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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Coming Thursday The Greatest of All Emotional Screen Stars u Nazimo in War Brides—American Theatre Thursday and Friday. ®he gfoa toning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 196 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY HERCHMTS TO BEH BAIM 0 What’s Att This Commotion About? tiPFMtKR FROM ADVERTISING EXD OF THE BATTLE OVER THG OFI-iUTMFNT\ ATK) S A 1. FORTY -SI ATH AMENDMENT CASH REGISTER TO SEEMED IX SIGHT BK HERE THEN. TODAY Oct. 29.—The Mr. C A. Ylinkers, of The Nation- 1 ‘* ******** lr **» a1 Cash Register Co., of Dayton. WASHINGTON, Ohio was in the city yesterday end of the senate battle over the and made arrangements to have de- forty-sixth amendments written into livered in the cliv on the evening of the peace treaty by the foreign re-Nov. : a lecture by W. E Brennen lations committee seemed in sight of the same company and tv same today, the leaders hoping that a department, a "pep" lecture for mer- vote on the last of the group could chants and business men. be taken today or tomorrow. The The lecture will be in the audi- amendment was presented by Sen-ditorium of the East Central State ator Moses, Republican of New Normal and will be free to every Hampshire, and would exclude all business man in the city. Mr. Bren- 0 f the British Dominions from vot-n&n is familiar with every problem j n my league of nations con-of the retail mercant, and while it trovers y to which one of them was might appear that the lecture would a p^ty. necessarily be for the benefit of the A which was not touch- s National Cash Register Co., it might ^ Dp J by the foTe[gn rolaUons be well to state that this cornein is waa injected Into the so big and has reached >uch gi- f igbt today by Senator Gore, Demo-gam.c proportions that its scheme cn( f Qklahoma> who presented sn of ope rat.one takes into account d . , Artl , 12 propos . many activities which are good for ^ ._____I."__LTL the local business man that are ab- ing that under the league no nation solutes free from all appearance. *° i0 w*r; nnUl an tdnaory of commercialism vole of the sha11 have been The lecture will be illustrated taken, a* an additional condition with a stereoptican and all mer- arbitration had failed, chants, clerks and the wives of mer- The debate centered during much chants, rre urged to attend. of the discussion around the treaty The lecturer goes into detail in- provisions for an international la-sofar as the problems of the retail bor organization. Efforts to alter men are concerned, and hit vast ex- this provision are to be made by perience of many years in a1! parts several senators. ASSERTS THAT HE IS IN CLOSE I MAYOR KITCHENS COURTEOUS, TOUCH WITH THE MINERS AND STRIKE GAN BE AVERTED RUT BURDENS OF JONES AND DEAL TOO MUCH TO BE BOTHERED. By the Associated Pre** About the middle of last week WAQHTNUTfiN Ort 29 —Federal the officers and membeis of tho Fn^ id^nilSator Harry A OM- Chamber of Commerce met in lunch-Fuel Administrator Harry A. Oar ^ ^ ^ Rarris Hotel to consider field, discussed the threatened ^ question of whether or not the strike of bituminous ™ mei * i body would undertake to_ investigate with Secretary Tumulty at the question of managerial form of White House. He was summoned j __ here from Williams College, of which he is president Dr. Garfield who still has authority to function as fuel administrator asserted that he was in close touch with the strike situation and expressed confidence that a settlement would be reached without a walkout of the miners. The fuel administrator would not discuss his conference with Mr. Tumulty, but his visit to the White House revived suggestions that the fuel administration might again be called into action to exercise the government, looking to the advisability of inaugurating a campaign for the same if the city of Ada found advisable to do so. At that meeting the editor and associate editor of the News were present as invited guests, both being members of the Chamber of