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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XV. NUMBER 265 TUESDAY, JANUARY TWO CENTS THK COPY i', VI MEN'S TffQUSER SPECIALS i NATIONS XBXT. I'AUIO. question was again considered bj i supreme council of the peace ci fereace when it met today at iu- o'clock. There was a full attendai for this meeting. I'AHIS. Jan. 21......The peace con- ference now lias (he Russian situa- tion under active and continued ev- while plans for a lenRiK Of nation? are being fart brought in-I to shape and were expected to be taK-, on under geiu-i-al consideration loi tho lime when the supreme council reassembled today. The latest i information available to the corres- pondents was that all associated gov- lormnents were prepared for presen- tation of their memoranda on the Kus-iia nsit nation in response to the lor them issued last Saturday. Prudent Wilson had in hand this morning memoranda on the subject prepare dby '.he American mission. Vhms for the league of nations continue to develop and it is deemed not improbable that the conference will uet to its first full discussion on the subject by tho week's end. a promising pros- pect for the establishment, of a stable German administration at an early date Majority socialists and Ger- man'democrats who are successors of the old radical party, apparently will -0 into the constituent assembly with a lend over the Independent so- cinlists. Friederich Von Payer, fonn- denocrats' and socialist leaders Ebert Scl'iiedemaun. demonstrated: ability to work together and t.hey count' on Konstantin Fehren- bach, Centrist leader, as an ally in to institute a government with the basis of popular support. Kicliortt ami HaJise Win. BERLIN-, Jan. 21.--H is probable j the former chief of police Bichhorn and Hugo Haase .former secretary for foreign affairs, in the Ebert cab- inet, have been elected to the na- tional assembly. Returns are comlns in very slowly and. results, even in Berlin! are as yet uncertain. Tuesday and One lot Men's Work Mole Skins and Khakis, worth to 95 Special Clearance One lot Men's Work Pants and
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