Ada Evening News, August 23, 1919

Ada Evening News

August 23, 1919

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Issue date: Saturday, August 23, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Thrills That Startle World—American Thurs.andFriStupendous $200,000 Production, Wm. A. Brady's Big Picture, “Stolen Orders BIG RETURNS ^tNTNISDISTRICT THREE CENTS THE COPYADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919 VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 140RE IS FIRST AND ONLY JAPANESE PUPIL - AVIATRIX NOW IN AMERICA*wr»*r~‘ s. ‘X'asa x^C'sskw-- • LET’S GO TO CHURCH TOMORROW WINS OVER HARD COMPETITION AND IS SENT TO NEW JERSEY FOR TOURNAMENT. MAYOR KITCHENS HEARS OASE OF A. V RUPPRECHT AND FINDS HIM CUILTY AS charged. FAMOUS FOIJPCE ('HARACTERS BEAT IT NEGROES AND CONTRIBUTE THE REGULAR QUOTA. Information just received from Mr. D. C. Abney, of the Guaranty State Bank, is to the effect that he has gone to Camden, N. J., to compete in a shooting tournament with the National Guard rifle experts of the whole United States. It came about by reason of the fact that Mr. Abney has been with the National Guard encampment at Fort Sill for the past several days, and on Aug. 20th was placed in a two day's shooting contest with various members of the national guard. The record made in this contest was so favorable that he was selected to go to New Jersey to compete with the experts of the country in a big tournament soon to be held, and to be participated In by the National Guards from various states of the union. Fourteen members of the guard | from Fort Sill are making the trip I to New Jersey, and they anticipate that they will be gone about a ! week or ten days. In the competition at Fort Sill Mr. Abney was high man with 42 ; targets out of a possible 50, at 309 i yards. One of the tests was ten shots in seventy seconds, having to stop and ; load once during the ten shots. Mr. Abney got six bulls eyes in the ten and the other four were close. Mr. Abney’s friends here will be ; glad to learn of his reputation as a marksman, and will no doubt envy him his free trip to New' Jersey. MUSKOGEE CITIZENS OPERATE STREET CARS By News’ Special Service MUSKOGEE, Okla.. Aug. 22.— Street cars were operated from 9 o’clock this morning until 7 o’clock tonight without mishap. Five hundred business men were sworn in as special officers. Armed men in automobiles followed every car to the end of its run and back. Five bricklayers working at the state fairgrounds walked out this I afternoon because the contractor was wearing a citizen officer’s badge. Tonight all bricklayers in the city agreed to refuse to work until the street cars were manned by ‘ union men. Three men were arrested on the ! streets today for loud talking and j inciting riots, one of wThom was Ed Conw ay, a former policeman, wTho is held without bond for investigation. Conway was one of the policemen who walked out a week ago in sympathy with the striking car , men. One man was beaten with a cane by M. Board, a citizen officer, when he resisted arrest. A crowd of five hundred people who gathered around the office of the Traction company tonight was I dispersed by Chief of Police It. L. McAfee without trouble. It was said by some union men tonight that other crafts would join the bricklayers tomorrow. Ij Railroad men reached a basis of .settlement early tonight with the Traction company officials. If the ; carmen’s union ratifies it the strike ! may end tomorrow. MAV RIGHTS IN SH ANTU Vt GO TO C HINA NOW INSTEAD OF TO JAPAN. NOTHING RECEIVED BV PEACE C OUNCIL TO INDICATE RESIGNATION OF HUNGARIAN RULER. By th* Associated Press PARIS, Aug. 23.—Although it expects such news within a few days. the supreme council of the peace conference has not been advised of anything indicating the resignation of Archduke Joseph, as head of the Hungarian government. The reparations committee of the conference has drafted a note which the supreme council will probably send to Rumania im mediately, warning that government that reparations under German and Austrian treaties will be enttirely cut off if the Rumanians continue to make reauisitions, and that all requisitions already made will be deducted from Rumania’s share in Austrian indemnity. Rumanian soldiers still continue to sieze foodstuffs and farm machinery in Hungary. Mrs. Joe Cole has moved into the building that has just recently been remodeled by R. W. Simpson, located two doors east of the Liberty Theatre. The building is like a new one, freshly painted, new cement floor, modern glass front, and up-to-date electric fixtures. The interior wood work is finished in soft tones of French gray with the cabinets, dressing tables and chairs to harmonize. Mrs. Cole is showing by far the most up-to-date and newest line of millinery that has yet been on display in this city. The show windows would add grace to any millinery parlor in a city three times the size of Ada. On her display stands, Mrs. Cole is showing the general utility hat, the street hat, and the dress hat, but they are all smart, stylish creations of modern millinery. We do not believe in boosting a thing unless there is a boost coming. but we do believe in calling an ace an ace and a club a club. You Can Order Government Food At Ada Postoffice THESE ARE OUR SENTIMENTS LOCAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION MEETS SUNDAY There will be a meeting of Ada Typographical Union No. 552 at th© Ada News office at 2:30 p. rn. Sunday, Aug. 24. Business of importance. All members urged to attend. ^ Whose advertisement starts on ~ page two and runs through tx) page ® eight today. You’ll miss something if vou don’t look for it. 8-23-1t* © _ ° Let a Want Ad get it for you. WEATHER FORECAST ;

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