Commerce. After a discussion of the question i,t was decided that the managerial form was worth considering, but the opinion was expressed that all interests were friendly to the present city officials and it was determined to have a committee con- war time control over fuel provid- J suit them about the matter before ed for in the food control act. proceeding further. While actively serving as adminis trator, Dr. Garfield was instrument- In consequence whereof, J. E. Hickman, F. L. Finley and Marvin al in ’ bringing about the so-called Brown, as members of the Chamber Washington wage agreement which Commerce, were app . exDires Anril I 1920 and which wai * on the cit V commissioners in a rSS been extended would be body «d ascertain their opinion as violated if the miners walk out. —-- All Belgium Goes Back to Work and Now Recovering MAXY CASES REPORTED AGAINST ARKASAS BLACKS By ♦ hy u'.itl HELENA, Ark., Oct. 29.—With 21 indictments charging murder already returned more than IOO cases remained to be investigated when ______ the grand jury which convened Monday it resumed its investigation By a •» - *• t Pre- today of the recent negro uprising BRUSSELS, Oct. 28.—All Bel-in Elaine in the southern part of glum is returning to work and the Phillips county. Most of those country is recovering rapidly from against who indictments were re- the war. ' turned are negroes. Additional in- In Brussels factories which were dictments were expected late today, damaged during the German occu-' Trials of the alleged participants pation are being fitted with ma-j ^ in the disorder in which five white chinery, and some of them already y men were killed are expected to are turning out their accustomed begin next week. Germany Sees Crime Increase With War Close to whether or not they thought it wise to investigate the managerial form. It might be well to mention the fact that in the meeting the present FATHER, TWO SOXS AXD TWO DAUGHTERS .MAKE A IMI PICKING COTTON. Sjiecial Service AUBREY. Tex, Oct. 28. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE NOW BEFORE JAPANESE --- ----- ---------, as they are called. They are to have products to within a few per cent; A- Muller and family, wage wotkeis. a purely military interior organiza- of the pre-war capacity ! expect to put at least $7000 in the tj 0 n, cloaked outwardly, however, Production of sugar exceeds the b. ilk bt fore Christmas £8 a result as police and intrusted only with pre-war tonnage. Glass factories 0 f work done for Denton county police powers GRAND DUCHESS WILL ... BE MARRIED NOV. BTH ^ city administration was spoken of LUXEMBOURG, Tuesday, Oct. 28 * the highest^ terms, especially as —Grand Duchess Shillott of Luxem- concerns the mayor, and it was sug-bourg and Prince Felix of Bourbon-> gested that the committee make it Tarma will be married here Novena- plain that in the event it was de - ber 6, by Bishop Micotra. ; c i ded to try for the managerial form Prince Felix was born at Schwar- that it not be done until the time ; eau, Sept. 28, 1893. Unlike his 0 f the expiration of the terms of Hy the Associated Presa brother, Sixtus and Xavier, who office of the various commissioners WITH THE AMERICANS IN GER- served in the French army, be en- now in charge of the affairs of the MANY i Bv Mail.)—The German I tered the Austrian service. Al- city. n though he declared at the beginning on Tuesday, at the regular lunch-govermuT.t is using £ - cs j hostilities he would refuse to eon and business meeting of the j tile increase of crime in Germany j fight agains t the French, owing to Lions Club of Ada, that very pop- since the end of the was as the ba prince Felix’s war service, there ular civic organization considered si* and the excuse for formation of: was some hostility to his marriage thoroughly the question of the man- spcnritv notice 1 to Grand Duchess Shillott, but the agerial form for the city a* the Henry numerous un ^ ^ Hnvgi latter declared that it was a love first convenient opportunity, and match, and that she would marry the same was unanimously en- no other. People of Luxembourg dorsed. subsequently took this view of it. 1 Strengthened with this additional __I support are reopening. In the iron and: farmers this year. Already their. The intentions of the government NED CROSS QUOTAS ON Mr. W. F. Brennan. of the country and under all con ny t?