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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 I UK X'K\\>  ..v KS I HK MOWS Willi,K I I > NKWS  THE ADA tVENINCTNEWS.  THE NEWS  DELIVERED AT 10c PHR WEEK  V v I i., V' .'I .■ x  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORI. PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVENING, MAR. 18, 1905._  NUMBER 316  v§; -*§^    •"*  ‘I MENS' FURNISHINGS!  &    BUCKEYE    PANTS.    $  Made Well. Look Well, Wear Well-  $2.00 to $6.00    '  THE RED CROSS STORE.  Joint Session Casts Three More Ballots Without Result and Takes Recess.  Gov. Adams, of Colorado, Ousted and the Former Governor Sworn in.  New Hats  Our New St:IT null Suit Hats me Strictly I p  to I bite:  $2.50 to $5  $6t  •Yr*  SI6NS OF A BREAK TOWARD PARKER  The St Foul*    Man    Itfi'flved    .IA  Vote* Oil I hint Hallot Homo* rat* ti* -amin l.oy ii t«» Cockrell — laten*** Interest Manlfestetl In the Kcsull Woald Ta* ('mnlliUtM.  RESIGNATION MAY BE WITHDRAWN  New Gold and Silver Shirts. New Scalds. New Hosiery, etc.  Sp  $  **• », *  ('halramo Fairlea, of ^he Republican State t'oiaailttee Dei-larea Peabody Will Hold the Oltlet" (Sov. AdtoM Surremlered the 11 Wire tVareahlv Hut Felt Outraced by the Action of the Aneinldy.  A new line of Trimmings just received from New Nork, including Hands in all colors for wash dresses, from O'* to 25c per yard. Chiffon and Silk Bands, suitable fur silk and fancy dresses, from 25c to$2.50.  $  OHS PP/OP  The Old Idol of the Rnssian Private ^ Soldiers Supplanted by Gen. Linevitch.  RECALL IS AN U'.PARALELLEO REBUKE  ^jltta Single Word of Frat**** \<.mh*,*f«*d the Dvpotrd t'«*mii»ander Who I- A Ordered to Bet urn to>t. Fete r^ bur e I orth-ulth—Emperor NU lioLu  l *huw» No  s isn of VIrldlng.  a is With the [hi* libris and jpZ ->-L‘ hcnkcn. Gen. Knropat-■.{ the private soldier.  St. Peter-buri,. MSI Japanese* hanging on Urn iv ; ’Jjg rem)# »q -defeated ftubsian ar in  kin. the old idol has been ti ism lr  and disgraced and  opera! rn n a  lisgraee is vv  tm t a  Gen Ll nevi’«eh. , mn an I army is appoint'd V'Timam! oi al! In  at-., f n ( ■  The word letters in ’he ! gazetted which word of 5-raise ai rumor tea -  K • relies ! The R <ontam <rn ii. r buke VY war t • unci! I plant K ’  he first         ■fed I:    tim in          in kin    id and j      .ga:    t i*-t    I a pas.      ri! ’    t * 'ii in    large |      im I    >v ria I    order I      S T    ne a    single I      di>    pus* >    '>f the ]      had    I ask* '    J TU be j      mil    it ary    annals j          i rn p* r    sa! r* - j      IIH'    VII ti    ii th* ‘ t (I S’ I ]'- I          th'- \    I ii den     tine or Hie nu i roan is mreitened n not already cut and Chinese bandits are even reported to bo In the rear of Harbin \ consummation of the Mukden disaster .s feared Naixd*'on s ;ht m the letreat from Moscow with K ituson s Cos ii Us harassing the ’ starving Frenc hn - ti was hardly as bad or dangerous  Nothing furth* t has arrived from th* front but it is feared that thedecimate. battalion which had hardly re*'overed from P  1  ieiiu rn i aition of the Milk .din retreat have again been thrown in -    « >nt is ion ' Field Marsha  J Ovum a - relent I* s. merciless pursuit I The office greatly fears that more Of th* siege and field guns which Kn-j ropa?kin manag'd to save at Mukden I have I ms n seu ri treed in the hurried tilt:hi from Tie t ass The question of I aiTirnur. ’iou and food is also vital a-| ii is . ii own ‘tit tin Russians wee rcompelled u> ' urn further stores at I Ti** pass when the commissariat was only beginning to feed the half-fnm-ished troo] s when the new retreat was unbred Rut even in the face of the possibility I the complete J <s efi,> ami' me th.