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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE lit VEST! Wllil.K THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NBW8 DELIVERED AT 100 PER WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING CITY SA.TUBDfeiY EVENING-, FEB. 11. 1905 NUMBER 286 LONGER! On lu'count of tho bad weather, pi eventing trom coining to our Muslin Underwear Sale, ill s-i e a fovt lungei When we these goods ai e prieec1, tar, lesa than Actual Cost of Material, to say nothiDg of the we are not exairgeratiug. We promise not to disappoint yon. As bad as the weather has been we have had nattering business Join the bargain hunters, come at once. Reductions on all winter goods. Senate Again Sita aa a Court of Impeachment to Try the Florida Justice. AN ORDER MADE FOR DAILY SITTIN6S, From Two to Vlvn OTIoolt Afternoon Will He Ueviitott tii CMHO Until I'rtiiliuif AlHO I'rovtilBii VOT I'alluer fur Prosecution Washington Fob 11 -At one o'clock Frhltiv tho Swajnc Impeachment pro- ceedings were lesmned Judge Swayne was present with hla attorneys. On motion of Mr KanbanKs the sen- ate adopted an oidei for daily alttlngfa in the impeachment proceedings be- Kinnlng at two p m and closing at p m and providing for the dall> printing of the report of the proceed- ings. The sergeant-at-arms reported that 67 witnesses had been summoned as directed, and that many of them bad arrived In the city After some pre- liminaries Manager Palmer made statement of the case against Judge Swayne SAID SENTENCE WAS JUST. J, Samuel MoCun. Fortnvr Mayor of lotttwvtlle. Va.. HancBd for Murdar. Charlottsvllle, Va., Feb. Sam- uel McCue, former mayor of this city, was hanged In the county Jail hero Friday for the murder of hia wife on Sunday, September McCue was pronounced dead eight minutes after the trap had been sprung. Immediately after the execution Me- Cue's three spiritual advisers gave out the following statement: "J. Sam- uel McCue stated this morning in our presence and requested us to make pub- lic that he did not wish to leave this world with suspicion resting on any human being other than himself; that he alone was responsible for the deed, impelled to it by an evil power beyond his control, and that he recognized hip nentonce aa just." NO BREAK YET. Crowds Wait on the Street to Catch a Glimpse of the Much- Married Austrian. HAS CONFESSED TO 13 MARRIAGES. ProiUctThlU He Will Uwn Up to at Thirty Hvfor? I'renent In- I1U Victim Hnomed and Hurrlr Up Feb. Johann Hoeh, fliy hoard himseH, foi the lliht time aicimod by wltiiest-es and pointed out jury aa a bignmist Betoie a big curious crowd ho sat while the yranncr of Mrs Walcker-Hoch's death described Before enteiiiiK the room tu the cuiuinal court build- where the inquiry was hold, Hoeh Ctnfossed, the poMce say, to having tin riled 13 of the 39 women who claim aa husband. Two in Milwaukee and two in Cincinnati were admitted him Friday. It Is predicted by the police that he will own up to fully 30 of them before the Inquest, with its at- tendant strain upon him ends. But he holds firmly to his denial that he poisoned any one of them. All along the route from Chicago Avenue police station to the criminal Court building, crowds waiting de- eplte the cold, as if a big parade was anticipated. All these people saw was a covered patrol wagon. In front of the main en- trance to the criminal court building another throng was lined up, form- ing an avenue through which Hoch and the police in charge of the pris- oner had to pass. The stairs were lined with people and on each, floor em- ployjps of the criminal court btilldlng were waiting for a look at the man who had courted and married so many Hoch kept his overcoat collar turned 1 up and hung his bead. AH sorts of re- marks 'were made about him by the i throng, but he never responded I The grand jury room, where the In- j quest was held, was filled with wlt- officials and newspaper men Hoch arrived. Mrs. Emlllo FIsehM-Hoch. his latest spouse; Mrs. Bertha Sohn, Mrs Emma Rencken, one THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS STORE Watch'for [announcement of the New Store.
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