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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma \ VOL! ME xvi. XT'MBK R 29 Copyright 1919 Hart Schaffotr <* Mu, WITH Spring in the air and Easter coming, ''•th the windows full of new styles and i u * ^ a • most men feel the lure of new clothes—a desire to dress-up and start off fresh. The lag question is what to choose. That’s where we come in — with a big selection; with live new stales; colorful patterns, something to fit even- one of you in a— HART SCHAFFNER & MARX 1 ile-v rt all-wool; well-tailored; guaranteed to sat i> i v. Style Features For Easter Tnere are waist-seams in suits, single and double oi ca-ted siash crescent and vertical pockets, new lapels, stitched and piped collars. Two and three milton sacks in rich all-wool serges, oxfords, worsteds. cassimere. All sizes. PRICES $25 L" $50 STEVENS-WILSON CO ♦ + + + + + + + ♦ ♦ + + ♦ ♦ MASS \l EETI XCJ. Ail *ifizens ot Ada who art' interested in the growth and development tit the city are lifted lo attend the mass nieet-at the nm rf house Thu rata} et "iring a! S o’clock ernest; ohs of vital importance will he considered. Ladle- especially invited to be present Chamber of Commem*. + + + + + + F4+ + + + + + + + + + + ♦ + + + + + + ♦ IT REGULAR TERM Cbentng J}etus ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IG, 1919 UU iii MUD ILES TWO CENTS THE COPY # id oar in V VnlMsSa.'.r    KIT:    '-fir    %M‘    *<>"*    ‘"•*«*«™*    WMsJl ruse ne appare tIm- AsHociat<U l’retm BE KLIN.    April    16. Official E reach announcements of the conditions to be laid down in the peace Iivaij    vigorously    deduced    by    tel.    given    bv    the    county chairman    _________ Ski in' the Wb^r'n Ui<hnow i H    M'*»P**>n, .he guests asse,,,-'I ha**'n dispatch to the Exchange Tele- in Ole    amebian maim .hat bled in .he office  N J graph Company. All work has ceased. I ii*' bankers of the county met here today to discuss ways of sell-*ng \ ictory Liberty Loan bonds. •After a luticheon at the Harris ho-by the couuty chairman. tty the Associated Press LONDON, April 16. Anarchy feigns supreme in Munich, the capuli of Hay aria, according to a Copen- skv in the Tageblatt insists that: bled in the office in the First brine forth only 'fresh armament” 1    countybwi!l,,n>: ai,d. Ittid Pbin* ; train    service has been discontinued He declares that the failure uTin    hi JI *    It    was    and    hands    of    robbers    are looting dude a “just peace- w l tlrow^H ^i U JuT, 1°'    a    threatening    banks he —d back into the *    £«    ^ ^ KOV«*rnnient can sign in which JlocaVed’a bank*'* °Wn such terms, says the \orwaerts. The following were present: First infantry; to ha\e joined!] J he Lokal AitCeiger calls the lei ms a shameless mockery of President Wilsons iou rt eta points. Hie solution of the Saar valley qiiesjion is covered with a fig leaf.” sa>s th** lh terse ii Courier. O. G Rose, representing the Francis National; J. B. MrCaulay representing the First State Bank of Y anoas; B. E. Hrazelton, representing the Farmers and Merchant- National Bank of Roff and also the First National of the same city; \v. M. Pegg, representing the Allen National bank; J. T. Harmon. representing the First orate bank af Allen: Hugh Stokes, representing the First National bank of Allen; \. N. Barnett, representing the Hank of Francis. houses dispatch adds. The regiment is reported the Spurtacaas. Mimic ii has been the center of I >pattacan activity foi several weeks amt changes in the government have I com*' in bewildering activity. There! ar* no less than three rival govern-1 moms * ac|, claiming to he supreme I NOTICE: SOLDIERS The day when everything to he in harmony with nature fhould be Brilliantly new. This should be the happiest Easter of your life. We have one wonderful display of Easter merchandise. THE DOLMAN AND CAPE POR EASTER Magnificent models of the latest materials and these are very favorable for this seasdn-$20 to $50 ac (H; la boma Motor Guaranty Co., Oklahoma, is I mug organised by aa eiiuem. Tin- company is capitalised ai and will maintain i,v i-iD**‘s iii Ad:., being located in lh*' Oklahoma Stale bank building. lls . ft« J ar,. \ustin M Hailey. presid* Bt; J. Woodford Davis. Jr., 'ice pr-Miont and general manager: ‘ .oren,.o .