Saturday, May 10, 1919

Ada Evening News

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he gfoa evening von MF XVI. ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY IO, 1910 TWO CENTS THE COPY laagh*s»>Higb nod*-* Mldf br Lwpold, OifH You Higli School and Normal Boys are of a new race, living in a world of new ideals. You know that you have the power within you to he the equal of the hest and you want to dress up to your ideal of yourself. H. 8. & M. VARSITY and LANGHAM CLOTHES are modeled for Young Men who have such ideas and ideals. In newest styles with all the military attributes; the very popular stitched and braided waist-line effects are also well represented. Smartest fabrics $25 *$40 FEATHER WEIGHT SL ITS $10    $30 I’ K H S I I) K N T S ti HAV *28    4M> FAULKNER DI T; HAULK SI HKU-l l.Kl» TO OO TODAY. DEMOBILIZATION PASSES 2,<MMt,' VOCIFEROUS HOWL HOES UP <From The Oklahoman) Atter a secret session lasting *0 day. the state board of education last night requested the resignation of \. S. Faulkner, president of Northwestern State Normal school at Alva and J. W. Gravel, president of c* nti al State normal at Edmond ♦•Failure*' Aliened. “Failure to show proper growth" in their institutions was the reason giveu Hie presidents for their dis-missals Both men were appointed bv former Governor Williams. Graves de-elared last night that the reason given bv Superintendent Wilson and the state board for ousting the presidents is wrong, at least in h.s ease. ain! cited as but one instance of the efficiency of bis regime that he had 2.«H m I pupils enroled for the summer course at Edmond. (J. W. Gable, president of Northeastern normal at Tahlequah, is do* to get Irs walking papers this mot n-, ing Act bm *2\|tected. Graves had been expecting such jariion by the state board suice Gov-ernor Robertson hecatne a controlling factor. Faulkner and Graves were told to appeal lie fore the stale hoard yesterday but declared last night th a* all they did was “cool their heels' in the outer room of the capitol while the board was in session They were summoned to a room in the Sklrvin lait night, they said. and told of the decision of the boa rd. It is undentood there is no opposition to President J. M. Gordon of Ada oi President Et heroin* ot Weatherford. President Brooks tit Durant resigned some time ago. While no official information Juts been give nout to that effect, it is generally understood that Superintendent Bennett of Hugo will head lh*‘ Durant Normal, ll** was offered the position of high school inspee* I tor by Superintendent R. H Wilson j some days ago, but it is thought h** i will prefer the Normal school work. The salaries ol the presidents were |advanced to $3,€00 a year and a (home furnished free. Max ms. Notice. i Ada Ixjdge No. 119, A. F. a. A. M., meets in regular monthly rom* s mu nim Don at 8 o’clock this evening Miles O. Grigsby. W. kl non MAUK AND AH KAIN OF SFH KIU LF.. tty tin* \vxvci.iti»u f*r*m WASHINGTON. May IO. Army demobilization passed the two million mark. Chief of Staff General March announced today and the number of troops returned from France now exceeds one million. The movement during April totaled 302f.1T>* As an emaple of the de-gref to which demobilization has been expedited. March announced that the Ninetieth division, Texas and Oklahoma troops, would embark this month, instead of second week in June, according to the old schedule. IHI TOP ACAIN AGAINST THI LMS OF TF ACK TREATY. I tv Itll* A*.M**t»!t» *1 Dress BERLIN, via Copenhagen, May IO.— The erin a us are stunned by the peace    terms presented    by    the allies and    Germany’s    reply    to    the terms which will be    presen ted    at Versailles    Wednesday    will be    a proposal “tor a peace of right on a basis of lasting peace for all nations.” according to a proclamation to the German people issued by President Ebert today, i Asserting that the allies continued the war by' means of the blockade for six months after Germany had signed the armistice conditions and observed them faithfully. basing their hopes all the while on the promise of the allies contained in the note of November 8 that peace would on the basis of President Wilson’s fourteen points, the proclamation recites that, the allies “have now given us instead peace terms which are in contradiction to the given promise. It is unbearable for the German people and 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 together knowing no parties, “and to preserve with the government mutual trust in the path of duty in the belief of the triumph of right and reason." Th* German press is a unit in condemning the terms and most of the papers vehemently' demand that' the government refuse to sign the OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. May I it t Special.)    “Oklahoma has oversubscribed its quota In the Victory Liberty Loan, as all Oklahomans believed it would do.” said NY R. Graham, state director, this morning. The oversubscription reported at this time is slight, but will doubtless be increased with final reports. There are, however, a number of counties not to be, i amed at this time which have not yet met their quotas, tot the honor J and good name of these coiiiniuiii-1 ties another chance will be given to J make god and the state committee will assist the lagging ones in meet - • treaty. ny their full obligations to the end    INelegate* May Return, that by next Wednesday at the hit- PARIS, May IO. German peace est the quota in every Oklahoma plenipotentiaries are at perfect lib-eouniy will have been oversub- erty to return to Berlin to consult scribed Reports front banks will their government if they desire to bt* accepted as late as May 20 . go , it Is reported in conference circles .if made, would not mean break ing off of negotiations. The Germans, it •- said, enjoy entire freedom of movement and diplomatic Will yet for *h will give those which are behind an oportmilty to report their customers." i A. H. S. SWEET GIRL GRADUATES AND JUNE BRIDES Will find this May Sale Unusually Interesting. WHITE GOODS Ideal for Graduation Frocks and Trousseaux. Transparant Organdies-------  to    $1.50    \il. Sheer White Voiles___________________________G«V    to    $1.50    \<1. Georgette Crepe------------------------------$1.95    to    $2.29    \d. 3€-in. Smooth White Satin____________________$2.25    to    $2.50    Yd. COUNTESS SATIN FOR SKIRTS 4«>-ii». Imported heavy Countess Satin for serviceable and washable Skirts, plain and large checks.    $4.50 .May Sale Display of GINGHAMS AND PERCALES 2 5c Percale, good' width and a good grade for this price; all good d» A patterns; 7 yards for--------* EXTRA SPECIAL AT 28c THE YARD All 35c and 40c Ginghams are included in this lot. Every pattern in this assortment is good. This is one of the best lines in the house. MHcuvs^ DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP,    dSfei Established in IMI    AOA, OK LA. A CHEAT EVEN! \\ % BRANTS ISSI ED FOK SEW HK SLACKERS The city commission has issued warrants for the arrest of twenty cit!lens of Ada who have persistently refused or neglected to connect with the sewers as required by city ordinance. Mayor Kitchens told the News yesterday that they regretted to hale into court any citizen of the town, but the city health authorities have asked that th** penalty lor refusal to make sewer con- J met ions be applied and they are; going to assess the penally where-* ever necessary. The state health officers have also asked that the sewers be connected. The tine for no* asak,ns. the connection is any sum up to one hundred dollars. EXPECTED WEDNESDAY 4 INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY 4- LIBERTY LOAN TOTAL nil Ills trench* '. J mentor es iii on* of graph meet. re’urn I rom the » nome occasion. The should be recorded our Elegant Photo-Phone for an appoint Stairs Studio .j. •J* ll PHONE 54 IL ! lj.’ ,\»    {»    ll    Pre*** WASHINGTON. May DF OIH-etal Victory loan subscriptions have i ea*'hed $3.50.000.000, which is $1,-000,000.000 short of the amount asked for. IU lh** A'-X* ial« il Dre-s PARIS, May IO.— -The Austrian peace delegation will leave \ ienna Monday and reach Paris probably Wednesday, th** French foreign office was advised today. Previous advices had indicated that the Austrian delegation was exp«*cted to teach Paris Friday. SOPHOMORE CLASS MASQUERADE PARTY The Sophomore class of the Ada High School gave a very pretty masquerade party in the auditorium of the high school Friday night w it* n t heir sponsor was Miss \\ ilia Harbert. and green oui in th* class colors auditorium wet ♦* deco- L* Want Ad get it for you transfigured into dancers. baby «’n* of the most beautiful as well a;- enjoyable banquets ever given by iii* High school students, was the one held at the Harris last evening] at nine o’clock. Th* guests were greeted at the toad of the stairway by Misses Mary Marshall and Mae Burdick and in-} 11 od viced by Misses Ola Burke and Gladys Gils trap to the receiving line, which consisted of Mr. Ar-1 gold Mallory, president of the class. Misses Eunice McNew, vice-presi- j dent, and Bettie Rook, the secretary-' tsea.-urer, Mr. Walters, toastmaster for Die evening .and the other members of Die Junior class. Alter a few minutes spent in animated conversation, the young ladies were conducted by the young gen ti* men to the banquet room w here covers were laid for forty-six. The tables arranged In the form of a T were gorgeous with calla Bin's. pink and white carnations, garlands of roses and potted begonias, th** color scheme being carried out in the class colors, pink, white and g seen.    The favors for the    girls were tiny pots of pink begonias, and the boys, white carnations. A banquet consisting of fruit cocktail, sliced tomatoes, olives and spring    radishes, salted nuts,    roast | young    turkey with dressing,    *    * immunity. Nothing From Hun Delegates. PARIS, May’ IO.—President Wilson expressed the belief today’ that nothing would be heard from the German plenipotentiaries for about a week. Neither he nor other members of the American delegation have heard anything regarding the published report that th** German delegates were preparing to leave__ Versailles. The German delegation j Let a Want Ad get it for you.    