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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 IIH-. NKI >l \ KS TMK NEU S  U UU,I- I I > NKW >  Pffr NBW J,  ueLivkrbo ai  lit.- PKH WEEK  VOLUME  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  7    ADA.    INDIAN    TERRITORY.    TUESDAY    EVENING,    FEB.    28. J1905.  number 300  *  *  *  *  $  0F  $  *  &  *  $  Shoe Bargains  We still have teit a few sjxhmm! bargain* in some oi  the beM Men's and Ladies Shot's in our house comprise broken sizos. but it your number is bi lire as (rood to day as they wore sixty day" ajro.  These the\  &  ❖  &  ypt  •iv  Senate Sitting as a Court of Impeachment Finds Accused Not Guilty as Charged.  f»o  }x***t SH. 50 shoe  Ladies' high grade. welt sole. regular $o Shoe at .........  Ladies' Willow Calf, welt >oi« on the market, at  SPECIAL IN MEN’S SHOES  Men s Hex Calf, (jviuime welt Soto. S-.e<> * slues, to close  Men s best \ ic.*:, neat and dre>sy. si jl "ion  s <de, ^L 44 0 quality, to cl *'C  2.58  2.08  ex  Men s Patent  close  Vici, J*I  a1  plain neat toe, to  2.50  &  $•  NOT EVEN A MAJORITY FOR CONVICTION  Iltliuii(li ll K**quir»'<l a l a o-Th I rd* Sot* -HfitaUiM Voted lloHlly Aloin I’artv Line*—Thr Clo*wit Intr Wit* oil lh* IOMI Artlet* Whit'll W»" a.I for Conviction lo I I %£»iu<tl-  Vast Freight Terminals of the Illinois Central Railroad with Contents Destroyed.  LOSS ESTIMATED AT $5,000,000.  I'M** l-irr !>•• trpy od Wliarin Ii* lr odin* • IHiltnre of Murr Than Ten Block*. with All the Freight ^torcil Therr. Hr-«ldr* TnoHuin (elevator* aud Content* Will Be I iii Mini lo It*l v KtdinUt.  Announcement  New Waifing, Nt price-"    Al iii oat every  thinLr new  w  tic net* at vci y ■ * xiii c"' br iti 12  r» 11 r j  0/V£PP/C£  *N»-  I ll IIN  ©even-inch Mortars Being ILeo to Bombard the Ancient Manchurian Capital.  FOR A SEA-LEVEL CANAL.  I'»a«in* fatiu*t** * IC«*i»orl ut !..»<• I ll»**'ly »«,r ionmiMtoa Ure.»t ll itrrwuv niJIC.Mit »'* tB.500.UOO  Washington Feb. -S. - ria* st uaie sitting aa a court «»! impeachment for the trial ot Charles Swayne. district judge for the north*rn dislrict of Florida. baa acquitt‘ii him on all of th*  12 articles of impeachment brought by the house of representatives. On none of the articles was there even a majority for conviction although ii required two-thirds to convict The closest vote was on the last article, the contempt Hsf of VV i\ lineal when 35 senators! voted guilty and 47 not guilty, while' on two articles only 13 senators voted tor conviction The voting for the] most pan was on party lines, though i hole was not a strict alignment rn* j any article \i the conclusion of the voting the presiding officer directed I ; he secretary to entei an acquital u|H>n ihe records and the court then ad ourued without i* lay fudge Sway in- w -siTnt in the scout < during the roll tails, but in th*' pres ident’s room just bach of the chamber The result of each ballot was sen to him by his attorneys Five of the house manager# attended during th**  ; proceedings  FERRYBOAT SUNK.  J Vt Cairo, III.. ►'l««tatlntc lf*' Cut l»o\*u tli«-Kalhrrlnt* IV till* Lu »<!*,! will* I’nHrocar*  38 ans t Urania  GENERAL EN6A6EMENT IV PR05RE5S.  fit rn* la I taut I Uuie-%# "uarvr* Hal lr ; Thought lo Ai* AaUttu;.* I.rn. haroli ReporUHl ta Be "weeping tar North — Weather i* Caid anti >U>rtuy- kuMual tao Says Jap* Are Casaun»Uiu g.  Ntwchwang Feb 28 According to  1  a person wliu has jo^i returned ber*-foam the front the Japanese are shell Mukden with eleven-inch mortars fhr bombardment which was recently commenced is further reported to have caused great damage far behind th* Russian lines.  