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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Stoa Cijenmg / VOLUME XVI. NFMRF.R 7. ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Jill MAK I jOKbaai-ii./ta Clot Ahs Jhl*uc Iv ;*v *44 t.^uv Properly Proportioned Th; tUat strike's \ou th*' moment y< Langham-High Clothes FOR VOL NOER YOUNT, MEN \v or T1 .Ate N* with i aist Ha in are i e t I    vt tH >V tit I illy . i ve built t» you th* s it i plain -Mn* s Soot es the o\ elf v you boys iiv Young Mi st vl* tool von ag*’ ap : or i pant rn tis or tilt with military backs them have a double of lie ;t itch* el feet. art fabrics st ms sir* TO sui. Hart Schaffner 6 Marx and Styleplus CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $25, S.'SO. $35 to $50 STETSON HATS EDWIN CLAPP SHOES EAGLE SHIRTS STEVENS-WILSON CO. <'ONTKO! I USY \\ ITH JIWO-fULAV-I % O! EK ( ITV OF HI ME HK Vt MKS ( Itthis. tin* Assn* Ulte*l Pf*'*# PARIS, March 21. The Italian delegation to the peace conference has unanimously decided to withdraw fro rn the conference uuless the port o! F ume, on the eastern coast o. the A I rial ic, is assigned to Italy contemper aneously with the conclusion ot th * peace treaty This decision of the Italian delegation, as repel ted from Paris, apparently brings to a head the bitter controversy that anis' between Italy and the new state of Jugo-Slavia after tho collapse of Austria over the disposition of territories along the Adriatic formerly belonging to the Austro-Hungarian empire and which both nationalities claim. There I as been no disposition on tho part of Italy to make concessions Whore FJA in ie has roncemed. although it is reported that she has signified a willingness to modify her original claim to tho entire Dalmatian coast, which was promised her In. a sec tv t Healy ti tiring the early days of tho war when the .great powers agreed among themselves on the disposition of various territories when the Central Empires were deft a. od. The cutty of the Failed plates aud Wilson’s doctrine of self-determination by the nationalities allect* d complicated tin* settlement alone tin lines originally mapped out by the european members of the entente. aaa apparently tilt appeals made to hi uiby the Italians have not bee** received allot ether fa vol ably. The decision was reached ai a meeting today of the full delegation p«*i soled opt by Premie! Orlando. It was immediately communicated to th** powers. Colonel E, M. House of the American n msion promised lhe-mier Orlando o present w ithin a few days a project eeacerniin: the Italian J u co-Slav troutier which he hopes will satisfacto! ilv -ettle th** dispute. BOIK HOUSFS IMF BF ROAD MEASURE IHM ll SAYS VY Alt FOIT* HT IN V VIN I NI,FSS IU VFH IS MIL-ITARY FRONT!FU. DF ll A VILAND* MANN FII    liV LIEUTENANT (JAI FT, ( OVIKS TO It Ka ORK SI’Cl THI. » I .    *•    R    I    i    *    • hr tm* .*ss*»|i|t*p Press    I    Many citizens of Ada had their PA UIS. March 21. The Rhine is first opportunity this morning to olm on -tally good line of defense. I deserve one of the famous and pow* not ti eft i|it) Ii*. t h«‘ annexation    of Ger-lentil De Haviland biplanes. Lieu* man tefrifories west    of    this liver, I    tenant Gault from Carutheis I ield, Fort Worth, Texas, and Machinist Sergeant Thirty hrrlved about 11 o’clock and a few’ minutes late# hut it we *lo ant secure that as a nilltary frontier* we will have fought In* war in vain,” is the statement I toy Marshal Foch, quoted in an inter- ; • View* pr’nftiT In the Matin today. \ VKI FR SEPARATE SCHOOF, made a landing In the of the home of J. L. the southern part of cann* dp to bring a W*tii Ila ail noun cambia rn Stipes int* inlet t J. K. Hickman to discon-flnde SnttYrflnY SC britt! wOrlc so give pupils an opportunity to asuist at Im mg m    g.u< film h . eliiMbS aid im t bl nom? parents. The children pasture west Barringer in tow’n. They propeller for tin* plane of Lieutenant Bostic noddle nm! LtetffWttit* J. W. PWff! Ll on ton a tits Haddie and Oft#f bemail Ihe.-.rpLmn JomaiSjl Worth last afternoon, atte,- th** For-mer had made % short visit to his. The Solution of the Problem D ress To meet the who wants at the suit just demand of the man a nifty, up-to-date medium price we have thing for you. “Us (her**    jT-irvnts    in    tin* northern part |et ib rn I sat he ac    They*    were hardly 011^ city wh«'n a cap tho I ha on fTiF raTTTatoil of rn ■TTI who h ive access to gut den Plots "'Bl a- many *1 d last    put In ■ ens. The plot on the school pus is being operated b] school Cit i bt I en. tor a large scale in the work we ar** prevented because OI limited Space. All available plots m nearness to the school has been taken. This is a real Case anxious to do ai *1 nothing to do w it ti. came oft and tlioy were forced 'a I