Ada Evening News, February 10, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIK NEWS I Ii IV KS TMK NEWS Wllli.K lls NK\V> THE NEWS DKLJ VEREB Ai Un- BEK WE i i; VOLUME I DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING. FEB. IO. 1905. NUMBER 285 00000* 000 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 jrfri lf; 0 & ■Sv 0 Family Shoe Store bab * or i41' ai \V it Ou r a » a t iK)’h*T. o ii * sn “h y" if ;> you'ii o ct loo; P11 r i ■ v*» you are g if.* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 novo i IU 11 iii tee* I if r t SI OO SI 25 SI 50 Whether it s die ai e, mile or . mb very moderate price solid, made yjo *1 e> 5 to S s i to Iii 12 to *2 ii iris' heavy Vici, welt sole vicable, only 2 Specials in Ll ties’ Willow Calf, (tan) "» also Ladies’ Welt Sole, these two 'noes rn* the very best $3 5J 'hoe* in oar. h    l’ .    .    $2.50 A $2.75 close at Men’s Crossett Shoes, without an equal Jin. style and durability new ^w>ds just. opened $3 OO, 3.50, A OO A 5.00 soh > >1 h ' S. very *er ole $2.00 0 •*} 0 0 .**• 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Senator Kean Has a Resolution Which May Cause a Test Vote on Rate Legislation. WOULD DELAY ACTION UNTIL FALL. run I* lo H*v«*    lout milter In**** tlfiiih Thiiroofhlr th** M»l»j**ct Ilurlns tilt* Hummer taint I hen K**i»**rl »t th* tie «u lur or mu Kxtru >*«***lon Until*! Perfect tilt* H*»u»e Hill. ; Washington, Feb. m The resolution I to he introduced in tIi«* senate by Mr* * Kean, ut New Jersey, providing that | the committee on hilt rstate com men j shall si! doting the summer for the in I vestimation of the subject Of railroad rate legislation will not be offered until it has tlrst been approved by the com mitten it had been announced that the resolution would In? presented in the .senate Thursday The interstate commerce committee will meet Satin -day to consider the resolution. The plan ti* have the semite committee investigate thoroughly the subject Berlin Paper Learns That Grand Duke Nicholas Is to Supersede Kuropatkin. PRESIDENT URGED TO OFFER MEDIATION Inter-i'urliwuieitturv I    fhronfh    ll** l’r*-Hl<lrnt. It**ht»*tI* ** lUrtholdl. of >l itmoarl. .I*ki'il Mr. IO»*»’***% *■ 11 1*» Ink** '-•Mil** Ai tion I.»i.11*line I'* I**rinln»tIon • if I .'intern Mur. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO th sa> s oles be j-Gen Kur Prii v\ ill it is (ion I tem 1 servei lie Feb. IO. The lxiltft) Auzcigei it learns that Ort lid Dube Null-Nicholaievitch in a few days wilt at to Manchuria either to relieve Kuropatkin or bo viceroy and that path in will have to report to him. e Leopold, of Prussia, it is added, go with him Emperor Nicholas understood ti legraphed an in vita to Prince Leopold. The latter hied to to Manchuria as an ob-in September last, but the Si- THE RED GROSS burian railroad was then regarded unsafe. The repoi t that (iiaud Duke Nicholas Nicholaievitch may succeed (fen. Kuro- *.f rato legislation has I.. .'., approved j pat Mn or ta. appointed eommander-ln. by a I alee number of senators of both I ebief of the Russian h.rees in the far parties. It is said that the commit* ee j *nst was Aret emulated in hopi em mr will work along the lines of perfect- I las' mg the Kseh-Townsend    “d    • «    •*>    ^    ‘    ,0    _PrefiWeBt eorporaie ... that measure a ••«»«»**">; „.H^ w.„ was UTffil to takc action to reach private lines    looking to the termination of the Rub The idea Is that it ‘^"ee    The    r(,(„„>st    was ready to tiisir iii < < .»    1 made by the Inter-parliamentary union through the president of the organization, Representative Bartholdt, of Mis- OMPPP/PP THE. SHOE PEOPLE. 000000000 00 00 00 Action of tailed iUtM Ooccrouicot f»kinf Chare* of Sun Dol#l»fo €•»!