Lei    a    Want    Ad    get    it    for    you. worked until 4 o’clock this morn-    —fr— ing preparing counter propositions, No communications have as yet been sent to th** chiefs of the allied missions. Thirteen.    What    Suez Canal Doei. Thirteen was Die sacred number ot Although the Suez canal is only 99 the distance sea nearly and they had 13 huh ke pods.    ">«**•    'WI**. Thirteen was Die sacred number of Annougn me micz canal I the Mexicans ain ! th** ancient people filles long, it reduce* the of Yucatan. Their week had 13 days Yoni England to India by s . ..    . ....    .    .    I (Mill inflow NEW BRICX BUILDING LOR EAST MAIN Howard and Zorn have begun work on a large brick on East Main which will be occupied by L. Rock’s garage. Its dimensions will be 100x140 feet and one story. The builders expect to make it thor-oughlv modern in every detail. and again we thank you You ar** paying the government tax on luxuries so readily and uncomplainingly that it deserves special mention. Just why the framers of this law should deem PATENT MEDICINES luxuries we ai*- al loss to understand. There are some very worthy and very NECESSARY patents and proprietary medicines and the government says that we MUST COLLECT THIS TAX FROM THE consumer. TAXABLE ITEMS ll ERE ARK— Proprietary medicines and medicinal soaps, perfumery and toilet preparations except soaps not medicinal, cameras and their accessories. Thermos bottles, etc., and any additional items considered luxuries. MOST ALL FOUNTAIN DRINKS ARE TAXABLE Gwin <S~ Mays Drug Go. Fink carried rations. The girls were graceful Japanese --------- .    . chis with lots of ruffles. Martha *7 - *    -    . wihin* on. with their hoop skirts »«'■** roll*, pieimntu-cueumber sal and silver hair. Indian sirls with ad neapolitan Ice cream cake. red face* and long, straight treaves.    At the close of the banquet, Mr. vaudeville girls furnished and vaudeville girls Turnisneu music with their tambourines, while the gold-dust twins performed with brooms. The boys in this party, for the most part, were farmers, some black faces, one American soldier and one wild west cowboy. t’OTTON WAREHOUSE TO BE USED FOR REVIVAL The News was in error yesterday in ifs article stating that the big Ham-Ramsey revival would be held in the Ada compress building. The building to be used is the Ada cotton warehouse at the corner of Ren-, and East Ninth. This is even a »    »better place thaji the compress potatoes in cream, 1 ai kel    } building and much more centrally located. When the big revival opens in July it is expected that its influence will reach every part of Pontotoc county. Mr. “Ham’s plan is to hold day time meetings in Stonewall, Stratford. Roff, Francis and Allen, and he will come so near to the hearts of the people that they will come many miles to hear his sermons. ATLANTIC FLIGHT r.v of iii** A*aoH»te*l Prest* HALIFAX, N. S., May 10.-the three giant American plants attempting a trans-Atlantic flight took to the air today on the second leg of their cruise from Rookaw’ay Beach, N. V., to Trepas-say. N. F.. where they expect to start next week for Portugal with a stop at the Azores Islands. The N. C. I set out at 8:44 and was followed af 9:07 by the N. C. 3. The start was made under an almost cloudless sky with a gentle north wdnd cutting the course. L. T. Walters, in his customary genial, yet dignified manner, introduced the speakers of the evening, as follows: “Our Guests"—Roy McKeown. “Our Hosts"—Lawrence Mooney. * Ada High"—Mary Marshall. “The School Spirit"—-Jewel Jordan. “The “The "The tem. “In Their Defense"-Hickman. “Those Who Aspire" ] New. "Our Next Step"—Guy Orr. Two At the conclusion of the toasts a sea-1 paraphrase of Hamiefs Soloquy, written by Welborn Hope, “was effectively read by Miss Gladys G41-strap. after which the guest* made their devoirs, declaring they had had the happiest time of their lives Faculty"—Arnold Mallory. Students"—Mrs. Cutler. School Board" Earl Fen- Supt. J. E. -Eunice Mc- \ THE WAY E TO WELLVILLE Many tune by Jerry Patton’s little son, who was run over several days ago by a truck, is very much improved today and his condition promises a favorable recovery. a man has made a for-watching the want ad. columns of his local daily paper. It is her** that the buyer gets in touch with the seller Immediately, and vise versa. The News “want ad” column offers von mine service for th** amount of money invested than any other method you can employ. lf you are skeptical on this point give It a trial and be convinced. One cent per word per day is the rate. Would you ask it for less? .A •!-.    -V    *M*    • SUNDAY May lith Go to the Church of Your Choice HEAR A MOTHER’S DAY SERMON ****** ****** Wear for Mother at home a flower bright— For Mother’s memory a flower white. * * * * * * ****** The Surprise Store Established 1903 415-117 West Main St. *Phone 117