Wednesday, May 7, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Notwithstanding the 'failure the thongs, the 'peopfte df Oklahoma want good roads—the question is, what will be our next move? (toning Jbtos VOLUME XVL NUMBER 47 ADA,OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY < >| i'l.I VK OK THUMS lWOHKIMKV IIIWMAVI' UY ALI JKS AT I KUS A11.1 JKS. WILSON CALLS UK M UKAI KXI,HHS KOK S rammer D ress.es t'ine V«>>Kirts. plain calin* th*- ?roc*.t A-alks. Organdie?. 4* ;JLAMwrit¥e 9 hi** (tot-d*. THI *tUt Ti> : ova It y • ii**" xud |iait#rb« r r pi Aid atli aw* :i *4 unp i ell vt! ti Va la.* X KUI* 25ca 35Ca 5Qc - ;85c WHITE GOOliS SPECIAL and strip**!-. it#* A*?*** I i*e? I Aa a tv. • ii«, pia»0 aud childe t*n’s wear. oi.WAI Vt JI in* Of YA HIK 19k STEVENS-WILSON CO. PONTOTOC ca l|| fix- A SSI Alfin I Ii PAM IS, Ma* p*»u<*c t m * I w*n and asMieiait'd 7. The i a eilly-seven powers tan on* treaty «>4 allied hand SPECIAL SESSION rot VEISX BONES ON KH XX' ll KT. XI- imjky ouuosed to koxd pnoi'osmii.x. TIU*    bonds    wore    badly    «le- tfated in Pontotoc conn tv. on the lace of re I un Ob thug tor received. «Of lh# Uwaes ali'eady in Ada. Roff. Stonewall and ('enter ga\e fav-< Ort hie majorities, while others were strong against it. Following is the vote by cinct? received at pre** time: In pre ■Se 1 ""!"BJ I 1 . ■■■IJH PANS ICUI lopXX’H 1*>?lON lTftfc~M»!&o l»K'l.l>i«'XT'%'S IHp PM 27 KNIIX KRS. HX KKKMIHi nlUAMXi t$Ws*UMKS HIS FUNCK IS OOI \*it I, OK' frttfltt t Ada Ward I..... Ward 2____ ... Ward 3..... Ward 4 , . . 1 stonewall...... * Friicf........ Owl Creek . I’ti ion Valley. , * Dagg*......... I West Roff  „ . . Kant Roff..... I Conway....... Knox..... Francs...... Fitzhugh...... I Center-- ...... Capitol Hill. . Typo la..... Egypt .. Hin ut........ laotian....... Hart  . . Wilson........ * Bebee.... Lawrence....... * Dibber*: .  ___ MY aide a..    ... Th** above figure of the ooanty give •Aor the bonds and Yes I tis ©6 4© 10 7 >6 ■I A IS IV d J 26 44 S o 4 in I 2 No 65 21 36 44 61 8 6 4    0 26 44 ‘I 2 48 5    7 24 24 78 38 31 41 102 88 28 63 44 c r. Ad ...    6    0 5    15 ...    7    28 a from    27 boxes a total of 854 1.109 against, -or it *:.)? Ak-*- uVrkl t*re.» VERSA ILIADS, May Nod a a biri It i*r* pttX'r: : Theist tr?*4\ length ;uan Ole irt-rijjiii.' iva- fetid tin- t**'rn? ujton the alhet! .aud ju*+oCiaae<i will make intact* -with ber ©puns were txjntatfeod in > of >ona    wards vthu Ll Wins (loaded Vie Gar* |kciiipottaiair«(^ at a u. femora 1*4"in blae? ‘*ere. attended fc. dele —.ate s • »f twi*inty-a»*ven gution-which a**- parties UU tile peace part ♦yule* Xiii Glutting. • German deleirattr•< to the y*aci* f(iu.:.>** Hectare tv-; V >1 sic** tm pent*- iivj.y, hut the.! Ho mane will not -pay ar. indemnity IV Am., j ;t [|k( K ARIS. agt a >    7. Rreuuer > Olden » u«> .it Italy uau Baron Noon uxo. forage nut. ade r. aiTrved at Bari? * * r ut ti Rome tills [norm.n -. T he Ital-: .iii] v reruier .<rrtvec .at the (Farii whii* house jj.iist aa th? Council of Four reassema*«Ad aiel .♦‘sumac his* Heat Hi the OOtMeCit. Italy XXIII (el Kl mile. A< Arabis »*f lesumiJi; particrpa-loi it the La* a<r neeoUat ions. Pre- 1 a majority of 465 against the jnsTtmn Return* from either a/>t yet in will increase the majority very materially. prep- boxes jinx AT Mil wIrelets A. J* r t >i 1J lido flits negottai Mins. accept*?! t ii e pete rs*-.ti that Italy adniiaimei' Flame a*- th** mandators Of the league e»f na'ion^ Ji»fil 1922. after wifeich dftlr IV v tty will rei«-r» lo 112.ii Inn itoi-et** gr t \. •v-s-vSe -vv'S. V •*> */ FOUND ->* <* <- V V V 4* A f.I* tiler porlaTfeook *» i.'kii* i - several :*undr*ti (.til tar* in .v*ut r®HA v and font** \« -nab Ie papers in view of tie tar-’ :i»«.' the , owner ba* ms* advert I Wed tor *t tfimUgb lh* WAYT i'<SiLUM.V8 of (he Ada New.