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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 14. Dresses rorri' and other good makers Charming- Spring Styles in plain and printed Georgettes, Taffeta, Foulards, and combinations of these materials. Frequent arrivals keep our assortment of Dresses fresh, new and complete. PRICES: T0 received, nice assortment of Girl's Capes: STEVENS-WILSON CO. ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. BD n, IS TWO GENTS THE COPY IMH'STKl.AI. mSTHlOT TIED UP. DKMAXO VOK OK RKPS. llv tlii' Ansiii-iii tril COPENHAGEN, March strike in tl'.o Kuln- industrial district. is extending according to Essen dls- patches today. Thirty thousand men an- reported out. At it striker meet- ing roar Dortmund Thursday de- mands formulated including the es- inltliKhment uf political and econom- ic relations with the Russian Soviet and trlsarmameni or tin- Poles In Ger- CLAIMS INSURING TURK S: MAN INVASION. tiytho AKKiiclatoU 1'reM PARIS, March 28.-r-In laying her claims before the council of four to- day France of all, that nor boundaries as fixed by the treaty of .Pruls. May 30, 1914, be made her OR1P OF GROWING UNREST. FAMINE IS THREATENED. By ther Assoclntcd Presi COPENHAGEN, March strike in Austria was extended Fri- day, to the Northern railway and as a consequence traffic 'between Vienna and the outside world is almost at a U1S, May ,W, ll'JH, DC lUUue nur aim MIC UULSIUC VTVIIU in wimvui. now boundaries and that the- Saarj standstill according to Vienna ad- coal basin be Included to offset the vices. The bread ration is expected destruction of the Lens coal region! to be reduced b'y.one-half next week or France by the Germans when they if the' strike continues. TO RELIEVE MEN evacuated it. In the Rhine province, on the of the river it is insisted that i the Germans shall not be permitted io .'stublish fortifications, .occupy' Flu- territory with armed forces, nor control the railways.. On the Alsace-! Lorraine line it is demanded tha-t the Rhine shall be the natural frontier I cif if IJfUL IrfBUflHE WASHINGTON. March Department oftlcials express confi- denc-> thai no trouble will be experi- enced in raising a force of vol- unteers for overseas service, the call for which, the department announc- ed today, has been prepared and will be published probably tomorrow. Tho men will be offered early duty in j France, ii was stated, us a relief for j mull in the expeditionary forces who, wish to return home. Tin t.roops are to be concentrated at Camp Monde, Md., nnd probably will be sent over in contingents of 1- 1M10. The period of enlistment will be lor three years. The bulk of the men HIV expected to come from recently discharged troops, who after a short "varaiion" as civilians, desire to re- turn to army life. Another incentive expected to have a decided effect on the recruiting campaign is looked for among the men, who. after having been drafted iruined. prevented t'rotu go- ing overseas by promulgation of the armistice. Opportunity to see service in Germany, ii is though I. will lead many of these to enlist. A number of uflicers. probably ton or twelve, will be sent overseas with cadi increment of 1.000 men leaving I THUKATKN TO UKKAK TICK IK ALLIES PllESS MAM) POKES. UIL' ASMK-liitt'il BKHL1X, March Local Anzieger publishes a statement, to the effect that it understands thul suspension of the armistice with tin allies is possible. This follows the action of the al- lies in demanding permission for divisions I hat OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., March the legislature may ad- jjourn today, with -possibly a night session that may extend into morn- ing, was indicated today when the senate, on motion ot Senator Harri- son, look up the adjournment reso- lution reconsidered several days ago and fixed the time for.adjournment for tomorrow. The resolution as it left the house set- the.time at noon oi' the day for adjournment, but usually the session continues until the work is finished, generally end- Ing after a night session.. The senate worked on house and senate bills today to perfect them after they had come from the house or just before going over there. Ap- propriation bills for some of the state institutions for maintenance state institutions for maintenance a statement, to i j, h years were passed. the effect that it understands that bv The resolution from the house by Representative Harrison, providing for a ninety-day session of the leg- islature at Jlu a day pay, was lu' passed bv the senate, but modified three Polish d.visions Hat have J d fought on the east front to land at Ti.iV an -u-iendment offered by DauKli; and .march through German fndment o.feiul b> PoKnd Senator Harrison. The pay amencl- however, was to the effect; Time to Select Your Easter Suit While nice materials and good grade clothing is rather scarce, we are fortunately well supplied at the present time; prices reasonable, MEN'S SUITS KOOLKLOTH WOOLENS TO TO AGAIN YOU HAVE A CHANCE- ONE LOT OF HATS, Beautiful, new patterns just received from two of our New York houses. VALUES TO LOT OF NEW READY-TO-WEAR JUST RECEIVED. PHOflf 77 S.H.SHAW. PROP. Kstnbllshed In IBM ADA, OKLA. made it ;L point that to the Polish army: to West Prussia referring to the The resolution has passed house, but. now must back the AI w PLAY mm amn