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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                VOLUME 2 ADA A TERRITORY. FRIDAY MVMTOTOh' MAR. 84. 1905. CLOTHES After the sheep tilled his obligation of providing suffici- ent tine, oven wool, and after the man who is bout upon producing a fabric of proscribed wvmht and Duality bus do- eideil with micro sco.ve. chemical tots and a series of pruc- tic a I experiments what pastures ;irt> to supply his nuiterUil, then the specialists in t.e- t t complex duties, which .lo not garment is ready to clot'ie th gether with perfect titling g; offer the public. Agreement Between Castro and Ger man and English Bondholders Already Signed. CLAIMS PROTOCOL JUSTIFIES ACTION. ,M-II'- 'heir scrips of ,ul lor mi instant until the purchaser. All these to- ;ire the kind we Associated Press Hears on High Au- thority That an Actual Step is About to be Taken. PROPOSALS ARE TO BE MADE TO JAPAN Men's Two and Three Piece Suits, to We invite you tocome in and look at suits. Boy's Clothing i Knee Ftvnt Suit- Punt Suits Knee Pants Boys' Cnua. Shirt.-'. FJov> to to to Boys' Hose. MEN'S Fxirnishings 'uiiio >i- for thinj? in tho wtiv of Shirt-. New Neckwear, New I'ol- I'tf-, Now Hosiery. Stylish Footwear, Suspenders, llaiui- kerchiefs, (i loves. etc.. Serretury of IH Only Toward Fmiinl Verr I'ortvr Mini MlnUUr J.ondon. March 'Jl. -The AsuociniiM Press luis loiimed ai olhco of the council of foreign bondholders ihu' I 110 llStVomenl between I ho VelllXUO- lan government :iud I lie British ami Horumn bondholders adjusting :iiul consolidating the exterior alicmt lias already boon signed by Ilio representatives of and I he tJermnn bondholders. The agreement is now on its U> London for Ihe sUir.u lire of 'he representa- tives of the British bondholders. Willi reference 10 11 dispatch from Washington reporting that objection.- are raised 10 (he uiiTeoment, Secretary Cooper, of I he eouneil of foreign bond- holders, said he considers i hat i- (if tho Washington pnnoi'ol of absolutely justifies tho n.nreoniem and adds: ibe negotiations we found 1'resident Castro to bo perlVetly busi- ness-like and by a desire to effect a sell lenient." Mr. Coop'-i- pointed out, however, that tho siiininsi of the agreement was only on- step towards a so! I lenient, since III.- doeimicni contains clauses relating to oilier crodilors. bin tin- provisions of which ii was dosirotl to l-.eep stcroi. Inn which he said niusi first bo fulfilled lielore settlement with tho bondholder.-, can become an accomplished fact. Munition Ki'lU'veMl. Paris. March 1M. In the course of Ambassador Porter's weekly visit to the foreign olllco he conferred wi'h Korean Minister loh-asse relative to tho situation and it was disclosed i hat the l-'ronch HOV- ,-rnnieni t-onsidors that tho emortioncy i.! tho sit nation has been entirely re- lieved as a result of the indofllnito posi- poiionioni of i he decision of the as court, in the case of the Kroneh cable company. 'I'he fninre course is expected to bo Mow owint; to the necessity for .-arryitiK on negotiations by mail. Tin authorities hero .share tin- belief con Tiiini; the hopelessness of tho presein i-oniino in and incline to the view that sooner or later somo united means may have to be taken to insure respect for I'orr-ifin interests in Yom-- The Store that lias the (Jootls Red Cross Store NUMBER 4 A1 Some- tlmigNew here Muslin Underwear Mndriil. .Mnrch _-l. The UuKo of hero to Alfohso The wilh all inin is'ters. ihe rivil anil military ;iu- 1 thorities aii'l the dii'loiuatic corps' cuiiieil the ilulio on his ill station. tlu- WILL USE KANSAS OIL. BattlMhlp July with Crudf Oil TopeUa. Kan.. h Jt.- The Dili Ueship Kansas will be rhristenetl hreakint; a bottle of eriule nil over Us prow in the plan- of a bolll" of c-bampogno. a.s is the usual Custom. This is the Hoi-h. as oxprei-sed by him Thursday. The statement was made in a con- versation with A. Kildj. t! .MI oral counsel for the Standard Oil coiimany, who is iiero from Chicago. Mr. Eddy, in company with .1. Evans, the Standard's attorney in Kan- has called on the and made an appointmen'. 'The last tim- you, governor." remarked Mr. Kddy. "yon rxpeet'.'d tc a trip east this uprins to attend the. launching 'lf battleshlii." "Thni 1-av boon postponed until July." said Moeh. "so I will mot have to go ihis spring." I would like to attend the launching and you breji.1-. a boitle ol' over tho Kansas." Mr. Kvaus, "Tho Kansas will Ii" christonotl with ehanipamio." (piiekly tie governor. 