Ada Evening News, August 8, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Positively the Very Best Photoplay Ever Shown in Ada. “ A Turn in the Road**    Awaken Your Soul and Yoni ll®he 3 bn evening ileitisCitizens Alliance Formed to Oppose Closed Shop** and All Disorder DEVELOPMENT NEWS IN IHE ALIEN FIELD No Antipathy Expressed for Labor I'M.KSS SHOPMEN RESPOND TO PRESIDENTS APPEAL, STILL RRTHKR TROP BLE IS SOON EXPECTED. Saint Louis Oil Co. brought in No. 4 on Flavius Gilmore lease in i the se 8w of Section 14-5-8. This ; shows to be one of the best wells ] in the field, they had 18 feet of the; richest sand yet found in the field and it is estimated to be 150 to1 1 200 barrel well. Also these people are erecting a derrick for No. 5 on Unions, but a Strong Plea erty in Business and the Individual Bargaining. for Lib-Right to SESSION AI 0. C. TODAY By the Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 8-j County attorneys from all sections of the state began arriving in Okla-| homa City last night to attend the meeting called for today by Gover-, nor Robertson for the purpose of discussing ways and means of prose outing profiteers in foodstuffs. The THE PUBLIC COMPLAINS OF THE POOR SERVICE OF THE SOUTHWESTERN BELL COMPANY. By the Associated Press CHICAGO,    Aug. S—Curtailment    Mrn(|    nrflnPr,v of passenger    service on many large    RetWTe    011 Co, arP expecting    to roads of the    country Is believed by    re.ach thp    A„eB Mnd in No l railroad officials to be a forecast in an announcement today of the discontinuance of service on New York, New Haven and Hartford, Chesapeake and Ohio, and Chicago and Northwestern roads. Further curtailment is predicted unless R* on sw of Section 7-5-9 with a twelve and one-half inch hole in good condition, these people expect to go to a depth of at least 1400 feet. Homaokla Oil Co. No. 36—Harjo lease section 5-8 showed to be good beginning at IO o’clock Governor Robertson will preside. At the same hour a meeting of Oklahoma City housewives will be held in the senate chamber for the , 4 _    .. 4 „... pay sand in the Allen sand but hopmen respond to President WH- th    cllKed oft Mme and are so. son s appeal and return to work within a short time, pending a settlement of the wage demands. Freight traffic continued seriousl> hampered on all lines today. ing down for a deep test. K. C. Oil Co. brought in a good well in Section 23-5-8 on the Case lease which is No. 9. For the oast few days there seems to have been more or less curiosity and meeting win be held in the assem- U1    .    .    ci *    blv room of the house of represen- anxiety on the part of the labor unions of the city over an organization 01 business tatives, men recently perfected, and over a so-called “secret” agreement which has been circulated and signed by the business element. For several days past there has been persistent rumor of a threatened sympa- purpose of perfecting plans for a!ledging .    ..    .    ..    ...    ,    .    statewide organization of house-; ‘    . the tic strike throughout the citv, supposedly in sympathy with certain organizations wives for tjie pUrp0se of combating . Fallu that have failed to get the signatures of employers to a “closed shop” agreement,    * and it seems that the organization of business men, while not designed to combat the lion to suggest,” said the governor, anti ll sttnis mat cue ui^amtautni i    ,    ©    whQ called the meeting of the coun- unions, was perfected more for self preservation than anything else. of the In keeping with its usual keen instinct the News has been able to secure a copy |meetl*g> e agreement, or “round robin,” which has been circulated, and we print it » By News’ Special Service OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 8.— Since Jan. I, 597 complaints have been registered with the* corporation commission by the public al-ledging poor service by the South-Bell Telephone Co. Failure to get central, failure to install phones, discourteous treat- I have no particular plan of ac- ment» an(* shutting off local service while awaiting long distance calls, are among the complaints, i tv attorneys.    