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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Congress IsPreparing toDoleOut to the Indians a Few Donors Own Election Witt Be On Band text tear, YouKnow VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 117 Whiti Wi ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1919. G RETURNS TWO CENTS "THE COPY _ _ _ _ d Black Engaged in Race Ch 2 Killed 50 Hurt AMERICAS LOAN MADE TO BIG GERMAN BANK BLACK Ajro WHITK PEOPLK. c o o Bjf tlw e- Q o o o O CHICAGO. July O 5? ble between whites and negroes O O was renewed in Chicago's O uy O black bell today when u negro O fired several shots at a wagon O yvans Hughes, in an opinion e.x- O load of workmen being taken Charles Evans Hughes For League of Nations But Suggests Changes July liable, for   at another point. The police were unable to and, that it is not required to submit its policies to the league lor any of its agencies. thin whenever two; He characterized article ten, with -shall have been guaranty to preserve against ex- bv anv 'league member, the pow-jternnl aggression the .vine the notice shall ceases to lull league as a trouble member but will still remain' breeder and not a peace maker. The Saturday Night and Sunday Services at The Tabernacle Greatest Yet THIS BILL INCREASES 11 NUMBER ARMY OFFICERS! By News' Special Sorvico WASHINGTON, July. out record the senate today passed and sent to the house an adminis- tration bill authorizing an increase from ninety-five hundred to eigh- teen thousand in number of com- missioned officers to be retained iu the army this year. HOl-SK TO ADJOURN AUGUST 2ND TO SEPT. t 0 Q O 0 O O OO O O O O O O O c O Judas a and a O 0 saint as compared with some O O of you church officers who O 'O would sell Christ for a place at O Q the wird tabie, before the foot- O S lights or in the arras of some O o libertine at the dance." O -Examinations are being held at ;O the Normal today, tomorrow and "'Wednesday for1 state certificates. The same examinations are being held In nil the counties in East By ihc Aswiciiittxl Pvcsi WASHINGTON, July out a record vote the house to- day adopted a resolution provid- ing a recess from August second to September ninth. During this time the senate is expected to be con- tinuously busy on the peace treaty. Pavement Pickups Band practice will be held at the. ofJlce of the county clerk, Milton Garner, tonight. O O O O O CO Q O O O O O O Snturdjiy Night Sermon. TEAM PJiAYRH NEST BALLJ A good crowd gathered at the 01-' THE SEASON ANI> SHUT THE VISITORS OVT. SCORE TO uiberiiacle for the Saturday night meeting. After a stirring service of song and praise conducted by Prof. Ramsay, the evangelist sang a solo number entitled beautitul soio ninuuci foundation tor several 01 mv the r "Lord. Is H aiui took these completed and the brick Is .ILiHei It was estimated fifty Ada took the game from ror a tcxt. Briefly summed lhe work CaSUttllll.. _ .1, iho em-tumi fnllnws! I fiMich Central district. Work has commenced in earnest on the eleven new business build- ings on West Main street. The foundation for several of the build had been wounded. More than five thousand whites, and negroes were at the beach U I U o I VJ i tv i LA i, i v vestevdav afternoon at' the local; up, his sermon follows: ,rx ,WK, ivh.i -i bathing suit. She; costing anything. i somt of you had you never been some of you considered good fel- by your neighbors. Judas a man of gpod standing. If he iWill be pushed to a rapid finish. Sheriff Duncan it seems has made it almost impossible for a man to enjoy himself any more in the old time diversion of whipping his wife. A negro by the name of Almus Brown nnd his wife were AND WE THANK YOU, TOO, "DOCTOR" July Hon Marvin Brown, Ada Evening News, City. My Dear Mr. Brown: Except by word of mouth I have never given expression to my ap- preciation of the splendid paper you are giving us. However, it has been my good pleasure to speak in Chapel to the 950 stu-. dents and teachers of the Normal and commend the" serviceable work you are doing. At this time I want to speak in print and tell you that your paper is doing a great work in general for Ada and Pontotoc County and the southeastern part of Oklahoma But especially do I appreciate the XT m. continued, hearty support the paper is givmg.the Normal School and particularly the very satisfactory way in which you have "covered" the Normal, activities this summer. In many re- spects this has been the greatest term in the history of the school and the Ada Evening News has played no small pait in making it so. "I thank you." GORDON, President East Central State Normal. O O O O O O 0 00 O O O O 0- O O o O t'HAXMNG'S CRKED. O o O To live content with small O O means: To seek elegance ra- O O ther than luxury and refine- O O ment rather than fashion: To O O be worthy, not respectable, O The chairmen of theseveral com- 0 -althy not rich: she a 5I1UI l.ir vk a mull ui HMVU Two white "men in: especially 'rant Young. Time alter ,ived wolild call i bond this mornm also wounded he stopped fast balls coming.....----------............' ..1 I L ..