Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1919
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Pretty New Shoes that are Correct Right Now
§MART anti exclusive e r e a t i o us in springtime fashions for women of particular tastes and high ideals. A complete assemblage of the most distinctive footwear styles that it has been our privilege and pleasure to show, this season.
Oxfords and Pumps that are heralded by smart dressers as the season’s favorites. Many new pumps—some with buckles and some with bows attached. Others are void of all ornamentation. In black, brown, and white.
These shoes represent styles that women are quick to appreciate. They exhibit splendid values, conscientious workmanship and correct lasts.
$3.50, $5, $7.50, to $10
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PARIS, April 23. The Italian d«*l-♦ cation to Ole peace* conference reasserted its determination today to stand firm on th** question of Phi me. indicating that liniest* the council changed its position the delegation would not return to the conference. An t*arl> settlement of the difficulty is consequently thought improbable, especial!} as President Wilson is understood to be equally as firm as the Italian representatives.
It is reported that a compromise was offered by which Italy would be given Fiume in consideration of abandoning claims to the remainder I of the Dalmatian coast, but this was rejected by the Italian delegation which insists oil literal fulfillment of the secret treaty of London.
With Premiers Clemenceau and Lloyd George, and President Wilson i in attendance, the council resumed this morning consideration of questions concerning China and Japan.
IT Al JANS WILL NOT V I E Ll); SHAN TV XCJ (JU ESTRIN NI ANN HK PASS KI) (IV Kit*
1.0.0. r. MEETING
tty th«* Associated Dress
Although peace conferees have passed along for future adjustment the Japanese problem, one of tile two troublesome questions holding tip final shaping of the treaty, the ItaJ-I tan difficulty was still pressing for solution today. Italy’s delegates | show no disposition whatever to recede from the attitude which has I brought about what is admittedly a j grave situation.
| The rival claims oi China and Japan to Shun Tung Peniiincuta haven’t been settled and seems pi olla hie they | be left over for adjustment by tile j league ot nations after peace has been declared.
It seems established that the Hungarian son iet government has crumbled, but the situation is still obscure. The reported establishment of the soviet system in Turkey is discredited in London iii view of the fact that no report of it has come from the British warship before Constantinople.
Serious disorders occurred Saturday and Sunday at Hamburg, mobs clashing with the police and meeting with some measure of success.
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The iKid Fellows ale making prep- j alations for the meeting of the Pontotoc County Odd Fellows Association w hich will convene at Ada j Thursday afternoon at 2:JO at the j city hall. A leading feature of the open session held at that time will be • an address on Odd Fellowship by OI vc! C, Black of Oklahoma City.
DELUGE OF BONUS
REPORT OR VICTORY
Mon- or less complaint has been J heard from discharged soldiers re-, garding the delay in hearing from their applications for the bonus due1 them. Postmaster Westbrook is in receipt of a letter from the department explaining that the delay is due to the deluge of applications sent in. but gives assurance that all will receive attention as speedily as possible.
KY KRAL KM-IM KATS AUTHOR-HHP HY BI RKAl' OK WAH I > FTF ARTW EN T.
By the Associated Fir®*
WASHINGTON, April 23. Reconstitution of the National Guard wa* actually started today when the wa: department, through the Bu-eau of Militia Affairs authorized the organization of seven regiments and one extra battalion of infantry, one squadron of cavalry and eighteen companies of coast artillery. The state or New York was authorized raise tour regiments of infantry, one cavalry squadron and twelve companies of coast artillery. New Jersey was authorized to organize one regiment of infantry, two companies of coast artillery: Ohio two infantry regiments and Oregon one battalion of infant:} and four companies of coast artillery.
I NslSTS THAT KH NIK CANNOT HK (.IMA TO ITALY; OK LAMMI MAY VI IT.
II} t tit* A sn**-la I* ti Pres*
PARIS, April 23. In a statement issued by President Wilson today explaining his position on tile Adriatic question he declares that Plume cannot become part of Italy, pointing out that every condition concerning the Adriatic settlement has been changed since Italy entered the war upon promises of the London treaty, the Austro-Hungarian empire having disappeared. IL* notes I ii at new states ha%e men created for which Fiminis the na! ii tai outlet to tile sea. The president also contends that the strategic necessity pleaded the Austrian naval menace has ceased to exist.
WASHINGTON', April 23. Unofficial reports to the treasury de-piirtnn ut indicated aggregate loan subs* riptions approaching $800,000,-000. although official figures stood at $118,077,000 reported last night.
Will RECEIVE HUX DELEGATES APRIL 28
Bv .bf Assoc tai cd Pre®®
PARIS, April 23.— Allied and associated governments have informed the German government through General Nudat at Spa they will be ready to receive German delegates at tin Versailles conference April 28
CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT OE FITZHUGH BARA
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This is National Gingham Week
At the Time tile price of silks began soaring, • the weavers of Gingham*, knowing (he possibilities of their product. saw far enough into tile future and set out to produce Ginghams that would rival silks. They employed the best designers and colorists ami with their experienced loom amen produced a real substitute that had the added advantages of we tribility and washability. To still further popularize it they have set Psi de this week as Gingham Week and ask the hading store to teat.urn those indescribable beautiful creations they ha c brought into tieing from a fabric that, not long since, was considered, sui ta Hic only t ot aprons, work clot hes, etc.
