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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he? Hba €benma VOLUME XV. NUMBER 279.ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Final Clearance of Boy's Clothing Boys' $5 Suits Final Clearance Price Boys’ $7.50 Suits Final Clearance Price Boys’ $10 Suits Final Clearance Price Boys’ $12.75 Suits Final Clearance Price $ 3.95 $4.95 $6.95 $8.75 lf your boy needs a new Suit, this is a fine time to get it for less than value. EXPRESS WI Lid NC* MISS TO LAIL Tin PATK IV PM NEK'S ISLAND CONFERENCE. SII MUB) AI SEME \ KA Ii LY A LL TRADES UA I,KKD OLT IN SYMPATHY STRIKE I NHI MKT AL WOK KLUS. 11^ tin- Anmm 'luted 1’ V" LONDON, Feb. Al. Thitcherio, Russian foreign minister, announces in a wireless dispatch picked up here that the sox iet KOX eminent is willing to participate in the Prince's Island conference and asks for information where its representatives are to go and what route to be taken. The soviet government's wireless message announces it is willing to acknowledge financial obligations regarding the creditors of Russia of entente nationality. Allies Will Semi Committee. The supreme council on receipt of the soviet government's acceptance of the proposal for a conference on Prince's Islands immediately made ar rangements to send a joint committee of two representatives from each of the five great powers to meet soviet I prsent atives. By the A a Nucla ted Press SEATTLE, Wash., Feb. 6.—Seat- j tie’s general strike was called on schedule time. Ten A. M. today. SEATTLE, Wash., Feb. 6.—A strike of approximately 65,000 union workers embracing nearly every trade j was set for ten o'clock this morning by the decision of the Central Labor Council last night. The general strike is called in sympathy with the 25,000 metal trade workers who left the shipyards and contract shops Jan. I to enforce wage increase demands. IO CONSUMERS REVENUE BILL Your water bill is due and will be delinquent after he 10th inst. Service will be discontinued on the lith and it will positively cost $1.00 to have the water turned on. P. H. DEAL Com. Pub. Works and Property. 2-6-5L Roff high school is going strong in basketball this season. Beat Francis a week ago. They will not be easy pickings for the teachers. They will play here Friday evening at the Normal gymnasium.    2-6-2t W L A T ll LU LORL* A ST. CONFERENCE COMMITTEE UL-INUITS M KASL UK TO Hor ll MOISES OL I X> YI ill KSS Fair weather is the Friday in Oklahoma. forecast for Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you.—C. A Cummins. 1-15-tf That Photo In Khaki Are the ones you had made permanent? Many of these Photos will fade. Why not let us make one for you? We guarantee ours Permanent. Stairs Studio PHONE 84 B> tin- kiiMM tai* J I*;*#' WASHINGTON. Feb 6. Senate and House conferees today Mihmit-tt‘d to Congress the long delayed war revenue bill presenting the American people with theii prospective tax •budget for 1919 and ensuing year ‘amounting to something over six bil-' lion dollars this year and four billion dollars next year, subject to rate revision by the next Congress. The conference report will be considered next Friday and its adoption considered assured by both houses. In the Income tax section the hill retains all senate rates including twelve per cent on corporations’ in* I comes for last year in excess of credits previously allowed, hut fixes the rate for subsequent years at eight per cent. Twelve per cent normal rate on individual incomes and eight per cent rate payable next year retained with exemption^ of $1,000 for single and $2,000 for married persons and an additional » •xemption of $200 for each dependent minor. The ! Senate rate on individual stir taxes ranging from one percent on $5,000 incomes to sixty-five per cent on all lover $1,000,000 are also approved DELLA;ATLS MELT AT WEIMAR TO WUITE CONSTITUTION POU NATION. It) iii*- A*n<h-iatril AMSTERDAM, Feb. fi. Friederich Ebert. German chancellor opened the first session of the recently elected j German National Assembly at Weimar at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Berlin dispatches report many members for I Alsace-Lorraine presented them-! selves for today’s sitting. PIR SI 1*I*LU AT NORMAL NETS MUK SLM The pie supper at the Normal was a success, about $50 having been i realized. One of the features of the I supper was the grand march at the opening of the program. Immediately after this the pies were auctioneered off by Mr. EHcson who proved a very capable man for the job During th* cating of the pies those present were entertained by musical selection- h\ Misses Duncan and Lee. NEH GOOD ROADS MEETING EEB. 14 Dr. L. .VI. Overton of Fitzhugh, president of the newly organized Good Roads Association of Pontotoc county, states that the next meeting will be held at Ada Friday. February 14. at I o'clock. Every advocate of good roads in the county is urged to be present. ELECT OFFICERS Am going lo sell modern 5-room lion sh on East 10th street. Worth the money. See me A. B Blanks. 2-6-6U Vogue Beauty Parlors, 116 1-2 S. Townsend. Phone 7 72. l l4-!mo The Final Touch in the well-groomed woman’s toilet consists of the application of a face powder. And it must be just right or the whole effect is 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. IWc ut Gtfin Sr'Mays Drug Co. Bx the A-MMiati-d The Modefn Woodmen of Ada are I taking on new life and expect to greatly increase tin* membership of |the order by a campaign now tinder way. At the last meeting the following officers were elected:    A.    