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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 262. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Clearance Ladies' Substantial Price Reduction on every Fall and Winter Garment in the many at less than wholesale cost FIRST SHOWING OF SPRING MERCHANDISE Ladies' Spring Suits and Dresses just received from New York a look STEVENS-WILSON CO. i ___ SKVKKAL HU.MHU'li) I..OSB 1AVKK AS KKSULT 01'" ACCIDENT IX MKD1THUUAX P.j- i i ROME. Jan. 17.--The French 'steamer Chaproi lias struck a. floating mine in the strait at Mesina, sinking in :i I'ow Five hundred pas- sengers, mostly G rooks and Russiunc. wore ilrownod. Anotlior stoiinior sav- ed about ISO of those aboard. Testimony in the Roddie, case will probably all be in. late tills afternoon. At the hour of going to press the de- fense was nutting character witness- es on 1.1 .and. Most of Saturday will jJy be..taken up with argu- ments by the attorneys. The slate rested its case Tuesday afternoon and several witnesses for tlio defense testified. 'Mrs. McGraw testified llmt ?he helped cut the AGREEMENT REACHED B TWKKN FOCH AXD GER- MAN DELEGATES. clothes oft oi1 ilio Associated Press i. i i AMSTERDAM, arm- ?he helped cut the between the allies and Germany the deceased and was an affreemnt to Berlia dispatch re. MOKE ITltLICITV PKACK KK.vci-: TO MBS. tiKOKGK W. PATTERSON Jirs. Annio Belli? Patterson, wife of G. W. Patterson, died at early this morning at their home on rtie Kiichbock place Ada. Death resulted from an attack of pneumon- ia. Funeral arrangements have not been announced. Deceased was 33 years ot age and her husband and three chil- dren. CHEERFUL CM T listen to tKt wind-blown trees 5ob so softly t.il How brave tHey are, I fc.lwo.y-s trvinrs. To turn their mourning into DEEP TESIS FOR ALLEN OIL FIELDS The people of 'he AlU-u district, like those in the Graham district, haTe for a long time past been firm believers in their as an oil territory. It now seems that every offon is made to RiTe this dis- trict a fair test and decide once and for nil if there Is really oil In pay- ing quantities to be found in that neighborhood. A prominent oil man who is in a position to know the ex- istiim conditions, advances the the- ory that oil in larpe quantities will ho found if drilling -will deep This man thinks that pay- in s; sand will be struck at a depth of about 2.SOO feet. One well, tho Stabb-McMann was drilled to a rtt-pth of 2.100 foot and struck two uood sands, one at a depth of 1.100 and the other at Tho well now has stray sand and salt water. H is tho m-noral belief that tho sand was just missed and that another tost will bo made in a different location. Ardmoreite. I'.y tin- 1'ivss PARIS. Jan. 17. At the instance of President Wilson, tho supreme in- ter allied council decided today to hold in abeyance the proposed rule for virtual secrecy regarding its de- liberations, hoyoml information giv- en in official statements. It was also decided to request iho president that representatives from Croat Britain, tho United States and Italy to pie- sent some plan for reporting tho meeting. The phin will lie presented lo the peace delegates tomorrow. PAK1S. .Ian. i question concerning Kussia cntinues to bo tho most important before Ihe supremo council ul the peace conference. Tlio problem at present concerns how and when sho shall be represented before tho conferenc, for the prevailing opinion is that she must be repro-j sontod. The position of tho council today as regards publicity methods an- considered as likely to be modi- will bbe ndinitted Saturday to hear Prosidont Poincare's speech to tho v.ul..-.