Advice^ irom Chinese source* say ■tai a general engagement is in prog-ngtik ai] alout Ck* line Tie heaviest Ashling is reported lo be occurring on die Japanese right and G* r. Kuroki is fcdid to be sweeping far north mad  Washington F**i tote engine* nut scruff ion ot tb^ just be* ll laid In <-iual commission committee of that Commissioner Burr Dav ii. The principal  The  tirst detithe eon-anal hat* fora tbe (stlimian >> Un engineering botiy. consisting ot Parsons and recoin nienda-  The ferrying, r Im tween Guin-struck near here ice and sank in dany passengers*  •tf-eatening bock on th  A special Moving from  o cr in pie *h< railroad IJrr<* is repin ihi >outh and  ; \-siac*  to be . with ne ftua-. I from  the intention *d (tilting off  stairs communication by rain Vladivostok  lap    tern    mme ' OJT»ii«m*e.  SI Petersburg. Feb 28.- A despatch from Gen Kuropalkin dated February 26 says:    The    enemy is continuing  ’he offensive against the front of our Tsinkhetehen <Jeta< bment and has tamed both ilanks. The Japanese have also ae vale d against K antic pass, turning our left flank but ;dl ha, attacks at Tanpu and Bey dating Irn vc been repulsed ilia offensive * woven'*-ut euufi. i liomapud^ has id so Wien repulsed, 't >< inc positions our riflemen fore d tie Japanese outposts retire Col. Gor-ky was *ev  r ely wounded. ’  ,    iK-spfmlft    i icfalio™.  Madyadanl. Manchuria, Feb After fighting of the most desperate nature vh* Russians remained Sunday in possession <>* Che and !>a passes n^ainst which the Japanese had been Mnging themselves madly from noon till dark The Russians who were greatly outnumbered sustained repeated attacks some units losing as high as TO per cent, in killed or wounded in hand-to-hand fighting with the bayonet.  Bo at ba r<1 in mt CoulinuM.  Tokle, Feb. 28.—The only announcement made Monday from the headquarters of the Japanese armies in Manchuria was a brief statement to Hie effect that the Russians continued a bombardrnent Saturday and Sunday, that the weather is very t old and tfcar is snowing  Kuropalkin'* Airport.  St. Petersburg, Reb 28.—Gen. Kuro-patkin in a despatch dated February 3C* announced that the Japanese have  nomraenced cannonading in the direction of Gauto and Wanfun jMSsej*  Rotnrnril Af tor Brine* Monrnml an l>t‘a«f.  Hannibal, Mo., Feb. 28.—After an absence of ten months, during which time he had been mourned as dead. jrtiJd Cunningham, a bricklayer of Ran Hi bal. returned to his wife and five children to take part in the celebration Mf his twentieth wedding anniversary.  tion." ar** summed up in this recoin Goo Resolved, That this commit te* approve ac t r ■ omii^nd for adop lion by the ,\mmiissiou a plan for a sca-le»fcl canal witii a l>otton» wiiith of 151* feet and a minimum depth of water of 55 feet and with tidal wave locks at Mi rati or ei whose usable dimensions shall be 1.1)00 feet long and IOU feet wide at a total estimated cost of JliSO.&UOjXMi Such estimates m-elude* an ailowauie for administra lion, engineering sanitation and contingencies amounting to $l8.450,lKii», but withoai allowance for interest during <-BGS true’, iou. evjiense of -one government and colKteiai costs, and water supply sewers or paving of Panama or Colon which last items are to be repaid bv the inhabitants if the**    The committee esti  mates that a sea level canal can Ik* completed within IU or 12 years from the present time  It is recommended thai ihe Ch ag its river be control Psi by a darn at Gam hon. built to airest height of SIH) feet rind the waters of the lake thus created disposed of through tunnels. The work on the the foundation 'rf the dam will require from one to one and a half years and the committee reports should begin at once. The dam at the place, it is slated, involve.