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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE GIVES THE NEWS WHILE i" 7 NEWS .1VERED AT PER WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKINQ A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE PITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 14, 1905, NUMBER 288 Our Appreciation Knows no bounds ior past patronage Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the east, conscious of the fact that Ada and the surrounding country expects us to furnish these goodly people with all that fashion and 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 provided for your wants and ask but a reasonable compensation for this honor You may expect new goods daily at lowest possible prices. QORQES REFORMED. of Property la the Ohio Hirer by the Zero ji Cincinnati, Feb The sudden trop in temperature brought tho river tee to a standstill, gorges forming at 4 number of points. The Ice moved dowly all day Sunday, crushing every- thing before it and the new freeze aaly postpones what river men believe, Will be the worst final break-up of the river in many years. The damage al- leady is estimated at from to the amount depending on the legibility of saving some of the barges steamers which are now caught In the ice-pack or pushed on the shore. .In addition to the loss already Incurred f vessels and other property valued at more than is in serious dancer of total destruction. St. Petersburg, Feb. 11. A dispatch from General Kuropatkin made publh to-day says: "Early in the morning February 1- ;'.00 Japanese cavalry attacked a bridge near and damaged thirty yards of the rail- road. Train service was resumed after j some delay. Tho Japanese bombarde-! j Poutiloflf hill and SeUheyan with sie guns February 11. One officer wi killed and several were wounded." SYMPATHIZE WITH KANSAS, William Allon Wlilto III. Topeka. Kan., Feb. special to the State Journal from Manitou, Col., that Editor W. A. White, of the Emporia Gazette Is seriously ill with erysipelas and with the best of care oaanot he out for weeks. Ohloaatl la ilia Oil Tendering In the Fight with the Mtuuitartl. Toledo. O.. Feb. a meeting yesterday of the Western Oil Men's as- sociation, composed of crude oil pro- ducers in the Treutou rock oil of Ohio aud Indiana, the situation in Kansas was discussed by the members present and the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: "That it is the sense of the producers and others interested here assembled that the state of Kansas is entitled to sym- pathy and moral support of the oil trade everywhere iu Its contest with the Standard Oil company; that In the recent action of the said company in promulgating the extraordinary or iler suspending operations in the Kan- sas Held it has violated hlgh-olasr, business principles and been guilty of an act thai is against good public policy; that we hereby heartily Indorse the Kansas legislature in its efforts to secure relief to the trade and to see that justice be done; that in view of the fnct that the law of equal rights hns been ignored by the company we hope that the state will see thai the independent producers have a square deal and are supported in a substantial manner in their efforts to obtain relk-f from nn oppressive situation; that in maintaining their priority rights they should receive all necessary aid not only from the state but from oil pro- ducers in nil other fields; that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the speaker of the house at TopnUa. Kan." Opera Umid. Berlin, Keb. Moran- Olden, formerly well-known as an Opera singer, died in a private sani- tarium where she had been a patient October. 