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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ffiht lHbfl VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 34 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY "     T °    "TL    I?/'    "    MfKKOXV.N.    MOX.    IIKI.HUATKK    To    1*10.44'K    COV n viinv!    II    IHI.ll    HAKKISOX .«o    (at KSS WH J. HA VK III, I. OI XA TI OAS.    I    IIT.    (IKR SPKAK.    I'OWKItS. Dainty, Srniceai Frocks —for Summer wear, can Fie made up at small expense from our line of La Porte Cotton Fabrics. COLORED COTTONS plaids, stripes and solid colors, at. per va d _______________________ Voiles, Tis Noes ami Zephyrs ii a splendid assortment of . 25c _ 85c WHITE GOODS the Ti. r.g tor warm weather Waist .md Di.*>-<♦ v r yard____ Organdies, Voiles, Lawns and Skirt* ins* beautiful. crisp and fresh just Bf tin* A xv, >e is ted Press WA Si ii NC TON. April 22. Adati ni st rat ion officials were advised in it confidential cablegram from Paris today that in the consideration of 1 problem Ii confronting the peace conference. such as Italy’s Adriatic claims and the question of an &1U-j alice to protect France from future I aggression. President Wilson would take no action which would in the slightest degree jeopardize the lea- ; Rue of nations or conflict with its fundamental principles. The lnes-| sage was in reply to a cablegram regarding the president's attitude town! d the contemplated secret alliance spoken of by Prance newspaper*. The outcome of the dead-t lock over Italy's claims is waited in official quarters with evident anxiety. Sk iris 25c_$1.00 I he streets of Ada were filled with int ii, women and children this afternoon to witness the parade in honor oi lhe returned soldiers, sailors and marines. The parade started from the Normal grounds at I:MO o'clock und passed down Alain street to Townsend. At Townsend avenue it went south to Twelfth street, and Hast on Twelfth to broadway where it dispel end. The order of the parade was: Hon. Tom I). McKeown and A. AI. Frow, on beautiful saddle horses; soldiers, both white and colored; sailors, boy scouts, Red j Cross ladies, high school girls, high school cadet corps. Confederate Veterans in automobiles, Normal training school and students, children from tin* grade schools. The children from tne grade sn ii oohs loll out at Broadway and formed two lines. As the soldiers and sailors came through, the children threw dowers on them from both sides. With people packed into the block between Maili and Twelfth street on Broadway, lion. Tom Ll Mc.Keown made a short talk on the | wo; k of the men in France. He stirred the citizens to tile highest pinnacle of patriotism in his appeal to carry tile job through. He then introduced Hon. Luther llar-W risen who welcomed the soldiers, i sailors and marines home. Senator Harrison thrilled his audience time and again as he recited incidents of American bravery and the fighting qualities of the A111-OULAHOMA GITT. Okla.. April 22 etilcan youth. The fact that Sena-t Special i County chairmen un- tor Harrison lost a brother in some (din all\ had reported eleven conn- ut the hardest fighting on the w r est-tit‘So\ cr fin* top at Io o’clock this em front made him feel the spirit morning. These were Beckham. No- of the occasion more deeply than hie. (Jai I ield. Kingfisher. Grant, Ok- hum of those in the audience. He tusker. Hughes. Alfalfa, Harmon, predicted that the American peo-PontotOO and Cleveland But two pie will show their appreciation of count it * hat i their quotas. fly tile Associated Press .    t Germany has bowed to the entente’s virtual ultimatum relative to sending a delegation having full powers to conclude peace to the Versailles congress closing what seemed,' for a time to threaten grave complications. It is probable, however, that att actual meeting between allied and German delegates will not occur until April 28. Germany is ready to call a plebescite on the treaty having made all preparations for tm elation within forty-eight hours after receiving the treaty terms, according to Berlin advices. In the interim the Italian situation is causing much concern. President Wilson still being opposed to recognition of the secret treaty of london. He has prepared a statement on the subject to be made public if iho dead lock continues. IM SIU $- HOW TO BOT VICTORY LOAN NOTES LHA LIAM) POI NTY FIRST; OTI!Fits I NOFER’IALLY REPORTED OY HIL ADRIATIC <JFESTRIN LAID ASI DK KOH TI MF UHING WHEN AG KEHM EXT FAILS. By the Associated Press PARIS, April 22. Victoria! Orlando, Italian premier was ab-i j sent this morning when deliberations were resumed at the Paris white house. President Wilson and ! Premiers Lloyd George and Clemen-I ceau were present. The president! bet n given credit for the work of the soldiers,sailors"and ' and P remier * wenl again into the Flex eland and Porno- marines and will see that they be J a P a, *ese quest ion presented    by Fill out an application through some of the Victory loan campaign workers, specifying the number of notes desired and the denomination. Notes will be in denominations of $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,OAK),$ 50,(KH) and $100,000. Make payment with application of IO per cent of your total subscription. IO per cent payment July 15. 