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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma AU There is Left For Us to Sag is Get Ready For the Best Picture that Com Wkt Htoa Abetting Ws Playhouses Starting Monday VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 199 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY • % Nearly Half Million gym Coal Miners Go Out On Strike Today GREAT POCAHONTAS FIELDS OF WEST VIRGINIA WORKING ALMOST TO CAPACITY. ALL UNION MEN ARE OUT IN ALL DISTRICTS. 0 Woolens o Bv the Associated Press ‘ WASHINGTON. Nov. I.—Reports to head-] quarters of the coal operators here today said! that in union mines the strike was generally effective but in the non-union fields many thousands of miners remained at work. The great Pocahontas field in West Virginia was reported working practically to full capacity and in Pennsylvania 110,000 of 180,000 non-union miners were at work. Congressional Resolution. WASHINGTON. Nov. I. — President Wilson was urged in a resolution introduced today by Representative Baer, republican, of North Dakota, to take possession of all bituminous coal mines and negotiate a voluntary agreement with the workers to secure uninterrupted mining of coal and guarantee the interest of operators and miners during the period of emergency. Executer Quits. I prepared lo furnish (hem protection. Bf iii ifiriiwl Wmm Should disorder* occur, the gov- INDIANAIOLIS, Nov. I The Ex-j eminent was ready with all the po-eeutive Board of the Union com- lice powers at its disposal to put pleted its last batch of routine them down. basinets this morning and the mem- Knorretitetit of the coal diversion ber* at once started for their homes, order issued yesterday *by Fuel Ad-— —. ministraior Garfield will be in the John L. Lewis, acting president of hands of regional coat committee* the union, said he expected to return to be set up in then* cities by re-to Springfield. IIL. tonight and gional directors of the railroad ad* hoped to remain there for several ministration. These com mil tees will day ID TO BE IEO ll 1920 by the Associated P: WASHINGTON, Nov. l.—tBy a vote of 9 to 2* the senate agriculture committees today authorized a favorable report on the bill to continue the United States Sugar Equalization Board until 1920 and authorized it tf purchase the sugar crop next yea FAH. TO KICK (loAL TWICE AND LOSE GAME W TWO POINTS TO KINGFISHER COLLEGE* too much mud UUU) Bill JUMPER lljOOITI JAL Undersheriff W Liter Kennedy went The East Central Normal football team was outlucked last afternoon is a >ring back to Ada is confined in the Caney in Atoka Atoka today to one Gatlin, who Atoka jail. Gatling is wanted in Ada to answer . charge of having jumped a board (bill. It Is said that his home county. and was defeat eleven, 19 to 2 allowed three t itors kicking g JAKE JUG COS EOI IDA ll CITIZENS ARMENIANS APPEAL Take TO OUTED STATES Mining Town in Arizona BELGIANS SLOW TO FORGIVE BERMANS >ed lo remain there for several ministration, i nese committees win . I ---—— - — c work under a central com mitt tee I r- in Washington. b > t Illinois, Out. A regional committee frill include GENBX A. Switz., Oct. 5. Ail ap- th# A ••HIH ii. I •'ii ■ *»*■* SPRINGFIELD. III., Nov. I a representative of Dr Garfield The i***! of women Armenia to DOUGLAS lr / . Nov. I. Two uminou* coal miners of Illinois cities in which the*e committees the women of Amel lea to help them hundred Y aq ult indians entered a and protect them from the Turks Bitu numbering 90,096. art IOO percent will be set up are Slew York. Bo idle today in response to the strike ton. Philadelphia. Cleveland. Pitts- been forwarded from this city call, effective at midflight last night, bilith. St. Louis, Chicago and At- by an Armenian girl. Nelly dr acct,rding to Frank lakrington. pres- lanta \\ arhranioff, for distribution in the Poston* I tilted Slates. In a note accompany- u idem of the Illinois district. -- —I 4.