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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             Cbenmg VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 6. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Styles -Reasonable Pi ices -Good Quality Are all embodied to an unusual degree in our lines of Woman's Spring Garments. Almost every express brings us new styles that are being freely selected by our customers. About half the secret of good dressing lies in selecting appro- priate clothes. Whatever there is of charm and newness in better clothes for fashionable women will be found here. Ladies' Spring Dresses. ?1 Ladies' Spring Suits. to_. Ladies' Spring Capes, Sin Ladies' Spring Hats. to.... STEVENS-WILSON CO. M7TTISH AIISIY CAPTU1UCS Ml- TAV, IMPORTANT RAILWAY CKXTEB. I'y flip Assodiiti'il Press COPENHAGEN. March important railroad junction the town ol' Milan, southwest of Riga, has been captured by Lettish troops, a. Lettish oHiciul statement. Isstied Wednesday announces. Tho tlie statements adds, are retiring alone tho entire front. Poles Frtrcfl Itelii-oinent. COPENHAGEN, March 20, shevihi troops, under pressure from Polish forces, have been compelled in retire and evacuate Pinsk, 100 mill's oast oi' Hresl-Litovnk. accord- in.i; in a Warsaw dispatch. HE (J1VKN OPPORTUNITY TO KXl'BICSS OPINION ON CKOP 11118 AI5OUNI) 000 BALKS, CKNSUS BU- IlKAV SAYS. IM- UK- WASHINGTON', March Final sialisiics of die 1P1S cotton crop an- miiiiiivd toilay by I lie census bureau in ilu1 lasi ginning report place pro- duction at 13.SSS.138 running bales, 01- 12.022.I.MI equivalent 500 pound exclusive of linters. By Iliv Assodiitod Press i PARIS, March j countries of Europe, Asia and South I America will be given an opportun-1 ity today to express their views1 and I propose amendments to the League of Nations plan. Nearby neutrals, such us Holland and Switzerland, have sent delegates in response to the supreme council's invitation while more distant countries will be represented by their ministers and ambassadors residing In Paris. The meet ing will continue through- out today and tomorrow, if neces- sary, in order to complete neutral proposals and prepare them for sub- mission to the commission of the League of Nations. Norway. Sweden, Denmark. Holland. Switzerland. Spain, Persia, Guatemala and most of i he South American countries will have suggestions to make, either by memorandum or directly. TO FLOAI f MM- TlVSS WASHINiVrON. March 20. The war 1'mamv corporation is cnnsider- iiii: the floating of a large bond is- sue, probably of J200.000.000. within a IVw weeks to provide funds for railroads and demands on the corporation. The interest rate is -t percent. The bonds would run for a year and possibly a year and a half. Lei a Want Ad set !t for von. Tlu> Ada Auto club has been re- organized and put on a working basis. The members whose names appear below have paid their dues and are entitled to the full benefits of the organization. The club is af- filiated with the o-A, a national au- tomobilu association: N. Stall, B. I-I. Epperson, J.j C. Chapman. Gale Statler. A.. M. Wm. L. Whitaker, I. M. I King. F. Schulte. R. F. Ban Smitli. K. L. McGuyre, W. 1. CoH'man, C. A. Xorn. Claude Logs-] don. S. M. Shaw. Grant Krwin, J. T. i Kmery. 0. Dillsworth. W. N. Mays, R. W. Simpson, L. S. Reese, Ur. I L. Cummings. Mrs. C. A. Gal- hraith. H. P. Reich. K. S. Ratliff. Harmon Kbey, R. E. Hnynes, J. V. McKeel 11. K. Morris. J. A. Smith. J. R. Adair. L. S. Chilcnit. all of Ada: Dr. Fred Harrison. Stonewall; Dr. M. L. Overtoil and J. A. Hart. I The Solution of the Dress Problem To meet the demand -of the man who wants a nifty, up-to-date suit at medium price we have just the thing for you. SCHLOSS BROS. MAYER BROS. SPERO MICHAEL SUITS At prices to meet your pocket- book and cut over the same lines as higher priced gatrmeuts. No care has been spared in the style, fabric and cut of these suits. You pay a low price in return for Quality. Convince yourself of this; step in and try oil one of our suits. The result will 'be highly satisfactory. to THE BOY'S SUIT Tin- WOOLY BOY and MOTH- ER'S FAVORITE suits that will please both mother and son. Constructed to stand the wear and tear that a regular boy gives his the same time styled to feature all the pleasing finishing touches that endear n suit to the heart, of a boy to S.M. SHAW. PROP. 77 ill 1OO2 LA. FRENCH BATTLE before a justice of the pi-ace toilay on the rltarg" of having i his wife at their Long home February 27. Dr. who disap- pea red a few hours lipfniv tho war- i rant was issued for his Suti- day, came back voluntarily. He re- ______ fused to talk about his wife's sec- ond will, which was found bequeath- n.v the AsKOCiriU'J I'rcss Jug much 01 Iier properly to him. NEW YORK, March. _____._._______ Walker Keene Wilkins, arrested soon I Kaster is coming: look a' our new after his arrival from Baltimore, was i Spring Hats.