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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 294. ADA OKLAHOMA. MONDAY.JFEBRUARY.24, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Charming New Models In Coats And Suits i now have on display a fine assortment of new Spring Styles in Coats and Suits by the master designer, BISCHOR Seldom has a season been so replete with attractive new style developments. Visitors to our store are 'delighted with the varied lines, the youthful spirit, the chic arrangement of the novelty of style combined in this- display. We shall be glad to show them to you. Prices: fo STEVENS -WILSON CO. WILSON AGAIN ONU. APl'KAL KOIl CO.M.MIS- SIOX TO STUDY AND REPORT OX SITUATION. fly tin- Associated Trcsa LONDON. Feb. prominent members of scientific and -faculties of Greman aniver- sities and twenty-two mayors ot lead- ins cities of Unit country have ad- dressed a joint appeal to President Wilson and university faculties in neutral countries urging the appoint- ment of a commission from the Scandinavian countries to study the food situation in Germany. In addi- tion to other claims the memorial says the number neuasthnics caused by monotonous daily fare during the past four years runs into millions. MRS. FRANK P. BROWN IVlCI) SUNDAY NIGHT. WILL DUUVKIt ADDUBSS THIS AKTBKNOON. Ity the AsMit-Uiti-J Press BOSTON, Feb. Wil- son was the guest, of the city of Boa- ton and thousands of new Englanders who came on early trains today and lined the streets through which it was arranged that the president would go from the Commonwealth pier to the back bay district. The 'steamer George Washington dropped anchor oft Quarantine last night and the presidential party remained on board over night to be brought to the Commonwealth pier today by the i coast guard cutter Ossinpse. The George Washington will then leave for New York to discharge the 2.000 troops she carries. The meeting at Mechanics hall where the presirent will deliver the only address of the day was set for o'clock. President and Mrs. Wilson landed from the George Washington at the Commonwealth pier at a. m. The party was greeted by an immense gathering of legislators and officials, and great throngs lined the pier. COMMISSION WILL INCLUDE ONLY OENBRAL PRICIPLE IN REPORT. By the Associated Press PARIS, Feb. indica- tions are that nothing regarding the responsibility for the war beyond the declaration of a general principle will be included In the preliminary peace treaty. The special commission con- sidering the liability of either gov- ernments or individuals has heard man yargumente but it is stated that only an expression of general prin- ciples -will be ready in time for the treaty. MAJ. GEN. GUY CARLETON KXGIXKKI5 AND FIREMAN IXJUI EO__r OAKS STAY ON TKAOK. By tin- OKLAHOMA CITY. Fob. engine and bacgage car of Ft. Smith and Western passenger No. 3 left the track. I'ollins; down a twenty foot em- bankment just as the train reached the eastern city line this morning, se- verely Injuring fireman A. H. Dill and engineer C. B. Vannorsdall. Two pas- senger coaches remained on the track. just received a complete line of t Trail Undertaking Co. KICHT OF WAY PKOrOSKD FOU KKSOLX'TIOX ON WIKK SKKVK'K. Feb. Kiglit of way for action on a resolution to end government control of telegraph and telephone lines December ;il next will be proposed this week by the house rules committee according to an- nouncement by Chairman Poo. Special rules were also approved to permit consideration of -Secretary Lane's bill for reclaiming lauds for settlement by discharged soldier? and sailors and a bill creating a civil ser vice retirement fund. SI'AllTAt'AXS STAIIT HIOTS AT M STKF.RT FKiHTS IN IMUXiUKSS. I'.y I lie AK.-iiH-liili'd Press LOXDOX, Feb. Spartacan i-iots have- taken place in Nuremberg, i Havana, where prisons have been opened and street fighting is pro- j grossing according to an Exchange olegninh dispatch from Copenhagen today. Our First SPRING OPENING Friday, February 28th Boy your Kdison at the Edison Shop "and save the freight. 127 E. Mam St. 2-18-tf AI IHE M We Can Make It If you have a 1'hoto that you Copied or Enlarged, brine it to have every facility for doing this class of and, we know Stall's Studio PHONE 34 AMKRICAX. Final episode anil grand climax of the popular serial. Up. in which Ruth Roland has made such .i hit. Besides this there will be two excellent and amusing comedies. No Place Like Jail, and Humbug and Husbands. LIBERTY. The Kentucky Belles will open their engagement with the three-act comedy. Dan Cupid. This promises to i be unusually good. The picture pro- gram will consist ot' the Triangle special feature, Daughter Angele with Paulino Stark in the lead. Mrs. FranK P. Brown of Cincinnati winner of National Capital Prize No.. 1, offered to war gardeners by the na-j tlonal war garden commission. took first prizes amounting in all to. which she invested In War Ings stamps. On a plot 100 by 150 feet railed enough vegetables for table all summer, In addition to 121 cam of vegetables she put up, and 28 busheli of I An We cordially invite every lady to attend our First Spring Opening, Friday, Feb. 28. Lady visitors will receive a nice souvenir. Stowing of Hats, Coats, Suits, Dresses leading houses of the country. Meet your friends Friday, Februajy 28th, at PHONE .77 S.M.SHAW, PROP. IvMiibLJshed In KIIJST IIOLL CALL HARBISON M1SSEP "That's the first roll call I ever missed except on account of sickness" said Senator Luther Harrison of Ada in commenting on the defeat of the ftraduaied land tax resolution. Harri- son spoke in favor of the measure' and his vote would have created a tie and defeated the motion by Sena- tor W. R. Wallace of Pauls Valley, to indefinitely postpone. Senator Harri- son was called to Norman, and, be- lieving the resolution had no chance to avoid indefinite postponement left the chamber just before roll call. A 1 