\f Cured. secretary and treasurer. Ii is th* purpose of this organization to guarantee its stockholders ■tkain.-t caving ti.cir automobiles tole i. rh* concern expects to bepill operations at an early date, and the mara-talent of the company is very optimisfic over the outlook* for slimes Ria iimi ri{kmi iou scores chit. KS FOR ATTACKS OX |*EA<K tVIXFKIlKXCR. T MEET charge the big Fri ght- following will hav o! the various events at I rack, field and literary events day and Saturday. Assignment of Rooms Miss Covington. Check Room Miss Knight. Gateman ami Collector B A Curtis Flovd, KIDDIES GROW FAST hest preserved good photo- Memories ar* it: photographs glyphs the kind we make. you haven’t don** so should haye them taken If you NOW. Fhone ‘14 for appointment Stairs Studio PHONE 84 ‘ o.iiitj (ourt ionvened Monday »i!. J mig* Orel Busby im the bench, h* id. - passing on a number of motions. tilt court dispensed of the fol- ;m ; *“ *,lr> “'‘I cases, Monday and i ues*ia> R F Smith vs. D. Clapp, et al Judgment tor plaintiff for $62. Mi. Hope Nursery vs. J K. Adair; verdict tot defendant. Ah i s*‘**d and Feed Company vs. Frisco railroad; Judgment for plaint-' iff foi $865.06    H    ! Wilrou Wright vs. M., (). a Q railroad; i tide men t for $;ihO for plaintiff rile civ ii docket y« ill bo complotted j today and the criminal docket taken up Pratt. Assistants Fraser Oldham. Police Adviser- A Stauger. Equipment. Hurdles, etc. E. O. Rogers. Assistants. Conn Roach John Craig. Clifford Horsey. Garner Van Meter. Tennis M. Molloy. Assistants. John Craig, Conn Roach. Baseball R. s. Newcomb. Assistants, .Lick ( annon, .1. o. Vernon Boys’ Reading kl L. Perkins. Girls’ Reading Miss Spriggs. Piano Miss Lee. Chorus and Arrangement of Evening Program Miss Keller. Grammar School Reading Mrs. Perkins. Basket hall R. R. Robinson. Assistants, E C. Wilson, Conn Roach Louise Halsell. Announcer-—Hugh Biles. Starter and Referee W. N. Wray ’ b*»‘k F. C. Wilson. Assistants. Oscar Parker. Cecil Qualls. Judge in Charge of Finish M B Molloy. Assistants. C. L. Orr, W J. • off man. Lee McKinney. I impi in ( barge —C. J. W arren. Assistants, c G Bradford, Ralph McMillan. Judge in Charge of High School it* ffii    i.itid t'rvs* LONDON. April It*. Replying in •the house of commons today to pre-. vious cr iticisms of his activTties at ’he p*.ace conference iii Paris, Pre-; imer Lloyd George said the situation i is still full of perils for all countries. and pleaded that “those who j are trying to do their best be let j alone No conference in history, the premfc: s*id. had faced problems of sue?, \.»t i.*t>. complexity, magnitude aud gravity. The congress of Vienna, wa ic v as the nearest approach to! .it. U»ok eleven months for its work.1 ho that conference, the premier] poi a r«*d out. sank into insignificance as < amparod with the tremendous work done b> the present conference. ‘I would rather aee Russia bolshevik until they see their way out rat her thai    Cleat Britain bankrupt,**j wa one *»t the premier’s statements. I * I lie pi emiet declared it y\as untrue that the I lined States and Great Britain had been at variance and denied that approaches toward pence had < * ii** from the Russian governing. ii** declared it his earnest vie:ion that military intervention Russia would be iii** greatest act st lipid ity. Von. and each of you. uryod to bo pi esc,.t at Ada. Tuesday. April Tor the big demonstration parade ami program. The citizenship of ontotoc County is anxioun to of-ticially welcome you home. The Victory Loan drive needs you. and you owe it to yourself, to your friends and family to be in the big parade. So don’t fail to be p-e< eat in uniform. Arrangements have been made ■ or all soldiers, sailors and marines to assemble at the athletic field. I -im Central Normal School, at I o clock P. Al. The detachment w ill | there be organized for the march You are requested to wear the uni-, lorni insignia cheveron, badge or medal authorized at discharge. Remember th** time—I o’clock P *•* sharp, Tuesday, April 22. 