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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Che VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 9. ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Mm; Superb inery Mod es A REV ELATION in Correct Millinery awaits the visitor to our Millinery Section. Our own adaptations of the most select acterized by attention to individual type require- ments which women appreciate as the "exclusive" feature of our Millinery offerings. The trim-fitting Turban, the piquant Poke, the upturned brim and the tailored Sailor all find their place in this collec- tion. Ostrich is much favored for adornment pur- and flowers find new and altogether charming ways of posing on crown or brim. Prices: to STEVENS-WILSON CO. UOISHKVIKI MARK t'Ol'P UK1X.S OK (iOVKKX- SITUATION TI'IXSK. NKWS h'UO.M HVN- SPKIODS uv ACTION UY I In- -U.M.dnU-ll 1'ross PAU1S, March 24.---A conference of premiers was (.-ailed today for :i o'clock 10 iirrannc for the program nf tho supreme council session an hour Inter. News from Hungary and Poland was expected to spur the, liea'ls of governmenls to military de- cisions 01 first importance. The Lea- gue of Nations commission will re- assemble at o'clock Uiis evening with the expectation of virtually coo- cludini; the dral'i of Uie League cov- enant. The peace conference been advised by entente Hy ilii' AsMH-ditfil I'russ 'I'lie question or a barrier which peace conference intends to ort-ci against the spread of bolshov-; ism in" i lie former central empires. comes sharply to the front as a. re- sult of the' Hungarian situation where the bolshevik! have seized power and declared a state 'of war to exist between Hungary and the entente powers. It was reported thai an important military decision will bo taken m today's session the-' su-preme council and Premier Clemenceau and Foreign Minister I'ichou couCerred Sunday on action _______ _____ looking to military .measures. formation received here today from cording to Paris newspapers. j W. H. Ebey. This set- French divisions are at Budapest and wovlc on lne new and Serbian and Rumanian troops are available for service in Hungary XKW IJtlMHMJ TO START THIS KUTUIIK OK THE SCHOOL KOSY. Governor J, B. A. Robertson signed the bill appropriating to construct, and equip another build- I ing Kt. the East Central Normal late I Saturday evening, according to in- tles the mutter and wovlc on the new building will begin some time this should they be needed. The extremist lu is said to be in aobottlt-o con- trof and in a wireless communica- tion with Premier Lenine of bol- Russia. It is understood summer, Hun-1 President J, M. Gordon is the er than June or July. He is especially for ground to be .broken dur- ing Ihe summer term of tho normal, SOUK ente agents of i sh0vil( Russia. It s unersoo n in Hungary.! Purls according to one report, tha.t. MI ordeV that fitting sciv.ces ma> be street fiphiinR has been report-; three Polish divisions will be sent, held lhn isursed'.hatiat one, to DanilK on the Baltic' The faculty ar.d students of the entente intio'vils need protection i coast. Extremists are active in Kiust Central normal, as well as t. e he w.ndd by monitors :enna, but government still con-, hundreds of alumni are optlmisUc .....i t tin i hmshevlvMvoi-ihrimil mole 1 or t proceeding; up the Danube from Ser- bian ports. trols there. troops are Reports that bolshevik j over the outlook for the future of the Galicja ready to ad-: now that the legislature has Ity Prof. A. I.. Kenteni. TliPiv is not a town in the whole more The vance into Hungary, siill hick coti- t'h-mation. Premier Declarvs for ISoIslieviUi. PARIS, March 2-t. -Hungary is in the thrth'S of a revolution in favor of the bolshoviki and Count Karolyi. premier of Hur.gary, has formed au artned alliance with Russian reds to resist i in- entente. A strong Russian army is reported marching on Bud- apest and an allied army has also been ordered to the center of the disturbance. .Some of the Czecho- 1.L NOT TO rOl'NTY, CITY AM) t'HAMBKK OF TO U 1 i v are reported to have period of; in the revolution, as a result against. the money for another building. For three Or four years the present facilities have not been ade- quate to take care of the large enroll- ment as veil as the students deserv- ing 10 be taken care of .according to the way the authorities looked at the mailer. j Tht enrollment average about live hnuilrecj students during the fall, I winter and spring terms. In the sum- mer the enrollment goes as high as iion'.