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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma The Surprise Store Established 1903 JJ5-117    West    St. Phone ll7ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919 NUMBER 269 VOLUME XV d J JC. CIIC J *Ladies and Dresses BRITISH MK4T ONLY FI FTY-NI NE TRANSPORTATION .ST IU KL HURM AR1NK8 DURING    Fit    A    NOB    -RlttH'GMLT    TO WAIL    '    SPEEDY    ENB. QI'RSTI ON OE WA ITI BIR* <1 CM* FL UBN CTC TO HE TLEO FI HAT. Spring Suits— Beautiful Styles In Serge and Tricotine, elaborately trimmed with braid and buttons; many tailored styles and vest effects. Prices By the AsHueinifU I'rcM LONDON. Jan. 25.—Fifty-nine submarines were lost by the British navy during ihe war. Of these thirty-nine were destroyed by enemy action. Germany lost 203. By th.' Associated Press PARIS, . Jan*, 25. tbs* French government i£ ubqut to take g hand in the general transportation strike whish Wftp declared in Paras yesterday- affecting subways, surface cars I auld automobile busses. The government d?s/avd ^-requisition virtually I tie, 0gp$B "transportation system of the city, a .A oft ti £ aifert* j By the Associated Press '•] j WASHINGTON. Jan. 23 I A sharp j division among member^ of the house naval committee ov<-v the wis-! dom of passing the sect nd three Lyears building program until after • the peace conference's derision on I world disarmament, It W;$-s learned ■ today, has led to the delay-‘.of a week before attempting final adion. bf»Q o'A I*' Klo&er Silk Chaipchet Thread, regular yjyt J Ijp hi UU JU .    JSjkioT price 15c per spool,:    Ai Special Priee, per spool ... I \JC OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan 25 The Senate today revived the senate bill by Biddison and Henry of the House J and Knie of the Senate relative to j trust companies becoming guardians i for minors. Both bouses acted on ) the hill Thursday at the same time aud both practically killed it, the'Ii house by Indefinitely postponing it and the senate by striking out all but j the enacting clause. The latter to-1 day reconsidered its action and perfected the bill and advanced it. In I its final form trust companies are;! placed on the same plane as individuals and cannot become guardians for more than five. The Senate also advanced the bill , by Spurlock providing tor two schol-; arships from each county to the A. 1 * M College. It allows $200 a year for a two-year course, the student J pledging that he will spend as long on the farm afterward as he went to j school. The bill by Snyder of the Senate j requiring liquor confiscated by offi- | cees to be turned over to the county j was passed finally in the Senate, as also was another by Snyder fixing salaries of court assistants to    the J County Attorney and providing    an ev-; idence man. This pertains to Oklahoma county. The Hotisu1 in committee of fhe i whole killed the bill by Ticer. Nesbit and IMatt revising the divorce laws.: Numerous amendments were offered. Ticer explained that the bill was intended to make it more difficult than j, at present lo obtain a divorce.    but amendments offered indicated    that, members did Dot approve the bill as introd uced. The House also killed the bill by j Cheatham granting amnesty to all i persons who volunteered or were drafted into the army. Other measures passed in commit-J tee of the whole by the House were: j By Dodson, relating to normal insti- J tutes and teachers* training courses; by Woodward, providing for publica- j tion of assessments before the State , Board of Squall tattoo; by Harris.; Bobo and Collums. relative to the ; penalty on delinquent taxes. The bill sought to reduce the penalty from 18 to IO per cent, but it was amended to I 2 per cent. The House took favorable action on the bill by Neff. Disney and West of the House and Kerr of the Senate, j This bill, while a new one, cures defects in a -statute now in force known ins the Muskogee City Court law'. Under the old law it was complained ;that a person living in any part of !the state could be sued and brought ! to the Muskogee court. The new b.ll J c n erts this and provides for city ! *o.i ts in towns with a population of more than 20,000 and less than 