Ada Evening News, March 26, 1919

Ada Evening News

March 26, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma &\)t Hbn Chuting VOLUME XVI. NUMBER ll. ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY lUMjSHKVIkl |\ IkllAJSK TOO WI I..SOV AXU I'KKMIHKK TA Iv IC I* It O P O N U I> TO MAKI-' OVE MITH KOH Aion SKXT TO    Cl*    KIU    y*    KSTIONJS    OE    PEACE    T    KEATY    COV    KH    IC MI Kl; KKSTOKE ORDER.    TltRATY,    PEACE    IM    MM    (It    AM }ou Cant Buy Better Ones By Uh* Associate*! I*cess LONDON. March 25. Discussing ilic Russian situation today in tho House of Commons, Winston Churchill, minister lur war, said that events (hiring tile last three months in the Ukraine have been disastrous for the French. He suit! the French forces had entered from tin* south and had penetrated some distance from the coast when they were confronted by greatly superior forces and encountered hostility from the people for whose protection \nejr had entered tin* country. The secretary pointed out that this latter feature was something which “must be carefully weighed as it showed the danger that might result from rash or ill considered acts." Kherson and Nikolaiex have been tak»*ji and Odessa is being defended by French, Greek and Russian forces against Bolshevik attacks, but the position of Odessa has exposed Rumania to the very direct threat of invasion which, with the Hungarians advancing on the other side, makes her situation very difficult. By the Asftodated Presa PARIS, March 26. In President Wilson's study at the Paris White House today began ih< first gathering of premiers under the plan proposed by the president that continuous meetings be held until the great questions which have been obstructing the early conclusion of peace be settled. Wilson and th** premiers devoted a large part of the day to the question of reparation by Germany and the early disposal of that problem is expected. The Russian situation, particularly in relation to the Hungarian political upheaval, was also conoid* red and it was understood the boundary question will be taken up immediately. 1 By the Associated Press PARIS, March 26.    —    It became ! known tonight that a serious effort I is being made in the highest quarters to join together all peace treaties with Germany, Austria. Turkey and Bulgaria, thus making one comprehensive treaty in which Germany j would be linked together with the I other central powers as the responsible head of the four. While such a step would cause some delay in the final signing of the treaty, American and British leaders here feel that it would save time in the end by completing’ the work on all peace treaties at once, instead of dealing with each individually. The inclusion of Austria would be particularly acceptable to Italy. This plan has not yet been finally determined upon and may meet with | opposition, but the general tendency • seems to be toward its acceptance. Should it be adopted it is expected that the work could he completed I by May I. js T HAT not only applies to the style in these waist-seam suits we are showing. but to quality in the clothes. Hart Schaffner & Marx use nothing* but the finest all-wool fabrics; that means longer wear, better fit, style that stays stylish. A ou may pay more for such clothes lait they’ll cost you less than others, day in and day out; because they wear longer; you get more days of service for every dollar you spend; that’s the only way you can really determine whether a price is low or high. Our prices ar** the low**>» you’ll find considering what you gel; we don’t just say that; we guarantee it; your money back if you don’t think so, too, PRICES $25 1X1 $50 SPECIAL VALUES AT $35 HOW SOLDIER DISPERSED ATTACKS reported from herein that GOVERNMENT Wild* SCHMIT QUESTION. STEVENS-WILSON CO. For two years my stomach trouble va> very had. my doctor had to inject morphine on several occasions when I was stricken with ihesc attacks. Since taking 4 bottles of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I have been entirely well ^nd am serving in the! artillery, having been pronounced in perfect health by government physicians.” It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays tile inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded.- Gwin £ Mays' Drug Co., and druggists everywhere. PROCEEDINGS OF OKU. LEGISLATURE house char- Tele- There ‘S the GERMAN CHILDREN KILLED IN STAMPEDE STRONGHOLD REPORTED By 'In- As*Mr i.itetl Press BERLIN. Match    26.--Seventy children ate (lead and twenty seriously injured as.tbe result of a stampede during a juvenile entertainment at Gleiwitz, Silesia today. The children stampeded when someone yelled ’‘fire.” (tv **« iati ii I'rc'j* Spring A new frock, and then a new Photograph a real classy on* We know just how to make it. Phone us for an appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE 34 • • • • BARLIN, via Copenhagen, March 26. It is reported here fr.oni Vienna that comr imitation between Vienna and Budapest lias been interrupted through rapture by the Czecho-Slo-vacs of Haab on the Danube about midway between the two cities. Large Hungarian cannon foundries are sit-uiaied at Raab. Ivar«d>i IteiMirted Assassinated. BKH.NE, Switzerland, March 26. According to an unconfirmed rumor teaching Prague from Budapest, former Premier Karolyi of Hungary, has been assassinated. National Council Dissolve*. COPENHAGEN. March 26.