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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Nine Million Over Ten Years of Age in the U. S. Cannot Language in Whichthe Declaration of Independence is Written 9V VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 112 TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1919 _. TWO CENTS THE COPY May f W MACliAY HOYXK, OF CHICAGO. WILL THY TO OF OIUMK. nr Dirigible Explosion STORESClADSFFOR BIG REVIVAL TAiinu nnniiTO inr By tht> F-ivus CHICAGO, July in- ouiry was started today by State s McClay Hoy lie. to fix. the. responsibility for the explosion and collapse of the big dirigible which fell through the roof of the 1 11- nois Trust and Savings Bank build- inc yesterday afternoon, killing persons and injuring twenty- six others. United States District Attorney Cline also assigned an assistant to attend the coroner's inquest set for, todav Seventeen employes of Goodyear Tire and Kubbfr company, I of Akron, Ohio, have been detained pending a decision as to whether SlffllHI IHNVHUI OXCK U1CH IN NOW IN IWWS AND THE PEOPLE AUK SLOWLY STARVING. The audience this morning at the tabernacle was tfie best day audi- ence to date. There were a thou- sand people in attendance and busi- ness men were largely in evidence. V give below a list of firms repre- seiit'ed bv delegations. Otheis escaped the ear of the News rep- hard- BEH1N1) NEIGH- _____ CONDI- TIONS FOUND S .TAIL. I of one of the worlds wi That Pontotoc county needs a -Here court house and needs it badly is OBIIK; Guaranty State bank; F. Bryd a CO.; 0. E. Parker; O. K. Suction company; M. Jack- son Bros.; Conley's Furniture stpie. Crowdcr's barber shop; Snow White barber shop. Yearns barber shop; BRITISH MINISTER OF lUtCON- N PREDICTS AN IN- WITH APPROACH OF WINTER. LION'S CLUB TO BACK CITS COMMISSIONERS IN BOND ISSUE FOR CITY PARK. The Lion's club of Ada met NEGROES PURCHASING HUN- DREDS OF REVOLVERS AND PREPARING. APPARENT- LY TO CONTINUE TROUBLE. By tho Associated Frcus WASHINGTON, July 2 law may be necessary to end race rioting .in Washington which result- ed last night in the killing of five persons and the injury of at least fifty others. Several days of disorders, follow- ing, a wave of negro attacks on white women, culminated in a ser- ies of -battles during the night which police authorities-seemed unable to handle. While the whites assumed the ag- gressive in minor of last Saturday and Sunday, last night's rioting was marked by general pre- paredness on the part of negroes who purchased hundreds of revolv- ers duriiiT the day and early in the evening. They formed in crowds and attacked whites wherever found. Police stations late last night swamped with reports or Ada ngers was i ip over the city. richest oil fields, people have been Eleven persons were killed ana starving. twenty-six injured late yesterday of Ru. when the Goodyear Rubber com- Befoie tne jjar ui i n's bi dirigible balloon ON- nianta cour acknowledged by all. The county is far ahead of her sister counties in most matters but In this one im- portant matter Pontotoc county is far behind. Vulcanizing company; Otto Stone Auto works; Hughes Electric Shoe Treasurer. Swaftar; bish and ton; County nanv's big dirigible ploded while 1.000 feet in the air; being and fell in flames to the top of the of Eu Central Trust and Savings building.; are f the building the'greateBt sources OI fcToday its wells lne are armies re- The The far behind. County Treasure. Garvin county to our west has cUy board of education; Scott Lum just recently completed the erection company; Milling of a cou-t houie that cost In the F c_ Siios; Melton and Lehr, J. illv had been series of flights during noon from the White aniuseuiBiu park. It had kept to an altitude of about one thousand...... feet Thousands of persons were were from the down- backs the country, have found C t an hrohmn f twigs and o, snl from the People where 'oft their county JUSt !t-Ul.ulli> of a cou'-t houie that cost In the neighborhood of Hughes county in the recent election held for the road bond proposition also voted on a bond proposal for the erection of a court house at Hpl- by a large majority to erect one to COST. Work will commence on it soon. The taxable values in neither these