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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 15, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 HIK NKW.'-'  I * IV K> IHF. Mens WHIFF 11 > NKW  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  THE NEWS  DELIVERED AT Im PKH WEEK         DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY    - "W      • VOLUME I    ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 15, 1905.    NUMBER 289     *  • *  : Our Appreciation  >1  $ Knows no bounds tor 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 decree a 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 tor this honor You may expect new goods daily at lowest possible prices.  J&V  $  %  &  , * .  &  $  &  *  ♦  •3&  'ii  V  • ft  Russian Official Reports Show That 130,439 Officers and Men Passed Through Hospitals.  280.000 MUSCOVITES ON FIGHTING LINE  EAtiumlr I 11r*t I r.O.ODO of it***  I    Soli!tor* Xr«* llrtwMn tho Ntmktie Ktv**r Mini III*! itll) l{u««l III l.tlHAIS Mi  II «'ik nu I** I Non rim <*l Mi *r»,IHMI Dr-pitrtiir** of M«|Uit<lro*i IirlnTril  Si Pete**-bury Keo. I • The official returns for tilt* iiinj veal of the war. not including th* IN it \ it Intr statistic * show that rut ■* otfb *>r< and men passed throu-l 'n*    h<* utah going  north, of which in;niter 1.710 officers wen* wounded and I..‘ins were sick; 55,-SIH) men wen woutu id aud 72.5S1 wert sick; 1,007 subsequ* tit I) died in hospit*. als; »;.47 I wounded and 11 ,CIS wore in* vhlided; 9,129 returned ti* Russia and 21,554 are still in hospitals. Over 77,000 therefore presumably returned to the ranks These figures d<> no’ include the numbers of those killed on the field buttle nor probably those slightly injured who remained temporarily in Held hospitals ’rho chowing is v**)n-sidered remarkably good The propel* a* pit als is \« ry low, th*' e active army in wounding a little over 50,wee t hat! ha\ e st ill a chant.  * the ranks. The other av slided or returned to kill* I in battle are es i\*' numbered between  Edward's Effort at the Opening of the English Parliament Very Commonplace.  BRIEF REFERENCE TO EASTERN WAR.  I hr    tbtmt far.irrupt) I toro Aril to Nit-  Mutton In ItniliiiiH. Which Iii* saIiI (iatf C nim* f«,r Amite, Co ii cm tu Int rd tl»»-t oQntrjr on the \ r M t nt lion Afrrrmnit* Hhlch Mild Hri-ii Nt-gotlM tnt.  Loudua. F* b.  ?  -. The sixth session of tin* first parliament of his reign wa? i* >ened Tuesday afternoon by King Ed yard with all the historic pageantry which has marked tilt 1 * ceremony ainee tis act esafon Che sovereign hi nisei! i«.*d tile speech I rota the throne to tie assembled lord** md commons in th. tipper cham tvi rile document w as loituijunplace,  The only I dei em Japanese war. which happily continues,”  'my government ha  I  I  THIS SPACE BELONGS TO  I  THE  i‘ to the liti.ssD-t he King said “un was to announce, h been careful to  RED GROSS  turn dying in I total lops to tIi * d and sick Im of w bom almes of returning t< half will he ii Rnssi i The tlmated to h: lf* pop and 50.<  OA/JFPP/CP  rn  * in Hill* hurl*.  .< ta«rta from Idfio-al Russian tor-« river and Harbin 2sd,000 are on the condition of th he I*oilles of th-'lu Russians an winter clothing arc wearing Chi elieved that expo-greatly increasing Russians loiter Russian hisses at number at 25,000.  GUEST OF HUNGARIANS  Ff'-Nideut ^ SWFT  KotMfv^-lt I Kit-* "(atllr Mao-* as the Fut sl of Honor it • Ma «<| ti*** t-  New York. Feb. lf* Fin president sos* raiher late Tuesday. ani"; had few visitors during the forenoon He took lunch, ak.-the Fniversity club at one p rn. and spent a quiet afternoon with friends at th* residence ot Douglas Robinson, his brother-in-law. About aix o’clock the president resumed his Interrupted activity. At that hour he lift his brother-in-law’s house anc drove directly to Little Hungary', w hen the banquet of the Hungarian club wa* Held. The east side and the police tor. * mad* the best preparations in their power to entertain and protect th* president. Houston street was decorated with lings and festoons and streamers. High over tin route the president took was hung a great sign ©T electric lights, with the word ' Hi ^Lighted” on it. Hut arian.- in nativ costume paraded ti streets alone' which tho carriages pas *<1  HOUSE CONFEREES NAMED.  CALLED ON THE PRESIDENT.  ‘ i c/nttit i'itixeo of I tiwrll, Ma*. . th** Klr*l I tiorrte*»ult* Visitor to I'aII or* 'lr Koo**rv**lt Ii* Nr*) Dirk  N* w York Fell. 15 The torsi attempt ut an unwelcome visitor to * ail upon President R**osevolt since hts ar-  VIvaal in New York occurred early Tues day when a man who * ailed himself William Waldon Jackson Jr of Low ell, Mims., a ailed a! th** home of Douglas Robinson. 