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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 HIK Stews MV KS I HK .\KW s U ll ll.I I I '> NKW s  ADA tVLMSIMO NEWS.  I .WIK NKW a  OKUVEKKU Al I". PKK W KH Iv         DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY    — mr— — ..S-ki—kirr... ,      VOLUME I    ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING-, FER. 3 1905.    NUMBER 279     LADIEU’  MUSLIN UNDERWEAR  "I  SALE  Bodies of Those Kill'd in Recent Warsaw Riots Taken from ll urn es to Poll 11 1  t- ill t i 0 ll •  Crots Examination of Russian Officers at Paris Developed Considerable Feel.nj;.  w  lining W  * k, vv u  w  ‘clno^d iy i'Vi) I-* tmi i* tntiniiinvr for one un v ' s * ii ■ » icv" til ti ne ‘ a ‘til illy 1“' ow  ‘HOOLIGANS" Cr’Ui'NS TRCU3LF. SIVERELY CRITICISED DRJISH PROSS.  iM't. of mat. *n ii I) » it (a i I > ran* ti i*~ t *1 »y, ii nu! t mu** sreowii  K mu i iv.* it* an* Ivivr th,*'* on table-, a milord anHordinsf t * j>? it*.-.  I’lii»*• I•• r«*«l M *ttv it I *u i Id c I run Ii StriK**r« W r* iv W Ii-n    < in ^ Ii.  I’d |>I lr.* t ton.  I I*'»»#’•■* «if AVorknifii >i .I « V «till NI .iil.l I lr —  Hill ll ITV %'««!■ lf «' ll I Cf  N. iv 4i.ii|i«t. It* mini**  I  TA ii Ll: NO. I. 25 c.  La lins” ( \>r> ** *' >\ ers and I haw.*?-. V a any nu* and 50e tor i uh»j.  5 Dc.  L uIm*-" O > ^>*t Co va? i* '.vin. C ? ‘inisr, i h riw* ei*- ail > ti: rs i'ar-r  arr ad The and cvh* value-.  TABLE NO. 2. 75c.  Consists of excep’ional value- You'll s ty cheap at $LOM C ii-i-ts of l»rtvv**r-. Gowns, Skirt-and a orart Gov *t  TABU: NO. 5.  $1.00  A ll v\ ut I in i in and t*\ 11 * v i nit's in C * Avn*, O’ awe? -, s v rn- an t «*i -t't Gov  t*t‘s.  TABLE NO. 4 $1.50  Skirt- and Gowns, unusual values.  War saw. Ft b. passed quietly. T! are sin til Iv s. tun t saw continues in a Ail the bt iii cs of riots ll ive Im I ll I nom* s to puli e sh; ar# not p. rn . ?«ti ? the pol? e si al ion district alone the and two women wen night in four ho-nit  *.- i ae morn ut c* ii lory th i’ll in lr ups. War st ait* tit' siege. th I .Met! in tin fum ed I rom the a cis, 'rh© re! iii vt*  • bury them. I* ria iii tile Novi Svii •til . vs of f»n un I taken Monda I vans to ti?  $2.00  G >vvit8 and Skirts made of nice in*it**ri»L well made and nicely trimmed.  $2.50  L*tdie ’ Skirts of best mal et tai. Ii anis o rn •* I y I rimmed, wide flounce, vert !*tnkii»tf  OAf£PP/G£ spar ess//-  Borne of the latter ar* condition. The acc! fie ar A r. |*»rt. The sh i  T-n VV iimm K itU.I.  Ilornellvhle, N. Y., Feb. 3.—A passenger train on the Pittsburg. Shawmut & Nor* he rn re ll rem u lest night crashed into a sleigh ct ntaining 13 women. Killing t< n of them and seriously injuring the retrain lug th re .  in a serious lent occurred ch was one of thr-e carrying a P’rty from the Universalist church i f this city.  Win >ii»t Ki-Oorr thf l>»*«*«i.  St. P. tersburg. Feb 3.—An official pro-1 am at ion conveys the heartfelt sympathies of the .‘inneror. the empress and the down, cr empress to the families of tins' killed in the str*’ t fighting of J muary 22. They have placed $25.00) at the disposal of the governor-general. Trepoff, for the aid of the families of the sufferers.  Important Mutiny.  Washington. Feb. 3.~The attorney general has _ rendered an opinion in which he holds that drawbacks may be allowed on exported flour made in part from imported wheat He also holds that evidence of books of account may be us* i to establish the right of a manufacturer to a drawback.  SOUNDS LIKE A PIPE DREAM.  SE I’rti-rvhu*-? ( nrrnpon *«*nt of I.Minion  I #1«*|£ TM iii *■>»■#-HI 4 to ti «ti* lier!)  