- I "bal! most certainly kfeep i* •A* v v* V $ 4 hee*fS»je *r 4- INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY i:n i.X< EHKM TlttHilS I t IR HIKERI.XS    ICE    MSI <;Ii r VY nSHl NCM’ON. Me* 7 Drdei*s we e issued Today tty the Wai He-pat nm nt for the recr liting u' v .-0*m• ueu to serve as teplar*'4ji* tit 1 troop® or A n.erieaii soldiers n«sj» in. Klbsrin A repfacement detachment f f *d p> :!1 he organise*! at Sui Fra.iC«»eo: Q^orw* a>td tho ’mops >*111 he se, t forward in *111ila of r.MO *<a» *h as th -alliable Only ue-ri with previous experience will Im* .accept* • Ttc enlistments .Aor set** ,♦•*♦ bolt in Siberia and Europe ha® Urn oxter,d<nl to fie Hawaii#** 1-laiolfl md the Panama Canal Zone. Those »le-♦jTLng .to seine as rep tare mentis for the artSkV on the Rhine will be sent I.*st to ( anrp Meade, Md The uiilitar I UM BKT 1W WritK!LKi8 PPK VRN8HIA »w X'ork May 6.—-Tao ieJn^pU.one eiimipiiient jnrta4ie*lon the riut*Hi States trat»a#ort CrvoiTe Wasninuion for the use of President Wilton wa? need by Swwjary of War Raker for co rive naif Kins with sub#adulates in the VYar Hepart-ment at Washington wtule the ira usjw rf was several h ii ml rec mile? at sea* it was learned on the alii val of the v**ssel here. The transport bought a laruc mirrber ot t wops. Offtc*er» oi the trMMPOi’k sAid (hut by the uxe of Wiieleos telepjuuo «<|iiipiuect similar ie that used by ^Secretary Raker a hi*/en <*r more cipft within 300 mile** enjoyed the nightly talking niachin** concerts abv.lid venae|s. lie pen-e*! wireless calls for "twowe music** were de«*la» have teen recei*>a#4i by the Wttslutuiton’s skspper from the President Urgot. about lob miles astern, so that sailors aboanf here could continue dancio^ to the swinging strains r**prodne»id by wireless and 4Jei many on iii** other w as j handed iii** (iermau plenlpoteiitla-;    *«• 1    >1    Vt    rsitilles.    The long- ♦ t treaty ever drawn, it totals N<».-OOO words divided into fifteen sections representing fbi* combined effort of over 1,600 experts for three and »>iM‘-hnlf luonths since January 18, aud is printed in parallel French and English pages n*cog-nized ot equal validity. It does not deal with Austria. Turkey or Bul-J garia. except to hind flerinany to coy agreement reached with those countries later. Following the preamble and deposition of the powers comes the, league of nations covenant as the; first section. The frontiers of Her-j many in Europe are defined in the second ?n*ction. European political • classes are given in the third and fourth. Next are naval, military and ait t*'rn»s followed by the section on prisoners and military j • graves and the seventh on responsibilities and reparations. Financial terms ar** covered in sections 8 to IO Then come sections on ports, waterways and railways, the labor covenant aud guarantees and final clauses. Germany by the treaty terms restores Alsace-Lorraine to France, accepts temporary interua-t'onalirattoB of the Saar \alley aid of Ttanrig permanently, agree** ioi territorial changes toward He I gin to and denmark and ii) East Prussia, give** most of upper fAflesia to .Poland and renounces all territorial j rights outside of Europe as to her ow*) nr allies territory and especially Jo Morocco. Egypt. Siam, Liberia an*l Shantung. t^he recog-, hi*e*i the independence cc Herman Austria, ('zecho-Slovak ia and Po land.    0 Lei many’? army    tecfooed    lo l“b.©00 men. including officers; conscript sn within her terr!lories is abolished:    all    torts titty kilo meters east of the ' Ihine are lo bt razed, and all importation, export a* lion aud nearly all puwfuetioji war material sloppy!. Allied occupatjon of Germany will ^ ,,rrn he* continued    till    reparaiioo    is    ac-, complished. but will be reduced at the* end of coch of three fit e-year periods if Genii any fulfills her <i!