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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY MCOS Mines SONS i. co. SHIRTS 'Loom to Wearer Consider the value of that expression. The shirts you buy from us bearing the label LOOM TO ME SHIRT WEAR Eft. are woven on looms owned by the makers- -looms that are man- aged by the makers. The dependability of every featnre of the shirt's manufacture is duplicated in the vory construction of the cloth. No wonder such a frank guarantee S0w witth every Eagle Shirt It is watched over from UK- raw yarn to the fint.hefl shut l.j people who have mu.'.e tine sir.co 1SBT. No wonder we ad- vocate ttu Shir; for c.ur eustoinofs. MIH'KS ARK ____________________________________ IlOY.v SHI1JTS AM) WAISTS TO Sl.r.O STEVENS -WILSON AMERICAN AVIATORS FIRST TO MAKE SAFE PASSAGE OP ATLANTIC OCEAN. PONTA DELGADA; Azores, May. 28. America's claim to the honor of the first air flight across the At- lantic is secure. Lieut. Commander Albert C. Read brought his big air- plane, NC-4 to a safe landing In Lisbon harbor at New York time this afternoon having made the iOO mile air journey from this por'i in 9 hours and 4-1 minutes, an. average of about, SO nautical miles NOTE INSISTS THAT ALLIES ARE NOT LIVING TIP TO THEIR EARLY PROMISES. By Assoi'lntt'rt Press BERLIN, May that solemn assurances of France, Great Britain and President Wilson that peace would be a peace of right and not of violence have not been kept, especially regarding territories, Ger- man 'counter proposals to the peace terms will attempt to show a con- tradiction 'between the draft of the treaty and previous assurances from hour. entente statesmen. These counter covered ,mu-, proposals declare Uie peace terms she left Rockaway completely ignore the fact that Ger- sne _H.UL hag replaced the imperialistic nt by a strictly democratic that Germany in propos- of Nations has of arma- New Gingham Frocks At Special Prices Bis Week These new Gingham Dresses possess an especial appeal. They typify the well dressed in style, yet re- fined in colors and materials which enhance the charm of woman's personality.. Dresses This week for Halifax on May 8 and her time for the actual cross ocean flight from Treonssey, N. F., to Lisbon, is 2G hours" and 46 minutes. The best steamship time across the Atlantic is "four toys, seventeen hours and six minutes, made by the Mauretan- ia -on February 20, 1909. It may thus be seen that the completion of the flight marks a tremendous advance in the march of progress. OK BEIAJIVM WILL VISIT WASHINGTON lly tho Assoi'inii'il PARIS, May Albert of Belgium, is expected to visit Wash- ington to attend the initial meeting of the League of Nations next Oc- tober. Marriage Licenses. C. D. Folmisbee. KoiT: Donnie Barnett, 20, RofT. E. Norman. 22, Francis; Nel! Robinson, 23, Chicknsha. Lilburn Bray. 21. Stonewall; El- sie Ketner. Stonewall. Edgar Fullinghim, 27. Ada; Julia Tatum, 20. Ada. Lee Byrd. 2-', Stonewall; Leona Oglesby, Stonewall. John Whuson. 23. Lawrence; Ina Ritter. 18, Ada. G. W. Casey, 40. Ada; Maudie Kellopp, 18. Francis. Burton H. Witherspoon. 20. bhaw- nee; Emma C. Thompson, 23, Ada. H. A. White, 26. Tupelo; Flossie Battiste, 17. Tupelo. i DKLKOATION TO PEACE CON- KKHEXCE DEMANDS OVER FROM THE ALLIES. r.v tin- Assoi'iniri! rivfit VERSAILLES, May Ger- man peace delegation here, it was i learned today, will present a count- er claim of marks, the equivalent of for damage suffered from the allied blockade as offset to the reparation di'tmuids of allied powers. BEAUTY resides chiefly in the skin. The care of the skin should therefore form un Important .ii of every woman's toi- let. -i- Combination Cream Jonteel nourishes. softens and whitens the skin and pro- tectn It against the weather. It is also a perfect base for face powder and it does not grow hair. Perfumed with the costly now odor of 20 Jonteel. Wonderfully re- freshing. 50c at DnigCo. OKLAHOMA CITY? May That final arrangements routing Ok-1 lahoma soldiers of the old State Na- tional Guard, now coming home from France, through Oklahoma with permission to stop at Oklaho- ma City, will be made in a day or two, is" indicated in a telegram re- ceived by Governor Robertson from Congressman Scott Ferris. The let- ter says he has assurance from 'the War Department that the 142nd reg- iment, which contains nearly all of the Oklahoma men, will 'be routed through Oklahoma City with per- mission to stop here, subject to j whatever arrangement.'! may be ill local committees for their reception. Governor Robertson, however, with an escort, will go to New York to meet the men. He will leave j here next Saturday for New_ York. My tin' Assoi-iiitcii I'n-M iWith him will go Mrs. Robertson, 'WASHINGTON, May Rapid General Roy Hoffman and completion of the navy's 1016 build-j Hoffman, Adjutant General C. ins program was urged by the gen- p Barrett as chief of staff and eral board today in a communication a number of army offl- presented to tlu' house naval com- mititH- by Secretary Daniels. The board recommended that only slight changes be mace in the plans DAMKLS INSISTS THAT IXG PIUXiUAM OK UK Sl'KKDKD UP. of the capital ships as originally drawn. The board's recommenda- tion showed that the idea of build- ing a composite ship to take the place of battleships and battk cruisers bad .been abandoned the time being at least. 