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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma • f VOLUME XV. NUMBER 287. 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 Lot Prints and Percales, Yard------------15c IO Yards English Long Cloth----------- $2.00 Boys’ Overalls, ages 5 to IG-------------------$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 STEVENS-WILSON CO. ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 I TWO CENTS THE COPY $ * ti MI LITA KY FORCK MI ST BE MS-• CUSSED AGAIN IN THE 4 - FUTURE. By the Associated Proas PARIS, Feb. 15.—With today s plenary session of the peace conference concluded and the new framed covenant of the League of Nations read and discussed, President Wilson left for Paris. Tonight he will leave for Brest on his way back to the United States, Mrs. Wilson accompanying him. Lord Robert Cecil OI Great Britain and Premier Orlando of Italy, voicer! their approval of league covenants today when Wilson had finished reading them, but Leon Bourgeoise of France, while expressing satisfaction, made wide reservations which indicated his proposals for international military force will be heard again when the debate pro-icoeds further. PA Kl S ( OMMKNT REVEALS SOURCES OF OPPOSITION TO MILITARY LIMITATIONS. By the Associated Presa PARIS, Feb. 15.—Comment in representative French newspapers on I he constitution of League of the Nations as presented at yesterday's plenary session of the peace conference reveals little enthusiasm. The Journal, one of the most widely circulated French papers, declares the French people must not lose sight of realities and insists that when “a seductive idea of disarmament is mentioned, it is our duty to ask plainly where are the guarantees and what is the force which will shelter us from a reaction of tragic surprises.” The Boho de Paris concludes a long article by saying “we are forced to conclude that the twenty-six articles bring us no security. Until they are changed w*e fcan sacrifice nothing of our means of defense to them.” __ A Big Spring Showing Coats, Suits, In the Big Exclusive Ready-to-Wear Section of this Store. The Style center of the City. NEWCOMERS AMONG. FROCKS ARE OX DISPLAY. Plain and Figured Georgette and Foulard combinations. The most exquisite styles up to date. See This Line Before Buying. FIW SIMI VI Mil CAGERS WL COSI OF FO IR) AGI WAR STAGGERING OKMULGEE LADS HEBE FOB GAME WITH WILSON’S QUINTET. TEAM US STRONGER. ONE HU NORED SEVENTY-NINE BILLION HOLLARS SPENT. UNITED STATES FIGURES. The Normal lads who meet the tossers from Okmulgee tonight have put in a week of very strenuous work By the A* Wk-ta ted Tress WASHINGTON Feb. 15.- Exclusive of expenditures by Belgium, and are in the best of condition to j Portugal, Rumania. Austria-Hungary eater \ game than they have been in and Bulgaria, the total cost of the this season. The game with Central j war has been fixed at $179,000,000.-was an excellent lesson in basketball OOO in an official estimate today, for the locals and the two practices based on data with the federal re- that they have had since that time serve board, secretary of the treasu- have served to smooth out many ry and bulletins from the Swiss soei- wrinkles in their work. There is ety of banks, estimating the expendi-; Concn transfer uo., naming ------------------------- much better team work and less of lures to January 31, last. The totalled* News I rioting lo., printing foi ms ------ the individual play that charact,, i«-«I expenditure of the foiled Stat.- is Southwestern Bell Telephone-Co., telephone and telegrams/- the earlier games of the season. placed at $18,481,000,000. ** Wood, feeding men. October Practically nothing is known of 1 , Electricity, October the strength of the visitors. How-' 1W() ( i t GLASS WATER President Gordon has ipst completed a report to the Government regarding the outlay for the Student Army Training Corps. The citizens of Ada will be interested in this report, as a number of them contributed money and enthusiasm to help secure Hie Unit. It is interesting to note that j in addition to tin* money that the young men spent in Ada while here the j government spent a little less than $12,000. Another interesting feature! is that of this amount $.VIT was spent outside of Ada. There was I t for salaries to the members of the Student Army Training Corps $5,670. iii is safe to say that a large part of this was left in Ada. A careful pe- j lineal or the itemized statement below will show’ the various kinds of J ’firms and enterprises with whom the money was spent. One man. a local j dentist, who did something like $70 worth of dental work for the S. A. T. C.» would make no charge at all, asking the privilege to contribute this much to the government’s cause. ItemiztHl Statement. IF D. Hill, overhauling barracks, building latrine, arranging mess hall ------------- --------------------------- I Olson Plumbing Co., plumbing-------------------------- R E. Haynes, kitchen equipment------------------------ Coffmail, Bobbitt A Sparks, stoves for barracks, flag pole---- Ada Electric * Gas Co., labor and material for barracks and mess hall ---------------------------------------- ll. B. Howard, sink for mess hall------------------------- Mess equipment and supplies for barracks---------------- j Flag pole (Henderson Machine Shop) and battling sand for flag pole__________________________________________ Insutaace ------ ---------------------------------- 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 anet White, Standard Blue and White and French Gray. Do not miss this and wait until a day 7 after and try to get