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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                IIIK NEWS t.lVKSTHK NEWS THE NEWS DELIVERED AT lOc PEH WEEK NUMBER 296 VOLUME 1 Special Federal Grand Jury Drawn at Chicago to Inquire Into Infractions of Law. MARSHALS BUSY HUNTIN6 WITMESSES Knows no bounds ior past patronage Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the east, conscious fact that Ada and the surrounding country expects us to furnish these goodly people with -all that fashion deorew. anrt since we champion the wants ot a 1 the people, economy is the watch word for low prices. We care not 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 ior tins honor. You may expect new goods daily at lowest possible prices. out with for witness ,hurges of diroo, vlohu.on o. an imiction issued ume ago rossonp. of l'nlle.1 S. WI.ooD.lu Conrt Distribution Surpltw Not Madison, Wls.. Feb. Wis- consin supreme court has decided in favor of the Equitable Life Assurance society in a suit to' make permanent an injunction State Insu- rance Commissioner Zeno M. Host, from revoking the society's license ing business in Wisconsin. The Wls- eonsin law provides that life insu- rance companies doing business in thlb state may make distribution of surplus in two, three, (our or flve years. Com- missioner Host held that distribution every flve years manda- tory. The company secured an in- junction against .he revocation oil'" license, bin Judge Dunwiddle m the circuit court of sustained Commissioner Host's contention. An appeal was taken to the state supreme eourl Had Hie commissioner been sustained by the supreme; eourl it estimated (hat about J8.iww.non ol sur- plus would have been, dislribute, amonn Wisconsin poliey-1-.jolders. INDIANS PROTEST. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE il I', II" T in RED CROSS STORE "'The decision r.rosst-i.p .lispntch.-.l subpoenas public no supreme conn. Mm-n M main.-lined coucernini; tin the deputy marshals were under orders In servo tin immediately and to nmU> facts Hie affair. l.-or more Mian ,'tehl mouths .nvos- u.-.Hion has been carried on soere.ll> i.r'chicago. Orders dime from Alter nev C.oncral licihoa up to WashiURlon to r in and by rnil Bethoa was .ompe.eiU on to spare no w .vivo instruction, he was d Slates Maihh.l ordered to Mu- InvostlRalion nso 10 secur dence lion i The Judge the usainsi violators of f .l.ulKt- men who wore rest ruined Orosscup's decision in th Washington, I'ob. 22.- William. T. Leahy, a member ol' the council ol' the Usage Indian tribe, in a statement Riv- en oui says that tho Indians are op- nosed lo a 'renewal of the lease on then- lands upon the terms and are awiinsi a renewal. The or- dinal uiven 10 K. M. Foster lor a' period ,-r 1" years, the statement w-is approved eontrary lo vUh'e.-i of the Indians. Tho statement usks thai ilie president have an in- made to disclose nil ot the acts- Huil ihose for whom il speaks ,ave boon obliged to flsht. .heir bait o Uo.io and that they have boon unable to secure the eonsent to employ assis- which ran he done only with ilu- approval of the department. CONSIDERED IT HIS DUTY. tbe President Is the Foremost Disciple and Ablest Lieuten- ant of Bryan. UITLE MOPE FOR RATE IE6ISUTIOH. convened member of lh commerce Tuesday Mr .-ommitU-. presented Voor Washington. senate committee on interstate comruefce hns reached no dofinlte conclusion us to luwtponinent of raiiroud rate tion at this session of consress. committee will KI> wllh Thursday when the resolution ator Kean providing for an tion of the subject of rate legmhit on dnrinK the I-OCCSB will ho considered. Ijunranllno Inoperntlvr. Washington, l-'eb. .lepartmcnt has decidc.l that of the Oklahoma legislature tho stock nuarantine act ol' the lerti- trv so as to include .heOsase Indian was in ors .'onfern..! by .'oimress and wasin- The ini-nor th- act department lor Still Slum. .lenVrson City. ballot of th.- Missouri failed to make any chain: pos- Spoor roads has been hoard. I hi- tee has i-.iv.-n Ih" l'.-s. attention u, .lie bill, bin there has been timo consider I he am, iidmeiii.- there are several believed to important. No decision us to an ci- fort to pass Hi.- bill vhis session has been reached, but with a limited Mm.: at their disposal it would seem (hat is very little prospect of thai re- befon; adjournment, with only ten i of .he session left and with much imperative business to be per- formed. It would hardly seem prob- able that the moat important economic MMWtion of the day could be disposed of in so abort a time, and especially view of the fact that only one side the question has so far been pre- vented to the committee." Mr Carmack. a member of the com- lu'fttee on interstate commerce, cx- cased himself from speaking tor the committee on the ground that "such harmony there as to iWUerate party line.." He said he ooukl assure the senate that all or the committee are actuated by a Sen desire W execute