1903. She visited tho .Hotted States in Kaatban In Cnmiimiul. St. Petersburg, Feb. telegram from Saehutun, says Oen. Kaulbars, of the third Manchurian army, has taken over the command of the second Manchurian army vacated by den. Gripcnberg. la New fork. Washington, Feb. President Roosevelt'and party left here at Monday morning in a special ViUn over the Pennsylvania railroad for a two-day'a visit in New York. MlnUtvr Concor to Vlult Japan. Manila, Feb. H. Congur. American minister to China, will sail on 15 for Japan, where he will complete bla vacation. He will then return to hia post at Pekln. Coal Entirely Kndwt. Pruiwla, Feb. coal U entirely ended. Pull Holler I.o.l. Topeka, Kan., Feb. W. J. Bailey will have to pay hla grocery bills. The supreme court handed down a decision holding that the payment by the state of the governor's grocery bill waa in fact an Increase of his sal-' ary, prohibited by the constitution. The case waa the outgrowth of a po- litical row between tho ex-Rovernor and State Treasurer Kelly. HtHI On I.oiU. Warsaw, sFeh. from Lodz say that a number of men re- sumed work but that after a couple of. hours they again walked, out. The town Is quiet. It is seml-offlclaliy an- nounced that as a result of the dis- turbances at Lodz 144 bodies have boon buried while 200 wounded persona are still In tbo hospitals. Nut to Hfi Hold. New York, Feb. Emll L. Uoax., the New Vcirlc agent of the HamburK- Amerlcan line, received a message from Hamburg saying that the report that the Htearners Deutschland and Ham- burg were to be sold to Russia is with- out foundation. No negotiations for the sale of ateamers have been en- tered into. Will Not Give In to the President Regarding Amendments to Ar- bitration Treaties. RATIFIED DOCUMENTS TO WHITE HOUSE Hnjrit Mr. ItooHvvelt Wilt He to IT Thittu In Their At- txrmt Form to with Which llavn Curried On VaUi rrttfttiivnt to H. Washington Fob. President Uoosevelt will not present the arbitra- tion treaties, as amended by the sou- ate, to tlu- countries which they were negotiated. In rvjily to numer- ous inquiries by rfjiresciitntlvcs of Ihc i'l'oas at the Slato department, Soci't- lary Hay imule in substance the fol- lowing statement: "The president n'Kards the matter of the aonor.-il arbitration treaties OB concluded by the action of ths; senate: on Saturday. He recognizes the right of tlio senate to reject a treaty either l.y a direct vote in that aense. or indi- rectly by which are incom- with iis spirit and purpose. He considers that with senate aruend- J'.ICIH the not only ceuso to be .1 forward in the cause of general .n hltinllon. lint :uv really :i step back and therefore he Is unable to ivfnil In rhjs form to v with which e hnvc been iii nepoi Unions." arhin .itiim iiviitics which r.m-ndc-d ami ratified by ilu.- senate unlay sens to tin' prrvidrul KIM h iiv-sity was aci'onip'inied the usual resolution setting forth h" action UiKin by tin- .s-i-nale. The vole of Fiti to 1> in favor the ol nn aniendnient to the reatles does not :he full strength the senate on the question of In- -sixtiiiK upon its prenvuatlves in treat y- r.aklng. Tilt-iv were live pairs re- but in esieh case it was Htateit I >y the senator nnuomi'-ini; his pair that he believed If hi.s pair were pres- nt he would vote for the amendment. There seemed to be a lack of informn- ion us to whether pairs cov- ered the subject of amendment to reatles and ou that account a number >f senators refrained from voting. Senator Alleo, who was recorded as for the amendment, was not sresent. His name was confused with hat. of Senator Alser, who was prcs- nt and voted for the amendment. Tho recorded were Depcw and Me- 2nory, Proctor and Miillory, ClurVc, of Arkansas, and Millard. Pettus and }rane, and Simmons and Clapp. No was made, however, as to the nanner these senators would have ator ajjBpe cadlWf Secretary Hay's comment on he action of the senate in amending he arbitration treaties, said: "The senate's position is ab- olutcly. If anything is done hereafter he president will have to take (he into his confidence. It might eqnlre n little more time hut other- ise I can nei' nothing In the senate's ourse inluirtnoiilotis with the presi- ent's Interpretation of his trenty- power." Stiliuliiril Iliitliiir nrfryvllli. Oil. Chuimte. Kan., Keb. M. --It is an lounced from C'offeyville that I he 'rnirle Oil and Clns company (Stand- ird Oil company I i.s buying -100 bar- rels of oil a day and that it will con- inue to take that umount at that ilid'e. At Chnnutc the company still efuses to