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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME xvi. NUMBER ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Ladies' Waists We are showing many clever styles in Voiles, Org-andie and Georgette. You will want a lot of looking- waists for use this Sum- mer. We have them. LOOK THESE OVER: Wirthovcr Wirthmor Wcllworth Georgette to STEVENS-WILSON CO. XO LONQKR JXSTSTS OF THKATV OIL STATE'S NEW WKLL PROVES [BRITISH WANT MKItCHANT VES- OF OTUMK SETTLED. I'OATOTOC COUNTY'S OIL UK-POSITS. 1UCH S, May Italian del- egation io the peace'conference is no longer insisting upon the strict fulllllmeiu of the secret treaty Of London and this part, of the contro- versy relative tn territory on the Adriatic eastern shore is tending to- ward adjustment, according tn those! who havo participated in recent Con-i fereUtes. The status of Flume is still be- ing discussed as the proposed plan to make it a free city similar to Danzig has not proved acceptable. The hHust report's concerning the uil Siaie well which came in .vlou- juy evening arc most favorable and -euiiii 10 jusiiiy me rosy predictions .vlnch havo bti'ii made about the Oil lUiure of ijouiutoc county. This tends 10 prove a pui't of tile j'ra.icis ueid about which there ..da Mjnib doubt. that reason on fraternity watched live Uriil- ,ug n'ltn interest. SELS DIVIDED ACCORDING TO TONNAGE LOSS. liy Hi" Assui-lnli'il 1'ivss PARIS, May ef- forts are being made by the British delegation to secure an agreement calling for the pooling of former German merchant vessels and their distribution on a. basis of tonnage lost by each nation during the war instead of the plan of the United States for retaining the ships In- terned in American ports prior to prouu.ci.iun of the well her entering the war. Poland Is [MM CO. Ada is to have a new steam laun- if plans si't on foot today are The new laundry will is not kuuwn at present and wiU noi be ascertained' until the bit is ariven turiner into the sand. Sec- rotary Ivas arranged for stor- age tanks 10 hold the oil which will .101 be ready before Uie last of the n'oek. estimates have been as to the ultimate capacity of the well, figures ranging ail the way from C 2to 15U barrels. At pres- L-nt the oil sand has been peue- U'ated only 'J feel, so thai ils thick- ness is not possible to slate at this time. It is certain, however, that the quality of the oil is good, be- laying claim to some of the war- ships surrendered by Germany, ing 24 carried out. be operated by a corporation, part barrel, of whose stock will be furnished by local men and part by outsiders. gravity, worth per A representative of the Francis refinery stated that his company was ready to buy the oil A NOVEL IDEA BUT A GOODJIE FOR AfiA H is generally recognized that Ada has many wonderful advant- ages not enjoyed by other cities of the size ,and larger, but the The men who are organizing the: just as soon as it was placed in new company are T. A. Ragnr and C. J. Mayshnrk. Mr. Rngar is from Dallas, Texas, and has been a cili- of Ada for about six months, during whirl', time he has been the manager of the Ada Steam ry, homa .Mr. Mayshark is from Okla- City, and has been superin- IWO SCHOOL DISTRICTS PLANE WANT BETTER Supt. Floyd states that Laxton n Jchool district will in a few days vote on a proposition to issue 000 of bonds with which to erect a tendent of the Ada Laundry plant Ragnr was manager. They are men who know every pan of the laundry business and no doubt will make of ihe new laundry a phenomenal success. The now company will be capitalized at most of vli'ch has alreail; been subscribed. The name of the Laundry will be The Ame.lfan fiteam Laundry. Papers were made out today for a charier and the new company will gei busy just as soon I as the charter is granted. Mr. A. B. Blanks, who was MONT.-U'KrOINT. N. Y., May 14. lager oi Ihe Ada Steam Laundry ---The navy dirigible C-5 left here; previous to Mr. Rag.ir's connoi-tioa HEAD FOR HALIFAK fact remains Ihat it is lacking in respect to places of amusement and recreation. If we are going to take away the tanks. jthe evils that we all agree should A Long StrupK'e. be taken away, it is going to be The men at the head of the Oil necessary to substitute something Stnte. company are to be commend- j better. ed for the way they have stuck to Then, too, It is a fact that the their guns. Their faith In their traveling public is not so much in- undertaking never faltered in spite of discouragements that would have clined to remain over Sunday in Ada, as they are in places where all today on a flight to St. Johns, which nioiUrn school building. Lntta has followed by a trans-Allan- wit.h il, is again In 'ge of thai popular institution. up a proposition for an issue of lil' "'tempt if iho coastal tor the same purpose. "m'e proves a success. The balloon T. W. 15OHISOX GOKS WITH Hart will vote on the iiuestion of tool; lo llle lli1' 'lt lM.