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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma >*    a    %Art of Photodrama is Advancing Sags “NazimooaThe Eminent Passion Tragedienne Starring rn “ War Brides" at the -‘American’’ Ttdag Wk toning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 197 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1919 Conflicting Thoughts THREE CENTS THE COPY BAI) WRATH KR HAS 1MU>II1RITK1» AU.*“£ J** PRACTICE; NKW UNFI V IN RAUK KIELB; WIMBISH AT QUARTERBACK. QI ESTEB TO BE AT BIST. GOU IIT ROOM AT 8:00 THIS EVENING. After missing an entire week the The committee which    has been -    . „    , ij.    soliciting stock subscriptions to the football embosiibts o. Ada a    proposed organisation of a baseballi Voicing over the fact that the Nor- association for this city report that mal will play at home tomorrow they have met with unprecedented when Kingfisher College comes for success and that the required am-! i.a    ounl of eteht thousand dollars has; a game. The Kingiisher lads.    been raised without the least diffi-| playing a great game the last faculty. weeks and come with the reputation It is now up to the promoters of of fighters. While the Pedagogs are the association to meet and Poteet .. .. .    #w__la permanent organisation and. then ejecting    to    wi*.thW    „ b and ly for    charter. Will    have    to    work war trnnute of    mM,ting    has been    celled for ‘X* T.    eight o'clock    this evening et the been guilty of doing in all the games this season Coach Newcomb is peeved at the weather, for he has not been able district coart room and the committee urges that every man who subscribed stock to the organisation make It a point to he present at to pat the g rf daters through rigorous^. meeting practice during the entire week. *He!    u ^    wlth what 8plrlt ISIn nne 0    1°* «°-°P«r*tion the committee met been up against the .a ie    when they canvassed the business however, and the results of tho »d prof^ional men of lhe ^ game ought not to be changed m -    goe# to abow tbat Ada wy| ter lilly as a result.    * n°( pasa up a single thing that has Un    lit    for    il*    object    the    improvement    and line worked well at Shawnee betterment of the city. fCSTJSfi h nL'\?r?^ l » is doubtful if anything could will be    he.e tomorrow.)^ pTOmoted that would prove a w«fU .,vlt    halfback,    better    advertisement    for    the    city SSL "i“bi8h *.em J*. ^^'ithan a live baseball association, and the nien behind the move are to bei weight Wiaibtah work on    - congratulated for the effort they5. inAr An Altin till I I Porum position say he has the pep. hgVe put forth and for the hearty 11 IDPC PD(n||n ■III I and runt the team In a rush. ^-operation tbev have received at IA||UL UH U WU WILL Koach is a powerfu ha"-one of the the handg Qf tbe buglneRg meQ or UWUL UUU HU lf ILK best in eastern Oklahoma, and this arrangement may mean the winning ^ eTery man who is Gn th<a, more games.    Mon g    aiery    also    gubgcriptjon list    of the proposed cor-1 shows up wyiS ai    quarterback    poration make    it a    point    to be    at JSn J    h v    lhe m®e|in« at    the    court    house    to- men will be placed as    they    have    njgbt been in the last few games. McKoy will be used on one of the tackles, and his mate on the other end will be Lester King. Turner will hardly be allowed to get back in the game for a week or two yet. The game will be called at 3:3t» on the Normal grounds. KEP HIES 0PE1 PROMISES TO USE EVERY LEGITIMATE POWER TO KEEP THE PEOPLE FROM SUFFERING MANY OF THE COUNTIES OF THE STATE ASSURE THE OFFICERS THAT QUOTAS ARE EASY McAlester, Oct. 30.—(Spe-i oklahoma city, Oct., 30.—J. elal)—“I will employ every ounce!®'* Owens, state director of the Red of power I can muster to keep the mines operating and to keep the KU IIH mull I EMMI That a large crowd will be in Ada Saturday to hear the Honorable IS U FAYETTE Rn FROM AFFAIRS BOARD OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 30. (Special.)