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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Che VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 56 ADA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY This is one of the good waist-seam suits we're ready to show you; single and double-breasted models. Six Months from Now YOU'RE satisfied with whatever clothes you buy at the time you get them, or you wouldn't buy. If that's all the sat- isfaction you want, any clothes will do; they all look good when they're new. trying to give you more than that. You want satisfaction six months from now or .1 year. Thai's why we offer Hart Schaff- nor Marx clothes. They're guaranteed to satisfy you absolutely; money back if they don't. PlllCKS LIGHT WEIGHT SUMMER SUITS HEX'S HATS, SHIRTS. SHOES. UNDERWEAR IN WIDE AS- SORTMENT AND EXCELLENT VAULES. STEVENS-WILSON CO. TO POPK TO 1CXDEAV- OH TO SKCUltB IJKTTRH PEAOK TKKMS. the AssudiiU'tl fivss BERLIN, May German government tins arranged to sub- mlt the question of accepting the terms'of the pence treaty to n pop 11HST TO ARIUVE MAKES INDEMMTV ONLY ONB-TWENTI- Mills IN UTTLE OVER KTH OK SUM DBMNDBD 14 HOCUS. Ol' ular vote in case the allies refuse to make some substantial concessions, according to the newspaper Zeitung am M it tag. Appeal to Pope. dispatch gave ROME. -May response ioj timp a petition from the entire German episcopate begging his good offices In securing mitigation of the se- verity of the peace terms. Pope Benedict has taken steps to com- municate with the head of one of the most important delegations at the peace conference with a view to I getting the conditions so modified [that they will be more acceptable to Germany.- Uy I In- AssiK'lati'il I'il'SS PONTA DELGADO, Azores, May. 17. The seaplane N 0 4 arrived at Horta in the Azores at p. in. Greenwich time. Trip Mtule In Hours. WASHINGTON, May 17. The avy seaplane N C 4 has arrived at Horta off Payalin. Azores, an official dispatch gave the time as j This time was apparently confused in some way and could not be trans- lated accurately into Washington time but was-taken to mean a, The N C 4 left Trepassey, N. Uv tlic Assodit'.i'il Tress PARIS, May indemnity clause of the Austrian treaty pro- vides for a payment only one-twen- tieth as large as that demanded of Germany. The sum asked for is flve billion gold marks without bond. It has been requested by the Italians that the Austrian treaty provide for the return to Rome of many priceless, art treasures taken by Austria in previous wars.. SH1UNEKS INITIATE 238 NEW MKMEBRS IN OKLAHOMA CITY With 236 candidates for mem- i u i t II U F., yesterday at p. m, wnicn, bership great activity was in evi- would make her time fourteen h -CEular serins meet- MERE MONEY MAKING IS NOT THE END OF During most of the life of the generation that is tepiporarily in charge or earth's affairs, education has been urged as a means by which the individual may gain the richer joys of a wide mental hori- zon and n balanced judgment, pins The reasonable certainly greater personal value in the open market land a correspondingly larger in- with all the luxuries hours aad thirteen minutes, for the 1200 mile flight to Azores. N C-l Arrives Second. WASHINGTON, May N C-l under Commander Belling- er was close behind the N C-4 but the N C-3 the flagship of Command- er John Towers, was last reported at Washington time, as oft her course somewhere between station ships 17 and 18, about 100 miles from Horta. The original plans were for the planes to land at Punta dence at the regular spring meet- ing for initiation into the Mystic Shrine, held in the form of a1-Vic-1 tory ceremony at the Indaa Temple yesterday. More than Shriners from other cities were present for the initiations. Bedouin temple, from Muskogee, and Akdar temple, from Tulsa had delegations present.. The ceremonies were -held at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. .At the annual parade was given, with the 236 would-.be mem- .w. given, wun tne wuuiu-iuc Del Gada and it may be that the traijing a rope, which was tied b N C-l and N C-3 will continue on an autotruck. The India temple an auoruc. to that port which is about 150 procession as it start miles from Horta. The fog evident- It is usual y boiled down to the 'de'' "lore J'ou followed by that after taking fuel he would con- to Punta De Gada to spend unhe.avnl which wo call ,he and ends of education. anno
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