Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY
TWO CENTS THE COPY
Picturesque Summer Afternoon Frocks for the Vacationist am} Stay-at-Home.
Fresh out of their tissue paper * overin gs have coni1 these airy, colorful frocks expressing ah the joyous carefree spirit of summer with the finesse ami delicacy of pood taste. They will fit in tunefully with all the gay summer afternoon occasions.
Made of plain and printed Georgette, Foulards, Yoi I e s and Organdie.
\< - I FN A BLK TO RESUME TRANS ATLANTIC'’ VOY AGK TODAY.
; By tin- Associated I*r«‘Ns
WASHINGTON, May 22. High winds again prevented tile naval seaplane NC-4 from starting for Lisbon from Ponta De! dada on the second leg of the Trans-A thin tic flight. The Navy department this morning received advices from Rear Admiral Jackson that the plane would not start.
SINN KLIN L KAD KRS KEH SE TO HK HOL NII BV AC "DION OK BRITAIN.
Premier Cloof the Peace
By the Associated Tress PARIS, May 22. jienceau, President Conference, has received a letter I rom Rd ward Devalera. Count Plunkett and Arthur Griffiths, Irish Sinn Fein leaders, in which they declare shat Ireland will not be bound by .•ny action of the British delegates f*n the question of peace. They ask recognition on behalf of Ireland.
TO I SENATE
KINAL LUSSON IN MILITARY SCIENCE TO BK GIVKN THIS HYMNING, 8:80 O’CIAH’K.
The High School cadets will luke their last lesson for the present school year this (welling at 8:30 o’clock, to which the public is invited. This is not a show but a regular lesson. but it is so elaborate and demonstrates the results of the military training so thoroughly that every person in Ada ought to be present, the school authorities believe.
The entertainment will consist of three phases: First, review;
second, demonstration of emergency first aid work; and third, wall scaling contest and demonstration of signaling. This will he followed by the awarding of trophies.
The High School lads have made an enviable reputation iii their military training. The finishing touches will he given this evening.
HOL HK ADOPTS RESOLUTION VOTK OK 801 TO HM.
By the Associated Press
WASHINGTON, May 22—The woman suffrage constitutional amendment resolution passed yesterday by the house has gained another vote in the Senate wMth the annoupcen^nt of Senator Hale, Republican. of Maine today that he would support it. Senator Hale Noted against the resolution at the last session. The suffragists previously had claimed sufficient votes to insure its adoption in ihe Senate.
The house passed the resolution by a vote of 304 to Si. Seventy Ilemocrats ami IO Republicans voted against it. If adopted by the Senate the proposed amendment will go to legislatures of the vari-• ' vs states for ratification.
ENDING THIS WEEK
SUITS of DISTINCTION
Why deny yourself of knowing that you are well dressed when you can buy suits like we are showing at these special May Sale prices. You will find in these suits the best materials that can be shown at the prices we are offering them.
SALE PRICES—MEN’S SUITS $11.40 to $33.25
SALE PRICES—BOYS’ SUITS $4.75 TO $14.25
ALL HATS AT MAY SALE PRICES
One of the new Straws or Felt Hats will add to your appearance and the price will please you as much as the quality.
TH KSK LAST DAYS OK OI It MAY SALK ARK AS INTERESTING
AS THE KIRST ONKS.
DEPARTMENT ET ORE
S.M. SHAW. PROP.
Established In 1901
MILWAUKEE, Wit.. May 22 John C. Spooner. former United States senator nom Wisconsin, is seriously ill in New York and is not expected to live, according to a message received by his son, Willet M. Spooner.
Notice, O. K. S.
Eastern Star members and visitors are urged to be present tonight. Initiation. Mrs. Edith M. Lee,
BIG FOUR CONSIDERS SAAR VALLEY QUESTION
Bi fit*' Associated Press
BARIS, May 22.—The Council of Four this morning considered the questions relative to the Saar Valley raised* by the recent German note on this subject. This afternoon the council will take up the subject of reparations.
new' program that will interest young and old. The picture program presents The Secret Garden, featuring Tila Lee. This is taken from Francis Hodgson Burnett's famous story.
