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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 James Oliver Curwood is Author of the Story of Canadian Northwest and Klondike from which the Photoplay “Paid in Advance" isMade  {fee gfoa Ctoenmg  VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 187  ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919  THREE CENTS THE COPY  Barking Up the Wrong Tree  BIGG KST LAND DEAL EV Ell CON- LIEUTENANT * MAYNARD IS THE SC HEATED IN PONTOTOC    VICTOR    IN    BIG AIB RACK  1X)CXTY HAS H ST BEEN    ACROSS    THE    UNITED  CLOSED.    STATES.  P. A. Norris, president of the ^ ‘h® Awocittid Phi*  First National Bank and one of the MINEOLA. N.. Y.. Oc*t. 18. Lieu-leading and most resourceful busi- tenant Belt in W. Mayi •  nf thrite as upll as of  in the  army's air race across the  ST....h,«i™    continent    ami return, the greatest  the state has just closed a deal  u , ion cnd(tr;l!uv t(>8 ,  of  history.  whereby he becomes owner of the     1: £, 0  p. rn.  famous Horseshoe Ranch, near  Ueotonan ,  Maynard  flew the 142 Hickory, in this county.    ,    .miles of the last alaite in his ureal  Mr. Norris made the purchase of    f roln  ocean to ocean and co  lins property from Hubbell. Slack Sc , urn a| a Kp „. d  „ f  nearly two miles Co., prominent Clition dealers of  a minute>  Several minutes before Houston. Tex., who have owned the  he  i andt , d  his plane was visible property for some time, and it is flashing across the cloudless sky said that the consideration was ap-  in  (| ie  brilliant sunshine of a per-proximately $180,000.00,    feet autumn day.  It is understood that    since    Mr. The first persons to    greet him  Norris made the purchase he has a1- as he stepped from his machine at ready been offered a handsome prof- the conclusion of his historic flight it on the property by people who de- were his wife and two little girls. sire to continue it as ranch proper- who rusht'd across the field amid tv, but that he refused the offer the frantic cheering of hundreds of for the reason that he is anxious to spectators, see this vast acreage become farm The first words uttered b> property.    tenant Maynard when he put hts  It is known now that    since    free    *° ot on the  ground were    a generous  ranee has become a thine of    the    tribute lo bere,am V    K Klein,  past. laree ranches as they were hi* companion on the fl.gh ;    .    .    .    “Sergeant    Klein    ueser\es me  known in the early days are un-     eM    credit ...  said  the lieutenant. |  prohta.ile. As a matter o^ fact the .     u    (()    (h    i  lieutenant.'  older states west of the Mississippi    „    retorted the sergeant.  have abandoned the large ranch    *    __  propositions, and have found that more cattle and hefter cattle could be raised and taken care of where  CHICAGO, Oct. 18.—In sight of his goal and recognition as the , couatrv’s greatest transcontinental, the land was cut up into farms of  dier  First Lieut. B. W. Maynard to-1  DESPERATELY DEFENDING CITY TOWARD WHICH ANTI-BOLSHEVIK FORCES ARE NOW MARCHING.  LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL LADS WIN GAME, BUT FAIL TO SHOW FORM EXPECTED OF THEM.  By the Asserted Pres*    The    Ada    Highschool boys played  LONDON, Oct. 18.—Forces of the ^ Qr tWQ  q Uar t ers     the game  Soviet government of Russia are, ac-i    „ ..  cording to latest advices, still des-! a S ainst the lads  from Holdenville perately defending the city of Petro-' and managed to take the game 34 grad toward which anti-Bolshevik j  to  6. If they had not leafed the oth-  Oct° PS l I h  Co\fl b rmatlo a n  V of nC di8 K patcSesj "  two  Quarters, they could hare telling of the fall of the former I made not less than seventy-five Russian capital has not been re-! points. The loafing for the first and ceived in official quarters here, [last quarters, coupled with poor Over the whole situation around j tackling all through the game and Petrograd there is considerable ob-; failure to complete forward passes scurity due to conflicting and contra-1 and intercept those of the oppon-dictory reports. There seems to be ents as the Ada boys can and ought little doubt that‘the army command-; to do, kept the score to the need  ed by General Yudenitch is within a comparatively short distance of the city, but th© rapidity of its advance during the first days of the offensive does not appear to have been maintained. General Yudenitch  reasonable size and the same cultivated. than could be done by  day started his final flying day of 503 miles from Cleveland. Ohio, to  means of the large ranches where  Mineola N Y ., his original starting  the cattle owner depended entire-  point. The flying parson is more  Iv on free ranee and wild Brass     (han g00 ml , M ahead of hy ,  J. h .!    “    .u*“‘ pursuer. Cap!. J. O. Donaldson at  Des Moines.  Former State Senator Is Fined for Contempt  EPISCOPAL CHURCH IK  braces ten thousand acres, six thousand of which is deeded property and four thousand of which is leased.  There are already on twenty-five hundred acres under cultivation, and K is believed that the whole tract of ten thousand acres can be converted into tillable land.  It is Mr. Norris’ intention, it is  Second in actual distance covered and in the race for first honors for  this ranch  e,ap6ed time -  Capt ' k 0 ** 11 H *  Smith  spent the night in Chicago and got  away today on his return trip to San Francisco.  Third in the eastbound flight Lieut. Alexander Pearson today was at North Platte, Neb., with a damaged ship.  Forty-three of the 62 starters to-  Bjr th® Associated 1'reaa  SEATTLE. Ocl. 18—An American  B> the Amo< .;„,„,  Pr „, explorer. Harold Noice. formerly a| AUSTIN. Tex.. Oct.  17.—Tom  member of Vllhjalmur Stefansson’s Testerman. a former Oklahoma state party, is working his way eastward ! senator. wa* -lined one hundred dot-  on foot along the route of the northwest passage on the northern rim of  the continent, according to word re-_______  _    _____  ceived here. He expects to reach j nR a we jj  on  disputed territory on the Hudson Bay country and civill-u^ south bank of the river.  zation some time next summer.    I    ----  Storker Storkerson, formerly second in command of the Stefansson  understood, to    the    Prop-     For „ Mhree    of    lh e    62    starters    to-  d  m"command of the Stefansson Mil Iftr nflllllT POTtT  erty as a ranch proposeion and     h ad completed the crossing one“ d  y "  who arrived  here recently Mil 11,1- I, Kl    .KHI  centrer* it into several small farms     and e ,„ en had warted the  « e c- f rom  ' the far DO r.h. said feat Nolce.il UUUL UUUIII    UllLHI  and farmers^ w“o wish^ seuto •»- Up,    accompanied    only    by    Eskimos,    is  on farms of reasonable size and cul  tivate the soil.  For several years the name and fame of Horseshoe Ranch has been countrywide, and many of the iedal-ists of the “good old days’’ will regret to see the disaffection of this property for the reason that it stood as a landmark of the days that were, at the same time every student of economic conditions and current events will realize the fact that Mr. Norris* idea is correct.  proceeding slowly and mapping por-l lions of the coast lines as he goes. A stretch of the coast line of Victoria Land, heretofore unmapped, is being charted by Noice. i Noice may visit the interior of Victoria Land, which, according to  Walter Goy ne Says the Mustache Has  j—    —    m    yj    •    all    reports,    has    never been explored  Gone I TONI the City  b >’  white men AU  explorers, traders.  and trappers who have touched Vlc-, toria Land have only  A survey to disclose the condition of the Episcopal church In all respects, property, resources, activities, needs and plans has been made, with the special aim of finding out tars aud sentenced to one day In! } uat what  the church needs, local-the Travis county jail today on a and generally, for the complete contempt charge. He violated an inprosecution of the church s mis-juuction restraining him from drill- sion.  With the information acquired from the survey, the clergy is to lend the great power of the pulpit, mass meetings to be addressed by the best speakers of the church, and a body of “Information Men” will make five minute addresses whenever designated by the proper authorities.  The time is ripe for such an advanced step because of the situation of the world today is such to offer almost unlimited opportunity and a challenge to that crusading spirit in all of us who love to respond to a worth-while task. The  REVENUE PRODUCER  T. A. Starred was fined twenty and costs En mayor’s court on a charge of breaking one of the city ordinances. It is charged that he built a fire within the fire limits  less low mark.  