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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ,, „ A,_ 4. B-*— ~ *. «- <*• *»>    «"**    *'    "" ®he &ba evening JOtetosi PRol BIG RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER Ila    -__ __--^    -- Even The Airship Pilots Strike; Discharge of Two Tuesday Cause ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY BOYS’ ron VS. KEY. HAM IAH ATES WORST SIN SKH AMONG TMK MOK-Ma VNR K^I’FA T A BLK FOLK OF APA. Tht worst sinner in Alia is not the murderer who kills h,s fellow man, the gambler who gets thai which * Goos not belong to him. the thief who steals his neighbor'® property, the robber who in the darkness of night takes that which does not belong to him. tV? adulterer v ho betrays and damns the souls of women, the drunkard who loses all respect for self and for others ‘the harlot who plies her trade at the expense of men aud women and humanity. The worst sinner is the respectable, moral, upright, airable man of influence who uses his influence against Jesus Yhr.s. and the gospel of Christiania These are the sentiments given b> Hex. ll j- Ham at the revival meeting last evening. The theme of his sermon was* “The Meanest Man in Ada and .1* read a portion of Scripture concerning the servant who knew and did not the will of his master and the servant who slightly knew that will and did the best he could with what he knew. In answer to the question as to who is the meanest man in town the speaker said: “There are degrees ot guilt her and there will be degrees of rewards and punishments hereafu, God judges not as man Some people men count worthy of love are counted worthy ot scorn . him with whom we have to do. Judas made it appear that his love was greatest and his love was actual^ the least. The way that seem, right to a man may be the way t a leads to shame ana death. N “The greatest sinner is the violater of the greatest law\ and tile greatest commandment is concerned with love to God. While the second ic like unto it and includes love for ones fellows. The first four of the ten commandments relate man to God and the six last relate^ him to his    brother. Break    one    of    the first four and >011 are    the    greatest •sinner.    To fail in your    love    to    God is far    worse than to    fail    in    love to vour kind. Taking God's name in vain is a violation of the greatest law of all and so it makes the guilty man the greatest s inn el a lady swear? Do any of you approve of a double standard for men and women ? Will a gentleman swear* 1 11 vote you and by your vote you have declared that a ‘cusser’ is no a gentleman. N ou blasphemous old cussing’ blatherskites. you the devil catches you on a cold hook without any bait. I nan rather vou would spit in my face than to take God’s name in vain where I can hear. It is more polite and my advise to cussers is to get some concentrated lye and wash ou their filth' mouths. You followers of Christ, do not permit swearing in your presence without rebuking “put anj other thing before God and you are worse than a murderer or an adulterer. Go to shows on Wednesday night when your church is holding prayer meeting and you! show'    what your God    is.    Go    to a ball game on    Sunday    and you    show that Jehovah is not first with you. A real Christian does not need a law to make him put God first any more    than I    need a    lew    to    make me love my wife and little daughters.    Crime    against    the    nation is greater than a sin against an individual and crime against God’s great est law is enough to make you the greatest seiner in town. Put pleasure before God. or put business before God and you will have a hard / time trying to prove your love for lV)d. They are greatest sinners who turn regllon into cant and formal-, tem-    ^ “Greatest sinners are those "ho sin aga nst light. You people rn Ada have had more light than Sodom, and God haters in this c y are far more culpable than wicked sinners in Sodom. Guilt is also measured by w f bat a man has re-, reived. The man of influence is a greater