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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Che gfoa Chewing ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY HOLLAND W1IJ* BK REQUESTED TO HAND OVER IX)|tMKK EMPEROR. SILESIA LNDIMTIUKS TI KH IT AS DI St OA T E NT WI DLN S. ICA I Ll to AD MKN CHT. THU IT KEN    SAH AIRS    LOSE TH KIK LIVES WHEN LAUNCH SINKS OKE NEW YORK. Bi By iii** Antedated Tress BERLIN, April 27. The strike movement in tipper ilesia is growing, according to a Cleiwitz dispatch to the Vossiche Zeitung. There is a general strike affecting all lines of industrial activity at treaty as drawn for * Cleiwitz and vicinity, and it is said the German delega-! that all upper Silesian electric power stations have been closed. The closing of these plants has seriously affected the iron industry, as well as many other lines of manufacturing. The strike move-goveru* t went is reported to be strong to stir- I among the railroad workers, for tri-    —---  *** M en s Silo es an d Oxfords —EDWIN CLAPP —HOWARD & FOSTER —BEACON I be Associated Trcse TAKIS, April 28 Former Emperor William and some of his military leaders will be brought to trial for their part in bringing the war and atrocities committed during its progress. It was learned totlay that the presentation to lion on its arrival at the Versailles I peace conference contains a dame j to this effect, the trials, which will ; be held separately, coming before an international tribunal. The allied and associated t meats will request Holland I render the former emperor I alit is expected that the will be presented Tuesday noon.    , Kurt her IMails. All persons accused of violation* i of the laws and customs of war are to be demanded of the Herman ; government for trial by military tribunals of the power against J whose nationals the criminal acts treaty after- INDUSTRIAL SETTLE STEEL T TO By the Associated Tress i NEW YORK, April 28.—Thirteen I sailors returning in a navy launch to the battleship Nevada are reported by the police to have drown I ed when the launch sank in the Hudson river off 138th street early today. In the absence of an official statement by the naval authorities, the police based the report on information obtained from persons who witnessed the sinking and heard the cries of the drowning sailors. No official statement has yet been given out, and the cause of the sinking of the launch is not known. The water in this part of the river is calm as a usual thing, and the sinking, it is thought, could not have been due to rough water. By the A>«H»eiat«Hl Tress ‘ DENVER. Colo., April 2*. Di-were committed. Tile state de- rector General of Railroads Hines, partment’s information was received generally with surprise as secretary Lai,sing, chairman of the commission on war responsibility, had steadfastly opposed any attempt to bring the former emperor to trial. upon bis arrival here today, announced his willingness to accept an Industrial Board as proposed by the Department of Commerce, in order to bring together the railroad administration representatives and steel producers to settle the price stabilization program controversy SENATOR DEARMON TALKS MHC HOOD ROAD BONDS Senator Dearmon of Chickasha, who was billed to deliver an address on the streets of Ada Saturday afternoon in favor of the road bond issue, addressed an audience I in the evening. It had been intended for him to speak before the arrival ot the special train carrying the war tank, but his train was late and his meeting was postponed. The senator is a live-wire, especially for th*' road bonds. These Stele. Fit, Shoes are Service. Drop in and see for in the shape volt like. brim-full of good qualities; You can't buy better ones. yourself. We have your fit Leathers of black and brown TWO GOOD ROADS ^ m BEFIRE ADVOCATES IR ADA; position TUESDAY E DE H. S. V. Ll. S. kid. kangaroo and calf skin. PRICES: SS. .S7.50, .$8.30. 