Holdenville went into the game with the intention of taking revenge for the defeat on their home grounds last week. They got the ball and rushed the Ada boys off their  GRAND JURY ASIS REMOVAL OF JUDGE  in his advance has drawn his troops j feet, showing the ball from their into a rough semi-circle from K ras_ |own 20-yard line on a series of naia Gorka on the northwest to j ine  pi unges and  forward passes to Psarkoe-Selo which is almost due ^ da » g  5-yard line. With their backs ?? ut v °1 P etr0 £ ra< l- Further south  tQ t k e i r own goa i  and  paying under the Yudenitch army is reported o  h hadQW of their QWn Y t  have replied a point near the city,     he i d    llre   from Petroarad     m " e8 di8tant j line. Four attempts to shove the ball  General Dentine appears to be!?'" by the visitors succeeded in advancing his left flank northward; taking it to Ada s l->ard line. here toward Gomel where his Cossacks    th e  ball* It was snapped  may join the Polish forces and pre-! back for Crawford to Punt out of sent a compact front to the Soviet: danger. The fleet footed visitors tore armies. If this junction is made, the through and around the slow Ada anti-Bolshevik line to Petrograd to bunch, blocked the punt and Pagett Orel would resemble a great horse-1 fell on the sphere for a touchdown. shoe almost entirely enclosing the Pagett failed to kick goal, making Bolshevik!.    I the score 6 to 0 for the visitors.  German-Russian forces are said! The entire quarter went with Ada to be holding the left bank of the scoreless. The Holdenville boys play-lower Duna river at Riga.    ed better ball than the locals, in  spite of the fact that the locals were several pounds to the man heavier.  The locals went into the game with a little pep in the second quarter and showed what they can do if they will try. They got the ball on Holdenville’s 20-yard line. Orr plugged the line for 5 yards, Crawford j for 5, Orr for 6 and Crawford in I two attempts took it over. Oliver CHICKASHA, Oct. 17. (Special.) failed to kick goal.  - -Late this afternoon the grand jury* Ada kicked off, but McKendree in-made a partial report to District tercepted a forward pass, and a ser-Judge Linn, accusing R. E. Daven- ies of line plunges and end runs port, county judge, with moral tur- sent the pigskin to Holdenville^ 3-pitude and asking his removal from yard line and Crawford went over office. The jury also recommended again. Oliver kicked goal, that he be suspended pending his On the next kick-off to Holden-trial.    i Ville, the ball was in play on Hold-  At 2:30 Judge Linn had not issued enville's 33-yard line. Ada held for the order of suspension, having been downs and got possession of the asked by the advisers of Davenport ball on Holdenville^ 45-yard line. to withhold the order a short time, oliver made 25 yards on an end Three counts were included in the run. Mallory, Cunning and Oliver  Waller Goy ne is “old timer” in these  spread of pagan and materialistic,    ___________________  journeyed    and    failed to comply with the pro-    ideals of life, the growth of many I J}®?!?/?* 1 ® 118 * ? Very count  S° ln 8  iat0     carried it near the goal posts and  journey ea    a    .....cults and “lams." the breaking  up  ?" a ‘l of a given case and outlining    cunning went over, and Oliver kicker the religions of the East, the Ibe findings ofjthe juy. The jury     ed goa ,  chaotic economic and industrial conditions following the war, the revel-  along its shores. Stefansson found visions that set forth how fires shall considered an the tribe of “blonde Eskimos’’ in be built in ibis double-a-town. He garts and a the Victoria Land country.    I    has appealed to the county court.  This means, that with a master ^ ews  reporter w’as    talking to    him    Noice has no ship and but few' L. D.    Kersey was arraigned    be-  mind at the helm, this vast piece of this morning about    the sudden    dis-    supplies. He depends almost entirely fore the    mayor on two Charges    one    ation of the brutish^ possibilities^ of  property will become really pro- appearance of the    typical old    citi-    upon his gun for his living. Stef-  of exceeding the speed limits to. human nature which the war has critically ill  a ut a rl r i V t* V a t h A fithAl* fnr villi ll i ll & rn rn) ni Aho ti'ntrorcnl o errata Inriffler    *  recessed until Wednesday morning, due to the fact that Stephen Hub-i  bard of Tuttle, one of the jurors,  noint _  more adde d to had received word that his wife was  points more   ductive instead of simply being a    zen who used to wear    the broad     a nsson, his former chief, who is not-  souvenir of the halcyon days w'hen    brimmed sombrero and    wear the    ©<1 among explorers as teeing able  we all indulged in the dream that long mustache curled at both ends.'to live off the barren wllite lands America was big enough to main- Mr. Goyne was asked:    “Is there    of the north, probably taught Noice    announces    that    he    intends    to    give    Christian    to    merely    look    on    or    to  tain these stately preserves just for    any noticeable supply of ’soup strain-    how' to get along without carrying!    