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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma .Step-Mothers, Who Are They? Why Are They? What Are They? See Jack Pickfordin "Bill Appersoris Thurs. Fri. ft THIS DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 184 ADA, OKLAHOMA, OCTOBERS, 1919 Clear the Track 16 RETURNS THREE CENTS THE COPY MOST POtniJUi THK ON THKUt KKOKXT VOVAC.K TO INITKH STATKS. THK DANO.KH NOT KX- OK By NEWARK bt-rt and Queen .-luin after a we Washington. KM. li. King AI-; WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.-Despite Elizabeth of Bel-! his illness. President Wilson was -k at .sea on their' understood to have informed became the mostjof ,he )ense situation In the con- i board the is possible 10 eept that nuiet. modest, likable that this should not en-1 whom they ,-all Prince Leopold, heirj danger the ultimate success of ue to the Belgian throne. Kaon conference. had some personal contact with offl- Further t-ers and men and In even iiuarior] the opinion was expressed that tration of the steel strike. He was maintaining their ihev were as on< expressed it. "mUniy g One warm Afternoon th Adioira: Captain and u member of hi I nient were made at meetings of the j conference delegates this morning. iU, W uv'The specific scheme discussed was the u i uini, _ nr inn of postponement or consideration of J.H.UIt.LlH.-1-l I, steel strike arbitration resolu-; wuV tion until agreement should be reached on the fundamental issue ol .uite.' was; shop and industrial councils, as the playing "drck Al, the of arbitrnting all iiuhistrial V it came: of'the steel strike issue was initiat- Ki urn and look-led by members of the group repre- field he removed his. renting the public and ,t has the Mou CITY KMUAl'SK SON 'TWOWXKD. days ut she visited the sickbay and expressed small chance of surplus The Ada Country Club and the City of Ada have been sued for damages in the sum of J10.000 by A. P. Bond and Nancy Bond, whose it approx- son was drowned in the city lake miateiy but says this more than a year ago. C. F. Green would "last not more than thirty days attorney for the plaintiffs. -porter. May- believed the fruitless chase. iayor, "went Kvery automobile owner in country" is helping to pay for ma- chines that have been stolen. They are paving for the tost of thievery in many ways, bin practically i through'the tremendous increase in ;thief insiirancf rates that have swept the country from coast to 'coast. Today it costs anywhere from doubly 10 fifteen limes as much to insure a car as it did four years The failure to recover the stolen !car in one case out of three has been responsible for this high m- .crease in insurance costs. Kvon motor locks do not seem to deter the expert thief. The theft of cars from private garages is a grow C1 u. control of Shantung to Ja- pan is that Japan has promised at. different times to return it to China. Whatever promises she has made were ably market! by one one hour in Lime in the one hundred; determine what Japar.is r.ilH flight from Saldtiro to this do i, is ncessary to -what she has done for 25 years 1 Japan was charged by Senator Lodge with breaking innumerable -pledges regarding her course in Chi- na and Korea; with violating the !-open door" destroying i foreign commerce in Manchuria, and i Korea Her fundamental policy, he said, had been "steady, relent- less aiming to get ultimntp control i of the vast population and great territory of China." -As it has been in the past, so it. i will be- in the future in regard to he continued. "Japan is World Cotton Confer-; steeped in German ideas and regards Durfee war as an industry. raeanb ihere is much., to exploit China am! build herself up until she becomes a power for- midable to all the world. She will DEALING III COHON tho Associated Press ORLEANS, Oct. of the practice of buying op tion was made at yesterdays sion of uiice by 'iru n the cotton defended the sale' higher to the lake ami went in swimming1 of his own free will and accord. The; Major C. Hi-ekman Hoppin. si reel, is secretary. diut-d with Hi i; afterward; "li was just like going into ihe home of any other well bred laniily. The King and Queen made us fi-el at home, aud in five miiuiie; w.