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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             The World Is Looking for the Man Who Can Do Not for the Man Who Co, "Explain" My He VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 123 Ctoenmg ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1919 RETURNS THREE CENTS THE COPY y u ifx A.J -X v ___________ _ America to Have Peace Time Army Will Train Youth All Government Machinery Moves to Bring Normal Prices as Unrest Grows Surplus Food- stuffs Will Be Mar- keted at Cost; The Wheat May Be Sold at Market Price; Senate Would Re- duce the Money In- flation. News' Sixx-Mll Sorvicv WASHINGTON. A :V In' the race of growing unrest over the high cost of living, as indicated by the spreading strikes of railroad workers many government agencies moved today in efforts 10 effects a return to normal price levels. Immediate sale of all surplus foodstuffs purchased for the army, instead of on canned goods was or- dered by the war department. Mil- lions of' pounds of mnat. pumpkin, sijuash and other commo- dities will be offered to the public Monday. August IS. through t.xc parcel "post system at prices mater- ially lower than those now prevai.- in the market. Purchasers will have to pay postage charges from tho place of storage. Director Gtnernl Mini's. Commis- sioner Colver and Assistant Secre- tary Leffinwel. appointed by the conference assembled by Attorney General Palmer to recommend steps to reduce living costs, were engaged today in an exchange of memorat'da. Blow to Profiu-ers. The impression went out that the committee had agreed that steps could bo taken by congress which would alleviate tl.e situation at once, but it was .said at Mr. Hues office that nothing final had been decided upon. The was Induced particularly to deal with Government Announces Schedule of Food Prices MU prices at which the war do- n-irunem" H d'pose'of Us surplus army food supplies .10 mun.c- mamU'sandindividuals, minus the cost of postage and o, .nmspoi- tation were announced this afternoon. The prices to municipalities, f- o. b.. storage poiit. Corned bocf -No. 1 '.-an. per oozon: No. 2 >b..n. pi-r do7.vn: ti.-lb. cans, per dozen. Rons: beef. No. 1 --lb. i-ans. S3.4S per dozen: per dozen: ti-lp. 1-lb. cuns. 2 per hash, 1-lb cans. per dozen; 2-lb. cans. ;tlc lb. Dacon (in 12-lb. lins) ofic 1 cans, Sfc dozen: No. 2 per do dozen. Corned bcii per dozen. Bacon (in crates) Baked beans. No cans, dozen: No. 10 cans. dozen. Corn. No. 2 cans, dozen. Peas No cans, dozen. Tomatoes. No. 2 cans. dozen; No. L -2 cans; No 3 onus, SI.SO dozen: No. 10 cans. dozen Pumpkin. No. 2 cans. 75c dozen: No. 3 cans. dozen. Nci. 10 cans. dozen. Squush. No. 2 cans. 72c dozen. The department said surplus property olficers al Ntw Vo-k Baltimore. Newport News, Atlanta, Chicago. St. Louis, Neu 0-leans- Port Sam Houston. El Paso. Omaha and San Francisco, has been directed to make the sales. Fresnmably the rcsulnr Tone rate, for parcel post will apply from these cities in dott-r- mininp the cosi to purchasers- by tun parcel post system. SI.GO MEASURE WHICH WOULD SET- TLE ARMY STATUS IN PEACE TIME SUBMITTED BY HAKER. i Hy frest i WASHWOTOX, Aug. for a permanem peace time army of one hundred and live thousand men and officers, and a system of i universal military training, were transmitter', to congress today by [Secretary of War Baker, embodied 'iin .1 bill representing the war de- partment's policy. All special services built up dur- ing the war would be maintained as separate brunches except the chem-j warfare service which would I lir- merged "with the engineer corps.1 Three- months of military train-1 ing for youths of nineteen will be made compulsory under the bill, and! j the custom of promotion of officers by seniority will be abolished. Maintenance of one field army with a war strength of one million, two hundred and fifty thousand men is whut proposed bill would mean and thr establishment of a j permanent military oolicy. _ The active force of this army, i would be fifty-ona thousand regu-i hirs, the lociainder to be made up, of young men wao had taken three j months compulsory military training' The youths would be