sinner than the ragged ^ ai \ rant in your alleys. Brother, God will hold you responsible for your (Continued on Page Eight.) IS ID Bl HEIB BB WILSON WILL NOT PRESENT FRANC K PI PENSIVE TREATY TO SENATE I NTH. LATER HATE. FIRST STRIKE OF THE KIND IN THE EMTER STATES SAYS THE DISPATCH. By the Asteriated Pres* New York, July 2 5 A strike ct aerial mail pilots began here to- Jg day, no aviator appearing to take *w out the plane with Chicago mail,) due to start for Bellefonte, Penn.,) this morning. The strike is the first of the kind > in the country. The strike follows the refusal of the postoffice department to reinstate two pilots dis- L> the Associated Pres* W ASHINGTON. July 25. Pres- p ariuIWI1%    ---- ident Wilson does not now’ plan to charged for refusing to take out -    I  _I    I    Vi    .    n.    I___*- —■ — — Af f AIV It PI - prt Fi of the country, according to a tnt Wilson does not now pum charged tor rem®™*®    ^    jrj ♦ sent the defensive treaty with p i ane8 Tuesday because of fog. Bel- KA nice until he returns from a tour mom p ark landing officials would Sja ,,n tho C- VV* 1 '-' Miss Alberta Bicknell, daughter of Mr. and Mr<. Ernest P Bicknell of Washington, D. C., who has been decorated with the Order of Elizabeth by the Queen of Belgium. The Order was bestowed on her within a day or two of her twentieth birthday She has been at work in Belgium for nearly two years. tatement made todaj ut the Whit* House. When the president presents the treat > to the senate he xviii accompany it with an explanatory address. No statement was made at the White House regarding yesterday’s charges made in the senate to the effect that the president had violated the intention of the treaty by not presenting it simultaneously with the Versailles treaty. french parliament elections IN OTT. AND NOY. give out strike no information on the y*®, pK _____ T    M While Washington and New ^ ork air mail plane left on time, de- P spi t the pilots strike, the post- * office department received no report to show that any others were rn flight except a Chicago report which said that all western division planer had left on time. YESTERDAY BINNER OM DIVORCE FILINGS fl PLACED UNDER BOND By the Annodated Pres* PARIS. July 25. Elections    for ; he next Ft ench parliament pro!)    , M j,    >***    -    to    bax*    be**n    pi ably will be held October 12. Six ^ banner’dm J of the year if there Hundred deputies only are to    n    such a    day    for divorce    filings in elected on the 12th Municipal v\*‘C-    c our t    of Pontotoc eoun- tions ani first balloting 'xiii be    than five divorce pro-, held a fort night later. Election ot     were    KA senatorial delegates has been    ten-     Among    1he    cases filed    was that latixely fixed for November 16th. and ^ George E Stewart by his next | W election ot senator for November frieQd    Sara b p Nettles, against M 23.    I     hiF wife Pearl stewart. Mr. Stewart MVV, UKRMANS AKRK8TKD    *««'■*    .hey wero marrled Oc- A GOOD LETTER FROM "MACK" Mr. Marvin Brown. Editor, Ada Evening News, Ada, Oklahoma My Dear Sir and Friend: The Mexican situation has been very acute here in Washington and the Correll case is attracting wide-spread attention. I feel sure that the United States Government will take a course toward Mexico which would be for the better protection of American lives and property and the quieting of the turbulent conditions in that unfortunate country. By the way, as a citizen of Ada I want to express ,nv keen appreciation for the splendid paper that you are now publishing. It is a credit to the ck . of ^ and I am proud of the fact that you are one of the bes, known editors throughout the southwest It is not^unusual for me to meet some friend of youis rn the news paper fraternity here in Washington who mqun es aftei your good health. With good wishes for your continued success. I am. Cordially and sincerely, TOM D. MCKEOWN. HON. TOM I>. MCKEOWN Tin three men arrested on the nigh:    of July 15th    In    connection with    the    robbing    of    16-year-old Ernest Humphries at the Katx depot