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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             The Next Big Special Picture in Ada is D. DISTRICT Cfte 6 RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 238 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY STATUS nrniKAU w ONLY WAYTO.STOP HIGH COST CROP ESTIMATES 1HITS OK- OF MV1NGplm COATS FOREFRONT KGOS, Fim COATS IX WINTER WHEAT. AM> HTXITBIhS. By News' Special Service: 'OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. condition of Oklahoma's winter wheat on December 1, according to the report issued yesterday- by the' United States Bureau of Crop Estl-l mates and the State Board, of culture, is seventy-nine per ceut. i The condition in the nation was! eighty-five and two-tenths per cent.: The acreage sown this fall was acres as compared with! 3.79S.000 last year, a decrease of twenty-six 'per cent, the acreage the nation this fall was as compared with a de-1 crease of twenty-three per cent. The condition of rye in December 1 was eighty-one per and the acreage sown this fall S.OOOi acres as compared with 10.000 ai year ago. j The acreage sown this fall is the; smallest since 1913 when the figure, vwas 2.577.000. The first year of, the war witnessed an increase of, twenty-five per cent and last year.' prompted by the possibility of an- other year of war and a guaranteed' price, the wheat acreage rose to: 147 Per cent of that sown in the; pre-war year. The average acreago sown during the five eyars of the. war period was that of the five years preceding1 acres: for the decade 6y tho Associated CHICAGO, Dec. of Illinois will lead the campaigning against the high cost of living. A woman is to1 take charge of the entire state organisation, being form- ed ip batter down prices. Mrs. Maud R, Turley. organizer of the Wo- man's Division whose powers will be even greater than those of the state fair price her first communication to women today. "Stop she said, "refuse to pay luxury prices and unreason- able cost for common food stuffs. Stop eating 51.00 a dozen eggs aud 90 cent butter. Postpone purchases of the fur coat and expensive suits for. the present and prices Will tumble. You are 90 Per cent of the purchasing power. Use that power and watch the result." jj. STAGE COMPANY FOR CHRISTMAS Policemen Joe Foster and J P Cotcher took J. 0. Curry, the wood alooho1 to Hok.enville ves- him over to'the per cent more than that sown the] year Immediately preceding the war.: Among the reasons for decreased' acreage this tall are: The high price! of cotton and the absence of guar-j anteed wheat price for 1920; dry-j ness of soil in the early part the season which discouraged plow-j itrg: excessive soil moisture follow- ing the drouth; leaving wheat in shocks and shortage of threshers' which delayed plowing; shortage and' high price of farm labor. Because unfavorable weather has prevailed this fall and the reported condition of wheat is comparatively low for this season of the it Ooes not necessarily Tf'.low that the] handicap may not be in a overcome before harvest. The fol- lowing conditions, operating in ferent parts of the state, have all] toad an influence on wheat sown this. laU: Early plowing made good start ;j late plowing caused late start: heavy rains in October injured'Stand; cool wet weather retarded growth; in' places, seedbed was poorly fields left spotted in northern coun-! ties by Hessian fly; good stand in' many localities with favorable mols-i lure and snow'conditions. I MAN SEEKING SUIT FINDS VEST MARKED DOWN TO THAT, B7 the Press CHICAGO, Dec. of five of Chicago's leading retail! yestenTay fixed a "fair list for clothing. A man's suit should! sell for they announced, aud other articles In proportion. A newspaper reporter sent out to, buy one of the suits, re-j ported that after two days' effort1 that it could not be done. "The! best I could hp reported, "was one place where they offeree reduced was arraigned boiore Park Outcher. United btates Commission- er> was Placed under a five hundred dollar bond. He had al- ready been placed under a five hun- dred dollar bond by the county au- thorities before leaving here. The fact that Curry had not ped" died any of the concoction -which he manufactured in Ada, and had kmpd no one_ ig loclieved to .be tne reasoll ,nat he is todaj, Tn f fl that he would not be ln the Pontotoc county jail at tnis time. Curry is now accountable to the United States on three counts, namely- manufacturing, transport- ing and Unlawful possession. Many Inquiries have been made both at the -city hall and at the offjceg Of the county officials to ascertain whether or not a charge of murder couW flot preferred apalnst nim DlU