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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 32 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Welcome Athletes and Visitors Easter Clothes for Men and Women Everybody will want to dress-up. This year we feel that Easter is bringing a new birth to the world; time honored institutions and traditions have gone; new ideals of democracy have come. This same spirit has been carried over into clothes buying; it shows in the desire for new styles., fresh something finer and better than usual. These are the kind of clothes you'll find here, for both men and styles, a variety to choose ones and good values. WE- KKXTRM AND S1AL- UMIY OK WIN TKK- MS POl'liLES. hE I'HONB STRIHK. IJTUKAJIY AA'D MUSICAL X UMBERS, HENRYEPTA, TISHOMINGO AND OTH- ERS WIN MIRSTS. llv I 11 was exhibited iu all i is ut the N ......____ sulphur had imivd iiuir i rum tut- uasebal) 1 i- i-.iiuy uy a score 01 IV. to ana! nad eliminated i this distance. uy ii score ot IA to J, Trvtnjr to Settle' Strike. MCiurs met tins morning tot HOSTOx -jfl. __ Assistant i.yiu H uui. n WAS a good i uui oi scnuui bail. Hold- uu- s jiufiii-i1 uud me tne cpposmg out I tit Sul- uuva iilaveu uelnnd their ulau uitinii (j. inuKiL] iium score was 1 to HOiaonvillP the winner M-i-ies aiiu ttie possessor of .iiivvr UiviiiK cup. t'MHK PARIS, April WH-] The Normal auditorium was fill- this morning cabled' .Secretary, to its utmost capacity last even- declining to comply with the! jug with contestants .teachers and he had received from New '-visitors lo hear the literary pro- ;land governors to intervene in gram 0( the Annual Track Meet, telephone strike in New England.; expected to be the great- president said he felt he could j gst meet cver heid in Ada and has not been a disappointment so far, Inasmuch as the applauds which roce from the audience were sym- bolic expressions of the apprecia- tion of the excellent numbers rend- ered by the participants. Each contestant is to be com- mended individually for the excel- Postmaster General Koons, chairman of the wire control board, told strik- ers' representatives today that he saw no reason why Hie strike could not be (willed within a few hours. He ficulty. STEVENS -WILSON CO. in llie Sirls' DaSkeioall, Stonewall j was 1'inum.ued many aiternoon by tfmpuur. io to vvtwoKa dei'eat- eu 12 to 17. In Liie un- ulo mis mornins; Sulphur deteateU u ewoka by a score of 23 to 13. Tho tinal game was brilliantly' played. eulpl.ur and uad I'unn.1 down dvtrnnined 10 carry Duck itit; silver loving cup. The vic- tors realized lUai mey downed wor-i ihv antagonists. IXXMMISSIONEB ---__ Tennis I OWSBRSHI1 Ttiose who have followed thu ten-f AND CONTROL. els from year to year insist the class 01 this year is dis- tinctly superior to that ever lh, here before in the meets. Both sin-I OKIjAHOMA CITY, April gles ruul roubles wore of a high or L W Ul ft, OlAlliG LIITT fcivj I itors alike pronounced this the best literary program that has yet been rendered from the E. C. S. N. plat- form at any Track Meet. Ada carried off high honors, win- nine the most points of any partici- pating High school. Henryetta has a strong represen- tation here this time and made Ada fight hard for the final victory in the lilerary events. The entries in the finals were aa follows: was the only Hlgn OPPOSED TO Tniius Singles. Declaring in a letter to Governor Robertson that in his opinion "the In the preliminary Friday after-1 at thjf time is to combat ____ie agitation for government ownership and trol o'' nil public W. D. Humphrey of Noiawta. Okla., chair-. of the State Corporation Coim mission today resigned his otflce. flovernor Robertson gave no in- lirnaiion whether -he would accept i he ivsignaiion immediately or ask Humphrey? continue in office indefi- nitely. IOWA mm mm SUFFRAGE AVIATORS FALL INIO BUT ARE SAVED Athletic Days emembered in pho- Oui work is as fine as skill can produce. Wh> not liavt- oiif rnatlc Stall's Studio PHONE 11; i i'rt-ss U.MKRICK. Knglancl, April Maj .1 0 I'. Wood, the British avia- iior who left East Church, England. yesterday to fly to this city, fell into ihf Irisii Sea last night. Major Wood and navigator, C. C. Wylle, uninjured. The accident oc- irurred. near Holyhead, to which place i i Major Wood went for assistance. Another Aviator Tjinds Safely. LONDON, April wns re- ported here this morning that Lan- l caster Parker, the aviator who flew Croin East Church yesterday soon alter Major Wood started, and who i had not been heard from overnight.. 