810. to $13 STEVENS-WILSON CO. Two live wire advocates of good j roads were in the city this after- ; iiooa, viz:    Senator    Johnson    of Okmulgee and Col. Sidney Suggs of Ardmore. In order to reach as many as possible, a meeting was held on the street with Dr. L. M. Overton, president of tin* Pontotoc By th* A*»oel«IHI Pre#* ♦    PARIS, April 28. News +    papers report that the Ital- ♦    inn peace delegate, Salvator +    K. Baret] ai. declares he ♦    doesn't intend to return to ♦ Parts. * Great ♦ ♦ + + + ♦ Road! Association. [ NORMAL TD PLAT RDFF HIGHSCHOOL AT ROTT Coach Newcombe and his Normal baseball tossers left today for Roff whehe th-*)' will meet the Roff high school team this afternoon. The team has been strengthened since Tfie last ^ame. and the w holt* t* am wa- confident that they car. bring back a victory. The team will go to Shaw nee Saturday to play the Catholic university. Among the schools yet to meet are the Durant Normal. Shawnee high school and others. Games have been arranged for almost every week from this time to the close of the spring term. BILLION DOLLARS OE LOAN SUBSCRIBED Bj th. A-'•<»<• i a ted Tie-* WASHINGTON. April 28. One billion dollars has been subscribed to the Victory Liberty I^oan according to unofficial report*. It wan considered doubtful, however, that official figures which the treasury recognizes would reach the billion dollar mark by night. How rourt * Will He Constituted. WASHINGTON. April 28 Ae-; ‘cording to the state department announcement the new articles pro-posed for insertion in the peace treaty to be considered in Paris! today ai the plenary session of the! County Good presiding. Senator Johnson is one of the leading advocates of the $50,000,-000 bond issue ann ills reasoning is hard to get around, as he is thoroughly conversant with the measure, ha>ing helped to enact it. Col. Suggs, while primarily work ing in the interest of the (Iii Cities Highway, which passes through Pontotoc county, is also strong for the bond issue and anything else that will help Improve roads, that subject having been given close study by him for many years past her I’aland cer-has the V INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY on his return from the trenches, is some occasion. The memories should be recorded in one ot our Elegant Photograph.-. Phone for an appointment. Stairs Studio ryetta Harmony was easily the best entertain ml Of th* season. The aggregation o' special performers was one to command the attention of music lovers everywhere. Senor Cruz and his supporters won the* immediate good will of the audience. The hous*- was encouraging and the crowd gathered in time for an p*ac»- congress include the follow- \ 8:30 curtain, ing- “Allied and associated pow-    The program was good in point .is will publicly arraign William cl selection, and excellent in point II oi' Hoheniollern. former German ; of rendition emperor, not for any offense against the ( liminal law. but for a supreme PARIS. April 27 Though main peace delegation has left is and only a few diplomats experts remain to take part in tain committee sessions, Italy not formally withdrawn from peace conference. The Question whether she will eventually do so hinges upon the decision of the Italian parliament which meets Tuesday. Meanwhile, the •'big three” to which the original council of ten has now resolved itself, are going straight ahead with the finishing tone Ins on I be treaty Of peace wit Ti Germany. A plenary session will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock. ‘The musical given    by the    Hen-j^,^^ final terms will then be voted Club    laM    eveDing I on js understood, and will be n! read\ for the German delegates./ preparations are being made for a regular annual cadet encampment which will conclude the work of this High School Military organization for the year. The encampment will be held on the parade grounds at the high school, beginning Monday, May 10, and closing Friday noon. May 23. The program for th.s encampment has been made out and consists of definite and systematic work of four and one-half days concluding the regular school work preparatory to examination us inc basis. It is supposed to follow closely the plans made for S. A. T. C. Oi gunizut ion. The en nip equipment for the occasion will be furnished by the state and will consist of nine squad tents with cots and blankets for each. These tents will be $ After Easter SALE MILLINERY, SUITS, CAPES AND DOLMANS MILLINERY 20 PER CENT OFF All trimmed Hats are included in this sale. This gives you a chance to buy your new Hats at this Special Sale: $ 5 Hats __________________________$4.00 $ 8 Hats__________________________$6.40 $10 Hats__________________________$8.00 SUITS, CAPES AND DOLMANS All of our fine Suits and Capes which we marked close on the start are now marked — 20 PER CENT