The    Municipal Excavator Co. com- “We shall    get    together    in    the    j plained its wire was closed two exchange    views    and    then    hours while awaiting a long dis- arrive at some plan by which tance call at Tulsa. PROMINENT EDITOR AND AUTHOR DEAD IX NEW Marjorie oil Co. have .pudded^inI    herewith    We    might    state    that    it    has*    already    been    signed    by    every do something.” on Rotors No. I sec,    aim    uuiim    uv    4    v    »»*v**»    ''v    ***ih"v wv.»*v    .    -    v ^    °    ^    ^    CHICAGO CANCELS FORTT york Mp'lhie weii*T eas f deeP nianufacturing and industrial institution in the city, by practically every business additional passenger trains are moving house and by the majority of the professional men who have been seen. The list; By ,he Asgociated By tlie Associated Press NEW YORK. Aug. 8.—William Nathaniel Harben, author and associate editor of the Youth’s Companion. is dead at his home here ed with much interest as after a brief illness. in 1858. Homaokla Oil Co. tool* onto the Krebs lease in sw Sec. 13-5-8 and will spud iu I on this property within the next few days. This well will be watch- it opens Ada citizens say they waited two years for telephones to be installed although they lived within a few blocks of the telephone office. An Oklahoma City company complained central would shut off local He was born up an extension proven peld. east of the now* 1,000 Are Converted And Reclaimed to Date In Ham-Ramsay Revival At the morning service today at the tabernacle it was noted that approximately a *housand people had taken a stand for Christ since the co-operative revival started. Th*1 people interested expressed great joy at the success already had, and have the faith that still larger results will be secured. The service was opened in the mist of a gentle and refreshing shower. Coming to the platform Frof. Rainsav started singing just at ten 'My Religian Don’t Depend Upon the Weather,’ and the audience rang out lustily the chorus "Oh. Lord, let rain.” There was a period devoted to thanksgiving and praise and many gave God thanks for abundant blessings At the close of the sermon on * Dedication” many renounced sin arid several accepted Christ as a personal Savior. The general conviction was :ha* the morning meeting today was the best single tional passenger trains were can- \    disance    phone and that once    local celled today by Chicago railroads as    service    was withheld    even    while ail a result of the strike of the feder-    official    was talking    over    the    long ated railway shopmen.    distance wire. Which He Saved Millions From Terror of Starving service to dat*'. The    text    was Ko-    cajj a    unless    the    state troops mans 6:12. "Let not    sin    reign in    and your mortal bodies.’    I he    EvaogC-    jv withdrawn from    the    plants. The list, Rev. Ham, said:    strike    was    precipitated    by the re- "I want you (hutch members to    turn    |0    vtork of 5,000 negroes yes- present yourselves to God for    ser-    terdav vice from this time on. You    are    *    ,__ _ ;©od, some of you. but good for DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE nothing. Your dedication was per- )>|IKI>I<TH GREAT GRAIN (’HOPS feet up to date when you were re-,    ___ generated, bin when you become en- By tho Associated Pre** lightened you get a larger vision WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 8.—A and with each gleam of new’ light spring wheat crop of two hundred comes a new’ and larger dedication. and twenty-five million bushels was If you don’t get as much out of your religion as somebody    else does, it is certainly not God’s fault, j duct ion was placed God mak»‘S ample provision for your and forty million, corn at twenty religious joy, but you do not ap- million, seven hundred and eighty-propriate what God has provided, eight thousand. God’s spirit would take full pos-    ----------- session of us, if we would let him, but we grieve him by not acknowledging him. You fellowship God just the extent that you hate sin and judge sin. There is no such thing as an Innocent sin. AU God has for his children, or rather all that I am belongs to God. ‘‘The w’ord redemption has a double significance. One Is included in the purchase of a slave for further sale and the other is the purchase of a slave off of the market.' Our sanctification is our being purchased off of the market. I belong to] Christ both by purchase and by gift but it is one matter to own a thing and another to be able to use that j thing. I own a fountain pen, bpt I can’t use it. God can’t use lots of you sllsbv sloshy church members. He owns you and has a blood fn-< Continued on Page Eight.) No*'is almost unanimous, and is expected to be made    so    within    the    next twenty-four j CHICAGO, Aug.    8.