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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             If You Haven't Seen Charlie Chaplin His Best Picture, by All Means Do So Today-American Theatre Today Only tilTHIS DISTRICT 16 RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 192 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY srsxs BJSST Ov ntuutt tu thp conference was bankrupt and operating tUft (dpDointment of a "com- a Dar that formerly figured In many mSol unrest" to take up the I newspapel. stories as a "notorious re- work of the conference. sort." In addition to soft drinKs Mr Rockafellers' position was that! wlth which It Is hoped to retain ai rvnnici- a part Of the former patron- _MV. tVOCKlUVllol3 the public delegates having partici- pated in the full conference, woula be handicapped by an un- favorable public opinion aud thftt eas age of the place. Mr. Kllby Is pro- viding club features to make It In fact the "poor man's avorable pumic opinion {att "poor uuuit, viu" an entirely new body should be writlnp tabies and free stationery created. a. billiard table, books, magazines Officials of the American tables. atlon of Labor have been -approach- A wllh 300 DfeQS to be let ed as to their attitude toward the {rQm lp cents to 25 cents each proposal that the public group KO lg operated in connec- with the conference -with the club room. In the and they were understood to have basement baths, wash bowls promised co-operation. I f0r the patrons to do The committee on the future laundrv work are instill- course. of the public group was Jn connection report at a meeting of the sroupiea laclUUes. Cold called for o'clock this expected to augment greatly the institution's patronage. Ano'ther former saloon has been 1 converted into a club house for chil-, dren The children call it the "Red.; White and Blue Club" and at times] more than one hundred children are reading and playing where tho forrn- pr patrons of the saloon played cards 1 and discussed their steins. The "Red, White and Blues' were 1 first organized as a part of the work lot the'woman's committee. Council i of National Defense, and since then 1 has-been financed through the ef- forts of several women who have noon. ON Conflicting Thoughts WAS CONVICTED LN CONGRESSMEN WHO ARE AN- TAGONISTIC TO PRESIDENT HAVE NEW PLANS OP TORMENTING HIM. By News' SvtcM Service WASHINGTON, D. C.p Oct. 24. The president baiters In congress By tho Auoclattd Oct 24. The problem have evolved a new method of tor- menting the chief executive. The lat- est plan, it in charged, to upset a long established precedent and sub- ject the president to a renewed bait ing by those senators vrho have de- veloped a chronic case of anti-Wil- son itis In their attempt to defeat the peace treaty and the league of na- CHARGE OP IMPARTING IN- TELLIGENCE TO THE ENEMY. By the Anoctacd Prtti f PARIS, Oct. Lenoir, convicted on a charge of imparting intelligence to the enemy, exe- cuted at Sante prison at 1 o clock morning. Lenoir was the -third person to I Ctt-l-J It is possible that republi- can may be able to block this latest exhibition of little poll- tics but the democrats declare their intention of making it plain to the nation at large what they Inter- ret the action to mean. Representative John Jacob Hogen be executed on charges arising out of attempts made by the Germane to conduct campaign in 1915 and 1916. The others who met death as a result of revelations made against them were Bolo Parfia, executed April 17, 1918, and M. Duval -who faced the firing spark July 17, 1918. Both were of the newspaper "Bonnet Rouge. Lenoir, who a young man had led a disolute life, came Into pub- lic notice early in 1918..when the arrest of Senator Humbert, owner telephone and wireless telegraph, which he had recelvea Former Ada Girl Develops Into a Real Oil Magnet ARRIVAL OF NEW GIRL HOMR OF Dli. GORDON BRINGS HALF DAY WALK OCT. Mis became Mrs: moved away from of this cily .Maud Smith, Ada with Navy Recruiting Party to Be Here At an Early Date 5A- ci i HIUVUU M t series of charity entertain- husbami Who was then locaieu .11, Dr. J. M. Gordon, president of the ov ments for the benefit of the orga- nization. Some of the functions of the day nursery are exercised by the club which keeps the children of em- Mr Bledsoe dux) a years ago -and Mrs. Bledsoe since remained a. widow. STIUKKOF HALF uos MINERS. importance of which is obvious. This was referred to the commit- tee on foreign affairs and apparently there were no obstacles to its prompt, approval by committee and house. 