Ada Evening News, February 26, 1919

Ada Evening News

February 26, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma {Stye gfoa Chuting VOLUME XV. NUMBER 296. ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Our Millinery Department is now ready with an unusually fine display of Spring Hats from Gage, Fisk and our own work room. Street Hats, Dress Hats, flower-laden, quill or feather-trimmed, feminine, severe—many types for women, misses and children ready for you to see. «    •■ Prices $2.50 to $15 WILSON WILL IN y insist ox completion or im- spartacaxs REDOUBLE EF- I “ORTA NT IAX* I STATION BK-    FORTS    TO    LAUSCH    HEYOLU- FOKK ADJOURNMENT.    THIN    TO    DEPOSE    EBERT. i i t    ................ * Bv the A^sedated Pres* WASHINGTON. Fob. 26. In accordance with his decision to call no 'extra congressional session before his second return from France, President Wilson planned'today to aid I by his presence at the capitol efforts of democratic leaders to fop*© through big appropriation measures and other important legislation before adjournment next Tuesday. I Conference® at the capitol were arranged for today or tomorrow as the program at the White House | permits. I In order to I ministration Floor Leader REPUBLICANS NOMINATE MUCH j < m ut ism) MAVOR FOR ANOTHER TERAI. expedite action on admeasures. Democratic Martin asked his colleagues to have speech-making to republican members and requested Senators Owen and Hitchcock to abandon their intended speeches on the league of nations. President Wilson today continued the hard pace he set for himself yesterday and the steady stream of callers at executive offices continued. By the Associated Tres** BERLIN, Feb. 26. Spartacans and Radical Socialists have launched a movement to overthrow the existing government in Saxony, where the newly elected diet was to have assembled yesterday A general strike has been proclaimed at Halle, one of the principal junction points in Saxony ami communications broken. Spartacaus are reported to have tak-jen place and other industrial centers. Independent Socialists in Leipsic have issued a manifesto demanding the retirement of the Wei mer government and are working feverishly for the' establishment of a soviet republic in ! Saxony. By the Associated Press CHICAGO, Feb. 26.—Complete unofficial returns from yesterday’s primaries show the percentage of registered women voting was 58 while the men’s per centage was fifty-six. William Hale Thompson, present incumbent, won the Republican nomination frJV mayor over Charles Bv Abernant, University of Chicago professor, and municipal Judge Harry Olson, by a plurality of over 39,000 votes. Robert Al. Switzer, present county clerk, was the successful democratic candidate. OF IN DISTRICT COURT CUMMINGS HOOS NATIONAL COMMITTEE By the Associated Pres* WASHINGTON. Feb. 26.— Homer S. Cumin lags of Connecticut was elected chairman of the National Democratic committee today and the committee voted in favor of a compute reorcamation for an aggressive campaign in 1920. THREE I BY ELECTRIC CURRENT By the Associated Press COPENHAGEN. Feb 26.— A fresh revolt broke out today at Mannheim icTwesiern Germany. Spartaean forces occupied the postoffice, telegraph offices and railway station. Communication with city is interrupted and the extent of the movement has not been ascertained. % BRESTER (X)UMI NISTS CONFESS MONEY FOR REVOLT SUPPLIER FROM RUSSIA. Buy your Edison at the Edison Shop and save the freight. 127 E. Main St.    2-18-tf Let a Want Ad get it for you We Can Make It If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring it to us We have every facility for doing this clas> of work and, we know how— Stairs Studio PHONE *4 ! By lh** A«iM>r!aU‘d Pre** HASEL, Switerland, Feb. 26.— | Seventy-six communists arrested on chaises of rebellion against the Hungarian republic at Budapest, according to advices here, admitted during their examination that money to set I up an anti-republican government i came from Russia and that during the past month the expenses amounted to 300.000 crown*. They refused to repeal where the funds are being kept. Hem ®ti| ching and Pivoting Mrs. M. A. Cassidy has purchased a new machine and is now prepared to do hemstitching at her home, 922 East Eighth Street. Phone 4 4 5. Your work solicited.    2-2    4-6t. I Spray Tree*. Ain fully prepared to spray and prune fruit and shade trees on short notice. Homer Miller. Leave orders ,t Cw in & Mays. Young men’s spring suits, Kirsch-baum a Curie®. Beautiful line of styles.