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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Sibn rr- — VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 30 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY; APRIL 17, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Dressing-lip for Easter! ’FRANKFORT GAZETTE SAYSHKK. MAW WILL I>K>1AMI INDEMNITY mow ALLI KS. By tb*- AMOdiiti^ PARIS, April 17. Germany intends to claim indemnity from the allien. according to the Frankfort Gazette. It nays the German delegates at Versailles will ask payment for ' damage sustained from arial raids, from occupation of German territory by allied troops and for delay in concluding peace, causing the prolongation of bolshevik and Spar-taean troubles. } I ST KUN AK DISORDERS PREVAIL. ANXIETY FELT FOR ARMENIANS. By tie* Asteriated LONDON, April 17. It is learned that the situation in Turkey is causing grave anxiety. Internal disorders are rife, according to reports from Rear Admiral Webb, Royal navy, at Constantinople. It is feared there will shortly be outbreaks and massacres of the Armenian population on a large scale. Copyright 1919 Hart Schalfncr & Marx WITH Spring in the air and Easter coming, with the windows full of new styles and fresh fabrics, most men feel the lure of new clothes—a 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 von in a— HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Suit. They’re all-wool; well-tailored; guaranteed to satisfy. Style Features For Easter There are waist-seams in suits, single and double breasted, slash, crescent and vertical pockets, new lapels, stitched and piped collars. Two and three button sacks in rich all-wool serges, oxfords, worsteds, cassimere. All sizes. PRICES ULA NQI’KT. LEADER OE ANTI-( AUHANZA MOVEMENT, KILLED IN RATTLE. IU tb« A»«odatcd Pre** MEXICO CITY, April IT General Aurelian!) Blanque!, war minister in President Huerta's cabinet, who was recently reported to have landed iii the region of Vera Cruz for the purpose of starting a revolution against the Carranza government. was killed yesterday in a fight near Chavuxtlu village, according to press reports from Vera Cruz. According to this information General Sanchez met the rebels under Blanquet late yes!* rd ay afternoon and after defeating them Blanque Cs body was found on the field. Sanchez telegraphed he ■was bunging Blanquet’s head tor identification. MOST OK BRITISH Pl I KSS FAVORABLY IMPRESSED WITH ADDRESS. SOLDIERS MIY KEEP FULLE $25 l ° $50 On ami Atter April 21 The gross charge on family wash, known as ‘rough dry" will be 34c per dozen. No less charge than for one dozen. Hat work rates remain as at present. Ada Steam Laundry Co. 4-17 It Let a Want Ad get it for itou. Magician’* 7 Re.' 1 ? OhjC't We do not team triH.v o! magic in order to deceive other |*eo|de but to entertain them. The magician's object Im not to mislead but to amuse. See our windows. Burk’s, ll'.-17-1 tw' Youngsters, Drink With Us To all you youngsters attending the big Track Meet we say one big word— W-E-L-C-O-M-E WELCOME to this store—the store where the spirit of youth prevails. WELCOME to rest, to hear the music of the Superior Victrola. WELCOME to ask the price of our Spalding Sporting Goods, examine them, buy if you like, or leave them alone. It costs nothing to look. WELCOME to use our conveniences or to do anything else around here you wish. Grtin &- Mays Drug Co. All soldier* who hate been discharged may wear their uniforms provided they wear the red chevron to shout ihat the) hate been discharged. According to a circular HK aiorn rid urn issued to the camps. Th** soldiers are entitled to keep their con.pie*e equipment. And it they hate ulteady returned it they may obtain it by communicating with the domestic ilium button branch office of the direr tot of storage. Washington. L> C. St JZV KE GF Yr TOM OBI LEK I PII KLD BY SUPREME KOI RT OKLAHOMA CITY, April 17.-The 11*17 statute which authorize! seizure of automobiles as well as other property used in violation of tile prohibitory laws was sustained by the supreme court today iu an opinion b> Chiel Justice Hardy in the case oi “one Cadillac" and it. \! Harp s os e, intervenor, vs. Hie State, from the Logan County District Court. The judgment of the towel court is sustained. The l!*17 law in giving authority to th** others oi the law to seize automobiles in violations of tile prohibitory I; w s provides that the fact of whether or not such property was being used in violating the liquor law may In- determined without being submitted to a jury. The case wa*- appealed to the high court on this point. The court holds that the I**17 statute is not repugnant to the Constitution In this respect. The court said: '‘While an automobile is a valuable article of property, the manufacture of which is perfectly lawful, and while it is ordinarily used for lawful purposes, this does not prevent the legislature from prohibiting the use there of in aid of the illegal traffic in intoxicating liquors and to authorize its summary destruction where such illegal use has been established." Phone orders for Easter eggs to 312 or get them from the Episcopal ladies af Bart Smith's Saturday. 