Ada Evening News, January 28, 1919

Ada Evening News

January 28, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma a €bentng VOLUME XV. NUMBER 271. Copyright 1918 Hart Sthaffner & Marx Good clothes ai peace prices VOU can get the best clothes made * at peace prices. Ii you’ve been war-saving, change to peace-saving. W e’ve marked lower pricer on a lot of our fine suits and overcoats; sort of a peace celebration; a chance for men coming home from the camps of war to get civilian clothes economically; a chance for men who have been here all the time to save some money. * Hart Schaffner & Marx and other Clothes at Money-Saving Prices. Men’s $10 Overcoats    n    Q    C Clearance Price____________ vD.J/D Men’s $18 Suits and Overcoats,    <£ I o QC Clearance Price_____________ Men’s $25 Suits and Overcoats,    d* i /j QC Clearance Price ____________ vlO#J/p Men’s $35 Suits and Overcoats,    <£0/1 CA Clearance Price_____________ iD^T.DU Men’s $40 Suits and Overcoats    <£OQ CA Clearance Price___________ STEVENS-WILSON CO. 100,000 III STRIKE AT BELFAST,IRELAND BJ the Associated Tres* LONDON, Jan. 28. —One hundred * thousand people are involved in the Belfast strike and twenty-six trades •re affected, writes the Belfast correspondent of the Daily Mail. The correspondent describes Belfast as a I “dead city”. Workers demand a forty hour week.ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY GOOD WKL!, HKonaiT IX ox It. M. IU HID!K S LAND—LICK & SMITH BRINO IX ONB. OKUMA X VOL I' XT BE Its HALT INVASION OF RUSSIAN RED ARMY AT Ll RAU. Another well on the land of R. M. Bj the Associated Press Boddle near Allen, has been brought i HERLIN. Jan. 28 —Forces march- 111 ,*K' «P',TeS,.t0 ,)e L!ne ol.the 1*r*e,t ‘"K on Li ba u on the Baltic coast of * m' was V,'OUKhl in »' 7"» . Courland have been halted. German feet. When the well was shot the. volunteer forces which are thought force of the well cleaned the well out | to be greatly outnumbered forced the and as yet it has not been put on the Soviet army back acron* th* Wind an wanThen ahu"    I 'z^z w.H*wmn' {■ - rn , mat me wcui will settle to a d rod tic- * i> « t . . lion of 2(10 barrels per day. The well ! ' rn,?,'    ''T    .    *°    ki"~ Is in Hie south part of Section 24 and 11 60,1 people in I)o'P»* an(I ^ esbn- on the extreme ed^e of the proven held. I Lee & Smith have brought in a well in the east half of SE, NE 2S-5-8 I estimated at .‘19 barrels. It is reported that large interests have comb ned to make a deep test | in Sec. 12-3-7 in Bruno Mayer’s pasture near Conway in the eastern part of the county. It is said that an ideal rig is to be placed at once and that th** well wtll be put down to a depth of from 2.500 to 4.000 feet, if necessary This is the location federal government geologists in a report issued a year or more ago pronounced one of the most promising in this part of Oklahoma. burg. Unloading Winter Shoes AT THE TIME NEEDED 36 pairs Ladies’ Patent Leather Button Shoes, $3 value..... AWFUL REO OE BAH ON NEAR BEERS WIFE BE EIFTEO Bj tLl** Associated Press OMSK, Central Riber a. Jan. 17.— Death stalked the streets of Perm until the city was captured by General Gaida. According to the official report of the investigator just returned |from the Ural front there were no children under a year old in Perm, all having died, and in three months the entire population would probably have perished. The report states that when the city jail was full those I there longest were shot to make ! room for newcomers. Reports of the men being burned alive are well authenticated. By th** Associated Press WASHINGTON. Jan 28 The food administration today announced that President Wilson signed a proclamation in Paris. January 23 I removing restrictions on the manu-l faeture of so called near beers. WOULD BAR GENERAL WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. Legislation prohibiting general immigration for a period of four years following the signing of the peace treaty was approved tentatively today by the immigration committee. : By the Associated Press PARIS, Jan 28—General Pershing 11 ports that by April he Mull be dispatching American troops homeward at the rate of 300,000 monthly which | is considered as rapidly as possible without adding to conditions attendant upon unemployment. The de-mobolization committee of the peace congress is now’ being divided into two sub committees working on different branches of the problem. $1.95 One Lot of Ladies’ Shoes $6 values One Lot of Ladies’ Black Kid Lace Bools, Military Heel Men's and Boys' Bootees Entire stock at reduced prices—this is the time of year that they are in most demand ANNOUNCEMENT New Spring Goods now arriving and being placed in stock— Coats, Suits, Dresses and Hats too numerous to describe and quote prices on. Whether you wish to buy or not, come in and see the line. DEPARTMENT STORE PM OME TI S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established in 1002 AOA, OKLA. ALLI KH DEMANDS KOR PROP KUTY RESTORATION TOO MUCH KOR TURKS. Avoid irregularity, in the bowel movements, It leads to chronic constipation; a condition that poisons the blood and breeds disease. Prick-! ly Ash Bitters restores regularly and j puts the system in order. Price $1.25 per bottle.