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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 305. ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919: TWO 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 Spring-. Snappy styles, good workmanship, fine leath- ers, stand out in every pair. to m to to to iSMOE, Howard Foster Shoes and Oxfords Beacon Shoes and Oxfords WHX BK CALLED TO I'AY WAK IX-UtAGKS. ON OF SWIFT LK ADI 'GOVKUXMENT TROOPS IX COX- KDATUKK. KIXAL MIMUKKS TROTJ. WORKERS WILL BE TODAY. GIVEN PROTECTION. Hv ihr Assui'liiti-il ri-csi. i Thinking and Acting' was the sub- WASI-UNCTON. March ect of a scholarly address before the 'tiled by American citizens and con- East Central Education Association lly Hie li-il Pruss BASEL, Switzerland, March German government troopshave sup- :cerns with the state department 'Friday evening by Dr. Edgar of Wash- !presspd ail armcd revolt at Berlin, ac- jagaiiist Germany and Austria-Hun- iugton University, SI. Louis. Wri-inc- to a from thit citv gary total about the. Tlio milv way children can be made lctndlnfe to a dispatch fioi.i th.it city state department iinnmincud today, to think is to be under thinking jand are now assigned the task of pro- Claims which will run into thousands Too ol'ien mere lazy ideas lecling workmen, who want to return lire divided into classes, those arising are mistaken for thinking while the'to work. A marine division and two from submarine atrocities and those i supposed thinker is only running: detachments of republican guards due to other nets of the central em- in a. rut .following rule of liave been disbanded. pices. humb methods anrt getting nowhere. is too easy to drift along comfort- ably instead of-branching out in'orig- jiual lines. Most of Ihe success of 'groat generals has been due to their daring lo adopt new tactics unexpect- ied by the enemy. Opportunities are al- ways at. hand for those who are reudy 'to use them. Ii is-too-often the 'case that those who will not think themselves will not permit others to a case in point being the ridi- ______ :culc that fell to Prof. Langley who the real inventor of the airplane OKKH'KHS KM'X'I'EP: VLAX and other men who dared to wander MUMOKIAL Alir-H KX- from beaten paths. DOKSHD. The program opened with a con- cert of thirty minutes by the com- tiined Cruz and Schreiber orchestras. The Kast Central liducation As- This was :l soi-uLtion udjuurueil ai noon today Welcome IVacoers and Visitors Make Men's Good Work Shoes STEVENS-WILSON CO. Elu- Associated Press WASHINGTON', March dience. troop's actually participating in the program and1 Mrs. Susan Fordyce of Shawneo. engasfrments against the enemy the busini-ss presented for was asked to tell something of the numbered 1.000.000 men, General !ion "hlns state Association March announced today.. Tho loading features of tho morn- of which organization she was pres- in.u sission were addresses bv Urs. jlenl !uld is a director. Iteport. Swift of Washington university ami Sno toul of the of the con- WASHINGTON, March MAUOr HKPORTS OX TOTAIj A.MIOinOAXS AT FKOXT AND LOSSKS. tlio I'niversiiy of Ok- Cunningham lahnma. At tlio business session ill Mum adopted the report of mil too providing for additional di- iiartiiiviiis in' Hie (irganiKation. conuuiitoe .submit- stitution and how the association in tho future will work according to a casualties of the American army Prance as shown by revised di- Ihe -i-ssoci- delinite plan anil urged the teachers! visional records announced by Gen- to give it their support. oral March totaled 240.137. These I'roi'. W. Hriles gave an outline include killed in action, wounded. of the vocational work under the na-! missing in action and prisoners. tional government in which he is now The second regular division showed DEFEATED BY E PAPER NEW mm mm nu'nstired up to the standard sol by inn NOT executive com in ill oo. The .-iidatious wore adopted. It was agreed unanimously to al- I liliate with tho state association un- schnols nrc dor its now organization plan. j A vote of thanks was extended to Pres. Cordon for his untiring work I for this meeting, the Chamber of i citizens and all others who ____' had a part in making the mooting the gra'.ifyinu succoss it was. Morris, who has been The matter of erecting a mem or-: Your Head- quarters CLOTHES OF STYLE AMD QUALITY FOR EVERY MAN Snappy this season's wear. Suits made to hold their by master tailors and everything that it takes' to make good clothes, are in them. See this wonderful showing. V Schloss Bros., and Other Good Lilies. PHONE 77 SHAW.