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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 %. m -    '' ■ f '    -    ’    ^    ^    ..    ...    ^  If You Haven't Seen Charlie Chaplin in "Shoulder Arms", Hts Best Picture, bp All Means Do So Todag-American Theatre Today Only  rn mn ©mulla JtoJS  VOLUME XVL NUMBER 192  ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919  THREE CENTS THE COPY  SMS CeffERBKE MMM  JOHN D. jOCKAFMJ.KR, JU. AD-VMW THAT PRESIDENT WILBON BK INFORMER Of THIS PACT.  HOW TO CONVERT SALOONS IN-TO LBOrmCATE INSTITUTIONS IS UPPERMOST QUESTION.  By tk# AnNtaMi Pnu    By th* Anodtttd Pre**  WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.—John D.j CHICAGO, Oct. 24.—The P^lem RocktfelUr. Jr., chairman of th*, of ttaring the hund^ of Chtaa*o committee appointed to determine, saloons on the “dry bagie ie being the future course of the public rep- solved in various and unique ways. resea tames who now alone const!- The Rev. George Kilby, general tuts the National Industrial Confer- manager of the Chicago Christian voce, suggested today that a report industrial League is trying one he made to President Wilson that; way  by turning “saloonist" himself the conference was bankrupt and and operating as a soft drink saloon urging the appointment of a “com-  a  bar that formerly figured in many mission on unrest" to take up the newspaper stories as a “notorious rework of the conference.    sort.'* In addition to soft drinks  Mr. Rockafellers* position was that  W itb which it is hoped to retain at the public delegates having partied     a    D f    the    former    patron-  paled in the full conference, wa«W  of the  place. Mr. Kilby is pro-now be handicapped by an |* n " aiding club feature* to make it in favorable public opinion and that ^ tbs “poor man's club" with an entirely new body should be, writing tables and free stationery.   cre JM!?; . ..wa I    a ballard table, books, magarines  Officials of the American Feder- ^  lWinK  tables.  aUon of Labor have been  a P?™a c h-  A  botel with 300 bods to be let  ed as to their attitude toward the ^  10     to    25    cents    each  proposal that the public group go     nlpbt     being operated in connec-  ahaad with the cogence work *“*    the club room. In the'  and they were understood to    shower    baths, wash bowle*   Pr The* committee* on -he future <»*«««  course of the public group was to their own laundr. o     n   report at a meeting of the group    A restauran  called for 2:30 o'clock .hi. after-    “  greatly the institution’s patronage.  Another former saloon has been converted into a club house for children. The children call It the “Red, White and Blue Club” and at times more than one hundred children are reading and playing where the former patrons of the saloon played cards and discussed their steins.  The “Red. White and Blues" were first organized as a part of the -work of the woman’s committee. Council  noon.  mu w or  HH  miaou  CONGRESSMEN WHO ABE AN-IT AGONISTIC TO PRESIDENT I HAVE NEW .PLANS OF TORMENTING HIM.  WAS CONVICTED IN PARIS ON CHARGE OF IMPARTING INTELLIGENCE TO THE ENEMY.  By News’ Special Service  WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 24. The president halters in congress have evolved a new method of tormenting the chief executive. The latest plan, it is charged, is to upset a long established precedent and subject the president to a renewed baiting by those senators who have developed a chronic case of anti-Wil-sonitis In their attempt to defeat the peace treaty and the league of nations. It is possible that republican leaden may be able to block this latest exhibition of little politics, but the democrats declare their intention of making it plain to the nation at large what they interpret the action to mean.  Representative John Jacob Rogen of Massachusetts, republican, intro-  By the Associated Pres*  PARIS, Oct. 24.—Pierre 'Lenoir, convicted on a charge of imparting intelligence to the enemy, was executed at Sante prison at 7 o'clock tjhis morning.  Lenoir was the third person to be executed on charges arising out of attempts made by the Germans to conduct a“defeatist" campaign in 1915 and 1916. The others who met death as a result of revelations made against them were Bolo Padha, executed April 17, 1918, and M. Duval, who faced the firing spark July 17, 1918. Both were directors of the newspaper “Bonnet Rouge."  