OFF. BIG APRON SPECIAL A good line of Ladies’ House Aprons made up in good styles for Tuesday and Wednesday. SPECIAL—$1.45 DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in ll AOA, OKLA. El PAGE LEAVES ROME Ti ON WAT TO PARIS By tho Associated Tress NEW YORK, April 2 8. Compere, president of th* can Federation of labor, who was injured yesterday in a collision between an automobile and street caxon Broadway*, was reported resting arranged I comfortably this morning By tho Associated Tress Samuel ROME. April 28. Thomas Nelson Anteri-\ Buge. American Ambassador to Hah. has left home for Paris. CHIZ ENTERTAINMENT WAS A MUSICAL TREAT. i From Henryetta Free Lance. I j around the parade ground us on a [said his condition regular military reservation and the erable improvement whole prosper I will smack of the military. while the work accoui-pl.shed will be largely educational. The purpose of the high school in offering this course of physical, mental ann moral training to its students is prompted by the values show ed It is eons id- .IAMES K. AT LYNCH DIES A LM EDA. CA LIE* >K NIA An Italian newspaper report from Rome received by the Associated Press April 2 5, said Ambassador Page had offered his resignation because he had be**n made acquainted with President Wilson’s views on the Italian claims. The statement was authorized by the state department at Washington that there was no foundation for the report. Bv the Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO. April 2 8 James Kennedy Lynch, governor of PHONE 34 VV** * 4 • * *t* offense against international nioi-* ality and sanctity of treaties*’. It t - proposed that a special tribunal X consisting of five judges, one^ each ? in "i Great Britain, tnt United X Stater. France, Italy and Japan, bo 4* ((instituted to try the accused. -I* Persons accused of violation of •j. th- laws and customs of war ac-*> co ding to the second proposed ar-X tide will be brought before mill* 4* tary tribunals and if found guilty X se la nced to punishment laid dow*n J. b\ military law. Get a    Victrola for Your    Home Style IX ________$1)0 Style XI _______$115 Others up    to____$3<K) Latest VICTOR and COLUMB! \ Records “Micky”________Soc “Johnny’s    in    Town ’, 85c “Look What My Boy Got in France.” The Fret1 Lance desires in th.s connection to commend the liar- j mony Club for its good work in supplying Henryetta people with this musical treat. Taste in music I must be cultivated if our young people ever rise above the rag-time stuff thffT so readily sticks in the memory of the boys and girls. Real music is as different as classic literature differs from the trash called dime novels. Since music is a universal language and speaks to the emotions without words, it becomes a matter of great moment as to what sort of music we cultivate.” The personnel of this group was Mr. Mrs. and Maria Cruz. Miss Pearl Curry and Miss Bess Barrow, Mr. Fred and Mr. Will Schreiber, and Mr. Verne Robertson. All these artists are familiar to Ada audiences except perhaps Mr. Robertson. who is visiting his sister, Mrs. M. L. Perkins. Mr. Robertson is another coming American baritone possessed of a warm rich voice, a perfection of technique and a fine sens** of emotional values. Hov.' Great Poems Were Written. Two of th** greatest poems in the language were written by chums competing against each other in friendly rivalry. They undertook to Work at these poems for six months and then Compare results. Keats went to the isle of Wight and wrote “Kndymlon.” and Shelley went to Marlow and, lying iii a boat on the Thames, wrote “The Revolt of Islam.” The Germans will be allowed to 'discuss the terms, but not to *r-: gue with the allied plenipotentiaries.    Then they will    be    allowed to take the treaty home for con-' sideration at the national assembly at Weimar. A high American official tonight estimated peace would not be sign-| cd. Th* re seems no doubt left of the I determination on the part of Fiance    and Britain to    go ahead    tau|P and sign peace with Germany without Italy if the latter does not promptly rejoin them. The peace with Austria will he left for later considei at ion.    iil'v    v un1 Italy    has everything to    lose and    bk. -    : nothing to gain by staying oui of the peace conference, and even pessimists here say sh** will come back soon. I hat have be*n evident in the et-1 lite United