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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Tomorrow We Vote on the Road Bonds-Shall We Vote, ta.Cp Forward, Shall VVe Reinain Anchored In the Ruts of the Old Dirt Road? M VOLUME XVI. ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY UKAl'TlFll. I'AliixH'S S ummer D resses Kme Voiles, plain color's iim! novelty patterns, repfodiiction the finest Silks, dwindles. Tissues and a comprehensive line of l.inweuve Hoods. THI-: 25c, 35c, 50c l-2 85c WHITE GOODS SPECIAL ;7-lnpli Uinii'tv. checks, plaids and stripes: fine for waists. children's' wear. SI'HXMAI. I'KK VAKD: 19c STEVENS-WILSON CO. LAST HVKXI.VtJ OH' HAVING isriix HOl'SK. OF ITV Toil'OSSIBLK LOSS AS 'NVVirH ON FINNISH WHITK IWVKR MAY- GUARDS XKXT. OHA.M.K in.- ieu diiyi! ago a house in rorilaml Park, occupied by Tony lohiison, was burned under wlm'i was alleged 10 suspicious Officers, having no doubt, kepi close lab on Johnson's operations since I lit- fire, observed him last evening moving some of his house- bold effects from a garbage pi e I whore tliey bail beer, concealed. Hf '.was immediately a r vest e d a n u placed in jajl and an arson elysr-'' .will be mod against him lodny by i hi- I'olini v attorney. j n is the ilK-ory of the oflu-ers. we are inforiuod. that Johnsoil for ihe purpose u insurance car- vied on the contents, and that be- i fore i lie burning he concealed a I !Vw heirlooms, keepsakes and la- Ivorite articles which he did not jcare to destroyed. i The date of his preliminary irial i lias 1101 been set lit Ibis I 1 l.ON'DON. May Finnish Red (J minis are now masiers ol' 1'elro-; Tatl ncconliiiK to a Copenhagen I dispatch 10 the Daily Mail. They i have arrested members of !ho Dun-: i ish Red CVOSK and it is reported; Itiiiit they inioncl marching against! jt ho Finish Ciuards, Reports Saturday said Finnish, i forces had eapuuvd 1'etrosrau. I i he ideniiiy or the troops, was not; I established. i bunied the house t ul oertain ITU.Y ItKADY TO ItHSl.MK I'LACK AT 1'KM'I-: COl'NOM'. NOT DAXKD BV Sl'I'HKN IvK'HKS Kl> 14V MKAVS OF OH-- i- 1'AKIS. May Vittoi-io .Orlando, Italian premier, and Baron Sonnino, minister of foreign affairs, lire .to letiirn to Paris, jt was officially an- nounced this afternoon. They will take a train from Koine for tins capitr.l loniahi. In the meantime Marouis Imperiali. Kalian ambassa- dor ;u London, has been designated in-1 for Itiily in this afternoon's .M-ssion of the' executive, conimittoe of the kMmie of nations. PARIS, May status as one, of the f'ive great powers has- been brought inlo question by ihe withdrawal of hcv .delegates from the pi-ace conference and it is this stains which is proving a powerful lever in inducing her 10 accept the invitation of the council of three1 to resume her place al. the peace table. The treaty of peace makes frequent reference'lo five great powers ac'd this provision would have to be changed to "four great powers" in case Italy remained out. The text, of the treaty has neon delivered to ihe printers. to doubts of -Italy's status, the treaty's proctocol will be prepared in two forms, one including- her as a sign-a- lory power and-the other omitting her. Thus far the treaty does not. include' in the printed text any .pro- vision concerning the- responsibility of the former emperor for the war, but this may be inserted at the last moment. (ONTKSTAVrS WIN STATfc HOX- OltS IX KACK. OK orroxKXTS. .M-T.KTINC OF CKOU'.N iXH'.M'll. OF MJVlSTKli. sisn th" discussfd council h l.S. May bus reaiy ol .1' a ineotini: o eld heie last whic the The council me: at tin- palace ai o'clock and con ft: lied until Minister KOI- Afiairs Hymans reviewed the tvi-ms and expressed tin- opin- ion thai they t- honorable and term.; to UeK-Mim and should signed. Tin- council <-n- dorsvd FO! r-pnrls have ln-i-ii !i-.ird to eflec: thai the Kelgians imt satisi'it-.! with the terms as atiected r.e'.gium and iKM the rreaty, cutiMiler- i'li; that had :mi been .