Ada Evening News, January 11, 1919

Ada Evening News

January 11, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma I    >iHba Cberantt VOLUME XV. NUMBER 257 ADA. OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JANUARY ll, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY part of apparel person- THHERE is no * Woman’s that reveals her ality so completely as the Corset she wears. And of all tire popular priced corsets, we consider Henderson Corsets the best. i Our sales of these corsets have increased to a wonderful extent and we take pride in their excellence, their sullener style and the thoroughness with which they are made. You are invited to inspect the newest seasonable models. even though you are not in need of a corset at this time. I SI (VEERS Mo A IMM) AS DIRECTOR (iKNKKAI, ON APPOINTMENT OF PRESIDENT. IU the Associated Press LOS AMG ELES,, Cal., Jan. ll.— Walker I). Hines, as3istant dilator general of railroads, was appointed director general to succeed Win. G. McAdoo. Notice of the appointment was cabled to the White House by President Wilson and reacTtrd McAdoo at Winslow, Ariz.. when he passed through that town on his way here. POPENHAGEN DISPATCH SAYS Ll EDN ECHT, KOLM! KYI kl f    LEADED,    KILLED. STRI KEHS AND POLICE ENGAGE I N DEADLY CONFLICT. MANY CASC ALTI ES. VV Prices Range From .SI to Sa Gossard Corsets $2.75 to $8.50 STEVENS-WILSON CO. ITEMS KROM THE STON EW ALI NEWS.. Born to Mr. and Mrs VV. L. Leach, last week. a boy. T. G. Phillips ha-' Ie seriously ill the past week, but ar Lust report was slowly improving. D. U Johnson of Fort Smith. Ark . was in Stonewall the past week shaking bar. lr Aith old friends. R. L Mcllroy of Ozark. Ark.. ha> otircha' 4 the W. EL Harnett place in the edge of town and will soon nio\e her* with his family Mr. Dai-nett will locate near Steed in an. it is understood. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB 0 ——  ........—«I    . 1 h^ve    bulky secret 1 11 keep it d^rk Forever- I write the noble, verses When I just c;vnt be clever FROM PRISON CAMP if' t! <•    Prosit WASHINGTON. Jan ll Names of lout < ‘klahoma enlisted men are included in the list of Americans released ti oui German prison camps and returned to France, announced by the dar department today. They are Harry Miller. Coalgate; Delos A. Robbins. Lawton; Joseph H. Bishop. Dill, and Grandville E. Brookshire. Cushing. • Probably fair is the way the weather man reads the signs for Sunday. ROPER ANO EXCELL IO SINO AT NORMAL Some time ago when Professor Alvin \\ Rope! gave a piano recital in Ada President Gordon discussed with him the possibility of having him and Professor E. I). Excell come to the Normal School and have a great community sing. Mr. Roper stated that he believed it would be possible, and that personally he would be very glad t ooome Mr. Gordon has just i had a letter from Professor Excell COUNTY COUNCILS WILE DISSOLVE State House. Oklahoma City, January 8, 1919. TO ALL MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES OF COUNTY COUNCILS OF DEFENSE: Following a careful investigation of conditions in this state and an investigation of methods by which other states will care lur their remaining war work, and atlee canvassing the opinion of the officers of county councils in this state, the Oklahoma State Council has decided that county councils of defense in Oklahoma shall be dissolved as county councils on January 15, 1919. and has taken official action so dissolving them. This action was taken in view of the fact that county councils of defense had already completed their tremendous war tasks in a most cml Babble mamie and because of the fact that councils were'Ycoated as war, not as peace time organizations, and members of the executive committees should he relieved O’ their vast tasks and responsibilities at as early a date as possible. Before dissolving however each county council of defense is to appoint a ’Demobilization Committee” compoed ot from three to live members OI yoni present executive committee. This committee will he known as the Pontotoc County Demobilization Committee and it should hr made up of the members of the prest nt executive committee who have had most experience with tin actual work. It will attend to ell matters affecting the interests OI the returning .soldiers Its specific tasks will be assigned to it immediately upon notice that this committee has been appointed. We shall of course continue to take up all matters with the chairmen of the county councils until this Demobilization Comm it ten has been