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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Z\)t gfoa Chuting;  VOLUME XV.  NUMBER 308.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Ladies’ New  Spring Suits  Every woman knows that a tailored suit is an investment that yields most generous returns.  This week we have received and placed in stock a large and very attractive assortment of Ladies’ Spring Suits in tile newest styles and fabrics. Some are tailored styles; others are in box effects; and still others are of the dressier type.  Prices: $25 to $65  Now Ready—A generous assortment of new styles in Ladies' Hats, Capes, Dresses, Skirts and Waists.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  a Krum  ON STATTS OK NKW !■ %YS HI NS MIST HAIK ( HANI K HAI) KKD NATION ALMOST KEADY TO    OR    CAX KAY LITTLK    (TIKH  (ii VK OTT.    IN DHM MTY.  ILANO THAT MA SHALT PKItSONS ON THAIN.  By tho Associated Presa  PARIS. March 12. Tho peace conference commission on Czechoslovak affairs has almost completed its work. An official communique of the commission given oui after the fifth meeting today under the presidency of Jules Cam bon makes announcement and states that direction for the preparation of its report has beep given.  Bv the Associated Press  PARIS, March 12. “We have reached a crisis in the affairs of the world," said Secretary Lansing at a banquet given tonight by the interallied press club in honor of the American peace commissioners. Mr. j Lansing declared emphatically that the allies must feed Germany and open foreign markets to them if the 1  dangers of bolshevism are to’ be avoided. "You may (fenland reparation as much as you please," he said, “but unless Germany is furnished materials for industry and commercial opportunity and unless laborers have food. Germany can never pay, even iti pail, for the evil she has done.”  Lansing further declared if the present chaos in Germany remains unremedied there will be *110 government strong enough to carry out the peace terms.  By the Associated Tress  NOGALES, Ariz., March 12.—Joachim Ocna, the Yaqui Indian chief who led the band which attacked af Mexican railroad train in Jany. IJH 8, killing forty-three persons, was captured and executed at Sierra; Bacattettc in Rio, the Yayui district Sunday last, according to official advices.  (TIM AGO II KAL KST ATK DKA LKII WOIADS THURK; ( OMMITH SI It IDE.  By the Associated Tress  OHICAOO, March 12. Two policemen and a civilian ate in hospitals today    with    bullet wounds    inflicted by a    man    barricaded    in    hts  house while    the    latter lies    in    the  morgue with his head almost blown off by turning the weapon on* himself. Prom IO o’clock last night until I this morning George Ondeck, real estate dealer and expert marksman. held af bay over fifty policemen exchanging shot for shot and driving the besiegers to cover many times. The police were hunting him with a    warrant sworn    by    his  wife. charging cruelty. '  11,360 SCHOLASTICS IH PONTOTOC COUNTY  The following is tile report of the scholastic enumeration of the various districts of Pontotoc county now on lilt* with Supt. Floyd:  Allen . » .  ..  576  BE FREE TO ALI  CONTROL OK NAVIGATION HY SPECIAL COMMISSION RECOMMENDED.  Plant your pansy bed now Ada Greenhouse.    3-4-tf  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 cla-s of work and. we know how—    *  Stall’s Studio  PHONE ILI  T OF 90TH DIVISION ARRIVE  By the Associated Tres*  NEW YORK. Mail rh 12. With 1.922 troops, the st* antship Iowan ; arrived today from St. Nazaire. The units included the 215th trencn mortar battery, three officers aud sev-j enty-five men of tin* Ninetieth division of the national army men of Texas. Arizona, New Mexico and, (Oklahoma, bound for camps Bowie, i Dix and Travis.  3  lib  lr fit!  3 ii B  iii  he Price  of 9 Mappn  mess  ll  *  I  5  e know a young bride who was lonely and unhappy at home, with her husband at business  all day.  She decided that a Victrola would be “good * company," so she bought one from us.  