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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he gtoa Cbenmg  VOLUME XVI.  NUMBER ;!2  ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Welcome  Athletes  and  Visitors  Easter Clothes  /<  or  U IL  IS MIS  M LPHI K (ilKLH DEFEAT WK- BMIAX KS REQUEST TO ll Kl ii* Wok A. FHN THM AXD MAI/*    HETTLE    NKW    ENGLAND  MU tv IIF AHA WIN TON-    PHONE    STRUCK.  Ms DOUBLES.  IS LITERARY AND MUSICAL NFM REHS, HENRYETTA, TISHOMINGO AND OTHERS WIN FIRSTS.  in th** AiitoditHl Pre*  PARIS, April 19. President Wilson this morning cabled Secretary, Tinfinity declining to comply with the request he had received from New England governors to intervene in tin* telephone strike in New England. The president said he felt he could J .. , not act intelligently at this distance. Trying to Settle Strike. HOSTON. Aipril 19. — Assistant Mnera  jot the wire control board, told strikers’ representatives today that he saw no reason why the strike could not be settled within a few hours. He said he had powers from Postmaster General Burleson to adjust the difficult.  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 fabrics — something finer and better than usual.  These are the kind of clothes you’ll find here, for both men and women—new styles, a variety to (hoi .se from—live ones and good values.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  April 22 N  Be Ready .  'C* X t  *    -    '    ***-  AVIATORS TATT INTO SEA BUT ARE SAVED  Athletic Days  arc best remembered in photographs  Oui work is a.® fine as skill ••an produce.  Why not have one made now ”  Stall’s Studio  PHONE HA  III I it. A "Hi* lait ti Press  LIMERICK, England. April 19. \laj. J. i'. P. Wood, the British aviator who left East Church, England, yesterday to fly to this city, fell into I he P ish Sea last night. Major Wood and his navigator, C. C. Wylie. were uninjured. The accident occurred near Holyhead, to w’hich place Major Wood went for assistance.  Another Apiator lands Safely.  LONDON. April It.- It was reported here this morning that Lancaster Parker, the aviator who flew I rom East Church yesterday soon alter Major Wood started, and who had not been heard from overnight, landed safely.  Dependable Battery Service I Prompt and Efficient. ADA BAT-ITERY CO., at Fleet Cooper Garage. 4-1 0-9t.  iv* to i it atli y was exhibited in all me antient contests at the Normal  * iititij iiiiviiiUwii gnu saiUi'O*.'  ino, mug. .-citer sulphur had elutu-u<tled KOH' 11urn tut- baseball honors i i alay ny a score ut 1«> to U ana anti Holdenville    natl eliminated  it* myelin, u> a score OI I it to tut- I *>o victors met tins morning  ugiit n  uu ‘-  u    a     good *x ai bi-1 postmaster    General Koons, chairman  non OI htgu sc it oo I base bail. HolU-i      .-----1  tnt ult* s pi icueI aud me edge over lite opposing siabsmau, out me :Sul-puui ouys played behind their man admirably. Abt iinai score was I to b. biasing Holdenville the winner vn me se* res and the possessor Of nu silver loving cup.  kiasKetball.  In the girls oasketball. Stonewall w us eliminated r rid ay afternoon by Sn I pit ii-. 33 to 27. Wewoka deieat-ed Coalgate, 22 to 17. ill tile nudie mis morning Sulphur deteated Wewoka by a score of 23 to 13. Thor baal game was brilliantly played. i>otn sulphur and Wewoka had, come down determined to carry j bac* th* silver loving cup. The vie- .  Lui s realised that they dow ned wor- j thy antagonists.  Tennis.  i'hos* who have followed the ten-* nls Horn year to year insist thei class oi playing this year is dis-■ tine ti > superior to that ever seen livre betore in the meets. Both sin-' gles and doubles were of a high or- ?  der.  Tennis Singles.  In the preliminary Friday afternoon. Alder of Davis defeated Barnes of Wapanucka, 6-2, 7-5.  Jackson of Henryetta defeated Christian of Wewoka 6-1, 6-0.  Burrow of Trick of Uuif. 6-0, 6-1  Fen tem of Ada defeated Ov erton of Sulphur, 6-0, 6-o.  In ihe semi-finals, Jackson of Henryetta defeated Alder of Davis. I 6-1, 8-10, 7-5. Burrow of Wetumka! defeated Fen tem of Ada 4-6, 6-2, j 6-2.  In the finals this morning Burrow j of Wetumka defeated Jackson of’  Henryetta 6-1, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5, making,  Burrow tennis champion in singles.  Tennis troubles.  In the preliminaries Friday afternoon, Overton and ——........  <)J    !   , Sulphur deteated Busey and Bailey  :  of Holdenville, default.  Fentein and Mallory of Ada de- • teated Adler and Bird of Davis, default.  