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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XV. NUMBER 278. ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Final Clearance of Boy’s Clothing Boys’ $5 Suits Final Clearance Price Boys* $7.50 Suits Pinal Clearance Price Boys’ $10 Suits Final Clearance Price Boys’ $12.75 Suits Final Clearance Price $3.95 $4.95 $6.95 $8.75 If your boy needs a new Suit, this is a fine time to get it for less than value. N KA KIA 4,000,000 IVDEH ARMS ; SKN ATK COM3 ll TTEK BRINGS IN WH KS ARMISTICE WAS J FAVORABLE REPORT ON fi<.NEIL 110X0 ISSUE PKOI*OSITION. By tilt* Associated Press By the Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. The total | OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Feb. 5. strength of the United States army -Within less than an hour after November ll when the armistice was ; meeting and with little discussion signed and when the American war sena t e committee on roads and effort was at its peak, was 3,703,-73 highways decided favorably on the officers and men, including tilt* ma- administration proposal for a $50,- rtne corp. on duty with the army In oOO.OOO bond issue for the roads Europe, according to a statistical table published today by the war department. In rifle strength, meaning men standing ready in the trenches, the table shows on July 1st the allied total was 1,556,000 men, compared with 1,412,000 for the Germans. On November I when the enemy’s reserves had been exhausted, the allies had a rifle strength of 1,485,000 representing odds upwards of two to one. TROOP TRAIN Will INVESTIGATE WAR RESPONSIBILITY By Un* Associated Prcm BERNE, Feb. 5. Responsibility for the war will be investigated by a commission of two British, two French, one Hungarian, one Austrian and two German delegates appointed by the Socialist conference iii session here, it was decided today. | During the day it was declared by J speakers at the conference that its prime object was to intluence the t peace conference at Paris. Jftnety I delegates, representing twenty-five I countries, are present. program. The plan reported by the committee provides that counties shall not be asked to provide money either for construction or maintenance, the money needed to be raised by an advalorem tax. The committee bill provides that the good roads program, shall be strictly a state proposition. CHARRIER WINS ELECTION CONTEST By tile Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. Without division the House today accepted the report of the elections committee holding that Thomas A. Chandler, Republican, was elected in 1916, from the first Oklahoma district. Chandler’s election in 1916 was contested, by James L. Davenport of Vinita, democratic nominee. LABOR CHIEL OPPOSES EOREIGN IMMIGRATION IS DERAILED NOT BE AEEECTED RESIGNS OFFICE WRECK ON TEXAS A PAC IFIC SOLDIERS ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY. By th** Annodated Press FORT WORTH, Feb. A Texas a* Pacifis troop train of thirteen cars was derailed at 12:40 A. M. Wednesday between Lem and Cisco. The engine, baggage car and three sleepers turned over. The engineer and fireman were injured but the sleeper occupants were only bruised and shak-en up. The High School Chorus announces it ts bringing “Princess Chrysanthemum” to town soon. Watch for the date. 2-1-tf Just received a complete line of wall paper. Shelton Undertaking i Co. 2-4-tf BALFOUR SAYS LEAGUE OF NA* HONS WH J. NOT END PRESENT ALLIANCES. By Hit* A SMH lated Pres* PARIS, Feb. -Alliances between various nations will not be affected by the existence of the society of nations now in process of formation, declared Arthur J. Balfour to newspaper interviewers here last night. As to the question of whether special coalitions between two or several peoples can be formed aside from the league Balfour said the conference alone can decide. Bv the As notated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. Urging the House rules committee to give right of way for passage of legislation prohibiting immigration for four years, Frank Morrison, secretary of the American federation of labor, .said 500,000 men in the United The Nor- States were now' out of employment. Gunnarf — ------ Wo.'d’s Fine«t Church. November IS is the anniversary of the dedication of St. Peter’s in Rome n 1626. This largest Christian boose of worship was begun about 1450. In 1546 Michelangelo was put in charge, who redesigned the dome. The height to the top of this dome Is 435 feet, and — ! the building is one of the most impos- Y EA Its WITH | ing in the world. THE FBIStYt AT BIA,,_______ by The reason ! party has; control of I By til** Associated Pres* CHRISTIANIA, Feb wegian cabinet headed Knudsen has resigned. given is that Knudsen'? ceased lo maintain Its parlia ment. The resignation has been accepted I by th** king and ll. H. Bryn, Norweg-j mn minister at Washington, is mentioned among the possibilities for! foreign minister. EIGHTEEN TO That Photo lo Khaki Are the ones you had made permanent? Many of these Photos w ill fade. Why not let us make one for you? We guarantee ours Permanent. Stairs Studio PHONE 34 By the Associated Press Glasgow, Feb. 5. The number of men leturning to work today on the Clyde materially increased, ranging from about eighty per cent at work to from sixty to seventy per cent in I McXaii has just rounded out eighteen years of service in Ada in the capacity of agent for the Frisco anti joint agent tor that road and j tin* Katy under government control. I The railroad had reached Ada only two or three months before lie arrived and he has seen tilt* village grow ; to the proportions of a thriving young city. During this time he baa been in constant contact with the public j and has succeeded