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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Enid Bennett In Her First 1920 Paramount Picture, "Stepping Out" Showing With the "Southern Beauties" Today Jletos BIG RETURNS! VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 247 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY DECEMBER THREE CENTS THE COPY MYSTR1JY STILL Sl'UKOUNttS THK CASK OF THE MUKDKR OF ,1. STANLEY BKOWX XKAK MT. CLEMENS. PALMER SAYS THE H. C. L. WILL DROP WITH THE JANUARY THAW OF FOOD PRICES By did Associated Prttw WASHINGTON, Dec. ons named by President Wil- son in connection with the strike settlement terms to investigate wage prices into the bituminous coal in- I dnstry, settled down for business to- I dav according to reports reaching By :ht- MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich.. Dec.) the department of labor. in cities throughout thej The commission of J. Henry Rob- central west were today, searching irison {Or tno public. Lambert Peale the operators and P. White Stanley Brown a week ago was is- for the miners, declined to say sued yesterday. A man whose name whether they would a hearing! was before the vlslt to thc Ctml f'elds of further information gained by the conducting the inquiry. police tending to show that two j persons were implicated in the kill-j ing of Brown, whose bullet riddled i body was found in his three miles from this city. Dolly Bennett, who was detained in Saiidnsky, Ohio. Saturday. Har- recka Kendall, a taxi driver, and j Gladys nil former ac-: quaintauces of Brown's, who were held as material wtnesses. were re- leased today. The warrant issued for the Vester woman was based upon A REGULAR JAZZ AT THEM the story told officers Summiti, the suspected by Miss woman's The News mentioned the fact yesterday that the famous Josh Lee would be in Ada and have'an .interesting part in the program giv- roommate in Battle Creek. Michigan, j fn by members of the American Chicago. Dec. Beatrice j Vester. for whose arrest on a charge of having murdered J. Stnnly Brown at Mt. Clemens. Mich., a warrant 'r was taken out yesterday, has been, located by reporters and will sur-j render to Mt. Clemens authorities eome time today, the Herald and Examiner announced this morning.; en by Legion at the Elk's Hall, on the night of the 31st.. and in connec- i tion with this unusual feature we urn the committee has also socur- the popular Jiunes Brill Jazz- more orchestra which is something id very snappy and please the guests. The James Brill Company fairly Mrs. denied that she was mi- plicated in the killing of Brown. The newspaper recently solved two murder mysteries. It did not re- veal the whereabouts of Mrs. Ves- ler. but said that the trail was pick- ed up in Chicago and that she was with her grandmother when she was located. Englishmen Once Bis: Meat Eaters: i radiates with the pep of college life. In every minute of the program wit and humor are packed. Genuine melody and the sinuous rythm ofj America's latest music :--predominate and sparkle through- out the entertainment. The latesi 1 Broadway hits are featured. I The cfialk talks and fun pictures j by Mr. Brill, spiced with the cntcliy songs and music, give a world of charm to the evening. Their per- formance is something new and tar from ordinary. Its rare originality Can't Get It NOW Pronounce it a noveliy and a rows- i ing hit. I It is absolutely enjoyable lo every By one and will he regarded as the LONDON, Dec. best inn of the season, used to be considered the greatest meat eaters in the world. Now, de- Clares the Society of Meat Import- ers, the average Englishman eats 33 percent meat than he did before the war. Unless he can be induced to eat more of it, the coun- try will be faced with such a glut Alienation Of Ups Rob Poplar Tree Gets Shot and Entered in the Hall of Fame Wife's Affection Charged In Suit Man From A da In Oklahoma City Boy Accused of Statutory Crime Is Dismissed NEW STILL PLEAD! INSANITY FOR By the Associated Press LOS ANGELES, Dec. testimony designed to prove that the mental unsoundness of Harry New before the slaying of his fi- nancee, Frelda Lesser, at the time and afterward was expected to be introduced at the resumption today of his trial on a charge of having murdered the young woman. Miss Edna Clancy, New's half- sister, may be called to the witness stand today or tomorrow, according to the defense, to declare that an innocent act of hers led indirectly to Miss Leaser's death. What this alleged act was the defense so far has declined to state, but it has applied tho adjective "startling" to testimony expected from Miss A NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN FOB IMPROVED PRISON CONDI- TIONS TO BE MADE BY EX-CONVICTS By the Asaocixlcd Press NEW