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Publication: Ada Evening News May 3, 1919

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma gfoa Cbentng VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 44 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY It’s A Good Time to go to Sunday School .it Make a Start TOMORROW STEVENS-WILSON CO. PEACE nit ELECTRIC EPI ROI TEI READY BAIE CHANGED PA KIS PAPICH** SAI WILL NOT TMK KATE WILL NOT HK HIGH-; -------------     i     -    -    -..............  I BB SUBMITTED BKF*HIK W KOX KSDA Y. |t\ til** A SKIM-tit t«*«l I’lVh'' PARIS, May 3. Presentation of the peace terms to the Germans will not take place before Wednesday. May 7, according to present indications, this morning's Paris newspapers say. Important progress has been made, however, in solving the remaining problems. The Echo De Paris says the council of three yesterday adopted the section of the treaty dealing with Alsace and Lorraine whir hare given to France with government owned railroads included. The council also tiyed the status of Luxembourg completely severing that grand duchy from the influence of Germany. France Gets \Kaee-l/oiiaine. At the meeting of the council of three today it was decided that no provision wil lbe made in the peace treaty for disposition of captured German cables beyond specifing that they are to he taken out of German hands ad left ai control of the five great pow* rs. SPECIAL SESSION CAII EXPECTED i ALL Ll KELI TO HK ISSI Kit BV WILSON liKPOKK JI NK I. KH. IHT I/OW KIL KOH SMALL J CONSUMERS. j Bv til.- A* KKPOKT HUA* HING PARIS SAYS RKDS I /OSK TH Kl ll POK Al Kit CAPITAL. OIL KH ATKHN ITV BKI.IINE KA. < ’ITEM ENT WILL HI VAL THAT OK TKA AS, tty lh* A*m'- tit- *1 PARIS. May 3. Pet tog i ad. the former capital of Russia, which has been in the hands of the bolsh«*\iki since the Red revolution of 11*17. which overthrew the Kerensky government, has probably been captured by Finnish forces which have been advancing from the frontier, according to information believed trustworthy. Should this prove correct, it will and color to the report that the Lenlne-Trotsky government is losing it!- grip and is on the verge ol Ltlliug Theodore Iloose\elt was a Free--.anson tor many years. He was a member of Matinitook Lodge ol Free and Accepted Masons. T •i* 4* T f + INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY nii I ,s et urn i t oiu I he trench#-?* ;> sonic occasion. The memm ♦ - should bt- recorded in on* of our Llegant Photo graphs Phone i<>- an appointment. Stall’s Studio PHONE H4 I* ■I11 ■KHK' "I*    ■HK-KX-X- •J* •J* :j: t •5* 4* * •S* Oil men believe that New Mexico will be the scene of the next big oil boom. Geologists have figured that the deposits in Texas and Mexico back up in New Mexico and there has be#*n a great rush to obtain leases. The big companies have been quietly securing tracts for some months, but lately operators from every field have been pouring in and many wells will b*» started iii the next jew months. Harry B. Glitches spent ten days; in New Mexico sizing up the sittia-! lion foi some Ada men. He secured 20,000 acres of leases near Portales, close to the Texas line. w h ere a geologist reported there w as a favorable structure. lf is planned to drill a deep test well at once. It is said that the stat# of New Mexico has offered $10,000 for the first good well brought in. Her citizens ha\** seen th#* many millions of dollars mad* in Texas during the past year and are #*ager to se#* N#*w Mexico developed Leases ale bringing good prices. Near th*- town o! Tiban, leas#*s sold for $1*' per acre on iii* mer* rumor of a drilling location. With active development land will doubtless sell at fancy figures. Out* oi he encouraging signs of the times in Mexico today is the interest in physical education as manifested in the promotion of foot ball and t#*nnn: clubs throughout the couiil t y. WASHINTON. May 3. Intimation that a special session of congress