A few days ago we asked her if the Victrola was worth to her what it cost.  “A thousand times more!" she replied. *‘I sing with the Victrola when I sew, and dance to its music when I dust. And the price of happiness was mighty little!"  Victrola  Your home would oe happier with a Victrola in the house. Any home would be.  GWIN & MA\S DRUG (JO.  ING T THREATEN TROUBLE  B> 11*A*sot tailed Press  HALIFAX, N. S.. March    12.—  Threats of 2 00 troops of the British army who enlisted in the United State.-, Moi them American citizens, to sink the transport Toloa unless immediately allowed to land and pro-ceed to their destinations in the United States by rail, was reported to Canadian authorities today by Captain Jackson, commander of the transport! Oap». Jackson said his ship was at the soldiers’ mercy.  si MM Ells CHAPEL.  This section was visited b> a heavy lain Friday night.  Fanners are somew hat behind with th* ir work, aud the rain w ill put them still farthei behind, but I think most • >I them mean to tak* advantage of the rain and work the roads, which an* .-lire in need of work.  A. C. Baldwin is hauling lumber im a new house which when completed, will b** the sixth new house built in this neighborhood this winter.  The school children of Summers Chapel are hustlers. They sold garden seed and orders! a flag for the school ’house, which is expected to arrive this week.  The singing at Jack Wood’s Sunday afternoon was enjoyed by all present.  Miss Minnie Wall was visiting her parents at Roff Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pannell attended singing at Yeager Sunday afternoon.  Mr. and Mrs. J. V. St ants were shopping in Stratford Wednesday.  Miss Lea fie* Holland w’as the guest of Miss Mary Berry Sunday.  Irene aud Bernice Staats were visiting Zona and May Turner Sunday.  Mr .and Mrs. CT a ley Summers were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Summers Sunday.  McCall Chapel. . .  Francis......  Ty rota.........  Bebee.........  Maxwell........  Galley........  Pm ish Chapel. . .  Lanham........  i enter........  Egypt........  Oakman.......  Happyla nd.....  Black Rock _  I)enn>........  Halls Hill......  Conway ....  Homer........  Ada.........  Pickett _  .....  Colbert.......  Van oss........  Union Valley . .  Knox........  Elm Flat......  Ahloso. . ___  .    .  Loveland......  Haskell.......  Lula. . .    .    .    .  Stonewall......  Frisco.  ......  Rocky Chapel___  Fitzhugh......  Lightning Ridge.  Hart........  Do! berg.......  Roff..........  Laxton.......  Franks.......  Jesse.........  Union Hill.....  Pleasant Hill...  Sunshine......  Horseshoe Ranch  Onward.......  Owl Creek.....  Cedar Grove... .  Worst ell......  Cresco........  Latta.........  New Bethel... .  La w re nee......  Canyon Springs. . Pecan Grov e . . . .  Steed man.....  Blue Mound ... .  Red Oak __  Yeager........  Bell View.....  Summers Chapel. Jones Chapel. . . Pleasant Valley. . Walnut Grove. . .  Wilson........  Burrow’.......  104  334  rn «> I *.  125 202 137 0 4 140 203 143 172 82 80 7 a 60 107 117 ,533 159 194 235 113  149 40 79  109 94 147 34 2 229  105 205 111 192 139 524 IOT 121  150 89  187 56 43 132 107 117 125 9 5 89  151 83 65 91  142  72 130  69  86  134  56  56  73 159  55  Ty the Associated Tres*  PARIS, March 12. Recommendation that navigation of the ’ River Rhine be opened to all nations without discrimination was made in the report to the peace conference by the commission on waterways .railways and ports today. It is suggested that the Rhone be controlled by a commission similar to the Danube commission.  The status of the Kiel canal has been settled by the commission on a basis of free use for all nations for merchant vessels or warship in peace times. The canal would continue under German ownership and operation. The question of fortifying the canal is left to the decision of military and naval experts.  RIG CAR STRIKE IN NEW JERSEY  $  House  BASEMENT  Furnishing  Sale  ALL THIS WEEK TO DUY THE HOUSEWARES THAT EVERYBODY NEEDS  We have added three days to our House-Furnishing Sale, making this full week a big money saving sal£ to the buying public.    •  THIS WEEK ONLY TO BUY AT TH ESE PRICES  EXTRA SPECIAL  Plain White Salad Bowls, 20c Each.  WATER BUCKETS  10-qt. size, galvanized Water Buckets; on sale, each  39c  DUST PANS.  Made of heavy Japaned tin. Special,*  each ____________  15c  SAD IRONS.  Mrs. Potts Iron Sets, consisting of three irons, handle and stand; complete, at ___________  $1.75  is.  $1.39  SLOP JARS.  White China Slop Jars; special----  TOILET SOAP.  All 10c soap, now--------Sc  All 5c soap, now’_________4c  * 8 oz. Table Tumblers______5c  FLOUR SIFTERS.  One quart sizes, heavy tin; 25c values; on sale,    *1  each ______________it/C  GUERNSEY CASSEROLES  Two-quart size with in-sets in heavy nickel plated frames; regular price $2.50 tfv | /JA values for ______(J) I «Ot/  CUPS and SAK ERS  Imported China from Japan; $1.25 value, now’,    f\f\  set -I______________1/V C  SHOE POLISH.  10c Shinola ___________ He  10c Baby Elite___________Sc  RUBY GLOSS POLISH AND MOPS GUARANTEED.  The best on the market; one mop with handle and 6-ounce bottle of Ruby Gloss    dj |  Polish; sale price  JL  ALL GLASSWARE REDUCED  NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY \ r OUR DINNERWARE.  SEE THE GOOD PATTERNS WE HAVE.  20 PER ( ENT OKE ON EVERYTHING IN THE BASEMENT.  Mfuiws^  JTTOTl.UPIJfUlJJH J  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  Established In IQM ADA, OKLA.  MRO. J. T. CONN MISO BERYL BUCKLEY PASSES AWAY! AI NORMAL TONIGHT  By tm* Associated Press  NEW’ARK, N. J., March 12. Virtually all surface car lines of the pub-  !  lie service railway company which operates through 141 cities and towns' in northern New Jersey, were tied ) up today because of the strike of 4,-500 employes.  I  ROCKY CHAPEL ITEMS.  We are having some unsettled weather at present.  The farmers are busy preparing to plant their crops.  \Y*‘ had church at Rocky Chapel Sunday and a nice crowd attended. I Brother Paine conducted the service.  Mr. and Mrs. Rupert visited their daughter, Mrs. Jim Sherrell Sunday and also Mr. W. L. McKinley and family visited Mrs. Sherrell.  Mr. an i Mrs. S. C. Smith visited Leo Smith Sunday.  Tne young folks had a nice singing at W. L. McKinley's Sunday aft- ' ernoon.  Singing at Bud Creech's Sunday night was well attended.  Our school is progressing nicely. Miss Marie Stratton, our teacher attended the teachers’ meeting Friday and Saturday at Ada.  Quite a crow’d visited Mrs. Tom Holt Sunday. Miss Pearl Kirkad of 1  Ada. was there also.  Grandma Dodd and Mrs. Forker and Mrs. Edd Ellis’ family were all visiting Mrs. Holt.  Health is good at present at Rocky Chapel.  Mrs. Martin Phillips and Alex took a flying trip to Ada Saturday.  Bud Creech has bought a car.  ROCKIES.  Mrs. Carlie Conn, wife of J. T. J Conn, died Tuesday night about 12 t o'clock at the family home.  Funeral arrangements will not be announced until it is learned whether or not her sister, who is in New York, can attend.  Death w’as due to a stroke of paralysis suffered about twenty-four hours before the end came.  Deceased, then Miss Carrie Chapman, was married to J. T. Conn, fourteen years ego at Wichita Falls, Tex. ; The marriage was a happy one and ; her passing is a severe blow to her ; husband and son. Jack.  Mrs. Conn was a member of the Presbyterian church and was a consistent Christian .loved and respect- ; ed by all of the large circle of friends I here and elsewhere.  Miss M. Beryl Buckley, interpretative reader, will give one of her delightful programs at the normal auditorium this evening at 8 o’clock. This one will be a rendition of the famous novel. The Shepherd of the Hills. This will be the last number of the lyceum course.  Miss Buckley is no stranger to the public of Ada. Two or three years ago she gave in the Palace of the King and charmed a large audience. It was pronounced one of the best ever heard here and the number to be given this evening will be equally as good. Miss Buckley is a lyceum star of the first magnitude and her program will be one of the finest of this' season of first class numbers.  