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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 H * * ’ <»! j; MVI*: .*K nut K X THV I;  Ut* Wr t,  Foi naUo, Fire a nil A tv *!ut t  in?urun<v . .    .    ...  HARDIN & JONES  ii* F’v.ni Hotline 1H«> Xd V    ({auk  VOLUME 2  I SALES ARE PROGRESSING $  ^    PRICES    ARE    FALLING  * EVERYTHING SLAUGHTERED I  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING. HAY I. 1905.  See I hose Decorated Cups Saucers at Ml a Set . . .  KT THU—  Surprise Store.  New lint* tier*mute«| ware just received  NUMBER 30  MB MHK : :  Movement in Chicago Labor Circles to Petition President to inter-lere in Teamsters’ Strike.  Apoplectic Stroke Received While Ln Route From Boston to Washington Proves Fatal.  special For  FRIDAY AND SATDRDAY I  w  $  .A  ♦  &  V*  $  $  h $  11 vmxI, woii tiituie work *! irt-yjpt NI iv dre** shirt-, e.i**h  undies, blaek. drop stitch h»»se, im r ™ i kid ifs' bl auk bom*  $  $  GOVERNMENT TROOPS ARE NOT NEEDED j DEATH CAME WITHIN TWENTY HOURS  Col. Iliceitt Culltoritj for Hit*  .....   rR1|f||    u   The Big Sale  I  I It ti I .1* <iT I i'iIcimI Troop* lo I It it t iT*» I, Not Con lr IU Itll* UMI ‘* l     Cr*'* OC Or. U  UuxiitiUiw of IVriUiiUU* Ir.ic 1 '! '*  in \aui' nice i.awn  IU yards 'n ->t    \    m    rican    IV    nt>  IU yard-* * 4 Hope llie.o :.eb hotpot -IO v arc is i£o*m <*j i*ek*-  IO YARDS IO A Cl STOMER.  Every Ladies* Dress Skirt in our Store at actual cost.......  r  25c X  35c & 55c »■ 25c  $  $  *  $  lac trood**. pair i • ' nice ■» »m • ed un i t a * m lindies F'c \v«h each V$* Fad IG" L ,J c    ca    h  *  $  & =  iou hic -*ol* %  and *iou hie • . worth It  \ I 1   38c  38c ^ 5c i,  •i.    :  7 I 2c 5c ». 7 I 2c 9c  Laces and embroideries at your ow n price........  tH     vt*imiiImtine *t    Depot*.        j        C I    ♦ • I    im      Fbi*    ago.    \pi    ii no. v    n- Hlcm Uou    se- j        \v .    is!) i    ii *e      X t it ll    lay b*    ■ i«H    Ina fly st    sketl t 1  ’ eml i                Le          t*tuns    tors*    - irk    k© here    as h* did *    tic I    Vi    re!              St i i Im*    of t h    ie <i    ut in acit    e coal miune        t i i    • I    ''•IX    ta*      A I Cs 1     Olin it >    It Vt    ‘quest im    g mc prcsiik    ‘til J            fro    hi      to I ry    to in    (tilt <    i* the en    iptdX * TS (lf *    ll I- I    la        i ti e i          • ago I    o art*    it t a    Ie itll* I"    (sue* "hi* h :        ti            til*      now  !     being    loll    iglu tm'    ami m» ax'    rn i    v\        ting    tot      lip* bl    •inturn    g OI    i roo | is    id Chi« ago st                i p,    |M      che* I.    i a1 k    of    a g« ne*    ii war !ic* xx *    •ell    .Mi    nu i    :* Hi    HT      cli pl t ii    ii and    t ll    »• xx a ge    • •ani' ! ■* i"  1                 ta*-!          