Ada Evening News, May 26, 1919

Ada Evening News

May 26, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he Hba (©jetting J^ettws VOLUME XVI. NUMBER ft! ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY 26, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY 1-.<i "Tj Women's JAVA ST IONE OF GREAT VOLC AN-IC OUTBURST t'OSTI NG MANY THOISAXDS OF Ll YES. TO PRESENT “MI,SS SOMEBODY ELSE.** A COM KOY OF MK H FCN ANO MANY THRILLS. PROGRESSIVE EFFORT TO RAH STANDPATTERS FROM CH AI RXI AN SHU’S DEFEATED. th** AsMH'lattHl Presa AMSTERDAM, May 26.—The volcano of Kalut on the island of s Java, has burst into eruption, wiping out twenty villages in the district of Prengat and eleven in the district of Dlitar and causing deaths j estimated at 15,000 according to a Central News dispatch received here. Java has been the scene of the most violent volcanic eruptions on record in times past. Probably the greatest of these occurred in 1884 when after an explosion of unprecedented violence one of these on the coast sank into the sea. Many thousands of lives were lost in the castrophe. Java is a dependency of the Netherlands and one of the richest of the East Indies. We have just received two delayed shipments of Ladies’ Black Kid Colonial Pumps that are very attractive and moderately priced: $5 and $7.50 New Stitched Milans. Georgette Dress Hats, Bankok Street Hats. Prices $8.50 to $18 See our line of Milan Sailors and French Bonnets for Children. STEVENS-WILSON CO. OVER IHE I0r TREASI RY DEPARTMENT REIM m rs < > v Kits i Bsc ’it 11 *« HONS AMOUNTING TO Bv the    Pre.-!* WASHINGTON, May 26. Total Victory Loan subscriptions announced today by the treasury department were $5.14 9,908,SOO, an oversubscription of $750,000,000. Cai*. Hargis Gets Appointment. •Miss Somebody Else,” which will be presented at the Normal auditorium this evening by the Senior Class is said to be an unusually entertaining play. It is a comedy in four acts, in which Constance Dar-cv. the brilliant young daughter of Harvey Darcy, a multi-millionaire mine owner and proprietor, proves that rich girls are not necessarily butterflies, nor snobs, but have a longing for the real friendship of real people who are not blinded by their wealth, and a chance to win a place for themselves in the world. To accomplish these, she decides to live incognito for a time. This gives rise to many amusing situations and also gives her an opportunity to prove her real worth. The various characters in 1 play a reduced gentlewoman, scientist husband and debutai. daughter; the society leader of the town in which the scenes are laid, her debutante daughter and only son; an Irish maid who is an amusing character; a vivacious French maid; a modern chauffeur; a young crook; society matrons, girls and young men are each interesting types* This evening spent in the Normal auditorium promises to be an event g of genuine enjoyment. Fast of Characters. Constance Darcy----Caille Brown Celeste ______________Hazel West Ann Delavan______ Lulu Ingram Mildred Delavan Della Overturf Mrs. Blain wood____Dorothy Duncan Fay Blain wood______Mary    Gillette Alice Stanley Nolle Boh Kennon Freda Mason________Mildred Reed Mrs. Herrick ________Ruth    Erwin Susan Ruggs --------Ethel Land Cruger Blain wood-Oat her van Meter Ralph Hastings____Frazier Oldham John, the Chauffer    —Dewey Gilmore Jasper Delavan -------Curtis Floyd Sylvester Crane______Oscar Parker Bert Shaffer______Clifford    Dorsey By tho Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 26—Republican senators of the progressive group lost their fight today against the selection of Senators Penrose, Pennsylvania, and Warren, Wyo-inig, as chairmen of the finance and appropriations committees, respectively, the party conference approving both assignments. The progressives, led by Johnson, California, made the issue on Penrose and were defeated 35 to 5. No effort I was made to contest Warren’s election and the conference approved all committee assignments according to plan. Senator Johnson indicated he would not carry the fight to the senate door. Progressives who opposed Penrose and Warren who did not attend the conference were Bo--ah, Idaho, Kenyon, Iowa, and Nor is, Nebraska. New Gingham Frocks At    Special Prices This Week These new' Gingham Dresses possess an especial appeal. They typify the well dressed woman—smart in style, yet refined in taste—In colors and materials which enhance the charm of woman’s personality.. $4.50 Dresses    ^ft This week ------------ $5.50 Dresses    I This week ----------aP *• •*> $6.50 Dresses    ftft This week ----------v*»00 $7.75    Dresses    d* C ftO This week __________ $9.75 Dresses This week ------- SIyU 1763 COUNCIL DECIDES TO RECOGNIZE ANTI-BOLfiHVIK (HH EHNMENTS IN RUSSIA. RETAINING DISABLED  SAILORS J. ERWIN MUICH SINGS HERE FRIDAY EVENING WASHINGTON. May 2 6.