—Ben LaFayette has resigned Win. H. Murray is indicated by pre*-1 Mrfcrrtt «„Tli.k„    as    chairman    and    member    of    the ent interest and comment. The KAMOVS A IT HOR ANO POETESS    _ state from suffering**, was the ultimatum of Governor Robertson to the miners of Oklahoma yesterday afternoon. The governor had just listened to an extended talk by Jack Britton, vice president of the district mine organisation, in which Britton sharply criticised a former statement of the governor that he woald attempt to keep the mines open. He stoutly defended the action of the miners and justified (heir cause. “If that's your ultimatum,** said the governor, "I'm willing to accept it on behalf pf the people. Well just see who's running this old nited States of America. We’ll meet you on that issue. The miners and operators comprise a very small per centage of the people, and we are not going to have the dignity of this state trailed in the dust by any class of people. I have tried the best I know how to avert this strike, and as to the threat it will stand**. The conference came to an end after a rather stormy argument. Local people, familiar with the attitude of the different parties, are not surprised at the result of the conference. Representatives from dozens of cities attended the meeting and pledged their support to the governor. $100,000 IN INTEREST ON BONDS UNCOLLECTED subject of the lecture to be delivered will be “South America.** and he is expected to give an account of his. observations and experiences while) in Bolivia. He spent a number of DIED AT BRADFORD, CONN., THIS MOHNING AKTER I XING ILLNESS. By the Associated Press DES MOINES, Oct 30. $100,000 Perhaps in interest on bonds and EXHIBITS TO BE MADE AT THE | mouths across the equator and is By the Associated Press said to have an interesting lecture    NEW HAVEN. Conn..    Oct. 30. on Iji* travels    '    Kila    Wheeler    Wilco*,    kuthor    and    |    ^retar“    of th, board, will be ap-; the weather continues rainy,,poetess, died at her home in Brad-, Doint,rf chairman to succed La- I state board of public^ affairs, according to announcement made by ! the governor’s office. This resigna-! tion has been expected for some time, as there has been lack of harmony reported among the board members. It reported that George F. Clark of Chandler, who is now I securities, most of them government issued, are estimated to be lying uncollected in safety deposit vaults in Des Moines. The estimate was made by a banker. Not all of the money is due in- ART INSTITUTE IN CHICAGO DEC. 4 TO JAN. 8 If the weather continues rainy, poetess, died ai her home in Brad- pointed' chairman to’ succed Mr. Murray Mil speak in the dis-iford> conn., today. Mrs. Wilcox had Fav tt Th position carrier a trie* court room, but if the weather been ill for some months, having arv of OOO Der annum should bv any miracle be fair, the suffered a nervous collapse while en- LaFayette is chairman of the dem-’ Cross roll call membership campaign, today was in touch, either by telephone or telegraph, with every county in the state and found that Oklahoma is in readiness for the big drive, which opens Sunday. "In every county in the state there is an organization for the Red Crose campaign which is up and going*’, Mr. Owens said., "Some counties from which we expected to receive unfavorable reports are in excellent condition and organised down to the last school district. Continued bad weather, which has placed country roads in miserable shape, may prevent some counties which had planned to obtain their quota in one day from realizing their ambition. It may take the rural communities several days to obtain their quotas but they will get them.** Tulsa, which had been lagging in the drive, now is rounding into good shape, according to a message received from C. W. Kerr, Tulsa county chairman. Tulsa's quota is 31,000. Considerable rivalry is expected to develop in the campaign between Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Oklahoma county’s quota is 32,000, but J. A. Deignan, Oklahoma county chairman, voluntarily has increased the quota to 50,000. Tulsa is now expected to come along with a similar hike and raise the ante of the Oklahoma county chairman. The McAlester district is in fine shape for the campaign, according to a message from Judge E. P. Hill, district chairman. McAlester has arranged a union meeting of all churches in the city for the Busby theatre, Sunday* night, in celebration of Red Cross Sunday. Judge Hill says that Pittsburg, Haskell, Latimer, Leflore and McIntosh counties, which are in his district, are certain to obtain their quotas. At Stillwater, P.* G. Malone^ sal. I SECRETARY LANE SAYS THAT county chairman, has arranged for To Be Defended by By th* AtMiciatnl Pr«B CHICAGO. Oct.    30.