1 Then the small politics began to' appear, Representative Walter H. Newton of Minnesota, republican, of-1 fered an amendment so that when the president should appoint the i ______ united States commissioners to the, conference it would be "by and with T Tipton. chief boatsman'e: ,he advice and consent of the sen- mate of the battleship Oklahoma, I The democratic members of arrived In Ada yesterday as ad-ithe commlttee immediately smelled vance man for a recrulttog party a mouse, cited cases of similar con- 1 which is expected to arrive on or .about the 29th Inst. The navy recruiting party win con- ferences as precedents, and even went further to show that in few instances had any president even: STATE AXTINE--------------- ABOVK THE QUARAN- TINE LINE. The navy recruiting party win instances had any PICOIUCUL I sist of about a half dozen officers submitted the names of peace com- i ,___ ..nm i !n hPTP f tn CPTlfl.t ft. SUCH 3-C- since remained a widow. j land "they will remain here format to the senate, such ac- The Shrevepoi-t, La., Ol ne final1. 22ml. curries aa 1, mad, direct to Pontotoc county has been placed ove the duarantine line, accord- it aiJjiuu.i, norlh LOUisi-iof haif a million com mims-a v Bledsoe went to lho north j alter [nc miners ona oil field on for he. o. wlth ng the President of the State Boara I U llO t IlcV IT iiA ic nilgai wit w WASHINGTON. Oct. mini'. t days according to Mr. tjon not being required by the con- _____ direct to President: Thev WJH have headquarters 6titution. The democrats were out- received from. this city.. "mothers during of this most remar i PP a T P on baltle to lng to a letter under arrest. The two of the little are half a m.llion coal tor on the the floor. who are tagging him today and dog- orphans. furn C sins his every footstep are friends Although the place lacks turn and fellows, 'self constituted per- j isninps it has proven very sonal advisers, who are keeping with thc- children of the neighbor- watch on him for a few hours to hood and the women managing u see that he doesn't walk into an plan to raise for hea. and open well, run through a plate maintenance through the winter elass front or otherwise do himself months, untoward injury. Other Chicago saloons have beBwen to too, that the strike: cream and soft drink par-1 ting o- took Place at the Normal to- chocolate v" 1, after the miners andj Oklahoma. Men enlisted j amendment was put in by Qf Agricuiture and addressed to the mm on d Wlisii.peraiorf meeting jointly with Sec- jd Mr Tipton will be sent the Republican majority solely for county commissioners. firm at Oklahoma of Labor Wilson had turned thig shlp tor training and lne purpose of taking a slap at the received Presi- not ions in setting 'he ol ,wo propositions to Ti T j. Religher will; commented Henry D. In the letter just, rec on her own hook, hhe bopai, dt-i i B agreement. i be in charge of the party. Fiood of Virginia, ranking demo- dent Whitehurst thanks the commis in acreage proiri. e of JDreoklnp M Hilgue, who will' on the foreign affairs commit-. for tnelr hearty co-operation prospecting, and so up. the two groups, heeding the the party, Is a graduate of. toe_ ..There is nothing in the con- wuh gtate autnorities and for the Secretary Wilson, agreed lo ie- .Navai Military Academy at An- 6lltutjon or tne laws of the United interest in the campaign nit. u'o _ j l-111' ueeu iu lssue Of mo secretary day at near noon when the entire but the majority student body walked out for a half "saloons" with the a slory ot from the Prt-sident. t S in the con- wuh gtate autn0rities and for Military Academy at An- 6lltutjon or the laws of the United in camnaiKn v, nacons and is a friend of T. O. gtates tnat requires or even their deep interest m essage which he napo is ana provision in a bill authoriz- to free the country from to be able to _. nuts itiiu cordon tuted a great variety of non-alchol The whole confusion is due to the ic drinks for the liquors formerly _ ._ ____j n nn vf> inStailCu Dr. Gordon. 1" K Alliltd -1 fix- a deal which f summaied and on which handsome commission of ,ho con-- Coming out LiUll'IlS Jl-i 11 CO at the academy and who will gradu- ing tne president to call an interna- ate fro rathe same June 5, next year. collference that the American O.ICLIV" Mrill KAT (Via siuat-m saloons" with the nx a "wnVch BhS Uivw -f ,d day vacation cannot be charged to U11.es and employes, haUng substi h.inrisnnli( commission of several Mine wonuis 01 A_ thousand dollars. lousand oouars. ni h; The whole contusion is uui- ic armiss iui It has also just been learned, neie fact that the Stork visited the home Not a few have installed Salurday she sold the huir ;vhat of Dr and Mrs. Gordon last night soda fountain equipment, Frosl Q11 Co_ iu lht. Homer l-ield, to. and left a charming baby girl, thc sillrlair Co., of Houston, Texas, j first in the family. In the Gordon CONSIOKR THE I TniSi Io0, was 1L transaction involv- home are four big, stout, strapping KVAOUATION OK RUSSIA h a miuion and a half on Mrs. lileusm- muck- commission of forty thousaiu. dol- The action of the board in placing ate fro rathe same