owing to tne ract h he h bhefore he actually sold any of tne poison and caused Kdea'h' U iE understood charges can be preferred. TO OKLAHOMA CITY Wayne Wadlington, County Attor- ney, is In receipt of a letter from Gov. J. B. A. Robertson to the effect that United States Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, will be in Oklahoma City for an address tomorrow morning at nine o'clock. .The attorney general will speak in the hall of representatives on thej question of profiteering and the high; cost of living, and the mayors-of alij cities in the state and the prosecut-j Ing attorneys of all counties in state are invited to attend the meet- ing, as also Is the Invitation extend- ed to all Interested citizens who care to attend. County Attorney Wadlington left on the Katy train this afternoon to attend the meeting. ONLY, 5 DAYS TO 5MOP JKRSKY FIRE IS UNDKR -INVESTIGATION By tht- AstocuiUMl Press DOVER, J. Dec. of the spectacular fire which swept over part of the Plcatlnny arsenal following an explosion in the re- search laboratory last night were made the subject of an official in- vestigation by ;he army officers today. The fire destroyed four buildings entailing a loss estimated as-high as Five men were in- jured, one probably fatally, but so far as could be ascertained there was no loss of life. The explosion rocked many buildings In the town and was heard for forty miles. KL'CCBSSOR TO SENATOR MARTIN UNDER ADVISEMENT By the Press WASHINGTON, Dec. call for a meeting of Democratic sena- tors Saturday to select a leader to succeed the late Senator Martin, of Virginia, was issued today by'Sen- ator Hitchcock of Nebraska who Is contesting with Senator Underwood of Alabama for the place. fiflVEimira THE MEXICAN HOTE By the Atwociutqd Prctui WASHINGTON. Dec. co's reply to the latest American note In the case of the American Consular agent Jenkins was received today at the State- Department. The official text was said to differ only slightly, from that contained In the A. P. dispatches Tuesday night from Mexico City. While officials Bald they, would have no comment to make until they ha d had time to thoroughly atudy the note, it was Indicated that at first reading tne communication had not made a favorable impress- ion. WRITES SHt BE HOME THE HOLIDAYS riNO Of 7HE WITH HER- MHO HOMES, TO 60 TO- NORTH AND NORTHEAST FERING FROM FREEZING WEATHER; SHORT- AGE WILL BE KELT. By tha Associated Press WASHINGTON, Dec. zero weather .was registered .last night and early today In .parts of New York, state and tlew England. The lowest temperature reported to the weather was at North- field, Vt., where the thermometer registered 22. degrees below, yhile the next report' was 20 below at Canton, N. Y. Zero temperatures were registered in New York City and ,it was" 5 below in Boston. The weather bureau's forecast said temperatures would moderate somewhat in the Middle Atlantic and New England states, the Ohio Val- ley and lower lake region tonight and Friday. .Cold weather conditions are gen- eral over the west plateaus but com- paratively mild temperatures prevail- ed over the west Gulf states andi on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. GOVERNMENT ANO MEAT COURT OF APPEALS JFIflMHIVE CASES By News' Special Service: OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. state- criminal court of appeals yes- i JVR.Y IN TRlVL OF -REDS IN terday affirmed five cases and re- Or Iho AMnoeinlcd WASHINGTON, Dec. tiations between the big meat pack- ers and the government, it became known today, have been going for some time .with the object of I compromising the anti-trust prosecu.' tion, which is still In the stage "of a: i grand jury Investigation, H is un-, BJ- the Awocwtrd derstood that one of the plans con-1 KANSAS CUJy, Mo., Dec, KANSAS CITY .ASKS JUDGE t 'FOR LIGHT ON SUBJECT. versed one Mace Herndon, convicted in Semi-, nole county district court on a1 charge of emberillng school fimds 'and sentenced to serve three years and pay a fine of wlll. be required to serve the penalty un- less he should secure a rehearin ''dri again today in "of packers from side lines, such as the the of members of wholesale grocery business, -which. the j w w charged with violation various reports'of the Federal ,he act, tKe jury which Commlslson have charged them wlthihad beea oul last night asked seeking to dominate. I for further''instructions. Plans have also been under con-, iiisiyucLkme fciven to the jury stderaUon by some of the night by John Ci pollock tor the separation of the corpora-, nlade u for them to bring lions into separate entities some- in a ,COnvicUon4on any of the four what otter the standard of the counts of lhe indictment, on all the