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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 291. FEBRUARY TWO CENTS TMK COPY MEN are more Critical than ever about Quality these days Especially In Hats With material and labor higher it is more necessary than ever to look closely for values. Our new Spring STETSONS not only are "style" distinctively, but they have unexcell- ed wearing and holding quality. They keep their shape as long as they last. Let us show you the assortment we have se- lected for your approval. STEVENS-WILSON CO. (JKNERAL AND SURGEO-N GENER- AL INSIST CONDITIONS NOT BAD AS REPRESENTED. c of Kotterop In Westphalia with artil USING ARTILLKUY IN ASSAULT OX ROTTKKOI- IX WHSTPHAUA. UKL1KK SKNT. coe, 0- 0., Feb. ,0_ can forces ure bombarding the town Health conditions at Brest, France, h rtil neral camp conditions and handl- ing o, though that camp, re the "highest praise from all who inspected them -since the first General Pershlng reported to- duy to the War Department as the result of recently published stories mid a congressional whness describ- ing Brest conditions as terrible. General Terslilng and the chief surgeon and inspector general of the A. 10. F. all personally inspected the camp during the montn. Total deaths among1 transients and perma- nent garrisons at Brest from Nov. 12, to Feb. 7, 1013, were COMMANDER OF RUSSIAN EXPE- DITION SAYS REPORTS EX- AGGERATED. Rotterop's defenders is being sent from .Mnenster, the message adds. m or LONDON, Jan. ence of the Associated lo were siau liolshi'Viki Iinve a well equipped i0ver tjoO.OUO men entered France via. i ..i _ _i: .1 trM 11 i Oil .1 i c ft 1 t li n en 111 P uud disciplined urmy of one million men and will have doubled its sizis and effectiveness in another six or seven months, says the Rev. Cyprus Richard .Mitcliell, Anu-rican Young Men's Christian Association secretary who was in charge of the associa- tion's work at Kazan on the Voljja river and who lias returned from Rus- sia alter fifteen months of service in Holshevik Kussia. Dr. Mitchell Iras just tiled his re- port on the Russian situation as it j applies to the American V. M. C. A. I 'work with the for ihe j I'nited Kingdom here. The gravest danger to the Bolsho- 'vik ivginio, Dr. Mitchell believes, is 1 famine. If the Bolshevik! can feed Russia for tlie next six weeks, they Hrest and over left the same way. I'tirshiag's report says. LEAGUE OPPONENTS will continue' in power indefinitely is i tlu> conclusion reached by Dr. Mitch- oil. "If the Uolshi'viki can hold irol until tho end ot February they1 will probably carry on for another 1- he said. "In spite of tho fuel thai 1 am not a Bolshevik. I do SAX FRANCISCO.'Cal.. Feb. gentlemen in the Senate who are sotting out to defeat this league of nations are those 1 would not trust over former President Wil- liam 1-1. Tuft said here today at a luncheon in his honor by civic orga- niralions as a part of the program of Ilia 1'ncifK1 Coast Congress League to Enforce Peace. are citing the Constitution Dy tile Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. Gco. F. Stewart, Commanding Amer- ican troops In Northern Rcssia, today cabled .the war department: "Alarm- ist reports concerning condition of troops in Northern Russia are not warranted by facts." FREOUADS SHORT OF EQUIPMENT Jan. (Correspond- ence of the Associated Press) France, as a result of the war, finds itself short of locomotives and 100 001) cars, while the transporu- i tion' material that is still nominally i on the active list is badly out of re- pair. The shortage of rolling stock has become very acute lately, for the number of locomotives und cars out of commission for various defects has increased since July last by 10 and SO per cent respectively. To meet the growing difficulties in the matter of repairs, the state mu- nition factories at Lyons, Toulouse and Hoanne have, since the armistice been turned with all speed into rail- road repairing shops, The French government has long hesitated to place orders in the Unit- ed States, whore alone new rolling stock could be procured, for fear of depressing the French rate of ex- epress of tho change unduly; but the country's 'i became so pressing that orders 111 t II i iJtrUii m v; -TVJ f have now been given, it is understood an argument against it." continu-j fol. SOO locomotives and oil Mr. "I revere and worship while 27.000 American thai great instrument, and it. is a new1 J story'to me if the Constitution pro HKKRON ANr> AU.K.N A.MKR1CAX PEL1-X5ATES, MKRT- ING UNCERTAIN. BE TO KIO- IT UN TO LABORS IX KOl'R Oil K1VK DAYS. vents this people from playing their part in bringing peace and order and happiness to ourselves and the oth- er-peoples of the world. 