-'" a. m., ronsolidtitins; the two schools of the "district. Mr. Floyd will address th of that community a maximum speed of flf-j ty miles per hour, which is and i FAMOUS MOTOIJ T, W, RobiKon, formerly superin- this od lo   recorded S- in one of our Flegnnt Photo- graphs. Phone for an appoini- ment. cuurse in twenty four hours, Plight, CHATHAM. Mass.. May 14......The naval seaplane NC-4 left here ai this morning to join the NC-1 1 '0 caused many a promoter to abnu- kinds of recreation and innocent don the work: They are entitled to amusement can be indulged in. the congratulations they are re-j In talking with the mayor on eeiving and their friends which! this point he suggested to the writ- them still further success. i or what seems to be a solution to In this connection It might be the whole problem, or rather a well to add a word regarding oil plan that would as nearly xap- matters. To make an oil company: proach a solution as anything we successful three things are can imagine at. this time, lulely necessary, time, money nnd The suggestion was a natatorium good management. The stock-hold-; nnd skating rink the city park, ers must have patience and the properly cons-trucfed and operated management must have perserver- under city supervision, auce. The manag.-s of the Oil Straw j A twenty thousand dollar bond1 company certainly have shown the issue would put the thing over in i latter quality. i L-oodj shape, the mayor believes, and) Messrs. Webb and Gutches have'there is n-j doubt'but that it would! refused all offers to go to Texas, be self sustaining from the start! freiing their duty lay at home where and ultimately a revenue getter for their stockholders had sunk their, the city. It would at least soon money. Now that they nave a good pay itself out, and that la what well, they may be relied upon to is desired after all. actively develope the rest, of their This is n proposition that deserves MAY SALE IN FULL FORCE This Sale is just as interesting as the first day it started. You will find as ninny bargains now as the day it started; be sure and see for yourself. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS All licenced for This Sale M ION'S SUITS SAM'J PKH'HS All This Season's Mrrchatxliiic Included BOYS' SUITS HALE PUICKS' MEN'S HATS ALT. STRAW AND FELT HATS OX SALE LARGE ASSORTMENT PHONE 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP. IvMiiblished Lu I9O2 ADA, OKLA. I has lesigncd his position as prin cipal of one of the ward schools In Oklahoma City and has accepted a position wit1; the Ford Motor Com- pany. In hit> new position he Is In j valuable acreage. trans-Atlantic tlighi. The NO--! is i expected to go as far as Halifax to- day. This iilane started with the others several days ago, but was forced down by engine (rouble, i Food Hemlxv.iy. i CHATHAM. Mass., May C-5 Hying I'eet high passed ing alter the matter of employing new workers, looking after their welfare while: at work and the con- ditions surrounding them at home. Mr. Ilobison is well fitted for a place of ihis kind and will be a valuable man in the Ford organi- zttf.i. He gave up the school .over tin- nir station here at i work only after he had been urged a. m. The balloon was ascending as she disappeared ovur ihe course followed by the seaplane NC-4. to accept, this position, it being tendered to him before he kuew anything about il. S PHONG W- A. Withers of Picher. Okla., .TKXTHOOK IS d'v visitlnK his API-OIXTKH 15V GOVKUNOK. Frank Withers few days. wife fur a l.oi a Want Ad got it fc.r you. Dancing at your own home any time with the best dance music and without expense if you have a Victrola A for eveiy every purw. OKLAHOMA CITY, May i new Textbook ('ommisslon created I by a law passed by the last Li'gis- jlaturo Was named toUny. by Gov- jernci1 Robertson. Those appointed !are J. V. Atoka; Ben i Hoiiiiensey, Walonsa; J. C. Jackson, jsiapulpa: L, 11. K-nitt. W, D. Kelsey. Uoba.-t. The lornor and State Superintendent. R. 11, Wilson are other members of i ;he comm ssion provided by Iho H is likely the I'.oiinuiSKion will be called in a A book adoption must, he in time for the next scltool year. MITTKH TO HKCKIVK COMMirXK'ATIOXS. Mie serious consideration of every citizen who wants to see Ada get into the metropolitan class, and at the some time sc-e something pro- vided for the youth of the commun- ity that will keep them -it home and Vive thorn the advantages for nmnsenipnt and recreation which they are going to have one way or another. A Successful School. W. Norton, one Of the direc- tors of the Jones Chapel school four mlle.s west of Ada, states that the term will close Friday. Under the OFFICIAL VOTE OF STATE ON FILED FOR Oklahoma City, May A petition was filed in District returns from fifty-eight, of the Court, this week asking for annul- enty-s-even counties of the state, men i of the marriage of Hazel Win- tabulated yesterday by the state i tors and Porter Crooks, -which was election board show defeat -of the: entered into at Coalgate about one road bond proposed in ago. Uiess counties by a vote of almost.! petition was filed by J. F. three management of Miss Catherine Bu- i len it has been so successful that 'ihe c-ntiro body of patrons, repre- iiv in.' iv.