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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             You Will See Tarzan Lured to the Apartments of a Beautiful Adventuress Who Both Loves Him and Seeks His Today ft THIS DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 224 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY OXK OF WORLD'S ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS FORE- C.UMTAMSTS AND ART OOlj- (JOKS HIS PRKCKOKNT OF AD- LKOTOIJS DIKS AT HIS DRESSING MTCMBERS IN XKW YORK HOMtt. I PBRSON 1 MILADY'S Py tho AlwoclHted Press Iiy tho Aiutocintcd Frvss NEW YOKK. Dec. Clay WASHINGTON. Dec. Vrick. known us one of the nation's! recommendations on legislation to greatest capitalists and art collectors; combat the cost of living, labor un- died at his home here this morning; rest, radicalism, and a. readjustment lot the nation to a peaco time basis I were the features of President Wil- after a brief illness. Mr. Krick suffered an attack of j son's anunal message to congress de- ptomaine poisoning early in Xovem- j livered today, ber. He had nearly recovered from! Tne treaty, this when complications developed the President told congress, will be discussed in a separate message later, as wi'V also "ThTca'rler'T Henry day Frick Question. has formed one of the most fascimu- "fflo onl-v slnce tho ing chapters in the romance of in- dustry in the United States. At ten, established the precedent of address- ing Congross in person his message a Toy on" a'farm'in a "faniify of'only reaci b-v clerks- ordinary means, he was. at sixty, i President's principal recom- a man of so many millions that his tnendations were: fortune, like those of Carnegie and Establishment of a budget sys- Rockefeller, was largely a matter) tern for the national finances. of guess work even to himself. It! Re-orgoniatlon of the taxation has been said that he was worth morel system with simplification of tho lu- than perhaps as much come ana excess profits. as Re-a Ijustment of the tariff sys- Mr. Frick built up the greatest i tern if mcessarj to meet new world coke business in the world, and tic-] conditions to make the system such vast interests in steel j confirm with the fact that the Unit- j that he was also one of the principal ed States is "The greatest capital-: magnets in that industry and In jst in the world." j rounding out his career he became; Recognition and relief for vet-: known as one of the world's greatest i orajl soldiers of Uie world war. par- collectors of master plaintings. ticularly in the way of government Mr. Frick was born December a_s proposed by Sec. Lane, j 1S49. a; West Overton, Pa. This vil-, Proptir measures to foster the dye! stuffs lage was named after the maternal grandfather of Mr. Frick, Abram Oberholt, whose original family; name was Oberholtzer, and who set- tied in Western Pennsylvania when; that region was regarded as the1 frontier of civilization. As the set-] dements along die Allegheny and Monongohela grew, and Pittsburgh emerged from its swaddling clothes. industry, built up during the! war to keep the United Suites in-j dependent of foreign supply. j An elaborate program for rural I development in recognition of the j farmers' part in the war. At this point the President made his jnost extensive reference to the treaty by saying that the present unrest causes the are Mr. Overholt became the leading miller and distiller of Western Penn-'superficial rather than deep seated, sylvania. His daughter. Elizabeth, and they arise from or are connect- th SHAWNEE OPENS MUNICIPAL WOOD YARD; ENID PEOI'LK STAY IN BED TO KEEP FREEZING. AMERICAN LEGION BEHIND MOVE TO MAKE LUTHER, HAR- RISON'S ALL AMERICAN LAW EFFECTIVE SHAWNEE, Dec. acute has OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. the fuel situation become in thisjparently American Legion posts in married John Frick. n man en' Swiss ancestry, who at tha lime was working as an onginee In the OtTholt distillery. It wa from this union that the future capi   city's regular mill- (F ff WC COOUS GET UET CRAB NEAREST CAU, OP IVttS OFFtCt MJtVk- WVJE KD NNRVTeR NMMX-J OOOfl. the Frick coke company and in; 1X82 Mr. Frick found the Carnegie (iAMJILKKS HAWED AND FIXED brothers willing to admit him as a nicinher of their firm in considera- tion of his giving them still further Interests In his coke business thus Mr, Frick became also manufacturer of steel. Through the Home.Htead stride of 1892, Mr. Frick came Into national sentries! who noticed the "visitors railroad officials in the city. "We had a forty-eight hour sup- ply yesterday morning, but. recelv- furtlH-rj Saturday night Frank Anderson j ed no coa] last nlKht or H. j .H was iand Wick Adalr repaired to dark- c assistant general freight a great town to look into the negroes' ''OS- agent of the Frisco, said last nigh.'! ular Saturday night games. we are to coai'fo. ular Saturday nlglit games. U pon I stepping upon the porch, one. of the! IM we between the Carnegie Steel Company and Its employes over a wage scale. culminating in a strike involving thousands of men; the calling out ot the National Guard and the procla- Other roads are ination of martial law. It was at period, July 22, 18S2. that ander Bi-rkmun. a New York anar- chist, tried to ;i8sussiniite Mr. Frick. 