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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 58 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Keftosha-KJlbsed-Krotch Union Suits UNION SUITS THAT Aiv HOMjsntM to correctly fit tho btxiy; not bind, nib or chafe. to give sntist'uctioii i" every Cheaper Union Suits at 50c, 75c and SI. Boys' Union Suits, 50c to SI. Women's Athletic Union Suits, to STEVENS-WILSON CO. DARING AUSTRALIAN FLYER APPARENTLY LOST IX MIDOCKA.V. Hy till' AssudiUOil I'lvsa LONDON7, Mny weather is so bad off the Irlsli coast Unit the airplanes ordered by the ministry to search for aviator Harry G. Hawk- er's machine are unable to fly. There was a strong southwest wind, ruin and fog at intervals during the night. All communication centers in London arc silent as to news from Hawker and Lt. Commander Grieve, his navigator. Even rumors which prevailed yesterday and last night have died out. LONDON, May prevailed in London last night, crowds assembling eagerly waiting for some word [rom the daring aviators. It was reported that a machine had been found at sea, but it could not be determined whether or not it was Hawker's. During the night, destroyers and other ves- sels scoured the sea in hope of find- ing some trace of the aviators, but Hawker's fate is us yet an unsolved mystery. WAS CABLED PROM PARIS. MAKES NUMBER OF RECOM- MENDATIONS. MUST REPLY TO PEACE TERMS WEDNESDAY OR THtTRS- DAT. Uy tin; Associated I'reva By the ArtsnchttetJ WASHINGTON, May only presidential address ever trans- milted to congress over the ocean j from a foreign shore and the only j address not delivered personally by j the present chief executive during j his 'fix years in office, was read to: congress today. President Wilson in his cabled address to the extra session recom- mended the repeal of wartime pro- j hibition insofar as It applies to: and beers; announced defi-; nitely that railroads, telegraph and telephone lines should 'be returned to private ownership; urged revis- ion of the war taxes, particularly the abolition of manufacturers' and retail excises, and outlined general-1 ly a program for labor. The president again urged the enactment o? woman suffrage and recommended that the tariff laws be supplied with teeth that would protect 'American Industry agulnst any possible foreign attack, such as might come from Germany along lines on which she formerly held a monopoly. Of the Paris peace conference and league ofi nations, the president merely stated that it would1 be pre- mature to discuss them or express judgment. He also avoided any lengthy discussion on domestic leg- islation because of his long ab- senco from Washington. ONK-TH1RD CKXTEXARY QUOTA REACHED At the end of tho day Monday it was found that the team workers reported secured up to date on Ada's Centenary quota of 000. Two days work at this rate marks nn auspicious beginning for j this city's part of the greatest sin- I gle drive ever planned -by any de- nomination. This represents very largely tho liberality and effici- ency of the women of the church, i as the men have done little more than mado a beginning with their share of the soliciting and the giv- ing. Today the men have made some progress that will be reported tomorrow. The women, too. havo kept up their work and the even- ings report will be interesting. Remember, one little southern wo- man contributed the entire expense of the Centenary Campaign and llhen has agreed to ac'.d a hundred SAITIJ'AN, CONVirTKO OK JIL'R- thousand dollars to her gift in TO MEET DUATH FRIDAY j it i? expected that ev-i I'NLESS GOV. IXTKUVH.VKS ery Methodist, and every friend of I the church will be counted on to! do something this week for the. McALESTER May first betterment of the home land and'whUe lnan ,0 bt, Ok- the fields across the will RO u, the death Centenary Cabinet. j ,he penitentiary Friday morning unless Governor J. B. A. PARIS, May time exten- sion having -been granted, the Ger- man plenlpoteniaries will deliver their answer to the peace terms Wednesday of this weelc. In general conference circles the Impression is that the Germans will ultimately sign the treaty. Will Insist on 14 Points. BERLIN, May German reply to the peace terms will be handed to the allied and associated powers' representatives Thursday, the Tageblatt today says. The con- tents of the reply, the newspaper adds, will adhere closely to the German version of President Wil- son's fourteen points. The' fifteen days given the Germans in which to reply to the peace terms will ex- pire Thursday. Slsltis in the Clay. "Common the Harvard prize play, which has been adapted OKLAHOMA AM> TUX AS AKR1VKS AT. POXTA DEL GARDA Ulc screen for Fannie Ward, WILL liKAC'H HOME IN SHOUT TIME NOW, AKTKIt EASY VOYAGE. PORT- UGAL NEXT. 