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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma x W % HIK NEWN HIVES TMK .NEU W1I1LK ll's NKL VOLUME I THI ADA IVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 9, 1905. T~ I HE NEU S UBL!VKREI' .VI l"< PKH U El K NUMBER 284 * & & * zs*. & & »C* & & # $ $ Our Family Shoe Store Whether its Gab * or grin 1 uoih *r, youth >r in iii die Hi e, in*iU> or f un ii*, we Im •» th * sh » vs you mv.l, hi very modern e pricer. Our - iooi *1l> - an* ^ ! m.l d solid, iii ude siov'i '»\ - » i * * i* u.r it »’ veil o - ••ais.* 5 to S SI OO to lit 51 25 12 to 2 SI 50 Girls' heavy Vici, welt sole, seh*»>. heel tl ’very m i vicable, only S2.00 2 Specials in Ladies’ Willow Calf, (tan) welt mjIc, also Ladies' Welt Sole, these two .-noes, ire the very best $d 5) -hoes in our* house. To close at $2.50 A $2.75 Men’s Crossett Sh >♦*-, without an, equal v inIe and durability, new broods jumC op*u cd $3 OO, 3.50, 4.00 A 5.00 OAT? PM'CS SPP rep SP- THE SHOE PEOPLE. »;S F^X \+* <*:• -Si A + T4 vt" >*• 'N* * .S VV ><*v sT\ & $ & $ $ «• $ <$ $ $ § ❖ House Devoted Entire Time Wednesday to Discussing Bill Regulating Freight Charges. CALLED IT A DEMOCRATIC MEASURE. British Privy Council Decides Against the American Boodler Who Fled to Canada. WERE CONNECTED WITH CARTER CASE. ma I ii e 11U W erf I ml To(<‘thi > r with Cant. Oberlin ll. (Arter at HAVAiiimh. i»«.. in I HOO ('harm! with t mbrtilr. iii rut aud Oefrtu Hug tit** (iovarumant * la .savannah ll ar hor Work. London. Pet). 9.—The privy council bab r« naered its decision in the ore n Ga\nor case in favor of the American gov t rnnicnt Tho council reversed lh two Judgments of Justice Caron of , Quebec Angust a::, 19 2. and order I A ne respondents to \ .iv the *< v ut ti,.. appeal. The council’s decision caustically criti isw the adion of Justin-Caron in releasing Crc tie and Cavu r and Caron s “cxtnscrdin try intern n-iion. and adds: ‘‘W here a prisoner is brought before a competent tribunal charged with ■ n delivered ui> the prisoners without notification to the extradition tribunal and permitted them to be rushed back to Quebec Efforts to quash the writ of habeas corpus under which they had been returned were denied Injustice Caron. After a long legal controversy Cav nor and Greene obtained their liberty within the limits of the province of Quebec The Toited States government then appealed to the privy council of England, flu* highest court in that country The decision simply reverses Jus lice Caron’s judgments and leaves Greene and Gay nor under remand as before Justice Caron intervened. Th* privy council granted the United Slate leave to appeal In tin Kitty Dee cav after the vessel Is returned to tho custody of the Ca: adian court STUDENTS STRIKE. l>«-umnil I fiat -t. I’ntrubnrt; Military %< »<!-••my It** ( 1«»'»mI ( util I rrriluiit from Coner I ii t*»r% aud) ii I-* (.ranted. I , ,, M. I • tersburg, Pub. 9.—The students Itapraaaotadva Tharcr, of Mnmchuirtn. ('oncrataiatad ilia Praaldrnt and thn Hr publican I'artr on Thalr For •>■*!« hi -Hr. allobar, of Mawr York. Said dir I (ainoi'racy Had ttaau I ii rad to (tutu. Washington. Feb. 9. The house Wednesday again met an hour earlier than usual, the subject of the regulation of treight rates still being under consideration to the exclusion of til! Other business. Tile galleries wet-crowded, in anticipation of the Intel-eating ceremony or counting the electoral vote. Wednesday's discussion was opened hy Mr. Thayer (Mass ) who congratulated the president, the republican party and the majority of the commit-tee on interstate and foreign commerce (or adopting what he declared to be a purely democratic measure. After characterizing the Hepburn bill as being also a democratic measure, he charged that it had been pulled down at the instance of the president as not meeting with his approbation. The Hepburn bill, he said, no more resent hied the Townsend bill. which represented the position of the administra Hon. than a jackrabbit does a racehorse. Charging that an opportunity had been lost to the democracy by offering an inadequate substitute to the Townsend bill, Mr. Shober (N. Y.) said a similar mistake had been made at the St Inglis convention, when in spite of the desire of the rank and file of the democracy and the cry from industrial centers, the party had been lured by the false hopes and promises held