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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma IllK WIIILK 11 THE ADA LVENING NEWS. THE DELIVERED AI lite PEK WEEK VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1905, NUMBER r LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ty Keb cuntimiing for we will m ih it are aetunlly below cs.Kst of matornil fa if to duy, if not f second. For convenience on tablet, arranged TABLE NO. 1. 25c. Corset Covers -md uny tot- and 50c for hese 50c. Ladies' Ciinnme, Draw- and Skirts. are all 75c and 35o values. TABLE NO. 2. 75c. Consists of exceptional values. You'll any cheap at of Gowns, Skirts and Corset Covers. TABLE NO. 3. AH well made and extia v lines in Di and Corset Cov TABLE NO. 4 and Gowns, on- usual values. Gowns and Skirts made of nice mntwrial, well made and nicely trimmed Ladies' Skirts of best material, li a n d so m el trimmed, wide flounce, V The Interstate Commerce aion Arraigns tbe Railroad for Violations of tbe Law. WEBE FLAGRANT, WILFUL, CONTINUOUS Alco Into IB ru tar Veon Kl with Inmtamtu Washington, Feb. re- ceived at the suite department from the United States minister In Caracas Mr. Bowen, Indicate that the rupture with Venezuela which President Roose- velt has been trving to avoid Is Immi- nent. Mr Dowen recommendr'l that he be recalled and that diplo- matic relations with Venezuela be sev- ered. Washington. Peb 4. "Flagrant, wll- tal and continuous violations" of the law during the past five years la the way In which the Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe railroad Is arraigned in a decision promulgated Friday by the commerce commission on the unlawful rates and practices ft that road in the transportation of and mine supplies, involving also the Colorado Fuel Iron company. The main points of the decision, sum- marizing the way in it ia alleged tbe law has been violated and disre- garded are as follows "The act to commerce re- quires carriers to publish and adhere U) their tariffs I he TopeKa ft Santa Fe company has for tbe last five yara uilfullv and contin- uously violated this provision of the law in the above stated "February 19 PMM the so-called 'El- kins bill' was enacted, providing that Carriers should In no case tiansport traffic until a tariff had been published, and that the published tariff should be Observed, and a penalty of not less than Sl.OOO nor more than 000 for each offense The provisions Of this statute extend both to the rail- way company which grants and the party which receives the concession Both the Santa Fe and the Colorado Fuel Iron company systematically continuously violated the provis- ions of that act in the particulars men- tioned from the day of ita passage down to November 27, 1904, when the tariff! under which this coal moved were reduced In all cases 11 It would seem that the El Paso South- western railroad was also in violation of the same statute during that period, but that company was not a party to Oils proceeding and has not been beard. "It should be further observed that on March 25, 1902, tbe United States circuit court, in a suit began at the Instance and request of the Interstate Commerce commission enjoining the Atchison, Topeka Santa Fe Railway company to observe in all respects its published schedules of rates. That Company from the date of this injunc- tion down to November 27, 1904, was Apparently In continuous disregard Of that order of court la Ita failure to coal tarlffa." St, Thomas, Danish West Indies, Fob 4 new Danish West Indian na- tional bank waa opened here Frlduv Simultaneously the new monetary tern of the Danish West Indies went Into effect, francs and their fractions styled bits, replacing the present dol lars and cents currency Ind Peb. wont condition in many years prevails on the lower Ohio river The gorge at Cloverport, Ky which formed the first of the week. Is growing In size hourly and Is said to be almost SO miles In length. Now Lincoln. Neb, Feb. Rouse, of the Nebraal a bouse, bus appointed a committee of six members to investigate and report on charges of undue Influence being exercised b> an alleged railroad lobbv 1st th I III li> Snve I.lfr St. Joseph, Mich. Feb save his child from cli nth in flames Cl nenc c Lowe threw it ihimigh a pane of Into the street I'rlrf nf Oil Cleveland, O Feb Standard fill company has reduced the price on .ill urucles of reuned oil one cent per ballon. FIRE IN EAST ST. 81s of tho mid llnlld- In th" 3OO.OUO East St. Louis, III., Feb. of the largest office and store buildings here were destroyed or badly dam- aged by fire Friday, and several per- sons were Injured. The property loss Is estimated at partially Cov- ered by Insurance. All the available fire-fighting apparatus In the city was called out, and finally a call for assist- ance was sent to St Louis. The In- tense cold greatly Impeded the fire- men Not to HIIJT Coul Mlnm. Berlin, Feb. 4 Minister Moellur says that the Prussian govern- ment does not Intend to buy the coal mines In both Rhenlsh-Westphallan and, the Sllcsiaii regions and that his position now towards state ownership of the fields is precisely what It was during the negotiations to acquire the Hlbernla the government ought to have a seat In coal ayn- dlcaU. The President's Connection with the Alleged Diversion Explained by Attorney General Moody. ACTION JUSTIFIED BY THE LAW, Declaration of Policy of In ill-- WHO of Public for Dill Nut KrpvMl frt-vlout UHOII ttm Kubjoot Which Confitrroii