Tuesday, February 14, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE NEW* Gives the news WHILE ITS NEM ^ THE ADA EVENING NEWS. NEWS DELIVERED AT I'i PER WEEK VOLUME I DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, PEB. 14, 1905~ NUMBER 288 * * Our Appreciation $ & & JOI i$r VS? » ..... «• - ■{*} Knows no bounds tor past patronage ❖ Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the & east, conscious of the fact that Ada W and the surrounding country expects & ^ us to furnish these goodly people *" ;? with all that fashion decree -, and t & . & ^ since we champion the wants of all ^ the people, economy is the watch {§} word for low prices. We care not whether your income is a dollar a & day or ten dollars a day. we have ‘*i & provided for your wants and ask but Will Not Give In to the President Regarding Amendments to Arbitration Treaties. RATIFIED DOCUMENTS TO WHITE HOUSE N»*cr*Urjr Hay Smit* Mr. Kuotct^ii Will Hr tluabl* to IT ««mt Th nu iii Tlirir Al-trrnl Porm lo Cotintrleit with Winch Nr|fotlntloiii* little Item I urrlrtl On Vol** A KU IU ti ITetilrut 50 to JI. Washington Feb ti President Roosevelt will not present the arbitration treaties, as amended by the sen ate, to j !u* countries with which they w»ie negotiated. In r<|y to numerous inquiries by r< pres utatives ut the .ness at the State department. Seen-buy Il;i> made in substanc* the following statement I The president regards the mailer I of the genet ti arbitration treaties as conelnded by the action tit the senatt on Saturday He recognizes the right of the senate to reject a treaty either I y a direct vote in til hi sense, or iud!* lectly by chances which are incompatible with its spirit and purpose. He considers that with th** senate amendment the treaties n**t only cease to b** <»*P forward in the * uiso of genera! a reasonable compensation for this honor You may expect new goods daily at lowest possible prices. ❖ rn «• & * OAS? p#/cf sporats//- $ 4** rn <j> $ it iut ion a1 and '•ant th tx >' i U t ’ j st ai tref ally he this > rn I, i, atebad unable t ti it rm to Ell ll t: .if u bv > wa st ion set till I favor lent full fi Wit t!l< ti; GORGES REFORMED. IV^lrcK'tiou of Property in th** Ohio Kiur •*topp«(l Temporally by the /fro Weather. 4^ Jiacinnau, Feb 14 - Th* sudden •fop in temperature brought the river let* to a standstill, gorges forming at a number of points The ice moved slowly all day Sunday, a rushing everything before it and the new freeze only postpones what river nu n believe, will be the worst final break-up of ihe river in many years The damage already is estimated at from JI OO ,<*00 to $h)v .OOO. the amount depending on the possibility of sav ing some of the barges and steamers which are now caught in the ice-pack or pushed on the shore. ic addition to the loss already in furred t \ esse Is and other property valued at more than $250,000 is in serious danger of total destruction. J* pun ****** lif*<*omtuc Aril**-. St. Petersburg, Feb. 11 —A dispatch from General Kuropatkin made pub!!* to-dav says:    Early in the morning Ai February 12 RO** Japanese cavalry attacked a bride** near Fengtsekong and damaged thirty yards of the rail -road. Train service was resumed after rome delay. The Japanese bombarde ! PoutiloiT hill ami SH bejan with siege guns February ll. One officer wa killed and several were wounded f    VV    Uliiiin    Allen    White III, Topeka, Ran Feb. ll.—A special to the State Journal from Manitou, Col., says that Editor W. A. White, of the Emporia Gazette is seriously ill with erysipelas and with the best of care cannot be out for weeks SYMPATHIZE WITH KANSAS. Otiiuaod Indiana Oil rrn<lu<-**rv I'*** Isolation* Ten-lrriug Support In th** Klybt with th** standard Toledo, O. Feb. 14 At a meeting yesterday of th** VV’est em Oil Men’s association composed of crude oil producers iii the Trenton rock *>il fields of Ohio and Indiana, the situation in Kansas was discussed by the members present and the following resolutions were unanimously adopted “That it is the sens** of the producers and others interested here assembled that the state of Kansas bs entitled to sympathy and moral support of the oil trade everywhere in its contest with the Standard OII company; that in th* recent action cl the said com pan v in promulgating th** extraordinary oilier suspending operations in the Kau sns field it has violated high-clas business prim iples md been guilty of an act that Is against good public policy ; that we hereby h< artily indorse