troops on the Mexican this condition shall cease, border and who was a brigadier- "I hereby demand a most thor-gener,I in the ureat war and who. ouch. exhaustive and immediate Bine*, to the Gcnernor. U the most 'estimation of the murder of John  W. Correll  U. S. to Resume Trade Relations With Germany  issues, including the question as to whether the president will invited to appear before the committee to be questioned.  THE GEOUGE WASHINGTON  TO BE “BABY’S” SHU*  NEW YORK. July 14.—The presidential si ip George Washington, which sail.- back to France next week. has bien fitted up as a nursery to take care of the “war babies” reinming on that vessel. Two hundred “war babies" are scheduled to sail on the transport on her next trip trom France to this country and at the request of Dr. G. A. Ricker, the ship’s surgeon, the American Red Cross has provided the ship with baby food. milk, clothing and other prerequisites of infantile comfort.  it was the busy night for business 1  and the reasons why he believed its  messages, and in his discourse, dealing with nature and the reasons for his faith in God and the Bible from a scientific standpoint, he ran the whole gamut of beauty of the English language.  He caught the stars and had them swinging through celestial paths. Then he picked up a tiny snowflake and displayed it, patterned in myriad variety. In the leaves of the trees he found convolutions never duplicated season on season. Like the dazzling interchange of Overcoming Uie usual temptation colors on the kaleidoscope he flashed to hunt out cooler regions for Sab--illustrations from the arts and the  •    .    *    £»    fv    U    rf"*    rf"*    rf"\    I    I    rf—a rf*® ■ rf-\    _    I"X    Cl    WI CX W I CS a  bath rest, a large and appreciative! sciences audience assembled for morning service in the tabernacle. Approx-  namiting a dipping vat and that, when they refused, he shot them.  Another rumor is that Chronister i mate jy 1,500 people proved by their had become demented and had listed almost perfect attention to the  several others of his neighbors for *orda oi the preacher that thin  are far more uncomfortable places similar late.    under present disagreeable condi-  Chronister was a brother-in-law tions than those discovered at the  of Crandall. Some living in that shed.  j. cv . * Kl n v ihnf KntE fwi I Only the individual who came un-virility    seem to think    hat bad feel-    •    , ashinKS     of    the    gospel    as    debt* because of family differences,     jn    (he meesage of the ev an-  gelist was uncomfortable and even  because of family differences, has existed between these men for  several years.  that was  Gompers Fights Effort to Take Hand in Mexico  He called for the pianist to sound notes on the piano and commented on the mathematical perfection in nofe vibrations. Then he delved into history, talked about cloth textures, embalming, the purity of the Jews, gold fillings in the teeth of mummies in Egyptian tombs, lost arts, buried canals, engineering monstrosities.  Following a half hour of such illustrations, shot out with the rapidity of a gatling gun, he stopped to catch breath and exclaimed:  “Why, the only thing we are up-to-date in is conceit!”  Pictures followed each other as  and the abuse and mistreatment of his wife and son, as  ,    ..    .    above    indicated.    The    time    for  tad .rot to‘he Present.the were- ,. va „ iml  „„  part of  Mexican off!-  popular man in the state, to represent him and to read a few lines he  tary of state and the members of the Oklahoma delegation in congress demanding immediate investigation, punishment of the murderers and reparation for the widow. Governor Robertson’s communication is decidedly the most vigorous state doc- gearching ument that has been penned in many  tion  a day. Even congress should have no difficulty in understanding what he means without the aid of an interpreter. I’ is worth quoting in full.  The Governor’* I jitter.  Th* following is the text of the telegram sent the President of the United States, the secretary of state  dais and the failure of that Government to protect citizens of Other countries, who are legally and peac-ably pursuing their avocations, has gone by and our citizens will not be of "ar is rf an enu. satisfied with anything but a most Mr. Polk said blanket and complete investiga-} would be  WASHINGTON, July 14. Trade between the United States and Germany will be resumed immediately. Acting Secretory Polk of the state department announced Friday. Sec-retaiy Polk made it clear that resumption of Dade relations with Germany does not abrogate the trading with tho enemy act, nor is it to be taken as meaning that the state  769 Wells Coing Down;480 Rigs in  this was a discomfort strictly spiritual and sought for.  