-. iCstabli.shed in 19Ofl ADA.OKLA. the government. In addition to this 'Stablished in min- AD.IOURN TODAY ing and industrial centers where the! OKLAHOMA CITY, March pupils are given practical instruction [.legislature did not adjourn today n these lines. Tbo Ada normal was defeated Fri-, Rev. C. C. day afternoon by the Durant of the liaptist church in thisjal gateway to the campus in honor ball team by a score of 35-17. The city for nearly four years, except the of the soldiers from the jiormnl who game started with the Ada boys in short time he was serving in the war gave their Jives for their country was the lead but it was not long until'resigned last Sunday night and with j taken up and given tbe enthusiastic the visitors began to pile up their :his wife will leave in a few days to I endorsement of the organiaztion. A score. Thu Duraut cagers showed accept the pastorate of tho First Bap- j committee recommended -ihat the some splendid team work. It was a list church at Ada. Oklahoma. This teachers and pubils of the various hazardous rick to lot the ball get in- is one of the largest congregations in counties be asked to raise the follow- to their territory Hut by loam work the state .and the good people of Ada ing amounts, based .on the number and hard lighting the local lads would'are. to bo congratulated upon socur-1 of students in the normal from these return the ball Into their own terri- ing Rev. Morris as their p.istor. He counties: lory, hut very few chances to.is ono of the best preachers we ever Ponloloc. -50: Pottawalomie. shoot any A harder fought had in Idabel and is a man of sterling Sominole. Hughes, i same will undoubtedly bo played to- worth to any community. He has the C.arviu. McClain. ?130: night fur thti homo boys are thirst-.friendship of the entire town regard-' ing tor having boon beaten loss of his c.hurch or belief. Tin1- very in all their --aiues with the Duraut bost of our people go out to Total Bro. Morris and his excellent wife in was adopted their now homo. He has ln-en of ma- Misiioimrv Societv, It-rial benefit to our town and we can Th- Woman's Missionary Socit-iy say 'lh" People of Ada that of the llroadwiiy Church "of Christ they have carried awiiy one of ourj will meet at the church .Monday aft- best :Mi-Curtain County I erniKm at o'clock. After the usual Gazette. business ineotintr and monthly los- WSTIX I'AliMM j (JKI-'.Y rilAKACTKK J Th- color of the Southwest, the in-i ,-is per resolutitin adopted some days ago, and will probably remain in ses-! sion another week to afford oppor-i portnnity to come to an agreement on the road bill and consider other Important measures now pending. IHT ARRIVE AT HEW YORK Jones-Ray. Am OUR the latest marriages is COYEIIXMKVT AMU, lll-i A.VJ> that of Austin Jones' and Miss Julia Ray. Mr. Jones is the son ol B. F. Jones and wife of Ada and lately a student of the business college ami of the Normal. He is a young man who will make good. The couple will reside in Tulsa i where Jones lived prior lo her ninrriage. tlie Assoi-iatud Press Hy ilie Associated Press CHICAGO, March Norman NEW YORK, March tor- Cook was round guilty of manslaught- (ty-six officers and men ot the er in killing of'William E. Bradway, '34Sth Infantry of the S7th division ot middle aged admirer of Norma. Cook, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi the 17-3'ear-old daughter of defend- national army troops the transport ant, last summer. The jury arrived today from Bordeaux, ed a sealed verdict. It was returned The steamer Plattsburgh also arriv- by the jury last night and from Brest with troops. this morning. fiiskee. Okmulgoo, March S.--Social JDemo- Coal. Johnston. Mur- crats who began consultation with T.ho re- '.ho German cabinet yesterday rela- iinanlbously ant! live to the Berlin strike and what various teachers pledged their full guarantees and concessions could be "Fireproof" OrienMis. Orientals seem to -tie immune to the heat of the tlreroom In ocenn supiiori of the movement lo raisi their quotas. MME. MARGUERITE WRIST steamers, and onn endure for a length of time toinpernture that would speedily prostrotu white men. son .1 social hour will lie enjoyod by thoso Durini; the time a pro- gram will lie renden-d and refresh- ments Mrs. i toxioatinp wino of wido open spares Idanuors of border lifo, and the luro of Wdiniin's b'-auty. Such is the sei'.ing ton, Sec'y. frame it for A. Cnmmlns. 1-15-tf We Can Make It If you have a Photo that, you want Copied or Enlarged, bring It to have every facility for doing (his class of und. kno'.v Stall's Studio PHOXE Bring In that -picture and let me of "Tho l.iuhi of Western Stars." and in it aro Grey's urea test char- fearless and forceful men, courageous and lovable women, j Xane Grey's people aro out-of-door people. They thrive in the wido spaces aloni; the western trails. Sunlight and starlight, the mountain winds and j slinpinf: storms, the far horizons, tbe 'tremendous scale of things, all these have left their mark on Zane Grey's 'people, and of his breathing charac- ters none is more virile than his Gene Stewart which Dustin Farnuiu .vitalizes in "The1 Lipht of Western1 which comes lo American theatre for Tuesday..March 31. under] direction of United Picture Theatres of America. I Plant your pansy bed i Greenhouse. 