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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ©it aba Cumins VOLUME XV. NUMBER 307. ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MARCH ll, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY New Spring PRESSES from Peggy Paige and other good makers. New styles and fashionable colors in Georgette, Taffeta and Foulards, at— $15 to $50 f f I Here are the Newest Ideas in Spring Hats from Gage, Fisk and Gold Medal. Street Hats, Dress Hats that are smart, pretty, different. Prices: $5 to $20 STEVENS-WILSON CO. INDEPENDENT STATIC .MAY (11KATKI) BY PH ACH UOM'IKKM'K. BE DRASTIC’ CONDITIONS WILL IIH IM POS HD ON SIZE OF (J KB- \ tty Hip As»dcUt***l Press PARIS. Mardi ll. While possible lieut i’m!bult ion of Austria has not yet come before the ‘ big five” in a formal manner it is being discussed here. Certain socialistic elements tin Austria are striving hard to pre-ivent it, but there -are other influences anxious to see it effected as it would give Austria protection sim-iliur to that enjoyed by Switzerland. There is a possibility that the peace conference will consider the neutralization of Austrian Tyrol which would afford protection to the northern frontier of Italy. BOHI P101 DISCOVERED IN U. S. TOWNS GO WET TWO TRANSPORTS ARRIVE FROM TRANCE By the AMO*’Ut«‘d Pres* NEW YORK. March ll. steamship Ohian arrived from deaux today wnth The Bor- 1.62 7 troops With 2.67 4 men the Vernon arrived By the Associated Press BOSTON. March ll Returns from eleven Massachusetts towns that voted yesterday on the question of issuing liquor licenses show that eight changed from dry to wet. ^ officers and Three of them. Scituate. Weymouth, steamship Mount and Hingham have been dry over a from ID cst. quarter of a century.    "    ;    . __If    the    bowels    are    clogged    up ^ . ., nnn i^n r    t*    poisons get into the blood, causing Take HLRBINE for indigestion.    strength,    skin    eruption,    dizzi- rslieves th- p. n in a few minutes*    ZI    _     „ and forces the fermented matter , WASHINGTON. March ll. Mail mutter seized since the signing of the armistice has disclosed that the I.WAV., anarchists, radical socialists and others are perfecting an amal-1 carnation “which has for its object the overthrow of the American Government through a bloody revel ii- j Hon” and the establishment of a j j bolshevik republic, according lo ai j memorandum sent to the senate, : propaganda committee by Solicitor j ' Lamar of the Postoffice depart* I menu The memorandum was made I public today by the committee, and • Chairman Overman said it would be j read into tike record tomorrow'. Declaring that in bolshevism the radical elements of Hie country had, I for the first time, “found a coin-j mon cause upon which they can ! unite,” Mr. Lamar said bis information showed that propaganda against I the government was being conducted with great regularity and 'its magnitude could be I "bold and outspoken j found in the literature. int: bis memorandum were ; hundred excerpts from mail showing the trend of the propagan-|da. These will be made public later. Particular reference was made by the Solicitor to the activity of the, dissatisfied foreign element in the Country, but he said that the I. M • W. was the most active in the dis-; I semination of the propaganda, because ik bas at its command a large | field force known as recruiting' agents, subscription agents, etc., who work unceasingly in the furtherance of the "cause* MAN ARMY. Bf the Associated Pre** PARIS, March ll- Military Germany will go out of existence as the result of the adoption by the supreme Connell tonight of military terms of German disarmament as they will go into the peace treaty. These terms provide sweeping reductions in the German military establishment down to 100,000 men with 4,000 officers, the army to be recruited by the voluntary system for a twelve-year period, This limits Germany’s military strength to less than Switzerland’s. Other provisions limit arms and munitions to a quantity sufficient for 100.000 men and all the remainder must he destroyed together with tile German forts along the Rhine. The Imperial general staff is also abolished. Discussion of the subject was resumed by the supreme council today. The council already has adopted the naval terms of the treaty except for a few provisions (which will he discussed tomorrow. Progress made to date practically insures the completion of the treaty bv March 20. COMMISSION Atilt KITS ON HS tit ll,T OF STARTING WORLD WAIL By I lie Associated Pres* PARIS, March ll.- It will be the fate of former Emperor William to lie branded for all time as an archcriminal by the solemn declaration of all nations assemblee^'* bt the pence conference (o which even his own country w'ill be called upon to subscribe in the peace terms, according to present plans of what is believed to be the majority of the commission on responsibility for the war. The report of the commission will he ready within a few days and indications are that the members are harmonious on the main points but difficulties regarding subordinate German officials are thought likely. PROCEEDINGS OE OKLA. LEGISLATURE MRS. AMELIA BARR, NOTED AUTHORESS, DEAD By the Associated Pres* NEW fORK, March ll. Amelia E. Barr, the noted authoress, died last night at her home in Richmond Hills, this city. Mrs. Barr was born in England in I HUI. For several years after com ing to America she lived in Texas, that! going to N* w York alter hoi husband measured by and three sons died of yellow fever statements**I in 1867. She was titty years ct ag* 1 Accompany- before sh.