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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                I'HK N'KWS tilVKS THK XKU s II THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT PER WEEK VOLUME 2 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORt: PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING, MAR. 31, 1905, NUMBER 1O UMBRELLA BARGAINS.. Doubtless you didn't gvt an umbiellu lust >ear find sour old ono is either or worn ont If let u- no" and, get the benefit of the lull sea-on It "ill cost vou no more PtiiMgon Fiame, Steel tod ot fast him.k and rn pioot, sold evtMN -u 75i, out -pei-ial price 75c President of Hayti Cables His Rep- resentative at Washington That Country is Quiet. SAYS60VERNMENTCAN MAINTAIN ORDER Mime make .is vuth t'hoic'e Imndle-, good mHtonil, Milne Pnngou yood litv Gloni, assoi Ivmcih's to. out lo uh i The nest uul most smiim Lidie- find T l.entlomen's isi -hoA a in UU-it prii o Woitli oi.i specin SAVED Hib FLAGSHIP liul Udj 11-Uv t nt> i 11 i ic t in North t ult iu In I of Xpprot nl ot I mtr Northwestern Life of Minnesota ib _, Taken in Hand by State Insur- ance Commissioner. BUILT THE MINNEAPOLIS AUDITORIUM x tin" sin m ih m- m in uiiliiiii i i IimiMlW M IMI tin i i HI Mmii 1 ml ilu tun u ox i m ills it i In m i Ii i i nu 1 >n ill 11 i i 1 1 ol m Ky Ulret Hun of .uiiit.Mitiuuer 41 tirtftt t touiuiittee i> f I llruilnl I v I or uierdoteriior 1 iml unil Select oiHttr4 hull. 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I i it u spuprr Moil rtiul Mmie% u HN I lii omit t tltiii Mil ;l until Hill 1 i onii n I Al in h I Tin i h u _i m i I 1 1 ni m n ss -papi i t 1 s t -n i d is 1 1 ii h iln i s hid hi i n nsi i n i mil i n n s n h iln i b Innist il t In i i t1 ib in ininmt in lill ssas iln. siibn i nl an In in lis i--ntn m iln iiiiuns in I ib KI p il h n nn i ibt l s l In is inbls 11 ill ol il nn u ss In n Ib n i-o inns iid tin Iln tnsi linn I 'nil! Kl il i pnlili i h id i an 1 lii mi 1 1 lm i i I h mill bill 1 I I II 1 -I Illll ll pi I -I llcll IS Ii ,i II -I in I ib n In i hai-, 1 i il i i s lui I i i i m in mil 1 1 nl i sh mi i bi nm i il Is i In lion- 1 1 Prince Mestchersky Denounces Pas- toral Address by Head of Greek Church at St. Petersburg. IS A MOST DANGEROUS UTTERANCE, Cnmiiiltttporstili I Ii t I I xtitl t ion i ti I i JNL M i M IM us i Cation l m il i i is i i oi k snppi s i i i i I i i hn of tlu t n i i i K n n i i jlu a (omhmi'n i i i him-, i o no T has b 1 _ i i s i i mnn it' Hif n n M i M It 11 in i' Comptiolh i i loin i I oihi i MIS il'i tials tmtlnn- to do ssnh Hi .iwaulm? 01 .in luhi m- i oiniai l- as molt thin 'on of i uil ol ih SSMI xpiind i i bf w itllf ss  bool s mil iiiinn ihi tosint piodiumc; ifit li-ln u, hi ills Bills tin liUil m-, tin ins lm i poi tion ol I'm inri mimmim m n ails (Ji lO dfio IK nil ni in p is nn ni a pit s n n MIS ul in in is 11 it ion h is m dftlaitd this limit nun i i n n n hicdi 'sii t h i 1 i lon-h to i mn ncl HIP it) o'li i il ID oiitinn in i fnsn 10 p ts i lit I u I i In i n v os i n njpn t b i i n i I o b 11 i inunu ip il iiLht i i 1 mt lltmillt MOM, v I till I'.ni k St Louis i-i b l in n i i tnnd d Im in mix m ol (lit tils (ounril in .1 Missi- ippi Uhj I (Oinpanj vault and tin 000 posltetl lot mornhPis oi tin housi ot delegates in a Lincoln Pi ust (ompany vault, whit h fiRiirptl in tho boodle trjala growing out of Suburban railway legislation, have at last been paid back to the German Savings Institution JAPANESE IN CHARGE lluvf. 