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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 People Desiring Real Entertainment, the Best to Be Had, We Suggest “Bill Apperson*s Bog” from the Story “That Woman”—Thursday  Watt a evening jSetes  ■ay I  BETH MO  VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 182  ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1919  THREE CENTS THE COPY  srtiK fooush Fin he turn  Titties J AIM.NKSIC (KIVKKXMENT I'Ol.VH' COMMISSIONERS SIT TO TASK IXN!    (    \IH    I.Y    (    BS8FI    L    IX    GKTTIXC;    TWH  M snnoKof' foreign    i-argk    oxes    for    fon-  VISITOKS.    TH    VIXM'    COUNTY.  WHEN WEAVER SCORED FROM SECOND IN CHICAGO’S  BIG INNING—SIXTH GAME  By th# Avs*«£m.*>*i Fiw«    As    soon    as    the    plan    was    announced  TOKIO. Sept. 5. t Correspondence whereby the various counties of the of The Associated Tress.» liefer- state, through the highway departing to the sen ai liveness of the uient at Oklahoma City, could se-Japauese authorities about the move- cure almost without cost big army meet of suspicious foreigners’’ who trucks for road building, O. N. arrive in this country, the Jiji sa>w Walker, secretary of tile Chamber of that no doubt the authorities are Commerce, got busy to see what could wisely careful to prevent the influx he done for Pontotoc coun.y.  of such dangerous ideas as Bolshevism and socialism, but the result  At the same time couniy commissioners W. H. Btumley. J. I. Laugh-  is that foreigners who are very ta- J" 1 an d H. F. Bibb also got active vorably inclined toward Japan are  and as  a result this county has come  s\ s-  not infrequently subjected to tem ot vexatious spying or tug.  The J t j i relates that recent Iv an  into possession of two of these large hadow-; trucks with the promise of two more in the near future.  Secretary Walker aud Commission- 1   American whose name is well known *‘ rs  Brumley and Laughlin went to rn business and economic circles In Oklahoma City the latter part of last  Ame! ira. while  on  wax from w'^ek and put the deal over. securing  Nagasaki to Tokio. is said to have  lwo  trucks which are worth four been subjected to examination at thousand dollors each for the betitle    hands    of    half    a dozen differ-    sally sum of four hundred dollar;  ent    detectives    The    American, who    rech. The price paid only represents:    j n     ,j lt   is a friend    of    Baron Shibusawa. in    the transportation costs from the    world  the    course    of    an    interview with    factory here, and it is doubtful if the]first    t  him. drew his attention to what had county ever drove a better bargain (topped occurred during hi.N journey , and said than this, in fact, it is safe to say _______  ’ ha * such an experience, if suffered  ! * lat  never did and probably never foreigners, is likely to send again, unless it eels some more  of these trucks.  These 1  trucks are designed rn  ti KNICK AL DIEGUEZ SAYS FEDER-AL FORCES NOW HAVE REBEL IN TRAP; END DUE SOON.  REFRESHED BY SUNDAY ll KST, 20 OF THE ORIGINAL START-ERS RESUME FLIGHT T O DAY.  j JUAREZ, Oct. 13.—By January I, I 1920, the Villa movement in Chi-I huahua will be entirely crushed and ! its leader will cease to be a factor  1  in Mexican politics. Gen. M. Dieg-uez, Mexican federal commander of military operations in the nothern  By the Associated Press  MINEOLA. N. Y.. Oct. 13.—Refreshed by an enforced over Sunday rest, twenty of the forty-two original starters in the transcontinental air race lined up at controls ail the way from Mineola to San Francisco to take up the trail completed Saturday by Lieut. B. VV. Maynard. Major  zone declared after he had read a statement that a major offensive would be begun against Villa.  “Villa is now at San Bartelo, _    .    „     4     „  with a force    of eighty men, which!     fe P a,z and     Lieut.    E. C.    Keil  represents his entire military forces” Ithe three race leaders. said General    Dieguez, who is herej    Four leaders    who began at    San  for an inspection tour along tho Francisco started the day today with   b °r.1fr r ’    , ,    £° od  Prospects of reaching Mineola  “We are now making a movement;  h „    ...     #     .  by which the enemy will be caught    with?® a * westbound  between two units of mv forcer  !    8  . were wlt hin a day’s flight or  ten two    units or my torces  San     Francisco.    Those    expected at  bx o!hi  ut  xiii    inning    oi the    sixth    went tot* a double xxii n Hop! an*  **“•    -:ui*    Weaver,    the    Hu tic an played an Alhponse-Oas-  rn    rn the    VV bite    Sox.    iou av:. Jack-on thou singled to  a    texas    leaguer    that    c*. n * an i Weaver walloped home  one moving south, 2000 strong under General Miguel Laveaga and one moving north 1,400 strong.  “I have waited till today before  Mineola during the day were Capt. L. H. Smith, who spent Sunday at Rochester, N. Y.; Lieut. R. s. Worthington, who held over at Cleve-  from second base. Photo shows I  comi ‘ Yo Juarez with the good land ?  t  „ 5?“  over  ^ Cleve-him rounding third. The White    #    «  Wltn tne  S ood :land, Lieut. H. L. Queens at Bryan,  Sox sooted throe runs it. this in- “ eW * ° f .  V, "*f    •“*»<»•>*  OT ! r 'l2?. lo; and Major J C     at  • in tying !score.     I beni a    wax    with    a very    u nt'i    ix era hie      iwpress    ■ion    of Jap    an              rh**    Jiji    also    refers    to I    he case      of Dr.    Pre    derick    Starr    Prof    ess ir at      the Chi    icag    o univ    ersitx.    who    is well      know n    a rn    ong th    e Japa    ne<e    bx the      uaui** e    if *<    ifuda Hiik.t'f    OI    ■ €n arm      Doctor    OXX    ing to    : he %    real    int*rest      winced    by    h i til i    ll the    ... * ti Mi**    ft ion of      charms    J;  t     mi the    J a pa I)    c®e    ■ em pies      The Ai    ueri    can pri    ufessor    recs    ut Tx ar      fixed ti    i Ja    pan. \    < s< inn    D    if St ’• I       ? auded    at    Vokoha    ma the    » loc.    ii police      a ut bori    t ICS    inst ru    C f ed a    lH»h    ice offi-     only  tor transportation but will a’.^p draw scrapers, graders and plows , me of  the trucks is capable, it i> (Continued on Rage  led  Attorney General For Municipally Owned Ice Plants  IbftH Ll  IO Mill TONIGHT  of Chihuahua, Durango, and part of Coahuila.  ter to follow him to Tokio. Later. * hee Dr. Starr left for a trip to Mount Fuji. the police authorities supplied, unasked, a police escort "o the American visitors, and The officer accompanied him all the way to the top of the mountain. Ii Starr is at present staying at Kozu and his residence- says the newspaper is unnecessarily closely watched by the lynx-eyed mil ice.  The Jiji adds: ‘ It is the height of absurdity that the Japanese author!-  TOMATOES REALLY ABE VEGETAOLES-IT’S SURE  The local cost ot lh* Vine: jean Legion xviii meet at the City Hall a eight oVlocJk this evening, and as there is much business of im-porianc* to b* attended to. the ut fi  lly lh# a--. .    , ,,| j»,  ATCHISON. Kan.. Oct. 13. A message from Attorney General Richard J. Hopkins. read before the conx ent ion of the League of Kansas Municipalities here, urged that  cers  anxious that every meinbei the league “continue its tight” in be present, favor of municipally owned ice The    local  plants. He said:  “In my opinion, the mere enact-mem of a law by lh., .tate leeiala- 1  " ec *‘ ,iSar> IO  '“ ak, ‘  ,hi,i one ,hf   (Ii  By th# Associate#! Pre**  KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct. 13. A new angle of the old quetsion of  whether a tomato is a fruit or a *    . .    _________  x egetable came up in police court    Sixing    cities    of    Kansas    the     11     unix* p*'  here and brought a stay of execution  r ' Kht  *° construct and operate mu- ex cry returned  organization is coming along m fine style and all that is  in th (•Idler  ■ tat*  to  OI  a 125 fine imposed on a local nicipal ice plants xviii eliminate all th. organization and >tu*xv the aa  ice famines in Kansas and the cost xx as charged with ll-  of ice and  would prevent untold str  and  grocer.  