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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             6 RETURNS .8THJS DISTRICT THREE CENTS THE COPY ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER fr 1919 VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 191 A THRILLING EXPERIENCE ON THE "BIG GAME" TRAIL PROPOSALS OP SETTMMENT BY SECRE- TARY OP LABOR WIL- SON ABB REJECTED. INDUSTRIAL OCX THKIK (iUAXTKP BKKOnK BOATS KOTVRXKK TO O W X BUS. UABOR CONTINUE ERATIONS. By the Awociatwl WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 hour day and conditions before in working the country. In a message the railroads of man lif asked that the public ,h- countrv aro returned to Prlv.m> representatives in the conference cou.amod iu testimony continue their work and make a bv Timothy Shea, chief of tho Firo- port 10 him. men's Brotherhood, before the Ra  ,.H.ng to Joe Mercer.! three masked bandits last Pnday at commissioner, by' Puebla and is being held for of cattle to oOO ransom, the state departuent shipments 'llas been advised. Western Kansas] The American embassy on mqun> i has been informed by the Mexican Manhandle country.] foreiKn office that 'the government of these take all possible steps to ai- ,_ yirt_i _ _ iiun..n .Tpnkms. 1 ne voydjcl of not guilty was returned by five of the one of the pan- el failing to. concur. 'Charlie Hill of Francis received i- sentence of and thirty days. He was charged with the unlawful possession of choc and had a Jury trial The verdict in his case was not 'unanimous, one juror voting is still busy with alleged: and real offenders and bootleg-: gers convention" will probably through the week. DEMOCRATS! PLEDGE TO OKLAHOMA CITY, by Mrs. husband, to their side and unenis where they represe nted day. Plaintiff she married an delcndunt at Bennett. Okla.. on -uly unrest and chaos and by preach their disorder. The forces behind the mov I IO, i I' 'll il IlC" Lilt.' ,1111 t i iv. v i i yy _ Hllrll IL IS already Derived 2019 voies as lhe yards Oll the farms prisoners! or Warner's operas, by A. Wilson. Jamt.si ,d stock ranches where cattle or- ,n Placed! ,''rinnl Parisian civilians, UoSH was the' third high manLm.irtly are being placed for fatten- ist easily thj; fil.sl of Franco; on 1he with a totau a( ,his Ume of year. lien anti Wjln his presence. j2ll votes. "-The r.-.ovement of cattle t0 the liaos and I. lom, established custom, ____.___ .-------_ I cheaper feed zones is something out 11.. i a r.. uive even placed i( can most easily 1110 A me i ican or- ized to detail a member ot fatten- to Puebla to assist tho agent's release. in obtaining That Three 'children 13. 10 of this marriage now i 011 put a forces uemmi inp imrvu Peror :reut number of Communistic ,aus in Cermauy that whenever, t! e 'have _el.or Hie 'liat put a v. and Spartacisi women into the triune, lh the prisoners t theory that aced 5 years respect- ively That defendant abandoned absent in Aflfiust. 1011 from jiome seven months. U DSCli t- I I during time Plaintiff never heard from dafendant, and that dur- ing that she had to support herself and children. That since that time defendant has been so cruel and abusive 'to him Intolerable. make life with ter years without their wives sweethearts will sucdumb more easily. Herr Schmidt report's to his ____ own obvious satisfaction !tnat the fil.sl ;iCt Was given women are having little success. cn. tho em-. tl it no 'IP ICiiMei'ii rt i in- vi i, i  .w i, i i- v i move them to cheaper feed. Within months this result of the loo bandits are reported to have told Mrs Jenkins that they were rebels i supporc; Jol'fre summoned the newspaper cor- respondents who had accompanied .hlm--on his tour and one of them, financial reporter, broached thej MICKIE SAYS n munins LIHC .YHS. attempt to lower the cost of living and would hold her husband by to reins a cutting off of pro- pesos ransom duction will prove to be Just the supyvi t j ies S also defeated, ,ed his support yesterday. t01' tees were appointed to see that IY) iiiiuit-i he ttps cursed and abused plaintiff and -on one occasion drew a chair On jhcr. cursed her and threatened her; that he has without provocation on part of plain- tiff accused Her of being unfaithful to him. and mis cursed her both in public and 'pSlvafe, and that said acts have inoroased until she can no longer with this defendant In peace and; safety.1' Plain-tiff al- leges further., that when she and deefndant wtjiilil work and earn some money, Defendant would spenc the money drinking and ling. During year plaintiff and defendant made a share crop with Lum near Allen, that they have sold the crop and some hogs, and thnt after paying Rome they Have divided tho pro- ceeds. Plaintfff prays for divorce and such otfter relief as nhe may be entitled to'. IJUJOR GROUP WITHDRAWS; OlATOMf MEETING WANTED By PEORIA, 111.. 