1 ore the entire supply unless is obtained from hereto- In "rise-up" was given, and not many are aiso nara n t oy tne mints Hd bere th nero- foui Or five days minutes elapned before the negroes "rose up" and scattered In every di- rection. The police found the cards and money on the table and I lured the supposed ring-leaders. Ed Price, S. Tom Ely and Arthur Crump weroi jar rented. Torn Bly and Arthur j A Anderson, Forest AMERICAN DBI-KfiATlON and Arthur Crump weroi TO DKCKSfBEn FIP PIPTH 1 Berk man walked Into Mr. Frick's. .i.iunmu. juiu uu nuu miuuii office, drew a revolver and fired, Crump plead guilty at once, but the By tho prc" the bullet lodging in Mr, Frick's i others secured an attorney to repre-' PARIS, Dec. American neck. Mr. Frick was shot a second (Rent them The case was held over I delegation to the peace conference time and then grappled with Bork- ....._ man. During the encouter Mr. Prick was Blabbed throe times, bul ho downed his UHSalliinl and hold him until tho police arrived. Derkman was tried and sent to tho Western (Continued on Pago Four.) until Monday, when Mayor Kitchens, which was to have sailed from Brest assessed them each. Tho case's for the United States on December were appealed by Attorney John 6, has, postponed Its departure for Fair tonight and colder, except In said. Crawford. CALLING FOR KELP That, western Oklahoma is in des- perate need of fuel is the information brought in a message received this afternoon by County Agent J. B. Hill from tho State Marketing Com- mission. The people of Pontotoc county are asked to furnish at once, j if they posisbly can, wood In car j load lots to supply the need in tho western counties. .Mr. Hill is anxious to serve in this crisis and calls on all citizens of'lho county to inform him if they can supply the needed fuel. Anyone who is able to furinsh as much as a j car load of wood Is asked to get in communication with Mr. Hill Imme- diately. Missourian to Become Member Of the Cabinet CHARLES JE. BUTHENBRBG ARRESTED FOR SYNDICALISM By the Annodntod Frcu CHICAGO, Doc. E. Ruthenberg, national executive of the coal mines of America, today was under arrest here upon tele- graphic request from New York. Ru- then berg, known In radical -circles as "the most arrested man In Amer- had 'been indicted on a charge j of violation of the New York state j criminal syndical act, the m-essage homo. It was learned today. A con-j Northwest portion. Temeprature slderable part of the party, how-to 8 degrees In north and 10 to 16 The red cardinal is the nightingale ever, will leave from Brest on De- degrees In south portion. Weal, fair of the warmer parts ot America. Icembor 5. an previously arranged, 'and not BO cold. One million rounds of artillery l.lon were used In four hours battle of St. Mlhiel, age, the doing of any act of physi- sal violence, the 'destruction of or damage to any property, 'the injury to any person, or the commission ot any crime or unlawful act. as a means of accomplishing, effecting or bringing about any Industrial or po- litical ends or change, or as a means of accomplishing, effecting or bring about any industrial or poli- tical revolution or for profit; or who ______ shall openly or at all attempt to i justify by word of mouth or writ- Uy the AjMdmcU Press j tne commission or the attempt WASHINGTON, Dec. to commit sabotage, any act of phy- man Alexander of Gallipin, Mo., violence, the destruction of or resentative in congress, has been i damaKe of any property the injury named by I resident Wilson to be j to any person or commission of the secretary of commerce, succeed- any crime or unlawflli act. with the U _________'_ helps to organize or become a mem- FURIOUS EARTHQUAKES ber assembles with omiii iv or assemblage of per- OCCUR IX AS.IA MINOR gons which .teacheSi advocates or af- firmatively suggests the doctrine of criminal syndicalism, sabotage, or the necessity, propriety or expedi -j ino Associated Prcsa LONDON, Dec. earthquake ocurred In Western Asia Minor on Thursday. Seven villages ency of doing any act of physic.1 the district of Soma and Valikex- or the commission of a- ri being destroyed, according to act as a me: vices received here from accomplishing or effeAmg nople. Many persons were killed and industrial or political ends, chr injured. The two districts named In rcvo'ution or profit' 1S the above dispatch are those of a npo" Smyrna located about thirty miles i thereof Sha Punisned b- west of the Mediterranean coast. Pnsonment In the state pen.tf _____ for a term not to exceed 10 of not Congress Resumes InvestiRiithie. j or a f'neu notu By the Associated I S5.000 or by both such fine WASHINGTON, Dec. Prieonment." slonal Investigation of the alleged! Assemblage is Deni disfranchisement of negroes in south- The use of a building ern states with a view or reducing I ing place of such an asse congressional representatives of those! defined In the previous states was proposed in a resolution I prohibited in the next se Introduced today by gayS- "The owner lesse- republican of New Hampshire. The pertntendent, or person resolution was referred to senate judiciary committee. occupation of any plr ________________ roam, rooms or structt- IT" 71 ingly permits therein Miners Resent Troop Presence. By tho Awocmtat or consort of .personf PITTSBURG. Kan., Dec. ol under Howartt, president of thchtms act or wno arte Kansas mines bitterly denounced the act of Governor Allen sending troop and to the coal fields to produce coal today: "If the governor sends all the troops in Kansas down here, It will part thereof is or mils such use to guilty of a mlsda1 able upon convlr not change the attitude of the min prisonment In Howartt said. I (Continued   

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