counties is any- F U Sims; jneiiu" W Beard- W. A. Alexander; A. The Model; Johnson Grocery L.nther'6 grocery; O. J. tr.e cy that the price of food next- win- ter will "climb to a level never dreamed was uttered by Sir Auckland Geddes, .the British Minis- ter of Reconstruction, in an address at Crewe recently. member of the audience shout- ed "more wages." Sir Auckland replied that, there would be no mon- __ v. It urrmld largely made -r ors and marines and negroes many different sections of the city. The "negro killed was struck over ey to pay J. Abney: eery; the values in Pontotoc i and yet we la-g behind in COUllll ,'vt the matter of a place In which to carry on the county's business. of gas was seen escaping there was a flash, the bi found a small local] The proposition building a i z." ,to rts Earl K. Davenport, publicity man oldest oni> .ime _.. nnH  Boj Scout movement in the city that would include every boy of scout age and at the same time it was the conviction of every member of the club that the only way that it could be done! on a scale that would successful would be to erect I scout hall, employ a scoutmaster by the year and do the thing right poor. It is living as if it Move Duel- was being brewed in Great Britain yet people complained 1. n n t nil now were w More of UK siunr, Dodson'_s grocery; ill tne v, UOuSun s f1 l-JI-vl-' its slept ooun house for Pontotoc county has Co.; 0. K. Market; and lit- been agitated for some time, and I Surprise Store; John ie commissioners' court some two L'. J. Little Krocery; ._.. f. rilfl oir ..rt n nt a rt n A nil and Carl the blimp. Five men ine i; u u 11111 v years ago purchased a huir blacft of ground in Ada to be used Tor this purpose, The lot is one or the best in the city and it. was se- u a P v, j AH., Mrs. Land's Lunch room, and Ada Motor company. Pennon on "Brotherhood. Mavs; HOI- ureat UI-ILUUI c-Conn Drug of a shortage. This he attributed to a doubling of the amount of beer consumed because, since the war .there was more time to it in and more money to pay for it. I in tne lu-iua. i cureu ui u imvi.............-- Thnt-riMv ninnCled. __ lne "L LU rtiici i.'t i were horribly mangled. JOHN WEAVER, Akron, Ohio, as-, medicines jn sistant mechanic T? T A K roil. iw. CARL 01 lu- AH i visited the enure Is no doctor no which 1 1 this part of the court house propo- sition is out of the way and settled. The bank senger. MARIA FLORENCE. j Court Decisions (Continued on Page Reading his text, "Am, I my broth- er's the evangelist said that 'waV a question asked by a mur- dered- and whenever it is asked now it is prompted by a guilty con- to the life- and the teach- infr and the power of Jesus Christ, thl world is answering this ques- lion in the affirmative in all realms of human activity. If tho railroad kills a man or cripples one it i. By sending overseas for beer, scout work. TCpfore the proposition erm on of a proposed scout hall could be definitely considered, ecided that a site must be The proper place for the nan, IL was thought, was in one of the city's parks. Then came-the question of the improvement of a park commensurate with the scout hall and other paraphernalia of the y se silk for stockings and feathers for hats Sir Auckland said, the people were increasing Britain's debt for things that did not matter. "What you ought to get- are food and raw he said. is proud to announce n Crowds which moved up and down Pennsylvania avenue between the capitol and the White de- spite the presence In the city ot two troops of cavalry and 400 oth- er armed service men, grew more determined'as the night wore out and outbreaks were reported more to police headquarters said streq; cars had been stoned in various parts of the city, the assail- ants being both whites and negroes. One negro was shot but not fatal- ly after a mob had boarded a street car and in the ensuing fight two city detectives were slightly wound- mob composed largely of civil- ians, according to police, cor- nered a negro and in the fight that Thecu that even this knotty problem is in nerea a uesiu followed the black was shot and his skull crushed hy the butt of a gun. and Marshall, took up with Famous Outlaw i EVELYN MEYERS, bank em- H. DAVENPORT, publicity TNIDENTIP1ED WOMEN, j Ml the dead except