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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 VOLUME XVI.  NUMBER 25  ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, APRIL ll, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  CLEARANCE  of  Ladies Spring Suits  The price of every Ladies* Suit in the store is sharply reduced for quick clearance. The styles are new; the values extraordinary.  Ladies* $20 and $25 Suits—  Special____________________________  Ladies* $27.50 to $35 Suits—  Special ____  Ladies* $37.50 to $45 Suits—  Special___________________________  Ladies* $50 to $75 Suits—  Special___________________________  $16.95  $24.50  $29.50  $39.50  |  UA 1*11* IMUM.lt KSS NOW ll hi Mi M A rn; AT PABIS PRACK < Vmfereiiff,  Heroin Kl* Ti IR ATY WHX URA OY KOK GERMANS IN SHOUT TIMP.  BK  |t> t ti* AfcMHiMlrd l*r«*s#  WASHINGTON. April ll. -More ’ progress ha*; been made In the peace ; I (joufercnce during the past twenty- i four hours than for the entire prev-1 j ious two weeks, according to advices! ! received today at the White House! from Paris.  Without giving details these ad-j vices indicated that some of the difficulties delaying the progress in ne-j gotta Hon had been overcome and that j the president had secured the adop- j tion of certain important points for' nh’i'ti he had been contending.  By the Associated Press  CARIS, April ll.—The peace conference has reached an agreement on all questions concerning peace with Germany, reparations, indemnities, frontiers of the Rhine and Poland, according to an interview' in the Petit Journal with Private Secretary Premier Lloyd George. Certain details remain to be disposed of, it is added. but they will be settled in a day or two. German delegates will be summoned to Versailles within two or three weeks to hear the terms of the treaty.  R. H III HE!  £  /  The Nearness of Easter  SUGGESTS THE SELECTION OF YOUR EASTER FOOTWEAR  New Oxfords and Pumps  For men, Women and Children in the season’s most popular styles of the hest leathers and workmanship, at. prices below tile market. We have them in Black Kid and Patent, Brown. Gray and White Kid and Canvass.  Ladies’ Low Shoes $1.50 to SIO  Children’s Low Shoes $1.25 to $3.50  Nettleton Shoes for Gentlemen Men’s Low Shoes, $3.50 to $12  CON KEKKNC'K WILL K A K NI I* T AM Kit I CAN POMCY KROM OOI KNANT’S PROVISIONS.  I B; th# Atin! Frets  PARIS, April ll.— At a meeting of the commission on the league of nations ten s«*ctions of the instrument were considered and passed. The Japanese amendment was not reached and the actual text of the section exempting the Monroe Doctrine irom the provisions of the  NKW (HI OKU AFK WTS 400,000; I NOUKASK HATKS FROM J ANI AUY I.  covenant is not yet available. The , American commissioners, however, {stated that the doctrine was defi-i nitely named and it is hope to com-| plet+ the work at another meeting that will be held tonight.  The section regarding the Monroe I Doctrine was prepared by Col. E. |M. House of the American commis-  ' MOD  TRASH WAGON MAKING  OF ALLEYS  A. £. Brandon, city .sanitary officer, states that seven wagons besan a round of the alleys today to haul off the trash collected by the householder* They began work on the east side and in a few days will have completed the task. After that citizens who have not cleaned up will be given attention.  Stop at Mrs. Land’s Sunday afternoon for a dish of rich, pure, homemade ice cream. It’s made to satisfy as well as to sell.    4-11 -21  B\ A»ioeiitHl I reus  WASHINGTON, April ll.—Wage advances aggregating $65,000,000, were ordered today by Director General Hines for 400,000 railroad engineers, firemen, trainmen and cond net o*rs in both passenger and freight service retroactive since January I, 1919. Brotherhood demands for time and one-half for overtime was granted only for men engaged in yard service and for others this question was referred to the railroad administration board for adjustment. The average advance per man will be about $160 yearly.  . By today’s increases the total payroll of American railroads is raised to nearly *3.000,000.000 per year from a basis of approximately $2.o(in,iK><r.t»O0 on January I, ISI*# when the roads were handed over to the government.  DRESS UP WEEK  This is a national event and this store is at your disposal. To make your choice more complete we have secured special creations in  MAYER BROS & SCHLOSS BROS. (HAND TAILORED) CLOTHES  SNAPPY', UP-TO-DATE MODELS, EMBODYING THE LATEST FEATURES IN STYLE AND GRACE.  VI A YER SUITS 913 to 984.30  SCHLOSS SUITS 924.50 to 89.50  HIGH GRADE SUITS FOR THE BOYS AT POPULAR PRICES.  DEPARTMENT STORE  Phone 77  S.Af. SHAW, PROF*. Established la ll  ADA, OKLA.  SPREAD TO BAOER MTO  FOREIGN MINISTER SAYS GERMANN WI LL SIGN ON NO OTHER UONIHTIONS.  Dei Moldable Battery S e r v i c e Prompt and Efficient. ADA BATTERY CO . at Fleet Cooper Garage. 4-10-9t  Making Faces  That’s what we do for a li\-mg We can make prettier the prettiest and make pretty the homliept.  Phone an appointment.  Stairs Studio  PHONE 84  By the Associated Ureas  BERLIN, Ar ril ll. Count Von Brockdorff-Kantzau, German foreign minister, speaking before the national assembly at Weimar today said that Germany would not sign a peace treaty which deviated in any essential from President Wilson’s fourteen points. ‘ Financial demands to be made in the treaty are obviously causing as much difficulty to our opponents as those regarding territory” the foreign minister said. “Our opponents cannot dismember and paralyze Germany and at the same time exact from the resources of the country the enormous sums they expect ft oui them.”  