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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 66 ADA> OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 1913, TWO GENTS THE COPY 1 A! TWTW Advance Summer Models in That Have so Much to Commend Them ------They're timely nnd tempting, appropriate and appealing for the bright bnlmy duys ot Into Spring and Summer. fashioned of duality fabrics, carefully seamed and stitched so as to withstand repeated tubbings. ------They're so extremely moderately priced that for a very limit- ed expenditure you can have a crisp, cool clean Blouse for every day in the week. ------If you have never worn a Wlrthmor, then we urge that you make their acquaintance tomorrow. The Same Styles Tbe s Nation Over The Same Prico The Cation Over Wirthmor waists are the product of the Wirthinor plan. A unique co-operative method of Blouse mak- ing' and Blouse distributing that makes possible not only superbly good values, but further enables every co-operative Wirthmor store the nation over to offer the same new styles at the selfsame time and always at the low fixed uniform established price. A "splendid showing this Week of: Worthover Waists Wirthmor- Welworth Georgette to STEVENS-WILSON CO. EIGHTY REPORTED MISSING AFTER FIRE ION OF AMMUNITION. By ;iic Associated LONDON, May a result of a flre In fi building occupied by American troops in the Coblenz dis- trict and explosion of a munition dump yesterday" 80 men. are miss- ing, according to a Cologne dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co, The foregoing report, bears a similarity to one received from Lon- don Tuesday reporting yie destruc- tion by flre of a building used as a barracks on the Rhine opposle Mannhein causing the death ol forty soldiers and injury of one hundred. This dispatch also was based on a German report "by way of Copenhagen to a London news agency. The flre occurred at Lud- wig-Shafen which is in the French area of occupation. REPORT CIRCULATED THAT AM- KRICANS DISSATISFIED WITH CONFERENCE. the Associated Preii May semi-of- ficial Wolff Bureau Is circulating a story under an Amsterdam, date which'asserts that the United States is "becoming increasingly dissatis- fied with developments at Versail- les" and that there Is "unmistak- able -strengthening of the inclina- tion for an understanding with Ger- many through a modification of tho peace terms." DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE' "IE WILL BE INDEPENDENT.. APPEAL TO RANK AND FILE ITALY GETS JSLANDS ON CAMPAIGN DALMATION COAST. U.v Hie Assoriulvd 1'russ CHICAGO, .May for conducting vthe Democratic nation- al company in 1920 will be raised by popular subscription and it is expected the contributions will be received from persons. Wilbur E. Marsh of Iowa, treasurer of the Democratic National Commit- tee, made this statement today in addressing that body on the subject of party finances in the second meeting of the two day session held here. Methods of political work, clos er co-operation between various, de- partments of part .and- woman's work in politics were the! subjects discussed today. I WILD CAT DIVISION SAILS FOR AMERICA By the Associated I'rt-as BREST, Mav troops of' the 81st (Wild Cat) division are! now homeward bound. The last contingents sailed today trith Major General C. J. Bailey, commander of] the division. KC-4 READY 10 Let a Want Ad get It for you. THE FINAL TOUCH In the .well-groomed woman's consists of the applica- tion" of a face powder. And it must-be just right or -the whole effect is spoiled. -FACE POWDER JONTEEL is BO adherent that it IB not af- fected by perspiratipn or the wind; and it Is Invisible, leav- ing no suggestion of make-up. with the costly new. odor of 26 flowers. 50c at Drag Co. I'.y tin- Assodntcil 1'ri'ss PARIS, May was stated in high circles this morning that a settlenfeiix of the Adriatic question now is a certainty as a result of the negotiations of yesterday and i last evening. Under this settlement Flume becomes an Independent city. The Italians will receive certain of Dalmatian Islands but it Is under- stood they will not get Zera or Sebenico. NORMAL SENIOR GETS GREAT OPPORTUNITY tbi> Artsoclnted Press BREST, France, May States Naval Seaplane NC-4 will probably start from Lisbon, weather permitting, tomorrow. Lieutenant Commander Read wishes to reach England on Memorial Day, accord- Ing to a wireless message picked up here by the steamer George ington from U. S. S. Rochester' which ia lying in the roads at Lis- bon. Work on the new school