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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XV. NUMBER 251 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY] Everybody Should Have Good Shoes for this Kind of Weather We can fit you cor- rectly in the right kind of Shoes. MEN Good Styles from Ed- win Clapp, Howard Foster, Beacon and Other Good Makers at S4 to WOMEN The finest of Kid Boots, in Brown, Gray and Black, from Selb'y and Sorosis. to Good Shoes for Boys, for Girls and for the very little feet. S1.50 to S5 Men's Good Heavy to stand hard use and rough weather Special Sale This Week on Blanket? and Men's Overcoats. See Our Windows. STEVENS-WILSON CO. iINVADUltS BOMBARD LBMIIERCi, CHIEF CITY OF GAUOIA, REPORT SAYS, HOOVER OUTLINES PICA'S FOR JtOUIilNU -VXD MURDERING PEAS- G HHNKJUV POFULA- ANTS IN ADVANCE TOWARDS TIOX OF KVBOPE. WEST. IV I In- AssiH'lutrd 1'ivsn COPENHAGEN, Jan. fighting has occurred during the last few days around Lemberg. where Ukrainian troops progressing and bombarding the city, according to Vienna dispatches to the Pojitiken. The electrical works at bejnburB'hftve beeu destroyed and considerable oth- er damage done. I KOMK PAYS AMERICAN PBESI- HUIHRST HONOR IN GIFT OK CITY. By iIn- Assocliititl Press PARIS, Jan. C. Hoov- er, newly appointed director of allied food relief work in newly liberated neutral and enemy territories in Eu- rope, told the Associated Press today that German ships totaling nearly 3.- tons will be used to carry food- to Europe and that German pas- senger boats will be utilized to carry Americans home. Liberated territor- I ics will be fed first according to i Hoover. Food to the amount of many millions of dollars must be imported I into Europe to provide for the needs or the people between now and Ju'.y 1. The problem of financing the .pro- ject is now being considered by the president, Hoover said. In discussing the food situation in Germany Hoover said the United States 1ms thirty-eight officers trav- eling through the country making an investigation and their reports not complete enough for a definite state- ment. In any event, lie Indicated that. GiT.nany will be fed last. 1 I1.V tljo Asii.odalcil Press WARSAW, Jan. forces are reported in the outskirts I of Vllna anil towns on the railway I between Minsk and Brest-Litpiwk, said to have been occupied- by them, i The bolshevik! are repo'rte'd to be burning buildings and robbing and murdering peasants as they advance. Throngs of refugees are arriving i here. ROME. Friday, President u citlxt'ii of Rome to- night. Tho ceremony look place in tho historic c'upitol designed by Mich- ael Angeio and redolent with sug- gestions of ancient and medieval Koine. Assisting in the service were King Victor Emmanuel, Queen Hel- ena, Italian cabinet members, diplo- matic corps members, including Am- bassador and Mrs. Page, and munici- pal and military authorities. At, the conclusion m (lie ceremony Presi- dent addressed the assembled dignitaries, thanking Italy tor his cordial reception and honors confer- red. THE SEAIHS III ORDER. OF BUSJXESS OF OOMJNO CO-VFBRENOE AXNOUNCBD TO PUBLIC. i XVII.SO.V ASKS FOR 1 FAMIXH RKLIEF IX Kf- i KOPK. WASHINGTON, Jan. -I. Congress was asked today by President Wilson in a message transmitted through the I state department to appropriate for relief of famine i sufferers in Europe. It is understood that the money is wanted shiefly to send food into sections of Western Russia, Poland and Austria-Hungary. PARIS. Jan. peace conference, according to the Petit Puisian, will proceed as fallows: First, a conference of the four great powers. Second, representatives of Belgium and Serbia to be admitted for study of the general situation. Third, admission oi the other allies for conference on the problems in i which they areinterested. Fourth, presentation of conditions success- ively to Germany, Turkey, German Austria, Bulgaria and Hungary, and signing of peace preliminaries. Fifth, ii general conference concerniiig the questions of a league of nations, freedom of the seas, limitation of I armaments, and related topics. j AT THE PLAf Xottco. j The partnership formerly existing. between C. W. Floyd r.nd O. J. David- has been dissolved, the firm of rfmridson Floyd having disposed of grocery business. C. W. FLOYD. 