Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 85
ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919
TWO CENTS THE COPYThe Scheidemann Government In Germany Crumbles to Fatal Fall!
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Wyoming, for Years An Oasis In the Desert, Goes Dry July First Anyway
ARMY AIRMEN OX UHJKOIT FOR FURTH KR OUTBRKAKS OX TART OF VILLA BANDI TS.
By the Associated Dress
Cheyenne, Wyo., June 20.—Wyoming. long the oasis of this section of the west, will enter the ranks of prohibition states on July I. Sale and manufacture of liquor within the state will cease on that
EL PASO. Tex., June 20.—Army aircraft began patrolling the Texas date regardless of whether national border yesterday when one of the prohibition is effective in the na-
big biplanes, after circling the city tion- .. ..
... , Under terms of the constitutional
started west along the boundary amM>dmem adopIed by
the voters at
line. It is reported that these air- ]a|( November's election. Wyoming planes, equipped with machine guns would have gone dry January I. and bombing apparatus, are pre- 1920. When the legislature met last pared to cross into Mexico after the January, however, it was deemed
v advisable to put the state law into ture soft drinks.
\ illistas, if ordered. effect July I. this year, at the Data gathered in the three larg
Carranza officials at Jaurez have 9ame time that it appeared nation- eat
in accordance with the wishes of the people.’* said Mr. Crabbe in a statement to The Associated Press. “The voters gave the largest per capita dry majoriy of any state in the union and they are going to see that the law will be enforced. The law as passed by the legislature is one of the most drastic of its kind.’*
Saloons in Wyoming now pay a combined revenue of $500,000 for privilege of operating. In the face of the approaching “dry spell’’ breweries are turning to other lines. Most of them will manufac-
Government On Trail of Anarchists, to Strike Soon;
Police to Watch July 4 It
IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE FAIL-URE OF THE SCHEUNEMANN REGIME INSURES TREATY PACT.
WILL NOT ASK RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS INFLICTED UNDER WAR THIE MEASURES.
tty flu* Associated Pm**
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. June 20
GOVERNMENT ON TRAIL OF 24It I individuals has not been learned WASHINGTON June 20.—The they are said to have been in New government is at last on the scent York for two weeks before and the of a group of lawless men in the j haunts of the anarchists are known. United States which constitutes the! Descriptions Obtained
source of recent demonstrations of “We do not know their identity anarchy, including the wholesale now, but we have accurate descrip-mailing of bombs to officials amotions the more recent at-I said.
cities in the state—Sheridan.
ordered all civilians to deliver their firearms to military headquarters and
a1 war time prohibition would be effective. A law was passed by the
have issued proclamations in- legislature authorizing this. un r i. v addition to the power placed
tended to quite the citizenry and
, by state law in the hands of a influence better feeling toward the prohibition commissioner.
Americans. there will be a Law Enforcement
American Consul E. A. Dow esti- League, privately financed and pri-
mated today that S50 Americans are yaely operated to enforce the new
. x. v law. This league already has
rn the territory toward which the ^ work of keeping Wyoming
Villistas are said to be heading. of megaj manufacture and
Villa is said to have stopped at sa]e 0f liquor after July I.
Casper and Cheyenne—shows virtually every barroom and saloon
has been spoken for by proprietors of candy shops, soft drink parlors, cafes, music stores and restaurants.
Saloon men are cleaning out imprisonment of Mooney
their stocks as rapidly as possible, other labor leaders.
It is stated with authority that re- i -——-
speetftble citizens of the state who
of both men,” Chief Flynn
ThA \ m erica n Federation of La- private citizens, the more recent at-1 sam. “The witnesses can identify
The American Federation L*a ^ Attorney General Pal- the second man who rushed from
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By the Associated Press
PARIS, June 20.—All re- * ports concerning changes in the 4* 4» German cabinet are prema- ♦ 4* ture, says an official German ♦ 4» wireless message from Nauen 4* 4* at I o’clock this afternoon. 4» 4» The message adds that the Na- 4» 4» t ion a1 Assembly failed to get 4*
4» a majority of its members to + 4» favor signing the peace terms. 4* + + 4, + + *4, + + + 4'v4,'fr+ + 4'
PARIS, June 20.—The Scheide-
mer at his home here and simultan- the scene ^™^*diatety after^ ®*" < maim government in Germany_ has
bor, in annual convention here,
refused to ask for the release of b0mb outrages in other cities j plosion. I think he lost his nerve fauen> |s the leport coming to Paris
so-called political and industrial 0f the country.
convicted under the espi-1 William J. Flynn, chief of the
Bureau of Investigation of the De-
on»** ; “‘‘‘V‘Vesolu- parlment of Justice, announced last
It did, ho^6V€r» p«iss n rc^oi ¥ corf *1 in his do*
SWffi SS JJS —- the source
laving the agitation for a
and left town immediately.’ today. News of the event, report-
Chief Flynn said there may * be ^urjng the morning, was eon-a few more bombs thrown befoie f}rme(j later by military advices
the government can close in on the through Coblez from both Weimar
anarchists, but he was confident an(j geriin
Villa Ahu mad a to attend his brother, Hipolito Villa, who is reported seriously ill.
