Ada Evening News, February 14, 1919

Ada Evening News

February 14, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Clit gin VOLUME XV. NUMBER 286.ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Red Hot SPECIALS Six Spools Willimantic Thread________________25c Six Spools Sansilk____________________________25c 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, per Yard______________50c Good Quality Outing, per Yard______________15c One lA)t Prints and Percales, Yard____________15c IO Yards English Long Cloth________________$2.00 Boys’ Overalls, ages 5 to 16____________ $1.00 Men's and Boys’ Caps, Values to $1.00__________50c Men’s Corduroy and Mole Skin Suits________$9.95 16X32 Huck Towels___________________________9c Men’s Heavy Flannel Shirts_________________$1.00 One Lot Men's Good Work Shoes____________$2.95 K.\K(TTIVK UOUNCTL MAHR l l Or DKLIXiATKH FROM VAIII-OVS NATIONS. SHN ATK COMMITTEE MAKES RE- LEAGUE OF NATIONS PLAN PROFORMA ON SENATOR HARRI-    VIDE8    FOB    AHMED    FORCK, SON’S BILL.    i    IF    NECESSARY. By the A SWH’tat Hi Fit* ss    1 I PARIS. Fob. ll. The executive council of the proposed league of nations, as outlined in the covenant to be read by President Wilson before the peace conference today, will consist of representatives of the United States. Greet Britain, France, Italy and Japan, together with representatives of four other states. The council shall meet as often as necessary but at least once a year at whatever place designated. Any matter within the league’s sphere will be discussed and any matter affecting world peace be dealt with. The president of the United States shall summon the hist meeting of the body of delegates and j executive council. The league will have a secretariate under direction of a secretary general who shall appoint the other members and shall act in the same capacity at all meetings. Representative# of the contracting parties shall have diplomatic privileges ane immunity. Oklahoma City, Feb. 14, 1919. Evening News, Ada, Okla. Senate committee on appropriations recommended Normal building bill favorable.    Harrison. The above wire from Senator Luther Harrison this afternoon refers to a bill he introduced appropriating $100,000 for an additional building for the East Central normal. In view' of the fact that the Ada school is not provided for as well as the other normals, and the fact that the schools has reached such proportions that it is imperatively needed, there is every reason to believe the appropriation will be made. NOTES FROM THE WORLD OF SCOUTS. HH RHT SAYS CLANS BEING REPORT OF COMMISSION ON SO-WORKED OUT. WILE RE-    (TETY    OE    NATIONS EX REATTAIN CONSCRIPTION.    ED    TOD    AV REA ENI I: RI 1.1. GOES TO THE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON. Feb. 14. Final legislative action on the war revenue bill levying $6,OHO.CUO in taxes this year and $4,000,000,000 yearly there alter until revised, was taken late today by the Senate. Without a record vote and with but a few scattering “noes” the conference agreement on the measure was adopted as approved lasi Saturday b> the House. After th* bill is signed by Vice President Marshall and Speaker Clark it will be sent to the White House for approval by Ptesident Wilson, after his return from France about the end of the month. Only bi ief tit bale preceded the Senate vote. Formal appro\al of the bill by the President is regarded as assured and Treasury officials already have laid plans for collection of taxes based upon the rates. It* I ti** Amorino d l’tV'< KANSAS CITY, Feb. 14. John Cancel, manager of the Kansas City club of the American Association, Is on the hunt foi a catcher to succeed Jack Onslow, who brimse of the salary offered him. decided to play independent ball. He will manage the , Pittsburgh club of the Allegheny Steel League. Onslow is a baseball j siderable experience in and professional game, professional debut with as, in 1908. He was man of con-both college He made his Dallas. T*x-with the De troit Americans in t910. and later played with the NVw York Nationals. He Clime to Kansas City from the Giants last sprint. By lh* Associated Press PARIS, Feb. 14.—Admission of states not signatory to the covenants shall only be with the consent of not les^ than two-thirds of the states I represented in the body of delegates and shall be limitee to self-governing countries. International .I tot ice. Article sixteen of the draft provides if any party disregards the covenants which provide for arbitral j lion or inquiry by the executive coun-tcil in case of disputes it shall be considered as having committed an act of war against the league. In such case the executive council will determine each nation’s contribution to the league’s armed forces necessary to protect its covenants. Contracting parties shall endeavor to maintain fair conditions of labor for men, women and children and agree to establish as part of the league’s organization an international labor bureau. All treaties of international agreements entered into hereafter shall be-iegistored with the secretary general of the executive council and shall not be considered binding until so regis-I tored. Not