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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 The Sweetest Music en Earth Is That by Native Hiwaiians. Hockwald’s Hiwaiians Open a Three-Day Engagement Monday at Liberty  QDhe gfoa Coming Jletosi  VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 134  ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919  THREE CENTS THE COPY  Public Is Warned of Coal Famine This Winter; Much Suffering Sure  mm  Lie Is Passed by House Members While Fight Is On Over Mooney Measure  (XKNGHK8M I MHI'  SITT ATICX, THOI  I*KATKIX!A WAIIX KH OF FEARFUL FOX'HITICXS  OKU V KUS S PMC'LAI*    SERMON  LAST Xiii HT TO TH OSK RECENTLY’ KOW KUT KH AXD RKCI i AIM KH.  By New*’ Special St*rviets  WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. There an alarming prospect of wide-  ZZ™ Government Prosecutors  to Go after Food “ Yeggs ” Both Large and Small  IS  Evangelist Ham gave a most wholesome address at the tabernacle last evening on behalf of those converted and reclaimed in the revival now' coming to its close. Prof. Ramsay stated during the introductory' service that he would decline to receive anything during the meeting in this city because of certain persons misunderstanding J the matter as arranged in advance of his coming. His words evidently met with disapproval from the Taal audience made up of people who admire and love him for his work s sake. Rev. Ham took as his text thee words: “As. therefore, ye received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him.” With these words of advice for the new converts he began:  “I take it for granted that all of you in front of me have faith in Jesus Christ. To make a success of your Christian lives you will have to know what salvation is. You are now regenerated by the implantation of a divine nature. It is not a reformation of your old nature, but a new nature Imparted by Jesus j Christ. Do not be alarmed if you find two natures at war in your life. These two natures, the carnal and the spiritual, will be apparent since you have been born again. You have enlisted in the army of the Lord, and it is up to you to make a good soldier and win the victor’s crown. You started the good light of faith when you were born again, and the battle ends only at death or when the Lord comes.  “You are in to fight the world, the flesh and the devil. If the flesh inside will not let down the bars for the world and the devil outside. then the devil will not have sw'av of your life. God help you not to starve the spirit to feed the flesh. May God help you not to give any occasion to the flesh. All the while remember that God the Father. God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit fight on the side of your soul. He ran conquer appetites for a time, but a drunkard might be sober for twenty years and then catch a whiff of breath from a bottle and find himself instantly at a bar and drinking. Do not trifle with sin. Do not let the crouched tiger in your nature have any showing, or it may get you yet. Do not try to see how' far you can go into sin without falling. Avoid the appearance of evil. Keep your body under.  “Evil thoughts will come into your mind, you say. Judge it as a sin right then, Judge whatever seems as if ii might become sin. Some say they have a fit of temper. Confess it at once. Do not keep a malicious thought in your mind any more than you would keep poison in your system. Do not have to fight jealousy? Pray for the object of your jealous passions. Pray for the persons of whom you may be envious and do them a kindly deed. That will help. Now you are to join the churches Sunday. In this do rot fail, and decide at once to do your own paying as well as your own praying. Begin at once to tithe your income and you will prosper. A stingy old miser is the hardest sinner in town to get saved. Invest something in heaven and you’ll be ready for heaven when you die.  “Are you given to pride? There will not be much beauty to be proud of when you have been dead ten days. The worms will make a sight out of your beauty very quickly. Some are already asking: •What if I fail?' get right up and start again. You will never succeed at any task if you give up at one failure. You will have to judge sin every day, because the Chrisman life is positive rather than negative. Do good every day and do not forget to read the Bible and pray. Shun worldly pleasures and evil companions. Let no young woman here se-lect as her companion another girl who jumps into any stray automobile at any hour of the day or night You young men had better stay by yourselves than associate with loafers. God can’t use an idler. Read the Bible daily and pray both  EXPLORER PLANNING TO RAISE REINDEER HERDS IN FAR NORTH  spread distress and suffering this By th* A**oci*ted Prw«    .  