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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Writ £foa Ckntng ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY KS* Final Clearance of Men's Work and Dress Pants $1.95 $2.95 Men's $2.50 Trousers Final Clearance Price Men’s $4 Trousers Final Clearance Price Men’s $5 Trousers    Q    C Final Clearance Price Men’s ST 50 Trousers    Q    EJ Final Clearance Price Men’s Trousers    Q Final Clearance Price Serges. Worsteds. Corduroys. Mole Skins and Khaki Trousers all go at these Price*. STEVENS-WILSON CO All Branches of Industrial Life at Dead Standstill Today. By til** A*»*oclated Press SEATTLE, Wash.. Feb. 7. With newspaper publication suspended, theaters ami schools closed, street cars not operating, restaurants shut down and shipping being diverted to I Oregon ports. Seattle on this the second da> of the general strike began to cast about for means of relieving the situation. Nearly 1,000 troops from Camp Lewis are iii the city under war department orders ready to act iii event of disorders. At Tacoma, where a similar strike is in progress, a slight improvement is reported today, with some of the trades returning to work. ILLIES* WILL PEAL    ll EET TH KEAT OI Elim WITH NKW MEAM KES. EK A NEE ANH ITALY OBJECT TO \HOLlTION OF COMPULSORY SKH VICK. be sn oui lh iVj«* A"iH iati J Pl*1*** PARIS, Feb. 7 Th** Allied premiers’ meeting tin*- afternoon as the supreme interallied war con nett will probably tiv new terms to be imposed on Germany whose tactics on obstruction and recrimination are said to have reached a climax in the thereat made at Weimar by Chancellor Ebert that Germany would break relations with the Allies. ► KENCH PROTEST AGAINST ii EK MAN DELEGATE* NOW AT RAISING BLOCKADE ON    WOKE    FRAMING    (X1NSTITI    - KAW MATERIA I *S.    TIOX    FOK    NATION. By the A'plated Press* PARIS, Feb. 7.—Captain Andre Ta rd ie u, French representative on the committee of society of nation*, announced tonight that the program for the society will be ready sometime next week. He also stated that France is opposed to raising lh** blockade on raw materials against Germany until the damage to French industries has been repaired, and expressed the belief that allies would not disagree with France oil this point. U> tbr A*.*«*< *„••*! Press WEIMAR, Feb. 7. Declaring the old order in Germany has gout* forever and that the people are now determined to rule themselves, Fried-. rich Ebert, German chancellor, called the National assembly* to order I here this afternoon. He address**d the assembly as “Ladies and Oentle-t men.” a form of address never before heard iii German legislative bodies. The Chancellor’s speech was an earnest appeal for unity and untiring labor. POLES HARD POSHED DY CZECHO SLOVAKS WARSAW, Feb 7 In heavy fighting in the last few days iii northwestern Galicia. Czecho-Slovak forces have advanced to within nineteen miles of Cracow, notwithstanding strong Polish resistance. The foregoing dispatch was filed the day th** armistice between the Poles and Czechoslovaks was signed. *»„ Am going to sell modern 5-room VV’. L. Nettles has purchased th** house on East 10th street. Worth iChampion Electric Shoe Shop located the money See me.- A. ll. Blanks at 111 North Broadway. My shop is (equipped with the latest and hest machinery and high grade material. Ail work guaranteed. I W'ill be glad to i have my friends and new ones call oil I me.    #    2-6-3t 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 Nor-j mal gymnasium.    2-6-2t We have opened a Ladies’ and ' Gents’ Shine Parlor. Ada Electric , Shoe Shop    2-7-3t All makes typewriters rented, sold, bought, exchanged and repaired. Business College, Phone 182. 2-7-3t*    I 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. Stall's Studio PHONE 34 Pit IC E-FI XING 4 * IMM!TTEK WILL FEASE TO EXIST MARCH I WASHINGTON, Feb. €. The pi ice-fixing committee of the War Industries Board will cease to exist on March I. This became known tonight through publication in the Official Bulletin of the Committee on Public Vnformation of th** joint letter of the committee to the President at Paris and his reply. Attention. Boys. I would like to meet all tho boys of Ada. who are interested in organizing a Boy Scout Troop for Ada, at the high school building Saturday night. February at 7:30. I want to meet you whether you are decided to join or not. The meeting is not to organize but to discuss organization. I) T. Bradshaw By ,:>< Associated Tress PARIS, Feb. 7. At the peace conference commission meeting last nigh, over which President Wilson presided, nearly every article of the society of nations project was discnss-i cd and appro\ed with the exception of a paragraph concerning abolition of conscript Urn to which Premier Or-tlando of Italy and Leon BeurgeoU, French deegate, strenuously objected. This paragraph was cancelled and it was agreed to leave the raising of forces to each country after the league fixes the size of future armies. William Allen White, Emporia, Kansas, and Professor George Davis Nerron have been appointed American delegates to the confeenee with th Russian factions which will endeavor to find a solution to the Russian muddle. roust it ut inn Half Written. j PARIS, Feb. 7.