'It will be .-hfisteuei wilh a bof.tlo of oil--tio( St.indard Independent, oil. Kansas crude oil." Court Apo'iliitfll Own Gttthrio. O. T.. March '.M.--A sensa- tion was sprung in the .lislrici conn here whoa .Judge 1'ancoy.t appointed Doctors Harker and Smith to rnako an examination of Charles K. HillingHle.y. president of the defunct Capitol Na- Uonal bank which failed for over last year, and to ascertain whether or not ho is physically inca- pacltated to attend court. New York. Mtircli -M. A picturesque party of men. women und I'hildrcn, in nuraber. nieinhors of a religious seel, who themselves descend- ants of the lost tribes id' Israel, ar- rived here on ihe si.oMinor Irene. They come from Australia anil are bound for Kept on Harbor, Mich., whore they say members of Ihe spot already are established. They call themselves Children of Israel and are vegetarians The men wear lonpr hair .UH) beards. Kmpr'i-or on ti Coxliaven. March %J-I. -l-Imperor Ihun lias started on his Mediterranean cruise, cm honrd the steamer Hamburg placed at his disposal by the llnmlmrg- Aniorican lino. The Hamburg was es- corted by the armored cruiser I'Viodrich Kar Mrxlcan AnitiitHHii.lor 111. Washington. March 21. -Don Manuel do the Mexican ambassador, is ill with a severe attack of Lagrippe and other complications and his family are greatly concerned over his condition. KtmMinn FenflnntM Shot Down. Kulno, Russian Poland. March Ten peasants wore killed and lifty wore wounded at Lamontu March 21 as tho result of ihe shooting of infantry tieiit to quell disturbances. PROMOTED. ICuNHluii Now Certain Kli-Ht Move MiiHt Colin- In f-tnr'H Niime. nrilliiilliitf Inlliimn't! of KrwnoB rtn.l lii'i-iimny for B't-uf1. SI. Poi.THlmrg. March 2-1. -The min- isters and supporters of I lie court who advocate the submission of pacific pro- posals 10 Japan as previously sc.t I'orlli 111 ihese dispatches so as lo ascertain whoili -r an honorable basis of peace is possible believe I bey have carried Ihe and tho Associated press bears on hiuh authority thai Mil actttiil step is imminent if not already taken. The subject lias occupied tin- atten- tion of the conference in Tsarskoe- Selo. eenain graiul dukes, supported by (Jen.Sakharoff.thominisier of war; Ad- miral the bead of ihe admir- alty, and what is known as the war party, are still bitterly opposed to tho idea of pence under present circum- stance-, but wilh the exception of the ministers of war and marine, Ihe em- peror's ministers, backed by M. Witte. solidly favor tills course and Hie con- vincing arguments they offer are tell- ing. Krencb tnliuonce in the same diroeiion are now being supported by Herman opinion. The rumor noted by the Associated press last week that vimporor William had tendered his good ollioes now seems to be confirmed. The Associated press is in a position to asson, however, that if Kmporor Nicholas dei ides to approach Japan il he through France and that ne- gotiations will be conducted either between M nolcas.se, Ihe French for- eign minister, and Dr. Montono. the Japanese mir.islor at Paris, or M. liar- nuind. I lie French minister to Japan nnd Count Katsnni. the Japanese pro mier at Tokio. Tile Knssian governinent now feels certain that Japan will not take the first ni'ivo nor disclose her position un- til overtures are made authoritatively in the Uussian emperor's name on I ho thai he alone is capable of iiimliiiL1 Russia. It is (plite possible tlni! Japan's atiitudo in this regard has boon exposed through iinollleial at totupts to ascertain terms. Japan, it will be remembered, took the same position when Horr Detring. I ho Cor mail commissioner of customs nt Tien Tsin without plentiry powers, sought 1i> .ditnin .Jnp.in's terms for ending the (''liino-.lapaiu-se war. declining to treat uuiil l.i Hung Chang, accompa- nied John Foster went lo ToUio clothed with full powers Fur- thermore, in view of ihe possibility thai no basis of aiMonmoni might re- sult even should ihe emperor now ap proach Japan with pacitic proposals. It is regarded as onlirely likely that .hostilities would continue, again fol- i lowing tho precondeni of the Chino- Japanese war. until negotiations ended. The Cliiuo-.lapa.uese negotiations