20 per cent payment Aug. 12. 20 per cent payment Sept. 9. 20 per cent payment Oct. 7.     1 20 per cent payment Nov. ll, with accrued interest on deferred installments. Payment in full may be made on May 20, the IO per cent required with application having been duly paid on or before May IO. Payment can also be completed on any installment date with accrued interest. The first payment of interest will he made holders of the notes on Dec. 15, 1919, and after that on •lune 15 and Dec. 15. and at maturity. 9 DEPA PTMENT TORE RHOME 77 $.M. SHAW. PROEK Kmablislied Id IMS AOA, OHL A. HIH SOI IHT TlkM)|N REPORTED DEFEATED AND GOVERNMENT FRITS OEH FE. it El NUTTED THAT SOVIET GOY-KKXMENT HAS REEN ESTA HUSHED CAPITAL. tty ‘be Associated Press AMSTERDAM. April 22.—Th* Hungarian soviet govern meat headed by Bela Kiln has resigned under pressure of Rumanian troops, according to a Hi th# Anno* lated Pre** PARIS. April 22. A revolution has broken out in Turkey and a soviet government declared. A revolutionary meeting has been "stahlish- toc, the pink cards having been received from tile bankers in these counties. “Reports from all oxer the state at* mo i encouraging/' said N. R. Graham this morning “The cities, however, appeal u> be dragging but the country districts are coming right up to (lie mark. This delay in the center* of population is accounted Lu h> Hie number of captains and oiht r workers who were unable to I start in eatix Monday morning. However. I believe eevry city will come in with its quota as have the smaller towns and the farmers.” Campbell Russell, corporation commissioner, was scheduled to speak against the good roads hill last night through a misunderstanding of the agreement reached by both aldea in the road bond issue. This meetingj ea€h campaign. was called off. however, when the Fspf. Orr pleaded given the preference m many iv ays I Baron Makino and Viscount Fhinda in the future.    which were taken up when the Ad- Mr. Harrison closed his address I rlatic question reached a deadlock with a stirring appeal to the citizens! > oM '*ula> and laid aside tor the oux Victory Liberty bonds and ' 11 " I** ioal.e Pontdtoc county's — Ord perfect .rave for a int of rerun- t early weeks of AIRPLANES FOR POLICE NAVAL SEAPLANES WILL OKLAHOMA MEN GET TRY ATLANTIC TRIP MEDALS LOR BRAVERY mlisted    Added    to    the    Service    in    the     1,4 > tll “ Associated Press pleasantness in tin tile war. Ga pt. Ch ae. L. Orr. who in he service in the first of the    Northwest, wat and rose to the rank of cap- Airplanes xviii almost certainly he min in a short time, responded to „dded to the equipment of the I’ana Harrison.    Northxxmst mounted police, for Its far northern patrols. The question is under consideration. Manx »> f i the for« #» xx ho went overseas joined the address of Senator He emphasized the tact that the soldiers and sailors in the service always looked to the people at home to back them up. The soldiers . always watched to see how the " ,4 * Hying corps ami ar** competent avi home folks carried out the duty in ‘Burs. They an* now coming back to their erstwhile positions. for the sup- The present system of patrols is not WASHINGTON. April 22. ~Three naval seaplanes, No. I, No. 3, and No. 4. each carrying a crew of five will attempt a trans-Atlantic flight early nex» month from Rockaway Beach. No decision has been reached yet as to the route, but, it is expected it will be New Foundland to ireland. til#- Associated Press < Bv WASHINGTON, April 22—Among (lie four men awarded medals of honor for conspicuous gallantry announced by the war department today were Samuel M. Hampler, Mangum, Okla., and Corpl. Harold L. Turner, Seminole, Okla. The superiority of our work has been proven. Give us a trial.—Nagle, Central News Bureau dispatch e<i ut Constantinople to direct oper- Taxpayer*’ League and Russell xvere port of the people in the Victory only hazardous but very much depend- j the Tailor Phone 26    4-21-3t from Vienna, quoting reports re ceived there by aerial mail from Budapest. According to reports, the wildest confusion prevails at the Hungarian capital and everything in a stat*- o indescribable chaos, lr is reported ii.at Czech forces have join ed those of the Rumanians advancing through Transylvania, defeating the Hungarian soviet »roops sent against them, You . rn keep your -'oiiiach strong bowel- regular and kidneys active by using Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a necessary condition to main fain Hi*- health of th(* body. Price $ 1.25 p* j r bottle. G xviii & Mays Drug Co., .