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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 9, 1905, NUMBER 308 S SPRING FEVER! Walk in our store and you'll soon have the fever, and yet this is but an indication of what we expect in the next few days. TYPHOON new weave that has every appearance of wilk, pet yard, only..... surprisingly pretty hue of Ginghams for school dresses, exceptionally good values, at pet BEAUTIFUL, A. P. C New coloiinRS, new patterns, at per yard, only AMHERST medium and dirk color, n spleruud iotmt cloth, sells regularly at lOc, our price, PR1NCIPA 30 in. wide, splendid patterns, all htfht, also ALBION CHEV1O P, good color-, me dium dark, the tiling feu s' school per only MANCHESTER PEHCALS-ln medium nnd ISLAND PERCALES m fnl clean looking pittern.s, in all the above made with the new finish, per yard, only LADIES in in bolt, an elegant the ivasonable price of, per >ard VERY Sheeting, Heady Made Sheets nnd Pillow Cases. Don't think of coming to town without coming to Pillow Tubinjr, Ktaropatkin Evacuates His Line of Along the Shakhe Riv- er During Darkness. CONTEST. limerml Aurmblr Will i'rnbnblr Tbne on SftEAT HEAPS OF SUPPLIES BURNED. Ota. Karakl AUo Army Defeat Superior Force of KattaT mt Maeiiantau Sonib- eMt at of Mukilcn Ap- pran Imminent. Gen Kuroki'.s Headquarters March 9 Russians Tuesdav night under ot the darkness evacuated the whole line along the Shakhe river and are now in full retreat northward The Japanese infantry is pressing them iloael> Before retreat IFIK the Russians, hU flre to great heaps, of supplies which burned throughout the night Tho fall of Mukden appears imminent The apanese are pushing the Hussions hard oa the east Defeat Suuorlur I ort  the (iiinnt that Oen Kuropall in's Unta of   the joint committee ten minutes are allotod to each member to discuss the reports anil any member is permitted to yield his time to another but none (an talk over 20 minutes Then- are 97 inombtii s and the debate UIA> continue loi (lino days After au hour t. HPSSIOII I he Joint contention took a recess until Thurs- day mornini? A vote taKcn Wednesday established tho fact that none of the reports submitted bj the contesting committee would receive a majority 01 the votes at the present time On a mottOQ to sustain the ihiurs ruling oa a point of order, I lie voU ehoweel the number of mip vorters pretora to bo M while against bini there wort1 votes with three BIG IOWA FIHE. Little Improvement m the Strike Situation on the Interbor- ough Roads. General Staff Insists That Rumors of Disaster to Kuropatkin Are False. MEN SEEM CONFIDENT OF WINNING. to Offer McClellan. Hut Vlulenee Horn Hepnrtttil More Sfirlnnn l.lrut. Havn Takon BUT PEOPLE ARE VERY PESSIMISTIC. Now YoiK riu- semnil ol the .strike ou the mtbwav nnd flo- uitiMl lines showed eonsldeiable un- piovcnient s londilions 1'iatus were uiu the subway and ihe Sixth avenue clcnated line watt kepi OIKMI with a laiget iiumbei tiatus than llrsl peo- ple lirnui and hesitalod to ride em the loads effected li> I ho strike but between S !0 uiul eieloiK when tlu> downtown uibli was at iu, height Ihe public hoiian lo the- hope- snos', eajtlnn i hi OMM taxed siiitaec> IIIH.S and e-agerne ss to got lei biisinesH overeaino tiinielit) Mobt of the made tanl> gcKid tune but tho long stops at stations uiul careful running Indicated that tht- eeiniimtiy Wrta takint; no risks On the whole- the mult rgiound sit mod in better condition tliaJi at the same) bom tho improMMiie nt iu Hit lutciboi cuuh'- sen Ice much ot UK clown tiallli was taiiitii (hi suitute linos C and Street IVppe'i pie side nl d Associntioti n employes e onlv nilshlng IJCMII VVexlnosdav fur tlj tor sure I ficd with the Mtuation suio It'h a irn dissatisflt ti with tin ol >lu arc going to We will make llio am ontnol> satit. o contluslon 1 ot tin A mrrlcuu t