Ada Evening News, March 8, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ©be Cbentng VOLUME XV. NUMBER 305. ADA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. WO CENTS THE COPY Men's Fine Shoes and Oxfords Every good quality that good shoe-makers know how to put into a line of Men’s Shoes is shown in our Edwin Clapp, Howard & Foster and Beacon Shoes for Sprin; ICT Snappy styles, good workmanship, fine loath ers, stand out in every pair. SHOE, $12 Howard & Foster Shoes and Oxfords .    . Beacon Shoes and Oxfords .    . $10 to $7.50 to $10 $4 to $7.50 Men's Good Work Shoes .    .    . $5.50 to $5.50 STEVENS-WILSON CO. >1Bl DEFEATED BY DURANT E NEW BAPTIST PASTOR The Ada normal was defeated Friday afternoon by the Durant basketball team by a score of 35-17. The same stalled with the Ada boys in tho lead but it was not Ions until the visitors began lo pile up their score. The Durant cagers showed some splendid    team    work It    was a hazardous    rick    to let    the ball    get in to their territory lint bv team work and hard fighting the local lads would return the ball into their own territory. but    Lot    very    few chance? to shoot any    goals. A    harder    fought game will undoubtedly be played tonight for tile home boys are thirsting for revenge, having been beaten in all their -allies with the Durant Normal. Mi«.*i«»nrtry Society. Th** Woman's Missionary Society of the Broadway Church of Christ will meet ai the church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock Alter th** usual business meeting and monthly lesson a social hour will bo enjoyed by those present. Daring the time a program will be rendered and refreshments setvod, Mrs Wayne Wadling-ton, Sot *y. He\. C. 0. Morris, who has been pastor of the Baptist church in this city tor nearly four years, except the short time he was serving in the war resigned last Sunday night and with his wife will leave in a few* days to accept the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Ada. Oklahoma. This is one of the largest congregations in the state .and the uood people of Ada are to be congratulated upon securing Rev. Morris as their pastor. He is one of the best preachers we ever had in Idabel and is a man of sterling worth to any community. He has the friendship of the entire town regardless of his church or belief. The very best wisher of our people go out lo Bro. Morris and his excellent wife in their new home. He has b* en of material benefit to our town and we can say to til** good people of Ada that they have earned away one of our best citizens McCurtain County Gazette. Bring in that frame It for you. 1-15-tf picture and let me - C. A. Cummins. 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 class of work— and, we know turn — Stairs Studio PHONE 84 IMMIX l*A UN IM VITALIZES /XXL Ct It EV I ll \|l VITEK I h*' color of the Southwest, tilt* intoxicating wine of wide open spaces dangers of bonier life, and the lute of woman’s beauty. Such is tin* setting of “The Light of West* rn Stars,” and iii it ai** Zane Grev’s greatest characters virile, fearless and forceful men. courageous and lovable women. Zane Grey s people are out-of-door people. They thrive in Hie wide spaces along the western trails. Sunlight and starlight, the mountain winds and stinging storms, the far horizons, the tremendous scab* of things, ail these have left their mark on Zane Grey’s people, and of his breathing characters none is more virile than his Gene Stewart which Dustin Farnum vitalizes in ‘The Light of Western Stars,” which conies to American theatre for Tuesday. March ll. under j the direction of United Picture Theatres of America. Plant your Greenhouse. pansy bed now Crane’s Linen Lawn. Symphony Lawn. Pound Paper, 50c, 75c. Linen and Bond Tablets, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c. Envelopes, Linen and Bond, 10c, 15c, 20c. One Mark of Refinement is the Proper Use of Elegant Stationery. Gtfin Gr-Mays Co. ltevall Agents — Liggett'* Chocolate* GERMANY TO PAX WILL BE CALLED ON WAB DAMAGES. ADDRESS OE DR. SWIFT LEADING FEATURE. El NAL NI AIRERS TODAY. GOVERNMENT TROOPS IN CONTROL. WORKERS WILL BE til VEN PROTECTION. By flu* Ansu* lated Piths WASHINGTON, March 8. Claims tiled by American citizens and concerns with the stale department against Germany and Austria-Hun* ington University, St. Louis. gary total about $75".OOO.OOO, tile Ch.* only way children can be made state department announced today, to think is to be under Thinking and Acting was the sub-eet of a scholarly address before the Last Central Education Association Friday evening by Dr. Edgar of Wash ita* the Associated Press BASEL, Switzerland, March 8.— German government troopshave suppressed an armed revolt at Berlin, according to a dispatch front that city thinking end arn now' assigned the task of proclaims w hich    will    run into thousands    ^achira. Too often mere    lazy ideas    lecting workmen who    want    to    return arc divided into classes, those arising    are mistaken for thinking    while the    to work.    A marine division    and    two Nroni submarine atrocities and those supposed thinker is only running detachments of republican guards due to other    acts    of the central em-    Ion- in a rut .following    rule of    have been    disbanded. rues.    bu mb methods and getting nowhere.    ;    ................I_____ —— —,,    It    is    too    easy    to    drift along comfort ably instead of branching out in original lines. Most of th** success of great generals has been due to their daring to adopt n**w tactics unexpected by the enemy. Opportunities are always at hand for those who are ready to use them. It is too* often the‘1 case that those who will not think themselves will not permit others to think, a case in point being the ridi- _ cub*    that    fell    to Prof. Langley who I was the real inventor or the airplane OFFICERS ELK*TER; ULAN IDR and ether men who dared to wander! MEMORIAL ARCH DORNER. FN MA RFI! REPORTS ON A XI ER ICA N S AT FRONT LOSSES. lilt* East Central Education Association adjourned ai noon today alter completing tile program and | the business presented for consideration. I tie leading features of lh** morning st ssion w ere addresses by Drs. Swift cl Washington university and Cunningham of the University of Ok-lahoina. Al the business session the association adopted tin* report of the committer providing for additional de-pa niacins of the organization. rile nominating committee submitted the following names: F. L. Stewart. Okmulgee, president; A. I,. Fenton!, Ada. * ic** president; E. C. Wilson, Ada. scci etnry-treasurer; C. VV. Gethmann. Shawnee, member of the executive committee. The recommendations were adopted. it was agreed unanimously to affiliate with the state association un-der its new organization plan. A vote of thanks was extended to Pres. Cordon for his untiring work for this meeting, the Chamber of Commerce, citizens and all others who had a pan in making the meeting the gratifying success it was. The matter of erecting a memorial gateway to the campus in honor of the soldiers from the normal who gave their lives for then* country was taken up and given the enthusiastic endorsement of the orguniaztion. A committee recommended that the teachers and pubils of the various counties be asked to raise the following amounts, based on the number of students in th** normal from these counties: Pontotoc. $2,250; Pottawatomie, $225; Seminole, $225; Hughes. $300; Garvin. $150; McClain. $130; Ok-tiiskee, $130; Okmulgee, $150; Coal, $21*0; Johnston. $300: Murray. $300. Total $4,500. Th** report was adopted unantbously and various teachers pledge! their full support of the movement to their quotas from beaten paths. The program opened with a concert of thirty minutes by tile combined Cruz and Schreiber orchestras. This was a veritable treat to the audience. Mr*. Susan Fordyce of Shanneo,iengaK,menU against th. was asked to tell something of the limbered 1.3*0.000 men. new plans of the stat** association of which organization she was pres-dent last year and is now a director. She told of the revision of the constitution and how the association in the future will work according to a definite plan and urged th* to give it their support. I To I. (’. W. Briles cave an outline of the vocational work under the national government in which he is now engaged. He explained that the purpose of this is to supplement the state school system and give financial assistance to schools teaching home economics, agriculture and other vocational branches where the work measured up to the standard set by the government. In addition to this Schools are being established in mining and industrial centers where the pupils are given practical instruction ii these lints. By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, March 8. American troop* actually participating in enemy General March an noun cen! today Fasiialty Re|>ort. WASHINGTON, March 8. Battle casualties of the American army in France as shown by revised di-teachers visional records announced by Genie? a1 March totaled 240.19?, These include killed in action, wounded, missing in action and prisoners. The second regular division showed the greatest loss* in the revised list with 24.429. Th** First division conies next with 23.973. The Forty-second, or ’Rainbow' Division,” repotted total battle casualties of 12.252. RIUS CUR legislature did NOT ADJOURN TODAY OKLAHOMA CITY, March 8. The .legislature did not adjourn today as per resolution adopted some days ago. and will probably remain in session another week to afford oppor-portmiity to come to an agreement *>n the road bill and consider other Important measures now' pending. TOTAL AND FOUND GUILTY OKLAHOMA SOLDIERS OL MANSLAUGHTER ARRIVE AL NEW YORK Among .I on es-Ray. the latest marriages By the Associated Press* NEW YORK, March is EMERT IA >YER.\ XI ENT WI I J. COGNIZE SOLDIERS* AND WORKMEN’S I'OUM IL RI By the Associated Press CHICAGO, March S.—J. Norman NEW YORK, March 8.—With forsook was found guilty of manslaught- ty-six officers and 1.000 men of the -    -    I    <>r *n killing of William E. Bradwray, 348th infantry of the 87th division of that of Austin Jones and Miss Tulia middleaged admirer of Norma Cook, Arkansas. Louisiana and Mississippi I o..a S #* ! ROn> °i , i    I *-year-old daughter of defend- national army troops the transport student' of t'hi* iHKine!' ar f in5! ant’ ,ast sunimer; The Jury return- Chicago arrived today from Bordeaux, of th* Normal It - is a wimfe lUn ed d seale<3 verdict, It w'as returned The steamer Plattsburgh also arriv- ‘    ‘by    the jury last night and opened ed from Brest with 2,700 troops. this morning.    _____ who will make good. Th** couple will reside in Tulsa where Mrs. Jones lived prior to her marriage. MWE. MARGUERITE WRIST B\ lh** ,\*mm iiiitnj Pres* Weimar, March 8. Social Democrats who bemail consultation with Uh* German cabinet yesterday relative to the Berlin strike and what guarantees and concessions could br raise offered to the strikers left for Berlin this morning after an alJ night session. The terms decided upon will he laid before strikers today and are said to include recognition of the Boilers’ and workmen’s council by the new government. This looked upon as a most radical step and is known to entente allies do not favor IL Gem tai Strike ailed Off. HERLIN. March 8. The genera! strike in Berlin will be called off to- s night. The Labor Federation at a meeting early today recoin mend cd I that Hie workingmen return to work Saturday. “Fireproof" Orient*.s. Orientals seem to be immune to the fierce heat of the flreroom in ocean steamers, and can endure for a grent length of time temperature that would speedily ^rostrat* white men. CORPORA. HERMAN 80ER Responsibility. If we are not responsible for the thoughts that pas* our doors, we are at least responsible for those we admit and entertain.—Charles IL Newcomb. FISHER alay re BRITISH A AIB ASS A DOR Bv flu* Associated Press LONDON, March 8.- H. A. L. Fisher, minister of education, probably will be appointed the next British ambassador to Washington, according to the Mail. Christ mu Science Services. 11:00 a. rn. ai 111 North Broadway. Subject—Man. We fit fine foot 3-6-3L feet all widths—in Burk’s Style Shop. ELIA EV This is Mme. Marguerite Wrist, whi la seventy-eight years old and of French birth. This old lady has nick* named herself the “Godmother of all American soldiers" and has assumed a motherly attitude toward all Yan* keo boys. whom she loves almost al daarly ae her fallen sons of France. • FRISON ERS NOW IN < OUN TY JAIL The county officers have been pretty busy in the last day or two. A. IL Tucker who lives near Stonewall was arrested on th** charge of forgery. Bob Duncan arrested a negro for the sheriff of Denton, Texas. it i.s not known what the negro is charged with. Night be-] fore last a man entered the smokehouse of Mr. Shockley and stole about on** hundred pounds of meat. One was arrested near Francis charge! with the theft. There are ten cases of felony and one of misdemeanor in the county jail at present, This is unusual as th** number is usually reversed. I schools nm der CENT IN ATTENANUE The following school reported 190 per cent of their teachers in attendance at the East Central Education Association: Coalgate, Cen-trahoma, Clarita. Stratford, Yeager. Hickory, Macomb, Seminole. Considering the inconvenience in railroad routes. Okfuskee county dc-j I st*ryes the banner, fifty-three teachers coming from that county. Corporal Herman Boer was the first American to enter St. Mihiel. Corporal Boer was formerly an engineer at the St. Francis hospital in San Francisco. He is a native of Germany and came to San Francisco from that country 15 years ago. He became a citizen and was well past the draft age when the war broke out. He enlisted and was sent over with the first American volunteer forces to go abroad. Spring Slippers The Season’s Most Popular Styles Dainty Oxfords Ay lh** Associated Press WASHINGTON, March 8.—Demobilization reports published today by General March showed 1,361,528 officers and men discharged to date while the numbered ordered released had reacher 1,613,500. Of those abroad 354,834 troops had landed in the United States from France* up to yester* lay. AT THE PUT Making of Hand Grenades. It has been found thnt. on** pool ammonia will make 20 hand gretj id of ides. A MERI FAN. The Mad Lover is a thrilling six part drama with Robert Warwick in the leading role. It Is a Bathe and one of the best of this popular make. Coining Monday: Pearl White In The Lightning Raiders. WILL RETAIN ARMY Of HALF MILLION A —Soft Black Kid Oxfords with turned soles, with military and covered French heels $5.00 and $9.00. Clever Colonials By tin* Associated Preps WASHINGTON, March 8.—General March announced today that the ■American army would not be reduced under any circumstances below the figure mentioned in the reorganization ‘bill which failed of passage in congress. This figure was 509,909 officers aod men. LIBERTY. • Brand new program this evening by the Princess Maids. The Picture program consists of an installment of The Lure of the Circus, Screen Magazine and the comedy, A Ragtime Romance. Here is where you laugh. A Flax “Hurry-Up.** A machine has brei; invented by a Scotchman that prepares flax for manufacture Within a few hours after It has been pulled from the ground instead of taking days, or even weeks, as usual. —Black Kid Colonial Pumps with beaded buckles, turned soles and covered wood French heels, $7.50 and $9.00. SEE THESE NEW SPRING MODELS The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;

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