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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Whafs Yourifoaofa Virtuous Vtrtanx With Yours 16 RETURNS ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY Extraction Isithe Only Remedy FOR SAYS SUXKKS HA> K KXOVtiH TODAY. I By tho Awocliitcd WASHINGTON. Oct. yWASHINGTON Oct. dent Wilson today, through wilson toduv addressed the tary Tumulty, owing letter to "the people of the in. special session to consian uo ,.v ''or support or of bituminous coal Ro" Call, which asked to Of tho United nation from the standpoint of recommend railroads. -ind urge a generous response to Secretary Lansing ClU1, to his home H other1-'Vhich opens on November the sec- and could not attend. All the otner obsorvance ot Ued members of the President's ofnc.al, onrt appropriately family were present and becretary Baker presided at the meeting eleventh, the Baker presided at the meeting. versarv ot the slBnlnR of rotary Tumulty was present to con- L armistice vey He views of President adults joined the on the situation R d c durinu- the war. prompted -I am for the fisht d o dosire to render ser- member of the cabinet. While (heir COUIlll.y and to tne there is apparently no disposition to the" United States criticise either the operators or in war Our patriotism for the failure of the ne-. miners'for the failure of the Qf mce Kotlations conducted by (est of wlll._ and it is] Wilson, officials who the. lnlelUlWntlv patriotic program situation spoke of a singly masked attack on the gove Ittllx. Vll There seems to be doubt whether the cabinet would issue a statement today as to the government's am- ,n Hi tude regarding the coal strike. White House circles the idea that b in iniDiic. inm.i.no n.vujs.n cabinet would recommend course. the cabinet met, John L. Lew- is, "head of the United Mine Workers word to unions proposes, a continuance of sen-ice to our sol- nd sailors who look to it tor things, and a transference, problems of pence at homo the experience tuid methods Ked Cross seeks to associate people in welfare work through- the lanxl. especially in those communities where neither official ior unofficial provision has been .nade for adequate public health throughout the country thai woiKinj, service. mines would stop next Friday night. .g thp sp Lewis said the strike would last un- til the government was Induce the stubborn coal to deal humanely with tlu 10 BE FIKST MEETING IN LONDON AS- SERTS THAT SORROWS OF THE WORLD ARE TO BE HEALED. EIGHTY MILLION ACRES COULD BE SAVED ACCORDING TO EXPERT OF DRAINAGE CONGRESS. LONBa-n organ.- ST. Oct. 25.-Eighty zatlon known as the World Brother-million acres of wet and overflowed hood Federation was formed here'lands, located in various parts of at the recent meeting of the World the country, could be Quickly and Brotherhood Congress attended by economically reclaimed by drainage delegates representing Great Britain, ;or by levee protection, according to Canada and the United States. Its'john A. Fox of Chicago who is onnimi purpose was declared to be to draw together the peoples of the United States to emphasize the brotherhood of mankind, to obtain- an effective League of to cultivate an international spirit. here arranging for the annual con- vention of the National Drainage congress to be held here Nov. 11, 12 and 13. Cabinet members, governors of a number of states, investment bank- internauonai spini. number ot states, mveoumcui. Announcement was made at the I erg and distinguished engineers from election of congress that it was various parts oi the United States proposed to hold a world brother- nave jjeen to attend the hood convention in America in April, congreS3j ,tjje work of which is of 1920 when the constitution is to be ratified. Canadian and American delegates were instructed to arrange for this convention in Washington, Philadelphia, Detroit or Buffalo. The constitution adopted provides for a World Brotherhood Council composed of ten delegates from ev- ery nation which has.a brotherhood organization. Provision is made also, for the election of this council of i this country delegates from every nation concerned in the drainage. has no brotherhood organization, reclamation and development of 'able operators men who Oklahoman Says Life Was Saved By the Red Cross particular interest to farmers throughout the country, because it plans for the opening of millions of a-cres of new and extremely produc- tive lands for settlement and de- velopment. The congress, of which Edmund C. Perkins, of Chicago, is president, is an association of all interests in Five United States members'of this council were elected at the meeting here. They were Dr. S. Zane Batten, of Philadelphia; Dr. Robix Harlan, swamp and overflowed lands, it does not advocate any particular scheme nor endorse any particular project, but it has worked continuously for or innaaeipnia; LTT. UUL n. of New York; Dr. A. S. Taylor, of I the last seven years lo awaken pub- York, Pa.; anoV Dr. Bauchamp of .lie sentiment to