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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma QTfie gtoa gening VOLUME xv. NUMBER 265. ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21,1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY 1 troupe* / > v ,.KU K t ONKKHK.SKK CAU^ FOB HWWmTH (MMM* KOH KO«MA MKMOIHNIHM. I.RAMIT! OK    TIO*    ‘ NATIONS NEXT.    ERNMENT. >** By tho Associated Pre**5* PARIS, Jan. ll. The Russian nutation was again considered by the supreme council of the peace conference when it met today at 10:30 o’clock. There was a tull attendance for this meeting. 4 M \ Sk A X\ jfc I® \ \fn 1 4m V WSM rn v ■Y) ii I PARIS, Jan. 21. The peace conference now has the Russian situation under active and continued examination, while plans tot a lea gut of nations are being fast brought into shape and were expected to be taken under general consideration fot the first time when the supreme council reassembled today. The latest information available to th** corespondents was that all associated governments were prepared for presentation of their memoranda on the Russia nsituation in response to the I < < all !oi Them issued last Saturday. President Wilson had in hand this morning memotanda on the subject prepare dby the American mission. Plans for the league ot nations continue to develop and it is deemed not improbable that the conference will get to its first full discussion on th* subject by th** week's end. I tv th** Associated Press PARIS, Jan. ll.—Early returns from German elections are interpret- ■ ed here to signify a promising prospect for the establishment of a stable German administration at an early date. Majority socialists and German democrats who are successors ot the old radical party, apparently will go into the constituent assembly with a big lead over the Independent socialists. Fried erie h Von Payer, former vice chancellor and leader of the democrats, and socialist leaders Ebert and    So hied em ann, demonstrated their ability to work together and | they count on Konstantin Fehren-! bach. Centrist leader, as an ally in effort? to institute a government with the basis of popular support. Eiclioru ami Haase YV in. HERLIN, Jan. ll.- It is probable ! the former chief of police Eichhorn and Hugo Haase .former secretary for foreign affairs, in the Ebert cabinet, have been elected to the national assembly. Returns are coming in very slowly and results, even in Berlin, are as yet uncertain. FullJSizeiWool Nap of the best quality, Value $5.75 One lot Men’s Work Pants—Corduroys, Mole Skins and Khakis, worth to $5, Special Clearance Price.......M' • One lot Men’s Work Pants and    (Pl QC Overalls, worth $2.50, Special . . . REVOLUTION Simi [EIK Pl AV TO DECLARE IRELAND’S INDEPENDENCE OE GREAT BRITAIV. STEVENS-WILSON CO. MONARCHIST* MIE GAINING IN STRENGTH IN NORTHERN PROVINCES. Hr th*- Ak>*h I res* ■ MADRID, Jan. 21 Th** monarchist movement in Portugal, headed bv Pa I va Concern*, has been successful in Northern Portugal and a government has beeu formed at Oporto, ac-j cording to a report received by the ] Spanish government from the governor of Province of Pontevedra. in Northwestern Spain tty th** Associated i’''**ss DEHLIN. Jan. r I The Dad Hireann which is Gael.* for 'Irish parliament” will be callet, to order this afternoon in Dublin s ancient mansion house to proclaim Delano an independent republic. About half the Sinn Feiners elected to membership in the British parliament will participate, the other half being in I various English prisons charged w ith sedition or merely held on suspicion under the elastic provisions of the defense of the realm act. Basement Special 15c One assortment of Enamel Ware, a11 good Items. Values up to 35c. Clearance Sale Still Go/nfi On It will pay you to attend our Big Clearance Sale of Ready-to-Wear and Clothing. Everything to Wear. DEPARTMENT STORE S.M. SHAW, PROP. PHONE 77    Established    in    I    (MMI    AOA,    OKLA. AUTOPSY CONFIRMS ELA REV REPORT OF DEATH WHILE ATTEMPTING BSC APE. ESTHONIAN TROOPS INFLICT DEFEATS ON RUSSIAN REDS. By the Associated Pre** BERLIN, Jan. 21.—An autopsy upon the body of Dr. Liebkneoht, shot and killed last week while attempting to escape from his soldier guards, showed he was shot from behind from some distance, and not through th** forehead at a few paces, as contended by the Spartacans. The official report shows the fatal bullet entered the back of the head and came out through the forehead. Rose Luxemburg's body hasn’t been found, notwithstanding continued search.  . . -------- Baby’s Dimples We    know how to get ’em. Rhone for appointment. Stairs Studio PHO VE 34 By the As.Hociat***! Pre**** LONDON, Jan. 21.- A notable sue- j cess has been won against the bol-, sheviki by Esthonian troops operat-. lug to the northeast of Lake Piepus, according to an Esthonian statement received by wireless at Stockholm today and transmitted here. They took the town of Norva. on the Ueval-Fetrograd railway, with a large number of prisoners. REO RUD FRISCO Hill A SOLDIER OF IHE 36TH REACHES HOME (MHM) MORE MEN SAIL FROM FRANCK j lty th** Associated I chs WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.—Two . transports, the Conia and Susquehanna. and Cruiser Frederick are on the way home from France with over 6-000 men. Bring in that picture and let me frame it for you.—C. A. Cummrns. 1-15-tf Ardmore I Vs timed cr Resigns. Ardmore, Ok., Jan. 20.