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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma \ \ ®/t)t iHtifi evening; VOLUME XVI. X I’M BEK •>r-v> I Binit !Vi h. ps v ou hav ** net cr taken 'lo time to make a ca rot I cholee of size anti style Perhaps no one has tak**i th** trouble ti» do it for you. Then let us help you in a minute or two. to *.et the right kind of fit in th* right kind of underwear “right fbi* yon individually Th* * * ti* so many styles in out • wk. in all sizes and fabric*, one-piece and two-pi» ♦ , hat you’re sure to Ie. i * our shop mon* than ever pleased with fitting tin- d* wear. your body our for ta bl \ u y; I > ! • t»> _ tin*-* warm days oi ^dunner and fittinc your pihH* always. I-' 11 . - that w* should watch -ucl detail for you most af tor ti val \ \Y»* do. 50c. $1 _ $2 For u Real Tailor-made” Fit in Shirts They i t fleeve^ just the right I* ngth. shoulders cut for com-tort, pl» nty o* elbow room without Ion*i v a hit of the snappy *tylo*-Ime. no “hunching" at the waistline, cuffs trim and smart S'.zhs ;«> hi- men ami Intl** men rollers attached or colla*^ to match. Greatest vain t> » ! tasteful colorings and patterns \> to fabric any typ* you prefer madras 'special weaves*, silk and madras. cho WM. flannel or pat e silk ^lLKUlTH. an exclusive Eagle shirt cloth o? -liken lustre aud beauty, and splendid wearing quality. Accommodating range • I pi ees. too. $1 " $10 STEVENS-WILSON CO. <v.i:ni..- :.o\ \k WI) Hi viwiw MIM I KS MAIR HIM. <>\ lit UA PHST. in ! .*i Pros KtENKVA. April 25. Czeeho-Slo-\ak- haw .ittacked tin city of Wait-:en tv.e*> v iiiiI*-*- northeast of Bud-. p*-t wk th is * x peeled to fall soon French rn rips ai** said to be aiding the Rumanians in theil advance in ♦ •astern Htinirat y. according to advices here from Vienna (IHI l> ll I IIT IN I ALI. Pl (OM A ITO Th* little daughter of Mr. and Mr?. G. I Payne, who live west of Oater, fell from an automobile tills morn nu. on Last Main, striking bet head against the pa Vernon' It was thought at first she wa.s seriously injured, blit by th** aid OI a physician the child was quickly revived and suffered nothing mon* than a bad fright. Optimism i c th** ’ east of business I» rats**;- 'ii * dough, and Treader flour ma«l* into 'he best bread and cakes is or.* «*f " •» ingredients of optimism. 4-9-tf KING VICTOR HT INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY on Ii 1 s return iron* tin* trenches, is some occasion. Tin memo! ies should h** recorded in one "I our Litigant Photograph- Phone for an appointment. Stairs Studio V V V 4* -I* I I RPHSIDLMT »• ; r PXMKCARK, ADA, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. APRIL 25, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY twiaw ORLANDO LEAVES PARIS FOR ROME >1 PII HIT or PH I’SI IIL’NT ANH ITALY KA KN LA DIVIDED. ALL ( Al THU s. By th** A MMS*::*! c*l Pit** LONDON. April 25, The peace conference crisis continues the paramount topic in London's morning newspapers. The support they' give President Wilson and Italy is about evenly divided, but all opinions are expressed cautiously with the manifest desire to show friendliness for both sides. Two pap* rs vehemently attack the president, one of them saying, “Mr. Wilson’s name among th** allies is like that of a rich uncle and they accept his manner* out of resp**ct to his mean.” Among Wilson’s war advocates is the Daily News which regrets that “Orlamlo’s reply contains rn U c Ii which cannot be substantiated.'' The Laborite Daily Herald frankly accuses Great britain.,Prance and Italy with being out for plunder. SIE BK IAH ITALI AN SITT ATION STILL GIIAYK. SOM NO KMM Al NS IN PARIS. My th** Asocial* d 1*IV«1» PARIS, April 25. Premier Orlando left Paris for Home at 8:30 o'clock last night, accompanied by Salv.iter Barzilai, General Diaz and two other members of tilt* Italian delegation. He was given an ovation by the crowd gathered around the station. Foreign Minister Conine and other members of the delegation are still in Paris and state that Italy ha- no intention of withdrawing completely from the conference. It is reported that Orlando will demand a vote of confidence by the I Italian parliament. The situation is regarded as still very acute. NOT IN ACCORD AV ITI I MAJOR- 1 ITV I REPORT ON RESPONSIBILITY FOR WAR. By the Associated Press* PARIS. April 25. It has become •j.. be-' sh*><* ne* pit a1. Dilapidated , nd inn down shoes put on your feet agadi good as new.