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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he gfoa evening NUMBER 18 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Skirts full of 1 % Fashion and Value SPRING SKIRTS are here in splendid array. Every new note of fashion has been caught in some material and color that is certain to suit your taste and your purse. Serges, Poplins, Taffetas and Satin; plaids, novelty weaves and the staples — the assortment is complete, and superior fit and durability tailored into these skirts. PRICES $5 10 $20 See the late arrivals in Ladies’ Suits, Capes and Dresses in our windows—or better still, in the store. CAPES FOR GIRLS—$10 are la NAI. I>l!.\ IT WHA- HK SCHMIT TFI) TO (COMMISSION SATURDAY. IU Uh A-*-*** lated Pies* PARIS, April 3. Tin* drafting com-mitt*** of ’lit* League ut Nations commission has finished its work but it has not passed on the French amendments to n rf ides eight and nine as w**ll as American and Japanese sug--tion* as t*> recognition of the Monroe Doctrine and equality of nationalities. The commission will meet Saturday to adopt the definite text of the covenant. President Wilson will he chairman lit V ('HI KF ORD KRS MORI LIZ\-riO.Y, < '(INTRAItY TO ARMISTICE TKRMS. Bv Hic AfMK’iaUd I r«**s GENEVA, Switzerland, April J. Field Marshal Von Hindenberg. with a large staff, has arrived at Gliwice, Northern Silisia. and contrary to armistice terms has ordered a general mobilization in that region, according to dispatches to the Journal De Genev \ Owing to the seriousness of the situation the Polish premier, Paderewski, has postponed his contemplate:! visit to Paris. rout F> >» NT TO Pl I' DOW N DIn-ORDFR. MANY KH A.Fit IN I ti ors. |l\ iii*’ A >*m laird Pees? COBLENZ, April J. German troops opposite Coblenz bridgehead bemail moi log early Thursday to-wards Frankfort where the Sparta-rai> Ioh has been causing disorder. Frankfort is in the neutral stone and th** ti litar\ authorities ot Germany had to obtain permission from the Fr« on GKVNDSON OF KI NG JOHN AT TEMPTS TO SEIZE THRONE OE AFRICAN EMPIRE. By I hi- A"«*< inu d Pre*** ADDIS A ll EH A. Abyssinia. April A grandson of King John II., who was killed in battle with the Dervishes in lssfl, has revolted and declared himself king under the name of Theodore. The government has sent i punitive expedition to put down th** rebellion. lo se nag FRENCH AND UKIAH AN CARRISON* WHA. RE MAINTAINED PENDINO SETTE EM ENT. By th* Asse* ated Pr*^* FARIS. April 3 The council of four has virtually decided, according t«i inhumation from French sources, that the Jell bauk of the Rhine will j b** neutralized until Germany has paid the indemnities fixed by the J pear* conference. It is understood j that French and Belgian troops will hold this territory, the United States . claiming it will be impossible to leave I \niPi 'can troops in Europe after the signature of the treaty of peace and England having insufficient troop. to I patrolled by armored motor rara n« h Tenth army before mart bing On the death of King John his son th** city    I    Mcnilik succeeded to the throne and According to information reaching j put down all opposition in a short t Amo! icati headquarters here, the time He was a man of unusual abil-| trouble roached a serious stage Tues- it > and among other things defeated day several hundred persons killed the Italians when an army was sent j in cours** ot th** rioting    to subjugate the country, thus main- Threatening situation al Stuttgart, j taming its independence. On his BERLIN. April 3. The Vossische ; de * I, a few years ago he w as *uc-Ziefunc says the streets of Stuttgart oeeded by a are filled with great crowds and that there has been much shooting. The newspaper adds that the streets are po- oys Suits This is a thing of interest to you. At the present time you will find it an easy thing to make your se lection here, wThere you will find coats with hand-shaped front* which give more life to the garment. With pockets that don’t sag. with all the inside pant seams taped and overcast to prevent raveling or ripping, with buttons sewn on to stay and with the best fabric -and many other good features. $5 to $17.50 Men s T rousers Special This Week $B This is the time to buy odd trousers and this is your chance to get some real merchandise at a big special. Von will find these trousers are in the best of styles; also tailoring and materials that you will apre-ciate. Good buyers will not fail to se** this line. Values I |> to $7.5h, MEN, SEE OUR SHOES, SHIRTS. HATS, CAPS. NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT STORE maintain garrison along th** Rhine I lice and whole companies of troops. daughter. The r iyal family of Abyssinia claims to be descended from a son of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, asserting that their country J w as i tie Sheba of Bible times. PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established Lo 1909 ADA. OKLA. Making Faces That’s what we do for a living We can mak* prettier the prettiest and mak** pretty the horn 11 est. Phone an appointment. Stall’s Studio PHONE RA Prohibition l»> Agreement ti*** Annodated Pres** LUTIST ILLE, K> , Apr.I ll. -Prohibition by agreement became effective todav in Christian county, Ky. j After an election on the prohibition question had been proposed, ihe Ii-I quor dealers, in view of the approach of national prohibition, con- ! seated to discontinue sal** of liquor! on April I.    ( The effect of the novel experiment, which authorities say was never attempted before in America, will be watched with interest. Ender th** agreement, the liquor dealer- pledged themselves to aid iu enforcing prohibition, and to vise their influence against the issuance of tiew licen*e* by county authorities. lf new applicants t ’ * action against county authority issuance tv! licenses, the old liquor dealer* agree to bear fifty per cent of th** cost of fighting such suits Pl lOHINt. ORDERED TO RETA RN MFN \s VOL! NTFFRS ARRIVE. It* th* a ****** at-*5 Pre— WASHINGTON. April 3. Informally advising General Pershing that 50,POO volunteers are being enlisted here to replace an equal number of j compel : nien in hi* army who want to come home, th* War Department ha* (Ii reeled the commander in chief in a cablegram made public today, to return promptly for discharge selected meritorious cases as lie receive* volunteer replacet lien ta. The 50,000 nu n are to be enlisted for three years and will be as follows: 25,000 infantry. 15,000 field artillery. 5,000 engineers, 2.000 for rile int*dioal department arui 2.000 cavalry. These will he sent over seas in detachments of 1,000 each. On tin* arrival of each 1,000 an • filial number of selected cases will be returned to the United States for discharge. . OFFIDFRS AWARDED SERVICE MEDAL \\ VSH INGTON, April 3. The list of officers who have been awarded the distinguished service medal for exceptionally meritorious service (Hiring the war issued by the War Department today, includes the nam* s of Major Generals Leonard Wood. Hugh L Scott and John F Morrison St PRKME (DI RT HEGINS KITTING IN DIVISIONS OKLAHOMA (ATY. Ok., April 2.— The Supreme court began today sitting in divisions, this being one of the provisions of th** new court bill, which also increased their salaries. Chief Justice Hardy, with Justice Kane. Rainey. Johnson and Harrison occupied the bench today. Next week th** other folic members, with either the chief justice or some one of th*' other justices designated by him to preside, will compose the court. In thm way members of the court who do not happen to have opinions on the court day may continue with their work. Only justice sitting on the bench on court days will hand down opinions. S**e me before equipping your car. Try Racine tires.- Ford Service Station 229-231 East Main. 3-12-lino Fleet Cooper’s automobile laundry now * pen. Cars laundred $1.00. Heel Cooper garage service first. 3-31-6t MM Lucy Gates COLORATURA .SOPRANO Hear these records—you are welcome here '‘Bim* Danube Waltz”------ "Sing Me to Sleep '--------- "My Old Kentucky Home”-. • l^ast Rose of Summer”---- "Spring” ---------------- ________A----- $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 Gwin    &- Mays Drug Go. tWV.VASW.W.V.V.‘.W?.*.VA*.'.,A*.V.V.V.V.V.V,,#A . v.J » a I I *3 A Stirring, Adventurous Romance Green Fancy Ym will enjoy retry intl al bm nt of H Our Serial/ MRS. A EMI NA (DUFFIN TASSES TO REWARD Mrs. Aiming Griffin, of Sayre, Ok-| lahoma, died Tuesday at the home of her son-in-law, J. W. Harris, OIC West 9th street. Deceased was 77 years of age. Sh** ♦ mbraced the Christian faith in early life fought the good fight and had long waited to answer the summons: "Come unto Me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.” IM Chaa. Evans was In the city today on business matters. FEW MILDIERS WANT FO RITI RN TO FARMS DALLAS, April 3. The nullifier of! positions opening for returned soldier^ cont iou**.* to keep pace with I th* number oi men returning from! service and registering for work. 'Ihe, number of men registering at the I service department of th** Y M. (’. A. has i ow reached 600, since th** opening of the office last winter. "I find a strong inclination on the part of men from neighboring towns aud rural districts, who served through the war in Dallas companies, to seek work in Dallas, so that they will riot be separated from th** men with whom they trained and fought” said S. F Davis, in charge of the bureau. "Evidently very strong ties of friendship are formed between ■ 'muddies’ in the army. "From th** number of soldiers formerly from the country who want work in Dallas it appears that few men who have been in the service want to go back to farms. I try to encourage all applicants to take farm work .hut usually without much success.” \V. F. Coleman of the War Camp Couiiiiiiiiltv Service Bureau, at Commerce and Murphy streets, said they are finding work in Dallas for some seven or eight returned soldiers ev-* r> day. He is not apprehensive in , the least as to all the returning sol- ■ (liers securing jobs. Each of the above offices are branches of the United States Em-J ployment Service and their assist- ; anre to soldiers is without charge. Only soldiers receive attention at the I Y. M. C A. At the W ar Camp Com-I munity Service office civilians as weJB as soldiers are assisted in finding work. SPECIAL! New Georgette Blouses for Easier 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! REGISTRATION NOT KEQU HED PX>11 SCHOOL ELECTIONS According to a ruling of Attorney General Freeling, registration of voters is not necessary for school election:*. . Benton's Blight Remedy for sale at Ow In & Mays Drug Store Guaranteed 2-27-2mo* The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone til A tv I t ;