1 uWi ii Ovtr Ilu M it n< It u r I i r, s li I ps (mush ill M n b 1 nn vl nn u h in i 11 i s 11 1 i ni i i i i inn ii- Ili-ht I n m M il li n i 1 11 h u In I ip mi -i 1 is i n s i 111 11 nn nsi i 11 inn I Mi hull 111 s li i s in-i ill 1 I m 1 il- n pi i t i h Inn i 1 i IIM -i n i l li Ki in li M IMS 1 n lm i 1 1 is il M i i I m I i hi 11 Mn i I I si il mi 11 m ilu l nil i I 11 n 'ill 1) iln Mn 1 n mio i n n 11 ss m_i i i b i- i i i i i 1 I ism it I ip i i i In i nil i I n i I pis 11 mn -M 1 I s ss i s i t 1 i m _, Ii n lion IIM I) ilns l Mi lin md i s i i ill nnnntin ss I h ifn 1 ipmi u pi 11 1 I i li is 1 i- d I i sh lip I I (II 1 I 1 I It I I O III II I IS i n_ it t In 111 in THt SUBWAY FIRE On. t mini U ill. 1 mil Si t i il I n il liv On tttlrntiiir of tin limit 'iml M ii i Ii I In m in S mi I illn ss as I 1 mil s lal ol In l In i nn n ss i 11 i n pii. d bs a i i in in li snbssas ,11 MM liMh sinil stilion ss hit h ss is bin in d i dm das lalln i ml loin in In i h nl In i n si nt into I In Miimtl to sit dissn tin' sinnnldi i m- i mbpi ol Iln IIP ss hi n i poilion til il In loot Ii II and i nsln d I llbr I hi ol In l s ss i 11 mils Is bin I I In fin mill -nbss is ssa- st ill bin n ri_ i hmsil 1 m is mult i i on 11 o! Ii i i mil n into i In i mini I si s i i il hnnilii d It I limn I 'n HiSl b sli 11 I si it nm 11 in_ln i In t mibt i sm port in i i ilm isi ss is mil tin 11 ss i i r hr is s I ii I I n i-mii s il ml i i u I in n 1 1 odiii I i In lull in I n i h iml in uli i -i ipul n ion it Iln i mi h n i i m i s -h i1 1 ii us I m nm i u n s n h n p i i mil ih i h b h i 1 t n n n ni i i s b nl In i n -oil 1 1 nn si ihi i In bon-i i lit) i nn i l I s I nl mil 111 H i i i _ i n i n n In i it d In n I h 1 1 i h ll In i- h I h I i i h I h in s i i i ss h h lit i I Ii n i i h i H s i i i I i I Mi s i 1 I i i l s 1 I i 1 i ii i i m s i s 1 I I ii i I 111 IIMI i I 1 ss i I is l l M in l In i l 1 i l is I u i s 1 1 l M i Nil! I HOI 111 I I I I II Ills I 'l ill i ill l ll Ml i n ss h l f I ill I In i n s i m ill ill n 1 1 1 1 11 i n 1 1 1 1 1 imi II i s r I h n in i I i i mi I I i i Ih P i n lm ss i ih i iln i diim i il v i on i h n i i n I I Ii in I Kill s i i hf1 in in i in iln i N i n u o 1 s I'll n nn til H onos r i 1 1 I i-l n i i p n i i i I t In in sp ipi i Mi i i ss i i h n M nsi H uul 1 1 fm 'i is is ill il mil ss i i n MORGAN SMITH CAUGHT Ilinlhti In I nu   mi ms linlh i s ilct> llulh i wi'l now ho 1'iod onlv loi ti inlsdomoanoi, and even if ronviiUd uin Ret oft with p light flue or possibly a small jail sentence If tried for felony, convic- tion would mean state prison. Cim nm it i i) M in h 1 sinilli and hi ssih ssbo is i sisti r III m I'lllflsoll I 111 K t I f ss sslio is In hi m Ni ss oi K mi i i li.n ol I Cats n tin book nniki i sst 11 u 11 sti m i his n Sinilh hid hiin snimnmii d lo appt ir i i in Iln i isi Inn lilt Nt IM 1 ills mil si HP si s i i in on I lis md h nl not littn loinnl until noss Imlltltil liy mill .1 urv Ni ss m I M in b ,1 I In mil nn s h is h in lid Ins n iniln I mi nl I Mm- in -ninh In- mlii in I N m I'nn ism i h n i i i In m inmt Is ss il h i pnai s I lit n 11 I ol I Mm m sinil b in I nn mn H i I Inn sd is lollnss id) i n i b i ndm os ii m n Is i si n Sniiil Hid his ssih l d limn tin5: Is oiin till l Ilu uh ol N oim_ Iln Inn! ol Nun Piltti mi issisl u i l'i 11 K I AI lot nt s It mil lold In linilhs st an h Idi Hit snnllis mil said h i nnsnli it d thtli ippu hinslon and ppi uaiiK in coin I as i I1 most vital to tho pinscc ntion'' taiiso An attempt w.ts niiitlc1 to piovo al Hi'' trial that the rovohci with which Young was shot was purchased by Smith and a woman the day before the shooting occurred. IKI-I-H Ser- mon an Appunl to I'mumuM lt> Out ItiiNHlit All iinipvnii tilturv Hiitl I'.H 1 lirlr I iuiiili> Ilm U tn iinilltloiiK uf Mltlillv ACIH. St Pi ti-ishiiif, Mauh .1 In it ot iln i-ilailon i ho i mini i s soint' nt tho in is an' siinnisls ilnmiil at Iln iln t ol lho in m pastoial aitiluss ot ilu Mttio- poln m ol St l'i it islnn M is hi in., i dm it mi Hi mini in tin l not mi p  ss i nl I i( -i i os huh ti in 1 i I n -nn I 1 nns in ,1 ii.it oni u a I M in i- md ss m I hi p( oph limn ih n h m. i nt i nil tins, tin Kingdom I I In is i