Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
VOLUME XVI.®be a Cbetring
ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919.
Better Styles Than Ever Before
•yHIS Spring everyone wants style. It’s only natural; we’ve all had a big job on our hands; saving, military service; didn’t have much time to think of* style.
X o w it’s a I I * over; the b o y s are coming back; every boy’s happy; they want clothes that express their spirits — a n d we’ve got them; that’s our job, to see that you get the best, authentic ideas.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
waist-seam suits are the best styles going
They give one the miltary bearing; chest-out; trim waist; there are variations for every taste.
$25 to $50
I'he hmm' of Hart Schal l tier & Marx clothes,
at your own home any time with the best dance music and without expense if you have a
A VxtroU lot every tai Ic tad every parte. Eery term.
GW IX & MAYS DRUG LO.
MAI HO! POI ' BOUW OI KAISER ON TRIAL POUND NEXT
SUIl-COMMITTEE OF COMMISSION COMMISSION’S RUPORT READY PASSES MATTER UP TO 1 TO BB SUBMITTED TO CONFERENCE. . CONFERENCE.
By tho Associated Press
PARIS, March 15.—The sub-committee of the commission on responsibility for the war reported today that strictly and technically criminal prosecutions of those who brought about the struggle were “nnomolous and unnecessary,” according to an official communique issued t ll is afernoon. The report added, however, that the peace conference '‘might adopt special measures and even create special machinery to deal with those who planned the war.”
By the Associated Press
PARIS, March 15.— One of thei first questions to be considered by the council of ten with President Wilson participating in the discussion will be the boundary line between Poland and Germany. The Polish boundary commission, as well as general territorial commissions, has virtually agreed unanimously on the boundary. While no ofticial announcement has been made it is known that the city of Dantzig on the Baltic coast is included in Poland.
A ii ll E E M E N T RE Aril ED COX- MXE IA IST ON AMERICAN VESPER NI NG FOOD SUPPLIES SKL. SURVIVORS LANDED IX
AND SH I PPI NO. I ENGLAND.
By the Associated Press
BRUSSELS, March 15. German delegates to the conference here regarding the taking over by the allies of the German mercantile fleet and provisioning of Germany today definitely agreed to conditions imposed by the allies.
tannin of h'tXHl Fixed.
BRUSSELS. March 15. A monthly ration of 3 70.000 tons of foodstuffs was fixed today by tile allied commission which is in this city conferring wit ii a German delegation as to the turning over of German merchant shipping and German owned securities in payment for food shipments. The Germans observed that this ration was smaller than they requested and were pessimistic as to the arrangement of satisfactory financial terms. This evening at t» o’clock other plenary sessions were held.
By the Associated Press
LONDON, March 15.—Nine sailors are reported drowned in the sinking i of the American naval transport Yselhaven which struck a mine at 1:35 o’clock Friday morning according to a report to Lloyds. She was bound from Baltimore to Copenhagen i Thirty-fiv * survivors have been landed at Hartlepool by a Briish steamer.
12 ENEMY ALIENS
WOMAN HAS SLEPT LOR THREE WEEKS
By the Associated Press
WASHINGTON. March 15.—Pa
roles were granted by Secretary of Labor Wilson today to twelve aliens of a group of fifty-four sent here recently from western states under deportation orders. In nineteen cases the depot taion order was affirmed but in the remaining twenty-three no applications for reopening hearings are pending.
By the Associated Press MKS. ROWZEE OF ADA
MURPHYSBORO. 111.. March 15.; GRAND ATTENDANT W. C.
— Mrs. Thomas DeWitte of this city,' -
who has slept continuously for last ; SULPHUR. Okla., March 15.—Aft-
three weeks, has given birth to a ten er selecting Enid as the meeting place
pound boy. Immediately after the child was btu n Mrs. DeWitte relapsed again iuto sound slumber. Several
of the 1921 convention, the state conference of the Woodmen of the World and the Woodmen’s Circle came to a
physicians have admitted their inabil- close yesterday.
ity to waken her.
AY IHE PLAY
Ll HERT V.