-ind. 1.000. To properly train Paul Middies At Special Prices Tuesday and Wednesday You will be well pleased with this line of new Middies that we are showing at these special prices for Spring wear. These are good for the school girl. We have them in all white and beautifully trimmed in .Red. Old Rose and Navy Blue. Middles at--------------- Middies it BURLINGTON SILK HOSE Special Tuesday and Wednesday This sale offers you an opportunity to buy this line of hosiery sq well known to our patrons. Many colors to select from. PMOKE 77 S.M.SWW, PBOP. KstabUshed In IMfl bolshevik i teachers of this number in one main We, '.he undersigned, hereby call h 24.---tier-, a. mass meeting of the citizens, both ___ not sign a! men and women ,of Pontotoc county. treaty of "peace which involves the, fur Monday evening. -March 24, at S annexation of Ihe Baltic port of o'clock at the County coun hous COPENHAGEN. manv cannot and annexation of te ac oco Danzig to the newly created repuj-j T'ie object of the meeting is to learn lie of Poland President Ebert de-i more about how good roads are built clared in a speech Sunday, accord-1 ing to a P.erlin dispatch received here. It is understood that the allies favor giving this city to the Poles as an outlet to the sea. thereby in- country that has a future than Ada. childhood has been past and small things no longer look large to citizenship. The town has passed. working men nnu -peasa-u through the adolescent period- -that j country to rise-and form an! president and. faculty..Good, State- oT-minfl when it does jsf the occupatloii of the; been done, nevertheless, and expett know what it at the1 vnr- "'cotintrv by the allies, which occupa- ihe most promising; lioii w'.ls by the peace con- I'erence to maintain order, with energy and IMsarmed. of the beginning of epoch it stands, fully bursting with energy and prepared to take advantage of best that offers. rmtiivti a ----i- March 24..-A special and how they can be built here. The meeting is wholly educational. M. darner, for County Com. Gary Kitchens, Mayor of dispatchto the Nor will it consent anymore to the disarmament I have iinvthing but the best. A few alluu.. V. CSowing. I're.1 Commerce Chamber of years ago. sionally ii. _....- ion rather than to satisfy a real de- sire for the best, but that state mind has passed and the best is entente troops of Freiheit of the occupation at Ada chose UK- best is uncou- order to be in the lash-, iunvever. and appears Kxcitemeiil Vi demanded becnuso the best is really teachers have gone out to the var- ious ri'.y and rural schools. For ihe reason that facilities were inadequate lo lake carc the large enrollments, the authorities of this school have not undertaken to in- crease the enrollment, but have giv- en almost entire time to raising the standard of work l.o the very highest. The-success ihe graduates have met with in actual school work, the rec- ords show, indicates this aim has KIOI'OKTKI) 1'XHIKIGN SliCRK- TAKY WANTS OLOSKK RK- WITH RKDS. Ml'XICII'AL WAHKHOCSK .AM) COXTKXTS BURXEO SUNDAY APTEHA'OO.V. LONDON, March The revoln- ,ion in Hungary caused great -j citc-inent in Vienna, but did not snr- M. O. Matthews, assistant gem-nil of the Cement plant, says S. The school in the future will not simply attempt to do work with small enrollment, but. will do good work with larpe enrollment, the members .v of the faculty sny. The new building will permit the receiving of all those ljnl- _ .__.