Monday, January 13, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma I !9 VOT I TMF. YV TMI TM RFR 258 ADA. OKLAHOMA. MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919. . lf ■ ii v ' TWO CENTS THE COPY ’T’HERE is no part of *■ Woman’s apparel that reveals her personality 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 inc teased to a wonderful extent and we take pride in their excellence, their superior 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 W(\ Prices Range From $1 to $5 Gossard Corsets $2.75 to $8.50 STEVENS-WILSON CO. BEH AGI ft I HPARTACANN cai VR WAY TO OC- GOVERNMENT TROOPS HOU) Cl'PATI ON FORCK*. RUSSIAN    SP ART A CA NS IN CHBCX. AN- ROI rfNHIv VIST AR RRST BD.    .DTH RR LEADER A ll RRST RI). •t;uvr |’«l tin* Associate Press COPENHAGEN. JA*. i3.—British troops have occupied Dusseldorf, which has been in the hands of the Sparta cans, according to Berlin reports. Dusseldorf is twenty one mile® *ast off Cologne. Bolshevist Arrested. LONDON, Jan 13.—Karl Bade, one of the Russian Bolshevist emissaries in Berlin, has been arrested, according to Berlin advices lo the Exchange Telegraph Co. The dispatch also reports the capture of IL se trow brewery by the government force®. DELEGATES LAYING FOUND A-j TJON FOR ACTION RY FOR- ~ * MAL CON F RR RN CB. RUSSIANS WELCOMED AMERICAN FORCES By th** Associated Press LONDON, Jan. 13.—An armistice between contending f&c'ions at Berlin has been broken and fighting has broken out anew, according to Copenhagen reports received here. The, ( Spartacan8 are still in possession of the Tageblatt building and reports indicate the Spartaean folce^ have lost 1,300 killed since the beginning of the outbreak. Government troops numbering 13,000 arrived in Bdflla Saturday but with the strengthening of the military forces the cabinet is reported, losing political Influence aoiqng the masses. Hpartacan Lewder Arrested. BARLIN, Jan. 13.—Rosa Luxen-burg, associated with Karl Liebnecht I HEADQUARTERS    ON    VAGA i RIVER, Russia. Dec, 20 (Corres-i pondeuce of the Associated Press) — J The debarkation of American troops I at this little town was better than a ‘circus for its population, who treat-fed it as a circus and spent hours and | hours watching the proceedings. The tows is hilly, with big grass ‘covered cliffs right at the river’s ■ edge breaking Into a sort of amphl-! theater at the landing place. The I townsfolk, particularly the children, came to this amphitheater early in the .morning and clung until late at night to the coveted places nearest forces, has been arrested by government soldiers, according to reports is the Taglische Rundschau. Spartacan*. lame Station. Berlin, Jan.    12.—The Silesian railway station, the 'Aud important Spartacan stronghold in greater Berlin, is now in possession of the government forces. By the Associated Press PARIS, Jan. 13,—The first actual session of the peace congress is be* ingh eld today, although it is official-; ly designated as one of a series ofi conversations for laying the ground^ work of the structure later to be pri dented .to the formal .assembly of del egates of all nations. Sunday’s meetipg was prelimiaar; to today's. The conversations , wil stretch probably ovqr a month an will take up the details o£ the pro gram to be carried out—what sub jects are‘to be 1 Cbusid^red ‘at th meetings, roles of expert advise and the order in which various su jects will come up. Nothing has de veloped to alter the statement tha In the leadership of the SpartJAcan American delegates are primarily! forces, has been arrested by govern-"! concerned wih the creation of af concerned wih the creation of league of nations and the making oft a tost peace. rn com TOMORROW mil Tile public should notice especially _    ____ the season ticket offer in the Lyceum the old paddle flkeamrri and barge® I ^d in .another part of the paper. The from which the Americans debark- .Montague Opera Company comes to- morrow' night and it alone twists 50 Efforts of tolstoy American en gin- |c®nts, but the Normal is offering the to move their wagons up the ! 1 chaining three numbers of the sea- rum ■em READY TO send; I *. hi I’KKUK IXHJRT IU LBS IBOOKS TO RESIST BOL- - I AGAINST TllAlHtftHlltTING TO 1TYXKI ADVANCE.    