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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 nm nkws t.!\ KS I III'. NKW s \\ IHI.I I I v M.U -  VOLUME i  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, PEB. ll. 1905.  THE NEWS DELIVERED AT HK.- PER WEEK  NUMBER 286  &  On account of the bud w t* athel*, preventing  manx nom eomir.sj to our  IA FEW DAYS LONGED!  agt ......... —-—    ■     -  Ip &  &  9  *&*  &  *  *  *  *  (I  Muslin  Underwear  Sale,  WI  it'll XA t‘  ST X  rl  these  Actual Cost  broods are priccdf tar, lea* than  of Material,  to say nothing of the work, we are not exatfgeratiutf. We promise not to disappoint you. As bad n> tilt* weather has been we have had a tlatterin^ business. Join the bargain hunters, come at once. Reductions on ah winter goods.  o/vspp/ps  asr  {*v  IS?  ii}  *  VIS-  * * *  fix  A ®- *  wmm  <*>  V  •T«  Vf>  $  <&  $  $*  -x*  ❖  $  $  it  sr*'  a  it  ’i>  *  J ->  * *♦  *2y.  Senate Again Sits as a Court of Impeachment to Try the Florida Justice.  AN ORDER MADE FOR DAILY SITTINGS.  i  Crowds Wait on the Street to Catch a Glimpse of the Much-Married Austrian.  HAS CONFESSED TO 13 MARRIAGES.  THIS SPACE BELONGS TO  From rwo to Flvo O’! look !•:%«>»» \ft**moon ■    frwllpt    Thin    H**    Will    Own    Up    to    ut  Will IU* 1votoil to til*- a'hho I util IU** posed Of Hilly Irlnt'ujf .if Ako l’rovt.i(*ii lur - RrprritntiillVO I'Mliitrr suixil tho I it.f for Proiftutluu  Washington Fob ll Frill ax flu* Sway ne ii ce* dings were resit lr. *; Wat* present with hi .  L^n motion of Mr Ft ate adopted an ordei in the impeachment ginning at two p. rn  At one o'clock ipeaehment pro-. Judge Sway ne attorneys. Lirbunks the senor daily sitting* proceedings be and closing ai  providing for the report of the or  daily  reed  ^    '■    vt/    •«?  I lixe p. na,* ami I printing of th*  In ga.  The sergeant-at-artn.s reported thut ti? witnenses hail been summoned a.** 'directed, and that many of them had  1  arrixed in the city After some preliminaries Manager Palmer made a .statement of th** ease against Judge I Sway ne.  SAID SENTENCE WAS JUST.  J. Samuel *lcCu*». Former Wafor of ('bar-lott«Mivlllr, Va.. IU(i(ml for Wlf*  >1 urdar.  | Ch ariot tsvt lie. Va., Feb. ll.—J. Sam- !  uel MeCue. former mayor of this cit) was hanged in the county jail here | Friday for the murder of his wife on I Sunday, September 4. 1904. MeCue was I pronounced dead eight minutes after I the trap had been sprung.  S Immediately after the execution Mc* Cue’s three spiritual advisers gave on, the following statement:    “J 8am-  » eel MeCue stated this morning in oms presence and requested us to make public that lie did not wish to leave thL world with suspicion resting on any human being other than himself; that I he alone was responsible for the deed, i im ladled to it by an evil power beyond I his control. and that he recognized I his sentence as just ”  NO BREAK YET.  I.*->*«t Thirty H»*f*.r»* ti**- I'rinrnt In-A|n« «*t Ov**r IIIm    VU'ii iii    Im Fin!**.!  I*rituiirr S»*t*I). J«>«'tt*(l Mini Burely 1-Odk. «l I |.  Chicago, Feb. ll. day heard limn* n accus.»<j by wittier tv ti jury as a biy and curious crow* i aimer of Mrs \\ x^as described. I lilly room hi tin «  TO BREED FINE HORSES.  Sfrlroltnnl Department farrhtsinc Slav llro^dlne ’•toek for th*, t'olontdo F.iperlinent Station.  Chicago, Fob. ll —Tai help supply th* demand for prime coat h horses Assist ant Secretary of Agriculture Hayes has purchased in this city for the horse-breeding experiment station at Greeley, Col., the famous stallion Thundercloud ll mares and a number of Ane range horses The Greeley institution is nuder the direction of the agricultural department at Washington and the government recently appropriated $50,(MHI for the purpose of experimenting in breeding an ideal type of Ln American coach horse This tex* move upon the pan of tho government is said to b« Iii;cly to lead to vequests from other live stock interests to branch oat farther and establish farms tor breeding oilier  types of horses, ing different tvp sheep. With th** the country in . for prim** coach greatly increas* d, large It rn and for port  well as for breod-of cattle, hogs and ii rd development of aith tIe* demands is*'.