Ada Evening News, December 30, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Enid Bennett in Her First 1930 Paramount Picture, Stepping Out Showing With the “Southern Beautied’ —Liberty Todag ®[)e gfoa Caning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 247ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 30,1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY NAMED ll SMM MYSTERY STILL SLH HOUNDS TRK CASB OF TRK MURDER OF J. STAN LBY BROWN NEAR MT. CLEMENS. By th* Associated Presa WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.—Three niit'.on* named by President Wilson in connection with the strike settlement terms to investigate wage prices into the bituminous coal in-- j    dustry, settled down for business tony the Associated pre**    day according to reports    reaching MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich.. Dec. i the department of labor. 30—Police in cities throughout the The commission of J. Henry Rob- Zn,Tr' TW*vJI!"*, ,0dah s‘‘lrchinR inson for the public. Lambert Pele for C. L. Nester for whom a war-! ^ rant charging the murder of J. I *or the operators and John P. Vi hits Stanley Brown a week ago was is- for the miners, declined to say sued Yesterday A man whose name whether they would hold a hearing was withheld bv officers was also . .    _    . ..    . being searched for. and as a result j before the visit to the coal fields in of further information gained by the conducting the inquiry. police tending to show that    two I    -♦— - persons were implicated    in the    kill ing of Brown, whose bullet riddled body was found in hi? automobile three miles from this city. Dolly Bennett, who was detained in Sandusky, Ohio. Saturday, Har-recka Kendall, a taxi    driver,    and Gladys Summits all    former    ac quaintances of Brow'n’s. who were! held as material wtnesses, were released today. The warrant issued for I The Mews mentioned the fact ii!    T°,?an„,ras    ^    U.?,0n    yesterday that the famous Josh Summit! ' en In.J.1.'..,7"    L>nn'?i^S I-w    would    be    in Ada    and have an sumnutt. the suspected    woman al a ___ roommate in Battle Creek.    Michigan.*    p    pre gram gu- PALMER SAYS THE H. C. L. WILL DROP WITH THE JANUARY THAW OF FOOD PRICES A REGULAR JAZZ BAID AT THE LEGION PAICE en by the members of the American Chicago. Dec. 30.—Certie Beatrice    a<    ,he    EIk‘*    HaI1-    0,1 ,h<> Vester. for whose arrest on a charge n^*11    31st-    an(^    *n    connec- -- -—.....-    lion    with    this    unusual    feature    we learn the committee has also secur- of having murdered J. Stanly Brown at Mt. Clemens. Mich., a warrant    .    _    _ was taken out yesterday, has been ^    popular    James Brill Jazz- located by reporters and will sur render to Mt. Clemens authorities Borne time today, the Herald and Examiner announced this morning. Mrs. Vester denied that she was implicated in the killing of Brown. more orchestra which is something really new and very snappy and will be sure to please the guests. The James Brill Company fairly radiates with the pep of college life. In every minute of the program wit and humor are packed. Genuine The newspaper recently solved two wn apa humor are pacaea. ue murder mysteries. It did not re- Dle^I and    sinuous    rythm    of America's latest music craze—Jazz j —predominate and sparkle through-' out the entertainment. The latest I Broadway hits are featured. The chalk talks and fun pictures j by Mr. Brill, spiced with the catchy songs and music, give a world of charm to the evening. Their performance is something new and far* from ordinary. Its rare originality I Can’t Get It Now pronounce it a novelty and a rousing hit. “......1    It    is    absolutely    enjoyable    to    every    J Br rn* Associated Priss    one    and    will be regarded as the Teal the whereabouts of Mrs. Yester. but said that the trail was picked up in Chicago and that she was with her grandmother when she was located. —:-.a- Englishmen Once Big Meat Eaters; NEW STILL PLEADING Br the Associated Presa LOS ANGELES. Dec. 30.—More testimony designed to prove that the mental unsoundness of Harry New before the slaying of his finance^ Freida 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 halfsister, may he called to the witness stand today or tomorrow, according to the defense, to declare that an innocent act of hers led indirectly to Miss Lessor’s death. What this alleged act was the defense so far has declined to state, but it has applied the adjective “startling” to testimony expected from Miss Clancy. HAPGOOD RESIGNS TO E NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN FOH IMPROVED PRISON CONDI-HONS TO BE MADE BY EX-CONVICTS LONDON, Dec 30.