* admi' * - ta t Vlad.ivt -1- \    -    a    n ad,  the emperor shows ne*  in-.:.  \v a r nrooe  Pre pal  dim  pc ossihly 'lulls »>f ; -int inuim th it- e\  Jefferson City, Mo., March lh. I he intense interest that was centered on the first ballot taken Friday in th* joint session of the legislature on the election of a I tilted States senator was of no assistance in briming the deadlock to a toons, as both Nietlrim halts md Cockrell held their strength and the vote was not decisive. L I • Parker received a boom in that lie was given the supjoort of the Kerens fac» i lion. The first change came when Senator Fiisbv. a Kerens man. voted - for Parker. Senator Nelson, di’tuo-| erat, who threatened t«> get into line J with the republicans, remained trite to Cockrell. May. Bitting* r, a Kerens leader, also joined th* Parker force*. Representative Lyons, republican, of Kansas City, in announcing his vote. said lie had de- id*'*l after due deliberation ti* have tin* caucus nominee, Niedringhaus. ll. wanted the party to be harmonious. It it did not g* t together tiler*’ would la* nothing but desertion and fa* tFinalism as th** result. Lyons then voted for Maj. NVH ham Warner Representatives Moss anil Mooney hun also voted for Warner. The vote resulted Cockrell, 82: Nied ringhaus. f.8; Phi’aer. JI; Wartier, J lotal voting, ITT necessary to a choice >y One pair was announced. \ sec-ond ballot. making the aith taken. was then ordered In taking the so**md ballot the Kerens men again -1 ***** I solidly for Par ber. and Cork eel I - ' supporters r -in aln cd staunchly l\ him The thirl ballot show-**! th* I* - of one \ot«* from Niedringhaus’ supe* rt in favor of Parker. The cote -food: Cockrell. S2 Niedringhaus, t* Parker, '    Warm r  ll. Th * joint session then t<K)k a recess tmtil 7:30 o'clock  When the joint session convened Friday R* presentat i\ ** Bigg of St Ijouis. humorously introduced a resin* ton providing tor a tax Of J" runts *>n “each gent I en: it who ha bis senatorial lightning ’od up." Presiden McKinley nf. tt* i th. resolution to tho comm it t ♦ •* on .wa nip I a n*I -  SHIPPERS WILL LOSE.  a  11 riiidr**d- of < *r«* of I mu timl V rerUbl* ** Hotting on til*' I rn- I. - it  I ii-. \ iii;*-v  Denver. Col. March IS. James ll I'eabody Thursday won ins contest t*>r j int* tome* of governor from which he retired on fanuary IO after serving j a term of two years, hut his victory was achieved only after he had given j his pledge to resign and surrender j til than to Lieut, Gov. Jesse F. Mc-^  I '.maid.  Gov. Adams, who had spent the day packing Ii is effects, surrendered kl-' ofli* e to Gov. Peabody shortly atter th < o'clock Thursday afternoon. Scores ut letters, telegrams and telephone messages had reached the ex i . nth* chamber during tho day urging Gov, Adams to hold his seat by force but he decided to ignore theis ad-vice. la conversation he said he felt outraged at th** action of the general assembly and expressed surprise that Mr. Peabody should become a party to what he termed a conspiracy to secure th** office of governor for a manwhohad in* claim whatever for the place. Gov. Peabody was escorted before the joint assembly l»y a committee after th* adoption <>i the report and resolutions restoring him to tho office *d governti. He was greeted with cheers. The Math of coffle* was administered to him by Chief bisti*.• Gabbert. When the applause following this ceremony subside*) Goy Peabody thanked th* members of th* legislature for having “done their Inly** and assured them that their action would meet ny itll th* approbation of their constituents j ll*- said that his election would *1*' j away once for all with criminal oleo-j lions and ii tin- en*! was attained a great good would come to th* 1  state.  