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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 267. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. TWO' CENTS THE COPY Clearance Prices O N Winter Goods Sharp Reduction on Sweaters Overcoats Mackinaws Pants and Overalls Clearance at very low prices of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and, Furs. STEVENS-WILSOS CO. I'EAl'E COUNCIL ARRIVES AT VLAX SOLUTION' PRESIDENT OF REPUBLIC WILL DISCUSS MATTERS AVITH WILSON. LADIES' By tlic AMuc'Utetl Press PARIS; Jan. presidents j U.v ilu' A Ki'OehlU'U PARIS, Jan. replies from various Russian factions to United States and Switzerland proposal 1'or a conference being await ed the supreme council of the peace conference meets at 1.30 P. M. today. Meanwhile a joint allied commission Is being made up, although no have been announced. AH council members were present when the meet will-meet tomorrow evening at o'clock, j President Ador who arrived Berne today to bear an official statement of Swiss views on interna- tional questions to be laid before the peace congress. The statement will say that the political, legal and econ- omic principles formulated by Wilson lr. S. and Brltnin Aftret-. PARIS, Jan. solution of the Russian problem proposed by the supreme council o fine peace con- gress is considered here as the first visible manifestation and realization of American and British accord on the great before the peace con- press. It is understood that inas- much as the supreme council adopt- ed the American plan for H settle-1 ment of the Russian question, the! British plan may form the fouuda- tlon for a league of nations. While yesterday's official state- ment was silent on Russia's foreign debt thpre is reason to believe thai assurance has been conveyed that the bolshovists will recede from their threat to repudiate this debt in con- sideration of entente relief for eco- nomic conditions in Russia. meet so entirely Switzerland's Iradi I tional desires that she will adhere' to them no matter what difficulties lie in the way of their realization. 01! HERS UOVKRNOR OK PKT11O-   SHIP UNDER AM KIM- r.VN the American people must pay for the year anil also for the year and thereafter, unless a Repub- lican Congress about to come Into ______ i being should amend the pending! I law. ItEI'RKSKXTATlVKSOKKACTIO.NS: On incomes of individuals the tax IX PARIS FAVOR WILSON'S is to be as follows: IV.rUS, Jan. 23. -An official.bulfe- isf.ued by the Tress Bureau this afternoon says; "The proposals of President Wil-; son were approved, including recog- nition by the associated powers the right of the Russian, people to j direct their own affairs without dic- PLAX. T..T the AssiM'ljitfd Jan. ing to a report made public here to- day by the official information bu- reau of the kingdom of Serbs. Cro- ats and Slovenes, a Serbo-Croatian reesel named Biuar flying the Amer- ican flap and having navigation li- cense issued by the naval commander of the Adriatic, .was seized at Jelsa, January lf> by Italian fortes who hauled down the American flag and carried off the ship under Italian col- ors. i Ry Asstu-liiti' 1'AKIS, Jan. j in Paris were met today by Sergius I Sazonoff, former Russian minister of 1 foreign affairs and now foreign min ister of the Omsk government, to Uis-1 income in excess of the cuss Jhe decision of the supremo ;vided In section 210: provided. council to send a mission to Kusslai'n the ease of a citizen or resident of to meet representatives of the vnv- T-bu Russian to support Baby's Dimples We know how to get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio PHO.NE 34 j ious Russian factions. representatives decided the movement :'or the proposed con- tation from the outside. The powers do not wish to exploit Russia. j "The powers recognize the revo-1 lution and in no way countenance ai counter-revolution. They wish to j serve Russia unselfishly and invite all organized groups in Siberia or within the boundaries of European Russia as it stood before the war 'to send representatives to Prince's Is- land to meet representatives of the j associated powers, provided there is j a truce of arms meanwhile. "Such -representatives will be ex-i pected at the place appointed by 15. I "A plenary session of the confer-! ence Saturday will discuss Mr. Lloyd I George's proposals for a league of na-1 tions." the United States the rate upon the! Prince's Islands, consist of a group j first or such amount shall be Of nine small islands in the Sea of j per For the calendar year 12 per cent of the amount of the net in- in excess of the credit provid- jed in section 216; provided, that in cane of a citizen or resident of the 23. Representatives United Stages the rnte upon the first various Russian governments now of such amount shall be fi per centum. For each calendar