subject to ser- vice "for two vears and in the 'event of war the selective service draft i of the srcat war would again be- I come operative uuder the present i nlnn. POLICE PROTECT NEGRO INJURED IN CHICAGO RACE RIOTS Mounted or woumled neRro to safety after having rescued him frowi of Wednesday, July 30. was ..hiring the rni'e M-X1KO SKVDS UIM.I.KT TO- ('KIl'S IIKA.KT AND KILLS HIM INSTANTLY; NFXJItO ALSO MKETS Ham's Sermon on Worldli- ness Sunday Morning Greatest Yet Preached 'HOW THOSK WHO CLAIM TO BE, SPIRITUAL, VET WALK AFTER THE FLESH. r.y tho Associated Pipits i 1 OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. AUK. 4.! Sunday mornir.fi >he evangelist s F Byrd, one of the now I text was Phillippians ill. 18. "Whose end is destruction, whose God is' SHOPMAN OK ALL ROADS TOM UKAYSON KILLED S.I- THBBVrKN TO WALK OUT MON JOHNSTON ABOUT VP TRAFFIC TIK SUNDAY MORN- OF THIO COUNTRY. ING. induced particularly o acai Tmf .HiCAOO. August complete to brine to justice men guilty of ex- of the railroads of tho coun- n_f v j ____..l.l., ____l__1.1 1 n -i Hi tortion through unreasonable prices.-lrv ;s If any recommendation is to congress it is believed most like- ly that it will deal with sale of the wheat at market prices anr ,he by U." government between ihe price ar.d ihe S-.-'' su.irani.-i-d the farmer. Many of i- uials have indicated that this is the most practicable step to be taken. Congress continued to rti.Mcuss tho living question and at the House President. Wilson was said t be receiving full reports on all phases of it. The senate adopted a very probable in the opln- M. 'L. Hnwyer. president of the Chicago district council of the Federated Shopmen's union, which called a strike of shop crafts Fri- day. He returned from Washington today anl declared the strike is spreading rapidly and has overwhelm mounted police officers of the Okla- homa. City police force, was shot and Instantly killed late -Saturday night in a running fight with ne- uroes at North Rhode Island avenue. Bill KoberU, the neyro who is alleged to have fired the fatal shot, died at 3 o'clock last night in the Emergency hosiiiial miles southeast of Steedman, about the effects of foui- bullet. Tom Crayson, colored, was shot and killed -by Simon Johnston, two l heir belly and whose glory is their shame, who mind earthly things." The apostle is speaking of those who claim to be spiritual, yet weak after the flesh. The card fiend or forty-two fiend glories in her prow- ess in those games, and the dance fiend in liar skill as a dancer, the very things that are their shame. worldliness is the most MEN INVOLVED AIi- BEADY AND THE STRIKE SPREADING ALL OVER THE COTINTRy. It sunrise yesterday morning. The negroes were returning home from an all night Indian Danco and Pnshofa, and it appears that trou- ble, caused by jealousy on the part of Johnston over the woman which r, iGrayson accompanied to the dance, ed the international officers the killing. today from len thc in a wag- the executive board of j wounds fired by ihe policeman. A number of negro families in ihe locality, have moved to Walnut, drove." it is understood with ihe view of avoiding fiirthnr trouble, The police say -Byrd was riding through the negro district in thn weiv that the executive i he American Federation of Rail- way Workers with a membership of chiefly unskilled labor in east, has decided mfttee whether reduction of the cur-, to strike tomorrow, according to rencv Inflation would help the situ- Mr. Hawyer. Maintenance Men to Quit. In 'the -house, a.i attempt to rwess Tht, maintenance of way men's for two weeks was blocked by Rep- j lmion aiso ;s preparing to strike it resentative Igoe. democrat, of said. With more man lib souri because his resolution to have on strike and the on the federal commission investigate lncl.easingl both President Haw- not acted rtar John D. Saunders the price upon. of shoes was I 111VI t ver and Secretary John D. Saunders declared railroad schedules Attacks lUilmi-n. dustry would be seriously .crippled Demands of railway employes for a day or two. Already steel wages drew fire from Repre- j Und other industries at Gary Ive Blanton, democrat, Texas, j northern Indiana points