'hag to do with ttie problem of a poor I wage-earning girl who has been de- Robertson, at the last moment, ox- ens executive al- though urgent appeals have been made in the prisoner's behalf, the governor so far has helt! steadfastly to the opinion that, no just cause has MAY 10TH ARRIVALS NEW HARRIS HOTEL. J. H. Harrison, Muskogee, Okla. H. Elting, New York. C. B. Smith, Oklahoma City. Ainslee.. Oklahoma City. F. E. Woodford, Chicago, Illinois. George Schroeder, Boston, Mass. Mrs. D. Keesee. Pawhuska. L. C. James, Oklahoma- City. Charles Hagerling, Oklahoma City George Whecloy, Walnut Springs. Texas. Leon K. Forrest, Stratford. T. B. Grant, Stratford. R. A. Taylor, Boston. Win. Hild, Quincy. Illinois. H. E. Benson, Shawnee. W. E. Reynolds, Minneapolis, Minn. B. O. Oklahoma City. D. J. JJarrett, St. Louis, Mo. E. L. Mengebatier, Kansas City. W. J. Binl'ord, New York 'J'. W. Wallace. Okmulgeu. W. A. Delnney, Allen. Oklahoma. F. (I. McCaughiin, Muskogee. H. W. Soulls, 'Oklahoma City. J. D. Barton, Shawnee, Oklahoma, C. Bennett, Chicago, Illinois. A. E. Ryan, Oklahoma City. Fred Fehr, New York. F. C. Woodruff, Chicago. K. L. Chambliss, Van Buren. Ark. C. T. Smith. Oklahoma City. H. Godhelp, Oklahoma City. B. F. Williams, Oklahoma City. Teny Smith, Seminolc, Oklahoma. E, Riddle, Seminole, Oklahoma. D. T. Malioney and wife, Allen, Oklahoma. Roy Yates, Pauls Valley, Okla. A. W. Carrier, St. Louis, Mo. L. A. Edmonds, Dallas, Texas. W. E. Bass, Muskogee, Oklaho- May Sale THIS IS THE LAST WEEK FOR'THIS SPECIAL EVENT NEW DRESSES JUST ARRIVED, IN THE LATEST STYLES ANb MATERIALS FOR THE SEASON. Prices Up to LINEN DRESSES On Sale to to THESE FROCKS ARE SUITABLE FOR STREET AND OUTING WEAR. PMOMf 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP. In 19O9 ADA, OKLA. (ion. It is estimated that more than BREST, May JO.--Tho steamers. WASHINGTON. May i (h.'e mllllc" Persons are familiar Rotterdam, Finland, Mobile and seaplane NC-4 arrived tho whlch nas becn Xow Jersey are sailing for the Unit- I'ontu-Del Gada from Horta at on ln evel'-v of iprived of proper home influences'. bet'" shown why the decree of the .'and the benefits of a good educa- coun shollld not be carried out. wno ls llow' awaiting the call to the death chamber is T. P.. Draught. Sapulpan, convicted of the murder of Otis Robins in a garage ed .States today from this port car-1 i population and more. It has Washington tine making the'' population ai ryini; over 20.000 troops. This i jn oup' hour fr and been discussed from the pulpit and completes the embarkation of Ihl': twenty-four minutes at a rate Of cspocia m socia' welfare gather- ovei- eighty-five" miles per hour ac- cording to an official report to the! SOth Division and begins that of the 36th Division, Texas and Oklahoma j troops. in universities. At suc'i a recent Kathering in Philadelphia one discerning woman at Oilton July 1. 191; Branpht is alleged to-have killed Robbins wlille his victim was stand- ing, defenseless, pleading for his life: then to have lined five witness- es up against the wall of the garage and, at the point of a gun, to have them to lake oaths to swear. YOU NEVER KNOW rht-ivfore it is a wise idea .o kvop late photographs of lut'inbcrs of the family. I'HONK Ut! FOR VOL'K APP01 NT.MKNT advanced the idea that, the educat- highly educated woman, you see, literally surrounds herself with hoed but. they went to their deaths HORTA, Azores. May Sea- AI THE Pltf AMERICAN. The Amazing Wife is the title of a superb drama featuring Mary MacLaren. It is a story of the strange situation of a couple who circumstances led people to believe were married, although in reality they had never met. The grand cli- max of the drama is wonderful. .MANX'S RESOLUTION TO BE CALI.KD UP FOB PASSAGE WEDNESDAY. The Amazing Wife. Studio bc Io lake At 'he same Ume xr-3 out of WASHINGTON'. May naval seaplane NC-3 will not be! ol herselt. At the same time it is able to resume her trans-Atlantic; Dually true that a rela- smaller number of men.have to think highly enough! hands of mobs since Oklahoma be- :ame a slate. Fourteen lives have been taken ss of law since Oklahoma J A I11MgaKe ,0 thc nnvv do. i lively smaller number of men. have by J' oidahoma "KO.VE -i-jpartiuent early today from couraw' to lhlnk hlphly became a state. Seven of these .......1-.lacki.