- were chatting away just as w.- would if we wen- a; the tahle of one o! our old fm-i.ds. To me it si-i-ir.ed Unit these royal people of 'lUle' Helgium wi-iv cultured ami n-finec and human. 1 will ivn.r.nber ihat dinner a.- om- ol the plei'sam experience.-; of my military life. One day ou board, and otucer having been sekcted to dine with the King, missed his invitation, and knowini; of iho honor, went as1 usual to the big room for meal. He had just eaten his fill when the courier came toj it-11 him the royal family await-; ing him in the dining room. He hiuM'y v dined sumptously, but there was. >POHANK, Wash. nothin- else for it, and he had to mesis has overtaker "at another dinner. I three-toed mountain ing ''barge. today, is to appear Joined opened here for, .re alloul hta death home, and one o he o ho. u in Qul enabling the veterans to keep A notification touch with their old budOies flirlhei. advance of 50 cents a 'whose first, annual reunion will oe, vooeivf-d. say the 'held in Chicaro in November, 'tain James Sharp, formerly ot the dealers. Infantry, is in charge. Lejeune is president of the or-: of control of the city. We will fight, this case to the highest court be-; fore Ada. shall lose one penny on it." The twenty-first district, compos- of Oklahoma. Kansas, Missouri. WII-SON IMl'KOVKMKNT a] Lejeune is president ol the; oi- T faoing one Brigadier General ,hp ton Brown is vice-president ''nf 'of coal mining, in the opin- i r- Tti.nb Hi H ODD ID. 01 J _ ___ rr-is .s n. tnrtvc TltMflED Oct, 'the famous lion, terror 01 1 Bllwibeth won the hearts vesta creek district. For six years of ihe sailors when she appeared brute waged war on the anch the -ames ill honor of her son1 ers ol- a busy, prosperous valley. 11 weariTi- um. of ,m, little round i slaughtered hundreds of sheep and white hats the jackies like so well! :ind was a menace to children, to wear in summer. She had draped; DoZens of expeditions organized to it with a white veil, but through i pxterminate the pest saw weary the gauze the sailors saw the mark j nuntpnj return home unsuccessful, of their rank and they were im- A foot clearly established m-nacly pleased. ltu. identity of the animal where- v of coal mining, in the opin-.Bj I'TOM _ ionof'ooal dealers here. The miners WASHINGTON. (V: have already notified the operators Wilson had a good jJus r u.rii- demands wnen the present-and rontinues to show 1, r ct "out ember V and'despite a slight headache, accord ing oporatois have no.ified labor! u, a bulletin issued tortay hy his their demands would make it impos-. physicians. sib'le to continue operations of the mines. The miners' demands are a six- hour day. a five-day week, and ap- proximately 65 per cent increase in wages. As a result, the southwest faces having Its coal supply shut off after the first of the month. In the opinion of dealers here, if such should occur, this city would be practically without coal within two or three weeks. MICKIE SAYS Prince Leopold saw all there wa.-, 10 see about the ship. He is still a student at Kion, but shore leave in order that he might of the ranchers ever it took toll and herds. Recently the animal became es- accompany He a IX with a pleasant feet his parents to y nil-------- llt active. It appeared to have America- and slew, for the sake avinv. blood-thirst and slew for the sake kill! jg i became oo. uuiei. brlsht-eyod boy of The llon-s depredations and a per- at hu serlou-i that a with half of dogs, three-toed killer he is an gave the dogs a CU'.SlIfU V __j nflflV Nelson Hawkins, 'an Indian who lives southeast of town and who is possessed of a bad reputation, was before Judge Brown this and made bond for ap- In two cases. He Is charg- in one count of car 17 in B a pis- tol. Another charge alleges that he "desired: en of them. This gave Some of hlB ani-mals ic promptly start and they troed the brute of pasture and trespassed Alounuilnsi Brooklyn. Wash. ,In tho interim it, who took them in c _. I alnln 1hrPO Cattle. _. -._l.l wlu-n asUed what he io aee In America, and he "ihe Uocky K J wears.' HU blouse is cut to the rOKU-! valley