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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                 gfoa Cbentng ileitis  V OLUME XV  NUM LER 292.  ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919.  TWO CENTS THE COPY,  T  Men are  more Critical thaneverabout 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 unexcelled wearing and holding quality. They keep their shape as long as they last.  Let us show you the assoilment we have selected for your approval.  STEVENS-WILSON CO.  [IIM CHW  (X)NDrrioN of wounded lead- commission finds giikat dii -  fd DECLARED TO BE    UK    I LTV IN DETERNONINO  SATISFACTORY.    AMOUNT    OF    DAMAGE.  Us the Aseuelatsd Tres*  PARIS. Feb. 21. — Premier Clem-neceau’s condition was satisfactory and unchanged at 4 o’clock this morning. The early forenoon apparently witnessed no change with the premier. A report came from his chamber ar 9 o’clock that his condition was as satisfactory as possible under the circumstances.  Em  Mr. T. J. Galloway of rile Infernal Revenue department will be at our office Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week to assist you in making your Federal income tax returns. Call to s**e him. his services are free.  FIRST NAT L. BANK.  2-21-2td  Our automobile bus will run from Main and Broadway and Main to the Normal and back tonight. Fare 5 cents each way. White’s Transfer Line.    It  Don’t forget ‘Princess Chrysanthemum" tonight at 8 o'clock at the Normal Auditorium. Come on time.  We Can Make It  If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring it to us — We have every facility for doing this class of wmrk and, we know him —  Stairs Studio  PHONE 34  WILSON'S HOME COMINO A IVOR ESS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON.  By the Associated Presa  WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.—President Wilson's homecoming address will be delivered at 3 o’clock next Monday afternoon in the Mechanics building at Boston and immediately afterward will leave for Washington. He is expected at his desk in the W hite House early Tuesday.  Secretary Daniels announced today that the President would embark on the George Washington about March 5, for his return trip to France.  Battleship North Carolina returning from France with troops has joined the Presidential transport and is proceeding with lier to Boston, replacing the Battleship New' Mexico, left behind with disabled machinery.  WOUNDED PREMIER MEETS COLLEA! iUFkS IN IMPORTANT BESI N FISS SESSION.  AN IN V FISTIC ATOR REPORTS NO REAL CHANGE IX CHARACTER OF GO V Ell X M ENT  By the Associated Press  PARIS, Feb. 21.—Premier Clem-enoeau will receive his colleagues of the supreme council at his home this afternoon to discuss certain important matters with them, according to ; an announcement shortly before noon today. The premier's doctors consider him out of danger and authorized this ; afternoon’s reception of ministers, j Physicians believe he can resume po-J  1  litical activities Monday.  MAJ. GEN. W. H. HAY  20 YEARS FOR  ET AL  PARIS, Feb. 21.—"The German government is the same bureaucratic regime of the Kaisers day, with same attidude toward labor and capital and does not represent the forces which caused the revolution," says Dr. Alonzo E. Taylor, food specialis, just returned from Germany, where he investigated in behalf of the supreme council on food relief. Count von Bernstorff, he added, is in charge of the foreign office and bureaucrats of the old school are in evidence everywhere. The German army apparently has been demobilized for the most part but Dr. Taylor expressed the belief that the well organized bureaucracy could restore militarism if considered desirable.  