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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma David W. : Griffith Produced the Artcraft Picture, “The Girl Who Staged at Homer A Great Achievement, Showing at Liberty TodayChe !Hfcia evening Jockos VOLT’ME XVI. NUMBER 126 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY Labor Union Heads Try to Coerce Congress by Threat of Revolution SECRETARY OF WAR RAKER RELAXES [ FROM THE STRAIN OF WAR DUTIES £ THE PEOPLE AUK NOT C«)1XG TO HILO Til KIK HANDS, SAYS organizer labor LEADER. »> Newt* S|xyi«I ?*rxlc^ 1 WASHINGTON, ATIK. 7. lmme- “BRINGING HOME THE BACON” SOLD AT COST BY" NEWARK S POPULAR MAYOR diate relief from the high cost of living or social revolution. This was the ultimatum th it or-j - -    gauls**! labor delivered directly to| congress yesterday. OUDKll toxins AS lUCSTLT til*' phe workers’ attitude was pre-LA HOR THOI HUK THROUGH- tented by Warren S. Stone, grand OLT tor NTICA AND CRH*-    ihief cl the Brotherhood of Loco- PLKS TRAFFIC.    mot,vc Engineers, and Frank Mor- dsnn, secretary of the American j    __ Federation of Labor, appearing be- fore the house committee on inter-j Bf the Associated Tres* Railroad administration officials    an() foreign commerce in sup- WASHINGTON, Aug. in Ada were advised troiu s.ipu pa    of lhv plumb plan for gov-    . ices of practically all im- Tuesdav    that an OHibargo    had    bt t    eminent ownership of railroads. Mr. I    .    . , . , __    tm,ii    portant    foods    have shown a sub stantial increase during the last year, stacks of foods held in storage June 1st of this year were approximately 20rA greater than those held on the same date in 1918, ac YET PRICES SOAR WUJEK KEOKUK STRI KH ON ACCOUNT OF THE HIGH COST OF RIVING. 7.—Al- placed on    freight    shipments from    gtone    sai(j. all points    in this    division, due to    lu-ltet    Must    Now. the labor    trouble    in the jail wav unions.    "I    want    to    say    one    thin*.-    and    I The order advised that the rail- say it in no spirit of threat, I roads would not accept any freight J simply want to state it as a fact - carload lolts or less, except perish- and that is. unless congress or cordin^ to a memorandum showing able goods or livestock in carload someone tunis a solution lot t m relation between storage figures amounts These two commodities, problem within two or three months* The order said, will be accepted    »■»! I don’, mean a year or two IHC n “H1VM1 ,/v».    ^    v    ..    ~----« and prices issued by the federal the order said, will    be accepted    -    aon iii m-nait yr., u. ttrade    commission today. “subjeei IO delay in    transportation    you are    Wing ^ ^    ^ ||j||||ry <)(    To    show lhat the law    of supply due to labor trouble.    this    mnntrv    and demand is not    working, the A similar order has been issued ; oooole are not going to fold commission listed many staple foods bv J. H. Doggrel. superintendent    hands    while    they starve. They which. June 1st. showed an increase for the Frisco lines at Springfield, ^ gl)ing to die fighting.”    of stocks withheld from market 1 Mo., stating that no freight would    bv    ranging from three to two hundred I be accepted for shipment except    9    *    j and ninety-eight per cent over stocks perishable goods, livestock and mer- This declr ©lion was backed up ;    june    ist,    1918.    .Stocks of frox- chandlse from    connecting, until by Mr. Morrison just before the|en fowjg showed a maximum in- further notice.    adjournment of the afternoon sea- i crease of two hundred and ninety- A large number of    trainmen have    Bion.    The federation official was    eighl    per cent> aut* despite this    fact been thrown out of    *ork. because    greatly    excited. Looking defiance    increa8ed three    cents    per more than half of the switch en- ai the member* ot the commute©*! und as did other foods. Kines operating at the Tulsa termin- he shouted:     —----- gines will be tied up also.    ®    -    1    8    *    -    m    - At Sapulpa 3 50 shopmen *sp<'rat a rv    of War Newton Baker write recreation. When    ever pos- helpers walked    out    Tuesday . «    I    .    .. 1 . H ... a «< f    f K n et ra lr, a * _.1    ii... .. a    ... i .I n    ct pill.) fi 'Ails. >evman ut «.ti .tr» iuu       -    — •* ---- .    .... .    .    __Klip    sible he steals away from the strain joined the nation-wide strike for photog* aphe oi .ie p ,    ^    ^    office Guiles for an hour    or    tw o    national agreement submitted ti  petter commons anwims in Potomac Park. Washington. D. C.    Q{    tennis Thig photograph    is    one    railroads, demanding 85 cents an    fare    of the workers.” while playing a spirited set of    ten-    ot    the very few taken of the    Sec-    hour and double time for overtime,    Morrison was moved nis Tennis is the Secretary’s    fav-    retarv in sporting pose.    together with back pay from Jan-    this    warning by the charge    c __________  nan’ I    SAIA    fiat    IYM    VWhstfM    rf'DU bl A IK Iii UU III ai •    *’lloo    vv*    vu    Iii lllt^ v ll > lllv UUllovo, Fi;uvv many friends in Ada with whom; tiong and public buildings. This is through the city departments. Thou-she was associated during her stay Mayor Charles F. Gillen’s first move sands took advantage of the oi er. nf Remelt East Central, who will regret' OI K' Pl    ____ ______.    Innvn    «♦' hor fothor’fi “Glad to Preach In a Mule Shed,” Said Ham Today around and squeeze my hand as if they were soul and body with me, uar.v I. The action taken by the pa union men came after n Jan_ this warning by the charge of Repro- j - ‘    •    father’s;    “ sen tat ive Webster, republican, of; ' *1 > mu a 1    1    in    VINSELS    FOLLIDE    AND Sapul- Washington, that organized la bi/ death. Mr. c®vington a    BEMEVED    SUNK an all    a,.r„„„in«    to    coerce congree, to.time and w- on Ow    _ 'r.ioc/ifiv at I    _____    account    of his illness that Miss Cov- j  .-    --      .    morning session held, at    -    .    .    resicned    her    oosition    at the By the Associated Press and then KO out and give me a which they reversed the decision ar- cot N TUY St H«HH* IN WHin    sl>verM    weeks in order to HALIFAX, Aug. 7.—Captain W. I tongue '.ashing when they get with rived at last Sunday, when they de- ( OMHTIOX, SHS SI IT. FLO> I) j ( with him    !    B. Bennett, of the British steamer, their gang. Let me say to such that eided to remain at work pending    Covington    lived at Coving-! Warwick, reported by wireless to w don’t want you to stay with us arbitration. The action of the me- Count> Superintendent of Schools *    •    number    of    yearn    day that bis vessel collided with the    _ when we call a night of prayer for chanical workers all over the coun- A Floyd visited the schools at • to |heir rrmoVal to Vinita, masted schooner, Gallia, and gave fl!,,.e,|Kind,nfe of ti>e Adiated Pre*, tonight. Moille of you say you have try altered the decision o    Vauos*.    Maxwell,    .cummers    * nape,    ^    wa8    trtr    bim    that    the    town of names of seven persons saved, pre- OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. Wilson May Seek To Succeed Ferris For Congress ll T DOI K* lv*    i in ** » *•*    • lomgni. .'ouie im yuu im; jwu    ............. •  ...... -    -    J    1    alld    jt    wag    tor    him    that    th* town of names of seven persons saved, pre-    v,** •, been forced to say that you are in pulpa men and the vee o .    Paris    ( hapel and Lanham *. »: - ovjnKton was so named.    I    sumably    from    the    schooner. The lat-    \\ ben Representative Scott Ferris ... Try”,y,-sr—1^    “    ...... jrss^^ftus|°w~s:~ ^..-1   - —    l dience at the taPernacle Rev. Ham. MAY SPEND ENTIRE NIGHT IN PRAYER -------half way confession of your pollut- the evangelist, expressed the joy ,.d> hell inspired behavior. We want he felt in being permitted to suffer none of you who are of such mind reproach for Christ* sake. His talk    to    stay    with    us    when we call for was in tho way of an introduction    the    tried and    true to lay themselves to the evening sermon to deal with    °n    the    altar. ‘ The Man Who Turned Y'ellow.’