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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             See Tarzan's Repudiation by His Former Jungle You Will See the Beautiful Ending of the Today MTHIS DISTRICT 16 RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 223 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY SEXPS XOTR THAT MKXICO CAN- NOT FAIL TO JRXKIN'S R.K- UBASK IMMEDIATELY By I'ONTOTOC CHUBCKES MOUK THAN KAISE THEIIl IN THE DR1VK FOR The First and Second Baptist -i iChurches of Ada went over the top WASHINGTON. Dec. in gnuA style their drive for Ing Its request for .the immediate- re- quotns of ,he Sovelirj..flve Mil- lease of Consular Agent p. Hon campaign now under Jenkins, imprisoned at Puebla. the j all_ Uu, Baptist churches of Tho First Baptist Church, not content with a mere surplus of AFTER THE THANKSGIVING FEAST latest American- note to tne- goutn_ Tne First Baptist Churcn made public here today, arraigned j ;u tho morning services Sunday the Mexican government in severe, raised more than while the terms and characterized it as a i-mire quota was only The studied attempt to ensnare -the, Second Baptist Church went over its American consular agent in the in-, quota by approximately one thous- trlf.icies of legal proceedings. and dollars No ultimatum was served and no Indication was given out of what the government's course would bej worked last afternoon and if Jenkins is not released at the evening services also. This iv i morning the total subscriptions had Mexican says i reached a total of more than the note, "cannot expect land the drive is to continue all the the United States to accept such a bare unsupported statement of a Church, is'delighted valid excuse. .over of the Jenkins, weak and exhausted in a, 'of i hospital, the note says, has been horrassed by the Mexican anthori- Adn wm hnye (bc ties while evidence against him was, moro :llan any othor of obtained through intimidation whole Southland. witnesses. The American jiote be-JHis church will probably double its gins by saying the United States do- jquota. dines to be drawn into a discuss-. Reports to Rev. Morris from other Ion of irrelevant or unimportant and .churches in this county indicate ;hat says the request for the consular every one will raise their by agent's release is founded on right' m.irgins. In fact, all those and justice. '.heard fron: have already raised nioiv The United States, the note says. than tht-ir quotas in each instance, is constrained to the opinlan that The millions of dollars donated to the Carranza arguments that tho the work of this denomination will case is belm; investigated and that be used in spreading the gospol iu Jenkins has not taken the lands, building better and tv to avail himself of bail are "mere. churches in America, exten- excuses of tlle lil'noniinntional schools] "This'government, the note collvg.-s. endowing a fund fo: i does not admit that it is necessary I of old and incapacitated; ..f -i '..'With this money, the denomination this Eovernment fails to d seen, ,g expocted ,ak Qn and that the "intricacies of the Mexican lhat u wil, bf) instruraenlal in bri penal code have been applied thc back (Q nonmU impartial justice to Jenkins ing [hat js Ttu- United Mates is not to and helping each person to realise in driven by subtile arguments, says reality that he is his brother's the nott- "into a defense of its re- keeper. quest- for the release Mr. Jen-- kins. It is for Mexico -to show rea- sCOtt Ferris, whatever else may eons for his detention, not for said about him. Is one of Okla- Unlted States to show cause for leading statesmen. He will liberation." Then the note speak at the district court room in of extraneous matter with'Ada Wednesday evening. Don't fail the Mexican note of Nov. 26, to hear him. endeavors to clothe It, the naked case of Jenkins stands forth. The note then reviews the history of the case and takes up the argument, Jenkins was imprisoned for "ren- dering false judicial testimony" in connection with the abduction of which he was the victim, says the note. "In whose Interest is tho charge of false swearing brought] DRINK AND BEMERRY TOMORROW TO YOU APPRECIATION OF LET YOU MSH MTU ME- T KICKS MOW-VOU PULL NOTED RELIGIONIST SAYS CHRIST'S TEACHINGS WOULD SOLVE ALL ILLS FROM WHICH WE SUPPER. MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS FOB PEACE TIME ARMY AND RE- CJTES SUCCESS OF FAST WAR PLANS. By 'ho Associated Press I Associated Press NEW YORK. Nov. WASHINGTON, Nov. ex- hundred Presbyterian churches in Perience Plainly shows the necessity the United States were advised to- day that the teachings of Jesus Christ would solve the whole indus- trial problem. These churches were urged by Dr. John McDowell, direc- tor of the social service division of the -Presbyterian New Era move- ment to apply the teachings of Jes- us to the solution of Industrial questions. Dr. McDowell declared that the 15th verse of the 18th chapter of Matthew constituted "the law of brotherhood, conciliation and arbi- tration "and he urged its applica- tion to present day industrial moves. The Bible reference reads: if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell j him his fault between thee and him