an appreciation ol Nashville, Tenn. the Vast benefits to be derived from of America, sent word to throughout the of democracy that the people should undertake their own welfare activities, and National Ked Cross wisely Intends i to exert upon community action mine coal." a jiiniulating and co-ordinating in- IKVIfAX UOVKKXMKXT MUST SICK THVr WILLIAM .1KXKIXS IS imi.lVKRKO SAKK IX VXITKH STATUS. Taylor Makes Swuen KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Washington coal strike can have little effect on the situa- tion because the miners are deter- pf" work "abroad, a "policy mined to have their little strike, would lav an unjust burden a statement given out Vnnlo nnH tend to fluence and to place the energies of 1 the organization behind all sound 'public health and welfare agencies. "The American Red Cross does not purpose Midi-finite cording to a sa today by Harry X. Taylor, president "jld7M.mine uu- of the National Coal Association. "people and teml to self-reliance of th f the National Coal Association. ,es but there is a nec- "The miners are relying on work-i ps work of to be men in other industries to assist before the American Red said Mr. Taylor's honorably withdraw from -Particularly are the miners looking Kul Thf. conKrPSS or the United for aid from the railroad workers. 1hnc imposed upon ,he Ked "The railroads have a three to Cro-.s a poiulmljnl; responsibility ten days' supply of coal, b d bv authorizing the Secretary train schedules are annulled, waves tu to iraiisuM to the American will and the railroad employes ,..of War to transfer ''s, Ked Cross such surplus army mecli- cal supplies and supplementarj' diet- food stuffs now in Europe as will be" forced to uso their to keep their own families starvation." shall not be required by the a'my, Mr. Taylor calls attention to_ the by thp Ked Cross ,0 fact that the strike fund of fiOO reported at tho Cleveland con- vention of the is S'A for each of the probable 300.000 strik- relieve the distress which continues in certain countries of Europe as :i result of war. "To finance these operations, probable "00.000 s riK-. rinancc operations, trs. and he added that the J -.mni.-. poncludt, work which was begun diir-- reported to be in the treasury pi ,inri mii some' By ihc Oct. 25. De-' mar.ds were made on the Mexican! government today by the state de-; partment that it secure 'he release. unharmed of William 0. Jenkins, American consular agent at even though it ia necessary Tor Mex-j ico to pay the rasom' demanded by the bandits who kid- napped him. While this was not going for- ward. Senator Myers, of Montana, introduced a resolution; askiii" rresidi'tii Wilson to use ;ill the armed forces of the Uuin-d1 Slates in securing the of Jenkins. Tho resolution which will be call- od "P Monday, also would direci' that those responsible for thf ab- due-lion of the consular agent be; apprehended and punished. Senator miners' locals will provide week for each striker for two weeks. ol a about Cull Oct. _ CITY, Oct. .0. war. and to carry out s lively inexpensive ive plans for assisting peoples in Eastern Europe to develop their welfare organizations, the American Red Cross in addition to Myers reiimvled immediat on the resolution but Semite'.1 rfmoot. republican, of Utah, objected on the uround ilia' a resoluiicii for "such broad notion" should nut be considiTi'O hastily. ROLL, Okla., Oct., would: have died if it had not been for the. American Ri-d Cross." That's tie simple.tribute that Ver- non Kendall of Roll, Okla., the first American to be taken prisoner by the (larinaiis. pays to tho "Greatest! Mother in 1he World." i Kendall ha? just reached lifter harrowinc experiences in' the war zone and in German prison camps. "Vtiling Kendall was one of a party of five Americans taken prls-t oner by the Ormans. These Amer-i irons wero taken to Berlin and pa-j railed through the streets, being and hooted at by the German populace. They were then shunted j off to n German prison camp, which Kendall described as a living hell. "Pnon after I reached the prison, eanip. (ho Red Cross came to my i rescue with food and clothing. Ii verily bi-Hev? that I would have; starved to denlh or frozen, if It had not been for the aid the Red1 Cross gave me." i Kendall met Congressman Jim, MrClintic here yesterday and thank-, ed him personally for Interesting' the Red Cross In his behalf. Con-1 gressmnn McClintic immediately up-1 on hearing of Kendall's capture, be-' ut'fptied ths nct' Cross to sent5 nim nid and the Red Cross was quick in getting on the job, as Kendall's storv indicates. BOLSHBVIK MINISTER DESERTS d HIS AND FLEES WHRX THE KNKMY APPROACHES. met The following officers were elect- the reclamation and utilization, ed: President, John Clifford, D. though state and federal co-opera- London; vice presidents, Dr. Robert: tion, of the great areas of wet and E. Speer, New York; Dr. T. Albert: overflowed lands. Moore, Toronto; Premier Janj Mr. Fox. in explaining the idea of Moore, Toronto; i-remier jun: jjr. rOx. in explaining u. Smuts, South Africa; 'seci-etary congress said: "W.hile the commissioner. William Ward. Lon- er areas of and overflows! .._.......