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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI. XUM-BER 29 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919 CENTS THE COPY I'.H'KHS IIMTK IX TKUMS LAID IXHYX IJY THK COXI-'KHKXCK. TO HKSTIUCT OAMPAKJN HANKING TOWNS. MANY PHRSEXT. w; TO WOIIK Sl.'SPE.VDED, TRAINS AND LOOTIXfJ. l'.v A.SSWIUI.-U l'ivs> os lhe county met, "y me Asboi-iatpfl Prpss BhHLIN, April her., today to discuss ways of sell-! LONDON. April ]fi Anarchy 1-rench announcements of the con- ing Victory Liberty Loan bonds. reigns snprerie in Munich The can ilitions in be laid down in ihe peace I After u luV.cheou at the Harris ho-' "r r? Munich, the cap- i.vaty vigorously denounced -by ie.1. given by the county chairman I B'lvaria, according to a Copen- tho Oonnr.li press. Prince Lichnow- H. W. Simpson, the guests asseni- !lilEe" Dispatch to the. Exchange Tele- tlio Tageblatt insists that; bled in the office in the First Na- Kt'aph Company. All work has ceased, lu v ui in Liitr f jrai extorted peace will tional bank building and laid plant train has been discontinued will throw all j drive will not be made in each of into the primitive the school districts, but that a cam- paign will be put on Ln every (own aim lum ptti.it "-mm nas oeon discontinued rortn only iresh armaments." for a county wide campaign. It was and bunds of robbers, are looting lie declares that the failure to con-) the concensus of opinion that 01 houses and threatening banks the elUUC a ,1USt peace' Will throw all will Krt _n HiQnnfr-h mi.- T-.-..-. ._.' niHiiklnd back i yn'f.ii win UK yui on in eve.., iv> l.eiman government can sign in which is located a bank i Munich has been (he center of j such says ihe Vorwaerts, The following were present: i activity foi several weeks the Lokal Airiejger calls the; 0. G. Rose, representing the in the government have terms a "shameless mockery of i Francis National; J. B. McCaulay como hewildprinL- antK-itv President Wilsons fourteen points. representing the First State Bank Ihe solution of the Saar valley i 01 Vatioss; B, E. Brazelton repre- Uiieslion is covered with a fig leaf." seining SHVS tin- Boersen Courier. m mm the Farmers and Mer- chants NatJonal Bank of Roff and also the First National of the same ;cny; W. M. representing tho Allen National bank; J. T. Har- mini, representing the First dtate i i'anl; of Allen; Hush Stokes, rep- i resenting the First. National bank or Allen; V. N. Barnett, represent- dispatch adds. The First infantry resiiiient in reported to have joined the. Spurtacans. r> v i i 11 MJ4.-M 1J0, V C uewiMering activity. There Iess thaj] three govern each claiming to be supreme. Tin- I iklahoma 0 uiiranty Co.. i 'of Oklahoma, is being organized by, company is cap-: ai and will maintain jits i i flies in being located in Ith" Oklahoma Stiili- hank building. Ms officer.-; are Austin M. Bailey, iPivsident: J. Wuixlfo.-d Davis, i pr.-sioent and ventral i i.mvin.o M. t'uivil. si'cri-tnry and' treasurer. It is purpose of this organ- j KitmsH I'ISK.MlKK SroitKS CJUT- io uuarante.? us stockholders us viT-XCKS OX I-KAOl' Copyriyht J919 Hart Schaffncr WITH Spring- in the :iir and Easter coming, with the windows full of new styles and fresh fabrics, most men feel the lure of new- desire to dress-up and start off fresh. The big question is what to choose. That's where we come in with a big selection; with live new styles; colorful patterns, something to fit every one of you in HART SCHAFFNER MARX Suit. They're ull-uuol; well-tailored; guaranteed to satisfy. k'in operations at :ni early date, and) ihe niai'agemi'iK of ihe company very optimistic ove.- the outlook'fur i i i success. For Easter file-re are waist-seams in suits, single and double Dreaded, slash, crescent and vertical pockets, new lapels, stitched and piped collars. Two and three button sacks in rich all-wool serges, oxfords, wors- teds, All sizes. PRICES LONDON, April 16. Replying in bouse of commons today to pre- 1 iou-  order issued by John Wflkinson, president of the United Mine Workers of Oklahoma, Arkansas and to enforce the demands of the miners at the com- pany's mines at Caihoun. Oklahoma Union miners -working for Ihe sam company struck to enforce denmnd there. The day when, every thing to he in harmony with nature should be Brilliantly new. This should be the happiest Easter of your life. We have one wonderful display of Easter merchandise. THE DOLMAN AND CAPE FOR EASTER Magnificent models of the latest materials and these are very favorable for