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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             are of a new race, living in a world of new ideals. You know that you have the power within you. to be the equal of the best and you want to dress up to your ideal of yourself. H. S. H. VARSITY and MAM-HIGH CLOTHES are modeled for Young Men .who have such ideas and ideals. In newest styles with all the military attributes; the verv popular stitched and braided waist-line effects are also well represented. Smartest fabrics 19 FEATHER WEIGHT SUITS to STEVENS-WILSON CO. From The MavlO, Army Uaf two I-is'-' nighi requested the resignation lion mark, Chief in.T. M j- j} roh ot Alva (lent 01 >ol number and J. Graves, presi-' IVntral State normal :it-Th announced today and the of troops returned from i-e now eNCoeds one million, movoment during April totaled Edmond. I'iO'MTS As an emaple of the de- to demobilization has men wore appointed by fm- week in June, according to the old liter Governor Williams. Craves do-1 schedule. 1-..V Ihi' il I'lVKS BERLIN, via Copenhagen. May The ermans are stunned by the peace terms presented by the allies and Germany's reply to the terms which will be presented at Versailles Wednesday will be a proposal "for a peace of right on a for all na- by THE TOP AGAIN dared last night that tho reason idven Superintendent Wilson and the suite hoard for ousting the presidents is wrung, at least in case, ami cited as tint one insiance of the efficiency of his regime that he had J.iU'-ii pupils enroled fur the summer course- at Kdmond. liable, president of North- eastern normal ai TahK'Muah, is due' _------- to his walking papers this morn-; fim._ ltlP' l-'x "Oklahomn 'had'V'n expecting such j ..versubscribed its quota in the Vic uv the state board since (Jov-1 Liberty Loan. KS all OKlaho- ernor Robertson became n controll-! mans would no. ..i F-iiilkner anil Crttves were told to morning......- before the Mate hoard yes-'ported at this time is slight, bit declared last night th'itiwill doubtless be increased witn was "cool their heels' .riniil reports. There ate. all while tho hoard was in session. ThfV were summoned to a room in the'Skirvin lust night, they said: and told of the derision of the board. U is understood there is no oppo- Brooks of'county I scribed. information has be accepted Bennett of Hugo will head; fo !he nunini' Normal. He was offered j position of high school inspec- tor by Superintendent R. H. Wilson some 'days ago, but it is thought he will prefer the Normal school work. The salaries of the presidents advanced m -Ki.'.OO a year and a: home furnished free. A, H. S. Miusons, Sol ice. Ada 1-odge No. 110, A. F. A. M meets in regular monthly coin- niunittUion at 8 o'clock this even- ing.- -Miles C. Grigsby. W. M. 1-NSVEI) TOR SKWKK SIWIfKKIW h re with tult tlle cll-v thurilles have asked that t.he peu- eiiv ,-ommission has issued ally lor refusal to make sewer con- tV rr-s" of twenty nations bo applM and they are o f who have persistent- going to assess tho penalty where- 1 o neglected to connect necessary. The state health as required by city h.ivo also asked that the vim, up 10 one -hundred dollars. ordinance Mavor Kitchens "told the sewers be connected. The line for yesH-rdaV that they recretted not makinu the connection is any hale into court DEIEKAIII EXPECTED basis of lasting peace according to a to the German people issued President Ebert today. j Asserting that, the allies con- linued the war by means of the i blockade for six months after Ger- i many had signed the armistice con-i ditions and observed them faithful- ly basing their hopes all the while on the promise of the allies con- jtained in the note of November 8 jthat peace would on the basis of President Wilson's fourteen points, the proclamation recites that the al- lies "have now given' us instead peace terms which are in contra- diction to the given promise. It is May unbearable for the German people impracticable even if we put forth all possible efort to comply with the terms