Ada Evening News, February 19, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he a toning JHetoa VOLUME XV. NUMBER 290.ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Spring Goods rn _ — ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY Ladies9 Suits —Capes —Coats —Dresses —Hats The Newest Styles and the Best Values in the New York Market will be found in our Store. Our buying connections are unexcelled and our prices are right. Visit us this week; you will not be urged to buy. STEVENS-WILSON CO. WOUID-BK ASSASSIN KIRKS FIVE SHOTS AT AGED STATESMAN WOUNDS MVT SERIOUS. PRACK CON KKR EX CE WIKE DE- TWO NAVAL OFFICERS FACE CIDB CONFLICTING OI.AIMS.    CHARGES OF GRAFT IN DEAU INC WITH APPLICANTS. | -------- ar the Associated Pivss PARIS, Feb- IS.— When Jugo-Slav By the Associated Press claims for territory on the Eastern Adriatic came before the Supreme council of the peace conference it was By the Associated Press PARIS, Feb. 19.- Georges Clemen-ceau, France’s aged, but vigorous premier, was shot at and slightly wounded this morning as he entered an automobile in front of his residence in Rue Franklin to go to the war office. Five shots were fired by the assassin and it was first reported that the Premier had been shot in the head but it developed later that Clemenceau’s wounds were in his back and shoulder. Toe shooting took place at about 8:55 o'clock and the assailant, an ordinary looking man was arrested. About ll o’clock this morning it was officially announced that M. Clemenceau’s wound was not serious. Policeman Gourat. who was wounded by one of the assassin's shots told the Associated press that the premier rushed up to the man and grappled with him when he realized that his life was being attempted. Condition Not Serious. LONDON, Feb. 19. The French embassy here has been advised that the condition of Premier Clemenceau, whose life was attempted this morning, does not appear dangerous. The premier, the advices add. was taken to his home immediately after the shooting. Bullet lvocated. LONDON, Feb. 19.- An official, dispatch received here says doctors after an examination of Premier Glenn liceau's wounds said that owing tc his great physical power, the premier would be able to ward off serious results. The bullet entered his left shoulder and has been located near the right shoulder. SCORES LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND AGAINST U. S. BEAMING MEMBER. By tile Associated Proas WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.—In the first prepared address on the League of Nations delivered in the Senate since the proposed constitution of that boy was publishe, Senator Poin-exter of Washington, Republican’ today declared the entrance of the United States into the league meant surrender of American rights, priv-eleges and sovereignty, abandonment of the Monroe doctrine ana violation of the national constitution. The senator declared the league’s constitution contained no provision for its abrogation or withdrawal of a nation and said: “Decision as to the relative reduction of the United States army and navy in proportion to other powers would be taken absolutely out of the jurisdiction of the American people and vested in the league.” This in itself, he said, would be violation of the constitution of the United States. * ♦ ♦ WASHINGTON. Feb. 19.- Trial by courtmartial of two naval officers in the third naval district has been or- tentatively decided they should be; dcrcd by Secretary Daniels. It was transferred to a committee which announced today that sufficient evi-was entrusted with the examination deuce had been submitted this morn-of Rumanian demands, says a Havas ing in the preliminary report by in-repert. Baron Sonnino. Italian for- vestigators to warrant immediate •igi minister, objected and a com- trials. Secretary Daniels said that at premise providing that claims re- hast two other case* were pending, garbing Austria-Hungary and Bul- The cases involved acceptance by garia be referred to a special com- j the officers of a $1000 bribe for pass-missian while the Adriatic question ing an applicant physically unqual-shoul# be reserved was adopted. ified for the duties he sought and —  ......................... others to fecure detail enabling the QWAMt^* 18 n<* »*coiiii»et»ded for j applicant to remain on home service ^▼▼ Aiflr ■ r»trvthinc but if vou have indefinitely RUSSIANS REJECT CONFERENCE PLAN '• + * + ♦ + + ♦*♦ + + + ♦ + + Road .Meeting .saturday. ♦ The next meeting of the Pen- ♦ totoc County Good Roads As- ♦ ♦ social ion will be held at the ♦ ♦ court house Saturday afternoon. ♦ ♦ Further details of the organiza- 4* , * tion and its work will be per- ♦ ♦ fected at this time and the board ♦ ; ♦ of directors will announce the ♦ ♦ officers.    ♦ jr- MILLINERY Hats made of the new Pineapple Straw. The very latest creations are to be found in our Millinery department. $5 to $10 SPRING Coats, Suits, Dresses NOW ON SALE. Call and see our lines whether you wish to buy or not. Jifiaivk. DEPA RTM EN T S TORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in IMH! ADA. OKLA. err Tything nOAT kidney, liver or bladder J Kvv/ I • trouble it may he found just J tho medicine yon need. At druggists in la rite and medium sire bottles. You may receive a sample sire bottle of this reliable medicine by parcel Post, also pamphlet telling about it. Adcreas lh. Kilmer & Co.. Hinghanitoit, N. Y., I and    ten cents, also mention the——— j —Ada Daily New?. Ai IHE PEA! Let a Want Ad get it for you. 