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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 A Fort Bathtub a Pat Trap, a Phonograph, a Cabbage Shredder, are All in Charlie’s list When Be Goes to Battle in -Shoulder Arms".  Qfyt gfoa Cbemng; Jletas  VOLUME XVL NUMBER 190  ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919  Charges of Grocers]  v Jg&^™»38g!i\£* 5* *£>« per cent more wages.  Against Packers to Develop Sensation  forwhich they threaten to STW1& coalpriceswill  CHICAGO, Oct. 22.-  A difficult  RETURNED SOLDIERS HOU)  leiraI  b*ttl* was expected to follow | ST A TK MEETING IN OKl*A- I  th °    here    today    of a hear-!  HOMA CITY AXD PER-     ia > before the chairman of the In-  FRCT OlUaAXIZATIOX.    ternate Commerce    Commission in-1   -solving charges by    the National  _    * ,    Wholesale Grocers    Association of  the United States,    alleging dis-1  OKLAHOMA CIT). Oct. 22. Se- crimination in shipping facilities af-leering Oklahoma City as permanent forded the meat packers.  x The de-state headquarters, electing Horace fondants were 317 of the leading  H. Ha-an of Tulsa as state com-     Th . e    Parke ™     lnc i"^ n *I  mander. adopting resolutions    some *    Co.,    Armour & Co.,    \N ilson  of which speak in intensive terms Co., and Morris & Co. have filed relative to the war departments ‘“throning petitions in the rail-treatment of so-called “conscientious !" oa  behalf while the state of objectors.** and asking congressional     and    the Iowa - Nebraska,  investigation of cases of former  0k]ah oma, Kansas. Texas and Mis-service men now confined for rn iii- ®° urt  Wholesale Grocers Associa-tary offenses. 350 members of the  ti(>ns  have alligned themselves with Oklahoma American Legion held  lbe  National Grocers Association. their first state convention yester-  Tlie  wholesale grocers’ complaint day All state officers were selected.  is  based on the allegation that the Thirty delegates with ten alternates Packers have entered extensively S and as many more as wish to go to  into  *he wholesale grocery business the national convention in Minneapo-  an<1 are  permitted to ship staple lls, Not. ll, were selected.    non-perishable    grocer products I  Charles On* of Ada was elected  in  the refrigerator cars with their vice state commader. Gene Atkins  fr ©»h meat. Such cars are so ex-of Muskogee, state adjutant; A. L. pedited, the grocers charge, that Escalante of Oklahoma City, state discrimination is worked against j finance officer; Josh Lee of Nor- them because they have not that man historian, and Lee Gilstrap of privilege. The packers are virtu-1 C handler, sergeant at arms. The ally giving service on a passenger I state adjutant was    authorized to schedule, the grocers allege.  appoint an assistant    state    adjutant      I  who shall be in direct charge of the state headquarters and recommendations from the finance committee that a secretary  to     the    executive  committee, with a salary of not 1  more than $ 1,800 a    year,    be provided    for was adopted.  The    resolution which brought    our  such forceful expressions of the at-    -  titude of the men referred to a reso- »  Jillion adopted by the legion at    the -    Ligon    has    received    uotice  St. Louis convention. It called attec- *T° m    Geer ®     of     Tishomingo,  tion of congress to the fact thai  (li!<tIi ct supervisor of the Federal  BRUCE LICO! MADE  RETURNS  THREE CENTS THE COPY  Grant Irwin Bugs Building For His Big Buick Garage  Grant Irwin, popular garage man and Buick agent, located at 12til and Townsend, has just recently purchased the concrete building of Fred Brydia, located on 12 th and directly back of Mr, Irwin’s main garage building.  The building on 12th, just purchased, will be converted into a repair and machine shop for the garage, and as a consequence Mr. Irwin will have more space for offices, stock rooms, etc., in the main building.  