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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Wnt 5Htia Cbenwtg VOLUME XV NUMBER 301. ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY La Porte Dress I Fabrics for Spring Silk Cotton Wool Good Fabrics Are the Basis of Clothes Economy CALL STRIKE GERMAN HADICAI*S DK*'LAUK GKNKHAL STH!KE TO OYER* TH IU>\V GOVERNMENT. OPI*ONKNTS OK HADITAL GOV-KRNMKNT REPORTED TAK-IXO DKdSIVK ACTION. WILL DELI VEU ADDRESS NEW YOUK ON LEAGUE OC’ NATIONS TONIGHT. IN By the Associated Dress FARIS, March 4. -Bavarian troops opposed to the radical Munich government are marching on that city By the Associated Dress BERLIN. March 4. The National Spartacus League aud Greater Berlin Communist organizations have Issued an appeal for an immediate J according to a dispatch to the Petit general strike and overthrow of the l’arisien from Zurich, announcement national assembly and present repub- of which was made at the Soldiers' lie. The organizations instructed ] and Workmen’s congress at Munich, their followers to assemble at factories to prevent work and direct them to avoid street demonstrations that the government may have no opportunity to crush the movement by force. According to the newspaper Vorwaerts a majority of the workmen in metal trades and railways favor a general strike. La Porte Wash Goods. Dress Goods and Silk< pendable fabrics. We have a wonderful assortment fabrics readv for you to sot aud choose. cot rovs- ■ French Ginghams and White Goods Scotch Plaids, Tissues. are good, de-of these line Printed Voiles  2.V to 6.V SILKS—The Newest shades in Satins. Shantung and Taffetas Foulards t Georgette at ___ Clepe de Chine.   SI to SCJ.TA STEVENS-WILSON CO. T IRISH CLAIMS OE CONGRESS ADOPTS RESOLUTION RECOM MRN DING PRINCIPLE OK SHLK-DETERMI N ATION. REPUBLICAN FILIBUSTER PRE. VENTS PASSAGE (IF MANY IMPORTANT RI LLS. By the Associated Pre*-    By    tin-    Associated    Pre»s WASHINGTON. March. 4. After WASHINGTON. March 4 Gavels an all night session the House early j falling sharply at noon today ended today adopted a resolution by a vol* of 216 to 41 expressing the hope that the pet cs* < nietrnre would favorably consider the claims of Ireland to the righ* of self Jeterr.ilna-tion. After the adoption of the lGsh resolution the Hji’v r-** •    at 7 o'clo^x for two •»<» i- «. t J-------------------------- --------- f \ We Can Make It lf you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, tying it to tis We have every facility for doing this Ha-- of work -and, we know how— Stairs Studio PHONE :44 the great war session of the Sixty-fifth congress in the midst of a republican fnM)usfer that killed a list of important legislation, including the $750."HO,OOO appropriation to railroad administration, without Which the roads must he returned to their ow net by th*1 middle of April, according to senate and house leaders. The only measure that tan the gauntlet oi the last forty-eight hours of filibustering were the Victory Loan bill and wheat guarantee measure. Just before adjournmen t the president announced trom Ins capitol office he was unshaken in his de-to call an extra ses-eturn from France, marks the passing of col at the capitol. in the house included naval building pro- IHG F EXHIBIT IO FRANCE I NEW YOUK, March 4. A $60,000 | farming exhibit is being shipped this j week to France by the War Work Council of the Young Men’s Christian Association lo be used for the instruction of thousands of soldier* in the American Expeditionary Force, 1 who want to return to the farms I when their regiments are demobilized. The exhibit was assembled by the l/nited States Department of Agriculture at the request of the War ; Department. It includes samples of soil from every county of tilt' United States. dairy utensils, egg testers, cereal and corn samples, insecticides and fungi-i cide.-. and other material sufficient to I fill fi\ e cars. With this material will go to France tout government experts to I supervise the Mating up or the ex-| hibft and to prepare for the work of I instruction in France. These4 experts will remain with the Expeditionary I Force four months to teach men as-* signed from the army so that the 1 work of instruction can continue as ; long as the American troops are beld overseas. A. A. Olm aby, of the Department of Agriculture, is in charge of the exhibit. It is announced that the shipment of this material is the ' result of a w'ide-spread demand among the fighting men overseas for I instruction in agriculture. Dr. Kenyon L Butterfield, president of the j Massachusetts Agriculture College land member of the Y. M. C. A. Army Education Commission, has estimat-! ed that one-fourth of the men in | the American Expeditionary Force came from the farms of America and | that a similar proportion of them want to return to the farms when their military service is ended. On its arrival in France, the ex- Bjr the Associated Presa New York, March 4.