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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             ADA, TWO CENTS fOXTHOVHltSY WITH J IV OYKlv CITY OK h'll'MK KKACHKS CRISIS. v.-vix UNLESS JRIVKK is I TO ItEXDBK SVCOOR. Properly Proportioned Langham-High Clothes FOR YOUNGER YOUNG MEN in plain aiats with military backs others '-ea-'.ed or them have a double stitched waist form fiMiiii eifeci. fabrics in ci-ii'V> and novelty patterns-- SI." Tt) SKI. Hart Scftaffner 6 Marx and CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN to STETSON HAT? EDWIN CLAPP SHOES EAGLE SHIRTS STEVENS-WILSON CO. fiy llH' ASMM'illll'll t'rt'SH PA1US, .March Italian delegation to the peace conference has unanimously decided lo with- draw from Ihe conference unless Ihe poll ol1 Flume, on Hi of iho Alriaiie, is assigned .to. Italy with tho conclus ul th.- poiiue treaty...This decis- ion o! UK-: liulian dologiuk ported ironi Paris..ap-paroiuly brings 10 a head the liiUw controversy aroso botvoo-n Italy and the new slate j h Many citizens of Ada had their biplanes. Canithers Fort Worth Texas, and Machinist! Serg'ettrif 1 'fcbout o'clock and a few minutes vv-------- a. landing in the pasture west. his decis- 'by Marshal Foch. quoted in an.inter-[ iir pruTi-ifi'ii ihc Maun today. you-iiem .part of town. They-. -n rf t'o -bring a propeller foij' i vast em const'-jbtil il1 secure .that as a 'yniliia'i-'y T run fought war in is the statement cani- the .plane of BosUo-.Hod-j of .lugo-Slavia aft-or the collapse ol' Austria over tlu> rMsposition of ter- ritoru-s along lilt- Adriatic formerly belonging to' ihi- Austro-Htingarlan j jniiuh empire and which on Hi nationalities ini.-iidiMit J.' Il'ldunai) i an .iu opportunity n discon- (.he... r.eUu'ji, Tu Vive last afternoon. iil'tei- be- theo 'in a short visit nbrfhenu-jarl af Thotv has liet-.i no disposition on Ihe pun of Italy to make, concessions whore Finnic was concerned, al- though it is reported that she has! sigtiiiled a willingness to modify nor original claim to tho Dalmat- ian i-oas-t. which was promised her in a seci-ot treaty during the early d'ays of i In'1 when thv great pow- ers agreed ninong iheinsclvcs on llie dis.posir.on of various territories tin' Central Empires wt-n- de- fiM.oil. 'The enuy of the I'nitod States and Wilson's doctrine of soil'-1 mi; tonalities af-i thai it tO-'BRiist (Here rj ,icv, lion city when "a cap on tfiT who have IH-COSS- w off -and -tJiay were lorced ns many d.d last jp.Ut ..In -Kal'-jiUndS- The'y'-carrted the plane bac.iOt. The plot mi the school cam- t.h.> fair grounds and in pus is being operated hy school Children. KOI- a largo scale in tin- work wo uiv prevented because of limited Space. All a.vailablo plols in near- ness to ihc- sclm'o! has This is a real f.n'nxipvisj to.- s; rind nothing lo It.. V [fier to avoid in> 1-Jvory child tn'hfi is large enough I quick turn was made i The Solution of, the JDress Problem to -meet, the .demand of the' man who -wants a 'up-to-date .suit at medium- price we 'have just the you, SCHLOSS BftOS. MAYER BROS: SPERO MICHAEL doU'rminaiion hy tlu ie.cual co..iplicatoil tho soitloment :ilong the lines originally mapl-ed out tl.i- members of ilio en-. to do someiliing in tlif work during'; 1 lie vacation ami keep-an :VCCOiinl his of lu-ri earnings and savings- niul report at' the opening of school nc-M fall. i The aitondihioe -of. Saturdays toiito. apparently tho appeals loss than of regular, made lo hi mby tho Italians have not days. The parontal interest: boon ri-coiv.-d nlumethoi -favorably. i lias boon very ci-i'.i-, The decision was reached at a i mendabk. mcotins: uulaj of .1 ho lull dolog.liion Tho school has licon IioiiMi-od will: I'Vi-'r by Ti-oniior Orlando. many pi-omi'ncii't ihcir rare; it immediately commuuic-an-d in as as so-.vral 1'roiu annum t.l.u w hi lo race. Superintendent i lick man's official j huvi- had a very pleasing ef- iipon the student Jiody and Ijis in Ihi- wi-lfiire of the school has been rill rhnt could he expected. Tho visit nf ilonnty Snpci-lnlrnilent Kloyd. 