speed    violators    the    limit    of    the law    be    satisfied    to    have    the    church    to  auto drivers, the other for running made’, the universal agonizing pray-with wen muffler. He was assessed  er  f or a new  world, all these things; (14.75 in each case. The mayor make it impossible for any true  the pride of the thing, and that ers,’ “ misplaced eyebrows,’ or any many supplies.  will be given the op- of the other numerous models of j Noice’s parents live in Seattle.  mustaches prevalent in this city?” The explorer is young in years, hav-  heneeforth.  many men port unity of home and thrift, and.  merely look on playing only a minor part in the great wrorld-wide revo-  as a consequence of the plan, be After a given an opportunity to not only investigation  reap for htowelf but to add to the deeded that there It none such, inrfiwtrifll wealth of one of the rich-     In facI .  b y Blinding on a busy'La Ile on  the schooner l’olar Hear.  est and most foremost counties of    'JSJES  the state  complete and thorough i ng  graduated froh a high school  140 years 0 i d  was sold in 1865 for into the subject, we here about eight years ago. He went $ 1&() * 0 a  bottle  north in 1912 with Captain Louis  A quantity of rum known to be lution lh which ye find ourselves.  Adieu, Horseshoe Ranch! Welcome. a colony of prosperous farmers and contented homes!  I  sibly one man out of every fifteen i ar  Bear from Lane. Noice shipped thai wears a mustache.    as a member of the crew'. Later,  The barber himself doesn’t know j when Stefansson decided to return why. Frank Yeargan can’t explain it. to the outside t^orld. Noice’left the Is it just because they don’t like party and remained in the North. 'em? Or perhaps “friend wife” or His parents expect him to return to the “best girl” objects—for obvious Seattle next year reasons—or, maybe ifs just because the average man doesn’t like to let his friends know w'hat he eats, these days of the exorbitant C. of L.  Anyhow, it is quite noticeable" there are few. very few of any varieties of this decoration in Ada.  And not so many years ago there were great numbers of them—types  Only about forty per cent of the people of this so-called Christian land are even nominally connected with any church of any sort.  This is how the people of the church can help in this nation-wide campaign:  I. By talking about it and creat-  DELEGATES TO SIT OH  The first half ended 20 to 6.  The third quarter saw fourteen  the locals*  score. Line plunges and end runs carried the ball in scoring distance ! and Orr broke through for a touch-! down. A few' minutes later Oliver skirted right end for another touch-dow'ii in the southwest corner of the field. Oliver kicked goal both times.  The last quarter was poorly played by both teams, little team work,  ; pep or knowledge of football being shown by either side. The Ada boys wrere seemingly unable to un-supreme derstand signals, hold the ball or  of interference.   By  WASHINGTON* Oct    18 — Presi-  of the  Eldest kind, regular “viilis-  . .Lli nn tic” musUchios or “kaiser** kinds, dent Wilson s condition showed no .  wK , . _    -    ,    .      ,    ’  l    tgxa.v    hut    mu®    mn-     al1 of wh * cb are found now  ® nl y  ln   movies.  material change today but was con si de red satisfactory by his physicians who issued the following bulletin:  “White House, Oct. 18. 11:20 A.  M. The president rested well last night, but there to “%    ll,    u.  change in his genera' ?”" dl " an  ( ; 1  ii LONDON, Oct. 18.—The white ncw annytoms bye developed. Sign  flas was hoisted over the Bo |, heTlk   KRONSTADT CAPTURE IS  Uh*'. QOU.N.  Htfttt A GOOD OME \  UftttN- "THE l*^M N4MO QOtlMl KONERTAEE (ARN fSB*  ny the Asaoclated Press  PARIS, Oct. 17.—Reports of the capture of Kronstadt by <he British THE BOLSHEVIK FORTRESS which have not been confirmed and HOISTS THE WHITE FLAG !»!”<> the reports of further advances  by General Udlevitch toward Petro  fortress of Kronstadt on Friday  ed, Grayson, Ruffin and Stitt.'  Dr. Grayson said that Dr. Fran-,  Cis X. DurCUm Of Philadelphia WOUld    I    mnnrt    th*  pay his regular weekly visit to the  p  ’  q  ^  a  *  p f om  president at 4:30 o'clock this after-. Finnis headquarters.  noon. Dr. Hugh Young of Johns Hop-; kins hospital who was called in yes- IJi^T MAYNARD terday will be present at the con-!    ^ CURTISS FIELD TODAY  saltation today.  IDS ANGELES TIMES TO  DISPENSE WITH PRINTERS?  By th* A*wci*t*d Prwi  LOS ANGELES. Oct. 18.—The Loa Angeles Times appeared today with a page of news printed without type. Articles for the page were typewritten, photographed and etching made therefrom.  By the Associated Priss  BUFFALO, N. Y.. Oct. 18.— Lieut B. W. Maynard appeared over Curtiss field today at 9:25. He came from Cleveland where he took off at 8:58.  