Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
(fthe ^Iba Cbenrng J^etos
ADA. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1919.
TWO CENTS THE COPY
Skirts full of
Fashion and Value
FTO in BEFORE MCU
ll I. KUM ASS MAY Iii*' CAIihKI^ %4TXH NT FOK I NWARKANT-Kl) K.YEA’VTION.
WI I/SON ANO PREMIER* DON SIDHU I IHI* Al IAT IONS ANO HOI NOARIKS.
SPRING SKIRTS are here
in splendid array. Every
new note of fashion has been
caught in some material and
color that is certain to suit
your taste and your purse.
Serges, Poplins, Taffetas and Satin; plaids, novelty weaves and the staples — the assortment is complete, and superior fit and durability ai e tailored into these skirts.
$5 T0 $20
See the late arrivals in Ladies’ Suits, Capes and Dresses in our windows—or better still, in the store.
( APES FOR GIRDS—$10
By the A SMM mted Tres*
Berlin. April 2. An investigation or the can© of Capt. Charles Fryatt, of the British Mercantile Marine, who [ was executed by Germans in .lune,
11* 16, after conviction by a Herman courtmartial of having attempted to]
Bv the A''Mi* Press
PARIS, April 2. Consideration of the question of reparations and disposition of the Rhine Valley was continued by the councilor four, comprising President Wilson ajid the premiers of France, Great Urit-
courtmartial of having attempted to ajQ and italy, when the session was ram with his ship the German sub- i regume(j today. It is understood to
I marine U-33. was begun today by the
oday by the be probabie that at least three days national courtmartial. Represent- wU, be occl,pied with these subjects.
Anti! attend- i .__
lives of various go\ernments attend I' ed and a large number of witnesses, including Capt. Darner of the U-33,
• ppeared before the examination. ’ I* Statements in which Fryatt explain-♦*d *hat he tried to avoid the submarine and statements of several British officers were read together with British and American notes to pro-tot crams* tho courtmartial s decision.
CHICAGO RE-ELECTS WM. H. I
FIGURED Georgette, Foulard
and C repe-de-cnine
Appear in hew Frocks
The styles are so unusual that no one would expect to find the price so low. The new trimmings and the new lines mark these out-of-the-ordinary. You will find the best colors tor this season in these new dresses.
Up to $49.50
WALTON MAYOR OE OKLAHOMA Cill
UH MV IHM I DI C«l PAULA AND RANK OF 4’AITA IN IN ITAL-IAN ARMY.
Word bas just reached Ada Dial Arden L, Bulloc k, former county at-, •orney of this county, has been
That’s what we do for a li*-We can make prettier e prettiest and make pretty •horniest.
Phone an appointment.
aw ariled th** t’roci di Guerra, the highest honor bestowed upon members oi he Italian army. This dis- * tiuguished honor was conferred upon him tor braver} in conducting a posts j di i es tora under shell tire during the italian offensive just prior to J the signing of the armistice. Ile was also given the honorary rank of captain in tlit* Italian army.
The citation tor distinguished self-j vice war signtsi bv the present minister of war for Italy and the medal was presented by some one of the din* ting Pished officers of the army.
Mr. Bullock left Ada la-t summei and enlisted in overseas Y. M. C. A. work. He was assigned to duty with the Italian army on his arrival in France and spent his *>ntire time of service with that army. Since the armistice he has been sent to several places, climbing the Alps and undergoing many hardships.
So far as can bd learned this is the only cross of honor to be received by any one from Pontotoc county. While the work of a I. M. C. A. officer is oftentimes back of the lines, many cl the officers were on duty rn n* the trout trenches.
OKLAHOMA CITY. April 2. ,
Democracy steam-rolled its way through Oklahoma City yesterday, elected J C Walton mayor by 1,0X9 votes, returned Mike Donelly to the office of accounts and finance by a plurality of 3.000 votes aud made a favorite son of Joe Paterson by lifting him into the chair of commissioner of public property by a plurality of 5,000 votes, leading the ticket by more than a thousand
But the amazing victor} of LU-g« ne Wells, who nosed Chaa. W Gunter out in the fierce contest for office of school treasurer bv -sn votes, the democrats would have made a clean sweep of the elect ion Wells was the only republican to be elected to a city office.
Voters expressed their attitude toward the schools again iii a decided fashion, passing the extra millage Slew to maintain the schools during the present veal by a five to one vote The figures were: For the
lew, against, 3.963.
i IU itir Associated Pres*
CHICAGO, April 2. Complete returns from yesterday’s municipal elections showed W ilium Hale Thompson re-elected mayor for a four-year term over Robert M. S wet tier, democrat, by a plurality of 17,600, and that the city voted wet by a majority of 247,22$.
Four years ago Thompson defeat*^ Sweitier by a pluarity of more than 147,000. This time six candidates were in the Geld Of these States Attorney Maelay Hoyne ran as an independent democrat and ran next to Swelter. The labor party was fourth and the socialist nominee ran fifth.
Sweiner and Hoyne made I homp-son’s war attitude an issue and crit irised severely bis alleged prober-man leanings.
Do not fail to see our line of new Hats which ate on display our millinery department. Hats for every oeeasktn
New Spring Dry Goods Special
Voiles, Ginghams and Dawns just arrived which we are offer at a special price. Good patterns.
Come aud see these for yourself, for you can save money.
Values up to 35c yard.
