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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he gfoa Ctoenmg ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Spring Goods ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY him Ladies’ Suits —Capes —Coats —Dresses —Hats The Newest Styles and the Best Values in the New York Market will he found in our Store. Our buying connections are unexcelled and our prices are l ight. Visit us this week; you will not be urged to buy. PEACE LEAGUE IDAHO SENATOR GIW I* TO TO CONSTITUTION OE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. OUCH ACTION WILL FX>UX)W WHEN DEC ISION IS REACHED ON RUSSIA. STEVENS-WILSON CO. By the Associated Pres# WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 - Stating in a I tter to Secretary Tumulty that it was customary to hold in confidence information gained at such a gathering, Senator Borah of Idaho asked to he excused from attending a dinner at the White House at which President Wilson will discuss the Constitution of the League of Nations with the Foreign Relations Committee of Congress. Senator Borah added that nothing could make him agree with the leagues constitution as it now exists. DENEKINE’S ARMY REACHES CASPIAN By the Associated Press ODESSA, Feb IS.—The an ti-Bolshevik awny of Gen. Denekine has reached the Caspian sea having advanced 350 versts and captured 31.-000 prisoners, 05 guns and 8 armored cr ui srs. By the Associated Press PARIS. Feb. 18.—Some of the entente powers are planing as soon as the Russian problem now before the supreme council of the peace conference is disposed of to take up larger problems of the peace treaty. The state of public sentiment iii Australia, America, England, Canada has impressed their representatives here of the necessity of taking steps to return soldiers home as soon as possible but all agree this cannot be accomplished entirely in advance of the conclusion of peace. France is insistent upon compliance with the armistice demands for return of industrial machinery taken by Germans but some of the other powers believe Uhs should not be permitted to delay the signing of the peace treaty. These powers also contend that arranging the boundaries of new states cannot proceed after the signing of the treaty. No feasible plan for settling the Russian question developed during the two days the supreme council considered th % situation. The effort will be resumed today. MILLINERY Hats made of the new Pineapple Straw. The very latest creations are to be found in our Millinery department. $5 to $10 IL LIMIT WILSON TAKES VARDAMAN ELAYS PEACE LEAGUE HOTEL NOE TOTAL LOSS ONE CONDITION OF PRACH WILL OBEYING ORDERS OF PHYS!-BE ARMY OF NOT OVER CLANS TO RECUPERATE ON 25.000. VOYAGE HOWE. WASHINGTON, Feb. 18. Discussion of the league of nations developed unexpectedly in the senate today. Senator Vardaman of Mississippi, Democrat, declared the league unconstitutional and criticized President Wilson for asking Congress to remain silent on the subject until he returned to Washington. Senator Vardaman spoke only a few minutes and there wa? no further debate. By fl»«* Awm* Press PARIS, Feb. 18.—The special commission charged with drafting the terms of a definite armistice to last until the signature of the preliminary peace treaty ha? almost completed its task and it Is possible, says a Hava? report, that Marshal Foch will notify the Germans on Thursday or Friday of the military and naval terms which will be essentially those of the peace treaty. It is understood that a clause allowing Germany to keep only 25,000 men under arms will be included. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts. Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast. BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEA L I X G AGENT. Buy it now and he ready for an emergency. Price 25c. 50c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Bart Smith. By the Associate Pre** ON BOARD GEORGE WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. President Wilson's ship is 700 miles on its homeward journey and is running fast down toward the Azores islands, which probably will be passed sometime tomor-j row*. President Wilson continues his enforced rest prescribed by Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson, his physician, land has exercised little so far on the trip. It is probable he may announce a successor to Attorney General j Thomas W. Gregory on his arrival at Boston. lf you don’t sleep well at night from nervousness, indigestion or urinary troubles, you need Prickly Ash I Bitters. It purifies the system and relieves the kidneys and bladder. Price $1.25 per Bottle. Gwin & Mays Drug Co.. Special Agents. Assisting Heredity. \ nan’* instincts, intuition*, sot* sn-•••I- and perceptions, and especially . > habit*, art* changed. Improved and ' I.i.ide to overcome his hereditary tenth ncies tty the proper training of the Muscle*. With the impressions shot Into the other senses, mentally and physically, impressions of the corrective, helpful, improving sort, there is •lo reason in the world wily the hereditary nature of certain weak or unstable individuals cannot Is* aided and lifted out of their possibly unhappy state. 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 P HONE 34 EDMOND DEFEATS EAST CENTRAL IN BASKET BALL. The Edmond team defeated the Normal lads with a score of 49-15. I This is the first game that the boys 'have played off their own court. There were several complanits from the boys of the treatment they re-I ceived from their opponents. 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 by Bart Smith. Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a year.