Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919.
TWO CENTS THE COPY
Final Clearance Sale
Ail Winter Merchandise
Begins Saturday, Feb. 1st
Special Clearance Prices on:
Ladies’ Ready-to-wear Men’s Clothing Boys’ Clothing Blankets Ginghams Domestics Sheetings Dress Goods
This is an unusual opportunity to buy
good merchandise for less than value.
STEVENS - WILSONCa !
NOT DEFINITELY AL REED OK, RIT BELIEVE SOLUTION IN HIO HT.
Ay tho Associated Pros*
PARIS, Jan. ti.— A crisis in peace conference negotiations over disposition of German colonies seems to have momentarily passed, but it is yet too early to say that President Wilson’s view prevailed in its entirety but American quarters are confident that a compromise plan will be accepted in principle will be worked out acceptable to the American viewpoint. The net result of two days discussion of colonial questions has been to clear the atmosphere generally and force a clear definition of aims on all sides.
LIEUT. COL. T. H. BANE
NORTHERN GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO SIT WITH BOIaSHE-VI KI. KOI SHAK NOT FAVOR.ABLE.
By the Associated Press
PARIS, Jan. 31.—The peace contd ence so tar has had tw# replies to the invitation to the various Russian governments for conference at Prince's Islands. Government officers of North Russia formally refuse to meet with the bolsfadptki. The Omsk government under Admiral Kolchak, while less categoric, expresses a strong reserve. Nothing official has been received from the Soviet government.
STRONG FOR INTERNATIONAL CONTROL OF lX>LONIK8. HAYS DIVISION INADMISSABLE.
By the Associated Press | PARIS, Jan. 31.—In discussions concerning tile disposal of* former German colonies President Wilson ! contended in no uncertain terms that to divide the colonies among the en-1 tente nations would be i direct contravention of his fourteen points ac- I cepted as a peace basis. Such divis- j , ion. he is said to have added, would | violate the principles of the league of ; i nations as laid down at the peace con- ; ference last Saturday. The American I attitude, it is said, is very positive. j
SIR L. WORTHINGTON-EVANS! I
IX>IKiE AND OTHERS NOT PLKAS-ED WITH INTERNATIONAL
CXH JONI AL CONTROL.
By the As**o<*iat< ii Pwns
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 Senate Republicans today sharply attacked the plan for dealing with German colonies aud occupied territories in Turkey and Asia, proposed by President Wilson and accepted in principle by the supreme council, according ti* Paris reports. Senators Lodge, Knox and Johnson particularly denounced the plan and Senators Walsh and Lewis expressed doubts regarding the accuracy of press dispatches.
T FRANCF HIS
STRIKER* USURP GOVERNMENT HOUKE COMMITTEE MHI ADMIN AND AUj INDUSTRY IS I ST RATION’S THREE YEAR
By th.* Br**"*
LONDON. Jan. 31 Telegrams from Belfast picture the situation there almost akin to the recent disturbances in German cities. Government pow»*r has been usurped, says a Belfast dispatch to the daily mail, and the city government by the strike committee. The committee permits a limited amount of work in connection with feeding and warming the population but no other industrial or commercial activity whatever. It is reported that shipyard men at Londonderry are arranging to follow the ex-.iwp!e of Belfast strikers
A. F. A A. M. lodge will meet in tailed communication this evening at 7 o’clock sharp. Work in Master’s degree. The Cocmandery will also beld a public installation of officers.
Special invitation to inspect our new spring line of suits, coats and dresses. —Burk’s. l-31-2t
Makes "Your Breakfast Taste Better
WOUR brr:k X fast ta.- tea after you use Kinta Get rn tube to try today.
There is a ftfM' ma ti an
awaiting you — the Cool. Clean Klenzo Feeling on your teeth and tongue. It isn’t merely a It’* a testier.* * of c/ean-ttee* — cleanness that is imparted to the tiny, little taate nerves, freeing them of stale secretions that make your mouth feel hot and sticky.
Iii I Tl« A StKR’I ated I ‘res*
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 I numinous approval of the administration’s new three year naval program with the number of capital ships reduced from sixteen to ten because of differences among experts over the vaite of battle cruisers, was toted today by the House naval committee
GOVERNOR'S I TUM’LAM AT ION.
The Nation mourns the departure of one of its foremost citizens and highly honored Statesmen. Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt, whose lamented death in Hie prime of active life and usefulness has created profound sorrow throughout the civilized world.
