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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 254 ADA, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1919. Clearance of Ladies' Fall and Winter TWO CENTS THE COPY Kvery Dress in our stock, in- cluding Serges, Satins, Taffe- tas and Georgette, reduced for early clearance. LADIES' PRKSSKS Special Clearance 1'rice L-UHUS' DKESSKS Special LAD1KS' DKKSSES Special Clearani-e I'riee _____ LADIES' UKKSSES Special Clearance. Price ____ EXTRA SPECIAL One Lot Ladies' Silk and Serge Dresses Clearance Pi-ice S5 Special Reduced Prices mi Ladies' Coats, Suits, Skirts, Waists and Furs. STEVENS-WILSON CO. COMHTIOXS AT BK11L1N UNSET- UOVKlUiMKNT HOLDS UPPER HAND. Hy UK- Associated Tress LONDON, Jan. hun- dred persons have been' killed In Berlin street fighting according to the Copenhagen dispatch to roe Ex- change TelegrapU Co.. hut UP to 2 o'clock this..morning no details of i conditions there had been received, i Thi; government seems at least pro- i visionally to be master of the situa- lion. Early Tuesday morning the Ber- lin government moved troops outside the city. These are ready to enter ac- cording to the Exchange. Telegraph dispatch. Kield Marshal Von Hind- enburg is expected to have arrived at Berlin. Dislocation of telegraph ser- vice -li-as prevented anything more I than meager dispatches from getting i to tin- outside world- Attack Expected. 11KHL1N. Tuesday. Jan. 7, A. M. -At the present hour Sparta- forces are being mashed at sever- al places where and armor- ed cars have been concentrated. Gov- ernment forces are awaiting attack. KIMPI.il-; CHKKMOMKS MARK NAL SCKNKS AT CHit 1ST rHUKCH AX1> GRAVK. Hy llti- Assm-liUcd I'rt'SK OYSTER BAY, X. Y.. Jan. The body of former President Theo- dore Roosevelt was laid to rest to- day. H was committed to the ground at p. m. in the family cemetery plot overlooking Long Island Sound. The body was carried into Christ Episcopal churuch shortly before one o'clock and the simple services were immediately begun. Mrs. Roosevelt did not accompany the body to the church nor to the burial ground but bade her last farewell to her com- panion at Sagamore Hill in the liv- ing room of the Roosevelt mansion. I This morning's snowstorm had given [way to a brilliant sunshine as the i automobile cortege started from Sag- lamnre Hill to Christ church. Thousands of people viewed the procession with bared heads. The home service lasted hardly 'more than fifteen minutes, while the rlt- i mri before the altar was completed I within twenty minutes after the cas- ket was brought into the edifice. Simplicity was followed throughout, even to omission of the customary organ music while the Episcopal fun- eral service was being read. ..The j former president's body was carried the hearse by household servants. After the short comniital service the body was committed to the al- ready lined with concrete. I.KAJDKHS WORKING 01 f KKPORT SAYS VXDKK FINAL DOTAILS FOR PKAOK ARRKST. RK1GN OK TKRROR SESSIONS. CONTINUES. OKLAHOMA I'lTY. Jan. S.- Smashim. all for qnK'k ar- tidii. liolh !n nnchi's nf the Oklahoma li-ui-lar.ire ratified the pro- amend iiirn! to fedt-ial constirition in th-- tirst Ihn-c hours tin :im day's session nf Hi'1 Sev- c-nili o-nrral assembly. Ilrisiht and early this mornini; thO re.-ollltion receive 111.' approval of Governor Williams and Oklahoma, pioneer the realm of prohibition, will take her plaee as eighteenth in Ihi- list of stsites which have voted doom to the "demon rum." Karlier in the day the Ohio seniMy ratified the amendment. he- ing Ihr- seventeenth state to act. Thi-r. came Oklahnma and then Colorado, as tlie nineteenth. I'.y til.- Ai-Mii-hiti-d I'r.'ss 'WASHINGTON. Jan. transport. President Grant, battle-1 ships Montana and South Dakota; and the hospital ship Comfort have sailed from France for New York I with 2S4 officers and 7.419 men. j Morn Troops Arrive. t Newport News, Jan. bat-; tleships Georgia and Kansas, bring-; ing home from France troops arrived here today. MANY BRIGHT SNUG FOR NTER 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 lor home or office wear in these times. CHILDREN'S BOYS GIRLS 1 3 w Oil tors ,.54c 1 9 1 3> 1 O t> tttLtFti Sweaters ________ Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters __________ _________ Sweaters 57.50 Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters All Sweaters lieiluced. S.ti.SHXW, PROP. In 19O3 ADA.OKLA. Bv Ibc Associitlt-il Press PARIS. Jan. S.--Informal confer- ences with entente .statesmen which will lay the real ground work for the peace congress will begin Thurs- daj. These conferences will probably be President Wilson's only official activity prior to the beginning of the peace As the conference approaches it may be said that plans for a league of nations, freedom of the seas and disarmament are very indefinite. The coming conference will, among other things, probably decide the date of ithe (ipftiins; of formal peace sessions and the extent to which they will be open to tin- public. Let us recover yinir auto tup. II will he b.-n.-r than .-vt-r. Ada Auto Top Works. 1-7-Gt Baby's Dimples We know how io get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio PHONE 31 I'.y I hi- 1'1'ess COPENHAGEN. Jan. Lenine. Bolshevik! premier of Rus- sia, has been arrested at command of Leon Trotsky, minister of war and marine, who has made himself dicta- tor, according to a Moscow dispatcn to the (.'lOthenburg (Sweden) Ga- zette. Trotsky, according to the dispatch was prompted to make the arrest bc- cause of a difference of opinion with Lenine concerning Bolshevik reforms Lenine desired 'to effect a coalition with i he Mensheviki or moderates, whik' Trotsky wished to continue this 1 reign o: terror. AMATKU! WIRKLKSS I'KKSKXTS ritOKLKM. III.