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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he «lba (Ebenmg  vm tttwt? VV mitmrfto 9x3  ADA. OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ll, 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______  One Lot Woolen Dress Fabrics, Serges and Novelty Woolens, fine assortment of colors    I AA  Special Clearance Price * •v/V/  One Lot Woolen Dress Goods, values to $1.00 Special Clearance Price----------  Big Line of Ginghams, values to Soc    OCp  Special Clearance Price__________  One Lot Ladies’ Suits    I    A AA  Final Clearance Price y ll/«VU  IU I. KS ('OM MITT HK ORDERS PKO  visions Anon* to appropriation RILL.  By the Assoriatevl I'refc**  WASHINGTON, Feb. ll. To save the new three year naval building program from defeat through a parliamentary coup the house rules committee today ordered the report ' of a rule making legislation authorizing construction of ten battleships, and ten scout cruisers as part of the I $720,000,000 appropriation bill. A volt 1  on the rule was to be taken later in the day.  M AK RS PUBLIC INTENTION OF HOLDING ISLANDS TAKEN FROM (J KR MA NS.  By th** Associated Press  PARIS. Feb. ll.—Japan has reit-, elated her Intention to hold the Mar- j shall and Caroline islands in the Pa-I ciflc which she took from Germany during the war. as well as to insist upon execution of her agreement  with China regarding Shantung Province. A formal statement to this effect by the Japanese representatives has been made public here.  *» *■ I.... JAPAN It Al  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  USE OF  I Senator Luther Harrison has in-! trod need a bill in the state senate appropriating $100,BOO for a new building for the Fast Central normal.  ! This school lias increased so rapidly  :  in numbers and efficiency that the present building is inadequate for i the work and the friends of the normal Lope to see more adequate quarters provided.  GERMANS WILL ELECT PRESIDENT  I       '    '.......'  By th** A•'-oviatt ti Press  WEIMAR, Feb. ll. The German national assembly has adopted the I provisional constitution with little amendment. The national president will be electeil Tuesday.  IEV. DUNI FEELS lf HIS RUTH TO SPEAK  THREATENS WAB ll ( HINA REIT SKS IHI A(X’EI)K TO ll KH DEMANDS.  By tin* Associated Press  WASHINGTON. Feb. ll Japan’s attitude toward China in the peace conference is causing grave apprehension among representatives of the other assfociated powers. According to official diplomatic information reaching here Japan has virtually threatened war if China makes public ihe secret treaties between the two countries and fails to carry out the agreement to make Japan the successor of German rights, .property and concessions held by Germany at the war’s outbreak. Information now available discloses that when the Chinese delegates arrived at Paris they reported according to advices that the Japanese minister in Peking pointed out to China that Japan had til idlo array of over a million armed and munitioned for a long war and referred pointedly to large Chinese debts in Japan.  AIJJKD FORCES BHAT OFF AT- EXPECTS TO TAKK ACTIVE PART TACK SOUTHEAST OF ARCH-    IN    SHAPING    DETAILS OF  ANGEL.    *    PEACE    TREATY.  Wants Others to Benefit by His Experience—Gains Fifteen Pounds tty Taking Tanlac.  KING URGES MEASURES OF  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 __________25c  All Wool yard wide Serge. All Colors 95c Yard.  Spring Showing  The most exquisite showing 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.  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE ll  S.M. SHAW, PROP.  Established in 1009  ADA, OKLA.  tty the Aiiwclitrd Bren*  LONDON, Feb. ll.- The Bolshevik! launched an infantry attack Saturday against allied positions near Srimakrenga, southeast of Archan-d, ii«d suffered a repulse, according to an official statement on northern Russia activities issued by the war Dffice.  =t your rentals with MISS DOB-. Special attention given repairs, I properties and non-residents' rties.    2-8-3t*  Hist Photo l.i Khaki  Are the ones you had mad** permanent?  Many of these Photos w.ll fade. Why not let us make H^ne for you?  We guarantee ours Permanent.  Stairs Studio  PHONE 84  Br lh** Av-*«Hiat*-d Pres*  PARIS. Feb. ll.- Evidence of President Wilson’s intention not to abandon the peace conference upon ratification of the society of nations plan is found in the disclosure that he plans to return from Washington to Paris by March 15. This involves so brief a stay in Washington as to permit only the signing of bills during the closing hours of congress. Ii is understood that Wilson intends giving personal attention in Paris to the work of the supreme executive council which promises to be tin- most important feature of Ihe peace conference after the society o nations plan is disposed of.    Ununi in it \ prevails  that the society of nations commission report will he adopted by the conference.  Aching in the small of the back is an indication of kidney disease. The proper course in such cases is to begin at once the use of Prickly AsL Bitters. It is an effective kidney remedy and system regulator. Price $1.25 per bottle.- Gwin & Mays Drug Co., Special Agents.  Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you.—C. A. Cummins. 