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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Ctoenmg VOLUME XV. NUMBER 252 ADA, MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY SALE OF BLANKETS Do you have all the Blankets you need for this cold weather? Here is a wonderful op- portunity to buy them for little money. Blankets worth to Special Clearance Price----- Blankets worth to Special Clearance Price----- Blankets worth to Special Clearance Price----- Blankets, worth to Special Clearance Price---- Clearance Prices on Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses. iiiffl bassador from the United States at SI'KITACTLAH CAKKKK OF ObR STEVENS-WILSON CO. I-'OIIMKK PRESIDENT DKATH DUB TO INFLAM- MATORY HHKUMATISM lly llii- 1'lVMi NEW YORK, Jan. Theo- dore Roosevelt died lit his home in Oyster Bay early today. News of the the funeral of Edward VII of England. f When the war broke out in Europe Roosevelt became a strong advocate of preparedness and was bitterly as- sailed by the pro-German papers of tlie United States. When this coun- try entered the war Roosevelt de- sired to organize a division and lead it against the Germans, but was not allowed to carry out his plan. former President's death was re- ceived by Josephine Strieker, Roosevelt's disappointment at not the Colonel's secretary, in a tele-1 being allowed to go to France with phone message from .Mrs. Roosevelt. an army division was, it may be slat- Miss Strieker said the Colonel had on the authority of an American suffered an attack or inflammatory citizen who was in Berlin about that rheumatism New year's day and had; time, shared by Kmperor Wilhelm of] since been more or less confined to i Germany. To this American the em-j his room. peror is declared to have stated that i Three physicians hail been in at-' funniest thing that he could con- tendance on Col. Roosevelt since he; jure in his imagination was the sight was taken to the Roosevelt, hospital of Theodore Roosevelt wearing a gas j seven weeks ago! Forty-eight liours mask. before Roosevelt's death he had been Denied the privilege of fighting for visited by one of his physicians who his lias. Theodore Roosevelt's inter-1 stated that he found the former pres- est was centerd on his.family's panic- j ident.apparently in good spirits. IHNith I'liexpectetl. The former president came to Sag- aaiore Hill home from Roosevelt hos. ood health and ipation in (Ii war. His four sons and his son-in-law. Dr. Derby, carried out a prediction made by the former president before the United States took up if war came they piial on Christmas day, but a week would enter service. Theodore Jr., be- later was stricken with a severe at- tack of rheumatism and sciatica from which lit1 had been suffering for some time. The rheumatism affect- camo a major and Archibald a cup- tain, "both in France; Quentin enter- ed a French aviation squadron and was killed iu an air battle, and Dr. KRU.MVN IUH.SHKVIK1 Kl.KMKNT ATTKMrTS TO IJOVKRXMKXT. Pv I In1 I'n'i-s AMSTERDAM, Jan. -The Spar- tacus group ir. Germany. Sunday eve- ning made another attempt to seize the reins of government in Berlin and occupied the offices of the Wolff bureau. the semi-official erinan news agency. 1'rivate advices say thu Spartacus group occupied the offi- ces of half a dozen big newspapers, including the socialist Yorwaerts. SET FOR WEDNESDAY OYSTER BAY, N. Y.. Jan. G.- The hour for the Roosevelt funeral was officially announced today as p. m. Wednesday at Christ church t Episcopal) here. Col. Koos- evelt will be buried at Youug's Me- morial cemetery, Oyster _Hay, in a plot selected by the Colonel and his iwife shortly after he left the White i House. ed his right hand and it became much Derby the medical service, also both swollen, but none had any idea death in France. failing to pass was so ueur. a physical examination which would The lormer president sat up most admit, him to the United States army, 'of Sunday and retired at 11 o'clock received :i courmission in the British; last night. About
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