peel ei    I pi he ill    irodored    in the Fha;    to            I IIC    ' IS      Fed cr    at HUT    of i    .hImii .o    a - pc*na i IU*'    el * ,            us    I e      tug S    Hilda x        \ *et vt ion ti l ! >* e *        t*    I in    ■d I.    ill      •leu *    may    ho    pr* sente    Ti it* hun til    H“1 j    i OI    t *    p* .    a      his e\pe> ie    n ai    ■rival in    ( hi* .ua* -Ii'    i r *    H J    As    hie*    ' St*      lx                        , of    g    w if*          Tile    lls*' i    lf tv    ‘del .(I 1 1    • Hips in ( hi*.    4 gXX    i ,J     1**11    I H    as      it* pi*    it ect    lh**    ll.UPt tin    g of money    tor    ' hi    V ,    leat          th** I    nitwit    St.    ii*'- i re;    ism x is in    t he    ' of                  ll;' lids    •if i    Nil    NY F    Duggan ac.    it. g        lie    n I    ce      coinniatpi**r    of    the if j    •ar’meir *»l    t Ip*    i *>    til    * be    ; a (      takes                        | jt;    arx    in          Th    ie ma    ttei    is. ill    a ** x an* *    de    I Ie    •Id    in    t ll*      clare*    : Foi    ii*    intel H*    eg git I. ad int    an    His    hi •*.          goner    ll of t    lie *    depart rn    ut Co! H    ny -    j HH    , if J,    a n    d I      ran I    • a-* re    * cl \    ♦Mi inst i    u* f ions ti* t;            it    SIP    •ce*      iii** u    rop*‘*    s 11*    j is. tint    Mere i« u**    »*»        Cl    ior    to      * asioi    I at    pre*        aux troop*-    ■ n        Ic.’.    of    xx h      Chi* a    g*>    lf i    he sir! 5    v« I s shoubt    a* *        * *n    in    lh*      temp    t * * i    ►rev    en the    moving »*t I        l  ! *'    ce    aw    e*      ll* !' :    roin *        train **    * th* -111• -11 *    •JJS .        OVi    'Tile    ti? #      nvx i    ii un    I SC    I! XX .>!(    |,t be ne* cs *                a n    ex     »* iW-f<»rr ll ifr or t I* IPI ren Cm,,1.1 lirt In llrilsiilr IV is I iiiio'ioii* to th. I ntl 'hurt '*k« , toli of I lf** of the  in \ pct I ’.ii tten. t il *  S. V I et it Oil, Ill’ll 1 MIO of foi BK’Hl snils ii toil ul im 1 hoi 1.11;il ti* 1 • Friday iii at lark of a po pit ny which • uh i'n u»> morning on a . ■ I > in* 1 rom Boston lo  •in 'a ii* ii it* mu a xx > rn I *r. • •ii* of iht* physicians at \ JI - > I tor sin . i relativ*  1 wo til t in* ut 1 en ti In« pin -Bdle and Kean, having o muj r i I >    \ pat hot ii feature  1 that although Oil la* un 1 a tam ii v consuming in • • i-itiKin ii. not one of \\ ii is him ai i to* time of lh* LM him al IR** Cs \ 1 au  atlui l is attdinned large tit :t \ in hcliHlt id t he mil-  AVX review VV h  AT THE  RED  CROSS I  STORE  anti Mill! Ila 1  I** labored *•:  is It* I)*’  iwn. Va  1 in tin to ’n.11 e  Will Continue  a  WO I  |COX-GREER|  I Dry Goods Company. ^  **>    &    -*:•    *.£-    $>    ®    &    &    $    £    x*>    *  Fort Sh  PUU  hrfv  v. it Ii  LtiMne  nuniin  A TEXAS I O R N A D Q.  I    A    I    t    a    A  I n*utv I 11 r IU r*..  I** I >e»lr U(*t 11 *  « KOI el «l I « r e , I«« let. xx iiil.ti.rib t. min nil |ri| Ii* ll ti! .in I IU111  Tram Wrecked While on the Wav  I -.teed'• T* \ A '•as Frida\    \    »1 *•«I  to Columbia, S.    