—Forty    addi-    service though it had a special long t innal nasuppfpr trains TXT pro    mn-    dican na nhnno niiH    that nnno hours we are told. The document reads: An Agreement “To organize an association in the city of Ada, composed of employers, independent working men and women and business and professional men and women of? —■    -    77»v*e /if all kinds, for the purpose    of    mutual protection,    for the right    to bargain, either1 JI WW I    J It OS OF WW OtK    Off collectively or individually    for    labor, for tile right    to    conduct    our    affairs in the way; that seems to us to be for the best interests of ourselves and the city and community in general, without dictation from organizations of any kind whatsoever. “We the undersigned employers, independent working men and women and business and pofessional men and women of the city of Ada, do by the signing of this instrument, agree to become members of an organization which will hereafter be known as the Citizens’ Alliance of the City of Ada, and by attaching our signatures hereto do so become members, for purposes hereinbefore stated. “We declare it to be our purpose to at all times stand for the hest interests of the city industrially, socially, commercially and morally, and we believe that the time has come when it is our solemn duty, in tin* interest of self preservation, to organize ourselves against what appears to lie an unwarranted assault upon the industrial interests of the community by organizations which seek to dictate to us in the matter of the employment of labor, and in many other matters which we feel are outside the prerogatives of those who seek to interfere. “We realize that the prosperity of Ada    is very largely dependent    upon    the prosperity of the laborers of the city and we are in favor of the most liberal wages. “We are not opposed to labor unions, or their existence in the city, but we are strike of thirty-three thousand and 01)DOSed to the SO-called ‘closed shop’, and We are not willing to have this com-’of anarchy exists ill eight hundred employes at the pack- 11    ,    x    J«a    «n    din    i    ‘Sta,es    an<1 authonzin ing plants in the Union Stockyards    Biunity advertised to the WOl’ld as SUCh    where    the    employer aas    no voice    in me    COH- dent lo free internal dw?iion ID(ff The    duct of his business and where those yesterday, to    Up cjty and community are at the    mercy    of    irresponsible    agitators    who    pre- RETI RN OF I TYK THOUSAND NE-GROEN YESTERDAY SAID TO BE THE KAUSE OF THE TROUBLE. By til# Associated Press CHICAGO, Aug. 8. A ;eneral R El* I JKS EN TATI V E DLA N Ti IN TEXAS INTRODUCES RKSOLl. I ION TODAY THAI WILL STALL ROLSII EX IKL By tin Associated Press WASHINGTON. Au?. 8. A joint solution ‘‘declaring that a state the United Mzing the presi ate mails and besan at !< o’clook this morninK.    The    j.._, J, u:_ u.._:----...I-----WJ10 W0lll(l use their best efforts in building    ,ratnc "om tur,her unlawful    inter- • mercy of irresponsible agitators whi police guards were    sume to dictate how    we    shall    proceed    with the development of our industries.    dueed    in congress today by action yards’ followed a labor council, ferenee. and to adequately protect of the United States in ty rights,” was intro-Repre- ..    «    aa. *___• sedative Blanton of Texas “We are glad that it has    heretofore been    the policy of our    manufacturing in-1      — terests to employ farmers, the    sons of farmers    and returned soldiers, whether they be members of labor unions or    not, and we are    heartily in favor    of the continuance of that policy. “We are opposed to any change in policy on the part of the business interests of the city that would encourage the institution of lawlessness to any degree what- OKLAHOMA CHY FACES A SERIOUS SITUATION soever. We also demand the strict and impartial enforcement of all laws, and pledgeJ By the Associated Press the* forecast by the department of ourselves to do everything within our power that may be necessary to secure th agriculture today. All wheat pro-    &    en    ai ii    I duction was placed at nine hundred forcement of law’ and the