* no formidable obstacle which i; not tho case at the Boldo location  Cairo, 111 Felt 38 Katherine, which pit and Bird's Point. by a large piece of F» vend feet of water were aboard the boat including a nu inlier of C»iro traveling men and a pan ii followed the siuk’n t : of the vessel. Tin pass»‘ngers, after much difficulty, were all taken off in safety The Katherine iii an old ’»*n.t and has been ii* fervid* Tinmy years Ten years ago she wa* overturned in th* middle of the Ohio river by a severe storm and a dozen mv>re lives were lost  l’ttlt««>miii Mllfl Vt*iM*h» , r.  Chicago. Feb. 28 Daniel Hermau. a Chicago polleman. shot and instantly killed Miss Minnie Mulveil here Mias Mulveil was a teacher in St Jajes parochial schiKil While walking on tha str»*et she was approached by Herman The two spoke together for some time Finally angry voices were heard Herman w^s seen to draw a revolver point it directly at the woman and fire Miss Mulveil fell dead on the sidewalk Herman escaped  I  VV OO IA hat It III C«o«tituili>n.  Washington, Feb. 28 - Senator Du I Kits has introduced in the senate a nim resolution providing for a con stitutional amendment prohibiting po Ii gamy and polygamous cohabitation  Chairman Cullom, of lommlHee on foreign ret lh* rommitte will sit some decision is reached • i» the Santo Domingo pr. expected a report first day of the senate to eousid«  i he scnau tions sa\s laiiy until in relation  UM OI It is  will Ik* made on the teenil vet'Sio'i of tile • executive business.  “UNEASY LIES THE HEAP THAT WEARS A CROWN.  3x»'\\ Orleauk. Feb. 3s The va** 1  . tieight terminals of iii** illinois Cen-: trill railroad, known as the Sttiyve- j .-an docks, were destroyed Sunday ; night bv fire, involving millions of dollars joss and . Hiking a serious blow , to Is- immense exoort trade of the J ity    Nearly a dozen square* j  rf modern wharves and freight | dieis    wo inagniflcent grain el-  valors, hundreds of loaded ears ann i vast quantities of freight, including I 2u,«J0u bale.-, of cotton, were destroyed ogi'ilici with a large number of small taidences.  With the lire thai destroyed its im- ; aiense export terminals still burning j though beyond the power to do fur ! her <tamage the Illinois Central rail | toad announces that as soon as thr | ILins coo! forces will be put to work j to i lear away the debris and Stuyvesant docks and elevators will '»«  (  prom july rebuilt on a more substantial , scale than before Meantime the of- I ‘ii tai* of the road are engaged in tho j formulation of pines that will enable theip to handle the traffic now on its ] way is re from ih*> west and to avoid j any material diver- *->n of tieight from j i his * it v  Conservative estimates figure th*- im- | mediate loss by the fire at $5,000,000. ’ divided as follows Two elevator, j warehouses, sheds. $2,500,000    23,000    s  bales Of cotton. $920,000 ; 700.000 bush- |  • Is of grain. $385,000: 15.000 barrels; n f sugar. $300,000; » oft on seed cake 130 carloads. $077,500: lumber $16,625; ce- | meat. ? k.250; meal 20 cars, $10.0il0. j sundries. $150,000; 50l» freight ears i $3^* OOO, ships, damaged. $50,000; city I : re department, two engines and six V^es, $15,00i»: private property and «, b 'r d*maces, $3te OOO.  Th** railroad company tarried its i nn insurance and the contents of the various elevators and sheds were Injured tii local and foreign agencies The wharves covered 4,050 feet, over a distance of ten blocks Of this wharfage :>,f*00 feet and what it contained was destroyed, their remainder at the upper end of tin* terminals being saved through the fact that the wind blew strongly in the opposite direction The dtgroved wharf cost $500,000. Klevator “D.” lensed to Harris Scott A company. of Chicago rent 8100000 when built and elevator *F which was operated bv ihe Illinois Central cost ?400 OOO  \pparentl> no lives were lost in the fire though th< r* were many narrow cscai*es of thi "c w ho were «ngaged n fighting the flames owing to it** rapid spread, and lives were const an t-; ly endangered bv debris of all kinds i thai was w h fried lh rough tho air. The escape of the two ftrc *'*ngines wa* cut off and their • rews had to run for their lives. l)ri\- r Charles Richard son of No f> being painfully hurt.  