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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             gtoa Cbenrng VOLUME XVI. NUMBER Gl ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Copyright 1919 Hart Schafiner Man THEY are the best "keep cool" fabrics we know; light weight, but all-wool and long wearing at: the same time; made by Hart Schaffner Marx, and that means made right. We'll show them to you in all th? new styles: sport styles, sacks. Blue Series for Summer There's i-o wbrn a nine Serge isn't on duty. suririer wear thero are light weight serges: not liner, in all Satis- faction guaranteed. Prices: to SIGHTED BY CABLE SHIP FAHA1XVY THOTJGHT TO BE MAWKICK. Uv A.-stii-liin-il 1'ivss LONDON, May ship Faraday reports that it sighted the red light of mi nirplane din-ins the: early hours of Monday at fifty tie-1 grot's, twenty-eight minutes north Unlaid? and thirty-six degrees west, longitude, approximately midway between Em pi and and New Foucci- land ,anil in the course which would naturally liavo been followed by Harry G. Hawker in his attempted irans-AUantic flight. The London Daily Mail announces lliat it intends ,in the unfortunate, event tl'.nt Harry G, Hawker and Commander Grieve have lost their lives in nn attempted trans-Atlantic flight', to donate ten thousand pounds to their next of kic in pro- portions that Hawker and Grieve had agreed to divide the prize of- j fered for the flight. This disposition j will not interfere with the contest which is still open. Attacks ou the British admiralty for its lack of co-operation with Harrj Hawker have become more intense since the virtual certainty of the daring aviator's death "some- where in the Atlantic." Commander Bellairs, M. P., said today: "When we reflect that the admiralty with hundreds of ships allowed ;he Germans to escape at Jutland, the absurdity of two de- stroyers and a half-manned sloop searching for Hawker is obvious. The admiralty has shown a dread- ful of imagination." 1'IRST MAN TO KICK K HCTiioCL'Ttox IN OKLAHO- MA xo RKIMUUVK T. Ri Braucht Final Sparks from the P. Wires Dixie Weave, Paim to STEVENS-WILSON CO, Ily llii- 1-ri-ss PARIS. May Council of Four met this morning and discuss- ed military terms nnd clauses rela- tive to prisoners of war which will be incorporated in the treaty with Austria. Many military experts at- tended the session. Mn.KNis, Xotico- Ada Lodge Xo. meets at 8 o'clock this eveniiig for work the Kellowcraft C. Grigsby. M. Three hundred Methodists In have made some contributions to the Centenary this week. "Have you? It Makes Breakfast Taste Better YOUR break- fast tastes better after you use Klenzo. Get o tubi1 to try today. There is a new awaiting you Lnc Cool. Clean Klenzo Feoling on your teeth and tonpue. It isn't merely taste. It's a tes- timony of that is imparted to th? tl.iy, taato Jierves, freeing them of fitule st-creliona that miiko your mouth feel hot nnd sticky. THIKTY-SIXTH UMTS HKlt-K I1Y TENTH OKLAHOMA CITY, May Units of the Thirty-sixth division which are 10 visit. Oklahoma will arrive in the state about June 10. Adjuuint-Cieneral Charles F1. Bar- rett believes. The tirst units of the division will arrive in -New York May 29 and will remain at Camp Mills, Long Island, until the other contingents have arrived according to informa- tion received by the adjutant gen- eral. Governor Robertson and Colonel llaiTi-it proceed with tentative arrangements for the reception Of the Oklahoma nulls until more defi- nite information as to their time of arrival in ihe state is erceived. Complete plans for the entertain- ment of the heroes will be made early next week. STKKA.VSON WILL TO .NORTH BY AIR! I JAY TON, Ohio. May I the purpose of discussing with Or- j ville airplane inventor, the likelihood of using the airplane for North Pole trips. Vilhjalmur Stef-: ansson, international explorer, paid a visit la Wright at the latter's homo lu-re yesterday. Stcfansson declared he believes It possible to construct a special type of air machine that will carry a party of explorers to the field of i-ludy at the North Polo. Ho plann. if satisfactory arrange- ments can be made, to attempt WASHINGTON, May so- lution declaring it the sense of Hie senate that ihe League of Nations emenani be separated from the peace treaty when presented for ratification, was Introduced to- by Senator Sherman Illinois. By AMWlaii'il Press LONDON. May j forces are rapidly approaching Pe- ;trograd from the west, according j to an official statement issued from Ksthonian army headquarters. Mes- received here say ihat Tsthon- ians are within fifty miles of Pe- trograd, H.v Hi" A-ss-iclnii'il 1'rc-sv WASHINGTON. May er conditions at Ponta Del Oada still were unfavorable today for re- sumption of the trans-Atlantic flight by seaplane NC-1 Rear Admiral Jackson reported to the navy de- partment early today. Messages stated that the sea is still rough and rain squalls are expected within j the next twelve or eighteen hours. Ily ilii- J'l-i's-t PARIS. May delegation to the peace conference is understood to have reached a decision fo sign the treaty with re- servations relative to Kaid and Shantung. It is said that this will not. affect the treaty as a whole .and will preserve China's rights. McALESTER. Okla., May i Hoping to tho very last that Govern- or Robertson would intervene and i save him, and protesting that the .crime for which he was convicted .was accidental, T. R. Draught was Iseni in death in the electric chair 'at ihis morning. A charge lasting five seconds was giM'ii him first. Three physic- examined him and pronounced 'him dead. A second charge Hint only two seconds was then applied to comply with the regu- lations. FirM While .Man IClet-lrOt-uted isritnghi was the first white man to be legally sent to death in Ok- hihoma since the substitution of el- elect rorni for lianging, and is