Tfie grocer  ing tomatoes which had been dis feting among the poor who are unplayed in uncovered showcases in *ble buy ice at high rates.” front of his sTore. His attorneys The attorney general also urged to ~ "watch* over  cited  ordinance providing ilia! that public sentiment assert itself no fruns which xxiii Lh- eaten without against any unjust gas rates.  —    _    _    being washed may t>,* exposed tor “The attempt of the gas barons  FOREIGN DELEGATE* ARRIVE     bllt that  vegetables which are to raise rates aud place the burden  FOR TRADE CONFERENCE     IUa>     displayed    of    supporting    such    rates    ou    the  By th# AMKM*iatwd Prrw  for into me  /♦al for the movement as is being khow n by the local officers.  Phone Company Won't Arbitrate Declares Noble  OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. ll.  John M. Noble, general manager of the Southwestern Bell Telephone 1  company, testifying before the state board of arbitration In the investigation of the Drumright telephone operators* strike, declared his com-    ~  pally -will never listen to a third  Ky the  Aneled p party, not even the state board of arbitration” in the adjustment of differences between the and its employee, it was stated yes terdav by Claude  , throw, for I do not like to make: Chicago.  .promises that I cannot fulfill. The! Major Spatz and Lieut. Kiel who Jend    of the    year    will see Villa    a    landed    here Saturday within 20  thing    of the past.”    seconds    of each other, after a nip  General Dieguez, who six years and tuck race across !?*• continent, ago was a common laborer in a 'in which Major Spatz is unofLcial-Sonora mine, has jurisdiction over,b’ reported to have won b.. the the constitutionalists in the state j remarkably narrow margin of 31  Zacatas!     seconds »    "ere working on their  weather    beaten machines today iii an  CEASE-WAR IS OVER”  effort to get them ready for the return trip within the ninety-six hours’ maximum time allowed by the air service between arrival at a terminus control and departure on the return flight.  ties should evince suspicion about the movements of such men detail detectives them.”  Ada Playhouses  in unprotected boxes.  NEW VOLK, Oct. 13 The inter  At die Liberty.  “The Wrong Mr. Wright,” a doub-   ?     small consumer ought to be resent-    Ie black face comedy* featuring Gene  omatoes    are    vegetables.    the    **d in such strong terms that the    Cobb, the original Honey Gal.  and these    were     ruen  attempting to put over such a    In ’his play Mr. Wright is taken  of ‘ w \.^    ...    deal would realize the perfidy of  f or his twin brother, causing many  allied commission to the internation- Jr ,oc ** r  maintained, ”i  a1 trade conference, consisting of    ,    -v„.    pc.    cm?    u.    —    *~.*.    —-..............  3t> delegate- from Great Britain.    *'? u D f c * UiSV 1  b hex* their    action.” said the Hopkins men- funny situations. But if ye tell you  Italy and Belgium, arrived '». < , , , u     *^’  Ha ‘ d  ’he judge, but  saCP     any more you max not enjoy the  tx on the transport Northern I 11 grant you a 8ta - v of  •‘Mf ut ion    .    .    ...... . show.  By the Associated Press  MINEOLA, N. Y., Oct. 13.—Capt. L. H. Smith, third east bound aviator to complete the t rah scout inent- a l flight, arrived here at 10:50 this INDEPENDENCE. Kans., Oft. 13-    morning. According to the record in  In a single stroke, Judge J. VV.    Capt. Smith’s log book he has beat-  "'7™'    Holdren of the Montgomery County    en Lieut. B. W. Maynard in the  Con-.llv    t-hnr     dlSl  eonrt diamisaed from the     raoe .  Capt . Smith's figures show that  Lonallx. labor current docket twenty-tw T o divorce fl ew  f rorn  q nn   cor a hi i ssi oner .who returned from the suits, in emphatic language he hit-  neo j a  j u  04 hours 59  meeting of the board.    terly opposed the general practice;  4 g seconds Cant Smith's. HAim  “This means,” said Clonally, “that of granting divorces, and" incidental-j  will have  :    officiallv    xprifiioB  one of the biggest corporations    in    ly, arraigned such attorneys as make    before a decision i«     erifiied   the state, employing thousands of a specialty out of augmenting the    *____  people, says that this board, created “divorce mill’ in the courts.    