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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Wht gfoa evening J&tos  VOLUME XV. NUMBER 282.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY IO, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Clearance of Dress Goods  SILKS, WOOLENS, COTTONS  One Lot Silks, Taffeta, Foulards, Poplins and Novelties. Values to $1.75    I    AA  Special Clearance Price *    •vrv/  One Lot Woolen Dress Fabrics, Serges and Novelty Woolens, line assortment of colors    I    ACI  Special Clearance Price______  One Lot Woolen Dress Goods, values to $1.00 CA^ Special Clearance Price__________vUC*  Big Line of Ginghams, values to 35c  Special Clearance Price__________  One Lot Ladies’ Suits  Final Clearance Price___  $10.00  UKUKVKl) 01UK4T10N WILL BK OMSK GOVERNMENT GRANTS It \ I SKH Ti > SKATI NG OK S< >M Kl MI X KB A Ii CTJN4 FUSIONS IX IMC ACK DELEGATES.    I    It    KTC    It    X    FOB    HELP.  By tho Associated Press ] PARIS, Feb. IO—Stirring develoP-I naenU are expected if the peace conference commission on credtnials begins function. The commission hasn’t met so far, even to organize, no delegates seats having been challenged but rumors are current that there is apprehension on the part of the conference’s directing forces that objections will be lodged against the pretence of some persons who have already occupied coherence s*»ats who it is said, are not proper representatives of their countries.  By tin* Associated Press I VLADIVOSTOK. Feb. IO—Reports from Omsk state that the Russian government there has accepted an of-i fer from Japan of men, money and anus to combat the Bolshevik! diffi-| culty. This step, it i* said, is due to | reports that the allies are preparing to withdraw their Siberian forces and also to the fear that the Prnce’s Islands conferences wll result in recognition of the Bolshevik! by the allies. In return for this aid, the reports state, Japan receives iron a^id coal concessions in the Priamur district.  CHARGED WITH  SELLING GIRI TO REGAIN LOST TRADE  IN BATTIE  FIFTY-KOU It DISTURBERS PASS KB.HT K11,KKD, lo WOUNDED IN THROUGH CHICAGO IX PKB    PFBI .I N ST BK KT FIGHT  HEAVY iii ABD.    SITUATION GB A VK.  By the Associat'd Press  CHICAGO. Feb. IO Fifty-four I W. W. members passed through Chicago last night under guard on a special train to an Atlantic port where it is said they will be deported at once by the immigration authorities. Forty came direct from Seattle where they participated in fomenting the general strike. The majority will be sent to Russian provinces, according to the train guards.  Let a Want Ad get it for you.  That Photo ii Khaki  Are the ones you had made permanent?  Many of these^rhotos w ll fade. Why not let us mak* one for you?  We guarantee ours Permanent.  Stairs Studio  PHON E 84  By tie* A •»*<>*-lated Pres*  ZURICH, Switzerland. Feb. 10.-Spartacan disorders of a grave nature broke out in Berlin Saturday evening, according to advices here. Soldiers and sailors commanded by former [Chief of Police Eichsorn are reported to have occupied Alexander Plat/, and government troops fired on them killing eight arid wounding forty. The German censorship is withholding the details.  A not lier Account of Trouble.  LONDON, Feb. lo. Repeated encounters occurred Saturday in Berlin between government troops add mobs which were onJV partly of a Spartacan character, a Berlin wireless message picked up here states. Six persons were killed and fourteen iujtir-ied. Order was restored toward evening and Hie troops withdrawn.  List your rentals with MISS DOB- 1  BINS. Special attention given repairs.  ) small properties and properties.  non-residents’  2-8-3t*  If  .. it is style and beautiful uar-mentfl that you are looking for you will find them at Burk’s Style Shop.  2-10-11  Candy Sale  Continued Monday and Tuesday Only  Real Bargains  Every Box Guaranteed Good—Each Piece Guaranteed Fresh.  $2.25 Boxes--------------------------------$1.75  $1.65 Boxes________________________________$1.30  $1.25 Boxes_______________I________________$ .98  $1.15 Boxes________________________________$ .85  $1.00 Boxes ________I________________$ .75  $ .65 Boxes________________________________$. 43  Li£gett\s, Huylers, Sewards.  Hexad—Hexad—Hexad  Gtfin &-Mays Drug Go.  By i ti**    p/es»  MARIETTA, Ga., Feb. IO. Instigation of charges that Mn. Na-oma V. Campbell, head of the orphans home here, had traded a girl inmate for $13 and a cow was begun today by Social General Dorst*y. The charge developed after the arrest of the woman in connection with a general inquiry relating to treatment of children in the institution.  