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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 30, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 PHK news:' -ji, GIVES THE NEWS  v'V ' j*  'VHll.K I I s NKW >  KU*; MEWS- ;  , v   deli vKfeEi* ak  loc PER WEEK  VOLUME 2  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORI! PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 30, 1905._  NUMBER 9  000000000  *.. UMBRELLA BARGAINS.. I  0 -----  /fix Doubtless you didn t net an umbrella last year and your jT old one is either lost or worn out lf  s ‘> let us supply you no" and, trot tho bone tit of tho full soa^on. , It "ill cost you no more.  {Br  Associated Press Aunouuces That Emperor Nicholas Has Indirectly Communicated With Japan.  Mrs. Maybrick on the Stand in Her Mother’s Behalf in Big Land Case.  I  *•  OHLY NEGATIVE CONDITIONS PROPOSED! C0ULD N0T  IDENTIFY HANDWRITING  ■>>  Paramyon Frame, Steel tfod, of fast black and water    \Jfif  ^ proof, sold everywhere at 75c. our >peeini price e/Vv  Same make a> above, with choice handles, good 7E^q ^  $1.00 *  0  0  0  0  *£\  0  0  0  niaterirtl. extra value  Paragon Frame, good quality Gloria, assorted handles for Men or Lad ie*, our leader  The best aud most sightly Ladle- and ^ Gentlemen Umbrellas eve I* .shown in Ada at the price. Worth $‘2.Oo, our special  choice handles  A**’  Nr  Better grade- iii Ladies at fcUO. Si.OO, S*2 At and  for Men or  *1.50 <t> $2.001  r  r  A®®®®®®®®    ®®®®®*t®  OA/JF PP/C£ CJS//:  0  e.  0  0  'NT*  0  Train Gets Beyond Control of Motorman and Causes Havoc in Big Tunnel.  FACTORY INQUEST BEGINS.  Authority- »t Hr im iou. Y1»hh . VY ill I ndrnr-nr to rit<r til** KtipoioililHtT of tin*  Kti rut ni»*<*ter.  .Mart'll  Brockton. Ma.-- . ques? was bt g in tin* i .u se of ■ he  -hot'  oil  BURNING CARS SET FIRE TO POWDER  at  ti  w  •Im I  Kin ploy r.i AH Sunerdnl iii Maktuif I li**ir EacftpC~Flrt*uicn I Bablr to Ort at I Irr of the Street While the I untie! w.»* Which wan I '20 Feet Hdoii *urfi** r Nilled With -uioWe.  New Yoi k, Mat    I"; 11 t * a  heavy explosion in lite subway tunnel At *' st} Mrec Uii Brumiw.tv \\ • .uh >-  day where * ne" tunnel is I - H  below  the surface ot the siree* bin* ap poi rains and extra police wen* sum: one*I. The explosion too . pla*-, at a i*oint beyond that to which th* trains are mn at present and near tile Vmerman league baseball pat !  An uptown subway 'rain w - bad been emptied of pas- nu* street anti run to :*'»Mh -switched at :*>ss to tracks got beyond ?' - c • motorman and ran boo a struction maten ti static. Th*' eat - ; .'un* . ti caught fue. it we- it* loose powder whi* ■> \> ■*> ’* digging he tunic ploded For so.a* • known whether or • hail escaped X ti a opera?* an el* va? lunn* I an 1fit* rn4! moved Some et ■ ’n tune! ran through the mb* strt- t .-;aion and ' v < i4  at thai point.  The firemen pas  :  I ms* tho tunnel and i*> .. burning < ar-Th*- firemen mad** «’* - » to g< at tin bcrnim * a Vi nab]* to do  with smoke or. both sides tion Where tile accident Ho* firemen were driv* n time they * saved *-»    «  The only way 1 hex had tile fire was to lower ho.-**  the her*  score oi teen ic plant In are sill \-a lf coml 1 • sign* i bilify for • -tat* 'h • company. in* em pl o| es.  Audit \ 'I.  it'** I f.i* ' * I > dav, making  la* tory Man h  lives in t  rn i Si em i 1 ti *  * .-IIO  vv  JO.