DRY    STATES. eers hill* aided, or rather deterred, by ROssian horses wilt) couldn’t under- J stand the language, brought glee to the dirty pinafored little Russian j girls and long trousered, gritty faced. ehubby lads, whose ears were tickled by strange sweat words. Entrance to the boats was prohlb- ! ited, but the kiddies, with all the zest ut America! youngsters sneaking under the tent at a circus, stole up the j gang-plank and knew the smiling : Yauks were only joking when they) I poked at them with their bayonets. I baxnuiay morning. J This town treated the Americans, 1 and also the Russians and other® in I the Allied contingent a® saviours and 'deliverers from the Bolsheviks son for $1.00. From the information we have we judge tilt* single number or the opera company to be worth the mosey. They come very highly recommended for their good acting as well as for their good singing in the features the pm on GRAY WHlSEIflUNT HUED I FRANCE a f ti* TWO DEATHS AT ADA, ONE AT STONEWALL. George IL Price, son of James Price, 506 West 14th street, died last The funeral was held Sunday at IO a. rn. Harold Brown, son of SF. M. Brown, 523 North Johnson street, Ev-1 died Sunday morning at 4 o'clock, ery Trine a boatload of troops went up    *    funeral    will    be    held at    the    home the mer to the front a great crowd | and    interment    will    be    at    Rosedale gathered on the cliffs and Chee*t*d    * cindery. ‘them. and when the town’s own By th*- .*»<*•    Pres* PARIS. Jan. 13.—America lias informed the allied govermments, ac— cording to the Temps, that it is ready to send mn expeditionary farce to Poland lo "double the support given two Polish divisions to be sent from the western front and enable the Poles to victoriously resist tk>e Bolshevists *' LIGHT nil OF jaw I he Associated Brea* WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. The So-I prctue court today held that the Retd 1 bone dry prohibition amendment prohibits interstate transportation into dry states of intoxicating liquor for beverage purposes, even when in-ended tor personal use As interpreted by the supreme court the Law nullities statutes permitting limited I amounts of liquor be brought in Tor personal use Let a Want Ad get it for you. The registration books of Ada dosed Friday with less than 400 ladies cm the list, which is far below ttaeuuarber entitled to vote. The first ward registered 108. second ward about 60, third ward 30, fourth ward between 80 and IOO. Baby’s Dimples We    know how to get 'era. Phone for appointment. Stairs Studio I * *91 9 1‘Jr    I    *    «*    I fluff J PHONE' iH TH£ CHEERFUL CHERUB Im vsinc every effort To Kelp my country more- Im getting 50 impatient To I miff k up this war. irc-i Probably fair is as near as the weather anan will come to venturing an opinion about Tuesday. Let a Want Ad get it for you. .PRESCRIPTIONS I —now just a word in regard to your —prescriptions. —we fill any kind from any Doctor. —now and then a prescription calls for something that we have not. In that case we get it at once. -however we rarely ever are out of what is wanted. —we make filling your PRESCRIPTION omnium business. Soda Water, Fountain Pens, Stationery. Hot Water Bottles, and everything else is only secondary to filling PRESCRIPTIONS. “JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERS.” Rexall Remedies - Liggett’s Candies SI company of 'Russian soldiers went l«ff to fight the cliff was fairly black w ith sniping, cheering throngs. Big hilts and white and brown I houses and log? and wood, heated by great porcelain or brick stoves, ! are being shared here by their own-lers wtth the Allied troops and many - other soldiers are accommodated in the barracks oiwe built for the Cossack guards of the    Ute    Emperor I Nicholas. ITW MM CT NG SILK VEA It TEVIS 4 XIA ST.* IU- I be AsnUCtatrti Press* I DALLAS. Texas.    Jan.    13.—The Silk production industry, introduced in Texas five years ago. has developed to the point where a factory is being constructed to handle raw' silk for the manufacture of ll.000.1160 w*orth I of silk fabrics annually. The Industry is    centered some miles from Houston. A few silk s worms and a few mulberry trees, im* I ported from France, were brought into the district five years ago by Dr. V. K. Ossian.    