---Burks. Ada. to Long Beach for arraignment I Itw IJKI'OllT SHOWS OM-: M AKKI.UJK. OK NIXK IN mvow-K. liy ihr Press WASHINGTON. .March 2U. -Ap- proximately one of every nine mar- riages in the United States termi- nates in divorce, according to figures made public today by the Bureau of the Census. Excluding South Carolina which repealed all laws permitting divorce in 3S7S, iho three lowest di- vorce rates in are shown by the District of Columbia. North Car- olina and Ni-w York where the rates were about thirty-two per The highest rates were returned for Montana and Oregon. INSIST TP.KAT.MKAT I-'O ox I'.v ilio Assui'iatod 1'rcss PARIS, March 20.- -A Japanese amendment to the covenant of the league of nations providing that the poiitriicting parties shall agree to gra'U eiiual and just treatment to all aliens within their borders who are nationals of states that are league I members will be submitted to the! supreme council, it is learned by Renters from Japanese sources. j i i Tilt- Spreading Kvil" tells a love j story of pure unsullied devotion be- intensely human young; LUXEMBURG TO VOTE man and a beautiful girl. Interwoven the main theme is the fate of Lcnnon Morn-tt. the artists model, lured and (-mangled into the sinister web of the spider. Saccard. We Can Make It It you have a i'huto that you want Copied or Enlarged, br ng It to have every facility for doing this class of and, we know Stall's Studio I'HOXB S-t Hv Hir AxsiirlilU'U LONDON. March Lux- emburg Chamber oT Deputies passed n bill March 18 by a vote of thirty- two to twenty for submitting plebis- cite to determine whether the present dynasty is to be maintained, a new dynasty milled or a republic estab- lished, according to dispatches re- ceived here. Admired His Pluck. snld Unrlo SI Kruggins after K solo by n fashionable church choir tenor, "if Hint iiln't the rudost thing I ever saw. Just as scum us that young ntiin begun to slug, every other mem- ber of the choir stopped, lint he wont through with It, and 1 must: say I ad- mire Ills Transcript. Lei a Want Ad get if for you. X _ Just push back the rugs and start the with the That's how easy it is to "put life in- to the evening" when you have a Yictrola. And good dance music is only one of tho endless joys it brings. Have you a Vicirob.' Yon can on easiest uf irrms. GWIN MAYS DRUG (JO. Itv I he AssiK'l.-itrd i LONDON. .March 20. Virtually jail of Ukraine is now in Uolshoviki hands, according to advices reaching Luiuliin today. In heavy fighting at Nikolaiov, of Odessa, the nr.lshevik: losi between 5.000 and S.uOO men. but forced the French garrison, alter fierce fight to withdraw to Odessa. AT THE PUt A.MfvRICAX. The Spreading Evil is a picture 'with a powerful lesson and warn- ing. It has the endorsement of offi- cial Vv'ashingion and church and cen- sor boards which realize the neces- sity of-bringing home the truths-dem- onstrated by this picture. Henry Roqueniore's comedians will the most amusing musical comedy of the day, Prevarication. Here is the chance to laugh and grow fat. The picture program pre- sents Mae Murray in The Cabaret Girl. ATHLETIC ASPIRANTS Charles Cunning spiked himself several days ago In the high dash but is .doing nicely now and is com- ing fine in the high and 100 yard dash. Roland Roquemore and Leo Breco are showing up well in the one-halt and mile run. In the javelin shot and discus, Travis Kerr seems to have things way. In the B class, Byron Soward and Ball Cow-art, are developing in fine shape for the quarter mile dash.' Don On- appears to be the fastest man off the mark In the 100 to 220 dash .and if "he can develop endur- ance ,he will be the fastest man in this district. Roy Safi'arrans has resigned" his position with the First National bank and accepted a position with M. A. Waits in his drug store. Roy is an experienced pharmacist and lias spent a num'ber of years In the dlruf? busi- ness and is a valuable man in that capacity. Lot a Want Ad get it for you. The SKIRTS Which Are Attract- ing the Most Atten- tion. The makers of Silks have created marvelous new materials to go into this Spring's Skirts. There is Fan-ta-si, Baronet Satin, and Moonglo and other exquisite creations. New shades have been evolved old ones pleasingly changed by the pile of these new silks. As to new Skirt is nar- row, shows in many cases novel effects in pockets, and is belted in many new ways. Prices range T0 The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 Wesf Main St. Phone 117   

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