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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 •Iii: NEWS   l,|V|;s  i'hk'neW^  WHILE I i s NKW*  THE NEUS  dkljvekko ai I  IOC EEK WEEK  VOLUME  * * * J I*    't**,;. l-i* *    *■***■■■    ll,    ■•-    »    .    i    „           ^    ^  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A l^GEF. AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY-  cf    ~  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, SATUa DAY EVENING, MAR. ll, 1905.  | MENS'  * Sc  rn  FURNISHINGS!  $  w     BUGKE'E    PANTS,    fife  $ Made Well. Look tfell, Wear Well. S  * $2.00 t> $6.00  Intense Gloom at St. Petersburg i i Oyama Officially Notifies Japanese Receipt of News of Disaster    ^ ar     Office    of    Defeat    of    the  to Russian Army.    Russians.  TNE RED CROSS STORE.  NOTHING HEARD FROM KUROPATKiN. PRISONERS ANO SUPPLIES CAPTURED.  New Hats  New Stiff and Soft hip strictly l’p  ’$■  {Sr*  0    New Gold and Siler Shirts. New  boarls. New losiery. eix*.  Kl*iii oui Vdvertisemei  $  $2.50 to $3  &  'll L.l't I’,u  0/v£p#/££ storms//-  I  &  0  Olttrent of (icnrrnl Muir tttootl Around I) • PURiliif tlir* (ntaittroplir. Sr lining iv Without a Ka* or lloi>«>’~Coun« > il or ft >r iu    I'rofrfo    ut Taarknc-Sri****    I fin  lirtnril at VYmthinctuii.  St. Petersburg March ll. Hied patches of the Kssociated press in I okio anti Vi ii Low I •' r i • I i i \ un lion ii ti iIi.ii Mukden had fallen and dial  1  Japanese had captured thousands prisoners and en»nious quantiti* v stores and .duns <>ni\ confirm the to I ars entertained here. rh® dispute! s.  • u the Assot'tut**iI i»i* s-'' ret • i\I ii  ' Inn    day light having    shown    t at  the trap was sum nu. The annona -men I I iu iii died a ruble end to; ic Russian earnivai week This bein holiday ’in' war office was closed ii he nubile, hundred* o| pr.ijd© .n que e? news besieging the doors in \ai:*. Divide iii* loom was <ntense Officer ood around di> cussing the csttsIrn hhe seemingly without a ray of ho|ie i o cloc*i\    the ©ffii’iM'    of the    gen  aff who    gne^ out    official    dis  Knorin,iii** Uuunlttirn ..r % r in*. Auiuuition. Mild I’roilftioiift I nil into (lie Hand* oT the \ Ii* tori Kit rn pa I Ic in’ii I lrrouted. Ilr-morallr.nl .<t s.ultrrnl Army Try I ii r  11» tie rn pi* Non i, (annot Kr*Ut luing.  Tok lo. \ Ova ma ie  Friday’s ii i  ai IO this j movement gaged in I < complete > tight ii ; i t he vt* im’ i a great nun cpiant u i. visions and is ar pres. the iiittnh* : Fushtin w i se Thin*' d i finite ot  11  Kit Id  as  darshal follow.*, under M e on upptd Mukden ling. Our surrounding Ii ii h We have I cen * n-nn* days past. has now * 1  * ded. Pile tierces I i** at s**\era! place® in M o den Met apt Hi ed • i prisoners, enoi tnous ms. ammunition, pro-  'v ar  i hill  supplies. lo in vie  There i i gaie  \i  t oil  ! att mg  I.  * aperea, In reign eon**  I a group iMnidcnts  wail  and  A  Lurker,  Special Commission to Consider the Subject Will Report to Next  Session of Congress.  WESEN! LAWS TO BE OVERHAULED.  Will Confider I’ropriety of Rentrictiac Kijrht to N.umUiw to Or ttia CourU an i of routine ( •rtlfliatM im Spat ial i*ap„r- Mu, Krqmr,* Return* to Genera! (utu rmiifut.  Wash I listen. Man U ii. rh,* special  ■"; ® ■*- --*•    ■ q \    g*.    *«  lo consider the subject en nu lu r«*oration wil! it is expelled, ie* pri pared Mi submit to congress at the next regu % ac session a full report upon this important subject. The president has show'n a lively iurerest in the matter, not only having  l »efore him a report of federal officers containing many specific instant es of gross fraud and error in connection with the application of the present naturalization laws. bul having himself, while connected with the municipal government of New York city, noted many of these evils Besides internal fraud the insufficiency of the existing naturalization laws has involved the state department in endless lf 'orrespondencc with European governments growing out of cases of doubtful naturalization. Gal Hu rd Hunt, the present chiel of the passport bureau of the stat,* departnmnp who will be the chairman of the new commission, has given much study to this subject and his repor: thereon has been laid ,j before congress It reveals an amazing number of talse. fraudulent, improper and improvident naturalizations and a wholesale forgery and sale of spurious certificates particularly in t-he case of those issued to Italians and Haitians The most primitive ignorance is occasionally shown by the judges ot lower courts on this subject f of naturalization laws  Some of the questions which are likely to come before the* commission are these:    Th**    propriety of restrict  ing closely to certain courts the right to naturalize. A particular definition of the testimony necessary to secure naturalization The idvisability of printing certificates on distinctive paper to . regent <-ounterfeuing and to separate d^ alations of intention from the final certificates The advisability of requiring in the certificates a state-1 rnent of birth and of date of arrival I ^ n this country of Tm* holder And finally th * proprii y of requiring re-turns at stated periods to tin* general I government ot all naturalizations and au^i declarations • i intention to become citizens.  Explosion in powder mill.  KT mt. ice '1'ennes ham! *  I *n»t*r»l «.f lictor H.itr.  sn iiigioi'  Ii  Man I' ail r VV held i  Th«» s>r  I Puhi.,  B. Bate of the senat' idem. mem-  and associate pislk*, s of th, supreme coiift. Th,* diplomatic conks, members of im house of representatives, who arc in the city aud representative® of tie* army wen present and itempled at-* in dig chamber.  I.rupp May Socrrkd 1111« !•««»« k.  Washington. Mardi ll It is .  U)  rently reported in Washington that w hen Ethan Allen Hitchcock retires as secretary of the interior tiis place will be* filled by the appointment of Francis E. Leupp, now commissioner of Indian affairs and until lately a member ut the Washington .    q    newspaper  correspondents.  usi i rn sedately  Kuropatkin ti* , I hut wag all •ady to offer , ho aid in reply absolute ly »t her office correspond*   ;  f<*** his opi  major port Bihlerlim >ff  1  aid be I he situatlo] possible, It topatkin may Ii; fired IO 4 '.(HNI in, three < >rps ai t t“ bring off me .* i my The i *ffi* i arri\ed are being wiie»e t round I  e\ e V n  Gem  cut  mg  v. as  o dispatrhes  anally lie had mat im s. but t< all inquiries: >t bing.**  * ho was ask, of lh,* \xS0i ii «,t lh* report ot the anni' Tui Ka iii bars  said  t i Mn  "*en  day  W-  ugh! that ast night is Ins idea  ated ha’ *s of were nip ider-t ny thin ; tha» Ke  nt VV  They *.v ill  IM*  !elit>ei aiel hulling ! a pantie ii of his si: IMirt; whit I at Tsarsk ar i out  ■ aer!  t WO o i Olde  at tem Ii has  oc-Se1(  New, I  I reliable Russian Mukden tan r» >a,l more Ii , towards of lins'  witi a ■  but no folic bt. Russi it s is ta n means , country treating sinus ma  a    in mpied by i he J a pail-  • i i    tight The fighting con-  ' *‘i::li'> port ii of Ftislmn.  a    M a lr Ii it. Vc* Ending to  tnt lunation received hen* th**  s  ! iving been driven erat <>t •i    I lslujn. and. with the  <n    .ire retreating in a dc-  ‘d ‘ ' it lo,] »,» the hill country | th*    'rib,‘ast Detached bodies j  tai . roughly entrenching vi* v     ' » fbecking tin* pursuit.  r< o    guard Adion is being  I !     ll be impossible for the  < to kef*p up any sort of re-tor many days as there are no t provisioning in the rough tbrough which they arc rots believed that the Rusal tempi to reach Kirin. 