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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             TWO CENTS THE COPY ABA OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MARCH 31, NUMBER 15 VOLUME XVI. Ladies; "join the Auxiliary of .the Commercial Club make Ada the healthiest town in Oklahoma. They're making a "hit" with the returning fighters THE men that are coming home say a lot for the new waist-seam models. They like the way they fit, the snuemess at the waist, the con- venient pockets, vertical and slash. They like the distinctive air these models give. We're showing you here one of the paneled back with four rows of stitching around the waist. The pockets, too, are note how they re brought up. to the waist-seam. This is only one ot :the many good ones Hart Schaffner Marx You can depend on the quality as well as the style, they're the avr all-wool. lion uuuranteed. those carefully Edwin Clapp Shoes PRICES T0 Interwoven Socks Cooper's Underwear Eagle Shirts Stetson Hats Mallory Hats STEVENS-WILSON CO. FIX AN CIU. PROBUffiM ONE OK HATIDKST FACING TKACB CONFERENCE. Assovliitpd Press WANTS ALLIED ARMIES WITH- DRAWN; WILLING TO MAKE CONCESSIONS. By the Associated Tress IHV ASSOVHIIPU I 1T33 rvnrff March The German j LONDON, March AI. George financial 'sub-commission which Is to i Laiisbury. editor of the new labor discuss the financial questions t the allied representatives has ar- rived at Spa k CU Late advices said the meeting would likely be hold-at Versailles The Berlin dispatches Saturday saici the German commission would stop at Spa en route to the place of meeting They will await further developments. The financial .prob- lem is one of the hardest of all the difficult! iprobjems at the Paris peace conference, all reports state. The allied delegates want lo assess as much damage against Germany as she can pay, but are anxious not to go too far. tne Daily Herald, de- have received a proposal for an. understanding with the .present rulers of central Rus- sia, the bolshevlki. He Intimates that the conditions of the under- standing are .the withdrawal of the allied troaps now in Russia, the abandonment of the trade policy of interference with Russian affairs. Russia on her part would be willing not to interfere with the affairs of other nations and would be willing to withdraw from Finland, Esthoivia, Ukraine and other republics which have chosen their own governments, I It is also intimated that the sian leaders will agree to; a full and j complete payment of the interna- tional debt. Lasbury did not state where he obtained this information. STARVATION FACES PARTS OF POPULATION' IN AUSTRIA, REPORTS SAY. By tlio Associated PARIS, March reports that the railroad, strike in Germany and Austria had been settled were untrue, according to a Vienna dis- patch to the Echo de Paris this, morning, forwarded by way of Genoa. The negotiations which have been going on between the strikers, Chancellor Renner and) Secretary for military affairs Deutsch have failed., If the strike continues on the east-j ern and southern parts of the ef-i fected districts, according to reports, the situation will become grave indeed in a few days.. As it is now, the supplies in the "towns and cities are running short and actual starvation faces a part of the popu- lations. HOHKMIA RHPOKTKD TO KK WAK AGAIN THKKATKX. Hv tbe Associated Tress ASIKIUC-AX EMBASSY TO INVESTI- GATE ALLEGED JAPANESE ACTIVITY. March 31 --'iW. THKODORB HANSON, FOUND- Dy Press Bovernnient is re-! Kit OK I.BACJl'K. ADDRESSES WASHINGTON, March SI.