this to EASTER SUITS WITH CHARACTER These suits comprise a collection truly repre- sentative of the best efforts of the leading Parisian designers. The styles exhibit many to NEW EASTER DRESSES You will be pleased with one of these stylish dresses for Easter wear. They are in Georgette crepe, satins and taffetas. You cannot find any- thing daintier than to YOUR NEW EASTER HATS The woman who wants a hat that is becoming to her, need not sacrifice her desires to an arbitrary mode for she may select from the cleverest collec- tion that ever claimed her favor. fHOKF 77 S.M.SHAW, PfZGP, i-Stiililished In 1908 AQA.OKLA. WOOD.MKX SKT DATE m. the unveiling service will be mi mm By tin- Press WASHINGTON. April ti.-A dis- inc" improvement in the general conference situation was re- poited tot the White House today I'oni Paris, h wns indicated t.ha't 'xcc-llent progress was beinR made towiird conclndiiiK negotiations. 1'erklns. Assistants, a I; I 01 Ivor Vprnon. R. G. Sears. B.v 1'rcsn HI THE tin I liberty. Tin- I'lnyers will present ihe throe-act I'urci' comedy. "Statue; of Liberty." in picture proRram.1 LONDON. April The vote of New Zealand soldiers hns wiped out the majority for prohibition which was rolled up in thit commonwealth i April 11, according 1.0 a dispatch to I Cenl.ral News bui-eini from Christ- jchuioh. A CorrcctUm. ;v hi Tuesday's paper an article ap- Ltnrl Clayton is featured the peared concerning the meeting of Opiiuiisui is the ycaat of busiuess. n raises the dough, and Leader flour j made iaio ihe best bread and cakes i is oue of the ingredients of optimism. Idr.ima. "Women's Weapons." This is ;i domestic and shows in a manner how the wife got vampire. Sarsaparilla Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic is an invigorating, Stimulating, Tonic M'hich purifies the Blood, tones up the Nerves, an.! aids digestion. Pint Bottles, KEXALL REMEDIES Grtin Mays Drug Co. American. Another installment of "Houdlni" this This story of mystery grows more intensely interesting all the time. Tom Mix appears in the western drama, "A Chip of the Fly- ing one of the best stories of the kind ever produced. "Keep Smiling'' IH n Strand comedy. MASONS, .NOTICE. Ada Lodge No. 110 will meet this evening promptly at 8. o'cloqk for work in the Entered Apprentice degree. Be present and be on tijce. Something unusual C. Grlgsby, W. M. ministers and laymen held at the Presbyterian church that it was defi- nitely decided to invite the Ham- Ramsey Evangelistic party the city to ra co-operative revival." This statement is somewhat erroneous. The motion Involved only the Indi- vidual opinions of those present, all of whom', however, were favor- able, but the action was not mean' to he authoritative, and could not be; and it was agreed that the mat- ter be referred to the various churches next Sunday for the pur- pose -of. getting an expression, from them. K they decide fayorably, an invitation win be extended to the Ham-Ramsey party to come to; our city for a co-operative evangelistic campaign. CO.MMITTKK MEUTI.NXi SUX'KSS The committee composed of Supt A. Floyd, Supt. J. E. Hickman and President J. M. Gordon appointed to solicit subscriptions to the fund for erecting a memorial gateway to the normal grounds in honor of the nor- mal boys who were in the army and navy during the war. is meeting with gratifying success and hppes to com- plete the round of Ihe city by Thurs- day evening. In some instances in- dividuals and firms have insisted on giving more than had- been suggested by the committee. Notice, Miss Johnnie Lucas Is registering the voters of Capitol precinct and for the convenience' of those yet p register wilj bo a; Eviins ward'B hardware store Saturday. The books will close  of heat. Which explains run across so few of.the tie darlings In u howl of vllle Journal. Let a Want Ad get It for you. Miss Mabry. of New York, the hair expert, is with us agaJn and would be pleased to have all her old as many new ones as she can make attend her special exhibit of Hair Goods this She will give a display every day during ihe week with a large stock of human hair, and will demonstrate the latest coiffures. Miss Mabry will guarantee to match perfectly any shade of hair desired, fehe- especially features O'triple Switch, La Casque Trana- tormations. Ventilated Pompadours, Cluster Curlfi, Princess Weaves and the Tango Castle. All these goods are at prices to suit The Surprise Store Established 190J5 J15-H7 West Main St. Phone m   

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