were given a prelim! na rn hear jug before    Justice    of    the Peace Brown yesterday afternoon. The men    have    been in    jail    since the robbery was committed. The Humphries    boy    was    the principal witness    in    lh*'     cast> against the men. He told tile story of how h6 wRS lured into the dcttk spot above the depot by one of the mea and there held while anothei man    went    through    his    pockets se curing about $14.50, all the money the boy had. The 7>oy is of a delicate constitution and talks with a slow drawl. He wept bitterly as lie told his story. Th* officers who testified in thej chs- were night policemen Anderson and Hotelier. They spoke of how they found the boy after he Was robbed and tho vigilant search they made for the robbers. The Humphries boy    was    with    the officer® at the Frisco depot when the three men were apprehended and pointed out one of the men as the one who lured him aw T ay and held him while the other man did the robbing. The older man has not vet been arrested. Another man to testify was T. R. Willard, driver for the Pierce Oil corporation, who had seen me men at the Katy depot several times that afternoon. The men under charge of doing the robbing are Ernest Delaney, 20 years old, T. M. Martin. 30. and W. H .Rector, 51 years old. Rector is a one-legged carpent et and Martin a one-armed blacksmith. The two last named were with the other men on the day before the robbery and are held partieeps criminis. They made no statement a? the hearing yesterday, and had no lawyer to represent them. The De |an~® boy is said to be of a good family in Kansas and his parents emploved John Crawford to defend him Delaney is a returned soldier. It is said this is the first time he has ever been in trouble in court. The men were placed under $1,000 bond each and being unable to make the bond were sent back to jail to await trial in district court. GERMANS ARRESTED    1*117 Thev    lived    together <*' GOVT. mil) CH A1U1E ^ ^181919 Stuart claim. |H “     ( bat his wife sold their household * r :. h ' A .Tv*;    *R -Sixty aer- furniture which she should not have j COBLENZ. July    .    ,» nnp .,ic 0 returned the gas meter mans from Cologne, Beilin and o -    collected the deposit fie hail er German cities, were arrested     m ^veral other Tuesday    night by    the    army    1°*    '' I    such    as    this therefore he Hence    office    iii connection    with    att     Uef    aml release from aneg^ p'ot .o defraud the ^ycrn:    rn*. •    „ r e P . S e a?.« ^tHlon a?'auctions of resented by W. F. Schulte. anni supplies.    Another divorce case filed was that of Jesse P. Jones against his wife. Part hint* Jon*®. He claims they    were married in    Fillmore. ok la    November 3.    1915.    She left him    March    15.    1916. since which lime    he has    not    known her where abouts therefore he seeks divorce. He is represented by Attorney E. S. Ratliff. 'to Kj » a n +2+1+ Cd Mrs. suit in for th* Martha Fiveash has tiled the district court at Ada turn of $10,000 against the F COLOMBIA IS KIRST ON SLATE. Era Norton Collins C. (Red! Williams, through his attorneys King &    Heats Norton f ford filed suit for divorce in the .    ... ......... district court of Pontotoc county yesterday against his wife, Mary Cat brine Williams. Mr. Williams is a former citizen of Ada and is a “The most contemptible man that I know anything about is a man jv ho xviii bring children into the world and the not take care of them. ' said County Judge Orel Busily yesterday addressing L Burt ' Atkeson, who was before the judge on a charge of abandonment. i The wife of Atkeson was in court at the time the lecture to her ,    ,    J    v.mcuivptux HHV za under husband was delivered. She lives Norton for divorce She states —    ^''“ta^s    X    *    present republic^    he    "th    re? a re” ^1^1 nu that they were married t*o year® Mr wiiiieheud was giving her $200 the peace tieat>     f    this year Mrs . Atkeson do- BHO. and somethin^ more ito     a , mum    toward    her    support    at    be set aside     h '"    , f , il)e lal . ger part of the work on j.. ij-j) • abandoned her. She    ,    j:,. i    i.n<i    nmminpil    <-kt itto eonsiderrition 01 me ireaij    _    ,    .