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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Tomorrow We Vote on the Road Bonds-Shall We Vote to Go Forward, or Shall We Remain Anchored In the Ruts of the Old Dirt Road?  ®he gfoa (toning  NUMBER  ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  HIM TII I I I MIKI* ' nm  s  ummer  Dresses  I'ossiKl.I-: I.oss  Kilt <ionized  ARRENT! l» LAST EVENING ON t \ITO|{s or < ITV UKADV TO CHARGE or HAA IXG 1**1 IlMin    MAUCH    OX HANISH \\ HHK    GREAT    INLAYER    MAI    KRIM;  Cir Altos X KAT.    *    CHASKiK.  not sr.  Fine Voiles, plain colors and novelly patterns, reproduction of the nnest Silkv. Organdies. Tissues and a comprehensive line of Linw    White    Hoods.  THC Y.AKD:  25c, 35c, 50c - 85c  NYH ITH GOODS SPECI AL  ach Dimity, checks, plaids and ♦or.p* nd children’s wear  srrriAL per a a im:  fine  waists  19c  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  About leo iii > s ako a dwelling house in Portland Park, occupied by Pony Johnson, was burned under wIi ai t was alleged lo lie suspicious circumstances.  Officers, having no doubt kepi close tab on Johnsons operations since the tire, observed him last evening moving some of his household effects from a garbage pile where they had been concealed. He was immediately a I rest e d a n d placed in j:ul and an arson cierge will be filed against him today by tin* county attorney.  I? is the theory of the officers. we are informed. that Johnson burned the house for the purpose oi collecting certain insurance carried tm the contents, and that before the burning he concealed •>  Its I In* A "'Mia t»‘d Press  LONDON, May S. Finnish Red Guards are now masters of Petro-grad, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Daily Mail. They have arrested members of the Dan  by the Associated Press  PARIS, May 5. Italy’s status as one of the five great powers has been brought into question by the withdrawal of her delegates from tin' peace conference and it is this  ish Red Cross and it is j that they intend marching against J the Finish \Y,hite Guards.  Reports Saturday said Finnish •forces had captured Petrograd. bot •the identity ut the troops was not ! est a bl ished.  reported status w hich is proving a powerful  few heirlooms.  MS HI SEE TREAIY MM 8  MALTIN* or < KOW \ OU MJI MIM CHAITKRn DUAL WITH U^T.ITn Al KW OF FOREIGN    rKRRITORI    AL    AND    Mil.HAKA  VIIX is'!'KIL    PHASES.  BRUSSELS. May *    Th.    B* 1-  gin rn gov email tint has decided to sign th*- treaty of peace winch was discussed a f  a meeting; of the crown council held    bete last nigh!.    it ts  announced The council met .it the palace .it h o’clock and cont t.ued until midnight. Minister of Foi-eign Affairs    Hymans rev iewed the  peace terms ami expressed the opinion that the' ga'** honorable and satisfactory terms to Del;, in iii and .'hould b* .signed. The council tn-dors«d his vie*  Ko• several days reports na**-* h« en heard to th, 1  effect that the Belgian were not satisfied with th* 4  terms as they atfected Belgium and might not sign the 'real', considering th.iT Belgium had not be*-n given all she    was entitled to.  \ oui    solEs Salvation.  on til* saving of your soles depends the life of your shoes. Our expert repair men can double th.* wearier qualities of your footwear We want your business and guarantee satisfaction. -Bennett & Sne*-*l Electric Shoe Shop. Phone 64 2.    $-§*3t  lh : I v  I*..""  PARIS. May    It    i* now eer-  fam. according to the French pi ess. that Pie p« ace treaty will be solemnly handel to fount von Brockdorff-Rant/.au. Die He-man foreign minister. who heads the delegation. Ie. Premier t'lemeuceau at Versailles on Thursday afternoon.  The tir>! five chapters have been outlined They deal with the new frontiers of Germany, 'territorial chaii-e*. deposition of the German  d  r h  .a tv  aerial  Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you.—C. A. Cummin*.  t INTRODUCING % BABY TO DADDY  y. on his ret ani from the *•* trcriches, is some occasion. The t me mot »-- should be recorded v in on*- of out elegant Photo-*** graph*. Phone for un appoint-I ment.  i Stall’s Studio  v*  •J*  A  -J*  ♦  PHONE 84  Henna Leaves Makes the Hair a Beautiful Auburn  We sell quantities of Henna Leaves, but the best brand we have is Hikers’ Egyptian in 50c* cans. We have Rikers Cerate Cream, 50c; and Rikers’ Peroxide Cream, 35c. Also carry full line theatrical goods. Jonteel Talcum, 25c; Kleyo Tooth Paste, 25c; Wieombs Special Tooth Paste for Riggs disease; 50c. Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream, 75c, full pound can.  