alone; if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained ttiy brother." Dr. McDowell urged the church members and pastors to got in touch with outstanding groups of their as employers and of education and for fundamental reorganization of the army and of the war department itself, Secretary Baker declared jo- day in his annual report. He recoi.i- mended that the emergency organiza- tion, reduced to peace-time made permanent, and approved' the general staff bill for a regular es- tablishment "adequate in size to be the nucleus of any great military mobilization the country may oe call- ed upon to make" and backed up by a, system of universal training; "In such a, Mr. Baker said, "the accent is upon the citizen and not the soldier; the officers be- coming a permanent corps ot experts and the men a body temporarily de- voting a portion of their time to military training in order that they may enter civil life with a sense of national service and with superior equipment for success." "It is to ho said, denying any danger of mili- tarism, "that an army could be formed of Americans, educated in. the learn their liberties. The World War has shown of view and side with them when j quite cleariy that renect right. I said, "that event- ually there will be, industrial courts, similar to city, state and federal courts, in which labor disputes can be solved. These counts would be graded as are the present local courts with the right of appeal." Dr. McDowell called attention to spirit of the people from whom th iy come rather than create a spirit of their own, so that the size of the army js not so important from the point of view now under considera- tion as the kind of an army." Th0 selective service law was ic- cepted as a fair 'means of assigning men to military service in time of the following Social Creed adopted I war, Mr. Baker said, but compulsory by the Presbyterian General Asseon-1 service in time of peace would be Pair of Jakes Draw Usual Fine I Family Rookus NlMPICK TO KKTISKKS. In Public Place The advertising patrons of the   Evening News would confer a Fn favpr "n lne by gel" In fOllCe uug their copy to us by 9 A. M. Tlie belated arrival of copy for change of ads works a _ T, hardship on us and often pro- E. T. Hams and bettler Lanco ventB our Kivillfr lne cusl0mor were before hizzoner in police court I as pocui a position and as neat this morning to give their reasons work ap he mig'ht otherwise Draws Penalty if any they had why they should IS CALLED UP TODAY not be fined for being drunk within J the corporate limits of the city Ada. The mayor assessed each of them the regulation fee of i which, according to the latest quo- obtain. We wowd greatly ap- predate your complying with E. E. Williams furnished the star attraction in pollcei court this morn- Ing. He was charged with dis- turbing the peace on North Broad- way in the city of Ada somewhere between the Evening News office j tution. is the reasonable cost two-thirds of one drink. of I.AKK MIOHKiAX HURRICANE and Thanksgiving day. It is al- T leged that he laid violent hands jor feat on the wife of his bosom in i a manner contrary to the canons of matrimony and the ordinances of against Jenkins." asks the note, "the By ..ho Mexican government Is persecuting, JACKSONVILLE, III.. Dec. j the victim instead of the perpetra-, Tin- ca.sy of Dr. Horace Augustus PfinOf tors of the crirae." Reddish of Jerseyville. 111., charged J.J.U.KKIO The note says the only conclusion; with murder in connection with the this government can draw is that' death of Stephen M. Reddish, his Mexico has made a studied effort wealthy father., and Rachael Cisco, 1o ensnare Jenkins in leral intrica-1 negro housekeeper, was called up In to divert the attention of the the Morgan county circuit courf here American and Mexican people from today. Judge filbert S. Smith of the fact that, the second largest city j Springfield, presided, in Mexico is overrun by bandits and j John M. Mackeldon of St. Louis, -that the Mexican authorities have; Mo.. Dr. Reddish's uncle, Is In jail been negligent. STAMPEDES DETROIT BUSINESS (h'p city of Ada. Upon his appear- ance before the mayor and after 11 hearing, he was assessed Urge That We Close Up Shop Ily the AssocinU'd Prww Detroit. DM. Scores of indus- trial plants here nnd in other cities in 'Ihe slate lire closed and their pro- ducts curtailed because of the hur- ricane which swept across Southern Lake Michigan, according no a, re- port roeived here! MASONS. NOTICE. Ada Lodge No.