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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 285. AnAT'oKLAHQMA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Visit Our Ready-to-W ear Department We are receiving New Coats and Suits Daily from Sunshine and Merit People, Ranging From to in Price STEVENS-WILSON CO. 'ARMISTICE W1IX BB EXTENDED UVT NO 'FUUTHER KRIFUNG WILL UK TOLERATED. fly tlio Assorliitfd Tress PARIS, Fob. Supremo War Council, says a Havas report, 'has decided thai the armistice with XJermany will be renewed February 17 tor n very brier period with the] allies reserving the right to 'it at any time in event Germany does not carry out the terms of this and i previous armistices. It Is said the. 'terms will provide that Germany cease hostilities against the Poles and maintain her armies within defi- nitely fixed limits, During the pro- visional armistice period a special commission will definitely draft con- ditions of the armistice to last un- lil the signature of -a preliminary treaty. Reports say thai President Wilson considers that non-execution of the terms by Germany would justify re- sumption of the war and it is said he would not hesitate lo order the Am- erican army to take up arms again if the Germans prove treacherous. VK4CK COHERENCE''1 'COMMIS- PROPOSAL BV BRITISH. KBW UKRMAN GOVERNMENT tfUJL, INSIST ON A1JJBD RECOGNITION. COMMITTEE HAS REPORTED AL- MOST RKADY TO SUBMIT TO PEACE CONFERENCE. Bv Assoclan-il 1'rcss BERNE, Switzerland, Feb. As the result of a long conference between Mathias Erzberger, member of the German armistice commission, and various ministers in Berlin Mon- day it was decided, according to the Frankfort Zeeitung that Erzberger will demand that the allies recognize the new Berlin government when he meets the entente chiefs to negotiate for armistice renewal. That Photo In Xhaki you had made Are the ones permanent? Many of these Photos will fade. Why not let us make one for you? We guarantee ours Permanent. Stall's Studio PHONE 34 K.v tilt1 I'rt'Ss PARIS. Feb. Commission on Society of Nations resumed its session at o'clock this morning with full attendance to receive the report of the drafting committee. It was hoped to reach a final adjust- ment at today's silting. If this hope is realized it mny be possible to sub- mit (lie plan Friday. Mr. Walter Sellers and Miss Alice Knight wen' nnltfd in marriage ft the Presbyterian munse Wednesday afternoon at Both parties wi-ro from Mt. Pleasant. Texas, but the bride had spent the past month here visiting Mrs. Lamb. They left for Mt. Pleasant after the ceremony and will make their home there. Attention, O. E. S. The Eastern Star chapter will hold its regular meeting this evening. A full attendance urged. WEATHER FORECAST. Fair weather is the forecast for Friday. Let a Want Ad get It for yon. Late Music Records "Whv Do They Call Thorn Have to Put Him to Sleep with the Marseillaise and Wake Him with au Oo-La-La." 'Hawaiian Breezes." 'Good Bye Bayes. t. 'My Barney Lies Over the Ocean, Just Like He Lied to Me. Bayes. 'Oh Frenchy." Fox Trot. Fox Trot. POPULAR MUSIC. Hope and Wait, Little Girl, "I'm Coining Hack to You. "Don't Let Us Sing Any More About Lauder. 'Mothcir. Here Is Your Boy." Bound." Ain't (lot Weary Yet." GvOm Mays Drug Go. Ily the Assoiri.-Ui'd 1'rcss PARIS, agreement reached yesterday by the commission on international labor legislation of- the pence conference to accept article four of the British draft to settle the future status of International labor, marks the passing of an obstacle which labor eNpectcd would provoke a bitter contest. Article four pro- vides that at a proposed internation- al labor conference government rep- resentatives, employers and working people can speak and vote indejiend- ontly of views expressed by other del- egates of their nations and have pow- er to draw up conventions binding on the nations' representatives. The British draft covers a wide field, in- cluding provisions for relief of unem- ployed by R system of registration and' cooperation between employers in different lines of industry to meet i tlnct uatine labor demands, a system of inspection to insure execution of plans and recognition of the rights :if men to organize and picket. COTTON TO ASSBMHLK IN COl'RT HOl'SE TO PLAN KOR 1010 CROP. In accordance with instructions sent out by Governor Robertson and the Department of Agriculture, J. B. Hill, County Farm Agent, has called1 a meeting of the farmers for 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Court House. The object of the meeting is 10 discuss (tint cotton sit- uation and to select a .delegate to a meeting to be held later In Oklahoma City. The Governor is of the opinion that the welfare of the cotton grow- acreage for 1919. There is a surplus ers depends upon the reduction of of cotton now in warehouses. To plant a big acreage this