Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919
TWO CENTS THE COPY
To the woman who lias hei Dresses matte up ai home, toil fine assortment of Silks and Colton Fabrics s sure to make a strong appeal.
QU It ¥TOITl A I?DQ Beautiful patterns on dark and 01X4.1%. X "kJ Xrf/wIVIXO light grounds. especially in favor
this season. Priced- Of- TO dm ^r
per yard ...___________ — — - <£>£«/ O
C*l?4YI.?/’'1 L'T'T'L' Fine assortment ot plain colors as well
jjlliUKurliil IU. ap exquisite Ai ——TO
>r! iiteii georgette, at _______ VI*/ O • OU
COTTON GOODS “■
and plain colors. Per •'a rd ____________________________
Fine assortment of Laces. Buttons. Heads and Braid for trimmings.
HOM It EX PILOSI ON ANI) GENER- HA VA IMAN MUDDLE IS NOT AL SHtHVTINM IN MASSACHI - ( LEAIIKI) VCT; GOVERN MENT
SETTS UTA’. MOVES HEADQUARTERS.
By t lie A.«. social rd Press
LAWRENCE, Mass., April 7. Rioting marked by promiscous shooting by strike sympathizers and police opened the tenth week of , the textile strike here today a few hours after the city had been stirred by a bomb explosion in a tenement house iii the same neighborhood. Early reports indicated that no one was injured by the shooting, although several rioter* and police wert* injured by sticks, stones and dubs.
litSPOUTED HOI .SH KA IHI MOY KILN VI FAT IN III NM AHY DRIVEN FROM POWER.
lh the Associated I ress
VIENNA. April 7 The communist government in Hungary, set up recently at Budapest, has been overthrown, according to rumors current in official circles, newspapers here say.
Bela Kim, the foreign minister under the new regime, is reported to have been assassinated. Details of the reported successful uprising are larking and reports do not say whether I he revolution in Budapest was organized by the socialists or the Bourgeois party.
By the A •"■*>* lated Pre>s
PARIS, April 7. President Wil->oa’s condition was improved this morning, but by direction of Rear Admiral Grayson the president will remain in Isis room today attending no meetings. Apparently the president’s cold is in the last stages of the wearing off process aud he hopes to resume work Tuesday.
SI 00,000 EIRE AT RANGER. TEXAS
FT WORTH. April 7 The Heart oi Ranger, built over night when ; tile tel boom hit here a year ago, was destroyed by tire at midnight Sunday but the lo.-s will not exceed $ DMM'OO as the buildings were all I frame and this morning are already in I course of,being replaced.
The tire originated in a bakery back o’f the Wilson hotel and swept over two blocks. One man was seriously injured. Among the places destroy* d was ihe Oklahoma eating house famous among oil boomers, established by a woman and her daughter, and sold recently for $40,000.
FIELD SEW ’RETA BY OF
ANTl-SAMXLN KEADLE IN ADA
0000 PROGRESS IN CLEANUP CAMPAIGN
Good progress is being made in all parts of the city in the clean-up campaign, especially in the back aile) s. it will clone officially Friday and then if any are found who have not cleaned up voluntarily, the city will take a hand. The judges will make a round of inspection in a few days and check up all property and will make a round once a mouth until fall. The prizes offered by the Chamber of Commerce will bi* announced at the final close of the Campaign. Alleys. gardens and yards will all come under the eyes of the judges.
The total number enrolled as members of the auxiliary is around 1.20b. probably above that figure, all pledged to the work
OMAHA SWEPT BT SEVERE TORNADO
By the Associated Free*
NUREMBERG, Bavaria. April < The Bavarian National conference of social democrats here has voted 4 2to K against the Introduction of a soviet republic in Bavaria.
BERLIN. April 7.—The Bavarian government has decided to leave Munich and establish itself provisionally at Bamberg, according to I advices from the latter city.
SUPT. FIOVD EXPLAINS TRACI MEET SITUATION
(Bv Slipt. A. Floyd.)
In February the Committee on
County Athletics met and fixed the; date for the County Track Meet and designated the place to hold said! meeting. They designated Roff,! Oklahoma, on the lith and 12th cfi April as the place and time for the meeting. This was announced and j the rules and regulations were printed for the meet and that no
change of date has been made by
the committee or any one else since it was first announced.
As there were so many different j meets to be held at Ada this spring,; and as Roff invited them to bring ihe meet to their town, and promised i to furnish lodging free to all who; attended, the committee thought ad-J visa hie to hold the literary events;
and track meet at Roff and the^
Basketball tournament of the boys! and girls at Ada. This tournament was held ihe first of March at Ada1 and the second one will he held on j the lith and 12th of April at Roff.1
We feel that we will have one*
Of the best meets that was ever, held iii the county and we also feel) like. as the boys and girls of
the i ural districts and of the;
mu I thor in g towns have been very loyal to these meetings which have| been held annually at Ada for sev-1 eral years, that the Ada schools as Wi ll .is nil other schools, should give their hearty support to this meet at Roff.