Mn •Hilly *.» Ill r- t Ii III g  London. Feb. 2. The St. Petersbur correspondent of the Telegram s nu lite following ret* iri able statement  “In a lew davs we shall wino |K>1 :tleal tr im k *, ii, it inn scene as ti: ocgi Iv an; I, .ng . < anything a nu* I pa n tom 11*.;** or an ic lit fairy tale off r. The cacti is who lang  ! i Ii cells in the fortress will be reb* * to-morrow and th?ir misdemeanor will be forgotten. The priss will b : I lowed to sp?x freely. Lat**r His. Co n. Trepoff will be sent to Manchuria, and in ten (lava a brand mw r *p i -sentativp ch:in ber will lie created i nlier the magic wand of M de Witt** Mid a new era of prosperity will bpgin for the Russian people. That Ut th** Intent item of th** political programme I am enabled to vouch for its accuracy.”  Jewish, Lutheran and Catholic cern* teri-*s and remained there for identi heat ion until Tuesday, when tic.. were burled Twenty-one bodies austin unidentified.  During the riots of Sunday and Monday the wort men s residence district was unprotected by police and th** Hooligans seized the opportunitv to plunder many dwellings. A large body of workmen yesterday went to a sub urb, where criminals atound and in stituted .a rigorous search of th ir houses. Wherever they w • re able to identify stolen property the workmen promptly Killed the persons who had it In their possi ssicn About a hun (ired other criminals were injured in fighting with the wor men The lit ter were not only actuated by revenge fur their losses, but were enraged because the Hooligan el anent brought discredit upon the strife movement  The local newspapers have r* turned publication The editors met and unanimously agreed that as the censor would not permit them to tell th** truth regarding the disturbances they would absolutely refrain from mentioning the subject except In the offf-ei d re int ria whirl they are eorr.pelLd to publish.  Unrk»  St. Pe'ersburg. F* b. J. Maxim Corky. the author who wv arr - < <1 hort-lv i* f ’ die dc t nd) uc I *  * in*, nu-in 11 *• * ii * ** < t in it-I.** it h nu* t-»*  I *’ I Int l imn U VC nj iv ..ti-k t Ii »*  I r-v «*»• I t it. r I’ i ii.Ii Vtimiir-r V«k»*.l Iii** I iptmn h Hull.’ it .* IJH.* ll «* It — I.It’ll t.  I iii* Vi*., I i limit.- I,  Pars, Fi b. 3.- A continuance of the  *    x a in in af • * ... ti* Ka Mian o {Blee rs at Thursday's session of the inter-t? oil nal comings on deva loped eoudd-V‘ • I.- feeling and several sharp exec in.: i si of re.nar. s Ca.it. Cl I do parti iii.adv eri leaned the hostile attitude  the British press. He said Vice Ad-i- : si Riijes?vensky had written a pri-| letti r sever iy «*ond« inning th** I ii n- a pres. u rig one phrase which Cipt. Clado slid he considered necessary to withhold. Baroi Taube, th** Lu: tan Jm.i ial idvist r. remarked that It was doubtless same strong, seafaring expression Cipt. Clado replied: ‘I will not sav tin* phrase was strong btu it was bitter.”  Capt.    Clado    referred to an alleged  misstatement    tit    it    Russian torpedo  boats remained upon the scene without rendering aid to the trawlers. He decided that no such torpedo boats remained  Hip h OTI im**, ’irs? secretary of the British enibass) in Paris and ag* nt of Crc it Britain, said lie had heretofore refrained from as ing a delicate question. namely, win m ne of the Russian ■ v»* assist mce aft *r i itll fishing boats  • roil that Admiral illy explained that a • injuries to the serious, whereas - just escaped from lo boats, it was dc-  ahtps remained to *-Knowing th it p« a. had be* n strut Capt Clado an- * Rojest vensky had I he did not comic i fishing boats wcr* the squadron havin an attack bv torn* <  iw the squadron as from the vicinity of  DU ? g .  from c  i in: *» rv study.  