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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Battling Wallace Reid Does Some Remarkable Fist Fighting in "The Lone and He Rather Likes the Roughness; Liberty Today 3 THIS DISTRICT Cbemng VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 225 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPV IMH'STIUAL tJKXU'SKs OF TKK SOMK SAY IT IS HKOAUSB THE TVR.MNO TO THIS VN1TKD STATUS (JKKAT SPOT KAIliKD TO RATIFY MOW OVTLKT. TIIK THRATY. By tlio Ajtikiciauxi 1'rcw Ky :hy AsMieuitwl 1'rosa PARA, i Mouth of Amazon PAKIS. Deo. has de- Dec. industrial development! cided not to sign the protocol pre-, of the Amazon Valley is attracting; sented to her by the allies as 11 con-! the attention of European for putting the peace treaty' British.. German. Italian. Norwegian.' into effect, the peace conference Swedish and Dutch capitalists, en-; has been notified. It was learned gineors and importers are making; today that Lersner, head of the investigations of the mir.eral and i German delegation, informed the forest resources of the valley or have' conference on Monday that Germany obtained concessious to establish in- had made such a decision, dustries here. So far American pur- This attitude is taken as confirm- ticipation in this development work the report of sharp reaction in is conspicuous by its absence. Germany within the past fortnight. English engineers are up river at Trained observers of German de- the present time mvestigsuiuf; velopments has expressed the view possibilities of nils; Eim- that there has been a compile trans- lish experts are here studying Mia. formation of the situation in Ger- praetioability of extract ing suuvh.niany and Mint it is due to the and industrial alcohol from the root failure of the United States Senate of mandioca. an Eeglish onginoor to ratify the peace treaty, has returned to 'Ms city from The 'question upon which the, iQUitos for further with German representatives appear most! which to extend the examination he secretive is the allied insistence j is making in the mineral area of'upon the trial of Ge.nu.an officers I the Peruvian Amazon on behalf of accused of crimes in France and! H British syndicate, Belgium. The Italian syndicate winch has Thus far it is stated no indi- been a .mental. cations have reached Paris of any vegetable oil factory at tho town disposition on the part of the Ger- of Cameta, on the Tocantius maim to modify their attitude. about lOo miles from r.i.a. has ap- plied for a concession iu open a I large factory in Para for the ex- traction of and euii'le oils from the nuts of the palms and trees which abound in fores s. A similiar concession ha 4 lie-.-u gh rn to u group of loci'.', capitalists for the establisiiment o; oil iactories in certain municipalities throughout the state. Concessions have been granted recently by the State Congress for. ______ various factories to manufacture: glass, hammocks and thread, salt XKWBKHKY-POUP COXTROVKR- aiui its products, paper of all grades, SY l'lv IX THK SRXATR rubber goods, vegetable dyes and AND AN 1NVKSTIGATION ink a.nd buttons from vegetable ivory OIvDKRKD nut. These so-c.illed "concessions" are uot to bo confounded with the exclusive monopolies so popular in other Latin American countries "y 'ho TrcMi which iu the past have proved to be WASHINGTON. Pec. a. hamper instead of an aid to sat ion Of the N'ewherry-f'ord Sena- industrial development. Iu Brazil a tcrial controversy from Michigan "concession" to establish a factory was authorized today by the son-: or industry is more in the nature or ate in a resolution' presented by a with, in some cases, senator Democrat of special tax exemptions for a number Ohio of years, or privileges in the matter Investi'-Uion bv crin I oa niachinerv and LEFT TO WORK OUT HIS OWN SALVATION British to Build A Jewish Home in Ancient Palestine AXX1KTY PREVAILS AS CABINET MKMKKRS AWAIT DELIVERY OF XOTE TO MEXJCAX GOVERNMENT. NORWEGIAN ENGINEER DEVISES PLAN TO PROVIDE WATER AND POWER FOR AN- CIENT PROVINCE. Hy tho Associate! Press ihu Associated Press WASHINGTON, Dec. de-j 'CHRISTIANA, Dec. Nor- partment officials were marking! wegian engineer has devised a. plan. today awaiting word from Mexico City of the latest American to provide water and electric power for Palestine at an initial cos: of Albert Hj.orth of this note to the Mexican government! city proposes to utilize the varitaion and the subsequent action inspired of level between the Mediterran- by it. The message was garbled in transmission and this delayed its pre- sentation to President Carranza. In some quarters it was believed that Carranza would order the re- lease of Jenkins soon after receiving the message and prevent a complete break between his government and the United States. Private advices from Mexico indicated that some of the Mexican officials were not taking the negotiations seriously and felt that it involved only an interchange of diplomatic notes. A different atti- tude