—During the president’s four hour visit to New York tonight he will speak on the League of Nations to 5,000 persons i at the Metropolitan opera house, hold a short conference with former President Taft, receive a delegation of twenty Irishmen who will ask that he present the subject of Irish self determination to the peace conference and then will board the steamer George Washington which sails early tomorrow for France. The only other features on the opera house program are a short address by Governor Smith and singing of the Star Spangled Banner by Enrico Caruso. \ ss ERTS KEPI’Bl JUAN SENATE WILL BIAR K TREATY WHEN PRESENTED. PROCEEDINGS OE OKU. LEGISLATURE By tin Associated Tress WASHINGTON. March 4. Senator i,odge, Republican leader, ‘ brought the long league of nations , dispute to a close at midnight last j night with the introduction of a res-* sjdering its action of Saturday in fix oluiion proposing that tho senate OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., March The senate this afternoon, recott- rvcord itself against the acceptance of the league’s constitution as now drawn. Satisfied that he could not bring the resolution to a vote before noon today he read into the record a list of thirty-seven members of the new senate who will pass on the peace treaty and who he said had signed or approved the resolution. Senate filibuster against general ing April 8 ar the time for holding an election on the $50,000,000 bond issue for roads, voted to leave the date blank and authorized the governor to fix the time. All else requisite to calling the special election and preparations for holding the election was completed by the senate, but the chief executive will name the date. Considering conditions that might deficiency bill earning $750,000,000 arise, members of the senate thought tor railroad administration was con ducted throughout the night by Senators La Follette. France of Mayland and Sherman of Illinois and was out of control during the closing hours. $ LADIES OUT SHOPPING SHOULD NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT One Lot of Spring Coats Reduced This is a golden opportunity for you to buy a New Spring Coat at a lower price. THIS LOT .    '__$14.75 Spring Suits The New Box Coats $25 $35 $45 The “Paul Jones” Middies Are Here A new showing of the very Latest in the Middies line, $2.50 TO $3.50. MILLINERY Refined and Exclusive Modes of the Moment, Featuring Hats of Exquisite Beauty. Watch for Our Big House Furnishing Sale Ad. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established in IOO* AOA, OHL A. it better not to fix a date now. On reconsideration it was the opinion of many that the date named would not allowed sufficient time. The bill was passed finally by the senate this afternoon and is now ! ready tor the house. It probably, “       l           ■- will reach there tomorrow. There is] relative to cancellation and destine- by Woodward, providing for publica-no definite indication of what the|tioQ of municipal bonds; by Disney, Hon of assessments before the State with the senate bill. i /.rooting fraternal insurance board; Board of Equalization; Senate bill by house will do    iw wusir un*. I creating a | tom the tact that on main issues the Harris, creating board of five com to be appointed by the NS1MTS THAT MERCANTILE I LEET RE SURRENDERED WITHOUT CONDITION. tty tile Associated Tres? COPENHAGEN, March 4. Marshal Foch has demanded immediate two measures differ so little there is the belief that conference work will be brief and not difficult. The house unanimously adopted a resolution by Harrison of the appropriations committee fixing adjournment sine die for March 8 at noon. The resolution was debuted only a few minutes. Members say they do rot want to stay on the $2 aday pay after the sixty days, and some declare the will go home at that time. The house adopted the senate amendments to the house bill by Hight establishing a military school at Claremore. The only one of importance is that eliminating vocational training and making it purely a is now mtssioners governor to manage the School for the Blind at Muskogee; by Kenton and Biddison, creating municipal criminal courts. This has to do with Tulsa and Oklahoma counties. Among hills passed finally in the senate were: By Kerr, the county manager law, electing one member of the Board of County Commissioners. 'applying to counties having a population of 50.000 and more; House bill Vaughn, providing for commission; by Morton providing pension for soldiers and sailors. a textbook and others, Confederate The best blacksmith work at right prices. Do general blacksmithing and repairing. Horseshoeing a specialty. —Joe S. Jared, 210 East Main. 2-20-30t—4tw* _ „    •    i Buy your wall paper from Shelton Undertaking Co.    2-4-tf I Dibit will be divided into ,onu loaded on trucks and moved delivery of the German mercantile fleet without regard to the question 1 military school. The bill of food supply according to a dis-', ready for approval, four parts ] patch from Weimar where the Ger-from man National Assembly is in session. termination not don before hi® t A djou rntnent democratic cont Measures killed the three-year gram, sundry < cli bill, annual agricultural approbation bill, oil land leasing measure and bill designed to enforce natiouw Ie prohibition. VICTOR REC'ORBS. COLUMBIA RECORDS, SHEET MI SIU, latest SONG HITS. GET YOKU VICTIM ILA TODA V. THE TYPE SHOWN A ROYE, #«M»; OTHERS KROM SHA TO 02H2.5O. SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS AND YOU GET THE WORLD'S BEST AND FINEST MUSIC. Grtin &- Mays Drug Go. Udall Agent" Liggett'* Chocolate- camp to camp for demonstration. The government will pay the salaries or its experts and the Y. M. U. A. will pay their expenses. It is expected that the military authorities will assign several hundred instructors from the army to use this exhibit in apicultural educator It is announced that tin* Y. M. U. A. sent to France iii January more than $700,000 worth of text books pail of which bear upon courses of agri-1 culture and that these courses are open to all fighting men of the United States as long as they remain I overseas Shipment of .samples of soil