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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             ra're 5 __ BIG RETURNS ADA OKKAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY VOLUME XVI. __ JVW JBERT SIGNS PEACE TREATY Meeting Last Evening Finishing Touches IIHHI11 SEIfA 11 On for J% (JBltMAN ASSEMBLY THE PEACE TREATY SIGNS AND IT PATCHED TO VER- SAILLES.. SHYS THAT LKAOUK OF JSA- "TIOXS t'OVKXAXT HAS BE- COMK A rUACTlCAL NE- CESSITY Final tenches woro ni-hi. A meeting of the chairmen' of the various committees was; i-ill-Hl at oight o'clock and most of ihe conimitiee heads were present.; -Presi-: uvery report indicated that definite j plans had been formulated as far; could be until the meeting is i actually in- progress. Such com-, ittees as the publicity and ladies Film firm Gets Ada News; Is Stuck On It Bv tin' BERLIN. July Ebert signed the bill oH the Ger- man National Assembly ratifying the pence treaty at eight o'clock last night and the document was im- mediately dispatched to Versailles. _ _  atlon or the Rhlneland, of problems that arose in framing .preliminaries were at an end and 2B othoi UKS, the> d are to.; the treaty. Wilson said the agree- h oonumluity was brought face; e to thank >ou b __, ment as to league covenant has, face wllh ,he real thing. A. kindly tor going to 116 ot i of ceuuine and confident en-: sending us the Ada News, .spun 01 ami vnn tii.it we noDreciate! had become a practical no- ils the publicity auu woies, ls reading as follows: ,o which framers of the, work .work already under, American %ho I ce between Ger- ,v and every part running smooth- in receipt of two leUeis 5 fe asEOciated the work of the tabernacle Bowers, signed on June 28, 1913, is on hand to speak for itself. in hicli t e> tob protocol belonging thereto. With last night's meeting ended th b ,al ,he ni..re0ment relating tdp creat val. The i ottonr.gs. In the icttei 01 juuc .10 _____ nhineland. More Wars Ahead If Senate Turns Down League NEW YORK, July 10. Fear that tire senate may reject the peace treaty and the covenant oE the league of nations was ex: pressed by Samuel Goinpers, presi- dent of the American Federation i DEMOCRATS FROM ALL PARTS OF STATE MEET AT STATE j CAPITAL TODAY TO BOOST. I Bv tlio AsjmHiiti.il Press 'WASHINGTON, July 10. Tnej big British dirigible R-34 was 345' miles due east of New York on return trip to Scotland at a, Washington time, this morning, according to a radio message to the navy department here. NEW YORK, July British dirigible R-34 is well on her I place at the capitol this way home today after an eighty-six, when friends and admirers of Sena- hour stay in America, following Robert L. Owen, will meet for first non-stop flight of a lighter the purpose of-perfecting a penna- _ ___.. f nnTr T H t. n ATI QT) "OWPTl BVlF Oklahoma City, What probably will be the- most important political meeting to be held in Oklahoma this year will take than air craft. She took air at o'clock iast night at Roose- velt Field, Mineola, N. Y., passed over New York City and circled over the Times building before head- ing in an easterly direction at Mr. Gompers has been a strong.a- m very signed tne same uuy, me :yiri (jompers ua-s ,le of: "This law comes into force on j advocate of the league of nations Sews i the day of its promulgation plan ar.d he expressed the opinion -ciafei The Nationf.l Assembly By rati- that ic the treaty Is not ratified Uni- tying the treaty makes it possible and tho league plan adopted, the LIIC yuiyuoc UL >jci nent organization of an "Owen For 9 President club." The meeting will .be called to or- der in the chamber of the house of representatives, west wing of the fourth floor of the capitol, prompt- ly at 10 o'clock by Governor Rob- tying the treaty makes it possible for the allied and associated pow- ers to raise ihe blockade. Official M Ham and Mr. Ranuay is necos- "Vou have wa; sen. to Germany all interests which did not admit to make the plan complete and best displays ot Boron ul ps blockade would of immediate settlement of all ad- h a, bis tabernacle it is in 'Destiny that the wrltei has.Jun miniMrative problems which were; p d they wln over: ever seen. No doubt one to require continual overs.gh and bepin whal prom-' not familiar counr and .fed. When tho president entered th world wars. Senate.' the galleries cheered for one minute, disregarding