22.”>  Miss Blanche Heidel. who has been in St. Louis for the past month tor the purpose of acquainting herself with the latest fashions in the millinery world, has arrived, and is now preparing to show one of the most up-to-date lines of millinery that has ever been shown in the city. Our stock is a most fascinating array of stylish practical hats for present wear. Not too elaborate nor yet too severely plain, but just right for the next few months. We have the Charlotte Cuday and all the latest shapes that are worn by fashionable dressers, and are very attractive. The new tailored hats for immediate wear in all the newest spring colors. Shapes that are becoming and attractive.  Announcement of Our Opening Will be Made Later.  iii progi cam  4t et. jv |K>n i "  been made pi i I K prop at I in xvi land at Ti? pa*^ if erg natural at! and bos id, - ba  flu*  Mr*. Perdu* Denied  Richmond. VU*., March ii county court, after an all-day hearing on tin* habeas corpus proceedings in the case of Mrs Perdue. < barged with murdering her husband. Dr Purdue of Encampment. Wyo her the privilege of bail. and sh** remanded to jail to a wan Git Yfa\ cuit court  Emmett •'•clonal refused  wa;  < if  Will be Tra ut f errata lo ll a rim*.  Paris. March ll The Russian embassy offidals explain Gen Kuropat-kin’s retreat as being pan of  a  settled plan They say the real struggle will occur at Harbin where the Russians will com ,*ntraie large reinforcements .  he Russian arm\  (*ners and also wit* attempt t.* mak* although Gip jd ai   'antages fo. deb  been fortified.  DtMri til* ( ooUruued. Washington March ll Th, .lair department has (delved through otfi • tial sources confirmation ,,f the *ncu-T.ation of Mukden by th* .lapanose.  TALKING QUARANTINE  National ( attle (Tower*’ Delegation Confer* With Secretary of Agr!, alture R r -cwrrttoi: Keculatloae.  Washington. March ii Secretary Wilson of the d«*partnient of agricul-tun>. and Dr. Salmon. Uiiof of the bureau of animal industry of that department. wen* in consultation Friday with .t delegation representing the Cuttle Growers association, relative to th** quarantine regulations of t h»> approaching season under Hic law enacted at flu* last session of congress rim delegation consisted of Messres Murdo MacKenzie of Colorado and Fexas. I*. McCrellis **f (’olorado. C. Kohrs and Baul McCormick of Mon iHiia and \V. G Coms to* k of Nebraska. lh** es|M>cial subject of controversy is Hi.* treatment <*i .attic which have had opportunity for infection from mange which bas given th* 1  department much  < urn cm  CHILDREN CRV FOR IT—BUT—  VV In*,'I ll,iu**** of I’iii• Iv,*v♦* I’ou der < oin-inny ut I aw.’trUt. fit. Rertn« e«t ti* I r vi- til,‘ii! *»  .. I col    Ma    .    h  * tin    via I I, , * j .  'ow<!» ; company a? educed Hie building aiiiscd a prollert y I,  ll. \n explosion *,i the Buckeye Edwards* Friday I- 1  * fragment* and I »ss of $25,OOc.  It  is the custom u» plan* the powder in hug** pan-: into which finding wheels are lowered automatic ally. No one is allow, d in th, 1  building while the grinding is going on. Hjwctators were startled to sc,, a gigantic column of bjack smoke rise suddenly to height rn several hundred feet in the air, tallowed by a deafening sound that was heard five miles away. Tho mill fin several hundred yards from Che rest * lh*  nu <> northeaff of Mukden through tin valleys. Inn a special Japanese colp from i he direction of the Vain river (probably (Sec. K&in ain lira's forces» threatens I© cut them off.  s  Gen Kuroki is advancing northwest Maud u furring the Russians against I Gen. \< cis ai rn \ The casualties on ’j hr*th sid ha\ i i>,, a enormous. The I Russian Ifitli army corps was pra*ti-cally annihilated at rat* hcktan. Eight ho' s ind Russians f«*ll at Leukuanpao  I lie 10,'Mil \re I* verywherr.  