Gtfin Mays Drug Go.  MAIL ORDER DRUG STORE  keepsakes aud verite articles winch ho did care to haw des troy oil.  The date of hi* preliminary trial has not been sot at ibis writing.  lever ill inducing her to accept tho invitation of the council of three to resume her place at the peace table. The treaty of peace makes frequent| reference to five great powers and J this provision would have to he changed to “four great powers" in case Italy remained out.  The text, of the treaty has been delivered to the printers. Owing to doubts of Italy’s status, the treaty's protocol will he prepared in two* forms, one including her as a signatory power and the other omitting;! her. Thus lar the treaty does not include iii the printed text any provision concerning the responsibility of the former emperor for the war. but this may he inserted at the last moment.  IT ILA ATPABENTLY KEADY TO KEM AIK PLACE AT PEACE OH Xt’lL.  IU TRIFLES  OK LA HOMA GILI. NOT DAZED KA M DIIEX IU!HES At VI HIED KA ME AXS OE OIL.  it, ||„. A"•*< iaI<•«! IV*-**  PA RIA. May Vittorio Orlando. Italian premier, and Baron Sonnino. minister of foreign affairs, are to return to Paris, it was officially ail- | nuanced this afternoon. They will ak** a train from Rome for this capital tonight. In the meantime Marquis Imperial!, Italian ambassa* dor at London, has been designated , for Daly ai this afternoon’s I of the executiw committee league o; nations.  act  ■ion  WASHINGTON  Fisher* > eomanette class, sat at her <i Victory loan It tiers The door opened Charles I*. McCauley  May 5.-* Bettie I F. * second desk addressing > Saturday', and in walked . an Oklahoma  attorney. He y colonnette. wield hic in * You ha vt  inquired Then he igit* wand been left  colonies  naval natures of the pact. The sixth chapter will define th* status of wat pt ironers and th** seventh will com * rn the r* sponsihility of the fori i» German emperor tor Die w a r.  Marcel ll ut in of th** Echo de Paris learns that France will gel absolute control of the coal mines of Fan J Wiley a< compensation for the destr iction of the French mines at Leu.-, and al"** a guarantee for their exploitation.  AI IHE PUI HOUSES  IJ HERTA'.  Hal Wattles and the New Broadway Girt* will open an engagement this evening. Don't fail to hear the Harmony Quartet The picture program present* Pauline Starks in the great drama of the Northwest, Irish Eyes  AMERICAN.  Pearl White appears in another exciting episode of the Lighting Raiders lr grows better all the time. Resider this two comedies will be presented. Pluck and Plotters, and Just Dropped In.  I servile ear Phone No. 6. Bart Smith's Drug Store. Residence Phone 491. R. Downing, the Service Man.    4-30-61*  tate of your unci ow n .a v* ry xvi Meridian. Logan A’oti are worth J have to Mgn  s <* ar** prep.!ieel to substantial sum.*  I can’t be br ing an ypap< millionaire.-* scheduled to p.trade this afternoon and mere legal matter y ay. I’ll meet you and after I have fi here."  And s word. In high vvh with a I ing her of her  tor  p im  the \ John Ps *alt bv oil county, t 2.Oui),OOO. no paper-pay you  the -cedi  entire es-itrick Menial! of >k la horn a. A’on will - but we down a  K. < . OIL COMPANY Kill NGS IN AA ELL IHI I IS DA A’ THAT BKI AKS DECOUD.  ► red about now." said th* Til* yeomen  nd  I  fter i ish*  Slgll-  little ar**  h* rev jewed* n’t let any in the parade i\ work  rid t In  a i  i * w .e* a h*r navy ie color. im black *hin ami cd t*a t i. i sleeve, rile was sc head thrown back ahead up P  Later th* her request  good as hill** uniform vvhit** straw strap just ti immensely ii strip**.- < ion steppin an *  her w* i t h hat illCh-proud i her w i t ll  T h drilling in last Thursday, at ti of seven hundred feet, of a tin*** hundred and titty burbush production, and which, every indication, will settle I ess than two hundred bar--r day, place- the Allen field Ads on the list of real oil in ihis state.  well in question is til** prop f the K. C OII Co. and Is in Section 14-5n-se, ami is two miles northwest of Al     AA    ti ll ti    id    he th* will      v»    ‘stud *    *v.»r    y    Penn* of      IJ    be it*    Ina    n    bonds.          "Wha    t a    rn    I going      sa    id lab    •*r.    •I    ’in goint:      iii    the    na*    y    Ask for      rn    ) V. ? AA    hat        question      IU    if. I’m i    :oi    n g 1 o re      se    i v i<-»*    until    Unci* >i     ves straight nosy ivan t: av en ne. lawyer handed her, at .a check for $10,000.  it? She in-t in Victor*’  a dept well o  lei- .. I f rom to suit reb J. east 6 fields  The err. t locate! abo it bn.  An an *nl nee!