winter b, -son of a co*. ,hort-|    GEN. STRONG DENIES  CRUELTY CHARGE OF  Breitenstein, assistant United States district attorney for northern Ohio, late today announced that a libel  By News' SjwimI Service  WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.—Secretary of Labor Wilson w r as called up-j'' 11 *'  u *  1     I    torney General Palmer, atter an in  on in a resolution adopted by the  aRe ’    .     t _ i  j terview here today with District At-  house today, to supply to the house The hardship aud misery which torney Kane, issued a statement further information on the activit- will come to millions of the peo- promising vigorous prosecution of ies of the department of labor in  p i e  from lack of coal promise to »»  foo<1  Profiteers large or small.  J 0n Moonav The convict “an    " u<k “  e]tifMlnK  »ardahtpa due lo the  N( „.,oh!,, Food to He Sieged.  cisco dynamiler    L    *     hi * h  «« •*    CLEVELAND, Aug. 15.-J. T.  a life sentence.    (cant by comparison.  The resolution, w’hich was pro-! And yet, although the situation posed by Representative Blanton, which will be so full Of distress     b ™ “ fii cd iinder * the Lever act  democrat of Texas, was adopted by  geomg  inevitable, unless immediate for siezure and condemnation of a vote of 10 to 14. after debate on    taken to guard against 200,OOO pounds of sugar belonging  the measure had precipitated a    near     P     ,     h h no     to C. D. Kenny    company of Balti-,  fight between Mr. Blanton    and    Rep-    **    Barwing, ( ongress is    showing     more and held    in slor uge by the!  resentative Hardy, also a    democrat    special concern about the matter.    ‘Canton Storage    and Transfer com-i  of Texas.    it wa* not until the    railway em-    pany at Canton,    Ohio.  A Previous resolution by Mr.     M th<4      —  Blanton called upon Secretary Wil- *    *    ;    .    Ohio Firm Moves Meat lo Chicago,  son to send to the house the report    condition of distress    due o he h g    COLUMBUS, Aug. IS.- 1 —Governor  of John I>. Densmore. director of cost of living to the attention of james M. Cox late today wired As-the United States employment ser- congress through threats of disturb- sistant United States Attorney Gen-  vice. w ho made an investigation of    action was taken that  ( ' ral  Frank Davis at Washington  the conviction of Mooney at tho    un ess action as w»eo.u*  lhat  , he Sherlft street mark6t  house.  secretary’s direction. The former pie»i«lent and lom-ne-s re ii.-.. d eTe i and  ,|„ avoid federal penalty,  resolution also asked for the author-    Congress is Indifferent.    i s  moving its meat products to Chi-  ity under which the investigation The present indifference of con- eago warehouses and that records  was made, the names of the other Kress to the appalling possibilities  as  previous storage in Cleveland  ,    ,    .    ,    .    .    „    are being destroyed.  of a great coal shortage this winter    ________  account of all persons so employed.  Indicate « clearly that no aet iou is , j.Morale Goods Protested.  Wilson Hollis Up Data.    *° be expected unless similar press- 'N AAHING TON, Aug. 15.—While  Secretary Wilson forwarded the are is exerted. *    government action to force Swift j  At Co. lo ptaee on the market plod  THIRTY FEDERAL WARRANTS FOR PROFITEERS AWAITED PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S SIGNATURE.  it,  HARD-BOILED” SMITH  department of labor agents employed in it. and an itemized expense  Densmore report and part of the I Several resolutions have been in  other information asked hut dc- , roduc ,, d in coll(;IWS calUng for  an    ^eTempoVa^V.U™ U 3  cloned to give the house all the facts 1     *    wuiyuwy    renei,    ii    woum  and data it sought.  investigation of Che coal conditions result iii scarcity and higher prices The resolution adopted today, in they have been allowed to slum-     dairy ,     an(i     meat product*  additional information calla upon ber. There seems to be little dlspo- ,‘ e ? 8 , a «  c ““ ^u^waa ^“Tod^y I the secretary to explain * hy he j aition to act upon them except under by L D H Weld manager of the partly ignored the previous request . oompulRion    *  ° f The ne°» U r 8 flrht between Mr. Blan-    **•>»     8h »"    ^    "‘T^Weld .old .he committee that  company’s commercial research de-  ton and Mr Hardy resulted from taken without delay, coal will be  U|e tota ,  supply of mea|g ready for  the former’s charge that the latter higher and much more difficult to the market on June I was only was a ‘rubber stamp for the ad-  nrc , iinrinr th« criminir winter fen d a vs nm! that tho Si ann non  ministration.  