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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma CCiie §t*a Cbettftttt VOLUME XV. NUMBER 259 ADA, OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY January Clearance PRICES THIS WEEK Mens and Boys’ Overcoats Men’s and Boys’ Mackinaws Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters Ladies' Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, W aists and Furs BLANKETS MILLINERY CHILDREN’S COATS EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies* Whitleather Black Hose 15c a pair STEVENS-WILSON CO. \l.l. NATIONS AT WAH WITH OKUM \Nt W11J 4 I *1 ti IHA Kl«Y IIH Ll cognized. I’.' I hi* Vssiti IhOmI Press PARIS, Jan. ti. Russia may be represented, together with all other nations that Wept* engaged in war against Germany, at the first formal nit el sue e; tin peace 'conference. Whe!he: Kus. la will have a detega-ti lt probably will be decided in the next meet mg preliminary lo tin* eon-'!h . r.h s vs ill be held tomorrow, The rirst quest ion coming b fore the actual p ae* roo geos-, will be the propost <t lea: 1 in* o! nations ami if became know ii it ii :> u i planned u> devote twelve l».oui s daily to this work, si nee ssaiy, unti: it is on the road to completion. Marshal Po Ii is Unlay on the way ti* Tho es to meet tin* Herman delegates and las down tel ins for armistice tAt- nsien. There was a dispou-t ion ai v * ."I* i day’s donterence to make the » \tension terms more drastic than at iii t proposed, but this was not earned out. President Wilson had decided to communicate during the conference,- to th* Am* m an people through a publicity agent who will confer with representatives of American newspapers of whom there are over IOO in Paris. A joint communique of all nations at the conference will be issued ami this will be the ole official outgiving of news concerning the proceedings, MW THM4 NATION OF PFAFF PLANS ON It FTT RN TO am Finn. |tv th*' Associated Press I ARIS, Jan. 14. President Wilson is considering a speaking tour on his return home. It is said the trip will take him into many ot the principal cities and he may possibly touch the Pacific coast. Tlans are not yet matured but if is believed he had discussed them with his adorers. II HIK ii sib It ASIS OF RERPEKE NATATION AT PLACK CONFERENCES AGREED I ININ. New Items For The NCE SAL A .sin-int i ii Pres** PARIS, Jan. 14.- Fiance, Great Britain, Italy and Japan each will have five representatives in the peace congress, it was decided today by the supreme council. Brazil was given ' three representatives, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Poland, Czecho-Slovakia, Rumania and China were assigned two each. The British Domnions, it was decided, will be represented apart from Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and India to have one delegate each. President Poincare will open the plen j ary session of the peace congress Saturday with an address after which j officers will be* elected. IO One of the most momentous meetings ever held in this county is to come off Friday afternoon, according to J. B. Hill, County Farm Demonstration agent. At th.s time an organization is to be perfected for the betterment of conditions in general throughout the county. County and Community Farm Con Mil? are to be organized, each community to have an organization and these community organizations to merge into one large organization for the county. John M. White, former district agricultural agent for this district and now agent for the eastern district, will be here to assist Mr. Hill in forming this organization. Mr. White is one of th** he.-t informed men along agricultural lines in the state, aud there are few men who can be of more assistance to the farmers of this county, Mr. Hill says that lo* wants several ; oi the business men to be present • Friday, at I o'clock. Those who i have the interest of the county at heart should he on hand to assist in every way possible in advancing this organization, it will do for peace time* what the Council of Defense has done in war. Baby’s Dimples IVe know how to get ’em. Phone for appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE JU SPA IIT ACA NS APPARENTLY \ AKIM. STRENGTH IN ALL PARTS OF country. Bv t In* v **vii.-Lit. J Pre**-* BERLIN, Jan. It. Order has been completely restored In cities outside of Berlin where the Spart-av ans had established themselves according to reports here today. Span-i dan. which is under martial law' is quiet. Forty-five holshvists have been arrested, one of the leaders killed and several wounded. Spartacan laders at Hamburg have hfcn arrested as at Dresden. Tuesday and 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_____________75c Bargains Galore-—Come In See Us DEPA PTM ENT STORE PHONE TI S.M. SHAW, PROP. -famished in 11X12 ADA, CNLA. Let a Want Ad get it for you. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB I feel bo blue , de^r Res.de.r-friend t I tell you whvt lets do- Lets h^ve you? eke cr me up todfcjy Instead of me cheer you XLU FN NAME TERMS ON WHICH EXTENSION WILL RF 4 IRA NT 1*11). Fair day is the outlook for Wednesday. 