Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919
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FARIS. May N. Intimations
reaching; th** peace conference from Versailles lead to the belief that two or three membersNof the German peace delegation nill return to Germany to consult their government regard ins; the proposed terms and the attitude of the Germans towards its acceptance or rejection or moves for a modification of the (drastic conditions laid down by the | allies, The others will remain at j Versailles.
The Germans have not yet sub-j miffed any communication with regard to the peace treaty All exchanges between the delegates af I Versailles and their home govern being kept secret.
SENTENCE OF NICKS REDUCED TO 5 TEARS
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WASHINGTON. May X. Fifty more men convicted during th* war of violations or the espionage at*. ha\ e been granted clemency by President Wilson on tecommenda-tlon or Attorney General Palmer Among them is William Madison Hicks, of western Oklahoma, commuted from twenty years to five years.
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PARIS. May s -The council oi tour. with Piemiei Orlando of Italy present, began today to arrange a program for presentation of peace terms to Austrian. Hungarian ami I Bulgarian delegates. Tile Austrian : treaty has begun to take form, portions ot if already being drafted. lf appears thai a considerable pat! of the indemnity required by allies i will be asked from Austria, the estimate being live billion crowns. This
I provision and the delineation of th
j frontiers of the new states formed j from the old Aua1 ro-Hungarian em j pi re will he the main features ot the treaty now in the making 'Frontiers between Gentian - Vustna and Italy and probably th** Adriatic settlement also will figure.
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Th* Cemetery Association will meet at the Presbyterian church tomorrow afternoon at 4 p. in. All ladies of the city interested invited to attend.
CORA C. MCKEEL,, Pres. MRS. W B. JONES. Sec**.
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NEW YORK. M ay x. Proceeding in a general northeasterly direction, three Navy-Curt is Hydro left the government’s air Rockaway Bench at IO a. on the first leg of an trails-A ti antic flight. The with Commander John H chief of th** expedition. first to take to rh* air. The N. C. I. with Lieut. Commander Bellinger. and N C. 4 with Lieuk Commander A. C Read, as commanding Officers, were clos** behind The trio of g'ur.t planes, barring mishaps, w ill i t ach Halifax, a distance* of 540 miles, before night fall.
Making G<mn! l*rog»x*>s.
WOODS HOLE. Mass . May x The naval fliers passed over .Natl-slum Island at 12:GO IV M., (he three machines traveling close together and Hying high Weather conditions continued good
Headed for CrtjH* Sable.
CHATHAM. Mass. May v The three American
passed Chatham naval station on th** flight to Halifax at 1:2* o'clock. Taking their hearings from Chatham theyappea red pointing northeastward on the Cape Sabi** course
I INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY
on Ins return it oui th** trenches. ,s some occasion. The mettnories should be recorded in one of our Elegant Photographs. Phone for an appointment
I MORLET RESIGNS AS PEN WARDEN
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BRUSSELS, Tuesday. May 6 A depot of German ammunition containing shells and bombs of every caliber and many gas shells has been exploding since yesterday morning at the railway station at tiroenendu* I. six miles south of Brussels, where Canadian troops wore inspected by King Albert eight ago. The depot has been un-uard of If»0 Belgian soldiers and 600 German prisoners have been at work near it. It is believed there are many Rill im I and wound eel. but the number ot victims will not I*** known for several days.
Many houses rn the neighborhood have completely collapsed and windows and roofs for two miles around tin* scene of the explosions ha\e been shattered. This la especially the case at Hoeylaert and neighboring towns, where there are thousands of hothouses. Th** movement of trains over th** Namur-Luvemburg line has Tieen interrupted.
It is reported that while workmen hydro-airplanes were unloading a wagon rtll**d with shells a detonator exploded in the hands of a German prisoner, set ting fire to Aftei the e
prisoners broke the barbed wire cordon surrounding the camp tied in all directions through the woods. Only 150 have been,ai rested since. The Belgian guards at the depot succeeded in escaping in | safety. The explosions are clearly t heard in Brussels and may continue I for days.
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Mc A LEST EK, Okla., May s Sam L. Morley, for the past three years yarden of the state penitentiary h**re, s*nt in his resignation to Governor Robertson today to take *> .J. effect immediately. Morley will as-
suni** presidency of a local bank.
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MEXICO CITY. May 8. A statue j of •‘Xochipili.*’ Aztec god of flow ers. has been discovered by William Niven, an American archeologist jWho has been conducting Investigations for many years in this city.
The statuette, th** first representation of the god known to have been .discovered in virtually a perfect | state of preservation in modern I times, was dug up at At/capot/.aleo. a suburb of th** capital and which J prior to the coming of Corte* was the seat of a powerful Indian na-\ The tion, but which at the time of thej^gn«>(j
Mr. G. Al. Cunningham', of Houston. Texas, organizer for the International Association of Lions Clubs, has just perfected in this city the) organization of the Lion’s Club of I Ada.
