Monday, May 12, 1919

Ada Evening News

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 12, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XVI. X UMBER 51 !lfoa { €benmg ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY INSC'KllTION    SA VS    \VII><>\ ABANDONER LMH’KTKKX ISH MS. I tv IIM* A sift* i. it im I l*ri'M BKH LIN, May 12. “Germany lias unfurled a new banner on which are inscribed President Wilson's fourteen points which the president apparently has deserted.” said Fried erieh Ebert, president of Germany* in a statement to the Associated Press. Ebert called the treaty a monstrous document declaring that history holds no precedent for the determination to annihilate completely unvanquished peoples. REPORT SAYS ALLIES WILL SK\I> THOOFS AGAINST BOLSHEVIK! CENTER. BERNS RAILROAD BRIDGES IN NORTHERN MEXICO, REPORT SAYS. - 0 L*atb*ra-H^h fish's Made by Leopold, Chicago You High 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. S. S M. VARSITY and LANGHAH-HICH CLOTHES are modeled for Young Men who have such ideas and ideals. In newest styles with all the military attributes; the very papular stitched and braided waistline effects are also well represented. Smartest fabrics $25 !» $40 FEATHER WEIGHT SITTS $10 Is $30 STEVENS-WILSON CO. WI REM col NCU. OI' KOI It AGREE ON MOST POINTS IN \ NSW ER TO NOTES. it) 111** A-^,M-Int<*«t PfVSS STOCKHOLM. May 12.—Entente forces are preparing for military operations with Helsingfors the capital of Finland, as the base for an attack on Petrograd, according to a Helsingfors dispatch to the Afton Tidningen. Fifty thousand troops are expected to take part in the operations according to a dispatch which says French cruisers are now tying iii the Gulf of Finland off Helsingfors ready to take part. Unofficial reports state that Admiral Kolchak, head of the Omsk government, has issued an appeal to th-* allies for aid, saying that his «orc*s are hard pressed by tho bolshevik! and that unless the allies Cl• me to his ald immediacy he will appeal to Germany. It is not known whether the put ported preparations mentioned in the Helsong-tos dispatch has any connection with the Kolchak appeal. VICTORY LOAN IS LI) (he A-sm-hit im I WASHINGTON, May 12.—Five j bridges on the branch of the National railway of Mexico between , Torreon and Chihuahua have been I destroyed by Villa forces, accord-i lug to advices received here from I Mexico City quoting a “high offi-| cial’ of the Mexican government, i The increasing boldness of Villa’s I attacks is causing alarm in north* I em Mexico and troops are being I rushed <o th“ scene of the trouble. — $- NAV SALE NOW ll MESS SWEET GIRL GRADUATES AND JUNE BRIDES Will find this May Sale Unusually Interesting. W HITE GOODS Ideal for Graduation Frocks and Trousseaux. Transparent Organdies________________________:?8c    to    $1.50    Yd. Sheer White Voiles__________________________05c    to    $1.50    Yd. Georgette Crepe---------------------------,$1.05    to    $2.20    Y r d. 36-in. Smooth White Satin ____________________$2.25    to    82.50    Yd. COUNTESS SATIN FOR SKIRTS 46-in. Imported heavy Countess Satin for serviceable and washable Skirts, plain and large checks. Yard ----------------------------------------- $4.50 FRONTIER SAME AS MAPPED OUT BY TREATY OF liONDON. Bv + + + * ♦ + + + ♦ ♦ ll?*’ Ais. mi a till Bits- The Council of Four at to- *f day's meeting decided to re- + let- the German notes on labor + and repatriation of prisoners 4» to experts for consideration 4* instead of answering them im- 4» mediately, as was done with 4* first two German comm tint- 4» cations.    4» Holland Receive*. Demand. PARIS. May 12. -The Temps publishes .t note from the Dutch legation at Paris declaring that the demand for the extradition of the former German emperor has reached Holland Suits cleaned and pressed. $1.50, Miller Bios.    C-l-tf. WEATHER HALTS AIRPLANE VOYAGE •8* V ❖ INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY ne ins return from tho t "encl.**<. - some occasion. The memories should be recorded in ope of our Elegant Photograph- Phone for an appoint- Stall's Studio PHONE 84 * * * a •    4    4    4    4    4 IL tie- .V-nH'lHted I'm- CHATHAM, Mass, May 12.