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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 31, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma To Save Friend,, You Mast Be Oner Thanks for Year Patronage In th,Past Year. We Wish DISTRICT VOLUME XVI NUMBER 248 oemng i^etus You a Sappy Sew Year-LibertyTheater ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31,1919 ■FER TH* LOVE AV MIKE!” THREE CENTS THE COP} ****** FURTHER ASSIST .rIX>YKS BV DISTRIBUTING BOS SES AND DIVIDING PROFITS. By tho Anociatod Prom DETROIT. Dec. 31 -An elabora- LETTERS MADE Pl'BUC LN BOS. TONTODAY show that he DKX TJX ED TO EXTER IX SOUR DAKOTA. By the Associated Press BOSTON. Dec. 31.- *< VT. — •    r«wr»-    UUS'IDN, Dec 31  Ignore In non of its original prom sharing which Governor Coolidge dtellnes o plans whereby all employes will be be a candidate for the muMte?? enabled to purchase certificates of nomination for vice president at the ^,.oer:,irnth«e    ‘"T"*    ST*    « .a.    b    1    cent    a    >*ar,    Dakota    were    made    nuhlie    at    tho; plans whereby all employes will be be a candidate for the republican n for vice president a imary elections in S tai un ‘!i?'rlbution business that state hous7^(Hla'dl The hfhs^’letter 4    lh,,, lTn t mi'Ilon and was sent IO Secretary of State V ,'or.t xiL? ■ .* announced by the A. Burkhart of South Dakota atte. Iv »«!ooo°r em°Dl‘4^f' of PP,h0Ii    Coolidge    had    been    notified v.-.— !.Ten,,,lo-'es.of 'he lord, I hat the republican state Convell W    .dakota    after    j ly 90.000 emploves Motor Com na ti v 'and    ,l‘'uu‘ll'“n    state    conven-j interest a U tnmm,uJ4 - .lf°ll    S°U,h Dako,a had ProPosed I liiLxT    announced, will be    his name    for vice Dresden*    Tho men? *    'Smnm!mPa,:h ta a ^    "**    Baidi«P«ri    Thel meni accompan\mg the details of “It was entirely    a    x the It«T, P0,llCV “ ls, ;u"lounced ,hat!“>* ‘hat my name should hav4 been ti^ two    steps outlined constitutes    presented.    It is not hoa xer    rn? onl> a    beginning** ami that other    desire t0 appear a* a ranmaI/    ^ Plans for enlarging and ofiwa“?‘.da.*e f.or / ?xgl".g,, lncreasinK the office of vice president of the Si under* cm«^a'°nS    sta*“.    I "hail „o‘. "Lr4fore -ru    under    consideration." make a declaration which rn,.- ml wm KDL° ith6 bonuses which requires from a candidate ’* tim    a^dition    to the distribu- The second letter was written tion ot profits under the original ve^terdav tr» q  _„ . .    tten Si* wag"VVtn°”.h'^ofe,“‘ePr,vTeS SSS"* “    ”    ttXsSS which will rang* from 50 in the!    *    a case of the worker three months in the company’s service and receiving a minimum wage of $6 a day. to $2*0 n the case of the worker with five years of service and receiving a wage of $10.80 a day. The certificates of investment will bv in denominations of $100, $500, aud $1,000, and are to b^ \on-ne-gotiable and non-assignable. HERE HEIT SATURDAY Charleston Has New Corporation to Take Care Housing Problem CHARLESTON. W. Va, Dec. 30. That Henry Wood, state highway commissioner from Oklahoma City. "ill attend the meeting of the Pontotoc County Good Roads Association at Ada next Tuesday is an-1 non need by Dr. L. M. Overton, pres-,l! 0J *be Association. Dr. Over-.Housin^ conditions in and around Ion Slatcs that he is in receipt of ibis city have become so acute that a letter from Mr Wood nmmi«in~ a corporation, with a capital of » x    00(1 Promising. *500.000. has bee,,' flitted bt th4    Present.    It    is    probable    that Chambers of Commerce of Charles-    1 oI    Sidney 2*Uggs    of Ardmore, the ton. South Charleston and St. Al-    8 foremost road booster, will bans to provide homes for 1.500    °    *** P^cnt at    Tuesday’s meet- additional federal employes.    ;np These men will be employed in    Dr Overton has    been verv active the government ordnance factory, ln advertising the meeting for now under course of construction Tue*day and is expecting a good ogre, and will be in need of shelter attendance from over the county in the early spring. Every house in    hoped that definite steps may to secure ESI MO 11 JHI NEV TEATS GMO newspaper sleuth \AKES MISS VESTER INTO ABrD TrRN8 her I OVER TO OFFICERS B By tim Associated Fran ^LEMENS» Mich., Dec. rina I® Beatrice Vester was surrendered to the authorities here this 1 fllSSfli1/ L CHAMPIONSHIP yS.W,LL HE PLAYED AT PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, TOMORROW. By the Associated Press PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 31_ faat. v.fsua We?t for the unofficial £nbi‘I .CKha“p,onsbiP of America Sfun ii i Placed m the county "I*11 bf ‘he New Year’s Day cart re. ,the charge of the murder of °"ered Sadiron followers at Tour-J. Stanley Brown.    nament Park here tomorrow, when The girl who stoutly maintained I vfi?a !. huskies, champions of a f°CenC^ Was brought here ta I wfth [he nifv’ ti6 up to do battle a tax, from Detroit where she spent picific .«»?!! 8lty.?f, 0regoa ,ea“>-Tuesday night under the guard of! wif* conference title holders. a Chicago newspaper man who lo- em team*1 .rooters have East-cated her Monday night    npvp rrS ln ac^0n here before but Mrs. Vestees arrival so early was    n°*-    either    of    the unexpected, and several county of- tLC0Muhad to be wakened to learn that the woman's whereabouts since Monday has been carefully guarded. The story she told the newspaper who ?♦ x Cblef of police Striaght, who it became known, questioned ?hLwT!x*da7’ wil1 be irefully checked this forenoon, and two persons previously questioned by the authorities will be recalled for further interrogation. ■TIC WOMEN ARE CALLED TO MEET NEW TONI WILL PUT OI BIG CELEBRATION HOWARD PIGG TO FIGHT If. C. t. IN CITY OF ST. LOUIS By th# Asoopiafpd Pmt* NEW YORK, Dec. Hv tile Associated Pi ST LOUIS. Mo., Dec. 31.—An OI ar lut V" * campaign to reduce the oTt W    if f°st of Uvin* will be inaugur- ,?• is now occupied. ^ taken at this meeting w secure v x ..    '    ---- ----—•« m^ex Albans Chamber of Com- bettpr roads in Pontotoc County It ■ # w. ” W celebr«te in traditional ated in this city January merce has arranged to take i* especially hoped that snZ LII' fashi°n the hour tonight at —“    -    *    January    la    acc<>rd- or me stc»ck The announced purpose may Of the company to buy materials large quantities and to let con- county tracts for houses in such number n the _ ta orde^fh^th^ mayhebemini”Um    Th*    m~' reasonable prices. which I >ng to an announcement by Assist ing. Fair drinkers of urged to attend the ommissioner for Missouri sold at «ng will be called to order prompt Iv at I o’clock P M. Dandridge-Kerr Produce Company Tredts News Force Best Tailored Man Guest of Honor at _________ .     ....    way    rn en last night along the Drinci- nr^mKihere ,fi“ 8eeni to be an ap_! J11* F|rs said that a special aa- fPal 8ir.eei of Waggoner City, the oil preciable number left announced j ®,stant Probably would be appointed    miles    norlBwest    of here. that regardless of prohibition, con- *or St- A-ouis to co-operate with the    bandits    entered a meat mar- sequences, expense or revenue men. fai^ Pr‘ee committee in prosecuting!^1’ and ho!ding the proprietor at hey would have one last celebra- 'l0Iat°rs of prices fixed bv the fair ' w'*b revolvers, removed a large Pursuant to the call issued by Ben • Lafayette, Chairman of the Dem-ocratic    State    Central Committee, and by virtue of the authority vested in me as Chairman of the Democratic County Committee of Pontotoc County, and conforming to the reso-lutions    passed    by the Democratic State Executive Committee, I here- # *uaI1 J1 m^ss meeting Convention or the Democratic women of Pontotoc County, to be held in the Court House in the City,of Ada, in Pontotoc County of    Oklahoma, on Sat- i*n9ny !h? 17th day of January, lfl-0, at two o clock p. m. for the purpose of electing 24 delegates to represent Pontotoc County in State Convention of the Democratic wom- ! en voters of the State of Oklahoma, WICHITA FALLS, Tex Dee 31 ntiTs '* be oalled t0 meet at —One    man    I,    re»rt^    jvlns    ’s    2    City’    Oklahoma. in State •we    others    Ire    pXbly    fa.s^v    °"    Tuesday the 27th wounded as the result of a nuihid T °„ January’ »*0. battle between merchants and high!“ii UP°n aU Democratic women, ....------ .ants    and high-1 and all women who believe in the EATAl RESULTS FROM PITCHED BATTLE TODAY By the Associated Press tion of their own sort. In the big hotels it will cost from i g°wnment rn »i 9 sv    .    