Extra Wide Glemviddie Zephyr-
A Gingham of exceeding beauty aud fineness,* woven info plaids of wonderful cleverness and tinted in all the glorious shades of Springtime. Fifteen hundred yards of these, not one pattern hardly a mite less alluring than its companion.
A regular 40c Gingham that is offered now’ for -
28c the yard
Genuine Valmore Ginghams, 25c yard.
Pretty Apron Ginghams. 20c yard.
Filii* French Zephyrs, 3 2 incite? wide,
Genuine M. F. C.
Iii 45c yard.
FINK TISS!'F. GINGHAMS, BLAUT!FUL PATTERNS,
75c the yard.
GINGHAM DK KSK ES
Children's Dresses. IJT Misses’ Dresses,
$1.23 t<* *5.00 *.‘$.50 to *9.50
*2.95 to *0.75
These dressed are all good styles and good materials.
S.M. SHAW, PROW*.
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IT KST BAPTIST SUNDAY
J. IL Braselton of Konawa, has, SCHOOL HH KA KS Kl*'ORD
bought the interest of J. B. Ed-j Last Sunday morning the First wards in (he Farmer* State Bank of Baptist Sunday school broke all Fitzhugh and taken charge of the! past records by having 323 present.
record of 302. It is hoped to reach 35u next Sunday.
Nothing loo fancy for us to clean.
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bank. Mr. Braselton comes to Bon- i a gain of 21 over the previous high call aud deliver. 4-21-3t
totoc county bearing a good reputation as a banker.
Mr. Edwards, who has been connected with the bank for a year or more, has not determined what business he will enter.
COmCKS BEGIN DRIVE AGAINST BOLSHEVIK
at* bef I remembered in photographs
Dui work is as fine as skill tan pi Od lief
Why not have one made Bow ?
Orlando Ma) Go Home.
It} I ii* • Associated Pre**®
PARIS. April 23. Premier Orlando threatens lo return to Ital} immediately unless there is a satisfactory adjustment of the Flume and Dalmatian coast questions. Premiei Lloyd George is trying to persuade the Italian leader to remain in Paris longer while he continue* Ii is efforts to reconcile the opposing viewpoints.
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SEND PAUKAGKS TO OVERSEAS SOLDI Kits NOW
Postmaster West brook has been advised that the rule adopted at the height of the war against sculling packages to the soldiers on the Ftench front has been revoked, ship ping facilities having greatly improved since the armistice was signed and many of the men returned home.
I JOHNSTON PAVING • CONTRACT SIGNED
I he city commissioners formally s gned ’he contract for the paving of Stinth Johnston avenue Tuesday. Gal-lamnr* and Yates, the contractors. filed their bond and expect to begin work in a few days.
HOOVER AND STAFF ARRIVE AI BERLIN
ll} tit Aimbtrd Pre®*
BERLIN, April 23. Herbert Hoover, chairman of the inter-allied food commission arrived here today iii compaa} with a large staff.
(By It** Press
LONDON, April 23. Ural Cossacks. apparently assisting Admiral ! Kolchaks' Siberian forces, have be-| gun an offensive w ith legion of I i ralsk. southeastern Russia, and have captured several villages west of Uralsk.
AT THE PLAY HOUSES
, A feature of the program will be i an install!! ent of Houdini, the wonder! iii mystery story. Tom Mix, the Oklahoma star, appears in the western "drama, Pals iii Blue. Aluora Fields iv the center of tim jolly comedy. The Tell-Tale Hat.
I c One Cent \ c
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Gwirx &- Mays Drug Go.
ALLEN KKD CIK NSS WELL
REPRESENTED IN PARADE
Too Many Millions is a very mn-ii} Paramount comedy drama with Wallace Reid iii the leading role. Just what a hungry man eating his j first sit u a re meal in two days would do when he read of falling heir to this fabulous sum is portrayed here.
Twelve ladies of tin* Allen Red Cross participated rn the Victory Loan parade at Ada Tuesday as follows :
Mesdames John E. Ive**, Clifford Sanford, Edgar Hutchinson, Roy Hatcher, W. A. Smith, W. A. Bullock, John Case, Goo. B. Orr, Lee Brumfield, Geo. Busby, Miss June Smith, Miss Matilda Case.
A|»|Miint<*<) on Itoanl of Education.
Ity the Associat'd Pre*®
OKLAHOMA CITY, Apili 23.- A. ll. Burris of Watonga was today appointed by Governor Robertson as a member of the State Board of Education. This completes the filling of Vacancies existing on the board.
Be Your Boy's Comraae.
AU little fellows are ambitious to be comrades of the “big boys." Be a big tmy yourself and get some fun out of life. And at the same time yon will be building a future for your son that Will be a more glorious memorial, a more effective monument to yourself than could be wised by all the marble and granite In the .JUS of the whole world.
GERMAN DELEGATES WILL
LEAVE FOK PARIS MONDAY
By the Associated Press
PARKS, April 23.- A Berlin message says the German Versailles del«s gates will leave Berlin April 28 to attend the conference.
New Silk Hosiery
New ribbed Silk Hose in the well known Van Raaltes “Niagara Maid" make. A most attractive style, here in white, pink, light blue, brown, grey and black. An excellent value at—
$3.00 Pair ^
Gordon's Thread Silk Hose in'the popular spring colorings—
$1.25 5S.4 $2.00
ffhe Surprise Store
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