__ rt A ll'ill iOCMVO I lie Associated Presn PARIS. March Von Brockdorff-Ratzau. Oej-nian foreign secretary, has sent Karl Kautzky of t.he foreign ministry to Moscow to see the chiefs of the soviet ment and to furnish, an acurate re- port on the situation which will al- low the foreign ministry to study methods as to the bringing about of closer relations with the bolshe- Vo'come and will insure jviki governments, says Zurich dis- adequale facilities for laboratory [patches to Matin, and research work. The municipal warehouse ut dtone- wnll was burned Sunday afternoon with the loss of most of the 200 bales- of cotton stored in it besides two au- tomobiles, two binders and a thresh- ing machine separator. U is nor known how much insurance was car- ried. The origin of the tire is a mystery. It had made some little headway 'be- fore being discovered and nothing could -be done to save t.he 'building. Just push back the rugs and start the with the clar.e-v" That's how c-a-y it i COI'ENHAGEN, March 24. A Czerho-Slovak army has been sent against Hungary, according to an official report received in and forwarded .here, family have resided death. Mr Taylor was a man who vaa respected by everyone who knew him. He was a loyal member of the Baptist church and a good citi- ,ZCHe is survived by his wife and; 'four children, Mrs. Ruth King Mrs Ij J. Holdon of Atlanta, G-a., Huen Taylor, in the American army in France, and Miss Susie Taylor. I have only a few shade trees and some fruit trees left. If you want to gel your trees in the ground aud growing, you had .better 'see me at once. Trees heeled on West Twelfth street by Marble W. Dodd. Phone 879. 3-24-lt A meeting of the -directors and members ol Ihe Pontotoc County Roads Association aud lax pay- ol' Ihe county is hereby called Monday afternoon. April 7, at 1 o'clock at the county court house at Ada. We shall expect all directors to be present, and all members as well, and inviile' all others interested to be iM-esent. There will be some bus- iness to look after that the direc- tors cannot attend to alone. The. mombership is growing, the directors being a soliciting committee and securing many new members. Sussia. ana At. this lime the association Is not Miuler the' protection of soviet -in favor of the proposed state bond I0h now revolutionary! isauo of for good roads, troops. 1.11 neu_____j it. It will be left to the membership to declare for or against the bonds. If there Is any business to be done with the county convmIssioners it. can be attended to at this 'meeting, since the commissioners will be in session at that time. DR. L, M. OVERTON, Pres. Attest: H. B. ROACH, Sec'y. Notice to the Public. We. have purchased the W. L. Nettles shoe repair shop and took possession of same Monday, March 24.' We have the best repair man we can employ and will absolutely guarantee every job we turn out. Pay us a visit. R. H. BENNETT, 3-24-St R. T. SXEED. AI IHE M IBISES IjIBKHTV. Opening entertainment of. the Frank Rich Musical Show. It Is a; i i wg, if. angle drama, The Grey Parasol, with Claire Anderson in the lead. AMEH1CAN. Another installment of The .Lightning Tlalders with Pearl ,IO1 MBKTING OF j C. 01? C. in the li-.ad. It grows aillie ex- citing all the time. The comedies, Hoot, Mon, and Farms and will also be Rev. W. M. 'Cvutchfield left today, for Wewoka where lie -will address a banquet this evening in. the inter-: est ot the CentenarV movement. He will go fvom'Wewtilca to Oklahoma City to attend the Sunday school- convention. DmECTOKS A joint meeting, ot dlwctors 'of t.he Chamber of Commerce and ot Women's Auxiliary to the orga- nization will be held at the mayor's 'office Tuesday, afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Jake L. Hainon, who recently, pur- chased two airplanes from the fed- eral government for use in oil. field work, will have these planes on' ex- 'hiblt at Convention hall during the !Ardmoro Automotive Show March 26-2.8. 3-22-21 Dainty Blouses FOR Spring Wear These new Georgette Blpuses, which every woman is thinking about as the warm days become more frequent. Here are brand new styles, just received: They are Georgette and Crepe de Chines, collarless styles, and modes with the newest collar ideas; trimmed with embroiderey, beads and laces. The color showing is complete. 00 Prices to. The Surprise Store Ii10r> .175-117 West Main St. Phone m
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