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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma At the Entrance, "Life There Are Mirrors-One Shovs the Mistakes of the Past the Other the Possibilities IG RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 101 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Correll Relat H I 0 OOMMTXITY' VRWKR MKKTIXG HKTORE ARRIVAL OF THK IHG REVIVAL COMPANY. Judginc: from the attendance on lust Sunday night and by the inter-] est that has been manifested dur-i ins; the week, a large crowd is ex- pected at the big to-, night at the community prayer meeting. This service will be tho; hist of tho preliminary services' which have been held from time 10 time over a month and will be. without doubt, a fitting climax for, these wonderfully helpful meetings. Dr. Ham and Mr. Ramsay will be i here tomorrow flnd the groat meet-1 ing will start in full blast at eight O'clock tomorrow evening. Every report from all over the "ouKtry indicates that the over-, '.vhelm'iuc success from the start -jf the great meeting is practically .is-, Thf.se reports indicate that the ministerial alliance has made no mistake in the selection of a re-: viTalist and even casual observers note that the interest of the people: of Ada if of more than ordinary depth. Amoui men who are traveling lo and fro through the country. among them Barney Reilley, the fa- mous" singer, who gare a concert at ihe Normal last Monda> night, the opinion that Ada is living up to her reputation for enterprising only, the best in the Ham-Ramsay effort. Men who have had opportunity to observe the effects of such enter- prises upon the moral tone of the- communities that have undertaken STOKY OF CRIME AND BARBAR- ITY RKADS LIKE HISTORY OF THE DAYS OP Bringing a story of the murder of John W. Com'll, the maltreat- ment of Mrs. Correll mid the brutal handling of ihftir son, Joe, which has few parallels for absolute bru- ,in-l gruesomeneso, the latter Our Great Wilson Declares, "Is to See That World Peace Is Preserved NEW YORK, July n. The full o'lrive just returned to Ada. The text of President Wilson's speech at Mi ni. jusi _______ ,-octovrtnv nftRrnnon. body of i heir husband and father lies in a lonely graveyard In Mexi- Carnegie Hall yesterday afternoon, follows: "Fellow countrymen: co a victim of the lawless bands c ..j anl not coing to try this after-; thnt infest that lawleU country. noon to make you a real speech. I Mrs. Correll is apparently in good am a bit alarmed to find how many j health, save for the bruises on her speeches I have in my system unde- body Inflicted by the so-called Mex- ican soldiers. Joe, the sixteen year old boy. is uninjured, his life being I'.vered, but they are all speeches that come from the mind want to say to you this atternooa only a WILD OVATION GIVEN TO THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY IX BOTH NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON. saved by the poor aim of a can who shot several times at him jus he was hurriedly making Mis WHV from the house into the thick-1- few words from the heart. Hobokeii Beautiful. "You have made me deeply happy five months ago for Mexico, with the of buying a farm ia i I tend 10 you. !I am. this is the first time I was beaut I- have really, though OUIJ till f -i niov 'ana in the open, the bitterly con iii.'tieiVu ird bic !rird lhc oth01' Sldo tested question of its ratification. wanted xudo field, and b.g_pas most precedent, it wa Bv tlic Assioolnli'il WASHINGTON, July Wilson returned to Washington at 'midnight- after an absence of four months at the Paris conference. He was accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, Miss Margaret Wilson, and by Vice President Marshall and most of the members of his cabinet, who greeted him on his arrival at New York to- day. The presidential party was greeted 'at the station by a crowd of several i thousand persons who waited I for several hours. After brief wel- I WASHINGTON, July sen-'comjns ceremonies, the president ate made ready yesterday'to receive Wilson drove directly to 'the peace treaty from President. Wil--the White House, son and to take up without delay! SKN'ATE DOORS TO BE OPEN TO PUBLIC WHEN THE PRESI. DENT ADDRESSES IT 4 THURSDAY. He was looking for cheap und more room. Thousands Greeted His Arrival. NEW YORK, July ujsit'garuiiiis yuri.cu'iiii., w'ilson returned to the United States sick man in the American expodi- ,voted unanimously to open the doors I today and, in his first speech dehv- :min; um, Uo.iary force, and it is with feelings he bUc when the president ered on American soil since the peace party landed in T.impico and th.u vain foi. mo to hjs address Thursday sub- treaty was signed declared that the beu-an to look around. A tew weeics, ,Q myself in this tne treaty and asking for peace at Paris was "a just ago they agreed to buy a farm o. again. I do not acceptance To the same pur- peace which, if it can be preserved, 120 acres near the little station <-r i lack in admiraiiou ofipose plans were made by the lead-jwin safeguard the world from un- rolonia, -7 miles nort h of lampico countries', 'ers to rush the document to the inecessary bloodshed." on the Mexican Central Railway. world View Cluuipwi. 