55.50 Dresses This week Dresses This week Dresses This week Dresses This week One Lot of House Aprons HATS New black lace and maline hats. One beautiful assort- QA ment at this price SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL TRIMMED HATS. ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AT SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK PHOMC 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. ttMabUshed ID 1MB ADA.OKLA. cers, making a party of about ten or twelve. The vessel bearing the men home is expected to reach New York be- tween June 2 and 4, and the Okla- homa delegation will meet them at the pier. The men will be held at BE BUILT ON llu. amp Mills about ten days, It is for: said, following which their route through Oklahoma will be announc- 1 ed. Governor Robertson and his party will precede the soldiers to Oklahoma and be here to partici- pate in the greeting, when they come through the state. An effort was made to get per- mission from the War Department for the men to stop in three other places In the state. It Is not thought now this will be possible, as noth- WASHINGTON, May mill- CREW OF SEAPLANE border and a wire fence as an addl egd he however, as if this tional protection against raids from (he only place they are Mexico has been recommended by military official of the Southern De-1 lu j partment and the proposition ap-1 pears in a fair way of receiving snplicrt of congress at the beginning j of the regular session next Decem- ber. A long conference was today held by Representative John Garner with members of the general staff, and while there was no direct state- ment that the staff would make the recommendations, the matter is under serious consideration. "While I have doubted the feas- ibility of the project W. A. Allen, formerly superin- tendent of the Roff schools but now postmaster at Roff, was In Ada Tuesday with ten bushels of fresh potatoes. They sold for 5 cents a pound, or a bushel. Mr. Allen is a live wire and is helping boost things along In his city. By the Associated Press LONDON, May crew of the American seaplane NC-4 which made first trans-Atlantic aerial pas- sage, landing at Lisbon, Portugal, last evening from the Azores was decorated with the, grand cross of the order of the tower and sword, says a message to tho Wireless Press from Lisbon. The decoration was pre sen ted by trie Portugese foreign minister. Drop In with alx bits and get a blue print uiap of Pontotoc County. News. tf YOU NEVER KNOW Therefore it Is a wise idea ;o keep lato photographs of members of tho family. PHONE US FOR 1C YOUR APPOINTMENT Stall'rstudio y. THONB 84 said Mr. Garner tonight, "I now feel encouraged that something can be accomplished." RUSSIAN WIRELESS INSISTS THAT 150LHSEVIKI ARE RE- PELLING ENEMY. WASHINGTON, D. C., May Congressman McKeown has Intro- duced several bills of interest to Oklahoma. One of these prorldes for the construction of roads ad- joining Indian allotments, another to amend the act providing for the drainage of Indian lands. Of mpre local Importance is a bill for the erection of a federal build- ing at Ada, Drumrlght and Sapul- pa and for an additional allowance for Shawnee. the AsKoetnli-a Press LONDON, May Russian wireless message today denies the report that explosions have occur- red In Petrograd, due to the ap- proaching evacuation of the city by the Bolshevlkl. The dispatch de- clares there is no intention of aban- doning the city and that reinforce- mcnts already sent to the Gatchina front south of Petrograd are suc- ceeding in driving back the enemy. POSSIBIyE APPOINTMENTS TO BRITISH AMBASSADORSHIP By the Aoaoclntud PARIS, May Duke of Devonshire and General Jan Christ- ian Smuts are among those now- named as possible appointees as British ambassador to Washing- ton. the' Associated Press DALLAS, May elec- tion returns late last night and to- day overcame the lead of over in favor of the woman suffrage amendment and gave a majority of C.OOO against the amendment with fifty-one counties missing. The lat- est count shows that prohibition carried by over majority. Beautiful Draperies for Summer Decoration These new arrivals are attracting unusual attention. Beautiful designs and colorings, each having a spe- cial application to the scheme of the summer deco- rations. No prettier treatments can be obtained at much greater cost than from the new Draperies we are now showing. The patterns are-unusually rich and distinctive, and the prices reasonable. See Window The Surprise Store Established 1903 415-177 West Sf. Phone li-7   

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