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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma _ The Tah-Bearer and the Tale-Heater Hanged, Up, Back to Back, One. By the Tongue, the Other Byihe Ear XVI. NUMBER 107 AtiA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY. 16, 1919' TWO CENTS THE COPY Leadership of All th v ______ r WHO SHE OF NEW YOKK. July strike of American seamen assumed an in- ternational aspect last night when Gus H. Bipwn. secretary of eastern division of the jtn- ternational Seamen's association an- nounced that crews of ft dozen ships of foreign registry had Quit their vessels in New York harbor. They declared, Mr, Brown said, their strike was not only in sympathy with that of American seamen -but for the purpose of equalizing all wages on the nigh seas. Crews today deserted, Dutch. Dan- ish. Norwegian and Swedish ships, Mr. Brown said, adding that Ameri- can union delegates had experienced considerable difficulty in persuad- ing the crews of several British ships to remain at work. The crew of one British vessel of the Booth line, did quit despite the fact that they had been signed for a round trip to England, he said.- Ham 'Offers Reward For Biblical Proof That A ny Dancer Can be Saved! The r.iin clouds did not keep till the people at home Tuesday even- top but the big tabernacle was not quite tilled us it was Sunday even-. lug. However, the crowd was a good i one and the message was one tho! audimr-: will not soon forget. The, theme was: Is a niul the speaker dealt plainly with, the answer to the vital Question. He sii i i CUBIIGOI IVIVAl The four big banking establish- city and mutually agreed to close their doors each -The woni from to iftOO o'clock each three times in the New Testament Mondays and The Disciples were first Christians at Antioc by their enem- Saturdays ,in order .that their forces may have an opportunity to attend ies. in derision. _ A Mi ante it ,-ovival at the tabernacle. ligion had .ippeared in thru n was not a religion of u creed a. book or a dogma, but -the lg be ap. precllUed by the Ham-Ramsey Co., nQ donbt be ap. CIH WILL CREATE FOR III book or a ogma, u Qne whJch nQ donbt be ap. of a person, tolks said that these jat d bv the empi0yees of the people were alvravs '.aiding about ma ban'kg a person, a person with whom the, has sQme o[ bcst bank. wero in love, in love a per- and some of the son whose friendship they "id best people connectod with thorn, succeed in hiding. Some of you any clly Jn the coantry) and they i ui ;ur>
B 0. The A. B., B. S. B. M. are conferred, and rt or woman who will find me one sin- gle passage In the BIWe that will warrant tlio supposition that any violin, ment. are offered f h oxprt'ssion ant No tuition in any depart Dormltory accoinmoaatlonij for 400 girls are provided. Board and roo.m at per month. For catalogue address. C. W. Austin, President. Chickn'-ha. me to wnsle my' time seeking the conversion of w. fellow so low down to play thn fiddle for the dances. 'God never did call any man to great service nave as he found a man at ?ome useful employment: (Continued on Page Eight.) Here's Where Ada Should 1 Get Her Commercial Club Awake Long Enough to At- tend to an Important Matter How can Ada or any other community best advertise itself? How can local business-men bring more business to How in other words, can the people of a community insure the growth they believe then- city or town should enjoy? For three half days during the annual convention of the Associated Ad- vertising Clubs of the World, at New Orleans, September 21 to 25 the va- rious phases of these and similar problems -will be discussed by leading ex- perts in community advertising. The Community Advertising Department of'the advertising association numbers in its membership nearly every well-known man in the community advertising business, and in addition to the discussions at the three special sessions devoted to this subject, there is to be an exhibition at the New Orleans meeting showing the exact procedure by which the Advertising Club of Neosho, Mo., has .brought new customers to that thriving and en- terprising little city. The story of Neosho is a story of enterprise, and of keeping everlastingly at" it. Members of the advertising club conceived the idea, several years ago, that truthful advertising and lots of it, backed by eood merchandising and a co-operative effort to build would event- ually .result in .such a flow of additional dollars into local trade channels as to make the effort more than worth while. Developments have fully repaid them for their efforts, alid at the ad- vertising convention in September, there will be a complete exhibit showing how they have done it. In the meantime, many cities of the south are planning to take full ad- vantage of the fact the advertising convention will be held in the south, bev- eral of them" already adopted the" idea of addressing delegates to the ad- vertising convention, suggesting that they arrange to ori f ipm the convention so as to stop over. The Cominercial Club of Ada, if it is not too dead to be resurrected, keep its eye on ..this forthcoming convention 'at New Orleans should, by all means, send a delegate to this meeting. A man should be sent who is capable of grasping the lessons taught there and who has the ability to put in operation 'here the plans which he will most certainly learn if he attends to his business when he gets there. Why not get a pulmotor and apply it to the Commercial Club and'.get it