SERGI. CLYDE GRAHAM  .w,. • r-**  -Wv.H *; rftxT-, *« J . . x  ■ v  \*  Y    ,*•'% v    .I  vt*. ;*> &&    /    4  I    'MM-K  I  ^ urn * twin • -    I  Brig. Gen. William M. Hay has been promoted to major general by the pre#-! (dent. He Ie now commanding tho One Hundred and Thirty fourth Infant try brigade. Ninety-second division. Ini  By tile As-tx fat rd Pre**  PARIS. Feb. 21. In outlining tonight the difficulties met by the peace conference commission on reparation m determining tho approximate losses of any belligerent, captain Andre ta rd in of the French delegates said France alone would present a bill for 450,(MR) houses destroyed. This, he added, would not include factories. M. Tar din said the allies had agreed that Germany must pay to the limit of he* capacity which is now being determined from divers sources by reparation commission.  —  ------  W. U. T. I . WILL WAR  ON WOMEN SMOKERS  By tin A -<«wiat**d I’r*  ST. 1XMTS, Feb. 21 A new war will bi* declared soon by the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. It will he against women smoaing. The announcement was made by Miss Anna A. Gordon, president of the organization, while here arranging tor the annual convention next tall.  “Tlje special war will be w'aged under the organisation’s health campaign work,” said Miss Gordon. “Smoking is becoming too prevalent an dwe believe it has a strong tendency toward weakening future generations. We shall do some of our hardest work against this silly, injurious custom.”  Miss Gordon declared that the organisation, having realized the principle for which it has stood for 50 years, will continue its work. Besides looking after returned soldiers, aiding women in industry and seeking child welfare, the union will work for prohibition in other countries, she said.  WOULD APPLY RAG RULE TO WILSON  By th** Assedat rd Press  WASHINGTON. Feb. 21. A resolution dcoigned to prevent the president from discussing publicly the proposer league of nations until he has communicated the details to congress was introduced today by Senator Sherman, Republican, of Illinois. Consideration wont over under tile rules.  PRESENT TIME SYSTEM  WH I. HE I NI HANDED  W ASHINGTON, Feb. 21. - After adding an amendment for the repeal of the daylight saving act. the senate agriculture committee today ordered favorably reported the $31,000-000 annual agricultural bill, with committee amendments approximating *5,000,000.  CHICAGO, Feb. 21. Twenty years in the federal penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth w’as the sentence im -posed tbdav on Victor Berger, representative-elect from Milwaukee aud his lour co-defendants, following their conviction in federal court of conspiracy to violate the espionage act and obstruct the United States war program.  This was the maximum prison sentence under the law.  Sentence was pronounced by Judge Kenesaw 7  Mountain Landis, the trial judge .after he had overruled motion for a new trial. .  After sentence wan pronounced mo- j non for stay of execution was made. ‘ Judge Landis also overruled this mo-1 tion.  Attorneys for the defendants im-j mediately went before ihe United} States circuit court of appeals, where Judge Samuel Alsohuler granted stay} of execution and fixed the bond at $15.OOO tor each of the five defendants. pending hearing on the appeal. ;  Judge Alschuler said he hesitated j to grant the motion for bail lest the j defendants continue their socialistic j agitation.  He interviewed eat Ii OI the five anil then granted them bail, wuth the understanding that they refrain from! resuming their form et acts and ut-  (  terances during the pendency of then  {  case.  UOIl POR ATI OX IX IMM I SKI OX  P l \ ES TELEPHONE GO.  OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 21.- The Corporation Commission, in an order issued today, placed a fine of $11,000 against the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, or $500 a day front Jan. 21 to Feb. ll. inclusive. This is lot the alleged violation of the commission’s schedule of telephone rates. The telephone company had placed in infect the schedule of rates promulgate!! by the Postmaster General. The Corporation Commission cont< lids that it has jurisdiction over the rates for the telephone company intrastate.  Attorney General Fielding has al-readv applied for an order from the courts restraining the telephone company from further charging and collecting fees under the Postmaster General’s schedule.  