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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 257 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY 'TWERE is no part of Woman's apparel that reveals her person- ality so completely as the Corset she wears. And of all the popular priced corsets, we consider Henderson Corsets the best. Our sales of these corsets have increased to a wonder- ful extent and we take pride in their excellence, their su- perior style and the thor- oughness with which they are made. You are invited to inspect the newest seasonable mod- els, even though you are not in need of a corset at this time. Prices Ranire From SI to Gossard Corsets to IEVENS-WIL ITKMS I THI-: STO 1.1. Horn Mr. and Mrs. l.-.u-h. List week a boy. Mrs T. C. 1'hillips si-n.tu.-.- ly ill the past week, but at re- port w.is slowly improving. li.   POLICK KXGAUK LIKIJMCCHT, IIOLSHKY1KI IX" DRAD1A" CONFLICT. KILLKD. MANY tin1 'LOS sMH-iiUctl 1'ivss CiU., Jan. illy llu1 Associated 1'ress LONDON, Jan. Karl Lieb- Hlnes, assistant director I necht, Spartacan leader in Germany, railroads, was appointed killed during the street fighting Thursday evening, according to a Co- Walker D. general of ttirector general to succeed C Notice of the appointment penhagen dispatch to the Exchange was cabled to the White. Hov.se by i Telegraph company. Several Asso- rresldeut Wilson and reacTrcd McA--elated Press dispatches from Berlin, doo at Winslow. when he received here, make no mention of ed through that town on his way Licbiitfeht's death, .but mostly deal 1KMV ;with the sitiiiition in outside provin- ____._____.__________ i ces. Nothing dennite Is known as to Friday's Berlin developments. By tlic Associated Press DUE.NOS AIRES, Jan. ty-two persons were killed, eighty- one gravely wounded and orer SO'O received minor Injuries in lighting Stale House. Oklahoma City. January S, 1 .TO ALL MHM11F.KS OF KXKCT- T1V1-: COM.MITTKKS OF COUNTY Ol-' IIKFKN'SK: FolUiwing a caieful investigation of conditions in this state anil an in-- i vcstisi'alion of methods by which oth- 'er states will care lor their remain- ing war work, and after canvassing Ihe opinion of the officers of county councils in tills stale, the Oklahoma Slate Council has iKcided that county councils of in Oklahoma shall be dissolved as county councils on January If.. ami has taken of- ficial act.on so dissolving them. This action was taken in view o: the fan thai county. councils o' de- lense had already complc'ed their tre'iiei.iiiiti- war tasks in a most .-redilabble matine: and hocau-e ihe iacl that councils ,i.; war. uoi as peace time organisations. members of the executive com- mittees should be relioxetl of tl oil' vast tasks ami responsibilities al .is early a date as possible. lie] ore dissolving however each county council o-' d.-iense is to ap- point'a "i I'oinluit'ee" compoMl ol trom Hiree to Ihe mem- bers of your present cmii- mittee. This coiiimitiee will he known as the I'ontotoc County I Committee and it should be made up of the member" of the pieSiiil execu- tive committee who liaM- had most experience with the actual work. It here yesterday and last night as the result of the general strike, accord- ing to figures compiled at 3 o'clock this morning. Firing was incessant all parts of tiie city from 7 o'clock till midnight. Conditions in the in- terior are obscure, owing to lack of telegraph facilities. The congressioa- Moro Kidting in (jieriminy. j al palace was the scene of hot fiirlit- COPKMIAGJCN, Jan. 1 ing in which the police were victori- ,-serious rioting occurred Friday in only by free use of machino guns. Dresden. H-ambnrg, Augenburg and__________ Utissoldorf. according to reports ceived here. The lighting was most severe in Hamburg, is still pro- gressing nicely, grossing. The I'onlotoc County liar Associa- tion held a meeting Friday evening and elected l.'le lowing officers: Ore! IHishy, presi- dent: John I'. Crawford, vice presi- dent; li. II. Fjipersiin. secretary-- treasurer; 11. C. Kin1.: and W. C. Dun- can, directors. Kolicil was elected as del- egate to the conference that will he held at the close of the slate liar ion meeting January Ifi-Hi 10 consider a revision the judiciary ol the slate. The MOM of the I'onlotoc County organization will he held .1 an- na rv -'O. The Pontotoc County Odd Fellows Association held its regular meeting Thursday evening at the 'I. 0. O. F. hall in Ada, It was well attended, about, 100 members being preseiu. Representatives were present from Bryan. Marshall, Atoka and Coal Counties and a district association was formed composed of those conn- lies and Poiilotoc. Th? following of- ficers were elec.ted for .lit; now organ- ization: Mr. Stephens, coiin- ly. president; W. C. Williams. Ada, i vice-president; Mr. Scott, llo'ff, sec- j relarj. It was decided to hold the1 next meeting ai Ada April work was put on by tliej team of Ada lodge and tlie evening closed with a hnil'iuet at. Lancaster's, enfe. _____ i NOW IN PROGRESS Our January Clearance Sale! Offering The Greatest Values of The Season Wear-Well Better Than Pepperell Sheets, Full Size ______________________ 45c Pillow Cases _____________________ _______ 29c All Btankets Reduced Blankets ________________________ ____ Blankets _________________ _ ___________ Blankets _____________________________ 82.40 All Bedding Included. Ladies' Ready-To-Wear AT Clearance Sale Prices One Lot Ladies' and Junior Dresses: Values up to PMOHE 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP. Kstablished In 190ft ADA, OKLA. STRIKE TMfl UP the Stonewall high matt ol Hie returnim.- sol- ecilic will he as- immediately upon no- -ommiiteo has been -ap- attend t the interests tilers. Its s] signed lo it lice that this pointed. o: eon I'M- continue to take all matters with the chair- men of the county councils nntil thi" Committee has been reported to us. The entire organiza- tion will he dissolved at just as early a dale as the public interests will permit. Whil have IH duly or task i! State Council i time juhs slion 1 ions. affect'tig defeated the Ada high basket hall. The game was a fast and clean one hut the Ada sirl.s were just outclass- ed. The was played in th.e Ada high school auditorium and was wit- uesse dby a large crowd. This was the tirst game the girls have played ibis season. WASHINGTON. Jan. 11. 1'resi-i dent Wilson today cabled :i request., in the war labor board to take up .iir.iin the of thp marine strike in New York and proceed to make a finding. The president said he was -sure the war and navy depart- uients. shipping board and railroad j administration would use every pow- j er in make the finding effective. i MAIiCIl A.N.NOl 'NTKS KKilUIOS: HAPin MOVK- MIO.YT OF WORK. ican troops scheduled for riemobiliza- lion now number ing Mfi.OOO men who actually have returned from overseas, but. not in- eluding in units designated' for re- turn on the way home. Timber in ISurma. Burma grows over n hundred v.iri- cties of siirt-iif riml.er. Yi-r to la-'t year she exported her rubber 'n packing m-ip-- iniiiie of wood im- iiorted friimMapan. It has now been nm llle cost. Okliihnina war workers desire lo shii k any patriotic is the opinion of the f Pct'ens" that peace be lefl M peace time llowever. when coun- ty councils were in Ihi.s vine, pelting his stale, after a plan of our own mak- loud 'lieutenant from an officers' ing, the framework of the county j i raining school and being promoted wii-, developed that tirst could j front. I.IF.IT. P.U'I. m-riTUNS I-'KAXCK. Paul Alderson arrivod at home Fiiday afternoon, being en route In Fort Sill where he will re-- cone his discharge from the army lie was met at the station by many of his inomls wl'.o turned out to wel- come him home, Lieut. Aldersnn made a splendid record, entering tlie as a pri- vate. Belting his commission as lalioma it was held by Attorney Oen ond OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 10. Wo- men may not serve on juries in Ok- that thought it possible that each be made over at the final end of the i war into a son of county-wide chaiu- tier of commerce or welfare board en- tlre.lv independent, a local jtion. in cnse local conditions demand- ed it. This is entirely within the ju- risdiction of local people. 1 am instructed to transmit this in- j formation to you from the Oklahoma State Council of Defense. Sincerely yours, i CHESTER H. WESTFALL. i Assistant Secretary, Oklahoma State i Council of Defense, Field Secretary lieutenant for He saw si roll li, ''rvices at the service was disabled by gas. for Oklahoma, Council a I of Natlon- 1-11-lt .Mrs. W. P. Akers. The funeral services of Mrs. W. W. Akers. wife of Captain W. W. 11. Akers. were held here Friday aft- ernoon at o'clock at the First Dap- list church. Rev. R. K. L. Ford con- ducting the services. The body was laid to rest at Rosedale cemetery. Deceased was -IS years, 11 months eriil S. P. Froeling yesterday in an opinion sent to D. M. Cavaness, coun- ty attorney of C.rndy county. The attention of Freeling had been called to newspaper stories to the i effect that women were to be failed for jury service in Chickasha and this prompted the sending of the opin- ion. Freeling pointed out lhat sections 1 Xtind 19 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 jiir- WASHINCTOX, Jan. 11 Dumobi- of the American army, Gen. March said today, is progressing at n rate which comparative tigures show lo he twice! as fast as British demobilization. Actual figures to i January 7 numbered UulMiaS. Amer- i ican officers to the number "of 0-S had been returned to civil life, while on January S the British had discharged onry ll.OOS Amor- Unle Cleaning Gasoiir.j. ss Hie whole iraniHT.i is plni in gasoline, tin- sm.