YORK, Dec. 30. A nation- wide campaign to "humanize" prisons of the United States has been undertaken by the Gray Brother- hood, an organization of reformed ex-convicts, according to a former inmate of Sing Sing who served 10 years behind gray stone walls. An- other. object of the campaign is to counteract anarchy for, he said "of the SOO'OOO convicts, men and wo- men, who annually emerge from American prisons fully 90 percent are potential Bolshevists." This man, a product of the New- York slums, who not only redeemed his own life but saved two younger brothers from criminal careers, all as the result of the Mutual Welfare work at Sing Sing of which the Gray- Brotherhood movement is an off- By tho Associated PrfEB WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.-An-l American pen- nounccment was made at the White i al institutions are being surrepti- tiously flooded with radical litera- ture, with leaflets of "hope to the I oppressed" and that the secret niove- ment to Bolshevize the nations pris- House today that Norman B Hap- good, whose appointment as minis- ter to Denmark, was confirmed by the senate, tendered his resignation lo President Wilson two weeks ago: w v, A r with the request that it be accepted beinS combatted from th. "quickly" so that he could answer charges 'by Harvey's Weekly that; inside. He said supported. by the n he had sought financial assistance efforts o 18 000 o, this in this country for the Russian Sov- Grav Brotherhood, its unnamed lead- let authorities The resignation was accepted. In view ot the state department officials, Mr. Hapgood's commission to Denmark expired with the sen- ate's ending its special session last week without acting on his nomina- tion. Mr. Hapgood requested that he be not given a recess appoint- ment. i er known as the Gray Brother hopes SENATOR HIRAM JOHNSON KILKS FOR PRESIDENCY By tho Associated Pretts PIERRE, S. D., Dec. S. Senator Hiram Johnson of California loday filed with the secretary of state" announcement of his candi- dacy for the republican nomination for "president. He will be an inde- i pendent candidate tor endorsement at the South Dakota primary in March. A young man was arraigned in Jus- j Brown's court this morning on! of meat as it. has never had before. The annual consumption of meat in :he United Kingdom before the Decv. A pop- lar tree at Sparianbiirg. S. C., the top of which was shot off during the Fourth of July celebration in That defendant overpersuaded the OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 30. (Spe-j plaintiff's wife and got her to leave j H. Ernmerson, salesman! I her home and family is the allega-jor wjlo is bere .visiting his un-'a charge of rape in the second de-j lion of Jim Myers in a damage I rjt, Q p; (Jutliu, 635 East Sixth! give. The prosecuting witness is suit filed in district court yesterday j llp alld sixteen years of age and the defend-! i Princess Louise a TfiAv war was about T.SOO.OOO tons, says' hns ln ,hl, Hall the importers. It Is now only for trees which are being 200.000 tons. And this they con- the American Forestry; tend is due entirely to the high. conw.s ibe' nomination of Ihe cost s'ill maintained. Englishmen under which the Indians and white and Knglishwoinen. too. arc just as settlers came to an agreement fond of meat as ever, but they can-. garding iron ore to be used In mak- not afford to eat as much of it as jni; kettles. Kalph 0. Smith of Clr-! against Lum Howard. Plaintiff asks for damages in the sum of He is. represented by It liosa Myers joins her husband co-plaintiff. in casL and a diamond stick; ant himself only seventeen. When i By tin. Associated Prow 'clock C Roland" valued at at 9 las', night. The holdup between Sev- I'liiiiitlff alleges that he married and Eighth streets on Phillips 00'11' ihe case was railed for preliminary BERLIN, Dec. Lou- heariiig. Jno. P. Crawford, attorney ise, the divorced wife of Prince Phil- t'or the defendant, submitted a of and daughter cision of the supreme court to the the late King Leopold II., Of the trines in prisons, Jnils and to make prison reform a plank in. the platform of one of the big polit- ical parties in the next president- ial campaign. He' is reputed to be la man of great influence in Wash- ington and to be the intimate of sev- eral sen'alors. The former Sing Sing inmate said that the Gray Brother was back of a prospective of Jc'.iet. Illinois, pris- on, intended to be the first of. the Brotherhood's national prison reform program. "If the Gray Brother should come in here now and tell me to jump out of that (a four story leap) "I'd do it at confided tho former inmate of Sing Sing. "We all would trust him with our lives nnd. believe me, this prison investigation backed by him is go- ing to be a thorough job. The peo- ple