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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 >« HIK NKW'S  A  IV KS TMK NKW''  VV 1111. K ii > NKW >  -Ii v» - %    0 t|BPiateNiifii®n&-' *  THE ADA  THE NEVA'S  DEL) VKRKD Ai Ilk PKK VV KEH  t *—  VOLUME  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. MAR. 2, 1905,  NUMBER 302  •* $> $ $    $    «-    iv    $    #    ^    $    #    <$  ❖  *  ❖  *  ❖  *  y$t  *  *  ❖  *  *>  $  MEN’S PANTS  Do You Wear Them?  BUCK EYE PANTS Made with Buck Ky« Security pocket, cut to tit and tit to wear. We say with out hesitation tho best value over shown in Ada  The Range is From  $2.00 to $6.00  | No Public Demonstratiou at St. Petersburg When Gen. Stoessel  ♦  Arrived.  OHLY OHE RAVAL OFFICER PRESEH1  Mrs. Leland Stanford ot California, Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances «it Honolulu.  I  UNIVERSITY TEMPORARILY CLOSED  Announcement  GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS  Now ready fin embracing ah  you; inspection, tho 1905 Pateros  SPRING HATS  &  *  ii-  NT  * av  *7*  vV*  >v  Yes New ii a11 ii ooh. that I s  dependable  I* BI  Present Session of the Fifty-Eighth ♦ Congress Hi'* Enacted Many Laws. .  SUMMARY OF WORK ACCOMPLISHED.  I«r«* than IOO BAU* .%ffrcl»a« thr I* »rr*» PabUc ratted rn* Will •* titer 1,000 Private Act*. Mostly    l.wct* ,w '  (to,. -    A    -    I    '    ti**  District of Columbia  pons arc re vpn tao to rune sn oonpieie  passenger lists.  Captured confederal® buttle lines in the possession of the war department were ordered returned to the proper authnrttiea of the state in which tie* regiment carrying the colors wa# or-gani/cd  The American national it* d Cross society was Incorporated, as were lh I trustees of th.* grand encampment of Knights Templar of the United States Statehood l>ills have parsed borh {houses and are in conference Poth measures contain provision tor the admission of Oklahoma and indian territory as one stat*  Ttio foundation for railroad leg! sift I tion baa been laid by the passage of a  !  hill through the house after an exhaustive bearing and the beginning of an  Admiral ’/.Mutt! Abr    HhmmbWIm    ** f   Ihv Navy to Wrlcttiur ttir Bort Arthur Vftrran and th** toluene* of Millier* Oflttcem a* th** It*-* rot Ion Wa* Notlrr abir.  St. Petersburg, March 2. -Lieut. Cen StoesacI arrived in St petersburg Wed nesday from Moscow A quarter oi an hour before his train was due it looked as if not more thuu leo person would be present to welcome the de fender of Port Arthur, but their mini ber augmented rapidly and when th* train steamed into lite depot many hundreds of people, especially women, crowded on th*' platforms War Min later Sakharoff and Admiral Ztlotti In behalf of the admiralty welcomed  1  (Jen.  and presented with dowses After re » reiving the personal congratulation of friends the general, looking bronzed ; and in good health, traversed the] cheering crowd to a reception room stopping now and then to shake hands v it h admirers. Behind th*- general ame Mrs St cess*-I leaning on the arni of a military offle* r She looked to l>e even more bren d than her him hand and smiled hap! ily at the warm welcome accorded him It was re marked that the • moral’* hair had turned quite white.  Winn th*- recept ii m coronion!* * w< r cr Cen and Mi Stoossel enter .I  tViniiHh umh «b. l.««*»t nf til** Kound-**n of tb«* tirvut **• bool W Ii lr ti Hear*  thr Nunn* «»f iii r It*i«I>mii*I. th** Cate Senator Stanford--Krport thMt rn* Attempt tm*) Item Iladi* In I'ninon llrr.  Honolulu, Mart h -—Mis. .lane Lath- i  lop Stanford, o* san Francisco, widow *>f I f nit. it Stall s Senator iceland Stanford, died at ll IO o’clock Tuesday night at th- dean a botel here. Suspicious cir* unstam a surround til • death of Mi . Stanford. Slit* was taken I ill \t ll ok lock and said I have I beon poisoned ” Her last words \v*'rt i . j ■ This is a horrible death to die. ' Mrs. j Stanford came lute from San Francis- | co cm tho Korea February 21 Iii j conversation w th .Mrs. Henry High- J  Glim cl! TU' an HUTH 11 > wnivmitu    .  .    ,. I .. : I tor. of san I*rat cisto. who is now hen,  stocssol Who was loudly cheer*       h:l a  Washington March 2 The b-gisia-% ve ucti\ ity of the Fifty-e ghih congress during its short session just closing may be estimated by tin tact that over IOO laws affecting the general public have bi*en enacted and over  1000 private arts pa*s«i. The privaU* , merits have been printed  ahs consist largely of pensions granted The president was authorised   ii    .    / - ... .filtn#    UfllT rf 1 -  inquiry by tht* senate which is to tn* conducted during the recess  A halt has been called in the extravagance with which public docu-  to  SUV-  while a few relief measures and re-I grant medals for hem,sin In th,: mo val of charges of desertion make op ins of life in train wrecks  rte remainder.    T*»    ‘j'*'*'"  The regular appropriation lulls all States were .steaded to the I Ullin-  are progressing to completion and P in * some of them have already  received  the signature of President Roosevelt.  The senate has amended and ratified arbitration treaties with seven European powers and Id American republics. It also has sat as a court of impeachment and acquitted Charles Stir ayne, judge of the district court for "the northern district of Mo rid a. on articles of impeachment voted by  Che house.  In joint session of the two houses the eld -oral vote tor president was canvassed and the o IR cis I ajmount e-ment made of the election of Roosevelt and Fairbanks.  A revision of the Philippine tariff has progressed nearly to completion Wilho it Indications of defeat, and an ac* ha.- been signed int* ailed to develop th resources of thus** islands by guarani* eing inter* 1  I on capital invested in railroad building anti authorising the issuance of bo’ids for municipal improve ments, s ho Is ami roads. The laws for Alaska have been codified, an additional district judge antlion*, d and the revenues from the liquor traffic in that territory diverted to the support of schools, the building of roads and the care of the insane.  Legislation for th** government of the Panama ( anal zone and regulations for the construction of the canal has been passed by both houses, but differences remain to l»e adjusted in conferences.  Two new battleships were provided for by congress in the naval appropriation bill.  The trade mark law’s have been revised and an international copy right set passed Jurisdiction of the forest reserves has been transferred from the interior to the agricultural department Authority to make arrests In forest reserves has been granted employes, as a measure of further protection. President Roosevelt has been authorised to set apart a portion of the Wichita forest reserve as a breeding place for game animals and birds.  By resolution of the house the department of commerce and labor has begun an investigation of the oil trunk  Obscene matter has been prohibited Importation and transit as interstate commerce. As a further aid in the enforcement of the immigration laws steamships entering United States  The stale of Arkansas was ceded a strip of land from the Indian territory. A portion of the Hound Valley indian reservation in California wa-, opened to settlement. Settlers in the Rosebud reservation were given additional time to establish citizenship. The unallotted lands of the Yakima reservation in Washington was ordered disposed of.  Twenty eight of the public acts are authorities to build bridges or dam navigable streams; 23 relate to the District of Columbia, and four to tin* judiciary.  an open carriai«    :    I    drove    throe    ii  the Nwsky IT*- ret to the redden of I Lmt. den. Brince V lase inky, tv member of tile imp rial council, wit* t they w ill sta\  The crowds in the street lustily che* red the gen err’ Th* abs* nee cd military and naval officers from the plat form was very ecieeable Only it I* w military ta a a i no naval officers excepting Admiral lot ti were present A large force of police surrounded the railroad stati* while the polit*' to Prince Viaaemkv*® residence wa patrolled by aum* pons detachments of Cossacks and llf. e urds apparent I) in expectation of a hostile demonstration. Altogether the general’s welcome was by no means in the nature of a popular demonstration and lacked gen nine enthusiasm Two months toto all Russia was singing the praises of th** defender of Port V rf bur, yet when he came horn** comparatively few people assembled to cheer him.  Gen. Keiss (den Stoessel’s chief of staff) in behalf *>t den. Stoossel gave an Interview in which he charged that tho storks emanating from Uhef  1  and attacking the commander of Port Arthur originated with a Russian con necteil with the Novo! Krai ta news paper of Port Arthur) who was ex relied by den Stoesnel.  Gen. Heists reiterated th* story of th* xiretnity t* which the garrison id tho fortress was reduce*!, insist in. (hat les> thin S.000 men were under arms to defend 20 miles of for (.Mea (ions den Reiss added that the gat rison Inched provisions an*l am rn un lien for the heavy guns ii*' wa ii* sparing In hi critielsm of ll*'it Att in ira I OutomHky whom he declared at atXt .vr» adm I rib!