Mr. Irwin has still more ideas of development in mind to accomodate his ever increasing business, but he would not confide them to the News reporter at this time, saying that it would be better news if we would wait until it actually transpired.  Grant Irwin is probably one of the best known garage men In this part of the state, and if he were doing the talking himself he would no doubt tell you that the Buick car is without a peer in the whole wide world.  At any rate the News is glad to note the expansion of the business for the very good reason that it indicates that Ada is rapidly growing better as a business city.  I  PRESIDENT SAYS PUBLIC EXPECTS INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE TO BRING CAPITAL AND LABOR TOGETHER  to.1 miners M I acetins; their president, john L. Lewis, end s glimpse at some of their homes.  WASHINGTON. Oct. 22—<Spe- evitable result would be a big boost  i uu gross lo tne fa im That    *     U I V1  *vi Hie reuerai    \    ciwhi.u    ti* „ i    ^     v     in  pnany so-called conscientious ob-  rt * n8US *  lhaI  has been appointed  m j n ’ er « * 0 .  the  country who* h^v  111   T l  price of coal  jeerers who had been tried b\ courts  supervi8 °r of census for Pontotoc,  vn , , \     A     I!    •     ho .     ha '*‘     rh e main item iii the  martial and convicted had L °bounty. He will have charge of ITL\°     j . s    !abor  « the miner.  per cent increase in the price of coal.  THE COTTON CROP  That the continued wet weather is doing serious damage to the cotton crop is the statement made by  tcted had been fully resolution adopted  pardoned. The  today says:  The war department permitted certain notorious and openly anarchistic conscientious objectors who  had been tried and convicted for  tbes *  there     be a number thru-  t reach cry by a court of competent ° Ut Ihe county -  Therp win   charg  taking the census in this countv and r »'«” v. -    ?  will need the assistance of quit. a .    f,     e .     ,s    ,0     ? el 11  six-hour th  number of en* mTrlwri     day ’  a  . n 7** v  ' VF< ‘ k and   In Ada alone four enumerators  P  ° ent  "' rr< ‘ ase  will be needed, aud in addition to  price of coal consumer win'tTnd'oui not only” oil i  l0Cal C0, * t0n me “  and farmers com -  last day of this month, be success- demand* th*iii “ l,,s secure  their* but most ether things boosted in  D l ^ T     n    lMloe as a  consequence. The reason  p ompon of coal will be doub- for this is, of course, that fuel  tor in the cost of rticle.  ,    .    ,    7    **......  '"‘f    win    ue uoud- tor tim    of    *  ■ week and a sixty Ie what it is today. This in all like- prices are i f .ctc selnwages, the in- lihood wit mean a. leas, a thirty Almost every artb  By the Associated Press  WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.—In a last effort to prevent the dissolution of the National Industrial Conference, Chairman Lane today read to the delegates the letter dictated by President Wilson yesterday from his sick bed and urging the imperative necessity for some action by the conference to Insure industrial peace during the reconstruction period.  The President said the public expected the conference to stay together until the way was found to the establishment of a surer co-operation between all the alaments engaged in industry or until it was revealed that the ’’men who work and th© men who manage American industry are so set upon divergent paths that all efforts at co-operation are doomed to failure.”  “If the nation's industrial leaders and workers are to be without faith in each other, constantly struggling for advantage over each other and doing nothing but what they ar© compelled”, the President said, “the situation thus created would, be a national disaster.”  Declaring that his mind turned away from such a possibility the President said the conference should stand together for the development of a full program by which a measurable co-operation might be secured and not break because full agreement could not be had on each proposition or method suggested.  