Christian and Christian of Wewoka defeated Trick and Merritt of |  Roff. 6-2. 6-3.  Jackson and Foreman of Henryetta defeated Overton and-  u! Sulphur, 6-3, 6-2.  Burrow’ and Thompson of Wetumka defeated Barnes and Wallace of j i Wapanucka, default.  Iii the semifinals, Fentem and i Mallory of Ada defeated Christian; and Christian of Wewoka. 6-0, 7-5 j  Burrow and Thompson of Wetum-I ka, defeated Jackson and Foreman ' of Henryetta, 4-6, 7-5. 6-4.  In the finals this morning Fen- i tem and Mallory of Ada defeated Burrow and Thompson of Uh. Id. 4-6. 3 6, 6-2. 6-2.  COMMISSIONER OPPOSED TO t ii > V KRNMENT < IWN KUSHI I* AND 4CONTROL.  th* A SM* tat* *1 Pres#  OKLAHOMA CITY, April 19. Declaring in a letter to Governor ; Robertson that in his opinion “the g;eatert service one can render the 1  country at this time is to combat ; unreservedly “this insane agitation tor government ownership and control o #  all public utilities.” W. D. j woka o-l, 6-1*.    j    Humphrey    of Notawta. Okla., chair-;  yv et urn It a deteated •    State Corporation Com  mission today resigned his office. i Governor Kobertron gave no in-^ Libation whether h* would accept the resignation immediately or ask Humphreys continue in office indefl-1 nit cly.    j  W KLCO VIK VISITORS  IOWA ADOPTS  The Normal auditorium was tilled to its utmost capacity last evening with contestants .teachers and visitors to hear the literary program of the Annual Track Meet.  This was expected to be the greatest meet ever held in Ada and has not been a disappointment so far, inasmuch as the applauds which roce from the audience were symbolic expressions of the appreciation of the excellent numbers rendered by the participants.  Each contestant is to be commended individually for the excellent work, since the critics and visitors alike pronounced this the best literary program that has yet been rendered from the E. C. S. N. platform at any Track Meet.  Ada carried off high honors, winning the most points of any participating High school.  Henryetta has a strong representation here this time and made Ada fight hard for the final victory in the literary events.  The entries in the finals were as follows;  Henryetta was the only High school to enter boys* Glee Club and Violin Quartet and of course these were points in their favor.  Tishomingo, Coalgate and Francis entered High school girl choruses in two-part music, Tishomingo winning first place.  Ada. Coalgate, Henryetta, Purcell and Wewoka were chorus contestants in three-part music, Ada taking first place.  Piano contestants were Misses Edith Chapman of Ada and Mary Allen of Okmulgee, the former being awarded the medal.  Heading contestants were Misses Ruth Gibson of Ada. and Christine Plummer of Henryetta, Miss Ruth Gibson being awarded first place.  Declamation contestants were Louis Philips of Tishomingo and Gilbert Teupke of Okmulgee, the Tishomingo man being awarded first place.    I  The judges for the literary events were Miss Bowman of Tulsa, she being lhe only judge for the choruses. Miss Bennett of Chickasha judged th** piano contests.  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. Superior in tailoring and distinctiveness that cannot be questioned.  MEN’S SUITS $20 to $39.50  BOYS’ SUITS $5 to $19.50  Easter Furnishings for Men  -SILK SHIRTS -SILK TIES -HOSE  —STETSON HATS -VANITY HATS —CAPS  See Our Easter Display  • r-** ft i  * iVr:  DEPARTMENT STORE  PMO NM 77  S.M. SHAW. PROP.  I .-tublisbed in IBM ADA. OKLA.  lit IU VNHIM    I're**  DKS MOINES. April 19.- Woman suffrage scored a victory by passing the House during the closing bour® ot the legislature today, giving th** women presidential suffrage. lf had already passed the senate.  TWO iX>NVICTIONS FOK  VAGRANCY IX <X>. COURT  Friday afternoon Lute Jenkins was found guilty of vagrancy by a jury in county court. The penalty was left to Judge Busby who imposed the maximum, $100 and cost9 and 30 days in jail.  This morning Ed Price, colored, was tried on a similar charge and the jury assessed a fine of $10 and costs.  BRILES IN SECRETARY OF  STATE VOCATIONAL BOARD  I  Fine shoe fitting a specialty. Burk’s.    4-18-2t  OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok., April IO. —C. W. Briles was today appointed by Governor P.obertson as secretary of the State Vocational Board, Vacated bv S. M. Barrett, who bas been elected president of the Oklahoma Military Academy at Claremore, an institution established by the last Legislature. Profe- oi Briles had benn in th*' roc lienal work undei direction of ’he board fur the last several months.  