June o, ,j0nal conference mai LUC th county above the line ends a 1 !he UnlteS While in the city Ensign Hague wHl delegates must oe confirmed by he that nas now ,asted five A said" be entertained at the home of T. O.; te_ The contrary has been the v perhaps no work ever under- o Id oe practice of congress, and certainly this county nas met with "The out look ,a lew, hopofu 1 tnan ,g tQ ,be a man attempt was ever made un- opposition than the cam- Wl. to rable ulent and wm lee-der Messrs. Hitt, Cousins for tick eradication. The ele- m sav butiture at the Normal, at the pic- 01. Foster- who were republican opposed to cattle dipping fail- or re'aching' lure theaters and other public chairmen of the house foreign at- understand the pronounced Ol icuui.iiir, tuit. tn I _. .ii__ ,UUe cure recruits. bovs but the advent of a girl in this already happy home is a treat By ,hp that is almost too much, even for LONDON. Oct. 24. The Bolshe that is almost too mucn, vvt-ii iui LONUUiN. uci. ;arSi a man of demure manner and fine. vlkl are considering the evacuation, Tho Shveveport paper qnou-s he ssrwfli such as are Of course the news spread wireleBS dispatch received toaa> throughout the school at an early i hi3 headquarters. '__j trld TkiCtOT 6 rpvsn i-ciTXrtrt nlRTl C2 T trougou hour and without the Doctor's Tne reported plan calls for the re- ot the Bolshevi cabinet to or consent, but s inine activity as any other business nr ni-ot'ession She explains.: Ul V1 v> WILL BE HERE SUNDAY cure McKinley. Roosevelt and Taft eratlon enforced dipping as a use- Neither was any such provision put trouble and expense. Their op- INDUSTRIAL CONFERKNCE in any such bill during the admin- iti0n took the form in a few in- FACING DISSOLUTION istratlon of President Wilson. stances of pronounced lawlessness, i "Even In the appointment of the dipping operations sev- iBy tho AiwocUtcd I commissioners to negotiate peace yats were and two Oct. the vast majority of in- barns wgre The matter was mediate dissolution of the puoiici stances wm snow that it was done dg an lssue ln polHical contests I group, the only remaining part of reference to the senate. d ,ate a year aso there were is largely a matter of -Ihe per-1 sonal If a woman has th preart. 1 group, the only remamini; reference to the senate. as a yea'r ago there were nr A L Odell of Tulsa will! the Industrial Conference, is have been cases when the Ur, A- u ._.'.._ in o .rffnnrt of the committee ___.. ,-vort fnr ponflrmation. "on Md 'after the abandon-! o'f an army mule, an 6th: rest of the faculty, the'. MotSow and the withdraw- glanced mind a equal nn _____ oii fi-nnts to take ihe demands toi gieai onuuia.. io'f the resi 01 LUC mem students decided tha.t here was an a, of (roops on all fronts, to to ___ take! Reports similar to the foregoing i dispatch reached Copenhagen Oct. 14 Seriouslv though, Dr. and Mrs.' fronl Helsingors. One dispatch ._ i-_ njld i-f fllln 120 miles the demands for If she is Immune to can keep sentiment out of as Tulsa will! the Industrial Conference, is have been cases when the candidates jn the field op-posl erlan church! posed In a report of the committee. jdent asked {or confirmation, ntlnuaUon ot dipping. But evening He! Of five which will be made to the (n 400 such cases the names work went on in spite of pulpit several) group this afternoon. Should the of the United s.tatea representatives and .g now completed. ind won for himself an recommendation be passed at not sent to tne Senate. There u .g that the work of ninnf AHn folkLnnfffrenc.e. it would mean the con- instances in Che early fhp county morning fc fciv nna won lor niuiauiL f repuintion among Ada folk conference, it would mean the con- of rare anility. It Is ference is at an end. 'Gordon are to be that if VUU IV.CG1' i.--------------- she is as apt- to succeed in the oil business as she is in any other ac- i tivity." Mrs. Bledsoe is a sister of Mrs. weather "The miners and operators "i sale prcuiuuun HIU.L 11 is good next Sunday those who get; cupy the same position .i_ rthii i _ i i. t CJanT-cif a TV vJ ilson In the nutiy inuby ,wnu cupv LUC f---------- Presbyterian, church inlght." Secretary Wilson said, ItlS Lilt LLLgLlb. .