- j been extended, an agreemnt. to wall him practically all thet.no, un- d b Mathias til his death which occurred ubout b com: o'clock. She stated that he was in at Troves, ]ato Wednesday, his slm-tsloevos and that she saw ..o to weapon 0! any nmd on or about him. .Mr. Hicks testified that when Harton neie' saw Roddio !io raised liis left hand but could not tell whether it was I meant Tor a blow or not. but that ho Isoemod to bo grubbing at tho nun Ithat Roddie had. Hi; stated ilu-ro wore throo shots, .loo McKlroath tesiified that four shots lirod and on hearing tlio fir.U shot ho immediately ran across tlii! street to soo what tho trouble was. Barton begun to fall aboui tho third shot and was falling back all the lime. When Barton fell be help- oil carry him to tho sanitarium and thoro helped cut his clothing, but he did not sec any weapon. Mr. K.Uillo testilied that he saw Barton leaning asainst one of the show windows of the Hollow building. He Bar- ton's left arm coining up from his side, also saw Koddie with gun in hai-.d. Was one of the first to get 10 Barton after he had fallen. John Rawls testified that Barton was in Bart Smith's drug store getting some change off of the counter and that Koddie passed by and looked in and when Barton saw Roddie ho made an attempt to striko Rodi'.ie and saw Koddio pull a gun out of his pocket. ho warned him not to do that and about that time Koddio had tired. He stated that ho drew his own pistol ami that ho and Walter Coyne made tho arrest. Mr. Criswell, the under- taker showed the jury the location of four wounds on tho body of Bar- ton. Photographs of the body wove introduced as evidence. Walter Goyne for tho defense stat- ed how tho trouble commenced in the court rooY.i and that C. O. Bar- ton went to iho phono in the county attorney's office, but thnt he could I.IKIJK.NKCHT AXD HOSA LUXEM- MEET VIOLENT DEATHS IX JJEKUX. I'.y i in- AsMu-iMti'J l'ivss HERLIX, Jan. Karl Lieb- knocht and Rosa Luxemburg have been killed. When it became known yesterday Liebknecht and Rosa Lux- emburg were at the hotel Eden in the western part of Berlin a crowd congregated and stoned the building defeating an attempt by the troops to save Fra'ulein Luxemburg. She was beaten into insensibility and thrown into an automobile. A few blocks down t-he street a boarded the running board of the car and shot her through the head. Liebknecht was killed by a guard wnen he at- tempted to escape while on the road to prison. Fair and warm forecast for Saturday. is the weather FIITIEHIE1OT VICTIMS Final Clearance AliLadies's Coats and Suits Children's Included DO NOT LET THIS ALL HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE One Lot of Skirts 14 off One Lot of Skirts Off BASEMENT SPECIAL One lot of Enamel Ware all good Items. Saturday choice---------------------------- PHONE 77 S.M.SHXW, PROP: UstiibHshed in 10O9 ADA, OKLA. .MISKTA.N HIOA1) OK NATION. his son Percy, and that they searched the court house for Roddio but could not tmd him. Ho stated that Barton was using violent language all the while. Ho immediately phoned Hod- die- that ho bad better go home, that Ihe Bartons were looking for him. He then saw Koddie in Drummond Alderson's store gelling some collars and thnt he went in and told him that lie had hotter go home and that j Koddie replied fi.U he would. He left him in i'oe clothing store. He stated that Burton raised his left, hand as if to catch bold of Roddio and that three shots were fired, and that lie immediately arrested Roddie. A. C. Chaney testified that ho saw C. 0. Barton and his son hunting for Roddie in tho court house and that he was making threats. lly ihi1 Asso.-hlti-d i'l-csn PARIS, Jan. -Jan 1'ad- erewski, polish loader, and Conoral Pilsnrski. military dictator of Po- land, have reached an uKreoiuont whereby cabinet reconstruction with Padorowskl at tho tiead is expected soon, according to a statement out at Polish national hcadiiuartors here tonight. Baby's Dimples We know how to get 'em. Phone for appointment, Stall's Studio PHONE 34 mm RELIEF Bill IB SENATE A good crowd of farmers and town j people mot at the City Hall thisafter- jnonn 10 organize a County Council, an organization to foster belter farming, better business and a more prosperous county M. White, former WASHINTiTON. Jan. 17. -The House bill appropriating 000 desired by Prosidont Wilson to relieve starvation in Europe and check tho Bolshevism was reported to tho Senate today by Democratic I agent for the eastern district, is here loador Martin with tho tho appropriations UL ll> rv u N Mrs. Mildred Delt, a nurse in the i distress am sanitarium ,was in Ban Smith's anj Drug Store at tho time of iho shoot- i inu-. but saw only the last two shots. She also helped dress and nurse his wounds. Ho asked her repeatedly if he was -oing to die. He stated that he was not afraid to die. About three in tho afternoon ho rallied and want- ed to know it ho would be able to go back to camp. They replied that they wore doini; all they could for him. Claude Pitt stated that he was lean- ing on the show case when tho first shot was tired and that it struck tho pianr case. Dr. Threlkold testified i hat Burton made a statement to the effect ho did not know that Koddio was going to shoot. That Roddie had L.