— j Weather conditions remained unfavorable today for the resumption of th« Hight of hydro-airplane N. C. 4 to Halifax, and Trepassey, N. F., to join the N. C. I and N. C. 3 with which the N. C. -I began tho* iran -Atlantic Hight. rn What > 'Common Clay?” Nm Ice Mamou*. Ada Lodge No. 110, A. F. W A. M. will meet in called communication tonight for the purpose of j work in Master’s degree. Miles C. Grigsby, VV. M. Wha; is “Common Clay?” PARIS. May 12 The Council of Four has decided on most of the fermi to be embodied in the reply to be made to the two notes sent to Premier Clemenceau Saturday evening by Count Von Hrockdoroff-Rant/au. The first of the notes asks that there be a reciprocal policy as lo repatriation of prisoners and requested that details of tile transfer be left to a mixed commission. In the second note the Germans advanced a counter project as to international labor legislation. According to the newspapers the basis of the second note is the labor charter inspired by the recent conferences** at Leeds and Berne. The nature of the repltes had not been divulged. PRESIDENTS SELECTED EOD THREE NORMALS OKLAHOMA CITY. May 12. At a meeting of the state board of education held Saturday presidents were selected for Central State Normal rx*hoot, Edmond; Northwestern Stat** Normal school, Alva; and Northeastern State* Normal school, Tahlequah. VV G Mastersou, superintendent of schools at McAlester, was selected as president of Central; J. P. Ratten burg, of Atoka, was selected as president of Northwestern, and VV. T. Ford, of Edmond, was selected as president of Northeastern. Ford, the new’ president of Northeastern, taught mathematics in the school, prior to four years ago, when he became an Instructor at Edmond. WASHINGTON. May 12. The fifth and last popular war loan of the United Stalls has, been oversubscribed. Although the approximate total subscriptions will not be known for nearly two weeks, figures available tonight showed that the American peopli bad responded generously to the appeal to “finish the job.” L'isi Minute Finish. Like all of its predecessors, flu* Victory liberty loan suddenly jumped 6n the last day or the campaign above fhe mark set as its limit. The day brought ail avalanche of subscriptions which hanks could not attempt to count until next week None of today's harvest w*as included in the total of $3,849,-938,000 subscriptions officially tabulated tonight by the treasury, and officials would /sot bi surprised to see that final figures go to nearly six billions. Only $4,500,000,000 will be accepted. The state of Oklahoma bas taken its quota ie the Victory !oan with a safe marron, acordin* r *o a statement issue*! last night by N. Ii. Graham and Cheater ll. Westfall, state directors. Official Aguila give the sta**- a sal. margin over its quota of $28,382,800 antf unofficial reports .bow it probably exceeds Its quota by a million and a half dollars. Oklahoma led the states of the Tenth Federal Reserve district in percentages of quota subscribed from the opening of the campaign. It was the first state to have its quota officially subscribed. By the Associated Presa FARIS. May 12.—The peace I treaty with Austria is nearing completion anti an official summary of it is being prepared as was done j in the ease of the German treaty. 1 Although it is not so stated in the ; treaty til** new’ Austrian frontier is the one designated by the secret treaty of London, giving Italy all strategic heights and defensive pas-j sag<*s Delegation En Route. VIENNA, May 12.—The Austrian peace delegation will leave Vienna at 5:20 o’clock today on a special train. The delegation is due to arrive at Paris Wednesday. GORN TAKES BIG JUMP AT CHICAGO fly iii*' A Me* is lei! Press CHICAGO, May 12.—Sensational skyward flights of prices in the corn market resulted today from the meagreness of readily available supplies and prospects of further wet weather delays to planting. Corn too spot deliveries went to $1.77 after midday. May Sale Display of GINGHAMS AND PERCALES 25c Percale, good width and a good grade for this price; all good patterns; 7 yards for________ $1 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. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP, Established in IQM AOA, OKLA. NO ( HANGE IN ARMY Rhine until the German peace dele- VNTIL GERMANY' SIGNS gates give unmistakable signs of WASHINGTON, May 12.—Gen- regarding the armistice. elal Liggett, commander of the Am-    ---—— erican army of occupation, is cer- Grant Irwin’s “Old Dingus’ is tain to make no recommendation for still going out after disabled cars. a reduction of our forces along the Phone 2.    