—Englishmen best tun of the season. used to be considered the greatest meat eaters in the world. Now, declares the Society of Meat Importers, the average Englishman eats 33 percent lAs meat than he did before the war. Unless he can be induced to eat more of it, the country will be faced with such a glut of meat as it has never had before. The annual consumption Poplar Tree Gets Shot and Entered in the Hall of Fame Alienation Of Wife*s Affection Charged In Suit WASHINGTON. Decv. 30 —A pop- That defendant overpersuaded the j plaintiff’s wife and got her to leave her home and family is the allegation of Jim Myers in a damage »vti,uui|/t i vt a i of^meat *ar !ree at Spartanburg. S. C.. the I    in    district    court    yesterday in the United Kingdom before the    which    was shot off dui war was ahniit I SOO OOO tons savs    Fourth    of    Jui> celebration “U I p* * SZI, V/ • 9 i •*"    .    *    •    *    ^ which was shot off during fgai,18t hum Howard. Plaintiff asks * *    in    or «a,1!aRes in the sum of $10,125. oKm,t I finn non    inc rounn ox JUiv ceieoraiion in ,,     fiu.uo ”    if J' J®    I    1832. has bevil entered in the Hall | ta. represented by Ii. C. Roland Inn...    , a .h th    of Ka“* for tre*‘* which are bein*: l,nRa M>fr»    Join* her husband as 200 000 tons.    And this they con- com „ed bv ,h(. AlIlerioan Forestry fo-plsmUtt f Ann IC n IIC, sat; ft VASI V f A f HU >1 I CV h    *    IMflltfttlr# Hold Ups Rob Man From Ada In Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 30. (Special)—A. H. Em merlon, salesman of Ada. who is here visiting his uncle. G. E. Gatlin, 635 East Sixth street, was held up and robbed of $280 in cash and a diamond stick pin valued at $100 at 9 o’clock last night. The holdup occurred between Sev- Bog Accused of Statutory Crime Is Dismissed By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Dec, 30.—Announcement was made at the White House today that Norman B Hap-good, whose appointment as minister to Denmark, was confirmed by the senate, tendered his resignation to President Wilson two weeks ago with the request that it be accepted “quickly” so that he could answer charges by Harvey’s Weekly that he had sought financial assistance in this country for the Russian Soviet authorities The resignation was accepted. In view of the state department officials, Mr. Hapgood’s commission to Denmark expired with the senate’s ending its special session last week without acting on his nomination. Mr. Hapgood requested that he be not given a recess appointment. —;    .    7...... ,    *    *    '    compiled bv tne American Forestry jvv    extend is due eit!irel> to the high    the    nomination    of    the    tree1    laiutiff    alleges    that    he    married    *    Bnth    and    Eighth streets on Phillips cost still maintained. Englishmen und#r which the indians and white Rosa, Myers in 1904. That of this avenue. and Englishwomen, too. are just as settlers came to an agreement re- marriage three children have been    “It wa?    a talL and short man,” fnmi r\f rvteaa? na    Kilt    I    hut    i^an.    :___^ t  a i  t. bOTIl Tliat in I QI fi onH I Cl I A nUu    j____»____i __a «__ fond of meat as ever. but they can- yarding iron ore to be used in mak not afford to eat as much of it as jn^ kettles. Ralph G. Smith of Cir they used to. cleville, Ohio, enters the Logan Elm Major General Barry Died in Washington ,    1918 and 1919 plain-1 was the description furnished bp tiff lived on a farm belonging to I Emmerson to tho police. ,„^UI1 Dllll    defendant    and whs his share crop-1 a H Emmerson has been work- in that city; C. C. Royce nominates    I    19 defendant began jng for some Ollie as traveling softie Sir Joseph    Hooker Oak at    ?    ^ °    *{osa Myers and tell heriisc;.or for „ farin Daoer He form. Chico, California.    General Sherman    j {bat    she was too good a woman to!er]v wor)ied at Die cigar stand iii } estimated that 7.000 men could w‘th Plaintiff, advising her to j ^-IJS Hotel I stand in the shade of this tree.    i    leave    her    husband    and felling h«r    •*. I Live Oak’’ in the South, at Bruns wick. Ga., known to be a veteran in 1763. It has a circumference of Bf lr* Auoeitinl Pres* WASHINGTON. Dec. 30.—Major 26 feet-General Thomas H. Barry, retired.    _    * formed commander of the central JUllCiCrWOriU QU66II department, and the department of the east, died at the Walter Reed Hospital here early today after an Hines.