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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 256 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Shoe Bargains for Ten Days SO 1'airs IJrown Ololh Top Boots------------------------------------ 15 fairs 'Brown Kill Top I'.oots____________________.....-- 15 I'.Hirs Gray Cloth Top Boots__________________________ Vnirs liutton High Top Louis Heel Roots------------------------------------ HO 1'atont Leather Hoots 10 Pairs Champagne Boots________________________ 20 1'airs Gray Low Hcol Shoos rail's IMaok Low Heel One Lot Good Shoos -______________ Men's Dross Shoes ____.....- The BOOTERIE KKKIIT NOW HAS SITUATION tt'Kl.l, IN HAND. UUIiULS 1.OSK HKAVI1YV. MATTKKS IX SHAPK FOK IJKGI.N- XIXO PKKIXITK WOKK HY I'KACK PKLKOATRS. ('OM.MITTKK OF 'INVESTIGATION SUBMITS TRIBUNALS. Tablets Recommended by us for in the head, tog-ether with headache and fever associated with colds in Guaranteed. Musterole, Yick's Valve, Mentholatum. IRON VIM AFTER "FLU" TONIC. Bring Us Your Prescriptions to be Properly Prepared and People Protected. Grtin Mays Drug Co. H.v tin- AssodutuJ I'l'taa BERLIN, Jan. p. m.) forces are In plt'to control of the section of (lie in- ner city between the 'Brandenburg Kate nncl Friederirhstraase and has issued an order prohibiting all pro- cessions. The Sparlaoans apparently have lost, hope. Thoy Tailed to summon a mass meeting of tlieir supporters to- day anil the streets are almost de- serted. (Jovorium'iit Triunipli.s, rARlS, Jan. 10.......The latest news here from Cernu-.tiy, although frag- mentary and sometimes contradicto- ry, indicates that the Kbert govern- ment lias won a victory over the Spartacan.i, owing to the sudden im- petus Kiven the government's cause by the support of the loyal element o fthe army. In the sanguinary lighting of the last five days the Spartacans are reported to have sin'- I'ereil very heavy losses. Spai'liii-ans Mold I'nlii'i- Headiiuarters ISKKLIN. Jan. 10. -ir was given 'out from official sources thin after-, noon that gmvrnment forces had rap- lured police headquarters !rom the Spartacans. H was learned this eve- ning, however, that police headquar-- ters are still retained by the Spai la- cans. Itv tlio Awwlnicrt I'ri'ss 'PARIS. Jan. nearly I liy tlu: IM-eaa LONDON. Jan. against the former German emperor month of waiting and preparation. are 'advised in the report of a sub- conversations which will lay the committee of the commission charg- foundatlon of the actual peace con- wlUl investigating Violations of Kress are about to start. Amerlcin the laws ot wal. appointed two delegates feel that a good 'deal ol niontb.s ago. Plans for" tribunals progress might have been made be- which WJH try cases in which viola- fore now if a full representation of tions or war laws are have the alUe dilations had arrived, us already been submitted. many of the principal questions to be ___________________ discussed concern most intimately the United Slates. Great Britain. TK.VNKSSKK LAWMAKERS and France. There is Some hope of KAT1KY I'ltOHIIilTlO.X. making headway while awaiting ar.-i NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. nouiictment of the full Italian lower house ol' the Tennessee gallon ami-arrival of Japanese la today ratified the national si'iitatives. The Belgians will arrive prohibition amendment by a vote ol' next week but they hold tile status of to 6. The senate planned to take minor belligerents. It is settled thai the measure np lute today. when Tdesiilt'iit. Wilson reaches! America next month he will address congress and give a report on what i has bee naccomplishcd. There is lit--, tie hope however, that the presi- dent's report can be anything more than an outline CLASH.: OK TIJOOPS AND STIUK- KESULTS IN 2OO CASUALTIES. thf AsisorlnL-d Tress BUENOS AIRES, Jan. A gen- eral strike was declared throughout the Argentine Republic at midnight last night. 20O r-asualttes In Clash. BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 10. Re- ports earlier tonight show more than 200 casualties resulting from disorders incident to the general strike. The most serious fighting oc- curved at the Varsena iron where troops and strikers clashed. The battle was continuing at nine o'clock last night, A meeting of the Chamber of Com- merce will be held at the city hall Monday evening at The pur- Pose of the meeting is to discuss the matter of securing from compresses shcda for the storage of cotton in wh.ere a storage fee is- charged, cotton tha-t is oth- damaged. The entire citizen- llrsed to attend this meeting, PLAIT IK WASHINGTON. Jan. 10.- A tern-' porai-y naval force of enlist-; ed men for the beginnins: next July was decided on today by tlH'> naval sub-committee of the, house ni beginning Ihe work of framing the I naval appropriation bill. This force is Sfi.OtHl less than was recommended: In- Secretary Daniels. umiv Tll'T" I. riumiry "ilhin to lu> iiiln plunatii'ii of ni'.r George i I uniuapliefl i nulil liavt'i in an ex-1 The sincliholdcrs of the American Glass I'a.