-OI him but that ho would have got- ten him if Roddio had not been so quiclr; He also made the statement that "ho knocked and kicked my dad around and that he was going to have it out with him man to man. Dr. Fnust testified similarly to Dr. OKLAHOMA CITV, Jan. Oklahoma State Council of Defense is ursed by the Council of National Defense to land Its earnest support to the Near West Relief campaign which will be wag- ed in Oklahoma Fen. 3-10. In a wire to the State Council. Grosvenor B. Clar-kson, director of the field division of the Council of National Defense, says: "We endorse and ask your support for the campaten now being con- ducted by the American committee for relief in the Near East to raise to relieve the unparallel- aong Armenians, Syrians This campaign has a governmental status in that the re- lief which in the Near East can be financed by private contributors alone will be administered under the supervision of Herbert Hoover, as director general of international re- lief." President Wilson has just cabled: "The appropriation asked of con- m-oss for handling food relief is not intended in any way to take the place of the subscriptions being ask- ed for relief and rehabilitation in the Near East. I hope Hint this sub- scription will not in any way be in- terrupted or reduced. The need is immediate and very great." Director ClaVkson asks the Oklaho- ma State Council of Defense to ar- range for all possible assistance from its entire organization. OFF EEBR9ARY 1 B.T ilii- Associated Press...' WASHINGTON, and price regulations on coke and all coal except Pennsylvania anthracite, were suspended today by the fuel ad- ministration effective'February 1. PKOMINKXT INDIAN DIES AT ATOKA Henry Bond, treasurer of Atoka county, died Thursday at his home at Atoka. Deceased was one of the most prominent Indians in the, state I RAPID DEMOBILIZATION OF HOME FORCES NOW. WASHINGTON, Jan. bilization of combat units in the United States has been ordered, General March, chier of staff, told the house military-committee today. This means, he added, that unit of the army in. the United States with the exception of two reg- ular regiments held for police duty at e.ach camp, has been ordered de- mobilized. and was well known and lecturer. as a minister men BEING BROUGHT HOME Bj- the Assocl.itoJ Press WASHINGTON, Jan. transport Mellta1, bringing 300 offi- cers and 1300 men will arrive at Boston, January 21 and the transport Orizaba with 100 officers and 2600 aboard will be at Ne wYork (January 23. ral agent for this district and now treneral. John Threldkeld. A bullet that was found .Strict aerlcullu- under iho body was shown to tho Senator Martin announced ho would call up the measure tomorrow and leaders of both parties predicted its prompt passage. PRESCRIPTIONS I 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. 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 Grtin Mays Drug Co. to assist in the organization. Prof. U. T. Meok, livestock specialist for the lioys Clubs of the state, and M. i R. Uentloy, engineer, are horn to be of any service thoy can. The mooting was called to order by Mr, and addresses wero made by the visitors and others interested iu the movement. The object of the mooting, as explained by Mr. White, was to begin the ovmiiiinatlon. Com- munity Councils can be formed laLor :uid tho beneficial lesults will in this way go to every locality. Such or- ganizations have- been formed in sev- eral counties in the southeastern part of tho state- and such an organi- zation is soon to bo formed in every county in Oklahoma. It will do, in a way. for the county in peace what the County Council of Defense has done for Hie counly in war. Among the veiling speakers and organizers is George Vinson, who ad- di'nssecl tliii meeting. Carl Williams, editor of the Okla- homa Stockman, was expected, but was detained by a case of flu. 
                            

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