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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XV. NUMBER 270. ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1919. TWO CENTS TfrKCQKf; Advance Showing Ladies' Spring Suits and Dresses Spring Suits- Beautiful Styles In Serge and Tricotine, elaborately trimmed with braid and buttons; many tailored styles and vest ef- fects. Prices to Spring Taffeta and Georgette Are the materials most' extensively used in the Spring Dresses. We are showing these fabrics in many charming models and a wide range of col- Prices to lUsluctMl Prices on nil Ladies' Coats, Suiis, Presses, Skirts and Waists. STEVENS-WILSON CO. KKGIONS OK FRANCE WHICH SAVAGK HUNS LAID WASTE. By the Associiucil Press PARIS. Jan. Wil- son today made his first trip to the battle front and devastated regions, FOIICKS IN NORTH RUSSIA FALL BACK BEFORE BOLSMK- VISTS.- Hy the Associated Tress LONDON, Jan. forces on the front south of Archangel, mainly American and Russian troops. j war office today, on operations North Russia. Isiting Chateau-Thierry and llhefans. j have Spenursk under Bol- At HIP close of a tour that took him ishevik pressure and withdrawn to a through a dozen or more razed villa- line north of that town, according to ges ending in the ruins of the histo-1 an official statement from the British- ric cathedral Rlieims, lie made this comment: "No one can 'put into words the impressions I have receiv- ed amongst such scene's of desolation and ruin." That was Wilson's only expression of feeling after the trip that every Frenchman had been hop- ins; IIP would make before he takes part in deciding is to be exact- ed from Germany for the devastation of northern France. The president was accompanied by Mrs. Wilsou, ad- miral (51-iiyson line! a very small par- tv. Tlie'o, the twelve-year-old son of Walter Ooyne and wife, died at the family homo Saturday night f''om j vice at home pneumonia. The funeral services' I Ity i In' AssuclntftI rress WASHINGTON, Jan March, chief of staff, discussing army demonetization plans today with the senate military committee stated that shipping arrangements have .been made whereby men may..be transferred home monthly and that all of the American expeditionary force can be returned home demobo- lized within six months when the time arrives. About men remain in ser- ollzed within These will be demob-! a month from today j except those retained for over seas duty General March said. General March added that underj the present plans a standing army of not. less than Is proposed. conducted by Rev.'Dunn, pastor of the Christian "church. Sunday af- ternoon and the body laid to rest at Rosedale cemetery. The parents made a hard fight for the life of their child, but nothing availed and he was called from them. Mrs, Nora liiilloch. wife of J. H. Bullooh. (lied at their home in the Jones Chapel community Sunday i morning. The body was given inter- j nient at Kgypt cemetery Sunday af- ternoon. Deceased was only thirty-1 five years of age and her death was indeed untimely. She died from pneu- j inonia following the influenza. j Felix Harris, aged 15. son of Mr. lfie and Mrs. W. A. Harris, died at the j MIAMJ Jan. will probably make a bid for the Wil- lard fight. The matter was discussed MIAMI MAY BID FOR WILLARO family residence on East 17th street Sunday morning. The funeral vices were held this afternoon, terment at Rosedale cemetery. In-i iti today by a conference of business j linen and mine operators who will was another victim of influenza and witQ Texas Rickard im- V1" The men back of the movement are prepared to offer ROYALISTS OK POKTUGAL I'ON- j THOL TWO PROVINCES. H OKK vc KIMJ LANDS. i 01 KSTIONS. I fiy tbe Associated I'resw PARIS, Jan. roy- aJtsts are completely in control of the provinces of Minho and Tras Osmou- tes. according to a wireless dispatch to the Journal Des Debats. Vigo dis- patches Saturday reported that form- er King Manuel had landed in Min- Initial showing of new spring suits at Pelter's Fashion Sliop. It Makes Breakfast Taste Better YOUR break- fast tuctos bctler after you nse Klcnio, Get a to try today, There is o new you the Cool, Clean Klenzc Feeling on your tcoih and tongue. It Isn't merely a It's a tes- tim. r of cleannm that is imparted to the tiny, little nerves, freeing them of stalo Mrcrctions that make your month feel hot and tliclcy. liy i In- AssoclaifU "PARIS. Jan. 27.---The supreme council of the peace conference met at o'clock this morning. There was a full attendance, of members. A number of technical advisors on Colonial matters including thres Americans, accompanied various del- egations as they entered the foreign office for the days' sessions. The council of ten, us the French call the. ministers of the live great powers, has before It for executive session consideration, the question of ten-itO- i-ial adjustments, abolition of con- scription and economic reconstruction of Germany, These ciueslions will be referred to suitable commissions. There appears every prospect that the peace congress will make rapid; progress from now on with the work of fixing peace terms with Germany. High authorities estimated they will be ready by the end of March. CRIMINAL COURT AFFIRMS JIM IIOGERS' SENTENCE OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. Criminal Court of Appeals yesterday affirmed the twenty-year sentence of Jim Rogers, convicted in the Ponto- toc County District Court on a charge of manslaughter in the first degree. The four-year sentence of Joe Mc- Clatihy, convicted of manslaughter In the first degree by the Haskell County District Court was also con- firmed. Bail was granted Isaac Wil- kinson, Washington County, charged with murder, In the sum of He Is said to have killed William Purls of Bartlesville. pneumonia and his passing is a severe blow to his parents. Hurley Prince died at his home near Stonewall. He was a well known young farmer and had in the county for many years. His wife and two children died only a few days ago'. He is survived by three small sons. I. H. Van Eaton died Saturday- evening at Stonewall. He was a I prominent citizen at that place and had at one time lived at Ada. He numbered his friends by the hun- dreds and his family have indeed suf- fered a heavy loss. 000 for the fight. CHAXCK KX PAYING OF TAXES PROPOSED. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan, bill introduced by Senator James Dranphon, which would change the entire system of paying taxes is hav- ing rough sledding in the upper house despite- the fact that It has lite endorsement of many who have a study of the present cumbersome sys- ti-m. I'mler the proposed measure much 'nl' the work now done by the county j assessor would be shifted os the county clerk, who would be charg- ied with the responsibility of prepar- jing la.x receipts in advance of PW-: ment. These receipts would be turn- ed over to the taxpayer at the time he made payment
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