—C. L. Byrne, postmaster at Ardmore, has resign-! ed to re-enter the lumber business. ! A telegram today from Congressman I Charles D, Carter stated that John H. Carlock, chairman of the local exemption board, has been appointed to the place temporarily, pending ex-, amination for permanent appointment. Al , TEI. PUI ON I T A leport, apparently well founded is heard among Frisco trainmen to the effect that a new fast tram between Tulsa and Fort Worth w be put on within the next two weeks. According to the report both trains will pass Ada about ll or I- o clock at night, leaving Tulsa and Fort Worth about 6 or 7 p. rn. and stopping only at the most, important points Up-to-date Music andThings SHEET MUSIC Tishomingo Blues In the Land of Beginning Agani. I Aint Got Weary Yet. Homeward Bound. “N” MSU. SHEET MUSIC. RECORDS 85c to $7 Hindustan Smiles. I Aint Got Weary Yet. I Am Glad I Can Make You Cry. The Rose of No Man’s I^and.    * And many other old, new and popular Records both in Victor and Columbia selections. Gwin &- Mays Drug Co. Sergt. Zoe Stegall, son ot W H. Stegall and wife, has arrived from Fiance with his honorable discharge and a soldierly record of which he may well be proud. However, the young man speaks modestly ot his service and. as is usual with those who have served best, does not boast of his deeds. Ile was a member of Co. M, 141st infantry. 36th division and was discharged because of his wounds. He was on the steamer Northern Pacific which went ashore at F'ire Island, off New York. and in great flanger until rescued. The young man landed iii F’ranee In June and soon afterwards was sent to tile front and was wounded live times while on the I hampague sector. One hand is permanently disabled from a machine gun bullet. He was wounded Oct. 14 and in the hospital two months. He has some interesting souvenirs j taken on the battlefield. One is a ! cigarette lighter. A German officer, who had stolen it in Fiance, was in ja shell hole on the front and when * he exposed his position by lighting a cigarette young Stegall got him. He also has an ugly knife with which the Hun soldiers were provided. They carried these In their boot tops and in close quarters stabbed their enemies. He was slightly wounded by a German with one of these knives, but i the Hun n^ver needed a knife after j that. He knows of at least eight that he sent to their reward. He says the best snipers the Germans had were women who wore the regulation uniform. He says a wo-' man has keener eyes than a man, 1 hence these women did deadly work with nvachine guns posted in trees ! and other concealed points. He speaks in the highest terms of the Red Cross "They were mothers to us.” he says. He was picked up by the Red Cross after lying two days and nights wounded on the field. Gen. Pershing is the young man’s ideal hero. He says the general was not afraid of anything and he hap seen him in the front lines when the battle was heaviest, walking unconcernedly along twirling his cane, and seemed tp bear a charmed life for j no bullet ever found him. The young soldier wears five wound stripes on his arm and a star j on the shoulder indicating consplc-I HOU bravery in action. HILLSBORO, Texas. Jan. 21 Bragg Williams, negro, who confessed to the murder of Mrs. George Wells and her little son at their home near Itasca, Dec. 2, was taken from Jail here at I o’clock this afternoon and burned to death on the public square. Frillier in th** day he had been sentenced to be hanged on February 21. He was convicted! ast week.    . Williams, who had been in jail in Dallas for safekeeping* was brought to Hillsboro this morning to receive sentence, which was passed by Judge Horton Porter of the District court Williams was then taken to the county jail.    .. Attorneys Walter Collins and A. M. Frazier, who were appointed to defend Williams, served under protest. The defense moved for a new trial and. .on this being refused, gave no- tiie of appeal. Shortly after noon a crowd went to the jail and demanded that WiD Hams be turned over to them. The demand was refused. The outer door of th** jail was broken with a sledge hammer and preparations were made to batter down the cell door, but someone in the crowd secured possession of the cell keys by overpowering a guard. The negro was brought out and led to the public square. Williams was chained to the concrete ‘•safety first” post on the square. Hay, wood and coal were piled about him and over the mass was ponied several gallons of coal oil. Then a match was applied. Williams lived but a few minutes in the flames, probably not more than five. He is said to have made no outcry at his fate other than to say ‘‘Help me. Cap, , three times.    , ^ A . i At the jail Williams is said to have admitted the double killing, but to have denied outraging his victim. While a great many persons Sered around the burning negro, business was not suspended and there was very little excitement Clearance of Women’s Kid Gloves $i. OO PAIR 102 Pairs- Women’s Kid Gloves, assorted sizes in White, Black, Tan and Champagne. Sizes 5 1-2 to 7 1-2. These Gloves are odd pairs of different lines and are worth from $2 to $3 per pair. Clearance Price $1.00 No Approvals—No Returns—No Refunds Surgeons agree that in case.* of Cuts. Burns. Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TRF;aTMF:NT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, thoro is no danger*of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast. BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Sold by Bart Smith. The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 West Main St. Phone 117 ;