Speck’s Comedians will present the comedy drama, John Martin’s Secrets. The picture program presents another installment of The Lute of the Circus, the Screen Magazine and an L-KO comedy entitled, Society Stuff.
Officers were installed yesterday, jending the business session, but a number of social events were carried out. Addresses were made by Sovereign Commander Fraser, of Omaha, and Head Consul Leecraft.
The following sovereign delegates were named by the W. O. W.:
Robert E. Lee of LeFlore, O. H. Searcy of Frederick, Ed Sandlin of Ardmore, I). It. Williams of Caddo, S. L. Hogan of Apache, IL VV. Fleld-| lug of Sulphur, J. C. Gilmore of Oklahoma City and R. E. Davenport of i Chickasha.
The Woodmen Circle elected the
W hen a Man Rides Alone is a west-, Supreme delegates: Margaret Mea-em story of xallaiitry and bravery iii dowg> Fanny B. noire. Olive Laux, which the e!urdy Pioneers of |h»t re- Mangle Bradshaw, Phoebe Drown.
Ida Norvelle. Nannie Thomas and
glon figure. Of course there is a love story in the plot. William Russell plays the leading role.
Ada Lodge No. 119 will meet regular communication this evening , Marie Rouzee;
at 7:30 o’clock sharp. Grand Master Joseph W. Morris will be with us on an official visit. All Masons in Ada are uiged to attend. Visiting brethren especially Invited.—Mile* C. Grigsby, W. M.
Sora Howe. Grand Guardian, Adelia Weekly; grand advisor, Jennie Lapp; grand banker. Mary Hewlett; grand chaplain, Minnie Ftnnigan; grand in clerk, Alice Smith; grand attendant, assistant attendant.
Bessie Cox; inner sentinel, Sarah Grant; outer sentinel, M. Clever. Managers: Mesdames McGee, Hulling, sherralee and Hemmelright.
40c Plate Lunch, Cafe. 11:30 to 2:00. ment.
Harris Hotel New Manage-3-3-lmo
SERGEANT DODSON MAKES
GOOD WITH ENGINEERS
Srgeant H. F. Dodson, son of C. D. Dodson of Ada. was one of the
- I first to enlist after war was de-
Benton’s Blight Remedy for sale at 1 dared and went to Europe as a Gwin & Mays Drug Store. Guaranteed. I member of the Thirteenth engineers,
We Can Make It
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an organization made up of railroad men. He was with the first contingent of American troops to reach Loudon and from there to the front. He writes that he has seen some strenuous service along the route from Verdun to Sedan, but now that it is over hopes to be sent home sometime soon.
Since going to the front he has been promoted twice and was in line for a commission when the armistice was signed. |Among the souvenirs he sent to his father were J some small Frnch and Italian paper money, one a franc, another 50 cen-) times and the Italian specimen two lire.
Gen. IVrshing in a recent order J commended the 13th engineers very highly for their effective work.
TWO CENTS THE COPY
These coats with their striking airs and fine materials are sure to meet with the approval of any one that is looking for a popular and low price Spring Coat.
VALUES UP TO $20.
Silk Petticoat Special
In a good grade of silk, assorted colors and styles_
The Charm of Spring
Is Reflected in This Millinery Special FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Each day brings greater need for Spring Hats. Gay and chic modes are particularly welcome. These are tailored and pattern hats. Values up to $8.50—
Men's Belt Special
A big line of Men’s Belts in good leathers— Tan and Black. Values 65c—
S.M. SHAW. PROP.
Established In 1909 AOA, OKLA.
Spring Silk Dresses
-—in authorative modes
The charm of simplicity in Women’s Silk Dresses; they are Tailored, Beaded or Embroidered. Tunic, straight line or draped models, many colarless styles that accentuate the new slender lines; made of Chiffon Taffeta, Georgette combinations, Crepe de Chine and beautiful Foulards.
PRICED FROM $16.50 TO $35.00.
SEE THESE NEW DRESSES TODAY.
The Surprise Store
JU5-117 West Main St.