n M i )in n-hi os-1 i Mi ninmis Kn- ii! n nn hm ill i I u t s i h U lo t ill on Ilu linhliil in h-Jn ssnb the iio-- t ih I isi di op nl I hi n blood I m ih s ils Hum ol linssii as tho liomo of cinist md m int oil iln> rotion binmh i mnl m slim i ol i tot sm toi a n li ion- npiisin- m ippoil to tin in isi l in iin il md tlio most nn iiilhibli- ol human mission'' Tin In mil siailid he sass- ssonl 1 i lodint i nl lustoiit ion II i-i itimis sNliith millioi tho ntnoin mom not thi nm lh tu.il nn stop In t Ihi I ho alhinis that iddipss ,MI to the peasants ti> tiai fiom Knssia all Cnropean iiiltui ami put tin tonnds liafK to tho stalo in Vihnh M s m i ho tniddlo md fiom ih ii standpoint it was nioio i uin il than iln dm nims of tin most iTtlniil 11 Milntionai n s rin'int 11 opolitan issnotl IIK rcmai Kablo ptstoi il iddioss Atau h Jo tin Kussia ol to-das toi tiisolits lissipation nnd Impi- ots ilu nisi pimishmtnt ol ho sinl is ih, iln humiliation of ilio n u ion Viipiii'mctii iinit Mo-lnl( s liussi i M n, h 1. PIOI I millions h i In i n si IIIIHI] Inn i Him in iln pi ih in -nppm i i h ss n m i i I i i n i i i i oml Alon-o I1 m s ol i Iln I ip uii i hi in- ill si i iht tl is ss u -i Ib in tin i M is i pi IM id Id I h it mn i i In s -l ibli-li tin in in iih ss i II m i mils pos M mi hni 11 m i K n t i Inn ss ill ss n n os i i 111 I h is i out l lip Kii- i n 11 mn siln i i i HimiiHiiktrs It iin nmipi M in h 1 I In i hiitl -i I ion il Ih lin i I i i s ni sin i ss In 11 h 11 11 i on i' list n sdas ss u li i In m I i nn si 11 b i I m t ho noi l Ins i -i on lm n d ss is dm hi d 11 Hi s ilt n so mil ol K il poi lii ss 11 i Km K ml dm im hisi bli It it poi t.i-t lor i In si i ni I i 'n ss 11 i 1 I In I id i p< i i sis- 11 n n nn ol l In p issi n i ss i- si l n isls in pit i d lull in, i. I I iiiklni; SI I' II 1 bill M IH h I ti 10 inn honi sn i-i M im hni M mull r llnnsilas diii suss I In fliim-i I1 pm i I h it i I a pant si t olninii lm h is piobabls i iiism- mn a (linking nn nt has iin _'7 miles not i h i isi oi sipm lin iVt milos noi Ih of I 10 pissi Snoss bis lallon hi 11 llrntul I'liiMtHirc niimlri I'ltlsbini Pi Mauh 'I Mnliaol it n h m laboiti niuidtiitl u bis iimui hi In sh i pm- m bid Ihntsilm bis ss iti 1 In 11 mn ssa" i binlil mn iln ssomin nsin- l b Hi lit t 11 ss is di si m him i 1 it c i bs l b i nih i ssho notithd I bo po- II i I M i I. unil I ust I ,n s m i i M IK b I ss ll l b i n i i is d In li ol 'In i'i Kb it III' ISD 11 ml nni s i ai dm i ss nh Is nns i i- i ininin pi n pi i Im mil pimnnli i ol _i mtn nl i m i s Mi u Itn is in i i i -nil i m m md dm in In III I mn h nl in i li nnl ID t tm t nnt s Cash on Delivery of Goods One Price to all The plaeo where you can get the worth ol money day m tlio weok. We arc offennga nice, clean, new stock of Merchandise at the lowest living prices. Our intentions are to soil the goods, and we do not limit our to nny coitain or any certain amount of yo ve S itisf.iction guarantcpd or your money refunded. Goods delivprpd Hiompth to.nn part ol the itv We Quote Below Some of Our Regular Prices; I I K tAiniiiiin I'll t1- Hoini sin- I I I x is, -l l i I II Illl I A II I IIU L II I St II L liK u Iml 1 i nsilali- Honn s tie i L I lltllll I III! Ks ll ar; Apt on In i I H In   makor's touch, touch yo'ir feet and pocketboolc ligliter. They are ospecialh strong m modern tind in tin.1 liest CHAPMAN Model BaKery, Kverj thing good to oat alway-h on hand at tiie Model Bakery. Hreud. Cakent Pies, Candies, Etc. 8oe him opposite the postoftico J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. 10W HOPE Prcsirtutt JONES Cdshii-i Ada National Bank, JNO L BARRINGER Vice Piobiiicnl OHVILLE SNEAO. Asi.1 Cashici stoi k......... iictl I'roHts. JO.-JOO.Oo Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKA8AW NATION, IND. TEK,   

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