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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma TWO CENTS THJi COPY ADA, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1919 VOLUME XV. NUMBER 290. Goods ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY Ladies9 -Suits 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. ASSASSIN FIRES FIVE SHOWS AT AGED STATESMAN WOVNDS NOT SKK1OVS. SIM US PKACK COXFEKKXCE WILL DE- TWO XAVAL OFF1CKRS FACE O1DH CONDUCTING CLAIMS. CHAUCiKS OF (JKAFT IS DEAL- ING WITH APTiaCAXTS. By the Assoclati'd Tress j PARIS, Feb. ID.--When JugO-Slav Kf Hie Assovlatrd 1'ross By till1 Associated 1'l'css PARIS, Feb. 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 resi- lience in.-Rue Franklin to go to the I 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 Clenionceau's wounds were in his back and shoulder. The shooting took place at about o'clock and the assailant, an or- dinary looking man was arrested. About 11 o'clock this morning it was officially announced that M. Clemenceau's wound.was not serious. Policeman Gonrat, -who was wounded by ono of (he assassin's shots told the 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. French embassy here has been advised that the condition of Premier Clemenceau, whose life was.attempted this morn- ing, does not appear dangerous. The premier, the advices add, was taken to his home immediately after the shooting- Bullet LONDON, Feb. official dispatch received here says doctors after an examination of Premier Clemenceau's wounds said that ow- ing to his great physical power, the premier would be able to ward off serious results. The bullet entered his left shoulder and has been lo- cated near the right shoulder. SCORES LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND AGA1XST V. S. BECOM- INK MEMBER. claims for territory on the Eastern Adriatic came before the Supreme of the peace conference it was WASHINGTON, Feb. by courtmartial of two naval officers in the third naval district has been or- tentatively decided they should be dered by Secretary Daniels. It was transferred to a committee which announced today that sufficient evi- was entrusted with the examination of Rumanian demands, says a Havas Baron Sonnino. Italian for- deuce had been submitted this morn- ing in the preliminary report by in- vestisators to warrant immediate ciinlster. objected and a com-! trials. Secretary Daniels said that at premise providing that claims least two other cases were pending, cardiis- Austria-Hungary and Bui- j The cases involved acceptance by garia be referred to a special com- the officers of a J1000 bribe for pass- mission while the Adriatic question should be reserved was adopted. ing an applicant physically unqual- ified for others >r th to Se e duties he sought and 'ecnre detail enabling the ls not recommended fur applicant to remain on home service everything: but if you have i indefinitely. liver or Mudder kidney, trouble it may tic fouml jus! the medicine you need. At druggists in larxe and medium size bottles. Vou may receive a sample site bottle o! this reliable mcilirinc by Parcel Post, also ininphli-t tellini; about it. AdtTew Dr. Kilmer IliuKhaoiion, N. Y., and enclose cents, also mention the Ada Daily News. AT THE PUT Let a Want Ad get It for you. That Photo In 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 1JBERTY. The Million Dollar Dolls will present another all round entertain- ing program this evening with sing- ers, dancers and comedians galore. Entire change of program. The pic- ture program presents Ethel Clay- ton in the Paramount drama, The GirKWho Came Back. AMERICAN'. Anna Case will appear in the drama, The Hidden Truth. This tal- ented young American woman is equally gifted as an actress and sing- er and while the play'is presented the audience also hears some of her best Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a Motor Sup- ply Co. 2-5-tf Save Your Apples SPRAY THE TREES WITH LIME AND SUL- PHUR SOLUTION. 1 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. Arsenate of Lead Comes Later On. Grtin
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