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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             what will be our next move? VOLUME :XVL NUMBER 47 ADA, .OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY, or TKK.MS UITUMAXY IIY AJJ'JKS MEET JitAY Ifl, TAKE UP -KOXKS OITOSKP UKAITIKU. mmmer :i liter THE1 "GOODS' C7-1 wear. and cvrr words divided into sec- tions represeiitlnp: fhe combined bonds ver? ba.illy .tie.-. -o'f over 1.000 -irxpens for three in county, on tholju-d it.innths Since January The reatert lacb of j. Of. -btwie.s Stonewall and thus .far received.: is, and is -id Ada. Ro.ff, I Prr-m-h and printed in parallel ___, __................... Enplish iwces reCOR- Outer cave nizi-a-of wjtial validity. It does not orable majorities, wfcilo .others vere'drill "fflrh Austria. Turkey -or Bill strong: apalnst it. Following .is the vou- hy received at press J.ime: NVnril 1 i Ward 2.. I Ward 3 Ward 4 4-0 .JOT piv- 21 se 44 exoeiit 10 agreemfiit later. 'Kollou'mj: the prcautlilc Ortnnny to with those and de- 'pofiition of the powers comes the I league of nntlons covenant as (lie first section. The frontiers of Ger- many in Europe are defined in the i section. 'European political   Then r-oine sections on ports. waterways ami rail-ways, flit1 labor "S Covenant and jmarantees and fimil SS clauses. 'by the treaty "1 jtcruis restores Atea.on-Lorniine to 41 France, accepts it-niporiiry- intents- 102 tionalizatiou of tho Saar valley and SS iof the I'l WASHINGTON, Mav dent Wilson iiisued a by cable today for a special session of con- gress to meet Monday, May 19. Sec- retary Tumulty in making the an- nouncement said it be impoB- sible for the president to be here on the opening day. The president was guided largely in naming the aarly dnte by the advice of Secretary Glass as to ing annual the necessity of paw- appropriations which failed at the last session by reason of the senate filibuster. CASK SIX AUK SKNTKJPCKU IX BHPIOX; HEAUMONT, Texas, May tence.s rnntflnj; from three months in tho county jail to fifteen tnomiis in tho federal penitentiary ai. Atlnuia wort1 to certain members of the Williams and Evans families of San Augustine county hy .liidtfo Whitl'ield .lack in federal couv Mon- day afternoon in connection with the espoinape' i-aso in which people were found jcuilty of harbor- ing army deserters. Four nienibi-'-o I'amilv and iwo changes unvarrt He 'glum b h Kvans family and nnd to Etasi -Prussia. 44JKivCH iuo.it of upper wire outside of Eunope .us .Po- federal court Sai- 1 'assisting members o_f both ranrli'-'s tL'ili evading military law, OXFORDS and PUMPS We have a few numbers in Pumps and Oxfords that we are offering at special prices. You will find a of sizes in these numbers and all good styles. OXFORDS AND PUMPS No. Kid Oxfords; Military Heel; Value No. 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 PHOMC 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP. In IMS Hj A.-., VBRSAIUJSS. v.n.- told IN- ;ilVnd pmvfis will iicikt trfhO ul whit li tin- i sl in 41 HIS Mhrriage Ucensts. 1I-, iOi-lan- AHIS, .'Kay of Itaif.. oad KarOfl miuistwr. aiTrrvert at .Paris Roiut- tilts morSuiDK- Ical- ULD t> Returns aot yd in wi'H majority very from oilier inert-rise maierially- tun- man pir-iiipuiBnljiu-iitti .at a U.KIIIO.