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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1919. TWO CENT'S THE COPY See The New Spring DRESSES from Peggy Paige and other good makers. New styles and fash- ionable colors in Georgette, Taffeta and Foulards, to Here are the Newest Ideas in Spring Hats sb from Gage, Fisk and r Gold Medal. Street Hats, Dress Hats that are smart, pret- ty, different. Prices: to STEVENS-WILSON CO. l'. s. SUIMUiMK COURT UPHOLDS OCCUPY SV11LHB OV BERLIN AFT TKN-YKAK SKNTKNCli OF IANVKU COURT. "lilt SHARP STRUGGLE WITH DEFENDERS. Hit" Assoi'lntiiil 1'ress WASHINGTON, Man-oil 10, The United States supreme court today sustained the conviction of Eugene Debbs. sociulist leader, found guil- ty of violating the espionage act through live rod fit Canton, Ohio, last and sentenced to ten years imprison- ment, in deciding the ease the court in effect upheld t.ho constitu-r tionality of socalled enlistment lion of'the espionage act. but made no specific ruling on the act. nv the Awoulutcd Pi-ess AMSTERDAM, March forces Sunday occupied the Ber station there, according to the ioiuLiui; uie ponce sianon UULUIUIUH Lu statements in a speech llnti Mil-tag. -The Lichten police station had withstood the j-g sincc Tuesday. FI5ANCK AND ITALY TO RECEIVE SHARE. ENGLAND MAY SINK HER QUOTA tl.v tht> Associated Prcsi I'ARIS, March change in the attitude of the British, govern- .LCklU 1 0 V "S ic> U 11UU J UVliLiyCU L11O UltltMUV- CJ iin suburb of Lichenburs and murd- went toward the plan to sink interned ored sixty officers and soldiers in the'German war ships has 'been noticed HEWS STORIES Mary White, the only female Indian to survive the FROM SEVERE COLD Ht-i- to KM-! u.id JAaoT bauhe was found unscratched Mrs. became amonc Indians because of her keen knowledge of historical events, of bal superstitions, aud by her efforts advancement the Indian. Uv the Assoi-lnU'il rrcs.1 OX BOARD U. S. GEOIIGE WASH- INGTON March 10. President Wi.l- SOM sun-el.inR from a cold and al- k .dead troublegomo in his room the Rrcaier of the time on advice of Rear Admiral Grayson, his medical attend- >h -.lit I The George Washington ,s expect- -ir is oricinallv to ai i ue at Brest .as orig since the retuan of Premier Lloyd George to Paris. It now appears probable that instead of the German craft beins sunk Great Britain will be willing to permit France and Italy to keep some of theships but will consent, to sink her own allotment. In this way England would relieve the United States of going ahead with her naval building program which it is understood was based on the desire to keep the balance of naval power on the present footing. The addition of a limited number of war ships to the French and Italian navies would not disturb the present balance. TEXAS WILL VOTE ON FOUR AMENDMENTS Texas, March will be four constitutional amend- ments submitted to the people in the special elections called for May 24 There can be no others sub- mitted on that date by the ,8laturei because of the tliiie for complying with law's In the matter ad- th  LONDON, March A German wireless dispatch reccivt'd lu-ro a semi-official report of n-cenl Ber- lin happenings, there last- ed from 10 o'clock Wednesday night, when mutineers opened fire on i lico headquarters with mini' tlirow- 1 t-rs and mac-hint1 nuns, until late i Friday night. It is said then- were I isolated encounters as late as Sat- I urday morning. Tln> dispatch; added .that final resistance is yet unbroken. ,but the crisis may be regarded as safely passed. If you have a friend whom death has bereaved Of one o'er whose loss lie has bitU'r- i ly grieved I And you'd lighten his sorrow and soften his prief j And aid him to borrow of you some relief 1 From niiMii-nes that burden his Krief- ladeii hours, Ju.it send to his home a hunch of fresh flowers. r.-in-Gt Ada Greenhouse. Base Ball Goods Baseball Mitts, Tennis Rackets, Tennis Balls, Baseballs, Rubber Balls. TRY OUR LINE School Ground Baseballs, Basketballs. Grtin Mays Drug Co. Ilex-nil LisRctt's Chocolates command hero has organized Qf (hfi rpuirned Sergeant j creasing me saiaij v mil-itary pntrols to maintain the d's-1 was one Of nrst Aiueri-; from to cipline of the American soldiers, says' boys to eulist a Canadian and I At this time there ai tin- Golos Primorya in a recent is- to ,hc He was officials who draw m sue. As proof of the effectiveness jn many of Ule batties on the. the chief executive of iliis sorvice. ''10 paper says that, front, brine gassed in the! reci'iitly thcro lias r.ot been a single attack the Germans made, scandal in which American soldier: battle of Ypres. HP was has been invohvd and the population j Woitnded and returned to this couu- 1 the outlying districts and the chief j lry are several state more salary than "executive- of the slat'-, tht jn the recruiting serv- the militia have expressed their jce Of the United States army for gratitude to Major Samuel Johnson, some Unit-. Having seen four years 'sition of grattue o in command of the American patrols, j of active service, he is in a 'Position There are ju patrol? each consisting i io Rivo a iiiessapt' to American men oi- .npn -.and women. _ j Se.rsea.nt Gabel is now working in TOK1O- The Imperial household i tho interest of t.he returnej men. nnuoiiuces that 000. 