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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma The Tale-Bearer and the Talebearer Should Both 0 Be Hanged Up, Back to Back, One • Bg the Tongue, the Other Bg the Ear Wht gfoa Cliental! J&tos: VOLUME XVI.NUMBER 107 All A, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY. 16, 1919- TWO CENTS THE COPY America to Assume Educational the Nations! Leadership of WOULD STRIKE OF Ham Offers f.I, OOO Reward MARINE MEN IS ONI For Biblical Proof That Any Dancer Caribe Saved! NEW YORK. July 16. -Th* strike of American seamen assumed an in-, ternational aspect last night when Gus H. Rf-\wn secretary of the Th< , raul ( .,„ uil5 dld not keep all eastern and Gulf division of the In- m ____ uv . n . ternational Seamen's association an- ! ‘ ie people a. u>me . nounced that crews of a dozen ships fog but the big tabernacle was not of foreign registry had quit their quite tilled as it was Sunday even-vessels in New York harbor. They |uj , However Xtxe cro wd was a good declared. Mr. Brown said, ttyat their j om . and Ihe m rf £ was one the strike was not only in sympathy | audlfors wii i not soon forget. The with that of American seamen bwt theiue was >. -what Is a Christian?" for the purpose of equalizing all and lhe s;M > aker dealt plainly with wages on the high seas. Crews today* deserted, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish ships, Mr. Brown said, adding that American union delegates had experienced considerable difficulty in persuading 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. AOA BANKING ROUSES CLOSING FOR REVIVAL INTERIOR DEPARTMENT OF THE RI’REA IT OF EDUCATION PRANK CAMPAIGN TO SECURE STUDENTS. WASHINGTON. I). C.. July 16.— Will the United States help build up the civilization *of the future by opening wide the doors of her colleges and universities to students from all over the world? Can Germany re-establish her Educational prestige and draw' students to her, first from the Near East, and later from other countries against whom she fought in the war? Is America to assume the educational leadership to w'hich her new responsibilities call her? While On Witness Stand TOM M’KEOWN ACTIVE Today Henry Ford Admitted IN CORRELL MATTER He “ Was Ignorant Idealist’ TNE COUNCIL OE FIVE Hon. Tom D. McKeown, the indefatigable congressman from this -district, responded most loyally to By the Associated Ives, | ‘ he WiS,, ” S of ‘ he P e °P le thlS 1 MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich., July district in the matter of getting the 16. -In a moment of petulance. case of Mrs John W. Correll called *' " ‘ mention of the state de while on the witness stand today, t0 at Henry Ford, plaintiff in the million- Pertinent in Washington. RU niiOOI AU nmnvinr dollar libel suit which he brought T1 >e Ne «’ a received another tele-jlH KijX\|AN n III ll n AlIL asainsI Chicago Daily Tribune, I gram / orm Mf- McKeown last night the answer to the vital question. He sa: »: • The word Christian’ appears three times in the New* Testament. . . . •*» j .. ..a The Disciples were first called l | a *' °t ^ et ‘k^‘xcept Mondays and These are questions asked by' the The four big banking establish-I Burea uof Education. Deportment ! a, .h. A.«wut.d Pr.« menu of the city have arranged and of ,ht ’ Interior, in a special article j UARfcl. July 15. rn fro admitted that he was “an ignorant as follows: idealist." Stevenson, for the Tribune, I Washington, D. C., July 15, 1919. had Ford define a traitor as one Marvin Brown, Editor Ada News, who works against the government, Ada, Okla. The Council of and an idealist as c#ie who helps I After a long conference with Utuallv agreed to close their doors in ^’h” 01 Life. an official publi- Fiv „ met thl , afternoon, the chief "'hers make profit. Stevenson ex-; Ambassador Fletcher in the State , i«| AA cation of the Bureau.. .. . . .ut. plained to the court that the ques-; Department, in which I placed en- “ ‘A v . ' ,. I* I®, vlAaJL'In a letter to college and univer- '°P ,C of discuss.on be.ng the Rub-, Uong are asked to show' that he is tire Correll case before them, I was i ua> OI Ult* VWKHWPI . }t _ offloerg in thiR country the Com- »»»» blockade. , .. f Kv thrir An Am- Saturdays .in order that their forces ornoe.. in tnis countr. me tom Christians at Antioc by their enem to attend missioner of Education writes: po..Is from t GITT IIL CREATE F ies .....___ ___ .... may have an opportunity to attend ligi was book of peopl a person, a person with whom they v*t it in loxe. In l »xt w.th a pc r _ . ta jjj| g i iments and 0 f the rM ? 