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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME 1 DA, INDIAN 'TERRITORY, THURSDAY MAR. 8. 1905. NUMBER 302 MEN'S PANTS Do You Wear Them? BUCK EYE PANTS Made with Buck lOye Security pocket, cut to fit nnd tit to wear. We say with out hesitation the best value over shown in Ada. THe Range From to No Public Demonstration at St. Petersburg When Gen. Stoessel Arrived. GOLD AND SILVER Now road.v for your inspoution. K ttii paterns SPRING HATS DULY ONE UAVAL OFFICER PRESEMT AUmlral Ktloitl to Welcome the Port Arthur Veteran Abunnce ul Military om.-rr. nt K.M-entlon Notlri-- Mrs. Leland Stanford of California, Dies Under Suspicious Circum- stances at Honolulu. UNIVERSITY TEMPORARILY CLOSED Woman wan at Found- of the (ireut School Which the Nwimii <.f tho fcnte Senator tHat an At- iniipt hail Itncn Made Her. I mi tli'.tly Now Low Shoos. Now Half Hue-. In fact a lino of funiishinjr tfoods tlmt, is dependable. f' i i-eiiuireu to rurinsn complete lists. Captured confederate battle il.U's m the possession of the war department ______ I ordered returned to the proper j (uithorlticft of the state In which the Present Session of the Fifty-Eighto eurryim; the colors was or- Congress Has Enacted Many j ,mtiomil Rt.u CrOM i society was incorporated, as were tho trustees of the pnmd encampment of Knlfihtrf Templar of the United States 1 Statehood bills havo passed bath I houses and are In conference. Both measures contain provision for tho ad- Laws. SOHMARY OF WORK ACCOMPLISHED. than 1OO BtlU Affeciln Pobllc an Well n.< v Dr l.OOO Lecuia- rltorv as one state. mission of Oklahoma and Indian ter- St. Petersburg, March Uen. Htoessel arrived in St. Petersburg Wed nesday from Moscow. A quarter ot nn hour before his train was due it looked as if not more than 100 persons would be present to welcome the de- fender of Tort Arthur, but. their num- ber augmented rapidly and when the train steamed into the depot many hundreds of people, especially women, crowded on the War Min- ister Sakharoff and Admiral Zllotti In-behalf of the admiralty welcomed i'ron. SUiessel who was loudly cheered and presented with llowws. After re- ceiving the personal congratulations of friends tho general, looking and In Rood health, traversed tho cheering crowd to a reception room stopping now nnd then to shake hands vith admirers. llohind the general canio Mrs. Stoessel leaning on the arm ,i military officer. She looked to tie even more than her hus- hand and -smiled happily ;it the warm welcome accorded him. It. was re- marked that the general's hair liad turned qiilto white. AVhcn the rut-option ceremonies were over Gen. nnd Mrs. Stoessol entered an open carriage and drove throurh the N.-wsfcy to the residence of l.i.Mit. Gen. rrlueo Viiusemky. n member of the imiierlnl ixmncil. wher.- they will stay. The crowds in the street lustily cheered the genernl. The iibsonce of nillitarj' and naval olllcers from the platform was very noticeable. Only n few military men and no naval olllcers exceptlnp Admiral were present. A largo force of police surrounded the railroad station while tJlio route to Prince Vianemky's residence was patrolled by numerous detachments of Cossacks and life tviiarda apparently Honolulu, March -lane Lath- lop Stanford, of San Francisco, wid- ow of United Stale's Seniitoi Stanford, died at o'clock night at the Vloana hotel here. Sus- circumstances surround tho death of Mrs. Stanford. She WHS tiiken ill aj. 11 oMoe.lc and said: "1 havo been poisoned." Her last words were: is a. horrible death to die." Mrs. Stanford came here from San Francis ro on the Korea February 21. li conversation Mrs. Henry HiRh ton, of San Knmd.si.-u. who is now here Mrs. Stanford said that nn attempt hai been made to poison her in that city and that, this her reason for sail ins ton the Korea. It was Mrs. Stan ford's heller, according to Mrs. High ton, that enough poison had been used to kill 20 persons. 1 Til" NfW thn 1 Stanford fiiiversity, Cal.. March 3r- i Mrs. Stanford died suddenly Wednes day morn inc. at the Moana hotel. This brief from Honolulu to Mr. Charles O. l.athrop. brother of I Mrs. .lane Lalhrop Stanford, was re- j reived at the tinivcrsily Wednesday. I Tho signed by Dr. Hum- phrey, n prominent physician of Hono- lulu, win. was -..-itondinK Mrs. Stanford! 'NO 'further particulars hiive been re- ceived, but it is suposed that death resulted froin a severe case of grippe, which Mrs. Stanford contracted just before she started on a honlth-socK- trip to .laiian. A few minutes af- ter eight o'clock and just after the first hour classes had assembled in this university the news of Mrs. Stan- ford's death spread from buildlnp to building and students and professors alike dropped all worU and by the time the official notice came from President loin-dan's office, tho whole student, body had cpticltly retired the Announcement 0UR new stock of Dry G-oods is now open and ready for your inspection. On account of the condition of the weather our building is still unfinished, taut we have our stock arrang- ed, and will be more than pleased to show our friends a new and up-to-date stock of Merchandise. Whether it is school dresses for the children, house dresses, street dresses or evening gowns, the mate- rials are all here, domestic and imported, and all bought to the best possible advantage. Call and see the New Spring Line. Cash on Delivery of Goods, One Price to all. i in niTr
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