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Publication: Ada Evening News May 2, 1919

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Stoa Choring VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 43 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY C ~A'Q0 W uffi MMS L CO .4. w ear Eagle Skirts Summer time is shirt-sleeve time, and we are prepared with just the shirts you’ll want. They have the fabric, style and fit put into them that any man will like. Full cut for comfort (in the body). Close fit for style (in the cuffs). Fast color (for service). Wear warranted (for security). Distinctive fabric patterns (for exclusiveness). Fair prices (for economy). MADRAS, $1.50 10 $3 SILK AND “SILKLOTH" $4    $12.50 Like many other good lines of merchandise, Eagle Shirts are sold in Ada only bv us. OF TREATY WIW, Iii: SUBMITTED TO OKU- MOUNTAINS Kl FTK ION OU TWENTY MAN I >KL FOAT KS MONDAY    SECTIONS DKKIMMi A FT Kl {NOON    TE    KA I S. I!> Uh* A v>.m ut !«>«) Cli'N!. I! the work of carrying oui The last phase of peace negotiations progresses according to the program outlined in Cat is dispatches, Cie treaty ending tin* Ureal War will probably be signed eai*l> iii the week beginning May 25. The treaty will bt* presented to the Germans next Monday afternoon. Reports from peace conference circles indicate ii is to be a • victors' peace” and there will be no oral conversation except merely formalities when the treaty is handed over. Fifteen days will the enemy to consider mein with au additional for exchange tit views. Italy is still unrepresented, but her ambassador bas been invited to attend such conference as ii regular peace delegation from J country would attend. Germany's    rep resen tat i\ es changed credentials with the yesterday, the meeting being brit*' and formal. Foreign Minister } von llrockdorfl-Rantzau seemed almost overcome with a sense of his {country*# defeat alien con iron I et! by 11 h« allied delegation I he given the docu-f ive days that ex- allies very 1 I tv I Im* A "»«wi;i I «><| Pm‘NS | PARIS, May 2.- The peace treaty j comprises from fifteen to twenty* chapters, according to Marcel Hutin, j writing in the Echo de Paris. The ! preamble contained in the first j chapter sets forth the reasons why J various contracting parties entered* the war and mentioning tin* necessity for the creation of a league of nations. Pile second and third chapters deal with frontiers and contain all clauses connected with alterations of frontiers resulting iii changes in sovereignty of territory. Tile fourth sets forth military, na\a I and aerial clauses and the fifth takes up the disposition of German colonies. Other chapters are not as yet finished, hut they will d**a! with reparations, noinic and financial questions international labor legislation, treaty concludes, according to tin. with a chapter concerning eco- and The Hu- guar- antees tor execution of conditions by Germany. Nm al Terms of Treaty. PARIS, May 2. Naval terms to be embodied in the peace treaty with Germany which have finally been completed, do not provide for the sinking of the larger German warships. The disposition of these vessels i- left to be decided later by allied abd associated powers. $ GOOD CLOTHES for Men, Young Men end fBoys Lots of good reasons for adopt-ug 'OUR CLOTHES--style, tanning. value, service they’re of •qual importance to you. Each of these points is instantly apparent in Our Clothes even an unskilled eye can read-ly recognize them. They mean rour complete satisfaction. And then the prices—tile basis »f value make your economy certain. The quality assures value in long service—the price projects economy through the mod-rate figures asked for them. MEN S SUITS SFH KOSS KKOS. (Clothes Beautiful > MAV EK KROS. SEKI KO sir* to $39.30. i awa AI BUDAPEST POLICE FIND I OI IHM >\\N Kist, I I KIHN WO WO rilOOl*N HIXON TO ENTKIl CITY. in lit    I    *    Vt VIENNA, May 2. King Ferdinand et Rumania, accompanied by I French generals, is about to enter Budapest, capital of tin* head et his Hoop; {dispatch to the Nieue says. Hungary, at a Bucharest Freie I’resse HOISE RAIDED MAV PROVE HK AIKJI ARTERS FOK HOMB IM AVT. BOYS’ SUITS “WOOLY ROY” MOTHER’S FAVORITE’ $3.00 to $17.30. ATHLETIC I NOER WEAK For Summer All sizes of good materials and 03c to $1.95. well made. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in 1908 ADA. OKLA. ANOTHER FEVER KILLED €. M. Chauncey received a telegram yesterday, addressed to his son. Charles, who hal already left for Florida, stating that one of his hest friends, a flyer at the same post. had just met his death. It seems that the machine caught tire in flight and burned up. burning the driver to death in the seat ut his machine. W. M. COOPER HOME FROM CALIFORNIA: 4* INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY v •5* ot< f trench* -memo* a in one graphs. rue*» f r et til ii 11 oft j ~ some oceeS’O The should be recorded oui Elevan* Photo- ►hore * 11r .*n *.pi**nm* A. •i- V I I Stairs Studio A    _________ VV. M Cooper and family arrived last evening from California, where they spent several months. Mr. Cooper and' the entire family are enjoying splendid health and he likes the climate of California, but he is glad to get back to the state ot Oklahoma. Mr. Cooper said when they arrived in sight of Ada that it was the most welcome sight thai bad ever greeted his eyes The wife OI Dr. John Rickman. en English physician, was formerly a resident of Hull House, Chicago Sue and her husband have resided ♦ Viny Day Riots in V. S..    ♦ ♦    CLEVELAND, Ohio. -Out* ♦ ♦ man dead, three policemen shot ♦ ♦ 200 persons severely injured. ♦ ♦ One hundred arrested.    ♦ ♦    ROXBURY. Mass. Five in- ♦ jured aud 112 persons arrest- ♦ cd.    <ft» CHICAGO One policeman in- ♦ ♦ jured, him men and women ♦ ♦ arrested.    ♦ ♦ NEW YORK.- Soldiers and ♦ ♦ sailors raid office of Call, so- ♦ ♦ cialist newspaper, throwing out ♦ ♦ employes.    ♦ ♦ Denver. Colo. Six thousand ♦ ♦ railroad shops craftsmen hold ♦ ♦ one-day strike in behalf of 4* ♦ Debs and other Imprisoned ♦ ♦ radicals. -> *r *i* + «i- •(♦ + + •*• *t* *'* 4*    +    -f* AT THE PLA! HOUSES IU th«- A I* i. imed Pron* NEW YORK, May 2. A large {quantity of explosives confiscated by police and federal agents at a house j tit West Forty-fifth street, was benin examined at police headquarters today in connection with investigation tit the May Day conspiracy to kill a number of prominent men by sending bombs through tin* mail. Officials announced that the house was raided last night bv the police “bomb squad.” To Carry Heavy Loads. One way of carrying two buckets of water with the least possible expenditure of energy is the hoop-carrying method of Macedonia. There a small boy will carry a man’s load by walking inside a hoop which keeps the weight free from the body and distributes     —• pressure.    .    .    . , . „ bv lh** Associated I fess ..... *.......... *..........  ■    1'    FARIS.    May    2.    Bavarian    gov- I*1 only a lew cities of Western eminent troops captured Munich Siberia are there two-story houses from th* conn nun isis Thursday Baths in houses are very rare, pub- morning, according to advices reaoh-lic baths being used.    ing Baris today. tor many months with the Russiau peasants while connected with a British Red Cross unit and have found those humble people to be pathetically anxious for education. Get a Victrola for Your Home to_. Latest VICTOR and COLUMBIA Records $90 —-$IK> pm) Mickv” Soc Johnny’s in Town \ &** Look What My Boy Got in France.” AM ER DAN. Dorothy Dalton is presented in the Fat amount drama, Quicksands. It is a pretty lov»* story with a strong appeal. It is a story of a I good girl and wife amid pitfalls. The picture gives Ute outcome. I .I RE RT A’. The olympia Maids appear in the special attraction, The Land of Morrocco. The picture program pte-: senti* Edward Earle in the drama, On** Thousand Dollars, adapted from the story by that name. When Allen Baker of St. Louis started up his limousine that he hat! left standing in front of a I business building he felt something dragging and saw people on the I sidewalk laughing, and found khat I some man in parking his flivver had J crowded it up against the rear of Baker's car, jatning the fender into the) other car so that it was pulled along behind when Baker drove a w a v. The peanut is a •leguminous plant, that is, it grows in pods like peas and beans, it i« also known by the names ground pea, ground nut and goober. Its place of nativity is not known .but it is thought to come from Africa. It is cultivated extensively in all tropical countries, including Africa, which supplies the I European market. LEAGUE OFFICIALS MUST FACE TRIAL tty I !»• AsMM-i.iird l*r»\sv ST. FAUL. Minn.. May 2. A. C. I Townley, president of til** National j Non Partisan League, and Joseph Gilbert. league organizer. must stand trial in Jackson county on. ! chai g< s oi disloyalty, the stat** sn- \ pi* im* court ruled today. The de-1 vision ut the Jackson county dis- ! lr.ct court, overruling demurrers j brought by Townley and Gilbert.1 was sustained. 7/ ’N i i and May slip bat- ; and A WISK HEAR. This morning while softly silt ally fell the first refreshing sh* wcr that caused milady to lilt a coat and steal from the terc'v bench that old wash tub p6s< it under the dripping eaves in lieu of giving her hair a soft lathery bath. "Cannon” one of the chief moguls of the Chamber of Commerce and the self-appointed member and promoter of the Red Cross and Elks Club, on passing down the sidewalk In the midst of the down pout* taught his spectators a lesson in thrift when he stuck his brown head under the sparkling stream of Adam’s Ale that camo dashing from a gutter and proceeded to make clean his kinky black t fesse s his way after which rejoicing. he went od T I Gut in Mays Drug Co. Miss Louise B. lams of Madison township. Pennsylvania, who died recently, directed in her will that the revenue derived from her farm, valued at $30,000, be devoted to the care of four dogs, which were her pets, and the court has appointed a guardian for the dogs accordingly ll> tile Associate*! Press WARRENTON, Pa., May 2 - The body of Benny Richards, negro, was riddled with bullets and then burned early today when he surrendered to a posse near a swamp where he had taken refuge yesterday after killing his wife, shooting at her sister and at a white man who inquired concerning the trouble. ARE YOU PLANNING NEW INTERIOR FURNISHINGS? You will find much to interest you here. Our new Drapery materials in then marvelous colorings and designs, the cool-airy, tm cze-wooing Voiles, Marquisettes and Swisses tor curtains fairly bristle with suggestions for the woman contemplating changes in her home. Before you even think of doing any refurnishing in your home yon must visit hut Drapery section. Come in and indulge your appreciation of these beautiful materials to your heart’s content. PRICES: 35c TO $1.25 YARD i Let a Want Ad get it for you. Copenhagen expects to take an important part in Scandinavian and Baltic trade. The city was made a free port in I $ 95. fie Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: May 2, 1919

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