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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he Hba Chernites;  von:MF. XVI.  NUM BKK S.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  I 'kill*.a Mahk t> Lwv.pwFl,  Properly Proportioned  Thats < * ne of the things thai at likes yon the moment you see  Langham-High Clothes  FOR YOUNGER YOUNG MEN  CALLEO IN MAY  joe edward* AXU T, ii. gab- president wilson max paw.  HI IIT PRESENT SIGNED PE- j SENATE TOGETHEIt ItEKOKK TITMAN TO GOVERNOR.    THAT    PATK.  (SAKKAL AMA HO SEMIS 40 VILLA MKN TO PLATH AXP WINS IM 1*0 KT A.VT VK TORA’.  Joe Edwards anil T. ll. Gabber!. i " ,r  ^wioi-iateu raw    *    B> Hie A^auetated Press  prominent Stratford citizens .return-j PARIS, March 22. A special aes- CHIHUAHUA, Merlco, March 22.— ed from Oklahoma City this morn-  sion of  both houses of the Anteri- General Joaquin Aniaro defeated a inn "here they had been in the int-  (an  <*oogress will probably be called  mr0ng  band of Villa forces, believed crest of 4 the election to be called in  ab<M,t  the middle of May. the date  to  hdve been under the personal  when President Wilson hopes to re-.  €OIinnand ot  villa himself and Ang-  . ! elds, near Satevo, fifty miles south  the strip I if teen in  of territory three miles bi’    .    ..    ..  Garvin County, to decide I    ' h *    “'  whet tim- the mrlp will bicorne pan j P»** ib| c  hal  ‘J    P**"*    "J***    "    of Chihuahua City last Thursday,  aufneimtly advanced o warrant,     m Hitary    telegram    re-  such a coarse, a special session of • .    , .    . ,  the senate ...av    be railed    "-f'Vid here    today.  or Pontotoc. These gentlemen carried petitions signed bv more than seventy-five percent of the voters in the strip, they say. and filed it with the Governor. Governor Robertson assured them that he would have a hearing on the petition, within fifteen days. before calling the election. These men insist that they will be citizens of this county within a hundred days.  Pauls Valle> had a delegation of citizens in Oklahoma City Friday to protest against the filing of the peti-ton ti' call aa election- The Govenor overruled their protest and filed the petition Pauls Valley is fighting the move in every wav possible, it is reported.  They are specially built ‘o fit you boys Whats more the> give .oil *f\e truly Young preciate  of High School age. Men’s style you ap-  Newest models in plain coats with military backs others with seamed waist-liues. Some of them have a double stitched waist that increases the form fitting effect. Smart fabrics ii plain colors and novelty patterns-  mi5 TO silo.  Hart Schaffner & Marx and Styleplus  CLOTHES  FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $25. $3(1. $35 to $50  STETSON  HATS  EDWIN CLAPP SHOES  EAGLE  SHIRTS  POSTMASTER la LALKA I* Kl ULE. SOX HLMOX KS PRESIDENT WI) OTHLK OPLK I ALS.  earlier than the middle of May, to afford it an opportunity to deal with the subject of peace and the league of nations before being called upon to direct its attention to other itn-pottant matters of legislation*  Some of the most urgent things to come before the new congress is the providing of sufficient funds to carry on the various lines of government activity. The financial affairs must be looked after in a short time if the different departments are to continue to function.  lf the situation appears to demand such action* it is not improbable that President Wilson will make a speaking tour upon his return, presenting his view of the issues directly to the voters. In such case, the most of his time would be given to those states whose senators art opposed to the ratification of the league of nations. Inasmuch as a two-!birds of the senators must la-! voj- a peace treaty before it eau be legal, it is necessary for the president to bring at least that many around to his way of thinking.  Washington L\|»ects Session.  An extra session of congress, not ,latei than May la, is now considered a certainty among officials .anil congressional leaders, if the j president can return as early as  Forty-nine of the Villa men were killed, the telegram states, but Gen-1 ural Amaio did not report his own losses. It is believed here, however, that he administered the defeat on the Villa forces with slight losses.  