'printers and to circulate many thou-: Tne olliy reference the president Mrs. Correll says this is one of Lie liavc many things of copies for the information to his political opponents was plantations she has ever seen. g'ottencd my homesickness. One-of country. 'made, when, in referring to the ne- CHIP side is the little town, 01' things that softened it president Approves, 'gotiations at Paris, he said: what was n town before the bandits i vorv Is fArtile and the cli- id.tht had desires. A senate order to looked too much upon the eu tne P. last ide [or the session was submit-'pround. They have thought too tod hv rhnirman Lodce of the nf the interests that were near such that fruits grow all tho be covering that cuuimauiiii.- These are some of the cream of California's mermaids snapped at them and. particularly, those who of which promise.to shutter all records in this have come in contact with the Ham- races. Ramsay influence in others places. -_______________________________________________ are loud in their applause of Ada for bringing them here. There is hardly a question but that the business, social, and relig- ious elements of the community are solidly behind the big movement and that the citizen who -is not "in on it" will soon feel decidedly lonesome. 'iae tor tne session jiuuuin. ground. iney uavt: world of her true! ted by Chairman Lodge of the for- imuch of the interests that were near lwd com .need the relations committee, after he them and they have not listened, to The improvements on the place welcome Decause they had had at White House ihe voices of 'heir neighbors. ___j inrr-p iwo ___ ___ 4m. reports that Mr. wnson have never had r. moments aouui. GREAT REin-CTIOX RAILWAY ACVmKXTS. S.W S Departmental Changes Will Make Judge Ames U. S. Attorney General corresponding. For. ihe bandits would CJH itliem. -Mr. Correll bought no mules, horses or. cows, but purchased a 1 a Ford car and began work on the j 'plantation. The money did not; change hands, though the irade would have boon consummated with- I in a. few days or weeks at the most. 1 Twenty acres of ground had been i broken bi-fore the had devoted to material 1n- they had seen her boys the water with a vision UL ut a vote. The president arrived at the no- The order also provided that five boken army pier, formerly the dock be named to i of the come across the water with a visiion aV the cap- before "3 "o'clock. The army even more beautiful than which to conduct him to the sen-'transport George Washington, on ceived when they had entertain- cnamber. The chair selected hc sailed from Brest, was dreams of liberty and peace. rankinf. members of the foreign re- escorted up the bay by the battle- Praise for Dougliboys. llatious committee: Senators Pennsylvania and more than a "A-nd then I had the added pride Massachusetts; McCumber, North 'score Of destroyers and smaller naval of tirdiiii; out by personal observe- Dakota, and Borah, Idaho, re-'craft j I-O.T i IIP hind of men we had sent and Hitchcock, _ By the Prc" OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. July 0. reduction of 56 per cent, in railway accidents In May of this vea" as compared to May of 1918, is the result of the "No Accident" campaign conducted by railroads of the southwest durini; May, accord- ing to a communication received in this city from B. F. Bush, director of railways. A total of 646 accidents to rail- road employes occurred during May of Ibis year as compared to 1.41 a for last year. During the first three mouths of this year nn average of one emplove was killed for every 175 in service, while during May the number was reduced to one fa- tal accident for every in ser- vice. It is believed the effects of the .have the intention of the Corrells to their children Join Ihem as ho 1-ind of men wn hart sent and HitchcocK, 'i had crossed the seas with jaml Williams. Mississippi, democrats., OKJ_ ALL iml of men who had taken; l% WAR the kind of men TULSA. Okla.. July That Judge C. B. Ames, former slatc'le ren ;i b" without whom they not have sone to Europe and h t I saw that food administrator of Oklahoma, All things nt to aJ im oo amnstrator o aom, and now assistant M.orney-general News in of ho ma at, I gotShere I saw that army of men. We have had our eyes; UI llltit. close upon our tasks at times' and now assistant