000 worth of j Now that the war is over and mm FIGHTS PRONE RATES AKD.MOKE WOMAN CANDIDATE KOH CHIEF OF ARUMOKE. Okla., .March Over l.SOO women have registered here for the primary election March IS. When the books closed today there were forty-four candidates for the offices of mayor, four commis- sioners, chief of police and four members of the school board. The women have organized, have a full ticket in the field and declare they will vote as a unit. There is one woman candidate, Mrs. Boh Hutch- ins, for chief of police and one for member of the school board, Miss Pearl B. Sayre. FORECAST. Probably fair and colder is the way the weather man reads the for Tuesday. Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you. C. A. Cummins. 1-16-tf Let a Want Ad get it for you. II U 11 M l.l ri V. 11 ii U v i' i 'J k v v forest lands belonging to the Imperial boys are coming back, some Ilv Ihr AssorinK-d WASHINGTON. March 10. The of Arkansas today filed a actlon'motion asking permission to insti- forCAi lands belonging to the imperial hoys are coming IKU.-.V. motiol, asking permission u, f-imilv will sold. Th.'so forest are must be taken in order that inteiiso I proceedings in the su- "alcs' enable _. revi'iiue hy il'O lands the class of properly. i must be given an opportunity to 'work, and ho must not be misundpr- stood if he -desires to rest a few weeks before starting. He has been M, L. ADA I weeks before starting. J-ie "ax PIOXKKR, in a task and well de- M. L. Sowers died at his home on East Ninth street Sunday night. The funeral services will be held nt the family residence Tuesday after- noon at 2 o'clock, Rev. W. M. Crutchfield, assisted b yRev. E. A. Kardee, officiating. Interment, al Rosedale cemetery. His death wns; dun to pleurisy from which he suf- fered about a- week. i Deceased was among I he pioneers, of Ada and had for many years i been In the employ of the M., K. T. railroad. He was a man of sterl- j ing character and unblemished rep- utation. a loving husband and kind; father and a loyal serves a rest. youn.K man will interest his tonisht. He is filled to with his subject and lias a wonderful fund of experience to draw his conclusions and illus- trations from. AT THE PUT LIBERTY. Speck's Comedians will open an 'engagement with a highly .enter- ____________ Uainlng program this evening. This riiNsidr-Smitli. company presents three and four-act _ dramas and comedy dramas with The marriage of Mr. Sidney Cas-i specialties between acts. The pic- .sidy Alpha Smith was sol-', ture program presents Jack Abbey lomnized Saturday, March S, at p.' in t.he The Mystic Faces. It i m at the home'of 'Mr. and Mrs. is a story of Oriental -mysticism ami IJ. R, Donaghey, Rev. W. H. Nellies western realism. i officiating. The wedding was a very iduiet affair, only the Immediate AMWHCAX. fiimilles and a few of the most In-j pear] white is featured In "The tl-mate friends of t-he Raiders." an intensely In- parties being present. teresting drama. Besld.es this there Mrs. Cassldy has been a resident wll] bo lwo coraedies, "Toto's Trou- of Ada for a number of years "Daring and Dynamite." has always been recognized as reels in the last, named comedy, young lady of exceptional charm of -____________________ manner and one who stands very high in the esteem of her -many 1 friends, I Mr. Cassidy Is tho son of H. L. j Cassldy and came to Ada three years ago. He recently returned from the navy where for two years he did good service America. He is an energetic .and ambitious young man and Jias a bright fulure. I MASONIC NOTICK. No. 119 is called in communication Tuesday at p. ni. to attend the funeral of Bro. W. W. Will-lams. MILES GRIGSBY, W, M. Let a Want Ad get it for you. tin1 Tress WASHINGTON, March comptroller of tlie currency today is- sued a call for a report of the con- dition of all national banks at -the close of business Tuesday, March 4. OKLAHOMA CITY, March The state banking commissioner to- day is-sued a call for a report ot the condition of all state banks at the close of business March 4. SOLllIKKS' BONUSES DELAYED BY FAILURE TO SKXD PATERS WASHINGTON. March ment to discharged soldldrs of the bonuses authorized by the last Congress is being delayed by the failure of the soldiers to comply with the requirements of the law. Win- Department disbursing officials announced today (hat thousands of soldiers had sent "true copies of their discharge papers and that pay- ment of the bonuses would be de- layed until the original copies are sent. In cases where the original certificates have been lost, it was slated, the original order for dis- charge must be submitted. W WILLIAMS DIED MOXDAY MORXIXCJ W W. Williams died at his .home i on East Eighth street this morn-j ing at 1 o'clock. The funeral serv-[ Ices will be hold at. the i church Tuesday afternoon at Interment at Rosedale cemetery with honors of the Masonic fraternity. Mr. '.Williams had lived at Ada for the past two or three years and was a -man of splendid reputation. He had; been 111 only a short time and although every attention a lov- ing fajnUy could give was'his, it availed nothing. Exclusive Suit Modes For Spring The supremacy of fine tailoring, with all its attendant graces, niceties of detail and elegancies, is a traditional quality of our suits Cor women and misses, by such token as finely modeled narrow shoulders and close fitting collars, by the bal- ance and drape of coat and skirt lines, by the cleverly set in sleeves. Our tailor-mades a're distinctive. to rEitablished 1903 JI5-H7 West Main St. Phone W   

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