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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma How Would it Do For the People of Ada to Designate A Volunteer Street Working Day and All Wat Ifoa Clinting i^etos VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 120 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Six Thousand Soldiers Equipped As tor War Patrol Chicago Streets THIRTY' DEATHS AXD A THOU* SYNP IX JI 1 RIES IS TOIJi OF RACE WAR TO DATE. By the Associated Ureas CHICAGO. July 31.—The main negro Quarters of the cit> of f hit. - ago today were patrolled by six thousand soldiers, equipped as for war. after four nights of race rioting that has caused a total of thirty deaths, seventeen negroes and thirteen whites, and injury of nearly a thousand, two hundred of whom sustained serious wounds and a dozen of whom may die. No additional deaths resulted from last night's riots but many injuries and fires are recorded. All was quiet in the troop guarded territory by 2 a. rn. today. Is Vice-President Marshall Paying The City a Visit? That is a question that has been asked several times during the past few* days. We are able to answer it by saying that Mr. Marshall is not here, but he has a “double’ who is here and who has been for several days. The ‘‘double” of the vice-president is in the* person of S. F. W hitman, whose last residence was McAlester, but who is in Ada visiting relatives and looking for a location. Mr. Whitman has been attending the big revival at the tabernacle from time to time during the past few days, and when he would take his seat on the platform many people have been heard to ask if that wasn’t vice-president Marshall. A representative of he News staff has also been somewhat confused on the matter, notwithstanding the fact that he has known Mr. Marshall for several year.4 and saw him not longer ago than last December. Cheer Found In Prospect of Settlement Saturday of Chicago’s Car Strike . ■ h r Don't face Judge Busby In Court With A Mustache By th** Prest* I CHICAGO, July 31. Working: I Chicago found cheer today in the j prospect that the strike of car men might be ended by Saturday morning. Possibilities of a near solution of the strike question came with the announcement that fifteen thousand surface and elevated men, on strike since 4 a. in. Tuesday' would ballot tomorrow’ on whether It iou ever get “pulled.” and >our to accept the wage scale agreed case should happen to come up iii < upon Monday night by their repre-Oount> Judge Orel Busby's court, sedatives and rejected the same dont make the mistake of going night by a mass meeting of six before his tribunal unshaven. i thousand men. Leaders claim that At least that’s the advice of a | this meeting was not representa-son of Ham who appeared before tlve of the desires of the majority, him yesterday ou a charge of va-1 Preparations for tomorrow’s bal-grancy, wearing a ctite little stub- loting have already begun. (I rn JI Barrett Names Shawnee Men On The Rifle Team of !ntermarrying rtsrwAar «« r,UV.T 'JZ^JT'Lr-r would wed -he rHuceorWu.es. youngest daughter Princess Maria. _ rot ’N TY .It HOK OKEL lit SHY’ _ , . .. INwwswd of Many of the (bainite! At any rate he tackled Mr. M hitman* of (h# . UnwmH Federal on the street this morning in ordet Judge, Kenesaw Mountain that he might be sure of his Landis. ground. - - In the interview it developed that , v . .. . -................. - — Mr Whitman like Mr. Marshall, by mustache with waxed ends and M , j L „ Heath, James nu limn, curled, German like, at an angle of By S|>eri»l Strvio* OKLAHOMA CITY, July 30.— dias. F. Barrett, adjutant general has ,'nnounced the personnel of the civilian tifle team w’hich w’ill r€ j p-resent Oklahoma at ihe national matches were to have begun August 4. but the adjutant general’s department received word that the rifle grounds were flooded and that der inure of the Oklahoma team should be delayed pending further orders. The team which will represent the national guard will be announced later. The civilian team comprises: C. Dale Wolfe, (captain), Wewoka; G. K. Hettick. (coach) Muskogee; Ray Cullen wider, (quartermaster). Muskogee; E. T. Carson. F. D. Keller, of Shawnee; Fred Lasiter, Wewoka; Marion Henderson and Rudolph Carter, Pauls Valiev C. T. Putman. Gould; V. L. Senate Finally Gets Copy of the Treaty With France; May Be Debated GEN. CANDIDO AGUILAR Brown, Ross Eagan and Edward the alter- was born in the. ‘‘hoosier’ . Indiana and Is only about five years ... Brannon, all of Muskogee; younger than the vice president. Not Theee were two eolo.ed gel ,1. ^ ^ T y H ors«ly of We en, y that bu. they were born and men ■^ cwusM sam,Am reared in the same ba *« charge, that of being “rags.” They wok a and R. W. Fields of Muskogee. been friends and acquaintances since early boyhood. Mr. Marshall was born and reared at Columbia City, twenty miles west of Fort Wayne. while Mr. Whitman was born and reared at Decatur, twenty miles south of the same city. Mr. Whitman was married in were both guilty, evidently, but thev didn’t both have a mustache. He of the shaven face was handed a fine of ten dollars and costs, a fine that by no means seemed unreasonable. Blit Cie loon with int ^mustache was too much for the judge’s panel! rn*. and with the remark that Haywood Freed On Bail Will Now Tour the Country Bowling Green. Missouri, the home (his was evidence per se that he was of Champ Clark, and his wife is a the word “vag” of the two he gave life loup friend of the Missouri him the regular fine of ten bucks” ' conaressnian and one of his most ar- and the tosis anti then soaked him, vkn'WOHTII Kins July dent admirers a la Kenesaw Mountain Landis, t. ti LEAVENWORTH, Kans.. July Mr W hitman came to Indian Ter- . xlra for the mustache. 3n Planning an Immediate rttorv in ISS* and has been idem!- When Mr. Coon number two gets to Chicago to be followed later by iterests cf his fine paid and accumulates twenj a tour of the country, William D. WASHINGTON. July 31. The special treaty with France, promising immediate American aid to that republic ny repelling any unprovoked attack by Germany, has been sent to the senate bvt President W’ilson. In his message urging ratification the president declared the promise a “temporary supplomeu'” to the treaty with Germany ami me league ANEW DISEASE “THE UNPARDONABLE SIN” WAS THE SUBJECT OF THE EVANGELIST OX LAST EVENING. Evangelist Ham delivered a convincing sermon last evening at the tabernacle in answ r er to the question; "Who are the Hopelessly Lost?” Reading many passages from the Bible he presented the sad plight of four different classes who are beyond redemption; apostates who have turned to false doctrines; reprobates incapable of hearing or seeing or turning to the light; those who have turned the grace of God into lasciviousness who are in the church but living in willful sin, and those who are being hardened for destruction because of their repeated resistance and refusal to be saved. He also told how it happened, how people might be led by the Holy Spirit to a full light and yet reject the light after i-t was received aud fall short of hope and salvation. We give some idea of the sermon in brief: “This is a new age and man has special responsibilities. For these new conditions a new message and ! a new messenger are required. The Holy Spirit is the new’ messenger ___ for the new’ age and hears a new message. Through him only can FORT SILL SOLDIERS TO CROSS we approach and appropriate sal- BATS WITH THE ADA vat ion.* No man can afford to tamp- BADGEKS AT EARLY er with God’s message or messeng- DATE. er. This is the age of the Holy Spir- --- it and you can’t get on without. Manager Somer Jones of the base- him, however much you try. ball team has n.ade arrangements If the disciples who had per- for a series of ball games with the formed miracles were commanded to team from the Fort Sill military tarry for the power of the Spirit, ,i w*sXiOte Cw. . , .vNvXv. X* Si F post. how’ much do you need him The visiting team is made up of a now! There is no conviction for bunch of recruiting officers who gin without him and none to lead will be here on recruiting duty to salvation save as he leads. But of nations covenant, designed to give an(1 likewise plav three games of t h e Bible teaches the possibility France protection in rn tme-gency baH the dates being Aupus t 8, 9 of grieving him. At certain times “ without awaiting the advice or th*- and jq X j,e visitors are said to and f or special 'causes the Spirit league to act.’ He pointed out that be a stronR aggregation of players ceases to strive with men. There is rn11•>,• nmm k “ “ " ' n m; ‘ “ ' and the y have assured Mr. Jones a time w hen the Lord may not be ill earn a11 ,h<> found. When the age of probation a result of this endg tbe PSe ot * damnation will be gin. There are men in this city whose hearts are as hard as steel. They do not go to church to worship. and they have no feeling. . Their wills are perverse. “How may we recognize these who have commit teed the unpardonable sin? Let us divide them into four groups and may God grant that none here may rail in either of these classes. The apostate turned away from the raith. They reject the truths of Christ through a similar promise had been inside by ,„ v T ......... Great Britain and said that the ob- “£at the local lads wi ligation ilie I nited Stales but par- g p Urg ,hev wear as a tially discharged a debt to Fiance series which “nothing can pay” in full. __________ The senate received the message in open session and referred the treaty, without discussion to the foreign ielations committee. \o Reference to Criticism. There was no reference in the message to the senate criticism which was based on a clause of the treaty requiring that it be ‘“submitted to the senate of the United States at the same time the treaty of Versailles/* presented by the president on July IO Departing from his custom of de- Government Wire Control Ends at Midnight Tonight will hie himselt to a Darner snow industrial VV orders OI me worm, to ----- nuhlir bv the senate’s unanimous * r u . -"Vi----J— ..