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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 m m Cbentng  VOLUME XV.  NI'>11?ER SOO.  \DA. OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  HI I BE  WILSON EXTENDS WEI AX WUK ANI* I* PROMISES HEU’ IN RE-ADJUSTMENT PROBLKMS.  KOMM ITTER FINKS DAMAGES AGAINST GERMANY AT $120,-000,W>0,000.  1,1 RKHATION OF ALL OPPRESSED PEOPLE FROM TI RE RULE PUNNED.  Ii Bv tilt* \H!*R'Ut»*d Pre*.*    liv the Assoria tea riws     ,lie “    A**ociated    Presa  I 1  ' WASHINGTON. Starch 3. Open-' PARIS March 3. The Peace Con-1 PARIS, via Montreal. March 3.—  the  White House conference of Terrace Commission on reparation es- The peace conference commission on governors and mayors on peace time timates that $120,000,000,000 is the J £* r eek affairs yesterday debated at . ....-------i-----------k..—    an,non. U hiehcnen.v countries ouaht 1 1<>ngth (he mw gituation crea ted in  business aud labor problems today, President Wilson promised federal aid for states, municipalities and counties in solving readjustment prob I ems and said tile federal government would perform its duty guided by suggestions of the conference. Tile president spoke briefly, confining himself largely to welcoming the visitors and explained that the time remaining to him before his return to France precluded hts participation in the conference.  amount which enemy countries ought to pay to the allied and associated powers, says a Havas Agency state-1 Asia minor.  inent today. France, the statement The general plan adapted for dis-  adds, demands immediate payment! solution of the Ottoman empire is  bv tho enemy of *5.000,000.000 part-    elimination    or    that    empire,    in-  Iv in gold, part in materials and part  in foreign securities.  ternationalization of Constantinople and Dardanelles straits, creation of a Turkish state in the center of Asia Minor and liberation of all nationalities from Turkish rule.  FINAL RUSU  PLUME BRAND  LADIES OUT SHOPPING SHOULD NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT  ~    j     r     .    ,    i    |    *    I,  One Lot of Spring Coats Reduced  This is a golden opportunity for you to buy a New Spring Coat at a lower price.  THIS LOT  $14.75  Spring Suits  The New Box Coats  $25 $55 $45  t'OMMITTEE REPORT CHARGES HIGH PRICES DFE TO MONOPOLY.  MANY IMPORTANT MEASE KES WILL DIE ON CALENDARS IN FINAL HOV RS.  QI’ALITY UNG! LU  The charm of “PLUME BRAND” with tile daintiest wardrobe. The cleve! conceits, and the painstaking workman most expensive underwear. Yet PLl priced.  Manv ot the fetch ng new Silk an solely tyr "PLUME BRAND’* Creations  Each garment carries “Miss Phoebe tee of Satisfaction. The PLUME BRAM that you will b** pleased.  Gow ns, Combinations. Corset Covers  See the Seal pox Athletic Union Suits  lilly blends perfectly the chic embroidery only equalled in the WD” is moderately  Fabrics arc woven  ** personal Guatan-ibel is her promise  ts.  «n at $1.25.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  GERMAIN AGAIN . 'MEETING OF G80D ATTACK FOLES ROADS ASSI TUESDAY  tty Ila* A»s«Jen*U'tl Presa  WASHINGTON, March S. With the Victory Liberty Loan bill out of the way. passage of which early yesterday practically ended the effort to force an extra congressional session in advance of the president’s return from France, both branches of £ re ss went to work early todav with the hope of clearing up the mass of bills, few of which the leaders thought would be put through.  Democratic leaders predicted that while tile army and navy appropriation bills would not be passed, the billion dollar wheat guarantee bill and general deficiency measure carrying f?10,00l;900 for railroad ad-^ ministration will have been acted on before final adjournment at noon to-j morrow*.  Among the bills expected to die on the calendars are the agricultural bill wiih rider providing for repeal of the daylight saving law, sundry civil bills carrying $600,000,006 Tor the shipping board and the bill pro-  115 iii* Associated Pre**  WASHINGTON. March 3.— Senator! \ ardaman. Mississippi, chairman of I j the Senate manufactures committee. today inserted in the Congressional ; I Record a statement on the commit-j ;oe*s investigation of the anthiaciiei coal situation, charging that production ie controlled by eight large transportation companies which through almost complete monopoly are able to fix prices and determine the rate of Con-1 production.  Testimony before bls committee, the senator stated, showed there was no other commodity in common use so completely monopolized. Shortage during war and existing high prices were due almost entirely to this control. he said.  BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT EXCITING EVENT IN COUNTY ATHLETICS.  