sHal-TVnnd. they carried the plane bacW J cam- to th*' fait grounds and in landing the propeller was broiled af one cud The De HaviUnd-is a tp*mM**r ma/ chine    The engine .is 320 horsey power. On account of the size or I lie plane, several attempts to land wet'** made before r* i I ot Gault was able to g« t, to; ground safely. In or-. t*» ftvflii going into a fence. ,t SCHLOSS BROS. MAYER BROS. SPERO MICHAEL SUITS At prices to mtet yoni pocket-book and cut over the same lines as higher priced garments. No cate has boon spared in the* style, fabric and cut of these snits. You pay a low price iii 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 I der Mat ch 21. bill is tlu** for houses ot tin* Vttcntion 'sn knight". Meeting of Ada (Houmander> evening. Work in Temple deer* F *' n.". >* e’>. flu? DO"*t \ MT! \TION HANA.SIN BAL \N( F IM K TO I AHA IIF OF NFCJOTI NTIONS; Just push back the rugs and start the Then—“On with the dance! ” That’* how easy it to ‘‘put *n” to tic evening    vc lien you have a v tctrola. And good dance mimic is only one of the * ridley joys it brings. H«\ c y**u A Vu t ri.iu p \ ‘.a can ha < on the ** ■? «>t Terms- GWIN & MAYS DRUG ( O. I I I IU till- A>"«*‘ iut*<l Ur*'-. PARIS. March 21. A semi-of fiend Genoa® note evfffiiuuig the failure o! n* got at ions at Posen says it ha* In** i impossible to. reach .In agreo-f iaeuI ,e."P*« ally lugiinling tilt presidency of a commission lo control th* situation there between th** Poles and Germans. The supreme council will consider the situation today and take measures to bring about a cessation of host ii it ies. Under the terms of the annist icy with the allies (Ieiman troops are to evacuate th ie territory which will probably bt- made a part of th** new Polish republic when the peart#* treaty is finalis smiled. AT THE FLAY HOUSES * Kl. Au* >.M AU I TTT The $50,000,000 road final passage by both Irgislat ure. Way for passage of th*- bill was paved yesterday’ when the conference report en the measure was made to the senate. Action was deferred Until today to give time for printing of tile conference report, which contains twenty-seven typewritten pages. The conference report is not subject to amendment and legislature leaders regard it as certain that the hill will pass finally' today. They say it must pass if any road legislation gets through and assert that enough votes haw* been pledged to give th** measure easy sailing in both houses. In addition to presenting an entirely new system OI routes in many respects, i he conference bill provides se* era! new feature's regulating the sale of bonds, the administration of the road fund and the maintenance of the roads Tile special election for \ otitic on the $50,000,000 bond issue is fixed for May IC in the hill; however. th** governor is giver the right to set a new date should anything prevent the holding of an election on tliis date. The    administration of    the    road measure is placed in a commission of five, appointed by the governor of which the governor is to be chairman.    Two of the other    members are to    be republicans    and    two    dem ocrats. They will receive a salary of I5.00B a year. bonds in    the    first    year date of authorization is $ (I.OOO.OOO, for the sec-$ IC. OOO,COO anjj for the $ I ti,OOO.OOO and for Every child thnt is large enough <juick is expected to do «MH**ihing m the chine way of work timing* lh-* vacation ami keep an account Mf his of her earnings and savings ami report at tin opening ol school next fall. The atteiulaiice of Saturdays ha*. b****n but little b*ss than bt regular school day s. The parental Interest ■ aud co-operation has been very commenda bi* . Th*1 school has been honored with many prominent men of their rant* as well as several from among ti.a while lac**. Super.ut* uih nt Hickman's official \ iMts have had a very pleasing el-!<***! upon th*1 student toddy anti his interest: in til** welfare of tho school has been all thnt could be expected.*** Fin* vise **! County Superintendent Floyd, loo, added interest aud instill at ion* In lace of war activit es on part ► of the school children an appreciated patriotic duty which ha?-brought homo many noble truths and lessons tor our boys and gills which will bv the guiding thoughts of many of their lives flu. measles, mumps, and chicken pox. th** Attendance has    been    excellent    The reedit census shows a scholastic enrollment oi IE'.