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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Juba Cbenmg ileitis VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 6. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY lf-) 5, Authentic Styles •Reasonable Pi ices Good Quality Are all embodied to an unusual degree in our lines of Woman's Spring- Garments. Almost every express brings us new styles that are being freely selected by our customers. About half the secret of good dressing lies in selecting appropriate clothes. Whatever there is of charm and newness in better clothes for fashionable women will be found here. Ladies’ Spring    OH Dresses. SIO to... sEr'wlt". $65.00 Indies' Spring «47 en Capes, $15 to 1 iSMfe... $20.00 STEVENS-WILSON CO. JAPS RAISE A MEET DEFEAT LETTISH A HMY CAPTURES MITA 1\ IMIH HITA XT RAI I AV AY center. WILL Iii: (UYKN OPPORTUNITY TO KXFIUXS OPINION ON LEAUUR. Py the A Moola ted Dress I tPOPENHAGEN, March 20.—The I important railroad junction the town ! of Mitau. southwest of Riga has been captured by Lettish troops, a Lettish * official statement issued Wednesday I announces. The Bolshevik!, the j statements adds, are retiring: along ! the entire front, Poles Force I tell lenient. COPENHAGEN. March 20. Bol-! sheviki troops, under pressure front I Polish forces, have been compelled j to retire and evacuate Flask, IOO J miles east of Rrest-Litovak, according to a Warsaw dispatch By the Associated Press PARIS, March    20.—Neutral countries of Europe, Asia and South America will be given an opportunity today to express their views and propose amendments to the League of Nations plan. Nearby neutrals, such as Holland and Switzerland, have sent delegates in response to the supreme council’s invitation; while more distant countries will be j represented by their ministers and ambassadors residing in Paris. The meeting will continue throughout today and tomorrow, if neces-; sary, in order to complete neutral proposals and prepare them for sub-I mission to the commission of the League of Nations. Norway. Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Switzerland., Spain, Persia. Guatemala and most of the South American countries will hav*» suggestions to make, either by j memorandum or directly. Flit>1* POK HHH AROUND <HM» RALES, PENSI S BUREAU SAYS. II* the Associated Press WASHINGTON. March 2(1. Final statistics of the HUS cotton crop announced today by the census bureau in the last ginning report place production at 11,888,138 running bales, oi 12.022.e01 equivalent 500 pound bal- both * \clusive of linters OOI ERX ML NT REPORT SHOWS; REI*OllTEH WILL INSIST ON ONE M AKIU AUK OUT OF NINE ' EQU AIT TREATMENT KOK ENDS IN IU YORKE.    Si    IU    Et    TS. By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, March 2o. Approximately one of every nine marriages in the United States terminates in dhorce, according to figures made public today by the Bureau of the Census. Excluding South Carolina which repealed all laws permitting divorce in 1878, the three lowest divorce rates in HU6 are shown by the District of Columbia, North Carolina and New Yol k where the rates were about thirty-two per 100,000. The highest rates were returned for Ne\ada. Montana and Oregon. ' The Spreading Evil” tells a love story of pure unsullied devotion between an intensely human young man and a beautiful girl. Interwoven with the main theme is the fate of l>*nnon Monett, the artists model. lured and entangled into the sinister web of the spider, Saccard. We Can Make It If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, br ng it to us We have every facility for doing this class of work ami, we know how— Stairs Studio PHONE 84 Admired His Pluck. “Well,” said Uncle Si Rruggins after a solo by a fashionable church choir tenor, “lf that ain't tin* rudest thing I ever saw. Just as soon as that young man hogan to sing, every other member of the choir stopped. But he went through with it. aud I must say I admire his spunk.”—-Boston Transcript. IO FLOAT BODE ll) iii** A*M><*iat* U I'll Sit \\ ASH I NP.TON. Marc h 20. The war finance corporation is considering the floating of a large bond issue. probably of $200,000,000. within a few weeks to provide funds lot railroads and demands on th** corporation. The interest rate is 4 3-4 percent. The bonds would run for a y*ai and possibly a year and a half. Let a Want Ad get it foi yon. ADA AUTO BLUB IS IN WORKING ORDER The Ada Auto club has been reorganized and put on a working basis. The members whose names appear below have paid their dues and are entitled to the full benefits of the organization. The club is affiliated with the 3-A, a national automobile association: N. B. Stall, ll. H. Epperson, J. C. Chapman, Gale St a tier, A.. M. Gregg, Win. L. Whitaker. I. M. King, W. F. Schulte. R. F. Smith. Bart Smith, R. L. McGuyre. W. I. Coffman, C. A. Zorn, Claude Logsdon, S. M. Shaw, Grant Erwin, J. T. Emery, C. Dillsworth, W. N. Mays, R. W. Simpson, L. S. Reese, Dr. I. L. Cummings, Mrs. C. A. Gal 