—The Hungarian National Council has been dissolved on motion of its president, a Budapest dispatch states. Dr. Ed Granger, who enlisted with the dental section of the armv shortly after the war broke out, is en route home from France. He has been promoted to the rank cif captain since going to the front. ’N I OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla . March 2a. The senate today passed finally by a vote ot 28 to IO the joint resolution cancelling the ter of the Southwestern Bell phone Company in the State. were not enough votes to pa I emergency, and. it having failed on the count, Hie vote was reconsidered and the matter left open for action ; at another time. The resolution passed the house several days ago. Bills on final passage and conference commit tee repor ts were passed on by the two houses today in preparation for the final work of the legislature. The senate completed action on a holts** bill by Mr. Pryor that prevents city officials becoming guardians for minors, and also prevents a guardian depositing money of his ward in a bank in which he is interested or employed. The huns** took final action on a conference report on the textbook | commission. Aa finally passed the commission provided for shall adjourn sine die when a full adoption is made. It is provided that if any additional adoption may be made the Governor may call th** commis*! Mon In session. The House adopted senate amendments to the bill providing for a state cemetery and passed finally the house bill exempting from taxa-i lion property belonging to religious and charitable institutions. The house also passed th*i house bill giving the absentee voter privilege to vote in a primary election. The senate reconsidered the adjournment resolution. It had been agreed to adjourn Wednesday at! noon, but it was seen today that this w’ould be impossible. The general a propria ti on hill is still out and a number of measures that should be considered. It is now be-; lieved that the asH**mbly will not he adjourned before Saturday. Bv I Ii,* Ass** i;it« ii Press BKK LIN. March 26. The German government will submit to the national assembly a proposal for the incorporation of the Soviet system in the constitution. The effect of this measure will be to establish a titre** chitmber system ot government. This will hi effect grunt one of the principal demands of the Spartacans and may be a bid for closer relations with the bolshevik! governments of Russia aud Hungary, in the opinion of some who have kept in touch with th* situation. STATH LOsKS SI IT AGAINST RHONE Kl. OKLAHOMA CITY, March 26.— The supreme court today virtually Knocked out the state's light to present the So nth western Bell Telephone comp mj from collecting the new rat*< fixed by Postmaster General I Burl* son. In an opinion written by Justice] Owen, the court denied petition for! an injunction against the telephone j Company The petition was presented for the state by Attorney Freeling. J The high court held that the post-: master general was the proper party ! to the suit aud that the telephone] company was only acting under his I orders and could not he prevented front carrying them out. Au injunction granted by the Okla-; boma district court was dissolved. Thief Justice Hardy and Justice Harrison dissent***! and rendered a dissenting opinion. They contended j that ii the postmaster general in fixing int ra-st ale rates was using proper discretion under th** order talk-, mg over control of the telephone companies, then he should bo made, a party to the action, but that lf he was not using the proper discretion! WILL BE PAVED la accordance with the petition of a majority of two property owners on the street affected, the city commissioners have advertised for bids for paving South Johnston avenue from 18th street to the city limits. The paving will he of concrete according to standard specifications and will he 26 feet in width from curb to curb. Other petitions are being circulated and it is more than probable that that stretch of paving will be connected with that in the business part of th* city in a short time. Time to Select Your Easter Suit VV bile nice mateiials and good grade clothing is rarher scarce, we are fortunately well supplied at the present time prices reasonable. MEN’S SUITS KOOL KLOTH    WOOLENS* $14.50 TO $17.50    $19.50    TO $39.50 AGAIN YOU HAVE A CHANCE-ONE LOT OF HATS, $5. Beautiful, new patterns just received from two of our New York houses. VALLEN $8.50 TO $17.50. LOT OF NEW READY-TO-WEAR JUST RECEIVED A PHONE 77 Qt&ARTMENT STORE S.M. SHAW, PROP. ' shushed to IMS AOA. OKLA. JON KS t MACKI. The box supper Saturday night vs as a great success. The proceeds! amounted to $r»2.47, which is; to be used for payment toward a singing, ten nights which have been taught. The remainder to he used for a 20-day singing school to he taught this summer. We thank surrounding communities! for their help. Jess Collins of Oakman closed a successful ten-night singing school I here Saturday night. Mr. Norton is away from home part of the time working with th** road tractor. Lee. Myrtle and Oma Norton Saturday with Opa' (I walt- AT THE PUT HOUSES FRENCH PAPERS spent ney. Mrs-urda v Bandy of Francis spent Saturn* Sunday with Mr. Casey and family. Mrs. Nolen ami Stillwell spent Sunday w ith Mrs. Jane Case>. Sunday School was fairly well attended Sunday. Chas. Gwaltney was elected leading superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Damron of Ada were with present next Sun-sharp. and let us School a sh coed it was not necessary ti* name him in the suit. The question of whether tin* post-] mast* r general was using the proper discretion was not passed upon in j iLu* majority opinion