Weaver and Otto are residents of Chicago. I G Norton an employe ot a was in the dirig, JllervU nauiuivij Norton is not expected cover. Ignored, Aeport Comes to Tragic to heeling Says End; No Mourners Last evening at a notorious k' July character that has plied his nofar- lQug .n the cRy {rom the Ume our local beauty spots were still a part of the tall and uncut, came to or the life of his fellow men by selling adulterated food or drugs he is punished for it. You are not allowed to endanger your brothei s Shig disease breeding, filth on vlu? owl premises. Yoifare not permi-tted to endanger your broth- er's property by erecting a frame r limits, ir you or obstruction missioners a to the itatlon of output as "stark, staring lunacv." The mill owners, he said.'limited output to obtain hgh- Tulsa Will Ask Town Stuff; Troops to Quell Ada to Have Real Big Car Strike Cotton Exchange y ihc Associated Press MOUNT CLEMENS, July Attorney G. Stevens for M that Oniv me bank that is invested in the real ..state it occupies and the amount '-invested in state public- build ngs by torney the Chicago Daily Tribune, defend- ant in the million dollar libel suit, was concluded today and the inter- rogation passed into the hands ol Alfred Lucking, Ford's personal at- i torney. FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTBB IS BALKY By tho Associated Press WASHINGTON, July In sponse to President WUson'sre in street HSh, you damaf pest houses are part of the tall and uncut, came to reason pest houses are main a tlmelv and deserved end. This: tahied, quarantine is established hearties; and ruthless outlaw haB the An, ..i.v. .....i mo sale ol drugs are oldinc that the ,_ >._ of the cap- operated alike on the rich and the nolding tnat uie -v' Ital stock of banks that is invested in liberly. bonds is non-taxable, ac- cording To information reaching at- iw torney general's department. The attorney general was told By Ntwm1 Social Service OJICIJIU' "V OKLAHOMA -CITY. July proximately 5.000 domestic corpora- tions in Oklahoma are facing for- feiture of their charters and the payment of huge fines for failure to pay their corporation :license tax, it was declared by A. L. Walker, chairman of the corporation com- m "We are preparing to advertise .about companies which are delinquent, and we will direct the attorney general to bring suits for the forfeiture of their Chairman Walker. A state law requires all foreign and dome-tic corporations to obtain a license from the corporation com- mission while engaging in business in Oklahoma, me mi.uiiicj' that District Judge Marcus L. Bo- zarth at Okmulgee had ruled con- trary to the supreme court decision. General FrecllnK directed the coun- attorney of Okmulgee county to application for a new trial and _.Jry the case to the supreme court If necessary. poor; he has "bled the natives here- abouts at his will and his bandltary was not confined to any. certain sec- tion nor was ho solely an attack-ln- the-dark sort of bird. In fact, little difference was it to him whether his dark deeds were under cover of night's' nable curtain or Illum- inated by tho effulgent rays' of tho noon day aun. They all looked alike to him. "Red." as this famous chap was familiarly known, came to "tho na- Ition" back In tho long-gone gpod tne sale of drugs are regulated, to protect your brother's morals and that of his children, picture shows aud> dance halls are regulated and- censored. What a pity that the types of moral leprosy are not absolutely instead of find that even OKLAHOMA CITY. nlnutelv Deuteronomy declares Oovernor Robertson, when inform- we must' not put a stumbling block- ed the preparations of the Okla- in the wav of the blind, and Paul Unlon .Railway officials a. gives this'a spiritual application as 0 ___I (TA hllP'nt.l By ihc Associated Prom TULSA, July to se- roper police protection from urec-i or Tulsa county auttorltlM. the Oklahoma Union Railway offic- ials today prepared to call on Gov- ernor Robertson for troops to guard their cars and prevent further prop- erty destruction iby street car strlk- The steps were taKen as a result of a mob tearlnevup par.t of the company's tracks at Parthena sta- tion last night, stopping three cars and forcibly -removing carmen and intimidatlnB 'prospective passengers by shooting at them. Mr. C. F. Avery, of Shawnee, was In the city again yesterday and perfected arrangements to install a modern cotton exchange' in Ada. It will be located in" a .suite of rooms on the second floor of the Guaranty State bank building, corner Main and Broadway. The H B. Beer private wire system will be installed, connecting direct with New Orleans. Mr.