Ada Evening News, April 12, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ming VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 2<> ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY A Monument Worth WU e The citizens of Ada are # asked to help erect a Memorial Gateway at the Normal. Aside from the fact that this will be a monument to the boys of E. C. S. N. who fought our battles, it will be a source of pride for all our citizens. The teachers of the entire district are donating money for this monument. Should we. as citizens of Ada. do less? They fought for us; we'll honor them. STEVENS-WILSON CO. President Gordon Pleased With Outlook. Professor MacMillan Gives Some Facts. in- of HOW GERMAN SHIPS Will BE BIVIDEO By t br- Amhh :at< U Tress PARIS. April 12.- The supreme council has announced an agreement between the associated governments that enemy tonnage, both that required before and since the armistice, would be divided among these governments according to their ability to bring the ships into speedy use and in case of passenger ships according to their relative needs. This arrangement will not prejudice th*1 ultimate disposition of the vessels under the terms of the p**acc treaty. See me before equipping your car. Try Racine tires.- Ford Service Station 229-231 East Main 3-12-lmo WB GEIS President J. M. Gordon returned from Oklahoma City last night where he vent to look after matter:- concerning the Normal School. Sir Gordon went to the Secretary of State’s office and looked over the tolls that were passed having to do with East Central. He expressed himself as very much pie axed with the situation. The en-tire appropriation for the Normal j School at this time ;i mounts to ! $240,534.60. Taking out the $100,-! WHI for the new building leaves : $140 534.50 for the two years idling June 30. 1921. This is an I crease ot $25,386.50 over thai the last legislature. I Sir. Gordon conferred with the , State Board of Public Affairs relaid ve to certain improvements for '.the president’s home and' th** rear- ! ranging of the latrine for a bathhouse and dressing room for tho gymnasium. He aint) discussed in-.formally plans Tor the new buiW- * lug. State Architect H. A. "Valour • will be in Ada Monday to go dyer i the situation w ith President Gor-Idon. There is considerable enthusiasm in tin school over the building of 11lie memorial gateway, the con ■ struction of the new building, and other improvements. It is hoped that tile gateway can be dedicated ' WMH tim** in the early part c f the sui*thef term and ground broken at ’the same time for the building. to view As citaens we should meet th*' new world frankly. No instifution met the war conditions more faithfully or contributed more, accordingly, to final victory than East Central. If you doubt the statement, ask any young man from East Central who saw service, and I am sure he will GLADLY tell you hts old school was faithful to her duty. Those young men have a right to expect, and do expect, that their deeds, and their sacrifices, receive recognition. They wish to nee some monument to their deeds-—fittingly transmitting to posterity a remembrance of their fidelitv tn flag and country. As men we should satisfy that sentiment. I believe every person in Ada will want to contribute to this fund and I brieve without question that we will raise the amount very’ easily E A. MacMILLAN Opportunity The people of Ada have an opportunity to help their town and pay a tribute to the students of the Normal who went to war. We will not look upon this as a duty, but as an obligation. Six of these will not come back. Let us preserve their memory not only in our hearts, but on stone. Help erect the Memorial Gateway at the Normal. \ JffiaiviL DEPARTMENT STORE PHO** n S.M. SHAW, MOP. Established tai IMI AOA, OML A. ii The mu ria I lug lo i school interest manifest in Hie Me* Gateway is extremely gratify* the friends of the Normal Hut why should hoi we be PLAGE SKIN tv INFLUENCE GOMM ISELIN >I?TS IIH A FT OF It EG FIXATIONS. Making Faces That's what we do for a living We can make prettier the pi niest and make pretty the homlieat. Phone an appointment, Stairs Studio PII ONE 84 By th** A sparta tad Tress PARIS, April 12. The report of the commission on international labor legislation, containing a draft of th** convention creating a permanent organization for promoting international regulation of labor1 renditions a recommendation for an international labor conference and detailed labor terms to be inserted in the peace treaty was presented this afternoon at a plenary session, of the peace conference. The report aims to provide against lowering ot j labor conditions by permilFng fierce j competition after the war aud a permanent international labor bu-1 reau to be established at the seat j of the league of nations as part of] the league to collect and distribute; information on the adjustment of conditions. MASONS, NI ITIGE. Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. A* A. \1., meets in regular lommunication promptly at 8 o’clock tonight.