Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
Clearance of Dress Goods
SILKS, WOOLENS, COTTONS
One Lot Silks, Taffeta, Foulards, Poplins and Novelties. Values to $1.75 <£ I AA
Special Clearance Price ^ • x/v/
One Lot W oolen Dress Fabrics, Serges and Novelty W oolens, fine assortment of colors <£ I AO Special Clearance Price •VFVr
One Lot Woolen Dress Goods, values to $1.00 Rflp Special Clearance Price----------vvrl*
Rig I Ane of Ginghams, values to 35c C
Special Clearance Price----------
This is an unusual opportunity to buy
good merchandise for less than value.
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Ity tho Associated Tress
PARIS. Feb. 4. Leon Bourgeois, French proponent of the League of nation*, transmitted today to the Society of Nations commission recommendations submitted to him by the inter-allied associations for promotion of theieague . One recommendation urged the establishment of an international commission on education. The other recommendations were of a military nature prohibiting the sale of arms and ammunition to states outside the league and fixing the number of men to be enrolled in the military and naval forces of each member.
By I lie Associated Tress
PARIS, Feb. 4.—Although President Wilson has several appointments today, including calls from .several republican congressmen who have arrived in Paris he is determined to let nothing interfere with the progress of the commission engaged in perfecting the society of nations scheme of which he is chairman while less than two weeks remain before the date set for his return to Washington, it is regarded as possible for the project not only to be reported out of the Commission but also for the peace conference to ratify the plan and thus put it fairly in a way to be registered in final form within the time limit.
There is a growing feeling here that the peace treaty should be speedily perfected. Arthur J. Balfour, British foreign secretary, is engaged on the proposition to fix territorial boundaries of defeated nations and promptly conclude peace with the enemy as so constituted.
Again You Have a Chance
TO BUY THESE STAPLE ITEMS
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
AT SPECIAL PRICES
75c 9-4 Wear Well Bleached Sheeting —BETTER THAN PEPPERELL
$5.75 Blankets—of Best Quality
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By th** A*H«wiatcd Tresis . PARIS. Feb. 4. American peacej conference delegates, it is said, are satisfied that the project for a society of nations as it will emerge from the committees now handling the subject will not conflict ith or impair the vitality of the Monroe doctrine. No consideration yet has been given to the freedom of the se*as question, it is I learned, on the theory that such reg-1 illations will be unnecessary if a so-1 ciety of nations is created.
SKIZK HOV KH XVI FAT BU BORINGS AT KOKNIGSHUIIG. EAST PRUSSIA
NINETEEN MEDALS Of
By th** Associated Pre*#
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4. The award of nineteen congressional medals of honor, the highest American military decorations to two officers and nineteen enlisted men of th** army in France, was announced today by the war department. The medal of honor carries with it gratuities and certin privileges.
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> I sam. :iik1 i* largely u>**«i 'ti • : 11! fu et ure of Optical instill j . i«l rn various other way* about i i n- Inborn tori* s. There is a n-1 turbot lor Bailie price vaiymt; sh* quality ajd the supply. Sun*
: go a fair Quality was worth > per pound.
By tit** Associated Tress
COPENHAGEN, Feb. 4. A majority of the government buildings in 1 Koenigaberg, East Prussia, have been seized by Spartacans from Berlin. The government of East Prussia has declared a state of seige in Thorn district and instituted courts martial.
35c grade of Gingham and Percales —ASSORTED PATTERNS
IN OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
We are now' showing new Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses. The most exclusively, and largest line in this ptirt of the State to select from. These give individuality to the wearer. ,
S.M. SHAW. PROP.
Established In 1909
WILSON’S KAVAL PROGRAM PREVAILS
VI’I It Kl. KSS MESSAGE SAYS TltOT-*»K V REGIME WILL BISI TKR PEACE.
We have the finest line of Ladie>* Ready-to-Wear in the Southwestern part of th** Stat*. Burk's Style Shop. 2-4-lt
Be at the pie supper tomorrow night at the Normal gymnasium.
B} til** at* ti Pwm
PARIS. Feb. 4—In a wireless message from Moscow addressed to “Berlin, Paris and Everywhere’* the Russian soviet government says it will take “all measures’* to bring about an agreement with the entente powers. The soviet government complains, however, that it didn't receive a formal invitation to the Prince’s Islands conference
The World's Diamonds. i „ „
, By the Atocia ted Tress Diamonds of th*- weight of 28 2-5 WASHINGTON. Feb. 4. In Buttons, of a value of $1.(8)0,000,000. havejence by President Wilson upon the been taken from the earth from *Jhe I administration's naval expansion pol-, earliest time to the present day. These icy led to unanimous approval given I figures, however, only concern the the house naval program for a three stones before cutting, which reduce 7ear construction program. This was their weight by half, but multipliee
FOH MAYOU OF I'HK'AGO.
j By lh*' Associated Press
CHICAGO, Feb. 4.- Mrs. Leonora Meder, lawyer, club woman and former city commissioner of public welfare, today announced her candidacy for Mayor of Chicago.