was evident, at 'the state depart- ment, however, where the situation gravely considered, and should Carranza continue to hold out against the government's request pressure was expected to be brought which would force Mexico to accede to the' demands. INDUSTRIES CONTINUE TO SHUT DOWN AND REGIONAL DI- KKCTOHS ANNUL MORE PASSENGER TRAIN'S DOl (JLAS HOSPITAL WITH UULLET MOUND IN CHKST, KX- I'KOTKD TO DIE Hy llio AswrlHtcd LONDON', Dec. years ago the British government issued a of policy In favor of of a Jewish national i Ry the Associated Press CHICAGO. Dec. dis- ruption of national industry because of the fnol shortage, brought, about I by the strike of bituminous coal ean and the Dead Sea and by means of a tunnel for watei-, to provide electric power to be used for pump- ing stations, irrigation and general purposes. Mr. Hjorth proposes to dig a tun- nel 37 miles long, from the Mediter- ranean to the Dead Sea, passing un- der Jerusalem. This tunnel would carry water from the Medherrannean. to the western slopes of the lower end of the Jordan Valley. Thence the water would pass through down to the Dead Sea where a pow- er plant .would transform the water power into electricity, to be distrib- uted as light and power .through the country. This power would be used to drive a pumping station, at the southern end of the Sea of Galilee (Lake Gennesaret.) The surface of the Dead Sea is about 1.300 feet below- sea level; that of the Sea of Galilee 630 feet below sea level. Preliminary estimates, Mr. Hjorth show that tens off thousands of horsepower might be developed in this way bv means of ;i tun el carrying 20 tons of water per sec- ond. He estimates the rise of the Dead Sea caused by this at not more than a part of a. yard per year. The sufrace of the sea which is now aoout, 4.000 square milss, would be allowe dto increase to about square miles. ..Two canals would be built run- ning parallel with the river Jordan and from these canals water could be distributed among the fields slop- ing toward the Jordan sufficient, it is claimed, for the irrigation of many hundreds of thousands of acres. Mr. Hjorth claims it would be no more difficult to build, this tun-i-rt than the proposed railway tunnel horn, in Palestine, and a Zionist 1 CANDIDATE FOR [meeting has just been held to cele- brate the anniversary. Baron Roths- child presided and read a letter from Lord Curzon. the Foreign Minister, giving assurance that there had been no change in the government's I'XITKD STATES SENATE TO ADDRESS ADA VOTERS TONIGHT. of import dues on maohinerv and of the equipment election of Truman H. Newberry to The Alsatian Plantations Co.. a 'lu> soniur wns or- German syndicate, has reopened its by the Department of Justice plantation near Para, which was ;llld was based, it was announced on abandoned when Brazil entered the complaints and "public charges war on the side of thc Allies. This of fraud and corruption" made by I company has 200.000 banana trees the lieutenant governor of Michigan I and 100.000 abacaxis tpine apples) and others. United States District' under cultivation. Bananas thrive ex- Judgo Sessions presided over the I "Ol'dLAS. Wyoming., Dec. policy. speak in the district court roomiPeals aid from their constitu-j great sympathy a mong leading ceptionally well in this region, they inquiry, which was conducted bv' Two scorc J'ears or more of prison Lord Rothschild said that, t.hey.in Ada this evening in the intercst1 ents had sought ways and means for i scientific authorities and practical Sou- alul death in the elec- were much carer their goal than the cost of the power plants fac- tories, canals and irrigation works. It is pointed out that the estimated cost involved in this plan does not compare unfavorably with the irri- gation works constructed in Asia and America during the past decade Hon. Scott Ferris of Lawton will Siatp executives who, under ap- Mr. Hjorth's plans have met with mum area of 135 square fee' at to which must be added miners was in prospect today. Re- the English Channnel, and gional directors of railroads had I estimates that the cost of the Dead authority to annul passenger trains1 _. tu.nn.el Double) with a mini- i where the public would be least in-......... j convenicnced and many additional manufacturing plants throughout the country were facing shutdowns either through the exhaustion of their coal supplies or the strict ra- tioning decreed by the 'ederal fuel administrator. United Attorney General Palmer. of his candidacy for the democratic! replenishing (.he fuel supplies were erlg'neers in Norway. It is proposed nomination for United States senator without encouragement today as re- to. sen? out- a Norwegian technical from Oklahoma. Everyone is cor- gards increased produe.ion. scientific expedition which, with the .v- u- 5ired home, because it was J he state and repre-' nR l ctlosl' while armed guards the will ideal' parties Thev lloveved in lnu to' ber of the hundreds and i 'he meeting adopted a resolution, i fort; coming. ,-ed