year and raise another big crop is to invite disastrously low prices. Mr. Hill believes that every cotton grower who can possibly come to this meeting should be present. The time has come when the farmers must plant those crops which are most cer- tain to be money makers, Mr. Jim thinks. A Big Spring Showing Coats, 9 la the Big ExsJusive Ready-to-Wear Section of thja Store. The Style cen- ter of the City. NEWCOMERS AMONG. FKOOKS ARE OX DISPLAY. Plain and Figured Georgette and Foulard combinations. The most ex- 'quisite styles up to date. See This Line Before Buying. Basement Special EXTRA! For Saturday Only. BIG Enamel Ware Special consisting of Kettles, Roasters, and Dish Pans of the best Grade Wares, the Pure White, English Blue and White Standard Blue and White and French Gray. Do not miss tikis and wait until a day after and try to get one of these Big Numbers, for you cannot do so. This is for Sattirjfey the 15th only. These are all Big Items: Retail from to 5.1...0 SPECIAL UERM.1N -P01JCE LOCATE Mt'CH SOUGHT AFTER AGITATOR IN BERLIN. By the Associated Press BASLE, Switzerland, Feb. Karl Radenk, Russian Bolshevik emissary who has been accused by German authorities of being the in- stigator of numerous radical, out- breaks'in German territory, has been discovered and arrested by Berlin po- lice according to a Berlin dispatch to- day. His whereabouts have been a mystery for some time. PHONC 77 S.M.SHAW, PROP. Established in ADA.OKLA. m FOR EXPORT TRADE By the Assoclntod'Press WASHINGTON, Feb. tion of the nation's export business will be transferred March 1 from the government export control committee to Conrad E. Spense whose appoint- ment as assistant director of traffic in charge of export and import traf- fic was announced today by the rail- road administration. The permit sys- tem for exports will remain effective till further notice. 1.1 All the leading grocers handle KNOTT'S VERI-BREAD. 2-12-3t Komls Sheeting. The good roads association of Pontotoc county will meet to- morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock at the court house. Col. Sidney Suggs of Ardmore will attend this meeting and confer with the organization on the matter of roads. Every citizen who favors good roads is urged to attend this meeting. i VIKNNA REPORT SAYS REVOLT SPREADS AS RESULT OK BOLSHEVTKI AGITATION. HffliLTIIll OF no mm WASHINGTON, Feb. 'flu" has caused more deaths In this i country during the last four months than1 America's losses by death in nineteen months of the war. Figures made public here today showed the extent of the scourge and its com- panion disease, pneumonia, In this country. The figures compiled by the pub- lic health service, disclosed that in cities of this country alone there were deaths from Sep- tember to January. These figures do not take Into consideration any ot the country or rural sections of the country or any of the small towns or cities. It Is estimated that a com- plete census of the flu's .ravages In United States would disclose be- tween and deaths In the Septembpr-January period. New York led the cities in which a census of deaths 'was taken, with a total of In point of per- centage, San -Francisco-suffered most having 28.8 deaths per ot pop- ulation. Bring in that picture and let me frame it for A. Cummins. 1-15-tf Il.v the Assoolntcd Press BERLIN, Feb.1 general in- surrection is In progress throughout Rumania, according to a special diis- patch from Vienna. King Ferdnand was wounded slightly in attempting to flee from Bucharest to Jassy with the royal family. Rioters in Bucharest streets are openly demanding the overthrow of the dynasty. The newspaper Village of Budapest learns that the revolt is part of the Bolshevist propaganda. In a clash between military ana demonstrants at Bucharest sixty were killed and 150 wounded. ADVOCATE GEN. By the Assoclnted Tress WASHINGTON, Feb. dent Wilson appointed as Judge Ad- vocate General of the army Major General Enoch S. Crowder to suc- ceed himself for another four years beginning February 15th. To Keep From Corroding. Steol pens lire dostroyeil hy corro- Rion from acid In the li.k. .1'ut In the Sink some nnlls or old steel pens, and (lit- arid will exhaust itself on them, nnd tho pen In use will not corrode. Just Arrived Children's Spring Frocks A 'Variety of Bewitching Styles in Ginghams, Linen and Repp I The materials of which they are made are of the 'Very best grades. They will wash and wear. The of the making is the admiration of every I' mother who sees them. The styles are very charm- "ing indeed, simple affairs in plain colors, plaids and stripes. Some prettily smocked, others daintily em- broidered, in a variety of combinations for Spring. Sizes 2 to 16. Priced from Let a Want it lor you. The Surprise Store Established 100I> J15-117 West Main St. Phone -117   

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