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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he !Hfcia Cbenmg Jockos  VOLUME XVI.  NUMBER 52  ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  V  I  v  I*  T  T  v  4.  TO    NEWS READERS  I  ?  s  i  *  I  T  * * v J  Langham-High Cloth **■ Made by Leopold, Chicago  You High School auh Normal Boys  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. & M. VARSITY and LANGHAMi-HIGH 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 SITTS  $10 !» $30  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  We regret to inform our readers that beginning today and continuing for probably three days, the News will not be the kind of paper we have been giving you, nor the kind of paper we are preparing to give you in the future. In conformity with the plans of the new management to give you a seven column, eight page paper permanently on or about June 1st it is necessary to place some new machinery and tear down and overhaul some that we have. Among this is the big press which prints the News, necessitating the use of the press of the Star-Demo-  crat, for which we are under lasting obligations to the big hearted editor of that paper. We ask our readers, therefore, to put up with a “bum” paper for the period of time necessary for us to get in shape for bigger things in the future, and we feel that with this explanation they will be glad to do so. We thank you for your forbearance for the next three or four days.  T  $  MAY SALE  The economical buyer will not miss this opportunity to purchase the things needed during this special event.  Just received a new line of Graduation dresses in Georgette and net. These are unusually interesting as to  the materials and styles.  NEW FROCKS  Crepe de Chine and Voiles  ♦ f ♦    ♦__♦  ♦ * ♦ •  VV. .!**!  « » » * *  WWW  ♦ » » ♦ ♦ »  ......  ITALY IRE  PROVISIONS or AUSTRIAN TREATY  MIK.HILK PROSPECT FOK SO-FITTON OF VEXED QUES-TIONs AT VERSAILLES.  Un  r  *  INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY  I AI IHE PLAY HOU  —on his return from the trenches, is some occasion. The memor.es should he recorded in on*- of our Elegant Photographs Phone for an appoint-  .j. merit.  Stairs Studio  ♦  ♦  PHONE 84  f  f  ♦  ❖  AMERICAN.  Priscilla Dean is the central figure in th* Universal special attraction. The Silk Lined Burglar. This is a lively drama and full of interest.  LIBERTY.  The Fads and Fancies will present another excellent program, en-entirely new. The picture program presents Hale Hamilton in the comedy drama, That’s Good.  I tv tin* A"**o«L'i!f<!  PARIS, May 13.—The Italian problem sc emed nearer solution when today’s conference began among the allied representatives here and it was thought probable that a basis of understanding will be reached during the day. Italian delegates are reported displaying more willingness to make concessions.  The discussions of the day began when Premier Orlando called this forenoon on Col. E. M. House. The council of four held no morning meeting.  President Wilson this afternoon received Tho*. Nelson Page, American ambassador to Italy.  Gentians want to Meet Austrians.  PARIS, May 13.—It developed this afternoon tfiat Count Von Brock dorff-Rantzau. head of the German peace del* gallon intended to ask permission to send German delegates to leceive the Austrian representatives. according to the Havas Agency. It has been previously announced that the allies intended to keep these delegations wholly apart.  15y Ult* Associated Press  PARIS, May 13.—In peace treaty with Austria, now well towards completion, the responsibility clause ii is been inserted identical with that in the German treaty with exception that the first clause providing ■ for a trial of Fortner Emperor William is omitted. The remaining I claus* s provide trial for military offenders by an international court martial. The frontier question presents the one serious issue in the drawing of the treaty. This is as regards the lower Tyrol a section of which is detached from Austria and given to Italy. It includes the cities of Bozen and Meran and an estimated German population of 350,000.  OIL STATE COMPANY'S WELL EAST OE ADA DRILLED IN LAST EY EN ING.  COMMON FLAY”  Lei a Want Ad get it for you.  Hats cleaned and reblocked. Miller Bros.    5-1-lmo.  TEMPORARY NAVY OFFICERS  TO HE DISCHARGED SOON  WASHINGTON, May 13. All temporary officers who entered the navy for the period of the war, only are lo be released within the next few weeks, acting Secretary Roosevelt announced today. There are over 1000 officers iii this status and they will be replaced by reserve officers who are accepting temporary commissions with an agreement to remain in the service until six months after peace has been concluded.  