422. Nfafllsoh avenue, where th*- pi*sident stopt>ed for the night and asked to have hts tard sent up to the president The secret serv ice mon and policemen on guard about the entrance informed the man that tin* president had not yet arisen ami asked him to call again He was not at r*sted b it went to a hotel, saving h* would return boer  ? <> th* Robinson home  VV t-ll Kilo** u iii l,o**rli  Lowell. MJ.-V Fell. 15.- William Waldorf Jackson, if., is well-known in  I .*>» >.OOt I It ii*.* ; it  i Tok to. Fob. 15.- I yang place the to h* t w cen the Sh a' 'n I at 450,0**0 of w'hich 1 fighting line Tilt ; prisoners and of 1 J dead indicate thai I short •*! shoes .in* j Some of tho officer.-! nose shoes ll is h I sui * lo the cold is [sickness among tin I estimates of the Helkoutai place the  Mlimdrun OFI Nut >hi|,  Berlin Feb. 15    \ dispatch to the  I Tageblatt from Kiel -ays “The post-] jMMleraent ot th* -ailing **f the Russian J squadron under \dmiral Nebogatoff J causes won dc i is contractors had placed large suppli*-s <*t fresh and other provisions tin lH>ard the steam er Marie for transhipment to the Kus sian squadron Vti tirder f**r 20,000 j pounds of fresh meat has berm counter I man de*I  Ku«>*l»u* Nhint ut t «r«.  St Petersburg, Feb. 15 The accum illation «>f wheat aud other freights in Southeastern Russia on account ot tin Inability of shipper- to procure "ars which havt been withdrawn for the transportation <*t trtwips ami munitions is now fnrthei complicated by Ia*-k *<t coal for nianufac uring purposes threaiening a ti" up of th** iron Industry  this 1 tty where \ * ars. He i - I bat in no resp* His persistent  h* bs resided for many , las regarded a.-- an eccentric J » v a *c! ;* dangerous person * in nil that he has a  Sac*k**r < ini)uii N *in-*-* th*- ♦(•mi Who WHI  Reprcttint th*- Lower llnu«»* hi tlir >t»t**liu««i debt.  %. Washintgon, l eb 15 Speaker Fat non has selected the conferees who will j represent th** house on the com mi* lee They are Representative Hamilton, chairman ot th** committee on territories; Representative Powers, of Massachusetts, and Represent af iv* Moin, of Tennessee    When the hill    1  goes to the conference    committee that    ;  committee will become th** focus of the statehood fight.    The supporters  of the Oklahoma-1 ndtan territory proposition have agreed that in the event the committee cannot agr*e upon th** admission of New Mexico, on agree-A ment will be reached by which the Other two territories will get statehood. They predict that an agreement of this character will b«* adopted by both house and senate  IDqoMtMl tu Kraivn.  Washington, Fell lf*.—James Ii. jlammis, internal revenue collector for the northern district of Iowa, has been requested to resign. It is stated at the treasury department that the ba-figis for this request is the fact that Eammlft permitted one of his deputies to divide his salary contrary to law with Sammis’ brother who was also a deputy.  H**hi1 of Woodman of th** World (Arad.  Los Angeles, Cab, Feb. lf*.—F. A  mission to reform national politics and that some day Ie > \pect> to be president, fora long tim** have been funbar to I/O well re abuts  *V AS HE HOLMES* JANITOR?  I hlrAfu I'ullr** I nit**Mvorintr to Iil**ntifr .loli tiiii Mot h hh <IhK«* MofTiiiHti, VV ho VmhIhIoi* th*- VV lioltMOtli* Vlurilrrrr.  Chicago, F(*b.    15 'Pfi*- p*)lice put  more faith in a theory that Johann I loch is identical with ‘ Jake” Hoffman, j janitor of the flat building owned by jibe wholesale murderer, ll. H Holmes, in 1K93. Three persons have now positively identified lloeh as Hoffman. Police Inspector Chippy hits obtained the names of several others who knew Hoffman and will be asked to say whether Hoffman and Hooh are on**. Hitherto doubt has been oast upon tier assertions that Hoch and Hoffman were identical because of a belief that Hoch did not arrive in this country until 1895. Seemingly, however, Hoch’s own statements is all the authority they have for this. They have to the contrary the statement of a furniture dealer here who declares lo* sold Hoch furniture In 1891-1892.  IittmiitHi** Cum u* him tor* Will Urn im V«*mh**!h Arruiiip«iiTliii> ttuH«t»n I* II It**-* fiirillM* of NhIIuiihUty  Tokio, Fob. lf* In discussing a re I airt that colliers lad refused to ac j company the s«‘cond ituasian Pacific i ^(|uadroo on its way North, a tnemher  ltl*lit>p 'Iii.inn I * »ii J •rtiiiH I * ll*.  \fi\v York Fob I > Fin* condition *t Bishop W K. d> Lac.*ii. the pt**t -ant * pis**opal dioci f* <*f Chicago, wilt* !