The    farm now •has 1,94)6 acre® and 200,000 mulber-• ry trees oil which the silk -worms ? f * es peri en** In Texas has convinced me that conditions are more favorably here for the silk industry I than France or any other great ®ilk producing area in Europe,’’ Dr. OuigUn Raid. "Mulberry trees planted in Texas soils furnish more food for the worms at six months*Of age than they do after two or three I years growth hi France. Nllk which II have produced bene has tested out to be finer, stronger quality than any 11 have seen from any part of the j WOTld.” The Central and South American countries have been closely watching .the progress of the silk industry here. Dr. Osigian said he had orders from a South American country for I$100,000 worth of trees. Mrs. John Nichols died at Stonewall Saturday. The funeral was held Munday. Interment at Stonewall cemetery. Deceased and her family formerly resided at Konawa, moving to Stonewall three ears ago. Another Ada boy must be added to the list of those who made the supreme sacrifice, on the fields of France, in defense of Democracy. Gray E. Whisenhunt. who enlisted among the very first and who accompanied General Persliing to France, wa3 killed on the field of battle October 4. The positive information did not reach his parents in this city until Jan. 4. and as several rumors had been current relative to his case the matter was shrouded in doubt until I Monday morning. He was a member of the famous 16th Infantry and was in action nearly throughout the en- ! tire American campaign. His regiment was cit«*d for bravery, and he had been wounded at least twice before his death. I This is the sixth young man. former students or the East Central State -Normal who died during service. Their names follow':    Gray E. his- enhunt, Ernest Cassidy, Willie E. j Lewis. Noman V. Howard. Percy I I Barton, and Charles Cottingham. Gray E. Whisenhunt was a young ; man of exemplary habits, a good student, courteous and considerate among his associates. He louies a mother, father and sister to mourn his untimely death. However, no young man could have mi^t the future under more holy and righteous conditions. He was intensely patriotic. He preferred to sleep among the Hines of France than that Germanism should reign. The News extends earnest sympathy to the bereaved family. New Items For The I Jfcto »£*&>'lr #1 ■‘Xii. 35c Percale, sale price yd25c 35c Outing, sale price yd 25c 9-4 Wear Well Bleached Sheeting. Better.than Pep-perel.: Sale Price, yd. 50c One Lot of Ladies’ $1.00 Bleached- .Unions. > Sale Price l .....75c Bargains Galore—Come In See Us rf? ■i—u V DEPARTMENT STORE S.M. SHAW, PROP. RHOME 77    Established    In    1002 AOA, OKLA. CAMP TAYLOR TURNING IF OOT LAST GRADUATES OE ORGANIZED HERE Ay the Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 13.—The Central field officers training school at Camp Zachary Taylor, which has J. B. Hill has received a notice from the United States Department of Agriculture to organize in each 4H#fH l H *    MASH    MKKTINC » Mass meeting at the city ; hall this evening at 7:30 to con-] sider the matter of shedding » cotton stored at compresses. I The public urged to attend. ♦ H HH44I HMH I I    4    11 NEM GOVERNOR TAKEN OFFICE* -OUTLINES IX)! JCT HS OF ADMINISTRATION.    I been in process of liquidation since | coinm 11 * n this county what shall be known as County and Community Farm Councils. The purpose of this organization shall be to promote and develop all lines of agriculture in the community and county in which organized, and to co-operate with the United States Department of Agriculture and all other interests tending toward the welfare of the farmer and farm life. All those interested are urgently requested to be present at the meeting which will be held at the city hall in Ada Friday. January 17, at I p. in. Invite all of your neighbors to attend with you. the signing of the armistice, within the next four weeks will have graduated the last of its student body and ended its existence. At the time the armistice was signed there were about 15,000 students in the school and each week a graduating class of from twelve to fifteen hundred were being turned out. * After hostilities ceased students given their choice of being discharged or finishing the course and being commissioned into the army reserve. A considerable number of the students elected to finish the course. Lightning Calculation. An eminent elect ricfjMi hi** figure! •nu the horsepower «*f a lightning tbi^h The .amount of light given by st sing!* lightning fin sh Is sufficient t*» Ilium! nato »n aren two miles aquate with at average Illumination of on** candle To produce such an illumination, bt estimate* tin- expenditure of IH.OtX borne po i or for our second would bi requited. Jan. 13. Paid for Listening. For 123 years a sermon has bee* J preached in Hendon (Eng.) po rial j church on the text. "Human life lf ; buhl* e.” Bichord Johnson, who diet , In 17P5, left the master* and warden* j of the Stationers* company trust***** 011     r .    _ r . ,, „ bis estate, and out of the 'interest ;h*! VI. HI- «f HMH tau HUS Ul'Wv, ..UM* 7 , !!, ‘     J - rp “ Siilnt-n tor iimirbint; flits wnmm .U|‘ i. ,    ...    , t    .    Shortly before I o’clock today Okla-> Ii . ‘•T 1 **    “    ‘'“""H    governor,    J.    B.    A. RobX >o> I 0 tim.nln* <0 It.    ,    orison, WHS administered the oath oft —............................ office at a joint session of the house* Born Before His    Mother*.    and senate in the house chamber \ celebrated jRXn»'*s Hicarinblylcapitol. The inaugural parade,, !:i no    d t*» la- eighteen    vnirs     in which 1,500 national ’guardsmen partUipated preceded the inauguration, which wlll end tohlght with thai inkiigural ball at the capitol The hew governor’s inaugural- ad-* dresk was malfil/ an oiltllbe of the policies he fciU pursue during th«! next four years and followed closely the genera! outline of the legislative! message which he will deliver to both, houses tomorrow. Rpbertaon called attention to his, campaign pledge against handicap-' ping the development of the state’s natural resources and declared: "the 1 ti Hue bus passed when capital cab be baited and penalized,” and promised legislative action along these lines. Among the things the governor declared in his address that he will advocate were a constitutional amend-! ment for the establishment of a budget system, measures for improvement of the state common school system and a plan for promoting home ownership in Oklahoma. rl»l»; she rug)) WI***. -She Wile **U’U*d n* the gitiMW "UuimI moo <ln.v. mid **vi»f» there 'Hm* did not Gretrfc her rule. It happens! 1t1.1t lier i*«*n was catted immediately afterward, end on Iretfig tsked fiis ag** ie* replied: “Nix mourns • •Iller    Ilia ti    H*y    mot her.”—Boston I'mnscript. Copied Frtcn Nature. Ideas for the colors In the best Scotch tweeds are found in tin* bed of the river Garry, hi the Pas* of Kit-lieminkie. Granite, porphyry and jas* |H>r are found there in rich n»ds. ghvjrs ami greens, t»«*auYlfutljr mottled and mixed la finely contrasted colors. The fii*sf order of tw«s*ds sent to London in bulk was six pieces of blae’.* and white check tmole In Peebles. I IM* ll iod lr: th possihli* 1*» process Pl ever, | lit* f most et * l soon atle. Go Atm It i ria) im and ira w; *r i -o fat I IL f 3 me an try the I r*. how-* making eoutifltl I ices *iise< »ven*d. An Ancient Custom. The amice was a long cloak worn by priests and pilgrims in olden days and is still preserved la the strips of embroidery worn over the shoulders of Roman Catholic priest* and in th* white hands of Protestant clergy. Human Fruitage. Nature dot s not bear fruit for herself, but f° r dint!. The branch does not bear the rich clusters for its own appetite, oar fruitage must be for mankind. Your aim Im it mist alt en me lf y«»n are decking spiritual comfort, quiet satisfaction, Joy here ai)d hereafter. Ju^t for your own little self. — (’bristInn Herald. F'sr, Attacks Ship. An .* rack made by ii swordfish on a jlilp which Arri xiii ut a port in India resulted In cuHHlderuhl# damage to Hie vessel. Til* ship was entirely stripped of her metal sheeting lh the encounter. The creature made a hole on the port side, penetrating through a mass of cop|n*r ami for fourteen Inches Into solid oak pli nk and timber. v \ Cave v < Mi# to Urb ber. Vulcan!/ if *■ tea- nil all rubber artic’*** ar*- in* *• vaimni.:e*l--*was first ina«lo at \\ o!»uc!). n.-i- )v Charles fkpslyeai* ah* O' I *'.    I’,    «.*    tai led his first patent in that year, after he had spent y< aas ii. « .peri*,.{TailLug and had reduced bls family to e it re;rn* pov-erty. Before 184! rubber had b«*en us* *1 f**r various purp**s* 4 as a soft, sticky gum, but was of comparatively little value. An Obstacle. for most pts*ple an obstacle is some* thing in the way to Mop going on. hut* for General Armstrong It merely rn en flit something t.o climb over. and lf b«* enu'd not cl hub all tin* way over In* would get up us b’gb as possible and then crow!—General Marshal. BUY SHEETS NOW! QUICK CLEARANCE IS THE WORD 11    '    '    '    ‘    '****'        1    ,     } ,    .......... ,    ,    ,    ,i If you need Sheets now is the time to buy • * them. Genuine Mohawk Seamless Sheets, Size 81X *90. Quick Clearance Price__________$1.45 : Genuine Utica seamless Sheets, Sizes 72X90 and 81X90, Quick Clearance Price $1.45 When you buy these brands of sheets you are getting the best to be had. Come And See What These Values Mean! The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. ' Phone 117 * /

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