5-10-3t -  -  ...................... ASK TOR PAVING AT THE PLAT HOUSES and again we thank you Von are paying the government tax on luxuries so readily and uncomplainingly that it deserves special mention. Just why the trainers of this law’ should deem PATENT MEDICINES luxuries we ar>- ai loss to understand There are some very worthy and very NECESSARY patents and proprietary medicines and the government says rim* we MURT COLLECT THIS TAX FROM THE CONSUMER. *    TAXABLE    ITEMS    HERE    AUE— 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. I Gwin <S-Mays Drug Go. I JI BERTY, Tin* Fads and Fancies of 1919 open an engagement here this evening presenting Little Miss Ada. or Two-Fifteen This is a talented company and the programs will be highly entertaining. Th** picture program presents Gloria Swanson iii the drama. Wife or Country. AMERICAN. Another wonderful episode of The Lighting Raiders with Pearl White in the leading role. It grows more interesting all the time and is approaching the grand climax. Resides this will be tw ? o laughable comedies, Crack Your Heels and Scamps and Scandals. SUIT. HICKMAN MOYES OFFICE TO DOUGLAS BLDG. The office of the superintendent of the city neb dots has been moved to rooms in the second- story of the Douglas building. TUE. CHEERFUL GUERUE) At ni^Kt I sit or\ our frorvt steps And    -ejt tJl tke. Friendly st**jr5 And Ke’b.r tke lovely sounds other peopl e$' motor c/e-ra RTO*"" Petitions have been presented to the city commissioners by property owners affected asking that West I Sth street from the paving on South Johnston to Townsend be paved and that Townsend be paved J from 20th street to 12th. About ten ■ blocks ii re affected by the proposition. ITALIANS CONTER WITH COL. HOUSE WEATHER FORECAST. The weather man is not very optimistic over Tuesday, venturing the opinion that it will be cloudy and probably local showers visit Oklahoma. IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE. It makes no difference what •you lose if you are able to find it. It makes no differ-erence what you want if you are able to get it. It makes no differensce what you have to sell if you are able to sell it. Now does it? News “want” or “classified” ads ar** the shrewdest detectives in the w’orld. They find lost articles; they get you a cook, a man to    w r ork    the garden, or anything else you want that can be had in the city of Ada; and they will sell your wares lf you    will    use thorn. One cent per w'ord per day Is all they cost.    Use    the Jphone. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + * ♦ + : ♦    i * 4* ♦    I ♦I 4» I ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ It J ill* A SM HIH till l*TCMH FARIS, May 12.— Baron Sonnlno, Italian foreign minister, held a conference today with Col. E. M. House of the American peace delegation. The conferees went over the Italian situation with a view to reaching a basis for adjustment of differences before the Austrian *lelegation arrives. -.VTV M A It * -• : * - y.*lt 'V > - „> ■ $ %i't, /it\ tv i:    vf GIFTS for at i I i. Wk' mb :5 -    ,    .j*,. fijwlri What is “Common Clay?” Namarelle Meeting (’loses. Dr. A. G. Jeffries and J. J. Douglass returned to their homes in Feniel, Tex., this morning, after closing rn very successful series of meetings under the auspices of the Nazarene church which were held in the tabernacle in Wheeler Park. Dr. Jeffries, comes from a college town and is one of the most wide-awake forceful evangelists that has been In Ada for some time. His choir di.eetor, J. J. Douglass is equally as proficient in his line of work and in spite of the hovering clouds and daily rains which frequented our city last week, large crowds assembled to hear Dr. Jeffries’ addresses, which were of unusual interest and lasting good. They closed last evening with a crowded tabnernacle and much interest. s    _____________ What is “Common Clay?” IN A VARIETY 9 THAT ASSURES SATISFACTORY SELECTION WE SUGGEST Gloves Silk Hose Corsets Parasols Fans Handkerchiefs Hand Mirrors courses Camisoles Perfumery    Powder    Boxes Frocks Blouses Hair Receivers Neckwear    Perfume Stands Teddies    Picture Frames These Are Ideal Gifts for This Great Event. The Surprise Store . Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. 4 Phone 117 4

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