- Bennett & vmad. Iii N Broadway. 4-4-lmo* VV PHONE 84 CV* v Coire» .VW-A B u t k 1 . :<)*• fitting a specialty at 4-25-21 LAST CHANCE ic Saturday is the Last Day of MANY RARE AND UNHEARD OF BARGAINS In the “One Cent’’ Sale Rexall is the Name—Rex (King), All (All) REXALLr—KING OF ALL Gwin <S~ Mays Drug Go. Rexall Drug Merchants WEEK OK GREAT EVENTS FO KND AA ITH EX HI BLITON OK RIG AA AR REI.IC. The great war tank will be in Ada Saturday aliet noon. arriving at 2:30. according to schedule. The information has gone out to all parts of the county, and the town will likely bt* packed with observer.-. The tank will conte iii over the Santa IV by t-ptviul train, and will leave Saturday night on th* Frisco at IO o'clock. This week w ill remain a memorable otu* tor many of the citizens o; Ada aud Pontotoc county. Tuesday a i official welcome home was «*\-tended to the men who were in th** M*rv ice. The parade was a well arranged and w**ll carried out affair. The * xhibitiona of Lieut. c. C. Chauncey Thursday were by odds the most daring and spectacular **\et .-cen here aud as great as any exhibition evej staginl in Oklahoma. To en*! the week OI great events, the tank will appear, and foi the tiist time the men ami women who live lur* can se** one of the pieces of machinery that was greatly instrumental in knocking out the Hun. Saturday will mark the clos** of the Victory Liberty Loan drive, headed by R. AV. Simpson. The quota for the county has been bought, though the banks and a few individuals shouldered a big part of the total amount. There are many who did not buy bonds, th** lenders in the campaign, believe, when they were amply abl* to do so. “These will have then own conscious to satisfy,** said one of th** workers. ‘They will haw* to answer to themselves th** question of whether they haw gone through with the job or quit before the job is finished. Everyone has been given an opportunity.’’ CLEAN-UP CONTEST NOW UNDER WM iii an interview' wit lithe president of the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Chamber of Commerce it is learned that th** cleanup of the city of Ada hat been quite thorough- Many complin! ntary remarks are heard regarding the improved appearance of th streets and alleys, and the homes and gardens are beautiful. The mayor says when you have yoni barrels and boxes of mopish ready again. Ii** will have another haul made. Sewn wagons worked tux day's in Ok* last haul, adding 152 loads to the dumping ground. Three inspectors for each ward have boca named to judge the contest which will close October I. Signed reports will be given in. the Judges passing on another ward each succeeding month, thus there can In* no claim of favorites when the averah: es are reported ami prizes award-If the good work already bels kept up by everyone, it will lively contest and Ada Will be H Iii ONE TEAM REMAINS IN ADA: Worn EK GOES TO TA HL EV LAH. Tile Last Central Normal debating teams will be in action tonight. on** here and the other at Tahlequah. Beginning at 8:30 o’clock this even ug Miss Johnnie McMinn and Hughey Gilmore will meet two representatives of th** Weatherford Normal in the auditorium of the not mal hen aud will take the negative -ide of th** query, “Should th** United States Own and Operate the Railroads within the United States Oat her Van Meter and George Baker .it Tahlequah where they will have the affirmative Hid** of the Mime question. The debate here is expected to draw I large crowd. The matter of th* (iv nets! ip