AT TRE PLAT HOUSES
Ti i Bobby Greer Musical Comedy Co will begin an engagement this evening with a strong organization ol s * ii m* i s .dancers, comedians, beauty chorus and Harmony Quartet. Tin picture program presents the westei n drama, The Pretender.
Another thrilling and exciting episode of The Lighting Raiders with Pea-1 White in the lead. Besides this two comedies will be presented as follows: “Look Out Below and Jazz and Jail Birds Coming tomorrow: Creaking Stairs
RETREATING AIT Kit HEAVY RE VERSES AND MUTINY OF OWN TROOPS.
By tin* Associated Tress ‘STOCKHOLM, April 7.—The bolshevik forces that undertook the conquest of Lithuania, have apparently given up their plans after suffering heavy reverses. They are now withdrawing from northern Lithuania after severe fighting and heavy losses. Bolshevik soldiers broke out in open mutiny at several places, according to an official statement fro mthe Lithuanian press bureau at Kovno.
DERMAN AUSTRIA REPORTED ON BRINK OE BOLSHEVIK! REVOLUTION.
By Hie Associated Presa
WASHINGTON, April 7.— Advices reaching the state department today indirectly from Vienna said a communistic revolution, similar to that in Hungary, appeared imminent in German Austria,
The bolsheviki of Russia and Hungary have been busy with their propaganda in Austria and the general unrest of the people have been the causes of considerable uneasiness.
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Now On Display!
Properly Draped and Well-Made Dresses
Every woman knows the difficulty in making a good fitting dress, that hangs gracefully—and looks finished and smart.
And they would thoroughly appreciate the beautiful, effective styles we are showing.
The season’s popular materials are shown in colors and trimming combinations of embroidery, tucks and frills are most effectively used.
$34.50 T0 $49.50
Visit our Ready-to-Wear Department and make your selection before our stocks are broken up.
Up-to-date Millinery-Hats for every occasion.
-the latest creations in
S.M SHAW. prop.
l.Ntiihlbhcd In IOSSI
To enable citizens of Ada to build rapidly and to relieve the money situation as much as possible, a building a.id loan association is being organized and will begin operations within sixty days, it will be under the niunacem ut of John P. McKinley and cap’ L. D. Abney.
The association plans to loan mon-♦ v to builders on as easy terms as the best companies now in the field and charge no extra commissions. It will be conducted on a very economical basis and no salaries paid except for work actually necessary in the conduct of business.
Many of the leading business men of the city will be associated with the above gentlemen and it will have ample backing to insure its solidity for the beginning.
IGHT MURDER SCHORE OE MAN ANO WIFE IO SE REEB TUESDAY
! By the Associated Press
CHICAGO, April 7.- While they I four children wrere asleep. Samuel I Mareno and his wife were killed in ; their home in Hammond, Ind., at mid night last night in the room where* Thomas Canto was shot to death week ago. Mareno was killed b> a revolver bullet while his wife’s head was cut off with a razor. The children could tell nothing of the crime.
Your water rent for March is now due and becomes delinquent after the 10th inst.
Service will be discontinued on the > lith and it will positively cost $1.00 ! to have the water turned on.
P. H. DEAL.
4-7-41 Com. Pub. Works.
Let a Want Ad get It for you.
That’s what we do for a living We can make prettier the prettiest and make pretty the homliest.
Phone an appointment.
Carl E. Houchins, Field Secretary of tee Aitti-Saloon League of Collun-; bus. Ohio. addressed the junior and senior classes oi the High school this morning at ll :30 o’clock. Mr. Houchins lias recently returned from overseas and brings us many interesting stories of the war.
In his lecture this morning he I held the pupils spell bound for fifty J minutes! while he related in a plain simple manner the story of the battle of Chateau-Thierry in the Argonne Forest in which he participated. Mr. Ifouchin has two brothers who are! sleeping bt neath the poppies in Flanders fields.
Positively no pasturing and no staking ground this*year.~ Mrs. Dan Hays. 4 - 7 - 21
“Earliest of AIT’ Tomato plantsl now ready. As name indicates they are absolutely ahead of any on market. For early tomatoes see IL F. Stegall, ODC block northwest of Frisco depot. 4-7-61
By the Associated Tres*
OMAHA. Neb.. April 7. A tornado struck the western section of Omaha last night, injuring a score of persons aud destroying about thirty-five dwellings. As far as discovered. none was injured fatally.
One of the tlr<t white men and in nil ;>r. liability the first British subject to make his abode in territory comprised within the boundaries of the province of New Brunswick, Canada, was John Gyles, who was carried from the southern British colonics to the wilderness of the valley of the St. John river by marauding hands of Indians.
REI I I IL HY MISS
PEAR Ut RHY S Pl PILS
This eveniag'Miss Pearl Curry will present the following pupils in a recital at the First Baptist church: Mines T. H. Granger. A. T. Bog ga ii, O. D. Wright, Misses Clarice Cartwright. Dorothy Dundan, Caille Brown, Mildred Reed, Gervls Bills, Maria Cruz, and Lula Ingrain.
The public cordially invited. Admission free.