grad have intensified the peace conference's interest in the Russian situation and have emphasised the fear especially of tho French that Gen. Von der Goltx may entrench himself in northern Russia and give the Germans an important part in directing Russian affairs should the Bolshevik government fall.  The eagerness of the Allies to prevent Germany from having water communication with Bolshevik ports on the Baltic is explained by the fear that Von der Golts might be supplied in that manner with munitions to carry plans he is known to have for getting a foothold In Russian territory.  The cobra, unlike moot poison-sine sous reptiles, keeps its poison fangs out german ten tly.  I>y inc Associated Press  PARIS, Oct. 18.—The council of the peace conference to- Put  an y kind    ^  day adopted a resolution providing    Fentem was sent in to take Mallory s  that the delegates of the great pow-    pl&ce At quarterback. He called the  ers may sit on the various commis-    signal on the first down and sent  ing a strong sentiment in favor of'sions set up under the German    Derrick around right end for a  it.    j peace treaty and may vote on var-    touch down, but the point was not  2.    Attending services and meet-; (pus questions before those commis-    allowed, as a quarterback is not  ings    in connection with the cam- sions whether or not their govern-    permitted to call the signals on the  ments have ratified the treaty. , down after he goeq in.  Final score: 34 to 6.  Line-up.  Ada  workers in the ically today that the senate would Long   LE-......^Oliver  not consent to American partied Culver.........LT. .. McKendree  paign.  3. Studying its purposes and attending all conferences in connection with the Mime.  4. Serving as cause.  5. If success, both spiiitual and material, depends upon God, then let us not forget the campaign in our private and family prayers, at common prayer in church, and especially in the Holy Communion.  The church must have a greater number of workers, clergy cmd laity so that it may be more thoroughly organized for her work, down to the smallest church and mission, this campaign is not merely an attempt to galvanize the church into life and interest long enough to secure a large sum of money, but that such new interest will be aroused, that it will continue to stay awake and will continue to press, sad to supply cheerfully and amply all that is needed for, a victorious campaign in the name of the King of Kings.  WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—Re-* publican leaders declared emph&t- Holdenville  Patton in the league of nations or Dailey.........LG -.. Kerr  other international commissions un-    Crutcher.  C......Chilcutt  til the peace treaty had been rati-    Holland........RG.... McKeown  fled by the senate and specific laws    Roff -..........RT.......Laird  enacted later by congress authoriz-    Thomas.......RE... M. Derrick  ing definite representation and pro- Pagett ......._.LH...    T. Derrick  viding for its expense.    I    Coffman ........QB Mallory  Reed .....  RH.....Cunning  LETTISH FORCES RECAPTURE ! Bolton.........FB..    ..    Crawford  A VERY IMPORTANT PORT  Substitutes:  Ada—Orr for T. Derrick, Burk for I McKeown, Ferris for (Burk; Fentem Premier for Mallory.  CAPT. SMITH STARTS ON  WESTERN FLIGHT TODAY  Snakes, which inhabit the Indian ocean lay no eggs but bring forth the young alive.  tSSSo  WEATHER FORECAST  Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday. Sunday warmer.  SBjr th* Associated Proas    IS  I CHICAGO, Oct. 18.—Capt. Lowell |H. Smith started on his western I flight on the trans-continental air I race at 7:16 this morning. HIb next stop was Rock Island, 111.  By th* Associated Presa  COPENHAGEN, Oct. 18,  Ulmann of Latvia telegraphed today from Riga announcing that Lettish' GENERAL UDENTPCH CAPTURES forces on Thursday afternoon re-; TWO IMPORTANT POSITIONS  captured Dun&munbe, the port at    -  the mouth of the Dana river, north- By th* Associated Presa  west of Riga from the German-Rus-' LONDON, Oct.    18.—General  alan forces.    Udenitch has captured Krasnoye Selo  --i    and Gatchina south of Petrograd. At  WOLL END STRIKES BY    I    the latter city he met working men  PENALIZING STRIKERS from Petrograd who asked that his By th* Aaaociated Pma    ;    army refrain from shelling the form-  WASHINGTON, Oct 18.—Provis- er capital and promUing to join his ions to end railroad strikes by pen- forces, according to a Helsingfors slicing employees who go on strike dispatch received here.  or others who agitate strikes were    -----  written Into the pending railroad There are about 300 species of bill today by the senate Inter-state pigeons, only two being found in  commerce committee.  Hie United States.   

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