-} 110. A, F. A. M. will :ut-et in regular monthly com munication at o'clock tonight.! Green Believes The Servent Is Worth His Hire bly in 1910: "Acknowledgement of the obliga- tions of wealth; application of Christian principles to the conduct of industrial organizations; more equitable distribution of wealth; abatement of poverty; abolition of child labor; regulation of the con- ditions of the industrial occupation of women; release of every worker from work one day in seven; concil- iation in industrial disputes and de- poor substitute for the Volunteer principle properly applied." Raising a standing army by financial induce- ment is too costly to contemplate, he added, leaving only the method of "making enlistment in the army an educational opportunity" to fur- nish the troops. The recommendation for an in- creased standing army, he declared, should not be taken to indicate a. disinclination toward the prospect of disarmament. fenders against the law." IN By !ho Associated WASHINGTON, Dec. six- ty sixth congress met today in its first regular 'session which was ex- pected to continue until just before "will not ascribe it to any provocat- ive temper. There is glory, left in the career and sacrifice of the soldier, but the mild and spectacular contests of an earlier age have Becom-' a stern and cruel business, and while there is cheerful willingness to en- countef the privations and make the sacrifices which war demands, the men of the American army' are abreast with enlightened men eve-y- Wiiere in the hope-that more humane and rational processes of adjustment will supersede the waste and loss of armed conflict. They are. how- ever, of the belief that so long as it Onri-ie Depurts Print paper, It. seems. Is election of officers willI take! .here under indictment, and charged just about as scarce as the proverb-! place.- Miles C. dngsby, M. with being an accomplice of Dr, ial hen's teeth, a'nd as high as a i Ri-ddish in the murders. i cat's back even when it can ba had ___ _ Stephen M. Reddish and Rachael j at all. Judge W G Currie, former" citl- Cisco were found murdered in thcj The Evening News has been prom- zen and member of the bar, i Reddish home at Jcrseyvtlle, April. ised by the print, houses that have and who has been ir. the city vis-' 3> Clarence Reddish, son of j supplied It. for the past fifteen years iting with friends since last Friday M. Reddish, and cashier of that It will bo given a chance to buy evening left this morning over the: he bank discovered us quota of paper just, as long as MICKIE SAYS the absence of Rev. Mor- ris from his pulpit at the First Baptist church about -two weeks the presidential election next fall. necessary for us to maintain an There was a large attendance both "ot J.ustlf'ed in in the senate and the house when army, and by the gavels of Vice President Mar- 'I1011' are to be- b OiTlette fell viewed as setting them apart as men. shall and Speaker -.11 'uoou IT: i who- b-v reason of with an agreement reached between republican and democratic leaders before the session opened, the usual formality of appointing a committee I trt nnrifv tho thai conirrP.KS' _. experience. are qualified to speak upon the pro- vision which should be made for the common sood and the common test of war to notify the president that congress evening left this morning Frisco for his home in Memphis. ;ho.tragedy when making a visit Tenn. The judge had been In south shortly after All nc Texas visit rig a marned daughter, ,he .ind and couldn't resist the call to stop j M Mnckeldon, were indicted lies, are A ,1 n ml Innlr K 1 H frtWfl I off at Ada and look the old town over. He says that "It is all there is any left, but they arc not able to say how long that will br. All newspapers in the state, par- the small dailies and week- facing a serious crisis due by [he Jersey County grand jury, to the shortage of paper and Inabil- September 20, last. j iijm-'i-ti.y ago, the congregation decided to was dispensed with j raise his salary m the sum ot four j becaus6, of (he president's illness. A hundred dollars, and did so, muon. formai communication of notification to the gratification of the pastor. dicn.-itchpH insrpnd. Mackelden. ily of the wholesale houses to oroveraen't, maKlng rapid progress indicted was in New York, j tlie prosont demand. nd will be a real city within the' He surrendered to the Jersey police At tho present time- the consump- next few years." Judge Currie and September 28. the editor of the News were reared Stephen M. Reddish, the murdered and lived in the same town amljniao, was one of the wealthiest res- county in Tennessee, and it was of Jerseyville, his fortunn bo- real treat to have him visit the of-1 ing' estimated at more than fice and talk over oid days. He He owned much farm property a typical southern gentleman of the land was a stockholder in the Jersey old school, and no man cau become State bank. He was K8 years old. Circuit Court Judge Jones at Jer- his friend and not be made a better man by having done so. tion is 10 per cent greater than the gross output of the mills and ,Jhe demand is Increased daily. The open market on print papor is absolutely empty and paper cannot be obtained at any prlco. "If the present supply is main- tained and every possible pound of papor saved we will be able to keep jseyville August 9, last, denied an the papers going until Christmas, i application for ball for Dr. Red-1 but after that time they will be NOTICE dish. The judge said in passing i forced to suspend says A revival meeting Is In progress upon the application, that the pre- j o. W. McKowen, manager of the at thc City Hall. The old time re-1 sumption of Dr. Reddish's guilt was'Western Newspaper Union at Okla- klnd Every one is Invited Iso strong aa to render the accept- homa City, No paper Is being sold for other purposes than actual news- paper printing, and the orders re- ceived are being only partly filled, of the wholesale houses have to come Don't stay at home and of bond inadvisable R. T. DUKE, Warrior, Ala., In harge. LO WlllVl I .criticize, but come and bring Dr Horace Augustus Reddish lived and let God's word Judge. nls father.8 ln Jeraeyvllle. ieetTng will continue Indefinitely. For a short practiced med- jeiuiifc "in i.u _ j_ iclnc (n Oklahoma, but because of some defects in his quallficatlonu! refused orders, 'and no guarantees ______ i under the state law he was not per-1 are- being made. J 'milled to practice In Illinois. Mill owners state that the sus- dPmociatic caudl-j clftrence and Dr Red.dlea penslon o, publication for the period for the United States senate. of Stephen Red-' of a month or more is the only way spetik In Ada at the district dlgh I in Ule supply can be brouKnt court room Wednesday t-veninj.'