Ada Evening News, April 26, 1919

Ada Evening News

April 26, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma £lfea Chening VO Ll Mi' XVI. NUMBER 3S ADA. OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY raw"—uw» WMMi • mc For a Heal Tailor-made" Fit in Shirts NEWS OHM) TAKIS Alii Ii'HS SAY S1TYATICX Al I’FAUH UONFKliFXU*; IMTIU(YING. MATTEK EX PM TEH TO KKACH UFI IM I K ttlXOIil SION VERY SOON. OKLAHOMANS ANO TKAANS EXPE* T TO BK OROKRKO HOM FT SOON. Ti t h ips ; oh hav«> never ti,k» t♦ Un.* inn** t*» make a raivvul t*t*t) e* *1; size anti styli Perhaps it*» ©ne has :aket * he trouble to do it tot > on Then Ie’ u*^ help .ou t. a miaul? or lwo- fo i,t i th** right kind ol fit in »h* Mnht Runt O' undereat irhf for 'tut individual- LOOM TO Fhet 0    r 1    abt lur Ct lea'-I ver tit * \v it manx styler In - 'tck. ti all sizes and one-rbve and ttroth*! you’re sure to out -hop (iiiore than pleased with fitting mi- youi b*»d> «* * u or r.’blv I \ la ti ays o it tin?; > mi T a1 vt ay ha* v. • ietail AOI. for W «si 5f*c* $1 I! $2 WEARER. They lit length, s tort. pit out losii P' m i le-liiH . : ht waistline >Jeev t * inst tin* right boulders cut for pointy n. elbow room with-g a bit of the snap-nn “hunehim:*' at cut-- trim and la t h I iet^N f»al I* t> po Vici ? ::    men    and    Ii    it    I*- liar*- at tar bed or col niatrh. Great**#! vu-*:.stetnl colorings alai As to iabric any pr» fer: inmPas * spe- ilk and Mantra-, or pure silk exclusive* Eagle loth o silken lust t- and r. and splendid wearin~ y \ceon;mmlating tanue et s, too Cia I w*av est rhtA tot, ria.. SJL KLOTH *» I !'» it Ii v Jal $1 ^$10 tty the A SMM* la ted l*i*»&a WASHINGTON. April 2 ti. Italian situation in the peace gotintions is '‘clearing rapidly.” cording to ad' ices from Paris reived today at the White Holist was stated that the action taken by President Wilson was ‘‘endorsed everywhere.” Just what developments are ta kina place were not disclosed blit it was e\ ident that the tension was considerably relaxed. Lh** 110- aC .V re- i tht It E. C. 1.1 I IlKI LITs WEATHERFORD A NI* TAHLEQUAH. WILL MJTKT ALVA Iii HYT. By til*' Annu<mt«d Prest* With Orlando's return to Rome. rapid «l«»v* lupine# I of th** attitude of Italy will definitely attourne toward j I mal pract* settlement is experted. It is expect*ti that the decision on (‘.tiling tie italian parliament into s* ss ion will be made at a conference Atween Orlando ami King Victor htnmaiiual im Hied lately on th** forlorn s arri'al at Rome. At Ihiiniu. which Orlando reached yesterday, he was given a great ovation aud acclaimed by the people. The council OI three mot yesterday with Foreign Minister Socinim of italy absent though he remained i . thins. A formal communique is-s i* <i after the meeting said questions relative to Helgoland and Kiel aud disposition of German cables were settled. Violent fighting is reported ill Munich With government troops making giN)und against the soviet force*, 'luntch is virtually isolated from the test of Germany, where things are apparently quieting down in the face os the notification that unless the disorder dosed, food shipments to Germany would be stopped. tty IU*- Assedat*#! Pres* COBLENZ, Germany, April 26.— What may have been the last official review of American troops in Germany look place Thursday when the    90th    Division    of    Oklahoma aud    Texas    troops,    marched    past General Pershing after inspection by him. This function is taken by the    men to indicate    that the    90th will    board    trains on    the    first    stage of the journey home probably not more than a month from now. PREMIER WILL APPRAll BEFORE TA RLI AM EXT A NP THEN KETT RN TO P.AIUS. AMERICA FEEDING Last i'mitral defeated Weatherford and Tahlequah normals" in the i triangular debates Friday evening, j •At Ada tin* decision was unanimous I in favor OI the home team and at j Tahlequah it wa# 2 to I in favor 1 of Ada. Both Ada teams were trained by Prof. M. IL Molloy. Aha debated both Edmond and; M Durant the same evening and the j state championship now lies be- j tween Ada and Alva. The plate ands ; choice of side- will be made in h , i few rays and the championship de- | ;.s ling* Iv under th* I bate held May H.    