-, has betorn* and there is also a s ich horses to °x -  DIPLOMATIC CHANGES.  A rr; I lur*'iii*-ut* I I na! It A oui pl rn t mil Tri*r»Mf*-m in tin' Kim»pn»n Po*t* XtfCormlfl*    to    I'nrl*.  TO EXTEND MARKET.  Former Senator Mr L* aria. of South I arolla*. to Call oo th*' l'r**«L!f*nt for A»*Utaorr  New Orleans Fell ll -Former I nittni States Senator McLaurin, of South Carolina, chairman of the com mittee appointed by the Southern Interstate Cotton convention to xvalt *>n President Roosevelt and ask him  1 *> form a commission To introduce Aliter lean cotton into th** orient and other undeveloped markets, will visit the president on th** 2oth Senator Mc Laurin calculates that i; China may be induced to use Vmerican cotton, st is not unreasonable to believe that 25,-000,000 bales of tic* American crop a ii b#» consumed aft**r ll v * * years  Kviitui kf Kli>r «>n * It.*iul.•!  Madison. Iud Feb. ll. A mesm • ,,ust received from Beattyville, Ky . r< ports a SO foot >weil coming out of th** Kentucky river and «arrying every tiling befur' and swiping th** ’.aile} clear.  IIt*uh•* C'onslftrrt'.t I'rlvtiU* 1't.iiiluiu.  Washington, Fob. ll Under the rule Friday being private pension day, th** house immediately after convening pro* oeded to the eon-ideration \ in* inures of that charact**!  I wruHrtli Sanatoria! llatlot til l.f|[l«liitur.> **litiw« No I huller.  II iixiuri  Jefferson City, Mo , Feb ll As th** vote on the twentieth ballot of th* joint session of th legislature to lect a successor to United States Senator Cockrell, proceeded Friday, the expectation that there would be a break in the Niedrinchaus fore*es as a result of Thursday night’s caucus, fad* ii. and th** only * bange was In tht recipient «»f Representative Walmsley’s complimentary vote. which he l ast for Stat*- Senatot (»**>rg* It Curry. The ballot in detail follows Niedrlng-hftus. tie; Uoekrell. 02. Kerens, ll, Finkehibur*:, I; IVtttjohn I; Curry, 1. Twenty pairs were tnnoutu ed, 09 votes b< in:- neee *ssar> to elect Adjourn was  Johann I loch, FrU . for iii* ti I st Tim** >c*s and pointed out j imist Before a big I he sat while the dlcker-HoCh’s d atli b lore entering the riminal court bnild-t < where the inquiry was hold, Hoeh i *nfessed, th* police say, to having married 13 of the 2.9 women who claim bim as husband. Two in Milwaukee and two in Cill* innati were admitted by him Friday. It is predicted by th** police that he will own up to fully 3b of them before th** inquest, with its attendant strain upon him ends. But he holds firmly to his denial that he poisoned any one of them.  All along the rome from Chicago Avenue police station to the criminal court building, crowds were waiting de- c pite the cold, as if a big parade was anticipated.  All these people saw was a covered patrol wagon. In front of the main en- J trance to the criminal court building another throng was lined up, form- j ing an avenue through which Hoch and the police in charge of the prisoner had to pass. The stairs were lined with people and on each floor employes of the criminal court building were waiting for a look at the man who had courted and married so many wives.  Hoch kept hts overcoat collar turned ; up and hung his head. AH sorts of remarks were made about him by the throng, hut he never resjionded.  The grand jury room, where Ute inquest was held, was filled with wit- j  es* es officials and newspaper men I when Hoch arrived. Mrs. Kmili** : Ftaehei-Hoch, his latest spouse; Mrs.: Bertha Sohn. Mrs Emma Benoken, on** , of Hoch’s wives.' Mrs r>**Ha Fuego i ai, interpreter, and Mrs. Klippel. ;\ j friend of Mrs. Fiseher-Hoch’s were the I * nlv women in the room.  At the Inquest Hoeh sat at the head of a long table. The good humor that marl *-*! him upon his arrival had de- j parted ll** sat in a dejected attitude with oyes downcast, rarely hiking tip  \g:On ('(itll In Nflir^ki).  Omaha. Neb. Feb ll.—Ten degrees below zero was refiltered at th*  I  is  %  THE  RED CROSS  +  WatclTfor 'announcement of the New Store.  