Ada Evening News Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 6

About Ada Evening News

  • Publication Name: Ada Evening News
  • Location: Ada, Oklahoma
  • Pages Available: 241,891
  • Years Available: 1904 - 1978
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Ada Evening News, February 08, 1919

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma mmm cumins VOLUME XV. NUMBER 281. ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Final Clearance of Men’s Work and Dress Pants $1.95 Mfu’s $2.50 Trousers Final Clearance Price Men s $4 Trousers    QGI Final Clearance Puce    I/O Men’s $3 Trousers    $3    9    5 Final Clearance Price a’s $7.50 Trousers Final Clearance Price Men’s $7.50 Trousers $4.95 Men's $10 Trousers Final Clearance Price $6.95 Serges, Worsteds, Corduroys, Mole Skins and Khaki Trousers all go at these Prices. STEVENS-WILSON CO. REPORTS TO EL DOOlimHON, BLOCKADE AND SIZE OE ARMIES OF OCTTPATIO* ("ON SI DERER. ltv tie* Associated Presa ’ PARIS, Feb. 8.- Although official decisions went over until tomorrow in a ay reports were made to the supreme war council today by military high commands on subjects of demobilization and relative forces of the powers to be maintained In occupied regions. The Versailles military council also submitted a report as to military forces available for the disturbed regions of Turkey. The commission on the blockade presented a report favoring lightening of the restriction* in the Mediterranean and Adriatic. A tendency was evident to impose further drastic terms on Germany for the third armistice renewal, but no decision was reached today. Agreement on league of Nations. PARIS, Feb. 8.—The society of nations commission reached a substantial agreement on the chief poits discussed last night according to an official statement today. I. W. AV. TAKING HAND IN MOX- I TANA. SYMPATHETIC STRIKE ! IN NEW YORK. IU tin* A*Kor!«?ec! Brews BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 8.- Following i ; meetings called by local industrial workers of the world IOO striking miners, some of them, armed, this; morning turned back men starting to | work, practically suspending mining i in this district. Sympathetic Strike ('ailed. NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 8—Union brick layers and hoisting engine men : employed in various cities by the building trades employers association will be called out on a sympathetic strike Monday morning according to announcement by the president of the I carpenters and joiners united brotherhood. William L. Hutcheson. The men will strike In sympathy with the carpenters for wage increase. GEN. MAIU’H SAYS TOTAL IM I E NEARLY MILLION AXD A HALF. TO The preliminary trial oi Harry Williams (white), and Tillie Price (colored), was held in the justice court. They were charged with highway robbery, alleged to have taken ISO and a gold watch oft of Cornelius Nelson. The alleged robbery is said to have taken place in the negro section of the city. Nelson stated that as he came out a door of one of tho houses Williams told him to “stick ’em up.” Williams was armed with a butcher knife. Williams and Price were placed in jail on account of de-waillt of bond, which was $1,000. Your waler bill is due aud w ill 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. ll. DEAL Com. Pub. Works and Property. Ani going to sell modern 5-room hou^f* on East 10th street. Worth the nronev. flee mr.- A. B. Blanks. 2-6-Ct. DIFFERENCE OF OPINION IX>N-« ERVING PARTY REPRESENTATION IN CABINET. SETTLEMENT REACHED IR BRITISH STRIKE By tin- Anthela ted Press WASHINGTON. Feb. S. General March announced today thai demobilization iii the United States now on “the home stretch” up to yesterday {reached 67,038 officers and 1.033,812 men discharged with a total ordered, home for discharge reaching 1,440,-000. An increase in the monthly total brought home is expected to result in transforming many cargo ships to transports, fifty one having been ordered converted recently. Plans for divisional parades in home cities have been upset, March said. by the irregular (low of troops. 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 PHONE ll S.M. SHAW, PROP. Established in 1909 AOA.OKLA. \ MISSI Good Shoe Repairing means Economy and Comfort. Ada Electric Shoe Shop,    2-7-3t When you get ready to paper your house see Shelton Undertaking Co. 2-4-tf lh*-    Pre** WEIMER. Feb. 8.- Composition of the Cabinet appears to be the principal problem commanding the attention of the German lawmakers’ meeting here in national assembly. The original proposition was for a cabinet of fifteen ministers, seven majority socialism, four centrists and four democrats. Majority aerialists, how-ever now. contend they must have i» majority which the independent socialists cannot disturb by political maneuver. Although the subject of a constitution was on today’s program J it was believed impossible to reach it before tomorrow. By tike Associated Press LONDON, Feb. s. Sir Albert Stanley, president of the board of trade, announced at 2:20 o’clock this morning that an agreement With union executives had been reached and railway service will be resumed as soon as possible. Acting Secretary Hudso of the unions subsequently declared he was satisfied with the agreement and expected the tube to be operating normally by noon today. AT TRT PLAT See our ladies’ oxfords - Burk’s Style Shop.    2-7-2tThat Photo In Khaki Are the one* 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 34 STREET CAR TRAFFIC RESUMED AT TACOMA B> tin* A •••eta ted Press TACOMA, Wash , Feb. 8. Street ear traffic was resumed in Tacoma at regular hours this morning and so far as reported there has been no interference with the cars. List your rentals with MISS DOBBINS. Special attention given repairs, .muall propel Ges and non-residents’ properties.    