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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 IHK^JCWS  '■IVhXfHKlRWS  WHILE d^flfaws  f  VOLUME  $$$*?<}$$•$ ********  SPRING FEVER! J  $  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 9. 19Q5.  —THE NEWS ©SLIVERED AT I'A: 'PKK WEEK  number 308  Little Improvement in the Srrike Situation on the Interborough Roads.  Antral Staff Insists That Rumors of Disaster to Kuropatkin Are False.  Mum mum siure ana you ll soon ^    _____  * iid&ztionrtwhztZTexpect to"the A    “ f " £l "  1F  *   ""  K1,lf  *«Tki7 Pfssmstic.  next few Ha ire     p    tue     -  &  0  0  *?4X  $  $  &  &  $  ❖  *  T\ I HOON SILKS—A new weave that has every appearance of *ilk, per yard,  only..........  GINGHAM—A surprisingly pretty hoe of Ginghams for school dresses, exceptionally g v >od values, at per yard,  HEA UTI FpL A. F. C. GINGHAMS New colorings, new patterns, at per yard, only.............  AMHERST PERO ALKS -In medium and dark color, a spiendid full count cloth, sells regularly at 10c, our price,  PE I NC I PA PERCALE—Full  m m   Vi    * >att orns,    all    light,    also  ALBION CHEVIOT, good colors, medium dark. tile thing for bo\s’ school waists, per yard, only .........  &  *  &  *  4k  *  - —- PERCALS—Ii, medium and dark,36 in., also SEA LLANO PERCALES in beauti iul clean looking patterns, 36 in. all the above made with the new soft finish, per yard, only  LADIES CLOTH-*) in., in boll, un elegant cloth,at the vor.v reasonable price u/ t  per .van).............  LT K F ; a ^AKLK-X, w  Sheeting, Pillow Tub.ng. Lea i.y Made >heels md Pillow Case*.  strikers Willing to \ccrpl Offer of Mayor MrCltllai), lint Kiiiploytra Krful0-Nu % tolenr* Ilits Itrni KsporlH mu ti Nu Moral Serious AtTltlsnU ll*»«* Thkru 1‘lscs.  V™' 1 think of  coming to town w ithout coming to  fffl/A  r ft r- rr ^    -  £#£Pff/c£ s/wras//-  $  rn  Hr*  $*  $  •e’  0  XU  ■it-  ■v%  A rn  &  New York. March !* The second day ol the strike on the nub way and elevated lines showed considerable provenient ov«*r yesterday's conditions. I'rains were run in Hie subway and die Sixth avenue elevated line was kept open with a larger number of trains than yesterday. At tirst people were timid and hesitated to ride «ui i!h* roads affected by lh** strike, but between v ie aud if o'clock, when the downtown rush was at its height. die public begat it* realize tin* hope bassness ot using the already overtaxed stir!ace lines, and eagerness t«> get t«« business overcame timidity.  Most of the trains made (airly good time, but the long stops at stations and careful running indicated that th* company was taking no risks.  On the whole, the underground seemed in better condition than at the same horn yesterday Notwithstanding the improvement in the Interborough’s service, much ot the down town truth wie carried b\ the surface lines.  (Jcorge iv Pepper prest h iii of the Amalgamated Anociation *>l Sleet ri and St rt*‘t Railway employes, said Wednesday; "We were only skir-j ntisldng Tuesday We are going to , begin \\tnlnesday, We will make tho fur fly for sure I am entirely sails fled with the Situation We will \ in jsure, its a foregone conclusion i tnt dissatisfied with the working of th* police and will ma! *■ a protest to Com missioner McAdoo We have counseled perfect order during the strike and if I on© ot the strikers is guilty of violent* he should l>e punished by the organ!, a finn and sent to state prison Any clo lence done so tar has been done by sympathizers and not by member.  •f the ijr Iv a, Th*, sue. ce as or fsitu se < i«ne strike depends on public opinion Wo have public pluton now and w. j will hold It.”  I he officials of tie* Amalgamated A Isolation of Electric and Street railway  '** < uuituaudlog <J«DtTMl Hr luff Warmly < rltlrlaett for lilt KxcniIt* I'rudrnre- 1  iuper«»r'» Military Adviner N«»* |> r - r end* tiro, dripper)barg’a Count* Fob-• Intercut at lllffh fitch.  