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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he gfoa Cheilitis J^etus  VOLUME xv.  NUMBER 309.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  in rums  ItOI.SHUM Kl APPOINT CARI NCT .GOVKRX.M ENT TROOPS AGAIN IN MINISTER TO MYXAGE ' COMPLETE f MENTHOL OF 11KH-PROPAGAXRA.    !    MW.    SAYS    RUPORT.  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 the 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,  j By the Associated Presa  LONDON, March 13. The Soviet government, with a view to proniot*-1 ing in Russia fdans for a world- 1  wide communist revolution, has ap-j pointed a new minister to be known I as "international commissary," according to a Helsingfoqs dispatch to j the Mail, quoting Moscow advices j The new minister is a Swiss named  Moor and he has been given unlim-j ited financial and poliiical powers at Moscow.  My (br Atocia led Brens  COPENHAGEN. March 13. -German government forces after lively fighting have succeeded iii driving the Spa it ara os out of the east section of Berlin, including the suburb of Lichtenburg. according to a Berlin dispatch filed Wednesday. Occupation of the district, the message states, was systematically carried out and considerable quantities of arms captured from the Spar-tacana. Losses on the government side are declared to be small.  FHI WAS FIKE, KEW LIGI OK J  JACK WANTS ANOTHER TRY AT WILLARD—JESS SAYS NOTHING IKR NG.  By the Associated Brens  HAVANA. Cuba, March 13. Jack Johnson, former heavyweight champion, in a signed statement to the Associated Press today declared his tight with Jess Willard here four years ago was a pre-arranged affair and that he allowed Willard to win. The former champion declarer, that unless Willard agrees to fight him within a reasonable time tie will claim ihe championship title.  Johnson said it was arranged that he should lose in the tenth lound provided Willard’s showing justified si. hut as Willard did nothing he was forced to wait until the twenty-sixth round before taking the count.  Willard Brands Slur)' as Kake.  L \WHENCE, Kan . March 13.— * J ii • k Johnson simply needs money and is frying to put over another match.” commented Jess Willard when told of Johnson’s statement that the championship fight at 11a-vanna w as a prearranged affair. ‘‘I do not intend to fight Johnson again or anv other colored man.”  CHARGED THAT FERDIN AX D’S DEATH WAS 1*1 JOTTED BY HILK OFFICIALS.  By the Associated Press  BERNE, Switzerland, March 13.— Charges that the assassination of Archduke Francis F'erdinand and his wife, the Duchess of Hohenberg, at Sarajeve June 28. 1914, was the result of a deliberate plot led by the late Count Tisza. former Hungarian premior, are made in a pamphlet written by a priest who was the spiritual adviser of the Duchess, according to a Vienna dispatch to the Frankfort Gazette. ‘The most elementary precautions were omitted.” say?* ttie priest. * He was simply led into a trap prepared by the court at Vienna and the Hungarian aristocracy. headed by Count Tisza. Francis I Ferdinand repeatedly refused to go J to Sarajevo.”  Lieutenant Cooke to Speak.    His theme will have to do with Soul  Sunday morning just before the j Winning, and his message will have sermon at the Methodist church, special interest for those active in Lieutenant R. W. Cooke of the U. S. our Decision Day Campaign.- Wal-Armv will .-.peak as a Minute Man. I lace M. Crutchfield. Pastor.  jheRptee  moss  We 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 dc happier with a Victrola in the houae. Any home would be.  UH IN & MAYS DRUG LO.  WILSON ARRIVES AI BREST TODAY  By the Assoriated Brea*  ON BOARD V. S. S. GEORGE WASHINGTON. March 13    (7:00 p  na.) President Wilson expect* to arrive at Brest about 8:30 o'clock Thursday evening. He will board a special train immediately after a brief reception and will probably arrive at Baris about 9 o’clock Friday morning.  DEBS t'ALLS TROTSKY  Ft BIFROST STATESM A N  CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 13.  In what may Tie his farewell public address before he begins serving a ten year sentence imposed by the federal court here on a charge of violating the espionage act. Eugene V. Debs, socialist leader tonight upheld the bolshevik rule in Russia and referral to Ivenine and Trotsky as the “foremost (dalesmen of age.”  Debs said the judges of the United States supreme court were “begowned, be-whiskered, be-powdered old fossils, who have never decided anything.”  FEEDS SOLDIERS  The Red Cross of Ada made a record Wednesday afternoon by providing 200 lunches for a detachment of negro soldiers on two hours notice. When a wire came from Henryetta making the request Mr. Simpson and Mrs. Snead hastily gathered eight assistants and went to work. It was time to begin supper operations at Mrs. Land’s, but she took time to boil 200 eggs for the lunches. Ham sandwiches and picgles were prepared and each lunch put into a separate paper bag and the whole delivered to the hungry troopers by Cannon, the porter at the Elks’ Hall when the train arrived, shortly after 6.  The colored boys were delighted arni complimented the Red Cross highly for the treat. They were among the overseas troops and en route to Camp Travis to be discharged.  I  TROOPS ARRIVE AT  NEWPORT NEWS. YA.  By the Associnted Press  N E W PORT N EWS. Va.. M a reh I 3 The D. S. S. A coleus, bringing 3,029 troops, arrived this morning from France. Southern troops included the 131st field artillery complete.  JUDGE PHILLIPS OF  KANSAS CITY DEAD  fly I he Associated Pres*  HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. March 13. Judge John F. Phillips of Kansas City died at 6 a. rn. today at the country home of Colonel S. W. Fordyce near this city.  WIEL HEAR CASE  fly the Associated Brei**  WASHINGTON, March 13. Hearings on the controversy between the New Jersey service corporation and its striking employes will begin here tomorrow' morning before the war labor board. Acceptance of an invitation to both sides to submit their differences was received today irom the public service corporation and it was decided to proceed with the arrangements without waiting for the strikers’ i eply.  We Can Make It  lf 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 H4  SETTLEMENT OE HARBOR STRIKE  By the Associated Press  WASHINGTON, March 13.—Early settlement of <he New York harbor strike was predicted today by department of labor officials when they were advised that some of the private boat owners were willing to accept the proposals of their employes. How many boat owners had reached this decision was not stated.  TRANSPORT ARRIVES  WILM JKI1 MEN  NEW YORK. March 13. ~ The steamship Espagne arrived today from Havre with 53 4 troops most of them casuals.  Spring  Coats  Special at  $15  These coats with their striking airs and fine materials are sure to meet with the approval of any one that is looking for a popular and low price Spring Coat.  VALUES UP TO $20.  Silk Petticoat Special  In a good grade of silk, assorted colors and styles__  VALUE $6.50—$4.95,  The Charm of Spring  Is Reflected in This Millinery Special FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  Each day brings greater need for Spring Hats. Gay and chic modes are particularly welcome. These are tailored and pattern hats. Values up to $8.50—  SPECIAL—$5.50.  Men's Belt Special  A big line of Men's Belts in good leathers— Tan and Black. Values 65c—  .    SPECIAL—50c.  DEPARTMENT STORE  RHONE 77  S. M. SHAW. PROP.  Established in IQM AOA. OKLA.  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