(MNI (hit iii Te\a*. By the Asmx Press t tty the Am-, x-lated pre*, CHICAGO, Nor 1> The 4 <10.900 THURBER. Tex.. Nov. I M ite mark was lopped ♦torly today in union oft trials here today claimed union claims of bituminous miner**approximately 4,000 n*ineis went on on strike Allowing for claims b> strike in Texas at midnight last operators of which thfre were few.J night, ciositig down ntines at Thut-the total would -’and just short of ber. Bridgeport, Nev castle and 400,000. | Strawn. No disorders were reported. The number of meta claimed by -- the unions to be out |oincided al-1 <Tiic**o Figure. most exact 1> with he Pgid tip nem- .h*> Aphoria ted Pre** milling ciriij of\ ! he Montezuma district last S today, carrying off all a th^ mine store accord received here fo rty tho AsNKWtfd BRUSSELS, is now many was signed, each day in B the numerous cats wit ic Ii on by the Kingfisher Each team was chdowns, the vis-in each instance and the locals fdftbag to kick twice. Once on a punt fey Ada, one of the Kingfisher lads | touched the ball, let it get away, And one of the Normal boys scooped it up and raced across the goal fine. It was a clean touchdown, but/ the referee failed to see the opposing man touch the ball and called Fit back. Haft! this touchdown beer# allowed, the game would have go|e to the Pedagogs instead of the" western Oklahoma boys. I The ground Was a loblolly almost throughout. Playing was indeed difficult and wis much slower than it should have been otherwise. With C. Roach lout of the game, as well as Kidd and Heard, the home T , „ .. lads were greasy handicapped. At Local officers sei^d two noble th th j b th™ !* T* tin' P^vld here against the and kept them in durance vile till Catholjc< . three weeks ago daybreak. The charge against afore- I?thiee week* ago. said citizens was flat they were: . JJ. ® . * I L. year » Halloweening with entirely too much! ^ lf fated to hold. Time after Jake in thier systems. One of the * ime * 5 visitors tore through the celebrants wras thoroughly disgusted line for long gains. The at the treatment fee received, ana! guards were a bit weak, probably when locked inside the county jail: t F le mud Prohibiting them from get- by Sheriff Duncan expressed the! a bold. opinion that the sheriff had simply! First Quarter, played hell. This morning Justice Kingfisher kicked off. King got Brown of the hikh court collected the tall but was soon tackled. Ver-Although it $*9.50 From each of the parties non then took the ball on a long since peace an< * ,e stored them to the full liber- end run and made a good gain. ' Conn Roach was knockedi out. ’resd Ort. 5.- months ______ _____ tere are indications, ty ot free American citizens. ussels and elsewhere that the Belgij us are not yet ready to “forgive ani forget” the German invasion and c icupation. There is a demand that tfie German words on German passenger sees on Belgian lines the United States. our anguish. “From our mountains, our plains, from the desert, as well as from your own hospitable country, we. women of Armenia, all raise (mr quarters at Indianapolis 1 at the end i 3MoO<7 biViTminon* ro^al^mitiers to our appeal VV ho .lf V..1MKI namely 4oL48h THU \ ,iH4 * u nituniiuotn coal miners b el(er lhai| we could speak? Our or Aulu. . nam 4 IL hit throughout the nation out of a total meil d , Yours also have fall- number wa. about 15 p% cent lees of kit,.otto men employed in that lug it, the girl says thai her appeal) da >* Th ’ indians jumped over soviets the approval of Anthony Krafft flasks ‘ mercur> emptied a Bonnard, of Geneva, see ret ary-gen- quantity of ore in sacks and then be changed aud replaced by French etal of the Federation of Swiss) used the *a*k« fo clothing. German I rafters are still being Committees of Friends of Armenians. - — I tried w hile hilliness men are up in The appeal reads: arms against iwlgians who furnished To you, our Sister*, women of T /i/| //y *» *be enemy walt goods during