YO! N(i WOMBX WILL  ATT FXD D KXI OC It AT IC MF. FT  OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok.. Fob. 9.— Special arrangement is being mode by tile members of the Young Men’s League of Democratic Clubs of the State for the entertainment of the yourn; worn*-n of th* State at the arf ii rial convention of tin* league at McAlester. Feb. 22. Probably the first organization of tile kind in the state has been pt tweeted here by the voun#; wo nu n when they organized the Yourn: Women's Democratic Club of Oklahoma County, electing officers and adopting constitution and bylaws. This organization will participate in the McAlester meeting. The dub now has a membership of more than 200 young women.  Program of the McAlester meeting includes an address by Mrs. Josephus Daniels in the afternoon, who will have a special message not only to the members of the men’s clubs, but the young women as well. The convention will open w ith an address of welcome by Carl Monk of McAlester, responded to by Paul Walker of this city. The history and purposes of the league will he given by H. ll. Hagen of Tulsa .and this will be followed by an address by Governor Robertson. C B. Ames of this city WM ll make an address during the afternoon.  Election of officers will occur during the afternoon, in which Ed S. Butterfield of this city is the only candidate for president no far men-! tioned. The place for the next meeting w ill also be selected.  BRITISH SHIPPING  AXD WAB LOSSES  By th**    Press  LONDON, Feb. IO. There were 20,000 British Merchant vessels aggregating 21.OOO,OOO tons, afloat when war began according to the annual report of the Mercantile Marine Service Association. OF these 9,000,-000 have been sunk, and after allow-ing fot replacements, there is a deficit of 3,500.000 tons.  In all 2475 merchant ships were sunk under their crews by enemy action, and an additional 570 fishing vessels, making a total of 304 5 crews cast adrift.  Merchant seamen serving aboard I British vessels, who have lost their I lives in action with the enemy, total 14,700.  G FRMTX I< 111 Bt ll BK LLS  MKT/TKD FOH FAX NOX  MUNICH, Feb. IO. All those who knew Munich and other German cities possessed of beautiful churches lead with a deep sense of regret, a year or two ago, that the military authorities had requisitioned the church bells for thhe sake ut the copper and other metal they contained. | The government tried to do it sys-i tematically, and took only such bells as would leave harmonious parts of a set of chimes intact.  Now the bells, or such of them as have not been melted up and used, I are to be returned to their original places. The government has issued an official notice to the efTect that it' surrenders its purchase right and will I sell back the bells to all who claim them.  tty th** Associated Presa  MUNICH, Jan. IO (Correspondence of the Associated Press). -the new Bavarian government has undertaken systematically to organize the reconstruction of industries and the*devel-opment of trade by the organization of a n«*w state commission to be composed of engineers who will endeavor to solve many of the intricate problems of a return from a war to a peace basis. The new organization is to be known as the Commission for tit** Furtherance and Development of Industry and Trjrde.  Minister of tin* Interior Auer, who was forced by a mob to resign his of-lice had promoted this organization and declared that the upbuilding of the farm, trade ami industry was the most urgent problem to be solved during the reconstruction period. "Without thorn,” In* said, “there <^an be no work; without work no bread m»t any freedom.”  it is intended that the new commission of engineers shall co-operate with the government by making an intensive study of the supplies of raw material and resources of energy such as mines, waterpower and electricity so as to direct an economical use of energy and develop new industrial undertakings for the purpose of utilizing all sources of power. The commission is intended to constantly advise the government and manufacturers concerning the use of all raw materials including fuel. It will suggest the transfer of ailing industries to other fields and co-operate with the government in the regulation of imports and exports.  