1919 Hic place - the athletic field, East Lent raj State Normal school. Wear your uniform. For information, call the Victory Loan headquarters. PROO It AM COMMITTEE By Capt. Chas. L. Orr. EASTER SUITS WITH CHARACTER ’I hese suit? comprise a collection truly representative of the best efforts of the leading Parisian designers. I hv st\ les exhibit many variations_ $25 to $50 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 anything daintier than these— $20 to $40 1,600 coir MU OUT ON STRIKE YOUR NEW’’ EASTER HATS The woman who wants a hat that is becoming to need net sacrifice hee desires to an astrain mode for she may select from the cleverest coiler-tion that ever claimed her favor. department store IIM OOI I in ! *ri LONDON. April 16. Allied v*p-i mat iv* - in Paris have arrived .if a complete understanding on the great fundamental questions that would effect peace with Germany. ! P * ii ii* i Lloyd George today decla"-eri in addressing the House of Commons that th*' allies had formulated their demands an he hop*Hl they would be presented by the end of next w eek. The pr* in ie- made a vigorous at-j tack upon those who would sow disand declared he could not of a worse clime when could save th** world but the nations together. Mi*’ A>so*-iat»-d press I lie! SMITH* Ark- April 16 Over LM o miners in rh*, properties of the mn ti a1 Coal and Coke Company of Kansas City struck this morning in B,h,M it Wi,h th° °rder isPU^l bv John Wilkinson, president of the tinted Mine Workers of Oklahoma, Ai kansas and Texas to enforce the demands of the miners at the coin- pun\ :• mines at Calhoun, Oklahoma. mon miners working for rhe same company struck lo enforce demands PHONE 77 S.Af. SHAW, PROP. t'Ntrthlished in lOOtt ADA. OKLA. At the meeting of the Woodmen »»t tfn* World of Ada, Tuesday night, it was decided to hold the memorial service this year in the First Christian I hurch on Broadway, on Sunday morning. May 25, at ll o’clock At l> rn. Hie unveiling service will be beld at the cemetery. The memorial sermon will be preached by the minister of the Christian church, C.’V Dunn. All Woodmen are expected to attend these meetings. PEACE SITUATION f elision conceive not hing kfieping dis- A general YVeights and Jumps comb. Assistants, N Hall Ingram. Judge in Charge School Weights and Perkins. Assistants, Cliver Vernon. R. R S. New-Robfncon. of Grammar Jumps M. I R. G. Sears. SOLDIERS VOTE KEEPS NEW ZEALAND WET By th* XniMKiateU Press WASHINGTON, April IG 'in*” improvement in the peact conference situation was poi ted tot the White House today Dom ans. it was indicated that excellent progress was being made toward concluding negotiations. re- MILMORIAI, GATEWAY COMMITTER MEEHNt; si CX ESS AT THE FIAT NOOSES Liberty. Tile Chicago Players will present the three-act farce comedy, “Statue ol Liberty. In the picture program B.