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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             toning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 43 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY vvear Eagle Shirts 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 Close fit for style (in the Fast color (for Wear warranted (for Distinctive fabric patterns (for exclu- Fair prices (for MADRAS, SILK AND "SILKLOTH" Like many other good lines of mer- chandise, Eagle Shirts are sold in Ada only bv us. SUIMITTKD TO DKLKiiATKS MONDA AKTRHXOOX F1FTKKX OK TWKXTY SHCTIONS I TERMS. STEVENS-WILSON CO. tho work carrying out she !a.st phase   be a "vic- tors' peare" ii.-.d then- will be no oral conversation except merely for- malities when tile treaty is hiinded over. Kil'ieen days will be given tile enemy lu consider the docu- ment with all additional five 'flays for exchange of Italy is unrepresented, but. her ambassador has been invited 10 attend sued conference as a reg- ular peace from that country would attend. (lerntany's representatives ex- ch.'i.n.s.vd credentials witli the allies yesterday, thr meeting -bi'hiK very brief and formal. Foreign Minister von Hroi'Uilurl'l'-Rantzjiii seemed al- most overcome with u sense of his rummy's defeat wlu-n confronted by the allii'd delegation. I Mir AsMn-liiled I'n-.-.-i i PAKIS, May peace treaty j comprises from fifteen to twenty chapters, according to Marcel Hutin, I writing in the Echo de Paris. The preamble contained in the first j chapter sets forth, the reasons why various contracting.' parties entered the war and mentioning the neces- sity for the creation of a league of nations. The second and third chapters deal with trontiers und contain all clauses connected with alterations of frontiers resulting in changes in sovereignty of territory. The fourth sets forth military, nuvnl und aerial clauses and the fifth takes up the disposition of German c-olonies. Other chapters are not as yet finished, but they will deal with reparations, 'eco- nomic und financial fiueslions and international labor legislation. The treaty concludes. according to Hu- tin, with a chapter concerning guar- antees for execution 01 conditions by (Germany, Nnvnl Terms of Tit-nty. PARIS, May terms to j bi> embodied in the peace treaty [with Germany which have finally j been completed, do not provide for ithe sinking of the larger German warships. The disposition of these vessels is left to be decided later by allied :ihd associated powers. SAYS AMI VIKNN'A, May -2. King Ferdi- nand o! Uutminia. accompanied by French generals, is about to enter Budapest, capital of Hungary, at tiie bead 01 his troops, a Bucharest dispatch to the Nieiie Freie Presse says. lini'Sh; -MAY rKOYKj IIKAIK.M'AI.TEIIS KOK KO.Mll I IMAVT. GOOD CLOTHES for Men, Young, Men and Lots of good reasons for adopt- ing 'OUR iring, value. importance to-yoii.. teach of these points is in- stantly apparent, Clothes an unskilled-eye can read- ly recognize them. They mean Complete satisfaction. And then the. basis if value make your economy The assures val- ue in long price pro- tects economy through the mod- i-rate figures nsked for them. MEN'S SUITS SCHLOHS'BKOS. (Hollies Beautiful) MAYKK IJROS. SPEIItO to BOYS' SUITS "WOOLY- BOY" "MOTHER'S FAVORITK" to ATHI.KT1C For Summer All sizes of good materials and 05c to SJ.95. well mad-e. PHQNC 77 S.H.SHAW. PROP. in iMfl ANOTHKK KI.YKK C. M. Chauncey received a tele-1 yesterday, addressed to bis: son. Charles, who hal already left for Florida, statinc that one of his: best friends, a tlyer at the samr post, had just met his death. It seems that the machine cnught lire in 'flight and burned up. burning the driver to death in the seat of; his machine. INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY mi Mi- M'tiirn irMiii tin- trenctu-v i.- some ocrasio1: The .-hould rei-orded in one in Klr--aut photo- graphs. IMI Stairs Studio ?'HOXE HA 1 COOPER HOI PROM CALIFORNIA YY. M. Cooper a.nd 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 Califoraia, but he is glad to get back to the stale of Oklahoma. Mr. Cooper said when .they arrived in sight of Ada thai it was the most welcome sight that had ever greeted bis e.yes. Tht1 wife of Dr. John Ricknian. Kuglish physician, was formerly a resilient of Hull House. Chicago She and her husband have resided I'nr many months with the Russian peasants while connected with a Uritish lied Cross unit and have found those humble people to be pathetically anxious for education. .Mny in S.. CLEVELAND, man deiul, three policemen shot JOO persons severely injured. One hundred arrested. ROXBURY, in- jured and 11- persons arrest- ed. policeman in- jnred, -.hirty men and women arrested. NEW and sailors raid office of Cull, so- cialiat newspaper, throwing uut Denver, Colo.