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 34 LIBERTY. The Million Dollar Dolls will ; present another all round entertaining program this evening with singers, dancers and comedians galore. Entire change of program. The picture program presents Ethel Clayton in the Paramount drama. The Girl .Who Came Back. AMERICAN. Anna Case will appear in the drama, The Hidden Truth. This talented young Amebean woman is equally gifted as an actress and singer and while the play is presented the audience also hears some of her best songs. By I tic Associated Press WASHINGTON. Feb. 19.—Formal rejections of proposal that they meet Bolsheviki and other delegates at Prince’s Island was handed to the peace conference at Paris today by representatives of the Siberian, Archangel and Southern Russian governments .according to a dispatch to the Russian embassy here. World's Deaf-Mutes. The amateur student of statistics will find plenty to ponder over in the figures as to the distribution of deaf-mutes throughout the world. A reel 'lit report on this phase of the census of tin* United States gives the proportion as 42.H per IOO,(IOO, and shows that in the group of countries whose figures is 50 or less all are English-speaking except Holland.—Oregonian. JUDGE GREEN, NOTED LAW PROFESSOR, DEAD Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 19.—Judge Nathan Green, since 1856 a teacher of law in Cumberland University at \U^brfn’non, died unexpectedly last night at his home there. Had he lived until tomorrow he would have beeu 92 years of age. tative decision was reached today by the house ways and means committee to authorize no increase in the unissued amount of Liberty bonds, but, instead, to authorize the treasury to issue notes maturing from one to five yearn for any additional suras needed. NOTED LECTURER HERE IRIS EVENING Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a year.—Sterling Motor Supply 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 be too late. * 1 Arsenate of Lead Comes Later On. GvQin &- Mays Drug Go. Warm Combination. <»n a cold winter day Dr. Horatio C. Wood, Sr., noted sp»‘eialist and medical writer, was chatting with his friend, the lute Dr. Horace Howard Furness, the eminent Shakespearean scholar. A third man approached, whereupon, with a laugh. Doctor Wood said: “Doctor Furness, let me present Mr. Cole. Surely the three of us cun now forget the cold.” MAY ISSUE NOTER I NST MA I) OF BONDS WASHINGTON. Feb. 19.-—A ten- Kirschbaum and Curlee Suits.— Burk’s.    2-1    S-2td-ltw Let a Want Ad get it for you. j&lMf ■    '    V    .M'AV Animals and Toes. No living representative of the animal kingdom has more than five toes, digits or claws to each foot, hand or limb. The horse is the type of the one-toed creation, the camel of the twotoed, the rhinoceros of the three-toed and the hippopotamus of the four-toed, aud the elephant and hundreds of other animals of tile five-toed. liOIIS ALBERT BANKS Boston Dr. Louis Albert Banks of Boston will speak Wednesday evening at seven thirty at the First Methodist Church of this city. Dr. Banks is an orator of national fame and even world renown. His coining to Ada w ill be an event of more than passing moment. In addition to his rank as preacher and lecturer, Dr. Banks is the author of more than fifty books, and they are books found in every minister’s library in America. But his coming to us is for the purpose of addressing a mass meeting of the citizenship on, “World-Wide Prohibition Coming and America Leads the Way.” The public will find great delight in this great man’s message. A~ Possible Cure. Mrs. Lott—“Is there no way you can break yourself of that habit Of talking In your sleep?” Mr. Lott, tremulously hut hopefully—“Do you think it would help at all, my dear, lf you’d let me talk more when I’m awake?’’ lire's Jesters. “It seems very strange,” observed the almost-philosopher, “that the persons who regard this life aa a huge joke are the ones who say they can See no point to it” J Y. Q. McCammon noticed in Sunday's Dallas News that Pete Bro-gania was kiljed in an airplane accident at Barron Field, Ft. Worth, Texas, Sunday. He was one of a parly of four who visited the Horseshoe Ranch in airplanes during Christmas week He was at that time mechanic for Lieut. Thompson, Judge Armstrong’s son-in-law and was the life of the party during the trip and the visit at the ranch. (?. A. Algeo, for several years a resident of Ada. was in the city today on business matters. He drilled several wells in this locality and has lost none of his interest or faith in the field. He is certain a big pool will be found somewhere around here and says none of hiR Ada property is for sale as he expects to return. 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 Fact and Fancy. Said the facetious observer: “One of the principal differences between the! frugal woman and the fat one Is thatj one tries to reduce expenses and the other expanses.” Shelton Undertaking Co. has received the new ambulance ordered recently. The Surprise Store Established 1903 415-117 Wesf Main St. Phone 117 ;

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