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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                THE NEWS k" w y. y 1-V s i? V THE ADA LYOilNG NEWS. THE DELIVERS AT lOc PER WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORI: PROGRESSIVE PITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY ETENING, MAR. 18, 1905, NUMBER 316 V' ir MENS' FURNISHINGS BUCKEYE PANTS, Made Well, Look Well, Wear Well. tO New Hats Out Still und holt Rie Mrutly Up to Dntr to New Gold and Silver New Scarts, New Hosiery- etc. Joint Session Casts Three More Ballots Without Result and Takes Recess. SI6NS OF A BREAK TOWARD PARKER The St Hullrouil Man ItPielvoil IK on llilnl Kn- tuuln il to t liiteuHn torxHt In the Itexult The Old Idol of the Russian Private Soldiers Supplanted by Gen. Linevitch. RECALL IS AN UWARALELIED REBUKE t a Mocle n( I mint the oiiuiutti Irr IK. U Or derail to Hi turn lost with Eiupcror at Yielding St Pettisbviio Is the Japaneso on the hetis iuiil urn ot ttie iiiinoaci is rnieaTeneei 11 inn alieadv int and bandits lit even rtpotUd to be in the n lot Harbin ions mmation of the Mnl tlen tlisastt i s tcaied Napoleons ili lit in thi ittuiu liom Moscow with Kutusotts Coss i, i s hamsfeini; the st n luiKhnun hardlv as bsul or dnii-erou- tuithti armed from ilu fiont bm it is ftaml that tin decimatt I litttilum vv hii li hul hatdlv moveit 1 ti >m ilu li nu i l'i Hion of the Mill 1 n Mm it h iv i., un bet n tluovvi1 inio i nfiision Pit Ul Maishil 'iv.xmis ultnlliss nieti iless puisutt 111, vs n odut tc nis that mot. oi tlu sip_i ind (nil tains Kn ropAikin d to save at MuUdt n hive been sniifmd ui the hiiniel The defeated Russian ar -iv Gen Knrupat- Mn the old 'rf tVe solilH i has been dismts-v i and ed and Gen l.inevluh -i mrnainb ot tin tn si is il lu s i i him n manil ot all t KM .1 i 1 in 1 and furies ntm- u inisi lipin lis_i iii vv n n in 1 n i letteis m 'lit It inn nipt 11 i oi lei w hn h nt i s M i sin_le Tvord ot prai-i u I USD s. s thy rumor tli Ki i 't i i i I t I o i rehevpil i n buKe il war 1 1 u i< i' l plant Ki n i Tin 1 i i theht fi om In pass The ni estion of aminnn juiu nd loi d is aho as it Is tilt Russians won eompelh d to tmrti fnithei stolen Tie vv lit n the (oninnssni 1st onh h  lied ih hill fnm i-h' 1 in ,s vv hi n new ittien vv is i d( i 1 I ut t v t n in l In tin ol 111 possll lilt V I 1 III l 0111 pit t I 1 iss I li uluniii I t u I t iln i 1 v i is i M v in I If 1 1 u m v A 1 l Mu st th mpi n in Pi i n i u i lit moi t i dm n  fcfteison Oitv Mo Minch IK The intcnso inl'itst tluil vvys on (hi tlisl ballol taken riiduv in tin loint bt'ssion ol i he in t on the eleition ol n tinted Stales senutoi vvns ot no assistance In tin deailloiU to a locus ns both bans ind (I) held tluil stnnMh the vote was not dnisive I'aiKer leciivul i boom In that In vvns MV en the snppoi i ol the KM ens fai lion Tin fiist i hit n came vv hi n Senatoi Piishv i Keiens man votiil tot Pat kei setiatoi Nelson dlrnio ctal who thitatfiipil lo set into line with the u pnblii uns unnamed titu to Cinkiell Mn Hittinnu a Keiens leinlei also joined tin PniKei lotie-i. Reprebentanve cms lepublican of Kansas Citv in ninoune his vote said he had diiidtd aftc i due delib- e i at ion lo It n vt i be i am us nominee Niediingbuns Hi wanted tin paitv to be haimonious It n did not git loRpthn then would bp nothing but debiTlion and tat tionaiism as the r' Milt the n voted loi Mai linni Wainoi Uepiesontatlves and Moonevbuu also foi Wainci The vote n suited t'ookrell 82 Nied rlngbaus r.S PniKti M Wninoi total votim; 171 ntiessaiy to .1 i hou e One iwn vv is tnnouiued ond ballot the 1 then oi dei eel 1 In taUint; the simnd UuMot the K t- us nun un stooii solidlv (01 1'ai lei mil CoiKiells suppoitiis i 'iiain d slAiuuhlv Iv him The iliii 1 ballot show >d tin Ii