—Sterling Motor Sup ply Co. 2-5-tf Save Your Apples SPRAY THE TREES WITH LIME AND SULPHUR SOLUTION. I Pound Powdered Lime and Sulphur to 5 Gallons Water. Makes the Proper Solution. The work must be done during the next few days. As soon as the trees begin to leaf out it will l»e too late. Arsenate of I>ead Comes Later On. Gwin Gr Mays Drug Go. An Improvement. A young guardsman railed tho other day on a certain financier, who insists! on showing him over his magnificent private house, informing him not only where he purchased every article In it but the price he paid for it. When he had finish*a1 he askoi his visitor if he could suggest any improvement in the arrangement of tile house. “Well,” was the reply, “if you were to murk all the gotsls in plain figures it would save you a good deal of trouble.” t From Shawnee New.s-Herald ) morning Fire starting at 9:30 o’clock this; i morn lag in the basement of the Nor-! wood Hotel for three hours threat-! ened that and adjoining structures i with destruction. It was controlled i only after the most trying fight by the regular fire department and vol- ! ! unteers, who flooded the entire building with water. The flames worked up the partitions a? high a* the third floor. The damage to the building will probably be $25,000 to $30,000, while the loss to the Messrs. Willard on furniture and fixtures will probably be $7,500 or more. The build-; ing is owned by VV. F. Callahan of Omaha. Nebraska, and is valued at $65,000. The fire ie thought to have started from a water heater in the basement, j It spread to the coal stored there, and the resulting smoke and fumes made it impossible to get at the seat of the fire to fight it. Chaa. Eslick, former fireman, who was assisting the de-parment, was overcome by smoke in the basement and was pulled out unconscious. A lady member of a show' troupe fainter! and was carried down the fire escape by Chief Kennedy. The progress of the fire was watched* by hundreds of people. It was not until past one o’clock that it appeared completely subdued. SPRING Coats, Suits, Dresses NOW ON SALE. Call and see our lines whether you wish to buy or not. Jffiau's. DEPARTMENT STORE PHOM 77 S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established is IMS ADA, OKLA. RECOMMENDATION BY 101- day by the commission on international labor legislation in adopting plans for the proposed annual international conference. Samuel Gom-1 pers presided over the meeting. ^ By the Associated Pres* PARIS, Feb. IS.—Equal representation for governments, employers, and labor was decided upon yester- Shipments arriving daily in smart garments.-—Burk’s Style Shop. 2-18-2td-ltw “A,” Shoes.- •’AA”, and Burk’s. “AAA” taste in 2-18-2td-ltw HEARING ON ALLEN CHARGES P0SIP0NE0 ! WASHINGTON. Feb. 18.-Congressional investigation of losses ! among Kansas and Missouri troops of the 35th division lit the Argonne j forest fighting, asserted by Governor entering a car he noticed that some Allen of Kansas to have been excess- Feflow-Feeling. A* a well-known Scottish divine was of the passenger* were trying to eject a drunken man.* The minister promptly Interposed In his behalf and soothed tiiin into respectability for the rest of his journey. Before leaving, however. the Cisturlfrcr again muttered angry words to the other passengers; then, seizing the reverend doctor's hands, he exclaimed: “Good* day my fren’; I see you ken what It is to be drunk !** ively heavy because of inefficiency and lack of artillery, will go over | until the next session, according to a decision by the House rules com mi t-j tee today. AT THE PUT Easy immobilization. In birds and mammals ItnmftMtttk* Hon can be occasioned at will. la the leventh century Klrcher Immobilized fowls merely by turning them upon their backs. The experiment can he successfully made with any kind of bird. I have performed It with sparrow’s, with a wryneck and with the finch Immediately after their capture, thus excluding all Idea of training. The sam** result can he obtained with various mammals, especially with mice.—Exchange. AMERICAN. Anna Case, famed as singer aud actress, will appear in the drama. The Hidden Truth. It is a delightful western story. It is not only a drama of intense interest and power, but one is given an opportunity to hear her sing at the same time. I4MEKTY. The Million Dollar Dolls will present another livel yand entertaining program featuring Jess Buttons and others equally as entertaining. The picture program presents Harry Mes-tayer in the drama, The High Tide. For the Fiah Pan. My family is very food of broiled mackerel, but the pleasure Is lost for the cook with the thought of washing the ill-smelling broiler. My husband suggested laying the fish on u common warden picnic plate and tlien in turn on the broiler. The result was a whole fish, unbroken in taking It off tile broiler, and no disagreeable task after the meal, since the wooden plate can he horned when the meal is finished.—Good Housekeeping. Let a Want Ad get It for you. TED HEAGLE PLEADS GUILEY TO CHARGE OF MURDER j ARDMORE, Okla., Feb. 17.—Ted Heague in District Court today pleaded guilty to the murder ofH. M. j Nations at Wirt, November IO last. J The cases against Bard Caldwell and Ralph Faulkner, indicted with Heague, were dismissed. Nations! was held up on a highway, shot and 1 robbed. Heague will be sentenced next Saturday. 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 Every day we receive new Suits, Dresses, Blouses. Wonderful display.—Burk’s Style Shop. 2-18-2td-ltw The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117
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