*    No,    I ain    no    ashamed of Jesus. After reading a few lines form the K* associated with publicans and Bible concerning the blessedness of sinners while in tho flesh and a suffering persecution for righteous- harlot washed his teet with the ness’ sak* he said:    'lair of her head A religion that is *'Sonio of your church members popular is usuall> false. Thank Goo are ashamed of what I have been ’hat I am permitted to preach preaching and man* have J;i ( lins; iii a mule shed. He was born  ...... .--------. away from these meetings on that in a stable and cradled in a mang- gay At the close of the meeting tomorrow account. I ani not ashamed and er. You are a Hell bound hypocrite Reverend Ham announced that he will a asor' you now that I will keep and eau t stand up to th© manger j wolJjd expect the people of God to shooting in ihe same general direr- with Mary and Joseph and the rome tonight ready to spend the, tion. The trouble with a whole Babe.    entire night in prayer, it such be-, bunch of your church members is Let us ail this morning stand (.anir. needful to bring Hie convic-that they are yellow and ought to the test of his will. He left us tjon now required to break into the, he kicked out of the churches. I an example that we should follow jjvos Qf wicked men In women in had ten thousand times rather have in his steps. He was tested by the Ada your worldly members hate me than devil, tested to respect his physical The sermon dealt w ith the prob-, have them flatter me and pat me needs, to respect his mess’iahship iem; “Why men deliberately go to on the back. Some of them come    (Continued    on Page Eight.) hell.” His text was "Ye will not ________———come to me that ye might have life.” His sermon followed the following line of suggestion. Aition    He" states that    the attend-1 Ut8 remains    . anre is much larger than usual and Covington tomorrow for interment. that Lie children are laking active int* r* 't    in    their work Most    of    the country    schools    run two months iii the dimmer and six mon* bs iii the fall and winter, in order that    the young    people    may have the opportunev to help out in the cotton harvest. : FORI Sill RECRUITS IAI HK* Kilt LYN STREET RAILWAYS TIED IT BY STRIKE ! - , By tile Associated Pres* NKW \ ORK, *Aug. 7. A com- nomination to sucut-cu rcmn aa plete tieup of the *Brooklyn rapid j,jxth district congressman,, it was I Transit Co’s subway, elevated and gai(j at the capitol yesterday by surface lines continued today. Trains cjose friends of Wilson, and cars discontinued service last Superintendent Wilson admitted j night at ll p. rn.    that    he    was    and    had    for    some    time nouncement for the democratic nomination for United States senator in opposition to Senator Gore, R. H. WU* in. state superintendent, will cute the race for the democratic nomination to succeed Ferris as the At the tabernacle Wednesday    ATHKR    FORF(\AST evening the audience was very much    I'-A    -    J    Contradictory    to    the    statement!    -------------- been giving the matter "serious con- intercsled. hut not enough concern-    ^    Wedl*lrtK|ay»s    issue    of    the    IU DRENT FOOD SITUATION    sideration,” but declared he would et to satisfy the .vo«rnlnK boarts I •; j y *    •    jk,    ^    I'onisht ami ,\>wh. that tho Fort Sill Recruits    HAS    UF.tX»MK    t    lUTlCAL    make no announcement of his foot the evangelist,, Ham and Ram- F«**»* ttou    Ktt.n    won)d    matoh    th(.    