Mr. Blanton was addressing the  By the Associated Press  CHICAGO, Aug. 16.—Urgency of the food situation resulted in a decision by federal authorities to advance the date of convening a federal grand jury from Sept. 12th to Sept. 3rd, Colonel H. R. Harris, junior in charge of United States District Attorney Clyne’s office during his absence in Washington, stated today. The principal action will be consideration of evidence in the prosecution of Chicago packers on criminal charges. Thirty federal warrants for arrest of hoarders and profiteers awaited District Attorney Clyne’s signature today.  Jugo-Slavs Send Note to Allied Peace Conference  By th* Associated Press  PARIS, Aug. 16.—The Jugo-Slav delegation here has issued a note elaborating its message to the peace conference against recognition of Archduke Joseph’s regime in Hungary. The note describes archduke and his supporters as Magyar chauvinists and declares his administration would be a restoration of the Hapsburg authority, endangering Jugo-Slavia and other nations freed from Austro-Hungary.  Explorer Steffanson  H j a I rn e r Steffanson. the noted Arctic explorer, who is at present in Seattle, is working on a plan to raise immense herds of reindeer in the far north in an effort to start a new meat supply and reduce the ever-increasing cost of all kinds of foodstuffs. The reindeer of the Arctic regions is milk-giving, meat-producing, and has a hide which makes fine leather. Mr. Steffanson is also planning the herding of the Arctic musk-ox. The ox bears three times as much wool as a sheep. All shipments will be made through the port of Seattle and Mr. Steffanson believes that within the next ten years more than $8,000,000 worth of meat will be shipped through that port. This photograph of Mr. Steffanson was made recently in Seattle where he is working out details of his enterprise and interesting local capital.  in private and in public. Do not fail to go to prayer meetings on Wednesday evenings at the church of your choice. ’Do not let vicious picture shows draw' you away.  “You will have to suffer persecution, and it will take grit to stand, but rich rewards awalt the faithful to the end. The vilest slanderer can never say any worse thing concerning you than they said concerning Jesus. God help you to avoid the dancing, prancing gang. Take Jesus as your pattern. Live with him and let him be your teacher.”  Major-General F. S. Strong  Major-General Frederick S.  BRITISH CHARGED ARCHIVES ORDERED TO LEAVE MEXICO  By the Associated Press  WASHINGTON, Aug.    16.—Wil  liam Cummings, British charge d*  secure during the coming winter ten days and that the 54,000,000   VT D1  ,    than it was last winter and    distress    Pj° und ® ut poultry in storage at that  Mr. Blanton was addressing the    lime amounted    to only three per  house in support of his resolution.  and  actual    suffering    consequently     cent    Qf th ^     annual production S  Returning to the charge that con- much more    general.     and     would have    lasted the country 1   cress and the administration had    Little    Coal Moving.    ! less than ten days.  truckled to labor in the passage There is much less coal moving     c     ,    ..  of the Adamson eight-hour law. he    last 1  ” ot 1>ehat <*  in  Senate on HIU. Strong, former commander ot, ar< . hives in  Mexico City, has been  turned on Hardy, who had support- ‘    ‘    ‘    ‘    W    ASHINGTON, Aug. 15.—Action the Fortieth division overseas, ordered to leave the country by  ed the measure, accusing    him    of    he-    year. It has been difinitely    charged     on  Attorney General Palmer’s re-  ing the president's rubber    stamp.    in congress that the present    “lack of    quest for wider power under the  Lie Is Parsed.    market” is a result of a conspiracy    [ ood  control act in prosecuting prof-    ,    .    xxx    in  Mr. Hardy lumped to his feet and .     f    f    f     keen     iteers »  was  again delayed today by j District, 111 a recent Statement  shouted:    .    ‘    ‘    the senate agricultural committee. i emphatically denied the charge  up prices.  and now commanding the President Carranza. South Pacific Coast Artillery  MAXY  emphatically  “I am afraid if We vote now we  0 f “Hard Roiled” Smith that By the Associated Pres*  -General Strong—I PARIS, Aug. 16.  KILLED AND INJURED IN COLLISION  Seven persona  “That’s untrue.”  “Oh. I know vou’re an old man”    furnace coal was    quoted    in will have to reject the attorney gen-    •,    _  retorted Mr. Blanton, whereupon    Washington today at    $12.20    per era! s proposition.