—‘Che in-in police court Into bodes explosion at f ll. B. Grover a (Xx when neatly    are ?  re known to have d* 4 s? * u* t ion of t lit' \ number ot per-on*  • g. Dis I riel \ro' m*> of Fly moat h cornily . Inquiry, which is de-whether any responsi-\pit*-ion attach***! to the hi boiler m.-nrance »w per- of ?h** {actory or  Would Im* rimming to Make Vnjr Coneen-| -louh of Territory or fay Any Indemnity—No Reply Ha- lleeu Het*el\ed From Japan—Report French Minuter Deleft*** wa- Chosen Intermediary »- l»ctiled.  St. Petersburg. March JO. The Ab sot iatetl press is in a position lo an non nee that a sti*p in tim direction ol peace actually has been taken. Kin sin has indirectly mad** known to Japan th* 1  negative* conditions upon w hu h peace may be < oncluded. namely no concession ol territory anti no in deiunity. leaving Japan to determine whet her negotiations tan be begun upon that oasis Nu reply tiom Japan lias yet reached the Russian government.  rip* above represents practically all the facts obtainable Through what channel or channels Russia has indirectly communicated with Japan the Associated press is not in a position • to state definitely although there is reason to believe that it is through the baited States lf is practically certain that France and possibly Gn at j Britain as the two allies of the belig erents ami the baited States as a country a* ting for Japan have been apprised of Russia's i*osition Tuesday night's rumors 'hat President Boose vcl? had tendered his gotnl offices to Im»th parties art* incorrect The presi dent's friendly disposition and perfect willingness lo undertake to open rn got int ions however ai* well until 1 stood here an*', without asking tint they lie com nm lib ated to Japan Russia could make known to President Boose wit Ii rough Ambassador Cassini ti** ct md it ions ?*» whit h sh*’ could it**? agr*‘<‘ while thus giving Japati an opportune tv of knowing oflk ially what th*’ basis of the peace negotiations must be Russia avoids the at bu mb* of ir.ng for pea* »* or aiiuailv submit I in proposal * ami besides place*- th** >’ni;*‘d Stat* and Gloat Britain art 1 P.* pow «•: -• c rn * rallv in a position whore they could  I amdt I ’ out * >f th* 1  in*  employ es. died Wednes-h * * sth death know n to  have bc'*n au-  nv  disaster.  SHIELDS GAVE BOND.  star IV itnr*. Vc** 1 *'*! Vrinnur* So|»crln-tfintrnt tit t hic it'll un 111 * 11 * I to V(* jn*., r h t trill  lifter Japan adv i ness, of the pr* *p Having    I tee? >  position Lipan either to led ii rn-got no . ai, *n cate h* owe at ti at ions ir.> « pere*  appt i v »*< Isa- two  to th* reasonable terms  of Rust!*'? alternatives. a bs* *1 ut cly to >p» ii in Ii a basis or iud: id**. It the argot 1-llussia probable  Phil ago. Ma:  john iv Shield?     town    of Brooklyn    \ \ a lo    in* r    .‘timiov e      tilt*    * ? Aiuumr a    ('n wa    arr* s    • cil bv a      , .--I-    ti**pm v boite    u St at *•' mn    \ - bal    Shields      I reb    is .t witness     n  th** fe.p't    .ii g!    aud jury      v and    investigation    of be*! ? ?“ I    a    i(I is I *      s* mn*    ged ? . hav    * !i*-**i. tam;    i ii    with bv      •ii ill    I h -mas J. (    iMltU! -              ,1 i \ -    t* in I-op ot    \ ; TV. I A    i * i    (* mn**!      not    was arr* s?*-«J    Ti 4 * - ' •• rn              « ?'