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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma A Crisis Will Not Make Character for You But it Will Reveal and Develop the True Character That Is Already Within You-Dr. Ham ®he gfo a Cbenmg J^etosi DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER IOO ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Borah Would Submit League Nations Plan to a Popular Vote rn rn un Throughout His Life IDAHO SENATOR CALUS UPON LE AUCK SUl’PORTKRS TO HEU* HIM SECURE A REFERENDUM. BI AVT ON JUSTICE THAT WHITES ASSUME CONTROL OF THE WORLD SAYS J Al* AN KSK LEADER. By th*' Astoria 1*1 Press YOKOHAMA. —(By mail » Failure of the peace conference at Pari? to adopt Japan s proposal of racial equality was denounced by Marquis Okuma, former premier of Japan, in an address he delivered recently before the Japanese Civilization Society. “It is a blot on justice and humanity that the whites, who constitute less than one-third of the Just one week last night the Ham-Ramsay revival began, and as, is already well known the services have    been held    regularly    and    on time each morning and evening. Dr. Ham is by tar the most forceful and eloquent speaker the people in this section of the country have heald in the capacit} of an evangelist and all the week he has been    pounding a wav with    all    the earnestness of an    army officer, at    the fortifications that have been builded in Ada by the devil for many years. He is a man of ability with a strong personality and is armed with    a sincere    conviction    of    the truths his splendid thinking qualities so plainly convey to his heur- MANY OI THE INTRICATE PEACE TRKATT PROBLEMS EXPLAINED BY WILSON TO REP! RLH ANS. world's population, assume the control of the world, and I' declare that    plainly    convey to hi*' bear-    WASHINGTON. July 18. How a just lev and a humanityw nu; ^ and altogether this is a force-    Versailles    conference    reached &£!>-"3ir    he    ’»•       '■*.»>    Of    .he    .iliniments «mbo<lied    ""IK! said. “Germany has hitherto been WASHINGTON, July 18.—Propos ing that the question of a league of; nations be left to popular decision,; Senator Borah, republican, Idaho, j called upon the league supporters to Join him In securing a referen-1 ! durn. “The president,” said Mr. Borah, j "has been sending for senators and will, I understand, continue to do so ; until the    quota    is    filled. It    is a policy I endorse;    I    only regret    that he began it so late in his admin- J istration.    But it is not in accord with the    tenets    of    republican    gov ernment to settle so great a question behind closed doors either at the White House or anywhere else. Thomas Is Skeptic*!. “What I would do is send for the people, and the way to do that j is to have a popular vote." Senator Thomas, democrat, Colorado, asked whether the result of such a vote, if favorable to the; league, would influence the course, of Mr. Borah. If I should stay in the senate} The Governor Likes The News Oklahoma City, July 12. Hon. Marvin Brown, Editor, Ada, Oklahoma, Dear Mr. Brown: I simply want you to know that I appreciate the splendid paper you are getting out and I hope your circulation will increase to' such an extent that it will be satisfactory to you. Respectfully, J. B. A. ROBERTSON, Governor. BUSINESS ANI) RESIDENCE DISTRICTS IMPROVED. ttREAT-KST' YEAR IN CITY’S HISTORY. Compliments Local Men.    "-IL.    '    .     m    ,    Mr. Horah, “it would uot. But .    »j    _j    in    opening    the    song    service    last    * n    treaty    of pt at ♦ v%as «.    there is such a thing as a senatot a great mtluence in the wot Id. ani     fK ^    ‘ snillll .„     ifxnV .    bv    President    Wilson    yesterday    to    retiring. Neither will these resolu- nous nil Ada is doing more improving in the year 1919 than she has done in any two years before, according to statistics and what business and professional men of the city say. More new places of business are being erected and more improve-♦ OOOOOOOOOOOO^J ments are being made than ever be © © © .*r.    is    ahmit    to    be    re-    evening    the speaker took advantage    by this    influence is anorn:    to    ot    r*    *.....    *    .v_    republican    senators    invited    to a members monishing the people to encourage whom he purposes to take into his course. confidence Afterward one of hiB News censorship and propaganda. An sri**- American influence    of the moment to compliment the    three republican senators    invited which    will produce a far reaching    management of both the Hotel Har-    the White House at the    head of $£?    ,h't,uV race OI the    fie and the Ada Evening Ne wa. ad-    Ion* ha. of republican    mamba rorld and the weal of mankind.’' retiring lions and petitions, manufactured H ,. : |<;m>KES FRIENDS AND SUR and otherwise, that are coming to ROUNDlNtaS AND HIS PHYSI-us, have the slightest effect on my | (TANS SAY CASK IS VERY CRITICAL. thit° n t C h 1 r i Japanw r,1 are ^nsTderShly    ^He * compare^'the Evening News callers, Senator Colt of Rhode Is-    Senator [^rah    n^^s"    both' of I inferoior to westerners in intellec- to the Daily Oklahoman and Bal- land. said Mr Wilson had been able usei c »    regarding    ac-     Hy    lhc A** 00 ** 1 ** 1 tuaT powei s. physical strength and    las News and the comparison was to place the Shantung settlement in     ! ™ e Teague    HEIM.IN.    Julv ll wealth, and they must show nu bel- very flittering to the New*.    * new light and had clarin*! other tual sentiment ,. n the league, tation    in    possessing    themselves    of    After a splendid song service con-    disputed poults in the treaty. Sena- whatever    is    required    to    make    them    ducted by Mr. Ramsay, Mr. Ham J tor McCumbey of North Dakota and the equal of others. He added:    began his two sermons for the even- j Senator Nelson of Minnesota who “There is nothing wrong in se-     inR    b y delivering a sermon in song.    sew the president, were    reticent as curing development, morally, econ-     He sang 'Looking on You" with ail ! to ihe subjects discussed, hut said omically and socially. It the best    earnestness and expression that    the presidtnt had given    them much efforts are made in these directions     he    would use in delivering his    interesting information. it will be hoped that no great dif- mos! ingressive lecture.    Senator    MCC    umber    is    the    only In his sermon, proper, he handled    republican member of the foreign the life of Lot in such a way that    relations committee who has favored even the Bible students present    the league and it is understood Mr. were given some inside light on    Wilson talked over with him corn el fore in the city's hPtsiory. NEXT SUNDAY’S SERVICES. © The Oklahoma Portland Cement —- ©    company have just about completed © “The Trial ami Execution of © ‘ their new plant which makes it the Jesus From a I-iegal Stand- © finest west of .the Mississippi and © point.”    ^    ©    one of the best in the w’orld. The This will be Rev. Ham’s sub- © plant is made of solid concrete and steel and will cost in the neighborhood of one million dollars. It is a wet process plant, made with the latent improvements to prevent waste, and when the new plant is finished it will be capable of turning out 4,500 barrels of cement daily. The Harris Hotel is under new management and has one of the best hotel men in the country in charge, j This popular hostelry is now enjoy- ficulty will be experienced in surpassing the arrogant westerners and bringing them to their knees Lookout    H Whipping Post Is Coming Back © ject for the morning service at © ©    11:00 o’clock. Every lawyer © ©    in the city is especially urged    © ©    to attend this service.    © ©    “Hemes and Cowards.”    © ©    Will    be    the    subject for the    © ©    sermon    to    men and boys only    © ©    at the services at 4 o'clock in    © ©    the afternoon. Every male citi-    © ©    zen in the city should be pres-    © ^    ^    ©     en * at this service.    © BEHLIN, July 18.- The I an-Ger- . ^    “Sowing and Reaping.”    ♦ man Zeitnng. which stand* close to 1 0 former royal circles, takes a very 1 serious view    of    former    Emperor William’s illness,    calling    it “deep melancholia.”    It    Is “£Jhat ^     0    pie of the    city    are requested to    O Will be the subject for the ©! fug one D f the finest periods of © evening service. © © Sunday will be a big day at © I © the tabernacle and the peo- © success In its history, tither hotels are also enjoying periods of unprecedented prosperity. Four new business buildings are lie DuvBiciwa wumuw um w,     in course of construction on East critical. Recently he has hardly left    £     tions    to attend J hes c three    ©    Main street, with contracts let for his apartment, and he seldom sees    ©    great    meetings. The Minister-    ©    others. Work is progressing on the former monarch is so the physicians consider his condition © begin now to make prepara- © his closest friends. He displays high degree of nervousness.” © eleven new business bouses on West Main. The number of new business Methodist Musicians. Sing with Ramsay in the Tabernacle choir. If anything has induced you to conclude that this revival is a denominational affair or a booster for the Moose’s Lodge, you are mistaken.—Wallace M. Crutchfield. Pastor. urn. July 18. Aerial Cavalry Now Keeps Watch Over Mex. Border .......    _________ ST.    LOUIS, Mo., July 17.