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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                rf c ING NEWS K NEWo DELIVERED AT roc PKIi VVEKK .fr VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY J3VEtfINX3K 3. 1905, NUMBER 279 r LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE ili.v l'Vl> ;iml c wil! in. lie s U-- icv  wo tie tir-t il.iy, it' not folll" SWOllYlil.' K'tV lVt' Ivuv on an-coriliMtr t P1 ir.-. TABLE NO. 1. 25c. Mini 1 >i V -ii iiny un.l yOo tor t 50c. Covers, (i-.nvin. C I'-iniso, ;i i 1 Sivii-rs. Tiu'-o uro all 7Jo tuui O.K- TABLE NO. 2. 75c. Consists of exce You'll s'iy L-hoap at C of Gowns, and v 'orst't TABLKNO.3. All WI'll 111 illld CNtl'i values in 1 >i HWIM Skin- tui'l Cov- ers. TABLE NO. 4 iuul Gowns, un- Bodies of Those Killed In Recent Cross-Examination of Russian Offi- Warsaw Riots Taken from Homes to Police Station. cers at Paris Developed Con- siderable Feeling. w' HOOLIGANS" COUSINS TRCU3LE, S2VERELY CRITICISED BRITISH PRESS. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO l-iK.-, Wnrkiin-ii ne ul iv itinl vi'itik It Vim Ifl t n nil nit II 19 G iwns nnd Skirts made of nice m-itfrlitl. woll uuidt- and nicely trimmed. Lndie-' Skirts of best. material. Ii n n d go in i-l y i riiniiit'd, wide flounce, vt-r.v Womon Hornellville, N. Y., Feb. pas- train on the Pittsburgh. Shaw- nut Northern railroad last night crashed into a sleigh containing I'l i Women, Killing; ten of them and se- j riously injuring: the remaining three, j Borne of the huter arc in a serious: condition. The accident oeouriV'J Bear Arl-ixjrt. The sleigh was one of. thrre carr> ins a party from the Uni- j Tersallst church of this city. i TTIII thn St. Petersburg, i-'eb. official proclamation conveys the heartfelt sympathies of the emperor, the em- press and the dowa'-'er empress to the families of these killed .in the street fighting of January They have placed at the disposal of the jovernor-peneral, Trepoff. for the aid the families of the sufferers. SOUNDS LIKE A PIPE DREAM. Important Hullnv. Washington, Feb. attorney general has rendered an opinion In which he holds that Orawbacke may kc allowed on exported flour made in part from imported wheat. He also holds that evidence of books of ae- coxint may be used to establish the rltht of a manufacturer to a draw- back. St. of Lontlou London, Feb. 2.- The St. Petersburg convspondi-nt of (he Toll-gram the I'olluwing rervirUahle statement "hi a tew s we shall witness a political transfoi mu iun scene JIK thor- oughly luniy.ing !-s anything a paiitoinime or aucii-nt fairy tale can offer. The who languish in cells In the fortress will be released to-morrow and thrir misdemeanors will be forgotten. The press will b- llowed to freely. Later C.cn. Trepoff will be sent to Manchu- ria, and in ten days a brand new rep- resentative chamber will be created under the magic wand of M. de Wltte. nnd a new era of prosperity will begin for the Russian people. That Is the latest Item of the political programme I am enabled to vouch for Its accura- cy." PROMINENT MEN WILL SPEAK rmntmA of K Glftn lor Worcester. Mass.. Feb. A. Ooodnow, on tho most generous Of Wcrfpstor's jihilruithropists. is (load bere, 94 years. Amonp; his sifra were to collpire; to Washbtirn rollftu: in K-insis and to Drnry college in Missouri. Strike Snrxtiil to Baton m, Caur-isia, Feb. e wlifrh siiiriod hero VV'eclnesitay is bcnoming pcneral. Largo bodies of men are crowding the streets, the quays and docl s are deserted and the military are patrolling the town. tu To DWIII tlio Washintilon, Keb. after the innate met Thursday a bill authorizing the KeokuU and Hamilton Water com- pany to construct a dam across the Mississippi river from Keokuk, la., to Hamilton, 111., was passed. Trxrk Hot Springs, Ark., ac- eqiint of the frozen track i he raises at KESCX were declared off. The Ken- tiioly r'lub atal es will be run Friday but all other nntrlus wi-re declared otf. AoK.tllxnt 1 'Ixlltlllwll. Odessa, Feb. assnllant of the Chief of Police G'llovino, who was shot In the shoulder Wednesday has been Identified as Abraham Stillman. tn artisan from Chief Oal- DVine Is prof-Ti-ssiiii; s itlsl'actorlly, but the bullet has not been extracted. I'KMICIT Blooming ton. III., Keb. Sterling aged father of Congress- man John A. Sterling, la dead at his topote In Leroy. He was a prominent rwudut and yloneei at McLean coun- Boston. Feb. .'t. The program for the third annual convention of the Icnis Education association, which Ins just been arranged, indicates I h many prominent educators and clergy- men will speak upon a wide variety of rcliuiuus topics during the days of the convention, which Mil hr-i opened on Sunday, Ki liruary The general theme to br at tbo ci.n vent ion is "The Aims of Heli.iMom-. Among scheduled io cnntrlbute paprra during the moet- in.i? are I'resldent Win. H. Harper, of the University of Chieano; President Henry Churchill Kins, of Oberlln eol- Ohio: Bishop William F. Men-.iw- of Clilengo, nnd Hre.sldont Frank W. Gtinsaulus of the Armour institute of Technology of Chicago. Warsaw. Feb. mornm" Hissed quietly. The factory disiri-.