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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he ^ba€benm  »r>a > M~> OMI IM a I'i I KS! JA Y, Ai'Ki*  V HI .I VI r* XVI  v i iMOvr ic  . % * AIA iJ Xii, AV/  I nut!  Ak. |    Al/ Abl  i iv I i r mu- r i i v im »-• * ;;  m. it's v> a—/ a- i J*. k> -*- JJ VZ NM A -X  Ladies Join the Auxiliary of the Commercial Club, Lfd b make Ada the cleanest, healthiest town in Oklahoma.,  I BRIIX.K >< AFFORDING 1X>L* LAIMS, THIumiNti MAXY INTO liKKJ 1  WATCH,  HK! a1 KY Ult AFFAIR WAS STAGED TO FRIGHTEN PEAfB CXXN-KEREN UK.  Cervc*ht l*iw lla-t Scli.afn*t & Mur*  S'  They 're making a hit with the returning fighters  T HE men that are coming home say a lot for the new waist-seam models. They like the way they fit, the snugness at the waist, the convenient pockets, vertical and slash. They like the distinctive air these models give.  We’re showing you here one % of the best—paneled back, with four rows of stitching around the waist. The pockets, too, are individual—note how they’re brought up to the waist-seam. This is only one of the manv good ones by—  Hart Schaffner & Marx  You van depend on t -nits an well us the s tailored; the fabrics ..»•« non guaranteed.  quality ut those ! hey’re carefull) ’I ooI,    S.itisfac-  TRK KS  1 4  fl v h* AvMH-latrd Press  Bristol. Ta . April I. Estimates todiv of the number of persons drowned or killed in the collapse of the patrol bridge fronting the ways of the Merchant Shipbuilding Corporation here, during the launching , .it Harriman near here of the freighter Waukau yesterday ranged between five and twenty. Early estimates placed the number at from ten to forty. About a scot? were injured, but none seriously.  After working all night divers brought up only four bodies and vonn officials expressed the belief that not more than one or two others had lo^t their lives. While between fifteen and twenty are known to be M-Ming. these officials e\pr«*ssed confidence they would turn up alive during the day. Between fifty and seventy-five men were on the bridge when it collapsed.  Thousands had assembled to set the laun h.ng and witnesses of the accident say the scaffolding seemed to turn over, precipitating its occupants into twenty-five feet of water. The accident happened flour minutes before fhe launching was scheduled to take place  HOOT’S AMENDMENT MAY BE ACCEPTED  P* lie A*ot«ted Pre**  PARIS. April * Commenting on the s \ an enduient* to the League of Natl ns covenant suggested by Klihu Hoot ii was slated today by one of C t legal specialists associated with th*- American pence conference delegation that lie believed all the i a me .od me- Is wert* aceebtable to the American d* legation  Bv the Assot lated Presa  BAKIS, April I. Reports to the French foreign otfioe indicate that the bolshevik revolution in Hungary was staged largely with the purpose of testing the strength of the will of the entente allies and was designed to frighten them with the idea that Germany would also rapidly disintegrate.  It is also a cause of comment that the Germans timed their objection to the landing of Polish troops ut Dan alg to coincide with the Hungarian outbreak. The Germans are slow to admit that they art firmly in the hands of the allies and reports are being circulated to the effect that the allies are divided among themselves, thus giving the Germans an opportunity to get betters terms in the end if thev stand firmly against the demands that the allies make.  Edwin C lapp Shoes  $25  T " $50  Intent o\ en Sock"  Cooper’s  Underwear  Kairle Shirts Stetson Hats Mallory Hats  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  BODIES or MINE  \  TO  BE SENT TO DETHOIT  St- v:r    >.»ted    Pre***  FORT WORTH. April I. Offices will leave here thie afternoon for D* -  Making Faces  That s what we do for a Bv ing We can make prettier the prettiest and make prettj  the bornites?.  Phone an appointment.  