*, since the taking of th** same parents have moved in with better than two dozen children and with th** opening of th** new    addition    the    population    will have    doubled    itself. At    present    121    at** enrolled in school, twenty eight of this number temporarily entoiled with th** Athens school, located beyond lite cement plant, This makes an enrollment of v*> percent ot thi? population ot th* district. A spit it of go to church and to Sunday school every Sunday has worked to the high moral ton** of th* school, Aside from the regular routine of daily class work children are given cardinal fist met ions in principles of nearness, politeness and courtesy. The sc I nyo I is now well graded anti* i excellent discipline, ami homelike appearance as well as crowded. There has developed, a better understanding bot ween parents and teach cis. The work of a conscientious teacher does not stop in the schoolroom; the parents are being made not only set* but feel that teach- one of the tires to on*1 of tho: turn was made after the ma-was on the ground, resulting in the puncturing of and slight damage wings. All of the flyers were making ar-: angehieuts by get put of town this afternoon and fly back to Fort Worth before dark. The WOODY DOV and MOTHER'S FAVORITE sill,ta the suits that will please both mother and son. Constructed to stand th** wear and tear that a regular boy gives his clothing—-at the same rime styled to feature all the pleasing finishing touches that endear a suit to the heart of a boy $5.50 to $17.50 ENGLISH MIDDLE CLASS PHONE 71 S. Af. SHAW, PROP. established ti) ISMtot AOA, OKLA. to in them di in is Sale of after the limited to ond year, second year, the third year $30,000,ODO. Two thirds of th** gross production tax and two-thirds of the automobile license tax will go into th** road fund, by the hill. Division of the state int** ^convenient sections’ building shall bogle ruled simultaneously ♦wk are dwply interested beyond th** dollar. The sewing Class under th* reetion of the assistant teacher connection with her other duties progressing nicely. There is no question that th** school will r.v*Hi an additional f« arber next year it) arder to keep Up th* very htgb dwss Of work now being carried on. ( <v< if tees limn With Rural The patch or is the greatest molding factor of public sentiment iii th** Teachers. ten 'in which road and be prose-is provided. world. yet the least appreciated ami poorest financed or paid. More is expected, of him; he is the social director, the source of varied information hi ‘the rural section often the minister at funerals. It has been th** plan to arouse the; county separate school children! through the rural teachers to girls LONDON. L’eh. 28. (Correspondence of rh* Associated Press) M'lnheis ol til*1 grunt middle (lass OI lug land at last have taken step* to organize to i>ioi**ct their own interests against the aggressions of j capling on the one hand and increasing wages ol workmen on th** other, lam dos of the middle class declare thai ct Aly by org';unzatiou can 1 hey escape an unfair share of th** burden of lite. BngUsh people of education and moderate incomes have tell for son)** tim** that they were tieing ground between the upper and nether millstones operating in Git* social mill. Profits of capitalists from war conli acts have increased and the wages oi workmen steadily advanced. Rut nobody had to have the services of the professional men, the small business man nor the schoolmaster. They felt that they simply mail** up a large part o; the population w hose public linty .it seemed, was to in* et constantly increasing cosU ol living and tax rates without any corresponding increase in income. It was not until now that they summoned - ii t tic ion t com ag** to give their protests wright by forming the nucleus of an organization with which hot {'.capital and labor may eventul-l> have to reckon. A preliminary meeting was held under the chairmanship of Major J. It. lh et Vina ii Newman, member of Parliament. It was decided to call tin* organization th*1 ’’.Middle ('lass Union.’’ Among the purposes of the union are:    , To remove undue burden upon ! th** midrib* class, including the cost 1 of living. ••To protect the middle clas> against bureaucratic and industrial I tyranny To combine for commas protection of those members of the community who have no organization to safeguard their interests.” Letters appearing iii support of the union show that many army officers and other soldiers are deeply interested in I he movement. One soldier Ll MIM HAND OF 500 PIT TO FI ilia HT RY CARRANZA TROOPS I N DFR ZUAZUA. My th** As.soetat.ed Press JUAREZ. Mexico. March 21. De-Utils reached here today of a baith* fought Wednesday between 500 Vntistas and about the same number of Federals 75 miles south of the New Mexico border. It is stated thai 53 Villlstaii and IO government men w* i.* killed. According to Gen. Zuazua the battle lasted several hours. Finally the rebels ran out of ammunition and charged Zuazua’s ammunition train in an * I fort to capture .r. They were met v itll a deadly machine gun fire and fled, leaving their dead on the field. 