* prof* s- ut *>f analyt  1  ii trigonometrj and compiler of th**  Mrs Stanfold said thai an attempt had Peen made to poison her in that city .md thu’ this vats her poison for sail-. mg on the Korea it was Mrs. Stan-1 ord’s belief, a* urding to Mrs. High-ton. that * neat rf. iwilson had been used to I* ii I 20 p* rson t  T*»»* Nu** **t It**' l'*Ov«*r«ltv.  Stanford University. Cal.. March ‘.V-Mrs Stanford died suddenly Wednesday morning at the Moana hotel.  This brie! calli* gram from Honolulu to Mr. Charles G Lathrop, brother of | Mrs. Jan* Lathrop Stanford, was re t . iv* .I at the university WcdTU'sday. ‘ message was signed by Dr. Hum- j nent physician of Hono-  4  it ending Mrs. Stanford! j rtlcnlom have bre n re- ; is suposed that death a severe cast* of grippe, ! anford contracted just j on a health-seck-\ few minutes af- I  O ub  new stock of Dry Goods  is now open and ready for your inspection On account of the condition ot the weather our building is still unfinished, but we have our stock arranged. 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 materials are all here, domestic and imported, and all bought to the best possible advantage. Call and see the New Spring Line.  Th  phrey. ii pron lulu, w ho was X*' flirt It* r i  coifed, bu* it resulted from which Mrs. S before she started mg trip to Japan.  Cash on Delivery of Goods. One Price to all.  liny I • It* iKtnri‘1.  Washington, March 2. Ju answer to an inquiry on tie subject. Secretary Hay has formally assured the Hayticn minister here that th* I toted States government has no intention whatever of acquiring by annexation or otherwise posse aion of Hayti or San Domingo, nor of extendin ’ Anteri* in influence in that direction  marine * en e but v> «-ti ?n * on * u*l a  is utterly untrain  squadron Gen.  * rib r  *»r of  th  Sins SI I was pow nr I* SS squadron to leave the walls of the fortr*  On Store se! goes t«*  Vhunsdaj ti* report to 'I h * reef nt atta* - ! a * a en* producing sm.e r* »n! * »n ti! populi ell ti;’, in iii- favor  i arf \*»n Sell tile emperor.  den. Stoesscl  I ar  The 1,200 granit«> cutters at Quincy, Mass., have begun a strike for a readjustment of hours and wages, practically tying up the granite manufacturing industry of the city.  I CKLii I UU I dmimr\ nuuucu.  Manton! Mrn Blow OO"', ti).* Safi* «»f tin* Clartoavlll* Bank anil tint Away With th** Moory  Muskogee, I. T„ March 2.—The hank of Clarksville. IO miles from hero wa.s robbed Tuesday night. Two masked men blew open the safe, secured several thousand dollars and escaped. Later the station at Boynton was robbed. it was thought by the same men. A message received bere by the (I nit cd States marshal tells of the robbing bul the wires were all cut between here and the towns robbed before details could bn had. Marshal Bennett and posse left early for the scone. The rob-Iters are thought lo have secured a good haul.  STATE IS RESPONSIBLE  rrrnitlrnt Mntwrll. of ll**' Ni»iI«*iimI F<!ii« » (.tonal A**.iri;it im. ViMr******•<* thr >111-WAiikrr Al* ntiii( «*f 'inpvrlatdKlrnl*.  <'r*r* f r*»(*r«l to Wortaf.  Chicago. March 2.-James A. T/)gan. Jr., 17 years old. colored, Ins confessed to having murdered Mrs. Delia Tm v the woman found last ni"ht on a side walk in the fash ion abb' residence portion of Hyde park. The woman was a domestic, employed three bloc' s from the scene of the tragedy. Robbery was the motive.  Milwaukee, Wis., March 2 At Wed tuesday \s sent ion of the department, of superintendents, National Kdueational convention. William ii Maxwell, superintendent of schools of tho city of New York and president of the National Educational association, spoke on the topic "Charter Provisions ae lie! at cd to the Organization of School! Systems.’’ The speaker said that the fundamental principle to be borne in mind Is that the state and not the city Is primarily responsible for pub-  1  lie. education. All history shows that when education Is not provided and enforced under the authority of th** law, it is poorly provided and never enforced, it should be th** duty of the slates’ educational executive officer to let* that th*' educational laws are en forced. Ho advocated training schools in large cities and tho anointment or promotion of teachers sis tho result of compot it! /e examination.  Irvine Co**tim**** to Ininrovt*.  