Let a Want Ad get it for you. '  If you have a friend whom death has bereaved  Of one o'er whose loss he has bitterly grieved And you'd lighten his sorrow and soften his grief And aid him to borrow’ or you some relief  From mein-rles that burden his griefladen hours.  Just send to his home a hunch of fresh flowers.  3*10-61    Ada Greenhouse.  Methodist Sermon Theme*.  Our sermon subject for Sunday morning at the First Methodist Church will be "Gold’ Gold!! Gold!!!"  "The Devil of Gossip” will be the evening subject, and we hereby give excuse from attendance to all professionals. Others are expected and will have a "warm” welcome.  WALLACH M. CRUTCHFIELD,  Pastor.  Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moore received yesterday a cablegram from , their son Robert, who is in France, saying that he wus well. Robert, who is now a first lieutenant, made a rapid rise in the army. He entered as a buck private aud went by hard work to a first lieutenant and now is the town major, having in charge the billeting of the men. He is stationed at La-Brall.  Grand Total ___...    .  White Males.........  White Females........  Total White........  Number Deaf and Dumb.  Number blind........  Number Feeble minded..  Colored Males.........  Colored Females......  Number Indians.......  Nullifier Freedmen.....   1 1 FAMOUS M ASON TO BK  5 ’ 5 ~°  1     HERE    SATURDAY    NIGHT j  Grand Master Joseph W. Morris,j A. F. Hi A. M., will be in Ada Satur- | day night and Sunday. Saturday night I he will address the members of Ada Lodge, No. 119, ami will give the ;  members valuable information. A full attendance is requested by the j lodge officers.  . . 5,485  . .11,005  13  *>  13  . . .    184  171 318 68  AT THE PEAY HOUSES  LIBERTY.  Speck's Comedians will present 1  the play, "World and Women." this! evening. Also entire change of specialties between acts. The picture! program features Tom Mix in 1  "Shooting Up the Movies." Besides this. the comedy, "Taking the Count,” will be presented.  Notice O. K. H.  Regular meeting of Eastern Star Chapter No. 78 Thursday night. There will be an initiation. All members and officers are requested to be present.— Esther Wood, Sec'y.    3-12-2t  AMERICAN.  Dustin Fa rn urn Is presented in tin] drama, “Light of the Western Stars.” This from one of Zane Grey's best stories. Another feature of the program will be the third episode of Houdini, "The Man of Mystery.” This is an eight-reel program.  klHMFV Y*  a  deceptive disease— IVlUliC I thousands have it aud  T'DCll TRI p don t know it. lf you want * NvvCDLiL; good results you eau make no mistake by using Dr. Kilmer's Hwarap-Koot, the great kidney medicine. At druggists in large and medium size bottles. Sample six? by parcel Post, a No pamphlet telling you about it. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co , Binghamton, N. Y„ and enclose ten cents, also .nentiou the-----------  The Ada Evening News.  THE CHEERFUL CHERU5  • mmmommmmmmamrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m  Iti every p«norb dvty To look kis very beat 5o *fake vkt>t Nature 5 Lve yov And "try to do tke, rest  rn-*!  Raining “Cats and Dogs."  til England the rattle blossoms of the willows are called "cats and dogs" anc u rainstorm would shake them off nlustre w then on the ground. Hence arose the expression "raining cots and doga*  Benton’s Blight Remedy for sale at Gwln & Mays Drug Store. Guaranteed. 2-27-2rao*  A Sale  Boy’s Blue Serge  SUITS  that will appeal to boys and their parents  Our reputation for selling only the best grades of Boys’ Clothing is too well known to need further remarks. Hence when we announce a reduction in price on our Boys’ Suits, the occasion is one that parents will eagerly note.  All Blue Serge Suits for Boys go on sale at the following prices:  $ 6.50 and $7.50 Suits now___________________$4.75  $ 9.50, $10 and $11 Suits now_________________$7.50  $12.50 and $15.00 Suits now__________________$9.75  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.  Phone 117   

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