Ada    for    a    -------- tore political ambitions until Fer- game of base hall next Sunday, H> th# A*meiat*d Press    j    rig definitely enters the senatorial word was received this morning,; BERLIN, Aug. 7. Tile *ood sit- race. Ferris’ announcement is ex-through Sumners Jones. fo the pf-; nation in Budapest has beeome criti- pected within a few days. feet ‘hat Fort Sill would not put in cal because most of the productive Wilson has been superintendent their appearance here Sunday, their food territories have been cut off of schools in Oklahoma for eight reason being the unsettled condition from the capital by the Rumanian years and in each of his statewide of transportation, made so by the advance, according to advices here. campaigns he has carried each of -    --the counties embraced in the sixth “ The Man Who Turned    99 * * This will be* the subject of Rev. Ham, the evangelist, at the Tabernacle this evening. Better not miss this sermon. The Service Starts at 8:15 Be On Time “Why will men deliberately go to hell? All who go, do so of th«dr ow*n choice. It is not the will of God that any perish. Nobody will go to hell because salvation has not been provided. "God so loved the world that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” No man would continue rn sin but for the fact that the devil has men blinded. You are just as near hell as you are death and the grave, and Set you are not j disturbed. The unbelief of this age) has been surpassed in no other age save that of Noah. Yet, no] people seem to think seriously or the danger of hell. God called every Christian man here to lead men to the Lord, but you will not even try to bring them here to these meetings. If you have a light, it must be mighty dim. railroad strikes. Arrangements have been made with the Coalgate ball team for a game on the local field Sunday afternoon. Reports are to the effect that th*' Coalgate team has not lost a game this season, which reputation inspires the Ada boys to do their hest. It will pay vou to watch the district, IU Mi A RI AN CABINET IS OVERTHROWN REPORT SAYS MMMNapaNMNH KERMIT Ce HOOVER. By tho    Pre** KAKIS, Aug. 7.—The peace conference waa advised today that the Hungarian cabinet, headed by Jules PeidU, bad been overthrown and that Archduke Joseph had estab-, libbed a ministry in Budapest. The coup was ©airted out without dir-order according to advices. The entente mission in this city delegated authority tonight to Archduke Joseph, when the Peidll government resigned. Advices to the peace conference also stated that Rumanian forces Government officials, stirred by ] had crossed the river Danube into •Mi uv unum* aaim.    the <ountry-wido appeals for a re- Budapest business section and were “No mon will ever go to hell on duct ion in the cost of living, are I seizing supplies preparatory to send-aocount of the sin of Adam, and considering, according to a report ing them to Rumania. Rumanians none for the sin of their parents from Washington, the possibility of are (barged with having made as-any more than you are to blame bringing Herbert Hoover back from i saults against many inoffensive per-for th© color of your hair or eyes. Europe and placing the nation on I sons and having forced entrance into No man will go to hell because rations under him as a means of private dwellings. Portions of the there are hypocrits in the churches. ( combating the soaring prices of j railway between Budapest and Yien-(Continued on Page Eight.) foodstuff.    na have been destroyed. Leather Price Forces Farmers to Use Chain Harness; State to Act rj:    '.[<    s’; Oklahoma farmers are using chain and rope for harness because they can’t stand the price of leather. That was the statement of J. A. Whitehurst, president of the board of agriculture, Wednesday. Because of this situation Whitehurst conferred w ith Governor Robertson and a plan for establishment of tanneries at state institutions was launched. Under this plan raw hides will be made into har- ’ ness at manual training departments of the state institutions and the sale will be direct to the farmer. “This will have both an economic and educational value.” said Whitehurst. The plan, he said, would be rushed. The harness situation is regarded as significant in light of the federal trade commission report today on the leadier and shoe situation, alleging excessive profits all along the line. ;