is a special feature, a screen classic,-a version of Cleves Kinkead’s Harvard Prize Play which A. H. Woods produced at the Republic Theater, New York, three years ago and which ran at that theater for a solid year. The Metropolitan newspapers were loud in their praise of “Common Clay" and the public swarmed nightly' to the Republic Theater for fifty-two consecutive weeks. “Common Clay” was the! Biggest Dramatic Sensation of 1916.  The two principal characters were played by Jane Cowl and John Mason who both added laurels lo their fame thereby. The Empress Theater of Oklahoma City through the Daily Oklahoman is advertising this remarkable Photoplay for a long run at the Empress Theater starting June loth. hut the American Theater will show* it in Ada, Thursday and Friday, May 22nd and 23rd. 17 days ahead of Oxla- J home City. Adv.  ORGANIZING FOR  The Oil State Oil Company’s drill, operating two and a half miles east of Francis, penetrated the sand last evening a1 a depth of about 1.105 feet with most flattering prospects.  Quite a crowd of interested stockholders had gathered at the w’ell early in the afternoon, all expectant and with hopes buoyant. They lingered throughout the afternoon in the hope that every screw would reveal a trace of the hidden wealth that has made Oklahoma famous throughout the known world, but an unexpected depth of shale had shattered the hopes of the majority of the spectators by the time the shadows had begun to fall.  About eight o’clock, however, after some had abandoned the scene of action with heavy hearts, the drill was lifted and on its point a thick coat of rich black oil w’as plainly’ visible. The bucket was then lowered to the bottom and when it came up full to overflowing with the finest quality of the liquid wealth that has jet been seen in this section, the crowd let out a yell that reverberated through the hills like unto that of a pow-wow of Comanche Indians. Several buckets were drawn out in rapid succession. with a penetration of only nine feet in the sand, then operations were suspended until noon today iii order that observations of the flow might be made to guide the operators as to further drilling.  The promoters and others interested in the well left. Ada at noon for the field, but up to to the time of going to press we had received no report as to w’hat the estimated capacity of the well is. We hope to give full particulars tomorrow.  Providing a choice of styles and fabric among which are New’ Sport Frocks in Crepe de Chine and a beauti! iii line of figured Voiles.  Prices  $10 IO $37.50  1763  MILLINERY  A special lot of trimmed hats, all this season’s merchandise at  ONE HALF OFF  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW, PRCP.  Established in 1009  ADA, OKLA.  COMMON CLAY”  is a special feature, a screen classic, a version of Cleves Kinkead’s Harvard Prize Play which A. H. Woods produced at the Republic Theater, New York, three years ago and which ran at that theater for a solid year. The Metropolitan newspapers were loud in their praise of “Common Clay” and the public swarmed nightly’ to the Republic Theater for fifty-two consecn* ive weeks. “Common Clay” was the Biggest Dramatic Sensation of 1916.  The two principal characters were played by Jane Cowl and John Mason who both added laurels to their fame thereby. The Empress Theater of Oklahoma City through the Daily Oklahoman is advertising this remarkable Photoplay for a long run at the Empress Theater starting June loth, but the American Theater will show’ it in Ada,  Thursday and Friday, May 22 nd and 23rd, 17 days ahead of Oklahoma City.—Adv.  AIRPLANES HELD UP  BY BAD WEATHER  By the Associated Press  WASHINGTON. May 13.—Dispatches to the navy department today from Trepassey Bay indicated that the naval seaplanes could not start from New’ Foundland on the next lap of the trans-Atlantic flight for at least twenty-four hours. Commander John H. Tow’ers, the chief o fthe expeditions, said heavy seas are running and storm coming down on the course to Azores.  WEATHER FORECAST.  The weather is so very* uncertain that all the chief clerk will say of Oklahoma for Wednesday is “probably local showers.”  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lester of Mill Creek were in the city today shopping.  Bv the Associated Press  Dancing  at your own home any time with the best dance music and without expense if you have a  Victrola  A Victfola for every taste and every purse. Easy terms  n o r-*  Lp* *a ii one.  Auy fool knows enough to carry an umbrella when    it rains,  but the v.iscman is he who carries one when it is only cloudy. Any    man will  send for a doctor when he gets bedfast, but the wiser one is he who adopts proper measures before his ills become serious. During n hard winter or the following spring one feels    rundown, tired    out, weak  and nervous.    