s ot ono voti liorn Nli di is in fivoi ol Pn Kei The vote mod PoiKicll S-1 Niodr'nKhaiis H 1'iiUei r. Wiunti 11 joint thtn took a le i ss until 7 W o i loc 1 i When the joint session convened Pudav Hi piesi ntativ t oi si ''XMIIS hum noiish intiodiutd i USD I lution piovitlinc: loi a tux ol 0 nts on onh .ant 1cm n who ha Ins si 11 ilorml n-. i od up Piesnlm HI it 1 UK Ksolntion 10 the i oinmii i i in i IIP 1 mils SHIPPERS WILL LOSE. Gov. Adams, of Colorado, Ousted and the Former Governor Sworn in. RESIGNATION MAY BE WITHDRAWN Hundred, ut nri or t riilt mill i c l i I nil i I h Mi I II HI, I n N ll i ii i 1 in i I i I iv in n inn 11 1 1 i IOM i i s ol si h i i liom K 1 I os li u h IS oils n mini l U In s i i ,nd Iln pm l'ei t H i p IM il l iinim in us li s in s( in hn s t loc I lulls u llii in tp il d I pun uis DI (mis il iv in i In il nu i ih n inn i nlio i I i n Hi lo ind h i in i li i n v In 11 isi n 1 I tin stniin i -Mm I in 1 Minnl iv I lun i ds i t i n s i in ln_r( ildt s in I i n i pi 11 h il li In i-Jn (1( mi d 11 SI nrllC 1 II llllDI ni I 1 I I 01II Is i is! ill 1 ni U 111 IK 11 I (Ih nl' 11 ii I s y, ini, sinn) n hivi 01 in i i pip, Inn In i i "K M'l I'1" s ll" lemtoiv und i Hi' t nn I Millei "I h v n (i I onus on UK i l vvi ilthv niMits j s u i i isi i i h i south An tisiiin vndnate tils oiu-n  n I nov it li nt dl Iln Ii it 1 u bin is el il m n i s n iblv u h lh' v oo on l'u> vfiol Imlrmttu tnlrley, of Republican Dec laren Penbodjr Will Hold Surrendered tlin Ofltoc PiMiieithlr Hut Felt Outraged by the Artiou of the Atmomhly. IVnvoi Col Maich IS l.unes 11 ltdbod> 1 hinsday won Ins lontpsl loi i In otlli i ut Koveinoi fioni which ho Mined on [iimiatv Id atiri sei vitif: ii (inn ol jfius his vietoiy is only .ittei ho liail ins phtlM to lesion and surrender iln (htm in Lieut Icsse V Mi Donald Gov Ailims hail spt nt (he pa lunp his effects siiiiondeiPtl his oflUp to Prabody shoitly ni- Hi five ocloek Thin silav afteinoon -HOI cs ut Mteis tcli'giumb anil tek phone messages hart leaehcd the ex unlive i hambei iluting the day urg ing Vdams to hold his seat bv IOHP but; ho doiidPd to ignoip thels ad- In ronveisatlon he said he felt outraged ut the ait ion ot the general nshembb and esscd surprise that Mi Peauodv should become a party to what he tei mod a eonspli-uy to secuie ihi office of sjovernoi for a manwhohad no claim vv hatev ei lor the place Gov 1'iabodv vvns esioned befoie the joint bv ,i lommittce aftei the adoption ot the 11 poi t and resoln lions lestoiing 'urn to the ofBee ol Jle vuis with cheers rl ho oalb of ofllt is administered to him by C'hiel lust HI Uibbeit When tlu applause following tins1 subsided l'i nhodv thanked numlwis ot tin le_isUtute foi bav lag ilom> theii ,md .issiuel ihem that thru ution would meet Hit aviprohatton ol theii  H I in i( 'i mm in i li i i ul IK in sf iti i om ll i ll 11 Oil 111) IK (I t ll ll l'i ill i h '1 in i i  Hov nton t (Ml I SSI ll t Ills Is toltows II II 1011 's 0V till I III t 111) PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Hoi sos Ho.uded Day 01 isiact Gtiaiantoocl Host (if Si Allen Livery Barn South Tow nsond Plione S it j The Touch That Tells fs the Touch That Sells I Irm lulls of On I ot I U tin flip s n tnodei n and in thc> he-t society INCHAPMAN s Model BaRery iMliing siooil tiio.it always on Inuut ut the 1-- -I I I '.I I I I I -I. I H ilsci Htoul. M, Pipy. Ktc. Soo linn opposito thf post ithc J. A. 1SUNGER, Prop. Didn't a Kanuout at the Capital. John 1'nltv vva, nomnuitiHl by the republicans foi llajoi oL at ioiia! Ban IJ( Ph, President L Viet) FKANIv JONES Cusmcr OKVILLE SNEAO, Asst Castucr v ill i U, I n lu ulinl Piolits, iks l-'cirnishcd .ind K e n ittar i Made to the Govern- ment on 1 own Lots. N -N. TEK. SPAPLRl Ji h   

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