The meeting w as held in the of-j rices of the First National Bank yes-; terday afternoon! where had as-, tem bled over twenty of Ada’s sub-, stantial citizens and representative' business men. It was here that) Mr. Cunningham explained in detail i th** plans, principles and workings1 of the Lion’s Club movement, and where a permanent organization was effected without a dissenting vote, j Just recently a movement was on I toot here to organize a Rotary J Club. hut after a careful in vest I ga-1 lion of the methods of both organ-, ization* it was decided that, in view ; Of the size of the town, it might ! be better to select the Lion’s Club • as a starter. The two clubs are 1 very similar, in fact have the same objects, the only material differ-1 cue* being in the matter of select- | ing the membership. The Rotary I is a little more exclusive in that it : limits representation in the club to, only one line of business of the i same character in tile town wfikere I organized, while the Lion’s Club! can accept to membership on invita-1 non any business man of known! honor and integrity who can comply with the provisions of the local! and national constitution and by- S la w s.*
The fnembership fee is $15 and Cie dues are $1 pet month. The dub works in regular or call meet-j ings. the regular meetings being as often as the local organization may deem necessary, and usually on the* occasion of a luncheon given at some popular hostelry in the city, j The Ada organization plans to hold their luncheons every two weeks for the present time, the first meeting of which is to he determined by! th** officers of the club at an early, date.
The Lion’s Club will in no way conflict with the regular rommel-i ti.ti club of the city, but it will.
• rn the other hand, be a wonderful support to it and will endeavor at all times to do everything possible for tit** commercial, industrial and* social advancement of the city and1 comm unity.
The principles of the Lion s Flubs of the world are better set forth in their code of ethics, which we take pleasure in printing in herewith:
Code of Ethic*.
1. To show my faith in worthiness of my vocation by duatrious application to th** that I may merit a reputation quality of service.
2. To seek success and to maud all fair remuneration or profit as my just due, but to accept no profit or success at the price of my own self respect, lost because of unfair advantage taken or because of questionable acts on my part.
To be fair to ray competitors, loyal to my clients or customers and trite to myself.
I. Whenever a doubt arises as to th** right or ethics of my opinion or action toward my fellowman, to resolve such doubt against myself.
5. To hob! friendship as an end and not a means. To hold that true friendship exists not on account of. th** service performed ffy one to another, hut that true friendship demands nothing but accepts service in th** spirit it is given.
6. To always hear in mind my ob-to my Nation.! ouimunity and
to give to them my unswerving loy-a ally iii word, act and deed. To give ’ to thrill freely of my time, labor and means.
7. To aid my fellow man by giving my sympathy to those in distress. my aid to th** weak and my substance to the needy.
s. To be careful with my criticism and liberal with my praise To build up and not destroy.
The Alia Organization.
After an organization had been perfected at yesterday’s meeting the following officers of the Ada Club w’ere elected:
M. F. Manville, president; C. E. (Tinning, first vice-president; Robert XV im bish, second vice-president; ('has. L. Orr. Jr., secretary-treas-urer; F. J. McFarland. C. R. Drummond and Marvin Brown, trustees. The trustees are to hold one. two and three years respectively; other officers for one year.
following are those who the Constitution and who
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HUNGARIAN REBS MAI ASK U. S. TO REFUSE ARMISTICE
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COPENHAGEN, Alay 8. The; PAHIA May s. It i* expected Hungarian communist government that the United States will be asked has refused armistice terms offered ^to become the mandatory for Artly Rumania and has decided to mfcnia. Indications are that Presi-fight to uttermost, a dispatch fronrx|W^Pt Wilson will submit the matter Budapest says. congress. ,
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PARIS, May 8.— The French for- Criminally Insane,
eign office received Information to- B. Ii. Bullock, who lives four
day that the Austrian peace dele- miles northwest of Fitzhugh, plead gation had left Vienna last night guilty to a criminal assault upon and would arrive here probably to- Poison of his 13-year-old daugh-morrow. *er before Judge J. W. Bolen when
arraigned this morning. The case
... ,, , was so unusual that tile judge sus-
1. Ii. Ihoinlon, a lecturer of na- peeled insanity and immediately had
lienal reputation, will deliver a free him examined before a board of addtess at the city hall Friday physicians. The examination bore evening at 8:30. All people interest- out Judge Bolen’s suspicions and cd in religious subjects should at- Bullock was ordered by the judg<* tend this lecture. There will be no to bt turned over to the county collection. i sanity hoard for final disposition.
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conquest was the great slave mart compose the original membership: of the inhabitants of Tenoxtitlan. \y (;. Moser: Chas. L. Orr;
home of the Aztecs and the site "Marvin Brown; B. H, Epperson;
of the modern city addition to its slave zalco was noted for elers and wonderful dens. *'Xochipilli” have presided over ancient gardens.
of Mexico. In trade, At/capotes expert jew-cultivated galls supposed to one of
Dr. M L. Lewis; John P. McKinley; J. A. Smith; C. E. Cunning; Robert VVimbish; C. R. Drummond; Ed Ow in; F. E. Bowman; J. AI. Gordon; A. O. Green; R. W. Simpson; *b*!L. A.# Ellison; C. IL Rives; S. M. Shaw; F. J. McFarland; M. R. .. Chilcutt; P. A. Norris; I. M. King;
Friday and Saturday special— Im. F. Manville
one-pound box chocolates 59c.*— | The officers of the newly organ-
Mrs. Land’s Lunch Room. 5-8-31 : ized club will get together imme-
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(loose Hill Dairy milk for sale notify the membership of
at Mrs. Land's on Sunday. 5-8-3t and place of tjie first
\V omen s Slippers REDUCED $2.95 m $3.95
Shoes don’t make the woman any more than clothes make the man, but well fitting, stylish Slippers give any woman an appearance of‘well bred, up-to-date prosperity which helps a great deal in life’s journey. These Slippers have a look of refinement and taste that make them worth more, although we don’t charge it. They are broken lots.
LIVELY BUYING WILL ENSUE AS A RESULT OF THESE PRICES.
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