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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma {Stye Bb a toning VOLUME XVI. . NUMBER 5oADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY GENERAL ll OI AI WINNIPEG ALL LINKS OK LA HOK OUT IN SYMPATHY WITH BUILD-I Xii TRADES. By thr* Aiaoelitrd Pitn WINNIPEG, Man., May 16.—With labor forces in complete control commercial, industrial and municipal Winnipeg was paralyzed this morning by a general strike of 27.-000 persons declared yesterday in sympathy with I he building trade strikes. Telephone operators In all local exchanges joined the general strike today stopping all telephonic communication. Copyright 1919 Hart Sdisffncr fie Mar* This is one of the good waist-seam suits we’re ready to show you; single and double-breastt d models. Six Months from Now Y OU’RE satisfied with whatever clothes you buy at the time you get them, or you wouldn’t buy. If that’s all the satisfaction you want, any clothes will do; they all look good when they’re new. We're trying to five you more ttfan that. You want satisfaction six months from now or a year. That’s why we offer Hart Sohaff-ner £ Marx clothes. TheWre guaranteed to satisfy you absolutely; money huck if they don’t. PKK 'KS $25 “ $50 LIGHT WEIGHT SUMMER SUITS $10 “ $37.50 MEN’S HATS, SHIRTS. SHOES. UNDERWEAR IN WIDE ASSORTMENT AND EXCELLENT VALLES. STEVENS-WILSON CO. AUSTRIANS Will OF OF DIMOUT NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN ITALY AM) JUGOSLAVIA PROPOSED. By flu* Associated Pres* PARIS, May 16.—Negotiations pending for adjustment of the Adriatic controversy contemplate a direct settlement between Italy and Jugo-Slavia through American medial on. By this plan the treaty with Austria would not specify the disposition to be made of Dalmatia, Istria or Plume beyond detaching them from Austria. [ SOON KNOW FATE! II PEACE IM M- MAY SALE IN FULL FORCE This Sale is just as interesting as the first day it started. You will find as many bargains now as the day it started; bo sure and see for yourself. MEN’S AND BOYS’ SUITS All Reduced for This Sale MEN’S SLITS SALE PRICES $11.40, $13.88, $14.25, $16.62, $19.00, $23.24, $26.12, $28.02, $33.25 All This Season’s Merchandise Included READY TER.•IS WILL HE PRESENTATION RY MIDDLE OK NEXT WEEK. EQR TREATY RIND:NG WHEN THREE IN) WEILS I LATI KY AGREEMENT. By th** Aj*Ko<*lat<*d Presa PARIS, May 16.— It is indicated that the peace terms will be ready for presentation to the Austrian delegates about the middle of next week. The council of four discussed yesterday the military, naval and aerial terms of the treaty. Premier Lloyd-Gforge will be absent today to bid good bye to a Welsh regiment leaving France and the council of four will not meet again until Saturday. President Wilson will improve the opportunity to meet a number of persons with whom he has appointments. tty th** AxaoHjttcd Press PARIS. May 16. German peace treaty, it developed today, contains urn    Let hitherto made public which provides that ratification by Germany and three of the principal associated powers will make the treaty effective between the ratifying powers enabling an immediate resumption of trade. As a result of conferences among representatives of the powers continued today the text of the German treaty probably will be made public in installments. It is reported ihat the financial boundaries sections of the document will be released t* rn. ght. BOYS’ SUITS SAI,I-; PRICES $4.75, $6.17, $9.50, $14.25 MEN’S HATS NEW SLOGAN OF MEN MS ll ON THE RHINE ALL STRAW AND FELT HATS ON SALE LA HG E ASSORTM ENT DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROE*. Established In 19011 ADA, OKLA. pat*s Home Rule blea. He was a stalwart son of Erin md with several fighting comrades ibout him lay unconscious In a shell joie from the effects of gas. Pres-*ntly he regained momentary conciousness and asked where he was believing he would soon die and visiting to make his last hours haply ones, his comrades told him he vas back in Courfty Mayo, Ireland. Jat raised up on one elbow, looked iround at the shell-torn ground and hen exclaimed: •Thank God! Home# Rule at ast!” ON TOE RUN I KILA I MANS REPORT SU CX ’ESS. PEASANTS HISE AGAINST THE REDS. Let a Want Ad get it for you. INTRODUCING BABY TO DADDY v —on his return from the trenched, is some occasion. The £ memories should be recorded A in one of our Elegant Photo- v graphs. Phone for an appoint- T ment.    T I J ♦ I Stall’s Studio By the Associated Presa VIENNA, May 16.—Ukrainian re ports indicate that the Bolshevik! are retreating from their advanced western position at Rovno before the ■ army led by General IVtlura and are retiring in considerable disorder owing to lack of transportation. It appears there is a general uprising of Ukrainian peasants against the Bolshevik!, the town of Hornet in the government of Momilev falling into their hands. The army led by Zeleny, another Ukrainian chief, Is operating on both sides of the Dniper river near Miev. PHONE 34 . .p    ■S’ ‘I* *S* 'i"f 4* ’fr *>* *8' 'I1 'I1*t,4' *8* ^ ■I* *aris Green, London Pui-»le, Arsenate of Lead and VII the Other Bug Killers. lestroy the bugs before they detroy your stufT. Paris Green in 0c, 30c, 75c packages; Arsenate of ,ead 75c, lb., 40c 1-2 lb, 20c 1-4 Kreso Dip; Sanax Dip; Gwiti ic