Lenoir, who as a young man had led a disolute life, came Into public notice early in 1918, when the arrest of Senator Humbert, owner  duced a joint resolution at the re- j of the “Paris Journal," was follow-quest of the state department au- ed by charges against several men thorning the president to call an I who were alleged to have acted as international conference in Washing- j agents of the Germans in purchasing ton to arrange for regulations for the Journal. It was shown e^riy ^ international communications by, the investigation that Lenoir had teelgraph, telephone, cable, wireless paid Humbert large sums of money telephone and wireless telegraph, 1  which he had received from Gerund providing a fund of $75,000 for mans and that he had received a  Former Ada Girl Develops Into a Real Oil Magnet   M a ,‘.'.L.r P  * m'u.™ Maud h  Sm Uh! who    .....    male    of    the    battleship    Oklahoma.!™..     The     democratic members of  l re me rn bel Miss Maud    ^    PBH!    ENATE    R    F    YOR T     Ada    yester <iay    aa    ad-i    mitt    pp immediately smelled  the expenses of the convention, the importance of which is obvious.  This was referred to the committee on foreign affairs and apparently there were no obstacles to its prompt approval by committee and house. Then the small politics began to appear, Representative Walter H. Newton of Minnesota, republican, offered an amendment so that when the president should appoint the United States commissioners to the , conference it would be “by and with • A. T. Tipton, chief boatsman s j  the advice a nd consent of the sen-  commission of about $200,000 for his work.  Navy Recruiting Party to Be Here At an Early Date  - of    Nations!    Defense,    and    since    then    ^    _______  ARRIVAL OF KEW GIRI. AT ^    !    falter    "b£ame    Mrs.    Joe    Bledroe  HOME OF DR. GORDON BRINGS HALF DAY WALK OUT.  WILL Rt* MADE TO PREVENT STRIKE OF HALF MIL LION MIXERS.  arrived in Ada yesterday aa ad-1  the  committee immediately smelled STATE AUTHORITIES LIFT QUAIL  Vance man for a recrultitog party which is expected to arrive on or about the 29th inst.  The navy recruiting party will consist of about a half dozen officers and they will remain here for at   .....--- ••    ItNlSl IHI Vt- uava    civvvi    —    ----  East Central State Normal, this city, gloved mothers during the day. of This    most    remarkable    woman,    appeal was made    directJo    Prest den     Tlpton They  will    have headquarters  la    ttnrior    arrpst    The    two    men    little    “mpmhers”    are    it «»n.,ara that Rome time ago Mrs. Wilson today to prevent tne  he north Louisi-    of half a    million    coal    miners called    ^    ^ ^    _______ ______  ana    oil    field    on    business    for her    tor Nov.    I. after    “J 1     battleship Oklahoma. Men    enlisted  at the city * hall and will endeavor  a mouse, cited cases of similar conferences as precedents, and even went further to show that in few instances had any president even submitted the names of peace com-1 missions to the senate, such ac-  anotne and place county  ABOVE THE QUARANTINE LINE.  Pontotoc county has been placed  lion not betag required by the eon-    ^     quarantin€     , inc _     accord .  forts of several women who have  moved a way from Ada wiih aer given a series of charity entertain- husband who was then located at, ments for the benefit of the orga-  Ard more. Mr. Bledsoe died a few j  nization.    years ago and Mrs. Bledsoe has    -  Some of the functions bf the day,  S i uce  remained a widow. nursery’    are    exercised    by the    dub    The    Shreveport.    La., Times of    the    by    _.     OA    flnal     —    —    -  Dr. J. M. Gordon, president of the  w hich    keeps    the    children of    em-     2 2nd    carries an    interesting story    VV A>H.N<« .ON.    Odt.^    -4•    ^     iri  ‘  t     least    three    days    according to Mr.  ~    stitution. The    democrats    were __  voted and will carry the battle to ing to a letter just received from  the President of the State Board “This amendment was put in ^by  Qf Agr i CU iture and addressed to the  board of county commissioners.  UU mwm Rpm  -__ _    ._______ ______ _    ,!■,»!    mm    j     -       _    __ the letter just received Presi-  in acreage for profit, leasing    and    a    new    wage     a ^ r ®f“f nt ’     hrMklna     be in charge    of    the    party.    Flood* of Virginia,    ranking    demo- dent Whitehurst thanks the commis-  Drospecting, and so skillful was she While on the I  %     Ensign    W.    M.    Hague,    who will  prat on the  f 0re i Kn  affairs commit-  s j oners  f 0r  their hearty co-operation  is not under arrest. The two men others of the little ‘‘members" are appears that some time ago -----    --    ’    i     m s n ,v«    called        Tse    _    wiw  who are tagging him today and dog- orphans.    *    Bledsoe went to the north Louisi- of half a million JJ 2S5L,     to     enlist    men    for    service    on    th®    the    floor.  ging his every footstep are friends Although the place lacks furn-and fellows, self constituted per- things it has proven very popular sonal advisers, who are keeping  W jtj| the children of the neighbor-watch on him for a few hours to hood and the women managing it see that he doesn’t walk into an  p i an to  raise $3,500 for heat and open well, run through a plate  ma intenance through the winter , prospecting, glass front or otherwise do himself  m0 nths.  untoward injury.    Other    Chicago    saloons have been  prospwiiufc, auu    .    ,.    _     n ip„ EUUM^U n. *»•    --------  in her manipulations that she soon up. the two Stoups, heeding the P l a , be with the par ty, Is a graduate of .atraded the attention of the big of Secretary "  1,80 “*    ^     ed   after .| the Naval Military Academy at An-  By way of introduction it might converted into’restaurants, cafeter- operators. Now ^J^^h^fh^s^put- turn o    *    ^  megsa ge which the napolis and is a friend of T. O.  be well to state, too. that the strike     ia45>    ice  cream and soft drink par-    ting over    some of the biggest deals noon  which took place at the Normal to-    | ora     coffee and chocolate houses    in the  day at near noon when the entire     but     the majority still are  tee. “There is nothing in the con-     gtate     authorities    and    for  stitution or the laws of the United    :    ,  States that requires or even just!- their deep interest in the p g  Dr. Gordon.    tuted a great    variety of non-alchol-  The whole confusion is    due to the     ic  drinks for    the liquors    formerly  fact that the Stork visited the    home    dispensed. Not a few have    installed  of Dr. and Mrs. Gordon    last    night     go d a  fountain    equipment,  and left a charming baby girl, the  *------—    ,    —    .    apprptarv    hoi.f .1    rn be able to bring 1  Mullins,    Jr.,    who    is    now a student     fleg    the     provision    in    a    bill    authoriz- to free    the country from cattle ticks.  noun™ .it VMC field and the    issue    o    f rom     the    President     at    the    aca ^ emy    and who    gradu ‘    ing    the    president    to    call an interna-     Th e    action of the board in placing  running|Times_in question carries a atory of from^the Pnesident^    j oh J    conference    thmt    the    American     c  e  ounty    above    tbe    line    ends    a   it of the United i While in the^c ity  “P    i    delegates must be cc - * ^    -    -  y    nas    Deen tne    perhaps no work ever under-  practice of congress,    and    certainly     in thig county  has met with  student body walked out for a half ^ -saloons” with the same flu- a     ,  w hiclT^be^iie»    L.-    Lewis.    presWent    of    the    United    While in the city Ensign  Ha ^ ue w j' 1  delegates must be confirmed by the  cam ign tllat has now  i aste d Ave  day vacation cannot be charged to  ture8 an d employes, having substi-  j sum mated and on which fiie drew a    workers    of    America,    said:    be ——♦>»« home of T. OJ ................—    campaign    a  handsome commission of thousand dollars.  be entertained at the home of T. O.  sena te. The contrary has been the  ‘The outlook is less hopeful than Cullins, Sr.  first in the family. In the Gordon jjqi^hKYIKI CONSIDER THE  home are four big. stout, strapping    EVACUATION    OF    RUSHIA]    ’a    miil»on“and    a half dollars, on  boys, but the    advent of    a    girl in    - *uieh Mrs. iileusoe    made a    clear  this already happy    home    is    a treat     Bjr lhr     Annodated Pre**    commission of forty    thousand    dol-  that is almost too much, even for    LONDON, Oct. 24.—The Bolshe-) lari .  a man of demure manner and fine     are     considering    the    evacuation, r|.' be     Shreveport paper quotes her  sensibilities such as are Dr. Gor- govjct Russia, according to re-  gay i ng  that she thinks the oil don's.    ports    reaching General    Denekine,    a    game as favorable a    field    for    fem-  Of course    the    news    spread     W i re ic«i dispatch    received    today     inine  activity as any    other    business  thousand dollars.    learned    here    last    night. We are returning to Ensign Hague U said to be a man I  n0 8Uch &ttempt was ever made  un- ^^tte r Tp^sition than the cam-  ihat rust Saiurdav she sold the bear what the President and Secre- of considerabU talent and will lec-  der Messrs<  Hilt, Perkins, Cousins     k     eradication. The ele-  ?r,Lt oii r , in the Homer Field, to 'ary Wilson may have to say, but ture at the Normal, at tne pie j  or  Foster, who were republican J s     ed    tQ    caUle     dipping    fail-  fh Sinclair Co of Houlton Texas there shills little chance of reaching ture theaters and other    public  cba i rmen Q f the house foreign af-    understand    the pronounced  I nis Too was a transaction involv- an agreement.