SOLDIER EIECIED MAYOR OE DALLAS
Established in IMM
DABBAS. Texas. April 2 t aptain Frank W. Wonencraft, lawyer, 26
of the High School Track team
/■ el r,titbit bl ites Tuesday. Kerr made an excellent
years old. late of j record last season when he played
army in service in tram*, wa* center on High School basketball
,.d mayor of Dallas y-terday de-.center ^on ^g ^ ^ g A. T. C
feat tug the Hon. Joe r. IAWint?r’ footbaU team. In the Count* Track
present mayor oity I meet last year he got first place
Captain Hal Moaeley, tot im r in*
ll s ATHLETIC NOTES. handicapped due to tile lark of
Aubrey* loTr waa elected captain equipment However, with the ar-
engineer, but now serving in United States army in France, elected street commissioner.
('aptam U K. McGee, wholesale.
in the pole vault, shot-put and discus, and second in the one-hundred dash. In the District meet of last season he got second in the shot
....., Bros I and third in the discus. Kerr’s]and J. B. Hill
advertising manager of, ganger ^ros. Qf frack .ispirantg has been good
Cloudy is the way th** weather man leads the signs for Thursday
All vegetable platit> cash. Ada
sit- Oivill* Snead, secretary of Hie]
> Red Cross, is in receipt of a wire] from Mrs. Stephens of St. Louis.
! chairman «»r the nursing bureau, to J th effect that a nurse has been up I pointed for Pontotoc county who will — \« t rec instructions to all women on the home care of the sick. Mrs.
! Snead asks that all ladies interested * send tier their names at once so that classes may be organized as soon
Thi*- is a peace activity ot tin* Keo ( io— which will devote attention to home relief. While the local chap tot could require a fee for the course inst ruction, none will be asked, cnorse being made free as a maik appreciation for the good work by the women of Pontotoc eouti-duiing th** stress of war.
and also late »>* ">•' United Sl . army. •>» elected police commis-
'°F ii Keppert ami Fred Appel.,
prominent retired b,iai,,e* “fA were elected finance comnitaeiontr and water commissioner respec 1
Tile successful candidates wet» , nominees of both the Cittern,' asso-I elation and the democratic party md they defeated the nominees of. ft. , ....... ament Association
Mi bv Mayor 1-awther. and those of the labor party, led by door** J
Th*1 returns at this horn a
;t.»Hon both .heI.e1;1ocra.ic; I and citiwns tickets *95. total for | Wosenrraft 5.025. lh**}
Lawthor 4.014 and for 159
rival of the new equipment this week and with extremely hard work Ada is expecting to make a fair showing iii the District meet.
Attended Stock Sale.
Among those going to Shawnee yesterday to attend the registered stock sale were R. L. M-oGuyre, Bruno Meyer. R. F. Wilbourn, L. L Dillard, Jap Lillard. G. W. Jackson The stock brought
Here these records—you are welcome here
“ “ $1,941
“Blue Danube Waltz’’------------------ ' $1,941
“Sing Me to Sleep”..- ------------ ---------$1.941
"My Ok! Kentucky Home---------------- $1.50
“Last Rose of Summer----------------1-JI________$1.90
TICKET BOARD TODAY AFTER ONE
qntfin <S- Mays Drug Co.
AN NITTY IT ND PROVIDED
MMC 41KLAH4KMA TKA!’HERS
OKLAHOMA CITY, April 2-Teachers of th** state who have been actively **ngaged in their work for a period of twenty years will receive. an annuity, according to provisions of senate bill 266. The pension begins for men and women alike at twenty i years of service at $350 a year, but changed at twenty-five years for women and thirty years for men. Aft-vr that. with women teachers twenty-five years’ service and men thirty receive $600 a year; women, twenty-«i xand men thirty-one. $620; women twenty-seven and men thirty-two, $640; women twenty-eight nod men thirty-three. $660; women twenty-nine and men thirty-four. 680;.women thirty and men thirty-five, $700.
A retirement and disability fund is ll established by assession teachers I ‘ per cent of that salary. This includes all county superintendents and teachers. A board of trustees is composed of the state superintendent and state treasurer, and three other members appointed by tho gov-I ernor.
IN MILWAUKEE CO.
Bv I h<* Associated Press
MILWAUKEE, April 2. Soci?f" juts in Milwaukee county were teated in the judicial elections yes-terday by majorities ranging from 2,400 to 13,000. In the state a number of cities voted from <jr> 1 wet. including Madison, Deloit. Su perior, Stroughton and Ashland.
McALKSTKK von* volt
4ITX’ MANAGER l*X>RM
MCALESTER. Ok., April 2 —McAlester voters decided by a large majority to institute the city manager form of government here. J. M. Gannaway and Walter Drover (Dem#.) were elected city commissioners and will serve about three months be-! fore the new form of government la I put into effect.
New Georgette Blouses
SPECIALLY PRICED AT
Blouses of Georgette, in newest styles. This lot, specially priced, offers a timely opportunity. The new sleeve styles, the new collar effects, there are beaded and lace-trimmed inodes—and those with beautiful embroider', in flesh, maze, tea rose, white, billette and navy.
SEE THEM TODAY!
Th** item in Tuesday’s paper from the ladies cleanup membership cam-I paign committee regarding the donation of advertising space by Ada merchants should have mentioned Stevens-Wilson Co. as one of the number.
I have two homes which I will sell reasonably. Reason for selling, other investments. I would take a good car as part payment. Phone 701.
Heath of Mr*. Maxwell.
The remains of Mrs. Frances A. Maxwell, who died at 2:30 o’clock on the morning of March 31st at Her home on West 15th street, were shipped to Lehigh this morning for interment. She leaves seven children and a husband to mourn her loss
Fleet Cooper’s automobile laundry now open. Cars laundred $1.00. Fleet Cooper garage service first. 3-31-61
The Surprise Store
J15-117 West Main St.
;• Phone UT