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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®be a Cbenmct  VOLUME XV.  NUMBER 253  ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  SALE OF  BLANKETS  Do you have all the Blankets you need for this cold weather? Here is a wonderful opportunity to buy them for little money.  Blankets worth to $3  Special Clearance Price ..  Blankets worth to $4.50  Special Clearance Price  Blankets worth to $0  Special Clearance Price  Blankets worth to $10  Special Clearance Price ..  $1.95  $2.95  $3.95  $6.95  Clearance Prices on Men s Overcoats, Ladies’ Coats, Suits and Dresses.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  EXPRESSES SYMPATHY TO MUS. INTRUST ATK COMM KUCK CX>M-KOOSKV Kl/T OM OKA TH OF    MISSION TAK KS STANO AGAINST  UKK HUSBAND.    OWN    KUSHI P OF HOADS.  B) the Asteriated Press  OYSTER HAY. Jan. * 7.—Mrs. j Roosevelt during the night received the following cablegram from President Wilson, dated Moden. France, Italian Frontier; "Pray accept my heartfelt sympathy on the death of your distinguished husband, news of which has shocked me very much."  This was tine of over 500 telegrams and messages which poured into Clypei Hay during the night and continued this morning. They came from nu n til all ranks of life. Alexandra, queen mother or England, cabled condolences to Mrs. Roosevelt.  BEGINS SESSION TODAY  By til** Associated Press  WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. Opposition to government ownership or operation of railroads at this time was expressed today by the Interstate Commerce Commission in a statement presented to the senate interstate commerce committee at the hearing on railway legislation by Commissioner Clark. The statement declares that although the commission does not believe government control or ownership hest at present it believes a "reasonable period of readjustment or preparation” should be allowed before relinquishing control. Commissioner Woolly dissented from the commission’s recommendation and advocated the adoption of McAdoo’s suggestion for ail extension of Federal management for a pi‘riod of five years.  EEGISLATURE GEIS  MANY BRIGHT  SWEATERS  SNUG FOR  WINTER WEAR  Greatly Reduced  A snug, lovely Sweater is an all important Garment in one’s wardrobe. 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  MA lit'ULM. \Y KST WA Kl* WITH IJ TTEK OPPOSITION. RIGA CAPTURED.  HERLIN IS St ENE OF MOVE AGA I NST EXISTING GERMAN GOVERNMENT.  LONDON, Jan. 7. General Bolshevik! advance westward in old Russia and capture of numerous towns is claimed in an official report sent out by wireless by the Soviet government. In Stepanova region they claim to have taken 3.000 prisoners and considerable booty.  LONDON, Jan. 7.—Port of Riga was captured at noon on January 4 by the bosheviki according to a Russian wireless dispatch received here today.  By She Associated Press  BERLIN, Jan. 7. The Spartacus group is engaged today in a big demonstration against the government. Tens of thousands of Dr. Leibknichts followers have been parading in the I liter Den Lmdeu and Brandenber-gerstrasse and as this dispatch was tiled were returning along the Cuter Den Linden. Up to the present no shots have been fired.  Oklahoma City, Jan. 7. With democratic majorities in both houses and approximately thirty-six legislative days ahead of it in which to clean up a fairly large docket of minor legislation, the Seventh Oklahoma General Assembly will* convene today. Although no exact numbers of days are called for the legislative session, it is that it will last about six  rile consideration ot Governor-Elect Robertson's $30,000,000 good roads project at present promises to  la* the on Iv major legislative proposi-  1      *^ v   Don to come before the Seventh Leg-  1 at, ‘ ,cat,on  jointure, but next in outside interest ^ the question of ratification of the I Fedetal prohibition amendment, which 111 be strongly advocated by Governor Williams in his final message to the assembly tomorrow.  Approximate!} all of the lot members of the new House were in Okla- ■  |boma City today and State Senators! pi est* ii { a t pai tv caucuses today nu in-I I herod about forty-five out of the Senate’s membership of fifty.  