______ ......_....._ vi flowed don; treasurer, William Heal, Lon- iands are to be found in the ta- il. mediate Mississippi Valley and along Rev. T. Sykes of London wasitne Atlantic and Gulf coasts, there elected as European1 Associate Sec- ar6i nevertheless, areas of sufficient retary, and Mr. Thomas Howell of slze in .raost Of the other states to Toronto as Associated Secretary of.jusljfy tneir interest in the mat- Xorth America. -j-aken in tho aggregate, these The Congress adopted a message' Cn 'nnn nnn asserting that the taJVCIl HI "on.-'i------ Tlie Congress adopted a message' acres of land comprise sorrows alui' an'ai.ea of 125.000 Fquare miles, or troubles of the world, social, in-; By thi) Pl-nui COPENHAGEN, Oct. en- staff of Leon Trotsky, Bolshe- trouoies.oi me worm, social, m-: a greater area vik minister of war and marine, dustnal and international, are duel his been cipmred at Psarskoe-Selo., to "broken brotherhood" and that To a dispatch from Reval ihe special task of men ot good- than the combined cu.0 vi and Iowa. "This land probably the richest to the "National Pidende." Trotsky himself escaped by cling- ing' to a'railroad car and later nee- ins from the scene in an'automo- bile. Troops of the Northwestern Russian army pursued the minister and fired upon his car, but Trotsky succeeded in reaching Petrograd. The left Hank of the army of the special task of men of good-, mosl productive of any of our will and brotherly spirit is to Nearly every farmer is famil- up the strands of broken humanity thig cha-racter of iaDd as Into a new bond of brotherhood.', thig cha-racter of iaDd as d knows thal his are the richest and upon foundations id to strive for; of the peoples j. of brotherhood on his farm. Every acre of this undrained region Is bottom on oundation of roteroo American and Canadian delegates and. when reclaimed and put under who met after the adjournment of cultivation, it will produce from times as much as the The left flank ot tne army OL who ,llet lhc adjOUnment of cultivation, it General Yudenitch is reported to be (he adopted ,as suggestions three to four th fire from a Bolshevik lhe Canadian and peo- ordinary upland, naught which is lying in the Neva ple ,hat tne third Sunday in March. "In their River within the limits of be denominated "World Brot Normal Notes Oklnhonu OKLAHOMA Governor Robertson today Issued a. formal call for a conference of "into "it's treasury by our coal miners, operators, citizens and. ,.ous. peopie (iuring the war. representatives, to oe at Me-, Bolh Ihe greuter enduring do- Alester. in the hoart of the coal dls-i mesll pI.OKram and the trict, Wednesday morning at 9 fees, a sum of money jn compal.ison wjth (he greuter enduring t porarv foreiirn program of the Red SIIU BREATHING Another ro.ason the niail service, is so evidently is '-hat. Mr.; liurleson all that Is necessary is to make the mail beat the tele- phone. i aunaay In their swamp condition, ue World Brotherhood these undrained lands in the var- ..Tad Day." freciuent exchange of Tls-Uous states are a nuisance and a its betweeu Canadian and United' menace to health, while if reclaim- states representatives. The ed and utilized they will be ex- dian and United States delegates tremely productive areas. For that promised lo dedicate themselves to reason every community adjacent ihe work of emphasizing the to these wet and overflowed sec- brothrhood of mankind. tions is participating in the activ- Ball Girls of East Central! ities of the National Drainage con- --------rr? school girls. Teams were well match- AuUnLdALU early drainage and reclamation, ed and they played a hard game. Score 26 to 23 in favor of the Francis has a good team. Her special strength is in her forwards. Miss Johnnie Rushing was the star forward and did excellent work. Rev. Clyde Calhoun Morris Of HOT OFFTHE WIRES MICKIE SAYS :lock. Cross' deserves enthusiastic support "No special commissions are to; alld veilture to hope that Its peace- be issued to delegates because Unie membel.ship will exceed rather ose being addressed include all t. ,._ war to those being addressed nclude operators and miners alike to affected by the proposed strike. "j "W than fnM helow ,ts imprcaslve war ip WOODROW WILSON." Cabinet of One Mind. WASHINGTON, Oct. del-, inlte program to be placed before] President Wilson as to tho govern- ment's attitude toward the coal strike will be formulated today, it was said at the White House. While no definite, decision had been taken when the cabinet met, Secretary Tumulty in a discussion at the morning session disclosed For the first time since that the President's official family the county Jail at Ada will be was of one mind. He asserted that empty tomorrow unless the high when the program was presented jaws up gome offender before BE EMPTY T wnen me program wus laws rotinu up some oirenaer uemio to the President, Mr. Wilson was