- of three weeks. Uraemic poisoning was the direct cause of his death. Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed. —     ct---- stand in tne snaae or mis tree.    I *?ave J161* husband and telling her Early This Morning A. D. Dart nominates the “Largest mak^h^ *ier a divorce *    1    Live    Oak’’    in    the South, at Bruns-i a . “J**6 ner happy ever after ward. That Rosa Myers had been in bad health lo 1919, was very nervous, and for that reason was ready ■ to believe whatever she was told. Plaintiff further alleges that defendant took the clothing of the said Rosa Myers and hid them in #    his barn, and that the said Rosa Correction Home Myer* left ht*r home and went to the home of one Jim Hisaw, south-“    east of Ada, where she remained , for some days. Afterward, according The!*0 Previou8 arrangement, she met the defendant at Tupelo and went with him as his wife and did there Brightens Life in By the Associated Pres* DETROIT, Mich.. Dec. 30 Christmas dinner of inmates of the Detroit house of correction this year WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.—General was made brighter by a gift of Barry was 64 years old and was re- fi00 from Sophie Lyons Burke tit-, ti from the army last October ll once known ag    (hp    under_ r^WCentr"r^7m^“Th h^S- W°rld" Wid°W °f Burke”- guar,err at Chicaco Befwe that said lo have b*en known *° ,he Tice of all the capitals of the world. commit acts of adultery with defendant. Defendant then brought Rosa Myers back to Tupelo in his car and Sire returned to the said Hiaaw’s. ^■TLEAK EVIDENCE SCATTERED By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. — Evidence scattered by the department of justice relative to the alleged leak in decisions of the United States supreme court will be submitted to a federal grand jury* here in January, it was announced today at the department of justice. The government’s *ase is practically completed officials said. The nature of the evidence obtained was Afterward the said Rosa Myers I no: disclosed except officials pre-became very ill and returned to her dieted that officers would be con-nushand. When she had recovered ' nee ted. her health she saw that she had j     ♦___ done wrong and admitted to her he organized and trained the 86th ....    , _-    .    .    , National Army division at Camp *ie ago of * * 8tl<1 ^as decided Grant, Illinois    to    remainder    of her life After bis retirement the general in Riving to the needy.    1    wrong    ana    aunuued to her I W\^£ I 4 D    I came to Washington. His wife and But her Christmas gift. bile do- hll®bf'ld tbat,sl\e had done wrong I\ J/QfOnQgnt lf O Ult (I his son, John, were at his bedside    scribed as “trifling”. I have given • al, i!lat 8 **    .    been    overpersuad- wh»*n he died.    .more than $15,000 away IO suchir . .,at "»>«• admit* to her hus- ---*——--- as these since my husband died two |?hh_,    d*‘    ^"dant    is    father (HtltKK TO HKTFItMIVK    months .tho.” she    said. "Ifs hon- orwherefor* nllinttrr hrt..„    hi. THE H Tt ltK OF    FU ME    < - money and    ifs mine. few j suU fo,    damaaea ti the sum    n? *”    *«' r ,    think or care about those men aud    The    defendant.    Lum    How LOME, Dec. 23.—Cap! D    Anunzio    women shut away    in the institutions aid. is    represented bv Kiln:    Albas ordered a third clemency at    hk<* that. I care. I have been one I Crawford    as attorneys Flume to determine the future or of them.”    I     9    ' tha/ city, according to Epoca.    According to her statement she j FOURTEEN THOUSAND SHrvr _    ♦    Ijjpi refUge<j lo gen fionip valuable    — Commissioners Brumley and    reaj estate because she intends to Laughlin, Milton Garner and O. N.; bequeath it as a home for the blind W alker, secretary of the Chamber    soldiers. of Commerce, left this afternoon ‘     ~~~+- Over on Charge Of Larceny for Oklahoma City where they will! WOOD FOK PRESIDENT make another effort to secure the convict road camp for Pontotoc county. Hear the High School Band and GirPa Glee auh at the First Methodist Church tomorrow night Readings. solos, quartette, etc., by best local talent. No admission. No collection.    12-30-lt. HEADQUARTERS OPENED By th# Anmx-tated Pr«ee CHICAGO* Dec. 30.—Headquarters of the organization promoting the candidacy of Leonard Wood for the Republican preaidentlal nomination was established at the Congress Hotel today. William C. Proctor of Cincinnati, head of the organisa-t*on took charge of Ute campaign. The preliminary trial of Henry Yancey, charged with grand larceny, was held in Justice Anderson’s court yesterday. Yancey is accus-Four-1 ed of stealing a load of cotton from BY REDS IT IS REPORTED By the Aswx*intcd Frees BERNE, Switz., Dec. 30.    _    _ P78D0nB "eIe-?hot by I lien "Nlf hoVn 'n("r l h west'' nfAd a son." first thri^. mi1ni>h.^f iQiQUk *be days ago. the cotton being valued first three months of 1919 by order 1 at ahnut 47ft ftft    Aft«r    rtncr it,0 of this (‘vtraorHinarv    !    aD<>wt    $7U.oo.    After hearing the of the extraordinary committeo at Moscow, according to the Bolsheviki organ of investigators at Moscow, says a dispatch received here.   * — if ani age Licenses William Parrott, 23* Princeton. Ind.; UU ie Robb, 19* Ada. Edgar Finley, JI, Francis; Ira Justus, 19, Francis. w testimony in the case the court decided that the evidence was suffi-vlent to warrant holding defendant for the district <ourt and fixed his bond at $500.90. *— - WGATHHB forecast Fair tonight and warmer In east and west portion. Wednesday colder in northwestern portion. A young man was arraigned in Jus-t:ee Browns court this morning on a charge of rape in the second degree. The prosecuting witness is sixteen years of age and the defendant himself only seventeen. When the case was called for preliminary hearing, Jno. P. Crawford, attorney for the defendant, submitted a de^ cision of the supreme court to the effect that where the prosecuting witness is over sixteen and the defendant under eighteen there cannot be any conviction. In compliance with this decision the court dismissed the case against him and he was discharged. SENATOR HIRAM JOHNSON FILES FOR PRESIDENCY By the Associated Press PIERRE, S. D., Dec. 30.—U. S. Senator Hiram Johnson of California today filed with the secretary of state By the Associated Press NEW YORK, Dec. 30.—A nationwide campaign to “humanise” tho prisons of the United States has been undertaken by the Gray Brotherhood, an organization of reformed ex-convicts, according to a former inmate of Sing Sing who served IO years behind gray stone walls. Another . object of the campaign is to counteract anarchy for, he said “of the 500’000 convicts, men and women, 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 offshoot, declared that American penal institutions are being surreptitiously flooded with radical literature, with leaflets of “hope to the oppressed” and that the secret movement to Bolshevize the nations prisons is being combatted from th# inside. He said that, supported by the efforts of 18,000 members of this Gray Brotherhood, its unnamed leader known as the Gray Brother hopes to make prison reform a plank in the platform of one of the big political parties in the next presidential campaign. He‘ is reputed to be a man of great influence in Washington and to be the intimate of sev-| eral senators. The former Sing I Sing inmate said that the Gray j Brother was back of a prospective I ’nvestigation of Joliet, 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 window,” (a four story leap) “I’d do it at once”, confided announcement of his candi- da5j“r,‘he repiiblican nomination j ;i>7'formVYma”e “oT Sing““sbTg“ iH'nrlpnf^ n^    ^,an lnd®T i “We all would trust him with our pendent candidate for endorsement <    ^ at the South Dakota primary in >ve» a»d. believe me, this pnson J investigation backed by him is go at March. Princess Louise a Millionaire Fifty Times, They Say ing to be a thorough job. The people outside haven’t any idea of how Bolshevism is spreading in the prisons. A few days ago four Reds, it was discovered by our men, actually had themselves convicted so they could work behind the bars. “The Reds have their literature in the public libraries, some teachers in the public schools are ‘sym- RKNEWKD HOFE FOR THE RESCUE OF BOAT’S LOST By the Associated Press ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, Dec. 30.—Hope for the rescue of the five men of the Belgian steamer Anton Van Driel, 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 off these survivors of the crew of thirty. The other members of the crew were lost yesterday ii* trying to reach shore in their boats, after the Van Driel had gone on the rocks near the entrance of St. Mary’s Bay. ROILAND MARSHALLS HER ENTIRE ARMY ON FRONTIER By Hie Associated Presa ROME, Dec. 29.—Poland has marshalled her entire army along the Russian frontier to form a barrier against the western spread of Bolshevism, according to an interview with Cardinal Karkawski, archbishop of Warsaw, printed in the Corriere D‘ Italia. The cardinal says, however, that Polish detachments are too weak to withstand the pressure from the east which may last from 20 to 25 years. By the Associated Press BERLIN, Dec. 29.