Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
WIyt Hba Cbentng i^etos
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1919
TWO CENTS THE COPY.
Men and Women
Everybody will want to dress-up.
This year we feel that Easter is bringing a new birth to the world; time honored institutions and traditions have gone; new ideals of democracy have come. This same spirit has been carried over into clothes buying; it shows in the desire for new’styles, fresh fabrics — something finer and better than usual. •
These are the kind of clothes you'll find here, for ?>oth men and women—new styles, a variety to choose from—live ones and good values.
MAN* TOW NS HA VK RETORTED ATTEMPT TO STORM HOUSH OF VVOT VS IC A ISKI). (ONSTKTC- PARLIAMENT. SEVERAL
TI ON TO HFOIX SOON. WOUNDED.
m FLY HERE
ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1*ARA1>K ALMOST COMPLETE. MONSTER <114IWO TO BF HERK.
Tin Memorial Gateway at lh*1 Normal, to be erected in honor of the KCast Centra^ men why went to! war, is assured, according to information uiven out this morning
h\ President J. M. Gordon. Kona-!
wa bas already raised the part of the funds assigned lo it. The city of Coalgate has also gone over the top in great shape, most of the school children contributing a small amount. Pontotoc county has almost raised its quota .which was approximately half of the entire amount.
Mr, Gordon expects to have the construction of the gateway under way not later than the middle of May or the last of May at the very
latest. He hopes for *t be completed this summer. It is the plan
now to hold a celebration, dedicating the gateway and breaking the ground for the new building at the same time. With the great summer school in session, this can be made an occasion long to be remembered.
Mr. Gordon, as well as the other members of the faculty is delighted over the way the campaign to raise the funds for this memorial has
been received and handled.
By A»*o< iaT«d rr«*ss
VIENNA, April 18.—The bolshe-
viki situation reached a climax to-dux in an attack made oil the Austrian parliament building by a force of the sympathizers of the movement. The attempt was repulsed. however .and the storming party dispersed with a few wounded. The city in general is quiet.
si UPRISE LETTISH PITY WHEN FEW DEFFX BEUS WERE THERE.
IN FINE SHAPE
B,\ the Asm* lated IV*/**
COPENHAGEN, April is. German and Baltic troops have forcibly seized the city of Libau and overthrown the lettish government, according to advices received by the Lettish press bureau here. Lettish 'eserves in Libau were surprised bv •drong Gentian forces Wednesday, the Germans disarming and interning ! them. Irater the Germans arrested th** lettish minister of interior and f* vera! officials
The surprise was possible because .Lettish troops hail been sent to the (front w bile German-Baltic detachments had been brought back to Lilian The city is now held and pair oU*d by the Germans.
The great parade next Tuesday lo welcome the soldiers, sailors and marines home is creating interest all over the county. Reports indicate that the town will be full of citizens who want to honor those who have returned from war and also those w'ho are yet to come back. The parade is in charge of
(’apt. Cha*. Orr, Mrs. Blaine Gil
breath and O. N. Walker of the Chamber* of Commerce. The exact arrangement of the various parts of the parade have not yet been given out .but this will be announced either Saturday or Monday.
Hon. Lunier Harrison will make the principal address, and will welcome back home those who have
been *111 the service. The response will be given by Capt. Orr, who sawr service in France and won many promotions while in the army.
U. \V\ Simpson, chairman of the Victory Liberty Loan drive, announces that Lieut. Charlie C. Chauncey will likely fly here next week, the exact day not yet hav
ing been announced. The plane will be procured from Fort Sill, and Charlie will probably fly over every town in the county. This will be a great boost for the bonds, it is thought.
Lieut. Bostic Itoddie is sick at Caruthers Field, Fort Worth, and cannot conte to Alia to fly Tuesday as had lie* n desired.
PIR LM I X EX T MIX \ OLI XTEEIt; MECH ENTHUSIASM IX EVIDENCE RI ERV WH KRE.
JEWS MASSACRED BY UKRAINIANS
for Men and Boys
READY FOR THE LAST MINUTE RUSH
Where value reigns supreme and a fit assured. You will f jnd our line of suits the latest snappy models for this season of the latest materials. Suits for men of all ages and styles to become every individual. Superior in tailoring and distinctiveness that cannot be questioned.
MEN’S SUITS $20 to $39.50
BOYS’ SUITS $5 to $19.50
Easter Furnishings for Men
SILK SHIRTS -SILK TIES HOSE
•STETSON HATS VANITY HATS -CAPS
See Our Easter Display
S.M. SHAW. PROP.