I Where can I buy all wool stylish clothing at prices that are not pro-! hibitive? Burk’s Style Shop. Tt
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By tile Associated Tress
LONDON, Feb. 4. A report, unconfirmed up to noon, w'as current this morning that Professor Devale-ra. Sinn Fein leader, had escaped his place of internment.
Buy your wall paper from Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf
their value by five.
That Photo In Khaki
Are the ones von had made permanent?
Many of these Photos w ill fade. Why not let us make one for you ?
We guarantee ours Permanent.
Substitute for Putty.
A cheap substitute for putty, suit-ible for stopping cracks in floors and jther woodwork, is made by slinking newspaper in a paste made by boiling I pound of flour in three quarts of water and adding a teaspoonful of alum. Force this mixture Into the
Notice of Dissolution,
The public is hereby notified that i
Deering & Crow have dissolved part- cracks with ii knife.
nership and N. H. Deering will con- j___
Mmie tho busine*, of the Ada Meet p on Window G,ats.
Market at tho same lac,, All cot- To r. m„v.. , „r Vllrnish standing accounts are now due and . 3
are payable to. either Peering or *int!o"’ glass. Keep the s,«ts mots-
Crow * 2-4-31 1 toned till soft. with turpentine and urn*
_ . I mon la; then rub with «*o*»»*se ‘'loth
dipped in ixiarse snit. Or moisten sjmts
discussed today by Chairman Pad-
• gett of the committee when the
House began consideration of the
$750.OOO.O'Mi annual naval appropriation bill.
XU ABBS TG FAITHFUL
WOR KEHS OF THE HED (HOSS.
In recognition of exceptional service rendered by individual members of the Red Cross, a plan has been formulated by the National Headquarters for the giving of Certificates to such persons. This Certificate entitles the holder to purchase a R«ai
Just received a complete line of wall paper. Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf
The High School Chorus announces it is bringing “Princess Chrysanthemum” to town soon. Watch for the date. 2-1-tf
with baking soda dlssolv***! in lait water, Then scrape off. The edge ot a coin Is sometimes used. Housewife.
An the well-groomed woman’s toilet consists of the application of a face powder. And It must be Just right or the whole effect iR spoiled.
FACE POWDER JONTEEL
is so adherent it is not affected by perspiration or the wind; and it is invisible, leaving no suggestion of make-up.
Perfumed with Jonteel—the costly new odor of 26 flowers.
% NOc at
Grtin Gr Mays Drug Co.
I Cross service badge.
A committee on awards has been appointed and the National Hindquarters have issued instructions governing the same, viz;
This certificate is given only to those who have distinguished, themselves by long, faithful and efficient service.
Persons who between April 6, 1917 and December 2 4. 1918 shall have rendered not l**ss than 800 hours of regular service during either six, eight or twelve consecutive months are entitled to apply.
This time may have been given in any or all branches of the .service in the home or at the work room. Where garments were made or knit-’ i ted in the home the Bureau of Pro-
Seemed Incomplete. duction has made an estimate to be
A new baby had roms to the home, I used in computing the hours for each
ital the neighbors little ones wore ill* piece.
Acetlcism menus ihe practicing of
severe virtues, or th’e mastering of d*‘-
Ores and passions. It might be termed
the extreme practice of the simple life.
Among th** ancient Greeks it denoted
,’he exercise and discipline practiced by
the athletes and wrestlers.
lowed to conn* In to see him. A little me fcmkcd him o\**r generally, then move*! down to the bottom* of the long Ires# and. quite puzzled, asked. “Aln t ie dot his l^*et yet?”
Filters Don't Stop Influenza.
Recent researches conducted by MM. Nitrile and Lei*Illy of the Pasteur institute of Tunish have proven that the microbe of Influenza is what Is known as a “filter passir’ -nihat Is. it Is so small as to pass through any filter, no matter how minute tin* Interstices may be.
D E ATH EK FOREC AST.
All members of the Pontotoc County Chapter who believe themselves entitled to such certificates should make application at once through the undersigned, setting out in full the exact amount and kind of service rendered.
As th£ committee on awards has but a short time in which to make their decisions, application should be made without delay.
MRS. ORVILLE SNEAD,
P. S. Notice has just been received from Divisional Headquarters of an additional badge which will be issued to women who have done a minimum of 400 hours service In the Ued Cross.
Here are those dainty frocks, whose very shades suggest the radiant springtime. Frocks all gay, joyous and roseate with the spirit of peace and balmy springtime. The combinations are in plaids, stripes, checks and plain shades with Organdie and pique Collars. Some have large pockets and belts
of same materials.
Priced from $3.50 X to $7.50
Fair and warmer is the outlook for Wednesday.
You will always get fresh br**ad. pies and cakes at the City Bakery.-— R. G. Knott, Prop 2-3-2t
Th** d I rec or of the . Chinese geo-logisal survey estimates that country has coal deposits sufficient to supply the world at its present rate of consumption of a billion tons a year /or 1000 years.
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