one of these Big Numbers, for you cannot do so. This is for Saturday the 15th only. These are all Big Items. Retail from 95c to $1.50 SPECIAL Uturns, DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE ll S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established In IOMI AOA, OKLA. to December 17 ever, they are the representatives of one of the largest and livest high schools In the state and the game tonight at the Normal gymnasium promises to be a thriller. East Central’s lineup will probably be the following: Forwards. Young and Wimbish; center, Vernon; guards, Dorsey and Gilmore. SETS GIVEN BY W. O. \\ A handsome cut glass water with the Woodmen emblem, will be given as a first premium to the person securing the most applications for the W. O. W. up to Match ll. A plain cut glass water set will be given to the person getting the second most | *, or j|j an | ie | B Hospital--- II. Wood, feeding men. October I and November Electricity, December___________ Gwin & Mays Drug Co., Fumigators I Supplies .Oklahoma Paper Co. ---- bt ’ Jackson Bros., cots and mattresses $753.07 paid $68.46 bal. due _______________________________ Gas ------------------- --------------------- Transfer of men to Fort Sill ----------------- MacTbwaite Oil and Gas Co., lost tools------------ First National Bank, interest on money borrowed _ applications These sets aie to be given by the When you get ready to paper your | following men who work at the glass factory: Harry Grover. Herman Ufer and Henry Faber. These sets are now on display at Sehreiber’s. 2-15-It house see Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf Camp Surgeon ________ Drugs -------------- - Special medical attention Salaries paid S. A. T. men .That Plioto Iii 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 P.:ONE 84 TOTAL _________________________________________$18 $ I 551 60 I 488 85 700 90 184 45 323 83 6 50 86 4 3 27 50 23 75 3 OO 29 60 51 24 4 159 78 79 20 59 32 7 65 18 38 821 53 104 03 56 70 12 OO 103 90 I 4 34 21 987 OO 360 OO 154 90 160 OO . 5 670 (kl) .$18 656 25 RED CROSS LOCATES BROTHER ! Red Cross at Berne, Sw itzerland, en-OF PONTOTOC COUNTY MAN closing a letter from his brother. On Nov. 19, 1918, Mr. John Muller Mr. Muller lost no time in notify-of Ada came to Red Cross head- iag his local chapter and expressing quarters and asked if we could assist his appreciation for the wonderful him in locating his brother in Switz- service the Red Cross is rendering erland from whom he had not heard lf there are others who have relain over two years. «ve in the foreign countries and can We immediately took the matter up with the Bureau or Communication. and today he is the happy recipient of a letter from the American not hear from them we shall be glad to assist you in locating them. MRS. ORVILLE SNEAD, Chapter Secretary. PITTSBURG UGI VI V RAILWAY MI ST BESTORE 5-UENT FABK OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. 15.— The Corporation Commission has issued an order directing the . Pittsburg County Uailroad Company to j store a 5c faie from the city to the state prison. The case was brought to the commission on complaint of S. W. Morley, warden of the prison, thai the street railway company had increased the fare to 10c. Just received a complete line of wall paper.- Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf HOUSE COMMITTEE PASSES FAVORABLY ON HILL FOR BUYING SITE HERE. ' Late Music Records the Marseillaise and •‘Why Do They Call Them Babies?” “You’ll Have to Put Him to Sleep with 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 Frenchy,” Fox Trot. -s "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.” Gwin <S- Mays Drug Co. The following telegram was received at 3:30 this afternoon from Hon. Tom I). McKeown at Washington: "Byron Norrell, Ada, Okla.: “Public buildings committee of House reports favorable on bill for | $10,000 for postoffice building site at Ada. TOM 1). MCKEOWN.” MARTIAL LAW REICKS IN CIU OE BELFAST By the Associated Tress BELFAST, Feb. 15.—Troops took I possession of the gas works anil the J electric power plant here this morning. Tile mayor in a proclamation j says that military support will be given authorities and asks for volun- ! leers to carry on municipal service. j A Superb Collection of THE CHEERFUL CHERUB How re*sonlas3 is Hum^n Trope-- In spite of Flores I without end I’m still convinced tho* jome brioht day I’ll find fc. re*, I. platonic Friend^ * VTC*' 4, LATE FLASHES. By the Associated Tress Stahl i zing Board Urged. WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. -Approval of a proposal to establish a government price adjustment board | to stablize conditions during the post war period was cabled today by President Wilson to Secretary of Commerce Redfield. £_ Harrisburg Arrives). NEW YORK, Feb. 15.—Transport Harrisburg which sailed from France February 5 with twenty-two hundred and thirty troops arrived here today. Beautiful Georgette Blouses For the woman of taste who seeks something distincti\e 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 7 , White and Flesh. i • * Priced From $5.45 to $12.50 Mine Destroys Stephanie. Stockholm, Feb. 15.*—Steamer Stephanie of Memel, Prussia, was sunk when she struck a mine off German Barile coast. Entire crew of fifteen lost. Wilson to Boston. BREST, Feb. 15.—When President Wilson left here today for the United States it was announced he w’ould land at Boston Feb. 25, where he was expected to make an address covering work performed by peace conference. The Surprise Slate Established 1903 ,115-117 West Main St. Phone 117
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