—Toys dividuals, for banks    and financial    beautiful    workmanship made by institutions in many    parts of the    children    will be shown at the na-1* state hare sent their government    tional exhibition of American-made    Fg%gPg%mJ    F/irWTI    Ant bonds here for safe    keeping and    toys, to    be held at the Art Inst!-    A    (flit? I    Ll I    A    Ut    if I    /ILI neglected to clip the interest cou- tute here from Dec. 4 to Jan. 3. j pons when due. One bank in the Of the toys already in, one of the state, in a small town has several most remarkable is a complete play-110,OOO bonds here for safe keep- house, with chairs about the sizei Ing, and has never collected any of ring boxes, tiny tables and beds i of the interest, although to date it (with hand-made ruffled bed is said to amount to about $2,500. spreads!), the most diminutive of A local bank recently was inform- bric-a-brac, all complete even to the) ed it had $1,800 due It In interest* exquisitely designed wall paper and Br th# AR*oa»t*d Pi*** The bonds had been pnt away and window curtains—made by a 15 KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 30.—> overlooked for the time.    year old girl. Florence Judd isiConstitutionality of the federal farm; One reason why the interest cou- the girl's name, and she lives in loan act "ill be defended by some of! pons are not being cashed by indi- & little Illinois town, and has made 1 he counties ablest lawyers in the viduals Is that many purchased the doll furniture and clothes since shejlnited S|ates district court here to-bonds as a patriotic duty, accept- was four years old. *    !    ^a'    a    mr*n* is be*d cd the bonds something as they Another small exhibitor will be j/ v? would a receipt, and then pnt them Willette Burnham, who carves out sfo    .    _ .war promptly formula* about both human and animal figure. I    C‘‘>h    .T.LT’^'^- them aa an “lneeatment."    roughly    In wood mid gains some ?,,* his company lo test the __  “r;    •    rn.    ha wkiT/iL AnA*KaIi,y °f th« tax free features    of I striking effects a* he butles. A <l.|and    securities. should by any I speech will be delivered on MamJ(.aKed ln war relief work In Eng-    state    central committee and filter ?er<nw?.h„°mJ ,h.„P' Vam!la“d- managed the campaign for the dem- speaker in Oklahoma than Bill---jocratic ticket in 1918. His home is Murray and a large crowd will avail'    1 themselves of the opportunity of hearing him Saturday. SUPPLY WILL BE CURTAILED FOR BENEFIT OF ALL COUNTY CODICIL TO MEET SATURDAY at Checotah, where he has extensive By the Associated Presa farming and mercantile interests. a Red Cross pageant to be held Saturday. The Stillwater Chamber of Commerce has offered prizes for the hest Red Cross window display during the campaign. J An illuminated Red Cross was Seere- raise(* ove** Muskogee last night. Crouch, Muskogee county _    I    The    Countv    Council    of Defense Ablest Lawyers vn n*xx Sa,uriiay mor,'in>: at 0 o'clock in the office of the • county judge at the court house, j All members of the council are i urged to be present as business of 'importance is to be transacted. Col. House Will j Be Examined In Regard to Pact WASHINGTON, Oct. 30,    _____ tarv Lane announced as the cabi- chaairmin^h^^e’nlisted~3?<)00 Vol un-net met that the government would teers to cover Muskogee. He re-not hesitate to curtail the consump- ported yesterday that volunteers tion of coal in certain industries hac* been hard to get at first, but fifty nercent in order that the coal that they are comin& fast now* ln fifty percent in order mat ne coat additi to the inuminated Red on hand and that available from M    B Cross, Crouch has placed banners non-union mines might be equitably „^^„* T__ distributed to essential industries. The current supply of coal from non-union mines is sufficient to Mammie Behoot of Instruction The school of instruction in pro-t addition to the illuminated Red Cross, Crouch has placed banners across Broadway, as an advertising stunt. In Canadian county, J. Y. Taylor, I non-union ““«“»»»■«“*“ I of El Reno, county chairman. Is WASHINGTON. Oct. 29—There meet domestic demands and supply] ho]ding puMjc meetings at every is a    strong    probability    that    Colonel    unities,dSMr.f    Lane^td.    Mew^n^!8Ch<?01 house in the county this House will be examined by the fhr- land hag a two months reserve w***-    ...    ... eign relations committee of the supply which will take care of all j Cross^said11 Mr" Owens °after senate    regarding    some    of    the    Intl-    requiremenu    tor    ^    J S&STi r^eports^heTf Protection    for    miners    willing    to!ferent counties “Weather condi tions may make it a hard pull, but we are going to get our million members.’* -d" bv TharTe.‘Vh smith’ I «"* a* Ada U,dge No’ U#> ** F' "T T,1^    remain at work in spite of the de r «n (idhee to Tnt Th.K...* A M- wUI be ope“ for work *! whl*h "*• “ Pr6aident Wilson's con-; atrlk6 order was given geriona con-•TI?I„    T„,.I enm^nv 7:30 thl*    Every    Mason    fideutlal adviser, helped to formu- slderation by the cabinet. The gen- FREI CONTROL ROT NECESSARY, RATS so he should for he is the nine-year j , defending the suit, the attorney    Ad    columns    ut    the    News. old Bon of Anita Willetts Burnham,1 general of the United States will be al) artist wjiose drawings in chil-; represented by Charles E. Hughes, dren's hooks and on Christmas j former supreme court justice; Wil-cards have made her known nam Qa McAdoo, former secretary throughout the country. Catamarans and other boats made by young Wilfred Bronson together er with his army of 4-inch high soldiers, with their marching air Revival and lively appearance, will be on By the Aiukx ie ted Preea WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 of th* Fuel    Admiration to    deal    exhibition to    show    what effective iho    work can be    done by roughly tug- With    conditions    growing out of    the    K.g„ng jn woo„ th#    ld,a„ one wtoh_ coal    strike    is    not necessary,    Dr.    M worj| of the treasury and director general of railroads, and George W. Wickerham, former attorney general of the United States. Attorneys for the plaintiff will include William Marshall Bullitt of Louisville, Ky., solicitor general of the United States under President Taft. The suit grew out of the trust company's intention to purchase $2(1,000 worth of land .securities contrary to the wishes of Smith, according to the petition in the case. Smith sets forth in his petition that he considered the tax exemption of the securities illegal and that they were subject to back taxation. Smith, through his suit seeks te enjoin the company from purchasing who can do so is urged to attend j late at Paris. | Senator Lodge, chairman of the It win pay you to watcn th* ) committee has sent a letter to Colonel House, asking him when it would be possible for him to appear and testify. The answer, when received, will be given to the committee for such action as it may care to take. It is expected the answer will be In Senator Lodge's hand by Friday, the regular meeting day of the committee. If Colonel House Indicates a willingness to appear, it is almost a certainty that the committee will ask him to come. Harry D. Garfield advised th* Pres!-; Dolls made out of string dish dential cabinet today. Holding the mops attached to a stick have been view that the war-time powers of sent to the exhibition committee by .    »    . a.Mf4a„ i- th* Mary Adelsberger. and will have 'ha ^ are.    JT    ‘rn    an amusing show. Carved and Railroad Administration "hlch win    ,    .tm£kA    t.n have full authority of distribution Painty tojs made from used tin ri*«    can* have been sent in by settle- 10 Members of the cabinet said that-“ent children and by classer of ,( Md” Garfield-, suggestion was achenia    |and    ^    declareB    the adopted, it would bring about the Bah.WU moat be receded by the e„mptlon clause of lhe necessity of asking congress    fo,r Art»nrtltute^ore^.l5._MI    bank Mt    UDCOnatltatlollal and    as. money to reorganlae the fuel    ad- toymakera commerclal or olh.rmiie.    S(.rt8 the    issuance    of bonds under ministration.    nre Invited to send «^blts    the act lllegai and unauthoriaed. While revival of the fuel adminis-; copidition for entry being that the    ____ tration has been urged by    J* ATOf“rican made “d KIKL ADMINIHTRATION meat officials to prevent hoarding I not imitations. and profiteering, the department of!--* justice announced that it had auf-1 GERMANY TO BE BOUND Detent power to take care of thatp$a-1    HTII^ MORE RIGIDLY sibilitv under the food control act. Br th* AMoeiat«d Pr*««      ...