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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 mm  ■HK \KW"  ' KS [UK NKWS !  'VIIIKK I ! > NKW ."  IHE NKW ." DELIVKKKl> Al  lilt- PEK W EEK  VOLUME  DEVOTED TO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORI. PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN rSRRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING. MAR. 24, 1905.  NUMBER 4  $  | PROGRESSIVE  ^CLOTHES * *  $  ❖  $•  ❖  *  $  *  ❖  After the sheep has tilled Ins obligation of providing sutlici-ent tine, even wool, and after the man who is bent upon producing a fabric of preM’ribed weight and quality has decided with micro soon e. chemical UMs and a series et prac-tic a I experiments what pastures are to supply id" material, then the specialist* i  1  t complex duties, which do garment is ready to clot he til aether with perfect fitting ga offer the public.  Agreement Between Castro and German and English Bondholders Already Signed.  CLAIMS PROTOCOL JUSTIFIES ACTION.  Associated Press Hears on High Authority That an Actual Step is About to be Taken.  PROPOSALS ARE TO Bt MADE TO JAPAN  rile Store that 11 as t he I foods  Red Cross Stole  Always Sum* thingNevr here  Muslin Underwear  I i ■ , *» »«» M'oin *| >*:j- se pie" of tot e hi for un instant until the p ire‘laver. All these to* ments, are tile kind we  &  $  &  I  &  ❖  &  ❖  ❖  (ft  ❖  $  ft  &  Men’s Two and Three Piece Suits, $5.00 to $20.00.  We invite you to come in and look at the^e suits.  Boy’s Clothing  Iva en Long  Tov  Pant Suit" Pant Snits Knee Pants  Boys' Cans. Boys  Mort".  Boy*  Boy"  '['ie'  "ii.OO to $5.00 Sd.OO lo S s .oO •Joe to Si.CK-I' *ii u s, Boys  I lose  MEN’S  Furnishings  any  I vJill*' To U" for tiling in the way of New ~hirt". New Net i\N\ ear, New I ot-  N ow Hosiery, T  i t r*  A  ’ft.  V  %'^f.  •MF*  V    -*  ' 11  out wear,  Suspenders, Hand kerein et*,    11 Ione>  I :ult*: ’.Vimr, etc.  -a.  -*>   m W  •ft  * *  Yft*  - •©  Neert* Attry of l''iir*lK , » liomtlMilder**  s **) 1 ' \grei>m(iiit in Only * step Toward dual s,. 11 It* me 111 I' im ii a \ ene/ uelttii I rem ((rut > cry llu*li»e«»* I U»e AintiaHHttdor Porter wild Mlnliter Dflcm 1 ** Punter.  London. March -I. ’The A sun* la I "* Picas has I mr mat at th* 1  office of Of council ut’ foreign bondholders tha the agreement between the Vent ‘vie tan government aul the Hellish aud German bondhold©! adjust mu an consol blattim the exterior debt. acorn $2S dUO.lKI". It::." already been nm by the r« pres (datives ol Vene tie a and the (Jetanan bondholders. Ila agreement i v  now on its way ti* I Lindon tor the sigu-nlire * >t the rcpres' uta ' lives of the British bondholders, i VVi< ti reference to a dispatch I rom ; Washington reporting that objection I arc raised to the agreement. Secretary ('oop'T, Of the council of foreign bomi holders, said hi* considers that allice '• of he Washington p rot mad of lh** ahsohitciv justifies the agreement anti adds:  I luring the rn gotiatinns we found I President ('astro to lie perfectly bus*  | ness-likt and animated I"* a desire  !  effect a settlement ’*  Mr. ('(Hip [ point ti out. howexe! i that the signing of the agre* me ut wa* only oil' step lowaids a set Hemen’ since the dot ’lineni contain" clauses relating to othet creditors, bul it. provisions ol wl 'n ii it wib desired ti* feel* secret, bul wiiii Ii be said inns!   1  first be fulfilled before settlement with the \nuio (leianan l*on*lhol<i*i.> (an become an aet -ont pi Kited la**  "I t lllltloll l{t*llC\•*« I.  Paris. March LM In the *** i ie \ rn bits smior Pin ier - weekly \ si* tile foreign Olin e lie eonferreil w Foreign Minis!cr Deb asst refat i\ •  :*> the Fra.ii> < i  A* ne tie)an situation an u wa** disclosed t Ii ut tile French go. cm men t * "i "'tiers that the emerreney : the siiit;ttii>u ba.