—Princess Lou- — ......-    «------   —    — i8e, the divorced wife of Prince Phil-1 pathetic’ and for some time thej ip of Saxe-Coburg, and daughter of j have been distributing their doeth© late King Leopold II,, of the trines in prisons, jails and work-Belgians, is reported to have become * houses to win over to their side the a millionaire fifty t*mes over, reek-* army of discontented malefactors oned in Austrian kronen At the who have an alleged grievance beginning of the war she wras in | against society. The Gray Brother-the territory of the Central Powers.1 hood i* alive to their propaganda She is stated to have only just re-1 however, and hopes to abolish it ceived 5,000,000 francs left to her; One of the best way** to stop it is out of her father’s estate and thanks! to treat convicts like human beingi to the present rate of exchange, has j instead of beasts and give them a obtained 50,000,000 kronen.    !    chance to redeem themselves. Th€ The Princess is now living at Hit- state is breeding anarchists bj z'ng, near Vienna.    turning at large men and women who have been brutally treated and who leave prison with hearts filled with the desire for retaliation and revenge. V 4.    1    i    “Under the old system a kind- Kentucky House hearted warden is engaged in mak- ! ing healthy burglars and porch Republicans Hold Majority in the By the Associated Press FRANKFORT, Ky., Dec. 30.— Convening of the Kentucky General Assembly here January 5, will find the republicans holding a majority in the house of almost fifteen votes, and lacking control of the senate climbers of first offenders. THt prison experience did a man no good and he had no conception of right and wrong, no sense of responsibility to society, when he came out With our method it is different. As an illustration, there are 1,600 form- by 2 votes.'The November "elecUons! *rr “-conIvlc*s an? n'embeTra °f ‘h* boosted the republicans to control in.    !!e    'eaene> , Tf. the house, but democrats, although ^ °* them are making ^ood losing many seats, retained a senate \ Most of them are young and of tbs majority because of “leftovers” of 15Q0 more than 400 were in the the last legislature.    j army or navy during the war. They Lieut. Governor E. Thurston Bal- Include former burglaa^Tbox men) lard will preside over the senate.; and similar so-called (f tC** thieves. It is probable that action on the “Since Thomas Mls\t Osborne, constitutional Woman Suffrage am-j former warden at Sing Sing, took endment will be taken up shortly j charge of the naval prison at Porta-after the convening, according to* mouth, N. H., three years ago, he apparently well informed opinion. has been instrumental in retwning Two measures under preparation, 10.000 former inmates, men ‘mad* KICAK ADMIRAL PILLSBURY DIKD IN WASHINGTON TODAY By t!ie AssooiaUx. Pixes* WASHINGTON. Dec.    30.—Rear Admiral John E. Pillsbury, retired, dropped dead at his home here today. Washington, Dec. 30.—Admiral Pillsbury was bom in Massachusetts in 1846 and entered the Naval Academy in 1891. He was retired for age with 25 year# sea duty to his credit in 1998, having attained the rank of Rear Admiral the same year.    - Vs ; would provide a public library in    in    character to    the Unitec towns and'cHies^ bian°heS in a11, States navy, enough to man three Reorganization of the public batt,?ship*' The ^e-ent ’crime school system is likely to be pro-. wave m Chicago is due to bad oris-vided for in several bills Governor 011 treatment and the desire of ex-Edwin P. Morrow, first republican, convicts to gel ev^n’. If it had noi governor of Kentucky since 1907, been for Osborne’s administrator has announced that he favors a con- *u New York prisons New York structive reorganization of the school would be suffering from the same system.    evil.” * d   I *- FEDERAL HARBOR UNION ON STRIKE IN HAVANA By the Associated Press - HAVANA, Cuba, Dec. 30.—Members of the Federal Harbor Union, said to number several thousand, went on strike last night after demanding an increase in wages from 80 to 40 per cent, which has been refused.^ HOPES ARE RAISED IN SUPREME COUNCIL CIRCLES By *he Associated Press PARIS, Dec. 30. — Hopes have again been raised in the supreme council circles of an early exchange of ratification of the treaty of Versailles. The end of the first week in January is given now as Urn probable date when the treaty will be put into effect. ;

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