-.kei (.'ompany at a recent, mi't-ling elected the following as di- rectors: li. 11. I'rick, J. W. Drown. C. J. DeCamp. .1. U'estbrook. J. R McKeel anil J. P. The offici'is are D. H. Krick. president; J. W. Brown, vice C. V. Gowing, ireasnivr. and J, V. .MeKoel, counsel., From this list it can be syen that this company is entirely under the control of local men. The affairs Of the company were found lo be in a good condition, and satisfactory pro- gress has been made. 0. V. (lowing offered his resigna- tion as general manager in order to accept a Haltering offer with another. glass plant. The directors decided he was entirely too valuable a man to let go. and did what was necessary, lu hold him. Mr. lowing did not; contemplate leaving Ada. however. The four-foot mould has now ar-; rived and several caskets of this size have been made. THE CHEERFUL CflERVB I round doil'tr to-cfay m my last winters Now if I'd z. rev one I'd rvfc.ve missed thai uelcome .note'- Baby's Dimples We know how to get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio PHOXE Here's The Man Who guided our Boys to Victory. When the fighters who are now coming home every day, were first getting into action several months ago, we received a big stock of good, all-wool Clothes from Hart Schaffner and Marx, Styleplus and Other Good Makers. We bought these Clothes at exceptionally good prices and we are selling them surprisingly low. considering the market conditions. VICTORY PRICES ON MEN'S OVERCOATS. Special Clearance Prices This Week on Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Overcoats Now________ Overcoats Now__________ Overcoats Now_______ Overcoats Now________ Overcoats Now________ Ladies Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Furs. Exceptionally low prices on Blankets 95 If you are not already our customer, start the Oil Qtlk US' STEVENS-WILSON CO. i WASHINGTON, Jan. j lire from France of the transports Huron. Belgic and Atena, with about j troops aboard, including many I sick and wounded was announced to- day by the war department. The Huron is due at Newport Xews Jan- uary 15. with 100 officers and men. The Belgic is due at New LONDON. Dec. 25v (Correspond-' York January with thirty-six offi- PRECEDENT FOR FLEET'S ience of The Associated Bishop of Durham has found an his- toi-ical precedent for the surrender i of the German ileet in the pages of cers and 2..KI6 men and the Atena is due at New York January 30 with a detachment of headquarters troops, sc-cond division and U5 casual officers. Transport Lands. NOT EliffiE Livy. That ancient chronicler tells how, as an article of the peace agree-1 which ended the second Punic I Newport. News. Va., Jan. war, Carthage had to surrender to j transport Madawaska landed over .'Rome the wholo of her battle fleet. troops from France. Rome, the article points out, was j the great military power and Car-1 thagu was the great naval power of antiquity. Just as Germany and Eng- land in modern times. Rome beat Carthag'.' the soldier beat the sailor. Ir. the conflict Komo revealed an ex- traordinary adaptability for naval warfare, and Carthago grave internal weakness. "The German the Man- chester Guardian comments, "antic- ipated a similar course for a war be- tween Germany and England. They were confident that the Germnn mil- itary mind applied to naval warfare would prove its superiority to the English, and that England, put to the tost, would be proved great illusion. i Explaining why the parallel Of an- :tiqnlty was deceptive, the Guardian proceeds: "it should not too hastily be as- sumed that the British Xavy display- ed an intellectual superiority derived froni long tradition which no young navy could hope to overcome. We aiv on safe ground if we say that the (Jprnian navy, unlike the navy of ancient Rome, showed itself singu- larly wooden anri unadaptable. Sir i David Neatly lias pronounced its strategy and its tactics contemptible. I "If the comparison of Germany i with Rome was false, still falser was I the comparison of England with Carthago. Carthage was a narrow ol- igarchy resting upon a peculiarily harsh slave system, and defended by peiiato a mercenary army recruited from all the Mediterranean peoples. Car- Ullage's lack o fi'reedom was her weakness, and England's freedom her strength. But gentlemen of the school of Treitschko could not be ex- 1 pected to see that, for the despised political freedom." OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. men may not serve on juries in Ok- lahoma it was held by Attorney Gen- eral S. P. Freeling yesterday' in an opinion sent to D. M. Cavaness, coun- ty attorney of Grady county. The'attention Freeling Tiad been called to newspaper stories to the effect that women were to be called for jury service in Chiekasha and this prompted the sending of the opin- ion. Freeling pointed out that sections 1 Sand of article 2 of the Okla- homa constitution provide that both grand and petit juries should be composed of "twelve men." The law providing the qualifications for jur- ors uses the term, "male citizens." LAIE APPOINTING OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. :iate adjourne dThursday after- noon to meet again at Monday morning. This makes it certain that the senate will not act on the late appointments sent in by Govern- or Williams for confirmation. L.-i a Want Ad get it for you. ALL MUST don't intend carrying any V of these Sweaters over to next season. To clear them out quickly the prices have been reduced, as follows One Lot Men's Sweaters worth Up to< Clearance Price One Lot Boys' Sweaters, worth up Clearance Price One Lot Men's Sweaters, worth up 4 (CQ Clearance Price _____ Come Early for. Good Selections-. The Surprise Store Established 1903 4I5-H7 West Main St. Phone W   

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