the Kansas legislature in its efforts to secure relief to the trade and to s**<* that justice be done;!hat in viev. of the fact that tile law of equal rights bas been ignored by the company we hope that the state will see that th* 1 independent producers have a square deal and are supported in a substantial manner in their efforts to obtain leliii from an oppressive situation, that in maintaining then priority rights they should receive all necessary aid not only from tim state but from oil pro- \ (lucern in all other fields, that a copy j of these resolutions be forwarded to I the speaker of th** house at Topeka, Kan.” as* OU' -lion of in-* in treaty -pairs reveal stated tig his pair r were pres-amenri men;. of in forma bi begot iaii. file art iti unended an ’ i t u rd ay %%> londav. i> ii the us us b * act ion ta Ka ti to The Vote of att to .dept Jeu ct an a mf real it s does not • v 1 tin sc na e en ?! fisting upon it.-, pren caking There wet orded but in t i h i by the senatoi    ar,* that he believed    it his    p *nt h*> woui*.' vote ti r th There seemed it* be a la* finn as to whether »rural pairs cox ered the subject of amendment iii t r**atics anti * * ii that a *ouitt a number of senators refrained faun voting. Senator Alice, who was recorded as voting for the amendment, was not present. His nam* was confused with that of Senator    Alger,    who    was present and voted for th* amendment    The pairs recorded were Depew and Mr finery. Proctor and Mallory, Clark] of Arkansas, and Millard. Pettus and Crane, aud Simmons and Clapp. No record was made, however, as to the manner these senators would have voted. Senates Cullom. * hail man et the to mm titre on foreign relations, after reading Secretary Hay’s comment on the action of the senate in amending th** arbitration treaties, said: The senates position is right ab solurely. It anythin : is done hereafter th** president will have to take the senate into his confidence. It might require a little more time but otherwise I can se* nothing In Hie senate's course inharmonious with th** president’s interpretation of iii.? treaty making {tower.” stamlnrd Huylitk < tiff»*v \ ll|«* Oil, Chanute, Ran. Fob it if j s an nminced from Coffeyvilli* that lh* Prairie (til and Gas company (Standard (til company) is buying IOO barrels of oil a day and that it will continue to take that amount at that plaee At Chanute the company still refuses to run the tanks The same situation exists at Humboldt Convicted Pennsylvania Negro May Be Saved by Confession of Mrs. Edwards. SAYS DAUGHTER WITNESSED MURDER. SU pi* I nu im, tai ConfrnNlon Iii* Cond*-in m-.i Won, wn (ii,*** IU-mil* of Killing s.I.. Sh* Clave Hatband Liquor Until Intuit • ated and Thru Killed Hlm~UrNi.ii Guru Itabe Taken **outh. I hiladelpbi’i, Fob.    14.—A    petition asking for the re-opening of Uh* case of Samuel Gleason, colored, of Ber. s county, was filed in the supreme our: Monday, a I reason and Mrs. Rate Ed-wauls were convicted of the murder of (he latter’.; husband, but In a recent confession (tie woman exon orated J Greason from all blame. it is upon Mrs. fid wards’ confession I ha? counsel tor Gleason base their I petition asking for a re-opening of th** \ 1 ase Should the supreme court grant the* request of Greason’s counsel ncith- I cr Greason nor Mrs. Edwards will bo I nan gelt on Thursday of this week, th** * * ate s* t for i he double hanging, as tin* woman would be reprieved in order that she might testify in Greason’s I bebait A : uppletuental confession by Mrs j Edwards was also presented to the i court. In it she says she gave her bus-1 I .Hid liquor until he became intox- I at* J and then hit him on the head I w ith a hammer. Sh** savs he was titling on the front porch when sin* struck him. He resist**J ami made an « Tort to defend himself w hen she fin- I bed him with u succession of blow’s. I Hei daughter Mary who witnessed it i fill. Mrs. Edwards savs. then helped j I cr to throw iii* body into the cistern Mary id now in St. I Amis and the polit**' 1 officials there have been asked to keep hor under surveillance. The supreme < ottrt refused to re- j open the * ase of Samuel Greason, i*ol- I ored, of Heading. Euless tim board of pardons, whit h meets In Harrisburg J on \\ ednesdav. interferes, the woman am! Greason will both be hanged on 1 Thursday. Hitt'T lckitt Sonth. •Heading, Pa.. Feb. 14.