*»»“ *■ , n ill in lh’ . it > for some .line >n»ideiab:\ wurst- Tuesday The >ts ti op is failing last and the end is aid "> Ik* a qui slim of only t few lavs  I observe in lh** strictest manner the obligations in* umi»ent iijk'h a neutral I power The lengthiest paragraph ! devoted to th** Bankans says the ait-‘ aa Hon continues to give <*au>e for aux iet> The measures adopted at th** instance of the Austro-Kussian government have been instrumental in hring-in" IU)’.it some amelioration in th* >!n?f Hi tho disturbed districts, bm ‘ these measures have still **> be supplemented by radical reforms, es po*  ! ially of tilt* financial s\ item, befur** any pat diluent improvem**nts can he 1 f« .beted in th* administration of these provinces ot the Turkish « mpire.  The speech noted with satisfaction that th** Austro-Russian governments had addressed t<* the porte proposals for thi pur pone and added that the British government was in communication with the powers concerned upon this important subject Congratulatory references were macle to the visit of the king and queen of Portugal to England, to the ratification 01 the Anglo-French convention an 1  to the arbitration agreements with Sweden and Norway Portugal ..nd Switzerland.   (  Th*, speech also mentioned th** international commission “entrusted with I th** investigation of the cireu rn stances I connected with the disaster to British j trawlers which resulted from the action **f the Russian fleet in th** North sea and <»! apportioning the responsibility fur this deplorable incident.’*  Th*- king expressed the h*q>f that the steps to establish a representative constitution for lh** Transvaal won 1*1 result in subs'ant toil progress towards the ultimate goal of complete self-government.  The kin:    referred ;** tie* Fhibetan  xi>edition to the exchange **t visits between repro entatiws of Lord Citron of Kedlestun. the viceroy of India, ml h*- am** i of Mglmnistan i«> *lis cuss questions affecting the ;*dafions >t til* two government and com hided with rn en Hon in -• lh* proposals for the dis! 1 ihutiou oi parliamentary seats U' be laid hefiu'c th** commons the ellen idll to he introdmed and the  +  Watch for announcement of the New Store.  I  I  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR,'FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  "VV  +  *  PAUL W. ALLEN,;  Livery* Stable.  NKW HORSES    NEW    BUGtilKS  Travel well.    Look    well  Satisfactory Servie** tinaranteod.  Allen Livery Barn     -^o=          4“          *j»          4i         l*lov  int ion ■d beside-ii legi- !;*  I*'.! Ii'  with lh** uncni-nimportant *lo-  * owl I H III 111 *- III In)) •  Cedar Rapid- . la Feb 15.    \    .seriixis  •oui famine is immim ut in thi: < it> Dealers have no laird coal anti very itll** sott. The starch works to doss*! or lack ol coal. Many of th** iudu ries must clone soon unless fuel ar-dvea.  I I ICI I ti, 1 t i  Jack si »:*    boun  I wo-y ‘ar oid mu* « i prominent ph> i •oiitity. was fatal kithing * at ch iii:  His dx >cai old * by tie arm. *li a u th** snow, and w their mother read jieil ii few hours Int  . iller taught him . >ti him « ut doors s rolling him when *1 th* ta The child *r  J. C. Warren,  OPTICIAN  Eves Tested Free.  n  J  FIGHT FOR NATION Al  HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP HAS BEGUN  Falkenburg, head consul Woodmen of of tho Japanese naval Ktaff wild: “Our the World, is dead after a long illnesa. commanders will tire on and sink any  CtUcn*o Hotel Horned.  Chicago, Feb. 15.—Fire partly  olliers found in company with the de- Russian warships, regardless of their fstroyed the Brevoorl house, 143-45 nationality.” Vice Admiral Togo dfc-Madison street, early Tuesday, causing parted from Kure yesterday, Febrn-a loss of $100,000 to the building and ary  13 »  bia  *k*ttimtldn being kept ae-botel furnishings and forcing 150 cm. It ii# presumed, hoirelfet, tSibt guests to make a hurried departure. ba la proceeding Sooth.  ♦♦+++»»+++»+*»»+)*vMi+++»'Mj).  J "OIL j& TO BURN.  t ft  There is none bet to fccive you the  And why not hum Eupionf tor. Ask your merchant  EUPION OIL.   FOR SALK BY-  Iv. S. TOBIN, JONES A MEADERS, LITTLE BROS., W. J. BAUGH, REED b JOHNSTON AND M. L. POWERS, W. C. ROLLOW.  T. MARTIN, AP"! Waters Pierce Oil Conroy  as  mw  MW  rn  I he Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier  INO. L. BARRINGER, Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  Capital Stock, -    -    -    .......$50.OOO.UU  Undivided Profit**,........ 20,200.00  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER.   

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