Earlier reports in the day were that Hippolito Villa, a brother of Francisco .had been killed, but the report has not been confirmed and it is generally not believed here.  The Villa forces are gradually ’using ground in this part of Mexico and the government forces believe the marauding bands will be wiped out in a few more months.  $  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 garments.  No care has been spared in the style, fabric and cut of these suits* You pay a low price Iii return for Quality.  Convince yourself of this; step in and try on one of our suits. The result w'ill be highly satisfactory.  $20 to $39.50  .f  WILL OFFER  PRALL PLL LG ATLS WOLK I Mi OX PLAN TO SATISFY ITALIAN DEMANDS.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  B) the A»clated I*r«*s»  W ASHINGTON. March 22. Clarence H. McKay, president of Postal Telegraph Cable Company, was removed today by Postmaster General bmleson The postmaster general issued an order relieving besides McKay. VV. VV. Cook, general counsel. William S Deegan, secretary of the board of trustees or directors and owners of the McKay companies opera ting Postal systems from all duties pertaining to control and operation of the service under government control.  A. F. Adams, president of the Kansas City Home Telephone Co., was appointed to succeed the Postal cers in the management of the tem.  INDIAN AGENCY Will NOT STOP BUSINESS  unofficially at the  Ma\ I. which is considered probable!  It was said Whitg House might leave P an agreement peace treaty, signing of the  | tty tho Associated Presa PARIS March 22.  Hope  ai in* passed i a .m night in peal that the president j  ence  circles that bv the ti iris Immediately after'  was ex-con fer- ]  is reached not waiting document.  on  for  the  the  *C€  first of the week a plan would be presented which would surmount all difficulties in the way of completing the peace making work of the conferences raised by Italian threats to withdraw approval of any treaty not settling definitely the Italian Jugo Slav controversy. The action of the Italian delegates, amounting virtually to an ultimatum, directed to the supreme council, gave great concern to other delegates today.  THE BOY’S SUIT  The WOOLY" BOY and MOTHER’S FAVORITE suits—the suits that will please both mother and son. Constructed to stand the wear and tear that a regular boy gives his clothing—at the same time styled to feature all the pleasing finishing touches that endear a suit to the heart of a boy.     %   $5.50 to $17.50  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  I .MnIdished in 1909  ADA, OKLA.  Mississippi Japanese seeded ribbon cane seed. Shipment will arrive in a few day? R. C. Jeter, Ada.  3-21-61  i sis iii  IN (HEN IID  I  IU Min i:    INTIiKKSTN    IllllVi  VV ELI. WITH ti.4MMI.IHHI t i Kit I ELT DAILY PKO. DICTION.  IN  Just push back the rugs and start the  in  “On with the That’s how v it I* lo “put lite in-the < veiling’ have a  when \ ictrola.  Then-dance! ’ ea; lo you  And good dance music is only one of the endless joys it brings.  H * vc* you a \ tit rub? You tan hk —on the r.uii-o ut term*.  GWIN & MAYS DRUG LO.  interest, operating Melds, brought in a section 2 7-f>n-se Fri-The well will make  of gas a day, accord-received here this  a short diswell on the iii fin- same  The Humble the Allen oil big gasser in day afternoon 6,000,000 feet ing to reports morning.  This big gasser is univ tailer* from fIi** big oil Reuben VI. Roddie farm faction  The Alb n oil field is gradually stretching out and is becoming oho of the best paying shallow fields in the slat**. Interest iii the field is spreading and new operators are coming in. The gas well extends tTie gas territory of the county further oast and north from the Mas-rho wills and indicates that Pontotoc count) will have plenty of gas fell voais to come.  I -ANOTHER BUILDING  Tho Masonic fraternity of Ada has closed a deal for the purchase of the Breckenridge building, adjoining tho j present quarters of tho order.  new frock,  Photograph We know' make it.  Phone us for an appointment.  and then—a a real classy jjJ&t  MUSKOGEE. Okla.. March UN. Following conferences in Washington with K B. Merritt, assistant commission*-!