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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 VOLUME XVI.  NUMBER 22  ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, APRIL 8.- 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Beautiful  Fab  ncs  /<  or  D  aster  resses  To iht* woman who fine assort melt of Silks •trout; appeal.  has  and  he i Drest*? ('Olton Fa  made I cs '  up  SU  at \u o to  me, our make a  I  E  TltYIMl TO K\PWIlTt; AGREE-MKXT t>N VK.VK® giKKTIOXK KEHlliK UDN KKD KACK.  IU tlu* AMHirMttd Pres*  PARIS, April 8 The council ol four met this morning at the residence tit Premier Lloyd George. President Wilson was unable to attend. but hoped to be present at the meeting this afternoon at the Paris White House. Overnight tension in the peace conference circles had not been dispelled when the council of four met today. It was felt, however, that today would serve to clear the atmosphere. The first quest ion taken up at this morning’s session was the method of procedure In an effort to accelerate the work of the council* It was planned to devote this afternoon to considering the responsibility for the war, the question of a tribunal to try the former; emperor of Germany, former crown prince aud others.  ms nim ii  SAIL FRIDAY  HAILI N<> OK GEORGE WASH IM;. TOW SKT TWO DAYS AH KAD OF SCHEDULE.  SO VI KT GOV KH NM KAT KA I ALV KATS DISAGREE ON GDV KR.\-MKNT POLICY.  IU til** AftsociatfU I'rtis  WASHINGTON, April 8.—In an-| nnqncing today that presidential transport, George Washington, would sail from New York for France Friday instead of Monday, the date originally fixed for her de  lly tie* AiMKH'iated Press  BERLIN via. Copenhagen, April 8.1 — Dissensions already have occurred among the founders of the Soviet government in Bavaria, the newspaper Achtuhr Blatt today says, and an i , intensified state of siege has been de-I part urn Assistant Secretary Qf Navy j cl ared in Munich. Communists in the! Roosevelt disclosed that the change had been made in the sailing time as a result of a cablegram yesterday from Admiral Benson at Paris inquiring when the ship would sail.  Turning Point Reached.  PARIS, April $. The peace conference has apparently reached the turning point befweeu definite and speedy results and further prolonged delay. The indications today were toward action, but new doubts began to appear as to whether thei desired results cjould be aecom-1 plished within a fortnight, us Pre-} mier Lloyd George and Colonel;  House have predicted.  Bavarian capital have decided they will not collaborate with majority Socialists. They have emanded the removal of the latter from the new government which they desire to consist of Independent officials and Com-m antis it.  HENRY FORD MAY RE TO  Y  SILK FOULARDS  this  per  season va rd _  Priced  Beautiful patterns on dark and light grounds, especially in favor  $2.25    $2.75  GEORGETTE  minted georgette, ai  Fine assortment us exquisite  ot  plain colors as well  $1.75  T " $2.50  COTTON GOODS  colors. Per  Voiles. Tissues wildering array  a be ‘tripe  and plain • a rd ___  Fine  trimmings.  Organdies, in ot plaids, i  50c  T0  $1.00  sort mein o:    Laces.    Buttons.    Beads    and    Braid    J    or  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  S, JOHNSTON PAVING GOOD START MADE IN  E  The city commissioners opened ?  bids for the paving oil South Johnston this afternoon and under the tei ins of the charter laid them on  ;  the table for two days before awarding the contract. Two bids were received. Earl Yates and F. M. Galla-j more of Ada made a bid that wras estimated to total $27,370 and the Ardmore Construction Co. made one totaling $28,407.50. The bids were very close together, the first named j being $2.50 per square yard of con-, crete paving and the other $2.49, but there was quite a difference in; other items of the work.  E  Tile home nursing course under the direction of Vilas Anderson w r us opened Monday and an excellent start made. The enrollment is as large as could have been expected and Miss Anderson is well pleased with the intercut manifested.  By the Associated Press  BUDAPEST, April 8.- It is pos-i sible that Henry Ford of Detroit! will be invited here to help or-j ganize factories along the lines fol-| lowed in his automobile plants in* American cities.  and  good  NOTICE WATER  LEAGUE COVENANT  CONSUMERS DRAFT COMPLETED  Your water rent for March is now* due and becomes delinquent after the Idth inst.  Service w ill be discontinued on the lith and it will positively cost $1.00 .