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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 HIK NKW* i. I \ K> IHI NUNS  WU IKK i I > NKI' >  THE NEWS DELIVERED AT  loc PEK WEEK  VOLUME I  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ad, indian territory, friday evening, feb. 17. 1906.  Our Appreciation  iv  # - -■ ** *  rn  &  ^Knows no bounds for past patronage. Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the east, conscious of the fact that Ada 0 and the surrounding country expects ^ us to furnish these goodly people ? with all that fashion decrees, and  ^ since we champion the wants of all  the people, economy is the watch word for low prices. We care not  v *, whether your income is a dollar a $ day or ten dollars a day. we have provided for your wants and ask but '$ & a reasonable compensation tor this honor- You may expect new goods  President’s Massage Transmitting Dominican Protocol Head to Senate in Executive Session.  JUSTIFIED BY MONROE DOCTRINE.  Mr.    Kay*    tl»«* I’rot or nl Afforrt* rn  fmrUral Twit .if t ut*■«•«» 't*t***» Ciotrrrn-mral'n kHtriain in M*»iiua!..IU*c Itorir.nr— Munt Arr.pt .%Iou* With Att* ti ta t uiilrirHl.  Kvrroondwl by Ml* K»a»ny I>mU» Vmmm pMctfally to lh* Author of tim liar.  Crawfordsville. Ind., Feb. 17.—Surrounded by his family, Cen. Lew Wal iace. author of “Hen Hut,” “The Prince  'V  ♦f  daily at lowest possible prices.  - * v  ■**  &  THE RATE LEGISLATION.  KeprMrnUtivi* Towmm-I. After ** r*lk with th* I’r***l»l**u t. Ttilnhi " n  Kltm Srmliia Nut ll* Cohort.  Commissioner Garfield Given Specific Directions by President Regarding Standard Oil Inquiry.  UNStS NOTTHE ONLY FIELD CONCERNED  The K.aamont, In Tim,    l>rh»p'i(Mh-  era. Will Itr Inrlu I .cl — srrrr dry Hitch* cock    Le**** of I ii*1 ii»n IVrrilnry OU  l^Aiirtn by Itrnmh of tho Nunilanl I* *  Washington. Fob. I*. President Koos< veil lias cl ired cd James ll. Garfield, commissioner of vcorporations of the department of commem anil labor. to begin immediately tin oil investigation iequ« sled by the house of reprt.-enlativi s We* ut.-day in a ic.&u lution adopted unanimously. I he .i. vesiigation, by d.n lion th the I resident, will bl right aud < napivln nsive The president bi «. retted a letter to Conin.is.-ie.I.' r ti r.. id in wha'a he has i Ive n bi «• re ens ai.J po ated in outlin* his vi*  Th* Inquiry will bt pressed a- rapidly as POS .ah-. • « • ope bf the in vestigation and til** time it will urea py cannot I * lnniciled at this tine Repn '* ntative Cample ll. of Kansas. the author of the r* s;)lu’ion adopt* d by the house had a conference with Pres idcnt Roosevelt Thursday. Mr. (\imp-bell s Idea is that the investigation should concern particularly the situation in the Kansas field, but lie expressed to tin* president bis belief that the inquiry once begun, would extend to the operations of the Standard Oil company In the Heaumont field of Texas and perhaps to other fit bls.  W ill Airt th* I iit ic* tO’ - **  Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. IT. Vv iliiam J. Young, president of the Prairie Oil & Gas company, of Kansas, against Which the oil investigation resolution! in congress Wednesday was directed i in an interview with Hie Associated! press said that the company was not afraid of an investigation. “The charges being agitated at pr *s-nt are without foundation," he said, “aud we are paying no attention to them. In fact we will aid the investigators so as to end the controversy as quickly as possible.”  **A «;ic»ntli* Monopoly.”  Washington, Feb. IT. Secretary Hitchcock gave out a Staten u.t arraigning as a "gigantic, mf i< poly •the nresent lease tty the Indian Ter ritory Illuminating Oil coni >aid >- tie right to pioepent for oil ; »< Mas though out the entire area of the Osage Indian reserve lion and explaining the agreement reached several days ago as announced in the Associated pres despatches for cutting off mo e than half the lands operatic under this lease during the next ten years.  Washington, Feb. IT Representative Townsend of Michigan, one of the authors of tho Ksch-Townsend freight rate bill, had a talk with the president regarding the prospects for the enactment of the measure into law Mr. Townsend, who has canvassed the situation pretty thoroughly, expressed the opinion that there was a chance for the passage of the bill by the present session After his talk with the president Mr. rownsend said that *n the event no legislation on the rate question was enacted at this session un extraordinary session of cony re would be called by President Roosevelt for next autumn, perhaps in October.  