employes and the local officials of the the hoi* that  M. Petersburg, March if.—The gen- 4,1  stall, although declining to gi\e  ,m_  ! -b tails insists .hat the rumors ut .t-1♦ i to den. Kuropatkin arefalse, ho ing that the issue is mu yei «|t»-udeii. Neithei do the officials con- 1,1 »» tbt report that Gen. K*nneu-mpff is in imminent danger ut being Hounded, (in the contrary they [profess satisfaction ai the situation G* Hiding in private information lighting Wednesday aion the waul.* front w. U s much less - .ererad i‘ "ojiu.s complete calm prevailed.   ! “kio dispatches announcing that  (, m Kuroki i«? making progress and  * -«i already approached a point four- u  * 11  ‘wiles south of Fushun Tuesday, -bowing that Lieut Gen. Linevitch.  * “tnmandei *u the first Manchurian I  aimy i- again giving way. is the lates; I  . ’•ii worst word which reached St. is*- j   1  burg regarding the situation al the front  "i’ll -lie late of th” gigantic strug f f - between G**n Kuropatkin and Field Marshal (Ram:* probably already do-'| ■-"d nod Si Petersburg waiting I ''Mbless tor news ominous silence  '■♦•-iv. No private <»: press dispatch-I CS giving news of \V«Jnesdays battle haw vet arrived here aud the mere JI: * • that iIi.- curtain is run down, tak-di a  ‘ leaf * ut ot past *x per it me, L • umistii ally Interpreted. There are t gl> nttnors circulating in the streets that the day is lost and that the Kus *>ian army is in full and disorderly re* treat with only the gallant rear guard I fighting off the victorious Japanese Moreover the majority are of the I opinion t hat Kuropatkin has held his Vround as long as possible and that they are unable to see how ii beaten he . an escape utter ruin, at the saiiic iLue all dwell on Kuropatkin** exertive prudence, his refusal to take tim risks of war at an opportune moment being indeed the cause of much censure and the fact that he has stuck to his positions therefore encourages  I Announcement I  O ur  new stock of Dry Goods is now open and ready for your inspection. On account ol the condition of the weather our building is still unfinished. >ut 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 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.  W#P  w/Ofs+'ci/rm/M-  IHfc UULUHAUO CONTEST.  l>*uvr*l A**fcnt)]y VV 111 Probably talk fr or ‘ ^ r * e  b*>« U^forr Voting or»  * oui ut itit** Kt'portn.  Kuropatkin Evacuates His Line of Defense Along the Shakhe River During Darkness.  WEIT HEAPS OF SUPPLIES BURNEO.  lieu. Kurnki Alto Tushlnff the    ___ _   Army Hard—Japaucme Defeat Superior Force of Kocnir at Machuntau Southeast of Mukden—Fall of Mukden Appears Imminent.  Gen. Kuroki’.s Headquarters, March ^—The Russians Tuesday night under cover of Ute darkness evacuated the whole line along the Shakhe river and are now in full retreat northward The Japanese infantry is pressing them closely.  Before retreating the Russians set tire to great heaps of .supplies w’hich burned throughout the night. The fall of Mukden appears imminent. The apanese are pushing the Russians hard on the east.  ilaot intent Superior I orc*.  Tok ic, March if-The following dispatch has just been received from the headquarters of the Japanese armies in Manchuria; Our force which lias been engaging a superior force of the enemy in the neighboring of Mancunian (southeast of Mukden) dislodged the enemy from his position at “ight oclock Wednesday' morning and is now pursuing him northward. Kuropatkin’* Forumurite*lion*    Op**u.  St. Petersburg, March 9.—The Associated press is now in a position to positively deny the current rumors that Gen. Kuropatkin’s lines of communications have been cut. Wit Ii in an hour a cipher dispatch from Kuro-patkin to Emperor Nicholas, containing a report of the day’s operations fun arrived and is now be ing transmit- i “‘d to I sarskoe-Selo. Its contents are unknown except that Kuropatkin at nightfall .sifli held Mukden.  