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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV., NUMBER 278. ADA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY :5> 1919. THKCOPY Final Clearance of Boy's Clothing Boys' Suits Final Clearance Price Boys' Suits Final Clearance Price Boys' Suits Final Clearance Price Boys' Suits Final Clearance Price If your boy needs a new Suit, this is a fine time to get it for less than value. .75 STEVENS-WILSON CO. UXDKR ARMS SKNATE COMMITTEE BRINGS IN WIIKN AUMISTICK WAS FAVORABLE REPORT ON f IGXBD. IIOND ISSUE PROPOSITION. llj- Hie AssodntcMl Press WASHINGTON, Feb. lotal strength of the United States army November 11 when the armistice was signed and when the American war effort WHS at its peak, was officers and men, including the ma- riue corps on duty with the army in Europe, according to a statistical ta- published today by the war de- partment. rifle strength, meaning men standing ready in the trenches, the table shows on July 1st the allied total was men, compared with for the Germans. On November 1 when the enemy's reser- ves had been exhausted, the allies had a rifle strength of representing odds upwards of two to one. By the Associated Tress OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla...Fcb. 5. less than an hour after meeting and with little discussion the senate committee on roads and highways decided favorably on -the administration proposal for a bond issue, for the roads program. The plan repprted by the committee provides that counties shall not be asked to provide money either for construction or mainten- ance, the money needed to be rais- ed by an advalorem tax. The commit- tee bill provides that the good roads program, shall be strictly a state proposition. tin- Aswclmn) I'rcws UEHNE. Feb. for the war will be investigated by a commission of two British, two French, one Hungarian, one Aus- trian and two German delegates ap- pointed by the Socialist conference, in session here, it was decided today. During the day it was declared -by speakers at the conference that its prime object was to influence the peace conference at Paris. Jtinety delegates, representing twenty-five countries, art- pivsent. CHANDLER WINS ELECTION CONTEST L B.v tbc Tress WASHINGTON, Feb. 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 Vlnitn. democratic nominee. LABOR CHIEF OPPOSES WUKCK ON TEXAS PACIFIC. SOLDI FSCAPK SKRIOVS 1X.IVUY. ALKH.K SAYS LKAUlJt: OK XA- TIOXS WILL XOT 12X1) PRKS- KNT ALLIANCES. H.v till- 1'rcvs FORT WORTH. Feb. Texas   AssocLilcil Tress i 'WASHINGTON, Feb. the House rules committee to give right of way for passage of legisla- tion prohibiting immigration for" four years, Frank Morrison, secretary of the American federation of labor, said men in the United States were now out of employment. Wind's Flnett Church. November IB is the anniversary of the dedication of St. Peter's In Rome n This largest Christian house of worship was .begun about In 154G Michelangelo wiis put in charge, who redesigned tlie domo. The height to the lop cf this dome is 435 feet, and the building is one of the most Impos- ing In the world. Westminster Mibey. The mime "Westminster Abbey" is shortened from the fuller phrnse, 'Westminster Abbey church. Hint is, of the ctbe.v of West- minister. to the yi'sir 1504. in the reign of VIII, tho as we call It WHS the church of a Benedictine monastery. Frost Proof Cabbage varieties, ready about March 1st. Am- ple supply for all. Call and see me or write Rev. B. F. Stegall, 408 West lUlli St one block N. W, Frisco de- pot. 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 in so adherent it is not affected by perspiration or the wind; and it is invisible, leaving no suggestion of :nako-up. Perfumed with costly new odor of (lowers. 50c at GvOin Mays Drug Co. AXOTHKIt DKATH 1-V C. A. lUXAKirS KAMI I A' Lloyd, the three-year-old son of Charley Rinard and wife, died Tues- day of pneumonia following an at- tack of influenza. The funeral ser- vices were held at the family home this afternoon and the interment at Rosedalf cemetery. This is the second death in this family within less than a week and the other members of the family arc seriously ill. Misfortunes seldom come singly nnd this family is just now un- dergoing severe trials. Literature. Everyone knows wluit books are. Bet what Is literature? It is the ark i on the flood. It Is the light on the i 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 Henry J. van Dyke. SIM'IKTIKS I-N (JKKMAXY TO "SAVE THH KAISKU" AMSTERDAM, Feb. to "save the Kaiser" from lieing handed over to the allies are being organized in Germany, according to the Volke Zeitung of Osnabruck. Eitel Frederick, second son of the former Emperor, is snid to have writ- ten a letter (o Premier Ebert demand- ing that the government assist in the plan. Site of Ancient The governor gentrni if Korea and o party recently ou tour In northern Korea discovered the site of the capi- tal of an old Korean kingdom known as Kukuryo. This flourished at an early stage la Korenr. lilstory from 37 R C. until A. D. 068. Again You Have a Chance TO BUY THESE STAPLE ITEMS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT SPECIAL PRICES AT 75c 9-4 Wear Well Bleached Sheeting THAN PEPPERELL Best Quality AT 35c grade of Gingham and Percales PATTERNS IH OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT We are now showing new Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses. The most exclusively, and largest lino In this part of the State to select from. These give individuality to the wearer. PMOMl 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP. Ivstublished In 1MB COTTNTKRKKITEllS ABE HKADED THIS WAY OKMULGEE, Feb. that counterfeiters are passing bills raised to 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 bankers are warned t.o look out for the raised -bills, all of which bear the photographic' likeness of George Washington. The picture ot George Washington appears only on Jl bills and therefore any bill with the picture of Washington upon it is a counterfeit. The High School Chorus announces It is bringing "Princess Chrysanthe- mum" to town soon. Watch for the date. 2-1-tf "The Sport of Kings." A iimritle  rars to have been tin- iisnnl prize for inrsi- r.'iciug in tin- .J'mirteenth cen- l-ury; snuffles wore run ;'or'ln Tin- fifteenth i-''iitury; flips grad- iiajly rnnii' intd fnshion in the six- cvnttiry. Hnflni: colors of silk ind sntln seem to have been in use in i Henry the Eighth's reign. Connolly's Appointment Confirmed. Oklahoma City, Ok., Feb. senate tfils afternoon confirmed the appointment of John Connolly of this city to be state Fire 'Marshal, vice C. C. Hammonds, resigned. The appoint- ment was mnde 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 enlist- ment he was ordered t.o 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 pen-1 llentinry physician and wa.s at one time slate senator from the Johnnton county district. Some Velocities. When the temperature Is 32 ile, sound travels foot n second nnd one additional foot n second for lach iddltlonal degree of temperature. Rlec- trlcity over a wire where there Is no resistance travels 102.924 miles a-sec- ond. Odd Foods. Lizards nnd silligntors :irc (lie lutes! propositions in the of food vnrl- ety. They do nor seem very nlhirlni; to'the United States iippotlti-s, yet llz- luivo honn extremely popular In tho RnlmniM Islands, nnd Flnrldn nlll- of being Let a Want Ad got It lor you. Final Reductions Shoes One Lot Women's Shoes, in Patent, Cloth Top, Kid and Gun up to REDUCED PRICE (NE Lot Men's and Boys' Work are the kinds that will stand hard wear- will give service and up dj to PRICE A (JKMJIM-: SAVING OX KVKHY PAIR The Surprise Store Established 1903 j 15-117 West Main St. Phone m   

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