-ss sent.ing sixteen families, met a few 'PARIS, May council of davs !lnfi insisted that 'she re- four of the peace conference another year at a substantial afternoon appointed a sub-commit-1 increase in salary. Among Olher iff composed of one member from things ihe district, did during the vach of the five sreat powers, Great, i war was Io raise through the i.iriiain, France. Italy, the L'n'ted pupils lo be invested in Liberty States and Japan lo deal with ob- Bonn's, the bonds to be the prop- Winters, father of the girl, who these counties that she is only 14 years of 48.7HO votes lor the bonds, and 173- that -was the marriage. Attorney B. C. Wad- linglon reprcsenls the plaintiff. Crooks is the .man against whom filed Saturday for a pistol at his wife 1S6 against. j W. C. McAlister, secretary of thn I said yesterday that he ex- peeled complete official returns from j and pso a n the remaining nineteen counties to ,nrealellinK to kin her because she be in by tonight would not live with him. Suits cleaned and pressed, Miller Bros. 5-1-tf. Let a Want Ad get it for you. ject.lons und proposals from German peace plenipotentiaries. A demonstration was precipitad- ed in Ihe German national assem- bly Tuesday when the chancellor denounced the pence terms and de- of the school. Also, the sum of was raised to have some) THE HAGUE, May IB.-The Dutch government denies that. It has decided lo surrender former em- peror William. The Qtieslian at 'present the Dutch government con- tends, concerns only Germany and the entente. Onlenai-y Organization. Tonight, al the Methodist church will be held a conference of Centen- ary team, workers who are now planning to put. the big drive of next, week for Ada's Quota of fifteen thousand dolTars. The Metho- dist church in America is undertak- ing In one week to secure 000.00 Tor mission at home and abroad. The Southern Methodists are to take care of thirty-five mil- lion of this stupendous sum, and (.he Methodist people of Ada feel cer- Uin of success In securing tholr nuota of and then some. The conference tonight at eight-thir- ty will takcf up the (standard plan for the drive. dared they were unacccptabl Germany. No for.mal action taken in the matter, however. Austrian., I0n Itoiilr. BERNE, Switzerland. May The Austrian delegation to Iho peace conference numbering seven- ty persons passed through Switzer- land ilils forenoon on a special train for Paris. pictures made of the three boys of the district who gave Melr lives for their country, the pictures to be placed In the school house. 10 For Ihe summer a twenty days sing- as I Ing school has been arranged for and the funds for its support large- ly raised already. STEEL FOR ItKPl'BL SKM-XT IOWA MAX AS' PltKSIDKNT I'KO TKMPOKK OK SKNATIfi. I'.y Ilii" Aswrlntix! 1'i'L'sa WASHINGTON. May tor Cummins, Iowa, favored by the yropi.'UssivCi group, was chosen unanimously president pro tcmpore of the senate at the organization conference today of Republican sen- ators. Senator Lodgo, Massachu- setts, was re-elected party leader and discussion of the controversy over committee chairmanships for Senators Penrose of Pennsylvania and Warren of Wyoming was post- poned. Penrose aspires to the j llv thf A-ism-intcil WASHINGTON, May navy department practically has de- cided to exercise its authority un- der war emergency legislation and requisition steel for battleship con- struction, ihe price to be paid to be fixed later on a basis of market conditions and quotations rather than on examination, of steel kers' books. ma- chairmanship of the finance commit-j egcs. Snbmarlne Coul Mining. N. S., May marine coal mining may be at- tempted In the areas north of Syd- ney Harbor, to Nova Scotia and for some distance south of Sydney Harbor, through proposed legisla- tion now before the Nova Scotia law makers. Leases to certain sub- marine mining districts have been held by the Dominion Coal com- pany and the Nova Scdtlfv Ste'el and Coal Company. For some time there ha-s been a dispute between the.se j concerns tegarding leasing privil- An-'ves Hilifnv. HAT IFAX. N. .S.. "May American naval wiplane NC-4 ar- -'vpd at m., froni makfnp 300' nautl- 'ee and Warren to that of appro- wllon Jc three forty- fivf) minutes, allowing for an hour's rl'.fferenco In time between here and Chatham. Lieut. Commander Reed j advised the cruiser Baltimore; here by radio that he to (top pnly a few minutes. 1 '.i i r Reluses Normal Presidency. McAlester, May G. Mast- ergon, superintendent of the schools of McAlester, has declined the presidency of the Edmond nor- mal to which he was recently elect- ed by the slate board of education. He will remain his present posi- tion.'............" The proposed legislation would give mining rights la the subma- rine area to the Dorjlnion company with the understanding that oper- ations would start as soon as pos- sible. Masons, Notice. Aria Lodgo No. 119. A. F. A. M., will meet at 8 o'clock this even- ing for work' In the Followcratt .TrUM C. 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