-The Hnnga-iian M4SSMKKT1XG. ,it Mexico City was to' have sent an aultimatuni ,u the Czecho-Slovnk government, according to Vienna advices. Tins action was taken because of the concentration of Czechoslovak MASS.MKKT1XG. i at Mexico City was today instructed to make inquiries j concerning the report that Mexican Dr Theodore Hanson of Kansas' government had granted agricultural 111' ineCMHHtf JlilHSUli VL i c i ii o- City manager and general su-perln- j concessions to Japanese m Lower m- and report the facts im- tendon t of the National Public Wei 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. KOOLKLOTH WOOLENS TO 817.50 TO AGAIN YOU HAVE A CHANCE- ONE LOT OF HATS, Beautiful, new patterns just received from two of our York houses. LOT OF NEW READY-TO-WEAR JUST RECEIVED. PHOMC 77 S.M.SHAW. Kctablisbed In 19M i of apparent Japanese success in ob-, "Emphasis is laid on the fact that; a loop sought foothold in organized society, the body .politic, I Lowel California and because the assume ihe responsibility ot j ]and jnvolved was developed and is WELLS DRILLING must assume mi: land involved was aeveiopeu anu dealing with the causes of our so-, b an Amerlcan company cial ills rather than simply hand-; wcre declared forfeited ling the product." b ,'h government on April Dr. Hanson advocates the policy, D> me wex L t. 'hat "Efficiency in government is- not building institutes to house the j social wreckage hut rather to elim-l from Mexico City. .MEXICO CITY, March WILSON AND LLOVO GBOIU5E -Kit IN TO HAST- EN 1'HOCKKDIXGS. the cause have been of our boy- to agri of .playing ____ we must brother1 spirit." lands in Lower Calif e Saturday by e, Undersecre- General Amado A have said there were not six homes in Ada where the house and sur- could qualify by the gov The speaker deals very definitely tary of Development and Agriculture 'with the public amusements as an The affirmation was made, how- 1 outstanding destructive or construe-1 ever, that the concessions were fullj live" element in character building.; authorized by the provisions of the community play-life either sup-j jicxlcan Constitution regarding the i n e-jtVirtnl 1 .-__.1 tHo iPrritflvV 111 ILL, WHAT ABOUT _ _. _ A _ i Gt UU' UerillUM i aiUI CIHIIA.-II nvm-. i renu iun i u TUC P [Ay IIP thal wmlhl be ass'Knetl to having ill charge the peace negolia- counter and undermines the! fi.ontici. IIMnC uLLAn nn has reached the that; of Tlierc WM erninent's standards of sanitation so, j.j. .-The community play-life eitner sup-; Mexican constitution rt-jiarums j March 31. The depart- j and bulwarks the school ;lrpa nml position of the territory in foreign office, iinU church and home or.it runs ,.el.llion to the ocean shore and the eotia- .l undermines the! IK ADA TERRITORY KNIIOLE BANKER KILLED AI The Daokla Oil Company is drill- SHAWNEE, Okla., March in-at 900 feet in section 16-3-6. The JohM Briscoe, prominent business log of the well is following pretty man and banker of Seminole was shot closely the IOR of the first well drill- j and instantly killed at his home Sat- ed in this locality. John Fitz, who is j urday night, and Joe M. Grisso. also. charge of this development, is very prominent in Semmole, is under _ i OT1 feeling optimrstic over the outlook. The Oil State Oil Company is drill- ing ;iround 200 feet in the new well in section 34-5-7. This well is in es- tablished oil and gas territory. The Magnolia is ;drilling around 350 feet in the new well in 33-5-7 arrest charged with the murder. So far as is known there were no wit- nesses of the killing except Mr. Bris- coe's young son. Grisso has made no statement. He was arrested at the home of his cousin, Dr. W. E. Grisso, by Deputy Sheriff Lon PolK, who Tlierc noiiiinp in the conces- does not it WM nsgci.ted by Bunder- German! government should act However. Dr. have the whole' the co-cessions to the J1VJIC Japanese were said to be absurd fount-en points. changed any j the hon.e town iht; samo thing in a measure doU leet m me new wen m near Francis. The company has en- brought him' to the Shawnee Jail to countered bad luck in this avoid any possible violence on the this being the third time to start a part of Sriscoe s friends. Fleet Cooper's automobile laundry now open.'Cars laundred Fleet Cooper garage service first. 