-'11 she was entitled in. ITKliS lAL MII.ITAIJV ril.ASKS. P. May It i" now eel1- ae.'ordiim to ihe French press, that the pe.ice treaty will be solemn- handed to Count von P.rockdorff- Kanixan. tiie ileriiiiin foreign iiiin- who heads the delegation, by pye'.nier I'leaiencean at Versailles lay atti-rnnon. i; i'ivi- chapti-rs havr They deal with the new of (i'.'i many, territorial disposition ol tiie Herman the mililary aerial and ainri's o! i he pact. The iapttT will define ihe slams prisoners and the seventh On pends de- Vniii- Sole's Salvation. tiie ,-sinini: of your soles the life of your shoes. Our t-Npert repair men can double the wearir.u qualities of your foot- wear. want your business and L-uarantei- satisfaction. Klectric Shoe Shop. Brins In tnat picture and let me frame it for C. A. Cummins. o-i The fir (Ultlnied. frontiers changes, i colollle- al sixth i of wa will cone the form-- war. Marcel HiUin of ihe Kcho Paris learns th.it France will gel iiosolutt- control of the coal mines of Saar as compensation for the detraction of Ihe French mines at Lens, anil also their the n sponsibility Milan emperor for of do WASHINGTON. May .'..-Kettle. F'she'- (I'M second: sat at her desk addressing Victo'ry loa .1 It-tiers Saturday. The' door opened and in walked Charles 1'. McCauloy, an Oklahoma aitorney. He iuiiuired for the little Then In- proceeded to wield magic wand. have been left the entire uite of your uncle. John Patrick own vi ry wealthy oil man of Meridian Logan county, Oklahoma. Von are worth You will have 10 sign some papers hut we are prepared Id you down a substantial "I ran'! be bothered about sign-] inu an ypapers now." ihe little' ii-.iir.onaiross. "Tin- yeomen are scheduled to parade and be reviewed-: Hiis afiernoon and 1 rau't let any! wv.l o mere legal maii'M's viand in ihOiiels at vay. I'll' meet you after the parade ami after 1 have fiuished my work U) here." And sh-- war as s-'ood as her. word. In her blue uniform with j hisih v.-hile color, white si raw h.n with a trim black strap just touch- ing her chin and immensely proud of her red ratia-' stripes on her sleeve, s-.he wr.s soon stepping with head i In-own had; and i-yes straight ah'.'.id up avenue. Later the lawyer handed her. al her ,a check for What did do with it'.1 She in- vested every penny of it'in Ada Hinh school sludenis enter- ed at the state meet at Norman made a good showing, although this was -the first time the school has been represented in other events ihan reading and glee club. Thirty- live Iiiuh schools were represent- ed ii- the meet but Ada made a highly creditable record in Ihe face of the best in the state. Rixiuernnre won second -place in the mile race. Kerr made fourth; in discus and high hurdling. Miss] Kuih Gibson did excellent work in ihe reading contest and the' glee] i club won fourth honors. The ten-] i nis tenm also made a 'satisfactory I 'showing .especially when the age j last Thursday, at of contestants and number of] entries are considered. Following are the names of lhe; contestants from Ada: j Roland R-onueniore -Mile Race. A ubrev Kerr--Discus's, Hurdles, j OXFORDS and PUMPS We have a few numbers in Pumps and Oxfords that we are offering at special prices. Tt ou wi! find a full-run of sixes in these numbers and till good styles. OXFORDS AND PUMPS No. Kid Oxfords; Military Heel; Value No. Brown Kid Welt Oxfords, Medium heel. Value, No. Kid Pump, Turn Sole, Alumi- num Plate Covered Louis Heel; Value, SPECIAL LOT OF PUMPS AND OXFORDS: BROKEN SIZES; VALUES UP TO PHONE 77 S.M.SHAW. KvtHblbhed ID ItOil ADA.OKLA. Oil. CO.MI'A.NY UKIXOS IN THLKSPAY THAT drilling in i of seven hundred IVot, of a ilm-i- hundred and fifty bar- llnsli production, and which, hidicaiion, will settle 10' .ita'rt." tomorrow morning on the first led or a trans-Aihintic flight. The wintcs of the NC-1 were com- pletely destroyed but it wns be- lieved the NC-1 could be repaired in time for the "jump off." A blaze, which Commander Towers. 