* d  good production reveals hum.limn that this is by  CONTESTANTS AA IX STATE HON-OKS IX FACE OF STRONG OPPONENTS.  Ada High school students entered at the state meet at Norman made a good showing, although this was th** first time the school has been represented in other events than reading and glee club. Thirty-five high schools were represented ii the meet but Ada made a highly creditable record in the face of the best iii the state.  Roquemore won second place in th** mile race. Kerr made fourth in discus and high hurdling. Miss Ruth Gibson <11 cl excellent work iii .he I ending contest and the glee club won fourth honors. The tennis ti ani also made a satisfactory showing .especially when the age of the contestants and number of entries are considered.  Following are th** names of tile contestants from Ada:  Roland Roquemore Mile Race.  Kerr Discuss, Hurdles.  OXFORDS and PUMPS  We have a few numbers in Pumps and Oxfords that we are offering at special prices. You will find a full run of sizes in these numbers and all good styles.  OXFORDS AND PUMPS  No. (5289—Black Kid Oxfords; Military Heel;  $5 Value  SPECIAL—$3.95  No. 64284—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  DEPA PTM EN T S TORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  Established In 1909  ADA. OKLA.  WILL PHEA EXT DX E I ll <> VI STADT I NG ON TKA NS-ATL A X-TIC FLIGHT.  Kerr Javelin.  Crawford Javelin.  and Arnold Mallory  i ll I •*! v tew t his  in.in from All* with another  morning n who is  company  with con-w itll the in-far tin*  done. Then I’ll go ti mother and look interests."  to do?" she to stay right ii (IL* barge I should say remain in the;  ains work ii Oklahoma with j fter my other I  best well that has been drilled in lh** field, and In* also states that it * Mends the field beyond til** river and insures great activity iii  A u b rev Javelin.  Travis Arthur Erie Featem Tennis.  Ruth Gibson Reading.  Clarine Roach. Lettie RoclC. Berme** Hargis. Viola West. Roberta Allen. Sarah Tunnell. Dorothy Waggoner, Mary Waggoner. Oleta Montgomery. Geraldine Hale. Doliie (Jay. Opal Deen. Thelma Roberts, Violet Moore. Aria Ruth Clark Girls’ Glee <”ltlb.  in I ic .\ssiM-int«**l I bv--  NEW YORK, May 5 ii aval air station Beach today damaged planes NC-1 and XC-  Fire at the at Rockaway the navalsea-5 which were  lo start tomorrow morning on the first leg of a trans-Atlantic flight. The wings of the NC-1 were completely destroyed but it was believed Die NC-4 could t>* repaired iii lime for the "jump off. A blaze which Commander Towers, iii charge of the expedition declared was accidental, started from gasoline ignited by an electric spark.  WOODMEN CHW’LE WILL  HOLD OPEN MEETING  The Woodmen Circle will hold an open meeting this evening. A leading feature of the evening will be the presentation of prizes to the winners in the membership contest. A highly entertaining program of music and other features will b** presented. Congressman Me-Keown will address the meeting.  ■ new  !  Dire.  I AA* ii u rd ay  th** i i  territory in the immediate fu  ll the news reached Ada Sat-aft e moon to th** effect that av well was in excitement was  AA IDSOX.  Farmers are quite busy cultivating cot ii and planting cotton.  .Alts. R, L. Haggard is still improving in health.  Mi. and Mrs. Leander Coley of Ahloso are visiting Frank Coley.  AA’. H. Hilliard w« nt to Ada Wednesday.  Frank Coley ami Ab Robertson Were at Ada Thursday.  J. J. Golden and family went to Ada Saturday.  L. M. Masters and daughter, Vera, went to Vane sc Saturday.  L. D. Brandon and folks were at Ada Tuesday.  Jasper Bess and family went to Ada Saturday.  Miss Myrtle Sin uh .s spending the week-end at home.  G. H. Priest spent Saturday and Sunday at Ada.  Notice, Mater Consumers.  Section 14. Ordinance SI — All I water rents are tine on the first of j th** month and those who do not pay by th** loth of the month will I be cut off without notice and the] water will not be turned on again j I until all back rents are paid and I $1.00 extra for turning on and off.  Section 16, Ordinance kl — No; person except the Superintendent of , the AVater Works, or his authorized i 'agent, shall be permitted to turn on j tor off the curb stop.  I tat ion of the same in ■not to exceed $25.00.  5-5-5t.    P.    H  Com. Pub. Works  rampant ia oil circles .and many Atia citizens took advantage of the opportunity Sunday to visit th** well aud look th** field over.  AA'hcn such production as this is being had at a depth of from seven hundred to a Thousand feet, what can we expect when the earth is penetrate*! in this field to a depth of »t.500 feet as is being contemplated by some of the deep tests now going down?  