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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE NEWS GIVES THE NEWS WH1LK THE ADA LVBWLGNEWS. NEWS DELJVBBEI) AS lOc PER XVLhlv ANMORE FEB. 10. 1905. NUMBER 885 Family Shoe Store 9 Senator Has a Resolution Which May Cause a Test Vote oo Rate Legislation. WOULD OEUY ACTION UNTIL FALL. to the Subject the Muimiior untl I Kacumr or I'erftut to bo Intiocliie oil in tin Berlin Paper Learns That Grand Duke Nicholas Is to Super- sede Kuropatkin. PRESIDENT UR6ED TO OFFER MEDIATION Union. I Hit I'rcHldnnt. Keprrsfiitiillvr llurtlioktt. MlHNonrl. Mi. to Inke Somo Action LoiiUluir lirmlnutli.il I iiHteni of i wi> ill Our Kl> pur it In i. 01 Whethoi- it'-- d'e su o, inili -X of (Lotted OoTWrntnont ID Sun with Approvmt New York Feb. action of tile United States government in tak- ing charge of the customs of ganto Domingo generally considered ifr the natives ot Santo Domingo as for the best interests, of the country Mcord.ng to Juttee John T Abbott arrived here on the steamer Cher- okee Judge Aboott is the repretenta tlve of the San Domingo Impioxement JXanv and since last ha, been -o ,u to charce of the customs house at imssacts Puerto Plata uiulf r agreement with the Dominilan government_____ Reminder of Imqu Theitter Hre Pib 10 Tho indictment Man igt r J is of th, tin ati r x i.U minsUivhUr on account the loss ot lit. in tin the ater fir, NX is qu is bed bx j Hid- n of Ft e.i I l vit'i IiuUt Kiist.n in the e i e The indie tme-nt is unshed n th ground thu Hie umont f uls show anv c i.u i t elutv on tlu cif Davis Miow %Uontn. Mint I for NlftiM Kv H> -While, i ou- ilitionx lebiiltlni, tiom the long-ion- tinued rain and si. 11 storm a slight improvement in the southwest then- is no bt tleimont ol tho situation trom the Mississippi to the Atlantic toast Th. ti companies In t us vast men hax. been praitically out eit business int. lust Sattirdax night The ti U M H'h i onipmiles lin-s little be tl. i (Otulltion iintl messages me be s, ut bv trains be txxien cltiis o'nmuim ntioii i inttrrupti.l 1 h. storm has move ne.rth anil isixvixnl n bo tailed Should there be a demand tiom any senator for immediate eonsideiation of the house bill It is plnnued to astertaln the sentiment of passing a rate-bill at the present session bv a vote on the pro- posed Kean Senator Kean of Nt lersey has talked biietlv with the prtsldent He Is of the opinion that his resolution will command .1 nmjorhv vote tn the senate llouir fueweo Hill Washington Feb in house of representatives took up freight rate legislation Thursday afternoon The Davey bill the democratic substitute far railroad rate legislation, was de- feated, 151 veas 1% navs The Esch- Townsend bill tlu administrative measure was can ltd bj a vote of 326 to 17 The bill will now go to the sen utp where the stitmn flubt will be made acainst it PRESBYTERIANS UNITED that 1 be to Mauthiuin i ithoi to nlicve lliuviii" H is........11 >.n :illii thill THE Onuil inai x drx ile ill hi n and u i ll t ill l l( U t I IK. Ir I rcns..n l u nf tin 1 N ,11 s, nt 1 i Si Illltl i l i 11 it tlu Inlloxvm- non I i s l uit Li I un< H Kcvnolil" I'd in isti r at 1! nx felt in Noiili li 11 t n shut on i xv i sime Bund is mil iKltuii-, has bin In nd ironi tin i. in tor 14 hour fix. luuiilK d l. 1 phones ni the board of foreign missions of the Pteslnterlim church hero that the Piesbvteiian t hurches In India have been united Into one enenl assemblx aftci a series of nieitin-s at Ihechurihts int linletl .ue Tin I'huuh of Scot land United rut Ohimhol Scotland t'nsbxtcilaii Chin eh ol rnglaml 1'res bxt.riin rtiuiLh ot lielind Fresbvt. nan thiiith in Hie I n'ttd States of lUfonnid ihurih ot i mil riesbvtfrnn chuub .'l Caiu'd i n I box luxe Pi I x lc lie s mil huii In mil 11 I' t il e .uimiiniiv "t 7 v ins is s u.I to b I lie li'st (R1 M, n xxlufh ehui 1 I nil. b i nn" l.ri-.l I n I I I l hill I. II lei I 1 lpl Gen KuiopilUin 01 bexutioj and thai I-CuiopUKin