* Arsoci&Ted Pr*s* ______ _ _ TORIO, Oct. 28.—Japanese new ditions gives him such a survey of paper men recently returned from will be operating to capacity the business world that he is in I position to be of inestimable value bus to the average retail merchant or a business man. "Reconstruction Alliance," with the daily. During Mr. Yunkers s'a’ed at the News object of carrying out radical re- tj on a n copper fittings were remov-office yesterday, also, that the city forms in Japan in consonance with ed from the machines in the spin of Dayton was the pioneer In the the age. and especially with the ob- n j ni r factories, and some of these managerial form of government and ject of having a universal suffrage have not yet been replaced. steel mills many plants have resum- bank account is more than $4000 as voiced in the German newspapers, 1 ed operations, particularly in the and there is every indication that is to have these organizations as Liege districts where some of the* the family will make it $7000 be- instruments of the police chiefs or mills were completely demolished -ore Santa Claus comes. the various cities without any con and others so badly damaged that At present the family, consisting nection with the military author!-•■ii ti re blast furnaces had to be re- of Muller, two sons and iwo daugh- ties. It appears, however that thew built. Within a year, it is believed, ters. is picking cotton at $4 Per IOO. units are to be A®*™*JIn ba " aca ! s- the most iniDoriant of these plants Muller picks 250 pounds daily, each in order to be a\ailable in case of •if the boys gathers 500 pounds, one any concerted trouble. Companies! Rv Kpws' S'M'io! Service the committee aforesaid, from the Chamber of Commerce, on Monday afternoon visited the mayor’s office and attempted to meet 1 the commissioners as instructed. Mr. Jones, commissioner of finance, was reported to be in Oklahoma City . and the whereabouts of Mr. Deal, commissioner of public works and j safety, was to the mayor at that time unknown. The committee notified the mayor call the following the afternoon, at mayor said all would good reason that mo™ Tha*\rttffd meaT*4560 h f« according t^Vepons^reacW^Amtrt: close December 31 will he sent on a it was the regular date for a stated •otton picking. But it is not all clears can headquarters, to be well trained profit. The Mullers must live. They bodies of men to be incorporated "board” themselves, for the Denton into the National army at a mo- The linen industry also has tak- county farmers pay but $3 per IOO J ment’s notice. population basis, according to H A. meeting of the council. He also Lane, seal sales director. In the promised to notify the other two past quotas have been set on a commissioners of the wishes of the basis of the amount a community committee. On the first visit of the con Blit he added that it had most certainly law' passed at the next session of been a success in the city of Day- the Diet. en on new life§ and additional ton. * The program also includes abo- are being employed every He further stated that his com- lition of all class distinctions, abo- week eX p or t trade in linen ssr£,“s/“ S'vc. xrs "Um “sir si'ssu-r-s?™!? mute s,ssis ”5 "iifoo" “".Vt Ps .bl,! .M«h, h„. .... ,u..tion system. -I ti, »|.t "!,“«»■ ” w, t. ^ w lls. !mT pK« .Stn Figures "tunis, lo the — """« "> '»• ^ Ior thf , o^oDie TO secure me press \trotn Brussels to the sea scarcely, rainily made more than $3000 in many in the period from January I SK with tblfuhnfrwled* dcscrip S-| : 'SiftSTJE? £ ER 2% police cannot be so expanded as to ready for planting. Next spring they titve matter that went with It. Japan aa compared with other lead-j they are working from early morn I *|J® bo ^* .