-ii! will ii. P.nMi lig'hlly with n n nod the gasi.liae, dry. If ring-; are then hold ihe soiled part over1 if :i lo.-ikoltlo. and this will unsighily. blotch. ih MANY HISTORIC MKMOIUKS Clxl'STKH AI10VT I'.v tin1 AsNoeliitod Prosit PARIS, Jan. 1 I. Versailles, 1 where the Peace Conference is to be i held has tragic memories for France 1 as the scene of her great, humiliation I when, on January IS. 1S71, in the famous Galleries des Graces, -King- William of Prussia was proclaimed j German Emperor. weeks later the French envoys were forced and r. days old. She loaves to mourn jors uses the term, "male citizens." her loss her husband and son. Lieut. Homer Akers. She also raised two boys. Clifton and Roy Francis, and (irace Francis, a sister of these boys, made her home with the family for several years. Mrs Akers was a devoted Ciiris- the for more than thirty- FILED FOR PRdTF RELIEF BILL to sign the preliminaries of the j peace imposed upon France by IMs- marck. I lly ilir Assorhitfd WASHINGTON, Jan. cratic members of the House Rules The Germans set an imposing silage j eommittee toda yrevised the'commit- I for the first ceremony. Old King I William, the Crown Prince Freder- ick, father of the last German em- 1 peror; Bismarck. Moltke and Other Prussian generals and princes, as- sembled for a religious service. Aft- er the sermon was preached the king read a patent establishing the empire, and Bismarck followed with the proclamation, which concluded: "May Clod grant UK and our success- ors ever to be Increasefs of the Ger- man empire, ,not by warlike con- quests, but with the graces of peace for tho national well being, for freedom and civilization." Cheers for the new emperor were lud by the Grand Duke of Buden. It was at 'Bismarck's lodgings in the Ruo de Provence, Versailles, that he negotiated the peace pre- Ilmlnaris with the French representa- tives, Thiorea and Favre. The French were compelled .to to the surrender of Alsace and much of Lorraine, and to pay an indemnity of and to au.bmlt to a Gorman entry Into Paris and o, Ger- man occupation of n large, aroa in France. tee's previous action and reported a rule giving immediate consideration to the bill apuropriating 000 for European food reliuf as re- qiu'Rted by the president. DiSentrs Sprcnd by Ware. Ill ihe inm-li-i'iitli r-ei.l "'y, 'the wars, typhus spr -in I'nuii Turkey into Austrin. The l-Yem-h sitlYoH'U from il during the ('riiiieiiii e.milicl. In the war. tin- I French, being poorly cliithrtl am! ''ed, agiiin snlTiTed, The war s'-t-ms lo have been not.iilile more I'm' (.'luilenl, a summer Olsease'.' Ihaii typhus, which IhnirishoK host in winter. I Ily llu1 Assoctiili'il I'n-st MLN'EOLA. N. Y.. Jan. 11.-The ;will of Theodore Roosevelt, filed day, divides a trust fund of JUO.OOO into equal charges for eaeh of his children, bequeaths the wedding I presents given at the marriage with his first wife to his daughter Alice, and the reildue of his estate to the executors of the will in trust. The executors are instructed to.apply the income of the estate to use of his wife and authorizes MrE.'iRoosevelt to dispose of the principal of the trust to his children as she shall de- clare. Good Service. n-Ji-fiil because of ilijii, specimens Accounting for It. Young Fltunoodlo (to Isn't It rnther strange, doctor, thnt at my nge I hnvim't cot my wisdom teeth yetV" Dentist T don't know. PerhtipH' thi-nv Is-n'f enwigh' wisdom hncl; of them' ptwh ruvi-il to enter into ils dietary. li'in.'er says: A load been .in. I o snap up liS tiles in hall an "'0-. "Thus nt H Imv eslimaie it ea-ily cjes-iroy insects during day and. do nn Immense service to during the summer, u .IN been ostlnmted tliut n single load lay. on account of the cutworms it kills, be worth each "iison that it lives. Beautiful Ferns. When the new shouts of potipd ferns appear rurn them to ihe light untH they are weirnp-nnd the started in the right illrecllon, .fern is full grown Hi-- vill a bcnu- tlful sound plant. ALL MEN'S MUST GO I WE don't intend carrying any of these Sweaters over to next season. To clear them out quickly the prices have been reduced, as One Lot Men's Sweaters worth up ?5.00, Clearance Price One Lot Boys' Sweaters, worth up to J4.00, Clearance Price One Lot "Men's Sweaters, worth up to Clearance Price_______ Come Early for Good Selections, The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West MainiSt. Phone M7   

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