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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             ll THIS DISTRICT ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY VOLUME XVI. NUMBER Pacific Northwest Burning Up Convicts at Ft. Leavenworth Go On Strike IF OVSTEK FORCED WILL DKKED OFF STREETS OF CITY. Bj- ihe Associated Press LEAVENWORTH. July -o. hundred military i prisoner? in the disciplinary -bar- 'racks at Ml'CH WORSE. ,luly Pacific Norihvvest 'is .-burning up. have been raging over t ho northwestern states since June 10U. The entire Vouulry is dry as. pom- ind fires are raging m every direc--, fion lUs estimated Mat nieni are engaged in ill 'racks at the federal prison here wilh 'the flames. on strike yesterday and have have repeatedly resisted attempts of the -r.u.nlcps in all pans .____ .VA..I tn -w-ni'V Mi..ii> hihi-iT  and hun- of men in the employ of ;l-im- her protective associations, Have failed to hold in e-luvk serious tires were raging yesterday, manv of them far oui of -hounds, in northern Idaho and western and DOCTOR OF LAW DEGREE; t ihc Asurx-ifttod TreMi CAMBRIDGE, Falls, ly; St. Regis, on ihf MIUILIWS llw.n on the highway, to attend the meeting. The Oklahoma, Texas and dull highway was organized seven years ngb and was the first north and south highway put on the map be- tween this city ana. Dallas. The Texas section of the road is made up of hardsurfaced roads between Dallas and Red the exception of two River with stretches irusum you learn of God's goodness? From the Bible? His love and goodness did not prevent Him from driving Adam and Eve out of the Garden and leaving them and their descend- ants to 'battle with dangers and death. Discharges from the army total to date or offi- cers and men, the War Department announces. The estimated strength of the army on July 14 was officers and men. Of this num- ber there were in the American ex- peditionary forces only and in Siberia the remain- der being in the United States, the insular possessions or at sea. Since November 11, there have, sailed from Europe offi- cers and men of the American army, the announcement contin- ued Enlistments in the army since the armistice and to July 19 total 81 742. Of the enlistments there we're who signified a desire difficulties, for service in the A E F and onjy 679 who desired service in Siberia. "His goodness did not save the generations of Noah that perished, O_LAHOMA CXTY AND .1 a----J -wrtrwi j-WWmt in the flood. OL. v mv --_ I bVanch of the Northern Pacfic Haii- E, July near St. Regis, and ,ing today received the a pioneer mining camp nf lfl.WS i _ _. T __.; .i.x.i.n of divt in and south of McKinney. Road hnnds were recently voted to mi ;fSd- with hard surfaced roafls. NOT LARGE AS NIGHT BEFORE, BX7T DEEP INTEREST MANIFESTED THROTJGHOrT. what it is, where it is and who will go there was Evange- list -Ham's topic for the sermon last evening at the big tabernacle. There were not so many out last wno "His goodness did not save the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, not even Lot's family; nor did it save the descendants of Abraham 225 years of the most rigorous 'bondage and cruel tyranny under the ambitious monarchs of Egypt. Neither did it save the rebellious multitudes who were slain during the wilderness journeys. -His gooo.- ness and love did not the man j. .H u --T-------u t-i honorary degree of doctor ot laws menaced se- from Cambridge University, i-iotisly bv the flames, r irst bu- f'ire probably would be chocked and Thompson Falls saved if the wea- ither remained favorable. Mrs; Correll and Son Testifying Before Congressional Committee! lARMY BOMBING PLANE STAKTS LONG VOYAC.K By iho Pre July An By Stiwiul WASHINGTON, July -The Mexicans then had contempt j for honihins plane, carrying a hy ijicut. .olonel 11. S. HarU, left, ground al former American residents of Mexico including Mrs. John W. Cor- i l al 10 a. in. on the.first leg ol fliiriit of nearly miles around the rim of the country. The first slop is scheduled m Au- "Yes." Mr. Mitchell said there strong anti-American spirit in the rell of Ada, Okla.. whose husband; administration. W-KI murdered near Ta-mplco. and Discussing the mistreatment OL tflj .Miune, L" r were among those to heard yesterdaj- -by the house lilrgely responsible NEUTRALIZED committee which is holding hear-, datiolis in Mexico, particular-: I'XDKR LEAGUK   the _at Hellrv P. .the Am- Mexican sovernment to apprehenu i was openly in- the murderers. I suited on the streets of Mexico City Shi- remained at her home about hu l- a week before returning to the United States, she said, but in tnai lime no representatives ot the Car- ranzj, government called to discuss iht attack or attempt to run down the bandits. Commanded oy Hiui. Mrs. Correll's son, Joseph, aged is" testified that the be.nd who at- tacked his parents was composed of about fifty men commanded by a German who spoke excellent