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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 £ije Cbenrng  volume xvi.  NUMBER Hi  ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  HK*! TIKI I. IMtlCIt *. MMS  s  ummer  Dresses  Fin# 1  Voiles, plain colors and novelty patterns, reproduction if the finest Silks. Organdies, Tissues and a comprehensive line of Unweave White ti nod«  TMK YAIU>:  25c, 35c, 50c    85c  WHITE GOODS SPECIAL  27-Inch Dimity, checks, plaids md stripe dresses and children's wear.  sl’WIAI. PEB YAICH:  tim* nu waists,  19c  MD OUI  I .OSS KS \T MVMtH LTO Kill.Kl> WILK HK BEAR TO ALLIES TO. ANH 5,000 TANCK    »     l>%v    AN1> m  GERM A NS  PRISONER.    TOMORROW.  la » Im* A'.MM'litWl Pit**  I HERLIN, May ti. Insecure* of tile putting; down of the soviet government which seized Munich, 150 persons were either killed in the fighting oi executed, according to an account of the fall of the city  1  appearing in the Lokal Anzeiger.  Among the killed was Herr Tollder, 'director of the Mn iet government. ; The Tageblatt says 5.000 arrests ' have been made at Munich and the prisoners include Dr. Levin, leader of the independent socialists, and {Town Governor Weber.  The capture of Munich puts an end to the most formidable effort on the part of the Spartacans to i.'tablish soviet rule and leaves the Ebert government firmly in the saddle for the time being.  MAMIE FOR AUSTRIANS NEXT  Hi < Im- v '■■»**« mji I • ii  i’AKIS. May K. Orders have I been issued to specialists iii Austro-Hungarian subjects to rush their reports so that the treaty with Austria can be considered during the fifteen days that the Germans will he allowed in which lo discuss the peace terms to Im* submitted to them Wednesday.  Bv iii* Asse* lated Presa  VERSAILLES, Ma) 6. When the, German delegation enters the din-^ ing room of the Hotel Trianon Wednesday afternoon to receive th*  ;  peace treaty text they w ill find the j allied representatives awaiting them ’at one of the great tables in the room . Premier Cleinenceau. President Wilson and Premier Lloyd George will remain af a smaller table at the open end of the great horseshoe formd by green covered tables arranged for tile meeting. There they will listen to M. Clem-j enceau’s opening address and re-1 ceive the judgment of the allied and ! associated nations. Only six of the principal delegates, three sec re-j taries, official interpreters aud ant official stenographer will be admitted out of the large German delegation. Immediately behind the German delegation have been sta-| tioned forty representatives of the j press to be admitted.  Preliminaries T**ta y.  It was officially announced last j night that the preliminaries of the peace treaty will be read to the a1-j lied delegates this afternoon and to j the German plenipotentiaries Wednesday afternoon. This announce 1 -1 meat agrees with unofficial reports} Of the peace conference’** intentions. I  ISOLATION IF  1  GERMANS BAU;  I < >M MKN RATION OK SOLDIER  I KOM \D\  WILDC AT LIVI OK MKN IN Mc iTRTAIN EOI ATV START TROUBLE.  fly ti# A--«n ~alv<l Pres**  FORT \yORTH. May ti Will Miller, special acent for the De-j part rn en t of Ju-tice. and William Mays, inspector for the Texas Pattie Reisers’ Association", wert* killed in a battle with moonshiners in I McPurtain county. Oklahoma. The bodies were found yesterday but when the fight occurred is not known.  Poi service car Chon** No. 6 liar? Sin it b's Drug Store. Residence Phone 4b I. FL Downing. the', Service Man.    4-30-6U*    •  Bring n that picture and let roe frame it for von.—C. A Cummins.  Wll.l. DELIX EK ADDRESS si x. RXY KY KS I NG XT REGEHR HOLK—ALL INVITED.  