iaid the railroad men were act alui in Chicago have begun to feel highwaymen" in attempt- effects of the strike and when in "another unfair bill strike is more cotriplete factories raise. Introduction wm virtually be forced to jt government owner-1 ciost, down! "This movement is spreading like wildfire and wo are not going to lay down until we eet our mem o- u. said President Hawyer, "It has not that the high coat of living received the indorsement of our demanded the operation of the; Krand loilge presidents, although country's most important Industry: lhey are now getting ready for a "for service rather than for profits, j August. 24. earawa could" never gain ajuuMAMAN permanent victory in tho econo- mic strife under the present condi- tions because of the constantly cycle of prices based on Grayson left th on, accompanied toy the woman, It is alleged, and was followed by Johnston nnd, when aoout two miles southeast of Steedman, Johnston overtook Grayson and the woman with the results before mentioned. Johnston was arrested for the crime and was lodged in jail here yesterday to await trial. vital is so widely misunderstood as Ihe terms world and worldliness as used iu the sanrod Scriptures. As there used the world does not mean IJllAND HKADQCAKTKKS IN PAR- IS WILL BE CLOSED ABOUT VVfil'ST TWENTIETH t IK PORT SAYS. By tho Associated Press CHICAGO, Aug. federat- ed railway shopmen's strike which has involved twenty-five thonsanj men on its fourth day will spread to j every section of tne country, union officials declared today, unless the j demands of the men are speedily I'.y flic IVfi-s COHLENZ, Germany. Atu Cobleaz will become the head- met. Several thousand joined strike yesterday while many were voting on the question today. Tho union executives are in Washington fot official conferences. sphere upon which we which rjuartevs of the American forces in Europe when the American grand The oarth is i'he physical in are closed spnere upon wincli we live, wnie.ii .in known part of the city when he heard and Doautifnl and Knolvl1 shooting. Ho hurried to the place >S Il'UHLUl anu utjuuniiii .LIIM hp and wo ai-e told that 'the earth u-hen General PersTiJng arrived for where ihf shots came trom, poi. ul1 jg ,j-Ord's and the fullness there-! a linal tour of the battlefields. Ant- jhis horse and approached the house. corrupted soc-! wrep will-be the base port for the (A buggy was standing at the ciiHi. j t inspired and ruled by I American coniingeat that is 10 re- porch, police say. Byrd asked the woman where the shooting came from. She to-ld him to go around back and he'd find out. Byrd is said to have started around behind the 'Roberts home P railroad bill with the employ- participating in the control and profits of the roads brought a state ment V leaders of the fourbrother- ill U W lllf, V J r and declared It was not mon- ov but value which really counted. Any basic change, U was argued, must commence with the railroads, the fundamental industry on which all others are dependent. L IT vri ADVANCING ON HUNGARY l h I i PARIS. AUK. 4 Rumanian troops entered the suburbs of Budapest yesterday, according to a dispatch from Vienna. Tho Rumanian forces were reported to be advancing on the 'Hungarian capita: Dispatches (lied Sunday. IHE mm GUILTY PARTY FOUND John Craig returned yesterday from Lawton Where he rescued the Ford roadster that was taken from Dr. .Craig's garage on Friday night, July 25, together with the man who stole It. Arthur Smith, of Law- ton, who-is now lying in the county jail at this place nwaittnp trial. Arthur Smith had been working In the harvest field for Jim Vales near Scullln. prior to Friday when he cmne to Ada and stole the car, returning by way of Scullln where he remained over one night with Jim Vales, qn route to Lawton. It was through Jlin Vales that; word was received here suspecting Smith of the theft. With the exception of a fewj "Jims" fhc Ford Is In practically as good condition as when It was taken from the garage. jnu LIIC ana the adjoining house. Just as he of t'hinps spiritual and eternal, got between the two houses the ery tie is to the world, shooting began. The first report1, "In James iv, 4 we are told