100. iiddod intrrcst and in- spiration'. In laco 01 war aciiui.os on pan n; si'bool cbildron an appro- ciaii-d patrioiic duly which ihc plane scvcraJ Jittempls to were made before- 'Pilot Canlt was, safely. In into a fence, after the ma-M chine was on the srottnd. vesultins in the puncturing of ono of the lives and allphl damage to one of tlu ,1 -ui'of the flyers were making i-'ingerieiits'to'g'ft out of t.own thisj n'fti-rnoon "nifd" io Fort I before dark. I ho powoi-s f.idoiu-1 K. M. Houso of i ho American mission promised Pre- mier Orlando lo preseiu within a few days a pvojori tho Italian, foci .Umo-Slav ironiior which In- hopes inioi will -.atisfactorily si-ltlo I ho dispitio. Al prices iO'liiie.et ydiir 'pockei- book and cut. thetsdme'-IInes as- higher- .priced1 garments.- ciirq. has-boeai spared 'iirthf fabric cut. these snils.. Yflii pay., a -low price .-in return for .Quality... Convince.yourself of. this; step .in and, try .oivoD6.Of.OU.t- -The rfsult'will be, highly.-satisfactory. to THE BOY'S SUIT- Tlie WOQLV BOY aud ilO.f'H- KR'S FAVORITE siil.t5--.ttie suits that will'please .'both mother, and son: 'Constructed 'to stand the weai-'and tear that a regular boy Kives- his the same time styled''to -feature all the pleasing finishing touches (hat endear a suit to- Ihe heart of a hov. to PHOKC 77 PROP. La 1003 Atu'iniuii Sir i-: Ada Oommandei-y rhis in Tnuplr df-tn-e.- i'. t f Just push btickthe tugs and start ihe with trie That's how il i> "put lift io fVi-iiing'' .wlic.n you have a Yictrob. And L-ood dance tu-usir isutllv one- oi endless joys it brings. you You. con ha- i- ill'' irrms. GWIN MAYS DRUG (JO. .sITl .YTION IIA.NCSIN UAl I, Dl H TO KAILVHK OI-" XKOOTIATIO'XS-. Ilv tin- Prrss PARIS. March 21. A semi-ofliciiil German note explaining 'failure of at--Vosen says 'it luis been iiiip.ossible .in -agrees iiit-ui rcpardiug thfe prea- iili-ncy a comuiissjon lo control tlis- i siuiiiiion Ihi-re belweeii 1'oles anil (iermaiis. The supreme council will consider i lie -itnation today and lake meas- ure.-, to bring ahoui a cessation of hostilities. I'ndcr ihe lenns of the armistice I with ihe allies Gel-man iroops aiT to evacuate I'liis which will l-robably be made a part of rhi- new i Polish republic when the peace treaty is finally signed. AC1TY. .March -1. Tlio road bill is duo for final passage hy both houses of tho Ifgislatuiv. Way for passage of tlir bill .was pavi-d yoslordny whon the conior- onco roporl on tho moasnro was mado to tl'.o Action was do- fiM-fi-d until today u> givo time for printing of the cunforoni-o report, which contains on type- written pages. The conference report i? not snb- joci to amendment and legislature loaders regard it as certain that tho bill will pass finally today. They say il must pass if anv road lat'ion gets ihronsh and assert that enough votes havo been plod-god to give iho moasuro easy sailing in hoih houses. In addition to proseniing an en- tirely new sysioni of routes in many rospocts. the conferoncc bill pro- vides several now features regulat- ing the sale of bonds, the adminis- tration of tho road I'un'd and ilio muintenancc of the roads. The special election for voting on tho 'hond issue I? fixed for May 10 In the hill: howevor.. tho govornor is Riven tho rlgln tw si-t a new should anything pro-1 vent the holding of an election on' tliis date. The adminisiratioii of the roau meusiire is placed in a commission of five appointed by the governor of which the governor is to be chair- man Two of the -other members are lo bo republicans and two dem- ocrats.