----u ill have to be on hand -at an early nmde a suggestion as to were some instances in Che early cleanlng up the county has cost the days of the republic when names county approximately The sent to the senate for conflr- sura spent in any one year maticn. but there were many nam- durjnp. the fiscal year ending ed during the same period without, j. 1919> wnen the appropriation _____' inot Tnn vears there _'._j nAft Prtr Dres- T1OWT a new Gordon are to oe mai .1 the News staff, joins a host of other Moscow. were taken the friends in best wishes for the health j would abandon their present cap- and well being of the-new arrival I ital ad retire to Turkestan. a, the Gordon home._____ FLEEING uy thc Anwcijitcd Prona LONDON Oct. communi- cation issued by Russian army received here today .claims .that the army is advancing victoriously In the direction of Psov and that the enemy Is fleeing .utioi 10 was the su.m total of fine and_ costs patch w lno lg in I J. J.I V UrlJi has many old time friends here who will be please'd -to loarn of her i jr unprecedented success in tlie flnan- pnase of settlement but R was re- jected. The operators rejected the PEACE COSTS TEH LLHUnSI. PASSES 12 CHJUUEN AT 29- lectea. proposal and the. miners, while not t pleased with it. said they were will-; ing to accept it." ed curing tne same ycnvu jujy j isiy, wnen me reference! In the last 100 years there amoun'ted to For the pres- have been few cases when the fiscal year oniy was ap- ate was asked to confirm. propriated "So it seems to the democrats of _ assessed by his honor the mayor Kronstad't, Ino is in Kronstadt and understood to oe occupied by Ftn- N. B. Haney passed away yes- terday evening at in the city of Shawnee after an extended Ill- ness; He had been paralyzed for about seven years. Funeral services will be held next Sunday or Mon- day, depending on the time re- William Bauhaus, who lives two miles norfh of town, tin- nounces the arrival of a 1.2- pound hoy at his home last Sunday, with everybody doing fine. The unusual feature of this s'ory is that there are twelve children in this family and Mr. Bauhaus is only 29 years old. Dr Holla G. Sears, professor of history in the "East Central State i Normal, will occupy the pulpit at the First Christian Church Sun- day morning at 11 o'clock. The subject of the lecture will be, the AMorintod PI-MR "The Influence of Foreign Immi- NEW YORK. Oct. than I gration on the or Am- _ _ _ fV.n _..t__AW..4 Wnvt "So it seems ,_ the committee that there is no re- quirement for such an amendment. The precedents are overwhelmingly against it, and the only purpose of its insertion was political." More Gifts to Napier. The following stores contributed to the table of the domestic depart- ment of the colored school: Davidson, P. E., City Cash Store Standfleld and Abney Grif- fith. Meal, baking powder, -coffee, STAND OP JUDGE GARY UNANIMOUSLY KNDO11SED By the AMoc-lnted Prcan to serve mid-day; meals today. Other merchants will for -gifts. spending on tne ume re- iNiiw for Mrs. Hanoy to .arrive 1.500 members of the American cioul TnctlmtB at a meet- ijeniuc, i.v Kia has been captured by antl-Bol- I. j-wlrj, 2 from California. Mr. Haney was formerly a leading business man ot Ada and nas many acquaintances here. was re- Meru In the! ported toany m from Lis- messagei bon that hadI granted the ported capture of Lenlne. of the tho WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Satur- day. Probably rain and colder to- night in the west portion. Let a Want Ad eat It for you. Iron and Steel Institute, at a meet- Ing here today, unanimously adopted a resolution endorsing the stand erica and the Next War." Dr. Sears is considered one of the best historians in the middle west, is a devoted student of politi- a resolution endorsing me ami.u weat, is a devotee siuueni. vi taken by JudKe Albert H. Gary, I cal eccmomy and history in the mak- chalrman of the board of directors. j and lt goes without saying thai of the United States Steel Corpora-, lecture Sunday morning will lion at the National Con-i be treat ,tnat none ghould mlse. a______ ._ Thfi resolu-l UOH UL lila ference in Washington. The resolu- tion was carried after speech by Judge Gary and its adoption was marked by an ovation to the speak- yju.uj er which lasted several minutes, 'available in quantity. Resumption of trade with Ger again make Bismuth Will Chance and Lola Chance, husband and wife, appeared before his honor, the county judge, in open nis iiuuui. court yesterday, and entered their plea of guilty to a charge of unlaw- ssession. The offense lor hey were arraigned consisted. auiw VKIQ that they had stor- I. B. McOUTCHEON. Vthelr Immediate vicinity about forty of the popular brew familiarly known as choc Sen- Notice Federation of Labor. oce A special meeting will be called A special meeung wm uo tence wni oe tonight for the of the from jjarktown next Monday. Federation of Labor. Business of1 m... "han abo Importance, all members urged to be G. Wltcher. Pres. To Retwued Soldiers. Conversion blanks, blanks for Instatement of- government lite In- Drew tence will be passed on this couple Dm Barktown next Monday. The county court has about dis- posed of the criminal docket and ia now devoted to the civil cases set for hearing. __________ Don't let that room stay vacant a News Want Ad -vlll rent it. government m-c m-i rurance, etc., may be had from f Lieut. Scheinberg at the Model store. 1 Let a Want Ad get   

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