Mukden. .March • Delayed The Japanese last night pushed up from the th,* south across the abandoned plain he* ween the* Shakhe and Hun rivers and arc*, as Huh dispatch is filed, a trout five* mibs south ot the latter and from the Hun, opposite .Marhiapu and northward Japanese batteries arc pouring in a ceaseless fire. The Japanese succeeded in cm pin* mg siege guns and mortars at Ditishanf un. about six miles west *»! this cii> whence they opened fir** before dawn Ihiishantun was tile scene yesterday of the Moodiest and most I* sp** rn to fighting ,,f all this ter-ribb* battle It- possession was vital to the Japanese who stormed it again am, again rile Russians dislodged them but t It** Japanese finally recaptured th*‘ village aft#q much hand-to-hand fighting.  Eye witnesses - tv 11»«* dead ‘Uttered in the* streets, court yards and houses hai, been unburied tour days. Rifles anti other arms lie about wenched ami twisted. Hand grenades were thrown by th* Japanese and th** garrison was subjected m th** concentrated fire of as many as a hundred guns. Once Diushanfun in their hands the Japanese can irsin guns on Mukden railroad station and it has been held ai a (rightful cost The Japanese are also concentrating their efforts about seven miles north ut Mukden and about five miles west of the railroad with the object of breaking through and cutting oft ’Ii* surrounding troops below.  A blinding clip! storm 'aas been rag inc since daylight and the day promises to witness ti most gruesome encounter tin* I,'suii oJ whi< Ii n*> on*' here can foresee.  SEIZED THE DIAMONDS  'c*‘»t AltM omlniir XX iil» tit#* .leu I atle,| in I ‘ny I»it t v to t nile  n0ffrGggDSSHO£s>*cwmM&  'Biwtuire raw  CHITWOOD  J  THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOW, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  r  +  *  *  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded by Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Hest    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave..    -    Phone    t*>4  j] ♦  *  rf  The Touch That Tells Is the Touch That Sells  Our Shoes for Women. The designer's touch and the shoe maker s touch, touch your feet and pocketbook lighter. They are especially strong in modern style-and travel in the be-t society  chapman]  RWWMHMIWIWM  ■Mill  M'lmrttspe'n /#****/.    “    ''**  ffwra® feoau—h.«w, Who Clave That Youngster That  *># in.  ii.sc©. March ll. Tw*dvc nihils worth c*l cliamnncl-scizc'd by th** collector **l tins port, laiuis I lei-pi, la I, r a French diamond finn. g ii men I of diamonds from Havana, where he was to hem. From Havana Hon-' to Mexico and thence to this City, when* Ii,' was arrested J mi * ujhhi giving up ti*,,' diamonds ie another agf'tiI et th*' French house, in* was I released and promised immunity from prosecution i*> the firm. Th® collector of customs then seized the diamonds in th*' possession of the agent and now ho tis them in his custody. Hp is about to bring sui® to condemn and forfeit the diamonds tis smuggled goods, on tiny ground that tin* atones were not imported by the owners hut as stolen property. The matter ha* been referred to '(he authorities at Washington for Inefrniotioas.  • Me  K\ort tiling L'ood to oat always on hand at M  the  I  lo I hnkrr.v. Dread, ('tike?*. Pie®, Cookies, I !> " > *    Li■ n opposite the ;■*»-! •'* < ,~  a  rn  e  I J. A. ISLINGER, Pron. PHONE  12*4,  ‘Hie Ada National Bani!  INO L. BARRINGER, Vice Preside »! ORVILLE SNEAD. Ar.st Cashier  $50*IHHL( ......20.200    (I  TOW HOPE President.  FRANK 10NES. Cashier.  Capital Stock, -Undivided Profits. -    -  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern mcnt on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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