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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Cfje gfoa Cbenmg  VOLUME XVI  NUMBER 42  ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY I, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Your idea of sa > ;si action aud our idea of service are the same thing You must feel content with uhai you purchase here before we consider we’ve done what "e want to do for v<»u  HartSctialer&Marx style and value  Y  ’OU call 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-seam suits.  You'll just begin to realize  what value you're getting  for your money when von • % %  see the prices. The months of good wear and continued good looks will make you appreciate it to the full.  f*. eg! ?    "19    Hart    ntudfiwr    JC    Matt  Special Designs for Businiss Men  You business men who prefer more conservative models will find just as good style and just good values in the spVmg and summer fabrics.  All-Wool for Long Wear  Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are always all-wool - im matter what  happens, pend on well aru shape.  You can de-them to wear keep their  PRICES:  $25, $30, $35 $50  ti  S SIU MM  KHIM MHT OF WASHING OLT OF CAN A IM AA HIU DOK KHOV KS KHUON ROCS.  The report of Haywood Tolbert, who lost his Ford car and came neat losing his life in an attempt i to cross the Canadian River yesterday morning, to the effect that the new low water bridge near Fran- 1  cis had washed out proves to be in-| correct.  A reporter for the News visited the bridge this morning, and, while the water is still over the bridge at a depth of at least two feet, men I at work there clearing the driftwood Informed him that they had j cross* d the bridge on foot and with a wagon and that it was still In* ; tact.  The bridge bas no doubt settled to some extent on the west side, near the bank of the river* but it is pot thought that, it In any way weakens or impairs the bridge.  It is now certain, according to the statements of those working on the bridge and living near by, that Mr. Tolbert, who lost his car on the bridge yesterday morning, simply lost sight of the direction of the bridge on account of the driftwood and high water and drove off the edge  Workmen engaged in clearing the brid a* 1  of driftwood have made more or less search for Mr. Tolbert’s car, but their efforts so far have been in vain.  No one has been able to cross the bridge by auto during the last twenty-four hours, but the stream is receding and traffic can possibly be resumed by tomorrow morning.  JAPS REFUSE IE MEET P  I  A l>\l sum    IX MUSCH*    AGAINST  CONCESSIONS AT PRACK CONFFKFN4 F.  I Rf : fi»* A *>*•*•    l*r»s*  TORIO. May I. The diplomatic j advisory council voted toda> to ad-> here lo Japan's attitude relating to Shantung Peninsular and make no concessions or compromise at j Paris. according to newspapers here. I This was formerly part of China but was seised by Germany about 25 years ago and fortified. It was captured by the Japanese early in the war and China has insisted that it be returned to her as the right-  F1 HST OFFICIAL MUFTI NG AT V KUS AI LUKS St TI FDI XKI M KOU AKTKHNOON.  L. of J. Hike.  The L. of J. will go on a fishing > hike Saturday afternoon. They will meet at the normal at 2:00 P M. Every boy is to bring his lunch with him   —4*—........—---  When you want milk and it to come from a pure herd of cows that iii free from tuberculin, phone 780.    4-3©-6t*  UVU POLICE ll BE NEEDED  ful owner Japan  a claim resisted by  IU Uu* A^MM iateit Ureh*  TARIS. May I. The first official meeting between allied representatives and German delegates will take place at 3 o’clock this afternoon. A committee from the allies and Knifed States w ill receive j the German credentials at that time, j Question of Authority.  TAKIS, May I. Adequacy of powers conferred upon German delegates and the question as to what I extent they are qualified to speak j for Bavaria, which came suddenly to j the front today may furnish occa-j aion to postpone the presentation of the freal> bv allied council  $  GOOD CLOTHES  for Men. Y oung Men and  Lots of good reasons for adopting OTR CLOTHES style, tanning, value, service- they’re of 'qual importance to you.  Each of these points is in-ttantly jtpparent in Our Clothes even an unskilled eye can readily recognize them. They mean cour complete satisfaction.  And then the prices the basis »f value make your economy •ertain. The quality assures value iii long service- the price pro-eets economy through the mod-»rate figures asked for them.  MEN’S SUITS  St THA MSS HIU MS.  I Clothes Beautiful)  MAV KH HHOS.  STEI HO SIA to Mji.TO.54M.  BOYS’ SUITS  “WOOLY HOY” •MOTHER’S FAVORITE** *5.00 to *17.50.  AT HI. KT IC CNIMKHW KA 11  For Summer  A ii sizes of good materials aud «5o to $1.95. well made.  MAaws,  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW. PROP.  KfrtAhlifthed in 1908  AOA. OKLA.  I  I INTRODUCING I BABY TO DADDY  A  on hi?