reported to us The entire organization will he dissolved at just as early a date as the public interests will permit. Whip* Oklahoma war workers have no desire to shirk any patriotic duty or task it is the opinion of the State Council «•: Defense that pence time jobs should he left to peace time organizations. However. when county councils were organized in this state, after a plan Of our own making, the framework of the county council:# was so developed that we thought it possible that each could he made over at the final end of the war into a sort of county-wide chamber of commerce or welfare hoard entirely independent, a local organism* By tile Associated Press LONDON, Jan. ll Dr. Earl Lieb-necht, Spat tacan leader in Germany, was killed during the street fighting Thursday evening, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company. Several Associated Press dispatches from Berlin, received here, make no mention of Liebnecht’s death, .but mostly' deal with the situation in outside provinces. Nothing definite is known as to Friday’s Berlin developments. Moro Rioting in Germany. CO PEN HAG EN, Jan. ll; -Very serious rioting occurred Friday in Dresden, Hamburg, Altenburg and Dusseldorf, according to reports received here. The fighting was most severe in Hamburg, a. d is still progressing nicely. pressing. By the Associated Press BUENOS AIRES, Jan. ll.—Seventy-two persons were killed, eighty-one gravely wounded and over 80*0 received minor injuries in fighting here yesterday and last night as the result of the general strike, accord-I ing to figures compiled at 3 o’clock I this morning. Firing w’as incessant ! in all parts of the city from 7 o’clock ! till midnight. Conditions in the in-1 terior are obscure, owing to lack of I telegraph facilities. The congressional palace was the scene of hot fU'Ut-ing in which the police were victorious only by free use of machine guns. ODO FELLOWS ORGANIZE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION ROERS MEETING I The Pontotoc County Bar Association held a re-organization meeting! Friday evening and elected the follow mg officers; Orel Busby, presi—> dent; John P. Crawford, vice presi- i dent; ll. ll Epperson, secretary—j treasurer; It. <’ King ami VV. C. Dunean. directors. Robert Wimbish was elected as delegate to the conference that will be held at the close of the state Bar Association meeting January 15-16 to consider a revision or the judiciary’! cd the state. The next meeting of the Pontotoc County organization will he held January 20. STONEWALL GIRLS DEFEAT AOA TEAM The Pontotoc County Odd Fellows Association held its regular meeting Thursday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall in Ada. It was well attended, about IOO members being present. Representatives were present from Bryan. Marshall, Atoka and Coal Counties and a district association was formed composed of these counties and Pontotoc. Th? following officers were elected for .ha new organization:    Mr.    Stephens. Bryan coun ty'. president; VV. C. Williams. Ada, vice-president; Mr. Scott. Roff, secretary' It was decided to hold the next mooting at Ada April 26. Degree work was put on by the team of Ada lodge and the evening closed with a banquet at Lancaster’s cafe. NOW IN PROGRESS Our January Clearance Sale! Offering The Greatest Values of The Season Wear-Well Sheets—Better Than Pepperell $1.75 Sheets, Full Size______________________$1.49 45c Pillow Cases____________________________29c All Blankets Reduced $6.75 Blankets_____________________________$5.40 $5.75 Blankets_____________________________$4.60 $3.00 Blankets_____________________________$2.40 All Bedding Included. Ladies’ Ready-To-Wear AT Clearance Sale Prices One Lot Ladies’ and Junior Dresses. Values up to $17.50. Choice________________________ S9 75 PHONE 77 Friday evening th** Stonewall high defeated the Ada high I . basketball. The game was a fast and clean one, hut the Ada girls were just outclassed. The gam* was played in the Ada high school auditorium and was witness dby a large crowd. This was the first game the girls have played this season. IJK! I. PAI L ALDERSON RETURNS PHOM PRANGE. Lieut. Paul Alderson arrived at home Friday afternoon, being en route to Fort Sill where he will receive his discharge from the army. He was met at the station by many of lii- friends who turned out to welcome him home. Lieut. Alderson made a splendid record, entering the service as a pri vate. getting his commission as second lieutenant trom an officers’ training school and being promoted ti/ first