While the fame of this locality is nation wide as concerns gas product ion. there lias been but very little publicity given it in the matter of oil development, but it is an assured fact now that the Allen Held is destined to go on the map as one of the big producing fields of th* oil state of Oklahoma.  LAST CALL  VOLUNTEERS EN ROUTE IO EUROPE  ID ill* 1  APress  NEW VORK. May a. The first contingent of 1,000 men of 50.000, troops volunteering to relieve an equal number of doughboys now I with the American Army of Occupation in Germany, will sail for Europe tomorrow on the transport Agamemnon, according to announcement today by army embarkation a ut borities.  Kj CARTED GLASS, Seci*eiai*y of the Treasury.  The Victory Liberty loan campaign is two-thirds over, but subscriptions have been deported for little more than one-third of th** loan.  Is it conceivable that the American people who with Input and soul waged the fight for freedom will permit this loan of victory and water    at    th**    street    or J thanksgiving to fall?  I he penalty    for    the fin-    J Our sons gave of their health,    of  any amount their strength and of their lives that freedom might not perish. Then* are one and a half million American boys in France and Germany. Now that the war is ended it would be as reasonable for them to dishonor the nation by deserting the flag as for the nation to dishonor itself by deserting them. Is It    a  large thing that we are now asked to lend our money to pay the cost of victory? Is American money less willing than American manhood? Let everyone of the millions who  DEAL, and Prop.  A HI /OSO MA X FINED  FOR AYI NI JOW BREAKING  Owen Stout, twenty-one years old, enter* d a plea of guilty in the I county court today of breaking window lights in the Ahloso school house He was fined $10 and costs, totaling $26.30.  The police of Phoenix, Ariz., who have bought Liberty bonds buy Vic-  I OHMER ADA PASTOR  WEI AO MKS ADA GUESTS  Mr and Mrs. C. A. Downing. Mr. and Mrs. AA’alter Goyne, Mr. and, Mrs. o. E. Parker, and sons, Clifton! and Oscar, Mrs. Philips aud Miss' Chisui comprised the party who left) here Sunday morning at 7 o’clock for Chickasha reaching their destination at ll o’clock, the spedoni-eu*r registering 92 miles. Rev. James, former pastor of the Christian Church of this place, and who! is now located at that place, was very much delighted to see these familiar faces in his audience again. They returned to Ada last night.  APRIL’S WEDDING RECORD.  Miss Jessie Rogers, th** record-, ing angel at the county clerk's office, though unmarried and, as she! 'claims, unmarriageable, notes such J I events with apparent interest and; informs a News reporter today thatj thirty-four licenses to wed were is- j i sued at the clerk’s offices for the 1  ! month of April, just closed.  I Th** frequent newspaper    refer-i  , puces to the proverbial June bride j cause us to naturally expect an i abundance of marriages in that month, but with thirty-four for April, and a promise of a proportionate increase for May, we can confidently look to June for a veritable harvest of brides and benedicts.  Maybe an early spring and an advanced summer season has had something to do with the sudden rise of stick in the matrimonial market.  BABY WEEK JUST STARTED AND CONTINUES TO MAY 10TH  Brins' the Babies to See What We Have in Store  For Them  arrested a man charged with obtaining money wrongfully from banks, found stitched into the lining of his overcoat $6,000 in |50 and $100 bills.  tory notes and success is sure.  Have your feet correctly fitted all widths in lasts.-—Burk’s Style Shop.    5-5-2t  Delphian Club.  The Delphian club will hold its regular meeting at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church  parlors.  Every little wearable lins been selected as caret lilly ami painstakingly as you would yourself. AA'e know how particular you mothers are about these little things. AV e picked in ever* instant*** only the daintiest and prettiest looking styles we could find, and we know* you w’ill take great delight in making their acquaintance. and choosing for baby from this assortment.  Dresses ('out* Petticoat! Smiles lungee*  StM'ks  Shoes ('ap*  Stork Pants Dialler Cloth Baby lateen Sheeting Toilet Sets  MOTHERS, COME "A LOOKIN’" FOR THE SURE TO FIND JUST THE GARMENT YOU  Baby Record Rook*. Rompers  Ibiby Pillows I ti os  Infants* Shirts Ribbed Wrappers  BABIES. YOU ARE HAVE WISHED FOR  SOI YEM RS FOR THE RABIES  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-J17 West Main St.  Phone 117   

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