a    i Lr» to $15 merely to sit down at a Jailors Convention dln,nP ro°»> table. For those who __-    I bring their ow ^raging $1.50 Clvnwan rk    (,irmk extracted b3' a waiter. One LENCTNNATL O.. Dec. 31.—The rhain of hotels, however, has an-! _ _____ —«vv aug- ism    ____—-mn* «• large price committee or by the federal!^"11 of llianey ^oni the safe. A gen-^“vernnient.    ,    crai    fight    ensued    when the highway- Living costs in St. Louis, accord- ,nen altemPted to escape. mg to a bulletin issued recently^ More than 25 merchants and oil By »hc Associated Pres* n liquor a charge av- by tbe fiureau of Labor Statistics workers j°ined has been set for each!01 United States, have rapidly I .tbree tbe a \ esterday afternoon best tailored man in America may    Bounced that much of the stock of ne tne guest of honor at the annual    rare liquors, wines aud cordials in dridge-Kerr    Product~c~o    m West'    Dm 4ner°," °L'^ ,Merchan‘ Taitar    ■'» various fillers will be presented 12th St., gave the Newi force X hX fZ    *°    ,b“    hpld:'° KUPat" wl,hou' <'<>»' »' midnight.! of the bes, treats I, has h'd fSr he Is J    '    ,np,u"'v“    Ju"‘    *ho some time in the form of a bushel crate of the best apples that not yet known. At the request of the local con- came to town. ever vention committee, merchant tailors The apples came from the famous    h°x1 th** l’nited 8tat«s and ii* h*ki* ex.    ®0U81 Canada have started a nation-wide . search for him. He is ,o be the cions" variety, and we are here to    •    *y®4>°1 of Perfection in Uil- frult belt of the state of Washington and are known as the say that they are all that the name    The    ePeclf,fations provide implies    Dandridge-Kerr    .re Se    he    be Children Starving By Thousands in Europe Says Austrian Tourist By tho Aoaocintod Prm PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 30.—Sid- a man who has        _ proprietors of one of the* Targe^t !nt>ver wol*n any but tailor-made j n®Y Rich, fdrmerly United States wholesale produce houses in the • xUl!s Jr°ni tbe tline be de8erte<l knee consul at Chemnitz, Saxony, who Southwest, handling all kinds of 0reecbe® f«r ,ong trousers and that I *ately returned from a five months fruits and vegetables in car load! ™U8t be p«*fec«y proportioned, ♦our of Austria. Hungary and Ger-lots and are making a record foriwilT J* man who is finally picked many. says children are starving bv large gales and prompt delivery un- be asked on behalf of a move-j thousands in Europe.    * equalled in this part of the country. !nent for “a better-dressed America" What he had seen of the recon-Tbig firm engaged in the whole- • ° wc«Pt the invitation to attend j structlon and relief work done bv, mHv^UCL}.U1[^. here in the ° convention.    Americans made him proud of being! early ran. branching into an enor-    -W    ®“     —    *"    --- nious business from the start, and I PRESIDENT WII»ON WIIJj the same has been growing steadily    SPEND    QUIET    NEW YEAR ever since, in fact surpassing the * * th®    Prem fondest dreams of the proprietors WASHINGTON. Dec. 31Jk-Presi-themselves.    den, Wilson will spend a quiet htaw I n    rPT°r'-T- °- Da"0rtd*e I Year's Day. HOWARD FIGG. past few and men an American. Mr. Rich added. He urged that the United .States give moral support to the German government in its effort to down the red element In that country. '*I" German cities I have seen Robert S. Kerr are both young | White House officials disclosed • dows", said ^r^WchT M*whm*un~ o^ thc h3 s,ap,e article8< according of splendid business &hintv I today that th* Pro«M^n*  ___  .’    w«ere un- >o the bureaus figures, has been 99 per cent. Only three other cities ---Birmingham with an average of 104; Detroit with 101 and Washing- in the fight and . .    .    alleged bandits were ater brought to Wichita Falls and lodged in hospitals here. Another highwayman believed to have received a mortal wound, is said to be dying in a secluded section of the Red River bottoms where he tied from the scene of the fight  * _ * Party Dresses and French Slippers Are Gause of Trouble By tho AKMociated Pres* DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 31. Poor f'ws 8,h0Uld “ot “Kempt to associate With daughters of the rich, said Mrs. n nrow?.r of DaUas’ speaking to the Dallas Mothers* Council ,n.'