Meaile io f m1 i-unsu ai mv: u> j. i---- These will be used a. the cuncen- in the armistice agreement with tho, there for on tration camp to givtvihe preliminary entente. The reply says that. since j amendment. me set training necessary to whip the men I the conclusion of the armistice the grant into casual organizations anrt to make entire situation in PORon, West, tho retired On Russia and- has been entive-l Mr. of the al in Europe they will take the places i of officers who are eligible for dis- 1 charge. By Press lini-nos Ayres, March ;u'n- fi-al Indian uprisini; in Mendoza ro- porlt-d aivl it is said one tribe sacked a fort in Vunka killing the garrison of two nun-commissioned officers and fifteen nu'ii. The Indians escaped tak- ing 1'orses aud supplies from the fort, according reports. Liberty. The Frank Rich comedians will present another highly entertaining program this evening. The picture program presents another install- ment of "The Lure of the Circus." the Screen Magazine and the L-Ko Ko-iiiedy, "tlumbells and Hone- heads." I'leaniiiK I'p County. Okla.. March 2'J.-- The sheriff's force has been engaged the past week in making a system- atic raid on liquor selling places in this and adjoining towns, and a quantity of "corn licker" origin- ating in the glens of the Jack Fork mountains, has been confiscated. Hundreds of gallons of Choctaw beer, the brew that "made Coalpate famous." has offered as u li- bation to Mother Knrth. Several arrests were made. Auicriciui. "The Amazing Compositor" is a live-act coniady drama presenting Mary Miles MitUer in one of the very best roles. It is some pic- ture. On Wednesday evening of next week Kitty Gordon will appear on Adele. a masterpiece (if special merit. Let a Want Ad get It for you. .Notice, Subscribers. Some changes will be made in the carrier boys Monday and the public is asked to be patient with errors if any occur. Just notify Mrs, Rid- dle in case you are missed and they will be given attention. Under the new plan it is believed that tho subscribers will get quicker service. THE EVENING NEWS. XOTKS. I Carrie Roach and Gather Van .Meter from the Normal and Carl i Perkins and Cecil Quails from the j training school attended the State [Sunday School Association at Okla- homa "City the past week. Mary Esther Chisholm. Mollie, KM a iind Clara Russell, Gladys Coble. Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Perkins, j Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. 'Breco were; .among the visitors this morning] who attended Dr. Croasdale's last 'lecture to the women of the school. 'Jack Cannon and Conn Roach have era] .Mangiii figure us prominently to- entered for Hie spring term, the for- day as they did a year ago. mer having been discharged from I Will Germany play the racoon or army and the latter from thei bolshevik? She may cross her arms navy. j and say "We will not sign your I Miss Spriggfi has been absent I would mean that the from school the past week on ac-1 allies would have to occupy the whole count of illness. Her classes are of Germany and run the country as a referee runs the estate of u bank bouse, passed that, body for a commission, to be selected from the legislature to make the code revision. The senate changed this and .provided that a contract for! the work to bo given to C. 9. of Ardmore. Tilts house disagreed I to this and asked for a conference.! It is the purpose to send that bill i back to the house and have thatj j body consider the matter more ful-j i ly. Deficiency PA IMS. -March that Germany will not sign the peace i treatv as now formulated is Browing la.ieous was killed in the house) oy. rainn, .__ iniHnritv V There is more talk of war in tiie French press than there is of peace. The uu'.jies of Marshal Koch and Cen- her sister, Miss to required majority vote, of for Lieutenant Gov-1 ernor Trap'p and for Sidney! Suggs of Ardmore, formerly State I Highway Commissioner; were stn-ck-1 en'from the bill. Trap's claim cov-i a time when he was acting! and Governor Williams was'out of the state. Suggs' claim i dates back to the early days of the Highway department when it was at- ited to run the department on collected  entente powers would rather S0n, Assistant State. Highway Com- i_t_ ______________________i August until the armistice signed, being wounded in the Ar goune Wood. He Is fully recovered, however, and will begin work next Monday in the capltol at Oklahoma City, Unrbers. Nolice. 1 All union shops, beginning Slon day. Miirchi 31, will open at S a. m., 1 and close at 7 p. in., except on Sal- 1 uvdays when thev will close at 10 p. Arnett, Sec. 3-27-St .Mist received a car of seed corn. I Special Seed and Feed i Phone GOT. 3-27-21 Second Baptist. Church. Special services-for the-benefit of 'home and foreign missions will bfii r.itMur uc iuv 'held at. the Second Baptist Church i uodv Go to Sunday School" day for gin with .Germany forcibly resisting .Sunday evening at X o'clock. All1 -----------1 are cordiallv invited. inlssioner at the same time, was lowed by the house. -This .was or services and money advanced to otn- of iisinc'a national army to police'the Governor Robertson let it be of Germany. i known today that he ac- German government. with.which they can sign peace than, government at all. None ot the nations cherishes the prospect oii; 01 uermany. i -ivuuw.u Auotber possibility Is that Ger- lion on the resolution, passed manv mav throw a bolshevist flt. I legislature cancelling the charter froth at tiie mouth and shout, "I am I the Southwestern Bell bolshevist. You can't make me sign] Company, so that it Sunday School (Contributed) anything, and if you don't look out I will infect your people with tho mania." The third possibility Is the re- I TIT our 35c meals. I fe. 214 West Main. Imperial Ca- 2-6-tf COUGHS ARE PREVALENT NOW UK. NOLEN'S WHITK PINK AND TAR COUGH SYRUP, relieves the cough, stops the HACK, reduces BARK to a men) whisper. The Little Blond Boy may RACKED with a hacking (rought tonight--get a bottlc of NOLEN'S, have it in Ihe house, and a or two will put LITTLR BLONDY into ft 'qmet, peaceful 30c and 60c bottles NOLEN'S WHITE PINE AND TAR Grtin Mays Drug Go. .REXALL EEMEDIES 1 r Sunday will be the "Every-; sumption of warfare, which would be- uoiy o to Sunday School" day for gin with .Germany forcibly resisting 1'ontoioc County. Let us begin now allied measures, such as the landing in earnest lo work, plan and pray for; of the Polish troops or refusal to, denied that he m- mighty decision day at that time. recognize the new Polish frontiers. Tel eph get. to fur- _ The sovWnor is expected to veto it as lie has indicated he would. The resolution did not reach him this evening, but is expected to be act- ed upon by him In the morning and sent immediately to the legislature 1 .1.1. .1 1-1 J-L Kighty per cent of the present work ing forces of the church through the Sunday school of yester- day. Lot us try to make for the next generation 100 per cent of the forces of i he Sunday schools saved to the church. Statistics give us only 15 per rent of the Sunday school forces saved to the church at. present. Let us leach the youth of our day knowledge of I he great principles which give abundant and eternal life. Everybody go to Sunday school Raster. recognize the new roiisn frontiers. j (emied to hold :-j While-such threats are hardly tak-i de8lc aftst e i en seriously, there are accumulating aud lei Mrs. Russell, secretary, reported; "Noics paid up in full on piano and a balance of in the treas- ury." Tlii- commissioner on gardening reported: "No available lots." Supl. Hickman presented the i totely to many Snm.h African folk, and schQo] the lndleB to When the Baboon 'boon a sore' troublt indications that Germany feels sui the allies are not in a position to "stnrl I1 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Parent Teachers Association of Glenwood met, Friday afternoon at 8 Itic governor UIMIH-U i tended to hold the measnhe on his desk until after the legislature ad-j jonrned and let it die. I The deadlock' between the senate land -the house on House Bill No. 1315. which' is the general salary bill ithat increases tho pay of many ot the state employes, continued today and must so to- a free conference of Senate and House poison eluljs'lmve lipen founded keep them1 awiiy and reduce their numbers. Baboons recently raided a Tarm In RohertNon, all to drive them away, rod6 'the donkeys In the buck Lalngj- Or'lvon by they .raided gardens In broad .daylight. Any King 'Would "I 'can trace my descent In 'a ;rfltect Lne'froni -one of IdujiB ol she "Whlclf ontfP fea I1 don't recoil the did England "JMo) News. Let a Want Ad get it for you. 'inter, that they may have the oppor- lunio to vote'for more room, better equipment, better schools. Mrs, McKoy urged the ladies to pet into the civic Improvement cam- paign and'make it "go.' After all 'bushiess was settled, the teachers entertained the mothers with a social half Hour, Mies Is a reader of rare: talent, favored them with two read-; rngs. Miss Miller, music supervisor for the school'furnished'music. After the program the-ladles were ushered to a table beautifully decor- ated with spring violets and 'iris, where they were served to punch ftnd by Mrs. Deaver and Mrs. Smith. commiLicf ui members if house actioiv taken this ii.fternoon is followed. House members debated the sen- ate amendments of the bill on Thursday afternoon and decided not to concur In them. Thfe senate wants an 'attorney in the hanking department, 'another in the school land department and a secretary for the lieutenant gover- nor The house would not agree on either-' The -bill" was sent back to the conference' -committee, which re- ported late today that It was Im- possible 'to agree: The house voted'- "to stay by tne previous house 'action on the mat- ter motion of Representa- tive .Stevenson decided to call lor; a free5' conference committee. This would place the" bill in the hands of ineMbdra than on previous confer'etice'tio'riimltteeB and give that committee to do as it saw fit with the This measure caused' a- stand as be- cause' a- tween the and "house than any other bill throughout the ses- sion, 1 The attitude of some house inem- NEW Silk Underwear for Spring Our Spring stock of Silk Underwear is more complete than ever before. Materials of Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Satin are used. Delightful styles, marvelously finished in froths of lace and many tucks. A variety of styles, Vests, Teddies, Union Skirts, Bloomers, mod- erately priced. The Surprise KstaMisru'd .'T5-H7 Wesl ftfam St. Phone 117   

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