chamber rules. to be the 3 l V.' effort in the history of the city. greatest religious did not know Ada. and was a stranger in fort in the history 01 me i-u i ns a piar The rally-cry of the revival Is, parts, at the fnst odv by __ rtf Liml inlfi atl no LllaL IL tin; and the league plan adopted, the be plunged into new uo. "In spite of my hopes anl de- said Mr. Gompers, "I have a suspicion in the back -if my head that those who are working to de- feat the treaty and the. covenant these looked upon in peace conference! [ho lcaglie of nations wi pro- LHV-wTV- n AAII (r I _. _ i if be raised when the treaty was rat- countrv anu ificd. Placing this condition on popualion of! the raising of the blockade was popui.uioii p conference ertson, who is president of the tem- MINEOLA, N. Y., July organization, and who jssued British dirigible R-34 left Roosevelt tfle meeting today. Field shortly before midnight on her Many pronlilient democratic lead- return cruise to Scotland. ers, including Tom L. Wade, of Mar- (yrpnt shin, held in leash D> The great ship, held in 1 000 American balloon men, was re- leased at o'clock and floated leisurely up to a height of 200 feet democratic national commit- teeman, and George L. Bowman, of Kingfisher, secretary of the demo- nosing upward, headed York. for BATTERY CASE TRIED YESTERDAY ILu uuu- i w n wi f ihe rill wherever you have, for some theater in either Chicago turned on the street. It has called or New York City, and we are grat- o vou fronV the show window, from ifieU to know th..t cur proiluPLim- the windshield or the moving car. are being y ..n fro-n the telephone post, and from has the co-operauon of a new..- he new-paper page This slogan paper, as we appreciate the as- that cun best be Distance ef a p-r-o means m ex- circles as a sure plan for securing j vail t may right bere that ill Three great VaU 1 IliaV 00. J A.II_V 0--' ihov succeed and If there be any j on the ship made ._____.lU.1n trt tVin tVlrt The rally-cry oi nit- nri was speedv ratification Dy uermnuy. (1 succeed and u ir.sru ue uuj- on uie had Hiuht With God." You have.be of the opinion that his ad Asas p Qf fh.e Qn Monday ur the blo0dshed cernlble to the thousands who had v onmn f hon1 OT in it HOT t _ ____ gathered to bid her "Oil VOj-dbc- With three starboard and forward-running and two olh- cratic state central committee, ar- _____rived yesterday to attend the meet- ine- vMrs. Katherine Va% Leuven, presi- dent of the state organization of democratic women's clubs, said yes- will be upon their commercial cen- oi sorship on commu.Ticatlons with Germany simultaneously with the, removal' of the blockade. I SOME OF OUR TEXTBOOKS ers in reserve tne When three of the principal al- WRITTEN BV OKLAHOMANS toward lied powers, in addition to -3 4 terday that she expected a large at- tendance cf women, this prediction being based upon the number of inquiries received frojn women as to the time 'place of the meeting. Joe Watson, colored, who has given more or less trouble to the enforcement officers for a long time, as! have ratified the treaty it becomes! Five oklahomans and two Okla- im effective for those who have rati-! citynns, both of' them wom- t> wuruf ui in.. I j( After Germany and the i en wm profit by the action of the ,ess man who made it a Civmpany. on three allied powers have ratified it st.Ue lextbook commission 1n adopt- way. "ThTsto'rV  oiiraelf on every turn by Mr. Ratllft_and I tho arrangement of his add rescinding theTity attorney. J. W. Dean. a complete surren- repret very much that ere are ment The trouble came up last Mon- and l was saved, not more live newspaper .men ii the, (Continued day night In the negro morning I started to my state who are capable of demon-. Sphelia Watson was living in Jfhf cl aad L I their ability m exp lolIng 0 O O C O House near the Frisco railroad, with ITJr. card inside bis features as this is a great help o allied council concerning the block- a teacher In tho _____ tho h'Sh 'trariS-Atlantlc "hop" ade was as follows: i school, wrote a book on "Food {rom North America. "The superior blockade council! Clothing" which was chosen by the Vni-rt tfp orrfitl ___.. In tVsa Prayer meetings were held this afternoon at. the following homei at 4 o'clock: District No. M. R. Cb.ll- l f nm North 'news'.ape- a, well as vourself on "The superior wn.cn was u, a statement'to the