of 'he railroads is interest hi.;. to every individual, in \ i* w of the fact that the government t- now operating the roads of this count: y. In the past when the students delta ted this problem, they had only theories to guide them. Now they have example* of government operation. I'rot. M B. Molloy has been in charged of the debaters for Last Central, ami thev are reported to Know mat American delegates* have been unable to agree on cer- j twin portion* of the report adopt- k cd by the commission on response j bility for the war and as presented : to the council of four th** report contains a memorandum setting! forth American reservation*. The • Americans objected to the principle that accused persons under the “law'j of humanity’’ should be subjected to criminal prosecution contending that laws aud principles of humanity constitute too uncertain a standard. The principle that heads of states should be subject to criminal prosecution for broaches of positive law' was another point w'hera they failed to agree with the majority of the commission. !lon\ EK I LAT ANNOUNCES NEM KEG OSS; AMERICA NOT A El EC TED. XI. I 1 This is Nara! Gingham Wees At th* time the price of silks beg;*; op ring, the weavers cli * J inglfkm-kfiiiw ng the possibilities of their product, saw far enough into th** future and red out to produce (I titbit'Aitis I hut would livid silks, They employed th * Pest d< --’•.rtiefs and colorists and with fib r **\-p< : f need foomsim ti produced ; real substitute that had tin* added advantages of veariHiity and washability. To .-till r'nrther popularize it they have set as de this week as Gingham Week and ask the leading store to mature those indescribable beautiful creations ?hey have brought into being from a fabric that. not long since, was considered sui;able only foi apt ohs, v\*n*k clothes etc. EXTRA SPECIAL Extra Wide Glenniddle Zephyr** A Gingham bf exceeding beauty and fineness, woven into plaids oi wonderful cleverness and tinted iii all the glorious shades of Springtime. Fifteen hundred yards of these, not one pattern hardly a mite less alluring than Ifs companion. A regular 4 0c Gingham that ri offered now' for - 28< the yard Genuine Valntore Ginghams. Fine French Zephyrs. 32 inches 25c yard. Pretty Apron Ginghams. 20c yard. wide. 48c yard. Genuine M. F. C. 45c yard. FINL TISSUE GINGHAMS, BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS, 75c the yard. GINGHAM DRESSES Children’s Dresses. SI.2“ to $">.<Ni Misses’ Dresses. $8.50 to $0.50 fliese dresses arc Ladies’ Dresses, $2.95 to $0.75 all good styles and good material: bi *ad\ lot the battles. PE At I (ON FERENCE AVILE CONSIDER REVISER DRAUT MONDAY. I-\ tilt* Associated Pre- PARIS. April 25. A plenary ses-s * *»* oi th** peace conference will be held Monday t oeonsider the revised draft of til** League of Nations covenant aud also such portions of th** pence treaty as mu ybc complete by that time. The session will be open to 'ti* public and it. is understood i it he covenant is approved it will be in mediately made public. German Couriers Arrive. PARIS. April 25. German official couriers in advance of the German peace congress delegates arriv'd at Versailles today. By th** Associated Pre-’ PARIS, April 25. Increase in the, milling percentage w hich w ill x ii - j til illy put fbi world back on a war-1 bread basis for the next three j months is part of the program adopt- 1 ed by th'' supreme food council un-j der the chairmanship of Herbert 0 Hoover. No Change iii America. NEW YORK. April 25. Americans w ill continue to eat w hit** blea*!, despite the return of European countries to a war bread basis. Julius it. Barnes, president of the foot! administration grain corporation and fed-' *ral wheat director, said today. A wheat stock survey has convinced th** department that th** American supply is sufficient to Warr an continued production, of all wheat flour and meet the export demand until next harvest. Greedy for Wasps. The « ointnon