*-Jigationa Adv German violation oi conditions as to the fifty-kilometer /.one east of the    Rhine will    Ik*    regarded as aa    aet    of war. The German navy is reduced to SIX taut tle«h ip*. Six light cr Iii-els aud twelve torpedo ImmJ.s and with a personnel of nut out J 5,©OO Men. All other vessels iii list he destroyed or surreiKtatred Geruiaov- nereids full responsibility for ah (Murages cans***! all allied and associated go*-eintufnis and their nationals am! agrees rpecijRcaUy to reimburse all civilian <ianiage.s beginning will: an initial payment of 20. no**. ****o. nm* marks i la.ooo.woo.noo ♦, subsequent payments lo be secured by bon*!? is sued at the discretion of the reparn-fieris (ommission. She agrees to tile trial of (he e\-k aliner by an international high court for supreme offenses again** (OXWHKSS AXILE MKKT HAY TCK TAKE I P l IUiKHT Tir SLX ERR. !», I tic A H»<»eiut*‘<l I*r**s® WASHINGTON, May 7.— President Wilson issued a call by cable today for a special session of congress to meet Monday, May 19. Sec- 1 retary Tumulty in making the announcement said it would be impossible for the preuident to be here on the opening day. The president was guided largely in naming the early date by the advice of Secretary I Glass as to the necessity of pass-j ing annual appropriations which I failed at the last session by reason I of the senate filibuster. SIX ARE SENT ENX 'Kl) IN ESPIONAGE ( ASE BEAUMONT, Texas, May 7 Sentences ranging from three mon’hs iii the county jail to fifteen months in the federal penitentiary at Atlanta were given lo certain members of the Williams and Evans families of San Augustine county by Judge Whitfield Jack in federal eour' Monday afternoon in connection with the espionage case in which I he m people were found guilty of harboring army deserters. Four members ot the Williams family and two members of the Evans family were foil nil guilty in federal court Saturday a week ago on charge.; o: assisting members of both fanrli*^ ai evading military law. Sol Williams. ©S years old, atm a grandfather of the Williams boys. I who w’ere alleged to have deserted, t was given fifteen months in the fed-! eral penitentiary, and Dare Evans was given a like sentence. Bose Williams was given three months in the county jail at Tyder. Clay Williams received four months in the same jail and Jim Williams was given | three months in the county jail at 0{ Ran Antoninn. Pete Evans, a iud of 17. was turned over to th* ."Chool at Boonville. Mo OXFORDS and PUMPS W e 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 0HOME 77 S.M.SHAW, PROP. Established In IMI AOA, OKLA. XIaiiiage I Jcen**cs. Ada; Minnie re- KLORENTE BROWN MURDER DISMISSED AT HALLAS !- DALLAS. May 7. The state ofj Tkxo?. through District Attorney J. Frank Foust. 23, Rogers, IS, Ada. Leonard Sutherland, 24, Frank*; Lizme Batson, 18, Hickory. Walter Winn, 37, Ada; Margarine Williams, 25, Ada Manuel Colbert, 22, Center; Julia Glisper, 27, Center. A. XX’. Pike, 22, Stratford; Myrtle Austell. 22. Center.    it a KER Willie Karnes, 22. Bebee; Grade I Crane, 18. Bebee. Virgil Mercer. 18, Maxwell; Mary Berry. 