___ ,t liiwl.ljl I H (I vcsterday at Lawrence on mittees in charge ol the c-omeaei-1 gently, act frankly: BO of fighting. They made; ate Veterans Bunion which meets w bir him thti most charitable man in od 0 wouiuivu a LIU u i in: nv m i m_> i number of'toward third base aud ended confines of the city. He wounded were" carried away nimiers first. Another feature down on oxtravafianco and C their f-eud. and some were iv-.of game was the batting of the! aud would have made a ponw! dying in their homes. i locab. Ada got hits and Jesse; n-eaMirer Jor jnos. any of After the beach had been cleared oniy gave up 4 hits, the bathers moved toward the. Tnt. batteries for thicklv settled teiienu'iit district McUaniel; both whites and negroes your churches. He was demotistra live in his affection for Christ, and the only man on record who i lic> uiauv ait and were releas-'ln Aria from August 24-28, met at I a luncheon at the Harris Hotel to- day to perfect their organization ready for the great con- and vention. Tilt ,h moved e ies for Ada were: tive in his affection for Christ, and wllich ,hcy ari, contributing to hfckh e led eHMneut district'. and McDaniel; for A.oka, was the only man on record who current expense Account of tno where both whites and negroes Blankenship and Moore, kissed him in public, honie ol >o j ,ncclinp. The offenng at the three tvPind where there have been 4rkins relieved Blankenship in the would betray the Son of God with sf.rvicps held yosterday amounted frequent race clashes. Kxtra de-: imll Coleman was umpire. ,0 J243.04. The total contributed tails of police were ou, o, maliaper of tnc tcanji a decel ul {o S791.48 orevent threatened trouble in lhfl night that they had i t are iiien .1 u That tbe people of Aria are in favor of the great revival meeting now being held in this city is shown by the very liberal in wllich thev are contributing to their sons he current expense account of tno come here in August ,s now well un- der way and there is no doubt but that this will be one of the greatest C? ''TO listen to StarBand birds, O O to babes and sages, with open O heart: O To bear all "cheerfully; do w O all bravely, await occasion. O O hurry never: wo-.-ic of entertaining ana j Q In ;l wordi lo iet the spirit- O looking after the State Veterans, jo ua, and unconscious, O their sons and daughters when they I Q j.row up through the common. O laiis ui V v i ne nitinagei prevent threatened trouble HI lhfl night that they flatter a district. .fOUnd no pitcher this summer w no o Whilt- the fightmg was so as thcj. his _. cuous on south State new district which five miles along the another riot occurred at the in I eotikl opinion He gave it as ,able ;U home and thus damn amateur team in Oklaho- s r o ngt after men were frequently State street, the police said. AMHKIIMN RANCHMAN VMCS MEXICAN" BANDITS RANSOM Jly thd Aiwocmted WASHINGTON, July on the advice of the Mexican gov- ernment. John West Thompson, American ranchman living near Mexico City, has paid fifteen thou- pesos demanded by be run tomorrow. Another New Brick Business Block for Main sanu YY. H Kbey has just taken out a for his fourteen year old sons 11-, it to crcct two ele- turn. the state department was ad- ouu nng houaes on Ea3t vised today. Mexican authorities WQ M "nc Jn they feared that the bandits would be (lie souls of their children. This man was a hypocrite and pretend- ed to be what he was not. Some An automobile and a truck be- longing to the United States mili- tary service were in the city this morning. They are on a surveying expedition extending t.o California and ten variant and contradictory an en varan ways during the "week. This man that time. From here they went to not continue their work at was covetous aud sold his Lord for Byarr, today, the price of a Greek slave. Nowa-' days we do not count covetousness much of a sin, but the Bible calls it idolatry. It is the sin that is mak- ing some of your church officers cut this revival and fight the Lord and I his messengers. There are car loads of men In this city who have sold conventions ever held in our city. The names of the committees are given below. are to select those who will assist them. J. P. McKinley, Mrs. Tom Hope and Mrs. C, V. Gowing. W. C. Dun- Shelton and Mrs-T. B. Blake, Jr. R. F. King and J. W. Davis. O That is to be my Symphony. 0 O cooooooooooocooo One Auto Company Abandons Profit Sharing Scheme murder the boy. TROOI'S HAVE BEEN DEFEATED Ily AHHocifttoJ July soviet troops have been thrown back in disorder across the Thelss river Rumanian troops at Szolnok and other points according to reports received today. July 24th the Hun- garian advance was declared stop- ped, by Rumanians. WKATHKIl Tuesday unsettled weather, prob- ably scattered thunder showers; cooler in east portion of Oklaho- ma, says the weather prophet of tomorrow. block 93, the same feet each. Mr, Ebey was interviewed by a reporter this morning, after It was discovered that the. building per- mit had been issued, and he stat- ed that ho was going to erect build- Ings modern in every respect and especially would they have fronts us fine an could be found anywhere In the stale. the Lord for the most Insignificant price. Judas wanted to get in on the ground floor in the kingdom and expected to become the secre- tary of the treasury. me, what did