-     th<?    CamPaign    t0    6e ‘;    fairs, commit^__under presidents befits^ at^Tradition and consid-  throughout the school at an early     big     headquarters  bour, and without the Doctor’s  Tbe  reacted P lan ca ^ ^ or t * ie  ^ knowledge or consent, but possibly  mova i  G f tke Bolshevi cabinet to with the wink of approval on the xashkend, and after the abandon-‘part of the rest of the faculty, the  ment C f Moscow and the withdrawal udents decided that here was an  aJ of troopa  on all fronts, to take *>jfportuuity to get a half holiday Turkeetan.  by a ruse at which they knew the    --  Doctor could not and would not take Reports similar to the foregoing offense.    ‘dispatch    reached Copenhagen Oct. 14  Seriously, though. Dr. and Mrs.  from  Helsingors. One dispatch pre-  * Gordon are to be congratulated, and dieted that if Tula, 120 miles south the News staff joins a host of other Moscow, were taken the Bolshevik! friends in best wishes for the health  wou id abandon their present cap-  • and well being of the new arrival  ila i  ad  retire to Turkestan. at the Gordon home.    j    ■ —-—-  --northwest russian army  ADVANCES; ENEMY FLEEING  or profession. “But,’’ she explains, “it is largely a matter of -Ihe per  sonal equation. If a woman has the preach at the Presbyterian church nerve of an army mule, an evenly Sunday morning and evening. He  cure recruits.__, McKinley. Roosevelt and Taft  eratlon enforced  dipping as a use-  .vm^TRIAI CONFERENC E     Nei,her waa  “J  s . ucl J Hhl .Snfin    trouble    and    expense.    Their    op-  STRIAI^OKFMlMtfc     ]n any 8UC h bill during the admin-  1U took the  form in a few tn-  FAdNG DIS80RIT«U>  totrat ion of President Wilson    ^ (ances    of     pronounced    lawlessness.  OC, 24 -rn- ™^ n ione ra  to  Dr. A. L. Odell of Tulsa wUl|hindus*rfJ?inference! to pro-1 2?^     to „„ the _.    ““‘I*;    and    as    late    as    a    year    ago    there    were  PROMINENT MINISTER WIL SE HERE SUNDAY  posed in a report of the committee of five which will be made to the  can  ae IS I IX! Ill u UC IU un 1*1 lull    vu.muir     -----  keep sentiment out of business, as a minister of rare ability. It is  DISTURBING PEACE  she is as apt to succeed in the oil I a safe prediction that if the weather business as she is in any other ac- is good next Sunday those who get tivity."    seats in the Presbyterian, church  ference is at an end.  “The miners and operators occupy the    same    position as    last    _    _    night." Secretary Wilson said, “I  Mrs. Bledsoe is a sister of Mrs.    will have to    be    on    hand at an  early     i made a    suggestion    as    to a    new  Mabel Browall of this city, and Mrs.    hour. On his    last visit here the  I. H. Van Eaton of Stonewall, and    church was    filled    to overflowing,  has many old time friends here who  There have been cases when the ^^,^3  ln  Beld oppoeing * president asked for confirmation,  continuatlon of dip p ta g. But the but in ^100 such ^ cases the names    went    on in spite of opposition  the work of  cleaning up the county has cost the days of the republic when names  countv  approximately $60,000. The were sent to the senate for confir-  great ^g t sum gpen t in any one year mation, but there were many nam-  wag during  the fiscal year ending ed during the same period without j u j y  j 1919 when the appropriation nhasc of settlement but it waa re- reference-  In  the last IOO years there  anlounted  , 0  $17,OOO. For the pres-Ject«l. The operators rejected tbe^aTU* tTTonB^ **     fisCal    ye ‘ r  ° n,y ,3 -°° 0     ^  proposal and the miners, while not     =     »    ~ mocrate    of     propriated.  will be' pleased to learn of her *♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• ♦    *    pleased    with    It. said they were will-  thp  ^,,^,,,,3,  that there lg no re .  unprecedented success in the finan- ♦    ._     2n     I;    ing    to    accept    it."    |    quirement    for    such    an amendment.  elal world.    ♦ la ihiwrbsi    Ti      —-—     j____„ Mn ,h A i m i«oi v   AIM IN SHAWNEE  ^NDON^r*24.—A coamuai- | D ll ANEY QP PAWfQ  nnOTO Try min VO cation issued by *he Northwestern Ut III IlnllLI Olla I HOO LU  COSTS TEN BUGAS  ! ssr-^r? M "r?.“s-s!S!  