Really for Senate Action. PARIS, Feb. 14. The plan for a league of nations which President Wilson will take with him to the United States will not be in a condition to permit action by the sedate until the treaty of peace is signed. A Big Spring Showing Coats, Suits, Dresses In the Big Exclusive Ready-to-Wear .Section of this Store. The Style center of the City. NEWCOMERS AMONG. FROCKS ARE ON DISPLAY. Plain and Figured Georgette and Foulard combinations. The most exquisite styles up to date. See This Line Before Buying. WAR STAMPS PAYABLE ONLY TO ORIGINAL OWNERS LOUISVILLE, K> , Feb. I I Dawson Springs, K>\, will be ihe spline training camp for the Louisville club of the American Association. William Neal. General Manager of the club, sa <1 the squad would number about twenty-live. The players will start for the training camp March 26 anad will stay days if weather permits. By the As>o, i*t< d Press WEIMAR. Feb. 14.—Count Von Bernstorff will not go to the peace conference as a German delegate. Germany plans for the time being a people’s army on the basis of general conscription. Germany will announce w ithin a few days her intention to carry out complete disarmament and demobilization and a commission of centrist, democratic and socialist parties are now discussing details of the new government’s program. These points are made by Friederich Ebert, the new* president of Germany, in a formal conversation with foreign newspapermen today. By (Im1 Assaria ted Press PARIS, Feb. 14. The draft of the society of nations plan will be made public at 3:30 o’clock tomorrow when President Wilson will present it at a plenary meeting of the peace conference at the French foreign office, according to an official statement tonight by the Society of Nations Commission which announc-j ed acceptance of its draft. Gas in the stomach or bowels is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv-er\ To .^et rid of ** Quickly taker HERBINE. It is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price 60c. Sold by Bart Smith. REN WATT IS A 1*1*01 NTEI> FISH AND GAME WARDEN Oklahoma City, Ok.. Feb. 14.— Governor Robertson has appointed • Ben Watt State Fish and Game Ward- ' en. It had been known for some time that the appointment would be made., The salary of the (lame Warden has been increased by the present legis- 1 laiure from $1,800 to $3,000. The appointment of S. C. Fullerton of Miami to be judge of the new judicial district composed of Nowata MINNEAPOLIS, Minn,. Feb. 14. Letter men of the University of Minnesota football squad will elect a captain for the 1919 season at their annual banquet to be beld today. Dr. H. L. Williams, the football coach, will make the presentation of letters. He also will deliver an address. The banquet this year will be open to the university at large for ihe first time. IOWA CITY.. la.. Feb. University of Iowa, for the years. 14 fir The t time in many years, has started spring football practice indoors. Veterans county w as announced today. Thej ur iast season, including Capt. Bobbin providing for the district was J man. Smith. Belding. Moekmore and Slater, were among the players out for the til's! practice. passed by ed bv the the legislature governor today. and sign A scald, burn or severe cut heals slowly if neglected. The family that keeps a bottle of BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT on hand is always prepared for such accidents Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold bv Bart Smith. The Rise’s Name. The na’ “rose" varier «#rifv slightly among different nations. The Romans cit I; *1 r<>v;i ji * * * * • t j adhered to in Bali n. Port uglier*. s,-,; :,nd Russian. I:: P,*!ish - i- r< a. ii, Dutch cook. in Swedish r. s arc! n French. German and Danish Custor**    O’ The airn . ? me- . lug asb** {ii,* ii > I ll*’ ''ii* -    t >    I    , origin. U i- peri em <-. In * ,■ probably rum f * plagues et x.’M’iu’j lawny v. 11 *»! (* i it,; mu ! was    !    |    an    * ' Lcr* i Ago. i 'if *>f Mi rn- j :’el pressing ! - aq uttereisUrg O’* *i human ex-d*Fe ag. s (urn! j v So it frequent <"■" ■»»*»**s swept j in Europe, It belle*. <**! that j Sensible Man. “Is Jlbway still staying out into every night while bls good wife sits up and waits for him?” “No.” ‘‘You mean he has reformed?” “Not at all. Jlbway stays out as bite as ever, hut bis good wife gees to bed and lets him sh >p on the porch lf he is unable to negotiate the keyhole with his Inteh-kev.” Info.-tim* w mv*>*’<! by *.*ugbii I ami am < 'iii .    11* ti. th** preen rn in. adoption of Ravine* ILi ll Sat unlay night—East Central Normal v*. Okmulgee. Normal Gym.    2-14-11 When you get ready to paper your house see .Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf Separating Photograph From Mount. When a photograph m oohed away from its mount, after being sufficiently soaked In water. Hie 'arf-ce of the print may be injured by ;he bending. This can be avoided by laying the print fiat on its face and pulling away the mount, stript ing it away In several! layers if necessary*—Popular Mechanics Magazine. Cutting Down Gossip. “lion <!.. you ttttp|K>se some people spent their spare time before motion pictures were invented?” “I don’t like to appear unkind to those pers*®s. but before they started to spending practically all af their leisure momenta in pie ti play booses they knew a great %deal more about their neigh!Mtra* primate affairs than they do now.” CHICAGO. Feb 14. Charlie White, the Chicago lightweight, having received his discharge after eighteen months or service as a boxing instructor, plans to launch a j campaign to land a match with Benin Leonard, the lightweight champion. White’s first contest will be With j Harvey Thorpe, a Kansas City 125-pounder, in Buffalo, N. V.. February 17th. During th*' war White was fir^t stationed at Camp (’lister and later became boxing instructor at Fort Sheridan. A. M. Dockery, third assistant postmaster general, has sent out the following: Th** following is quoted from a notice issued by the secretary of the treasury: “My attention has been directed fourteen to the numerous offers made by unscrupulous persons through advertisements and in other ways to buy wrar savings certificate stamps and. as a result of such offers, I am informed that owners of such securities have suffered material losses which would have been avoided by redemp- ! lion of the war savings stamps at post offices, as provided by law’.” “In order that the interests of owners of war savings stamps of either series mav be safeguarded, I hereby notify all persons to refrain from offers to buy war savings stamps or accept the same in trade.” In pursuance of the foregoing,! postmasters are directed not to pay war savings certificates on which the; name of the owners have not been entered or have been erased or changed; since, under the regulation?. they are not transferrable, and are payable only to the original owners. except in case of death or disability. Postmasters are further instructed not to pay any war savings certificates presented by persons or firms known to be buying, or publicly offering to buy, war savings stamps or certificates from the owners, unless positive evidence is submitted that the certificates were originally issued to the persons or firms presenting them for payment. 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 aud French Gray. Do not miss this and wait until a day after and try to get one of these Big Numbers, for you cannot do so. This is for Saturday the loth only. These are all Big Items. Retail from 95c to $1.50 SPECIAL DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established In 1902 ADA, DULA. JAN. NERONI ON By the Associated Press WASHINGTON. Feb. 14.—Cotton consumed during January aggregated 556,721 running bales, the census bureau announced today. AT IHE PUI NOUSES LIBERTY The Social Follies will entertain their audience this evening with the comedy, Cafe Razzel Dazzel. The picture program will present Earl Williams in the drama, A Diplomatic Mission. This is a romance of a young American of decisive action and character. A child that has intestinal worms is handicapped in its growth. A few doses of WHITE’S VERMIFUGE destroys and expels worms; the child immediately improves and thrives wonderfully. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Bart Smith. Buy your wall paper from Shelton Undertaking Co.    2-4-tf AMERICAN. Marguerite Clark is the star in the drama, Out of a Clear Sky. It is a story of what happened to a German I w’ho had the nerve to propose marriage to a Belgian princess. This is another splendid Paramount production. Try our 3 5c meals, fe, 214 West Main. Imperial Ca-2-6-tf Come to the pie supper Monday night, I. O. O. FL Hall. Auspices W. O. W. Circle. Everybody invited 2-13-3t That Photo lo Khaki Are the ones you had made permanent? Many of these Photos will fade. Why not let us make one for you? We guarantee ours Permanent. Stall's Studio PHONE 84 “Not Knocking the Doctor. Either. Sometime# it looks Iik«- th** doctor is the only person iii tile community who hasn’t a sure our** for had colds. —Galveston News. the the Hasid"# Rail Sat Imlay night—East [Central Nounal v*. Okmulgee. Normal Gym.    2-14-11 An Exception. “Misfortunes often bring out best there Is in n man,” remarked philosophic observer. “Great misfortunes sometimes have thut effect.” answered the cynical person. “but I have yet to tee the man who wears an *Oh-be-Joyful* expression after trying iii vain for thirty minutes to get a telephone number.” Just received a complete line of wall paper. Shelton Undertaking Co.    2-4-tf Let a Want Ad get it for you. Late Music Records * “Why Do They Call Them Babies?” “You’ll Have to Put Him to Sleep with the Marseillaise and Wake Him with an Oo-La-La.” “Hawaiian Breezes.” “Good Bye France.”—Nora Bayes. “My Barney Lies Over the Ocean, Just Like He Lied to Me.”— Nora Bayes. “Oh French}',” Fox Trot. “Me-Ow,” Fox Trot. POPULAR MUSIC. “Watch, Hope and Wait, Little Girl. “I’m Coming (Back to You.” “ Don’t Let Us Sing Any More About War.’”