- I'lvs.: ST. LOT IS, Mo.. Jan. S. Two thousand youths o: si. Louis are anxious to know what i lie govern- ment will do about amateur win-less stations and for thi.- reason hav.- bi-ought the iim-stion t" thus.- in au- thority. When (tie Unit.-i! States declared war on Gei-many amateur wireless .stations were put out uf hu.siness. A hill now before congress would place 'all wireless stations under federal control. Those interested in amateur stations point out thai the gov- i ernHit-in obtained several thousand operators lor wireless among these amateurs. They assert also that bur- ring amateur stations would curtail experiments and inventions._______' NOTICE WILL DEVELOP OIL FIELD AT STEEDM1 ST1UKK IS PKOOliAJLMFJP IX BEHLIN PARIS, Jan. Agency) During the lighting between tne Spartacans and the government sup- porters in Berlin on Monday, accord- ing to dispatches received here, the Spartacans entere d-the Chancellor's palace, from which they opened fire on the building of the Vorwuerts. Kii'lihorn. the Spartcan police chief is reported to be fortified in the castle. j Serious fighting occurred in Wil- helmstrass and a large number Spartacans are reported to have been I killed. The independent Socialists have joined the Spartacans and proclaimed J a general strike in Berlin. The ma- jority Socialists and Democrats are supporting the government. Your wilier bill is due. will he disroiitinueii after the 10th inst, and it will positively cost yon ?1 (in In have water turned on. P. H. DHAI.. I'onii.iissioniT Public Works. R. P. Ford has purchased lease- ;im[ two wells on the Nannie Ford al-I lotment at Steedman from Gathing Moffitt and also the rig already on I the ground and expects to begin drill- 1 ing as soon as possible, i The two wells on the lease were j drilled a year or two ago and oil was found'iit about 500 feet but the IIUITISII HKAT GKRMAXS i quantity has never been ascertain- IN AIR RAID led. Mr. Ford expects to find out Tiy HIT ii I'n---: 'just what there is in the field, which LONDON, Jan. S. British air bwing on the railroad would be easy raids upon German towns ami mill-1 to handle. He thinks it will last twolve thai tin nearly live man. 'lury objectives during tli 1 months of the war wen 'limes as iuimeniii.< as the total mini-' 'her of air raids made- by Germany Great liritain during more than :'mir years of war. This comparison shown In- official figures which dis- prove to Sleed- WILLIAMS SDMtS NAM US TO KOR rOXFIRMATIOX. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. S. -Gov- i close'that "from October, until ernor Williams said tonight I hat he the signing of the armistice the had sent the names of Dr. F. U. itrit.ish Roval Air Force made of Mnskogee and .1. 0. Rails of Atolta as members of the state Board of Education, and of J. A. Roach of dropped on these raids. .v.nkn. J. J. Savage of Mollis and C. 'L Kdmondsoii of Chandler as mem- ber-! of the State Hoard of Agricul- ture, to the Senate. This was one of the last things he did this evening. These are appointments reqiuring senatorial action. The Senate will have until Jan. IS to act upon them. Governor Williams said that so far as he is concerned he is takins bombing raids over -'.lei-man territo- ry. In all. more than fid) Ions of bombs were The base of the Royal Air Force 'was lit Nancy. The average distance 'covered by each squadron on a raid varied froiu 120 to JtiO miles. Under favorable conditions llights 200 'miles and more were made on many raids. Cherry Bark Coujjh 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 Go. AKMKS' I-TXKRAL KKIDAY APTKIINOO.V. The fuueral services of Mrs. W. W. as part in a controversy said to exist and that in sending the names to the Senate he is doing only his duty un- der the constitution and law. FILM KXPIjOSION KILLS TEN PERSONS D. Akers, whose body was brought from Fort Reno Tuesday, will he held at the First Baptist church Fri- day afternoon :it Rev. R. E. L. Ford officiating. Interment at Rose-; date cemetery. i The funeral was postponed until. Ity ih- Assm-lntni i rcss the time named pending the arrival! PITTSBURG, Penn., Jan. of Lieut Homer Akers son of deceas-1 persons are dead and a score of otn- ers injured as a result of a spectacu- ____.____.......------------ lar fire and explosion in tne Film Ex- change building here late yesterday. MII.I.I M" TON' WAMAGK SWT DamnKe is valued at. On a compromise with the Frisco railroad W'rs. Zlmia Middleton Of SI-AATI, Franci srecoives from the1 WIMJAMS AS JTJDGfc road for the death of her husband, WASHINGTON, Jan 7.-The sen- who was killed ia an accident while ate today confirmed the nomination In the employ of the company several of Former Governor Robert L. Wilr months ago. Hams to be judge of the United States court for the eastern district of Oklahoma. Prayer Service Culled Off. Owing to the Illness of the pastor, Rev. G. W. Beck, the mid-week pray- er service at the Presbyterian church has been called oft for this evening. STOMCWALL AND ADA i WILL PLAY i The girls of Stonewall and Ada i high schools will play a match game 'of basketball at Ada Friday evening, This will be ono of the Public Installation. The Kastcrn Star will hold a pub-; at iiua win uo 
                            

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