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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 &\)t Hba €bentngSebs  VOLUME XVI.  NUMBER 3.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  ii F I IC T ll II ll ( LASHES HE* TWKKX AM KUK'A VS ANH JAPS KXPtKTfcH).  Wll.l. ENDEAVOR TO ll KAI) OKI TH BEATEN HD STIO KH IN HIG INDL’STRIKE.  By the AModatdl Prt*Mn  WASHINGTON, March IT American Minister Reinsch at Peking advisal the state department today that all is quiet at Tien Tsln where there "as trouble last week between American soldiers and Japanese, and that lie wan sending a full report of the incident by mail. The department instructed him to report all the important facts by cable immediately. It has developed that the marines were not mixed up in the trouble. It is said that the attack by the Americana came after the American consul had been stoned by Japanese after he had forced the release of two Americans held by the Japanese.  by tho Associated Presa  LONDON, March 17. ^r— Premier Lloyd George is expected to return to London to be present during this week which is regarded as crucial in labor affairs. On Thursday the coal commission will make a report Which will decide whether the miners will proceed with the threatened strike. Friday there will be conferences between railway men and the “triple labor alliance” to decide on a strike policy. Revelations by the coal commission relative to large profits in the coal industry are leading to insistent demands that shipping, iron and steel and other large industries be investigated also.  P  Wash Fabrics  It iou do any sewing ai home for youi"self or children, you ll be interested in our line of La Porte Wash Fabrics. ll would be hard to imagine more beautiful fabrics than the wash goods we are showing for your Spring sewing.  —Kiltie Gingham —Liberty Voile —Sheer Organdie —Tissues —Voile Fantasie —Zephyrs  —Knockabout Suiting —White Goods  Prices: 25c to 65c  The Yard  $  III  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  C O! HT GILA NTS APPUI A ITON TO ll FAU TEST HATH P ASK KROM KANSAS.  By the    Pre**  WASHINGTON. March IT. Authority of Postmaster General Bur-leson to Increase telephone rates throughout tile country is to be determined by the supreme court which today granted the state of Kansas permission to institute proceedings against the postmaster general to test the validity ot new loll rates established December I J. last. The court Ordered the return be made in th** cast* at the October term.  KXPKSSIYK HAINS PIT I .A HG KST STH KA.MS OPT OK HANKS; WMT! ITA THU KATH NKO.  P.* i ti** Associated Pres*  KANSAS CITY. March 17. Residents of many Kansas localities near the Kaw. Rig and Little Arkansas and Smoky HIH river* awoke early this morning uncertain whether nightfall would find them refugees from high water. Unprecedented rains have swollen the rivers over a wide section of north and central Kansas. lf the water goes much higher at Wichita the packing house district will be flooded. Much livestock is reported drowned in the rural districts.  New Blouses; Special at  Do you need a Blouse or two to freshen your Spring wardrobe? These are not only marked below the usual price of such styles, but possess just the charm and ease that von will want to slip into today.  Silks and wash Fabrics For Easter Apparel  You will find a wide selection of the Highest Quality of materials for this special event.  Now' is the time to make your selections.  DEPA RTM EN TS TORE  PHONE 77  S.bt. SHAW, PROP.  Established in 1908  AOA, OKLA.  Notice, Yeomen.  Ada homestead    meets    tonight    in  regular session at    the    I    O O    F  hall. Have several new members to initiate. Will serve refreshments All members are urged to be present.  Masons, Notice.  Ada Lodge No.    lilt    will meet  promptly at 7:1; ii    this    eve ming    for  work in the Master’s degree.  MILKS C GRIGSBY, W. .VI  Fruit Trees.  