4  +  4  *  -y  ->  t  •>  •3*  +  •J*  *3*  •3*  INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY  on his ' eturn I soils the trenches is -mine occasion. Th** Ui«Ui*»ries should b** recorded in one of our Elegant Photograph- Phone I tit an appointment  Stairs Studio  J    ''HONK    JU  ii  I  tJ  f  V  I  Til* cit Heirship «*f iii*- little city OI Mill Creek have prevailed upon Rev. Morris, pastor of tin* First Baptist church of this city, to deli vet iii** address at the commencement exercises of Hie High school there next Sunday evening.  Contemplating the absence of the past*)? on ftiis occasion the congregation ha- invited tile Hon. Tom D. McKeown lo address them from the pulpit oi the church un that occasion, and h«* lias very kindly consented to tip so.  This y\ ill not only In* welcome news to tile Bapt Isl congregation, but to many other people of Ada who will want to avail themselves of the opportunity ol hearing this gifted speaker and patriotic citizen whom they are always delighted to honer.  Mr. McKeown will soon Im leaving the city in discharge of his arduous *luti**s aa congressman from tills district, and those who have not had the opportunity of hearing and meeting him during his recent visit home will Im* able to do so at the Baptist church next Sunday evening at eight o’clock.  Remember that everybody is invited to this service.  Plenty of full blood departmental oil and gas leases at the News office    4-30-tf  I The News is in receipt oi the  following from the officer at * Et. Sill signed below:  ! Publicity Office, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.  IMS.’  Corporal lien s. Tolbert ol this Post and whose home is at 2til South Broadway. Ada. Oklahoma, will Em* discharged this week from th** United States Army Corporal  •Tolbert hat- served his country faithfully and yvell since May 7th. Ut 17.  * Like all good soldiers, his H**r\ices were at considerable sacrifice to  'himself, but they were given cheerfully and with no regret*. It was his part to co w here he w as sent  • and di) w hat he yvas told He had no voice in either matter. He yvill  j take up his duties as a civilian in  ; the same spiirt and we Ins friends  I Iii the army hope that the people of Ada yvill extend‘him a fitting welcome and that the employers of lain*! yvill find a place for him when he arrives at home.  GEORGE A. PHIPPS.  2nd Lieut. F A . Publicity Officer.  IU tli.> Associated Press  PARIS, May ♦"». Complete **eo- j nom ic isolation of Germany is be- j ing considered by the council oft foreign ministers of the peace con-j ference as a measure to be adopted J in the **y**nt that Germany refuses to sign the peace treaty. A plan fo such a measure was submitted to the ministers by the supreme economic council.  M  OXFORDS and PUMPS  J *    •    */ Lf ft,' ' . •    "    *  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. 6289—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  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  5.Af. SMAW, PROP.  Lsiahlistied In I!  AOA,OKLA.  ti  MRS. .». .I M’ALESTER DIES    days. Mrs. McAlester was the wife  AKTER VERY SHORT ILLNESS of Col. J. J. McAlester, former lieu-McALESTER. May 6. The re- tenant-governor, and for whom the mama of Mrs. Rebecca McAlester city of McAlester was named. Mrs. were laid to rest here today She McAlester*® death occurred last Sun-died after an illness of but four day at her home here.  OFFICERS FOUND  Henna Leaves Makes the Hair a Beautiful Auburn  We sell quantities of Henna Leaves, hut the hest brand we have is Fakers’ Egyptian in 50c cans. We have Hikers Cerate Cream, 50c; and Hikers* Peroxide Cream, 35c. Also carry full line theatrical goods. Jonteel Talcum, 25c; Kleyo Tooth Paste, 25c; Wicombs Special Tooth Paste for Riggs disease, 50c. Kexall Theatrical Cold Cream, 75c, full pound can.  