b  t St. IV? *t*n r*»lea  sSr.ible to with*! sca n as possible sn* h attar’s  \dmlral Beaumont (Grc**t Britain) ii Eely Quest ion d he witness on who give*the order to !;r<*. Cipt Clado saying > wa- Admiral Rojestvensky.  Li* ut Ellis, of the Russian bittle-sbip Alexander III. also maintained his teatime!) > on cr 'ss ex onlnation.  WILL BE HELD FOR MURDER.  THE EASTERN WAR.  a  in  i* d  It ti - »I i*i *' im <ti  *» I .I **P * ll »*4#’ V III I  I'M I*’  Iff  It Iii  I Kr|v»rti . *{.-. n I. I a.iMIO.  It* PM III  dill iirn I .troll* r I* I’, hi* ii ii Hoi Ii 'I nr I* VV.Ik.r  • ItI*** Nm* Th it «lu-rI VI r*. VI i rip-11 <i«'h.  Mu: bom lr J I JC: ll fa ii od Jap in  n. Fob. I. \ft* i n i nt t t S in Ii ij»i * tried to drive The indications ■ will abandon £ usual aitil ery duel i< the <***ntcr. Ten J lpm which attar! cd tin* Hrs repulsed with heavy Ins  r Russian i Taos la; til tIi- rn off b it ai a that t h'* indian'!. Tin’ rtn ceding at s■ ■ Ii if t aition • mn left wer» L The latest  PROMINENT MEN WILL SPEAK  Lift- for WVih’rn I ollecm.  Worcester, Ma s., Feb. 3.—Edward A. Ooodnow, on <J the most grn«*rous cf Worcester's phi! ntbropists. is dead bere, aged 94 years. Among his gifts were $15,000 to Iowa college; $5,000 to Washburn < <»11oi-* n K *ns *s and $1,000 to Drury college in Missouri.  — *rlk»- Hi* —iir*n| tn Iii ton iii.  Bal on rn, Caucasia, Feb. 3.—Th** etril e which started here Wednesday Is becoming general. Large bodies of men are crowding the str**et.s, the quays and doc s are deserted and the military are pa? ri lling the town.  To Dmn th*> M i44*4.||ipl,  Washington. Feb 3. Soon after the ■enate met Thursday a bill authorizing the Keokuk and Hamilton Water company to construct a dam across th** Mississippi river from Keokuk, la, to Hamilton, 111., was passed.  ICh€'»« Trnrk Kroi*n.  Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 3.—-On account of the frozen trai l* the races at Essex park w* re declared off. The k,*n-tucl y el it) st a I es will be run Friday but all other entries were de dared off.  t* * In* in*-’* A-4 t ii* ii t I t**ntilt**il.  Odessa, Feb. The assailant of the Chief of Police (I Bovine, who was shot In the right shoulder Wednesday bas been identified a \hraham Stillman, in artisan from B**r«li lu ff. Chief 0 tl-ovine is pro;*r*‘sh lie itisfactorily, but the bullet haw not been extracted.  Il*l»Hll4 I’llMlftT (It* I* ll,  Bloomington, 111., Ft b. 3.—Charles Sterling aged 83, father of Congressman John A. Sterling, is dead at his home in Leroy. He was a prominent resident and pioneer of McLean coun-Ur.  I'rnfmmm^ of K^IItIkii* K tiicitlnntl Av*  •o<*l»tio<i V1**»*iImc vt lli>4ti*n -hnW4 4 Litrrurr F»*>*4t lo I’ruviircL  Boston, Feb I. The program for the third annual convention af the Religious Education assoeiatioa which hi"' j?ist bien arranged, indicates th it many prominent educators and clergymen vv iii speak upon a wide vari tv if r* lh urns topics during th s> v ral days of th** convention, which will I"* opened on Sunday. F* bruary 12    'rh**  funeral theme to be discussed at »!*e euuvention is “The Aln * of Religion Ed’ Lion.” Among tim e s *ht du!*'d <» contribute papers during the meeting are Lrcsld**nt Win. It. Harper, f the Bn ive rs tv of Chicago: Presid*uit Henry Churehiil King, of Oberlin oldie e. Ohio; Bishop William F. Mi hindi. of Chi*ago, and President Frank W. Gunsaulus of the Armour institute of Technology of Chicago.  I’nlil VA •¥*• Iii Him South.  