* have th* 1  water turned on.  P. H. DEAL. 4-7-4i    Com.    Pub.    Works.  IU IL*- A"ih iStt-d Press  PARIS. April 8. The drafting committee of the league of nations has now completed its work. The covenant as reused contains twenty-seven articles. A full meeting of the league of nations committee will be held tomorrow' to consider the draft and covenant.  Not ice  All parties  to the Public.  are forbidden  5  to en  ter the grounds of the Fait Association north of Ada without a written order trout the manager. This apiies to everybody. So take notice and avoid prosecution for trespassing.  PONTOTOC COUNTY FAIR AND BREEDERS. ASSOCIATION. O. N Walker, Manager. 4-7-ktd-ltw.  Let a Want Ad get it for you  A  at:v» int*! ry P  the  grat:  ( mi*) Recital.  ill bouse and a very ..ppteci-inilience were the expansions Of st l,.r-t evening when Miss Cur-ated her pupils in recital at ii st Baptist churel!. The pro-vx.is very much enjoyed and  Making Faces  That's what we do for a living We can make prettier the prettiest and make pretty the bn rn I lest.  Phone an appointment.  Stall’s Studio  PHONE 84  both teach* r and pupils are to be commend* d. The hingers manifested won-de till control of their voice*, rendering sons * very difficult and ela'ssi-cj ! numbers with ease and purity of die!ion. Some of the springtime ditties were sung with such blithesome gayety that one was reminded again rha’ sluing is in the woods and in f h** heat ts of all.  Notice Royal Arch Masons.  Ada Chapter No. 26 and Ada Council No. IO will meet in regular session to night at 8 o’clock. Work in Royal and Select Master’s degrees.  F. C. Sims, Recorder.  ' Earliest of All” Tomato plants now ready. As name indicates they• are absolutely ahead of any on 1  market. For early tomatoes see B. I F. Stegall, one block northwest of Frisco depot.    4-7-6L  DRINK  -  ^    —    — o a —  Pure Juice, cf ffie vt  oganberrym  WILSON.  Coin Is coming up nicely farmers say the prospect for a stand is flattering.  Frank Coley and Ab Robertson went to Ada Saturday.  Tile teachers took the scbool on an outing Tuesday afternoon. They spelli the afternoon picnicking, kodak!; g and swinging on the big sw ing near Pickett. All enjoyed themselves very much.  Grandma Rich, who has been visiting the J. J. Golden home returned to her home near Lightning Ride* Sunday.  Mrs. Bessie Gibson spent the week with Miss Thena Goodpasture near  Pickett.  There was singing at W. T. Sorrell's Sunday Bight,  E. A Golden of Pickett visited his brother J. J. Golden Wednesday.  L. I). Brandon sold a rim bunch of hogs Monday.  Mrs. R. L. Haggard is qi ite iii not being able to leave he! room, also Mn Trailer is sick.  Miss Myrtle Smith will spend the week-end with home folks.  Mrs. M. L. Masters was shopping ai Yanoss Saturday’.  M. L. Masters did business ar Ada Fat a rd ay.  J. J. Golden and G. H. Priest went t • Ada Saturd;’v.  Bob Young and Mr. McCain went to Ada Saturday.    BELL.  I MON VALLEY NEWS.  Clops are looking fine, although th** green hugs are reported eating on the wheat and oats iii some* parts.  Jim Townsend has the mumps.  Mrs. Will Dillard is on the sick list.  Mrs, Frank Steven’s mother from Maysville is visiting her.  Mrs. Brown of Ada spent the! week end with her daughter, Mrs. B. J. Lowrey.  Saturday night the high school; gave an entertainment for the re-, i turned soldiers of this community,! The people of the community also gave a supper at the school home. It was well attended and everyone reported a nice time, especially the soldiers and sailors.  Mesdames Falter and Murphy visited Mrs. Cathey Friday.  Floyd Dyer and folks of Ahloso i were in this community Sunday.  Frank Stevens and family visaed ! relatives at Francis Sunday.  Otis Hoggart was the guest of Earl Boatman Saturday.  Rosa Zahner and Kensy Sparks went to Ada Sunday.  Sunday* School every Sunday. Everyone is invited to come and take part.  HUCKLEBERRY F^NN.  HANDFUL OF’ SPA RT ACA NS TERRORIZED HTY OF BREMEN  Br th** Associated Pre***  BERNE, April 8. -An inquiry con-, dueled at Bremen has revealed the fact that the Spartcus-Bolshevik ^roup in that city numbered between 7 00 and 800 men. writes a Berlin • correspondent. Ti!is comparatively insignificant number of armed desperadoes were able to dictate their w ill to u population of several hundred thousand and lo maintain a I ie.ga ot terror for .several weeks before troops sent (rom Berlin liberated the uhabiiants from their tyranny.  CANADIANS OPPOSE  DAYLIGHT TIME SAVING  WINNIPEG, Man., April 8.