tng- lish and who wore a uniform simi- lar to those of American soldiers. He said a detachment of Carranza soldiers arrived at the railroad sta- tion, near his father's ranch, the day after the attack, but remained only a short time and made no ef- fort to locate the bandits. William B. Mitchell, former man- ager of the Bank of London in Mexico City, told the house rules committee today that the -sending of two American military expedi- tions into Mexico and their subse- wi'hdrawal Is largely respon- ihc Associnliil Prom PARIS, .luly Baltic eom- the -nine consideration as oth-i mission of the peace cpnfoteilLe .icne-s ihe witness said, add-1 presented today a report, rccom- npne.s, the Alanil be- tween Sweden and Finland, at the south of the tiulf of Bothnia, In: supreme corrected, ap-j M. ,1. Chestnut, et iief 'in the reality of any such place and others have sneerlngly cast the thought Still others are not enough to deny, yet are not strongly convinced of the truthful- ness of what they assent to as a doctrine: hence are lukewarm in okj UKia., Nation- al prohibition is beginning to have an effect o'n the amount of business done by the police and federal offi- cers and as the price of whiskey soars higher crime declines, accord- ing to officials. that can make a man crazy with a little doctoring up." Some Use Dope. Ai the city jail the usual line "gin heads" continues to come la as evidence that the July 1 stock laid away in the cellar has not yet been exhausted, although some of the regular patrons of the place Kd' Overho'lser, Oklahoma dismissed; doctrine; nuiitu uic their attitude. While another class j strives to argue against hell and- convince themselves of its nonexist- MSV -WB-SS. ,s ss.Ter.ss Wllkins ..Since ence because of anxiety over some R. company Overst.reet county- is dead, or one el and'! is "incorrigibly steeped in sin. or district i through personal dread of landing Hulted on the streets o. :Mexwo ,inder a: guarantee of "f State Highway Meeting at Pauls Valley Tomorrow I til tyij vt the German ambassador was cheer- ed Mr. Mitchell disagreed with the statement before the committee by I Ambassador Fletcher yesterday that 'one reason why Americans were Rreater sufferers at -the hands of j Mexicans was that outnumber-1 ed the citizens ol other foreign countries. He said there were more Spanish and French Americans in Mexico. Germans, he said, gener- ally were well treated. ei uiai-ii'-i' j'-- and remanded wil.tllin the place." another case with ease slble for the anti-American feeling in the southern republic. The com- mittee is considering a resolution authorizing Investigation of the re- lations between the two countries. AnuM'irniiK in Contempt. "Do you think that the feeling against Americans was strengthen- ed by the belief that America or its people were afraid to assert their asked a member of the committee. said the witness. "Twice American expeditions entered 'the country and then withdrew. nilgais and same disposition; 1'urdom et al. vs. Floyd Shock, Johnson county district re- versed and remanded with direc- tions: C. H. PriveU and W. E. IPriveitil. vs. Tena Rentic el al., OK- !mulffce county district courl, af- firmed: Darius Cant vs. Robert Crandall, Atoka county district I'ourt, reversed and remanded wan directions; Clin't, Moore and G. L. Bradfin vs. W. J. While et al., Washington county district courl, Harrison: George M. Hy News' Special Service OKLAHOMA CITY, July The anunal meeting of the Okla- homa, Texas and Cult Highway as- sociation will be held at Pauls Valley Friday to elect officers and affirmed. Justice J Ll3l.Jl.pC tnn o- Kent el al. vs. Juanit.a Tallenl cl al., Bryan county district court., re- versed and remanded. Justice Johnson: Whilehead Coal Mining company vs. Louis Schnei- der, Okmulgec county district "Some have allayed their fears by concluding there is no literal flre in hell, but that the Bible only uses a figure, and that after all It Is not as tad as the thought of flre would make it. I am often asked whether I believe In a hell of liter- al fire That question is just anoth- er one of the traps. When he starts out to defend a cause he al- ways begins by asking questions. When he came to Eve In the garden he asked her if God had forbidden her to eat of any tree in the garden. You'say that flre is the evolution of light and heat caused by the combustion of bodies. Well, what Is that? The Indians could produce flre rubbing two pieces of wood together What sort of stuff set the iwood afire? Flre appeared from olcl LUb July 1, I haven't issued a single warrant for bootleggers and haven't h-ad a single complaint. And the best part of it is that other crimes seem to have disappeared along with whisky. White slave cases have be- come rare and far between since na- tional prohibition went into efifect and murders have become equally scarce." Bootleggers are still on the 3oD however, although their work is not as