'landed safely. lA-iK-iuliiblc BiKtury S e r v i c...... i Prompt and Kfficient. ADA BAT- ITKKY CO.. at Fleei Cooper Garage. servtce one can render the ry Friday allt'r' ountry at this time is nuou, Aluer of Davis defeated "this insan baraes of Wapanucka, G-2, 7-5. v; Jackson of Henryetia df iente.d Christian u[ G-l, 6-u. Burrow of Wetumka defeated TricX 01 Uuif, 6-U, 6-1. Kemem of Ada defeated Overton of Sulphur. 6-0. 6-0. In Hie semi-Iinals, Jacksou of Henryetta defeated Alder of Davis, 6-1, S-1U, 7-5. Burrow of Wetumka I defeated Ventem of Acln 4-6, 6-2, j 6-2. i In the Duals this morning Burrow oC Wetumka defeated Jackson of Henrye.ua 6-1. 4-6, 6-1, 7-5, making lint-row tennis champion in singles. Tennis Doubles. I In i he preliminaries Friday after-; i noon. Overtoil and Sulphur defeated Busey and Bailey1, of Holdenville, default. Fontem and Mallory of Ada de- feated Adler and Bird of Davis, de- fault. Christian and Christian of e- woka defeated Trick and Merrilt of lioff. 6-2. Jackson and Foreman of Heury- eiia defeated Overton and of Sulphur, B-S. 6-2. Burrow and Thompson of Wetum- ka defeated Barnes and Wallace of Wapanuc.ka, default. In the semi-finals, Feu tern and Mallory or Ada defeated Christian and Christian of Wewoka, 6-0, 7-5. Burrow r.nd Thompson of Wetum- defeated Jackson and Foreman of Henryetia. -1-6, 7-C. fi-4. In the finals this morning 1-en- tem and Mallory of Ada defeated school to enter boys' Glee Club and Violin Quartet and ot course these i were points in their favor, i Tishomingo, Coalgatc and Fran- cis entered High school girl chor- j uses in two-part music, Tishomingo I winning first place. Ada. Coalgate, Henryetta, "PurceU and Wewoka were chorus contest- ants in three-part music, Ada taK- iiig first place. Piano were Misses Edith Chapman Of Ada and Mary Allen of Ohmulgee, the. former be- ing awarded the medal. Reading contestants were Misses Ruth Gibson of-.Ada, and Christine Plumnipr of Henryetta, Muss Rutfi Gibson being awarded first place. Declaration contestants! were Louis of Tishajxungo and Gilbert Teupke of Okmulgee, the Tishomingo being awarded first place. The judges for ttie literary events were Miss Bowman of Tulsa, she be- in- tlie only judge for the choruses Miss Bennett of Chickash.i judged the piano contests. WRLCOMK VISITORS EASTER SUITS for Men and Boys READY FOR THE LAST MINUTE RUSH Where value reigns supreme and a fit assured. You will find our line of suits the latest snappy models for this season of the latest materials. Suits for men of all ages and styles to become every individual. Su- perior in tailoring and 'distinctiveness that cannot be questioned. MEN'S SUITS to S39.50 BOYS''SUITS to Easter Furnishings for Men SHIRTS TIES HATS HATS See Our Easter Display r PHOHf 77 S.M.SHAW. PBOP. in ADA.OKI.A. IU 1 Assiu'latcrt I'lTSS U1CS MOIN'ES. April suffrage scored a victory by pass- ing the House Uurlnt; the closing bonrs ol" the legislature today, Riv- the women presidential suf-! frai-.e. It hnd already passed thf KOR IlItlMCS IX SECRETARY OF IN CO. COURT STATE VOCATIONAL BOAJtD Friday afternoon Lute Jenkins j was found morning Ed Price, been elected president of the Okla- was tried on a similar charge and j honia Military the jury assessed a fine'Of and more, an prjies eosts- nao "been in, ih" work Fine shoe fitting a unde, direction of ilie board f-r  the Job I Kwfll be Your Final Rocoi-4 (HIT READY Wt IT FI. SILL MAKES HEW By tin1 Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY, April Driving a De Haviland biplane equipped with Liberty motor, Lieut. T S K. Reed, accompanied by Lieut, J. W. Jamison, made the sev- enty-two airline miles between. Post Field and Oklahoma City today in twenty minutes flat, leaving Post Field'at and arriving at Okla- homa City at The previous record was held o> .Lieut. Robert Balcer who made the flight in 24. minutes. Follow the crowd to Sunday school in First Baptist church next Sunday. 4-18-2t From Georgettes and Crepe de Chines that are the very pink of fashion- fresh as a May day in the morning. There is variety allowing a freedom of scope in choosing seldom found at these prices. As a matter of fact.thero, are no two alike. You will find them especially appropriate for the Easter Promenade. SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS the Surprise Store .Established 1903 ,115-117 West Main Sf.. Phone 117   

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