__ and there get divorce from the deco- was released from the federal pri- liar was formerly a hostler on a Vera a n( to remai n in open session re,urned back 10 pri ' at€ °" 1 8 P “ that ever lived. One day wading . • , _____ -J ... _ r____ .... U. Ill I ‘ r — - ■ tho Rlhlp <shp stormed and to him yesterday. rations which proved so expensive son here upon th e receipt of pa- Cruz estate. He afterward became w j,iiPthe message was read and to pets from Chicago showing approv- fen officer in the Madero forces, rising prj . lt it and th ,, treaty in the rec-al of his bond, pending an appeal, to the rank of major, and since hit I ord Reasserting that he and 92 other marriage to the daughter of Carranza j t j 8 likely that the treaty will be I. W. W. ’s had not been given a the rank of general has been given I taken up by the committee within a fair trial, but expressing confidence along with the charge of the Vera ; few- days and considered jointly Jiff .TjtP tnr ma°nv C vearT U He serV- ty cents extra, it is thought that he baywood, former secretary of the Id In The Oklahoma legiilature from win hie himself to a barber shop industrial Workers of the World. Pittsburg county from 1911 to 1913 and has been prominent in many political campaigns In the eastern part of the state. When asked if he was related to Walt Whitman, the great poet, he modestly denied any knowledge of such relation. Likewise with ex-governor Whitman, of New ^ ork. The fact remains however, that there are only two branches of Whitmans in this country, the English and the German, and since Mr. <?. F. Whitman is English and not German, it’s a cinch that he is related to both of the celebrates above mentioned. By th** Assoriat*d Press WASHINGTON. July 31. At mid- deception. Eddyites have commit-night tonight the government con- te< j the unpardonable sin. All the livelong th«* messages to congress , r(> j of telegraph and telephone sy«- j teachings of this blasphemer deny Aguilar, son inlaw of in person, the president transmitted ^ emg t he country which began every fundamental teaching oJ nza, is special envoy lh* 1 treaty and his request Un ran- j uly 2 *>, 1918, as a war measure, christ and His Bible. Mrs. Eddy ........... will end and the properties will be was one G f the greatest blasphemers Gen. Candido President Carranza of Mexico in Washington. Gen. Agu Aration by messenger. Both became Spread the Good News; President Looks Into H.C.L. By the Aiw*ici*»t«*«] Pr**»» WASHINGTON, July 31.—Preai-„ T x... * dent Wilson is giving “deep JUid „u.«*m , v , wnw At any rate Mr. Whitman a , very tHoughful consideration” to honest tmmigration should mercantile man of superior abil- the hjgh cast living, accord- ity and is looking for a location, j n ^ an announcement made and we truBt that some of the big from V Vhite House today. The an- that the higher courts would re- s (Cruz district, verse the decision of the lower courts in his case, Haywood said he would appeal in his tour, whlc r is to begin in the east, to “the work-| ing men of the oountry. Same Old Camouflage. Declaring that members of the I. W. W. were “ better Americans than other citizens because we sympathize with honest foreigners, and believe be en- TADA BAND BOYD HAVE with the Versailles treaty. Before I this is done, however, the committee will hear several of the experts who advised the American peace delega-! tion on economic subjects. ADA IRADES COUNCIL ELECTS NEW OFFICERS from the Bible she stopped and said “This is a lie.’ She never quoted a line from fifty-six out of sixty-six books of the Bible and must have considered the whole book one unending chain of lies. Anyone w l)o loves Jesus Christ will refuse to swallow what Mrs. Eddy teaches. Those accepting her commit the unpardonable sin and are firms of Ada mar see the advisable n()llncerm . nt further asserted that \iIT~ ity of offering him something that ^ branches of the government that couraged,” he added that the L W. W. could forsee no dangers to Am-i picnic erftcan labor from ‘‘honest im rn igra- report a great will induce him to locate In Ada and become a permanent citizen. Mr. Whitman’s wife is a sister might aid in solving problem are seriously at work on it. The first ates toward lowering to Mrs. Huber, of Shaw’s depart- hy[UK coat were take n today with ment store, and it is with the HU- fhe inaugurat j on G f a plan of sale hers they are visiting while in the of & hundred and twenty-five nilled ty. IK HK Eli’S UNION AT BREST Representatives of the various lost without any hope of salvation The century old senate customs of trades now’ unionized in the city from Heaven. With this blasphe- _ ■■*> i considering treaties in secret will b^ 1 m et at the Moose Hall last evening mer we will classify Russell, and nnriT TlklL IT lf NU ll III A l )rok<in n<ixt Monday when the long an d perfected a more cohesive or-1 a n fortune tellers. Saul did not urn til mr Ut Ell I ll A VV A Pending Colombian treaty is taken j ionization than has hitherto existed. see k the witch of Endor until the UIIL.ni Mini- Mi im IIM ti * I up q hit agreement for open ses- and elected a new roster of officers l 01 ^j had left him. Bud, you never __dona, regarded possibly as fore- for the ensuing year. turn to fortune tellers until you casting public consideration of the The offices filled and those se- have broken company with Christ. The Ada Band boys who attended peace treaty, the Franco-American letted to fill them wbre as follows: j -when Ramsay and I went to a back yonder a few our chief opponent was I— - . . lorexan rei«iiuu» tw*u*u«nro «ji im* j>JDriie a recorumg wuvmhj, umw**t. . w niln . triffid hut whnrpvpr we I could look at them after they got Colombian convention calling for Gibson, financial secretary; \. T. . t ‘ dance that acts home and tell that ih«y had a good payment to that nation of $25,000,- j Tucker, L. N. Rabb, J. P. Morgan, ^ champion of the devil. Some asked me when I am going to The principal officers were looted by knCH ' kin,; the dance and the y j Wl u ten y OU that I MENKX) AFTER HIDES time without the need of conobora- I OOO as claims growing out of the trustees; Frank Arnett aud G. L. OF FOREIGN CORPORATION# | m irionr* i partition of Panama, k Gibson recommended as organizers. _J Would OfKNi lKx»m. Th e principal officers were lected by ^ TOp They first ga\e it concert in the! when the Colombian treaty was unanimous vote and the meeting was dancers. will not stop until its tail stops By th* Associated Prw* BREST, July 31—All work at this port has ceased, employers having a lockout because of demands; of the docker's unions. salesman in agreement with house ^tat^ department's attention has of representatives. been called to action which is be lieved to be another move to bring By th* Associated Press _______ WASHINGTON, July 31.- Mexico city. and the business men of Kona-! submitu d formally to the senate in mo3t harmonious throughout. City advices received today report j wa reciprocated the courtesy by giv- j eaten t Iv e session later today Sen-, xhe organizations represented j f to - -- • - ‘ 1 ---- M — Mexico, republican were th e barbers; electricians; car- the dancing bunch what to preach, .... __ foreign relations penters; printers; glass blowers; ITI Quit and find another job. The committee, moved thai the senate; plasterers; painters and the federa- first time you dancing girls whirl* consider the convention in open ses- ( j on 0 f labor. ;ed’around the ball room floor in lion dollars worth of i.m! tho sending of a number of Meal- lag the whole bunch a good fe ed. j ator FUi. New stocks dire* to ie p op , (can secret service men into the Tam- After lunch they went to the member oi the intl vritu i iu ut \ uh KOI T poet in ast ere and mail J' a ^ rie ^' 8 pico oil fields to secure evidence J B cene of the picnic and there gave * ‘ ; throughout the country acting against foreign oil companies. The. a concert plso. They mad* the trip - «« KW In nrmo/irnont vitn V) Dll C2£» _ . ... I . * Congress has wisely decided not I about the confiscation of foreign to go off at half cock on Mexico, owned properties. in automobiles and reported the roads in fairly good condition. WEATHER. Tonight and Friday partly cloudy. sion. Republican leader Lodge asked I Another meeting of the council unanimous consent for an order w ju b e held at the court house at opening the seuate’s doors when the thre e o’clock Sunday afternoon, at treaty is called up next Monday and which meeting all members are re-(Continued on Page Eight.) quested to be present. the arms of a libertine you blushed and felt very uncomfortable. But now ypu are brazen. You are saying, ’I am not ashamed of what (Continued on Page Eight.)
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