1-2-St 0. J. DAVIDSON. Cash Wood YnrO. Wood and coal on cjuick delivery. North Tiroadwny. 12-4-tf Baby's Dimples We know how to get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio PHOXB LAP VOTERS OF ADA Commissioner i'. II. lu-al is anxious for the ladies to have the opportun- ity oi cnsting their first vote at the coming bond election and has writ- ten the following letter to J. A. Cowl- ing, county registrar: "Dear Sir: will have an rlec-'ion lu this city fin the in-T tu vote on a bond issue. "We are tl.at the ladies have an opportunity to vote and kind- ly ask that you take the necessary steps to have the books upened for registration in lime for them tn niial- n'y for this election. "Kindly advise me at your earliest convenience as to what action you will take in tills matter." Ruby Ruby May Jumper, 15-year-old daughter of P. W. Jumper and wife, died at their home two miles south of Stonewall last Saturday morning after an illness of only a few days. They iiad recently moved here from Clarksvllle, Ark., hiving pur- chased the Jack Anderson farm, where they now reside, J Funeral services were conducted I by Rev. C. li. Holland and interment was at Stonewall cemetery. .Tim Hensler. Jiiu Hensler, well known farmer and Rir. man. (lied at home of Sol j .Moss, north of Stout-wall. Wednesday night at 11 o'clock, after a short siege of influenza. Deceased was about years old, and moved to Stonewall from Allen i several years ago. During his resi- deuce here ho had formed a large cir- i i-le of friends who will regret to learn 1 of liis untimely death. Siidlc Muss. Moss. year old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Sol Moss, tiled at their home north of Stonewall. Wed- nesday morning, after a two days ill- ness of influenza. She was a pupil in I be Siunewall public schools, and attended school Monday, when slip seemed ID be in i tlie best of health.- Stonewall News. WiLSOH CALLS ON E NEW FOOTWEAR NOW IN DEMAND As usual, we have a stock sufficient to meet all de- mands. "Footwear of Quality." WOMEN'S SHOES Jn Brown, Gray, Field Mouge and Black, these are in most demand at popular prices. to With- each pair of Girl we will give this .weefc a Baby Roll Free. With each pair of Bpys' Shoes we will give this week a Bag of Marvels Free. MEW'S SHOES Here you will find the most durable Shoes on the market today for Dress or for hard work. THE NETTLETON SHOE FOR MEN This Store is Headquarters for Net- tleton Shoes for Men. Shoes From to 77 S.M.SHAW, PROP. in IMMt I. T AJUOHICAN .Mary Miles Minter is presented in; rtir i. i_ i t the pltiy, Mary Climbs the Heights.1 1 _, j Ml' ,V S ev ng nn Kes a story complete In every Huve Your Pictures Framed. The latest in molding and pic- Cummins, Un- dertakers, 203 East Main. Phone C92. 12-11-tf .i... Ml ICU 1 1C33 ROME, Jan. 4. President Wilson today was received at the Vatican by chamber t otho pope, who awaited the president in the throne room where ,_. v The Lure of tie Circus Is a splett- j two Rllded chairs had been laccd did stn.-U, the flrst episode of which j The presldent was immedi- will be presented this evening. noted star, Eddie Polo, is featured. Get an even stari. and keep up with! Howell OKLAHOMA SI "Get TiigKed" Sunday at the First Methodist church. The minister in his message will deal with the crying call of tho world for the gospel of the Son of God. It of Partnership. The partnership between B. F. Jones and Homer Howard in the drayage business has been dissolved, the undersigned succeeding to the business of the firm. 12-31-tf B. F. JONES. Where Are Yon Gqfclg? To Blankenship un- dertakers, to have my pictures fram- ed. 12-11-t! this wonderful storv. Alice appears in the two reel Comedv, Un- i tamed Ladies. The Screen Magazine i will also ho presented. To Cuinei1 til' Twelfth and Townsend, where 1 am better prepared than ever tu sei ve you with Huick cars and Oil A NT IK WIN. Phone No. ADA IN The
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