green frog has been dis-eovered to possess nil Insatiable greed for wasps. This extraordinary appetit** does not seem to Im* in tin* least checked bv att c-ecitsional sting. The protecting color of tin* frog. vvhb*h sits motionless upon leaves, no (bullit miles the most wary of Insects Into | sens*• of security. —'Louisville Courier-1 Journal. * DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in 1909 AOA, OKLA. I IVISION I INFLUENZA KILLS MILLIONS IN INDIA tty iU» Associated Press NKW YORK. April 25. Bringing home 5,733 officers ami men of the Seventy-seventh division, comprising mostly drafted men of Yew York. the steamship. Mount Vc mon, arrived today. The nihils included officers and men of trio Rainbow division. ' By tbe Associated Press LONDON. April 25 . ah Indian government According to report the Young men. showing threat Burk’a. our silk variety in birls are patterns. 4-25-2t public today almost 5,000,000 persons have died in British India and fully 1.000.000 others are believed to have died in the native states from Spanish influenza. The area affected contained a population ct over 238,000,000 and the deaths were 4.-899,725. Let a Want Ad get it for you. de- j; FOLKS WE ALL KNOW ed. gun b** a kept 'hun cleaner through this suniin* ever before in her history. Maintains Equal Humidity. The air in all parts of a cigar case, vault or other place where moisture is needed is kept equally humid by u new doff ce In which tin electric fan drives Its breeze* through a box filled with absorbent material soaked iu wuter. COMMISSIONERS AND SOLDIERS FOR ROADS OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. April 25. (Special.! The city commissioners of Oklahoma City today adopted resolutions approving the proposed $50,000,000 good roads bond issue Mayor Walton in a statement to the press declared the capital city owes much to the stat** at large and calls upon the voters of his home city to aid all counties in securing th** benefits of free hard-surface roads as a gift from tbistate. , The Soldiers’. Sailors’ and Marines’ Club of Oklahoma City adopted resolution of approval of the bond issue, and called attention to the need of employment of returning soldiers and sailors w hich will be met lf the bond issue carries May fithJ The resolution denounces the raii-j roads and special interests now opposing the proposition and c&lls upon -all soldiers and sailors over the state j to stand with them a*^ a unit for the] proposed system of good roads. AT THE PLAT HOUSES t I J ♦ tf TM Miu*ons, Notice. Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. & A. M., will meet In called communication at 8 o’clock this evening. Work in the Fellowcraft degree.—-Miles C. Grigsby, W. M. Tile Boy is asking his Father where the Light goes when It goes Out, and bls Father Is also thinking of Going Out, aa this Is Puzzling Question No.-827 for the evening and Dad doesn’t feel nearly to Smart as be did when be sat down to Enjoy his copy of this Family Journal. LIBERTY Earl Williams and Grace Dar-moiid art? the stars in the drama, 1 The Girl in His House. This is a dramatization of Harold McGrath’s popular novel and exceedingly well staged and) acted by a splendid cast. AMERICAN. The Mystery Girl is a Paramount production dramatized from the story Green Fancy, now running in the News. Ethel Clayton is the star and carries the part of the mysterious heroine remarkably well. See our notice elsewhere In this paper. Ada Ice & Cold Storage Co. 4-25-31 Our ladies’ read-to-wear, gent’s furnishings and shoes are classy.— Burk’s. New Summer Fabrics for Hot Days A superb collection which must be seen to be appreciated. Smart summer Voiles, Cotton Crepes. Ginghams, Linens, and Organdies. A number of these are shown in solid colors, while others you will find rn figures, plaids and stripes. Priced From 25c to $1.75 Yard The Surprise Store Established 1903 .115AU West Main St. Phone 111
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