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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             An Announcement That Makes Glad the Hearts of Music Lovers I, That Hockwald's Native Are at Today Oh, Boy! _ rt A 16 RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 135 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY Held For Ransom by dits. Si Say rLAYKHS KASY VICTIMS OF VI) VS CRACK BASEBAM. TKAM IjAST SUNDAY The Isrsest crowd that has seen a ball same in Ada this season was at the ball park yesterday after- noon to see the local lads take on the crack from Allen. After] tho rains of the night .before the c Krounds and the atmosphere were1, combined to make a game attract-' ive. And it was one of the bestj games the fans have looked at since, the frosts of springtime left us. Both j were in  H'ST UK PAID OR MISS- ING AVUTOftS WILL UK KILLED SAY ItANDITS. By the AtMK.-ur.i-d Press SAN ANTONIO, Aug. Major General Jos. T. Dickman.' of the southern depart- niont, and staff officers were in con- i t'erence late tonight over reports Ham and Ramsey Close Their Work in Ada With Good Feeling All "Round ffl DEPI. IKS i from Candelarla, Tex., that Lieuten- aats Davis and Peterson, army avia- tors are being held by Mexican bandits for ransom which, army authorities have been advised The big revival at the tabernacle, which lasted for five and weeks, has come to   guards who looked after the Caber- v... 10 luldfl] ,he tabernacle committee, the ushers, the Ada News, the 'manage- ment of itlie Harris Hotel and which be paid by Aug. IS, ac- cording to the message. Arrangements were being made following questions: are the citizens of Ada? Heink was made aboard the Rotterdam and shows her southeast of -here yesterday after- by Mexican bandits, General Lejeune Major-General John A. Le- jeune, commander of the 10 BE MISDEMEANOR By Special Service OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. Profiteering may not be a. crime, defined as such in the statutes ot Oklahoma, but there is a section in the revised laws of 1910 under which, representatives of the attor- ney general's department believe those suspected of extortion, sharp practice and, in brief, "profiteer- can be prosecuted and con- victed, providing the evidence is suf- ficient, of a misdemeanor: The sec- tion is sometimes referred to as "the dragnet law." It is section 793, revised laws of 1910, and reads as follows: AK Law is Quoted. "2793. Injurious acts not ex- pressly forbidden. Any person who wilfully and wrongfully commits any act which grossly injures the person or property of another, or which grossly disturbs the public peace or health, or which openly outrages public decency and is in- jurious to public morals, although no punishment is expressly prescrib- ed therefor by this chapter. Is guil- ty of a misdemeanor." A foot note recites: "Public peace means the tranquility enjoyed hy citizens of a com.munh? wnere good input o te arris oe a ai .r j others whom the speaker said .had of the division on board jeune, ci.tlzens of a Com.munii7 wnere goo mous Second Division, who reigus among us members. turned home recently at the Disturbing the public peace is a vio- h fj t detachrnent lation of a public order; an act ot indecorum breach of the oters wom te speaer s not uncertain been so kind to them and who had S. 3. George Washington. On ar. which is wnful assisted them so generously m then- bQard the George Washing- 1 and wrongfui and srossly disturbs an r mott unexp'ecUd feature of ton, under the command Of the Peace is wHhin ns terms." he mot unexpec eature o the program last evening came when., General Lejeune, was the eel- Ramsay local j ministers, one by one, and took "PVomnlete th va- Fifth Marine Brigade a voluntary collection from the va there was much discussion among i rious congregations sufficient to buy -.1. M.A... cm.t m talion of the Sixth High Prices Disturb Peace. It is pointed out. that extortion, bat-' sharp practices and unreasonable charges, literally does 'disturb the tranqullity enjoyed by of the men who officers of tho possibility oC LIIC men vviiu vvuu ui-tizens ot a communny wnere suu Chateau-Thierry. It is planned I O1.der rcigns among its members. JV I. in.. troops crossing t'he border cloth.es that can be, had m the city One of her sons, Who are the citizens alliance? four stars. it is believed that the half dozen best wishes of the people or are now ri A -fViQ Hfiut fAlinf I times under which' t'his section has iators would be killed if an ex- and with the verj best feling on for her son, George, and 6 Why were laboring men refus- been review by the supreme court pcdIUon crossed in pursuit of the and upheld establishes it and its v (JLIIUI K.'i-'aif w u o ed the reading of the original fourth star for August. V i ,1 tition? LVJiaj. Hi c, is meant by heading of! She asked that since her three this article, reading "Citizens' had f ought for America nance Formed to Oppose Closed wasn't it fair that she should ll t the two children of her "cad Son, bring them over Shop and all Disorder? hy tnd trn n this article refuse to sign any name? here and make Americans of them. regard to the disorder, would suggest that there