Stall’s. Studio  PHON E .H4  nit v vth the An * : lean army aviator coused of robbing a woman in Helot <•* jewelry valued at $1000 and,  J 2a rash. The aviator claims th*- jewelry was given tv■ him. He has been stationed at the I cal field  Af mauls. Notice.  Ada Lodge No 119 will rn*yt in called communica on promptly at fc o'clock tonight. Work in Master’s degree. Francis lode** will confer the degree. Be on time Miles <’ Grigsby, W M  Most wonderful to behold! Garments designed by America's foremost fashion thor, hts are embodied in a most remarkable .showing of new dresses, just rec* \«\1 at Ada’s foremost Fashion Center. Belter’s j Fashion Shop.    4-f-lt  John McKinney has returned from Dallas where he rpent Sunday with bis son, I>*e. He s .ys Lee is looking and feeling fine ai d that he expects to be home in a f* w days. Lee was  :  in France and re’ irn**d with the 133rd artillery.  Hr t|i<** a mw.** laird Pre** j TRINIDAD. Colo., Apt ii I. Work of lecovering the bodies of the thir-j teen ruiners entombed by an explosion Mi th* Empire mine at Aguilar j yesterday was completed today when rescue workers brought up two bodies. The bodies of eleven others were recovered yesterday.  LITTLE HIRL HURT  BY AUTOMOBILE  Th* three-yoar-old daughter oi Ben Rutbge and wife, Hast 9th street, wa* tun over by an auto Mon-dnv afternoon and badly hurt, but it is not known just how serious tho injuries are.  Mrs. Rutlcge was coming Dom the lake and as the ♦■ar passed them on the load home a fender caught the child and knocked her down. It is thought a wheel may have passed over bet  The driver brought the mother and child home, but Mrs Uutlege did not learn his name.  Vt RATIONS OK REPARATIONS AND BOUNDARIES BEING TH HRSH ED OPT.  H.\ th** Associated Brees  BARIS, April I. A feeling of apprehension over lack of progress} on the peace treaty persists in American circles here, although it is stilted authoritatively that differences which have arisen have not reached the status of a deadlock.  The principal difficulty has been found in settling upon the amount of reparation to be exacted from Germany, according to the newt method OI payment suggested by I the French delegation. This- plan, wa> presented Saturday before the council of foul and covered twenty-four typewritten pages. It has J been contended by some members: of the conference that the amount 1  demanded b> France is beyond the abilit> of the Germans to pay and that the sum should be fixed at a figure that can eventually be met.  It is said that the frontier question uow turns on the securing of military safety along the Rhine, making it impossible for the Gel-1 mans to launch another surprise attack oil France.  Wilson Shirks No Responsibility.  PARIS, April I. President Wilson today explained that be was willing to accept his share of responsibility f or peace confer* nee delays. II** was careful to point out that th** slowness of the negotiations was not due to any single country or its representative.  Itu**y Day for Wilton.  BARIS. April I President Wilson was again in attendance today at the meetings of the council ot four dealing with peace problems.  I Between sessions of the couoc.il the president received th** Bishop el Spalato, representing Jugo-Slav in-I forests in the Dalmatian coast controversy. In the forenoon the president had a conference with Josephus Daniels, secretary a1 Ole navy, before the latter’s departure for Italy,  FIGURED Georgette, Foulards  and Crepe-de-clune  Appear in New Frocks  The styles are so unusual that no one would expect to find the price so low. The new trimmings and the new lines mark these out-of-the-ordinary. You will find the hest colors for this season in these new dresser  Up to $49.50  Millinery  Do not fail to see our line of new’ Hats which are on display in our millinery department. HatF for every occasion.  New Spring Dry Goods Special  Voiles, Ginghams and Lawns just arrived which we are offering at a special price. Good patterns.  