-i., lire si I'd M} ly jjuimlt'd Ity troops. War- saw eont iniies in a slate of siege. All tlie ul' i l-.llled In tin1 riots have been r moved Iron) Iheiv hunu'S to poli'-e atiiiiiins. The relatives are tuit prrniitted 10 bary Iliom. h'rom the olire slulion In (he Novi Svial district alone I lie corfsos of mi-" and i wo women were taken Monday nii-'ht In (our hospital vans to the Jewish. Lutheran and Catholic ceme- teries and remained there for Identi- fication until Tuesday, when they were buried. Twenty-one bodies arc still unidentified. During; the riots of Sunday and Mon- day the workmen's residence district was unprotected by police and the Hooligans seined the opportunity to plunder many dwellings. A large body of workmen yesterday went to a sub- urb, where criminnls abound and in- slitufed a rigorous search of tht-lr houses. Wherever they were able to Identify stolen properly the workmen promptly killed the persons who hnd it in their possession. About a hun- dred other erimlnnls were Injured In fighting with the workmen. The lat- ter were not only actuated by revenge for their lasses, but were enraged be- cause the Hooligan clement brought discredit upon the strike movement. The local newspapers have resumed publication. The editors met and unan- imously aivrerd that as the censor would not permit them to tell the truth regarding the disturbances they would absolutely refrain from men- tioning the subject except In the offi- cial reports which they are compelled to publish. St. Petersburg. Feb. Oor- ky. the trithor who w is arresli'd short- ly Jil'icr the disnirbanrr.s at St. IVters- biiri; .lanuvry 'JU, has been released from custody. THE EASTERN WAR. .nut ti> I NhiUdcn, Feb. Al'tcr the Russian bombanlment ut' Sandiipu Hi Jap.'incse tried diive them (iff b'lt failed. The indii-atlons are that the Japnni'sr will abaudi-.ii Siindiapu. The tisunl aitlliery duel Is prueeedliiK at the center. Ten tial talllons which attacl eil the Itnsslnn left wer.1 repulsed with heavy loss. The latest returns of the Kusslnn tosses durln.i; the recent show that l.T.OOi) men were 1-llled or wounded, Gen. Kon- drntavltch being among the latter. Nhlvorlnc KnnssR City. Mo., Feb. en- tire west experienced the coldest weather of the winter Thursday morn- inu. In Iowa and Nehrus! n the ther- mometers retlsltred as low .15 de- crees bi low while In Kansas and Missouri II below was reached. At Havre. Mont., -It! below was reported. I'aris, Feb. continuance of the   FOR UPTODATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, Clilcasio, l-'cli. Indictiuent for murder 1 c asl.Ml Curoner man against .tohann llocli, ilu- nll'ged-] I'uiisonc-r of wives. "1 11111 now! In position td tho em- I lialtultiK (luiil injcctei! into (lie ln.dy of Mrs. Marie did not con- I tain arsenic." said the coroner Thurs- day. "Arsi nlc was not M constituent of any of (he drugs administered by the physician who intended the woman before her death. The fact that more than two and a half ounces of poison were found In the organs means that Hoch murdered his wife. The coroner's jury will doubtless hold Hoch to the grand Jury, but If it fulls to do so. I will mysejf hold him under my official prerogative." Mr Wntorbury, Vt., Feb. Mrs. Mary Rogers, who was to have been hanged Friday for the murder of her husband, has hcen reprieved until June. LJ PAUL W. ALLBN, Livery Stable. NEW HOUSES NEW UlXiti I ES Trnvel well. Look Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn CAN COLD CE EXTRACTED FROM C7A WATER? An English Scientist Claims to P e Abie to Ho So Profitably. Model Bakery.... tiling in oat mi (IMIKI nt. .XliMJH I C 1-jc. him tin J. A. ISLINGEK, Prop Cold WIIVK In Hi- South. Memphis, Tenn., Feb. cold wave prevails over the central south and southwest. The mercury at M'-mphla registered 17 above zero Thursday. Heports from northern Ar- kansas and Oklahoma state that zero weather prevails and cold wave is ad- VRnrinjj south ward. Fruit and produce dealers have been adviBod to hold their shipments for two or three days. IWIno Ksnltxlnil Two. Knn.. Feb. explo- sion at. Devlin Mills, nine milos north of this city, killed .lohn Yost and An- tone Hmardo. The explosion was of a local nature and caused by a windy shot. The mine was not damaged aside from blowing down two or three doors In tho vicinity of the explosion. Tho dead men each leave a wife and four children. Philadelphia, Feb. i. N. W. Irvine has issued a statement announc- ing that he had given up the Blabop Ethelburt Talbot. Wr.ii Street financiers Ilnve Been Doing It Successfully for Eome Time Afco n TTew Englan-' Promoter of a Sen Water Gold Made Considerable Money ry Beating- the Stockholders to the Boat. And Summer tha Sum mar Bwort Keepers Arc Wore BuooeMioL UcraiA WOULD YOU TAKE FOR YOUR EYES? Don'fc thi'iti or wear poor C. J. WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE Jf. t "OIL TO BURN. And why not burn Eupion? There is hr-t- tpr your merchant to give you tin' EUPION OIL. FOR SAT.K KY R. S. TOB1N, JONKSvfe MKAUKHS, L1TTLK BROS., w. j. BAixtti, JOHNSTON AND M. L. POWERS Ji Ji T. MARTIN, 4K8nt Waters Piirci Oil Coipiny KWSPAPERl iNEWSPAPERl   

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