protection of all peaceful and law-abiding laborers. cppnrp thp PH- OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok., Aug to secuie me en ,w|(h 700 carg of peaches ready to. By the Associated Pres* PARIS, Aug. 8—Herbert C. Hoover is sick of his job. Putting it bluntly but accurately, that is the dominating reason for ihe announced retirement to private life of the man who has rome to be looked upon as the most successful individual feeder of the world’s nations and who has saved many millions in all parts of tile globe from sure starvation. Mr. Hoover has just passed up an OE offer to become the world’s coal controller, with virtually dictatorial powers. It has no lure for him, for he has been "through the mill’1— the food mill and he says that’s enough for a lifetime. . "The time has come for Europe to run its own affairs,”—that sums up Mr. Hoover’s opinion, at which he has arrived after two years of infinitely patient labors against gigantic odds. He has come to believe that to try to swim against certain currents which persist in sweeping away patient, unselfish efforts, is as useless as it is unwise. Briefly, Mr. Hoover is thoroughly "fed up” on the present diplomatic situation, particularly the inability of the men around the green table to come to a definite understanding to la* at least the basis for an international "get together” on the tremendous economic issues I of the day. There is talk that he was in a mood to consider the coal control! ing job, though for months bitterly dissatisfied with the way the diplo matic situation was being handled. 8- but Rumania’s action in resuming path of force In the midst of WEATHER FORECAST OKLAHOMA — Part cloudy and somewhat cooler is the weather Forecast for tonight and Saturday. ffam*s Sermons for Next Sunday 11 :<m» A. M.—“l/eve, file Greatest Thing in the World.” 4:00 I*. M.—“Hic Heomd t ’<writing of Jonas Christ/* M: 15 I*. M.—-“A (ievfttior it* Ute Middle of a Rad Pix.** orotection OI RU Deiiceiui unu law-auming Iciuuitrus.    he    shipped    and    no cars and no ice virtual peace and seizing Budapest ‘    .    1    .    ..    ,    i    *    •    j    in    which    to    pack    them;    with    wheat    at an advantageous moment, with “We cire opposed to the policy of sympathetic strikes, as has been Clone in being piled on the ground in some the apparent silent consent    of other places in times past, and pledge ourselves never to aid in any way the carry-    chief8fs“^w ing out of such a policy, or permit one to he called or carried out if it is within our move the ^am^witu famine    th,^sooner m Ager- power to prevent it.    ;    Monday    unless    cooler weather comes I for America. “We have no sympathy or respect for imported agitators whose only object. is to encourage lawlessness by stirring up strife between employer and employee, ne;authorisesft^avegol,^i0rnsha“^s stand for the best understanding and co-operation between and among the citizens leins that are becoming more ser- vvho have made this city, and we pledge ourselves to do everything in our .power tOjious every hour.___ preserve the good feeling that has always existed among our citizens. “We determine, by entering this organization and signing this agreement, that the efforts heretofore put forth to make Ada a progressive city, and a decent place B> !t A**ocm,<d Prtsa APHORIZING A SWEEPING INVESTIGATION MORE EMBARGO ORDERS ON EASTERN RAILROADS ii— ■■    ...    I By the Associated Press NEW YORK, Aug. 8.—An embargo on all freight on the New Haven and Central New England OF MENDO raiiroa<jg was announced today because of the strike of shopmen. WASHINGTON, Aug. S. Without the senate to- in which to live and raise our families, shall not have been put forth in vain, and    f^ution    author.,    ,    __ are equally determined that what we have builded here shall not be destroyed by    "congress? those who have nothing to lose and who have contributed nothing to its making. By veto disapproving the Agricultural bill carrying repeal of the Day- Amerieans and and stated his opninon that repeal serious economic  ____    ^    _    'of    outrages    against “We heartily pledge ourselves to the principles above set forth, and for their)    CV*    Hou-Uf^to pas, tho enforcement we organize this alliance.”    '    to    prevent    such    outrages.    bin    over    ins veto. ;

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