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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             TWO CENTS THE COPY FEBRUARY ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, NUMBER 293 VOLUME XV. Charming New Modefs In Coats And now have on display a fine assortment of new Spring Styles in Coats and Suits by the master designer, BISCHOF. Seldom has a season been so replete with attractive new developments. Visitors to our store are delighted with the varied lines, the youthful spirit, the chic arrangement of trimmings', the novelty of style combined in this display. We shall be glad to show them to you. Prices: J25 to STEVENS-WILSON CO. GERM ANY MAY RENEW WAR 4II.MY IX KAST PRUSSIA REFUSES TO HVACUATK AND DKF1KS FOCH, NVM1J R Or miSCHAlUJRI) MEN SOON KKACH MARK. Il.v ilii- Assofiinod Press BKRL1N, Feb. troops defending tho Poaen front against the Tides have addressed a communica- tion to the German national assembly protesting against the official orders to evacuate the territory. The com- munication says; "We propose to remain so long as a cartridge is left, and no Pole will succeed in Invading our lines. The path to tho point, des- ignated by Marshal Foch will lead over the bodies of thousands of dead i German men. If Marshal Foch de- RUSSIAN AND GERMAN. AGITA. TORS BACK OK TROUBLE AT HUNGARIAN CAPITAL. Dv tlie Associated I'ress with General March, the War De- partment reviewed demobilization progress and stated thai offi- cers have either resigned or been dis- charged to date while 1.164.518 men have been released. Orders to Febru- ary 20 provide for demobilization of approximately 1.500.000 men, about of these having returned from overseas. us ready. MAJ. GEN. C. A. F. FLAGLER the newspaper Mati news agency from the Hungarian capital. The revolt is under the leadership of agitators who are for the most part Germans and Russians, the dis- patch states. Insurgents stormed the offices of the newspaper Nepzava and occupied the railroad station. Metal workers of the city it Is stated, are preparing an anti-communist denion- stration. Ky tho I'lria PARIS, Feb. Clem- enreau is somewhat fatigued and will receive none today." said Dr. Cautra of the medical staff attending the premier after an examination this morning shortly after 9 o'clock. The doctor's statement was understood to be, a synopsis of the official state- ment which up to o'clock had not been issued. .MOli 1NVADKS CITY A_ND HFXJ1NS. MAY 1'ROVK sKiuors. Avoid a constipated habit, it1 breeds disease in the body. An oc- j casional dose of Prickly Ash Bitters keep the bowels healthy and reg- ular. Price per Bottle. Gwin fc Mays Drug Co.. Special Agents. Come to the Bis; Basket Ball games at the normal gymnasium Saturday night. fiy tin- Assoi'lllti'd ITl'SM LONDON. Feb. in Munich Bavaria, took still a more ser- ious turn yesterday afternoon when It'.i.H'O suburban workmen entered the city and tiring was heard, accord- ing to ii Copenhagen dispatch to the Kxehange Telegraph Co. The mob is reported to have begun plundering stores. Fashion decrees "Hemstitch It." Phon-' for prices. 2-21-21 We Can Make It If yoti have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring it to us- have every facility for doing this class of work and, we know Stall's Studio PHONE 34 M-.'. T. J. Galloway of the Internal Kevei'tio 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 see him, his ser- vices are free. FIRST NAT'L. BANK. 2-21-2td lilUTISH PAI'KRS SAY SLUREND- FM'.KT MAY BE SKNT TO BOTTOM. LADY DUFFERIN tin- Assvii-UiU'il Press LONDON, Feb. 22.- -The proposal to sick German warships now in; Seapa llow it is generally staled in English papers as practically sure to be Accepted by the peace conference.; Tho vessel.; now number live battle miiscrs. eleven light cruisers, eight cruisers and fifty destroyers and will prohabl ybe 'escorted to a deep point in the Atlantic and sunk. The ques- lion of dealing with the submarines will be dealt with separately. of tho brlfladler general! recont- ly tnada major generals for tho wtr period IB Clement A. F. Flagler, who hn won distinction In the corpt of He vrtw born In Georgia In 1M7, appointed to the Military acad- emy from Iowa, and graduated In 1889. WILL MAKE ON WHEAT PRICE WASHINGTON. Feb. wheat ran tee bill authorizing the president to use existing agencies or create a new one to buy wheat of the 1IUS craps at the government's guar- iiiteed price and dispose of'it at mar- ket prices passed the House today by 'A vote of 277 to 15. 99 "Turn To The Right The RigM Place To Trade SHAW'S 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 The Latest Word In Oxfords Queen Quality and other good lines for w8- men. Moderately Priced. and Men's Clothing Reduced Means money in your pockets. See use before Buying. Men's Khaki Shirt Special: Former Price PHONE 77 S.M.SHAW, PROP. In Normal Notes Mr. E. C. Wilson has been absent from school this week on account of the Sophmore Class. The first mem- bers of the Year Class are also having a party this evening in the gymna- the illness of Mrs. Wilson, sick with the influenza.. l Butler Gray arrived fro'm overseas who is sunn. The Junior Class has begun prac- will be tlclng on their play a few" weeks ago and has been visit-j given the first week of the new term. !HK his sister, Amelia, the past few Watch the paper for further an- (j'jj-.g nouncements. Messrs. Sears, Molloy and Ericson Henry Weston was a visitor this and Misses Knight and McClure are morning._______ _ _______ taking charge of the li'brary in the absence of Mr. Wilson. Buy your Ldison at the Edison uj. ITA i The members of the Senior' Class Shop and save ihe freight. 