'This is not u. political Question, 0-e To con r a Pvomise of a league of na- tion very seriously whether these ,icallon at lhis Ume of parties could keep peace among of i not beJieve it is possible for any non-Bolshevik piirty or combination; !to overthrow the Bolsheviki without I a very liberal allied assistance. But I j the Bolsheviki have no right in Po-j land. Should the allies take con- 'Turn To The Right" The Right Place To Trade New Shipment of Box Coat tailored Coat Suits up to date and high class. Moderately Priced. Dry Goods New Silk Stripe tissue ginghams now on Sale The Yard _____________________ The Latest Word In Oxfords Queen .Quality and other good lines for wo- men. Moderately Priced. and Men's Clothing Reduced Means money in your pockets. See use before Buying. Men's Khaki Shirt Special JU5 Former Price By tlH- Press PARIS, Feb. D. Herrou arrived here today from Geneva and menoeau, By i In- Assnn-liited PARIS, Feb. 20. -Premier HIT! tTU Hi" l V i is ra consultation with William Allen this morning, was White his colleague in the proposed condition, no lov conference with Russian factional1'-- governments on Prince's Islands. There is still no definite announce- ment concerning plans for the meet- ing but indications are that either the original program or some other form of conference with the various gov- Cli' according to latest re-ports eminent s either individually or col- sat MacW rom ln> uonnds, It as s at, rt a his residence Jiat In a rost [g and the doctors Mad him a difficult pa- He insisetd on receiving vis- that were to have been shipped to France for the use of the Ameri- can Expeditionary Force have also. been acquired. Perhaps the biggest task before the French" transportation experts is tlje restoration of the destroyed railway tracks In the invaded part of France. army of workers will be engaged on this great work for months. It includes the reconstruc- tion of fourteen tunnels and uofu-iue ui bridges for which tons ot j theniselves !or mp.e t KID, a few ,g lo the months-. Thi thing tn.it iuaMR i t (ieInyinK W01-w pcace 100 years. r addition, hundreds of miles of luissian situation so difficult is e question at this time >s branch lines have been tem- that the Russian peasant and the Kroat plao of Uie .-Sorrowod" for military p.ir- league of naMo-ns is to be defeated popes rrom elsewhere, and must now because we can't get a two-thirds majority of our senate for its rati Meat Ion." S.M. SHAW, PROP. PHOHE 77 IMabllshed In 19M will be arranged by the en- j tonte powers. a Removing Paint From Glass. Ordinary cuniiiieri-ial iiiniiionla n quite etlident remover of paint, pcclnll.v fr-.m uinss. Apply with doth swab. Within "r 20 minutes will so Atoned that it, >nanou knife or a tul-ne. Two Bites and a Sup. While miiny of our fainiliiir compart- luive t'oon by tuodero itors all day yesterday and in discuss- ing events with Foreign Minister Pi- chon As he converses with those around him he gives the impression that he will be in his'chair at the peaee conference sittings within toil'- or live days, for be keeps repeating. is nothing.'" Kviimimitioii of Uoiind. 1'ARl's. Feb. 20.- -An X-ray oxam- of Premier Clonienroau s just been taken for devel- opment later. A bulletin upon the ri-siilt is expected to be issued Intel in i he day. tact i nut me itusTuuit i'j Russian warkmafi will uot fulfill his usual obligations, or curry on his work. He is lazy, selfish and refuses to espouse the cause of either the Bol- slievik or non-Bolshevik. I know this to he true in Hie conflict between the Bolsheviki and Czechoslovaks along the Volga and 1 have abundant evi- dence to inspire me to believe that i thi? is true all over-Itus-sia. j "It seems as if tho capable nnd el'- ficieiit Kussian women will have to i stem Hie flood of disorder and com- pel this Kussian tumult and rhuos to take on order and power. It is there. It will come. Cut It. will come slowlv and only after the heart of FREE ADVICE ON E M1TIERS VUI1S. i'. -i- conditions, new cdmimrisinis lire tak-j extensively Ing their example: "Aflj Stone for Rosaries. rosaries sold at Knndiihar arc yet fully began lo reel and Today and tomorrow morning It is theatricals, the outpouring of the na- tive dramatic instinct of the Kussian. but. tomorrow noon will begin the serious sober reality to which we ran build an international structure." The departments affected have been divided up into sections, for leach of which a "chief i has been appointed. Each of them has been required to give an undertak- j ing that he will have his section in proper working order as regards transportation, in tho course of the present year. An appropriation Of 120.000.000 ______ francs has been made by the govern-1 m en t to enable the railway compa-j Get ready for the Income Tax man. I (0 purchase rolling stock for urg- He will arrive in Adu, Okla., on Pn( public needs. The minister of Feb. 24 and will be located I public Works has declared that, in his view, the restoration oC France's Northern and Eastern railway sys- tems should be made a first charge upon the wav indemnity to be paid by the enemy. tho Associated Press LONDON, Feb. peace conference at Paris lias decided to adjourn as the result of yesterday's attack upon Premier Clemenceau, says an Exchange telegraph dispatch from Paris this morning. There will be no session today, the dispatch adds. 'Russia is tortni'ed bv the tragedy of Momh.y, Feb. 24 nnd will be located Publlc Works has decl; present silnation which it has not at Arcade hotel, whore he can be con-] view-, the restoration manufactured from soft, Plicate of magnesia. This quickly ov.