19, Maxwell. Joe M .Randolph, 23. Paoli; Auda Hilt. 21. Edmond Henry Dees. 23, Vanoss; Pearlie Bell. IS. Vanoss. Sidney Sweet, 30, Ada; Mollie EXPECTS TO OOO SOLDIERS MONTH. MOYE PER 300,- % T’jfc ll Goodman, 29, Ada. R. L. Stephens, 50, Lawrence; A. Ada; Sophia Willi? Pierson, yesterday dismissed I Lbe case against Felix R. Jones., charged by indictment with th* t mr- Graham, 49, Lawrence. dei of Miss Florence Blown in a     Jass * G - O’Neal, 21, Holdenville; Field street real estate office nearly j Julia Green, 18. Fillmore. six years ago. Jones was arraign J for mal Monday in Criminal Astrict court. It was set forth by Mr. Pior**)ji in his motion that (lie »taie hadj, not sufficient evidence upon which. to ask tor conviction of the le'Vrd-j E. R. Choate, 23. Alexander, 21, Ada. W. J. Powers, 38. Stonewall; Delta Cattleman, 16, Stonewall, th*- A<KoeIate<) Pivmp WASHINGTON, May 7. Secretary Baker announced today that by August the last man of the American expeditionary forces will have been withdrawn from France. He said the estimate wtas based on a movement of 300,000 men monthly to the United States. Already, Baker said the expeditionary forces in Fiance have been divorced from the army of occupation. ♦ ♦ ♦ intel national moi ality und of mary ^ 4. .|» 4 4* + + + + + + + + 4 # + + i<hher linum,als tor violation of laws 4 , amt customs .of war RainfaJU.    ♦ Th** league of nations is accepted _41 by allied and associaltyj power* as local .4 j operative and by Germany in prill* pr-esent American tome m Si- i ^ ^Y**6ther Hr on Bis ; et n rn iron, the trenches, is some «preuKk»; The memo! • s should t*e recorded in <»r:* *.*1 otir Elejiaut Pikho-giapli 4 - PhoiK* sol an appetent-'J.eft! -8 1 ta iTui 4 ntuaber* &bfmt 8.4»mj men and it if* the department’* HKtf-ntion to bring all of thf*m- home a* . v *t. ^s they CPII be replaced. % ♦ ♦ 4* Prof. MacMillan. I    I her *U»en-«f. SHAU* Ital •* j    i»ejub*HrKWjp. tto# raglan of Tu..«,.y n.gbt *    '»'-**>«'•<«,a1    labor    , .Mi W«U**0ay ,,D>J «uo n ,    WHI,    a    p«rmw..>u<    Ollie ant. i'!u* motion stated that “th* stn.e ot Texas has diligently inquired into! the facts and circumstances stir-! rounding the crime alleged in the’ indie 1 men J aud respectfully submits j that the fact* and circumstances j w hich <nn be proven with r« rnee j to the defendant will not exclude I eiery other reasonable hypothesi! than the guilt of the defendant.'’ * Following the reading of the ac*- ; lion. Judge R. B Seay announced I the case dismissed and disc liar gel witnesser and veniremen. The mo-1 tiou was preciously concurred ’n bvt amounted to .8© UDD) of an inch. ♦ ♦ 4 444 Stairs Studio > T 4 Masottir Ada Ijodge wall me**t at tot work in Meeting T cMiig Ut. No. 11$, A. F A A- NL. 8 o'clock this evening the Master’* degree. 84 %    PHONK The dsrree teitii; from the Francis lodge will put on the work, and if will be worth the time ot any Mason to attend. MILES CY GRIGSBY. XV. M. Henna Leaves Makes the Hair a Beautiful Auburn We sfll quantities of Henna Leaves, but the best iii idul we have is Hikers’ Egyptian in 50t cans. We have Hikers Cerate Cream, 50e; and Hikers’ Perox ide Cream, 35c. Also carry full line theatrical goods. J anteed Talcum, 25c; Kleyo Tootii Paste, 25c; Wicombs Special Tooth Paste for Riggs disease, 50c. Kexall Theatrical Cold Cream, 75c, full pound can. Gwin &r Mays Drug Co. MAIL ORDER DRUG STORE TOM GREEN S HI UG A DE MILL MEET AT HOMERVILLE JUNK 25 BRENHAM. Texas. Mh\ 7. The torticth annual meeting ol Ion* Green’s Brigade Association ^ iii be held in sonj^twilta Jan*' 25-26, i* iii- announcement majle by, john K. Rankin, life secretary of the a^o* elation. All Confederate .stildicrs <*f the orgHiitzaiion are earnestly j*‘~ quesicd un be present. Preserving Pre-HJMorif Ruin**. MEXICO CITY, May 7.—The de-partineiit of agriculture and development has obtained funds for the protection of the ancient ruin* of Mill*, located in the district of Tlacolula, state of Oaxaca, which hare been subject to depredation*. A comm barton of the government bureau of archeology will have charge of the work. The Mitla ruin* are among the oldest left by the tribe* that preceded those conquered by the Spaniards early in the 16th century. 