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BK. KOLB IX SESSION. PLANNING TO BRING GERMANS TO TIME.
PART OF RAINBOW DIVISION SAITS
WASHINGTON. April 18— More than 4,500 officers and men of the
Forty-Sevoml i Rainbow) Division
April 27 and
Carolina aud York on the Th* units having sailed • inaners of
art best r* membered in photographs
Oui wmrk is as fine as skill can produce.
Win not have on** made now ? *
"■’ere included in troop/ announced by lh** War Department today as having sailed from France. The men are aboard four warships, the battleships Minnesota and South
Carolina, due at Newport News
the cruisers North
Montana, due at New
announced today *a.* include the head
ily Eighty-third Infantry Brigade, which is commanded i>> Brigadier General Frank M. Caldwell; the 167th Infantry, which wa.'* formerly th** Fourth Alabama 11.1 an tim; 'he 151st Machine Gun Butt. l «*n. originally composed of th!>*** companies of th** Second Georgia Infantry, and the 117th Signal Battalion, which, when it went overseas, was made up of Missouri troops.
the A/seciated l’resn i
OKLAHOMA CITY. April is.
I Special. 1 One-third of the conn-' tL*' Asweat* J l’r**ss
ties in the state will go over the top TARIS. April IS Detachments of
on Volunteer Day in the Victory Lib- J * he command of General Petlura, the erty Loan. according to advices re-1 Ukrainian peasant leader, have been reived this morning by N. R. Graham, carrying out excesses against Jews in state director. Galicia, according to information
“The stat** has never entered a caching til** Polish National Coni-campaign i ti better shape to go -mitt*** here. At Husiatyn and Fas-through in record time than for thejto' t i* declared that 2,500 Jews \ ictory Loan. Ail county chairmen w*ve killed and wounded. At Pap-aud workers are upon their toes and I l*h : k;». 250 were killer.
I axe already made rapid progress in --*—————
many parts of the state, refusing to wait until Monday to besin the work o! actual solicitation. In fact, it has become a one-day race iii Oklahoma and * xen tin* larger cities which usu-
MATTEO RT PRICE
Some people have luck others I. a vt K*d ly-Spr i n gf leld Tires The troute* with luck- you can’t depend on it Fie* t hooper. Service First. 4-1 0-Vt.
Let a Want Ad get it for you.
To all you youngsters attending the big Track
Meet we say one big word—
WELCOME to this store—the store where the spirit of youth prevails.
WELCOME to rest, to hear the music of the Superior Victrola. •
W ELCOME to ask the price of our Spalding Sporting Goods, examine them/ buy if you like, or leave them alone. It costs nothing to look. *
WELCOME to use our conveniences or to do anything else around here you wish.
Gwin &-Mays Drug Go.
ally require from two to four days tor permanent results, are aspiring to ’n on ors in this contest.”
Senator R. Davidson, who was one of the sponsors of the Robertson good roads plan in the last legisla-l twee, today xx ired ttie state director that he was at the service of the State Liberty Loan Committee and wotilci go to any part of the state to! which he was assigned on Monday and Tuesday.
S< miter IIH has also volunteered: his services. A few* of the speakers on either side have tailed to notify til* star* committee of their decision to take active part in the big loan drive.
Congressman Scott Ferris is speak-1 iiig from a tank to large crowds at !
The State Victory Loan Committee I today made formal complaint to the;
Tenth Federal Reserve Bank against! th** Western Union Telegraph sew- j ice. Delays of five hours and more J have been frequent in the delivery! of press dispatches to the daily news-i jur f,, n„. pap-'rs in Oklahoma and complaints filed locally have had but little effect.
Bf tti* Associated Press WASHINGTON, April
dent Wilson directed the industrial hoard cf the Department of Contin* i > • and Railroad Administration i« re- >p< ii the discussion of price stabilization and endeavor to find cornin* n ground on which to agre**. Th** "t< ident’s action is accepted gecer-.illy as meaning that Die policy of * I hii./.at ion of prices by agreed reductions from war levils w'ill be con-- Ider* d. *
Butterbean Is Meal.
A meal for ; whole family from one j bean is iHisdhlr now in California. The bean is culled flu* Guinea butter-bean, and one <»fl**red In the Los Angeles marl.<l xx;/*- almost three long and nim* im Im- in el ceti inference. It is said t«» Im* excellent eating, simi-oggplnnt.