The preacher attacked insincerity      .__  on the part of the church members clear in detail as though printed o in the matter of worship and aery- • a screen by the light ot a moving ice, basing his sermon on the first Picture arc. They were a1 pie-chapter of Xlalachi. He disclosed tores of wonderment and marvel, i wile distrusted at the pre- magnificent, impressive, overwhelm-umetha.Tsbe^praclised b, those ling. The evartglist’s hearers were who profess to Le His servants. He swept off their tee! and everyone declared that loyal, devoted service agreed with the brilliant °' a '° was what God required of his peo- j evangelist when he cried in eonclu  Die and that He did not want any sion:  Samuel  other  kind. He insisted that, in so “God and nothing but God is back  American far as they represented real service °f all this.  NEW YOUK. July 14.  Gompers, president of the Federation of Labor, likened bolshe- to God and to humanity, it    as)  with autocracy and force, de  HAM HAMM EHI NGS  \ ism  licenses  issued, but that dyes, together w’ith proper punish- chemicals and potash would be ex-of these murderers and rap- cepted. Control over trading in As Governor of this State, these commodities would be exercis-  “The trouble with religion today  rnent  ists.  I most emphatically insist that the time has come when these wrongs must be righted and the prevailing anarchy in Mexico terminated.  “Ii am sending a copjh of this telegram to each of our delegates in Congress with the request that they  to bring  and every member of the Oklahoma use their utmost endeavors delegation in Congress, yesterday about reparation of this wholly in-morning. in the matter of the mur- excusable and unwarranted crime, der of John Correll and the inhti-    “With great respect. I am obedi-  man treatment accorded the Correll entlv yours,  family in Mexico on June 16th last:    “J. B, A. ROBERTSON,  Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.    “Governor  July 13. 1919.    I insist that you join immediately  with the other members of tile deic  ed by tho reparation commission under the terms of the pear* 4  treaty. A formal announcement regarding resumption of trade relations was promised within 48 hoars.  AU arrangements for removing restrictions on trading with Germany have been completed so far as the American government is concerned, Vance McCormick, chairman of the war trade board, said. Action by the  well as    not    that    the    imposing  .cathedrals of    France and    Belgium    “Even    the    heathen    himself    is  /-kl *    *    rr» ii dared against any movement look-  were  blown to pieces by Hun shells, without an excuse for his infidelity  (JU lo ho THO. I ie IQS ing toward war with Mexico, and ex- He charged that if the people had  and  unbelief.”    *  pressed belief that there will be given no better service to their|    -  --- carman rfelftaates    at    the    Amsterdam i countr y     ,hau    they    were    rendenn S    “The    Bible    is    the    only    book. in    the  Tulsa. Ok,... July 14 There are    Et    Sfi? wander/' * ^ “ “°‘  sjr    sat;«.»■ FEJtcS:  inK down our defe,,ses ' 100,inR our  —  i I .j    delegates    will    be    Mr.    Samuel    Gom-  and 4so rigs and locations. These * ai  , , ‘  T  .. t™„ lirpr  ni  nit,,"* apply to a,, the districts ot    J-    y    ^  Amal carnal ed* Sheet Metal Workers I )alm  ° rf 0,1 11 ,m -    -    “It’s    very    easy for a man lo pre-  fi! ter national Alliance Mr Horn-    >'«■ » r K eJ ,ha >  God  P rized     dict a thing which has already been  .r    ,    finance. Mr. i.om    ^  ](>ve wWch prompted  , ht .  dicted b the  supers  8ald ln  P arI '    *    -    -    service than the service itself, and    ____  that service without the prompting “Not a single prediction can be love and loyalty was an abomination f oll nd in the Bible that has not  been remarkably fulfilled.” lie likened the insincere church    -  Oklahoma except the shallow drilling now in progress iii Nowata and Bartlesville, and Roger county, etc., and the various wild cats in western Oklahoma. Osage county has forged ahead of the list in respect to greatest development. Of the above total that county has 182   m  cities, and destroying our people. ____ ________ ____  treasurer of He‘declared that God demands coni-;  is  God’s reputation has been injured  wells drilling and 152 rigs and lo- | ab ot  “The Amsterdam congress will be held for the purpose of forming a new international trade union move-, incut ct international federation of "> _'. he  . N . loM  » lg . h   cations within its boundaries.  Notice Royal Arch Masons.  