The tire started  ! '  f li" ix>nveyors to elevator “ D. It : read vvith remarkable rapidity sparks dropping into oil barrels on the wharf and extending the flames in every direction Ten ships were lying- at th# docks when the fire started and ill except two escaped without damage The Indian, of the Leland line. had her rails, cabin house mast . etc wiped clean off and the Cycle was burned about the bow and ride YU the tugs in the harbor that had strain up hurried to the scene when the lire started and by hero!* efforts succeeded in pulling the steamers into the ri\» r out of reach ol the flames.  In addition to the railroad property the lire destroyed the Crescent lee company plant, many small stores and , a large number of small residences, and many pathetic scenes were wit nessed as the occupants of them struggled to save their sinai! belongings at the risk of their lives The fire will temporarily throw out of employment a large number of employes. but this loss will be compensated by the very much larger number which will be employed in the course of a few nays in clearing away the debris and re-eonstmcting the terminals at the highest attainable speed..  Aside from the tremendous loss in volved in the destruction of property, the fin* is a calamity to New Orleans In the temporary abatement of th** immense export business of the illinois Central, particularly in tin* matter of grain shipment*.  The Stuyvesant docks, completed Iii 1897. cost $500,000. These* docks wren' worlh millions to th** city of New Or* Inns as they brought to its commerce and trade which never had gone there previoulsy because of a lack of proper facilities _  See P. K. Smith for up to-now photo work.    152-tf  O’® new stock of Dry Goods  is now open and ready for  your inspection. On account of the condition of the weather our building is still unfinished, but we have our stock arranged. and will be more than pleased to show our friends a new and up-to-date stock of Merchandise. Whether it is school dresses for the children, house dresses, street dresses or evening gowns, the materials are all here. domestic and imported, and all bought to the best possible advantage. Call and see the New Spring Line.  Cash on Delivery of Goods. One Price to all.  Iwr coons sms.*ciorwml  CHITWOOD  J  THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  ~~sr  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NKW HOUSES    NEW    BUGGIES  Travel well.    Look    well.  Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.  Allen Livery Barn  Or  *  *  *4  Jj  J. C. Warren,  OPTICIAN  Eves Tested Free.  f\ ✓WW  -OIL TO BURN.  »t  There is none bet* to tfive you the  And why not burn Eupion? ter.l^ Ask your merchant  EUPION OIL.   FOR SALE BY -  R. S. TOBIN, JONES A MEADERS, LITTLE BROS., W J. BAUGH, REED A JOHNSTON AND M. L. STOWERS, W. C. ROLLOW.  T.  ANI) M. L. J POWERS, VV. C. ROLLOW.    J  VV. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Plirct Oil Coapts X  MUMMMM*  VMM!  MMI  MUNI  The Ada National Bank.  Tom HOPE. President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stoek, -    -    *  Undivided Profits, -    -  JN0. L. BARRINGER, Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD, Assi Cashier  .......$50,000*00  .....  .    30,200.00  Blanks Furnished  and Remittances Made ment on Town Lots.  to the Govern  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TKR.   

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