—Mrs. Edward- prison-born child has been taken I I THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS + Watch for announcement of the New Store. I from its mother. The child, in charge of two women, was taken to Philadelphia Avn an early train. From there tin* ha bv was taken South over the I cnn Sylvania railroad in charge cf a Sister of Charity. Vnuttier VV r**r- nu th VItlwsiik*** K*»»il. Hock Island. Ill . Feb 14.*—A southbound double-head**r pass* tiger train «*n th** Chicago. Milwaukee ,x St Paul railway collided h»*ad-on with a switch engine at M«*lin** killing Engineer William Hoolin. i*t f'hicago, anti fatally injur***! Kn*’in**er Charles Stapleton, of Heck Island N*» passengers w’**re hurt. ttu*44t-«nA A untlnui* IAmiih.ir<liu<*iit. i'iikio, Feb. IL The Hussiaur continued to bombard portions of I'ield Marshal Oyama’s conter and right on Saturday lest Th** KUSSiatis « ontinue th** const nut Ion us defensive works oil I tit*! j i iuht. ti* th** southwest of Men tapa n, where the> are ore* ting at. epaulement for a batterv of 21 gun* Xii III I Am lit* Told ii I.ic. Portland. Or* , Feb It JuaIr** A st. Tann<T t law partner of United States CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, 1 FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEH TO POSTOFFICE. r •Ny* * ♦ * PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NKW HORSES    NKW    RUGOIKS Travel well.    1,0^     Wl> n Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn + •4; OaJ Senator Mitt hell. has Ii*' commit ted perjury fore the grand july * ionnectlng hiins* lf an* land frauds. Tanner Into court and tell the confessed that in ti* nying be-ertain * h irges I Mitchell with ‘ays he wilt go wh*)l«* truth. J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Eves Tested Free. n u ‘OUT IN THE COLD.' Alpena Stnvr«-r I»«*s*<1. Berlin, Feb.    14.—Fanny    Moran- Olden, formerly well-known as an opera singer, died in a private sanitarium where elm hatl been a patient elnce October, 1903. Sh** visited the United States in 188k. Gen. Kaulbar* In rnmiimiui. St Petersburg, Feb. 14.—A telegram from Saehutun, says Gen. Kaulbars, I commander of the third Manchurian army, has taken over the command of I the second Manchurian army recon th vacated by Gen. Gripenberg. It *% 11«-|* Lo<t Topeka, Ran., Feb. 14.—Ex-Gov. W. J. Bailey will have to pay his grocery bills. The supreme court handed down a decision holding that the payment by the state of the governor’s grocery bill was In fact an increase of his salary, prohibited by the constitution The case was the outgrowth of a political row between the ex-governor and State Treasurer Kelly. Fmldent Kot)««v«H lo N#*» lurk. Washington, Feb. 14.—President Roosevelt*and party left here at 10:03 Cclock Monday morning in a special ain over the Pennsylvania railroad i for a twAj-day’s visit in New York Htrik* HUH (in ut I,o*1x. Warsaw, Fob. 14,—Advices from Lodz say that a number of men resumed work but that after a couple of hours they again walked out. The town is quiet. It is semi-officially announced that as a result of the disturbances at I>m1/. 144 bodies have bo**u buried while 2<)0 wounded persons uro Mill in the hospitals. Mlnlxler Constr to Vlnlt Japan. Manila, Feb. 14.—Edwin H. Conger, American minister to China, will sail on FeiNruary 15 for Japan, where he will complete bis vacation. He will then return to his post at Pekin Coal Strike Entirely Ended. Essen, Pruasla, Feb. 14.—The coal iirike Is entirely ended Full shifts wert tent into the mines Monday. Steamer* Not to Ile Hold. New York. Feb. 14 —Emil L Boaz, the New York agent of tin* Hamburg-American line, received u message from Hamburg saying that the report that the steamers Deutschland and Hamburg were to bt* Mild to Bassia is without foundation. No negotiations for the sale of the sttiamers have been entered into. | "OIL TO us- BURN.” | And why not burn Kupionf There is none bet ter. Ask your merchant to give vou the E.UPION OIL. FOR SALK BY- Ii. .-. TOLLIN, JONES A MEADERS, LITTLE TIROS., TV. J. BAUGH, REED A .JOHNSTON    I AND M. L TOWERS, W\ C. ROLLOW    *4 W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce OII Compasy I '    Vi./ VI * VI * X n * x • * A^\inAAVnfVn«kd4a*a. Aa. •    _    * rn The Ada National Sank. TOW MOPE, President.    JNO. L. BARRINGER, Vice President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier ( apitni St(X‘k, -     $50,000.()l> Undivided ProtiUi,.......... 20,200.OC Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Gorcm mcnt on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.

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