-Avery stated that the wire would, in all probability, be installed this week.. It is believed that. this will be the center of much' attraction when the cott6n excitement gets High and the sporting blood begins to cir- culate, rapidly in the veins of the fellows who like to take a chance. PU1NCB FLEES COUNTRY FOU PERSONAL SAFbTY sponse to riesiucuL n quest that it approve the provisional appointment of an American mem- ber of the reparations commission, as provided by the peace treaty, the senate foreign relations committee today adopted a resolution that. un- til the treaty is ratified it has no authority in the matter. (Continued on Page-Elght.) _____ IlOn UlWtt- niw S fore the noble copper-colored abo- rigines 'populated the valleys and hills of this empire in the making, and -while our magnificent deposits of coal and oil and gas were Jn their geological infancy. But that n i m J f 1 Notice. H W. Wilson utarts a Job hack In Ada, Okla. Customary Prices. Will find i corner. me on the Eollow weather. Hy I ho Associated Troiw KANSAS CITY, Mo., July CQiistltution-ality of the .federal farm loan act is attacked -in a test suit H1..U iii the United States district courl here yesterday by counsel for Charles E. Smith, director and bond- holder for the Kansas City Title Trust company. Extra fimart assortment ot new Style Shop 7-22-2t ItW Wednesday fair IB the promise the forecaster .makes ,oJC .toworrow.B noma umvu Tulsa to ask for troops to protect company property on tne Tulsa-Sa- pulpa line, declared himself oppos- ed to calling out the troops He believed the situation ought to be handled by the company and the county officials, and stated that rather than call out" the troops he would call for a grand Jury invest gallon of the conduct of .these of- Imilllan. ot Baden, has fled Switzerland, according to a report current here today. It is under- stood that he was informed that the communists wr-e plotting an attack on his residence. bill, de- T.ncir enough for "Red's" early history. As hereinbefore stated, he came By GTQN July to an end at about bed forcement bill, de- time. He was discovered in, m f.s drastic, lady's boudoir and Jnstantly, right Bciioed oy int. w there on the spot, with malice afore- thought, was. sunlc "without a trace" in the bath tub. "Oh, yes! forgot something; His full name -was .scribed by _- 'enough to invite the .veto finally passed the house. The vote was and eighty- seven to two hundred and one, with three members voting present, flclals. MnsoiiH, Notice. Ada Lodge No. 119. A. F. A M will meet this evening at S o'clock for work fcithe Entered Ap- prentice C. G-rlgsDj, .W. M.' Let -a Wanf It for. you. Prcus '.BERLIN, July 22- -Prlnce Max- WilLSON ABLE TO CONFEE> WITH REPUBLICAN' SENATORS By tho WASHINGTON, July 2 dent Wilson was sufficiently recov- ered .today from yesterday's Indispo- sition to resume conferences w th republican senators at the White House without objection from Rear Admfral Grayson, his personal phy- sician. NORMAL PROGRAM WAS immm AFFAIR The -gymnasium at the Normal would not hold that gath- ered there last night to witness the performance given by the class in physical training under the direc- tion of Miss Anna Weaver Jones. It was the last exhibition that will be given by this class during the summer term. The program commenced at and lasted nioro thaa an hour. It consisted, of a number of- drills to the accompaniment of music aesthetic dances, songs and calisthenic exercises. There were abou 60 young ladies taking part and they showed the expert training they had received by the manner in which they w.ent through with their parts. The young ladles were specially dressed in bloomer suits and made inspiring sights as they glided over the floor In the different exercises. Music was rurr nished for the' occasion by the Nor- mal orchestra.   

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