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 U'bot ic WHnt Pf! - we make filling your PRESCRIPTION our main 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 Gwin Mays Drug Go. Berlin, Dec. 25 (Correspondence of The Associated Press ) Forty million voters, men and women, must be registered for the election of a national assembly In Germany on January 19. it is estimated by Professor Hugo Preuss. Minister of the Interior. In the last Re I cha tag election the voters, all male, numbered only 14,000.000 he says. They were scattered over 397 election districts. The ne a* election bill provides for onl> 38 such districts for the whole country which, Professor Preuss adds, means more than a million voters in each district. Professor Preuss is one of the few prominent leaders of the progressive Btirgeoisie who was given an important post in the provisional government. In an interview with a correspondent of The Associated Press he pointed out the technical difficulties in the* way of organizing 40,000,000 voters in time for the election and added: "The constituent assembly should be thoroughly representative and its mandate above suspicion. We therefore are proceeding with great caution. The new' suffrage franchise which will be tried out at the coming clectios Is based on a direct, equal, secret ballot for all males and females of twenty years and over. We are now- engaged in issuing writs for the election for which fully 40,000,-000 men and women will qualify. Bv tin Associated Press PARIS, Jan. 14.- Economic terms I approved by today's session supreme ' war council to be imposed as a condi- j tlon tor the extension of the armistice to Germany provide that Germany shall hand over to the allies cargo steamers in German and other ports, restitution of all machinery taken from invaded regions, and strict compliance with the na\al requirements of the original armistice. No questions will be raised regarding allied occupation of German ports nor allied intervention in Poland, the latter question being postponed. Marshal Foch left tonight for Treves to meet the German delegates, PHYSICAL DEFECTS IN AMERICAN CNIEDREN BRITISH TROOP SHIP DISABLED NEAU VLADIVOSTOK, By tin* Associated Press VLADIVOSTOK. Jan. 14. — The big troop ship Protesilius has sent out wireless appeals for assistance. She broke her propeller but the latest re- 1 ports said all on board w'ere safe. The British cruiser Kent has gone to her assistance. GEORGE It. SHELDON DIES FROM INJURIES By iii** Associated Press NEW YORK. Jan. 14.—Geo. R. Sheldon, financier and former treasurer of the national republican committee, died today at Carbondale, IIL, of injuries received in a mine accident recently near that city. Word of his death was received at his office here. Bv tin* A ss,,Hat* ii Press CHICAGO, Jan. 14 Fifty per cent of the 25,000,000 boys and girls of school ag** have physical detects that Impede normal development. Willard S. Small. School Hygiene specialist of the Federal Bureau of Education, said in an address today before the American Public Health Association. | After declaring that the nation’s need of "physical education” is imperative. the speaker pointed out that 2,590.000 men in the first draft were disqualified for active military service because of physical defects, and I added: "Being unfit for military service. | they w*ere therefore unfit to render ; full service in any capacity. They were unable to get full returns from I lige in work and happiness.” The physical education needed , must assume physical activity as the ; “One of the principal details of the basic thing, the speaker added. There radical reconstruction of our Voting mu *I be wholesome physical envi-svstern is the original compilation of ronment, individual physical ♦ xami- voters I nation and record, and medical su- j a list of the qualified women I Then the work of cataloguing the millions of returning soldiers that ; are taking up new residence* is also contributing heavily to th** task Of organizing the election. "Our aim is to make this popular expression of the new democracy thoroughly representative and comprehensive.” SIV TRANSPORTS LEAVE FRANCE FOR AMERICA. By til** Associated Brea* WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 The sailing of six transports from France bringing 2,000 officers and men is announced. pervision of schools. “It should provide for all persona between six and 18 years of age. It should extend its benefits to youth above the compulsory school age. It should provide federal aid. to permit states to carry on effective systems of physical education. This federal aid should be limited to preparation of teachers for skilled service and payment for skilled service. “The program proposed will raise the positive co-efficient of the physical life of the nation. It will build morality upon the solid foundation of physical soundness and vitality. It will be a powerful influence in Americanization.” BUY SHEETS NOW! QUICK CLEA BANCE IS THE Wimp I f you need Sheets now is the time to buy them. Genuine Mohawk Seamless Sheets, Size SIX 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!
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