. Re-. ____________-------- back aa ,t ia impossible oember the date. All democrats will want to hear to make up the present deficit. V I UC11IW1ULU YYtil W1LUL >-V livtn The Swedish po.stoffIce department! Scott Ferris at the ,as ordered American motorcycles! room here Wednesday evening at Darters, although having web feet, br use by Its rural mall carriers. o'clock, T EXCEPT VWWtVi N, UOOt O' COVM acKos CASH gr; O. Green, of the Red Cross j ii.T Store, decided that the" raise J I should have been five hundred, and J aftor hearing what had been done telephoned tho treasurer, L. A. Elli- son, that he would go them one belter and add the extra one hun- as drafted and dispatched instead. RAILWAY STRIKERS CALL OFF THE STRIKE By the Ast-ocinted Press KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec, dollars per vear on his own i Strike of railway switchmen which hook j began here Saturday awming was We venture the assertion that the wiled off by strikers today following local Baptist minister is wondering ii ihoro ai'i; any more of the Green tribe in these parts. PRANCE WANTS TO HOLD AMERICANS UNTIL FINISH ily I ho Assocjatcd PreM PARIS, Dec. repre- isentatives the, peace conference are urging American representatives to delay their departure for home until the protocol putting Into effect the peace treaty with Germany is signed. Although today was the date for ratification, no news regarding j German intentions of signing the i protocol was at hand. SL vote taken at a mass meeting which lasted until early this morn- ing. It is understood that an an- nouncement by the vice president of the brotherhood that the strike was unauthorized and that benefits would be withheld was the reason for the action taken. Cloudy tonight-and Tuesday with W. K. RICE PLEADS GUILTY IX NEWBERRV CASE TODAY GRAND Mich., Dec. William E. Rice, local printer; and one-" of the than: ISO men in- dicted by the federal grand' jury here on charges growing out ot the Investigation of the campaign of Senator Trumnn H. Newberry last year, appeared before Judge Ses- i perch and nest in trees. probable rain turning to snow. Coldjpions in United States district court wave. Temperatu to 20 and pleaded guilty to the. charge of degrees In r.ortli and 20 to .26 in 'conspiracy in the campaign. He was south portion. released on bond, of OXR STRIKER SHOT ANI> O.VE IXJURED IN CLASH By tho Associated Frets WHEELING, W. Dec. One striker was shot to death and another seriously Injured this morn- Ing In a clash between striking steel workers and Sheriff Clayton, at Benwood. according to police re- ports here. Mr. Howaixl-Xicotloimis. Crockett Howard of Altus and Miss Billie Nicodemus of Mus- kogee were united in marriage Sat- urday night at the home of .Mrs. R. L. Weber, the sister of the Rev. C. V. Dunn performed the marriage ceremony. The con- tracting parties slipped away from their respective homes and met In Ada, where they prepared a pleas- ant surprise for their friends by joining hands (.in matrimony. The plan recommended. Mr. Baker said, looks fo the establishment of systems of schools teaching Ihe for- mal branches of education aii.-l add- ing to them the skilled trades "so nineteenth life with the physical .set-up .which. the open, athletic life of the army gives, and with education and training which will make him more valuable in civil pursuits than he could otherwise have been." Social and recreational opportunities also must be supplied, he said, so that the' graduate from, the army "will bring back with him the social virtues which result from education of -jnind and hand acquired in "an environment stimulating by the presence of high purpose and sense of service, and generous, as- sociation with his fellows." "The military policy recommended by the war department, therefore, involves a new created with a new spirit, haying wide civic use- fulness, and of such size and organi- zation as to be an adequate reliance In case of the report said. Mr. Baker said the operations in France would b.e dealt with in the special report belns prepared hy General Pershlng. Not AT. lied war council, he said, nad real- ized the effect upon Germany of the movement of troops and supplies from the United States, and :all plans hud been prepared for vigorous campaign in the spring of 1919. "Had not the troop "movement o" the summer of ISIS been carried out." he said, "the-.practicairy con- tinuous battle on the Western front (Continued on Eight)   

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