out by the Belmont’s, the Ryan’s and the Cord Meyers of Wall street, and trust fame. into disregarding the wishes of the people and thereby accomplishing disaster for the party Continuing his criticism of the action of some of his party leaders, Mr. Limber declared that notwithstanding the j NEW PROTOCOL SIGNED. * vrarineut Whirr Ut (hr Ctiltril Stair* Heromaa Ra*i»nn»it»l» for San I>ntnln(» Finance* on (ha W ay to Washington. Washington, Feb. 9. Minister Dawson has cabled the- state department from san Domingo that the new protocol providing for the responsibility of "-an Domingo finances by the United Stall s was signed Tuesday. The document is expected here early next week and will be submitted Immediately to the senate. It is drawn on the lines of the original protocol so far as concerns the administration of the customs by officials designated b> the I nit' J States and the segregation of a portion of tin* customs receipts to defray the foreign indebt nim s c of the venin try. Xii date is s*** in th ■ tic ten meni for the beginning of this admin!., t ration and that will be l r fur the 'enate to insert WANTS PLATT EXPELLED. t- IV, |-o«t. «r lilt ti.. I rrrlt. »llrh.. Flint Cathion with H.-n.tr for Fipulilan •»f N.h \ arhar. Washington, Feb. 9.—C W. Post, of Rattle Creek, Mich., who has interested himself largely in the establishment of a parcels post system, has fifed with President Pro Tempore Frye cif tho Senate, a petition for the expulsion of Senator Thomas C. Platt from the senate. The petition is based on the as-erih n of Mr. Platt, as the executive officer of the United States Express ( rn pan y. is a party to a conspiriacy to maintain identical rates among excites companies for articles shipped over their lint's and he asserts that Platt has told representatives of his that h»' will oppose all legislation incuriously affecting his companies inter-(sts I THIS SPACE BELONGS TO Q Lf* f \ \jf I THE RED GROSS • w * I I 'Hiking Pp I’**ii*Iud Earl«laClon. Washington, Feb. 9. Gen. W. W. Blackmar, commander in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, John IC. Gilman, adjutant general of the same organization, and Wm. M. Olin secre-! fury of state cit Massachusetts, were j presented to the president by Senator J lx>dgc. They are here in the interests of pension legislation pending before congress and solicited the influence of the president in favor of it. t-ttfbt-Vtniir I.aw In rdtarmO**. --------- w ... Denver Col., Feb. 9.-Republicans malicious and false stories circulated, members of the house. In caucus, have n nd tho methods that were questionable agreed upon an eight-hour bill which In taking from him the delegations of "iii lie pressed for passage by the re-New Jersey and Indiana. William Ran- publican majority in the legislature dolph Hearer had polled 200 votes in I The new bill provides that the eighl- Watch for fan nouncement of the New Store. that convention. Declaring his intention of standing unreservedly by President Roosevelt on the sui,lect of regulating freight rates. Mr. Van Du/er (Netaria), said there had been r.o more courageous action than that of the president since the i ays of Andrew lav’ son. because th rt president had taken the lead far in ad Vance of his party. demy of rn et ii vin extradition on* ti the express pun < pros* entitm an • ing : rwagti < vide cusation is to be 'ca- a writ of I. ib judge frats a re: d is re in and t d i< a; af?'* rd in : ti rrunity cd brifv whereby th** a x»rt* d; it in sip c.-orims a I* arn* Ta ti»I v. arrant as nullity and pro * d to adjudicate* ii-** ess*- as thou; h the whole * vide nee wa before him it won:.] par.ti; .a* tho ad-ministration of justle and rentier it impossible fur pro ladings in extra clition to be effe tive.” John F. Gaynor and Benjamin I) Green© were indicted in Savannah, Ga., Decent ber 8, 1899, charged with em-Abezzlenp nt and defrauding th** United States government, together with Gap! Oberlin M. (.‘arter, in the performance of government contra] is for the im-provene nt of the Savannah rive r ansi other river and harbor work in thai district, the illicit profits being estimated at $2,000,000. Gaynor and Greene were arrested in New York. They contested extradition tf> Georria and when th** Uni.