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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 296. ADA, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Our Millinery Department is now ready with an unusually fine display of Spring Plats from Gage, Fisk and our own work room. Street Hats. Dress Hats, flower-laden, quill or feather-trimmed, feminine, types for women, misses and children ready for you to see. Prices to STEVENS-WILSON CO. 'INSIST ox COSITLFTJON OF IM-.SPAKTACA.NS I POIJTANT LEGISLATION BE- E AIMOUKNMENT. FORTS TO LAXJ-V'CH T10N TO DEPOSK KBEKT. I'tfSK By :he Assoclntucl I'resa WASHI.NttTON, Feb. ac-1 HEKUN, Feb. cordauce with his decision to call no and Radical Socialists have launched extra congressional session before a movement to overthrow the existing his second return from Franco, government in Saxony, where the President Wilson planned'today to aid j newly elected diet was to have as- hy liis presence at the capitol efforts lot democratic leaders to fojce through hii; appropriation measures and other important 'legislation be- fore adjournment next Tuesday. Conferences at the capitol were arranged for today or tomorrow as the program at the White House permits. In order to expedite action on ad- ministration measures. Democratic Floor Leader Martin asked his col- leagues to leave speech-making to republican members and requested Senators Owen and Hitchcock to abandon their intended speeches on the league of cations. President Wilson today continued the hard pace he set for himself yes- terday and the steady stream of call- ers at executive offices continued. gambled yesterday general strike has been proclaimed at Halle, one of the principal junction points in Saxony and communications broken, Spartacans are reported to have tak- en place and other industrial centers. Independent Socialists In Leipsic have KHI'UBUCAN'S NOMINATE MUCH CRITICISED MAYOR VOll ANOTHER TERM. By I hp Associated Press CHICAGO, Feb. un- official returns- from yesterday's pri- maries show the percentage of regis- tered women voting was 58 while the men's per centage was fifty-six. Wil- liam Hale present incum- bent, won the Republican .nomination for mayor over Charles University of Chicago professor, and municipal Judge Harry Olson, by a. plurality of over votes. Rob- ert M. Sweitzer, present county clerk, issued a manifesto demanding the re- i was the successful democratic can- tlrement 01" the Weimer government j dldate.. and are working feverishly for the establishment'of a soviet republic in Saxony. NATIONAL COMMITTEE FAVORABLE REPORT OV NAVAI- APPROPRIATION fly the Associated Preen WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. The senate naval committee, without a vole, ordered the ap- propriation bill favorably reported to the senate. By a partisan vote of 8 to 6 the committee approved the new build- ing program, republican members i opposing. Bv tin- Assnolntt'd Press Saturday in district coui-.t I. D. NU'hols of RolT was given a judgment for against the National Fire Ins'urance Co. Monday and Tuesday the following judgments were rendered: H. H. Bethel vs. Charley Wilburn, judgment for j Hollow vs. Lyddck Lydick, de- WASHINGTON, Fob. murrer of plaintiff sustained. S. Cuunr.ingK of Connecticut was! Cwendolln Grigsby vs. Bob Dun- oH'Cteil chairman of the National can. sheriff, judgment for defendant. Democratic committee today and the i Laura Taylor vs. W. B. Johnson, committee voted in favor of a com-, judgmei By tUc Tress i.ARKHSTKD (XJMMUX1STS COX- COPENHAGEN. Feb. fresh revolt broke out today at Mannheim iiTwestern Germany. Spartacan forces j occupied the postofftce, telegraph of-[ fices and railway station. Communi- cation with city is interrupted and MOXEY FOR REVOLT FROM RUSSIA. the extent of the movement has not been ascertained. vv Ui- AssoclnU'U I'ress BASKL. Switerland, i'vonty-six communists arrested on charges of rebellion against the Hun- Buy your Edison at the Edison Shop and save the freight. 127 E. Main St. 2-18-tf Let a Want Ad get it for you. We Can Make It If you have a Photo that yon want Copied or Eularprd. brint; it to us- We have cwry facility for doing this class of work and, we liou Stall's Studio PUO.NK 84 garian republic at Budapest, accord- ing to advices here, admitted during their examination that money to set up an ami-republican government camv from Russia and that during the month the expenses amount- ed to SilO.OOO crowns. They refused 10 reveal where the funds are being I kepi. tcliii'K IVirtlng Mrs. M. A. Cassidy has purchased a uuw machine and is now prepared t0 do hemstitching at her home, 922 East Eighth Street. rhoiie -143. Your work solicited. 