«■« Receipt* Meet* with Appro**!. New York, Feb. IO —The action of Ute United States government in taking charge of the customs receipts of Santo Domingo is generally considered by the natives of Santo Domingo as tor the best interests of the country, according to Judge John T. Abbott who arrived here on the steamer t her-okee. Judge Aboott is the representative of the San Domingo Improvement ! company and since last April has been in charge of the customs house at Puerto Plata under agreement with tim Domincian government. ft«‘n*lntl**r of Ir*>qo«l* Theater I lr**. IS ■Ll Comintern** Show s|icl.t I in prow*muni Vtluntn. Ch*-. \«mn 'tint Off—Ro ll ic ti I« for Thrri* Mjht* Louisville. Kv F* b '0 While condition** resulting from the iong-con-tinued rain and shstorm show a slight improvement in the southwest there is no betterment of the situation from the Mississippi 1 o the Atlantic coast. The telephone companies in this 'ast area ba. l*ecn practically out ot business sine* last Saturday night The telegraph tympanies' lin*^ Chit a: chary in: fropu: is account a tor bn J. Kf • sat w i t Th* in ground show a •if Dav to. Fe r Man; th* at* ot till The indictmcni \V !1 J. Davis of th*-ith manslaughter on are iii but little letter * on ill Hon aud messages ar*' being sent by trains between cit it s w In h communication is J inc luded interrupted lh* -torm has mov ash* K< of d I Gt fife in th* v Judge G< 't TI, Of Pl n in the th in .rib and east wa ii. tieing felt in Non it < Vtlanta has t*« en sinee Sunday and i heard from there by Twentv-five hundrts *s in At rhts th* I ant . effects are irotina shut ob I has for 14 Ii phones >re has lights < , which bin: are til tai in on Oui *lt * M .-mi rn ah a. Feb. I M**r« Ii IO* sui. leu sot tors tim i n i r* hi w orkitn burban lf t - Ut* I I* rf* db Nt first of November notice shall be sen: \ to the president and it he is inclined an extra session may tie called. Should there be a demand from any senatoi for immediate consideration of the house bill it is planned lo ascertain th*' J sentiment of passing :t rate *bill at the present session by a vote on the proposed Kean resolution. Senator Kean, of N< \\ Jersey ha talked briefly with the president. He is of the opinion that his resolution win command a majority vote in the senate llouir I’.»•*»«-* lint** Hill. Washington. Ft Ii IP —The holist- of representatives look up freight rate legislation Thursday afternoon The Davey bill. the democratic b.ibsLtute far railroad rate legislation, was defeated, lf*J yeas. WO nays. The Ksch-Townaend bill. the administrative measure, was carried by a vote of 326 to IT. The bill will now go to the sen ate, where the strong tight will be made against it. PRESBYTERIANS UNITED. Church** In In.ll** ll**** Cormel tt licnrr-l Colline Buropaa nn«l American Ml**h*ii*t. New York. Feb IP Information has been received by th*- board of foreign missions of the ITesbyterian church here that the Presbyterian churches in India have been united into one general assembly after it series of meetings at Allahabad The churches are Th** Church of Scot land. United Free Uhureb ot Scotland pp-sbvtt rian Church of England, Pres byterinn Church of Ireland Presbyt* rian chun Ii In tim United States of \merlca Reformed ti Pitch) church el America and l’reshyit rian « hutch ol Canada Thev have Sd pre I > tories and .kt: chun lies and a total c ommunity of 7:’.. ic-:    This is -lid to b the tlrst ne a i, • in whlMi < bur ’ ot Nm. ri \ I Ii r l»l It* I' I tom i Dr. Bartholdt explained to the president that the consensus of opinion among the members of the union and among European parliamentarians with whom he was in correspondence, was that the president of the United States was th*' one man. with the possible exception of the emperor of Ger many, who indicated no disposition to try to bring the war to an end, who might bt' listen**! to on the subject with favor bv Russia. Dr. Bartholdt pointed out that, although Russia had let it Im' understood that any offer of mediation from whatever source, woul*’ I • not only unwelcome, but would Im' regarded as an unfriendly art-, such an attitude was in violation of the plain stipulations of Th© Hague convention, of which Russia was not only a party, but of which the czar was th** moving power. The president ga'** Dr. Bsr-r'joldi no definite assurances beyond promising lo consider the matter with J Secretary Hay. It is known Ll he quite unlikely that ihL government will