-J vtrrived ust as -QW and tJie tPaj'is Conacil of uttonv.od whu-h i.i> tin- pt-aw Still ItlnUinn. to the Will WXJI  full, pound can. MAIL ORDER DRUG STORE K' aiinuuncoment. made by, Johp K. taultiii, life .secretary of the asho- All. Conl'wlej-aie   be pr..t'sen'. case, consuliatiou with witnesses :'or the state. Pre-Hisiwic MEXICO CITY. May The de- partment of agriculture and devel- opment has obtained funds for the protection of ihe ancient ruins of j M.itia, located in the district of Tlacolula, state of Oaxaca, which have been subject 10 depredations, A commission of the government j bureau of archeology will have of the work. The Mitla ru- I-ns are among Ihe oldest left by ahe tribes that-preceded those con- by, the' Spaniards early in! 'liie 16th century. i .Tbe, trea.ty preaiB.ble uamo.s as, flar-1 Mlt. I'ierson prepared his motion ties oi one part tbe United- after having, devoted all of Monday 'France. Britain, Ititly and un.d a piirt of. Tuesday. mornJuic to Japan, as- the five allie-i ly.cJ associated1 powers, and BelKhim, Bolivia. Brazil, China, Cu-ba. Ecua- dor, Greece; Haiti, Hun- Libaria, .Nlcarueiuv, Eauama. SURPLUS UVESTOCK. tlji: ANnoclutod Prces DALLAS May ilization of the army mule and horso is Koing rorwaj.'d. mpidly, ac- cordinfi: to flKtires on, government sale's just compiled by C. O. Mo- ?er. livestock Inspector of the pur- chnjins rjuartermaster. The figures show that tiurinR the war ihe government bought 11-5.000 head oi horses and mules at a to- tal cost. 0-f in. the Peru, Poland, I'ortutsd. Riuuania, Slain; Ciiucllo-iSl'OViUtja, and iUJit on other part Ger- many, Section one places upon Lea- Miit of Naiions many specific duties in addition to its- KenM-al duties. It. will r.ppoint tliree of- five members of the Saar commission to oversee its regime and carry out the plebe- sciie. It will appoint the high com- missioner of Danzitr, puaranl.ee inde- pendence of the free city and ar- (Continued on Pape Four.) eru and central purchasing zones. I Mrs. .lolly Pies, Mrs. Eula Bessie Jolly, aged 3-2; ''.years, died at her home near Byrdfs Mill May 5Lh, Mrs, Jolly, was bom Augufit latb'.. in Gordon County, Ga. At the age of 14 she profoifsed: tjiith.'in Christ and tiie-BflptiBt. church; Wlian. she was a youflg1 .lady of 22 iieVs sho married'.John Jolly-, she now leaves with four. cKHdrqu the- oldest being ,5718 v4hfl !eiKM months. The-' -fwieral services were cqBr ducted- Tuesday afternoon .Refi ;.G. G. Monrift, at the. Jesse, cometeYy where Interment took place'. TKK KYKS OK ADA' OX "THE HEART OF HUMANITY" THE PICTURE THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER _ Thousands have sands have marvelled over Thousands are talking about it can't describe DON'T MISS Pronounced by Critics, Press and'. Public the biggest picture7.in 'Daily, 10 M.1 to' SPECIAL "-MUSIC- isj sAmewcaii i Tliur. Jfe-'Pri.if :8th. and .Will.'. OOb i I When the hostilities ended the emment owned about head j of horses and. mules. in rihe United- States- and 300..000 in Trnncp. only of the latter 'number having been shipped from country. Because of. the big demand- for c.nlmnla on central Wesffanns 'the government has been hurrying 'djstribwtlim, an-d: auctions now Advertised- are completed- will' haye-beerr placed ndck r farms since' Jan-. 1. Cavalry horses cost the govern- 'inent HIT'average- of artillery 'tioraef and inuleS' ac- 'covdrne ftgufes." A.f tha 'saliar! cavaJVx-Vn.W'sem hdyie; xbro.UBht .Sim- average-.lOT1 ardrifety mulpj-i 'aDlrnalT, ;orne selllug' little ?'lii'i.- On 'the othe.- .Itaitul, jiiara telmals .brougjit1. fancy.- -priceci a Want Ad.get It for you: EXTRAORDINARY! omen s REDUCED' Shoes don't make the woman any more- than clothes' make the man, 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 re- finement and> taste that make them worth; more, although we don't charge it. They are broken lots. LIVELY BUYING WILL AS A SO1 COM? Tfr> Store. r'stablished 1903 .1 SI. Phone   

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