2-8-3t* JEliligg'Gandy Sale Friday, Saturday, SundayReal Bargains Every Box Guaranteed Good—Each Piece Guaranteed Fresh. $2.25 Boxes--------------------------------$1.75 $1.65 Boxes________________________________$1.30 $1.25 Boxes________________________________$ .98 $1.15 Boxes________________________________$ .85 $1.00 Boxes________________________________$ .75 $ .65 Boxes________________________________$. 43 Liggett’s, Huylers, Sewards. Rexall—Rexall—Hexad Gtitin Mays Drug Go. AM ERK AN. Baby Marie Osborne, the prime favorite of the movie stage, is featured in Dolly’s Vacation, a love story that appeals to young and old alike. Coming Monday Ruth Roland in Hands Up. LIBERTY. Last appearance of Hobson's Musical Comedy Co. in the best entertainment of the week. The picture program presents the sixth episode of The Lure of the Circus, the Screen Magazine and the comedy. The Cabbage Queen. ACTION LOCATED By the Associated Press WASHINGTON. Feb. 8.—Last • week’s casualty report showing 10,-000 of the American expeditionary force missing in action has been corrected to make a total of 7,783 in a report by General Pershing to the war department. Pershing’s information showed missing in action figures are being reduced about 200 daily as a result of checking of records in the central records office in France. LEAGUE OE NATIONS ALMOST COMPLETE B> Hie Associated Presa PARIS, Feb. 8. The peace conference society of nations commission expects to finish its w'ork on the draft of the projject at a session beginning jai 10:30 a. rn. today, At a long session last night the committee completed two-third* of its work. SLY-HOUR DAY AND FIVE-DAY WORKING WEEK IS PROPOSER. BERNE, Feb. 8.- Gustave Franq, the Canadian labor leader, proposed to the International Trades Union day and a five-day working week throughout the world. Notice A. F. A A. NI. Regular meeting of Ada Lodge No. 119 this evening. Your presence is requested R. H. Gladwell. S. W. 3,54MI SOLDIERS SAIL FOR AMERICAN PORT By tho Asserta tp<l Press WASHINGTON, Feb. S.—The sailing from France of the battleship I Kansas and five transports bringing home 5Oh officers and nearly 8,000 num is announce by the war department. Try our 35c meals, fe. 214 West Main. Imperial Ca-2-6-tf Don’t Tear* Child. Tensing lins ruined the disposition of many a ••Mid The parents are not likely to Im* guilty of Hitch conduct, hut oilier children in tin* Cantily, or Mane other relative, may make the child s life utterly miserable h.v constant teasing. A thoughtless adult. Intending to Im* playful, will keep a child struggling for some object, almost allowing him to get it over and ovVr again, only lo thwart the child's purpose, and so causing a wearing irritation. The Hornpipe. The ’*hornpl|M>” is un old English dance peculiar to England. In fact, on** might almost say it was the chief dance of tile British sailor, aud is sit ll. Modern "hornpipes’’ are Iii euntimui time and,of a more lively ehumcter than the ancient form. It is sup|M»sed to have received Its name from the iu-jstnimciii which was played during Its performance. Albatross Wonderful Flyer. The albatross spends lls life, with the except mn of a few weeks given each year to nesting, entirely ut sea, and L on the wing practically all the time. Furthermore., it does got progress hj Happing Its wings, as most birds do. hut seems to soar at will, rarely, if ever. giving a stroke of the wing, perming to need no impetus. At nesting time, which is early iu tim year, t lie alhetress repair* to tm Isolated island. such as one of the Crozet islands. in the southern Indian ocean, or Tristan da Cunha, In the South Atlantic ocean. Thrift and Daintiness . . ,x   - ru _ , m. nrri ..u . Reflected in Our Showingof Dove Muslin Underwear for Spring and Summer You will find our new displays pf Under Muslins fascin-[ ating from the point of clever new styles, pretty trimmings and sheer, soft fabrics. Daintiest designs, good materials, carefully made into attractive garments. Match Scratcher. Save ll.** strip of Ktindpuper that conte* on tho match Iwixes and tack on jamb of door with tiny Swede tack*; or strip* of Mnndpapernnay be cut five Inches long and three-eighths inch wide. I Mace a tack at each end and on* in tile middle. This will not interfere with opening and closing of door, aud will save steps in running Famous Castle of Durnstein. The ragged towers of tin* castle of Du nirteiii. iii which Richard ut England was imprisoned, still rise by the Danube, aud there is u Napoleonic le-|gem! Hint, sis the French emperor rode by in his Wagram campaign, he point-i en to them with horror sis a reminder of a Im rim rous incident. Seemingly Ills revery was untroubled by any prevision of the far harder tate in store for him. NIGHT GOWNS ENVELOPE CHEMISES COMBINATIONS CHEMISES (XMtSHT COVERS DRAWERS I ’ NT >ER-S KIRTS PAJAMAS 9 Come See Them Now Party who had a B,, ii O. gang plow aud double row planter in Ada Feb. 6th, please notify me if plow has not been sold. - M. C. Hooks, Franks. l-8-2t* The Surprise Store Established 1903 Ji’5-IU West Main St. Phone ;