—Substantially half of the draft of the constitution for the society of nations has been covered by the chief conference commission dealing with the question, ac-1 cording to an official statement to-’ day. In approving additional articals the commission reached an agreement nu the questions of the greatest importance concerning positive functions of the league the statement says. Acceptance of these additional articles was only provisional, however.Second Reduction Sale of Clothing Here is another Opportunity to get that Suit or Overcoat at a big Saving. $15 Suits____________________________$12 $20 Suits____________________________$16 $25 Suits____________________________$20 $30 Suits____________________________$24 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 S.M. SHAW. PROP. PHONS 77    EnUbliAM    in    IMI    ADA,    OKLA. INCOME AND PROFITS REPORTS1 MEST BE IN BY MARCH 15. WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.—No exten- I sion of the time for filing income and j profits returns beyond March 15 will be made by the Treasury, Secretary I Glass said today. This means that individuals and business interests will have to make great haste in preparing and filing their returns, since forms for the reports will not be available for two or three weeks. The first instillment payment of 25 per cent will be due March 15. If any business interests are not able to prepare final returns by March 15, Mr. Glass said they* may report approximate figures on income or profits and later file a supplementary report. Try our 35c meals, fe, 214 West Main. Imperial Ca-2-fi-tf FIVE MORE TRANSPORTS SAIL FOR AMERICAN Bv th** Associated Pratt Western Samoa. «: n t iii ii Samoa or Western Samoa, - i v . ailed sine** September. 1**1 I. ti ’i British occupation took place. t**■ 'cs the islands of Savail aud f«. ii with the town of Apia a* the • I .*f the political and commercial • t*. Ute Islands are the remains • if 'en(submerged volcanic range. h**av-i\ l imited with tropical verdure which .I :* great extent prohibits agriculture r iarming; hence the principal Inriu**-’i'm ** are the planting of coconuts, a . o arid rubber. PORTS. Candy Sale Friday, Saturday, Sunday Real Bargains Every Box Guaranteed Good—Each Piece Guaranteed Fresh. $2.25 Boxes  ------------------------------$1.75 $1.65 Boxes  ------------------------$1.30 $1.25 Boxes________________________________$ *9$ $1.15 Boxes--------------------------------$ ,$5 $1.00 Boxes __I-----------------------------$ -75 $ .65 Boxes________________________________$• 43 Liggett’s, Huylers, Sewards. Hexad—Rexall—Rexall Gtfin Mays Drug Co. WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. Sailing of five transports from France with about 200 officers and 5,500 men, mainly former national guard units, is announced by the war department. Most of th** troops are from the far west. WOMAN ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGE AT ARDMORE. ARDMORE. Okla.. Feb. 7.—The jury in the case of Mrs. Ida Landers after being out two hours and a half, brought in a verdict at 3:30 pronouncing her not guilty of the murder of her husband and his father. ASQUITH’S DAUGHTER TO MARRY ROUMANIAN PRINCE. By th** Annodated Pre** LONDON. Feb. 7. The engagement of Miss Elizabeth Asquith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Asquith, to Prince A atone Debesco, councillor of the Roumanian legation at London, has been anrfouncd, according to the Daily Mirror. Prince Dibesco was formerly first secretary of the Roumanian legation at Washington. Editor’s Joke. A .budding author scut h humorous i»; i rn graph to the editor of a daily on per. Not finding it printed within *; reasonable time or hearing from the i editorial department, he wrote to Inquire about it. “I sent you a Joke alani! ten days' ago. I have benni nothing respecting Its safe receipt and should be glad to heur whether you have seen It.” The editor’s reply was as follows:    “Your joke arrived safe ly, but up«to the present we have not seen It.” Notice. I will be responsible for no bills that are not authorized by me.—J. H. Norman.    2-7-2t Noted Colored Woman. Sojourner Truth was a colored woman born in New York state, probably about the middle of th** eighteenth century, as she was middle aged at th** time of Washington’s death, In I TIK*. That was not her real name, but she assumed it for reasons of her own. She was a slave all her life until M*t free by an act of the New York legislature in 1827, abolishing slavery In that state, July 4, 1827. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a life of ber. Thrift and Daintiness Reflected in Our Showing: of Dove Muslin Underwear for Spring and Summer You will find our new displays of Under Muslins fascinating from the point of clever new styles, pretty trimmings and sheer, soft fabrics. Daintiest designs, good materials, carefully made into attractive garments.’ NIGHT GOWNS ENVELOPE CHEMISES <X>M BIN ATKINS CHEMISES CORSET COVERS DRAWERS UNDER-SKIRTS PAJAMAS Come See Them Now WEATHER FOHFX AST. A fair day ta promised for Saturday, but the weather man has noth- inv to (iv nhnnt the t em nern t ii re The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;