HI THE PLM HOUSES  Liberty.  The Chicago Mayers will present th* farce comedy, “Confusion,” together with excellent specialties. The picture program presents Eddie Polo :ii an installment of "The Lure of the Wet tun- \ circus,'* the Screen Magazine and the nu st an using comedy, “Let Fido Do i It.”  American.  Norma Taint Edge appears at her i best in the tremendous drama, ‘‘The j Safety Curtain.** In this the andirine is giuen a view of high society lib* in india and many stirring scenes are shown. This is one of the Hest pictures ever seen here.  MASONS, NOTICE.  Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. & A. M., will meet in called communica-ANNOI VCI-ID PRESS WJLL J.HT I  ti c, n  at 8 o’clock this evening for si MMARY l»Y KIIRIAI OR     R    {     the    Master’*    degree    -    Miles   SATl RI>AY ‘    j    C    Grigsby.    W. M.  Youngsters, Drink With Us  To all you youngsters attending the big Track Meet we say one lug word—  W-E-L-C-O-M -E  WELCOME to this store—the store where the spirit of youth prevails.  WELCOME to rest, to hear the music of the Superior Victrola.  WELCOME to ask the price of our Spalding Sporting Goods, examine them, buy if you like, or leave them alone. It costs nothing to look.  WELCOME to use our conveniences or to do anything else around here you wish.  Cutin &~Mays Drug Go.  Bv tin* AsMH-lat*ti Prana  PARIS. April 19. The text of the; preliminary peace treaty will be j transmitted to the press Friday or j Saturday of next week, April 25 or J 26. the Petit Paristen says. The Echo de Paris declares that in case Germany refuses to sign, a special j train will return immediately to be , put at the disposal of the enemy del- j agates and the allies will without de- , lay take military and naval measures I to enforce the terms of the treaty.  CIVIL WAR BETWEEN  F  G. C. Wimbiab is in from Fort Worth on a few days’ visit. He en-; listed in the army early in the war and was recently discharged from the ll IIH Artillery.  INGLISH BOUNDARY’ FIX ED; ADRIATIC PROBLEM COMING NEXT.  By tit** Associated Press  With the question of Poland’s; western boundary settled, the council of four of the peace conference was prepared today to take up a new problem that of the Adriatic for definite disposition.  As a result of the council’s deliberations yesterday Danzig, the Baltic port claimed by Poland is to become an international harbor, but Poland will be given a corridor to it through German territory.  Italy’s claims to Flume and the Dalmatian coast are to be laid before the conference today by Baron Son-nino. Italian foreign minister.  The nationalist movement of the Egyptians is expected to be brought before the official notice of the conference shortly. The Egyptian envoys are now’ in France and are expected soon to reach Paris. Conditions at Cairo are reported grave.  Paris reports indicate that President Wilson plans to return to America about the middle of next month and that an extra session of congress will be called to meet some time between May 15 and Jim** I.  ‘•Welcome, Visitors, to the Track Meet”  Silk  Dresses  .a  J  i—  FOR  By the Associated Pres#  BEHLIN, April 19 Serious fighting between Bavarian communist and government troops occurred Friday near Freising resulting in considerable losses on both sides according to Munich dispatches to the Tageblatt.  Rf EP YOUR RECEIPT  TOP  VICTORY BOWS  V  It Will Show You Helped WISK the Job r R will be Your Final War Re co yet  GET READY FOR IT  FT. SILL AVIATOR MAKES HEW RECORD  By tile Associated Press  OKLAHOMA CITY, April 19.— Driving a De Haviland biplane equipped with Liberty motor, Lieut. T. S. K. Reed, accompanied by Lieut. J. W. Jamison, made the seventy-two airline miles between Post Field and Oklahoma City today in twenty minutes flat, leaving Post Field at 8:35 and arriving at Oklahoma City at 8:55.  The previous record was held by | Lieut. Robert Baker who made the flight in 24 minutes.  Follow the crowd to Sunday school in First Baptist church next Sunday.    4-18-2t  Easter  From  $16.75 '* $25.00  Georgettes and Crepe de Chines  thai are the very pink of fashion fresh as a May day in the morning.  There is a variety allowing a freedom of scope iii choosing seldom found at these prices. As a matter of fact,there are no two alike.  You will find them especially appropriate for the  Easter Promenade.  SEE THEM IN OCR WINDOWS  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.  .: Phone' lit  I'f ■ »•   

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