- They will receive a salary of ;i year. Sale of bonds in the first year the .date of authorization is ihnited to Sti.OOO.OOU, for the sec- ond vi-ar, for the second year. and for tho third .year Two thirds i tion tnx mobile- license tux will KO into road fund, by the bill.. I Division of the slate brought home many nublo truths! and lessons for our boys and girls; which will be Iho guiding thoughts, of main of their livos- -Ilii. mumps! and chirUen pox, iho at- tendance has been excellent. Th': recent census shows a scholastic onrollinoni of M'J. since tho taking of tho same puronts have moved in with boner tha.ii iwo doneu chil-, drt-n and with tho opening of the new'addition the .population will have doubled itself. At present 121 enrolled in school, twoniy-oighi of this number temporarily enrolled wiih tho Ath- ens school, located beyond the ce- ment plant This makes or.roll- mont of Si'- percent of ilio population ul t'no district. spirit of no 10 i-hnrch and to Sunday school every -Sunday has -.vorko-1 to tlie-high moral lone o: ihe school. Aside from the regular roniino 01 daily class work children are given LONDON, Fob. o.ico of The Associated Press} Monibers oT iho middle class of 1-iiifland ;u Ust have taltpQ.stc-ps to ui-giLiilxc to protect their.own in-j has: tcrcsMs agninsi ihe aggressions of i capital oii the one hand and increas-' ing wages of workmen oil tbe other. I Leaders of the .middle class declare; that o-ily by, oi-ganixaUon can they a'n unfair share of the bnrd-j i-n nf life. l-lnulish people of education and j moderaro. incomos have'fell for some liino'i-lviit they were being ground be- twt-ou tlio upper and nother mill-1 stones oporaling in IIH> social mill.; Profits of capitalists from war con-' tracts have increased und Hie wages, of workmon steadily advanced. But i nobody bad to have Iho services of. Iho piofessional men. tho small busi- ness man nor the schoolmaster. They fell thai I hey simply made up a "largo- part of the population, whose public, duly ,il seemed, was, to nicot constantly Increasing costs; of living and rules wiihoul any; i corresponding1; increase in income. It, was i.ot uniil now that they summon-i roiira.ge to give their protosis weight by for'mir.g the Ions of train in an 'elfon to capliifi- it. They v.-cre met with a deadly machine gun lire ;-.nd fled, leaving their dead on the field. The rebels were commanded by .Martin Lopez, a close friend at' Villa since boyhood. He is the man who instituied ihe practice of dynamiting trains and robbing the passengers of i-vr-ryihing, even their clothes. OF 500 PITT TO IIY TKOOPS Hit- A.-sorlutcil rrc.w SKXVrol! HAISK1SOX WOKKS KOIl I'BK DAY OKLAHOMA CITY, March Fourteen senators have been working for n day since March 7. havini: refused to accept payment at the rate an organization cardinal instructions in principles of neatness, politeness, and courier. _ Tho school is now well graded, un- ;incj hibor may event ill- der excellent discipline, and !v !KIVC !0 reckon, like appeaninco ns well as crowded. There has dovploped a- bettor under- JUAREZ Mexico, .March of a day under a joint resolution mils reached here today of a bat- adopted by both houses. Fran-k Cart- lie fought Wednesday between 500 Viliislas and about the same num- ber of Federals Tf> miles south of tin- New Mexico border. It is slated that 53-ViUistas ami government men were killed. According to Gen. Zttazua the bat- tle lasted several hours. Finally the rebels ran out of and charged Zuazua's auditor, announced yestor- dtiy. Tt'nose who innied down the prof- fered iiKToases are: C. Board, C. A. Dearmon. II. L. Davidson. It: L. Hall, Luther Harrison, K...1'- Hill. M. Wallace Lynch. L. A. Morton, -M. W. I'uch. .Limes Spin-lock, Warren ammunition; K. Snyder. J. Blmer Thomas, Fred ammunition! K. Tucker and K. E. Woods. staiMling between parents and touch- UMS The work of a conscientious xed A preliminary meet ing was held: under Ihe chairmanship of Major J. j K, Pretyman Newman, nieimber of, Parliain'enl. Il was decided to call. the organization the "Middle Class: Union." Among tho purposes of the, union are: "To remove undue burden upon tin.