An American troop movement of considerable size was started yesterday toward the Mexican border from Fort Bliss. Military headquarters were reticent concerning the movement but it is believed to be simply a move in maneuvers started early this week.
State house gossip is <that Fred L. Crabbe, now superintendent of the Yyoming Anti-saloon League,
will be chosen Prohibition Coloni iesioner.
“Not only bootlegging but commercial traffic in liquor must cease
be-: lay in a moderate supply of liquor ffafgi’g Where Ada now for their own u«e after July I v
will not be molested, but the au-t hoi ties have announced there will be eternal and vigilant warfare waged on the man who seeks to buy now and sell later.
Mail order business practically is at a standstill, the Reed Law having stopped much of the impor-' tation into nearby states.
. , lr had conferred with Attorney Gen-
wide demonstraiioni oil July Four erat Palmer and Assistant Attorney
which has been partially planned | , Garvan “We are going to
by radicals as a protest auains. the jhis nest. It will take a
little time, but the mystery will
soon be solved.’
Chief Flynn disclosed a few important revelations that his force has made.
Two witnesses who saw the man who annihilated himself in throwing the bomb at the Palmer house, one minute before the explosion occurred, have been found. A second man was seen with the bomb thrower, the second man also carrying a grip
there would be a wholesale roundup within a reasonable time.
“As to July 4,” he said, “I have no personal knowledge. I can say that police departments of all cities, however, are keeping a close watch.”
PRESIDENT AND PARTY
RETURNS FROM BELGIUM
Gets Sure “NufF* German Cannon
By tho Associated Press
PARIS, June 20.—President Wilson and party arrived here this morning at 9 o’clock after a two day trip to Brussels and the war zone in Belgium. There was no formal reception. Mr. Wilson drove immediately to the Paris White House. He had a good night’s rest last night and said he was not tired. He expressed much enjoyment
MRS. ELLEN CHOATE
PASSES AWAY TODAY
Mrs. Ellen Choate, age 2 5. wife of J. P. Choate, died at their home, 401 N. Oak. at one o’clock a. rn. todav. Funeral services will be held at the home Saturday afternoon by Rev. Oscar Hays. Interment will be made at the Rosedale
Mrs. Choate has been a resident of Ada for the past nine years, in which time she has made many friends. She leaves her husband and three children, two girls and one boy, aces five, seven and nine
Mrs. James Tomlinson of San-sabe, Texas, and Mrs. Elvin Wells also from that place, who is a sister of Mrs. Choate, also Mrs A. J. House of Brownwood. Texas, a sister of Mr. Choate, are expected to arrive here today to attend the funeral services on tomorrow.
Mr. P. Nut Loses Place In Nut World, Decision of Some Nutty Expert
The News is just in receipt of the Copy ot a bill introduced in the House on June 14, by Hon. Tom D. McKeown, authorizing the secretary of war to donate to the city of Ada a German field piece as a souvenir. The bill is known as H. R. f84 5. and reads as follows:
Authorizing the Secretary of War to donate to the city of Ada, Pontotoc County, in the State of Oklahoma, one German cannon or fieldpiece.
Although the 9 identity of these ; the trip.
Muskogee Streetcar Strike No Nearer Settlement Now Than Three Weeks Ago
GARAGE AKO AUTO BURNED IASI NIGHT
I MUSKOGEE, June 20—With both Bf/ it enacted by the Senate and sid“S to the strike deaf to all over-House of Representatives of the tur*s and with the city’s receiver-United States of America in Con- j ship action as yet uncertain, Mus-gress assembled, that the Secretary kogee today faced a transportation
ADORERS STRIKE ON SEWER WORK
AT CEMENT PLANT
Fire of unknown origin burned the garage and automobile stored therein of Dr. Meredith at 520 West Fourteenth street, this morning. The fire caught some after 12 o’clock and the fire boys were called out about 12:45. The alarm was turned in by a negro.
The garage and auto were a total loss. The doctor stated this morning that he aid not know whether the place was insured or not. The loss was about $1,000. The car was a Grant Fix. The residence of
By A. M. B.
Speaking of nuts—when is a nut not a nut?
Answer—When it’s a peanut.
