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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®be  •V ■rf'*' o',j «’ v  ••%".* ,K'  gpaggfpg  *»* T^vrv v '    -■•-•-  f>-'    *■*    *    V-    -  VOLUME XV.  NUMBER 260  ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY.  January Clearance  PRICES THIS WEEK  , i* rn ; iL.    .......  Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats Men’s and Boys’ Mackinaws Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters  Ladies’ Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Furs  BLANKETS MILLINERY CHILDREN’S COATS  EXTRA SPECIAL  Ladies’ Whitleather Black Hose 15c a pair  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  ULI SIMES  •I'ON SID Kit TH KY AUK KNTITLED BOI TO LARGER REPRESENTATION  1  ■ AT PRACK TA BLK.  IST’S PIT DOWN, BLT ITH TQLL AND PROPERTY DAMAGK HBAIX  I* *  By lh** A scoriat« d 1‘reM*  PARIS, Jan. IS,—While apportionment demands to the peace congress have not yet been officially [ made known the list published after Monday’s session of the supreme council has caused an unfavorable impression upon some mission, according to the French press. Serbians and Belgians are notably dissatisfied with the giving of three representatives to Brazil whle they are permitted only two each.  By the Annodated Press  BERLIN. Jan. 15.—Berlin's long week of bolshevism has finally ended. Here and there scattered desperadoes Are occasionally from housetops and daring night attempts are made by small bands of Uebnecht’s followers to revive the reign of terror. Losses on both sides are as yet only roughly estimated but will probably amount to 200 killed and 1,004) wounded, of which the overwhelming majority are bolshevists. Property losses during the week amounted to tens of millions of marks.  WILSON FIRM AGAINST SOUK CLAIMS FOR TBH*  unroll y.  CONGRESS TAKING DRASTIC' ACTION TO CLHB STRAH K DISTURBANCES.  By the Annodated Pre**  LONDON, Jan. 15.—In commenting upon the conference between Premier Orlando of Italy and President Wilson last Friday, persons in touch with the Italian mission de-cluqg the premier was surprised at Wilson’s attitude, according to a Paris correspondent. The correspondent says Wilson was firm in his refusal to recognize Italian claims beyond Trieste and Trent anti reported Wilson refused to give way to the Italian project for claiming the Dalmatian coast as well as Flume.  By dj* Ashvm iatcd Pre**  ■DENOS AIRES. Jan. 15-Martial law {may become effective throughout thiWcountry today if the Senate acts favorably on the bill passed yesterday by the Chamber providing for milftary control for a period of thirty day's. Five provinces have asked foritroop protection. At Rosaro and neighboring cities the situation is grate.  WIW. AND CIRCLE INSTALL OFFICERS  The Woodmen and Wood mea Circle of Ada installed officers Tuesday evening in their hall on East 12th street. The W. O, W. were installed by Sovereign Miller of t [^Sovereign Camp. Mrs. Fletcher acting as installing officer for the Circle. After the installation was completed, some musical numbers were rendered. among them a song by Mr. Fletcher Refreshments were served.  The officers of the W. O. W. were as follows:    A.    W.    Wadlmgton, past  consul commander; R. Hugh Bennett, consul commander; J. E. Watson, advisor lieutenant; W. M. Coyne, G. Montgomery and T. D. Bingham,  managers, H. J. Huddleston, banker, C. B. Cunning, clerk. Wiley Jeter, watchman, and R. E. Estes, sentry The Cirri* 1  officers installed were as follow-:    Mrs.    W. B. Adair, guard  ian, Mrs Paul Allen, clerk; Mrs. I Rowzee, banker; Mrs. Lilly Cole, at-jtendant; Miss Freddie Sneed, asj-ist- 1  ant attendant; Mrs. T. Herndo®, inner sentry; Mrs. MoElree, outer son-ICinel; Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Henson. I managers; Dr*. Craig and Cummings, physicians; Mr*. Boud. musician  I ---------  j Let a Want Ad get it for you.  E  Baby’s Dimples  IVe    know how to  get ’em. Phone for appointment.  Stairs Studio  PHONE 34  THE CHEERFUL CHERUP  Sometimes my Future.  frightens me It looks 50 dh-rk arid .strange arid v^st •— I think Id like to turn around And just go .sneaking to my pa.3t.  WC*"*?  Fair weather is the forecast for  Thursday.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  PRESCRIPTIONS I  —now just a word in regard to your —prescriptions.  * —we fill ^ny 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 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.  STOCKHOLM. Jan. 15. * Hunger \ riots occurred in Peirograd Saturday »and Sunday, according to advices here. Ten thousand people paraded the streets shouting for bread and J wi re fired upon by the bolshevists, j Crowds are reported to have asked it he soldiers to fire upon them.  i    —_____________________________  I RILL FOK BI DGET  NY NT KM Is I NTItODI ( ED.  j OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Jan. 15.  