set forth." The proclamation closes with an .appeal to the Germans to stand to- "The oversubscription re- Knowing no parties, "and to preserve with the government mutual trust in tho path of duty in the belief of the triumph of right and reason." The German press is a unit in condemning the terms and most of papers vehemently demand that the government refuse to sign the treaty. Delegates May Ketum. PARIS, May peace plenipotentiaries are at perfect lib- erty to return to Berlin to consult their government if they to so, it is reported in conference cir- cles if niado. would not mean break ing 'off of negotiations. The Ger- mans, it said, enjoy entire free- dom of movement and diplomatic, immunity. Xotliins I-Vom Hun PARIS, May Wil-1 son expressed the belief today that- nothing would be heard from the German plenipotentiaries for about a week. Neither he nor other mem- bers of the American delegation have heard anything regarding the published report that the German delegates were preparing to leave Versailles. Tho German delegation worked until -1 o'clock this morn- ing preparing counter propositions. No communications have as yet lied yet met their quotas, for the honor and "iiod name of these communi- ties another chance will bo given to god and the state committee will assist the lagging ones In meet- their full obligations to ihe end at ].u. as" May ihnir customers. A EAI [VENT INTRODUCING TO DADDY mi his re'urn tnitn the fi-ench.---. Minic- occasion. The nifiimr es should recorded in om- "f our Klegant Photo- triipi.v. Phone fur an appoint- Stall's Studio I'HONE 34 din- of the most beautiful as well as enjoyable banquets ever given by tho High school students, was the line held at the Harris last evening :ii nine o'clock. The guests were greeted at the i head of the stairway by Misses Mary and Mae Burdick and in- troduced by Misses Ola Burke and Cladys Gilftrap to tlu> receiving line, which consisted of -Mr. Ar- nold Mallory. president of the class, ______ 'Misses liunict! McNew, vice-presi-1 dent, and Lettie Rock, the secretary-] Ax-f.-iiif-l trea.-uror Mr. Walters, loastmasteri PARIS, May Austrian j fol. evtMline _and tho other mem-! peace delegation will leave Vienna lhe jllni0i- class. Monday and reach Paris probably a lew minutes spent in an- Wednesday, the French foreign of- conversation, the young la-; Howard (ice was advised today. Previous by the young] work ou chiefs of the al- liv NEW BRICK BUIL EAST SWEET GIRL GRADUATES AND JUNE BRIDES Will find this May Sale Un- usually Interesting. WHITE GOODS Ideal for Graduation Frocks, and Trousseaux. Traiisparant Sheer White Voiles----------------------- Georgette Crepe--------------------------- lifi-in. Smooth White to Yd. ___ __03c Yd. to Yd. (o Vd. COUNTESS SATIN FOR SKIRTS 4U-in. Imported heavy Countess sfcuin for serviceable and washa- ble Skirts, plain and large checks. ViA. Kfl 1 HI (1------.-------------------- May Sale Display of GINGHAMS AND PERCALES I'M 1'ercale. good'width'and a good grade for this price; all good patterns; 7 EXTRA SPECIAL AT 28c THE YARD Ml 35c and 40c Ginghams are ..Included in this lot. Every pattern in this assortment-is.good. This "is one of the best lines ,n the house. PHOMC Tl S.H.SHAW, PROP, In 1MI Thirteen wus rho sacred number or Although the Suez canal is only 99 the Mexk-nns the ancient people if rcduws dlsUnce of Yucatati. Their week hud 13 days I'-nRland to Indm by sen they hud snake gods. ll OS- ________________- Let a Want Ad get it for you. l.p{ a Want Ad get it for you. had indicated that, the Aus- delegation was expected to Paris Friday. gentlemen to the, win-re covers were room Main and Zorn have begun a large brick on East which will be occupied by L. -as1 I WASHINGTON. May 10. Offi- cial Victory loan subscriptions have reached which is siiort of the ninouiit for. !t Ior yOU' and again we thank you You are paying the government tax on luxuries so readily nod uncomplainingly that It deserves special mention. Just why the tramps of this law should deem PATENT MEDICINES luxuries we ar.