12, E. are being entertained this evening by I Main St. 2-ls-tt Lady DufUHn, daughter of MO> ond of Duffwln, fontMriy Florence Dtvli, at H. j j of New York. Notice. The High School Chorus wishes to thank President Gordon and the fac- ulty of the Normal for the use of the" Normal auditorium on Feb. 21st, itlso their assistance in helping with the operetta. We are also grateful to Mr. Walters -for the use of his grand piano, which we feel added greatly 1o the success of the entertainment. Let a .Want Ad get it for you. 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 Records. Grtm Mays Drug Co. Rexall Agents Liggett's Chocolates LIVEL1 BASKETBALL IHIS E! the Million Change of JAUERTY. Final appearance of i Dollar Dolls. Complete. I program. The picture program pre- sents Kddie I'olo in the Lure of the j Circus, the Screen Magazine and the comedy, Klever Kiddies. Coming FOR TOM M' The basket bnll teams of the high school meet, in what will probably be tho last game on the court, the We-woka teams at the high school gymnasium tonight. These games promise to be the fastest, most heartily contested games of the season, Wewoka has some claims to state championship with her girls team and defeated the local girls only by a very slight margin. SKNATE TOMMJTTKK CONSIDERS INDIAN APl'ROI'lUATION BIWj WASHINGTON, Feb. pro- vision to extend the trust period of the Osage Indians for an additional j twenty-five years, or until 1956, was 'reported In the Indian appropriation bill. ;iml against which Senator Owen of Oklahoma will mane a' point of order when the bill Is under consid- eration. The Senate committee also adopted a provision that re-establishes the trust period upon the Kickapoo In- dians ol' Oklahoma for a period of ten years. The house provision permit- ling the Indian superintendent at Muskogeo to finally pass upon nncon- tested oil and gas leases was elimi- nated by the senate committee and j the superintendent's authority will be limited to contested agricultural and mineral leases, excluding oil and gas leases. Probate attorneys in Oklahoma are given jurisdiction Jn Handling estates 'of rcslrioted allottees or their heirs when tho estate Is valued at or more. The senate committee made provision for employment of four oil adn gas inspectors in the Five Tribes, matler eliminated by the House, Monday. The Kentucky Belles. AMERICAN. Frank Keemin, the great character actor, is featured In Todd of the Times, a story of a small town news- paper man and a bunch of crooks and tl-.e complications growing out of an anti-gambling crusade. mt cram cra Vi-tK >urs jometkinj j A person, could Uik "I1 wvy: for Today's'Oklahoman carries a cut of Congressman Tom D. McKeown of Ada in the chair of the speaker of the national house of representatives. This dispatch accompanying the cut, states that owing to his remark- able resemblance to George Washing- ton, Congressman McKeown has been designated by Speaker Clark to pre- side over the ceremonies commemora- ting Washington's Birthday. He filled the same position on this occa- sion last year. Hard-working men arid women who are burdened, with a toVpid liv- er, feel tired, lazy and discouraged. They they are lazy and they are ashamed, yet It is nothing to be ashamed of. The thing to jdo Is .to get the liver started again and. to pu- rify tho stomach and bowels. There Is no better remedy for this purpose than Prickly Ash Bitters. A few dos- es corrects the trouble and makes work a pleasure. Price per Bottle. Gwln Mays Drtig Spe- cial Agents. For Consideration. Men con hnvc no hope in their 'vorlt while they live purely from himd fo mouth, nnd you cimnot spread habits of Intelligence nmonp the laboring class If their moons are poor or their leisure too short to enable to participate In the culture that Is go- Ing on around Chinese as Rice Qrowera. The Chinese, introduced rice culture to' Hawaii, and they are' still the chief rleo growers of the Islands. They first planted sugar cane at the "Crossroads of the Pacific" and manufactured su- gar nnd when the Howallnns began to cease the cultivation of. turo It was the Chinese who became the turo planters. MASONS' NOTICE. The meeting of Ada Lodge, A. F. A. M., called for tonight, has-been postponed. F. C. SIMS, Secretary. In a Restaurant. "Walter, bring me n ginss nf water. I want to strengthen this soap." Let a Want Ad tet it for you. Distinctly Apparel A Charming Display Brimful of Interest Anticipating the trend of the Spring Suits follow the lines of tailored simplicity. Delightful short boxy models, semi- tailored effects. unique In unusual ch'arm. Many smartly braided and others' with smart panel vests and waist coat. Skirts narrow, a little longer. Navy blue, of course, is the most popular. Never have the'lnaterials and the colorings been as rich and luxurious as this seaBori. PRICED PROM TO The Surprise Store 1903 415-117 West Main St. Phone m   

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