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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma fA FEW DAYS LONGER! THJ5 NBWS DELIVKRKU AT i-BK WKKK I DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING, FES. 13. 1905. NUMBER 287 On (K'eourit of w i> a t h e i prove rom ei to our Muslin Underwear Sale, A i.. 'iiUimr I hi- }V- kfc a tow s i t'.-v VV t iHti sii.v prioei', fur. lean tluin Actual Cost of Material, lo say nothing of the worU, we are not no' to ilissipl'Oint- .you. As n- weather hsv- we have had u duUfrinn bu-im-s-. Join bargain hunters; come once, on nti winter floods. New York, Feb. A flfe which broke oat In a double apartment build- ing in Thirty-eighth Btrwt between 'Sghth and Ninth avenue '.the llvea of many persons and threat Chod a large amount of property in the vicinity. The tire spread rapidly the apartment' house to several crowded tenements in t.ho rear and scores of families were driven Into street with no time to save any of their personal belongings. The fire- men were greatly hampered in fight- ing the blazo by insufficient water sup- ply. This fire was within a block and a half of the Casino theater, which was badly damaged by fire earlier In (Tie afternoon. Third In IVn Washington, Keb The weather bureau reports show that, the third gen- eral snowstorm within the last ten days has Sot in over Kansas anil Nebraska and the lower Missouri and .upper Mississippi valleys. The storms, ac eompunied bv considerable snow anil i an extreme cold map, continue in the middle k.v Mountain region, the nearest npprmc.h to the present oondi then: having occurrwl in I'Vbni- i ary ISS'J j prohibition federation, which i has for its object 'the complete annl- j hiiutlou of (he liquor has been organised sit Shawnee, Ok. One of the prime movers is Mrs. Carrie Nation, who has recently located there. if i Society oi Russian Iron Masters Warn the President of the Com- mittee of Ministers. STBUE AT ST. PETERSBURG SPREADING Reports from Show iJ ii KlllBd tit) Injured at the KxthBflann Worku-r.O.OOd Men au Strike In Thnt Dutrlct-Men Arv Uulxt Determined. The Casino, Situated at Thirty- Niath and Broadway, Totally Destroyed. MANY PERSONS HAD NARROW ESCAPES KiuuoU'n Company Went Inr When Vlrn Heejtm0 Faulo-Striukmi. Hoi All Ctkuran Ulrl'n Hrokm A Heoond Klre la Sttaif Vicinity. St Petersburg, Keb. The Society Russian Iron Masters, representing in capital. has memorialized M. Wittc, president of tin- eonnuiLtin: ministers on Uie labor (iiiestion, pointins out tlmt attitude of the people is a warning "that no repres- sive measures will end the deeply- movement ol the Uussian peo- ple." The Iron masters further declare Umt normal relations la-tween tlio workmen and their cmjiloyerH uru on- ty possible with a systi m oi govern-: Etent based on ju.-nirc and with tti" yarticipatlou cf lioth i.'uiployers and1 in (Hiiiality for all i before the la.v, Invioliubility of Uoiui- file, the right to hold and j protection for workers ugainst Uic uttackK of strikers, freedom of. speech and press and universal com- j puloory education. The strike extended Saturday U Uessners, Tielrnans and a number of worha. The men remain quiet and determined and declare they wlli act yield until they win the fight for eight-hour day. A large number Of troops are posted about the Vlborg ami Newaky quarters. Arrnnat of Affair, Lodz. Feb. The governor la an Interview with the correspondent of the Associated press Bald: "My official report B from Sosnovlco ighow that S3 persona were killed and 16 wounded, 18 of whom were, seriously fcurt, in the conflict at the Kathcrinen Iron works Thursday. The trouble be- gun when a large body of striking min- ers tried to force the furnace men of the Iron works to put out the flres and join the strike. The mob became fiolerit, broke down a fence and forced an entrance into the works which were guarded by two companies. of in- fantry. The officers ordered the crowd to leave but they refused. Suddenly striker drew a large knife and rushed at an officer. The soldiers then fired the mob, which Immediately fled, leaving the dead and The governor added that nu, other had reported and that quiet had been restored in the city. to th ot. New York. Feb. Casino theater was totally destroyed by On Saturday. No one was hurt excepting one chorus yiri whoso leg was broken The Laily Teazle company which has boon playing at the Casino for twne weeks is headed by Lillian KUB- t-ell. Tin; theater Is u large brlek building at the corner of Hroadway and and Thirty-ninth street. It was built In tlie eighties am! was for a lony time aw the house of the Aronson musical comedies. The audi- torium in the house is one story abov> the street level and Is reached by a v.