By th# A*st»t laird Pres*  COPENHAGEN, April ll. The revolutionary movement in Bavaria has spread to Baden and agitators are working »n Karlsruhe. Mann-hei’i and Other large towns, according o a Karlsruhe dispatch to the Achtuht blaff of Bertin.  Munich Council De|»n*.e<l.  COPENHAGEN, April ll. The council of tin* people mandatories, which has been in control at Munich lias been deposed by communists who have formed a communist government there, according to the Franker s<h# Tages Post of Nuremburg.  COLLISION OK EAST MAIN STREET  4  Bud breath, bitter taste, dizziness and r. genet a1 “no account” feeling Is a sure sign of a torpid liver. HERLINE is the medicine needed. It makes th" liver active, vitalizes the blood, regulates the bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith.  Sarsaparilla  Tonic  A Reliable Tonic and Aid to Digestion. Renews the appetite and exerts a Freshening influence on the entire system.  PURIFIES THE BLOOD  Especially recommended for those who are languid and run down as a result of Overwork, Mental Fatigue, and Exhausting disease like the Flu.  PINTS, $1.00  REX ALL REMEDIES  Gvtin <S- Mays Drug Co.  I  MAT GO ON STRIKE  By (lit Assucirtttti Press  Muskogee, Okla.. April ll. A -trike of approximately 4,000 union miners in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas properties of tile Central Coal and Coke Co., will be called by Joh I Wilkinson, president of District 21, af a conference here tins afternoon. The strike has already been authorized by the executive board of the district aud there is little doubt, according to Wilkinson that the strike will be called. The strike grows out of a four year old dispute over time.  A collision between tho autos of Tho*. H. Owen and R. E. Anderson, occurred early this morning, resulting in Mr. Owen being thrown to tho pavement, his left arm dislolated and his nose broken. Though painful, his Injuries are not thought to be serious.  The smashup occurred at the junction of Main aud Hope Mr. Owen was beaded south and said the sun shining in his eyes prevented him seeing just how near he was to the other machine, which was going west. His car was overturned and damaged considerably. Very little damage was done to Mr. Anderson’s car. it having bet ii brought almost to a standstill in ah endeavor to avoid the collision, i» is stated.  Teach Children to Love Bocks.  Happy a re tin' chi hi rec of lids tiny .ii ! age in that they have so many k* od books; in that if they cannot buy, they certainly can borrow from the public libraries. Here Ic one truth, a very simple truth, that all parents are I •iii lei* obligation tv* teach their cliH* dr«*n—that if they can learn to love books they can always forget the irrl-tat ions of men«and things; they can lily aside cares and still their passion*; they can put their worries aud disappointments to sleep.  CAPE. RIDDLE ASSIGNED! TO STATE UNIVERSITY  I NORMAN. Ok., April ll.—Captain  I Virgil E. Riddle, formerly stationed  * at Camp MacArthur, Tex., has been  I assigned to the University of Oklahoma as assistant professor of military  'science in the Reserve •Officers’ Train-! ing Camp. Riddle is the third regular ; army officer assigned to this university. He is a graduate of the university here and his home i# at AA a where he graduated at the East Central normal. Fig was given a lieuten-j ant’s commission at Camp Pike of-I fleers* training school, being a member of the first class turned out, and was later promoted to the rank of captain.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  SUICIDE REPORTED AT  A phone message (fom Centration^ this afternoon stated that Anthony Pate, a citizen of that part of Coal county for many years, had committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid. No details were given.  Crusoe Overlooked a Ret.  That Robinson CruMtt* in spite of bis well known resourcefulness, overlooked ii fine business opportunity 1  is shown liy the fact that the island of his adventures. Mas-a-Tierra off tile Juan Fernandez group tiff the coast of Chile, is now the seat of a large lobster-cunning industry. Crusoe seemed to think he was doing remarkably well to pick up the necessities of life on that island—and most of them were washed ashore from a wreck at that— but Its modern inhabitants do a rush* lug business In the export of luxuries.  For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGEE’S Baby Elixir is is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take. Price 25c and f»0c per bottle. Sold by Bart Smith.  Knight* Templar Masons.  Ada Commandery No. 16 will meet this evening promptly at 8 o'clock for work in the Temple Degree.—F. C. Sfma, Recorder.  Let a Want Ad get It for you.  The East Central Normal and tho  high school of Shawnee were playing the first regular game of the baseball season on the Normal grounds as the News went to press. A full report of the game will be g(ven in Saturday’s edition of the New*.  Optimism is the yeast of business. It raises the dough, and Leader flour made into the best bread and cakes is one of the ingredients of optimism. 4-9-tf  EASTER SPECIALS! Capes, Coats and Suits  POIRET TWILLS, SERGES AND TRICOTINES  12 W’omen’s    Suits, $29.50 to $50.00,    at___$24.75  2 Women’s    Capes, $50, at_____________$24.75  ll Capes and Coats, $20 to $35.00,    at____$14.50  I Woman’s    Coat, $37.50, at____________$24.75  REMARKABLE VALUES, WE ASSURE YOU  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-1 17 West Main St.  Phone 117   

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