It is my understanding”, the  There will be an  DIER AT SARAIVA AFTER ARMY TRUCKS  LOCAL BOTS VIX  LSIOX  The Ada delegates to the state  jurisdiction to be pardoned, restored    of    prospective enumer-  to duty and honorablv discharged ! atu!s     week    held by the Ada  with all back pay. This indefensible  poMofflce *  an d all those who desire conduct on the part of the war de-  l ° * e £ ure a ”  a PP° !at nient to aerial partment brought shame and di« I  takin K 'he census should make  credit to men who fought to profit I    wfMi”    f”®"** 1     -_  the government. We demand eon-!    ^ 9 th   gress to speedily and thoroughly  ai l !    r ^numerative, and those SASAKWA. Okla., Oct. 22.—tSpe-’ County Commissioners W H.  investigate    the trial, conviction    and °t  ttn k PP oi Btment    should    elal. I-    Governor    Jno. F.    Brown died    Brumley    and    J. I.    Laughlin    left  release of    these conscientious    ob-     at .     on ^     a &d    prepare     at    b ‘ 8     home    tw r o miles    west of s    this    morning    for Oklahoma    City!  conven ^ion of the American Legion  jeciors and direct the war depart- ° r  *     e * aminati °n AU appointees 1  »^asakwa yesterday evening at 6 on a mission of official business, returned home today and are hiehlv  nient to recall honorable 3ischarg<-fc "l U f5  Q “ a y  under the regulation.- ° o ock * He had been very iii since They will bring back to Ada a pair elated over the successful meeting  purdah^euch’conMletltUHM     b }*    «™*-    -ccnHy    asJ    and a, the numerous honors won  who are American eitirens or speed- 1  mill lim TA .Iv deport    from .his country    said    LMLI    AH||    T||  conscientious objectors who    are    LnDLnilU    IU  aliens. That the officials of the war*    _    _    _  department responsible for the ten- llllftirfl mil lllAmirnn ^ * ,onu r *  Br , 0Wn  was born at Ft road building operations of the     vlc f  der treatment accorded the«e con-! nllHrV Hill UmRKf'Rt  tllbsor J- Okla., October 23. 1842, and 1  county and will probably be em- the nonition ^  S or E a uization, sctentious objectors be summarily nUBlLU lUn WUnnLlIU [T„r,.    on    his    seventieth    ployed for a lime i„ hauling the' a „d one ha. rn,.’/'a.     lm Pprtance  discharged from ihe service be    birthday. Early ti life lie came lo gravel t„  c „ V er the highway from 1 " -     P h m ln line for   ing into Ada. Not only is the sta _ __  ___  >iMuutUf ,  pie of open cotton being materially j president said “that you have didamaged but cotton in the lowlands vided upon one portion only of a has begun to rot. A leading cotton possible large program which has man of the city estimates that the not fully been developed. It was total sum received for the cotton j in my mind when this conferenae crop of Pontotoc County will be was called that you would concerti  * r  John F. Brown was born at Ft. road" bni“am„ " i!L™« “. 8 f d  J.” ll!!  Chas :  L - ° rr was  Reeled Vice Com-  service, be those officials high or low/*  General Roy Hoffman, present at By th* Associated Pr**»  the meeting, believed the language LONDON, Oct. :  of the resolution should be toneu ’he watchword of the session of par- g  ament which opens toda w*tyed it to torts are to be made by members sociated in this company with his  he will be buried on his seventieth | ployed for a time" i/r hauling the' th< *  poai,i ? n of 8e ^ond importance  aver the highway from ig. The introduction of  ug trucks into ‘county road  -----*’    ** v  "uaui  the remainder of a busy and sue- building means a great deal to the  uiember     committee    on*    Ii*    J    to    hold    a    sale    Saturday    of    44    head  the Seminole nation in what is now Ada to Byng. The introduction of Seminole county and there spent! these big trucks  ir,, ~ .....-     *    'ention.    He    wi  cut at least thirty per cent by the unfavorable weather.  The late cotton has not yet opened and the bolls are now beginning to rot. It is now eighteen days since the rain began and there has been very little sunshine during that period. The outlook for,fair weather is not at all encouraging and the producers and buyers view the outlook with apprehension.  