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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Everything Great Is Not Always , But AU Good Things Are Always Great. Moral: If You Would Be Great Try First to Be Good Clinting; VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 113 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Mexico Admits Operation Thirty-Five Thousand Rebels ymhattBodorFletch^D^r -~~^]^^gelist Ham Sags the ; Jffljfl jjj^J Dance Is the Issue; Was His Subject Last Night ....MMI,................................. Ambassador Fletcher Does Not Think Murder a Cause For Invasion of Mexico TMK CASC ALTI KS LAST NIGHT NETTED ONB WHITE MAN KILLED AND ANOTHER WOUNDED. By th* Associated Pre** W ASH INGTON. J uly - 3Although there was sporadic firing in some districts early this morning, major casualties in last night s clashes between whites and negroes consisted of only one white man killed ani another probably fatally w-ounded. wounded Scores in varying fact that the capital is an camp, the fourth night of the race WASHINGTON, July 23. Henry Fletcher. American Ambassador to j Mexico, told the house rules com-1 mitt ce Monday that since his appointment three years ago about fifty Americans had been killed in Mexico without a single prosecution being made by the Mexican authorities. Ambassador Fletcher said he had not noticed any special anti-American tooling in Mexico, and explained that the presence of more American citizens there than FIVE YOUNG LADIES FALL FROM I By the Associated Pros* WASHINGTON. July 23. According to a tabulated report just published in the City of Mexico, there are twenty-five distinct bands of rebels, with a strength of about thirty-five thousand men, now ope-i rating in the republic of Mexico. Opposing these roving and plundering bands. Carranza has about sixty thousand men. The pub-i Halted report asserts that there is co-operation between the rebels in the north as well as in the south, and that they are systematically organized. In the report it is shown that Villa and Angels have 5.100 men. I FORMER SPECIAL AGENT OF DK- Evangelist Ham delivered his fa-; pARTMENT OF JUSTICE SAYS IS CLOSED AGAIN niou3 sermon on the dance at the tabernacle last evening to the largest audience that has yet attended the revival. The big tabernacle, said to seat 4,000 people, was full to overflowing several minutes be- A FTE It INVESTIGATING THE CASE. By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, July :3.—Thomas 1 fnre time for the services to begin. | ’ , , . The crowd was larger than that of J. Mooney did not receive Ju - Sunday night, with young ladies andjtice predominating in of others were ------—, . ,. degrees. outra ,es .fleeting ericans. Reply -----. . i,. Questions by Chairman warfare was less violent than it vt ss CamDbell Ambassador Fletcher said five < Monday, but negroes were 2^ al of recopition of the* of th Last evening Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Price were leaving their home at >30 Hast Fourteenth enroute to the revival service with a truck loaded with young ladies who room at ( tlon „ aeainst accounted for the great their horn * when a serious accident . , \m- occurred. As Mr. Price drove out of hi* yard the truck careened in a ditch he was crossing and threw of the girls to the ground. All The county attorney’s office made j^ lemen few days ago to T ^ af many ca me to the service out a petition a other foreign- v 11 * it ’ w ^ ' • , At - ' I licit luau * " r It is said that these rebel leaders c i os « the Katy rooming house on tnt evening through curiosity can- oaBt side cf the Katy tiacks. The j doubted, yet it is said that grounds on which the petition was many G f those who did go for that went away declaring that. are preparing to go to Japan to secure arms and better equip themselves and their forces for military ta fc ( , n ou t was that the place was a _______ _ the government. I disorderly house and It is said that the situation >on- menace Unties distressing along the border and that life and property are unsafe Desperate bands of maraud-continue to murder and plunder the aggressors Two thousand I’nited troops, commanded by Major Den eral W. G. Haan, will until normal conditions are stored. States Carranza government by the United j or Filens of Mc States would only increase the lur-1 painful!