by Herbert Samuel, member I'in the'interest of his candidacy. He' A of ho Parliament, re-afflfmlng "the un-< js spending the afternoon going was found in optimistic report: are subject to none of the diseases Frank" C. Dailey and H. Halp S prevalent in other banana growing ,or assistants to Uni countries, and owing to the extra- ordinarily even climate of Para re- quire little attention when growing. The Para and Amazan bananas are said to be the best Brazil produces. both and are in great demand in Kio and into Buenos Aaires; tlu-y are said to included both men and women.: stand shipment unusually well. Chase S. Osborn former governor of I Norwegians are operaiini; a large Michigan and one of the Repulican saw mill on tile Hha das Oncas, an candidates defeated for the nomina-: reached for automatic pistol _ to j of Pai chair, confronted William Car- I before, and he felt sure that they, lisle as he lay in the Douglas hos-' would yet see the stablishonnt today with a bullet, hole in his their desired home, because it lnvited to hear Mr. Ferris. who is Oklahoma's best known congressman. The speaking will be- was shot down in a cab- the I J i e as Llle band It. cornered, i moved Generally the workers obstinate- ly adhere to their attitude of re- maining away from the mines until better terms than the 14 per cent wage increase decreed by the gov- however, reports from MM ___........................... __., island in The by ViV K'IVf. 1'osse had trailed shaka-ble will of the Jewish town" meoting his numerous, operators of Mie district embrac- to the city of Para. Although there mary election with the first witness i Carllsle slnco morning thru j to reestablish their art. immense fortsts full of woods <.-nmmoned, 'a with teams and on horse j in Palestine." of many varieties, some of tlu-m of r.ovenrnent officials asserted that I on fooi when drifts, (Continued on Page Eight.) :itional -home friends. anticipated support of the govern- ments of the great powers interested will proceed to Palestine and make a years' thorough investigation of all the conditions relative to the reali- zation of this hydrologicnl, technical, geological hygienic, etc. !f the matter reaches such a stage Mint tho realization of this Treat can be seriously conrem- COAL ROBBERIES MUST STOP, SAYS .the testimony presented to the grand sllow worc encountered, loo large] The numbi'r of motor Irucl !jury had rvvwiled a political !lorses to negotiate. The Out-: increased in ten years from 4, espoets was without! liiw eludl't'1 annals. They his lhe from the mosl pop-; Rollins. November 15, and i SKNATK ORDERS MOST ling southeastern Kentucky. Tetines- _ _______, _______ j see and Virginia that lhe backbone' P'-ated, the resources of Norway will of the strike there had been suffice alone, but the a'id of since iinarly 500.000. I rucks has' 000 to l'lc SWEEPING INVESTIGATION! the return to work of the mln- ers at one small mine in Missouri with the statement that they as Preaa WASHINGTON. Dec. general REGIONAL CHIEF "lolls wards of Detroil lo tho Indlan subsequent robbery or the_Los; on the shores Lake' Angeles Limited near Medicine Bow. Superior where aborigines were vot-iNovember 1S' WiU! strapped to the OKLAHOMA CITY. Dec. 2--Oklaho- according to the behest of the ror Uie descent ma was threatened with immediate Newberry campaign organization. suspension of all train service "be- Vtween points in the slate and A-lhrough it" in a message to Govern- ed Robertson today from Regional, Fuel Director K. Hush at St.1 Louis. Mr. Bush's communication re- cites reports that three separate j holdups of trains have occurred at Tipton, Okla., since November and that interference with region-i al distribution must stop under pain- tho MICKIE SAYS investigation of the federal trade Americans could not see their neigh- commission was ordered by thc sen- hors suffer; and the adoption by I ate today, besides an inquiry into1 the miners of one West Virginia the charges of Senator Watson, re-( sub-district of a resolution favoring publican, of Indiana, who charged a KenenU rcfunl work ,lnder down Lanni Peak, etgliteen miles .southwest of here, and was then bundled into an automobile and rushe.d to this city. Just what disposition will be made of him hus not been de- termined. Carlisle has been in Wy- oming since the train robbery. of train service suspension. MANY STKAMKRS IUTRNKD AND DAMAGED BALTIMORE, Md., Dec, of the Canton Lumber com- pany at Trenton a suburb, thc State Oyster, a steamer, Governor McLane, and five other vessels I WASHINGTON, Dec. Wilson will not begin preparation of his special message 'to congress on the railroad situation until Director General Hines has conferred with CARRANKA TO HANDLE THIXGS WITH UNCLE SAM I by MEXICO CITY, Doc, so- lution of difficulties arising out of International affairs with the United Statps were Intrusted entirely to President Carranza without leglslat- Senator Cummings and Reprosenta-i lve Intrusion by the senate at a ee- tive Esch.chairmen of