- Miles C. Grigsby, W. M. Let a Want Ad get it for you. OUR MEMORIAL GATEWAY We consider it a rare opportunity to have a part in the erection of the Memorial Gateway at the Normal. Had the authorities not given us this opportunity we should have felt badly. Grtin 6-    Mays Drug Go. in ten's ted * Some of our own Porno-1 t.e county boys made the supreme; >.u*r.nee giving to Hie school an hon-; oi and a luster that nothing else in the v oil ii could give ii. The others,* bom ’ hose who fought aud those who were denied this privilege, gave their | service generously and nobly. And w’e want a rittiug memorial in honor of them liui I was lo discuss the raisin)- of our part of the Hinds. To repeat something that has been said before, all the eleven counties of tin* East Central district have a part in the raising of the funds. Each has its committee. County Superintendent A. Floyd is chairman of the com-mitiee for this county and Supt. J. E. Hickman is the member for tho city cl Ada. These mea are laying their plans aud will be members of the committees that canvass for Hinds To he sure, the writer is cooperating most heartily with these men and will assist in every way possible. As lo the rest, you will situps b* gjvtn an opportunity to express in cash something of . the appreciation you feel for the splendid work of oui boys and of the interest you tiave in perpetuating, in a beautiful way, their matchless deeds. The amount for Ada and Pontotoc county is $2,250; the time for the canvass .Beginning at 9 o’clock Tuesday morning. Make checks payable to J. M. Gordon, presider and mark them “Memorial Gateway.’’ They wil Ithen be endorsed over to P. A. Norris, treasurer. An auditing committee composed of M. R. Chilcutt, C. C. Handel, and C. Ii. Rives, will guarantee a careful expenditure of the funds. Let me fake this opportunity to thank heartily the firms who so generously contributed their advertising space in today’s News. Read all these ads carefully as well as the one contributed by the Normal school faculty Then "over the top” Tuesday. J. M. GORDON. MONICO*:    IHM    HTR!    NE    IK    ICE*    TOG NI/. El I RY I NIM MISSION .AT El NAI. SESSIONS. H> th** A*«»*rlitH Press PARIS. April 12. With the sin gle exception of the adoption of j the amendment specifically exempting the Monroe Doctrine from the operation of the covenant, no vital change was made in the provisions of Hie league of nations covenant by tin* commistion iu ifs final ses-j aiolis Thursday and Friday nights. I Both the J a pa ties** and French amendments were rejected. Last night’s meeting marked the conclusion of the consideration of the league covenant. PUCE TREATY ALMOST READY ’Hest of boundaries Monday and Will j summon the herman delegates to ’ Versailles in course of next week to -have the treaty submitted to them, according to Le Journal. By the Associated Presa PARIS. April 12.—The four, having agreed on tai lh of the peace treaty, nish the examination of Dependable Battery Service* Prompt and Efficient. ADA BAT-) TERY CO., at Fleet Cooper Garage. I 4-10-91. council of-- other de- Try Mrs. Land’s home-mane ice will fur-; cream. It is rich, pure and delightful, the ques-! 4-ll-2t WAS II IRK OF IN SF BORDIN ATK SGI. DI FUS ASKED yFFSTIONS M «,<,! >PM» BY ENEMY. Br th** Associated Tress WASHINGTON, April 12.--Company I of the 339th infantry was identified today by General March as the unit which recently refused to return to the front line In the Archangel sector. A supplementary report said it was worthy of note that the questions the men put to their officers were identical “with questions which the Bolshevik! propaganda advised that they put to them.” General March did not indicate what the latest reports showed as to the present state of discipline among the American force. .Arch. Tile Mein*‘rial To the Editor. President Gordon’s appeal for funds to erect, at the entrance to the Normal grounds, a fitting memorial to the 400 young men who received, in part at least .their education at our state institution, should meet with the enthusiastic support of every lover of Ada and her great school. The beautification of those grounds is an investment for every property owner in the city. It makes the environments of the pupils more attractive, broadens their education and I culturally speaking, food for their growing minds. True it is, the war Is over, and many of those who played such a splendid part are again with us. New ideas, however, are crowding fast upon us, and the we J of yesterday has cone and a new ,*«4lon comes in- 1.1. SIMPSON Will E R. W. Simpson has agreed to act as chairman of the Victory Loan drive in Pontotoc county. This will be a trying place to fill at this time, but Mr. Simpson was prevailed upon to carry it through. The quota for this county has not been announced. Mr. Simpson has appointed Luther garrison chairman of the speakers’ bureau and W. I). Little chairman of the publicity committee. Some people have luck —• others have Kelly-Springfield Tires. The trouble with luck—you can’t depend on it. Fleet Cooper. Service First. 4-10-9F HELP Honor The Boys Who fought for us in the fields of France. The East Central Normal, the pride of Ada. is asking you to donate a few cents or a few dollars to erect a monument to those who went to war. The Memorial Gateway will be a fitting memorial and at the same time it will be a source of pride for all residents of Ada. Let’s donate plentifully. The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 IVesf Main St. Phone 117 Av if if WR ft ti; IV ;

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