w ill He called by President Wilson to meet about june I is contained rn confidential dispatches received here today from Paris. It was said in authorative aduiinistra-jtive circles that it was quite pos-j sible that if the Paris situation t should develop rapidly the special I session might meet even before June I. In that case the calli would be bv cable. BE PRESENT! The State Corporation Commission has handed down a ruling on th** alineation of the Ada Electric 6 (las Company by changing the rates, but denying any increase in revenue. Manager F. E. Bowman, after running through several pages of his ledger this morning, says he thinks the new ruling will result in less instead of more revenue. The n«»w rate permits the small consumr to get his juice at a lower rate. but compels the larger consumer to pay considerably more. The ruling says: “The Commission finds that an increase in rates is not justified at this time, hut there is reason for changing th#* rates now in effect. Th#* testimony brought out the fact that the present lutes are what are known as step rates and are discriminatory for the reason that at various step* of the seal** it is possible for the customer to lower his bill by using or wasting more energy. For Instance, for lighting purposes. 4 9 KWH would cost $5.88 and fin KWH would cost $5.50. The Commission will prescribe lighting and power rates that will avoid this absurd condition and which, it is estimated, will not affect the revenue of th** company to an appreciable extent. It will be found that th** rates prescribed will amount to a leduction to the smaller consumer If. ;Kter a lair trial, they are found to be inequitable. the Commission will authorise different rates upon a showing made by th** company or the citizens. Wherefore, th#* premises being considered and th** Commission being fully advised, it is. therefore, ordered that th** Ada Electric Ai Gas Company shall put the following rates info effect in th#* city of Ada for current used for lighting and power purpose: Lighting Hate. First 75 KWH per month at lie per KWH Next 125 KWH per month at p#*r KWH. Next 300 KWH per month 7 u*(> per KWH. Next 50b KWH per month at per KWH. All over 1,000 KWH per month 5c per KWH. Penalty Five percent not paid on or within from *iate. Bower Bat#*. First IOO KWH per 7*^c per KWH. N«*xt 300 KWH p#*i OXFORDS and PUMPS We have a few numbers in Pumps and Oxfords that we are offering at special prices. You wil! find a full run of sizes in these numbers and all good styles. CT;    */ OXFORDS AND PUMPS No. <5289—Black Kid Oxfords; Military Heel; $5 Value SPECIAL—$3.95 No. <54284—Brown Kid Welt Oxfords, Medium heel. $7.50 Value, SPECIAL—$5.95 No. 12058—Dainty Kid Pump, Turn Sole, Aluminum Plate Covered Louis Heel; $9.00 Value, SPECIAL—$7.50 SPECIAL LOT OF PUMPS AND OXFORDS; BROKEN SIZES; VALUES UP TO $4.00, SPECIAL—$1.95 Mfiau. DEPARTMENT STORE S.M. SHAW. PROP. PHONE 77    1    '•tabliahed    In    IMM    ADA.    OKLA. I I per KWH. be at ne at ii bills are t#*n days month at month at He HARRISON AT STEEDMAN. Senator Luther Harrison spoke for the road bond issue at Steed-mau last evening to a good sized audience which had assembled at the public school building to participate in th* commencement exercises. In fact he first made a commencement speech and delivered diplomas to the graduates for the principal of the school. Those receiving diplomas were Tipton Montgomery and Lucy and Ola Edwards. After the exercises Mr. Harrison spoke in behalf of (he* bond issue and his hearers gave his speech a most hearty applause. Senator Harrison left on the Frisco at 11:30 for Seminole, where he spoke for the road measure at 3:30^ this afternoon. He will drive from- there to Wewoka and Shawnee and will return home on the late Katy this evening. I'm service car Phone No. 6. Bart Smith’s Drug Store. Residence Phone 491. R. Downing, the Service Man.    4-30-6t* REPRESENTATIVES MAY AT TEND PRESENTATION OI PEAKE TOKAY. It* ! lit    I    "IVN* PARIS, May 3. Th#* Italian situation took a more favorable turn late today. Indications were that some arrangement will be mad#* for Italy lo bt* represented when the treaty is pretmnted to the Germans next week. Get a I    /ictrolafor Your    Home Style IX ________$!