London, March 2. — Sir Henry Irvin* who recently suffered from a severe chill at Wolverhampton continues U ( make progress towards recovery*  I t<*r eight o'clock and just after tile j s first hour classes had assembled in Mb*- nntvcrsity the news of Mrs. Stun- |  I ford’s death spread from building to building and students ami professors , alike dropped all work and by the tim*' th*' official notice came from President Jon rd an's office, the whole student body had quickly retired from the ] "'iifinutflb' Everything at the uni- | versify is temporarily suspended at th.* university and the 2,0o0 inhabitants of the campus are mourning the loss of the hist of lh. founders of Stanford university  Ww* Thereon Ittnnpt ti !Wur.l#*r,  San Francisco, March 2.—On the Isi bi of last month it was reported ; that att attempt had been made to! muni* r Mrs Stanford by means of poison placed in i bot ti** of mineral vnitcr at her bom * in Oalitornia street in this city. I: na stated that sh* had taken three drinks of th** deadly mixture, but the ]*»is*on had been used it, such lure.* quantities that it served as Its own cinctb Mrs Stanford was taken violently iii and medical aid was summoned I! ***»tit«'tvts of bet stomach ami th* v\.it«*r remaining in t.Jie bottle were an aly *1 an.I sufficient < strychnine to have ki'lcd thr*'*' per-i sons vas found Mrs. Stanford first drank of the wcer on January ll and from that time lier lo aith declined. Although ti" story of the attempt to poison ii* r vvas positively de-! nied. p>'rsis’ent rumors regarding th *   1  matter were * *r* slat* d. Sin- sailed I ior tho orient on the steamer Korea two weeks ago and i? was h» 11 * • \«■ > i * | j * her ft!* n*l«; her*’ that the voyage I ,onhl result in h*' r  compb t*' restore  1  tion to health No one had access to j Mr Stanford nfiartrnents in this * bv * \cept the member.' of h*'r bons, hold and though many theories were ad-ve.Mceii the detect iv *s who investigated rtie affair did not announce 'the tits-eovery of any motive for the attempt* *1 murder, if indeed, th*' poison bud been intended for Mr- Stanford at all Mrs. Jane Lathrop Stanford wits born { Albany, N. Y in 1K2". She married Iceland Stanford, who later beearn" i one of tIi** iiuilders of til*' Central Pa I tide railroad and accumulated an im mense fortune. As the wife ot cox | and later Senator Stanford. Mrs. Stan- | ford for many years took a prominent part in social affairs. Slip co-operated with her husband in the founding of iceland Stanford Jr., University, and after Senator Stanford's death devoted herself almost entirely to the interests of the university. Although the im-J ntense endow meiuof nearly $20,000,000 made by Senator and Mrs. Stanford to the university was placed in the hands of trustees. Mrs. Stanford until the I time of her *b‘alh had control oi the funds and the appointment of the trustees. Almost the entire Stanford fortune now goes to the university. Mrs. Stanford had hut one child, a son. who died at .an early age and in memory of whom the Leland Stanford. Jr., university was founded.  "affygoods. smsscim/H*  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR, EDR UP-T0-D1TEI CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  N KW I tOltSES    N    EW    BUI    U    i    I    Kb  Travel well.    Look    well.  Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.  Allen Livery Barn  *►+++++++  Two Essential Quzlitics  Charact* ri/.e OI r linos of shoes. One is to see,but hard iodi’seribtv— tliaCs 5St \ lo l ib other i- easy to doserita but bard to "be that’s Construction. The first produce.** *j< (»*i wppearanc ?. tire* sen'Bd pl >• servt‘8 it.  CH A PM A N  : Model Bakery.... s  q    t  •    Kvorythinir good to oat always on hand at tt.e    J  •    Model Hakery. Bread. Cake»*. Cie*, Cookies,    J  ^             —.......■    -.—■■■.........   -.................. w  •    Cand im. Etc. Sue him otYi*<>Mite the t>*>stofti(V.    J  5 J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. PHONE 124. J  The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stock, -    -    -  Undivided Profits. -    -  Blanks Furnished  INO. I. BARRINGER, Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  .......$50,000.00     . *20,200.00  and Remittances Made to the Govern  Uov Campbell and wife are on trial at Lawton, Ok., charged with killing their infant baby.  AH Joints at been closed.  Winfield, Kin., hava  ment on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICK AS A VV NATION. IND. TKR.   

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