^ 1 * n W ° r J, n °" f ianda We publish in this connection a, mg countries. until late at night to attain «>at ^“tl»8 M n g Next .prf n g^hey photograph of Mr. Brennan, the! The suffrage resolution, adopted end. f »T J^ sprtng tney man who is to deliver the lecture unanimously, was supported by) Apparently there Is no scarcity ofL ( ^ tt ® fJlJT " c hoD cot- •otton and corn and later “chop cotton." Muller declares he and the more than twice aa large_as was “;“ l ^"‘people' and'“state'd e ^ eT ? Coir rein nf that al1 he wanted in fhe matter of ed with the usual fair margin of cRy government was the best that safety. This is the plan decided on. j cou j d be bad f or the m0 ney. It will begin with the county and Re R gaid to tbe cred it 0 f the will be followed down through the ma y 0r himself, he has never been city organizations Thus if a city known to snub a committee appoint-. .. Um ., Uw hag a population of 50,000, Its QHO- ied b y the citizenship or by any handle the situation ta will be set at $2,500. c f the civic organizations whose I p to thu time Breslau has ha <J The county and city populations objects are supposed to be for Xhe JaIa VU? Z n nt v will be determined in the near best interests of the city. ti i i h rn in I minintrJ future an d the O uota toT 6110,1 an *i On yesterday the conKnittee met authorized by the local ministry.! nounce d. Organizations of the here on the date aforementioned, ! three of the younger members of food in Belgium. It Is costly In and it is urged that every business the Die who were present. One of towns and cities, but In the conn-:. ... b » . ma k P aufflcieni man in the city remember the date, th« m, Representative Uyehara, said: I try the people have now g a thered! nu ** ‘ defrav lh|1 fnml i v nv m . nsei \merican officers say this increase!‘ twu “ vw * —---- NOV 7 and make It a Point to be •Japan . cnna.it:a.ional eonnf,t 1 lh6 , r flrs , harve,t ainee the w*r.! “ ^^^ieV ^nd spMng^ laTn vfolaUon of anTcle iez of^ auntie* are progrenalng rapidly, present on this occasion. |Jn bu ^ not and are in need of nothing. Even put a few hun dre d away .The MuUer peace treaty, which provides that people r /^e thal ^ hl nf, butter la h®* 11 * ■ anred ia the botela »; girls do not do any farm work In! the increase in the number of gen- i Delongs to them there can be »» and in every house there is no tbe w j n ter or spring, although they j darmes, employes or officials of the * - * police will bs a1- INTERNAL REVENUE I AGENTS ARE NOW BUSY and great interest In the sale is being evidenced in all parts of the state. Lane and Miss Helen M. Hall, his assistant are spending i (Continued on Page 5.) |«u.h ihlng a. a irue consU.u.ional , |onRer tear of starvation which J d™la7“ they find it difficult to re-! local or municipal ..... - _ ___ _ idovoMne Th»m*f»ivla er i ricui ri ,or *° miiny ypan ' made ,,fe a bur " I uhs $3 per day to chop cotton. (lowed only in proportion to the in-| their time making trip# through tho devoting tnemselv«w to foetal r<- den _ Man -argons are convinced; I crease of populall ------ i forms, Japan has still to settle the 'V ‘‘, - *•--: question of universal suffrage which; ,hat “ te tlme " ex ‘ ,v« l ‘,®! it her countries disposed of long country very wcl1 on th « way ,0 I ago.’ recovery. By the AnoaaUd Pm* WASHINGTON. Ort 29. Armed MITHKK4JON BOAT IMSAKTKIt w^lnSSn Ham 1 ItK-Srt.TS |5i 21 DKATHW , MAKE, WOVDERKUl. HAUL _ ! By the Aaaocmtiwl with the drastic provisions of lhe By the Adiated pr.ee I rock ISLAND, IIL, Oct. 29.— prohibition enforcement act which, MUSKEGON Micb Oct 29_I Blowing the door off of the safety became effective as to war-time pro- ^ " Demon, were officially vaa, t * nd breaking the indi- hibilion with the passing by_ the sen-, acrounled for ear|y today an<1 four .