Diane Need Tuning?
Partly cloudy and warmer is the weather outlook for Friday.
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OTHER DOWERS WANT TO KNOW WHY TROOPS WERK LAN DED.
By flu* A.MirlatiHl I’rins
BARIS. May 22. It has been learned iii trustworthy quarters that the United States, Great Britain and France have united in sending a note to Italy requesting an explanation of the landing of Italian forces in Turkey. Premier Orlando is said to have made reply to the council of four after a sharp personal Incident during which he objected to the presence of Premier Yenizelos of Greece. The latter retired from the meeting.
Italian forces landed at Adalia, Bud rum and Makii during the period when Premier Orlando and Foreign Minister Sonnino had withdrawn from the peace conference, making landings without notice to the Allies, further complicating the Turkish problem, which is already an extremely difficult one.
Cool, Clean Klenzo Feeling ?
IT IS a freshness like a spring morning on a mountain peak.
It spreads over your teeth and tongue. But it’s more than a flavor—it's a testimony of thorough cleanness — cleanness that has extended to the countless little taste nerves and has freed them of the sticky mouth secretions. Any wonder your breakfast tastes better after you U3e Klenzo?
Get a tube to try
GERMANS ARE STILL STALLING FOR TIME
By the ANMtK’totcd Pre**
LONDON, May 22 (British Wireless Service). It is apparent from forecasts in the German press that, one of the principal points of Germany’s reply to allied peace terms will be a proposal to institute a joint committee of both sides’ representatives, with neutral president to decide economic questions. Germans also will ask for a similar committee to determine the damage done in Belgium and France. Germany’s reply will also protest against a treaty which does not consider the damage done by the Allies in Germany.
Water will be cut off tomorrow afternoon all over town from 2 to 5 o’clock on account of necessary cepa ii I on line.
B IL DEAL. Commissioner.
ALLIED TROOPS MOVE TO VANTAGE POINTS
By tin* Ascoria ti ii Pivss
COBLENZ. Germany, May 21.— Lieut. General Hunter Liggett, commander of the army of occupation and Major General John Hines, commando" of the Third corps on its way to London, were today re-, called to Coblenz by Ameircan general headquarters. Nine hundred | motor trucks began moving Tuesday trom the wrest of the Rhine to; the bridgehead are, to be distributed to various vantage points in the East Rhine zone should occasion arist* for American advance.
BERLIN. May 21. Greater Berlin Soldiers’ and Workmen’s Council today adopted a resolution demanding that peace lenity be signed and appealing to tho proletariat of allied oounries.
AT THE PLA! HOUSES
Bishop, the reliable tuner from Oklahoma City, 'Is still here. Phone 206. 5-1 5-6t-eod *
ECHOLS SUCCEEDS HUMPHREY" ON CORPORATION COMMISSION
OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok., May 22.
R. T. Echols of Elk City, vice chairman of the Democratic State central committee, was appointed today byr Governor Robertson to be a member of the State Corporation Commission. Mr. Echols succeeds W. D. Humphrey, chairman, w’ho resigned recently to resume the pa ret ice of law*.
PETITION OF MURRAY COUNTY CITIZENS DENIED BY’ GOVERNOR
Common Clay is declared by experts to be the finest human interest story seen in a long time. It is not a war picture, but contains all the elements ot -a fine drama. Fannie Ward plays the leading role. Special music.
The IT. S. A. Girl^ will present a
Gwin &- Mays Drug Go.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 22.—Pe-j tit ion by citizens of Murray county for Governor Robertson to call an election to vote on detaching a strip of Garvin county, adding it to Murray was denied by the governor. Both sides presented views on the matter to the governor today. In giving his decision the governor | expressed the view that it probably ■ would be for the best not to disturb present county lines.
YOU NEVER KNOW
Therefore it is a wise idea o keep late photographs of \LL members of the family.
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We have placed on sale one lot ot Women’s High (Lade Silk Skirts. All this season’s best styles. So exceptional are the values that the prices ut which these Skirts are offered can give no indication of the extreme Ideality of the styles. Choosing from this collection will he a pleasure indeed.
$25 and $27.50 Values At ____________
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