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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             YnuBelieve That Man Descended From Monkeys or in the Divine Qrigin-See-Tarzan of the Apes" and Settle the Question.-American 8foa Cutting BIG RETURNS ljim McGraw In Race for Nat'I. Committeeman ______.. By Ninvk' Sjwcinl PONCA CITY, Sept. au- OAKK1KS ot j. j. McGraw of -__ ._.. __t ,..._. 111 _. (JKST IMMVIDVAI. KVKK I'l'U- MStlKO IN In today's will be found the four page advertisement of the Model Clothiers, lhe biguest single advertisement that ever appeared in this paper, or any other paper in suite so far as known here. The wth of this institution has been st phenomenal, and the fact that this enormous advertise- the en; in both News publications, and in the siu-ooss of the business. In February. ISHn, Mr. Ponca City to succeed himself as republican national commilteeman was made yesterday. It is both brief ard to the point, containing also his platform which is simply "The. success of the republican pnr- aud nation." He ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919 The Governor's Sanction Is All i Ship Tulsa Needs THREE CENTS THE COPY KKMAINOEK OK KOI., CHAR'S SOCTHKKN AKMY 9UKKEN- ANNOUNCED IN IIEI'ORT TODAY. By News' Si Service WASHINGTON, sept. the sanction Geveruor Robert- son is now needed to assure the use of''the good ship "Tulsa" to carry the gubernatorial congress- ional party' to Newport News on September IS for the presentation of the silver service to the battle- LONDON, Sept. 12.---The remain-; ship Oklahoma. Congressman "In announcing my candidacy to succeed myself as a member of the republican national committee. I am doing so because of the service that I fool 1 have rendered to the republican party nationally, as well us the assistance rendered the ii-.ui-uiii7.es both publications liberally j chairman of the republican party ai all times leads one to believe that in this state in an effort to win adverti.-in- has played no small part OkLihoma for the republican parly, ami the further service thai 1 feoi Ben i shall bo able to give in the inter- Svhe'.nliev, Mr. Kdvvard Quick-. ost of republicanism, silver came 10 Ada from St. l.ouis, my wish to succeed myself, I bought the 1 Harris Clothing Com-i am doing so oa my own record pan'.- and opened the Model Quality for services performed and contcm- Mr. Sam Scheinberg, a soniplatoil, aud not upon tho record of Mr. Ben Scheiaberg. K. ia othor man. Most certainly uot der of Admiral Kolchek's southern army in -the region of Orik has sur- rendered to the Bolshevik forces, it is claimed in a Bolshevik wire- less dispatch from 'Moscow today. This raises t'he number of -men cap- front tho Kolchak forces to 5 000 men in a week, it message NUMBEU OP MA- TKIUALLY KEDXJCED LAST NIGHT, A DISPATCH AN- N-OUNCES TODAY. By Ahsbciatod Prens BOSTON', Sept, 12. WHth 'lie threat of a sympathetic general strike held off .by the action of. the Central Labor Un-ion last nigln. the situation resulting from from 'the Howard after 24 Hours of strenu- ous work had 'obtained the hearty accord of the Great American Ship- building corporation, builders of the ship, the shipping board and ....._________ the navy department for the plan. lng lhe night of the number of The shipbuilder? senf; a special rep-j disturbances which marked the first Britons Watch Our Prohibition "Experiments i By the Ansociatod PrcBB i London, Aug. 25, (Correspond- 1 e.ice of The Associated Press.) Britons are deeply interested in what is called the "American pro- hibition and every pub- lished statement concerning the sit- uation and the attitude of the Amer- ican public toward the new order is eagerly read. The latest addition to such con- tributions is by the Archdeacon of Wari'lngton, Canon Howson, who OP THE FIGHTING FIKST. strike of policemen assumed a calm- By News' Spcciul Service NEW YORK, Sept. a five mile flower-strewn pathway General Pershing led his famous First division down Fifth avenue has just returned from -New York, yesterday to the plaudits of aud who unqualifiedly endorsed thejOOO proud countrymen. It was the. er aspect today. The reduction ]aw jmpressions, concisely'; last sreat review of the world war rosentative here from Philadelphia to assure Congressman Howard not stated, are as follows: for New York and it was a fitting "Prohibition has come to stay 10 a long series of military terdsiy churned the capture ot nea is -declared, only would they be willing to allow from the o e Quicksilver look charge of the lmsi-j upon the record of any or the splen- I ness and by careful application mon who are or may be candi- velopod a remarkable establishment. for the republican nomination By the use of modern methods. thejfor the presidency of the I'nitcd store in a short time became one of j States. the leading and largest exclusive! "Every man should stand or fall clothing houses in the soui-heastern ou njs owl, merits and uot aspire to part of Oklahoma. Karly In 1017 Mv. Quicksilver en- listed in the navy, and sold out his interest to Mr. Scheinberg, who at Herman office on the popularity or ability of another man. It doe? not neces- sarily follow that one is qualified for the office of national committ- man just because he may be sup- i porting some one of the splendid men who may be candidates for the presidency of the United States. "The duties -of the national com- miueeman do not contemplate the i writing of platforms or selecting of duties are 40 elect tile nominees that the republicans _ .of the United States have chosen the boys of the 13th regiment eu- 1 as iheir standard bearers. i gineers (Railway) when the regi- platform is, 'The Success ofiinent returned from foreign service. prisoners from the Kolchak; ,ney reached Philadelphia un-   official statement declared in- cludod British troops. nights of the Strike was a re- utates Those most opposed to j spc-ct.acles. entire trip. AFFECTED BY SAYS ARTIST assuring -feature. Soldiers of the stale guard con- tinued in charge of the streets, aided by a force of voluntary policemen. Little difflcutly was experienced in breaking up -the crowds last night except in one or t.wo sections. The deathlist ou the third stood at seven. Several of the fa- talities were due to guardsmen firing iwto mobs which -were -breaking win- Ido-vvs and looting stores, while two resulted from the efforts to -break i up the dice games which were played openly In the streets. By the Press CHICAGO, 111., Sept. will be psychologically affected by K. Uodson, who lives! moving says Lorado Tatt. two miles west, of Ada, has just re- ceived from Chicago an embroidered banner in honor of his service in thu war. This banner was sent out by the entertaining committee in Chicago that recently did honor to the Republican Party in Oklahoma and the and no man can 1 truthfully charge that I have ever, directly or indirectly, financially or otherwise, contributed to the suo- cess of any democrat as a candidate i for any office, high or law, either in the primaries, or at election." general The banner bears colors the American flag, the regimental flag, the i-eghiu-ntal emblem oC the 13th. It also contains in gold the name of the soldier to which it is as- the sculptor. "They see beautiful women on the screen; then they go home and practice for hours before the mirror. The outcome? Grace- ful walking, pleasant faces, fine complexions and vivacity. Still, the hoydonlsh and caper-cutting movie actresses are a Dad influence." In the opinion of Miss Indiana Gyberson, an Irish painter who has studied In Paris-'-alid Madrid, the movies have made American women moiv beautiful. "Ah, the rising generation of Chi- .MK. It. Sl-HKINBKRG. that lime was residing in St. Louis. With Mr. Scheinberg. who has had over thirty-five years experience in operating a high class store, as man-! ager. lhe Model has grown to be; one of the besi clothing firms in the state of Oklahoma. The store is beautifully equipped with modern cabinets and cases, giving the customers all the comforts and advantages of seeing a large Herman Dodson volunteered in May, 1917. He was sent to France i soon after his enlistment aud had I more than two years service in some of the hardest fighting of the war, participating in the fighting at Ver- dun. St. Mi-hlel an-d the Argonno. He was nuur Sedan when hostilities cased. A handsome bronze service button accompanies the banner, giv- ing the names of the principal bat- tles in which the regiment look a part. Dodson won two promotions i while in the service and held the ATLAXTAT "Ga.'r Sept. ll.