Semite and House Democrats and Republicans spent the most of today I in caucus, at which Senate and House organisations wer«\ completed by the Democrats and many of the employes named. Tom Waldrep of Shawanee is to tie speaker of the House;  Haul Nesbit of McAlester, chairman; J. H. Harper of speaker pro tem. and Bert C. of Okmulgee, secretary of th*  (George Thomas of Purcell  IO  IU Du* Atocia ted I’russ  OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 7. -With a strong democratic majority present j in both houses arni approximately Miniated j thirty-six legislative days ahead of *    it in which to clean up a fairly large  docket of minor legislation, the Seventh Oklahoma Legislature convened promptly at noon today. After of the majority caucus selections for various positions, plans were made for a joint session this {afternoon to canvass results of the recent elections and to hear Governor William’s final message todav.  IAI  BOYS  $ I    Sweaters____________8<k*  $1.25 Sweaters________*1.00  $2.25 Sweaters   *1.80  $3    Sweaters __________*2.40  $3.50 Sweaters________$2.80  LADIES’  $4    Sweaters __________*:L2o  $5    Sweaters _______________*4  $7.50 Sweaters__________*0  $9    Sweaters ___________*7.20  $12.50 Sweaters________$10  GIRLS  65c Sweaters____________54c  $1 Sweaters____________80c  $1.50 Sweaters________*l.2o  $2.48 Sweaters________$1.98  $5 Sweaters______________*4  MEN’S  $1.25 Sweaters__________$1  $1.50 Sweaters________*1.20  $2.50 Sweaters __________*2  $5 Sweaters_____________*4  $12 Sweaters__________*9.tit)  All Sweaters Unlined.  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW. PROP.  tStablkshed in 1902  AOA. OKLA.  ONE PLEA OF GUILTY  IN COUNTY COURT  caucus Leflore. Hodges caucus. was. se—  ♦ Ohio Senate Ratifies. ♦  ♦ Columbus, Ohio. Jan. 7.    *  ♦ The senate today adopted a +  ♦ joint resolution ratifying the 4* + national prohibition amend- 4*  ♦ ment. The resolution now iroes + 4" to the house.    4*  WILSON AND PARTY RETURN ID PARIS  Baby’s Dimples  We know how to get ’em. Phone for appointment.  Stall's Studio  PHONE at  PARIS, Jan. 7. President Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson and Miss Margaret Wilson, arrived here at 10:10 o’clock this morning from a visit to Italy.  Greeting*. Emm France.  The News is in receipt of a Christmas and New Year greeting card from Sergeant Jordan Lancaster of j Ada who is with the 12th engineers I in France. He was among the early arrivals at the front and has done  !  his part well.  Mrs. L. Harnett leceived word ; that her son Chism was ill with an attack of influenza. She left this morning for San Angelo, Tex., where I Chism is living.  i looted sergeant-at-arms, with Hert Marcum of McAlester and J. C. Ford (of Jackson county, first and second assistants, respectively. R. Y. Blackwell Of Calvin was elected chaplain. I he caucus passed a resolution which »would give preference in selecting employees to discharged soldiers and I sailors.  j The House Republicans, in a caucus Monday afternoon selected A. E. ('laver cd Bartlesville for speaker; Roy Harvey of Perry, caucus chair-, man; and T E Heck of Grant county as secretarv of the caucus.  A committee composed or Repre sentatives Harvey, Craver, Mabon, \ anglian and Ewing will confer with Speaker Waldrep of the House in th** appointment of Republican members of the various standing committees. The Republicans will ask that they be allowed to employ some of the help.   1  Senator Eugene Wat roils pf Enid  IG th** Asmi*-lated Presa  OYSTER BAY, Jan. 7. National memorial services for Theodore Roosevelt may be held in New' York or Washington some day after the funeral, it was intimated today by Captain Archibald Roosevelt in discussing requests that national honors he accorded the former president here tomorrow.  NKW WAR STAMPS  Up to noon today no case had gone to trial in county court, but probably one will be tdken up this afternoon.  Sam Hingham was fined $15 on a plea of guilty to a charge of drunk- Others ere passed over until Janu enness, which charge was reduced from that of unlawful possession.  