ranchers lations arid on his sleeve an- the Tilghtn. r.nmer'ils "12." When he has e, 1, classk-al .Mlucation it, Notice to K. it understood he_wil, enter; _ it 8 Some of his animals broke on a neighbor who took them in charge. H is said that Hawkins went and took Uie animals without paying for the damages they had done. His trial Is siit for .Uie 29th of October. if you have been a Red Cross i worker, this Is a poor time to quit. The Red Cross Is just getting start- ed. stolen. I'nder existing laws the state in whirh a car is stolen cannot sum- mon as witnesses, lhe person lo whom a car is sold, if these persons live in another slate. The Dyer biU makes provision for this weakness in our present statutes, and should! receive Uie hearty support of every, automobile owner in 'he 1'iiited i Stales. .The motorist who thinks he has! not, felt the hand of the despicable j automobile thief, merely because he; has been fortunate enough to escape! the ravages of the organized bands. that make a practice of stealing cars; is looking at the matter rose-colored glasses. AIR mm READY FOR RETURN by Theodore H. Price. John M. Parker spoke on the growing of cot- ton and W. D. Nesbitt described methods of compressing cotton. Ky Hw WASHIWJTON Oct. lo.--Sam Gompers, of. ,d Federation of Laboi, ls this morning was 101 degrees and wit control" there and China dev ns she means to develop it, s-r threaten Europe. "Hut the country tha; she would menaces most would be our own, and unless we carefully maintain ;i very superior navy in the Pa- cific 'the day will com? wlei: the United States will take the place of France in another Great War to i preserve civilization, i -But there is one other reason even 'move decisive to my mind rhan this. It is a great wrong, this giv- ing Shantung over to the control of n. Morally it is indefensible, it is no answer to say that we to object to the German seiz- I nre of Shantun-g. As a matter of. fact' the open door policy of MINEOLA, N. Y., Oct. With Lieut. B. W. Maynard already off from San Francisco on his re- turn trip to Mineola In the tran- continenial air race, three the fliers who completed the first half of the journey here were ready to get away for San Francisco today if the weather permitted. Two of the three, Major Spatz and Lieut E. C. Kiel, had expressed themselves not anxious to make the return trip but nevertheless were making strenous preparations for a getaway. Capt. L. H. Smith, whose-.unoffi- time was the lowest of Announcement of Mr. Gompers' breakdown was made today by his .secretary when the National Indus Mrial Conference convened today. Frank Morrison, secretary of the American Federation of 'Labor, was !elected chairman of the labor group Mil the conference today, to act for Mr. Gompers. Labor leaders say that if Mr. I Gompers' illness proves so severe as to make it impossible'for him to discharge the duties of president of tho federation for any considerable time. the executive council will be called to elect a temporary sue cessor. It was said James Duncan. first vice president of the1 federation, probably would be designated to act. INSISTS THAT BIO CK PR01H-KMS By tho AnapciutKl 1'rcns WASHINGTON. Oct. ed It The president has gone out ot his way to say that just so we could trade with -these stolen terri- 1 tories we were to let them be stol- en. "This attack upon the dead is the most repuLsive of all tihose at- tacks which the President has seen if it to make. If ever there was a i disinterested policy it was that or -Mr Hay. We got nothing from it whatever that all the wbrld did not get. The intention of the poli- 1 cy was to save China and prevent further extension of Foreign ac- quisltlons of Chinese territory. But 'even if it had been otherwise i it would be no answer to what it is now proposed to do hv this treaty. 110 say that we should have inter- fered in 'behalf of Korea in 1904- Two wrongs never make a right. After the outbreak of the war the Mr Lodge said, "appar- of t.hls 'morning to start ward flight. WEATHER FORECAST What happened in Corpus station, snld today. White boy who was, Partly cloudy tonight
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