Stauf fer. Consul; IL Q. Sears, past consul; I Robert Bradley, adviser; s. E. Chapman, banker; J E. Harris, clerk; J. E. Russell, I). VV. Swaffar and R. G. Sears, directors. LEAGUE OE NATIONS T BOLSHEVIK! ARMY A RU HANG EL, Feb. S.— Heavy losses were inflicted on the Bolshvi-ki by the American forces Tuesday • and the enemy was driven back in disorder from the village of Vistav-ka oa the Vaga, The American casual! ies were five killed and several wounded. Many bolshevik soldiers were taken prisoners by the Americans. The enemy early ii* the morning began a bombardment with field guns and Howitzers and under cover of a shrapnel and pompom barrage, essayed a frontal attack with infantry in the Arctic twilight at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. The American troops who were rested after their retirement from Shenkurskm and are now* established in a good position, poured a heavy fire from machine guns into the charging Bolshevik!, who fled into the woods. Captured Bilsheviki declared that the enemy had planned a Hank attack j simultaneously with the frontal move ment .but this was abandoned when Yistavka attempt failed. COEDS ANO ELU OEST TREATED WITH CALOTABS The New Perfected Calomel That Is Free from Nauseating and Sali-% ating Effects. Physicians or druggists will tell you that the best thing in the world for a cold, grippe or influenza, is Ualotabs, the perfected calomel, that is free from nauseating and salivating effects. Doctors have learned that other laxatives are uncertain and unsatisfactory for cold and grippe, but that they can count on Calotabs. the new calomel, that has all the liver benefits and none of the sting, to thoroughly arouse the liver .and put tho system in ideal condition to throw off the cold and prevent influenza and pneumonia. The best time to take Ualotabs is at the first sign of a cold. If you take it at the beginning you can cure a cold over night. One Calotab on the tongue at bed time with a swallow* of water- that's all. In the morning you wake up feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Your cold has vanished and you may congratulate yourself that you have possibly prevented serious complications for physicians tell us that neglected colds number their victims by the millions. For your protection, Calotabs are sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Your druggist will supply you and your money given back promptly and cheerfully if you are not delighted with this new form of calomel. (adv.) Second Reduction Sale of Clothing Here is another Opportunity to get that Suit or Overcoat at a big Saving. $15 Suits____________________________$12 $20 Suits____________________________$10 $25 Suits____________________________$20 $30 Suits____________________________S24 . OVERCOATS 25% OFF DRY GOODS 30c Grade of good family soft finished 4-4 Bleached Domestic, better than Hope, Special____________22c Newest Arrivals Among Women’s Coats, Suits and Dresses Reveal the Fashions of Spring. The most exquisite up-to-the-minute Styles that are sure to meet with your approval. A woman clad in one of these Models would have the assurance of being smartly attired. Come and See Them. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE ll S.M. SHAW. PROP. Em abit shed in 1003 AOA. OKLA. BLD GREGG EX TERI EN C 3BS AUTOMOBILE WK LUK A. M. Gregg, while driving from Roff before day this morning, let his I car run into an open ditch in the. road near Lawrence and sustained a real wreck. Mrs. Richardson, a grad- j uate nurse, was throwrn from the car and slightly injured. They were rushing to get Mrs. Richardson to th*-* bedside of Mrs. M. F. Manville, The light* on the car w“nt out, and Mr. Gregg was tryig to pick his way by the aid of a flash light. Corporal Earl Dawson xvrites his parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Dawson, that he is now stationed at St. Naz-aire. France. He has already seen quite a little of the country' and expects to see much more before returning for he thinks he xviii not be discharged any time soon. By the Associated Pres* PARIS, Feh 6.—The Society of Nations commission of the peace conference has virtually covered one-third of its task according to official announcement today. An agreement, the statement adds, has been reached on the principles underlying the whole draft for the society of Nations. At today’s session the council discussed qualifications for membership and objects which will safeguard the constitution and motives behind the society. The non-jury civil docket in district court was called today and a session of three days devoted to its hearing. SIZE OF ARMIES ' TO BE CONSIDERED PARIS, Feb. 6. A supreme interallied war council meeting will be held Friday to decide the question as to the strength to be maintained by the different entente armies of occupation. Conditions for armistice renewal with Germany w:ill also be considered. W. L. Nettles has purchased the Champion Electric Shoe Shop located at 111 North Broadway. My shop is equipped with the latest and best machinery and high grade material. All work guaranteed. I will be glad to have my friends and new ones call on me.    2-G-3t Let a Want Ad get it for you. Final Reduction ON Shoes fey r tj J* to One Lot Women’s Shoes, in Patent, Cloth Top, Kid and Gun Metal—black only—worth up to $5, REDUCED PRICE jNE Lot Men’s and Boys’ Work Shoes—here are the kinds that will stand hard wear- wili give service and satisfaction—worth up to $5—REDUCED PRICE .. . $2.95 A GENUINE SAVING ON EVERY PAIR The Surprise Store Established 1903 ,115-117 West Main St. Phone 117 \ ;