—Commercial uccupations, as bookkeeping, clerical work. stenography and telegraphy appeal to disabled men who have a good general education and who are willing to devote a few’ months to intensive courses of training. Positions may be secured in a reasonably short time after beginning study, while those who are more ambitious, with better educational background may become accountants, advertisers, secretaries, insurance salesmen, bankers or office managers by continuing their training in evening schools. More than 1200 discharged soldiers are being trained in these courses in business schools and colleges. It is the policy of the Federal Board for Vocational Education to utilize existing schools rather than to organize new’ schools for the purpose which is their privilege under the Act. Many of these school^ have had experience in training handicapped men and are proving valuable aids in the work with wounded soldiers. Attention, Delphian Flub. The Delphian Club wrill meet in the Methodist church parlors at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon. Try Knott’s Bread. Made of sifted flour. Phone 57-.    5-24-2t J. Erwin Mutch, baritone of The chon of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, will appear under tht auspices of the High School Musical Celebrities Club at the First Methodist church »n next Friday evening. Backed by a specific guarantee by Mr. Roland R. Witte of Kansas City, who has proven his personal interest in the effort of the local high school to furnish the class of entertainment which they have furnished. Principal A. L. Fentem pledges the patrons that they will enjoy him and his concert as genuinely as any that has ever been presented in Ada. The following is an extract from Mr. Witte’s communication : “Mr. Mutch gave his concert in Dallas a few weeks ago and they called him the American Tita Ruffo. < which is a wonderful compliment. He is a young fellow, just thirty. blit possesses a magnificent baritone j voice with a phenomenal range and maintains the baritone quality with a higher range than most tenors, which is most unusual. He is an i artist in every respect and a thor-! lough musician. If you wish to take j him, you may do so absolutely on , I my guarantee that if he does not . j give satisfaction you need not pay anything for him.’’ Again, in another communication Mr. Witte writes:    “You    are going to strengthen jour good standing in Ada as an impressario in Mr. Mutch’s concert. This fellow is truly a magnificent artist and you may rest assured absolutely that he will carry his audience with him from the moment he steps out on the platform to his last number. This means that Ada will have treat on this occasion. Principal Fentem urges the assistance of all who wish to see the course succeed advertising the concert. Captain Sam H. Hargis returned lait evening from Oklahoma City where he has been for the past few days, and reports that he has just been appointed as enforcement officer for the state highway commission. This is a department of the commission which requires four officers for the state and Captain Hargis was selected as one of the four. The duties of the enforcement officers will be to look after convict labor on the state highways, see to the collection of automobile tax, etc., and will require more or lets travel. The position pays fifteen hundi ed' dollars a year and all traveling expenses and, all in all, is a very desirable position. Captain Harigs is to be congratulated on securing this very important appointment, and the citizens of Ada can assure the governor and tho commission that they could not have made a better selection anywhere in this part of the state. AOI Vt Iii THAT OF FOUR AGREES U. S. SHALL KEEP 700,000 TONS. WAUER MILBURN DIES AS RESULT DE BURNS By the A soriatetl Press WASHINGTON, May 26. Presift ut Wilson nas informed officials here that the council of four of the peace conference has reached a full understanding by which the U. S. will retain 700.009 tons of German shipping seized iii American ports when this country entered the war. Great Britain had proposed that this tonnage be placed in a common pool and allotted on a basis of tonnage lost by the various nowers through submarine warfare. Al IHE PLAY HOUSES By tin' Associated Press PARIS, May 26.