tbe eighth man to be electrocuted here, seven negroes having preceded him in the chair. Relatives of Draught claimed his body ami imediately after the exe- cution it was t nrnod over to an undertaker fur preparation for bur- iai at Aflon Saturday afternon. Although holding out hope to the very minute that he started for the death chamber ihat his life would be spared by executive intervention, Uriuigh: went to bis death with a calmness and self-composure that is unexrt'Hed in criminal records. .Never Lust. Smile. He never lost I lie smile that he won all through the evening. It took several minutes for the adjustment of the straps. Uraugb luoki-d first from one side to the oiber, eying tbe work of the tendaiits in preparing him in chair. All was silence except for whirring of tbe big'dynamo in MAY SALE ENDING THIS WEEK SUITS of DISTINCTION Why deny yourself of knowing th.il you are well dressed when you can buy suits like we are showing at these special May Sale prices. You will find in these suits the best materials: that can lie shown al the prices we nn? offering them. SALE SUITS to SALE SUITS TO ALL HATS AT MAY SALE PRICES One of the new Straws or Felt Hats will add to your appearance and the price will please you as much as the quality. TIIUSK LAST DAYS OF OVK .MAY SALE ARK AS IXTERKSTING AS THE FIRST ONK.S. S.M.SHAW, PROP. Ksuiliiisltfd In 10O2 AOA.OKLA. lion near Drumright. He had for- merly served as both deputy sl'.eriff and constable iy Drumright. Besides four brothers and four sisters, his only immediate ivhxtive living is a little daughter, who if now being cared for by relatives. 'Mis mother has died since was .sent to the slate penitentiary. Wife. Killed in Hotel. riraught's wife was killed in a Di'Utnright hotel shortly after shot Robbins and while he was be- ing held in jail at Sapulpa awaiting trial. Bycl: Davis, who Is alleged to h.ive killed Mrs. Draught, has never It averted by Branght on the wiines.< stand that the killing ot his wife was part of a design .against, him and his family, Davis, the Draught defense was a close personal friend of Robbins. (Continued ou Eight.) FITTING EAR UNION SUITS at- the the the nini; room which had been started a t'ew minutes previous to geiii'i-ate tin- current thai sent him to eternity, while the. electrodes were being adjusted. Prison chaplains and attendants 'joined in the ringing of ihe first verse of "I Am doing Home." at i Draught's request. When the singing Chinese i ended silence reigned only to be 'broke by the of ihe creaking straps as lira light's body stiffened while the current was being applied. Tile last religious services for the condemned man were held in the passageway just outside his eel! at -1 o'clock in the afternon. Kisses This was followed by a short Hi, I'n-ss prayer and liien the prison at-i MAY .-The i 'aches stepped aside while Draught. I somite today passed without debate exchanged farewell kisses and em-1 or amendment the deficiency ap- propriation b'lll adopted yesterday by the house, carrying forty-five million dollars for war risk allot- ments ;o families of soldiers and sailors and for Civil War veterans and their dependents. such a trip during this year or the first of tin.1 coming year. Let a Want AJ got. it for you. YOU NEVER KNOW 'f. I'h'ereiore It is a wise Idea .o keep late pholographs of v members Of the family. PHONIC US FOR I YOUR APPOINTMENT DENTAL CREME Cwio Nays Drug Co. I _J s Studio j? t'HO.Nfc 34 1 1 li.v tin- Aiioi-liltl-d PARIS, May econoniic status in Hie of her particularly through Germany's peace terms own hehiivior, her ruthless; farewell kisses and braces with his brothers and sisters. The strict watch that is maintain- ed over Bratight made it necessary for him to bid his last farewell through the bars of his cell, The brothers and sisters wept bit- terly. but Draught showed little emotion. Tears rolled down his cheek, however, as he said gcodbyo. (o the sister who has worked almost incessantly for the last, month to save him from the chair. "It te not that I must die within submarine warfare, allied and as-j a hours that socialed powers informed Count the thought in answer to'this disgrace his noie on the economic situation, today, with the text of Germany's note, is entirely negative. Thv reply declares that (.Me of shipping 10 the world through ihe (lennnn submarine was nearly thirteen million tons, whereas the allies merely ask for about, four million Ions in payment. In answer to German plea slir, will be called upon 10 feed sixty-seven million per- sons. Allied reply declares ii'catj; takes six million from (jcrmiin con- trol. The reply points out that all countries are Buffering from war's results and there Is no reason why Germany, which caused war, should not suffer. hurls, but. it Is Ihat I have brotigh and humiliation upon i ho sobbed. I Shows iNVrvc All the Time. iRraughl's remarkable norvo and his excellent record during the! twenty months ho has been here j has won for him the admiration and si'nsp.tUiy of prison attaches who have cor.ic in. contact, with him. "He. has boon a model prisoner and the more we know him and the more we talk with him the more difficult it gets to execute SHid one of the prison oflicials. Draught was 29 years .old. At the time of the killing of' Otis Rob- bins, ho was a guard for Cosden and Company at an oil pump sta- SUMMER COMFORT OKI! Fflii EVERYBODY SOME men like the form-fitting knitted garments, others prefer the loose-fitting woven suits. You can now buy either kind in me.i's athletic style garments with the MuiDiliifrwt'iir label- guurar.'.y of perfection in finish and fit, of the utmost in duality of material, washabillty and durability. The sheer summer 'Munsinpwear takes much of the grief out Of (he hot. weather. I'riced from to SKK THK.tl IX Ot'K DISPLAY XVIMKV.V.   

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