- of the Indian offices. G&bt Parker, superintendent for the five civilized tribes, has announced that a plan will In* perfected which, will prevent the closing of offices in Muskogee and in other places in Oklahoma, according to word received here.  Mr. Parker believes In* will obtain approval of a plan suggested which, within the next few days, will enable the affairs of his offices to be conducted.  Until an extra session of congress is called and appropriations are made available. Mr. Parker says, his department is faced by a deficit of about $20,000 because of the failure of the Indian bill to pass congress as a result of the republican filibuster. An emergency appropriation was approved unanimously by the committee which would have permitted the work to go on without interruption. If the plan is approved it will mean that from forty-seven to fifty temporary employes not registered under the civil service act will he furloughed, said Mr. Parker.  VITH TU  Ow ng to the fact that about 20 percent ot all kodak work is never called for. compels us to this business on a cash basis effective April 1st. Terms will be as follows: The com of developing the films must be paid when the rolls are left, balance may be paid for when prints are completed.  Films left for reprint MUST be , paid for in full when order is given.  We disliked to put this rule into effect but the lack of attention in calling for this class of goods has forced us to do so.  RHM EM BER after April 1st bring tin* change with you when you bring the films.  We trust our good patrons will bear with us in making this change, j and not feel offended vhen called upon to pay, as It is only a business proposition.  N. B. Stall,  M. F. West,  Norris-Dilworth Drug Co.,  Gwln & Mays Drug Co.,  M. A. Waits,  Holley Drug Store,  Hop.‘-Conn Drug Co.  3-22-41    Sat-Mon  I x>1 M Y, I ITV AND CHAMBER AH COMMER* ’L OFFICIANTS I UGL XTTFX DANCE.  VY*', tin* undersigned, hereby call a ma?? meeting of the citizens, both men and women .of Pontotoc county, for Monday evening, March 24. at 8 o’clock at the County court house, j The object ot the meeting is to learn more about how good roads are built ai d bow they can be built here. The meeting is wholly educational.  M. Garner, lur County Com.  Gary Kitchens. Mayor of Ada. , C. V. Gowlng. Pres. Chamber os Com merciv AI O. Matthews, assistant general \ manager of the Cement plant, says S. F Bi ow nell ol the Portland Cement I Association will he present at the J meeting. Mr. Drowned! is an engi-1  NOK YI A I, NOTES.  Iii the Normal Auditorium last ,, night, under the direction of Miss Travino, the Junior class play. “The (’all of the Colors.” a two-act drama,; was given before a well-filled house. The cast 4)f characters was as follows:  Mrs. Hilary (head of gauze room), Nell Jackson.  I SalUe Palmer (in charge of the desk), Ruby West.  Miriam Thorpe (who goes to Franc** i. Carri© Roach.  lav Somers, Lots Moore. Laura Jones (workers in gauze room). Ruby Gallahar. Edna Brown. Ophelia Gray.  Miss Smith I who is something of ; a mystery), Louise Halsell.  I A visitor (who does not approve). Bois Heard.  Cecil*' Deering (whose chateau is 1  a hospital). Abbie Kitchens.  Y’ilette (a French peasant girl),! Ophelia Gray.  Sergeant Hilton  ALARMED KY MENACE OF NEXT OFFENSIVE AGAINST BOLSHEVIK!.  By th**    int rd Pleas  PARIS. March 2 2.— The Estho-nian-Let tish offensive against the bolshevik! is menacing Petrograd so seriously that Leon Trotzky. bolshevik minister of war and marine, general mobil iza-up to the age of a Zurich dispatch  I  INTERNAL JIE YEN YE COLLECTOR (UVCS FIGURES ON WORK DOVE.  has ordered the lion of *all men 4 6. according to to the Matin.  By tin- Associated Presa , WASHINGTON, March 22. Collections from the first quarterly in- 1  stallment of income and excess profits faxes due last Saturday, amounted ti) $ 1,001,244,000 in sixty-three of the. sixty-four collectior districts. Internal Revenue Commissioner Roper announced today.  Get  room.  a glass C. A.  shelf  Zorn.  for  v our 3-22  bat h -3t  See me before equipping your car. Try Racine tires. Ford Service Station 229-231 East Main. 3-12-lrao  liver of nation wide reputation and v\ ill bring a message both interesting and illuminative. A full attendance at this meeting is urged by both city and county officials as well as by Hie Chamber of Commerce. It is certain that good roads are to be built in Oklahoma and Pontotoc county, and * very citizen ought to know    n.mb about the kind of  road*? as possible.  