}. Miss l^ois mens, OI mc ers __________ em were injured to a greater 4- n a jj p artR c f the country beyond less degree, two of them very ' |*j (> Grande, and the state de partment at Washington is informed re- Pavement Pickups The mayor of Ada. Judge Gary Kitchens, entered a fine of I S.7 5 in police court this morning against Ivy wright on a charge of drunk. The fine was paid. remain here !noil ,n the anthem republic. added that he did not know of any revolutionary leader capable of establishing a permanent government. The ambassador was summoned before the committee in connection with a resolution introduced by Representative Gould, Republican,! of New York, proposing appoint- j meut of a joint congressional com-' mittee to investigate relations be-1 tween this country and Mexico. Mr. Fletcher repeatedly declined I to express opinions upon conditions in the southern republic, insisting He I Alerter, and Miss Edith Hahn, of Morris, sustained serious injuries and the services of a physician were|f be i r homes required. i *-- almost daily of the murder of Americans who are attempting to make in Mexico. a perpetual they were through with the dance The strength of the discourse oi As soon as the owner of the house last eve ning, to a great extent at learned that the petition was boing I least, was due to the fact that the in his trial at San Francisco num ‘i for his alleged connection with the preparedness day bomb explosion, according to a report by John B. Densmore, former special agent of the department of justice who investigated the case for the depart-ment. -------- The Densmore report, dated No- The strength of the discourse of vember ^ 1918, was submitted to the house today in response to a resolution. The report called reason prepared he came to the prosecut- ’ speaker quoted largely and extensive- j Mooney * s trial a "patchword of in-ing attorney and told him that he, ly from on ie other authorities on the the owner would close the house subject. It was the desire of the voluntarily and keep it closed until speaker, apparently to h •i truant could be secured that audience with the fact J ha * “ e would- be eaUs factory ... the public not the only man ^“ fe in ° r t and to himself. The place is closed the pulpit that sees at present. congruous makeshift and desparat© expediency,” and added that theie was nowhere any resemblance consistency. of F OF being Governor Favors New Location for Negro University TOM NING HAS GONE TO N. C. DANN HEARING cl cLi) ce He began his discourse by an-1 •lysing the dance} and giving its his-1 tory, giving its origin and purpose' and citing hundreds of references; of tact and history to prove its evil tendencies. Ada Playhouses ooooooooooocoooo © In yesterday s paper ii was stat- . ^ furnished only facts. ed in the building P e ™ llts **n 0 von regard the situa that Mr. Joe Sprague had secured > a permit to make $85 jn repairs It should have stated that amount was $800. The case of the slate against J ,, P Jones of Roff, on a charge of stealing a cultivator, was tried before Justice Joseph Anderson Mexico as improved in the last three the years?” esked Chairman t ampbell. "Oh, yes,” was the quick reply. "In what respect?" Columbus has not been raid-the ambassador answered. When Chairman Campbell called attention to the recent murder oi American citizen and the mai- yes- Tbe sheriffs office was called from Sherman this morning and j situation in notified that a baby had been found in a car of brick that had arrived there last night. The baby seemed to have been about one day old and its head was cut off. As soon as Sheriff Rob Duncan . received the telephone message he got busy on the case to find out where the baby came from. The car went through Ada yesterday troni terday. Mr. Jones is a merchant at ; u " nt 0 f his wife in Mexico, the Francis, where the freight Roff and a cultivator belonging to another firm was in an alley near his place. The cultivator disappeared and Mr. Jones was accused of taking it. He was cleared of the charge and it is stated that Tie should never have been arrested. train ambassador said this did not involve! was made up. The brick were in a relations between the United States coal car. The sheriff found that in Mexico. Pressed further as to mprove-in conditions in Mexico, the ambassador said that among other things agencies by which the I niter! Mates was better able to trails- round act business in Mexico had been established during the past there the car had been loaded at Sapulpa and had been sent south from there. It is not known where the baby placid aboard the car, but it not been dead long when w as had The family of Postmaster J. W. Westbrook returned last night from Dallas. IVX. They had started on 'an auto Dip to th - Pacific coast but so deep in the mud tn^Texas elUzvnI as n an,,roo, „ they were?” By New*' S|*c»»l Service OKLAHOMA CITY.