- Harry Lauder. “Mother, Here Is Your Boy." “Homeward Bound.” “I Ain’t Got Weary Yet.” Gtfin &-Mays Drug Co. Makes Them Envious. “Tile idea of a rich woman paying $1,000 for a fur coat I” exclaimed the socialistic observer. “That doesn’t increase the sum of human happiness.” “You are right, friend.” answered a hard-worked married man. “At any rate. It doesn’t increase tho sum of happiness among women who can’t afford to buy $1,000 coats.” I*1,000 MKN EN ROUTE HOME FROM ER A NUE. By the Associated Press W ASS HING TO N, Feb. 14. Three transports and the battleships Rhode Island and Virginia have sailed from France with 470 officers and nearly 13,000 men. II NERISON INTRODUCES RILL TO DAR I. W. W. (Staff Correspondent Ardmoreite) OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 13.— j Senator I - ti I lier Harrison, who repre-j gents one OI the counties in which the I “Roastin’ Ear Rebellion,” a “teacup I uprising” in opposilion to the selective draft law, occurred in 1917, has presented a bill for enactment by the senate which will bar I. W. V*. ami like agitation from the state. , The bill is a duplicate of the Oregon I law. i Harrison’s proposed law defines criminal syndicalism and sabotage ! and the definitions are so worded J that the machinations of the mem-J bets of the I. W. W., come” within j both definitions. Maximum penalties of ten years* imprisonment and fine | of $5,OOO are included for violation • of the law. Anyone who advocates “crime, j physical violence, arson or destruc-I tion of property in effecting industrial ends,” comes within the purview of the bill. The law is so worded as to even preclude the distribution of I. VV. VV. Pamphlets, songs and literature and it is made unlawful for anyone to rent a building for meetings of such organizations as are barred bv the hill. Advice. “I want to educate Gwendoltn sc that she can make home happy for Rome good man,” said the mother. “All right,” replied the father. “Start in now by helping her to cultivate an aversion to cats, canaries and rubber plants.” Strong Attraction. “Daubson says that the last tim# one of his pictures was exhibited a crowd gathered In front of it.” “That’s true. An old woman who was employed In the hall had a fit on the floor right under Daubson’s masterpiece.” with Never Seen Together. “Is Jack Gllthers still going that dashing Miss Peacher?” “Why, no. Haven’t you heard the news?” “Tell me.” “They are married now.” Hard Pressed. Ben Brokeleigh—Darling, let us get married at once. I positively can’t llv# another day without you. Certie Gotrox—Why, Ben, I had no Idea you were that hard up. Notice Masons. The special meeting called for tonight for Ada Lodge No. 119, A. F. & A. M., is postponed until tomorrow (Saturday) night.—F. C. Sims, Sec’y. mifna.wr namvinj. The smulb-M pa vsengor- ca Trying rollway in England is to lie found on the estate of S. I*. Derbyshire, at Ilkeston. The gauge of the roadbed is only seven Inches. Th** engine, a perfect model pf the Midland railway 1,000 class, is th re e-« uh rfer-horse power and will haul four adult passengers of the miniature truck. vOTtmuRrs nos STC a. “These latest passengers needn’t bt so stuck up” he fried, “I was ihi first man to cross the ocean in Hire* ships,”—New York 8un. The Mocking Biro. The mocking bird is a native of Interim and the West Indies, and ii Vinarkahie for its vocal powers and ’or its faculty for Imitating nth* r birds is well as different sounds which ‘t leant. Its voice Is full and musical, md capable of modulation, from the fieur tone of tho woodthfush to the (cream of the eagle. Seems 8o. “What is the word that is not in the bright lexicon of youth?” asked th# forgetful man. “Work,” answered the wealthy father of a tango expert.    * th# Notice to Owners of Uliickens. As gardening time is approaching, several complaints have been made about chickens and other fowls running at large and trespassing upon adjacent premises. Notice is hereby given that it is a violation of the city ordinance for chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and other fowls to run at large and hereafter said ordinance will be fully unforced against all who permit th4r fowls to run at large and t reap aka upon their neighbor’s premises. Those owning any of such fowa? take notice and keep them up. J. L. RAWLS. Chief of Police, City of Ada, OUI;] 2-14-6t The Difference. Mrs. Gay—I have a knocker on outside of my door. Mrs. Grouch—I’ll bet it’s nothing to compare with the knocker Tv# got off the Inside of mine. Keep Trout)* Yourself. Life for tin* vast majority of us is none ton carefree. This trouble, or that disappointment, makes our world very cheerless ut times; hut dwelling upon our problems, elaborating ui>oii our difficulties, or longing to shure those unpleasant realities with other#, will not ald us one iota, We, each. Individually, must si mid our own ground, and, if we are vise, refuse to Im* Influenced by any unproductive moods. Let a Want Ad get it for you. A Superb Collection of    J Beautiful Georgette Blouses For the woman of taste who seeks something distinctive as well as becoming, this collection of new' style Blouses for early spring wear has appeal of more than usual interest. The trimmings are Beads, Braids. Embroidery or lace. Some of them are elaborately trimmed and others more simple effects. Colors are Grey, Bisque, Yellow, White and Flesh. Priced From $5A5 to $12,50 The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-11?    West Main St. Phone 117 ;