I  I  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  nun'  A I right  sh * I VV  bar**  rot  rent  -ii  ii Monday  !■ rom <i**n, Oko’x lleiMlquiirt#ro  nerul Oku urge Rust  Headu  for  nan*  rem  ban  lim rv  Feb.  » on tit but  Thei  jet w ee (ms r*  11  PAUL VV. ALLBN,  Livery Stable.  NKW HORSES    NKW    HUI    IO    I    KS  Travel well.    Look    well.  Satisfactory Service iluaranteed  Allen Livery Barn  +  d  'lifitk » VI itti  loin. Nth  r.»r I  r:«l 'III!  St at a  ' r  *na  iller no dan  »r h  * in >1(1  IU) p  Til**  ;o*r as ic ni>r Tuck the plat  J. C. Warren,  OPTICIAN  I  I. •  for  Washington, I’eb. ll. The president has finally arranged for the transfer in th** high Europ -an *'i{ lo:natic |*os; which he c*ontemplatid putting inio force March I or soon after In addition to thos** already announced. Ani bassador McCormick, now at St. Pe-U»rsburg, will be transferred to Paris Ut succeed Ambassador Porter.  George V. L. Meyer, ambassador »o Italy, will replace Mr. McCormick, at fit. Petersburg Henry White, secretary of embassy at London, will be  Ai u.ske  Hackley, tut Ions t PUU. is ll  on, Will ii Mi  ll(*in'f»i’tor ll**a*t  bb., Feb. IL—< gifts «if public  ** ;*>!. aggregate t  IL  inst i~  I (Ml!) -  lass  HATCHING.  Eyes Tested Free.  mf  ——i j a——I mnmi  rn.  rn  u  I - )rf Mi (HK ilixi* «, Im.  Des Moines bi.. Fob. ll Fire originated in a furnace wreck* of the principal busine:  (Oskaloosa entailing a Ion  VV in** ii  ii five blocks ut )f $lf>u,0i)0  mad  Wilton will be  e< **i  ay Iv mat  im na ss at p  n ade laiwr win rvif*  or I  sent i iii  Rome. minister  lr to Bels » Townsend, tir* from 1  lf**nry L. at Chile inm, sue-*»f Penn h* dinlo  which is partially cover***! by inHurane**. Fitch Brothers, harness dealers, .Tbu!’ A McGregor, Balduff & Uosenbach, dry g*)o*ls, and Fifer & Belmont, dry goods, are the principal losers. The burn *d buildings ar*- Scouted on th** w -st ?i«ii* of th- • *vn square  KANSAS Y. M. C. A.  rh** *t«t« <’olive Hi lim »i Sin,,, Kl«rt«rt  T, Frank**, of Uloflnld, I*ri*J»-ist—  *tOO I>«*U'C'i»ti a I'r* ««*nt.  .Salina, Kau . Feb. ll.-The following officer* have b **u elected by the Y M € A. state conv** at ion:    President, (*   r r Franks. Winfield; first vice. Prof A. ii. King, Salina; second vie**, J. T Rippey, KUia; secretary, George W Fleming, Leavenworth, assistant sec rotary, C. ll. MeGuin*, Salina; press reporter, It. W. Welsh, Newton. Three hundred delegates were present The annual reports show Improvement in all departments. Tho Topeka Ital I road association is the fourth largest iti th** United Staten. The convention will (continuo over Sunday  N Limits ti kl, has afijudlci Siam (ie * Ua**io Janna tvos! >k fr*»n cargo t(i b**  Wan ;» l,**u>4l I’rlr..'.  i F**b ll. The prize iou the Austrian steam* Dm Japanese off H*>i I while bound for Via .rdifl with coal) an*! Ii • gal capture*  Ke*ii  and  "or Ii A cr  at til  l.M*Jv (til / ,ii vnju for iiidiit  (ion, IV!;, ii. Lady Cur/.on of stem xxilu o< th** ic**Toy of India children have sailed Bril l ch steamer \ rabia. *n*ls Iii*! ! lo rn ) ire we! I  hor til T** alia on th awd of t  e docks.  +  *?■*  +  t  *§  OIL jc? TO BURN.  c.  j  +  ■f  And why not bum EupionH t hor* 1  is none bettor. Ask your merchant to k:ive von th** EUPION OIL.   FOR SALK ftY---  iv. 8. TOBIN, J ON KS & ^ IK A DF KS, L UTL K BRC)SW. J. BAUGH, REFF* A JOHNSTON AXP M. L FOW KRS, W\ (A liOLLOW.  W. T. MARTIN,  4 gft Waters Pierce Oil Company  .'■bv  t  t  4”  4*  Bv/ WX #  Cf'   x ' is\  JXI**r« iir \ K« ll  Chicago, F* ae* oui panled I in* rcury ir<;i*i  zero  id    hi A till  ti. C.»l(l Dor*' Friday a i»ii tor vv md aont I he 29 above i<> four below  Jom pit Farrar, on trial at Richmond, Mo,, tor killing; Ilia son-in-law. Charles Heyburn, was acquitted.  iii  Tile Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE President.    INO.    L.    BARRINGER.    Vice    Preside    I  FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  . Xnfi (NM) IKJ ......    *>i>    oik>    00  C tipititl Stock, -    .......  Undivided Prolife, - - - . - .  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW' NATION, IND. TEK.   

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