--.Dix- of sergeant at the time of his discharge last July. He is the son Wed" v-uTVis Tank' company, j cago girls." she exclaimed. "One _ t .1 r- T- lorr-or nmnhor Ol VETERANS AT ATLANTA Hy Nvws' Special Serv it's bravest, the boys who rode with General Nathan Bedford For- rest in the war between the states, will make a great showing at the assortment and being able to pick Confederate reunion Octo- the goods he should have lor :.lo_ the gaps ,ime personal use. Such an attractive. in lheir ranks store is indeed something thai all i General Joe Johnson, of C.' D. Dodson. well known in Ada. STATE MAY LOSE USE OF FEDERAL accept the inevitable. Those who have paved the' way for ii are facing law enforcement. A very large majority, to judge by bear- say and eyesight, agree that it is the best thing for America. The threats of 'no beer, no and and revolution' are empty va- porings, and -the work of the staes and cities is going on unimpaired. Smuggling of liquor will so on for a time, tout by Janu- ary the government will have the situation well in hand. Prosperity- is the result. Instead of saloons at the corners of the streets, banks The commander of America's ar- mies .shared honors with battle scared veterans who won undying fame on the fields of France. For all of them it was life's most mem- orable days. As he drove down the avenue, the stern lines of the lead- er's face relaxed in the now famous Pershing smile, and when he dis- mounted in Washington Square at the end of the march, he ex- claimed: "It was the most enthusiastic and patriotic outburst I have ever seen." 'Behind Pershing road a score of are appearing. Happiness in the! Major-Generals and Brigadiers, and home, hitherto unknown, has ap- back of thea strode the command- Ky Special Service OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. Wood, state highway com- missioner, has returned from Mom- phis, Tenn.. where he attended a I peared on every hand and children and young people are having their opportunity. "A dry America will be a terrific rival to countries which are said the Archdeacon. "All busi- ness men had better recognize this if they have not already done so. Dryness does not kill joy. I voy- aged on a dry ship and a wet one, and the experience was illuminating. I haVe realized the marvelous pow- sees a far, far larger number of charming women here now-. Let them talk oJ' cabaret dancing and rich pastry ruining the attractive- ness. It is the movies that are moulding ever-fresh types of native American types." Yet she conceded that the screen plays wield an influence that will work either good or evil. "Remember the recent avalanche of 'vamps' in she went conference of highway commission-1 er of whole-hearted enthusiastic ir, of Oklahoma, Texas. Arkansas. Mississippi and Tennessee, held un- her- self or her views on Q-reat Britain. She has 'discovered.' a good thing. She only wants to tell the good news and if in any way she can help progress, she is there to render that help." Our Army's Double Service. The ability of the "fighting par- soir' or pious to give a good account of himself in the battle is UlUll. .UclJUI JUC .N. J VllllhULl, Ada can be proud of. not only in commamler of the First fact ot human experience well the fact that such a store adds to Korrost.s was JM AUanta known for centuries. Cromwell s the civic beauties of the town, but (odnv fol. the plkeme.i. humming a surlv h n opening headquarters it also S'ves the desired aunos- wnicb will be maintained phero for the habit oi the young may [he ,ast reunion_ ,vlld sages will be sent to every survivor of Forrest's band throughout the United States, urging him to attend what may be the last recnion, and it is hoped to have between four crowing men of our city. U is true iha-t clothes will not create uenius. bu! as Mr. Scheinberg always impresses upou the men. clothes gives the outside world :iion of the inner man will, spread their fame throughout on. "Girls who slinker-slouched when they walked, rolled their eyes alluringly and tried to look naughty? They were copying the movie queen of the moment. Now we're getting tlw> athletic, vigorous, j smiling giri in tho films. It is I sood. As DeMaupassant said: 'All women are imitative as monkeys.' The speedy action of the films has made girls vivacious." A prominent designer and im- porter of women's gowns declared