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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Munsing PERFECT FITTING UNION SUIT S DENTAL CREME ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY SALE RETURNS LAST EVKXIXG AFTER YEAH OF SEKVH’E AT TUE FRONT—LOOKS    WELL AND FEELS FINE. MEMORIAL SERVICES AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHI IUTI; I N. \ El Ll NO CEREMONY AT CEMETERY. WILL OCH CY HANEY BU ILIUM WITH LAIR ES* AND HENTS* READY TO WEAR STORE BY J CLY El RST. ENDING THIS WEEK Tomorrow. Sunday, will bo observed as memorial dya by tho Woodmen of flu* World, ut which Ada has a large membership. The program will consist of memorial services at the First Christian church at the eleven o'clock hour, Rev. t\ V. Dunn, pastor, making the address. In the afternoon the un-.••ilinu eeremoio will take place at Rosedale Cemetery* All 'itemhers OI the orth r will be * vpected to assemble at the hall a* Id; HO A. NI., and march to the church in regular order. At 1:30 I’. NL, the.% will amain assemble at Ha>sen Brothers, owners of a large mercantile establishment at Stratford, are coming to Ada and will, about July first, open a large and up to date stock of ladies* j and gents* ready-to-wear in the tm tiding owned by N. B. Haney. Jr., located tvo doors west of the Guaranty State Bank on Main, and now occupied to thi‘ Snow White Barber Shop and the Swathers Cleaning .Works: They wilt not remove the Stratford stock to Ada, but the Ada ys-tablishinen I will he independent, and the> claim, will be equal to I ant like establishment in the county. We welcome the new' firm to the! city and predict for them a prosperous career in one of the best j cities in Oklahoma. \\ by d* ny yourself of knowing that you are well dressed when you can buy suits like we are showing at these special May Sal** 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 Final Sparks from the A. P. Wires One of the new Straw’s or Felt Hats will add to your appearance and the price will please you as much as the quality. Copyright 1919 Hart Schajfincr & Marx By the Alated Pre** LONDON, May 24.—Polish, troops have captured the important town of I.tusk, Volhynia, northeast of Lemberg, nom Ukrainians, according to Ct ut tai News dispatches from Berlin, rite Poles also took two thousand prisoners and a large number of guns. THESE LAST DAYS OE OUR MAY SALE ARE AS INTERESTING AS THE FIRST ONES. NORFOLK, Va., May 24.—The steamer Virginia, of the old Bay Line, Baltimore to Norfolk, burned to the waters edge off Smith’s Point, Chesapeak Bay, at 12:45 this morning. The survivors w’ere picked up by steamers Florida and City of Baltimore, bound for Baltimore. and City of Norfolk bound tor Norfolk. Three negro firemen are believed to have gone down wit Ii tin* blazing hull of the Virginia. REV. C V. DUNN Pastor Fir* Christian Church. Who will deliver the Memorial Ser mon for the Woodmen of the World at his church tomorrow morning at ll o’clock. S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established lo 1908 AOA, OKLABlue Serges for Summer There's no time of the year when a Bint Serge isn't on duty. For summer wear there are light weight serges; nothing l iter, in all sizes. Satisfaction guarai teed. PHONE 77 the hall and from there will go to the cemetery for the unveiling. Hot). A. X. Leecrtft of Oklahoma City, head consul of th** state of Oklahoma, will make the address at the unveiling ceremony at tile cemetery in the afternoon. The Wood in* n of the World is recognized as the greatest fraternal insurance order in the world and its benevolent influence has been felt in every nook and corner of thi> nation. The widow and th** orphan is the pat Ocular care of Woodmen, and their monument* to the dead, the most beautiful to be found in any land or clitue. indicate the beauti! iii sentiment of this wonderful and ever growing organisation of fraternal men and women. The public is invited to the various nervines of the order tomorrow and those who attend will not begrudge the time so spent. after pro and con discussions of their affairs with no sign-s of reconciliation on the part of the husband. the w’ife came dowrn town and procured some carbolic acid and took it back to the scene of their quarrels in the county attorney’s office and the adjoining hall and there attempted to drink the poison in the presence of her husband and others, but only succeeded In taking a small portion of the deadly vile when the bottle was taken from her. There were no fatal results and Mrs. Bridgewater is reported to be recovering nicely today. Prices: $20 to $45Dixie Weave, Pain) Beach and Cool Clot!) Suits $10 lo $37.50STEVENS - WILSON ~C07 BR I .ST. May 24. The steamer George Washington, President Wilson s ship, is not expected to sail before June 1st. Work of painting the ship was commenced this morning and will occupy the next four days. Naval authorities refuse to say whether or not the president has given orders of any kind. The steamers Pretoria, Great Northern, St. Louis, Frederick! and Ancou sail-* it last night and tb s morning with 16.000 troops, completing the embarkation of the last contingent of the &6th aud Moth Divisions. Texas, Oklahoma and Virginia. Mrs. May Bridgewater, who came here with her husband about ten days ago from Pittsburg. Kansas, was the important actress in a tragic scene at the court house yesterday afternoon. Mr. Bridgewater has only been home from France a short time and it seems that domestic trouble has been brewing since his arrival. Mrs. Bridgewater appeared before the proper officials the first of the wek ad swore out a warrant for the arrest of her husband on the grounds of desertion. V esterdav the husband returned from the county where he had been visiting his sister for several days who lives south of town. He w-ent to the court house where he found his wife awaiting his return, and Pavement Pickups UM AL BANKERS BAC K HOME H. I    Reich of    the Oklahoma State. Tom King of the First National ami M. R. Chilcutt of the M. A IL, all of whom attended the state banker’s meet at Tulsa, are back home. The bankers report a royal time and have voted Tulsa bankers and business men the best entertainers they have met for many moons. SHOWERMakes 'Your Breakfast Taste Better YOUR breakfast tastes better after you use Kit nzo. Get rn tube to try today. There is a new sensation awaiting you — toe Cool, Dean Klenzo Feeling on your teeth and tongue. It isn’t merely a taste. It’s a testimony of c/wanness ~ cit ar.ness that is impacted to tbs tiny. Tittle tast* nerves, freeing them of stsle secretions that make your mouth feel hot and sticky.SOHMER COMFORT UNDERWEAR FOR EVERYBODY SOME men like the form-fitting knitted garments, others prefer the loose-fining woven suits. You can now buy either kind in men’s athletic style garments with the Mtinging*ear label the guaranty of perfection in finish and fit. of the utmost in quality of ruatetUl, washability and d arability. The sheer summer Munsingwear takes much of the grief out of the hot weather. Priced from SEE THEM IN OII DISPLAY WIMHnV YOU NEVER KNOW Therefore it is a wise idea ,o keep late photographs of \LL members of the family. PHONE US FOR YOUR APPOINTMENTCf)e gfoa Aliening jfcetog The Surprise Store Eau blished 1903 115117 West St. Phone 117    . ;