0Urce8 th# United State* have em i, ar g 0 on imports to Germany. There have been pro- ignorant and doesn’t know the assured that everything possible he allied powers to a1- meaning of commonly used words, would be done to carry out the de- ..rn whose frienddiip Hey did not with them. ndt \#i has some of the best bank- been killed.^ ^' oa ^ r se i4 t ^ e cept .such as is incidental to an WASHINGTON. July 16. Presi dent Wilson has decided to invite . >i• iiiiis <oine of x on have iwmuiw bon similarly drained, the \ note has been receixed from republican senators to call at succeed in hiding. Some of you have country, and they western nations are looking to the u , Kun Hungarian soviet foreign th w > li(e Houge to d i 8CU8 s the grown so cold that nobody even never lo8e an opportunity t( > do the United State* to assume the re- minister, declaring that the Czechs and league of nations * * ^ . hie and tironer thine on any and sponsibill.ies of It atli rship in yi ll i aad Rumanians had x dilated the ^pprotnrv Tmnnltv minnnnr*pH tndav knows that you h * nd big and proper thiug on any and with Jeans. *i . . ^ ail occasions. It is not strange. used to help you down the steps t | lwefore th at thex took the tic- *•••• and w» ive, ’ 8ifies of the United Hungarian troops and into the carriage, but now he indicated without solid- Stat <* 8 appreciate these responsibil- ac rosa boundaries out and you string down the tg | Un (('ontinu»*d on Page Eight.) lights uvii »uu r.,,....p. fa#inn f The city commissioners of Ada streot as hard as you can go to have made provision in the new est!- catc h him Do any of you smile mate which will be published soon and suggest that you have gotten for a fundfto purchase a lot for a over SUO h sentimentality? Some of public library. They have added a you also have gotten over your sen- ] levy of one mill for this purpose ti meat a1 love for Jesus Christ. which will create a fund of probably ..j n love w ^h Christ." these $3000. This sum should be enough Christians were also in love and' to M'cur-* an exceptionally good fellowship with each other. This was JJJ lot. so noticeable that observers were A pronosition was made to th«^ astonished. The Christians at Anti- M city of Ada several years ago by oc were loyal to Christ, and to JJ Andrew Carnegie to donate $12,500 each ot h^r. They were democratic;^ for the erection of a library here and humble. They just talked of if the qity would supply the lo- christ so much that they came to be cation. The proposition was agitated ca ned ‘Christians.’ Never in the for a while but nothing was done wor i d will a Christian be able to about it and the proposition lagged ' hide Christianity. If Christ lives along until this year when the Wo- ;n y OUr me you will manifest him men’s Auxiliary took it up again. , 0 * the world. A Christian is a Several citizens went before the christ-Man. When a man comes to ** commissioners and urged them to town and stays a month and you make an appropriation to purchase do not kn0 w whether he is married a lot on which to place the build- or s t n gi e there is something wrong, ing. and in answer to these peti- There is something wrong when lions the levy was decided upon. vou lived in Ada a month and The next step in securing a pub- peop i e do no t know whether you are * lie library w ill be the securing of a Christian or not. You have good j the donation from Mr. Carnegie. M. baptists, Disciples, Methodists. Pres-C. Wilson will take up this part oyterians and Nazarenes in Ada who of the program when he goes to are not good Christians at all. If | New York in a few' days. It is be- vou arP saved, yon will know it lieved the appropriation will be in- and erer yone of you may be sure creased to $20,000 or $25,000 and that vou nr( , either saved or lost. Mr. Wilson will make the effort to t • j> au j before Agrippa does not j get the raise. present his case. He just presents - his Christ, and so that wicked man, traveling with a base woman who was not his wife, exclaimed that Paul would urge him to be a Christian. The supreme business of Paul was to present Christ to men and that is your supreme business. Not onlv Is a Christian a man who is I in iove with Christ, but his master-passion is to make Christians out of — otlmr m A u. It is the task of qon- H, th* As*ori»t4d P.™ verted men to Strengthen the breth- \VABBINGTON. July IC With ren—to save tithers, the senate in adjournment until to- “I s someone asking: Xx ha ca morrow, the foreign relations com- do tor tun 0 ‘What can we do tor | mittee had an opportunity today. our young people?’ That depends on to devote several hours to the con- whom your young people are. If tinuation of the reading of the peace they are Christian young people they treaty, section by sealion. It was will not run wilh the bunch of expected before night that virtually dancers, card players, and flippant ail tin* document xvS he covered for doodles. Will the dancers cut you lhe firsi time, with nil sections pro- ou t lf you do not dance? Well, if voking objection for further discus- ymi throw a gentleman Into a hog sion. Several senators are under- pen 1he h ogs will ostracise him ev-stood to be preparing to take part pry time j wou id be ashamed to in the debate mer the Shantung agk Chr i 8 t to go with me to a question w hich began in a stormy. and vou wou ld. too. if you session >esterday and which will be km , w hini some ask me how they resumed toiaorrow. ______ are to entertain their company. You have to give cows bran, horses oats, OKLAHOMA'S STATE SCHOOL hogs slop and the society bunch --------------- ---- _ . Secretary Tprnulty announced today cation and in science. That the col- arm i at ice with Hungary, and that 'Senator Lodge, chairman of the for- were ordered e j gn relations committee, was under-fixed in self-de- 8tood Xo jj e one 0 f fifteen senators tense. u;lh whAm thp nrpsirient desired ADA AND AUEN TEAMS WITT PEAT SUNDAY Here’s Where Ada Should Get Her Commercial Club Awake Long Enough to Attend to an Important Matter with whom the president especially to confer. | It was said later that invitations i The first game the Ada ball team would not bo limited to members of played this season w r as with Allen the foreign relations committee, the;which was played in their city about president being represented as aux-: four w eeks ago. The game ran six-lous to talk to republicans as well;teen innings and was finally won by as democrats, and answer questors)Allen by a 2-1 score. Since that asked. The president desires to give time the Ada boys haxe held a pro-the committee a reasonable time to fessional grudge against the Allen decide and will postpone his tour. 'players and they hope to get sw-eet -- revenge next Sunday when the Allen Cottage Prayer Meetings, boys conte here to play. The Allen Braver meetings will be held at ®^ er8 !| a ' e binning many th., following homes tomorrow aft-i« a '>> es d,,r "}* ,he s ? ason and ‘hey ernoon at 4 o’clock: ' ,r >, ‘o keep up their reputatton Disirict No. I— Mrs. John Chil-i a J.! 1 *' *ecal park. cutt, with Mrs. Fishbeck, leader; Mrs. \V. I). Faust. 130 West Nine- The Ada team is to be greatly strengthened this week by the ad- teenth. with Mrs. Crutchfield, ieader. diuon of another pitcher. The new District No. 2- Mrs. Ed Gwin. man is Bunn.e Jesse who comes 501 South Broadway, with Mrs. C. 10 A(la f°'» Lamar. Oklahoma. C. Morris, leader; Mrs. J. W. Moore. 219 West Sixteenth, with Mrs. Mc- He is said to be one of the best in the state. He will more than likely be Senate Officials Reading League Document Today FOK GIRLS AND WOMEN The Oklahoma College for W omen dances, cards and theater parties. But these thine* will not entertain I * . „k™i in nhuu, a Christian. I here and now offer is .he only State school in Ok I a Mb- *1,000*0 to any man ma that is exclusively for girls. The , course Of study provides for four or worainwhrt will ^d me one sin- years preparatory and four years ot 1 n Th college work. The A. B., B. S. B. M. warrant the supposition that any and B. O. degrees are conferred, and dance*- will Tie saved. \ few p<*o- ^ high school and life certificates to nle lave been insisting that I speak |- teach in Oklahoma are given. vulgarly. You had better shut up I*’ offered in *nd folk'? won’t find out that you 4 and are in tho citv. You need not aRk Strong courses are piano, voice, art. expression violin. No tuition in any depart- me to w'aste my time seeking the nieut. I conversion of • fellow' so low down Dormitory accommodations for top ss to plac the fiddle for the dances, girls are provided. Board and room God never did call any man to at $21 per month. For catalogue, great service save as he found a address, (I, W. Austin, President, j ump at a ome useful employment. Chickasha. (Continued on Page Eight.) How can Ada or any other community best advertise itself? How can local business men bring more business to town? How, in other words, can the people of a community insure tin* growth they believe their city or town should enjoy? For three half days during the annual convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, at New