• VV    arrant but    wa- - Pi              pl 111    ■ sh ie I Is' arr*'    s I VV ’ -             vv ii  bx   1  I**' pre <iou- on  til*' V — Ut  pa* rd ti* maki ■ ollai* ral ism lated pi• s  broad  * on-a ted  Paiis I < a main negat i v«  till* ofli* •  \ I* vv is 1 Is th**  thai P*g  of Puss  Itrli'mhh«* *  March ’*<» n relating', nature.  I I \ I • * VV  .ii **r»ace is  • t t  V*  Ari.  th**  ***a*  VV Ituo, Drdiirfil I ti ti ll *• r I morn** to u <Y? lit**- Mulhrn' VV riling wan Tim Ulm I’r# vIouh to llrr lCrl«*»H«* From I’rlion, for Her to Idrntify It Would Not I’rodin ** 1'itrdon I'aprN.  Wa ningtoii March 21* I he t<*sti mony <1 Mrs ''"lot enc** Maybrick in th*-takin of 1 i«*p'>si 1 i<ms in the case 01 her rn till* 1 Baroness von Roquet* again I 'avid \V. Armstrong anil nihils, m \ol\ im: valuable tracts of land in Virgil ia West Virginia and Kell- ‘ uifky. *, s. i Orel tided Wednesday.  M - Mavb’i K tlisplayed inarketl *'U-paejiv ,*!    :*. voiding *!ii**t answers  !< IL ngi . ire iioning I** which she w.is sMi'io it .! Sill declared vviih r* pi cl t* 1 ti* - gnin ol rci fa n pap* rs in 1 ison    .. : ;    w- 1 •    brotigfii    t«* her bv  c‘on* ul    Pot I-u tl.it    she was    ?o imjier-  • 1 ct Iv iufmaned as u* th* cormiTunica-1 tons t    k.n    ut -rd    bctvv» **n    Mr. May-  biic!\ ami t* i nu»ther that slit* -imply  cued I be documents without any clear no vv i dgi* of th* t ratjsa* t toil. I j>*»n being i*i**s.-ed tor a more direct answer Mrs Maybrick insi-tt**! that when sh** signed    lh**    pastis    -h*' *!i«l    u<*f know  I  In* natui' 1  ol theu contents.  Tis I* f ndant pniduced a number of ; « tier.-    putnoiting t*    havt    lw*ri*. writ     ;   on by    lier r..other.    Mrs.    Potter anti    j  others before and during her impris  • nm* in lint she expressed her inabili  ty t*» identify Ii*- handwriting **t an* | one ot I*; year.- -  ago. The impression ot my mother's handwriting pri«*r t > my p lease.’’ Hp* said, "is tov) dim tot in* to    identify Infinitely    any letter."  Sh** would not state even to iii** Ives of brr Un* wlcib-o ami bell* f th* I et It* ’  * shown lu r hp bv h*'i mother, av mg 1 hat .1    statement ot    hat    kind would  ?»* too definite.  Conn.-**! fen th** plaintiff obj**< ted i«> n <pi*‘stion t Mrs. Maybrick had re . • *:v*‘i 1 a warden from ti?* 1  British g<*\-  • rpm* iii .leu th* witness noverthele-s.  1 antioitsIy r**phe*i that sh. had t*ap«'r HI i’< r 11.ISS**--n>n given Iou lo ti:** British gov < !‘nm* *u \sk d ii she wa-willing > pro*lu* «* them xii * Mayhrit*k rcspoinb**!. with * *tual ca Ult ion t ha? they we?.* ii* «■ * 11 iii»t•*«i ?** be i>roil viced * x,-'pi at th** t «'«ni*-t of the \til* rn an an ? ria* in  On i **-iiir« *'amma: u n *v Iii* Ii was conflned * 11 < * »p*. st ion. Mrs May-hrltlv d* tai!** ii* «in nmatances under wbl* ll -ic a qui:* *! an interest in tho property I- i'-ii i'. *avi»:g that at lu r man lag* h r np*th«*? cav * h**i as a  <Jaffrmoi?s.smssCMrMZ  Cast! on Delivery of Goods One Price to all ^    ^    ^    ^  I he place where you can thu worth of your money any clay in the week. We are offering a nice, clean, new stock of Merchandise at the lowest living prices. Our intentions are to -ell the goods, and we do not limit our customers to any certain day or any certain amount of good*. W«* have strictly one price to old and young Vein can send your child to our store and rest nssured that it will receive flit 4  sirne courteous attention that you would be given, should you come yourself, ("all and see us and be convinced that we do exactly as we say we will. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city.  We Quote Below Some of Out Regular Prices:  Clothing.  Be*t American Pri.it* *>c L Ii Domestic. 4 4    4e  Langtrv C Canvas, 4-4    :t ^c  Farmer Alliance I)ome>tlc7>^c Bleached Lon-dale Domestic    fib., e  (’olton Checks    4e  Amoskeag Apron Checks f*c I Vlhi Ginghams    7c  Silks.  We have JI st received a new lot of Silk- for Shirt-vvais* Suits  bailey si ripes in very desirable shades, per pattern $9.00 New styles in good quality, in red. blue, green and brown, per pattern    ...    SID.***  Changeable Taffetas in hair stripes and pin cheeks, per pattern    slt.Tr*  to inch Taffeta, new design-in the latest colors, per pattern    1 •. 3“  Men s three-pie**: suits, made of Worsted. Cheviots ami Serge. Latest *tylc- and col ors. The make and finish unsurpassed, from $.% to Sir*. Men's two-piece suits, made of Worsted and Cashmere, from SIO to    Si2.50.  Suits made to order. Fits guaranteed by maker.  Correct styles in Men’s Hats. from 81.25 to    ..$7.50  When you need a linen collar call and see our big line ot bluett Peabody - birn*!, they are the be-t.  A Complete line of Youth's and Boys’ Clothing in all the new weaves and colors, from $1,50 to    . $8,00  We handle men's All American and I (anan Shoes.  We carry the only complete bm* of M* i's Neckwear in Ada  I  E. V.  Yours to Serve.  KOTSCH <a co.  I  ’an  tint  1 tn-of a tint**  opt!  This  ti '* tb’d Cl!- .* *  nU'ivsis in b Wes  :  A'if: ll a -ant** in writ in ment. tai  * (infirmed to the pr  • That*' Mi now * xist  ;  • I. 1 1 v b■ 11  CHITWOOD,  THI TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  M  -a  i ■•! tv*-! prop**rtv X ii amia an I  la?* r assigned th** | .I* * *1 and assign \ tv a it k had l>een • \ ! * r n 1«*t ’’ - 1 tr> word of nu ml Ii. a : *'* rn* nt : bn? c " and Ii* 1  .-mil- I  r  •sy-  +  ♦  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  11ovsf s I Iou t d t d I >\ I »ay or Woek. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Hest    <    f    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  , P  ♦  South iowitst*nd    Plnvfst    bl  TI  I  *  HH  J  * t * * VV   1 1  HAD A GO D EFFECT  ■tY*  a  an*  r* but vet** • I was till* I of th--r* ii rn*I back caci ’n the se* if of reach in through th*  rs iif (Ii*-    \*  'tilt*- of I're-tlon * * I  ct JI * I in*- In ! ll «• I Iii <l*‘*ii 'lur iii . l’r*»p**Hl k-.'- I (ll Iii I ll l< t ll-  via  i*haft and pour vvat* r miiseriminai<d\ into the tunnel below in the hope * flooding the fir**  D was ascertahiei] that th** train had run against a beavv bull head of pine. which had be**n built across the Hmm ! and that th** wood was -* ,!  on fire af ter the. collision. There were two I explosions and Ijoth were later said to haw been of dynamite cartridges used in bla-sting One occurred soon after the collision. The other occurred much later  GRAND JURY WILL PROBE.  -The news i 1 v    It* gov ct nu 1 eti !   iii** proposition *»i < rumen! that tin* I i: 11e* i St n!es a finale es of this r* -•v ot ?**tiing ;i-i*l .* nues i<w ihe pa> « ad in- «i < • ii iii t ** a* the American sen *a voluble effcei is  Staml irtl Oil < ompttay to I nUerjfo on I«i-TPHtit'ation i»v Federal Aiithoritle* ut Top* ka.  