is intended to enable the soldier to discover how' hest to utilize the farm lands of his home town whether he may come from Maine or Oregon. The Bureau of Plant Industry has contribute! exhibits showing how to fight insect pests and fungous diseases of plant life, and the Bureau of Animal industry has contributed model farm buildings, dairy ami poultry barns, and silos. By the use of these and other exhibits, the soldiers will be taught scientific farm management. GUARANTEED WHEAT PRICE ICI CODD B> th** A HMM'I tit* *d I‘IV" WASHINGTON. March I The president today signed the wheat guarantee bill carrying an appropriation of si.OOO.OOO to maintain the guaranteed price of $2.06 per btl! die!. AT IHE PUI offer an en-this evening, PRIVATE SANDERS OK CANADIANS WILL LIBERTY The Princess Maids I tlrely new program for I This company has an unusually good i line of yodlers, singers, dancers and comedians. The picture program pre-I sents Claire Anderson in Mask of j Riches. It is a story of the west In i w'hich love laughed at barriers. AMERICAN I Harry Carey is the star in the IMie house laid on the table a motion by Barry to reconsider the \ote by which the committee of the whole on Saturday recommended for passage House Bill 194 by Harper, which provides for the full value policy in file insurance in case of loss. The1 bill was placed on final passage, and i after being debated for more than an hour, on roll call failed of final passage by a vote of IS to 41. Harper J author of the bill, changed his vote from yes to no in order to move its; reconsideration, which he did. The j measure probably will be taken up again Tuesday. The senate today agreed to the house amendments to the workmen's compensation hill and passed it fin- j ally. This now competes the bill. The senate struck from the general deficiency bill calling for $58 4,000 ail item of $4 8,000 for paving around the capitol grounds, and advanced Senate bill by Snyder carrying an appropriation of $50,000 for a monument to Oklahoma soldiers who were killed or died in the war. A u»t-morial commission of five to be appointed by the governor, is created by the bill. A resolution introduced in the senate by Thomas would compel all concerns liable for gross production tax to pay on the posted price plus whatever premiums had been received. It was observed that the taxes had been Clearance SPEAK drama. Roped. This is an unusually    __ fine attraction and in it Carey is seen paid only on the posted price ot oil, ISS Private ll. L. Sanders of the Twenty-eighth battalion of the Second Canadian division will lecture at the Liberty theater Thursday afternoon and evening on his experiences lasting twenty-seven months. He saw the war in all Its phases, was With thej colors when the first gas attack was j launched and was at the front until > the summer of 1918. He was badly j wounded and is the only survivor of j his company of 250 men. Private] Sanders would like to get in touch, with any Canadians residing in this vicinity. , DROP OK !.’» DEGREES IN TEMPERATURE According to the government thermometer, a drop of 45 degrees in temperature occurred between IO a. in. and 3 p. rn. today (Tuesday). At IO o’clock It w’as 75 degrees and I and 3 it was 30. at his very best. Here is a good opportunity to see the very best in the way of pictures. Coming tomorrow: The Paramount feature. The Goat. A Hunch of Fresh Flowers, If you have a friend who’s discourag-or ill, And a message you’d senti that will give him a thrill Of pleasure to know that you thought it worth while Thus your friendship to show and to help him to smile, And to while away some of his dark, lonely hours, Just send to his home a bunch of fresh flowers. Ada Greenhouse. 2-28-6t Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a year.—Sterling Motor Supply Co.    2-5-tf and that in many instances as much : as $1.50 and $1.75 a barrel had been paid in premium. The resolution went over for a day. The house adopted a resolution appropriating $5,000 and authorizing the industrial commission to investigate the case of F. J. Bunnell, who was injured during the construction of the capitol, and is permanently] crippled. The commission is author-] ized to make whatever allowance is justified, not to exceed the amount appropriated. The house passed finally twenty-eight bills, among which the most important are: Appropriation for the four district agricultural schools at Tishomingo, Lawton, Warner and Goodwell; by Stevenson, curing a de-; feet in the statute relative to escheat of lands to the state; by Webb, making it unlawful for any person to carry or display a flag indicative of disloyalty to the government; by Disney, Toilet Requisites CAMEO TOILET SOAP Assorted odors; regular 5c size cake. Special  ______________2 For Se ARMOUR'S SQUARE TOILET SOAP Assorted odors; regular 5c size. Special____________________________________8 For 10c PALM OLIVE TOILET SOAP Regular 15c size. Special at KH* ROSA I RE GLYCERIN E SOAP Violet and Rose; regular 15c size. Special---------------------------„------------------lOc LA PERLA CASTILE SOAP — Regular 15c size. Special per WOODBURY’S FACIAL SOAP Regular 30c size. Special at, per VASELINE PETROLEUM JELL Y in tubes; regular 10c size. Spe- MI R AGE CREAM in tubes; regular 25c size. Special 2 For 2.“k* PALA! OLIVE ROI GE—Regular «*MH* size. Special at_,  __35c ROSE MASSAGE CREAM Regular 15c size. Special at 10c Each ARMOUR'S COLD CREA AI SOAP — Regular 15c size. Special at--------------------------------------------toe Cake The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 # ;