lays’ Sanitary .Fluid; Cowease; Swat the Fly”; Hoffstra; Ray Kill-rs; Fly Killers; Chad’s Louse Kill-r; Chicken Louse Killers all kinds. Arder by Mail- Gwin & Mays Drug AT THE PEAY HOUSES LIBERTY. The Fads and Fancies will present one of their very best and most entertaining numbers this evening. The picture program presents Gladys Leslie in the popular Broadway drama, A Stitch in Time. The Recruiting Service, United States Army, is in receipt’ of the following appeal from the men on the Rhine, where it appears that the burk private’s pay will buy most anything: "Gome Across, Boys! Come Anoss! Now is your chance to replace your silver chevron with a gold stripe. We of the Third Division who have served thru the campaigns from the Marne to the Argonne and are now revelling on the Rhine, will welcome you. We would regret deeply leaving this land of bodle and Snow. Nevertheless we do not wish to appear selfish. “We know there are thousands of young men in the States who are rarin’ to come across. We know, because we read of men who wept salty tears when the armistice was signed because they were deprived of doing their bit over here. "We are willing to give them a chance to win that gold stripe. Of course things are a bit slow now. No longer do the G. I. cans blooey around us. Heinie no longer comes across in his bombing machine with the tail-gate wide open. Those little surprise attacks at dawn arc no more. Going over the top to cash in, in front of the boche machine gun nests is but a memory. "Besides the chow has changed. Corn-willie and hardtack are passe. Goldfish is almost unknown. But if you can carry on under these hardships and disadvantages, why —-come across, boys, come across. Still, Rhineland has its advantages. Even after July I Germany has no prospect of going dry - not so long as the Rhine flows, and you can smoke a cigarette here without hiding behind the- barn as if you were committing a deadly sin. "And think of thiB: One dollar good Uf S. is worth five francs. Five francs., are worth ten So a buck private, instead ting 33 dollars per month, 330 marks. "Some money! 330 marks will buy anything in Germany. So come across, boys! Come across! Ifs a great life if you don’t weaken, and win a gold chevron.” CABINET OTTERS fused to accept the resignations, according to a telegram from Peking to the peace conference. The peace conference at Shanghai between rep-tesentaftves of northern and southern China has broken up, the telegram adds. KORTH LANDED UNDER MANDATE KOR GREECE TO AD-M LM ST ER TURK (TTY. WEATHER FORECAST. By the Associated Press    _ PARIS, May 16.—Chinese cabinet Cloudy and somewhat cooler Is has resigned and the president re-1 the weather outlook for Saturday. By th** AMoriated Press PARIS, May 16 An extensive allied naval concentration has been begun at Smyrna in conYtection with the mandate to Greece to administer the city. The United States battleship Arizona anil four United States cruisers have arrived at Smyrna. Greeks (Mensed Over I guiding. ATHENS, May 16. News of the landing of Greek* forces at Smyrna, I | Asia Minor, today was received here with great enthusiasm. A Paris dispatch of Thursday stated that an important port in Asia Minor would soon be the theater of an inter-allied military and naval manifestation in which Greek soldiers. French, British and Italian warships would participate. OUT AND FIGHT FIGHTING BETWEEN SERBS AND CROATIA NS REPORTED KROM AG RAM. marks. of get-receives AMERICAN. Vivian Martin is the star in the Paramount drama, Jane Goes a Wooing. Here is a girl who loves two men at the same time and holds them both until she is ready to choose one of them. She was some schemer and got away with it. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox who have been visiting his parents at Roff and numerous friends in this city left toda yfor a visit with her mother Mrs. R. Y. Kidd of Coalgate, from titers they will go to St. Louis for a visit of several weeks after w’hich they will make their home in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Cox have bee nresidents of Ada for a number of years until about two years ago tfhen they moved away on account of Mr. Cox’s health during which time they have resided in Wichita, Kansas. Mr. Cox’s health is inuc hImproVed. By tin' Associat**! Prest LONDON, May 16.—Serious fighting between Servians and -Crotians at Ag ram, capital of Crotia, is reported in Vienna Dispatches tonight to the Exchange Telegraph Co. Many combatants are said to have been killed. The Golden l**g<ui«l. There are two angels that attend unseen • Each** one of us, and in great books record Our good and evil deeds. He who writes down The good ones, after every action closes His volume and ascends with it to God. The other keeps his dreadful day book open Till sunset that we may repent; which doing The record of the action fades away. And leaves a line of white across the page. Let a Want Ad get it for you. New Arrivals of Lovely Waists The newer arrivals are of Crisp Sheer Organdies and voile. Lace trimmed, embroidered and Ruffled in White and Combinations. You will find it a pleasure to select this new lot. Even if you have "Waists enough” you will want one of these . Priced at $1.00 and $1.98 The Surprise Store .Established 1903 j 15:117 West Main St. Phone lit / ;