I'liiiilnl (oilifci HlkfkUlH lutiilly t nusini; of Otdjj Uiipidh la Man li "i One man thrown Iron thp sixtli stuiy of a builUius to the pavenieul was the' only faUilltv in the lire which took piai o in Uiih eily ilnriiiK niijlit in the Arnorhan C'ereal [ilant lohii Daftly the walcti- ul to the sixth .story ol Itii Hull houBo te> examine the condi- tion ol tho door an e xplosion oocurrcel cml of' the> building or else jumped lo tho below Ho was flushed >ond recognition The flre was still burning Wednesday morning and eating its way Ihmugh the new mill feet of which had al- ready been destroyed. Tho whole struc- ture Is doomed The entire loss will rejach while the official list of Insurance as prepared amounts lo The flre departments from Belle Plain. Vlnton and neighboring points are here asBisting the local force to confine the flames to the cereal plant at Ok., by drinking buttermilk bad been left In tin TeweL pol lit? and will mal o a tei Coin nnsiioner Me Adoo o have counseled oriler tho strike and if I one of tho hlrikera is giillt> of violence i he 'hould be punislu d bj the organl-a I tion and sent to statt prison Any vio lonco done so far has been done In sympathizers and not by I t he n, Ttn uv. ssa or failure c' tno -strike dopendi on public opinion We have public opinion uov. and wlll hohl it Tho ofllnals of tho As of Klw trie and Street railway thc> locnl ials of the hiothorhoocl of locomotive KnijIniMrs have sont a lettti to Majcu hvnel in resixmse to his huggistlon ol Tuesday, stating that they are lo consider an> proposition that nlxiut .vn amle ilile adjust iient ot I ho The sugKCStion of Mavoi iMtriolland vvhich sent, to both llio InterboroiiKh e.onipan> and tlso strikers VMLS Ihal Adjustment of ttn double trusted to him ot u elmnierested lommittee of citi ?ons Forl> sinking (iiolormen ai> plied for their old positions on flu1 subway and elevated lines and havo bcHin put to work according to an an IIOIIIK i-mont mode at tho offices of the Interborough compan> U was also said at I ho company's office that, although the hoav> fog had interfered to some oxtent with the operation of trains on tho elevated lines tho seivito showed inaikod improvement in all directions Conditions In tho stibwav were per- etptiblv improved tlnrlnf? the Trains, well d run at logulur ami frequent intervals ami then was almost entire absence ol d  sla lions The executive eommittto of the In- terborough company utter an oxtwittvo merting Wedncs- ilav Jinnouncod that n loiter had been (t) Mayoi McClelland in reply to tlio imijOi's letter offering to nit us ailnle-r In which the tlxocntive> e om- niilloo iliHtiki tl tho inujor for his ejffor lidded that tho com nan v had notli IIJK lo uibitrate THE DOMINION TREATY Noronil of 1'rt nlilfint on tho t Mii.li> llr March -Tin ,e.riUt in e'Koe M> '.ion We tine .stijy mule liuhhc the1 he message I'rosl elonl tho Sinto Uominuo Irc-alv It bRjh Ihnl the1 Dtnninlt an in- toi elpiTi.inel action the stnite nt tJio in tun on 1 that tlir trcvily Is nt the' i IB quest of (ho Dominic m it p to ,if- loicl her n'llpf nnel will i >n henaion of foielpn i i quaitor It s th t i heneflt not onlv nlio the Unite d S T stability ortlor t taland. The rrf c the nv i "Ollertlon of Trim! i' n i> nrotectlnjR Just 11 i i and AmfM'lonna ill imt i u Domingo's UK nid ot1 a e >r- fOl nr.H r. Heine Wurmlr C'rltlclied for KxceHlvo luperor'n Military Mow tleo. 1'nb- llc Flt.