I victoriously in the direction of,  . Psov, and that the enemy Is fleeing Henry Rogers was fined in po- in a panic. The comm un leat ion rec-    —  lice court yesterday on a charge of orda the capture of several Places  disturbing the peace. The offense is in the neighborhood of Lugs and N. B. Haney passed away yes-satd to have EU? commit,^ near Pasrsioe 8elo. South of Petro- ‘erd.y evening at <=19 ta_the city •Wa    irriarn    At inn WpdnpudftT even—    grad.    Shawnee after an extenueu  Ing    and    to    have taken the general    According to the Dally Mall    cor- ness. He had been paralysed for  dtarrtton of threats to Aght.110.71, despondent at Helsingfors, In a dis- about seven years. Funeral services wuthe sum total of flue and coat* patch dated Wednesday. Inn WSI wilt be held next Sunday or Mon-  .      j     bv     jj. honor the mayor. bombarded from Kronstadt. In* ta la day. depending on the time re-  MMSsed    by    his boner tne mayor.    ,0^     of  Kronstadt and tai quired tor Mrs. Haney to arrive  understood    to    be occupied by    Fin-' from California. Mr. Haney was  I formerly a leading business man of ' Ada and has many acquaintances bere.  *   »  ♦ William Bauhaus, who lives ♦ 4 two miles north of town, an- ♦  ♦ nounces the arrival of a 12- ♦  ♦ pound boy at his home last ♦ 4» Sunday, with everybody doing ♦  ♦ fine. The unusual feature of 4»  ♦ this story is that there are ♦  ♦ twelve children in this family ♦ 4 and Mr. Bauhaus is only 29 +  ♦ years old.    ♦  ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  NIKOLE! LEN I NE REPORTED . _  CAPTURED BY THE ENEMY Dish forces.  Rw I|»m jjesflilot prrtt  HONOLULU, Oct. 24. —Nlkolei U. K. GETS CXINCESKION leonine, Bolshevik premier of Rus-j FR4IM PORTUCIAIj IN A29BW sis, has been captured hy anti-Bol-  Dr. Rolla G. Sear*, professor of history in the‘East Central State Normal, will occupy the pulpit at the First Christian Church Sunday morning at ll o'clock.  The subject of the lecture will be, “The Influence of Foreign Immigration on the Church," or “America and the Next War."  Dr. Sears is considered one of the best historians in the middle  phevtk forces, according lo a wire* br th AMoctatd Pus*  message picked up by the 1 , LONDON, Oct. 24.  -It was re-  ■weather forecast  I Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday. Probably rain and colder to  le* message picaeq up ny inc     m    Tl .  £2iS.“    I    u.    .    WU,    U    I.    It    I.,    TM.    'n    .UM'IMM M..MI  STAND OF JUDGE GARY  UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED  By the Associated Press  NEW YORK, Oct. 24.—More than 1,500 members of the American Iron and Steel Institute, at a meeting here today, unanimously adopted       ...    _________  a resolution endorsing the alandi  w0gt {B a  devoted student of poMtl-taken by Judge Albert H. Gary, ^ economy and history in tbe mak-chairman of the board of directors  Jn aftd u goeg  ^thout saying that of the United States Steel Corpora-»lecture Sunday morning will lion at the National    C<m-i     h  none should mtaa.  ference in Washington. The resolu-    _  Hon was carried after a speech by Judge Gary and its adoption was Resumption of trade with Cerin ar ked by an ovation to the speak-^ many will again make Bismuth  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 department of the colored school:  Davidson, P. A E., City Cash Store, Standfleld and Abney & Griffith. Meal, baking powder, .coffee, lard, salt, etc.  The class began to serve mid-day meals today.  Other merchants will be visited for gifts.    I.    B.    MCCUTCHEON.  TIU PLEAU GUILTY  I TNH  available in quantity.  Will Chance and Lola Chance, husband and wife, appeared before his honor, the county judge, in open court yesterday, and entered their plea of guilty to a charge of unlawful possession. The offense for which they were arraigned consisted in this, to-wlt: that they had stored away in their immediate vicinity . _ .    about    forty gallons of the popular  Notice Federation of Labor.  brew  familiarly known as choc. Sen-A special meeting will be called * ence w m be passed on this couple tonight for the members of    ,  from  Bagtown next Monday.  Federation of Labor. Busine* of  Tbe ooun t y  court has about dlo  in* por lance, all members urged to be present.—-W. G. Witcher, Pres. 10-24-14*  posed of the criminal docket and is now devoted to the civil cases set for hearing.  To     r     r*.    Don't    let    that room stay vacant  Conversion blanks, blanks for re- j . News Want Ad *vlll rent it  instatement of government life in-;* nen a     ___  rurance, etc., may be had from)    TTT  Lieut. Scheinberg at the Model store, i Let a Want Ad get it for you.  /   

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