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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ttyyt £Jtia Cbemng VOLUME XVI. NUMBER ll ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Yo ii idea of satisfaction anti our idea 01 service are the same thing. You must feel content wilt* what you purchase here before we consider we’ve done what we want to do for you Y \)Y can see the style in the picture; you’ll see it even better in the looking glass when you come in and try on one of these new waist-searn suits. You’ll just begin to realize what value you’re getting for your money when you see the prices. The months of good wear and continued good looks will make you appreciate it to the full. vT'cht 1*19 Hart S ba Ut iff A Mars Special Designs for Businiss Men All-Wool for Long Ii ear You business prefer more tive models just as good just as good men who eonserva- will find stvle and % values in the spring fabrics. and summer Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are always all-wool — no matter what happens. You can depend on them to wear well and keep their shape. PRICES: $25, $30, $35 to $50 STEVENS-WILSON CO. COUNCIL or THREE IN SESSION ACAIN ii* of (Im \- PARIS thr*-* I'r*" April 30 let today earlier Than usual, tram wa- announced lievcd that the Italian - The council half an hour While no pro-it was hesitation as developed by the parliamentary endorsement of the Italian delega-was to be considered over Kiao Chau re- tion"* po-ition and discussion Rumfd. Foi Hart service bilith’• ear Drat Phone Store. No. 6. Resi dence Phone Service Man 4 hi R Downing, th** 4-30-ft* Mrs. Hail ill todaj -limner reported •:* ♦> INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY oi hts return from the trenches, is some occasion. The memories should be recorded in one of our Elegant Photographs. Phone for an appointment. I * •I* * •9* I ▼ Stairs Studio CHONK HI .j. ♦ Let a Want Ad Ret it for you. Get a Victrola for Your Home Style V Stvle IX XI $9(1 $115 Others up to $300 Latest VICTOR and COLUMBI Records A “Mickv”________S5c “Johnny’s in Town 85e "Look What My Boy Got in France." I HAYWOOD TOLD WIT LOSES CAH WD Al.MOST DROWNED IX ATTEMPT TO CROSS. WITH TREATY OY ERW HPJ JLI I Xii VOTE OF UIS-Cl DENCE RIVEN ITALI AN PREMIER. ! IU tin- Annotated Rresi ROME, April 30.—Premier Orlando's government was given a vote of confidence by 382 to 4 0 last night by the Italian parliament. The premier laid before parlia-1 inulgee where ment the details of his demands for Flume and Dalmatian coast districts and said the iaternational situation is grave at present and very grave for Italy, declaring it to be Itulv’s duty to maintain an attitude of “calm and serenity.” Orlando reiterated that the treaty of London did not prevent the allies from considering the Fium*» situation from the Italian viewpoint and that moreover the allies ha<i admitted they were in nowise bound regarding Flume since they considered themselves capable of agreeing lo the freedom of that city. Lloyd-Goorge. has sent one lieutenants to that Italy ream! confider Vol several days the report has been current that the new low water bridge near Francis was unsafe and that it had been sinking. The reports were confirmed about ten o'clock this morning when Haywood Tolbert, son of Hon. Sid Tolbert, who lives two miles southwest of Ada, in attempting to cross the bridge in a Ford car drove off the bridge at a point where a section had washed out and came very 1 * 1 ' Hie As-o* Ut<-<1 Press near losing his life. PARIS, April 30.— It is planned Young Tolbert had the car pack- in peace conference circles to go ed with all his personal belongings ahead with the treaty without re-and was making his way to Ok-! gard to action by Italy as it is FIRST . READING WITH GER. MANS PRESENT FRIDAY OR KATI RDAV. he was going to take work. It appears that the rains of yesterday and last evening, in the northern part of the state, had swollen the stream until the bridge considered probable that the Italian delegation will not return and could not return within the present week. Delivery of a draft of the treaty and first exchanges with the was covered with water .obscuring | Germans will occur .therefore, it to such an extent that young \ without participation of Italy and Tolbert did not observe the wash- it is said in American quarters the out ca •• the until w ere . car in It is reported that the Glitch premier. of his most trusted Orlando with a plea consider her action the matter further. 33 COUNTIES OE OKLAHOMA OVER HELD AT FITZHUGH A meeting of the representative citizens of the little town of Fitzhugh and vicinity, assembled in Fitzhugh’^ magnificent public school building, was addressed by Prof. J. M. Gordon of this city, the question being that of the $50.