—Despite strong pressure from Western farmers which is said caused defeat of the federal “more daylight” bill, a new movement has been started for reconsideration of the measure by parliament.  Eastern business houses, railroad men, commercial organizations and city officials are urging the house of commons to re-enact at once the! bill of last year. Several important ;  eastern cities have threatened to push the clocks ahead an hour re-’ gardless of parliamentary action.  ••We don't want to go to bed in broad daylight,” has been the lead-] ing argument of farmers from Man-! itoba to the coast. In these northern regions last year, dusk did not come until after IO p. rn. Farmers j declared it wks impossible to get I their households in slumberland un-j til 10:3fi o’clock or later and be-! cause of early hours for arising, sufficient sleep was impossible.  £  Now On Display!  Properly Draped and Well-Made Dresses  Every woman knows the difficulty in making a good fitting dress, that hangs gracefully—and looks finished and smart.  And they would thoroughly appreciate the beautiful, effective styles we are showing.  The season’s popular materials are shown in colors and trimming combinations of embroidery, tucks and frills are most effectively used.  $34.50  T0  $49.50  Visit our Ready-to-Wear Department and make your selection before our stocks are broken up.  Up-to-date Millinery—the latest creations in Hats for every occasion.  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHOM 77  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  LMstiliMlied la ll  ADA, OKLA.  Bs  Arrest Office**.  the Asaociuu* Pre**  COPENHAIGBX, April 8.- Herr L&ndcrberg, minister of justice iii the national German government, was ar- j rented yesterday at Magdeburg, cap-; ital of Prussian Saxony, by mem- i hers of the regiments stationed there. General Von Kleist. commanding the fourth army was also arrested to-1 gefher with his staff.  COPENHAGEN, April 8. Demonstration* have occurred in Munich against the new revolutionary government of Bavaria, according to Berlin advices today. The demonstrators were dispersed by troops, th** dispatches add.  Al THE PLAY HOUSES  Ll BERTY,  'T he Bobby Greer Musical Comedy Co. will give an entirely new program this evening. The picture program presents Win. S. Hail in the drama. The Desert Man, one of Hart's best features.  AMERICAN.  Creak in Stairs is one of the most thrilling and exciting dramas ever staged Every minute filled with intense intense This one Rupert Ju-masterpiece and the beautiful MacLaren plays the leading  Ban's  Mary  role.  Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Lease. State of Oklahoma,  Pontotoc County—ss.  IN THE COUNTY COURT. Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an order of the County! Court of Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, made and entered on the 5th day of April. 1919. the under-j signed guardian will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the, highest and best bidder an oil and gas mining lease on the 17th day of April. 1919, at IO o’clock A. M., the following described lands situated in Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit:  Northwest quarter of northeast quarter of northeast quarter, and east half of northwest quarter of northeast quarter; and east half of southwest quarter of northwest! quarter of northeast quarter; and • south half of northeast quarter ol I section 15, township 3 north, range 7 east, and the northwest quarter of section IS. township 3 north,! I range 8 east.  Said oil and gas lease will be sold on the following terms and I I conditions, to-wit; Cash in hand  !  upon confirmation of said sale by I the court and delivery of lease.  - Said sale to be held iii the Counity Court.Room of Pontotoc County,  I Oklahoma, at the time above stated. Dated this 5th day of April, 1919.  LOUIE BROWN. Guardian. 4-8-6td.  FRANK WOOLWORTH OIEN AT CLEHCOE  By tin Associated Press  NEW YORK. April 8.- Frank VV. Woolworth, who started a 5 and 10-cent store at Utica, New York, forty years ago on a capital of $50 and eventually became the millionaire proprietor of a chain of 860 stores in the United States. Canada and England, died suddenly at his home at Glencove, Long Island, early today.  Born on a farm at Rodman. Jefferson county, New York, April 13. 1 852, he worked there until 21 years of age. He married on a grocer clerk’s salary of $8.50 weekly. His business was incorporated recently for $65,000,000.  HEAVY CROP OE WINTER WHEAT  Bl ’h<* Asxot-iatfd Press  WASHINGTON, April 8.