Probably    you have  suffered from colds or influenza which has left you thin, woak and pale. This is the time to put your system in order. It is time for house-cleaning.  A good, old-fashioned alterative and temperance tonic is one made of wild roots and barks without the use of alcohol, and called Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, in tablet or liquid form. This is nature’s tonic, which restores the tone of the stomach, activity of the liver and steadiness to the nerves, strengthening the whole system.  NE WOR LEANS, May 13. The proposed plan of organization for an American cotton export financing corporation, pool of producers and dealers for export trade, as made know’n to lay provides for a capitalization of $100,000,000 to be paid largely in Liberty bonds. The corporation would be empowered to accept a wide variety of foreign securities and market, them here or issue its own bonds. It also could acquire control of cotton manufacturing plants.  The board of physicians called to pass on the question of the sanity of B. B. Bullard this morning after an examination asked that the matter be referred to an expert on insanity. Judge Busby stated that he would at once ask that one be sent here and conduct an examination.  REGULAR HABITS NOW; CONSTIPATION GONE  Mr. Brooks Suffered for Years-Tells How He Got Relief.  HIST INH  “I have tried a great many things for constipation, but the only thing that has been able to relieve me is Milks Emulsion. I am on only my second bottle arni have to take very little of it now. My bowels move regularly every morning,  ING HOME  which tliev have not been doing for a number or years. It seems like living  again, after suffering so long. I recombs  mended Milks Emulsion to two of my friends and both say it is the best remedy thev ever heard of.”—Elmer C.  Mrs. Orville Snead is in receipt of a letter from General Pershing’s office relative to a discharge for Roy L. Fultpn, Co. A 141st Infantry, which may be of interest to others w’ho might have relatives or friends in the same company.  Brooks, 329 Washington St., Peoria, Til. Constipation weakens the bow’el mus-  18 tip  clos. Saits and purgatives only increase this condition. Milks Emulsion is a real corrective remedy—one that you can try, under its guaranty, without risking a cent.  Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nutritive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel action, doing away with* all need of pills and physics. Jt promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs in shape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength, Milks Emulsion is strongly recommended to run-down nervous people, and it has produced amazing results in man? cases of tuberculosis of the lungs. Chronic stomach trouble and constipation are promptly relieved—usually in one day.  This is the only solid emulsion made,  Gwin & Mays Drug (Jo.  Fort Worth, Textta—"Over 40 yt*an* ago I sold Dr Pieros** Family Medicine** and always found they gave entire satisfaction I think every household should have throe remedies on hand. Many doctor bills mill bs saved. The 'Discovery’ I can honestly say has no conal. I always keep a bottle  1  on hand to take when I feel a little out of sorts, arid especially an a spring tonio.'*— U.L. Downs, O. L. V. Cottage  General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces, France, April 12. 1919.  Mrs. Orville- Snead,  Ada, Oklahoma.  Dear Madam:—  In reply to ypur communication of March 29, 1919, relative to the discharge of Roy L. Fulton, I am directed to Inform you that while it is impracticable to grant his immediate discharge, it Is. expected he will be returned in the near future, as this soldiers* organization is scheduled for early convoy to the United States.  Yours truly,  (Signed) C. A. SHAUSS,  Adjutant General.  and so palatable that it is eaten w’ith a spoon like ice cream. A truly wonderful  medicine for weak, sickly children.  No matter how severe your case, you are urged to try Milks Emulsion under this guarantee—Take six bottles  home with you. use it according to directions and if not satisfied with the results, your money will be promptly refunded. Price dOc and $1.20 per  (Adv.)  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  bottle The Milks Emulsion Co., Terre Haute, Ind. Sold and guaranteed by  Gwin M &ays Drug Company.  GIFTS  for  IN A  VARIETY  THAT ASSURES  SATISFACTORY  SELECTION  WE SUGGEST  Gloves Silk Hose (’onsets Parasols  Fans  Handkerchiefs Hand Mirrors •birses Camisoles  Perfumery  Frocks  Blouses  Neckwear  Teddies  Powder Boxes Hair Receivers Perftune Stands Picture Frames  These Are Ideal Gifts for This Great Event.  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.  Phone til ..   

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