-ouO.OOrt bond issue for roads, soon to be \oted on by the voters of Oklahoma Mr Gordon was introduced by Lie principal of rho schools of Fitzhugh, and for over an bour he discussed th* 1 question of the bonds in a most able manner, meeting the arguments of the opponents of the bonds and convincing his audience that ho had given the question much thought and that he was fa-miliar with all filets involved in the controversy. Mr. Gordon is sincere in his belief that the proposed bond issue is good, and that it should prevail, and his untiring efforts in behalf of the measure are bearing fruit if the applause he received at Fitz-hnrh is any indication. The speaker of the evening was accompanied by Marvin Brown and wife, J. C. Ray and city commissioner W. IL Jones .all of this city. \ Mr. Gordon will address the voters of (Voter on the same question this evening OKLAHOMA CITY’, April 30. (Special I Beaver county broke the ice in the northwestern part of the state by going over the top this morning in the Victory Loan dri\e. Tins, however, was unofficial. Oklahoma still main tans her lead in tin- Tenth District notwithstanding a slump in receipts of subscriptions yesterday. N. R. Graham, state director, believes that this lead can bt maintained to the end with the proper efforts exerted by county and community committees in securing subscriptions and the banks in submitting official reports. Counties now officially over are: Alfalfa, Beckham, Caddo, Cleveland. Custer. Garfield. Grady. Harmon. Greet, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Ottawa. Pontotoc, and Tillman counties. which have unofficially reached their quotas are Beaver, Comanche. Dewey. Garvin, Grant, Hughes. Jackson, Jefferson. Love, McIntosh. Murray, Noble. Nowata. Ok In akee. Oklahoma, Usa:-* . Roger Mills. Stephens. Washita. tin* front wheels of the ft the bridge. He threw’ reverse and attempted to make his escape, hut his efforts were in vain. The car with all Us contents plunged into the river and was lost, and up to this writing no irac^ of it has been found. Mr Tolbert disentangled him* se!: after the car plunged into the water, but as he was so near exhaust*^ in the effort that he would have been drowned had it not been for some women on the bank near by who threw him a rope and drew Ire* to shore. It has since been learned that one or two other parties living on h» east >ide of the river came near meeting with th** same accident last evening, but this information, of course, was unknown to Mr, Tolbert. The news of the washout will cause much discomfiture in this locality, as the people had hoped that the* low water bridge would prove a success and solve what has heretofore been a difficult trad-* problem for Francis and Ada. procedure will go forward steadily till the signing of the treaty. The first reading with the Germans present will probably take place Friday afternoon or Saturday when the pact will be presented. The French view is that the Germans may ask for two weeks delay but (this is a matter of conjecture, as there is no pie- cise information tions. of German inten- MAY DAY TO BE AT I $ GOOD CLOTHES for Af en, Young Men and .TJoq.s Lots of good reasons for adopting OUR CLOTHES—style, tail->ring. value, service they’re of ‘qual importance to you. Each of these points is in-Itantlv apparent in Our Clothes even an unskilled eye can resd-ly recognize them. They mean rom* complete satisfaction And then the prices—the basis >f value make your economy certain. The quality assures value in long service the price protects economy through the mediate figures asked for them. MEN’S SUITS SCHLOSS KROS. (Clothes Beautiful! MAYER KIWIS. SPE!RO $1.1 to &19.50. BOYS’ SUITS “WOOLY KOY” “MOTHER’S FAVORITE” ftft.Oft to $17.50. Al! ATH LETH FN DERU EA R For Slimmer sizes of good materials and «5o to $1,95. well made. DEPA RTM EN T S TORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. I .-(Mhlfstied In 1903 ADA,OKLA. BIGGEST WAR SHIP LAUNCHED Si IT ll-DKEADN.%1 GMT, TENNESSEE, MOST POWERFUL ON THE SEAS. East Central will observe the aft-I ternoon or May I as a holiday and ! institute what is hoped to he an j annual picnic. As so much time has* been lost from recitation work this school year it is not deemed expedient to take the entire day. On the other hand, all the classes of the day will b** held in the forenoon, each period being shortened so as to make this possible. At 1:30 p. rn. tin' start will be made to the C’t\ Lake, at which place various games and stunts will be participated in. Not the least attraction will he the gasoline launch that has been placed upon the lake. Mr. Overby has promised a popular price to the students. The Ada Country Club has generously given , fishing privileges to the school for j TW this occasion. At tv o’clock tile! .school will lunch in groups such as inclination naturally forms. It is believed that the occasion will be very pleasant and one that will tend to increase the helpful school spirit that now exists. KIAO CHAU ROW T SETTLED HEAVY EARTHQUAKE IS By th«‘ AMi-'H-iatcd Press PARIS, April 30.-—A formula for the solution of the problem of Kiao Chau province, w’hich it is hoped will remove the probability’ of a definite break and prove mutually acceptable to the Chinese and the Japanese governments, has been reached by the powers, according to an authoritative statement today. The nature of the solution is not disclosed, however. H tin' Ass -.I I*!•*'>- WASHINGTON April 30.—A very severe and prolonged earthquake estimated to have cc*ntered between 4,000 and 4,100 miles from Washington was recorded early at the Georgetown University seismological observatory. Piano Need Tuning? Bishop .the Reliable Tuner from Oklahoma City, is still here. Phone 206. 