The court ordered some half doz  en bonds forfeited in cases w'here the defendants faild to appear.  A number of cases on docket charg-i ed various parties with refusal to dip their cattle. Several of these were dismissed where it was shown that the defendants had finally complied with the law and paid the costs.  ary 27  *    »    Wan*    Ac    get    it    for    yon.  NOW ON SAUK.  MI SKOK ll. Jan. 7. Commencing January 1st the new series of War Savings Stamps known as the 1919 series were placed on sale. these Stamps will mature January I, *92 1. The sale of the 1918 series ending on December 31st. and postmaster and agents of the second class ha\e received supplies of the new Stamps and have them for sale. The January price of the new W. S. j S. is $4.12 each, and this price will advance one cent each month. They will be blue instead of green, and are slightly smaller in size than the 1918 j series.  New cards, on which tlit* new Stamps are to be stuck, have been prepared and no 1919 Stamps should be placed in  .    ,     w     -    ----- ... a 1918 card, lf a 1918  was elected chairman of the Senate War Saving* Certificate has been on-Repiiblican caucus and Senator B. K. I ly partially filled, it is perfectly valid ooi of ( laremore secretary. Repub- and each stamp w ill be redeemed for Leans of both the Senate and House $5.00 at maturity.  < am usos adopted resolutions on the The Treasury Department has ‘  ,a 1  " T heodore Roosevelt, which plans in progress for continuing tlu wo!.* sent to the family tonight. A .campaign for thrift during the year, join lesolution for adoption by the and these plans will be made known im ir»* Legislature upon tile death of I j n  due course. In the meantime, the  to-  Cherry Bark Cou^h 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 Cherry Bark Cough Syrup. The coughing stops instantly, and little blondy sleeps soundly and sweetly. Try Cherry Bark for the little folks. 30c, 60c, $1—and grown ups like it too.  Gwin &- Mays Drug Go.  Mr. Roosevelt will be proposed day, it was said last night  The employment committee of the! House worked this afternoon and i partially completed the list of em-1 ployes, but said the names would I not be announced until the House meets today.  The Democratic Senate caucus to-1 night elected Senator R. L. Davidson I of Tulsa president pro tem; C. C. Childers of Enid. Secretary of the Senate, and Eugene Hutchinson of Cordell, sergeant at arms. ,  The Committee on Committees probably wil lhave all committees completed for announcement tomorrow'.  government urges that the people continue to invest as much as they can of their savings in War Savings Stamps.  NOTICE WAIER  Your will be  FINE RECORD OE  water bill is due. Service discontinued after the 10th inst, and it will positively cost you ,11.00 to have water turned on.  P. H. DEAL. Commissioner Public Works.  1-7-3t  By the Annodated Press  WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. Of 71,114 wound and injury cases tabulated In American expeditionary hospitals between January 15 and October 15. 1918, 85 3-10 persons recovered and Returned to duty, the war department announced today. The death percentage was 8 8-10 per cent.  Live in Today.  I*4» t(Kitty’s duty, fight today's temptation*, and do not weaken and ills-tract yourself by looking forward to tilings which y 4 it! cannot sci*, and could not understand lf you saw them. -—Charles Kingsley.  Interest.  Interest speaks all S4irfs of tongues nm! plays all sorts of parts, even tt^ part of the disinterested.—I*a Roche-  tnauld.  A CLEARANCE  —OF—  WOOL BLANKETS  —AT—  VERY IA>\\ PRICKS  •  SAN MARCX) White Only Size 70X80 Blue and Pink Borders. Former Price $10. Clearance Price ___________*6.75  LENOX. White Only Size 70X80. Pink and Blue Borders. Former Price  $12.50. Clearance Price _______*8.75  SARNIA. * Plaid Size 70X80. Blue, Grey and Tan. Former Price $12.50. Clearance Price_______________*8.75  Note the Difference iii These Prices.  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.  Phone 111    ;■   

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