I'lilted Slates navy LONDON', March 26. iCorre-po»tdenco of The Associated Tress.» Transportation of food to Germany direction of th** but this work The question debated by all team# Swill entail only an addition to th** was Resolved That the Federal vast system of food distribution Government Should Own and Oper-* maintained by the navy since the ate th** Railroads Within the Tern- armistice The system utilized auctors of th** Tutted States.” The ice**fult) in providing for hundred# mallei of how the road* might helot thousands iii the Near East, Bal-acquired was. by agreement, not I Ran*. Poland, Finland and Belgium considered.    Wl*l I*** applied to Germany. At Ada the affirmative was cham-j The navy’s job is to get the food pioned by Weatherford, represent- to til* place desired by Herbert O. ed by A. W. White and Clay Rig- j Hnovel aud to protect it until if is gins. Ada held the negative and was I Ktkeu ©vet bv responsible aulhoii-represented by Dewey Gilmore and Miss Johnnie McMillin Th* affirmative speakers based ihe main part of their argument on the claim that government ownership tends to promote efficiency and that it has proved a success during the period of the war. Th** negotive speakers insisted that rh** operation by the government has been a failure, that it would work a great injury on local communities by depriving them of the taxes now collected from th* roads .that the government would be indifferent to individual needs, t ‘tar it i- unfair to drive progressive builders of the country out of business. and that the system would lead to a plutocratic centralization of power repugnant ti* American ideals Th** judges were Supt#. Canterbury of Checotah, Lounsbury of Geary, and Mr. Lewis of Holdenville* Vt Tahlequah th** Alia team, tasting of Oat he*' Van Meter G oree Baker, represented th finnan'** * id** of the question ti.'- insult named above. ties. Th** navy will see that the supplies at ** transported to Hamburg and Bremen and guard it with warships ald .ten until it*is delivered to per-souk w ho assume responsibility for I - in intuition. Huts far the navy has used ST ships tor food and supplies for people w no could not live without tm ’ - * tile usso tau©#. Of these 63 were manned entirely by navy men and then ; iv Tties * overed a v\ ult* territory. I nill the task ut needing Germany was taken over the most extensive work vv; > cornered in Constantinople v lienee, ii was attempted lo send loo*! to she Rumanians, Armenians .,i.d Serbians. Food sh ps also were st ilt fti*n» Constantinople to Bell ut, Baku ani Consian/.a always wifi ♦ rough lighting ships to insure their protection. Prom \ine*I iran headquarter- a' fmme thousands of Czechs and Jugoslavs have In en led. It had been By th** A-MM-iat*'*! Press TARIS, April 26.- Premier Orlando and colleagues on the Dalian peace delegation will appear before the Italian parliament) Monday next, April 2k. according to the Petit Pariflien. The newspaper adds; "We are i hie to affirm that whatever the outcome of this session the premier and his fellow delegates will immediately leave for Paris and will be prevent in full strength at Versailles on May I.” Report Inaccurate. PARIS, April 26. Report# that Premiers Clemenceau and Lloyd-George approve*! of the statements made by President Wilson on the Adriatic problems was declared to be inaccurate, att announcement made here today declares. Solution licave*. Paris. PARIS, April 26.~ Premier Orlando’s arrival at Rome was announced in an official telephone! message from the Italian capital. Ile was enthusiastically received. Former Premier Sal and rn and Baron Sonnino of the Italian delegation left Paris at 2 o’clock this afternoon. Wilson Orders Precaution Taken. PARIS. April 26. All members of the American peace delegation will meet with President Wilson for a conference at 2 o’clock this afternoon Orders have been sent to Rear Admiral Philip Andrew# commanding American naval forces in the Adriatic directing him to take exceptional precautions to avoid possible disorders in view OI th* tension in Italy. Basement Sale Special Reduction on All HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS MONDAY ONLY Do not miss this big event of one tiny, for this affords you another chance to hay your House-furnishing Goods for spring clean-up time at a special reduction. EXTRA SPECIAL! SEK OTR IHC; SLV WINDOW—VALUES TP TO AO* - Consisting    of    - EXAM EL ST KW ERS. COOKING WARE, CASEROLES, PITCH ERS. AND MANY OTHERS- ALL GOOD ITEMS. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. PHONE 77 SH. SHAW, PROP. IN {.ti iii.stied lit BkiS AOA, OKLA. t* con and af- will* Win* is KKR. < oinliH tiiig A. *. JEFFRIES, th** R ev ital at th** < Xiv Park. Mig '-I* I* npt the loci, I elided, Made » I at ion » aiel fr; i.. aal * it VVI.! *,* lie! i v Ij I v I u WASHINGTON. April ‘J6. A Iii-tie over $ 6 50,000,600 had been subscribed to the Victory Liberty lea and « ffici;-1!' tabulate*! today. INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY i Mi RI TI FR STILL SI MICK IN GERMANI .. A vi reb 2German cot.tinue ti* lake inventories Led ;<vo*ist tills generally the Duetnaut occupied itll* a farmer fin rid to * cows is- ordered by th * • s to scil one to til** loc.!i lent. Each filmic] possess ti* .-I* milk cow is required if ♦♦ v. on** pound of butter each I * , the burgomastei ot his dis-t’ic; f-.»r which bi receive# four i;>!i -    S* mi lur regulations apply to ll f. od turfs, heavy fines being imaged <t ail ras.s OI non-compll- •) ic ne?'. ere Cli' HALF OF OOO Fli OKLAHOMA CITY. April 26. * Special I According to unofficial j, reports by county chairmen approximately $14,000,000 had been subscribed for Victory bonds up to ll o'clock today making one-half of on : i renc he** inemor.* it. en* I ti IJ .IS, ’.net.! . etui ii I ’ oui the some occasion. Tire ■boti Id be recorded mi Elegant Photo- ion* : or an apjmini - Stall’s Studio hit .«y * .a on e ch * }! j o1 tit* Pi chiv A* stimuiatiin $1.2 5 per Drue do. habit*.lilly constipat**d is ark fo di»***aie. because . fn * of iii** impurities dr,,! ♦ g‘ ms ihrive. Get habit quickly by taking U Bitte; s. It is both and purgative. Price bottle. fG win A- Mays Special Agents. Adv. -E-1* PHfJNE IU I—I—I—I* *!—-I* vv*’.* *X“X-1* v Bn > i! r* k>. hoe fitting a pee laity at 4-2a-2t Gklahoma’s quota. Jack.s*>n ;s unofficially reported as having gone over the top. Oklahoma City has the distinction not only of being the first large city in the state to oversubscribe its quota, but in conducting a strictly popular loan, not a single bank having participat ed in th** grand total. It wa# intended that the banks should fill in the breach but by Friday noon both city and county had gone over with a surplus of $50,000. May fourth Victory Sunday will he observed throughout the state in accordance with the president’s proclamation, special abolition being paid to those counties if any there be which may be lagging ut that time. Tilt* northwestern and southeastern counties continue to be slow. d thai th** navy should atli. **r food ami supplies h» j irs lot which they wen intuit cond i Lon# n**ai Fiuuo* a* impracticable. Tram por land is extremely difficult milt with dane* r of interna implications. decided that tie* mod should (■red ai poit, placed in war* * • onm s it a*** * ssar.v and protected by the United States until the hungry ♦•"pie could arrange to take it inland themselves. It has been shown that limier the pressure of necessity lh** people have arranged for inland transportation quickly and were will ag to assume the responsibility et delivery. The staff at Rotterdam is charged with seeing that food for the Poles i> safely delivered at Danzig. The inhabitant# of Danzig were not aware ( ODORED KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO ( ELF BRAT E Tile local lodge of the colored Knights of Pythias and Court of Calanthe will celebrate the 39th period ot the cutler here tomorrow afternoon at th** Colored Baptist church. Iv T. Barbour .a negro of state prominence, and the grand attorney for the order, has been engaged to deliver th* anniversary address. He is Mud to be a very able speaker. The membership ol the local lodge is about thirty and with the visiting Knights the line of march which will begin at their school building at 2:30 o’clock, will be quite imposing. AT IHE PIA! HOUSES AMERICAN. Win. Russell is the star in the pretty love story, Where the West i Begins. It is not only a' very charming story, but it abounds in thrills and rapid fire action. An unusually mum! feature. LIBERTY. Eddie Polo appears in the sixteenth episode of the I.lire of the Circus, it is now rapidly approaching a thrilling climax. Other features of the program "iii i>*. the scree,I magazine, and two amusing comedies. We Moi e Ii* USC1.. Well equipped t • • *.o    .    y kind and size of house. Satisfaction gua*-anteed. Scarbo * ig; . Mc herly. Phone 6S4.    .-24-2St. We have dyed for o ’:    I    us dye for you. Na Me. TU.* Y? lor. Phone 26.    ^-2    ‘-‘It. MINE EMI IN MEXICO KILLS OO ll* tilt* As-oGitU-cJ Press MEXICO CITY. April 26 Mealie and long delayed reports from Chilpancingo. capital of the state of Guerrero, tells of a dynamite explosion in a mine there resulting in th* death of over sixty workers. Twenty-five bodies have been recovered to date. Attention. Pasters. Tin ministers are called to meet Monday at 1:30 P. M. at the First Presbyterian Church. Wallace M Crutchfield. Se*.    ,✓ Y oui g men. our silk shirts ar-* showing great variety in patterns. Bm: Vs.    4-25-2t L* I a .Yam Ad get it for you. county tjlat (he United States would protect J its food as long as it was in port and (viewed with alarm the entrance of a gunboat into the harbor along with | the Westward Ho. the first food ship to arrive. The alarm was so gicaltha! a rumor was spread -over Europe |on the basis of Danzig reports that the AuiericaAS had captured th* j town. The gunboat still is titer** and will remain as long as the shipment# 1 continue. The Belgian relief ships go to Ant-w* ip and what supplies it has been ! possible to send to the Finns have • be* ii directed from the Copenhagen I headquarter* of the navy. The direction of the entire system tis centered in the London head-' a1 afters. jm I HOT JA Ic LAST InArU I C Saturday is the Last Day of i’    w MANY HARK AND UNHEARD OF BARGAINS In the “One Cent’’ Sale Rexall is the Name—Rex (King), All (All) REXALL—KING OF ALL GvOiti Mays Drug Co. Rexall Drug Merchants DIS \STKOTS RAILROAD CY)! J J SI ON AT MEMPHIS By th** A spectated Pre** MEMPHIS, Ten ii., April 26. Five railroad employe# are reported killed and six seriously injured in a collision between an Illinois Central work train and locomotive in the yards near here. l^*\ I .It NOR SPEAKS AT WEATHERFORD PUES. GORDON INVITED TO DELIVER- LBOTTKK Pres. J. M. Gordon has been invited to deliver an address before the student# of the summer session at Henry KondaJl college. The college plan# for a course of lecture* by able men and. Pre#. Gordon Is Invited to deliver one of the series. • WEATHER FORECAST. Continued cloudy and somewhat warmer I# the weather outlook for Sunday. WEATHERFORD. Okla.. April 25. (Special.) Gov. J. IL A. Robert-oii addressed a large audience on the road boud issue here today. He severely criticized local opponent# of the measure and condemned their ■ motives, declaring that they wilfully misrepresented the provision# of the I bill. The governor admonished the people to rally to his support a# a matter of patriotic duty and assured them that the ad valorem tax would not be raised. His audience contained many people from the southwestern part of the state. Suits Tor men young in years or young In heart.—Burk's. 4 25-2t Our ladies’ read-to-wear, gent’# furnishings and shoes are classy.—--Burk’s. JCE MCELREATH MAKES a br; cattle deal From St. Chales (La.) American-Press. A cattle <leal of more than usual - magnitude was consummated in the city yesterday, when John L. Henning sold his entire herd of stock, both horses and cattle, to Joseph Montreat h. the well-known cattleman from Ada, Oklahoma. The consideration in the transaction is approximately $ 100,000, and th** number of cattle is estimated at about 2.5fio he ad. These cattle are on the range I near the sulphur mines, and are fine range cattle. They are in first-class condition, and were delivered to Mr. McElreath subjec to the federal quarantine regulations. They I will be sold on western markets and will compete with cattle from the states celebrated for their fine ! stock Mr. McElreath will    ship the i beeves to Oklahoma in the near fii- ; titre, perhaps before the middle of i May. Those will be sold on the markets by Mr. McElreath, who is very actively engager!    in cattle transactions throughout    the west and southwest. A large herd of the ; stock will be kept here in Louisiana as Mr. McElreath i# interested in a I number of transactions here and ex- I pert# to spend some time here at ! intervals in the future. Mr. Henning is retiring from the cattle business, and will devote himself to other interests in the fit- j ture.  . ------ Mr and Mrs. 8. E. Barnett returned to their home in Idabel, j Okla.. today after spending the j past week with Rev. and Mrs. C. C. J Morris.* Mr. Barnett is cashier of the First National bank at that place. Complimenting Rev. and Mrs. Morris. Mr. Bennett just casually stated to the reporter that it was I he end of a perfect week. Close-out price on all our ladies’ pattern hats.—Burk’s.    4-25-2t New Summer Fabrics for Hoi 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 in figures, plaids and stripes. Priced From 25c to $1.75 Yard The Surprise Store , Established 1903 . J15-H71. West Main St. • V' Phone 117    * ’.ay k I v • ip •,* -    ^tv • - ■ * . *.    *    • ut ;