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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma 1 I ,1 -iwmninj PHK THK WHILE DEVOTED TO A LARGER AND VOLUME 2 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 30, 1905, _ .'___j2_ j' NUMBERS UMBRELLA BARGAINS.. Doubtless you didn't get an umbrella last year and .vour old one is either lost or worn out. If let sujiplv you now and, get the benefit of tho full season. Jt will cost you no more. Paragon Frame, Steel riod. of fast black and water- rA proof, sold everywhere 75c, our .-poirinl price Same make us above, with choice handles, good material, extra value Parajfon Frame, irood quality Gloria, handles foe Meei or Lad our louder The best and most siirhtl.v Ladie-' and Umbrellaserer shown m Ada tit the price. Worth our special Better in choice handles lor Men Ladies at S2..H' and FACTORY INQUEST BEGINS. Authurltiy at tlroi-ton. K'nilritv- or to of (he Kei-put Train Gets Beyond Control of Mo-, Brcx-uton. MUSS.. March in- _. iniesi heiMiii in police court into tormanand Causes Havoc tm, rause hoiloi. !ir in Big Tunnel. j rhe shoe factory of U. It. Uruver ,Si fix _________ here on Mill-ill -'n, when nearly ihreo i score or' lives were known lo have BURNING CARS SET FIRE TO POWDER i in __________ plain 'iiv. number of i are siiii Histriet Attorney Kaiplojca All Vurvepilctl tn Tln-lr i Asa I', of inoiit Ii I'ouniy, Kacape-Firvuivn Tnitble HI fltr iimuirx. whii-h is lie- of Street While Ttinnrl Which I-'O It.l.m respuii.si- Mlled IVItli ,-uiokr. New York. Mun-li "I'lin-f heavy explosion in the subway uintiel and H road way y where tne iunnet is I-" feet below surface of the .street. !-'ire uppa- ratus and extra police were summoned. The explosion took place :i poim beyond that to which the trains are rnn at present and near Hie Ami-riean league baseball park. An uptown subway ir.iin which hail been emptied of passenger.., at I.'.TI'I street and run io ii'.sui tn 'M. hility for the explosion attached to the state, the city :he boiler in.-n ratlc employes. -Audit w one of the ;ared t'a'cu ry employes, dif-d Wednes- day. inakiitu the "iMh death known to have canseil lis the disaster. SHIELDS GAVF. BOND. Suin triiitrlit Ht I lie.M.I In r H t Trln I. switched arross to tli trai'ks sot beyond the vuii'ru'. of ihe Ainmur Co. arnsicd hy mutoruian and ran it'.m a ;iil" nt OMI- I'nifei'i niai-hiil. ShiehN Struction inateriai in lilMh sireei j js ;l ri .iury Station. The ihe irackandj -unuii i.e. i nvi-'. and is caught tire. Il thai soni.- i lieen i a -i! with hy loose powder which v, as rn ni! ,1. t'nriiuc. r.; i UigjjiiiL: the tuiir.vi ai'd t-n.I.'tr u! i ,v rnnnm< known whether i-r had escaped. At! a in' operate an r (iiiinel ,-aii i.. moved. rfonie of iv.; tune! ran through tiir. street staioii anil a.r that point. Tiic lirenien dciwn in t.he nuinel ami i lie nf y burning cars. The firemen niaile rati; to set at i he liiirtiiiu1. ear.- bin wnable to do sn as the nuinel was lille.l with smoke on both side.-, of the si a lion where Ihe accident .irreil and the firemen were driven hack eaeii Ume they e.-sayed tn reach the scene The only way had nf n-aehin- the fire wa.s to lower hnse iliroush iln- friiaft and pour water imliserimiiriteh into t.ho tunnel hehuv in the hope nf flooding the fire If was ascertained ihe iraiu hail run against a ludkhead Of pitir. which hail been buili across tlife I untie! and that the wood was set on fire af- ter the. collision. There were two explosions and both were later said to have been of dyna.mil e cartridges used i In blasting. One occurred soon after the collision. The other occurred much later. GRAND JURY WILL PROBE. HAD A tFFECT NfWS of till' AlTI-lit .....I- (IV tllf Iclil.'ll j rrcsiti..iii rmiHKi- j Don I I San I March -The news iu the governnicni at ol Die proposition "I the i tnnetii ihai ilii- ernnicii: ol the- I'liited Stales id- Mime ci'iilrol of Die tinaiices of this re- public the ihe aitthoriiies ai Washington will Die situation completely. nlertro HII In- Standard Oil ompniiy to I veatlcafclnii by Feilf.rul lit Topcfcu. Kansas City. Mo.. March Standard oil company is to mulerKi; a grand jury investigation hy the t'eder- al government such as the. beef Is now burdened with in Chicago. Tin- oil trust investigation i.s to he pulled in Topeka. accordinn; to a Roverti- mcnt official here, and IH 1o in -i couplo of woi.'ks. Incidentally, tin- railroads are to be ...dragged in, A grand was drawn 'at Topcka a days ostensibly to'look after criminal business of thn pral court. 