The government is expected to consult with this commission in deciding tariff questions. It is planned that the new’ commission shall make a study of the possibility of increasing the efficiency and economic operation of state railways an*! of other stat** industrial operation*. It will be charged with th** duty of providing technical Journals with information concerning new’ business enterprises and selling opportunities outside of Bavaria. It is to co-operate with similar commissions if organized by the other states In the new German republic and with th** economic department of th** central government.  Minister Auer declared that the economic future of Bavaria and all of Germany depended upon the operations of this commission. If, ho said, the territorial ambitions of the Entente and Poland were even partly fulfilled in th** peace terms, and even if the Pfalz and Saar territories remained with Germany, that country would have to work desperately to replace the economic loss of Alsace-Lorraine and upper Silesia. Bavaria, he believed, could play a large part in this work of recuperation since it was almost virgin soil so far as the development of its industries was concerned and had huge Industrial possibilities.  Spring  Sewing  Time  At this time every one is interested in making new garments for Spring. We meet you now with a large stock of the latest Merchandise in piece goods and trimmings and with some extra specials.  Dry Goods Section  4-4 Family Bleached Muslin, Yard 22c  Very'Beautiful School Girl Ginghams, Good quality. Yard____________25c  Good heavy yard wide Percale. All  Good Patterns. Yard  All Wool yard wide Serge 05c Yard.  ---------25c  All Colors  Spring Showing  The most exquisite show ing of Suits, Coats, Dresses and Hats, which give individuality to the wearer and you can assure yourself of being well clad in one of our latest models:    Visit our Exclusive Ladies’  Ready-to-Wear Section.  DEPA R TM ENT S TOPE  PHONE ll  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  Established in 1002  AOA, OKLA.  «5 WOMEN HOLDING SUFFRAGE REMON STRIATION A UR EST El)  WASHINGTON. Feb. IO.—Sixty-five members of the National Woman’s party were arrested tonight by civil and military police after they had burned President Wilson in effigy in front of the White House as a protest against the threatened defeat of the equal suffrage resolution in the senate tomorrow. Several thousand persons watched the dem  onstration. but there was little discard er.  When taken to the police stations, the w’onien, w ho represented sixteen states, refused to furnish bonds for their release and were placed in the house of detention to await trial tomorrow.  A few dowers come like a ray of sunshine to a sick friend.—Ada Greenhouse.    2-5-tf  Notice Masons.  Call meeting A. F. & A. M. Lodge this evening at 7 o’clock, work In Entered Apprentice degree.- F. C. Sims, Secretary.  bb; appropriation  FOR ROAD BUILDING.  WASHINGTON, Feb. IO.—The annual postoffice appropriation bill, carrying a total of $400,000,000 and providing for the expenditure of $200,000,000 additional for road building for the next three years, was passed tonight by the Senate without a record vote. The measure now goes to conference.  The principal fight over the bill was on the committee’s amendment appropriating $200,000,000 for construction of roads, $50,000,000 of which would be available this year.  Insignia of Army Officers.  An officer of tho rank of general is al owed to choose his own Insignia of Mink. Some recently appointed olios*-four stars on th** shoulder We have therefore, this rule to indicate the dif ferent grades of general mheers:    On*  star. brigadier general; three star> lieutenant general; four stars, genera!  Good Shoe Repairing means Economy and Comfort.- Ada Electric Shoe Shop.    2-7-3t  Watch Burk’s window.    2-10-11   1  List your rentals with MISS DOB- 1  BINS. Special attention given repairs, small properties and non-residents’ properties.    2-8-3t*    J  Smart Coats and Capes  for  Early Spring Wear  The sudden change in#tlje weather proves to you more conclusively than any words we yould use how essential it is for you to have your Spring Coat or Cape now. From now on till June there will be many days when a wrap is necessary and the coat you have worn all winter is too warm to be seen in when you  meet your friends in smart Spring Apparel.  %  Our Coats and Capes in New Spring Models are unusually attractive in the New Season’s colors.  COME IN AND SEE THEM  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  115-117 West Main St.  Phone 117   

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