Oil Company and the counts, or to convict some of the Tobacco .Company, ac- defendants upon' .one of the counts j. t.. some upon? others. The counts Standard American copied after the dissolution supreme court.' PIANO RECITAL AT NORMAL WAS lot' the indictment, are as i First, conspiracy to interfere with the enforcement and execution of criminal laws, particvilarly those made t'ov the prosecution. of the Semlnole county and is charged with embezzling funds of consolidated school districts No. 12 and 50. The reversal was the case of H. county, con- of J600 and serve five years in prison for opening and conducting a gambling game. The court'held that there was an absence of evidence to convict Jackson of "opening'and con- ducting a gambling although it was shown that a negro and a' yhite man were shooting craps in his place. l Other decisions were: John Grlsson, Jackson county, af- to serve burglary. Frank Slbenhaler, Oklahoma coun- The piano recital given at the war Normal last night by the pupils of second, conspiracy to violate the r ru.llK. aluvuua.m, UB.lauulutt 8SPioniiee act by scattering affirmed; had been convicted andi 'fined 'and sentenced to thirty days' imprisonment for maintaining a nuisance. In the information which also- charged Slbenhaler's wife and1 daughter of the offense, Slbenhaler's the Normal, was a rare treat for propaganda, advocating the over- music lovers as well as the parents throw of the governmental law and of the pupils. order. Miss Kittell was assisted by Miss Third Hankins, Instructor of violin, and draft conspiracy to defeat the; putting forth arguments the Treble Clef Club gave a beautl- ful interpretation of "Bells of St. Fourth, conspiracy to defeat the Marv s- rood and fuel act by interfering with The graceful manner In which the introduction- and hindering the eacji of the pupils executed their transportation by 'the use of sabot- part showa the cai-cfu- aKe and arKUment Miss Kittell has Riven to Tier pupils Following additional instructions during the short time Which she has ,DV- Judge Pollock, the iurv again been in Ada. A large crowd was present which shows the appreciation of the effort SUGAR LECHSLATION 'GETS public appeals urging young men notjpiaCe waa described as a. "bootleg- to offer themselves for military ser- ging Joe Hastings, Tulsa county, af-j firmed. Had been convicted and sen-' tenced to ninety days' imprisonment: retired for deliberation. which these teachers have put forth ANOTHER SETBACK TODAY In "the rendering of the recital.' And By Uio Miss. Kittell wishes to thank the WAWTNfiTfiN is patrons and those present for their in the senate today when advocates .At one of the forwards Friday lhe bm extending federal sugar will be the veteran Conn during 1920 were unable His running mate will be Chlsm' because of protracted by the Tolllver or H. Roach.' Kidd will to bnllg lo a vote the probably do the Jumping at amendments 'broadening although Sherman and Tolliver are'powers the United States good at this position. In the event, Equalization Board. scoring com'blnation. Captain In-' AND CRIME PREVALENT By tlio Awocmtwi and may get into, .the game. start afthe 1 BEI5NE, .Switzerla.nd, Dec. ever, Heard, Brents -and King are of a fresh wave of murders doing well at this end of th'e field districts of the Ukraine, occupied by General Dene- ___ ___ klne's forces, are printed in Lem- Prof. J. M. Gordon of the -Normal newspajjerg. according to Lorn- returned this morning from Pauls. bel.'e advices today. The newspa- Vftlley where he gave an adresa at 'Pers declare that in Yekaterlnoslav the dedication of the new b'igh alone there 'have been .about 5.000 school building there.' Jews killed. his possession eighty-six one-half A News reporter visited the city hall this morning and found a broad I grin on the face of every official I in the city stable. In the first place, I Commissioner of Finance, W. B. Jones, says the bonds for the water- works and other public improve- ments recently voted have 'been okayed by the state, and are -now available, and that it will be only a short time until the 'big "doings" will 'be on in full 'blast. Only a short tltne ago the city was able to make the -purchase of a quantltiy of pipe on which they saved the city several thousand dol- lars, and naturally they are very proud of the deal. Mr. Whltaker, who Is to supervise the public works here, and Mr. Deal, Commissioner of Public Works and Property, went to 'Birmingham, Ala., and- inspected the pi-pe and not only found that It that it stood more than the test required by law and that on the purchase they could save money. The Commissioner of Public Works and Property, P: H. Deal, was not found at-the city hall