building 1s now under way, excavating hav- ing begun Wednesday. The build- Ing will be (pushed to completion as rapidly as possible and ready for occupancy at the beginning of tho fall term. Are you .still wlldcattlng for au- to casings? If ao drop in, we will let you In on proven mileage. Kel- ly-Sprlngfleld and Ajax ry Bros. Tire Co., 1st Door West of County Clerk's Office. I YOU NEVER I KNOW X Therefore it is a wise idea :o keep late -photographs of 4.LL members of the family. PHONE US FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT THONB 84 0. F. Oldham, one of the mem- bers of the present graduating class of the East Central Normal, has just been elected principal df the consolidated school at Beardeu, Okfuskee county-, at a salary of a month. This is considered one of the strongest consolidated in the state. Five teach- ers in itddition to the principal ure employed. Prof. Oldham has been given the authority to select his faculty. Final Sparks from The A. P. Wires PARIS, "May is reported that the of peace terms to the Austrian peace delegation which had been planned for Friday noon, has been postponed until Mon- day. HOME ON Ull Lloyd A. Smith, son of G. .W. Smith; Portland Park, arrived home yesterday from the hospital at Camp Pike to enjoy a few days' furlough. Mr, Smith was eleven months in France with the 28th Division, went over the top .six times, and was cited for distinguished service. He received wounds in the head, one arm and one'knee and was geased in one battle. He 'been for some time in the hospital at Camp Pike, aha with the continuation of careful treatment .he expects to be fully recovered within three months. Banks Will Close. Tomorrow (Friday) being Decora- tion Day, the undersigned banks of Ada" will observe the holiday toy remaining closed. Oklahoma- State Bank, First National Guaranty. State Bank, M. P. National Bank. It fly the AssocttitoU Truss PARIS, May propos- als formulated by the German del- egation at Versailles have been de- livered to French authorities. The proposals probably will go be- fore the Council of Four of the peace conference at this morning's session. AUSTRIAN TREATY IS IS.v tin- AsKOulntud Tress PARIS, May peace con- ference convened in secret plen- ary session at 3 o'clock this after- noon to hear the" terras of the treaty to be handed to the Austrian delegation at' St. Germain. Andre Tardieu, of the French delegation, read a summary of the terms. New Mexico Oil Boom. Harry B. Gutches, who has just returned from a week's trip to Por.- tales, New Mexico, reports great ac-' tivity In that State. Numerous rigs, are being erected and there'wlll'be many wells drilled during the.com- ing summer. v predict that; the; eame oil sands which produce the big gushers in.Texas will be found in New 'Mexico. The entire East- ern section of the State'has been leased by prominent Oklahoma ope- rators and high prices are quoted for acrea anywhere within ten miles of'drilling locations. A com- pany backed by fifty Ada parties Is arranging to drill a deep test well near Portales, N. M., work to begin immediately. that satisfy For the man that-wants to be well dressed and knows the asset of it and if he desires full value for his money should see our line of clothing of various styles and materials. WOOL SUITS to PALM BEACH to BOYS' to SHOES For both Men and Boys for all kinds of wear. THE NETTLETON SHOE FOR GENTLEMEN PHOHf 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP. ed In IBM AOA.OKLA. Newt -McClure believes he is some gardner. He brought in this morn- ing a. radish that reminds one of the sweet potatoes like the fancy potato growers raise. It is a foot long, about one-half foot thick and. of course is in .condition to eat, It any one is fond of radishes. Plane Damaged. The.recruiting aviators' had a bit of bad luck this morning, dagag- Ing one the wings while land- ing. They have wired to the camp nt Port Worth for instructions as to what to do next. Several re- cruits are ready to transported to camp for enlistment. Let a Want Ad get It for you. leautixul Draperies for ummer These new arrivals are attracting unusual attention. Beautiful designs and colorings, each paving a spe- cial application to the scheme of the summer .'deco- rations1.. prettier treatments at much greater cost than froin the new Draperies we are now_ showing. The patterns unusually, rich and distinctive, and the prices See Window Display. The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117
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