1 braith ll. P. Reich, E. S. Ratliff, Harmon Ebev. R. E Haynes, J. F. McKee!, H. E. Morris. J. A. Smith. J. It. Adair, L. S. Chilcutt, all of Ada; Dr. Fred Harrison. Stonewall; Dr. M. L. Overton and J A Hart. Fitzhugh. FRENCH BATTLE WHO BOLSHEVIK! $ TK e    Solution of the Dress Problem To meet the demand of the man who wants a nifty, up-to-date suit at medium price we have just the thing for you. SCHLOSS BROS. MAYER BROS. SPERO MICHAEL SUITS At prices to meet your pocket-book and cut over the same lines as higher priced garments. No care has been spared in the style, fabric and cut of these suits. You pay a low price in return for Quality. Convince yourself of this*, step in and try on one of our suits. The result will be highly satisfactory. $20 to $39.50 THE BOY’S SUIT The WOOLY UOY and MOTH-ER’S FAVORITE suits--the suits that will please both mother and son. Constructed to stand the wear and tear that a regular boy gives his clothing—at the same time styled to feature all the pleasing finishing touches that endear a suit to the heart of a boy. $5.50 to $17.50 DEPARTMENT STOP ll S.M. SHAW. PROP. LMahlUhed in IWK! A DA, OHL A. DR. WILKING ARRAIGNED E It} the Associated Press NEW YORK, March 20.—Dr. Walker Keene Wilkins, arrested soon atter Iris arrival from Baltimore, was i tak rn to Long Beach for arraignment bef ort a justice of the peace today on the charge of having murdered his wife at their Long Beach home February 27. Dr. Wilkins ’ ho disappeared a few hours bet >tv the warrant was issued for his arrest Sunday. came hack voluntarily He refused to talk about his wife's second will which was found bequeathing much of her property to him. Easter is coming; look ar our new Spring Hats. Burks. Vde 3-10-2td ltw 11 By tile Associated Press PARIS. March 20. A Japanese amendment to the covenant of the league of nations providing that the contracting parties shall agree to grant equal and just treatment to all aliens within their borders who are nationals of states that are league members will be submitted to the supreme council, it is learned by Renters from Japanese sources. * i •ii LUXEMBURG IO VOIE ON GOVERNMENT tty flu* Assoria ted Pre»s LONDON, March 2o. The Luxemburg Chamber of Deputies passed a bill March 18 by a vote of thirty-two to twenty for submitting plebiscite to determine whether the present dynasty is to be maintained, a new dynasty created or a republic established, according to dispatches received here. Just push back the rugs and start the Then—“On with the dance!’* That’s how easy it is to “put life into the evening ’ when you have a \ ictrola. And good dance music is only one of the endless joys it brings. Have you a Yictrola? You tun hare —on the easiest of terms. GWIN & MAYS DRUG t O. tty (Iii' A SMT la ted Pres* LONDON. March 20. Virtually all ut Ukraine is now in Bolshevik! hands, according to advices reaching U>ndon today. In heavy fighting at ; Xikol;rie\, northeast of Odessa, the Bolshevik I lo>t between 5.OOO and 8,000 men. but forced the French garrison, atter fierce fighting. to withdraw to Odessa. AI IHE PEAY HORSES WI ERH AN. The Spreading Evil is a picture j w ith a powerful lesson and warn* j ing. It has the endorsement of official Washington and church and censor hoards which realize the necessity of bringing home the truths dent-; onstrated by this picture. Let a Want Ad get it for you LIBERTY. Henry Roquemore’a comediant will present the most amusing musical comedy of the day. Prevarication. Here is the chance to laugh and grow tat. The picture program presents Mae Murray in The Cabaret I Girl. IMH NGS OE THE ll. ATHLETIC ASPIRANTS Charles Cunning spiked himself several days ago in the high dash but In doing nicely now and is coming fine in the high and IOO yard | dash. Roland Roquetnore and Leo Breco are chowing up well in lite one-half and mile run. In the Javelin shot and discus, Travis Kerr seems to have things ♦tis own way. In the B class, Byron Soward and Ball Cowart are developing in fine shape for the quarter mile dash.' Don On* appears to be the fastest man off the mark in the IOO to 220 dash .and if he can develop endurance .he will he the fastest man in this district. Roy Baff ar ran a has resigned his position with the First National bank and accepted a position with M. A. Walt3 in his drug store. Roy is an experienced pharmacist and has spent a number of years in the drug business and is a valuable man in that capacity. Let a Want Ad get it for you. The SKIRTS Which Are Attract-ing the Most Attention. The makers of Silks have created marvelous new materials to go into this Spring’s Skirts. There is Fan-ta-si, Baronet Satin, and Moonglo and other exquisite creations. New shades have been evolved —and old ones pleasingly changed by the pile of these new silks. As to style1—the new Skirt is narrow, shows in many cases novel effects in pockets, and is belted in many new ways. Prices range from— $10 T0 $27.50 The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Phone lit <T ;