By th# Associated Pre**  by law for the purpose of hearing “The war is over,” the judge stated    SACRAMENTOapalit <w 10  differences between employe and em- in dismissing the suits, “and I want  r  *  r  *„    ’    Vk    X .  ployer. "light jus, as we,, he off .he -he families of this county to stop    «£  would co-operate with me in this    ‘* ved     R eno * fourteen miles  from this place, at 8:54 this morning.  face of the earth.”  fighting at home. If ^he attorneys  me  Noah (Aniley Pays Pine.    crusade against divorces so many  Noah Conley was arrested by the homes would not go to smash. If city authorities on a charge of principals in divorce cases who drunkenness this morning paid a  France yesterda  Pacific to represent their respective countries at tLie conference which is to open in Atlantic City Thurs-day,    i  STEEL WORKERS RETURN  TO WORK IN DROVES TODAY  I j* th# A Kao# jn »-«t Pn m>  CANTOR, Ohio. Get 13. Striking steel workers began 10 return to work in th*- mills here bx the hundreds this morning. About 2,-#01 in all went to work. company officials said.  fine and costs amounting to $10.75.  because  . maut,  you have a good argil-  Col. House Get§ Home from Europe a Very Sick Man  GORE SAIS OKLAHOMA GAN RATIFY SUFFRAGE  .So don’t fail to s*e it at the Liberty today.  \f the American.  Today is the “Great Gamble," featuring Ann Murdock. Charles Hutchinson and Harold Lloyd, in one oj hi* b**st comedies, “Easy Money,” ai*o that comedy "Happy tho Married.'’  WASHINGTON, Get. ll. Sena-    Coining Tuesday, “Alice Tell” in  tor Gore, in a telegram today to    “The Trap,” from ihe story by  _____ ’    Mrs. Frank Haskell of Tulsa and Richard Harding Davis.  other Oklahoma suffrage leaders.    Thursday and Friday, Jack Picks'EW    Y<IRK.    Oct.    13. Col. Ed-    suggested that if Governor Robert-    ford in “Bill Anderson’s Boy,* a story  ward    M    House,    chief adviser to    son does not call a special session    of the hill folk; of Kentucky.  E  go to a lawyer would keep their mouths shut instead of making remarks about their spouses, there would be a bettter chance for permanent settlement xvhen their tit ions ate refused.”  By the Ass.wiattH.1 Pi ess  SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Oct. 13. — Lieut. Pearson left Battle Mountain for Reno, Nev., at 8:45 a. rn. p e _ Lieut. J. O. Donaldson left Battle Mountain at 9:05 a. in.  Prohibition or Control Question In Britain Now  CAPI. HARGIS RETURN FROM ATLANTA REUNION  President Wilson and represents- of the legislature to ratify the suf-tive of the president in Paris for frage amendments. It can be ratified several months, returned from En- by initiative at the election on Aug-iop* yesterday on the transport Si st ♦», 1920.  Northern Pacific, a very sick man. j Senator Gore recently received a ‘This is the first day I have been telegram from Oklahoma suffrage without fever since I sailed.” he said leaders saying that several attempts when asked about the condition of to see Governor Robertson in re-— —    his health. "Its not influenza. Its ray! gird to the special session had f*il-  old trouble — gravel. I want to get !  ed.  * *p»air    Ham    H. Hatgis    ,*iti\^d    back to my home here aud get a Senator Gore said that he based  home    Iasi    evening from    the    big    re-    goo** rest. I hope to be able to go his opinion that the amendment  union    of    Confederate    Veterans held on to    Washington in a    w’eek    or    could    be ratified    by initiative    on a  in    Atlanta.    Ga.,    last    week    recent    decision of    the supreme    court  To tx question regarding the stat- of the state of Washington. He said us of the league of nations Colonel any state having the initiative could House    said:    ratify    the amendment even if the  “There i<<    nothing to be    said    on    legislature failed    to do so.  MICKIE SAYS  / joss* wx\*mvC, Pit Kit'.  ' ’'OUWINNOW— NAMH OO MOO QCUCUJkUM SWU WVK** AWt* Attrist OMMWtt NOVJU.  