The Associated press hears from a high source that the position of the Russian left is critical. Compelled by (he failure of Gens. Oku and Nogi to crush the Russian right Tuesday Field Marshal Oyama again transferred the weight to his right and Gen. Kuro-ki succeeded in driving a wedge between (Jen. Linevitch’s main army and (Jon. RennenkampfT’a corps which is Hie extreme left. The latter is declared be in grave danger of being cut off ar surrounded.  lVnvi*r Col March if —The general assembly of Colorado, meeting in joiut convention ti* consider the gov ernorship coutc^t between James ii I eabody and Alva Adams, discussed Wednesday the foul reports submit- I zeus (♦NI by the contest committee    j    Forty  Under the rub** adopted by the joint committee ten minutes are alloted to Drfeatra j iiu h member to discuss the reports and  Brotherhood of Locomotive En finer. have sent a letter to Mayor McClei land in response to his suggestion ot Tuesday, stating that they arc* wiling >o consider any proposition that ma.' bring about an amicable adjustment of (he strike The suggestion of Mayor McClelland, which was sent to binh the interborough company and ti* strikers, was that adjustment of th trouble CH* trusted to him personally or a disinterested committee of < iti-  he is preparing for  striking motormen have    applied for their old positions on the subway and elevated lines and have been put to work according to an an    -------i    *tiuii    i>«“    in    worn    according    to    an    in  any mend* r is permitted to yield his [ nouncvraent rn rn Ie at the offices of Mu* time to another RflTUi i on toll    I    rHnrli/kt*<oi..L       •  time to another but none can talk over *-<( minutes. Then are 1*7 members and the debate may continue for three days.  After an hour.-, session the Joint < “mention took a rec«*ss until Thursday morning A vote taken Wednesday established the fact that none of the reports submitted by the’ contesting committee would receive a majority of (he votes at the present time  Un a motion to sustain the chair's riding on a point of order, the* vote* showed th*- number of Peabody’s sup I curers pres*mi to be 42 while against bim there w*-re 52 votes with three absentees.  BIG IOWA FIRE.  Interborough company ii was also said . —    «nei  ar the company s office that, although J la 1  vanquished th< h* avy fog had interfered to .some* * Ii is simiflri  treat counter-stroke such as he I Planned at Liaoyang but flinched beet* when Iren. OrloiT'g corps w us rushed The situation at Liaoyang is »>w duplicated with the turning move-tent reversed Kuropatkin bchin.i s.rung works is holding the Japanese <■ titer and right while * c.nc*ent rai-i»g f«>r a blow at rh.' Japanese turning ‘‘ n  on the plain west of Mukden  1  •“Sc* who still | in their faith to Ku ro)atkin declare he must have concen-(nre.l all bis res* r \ ,  s  on his right  ana     lie    has been waiting  br the moment when the Herculean « forts of the Japanese to crush and envelop that wing will be exhausted, i order to launch a blow which will dit-armine whether he is th - victor or  PALL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by Day or Week.  tttisfaot i°n Guaranteed    i) rta * re-  * u    nest of Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave..    -     Phone    M   mrrwaut rreal t’o«ii|»;«ny' M  I'lantat < «-ilar Ha pld* To tai 11* l»*m n.v.-.l, < *» u *ln c  » i.tiH* of b 1,5oo.ooc).  Cod ax Rapids, la. March 9 One-man t brown from the sixth .story of a building to the pavement was th*- only fatality in the $1,500,CXM) fire which took place in this city during ; Tuesday night in the American Gere-aJ I Plant J cill ii Safely, the- night watchman. had gone to the sixth story of the Hull house to examine Hie condition of the floor when an explosion occurred. Safe 1> was either thrown out f th*? building or else jumped to the pavement below. H e  wils crushed yond recognition.  i he fire was .still burning Wednesday morning and eating its way through dhe ne w mill 150 feet of whic h had already been destroyed. The whole structure is doomed The entire lass will reach $1,500,000. while th.