FINE MARES ARRIVE AXD AREATTHEGREKKBARN  yourselves with the discovery of methods of cooperation. The public expects not less than that you shall have one end in view and stay together until the way is found leading to that end. I renew my appeal with full apprehension of the incomparable importance of your task and with full faith in the high patriotism and good faith of each other that you push your task to a happy conclusion.”  Immediately after the letter was read, the conference recessed and th labor group went into private session to determine its future course. The members plainly were impatient and some of the public and capital delegates seemed doubtful whether the labor representatives would remain in the confer-  As announced in yesterday’s News.i  en o©* King Bros, of Elkhart, Kans., prom-!  Post Commander of the next con-  as also named as a. inent stock breeders, are preparing GERMAN ARTILLERY FIRES  „     2     ,    ..    -    --    -    —. ....    p,    uutti    IO    uipi     5     committee on* fi-!to hold a sale Saturday of 44 head    ON    BRITISH MEN OF WAR  Binomy is cessful life. He assisted in the or- county, and the commissioners are  nance *  A -  R - Chandler was elected of Percheron mares, fillies and  down a bit in its nhram to UM>|lUm<*t wUeb ;„M    g" MMwt     ' v >' w    k »    Trading    'naturally    highly    .-lat.d    over    their!!*/ , . th ®    delegates    to    attend    the    |    seeings  war department, and warned it to forts are    tZ    7,1/    Company    a    tWawoha    and    was    as-    success    in    securing    the    trucks.    .....  go back to the resolutions committee of the house of commons to "throw broUicr jackson Blown and r I for such revision. Immediately calls into th** discard the milltafv nm t An      an<1     C    L  for recognition frotn members of gram outlin^ in I he    bnd^  K  *     < ' < ' n ' Ury '     He    aIs0   Masonk, Notice,  vir..«u.y. ne also  Ad  ,    ,     %T     .    -    mc    uuiiuiiniee    mat nad much of th<  °«*“‘!! d  0 !. b ! 1 ®. rown 7 rading  P°“- M.. will meet at 8 oVlock Vhis evet ™° 8t important work  of the conven  national convention at Minneapolis.  Th « stock arrived last night as Gilbert Reed was appointed a mem-' per scbed ule and were unloaded at ber of the committee on resolutions.' the Gre ^8  bar n this morning. A the committee that had much of the  News  reporter visited the barn about  noon today and was amazed at the quality of these horses. In fact, any  ism talks followed. Instead of a1- proposal to coom run.  a . J »  pany at  * Sa ^'»kwa and retained his  in f     '    ”    ■■ '' ’VV!'Hon.    quality    of    these    horses.    In    fact,    any  laying the feelings of the delegates, sands of homes for working men° U  death St ?  *° n m UnU1 ,ht ‘  ,ilne  ° f his  A good attendance is requested*^— “ Th e key note of the entire con-  n  fo y  year f. accustomed to the discussion seemed t Q  jntcnsifv their    Governmental. mBB.ry 8 ."d ri- For many years prior to state    ■•Q«~»«l.— ( ve.rtlon was Amerioanism." Mild. IT SSL tt'*! 1 "  detenu in*,i or ,.  and  coming to the nancial commitments, the national hood” he was gove'rnoV^ t'h°e ’erat L n j" '2 ...\ b l  C . 0 .“:“ t,0 “     on    p .°" c ?- r .™^ RUM!., mill..ry , nee Nation and spent considerable  the resolution with a shout.  < ash Bonus In 0|i|mmw«I.  Irish i °L" f . Ir !!f" <i  */, h a -/ la ? . ,or l , !“ f  a7 Waajiing’on”'looking*^a*ter  h hnmo     .    ,    .       "    —......WH I'tuiviui; til lei  The resolutions further opposed I party's demand tor TS? nlnon^    f”  /® nuB . pavment of  ! h “  ,ion  »'    »»d    railways    will    he    Brown    was    th"    ablest    man    the    Semh  that it was t  commg from the army observing    the important    matted to come    be-*    nol e     tribe ever produced He    wa bb i  h*- purpose of the legion    fore parliament at this session.    