* th** A n*oc in ted Pren LONDON. April 16. The vote of New Zealand soldiers has wiped out th* majority tor prohibition which was rolled up in that commonwealth April l l. according to a dispatch to th-* Central News bureau from Christchurch. and A Correction. to for the I In Tuesday’s paper an article ap- Optiuiism is the yeast of business. It rak es the dough, and Leader flour made into the best bread and cakes* is one of the ingredients of (int im ism Sarsap Rcxzll Sarsaparilla Tonic is an invigorating. Stimulating, Tonic 'vhich purifies the Blood, tones up the Nerves, an.I aids digestion. Pint Bottles, $1 REX ALL REMEDIES Gwin &- Mays Drug Co. <lr.!ma.' ''tari'VCpl "" Thu]    r‘mCTn!nK    ",e    of i>-    .lo,,,,    stir story . ort “how. mn! “'"‘f'®/8 MXI laymen held at ,l,e laughable    munner how    the    wife got    i ! ,    *    VTU-li church ,hat    11 was rid of the    vampire    nilely    decided to invite    the Ham- j Ramsey Evangelistic party lo the city to ra co-operative revival.” This statement is somewhat erroneous. The motion Involved only the indi- yows more intensely lnter»>sTine"ail! V.fUYl (:pi0ions °r ,ho8,‘ P"!'ent. the time.    Tom Mi*    appears    in    the I    " k,    ,    ?J?’- ,“’wevor- WBre !'!%/ I    ftble,    fmt the a**tion was    not meant to be authoritative, and could not I he committee composed of Supt A. Floyd, Supt. J, E. Hickman resident J. M. Gordon appointed solicit subscriptions to th** fund erecting a memorial gateway to normal grounds in honor of the normal boys who were in the army and navy during the war is meeting with gratifying success and hop^s to complete the round of the city by Thursday evening, in some instances in-dixiduals and firms have insisted giving more than had been suggested by the committee. on I American. Another installment or “Houdini” this evening. This story of mystery western drama. \ Chip of the Flying I . * one of the best stories of the kind ever produced. “Keep Smiling” J Is a Strand comedy MASONS, NOTICE. Ada Lodge No. 119 will meet this evening promptly at 8 o’clock for work in the Entered Apprentice degree. Be present and he on time. Something unusual tonight. - Miles f. Grigsby, W. M. be; and it was agreed that the matter be referred to the various churches next Sunday for the purpose of getting an expression from them. If they decide favorably, an invitation will be extended to the Ham-Ramsey party to come to our <*ity for a co-operative evangelistic campaign. Notice, Registrants. Miss Johnnie Lucas is registering the voters of Capitol Hill precinct and Tor the convenience of those yet to register will be a*. Evans & Woodward s hardware store Saturday. The books will close about the 25th. RPX IPR PX>lt SPRAY TO KILL INVTATO RUGS tf’Ji nVB,fkev Jr” made a business tr.p to Centrahoma today. J B. Hill gives the following recipe for a spray to kill potato bugs-I part arsenate of lead mixed with 36 parts of water. He states that the hard shell bugs now on the planfs will not eat much, but are laying millions of eggs which will soon wnir?#°»Ut*Lhe ’bodled bugs which will strip the plants in short order To Remove Grease. The following method, described in Popular Science Monthly, has been substituted for ihc us** of gasoline and I other light oils*: Roil th** parts in caustic stain lye; one pound to a gallon of wafer: then brush while the articles ar** hot. Caustic soda Is recommended as better than ordinary soda, since it cannes the fat or grease to dissolve Blore quickly. A Demonstration and Sale o Fine Human Hair would*!* ^eased0toShrveVal^h.U.'''old .'ustmuer^ and' *“ “*“n *“d ones as she can    ...end    h.,    ^7,1 Easily Arranged. A woman Invite Bl to    -nd se., hor. Ho oakwl lf she had a little 7 IIT w“i*hi,n'"""SS to taw U UU, "k " ,f sh,‘ woul<1 *!*• IO nine a little boy. and when she said Work'Ll' ,"Mj —« JUVm*TS?* n‘P ‘° ,*'r *° "rtn* Oyster Mystery Explained. YY e are told that oysters are sensitive to extremes of heat. Which explains why yon run across so few of the little darlings In a howl of soup.—.Knoxville Journal. Miss Mabry will guarantee to match nerfeetlv .had. # ^ desired. She especially features O’trinl*'    i    sha(le    of    ban formations, Ventilated Pompadours, Cluster Curls Prince6w**118" and the Tango Castle All these goods ai at pr^s to s^ ^ Pct & Want Ad it et it fnr The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. ■ Phone 117 ;