—Re- BELGIAN STEFL CORPORATIONS the story. Many people know the mittee action on the republican side s toratiOlt of the whipping post by FOLLOW AMERICA’S EXAMPLE storv of Lot. and his wife who turn-, of the senate. Senator Nelson never j legislation for wife-beating bus-.    — ed to salt, but those who heard the ha< made a public declaration for bands was urged in an address de- B > ,h “    7    , discourse last    night    will    remember    or against    the    treaty To    all    of his    livered yesterday before the con- BRUSSELS, Beigi    ^„_ rfnl . it    after this    as a    ver>    vivid    and    callers    the    president is said th have    cotton of the    newly organized Na-j Ten or twelve of the    most    p serf I worth-while story.    reit-tald his opposition to res,tv- ., jonal ^deration of Professional    ©‘©i‘Toerman, I The speaker showed plainly    lhat    atlon*    of    any    character    in    senate     and Business    Women’s clubs by    }J}®" decided to pool    their    interest© Miss H. Anna    Quinby, an attorney     forml onp of , he    wor i d ' s biggest i of Columbus. Ohio. a © ial Alliance. © © ♦ © © © © © © © © © © © © ♦ houses erected on this street alone  — -;    during    1919    will    probably amount Lot, tho believing himself a godly ratification of the treaty, man. and posing as such, did not >    —    - have the courage of his convictions j _    _       - and natuiallv could not influence J (J[(J jLOtlCltTlOlTR Sword of Honor Given Pershing In London Today his fellow townsmen nor his own ( immediate family and was forced to , camouflage throughout his life time. J The Evangelist is honest; he is sinceie; and he is right. The services will continue for several w’eeks and the whole people are urged to attend. Comfortable quarters have al-Aerial “cav- ready been arranged for the care Folds Its Tent and Steals Away Miss Quinby’* opposition to the .leniency of present laws applicable to disgruntled and delinquent steel combinations, stock in the va-; rious corporations being taken care of after the manner followed in , merging the American plants into By the Associated Press LONDON, July 18. London's | to 20. The total number of new business buildings in the entire city for this year will probably reach ! 50. This is enough business houses to make a good sized city alone, and j yet they are only additions to the business life of Ada. The East Central State Normal school has been granted a new building by the state to cost $100,-000. Work will commence on this building soon. This will take care ,    .    .    .    roil    th    ch*>    said    merging me American plant- un    General    Pershing    takes    °f another 500 pupils and the newr husbands is the outgrowth, she said. lhe rnited state s steel corporation. tribute     hllil< . jn<r u . ni nl ^     r * n _ The old iwo-fitorjr frame livery barn, erected on the corner of Main . every pion arranged _ wheels aud is slowly moving o’clock. Come early and we By the Associated Presa EL PASO, July 18. airy” keep watch over the Mexican of the babies, and last evening an, Stockton in 1900. and for all border in this district. Datroling the    especial invitations was extended    ^ yearg    landmark f Rio Grande where horsemen ride    to the colored people to attend,    and    j     eyery D|oneer    in this ser ti their lonely patrols between out- reservations have been arraw post stations. Each morning, as the for them. hor ae cavalry ride away to cover    Another    Backslider Dinnerled .......... their beats big airplanes leave the Last night Evangelist Ham    told    j    standing in    the middle    of    Main Fort Bliss flying field for Colum-    the story of Lot as recorded    in    .     as it was this    morning, it is a    silent bus N. M.. on the west and Fort Genesis xiv:14. “And he seemed un-; but conspicuous reminder oj the Hancock on the east to scout along to his sons-in-law as one that mock-1 growth of the city and the con-the international border for bands ed.” From this interesting story, i qU est of industry and development. of Mexican bandits. The aviators | running through the destruction of I in its stead w ill be erected an make daily reports to military head- Lot’s wife and two married daugh-, elegant two-story brick business quarters on the same blanks used ters and their families along with house, with the approach of which of incidents of recent occurrences in Columbus.    GERMANY TAKES FIRST Delegates were urged to work for    STEI*    TOWARD    RECOVERY the re-establishment of the whip-    - ping post and the enactment Of oth- Hy the Associated Presa er legislation of particular interest    VERSAILLES, July    18. to women.    