^July 23,-After making a thorough investigation cl the buildings and surroundings of tin Negro Agricultural and Normal university at Langston. Governor Robertson declared Monday that he will recommend to the next legislature that the institution be ri located at some more desirable and suitable place if some method cannot be found whereby the location can be changed without legislative enactment. While paying tribute to the management of the institution under i the direction of President Marques, the governor severely criticizes the buildings and surroundings which 1 1 for Tom King, of the First National Bank, left yesterday afternoon for Kansas City, to represent Ada atle the hearing to decide on locating o a branch of the Federal Reserve O bank at Oklahoma City. Mr. King O was to stop at Oklahoma City on O his way to join the other delegates © who go from this state. j & It is expected that a good siz- ® ed delegation will go from over the w state. Only the most important » towns of course will send delega-1-I tions. but Ada is considered as one of the bos! in financial and banking circles and this city Is alwajs asked to take part in movements of this kind. Mr. King is a man Of tom considerable influence and no history I find O banker could have been sent AT THE AMERICAN. Tonight at the American an unusual iv good program is to be given. The first film is showing Eddie © Polo .who is always sure to please, © and then comes the International © i News reel. Enough cannot be said OI of this splendid service, showing © all the current events of importance that are occurring all over ;he world. This service is of untold value to school children and college students alike. For >our own educational advancement you cannot afford to miss this kind of film service. At the Liberty. Do you know 7 who is at the Liberty t hea« re tonight? Its Billie Burke. At last we are to see the wonderful Billie in a comedy which will be especially attractive to women and children. It is called Good Gracious Annabeile, and special arrangements had to be made with and in studying its ^ ziegfeld, Jr., to secure this num- three, ber for the Liberty patrons tonight. Wherefore do the wicked live-—They send forth their little ones like a flock, and THEIR CHILDREN DANCE—aud in a moment they go down to sheol. And they say unto God. Depart from us; for we desire not the knowledge ot Thy ways. What is the Almighty that we should serve Him? And what profit should we have, if we pray unto Him? Job, 21:7-15. © 0 ©. O i © © © © © ,© © © c Q © © © O © 00 H © © © © © © History of the Dance. Dancing is a very ancient exei that there are daises, each distinct "Are Hie murders Of American got they were compelled to the trip. Mr. Westbrook is waiting in Dallas until the mud dries up to the point where he can return with the car to Ada. In yesterday’s News a list of the stores represented at the morning * services at the tabernacle was run. The list was furnished by the press suet committee of the revival and was not gotten up by the News. It was said the committee only named those stores who were represented at the sam. asked Chairman Campbell. The ambassador replied that he would refer the Committee to the list o! Americans who had been killed. "Many of those outrages." Fletcli-said, "were committed by bandits. The;-- bandits have been pur-but it was difficult to tell how rn get the men who had committed the murder.’ Representations in each case, had been made to the J. R. BEVEL SEED GASE TRIED THIS f,,r US,> hpre aS 4 ,1< ‘ 1PBa ' e 10 ,hiS hear ‘i nature and purpose from the others. L olsHKVIK poll,’HK TREATING ii * ti leat I on a ’ . . —— “First there is the relig.ous dance ...... pe Arg DISPATCH SAYS Th. .round -round.,* the in-j jj... . of SU. which constitutes, *<*“ ' ► « K._D.S. AiUlvA UAM WILL government, which in Y ♦ fnr thp reason communicated with loca Pd “of 'represemed who failed to take act. he Car-turn Tin cast of the Mangeledorff j day i Seed Company against J. R. Bevel | the was tried before Justice H. J. Brown J this morning. The plaintiff was* represented bv IL H. Epperson 1 0 © while King ^ Crawford represent- : o ed the defendant. The case grew out of a transac- o tion for seed while Mr. Bevel was © stiiution. the governor declared, is j poor and entirely unsuited for agri-I cultural development. Every build-! j ing. he said, is in band condition I and the dormitories are in bad Condition and poorly furnished. The last legislature appropriated $85,000 for new buildings at Langs- j ton, hut the governor said yester-. thai h*- probably will oppose spending of this money until another institution has been relocated COME AGAIN an act of worship of both true and false religions. ll was generally on joyous occasions—an-of great victories, By the Associated Press LONDON, July 23—The bolshevik practiced on joyous occasions ‘ ll1 ' delegation has arrived at Kishiniff niversaries of great victories, ot offers of peace to the com- on other occasions tor