The uppermost question in legisla- J me and political circles is whether (Joy I an ic > ll Peabody will repudiate ins r donation, which was written it advance of the action of lite general ;Bomble decinting him entitled t* tit* office. fur i'"< pm pose of influencing republican rn urn liers who woubl not otherwise vet for him. but who wished t*» phi* 2 Lieut. Gov. Jesse I*. M* Donald in the governor's chair. That Mr. Peabody ga\* ids pledge to resign wit ii in 21 hours after ills inauguration is positively Mum n by scores ->f members of th** legislature ami I <ah* * •  Laces.  A i ir*r*» variety of styles in Valencienes, Torchon,  ()riental and Yak lycees.  Si e ial lot of Laces and Hoi broideries    4c.  Special lot Laces and lim broideries    10c.  Special lot ladies* Linen Handkerchiefs,    5c.  Special lot of children's Handkerchiefs....... Ic  Collars.  New turn-over collar:?, from 10c to...................35c  Fancy stock collars th** Charlotte, Cornily and other new' -tyles. from 25c to....................08c  Sterling Silver Novelties.  Stick Pins    15c  Shirt waist sets 25c to 98c Sash Pins 6sct©9*c* Hatpins    25c  Belt Buckles 3?^c to SLOG Side Combs 10c to 50c  An elegant line of Wrist Bags, all new styles, from 25c to $2.98.  Only a few of the Novelties carried in our up to date Dry Goods Store have been mentioned on this page, but if you will call we will take pleasure in showing you a full line whether you wish to buy or not. Yours to serve,  ____________________ a  sJ/se.  CHITWOOD  TRE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE j CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  and it i  L  Na  Lr  Hi  > t - j  IU  M. »?oh#*fill    *•-  I os*’pl i. Mi' . Mardi I  v  J**’ .on iii* -i tit . t tile TootU’-Lf ional bank, db d at his home  Say mot aim: He w as 72 years was on* et ‘it’ 1  pioneers of St, [p having < ne r u> d from K* tit  tutu  I m t  I' f ‘ J OS  t he day turin  > Auge ll nil loss It >f a par  ill SOHI*  prim ip.il in the d* e to aud  Mar  iii  \rrr*.tt*U lur iii Iom * Kniibt'r) .  ‘Indepemi* ii* <• Kau.. March I s  Fred an*! Jake Batler hav*» been arrest*.! her** hargeil v. i a t ubbing a store it; Montprlier. bi last October. Tiny have been working on a pipe line her under the I mte < f Miller. Th' y a- • SOU?- * I w> alt! \ ' a rents  An (astern ymiiiate has on en ; $i  ..... ;i r '■ Stratton Mims  ■'era th** _ i,*Ys Alist tiffs are of Thms-•f railroa*! by reason  *)t till* storm ti Sunday ami .Monday lier r d o: < ar> ut tirange; It inturn v . t tahbs and iit!.< >! * perishable freigiit d«‘stine*l frt-ui soiuIoth (’ahlurnia to points east ami north are praetieiilly rutting on side tracks while similar trainloads of stippli* s stir tlii* territory ars lied up at \ariom points on tin* Santa Fe east el Is t ami en ti • oui Ii '■rn Paeiiie in. th. nun ii.  I lk •r.s am nine i of foe am lit--at ion o iis t ny lay ami orange:  us h-pro -  HOMEWARD BOUND.  J    GEN. KU ROP ATK IN.  disaster the derision t< < (  afer tm* task | of saving tim remaim!* r *i  r  fie i' iuy on Ivinevit* b in tin ■ • ry midst <d bs; flight although bruit.-d ; i nr-'la' id rtit j came els a surprise.  it transpires that Fvo- -ror Nub tins upon the adv ic of G*ti I iragorui roff and War Minister Ka  1  iv<oft deter-mined that tile Si**p as ti«*e.ssary when it b”< ann* an; inuit I I’ is*-'day morning that Kuna a: un lid** concentrating tor a stand .u Mi** nu -seemed unaware that th* Japan*-* fiad  gir or;  ib rant if ally    d    din    s*    if    u.  prig***i    * kl r --or, ; br en hi b    a  Grip*M.b* rg regarding Kuropatkill failing merit t rd » nnu im ’ ‘ rtltl r th < r* un- st tr    it  was eonsid* r« * ‘et en tiv«* *n . a w of  int denied bv Iii - f  •ii. mis N**\ el t ii ’■ IL R Fairley * bairmau t th*' t* puldi* ati state **oni-j mitt*’*' has ttt tu K intimated that I Gov. I Na b< aly \\ !! t.ot r**sign and that hi> r*signnt ion. w I * i * Ii yyus pin* * d in tho hands nf \\ K Boynton for tiling w itll th.