EEOYO-GEORGE NOT IN
PEACE CONFERENCE ! ADOPTS REPORT
PARIS. April 7. The peace conference commission on reparation and damage today adopted a provisional report upon various forms of damage and methods of valuation. The report was presented by tirst sub-committee of the commission.
Words Most in Use.
It is declared by a philologist that j nine words do one-fourth of the verbal work, and 34 words one-half. The nine most useful words tire: And. he,
have, It, of. the, to, will. you. The <4 more that, with these nine. do half our literary work are: About,
all. as, at, but, can, come, day, dear, for, get, go, bear. her. if, In. me, much, not, no, on. one, say, she. so. that, there, they, this, though, tim**, we, with, write, your.
( <)NORF*SSMAN McKKOW \
RECOVERED FROM ILLNESS
A Washington dispatch stjites that word has been received I. oui Congressman Tom I). McKeewit, vs ho has been in Panama since iii* adjournment of congress, that To hrs recovered and en route home. H was expected to arrive at New York I Saturday.
Au election will he held Tuesday on the question of issuing $50,000 cc bonds by the Ada school district for the p'i•■pore of erecting another vheol building. Tile polls will open : 1 *? . . . mid close at 7 p. in.
To th** Wide Awake Woman.
• til' you ha\e legistered or :. Hie* General Freeling’s new - you Ii.ive the privilege of voter tile school bonds Tuesday.
* lr st mothers who have children bool w ill not miss this oppor-. of “putting the big bond is-v r“ and those w-ho have no ♦*r humid he interested enough ,* welfare of your own home
to *.*lre advantage of this op-
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A COMBINATION OF PEPTONIZED IRON. MALT, MANGANESE AND COD LIVER
A Reconstructive Tonic and Aid for Enriching the Blood, Building the Strength and Improving the Health Generally.
A FINE AFTER “FLU” TONIC Per Pint, $1.25
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Ink Stains on Furniture.
'i a remove Ink stains from mahogany, rosewood or black walnut furniture. put half a dozen drops of spirits of iii I or Iii a spoonful of water and touch the stain with a feather wet with tin* mixture. As soon as the stain disappears, rub with a cloth dampened with cold water.
By I to* A ssticiM t «*d Pros*
WASHINGTON. April 7. Lord j Reading, British ambassador to the United States, authorized the statement today that suggestions that Premier Lloyd-George had advised I recognition of Lenine and Trotsky, i Russian Bolshevik leaders, were wholly unfounded.
Briflhicning a Room.
Th** yellow gleam of brass always J adds light to any dark nook and used j xv ii Ii dark furniture, is most artistic.
A pair of brills candlesticks on the j mantel, andirons before an open fire, i or even a brass Jardiniere for ferns, ! are all especially attractive In a dark room. *
Shakespeare Law Unto Himself.
A correspondent wonders how such a phrase as '‘piping time of peace” could originate. One might think It referred to the Indian’s pence pipe. but Shakespeare was rather unfamiliar with the customs of American aborigines. However, Shakespeare did what he pleased with English language.
Lieut. Frank Smigelsky, a former member of the Normal faculty, has returned from France and is now teaching in a high school at Brooklyn, N. Y. He entered the first officers’ training camp after war was declared /and was in the first class to graduate at Camp Pike. He was commissioned second lieutenant and was later promoted.
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
It poured vrtk rfcir\
tke otker d'e.y-
Completely spoiled my kre.r\d-r\ew Wet.
riisforturve melees vs
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I wonder wkei
In one evening we now see Id un* '’emollients of forthcoming attrite* 4N close-ups of the lending lady, ' he.e-ups of the lending man, 12 * ups « f a wonder child. 620 people « Ho automobiles, (V20 people get out automobiles, six eternal triangles, I mistreated wives, nine unnpprecl-i I husbands, eight poor girls mar-• ii m> lords, three murders, one hang-i-', U2 pies.—Film Fun.
Fair, is the weather forecast for Tuesday.
Ada Lodge No. 119, will meet promptly at 8 o'clock this evening. Work in the Fellowcraft degree.— Miles C. Grigsby, W. M.
Frequent bathing Is conducive to good health as well as comfort. It keeps the pores of the skin qjear, so that they can perform their proper function of clearing the system, through the skin, of excretions which are not discharged through the mouth, nos**, kidneys or alimentary canal. Rinse with cold water. A brisk rub after tin* bath promotes circulation of blood.
BUSY TIMES FOR
POLICE AND MAYOR
As a result of police activity the city treasury was several dollars to the good today when seven defendants, five of whom were negroes, were arraigned before Mayor Kitchens. The fines totaled $105.25 and the offenses ranged from choctaw beer, fighting and consorting to speeding, and the fines ranged from $34.75 for the choc to $8.75 for speeding.
Let a Want Ad get it for you.
-Many new ones for this season.
Stacy Adams and Ralstons
—Black and Browns, Kid and Kangeroo.
—The lasts show the latest changes.
—Fresh new half hose in popular colors.
The Surprise Store
JI5-1I7 West Main St.
' .Phone 111 y