you join the church for? Did you accept Christ just to get .your soul saved? You selfish hog, you! Judas had about ...f... and holy a motive. Actual love for CKriat prompt you as well as Judas. Yes, of you have sold Christ for al (he card table, a place before' the foot- lights of the theater or a place In the armaf of a libertine at the dance. "There are business men here to- night who have sold him and it were better for you had you been Ada Playhouses At the Liberty. "A Place in the Sun" will be th big feature at the Liberty Theater! tonight and is one of those oughly satisfying reels that ends AssociKlcd PreM vlola wm be here COBLENZ, July head- quarters yesterday -gave permission for five American commercial trar- elers to proceed through Coblenz bridgehead on business in the In- Tuesday, Ruth Roland will be seen again tonight at the American. The first number Is "The Tiger's Trail." There Is a Harold Lloyd comedy called "Billy Blazes, Esq." These are those comical comedies that make you laugh until you forget the weather. l liv .T It Is thought Lhat East Main will j born. There arc people here WJM> i_ t.-i Tin "K'niV rip- I Pln-int I'm1 n. WiCKffu be built in solid to he pot before Christmas, With the erection of the eleven now buildings on West Main, mak- ing the block solid from the Ok- lahoma State Bank to Stockton, this will extend main street a total length of five blocks, almost sol- idly illled with business houses. Bold Christ for iiiiw ni_MU vjni friend. Judas was a traitor to Christ, and some of you church members are traitors, Somo of you spend mom money for tobacco and At the American. The Fire Alarm. The fire department was called to 522 W. IGth street about nine o'clock this morning. The blaze proved to be only a pile of boxes and other rubbish in the alley. The blaze was extinguished and no par- ticular damage was done. me KiiiKuuiu Don't forger wcere to get your not have been entrapped oil and' gas leaBes, assignments, re- (6ontUed on Page Eight.) leaser etc. Ada News office. terior ot Germany. The third divis- ion of the American army has been ordered home from the occupied area of Germany. It will begin en- training for' Brest August 5th. AUSTRIAN PEACE DELEGATES PROTEST FINANCIAL TERMS By tlm Proro VIENNA, July financial clauses of the peace terms offered Austria by the allies are being strongly protested, both. by news- papers and by financial circles. Both these quarters go BO far as to pre- dict bankruptcy of -Austria within a few weeks-unless the financial i terms are modified. By tlie Auxoi'lated Press TOLEDO, O., July pro- fit-sharing plan put into effect siar months ago by the Willys-Overland Company has been abandoned, bn'.: Lemployes who remained at work i during the recent labor disorders! 1 there will share in the first profit of the company, according to the latest Issue of the Overland News, the company's official organ. It is declared that through their demands workers forfeited their chances of a "fifty-fifty" share In the profits and compelled otherg to do likewise when they demanded a forty-five hour work week Instead of a forty-eight hour week. Two persons were killed and a number Injured in rioting that con- tinued several days after the wallr- ottt It is declared the strike caused a company loss that will have tb be overcome before a profit can be figured. After' an armed guard was main- tained for several weeks, the dis- The feature of the tabernacle ser- vice tomorrow night will be the big children's chorus to be staged by Mr Ramsay, of the Ham-Ramsay Co. Saturday night Mr. Ramsay pre- dicted thai there will be tea thou- s.Tnd people at the ta-bernacre to witness the magnificent spectacle. Ramsay says, "This will be the biggest thing ever staged in this part of the country. In fact this is the biggest thing that was ever stag- ed, and I am the only man that can do it." (Applause.) An immense cross, elaborately lighted with blood red lights, has beep reared in the center of the platform which together with other electrical effects will make the scene Tuesday sight one of the most Spectacular ever seen in a re- ligious service in this part of the country. It Is expected that the attend- ance at this service will very nearly conie up to Mr: Ramsay's tions. HANS ID BE PAID By News' Special Service WASHINGTON. July missioned Cato Sells Saturday ad- vised the Oklahoma delegattdn that Secretary Lane has approved the rules and regulations regarding pay- ing the Chickasaws each and the Choctaws each. Sells is accordingly notifying Gabe Parker to make the .payments. PACIFIC FLEET PASSES THHOTJGH PANAMA CANAi By the ABOARD THE U. S. S. NEW talned tor several weens, me MEXICO, July Pacific pute found Its way to the Unitfed fleet which passed IRicceasfully through the Panama Canal yester- States district court. Several radi- cals were ordered from the city and others given Jail sentences." Conditions now are virtually nor- mal, the company says. It will pay you to watch the Want Ad columns of the News. day on its voyage from Hampton Roads, Virginia, to the coast of the United States sailed tonight from Panama for San Diego, Cali- fornia. Ad get It for you.   

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