* official list j of insurance as prepared amounts to I $:JOO.OOO.  I The fire departments from Belle Plain, Vinton and neighboring points are here assisting tho local force to confine the flames to the cereal plant.  i n rec en Karen were poisoned at Lawton, Ok., by drinking buttermilk wfc!?h had been left In a tin vessel.  .ie  th** heavy fog had interfered to some extent with the operation of trains on the elevated lines, the service showed marked improvement in all directions Conditions in the subway were perceptibly improved during tho forenoon I rains, well-patroni/.ed, wa re run at regular aud frequent int* reals and there was almost **ntire absence ut de Ih> and confusion. There was still » scarcity <>l platform room at many sta Hons.  rile executive committee of the in-terbo rough Rapid Transit company J«tter an ex**eutive meeting Wedncs-, day announced that a letter hail been i 'Ut to Mayor McClelland in reply to I Hi** mayor’s letter offering to act as arbiter in which the executive com-' unit*-*- thanked the mayor for his offer t>u! added that the company had noth ! itig to ai bitrate.  lh**  THE DOMINION TREATY  Mc**i«ff M  of th,, »-r,„i.l.*nt nu  s *iih|«-**t Ma.I* I’nbllc lt r  tti-‘“**nt»l*».  Washington, March !♦ The .senat* in executive ;.es.* ion We dnesday mad-iHiblu the second mss?sage of Presi dent Roosevelt on the Santo Dominro treaty, it says that the Dominican interests demand action bv the sensu al the earliest practicable moment-  that the treaty is at the ernest re.  quest of the Dominican republic » 0 af \ ford her r.*li*‘f and will hension of foreign a -quarter. It sa vs th-* benefit not only Sin'    ,  also tho Cn'f.il s , stability, order island. The ira-offers the ont* t ''ollectlon of fr-* • < protecting J”pt and Americans ap Domingo's need of ful and friendly nan  O' I  -r-  It is significant that Gen Dragom->*5ff. Russia’s greatest strategist, now at old man whom the emperor has  * lied upon  fu acl as hls mililary   alviser, has openly joined the ranks of I'ttropatkin’s critics, going to the exult or defending (Ten Grip pen berg’s course in an article in the military “ban. This is interpreted as sealing Naropatkin’s fate if the battue has rue against him. Un the other hand a victory would confound the detrac-t.rs of th,* commander-in-chief and ctte him an unassailable position Public interest is at a higher pitch ttan at any time during the war. From dfori nt motives every class is hum cger to learn the result of the battle Gimps surround the bulletin boards ad th.* evening editions <>i ihe news ppers ar** snatched from th*- hands  0 the newsboys  FOUND NO STRYCHNINE.   W , rWnc,H ‘° *’ollre Authorities |„.,, T R „. nior. K^ffitrUlnff F.„,i| Ilir  , lf  Hi Stun font Ken I (I rncr.  8:m hYancisco, March 9. The polico ■utborities have deemed it ne* essary  1 deny tile persistent rumors afloat (tat they found strychnine in Mrs. -a’llord’s resit!* nee here. Acting Chief J Police Spinate and Captain of De-tcttve Burnett have given .nit the mowing statement;  “I hereby certify that to the best my knowledge and belief the inves-mition in this city of th** death ?rs Stanford has failed to result „  »• finding of any strychnine whatever C cr at the residence of Mrs Stanford elsewhere.”  * lie private detectives engaged in the  *  lls() (1 cn> that they found .Ison on the promises.  the Touch That Sells  Our Shoes for Women. Tho designer's touch and the shoemaker'* touch, touch your feet and pocketbook lighter. They are especially strong in modern sty lent) d travel .n (ho he^t society  Model Bakery  »  U  • • • •  Ev. rviliinu- ir.K.il  aiuavs  |, ani) fhe   'KhI.-I HiiU-o. Hr,‘:„l.    I',,.-. c, w 15^r  * iimli. -. Im,-. hi,,| ,,„| MK i te t |^  lM ,, r „ B  ..„  any  i n Rock Island railroad has given v. rs for new equipment to coat 15-(Kl.OUO.     #    

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