that heard was very loud, Indicating it friendship for the world is enmity was from a'big caliber black pow- to Cod. In I Corinthians vli, 31, jdered revolver. Examination of] tells us that the fashion of this III VoLCm iiirijjJii uti tiiaw jv.ut.iiv.u.11 Satan and the Brble says he is the] main on tho Rhine indefinitely. Gen- Prince of Hie World. In G-allcians i, j oral Pershins said he intended to 4, the apostle calls it the 'evil world, j sail from Brest about Sept, 1. Now worldliness is cleaving to evil world nnd flxiUK the mind and j RIOTS IN LIVERPOOL affections thereon to the exclusion j SOMHERS AH younp: people of the city are urged to be at the tabernacle to- morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Ramsay will be the speaker of the hour and he has a great message for tlle Whatever you do, l service. i IV thf showed that it was a 45 and had been fired with lilRck powder. world passeth away. It is transi- ,01Ti niusive. Riotous crowds were driven from] the streets this morning-by troppE j By charging with fixed bayonets. Riot-; KA.NSA.S CITY, Aug. era filled the streets during theipail. men jn a number nlchl nnd it was daybreak before f dties were ordered to return to ry illusive night ana it WHS cities were oraerea 10 return 10 -in John xv 1S-19 and John xvii, the soldiers charged. The cruiser, work today by the .general vice- The firing was evidently done at 1S.2R Sfty3 has chosen us! Valiant and two destroyers have, pl.esident of the Brotherhood of very close range as the bullets from out of the and sends us ba'ck l moved into the bay to protect the Raiiway Carmen, Frank Paauln, who the" policeman's revolver went the but, not to be of water front properties. i declared that a legal vote had never through the bodx of the negro and ,-d d th t becauae We bee" taken and that the WaS -_1_____ I_ J.I.A ...m-tdnns. ii T CMT'TT 1. I i 1_____I Llll VIIT; embedded themselves in the wooderr door of t-he house from which the are uot of the world the world will hale us. Why? our lives, WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH HUNGARIAN TOUCY; Press j COPENHAGEN, Aug. Prem-, ier ciemenceau. in replying to a ny the been taken and that the strike was unauthorized. CAR MEN PULL ANOTHER STRIKE IN TUTdSA TODAY negro fired. The -in the j the i wood work all had an when you refuse to carouse j course, which confirmed the theoi> woHd u rebuke. that the began MIOOUUH i .oc-nntc: tt icr uiemenceau, m i "j after he had Ijeen mortally wounded an VhP n urch and the world bear i wireless message from the Italian; TULSA. Aug. car- and was sagging faceward to tho w tne water and i military mission at Budapest, de-; men and helpers in the SXiaco Bhops ground. Thl Vator is Ihe Placel clared that the supreme council of, at West Tulsa failed .to .report for Byrd was shot just above -tho j he boat. The atoi fo the place ca conterencc doesn't contem-1 work this morning. iart and must have died almost, for the boat s interference with the Hungar- A good lamb la worth' more to keep than It ia to 'aelL Instantly, SWITZERLAND STBtKB RIOTS KILL AND WOUND MANY Dy tlio AiKMlnUd .PAMS, Aug. persons were killed at. Basle, Switzerland, during, the. recent strike riots there according to an official report. Sev- en more were wounded. ____ ..s the 1 ter all goes well; jf gets into the bout trouble begins. The world is the ptffce for the church to do its work and so long as it stays in the world all is well. But -when the world begins to get Into the church 'trouble heglns. as the earth la not the worlH so the body Is no.t the flesh, on Page Eight.) plate Interference with the Hungar- L-ilan government's internal policy. Rumania will be asked'to halt her forces in line with the point reach- ed and will not be asked to with- draw to the line fixed June 13 un- til the new Budapest government has strictly met the armistice con- ditions. Let a Want Ad get It for you. ROYAL ARCH MASONS. meeting of Ada Chapter No. 26, R. A. M., this evening at 8 o'clock, for work in Mark and Past Master's degree. A. full at- tendance is' desired. F. C. SIMS, Secretary. Keep from under a two In a thunderstorm..   

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