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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ®he gfoa evening jletog  VOLUME XV. NUMBER 288.  ADA, PKT. A HOM A. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY  Red Hot  SPECIALS  Six Spools Willimantic Thread----------------2->c  Six Spools Sansilk----------------------------25c  9-4 Bleached Sheeting, per Yard--------------»0c  Good Quality Outing, per Yard--------------loc  One Lot Prints and Percales, Yard------------loc  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  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  PAPERS SKKOMiV ANTIMAN 9^™ ON ^ N “^° N8I ^ ,TH   EKATION.  ALLIANCE IN LEAGUE OF NATIONS.  Bv tho Associated Tres*  BERLIN, Feb. 17.—'The “so-called i  League of Nations" is the headline placed over an outline from Paris of the League’s proposed constitution by the Zeitung Ain Mittag. This Berlin newspaper declares the League is merely an alliance between the live great nations who reserve the right to admit or exclude other nations. The statement in the covenant that disarmament shall take into consideration “geographical situation,” plainly means, the newspaper says, that Fiance shall be exempted from its provisions. Morning papers did not comment. Paris dispatches arriving too late for them.  By tilt* Associated Pre*#  PARIS, Feb. 17.—Attention of the peace conference delegates was centered on Russia today, the supreme council having decided that as the time for the acceptance of the invitation to the Princes’ Islands conference had expired something else must be done.  Winston Spencer Churchill of Ureal Britain has suggested that the invitation be renewed and that some of the conditions that made the first invitation unacceptable to some Russian factions be omitted. It is possible, however, that direct negotiations may be started by commissions appointed to get in touch with opposing elements in Russia.  MILLINERY  ll  ' , a*"    ‘i*  Hats made of the new Pineapple Straw. The very latest creations are to be found in our Millinery department.  $5 to $10  EK MAN HEUS SEIZE MUCH PLUNDER IN SIDDEN ATTACK RANKS SAVE KINDS.  RACK lft>WN AFTER KOCH EK* Kl SKS TO ('ONSIDER DEMANDS KOR DELAY  By Hie Associated Press  BERLIN. Feb. 17 - Spartarans from nearby towns marched into Gelsenkirchen early this morning and overpowered local military and police forces and plundering of the city followed. Doors were blown in with hand grenades and much booty taken by the Spartacans. Banks had been warned in time and saved their funds from the looters.  Notice of Enforcement of Lien,  In compliance with stock subscription contract of the Kirk Oil company hereby offers for sale to highest bidder at the residence of F. E. Bristow at 322 West 17th street, Ada. Oklahoma at the hour of nine A. M., on February 28. the following shares of the capital stock of the Kirk Oil Company.  25 shares subscribed by Loveletty Smith.  25 shares suDscribed by E. Lively and  2 5 shares subscribed by Mrs. Fits- PRtrlCk     2-17-11  That Photo lo Khaki  Are the ones j#u bad made permanent?  Many of theae Photos will fade. Why not let us make one Tor you?  We guarantee ours Permanent.  Stall's Studio  PHONE 34  By the Associated Presa  COPENHAGEN, Feb. 17.- The German government Sunday night accepted the allied terms for armistice renewal, according to a dispatch to the Politiken from Weimar. The meeting at which the acceptance was decided upon, the Politiken’s correspondent says, was attended by all party leaders.  Foeti Rr<»oks No Delay.  COPENHAGEN. Feb. IT. Replying to a request by Mathis Erxberger. head of the German armistice commission for a delay in the signing of ihe armistice terms until Monday noon. Marshal Foch declared that the armistice expired at 5 o’clock Monday morning and that the last hour for signing would be 6 o’clock Sunday afternoon in order to be able to issue the necessary orders to the troops.  If not signed then. Marshal Foch said, he would be obliged to leave Treves and the armistice would no longer be in force.  Answering Erzberger’s counter demands, Marshal Foch said the new armistice terms had been fixed by the heads of the associated governments and that he was unable to alter them.  A Weimar dispatch under date of Saturday, February 15. says the German government requested an exten-i sion of 24 hours time in which to re-I ply to Marshal Foch’s proposal for a I prolongation of the armistice.  It was pointed out that, owing to the delay in receiving the armistice I commission’s report, a reply could I not be returned by 6 o’clock as fixed by Marshal-Foch.  NO MOVEMENT ON ARCHANGEL FRONT SINCE LATE REIM l#SK OK ATTACK.  By th** Associated Pre#*  ARCHANGEL. Feb. IT Since February 11 the Bolshevik! have made no attacks against allied forces on any sector of the Archangel front. Allied airplanes report no en-,emy troop movements behind the lines since the bolshevik wlthdiawal southward.  Allied military leaders believe the bolshtvik offense was stopped by allied and American troops and not | by Bolshevik acceptance of the invitation to the Princes’ Islands contei-jence. The bolshevik! are increasing their efforts to destroy allied morale well as morale among new Russian conscripte troops. Their propaganda  1  is well written and is printed in English.  NORWOOD HOTEL BEUNING. RELIEVED (ITHEll PROPERTY WILL RE SAVED.  HEGE SI M APPROVED TO OPE RATE ROADS ENDER GOVERNMENT CXINTROL.  Bv the Associated Pres*  Washington, Feb. 17. An appropriation of $750,000,000 for operation of railroads under government control was approved today by the House appropriations committee. Former Director General McAdoo asked for that amount to be added to the $500,000,000 revolving Hind provided in the original railroad control act.  