great rejo c- j man( j € - 0 f ^e Rumanian minister’s ing. We can find many records os troopg on beha if 0 f Nicolia I .en me, this dance among the Hebrews well as among Pagan nations this Manager Summer Jones airan of ball with Atoka The game will be game morning. ed I “The second dance is the vaude-; Ville after dinner, Pompeian dance. ka it was indulged in by women in ancient times, generally nude, toi OOO OC OO OO co © . Q noon. Th:s w’ill MCKEOWN BOT. © with Atoka this © © © played at Ada next Sunday after- the entertainment of «»«**• °!' i I select company at some theatei or he the second game < * e,eci p , „ that clos- ranza government, w.i.m tlon for peea wnne Mr. i>r»n .services an a . reason communicated with local authorities,^ business here last year. In June that all [ion. I of last year Mr. Bevel contracted A new* grocery firm is business in Ada. It is Joe IL I rim and Son of Wynnewood. They have "And von don’t recall one P roFe_ for SO iue $166 worth of seed from entering clition?” asked Chairman Campbell.!^ MaDf relsdorff concern, the seed I don t at this time.” What excuse has been given in to be delivered in January of this vear. In December he sold out and © © © © © © © bou-rn out the Plmmons and Coker official oirelo, for lack of arr..,, or,— , he ,„nce,n countermanding O « «Li Main Street Their! prosecution?" ! , h( , or der. The company sued Mr. ^ aril! a anear In the 'They usually explained the mur- bu , , he Jury in the case de- - announcement will appea’ , d , committed by bandits. News as soon as invoicing is com »' would be pieced They are experienced grocery and _ a ^ the bandits.- men and will make their presence felt in the business life of The com miinity. Mexicans Favor Germany. Fletcher said Mexican ti oops very hostile to the United ii a tm. I •States an i favorable to Germany. Justice Brown was called , f coni mitred any ! were the ceremony I friendly act toward the Allies .lur-, at West Sixteenth street Where he performed ^Yv7cTor“a int the war. Fletcher said shipping KatV."elghteen miles from here this uniting In marriage M ss ' ha() bwn maintained from Tampico,, lnornlng , Aboul ten persons were Maxwell and Mr nomdar where rich oil fields were located. B i|ghlly Injured. The locon They are two of the mo White declaring that ^deplorable | tender and four coaches were young people of and have a host of friends w wish them a happy life together. Thev will live in Ada. A large crowd cideil in his favor and the case was £ thus settled. © © © © © © © © © © © C © c SANTA KE WRE*TC NEAR HOUSTON THIS MORNING By th** J’rew | HOUSTON. Texas, July 23.- San-j ta Fe passenger train No. 17. Forr Worth to Denver, was derailed locomotive, over- ”wonderful j JApANltfiK PKACIC DELEGATES ,ncy ... submission” was manlfcatcd Tire' |»KNV ADVKIWK «H AID JKS of their final Ctfrrmnu government, he added, is;py,th. Aws»ci*t*d Prrw mony. elr r ° b0 conditions exist in certain districts’ turned in the mud Fletcher said in the district con-; —-- trolled by Carranza, “ c © fir control of most of the rMpublici PARIS. Job’ 23. Th| Japanese,o rnnsunmiated and practically all porta. He said delegation to the peace c ® nf ®[® n ^ ^ Mer-Ute territory eontrolled by Villa was today issued an emphatic denial of © that "upon which he is camp-She assertions ed on that day,” declaring Villa settlement in end of"South Broad- commanded a mobile force only. J treaty was Washington, I). C.. July 23. 1919. Marvin Brown, Editor News, Ada. Okla. The state department advises me this morning that the Mexican foreign office reports that military authorities in the state of Tantauli-pas have been given definite and positive orders to actively pursue the assailants and assassins of John W. Correll. In order to identify the four bandits guilty of the crime said authorities have ordered a minute investigation to be made among the inhabitants in the place where the crime occurred. The state department has telegraphed the American embassy at Mexico City to keep this matter constantly before the Mexican foreign office for action. Mrs. Correll’s testimony will he taken today before the committee on rules, of the house. TOM I). MCKEOWN. M. C. season, the July 4 th first banquet or oriental court dance of Salome before King Herod. A g, troops ‘ " the bolshevik premier, according to a Berlin wireless dispatch. me offers to give Bessar'jia to Rumania on condition that Rumania shall pron bit Ukrainian citizens and Kolchak’s bands from crossing the Rumanian frontier. An eight-day armistice has been declared on the Besluroian front. The one being played July 4th and which resulted In the 'narlvrdonl of Atoka Winning. John the Baptist, is an illustration The manager of the Atoka team of this kind of dance. says