111 jcliarjre of the expedition declared 'was accidental, started from jline ignited by an electric spark. o i: I-MIOM TltAXS-AThA.V- two places the Allen Held; Travis Kerr---Javelin. j on the !isl of real oil; Arthur j 1-Jrle Fealem and Arnold Mallory j Tennis. Kuili lllarinp Uoach. Leliie Her- ri ice Margis. Viola West. Roberta Ids in this stale. Tiie well iu question is the prop- of the K. C. Oil Co. and is Indited in Section l-1-5n-.SC-, ami is aboil two miles northwest of Al- len. Alien, Sarah Tunnell, Dorothy Ai' inierview this moriiins; ironer, Mary Waggoner. Oleta 5Ioni- an oil man from Allen who is con-1 Geraldine Hale. Dollie Gay.; uecled wiih another company with Opal Deen. ThPlma TJoberls. Violet- good priiduclion reveals the in- j Mooro. Aria Ruth Clark- Girls'i I'oriuatiuii lhat 'his is by far Club. I best well thai lias 'HHMI drilled in YORK. May o. Fire at the M aval a.ir stat.ion al Rockaway Beach today damaged the naval sea- planes NC-1 and NC--! which were WOOH.MKX CIIJCIJ-: WILL HOI.I) OI'K.V MKETIXG The Circle will hold an open meeting this evening. A lead- feature of the evening will be the presentation of prizes '.o the winners in the membership con- test. A hi.s-hly entertaining pro- Ki-am of music and other features will be presented. Congressman Mc- Keown will address the meeting. Liberty loan bonds. i.libe Held, and lit- also suites (hat am 1 going 10 do. tlu, beyond Ihe said later. "I'm H' stay _riuht _ jusul.os in in the navy. Ask lor a ,v h] )he imnuHihlU, fu- a qnesiion. 1 should say not. I'm going lo remain in w'hllB newa Ada Sat- sowice uniil Uncle .--ams work is. ,.____....... Al IHE M not. I'm to remain in the service until Cede Sinn's work is. done. Then I'll to Oklahoma with mother and look after my other WILSON. u I lie news reached Ada Sat- afies-noon to the effect thai the r.ew well was In excitemenl. was rampanl in oil circles .and many, Ada citizens took advantage of lh opportunity Sunday to visit the well j EN E 10 EUROPE r INTRODUCING BABY W DADDY on bis .-einrn froi'.i the treiK-hi-s. is some ocr.ision. The IK- recorded in mi i- of our Photo- graphs. !'hone for an appoint- ment. Stall's Studio i'HO.VE 84 IJHKiri'V. Hal Wattles and the New Broad- way Girls will open an engagement this evening. Don't fail to hear the Haiviony Quartet. The picture pro- gram presents Siarks in the gn-al drn.ina of the Northwest, Irish1 Eyes. A-MKIUCAX. White appears in another episode of the Lighting Mrs. n. proving in .Mr. and Abloso are H. it i, rP.i MlnRb L. Haggard- is health. Mrs Learner visiting Fni.nk Milliard went and look the field over. such production as this is Coley foley. to Wednesday. Frank Coley and Ab were at Ada Thursday. J J. Golden and family Pearl exciting Knidc-rs. It grows better all the Ada Saturday, time. Besides this two comedies will! L, M. .Masters be presented. Pluck and Plotters, r. and Just Dropped In. of to Fo: service car I'hoae Hart Smith's IJrtig Slore. I Phone- 4ni. U. Down i Service Man. No. Resi- j Henna Leaves Makes the Hair a Beautiful Auburn We sell quantities of Henna Leaves, but the best "brand we have is Rikers' Egyptian in oOc cans. We have Rikers'Cerate Cream, 50c; and Rikers' Perox- ide Cream, 35c. Also carry full line theatrical goods. Jonteel Talcum, 25c; Kleyo Tooth Paste, 25c; Wicombs Special Tooth Paste for Riggs dis- ease; 50c: Rexall Theatrical Cold. Cream, 75c, full poxirid can. MAIL ORDER DRUG STORE and daughter. lo Vanoso Saturday. _ L. U. lirandon and folks were! at Tiiesdny. i i Jiispcr BOSK and family went ioj0f j Ada Salurday. i Miss Myrtle Smiih is spending the! week-end at home. G. H. 1'rlest spont Sn turd ay and j Sunday at Ada. I Notice. t'oiisiimers. Section 14, Ordinance SI All water rents are due on the first of the month and ihose who do not pay by ihe lOlh of tiie month will he cut- off without notice and the wa.te.r will not. be turned on again en hundred to can we expect when the- earth If. penetrated in Ibis Held to a depth of fl.500 feel as is being con- Ada j tevnplnted by some or the deep tests I now going down? j Robertsonj While Ihe fame of (his locality! is naiion wide concerns gas pro- duction, there has been but very little publicity given it. in the mat- tor of oil development, but. it is an assured fact now that the Allen o XKW YORK. May contingent of men of 