—The Council of Four of the peace conference has decided conditionally to recognize the anti-Bolsheviki governments of Admiral Kolchak in Siberia and Gen eral Denekine in the Black Sea region, according to neuter s agency here. The conditions of recognition are that regarding the future of Russia the government agrees to convoke and accept the verdict of a genuine constituent assembly, likewise that the League of nations covenant and consequences affecting the boundaries of the former empire are to be accepted. The constituent assembly is to determine the form of government of Russia. The various anti-Bolshevik governments springing up in different parts of Russia have largely com-| bined under the leadership of Kolchak and Denekine, who with volunteer armies have defeated the enemy in many hard fought battles and have greatly reduced the extent i of territory held by Lenine and Trotsky. They have long sought recognition by the allies and their cause will be materially’ strengthened in case this is extended them, hence the importance of the reported action by’ the Big Four. One Lot of House Aprons ------------------$1 BATS New’ black lace and maline hats. One beautiful assort- <£’’7 AA ment at this price------------------------------V    *    * SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL TRIMMED HATS. ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AT SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.Af. SHAW, PROP. Established In IPOS AOA. OKLA. OFFICERS IN ADA YESTERDAY GREAT DAY FOR WOODMEN Lieuts. Stewart and Fancher arrived from Taliaferro Field, Fort j Worth, Sunday afternoon and will remain here a few’ days to enlist! men for the U. S. army air service. They want men between the ages of 18 and, 4 5 w’ho have no dependents.! The air service trains bright young men without service to become expert aviation mechanicians. Enlisted men with the necessary physi- , cal qualifications will have the opportunity cf becoming flyers. The officers offer to give recruits a ride back to Taliaferro Field, a distance of 160 miles ,in their machine, if they desire to begin their service with an air trip. Any one interested should see tho officers at the Harris hotel. Sunday afternoon the aviators flew for some time above the city and gave a good exhibition stunt flying. They expect to give another this evening at 7:15. Hot and sweet pepper plants—- thousands of them, $1.00 per hundred. See B. F. Stegall, one block N. W. Firsco depot or Rains Bros. Grocery’. Phone 765-R.    5-23-3t BEAUTY resides chiefly in the skin. The care of the skin should therefore form an important part of every woman's toilet. Combination Cream Jonteel nourishes, softens and whitens the skin and protects it against the weather. It is also a perfect base for face powder and it does not grow hair. Perfumed with the costly new’ odor of 26 flowers Jonteel. Wonderfully refreshing. 50c at Purin 9. Moue Hnsfl Til a in NC-4 STILL DELAYED DY Bv th** Associated Presa WASHINGTON, May 26.—Confirming weather forecasts of yesterday Rear Admiral Jackson cabled the state department this morning from Ponta Del Cada that the NC-4 was held at her moorings by unfavorable flight conditions. The trans-Atlantic flight probably will not be resumed before Tuesday. * YOU NEVER * KNOW Therefore it is a wise idea lf o keep late photographs of J VLL members of the family. PHONE \JS FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT Stair ^Studio Walter Milburn of the Homa-okla Oil Company, who was so se- I verily burned in the gas explosion near Alien on May 14th, and who; has; since that time been in the hos-pitil at this place, died Sunday morning. May 25th, at 3:30 o’clock. His wife aud three children from Allen, one brother and his wife from Oklahoma City, and another brother from Milburn, Okla., were present at the time of his death. The remains were shipped this afternoon to Madill at which place interment will be made. Even to the casual observer it is said indeed to see this man who had not yet reached the noontide of his life lay down his tools of labor and say, “It is finished.” But still more heavy are those hearts who have been tendered by his companionship, for it is they who will miss him most for having known him longest and loved