* attempted her first novel, several I but tor more than thirty years after matter continued to produce many stories, magazine articles and books. POPE HOULD HASTEN 5 OE PEACE BASEMENT House Furnishing Sale ALL THIS WUJEK TO BFY THE HOUSEWARES THAT EVERYBODY NEEDS We have added three days to our House-Furnishing Sale, making this full week a big money saving sale to the buying public. THIS WEEK ONLY TO BUY AT THESE PRICES EXTRA SPECIAL Plain White Salad Bowls, 20c Each. 39c WATER BUCKETS 10-qt. size, galvanized Water Buckets; on sale, each ---------- DUST PANS. Made of heavy Japaned tin. Special,    I    Ca each ______________IOC SAD IRONS. Mrs. Potts Iron Sets, consisting of three irons, handle and stand; complete, at •----------- FLOUR SIFTERS. One quart sizes, heavy tin; 25c values; on sale,    IQ/* each ______________I a/C GUERNSEY CASSEROLES Tw'O-quart size with in-sets in heavy nickel plated frames; regular price $2.50 values for ------ $1.69 $1.75 SLOP JARS. White China Slop d*-| OA Jars; special sp A •«[*•/ which causes the misery into the bowels where it is expelled. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith. Plant >our Greenhouse. pansy bed now. Ada •4-tf ness and vertigo (blind staggers). J Prickly Ash Bitters will open th**' bowels, drive out the impurities and restore strength, energy and cheerful] spirits. Price $1.25 per bottle. Gwin A: Mays Drug Co., special agents. Bf CARIER ABOLISHED It We Can Make It If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring It to us We have every facility for doing this class of work and. we know how — Stairs Studio PHONE *4 you have a friend whom death has b* reaved Of on* O’er whose hiss he has bitterly grieved And you’d lighten his sorrow and * spften ii is grief And aid him to borrow of you some relief From mem-ries that burden his griefladen hours. Just send to his home a bunch of fresh Bowers. 3-10-6t    Ada    Greenhouse. A wild auto race against time and i death. See this thrilling scene with I Dustin Fa rn urn in “The Light of Western .Stars. 1 ’ American Theatre j Wednesday, March 12. By th** Associated Pre** WASHINGTON. March ll. Double censorship of cables is abolished bv agreement between the United States and Great Britain aud made public today. The two countries agree hereafter that cable communications going through either will he subject to censorship only in | the country where the message orig-, ! inates. THE BOTH DIVISION MAY RMTI RN NEXT MONTH COBLENZ, March ll. he Thirty-I Sixth Division is expected to leave Antwerp for home during April, but j no definite date has been mentioned for the departure. The Thirty-Sixth Division is composed of Texas and Oklahoma National Guard troops. Bf the Associated Pres* PARIS, March ll.— It has be-, come known Pope <Denedict had addressed an appeal to the powers emphasizing the urgency of a speedy I conclusion of peace w ith Germany. It is understood that the Pontiff j states the Vatican possesses reliable I information that the situation in Germany, socially and economically, I is very grave and that he fears a I spread of bolshevism with* such ra-I pidity that it might result in i formation of a bolshevik state. th* AT IHE PIA! Base Ball Goods Baseball Mitts, Tennis Rackets, Tennis Balls, Baseballs, Rubber Balls. TRY OUR LINE School Ground Baseballs, Basketballs. Givin Gr    Mays Drug Co. Rexall Agents — Liggett** Chocolates Delicate Compliment oy Dear Wife. There is nothing so soothing to an elderly registrant as to have his dear wife pat his slippery crown and say that he needs a haircut dreadfully.— Grand Rapids Pre**. AMERICAN. Douglas Fairbanks appears in a brand new role In the play. He comes up smiling. Catching an escaped bird is not an easy thing to do, but walt and see how Fairbanks manages a difficult situation. Coming tomorrow, “The Light of the Westernize Stars. 0 IJ BERTY. Speck's Comedians present the five act feature, "The Great Divide ” The picture program presents Gloria Swanson in “The Secret Code," a dory of mystery and intrigue In the diplomatic circlet of Washington. Singleness of Purpose. “It may rn Mind strange,” said the boarding-house bachelor, “hut a lot of School of Mines men are convinced ‘hat th** easiest also approved. way to win th** battle of lift is to fight it single-handed.” Bills Approved by Governor. OKLAHOMA CITY. March ll. The hill creating a military academy at Claremore and making an appropriation of $125,000 for it was approved today by Governor Robertson. The bill re-establishing the at Wilburton w f us The house passed finally the bill establishing another school of mines at Miami and appropriating $130,000 for it. Helping One Another. Feel a real regard for your fellowmen and sonic one will always help you when you are Iii trouble.—St Louis Globe-Democ rat A. C. Chaney is advised that his brother, I*. D. Chaney, has arrived at Norfolk, en route from France. He was with I he Ninetieth Division and saw home hard service In the drive against the Huns. Geo. W. Muratet and family of Tulsa, are visiting his sister, Mrs. L. A. Br aly. # GRANGE IN AVIATION I One can do without music but who * wauls to. Gt'i an Edison. 2-18-tf By th** Associated Press WASHINGTON, March ll. Maj. Gen. Win. Kenly, director of military aeronautics, was relieved of that post today and in his permanent rank of colonel was ordered to report to the chief of field artillery for duty, Gen. Win. L. Mitchell w’as detailed to command the aviation service. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. March ll. Advancing bills on the calendar and passing finally some of them occupied the time of both houses of the legislature today. Many believe this w'ill be the last week of I the legislature, though others predict the members will be here annuller week after this. The conference committee naving in hand the road bills is working, and w'hile no announcements of progress are being made, it is known that many of the differences are being smoothed away in an amicable manner. On the biggest points, it must be undev-‘ I stood, the two house measures J agreed. There are legal points, however, relative to the bond issue that are taking the time of the committee. The first big demonstration in connection with the road legislation occurred today when morel than two hundred citizens of Shaw nee came to the capital in a special train. The house bill provides that the main road in w'hich Pottawatomie county is interested should go through Tecumseh, which is the county seat, and about eight miles distant from Shawnee. The senate bill has the road going through Shawnee. The delegation came to urge that the latter provision be retained. The senate sent to indefinite postponement the bill by Fleming and Vaughn that would provide a local option unit plan for the supervision of schools. It is somewhat on the county unit plan employed in some of th** other states. This is the second attempt in a legislature to establish such a system. Four years ago attempt w'as made to establish a statewide county unit system but this failed. Bills containing appropriations for the hoys’ training school at Pauls Valley, for expenses of members of Board of Medical Examiners, and the appointment of the “Arkansa-s River Commission” and providing for compensation, were passed finally by the senate. Bills providing for a department of high school inspections appropriation for extension division of the state university, appropriation for a deficiency for the Game Warden s Department, including fish hatcheries, appropriation for oil and gas extension at the experimental station, conferring upon Countv Courts jurisdiction coextens-with that of Justice of the Peace, were advanced by the Senate. The house passed finally the senate bill by Smith of the senate and Mahon of the house establishing a school of mines at Miami, and making an appropriation of $130,000 for it. The resolution by Glasser and others of the house proposing a constitutional amendment making four-year terms for all county officers and members of the legislature w'as passed finally in the house. This measure was perfected in the house Saturday but the roll was not called. At the time there was opposition from many members. Today there was not a voice raised against it, although several members voted against it. The bill raising salaries of members of the supreme court and of the criminal court of appeals from $4,000 to $6,000 a year was passed finally by the house. The measure must go to the senate for consideration. The bill creating a department of feed and grain inspection under jurisdiction of the State Board of Agriculture was advanced in the house. The salary for a chief inspector was fixed at $3,000 in the bill aud amended so that it is now $1,800. The bill requiring testing of glassware manufactured in the state or shipped into the state was advanced, as were, bills appropriating $01,000 for completing work on the capitol grounds, and another that would prohibit hauling or transporting of dynamite and nitroglycerine through the streets. The All All special TOILET SOAP soap. 10c 5c soap. now'--------Sc now_________4c x oz. Table Tumblers------5c 90c CUPS AND SAUCERS Imported China from Japan; $1.25 value, now', set -------------- SHOE POLISH. 10c Shinola -------------Sc 10c Baby Elite-----------Sc RI BY GLOSS POLISH AND MOPS GUARANTEED. The best on the market; one mop with handle and 6-ounee bottle of Ruby Gloss Polish; sale price----- ALL GLASSWARE REDUCED $i NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR DINNERWARE. SEE THE GOOD PATTERNS WE HAVE. 20 PEK CENT OFF ON EVERYTHING IN THE BASEMENT. S.H. SHAW. PROP. PHONS 77    Established    In    1909    AOA.    OKLA. sale under execution of stock in a corporation. A communication from Governor Robertson to the senate, received was amended so as to permit the hauling of dynamite within a certain distance of settlements. The house passed finally:    Bill.----- creating the state insurance board this    afternoon,    recommended    that    an and providing for the regulation appropriation    of    $12o,000    be    made and control of rates; bill by Graves relating to a thrasher’s lien on grain and providing procedure to foreclosure the lien; bill by Henry and Street providing for the organization of companies or associations by physicians and dentists, and hill by Disney providing for the levy and to buy forty acres of land south from the capitol. “Three to One—So the Odds Was Even.” Get this thrilling fight in “The Light of Western Stars.”—The American Theratre Wednesday, March 12. 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 for women and misses, by such token as finely modeled narrow shoulders and close fitting collars, bv the balance and drape of coat and skirt lines, by the cleverly set in sleeves. Our tailor-mades are distinctive. $15.00 to $75.00 The Surprise Store \ Established 1903 J J5-1/7 IVesf Main Si. Phone 117 MHR if WH

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