'Oct. the withdrawal of the labor group from hte Industrial Conference at Wauhinston. the Illinois Federation of Labor in convention here, this morning authorized the gendlng of a message to President Gompers of tho American Federation of Labor and to members of the executive council urging the immediate Issu- ance of a call for a convention OL the American Federation of Labor in Washington. .MIL ttlllUll J., Hit 111.1 ti in, mi i v-f that promises possible subject- Oj the exchange. The Mar- LlltLI that element which was the drawn into the army, and went to the front unwillingly and deter- shal''listened gravely while the ex pert explained to him why the dollar was worth nine francs and the about thirty-six and then mlned to desert at the first moment. polmd These men are the malcontents and trouble makers but Herr Schmidt that even they are not very ef- fective in breeding trouble and dis- order among the great mass. H is easy to take; floVERNOR HARDING WILL "H Is peculiar. During the war. between the Allies, blood was at care of the regular transports of prisoners, large as they are, says Schmidt, but far greater trouble and danger comes from the foot- loose individual escaped from a, camp who drifts over tho line. As ho appears in Germany, begging pxcrc food and clothing, ho Is In at least 50 per cent of al] cases a swindler whe is exploiting the situation. DBFY STRIKING MISERS By tho Amoclutcd Pros MOINES, la., Oct. VV. L. Harding of Iowa will exercise whatever powers are neces- sary to see that ooal Is mined in Iowa, If tho threatened strike of miners takes place and continues until the public begins to suffer Rev Clyde Calhoun Morris, for fuel. Governor Hardlne said to- address before the student body of the Oklahoma Baptist University at Shawnee tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. Following the Baptist and will I the public is without coal, exercise the necessaary power to have coal tmlned." o'clock. Following tne OUPUBI. drive, after which the' yot'NGRTOWN POLICE SHOOT rhnrrh will have funds for all kinds WOUND T church will have funds for all kinds of i work, it will attempt to secure young people for the ministry for missionary work. Rev. Mor- AND SERJ10USILY WOUND TWO By the Aniwclatcd Prcw YOU-NGSTOWN, Ohio, Oct. Two men1, were shot by police in a fwo men were snoi oy yunuc HK' subject will be "Calling out tne. h( forenoon when the and to stimulate the young j "Kn[ to arrest several people to prepare themBelveB. UUII.IUU reverse of what was intended. It is bound to result in a shortage of beef for slaughter in the future, can business associate and shortage of supply invariably; has confirmed the newspapei stoij. an tees we pesos ransom ocratic voters'.are registered before They said that Jenkins would not .Mayor J. C. Walton be harmed if there was no attem_pt contrlbutlons to Weavers 06 narmeo. n mcic to pursue the abductors. An Ameri- v Tolll.-11-lc: nienr.3 increase in prices." Mercer says cattle are being shipped to market faster than a nor- mal supply requires, but this ten- dency is being met with some suc- cess through 'the new plan, now in initial sUses. of a distribution of these shipments through the new- ly organized co-operation between the livestock iv.cn and Ada Playhouses American. ien ...c ..v... Charlie Chaplin comes to town Ion 'between jn tonight In his second million the livestock men and the railroad doll.u- picture, "Shoulder Arms administration. For the past we could say about ie Mr Mercer has been in Kansas Chaplin would do any goo City aiding in setting the plan un- der way. It has aided, he said, in preventing congestion, with the ex- ception of possibly the last two Mon- days when the receipts were "heav- ier than they should have been." There is no shortage of Battle cars, Mr. Mercer .says. otnng we Chaplin would do any good, as it. is well known that he never makes failures. Liberty. of th body -ere Plantations ot cork cultt- fired the ,QH m nonthwestern JSurope. to be in a critical condition. vated In southwestern JSurope BKLA RUN HAS ESCAPED FROM INTERMENT CAMP Dy tlm Asaooiuted BERLIN, Oct. 4-t 'the Liberty tonight you will see a. Paramount picture that you will long remember. It is Dorothy Dalton in "Other Men's Wives, There is a deep laid plot by soda pirates and the picthre shows the ingenuity of a shrewd woman. Don fail to see it. (_I1U i started contributions to campaign fund with a i Telegrams .were read from1 sev- eral members of the Oklahonu dele- gation in congress offering tljfelr as- sistance in tHe campain. It was said that Senator'Robert L. Owan prob- blv will come to Oklahoma to speaK n behalf of Weaver's candiflacy ana hat C. B. kmes, assistant to tne ttorney general, may conie to ffl- ow Johnson of Cal- fornia, whd; is likely to peak for the republicane. E. J. Gidatngs, chairman of tne -ommittee, who Is under federal ndictment for alleged conspiracy to nterfere witSb the operation of elegraph syftem. attacked John A. UniteT States district attor- ney, and averted that the indict- have BERLIN, Oct. Run, TANITORS, UNION DEMANDS former dictator In Hungary during INCREASE IN WAGES _____i_i VlrtB AQftnYWkn v the communist regime, has escaped from the interment camp at Vienna and has gone to Italy where he la en- gaged in promoting a revolutionary movement according to a Geneva dis- patch to the Tarahlatt. NEW YORK TEAMSTERS FORECAST Cloudy and probably rain tonight and 'Friday. Colder tonight In west portion and colder Friday. Itrj 1.1; AV 11 IvlJAJL _ NEW YORK, Oct. has a By tho CHICAGO, Oct. real estate board had, before day a demand from the Chicago Janitors' Union for a TO per cen wage increase and an eight hour da and the, abolishment of basemen unlo a. of the International Union of team- sters, chauffeurs and helpers whose strike ten daye ago resulted in a. of ,2 ilQ-S H luuuiuci oniy is threatened unless its der.iand are met here, returned't today. __ yacan News Want Ad will rental JJVI against himself must packed grand been told to Judge W H. Woods, Weaver's m the district before the November f. Woods declares efforts wtH be made particular to get .wo- men' to the election. Committees to conduct omm nalra will be named Friday. Tom KiHan yesterday was appointed fhairman of the publicity commit- tee. iS The song of the bouso not unlike that of a' weak -Meed canary.   

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