SHAWNEE,, (Special).- The Norwood hotel, the largest in this city, is burning and will probably be a total loss. The fire was discovered iii the basement this morning about 0:30 and by noon bad broken through the fourth door. The firemen have succeeded in confining it to the hotel and it is thought that adjoining property will be saved.  WOMAN CANDIDATE FOE  POLICE CHIKE AT ARDMORE  Ardmore, Okla., Feb. 17.—Interest was added to the municipal campaign in Ardmore Saturday when Mrs. Bob Hutchins made announcement that she will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for chief of police at the primaries March 18. This is the first woman to ofTer for office in Ardmore and her candidacy has brought forth much comment, favorable and otherwise. Her husband is a republican and was elected chief of police one time here on an independent ticket Already six men have announced for the office and It is expected two or three more will file. The registration books will be opened for women voters to register February 26.  Substitute for Platinum.  Palladium furnishes a substitute for platinum In the dental Industry, there by releasing from use the latter metal. It Is nearly as hard as steel, ami has the curious property of swallowing hydrogen. A piece of palladium will absorb Col) times Its own bulk of hydrogen.  SPRING  Coats, Suits, Dresses  NOW ON SALE.  Call and see our lines whether you wish to buy  or not.  Mfuuis.  DEPARTMENT STORE  PHONE 77  S.M. SHAW. PROE*.  Established In 1909 ADA, OKLA.  IM HAPE  I By the Associated Press  MUSKOGEE, Feb. 17.—Bishop E.  Ie Hoss prominent churchman, who Try our 35c meals. was stricken with apoplexy' Friday | fe, 214 West Main.  night for the fourth time in as many years was slightly improved this morning but physicians hold out no hope for his ultimate recovery. Bishop Hoss is seventy-four years old.  — --   - -  WEATHER FORECAST. V  Unsettled weather is the forecast for Tuesday.  Imperial Ca-2-6-tf  A   f -,  Just received a complete line of wall    paper.—Shelton    Undertaking  Co.    2-4-tf  Late Music Records  « “Whv Do They Call Thom 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 Frenchy," Fox Trot.  “Me-Ow," Fox Trot.  POPULAR MUSIC.  “Watch, Hope and»Wait, Little Girl, ‘Tm 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 Gr    Mays Drug Co.  Foundation of Brotherhood.  “The doctrine cif the Brotherly Milo la u beautiful dream, but i* mains forever (he baseless fs.br * • • dream, unless it is founded npoM deepest of all realities, the Fat lo i ii* of God. To better our social voodoo* we need close thoughts, en.*-study, a diligent application of th** !■•* methods, hut at last without faith : the eternal fouiftlatlona there can Is • final adjustment of social difficult* aud all earthly wisdom Is but as soma lug brass and clanging cymbals.” I' Samuel Smith.  World’s Lightest Wood.  The balsa tree, which Is now being cultivated in Costa Rica, produce* the lightest-known wood in the world. It is in great demand for all purposes where lightness of construction is of importance, it is very porous and a good Insulator and is much used in airplane building, as it offers the minimum amount of air resistance.  Rests With Man to Accomplish.  Tin* door of opportunity » s  nev*r closed to the man who has the des! e to real Iv*. • his ambitions and til** will to do sn. And to the one who believes that the world Is a fair field, there is no closed door. It but awaits the man who will lift the latch and walk through without questioning what awaits bim.  Boring Rubber Corks.  To bore a bole in a rubber cork 1$ a problenmto anyone who does notI know the trick, but simple enough when that is known. It Is to moisten the borer with a little of a fairly strong (say IO per cent) solution of j caustic soda or potash. It will then cut the rubber with little more diftl- j culfy than It will cut cork.  Rich Rhine Country.  Strange to say, the fine grapes an grown on the eastern slojies of th* Rhine and the choicest varieties, as Johunnlsburger and Stelnberger, are produced higher up the river, south ol Hie Rhine province. It Is, nevertheless, the land of the vine, especially the Moselle valley. The substantial claim of the province Is its mineral wealth.  A Fathom.  When sailors apeak of fathoms they do not always mean the same. thing. On board a man-of-waf a fathom means six feet, on hoard a merchant-man five and a hair feet. and on board a fishing vessel five feet.  No Charmer, Thisl  Furthermore, why do they rail er ear-splitting whistle a “siren?" Oui understanding of a siren Is that people don t try to get nwny from her.-Galveston New*.  Passions’ Qrowth.  Let me not forget thut the power and Joy of sacrifice grow upon those who exercise It. Bure passions grow as well as (lurk ones,—W. L. Watkln* son.  Active Volcano.  The most active volcano In the world Is Mount Sunguy. It Is 17,190 feet high. situated ou the eastern chain of the Andes, South America. It has been in constant erupt 1 -*n since 1728.  More New Silks Have Arrived  We have many new additions to our advance showing of Spring Silks the last few days, those who visit our Silk section will see many interesting novelties. Radium Foulard, Spring Satins, Georgette Crepes, Silk Shirtings and Chiffon Taffetas. Every day we are receiving new shipments of goods and you will find it pleasant shopping inspecting the many new arrivals.  Come Some Day This Week  Newspapers Run by Women.  More than a score of dully newspapers in the United States are owned and actively managed by women.  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main St.  Phone 117   

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