him best. Norman-Roblnson. Saturday evening the marriage of Mr. K. Norman of Francis, and Miss Nell J. Robinson of Chickasha, was solemnized by C. V. Dunn, minister of the First Christian church of Ada. The wedding took place at the home of Mrs. T. E. Brents, 105 E. 14 th street. The ring ceremony was used. Only a few immediate friends were invited to be present. Mrs. Norman is a young lady of unusual attainments. Through her own effoits she made her way through the Ada normal where she was a prime favorite and after that taught most successfully at Tishomingo, Chickasha and other places. She merits the best the world can offer. Mr. Norman is a young man of excellent reputation and is engaged in the grocery business at Francis. He is indeed to be congratulated on his success in winning such an estimable lady as his life’s companion. Mr. and Mrs. Norman will make their home in Francis. They have the best wishes of their many friends. LIBERTY' Roy Hughes and the Passing Parade will open an engagement this evening, presenting many attractive specialties with their singers, comedians and dancers. The picture program presents Wilbur Crane in the drama, Unto the End. AMERICAN. Another thrilling installment of The Light nig Raiders. Harold Lloyd appears in the comedy, Crack Your Heels. Footballs and I muds is another laughable comedy. TEXAS TOR SUFFRAGE the service a of Ada Camp answered the January 1st The names of P. IL B. DALLAS, Tex., May 26.—With approximately one-half of the votes cast in Saturday’s constitutional amendment election reported unofficially, the several amendments retain approximately the same relative positions that they did in tho returns received last night, prohibition, home ownership and suffrage leading in the order here named and the governor's salary showing defeat. CREDENTIALS OE Yesterday was a great day for the Woodmen of flu* World, notwithstanding the threatening condition of the weather from time to time during the day*. At 10:30 the members of the local camp assembled at the hall and marched in uniform to the First Christian church where the memorial sermon was preached by the pastor, Rev. C. V. Dunn. Being himself a member of the order Mr. Dunn was peculiarly fitted to deliver the address, and every one who heard it was more than pleased. During the course of fist or the members No. 568 who have last summons since last year, was read. the deceased are as follows: H. M. Goad; H. H. Pritchett; IO. Barton; August Fishbeek; VV. Adcock; J. M. Brown; J. Gotcher; J. VV. Shelton; R. H. Mus-grove; C. C. Hargis; S. M. Tor-. belt • F. It. Folsom; Hurley Prince; M. T. Poteet; J M. Taylor; Elbert 1 Chapman. At 2:30 in the afternoon the unveiling ceremony was held at the city cemeteries, where the graves ot all departed woodmen were properly and appropriately decorated. The ceremonies w'ere conducted by the various officers of the order, W. C. Williams acting as consul commander. Hon. A. N. Lee craft Head Consul of the Woodmen of the State, and treasurer of the State of Oklahoma, delivered the principal address on woodcraft. Mr Leecraft is an able speaker and those who hear him are always pleased. He is very popular and has many friends in this part of the state Rev. Dunn recited that great •Mortality," by Knox, and re-many compliments on his de Newly Unboxed Just received another shipment in Gordon and Armor Plate Silk Hose, in Henna, Navy. Black. White, Brown, Grey and Field Mouse. They are worth on today’s market $2.00,    $2.5u and $3.00. Our Price is $1.50, $2 and $2.50 J. H. Hodges of Palmer was In By the Associated Press PARIS, May 26.—The credentials of the Austrian peace delegation at St. Germain have been approved by the credentials commission of the peace congress and the Austrian delegates have bent their first note to the allied and associated powers dealings with the treaty’s terms. High school students who expect to do credit work in the Normal this summer will meet me tomorrow aft- poem, ceived livery. Silk Hose prices are advancing. Here is a chance to lay in a supply at prices that will be hard to duplicate later. uncle Enen. “Dar’s a heap o’ selfishness in human nature" said Uncle Ebon. “A lot O' men wishes everybody 'Happy New Year’ on January first an’ takes It all back on January second." WEATHER FORECAST. Tho weather man is rather leery The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-111 West Main St. rn  _117 ;

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