It    licensed minister    in    the indian flan  w ^-ethmg to the government is expected that members of the list Church and exercised * Ttul iVt' I frnn er it  n    U * *° rm<hin * «way j house will closely question the gov-I    f.ii    influence    for progress    ami taw  nut 1*114    “rnmoot as to its policies especially ! enforcement.    i  fine resolution suggested that a regarding expenditures and Mr Tho    ^  course lr citizenship sHould consti-    Lloyd George    may reply to these 1     will    be attended    J° W ?,  ’Ute a part of the curriculum it, Guest Ions in a few days    I no i tribe a. wen « k I Seml-  the schools and that schools be    --------- lot rllek.' "I" 11 .,"  b r hundreds!  open to aliens for night courses or \F<;iu>FS ts stricd unrisen.     a  other citizens of  lo others who    may wish to Uke KI NGS Hlo[s ,N  < H ,0 ^\^    surrounding    counties.  advantage of them. It was recoin    ''  OH, °  TmVN  |    -—  mended that the state and national! I, th.    Tm*  goternmenta should take more dr aa-    YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio Oct -2   tic measures in protecting the public Disorders due to the employment of  lrft2!Ti!!' 22?!'"' those negroes as strike breakers which profiteering h, the necessities of life broke out in several parts of he  agfu,orrtebran^\s an „ d „, l!1  H ' ,nlike ! Ci,y la,e ,a8 '     ni * h ' continued    to  a irs be b aneled as outlaws and day. A number of white strikers  foal™    Punished as crim-! were cut, one seriously. thTee o.heu  FILED AGAINST TWO  MICKIE SAYS  p 'loo    'K7 Via lookwi ■  [BUT NNUKT UDA (HJT  I UA HO OSTA UME UiM Vkt  % 0 I  pww -TiCKueo *f %  pqLcts 1’* Qra pt OLD HOMME *XOVMH 9Pk9ER ■  IRIOVaR.'h S^OOHT HKVTfk I  'TILL CUillS'IWA ItM Wk    OW  ir  Sam Schienberg, who was one of °L  horse » f° und  »n this country, the delegates from this city. “Amer-1L ° P # ei i !   hi8 . eyes whe n he sees this icanisni was emphasized in the    res- k° °i    llf  < ! rse  ® tock -    boned,  unions adopted and in all    th® I  g  shouldered,    adapted    to hard  speeches. The legion is a “nit    for!  W / rk    heavy     ! oads  '?     ,he Per '  loyalty and law and order.”    ,cheron    horse, and    it will be a happy  By the Associated Press  j COPENHAGEN. Oct. 22.—German artillery at Riga fired on British war ships at the mouth of the harbor on Sunday, according to a report from the Lettish General Staff and on Monday the British ships returned the fire, shelling the German positions near the city. Riga is being bombarded by heavy German artillery and gas shells are being used. Great damage has been done in the city and many civilians have been killed or wounded.  “a frnf.,™    v.    .    i  da y f° r  lh© farmers of Oklahoma  evening was    aLj-h hv*« qUet #    i when ,hey aupply  themselves with  nine snrvK-n/    * of the I foundation stock of this kind and  ' * p.,    ®, Jl / am ! US P [ in -  brll, B the work stock of this state  a ll #K i v    *     When    U P to the standards set bv Iowa,  It 2 !!l a  ? ped to 8ee  Cana-f KtJisas, Illinois and other progress-da and the Lnited States both un- ive stock breeding states.  DOCK WORKERS FAIL  GO TO WORK TODAY  By the Associated Press  NEW YORK, Oct. 22—Not a longshoreman went to work on the Chelsea peers in response to the  surs ,h :„dTtrlp‘4    1"h'b-aTeds'rr dock wm^fs  the cheering for blocks.  receiving minor bullet wounds and  Relative to courts-martial It was'a special policeman was recommended that adequate pre-! beaten. caution be Adopted fn any revision  badly  Sampson Foreman and Daisy Spencer were arrested by local officers and lodged in the city jail last night. They were apprehended  of the ^Present plan for the Proteic-! i*kBK!I>E\T*8 CONDITION    --    _____  urn* of the rlghtB of the defendant,    MORE FAVORABLE TODAY  ln Darktow n  and  a charge of conand we demand that the present  j  «y th^ AN«oci«tsd Pres*    ;    Bort ing filed against them. Their  method of administering the courts- WASHINGTON. Ort 22.—Presl-■ ca8e had naf  ***&  ca ’ ,e ‘l in police martial system    as an aid to dis-j dent's physicians today reported that     court thu mornin «*  «tcLT . k/ 7*    ^ *!J d ,hat  *“• Hr- Wilson    lasf night had one of    ------  tem of corrective" Justice ”* “ ’’‘“' rif  b *f‘     Rincp he     III.    