1)1-* Tice aud annual eojiveutioji provided fur. The treaty preamble uaiues as parties of one part the United Stater., France. Great Britain. Italy and Japan. descrSta d as th? five allied and associated powers, and Belgium, Hoi ixia. Brazil, China, Cuba, fir Hadar. Greece, GtiuJeiii&lu. Haiti, Honduras, Liberia. Nicaragua. Panama. Peru, Poland, Portugal. Rumania, Serbia, Siam. Czeclio-*Slo\akia, aud Uruguay aad on other part Germany. Section one places upon the League of Nations many specific duties n addition to its general duties, it will appoint three of five members of the Saar commission to oversee its regime and carry oiU, the plebescite. It will appoint the high commissioner of Danzig, guarantee inde- j prudence of th? free city and ar-(Continued on Page Four.) Judge Sea J' and Sherif t Dan Harrison, who spent much time corking up testimony in connection with tn? case. Mi. Pierson prepared his motion alter having devoted all of Monday) and a part of Tuesday morning to! consultation with witnesses tor the ! state. 7.—Deriiob-ruule and rapidly, ac- government C. O. Moor the pur- Mrs. Jolly Dies. Mrs. Kula Bessie Jolly, aged 32 years, died at her home near Byrd’s Mill May 5th. Mrs. Jolly was born August lath. 1886, In Gordon County, Ga. At the age of 14 she professed faith in Christ and united with the Baptist church. When she was a young lady of 22 sutn-'nters she married John Jolly, whom she now leave* with four children, Hie oldest being seven year* and the youngest eight months. The funeral service* were conducted Tuesday afternoon *by Ref. TH K EYES OE ARE ON ADA *4 THE HEART OF HUMANITY” THE PICTURE THAT WILL PICTURE THAT LIVE FOREVER Thousand* have seen*it Thousands have marvelled over it— Thousands are talking about it Words can’t describe it-DON’T MISS IT. Pronounced by Critics. Press and Public the biggest picture in years. Daily, IO A. M. to Midnights SPECIAL MUSIC American Theater Ttiur. it Eri., Alay Admission 2.V lith am! mb aud AO? GOVERNMENT SKL!JAG SURPLUS LIVESTOCK. Ky ibe AMrtociuted Press DALLAS .Texas, May ii i sat ion of the army horse is going forward cording to figures on sales just compiled by ser, livestock inspector chasing quartermaster. The figures show that during Diet war the government bought 115,000* beati oh horses and mules at a to- j tai cost of $27,000,000 in the southern and central purchasing zones. When the hostilities ended the government owned about 500,000 head of horses and mules. 300,000 in the United States and 200,000 in ’ France, only 70.00 of the tatter number having been shipped from this country. Because of the big demand for j these cml mal* on central West farms the government has been hurrying distribution, and when auctions now advertised are completed 150.000! animals will have been placed back I on farms since Jan. I. Cavalry horses cost the government an average of $165, artillery horse* $190, and mules $100, ac-’cording to these figures. At the sales cavalry* horses have brough! an average of $85, artillery horses $150 and draft mules $160. The sales have included many worn oui animala, some Belling for as little a* IDI. On the othe- hand, many anlniaJs have brought fancy- prices. EXTRAORDINARY! AiVomen s Sit omen s cuppers REDUCED $2.95 ^.$3.95 Shoes don’t make the clothes make the man, woman any more than but well fitting, stylish Slippers give any woman an appearance of well bred, up-to-date prosperity which helps a great deal in life’s journey. These Slippers have a look of refinement and taste that make them worth more, although we don’t charge it. They are broken lots. LIVELY BUYING WILL ENSUE AS A RESULT OF THESE PRICES. SO COME EARLY! . The Surprise Store ftatabiished 1903 .Vi-1 lr West Main Phone  .........J

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