Some wise colonel, or other an- ^Var |)e> an(i is hereby, au- tielup that may not be untangled thority on nuts, has just made the thorjZ<d r.nd directed to donate to tor several days—or weeks. Today
startling statement that peanuts are (he rity of A(Ja Pontotoc County, marked the close or *he third week
not nuts. Certainly nut. They aim-1 c'f oklahoma, one cannon or without car service—weeks full of
men employed bvt the confirm of Comstock & Hanson ho are laying the sew-, ... new district in North
are apparently in a bitterer and less Ada went off on a strike yester-If Tom would only .add an conciliatory mood than ever. day.’
amendment to this bill giving Ada Possibility of a hearing on the when asked about the situation a federal building we would have j receivership petition this week was j today Mayor Kitchen had this to
a good place to put the cannon, almost the last straw of hope for a say;*
It might be all right, however, to ; quick adjustment, though some “The men struck yesterday and
place it in the court yard when clung lo the hope that Chairman the contractors are up against it
the new' county court house is erect-j Claude E. Connally of the state for heip at tfce present time. They
The downfall of the Scheidemann government wras made known to the American peace delegation here this morning. This event is believed here to assure the signing of the peace treaty ny Germany at an early date, as Scheidemann, the premier, was understood to be the chief opponent to the acceptance of the revised peace terms.
It is also understood here that the fall of the Scheidemann government entails the fall also of President Ebert, of the National Assembly. The Assembly probably will take measures to select a successor to Herr Ebert. Up to noon today there was no official confirmation that Herr Noske was forming a new government.
French official information on the German situation is to the same general effect as that received by the American delegation. French advices carry the information, or rather the impression, that the na-! tional assembly is favorable to signing the peace treaty. It is reported here that the Germans have asked for further time limit within which to act on the treaty matter. Since the Allies handed Germany their ’ultimatum seveial days ago, however, it is not thought that any further extension oil time will be granted.
An Exchange Telegraph dispatch, from Paris to London this morning states that the National Assembly at Weimar has accepted the terms of the peace treaty.
JOHN W. MURRAY
DIES AT 61 (I VV. I UTH
standby has been relegated into a time class with the vegetarian’s exclusive diet of culinary herbs.
When this news reached the ears of the large monkey family In tho city park zoo, they became very indignant and not only roasted peanuts in general, but also the nut who declared that a peanut is not a nut.
A vender whose sale of peanuts
John VV. Murray, aged 38 died at his home at 616 West 14 th street yesterday at 3:30 P. M. He leaves a wife and two small children. Interment this afternoon at Bebee.
Mr. Murray moved here with his family last September from Missouri, since wrhich time he has been employed at the cement plant.
ed. At any cannon.
rate let us have the
It was reported to the News today that a strike took place at the local
the doctor w«s saved by the effi- if larqe enough to indicate dent work of the firemen. there's Just a little bit of n>"jlke>
______ in a lot of prominent citizens, states
ft-ls make daily trips to I When asked
Gaston iii Auto School. that tw'o gt
Virgie R. Gaston, of this city, has his store for peanuts.
vestigate the report
ered the following information, studies. Sheriff Duncan, when asked about course in au
and he gath- City* AS><&uSSnK VhV complete This statement sounds queer at first,
tomobile mechanics and but when one stops to consider that
the peanut is not a nut, but simply
___ a bean, then one has the explana-
4 . A sis* The people of America, noiseless-
Ai th6 AClCl ly or otherwise, devour $10.OOO,OOP
worth of peanuts, or 4,000,000 bushels, annually, which only goes
\* fcqfcfV'bOtSM KNEW VS ONN NUkHN OF -GSC** uV >NgNl KOS ARC ixAAKItW’ GOOD. \NC*0 SC PRUMtlN’ MORt'N Wit OO. TKS'f
ai nut OKk.ovrr
SO NAC O* ATYRAC-r MORR AttiNtlON A NAO Ct.
board of arbitration would be able were paying the men 37% cents to accomplish the impossible—bring per hour, which is more than an» the tw'o sides together to talk over body else pays for labor, but the a definite agreement. men asked 45 cents. The contrac-
— --tors offered them 40 cents,
KX-PUGILIST JEFFRIES they would not accept it ”
LABOR PARTY PLANS REJECTER BY HEADS
the strike, said:
“We were called to the cement plant Wednesday in answer to a call from the management that they were expecting trouble with some of the men en*ployed on the new' buildings. We w'ere told that about 2 5 men were to strike for an increase of wages. However, this number did not strike, but only about ten men went out. We were told they were receiving 35 cents per hour for ten hours work and
The Paramount-Artcraft corpor-presents Vivian Martin to-
[hey asked for 40 cents, which wa* ation comedy drama,
refused by the company, thug the oiRi rn a
walkout.^ We had no trouble with You Never BJW urb ^
I he-men ^handler manager of the thing at times about her girls cement company, when asked for a and you had better see this one to statement today, replied as follows, see how she comes out. Coming “We have had no trouble with next week, Roquemore s Musica
our men, I am thankful to say. And show Happy Klarke, Henry Roque-
I hope we do not have. We are more, Hlwailan Bill.
nearly ud with our work
new building now' and simply decided to lay off a few of the surplus
laborers which wan done. preSenU the (treat Na.imova In
wa. no atrlke. men ( for Eye .. Sev(.„ g0rgeou.
we were ai ram I .. .. known aa the most
to prove that this industry is “shell” game.