50.0001 Iroops volunteering 10 relieve an equal number of doughboys now with, ihe American Army of Occu- pation in Germany, will sail for Eu- rope tomorrow on the transport) Agamemnon, according to announce- ment today by army embarkation authorities. t ADA I'ASTOU ADA (il'hSiTS Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Downing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goyne, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. rarker. and sons. Clifton field is destined to go on the map: and Oscar, Mrs. Philips, and Miss as one of 1he big producing fields Cliism comprised the party _who left oil slate of Oklahoma. until till back rents are paid and extra for turning on and off. Section 16, Ordinance SI No person except ihe Superintendent of the Water Works, or his authorized agent, shall be permitted to turn on or off the water at the street or curb stop. The penalty for the vio- .lation of the same in tiny amount not to exceed 5-5-St. P; H. DEAL, Com. Pub. Works and Prop. The paign Ely CAItTKU HM-etJiry of Treasury. Victory Li-berty loan' cam- is two-thirds over, but sub here Sunday morning at 7 o'clock tor Chickasha reaching their des- filiation at. 11 o'clock, the spedom- :oter registering 02" miles. Rev. James, former pastor of the Chris-- itian Church of this place, and who is now located at that place, was [very much delighted to see these I familiar faces in his audience again. They returned to Ada last night. scriptions have been reported for lit- tle more than one-third of the loan. .Is it conceivable that the'Ameri- cnn people who with hqart. and'so-ul waged the fight for freedom will permit thl's loan .of victory- and thanksgiving to full? Our sons' gave -of their health, of their strength and of their lives that. AI'ltllAS WKDD1XC. HKCOUD. Miss .lessie- Rogers, the record- ing nngel at the county clerk's of- fice, tliough unm'arried and, as she claims, nnmarriageable, notes such events with apparent Interest and informs a News reporter today that thirty-four licenses to wed were Is- sued at the clerk's offices for the month of April, -just closed. The frequent newspaper refer- ences to the proverbial- June bride n ci tn 11 v (SVliPPt Hll r freedom might not perish. Therfi cause us to naturally expect an I lire- one und a. half million Anlerl-j abundance of marriages lii that loan nd' 'erman, ith thirt- MAN FINED FOR Owen Stout, twenty-one years old, entered a plea of guilty vin the county court today of. breaking win- dow lights, in the Ahloeo school house. Ho -was fined and costs, totaling- The police of Phoenix, who :arreaXed a man charged with ob- 'talnlhg money from' banks, fouiid stitched 'Into lin- ing -of 'his overcoat" and flOO bills. ._.. boys in'France and''Germany. Now that the war is ended it would i be as reasonable for thorn to dls-1 honor the nation by'deserting the flag (is for the nation to' dishonor ittselX by them: la It1'a. jarge thing'that -we. are now asked to lend 'our oi'en'ey to pay' the coet of victory? Is -American money-leaa willing'than manhood? Letveveryone .of the.: millions .-who have bought Liberty ibonds "buy'.Vic- tory--notes succeua is.gure. -H4ve your correctly fitted all wldthB In Style' mouth, but with thirty-four for April." and 'a propor-- tlonate increase for May, we' can confidently look to June'-for ft ver- 'brides and bene- dicts: 'Maybe an early spring .and an advanced summer season .has' 'had something to with" the sudden rise -of-'-stlcfc In' The. DelplUitn. ,Clnb. will hold Its reguUr-nneettng; Tueaday ch-orch BABY WEEK JUST STARTED AND CONTINUES TO MAY 10TH Bring the Babies to See What We Have in Store For Them Every little wearable lias been selected as for baby from this assortment. Dresses Petticoats Siujues Bootees Sooks Stork I'unts nfaiper Cloth Baby 'Luces Sheeting Tullct' Sets Huby Record IJiiby Pillows Hi os Infiints' It'ibVcU MOTHEE.S, COME "A LOOKIN" FOR THE BABIES. YOU ARE SURE TO FIND JUST THE GARMENT YOU HAVE WISHED FOR. SOUVENIRS FOR TUm BABIES The Surprise Store -1 17 Wesf Phone Skiff
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