-iudlng stair case. This fact makes i' doubly fortunate that Uiere was no audience in the house when the tire started. Lillian Husfcll was not in the houso at the. time of the tire. The choru-j girl hurt slipped on thu stairway on leaving the buildlnp, fell and broke her Her name Is Anna Hart. The stage carpenter hurt was John Teaney. He revived in tno open air and waa not in a serious condition. The Dre started In the dressing room on the third floor over the ataga About 40 chorus glrla had Just left the stagH to make a change of costume for the rehearsal of another scene. Thoy were crowding up the narrow stairs to the dressing room when a voluineof smoke rolled down the stairway. The girLs became panic stricken and ran shriek- ing back to the stage and towards tht cxlta The stage nianajeer made an Ineffectual effort to calm them. The tire spread rapidly from one dressing room to another, communicated Itself to the ueeoery, thence to the auditorium and inside of 20 minutes the whole interior of the theater was on fire. All the members of the company with the ex- ception of Miss Russoll herself nn Che stage or in :tne dressing rooinn when fire started. Tho theater Itse.lf to stilted. Cnsino is In the heart of tho Upper Hroadway section farnlHfirlv the Itlalto and tho fire Immediately -attracted an enormous ertiwd. The crowd, filled Broadway for a block in eitheridircitIon. extending from Thlrty-fonrih street fat' north an hampering the work of tbe firemen, number of 'Afltapcitt: the' ccenv were unablt to tbe straeU. STANDARD FIGHTS BACK. __ ______ In Onli-r l.> Stitlx No Mnrr of tUv Oil Will Ohanute, Kan Tho Prairie Oil Gas company (the Kansas name. for the Standard Oil company) iwsted a notice that it would purchase no more Kansas oil. The Kansas City re- finery is to. gel its supply from tho territory field and the Notnlcsha re- finery is to shut down Until H does shut down the territory field will Blip- ply tho refinery also. Ali the gaugers have been laJd off. All the tanks which are full will have to stay full and the producer for the, first time in the history of the business is up It good and But Uie producer is fill) of fight. He has not given' up the strliggle. There 5s no nove> compromiwo tfli fields, (lather it Is a note of deflnncv- "The Standard mimt. operate the pipe lines or it will forfeit its Kansas char- ter." That tho position which the producers are taking and that 'is the stand which they suv they ure staying with and which they are going to in- sist on. A .statement inudc to the Star in Kansas City by John O'Brien, superin- tendent of the oil refinery at Neotlepha, operated by the Prairie Oil and Oas company (The Standard Oil company) thut the Standard Oil company nan not boycotted the Kansas producers, IK not borne out by the situation to- day In the Chanute field. Rvery well in idle In this district and the plants of the Standard Oil company here, in- cluding the pumping station, IB closed down. Not ;i barrel of nil was pur- chased Saturday. The Neodesha re- finery Is 'working on the oil it has in storage and the KnastiM City v la drawing ItH from the taniv (U HumboUit. whete It has a liiji stor- age supply Tokio, Feb. Japanese cap-j lured nn "minenco south of (Thanp ehichia on Thursday morning, Febrn- nry driving off two companies of Uussian Infantry. The Huspums liavt continued shelling Field Marshal Oya- ina's center nnd left nlnce Thnrsdny I last. The itusslan dead who were bur led after the battle >if Heikoutai to tailed fhe President Addresses a Letter to Senator Collum Abont the Arbitration Feature. DECLARES IT IS A STEP BACKWARD. HT. ItmxinvtiU Thin kit Itatlou at Word for WonUl He an Aiinnuncpinmit AwtttiMt I'rliirlpln of Cannldcrlnir the Trent km. W at-h ing 11: Rooseve.lt has a let tor to Heiiiitor chairman of thr> coni- t; on foreign relations, suit the action of Umt. committee in Die arbitration t.rr.atlon Tor the word "lU'.reeinent"
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