motning, when Sheriff Bob expected to give his approval to it.j Duncan leaves for McAlester with I Harry Williams the county bastlle i will stand tenantless, Williams goes to the state prison i to begin a one year term Imposed' for robbery. Some time last winter Williams in conjunction with Tuck By the PI-CUB Tokyo, Japan, Oct. (Delay- Marshall, Count Terau-; chi, former premier of Japan whose death was reported here yesterday; is still alive, his physicians an-: nounced today. When the aged dip-j lomat became unconscious yester- j day, his physicians believed that' death Tiad overtaken him and the I news -was given to the world. An' Injection ot camphor given purely j as a precautionary measure restor- j ed consciousness and today he -was; able to partake of milk and icei cream. Count Terauchl's death had been officially announced and posthumous! honors had been bestowed upon him by the Imperlor Court. Anti-Strike Ml Signal For a ......_........____ ft 'i Price held up an Indian, Cornelius Strikf! Nelson, in Darktown and separated tJt-l In By AmocliiteU WASHINGTON, Oct by either house of congress of tho anti-strike legislation contained in the railroad bill now pending -would result In a general strike vote throughout the entire country, of- him from certain cosh Horns then in his possession. Price is already In; the pen and Wllllaims now goes to keep him company. One Kansas City business man has his cards printed, "John Smith, Do You Know througnoui w Why can't the great questl-on, to flclnls of the American Federation work or not to work, be settled b> or Labor .aid here today. (local option? Cotton Ginned Reaches Nearly Half Billion Mark By the Amociutcd WASHINGTON, Oct. ginned to October 18th amounted to running bales, Includ- ing round bales, bales of American-Egyptian and 1791 bales of Sea Island, the census bu- reau announced today. The Normal did excellent team the First Baptist church returned work. last night from Shawnee, wiere he .______ Lillian Thompson, Ava delivered an address yesterday morn-! forwards for Normal. ing before the student body of the! By ihe Associated PI-CM Thelma Mooney, captain; Velma, Baptist University. The purpose of; WASHINGTON, Oct. a Elliott, Centers. 'the address was to enlist the inter-'vote of 9 to 7, the senate banking Rubye Andrews, Bernice Brad- ost of the students in the rp- ford, Guards, est of the students in the 000 drive of the Baptist church and I'd, u-uaras, vvu orivu ui LUC o'ctyiiuL vuurvu Allye Drain, Alice Cotter, Gather-1 jn the-various chuixih activitiea. ine Stone belonged to team but they did not play last night. Francis girls met the Ada girls A special appeal was made to the students by Rev. Morris urging them to offer themselves for Christian Francis gins met LUC .nun. to oner uiemscives lor uansuan at the train and entertained them j service. In response to his appeal .till time for the game. j ninety-two young men and women Blankenshlp Afer the game both teams wore, volunteered for service as ministers, entertained, at the home of Mrs. imedjoai missionaries, nurses, missionaries, and B. Y. P, U. and Sunday School workers. The meet- ing was a success in every partic- ular and Its promoters are highly encouraged by the results obtained. committee today recommended re- jection of the nomination of John Skelton Williams to be comptroller of the currency. cis. Guy Young is tne coach for Fran- Anna Weaver Jones, coach of Nor- mal team. Miss Carney was referee. Good crowd of boosters went jvlth the team. Senator Walsh of Montana forbore] a reply to Senator Williams' attack] on the Irish on account of "the condition of .Senator Williams health. Perhaps he may proceed now. Sleeping in a chair may have been good for what ailed Senator Williams' health. AMERICAN FLAG IS AT WASHINGTON, Oct. dent Wilson Is slowly gaining in said a bulletin issued to- day by his physicians, Rear Ad- nirals Grayson and Stitt and Dr. Sterling Ruffin of this city. DEUTHEN, Silesia. Oct. ty persons were burned to death as a result of a collision between a passenger train and a freight train Tear Kiasnowitz. WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy today and Sunday. "Mr. Bryan's enemies may yet drive him to become, a candidate for says one of his ad- mirers. It would be a relentless ene- my indeed who would drive him into a fourth .race, knowing any- thing about the other three. In Bra- E PLUMB PUN By Auociiitcd FIUME, Oct. American flag was hissed when it was unfurl- ed in tne Phoenician theatre here and when the "Star Spangled Ban- ner" was played by the orchestra the audience cried "Down with Ameri- ca! Down with Wilson! Long live greater Italy and stay Don, By tho Aiwociawd PEORIA, 111., Oct. Plumb plan of railroad ownership was or- dered indorsed in a resolution passed by the convention of the Illi- nois Federal Labor Association this morning. Another resolution was passed calling upon the United States to recognize the Soviet gov- ernment of Russia.   

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