3-4-t.f Crane's Linen Lawn. Symphony Lawn. Pound Paper, 50c, 75c. Linen and Bond Tablets, lOc, 15c, 20c, 25c. Envelopes, Linen and Bond, lOc, 15c, 20c. One Mark of Refinement is the Proper Use of Elegant Stationery. i _ __ Gv9in Mays Drug Co. Ite.vnll Chocolates offered to the strikers loft for Ber- lin this morning after an :ilJ nighl session. The terms decided upon will be laid before, strikers today and aro sjiid to include rt-cosnition of Uie sol- iers' and workmen's council by tho new government. This is looked up-] on us a most stop ;ind known lo entente allies do uoi favor j it, (.'eneriil Strike iilk-il Otr. HKKLIN, March S.---The general strike in Berlin will be called off to- night. The Labor Federation at a. i meeting early today recommended that, tho woi-ltingmen return to work 1 Saturday. CORPOrTAl, HERMAN 80ER Responsibility. If we -im: not responsible for the thoughts that pass our doors, we are at WL lefist responsible for those we adroit ably will be appointed the next Brit- and B. Newcomb. ambassador lo Washington, ac- KISHKR MAY BE BRITISH AMBASSADOR Uv iho Assoc-intcd Press LONDON, March A. L. minister of education, prob- cordins to the Mail. ii Science Services. I fil your a. m. at 111 North Broad- fine foot. wear. Rurk's Style Shop, 3-fi-3t. PHISCIXKIJS NOW I IX COVXTY JAIL Tho county officers have heon 'prefty busy In the last clay or two. 'A. R. Tucker who lives ne.ar'Stone- wall was arrested on the charge of forgery. Bob Duncan arrested a ne- sro for Ihe sheriff of Denton. Texas. It is not known what the negro is charged with. be- fore last a man entered l.he smoke- house of Mr. Shockley and stole jabotii one hundred pounds of meat.' Amerjcan to enter 'One 'was arrested nei Herman. Boer was the first Women's Spring 'S Thii is Mmc. Murfluente Wrist, v.'ha demeanor in the present, This is county unusual number is usually reversed. SCHOOLS 100 1'KH UBNT following l.V ATTKXAXOI- school reported of ,heiv teachers in Mventy-elflht years old and French 'b'lrth. Thle old lady hae nickJJ named herself the "Godmother of all. The American soldiers" and has 1 f'1 P< -attitude, toward all attendance af the East Central- lid- <_ u i_ Association: Coalgate, Gen- boyr, whom she love, almost al stl.alford Yeager. fallen tont of France. Hickory Macomb. seroinole. Considering 'the Inconvenience in railroad routes, Okfuskee county de- serves the banner, fifty-three teach- ers coming from that county: I-ranciSj goer was formerly an engineer at the St. Francli hotpital in Sani Francitco. He if a native of Germany! and came to San Francisco from country 15 ago. He became a citizen and was well past the draft when the war broke out. He en- listed and sent over with the jail at as the 5y the AssoolutcU WASHINGTON, March 8.- -Demob- lllzation reports published today by General March of-; fleers and men discharged to date- while the numbered.oi'dered- released' had readier Of those; abroad troops'-had landed In the United States from-France up to yesterday. Making of Hand It hns been found that one poufcd of nmmonlu will make 20 hand Rrelides. AI IBE PLAY AMERICAN. The Mad Lover is a thrilling six part drama with Rob'ert1 Warwick In the leading role. It'is a Pathe and one of the best'o'f this popular make. Monday: Pearl White In The Lightning' Raiders. u TilBERTY. Brand new program t.hla evening by the Princess Maids. The Picture program consists1-of. au installment of .The Lure of nhe Circus, Screen Magazine and the A Ragtime American volunteer forces to go< abroad. WILL AETUr Of HALf MM By the Anaoclntod Press WASHINGTON, March al March announced today that the .American army would hot be re- duced under "any circumstances be- low the figure mentioned in the re- organization1-bill which failed of passage in congress.' This figure officers'acd men. A Flax "Hurry-Up." A machine has beer; invented by a Scotchman thhV prepares flax for manufacture a'few hours after Romance, Here is whore you luugh, as usual. It hns been pulled from the ground In- stead, of taking days, or 'even weeks, The Season's Most Popular Styles Dainty Oxfords Black Kid Oxfords with turned soles, with military and covered French heels, and Clevef Colonials Kid Colonial Pumps with beaded buckles, turned soles and covered wood French heels, and SEE THESE NEW SPRING MODELS The Surprise Siore Litablished 1S03 ,115-117 West Main St. Phone-W   

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