TRANK ROULO DIVORCE
Said th** facetious phi In -aq titer : “Tutting something away for it rainy day is excellent business policy, but \yhat gets a lot of fellows in the tolls of the law Is putting it away for a dry one "
the Associated Pre***
TARIS, April 18.— The decision desolving th** marriage of Frank J. Gould and Miss Edith Kelly Gould was handed down Thursay in the civil court at Versailles. Mrs. Gould failed to appear but filed a claim for about half of Gould’s fortune. The Paris edition of the New York Herald says it learns from Gould’* attorney that the decree becomes absolute in a few' months unless Mrs. Gould appears.
KIEP YOUR RECEIPT
By ria Assedat*d Pre/*
FARIES, April 18 - With the return of Premier Lloyd George, British premier, from his visit home for his House of Commons address, the Council of ^Four, comprising i the British, French and Italian premiers aud President Wilson resumed it/ deliberations today. The Big Four met in the Paris White House.
Drastic Measures Planned. PARIS, April 18.—Military ex-I perts under the direction of Mar-1 (thai Foch. have been charged with : drafting a report on wha* should be j don*1 in case Germany refuses to sign the peace treaty. It is indicated tnat tile methods of coercion! 1 the allies would adopt in this case i would include occupation of more j German territory, blockade of en- \ emf ports and discontinuance of j food shipments.
The troublesome controversy over j Hume and the Dalmatian coast has I aroast d public sentiment in Italy; and when the Italian parliament | I meets April 24 Premier Orlando will i i be asked for a report on the sub-! j ject. This Ina. is expected to force I th** matter ti*decision soon between I Italy and Jugo-Slavia.
According to plans the allied j pestle ter ns may noi be laid before j the Germans before Saturday of • week and it may be Monday before they see the treaty the xviii be asked to sign.
This is expected to delay pro-| ceedings to some extent as it is not I expected that the Germans can go: to Weimar, receive instructions and I return to Paris before May 8. The German delegates xviii be permitted j to ask some questions to elucidate ■ obscure points but nothing approach J ing ti discussion of the terms will be permitted.
Premier Clemenceau who Wednes- j day refused to agree in joint feed- ! ing of Russia through neutrals has | attached his name to the undertak- ! lag.
Telegraphic communication be-twe.'n Berlin and Monish, the Ba-1 varlan capital, has been severed and | Bamberg is also cut off from the | German capital. The dispatches do ; not give the reason for this interruption.
I WI),ROOM RESIDENCE
BURNS AT PORTLAND PAUK
A two-room residence, located in Portland Park belonging to E. F. Barnett burned Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Pony Johnson were residing the place .but were away from home at the time of the fire. They are unable to determine front what source the fire originated. The house and furniture burned completely to the ground.
Increased cloudiness is the weather outlook for Saturday.
First Baptist Church.
Next Sunday at ll o'clock the Knights Templars will worship with I the congregation at the First Baptist church. They will be in full uniform and will march there in a body.
Special seats will Ie reserved for J them. The sermon will be preached I by Rev. < C. Morris, pa*-ror.
3 extra fine navy Tot e Twill ladies Coat Suits bet* on approval. Will be returned Monday if not sold, i—Burk’s. 4-18-2t
T. T. MONTGOMERY APPOINTED
ON BOA RD OF EDUCATION
OKLAHOMA CITY, April lh-Governor Robertson today appointed T T. Montgomery as a member of the State Board of Education to suc-ce* d Dr. F. B. Fife of Muskogee.
Willdtow You ta ped rash the Job T will be Your Final
GET READY FOR IT
Forests of the Caucasus.
T he forests of ti*** Caucasus in sin are estimate*! at 12.000,000 acre*, chiefly in the Black s,‘« territory, which is at the rat** ot nearly twenty acres to each Inhabitant. The for<*sts of western Siberia have been scarcely explored, but they are Mated to be 200,000,000 acres in extent, more than half being in nu absolute state of nature.—Ro* ;y Mountain Herald.
An examination for teachers’ certificates will be held at Ada April 24-25 and 26.—A. Floyd, County Supt.'
“Welcome, Visitors, to the Track Meet”
Georgettes and Crepe de Chines
that are the very pink of fashion fresh as a May day in the morning.
There is a variety allowing a freedom of scope in choosing seldom found at these prices. As a matter of fact,there are no two alike.
You will find them especially appropriate for the
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