4-15-4t Ii,- in* int*ii Pres*!* LON I KIN, April 17. While opinions are divided regarding the substance OI the address of Premier Lloyd-George yesterday before the house of commons, there is a general agreement by the London press that it was a parliamentary ti ump. With the exception of laborite and Northcliffe papers none of the mopping Journals condemns the premiers statement wholly, w hile sex era! ap-I laud it. These admit the premier revealed nothing of the nature of tin' peace terms, but do not complain. 'I he express declares the bein-. that ihe ^premier’s pre-election pledges will bt* found embodied in the peace terms aud says he retains th* nation's complete confidence. The Chronicle says it pie peace terms eventually are disappoint lag the fault will lit* less with the statesmen than with the peoples they represent. HOIS GII JS — EASTER SUITS for Men and Boys 0 READY FOR THE LAST MINUTE RUSH Where value reigns supreme and a fit assured. You will find our line of suits the latest snappy models for this season of the latest materials. Suits for men of all ages and styles to become every individual. Superior in tailoring and distinctiveness that cannot he questioned. MEN’S SUITS $20 to $39.50 BOYS’ SUITS $5 to $19.50 Easier Furnishings for Men SILK SHIRTS SILK TIES HOSE -STETSON HATS —VANITY HATS —CAPS See Our Easter Display DEPARTMENT STORE RHOME 77 S M SHAW, PF OP. « -tUtbiislied in UNM AOA. OKLA. < LKMKNGKAI KLANS TO RETIRE FROM IT Bf dU LIKE KIDDIES GROW FAST Memories are best preserved, hi photographs good photographs the kind we make. If you haven’t done so. you should have them taken NOW. Phone 34 for appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE at inc ii MAY HAYE UNTIL MAY LY TO UY KIT OR REJECT PEAKE TERMS. By the A.'vf mini I’rrt.* PARIS, April IT. German) will be forced either ie accept or reject the peace terms by May l« r » according lo Purls reports. It is indicated that no reply is expected benne May tit ii the peace conference being disposed to gi\e Germany ample time to digest the terms and frame a reply. What action would lollow their dejection by Germany has not been forecast. The refusal of Stephen 1‘ichon, French foreign minister, to divulge the peace terms while speaking before the Chamber of Deputies yesterday and Lloyd George’s failure to do more than generalise, indicate thai the terms will not he published at present. Ii has been agreed at Paris that Norway and Switzerland will act as the allied agents in feeding Russia but this plan is opposed by the Russian anti-Bolshevik element. The question of the United States becoming the mandatory for Armenia and the ancient province of Clcilia to the southeast is again being considered by the peace conference. UNLICENSED AUTO OWNERS LACE TROUBLE, Those who through negligence or who were congratulating themselves on their luck in escaping the payment of the auto tax for the year, had their dreams rudely shattered when a representative of the"«tate highway department dropped quietly into the city and began to pick them up and hale them into court. Several were taken in Wednesday and still more were expected to be located today. Meantime it has been suggested that any who have not paid might slip into the sheriff’s office by the back stairway and settle up before they are caught on the street by the official who will insist on a fine as well as the license tax. By th** Associated Pres* PARIS, APRIL 17. Premier Cleuienceau, too, will write a book after the peace conference is over. ‘ As soon as the peace problems have been solved,’’ he said recently. 1 ‘‘and I have finished my task. I ; shall lake a rest that, after fifty years of politics. I think I have well earned. And, in my retirement, I 1 shall write a book which perhaps no one will read but which I. at all events, shall be glad to have written. It has been stated by those close to Premier Clenenceau that it was his earnest desire to finish his present task and retire. His vitality has been remarked upon recently as being extraordinary and the virility and vigor of former days has been evident. Americans who have called upon the French. Premier follow ing his return to health say that he is full of humor anil enjoys a jovial exist once. Let a Want Ad get It for you. * K miy - A Demonstration and Said of fine Human Hair Miss Mabry of New York, tin* hail expert, is with us again and would be pleased to have all her old customers and as many new ones as she can make attend her special exhibit of Hair Goods this week. She will give a display every day during the 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. She especially features O’triple Switch, La Casque Transformations, Ventilated Pompadours. Cluster Curls, Princess Weaves Brid the Tango Castle. All these goods are at prices to suit. The Surprise Store :• Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. ; • ; Phone 117
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