The high value of the peanut as a muscle-building food should be an inducement for mothers to^ raise “better peanut-butter babies.”
As a nut, Mr. P .Nut is now in a class with that famous old gen-eleman, Mr. J. Barleycorn.
INFORMAL PARTY FOR
Lawrence Anderson was host at an informal evening of dancing and games given at the home of Mrs. Owen Faunt Le Roy, 4IO E. Main Thursday evening, complimenting
been laid off
lam diMat. ya*imova is known aa me most
or two would WJ* T" , Wonderful actresg in the world and
i«f action a mony the others and are oonortunity to
simply called in vent trouble should any arise. I did not even know that the men had been laid off until this morning.
ThP Metro Picture Corporation\ his brother, Stuart Anderson, who
* 'just returned yesterday from France. Those present were Misses Fay Merritt, Marie Jackman, Marguerite Anderson, Esther Tobias and Leta Morgan, Nora Fitzpatrick and Alma Pallant; Messrs. Lawrence and Stuart Anderson, Edgar Allen Poe, Roy Stegall and Jim Norman.
the officers to pre- you will now nave an opportunity
judge this question for yourself. See the opening performance tonight.
GOES TO STAGE DRIVING
By tho Associated l’r«*Rs*
LOS ANGELES, Cal., June 20.—
James J. Jeffries, former champ- present.____
ion heavyweight boxer of the world,
is going into the automobile stage —j pi n I* s%*+ business. He has applied to the] £ IFLO I J [email protected]
board of public utilities here for a permit to operate a line between this city and Burbank about nine miles from here. The board will the application in a few
It seems that the contractors can ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 19. not get the help and this will prob-;—suggestion that American Drably halt the sewer work for the (sanize(j iabor form a political party
From A. P. Wires
was rejected unanimously today by the American Federation of Labor, in convention here.
Labor’s reconstruction program, which has been termed a “new declaration of independence for workmen of America,” wras adopted through a resolution that “labor now” insists on full value and compensation for services rendered, on
today a basis that will enable all to enjoy
act on d«xy s
H„ie“„rTarrTlothYr..gnMn.»d pa£ I pr'cUlm^a 'Budapest' 'message I the higher things of life.rather than
sengers, but the former would sa>s-make up the bulk of the business.
His machines will carry milk and garden produce, the ex-champion said.
Also the boxer asked for a permit to drive, saying that he m4|ht want to ‘'sit In on a pinch.”
Cabinet to Remain.
WEIMAR, June 20.—The German cabinet, although it resigned, will continue in office temporarily until President Ebert shall have been able to form a new one.
ITALIAN DELEGATION WILL
ACCEPT TERMS OF ALLIES
By th<» Associated Press
Many Killed by Fire.
SAN JUAN, June 20.—One hundred an fifty persons are reported
PARIS. June 20.—The Italian I killed or injured by fire in a mo-delegation to the peace conference picture tneatre last night,
directed from Rome to I
Friday and Saturday generally cloudy for this section, says the weather man of Saturday’s prospects. *
has been accept the proposition for settlement of the Dalmatian controversy, made by Premiers Clemenceau, Lloyd George and President Wilson, according to the Paris office of Reuters, Limited.
Drop in with six bits and get a
blue print map of Pontotoc County.
Change** iii German Cabinet.
COBLENZ. June 20.—Gustav Noske. minister of defense, will succeed Phillip Scheidemann as head of the German ministry, according to a Weimar dispatch. Mathias Erzberger of the German armistice commission will succeed Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, as foreign sec-
merely exist near the line beyond which we find human misery.’ ’
The convention adopted also the report censuring congress for making “niggardly appropriations for the department of labor, declaring that congress, having given larger appropriations to the department of commerce and agriculture, “has shown that it considers the wrelfare of financial interests and cattle above that of human beings.’
SENATE NAVAL COMMITTEE
INCREASES AVIATION FI ND
By the Associated Press
WASHINGTON, June 20.—With few dissentiiy votes the senate naval eommittef decided to recommend an increase In the naval aviation fund for 1920 from fifteen million to thirty-five million dollars, as requested by Secretary Daniels.
Let a Want Ad sell it for you.