has no disorder and so far as we are, cerned there will bo no disorder., HANSOM And we further suggest that If PAID the laboring men- were all given I a fair wage to compete with the H.jHv tlu- Awoclnto.1 C of there would evidently MARFA, Tex., Aug. 18 First Baptist Church, there will be another large number of people bap- tized. Tho preliminary service will the main auditorium be bandits. The other reason was that orders for expeditions to cross the border in t-he Big Bend district ap- .neici in i.ne mum uuununuui piles only to the pursuit ot bandits where the .pastor -will speak on the have stolen property on the subject of baptism. The following American side and .then'only to fol- polnts will be discussed: low a "hot trnil." Author- C o tere wou an outburst around the court house; Izatlon for payment of fltteen thou. duo to the fact that there would sand dollars for ransom for two bo abolishment of deputy officers army aviators, held by Mexicans was and justices of the peace staffs that received here today, and the mon- are largely employed In Issuing and ey will be delivered to the bandits serving garnishments on poorly .paid agent late today at or near Candol- aaborers and their employers. If you arla. Tex., it -was announced here. 'will take time to figure the monthly) expense of an average -family, then SENATB REPORTS PAIWKR'8 compare that with the average APPOINTMENT FAVORABLY ary which Is about per month, 1 a'm sure you would have to us tty 1. Tlin Bible mode of .baptism. 2 The (Bible subject for bap- lloker Is Silent After Gettinff News. Msm. 1 WASHINGTON, Aug. Secre-i 3. The Bible purpose of baptism, lary Baker tonight after Assoclat- An opportunity for church mem- ed Press dispatches telling of the bershlp will toe given and any one! holding for ransom by Mexican ban- can unite at that time for baptism dlts of two American aviators had or letter, restoration or statement, been read to hi.m, said that he could tlieir part, for Ada and her people, j Well wishes seem to be mutual on; KOLCHAK AND FORCES both sides and there has not been1 heard a discordant note on the part of the people of the city in comments so far made on the re- sults of .the work Just finished. i 1 am sure you wou ave o u tty -W. red ink. Then you wonder why John "WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. Sena- Doe or Bill Smith does not pay his tor Knox, of the Judiciary commit- full account at the .end 'Of -each tee_ reported favorably to the aen- 1 h month. (Continued.on 'Pago ate' today nomination of A. Mltch- ieti Palmer, attorney general. At the same time we will admin later the ordinance of baptism for the Second Baptist church, and if you desire to become a member of that church, come and the brethren ot that church will be at the First Baptist church to receive you, and they will authorize the pastor of flret church to baptize you. The public Is cordially Invited to come to this service. It you are a visitor here and de- sire 'baptism you come and we will baptize you and you can get a let- ter from our church to unit where- ever you want. CLYDE C. MORRIS, Pastor. UCtTL1 i no comment. The secretary did not-Indicate whether advices as to the plight of the aviators had reach- department. The state de- lly tb.- LONDON. Aug. 1S.-A decree do- daring Admiral Holchalk, and all the Russian cabinet at Omsk, to be outlaws has been issued by the soviet government, according to a wire ess message from Moscow. Admiral Kolchak and officers The section was copied from the code, In 1890, and was in- t of a. It was cited at the con- attorneys as one employed in the event that u deflned Kolchak and officers i mended to the county his government's forces in Siberia as a ,means of bringing are declared to be subject to Im- mediate arrest. The subject this evenrng at the service on East Main will be, "The Bringing in of the Gentiles." The STRIKK KNDS WITH A GOVERNMENT profiteers Into court present statutes. under the DEAL SATS the there, t was receiveu he state e- hy offlciala I Public should hear the splendid difr- toforSSlon cnssion of thl. Bubject by Bro. Phil- WASHINGTON, on the affair. j A cordial invitation is ex- of the holding of the avia--tended every one to 'be present. tors by Mexican bandits, coming the neeta of the warning to the Carranza government that unless protection was afforded American life and property in'Mexico, a rad- ical chamge In 'the policy of this gov- ernment toward Mexico would re- You are -welcome. M. L. Kitchens of -Purcell, bro- ther of Mayor Kitchens, Is In the city visiting today. There will be baptizing at the First Baptlat church Tuesday night sKiJasr ssz circle here. ed. By "WASHINGTON. railroad administration was notl-1 opinion of American lied today that the shopmen's strike uu auflBtlon had ended, and was asked to con-, that war result aider their wage demands Immedl-1 from the treaty proviBion giving Japan control of the Chinese proT- ince of Shantung, the senate for- eign relations committee was told today by'Thomas P. Mllard, writer attached to the Chinese peace del- egation. ately. WEATHER FORECAST Tonight and tomorrow, partly cloudy to cloudy.   

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