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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma The    Fact That    Germany Bas Signed a Treaty Is Bo Indication That She Will Pay-We All Bove Bad Bad Paper, Don’t You Know BIG RETURNS cairns DISTRICT TWO CENTS THE COPY ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY ll, 1919 VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 108 TIME! REVIVt HAM AXD RAMSAY ARRIVED YESTERDAY' AXD RIG REVIVAL OPENS OX SCHEDULE TIME. Oklahoma Educational Association Organized After California Plan IM >M IXATR>X OE THE FOOD DI STRT BY RIG PACKERS CERTAIN UNLESS GOVERN MENT IXTKRFERS. KOI R WHITE MEX INJURED BY NEGROES IX PITCHED RATTI KS; \ ECHOES FLEE; 5 HOI SKS DURNED. IU tin* AXMOCiMtt'l) l’.C" WASHINGTON. July ll.—Approaching domination of all important toods and many industries, not all of them related, and international control of all meat products by “big five” packers, seems a certainty unless fundamental legislative action prevents, the Federal Trade Commission declared today in a report to President Wilson on the extent and growth of the power of these companies. Alleging that Swift & Co., Armour A Co., Wilson A Co., Morris & Co., and Cudahy Co., jointly or separately, control five hundred and seventy-four companies and have a minority interest in ninety-five others, and a determined Interest in n:nety-three, and that they produce and deal in no less than seven hundred and seventy-five home commodities, the report pictures startlingly a packer invasion into all related and unrelated industries. Feeling that Ada and Pontotoc county should make some manner of protest against the murder of John VV. Correll, and the inhuman treatment of his family, by Mexican bandits in the republic of Mexico on June 16th, last, we the undersigned citizens and business men of the city of Ada desire to call a mass meeting for that purpose. The revival committee has been consulted and we find that the most convenient hour will be at two o'clock sharp next Sunday afternoon. The meeting will be held at the court house and every citizen of Ada who can possibly do so is asked to attend the meeting. Governor Robertson has been invited    to    be    present and    make    an address,    but    should he be    unable    to do so other speakers will be substituted. Appropriate resolutions will be introduced and voted upon. Signed: C. H. Rives, R.    H. Epperson, Marvin Brotan, P.    A. Norris, M.    R. Chilcutt, Gary Kitchefis, M. F. Manville. J. A. Smith. Lee Dagga, R. W. Simpson. F. J. McFarland, Luther Harrison, Robert Wimbish, Miles Grigsby, Committee. Ten Million Suit rn Filed Against Steel Co npanies Normal Notes Goes to Missouri WASHINGTON, July ll.- R-34 was estimated to be over half way across the Atlantic at 9 A. M. today, although no official advices received. If early program hah been maintained it was calculated that she would be approximately 16u5 miles en-' of New York. MICKIE SAYS F U^£N, fcOSSV NER YOO OtVVMGOU^O GOOD NAYuRfcO* ’S aaa. fc\Gwt X re    wu' AU. AMAT, fcOY A NR\NSRAPR«U Olivet ain* mo RSAom roo** us.* Pv>a\-vc loimfvn’ privet ’n ) VMC cAny oxy out NO AN CNTERYAvN \I\GWOR-Si I    *0"CV-\\ Miss Keller’* classes in chorus and individual singing will give a program at the Normal on Friday night of next week. This is the only program Miss Keller will give during the summer term. She has done great work in the music course and her success with the pupils will be demonstrated at the exercises next Friday evening. NOU YfcLL’fcWV WVCVClfc I TNfc VAfcfXVrC I L*Wt‘ Our IME ‘“iStnaMiC Meet your friends at the Palm Garden, where \our drinks an* made cold.    6-11-21. WEATHER FORECAST. Meet your friends at the Paint I Saturday generally fair, contlnu Garden, where your drinks are made | ed warm, sayB the weather forecold. .    6-1    l-2t.    caster    of    tomorrow’s    prospects. ;