C.    to Attend a  mu ,,. rp.    ,  Conference.    netwcei .*«•    ,uu  I dim a Sit U    I MUM I*    ti  storm ae run aftei  telegraph Jh)Ie- -had.' tiers and fir  My Thus i ii> a terrific loris estimated at *rsotis. and fit*’ is ling* Tie* a id Might    Ruin  MANY PROMINENT PEOPLE ON TRAIN i M1  *   ....•-im**.'*-'!    '•>    '•*»>  hail. Tip v 1 I m    Pei;an blowing    at    bur  I    ii cant velocity    am -luio 1 oofs    un*  A L i.i(iiihii    1* lilt    three    Kwitlufr*    «*f    lh**    dOOt S beg ’*!;    * *    \    1 *1 I I ! .. h    :1c    H  IMoing    «    t*r    Wert*    Kill#*!-Alunite    th**    i    Th*? wind ’> TOMSKI lot VO* a ;t h    lions* *  fattengrrt ll rri* I urmrr VlaTor Tth Ion of Sri* X ort Ami ti. ( lair Xf* Hr I* w .*> of I hr Hr .oil* t > ii I tglr.  (Jreentiiie. S (’ Vpii! ’.U. I he ^l.H* filii train bearing Hi* Robert (’ Ogden educational party ran tit<* a neigh! train Saturday iesi outside IIreenvilb*  Kour tH'i oh* »•*"• lilied . flagman amt tt'ice * at I. .*"••- in the - un intr tat.  None oi tie Otohi pa wa -et-on** iv hart    hp* *    i. gtr    •    ha;.gage **at. li-  bnurj «*tt    *u.    iwi.    ti    nim, cars were  bad I \ dan    ..‘4c    N . el'    si * . 'h* party  xx cr* .isle**!* en 'Ic accident of- | furred. Tic* pa>-■*• tnt**rs injured wet- |  In 1 he <liiii ut, • 11 Hi. fireman tm • the spec ia? ti;: • *    ,1 v  IU I Ie. I anc Prof  Henry vY    Fa en.ain    *d    Vat#* tm vt** sit'  had his ■ rn-1 • ne In »H en -mi xx av j  t mipti st it. anni. lion ■ tlcrabl* frontitT duty in  against the Indians Ile t' • tv airy ..rn. f I and on nm* iH'casii si I un. I'* I Sit*» he was nmpaed Mi hand-to-hand encounter xx itll Comanche Indians mar Camp Colorado. Texas His services in the confederate army a a major general 'n* \\**!l known aud (luting th** inter xa! between tlii* was and his active work In tin Spanish \ntcriean war fi T*. Lee ttllfM a limn aer of imponan' positions up Indt’iL. the .ox ernotsh 1 c *.f Virginia, th* t> • sn!* rn \ *»f the Pitts Inn and Virginia railroad, t hr 1 oiled ■ . t i t • ti    forship .J ii!*'!” ■    ! * rn nr tor th  I'' 1    I.x ii lihitru list. a t .111. i the ifOIisa!  i*’.eraTvfiip at H;i\ • Following h < ..ais and    bonnrable diS4 liartnom tin volunte* !  a* i un.a    arniy on Mar I ‘ JPM I ib'ti Le* was  and cr • ap'ioi 1 fed to th reguJai irmy uitli JI*. .    .iimn Sa*    inlay    Tic* expre    I Hie mn!* of Im    ivhm!* t    general and vim!’  xx agon-    have ***** -ti    ttnahh    to handle tin*    | tin* rank '.* v    1* n »»r d    n •!*.    Ma    It  Lomh    and shippers ami tm rchatr*    J follow in 1:  face • *■    ax x lushes    unless     1  h<* i onsigT <'*■ ti I.* • • wa    i ii* pl    •• w    ot the    tamo    i  men * are moved quid h    Confederate ;•* iptu !  Robert K l.