*’ said Senator    .    ,    . '    *    .    ~FL    x    were killed and three hundred and  Mr Hardy, tugging at his sleeves.  ton . ^bite ash at $12.55; chestnut * s . nn,h  , ot (i . eo,Rla :  wh _°  a «ked  that who     issued    orders    thai     fortv . three     injured in a collision  it $12.55 and pea coal at $10.80  Tuesday when  ....    , xi forty-three injured in a  started down tho ais!.- toward Mr , lf  ,,, - K  , nd nna    a ,    ,, 0    80     responsible    for    brutal    betwwm    an    express    train    and    a  Blanton. Representative Campbell  the action be deferred.  >    r,,i    ,    ~    I    UCI    w    CTC;    ft    A    cill    VA ^ I VOO v A Ut A BX UUU   - a ....   .    ..    I    he    ‘ouimittee will consider the treatment of American soldiers troop train. The express train was  nf Pennsylvania hfnrVinir hi4 wav P° r ,(>n  Then- is no excuse for these request again on Tuesday when •     p     .  na  . * .  or I ennsyivania. DiocKing ms way. *    ic    „    in prison camps ill France, running from Paris to Nancy and  forced him Into a seat.    primos    except    the    avarice    oi    the     r,na »    * i    l, on    is    taken.    "     111     j    •    ctr« c hnnr ff   I he attorney general’s request General ibtrong declared in his    ' *■  that a penalty be fixed in the food statement t tat he had nothing  act for I hose who make whatever to do with the Prison ^OOOOOOOOO^O  Mr. Blanton then demanded that dealer, the charge of untruth against him     Th(i    National roal  association has contr”!  be stricken from the record offer Iing at the sa hi* remark. right to brand ment that he Obtaining Gillett ruled I “unparliamentary.”  “IX .MIDST OF ALARMS.” O  It is possible that for the O O wreek now ending the Evening O 3 News has shown in both ap- O O pearance and content the con- ©  .              „. lu    luai     Olives    tire    —    1“    ® dition of the shop in which it ©  propriAted to wage this campaign. | high production generally is stimu- fence on Governors Island, N. © has been produced. We have©  75,000 POUNDS BEANS SEIZED III KANSAS CHY  O been having a lot of repairing © O done, and w'hile this repairing © © has been going on the plant © 6 has been fully as quiet as a ©  DELINQUENT LISTS  REING PREPARED  o€unity Treasurer D. W. Swaffar and his assistants are busy preparing the delinquent tax lists for publication. The lists are to be published the last of the month. According j to Mr. Swaffar, quite a number of citizens have failed to pay their I personal taxes, and unless they ! hurry up, the delinquent list will be a rather long one.  The principal contention made in    lated and prosperity reigns. He de-    Y. He    recently    appeared be  the propoganda of the coal men    dared that the attorney general’s    •fore the    senate    investiflratintr  to induce present buying have been proposal to all clothing to    the list j p ^ nir nittee    ut Governors Island  that there is a car shortage and a of articles to    be regulated    by the     comm, Hee    at Governors island.  shortage of labor which had caused    f«>od control measure would bring    ^    boiler    factory.    The    plasterers    ©  and w’ould continue to cause a great turmoil and further unrest.    cost of living. We are taking advan- o also have contributed to the ©  decrease in coal production. Both of    Legislation    Dangerous.    tage of every statute to reach the    ©    bedlam, and    we have found it    ©  these statements have been shown    Senator Smith    of Georgia    pro-    men who are responsible for unduly    ©    extremely difficult to elaborate    ©  to be absolutely without foundation nounced the    proposed legislation    high prices.    This measure provides    $     on     marriages    and    divorces    and    ©  by official reports of government “difficult to    enforce and    danger-    the simplest    and most powerful welt-    ©    market    reports    while    wet    ce-    ©   llv  / a* — < • rtH»    bureaus.    jou*. Senator Ran ad a11 declared th a Upon that I can think to enable the ^ ment was continually dropping ©  Kansas Guy, Aug. 16. seizure    rp    Tyler,    director of the the people were no worse off now department to deal with the situa- $ from the ceiling and forming ©  of aeventy-five thousand pounds of division of operations of the United Gian they were during the war and tion.”    ©    a concrete viaduct thru our ©  beans, said    by    federal    authorities    to    st ates railroad administration, is    that such drastic    legislation as    that    Senator Kenyon inquired whether    ^     hair  When    you uncover your    ©  have    been    stored    throughout    tho    reporting upon the alleged shortage    proposed was not    thought to be    nee-    there was any doubt that shoes and    $    typewriter to    compound an edi-    ©  war, was ordered today by District  of car8 to hau j  CO al, said:    sessary during the war and therefore'hats came under the head wearing ^ tonal on the “natience of ©  Attorney Francis M. Wilson. This is “The mines have lost 30 to 40 Is not necessary now.    apparel. Mr. Palmer replied:    ^    lob” and find a freshly vase- ©  the first confiscation by federal ail-  per  cent. The fact is that the rail-    Attorney General Palmer urged    “There    is    no question in my mind    ~    ij ned     hand-saw    renosinc    on    ©  Glorifies here but it w r as intimated roads are much better fixed than the committee to give special at- but if there is any d ubt, for God’s . keyboard     e et    a    iolt    ©  that another libel action might be they were for several years pre- tention to the proposed amendment! sake put shoes in.”    j-I  th inw  *' fr ‘    „  forthcoming today.    j ceding the war. We now have more to add a penalty clause to section      X    *     n w hito tenner    tnt    e%  than four thousand locomotives in 4 of the food act which makes it un- Ames Talks to House Committee    ,    ,  WRiS AND BUTTER ARE    good repair, stored and ready for lawful for dealers to charge excess- WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.—The ^     tn ®    otGy    tiling    cer-    ©  SIEK ED IN DETROIT service, whenas at no time during ive or unreasonable prices, and also agricultural committees of both sen- Jf J  8  J ? Z 0 ?.  ar °  A  n ^®  -...... the two years preceding the war to add wearing apparel and contain- ate and house continued to w'ork to- TI  0     ®    ^    aik    ^  By (!>♦* A*** Pri«»    did any such condition exist.”    era to the commodities controlled by day on legislation asked by Attorney  you n,ia ‘ly finish your editor- ©  DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 16.—In    Cars    iii    Bari    Order.    <he act. He said:    General Palmer extending the pro- ® J al  ^ pa ® m pn y lo aave a two  ®  the second raid today on food sup- There are on the railroads under    Only    Bill    Planned.    visions of the food control act and ® hundred pound carpenter drop ©  plies stored in Detroit, refrlgerat-    federal control 975,851 coal cars,    This is the only bill I have any    giving a criminal penalty for vio-    ^    from a fourteen foot ladder    ©  ing companies plant here, the da-    and during the week of June 14,    thought of preparing in relation to    lations of it. Opposition by several    ^     a,u !  plant il | s    in . y° ur  * a P    &  partnient of justice agents seized    1919, the average in bad order was    the president’s recommendations un-    senators balked the immediate re-    ©    while running a limb thru    ©  seven million, four hundred and    only 9 per cent and this 9 per cent    less congress asks me to make other    port. Judge Ames appeared before    '    your copy, you are not going    ©  four thousand eggs and approxl-    Including a litrge number of light    drafts. I took the liberty of pre par-    the house committee explaining why    ©    to forget that land the Latins    ©  rn ately three hundred thousand    °oal cars actually withdrawn from    ing this bill because the food control    the department of justice thought the    ©    called Avernus. Altogether,    ©  pounds of butter.    i service hut not taken oft the bookiV law contains penal provisions wGiich legislation necessary.    j©    you    are going to get such a ©   ___ While figures on the    same basis    are clearly up to the department of I Jno. D. Miller of the national © case of nerves that the paper ©  W r I? A TTUI^T?    \    WTT     are no ^ available for the years pre- justice to enforce.  Uj/Y I ll lilt    rI    ceding the war, there    can be no    "With this responsibility on the   ------question but that the    situation In    department I thought I was justified  Fair    tonight    and tomorrow. Cool-    this respect Is more favorable now    in preparing this measure. What we  er in extreme north portion.  than it was then.  are driving at is to reduce the high I products.  board of farm organizations, urged    O    will fall    below    par and    look    ©  that farm associations should be    ©    like a    map of    Austria    after    ©  exempt from any regulations as to    ©    taking    an    overdose of the    arm-    ©  the price and distribution of food    ©    istice.  ©©©©©OOO©©©©   

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