PRESIDENT SICKS IMPORTANT BILLS*  By th** Antedated Tres*  POSEN, March 2. Get ma* troops after three days of comparative quiet resumed their attacks against the Poles today, according to a report from the l’nlish-Genuan frontier.  WEATHER FORECAST.  weather  Fait and colder outlook for Tuesday  tin  We Can Make It  If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, tiring It to us We have every facility for doing this class of work and, we know how —  Stairs Studio  PHONE 34  Fitzhu. Daily* E\* Please in your ev* • toe Com: will meet Hall Tut to attei : port anc* Col. S he pres* county, roads. \ speak* r «• w ill ent* good 1 oa< ev et v boti  Chait ma:  . March 3. 1919.— News, Ada, Okla.: .* citizens through r that the Pod to-Roads Association * ourt House or City h 4. at 1:30 P. M. ness of much im-  s of Ardmore will ike us a talk on I national good v;>• t to have another • our governor who .n the subject of xpect a grand lime.  OVERTON.  <1« Association.  Note # v milieu.  I riding for federal control and reg®*, j validate lation of meat packing industry. j mat men!  WILL INVESTIGATE GREAT LAKES STATION  tty the Ansu* Int* J Dies*  WASHINGTON. March 3. The bill g and authorizing the adet $2,500,000,000 of war contracts and the $33,000,000 rivers , and harbois appropriation bill were! signed today bv the president.  The second annual basketball j tournament of Pontotoc county, held Saturday afternoon and evening, re-J i suited in the winning of the county championship of the county by the, girls of Center and boys of Francis, j The preliminaries of the afternoon! narrowed the contest among the | girls down to Center and Stonewall! land boys of Francis and Roff, i The final between Center and j Stonewall was a fast one and both j sides made a fair record at goal shooting and teamwork. It resulted in a score of 15 to 7 in favor of I Center.  The final between Roff aud Francis boys was veiy close and hard fought. Roff made an excellent start and at the close of the first i half was several points ahead of I Francis, but in the second half rancis rallied and won the game by a margin of 2, the scores staining 26 to 24.  Besides these the normal team • I played a practice game w ith Vanoss. I with a score of 4 6 to 5.  The “Paul Jones’ f  Middies Are Here  A new showing of the very Latest in the Middies line,  $2.50 TO $3.50.  MILLINERY  Refined and Exclusive Modes of the Moment, Featuring Hats of Exquisite Beauty.  Watch for Our Big House Furnishing Sale Ad.  DEPA PT MEN T S TORE  PUCHE ll  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  Established in 1968  AOA, OKLA.  NO ACTION ON  ENFORCEMENT BILL  conies effective July I. The committee decided there was no chance for passage of the pending bill at the present session.  Ada Hon• regular session M«  3 in I. O. <>. F ll requested to ,m* J. t\ CRISI* I). S. NEWTON r  Ilotii«*-!iiad<‘ n • school Mont! tv .  ti, will meet in ay night. March Every member  nt.  JU Foreman, appendent.  it  Glenwood  2-28-3t  \ i» roll RI 1 OROS.  < OI,RVI BIA  III < ORBS, MIRET MI sip,  latest  ><>\<; HITS.  GET YOUR VR THOI*A TODAY.  THE TYPE SHOWN AIM>\ K, $<»0;  OTHERS FROM *25 TO $2H2.5n.  SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS AND YOU GET TIII WORLD'S BEST  AND FINEST MUSIC.  liy the A '•so, int ti Pre?*!*  WASHINGTON, March 3. Sec*retail Daniels today instructed the commandant of the Great Lakes naval training station to investigate reports that a number of men there hat! been involved in irregularities similar to those recently disclosed in the New York naval district.  NENA roil HARRISON'S  SPEECH COMPLISH ATED  From Harlow’s Weekly.  One of the most able speeches heard upon the floor 01 the Senate at this session was delivered by Senator j Luther Harrison of Ada in bt* Ii a 11 I of th** graduated land tax proposal.  I He laid great stress upon the seriousness of the tenant farmer problem in Oklahoma, declaring that there are j 110,600 of these in the state, most of them living iu one-room shacks un-i der conditions' of abject poverty front * which they could not emerge. There are approximately 96.606 Oklahoma soldiers. 25,000 of whom, he declared, came from tenant homes and who, in th** army for the first time in their lives, have had plenty to eat and wear and comfortable and sanitary quarters to live in during most ol their service. These, Harrison asserted, would come home to their tenant hovels and demand of the state that it do something to cure this great evil. Harrison expiessed th** belief that adoption of the graduated land tax measure, forcing landlords to release excessive holdings by taxing such lands so heavily that they would sell them, would greatly ald in solving Hits tenant problem.  Harrison described conditions In Seminole, Hughes and other counties, which were the scene of the Working Glass union draft riots, and at- !  