The delegates to the reunion I rom Willliani L. Byrd Camp were Capt. Hargis. J A. Morgan, J. C. Cates and Mrs. S. A. Tipton, all of whom  attended the reunion. Mr. Gates had [** at    Ever Tthing    that    could    znnnv    nnnnzni'r    sn  bw D  visiting n*ar Chattanooga for “•£ >"    ronnection    has    boon    POX T. A*THM PaOBAMJi TO  some time and went to the reunion  8 ** d * The thing to be done now is  t  A\ KUT TIE-11 tlr (DAL MINES from that point hts crodonttial* hav- «• It-K 1 " work and try to subilizo | "r J*  ing been sent him from ibis camp  ard  tranquilize the world.”    WASHINGTON, Oct. 13.- Some  several days ago. None of the other    Colonel House    did not leave    tho    official action, either    by President  delegates from this camp hax*- ie;    ship for several hours lifter her    ar-    ^ ilson or cabinet, to avert the  returned.    rival. When seen in his stateroom ! threatened strike*of bituminous coal  Cap!. Hargis states that there he was wearing a heavy overcoat ; 1,1 iner ® Nor. I is to be expected, it were ten thousand veterans in at- with a thick blanket wrapped around  was  * aid to ^ a X  a *  l ** e  White House, tendance at the reunion, that the him for additional warmth. It tai'Ofliclilt regard the matter as one city furnished ample accomodations    said he had been    In bed throughout    I requiring government    action lf oth-  and that everyone present had a    the voyage.    i er efforts to avert a    tie-up of the  good time.    Colonel    House    went    to    Paris    on    i coa * mines fail.  Capt. Hargis states that Senator p.nober 26. 1918, as special envoy!      -    -    —  Luther Harrison’s speech was the  C f the president and was the nresl-feature of the occasion and that dent's chief adviser during the ses-when he had finished his address  g | ong Q f the peace conference. He the entire audience rose to their g U ff ere d  a  severe attack of influenza feet and gave *hre** cheers for Okla-  |n  p ar|(| and wa#  confit  to hlg   hotel for several weeks.  M4CVC,TAaS«    VUKt ISAM  S    % M \ \X*X ttXJLNOU UOV.M  m    x tvta ^trr nom iftkraiD V  00 aa Twi« 1VUM06 mar xNa  1WKT SNXVU NMO VAA HtMtttCOtM  \    Q»»v.    ^  The county commtsstoners and the directors of the Chamber of Commerce enjoyed a luncheon at  the Harris hotel today and took    _____  up the proposition of building a  COH Illy COUrt house and establish-  By !lie  Associated Tress ing the white way m Ada.    LONDON, Sept. 16.- (Correspond-\  Much interest was manifested in    enee    of    The    Associated    Press)—Bri-!  the court house question. After an     taln    must    choose     between    strict  an.mated and enthusiastic discus-    .    ,  Bion ii was decided lo appoint a government control of the liquor  committee to circulate petitions to (raffle or absolute prohibition, iii  secure the necessary number of sig- the opinion of Lord D’Abernoii,  natures, in order that the commis- chairman of the Liquor Control stoners may call an election and    .  submit the question to the people.    ' ..    , s     .    .  The names of these committeemen .    ”,    eonstdered  will probably be announced tomor-  broadly ,bere are onl >'  ,w0  Policies. row.  The matter of installing a white way iii the city was taken up and  By the Associated Press  LINCOLN. Neb., Oct. 13.—Airplane No. 13. westbound in the trans continental airplane race crashed to earth nine miles from Oconto, Neb., according to a report received here at -noon today from the control station at North Platte. The plane was in charge of Lieut. H. D. Norris. accompanied by Mechanic H. J. Meyer. Evidently neither of the men was seriously injured.  MAN ANR WOMAN FAILED IN ATTEMPTER RMT  boma.  A resolution was ainu passed ordering Senator Harrison's speech  printed and a copy mailed to every Mammie School of Instruct bm. Vetera* attending the reunion.    All Masons are ^invited to at*  -----  tend    the    school of Instruction at the  Don't force!    to    g«    *    »«»*•• hall of Ads. Lodge No. 119, A., F.  “ll 4*t*d gas (esses, assignment*. ♦«• A A. M„ at 9 o'clock this evenlag. it**#* ou. ‘da News offer, —Miles C. Or!gaby, W. M.  First Baptist Choir Rehearsal  Tuesday night at 7:30 will be the regular choir rehearsal at the First Baptist Church. A fine company of our young people have very graciously volunteered to help in the choir and they, along with all who I have been coming, means we will have the best choir in thb. see-Ion  The meeting will begin promptly WEATHER FORECAST  at 7:30 and last about forty-five    --  minutes. Let everyone who will help Cloudy tonight and tomorrow us, come.—C. C. Morris, Pastor. j probably rain and warmer tonight.  ^sssa  As the result of an attempted control or prohibition,” said Lord hold-up last Friday night Mary D'Abernon. “Reversion to the old j Sparks is iii jail and Henry Sween-pre-war conditions would mean  e > T  * s  tinder bond for trial Henry the pro^suTo'n was" favored “by^“ai! drunkenness inefficiency, >» health.! (Dutch > Teel is the complaining present. A committee composed of disease and the miser* which has    •  S M Shaw L A Ellison J E  n °toriously resulted from drunken According to the statement of the Hickman and* C. E. Cunning WM hab ‘ ta  I" 'he past.    county attorney it seems that Teel  appointed to Interview the property _  1  hel'eve that control is possible. »as ta an intoxicated condition in a holders along the street affected The experience of the war shows [local restaurant and wanted a room by the move and get their conaent hat temperance and effleiency can o go to bed The Sparks woman of-nnd co-operation in putting it over.  b “ obtained by regulation. I believe feted to conduct h.m to a room. and Ti... proposed white way would 'he liquor trade s susceptible to ;  after,doing so she induced him to It tch from tho Katy to the Frisco  reform - Recent declarations by lead- take a walk toward the oil mill. on Main from loth to 12th on both  ers ln the ,rade - appear to me to! When ‘he mill property Sween-B road way and Townsend and from warrant the belief that the new ey appeared from the nearby build-B’oadxvay to Tow nsend on 12th. with  8Cho ° l in th e brewing trade is galn- !  ings and threw a gun in Teel’s face, five lights to each block on both  ill 8  a  hearing, and that they have informing him that he and the wo-sides of the street.    realized that the old methods of man were both under arrest. The   _____the anti-reform whole-hog indul- woman insisted that he put up a  I.VIUU jim! HIOMX NS iNJiTiiFD gcnce advocates are no longer suit-‘cash bond for both of them. He stat-IX BAD RAILWAY \rtiDENT     to    modern     conditions. The jed that he would not do so unless  by tt>#    same change is in evidence among! they went to the city hall and did  VANDALIA III.. Get. 13. About     llc€nse d victuallers. I    get many, the thing up    according to .law. Tee!  2D persons w'ere injured when five    otters from them urging    that there (drew his knife and started to decoaches and a diner of westbound     be no  return to the old    hours, dur-1 fend himself.    In some way the wo-  Pennsylvania passenger train No. 21     ln & which their work    lasted, 17! man got the    knife out of his hand  overturned three miles east of here hours instead of six daily and when yesterday. The force of the accident the conditions for public house ser-tore up.about one mite of track. vants were a scandal.  The following Oklahomans were "There can be no doubt that the among those injured:    position of licensees is enormous-  E. Ca ha. Pryor, Okla.    ly better than before the war. They  j O. L. Lilly, Stillwater, Okla. : work shorter hours, they have not George Atwood, Wagoner. Okla. j the same difficulty with drunken-G. H. Reagan, Oklahoma City, hom and they certainly do not make Okla.    i leas money.  and turned upon him, slashing his clothing in various places. Teel Anally made his escape.  Both Sweeney and Mary Sparks will be tried Wednesday before Judge Brown, Sweeney on the charge of carrying a pistol and the woman for assault with a knife. Sweeney will then be tried in the county court for pointing a gun.   

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