___ i__,__ claims that while they lived CONSIDERATION OF TREATY UL- Okla hoina Portland Cement com- TW EEN VNCLE SAM AND pany. Sin 4 is represented by Attorney R. C. Roland. Mrs. Fiveash sets out in her petition that she is 45 years old and is the mother of A. \V. (Jept W hite- is the mother oi A. xx. IJepi heal xx lit) was killed by machinery IG the Assorted Fiv** has sued her husband |    *     {    Qf    the    defen <iant    com-, WASHINGTON, July -5.^ L for divorce. She states    i,,i v    ‘’nd    ir$he    states    that    present    republican    leaders    V ,    ,     v    s ® per annum toward her support at be set    Tug the larger pari of the work on year ago he-abandoned her    she ^ |lme he died and h . ul promised of the    consideration o ti-it    account of the children being so claims that while they    ‘     to    continue to give this sum or between the Lnited *    *    young Her husband was arrested «  ..........-    „ .     4    get her he treated her with extreme    during    the remainder of her lombia. proposing payment to tm . g. brother of former Governor Robeit crueltv cursed her. used vile and i( m thi. mnn« v ahi has been de- latter of twenty-five million dc ’ w    Un    abv Williams. o living with him unbearable. Mrs. Norton is represented by Judge ( O. Barton in her petition. Mr. Williams sets out in his p* t it iou hat he Aas married at Haileyville, Okla.. August 16. 1917. No children have been born to the union and he states that no community of property has been acquired. In his petition for divorce Mr. Williams states further that from and after six months from the date of said marriage the defendant has been guilty of gross neglect of duty in that she has failed to act and do ar a true and faithful wife should although he has given de- ! fondant no cause or provocation ; t    „    ■ "iuBtlVe and    that he for aitch acta and la without eau*I fuMth™    with    her, Mea. in the premises.    .    . t- rank ij n has entered suit for I Plaintiff    further alate*    that    he    -ala ^rankltn (    Abner owns and    both    ^J    “ d (    FranU lln. She la    repreaented    by At- | personal property of the value or    Edward    J. Walker. several thousand dollars,    that    Franklin    saxs    in    her petl- defendant    has sufficient    property,    Mrs. Franklin    says    in ruelty, cursed her. used vile and ^money she has been de- latter of twenty-five minion dol- * v o    go^    judge Busby pp rob i ions epithets in speaking to    ^ by hls death as well as of    I ars damages arising nom    that    she did not want to live with „r and in many other ways made ^ conlfort and sympathy he could eriean ^"‘^‘‘ornbKn treaty will he, husband any longer. She pro- supply her in her old age.    Canal. *    with*    nlans    duced    pictures    in    which    he    was Mrs. Fiveash claims that it was be taken up next *    Action    shown    in    compromising position with because of negligence on the part for Immediate ratiflcatiom Acnon     Th „     Atke80 ns    are of the cement company that her son has been urged by state depattmen    >     a    rn.,.,. .    •    a1___„ neovc nfArtlnlo     1 HUSBAND A FUGITIVE SHE WANIS DIVORCE til I 11V* LI GI’ ISI-    '    I was killed and she therefore prays officials, judgment in the sum of J 1 J* 000 * $5,000 actual damages and $oUUU exemplary damages. HIG COA!. HTIMKK IN UHITAIN IS BOTTLED By the Ansotinlwl Pre** Claiming that her husband is a' LONDON, July 2 5.—The strike of j ‘    *    ^ w “ approximately a quarter of a million j coal miners in Great Britain that unciiuniit.    — ------ - both real and personal in her possession to care for her the remainder of her life. Plaintiff further states and asks the court that individual property ! possessed by plaintiff and defendant be decreed to go back to ea<m | as before their marriage. PRESIDENT WILSON SIGNS AGltHT LTI KAL RILL coal miners in Great Britain ,ndl By thc AKWK . ia t<*d Pres* threatened to paralyze industry gen- Gratz Austria. ^ tv.....  .    11 or) I nil ti V    *    _______a RUMORS OF MUTINY AND TROtRLE DENIED By rh* Associated Pro** PARIS, July 25.--Rumor® of mutiny and trouble in Jugo-Slavia were denied officially at Laibach according to a dispatch received via Vienna today. ny th* Awociatcd Pre** WASHINGTON. July 25.—President Wilson today signed the agri-' cultural appropriation bill, from which congress eliminated the rid-i er for the repeal of the day light I saving law, after the president had vetoed the original act. lion that they xvere married on May I 1911, at Konawa, Oklahoma. The following March her husband left h*>r and remained away until July, 1918, a period of about six years. The plaintiff states and alleges the facts to be that the only reason or motive the said defendant had when lfe came back to this plaintiff on the - day    of    July, 1918. was to get deferred classification under the Selective Service Act and to evade military service. orally was settled today. IMIKPKNIIKNT GHOATIAN RKPUBLIC l*IMMT.AIMM> By th* A**oci*t«t Pf*** Ut I Ii VT    »    IMV.a    -    ~    ------ th* A*iM*ci*t«wl Pr**»    I    -    dissatisfaction    over    demobiliza- PAKIS. July 25.—Croatian troops    Thirty    were    killed    and    many have proclaimed an independent noQ - in    * Croatian republic, according to a dispatch from Agram. At several points the Croatian forces are fraternizing with Hungarian soldiers. Agram advices do not report any disorder in the capital. first cousins and married in Texas. Judge Busby also took occasion to say he hoped they would not live together again as he was opposed lo people so near kin marrying as these two had done. In Oklahoma I nobody nearer kin than third cousins are permitted to marry. Atkeson told Judge Busby that I he wanted to help take care ot his J boy« but that he was sick most of the time and could do no heavy wo k The judge agreed to let At-Gratz, Austria. July 25.- violent kt HOn    without    a jail sentence with the understanding that he would contribute $3.50 per w T eek toward the support of the boys. He also forbade Atkeson leaving Pontotoc county without an order fro;.! the court. STARES REVOLUTION combat® occurred Tuesday evening at Marburg, thirty-six miles southeast of Gratz, where a large part of the garrison revolted as a result tion. Thirty were killed and many others were wounded. The movement started at a socialist meeting    Engineer Here. where speakers advocated the for-,    Benham of Kansas City, mat ion of a Jugo Slav repub    [    engineer for the Benham Engiueer- PAUFS Julv 25.—Dispatches I fug company, arrived in the city PA Rio, JU.    the 1    this afternoon. He is here for the from Agram and £** tZ b ilking * purpose of estimating the cost and *. ,tU ». Uon “STI JZS £.^2225! helping make plane for the etrten- W KATH KR KORI*-AST.    J?     a °“oveme°n«    for    s,-par- ; h. Iring make plans for the etrten- S tJ l w»m. Y te G t e hT a w" y , th, fore- aUon fro,,, Serbia and the forma- **»n of the waUrwork. system tinned waim, I* the wa ..... I    «     r< >niiht1c.    Troops    are    leav- the city of Ada. Major Benham will meet with the ,ct and to evade military service, iinned warm, is the    weather    tion    of a republic. Troops are leav .he being within the age limit and, cdster speaks «»    •    unit®.    Officers    and    subalterns    ^    -     the .object to military duty in the outlook._______ U«W     from    uniform.,    W    «im- iinlted States. He left her again    shine    Parlor    antj    the army Is In a general state -    . afternoon Their after escaping the army and ahe    ■    •    , adieg    of    digaoIutlon    Serbians    ara    frying     ,r ^„     b announced'aa soon states that he is now a fugitive, \ inewnm pa     SweJLt t'8    to    suppress    the    revolution    by    use    Windings    will    ne annou.w -*• tost ire and therefore she prays, and gen.Iemen at J. W.     CroaU ,„    troops.    'as    they    ere    completed. divorce.    '    *    Taiiot    ■''Bop.