- at loss to understand. There are some very worthy and verv NBCKSSARY patents and proprietary and the government says fhat we MUST COLLECT THIS TAX FROM THK CONSUMER. TAXAUI.K ITKMS HKRH 1-ropri.Mary medicines and medicinal soaps, perfumery and toilet prc.pa rations except soaps not medicinal, cameras and their accessories. Thermos bottles, etc., and any additional Items con- sidered luxuries. MOST Al.l. FOUNTAIN DRINKS' ARE TAXABLK. Grtin GrMays Drug Co. class of the Ada School gave a very pretty nias- utierade party in the a.uditonnm of the high school Friday night when their sponsor was Miss "pink and green class colors were carried out in the auditorium deco- irirls were transfigured into .-racefnl Japanese dancers. baby girls with lots of ruffles. Martha with their hoop skirts and silver hair, Indian girls with red faces and long, straight tresses, and vaudeville plrls furnished music ics, pink and white carnations, gar- lands of roses and potted begonias, the- color scheme being carried out in the class colors, pink, while and The favors -for the girls COTTOX WAUBHOUSK TO HK USUD KOJl KEV1VAL News was in error yesterday- article stating that the big were _-- _ 111 1 1 n ti i i it it tiny pots ot pink begonias revival would be held Jam! the boys, white carnations, Ada" compress building. The with theii gold-dust tambourines, while the twins performed with brooms The boys in this party, for the most part, were farmers, some black faces, one American sol- dier and one wild west cowboy. A banquet consisting of- fruit i building to be used is the Ada cot- cocktail, sliced tomatoes, olives and lm warehouse al the cornerof Ren- spring radishes, salted nuts, roast ,jml East This is even a yount turkey with dressing, oetter place than the compress peas, potatoes in cream, Parker much more centrally House rolls.' piemento-cucumber sal- Iocated AILAHIIC Ml r.v [in ad. noapolitan ice cream cake. At the close of the banquet, Mr. J. T. Walters, in his customary genial, yet dignified manner, intro- duced the speakers of the evening, as follows: "Our McKeown. "Our Mooney. "Ada Marshall. "The School Jor- dan. "The Mallory. "The Cutler. "The School Fen- tern. "Iu Their J.' E. Hlckman. "Those Who Mc- New. i "Our Next Orr. v I At the conclusion of, the toasts a N. S., May Hamiefs Soloauy, of the three giant American sea- UI IHV VV planes attempting a trans-Atlantic flight ilook to the air today on the e" ,_ ___I-A paraphrase of Hamiet's Soloo.uy, written by Welborn Hope, was ef- fectively read by.Miss Gladys Gdl- second leg of their cruise Beach, N. Y., where they start next week for Portugal with a stop at the Azores Islands. The N C 1 set out at and was followed at 9; 07 by the N. C. 3. The start was made under an al- most cloudless sky with a gentle north wind cutting the course. Irom' strap, after which the guests made oirs, declaring they had happiest ''time of their their had the lives. Jerry Patton's little who was run over several days ago by a truck, is very much improved to- day and his condition promises a favorable recovery. When the big revival opens in July it is expected that its Influence will reach every imrt of Pontotoc county, Mr. 'Ham's plan is to hold day time meetings in Stone- wall, Stratford, Roff, Francis and Allen, and be will come so near to the hearts of the people that they will come many miles to hear his sermons. THE WAY TO WELLVILLE Many a man hus made a for- 5. tune -by watching the want ad. A columns of hifi local dally paper, y It is here that the buyer gets 3. in touch with the seller imrue- dlately. and vise versa. The T News "want offers .j. you more service fov the j- amount of money invested than 5. any other method you can em- A ploy. If you are skeptical on this point give It a trial and T be convinced. One cent per word per day Is the rate. Y Would you psk it for less? A f be i I We SUNDAY May llth Go to the Church of Your Choice HEAR A MOTHER'S DAY SERMON Wear for Mother at home a flower For Mother's memory a flower white. 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