.'Tbpr? ‘s where the trouble comes Srt. who Br0Wer- There are great principles of the Democratic party, to attend the County Mass meeting Convention and take part in these proceedings. J. A. DEEN, ...    County Chairman. Attest: A. R. SUGG, Secretary -It- -- God Placed Coal in Ground For Our Use, Says Mr. Radcliffe By the Associated Pres* CARDIFF, Wales. Dec. 30.—Two divergent creeds, from the opposite extremes of the mining world, which have just been published, are attracting considerable comment. Henry Radcliffe, one of the Cardiff mil-lionaires, said: God has placed coal in this island for cnir use, and we are out to get I ’ Is. tber® any harm in getting a market price for an article, even ii it is 5 pounds per ton?" i    vdewp°lnt    has    been    strong ly challenged by the miners* leaders Vernon Hartshorn, Labor member following*111611* cou,lters with the “Against this creed of Radcliffe*e I put the creed of the miners, which other members of the big football f~e’ Yale and Prince^ J- * !1 b<t a second appearance for Oregon, however, in the role of Western defender. When the Tournament of Roses Association put football on abte ,ntgl[L S'S in 1916 by inaugurating the annua] New Year’s contest between the East and West, Brown Diversity played as the East’s ren-,“at,?W Washington State Col-it? ^ ,tbe Western selection. Hon-ors "ent to the latter on a 14 to 0 score.    u 0n danuary I, 1917. th© a triumphed when Oregon whiD-Ped Pennsylvania by the ^an£ score, 14 to 0.    me " !tb tbe United S.ates at war the 1918 New Year’s game lost its intersectional character. Football teams were not encouraged to ravel across the continent when all rail- SaLtratns were needed for .soldiers. lt was that two Western op-ponents, Camp Lewis soldiers and Mare Island marines, were matched the marines winning 19 to 6 January I, i9i9> found na-non at peace but still under arms. and a! .universitiea had no teams x agai° service elevens filled TrainfnaCho*The Gleat    Naval Training Station squad came out from Chicagtj and gave the iMare island marines, previous year’s winners a 20 to 7 beating.    m va J tomorrow’s contestants, Har-vard has the cleanest record The Crimson team went through tho 1919 season without a defeat. Only pTilv teams scored against them, Prin^f!011 an3 Jale’ The Sanie with th!* wiix    in    a    IO    to    IO tie. that with \ale in a IO to 13 vic- 0I> or Harvard. The other games ^suited as follows: Harvard 55, Bates 0; Harvard 47 20^ Win f°fMVinginia 0; Harvard JO, Springfield 0; Harvard 17 °L Harvard 17, Boston College 0; Harvard 23, Tusts 0 °^egon.suffered one defeat, th© contest with Washington State Col-ege ending 7 to 0 in favor of th© latter.    Scores of the four other games played were:    Oregon 23 Mutonah    0. 0regon 26°r^rgft3; °!    ®! Oregon 24, University 2L .    nK.ton 13: Oregon 9. Oro- gon Agricultural College 0 Legion Dance To Feature Close of The Old Year so to school wearing    -       V.H|    nil dro?8es and French-heeled I J8, thls’ ,God Placed the coal in this *5’ T?ey g0 in cliQues. Poor I fand for the benefit of the na-girls should not attempt to go with I [on* and we are out to get it for increased during the months. The average increase in the rn* -    —    bu8*ness    ability,! toda>’ that the President overtaxed i der glass cxam from “The KvX 'J*'' be;n Ihelip ba'dng ,he members of his family ..    . . . . ver> first day they I Present. Consequently it is con- «r.nor» Ln” and raP|d|2 grow. I sidered Improbable that he will hold Gentlemen    l[,'ra,<‘h P“rty |„ hi* sick room to- wnx    ’ we are not drying tO!nI^bt- bur wy°H f°r un°th<>r box of app,ea- Mr’ and Mn,« Frances B .Sayre ilv for Hi W1i ,,t0 thank you heart-1 came U, the White House for bestowed    ICi0,,,    'rPat    slready    'be l'resldent’s birthday. aT«pit- OWed:______ !ed to remain over New Year’s Day. obtain rations on ‘food cards’ and get a quarter pound ton*with IOO of rice or coffee once every two weeks.