Ada Chapter, R. A. M., meets at  supreme 4*conomic council, in sen- j 7 o’clock this evening for  ^tork  Hon Rob rt L. Owen. Senator,  Hon. T. P. Gore, Senator.  Hon. VV W. Hastings, M C.  Hon. E. B. Howard. M C.  Hon. C. I). Carter, M C Hon. Torn D. McKeown, M. C.  Hon. Joe B. Thompson, M. C.  Hon. Scott Ferris, Mi C.  Hon. Jim McClintic, M C.  Hon. Dick T. Morgan. M. C.  Washington, I). C.  I fem this day forwarding the following telegram to the President and Secretary of State:  “Influenced by statements in the daily papers of this country, to the effect that conditions in Mexico were normal and that life and property w'ere safe. John W. Correll and his wife and sixteen year old son, Joe. left Pontotoc County, this state, last November and settled near Colonia, a small town 25 miles northwest of Tampico, where he contracted to purchase a tract of land and upon which he continued to reside until his death which occurred June sixteenth, lase  “On June 16, while peaceably engaged in developing the tract of land which he had purchased and upon  gation in demanding full reparation for this cruel and unnecessary mustier.    Respectfully,  J. B. A. ROBERTSON.  Governor.  sion at Paris, in lifting the blockade. alonr is awaited. Mr. McCormick added.  Mr. McCormick. who returned from Paris with President Wilson, said there would be virtually complete freedom of trade, subject to the limit of credits which Germany might be able to establish.  in Mark and Past Master degrees-F. C. Sims, Scrotary.  MICKIE SAYS  IO BE NO MORE DAYS OF WATCHFUL WAITING  Neither did the audience Have any difficulty in understanding General Hoffman’s point of view when, after fulfilling the governor’s commission, he lingered on the platform to say a few words in his own behalf.  He v as vigorously applauded when he said.     #   General Hoffman Said:    ---  I  hav £  s< J m *    WASHINGTON,    July    14.    Infor-  against Mexico myself. One mem-  her of my Immediate family wa* »' a "°» obtained from the alate de-killed in Mexico In 1914, in much partment today justifies the asser-the manner as was Mr. Correll.    tion that the policy  ______ -I believe the only language the waiting” with respect  Mexico,, Mexican will ever understand is th® About to end  \S    SKN , Wig.  tv Naootik fcCA*OM4 -ins  PKW**    ,    \  NsHSWt    CO FAS WOOMO AK  fUV    'N    OO    Vt, CKOSE  OO MV Ukt TK HKVit OGU. Bt OI  SOEUtO'. 't\AKN¥ NK - O'ON '•  Asked it Germany will be represented by delegates he replied:  “More than likely there will be German delegates.  “I would like to say something regarding tin 4  Mexican situation. To my mind it w'ould ho the gravest wrong which could be inflicted upon the people of the United States as  be in the course of manufacture should drive us into anything like a conflict with the Mexican people.”  “No scientist has ever made a discovery that added anything to or  of  to  “watchful Mexico is  language of shrapnel and gun powder, and we are nearing the tim** when AMERICAN citizenship should be sacred and that country pacified.  “It has gotten to a point w’here conditions in Mexico are intolerable.  which he expected lo make his home, j don’t think 540 lives is anywhere a large party of Mexicans, led by  Th** United States will no longer permit Mexico in her own way and in her owm time to take such action a* wdll effectively safeguard the lives and property of other nationals in Mexico. The Mexican government has been told that it will be expected to take such steps as may be nec-  .essary to guarantee that result and  man routed to be a German whoi 11 ®^  ,h *“  nu ‘ nber  American lives  ({jke them  without any unnedbssary man reputed lo De a German wa . ^  h b  taken down there del»v     imA.U.., f’dnfalii'q nnlfnrill    .    .    (14‘iay.  the last    four    The strong    desire of the    British  years, mere is no way of getting  and  drench to compel Mexico to at the actual number.    safeguard the lives and property of  “Mexico has not been our friend foreigners In that country is colnci-for    years.    It is    the    common    experl-    dent w f ith the    pressure being    exerted  ence    of    every soldier, and    those     on  the state    department and con-  along the border, that Mexico has gross by the Association For the nothing but contempt for the U'nlted Preservation of American Hights in States.    Mexico.  “The Carranza government has  ---  proved itself utterly incompetent,] A dollar In the bank is worth (Continued on Page Eight.) I two int your mind.  » nm..    w    « TV 'I'" ~~ that have been taken  wore an Americani < aptain s uniform     blood     during  all heavily armed, rode up to the    There    iv no WI  Correll house, took possession of     years '     1 here    ,s no   same, stole quantities of food, clothing and other articles, destroyed a large amount more, cruelly assaulted Mrs. Correll, who Is a woman sixty-ffe years of age, murdered her husband who attempted to defend her and attempted to niurden the ron, but failed on account of poor marksmanship  “Complaint was made by Mrs.  member to the German propagandist, stating that the hypocrite was as  thorough in his dissemination ot pro- { 00 ^ anything away from the Bible.  devil propaganda as w T as the worst    -  German spy. He chatacter.zed the    “Failures    dc not    honor    God,    they  best imitation of worship and serv-  ie n ect  upon him. Failures, how-ice as worse than hyporcisy. careless.  ever> ar e our own, they are not spiritless worship worse profanity    G 0 d’ s .”  than the worst heard in the slums,    -  Mexico lf     of servic< '    “Beati.,*    the a.ir.    rearing,    l    ight-  IV    ihten    anlrit    which    now    seem* to worse than robbing God’s treasury.     ing and  foaming    at    the mouth won’t  the    jingo    spit it    which    now    seem.    ^ perpetuation of a form of wor-     cait out  devils.    It    takes    more than  ship without the spirit of worship    that.”    *  worse blasphemy than the profana-j    ---  tion of the shrines of the Most High.:    “Every single detail concerning  He closed his sermon w ith a pow- ; lb e destruction of Jerusalem was erful appeal to church people to    prophesied 1.400    years    before it  open their eyes to the conditions:    happened.”  around them, reaffirm their loyalty]    -  follow  RU CONVENTION COMING TO ADA  That Ada is becoming a convention city is evidenced by what the Ada representatives of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks did at the State Convention yesterday In  lahoma City.  Yesterday's meeting w r as the first state meeting of this brotherhood. About 150 delegates were present.  the  to the cause of Christ and up this re-affirmation with a and a service really worthy of a follower of Christ in this woild.  The Afternoon Service.  At 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon a large audience gathered at the Tabernacle and Evangelist Haiti took for his text: “Ye have dwelt here long enough.” The text has reference to Israel in their days of wan-Ok- j dering In the wilderness and is spoken at the time they came to Mount Horeb where they desired to stay. The speaker described people who want to dwell in the seclusion  “lf we can start into this meeting I knowing that our power is in God, wre will be relieved of the humiliation of a failure.”   -rn  “It’s not so easy for sinners to believe, when they look around and see the way some of you hypocrites and professed Christians behave.”  "The only answer to the infidelity of this day and this hour is to demonstrate to the people that Christ can do what we claim for him.”  •You may import all the evangel-  The selection of a place for    ,    ,    :  g t   j next regular convention which‘Comes I    ‘     He    talked  about “Shade-  in October was taken up. Sexera^ ■ Dweliers” w’ho wanted to go back to (cities undertook to get  the C01iven " ithe flesh pots of Egypt. He also tion, among them Ada,  Sapull>41,  I presented God’s government of the Henryetta and Shawnee. Ada won  WOt , d and gave  three elements in the convention on the first ballot by j  thft(  government. The disturbing a gdod margin.    element,    the    progressive element and  The delegates from our city  are  ;the methodical element. to be congratulated on their success  N * ext  Sunday afternoon’s service in getting the convention and the  w j|j be a sermon to men only, visitors when they come will be en-]    The    “Infidel Buster”  of their fine churches while men are lists in the country into Ada, but  hell all about (devils will not be cast out unless the people of Ada do their Christian duty.”  “There are people in this town who don’t w^ant to see a successful revival—the world is no more friendly to Christ today than it was the day he was crucified.”  tertained lit  OtAtter OUfeMBQt  Tuesday partly cloudy is prospect the weather man has for to morrow.  "If there had been Qaie-tenth the money spent to evangelize the world  such manner as will ( The sermon last evening was on I as was spent to carry on the last  the subject of “Infidelity.” and it'great war, Prussianism could never was one of the strongest, most pow-(have pipped the shell.” * erful and most convincing the writer,    -—~  has ever heard.    ,    "No    man who has made  The people began to assemble *  I prove they made no mistake in coming here. It is expected tfiat four the | hundred delegates will attend when the convention meets here in October.  a prac-(Continued on Page Eight.)  *jj>   

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