In order to testify to the respect and esteem!*which the people of Oklahoma hold the memory of this great American and exalted citizen of the republic and of the world, I hereby proclaim that Sunday, February the ninth, nineteen hundred nineteen, be observed by the citizens of Oklahoma in the various communities in the State as memorial day. at which tim appropriate services in the different churches and community centers should be held and appropriate tributes paid to the high pergonal character and distinguished public service of this remarkable figure in the Nation's history
Congress has already designated this day for the memorial services of the deceased Ex-Prosident and it is alsoinaccord withthe wishes of Colonel Roosevelt's family and this date seems to represent the expressed desire of the people generally throughout the Nation, that we should unit** in this service and that the observance of the day shpuld be nationwide.
Given under my hand and the great Seal of State ofOklahoma, this 20th day of January, Anno Domini. 1919.
J B A ROBERTSON,
JOE HL MORRIS,
Secretary of State (SEAL)
Said the near cynic: ”VVl*en a man
is alluded to as a poor fish be may be sure that somebody is making game of him.'*
Let a Want Ad get it for you.
Guin & May:
That Photo lo Khaki
Are the ones you had made permanent?
Many of these Photog will fade. Why not let as make one for you?
We guarantee ours Permanent.
Lieut. Cot. T. H. Bane is 'n charge of the technical section of the division of military aeronautics, the organization which passes on designs of air. craft and accessories received both from the aircraft board and from out. aiders This section has moved from Washington to Dayton, O.
MIE IULO INDICT WILLIAMS AND MATHEWS
•OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 31 Indictments of former Governor R. L. Williams and W. D. Matthews, commissioner of charities and correction was demanded on the floor of the senate yesterday by Senator John Goloble.
Senator Colob ie had just proposed an elaborate plan for caring for delinquent women and girls of the state, closing with a burning denunciation of the girls’ industrial home here, which has been under fire for a week.
“Dante’s Inferno was not worse than this living hell and Williams and Mathews should be indicted and made to suffer for such delinquencies as have b ‘en found.” Senator Golobie declared.
< OL. SIDNEY SUGGS, (XHMt
ROADS BOOSTER, HERE.
Col. Sidney Suggs of Ardmore, former newspaper man and state highway commissioner under the Haskell and Cruce administrations. was in the city Thursday afternoon, in company with Paul Smith, secretary of the chamber of commerce of Ardmore*, in the interest of the proposed Oil Cities road. He never lets slip an opportunity to boost for good roads and he naturally expects this one to pass through Ardmore on the route from the Kansas line through Ada to Ranger, Tex.
Col. Suggs has spent many years In working for good roads and is proud of the fact that while highway commissioner he put the tin culvert and bridge concerns out of business in Oklahoma.
BUD BALLEW KILLS DOW
BRAZIEL AT ARDMORE
ARDMORE, Okla., Jan. 31.— Deputy Sheriff Bud Ballow of Wilson is in the county jail tonight as the result of the killing early today I of Dow Barziel of Ardmore, formerly a deputy United States marshal. ! The shooting was the outcome of an oldtime feud growing out of official activities in regard to bootlegging.
Braziel was shot to death In a cafe on Main street after firing two shots at Ballow, who emptied his six-shooter, each of the bullets striking Ballew.
New Spring Showing
Coats, Suits, Dresses and Blouses. All the very latest creations and many to select from.
The Famous Cadillac Line of Dresses
School Dresses in Navy Blue, Serge and Shepard Plaids. All Good Styles.
Sizes 6 to 12 Special
Sizes 8 to 12 Special
Sizes 15 to 19 Special
One lot of good heavy Cotton Sweaters. $1.25 Values ...._______________________$1
SALE THIS WEEK ON
Men’s and Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaw’s.
S.M SHAT/, PRCP.
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France has poured out blood and treasure to the breaking point to make the world safe for democracy. America owes her an enormous debt of gratitude for this and also for a perfect remedy for stomach, liver and intestinal trouble found by her peasants and used with reported marvelous results in this country. Get). H. \layr. for many years a prominent Chicago chemist, imports the ingredients and sells this remedy under the name of Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy., It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus front the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis One dose will convince or money refunded. C.win Sc Mays Drug Co., and Druggists everywhere.
STRIKERS AND POLICE CLASH AI GLASGOW
lt> t lie Associated I*MMU*
GLASGOW, Jan. 31. -Several persons wert injured here today when the police charged a crowd of strikers with batons. Mounted police were called out and a number of arrests made.
Sir Laming Worthington Evans is successor to Lord Cecil Roberts as British minister of blockade.
HAL! WILL CIVE UP CLAIM ON EIUME
¥ OF HALF
ROADS MUST REFUND PART OE CASH FARES
OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 31. Railroads yesterday were ordered by the state corporation commission to make refund of I cent a mile in all cases where a cash fare of 4 cents a mile is collected from passengers in Oklahoma.
The order will mean a saving of thousands of dollars to passengers in the course of a year, according to VV. D. Humphrey, chairman of the commission.