-on at Horta. Azores, said themselves to propose to her, b scveil by fl.om the sovere; And so the rule works both ways irocutlon. The list follows: t------1 i "Just now because of the world .t'M THOROUGH CLEANLINESS is the first step in the proper care of [lie skin aud for this every woman should regularly use a cold cream. COLD CREAM JONTEEL is as fine and pure a cold cream as can be made and will not grow hair. Delightfully perfumed with the costly new odor of 26 flowers 50c at Hats Drug she received when forced to land while nearing the Azores had definitely put her out of the race. Her hull was leaking and one of the struts badly damaged, the message added. "Just now because of the war is a transition time for all thu industries and all the occupations. This is especially the case with mat- ters which most concern the new woman. The conditions, associations, methods, alms of education, are un-j Will Johnson, negro, hanged BANKKlJS (iATIIKK AT TUIiSA. i TULSA. Okla., -May i bank in Tulsa will 'be closed Wed- nesday and Thursday In honor of visitors who will attend the On tho (jidlows. Frank Ford, hanged at Frederick Tor wife murder. John Hopkins, white, harfced at Miami for murder of bis sweetheart. Lena Craig. For three months Cicely Ashton had played the imposter, had kept up ihe pretense that she was the widow of Lieut. John Ashton, kill- ed in action, instead of the widow of John Ashton, laborer, killed in a disgraceful brawl. Many times she had been on the verge of confess- ing the deception, but Lieut. Ash- ton's parents had come to love her for herself, and she shrank from adding another wound to the griev- ous one that Fate had dealt them. Then Lieutenant Ashton returned another error in the casualty lists, another brave soldier thought to be dead, who had really survived the Hun's murderous lire. But not many have come back to flnd a widow where they had left no wife! That is the situation on which "The Amazing Mary MacLar- en's latesi Universal Special At- traction, is built. The picture, which is described as emotional in the ex- treme. will be seen today at the American theatre. "The Amazing was directed by Ida May Park from a scenario of her own, written about a story of Elinor Chipp's. In the cast with Miss MacLaren are Frank Mayo, Stanhope Wheatcroft, Ethel Lynne, LIBEBTY. j The U. S. A. Girls will present a new and highly entertaining pro- gram this evening. The picture i program consists of the draina. The Parisian Tigress with Viola Dana in the leading role. Coming tomor- row, a dramatization of Louisa M. Alcott's famous book, Little Wo- men. cotton rags. News office. By thi> Associated WASHINGTON, May Mondell of Wyoming, house Republican leader, stated to- day that a resolution proposing sub- mission- of an equal suffrage amend- ment to the Constitution will be called up tomorrow for passage. This announcement followed a, fa- vorable report on the resolution of Representative Mann of. Illinois by. House Suffrage comimttee. del-going constant reconsideration 'Shawnee Xor murder of aged white and change. j woman. Mary Cuppy. "One .of the most important and! Alf Hunter, negro, hanged at Wa- Seymour Zeiliff, Molly McConnell, at Joseph W. Girard and Clarissa absorbing of all the industries in America .is that of education. And educated women, married or un- loonvem'on of the Oklahoma' Bank- it is pointed out ,are hav- :ers' association here this week. i a continually increased partncr- 1 Klaboratp preparations are being! ship in it. for thc entertainment of out- "Human nature, at any rate, is bankers and the attendance not likely to change. To marry and is expected to be not than give In inarrlage is a fundamental 1 The convention will open i need which no wholesome education, at o'clock Wednesday morv however high or broad, can in the ing. I long run ever push far to one side. I Which shows that .reduced to ele- mentals, all of us differ in no wise from .the girl in "Common The committee