Memphis, Term., Fob. 3. —Another cold wave. prevails over the central south and southwest. The mercury at Memphis registered 17 above zero Thursday. Reports from northern Ar-Kp.nsas and Oklahoma state that zero weather prevails and odd wave is advancing southward. Fruit and produce dialers have been advisal to hold their ahi pirn nts for two or ihr**e days.  returns of til** Russian losses during the recent fighting show that 13.00i men were I tiled or woun Iud (ten. Kon-dratsvitoh being among the latter.  Kit ll Cl* W>4t Mtlvrrliir  Kansas City. Mi*.. )*>b 3. The en tin* west experienced the coldest weather of th** winter Thursday momma In Iowa and Nebras! a the th r momrters reg Isl ired as low as 35 dc ••recs below zero, while in Kansas and Missouri it below was reached. At Havre, Mont . IO b low was reported  Chicago Fob 3 Indictment for mu rd t r vs ill I. a-'-d In Coroner Hoff ii an against Johann Much, Un* all m d poison* r ot in ny wins *1 am now in position to say jositivelv the ein-1 aiming fluid inj«*ct**d into the b* dy cif Mrs Mar e \\ «*lk* t - Hoi h did not **oii-tain arsenic.” .said the coroner Thugs day. “Ars ntc w is not a const intent of any of tin* drugs administered by the physician vvho it tended the woman bitore her death. The fact that more than two and a half ounces of poison wer* found in th** organs means that Modi murdered his wife The coroner’# Jury will doubtless hold I loch to the grand jurv. but if it fails to do so. I w ill in)self hold him under my official prerogative.”  Mm. Kmrrri It* prli*»f*l.  Waterbury, Vt.. Feb. 3. Mrs Mary  Rogers, who was to have been hanged Kriilav for 'he murder of her husband, has bien reprieved until June.  CAN CCID CE EXTRACTED FR CM ETA WATER?  An EngLih Scientist Cia ms to I e A lip to iJo ;o Piofitatiy.  v-  ^    A SsJ ii Lu,V‘»m*h** ■     N *‘    *    V-  \    VK  .-•J    /?*?,(■%'~ '~T‘  \ ■■ •'*•**    f" . *;>>*'    :    '  y • 4s* j v-w  it' 3 /  alin* Vxnlnntmi Kill* Two.  Pittsburg, Ran., Feb. 3. An explosion .it Devlin Mills, nine miles north of tills city, killed John Yost and Anton** Smardo. ’I he explosion was of a local nature and caused by a windy shot. The min** was not damaged aside from blowing down two or three doors In th** vicinity of the explosion. Th** dead men each leave a wife and four children.  Louie Time A^o a ITew Englan ’ Promoter of a Sen Wnt^r Gold Mina Made Considerable Money I v Benting the Stockholders to  the Boat.  Philadelphia, Feb. I.—Rev. I. N. W. Irvine has issued a statement announcing that he had given up the fight against Bishop Et he! Pert Talbot*  And Every Summer tbs Seaside Sum mer Resort Keepers Are More or Less  Successful.  Chicago Record Herald*  I  THIS SPACE  BELONGS TO     rn        rn                    _  MI    ' -    m     Watch for announcement of the New Store.  I  i  CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE  CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE,  "STT'  o  J  IL  +  +  PAUL W. ALLKN,  Livery Stable.  NKW HOUSEN    NKW HUGG I KS  Travel well.    L« >4) k    w»*    *  Sat inf actory Service Guaranteed,  Allen Livery Barn  rn  Model Bakery..  a •  fill hun  'I UH  hv©r x thing    to ©st alwrqfM  M«»*U*, I Ut*? \ .    i‘» I < *:M I. ( ?i H ♦*-» Lh**. ( k ok I *».-«,  (’»i nil ii***, Ku*.  »«•(* in iii  • J. A. ISLINUEk, Pron phone, 424.  a*  a*  s*  a,  r  £  ■A  ' *>. ^  WOULD YOU TAKE ll $1,000,000 ~  FOR YOUR EYES?  L  Don’t nouflout them «»r wear poor g r ln**sos  C. J. WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit Yon Right.  EYES    TESTED    ^    FREE  y  MV  |    .  | W, T. MARTIN, !*«*>MOu,. m  J  "OIL £? TO BURN.  Anil wliv nut F>urn Eipionl Thnro is nom* h<*t-t-*r A«•)< your merchant to uiw von it)' 1  EUPION OIL.   FOR SALK BY -  Ii S. TOBIN, JONES A MUA DICKS. LITTLK BKI IS.. VV. J. BAHOU. UUU.I) A JOHNSTON ANI* M. L. COW KUS .*» J*   

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