* been entirely r* ic\e*l as a I - ' " 111 of ’Ii* inilefiinite i»os is ne rn en i ol the ,u>« is ton «d the Care* i" court in the casotd the I'rencli * abb •ni|Kiny. 'I he future course u expected •,* in* dow owing to ill*' necessity bn srryiug on negoi tat urns by mail Th* a'.! borities here shun th* bt'llef «-on ruing th*' helplessness of the presell cg im© in Yen*/.ne la and incline to th* >. that sooner or later some unit* •.ms may have in lie taken to insure rcs|M*ct for for* ii ii interests in Yen* - 1  tiola  ICh** — *i*i ( .*»» i*rn nim I X**w A rrtttln I hut Hr,t Mint* ll lint A oui** lr.nu Ihrm uiul Iii A /nr’** N.im**. uh ll** Alone I** A uiiulil*' of It I ii<l ill £ Kus,Cl I ii !l n**lu’l* of I - run*’** uinl A.rriiiuiiv for  v«  ii  We tire now showing a complete* __    line    of    Muslin ( nderwear. The"**  garments hip all clean, frosh, nicely made and nicely trimmed of bent materials, and are desirable in every way. Our pri'-e* bring them to you at about the cost of material and trimmings. We give h brief out’me h(*re. (’oine down and set* them and b*' convinced of the bargains we are otic ring.  OI I  st  OA/£ P/F/C£ SPOT" C4SP-  Duke «»f A’otiii (licht ut VI i.lrt.l  N n I ii ii March * Hie Duk-- of  Con t aught ha ai:. I h*ae t s> visit Kin VlftM. M*    I  1     tin w it h a I It  ministers, tin .tvil and military a t iior * i'"- ami th* <1: J * i • an r « * »i |c vt. coined ti;*' dub- on Im nrnuil a' th« railrottd station.  Aaeriiimi l!mprr»r on » A rui«t*.  Coxhaven March LM Knuwror \Yil I hun bas started on hi" M*’diterranean cruise on Ixia rd the .teamer Hamburg placed at his disp<»8al by the Hamburg \merican line. The Hamburg was es | ©Airted by the armored cruiser Prin Friedrich Kar  WILL USE KANSAS OIL.  lii»ttle*h»p knusn* will b** t'hrt*tf*ne<l In .luty with I'rud** Oil ln*te»il «*f  A lc*nu»Htr»'**-  The men wear long  I Com tn ic* til** l.rt,'t I ril>r*c  New York. Mar Ii JI \ iu<tur**S(|iH* party of men. women ami children, s*> in numb© i mein liers of a religious   _____sect who proclaim tb«*ms«*l\cs des*‘cnd  Topeka. Kau.. Mar*lt k The bat ants of tin los? Tri lies of Israel, ar-tteship Kansas will b*' christeneil bv I rived here on the sicamet l*rinze."s breaking a bottle of Kansas crud*' oil Irene. They rome fix im Vast rah a ami over its prow in tin* place of a bottle are b*ntml fot Benton Harbor, Mich.. of champagn* as is tin* usual custom j where they say tun members of 11i** Tiiis is the id<*a <f Goveintjr Hoeb. as j set t already ar*- established. They t xpre^.seii by him Thursday.    jeall I herns*-I vets Children of Israel and  The statement was made in ti < on j ar** vegetarians vers&tion with A. IX Eddy, general hair and beards counsel for the Standard Oil company who is lier*' from Chicago  Mr. Eddy, in company with Karl I Evans, the Standard’s attorney in Kau uas, called ('n th** governor and made an appoint men*. The lost time I saw you, governor.*' remarked Mr. Eddy “you expected to make a trio east thi"-*pring to atte rid the. launching af yoni ba*tleshin.” That bac been ixistjioned until Inly. said Gov. Hoch. “so I will sot have to go ibis spring I would like to attend the launchlm and "*■• you bredi i bottle of champagne o\» i r the Kansas." remark's! Mr. Evans.  “The Kansas will not b** «brist«>ned with champagne,” quickly : ^spondee! tho governor. It will b*: .’hristened with a bottle (lf oil not Standard oil  vt ** * ICH n A rn tm--Hit or III.  Washington. March LM Don Manuel de Aspira/. the Mexican ambassador, is seriously ill with a ever** attack d Lagrippe anil other complications and his family ar*- greatly concerned over his condition  Kuh-Ihh IVa'itnlM Stint Dim ii.  Kilt no, Kussian Poland. March M 'fen p«*iLsants were killed anti fifty were wounded ut La men ta March “I aa evidence that b\  th** result of sent to urn ll  th*’ shooting listurbancea.  