The roads have been collecting 4 cents a mile in all cases where passengers were not supplied with tickets. The commission will allow the roads to continue the collection of 4 cents a mile as cash fare in order that the roads may have some check on such fares but where a cash fare is collected the conductor will be required to give the passenger a refund slip for one cent for each mile I paid.
By the Associated Press Bi th** Associated Press
LONDON, Jan. 31.—It will be WASHINGTON, Jan. 31—An army found, says the Paris correspondent of 500,000 men was unanimously de-of the Evening Standard that Italy is cided upon today by the house mili-willing to withdraw her claim on the i tary committee as the basis for deport of Fiume and w ill agree to termining the appropriation fpr army
Fiume being made a free port. Notice.
The First Presbyterian choir will meet at 7:30 tonight for practice. Members are urged to be present.
pay tor J une.
the year beginning next
Fair and not much change in temperature is he outlook for Saturday.
Let a Want Ad get It for you.
Prof. Roy Knapp, a former member of.the high school faculty, writes Ada friends that he is stationed in France between Metz and Toul. He says he is well and desires to send his regards to all his Ada friends.
Blooming sick room plants—cycle-men, primrose, begonia and sweet I fresin. Ada Green House. 1-27-tf
AT THE PUI
Constance Talmadge is presented in the masterpiece, The Studio Girl. It is adapted from the comedy, La Carmine, and is a great seven-part bu per-feat ii re. Coming Saturday, Win. Russell. %
glass with bm cled ics w itll little figure* cut - in intaglio, wen* first i !'.ii many years these >i small dimensions, five 'nrgesf. Indeed, till late iii the sevei lecuth century large looking gin ss*** nile made up of .eve nil separate pi-< s. the divisions between Ha* plate*-' bi ng covered by subordi nan* length.** of cdf moldings within
Si'v cr e-.t Silver* *t )• . i«
>11 the **Ul J: < made ii. \ < t < mirrors w« r* feet being tie
The Pacemakers will present the the genera* frame, laud* XV covered
three-act comedy-drama, Betty’s
Love Affair. The picture program presented Alice Joyce in Everybody's Girl. It is from the popular story, Hrickdust Row.
lite Wiidh ISH I lie* W
in his great ii tiNik ; ng glass
Salle at panels.
Rare Visitors Recorded.
appearance of snowy owls, a rare occurrence, is reported. These re. markably beautiful birds come from the Arctic region* Only four previous visitations have bean recorded in the ornithological history of the country.
Room in Morocco.
With an area equal to that of Tex* tut, two-thirds of It tillable, Morocco has leas than IO per cent of Its soli wader even the rudest cultivation.
PIMPLY? WELL, BONT BE!
People Not ice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards*
A pimply fare will not embarrass you much longer it you pct a package of Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear alter you have taken the tablets a few nights.
Cleam e the blood.tht bowels and the liver with Dr. Edward'/ Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for Calomel; there’s newer any sickness or pmn after taking them.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets tip that whit h cai«)OH*l doc* s.nd just ab effectively, but thor a* non is penile anti safe instead of severe and it ( fisting.
No Ole win takes dive Tablets is ever cursed with **a dark brown taste,** a bad breatli, a dull, listless, “no good** feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face.
Dr Bifara* da* Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound v mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among patients Lffii. ted with liver and bowel complant ta and Olive Tablets are the tinmens'4y effective jesuit.
Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. IOC and 25c pet box. AU druggists.
Protecting Turkeys From Coyotes.
In certain parts of the West flocks of domestic turkeys on frontier farms are protected from attacks by coyotes by tying small bells to the necks of the gobblers. The tinkle of these bells is sufficient, Iii most crises, to keep the j| animals awny, while not Infrequently unprotected flocks which haw wandered far from home are annihilated by the beasts.—Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Special Offering This Week
Curtain Fabrics 25 cents yard
Keeps Cheese Fresh.
Moisten a sheet of wax paper with vinegar, wrap the chewie tightly in It. then wrap with another [wiper; the heeso will keep for days without get-ing hard. The vinegar doesn't affect , bf taste of the cheese at all.
Miss Barrow’s Recital.
Miss Bess Barrow, the new teacher of expression, gave her Initial recital Thursday evening at the Methodist church before a large audience. Her readings covered a wide range of expression and she was equally familiar with each. Her renditions indicated splendid artistic talent and training.
Miss Barrow was assisted by Miss Lula Lee, pianist, and the Cruz orchestra, whose musical numbers were up to their usual high standard.
It will be a long time, indeed, before you will-be able to equal these values in Draperies. This is an opportunity no home-makers should miss. The assortment is large, including Scrims, Nets, Swisses and Novelties.
Former Prices 29c, 85c and 50c, Now, Yard 25c
Come and See what these Values Mean!
The Surprise Store
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