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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma (L\)t Uba Cbentng VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 24 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL IO, 1919 tim «• .’MUMM TWO CENTS THE COPY J Ii \ C \ c ►©♦*« « Easter Styles in Clothing YOUELL like them when you see them; they have a different air; a dress-up look, the fabrics are new and lively. You’ll make no mistake if you come here for your clothes. They are made bv— Hart Schaffner & Marx The styles are right; the fabrics all-wool. Waist-seam models ready for you; many style variations in pockets, lapels, collars. Good ones, too, in one and two-button sacks; all sizes. Prices $25 to $50 Furnishings that are new—to complete your outiit th**Tv are new hats, shirrs and neckwear in new colorings and fab:irs, shoes, hosiery, whatever you need. Let us know. sim sir good progress goy. CAI I tom;! ITSON OKOLI NKS TO I. Kl.NOTION TO VOTH OX proposed rn asok. WILSON ruaslJ) WITH WORK; I AI) BELIEVED ALMOST IN SIGHT. ONN Kl LL NO ANO POI/It SHIU-OISLV IN.ll UNO; SNV NU Al. HOUSES WREAKED. J. IL A. Robertson declined' the A*mo< ia?«u Prr<i all election In tho three-mile J WASHINGTON, April IO. on the eastern end dent Wilson is “hammering —Presi-ahead" and has made “good progress” in his negotiations in Paris, according to advices received early today at the White House. The tone of the note is the most optimistic that has come from him and is taken to indicate Prom the best information obtain-! a tile. the cyclone which passed near, Jesse Wednesday morning about 2 j o’clock, originated near Bromide,! blowing down the Jackson school; house northwest of that place. The! .’next report from t hie home of W. [ S. Duty, three miles south of Jesse, I in which there were nine people! to dat*- and is tauten to indicate j when it was destroyed. It was a that the main points of difference, two-room log house. The only one ar.* virtually solved and that the re- hurt here was Mrs. Duty who was mammy details of shaping the peace slightly injured. Gov, to call strip of territory Of Garv.n county for the purpose of voting on the question of joining Pontotoc County at the hearing Wednesday afternoon, according to information brought back by Hon. Luther Harrison. The petition asking for the    eleciion was signed by 2 4.'! Aoters,    but there    was another petition signed by 310 protesting against the calling of the election. Governor Robertson took the posi- treaty will be speedily disposed of. About half a mile from the Duty tion that it would be useless to call    -    ---    place the home of Ed Reed was! the election In view' of the showing    wrecked.    At this place Mrs. Jane of the two    sides.    T|I|I|A|1A    A|||ll,,l*    ‘Lamkin,    an    Indian    woman,    was! Mr. Harrison says there were    I    U|||||J%    11 ll |L»    I    !    killed    and    her    son    seriously    injured-! more citizens ot Stratford iii Okla-    Ill|||||    -A    111111    I    ’Her    two    months    old    infant    escaped* boma City    protesting    against the    IIIUl/IU    UUU. I    injury.    Mr.    Reed’s    family    was    vis-] calling of the election than there    %    iting    at Pontotoc and he himself1 were favoring it. Mr. Harrison was    11111X111111    I 11111*1 !ook    refu^ in *h» storm cellar, the only citizen    of    Ada    present    at    I lf A I    11 EJ ll ll MI L 1    Mrs. Lamkin and children left their! the hearing and    he    took    no part    in    Hill I    11 ll ll rl ll III I    borne and went to his house for the discussion.    MVV I    wlliJilllwl»|    refuge when the storm appeared. This ends, tor the time being at    Their home was not hit. least, the prospect for the addition    Mrs.    Josephine Collins and her of this territory of 4;» square miles »SS|\ vritikFlN I NOK it roN-is,,n were both badly injured and to Pontotoc County, rile citizens oi j TIMM • MITT! I NItl ST IN    Jack I^ack was blown about IOO Ada and Pontotoc County have    “ SAXONY "    yards and seriously injured. All the taken no part in the controversy    *    injured ones were taken to Stone- whatsoever. except to extend to the    ----- wau for medical attention. citizens of this strip an urgent in-^    j    Southeast    of    Jesse    the    homes    and yit&tion to come in and assure them    by the AssocisKd Fress    barns of J. ll. Bookout and    H. H.j a hearty welcome if they desired tot BERLIN, April IO. Government J yfoss were blown to pieces, but hoi join this county. The move was be- troops are reported to have entered : one was seriously hurt. Mr. Book-i gun by citizens of the strip and Essen aud to have occupied the ont# i0»t 300 bushels of oats and’ pushed by them. While for the    Krupp glin    plant which, according, 8ome    hay    which    the    wind    scattered.! time being the territory wall remain J to previous advices, had been seized. ^jr Moss’s garage was wrecked and j in Garvin county, it is the general! bv Essen strikers. The troops post-, his new car carried out to an ad-! belief here that sooner or later the eel artillery and machine guns ut I joining; field. strip w ill vote itself into Pontotoc.