- Bulk’s.    ltdw Ivory Pyralin % NEW DESIGNS IN LATEST IVORY Ivory Pyralin Goods DUBARRY DESIGNS IN Combs Brushes Puff Boxes Hair Receivers Nail Brushes Easily Kept Clean Beutiful Ivory Color Sanitary and Popular Groin <S~ 'Mays Drug Go. Rexall Agents Liggeft’s Chocolates Saturday in district court I. D. Nichols of Roff was given a judgment tor $7 50 against the National Fire Insurance Co. Monday and Tuesday the following judgments were rendered: II. II. Bethel vs. Charley Wilburn, judgment for HOO. Hollow vs. Lydick ic Lydick, demurrer of plaintiff sustained. Gwendolin Grigsby vs. Bob Duncan, sheriff, judgment for defendant. Laura Taylor vs. W. B. Johnson, judgment for $60 for plaintiff. Judge C. T. Barney as special judge in the case of Mary E. Bruner vs. A. II. Constant et a1, rendered a judgment for plaintiff. Beside® these eases Judge Bolen has passed on numerous motions and pleas in connect ion w^.i cate® on the docket. CENTER. —    A tackey party was given at the borneo? Miss Esther Sutherland Mon-Three employees at the power plant day evening. A chocolate cake was at Byng were severely shocked this j given to the boy dressed the tackiest morning by a high power current of ; anj a cocoanut cake to the girl dress-electriciiy. but it is not thought that ed the tackiest The party was a any was injured seriously.    success and every one had #a good The men were raising a derrick by time. There were too many present means of a wire cable. This came in (to be named. However, two cars from contact with a wire carrying 42,000 Center, each having twelve people volts. The men would undoubtedly jn them were there. Miss Brandon act-have been killed instantly had the ^ her part exceeding well. She act-cable not been grounded, one end be- t,tj as tacky as she looked. Miss Ngoing lastened to a tree and partly j mah Eddings was pianist. Miss Esth-buried in the ground. The men were Sutherland and Homer Stephens took knocked unconscious but recovered the cake* for being the tackiest The in a short time. Their hands were j entertainment for the evening con-badly burned where they were in con- jested principally of singing, dancing tact with the cable.    and debating. The subject of the de- The names of the men could not bate was “Woman Suffrage is Combe ascertained.    in*.’’ Miss Brandon in her tackiest mannt r introduced the speakers and announced the subject. Miss Myrtle Sutherland and Bernice Turner were on the affirmative side while Commodore Sutherland and Byron Ruck-| cr w'ere on the negative. The part was a continuous roar of laughter throughout the evening. Tile Center basket ball boys play-ruhU r i d two match games at the normal j gymnasium Saturday flight, one* w.*h Roff high school and the other with | Stonewall high school. Both games I were very Interesting, the score being, RofT vs. Tenter. 18-21 in Roff’s favor. Stonewall vs. Tenter, 2-22 in Center’s favor. The weather being so unfavorable the girls could not come. “Lookout for us Saturday night. bot Ti teems w ill be there. J. E. Dean has his two new rooms vnished and the ladies of the ‘ Community Builders' Organization’’ met i ■    1    Airs. Sloan’* Monday afternoon and Wheat and Flour.    went through a general house clean- No wheat thousands of years old has 1 ng anfl moving into the new rooms. <*ver been known to germinate, many Every thing was straightened in a FAVORABLE REPORT OS XAVAL APPROPRIATION By the Associated Presa WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. — The senate naval committee, without a vote, ordered the $720,000,000 appropriation bill favorably reported to the senate. By a partisan vote of 8 to 6 the committee approved the new building program, republican members opposing. ALLEGED GRAFTERS FACE I By th** Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 .— The department of Justice will be asked to prosecute civilians found implicated in bribery scandals in the third naval district at New oYrk, according to an announcement by Secretary Daniels today. These civilians are out side naval jurisdiction. F Our First Spring .Opening Friday, February 28th 1919 An Invitation We cordially invite every lady to attend our First Spring Opening, Friday, Feb.#28. Lady visitors will receive a nice souvenir. Showing of Hats, Coats, Suits, Dresses from leading houses of the country. Meet your friends Friday, February 28th, at DEPARTMENT STORE RHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. LMntdiHtied In I OOH AOA. OKLA. I E fly the Associated Presa WASHINGTON. Feb. 26. Favorable report on the bill appropriating $100,000,000 to make reclaimed lands available to returned soldiers and sailors was ordered today by the senate public lands committee. A similar bill has been reported to the house. WALLACE NAMED TO SUCCEED SHARP By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.—Hujih Campbell Wallace of Tacoma, Watsn-j ington w as nominated today by President Wilson to succeed Ambassador Sharp as American ambassador to France. WEATHER FORECAST. Cloudy and probably rain is the spinion of the weather man has of Thursday. BOLSHEVIK! FOSE 2 BALTIC PORTS By the Associated Press COPENHAGEN, Feb. 26.