xx ill luive to report to him Pi nice Leopold ol Piusma it ib added go with him lOmpeun Nicholas it is understood telegraphed an invita- tion lo Prince Leopold The latter in- temled to pjo to Mamhuria as an ob- in Seutembci last but the Si berian railroad was then regarded as unsafe The repoit thut Giana Nicholas Nitholaievitch may succeed Gen Kuro- patkln or be appointed commandcr-tn- thief ol the Russian forces in the far not only unwelcome, but would bo regarded as nn unfilendly act such an attitude was in violation of the plain stipulations of The Hague convention, of which Russia was not only a party, but of which the was the moving power The president wve Dr Bar- t'joldt no definite jisbiimnces beyond promising to consular the matter with Secretary It is known If) be quite nnllkelv thnt this riment will talce nm action looking 10 mediation until some flssiinmes Imxe been received fiom other pnities to the pending con- flict that such -utiou would not bo un welcome COURT. RED CROSS STORE Watchjfor of the New Store. GHITWOOD, THE TMLOR, IFOR UP-TO-DATE to "IIP ourt-Trin-tlon Muni Hnnrt Liiuoln Nib 1 ib -1 he ret nv 11- ship tase.l 1 "Koln liAition ,.T11X was e.llllMl te. Hie tOUlt Ib. louit iiilcel lint the lemvei- shio sheiuld 1 I 'Mcle until till e I ui b, ipon its me til vxhib lln ti ii "on conipuix must a supus, (i. l .ind lot x> lib Hi undcis m I n tliu U Hi. supu nu tint Hi, ii.iiMiiUiiH.il ol i r ii ivi i piope lhc conipanx is to 1 I is ill, o m but t IM which I Ib tioul 1 b txxee n Hie PAUL W. ALLBN, Livery Stable. NEW HOUSES NEW BUGGIEb Travel well. Sutisfaxjtory Service Guaranteed Allen Livery Barn r 111 inpinx Vll (1. lull! In n v 1 hill 1 .u thu hi l I i ill l t il l I I Dill in.. >n il ill Hi I be d l e J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Eyes Tested Free. mi .i un n ii "H n Pistil, l -Joseph ''rllt Honolulu Ciiiiiliirlnr iintl Urikniiinn KMU'I Manhilltown la teb 10-Con Uuctor H-xinltll ind Hrol emnn Pmn o'fOsKiloosi la luixi bten killed m i collision bctxx.ea Irupil turns in the 1 nx i iHial uulwaj, near f'h iTle'ston i l'rlj As ll1' result ot i u'roid nn ns jiiolist a nnst the t.el-i il otll.cis lobbvmu- m tin in toirstet vn i ions orpoi Uicjns the dis- trict iltollitv ot the Noilheill c L Vir-m.i ilist.nt Pll i teli i M H I u-.idt nl Roosevelt to ie'x, (Unit un o, icsifcn left Ch ulc stun Mlliiri' I lib 10 V convention of del ,-gatrfa repiesi-ntiriK tho strikers ol the ontiro Rhenlsh-Wcstphalian ioal re glon have adopted a resolution to re- turn to vvorlt. MeniorlwIlK-'l Guthrle, Ok 1'tb 10 -Representa tivc Ballinger in the lower house in a rnemoHal of the statehood bill. It ww li I. 11 111 ll 1 X I Me >l in i "nl 111 I' s I i f Uht ti in 11 pli M u i i iitlm ir.l Ml i Uinahi Nc b lib 1" Ml' 'Ihursdiv now be fallin ie omp.mied bv i Hong wind ulirmnln I l ol rormc i Incite W I 1'ioieo xx tio eiloel be r. 1 liiiK el ix his left feu (lie (fie liein ol in mime lisp Uilex'uy lo Panbindl at the i.oldcn (.He I w me ineiii il to he In t husband In addition Mie U ivts the sum ol MOO lo lo U tlmiillcs tniliiillni; 000 to SiU.ition armv lln He Is xiluod .it f OOOOd A .ruinit Itrlilee Feb 10 -The committee on eommerce Monday ie- portcd .idvcrtely the houwo bill uu- the Central Railroad and Bridge eompany, of Council Bluffs, la, to conntruct a tbll ratlWad and wagbn brlflfee acttws the MWWurl river I at Council TO BURN. GETTING TOGETHER. Thoro is nono hot to UIVP von tin1 jfjfcfe And why not burn Eupion? tor your moirliant EVJPION -------FOE hALU HY------ R .s TO BIN, JONES MEADKKS, Ll'lTLK BAl'OH, BKhI> .JOHNSTON M. L. POWERS, W C HOLLOW. T. MARTIN, Pi8rcfl fll1 Compai'lf -Of- The Ada National Bank, TOM HOPE, President. JNO L. BARRINGEB, Vice President FHANK JONES, Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD, Assl Cashier Capital Stock, Undivided Profits........ Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER.
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