ing  rk-  XN ARI ANS AND AUSTRALIANS AGAINST MEDDLING AA ITH El lit IULA X YI I DREES.  how* to  Stairs Studio  PHONE 84  By th** Associated Pro**  LONDON, via Montreal. March 22.  British dominions do not feel that they should take the responsibility of entering into decisions of differences o' European nations where the Biitish empire is not directly involved. it is ret forth in a metnordan-duni submitted by Sir Robert Borden, Canadian premier, to the British delegation at the peace conference, according to the Paris correspondent of the. Morning Post. The memorandum. the correspondent states, is supported by the American delegation. It was submitted, lie adds, after consultation with th** Australian delegates.  (of the Royal I Rifles). Meriweather Baker.  Harrison Ray (who wears civilian! clothes). Hall ingrain.  Billie (not yet enlisted). Clifford! Dorsey.  Rudolph (the sergeant’s ’watchdog”), Lester King.  The first scene was laid in the gauze room where Mrs. Hilary pre- i ! sided with particular efficiency, not-1 withstanding Sallie’s and Billie’s ! flirtation and the visitor’s crushii eye-glasses. The Red Cross woi ers must have been recruited from the prettiest girls in school. The ' mysterious, but noble, nicer of Miss Smith might well represent that of la woman in the secret service of I | her country.  In the second act, Decile Deering j gracefully, as well as resourcefully, defended her chateau-hospital, while the attackers did their part on the • campus outside, completely reversing th** old adage thai boys should be seen and not heard; little Yillette I fainted most naturally but revived in time to do her bit; Sergeant j Hilton was foiled quite as a traitor should be; and the lovers, Miriam ! Thorp** and Harrison Ray, assume! a very pretty lyric attitude. Last, but not least, the boys who managed the business, did their part iiKWt efficiently.  The players held the attention perfectly. There was not a breath of disorder even in the balcony Without question, the junior play was a decided success.  NOTICE MASONS.  (Tilled meeting of Ada Lodge A. F. j ♦ with Mrs.  ♦    XGTU ETO SUBSCRIBERS.  4*    None of the carrier boys is  i ♦ authorized to collect for sub-  ♦ Rcriptlons. and subscribers , 4» should not under any circum-  4* stances pay them. Either settle Iitddle, circulation  A- A. lf. this evening at 7 sharp. Work in Entered Apprentice degree. —M. C. Grigsby, W. M.  Benton's Blight Remedy for sale at Gwin & Mays Drug Store. Guaranteed. 2-27-2mo*  manager,  office.  or else at the  News  tf  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  4*  ♦  4»  ♦  ♦  Mrs. M. A. Cassidy has moved her hemstitching and picoting machine to the .Surprise Store.    3-21-21  MISSOURI DEMOCRATS TALK  OF OUSTING SENATOR KEER  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Mardi 22. Democratic members of the Missouri senate and house have held many conferences in the last 4 8 hours on the proposed plan of some party leaders to have the democratic state committee call a convention of representative democrats from every county In the state to give indorsement to the president and, his aims; to denounce United States Senator James A. Reed and to bring about a reorgunzation of the party in the state if conditions are found to justify it.  If the convention is not called, it is understood, some leaders advocate the state committee taking some action.  Let a Want Ad get It for you.  New  Frocks  of  Spring  time  for  Women  Charming new' street Dresses and those for smart afternoon wear and social functions, including beautiful creations of Printed Georgettes. Novelty Crepes, Lustrous Taffetas, Figured Foulards and Pussy Willows.  Exquisite conceptions, depicting elegance, simplicity flnement, are to be seen in our garment section.  and ro  tor  These are shown in the most popular colorings Spring. Priced from $15.00 to______________  $55.00  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.   :  Phone UT   

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