3-31-6t Let a Want Ad get it for you. hole- Announcement. There' will be church at Walnut Grove Sunday, April 6. Everybody invited. Rich man. poor man, Eeggar man, thief, lawyer. Merchant, chief. riease. remember our studio poes on a strictly cash basis on tomorrow, April 1. A deposit will be required at the time sittings are made, and balance must be paid be- fore work leaves the studio. WE POSITIVELY WILL NOT CHARGE ANY ACCOUNTS. We would like to extend you credit, you would pay. but the one who may be standing near you would also want credit, he ilon't pay: result Is this loss is ADDED ON TO COST TO DO only in ours, but all business alike- and the public has it to pay. liy eliminating this credit system enables us to give even better service than here-to- fore. Stall's Studio I'HO.NE 84 The move to clean up and kecip clean can count a recruit and a backer from every one of them. The government round sound mil- itary and economic reasons) for keep- camps so clean, but we reckon with a stronger motive person affection. So look over your house, yard and alley tomorrow see what is to be done ai your place to make a. clean enough even for soldiers. l.l 'u a question In tfte. is mauC helpful and Jjonerai Amado Apulrre in an Inter- t ft aft.1: are he 1 March in.-Premler concessi Paris, March r sanitarv condition? are ne WOUIQ noi. t..c George and President Woodrow Wil- j .md c prm Japanese e- son conferred privately today for an iuinib.ieo in uie _ ,t hart allv offiolai hour before the Council of Four met son comerreu prmneij bQVS hour before the Council of Four met also tnat "we are very ai the president's Paris residence. It I with respect to our ob- is understood the conference was for j.' ations lo the murderers and crun- ihe purpose of expiating the -peace i whom we place in our pen- i.___ ._ ___ iVinfull in pril I l UlU i i v-. ,.._ .h.ls gatiou here denied it had any official 'that "we are very- knowledge of the actton. proceedings. Notice Property Owners. The property owners of 12th street are lequested to meet at the Even- ing News office Wednesday even'mg for the purpose or discussing the paving of the slreet. Many import- ant features will be and the presence of all property owners is urgently requested. L. S. Chilcutt, 1-. K. Franklin. K. A. MacMillan, J. V. Criswell, T. O. Dandridge, J. Witherspoon. J. K, Harris. MEN ENTOMBED III WRECKED MIKE Hv llio Assncliiti'il Thirteen men are reported iniiis. w jtvui itentiaries. to see that all modern and sanitary appliances are lur- nished to see that the institution is ke.pt clean and wholesome." Then whv should not society be as much, interested in the multitude of boys and girls outside of our penal in-1 stltutes living, in unsjnitary and un- wholesome conditions? _. He insists that "it Is in the from the standpoint of t zone between Hungary and only, to build out of the boys and, ,a bcen atlacked( by Hun- rnlo March siHs a constructive citizenship thai e of reno ted en- .0 handle them or to care for them ac- ATTACK FRENCHMEN rres3 March small force _t_ Thlrteen men are reporieu have cone wrong, tombed in the Empire mine oi fcm- they nave K Pnnl romnanv. near Aguilar, openea 01 r lUUIUvU. tiii- i pire Coal company, near Aguilar, Colo which was wrecked by an ex- I plosion this morning. Twenty-three of the thirty-six miners in the mine I at time of the explosion were taken prench belns takea ac cordlng to an official report re- out. WE HAVE HEAHU-- that the Ladies now why not join the Cham- tier of Commerce ;md make that VOTE COUNT. COLUMBIA RECORDS Made by LUCY GATKS Italian Street Song. (From "Naughty The Cuckoo Clock. Swiss Echo Song; Solveig's Song. Shells of Ocean; All Through the Night. Spring; Sing Sweet Bird. listen to the Mocking Bird, (Bird Imitations by S. S. Fa- The Nightingale Song, (Bird imitations by S. S. Fa- Blue Danube Waltz; Car- mena Waltz. Sing Me lo Sleep; Angel's Serenade. Aloha