©«l Sjat»s commis ioner decided that ; ft. 4ft.ast go to that state and plead the indictments they fled to Can-Jit. They had been at liberty on $4u,B» heil each arni this was forfeit# <1 49- forts to extradite Gaynor tariff Greoq/* from Montreal were procras|>iny Jadrably and the extradition com rn issBwr was sitting in Montreal when Cav Mr and Greene went to Qm ta** At qiS don arose as to whether they be brought hack aud detectives lilfl-(J;«ped them and took them to M«|-irea). There was a big legal fight o«Kr this action and a Quebec judge issibd a writ of habeas corpus which Bs •erred ap tie a#«r HJ!h»l|*|La^ of lite military 1:.\<* struck on th*' ground that owin to police intervention it is iniposslbl to carry UR their * d ,, *'ro ion. Th* v <Jf man*! that th** ara*}* my be closed tint!: fire loin is granttd them. Th*- p* Ii* o ha\*' ii ward* *1 to th * * rn pi overs < t I * or ;i 1;> of prominent r .'iri 1 ors asling t, r their im modi it** dismiss:*!. 'I he dire,-tor of tilt' Neva *• naval construction yard refused compliance and other employers tire similarly dis nosed beearn" many of tin* blacklisted no n ar • ,!! .! art i aa , who * anno! easily l><* replaced. lite pi»ii<‘‘ pi Odessa have s -i/. 'd consignments of revolvers and .aroid-es destined for tho strikers in the (’auca sn s. (cirl 11 <ru*t for t.**n. *tno««al. St. Petersburg, IM). 9. Great preparations arc^ mal.mg at Odessa for the reception * f Gen. Sin* st*! aud tho other officers rtdurning from Port As-tintr but the Ha> vb dcliik, ti semi-official milit irv wee! Iv contains this wet*k att article *l**;larin. r that, it is more than ever ire* *« ary to hold a court-rnarml a* provided Ikv law in view of I the stat'rbenls in the fniMeti - press Hint the siim-nibe- was not, ti*-“ssitated by th** internal conditions of th© fortress !.<>•( Jaw**l* Found. Lh ti Frin(*is*v» . l-’eU. 0.—The casket ; of Jewels belonptpg to Mrs IT M I f of -broo!, of Minn* apolis, which disappeared oji the eve of her departure for tho hts beep f*nrnr! iii the storeroom «rf a hotel wh* 1 *- they had be. a deposited by one of tie- floners Imp'amant* for Ha«*la. Norfolk. Va . Pleb. 9 The Danish steamer Nord haven had sailed from this port bound for a R'tssian port wph a cargo of agricTiltur.il implements valued at fT'rt.Oon UU*. Nordhaven cam** from N a Orb ms wh-re th., cargo was loach-*! It ***»:is;sted *'f ."IO harvesters, *» na; en I GG boxes of repairs and 10,20“ bal.* s of binder f w in* ‘ I he v.i!’!" cif t lie re ll J *-r !*’ 5 ac0.000. hour law shall be applicable only tu iuAt directly engaged in digging coal r attending blast furnaces, stamps ami «Ulorinaiion protests, and not to all men employed in mines, mills and smelters. A Victim of >lr*. ('halterlek. Oberlin, ()., Feb. 7-G. T. Beckwith, president of tha defunct Citizen#’ na 'tonal bank of tilts city. is dead after two days of unconsciousness Mr. Beck WM th was about to years of ag** On December It list the federal grand jury in Cleveland returned five indictments against Bock with ujH>n t Ii** charre of violating the national banking laws in connection with the loans made to Mrs. Cassie I. Chadwick b> the Citizens’ n.ite-na 1 bank. of Oiler lin. of which <b ceased wail the president. RHiTwnnn the i,iiof| . 'for up-™ oue urn I nuuUj clothing,kextto postoffice. p VI dr 'M + PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NKW HORSES NEW BUU*;LES Travel well. |^,k well. Satisfactory Service Guarantee) Allen Livery Barn TMF FORTY-SIXTH VISIT. vw? ? J ?' **>•;’- "- 4 ■ litjr Mc* ut ■ » n at ct a I i*i.j > Tribune.! Five Me-u Urn WH ait. Cambridge Md , Feb. 7. — Word has reached here that five men were drowned; in Hooper’s StraJts Hist Friday white -attempting to re aah shore from ice-bound oyster vessel#. x n & c ! i nos; t.vTT^ Jilfuj 1 < $ ft J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN ‘ a. Jyes Tested Free «- e. rn math f “OIL ^ TO BURN. t I And why not horn Eupionl There is none bot- EUpioN°OlL erehai,t IO y ° U th ' fob. s.Ae by_ m*n J* u UN ’ EADKltS. LITTLE BROS., W..1. HAE till.Sh Eli ^ .TOTTNSTOX AM) M. I* IV" KRSIW C. KOLI .OW, W. T. MARTIN, ffiAgent Wa'en Pierce Oil Comparj ++*+++++++♦++1++++++* ++ .;, 4 J * TOM MOPE. President FRANK 10WES. Caihier Capital Stock, - - ! -IfJndividcd Protitn, - Blanks Furnished and Remit moIomj no;) o! ooh Benton _ jar .. . ^''RRINGER, Vice President SNEAD, Assi Cashier $50,(MK).OO 2(>;U00.00 » M. era Mole n Lots. to Ihe Govern nnag* u ; ADA, CHICKASAW ftvTKIX. CNI). TER.
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