much in evidence as it was it was easy to get liquor in pose of the. nation's supply in rec- ord time. With the absence of booze some are taking to cocaine and morphine for. inspiration and stimulation. Every day a few more of the regular imbibers come in load-. ed with dope in place of their fav- orite drink, as liquor becomes more scarce. The death of Alf Smith, a team- ster who died at the police station a few -weeks ago as the result of too much morphine given him by ne- groes, is the most concrete exam- ple of dope substituting for whisky Valley Friday to eieci ouicers auu -----_- wood atlre-; jnre dlscuss plans for the improvement wcre made somewhere. Houses have caught fire ,v.m frmn wip.hita. Kan.. Jlc loiiowmg oiui.is "iiuv ___ jo-trin wire, hence elec- July 19, 1919. Cdninilinc'er W. H. Fisher, Adjutant. Wyatt Webb, Win. liyrd Ca'inp A'da, Okla. Mv Dear Sir and 'I have vour request -and will pre- sent the same to the War Depart- at once and hope that you of the highway from Wichita, Kan., to Dallas, Tex., through XJuthrie, Oklahoma City, Pauls Valley, Sul- phur, Tlshomtngo and Durant. Several hundred delegates from this alate, Texas and Kansas are ex- pected. Governor J. B. A. Robertson is scheduled to make a talk on "Okla- homa must have hard surfaced roads." Henry Woods, state high- way commissioner, ana Max Cun- ningham, state highway engineer ptogrami III (Ml ill VJ1U-1 U.K'J iv be able 'to secure the service ir of LI. Chauncey on the dales re-1- ferred 26, 27 and 28. Wilh sincei-e pood wishes, i am, Your triend truly, TOM D. JMefcEOWN. Let a Want Ad get It for you.. from a fire prevention stand is the subject of a talk to be given by John Connolly, flre marshal. The meeting will be called to or- der by T. F. G-afford, president of the highway association of Denl- 8on, Tex. An address of welcome by the court: Petitions Dmiied: Citizens Bank of He.adrick vs. Citizens' -Stale Bank of Al'tus; Alice Holbert vs. Ed R. Palrie- O'Nell Engineering company vj City of Lehigh; Maggie Hennes- sey vs. The Junction Oil and Gas company; Southwestern Surety company vs. Fidelity and Guaran- SUlIlcwiidti iiWMww from an electric wire, hence elec- tricity has flre in it. I have knock- ed my knife and flint rock togeth- er and made flre. So flre Is either In the rock or the steel. I have heard of a barn full of new hay burning because of flre started In the hay. I have seen a load of slaked lime under a drenching rain set a wagon I'Ull 11 'U'U j >J- v UllUcl l.y company; Bank 9f Cameron vs. bed aflre. So flre may be pro- 11. J. Fowler, .case disinisscd-as per RUMANIA AND UKRAINE IlENEW FORMER RELATIONS By the Associated BERNE, Swilzerland, July Diplomatic relations have been re- sumed frolwecn Rumaina and tik- raine, Uie Ukranian press bureau annouuced today. e duced by adding water to burnt limestone rock." God Too Good to Permit Suffering. "Another objection' Is that God ia too good to permit such suffering. "If evidence can'be produced to prove such statement, well and good but -trie mere' assertion, is not enough to justify us In taking a diance of landing there. Where did homa Now the bootlegger has to take-a risk when he gets the whis- ky and a still greater risk when he brings it Into the state. The In- creased cost of production and trans- portation has had' Its effect on booze just the same as on every other commodity and the poor con- sumer Is tlfe.one who pays the add- ed burden. Whisky is being quoted by the most reliable- bootleggers at anywhere from to a although' just at present there Is a slight, slump In the market and prices hardly go as high as Still Are Drinking. Last week high was well above and low was down near but this week there seems to be a slump in the market and stock has dropped to high and low. "People are still drinking and bootleggers are still bootlegging, John J.' Moran, United States mar- shall said. "Bootleggers will be boot- leggers as long as they live and nobody can make them give up their profession, but I believe that Inside of a year there will be little busi- ness for them. Of course, the sup- ply -will still be oh hand -but.the demand will be less as the public gets used to doing without booze. They'll quit taking whisky and UBS this Jiomebrew aiid near beer.stuff, r I that attempted Smith booze to drink and when the negroes failed Ia the, attempt he resorted to dope for a Jag, dying the next morning from an overdose of morphine. Indica- tions are that many of the better known visitors who drop Into the police station .two or three times a week will give up drinkine when the supply runs out and take to dope. BE BUILT AT ONCE By the Asuocmtcd -'WASHINGTON, July gigantic oceaYi 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 ot war. The board announced today that plans had been completed and that work, would start in the near future. Let a Want Ad get It for you.   

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