* i e  Hist iirbaners Bgftirdax in the team  :iu > bk*' hirti saw  ALL NEXT WEEK  lo* IS '  ti tm  Ho  \ e amt no inst nu t to to the fort I mid* teamsters have off*;  villi: the xx agons ban business xx it h or xx i’ on during th** stril  ii • \ **p iii* presell a wagon .vtail.| rn.  r is absolute!' no t ru  I  E.V.KOTSCH&CO.  I  t ?>{M*i I I  rat It o.»  CHITWOOD  THE TAILOR. LOR UP-TO-DATE J CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  v »i'    -.lr.i.. begun promptly Trouble  st (t >*h1 near Hie RigJifeenth street bat t of * Si** Bm ploy** i reaming i ompntp I not Millen bx a pl uni bet was at  severely nit anti wet** S  ( '!.i ’  III IO* iv*  !  '■. * ’  Hhoulden bx h**ing vx indow ot Ic din i th** {ald* a x>. i*n Ii !■ R M iigden **cr* den Mrs I t; I Mass, cut about !  and badi> le nt*-* ■ I sci x a ti i cm and bi Vick a i of It lint I* Is  ii «m) OtlcT* !!*i!  MeKetwa.x. of th anis* <i ■«i»*• *11    11i•*  *i t ow u t brough t lo* g t ar at t he side of , • was bren* last mg j I arx to IC < On IKM |H • a III It! id',*'. acc ant! shoulders j Severn i • • diirec!  ai. cd lh- hop Mf I  laud. sho* - !.    tktpt I     th in’? thai came \v,    thin i aa ti. TI    "ta* * *    i by a non    unpin * obi red train    pl a *    I rom      hut* -  occupied by    th* pooier L.i*t v ■** 1  ■    ‘ vt,*!    oui t iii XX . t    ix  if i    i t a -or about t! *    ‘ OU!    Lees r      were first levelled    i<» iii* ground an I    fa* e    urn ip'*    Mi    ileaiiv wa taken    I able    service      ar the X* ina un rea    ** m n r« c t he mon    to 111    e f’eopl* -        pit a1 tlis assail    the    army ot      substantial!x . on.**    irn* ten buildings    arr *'    ap*" Mill    • a1    ix was walking bx    the    lime oi      lemolishec! iii*    lightning Hasher    . th* I    arn «us tic    xx    iv to his place of    , act I    xi* <orvie*      wrr* unroof* i n*«i    in ma ny inst i rn•*    tins; ll    ess xx hen    lei’    "one in a > tov    a ml    iii** till      vividly an*! contino    i^lx adding t<* tic    about    ■ lie tint llS        is dei hired begut    and    op. p*      fear.* of th* p'-onl*    Th** storm lastc’    to |c    cr th** mm    UU    a*ti . «Pored team    anil    iii illy      alum* .ta hour ar*!    ubsided almost a•    Kiel*    'The non        ioDis* .* reseiitfullx    flu    r* gnla I      < ui« dx is* r cam'    lb* TX telephone    t i dp    •I into i h * -    . !    «*" J Before th*    tan •    • leat!* sp      am* tele:,! aph    ic* •*•: wed v>.t*    * ]m ){iu«        I •    Mull ahx w ho    \    xx idoxx      Antonio ami p**    in Mexico xx a    < ham    a1 lo ',»• ne.    • ■    *i*' negroes, ha    . CI f H    Lee I      prostrated Th*-    Me> ic; a N:mi ion    he n    * art a* * - i        ♦*«i His ,i*.sa lan’    •»* 11 *    cts anti      railroad 'n v  'inn*    *i n a'" ' * a nilUdi »t*. •    xx as    I oi !