><< Style XI $115 Others up to $3(H» Latest VICTOR and COLUMBIA Record? Mickv X5e “Johnny’s in Town ’. 85c “Look What My Boy Got in France." RUMANIANS REFUSE HUNGARIAN OFFER Next Hem KWH per month ai 5cj per KWH. Next 1,000 KWH p#?r month arf lei per KWH. Next 3,000 KWH per month at 3 u.c per KWH. VII over 5.OOO KWH per month! a t 2 1 •_» c per KWH. Penalty- Five percent it bills are I not paid on or within ten da>s from* date. h is further ord#*red that thej above rates shall he effective for j all current supplied, except that j furnished the city under contract.: and after May I, 1919. Done at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on this the 28th <ia\ of April. 19 I 9. LEAGUE OE YOUNG IO lit** Ak.*tu • I it t I Pre###* GENEVA, Switxerlond, May 3. Rumanian and Czecho-Slovak governments. according to reports received h*ue, have refused the offer of Bela Kun. Hungarian foreign minister, to make concessions of territory providing fighting is stop- M KSK OGEE, May 3. The $50,-000,000 good roads bond issue was gi\**n a big    boost when    it was    decided    that    the    State    League    of Young Democrats, 60,000 strong, should    line    up    behind    the move- . rnent and help the issue carry on May *i    when it    comes    before    th#* I FOR AIRPLANES Gtfin Mays Drug Co. ped on all fronts. Rumanians and people Czechs continue their march on Leonard Logan, stat** president, I Budapest.    j is now giving a good portion of his j time to helping boost the issue in , his home county and Mrs. Kath-erine Von Leuven, secretary, Okla-, boma City, is now touring the state! In an effort to gain the votes of the women voters for the issue. “The measure, aside from being an administrative measure, is directed for the betterment of Okla- —    jhonia.” said    Logan in talking of Hie proposed    bond issue. “There is I Bv the AsN4M‘iut#*d    Pre**    now reason why th#* state league of    j NEW VORK.    May    3. The    pur-    Young Democrats should not lint*    i chase from the    government of be-    up solidly behind any movement tw’een 1000 and    1200    airplanes    used    that is for the good of the state.’'    j during the war was announced to-; Every district chairman in the' day by the Curtiss Airplane and state has signified his intenion of Motor    Co.    i backing the    issue. Many of the The company stated the planes    members are taking    an    active part will b# put to many novel uses by    In    placing the matter aqua rely    b«* those who purchase them. Oil pros- fow the voters of the state, pectors of Oklahoma and Northern Texas plan to use them to reach isolated districts. A Nebraska phy-j    - sician who has been limited to one    Ada odge No. 119,    A.    F. & A.    M , town by poor rail facilities will vis-i will meet promp4ly at 8 o’clock this .it seven tow*ns with a plane. A evening for work in the Master's firm of Ohio manufacturers will use ; Degree.—Miles C. Grigsby, W M. al machine to supervise a large *      -...........-   ——— J Southern    plantation.    ; Let a Want Ad get it for you. ARE YOU PLANNING NEW INTERIOR FURNISHINGS? You will find much to interest you here. Our new Drapery materials in Hi«*ir marvelous colorings ami designs, the cool-airy, breeze-wooing Voiles. Marquisettes and Swisses for curtains fairly bristle with suggestions for the woman contemplating chances her home. in MASONS, NOTICE. Before you even tIiiitk of doing any refurnishing in >,*)ur home you must visit our Drapery section. ('Ollie in and indulge your appreciation of these beautiful materials to your heart** content. PRICES: 35c TO $1.25 YARD The 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 3, 1919