lieutenant for serv io«*s at the front He saw strenuous service and was disabled by gas. S'M. SMAW. PROP. Established in 1902 AOA. OKLA. By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan. ll President Wilson today cabled a request to the war labor hoard to take up again the case of the marine workers’ strike in New York and proceed to make a finding. The president said he was sure the war and navy departments. shipping board and railroad administration would use every pow-er to make the finding effective. | iran troops scheduled for demobilization now' number 1.151,000, includ-j log 96,000 men who actually have j returned from overseas, but not including in units designated for turn on the way home. re- MAKUH AN NOU.NEES    PKJ Ult ES SHOWING RAPID MOVEMENT OF WORK. Timber in durma. Burma grows over a hundred varieties of ovary sort of timber; Yet up | to last year she exported hor ruTiber 1 in packing cases made of wood imported from Japan. It has now been found I Ti*11 they can he made locally at about half rhe cost. WOMEN NOT ELIGIBLE LOR JURY SERVICE By the Associated Presa WASHINGTON, Jan. ll Demobilization of the American army, (Ten. March said today, is progressing at a rate which comparative figures Cleaning W.ch Gasoline. Unless- the whole garment is placed in gasoline, the small pi; cos will how rings \v hen (denned. This is eau'Od by rising too n neb gasoline on the with a a so line. th* Baby’s Dimples We know bow to get ’em. Phone for appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE .14 they will be very glad to come Excell and Roper have made many state Sunday School conventions throughout the United States. Mr. Excell Is one of the greatest song leaders in the United States, and as an accompanist for congregational singing Mr. Roper has few equals. Foil announcement will he made in the near future. GEORGE JOHNSON DI EK OF PNEUMONIA ATTA*Ti. (leone# Johnson died Friday night at the Henry Golden place two miles West of Ada. Death was due to pneumonia following an attack of influenza. The body was interred at Rosedale cemetery this afternoon. Deceased w as a hard working ^farmer and well thought of by his neighbors. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jim. IO. Women may not serve on juries in Oklahoma it was held by Attorney General S. P. Fretting yesterday iii an opinion sent to D. M. Cava ness, county attorney of Grady county. The attention of Freellng had been called to newspaper stories to the effect that women were to he called for jury service in Chickasha and this prompted the sending of the opinion. Freeling pointed out that sections Sand 19 of article 2 of the Okla-I am instructed to transmit this in- tist church. Rev. R. E. L. Ford con- honia constitution provide that both grand and petit juries should be laid to rest at Rosedale cemetery. j composed of “twelve men.” The law Deceased was 48 years, ll months providing the qualifications for jur-and 5 days old. She leaves to mourn ors uses the term, “male citizens.” her loss her husband and son Lieut.    —________ show to be twice as fast as British grease sp**;. Brush lightly j demobilization. Actual figures to i January 7 numbered 352,65$. American officers to the number of 4 7,-| 028 had been returned to civil life. ! while on January 8 the British had discharged only 3,008 officers. Amer- cl.qh dampened with brush when dry. If the ring< are then notice:)blo hold the soiled part over the stet!iii of a teakettle, ami this will reniov*> lh** unsightly blotch. The Min. \\ . \V. D, Akers. funeral services of Mrs. W. finn, in ease local conditions demand- * \y. D Akers, wife of Captain W AV. ed it. This is entirely within the .ut- I». Akers, were held here Friday aft- * risdiction of local people.    fermion at 2 o’clock at the First Bap I I stating that at some convenient time l',r"‘a,'°n to„yo2 UT ,h<‘ °klahom*    the    services The hotly was ... .    -    (VxiirtrMl    Mf    I    IpfplKU    I'.I Iii tit coct fit State Council of Defense, Sincerely yours. CHESTER H WESTFALL. Assistant Secretary, Oklahoma State Council of Defense, Field Secretary for Oklahoma. Council of National Defense. Homer Akers. She also raised two boys, Clifton and Roy Francis, and 1-tl—It Grace Francis, a sister of these boys. made her home with the family for MANA* HISTORIC MEMORIES    I several years CLUSTER ABOUT VERSAILLES. » MrR Akers was a devoted By the Annodated I'roM* PARIS, Jan. ll. Versailles, where the Peace Conference is to he held has tragic memories for France as the scene of her great humiliation when, on January 18, 1871, in the famous Galleries des Graces, King William of Prussia was proclaimed German Emperor. About five weeks, later the French envoys were forced to sign the preliminaries of the Christian and consistent member of the Baptist church for more than thirty-two years. SPECIAL ORDER FOR RELIEF BILE f Rexall Cold Tablets Recommended by us for Colds in the head, together with headache and fever associated with colds in head -25c. Guaranteed. Musterole, Vick’s Valve, Mentholatum. IRON VIM AFTER “FLU” TONIC. Bring Us Your Prescriptions to be Properly Prepared and People Protected. Gvoirx &- 'Mays TJrug Go. peace imposed upon France by Bismarck. The Germans set an imposing stage for the first ceremony. Old King William, the Crown Prince Frederick, father of the last German emperor; Bismarck. Moltke and other Prussian generals and princes, as-sembled for a religious service. After the sermon was preached the By Itie Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan ll.—Democratic members of the House Rules committee toda yrevised the committee’s previous action and reported a rule giving immediate consideration to the bill apuropriating $100,000,-000 for European food relief as requested by the president. Wars. ROOSEVELT’S Will FILED FOR PROBATE By flu* Associated Pre** MINEOLA, N. Y., Jan. ll. The will of Theodore Roosevelt, filed today, divides a trust fund of $60,000 into equal charges for each of his children, bequeaths the wedding presents given at the marriage with his first wife to his daughter Alice, and the residue of his estate to the executors of the will in trust. The [executors are instructed to apply the Income of the estate to the use of his wife and authorizes Mrs. Roosevelt to dispose of the principal of the trust to his children as she shall declare. lh.* Disease* Spread by «    .    lu    the    nineteenth    ee».fife>,    tittrin king read a patent establishing the the Roswi-Tlirkikh wars, typhus am empire, and Bismarck followed with the proclamation, which concluded: ‘May God grant us and our successors ever to be increasers of the German empire, .not by warlike conquests, but with the graces and 'gifts of peace for the national well being, for freedom and civilization.” Cheers for the new emperor were led by the Grand Duke of Baden. It was at Bismarck’s lodgings in the Rue de Provence, Versailles, that he negotiated the peace treaty, pre-liminaris with the French representatives, Th ie res and Favre. The French were compelled to agree to the surrender of Alsace and much of Lorraine, and to pay an indemnity of $1,000,000,000, aud to submit to a German entry into Paris and a Ger-! Blan occupation of a large area in France. from Turkey up through Wallet hi; • Into Austria. Th** French tut fi cleft •Tom it during tin* Crimean et millet, I In the Fniiieo-$*ruM*ian war. ih< j French, being i-onrlv clothed and *Vd. j again suffered. Tin* Balkan war •‘‘•♦•ills lo lu»ve been notable more for cholera,! a summer disease, than typhus, which flourishes best in winter. Accounting for It. Young Fitznoodie (to dentist)— Isn’t It rather strange, doctor, that at my age I haven’t cut my wisdom teeth yet?”    I>ent 1st (calmly)—“Oh, I don’t know. Perhaps there isn't enough wisdom hack of thi ai to push them through.” Tea ft* . Good Service. I tat! i* useful because of    if® No loss thru 83 specimens    cf <• '. mostly injurious, have hoed roved to enter into its dietary. George I "li er says; A toad lins I ,*n ,,u .wed    lo snap up 12S files in halt    an *•.•-    •Thud at a low estimate    It add easily destroy I,BOO insect* during tiny anti do an Immense service to • garden during the summer, it <s be* ii estimated that a single toed my. on account of the cutworms filth it kills, be worth $19.hs each caxon that it lives. Beautiful Fern*. When the Dew shoots of potted fern* appear turn them to the light until they are well up and the    started iii the rigid direction. Wien tile fern Is full Brown th** result v ll bv a beautiful sound plant. ALL HEN’S ANO BOYS’ SWEATERS MUST OOI 1X7E don’t intend carrying any ' ' of these Sweaters over to next season. To clear them out quickly the prices have been reduced, as follows— $3.45 $2.45 $1.69 Come Early for Good Selections. One Lot Men’s Sweaters worth up to $5.00, Clearance Price______ One Lot Boys’ Sweaters, worth up to $4.00, Clearance Price_____ One Lot Men’s Sweaters, worth up to $2.50, Clearance Price____ The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 L / ;

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