the we cry out in J flUUIUf 'occupation. Tlw government needs _ . resources aud It is proposed to tax Patrons Demand unpatrioic persons 30 to 40 NEW CLOSING HOURS FOR BUSINESS HOUSES We: the undersigned merchants of Ada. Oklahoma, agree to close our stores and not sell goods after Six P. M., Monday. Tuesday, Wtd- Montgom^ry took Roach’s place at right halr^ He wras light put he (I d hit Witt a crash Vernon then punted writl\Woodworth geeing the I ball. He msMe but little .yin. Tol-i liver got SauVders for a #)ig loss. I The ball then Vent over. , I Vernon slipwd a forward pass : to Ingram for \ little ^ain. Ada I pulled off theirVshift iplay and the Visitors off fOok the ball berships on file a* % Ona! all. CHICAGO. Nov. I More Candy per Mi of lie amounts involved ^*'^“”10^ Tine on! touchdown for Ada in the provisioning of the late ene- U| nose nine r. m. on i caught a number side. Hargraves on a short end run Ipr n good gain Montgomery took /ball with the first ernon kicked of i line plunge and in than the estimated iota} rneiub ship. In many instance* union cia!* today said their reOo incomplete and that they higher totals later. . J ^ have been torn away front us by union leadets here. In ••'pile of the thousands; our young girls are general injunction issued at Indian- lamenting in harems a polis again*! the strike, the leader* -Have pity on us. Who else could Oktatioma Men Ot^. ^ OKLAHOMA^* CITTY. Xov.'.l.- The WtL I,Tile 5 r0, *?>J ^ number of .nines aff cted by .he , ((da) wo „,j be trended i 0 more ..r.r’heurt*°kre“bleedi'ng P “ur. wil .trike order in Oklahoma w<*e given , ha „ 5( , 0 ,000 miner*. !be„d oter .mr wound. as follow* in unofficial reports from PXact num ber of the w Mkout .u SI wounds. Vt iiskniree todav , „ int exact ii nm net oi me waiKout Hold out your hands to us. We Wilburton twelve mine.! KOO S,’ ? y ? n °' ti k "° Wn “'"" only ask for the ri K ht to live and Wilburton, twelve nime*| ^lSOO, Monday, however, bee*use of «o, 0 io ve : hut to oh.ail. that. Turkish my. These busies* men who have Saturday and will not open our] addressed a foetal letter to (he gov- Flores or sell goods on Sunday. • i eminent also sjt that these persons] ^hawa Dept. Store. Stevens-W.l- w’hom they chamcterize as ‘‘traitors”; Co.,- Surprise Store, Moser’s en, but as soldiers on the field of j By th* A****i*mi rim are also r‘*ceijng government con-' Dt ‘P-L Store, W. L. Barr, Dunlap Theatre nding that prohibiting the sale' 1 . 1 * 80 ar ° being Stacked in the press! Shop. Mrs.Jos. B. Cole, Ike Sein, of candy after 8 o’clock in the ,wr their uneiSprgetir attitude to- G. C. Core. S. Jacobson, Union evening be withdrawn and have in- wa rd the Genikns. The electoral volved themselves in a controversy I campaign is on land some of these membew-i inHnat Jaw t • en ’ biu as sidlers on the field of h> the rr«*« are also receiving government con- De P-** Store, W. L. Barr, Dunlap ion off!-1 ‘ r !r*'£ ,h.°Ln.S rtHk!*' own !*?“ 0r : CO "?. rd,y LONDON, Oct. «. -Theatre K oer 8 : | rads and they!want a £top put to Bros., Wacker’s Variety Store. Has- nu were ...Hnf/hii.L, ..V.T. „ pu'sucd and murdered. The children I |. 0 nd„n are demanding that the,'* Some of ihi socialist ministers i sen Bros. & Co.. Pellet's Fashion entered * I Time. rLe Ta T' L'"*' V h,Ve **' e88 ' d 0,1 our breMl. war resiriction piohibiting the sale! al *o ar., being blacked In the press; Shop. Mrs.Jos. B. Cole. Ike Sein, muing to a report t«<»tvea o> huve been torn awnv from tie: hv _____^ „*„i „.t. • . fnr th#»iv n npAiuofie .,1. In n Porn o with some of the actors. The actors! ,lli,lis,ers 8 #king re-election. Store. Guest Bros. Glines-Battell Co., The Model, E. T. Burk. Headquarters Inactive. men; McAlester, fifty mine*, .OOO ,i, any of the miner* having long! domination nu men. Henryetta, thirty-five £* lne8 'j been recognizing at least a half Tell to your 2500 men; Okmulgee, twenty mine*. holidav - nid work ‘ do not want candy sold in theatres) A law is beidjk urged to deprive _ ________ and they wish the serving of tea and;°^ c * v 'i* fights aw persons who dealt By the Associated Press coffee could be eliminated during] w ^b the enemy. These are only ai INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. I.