--Six thousand rajlroad shops ci-aftsmen hold one-day strike in behalf of Debs and other imprisoned radicals. lly llif A-NinMiili'il I'l'e.-.- YORK. May 2. A large of explosives confiscated by j police and federal agents at u house {in Forty-fifth street, was be- in-- examined at police headquarters today in connection with investiga- tion'of the May Day conspiracy to kill a number of prominent men by sending bombs through the mail. Officials announced that I he house was raided last by the police "bomb sijuad." LEAGUE OFFICIALS FACE Ml To Carry Heavy Loads. One way of carrying cwo nuctets of water with the least possible expend- j iture of energy is the. hoop-carrying j method of Macedonia. There a small I boy will curry a man's load by walking i inside a hoop which keeps tlie weight i free from the body and distributes j pressure. I i i I't lu only a few cities of Western Siberia are there two-story houses Baths in houses are very rare, pub- lic baths being used. I'AHIS. May 2. IIavar.au gov- ern.nieut troops captured Munich from communists Thursday morning, according to advices reach- 'ing Paris today. I Al M PLA1 tin ST. PAUL, Minn., May A. C. i JTowiiley, president of the National] j Non-1'arlisiiti League, and Joseph j 'Cilbert. league organizer, must i Isti'nd trial in Jackson cunnty on i charges or riisloyalty. the state su- i pr> UK- ciHirt rilled today. The de- I'isiim ui the Jaclisoti county dis-j trict court, overruling demurrers by To'.vnley and Cilbert, was sustaine.d. I Get a Vktrola for Your Home Style IX Style Others up Latest VICTOR and COLUMBIA Records "Johnny's in Town1'. 85c "Look What My Boy Got in France." GvVm Mays Drug Co. This siienlly !n.t a 'b it and May slip bat- and A.MKKICA.N. Dorothy Diilton is presented in the Paramount drama. Quicksands. I It is a pretty love story with a [strong appeal. It is a slory of n i good girl and wife amid pitfalls. j Tlii- picture gives i-he outcome. MHKIITY. i The Olympia Maids appear in the special attraction, The Land of Morrocco. The picture program pre- sents Edward Earle in the drama, One Thousand Dollars, adapted from the story by that name. When Allen Baker of rft. Louis started up his .limousine that he had left standing in front Of a business building he felt, something dragging and saw people on the sidewalk laughing, and found lhat some man in parking bis flivver had crowded it up against the rear of Baker's car, jaming the fender in- to the] other car so that it was pull- ed along behind when Baker drove away. The peanut is a-leguminous plant, thai is, it. grows in pods like peas and beans. It is 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 exten- sively in all tropical countries, in- eluding Africa, which supplies the WARRENTON. Pa., May Kuropean market. j body of Benny Richards, negro, was j riddled with -bullets and then Miss Louise B. lams of Madison burned early today when he stir- township, Pennsylvania, who died rendered to a posse near a swamp recently, directed in her will that wlvere he had taken refuge yeater- A WISH HEAD. morning while softly fell the first refreshing that caused milady to coat and steal from tin ibencli that old wash tub under the dripping eaves i in lieu of giving her hair a soft j lathery bath, "Cannon" one of the! f chief moguls of the Chamber of j Commerce and the self-appointed j 1 member and promoter of the Red Cross and Elks Club, on passing down the sidewalk In the midst of the down pour taught his spectators a lesson in thrift when he stuck his brown head under the sparkling stream of Adam's Ale that cam'} ilashitiK from a'gutter and proceed- ed to make clean his kinky black tresses after which he went on his way rejoicing. the revenue derived from her farm, valued at. be devoted to the day after killing his wife, shooting at her sister and at a" white man care of four dogs, which were her who inquired concerning the'trouble. pets, and the court has appointed a guardian for the dogs according- ly. Let a Want Ad get It tor you. Copenhagen expects to take an important part In Scandinavian and Baltic trade. Tiie'city was made a port in 1896." ARE YOU PLANNING NEW INTERIOR FURNISHINGS? Yon will find much to interest here. Our new Drapery materials in their-, marvelous colorings and designs, the cool-airy, breeze-wooing Voiles, Mar- quisettes and Swisses for curtains fairly bj-istle ivith suggestions for (he woman contemplating changes in her home. Before yui: even think of uuing a.ny refiiraishiiip in your home you must visit bur Drapery section. Come in ami indulge your appreciation of these beau- tiful materials to your heart's content. PRICES: 35c TO YARD This Surprise Store Established 1903 JJ5-117 West Main St. Phone m   

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