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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Creek Is; Cool and Comforting the Bank Is; and I'm Going Fishing, Hiawatha Very Hot and Still the Air Is; Very Smooth the Gliding E+^bio returns TWO CENTS THE COPY THIS DISTRICT ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919 VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 114 Pacific Northwest Burning fr-K I't-H HI ♦♦♦■HH I I iH 'I ’I • * *** DRI E Convicts at Ft. Dull Leavenworth Go I TAI [AA On Strike Too! GHTMM. RESPONSIBLE OR NKW BLAZES WHICH MAKES BAH MATTERS VERY MI CH WORSE. Oh You Dancing Church Offi cers! Ynur Dana Are Smelt) Numbered THE AMERICAN EXPEDITION ARY FORTES ARE RAPIDLY DIMINISHING, ACCORDING TO REPORTS. Anti-Daiice Resolution. We. the undersigned ministers of the gospel in Ada, believing that the modern dance is highly dangerous to morality and subversive of spirituality, and therefore an enemy to the cause of Christ, do hereby declare ourselves unalterably and unquali-fidlv opposed to its practice in every form, whether in private or in public. We believe that no person who dances can be true to Christ, that no such person, after being warned and failing to heed, should be continued as a member of the church in good Rev. Ham has at least aroused the ministers of the city with his anti-dancing campaign at the tabernacle. They met yesterday, sometime before the evening service, and drafted a resolution which was read at the tabernacle last night by Rev. George W. Beck, chairman of the ministerial alliance, and from the contents of the document it looks as though they meant to unhorse church officers and Sunday school teachers who, hereafter, persist in dancing or allowing dancing id their homes. The resolution as read is as follows: IF GISTER ORDINANCE IS EN FORCED CARS WILL RE ORDERED OFF STREETS OF CITY. CROWD NOT SO LARGE NIGHT BEFORE, BIT DEI INTEREST MANIFESTED T ll HOUG HOITT. Mrs. Correll and Son Testifying Before Congressional Committee By the Associated Press* WASHINGTON, July 24—An army bombing plane, carrying a crew of five, commanded by Lieut. Colonel ii. s. Hartz, left ground here at IO a. in. oil the first leg of a flight of nearly 8,000 miles around the rim of the country. The first stop is scheduled in Augusta, Maine, 560 miles from Washington, D. G. By the Associated Pre** PARIS, July 24.—The Baltic commission of the peace conference presented today a report recommending that Viand Islands, between Sweden and Finland, at the south of the Gulf of Bothnia, lit' neutralized under a guarantee of the League of Nations. State Highway Meeting at Pauls Valley Tomorrow By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, July 24.—Two gigantic ocean liners, larger than any ship now afloat and designed to cross the Atlantic in four days, are to be built by the U. S. Shipping Board. They will be one thousand feet long and of thirty knot speed and will be equipped for use as commerce destroyers In case of war. The board announced today that plans had been completed and that work, would start in the near future.
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