{the plant entrances and two-thirds]    storm is reported to have va-J There are several reasons for this, ut the workers resumed their labors, j ,.jetj jn width from fifty yards to belief, residents of Ada contend.! Much unrest is reported from a quarter of a mile. The last place! One is that there is good railroad    Saxony where communists iii the1 service between Stratford and Ada,I southwestern part of the state have permitting the citizens to come over] issued a demand that Saxony Ik* on the train and go back with little ! made a soviet republic. A large inconvenience. Another is the fact J proportion of the Saxon miners have that good roads lead from all parts struck of the strip to Ada. Whether they    Bavaria    Friendly to Russia. become citizens of Pontotoc is a!    BERLIN,    April I#. —»Diplomatic Th, aster Nearness of SUGGESTS THE SELECTION OF YOUR EASTER FOOTWEAR New Oxfords and Pumps -For men, Women and Children in the season’s most popular styles of the best leathers and workmanship, at. prices below the market. We have them in Black Kid and Patent, Brown. Gray and White Kid and Canvass. Ladies’ Low Shoes $1.50 to $10 Children’s Low Shoes $1.25 to $3.50 Nettleton Shoes for Gentlemen Men’s Low Shoes, $3.50 to $12 matter, however, for the citizens of J relations have been established befile atrip themselves to work out.; tween the Russia and Bavarian When they get ready to come in.! soviet governments, according to the they will be given a hearty welcome. I newspaper Zewolfuhrblatt. J reported struck was Paul Harrell’s I house near Debs school house In I Coal county, some fifteen or twenty miles from the starting point. The ! house was blown from its blocks, (but no one hurt. j A terrific rain is reported by persons from Jesse, considerable dam- DRESS UP WEEK This is a national event and this store is at your disposal. To make your choice more complete we have secured special creations in MAYER BROS & SCHLOSS BROS. (HAND TAILORED) CLOTHES SNAPPY, LP-TO-DATE MODELS, EMBODYING THE LATEST FEATURES IN STYLE AND GRACE. MAYER SUITS St5 to $34.50 SCHLOSS SITTS $24.50 to 39.50 HIGH GRADE SUITS FOR THE BOYS AT POPULAR PRICES. 5. Af. SHAW. PROP. I. Ma bilobed In IMI AOA, OKLA. all. i lf they do not come in at they will be looked upon aa a of the trade territory of Ada can get anything they want from the business men here say. Ada. Soviet Republic Proclaimed. part( LONDON. April IO.- The proela-j and maline of a soviet republic in Salz-i berg. German Austria, 1s reported in an Amsterdam dispatch today to! the Central News. Salzberg is near the Bavarian border. age resulting from this and the overflowed creeks. LATER—Jack Lack died at noon today from injuries received when the Reed house was wrecked. The other injured ones were reported doing very well at that hour. ADH HIGH SCHOOL FIELD BAY TOMORROW AMERICANS DECLARE WAR OYER HESITATE TO RETURN TO BATTLE. HI ll El I DMD USI attended by citizens at the city afternoon, the Home Youi water rent for March is now due and becomes delinquent after th * Doh inst Service will be discontinued on the lith and it will positively cost $1.00 to have t!»»* water turned on. P. H. DEAL, 4-7-4!    rum    Pub.    Works. KSM IOU NORTH TEN AS WD SOUTH OK. LAHOMA COUNTIES THE SIH I BERS. Some people have luck — others have Kelly-Sprin afield Tires. The trouble with luck you can’t depend on it. Fleet Cooper. Service First. 4-10-fit. Dependable Battery Service Prompt and Efficient. ADA BATTERY GO., af Fleet Cooper Garage. 