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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             gfoa Ctoenmg VOLUME xv. NUMBER 253 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 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 95 Special Clearance Price ___ Clearance Prices on Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Coats. Suits and Dresses. STEVENS-WILSON CO. K.XntKSijKS SYMPATHY TO MUS. ON DKATH OF HKR llXTKKSTATK COMMKUCB COAI-- MISSION TAKKS STAND AGAINST I OWXKKSHIP OF ROADS. I It.V til'1 A.SSlH-lllUHl OYSTER BAV, Jan. Roosevelt during the night received tln> following cablegram from Presi- dent Wilson, dated Moden, Prance, Italian Frontier: "Pray accept my heartfelt sympathy on the death of your distinguished husband, news of which has shocked me very This was one of over 500 telegrams and messages which poured into Hay during night and con- tinued tliis morning. They came from men of all ranks of life. Alexandra, queen mother of Kuglar.d, cabled con- dolences to Mrs. Roosevelt. ll.v lln- ASMirliiti'd I'resK WASHINGTON, Jan. j tiim to government ownership or op- eration of railroads at this time was expressed today hy the Interstate Commerce Commission in a state- ment presented to the senate inter- state commerce committee at the hearing on railway legislation by Commissioner Clark. The statement declares tiiat although 'the commis- sion does not believe government control or ownership best at present it a "reasonable period of readjustment, or preparation" should he allowed before relinquishing con- trol. Commissioner Woolly dissent- ed from the commission's recommen- dation and advocated the adoption of McAdoo's suggestion for un ex- tension of Federal mauage-meul for a period of Ave years. MAIU'HLV; WITH 1SKK1.I.V IS St'KXK OK MOVK IJTTIjK KHiA i KXISTIXG UKIJMAX COVKKXMKXT. LONDON, Jan. 7. General Liul- sheviki advance westward in old Rus- sia and capture of numerous towns is claimed in an official report sent out by wireless by the Soviet govern- ment. In SU-pauova region they claim to have taken II.UUU prisoners and considerable booty. LONDON. Jan, 7.- Tort of Riga. was captured at noon un January 4 by the bosht-viki according to a Rus- sian wireless dispatch received hove today. llv :ln- AfcMifi.itvU 1'ivs.s r.KKLIN, Jan. Spartucus gruup is engaged today in a big dem- onstration against the government. Tens ot thousands of Dr. Leibknichls lollowers have been parading in the L'liter Dell Linden and IJraudeaber- ia-rslrasse and as this dispatch was tiled were returning along the Cuter Den Linden. Vp to the present nu .-huts have been fired. Oklahoma City. Jan. 7. With de- mocratic majorities in both and approximately thirty-six legis- lative days ahead o> it in wliich to! clean up ;i fairly large docket of mi- nor legislation, the Seventh Oklaho-j General Assemhly wilF convene' today. Although no exact nuinhers: of ilays an1 called for ihe present! legislative session, it is estimated that ii will lasi ahuut weeks. I roi.sUlerat ion (Governor-1 Hicct Robertson's good mads pi-eject at present proiuises to he the only major legislative nroposi- tiou to c-uiiie before the Seventh Leg- islature, but next in outside interest is the of of the I'Vileial prohibition anieudmeiit. which v'ill be strongly advocated liy (luvei nor Williams in his linal incs-i sage td Hie assembly tomorrow. Appriiximaiely all of the H'-l mem-' hers nf the new House were in Okla- homa City today and Slate Senators present a! party caucuses today num- bered about forty-live out of the Sen-j ale's membership of fifty. Senate and House Democrat and i Republican-; spent the most uf today] in caucus, at which Ser.ate and House] orgaiiixatkuis were, completed by the Democrats and many of the employ- es named. Tom Waldrep of Shaw- nee is to he speaker of the House; I'aul Nesbit of McAlester. caucus chairman; ,1. 15. Harper of Lellnre. I'lVSS OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 7.-- With a strong democratic majority in boih houses and approximately thirty-six legislative days ahead of it in which to clean up a fairly large docket uf minor legislation, the Sev- enth Oklahoma Legislature conven- ed promptly at noou today. After ratification of the majority caucus selections for various positions, plans were mail" for a joint session this afternoon to canvass results of the recent elections and to hear Gover- i nor William's linal message today. .VOW OX SAI.IO. Ohio Senjit-e Katil'ies. Columbus, Ohio. Jan. 7. The senate today adopted a joint resolution ratifying the national prohibition umoml- ment. Tile resolution now L-O.'S Id tl'.e house. Baby's Dimples We know how to get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio PHOXB ,'M I'AKIS. Jan. 7. President Wil- son, accompanied by .Mrs. Wilson anil Miss Margaret Wilson, arrived hen- at o'clock this morning f: um a visit to Italy. irot't ings From France. The News is in receipt ol a Christ- mas and New Year greet ing card 11 um Sergeant Jordan Lancaster of Ada who is with the 12th engineers :n France. He was among the early arrivals at the I'ronl and htis done part well. Mrs. L Barnett itceivexl word that her son Chism was ill with an attack of influenza. She left this morning for San Angelo, Tex., where Chism is living, the 1'1-o.s OYSTER BAY, Jan. memorial -services for Theodore Roosevelt may be held in New York or Washington some day after the funeral, it was intimated today by speaker pro tern, and Hert C. Hodpes; Captain Archibald Roosevelt in dis- of Oknnilgee, secretary of the caucus, i cussing 'requests that national hon- Ceorgi' T.homas of I'urcell was. se--j ors he accorded the former president lected sergeant-at-ai uis. with Bert -here tomorrow. .Man-'.im of .McAlester and J. C. Kurd] 01 Jackson county, first and second WAK STAMPS I assistants, respectively. H. Y. Black-: I well of Calvin was elected chrphiiu. The caucus passed a resolution -vhich Jan. 7. -Commencinp .would give preference in selecting-January 1st the new series of War i employees to discharged soldiers andiSavings Stamps- Itnown as the 1010 sailors. series were plncdtl on sale, these The House Republicans, in a can-! Stamp.