messenger failed to reach him in time to bring him back to the Ardmoreite. Mrs. Duvall, county agent for girls' clubs, was in the city -this morniifc en route to points where she expects s' to organize. To'date she has orga- girls at eight places in the county and expects to organize sev- en more. Interest in her work is in- creasing all the time and the girls are quick to avail themselves of the ad- vantages offered. Brig. Qen. Ouy Carleton li of Jutt promoted to major by the preiidunt Hit prawn! command has not been 'made but It uiumed that It In i FKtNKLIN HOOSFA'KLT, ASSIST- ANT SKCUKTAKY OK THK NAVY, KAfTS. on AND UOYALTY OXVXKIW MUST i'AY TAX Let a Want Ad Ret It for you. TAKING STKI'S TO SI'KKI> ri> Finis, Feb. The supreme council at its session today revlow- ud the methods o-l' work employed by Hie commissions which have been In- trusted with investigating the differ- ent territorial, economic, financial and judicial problems, in order to de- cide en the proper steps which should be taken to accelerate as much as pos- sible the work of the peace confer- ence. NEW DESIGNS IN LATEST IVORY Ivory Pyralin Goods DUBARRY DESIGNS IN Combs Brushes Puff Boxes Hair Receivers Nail Brushes Easily Kept Clean Beutiful Ivory Color Sanitary and Popular m Mays Drug Go. Rexall Agents Liggett's Chocolates WILL KKSUM14 1'AYMENT OK SOLDI BUS' ALLOTMENTS WASHINGTON, Feb. Senate passed the House bill direct- ing the War Risk Insurance Bureau to resume payment of allotments to enlisted men or the army and navy which It discontinued last July. Be- cause of minor Senate amendments, the bill was sent to conference. The cases of more than in the reserve are affected oy the measure. Hy tho Assonlilti'il I'lVSJi BOSTON, Feb. de- i mobilization of all the United States naval establishment in European wa- jters; sale of the groat Lafayette 1 wireless station at Bordeaux to the French government at approximately and other hitherto un- published facts were announced today by Assistant Secretary ot the. Navy Roosevelt, who arrived on. the steam- er George Washington. Roosevelt disclosed the fact that it cost the United States to lay a mine 'barrage in the North Sea and that the navy had fifty-four shore bases In European waters and the Azores, the majority being bases from which 200 American seaplanes oper- ated. Almost officers and men have been sent home and most all bases have been evacuated. ROFF MlS SCHOOL E French "Immortals." The French academy is the oldest of live academies constitullng the In- stitute of France, having been found- ed in 1035. It Is composed of 40 mem- bers, elected for life und known as the 'Forty They rank as the lending Frenchmen of their time in literature. Their judgment mid deci- sions in nil disputed literary matters are final. How Phrase Originated. The English-speaking people fre- quently, when they see somebody do- Ing something they like, vxclalm: "That's the meaning that It la the proper method of procedure. The real saying is, "That is the or the right and proper way. of doing. Roff school district has called an election on the question of Jssuing bonds to the amount of for the purpose of erecting a high school building. The district already has a good building, but the enrollment ot increased to a point that makes more room necessary, me election will be held March Happiness Follows Good Work. Oo good work. Give your first thought and your best effort to the Improvement of your work. Happi- ness, success und plenty must follow. Ready for occupancy and for sale one of the nicest five room modern houses in Sunrise. 109 North Broad- Willlaras. 2-21-tf OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. C. Carter, state auditor, is preparing to make a drive on all delinquent in- dividuals and companies who have neglected to file their gross produc- i "Jon tax reports, and who have fail- j ed to pay the three percent gross production tax. "The gross production tax depart- ment of my office has approximately live thousand live accounts with the oil producers and royalty owners ot the says Mr. "A care- ful inspection of. the records of the department reveals the fact that there J are more than five hundred accounts which are delinquent. Some of these accounts are delinquent for a year or more, and tax warrants will be is- sued to the sheriff of. the county in which the production is Ipcated if the tax and penalty are not paid within thirty .days. "Many royalty owners are Ignorant of. the law and are not aware that this tax must be paid. Others have willfully neglected to make their quarterly reports and pay the amount of tax due." Every person, firm or corporation who owns an interest in oil or gas production In this state must make a report and pay taxes on actual cash i value of such interest. Reports must be filed and taxes paid every quarter. Under a recent decision..of the su- preme court of the United States, however, reports are not required and no tax need be paid on oil or gas produced from Osage or restrict- ed Indian land. Restricted .Indian land, Is land thaWs under the super- vision of the Department of the In- terior. It is estimated that in gross production taxes are delinquent and unpaid. Delinquent accounts bear interest at tho rate ot 18% per annum on the amount of tax due un- til the account Is paid. AVEATHER FORECAST, Cold wave tonight and snow to- morrow Is the chilly prospect held out by the weather man. A Purchase In A special purchase of dainty laces received the past week enables us to offer some extra values. t if'a'c and Insertions to match. 1 to 2 L3CC5 inches wide, fine values at lOc yd. Laces and Insertions. LlUny to 2% inches for scarfs, center pieces, pillow cases and spreads. A good value at lOc a yard. Come and see these whether you intend to buy or not. j The Surprise Store Established 1903 ,115-117 West Main St. Phone lit   

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