*>\vc( i bx        < « roxvd th row in    I of    •mix otl'u      its sche*l is ic J iv;    I’M* <Mi .1* * * MI f!' of    '-iii I-    slum - and    ot    missiles rn my    , dan    :;bf**t i,- :      'ac!. ■  r  I** gj ipl    ai t •*',*! xx h jell I • *    of XV    hick st; rn k        •• ugi t ive Th*        ip. Tip      ar range meAtirv *    int* V Hisn to |hi-    ta J I <    * ti na 1 1  x ai *        ♦ ii to mr throng*    Itll.    a xx ife o     rn f tv** —mc* :n . w ’ ’ * Conte*!' t n . In Was in*: ton he xx as B vc! in*!    ‘.ii’    \    '.iv.    ti and Ii is a. • Q  piirafire .>n pill ill *    «*<•*    asions alxvays  xx *v th*- -;lm:;iI for outbursts *»t ap *; ot admiring t riend -I includes an honor Ii * eax'alry branch *»t in it*. I st a  Fix - !’ w a i  Up to I!  it ..I 9  ll  * *c icu«a it* imp  rn  +  ! !i**e heil*jqri:*rte! ■ of t ’n* a* v< oia • *  : lot nu iou itll ii ii* mi its 'he < itx  i W !lf 0**1*I! pi *** • IO' ■ !* »11 l*i V ♦ IMI -IM  X a i • pi * sen tai iv t i* **«i f *  •’ mv a-. I epm lf* \ ! w *• • \K*v .. ;i t   1  v til t rail const I m i >• reiMtried t*» h.ix  John F McCoy vaiiia rail roa m  Hunt*  mir  been killed ii. X*'\\ lei *.!•» < *. ... ibis city on th* Mexican iiumdaiv  Tile st I**' I s ar*    pi a .ii. a ■ t \    i m pa ■     !    1  *  I*!*'    :.* iii; I OH ♦*!'«* IJ    HA ti I, .1!    ,.| all    I    tx  kinds rho lo* ai    **li p! tim* *    v Imngc    t.  lento!- f Ie  MU ti! ! I f  X s X et v la*:, in, Follow ill ;* I he oui employed .i not m t lie -table- :.i i,.*  T \ ck* i xx **i etui. aal 11 . ! w agon* a lid ! <’■ ■  th*' 11 * ''Milt*.-  ng i• i rnuortani I »sii i*iris in*-** that tim i oimnis •• *i'e«t ofhci-i ti int x ..ml !’i* r* tireniep tha *»fh» I rank md tix *    >    hihlr*    n iirx ive  'xx* of i Ii. Im, s are arnix  ildren ar* Mr I C ant. Uh* a now at For O'.: lei horn* CSU Lieut P’.t Ii ugh I.***  i: ni x g  Lo  PAUL VV. ALLKN.  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  ~<y  Horses I MVF dud I * \ Hay oi‘ W irk. Salistaution Ona ran feed.    Ik**.! ,>! >**rv  Allen Livery Barn  St Hit!: I* I XX psi TI*! Alc..  ’fin**  +  * \  I  4- I  J  The Touch That Tel.s is the Touch That  ■ U    ======  «*t th* cavu I r > branch mw in .Manila. Li cit (Jeorg* Mason la* «*i th** S* x en th * avail.v xii* Vane lh own wile of Lieut Brow n of tip Sex * rn it eavalrx  'iv in" negro* teamsters lef enter* Pm* lh Two |Mali« ** pa * - rn* n guard. .1 ’  and Vl!;: - Vtr-iuia I.....  • ft i  • life  atm *. a * xx i * 11  \| .• .*r  “I*  , xva.s- unroofed, lh* swiohboaii agrin Pen tisy I I  .    : i s 11 *' * i and -X'crx i el * phone i *  nil* wounds I Iv *    ....    '  . service. I In* lines will have to in liglneer *>t wre**ke<l sp***ual.    ...    ,    .  I *■ n I M .'iH ' * im.ii un*' a new . v* hun;  t   leg broken aud calp wounds    !    ,  I et * etc**!  A na*'ne die nu s.-nrers on the trait ,  .n  \H.«*r*» Cid rf* - K. \ycoc to* n»ft crnot of Nor i Ii * 'a til mu ie  ] ha IHM New Vin !,    * .I** <*omini v si‘»e*  of od tic"-* ti* Mi Dwight  l \e! lov 'I  g* .-I Iii* Pi'* rx *  (')**% •• I * ii 11 * i tit I I *»*i*l»* is 11 i«l la- lr ii.  * *•'    aii*i ii, April 'n    Iii* con my  .grand    jinx loc returned    indicrmen'?