tributed these uprisings to the fact fhat for miles around there are only tenant farina with few schools and practically no opportunities for enlightenment and progress.  METHODIST til FRUH t BOWDER.  Last evening approximal**!)* a thousand people. mostly adults, heard Dr. Wallace M. Crutchfield’# answer to the question; "Is Married Life a Failure?” The great church was thronged to its utmost capacity with chairs as well as the usual seating facilities. From tin* moment the speaker began, the audience was absolute attention even to the remotest seat in the gaiery. Delicate matters touching marriage and the marriage relationship were presented in .1 delicate way. It was evident that the people wore with the speaker in sentiment aud sympathy. It is a rare thing for so many people to attend divine worship in Ada as were present ut the above mentioned meeting at the First Methodist church.  tty tin* Associated Tress  WASHINGTON, March  The first duty of every self-re-’ specting nation is to issue a new series of postage stamps. Finland al-: ready has led the w*av with a pleasant An variety of colors, and the example no  GOTION GELO LOR FREE DISTRIBUTION  WASHINGTON, Marish 3. Senator Owen announces that he has nine hundred packages of new and improved types of cotton seed for distribution to the farmers of Oklahoma for test purpose#. Each package contain# one quart. Only one package can be allotted to an individual. Any farmer desiring on** of these packages should immediately write Senator Owen for it.  agreement was reached late today by ?°“ b « »«» '  ' Livona and Esthoma. to say nothing  the senate judiciary committee to  of  Bavaria and the confederated Ger-take no action on legislation to en-' man States when they break up the force war time prohibition which be- Empire on which the sun has set.  \ Unlit Ii of Fresh Flowers.  I I* you have a fii* nil who’s discourager ill.  And a message you’d tend that will give him a thrill Of pleasure to know that you thought it worth while •  Thus your friendship th show and to help *him to smile,  A sn! to w hile away Home of his dark, lonely hours.  Just send to his home a bunch of fresh flower#,  Ada Greenhouse.   }  2-28-6t  IT IHE PLAY HOUSES  Gtfin <S- M    ays Drug Co.  Rexall Agent**  Liggett’* Chocolate*  Word was received by F. C. Sims from Drew* Shell, former telegraph operator here, stating that he Wa# now stationed in Cues Berncastel, Germany. He likes the country, but like# the good old U. S. A., and i« longing to return.  AMERICAN.  Pearl White is featured in The Lightning Raiders. This is a splendid western drama, a serial of fifteen installments. The story and Pearl White match perfectly, making the presentation one of unusual interest. Why Pick on Me, Beauty and Beauty are two excellent comedies.  LIBERTY.  The Princess Maids are here and will open with a highly entertaining program this evening. It is a company of dancers, singers, yodlers, black face comedians and other entertainer!. Not a dull moment while they are on the stage. The picture program presents Roy Stewart in the romance, Untamed.  t OMMI TAT ION OF ESPIONAGE UT SENTENCES RECOMMENDED!  Washington, March 2. - * Attorney J General Gregory has recommended to President Wilson commutation of the 1 sentences of persons convicted tinder I Hie espionage act. a review of whose j cases by officials of the Depart men t: of Justle** has revealed that the evidence of willful intent to violate the law* was too circumstantial to warrant the carrying out of the full sentences fixed by the trial juries.  Officials of the Department of Jus- 1  tire. in making public tonight Mr. Gregory’s letter to the president, sa Kl I commutation had been recommended for several hundred persons now* held in prison, but they were unable to even estimate the number. Names of persons involved were not given out.  Mr. Gregory said in his letter to th** president that the reviewing commission in the department was examine the records in th** cases of all the other convictions under the espionage law and that recommendations as to these would be submitted later. The president was expected to act on the cases now before him within a short time, possibly before sailing for France next Wednesday.  Clearance  °f  Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a year.—Sterling Motor Supply Co.    2-5-tf  GERMAN GOVERNMENT'S  POSITRON PRECARIOUS I  LONDON, March 3.—The possible  1  fall of the German government is re-I ported in numerous special dispatches received today from Berlin. |  The members of the government I have arrived at Berlin to consult w ith j the workmen’s council, and a mani-j festo has been issued.  All the correspondents represent, the situation as grave.  The best blacksmith work at right prices. Do general blacksmithing and repairing. Horseshoeing a specialty. | —Joe S. 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