nouncement was made semi-otficial- the form of a presentation in Guild |    building will place the East Cen- Hall, today, of a sword of honor,    tral Normal in a class second to gold mounted, in handsome repro-    none in th? state. The public schools duction of the American army pat-    of Ada are also making many im- teru. Decoration of the Grand Cross |    provemepts and a new ward build- An-    of the Order of the Bath, which    ing costing $50,000 is going up. Ed- General Pershing received, decorates    ucational progress is keeping pace i .    , hat    na    mn    Kurt    von    Lers-     the SW( >rd on the lower band. En-    in every respect with the material ' 0 ' 1 , a> ..! ha '..    amelet! ribbons bear ihe names of     Ermv .h of the city. which the; The city of Ada has the    best w r a- interests    in! Americans participated, and the hilt     ter j n the United States.    It comes ncr head of the German mission here. has been‘appointed charge de the many    a t es in German Attention Sir Knight*. familiar to    Regular Conclave of Ada Column. is now mandery No. 16 this evening at 8    This    ’is"Vhe first German I hands are made of eighteen karat from B yrd’s Mill. 20 miles south of ca    of    diplo-    j    the    city,    and    for    purity    cannot    be equaled. A movement is on foot IOU Wlteeis arni is hiowij ihuiuir    v    re,..,    inward res u mot ion of diplo- down to Tenth street where it w ill leave early. K. < . Sun*. Recorder. • P reUtlon8 with forme r oppo- continue to do service as ol yore.    ----------- MICKIE SAYS nents. bv the cavalry patrol    officers    and !    the    wicked city, and the fleeing of    will    come the    extension of the bus*. frequently report armed    bands    be-    Lot    and his two unmarried daught-    ness    district    of Ada    more    than a low the border    «* rs    tc a cave for safety where they    full    half block to the    weal,    for the The Mexican border    is    called    the I    dwelt bereft of ai! southern front by the aviators and    glory    the    preacher    deduced    the Fort Bliss has been selected as the. following^ lesson One of the many respects in carpenters and brick masons are clearing the south side of the block between Townsend and Stockton preparatory to filling it in solid iW    ***-    >*)OULO    I COMA OUT HY** 'N JOO Nfc* WVtMORN •    OF    NPk-'DOUT $ONAEY«tN* ‘ar yat wtto, HOT OHI M4VA\X'. “ t DONT MARDIN KNOM* MOM* 1’ OO 'DOON \N \    St KVR NS KIN oumDD ii nl I it a anv oth- 1    modern    brick    business    houses. uniiKt any oui       ,_____ .    .    ,    k« headquarter* for the aviation sec lion of the southern department. *|* hi ' h .    "J?,“"“J ,1"' _”‘»v I    In the early days the old barn flying Held beyond Fort Bliss    has    "    .    «iH M    nr    its heroes waa a rendexvous for bootleggers bien sci apart tor the nae of    the    »:><J    evil    *'<i**s    pr    Its heroes, ft vers a bombing Held selected    at    Abraham was    one of    the    mostineai- the government targe, range in New I •>' perfect of all Gods servant*. Hts Mexico and wireless stations built    »••«»>     f; od    «ands    out consptcn- M the fort ami a. landing fields pus > in    his great    Caracter: so that along the bolder Dirigible balloons he became known as the Father of will be stationed a- Fort Bliss and -he FaltMol. Yet whe. ,T.rpln. Presa-other important points along the ed sorel., upon him to the land Jo and crapshooters. Unbeknown to the pmprietors of the place, oft-1 times, and at other times with their consent, no doubt, the wily vender of the illicit liquid would meet his customer at the old barn by appoint-] ment and there exchange the same j for coin of the realm. border and machine shops erected which God had called him he lost, The biK | ofl> always perfumed to renal, airplanes damaged in the faith Rod and_ aatheredjtp his witt , ,he odor of new Bown haym .belongings    and    went down into made a niost desirable hiding place patrol set vice.    ...    Egypt    God    had not    called    him to American army    airplanes    attract-    *- ■    withnnt ed much attention    from    the    Mexican    IWP'    anrt    he went    there    without Midlers and civilians on the south ; consul.mg God about It Aud^ every bank ut the Rio (I.amie. When the time one of God s_children does that first plane to loop-the-loop was seen many Mexicans    believed it to be.    ..    .    ....    .    . falling and scurried for cover. Thejlhai    he feared    he    would    be    killed    to Mexican a'tnv has 14 planes at the Ret him out or the way. so he lied northeastern lone headquarters at »>»>"' her. say ng she was his sis-Chihuahua Cliv and General Man- "*r. Hut aft.., teaching him Ihe les-ual Dlegutx Is planning to establish roo of a"rtlonCod got ta o regular airplane patrols of the MOX-j of KgVPt; for hu llo wa* «bo»» Jo lean Central railroad as soon as it I J?®*?    *    ,    .a    °Vet ..i, aid Ahra is repaired with    a temporary aerial j    Rod    toterterrod.    