Washington. Feb. IT. I be message I rom the president transmitting tti Un senate a protocol oi an agreement t»e-t ween the I nii**i tit At es aud tue Do miuican republic, nab been old t U made public, u et Lei with the ptoto* col, a letter nom juan B. .uoore. loiiu-crly assistant :e* u*uU> it stile, which gilt's a statement regarding ihe awald under the former protocol, and the award of the commission which settled the claims of the San Domingo Improvement company. the senate went into executive session immediately utter the morning business, at which time this aition was taken.  The message is of nearly 4,500 word? ani) was read in Hill to the s.‘an.it**, ii is largely a liseiission of the rights atm duties of the I luted Suites under lh Monroe do trim . mid the president I *>ays the protocol affords a practical I ust **t the efficiency of the t lilted ! States government in maintaining the I doctrine. In be frilling his message the president says thai conditions in \ San Domingo have been growing stead s !> wots* fig- many years and debt I have been con traded bey cad the po we*  I ut the republic to pay. Certain foreign.  I countries, he says, have felt th* tusches agrieved because of the non-payment of debts dtl* their citizens,  | and have felt that tin* only way they | could ever get any guarantee of payment would be by acquisition of t rri-torv or taking chorgi of the custom affairs of the republic.  "It is pointed out by the president  1  that tin* Monroe (tootrim would pro- j I hibit any foreign government from stepping in. and he says that those who profit by ’his I*x*trine must a* ut certain responsibilities along with the rights it confers, lit* says further.  "The justification for the I nited States taking this burden and inc triune tJiis responsibility is to tie found in the fact that it is Incompatible with international equity for the I nil ted States to »*fuse to allow* other ’lower to ta’ * tic* only menu* at their disposal of satisfying the * blinis of their creditors and yet to refuse, itselt. to take any such steps."  THIS SPACE BELONGS TO  THE  I, MN I .KW W V/.LACk of India,” and other works, one-time minister to Turkey and a veteran of tin* Mexican abfl civil wars, died at his home in this city last night, aged TS years.  RED CROSS  STORE  Put Mi K*pP»*lon on ‘•Uibmxrln** Hunt.  Queenstown. Ireland. Feb. I*  Four men were I Hied and two were! injured as a result of an explosion on board the British submarine bon;  “ A-5."  USING BIG GUNS.  Japnnr«r I trine I *• lo-1 n*'h Shell* Tm Hu44|avi4 Hi Iou >1 ijkilen' Sol-<lit*r* I r *t**riii/«  Mukden, Feb. IT. The Japanese* fired Tuesday and are Brin*-’ Wednesday un Pout doff hill with eight-inch gun carrying 250-pounti projectiles, indi-eating thai they ar.* seige guns used at Port Arthur aud the first to be mounted in position before the Russian lines below Mu den. A new situation therefore confronts the Russian center and the general situation appears to have been rendered more uncertain and complicated by the battle of Sandepoas, and the arrival of open weather indicating an early spring. At some parts of the lines there is unusual familiarity. Russian and Japanese officers in parties entertain each other. At Sinehinpu the Japanese cheer the Russian band.  KAUI Saloon Kletil.  East St. IiOiiis, HI.. Feb. 17.—John Sorotch, known as the King of Little Lithuania," has died from wounds Inflicted during a pistol battle in which his wife was seriously wounded md his cousin and two negroes shot in several places. The fight occurred in Sorotrh’s saloon.  A N**w ('miimI Hill.  Washington, Feb. IT.- Senator Kittredge has introduced a bill for Die government of the canal zone which is similar to the Mann bill passed by the house. Thj provision < f the Mann hill ibollshing the Isthmian canal commission is not made a part of the Kit -I re dee bill.  BOLD MINNEAPOLIS ROBBERY  Waikrrt Hlrhw*ynM*» \ tt-rk M »’h**lrti»n  nm! Ill* C'«*rhm*n. >». rlouUf Wounding tti•* I.iller.  