11 will attend to as, all right, but its really to investigate Standard Great secrecy' ia maln- lalecard to the natter TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. regiil Kansas Ifcat bus! task Kinly "f Alltilrcil to Vlrtflnlti CHr Fllleil With MOWIT-. Orleans, March lOscoi'trd (ieloiial ions I'roin the various con federate associations anil ihe Ladies' ('ont'ederah; Memorial association the hody of Miss Mildred Lee was laken from thn I'csidonco ol' Mrs. William Preston Johnston to Hie Louisville ,V- Naslivillo where it. wns put aboard a train for the northeast. Thcff- w ILS a larse tiorine; ol old soliliors, of friends of Miss l.ec and of to their tributes of respect, to tho de-ad. The car in which DIP body w.'i.'i carried wa.s filled with flowers, many of them wronghi into magnificent, div- Higns. An tscort. of conl'eilerato vot- (Tans accompanied the body, which will be mot at Atlanta by Col. Robert Lee, a brother of Miss l.ee. The ln- termant ts expected'to be at Lexington, Associated Press Aunouuces That Emperor Nicholas Has Indirectly Communicated With Japan. ONLY NEGATIVE CONDITIONS PROPOSED Wouhl lie Unwilling to Auy funveit- of Territory ur Auy ludeninl- No HIM Keen Kvcelveil fruui Report Ifrenrli Mlulnttr wnt riioitcn llttnlml. Si. Petersburg, Marrh HO. The As- aociu itul prcsH is hi a position to an- nounce that ;i slop In tho. direction of peace actually lias been taken. Rus- sia lias iiitlii-ectly riimlo known to th.' m-Riiiivu roiulitlons upon which may In- namely. no itmi-rssion of territory anil no In- ileiHiiit.v. leaving Japan to iliMenuino whether tiesoliai ions can he begin) upon thai Iwsis. No reply from .lupnn has yet i-fachtnl tin- Hus.sian .uovern- IlK'tll. Thi' aliuve rt'prcst'nis practically all lht> facts Through what channel or channels Uussia has indi- rectly I'omnium'i'Hioil with .lapun tho Associatwl press is not in u position to state (Infinitely although there is reason to believe that it is throiifib the I'nited -States. It is practically certain Kranew and possibly (7 real Britain as the two allies of the belig- erents and the I'nited States as a coun- try acting for Japan have been ap- prised of Itassln's position. Tuesday nlifht's rumors that President Roose- velt had tendered his sood offices to parlies are incorrwl. The prosi- deut's friendly disposition and perfect willingness to umlertake to open ne- gotiations, however, are well undci Moml am', without asking Hint they lo.laimn Kussin could make known to President Roose- A niha.'-'sadov Cassini 111'1 to which she runhl not asnv while i tins nivliiK Japan an opportuni- ty of knowing officially what the basis of the peace ne.notiat ions must lie. asoids ;hr- of siting for peace or acinnll> sulitnii I inx proposuls and besides places the I'nited Slates andtireal the powers sen i rally in a position where they could tiffer .lapun Milvice as in (lie n'asunahlt1. nest, of the proposed terms. llavlnu been apprised of position. Japan hits ali either lo leelir." ab.-'olntely ial ions on stuli n b.isis (ale her owe. attitude. If the ntions are operrd M'issia prtdmldy will be prepared 10 mttUc liroad con- Mrs. Maybrlck on the Stand in Her Mother's Bebalf in Big Land Case. COULD NOT IDENTIFY HANDWRITING ItiifiMN Tlmt Her luiorttMnlou