** yesBrrdaaydtoMr,U ti£V'l^£1    WOOD a[.tpr. epending the holidays visiting vicinity*    and    ‘he    immediate Bring yoni wean cor ton raga to th* Ada News office. We will pay you Sc a pound -V U-    PRK8U>K9fT CenlrJT , ’ J*” Dec’ 31 —Major ^ fJ™.Le0n,rd Wood ,oda>' filed a normal announcement of bis can- f°r the Republican presidential nomination with the 3. D secretary of state today. TODAY'S ELECTION IN Bv th. aJK rV8IO,fTF,rAVr MEXrco crTY. Dec. 3f.--Control or the coming presidential election show a larger per-momhs °f inCrease during recent /^be staples that have increased »» per cent here, according to the bureau, are the following: Sirloin steak, round steak, rib hvTbe,di’cu“ion was brought about ei.4. fr ,fr0m a father who de-dared schools were creating “much ^etchedness” in the homes ^ RimnL    ^irl8    did * not dress simply Another letter read from a mother said her girl had been COOM no. i0lt 8Cb<K>l “bwanse she could not keep pace in dress and had gone to work for a pitiful aum”. dJu«i™ « Cku,ed mu«h sharp uiscussion. One member of the council said in her opinion girls should be taught they were going education and that the good of all**. - - n r- -    '    ■>    >    tai    ricutiun    VI-,,_    '    .---* -CTO—* *«IU, UCUD, supporting the Carranza    Govern- „ . corn meal butter, milk, bread ment Is the result of the election! “rf* l'uaar’ cheese, rice, tea! today of fifteen members    of the    coffee presidential commission In the cham-ber of doputies. A decisive majority was given the government ticket heeded by General Gonzales over those put for- \ ‘.h.e adfc«f*»t Of    Tableau P»t>1 and Alvaro Obrpgon. and chuck roast, plate beef."’pork    d°D    1    make    much nbopB' bacon* bam. eggs, lard, hens, WEATHER FORECAST Probably fair tonight and Thursday. Colder tonight with cold wave IO ♦<> 20 degrees in portion    and    16    t0    20 tn eMt d i f f f-.u°'n“b“ltJr centers where "the rather and mother who* have not mingle1* Jilt, ‘,K*,tlmeB can KO and h»v5*    neighbors    whoi dot    suggests!    by    Mrs. Wen- .-Jit    aB a Possible solution. Another member of the council ,* ^ •bouw "outgrow hor raenSv’i    ln an nnkind way. but herein!?    ^    oxpreeaed psrenta gat us much re-spect as they deserve or command.’' I EGG PRICES NOW AND BV t ie aIVTY^T|IRBE mRS AGO By the Associated Presa ANDEIfSON, Ind., Dec. 31—Forty dozen eggs were sold here recently n by Mr8’ Mary M«Carty, who lives near Pendleton. Hearing of the transaction, Tillus Bien, who has lived in the vicinity of Pendle-t f0/o yeai?’ became reminiscent. Eien Mld' he bad ninth!? ^baf made by bis grand mother. Desiring one from he hoarded eggs until he had tota?tyofiX7«OBen* They brought a Seventy fix cents at Pendlenton. ?!h ^T*x ?x °    * bought the hat !fid JT b remainder Mr. Bien said he “saw the town.*' kentucky republicans By    MORROW as V. P. By the Associated Prom    ’    . LOUISVILLE. Ky., Dec 31 Publican leaders in Kentucky are grooming Gov. Edwin P. Morrow as * Z St PccsWuutlal candidate, ac-cording to announcements here to- The local post of the American Legion will ring out the old year with a blaze of glory tonight at Elks Hall. Music, entertainment, refreshments and dancing will fill the ours full of * fun, and everyone a ho gets inside of the hall will be inside of jne of the greatest enter-tainments of the year. Everyone wants to hear Josh Lee, the greatest entertainer in Oklahoma. Then the James Brill Jazz-more Orchestra is calling every lover of music. The following is the evening’s program* First Call--------Grand    March A?cifmx!-------------Two-step Assembly --------------Walt* One-Step —Inspection _______ JOSH LEE—Famous for Fun. —Stable Call------ Two-St«n -Drill Call________ Walt! can—.::::¥W‘o-step - ?!**reat---------------Waltz -TaDs°°-------------Two-Step laps ------- Walts a store,! ed ^v^^an?I e°te1r1tainra«nt furnish-^ — chestra.    “8 JaZ2'more Or- 5 6- 7- 8-9-10 11 12 13 14- ion^f* ?ot zleast of th« attract-ions at the Legion dance this even- ingalireth    a!Ued    flags displayed I" “f[v‘be rAoom® and the German j be    entrance is a th*»i!^bone used by the Germans in mfih* 1 Hindenburg line. Also and OA««gttII8,x bemete, bayonets, tm £    85!,ls    and «a»*Pm«nt t!    P ay around tbe walls to remind one of this grand oc- !??!®n aod wb^t th^ Legion mem-tar^urt    f°r “nd haT« KO“« ;