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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma \fElje gfoa Cbernng VOLUME XV. NUMBER 267. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Clearance Prices O N II/* ,    f*J Winter hoods Sharp Reduction on Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters Overcoats M ackinaws Pants and Overalls Clearance at very low prices of Ladies Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and. Furs. STEVENS-WILSOft CO. I' K (VINCH, ARRIVES AT PL AX KOK SOLUTION OK DIF-H(TI/riE8. Bjr tin*    I'rcM PARIS, Jan. 23.—With replies from various Russian factions to its proposal for a conference being await etl the supreme council of the peace conference meets at 1.30 P. M. today. Meanwhile a joint allied commission is being made up, although no names have been announced. AH council members were present when the meet ing began. FKIWKNT OF RKPUBLIC WILL DISCUSS MATTERS WITH WILSON. I . S. and Britain Agree. PARIS, Jan. 23. The solution of the Russian problem proposed by the supreme council o ftlie peace congress is considered here as the first visible manifestation and realization of American and British accord on the great issues before the peace congress. It is understood that inasmuch as the supreme council adopted the American plan for a settlement of the Russian question, the British plan may form the foundation for a league of nations. While yesterday’s official statement was silent on Russia’s foreign debt there is reason to believe that assurance has been conveyed that the hoists ists will recede from their threat to repudiate this debt in consideration of entente relief for economic conditions in Russia. My the Associated Press PARIS, Jan. 23.- -The presidents I of the United States and Switzerland will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. 4 President Ador who arrived i from Berne today to bear an official I statement of Swiss views on interna-j tiona) questions to be laid before the ! peace congress. The statement will sa> that the political, legal and economic principles formulated by Wilson meet so entirely Switzerland’s fradi-I tional desires that she will adhere j to them no matter what difficulties ; lie in the way of their realization. I ORELUS ROX Kit.NOH OF PETRU. GRAD TO OFFER NO RESISTANCE I I tax em i By the Associated Press LONDON. Jan. 23. Leon Trotsky, Russian Minister of war, has ordered Seinovieff, the Bolshevik governor of Petrograd. to surrender the city without a fight, lf it is attacked by northern Russian forces. BIK MIB 0. S. Flite KERBS BEBOUT ITALIANS SEIZ-RD SHIP VADER AMERICAN OOIiORvS. Bf the Associated Prest* WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 According to a report made public here today by the official information bureau of the kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, a Serbo-Croatian * vessel named Binar flying the American flag and having navigation license issued by the naval commander of the Adriatic, was seized at Jelsa. January 16 by Italian forces who hauled down the American flag and carried off the ship under Italian colors. ll EPR ES ENT AT1X’EH OK FACTIONS IN PARIS FAVOR WILSON'S PLAN. Baby’s Dimples We know how to get ’em. Phone for appointment. Stairs Studio PHONE ,14 By the Associated Press PARIS, Jan. 23. Representatives of various Russian governments now in Paris were met today by Sergius Sazonoff. former Russian minister of foreign affairs and now* foreign min-; ister of the Omsk government, to discuss the decision of the supreme ] council to send a mission to Russia to meet representatives of the various Russian factions. The Russian representatives decided to support the movement for the proposed conference. ENGLAND WILL EXPEND HI RE St MS ON ROADS ! By th*1 Associated Prest) LONDON, Jan. 23. Announcement is made here that the government has set aside $50,000,000 to be used in road building and in the re-| construction of bridges allowed to j fall into decay during the war. It is | estimated that 2,500 miles of roads will be constructed, and that the work will give employment to fully 100,-000 men, many of whom wil be discharged soldiers. Up-to-daYeMusic and Things SHEET MUSIC Tishomingo Blues In the Land of Beginning Agani. I Aint Got Weary Yet. Homeward Bound. “N” Everything. Music 10c to $1. 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 Land. And many other old, new and popular Records boti] in Victor and Columbia selections. Grtiti <S-    Mays Drug Go. \\ ASH I NG TON. Jan. 22. Conferees on tile new* 2-year war revenue bill have completed their w*ork on the income tax section of the measure. The last revision of that important '.feature pf the bill has been road tided. The last word has b#*n said. except perhaps a few ineffectual protests when th** conference report comes tip for ratification in both houses. It may therefore be definitely stated what the income tax will he when the American people must pay for the year 1918. and also for the year I 1919 and thereafter, unless a Republican Congress about to come into being should amend the pending law. On incomes of individuals the tax is to be as follows: For the calendar year 1918, 12 per cent of the amount of the net income in excess of the credit provid- 1 cd in section 216; provided, that in1 case erf a citizen or resident of the United Stites the rate upon the first *$4,000 of such amount shall be 6 j per centum. For each calendar year thereafter, 8 per cent o/ the amount of the net income in excels of the credits pro- I vided in section 216; provided, that in the case of a citizen or resident of the United States the rate upon the first $4,000 of such amount shall be 4 per cent. In addition to the above, the stir-1 taxes on large incomes range from I n <:• crnt on net ’incomes