I'onsnl I'otter she was fei'tly as to the comnTnniea- tions thin passed between Mr. Maj'- brick and her mother t'.iul she simply the doc'inx'tttK without any <'lear knowledge of the I rahsai t ion. Upon bring pressed for n more direct tinswer .Mrs. insisted thai when signed ihe papers she did not know ihe iiititiiv of their contents. The defendant prodneed u nntnlier of leiters pnruortini; to hav< beep, writ- ten by iier mother. Mrs. Potter and others before and dnrins her impris- onment. Inn she expressed her Inabili- ty to identify the handwriting of am one of HI years' aiio. "The impression of my mother's handwriting prior i my release." she .said, "is too dim for mr lo identify Jefinilely any letter." She would not slate even to Ihe hesi of her knowledge and belief the lettei shown her was bv her mother, ihui ii stalemeni of that kind would b iirodtice them Mrs. Mayhrick responded, with equal camion I tun. they were not nermilled to pro- duced a I Ihe request of Ihe .America n ei nr.ieni. On re-dirc'-i examinaiioii. whieli WUH confined lo ne iptestioti. Mrs. May- TirlcU iletiiiled the circnmstnnces under which she aeipiired an interest in I ho properly ii. dispute, sayi'ii; that ai her marriage her mother uave her ns a deeded uift oae of her properly ini''i'esis in Kcninckx. and Virginia and later assigned the same in wrninu. The deed and assign- ment, said Mr- '.l.tybrick. had been I'V her mother by word of mouth. i-. ihe agreement ihni us and she smil- Cash on Delivery of Goods One Price to all The place where .you can get the worth of .your nume.y any day in the week. We are offering a nice, clean, new stock of Merchandise at the lowest living prices. Our intentions are to sell the jroods, and we do not limit our customers to any certain day or any certain amount of yonds. We have strictly one price to old and young, Imi can your child to our and rest assured that it will receive the .same courteous attention that you would be given, should you come yourself. Call and see us und be convinced that we do exactly as we suy we will. Siitisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. Goods delivered uromptly to any part of the city. We Quote Below Some of Our Regular Prices: Kest American Prints TJ L Domestic, 4-4 Langti-v C Canvas, 4-4 Farmer Alliance Domestic? >ic Bleached Lon.sdale Domes- tic Cotton Checks 4e A rnoskeag Apron Checks fie 7c have jlst received ii now lot of Silks for Shirt-waist Suits. Fancy islripes iu very desira- ble shades, per pattern 00 Now styles in good quality, in red. blue, green and brown, per pattern Changeable Tutt'etus in hair stripes and pin checks, per pattern Hii inch Taffeta, now designs in the latest colors, per pattern Clothing. Men's three-piece suits, made of Worsted, Cheviots and Serge. Latest styles and col- ors. Tho make und finish un- surpassed, from !jr> to Men's two-piece suits, made of Worsted and Cashmere, from SlOto.............................812.50. Suits made to order, Fits guaranteed by maker. Correct styles in Men's Hats. fromSl.t.T) to .........87.no When yon need a linen col- lar call and see our big line of Clnett Peabody's they lire the best. A complete lint- of Youth'.s and Hoys' Clothing in all the weaves and colors, from to Wo handle men's All Amer- ican und Hunan Shoes. carry the only complete line of Men's Neckwear in Ada Yours to Serve, V. KOTSCH I CO. THE TAILOR. m UP-TO-DATE Unl I nuUU, POSTOFFKE, PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Hovses Hoiirded by Day or Week. Guaninfeed. Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn i m T k. Houtli T J-'liotu; "-r. a hand in liminaries am repori from a Russia asU i a I o ail a Although ollicia! inl' inLV. il is asserted iptartcrs thai Japan ha ia In learn that ihe will be seviM'idy riuor bi. responsive ID ill., i-i in u is la inform periuii led are ondii ions s and will not seiiliinenl flu nre is nun. IIIMI thai I hi-; stu- pendous sum has proved SM si to Russian diplomacy thai il is the chief cause why ihe peace prelimina- ries do not advance lo a decisive stime. .lupin IM Washington. March i'.ii. Ii is slated here i hat Japan has received mi urgent warning from a neutral power to be- wnre of all offers of mediation from any government and to iiiKisI upon di- reci negotiations with. Si. I'd ersburs. THEIR FIRST I N DiGTMENT. (tpntTJil of Armour .V I n tt'rfi'rlni; nit .iHry it III-HMOM. Chicago, March :'.n. The federal tirand jury rclnr'icd an indictment. Thonms .1. C'onnern. general ytipcrintendent of Armour
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