________. An order restoring prices for coal! PARIS, Oct. 30. — Before the, rnm#a ^ n , th . tha. Vnni 'ah will be issued by President Wilson I Peace Treaty becomes effective. Ger-j    ^ probably today. Off trials would    not j man representatives will be required.) J”1'"‘J®*1^    u,jJ#    “ ?®«n    thl sav what maximum bad ben deter- It Ii expected here, to sign an ad-    * the h    indlliig of    c04» during    the ditional agreement, binding Germany comlnX 8trike' and wou,d U8« to carry out armistice clauses, which were not incorpotated in the peace treaty. The Supreme Council considered the test of the proposed agreement. say what mined upon The reason Europe respects American Ideals is because they Include square meals sa well ss square deals. —Greenville <S. C.) Piedmont. TO GO BACK ON DUTY By th* AnftociKted Praos WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—At the conclusion of the special cabinet Attorney General authority under the food control act to take whatever steps might be necessary to meet the situation. Let a Want Ad get It for you. by the cabinet. Tne gen oral understanding is that ordinary) police forces, state and local, will) be used first, but troops will be; ordered to the mines if necessary. Government officials early today endeavored to obtain further reports from coal operators regarding the announcement last night by Thomas P. Brewster, head of the coal operators scale committee, that no attempt would be made to open the mines Saturday in face of the strike order. WASHINGTON. Oct.    30.—The The committee is; railroad administration today order-partUvularly anxious to get informa- ed the confiscation of all coal in tion as to the commitments which transit wherever necessary to obtain have been made in the name of the United* States by President Wilson and the other American representatives at the peace conference. Col- a reserve supply to keep railroads in operation. In taking over such coal exemptions will be made as far as possible one! House, it Is believed, is in a, of coal consigned to certain classes better position to furnish this in- j on the priority list established by formation than any one else at this | the Fuel Administration. time. MANY STEEL WORKERS ORDERED BACK TO WORK ALIENS AND ANARCHISTS ARB TO BE DEPORTED By th* Associated Priss WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—At the request of Attorney General Palmer the senate Immigration commit-1 taken by the Amalgamated Associates today ordered a favorable re-j tion of Iron, Steel and Tin workers Fly the Associated Press YOUNGSTOWN. Ohio. Oct. 30.— The national strike committee at Pittsburgh has endorsed the stand port on the house bill providing for deportation and permanent exclusion of aliens and anarchists from the United States. WRATHER FORECAST Cloudy tonight and Friday. Probably rain and colder Friday. The first person cremated in America was colonel Henry Laurens at Charleston, S. C.. In 1703. that contracts with steel plants madfe before the strike shall be held inviolate and all men under such contracts have been ordered to return to work, it was announced today by D. J. Davis, vice president of the association, who is here to see that the orders are carried out. NORK IEE RPT TO RESCUE ENTOMBED MEI By the Associated Press STEU VEN VILLE, Ohio, ‘Oct. 30. —After battling their way to within one hundred and fifty feet of the point where twenty miners have been imprisoned since yesterday 'orning, rescue workers were ordered out of the Y. & O. No. 2 Mine at Amsterdam, Ohio, this morning by mine officials, and mine inspectors who feared that an explosion might occur, according to word received here. All hope that the twenty miners are alive has been abandoned. Rescue parties worked all night in the gas field mines where one hundred and fifty feet from the entrance te No.' 15, the twenty miners are imprisoned. Fire broke out behind the rescuing papty and its members were forced to fight their way through flames and smoke. Many narrowly escaped suffocation. Subsequent attempts to rescue the men failed, and officials at daylight this morning ordered the rescuers to leave the mine. Coal was afire throughout the entire night and the mine was filled with gas. The oldest building in America ie The mallard duck is the original! an adobe structure in Santa Fe from which most domestic fowls are which sheltered Coronado ta 1540. descended. Skins from which top grade shoe leather is made come from India. China, Russia, Africa and South America. 1.1 ;