1-15-tf  Rubber Goods  -(-there’s great satisfaction in the fact that you can mw buy a HOT WATER BOTTLE OR A FOUNTAIN SYRINGE which is guaranteed for TWO YEARS.  I KANT LEEK WATER BOTTLES KANT LEEK FOUNTAIN SYRINGES AMERICAN BEAUTY RUBBER GOODS MAXIMUM RUBBER GOODS are all i brands which are sold exclusively by us and guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction.  ME CAN’T SEE HOW ANY PERSON CAN ENJOY HAVING THE “FLU” unless they have one or tvo HOT WATER BOTTLES. REXALL-is the njnie—Rex—King and All all Rexall, King of All.  $  Win &- Mays Drug Go.  Rev. J. II. Dunn, pastor of the Church of Christ at 2110 East Second Ave., Spokane, Wash., and residing at 724 West Sharp Street, is still another in this high calling whose j deep sense of gratitude and desire to help others will not permit him to remain silent regarding the wonderful benefits he has derived from the use of Tanlac.  “Tanlac has not only relieved me of my ten years suffering,” said Rev. Duda, recently, but it has built me up wonderfully, as I have gained fifteen pounds in a month’s time by I taking it. My stomach was in such a disordered condition that I could not eat without suffering great pain. My food felt like lead in my stomach and  !  I would expel sour gas with almost every breath. Thos** who diagnosed my case told me I had cancer of the I stomach, and my worry and physical suffering combined were extreme. My bead ached constantly, and I continually lost in weight, strength and energy. I spent around three hundred dollars for medicines of various kinds but got no benefit and my condition was indeed distressing.  “I finally bought Tanlac on the strength of high endorsements and my first bottle made a marked change in my feelings. So I bought another and then another, and now I am just like a new man. Before I took Tanlac I could not eat apples on account J of the suffering the acid caused me.  I but now I can eat any number of i thorn. In fact, I can eat just anything now' without the least discomfort afterwards. A medicine that will help anyone out of such a long term of suffering and set them right is certainly well worth recommending to the public. It gives me pleasure to do what I can for my fellow man, and as Tanlac has been of such, great benefit to me, and not only to me, but also a number of my friends, I can conscientiously recommend it to everybody.”  Tanlac is sold in Ada by Gwin & Mays Drug Co.  By tlit* Associated Presa  LONDON. Feb. ll.—King George in opening parliament today urged quick and decisive action on reconstruction measures and asked that Parliament "spare no effort in healing the causes to prevent unrest.” The King stated that the government bill asking for better housing, formation of a department of health, fulfillment of pledges to labor that unair competition lie prevented and betterment of agricultural situation through improved transportation would be introduced.  WHEAT PRICE GUARANTY MUST BE CARRI ED OUT  COMMITTEE TO STUDY  PROBLEMS  ,vas report, the supreme war council has appointed a committee o feight to study the questions. The council therefore, has postponed the adoption of conditions to be imposed on ermany for an armistice renewal.  R. A. M. and Council.  By the Associated Press    Ada    Chapter    No. 26, R. A. M., and  PARIS, Feb. ll.—In view of the Ada Council No. IO will meet this complexity and diversity of problems j evening at 7 o’clock.—EJ. C. Sims, involved by the armistice, says a Ha- Sec.  #   By the A»so«iat* <1 Press  WASHINGTON, Feb. ll. Senator Gore in an address to Hie Senate today said the government should pay the difference between the guaranteed price of $2.26 per bushel for wheat, and the price in an unregulated market and assured the farmers they need have no doubt that the government would keep faith with them in carrying out the price guaranty. He characterized the guaranty as an obligation as sacred as a thrift stamp or government bond.  AT TUE PEAY  WEATHER FORECAST.  Partly cloudy is the forecast for Wednesday.  Gas in the stomach or bowels 1r a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly take HERBINE. ** is a marvelous liver stimulant ai.-  # .,el purifier. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith.  Am going to sell modern 5-room house on East 10th street. Worth the money. See me.— A. B. Blanks. 2-6-6t.  LIBERTY  The Social Follies Musical Company opened their weeks engagement yesterday to big business and is one of the best musical shows that has played the Liberty for some weeks. Rube Ferns, the Wizard of Joy had them laughing from the start to the finish, race Connelly the girl that has danced around the world was also & feature. Tonight The Battle of Uotte Enufe is a strong military comedy and one big laugh.  Plenty of singing and dancing and six pretty girls. Thursday night will be feature night. See “Whose Baby Is it.” Fifty dollars if you can guess. Try it.  AMERICAN.  Mary MacLaren Is the star in the special attraction, Bread. It is a six-part story of a hungry soul founded on the masterpiece by Ida May Parks. This is a picture it will pay one to see. Coming tomorrow:    John    Bar  rymore In the drama, On the Quiet.  Smart Coats and Capes  for  Early Spring Wear  The sudden change in the weather proves to you more conclusively than any words we could 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 7   

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