—The ports of Libau and Windau in Cour-land on the Baltic sea, which were taken by Bolshevik^ Jan. 31 have been recaptured. To Prevent Rugs Slipping. There are many devices t«» prevent rugs from slipping on hlghly-pol floors. One of the best ami Mise Cheapest is to cut pieces of r» sheathing puller the exact size «*t ruj- and lay it under them, rim.' le t move then). Another wn> * ! sew triangles of corrugated sheeting to the comers of ti. n.j‘ vt. ti* BELGIAN CLAIMS ARE By tin* Associated Press PARIS, Feb. 26. The Commission to study Belgian claims met today for its first session and elected Capt. Andre Tardieu president. See Our NEW ie AT THE PLAY Refresh Your Principles. When ti man starts afresh, either r. ith the newness t*f a new year or with the stimulus of altered circum* dances or with the inspiration of a new work, what his start might to do for him is to refresh the deepest principles by which he lives.—Phillips Brooks. yarns to tile contrary notwithstanding. Baking test® have ills** teen made by :he department of agriculture, showing a distinct inferiority of the Alaska I wheat flour as a bread producer. Care of Steel. Steel knives arm other steel article® which an* not in general use may tie kept from rusting it they are dipped in n stroiv; solution of soda. one part water to four ot soda. then wiped dry with flannel and kept In a dry place. Treadmill for Chickens. To make chickens toke exercise necessary for growth, nu Inventor has patented a feed box in front of which is a revolving platform over which they must scramble to get anything to eat. Hunting Trouble. Wheu a man is looking f'H? trouble he doesn’t have to go to ti*** dictionary to find it. Ho eau get it in tin* telephone directory. Do Justice Prompt!/ When it is our duty to do an act of Justice It should be done promptly. To delay Is injustice.— La Bruyere. short while. Mrs. Sloan is very thankful to them and we all hope she will soon be able lo be up and arrange her rooms to suit herself. Mrs, Watson of Ada. is visiting her brother. J. E. Sloan and family this week. Rev. Roberson conducted preaching services bere bdth Sunday, Monday and Sunday night. Everybody Is urged to be at Sunday pf hool Sunday morning. A division of the classes w ill be made. There will be two girls’ classes and two boys’ classes. This will call for two more teachers. The object is to give each pupil a chance to report on subjects assigned him. The classes have been crowded recently. Tenter school is gaining new’ pupils every week. Albert Medlock of Stratford, entered school here Monday morning. Mrs. Kila Floyd of Wewoka is visiting her uncle J. E. Sloan and family this w’oek. LIBERTY Tile pu HI ic has often heard of the devil and Tom Walker. This evening the Kentucky Belles will present them in real life. The picture program presents Tom Mix. the famous Oklahoma actor, in the drama. “The Twisted Trail.” AMERICAN. This evening the first installment of the serial, “Houdani, the Man of Mystery, will be presented. Iloudani is the famous handcuff king and plays the lead in this thriller which mystifies and baffles the audience. Besides this, Wallace Reed and Anna Little are featured in the eight-reel Paramount, “The Source.” Everything a man w’ears. Everything a woman wears. Besides we fit the feet.- Burk’s.    ltdw Marriage License®. Ray Nichols, 21, Ada; Frankie Webster, 19, Ada. Norman Hallems, 24, Ada; Corriue Cooper, 17, Ada. Otis Sullivan, 19. Ada; Malissa May Archer, 20, Ada, Edwin Garrett. 21, Stonewall; Thelma Nix. 18, Stonewall. A. W. Oliver, 25, Ada; Faye Cooper. 18, Ada. E. S. Stockton, 21, Ada; Effie Ivy, 18. Ada. J. H. Myers, 24. Ada; Maggie Martin, I 8, Ada. D. C. Lainer, 21, Ada; Lillian Lasi-ter, 17, Ada. Jo*' Harkens, 50, Holdenville; Ella NIcar. 33. Holdenville. P. H. Warren, 50, Stonewall; Coddle White. 30, Stonewall. T)re/s sos for SPRING r7"*HERE is a youthful charm * and daring in these newly arrived Betty Wales Dresses for early spring time wear, lifting them to the heights in feminine preference. The colorings are lovely and varied—they are simply irresistible; they are developed in charming new fabrics of unusual richness in the smartest of the newr silhouettes, featuring the new draped skirts, with broad sashes, effectively trimmed. Materials of taffeta, Georgettes and printed radiums in wonderful variations. PRICED FROM $25 TO $37.50 Come In and See Them When you get ready to paper your house see Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf Brilliant, scientific playing; will be demonstrated on the High school basket ball court Wednesday even-1 ing. Be there. Ada High school vs.! Stonewall. Admission 25 cents. 2-25-2t The Surprise Store Established 1903 415-717 West Main St. Phone 117 ;

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