but It was stated that- he was some- where on Main street where the "shell holes" are being repaired very much to his satisfaction. It is understood that the reason the work has not been done sooner is due' to the fact that the crusher here has -been tied up in litigation for some time and that it was im- possible to get the-Tock any earlier. The mayor was found at his desk very 'busy, not from the fact that he had had many cases of violation of the law In his-court this morn- in'g, but due ''to the fact that he had on his desk, quite an accumula- tion of correspondence. In a city of this size the mayor is -burdened with all kinds of com- munications, and very often re- quests are made that are impossible to comply with. One1 of the things that is worrying the mayor Is'the tangle between the gas company -'and the American Refining Co., tout the mayor states that people need not worry for he is not going to suffer .any- thing to -be done that willr cause the people worry.' "All In said, "things b-re going smoothly, and I am sure that the city Qf Ada ..is just as good government as able' to, administer." By the Associated Presi NEW YORK, Dec. men of- this metropolis, who are always doing something extraordin- ary In the way of commercial achiev ment, are' going to move an entire garment ploying thousands of workers and millions of capital and housed in hundreds of buildings from one section of New York. to another. The movement, known as -the "Save Fifth Avenue" project, started sev- eral years ago and has just now as- sumed tangible form. Factories which have long de- spoiled part of America's most fa- famous shopping thorpiighfare, "scores of them, within.'.' a few .months will'.have packed .up bag and baggage arid transferred their activity to .another area Ipf Man- avenue from 30th top. 39th to establish the'garment center of the United States. Fifth avenue for years has borne the reputation of being devoted to retail shops of high and most di- versified types. Into this region of imposing .business buildings and exclusive merchants, -as time went on, the cloak 'and suit 'manufac- turers, made their way. Soon the sewing machine bade fair to el-mi- nate the yard-stick. America's prom- enade of elite trade and style was being transformed into a factory district where noon and closing hour whistles vied with limousine motor horns. These cloak and suit manufac- turers, however, most of them pa- triotic Americans and jealous of the welfare of New York, got together an-d. co-operating with a. group of men known as the "Save New York formulated plans for the erection of factory buildings 'in a" less exclusive section of the city. Carrying the idea of co-operation still they purchased many pieces of real estate, totalling 000 square'feet in the Seventh ave- nue section., and have obtained op- tions on square feet Plans now contemplate the con- struction of four co-operative fac- tory buildings of sixteen stories each with a combined floor space Of square-feet at a ..yearly rental cost of approximately 000, about 50. cents a> square foot as against a square foot which many of the manufacturers are noif paying. The men in the project estimate a saving of not less than a year in reat alone, and another similar, econ- omies, they say.' y.-ill "etfe-tively slash 'he Ivifh cost of living as re- gards women's garments." A' duction of from to per garment will be possible, they 5iy, as a result of the stoppagfe of in- flated rents. Sixty garment manu- facturers with an annual output valued at are to be- gin the new venture and other "hues of trade are to be Invited to join-the movement as its practical- ity arid wisdom are demonstrated. F, A. Jones' of Ford Motor Co. and E. C. Kelly with the Vander- slice Motor Co. of the TuJsa dis- trict for Fordson Tractors .Were vis- itors Tuesday at Fleet Cooper's oa- rage, the local dealers for the. son Tractor. whiskey and thirty-six bottles of beer. Btck Coleman, Jefferson county convicted of assault with intent toj kill and given ft term of five years; In prison. GENERAL DENEKINE'S POSITION 18 HOPELESS PEACE TREATY MAY YET COME TO FIGHT By the Anaocinlcd Freni PARIS, Dec. received the mission here concerning the forces of Petlura against the army )Of General Deneklne. The entire Bolshevik! leader In South Russia: led to the belief among -members, of the mission that General Dene-, kine's situation1 is almost hopeless. The report says that after Dene- kine's breakdown, the Bolshevik! by( means of Truskl Intends to spring! an offensive  bc held tomorrow. Cloudy tonight and Friday. Warm-' Ti v-iii >viu wnrcn th' er in the east portion: Want Ad uf the News.   

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