While a resolution introduced in the senate by Senator Fleming, proposing a constitutional amendment, does not propose a budget system, it is understood to embody ideas of IGovernor Robertson for the budget | system suggested by him. Tho proposed constitutional amendment provides that all departments make csti—  | mates for expenses, give statement of j resources and give all such information to the governor, who shall at the convening of the Legislature prepare “budget bills,“ with duplicate copies for House and Senate of all appropriations to he asked for. In the work of making estimates and compiling the bills, the governor shall have the I privilege of employing expert help in accounting or auditing to assist him tin arriving at amounts of money to be recommended for appropriation by ; the legislature.  It is the idea ot the author that j such a plan may revolutionize the |system of making estimates for State expense*, but Senator Fleming says | he has inspected the systems used in I other states and incorporated some of the point sof each. Governor Robertson recommended a ’budget system’, but made no suggestion of the : details by which it could be established.  MORF STATES RATIFY  fly th** Annodated Pres*  ! DEMOINES, la., Jan. 15.—The owa legislature today ratified the ederal prohibition amendment.  I DENVER, Colo., Jan. 15.—The Senate of the Colorado legislature toga yadopted the resolution already adopted by the house, ratifying the federal prohibition amendment.  MADISON, Wis., Jan. 15.—The jhouse today ratified the federal prohibition amendment. The ratification Resolution comes up Friday in the house.  A CORRECTION.  The News stated a few days ago that Mrs. A. P. Middleton of Francis had settled her damage suit against the Frisco for the death of her husband at $1,000. However, an unsigned communication from Francis stating that the amount was $20,000 and asking that the correction be made.  muons yr  CH (TIMEn PROMINENT PLACK IN PROGRAM OF PEACE CON El THENCE.  fly th** Associated Pre*#  FARIS, Jan. 15. With resumption today of meetings preliminary to lie* peace conference it is apparent that the movement to create a league of nations is being carried on by two forces having the same object but differing as to means. One represents the contention that the league's decision must he backed by combined physiacl force while the other represents the view that the league’s findings can be enforced without aid of a common world police force. Diplomats seem much impressed, however, with the fact that both ideas are moving toward a common ground.  Work before today’s session of the supreme council comprised the completion of allotment of delegates to the various nations and further delving into the question of whether Russia shall be admitted to the larger body when it convenes. The program agreed upon calls for primacy consideration of league of nations project.  STONEWALL OPENS EMERGENCY HOSPITAL  The influenza situation in aud around Stonewall has become so critical that an emergency hospital has been established. In response t# a call from Stonewall Red Cross the Ada Red Cross sent down a lot of supplies Tuesday.  When the situation at Ada was so had some months ago, very few cases were reported from Stonewall and the Red Cross of that place sent a liberal supply of needed articles for use In the hospital here, but during the past two or three weeks the community has been hit hard and many leases have resulted fatally.  WE HAVE STARTED OUR SALE OF  METTS OVERCOATS—ALSO LADIES’ READY-TO-WEAR  Garments of quality which are  $ t i t **.    *  the Shaw’s Shops are known among the people here of discriminating taste.  Men’s Garments  $20.00 Garments Now $16.00 $25.00 Garments Now $27.50 Garments Now $30.00 Garments Now $35.00 Garments Now $40.00 Garments Now  $20.00  $22.00  $24.00  $28.00  $32.00  LADIES* GARMENTS  $15.00  $20.00  $25.00  $27.50  $30.00  $35.00  $40.00  $45.00  Garments  Germants  Garments  Garments  Garments  Garments  Garments  Garments  Now  Now  Now'  Now  Now  Now  Now  Now  $11.25  $15.00  $18.75  $20.65  $22.50  $26.25  $30.00  $33.75  25 % Discount on  Boy’s Suits and Overcoats  *  Everything to Wear.  EPaptmektstore  “t’OXF 77  S. Af. SHAW. PROP.  Established In 1002  ADA, OKLA.  ll-HlTIITIitW  10,0  FOR RELIEF WORK  By til**    Pres*  FARIS, Jan. 15. The supreme council on supply and relief, engaged for the last three days in consider  ing situations in liberated countries stretching from Poland to Armenia, J has concluded that the minimum nec-j essary to feed these countries till I next summer is $400,000,000. The bulk of foodstuffs must come from I the United States where payments to be made are expected to greatly exceed the $100,000,000 appropriation asked by President Wilson.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  A Quick Clearance  of Men’s Woolen Union Suits  At Pronounced Savings  STRIKE PARALYZES  PERUVIAN BUSI NUSS.  By the Austriatrd Pig*#  LIMA, Peru, Jan. 15.—Business is paralyzed and several clashes be— I tween mobs and troops occurred as ! the result of the general strike de-I tiered yesterday. Maritime workers auh traffic men are idle.  .U RY IN RODDIE  CASH NOT COMPLETED  The Jury in the Roddie case was not complete at the hour of going to press. The regular venire was exhausted and a special venire of IOO men summoned. From this number it is believed that the jury can be completed.  One lpt Mens’ Woolen Munsing Union Suits, all sizes, former price $5, Quick djo AC Clearance price......«PO*T«J  These are Priced for Immediate Clearance  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  JI5-117 West Main St.  ' Phone 117    !   

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