tterfcUn Washington, Feb. Roosevelt s connection with tbe diver- sion of Indian trust funds to the sup- port of Catholic mission schools is explained and Justified in a communl- I cation addressed to the president by J Attorney General Moody which was filed with the senate committee on Indian affairs by William H. Ketcham, 'director of the bureau of Catholic In- dian missions. Father Ketcham appeared before the committee to defend his bureau against the charges that It has been using un- due and political Influences to secure the use of tnist funds for Catholic schools. Mr communication, dated February 15, 1908, seta forth tbe rec- ord of a cabinet meeting held IB Jan- uary. 1904, when the question of the use of Indian funds for sectarian schools was discussed and the presl- dent asked for an opinion as to his authority to direct that contracts be made for the use of such funds by educational Institutions. Senator Knox then attorney general, decided that the action of congress in declaring It to be the policy of the gov- ernment not to permit the nee of the public moneys of the American people for owtarlsn purposes did not repeal prwrlmta laws giving to the secretary of tttf Interior discretion to use the Tndlnn funds In nnr manner he smw flt. Certain laws were cited to direct at- tention to the president's authority In that regard. At the cabinet meeting Friday Oeurg- tarv Hltcheoc1< took up the nubleet of the nae of Indian trust funds for the benefit of swetartan nehoola Francis 1? commissioner of Indian af- was mlled Into the conference. It Is said a statement will he Hsupd In a few davs reenrdlnp the matter DAIRYMEN MISBEHAVE. Iowa NMOU Oltr Cuonml Terror. Mason City, la., Peb Nor- wood is in a serious condition. A drunken mob here attending the na- tional butter makers' and state dairy conventions took possession of the Wilson hotel, broke the furniture and (.mashed In the doors, so that the occu- pants of rooms were compelled to bar- ricade their dooru The police and hotel employes were powerless. Nor- wood was seized bv the mob, forced Into a small room, trampled and pounded Into Insensibility. Howard and W. S. Reynolds, connected with James B. Rowland Co, New York t daln commissolners, were placed un- der arrest, tal en before Norwood and Identified as his assailants Both are prominent. They were placed under bonds, and wilt appear Satur- day for a prellmltuu hearing. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO DHlrrniBii Klvet Mason City la Keb 4 Fire hun- dred delegates attended the Iowa state dairymen's convention here S. B. Schilling of Mason City was elected to succeed himself for the fourth term H president P H Flefer of Manchester was chosen secretary and Prank H. Brown of Cedar Haplds treasured COLO CAUSES SUFFERING. It to ml t Austin Tex IV b 4 lower house of the state l Private J aurence T. Milton, a sentry three escaped The men refused to halt when ordered to do so Milton Plttaburc. Peb. The coldert weather In six years waa experienced Friday In this city and vicinity when thermometer In outlying districts reached 16 degrees below zero. Owing i to a bad breaK in a gas main la West Virginia a gas shortage was general 1 all over the county and Intense suffer- I Ing resulted. A number of manufac- turing plants were, obliged to quit work on account of the cold and Inability to raise steam A number of schools were compelled to close. The upper and lower mills of the Carnegie Steel company closed down JD account of no gas and 1.000 men were sent home Coal and river inter- ests are paralyzed by the cold weather The rivers are frozen over, necessita- ting the closing of all the river minea Thousands of miners are affected. MlUnrrt lit f. T. MusHogee, I. T Peb. 4. A fierce blizzard struck this section of tbe ter- ritory Thursday night Fine snow fell freely and was driven through the air by a 35-mlle-per-hour wind, causing suffering to stock and making Impossible Frlclav two Inches if snow coven d th" ground, the heav- iest fall ever recorded here Col Out In Kansas City, Mo., Peb. Tbe ther- mometer red 14 below in Kan- sas Cit> yeslerdaj, the coldest sin< e when it was 22 The colcli si spot In the United States to-day was nt Glendive Mont where 63 degrees below zero was reported Nix of ftt TopeKa, Kan Feb. 4. The tempera- here craved six decrees bi'low iero Thiirsdaj night. The lowest waa olght degrees below The country la covered with six Inches of snow and etreet ear service here la delayed. ZXXBOAX TRUST IB BBOtN NTWO TO WAJCX TJT TO AJJ PLEASANT FACT. [By HcTutehcon. In Chicago Dtllj Tribune 1 During the Presidential Really Friendly to Me Ail That Talk Just for Political Effect At tfee Time "Oreat Quasi I Bv'a Beatly la THE RED CROSS Watch for announcement of the New Store. PHITWflfin THE TAILOR' FOR CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES Travel well. Look Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn Model BaKery tinny tfood to oat almivs on li'inn nt the Model Itio.id. Kir, him tin J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. WOULD YOU TAKE FOR YOUR EYES? Don't neffleot thorn or wear C. J. 'WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE -OIL BURN. 99 And why not Inirn Eupionf is nono hot- tpr Auk your merchant to UIVP you the EUPION FOB SALB R S.TOBIN, JONES MEADEKS, L1TTLK BROS., W. J. BAl UH, REED JpHNSTON AND M. L. POWERS W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Conipanif
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