|vidual boxea open with a hammer VI.?! “I W6ro known to have lost their d f n ? Reve^L7 d nLs^nF llvo « the sinking yesterday of of the Internal R nue ^ the Coast Line Steamer, City of today took up he ia i ac ure aud. Muskegon, which was driven Into V ronisinln* ealMtv. I the ^ ler 4il a Bslbimle »v ^ . ning a oons in t^Jj Coast Line officials stated that they United State* were legally # believed ail the missing ones have today only for the sale of liquor p er j a hed containing one half of one per cent _____ alcohol. Sales as well as manufac- and othe’’ tools stolen from a nearby blacksmith shop, robbers some time during the early morning today made a haul of $35,000 in Liberty bonds belonging to IOO depositors of the state bank of Sherrard. IU., near here. POLICE OFFICIALS AFTER BOMB PLOTTERS _______population since 1913 In, state developing a strong, central- the districts in which they are em-! l*ed and efficient machine which ployed. j cannot help but- succeed in this, the greatest humanitarian drive ever promulgated for the health of a nation as a whole THE MINE WORKERS STRIKE EFFECTIVE SALOONS OFFICIALLY CLOSE IN MILWAUKEE TODAY SAYS A Chicago man has given up a r u VTrt be«7ag;; o rio~ th^-^tl a**™* HAVE APVAWOKP j $10,900 portly* T*h » UfrJW* amount will lay the saloon keeper ADMIRAL KOLCHAK CREDIT, ance company ^to become a a* well as the brewer liable to heavy j Br ^ I ub M Oll tlBMjfe penalties LONDON, Oct. 19.—A wireless “doesn’t he Just sell bls life ln- Despite its other drastic provisions message from Moscow says that A surance and fire Insurance both the lew wee not leveled st the per-j*roep international bankers bas!from the tame office?” son who bad stored up a supply In advanced Admiral Kolchak A cred-! : ~— bl* own home for his own use. j it of $50,000,000. j Let A Want Ad get It for XDU. By th* Associated Presa CLEVELAND. O., Oct. 29.—Police officials continue today to question the five men and one woman under arrest in connection with an alleged plot to place bombs at many places throughout the country next spring. Believing the six are members of an anarchistic circle that has been working in more than IOO . . ... . cities, the police questioned the Young men who nave group all night In an effort to learn Job, and equally good looking girls detail, of their plan, or the extent! had better hang onto both, for thoro By the Associated Presa MILWAUKEE, WIA, Oct. 29.— For the first time In history, Milwaukee has gone dry today. All saloon keepers have abandoned the sale of all alcoholic drinks at midnight last night After 12 o’dockk saloons reported the greatest business ever known to them. Most of the bars in the central section of the city were filled with patrons for many hours. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 29.— The strike order of United Mine ! Workers which went into effect I Friday at midnight will stand. Af-1 ter two hours discussion, the con- High School Notes. _ _ . . J Z I »j n ww._ H ! ference of officials of the big union The Cadet Band of the J? here today announced that they bad School will make Its first public ap-, IF™** ^ pea ranee in chapel Wednerfay after-! »o Idea of jnodUytag themUl tor of their organisation. The arrests were made in four simultaneous raids following information that an attempt was to be made to bomb the central police station bere. are plenty of other young fellows not so well off who will not heelr tate to step in and take them. Pants cleaned And pressed 50 eta. Miller Bros. . 10-22-9ti cramp of Mr. A. L. Fentem. the, ^cement on the threatened In- band has made wonderful progress.; dustrial situation did not have a having put in much hard work at sln«le defendant In the conference It practice. They will lead In the, was stated. "America,’ and “The Star- sonars MEET Spangled Banner” Wednesday after- LABOR LEADERS AYD noon . I CAPITALISTS TO ______ ; dy th* Associated Pres* Paul Althouse Is to appear at the| WASHINGTON, Oct 29.—Labor Normal auditorium Wednesday, Not.(leaders and capitalists will partld-5. He comes under the auspices of i pate unofficially in the Intemation-the High School and tickets may : a1 Labor Conference which began its be had from any member of the; session here today, and Secretary Chorus Club. Let a Want Ad sell It for yea Wilson of the labor department who called the conference to order will remain president.
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