'fhe rebels were commanded by Marlin Lopez, a clos** friend otf Villa since boyhood. He is the man who instilui(*(1 the practice of dynamiting trains and robbing the passengers ol everything:, even their clothes. SFN ATOR H ARRISON WORKS FOR 82 PFK DAY OKLAHOMA ('ITV. March 21. Foil rte* n senators have been working for *2 a day since March 7. having refused to accept payment at che rate of $6 a day under a joint resolution adopted by boti) houses. Frank Carter, *tai * auditor, announced yesterday. Tthole who turned down the proffered increases ai**: C. VY’. Hoard, C. A. Dearmon, R. L. Davidson, it: L. Hall, Luther Harrison. E. I*. Hill. M. Wallace Lynch, L. A. Morton, M W. I*ugli, James Spurlock, Warren K. Snyder. J. Elmer Thomas, Fred E. Tucker and E. E. Woods wrote. ‘‘Unless w’e of the middle classes organise and combine to thwart and I destroy th** anarchial aggressions of 1 certain communities in the industrial world, we will sooner or later be hoi-sheviked out of existence.” How the Middle Glass Union will end ot encouraging th*    received    in    he    political    field    by    the '[I H ANI FRD AN. LnM opportunity lo see tin* sensa-t*oii of the day, Th** Spreading Evil. Ll IIFKTY. Henry Roquemore’*    corned is Bs mr ll pres—I the musical comedy, A Lunch for Two. A snappy and hu-uiu iou** eg im Lu mn en f. The picture program will present Enid Bennett in When Do We Eat. We Can Make It If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring it to Ai* \\r$ haw every facility for doing this class of workhand. we know how— Stall’s Studio PHONE 34 DOCTOR PRESCRIBES ML For (Ids Weak, Nervous Motlier, Remus** He Knows the Fmmubi. Jacksonville, 111. Thave a twenty-months old baby and keep house I for my little family, but got into a weak. nervous, run-down condition, tii>*d all Hie Lime and uo ambition. My doctor told Ute lo hjr Vinol and ! in a wwk, I felt like a new person. I ani now strong again, look after my b»rby. and do all my housework.”— Mrs, G. H. Damson. The reason we recommend Vinol, ii because It is a constitutional remedy, con*afning beef and cod liver peptone*, him and nwuigaijety* pep-Nmates and glycerophosphate*,* the HOH successful louies known.—-Gwin to Mays Drug Co., and druggists everywhere. P. S.—Af you have Ecxema try our Haxol Halve. .We guarantee it. the j    and! boys to organize boys’ clubs and encourage the raising of poultry and wort Individual plots of farm apportion**! by pa    .    _    . rent- hut unfortunately we did not . have the class that had tho “arouse- < VIL. GEOUGE HUNKY HK FCF men!” ill them- As th.* result the PION FFR OF ARDMORE DRAD rural separate capitalists and th** trade unions which now monopolize it. remains to i- Im* se* ti. in them. As the result the I schools have closed I the monthly teachers even without meeting. Very respectfully, I B. M CCU TGH EON AMENDMENTS TO LEAGUE OFFERED Jty ti*** Associated Pres* FARIS, Mn roll 21.—Among the amendments to the League of Nations covenant suggested ut the meeting of neutrals today were several which urged an increase in the number of secondary countries to be admitted to the league’s executive council, reduction of armaments and control of munition manufacturers. (Adv.) Try our 35c meals, fe, 214 West Main. Imperial Ca-2-6-tf Mississippi Japanese seeded rib-hon cane sued. Shipment will arrive in a few flays.— TI C. Jeter, Ada. 3-21-6t Col. George Henry Bruce died at is home at Ardmpre Thurs<iay afternoon at 4:30. lie had been in feeble health fen* sometime aud at his advanced ace it was impossible to recover from his illness. Col. Bruce was a pioneer of Ardmore, having moved there Horn Wills Point, Texas, nearly thirty years ago. He was a prime mover in everything that had as its object the upbuilding of the community. He was for many years city secretary and a member of the board of education. He was a life long member of the Baptist church. Deceased was about 7 8 years of age. He ('migrated from his native state of Vermont lh his youth and settled in Texas. He enlisted in the Confederate army and made a proud record as a soldier, ere always took an active Interest in the Confederate Veterans’ organization and its work.} He a survived by his wif^gnd four children, Mrs. 8, ML Torbett, Ada; Mrs. H. E. Foster, Ardmore; P. C. Bruce, Dallas; and 8t an cly Bruce, Oklahoma City. New Frocks of Spring time for Women Charming new street Dresses and those for smart afternoon wear aud social functions, including beautiful creations of Printed Georgettes, Novelty Crepes. Lustrous Taffetas. Figured Foulards and Pussy Willows. Exquisite conceptions, depicting elegance, simplicity and refinement, are to be seen in our garment section. for These are shown in the most popular colorings Spring. Priced from $15.00 to--------------- $55.00 The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. r Phone 117 ;