Minneapolis. Mim . Felt IT La ny I Thursday three masked highwaymen lying in wait upon th* front veranda of the residence of Dr Philip Mu* lier. PCM Second avenue. I* vclcd their revolvers at th** returning physician and his coachman. Fmil Roy cat I he*  ! shot th< latter through th abdomen  !  and then rob lied the doctor and hts coachman of $i*0 in mom y hen Mr* Muclhr. attracted bv the shooting, oh cmd th** d«Kir to let lier husband in, a big St Bernard dog hounded out of the vestibule ;it thi* robbers, lh dog was killed. Mrs Mm lier was com nianded by the robbers to stand, lur sh** ran through tin* hous** to a ha* door and alarmed the rn ichbnrhooi The robbers then mist eked ih<* bott * and after securing thi ir booty jumj * * into the doctor > cutter and fit away. The coachman was tai en the city hospital where ii is fears. he will die  WIRELESS COMPANY SPREADS.  FApert** to ( > ntninu*illMt*' with I’*«»iih l»v I*.,, Hic ( OKU Hoot** from  FrMiirMcu.  San Franiisco, Feb. IT. A representative of a wireless telegraph company i.- h* re arranging for th* installation j of i plant for eomnionh Ilion with Panama by a direct en st route and by w .y ut tim et-t via Denver, Ka nam City, Chicago, N vv York. Key West Portti Rico and Cuba. Following this direct communication, will. t is t aid he perfect ca between this city the Phil ilupines, the eti* ut and the Hawaiian islands. An effort is now being mad to secure th*' -lites for th** necessary stations in this * It> OI in its vicln-;  i tty  ,% ii *    b* 1 * Hi ( tr trttt !*.%•*•  Pat is, Fob. IT. A semi-official dispatch from Caracas. Venezuela, say*  • that upon th** pressure of President Castro th,* (Huirt has ordered Cie sequestration of the landed property of the American Asphalt company. This] decision, the dispatch adds. has caused excitement in the American colony at Caracas.  %r»oth*>r    H*‘tr*»lh*l  Coburg. Feb. IT.—The betrothal is announced <d th* Duke of S ixe-C'ubnrg ijtni Gotha to th** Princess Victoria • '.!* -;> dan gilt r of Duke Frederick ct I,I,-swig    Holstein - Sonderbu r g  ,I j. •    ‘f*    princess    is a niece  i, ■ i-    :ii press, while th"*  i nephew of King  i .I ■ I    lid.  Watch for announcement  * 'n I  of the New Store.  nuiTuinnn the tailor, for up-to-date  bill I “UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  t-Vw Nun ( »int»»t**»t* *i P*»rt Arthur.  Chefoo Feh IT A steamer with PT non * omhataiiis has arrived herr from | Port \rtbur. Very mw nun oiubat-ants remain at that pine Cunval- * cs* ent soldi* rs tot •tiling  M)  will b'-* ti:    arriving at Fhefoo l*bruar>  The local Russian > ar* in*' naut. claiming that th* > are unable to *ur< tor Hie Ii* alt by. bt alout' invalids. Th' Japan*-*' st\ they lack me ms of transport lo tab* the invalids to Shanghai  \ I. ut.*..uh ***♦• li.\•-.tie »th>>«.  Denver. C**l F« b IT Investigation of th** aile. . d bribery and intimidation in con net lion with the en ht-bonr bill before iii** legislature bn- be ti abandon.:. Th*' cornutine* appointed by Hit* house to inv**stis.at*' th** charges made by Re pres* ntativos .I !' M*'lt«>n •od (’ F Street, *l*'tn*>*Tats. reported that th*S'■ two members hsid apolo-- iCl for their r« mar s refi.'cting on their fellow-memb* rs and re**om-trended that th** incident be closed.  *  +  PAULW. ALLUM,  Livery Stable,  NKW KH >LSb>    NEW BUGGIER  Tm vol Well.    Look    well.  S iti^ta<*torv ^ervict* OuLirftnteoo.  Allen Livery Barn  :D:  •»P*-T  J. C. Warren,  (iPTlClAN  Eyes Tested Tree.  Ti  “FETCH IT ALONG AND I'LL SIT ON THAT. TOO!"  The Frisco railroad has purchased the ius' ogee Union and the Muskogee • i rh rn railroads and thereby secured omplete belt line around Muskogee, I. T.  And why < t L*,rr Eupiotif There is none bet-    ▼  i,. r     your rut tx hunt to «ive von the    ^  EUPICN OII-.   VOR SALK BY-  .    H. >. 11    >  f  ONF>A MEADERS, LITTLE  !?;    HIH IS 'a    'I LII, RKKI* A .JOHNSTON  ♦    aku v.    row KRS, W. C. ROLLOW.  Hie Aile National Bank.  _  r AC.. V I  row HOP*. I .• .rt.nl.    INO.    I.    B'RRINGER,    Vice    T    csiurti.l  FR»N« ,    ' Collier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Assi Cash.oi  . .    .    iso, H*.00  ( TI I lit ti I >t*x*k. -    *  Undivided lV.-t-.........*    ‘     H     ■ ,K '  Blanks Ft...    >nH Rcniittanccs Made to th* Govern-  meat on Town Lots.  ABA. PH i KASA'V NATION, INB. TKR   

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