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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he Hlba Cbentng JOtetog VOLUME XVI. NI IM RER I. ADA. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Better Styles Than Ever Before I - HTH IS Spring II everyone |i I I want8 limit! v a % ^ * a ^ i . only natural; we’ve all had a big job on our hands; saving, military service; didn't have much time to think of st vie. X o w it’s a I I over; the boys are coming back; ever} hoy’s happy; they vv ant clothes that express their spirits a n d we’ve got them; that’s our job. to see that you ret the best, authentic ideas. Hart Schaffner & Marx waist-seam suits are the best styles going They give one the mi It ary bearing; chest-out; trim waist; there are variations for every taste. PRICES $25 to $50 \ppropriation for m w normal BUILDING PASSES HOISE. Senate Hill 243. appropriating $ I Od,OOO,OOO to construct and equip a new building for the lh vt Central State Normal, passed tile lower house of the legislature this afternoon at 2 o’clock with only two dissenting votes, according to a telephone mes sage to the News from President J. M. Gordon. This hill has already passed the senate ann the action of the house assures the erection of the building, as the governor is reported to have expressed himself as being favorable to the measure. President Gordon^ind Robert Witn-bish. who have been in Oklahoma City for several days looking after the welfare of the bill, will be back in Ada tonight. They are feeling great (<vvi the outcome. MUES CLASH En WI ll KIM > KT Fit JAPS I) RO VK AMERI-FANS OFT—MARINKO TOMK RACK WITH WAI JAH*. PART OF APPROPRIATION LEFT. POM NI ITTER MADE SOME MONEY. STEVENS-WILSON CO. The home of Hart Schul t iter A Marx clothe*. By I he Associated Press PEKING, March 14—American Marines raided the Japanese concession at Tien Ta in forcing their way i intl) the Japanese consulate aud as-j saulting tile consul, according to dis-' : patches received here. The trouble is said to have been ■ caused by rough treatment given Atli-' erican soldiers in the Japanese quarter of the city where Japanese soldiers drove them out with fixed bayonets, wounding two seriously. Next day 200 marines off duty raided the Japanese concession. It is said that feeling is running high at Tien Tsin Investigating Riot. Washington. March 14 A closh between American troops. Japanese, policemen and some civilians at Tien Tsin was reported to the State Department today by Minister Redneck at Peking. The minister said he had sent first secretary, Spencer, to Tien Tsin to investigate and report. By th** Associated Press WASHINGTON, March 16. Settlement of the accounts of the committee on public information now' being made will show that the committee’s domestic work was virtually self sustaining, George Creel, chairman of the committee said today, reiterating the statement, he made upon his return from Europe that he had renig led as chairman. The president, he said, had not accepted his resignation. Of the original appropriation of $1-250.000 Creel said about $300,000 remained. About $400,000 had been made from notion pictures and war * xhibitions and paid into the treasury and about $250,000 more will come from this source. In discussing the peace conference Creel said lie would have nothing to do with the conference or its publicity. Appointe*! on Industrial Commit**ion. et tson as a member of the State By the A*i*o»iat«*d Press Industrial Commission to succeed E. OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. March I.. Mitchell, resigned. Mr. Taylor I PREMIER ANNOTATES DEMAND 14 Baxter Taylor of Vtoka was arrived this evening to assume his WILL RE MADE FOR CHANGE today appointed by Governor Rob- duties. BD n .. ii ft • • IN OLD TREATY. Dancing at your own home any time with the best dance music and without expense if you have a Victrola A VictroL for every taste and every purse. Easy terms GWIN ii MAYS DRUG I O. By the A>*o«*iati‘d Pres* BRUSSELS, March 15. Premier Delacrox announced in the Chamber of Deputies today that the supreme council of the peace conference had decided that the treaty of April IJK 1839, between Belgium and Holland must be revised. Enthusiastic *ap-plaus* followed the announcement from all parts of the chamber. The treaty of 18311 was signed at London after warfare which lasted since 1830 when Belgium revolted against Holland to whom she had been united by the congress of Vienna May 31. 1815. It was the treaty of 1839 which declare^ Belgium a neutral state and which was called a "scrap of paper" by Germany on August I. 1914. MUST CLEAR OFT OF CHINA PERMANENTLY, PEACE COF NEIL DECIDES. Br the Associated Press PARIS, March 14 The supreme council of the peace conference has virtually decided to Include in the preliminary peace treaty the requirement that Germany shall relinquish her leasehold of Tsing-Tao and all other properties and concessions on Shantung peninsula. No attempt, it is understood, will be made for the present to render a decision as to the ultimate poses-sion of Germany’s rights which is the subject of controversy between Japanese and Chinese delegates here. IO SECRET TREATIES WILL BK PUBLISHED TODAY By the Amo* tutwd Press PARIS, Ma rah 14- It is announced here that the secret treaties between China and Japan will be published Friday. DEATH NOTICE NIGHTS TEMPLAR. Ada Commandery No. 16 will meet to night at 7 o’clock in called communication for the purpose of work. F. C. Sims, Recorder. By the Associated Press PENSACOLA, Fla., March 14.— ! IVud Johnson, negro, who according to officers admitted attacking a well known white woman at Pace, Fla., was taken from Sheriff Farrell at Castleberry early today and burned to death near the scene of his alleged crime. 40c Plate Lunch, Cafe. 11:30 to 2:00. ment. Harris Hotel New’ Manage-3-3-lmo 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 84 I ARRIVES AT PARIS By the Associated Press PARIS. March 15.—President I Wilson returning to the peace con- j ference after his trip to the United States arrived at Paris shortly after j noon today. FUNERAL OF MRH. J. T. CONN SATURDAY AFTERNOON The funeral services of Mrs. J. T. Conn will be held Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the family residence. 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. MAcui j. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established In 1900 ADA. OKLA. JUST ARRIVED- New Spring Silk Dresses in authorative modes The charm of simplicity in Women’s Silk Dresses; they are Tailored, Beaded or Embroidered. Tunic, straight line or draped models, many colarless styles that accentuate the new slender lines; made of Chiffon Taffeta. Georgette combinations. Crepe de Chine and beautiful Foulards. PRICED FROM $16.50 TO $55.00. x SEE THESE NEW DRESSES TODAY. The Surprise Store * ‘ Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone ll7
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