Givin &- Mays Drug Co.  MAILORDER DRUG STORE  TRANSATLANTIC SURF POSTPONED  Ii* III*    l*IV"  NEW YORK. May t*. The pro posed start today of th** Navy Helps rt men Us trans-Atlantic dight by way of Halifax was postponed shortly aft«*i !* o’clock this morning because of adverse weather conditions.  I "  SA VI NGS 4 ERTI KH ATES  IMPI LAR WITH BRITISH.  I:* die A-'MM’iated Pre***  LONDON. May 6. In three years th#- British public bas .lough JOO,OOO.OOO war savings certif!-} cates at $3.75 each, So successful bas been the work of the National i War Savings Committee that it is I planned to continue its 40,000 savings associations on a permanent peace basis.  Small boys are interferring with the efforts of citizens to keep their 'alleys clean, in their efforts to collect wrappers from cans to he turned iii for premiums the kids empty trr.sh boxes and Lave the cans scattered around. Mayor Kitchens" says the practice must stop.  By »ti*- .L'odltfd Press  KANSAS CITY, Mo., May ti The bodies of Sheriff Joseph C. Tolbert and Deputy John McDonald oft Lafayette county, both dead proha-1 bly since Sunday, according to j physicians, were found today in untie! brush seven miles southeast of I Lexington, Mo. The officers left I Marshall. Mo.. Sunday to bring in | tin**** suspected automobile thieves. No trace of the prisoners have b**eu < tound. Deputy James B. Stapleton was also tound wounded near the two men aq*i was brough’ to til*-, Lexington hospital.  LIVES LOST IN COLUMBUS FIRE  By th** Associated Pres*  COLUMBUS, O., May ii. Eight; persons are known to he dead and a dozen or more injured, some fatally. in a fire which early today destroyed a six story apartment building in Hie down town section, i Miraculous escapes by jumps from fifth aud sixth stories and throwing i of babies into life nets made it the , most spectacular fire the city bas  1  seen. Search for more bodies xvi 11 be made later today.  BAD NEGRO KILLED BY PLANO POSSE  «x~H":x.x*-x-x~x*-x~x~x-x-***  LOST  Purses, umbrellas, handbags, suitcases, gloves, auto tires and accensor!# s and scores of other valuables which their owners will never see again.  News ’’Wants” are a potent factor iii bringing face to face the lost and the loser. They work . twenty-four hours per day and in the majority of ease* pay handsome dividends.  PHONE FOUR  B> th** Associated Pres*  PLANO, Tex., May 6.—Tom Em-I brey, negro, after standing off arm | ed citizens and officers for four hours today from a barricaded house here was shot and killed shortly before noon. The negro wounded nine persons, one probably fatally. The trouble started when Embrey tried to kill his wife.  (’ani of Thank*-.  We desire to thank the friends and neighbors who were so kind to ins during the sickness and death of our husband and father, L. D. -Johnson.  MRS. L. I) JOHNSON,  MILTON JOHNSON.  Hats cleaned and relocked. Miller Bros.    5-1-1    mo.    *  BABY WEEK JUST STARTED AND CONTINUES TO MAY 10TH  Brine the Babies to See What We Have in Store  For Them  Ever) little wearable has b**en selected as carefully and painstakingly as you would yourself. W** know how particular you mothers are about These little things. We picked in every instance * nly the daintiest and prettiest looking styles we could find, and we know you will take great delight In making their acquaintance. and choosing for baby from this assortment.  Dresses  I (NIU  Petticoats  Swines  Bootee*  Socks  Mines I ’aps  >t#»rk Pants Diaper Uloth Baby I .aces Sheeting Toilet S**is  Bally Record Bo#*k> It* millers Baby Pillows Bibs  Infants* Shirts Ribbed Wrappers  MOTHERS, COME A LOOKIN'" FOR THE BABIES. YOU ARE SURE TO FIND JUST THE GARMENT YOU HAVE WISHED FOR  SOUVENIRS Milt THE BABIES  \   

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