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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma A Most Extra Ordinary Photoplay At the liberty Today-Marion Davis, Featured in "Dark by Robert W. Chambers ill THIS DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 239 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS GUARD CANAL IS HKHK THAT THK AUKN MVST COXVIXl'K .UTHOH1TIKS THAT HK IS -KIT KOK NKW YORK, IVc. Kills, Island, known for years as "the open door to the oppressed of every, land" and which has become the subject of a congressional inquiry by reason of its new character as a place of detention for hundreds of anarchist? and other "dangerous" radicals, is really dr.ve small islands in New York harbor about one mile southwest of Manhattan. Their total area is approximately twenty. acres. I'pon thesr islands, known as No.'s 1. i? and are nineteen larxe and small buildings of brick and stone, many of them handsome structures of four and five used as the United States Iminitra-' '.ion Station for this port and through which, from July 1 to De- cember 1 last, nearly SO.000 aliens entered the Land ef Opportunity and Freedom. Hundreds of "nn-, desirables." it slionld be stated, wore a: the same time sen: back 10 the lands of their birth. The immigra- tion service here employs 'M'2 work- er; including inspector who board incoming ships. It Sf-ms an incongruity tha; Kl- lis Uland which, in summer, gives the first glimpse of the wonders of the New World's metropolis, a pleasing view beau- tiful lawns and flowers, well-kep: buildings and a fine harbor the marvelous skyline of .New York in the distance, should 'nave meta- morphosed during the war into a big detention placo for political criminals and the foos of organized, government. The fact is, Ellis Island, accord- mi: to the authorities. was not in- tended as a prison for such offend- Federal judges, in the past two years, acting under the author- ity vested in them, liberated fi57 so-called "dangerous aliens" either upon their own recognizance or in the custody of their lawyers, ac- cording to Representative Isaac Siegel. a member of the house im-; migration committee which is in- vestigating the red peril. During the same period anarchists, bolshevists and other radicals have been sent from various parts of the United States t New York. Of this S5 are now in cus- tody of Acting Immigration Com- mission.-" (1, t'hl. the suc- cessor to Frederic C. Howe, who. until recently, and since had served .1- commissioner. A of [he Assoc ated Press was -.i.-rniitt.'d to make a tour of the Kills Island building-- Nine hundred immigrants wert- be- ing fed in the large dining hall at the time Not only did there ap- pear t" be an abundance of food of a wholesome kind, but the tables, and dish--s were cli-a.i. Fresh white papei in long rolN was used as "table cloili.-." The nu-nus for breakfast, dinner and supper, fnr four successive days. for instance, showed the variabl- IVe.ikl'asi: Farina, corn mush, or boiled rice with milk; stewed prunes or pi-aches; bread and butter I subs: it'Me1 coffee. Din- ner: Soup (split pea, farmer style, mock turtle. English beef, and lima bean I Irish stew with vegetables; baked codfish a la Italian; French roa-st with bordlaise sauce kidney Stew with riCe cold-slaw; bread and butter i substitute i rice or liberty pudding; coffee. Supper: Salis- bury steak with onion sauce: roast beef hash with preen peppers; ham macaroni; baked pork and beans; bread and nutter NEW ITALIAN ENVOY ARRIVES IN U. S. I'KICSIDK.VT W1LSOX KXPKOTI31) TO APPOINT OTHKIl MEMBER TODAY. TO AD.IUST AM) P11IOK8 WASHINGTON. Dec. JT. White, former -president of ihe: i United Mine Workers of American I i and Rembrandt 1'eale, an independ- I ent coal operator of Pennsylvania, 'will be named members of the-com- mittee of the present conference which is to fix prices in the bi- tuminous coal industries, according! '0 unofficial reports today. Mr. i I Vale and .Mr. White assisted Dr. I j Harfield during ihe war. President. Wilson is expected U> officially! i name the other member during thej idav, T mm BtllKAU OK riV'MCD STATRS CROP ESTIMATES SAYS THAT OKLAHOMA PKOJVfCrcn TWEXTY-IilGHTH j JUKI Mrs. Minnie C. Smith has r ?uit lor d.vorce from her filed: bus-[ Baroness Avezanno mid t heir iiiTival Xt-w One-of (lie unti-nircrnft suns protecting ihe Panama Canal, Huge anti-aii-crat't -uns. resting on Irom I'ossihh- air attacks. The i! stationed show to guard it canal 111' .band. J. L. .Smith. She is represent- ed by King ,v Crawford. that, she was mar- ried to defendant ia Ada, April i-i'. Tha; both she and her husband at tha- time had Children by former marriages. That defoad- ,mi failed and refused to support and hi r children and that she and her cinldren were forced to work to support themselves. Wherefore, plaintiff asks for di- and .'or such other relief as she may be entitled to. i concrete bases, have be along the Panama canal one of these amis with in the left background. I'liotoj the I.KTTKKs TO SAXTA CLAUS Sir John Alcock Is Dead from An AKI; iiK.vnKn F XKW YOUK OX STKAMKK. liKITISH KKW DK- TA1I.S OK At'CIUKXT HALIFAX. Dec. 111. Vdrty-three of tile crew nn (he I'reiL'hi steamer Manxman have been drowned at sea, and ship is .-M pposed to have gone down according to a wire- less message received at 'he Cam- perdown station today. Snrviving members of the ship are nn board ;he steamer. British Isles, due in York next Monday. lilH'KN. Krance. Dec. C'ap- tain Sir John Alcock, thp first to malie a non-.-inp airplane flight across ihe Atlantic., died here as a result of in- juries he received when his plane crashed 10 the earth near Code. vradik. the deiiiii-'iin-ni nr Seine, Xnrmandy. BOI.SIIKVIKI Sl'l-'KKi; KKO.M ATTACKS OK DKNKKIXK MKX, The .-'iintn Clans department of tiie Eveninj; News is for the little folks only. It is not for overgrown young men or for eighteen year old ladies. It is an easy manor for us lo desr'Oy letters from jjrown- ui'S. but it requires some time HI f-ad them and one naturally desires to avoJd their contents, AVhen a young lady is hunger- and Ihirstjiiip; for a sweet- heart sht. will., find lit.tle relief irom apiieaiins to Santa Glaus, tor are not left in Ky News' Special Service OKLAHOMA CITY Dec. cording to advance figures of the bureau of United1 States crop esii- mates Oklahoma, this year, pro- duced more than one twenty-eighth i of all the farm products of the j United States. Advance figures in- ditate that the national farm pro- ducts will reach a total value of a. little more than fourteen billions of dollars and Oklahoma's estimated production at 000. Oklahoma led all the states of the nation in the average yield per acre this year of all crops com- bined and duly weighted, compared with their yields for recent years, with a percentage of 13S.7. Texas is second with a mark of 124.2 per- cent. Nebraska third with 114.5 per cent and Kansas fourth with 110. 8 per cent. The following figures from a pre- liminary estimated total of produc- tion and value of leading Oklahoma crops for 1919: 13aron Uoinano Avezanno. Ihe new Hie baron said be was not at liberty! Corn 74 1 r> 000 bushels Italian ambassador to the United1
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