niiorney-generiu verv close upon our of the United Slates. wiH become! hands of so-cnHctl soldieis as Uey we mt6d them, as we uttorney-geueral, taking the place of swept down on some plai tatiOJ, Accustomed to lift thorn to a, of the fond and clothinu we were aware that I eral months. t is eeve campaign be felt for ,er- house, by adopting 235 to A. Mitchell ralmor, who Is in line to become postmaster genera! in lieu or A. S. Durleson. is the opinion advanced by E. 13. Howard, repre-: sii'ifative from district, _____ Tho rumor of the resignation ofi Postmaster General Albert Sidney; A DOITS HUM') KOK I.M-' Burleson, cabled to President NVil- ACTION ON THK son, brought a smile and a pleasing PROHIBITION word .from Congressman Howard, MKXT BIMj. who is home on official business. Q Howard WHS Glad. "I'm glad that Burleson has WASHINGTON, July 9. Howard said "He should have IAH> II wl '-uv- v ihey could find, whot stock they could not, or did not want to (Continued on Page Eight.) MICKIE SAYS r'ule'forTmmedraVe consider..- "Who do you think will succeed tlon of prohibition enforcement iCK--inurleSon? was asked mm ELECTED FOR the promise of Chairman Volstead agent, would be named as his sue s: of the baseball club yesterday after- reaChed this week. Every effort to eral, answered Mr. Howard. noon the elected: 'delay consideration oy cia.ms UL Amos'is a very fine man.j Ben Quorum, demands for roll (jails and AIUHS V, ]mpr and W. J. Coff- by forcing tho reading, word Bpleadid attorney, and la man, Treasurer. "The meeting was of the printed text of StSng the team has had. Sevetal new men were out to practice, among them being Frisco Vernon, one of Ada's former pitching stars; Charles Orr, the one of the beM players m the state. LeB's tnm two of the and several others. About twenty men were at the practice. A prac- tice game will be played at the Fair grounds tomorrow night at 6 o'clock. The game will be with tbe kVisco. Okla., team. Dates are be- ing arranged with one of the army learns from Fort Sill, announcement of vhicu win be made soon. well of New Yorlt, both democrats, iment, brought a protest from members who declared they were endeavoring by the pro-1 ceedingB. Less than two of the twelve hours for debate had been used when the house adjourned, to resume consideration Thursday, to- day being calendar day. Save 5 per cent by .paying your, electric light bill tomorrow. MfXHW SUFFER AS RESVIVT OF WHEAT HARVEST Ity tin- AKsoclnU'O rn-Hi PITCHER, Okla., July lea-d and ?.lnc mines in this vicinity have suffered as a result of the harvest In -Oklahoma and Kansas. HurdTcds of miners, according to distant, horizon, we were aware all the peoples of the earth had turned their faces toward us as those who were the friends of free- dom and right and whenever wo thought of national policy and of us of the under Chance to fight a Europe Champion it i, ''pVvVivv 'iTT InVv CINCINNATI Julj .WORK rtv tin1 Asstiolatwl Press j OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. July 0. to figures recently giv- j "i-1 E sra'e collec- i or for ihe United War Work fund, OV'ahoma, having paid approximate- T cent.- is i subscrip- tions. The campaign was conducted last fall lo raise war funds for the Jack1 Young Men's Christian Assertion, i The Young Women's ChrisliS! AS- yond all computation, for a whether in a great capacity or a small, to take part in the counsels and in the resolutions of a peo- ple like this. I am afraid some people, some persons do not under- winner of the forthcoming Georges Carpentier-John Beckett bout. Dempsey expects to accept he challenge, it is said, but objects to going across the water, Kearns made the statement that he would the American" Library Association and the Salvation Army. Oklahoma a quota was t--------- made tne siaicinuuc LHU.L staad'that vision. They do not. see -eavor to brinK tne match to-this It.. They liava looked too much but that if he cannot suc- on the ground. They have thought ceed that Dempsey win too much of the that were conslder the proposition of .goins near thew, and they have not list-' Europc to fight, ened to the voices of their neigh- "Of Course We Will "I have never had a moment's doubt aa to where the heart and purpose of this people lay. When any one on the other side of the water had raised the Question 'will America come In and I have m said 'of course America will come in and help.' She cannot do anything Who This Boy? In KB regular quota of Associated Press dispatches today, the News received the following: "Washington, July army and help.' sne cannoi uu Ca6uaity lists today reported eSted.-Miles C. Grigsby, W. M. ed. NAZARENE PASTOR. Rev. Dun- can, will be the. leader for the com- munity prayer meeting tonight at
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