Oe; Jtianita, Sing, Smile. Slumber (Sere- Ave Maria. Last Rose of Summer; Bo- hemian Girl (I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Sleep, Baby Sleep On the Alma. Carry tne Back to Old Vir- ginny; Massa's In de Cold, Cold Ground. Darling Nelly Gray; My Old Kentucky Home, YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME IN. AND HEAR THESE LUCY GATES RECORDS AND OTHERS, Join, the Ladies' Auxiliary Chamber of Commerce .for a Greater and, Cleaner Ada. Gvtin Mays Drug Co. AI IHE M costs i coming i-u ILU. eyes when he said ceived here today, alone in the United States Germalls rvi.ii tiinn thp education coss m nil our children." Thus showing us has unfortunately to Leave. BERLIN, March 31. The diplo- matic agent of the German govern- how "Religion has nieilt at .Budapest has advised the been too closely connected, witn. Germans to leave Hungary death and not enough with life. Those who were present, on the. occasion of the meeting last eve- ning were Impressed with the sin- J K L 1 tr i eei-itv of Dr. Hanson's message and it certainly behooves every citizen of Adii to improve this opportunity ito acquaint himself with this great has modern movement. IJBERIY. Mibs "Mtirniu't't Llllie, wno [uotitri n proved popular heretofore, returns The mothers, especially, are urgea his week and will appear at UQ be present at the service to be L .i._ nrtAr- i lie Liberty with her show girls. In addition to the vaudeville the patrons of this house will he favored with Tony America, a picture program that is interesting and touching. AMERICAN. The visitors to this show tonight will witnebs three good pictures. "The Lighting is a good one. In addition will be seen Har- old Lloyd in "I'm On My and a V. comedy "Bums and Boarders' This makes up a tasty program. Qultman Prewett la back home from overseas service, having receiv- ed his discharge from the army. Quit- man Is a perfect specimen of young American manhood and looks the pic- ture of health and pep. Dally Thought. I will die in the last of Orance. held 'nt the church Tuesday after- City Hall This morning the lord mayor as- sessed a fine of ?8.75 each against two youthful chaps for drunkenness. Since Gary Kitchens was appointed to fill the unexpired term as mayor he has made a record for the collec- tion of fines. Mr. Kitchens has plac- ed his 'Office and the police force on a solid financial basis, this depart- Cniircn i-ycauaj a 3011U IinUDCliU urtaia, Lina o'clock when the sub-j ment of the municipal government noon iect under discussion will be, "Pre- vention, Not Cure." "The What, Why and How" will be the subject under discussion at the evening service on tomorrow evening at o'clock. The committee appointed last night consists of J. M. Gordon, W. W. Sledge, R. E- Blanks, Mrs. C. L. Orr Mrs Byron Norrell, Mrs. J. H. Bowd, Gary Kitchens. Rev. S. B. Damron, Mrs. H. A. J. E, Hlckman, Robt. W. M, Crutchfield, Mrs. Tom Hope, Mrs. Wayne L. A. Ellison; R W. Simpson, Mrs. C. O. Barton, Mrs. C. E! B. Cutler. Just received a carload of alfalfa molasses1 horse, and mule feed and shelled corn and. chick feed. Also have the Norris Stevens improved Me- cotton L, Holcomb Feed 3-Sl-2t being almost self sustaining. Here is his record of collections for the four months he has been mayor: 596.25 March...........500.00 This is an average of over per month. Lieut. A. Longley Fentem has re- ceived his discharge from the army and is now at home. Lonpley had an enviable career while in the service, going from a buck'private to a 'com- missioned officer without going through an officers' training camp. Fleet Cooper's automobile laundry now open. Cars laubdred Fleet Cooper garage eervlce first, 3-31-61 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, Gowns, Union Suits, Skirts, Bloomers, mod- erately priced. The Surprise Store Established 1903 .115-117 West Main St. Phone 117   

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