year thereafter, 8 per cent oj' the amount of the net that Harrison's liHju.sltive.ness. Senator Luther Harrison is au in- quisitive cuss. Senator Tucker on the door of the senate yesterday told of a place at Ardmore where cider may be bought that will "clear the day of past regrets and future' fears." Sena- tor Harrison arose as a personal priv- ilege and asked Senator Tucker if he knew of such a place in Oklahoma Texas Senators Adopt Suffrnge. AUSTIN, Tex., Jan. wo- man's suffrage amendment was adopt ed in the senate this afternoon with- out a dissenting vote. This is a senate 'joint resolution and conflicts with the house joint' resolution passed today in ihe house in'that the senate resolution does not carry au alien suffrage provision. cent, In addition to the above, the sur- taxes on large incomes range from 1 cent on net'incomes in excess of Marmora, from ten to fifteen miles southeast of Constantinople. The larKest is Khaki. On this island is a naval academy and a Greek school WILL K.YPKND j SUMS ON ROADS l'..v tin' As.tiH-lnl.'U I'msii LONDON, Jan. ment is made here that the govern- ment has set aside to be used in road building and In the re- construction of bridges allowed to fall into decay during the jvar. It is estimated that miles of roads will be constructed, and that the work coss of 1 million Exemptions or credits unTler the and not in excess .of Jfi.OOO, or theology. The population of the to Of, per cent on the income in ex-, lslands numbers about for the j most part Greeks. Turks and Armen- law as affecting individuals shall be j "_____________________ as follows: "The amount received as dividends (under this title upon its net income. "The amount received as interest will employment to fully 000 men, many of whom wil be dis- charged soldiers. Up-to-dateMusic and Things SHEET MUSIC Tishotningo Blues In the Land of Beginning Agani. I Airit Got Weary Yet. Homeward Bound. "N" Everything. Music lOc to SHEET MUSIC. RECORDS 85c to Hindustan Smiles. I Aint Got Weary Yet. I Am Glad I Can Make You Cry. The Rose of No Man's Land. And many other old, new and popular Records both, in Victor and Columbia Grtin Mays Drug Co. upon obligations of the United States and bonds issued by the war finance corporation .which is Included In gross income under section 213. "In the case of a single pel son, a personal exemption of or in the case of the head of a family or married person living with husband or wife, exemption of A husband and wife living j together -shall receive but one per- j sonal exemption of against their nggregate.net income; and in case they make separate, returns the personal exemption of may Be taken by either or divided between j them. "Two hundred dollars for each per- son (other than husband or wife) de- pendent upon and receiving his chief support from the taxpayer; If such dependent person Is under 18 years of age or ig Incapable of self support MARTHA WASHINGTON SAIT.S PROM FRANCE By tin' Assnvlntt'd Press WASHINGTON, Jan. transport Martha Washington has sailed from France with 2400 including 250 sick and wounded. She is expected to arrive News January 28. at Newport because mentally oi' physically de- fective." AIRPLANES UBBI> AGAINST MEXICAN REVOLUTIONISTS By Aa.iocUttd MEXICO CITY, Jan. Gener- al Candldo Agullar, chief of military operations in the gulf is using airplanes with success in his campaign, against. tne rebels, especial- ly in the state of Vera Cruz. Not only are the aviators doing valuable re- connoisance work, but one recently dropped bombs on a party of bandits. who believed themselves .safely en- sconced a. mountain YIELD TO CAIO- TAHRIHI To break up a cold over night or to cut short an. attack of grippe, phy- sicians and druggists are now recom- mending Calotabs, the new nauaealess calomel, that Is purified from all dangerous and .sickening effects. Those wfoo have tried It say that It, acts like magic, by far more effective and certain than the old style, calo-i mel, hitherto recommended by all' physicians. One Calotab on the tongue at bed time with a swallow of all. No salts, no nausea nor the slight- est interference with eating, work or pleasures. Next morning your cold has vanished and your whole system feels refreshed and purified. tabs is sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cente. Rec- ommended and .guaranteed1'. -'by all. druKKUts.: jTouriinoney 'backj If 'you' Men's Shirts and Drawers 07 BIG SAVINGS 50c PER GARMENT FORMER PRICE Just forty dozen Men's Rib- bed Shirts and Drawers. Who wouldn't seize the op- portunity to buy these ?warm ribbed undergarments a t such a low price. These will not tarry long at this low price. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY The Surprise Store Established liJO.'J J15-H7 West Main St. Phone U7   

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