were begun in Ueconiber HIII! poact> was con- eluded in the following April. Mean- while ihe Japanese made a winter cam- piiign in Manchuria. Wnalilnirtoii Washington. March sudden den growlh of the sentiment in llns- siaii official circles in favor of peace is nol at all surprising to the officials here because il is in wilh tho predictions of the American embassy in St. Petersburg when last hoard from on .'his subject. In fact, it was gathered that tho real obstacles in 1hr way of beginning nog-jtiations to Ihis end von Io be found rather in the jealousies of European powers outside of Russia than in the czar's own court. There have for some time boon substantial evidence that by the execution of. nuiei pressure from the oulside upon the SI Polersburg government it might be in- duced to break the deadlock in the filiation which results from Ihe reluc- anco of each bolligoroni. as a mal Jer of pride 10 making the Irsl over- tures for peace. HIM just at this point ho efforts of :he real friends of peace are said to have negatived by he fear of somo of the F.uropoan pow- M's that their interests might suffer In a settlement which they did uo> themselves arrange. There is reason to believe.however. Iliat the great nniin cial interests of London. Merlin and Paris. lo.iKing to their salvation and tho soeurliy of I heir enormous Russian loans, have rK-i-n above national linos ind that !o llu> exertion of their power- ful influence is duo Iho promise of pence in Ibe near future1. We sire now showing a complete line of Mnslin Underwear. These garments are alt clean, frenh, nicely made and nicely trimmed of best materials, and are desirable in every way. Our prices bring them to you at about (he cost of material and trimmings. We {rive a. brief here. Come down and see them and be convinced of the we are offering. DRAWERS ranging in price from IHc to 98c One special lot with tuckn in hem-stitched vuflle at CORSET COVERS, full cut, well made and nicely trnunod with Swiss em- broider.v and lace. Sixes 82 to 4ii Cot set covers, trood qual- ity, trimmed with em- broidery and insertion at COKSET COVERS trim- med with beadingandhem- stitched ruffled, also one let trimmed with Valen- cienes edging and five rows of insertion at 68c CORSET COVERS made of nainsook and cambric elaborately trimmed at H5cand...........................-98c SKIRTS. One lot of plain well made skirts, full width "t......................48c SKIRTS w i t h hem stitched tuck? in India linen flounce extra good quality...........................98c SKIRTS trimmed1 with dainty and exquisite pat- terns of lace and em- broidery, ranging in price GOWNS. A nit-e assort- ment of gowns< at prices that will interest the careful buyers. ONE SPECIAL LOT nicely trimmed with V shaped and high cut neck at 48c CASH On Delivery of Goods ONE Price to Everybody Yours to serve, E. V. Kotsch PUlTUinnn m FOR UP-TO-DATE bill I WUUUj CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFKX, PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses I5oaided by or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Hest of Service. Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave.. i'hone M. The Touch That Tehs Is the Touch That Sells Our Shoes for Women. The designer's touch and the shoe- maker's touch, touch your feet and pocketbooit lighter. They are especially strong in modern styles- and travel in the best society. BuoUsporl, Me.. Maro.li nmnilor Hobort K. Peary's Aret.ic oxplo- ration steamship wliic.li lina boon lantu'liod lioro was dosiKtiod by naval William 10. Win tint, of Now York, and it is claimed is tho result of all that experience in Arctic navi- gation to this date can suggest. She, is considered tho strongest, in construc- tion, most powerful and best. eauiPPei1 craft for combatting the Arctic ice ever built. Model BaKery Kverything good to eat always on hand at the Bakery. Bread. Cakea. Pien, Cookiea, Candien, Etc. See bim oppoaite the postoffice. J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. _ _ The Ada National Bank, TOM HOPE, President. JNO. L. BARRINGER, Vice President FRANK JONES, Cashier. ORVILtE SNEAO, Cashier Capital Undivided Profits. 'JO.L'OO.Oo Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CHICK ASA W NATION, 1ND. TKK, iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr   

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