at the earliest possible moment, the promises made bV the president of the United States and through the medium of the demo- cratic platform and to add that it Is Uic intention of tho whole committee to-be Ktilded in this matter by the president." "Indeed." he added. "I may go far- ther and say. knowing the chairman of the committee will correct me if I urn wrong, that I am authorized to In form the senate that all the members recognize In the president the fore- moat diBdple and the ablest lieutenant William J. Bryan." The statemen a general burst of laughter and Incident closed. NOAI-IIIK KaeVa Crimea, l-'eli. the former cnse were .1. Op.len Armour, fcdwan Morris. Ira Morris. Arthur Meeko Charles Uumdon. K.lwanl A. louls F Swift, P. Kdwin Hartwell. Frank E. Vogel. William Russell Ed- warxl C Swift. W. H. Noyes, Nelson MoVris PatricK A. Valentine. Calvin M Favorite. Thomas .1. Conners. Mi- chael. Cudahy, Albert K. Boohort. Law- rence A. Carter, .lesse I'. Umis Albart H. Voddor nnd Fer- dinand Sulzberner. More than 10U witnesses will summoned lo iestify concornlnp tin operations ot the packers. It is be- lieved the investigation of .he special -rand jury will cover several weeks. In all isr, were issued. They are for subordinates, clerks and other employers ol .he packers. None of ttu- packers was summoned. T he employes are expected to corroborate by their testimony evidence secur- -ovornmen. secret The men subpoenaed live in dinti- ,-nl cities. Until service is secured, it Is probable inoii- names will not made public. The principal eilios wlu-re pajtersiu-r be served besides Chicntfo, arc St. I-mil Minneapolis, fhilmlelphin. toii Brooklyn. Now York, .lersey City. Cleveland. Cineinna.i. Omaha. St. Louis and N-w Orleans. Baku c'nucasia. Feb. -V -The town -mnic-stricken, the banks are close., am'l business is as a result Monday's disturbaneos and the imm- attacks of armed Mussulmans on U-inenlnns which have been soiHK on ince Sunday in various parts of Baku. The attacks are attributed to racial enmity of A.-I..I In Watch for announcement of the New Store. Moscow. Fob. assassin or iJnuul nuke Serguis maintains an at- titude of profound indifference. When pressed to reply to questions he d. n AVashinplon. Feb. The validity Die Kansas anll-lnist law was up- held by tho supreme court of thn Tnited States in the case of Edmund .1. Smiley, (Jlaintia' in error, vs. the state ities would have no result. Before his victim was "aid undei eurtl. other vie.ims would bo tound. lU-Kardiim his motives tho assassin said that he only acted injhe of an oppressed people. H ,ho deed wns an act of uran.1 dukes had lor years violated every canon of ordinary decency and mined the country while expo ng the weak will of the emperor foi their own ends. They had made him a ty- rant so thai the people execnile him. Me was aware ihat .he emperor wns innocent dupe and his had to deliver the emperor on evil innu-uces sui-round.ng hn n ,he hope lu- day would join ,n- movemeui and become head ot a uovernmen. based 01- Western .ho nor. ilu-ir spies. added, will be able to pro- ,'hose who ,.r.' .loomed to death. Ilichnumd. Iml.. 1-eb. markable men have .ius, .Hod in I diann Ono was Anthony Wall "I Connersvillo. a.od V. .ho eldest mem- of the I5lks in .he world. the Ue is Henry Kroner, of Uoone I countv who served in the German- Knrlish and American armies and i the famous charge the Mphi Drisade. IHsnge was S4. THE TAILOR, FOB 'IHVWJE CHIIWUUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES Travel well. wel1' Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn "OIL l-hlllpplu. tOU. Washington, Keh. The house In of the whole Tuesday he- .-ai, cousideratlou of the bill to revise and amend the tariff laws of the Phtl- ppine islands. Mr. Payne (N. chairman of the committee and means, explained that the bill did not affect the question of goods Im- ported into the United States from the Philippines, but that It did affect goods exported from the country to islands. _ Stock Shrinking. New York, 22.-A8 a result ot he steps taken against the Standard Oil company In congress and In thf war being against It In KanMM; Texas and elsewhere, the stock of tbo company on Uif Broad street curb has declined extensively. Tuesday It de- clined points more, reaching. 000 Tuesday the stock sold for ghare. J______ _ Tlilrrt Randan Frederlkshaven, Denmark, Feb. 22. The third Russian Pacific squadron an- chored to-day in Skagen bay and la costing The squadron has been Joined by some other units and now consists of five Ironclads, an auxiliary crulsor, a gunboat and three transports. J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN 8 Eyes Tested Free. Witirs Ptoni OB The Ada National Bank. I IIV JNO. L. BfcRRIHCER, Vice TOM HOPE, FRANK JONES, Cakhl.r. ORVILLE 8NEAO, merit on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND.TOR iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr   

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