Not    only servlce between    Chihuahua City    f 1 '* 1 "    hiutse    . and the border until the train aer- I-evP'. bu' bis nephew. Rot. vice Is resumed.    _    IConflnued    on    Page    Eight.) for “private stock,” and many a j long-necked bottle has been crushed on the cobblestones in the alley at the rear. he gets into trouble. His beautiful; Many men now prominent in big : - ZZ wife att' acted so much attention, affairs who no longer associate ,0    -    -    *■ -     W | th    j Barleycorn will note the removal of this old landmark with interest and it will call up many retain lace uses of other days. It is said that this particular pi«»ce of property has changed hands more times than it has shingles on the roof. The truth of this statement was not verified. BIG CHICAGO STRIKE PARALYZES BUILDING HEAVY MANSLAUGHTER BOND FOR GOODNIGHT EL RENO. Okla.. July 18.—Bond in the amount of $10,000 was fixed i iii the county supreme court here I yesterday for Bert Goodnight, at present to issue bonds to improve the water system, such as laying larger mains, etc., in order to get the streets ready for a paving program which is being inaugurated. There are several streets in the city where the people have voted (ma nut charged with manslaughter in the first degree, in the killing    ot his    j 0 j a y concrete paving. One street I    uncle. Calvin U. Goodnight,    on his    j s already being paved and as soon farm near Piedmont on July t>. as wa ter system is improved to By th* As»oci*t«Hi Pr«*iw     The killing resulted trom a quai-j permit others will follow. Practical- CHICAGO July 18.—Over a i     re *     over    a    hayrack belonging    to the j everybody has sidewalks in front hundred thousand workmen are 141e    *“1*Vttataid    wl     of ,h *' ir h ° m “ anrt Wh “ r " ,hey haTe and all building operations here j £J™*'    ^    ; not the walks are being laid. are at a standing as a result of a    *     his    nt , ek    ’I    Among    the    business concerns that lockout    ordered    by    the    executive^ Attorney Patterson of Oklahoma     have made pxt « nsive improvements committee    of    the    Building    Construe-     c and j s Robe rson are    counsel     this >’ ear are the Ada Ice and Co,d tlon Employers' Association, which hor the defendant. C. B Albin, a Storage company which business Ibad issued an ultimatum yesterday de- neij jr h bor, was called to the stand erected a large storage building; daring that unless the carpenters, and testified that the slayer ran to *he Ada Mill and Elevator, the Ada lathers and iron workers returned b j 8 house immediately after the I Compress Company, the American to work today operations would be| tragedy. According to the story j Glass Casket company, several gins, definitely suspended. Strikers ignor- j to j d b j in b y (he slaver, the uncle , the Osage Cotton Oil company, and ed the threat and refused to return ! objected to'the use of the hayrack numerous smaller concerns, and the association’s order was the b \ the boy, and followed him into It is impossible to get accurate result.    the yard, seizing a shovel as he figures on the number of new resi- ---- walked toward the nephew.    dences built in Ada during this year. THE IMBESI RENT STILL    The latter gained possession of But each day reports of new build- CO N FER RI NG WITH SENATORS the shovel and struck the fatal blow ings are coming in. The residences --- I when the uncle reached toward his are going up in every section. Conny ihr Aftftoclfttftd Vretm    pocket as - to draw a revolver. tractors and lumber dealers say WASHINGTON, July 18.—The--there will be no less than 300 new (president’s program for today in-    fSTHRYENTION IN HUNGARY' residences built in Ada during the 'eluded the resumption of confer-    QUESTION    BEFORE    ALLIES    year 19t9. I *n<as of yesterday with senators.    -- j    ----—- Four republicans had appointments, n y the Associated Prnm    SERVICE    CROSS AWARDS McNary of Oregon, Capper of Kan- PARIS, July 17.- The principal, GO TO THREE OKLAHOMANS sis Kellogg of Minnesota, and Ken- topic of discussion before the allied ton of Iowa. No prepared speeches supreme council yesterday, the Jour- By the A^orimcd Pres* divine on the senate calendar today.Inal says. was allied intervention in   _—    Hungary, “where military lf    TW — • action Tomorrow we have the prospects* Don’t forget wnere to get your seems the only means to end a sit- W ASH I NG TON. July 18.—Among distinguished service cross awards announced today were Privates Wil let A Want Ad Get It for you. of a fair and warmer day the forecaster Informs us.    me leases, assignments, re-1 uation dangerous for Rumania and.coxson. Marietta, Okla.. and Wade oil and gas leases, etc. Ada News office. I oland. H. Jenkins, Orlando, Okla.