KOMK SHAKKN BY BAD  g.    _    .    I    They issued the following bulletin*    EARTHOVTAitK'    Tvtmv  I. r^LE22S3    'The    President    last    night    had one    KAUTHgl    AKL    TODAk   d ^. '^v' congceM I pf the best    nights since his Illness    Br th. As-x-l.tsd !•.«,   niquil ; ies     * nto he U8<,K ol  all j began. His    temperature, pulse and    ROME Oct 22 Thi«    wq C   former w*rvice men now confined in I respiration rates enntinnA nnrJJi    k     L     I     y    was   military prisons for the purpose of i Hi*    iT J?    i    ’     sbaken by an  earthquake at 7;05  discovering and correcting' excessive]     01    1     aatisfactory. ’ o c.ock this morning. No reports as  and illegal sentences imposed bv tk-s Kia A b«.«v A 1V  wi     f °  dania ^© done have ais yet been  r^dS ur ^„e Th< chrn"gr , ! o n : ’    ^SU?***  (Continua on Page Eight.) | Let a Want Ad get it for you. f Lei A Want Ad Get TtTfor yon.  Jkfrf UKp fir /hatj what f«ey  It is reported that the bank at Centrahoma was robbed last v  night. The vault was entered and $1,500 worth of Liberty Bonds and an unknown sum of money Was taken. The telephone lilies about Centrahoma were cut, thereby rendering it difficult for the particulars of the robbery to be obtained.  that these mares be bought by the farmers    who desire    to    produce a  good quality of mules, and if there is any one thing that is'heeded worse than anything else in this part of    the    country    it    is a good  quality of mules for farm purposes.  This sale will be held Saturday afternon at 2 o’clock and all farmers interested in good horse stock ahold make it a point to be at the sale. It is an    Ruction sale    and therefore on    the    square,    as    you don’t  have to pay more for an animal than you think it is worth. What the News is interested in is in seeing this fine quality of stuff left in Pontotoc county.  RUSSIAN FORCES CAPTURE  FINLAND GULF'‘POSITION  AU. Mi  feast  WRATH*!* FOPRPAc?T  Partly cloudy tonight and Thnrk-dav, I. all tho hop. the weather man could hold out today.  FORMAL RATIFICATION OF  GERMAN TREATY OCTOBER 80  By lh© Associated Presa  PARIS, (Jct. 22.—Formal ratification of the German peace treaty probably will be accomplished Octo-  da?c 3 for an ,hoYrt!‘ HJST*. 'hat! capture was" cffTctcd "Monday' after  councH of the £gue nlZL''h® **“ VPr e fighting. The battle for Petro-  tStii* wthtaMh tow     !s     '“"‘‘"“Ins    with    a    heavy  take place within tan days.    j    engagement    about    six    and    one-half  miles south of the city.  By the Associated Presa  HELSINGFORS, Oct. 22. — The capture of Krasnaia Gorka on the Gulf of Finland nearly opposite Kronstadt by the northwestern Russian forces, was announced from that army’s headquarters today. The  were concentrated in the vicinity of the big steam ship peers at an early hour, the promises of yesterday to return to work in the Chelsea district, one of the most important ones on the New York front, brought no results. It was on the promises of the Chelsea longshoremen that officials based their predictions of a break in the ‘strike here.  TWO BOLSHEVIK TORPEDO  DESTROYERS ARE SUNK By the Associated Press  LONDON, Oct. 22.—Two Bolshevik torpedo destroyers were sunk in Koporia bay in the Gulf of Finland when they attempted to attack Estonian and British vessels on Tuesday, the admiralty announced todfcy. Six survivors from the Bolshevik vessels were picked up, but British and Esthonians sustained no casualties.  The Detroit river is a river in name only aud in fact is a strait.  • Let a Want Ad get it for you.  POLISE RESTRAINED FROM  preventing german opera  By the Associated Press  NEW YORK,, Oct. 22.—Supreme Court Justice Nathan Burr today granted a temporary injunction restraining the police and city an*borities from interfering with the production of German opera in the Lexington theatre here.   

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