—Winter wheat production "this year was forecast at 837.000.000 bushels by the Department of Agriculture today, btsYng its estimate on the condition of th* crop April I which was 99.8 percent cf normal.  This year's winter wheat crop, if no unfavorable conditions develop between now and time of harvest, will be 152,000,000 bushels larger than the previous record crop produced in 1914 aud 24 8,000,000 bushels more than was grown last year.  See me before equipping your car. Try Racine tires.—Ford Service Station 229-231 East Main. 3-12-lum  Notice.  Positively no pasturing and no staking g*011 nd this year.*—Mrs. Dan Hays.    4-7-2t  A “system regulator” is a medicine that purifies and strengthens the liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. Prickley Ash Bitters is one the best of these. It drives out unhealthy conditions. promotes activity of body aud brain, restores good appetite, sound sleep and cheerful spirits.  Gwin & Mays Drug Co, Special Agents. Price $1.00 per Bottle.  • I J  rn  Out of the Golden West comes nature’s answer to thirst. It is PHEZ—the rich,  ruby red juice of the piquant loganberry. To make a delightful drink, always add two parts of water. You really quench thirst with PHEZ.  GWIN & MAYS  DRUG (JO.    13  FLIGHT ACROSS SEA  TO BEGIN APRIL Hi  By the Annodated Freak  LONDON, April 8.—The airplane of the Shortt Bros., one of the entries for the £10,000 race across the Atlantic, will start from Ireland for Newfoundland on April 16, weather permitting. The airplane is expected to make the journey in twenty hours.  Creatures That Weep,  Among the creatures that weep moat easily are the ruminants. All hunters know that the stag weeps, and It la Assorted that the bear sheds tears when severely wounded. The giraffe Is not loss sensitive and regards with tenrful eyes the hunter who baa wounded It.  IL H. Mason, the first cashier of the M. & P. Bank of Ada, Is in the city. He now lives in Ardmore and is engaged in the paving buenos®. His company is bidding for the paving on ’ South Johnston.  THE CHEERFUL CHERUB  Tkese critic* wko write certie tkirvqs  About ike st'Mfe ojncI Mick  Just wit enjoy tke tkmgs we ctjN —  Poar men,  tkey know too  mJck!  Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general “no account” feeling It a sure sign of a torpid liver. BERDINE is the medicine needed. It makes the liver active, vitalizes the blood, regulates the ^bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith.  Benton's Blight Remedy for sale at Gwin A Mays Drug Store. Guaranteed.  2-27-2mo*  FLY EK NEEDS STEADY  NERVOUS SYSTEM  By the Associated Pre*#  DALLAS. April S.- Safely in airplane flying hinges more upon a perfect nervous system than any other single element, according to experts who attended the congress of America.* Flight surgeons here. Good nerves are more essential than mere physical strength and muscular development they declared.  Pot this reason, mental condition Of fliers was watched at American I training camps even more closely j than their physical condition.  Major J. O. McReynolds of the, United States Air service in discuss-) ing the importance of careful mental analysis, emphasized the necessity of complete confidence between fliers and surgeons. On one occasion, a cadet came to him and told of worrying because he had not heard from his sweetheart for several days.  “That man was nervous and worried and not fit to fly,” said McReynolds. By keeping him out of the air until his mind was at rest I am confident I not only saved his life but saved the government the loss of a valuable airship.”    *  Figures presented placed the minimum cost of a fatal airplane accident at $50,000. Nearly every flier carries the maximum $10,000 insurance, the machine costs between $12,000 and $20,000, and the remainder of§the sum represents the government’s Investment In training the aviator.  BRAZIL AND GREAT BRITAIN SIGN ARBITRATION TREATY  By the Associated Presa  WASHINGTON, April 8.—Advices from Rio Janeiro to the State department today report that an arbitration treaty similar to the arbitration treaties of the United States with many nations has been signed by Brazil and Great Britain.  M  oes  en s Low SH  for Easter  —Many new ones for this season.  —Staples, too.  —See window.  Stacy Adams and Ralstons  —Black and Browns, Kid and Kangeroo.  —The lasts show the latest changes.  —Fresh new half hose in popular colors.  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-ll 7 Wesf Main St.  Phone 7   

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