I have several choice cherry, apple. peach, plum and shade trees; also grape vines, for immediate delivery . This is superior stuff, nurse r> grown and sizes to suit. Heeled near Ada Marble Works. West 12th. W. W. Dodd    3-1    7-11.  SOLDI KUS SHOULD HAVE  DISCHARGES REI NIEDER  Mrs. Snead, Red Crow Secretary, has been advised by the war department that all soldiers should have their discharges put on record in the office of the county clerk, so that if by any chance, the original is lost, one may still have something official at hand in case of need.  Notice, \\\ O. W.  All members are urged to be present at the meeting Tuesday evening.   1  March 18. A complete report from J the head camp meeting at Sulphur* I will be made; also a class of sixteen for initiation. Refreshments will be served.  R. H. BENNETT. C. C,  3-17-2t.  SAY THEY WIIJi NOT SIGN l'&AUK j SERIOUS OUTBREAK REPORTED HAIT IK TERMS TOO    i    AT    TANTA, 75 MILKS  STRONG.    KROM « AIRO.     -;    40c Plate Lunch.  Republic tires do not peel off like j Cafe. 11:30 to 2:00. a banana.    3-12-tf    ment.  Harris Hotel New Manage-3-3-lmo  Attention, Elk*.  Initiation tonight, K o’clock sharp. Eighteen candidates. Rig time.  E S HARAWAY. K. R.  yjt  W/X':  J Bv th** Associated l*r»*a  LONDON, March IT The test question for German delegate* at the peace conference will be “the west bank of the Rhine.” says a Berlin dispatch to the Mail. Th** delegates w ill be authorised to break off negotiation* ir this matter is forced upon them and in this case; the cabinet will support the delega-j lion and resign if lh** national assembly takes a different attitude.  By 1 ti.* AsMM-tatcd Press  LONDON, March IT. There has been rioting at Tanta. Egypt, an important city on tile Nile, seventy-five miles above Alexandria, in connection with the disorders there during tile past week. On March 12, 3,OOO persons attempted to rush the railroad station at Tanta. but were repulsed by police and troops. There was fighting and twenty-two casualties reported the Cairo dispatch received here.  SINKING CLERKS  IO  STORM DAMAGE IN  VS  VZ  .,  HA rn  ! Vt  Dancing  at your own home any time with the best dance music and without expense if you have a  Victrola  A Vwtrol* lot every taste and every purse. La*y term*  GWIN & MAYS DRUG LO.  By th** Associated Press  ATLANTA. Ga., March 17 About I SOO clerks employed on all roads entering Atlanta except the Nashville, Chatanooga £ St. Lcfuis, returned to their desks this morning after having been out on a strike since Friday and effectually tying up freight traffic in adjacent territory.  Norwegian government experimenters have succeeded In producing a bread containing 20 per cent Of fish  Every woman In India who hasj lost a relative in the war will reedy* a portrait of Queen Mary of j Great Britain.  Women accepted for the police I force in London take three month*’I training and if successful they become constables.  By the Associated Press  Oklahoma city. March 17 Three deaths at Dover, all colored people, and possibly two at Porter, Okla., was the result today of a tornado which swept Kingfisher and adjacent counties about 7;30 Saturday night and caused damage estimated at between $30,000 and $50,-000. The two deaths at Porter could not be confirmed.  I  I  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—-  Stall's Studio  PHONE 8ft  tty tin* A sso* iii I rd Prest*  VICKSBURG. Miss., Match 17 -Searchers today continued to limit for the victims of the tornado which swept southwest Mississippi yesterday. The bodies of. J. AV. Johnston, wealthy Paatherburn planter, and eight negroes, have already been discovered.  The loss is estimated in excess of $ 1,000,000, principally cypres* and gum timber.  40c Plate Cafe. 11:30 ment.  Lunch,  to 2:00.  Harris Hotel New Manage-3-3-lmo  Benton’s Blight Remedy for sale at Gwin & Mays Drug Store. Guaranteed. 2-27-2mo*  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  The Well-Dressed  w  Oman  WEARING the proper model in the right kind of a corset gives one the feeling of being well dressed, but the corset must fit.  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