4 5,-000. as explained by Disney. The House passed finally the bill by Ruth. Anglin and Disney relating to the Supreme Court, authorising ’that tribunal to appoint a referee, and to appoint an additional law clerk to the Chief Justice, who shall be Marshal of the court. Similar action w*as taken on the bill I by Right creating a military academy located at Claremore. A board of regents will manage the institution and an army officer is to be instructor. Sufficient appropriation is made to put the law* into effect. The House also passed the resolution by McAlester of the Senate and passed in that body Thursday evening asking Congress to pas* an act declaring it to be the sentiment of the government to refrain from interfering with stale control of telephone charges. Among the bills receiving favorable committee ^‘pqrts in the House ' was that by Stevenson of (Garvin prohibiting the speaking or use of the Herman language in the state “in any form or use M A committee amendment which was accepted makes the provisions of the bill apply to persons “who have resided in the United States for 4 wo yearn.M Both houses have already passed the bill by Hoover which would restrict the teaching of foreign languages ha public schools up to and including the eighth grade. After that it would lit1 permissible to use German, as far as the Hoover bill (,4s concerned, but the Stevenson meas-I lire would prohibit It altogether. Spring Dresses— Taffeta and Georgette Are the materials most extensively used in the a Spring Dresses. We are showing these fabrics in many charming models and a wide ^ange of pol-ors.    \ . Prices SENATE POSTOFFT4 E COMMIT TEE RECOMMENDS E APEN DI -TI KS OF $200,4*00,000. Basement Special, Egg-Shell China Cups and Saucers, regular . vt rv ' price 20c, Special ...... A VUL* By the Associated Press WASHINGTON. Jan. 25.^-Besides i econ)mending salary increases for virtUHll yall postal employes, the annua postoffice appropriation bill as revised and reported out today by the senate postoffice committee, proposes appropriations of $200,000,000 during the next three years for construction iud maintenance of roads. By the AhmmJuted I'rcRs LONDON, Jan 25.—The Bolshevists’ attempted to bombard Revel, capital of Estonia, I rom the sea resulted in complete failure according to reports here. Every vessel in the fleet Is «jiid to have been sunk. V fa I’atL to Boist lev iki. VaLDIVOSTOK Jan. 25 -Ufa has fallen to the bolsheviks The reverse to Bnaaian and Czecho-Slovak forces there said due chiefly to the failure of arms to arrive from V’lad-vostock. Troops which defended the citjf have fulled back 140 miles to the nbfft’.eest where they are making a stand in the gorges of Ural country. Fa i i He i no rib I^olshevtki forces have driven beek i *tJi \ Herm w hen General Gmlda's Cz< <*he SI »vak forces took the cit yftave been * -organized and are reported ft. lai n desperately along the Kama river.    . - \ Style V 5024 Special Deduced ITtoe* on all Ladlea* Winker Coat.*. Suits, Dresnew, skirts and Waists. * * I SJ4. SHAW. iflHPfcretS* 5? EHtftKHshefi to ISM    ADA, OK LA STEVENS-WILSON CO Norma! None*. -The tifU- rn netter-frame of boys' basketball was played Thursday night with the high school. The normal boys w*on by a small acorn. „ ^ * The flu situation Is mipfoviim I a great deal. Just a few ah' being f|* ported absent from their classes. Pauline Mqt rig f*Bo Intl been out ^wetk I* hank ii rchuol again. V WWk on -the sffclnMM* Br4gressing rapidly. Most all the ads have been procured and practically all the cults are ready. The juniors are making plans for the entertainment of the seniors at the annual banquet. Mr. MacMillan was absent from his clauses Friday on account of sickness. Several improvements are being made. The walls of the auditorium arc* being tinted orange, and picture moulding is being put around the halls and the library. The gym has been remoedled and is ready for basketball games. A balcony has been built on both sides. MUs Bess Barrow of the Morse School of Expression. St. Louis, entertained the students with readings in chapel this morning. A schedule has been arranged for the boys basketball team. The first regular game will be with Francis Friday