- return I rom th** 4* trenches, is some occasion. The inomori*** shout* be recorded in one of our Elegant Photographs Phone for .rn appointment  DANIK!*  WIL!  I HINKS LEAGUE PLAN • ILL FOK LARGE FORCE.  Bf th*' Associated Tres*  COPENHAGEN. May I A ring of government troops is closing around Munich, according to Berlin dispatches. The village of Shon-gau uud Uniting have been cap  tured from the soviet forces without loss. They are about forty miles northwest of Munich.  Attention, Methodist toadies.  It any of you have been missed by the one who has your street, please phone 209. We want you to come to the banquet.    5-1-11.  \V KATH ER FORECAST.  Friday fair, is the weal bef man’s idea.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  TH HEK RETURNED KOH MOKE CHINA GUTS TERRITORY; JAPAN POSTAGE AND ONE UN ATED I GIVEN fXXMNO.MIC PMYIX N. C.    I LU JKS.  Stairs Studio  rn  rn  PHONE Bt  T  I  1  I  I  I  LONDON. May I. A large naval internal!* :  4  police force will be necessary nder the League of Nations phi . iiunediately after peace is declared, in the opinion expressed by th* Oner lean secretary of the navy Jos* pfieus Daniels and one of the obje* of his trip abroad is to discuss w sn tile Italian. French and British admiralties details of this force pat biliary the type of vessels desirable.  Get a    Victrola for Your Home  Style IX________$9ii  Style XI_______Stir,  Others up to $300  Latest VICTOR and . COLUMBIA Records  “Mickv”________N5c  “Johnny’s in 85c  Town  “Look What My Boy Got in France.”  kt> :ln A*.«.«*,■!.! i . (J Pres*  ! NEW YORK. May I. Three more infernal machines mailed in the May day plot to kill prominent men (were reported discovered at Olm- j tl,D ^ bel’s department store, bat lug been innocently returned thereat)} post-} office authorities for additional <  ! postage They w ere said to be addressed to United States Senators.  ! This makes thirty-nine bombs fn-i tercepted in the mails in various ' cities addressed to various prominent men and all bearing Gimbei I Bros printed w rappers, declared by ! store officials to be raked. Hundreds of detectives watched the haunts of j every known radical today and a general roundup is expected before nightfall.  One for Senator Overman.  WASHINGTON. May I. The Salisbury, N. C. postmaster today tele-j graphed the postoffice department that a package containing a bomb I similar to those discovered in New York has been received there addressed to Senator Overman.  t  By iii*' A*-v.jill,.,I I‘re**  FARIS. May I.    All    German'  rights at Kiao Chan and in Shun-j province are to be transferred ; without reserve to Japan, accord-! ing to an agreement reached by  s  the council of three yesterday. Ja- j pan voluntarily agrees to hand! Shantung Province intact to China, j retaining only the economic privil-1 eges granted to German> aud the' right to establish a settlement at j Tsing Tao, south of Ki^o Chau..  The American delegation regards this as the best possible solution to the Far-Eastern question with-j out precipitating another^break Bim- \ ilar to the italian trouble. Japanese! delegates are pleased over the trans-1 fer but the Chinese withhold any statement.  Al THE PIA!  LESSER DETAILS DF TREATY CONSIDERED  IJH FRT Y.  Au entire change of program by the Olympia Maids, who will present the farce comedy, It Happened in Plazazza. The picture program presents Carmel Myers in The Little White Savage, a story of the adventures of a child kidnapped by a circus man to be exhibited in the* South Sea Islands as a freak.  AMERICAN.  The Greatest Thing in Life is a wonderful story of an American snob who found himself and the answer to the question of the greatest thing in life while rn the trenches of France. The picture answers the question.  It) lilt* Assv*«*iilt*‘*l Prpl PARIS. May I. The ser detail* of the peace taken up by the council day, among them the  \annus les-t peaty were j of three toques! ion of  the disposition of captured German cables. With the Kiao Chau problem disposed of the Adriatic question is the only highly important matter remaining unsettled.  Dr. 4Jordon to Oklahoma City.  Gtfin <S- Mays Drug Go.  Congressman Tom D. McKeown left Wednesday morning for Drumright after a visit of three days in Shawnee.—Shawnee News-Herald.  Dr. J. M. Gordon will leave on the early Katy Friday for Oklahoma City to attend the National Rural school conference. Hon. J. L. Mc-Brien of he Naional Deparmont of Education has charge of the conference. Prof. Tom Butcher of Emporia, Kan., will lead in the discussion of how every body and girl may secure a high school education without breaking the home ties. Dr. Gordon will discuss the paper of Prof Butcher.  NEW SUMMER FOOTWEAR  WHICH WILL GIVE POLISH AND GRACK 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 Ijoot show' up real smartly un the foot will manifest such enthusiasm in making selections from our showing.  OXFORDS AND PIMPS IN BROWN • AND BLACK KID AND PATENT Priced $5 to $0   

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