the senate andjcret session here today. Relations interstate commerce commit-' with the United States were describ- deli- W1T UND PARIg Dec 3 CONDITIONS One man is missing and a score of, K wua intimated that the status: others had narrow escapes. The crew Of lepislation might be such ihati of nine on board the Governor Me-; the President would not regard It! lane were obliged to jump over-j as necessary to. address congress on' board to escape the flames. Sever-1 the subject. Congressional leaders, al of the men were taken to the: arc determined to press the bills objcctlonable to hor hosilital suffering from exposure. i hut they have expressed doubt that ,are euminated, Lersner head of their onaotment could be completed the German .delegation 'here, told TroxolMrtunb. before Chustmas. the Associated Press this afternoon, Thomas Earnest Troxe.ll of Howe I Some officials and railroad and Miss Lillian Lamb of Steed-! a''e of the personal opinion that the man were married this morning at. President will await action on the court house In Ada, Justice pending legislation. Those at the1 Brown performing tho ceremony. A White House refuse, however, to fact that lent Interest to this mar- comment. i HAJSDLE VOLUXTUKR PRODUCT Frontena: have that the commission was a hotbed Of Socialism and Bolshevism. The committee will take up the commis- sion's attitude toward business In- terests, and toward all business agencies In general. SKCOND liKPORT ON SEVKNTV FIVE MILLION Tonight at the First Baptift t Church at 1 o'clock we will hear the latest report of the team workers in the Baptist Seventy Five Million Campaign. to 14 per cent increase plan until a satisfactory adjustment is made. Ill mm tho Aaweutcd The teams have been at work! PITTSBURG, Kan., Dec, 3 Eleven international capital will be invited. GERMANS WANT TO" TRADE POTASH FOR AMERICAN COAL By thp Associated Pron BERLIN. Dec. The German l Potash Syndicate is negotiating with America again, says the NORTH f.ERMAN GAZETTE which believes it will be able to reach an agree- ment in regard to the exchange of potash for American coal. took place between the Germans and Americans last spring but failed, -eays the paper, because America still thought it could on its own substitute for since Sunday and several more sub- scriptions have been made. We will hear the final report Sunday night at the services. Let's have a large attendance at prayer meeting C. Mor- ris, Pastor. Elect Officers. strip pits In the Kansas coal fields will be In operation by the state this afternoon, Governor Henry J. Allen announced this morning just before starting on a tour of the district north of Plttsburg. C. D. Sample, one1 of the state's receivers, announces that eight or ten cars of coal would be shipped At its regular meeting Monday out of the coal fields tonight. The rlage is that both the contracting parties are deaf mutes. refused to handle cars containing I T coal mined by tho state's volunteer Let a Want A" It for you. miners. WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and Thursday, with rising temperature. night Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. A. M., elected and Installed the following officers: R. H. Gladwill, W. M.; F. R. Laird, S. W.; Chas. Deaver, J. W.; B. M, Bobbltt, Treas- urer; F. C. Sims. Sec.; W. P. Lee. S. D.; Frank Arnett, J'. D.; A. M. Russell, S. S.; E. C. Peay, J. S. Mrs. W. L. Reed, formerly a resident of Ada, returned to her home in Ardmore yesterday after a week's visit with (relatives 'and friends in the city. first car load went from Plttsburg late yesterday to Coldwater, Kans. Whether members of the tour brotherhoods of railroad employes working out of the coal fields will refuse to handle the coal was to be .'determined at a meeting late this afternoon. The railway employes expected word today from -their na- tional organization on their request that they be permitted to refuse to handle the state mined coal. Miss Nettie Frizzell of Roff, who has been visiting Mias Bess Laird, left for her home yesterday. M. o. Belmont formerly of Ada, returned to his home in Bonham, Texas, yesterday morning after visit- potash and refused the German of- fers, whereupon Germany sold her output, which was Intended for the United States, to Sweden. Negotiations, says the Berlin pa- per, have now -been resumed to en- able the German potash mines, of which 120 are crippled through lack of coal while others have only 25 percent enough fuel to buy Ameri- can coal with dollars and recoup by selling potash to Amerka at dollar rates. Other negotiations are also under- way between Germany and Holland for milk and dairy products in ex- change for potash. MEXICAN DEPUTIES WOULD RESTORE BULL FIGHTING By tho Arioclftteil Prcra MEXICO CITY, Dec. an overwhelming vote ,the Mexican chamber of Deputies today passed a bill restoring bull fights. The ing old frlend-a in the city for the senate will vote on the measure to- past few I morrow.   

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