4-10-9t. Making Faces TliatV what we do for a liv-ing. We can make prettier the prettiest and make pretty the hornHewt. Phone an appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE it I DALLAS, Texas. April lo. One hundred known dead had been listed as victims of the tornado which yesterday struck northern Texas, southern Oklahoma and parts of Arkansas when order began to be reached early today. The injured are expected to number several hundred. Property damage, while it will In* many thousands, will not be as high as first expected, owing to the fact that the storm kept clear of tim larger towns. The counties most seriously damaged were Grayson, Fannin. Hunt. VanZandt, Wichita, Collin. Camp, and Ti ais in Texas and Bryan. Cotton and Pontotoc in Oklahoma. Oil fields suffered thousands in damage iii wrecked derricks and machinery. Storm Shift* to Iowa. WASHINGTON, April IO. -The southwestern disturbance which in passing over Texas and Oklahoma Tuesday night and Wednesday morning caused heavy loss of lire aud property damage, was central over Iowa today with increasing intensity. according to the weather bureau. iih*» ting well representative hall yesterday Building and Loan Association of Ada. Oklahoma, began to take on a tangible form. A board of directors was elected. composed of ll. W. Simpson. M. R. Chilcutt. VY. II. Ebey, P. A. Norris, M. C. Wilson. C. C. Handle, U. J. McFarland. R. E. Blanks and C. H. Rives. The capital of the company was fixed at $250.o(»0.OO. shares $100.00 each. There will be* no commissions paid tor selling this stock. Every dollar derived therefrom will be de*voted to the* concern, that of helping to finance home-building in Ada. Stock will he' offere*d for sale* within the next day or two, and it is believed that every dollar’s worth of stock placed on the market will he taken by home people. The organization of the association will be completed at once and a charter applied for. The directors met this morning and the following subscribed for the number of shares designated R. W. Simpson . . P. A. Norris..... €. H. Rives.. __ . Clyde C. Handel. . S. M. Shaw..... John P. McKinley. W. IL Ebey..... Tom King....... R. E. Blanks.    . .... 25 F. J. McFarland............. 35 M. C. Wilson..............25 H. W. Wells. .     .......... 25 This makes a total of $48,500 out of a total capitalization of $250,000. REPORTED PEAN TO SUBMIT TERMS BEFORE COUNCIL SEES THEM. Bs tin1 Ahsociatcd Press PARIS, April IO. Publication in Paris todav oT a statement attribut-ed *0 British sources to the effect thai the t« r j * * j- of the peace treaty would no be presented to the plenary session of the peace conference until alter thev had been coiuiuuni rated to the Germans caused comment among delegates of nations not represented in the Cluncil of four. The publication brought front * bt American mission a statement that it wa* opposed to such plan. TI EES CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE WOULD BE SERIOUS OBSTACLE. Sarsaparilla Tonic A Reliable Tonic and Aid to Digestion. Renews the appetite and exerts a Freshening influence on the entire system. PURIFIES THE BLOOD Especially recommended for those who are languid and run down as a result of Overwork. Mental Fatigue, and Exhausting disease like the Flu. PINTS, $1.00 REXALL REMEDIES Cutin <S    -MaysDrug Co. HEAVY SNOW IN TEXAS PANHANDLE AMARILLO, Tex., April HU— Traffic is practically at a standstill following a snow* storm which began late last night. Over ten Inches have fallen and no sign of abatement is indicated. Wire service, including electric lights and railroad service, are handicapped. The snowfall over the Panhandle is apparently general. Little damage will result to crops, it is thought, although cattlemen may suffer considerable losses. Notice to tile Public. All parties are forbidden to enter the grounds of the Fair Association north of Ada without a written order from the manager. This aplies to everybody. So take notice and avoid prosecution for trespassing. PONTOTOC COUNTY FAIR AND BREEDERS, ASSOCIATION. O. N. Walker, Manager. 4-7-6td-ltw. Attention, O. E. S. Regular meeting of Eastern Star Chapter No. 78, Thursday night. There will be an initiation. All members and officers are requested to be present. Esther Wood, Sec’y. 4-1 0-11. Adding machine paper in stock!1.— Ada News. \    4-9-31* i lt> tin Associated Pres* SACRAMENTO, Calif , April IO.