-li, fat. IVteisbmg, MaiUi tien- ''Uil siull ullbougb dee lining to give ilolmls insists ihai the Illinois ol tlisnslii to Oen Kuiopatkin aiolalst d'tlniint, (liat tho i-.suo is not voi tlo- t Itli d Noilhii tlei Ibe otllciaN coll lulu llic that li( n lie nlHU 1 iinpff it, in imminenl i tjl bcint, siiiiounded On the continix satisliu al the sitnallun in puvato inloimution tin1 lighting alonj, Hu VNheili tionl w ih much liss and .u pomus Miniplelt (aim I ok 10 dispute IKS announcing (hat   is in lull and disorderly to- treat with onlv the gallant icat guard fighting off the vutoiious, lapanesp Moreovei the majoiity me of the opinion that Kuiopatkin has held his i-iouiHl as long as possible and that they are unable to bee how it beaten he i an escape uttei mln at (ho same LUue 0.1! dwell on KuropatMn'e e pi udenco, his refusal to take the lisks of war at nn opportune mo- ment being indeed the cause of much e ensure nnd the fact that he has BtueA to his positions therefore encomngos the dope that ho it. preparing fur a irreit eonnlei stioke such as he planned at Llaojnng but flinched be- 'oro when Gen Otloffh corps vv is pushed The situation at Maovang us duplicated with the tmninR niovo- V nt reversed Kuropatkin behind s'rong works ih holding the? Japauebo and right nhlle iip a blow at tin lapunoe turning cilunin on the plain west of Mukden Twtso who still pin i heir failh to Ku rojatkln declare be1 must have concon- trlted all his lestivos on his right flink anu that be lias been waiting the moment when the Herculean i forts of the Japanese.' to (rush und i ivelop that WIIIK will be exhauMoel ii order to taunt h a blow which will djtarmine whetlu-i he is tin.' victor or tic vancjuished II is sipnifioani thai Oen Dragom- Ii3ff, Russia's greatest stiateglst now old man vvlunn the emperor has tjled upon to act as his military divisor, has openlv joined tho ranks of luiopatklns ill'Us, going to the tiu of defendinc, Giiiijienbeig b ctmse in an aitielo in the military This it interpreted us sealing 1-cieip kUvin s luie a the batttle hat, 1'ijie against him On the other hiinel .vvutoiy would the clelt.u- tirs ol the i ommnnilor-in-chiet and kte him an unassailable position publiL is at a higher piteh tlan at any turn during the war Prom ellTeri nt motives e'verv elabs is most c ger to loam the icsult of the battle Coups bin round ihe biilletin boaids the evening editions ot tho news ppers --niitthod tioni ihe h.inds o tin uovvsl'uv __ FOUND NO STRYCHNINE. i Announcement i QUR new stock of Dry Goods is now open and ready for your inspection. On account of the condition of the weather our building is still unfinished, but 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. HO I'rilllrlnco Hu- mors I. Flmllng of riilKnn at .Stuiiford Sin Francisto March 51 The point) luivo doomed it neeess.uy i deny (ho peisistonl Illinois .illoat ttit they loutid sliychnino in Mia lesliUntp Acting lnot Spillano and Captain ot I3itine.lt have given out Hie I GHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed Sale Stable. Horses Boat ded Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed Hest of Service. Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave.. Phone 64. The Touch That Teds is the Touch That Sells Our Shoes for Women. The designer's touch and the shoe- maker's touch, touch your feet and pocketUook lighter. They are especialh strong in modern and travel m the society. CHAPMA Mateme nt "I hereby certify that to the best n my Knowledge and beliet the inves- i? it ion in this t Hy of the death of Nw Stanford has failed lo result in ie finding of any strychnine whatever, tliot at the residence of Mrs Stanford ol sow here 1 ho private detectives engaged In the Uso deny that they found any on the premises i nt KOCK island railroad has given filers for new equipment to coat 0.000. Model BaKery, flung sarood to eat on hand at the Modot Hukorv Itre-td. Pie e, Ktc. >IH> him the J. A. iSLINQER, Prop. The Ada National Bank, TOM HOPE, President. JNO. L. RARRINGER, Vice President FRANK JONES, Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD, Aist Cashier Capital Undivided Blanks Furnished 'and Ftinittancei Made to the Govern- ment on Toy n Lots. ADA, CHICK ASA W NATION, IND. TER.   

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