of infantry  St P* i* rsburc Mar* Ii -I. the min-!  I inters ami supporters * st til© coart who .idvo* ut** iii* submission of pacifli* pro  !  IOSSI ,( I apa ll as pi* veils,* s* * forth | in the i* dispatches so as to ascertain j I whet I r an honorable ba.-. * of inane I is |M* ":t»io believe they b v© carried lh© bi' an*l th** Vssticlated pr*ss hears on in. ii authority that an actual step i is itiimim ut if not already t iken.  Th* uhj* ct has <i«*cuple«i th att en- j turn «*t the («>n ie reno*’ a’ T>arsU«H*- ■ Scio * ertain grand dukes, sn pi tort ©ti by j Gen s I Mud oft th** minister of war: Admiral \v**llan. th** head Att th** admiralty. iud what is kiutwti as the war part\ are still bitterly opposed to th** i*iou of pear© under present circumstance*. hut with the exception of the minister* of war ami marine, the emperor " ministers, hacked by M. \V I tie. solidly ia\*«r this course and the con-vin inc, arguments they offer are tell-inc French influence in th** same dir**  1  iou are now tieing supported by Germen opinion The ninon noted by th** Xssociated press last week that Em net >i William had tondA*rAHl his good *>f{ic**s now status t<» he * (infirmed. I'ln \ssooiat«*d press is in a position to I"*.••!•:    However, that if Emperor  Nicholas ditides to approach Japan it xviii im through Pianic aud that negotiations will h** conducted either helve-n NI De leasee, the' French for ©leu minister, anil Dr Mouton**, th-Japan* "*• *uit M*?r at Paris, or M liar mam! iii** ! rem Ii minister to Japan and ('"im Kal**ur:» the Japanese pt*'-mier a T*'kio  Tin Kussian government now feels certain that Japan will not take tin-fir  !  rn * va nor disA'lose her iKisition Ut til ov*'nun ' ar*' mad** authoritatively in th** Kussian « mnerorM name on th**  ^round that he alone is capable of binding Russia. It is unite possible that Japan’s an Bede In this regard has i en • xpo"*"d through unottleial at t'-mpis to ascertain terms. Japan, it will hi* nunembn od toeik th** sam* 1  tvosifion when Ht*rr l>«'tring. the Get man A-onimissloiier «>l »ustAiins at Tien Tsin without plenary movers "ought to obtain Japan’s terms for emiing th* Chin** Japan* s* war. declining i- 1  tr*’at until Li Hi tiled by (Jeu John  Tokio lot bcd xv ii h full powers En thermore. in view <*i Hi** possibility that no ba>is i»t agreement might result even should It* *»mi>eror now ap preach Japan with pacific proisisals It t" regarded as *’IItirA'Iy likely that ho .I slit ic* w »-.!,! < (int intl© again to! low mr the pf*'* en dont of tin* Chint* Japanese war. until nt'g**tiations ended The Chin** .lapant's** n»’got nu ions were begun in December ami pea**' was »*m-• lmh'il in th*' following April Mean while the Japan* 1 ".* made a winter cam paigtt iti Man* hut la  VY;i<«Illusion x»»i stirpriied.  Washington March Cl. The suiiden den growth of the sentiment in Kus si an official circles in favor of lieace is not at all surprising •*» th** officials here because ii is in line with the predictions of the \nierican embassy in St. Petersburg when last heard from oit his subject In fact, it was gathered that tho real obstacles in the way of beginning negotiations to this end wer-to I** found rath* r ti th** jealousies of European Dowers outside of Russia than in tin* czar's own court. There have tor sonic time been substantial iii** execution of tittie  < oUSKT COV HHS, full cut, w*»ll mad** and nicely tmimed with Swiss embroidery and lace. Sizes  32 to 42 at ......I    Be  (Corset, covers, trood quality. trimmed with embroidery and insertion at  4 He  (JURSKI ( OY KUS trimmed with beadin^andhemstitched rn tiled, also on** let trimmed with Yalen ciene« edjjin^r and ti vc rows of insertion at 08c CORSET COVERS made of imintiook and cambric elaborately trimmed at  "'5c and .     