-r as a movii ton Transcript. Let a Want Ad it Tor 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 PHOVE S4 Is' qmirried from n litir about thirty iiilli-s northwest of the city, where smipstone nnd antimony are also ob- tained Iti considerable nliiindiiniV. The siom- varies in rolnr from n light yel- low to 11 bluish white, and is generally opuque. IRIAL BY LANOIS suited without charge. "Bring in your figures, your prob- lems, your doubts, 'and your ques- is iiis invitation contained in the announcement of his comiug visit. Collector of Internal Rcveue, Hu- herl L. Bolen. is sending one of his deputies. T. J. Galloway, solely to help people in this vicinily to deter- mine i heir individual liability and 10 comply with the law's requirements as t'o IfllS incomes. His office hours'will be from 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. each day, and he will remain in town until the close of business on Thursday, Feb. 27th. City Life. City life Is. a fierce, mental struggle between each of whom is trying to shove the other Into the country to raise more produce and lessen the demand for city conven- iences, so that living in the city will be cheaper nnd News. CHANGE! VENUOF FORD'S LIBEL SUIT DETROIT. Mich., Feb. agreement of counsel the million dollar libel suit brought by Henry Ford against the Chicago Daily Trib- une was transferred today to Mount Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, The trial date will be fixed later. signs 01 Mournma- In Italy the women wear white gar- to show their grief, and the men clothes of hue. In China white used for mourning liy both sexes. In Turkey. Syria. Cappadocia nnd Ar- menia celestial blue is the usual tint. In Kgypt yellowish brown, the hue of Ilic dead leaf, is deemed proper; mid in Ethiopia the natives wear gray as the emblem of mourning. 1" See Mary Pickford at the Ameri- can Theatre Friday, Feb. 21. Let a Want Ad get it lor you. Ji.v Un> Associated 1'rens CHICAGO, Feb. Vital Statistics of Japan. According to stntlstics recently pub- ;ished the population of .T.ipan proper Docemher SI. 1017, wns distributed among dwellings Landis today refused to grant n new trial for Victor L. Bergcr, con- gressman-elect from Wisconsin and socialist leaders convicted on of violating the Collector Hubert L. Bolen, "is plan- ned for those who are required for the first time to consider their liabil- ity and lo make sworn returns. "Mxtny thousand's who were not af- fected the. prior Federal laws tax- must this year file re- requirements: i Feb steamship "This free advisory writes nohl f onrrvinc Presl- n "is lan- George Washington cairymg i-resi_ U1M l l uii ur 07 per cent habitation. Compared with the census of 1916, a growth in population of Is seen. This rate of increase exceeds 14 per cent. LD KNJOIN TKLKPHONK COSIl'AXY IN KATK MATTBR OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok., Feb. Attorney General Freeling this even- Fresh cakes and pie3 baked dally. I filed appllca-Mon in the Oklahoma J-ItSIl .HILL Prtin-t nr Inning! nn --Ada Steam Bakery, next door postofflce. to 2-19-St Rexall Rheumatic Remedy An excellent remedy for ordinary Rheumatism, con- taining the well known ingredients Potassium ace- tate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Salicylate, Colchi- cum Root, Oil Wintergreen. 1-4 PINT 50c 1-2 PINT Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. Victrolas on Easy Late Records. i' Grtm Mays Drug Co. "Every unmarried person who had a net lincome of or over dur- ing 1018; and every married person who, together with wife (or husband) and minor children, had a net income of In 1918. .i...u "The advice nnd services of the County District Court for Injunction j peputy collector are entirely free, Rexall Agents Liggett's Chocolates against the Southwestern Bell Tele- phone company charging 'and collect- Ing certain charges on long-distance service as per schedule inaugcrated by tho Postmaster General. Hearing on the application was set for Feb. 26. The Attorney General is asking for a temporary as well as permanent and he is authorized to administer the oath required on returns, free of charge. Persons who are taxable s-hould make payment when flling their returns by attaching check or money-order. "This tax is a war burden; it part of the price of victory. V.HTU I dent and Mrs. Wilson will reach this harbor about 1 P. M., Monday, ac- cording to a radio message from the vessel to First Naval District today. Attraction of It Is 08 an ecclesiastical city that Troves Is particularly Interesting. In that fnmous cathedral are the remains of 25 archbishops and electors nnd four bishops. Among Its treasures is a legendary nail from the Cross, mid the fnmous'uoly Coat, given the cathe- dral by St. Helena. In JS91 exhibi- tion of the Coat attracted more than pilgrims. Another attraction for pilgrims Is the grave of St. Mat- thins In one of the ancient the only grave of an apostle in 
                            

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