night. Four games are scheduled with the Oklahoma Baptist University of Shawnee. LIBERTY, The Passing Parade will present the comedy. A New* Professor, this evening, it is one of the best yet. Tile pirtnre program presents _ddie rn the fourth installment of The Lure of the Circa*. The Screen Magazine shows a1! the late events of the day- Kine of the Kitchen is a popular t-Ko Komedy. ARMY IN DUSSIA GIVEN GROUND DUFORE SUPERIOR NUMBERS .. .. OE BOI .SUE VIKI. ________ AMERICAN ** The    ftesrpe    tr*    x    most    ^v ♦client drama featuring Frank Keenan This-Atone of -tho bept    in a loan tim* and Frank Koenmu up* pear# at Bis lest lC«pnf Tnondaft and Wednesday Amertra** Answer, An official war picture. By Ihe Associated Tress | WASHINGTON, Jam 2> -Th> re-i ti reinfect, of allied Lift es holding advanced position* to S HUI Atofc angel sector before superior forces of Bolshevik!, is reported m an official dis* .patch dated January US. the substance of whidp was nituli* public to-rdny by General Mnrcfa The message reported American losses in one of th** *rUon3 at Est pedenga as ten en* 'Haled men killed, .seventeen wound-led anti eleven rn isling. TO-DAY Ever Tried RT Half the * j#lteuH ot ut being iB iav* is trying to make the iffier perron con fess it while you ms-jujuc a cureless in difference. It* emu OUR initial showing of charming Spring Suits Makes 'Your Breakfast Taste Better Especially Desirable for Early Spring Wear VOUR brerk * X fast lr...tea |v»t*rT 9r*cr you us** Klenzo. Get rn tub* to try today. I There is a |h?w n+nsmtt on ■waiting yeti «— che Cool, Clean Feeling ion your teeth land tongue. It Isn’t merely a Ifeefe. It’s a leakier. / of i Ifpn-iMUwdMldH thav Id iptplirted fto the finf. little last# .beeves, kreeifpi them of fatale seirrefions -that* *ts«fce your (mouth feel hot lend sticky. By tho-    PrcCk \ VVAlflMNGTS^ . 25. Savingi seVen hfifuoft dollars in con* fonipl^jed war aul pend it u res of thd army and iVtfvy departments were ref ported to congress today in the bil framed by the house appropriation! committee. A new showing of early Spring Models. Some of these are tailored while others are in the box coat effect. Materials are Wool Poplin and French Serge. Colors light Grey, Tan and Navy. Smart models on which Buttons and Braid are lavishly used. Priced from Fioui the Stonewall News. The Stonewall Emergency Hospital, which opened for business last Wednesday, has been a busy place since the first patients arrived. Four nurses have, been placed od duty, aud other assistants are always on band to minister to every want of the patients who go there for treatment.    a At the mass meeting where steps were taken to open the hospital, the entire proposition was left in the hands of the following committee; J. C. Walker, U. G. Nebhutt, J. W. Denton. I W. Odon). Geo. Burris, Steve Fish and G. (I Burrows, This committee met Sunday morning and chose W. W Gaines as manager and J. U Walker assistant manager. Another important step taken by ihe committee was that of instructing the i-hyslcjans to issue an order in each cape that the patient ia a sufferer from infinecr.a, and not of some oth* i rim* .lee .declaring *hat the hospital is for influenza patients and none other.    i    ♦: Tweaty-two patten** wert in the hospital Wednesday. Getting and Giving. > Wlmt makes, the Dead sin (lend? Because it in ail flu* time rceetvirg never giving out antttfiug. - D. I, Moody. By the Associated Press    ‘ LISBON, Portugal, Jan. 26 -Figh| log in Lisbon between republican! and monarchists halt ended in Victory tor the republican forces See them at your earliest convenience esoDocr Preparedness applies to the human idy as well as to nations. A bottle 1 Prickly Ash Bitters on the shelf it home is the best and cheapest im of preparedness for Indigestion, mstipatlon and kidney trouble!. It .the dose taken in time that wards ’! sickness and saves money. Price .25 per bottle.—Gwin Sc Mays ug Co., Special Agent**. Nope, They‘Won't Oo. Said the Trivet ions Terror:    “Young married |n»oplfr afe funded catling each other pot balnea, but who ever heard ’enl use Fido anil Tubby?” Piano iBishop, the Reliable Tuner of Takoma City is here. Phone 654 lr Ifrflfct-fcygfi: At* ;