— Int reduction of anti-Japanese legislate rn the California legislature would be “« xtremely unfortunate at this time,” said Robert Lansing, secretary of state, in a cablegram to the state senate, receiveo today. Secretary Lansing’s message was in reply to a cablegram recently sent to paris by the California legislature asking if a discussion of Japanese legislation at the present time would embarrass American peace delegates at their deliberations. The Lansing cablegram was read when a rule was called up denying a certain senator permission to introduce a bill prohibiting Japanese from leasing agricultural lands in California. A Serious Accident. Miss Mollie Baker in surmounting a ladder leading to the roof of Jim Couch’s residence which he was painting suddenly let her foot slip or became intoxicated with the etherial regions and fell to the ground. As a consequence she is suffering today from a sprained ankle. We hope to see Mollie at her post of duty again soon. But we would offer as a friendly suggestion that in the future when on seeking higher regions not to risk the ladder route—get an aeroplane! The Ada High School, unde? the! auspices of the ll. S. V. U. S. boys, conduct their Field Day April lith, beginning with a tennis tourna-i meat at 8; 30 o'clock and closing; the field and track events with wall scaling and company drill. Any high school lad may enter in any) event he so desires on Field Day. : The following is a list of tile! names of the boys who will take part in ihe Field Day events and who will also be entered in the! District Meet in the various events I specified below: UNL Yard Dash — Webb Riddle,! 5 Harvey Neely, Bonn Evans. Guy ■ On. 220- Yard Dash — John Baker.] Webb Riddle, Dona Evans, Harvey* much I IO-Yard Dash    Donn    Evans.; Travis Kerr, Roland Roquemore, j John Baker. KHO-Yard Rim — Roland Roque-more, Travis Kerr, Julius Weston,! Judson West, John Baker. Al Ile* Run — Travis Kerr, Julius] Weston, Judson West. Roland Ro-j quemore. Low lim dies Aubrey Kerr, Har-j dy Roach, Webb Riddle, Harvey] Neely. High Hurdles — Hardy Roach.! Harvey Neely, Aubrey Kerr. High Jump Julian Allen. Charles | Cunning, Guy Orr, Harvey Neely. Broad Jump — Hardy Roach. I Webb Riddle, Guy Orr, Charles Gun-i ning. Role Vault — Julian Allen Travis; Kerr, Charles Cunning. Shot lilt — Aubrey Kerr. Hardy! Roach, William Crawford. Javelin — Hardy Roach, Audrey! Kerr, Travis Kerr, William Craw-! ford. Discus - William Crawford, Aubrey Kerr, Travis Kerr. Harry Scheinberg makes the following statement in regard to the District Meet:    “We have been working hard at the High School, having had more advantages this year than any previous year in the way of equipment and interest. But the people of Ada must not expect too much from a team as young and inexperienced as that which represents the Ada High School. The boys are giving the best they possibly can, and although we are not counting on winning the District Meet, we know the Ada boys will make some school hustle for the honors. With the experience of this year and with the present neucleus Ada can expect to have a championship team for next year. We w’ould like very much to have a large crowd out to root for Ada boys." I By th* Associated Press I LONDON, April 3 0.    - Violent j fighting has taken place between ] Hungarians and Czechs at Ungavar, 1 near the Moravian-Hungarian border. says a Central News dispatch from Amsterdam today. One hundred and fifty Hungarians were killed. The Czechs also suffered * considerable losses. A “system regulator’’ is a medl ey the Associated Press ARCHANEL, April IO.— A company of American triops recently 1 showed some hesitation at returning] to the lighting front south of Arch-] vine that purities and strengthens the angel, declaring the war with Ger- liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, many was over and that the United i Prickley Ash Bitters is one the best States was not at war w ith the Bol- of these. It drives out unhealthy conditions. promotes activity of body sheviki. The regimental commander in a speech said they were fighting a desperate defensive battle and appealed to them to stick it out. The' company then left for the front. and brain, restores good appetite. round sleep and cheerful spirits. Gwin & Mays Drug Co, special Agents. Price $1.00 per Bottle. Dependable Battery S e r v I c e— Prompt and Efficient. ADA BATTERY CO., at Fleet Cooper Garage. 4-10-91. I take pleasure in announcing to my friends that I have accepted a position as salesman for the Ada Music Co., I shall be glad to talk with you with reference to equipping your home with music.—Mr. Will Schrieber.    4-9-2t I Some people have luck — others have Kelly-Springfield Tires. The trouble with luck—you can’t depend on it. Fleet Cooper, Service First. 4-10-9t. EASTER SPECIALS! Capes, Coats and Suits POIRET TWILLS, SERGES AND TRICOTINES 12 Women’s    Suits, $29.50 to $50.00,    at—_$24.75 2 Women’s    Capes, $50, at_____________$24.75 ll Capes and Coats, $20 to $35.00, at____$14.50 I Woman’s    Coat, $37.50, at____________$24.75 REMARKABLE VALUES, WE ASSURE YOU The Surprise Store Established 1903 ; J 1.5-117'West Main St. NfPHone 117 ;