■  a ga up ’ ii members o! the except iv •  Rex    Dr    \rthur    I'. Kiuso'xliP    .k ih    J eominiiee •>! tits (’lexeland retai  \ At  vx    lottu'    ma ll” *»f N»*xv    York    City.    dealer as u* lutinn known    as lh** Iota!  Ifiiln-i; Ti'* 4  it Paine aud f!eorg»“ F» .coal un.u. Those in«iti led are ll (I t«‘i (h aho! V    I Bray ton. se* rata t x : I I Phillips , Chas.  The pan. ’*it X* xx York Ikidav jA Mluighk .I \‘ Yates. Charles '/***-Hight foi i • »i>iti> na s. Ck. xx h*ue th x  (  ’ leuieyi i I M C*>xv<tery. ! tk Hoff, ha*! gun* .* n Tem! » <»nl*M*rsc«* on I ^Villlam S**aefer. Harm Abels K *' ediiepMon in in* -outIi    J Brown and TM Thomas all prominent  ;  „  coal dealers They are 'barged with Viftiip  f-iy or; ‘thee. \ «  • |f * it ;  * ii, xx i!! consider    i os p* p ta jam ie * ta! 'i  snip.*    and ii* mix .* wi!! in’iv id ui! I  r* ii pc peg* ijn'.* * xv*<h Mc* union of  fe ial    'n cfi*'. *    * -c* Heil! The * m  - til - ?**e - ll i*j * *r.    !  he M*-JKJ.•_.. , e iron  N M i *    lane VI t*p * r  ti *    '■ «n*<who  , t< l    cont im    re*l xvi h '!>•• t ax :*r e'er the  Milk’ mat iou.  Fit /ling I I.. beknived o a .I is t in •Miishe.i I :. 11 \ ll*' xx tv. j, great u ra min mi i»t    ta a    ll el ivy    Lee, * t-iglu  Horse    ll.imh    ...    Ii \. J rn i. ip.ii h fame.  ami a    licphexx    •    Ikdcrt    K Lee. I ll*  most < oftspi* n* »p* tigur* "t Mi** Con federate states' iii lathy?*. Sidney  Silli' Ii    I ,«'e    *    I \ cd 'n * .    ifs til I b*  Fnited Slut«'s navj  Preparation i**r th*- funeral <»i lien Fit hue Ii I • aw.Pi the arrival in this • it x .n \| i . . an*! h* ' daughters xx ho are un ii** ii wax irom Fori Ogl*  thorpe Ha  Sells   (  htr Siu)*‘s*    f»i *    A Oilton. File  •It signor s tomdi intl f i«* shut tit ii k • *i* x* .tou<‘li, toitoi yon I* J f»M*t an i (>• *ok**f Kink li^htt-r. They an* esjHHhiill.x strong in tito lern stylo** mid trave) n rip* lie^t society  CHAPMAN  rn  MI  Model Bakery  • •••  Lo ury tiling oood to eat tlxvaxs on !inu*l nt the Modo! Uttkor.v. llread, Uuk.s*, Uios. Cookies.  MAKING ' ‘ O U E E R ' ’ MONEY.  * «•!<*•*•» ii    XI ii «| I' i ti Ii I    X lour.  Tope Iva. Kau \ j . : ’    ',*•    cox    Iforh  Miniounees h**    " ill nut     1  ' '    aux    attn!  ney s to hHq    \tt*u‘P'*x    tl*ii«iai    I to!**—  I l» I •• f    XX    ilk    i«*    of    ll**-    Sfdri Servo-**.    «*»*    IR**    UIHl! ftlo* *i ail *■ I pc id •    ill<    t x * ase PT  xx    i*%    I**    xi    «nni M     I., s,,,,,, rr ,,    (hr    I he supreme colic'    S    a •    Tfre;i*uirer  Kelly aud Ward*ti    i**xx    ' »    have en  \..rr    •     1     .'n    I’, j t»u>{ed halt i *l«» en    lit.    rncx*N to fight  !    '    Uffihlie', Kte. >*p* iii iii opjxxsjt*' t.h^ txvetoftiee •  I J* A. I SLINGER Prop. phone i^»4.    •  l*r ll Un  r. an vmm on XI.« Injureil.    '    '    ------    ............-......... *'  r,u ’    h, 0 <*    * (  • I ii* *,| St .’>■ tip* refinery law '  t     I nu (Minced thn  fnijependt nee. Kan. 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