States Twelfth Federal feet of the army training upon the I Reserve bank here, died early to- WEATHER FORECAST. Probably showers is the weather man’3 idea of Tuesday. boys w Tio have ser\t*d iii the army, j The feature of army life has been modified and adapted to high school I work and already a number of thej leading schools of our state navel followed the lead of oui own school in establishing this course, taking advantage ot the opportunity for development which it affords. It will Tie worth a wait to the to watch the boys in their work rn that time. The (‘amp will be open lo visitors throughout each day and all will be given an opportunity to observe its woiking. day at his home in Almeda, from an attack of heart disease. Let a Want Art vet It for you. APPOINTED CHIKE OK 111(01 SCHOOL INSPECTORS. IT THE PUT HOUSES Coulter comedy. present western Gttfin &-£iays Drug Go. I    ■I    I"    ”    ....................... Babylon in Its Prime. At the time the priests betrayed Nebuchadrezzar and permitted Cyrus to enter the city of Babylon, the students were learned In astrology, kept time with Knit dlulf. and u WW <'"<* bv night, fashioned rude telescopes, aud th.- rich h«d perfected a system of entertainment never equaled 'n lavishness. LIBERTY. The Olympia Maids will open a week’s engagement with a brilliant program featuring HayneI and. Leo    Adde in    musical The picture program will William    Desmond    in the stcory, Deuce Duncan. american. I Another installment of The Lightning Raiders. Harold Lloyd I appears    in A Sammy in    Siberia. Love and Lather is a highly entertaining    comedy.    Coming    tomor row. The Light of Victory. NEGRO LIEUTENANT SPEAKS AT COURT house. Tonight Lieutenant C. E. Corbett, a negro lieutenant recently returned from France, will speak at the court house, under the auspices of the Negro Commercial Club. iH touring the state discussing Negro and Democracy. He lite large and cnthuaiactlc audion-ces or both races. Senator Luther Harrison troduce the speaker. OKLAHOMA CITY. April 28.— HL G. Bennett of Hugo will be chief of the high school inspection force which will be attached to the office and under supervision of R. H. Wilson, stat** superintendent, after July I. of this year, it was announced by Mr. Wilson today. Two other high school inspectors will be appointed by Mr. Wilson, but he has not yet decided who they will be. The last legislature enacted a law changing the high school inspection from under the jurisdiction of the state university to the state superintendent’s de-! partment, placing appointment of inspectors in his hands. HOLDENVILLE MAN PAID EIDT AUTOMOBILE TAX. He the meet- will in* Col. Sidney Suggs has the first check ever given in payment of the auto tax in Oklahoma. It is for $1.00 .the sum first assessed when a tax law was enacted, and was given bv C. A. Voorhees of Holdenville. Teachers* Training Class. A teachers’ training class has been started in the First Christian church and the meetings will be held Wednesday evenings, at 8:30. Anyone interested may inquire of the minister. C. V. Dunn. Dally Thought. Calumny 1s only the noise of madmen.—Diogenes. An Awful Break. Squtggs—“Well, I see that porch Climber finally escaped from jail. Broke out, I understand,” Squaggsr— “Say, now, for the love of blllyclubs and badges, don’t hand us that old stuff about measles.” Squlggs— “Wouldn’t think of such ti thing; this fellow broke out with chickenpox." Let a Want Ad get it for you. Bring in that picture and let me 1 frame it for you.—C. A. Cummins. Bslhop Thurston Here. Bishop Thurston of Muskogee was in the city Sunday and conducted the services at the Episcopal church. He christened the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Manville and confirmed a class of six. Professors E. C. Wilson and R. R. Robinson are in Wewoka today conducting the county track and field meet for the schools of Seminole county. This meet was postponed from one or two weeks previous. Georgette Blouses $5.95 •» $15.00 —We’ve received today a new lot of fresh styles — Georgette, of course — with beautiful, new beading and embroidery ideas; others with braid and plaits—newest collar styles. Popular colors and effective combinations. Peach, Copen, Victory Red, Flesh, Sun, Pearl and Navy. SEE THEM TODAY The Surprise Store Established 1903 415-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;