—From a the performance. (few instances of which there are scene of great activity in conection After the first act of a matinee j ,,,a ny showing the state of mind of] with the strike of approximately nearly everyone who does not go to Belgians. the bar, has tea. By the.end of the must be done away with, second act the bar is closed by war government so. We —- * Coalgate nine mines alto- , llll8t obtain a complete and filial oaigai*, nine ^nines. S ether in other mines on Sunday. release 2000 men; 1S Thcr7w« DO wav of confirming Mi “‘‘ , ’. p<, ' a,or8 1 ,oda > had ! •Beware of Turkiah inlilguea! mete was no way tf toniigniing announced no plans for carrying “Do not believe those who slandei I here figure- today and no hope „„ work de-pit^ (he precaulion.rr ° °' be "* ¥e “ W "° “ andei of official figures until Monday was steps taken and assurance by the _[rlr ra *! and tl ? fa,e governments. Nel-| A rmenlan;7ihM''TsI Chr'iitlanr coffee not tea (her have (hey made any estimate "Our wish is to rebuild our court- Actor, av.- that man, of the number pf men on strike. - - * ..... mums av*, inat mauv restriction and nearly everyone who did not have tea after the first act; has it then. The same situation ob tains at the evening performance except that l ne excuse for numerous! t | maids edging their way between' Our peoples only ci'inie is to Me! rows of sj»ectators with trays, is, SEVEN KNOWN OEAD TO ■ITE INI OHIO HINES have they made any estimate Arhat!*** situation. * “ Br th* A«aoriated Prc«Hi LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. I. states of the number of miners af-Every union mine in Arkansas isi reefed by the strike, orders prin MlntiK reports from Home of th. ll B " d ' ,u '„ hon ' e '' wl,h ' h '’ »“ r - »i<u.tlon I* ruin**,I by someone drop- Minus tepott* from some of th. vivo,-, who have been spared us." I ping a spoon into a lea-cup or Do help us. women of the I nited, dropping the cup itself. Before the -wile. ... , . J candy restriction went into effect ,. P woitte" of ArmeiiMa.) ,| lt , actors were furthed irritated by the noise caused By crumpling miners in this state. leaders: Officers of this district have gone! Oklahoma 7,000, Arkansas 4 OOO, to Muskogee. Okla. to make ar-!Colorado 5.900. Illinois 30.000. 1»-rangements for bonds iii case they diana 25,000, Iowa 14.000. Kansas closed today according to a special cipally from Virginia and Alabama, dispatch received Ina report! from lhe following is the number of I who are weeping but still booing Fort Smith, headquarters of the com men reported out today by unionL| we Ll L Sod'n ove " hoping. are arrested by government official*) 12.000. Kentucky 10,000. Maryland in connection with the Injunction 10.000. Michigan 2,400, Missouri proceedings. 2.000, Montana 4,000, New Mexico 4.000, Ohio 40.000, Pennsylvania (hi J omen ll. Hell Dead 1.00,000. Tennessee Miners* Next Move. ** lh * . I 2 ’ 500 ’ Utah 1000. Washington 6.000. WASHINGTON, Nov. I.—The ml West Virginia 40,000, Wyoming $ *#• SP lust make the next move in ml strike, according to the today of government offi- Mgo. Should reports that any consider-able number of miners desire to con 6,000. 2.000, Texas to Wyoming One big trouble with the labor movement is the fact that we have too many caboose* and not enough Bv ttw AMOfimteil Pres* NEW YORK, Nov. I.