in excess of >00 and not in excess pf $6,000, to f*.r> per cent on the income in ex- I cess of I million dollars. Exemptions or credits under the law as affecting individuals shall be as follow's: “The amount received as dividends from a corporation which is taxable under this title upon its net income. “The amount received as interest upon obligations of the United States I and bonds issued by the wrar finance corporation which is included In gross income tinder section 213. “In the case of a single pet3on, a personal exemption of $1,000, or in the case of the head of a family or married person living with husband or wife, a personal exemption of $2,000. A husband and wife living together shall receive but one personal exemption of $2,000 against their aggregate net income; and In case they make separate returns the personal exemption of $2,000 may be taken by either or divided between them. “Two hundred dollars for each person (other than husband or wife) dependent upon and receiving his chief support from the taxpayer; lf such dependent person is under 18 years of age or is incapable of self support because mentally o. physically defective.” IO CONFERENCE PARIS, Jan. 23 An official builtin is.1 ued by the Press Bureau this afternoon says: “The proposals of President Wilson were approved, including recog-j nition by the associated powers of j the t ight of the Russian people to I direct their own affairs without die-! tation from the outside. The powers ' do not wish to exploit Russia. “The powers recognize the revolution and in no way countenance a counter-revolution. They wish to serve Russia unselfishly and invite all organized groups in Siberia or! within the boundaries of European j Russia as it stood before the war to send representatives to Prince’s Is-1 land to meet representatives of the associated pow*ers, provided there is a truce of arms meanwhile. “Such representatives will be expected at the place appointed by Feb. 15. “A plenary session of the conference Saturday will discuss Mr. Lloyd George’s proposals for a league of nations.” Prince’s Islands, consist of a group of nine small islands in the Sea of j Marmora, from ten to fifteen miles j southeast of Constantinople. The largest is Khaki. On this island is a naval academy and a Greek school ; of theology. The population of the islands numbers about 10,000 for the ; most part Greeks, Turks and Armen (ans.    * LADIES’ Rain Coats HALF 1 2 PRICE Such sales as this will crowd our Ready-to-Wear section and with only a limited number of these Rain Coats you will have to hurry to get yours. The rainy weather just starting in makes this an unusual opportunity to get you a good rain    coat at these low* prices. $3.00 Ladies’    Rain    Coats    Now______________$1.50 $5.00 Ladies’    Rain    Coats    Now______________$2.50 $6.50 Ladies’    Rain    Coats    Now______________$3.25 FINAL CLEARANCE ON READY TO WEAR MEN’S ANI) BOYS’ SUITS AND OVERCOATS Men should not fail to see the real bargains we have in Suits Hod Overcoats. DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 77 S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in 190S AOA. OKLA. Harrison’s Inquisitiveness. Senator Luther Harrison is an inquisitive cuss. Senator Tucker on the floor of the senate yesterday fold of j a place at Ardmore where cider may j be bought that will “clear the day of ! past regrets and future fears.” Senator Harrison arose as a personal priv-j ilege and asked Senator Tucker if he j knew* of such a place in Oklahoma City. — Oklahoman. Texas Senators Adopt Suffrage. AUSTIN, Tex., Jan. 23.—The wo-nian’s suffrage amendment was adopt ed in the senate this afternoon without a dissenting vote. This is a senate joint resolution and conflicts with the house joint resolution passed today in the house in that the senate resolution does not carry an alien suffrage provision. MARTHA WASHINGTON SA YI *8 FROM FRANCK I By th*» Associated Pre** WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. The j transport Martha Washington has sailed from France with 2400 troops J including 250 sick and wounded. She j is expected to arrive at Newport News January 28. COLDS AND GRIPPE YIELD TO CALD T AIRPLANES USED AGAINST MEXICAN REVOLUTIONISTS By Hi* Associated Presa MEXICO CITY, Jan. 23.—General Candide Aguilar, chief of military operations in the gulf regions, is using airplanes with success in his campaign against the rebels, especially in the state of Vera Cruz. Not only are the aviators doing valuable re-connoisance work, but one recently dropped bombs on a party of bandits who believed themselves safely ensconced un the top of a mountain near Orizaba. To break up a cold over night otto cut short an attack of grippe, physicians and druggists are now recommending Calotabs, the new nausealess calomel, that is purified from all dangerous and sickening effects. Those who have tried it say that It acts like magic, by far more effective and certain than the old style calomel, hitherto recommended by all physicians. One Calotab on the tongue at bed time with a swallow of water—that’s all. No salts, no nausea nor the slightest interference With eating, work or pleasures. Next morning your cold has vanished and your whole system feels refreshed and purified. Calotabs is sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Recommended and guaranteed by all druggists. Your money back lf you 'are not delighted.—Adv. Men's Shirts and Drawers AT BIG SAVINGS 50c PER GARMENT * FORMER PRICE $1 Just forty dozen Men’s Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. Who wouldn’t seize the opportunity to buy these warm ribbed undergarments at such a low price. These will not tarry long at this low price. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-ll7 West Main St. Phone 117 ;