run the Tlie snnio ituation exists at Humboldt. Convicted Pennsylvania Negro May Be Saved by Confession of Mrs. Edwards. SAYS DAUGHTER WITNESSED MURDER Supplemental Woman (liven of Killing -MM ShnUave lluubxnil Liquor Until Inliixl oatert Thou Klllmt Him frlm.t Horn Uabe TuUtm Miuth. Senator Cullom. chairman of the omrajjBpe on foreign relations, after Philadelphia, Feb. peiitiou asking for the re-opening of the case of Samuel Ureason, colored, of county, was Uleil In the eiiprcmu cours Monday. iSreat-on and Mrs. Kate Ed- wards were convicted of tho murder or (he husband, but In a recent confession (he woman exonerated Greuson from all blame. l.i la upon .Mrs. Kdwards' confession that counsel for (.1 reason base their petition asking for a re-opening of the case. Should the supreme court grant I he request of Oreason's counsel neith- er Greason nor Mrs. Edwards will be hanged on Thursday of this week, tlvi uate set for the double hanging, as thu woman would be reprieved In order that she mipht testify In Greason's behalf. A supplemental confession by Mrs. Edwards was also presented to tho court, in li. she says she gavo her hus- band liquor until he became Intox- icated and then hit him on the head with 11 hammer. She says he was Mttins on the front porch when she struck him. He resisted and made an effort to defend himself when she fln- it-bed him with a succession of blows. Her daughter Mary, who witnessed it nil, Mrs. Edwards says, then helped her to throw tho body into the cistern Mary 13 now in St. Louis and the police olflcials there have been asked to keep her under surveillance. The supreme court refused to re- open the ease of Samuel Greason, col- ored, of Reading. Unless the board of pardons, which meets In Harrisburg on Wednesday, interferes, the woman and Oreason will both be hanged on Thursday. Txken Sooth. Pa., Feb. Ed- wards' prison-born child has been taken from its mother. The child, in charge of two women, was taken to Philadel- phia on nn early train. From there the baby wan taken South over the Pennsylvania railroad in charge cf a Sister of Charity. .timttixr Wrec-U on ltd id. Kock Island, III.. Feb. 11. south- bound double-header passenger train on the Chicago. Milwaukee At St. Paul railway collided head-on with a switch engine at Mollne. Idlllng Knginuer Wil- liam of Ctiicafio, and fatally injured Engineer Charles Stapleton, of Hock Island. No passengers were hurt. Contlnlli' Ucinihtirtl III.MI t. Tokio. Keh. 14. --The Kussiana con- tinued to bom hard portions of Field Marshal Oyama's center and right on Saturday Inst. The Russians continue l In1 construction of defensive works on their right, to the southwest of Mentnpnn, where they are erecting HI. epaulement for a buttery of L'l KIIIIS THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS STORE Watch for announcement of the New Store. H CHITWOOD THE TAILOR'FOR CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, -f PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. N KW HORSES BUGGIES Travel well. Look well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed, Allen Livery Barn III- Tolil 11 l.lc. Portland, Ore.. Feb. II. --.hulgi- A. II. Tanner, law partner of I'uited States Senator Mitchell, lias confessed I hat he committed perjiiry in denying be- fore the grand jury certain charges connecting himself and Mitchell with land frauds. Tanner lie will RO Into court and tell the whule truth. J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Eyes Tested Free. n -i 'OUT IN THE COLD." 'OIL TO BURN. And why nut burn Eupionf There is none bet- ter. Auk your merchant to you thi> KUPIO14 OIL. --------FOB SALR UY-------- R. S. TO BIN, JONES MEADERS, LITTLE BROS., W. J. BAUGH, REED A JOHNSTON AND M. L. POWERS, W. C. ROLLOW. W. T. MARTIN, Witera Pterei Oil The Ada National 0ank, TOM HOPE, President. JNO. L. 8ARRINQER, Vice President. FRANK- JONES, ORVItLE SNEAD, Assl Cuhler Capital Undivided Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Gorem incnt on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, 1ND. TER, JEWS PAPER
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