4-30- Wed Sr Sat ON COLD IN DRINKS EFFECT MAY I NEW YORK ENJOINS NEW WAR TAXES IU Itll* Prrss NEW YORK, April 30.— The world's most powerful battleship, the super-dread n«u Kb t Tennessee, was successfully launched today, sliding down the ways at 0:45 o’clock. Over 75,000 persons witnessed the launching of the 32,000 ton monster which will cost $15,-000,000 when completed. She will have a speed of twenty-one knots per hour and her eight water tube boilers will develop 20,000 horse power. I The tax of Ic on every soft drink selling for 10c or less goes into effect May I. This is collected by the seller and turned over to the internal revenue collector’s office. Tii*. bes>t shoe hospital. Dilapidated and run down shoes put on your feet again good as new. Bennett & Snead. Ill N. Broadway. 4-4-lmo* WEATHER FORECAST. Cloudy is the weather forecast for Thursday. AOA PHONE RATES AV III (Im* A**<<»» iii i«*i| I*r*">s ALBANY, April 30.—Supreme Court Justice Rudd today upheld the contention of the public service commission that increased rates by the New York telephone company and Western Union telegraph company were illegal and unlawful and issued injunction orders preventing enforcement of the increases which were ordered by the postmaster general. AT THE PLAY HOUSES IWO BOYS PLEAD CUILTY TO LARCENY AMERICAN. Another installment of Houdini, the great mystery story. Tom Mix is featured in the western drama, barring in Western Stuff. The Girl on the Box is a most amusing comedy. LIBERTY. The Olympia Maids appear in a brand new program that will please young and old. The picture program presents Cecil B. DeMilles in a modern version of the famous play, Th** Squaw’ Man. Ada is anions the numerous Oklahoma towns affected by Burleson’s latest order raising telephone rates. The local manager stated that the new schedule would he given out Thursday. The corporation commission, it is reported from Oklahoma City, .will take no action at this time, but when the lines are returned to the owners will then have jurisdiction j and may then take up the matter of rates. A «• ti 22 MEN KILLED IN MINE EXPLOSION Marvin Baker and Alex Hallmark were arrested near Tupelo Tuesday on charge of burglarizing the store of Ed Smith at Lulu the night before. The officer stated that they had part of plunder with them when apprehended. In view* of the youth of the accused, the county attorney filed a charge of petit larceny to which I hey entered a plea of guilty Justice Brow’n's court. He as- tn sensed a penalty of $100 and thirty days in jail for each and they will be put on th** toad to work it out. TOTAL DEATHS IN VT, s. ARMY 111,179. WASHINGTON, April 29.—The surgeon general today reported the total number of deaths reported in the army during the war to date as 111,179. II} the Associated 1‘rcsN BIRMINGHAM. Ala., —The revised casualty shows twenty-two men eight seriously injured April 30. list today killed and as the re sult of the explosion yesterday in the Majestic coal mine near here. Two of the dead were white men. disease, nix per 43 per cent cent from Of this total 56,639, or 51 per cent were from in battle and other injuries. Of the deaths from disease about 12,000 have occurred since hostilities ceased. WIFE DOING GOOD WORK * I BAIL OE SEMINOLE CO. MAN FIXED AT $25,000 E Gwin <S- Mays Drug Co. T Phis morning the habeas corpus petition ol J. M. Grisso, charged with killing John Brisco at Seminole May 29, came up for hearing in district court. The court j fixed the hail of the defendant at j $25,000. His attorney stated that I he could easily make this in Seminude county. By the A><N<u'iun‘,l Brens NEW YORK, April reports received by American Cable Company Salvador agent indicate 30.—Cable the South from San that the earthquake tw*o days ago may prove as disastrous as the great earthquake of 1917, when much property was destroyed and hundreds of lives lost. “I have been bail off with stomach trouble and bloating for many years. No doctors or medicine helped me. On the advice of my druggist I bought a bottle of Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy and I don’t want to miss a single dose. It has given nit* more benefit than all the medicine I have ever taken. I feel I 'ara doing good to recommend it to others.” It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestis a1 tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach. liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. —Gwin Sc Mays Drug Company and Druggists everywhere.— Adv. Miss Cody day after a Miss Myrtle returned to. Francis to-vislt with‘her friend, Smith. NEW SUMMER FOOTW EAR WHICH WTI iii GIVE KOLISH AND GRACE TO THE NEW FEMININE APPAREL. These new styles are finer in appearance and more dignified than the models of last year. Women who appreciate dainty Pumps and Oxfords which revel with those graces which make a boot show up real smartly on the foot will manifest such enthusiasm in making •elections from our showing. OXFORDS AND PUMPS IN KROWN AND BLACK Kill AND PATENT I Viced to $9 Tkt Surprise Stork Kit a bashed 1903 ' 415*117 West Main Phone 117
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