* • < i *    ’    is y    us stat*', was mete  A t * * 111: * * i \ • ‘    ii    w Kl I-    withdrawn.  Gin Beal***.!' him “lf is non-eonimit tai on lh- <rihjr< t < i' his resigna?i*Yn. tmI ly ;.Ying h* is “in 'he hands of  I is ‘rn nd- ’ and will do what* v»*r i- ;  deni i*>d to b*‘ for th* be-1 interests *>! tin* r*»piibli*an party. To a messag  II tun ft 'n rids    in    \ > tot    inquiring  ll tiler he    intend* *1 to    resign, th*  gov* ruer r» plied “lf they want my resignal ion they ran ha Yr it.'  Positive u-sui am es it.iv*' been given !>\ prominent r**mibliean:    wile sup  ported Peabody earnestly during he-( oui* st tor * 111 i * ■ ( that his resignation will be til I and Idr’tl Gov, M< Diuiald bt .-worn in as • ov« moi. d’he i*tt. lid **d rsignati* ii. of whiili W K. Boynton w ;p mad« en-do Jinn, .y ut I dfi s-. rd t * .Mer rota I y 'n\\i«* and rea*u as follows “I hereby e ■ der my rs’unation - gov . t nor oi C'dot ido, ti* take *d * t im mediately  Ht I IHcU irJ viUiYh-UblUN.  l ir-t O. titlls ..r ti*. * tSine itt lit* ISi-h l»*r th** .I * pun * •>*    < t»n« t ii ■ I **h IC*!..*'Pt  ! ,',*• Yin, i i.ii i.t.  O  r°’ +  +  +  r.O:  "SY"  PAULW. ALLKN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Bounded by Day or y\* *u.  Sat is Bui *»: Guaranterd    Best • S \i  Allen Livery Barn  South Fow n st‘ti* I Aves.    *    Phone    bl.     -o-    |      J    i      TIT    *      old              11          \\  t      o-    _i.     The Touch That Tells is the Touch .hat Sells  < lur Shot’s ' t Women. Tho designer’s touch and the shoemaker's toll* h* touch yoni' feel and pocket bouk lighter. They are especially st poi g rn modern styles and travel in toe he-t society  chapman!  JI T-JI j yr tO  1  Lfneviti V ■ brir.g off f buttle c-f  p-i*’ in %vii f(»t hwit it '"'he tan tv i* d raw i t nr of :  <1* intr  a1 odes.  Is ''USI! 1   in ntain  i - g  I Til *  ^■1 -. rn rs J? , AS  MEZ® %  .. J  ‘   v ?'* # ' % i  - d .    ■'    •    N    .  cg&yi  ^.v/  ■ *  fWiMrV^  y *i ‘     ;   ,■ - M■  X    "-ef-v A,'‘  Pk-*fTVZl J 'N  w <  of  P'trrsbnrg  Unevitrh of of the threat ’’arbin is a •” (I in on • ’ir*'W rn ably ut git I ho  ♦ SWOOP  un the  . whole  rn  /  0«09CO#MO* « 9----------  I Model BaKery....  e    I ,v**r vt I ii ug good loe.it alway- on t::.***! *t t  *    Model    Bakery.    Bread. Cake-, Bm**, U >Li«  t’undies Ft*’. See him oppo>ite the t»*^r th*  • J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop. *» ofiK  ’- 4   ;*< rf.53«(*wrt'    i    nwnn.ixiffii  Tlic> .licin't Get Evtm a Jdauuout at tho Capital.   __I    V  VV lim I nHMii**.    (A  ar* it In. - The    niyittty    M  .. .dr ss; d to    I ll** em-    5r  i:t lunar leu which were    ^  cl iii the palace «»t Tsar-    &  . he* u solved, according    a  to a    11‘raid    dispatch from St. Peterr I V  burg. The soiuiion *‘ame about tliniugli    ^  iii*'    arr* a    ut    ti pa »* named    V**rkliov-  : id.    who was    *    x ii imul a few    days ag*  on eomplaiftt tit his fellow pages and declared to he mentally disordered.  John A. Talty wa nominated by the republicans foi Mayor *>l St. IaauIs-  IQ  IE  Hi Pk. Prcsidenl.  FhANK 10NES. Cashier  •ittil Stin k, -divided Frotits,               anc F*r    > it!anc*      mcnt on    I owl.      KA> A    \ \          •Gar     •. L. 84HKIMQER, Vice Pres ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  $uD,ftBtk ‘>0 Oi ii»  h  £  I  i  I  4f  (A  I  rn  **  \, IND. TER.   

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