the films have had an Important effect on the demand for certain styles, particularly gowns of sim- der the auspices ot the Memphis chamber of commerce.. Telegraphic dispatches from Memphis refer to Mr. Wood as the commissioner "who camp a. long way to talk and listen to business pertinent to the work of highway development and had no speech lo make." He represented Oklahoma on the important reso- lutions committee, which mapped out future activities of an associa- tion of highway commissioners. Ono of the important business transactions at the meeting was the pledging of each state delegation to support the Ferris bill, intro- duced in the national house by Con- gressman Scott Ferris by which the war department will be directed to turn over its surplus motor driven vehicles to the federal department of agriculture, to be distributed among the highway departments of iln> various slates. The state of Oklahoma lias 25 passenger auto- mobiles and 40 big trucks, proper- ty of the government, to be used BAILEY TO mm PAPER By News' Spccisl Service DALLAS, Tex., Sept. old line Democrats of Texas are waking are going to be In the thick things next is the word brought back from Huston by Charles F. Greenwood, er's guard of honor, the world fam- ous Com. Regiment of oDughboys, the flower of six divisions. Stal- wart young giants, magnificent Americans, they scored in the na- tion's metropolis a triumph far dearer to their hearts than the laurels they won in the victory of Paris and London. Nearly all the men wore wound chevrons. Back of "Pershlng's Own" swept regulars -of the First division, fully accounted for in war. It was a dress parade, but so far as equip- ment went they might have been on their way to the front. under the bobbing trench helmets were stern and business-like. As Pershing grandstand, at Museum, the great crowd went wild with enthusiasm. He sat on his I horse as the cavalrymen have been taught to do, smiling and .saluting with his gloved hand, while imme- I diately 'behind streamed the Ameri- can colors and the. four-starred flag of a full general. The commander made but one stop on the march and that was at St. Patrick's Cathedral to change horses. He dismounted amidst a crowd of girls representing the Knights of Columbus, each eager to be the first to hand him flowers. Upon the cheek of the victor he im- planted a kiss while she blushed happily. Seated on a private stand fn front came abreast the the Metropolitan chairman of the State Democratic Advlsorv Committee, who returned The mt 1 P.e, lines and "intriguing ample of recent times Is, of course, Sergeant York, the intensely relig- ious "dead shot" from Tennessee whose famous exploit in the Ad- first opinion of tht nner man fjve h d d hppp when the K0nllt. It behooves every man seeking veterans not KJ lost- the advantage so easily Kained by wearing good vlothes. Clothes not only gives lhe outside world a better opinion ol the man: hut they inspire him ul lllv more confidence and create in him for a feeling of self-respect which natuL forest was described by ral Foch as the greatest indi- and a druggist reports t he sale of cosmetics has increased 25 per cent since the movies became j b Recently the judge advocates of the war department made a decision which if followed 'would require the return of all this machinery to the war department. three study ot The Oldest American The "Oldest living tion is South and Southwest Texas, Mr. Greenwood also brought back the information that a new Demo- cratic daily paper unquestionably will be established in Texas within the next sixty days. Both Houston and Dallas are under consideration n Kentucky, a. possible homes for the new pa- brated his 131st birthday on Sept. I per, he said. of the cathedral were Cardinal Mer- cier and a throng of church digni- taries. Pershing paused to welcome to America the heroic old man who had so proudly defied the German invaders. The cathedral chimes rang out in hymns of victory and "The Star Spangled Banner" as the two world-famous figures clasped hands, "I love America with all my heart and greet you as one of the world s greatest soldiers." was the greeting popular. illy adds to his ability and ciency. Mr. Ti. Scheinbwrg vvith Ins two 
                            

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