rfiVin re- ^  vppir  JS  "Turn To The Right  The Right Place To Trade  SHA MTS  New Shipment of Box Coat tailored Coat Suits up to date and high class. Moderately Priced.  Dry Goods  New 7  Silk Stripe tissue ginghams now on Sale The Yard_____________________________75c  The Latest Word In Oxfords  Queen Quality and other good lines for women. Moderately Priced.  $5 and $7.50.  Men's Clothing Reduced  Means money in your pockets. See use before  Buying.  Men’s Khaki Shirt Special . . $1.25  Former Price $1.65.  ENT -STORE.  PHONE 77  5. Af. SKAW, PR OP,  I stablished in 1932  AOA, CNLA.  An American-manned tank piloted by Lieut. Joseph Knowles and Sergt Clyde Graham, a professor of the Uni* J versify of Maine, captured two towns from the enemy and took scores of prisoners. The photo shows Sergt Clyde Graham.  FREMIER SEES NO REASON FOR I URR ALMAX CAPITAL AGAIN IN RETURNING FORMER GER- i HANDS OF TROTSKY'S RED MAN PORT TO CHINA.    ARMY’  MORE MONEY FOR 0. R. ADMINISTRATION  By llif Associated Press  WASHINGTON. Feb. 21.— A bill appropriating $175,CUO.OOO for the railroad administration revolving fund in addition to the $500,000,000 carried in the original act creating federal control was passed today by j the house with fifteen negative votes.  By the Associated Press  TORIO, Feb. 21.— Replying to interpellations in the diet today Premier Hara said there was no reason why China should demand the return of the province of Tsing-Tao. To another questioner Premier said the lace problem would receive the utmost attention of the Japanese government.  By the Associated Press  WARSAW, Feb. 19.-—It is reported that Kiev is again in Bolshviki hands, large numbers having come from Moscow to assist those in the cit>. General Petlura’s forces are involved in the fighting there, according to reports. Advices here indicate that French troops advancing from Od est a are half way to Kiev.  Just received a complete line of wall paper.—Shelton Undertaking Co.    2-4-tf  Put on a Hood tire today. Forget it for a year.— Sterling Motor Supply Co.    2-5-tf  Come to th* Big Basket Ball games at the normal gymnasium Saturday night.  “Old Clothes to Mend.”  < hincM* merchants who want a bit *f Mending done uexer have to go very m*. for there ar** needlewomen seated I ». Mg the street ready to sew and i« ml. Sometime* those workers ''it •ii w stools and sometime* «*n th** ole,,alk*, hut thor** they sit sewing .iway hard, ?*.#i {hey never are short of im mu*. These women ar** generally | tie wives of fishermen or hoatmeu , .lei are glad to gel the little “odds and i «N of work to help increase the I ium.lv iiieoine.  SHOY ANO KILLED  I By I la* Associate! Press  LONDON. Feb. 21. Hurt Eisener. Bavarian premier, has been shot and killed by Lieut. Count Arco Valley, according to a Munich dispatch received in Amsterdam. The Count was severely wounded.  MEETING OF W. S. S. '  CHAIRMEN CALLED  AF IHE PLAY  Fresh cakes and pies baked daily. Ada Steam Bakery, next door to postoffice.    2-19-3!  Rexall Rheumatic Remedy  An excellent remedy for ordinary Rheumatism, containing the well known ingredients Potassium acetate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Salicylate, Colchicum Root, Oil Wintergreen.  1-4 PINT 50c 1-2 PINT $1  Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.  Victrolas on Easy Payments—Late Records.  Gtitin Mays Drug Go.  Rexall Agents  Liggetfs Chocolates  Big Apiary.  Au interesting picture of a largo  apl ary on a precipitous mountain side was shown in Popular Mechanic* Magazine. The hIojm* has been cut into terraces twelve lo fifteen feet high on which mon* than .'ital swamis of lives are housed, each hive boing placed oft a concrete foundation. The land put *o lids profitable us** would he worth ti I tie for any other purpose. Tile oh' *. being high up. ar** funned by the •maltier breezes and arc warmed by lie sun in winter.  AMERICAN’.  Mary Pickton!. America's favorite, tis tile star in the pretty drama, Joh-j i anna Enlists. Mary, the winsome, never appeared to better advantage! than in this picture.  LIBERTY.  #   An unusually good program this 1  evening by the Million Dollar Dolls. I Something to laugh at every minute. The picture program prevents Gladys Leslie in the love drama of high society life. The Soap Girl.  Laughter.  “Laughter Is man’s own attribute,” says Rabelais, and from the time man begun to think of other matters than eating ami waging war he has wooed laughter iii some form or other according to ids ideas of what is comical. ’I’ll** early pictured jokes on canvas, stone and piper arc not conducive to wild hilarity at this day and age, hut they amused the people of the time and in making mea laugh helped lo civilise the race.  Notice Y’eonien.  Ada Homestead No. 541, meets tonight at 7:30 at Shelton and Criswell’s Underthking Parlors. Every • member urged to be present. Important business.  J. IT. CRISWELL, Foreman.  D. S. NEWTON, Correspondent.  Notice IL A. YI.  Important meeting of Ada Chapter R. A. M. this evening. Full attendance urged.  So Mote It Be.  Sayetb the Apostle of Horaesense of Potato Hill, Ran., in his latest exposition : “I; too, believe in human brotherhood ; hut a good many of the brothers must he policemen, aud do their duty without fear or favor.”—Rocky Mountain News,  WEATHER FORECAST.  Partly cloudy is all the weather man can say of Saturday.  ♦ Road Meeting Saturday. ♦  ♦ The next meeting of the Pon- ♦  ♦ totoc County Good Roads As- ♦  ♦ sociation will be held at the *  ♦ court house Saturday afternoon. ♦  ♦ Further details of the organlza- ♦  ♦ tlon and Its work will be per- ♦  ♦ fected at this time and the board ♦  ♦ of directors will announce tho ♦ officers.    +  MUSKOGEE, Okla., Fob. 21. A meeting of W. S. S. County Chairmen w ill be held at the Lee-Huckins hotel in Oklahoma City on Monday, February 24th. This meeting WMH be attended by John*T. Wayland, director of War Savings for the Tenth Federal Reserve District; W. M. Morris, secretary of the Oklahoma War Savings committee; Mrs. George M. Ransom, supervisor 6f War Savings Societies; District Chairmen and County Chairmen from every section of the State, with the exception of the northeast district, comprising eighteen counties.  Another meeting will be held in Muskogee on Wednesday, the 26th for the workers of the eighteen counties. Tiles** meetings are called for the purpose of discussing and outlining plans for the 1919 campaign.  6’apc Guard Against Rattlesnakes.  < .imping out in a rattlesnuke-lnfeat-\i district with no other protection or one’s hi d than an encircling horse-aalr rope would not give the average tenderfoot a feeling of security. A photograph in Popular Mechanics Magazine showed two campers making their hiHl on the Western plains, surrounded by nothing more stable than one of these ropes, as it is well known in that region that rattlesnakes have an unconquerable aversion for crawling over a rope of this kind.  Friendship.  No one is so i>oor as tile person w ho is going through life without friends. None of us needs to be in this sail plight, for all around us are those who need love arni sympathy—those for whom we can make life less difficult. Ami that Is what friendship means: spending oneself for those one love* and asking nothing in return. It is "only he who Is unwilling to love without being loved” w 7 ho Is likely to feel that there, is no such thlrff  us true  friendship.  Alternative.  Wifle—"Richard, are w’e going to the Blank’s dance or not? If we are, It’s time for me to dress. If not, I must put a mustard plaster on my chest and go straight to bed ”  We Invite you to Inspect  I he New Models in  jljoD-tf rt Corsets  Front Laced  for  SPRING AND SUMMER  They are of first importance in giving correct lines to the figure. Their design is artistic —producing a symmetrical, graceful figure having artistic proportions and good to look upon.  There is a MOD A RT model for each type of figure.  A trial fitting will show you the perfect results we can give you, so corset comfort, health and style may be yours.  Priced from $3.50 to  The Surprise Store  Established 1903  J15-117 West Main  a, Phone 117    *   

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