Kansas Cliv Mo.. March 30. I Ie* Standard oil coin pun) is to undergo a grand jury investigation by the federal government such as the beef trust Is 110 .v burdened with in Chicago, Th oil truss investigation is to be pulled off in Topeka according to a government official here and is to begin in a couple of weeks. Incidentally, tin-railroads are to be dragged in. A grand jur| was drawn at Topeka ti few days ago, ostensibly to look after •ie regular criminal business of the j Kansas feft*raj court. It will attend to kbat busies*, all right, but its really •»g task is to investigate Standard 01 methtMs. Great secrecy Is maintained in Regard to the matter  . $ iJS-fiRRftfi i»40HP*  Min Domingo  et Mi a*'* *q)1 ail* •  at Washington ot the Dominican tov ive ament <»i die slime * * in vol < »t lite publi* with th** vi* a portion ol iii** 1 ♦*  1 m*nt <>i its d**hts i i ion *>11 tin* part ot at*- I: us bad a mos her*-, rhe *)|)inion is «\pr*'ss**il that the a* lion taken l*> th** authorities at I Washington will < battue lh*' situation completely.  TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.  11*1*1 V of Mlldrt'il I t*** Sliip|ii*il F rum v*'\* OrlrnnN (<» \ irerlniH Cur I Illrd VV itll Flower*.  New Oilcan . March MI. Escorted bv deb-uai ions from tit** various con I'edernti assocJationf and th*- l.adi**-('onfetleratc Memorial association th* bv»*Iv of Miss Mildred C. L**e was taken I rom the residence of .Mrs. W illiam j Preston lohnstor t*> lh* 1  IjOtiisville *. Nashville depot where it was put aboard <• train for th© northeast. There was a large fathering ot old soldiers, Of friends of Mbs Le* and of citizen to pay (heil tributes of resjiect to the dead. Tho car in which the body was carried was filled with flowers, many of them wrought into magnificent de-' signs. Au escort of confederate veterans accompanied th** body, which will be met at Atlanta by Col. Robert Lee, a brother of Miss Lee. The interment Is expected to be at Lexington, Va. §  tug a band in tm n* liminal''* s an*! -p» rei*or? front a u *1 * K-tssia I rn a k* d '-*1 1 ass • in .ut a? itll e?  \ 11 !u in Ii • >t! * i'll ; 1 iii it. it is assert***! iptarti'rs that Japan ! is to learn that iii* vv ill br : c\et ch rig* t* * I.*-ponsiv«*  - o th** al plea fn Japan parti* alar. it is said. fissure is $.MM».iit>u,<<*t'>  rn  r* < en rn agn;  J a nan  and ?  ll S  pend mis sum ha pi <>v to Russian *!ipl«mia* \     1     ba  chief cause vv bv th** peace ri< *!*) not adv in* i* n> a dc*  *f.l i*h YI In VV ;» r ll •>* I  Washington. Mar* Ii " here I hat Japan has i »**« iv *  pf*  ter Deb  is la**!  iii'* a ic*!  ted Kus ** * ondit bm -un! vv ill not : sentiment  nihility, in 's Indemnity  ait this stn-• s? aggerin 1 it is iii*  pre limina-sive stage  RESIGNATION CALLED FOR.  t*rr«i*l* ut    »-l    *    V -1. - (ti** l*;«iiam » < ■»  I* ll ConiDliHMiill t i    IO-  «|llt'H( ( (III |l'l* ' VV Itll.  The Touch That Tells is the Touch Theft Sells  w  ire i i daft Wa I ital  U is  1 • sit of !  iii n  t-hiugU n, rn In-rn b sent * not** \* r, < hail "i •omn.i- i« n **! this <•<en natl* itll si * reiat -  * *'ire* s rn  * * *unmissi* ti*»us in **’ v Iion*l ti  ii in. I ” as  is st at***I an urgent  warded .-♦lit t<* ?h  • at I'll pi  • nag vv ii*** re-i  IO. I init*r di-d ti • St'er* tat '  -d tv I** Admiral Im Panama * a-ting the mem-• « r«'iid* r their e 1- tile t*'\ Til* pi'eS-’ ll** m anlM'r-md in their res 1 ‘ I■** nun have ai me tim combe'1 I >avis. re- 1 gnat ion ne for- I  mat ions lur  I Teen  c- n  tit  warning from a neutral power to be ware °f JU offers ot media? ion Ham* ait? government md to insist upon *li reel negotiations wit Ii.St. Petersburg  THEIR FIRST INDICTMENT.  <;#*n«*r it sm»**rli»lni«l* ni **f Vriunur ,\ * <*. ( li>« r ig •*« I will* I *it*Tf*riiii; w sit, Ie* It-ral (• r * ikI •> rn i v VV iI iii-HHt-H.  (’hicago. Manli    The    federal  graii»l jerv returned an indlctnimi* against Thoma? J Conm-rs. geiu i a1 iiperitlfeild* tit lf Arm ill ,V ('*> «»tl a charge of int* rf* tit summoned to app *at now investigat n:  with a witness jefore th*- jut.'  " * . 111«•« I lie' in J Ogden r.iial employe •tti- of t In* lar-ia the world. nit w arrent by marshal an I room whet"’  4  bond.  VVitl'inli I *, 11«* I* urjf Ii station I* nu ici'it.  Pit 1 bure. Pa Mar* Ii ta l-'ir* !  \Wd-  t' * s * I a v ' 11 the :i-ai nan of th** Wabash tat ion in 'hi < iiv occupied bv tim Pm Pi* :M’.*1 We I is I'*? -o Express ont« I anil s iml th Web.mi* liaggage rooms, caused a !*».--s of . vi tal thousand *lol kit Th* trcstb I * * 1 * I i *»• to th* 4  Wa hash laidge o. < r ? ;  1« \b*nmicaln la riv-«r 'va- m o damn e*i The Wabash iat ion w.is bu? 1 * *-*»ii11\ opened and vv a* bin!? ti 1 1 •**st *if nver $1,000 HOO.  Our SI toes fur Wo’tien. !'it* •lf si oner's touch and the ■•‘htH milker’' 4 * tun* h, toucli your feet and pocketbook lighter. They are es pew nil ly strong in modern sty Ie-?md t ru\ *‘l ti the be-t society  C HAPMAN  NMMMM  •»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••««•••••••••••••••••••  Iii-. 1 .ny ta* r*ltii«*r    I    uninl    ’  Model Bakery  • • • •  Everything ir<*>d to cat always on hand at the Miniel Bakery. Bread. Lakes, Uiow, Cookies, ("undies Etc. See him opposite the |iostoftice  J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. phone: 124.  t nm?. Mr t’ome i v Armour's most nun: J and t he a* - t i v *• In a*I  1  gest pad int - , eon pan was arrested *»n a * a United Slate -n brought to t !:<* I be was relearn*!  in.-.* .. i Des Moines, i kiss, an engine* tain limited w!*i he wrecked n* at week ago is den I •  Kuthlnven will it murder pending an nims-ligation of his wally.  • i L Hot* h tCocky Moon it hleven says lead, la. a  ■m s received. be held foi  W  bard i el or Guv i 'va- : Fmita Kau.. had beta An » vt* nd  basil.  aer ! of a i  an*  Iud Man >i Jo W. (J, •I    <    «'ait '* ll!., upon t  c    • *■    i ai ing ? hat his son.  ere    (civ    11 a rd iller, t he son,  t rn th* \ tei ii son. T«ipcka *V rn ii j-**- I i« in* inv at AA intiebl ! las' i» to!vet His-appear***!. I? ai**(1 that Im was killed, c at eh ft.t- been made tot  tile Ada National Bank,  ; Olin att **  (I a rd in* '  ti  b's iisappcfir-  fOM HOPE.  FfiAIVK  Vlnurlr-- It irrTinnr*' llitrb-il  Philadelphia, Pa., March SO Th© l**jil> of Maurice Barrymore was interred in th** Drew plot at Glenwood cemetery. The funeral party came from New York in a special train and consisted of the dead actor’s children, Ethel, John and Lionel and a few Intimate friends. ‘  President. JONES. Cash,cr.  Capital Stock, -    -    -    -    -    -    -    *  Undivided Profits. --------  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made mcnt on Town Lots.  INO. L. BARRINGER. Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  .......2H‘2?K).tM>  the Govern-  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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