9Hc  SKIRTS. One lot of plain well made skirts, full width at...........  SKIRTS with "titched tucks in linen flounce extra quality  SKIRTS trimmed dainty and exquisite patterns of lace and em-broidery,ranging in price from *1. U to.......  4 He  hem  India  good  98c  with  DRAWERS ranging in price from 19c to 9*c One special lot with tucks in hem-stitched ruffle at   ........... ..    19c  GOWNS. A nice assortment of crowns at prico that will interest the careful buyers.  ON E SPECIAL LO I nicely trimmed with V shaped and hiirh cut neck at      J^e  CASH  On Delivery of (foods  ©r  ONE  Price to Everybody  Yours to servi*,  E. V. Kotsch & Co.  I  ^Dprcooffssms^ciifrmci  CHITWOOD  J  IHE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  v.: . 11«■ * 1111 ii11      Q  >tn Chang, acrompa lj w bt isi, a w • * 111 t" y.  ’•VT  +  ft  ft  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable*  Horses Goateed by I>ay or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave..    -    Ph^re    t‘.4.  .Oz  Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells  or independent oil, but ail—-Kansas < ru«h* oil.”  just Kan*  Coot t 1piM*lnt«*(i IU Own Cli v*.i< in ii".  Guthrie, O. T.. March !4. A scnma tion was ‘■'.prang in the -list! ut muri liere when Judge Pancost appointed Doctors Barker and Smith to ma! «• an ©^amination of Charles E. Billingsley president of tho defunct Capitol National bank which failed for over $1,-000,000 last year, and to ascertain whether or not he is physically inca pacitated to attend court.  pretiMire from th* outside upon the St Petersburg governin' iii it might be in-  I  (luted in bren) th*' deadlock in the situation which results from the reluctance »»t each belligerent as a mat ter of pride to mirk im th*' first overtures for |»«':»*« Bu 1  just at this poilu the efforts of ‘lit r« ii friends of peace ar** aid to have Peen negatived by th*' fear of ' oms* »*t the European pow’ ors that the!: in!i'r<£ts might stiffer in a settlement which they did no* i themselves arrange 'Iller*' is reason j ro hi’lit'X f.h owe v*m i hat I he great titian j rial interests of I on (ton. Berlin and Paris, lookin’ to Mien salvation and the seeiirliy of their ' normOtis Kussian j loans, have ri-* n abox** national lines I md that to the exert inn of their powerful influent »* *s due do* pr<*mi"< of peat e in ih** near tut ure.  I’«*}irv’- New \  Buek.s|K*rt. Me. March 21    (’om-  niander Robert E I’eary’s Aret ie explo-ration steamship which has been launched hero was designed by naval architect William !' Winant **f New York, and it i* claimed is th** result of all that experience in Arctic navigation to this date can suggest. Sh** is considered tho strongest in const ruction, most powerful and hest equipped (raft for combatting the Arctic ice ever built.  Our Shoes for Women. The designer’s touch anti th** shoemaker'^ touch, touch your fe**t and pocketbook lighter. They are especially strong in modern style-and travel in tim »>e"t society.  CHAPMAN  WMAMNMNAIMM  Model Bakery.... j  Everything tfood to eat always on hand ut the J Model Bakery. Bread. Cakes, Pies. Cookies. • Oindit*", Etc. See him opposite the postoffice. J  J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop, phone .»♦.    •  ©•©••••••a©9••••••••••••••••©••••••••••a*•••©• <•©•••*  The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE. President.  THANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stock, -Undivided Profits.  JN0 L. BARRINGER. Vice Prcsid* nt ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  .......SoO.Ot'O.MM  20 200.04)  Blanks Furnished and Remittances NIade to the Govern ment on Tow n Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION,   

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