-special \gents. Adv. ations. according to a telegram from Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, quoting a bolshevik representative at Od es.* a who says the Turkish consul there lias received an official an-■ outicement of the change in sorel m o fit. advised of the truce. Op; ;:u:-rn is the yeast of business. It railes til*- dough, and Leader flour made into the best bread and cakes is one of • ♦ ingredient of optimism. 4-P-tf Vegetable plants, sweet and hot peppers, egg plai t, tomatoes and tweet pe'ato slip- We deliver. Ada Greei.bou**    4-h-tf Athletic are tx-xf eg* ta rdis. d iem beret) in pho Out work i.* as fine as .-kill can pi od nee Whx : i r» t hax * on# made no xx ? Stairs Studio PHONE JU BANN DEPOSITS DROW IN SPITE OF WAR OKLAHOMA CITY. Apili 22. (Special) That the deposits in the state beaks of Oklahoma have increased $38,(MD*.hot* since th#- day un ’.vhicli xix ar xvas declared despite the furious drains made on them by th#* tv a r loans is the statemen: issued today bx Fred G. Dennis, tate bank commissioner, urging Hies# institutions and the general public to invest up to their limit ii the victory loan “At th** hue war was declared in April, I hi 7.” said Mr. Dennis, "the stat# hanks of Oklahoma had on de posit a total of $86,30".OOO and at iii** tim* the armistice xvas signed ii November, I ft 18, the state banks tied < n deposit $122/000,000 shoxv-ing ;:i increase in th** deposits of stat# lank- in this suite during the XVit ! of * : 5 7 ort,OD". •TI,,    -...I* WILL SELL SMALL CRAFT Shipping Board Wilt Dispose of On« Million Tons of Vessels. The Coifed States shipping board has announced that it will dispose of more than 1,000.000 tons of vessels bullt to meet the demands of war. The strips to be s*»hl xviii include HO wooden vessels, 12 composite ships and many of Ha small steel cargo craft constructed to help supply the army in France. The board has planned to employ the fund* obtained from the sole for the construction of large steel ships designed for long-voyage hauling, which the American ships will bo call***! upon to perform. GIRLS HID ON TRANSPORT Two Found on Troopship Which Brought 18 War Brides. When th** Knifed States transport Louisville arrived at New York city Liberty Loan. There are some yet em <»n went lier conditions. Hers# hoi rn France to be brought home. jej»n b<* reached only by xx .iter and There are some wounded to be car- there are many difficulties #-d for There are some in their graves, and Their dependents must not be allowed to suffer. as t«» proinning for trips.    , Airplanes not only would permit (ii** patrols to be made in a fraction s>t th#* time I»iit til#* s«*r\ire would not meet with any physical handicaps en countered on land. It is more than probable that an air squad will bo added to the force. Nothing too fancy for us to clean. I Van the Tailor. Phone 444. We I call and deliver.    4-21-31 For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGEE'S Baby Elixir is is a remedy of genuine merit. It ; acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and j pleasant to take. Price 25c und Sue . p#*r bottle. Sol#! by Bart Smith. Let a Want Ad get it for you. Th,* best shoe hospital. Dilapidat-| ed and run down shoes put on your feet again good as new.- Bennett & I Snead, iii N. Broadway. 4-4-lmo* IM**( I NNi<>\ OE PEAKE LIMITED IND NO VOTE OE PEOPLE VIJ/OW ED. MUST GIVE UP BIG GUN Germany Ordered to Surrender Scv-erty-Five Mile Cannon. Tho allies have demanded that one TERMS of the I nag-range guns which tile Germans used rn fir#* nj moi Parts from a distance of 75 miles he Included in the war materials which the enemy is turning over to the armies in the occupied area of Germany. .Since th#* signing #»f the armistice lit- Di 1 ti** A**#" lated Press PARIS. April 22. Discussion oi peace terms by the Versailles con- .... ..    ,    ,,    - .1    ,>    I# 1    Be has been discover#*#! regarding tin tress aft# r tin* Germans ate called    „    .    '#    **,-.##«#m^ in# in xxiii not Im* continued longer than Ma. 15, the Echo de Paris today sax s. The Germans will be required to sign th** peace conditions subject fat** of theta* weapons. Recent reports vv«*re to th** effect that one had been dismantled iii West Prussia. they shall be debeeiie, til#* newspaper P» v.!I r< /> • 1 o' March I, show :    bank    in    Oklft- otaTi.u * I 24,000,Olin, an into deposits since the armis-* - Igned of $2,"no.Ona. Mens .tm! Women’ cleaned and pressed 14*1    Van, th#* Ta sin; - spring suits $1 00. Phone 4-21 -3t Le One Cent Ic Sale Thursday, Friday, Saturday Gtfin G-'Mays Drug Go. from Brest her officers reported that, 01 •> lo citification bx their govern in addition to bringing brides of 18 ]1 * *• * he allies not consenting that American officers and privates, there were t\v#» nlneteen-year-old English girls on board xvii## had stowed u\v«y in Liverpool and were not discovered until a week later. F ap tai ii Hartley, commander of the Louisville, permitted the stowaways to remain In the cabin they had appropriated and to tnk<* their meals with th** other women. Nebraska Led in War Stamp Sales.’ Th** per capita sale of War Savings stamps In Nebraska last year was $21.18 greater than any other state in the country. The aggregate sales bi that state aggregated $27,450,000. Ohio. With $88,214,000 total sales, ranged first in volume, but second in p* / copita sales, which were $10.30. Real Class at Fire. Souk* class to these N’Yuwk    fire gen- irbroittod l.iI O, man ,| (wn nii ,. f Kl .„, on    u ,,., my ilalnser    wore dress suits to    u swell daze iii    th** theater district    at ll :3U R) RUN WORK Ells U j4N    ;he other evening. The alarm inter- O. OI iv * N    S T U,KK    ’Upted the firemen’s ball. BERUN, April lf). (Saturday! \ settlement Of ih<* general strike    ---------------- in Berlin was reached today aft dr negotiations lasting forty-eight hours fie? v« en representatives of the sirik-; ors and lh** employers and the minister of labor. The settlement is tantamount to active recognition of th** demands of th** strikers that they he given a THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY THIS WILL RE KNOWN AS \ T* w it AT THE PIA! HOUSES “Heirs H.nges” is a splendid west-voice in determining engagements| em drama portraying a tow n that jand dismissals and promotions of em- needed a lesson in fair play. Win. S. ployes in all xxork except in exeeu- Hart Plays th** leading role and ap-tixe and directorate positions.    pears in his usual popular manner. A law giving force to the new reg-{Coming tomorrow: “Too Many Mutilation will be incorporated shortly j lions.” in the government’s socialization leg-’    ----- OKLAHOMA INVASION PLANNED HY I. \V. SIOUX CITY, Iowa, April 21. - Industrial Workers of «the World in convention here today, determined to send organizers into the oil fields of Oklahoma, Kansas aud Texas. It xvas also announced that a convention w ill be held at Salt Lake City June 21. The object of this convention was said to be for the purpose of providing for more organizers among the miners of Utah. Your clothes are returned as free from odors as when new.— Nagle, the Tailor. Phone 26. 4-21 -St Hatton It will give the workers who are represented through shop, factory and office councils, the joint right to determine vital relations between the employer and employe and will protect the employe to the extent that his dismissal or promotion will be passed upon by his fellow workers. The workers also must be consulted when new help is to be engaged. The preliminary settlement now awaits only formal continuation by the factory and office councils who ar*- expected to ratify it Sunday. The factories and banks, it is expected, wifi resume full operations Tuesday. The department stores and specialty shops opened this morning. Amnicon. Mae Murray is the star in the heart interest drama. “The Scarlet Shadow'.” The shadow of suspicion fell over an innocent country girl and the drama shows >the outcome. Let a Want Ad get it for you. Ed Wendei is in receipt of a letter from W. A. Riley, now at Birmingham, Ala., in w'hich he asked to be remembered to his Ada friends. He had been very ill, but both he and his family are now well. Mrs. George P. Morgan of Parkersburg, West Va., and Miss Edith Beck of Wheeling, West, Va., returned to their homes today after a fortnight's visit with their brother, Rev. George W. Beck, and wife. rn ; m \ t \• AQ *>//•* * VV > p! I ’ ' SJR Ilf I ' I IS * )    • Hi ' 1 J ; ' I 1 * : r J' * I ti ' : 1 ■ Ii •VI April 21—26$ Non is the Tine to Think of Those Gingham Goxvns You Are Going to Make. When the price of silks began axiatitig the manufacturers of Ginghams foresaw the opportunity presented and set out to produce Ginghams that would rival silks. The result was beton* a season had elapsed they were ready with a real substitute that had the added advantages of wearabilitj and washability. To still further popularize it they have set aside this w ? eek as Gingham \\ eek to feature these fabrics that not long since was considered suitable only for j>prong and work clothes. SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AND FO LO JLS THAT RIVAL NATURE IN MER HAPPIEST MOMENTS. PRICED AT: 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c and SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 75c yd. The Surprise Store „    Established    1903 J15-117 West Main St :    Phone    117

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