- class, including the cost of living. "To-protect, the middle class agniiist -bureaucratic and industrial tyranny. "To combine for coin-man protec- tion of those-members of the com- th verv hTftli c.la'ss of work now j nitinity who have no organization to I safeguard their interests." loachor dws not stop in the school- room- thK parents are being mado to not only see but feel that lench- !ers uiv deeply interesiod in fhem 'beyond the .dollar. The sewing class under the di- rection of (he assistant teacher in, connection with her other duties is progri-ssini-" nicely. There is no question that the school will'nwl next yeavl ft very ic carried on. ISiiral Tcm-horx. ,-The iiTu-lKi-r'is the greatest, mold- ing'factor of public sentiment in the world, yet tho least appreciated ana poorest'financed or paid. More is-ex- 1 -year peeled, of him; ho is the social tii- hirds of the gross prodtlc- ,h? of varied intorma- and -two-thirds of the rnrnl section' often the ministor 'at funerals. 1 It has been the plan to arouse. Ihe into ten .children Al TIE PLA1 "convenient- building shall bogiti c.uted simultaneously ten i 'in which road and be prose- is provided. AAIIIKK'A.V. Last opportunity to see the sensa- lion of Iho day. The Spreading Kvt.1. V V' LIIJKUTY. I Henry Koiiuomore's comedians comedy. 'A iT.urifli Tor' Two.' A" snappy'and lui- 1 iirogram will present linld Uenno'tt I in Do Wo Eat. IMH- this Nervous Slothcr, Ho Knows llio JiicksonvlUe. "I1 have a fwon- ly-moiiths old baby and keep house For my little., family, but got into a weak, nervous, run-down condition, county separate Ihron'gh i lie rural end of oncouraging ibovs to organize boys and gi is chibs and enoouruce the raising of potiltrv anfl work individual i plols of 'farm apportioned -by pa- rents---but unfortunately we did not. have the .cla-ss-t.Uat had the, in them. As the result the r mi separate schools have closed iven without the monthly teachers meeting. Very I. B. McCUTCHEON. Letters appearing in of the union show that ninny army officers rind other -soldiers are deeply inter- r-sl'cd in i he movement. One soldier wrote. "Unless we of Hie middle classes organize und combine to thwart and destroy the annrchial aggressions of certain conimunitiCB In the industrial world.-we will sooner or later bo bol- __....._ will be received in he political field by tlie rtiapiudisis and the trade unions j which now monopolize it. remains to seeti. ,chool shev.-ed of exlslcnce., icachcis to the I Row fht_ t the uirls ana ___ w-nniiiinnl h- _L We Can Make It If you have ,o Photo''that you i want Copied or Enlarged, bring i every facility for doing this class of" uwl, wo know Stall's PHONE 34 I My doctor told nie to trv Vlnolf.and I. felt I now stnonfi aKittnVlOok my Mrs. 0. LaniBon. The reasoji' Ve -recointiipjid. VJnol, Is'becatise'lt is a constitut.lonar'rem- edy, ''tina liver idgphirtcw" IH09I. succeBfltul tonics knpjifn Maya ev- ei-ywhere. P. you have.Eczema try our Saxol Salve. .We.guarantee-It. the Na- tions, covenant gueaaltc meet- iing of w'ere several iwhich urged tin flvcrease In the num- of secondary- countries to be iad- v-' COL. (iliXHUiK HKN11V IMO.V KKlt OF AKWIOHK Col. George .Henry-. Bruce died at ia home a'L Ardiiipre after- noon at We had -been in' feeble h'eallh. at his ad- j van'ced iie. it to re- cover from Ills illness. Col, Br.uce a pioneer of Ard- more, Jmv'lng Uiere fjjOm; Wills Point, .nearly thirty yeargiago. He was a piTnje iiipyerin everything that, had as Ics-'dbject'the upbuilding of the community. He was for many years city secretary and- a.i.-mieiii'ber of the a llfe'.'.jong ulem-ber .-oC l-tlifc. -Baptist church. Deceased' 7 8 years of age. :Ue ifemlgrated ifrom native state of" in -Ills' youth Land New Frocks of. Spring- time for Women Uharming Drosses ati'd new street tlrose To-r'sTnart miitted to t (oil, executive coun- don- itrol ot niuaLUon mnniifacturera. Try our 36c meala, Impcrtel'' Ca setlle'd Confederate-army'-and ma'tfe kjijroiid reco'i-a-asi alVa'yB' took Veterans' its ..He s surviyeirby children, Mrs. H. E: Bruce, -Dallas; Oklalioma 
                            

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