they will have the same liners up as op the previous date and will come with the intention of waith# local lads In the same as before. The Ada men 1 we A deal has been whereby P. 8. Case of the chants and Planters bank becomes onD the owner of the W. K. (hanoi 1 home at the way. The house Is one of the fln- Ada. It © © © © © © © O 0 © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © UN ULE SAM SIGNS WITH BULGARIA AND TURKEY “The third dance is the dance ^ A8goriatwJ Prcgg for then , „.,vrTnv loping manner indulged in by both sexqs own pleasure and was practiced, according to the earliest history that have bv the heathen prior to This was don't believe it can be done and t^hey ^imon'amo^g 'he lower tribes they are practicing up this week to mak* 1 the game interesting every view point. Some few people have complained to, the prosecuting attorney about pet muting ball games to be played on Sunday In Ada. In discussing the matter with a reportoi this morning Mr. Wadlington stated that there was no law in this state against the Sunday games as the legislature some years ago repealed the law prohibiting Sunday from I and also became a popular amusement among the low dilettante element in Grecian and Roman society in the time of their decadence Cicero, the Roman orator, would often nay. 'No one dances unles* Ire is either drunk or mad.' This statement is a fair expression of tire opinion held by the better classes of Egypt, Greece and Rome, concernwig the dance of pleasure in the da's when their civilization had reached its height. We also find that a little over 200 years ago it became a WASHINGTON. July 23. — The United States w’ill sign treaties with Bulgaria and Turkey, it was announced today at the state department. THOOPS ARE MOVED INTO YORKSHIRE STRIKE AREA By the Associated Presa LONDON, July 23. — Troops moved today into the Yorkshire coal strike area. Sir Erie Geddes, the government’s representative, explained that the move was for the protection of navy men who are keeping* mine pumps operating. FAMOUS SOI’! SHOE DANTER DIES IN CALIFORNIA TODAY snorts. Tile prosecutor does not at- ---- . tend the Sunday games himself but popular amusement among th > - -- says a great many people take their mans, but was finally repudiated t ^ ^ A8Soc i Rt cd Pres* Sunday recreation that way and heHhe better class of that SAN DIEGO. Calif., has no authority lo refuse them went to its 11 J* 8 f , ord I George H. Primrose, the practice. VIM,A TO IMBBAND ANI) GO FOH AMMI AITION cst if HO" Hi** best in AUH. ll •*- U*«»«ana hilt ho file roof, and Americans among Mexicans, but ne is, ^ a8 of solid brick with , has sixteen rooms. The considers- j added lion was $15,00©. The house was been vc built five years ago. It is said it could not be duplicated today $25,000. The Mexican government, he said, drawal divided tome land owned by regarding that the Shantung the German peace In exchange for wjth-of the Japanese contentions j the racial clause in the league of nation’s covenant. 0000$00 OO QOOOOOO SOCIALISTS RIOT IN BERLIN; TEN ARE SHOT TO DEATH July 23.— the famous instrel and originator of the soft and was introduced into rare hBre today, aged country along about the time or the (oUow , a severe illness. Prim- war between the states. * - * * * in France during the days of Lord Byron and was introduced into this; . for that ’’those cases have ry frequent.” (imranza Is Friendly. } P** 1 The witness said the Carranza Electric (Continued on Page Eight.) Broadway* Have your shoes rebuilt by shoe makers.—W. J. Hughes’ Shoe Shop, 121 South 7-23-21 By the Ai>*oei»ted Pre** EL PASO. Texas. July 23 - Frau cisco Villa and General Felipe An- evangelist gels have disbanded their forces un-j dances aa follows. List of Madem Dances. In the course of his remarks Hie gave a list of modern The waltz, two rose was born in London, Ontario, and began his stage career when By the Ainociated Pre** BERLIN July 23. -Ten persona ex- were shot during a disorder attend- . . ing lh.- breaking "P I socialist meeting by Spartacana and communists bere today. DI Sept'ember "and have announced step. one-step, and all their family to STX.™ they would go! known by such = J ♦ „ Tannn in an effort to obtain am- trot, gr.zzly beal, bu J 8» • to Japan in an effort for the Villa Americans who arrived from Chihuahua report. movement, last bug, gaby glide,, pollywog wiggle, night hippohop, ostrich stretch kangaroo (Continued on Page Eight.) V. Ca. Holden C oming. We are expecting Dr. P. G. Holden, one of the greatest agricultural leaders, of the present time, at the Normal Friday. Mr. Holden will also address the farmers of the countv at the club rally Saturday. B. A. PRATT.
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