2-24-Ct. plete reorcaniation for nn aggressive campaign in 1920. THREE By ELECTRIC meet for ?60 for plaintiff. Judge C. T. Barney ns special judge in the case of Mary E. Bruner vs. A. I H. Constant et al. rendered a judg- j meat for plaintiff. Besides these cases Judge Bolen j has passed on numerous motions and cases on the at Byns were severely shocked this morning by a hifih power current of ______ I A tackey party was given at the I lunik- .Miss Estlier Sutherland Mon- Throe employees at the power plant evening. A chocolate cake was given to the boy dressed the tackiest and a cocoanut cako to the girl dress- electricity, but it is not thought that tackiest. The party was a any was'injured seriously. i success nnd every one had'a good The men were raising a derrick by, time. There were too many present neans of a wire cable. This came in to bi> However, two cars from contact wilh a wire carrying Center, e.ich having twelve people volts. The men would undoubtedly iin them were there. Miss Brandon act- ed her part exceeding well. She act- ed iis tacky as she looked. Miss Neo- mah Kddings was pianist. Miss Esth- Sutherl.iud and Homer Stephens took the cake? for being the tackiest. The have been killed instantly had the cable not been grounded, one end be- ini; fastened to a tree and partly buried in the ground. The men were knocked unconscious but recovered in a short rime. Their hands were bnclly burned where they were in con- tact with the cable. The names, of the men could not be ascertained. To Prevent Slipping. There nre many devices to p rugs from slipping on flours. Onu of the best ulsu clioniH'st is to cut pieces of n'i pupt-r tlie exiK't ni i :itid h'-y it under ttieui. Tlivx nut iniivi- tin-in. Another j triangles nf cornigaliMl ru'. shirting ID tlti; fiinii'rs uf entertainment for the evening con- sisted principally of singing, dancing and debating. The subject of the de- MED GRAFTERS FACE P1SECUIION By ILL- Aiwocintcd Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 de- partment of Justice will be asked to prosecute civilians found Implicated in bribery scandals in'the third na- va.1 district at New oYrk, according to an announcement by Secretary Daniels today. These civilians are out tiav.il jurisdiction. 'ur First SPRING .OPENING Friday, Fetruary 28th Spring An We cordially invite, every lady to attend our First Spring Opening, Friday, FeW 28. Lady visitors will receive a nice souvenir. Skewing of Hats, Coats, Suits, Dresses -from leading houses of the country. Meet your friends Friday, February 28th, at PHONE 77. S.M.SHAW. PHOP. 111 19M fly lln1 Associated WASHINGTON. Feb. able report on tlie bill appropriating to make reclaimed lands available to returned soldiers and sailors was ordered today by tho senate public lands committee. A similar bill has been reported to the house. I Spriiy Trees. Am fully prepared to spray and prune fruit and shade trees on short Miller. Leave orders Cwia 2-21-tt Young men's spring suits, Kirsch- banin Curlee. Beautiful line ot styles.- Uurk's. Ivory Pyralin 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 Grtin Mays Drug Co. Rexall Agents Liggett's Chocolates Refresh Your Principles. I 'n miin starts lifrash, either j newness -of ;i year or stimulus of altered drcum- vtiinces or with the inspiration of a work', wlmt his stnrt ought to do for him is to refresh tho deepest prin- ciples by which he Brooks. Whent and Flour. Xo wheat thousands of years old hns ever '.icon known to germinate, many yuriis to the contrary notwithstanding. Bilking tcsvs have also teen made by department of agriculture, showing a distinct inferiority of the Alusku wheat flour us u braid producer. Care of Steel. Steel knives mm other steel articles which are not In guneral use may DO kept from It' they dipped In n strong solution of soda, one part water to four of soiln, then wiped dry with flannel and kept in a dry plnce. Treadmill for Chickens. To make chickens tnke exercise ncc- essnry for growth, nn inventor has pat- ented u feed box in frout of which la n revolving platform over which they inuat scramble to get anything to cat Hunting Trouble. When n man Is Inoking fur trouble lie doesn't Imvc in go to Ulctlonnry to Und it. Ho Oiin fid it In the telft- phono directory. Do Justice When it Is our duty to do an net of Justice It should he done promptly. To dolr.y is Urtiyere, BELGIAN CLAIMS ARE XAMKD TO SUCCEED SHAJU' By tbo