—Col James B. Bell, commander-in-chief of the grund army of the republic, died at a quiet ny the Aswwih'vnI i AMSTERDA VV’ith the reco from mine Ne Coal Company J officials of the concern today hen out small hope of of paper In which the candy is U ‘ l reiu JJi nln \ miners being ^ frapped. They say they could not a,,v<i The * v have been imprisoned hope to destroy the aged ten and ^ hours. coffee habit hut hope their protests . _— against coffee may result in its total rT 1 ™ 1 ** t banishment. i AMSTERDAM, O., Nov. I. 400.000 bituminous coal miners, the headquarters of the United Mine Workers of America here has been transferred in the last twenty-four hours to a scene of almost no activity at all. This lack of activity, how’ever, is not due to disinterest in the strike, but is the result of the steeping provisions of the restraining orders issued yesterday by the United [States Judge. A. B. Anderson, cont rite goal. Ada kicked off wftlfe Mardis receiving. The ground wfc slick and he fell. Shorty Biwnts^was there when it comes to g^ptingwhem. He got in the line alp helts the half at a loss. Kingfisher maw a gain every down. They were %rced on Ada’s goal when (Sardis tn|ew the ball away. They then lost wie ball right on Ada’s goal line. S’ernon took the ball on | long end rwn and made the second touch do\t% but missed the goal, Ada kicked q^f with ShifleM receiving it for I little gain. Kingfisher was runnfng with the balftfor a clear field touchdown but tackled by jernon. Kingf>i punted with Wimbfsh getting ball. He gaited a little. The bal then goes to jKingfisher on a free^ for all fumbli. Seqpiwl Quarter Saunders made a good gain on a long end run. They went for a touchdown. They made their gain, Ada slowing up in hitting the line. Corbin then made a touchdown. his home In Brooklyn today, was seventy-four years ot age. He Twen- “But the crumpling of little blts !t > miners' bodies have been recover- of paper doesn’t really hurt a show I ed from Y * 4 °* coal mlne here * does it?” an actor was flaked ’ u believed that these include all “Some night during a culei sit-! ,hal we|V < 1 * ad in mtne -uation just take your mind off the (thin Vnv i Idling the mineofficials to refraiiil\ IV or’ »rn' hnHi«.i ,rom t ? kin s an > p»rt in conductio kicked Koal. * .!( tho v i n lhe stI ^ke of miner*. Mine leaders - OI I ne y. « U. at headquarters thus far have ap parently obeyed the restraint to the letter. They not only refuse to give out statements Concerning the strike, but will not discuss their plan for combating the action of the government courts. Unless the restraint order is violated* the headquarters probably will remain qutet, at least until the injunction proceeding comes up in the Federal Court, November 8. The $2.75 shirt is worrying more] Piece for a moment and listen to men than the 2.75 beer.- Boston! Che confusion caused bv candy one) Herald. WEATHER FORECAST way or another.” he said, adding! Fair tonight “that’s my answer.” portion. Not so tinue work, the government w^a engine*.—Railroad World. Having the senate, we *have one' form of air mastery.-—Greenville! Don’t let that room stay vacant (8. C.) Piedmont. i frhen a Newt Want Ad will leu!, it. and colder in east so cold In the extreme northwestern portion of the state. Sunday fair with rising temperature. A republic is a form of government in which the majority get at least two guesses as to which minority will rule them next.—New York Evening Sun. It will pay vou co wa rep Wanl Ad columns of the News. th Kingfisher then kicked off. Hardy Roach received the ball but made no gain. Roach then threw the ball away. They fought awhile when Kingfisher punted. Wimbish got the ball on the goal line but gained a few feet. Ada then punted but Ingram was there to get the ball. Ada was then penalized at a loss of 15 yards. Goodwin made a neavy gain on a long forward pass. Anderson was a little mad and busted Saunders pretty hard when ho started through Ada's line. Tho visitors were ten yards of their goa v when the whistle blew for the half. Third Quarter Ada kicked off with Shiflett getting the ball with an awfu) gain. Saunders intercepted a forwar 1 pass. They made a good gain. Ad.t (Continued on Page Eight)
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