outside haven't any idea of how- Bolshevism is spreading in the prU- ons. A few days ago four Reds, it j was discovered -by our men. ac- tually had themselves convicted so they could work behind the- bars. i "The Reds have their literature in the public libraries, some teach- ers in til? public schools are 'sym- pathetic' and for some time they have been distributing their doc- they to. yers in 1904. That of this avenm-, el'fect that where the prosecuting Belgians, is reported to have become houses to win three children have been "It was a !all) and short witness is over sixteen and the de- a millionaire fifty t'mes over, reck-> in and 1910 plain- was the description furnished by fendam under eighteen there cannot Oned in Austrian kronen At the; wno have an to! Kmmursoii to the. police. be any conviction. In compliance'. beginning of the war ?he was in against society. his share crop-i A. H. Emmeraon has been work- with this decision ihe court dismiss- ,he territory ot the Central Powers.' hood alive alleged The Gray to their propaganda, Major General Barry Died in Washing-ton Early This Morning- ihe Sir Joseph Hooker Oak per. That in 1919 defendant began ling for some time as traveling so-, ed the case against him and a, to talk to Kosa Myers and tell for a farm paper. He form-i w-as discharged. J stand in I he By Iru- AsioeihUHi rrttis WASHINGTON. Dec. ,10.- Major General Thomas H. Barry, retired, _T u rv formed commander of the central I JjnClerWOrlu I4ueen department, and the department ofj the east, died at the Walter Reed i Hospital here early today after un; illnes.-- of three weeks. Uraemlc: poisoning was the direct cause of i his death. I Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed. Oil JUCilt'll J I WIM'i til j i t i v i it Chico California. Ocneral Sherman lil1 was loo good a woman to erly W01-ked at cigar s that men could P.. nuff her o ,he Harris EVIOEHCE SCAITEREB wick. clk 1763 It Itet- k own tot ha me has a circumference her happy ever after-' That Rosa Myers hud been In s, to believe whatever she was told. Plaintiff further alleges that de- fendant took the clothing of the said Rosa Myers and hid them in his barn, and that the said Rosa Brightens Life in HAITI A! left her home and went to purreeLIUII nuiuej thc of one Jlw HisaWi 80Uth, by tho 1'rt'Hh DETROIT, Mich., Dec. Christmas dinner of inmates of the Detroit house of correction this year WASHINGTON. Dec. was made brighter by a gift of Ba-ry was 0-1 years old and was re- from Sophie Lyons Burko, tin (I from the army last October IS, Once known as "queen of the uuder- at which time he was commander of; and widow of "Hilly the Central Department with head-: ri.lU1 ,0 h.lvt, bc.en hllown ,'o tno po. (lunrtcrs at Chicago. Uetoru all Ibe capitals of the world. lie ttmt itn- OMIH; National Army division at Camp Grant. Illinois. After his retirement Hn- general came to Washington. His wife and Ins sou. John, when he died. age of 7-1 she has decided the rem: to the needy. j east of Ada, where she remained for some days. Afterward, according to previous arrangement, she met the defendant at Tupelo and wen I with him as his wife and did there commit acts of adultery with de- fendant. Defendant then brought Rosa Myors back to Tupelo in his car and returned to the said Hlsaw's. Afterward the said Rosa Myers became very ill and returned to her husband. When she had By tho WASHINGTON', Dec. 30. Evi- dence scattered .by the department of justice relative to the alleged1 leak in decisions of thc United States supreme court will be sub- milled to a federal grand jury here in January, it was announced loday at the department of justice. The .government's is prac- to spend the remaindi.-r of hor she saw that she i. she de- done wrong recovered neciod had and admitted to her lically i-omplelcd, officials said. The nattirr of Ihe obtained was no: disclosed excc-ji: officials pre- dlded thai officers would be con- KKMIWEI) HOI'E FOR THE RESCUE OF BOAT'S lly tho Prfisrt ST. JOHNS, Nowfoundlnnd. Dec. HO. Hope for the rescue of the five men of Ihe Belgian steamer Anton Van- Drlel, who had been lashed to the bridge of the wrecked vessel since yesterday, was renewed today when daybreak showed the storm passing and the seas much calmer. It is believed that a steamer sent from here would reach the scene of the wreck early today and there was a chance that her boats might be able to take oft these survivors of ihe crew of thirty. The other members of the crew were lost yesterday IP trying to roach shore in their boats, nt'ter the Van Driel had gone on the rocks near Ihe entrance of St. Mary's Bay. iiis bedside1 scribed as I have given more than away lo such as these siuci' my husband 
                            

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