wonderfully well in pleasing lint Ii his employers and its patrons. Westminster Abbey. The name “Westminster Abbey” Is shortened from the fuller phrase, •Westminster A bt icy church”—the church, that is. bf the abbey of West* minister. Up to the year 1504, in the reign of Henry VHI, the “Abbey,” as we call it today, was the church of a Benedictine monastery. ANOTHER REATH IN C. A. RI NA RIUS FAMILY Lloyd, the three-year-old son of Charley Rinard and wife, died Tues- others. Resumption of work in other day* of pneumonia affected shops is promised for to- tack of influenza. i j morrow'. Frost Proof Cabbage Plants--best I varieties, ready about March 1st. Ain-I pie supply for all. Call and see me or write ftev. B. F. Stegall, 408 West I loth St., one block N. W. Frisco de-I pot. 2-4-3t* The Final Touch in the well-groomed woman’s toilet consists of the application of a face powder. And it must be Just right or the whole effect is spoiled. FACE POWDER JONTEEL is so adherent it is not affected by perspiration or the wind; and it is invisible, leaving no suggestion of make-up. Perfumed with Jonteel—the costly new odor of 26 flowers. 50c at Gtfin &- Mays Drug Go. following an at-The funeral services were held at flu* family home thiR afternoon and the interment at Rosedale cemetery. This is the second death in this family within less than a week and the other members of the family are seriously ill. Misfortunes seldom come singly and this family is just now undergoing severe trials. Literature. Eveiyone knows what hooks are. But what is literature? It is the ark on the flood. It is the light on the candlestick. It is the flower among the leaves; the consummation of the plant's vitality, the crown of Its beauty, and the treasure house of its seeds.— Henry J. van Dyke. Site cf Ancien! Capital. The governor gent rat of Korea and a party recently on tour In northern Korea discovered the site **f the capital of an old Korean kingdom known as Kukuryo. This king lorn flourished at an early stage in Korean V.lstory from 37 B. C. until A. D. 668. SOCIETIES IN ti ERMA NY TO “SAVE THE KAISER** AMSTERDAM. Feb. 4 Societies I to “save the Kaiser" from being handed over to the allies are being organized in Germany, according the Volke Zeitung of Osnabruck. Eitel Frederick, second son of the former Emperor, is said to have writ-i ten a letter to Premier Ebert demanding that the government assist in the plan. “The Sport of Kings.” A mantle «>f riel; silk or cloth ap-icars to have been the usual prise for lorse racing in the fourteenth cento I ury ; hells and gold snaffles were run or In the fifteenth century; cups grad-lajly came into fashion in the six-eenth century. Racing colors of silk md satin seem to have been In use in Fleury the Eighth's reign. Connolly's Appointment Confirmed. Oklahoma City, Ok , Feb. 4, The senate this afternoon confirmed the appointment of John Connolly of this city to be state Fire Marshal, vice C. C. Hammonds, resigned. The appointment was made today by Governor Robertson. Dr. C. C. Shaw, first lieutenant in the medical department of the army. is In the city, having arrived from France. Ten days after his enlistment he was ordered to France and was first stationed at a base hospital on the Chateau Thierry sector and later stationed at Paris. Before going to the army Lieut. Shaw' was the penitentiary physician and was at one time state senator from the Johnston county district. Some Velocities. When the temperature is 32 degrees, sound travels 1,090 feet a second and one additional foot a second for >ach iddltlonal degree of temperature Electricity over a wire where there Is no resistance travels 192.924 miles a'second. Odd Foods. Lizards and alligators are tin* latest propositions In the way of food vnri pfy. They do not see Hi very alluring to the United States appetites, yet lizards have been extremely popular In the Bahama Islands, and Florida alligators have a reputation of being quite delicious. Let a Want Ad get it for you. Again You Have a Chance TO BUY THESE STAPLE ITEMS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT SPECIAL PRICES 75c 9-4 Wear Well Bleached Sheeting —BETTER THAN PEPPERELL 41 $4.40 $5.75 Blankets—of Best Quality AT 35c grade of Gingham and Percales —ASSORTED PATTERNS IN OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT We are now showing new Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses. The most exclusively, and largest line in this part of the State to select from. These give individuality to the wearer. Jfficuvk. DEPA R TM EN T S TORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established In 1909 AOA. OKLA. COUNTERFEITERS ARE HEADED THIS WAY OKMULGEE, Feb. 5.—Warning that counterfeiters are passing $1 bills raised to $10 bills in this part of the state is contained in a letter received by Chief of Police Dick Farr from Fred M. Tate, special agent of the treasury department. Merchants and hankers are warned to look out for the raised bills, all of which bear the photographic likeness of George j Washington. The picture of George Washington appears only on $1 bills i and therefore any $10 bill with the picture of Washington upon it is a ! counterfeit. j The High School Chorus announces it is bringing “Princess Chrysanthemum” to town soon. Watch for the ! date. . 2-1-tf Final Reductions ON Shoes One Lot Women’s Shoes, in Patent, Cloth Top, Kid and Gun Metal—black only—worth up to $5, REDUCED PRICE • • • • • • $1.95 and satisfaction—worth up to $5—REDUCED PRICE . . ONE Lot Men’s and Boys’ Work Shoes—here are the kinds that will stand hard wear-wili give service $2.95 A GENUINE SAYING ON EVERY PAIR The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 *
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