Associated .Press WASHINGTON, Feb. Campbell Wallace of Tacoma, Wash- ington was nominated today by Pres- ident Wilson to succeed Ambassador Sharp as American ambassador to France. WEATHEK FORECAST. Cloudy and probably rain is the of the weather man has of Thursday. NLSM LOSE 2 BALTIC PORTS By tbe Associated Tress COPENHAGEN, Feb. The ports of Libau and Wiadau in Cour- land on the Baltic sea, which were taken by Bolsheviki Jan. 31 have been By tin- Associated Tress PARIS, Feb. Commis- sion to study Belgian claims met to- day for its first session and' elected Andre Tardieu president. AT THE PLAY bale wns "Woman Suffrage is Corn- in'." Miss Brandon in her tackiest, manner introduced the speakers und announced tlie -subject. Miss Myrtle Sutherland and Turner were on alTirmativo side wh'ile Com- modore Sutherland and Byron Ruck- er were on the negative. The part was a continuous roar of laughter throughout the evening, The Center basket bnli boys play- ed two match games :it (lie normal Saturday iiighi, one- wi-li Uoff high school nnd tho oilier with Stonewall high school. Both games were very interesting, the score be- ing, Roff vs. Center. 1S-21 in Roff's favor. Slonewali vp. Center, 2-22 in Center's favor. The weather being so unfavorable the girls could not come. "Lookout for us Saturday night, both toonis will be thore. J. E. Dean has his two new rooms vnished and the ladies of the Com- munity Builders' Organization" met at Mrs. Sloan's Monday afternoon-ami wen i. through a general house clean- ing and moving into the new rooms. Every tiling was straightened in a short, while. Mrs. Sloan is very thank- ful to them nnd w.e all hope she will lue auulciitc. soon be able to be up and arrange her! Reed and Anna Little are featured rooms to suit herself. hn the eight-reel Para-mount, "The Mrs. Watson of Ada, Is viaitlng her (Source." brother. J. E. Sloan and family this i wcek- j Mui-Haso Licenses. Rev. Roberson conducted preach- j Ray Nichols, 21, Ada; Frankic ing services here both Sunday, Mon-: Webster, 19, Ada. LIBERTY The public has often hoard of the devil and Tom Walker. This eve- ning the Kentucky Belles will pre- sent them in reaJ life. The picture! program presents Tom Mix. the fa- mous Oklahoma actor, in the drama, "The Twisted Trail." This evening the first install- ment of the serial, "Hbudanl, the Man of Mystery, will be presented. handcuff in this Houdanl is the famous king and plays the lead thriller which mystifies and baffles the audience. Besides this, Wallace dny and Sunday night. Norman Hallems, 24, Ada; Corrine Everybody Is urged to be at Cooper, 17, Ada, day school Sunday morning. A divis-r. Otis'Sullivan, 19, Ada; Malissa ion of the classes will be made. There May Archer 20 Ada. will (wn ,wo Edwjn G'arrett. 21, Stonewall; See Our NEW will be two girls' classes and boys' classes. This will call for two more teachers. The object is to give each pu.pll a chance to report on sub- jects assigned him. The classes have been crowded recently. Center school is gaining new pu- pils every week. Albert: Medlock of Stratford, enter- ed school here Monday morning. Mrs. Ella Floyd of Wewoka Is vis- Tlieltna Nix. 18, Stonewall. A. W. Oliver. 25, Ada; Faye Coop- er, 18, Ada. E. S. Stockton, 21, Ada; Effie Ivy, 18, Ada. J. H. Myers, 24, Ada; Maggie Mar- tin, 18, Ada. D. C, Lalner, 21, Ada; Lillian Lasi- ter, 17, Ada. Joe Harkens, 50, Holdenville; Ella iting her uncle J, E. Sloan and mm- xicai. 33 Holdenville. llv Wnalr TT -t-wr- r- A n ily I his week. Everything a man wears. Every- thing n. woman wears. Besides we fit i P. H. Warren, 50, Stonewall; Cor- d'ie White, 30, Stonewall. the Itrtw When you get ready to paper your house see Shelton Undertaking Co. Brilliant, scientific playing will be demonstrated on the High school basket ball court Wednesday even- ing. Bo there. Ada High school vs. Stonewall. Admission 25 cents. 2-4-tf '2-25-21 for SPRING 'T'HERE is a youthful charm and daring in these newly arrived Betty Wales Dresses for early spring time wear, lifting them to the heights in feminine preference. The colorings are lovely and are simply irresistible; they are developed in charming new fabrics of unusual richness in the smartest of the new silhouettes, featuring the new draped skirts, with broad sashes, effectively trimmed. Materials of taffeta, Georgettes and printed radiums in wonderful variations. t'lUCBD FROM TO Come In and See Them The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-W7 West Mam St. Phone 117   

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