Associated ,cutt 'eader newspape as N tu instructed to base Its arrange-, commission (or in the schools. press tonight, Major G tho arrangement of his ad a. rescinding restriction! schooi olvics written by1 [i LL, iVll a. J. District No. J. D. Lasa- left. Ophelia came running bottorl Oi u. her house and screaming. Joe toi- on richt with God, a live newspaper man. K a Joe struck her in the side, on the alon.. on my knees p.aj o. a irm and on the top of her head with message, it seemed clear to t no that a heavv Pistol the wound on the tell my audience what m> hea f noceMltatlng the calling of a I had done, and toll others doctor and having the wound ,o niglit With God. dressed She ran away from Joe thinv years this has been and stayed that nisht at the home U1Y cry. MAKES OWX Thousands U1V of a neighbor. Joe claimed he did ronvicted and converted helia, but that she i those words or them read by Major Colo's story is the story after a not strike OphelU., and hurt her head. A number of testified in the case. Attorney Ratliff made a strong (hp ?implf. ,nossage which reachca only reached you appeal for his client and undertook Of men and, in the sim- across thu broad AtKintic, over part to impeach the testimony of many. is tno whole story of; of Fl.aucc and maybe Germany, of the negroes on the stand. meeting. returned to this country? He stated that Ophelia Watson was tho i nuliti- stale, wouldn't it? cause of all the trouble and that cOVTEkfTIATKD Yet. there are boys who have she was a "choc" drinker, dope: uKHK TO SWKDKX been overse.as who are just getting fiend, bootlegger-and a nuicn worst. their Christmas packages, accord- woman than Joe was a man. The ,.lnK ,0 the postofflcc officials here, room was crowded with specutois. t M July i Evory few days, a package or a and a great many negroes ._ uv ,he United is delivered .to tho former present which caused the h under consideration Mldlci. to whoin It was addressed, um'mer' I Vuh' authorities of 'the 0 .more often, returned to the mivor decided, Watson was KOVCrnment a plan K> lay a caoie sendcr. h r r a. anothPr charse of assault I ne DapeD, Myhetcr. mas present, and It has weathered Gainst him which wm be tried BriHsh Monopoly and control the covetous eye of the many-array laturday." Tnd a third charge of caWft Sweden! mall it_passed, It surely will N013LKSY1LLK, Jnd., July 10.__The Rev. James Hill, a. retired .minister, who lives en n farm In the northern part of this county, has just linished the coffin in which lie will be buried. It is solid and high'.y polished. The timber was cut from a tree on his farm which was planted by his grandmother ninety years ago. Jle has pieced tlio coffin in a local undertaking establishment and il will remain there un- O' W. Scroggs Ot worman tire me nomewa.ru nrT. Pa-4 u.tnat u favorable the dingi- Djstrict No. O i schools. o! Oi o o o o o o' oi A BILL TO KEEP IHE HI tions renlainoa favorable the Djstrict No. Estill. East ble should reach home shores in'Slh; Mrs. M. L. Perkins, leader. seventy hours. District No. Dunn, East climatic conditions over Ineil3th; Mrs. westhrook, leader. Atlantic are very bad for frying'in No. Haynes, ..._. TJ.5J." he said. AI jj.vs. Brents, Leader. "An.ntic; "District No. sFord, East he Mrs. Sullivan, leader. b i District No. Ridling, ______ i East 17th; Mrs. S. P. Ross, leader. District No Kennedy, M.irr Alioiit Mr. Miuson. j Eas( Mrs. c. M. Chauncey, like the, flying in the future larger and faster s OKLAHOMA CITY, July hearing How would you like some i O............. chocolates that 'had traveled O til ihe times comes to use it. miles? Or smoke a cigarot that O O O Morr .MI. I East 13th: Mrs. u. 'M. WASHINGTON, July 10. Tht; Thomas Mason, whose of the United States would on yesterday's cas-, DistVict No. be permitted, during his term j n-inu R M I District No. Deriorm me VIULICD UL nu _......_ )1lrt O O 0 C C 0 O O 0 O East Gordon, MICKIE SAYS be permitted, during his "-'rm J r.a, "iK ,he son of W. R. Mai of Office, to leave the country or to.'- Mason enlisted In No uoraon, O perform the duties of his off ce ex- .01 1917, I cept at Washington, under a bill n- al sprvinK m0re than a year "-1 .troduced yesterday by Representa- :uld j! >nd participatin? in the lcader' Campbell of Kansas, c. Normal Notes Saturday, 
                            

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