awake long enough to get this, most important matter attended to.' It was said- later that invitations would not bo limited to members of the foreign relations committee, the president being represented as anx- ious to talk to republicans as. well as democrats, and answer questoine asked. The president desires to give the committee a reasonable time to decide and will postpone his tour. Hon. Tom D. in- defatigable congressman from this district, responded most loyally to the wishes of the people of this district in the matter of getWng the case of W. Correll called to the attlhtion of the state de- partment in Washington. The News received another tele- gram form Mr. McKeown last night as follows: Washington, D. C., July 15, 1919. Marvin Brown, Editor Ada News, conference with Ambassador Fletcher, in the State Department, in which I placed en- tire Correll case before them, I was assured that everything .ppssible would be done to carry out the de- mands for immediate punishment of the culprits and for compensation and full damages, together with the announcement of a firm policy for protection of American citizens and property in M.exico. TOM D. McKBOWN, M. C. Ada, Okla. After a long AOA AND ALLEN TEAMS mm The first game the Ada ball team played this season was with Allen which was played in their city about four weeks ago. The game ran six- teen innings and finally won by Allen by a 2-1 score. Since that time the Ada boys have held a pro- fessional grudge against the Allen, 'players and they hope to get sweet ______._______ revenge next Sunday when the Allen Mr.'iinirs boys come here to play. The Allen Oifers have been winning many Prayer meetings will be held at, and they Ithe following homes tomorrow aft- ernoon at 4 o'clock: District No. John Chil- cutt, with Mrs. Fishbeck, leader; Mrs. W. D. Faust, 130 West Nine- teenth, with Mrs. Crutchfield, leader. District No. Ed Gwin, 501 South Broadway, with Mrs. C. C. Morris, leader; Mrs. J. W. Moore, 219 West Sixteenth, with Mrs. Mc- tfy tQ kep up thfiir at the local park. The Ada team is to be greatly strengthened this week by the ad- dition of another pitchgr. The new man is Bunnie Jesse, who cornea to Ada from Lamar, Oklahoma. He is said to be one of the best in the state. He will more than likely be in the game Sunday. Another catcher is also being added to the leader. .g aiso oeniii auucu iu me Ditsricts No. 3 and No. 4 will of Ada. He is Just 'prayer meetings, but reports goQd the piatp as jesge not _ is at pitching. The team is gaining District No. QuaUs, 920 strength each week and Manager East Tenth, with Mrs. fa ileader; Mrs. T. H. Wyatt. SOO East maKe tne oau iuuiii na with -Mrs. Mooney, leajftr; Mrs R. amateur team in the state. B. Faunl Le Roy, 414 Bast ______ B. Fannt Le Roy, 414 with Miss Boleti, lender. j _ Eas't "Thirteeluh. witli Mrs. flff LeVUl WrttCS Kennedy, leader; Mrs. Ed Brents, with Mrs. Brents, leader. District No. W. ST. Akers, 523 East Fourteenth, with Mrs. Cas- lor Gay, leader; Mrs., R. K. Duncan, 500 East Thirteenth, leader not yet appointed. Portland Hickey, with Father Crutchtield, leader. The list of prayer meetings held Eighth, Mrs. Wyatt, leader; Mrs Will Mooney, Nineth and Oak, Summer Jones says they do not in- tend to stop until they have a team that is invincible. expect to make the ball team as strong as today was not given in yesterday's News because reports were _ not turned In to the chairman in time. NOTICE NORMAL STUDENTS CON- TEMPLATING EUROPEAN TRIP Dr. Rollo G. Sears, who' is orga- nizing a study course of students to accompany him to next year, wishes to meet all 'Such .students at his room at. the Normal building to'inorrow morning at Dr. Sears will personally conduct this tour and he contemplates be- ing organized and ready to start by June 15. 1920. The News From Coionado Beach The News is in receipt ot a letter from M. Levin, prominent business thfs city, who, with his family, is resting and recuperating at Corohaao Beach, California. Mrs. Levin went there some time ago for her health and was joined a few. weeks ago by her husband, and .'.together they are spending a vacation at the famous Coronado Tent City: Among other things, Mr. Levin says: "Mrs. Levin, the children and my- self are surely having a nice time at Coronado. Beach. The climate here Is most delightful. We ard living In la tent a few feet from the ocean, 'and spending our time swimming, 1JOLSHEV1K1 CAPTURE IM- ifishW and reading PORTANT RUSSIAN TOWN "..j am-getting the Ada News, but 1 I sometimes it is delayed and we sure tho Proas j me you without LONDON, July. that your paper is a credit one hundred and sixty miles south- to' tlle cjty of Ada, It compares east of Perm, has been captured by most favorably with the local paper the Bolshevikl, according to a gal] 0iego, which is a city of sian wireless dispatch today. population, town was occupied Monday. "Another thing I greatly, land 'that is my' great number of OFFICERS, WAR BRIDES I friends there and the" good people AND BABIES ARRIVE'of Ada. Nowhere will you find a By the Ansociuwd Preen better or cleaner class people NORFOLK, Va.. July i than those who live in Ada." transport Watsonla arrived today from France wltn .thirty-two nun- and fourteen 'officers and. men, lofty-five war .brides, two war chil- dren and one" mother-in-law. Troops aboard included the juals. FORECAST is .the predic- tion the weather man makes ''for tomorrow.1 Let a Want Ad set It for you.
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