—Gwin A Mays Drug Co., 1 Special Agents. By th** AwMoHutid Pre** SA LONI KI, Jan.    28.—According to a semi-official statement, the Turkish cabinet headed by Tewflk Pasha, has resigned as a result of allied demands that Turkey restore property carried away during the war from occupied territory and cease drastic measures against the Greeks and Armenians. NOTICE Due to illness and shortage of help, we are somewhat behind with orders. We ask our patrons’ kind indulgence in thl3 instance and wish to assure them all orders will be executed as rapidly as possible. Stairs Studio ' PHONE JU Preparedness applies to the human body as well as to nations. A bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters on the shelf at home ii the best and cheapest form of preparedness fof indigestion, constipation and kidney trouble.*. It is the dose taken in time that wards off sickness and sa^es money) Price $1.25 per bottle.---Gwin & Mays Drug Co., Special Agents. SON OK S. II. DORMAN DIES IN HUYFT COMMUNITY Frank Dorman, three year old son of S. D. Dorman who lives near-Egypt, died Monday evening. The cause of his death was an attack of pneumonia. The interment took place at Egypt Tuesday. The parents have the sympathy of all that knew he lad.    IMMU GORRE*TION OK ERROR IX DATE In Monday’s paper the News stated that Dr. Albert Louis Banks would be at the Methodist church Wednesday evening, It should have read iVednesday. Feb. 19th._ Makes ^four Breakfast Taste Better CUR hrerk-fast tastes JHf honer -•♦tor ytni use Klema Get a tube to try today. There is a new sensation awaiting yon — the Cool, Clean Klenzo Feeling ion your teeth and tongue. It isn’t merely a taste. It’s a ten-tin. ; of cleanness—cleanness that is imparted to the tiny, little taste nerves, freeing them of stale secretions that make your mouth feel hot and sticky. I LABOR BEFORE THE PEACE CONFERENCE By the Associated Brose PARIS, Jan. 28.—The American delegation to the peace conference, it appears, has decided to keep the labor question to the fore as much as possible in conferences here. President Wilson and Col. E. M. House have arranged a meeting of the American labor men tomorrow' to formulate a program to be pushed. LAWTON WILL VOTE 0> MANAGERIAL KOHM By tho Associated l’ress LAWTON, Jan. 28.—Employment of a city manager at a salary of $5,-a year and the election of a board of city commissioners who are to receive, each, $120 a year, is provided in a proposed amendment to the Lawton charter which will be submitted to vote of the people March 7. The city commissioners are empowered to employ the city man ager. The amendment specifies that the manager shall be a man whose j home has not been in Lawson for a period of twelve months preceding his employment. The liver loses its activity at times and needs help. HERBIXE is an effective liver stimulant. It also purifies the bowrels. strengthens digestion and restores strength, vigor and cheerful spirits. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith. SPARTACANS SEIZE By tlu» Assoriat«ul Press COPENHAGEN, Jan 28. Spart-acan forces overturned the government in Wilhelmhaven, Germay, and occupied the banks and public buildings. Railway traffic to and from Wilhelmhaven has been stopped. WILSON RELIEF BIEL By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.—Final legislative action was taken by congress today on the administration’s $100,000,000 European famine relief bill, the conference report being adopted by the house and senate, the bill now going to the president. Nearly 3,000,000 pounds of hants, valued at 570,000 taels (about 650,-000 United States currency) were exported from China during year 1917. Great Britian was the principal Importer. The Chinese consume vast quantities of hams and pork. Pigs are raised everywhere In Chine. DENTAL CREME SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN I1Y ELKS OF ADA Monday evening the Elks gave the first of a series of entertainments planned for the season. This consisted of a concert by the Troubadour Orchestra featuring Catherine Roberts and a dance. This was attended by 200 or more Elks, their families and invited guests. Fifty coupels remained for the dance and the evening was one to be remembered. Gwin & Mays j Heartburn, indigestion or distress i of the stomach Is Instantly relieved I by BERDINE. It forces the badly j digested food out of the body and re- j stores tone in the stomach and bow-els. Price f»0c. Sold by Bart Smith. * * Irontex Percale 15c Yard One lot Irontex Percale comes in a variety of stripes, dots and figures; Light and dark colors —26 inches wide. Special Price 15c Yard The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;

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