- will mature January 1. cus Monday afteruooa selected A. .1 (I2-I. The salt- of the 191S series j ('raver nf Itarllesville for speaker; ending on Hoc-ember :Usi. and post- RIIJ Harvey of I'erry. caucus chair-I master and agents of the second i man; and T. V.. Deck of (Irani counly j class have received supplies of the .new Stamps and have them for sale. January price of tho new W. S. S. is each, and this price will advance one cent each month. They will be blue instead of green, and are I slightly smaller in than the TIMS New- on which the new as secrelai'y of ihe A committee composed of Harvey. Travel-. Mabon, and lOwiug will confer with Speak, -i- of the Hoilsi' iu the liippointunMit of Repiililiean members 'Of the various st.'iiidini; committees, IThe Republicans will ask that they j In- allowed to employ some of tin- help. Senator I was elected Stamps are to he stuck, have been 'prepared and no Stamps should ugfiie Wall-oils _0f Knidlhe placed in a 101S card. If a 1 1 S chairman of the Senate Savings Certificate has been on- Republican caucus. and Senator K. F. Wood of Olare.more secretary. Repub- licans of both the Senate and House cam-uses adopted resolutions on the death of Theodore Roosevelt, which were sent to the family tonight. A ly partially filled, it. is perfectly valid and each stamp will be redeemed rot J5.00 at maturity. The Treasury Department has plans in progress for continuing tlu campaign for thrift during the year. j joint resolution for adoption by the ;ind tllesc pialls will be made known Cherry Bark Syrup Children like it because it tastes like Rich, Ripe, Red Cherries. The Flavor is fine, the effect is-perfect. When that live blond headed boy gets to coughing- tonight give him some Rexall Cher- ry Bark Cough Syrup. The coughing stops instantly, and little blondy sleeps soundly and sweetly. Try Cherry Bark for the little folks. 30c, 60c, grown ups like it too. Grtin Mays Drug Co. 'entire Legislature upon the death of jMr. Roosevelt will be propo.-ed ;'day. it was said last night The employment committee of the House worked this afternoon and partially completed the list of em- ployes, but said the names would not be announced until the House meets today. The Democratic Senate caucus to- night elected Senator R. L. Davidson of Tulsa president pro tern; C. C. Childers of Enid. Secretary of the Senate, and Eugene Hutchinsou oT" Cordell, sergeant at arms. The Committee on Committees probably wil lhave all committees completed for announcement tomor- row. in due course, In the meantime, the government urges that the people continue to invest as much as they can of their savings in War Savings Stamps. NOTICE WATER Your water bill is due. Service will be discontinued after the 10th inst. and it will positively cost you to have water turned on. P. H. DEAL, Commissioner Public Works. 1-7-St Hy (In- ANsnclatcO 1'irw- WASHINGTON, Jan. wound and Injury cases tabulated la American expeditionary hospitals be- tween January 15 and October 15, 1018, 85 3-10-persons recovered and i'eturric-d to duty, the wur depart- ment announced today. The death percentage iras 8 8-10 per cent. Live in Today. lin today's duty, tight today's li-mp- tlilious, and do.not weaken and dls- trael yourself hy looking forwtird id things which you cnnnnt see, and could not iiiiiltTxtiiiiil If you saw them. Klngsley. Interest. Interosl speaks all sorts of tongues mill plnys nil sorts ol' parts, even ttjp part of the Koehe- MANY BRIGHT S WE A TERS SNUG FOR WINTER WEAR Greatly Reduced A snug, lovely Sweater is an all important Garment in one's ward- robe. On cold days they may be worn under a coat for added warmth, or are convenient for home or office wear in these times. CHILDREN'S BOYS Sweaters --------------------We ?1.25 Sweaters 53.50 l.ADIKS' Sweaters S.r> Sweaters Sweaters ___________.SiT.ao Sweaters (itULS G5c Sweaters--------------------5-1 c ?1 Sweaters_____________8Oc Sweaters_________if 1.98 MBX'S Sweaters ?2.50 Sweaters Ail Sweaters PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, Pft OP. In 19O2 OXK IMiKA i IX COUNTY COl'KT t'P 10 noon no case had gone to trial in county court, but probably one will be taken up this afternoon. Sam Ding-ham was fined on a plea of guilty to a charge of drunk- enness, wb'ich charge was reduced from that of unlawful possession. Tho court ordered some half doz- 1 en bonds forfeited in cases where the 'defendants faild to appear. A number of cases on docket charg- ed various parties with refusal to dip their cattle. Several of these were dismissed where it was shown that the defendants had finally com- plied with the law and paid the costs. Others ere passed over until Janu- ary 27. it Tor TOIL A CLEARANCE WOOL BLANKETS VEKY LOW I'KH'KS SAX MARCO White Only Size 70XSO Blue and Pink Uorders. Former Price Clearance Price _________SS6.75 IjEN'OX. White Only Size 70X80. Pink and Blue Borders. Former Price Clearance SARNIA, Plnid Size 70XoO. Blue, Grey and Tan. Former Price Clearance. Xote flip Difference in These Prices. 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