take ( HHV action looking to mediation anti, j some assurances have been received from other parties to the pending con- i flirt that such aet ion would not he un welcome  SUPREME COURI. Th** Uncoil*. Neb.. Heed*rrt*hip t un* < »r-ric«l t<* th** llinrht-r t .mrt — Traction I omp tm Mont i.i\«* Hon*!. Watch'for ^announcement of the New Store. CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, I FOH UP-TO-OATE CLOTHING, HEXT TO POSTOFFICE. r Lincoln ship case patly waned the < ship shin can b*1 *1* "bib Nit* Fet al'!' lo lf Tin *oln Trat th reft i ion th a t Ti *r led ti *t asb h)ii it u eon i»n*l b j the a ivei*-com-mprcme eoirt th** receiver-ii ti I ii th* % rn ♦ Ll PAUL W. ALLEN. Livery Stable. NKW HORSES    NEW    OLOGIES Travel well.    Look    well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed Allen Livery Barn Q- ■    _______--- *3: mere im ny r X! Ill M TUP canel v> ni n ti* wk I Ti Im I* Ii >    I*' 'I ircti I* IO a rn rn L* J. C. Warren, | OPTR Eves lest* A IM an an Ii* VII nations. the m a Massachi. -Joseph N >* ii; i' J; UT. setts. Po a. Pratt s, ut ***-n*»t«. bi.- Tile preside a ie following nomi 1st tin Fees' tary < 1J. Reynolds. < t master at Ha wa Honolulu I'ondactor llr*ki*n»HO KUI«><1. Marshalltown la., Feb. IO.- Conductor Barg cl cb, and Brokeman Peru* of OskalooFa, la., have been killed in a collision bet ween freight trains * a. th- I i" v c ntrnl railway, near New Sharon.    ^ .ut- *ul/*>«r*i v t|ii**icli**«*. Cha fie ion, W. Va.. Feb. IO.- As the result of railroad mens protest a ains the federal officers lobbying in the in tor*st of various orporationF., the dis-trlct attorney <*f the Northern \\«'St t, Blizzard, received a President Roosevelt to u or resign. Blizzard D ii. i Ii we ? i hut storm continues. r>e\**r Fit ight trat:. * ar** ab md* plow are cutting driit. Hill * • r*t    *1,1 Omaha. Neb., Feb. lib * f mode*»!*■ tempera!ut tho long-cont inned a*" < Omaha is a cain in the blizzard Early Tim r d falling ti* companied bv d an I* r 24 bour /hich brok* cold spch j) of a fierce snow began tiling v iud ii e Virginia distr! tell ram from leav* Cb irk* ■ left Charleston. German Miner*' MHU** Inrtri* Essen, Feb. IO. A convention of delegates representing the strikers ol the ant in* Rhenlsh-Westphalian coal region have adopted a resolution to return to work. M«*n»orlatlx«*<l l ooirrr**. Guthrie. Ok., Feb. IO.-Rcpres* illative Ballinger in the lower house in Produced a memorial to l)nit«*d States congress asking for the immediate passage of the statehood bill. It was a autorail* Widow**' San Fran* isco. Feb. ra Sharj). widow of th* Sharp and the divoreed Judge W. L Pierce, who Thursday has left $200,000 f. finn of un immense gate" Panhandle at tin (lold.’ti as a memorial to hic firs In addition she leaves the s Cl* Ii lilll*- 0 Mrs. Ilono-l:\te Georg** V of Former iicd here r I he crel ay to the Clato park husband. un of $75.- ooO t*i local < barit lea, im to the Salvation army valued at JF’.dOJiOO. lading 15,000 de Is passage of the statehood mil.    wagon bridge acr< unanimously P^sed and will be vireo ( ^ Coun(.il AeH>n**t Un* ltrl*lif*'. Washington, Fob IO -The amate committee on commerce Monday reported adversely the house bill authorizing the Central Railroad and Bridge^ company, of Council Bluffs, la., to construct a toll railroad and acroes the Missouri river t \v Iud Di CETTING TOGETHER. #/ •J---- M\ ’ I it once. ii OIE TO BURN. » 9 I ht^ro is non to Hive von w. And why not burn Kapion t*>r. A*l< your merchant EUPION OIL. FOK SALE HY — - Ii S. IT TISIX, JONES & M EA DEES LIT ii.K BROS., VV. J. BAI OH, REED A’ JOHNSTON \N1> M. L. POWERS. VV. C ROLLOW. T. MARTIN. Agent Waters Pierce Oil Cc moan v [he Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE, President. FRANK JONES. Castor Capital Stock, -Undivided l'rotit^, - INO. L. BARRINGER, Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD, Assi Cashier $50,000.00   20,200.00 Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Lots. \DA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. rn ;

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