Come and see these for yourself, for you can save money. Values up to 35c yard.  SPECIAL—20* YARD  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW. PROP.  Established in I MKI  AJA,OKLA.  PACKERS RELEASED F  stated at the food administration that th*- president’s action released the packers from supervision of every kind exercised by the food administration, including restrictions upon margins of profit.  - 4    0e    Blate    Lunch,    Harris    Hotel   w  „    .     #     Cafe.    11:30    to    2:00.-    New    Manage-  By the AKSooiatvd I re**    o    o    I     mo   WASHINGTON, April I Boder    ____________ _  proclamation, effective today, signed  by Bresident Wilsou at Baris, all Renton s Blight Remedy for sale at m<*at packers were released from Gwin & Mays Drug Store. Guarante food administration control It was 2-27-2mo*  i  WE HAVE HEARD  that the ladies are now voting than why not jo < th** Chamber of Commence and make that VOTE COFNT.  COLUMBIA RECORDS  Made by LITT GATEN  Italian Street Song. (From “Naughty Marietta”); The  Cuckoo Clock.  Swine Echo Song; Solveig s  Song.  Shells of Ocean; All Through the Night.  Spring; Sing Sweet Bird. Listen to the Mocking Bird, i Bird imitations by S. S. Eagan); The Nightingale Song, (Bird imitations by S. S. Far  .    -ti*  Blue Danube Waltz; Carmetta Waltz.  VOL ARE CORDIALLY TH  Sing Mt Hogan ade.  to Sleep; Angers  Aloha Oe; Jualita.  Sing. Smile, Slumber (Serenade); Ave Maria.  Last Hose of Summer; Bohemian Girl (I Dr* amt That I Dwelt in Marble Hulls).  Sleep, Raby Sleep (Lullaby); On the Alma.  Carry me Back to Old Virginia; Massa’s in do Cold, Cold Ground.  Darling Nelly Gray; My Old Kentucky Home.  CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME IN AND HEAR BSE LUCY GATES RECORDS AND OTHERS.  Join the Ladies* Auxillary Chamber of Commerce for a Greater and Cleaner Ada.  Cutin <S- Mays Drug Co.  AUTOR DAMAGER IN  An accident occured yesterday when the cars of Mm. Gilbreath and Mrs. Holmen met in a collision on Main and Hop**. Th.* front wheel was knocked from Mrs. Gilbreath’s ear. an axle bent and a fender pretty badly damaged. Mrs. Holmes car in suffering from two blown up tires a crippled running board and a fender that will not soon recover from the nervous shock  LIGHT VOTE POLLED AT OKLAHOMA CITY  Dr tie* Assoc I a tad Press OKLAHOMA CITY, April I—-With women participating, Oklahoma City voters were today selecting a mayor, commissioner of public, property commissioner of accounting, aud school board treasurer. J. C. Walton, democrat, opposes C. H. Rus-republican, in the may orality According to early reports the was unusually light.  sell,  race  vote  Admired H*» Ploefc.  •Well,” said Uncle SI Drugging after a nolo by a fashionable church choir tenor, “if that ain’t th*- rudest thing I ever saw. Just as Main as that young man began to sing. every other member of the choir Stopped. But lie went through with it. and I must say I admire his spunk.”—Boston Transcript.  Not Half.  ’Hie ticker doesn’t always tell every* thing that happens a Wall street.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  MAIER GOOD START  The membership campaign for the Women’s Auxiliary was launched this morning according to schedule and a thorough canvass made during the tw’o hours allotted to the work. A full report could not be secured today in time for publication.  lf anyone has been overlooked in the big drive please call Mrs. Byron Norrell and a window card will be sent at once.  SPECIAL!  New Georgette Blouses  for Easter  SPECIALLY PRICED AT  $4.75  Blouses of Georgette, in newest styles. This lot, specially priced, offers a timely opportunity. The new sleeve styles, the new collar effects, there are beaded and lace-trimmed modes—and those with beautiful embroidery, in flesh, maze, tea rose, white, bluette and navy.  SEE THEM TODAY!  The Surprise Store  Established 1903 •  J15-117 West Main St.  ll Phone   

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