Orleans, September 21 to 25, the various phases of these and similar problems will he discussed by leading experts in community advertising. • The Community Advertising Department of the advertising association numbers in its membership nearly every well-know n 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 enterprising 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 good merchandising and a co-operative effort to build trade* would eventually 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, abd at the advertising convention in September, there will he a complete exhibit showing how they have done it. In the meantime, many cities of the south are planning to take full advantage of the fact the advertising convention w ill be held in the south. Several of them already adopted the idea of addressing delegates to the advertising convention, suggesting that they arrange their trip to oil from the convention so as to stop over. The Commercial Club of Ada, if it is not too dead to be resurrected, should keep its eye on this forthcoming convention at New Orleans and should, by all means, send a delegate to this meeting. A man should be sent w r ho 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. Kinney, leader. | ,n tl } e S» rae Sun **L ^ Ditsricts No. 3 and No. 4 will have « .f 1 *® added to teai f— prayer meetings, but reports were BlH M ^ Da K n ! el I* Ad * , in * as good behind the plate as Jesse District N L'rt q I Xc*nt Ii leader; Mrs.’T."h“ WyaVt. 800* Bast ? ml .‘ mer . Jones Eighth, with Mrs. Wyatt, leader; Jo. 0 Mrs. Quails. 620 I s a ‘ Pitching. .The team is gaining with Mrs. IV V kins ,; I" strength earn week and Manager _ ^ _ Summer (inv? tnpv d.i not in tend to stop until they have a team that is invincible. Tho* expect to make the ball team as strong as any amateur team in the state. The News From Coionado Beach Mrs. Will Mooney, Nineth and Oak. with Mrs. Mooney, leader; Mrs. R. B. Daunt Le Roy, 414 Upst Main, with Miss Bolen, loader. District No. 6 Mrs. S. H. W’ood- -mf w- • \at •> ward. East Thirteenth, with Mrs. ]V[ jLtGVlTl WW Tit GS [Kennedy, leader; Mrs. Ed Brents. with Mrs, Brents, leader. District No. 7—Mrs. VV. S. Akers, i 523 East Fourteenth, with Mrs. easier Gay, leader; Mrs. R, E. Duncan,! 500 East Thirteenth, leader not yet appointed. Portland Park —Mrs. Hickey, with| - Father Crutchfield, leader. The list of prayer meetings held I * 16 News is in receipt of a letter today was not given iii yesterday’s from M. Levin, prominent business News because reports were no! 'man^of this city, who, with his turned In to the chairman in time. family is re8tin! ; and recuperating KOTICK NORMAL STUDENTS CON. I a ‘ Uoronado Beach, California. TEM PLATING EUROPEAN TRIP Mrs. Levin went there soyue 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- time at here lr- Dr. Kollo G. Sears, who is organizing a study Course of students to accompany him to Europe next year, wishes to meet all such students at his room at the Normal building tomorrow morning at 8:30.. Dr. Sears will personally conduct ' , . , this tour and he contemplates be- a , elr are , su r, el y a " lce ing organised and ready to start by Coronado Beach The climate i, t , fe it most delightful. We art* living in ’ • __*_ ___ _____ a tent a few' feet from the ocean, BOLSHEVIK! CAPTURE IM- COUTANT RUSSIAN TOWN ‘l^jf^nd^re^ing^ ^ ^ ^ n .. . ___ sometimes it is delayed and we sure Ry tho Associated Press _ . . ... » » i - r,. a . . miss it. Let me tell you without LONDON, July 16- Ekateiinburg, fi atterv your paper is a credit one hundred and sixty miles south- to the city Qf Ada ,, compare8 east of I erin, has been captured b> m()Sd favorably with the local paper the Bolsheviki. according to a Kus- al San Diego which is a citv of sian wireless dispatch today. Thet75 oo d population, town was occupied Monday. “Another thing I mi##*greatly, m. --------- and | 8 my g rea t number of OFFICERS, WAR BRIDES friends there and the good people AND RABIES ARRIVE of Ada. Nowhere will you find a Hy the AsmK-iHicd Pr«M (better or cleaner class o? people NORFOLK, Va., July 16.—The than those who live in Ada.*’ transport Matsonia arrived today --- from France with thirty-two hundred and fourteen officers and men, \V EAT HER FOREX ’AST THURSDAY—Fair is the predic- forty-five war brides, two war chil- lion the weather man makes v for 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? ^ droit and one mother-in-law\ Troops tomorrow 1 "r" inC " ,,le,i ,hf Arkansas Cas - Let a Want Ad get it for you.
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