appointed by the clay." We are children of the one Chamber of Commerce on recom- mendation of a recent mass meeting to consider the matter of extensions of the waterworks system will meet ibis evening HI at the court house. Any one who desires to do so Is Invited to be present. C. OK C. COMMITTI'IK MKKTINC AT A torpid liver Is a heavy handl- cap to a working man. It robs him of strength, energy and mental alertnesn. To remove the burden the proper remedy IB Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a fine liver, stomach and bowel medicine. Price per Mays Drug Special I Notice to Woodmen. At a regular meeting of tho W- Q. W. at their hall at 8 o'clock this evening, final arrangements'for the unveiling ceremonies, soon to take place in Ada, will be made. All members are urged to be present at mother. tonga for. murder of George W. Gar- rison, sheriff of Oklahoma county. Henry T. Armstrong, white, hang- ed at Perry for -murder of Isaac W. Fell. John Black, negro, hanged at Hol- denville for murder of J. M. Ste- phens. Frank Henson, negro, hanged at Tulsa for murder of Charles Stum- per. By Electrocution. Henry Bookmar., negro, electro- cuted December 10, 1915, for mur- Sclwynn. Mothers' Day at University. Mrs. R. E. Mnynes returned from Konnan Monday afternoon where she was a special guest of her son. Floyd, for the week-end Mothers' Day Festivities given by the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity of which her son Is a member. About twenty mothers from different parts of the state werq entertained on this oc- casion. An elaborate six o'clock dinner, consisting of five courses, was served Saturday evening, after which they were entertained by music. WEATHER FORECAST. county farmer. Cecil fowery, negro, electrocuted November 6, for murder of American Theatre Thursday and Charles Vaughn, Morris oil man, Friday, Mny 22 and 23. Special! Willie Williams, negro, electro- I cuted April 13, 1917, for murder of San: Neal, Muskogee patrolman. Chester Taylor, electrocut- Generally fair is the weather out-Jed April 13, for murder of wife In Creek county, Charles .Young, negro, electrocut- ed April 13, 1917, for murder'of George Goode at Frederick.- Henry Prather, negro, electro-, cuted May 2, 1918, for murder of W, H. Archie, Oklahoma City.- ]James Brown, negro, electrocuted November' 1918, for murder of Glenn -Jacobs, Muskogee.: cuteu "eceiiracr "'h' sons until the wee small hours der of Rich Hardin, Mclntosh.i hen the Qf th Pn, pnnnlv _. look for Wednesday. FREQUENT OCCCRRANCE. Hardly a day passes that some one doesn't "find an ar- tide of more or less value wliich was accidentally lost by the owner. Purses and other like articles are -found on the streets almost every day. jf you are the loser a .News "want" ad will Jn -all likelihood bring the article to If 'you are the finder, a-News will' connect .you with er, and ;certalnty. he v for the ad. 'One cent wpr4 Let a Want Ad get It Jor you. for each 4s the Dizziness, vertigo, (blind stag-, Eers) sallow -.complexion, flatulence, are Bymptomg of '.a .torpid one can feel: Veil, while inactive. Is liver stimulant. ;A will cause ail bilious Tsymptoms nite.. disappear., Trwit. Gftrtn -Mays Drug- Co., Special 4 by-BarCSmiUi'.--'. i Adv. M'- Theta was turned over by the boys to their mothers while they sought lodging with a college chum for tho night. On Sunday every moth- er, accompanied by 'her son with a red rose on his lapel, was seen winding her way to church where appropriate services were held. NoOce B. A. M. Ada Chapter No, 26 will meet to- night In called -'communication promtply at 8 o'clock, for the pur- pose of work In Mark and Part Maters W. Swaffar, H: P. When an energetic' hard-working is-.ljv the stomach jtbey disordered. To activity ttie j'lgftt ;TBtinedy rlaiiErtekly Ash Bit-' ters, It'ls'a p'o.werinT system regu lator. Price ALWAYS PERFECT FITTING Women's Summer MUNSING In so far as qualities are concerned one might buy with eyes closed, for every grade is sterling, the very best that'its price will buy. It's a pleasure to choose from--the assortment of dainty sum- mer styles we now have. Some garments of fabrics so sheer tney weigh but a few ounces. They make hot more bearable. PRICED FROM THE "SATISFACTION LASTS" The Surprise Stoqe 1903 J15-H7 West Main Phone JJ7   

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