of th** court. Th** majority opinion held I fiat so1 far ;>s the telephone and telegraphs are concerned the country still ts in a stale of war and will he until the* pear** treaty is signed. MRS. JOSEPHUS DANIELS COUGHS ARE PREVALENT NOW DR. NOLEN’S WHITE HINE AND TAR COUGH SYRUP relieves the rough, stops the HACK, reduces the BARK to a mer* whisper. The Little Blond Boy may be RACKED with a hacking cough! tonight get a bottle of NOLEN’S, have it iii the house, and a sip or two will put LITTLE BLON DY into a quiet, peaceful 30c and 00c bottles NOLEN’S WHITE PINE AND TAR GvViti    Mays Drug Go. REX ALL REMEDIES    • Are you bilious? Is yoitr.liver sluggish? Have you that tired, lazy feel* ing? Do you get dizzy w hen stooping or on rising quickly? Is your tongue coated and have you a brackish taste in the morning? No matter what you eat does it -distress you? All these are symptoms of malaria. Them is an old prescription which '^ill eliminate malaria ,/roni/ your system. It was used by a prominent Southern physician, who practiced medicine for Arty years in West Tennessee. It has been preserved and Is now offered to the people of the South for the ills common to the South. It Is known as Gwin’s Swampland Liver Pills. It is a powerful liver stimulant and the most stubborn caste of malaria yield when these pills are used a reasonable time. They are guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money will be returned. On sale at all druggists for 25 cents a bottle. Get a bottle today and start on the road to strong vigorous health. Ask for them by name. us. Everybody he day at 2: MO p. in make our Sunday fill one. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Golden and family spent Sunday at Pickett visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fa liken berry. Miss Bulen attended church at Pickett Sunday morning. Couce Wilson visited Mr. Bailey Monday. Several of tin* Laddie girls spent Saturday niglit with Simi Tatum. Edna Herrin spent Saturday night at Pickett. All the pupils of Jones Chapel are planting gardens. Ransom Tatum is the proud possessor of a billy goat. Anni** Norton is out of school this week planting corn. Clyde Nolen spent Sunday with Bruce Casey. Mrs. Duvall, our canning demonstrator, was with us yesterday. Also Mr. Pyatt, the agricultural teacher of the Normal. He gave an interesting lecture on poultry. EDONBY LIBERTY. Another merry entertainment by1 the Frank Rich Musical Comedy Co. with its singers, dancers, comedians and beauty* chorus. The picture protea ii presents Vivian Martin in the Para iii oil nt production. Mirandv Smiles. AMERICAN. Fifth Episode of Houdini, the wonderful mystery story. Besides this the comedy, All Kinds of a Girl, will be presented, and Win. S, Hart will appear in the excellent western j story, A Desperate Chance. Coming I tomorrow. The Gypsy Trail. Pivshyterial M«H*t* Thursday. The Ardmore Presbyterial will hold its ^ first open session Thursday; afternoon at I o’clock in the Presbyterian church. I he ladies of all denominations are especially invited to attend these; services. UNDER IMJUiOi By tit# Associated Pres# PARIS, March 26.—It was learned tonight that the government had opened an inquiry into the manner in which Hie French press had been enabled to keep so closely In touch with the doings of the supreme coun- 0 oil >f the peace conference. Second Baptist Church. All members of the Second Baptist Church are earnestly requested to Lh* present at the Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, March 26th at 7:30. Business of importance to attend to at the close of prayer meeting.—E. A. Hardee. Pastor. Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you.—C. A. Cummins 1-15-tf IX ION VALLEY ITEMS. Mre. Josephus Daniel#, wife of th# secretary en the navy, is here shown in the blue uniform and black tricone hat of the Y. W. C. A. war work council, which she now wears on her visits to the hostess houses in different camps and several stations. Let a Want Ad get It for you. Corn planting is the order of the day. Many of the farmers are done. Wheat and oats an* looking fine. Levi Phillips and wife we** on the sick list last week. Buck Scott is >ery sick at this writing. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Odom a baby boy. Mother and baby doing fine. Two airplanes passed over this district last week; both were going toward Ada one Thursday evening arid th** other Friday morning. Mrs. Cathey and Mrs. Dyer visited Mrs. Odom Thursday afternoon. Mr. Turner from Ada was in our community Monday. Mr. Boat man and Lon Henry made a flying trip to Stonewall Saturday. Mr. Martema went to Oklahoma City Saturday. Miss Alta Sawyers of Stonewall was visiting in this community Saturday and Sunday. Misses Ida and Estella Leach were visiting their sister, Mrs. Marvin Dillard, Sunday. Grandpa and Grandma Dillard and Mr. Adams and family from Ahloso spent Sunday with Will Dillard and family. ‘ HUCKLEBERRY FINN.” WEATHER FORECAST. Generally fall; is the weather outlook for Thursday. Get a Want Ad get It for you. SPECIAL! AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Women’s Silk Dresses SPECIALLY PRICED AT Our Now \ ork representative made a very special purchase from a well known manufacturer. They aie fashioned of Silk Jersey, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Foulard and Georgette combinations; some are tastefully trimmed with embroidery—others draped and paneled. They are (EOC AA wonderful values at______I_______ The Surprise Store .Established 1903 JI5-117 West Main SI. Phone UT ;