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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma I I VV e \ THV VV \ ut*!?-1 iornaao, rnv rd InsdrmcM .    . HARDIN S JONES ' •< F >! x Hw it.'1 h * j , \    .    r.ut    • VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED FO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE OITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING. MAYS. 1905. SPECIAL! Ladies' Tan Oxfords $2.00 values $1.65 T TMK Surprise Store NUMBER 40 *«■* Kty $ % $ ’V* Mens" Thin Underwear & n.iv or iv Toll T & * - * * *T# * •V~ that h would not b* drawn iitfo the i strike and would continue the policy of dip* L:*isilrii: *t pikers who refused to* jSlKh deliveries. With • lupine    'A*.iring    heavy TI- I Rioting Continues Almost Uninterruptedly in the Street of Chicago. CROWDS ALLOWED TO SATHER AT Will d ca rf ridg :*• belts un con Ameri* an nie National, th*1 ! the North ♦ rn » \pr*" com I* i\V« ll Th*' . xample. of th** I ates expre ss company and | 2u wagons uodor the escort j i Worts were **»n- , ii an * mica vor t<» r**liev*' the i Best for the Money f s^s-    \\ ».» .vin t r.<.vt ruse any Milt* sort of    I :    . a- *    .    * ■ ^    wu have rue NM Fitting I'ndei wen •    we ck    ii i    J' » ve    y «^jr»    wood make wn I Vu.derwear mater a    .    lo    l>- ^    Mercerized Cotton, M* sh Under'vuar.    >o    * hntid-oi    ** tints aid "ti’ m1'    a;.    *    /.es,    Der    warw.e.,1 ^$T For 25c to $1.50 * ■ it * 5 n iv. : pe I* el el* t. e .J eat. SOC A \ •nu id iy I Underwear is a Hobby oi Oms S * — * cox- ? Dry Goods Company. H*> - #*. IM* tunis lier* Arr ut MoHtrrtttrt o« « *»* * em Mini Kl met How* I rrrly in >!«*«> l‘ar U of the (Tty- le i«» Owtirr* elation Making !»**lurri*** lo Boyroltni Mhum. K»i»*a Hr»»llt %rw«*«l. Chiefly'. Ma> *■ T, itll * n.p.* >< >» preparing I*' address a demand troops, violent o in t h» uamvteis " 1 ' * 1 showed no «■**"•.icion Fhursdax. I vers hist i rn th real. r* sit *d 4,1 a “ tAlity. The riot toe*I* phi* e Deal ’• i barns of the Employers loaming 44 !l panv in Eighteenth street near Stat* ' diaries Ridding . a xxlilt* ’nail, w I -resides in the \leini'>. received fractured skull aiel is *\pectod ’4> • ;.» He was standing in a • <wt lf hit I* started to ie* r a mm-unlo* color*-j i earns ter who was guarded ' v ■ let lives The negro v uiden!> picked \ ; a si one anil threw ii int*' the ti'1" fielding was sn ick < u the head au sank to the ground, unconscious. I h* J (i owd chased Hi*’ negro into tilt si a of 1111* teaming company hut xx* r* iii en hark bv private deu* lives w add n> "billies HP' pieces *f -«**' 'Cpi * ] I see reinform! lh* d»-toctivfs aud pa* .fled the * TOI* I b\ P.* ma lid Mig ’ bat ii* negro he .tilreiul* tv> TI ' !H * * ’ ' l i ed ’ll* - dibit s nut vin is. 1 Ie to !    • led condition of houses. Four me Ii of the wagons, v ivans of three sms were ta the ordering * e bf >tate iro Muling th* bi Cl i in e various •n were plac ed (vUI< h traveled 'nor* Thursday {o of iii** Chicago Fritlay. Nr*r- • *ep«»siiion i.f nders to this move and th** rn of Via\ - ii Dunne to tal c iv*- in the matter the nfdovers* association were s.*    have scil11iem on rhe - ai tine** to snppr*ss the Hot What measures would bi* talon ii.- *f»»oT»s a matter 'Ur-*»?    with    mu ell >«>erecv by    tin 'v    <»f i!>.    a so* IEI ion. I nder    lh- he governor of Illinois has th-p; * to oi d* r oni 11 * 'tat** v i bout ain spceifir demand mjh'T I•!i;i ii. h« i . Hies aware «l til*' need • 1 ii**    is, ab bough am tp# r    <* • i ion    of i i ♦ \    , OY id* * a n * hod i    appeal    to i! pn. i or tot troops through the sheriff p Hxoi * **roner or • •uinix judge. Vs    .'nil    of eomtnnnieation?    I* xx< * i. i he . ii \ Mild 'tat. > \* itlliVes . »i if* ret**«    !    s s ii id t. Ii*> \ e I »eer, a; i t i. d I- I xx •* n t lox. I >« I'* en .im •. .. Dunne for Fri-iax . \ > s., u .a) I,.>:ning    rim governor to ha vc :i"ur* i F    * iaa>    *r t ha i    !.*• ii nntinie n** on’* r xx ii!    he    j I ire 'It « .Moi Mio .A, borings F*»! Ma I xx to Of! Identified as That of Admiral Nabo-gatoff’s Division of the Russian Pacific ^Chadron. • IU hat xx > e t i i ti * L ieut but 20 Per Ct. Discount =ON== § Table Linen N APRINS I TOMORROW IAT THE: A fjr //JS> / /}''<* / o SA. 2. Sr?" i    yf. 7    -' ‘ ■rn- ■ mrnmh I    XU*" THE chicago strike. mHAVE BEIN IN ERITISH TERRITORY Fvtu HatlU'iliti's * t ml*, i »u«t I olllvr* iii thr I Ur I XX lo* »*    ir. a I loir»- .»»— X I rlrg* ti*, f rom '•tin: *i»orr XX ouUt iDill.Mtr Mu*t Mir Russian* »*a*r llrrn f or a XX rrk iii liritllh xx . .rr*. xi«i«. . -* u n' *. v Rn.'sian division I Sale Closes Tomorrow E.V.KOTSCH&CO. I v. 'N. it STRUCK BV TYPHOON. Knss ... XX.i’slt.i's s , ,,| t . Mn. snfr, rr.l ( .ms l«I*‘ I * l*l«* I > 11*11* C • Mi* * iii*.* t i rt Ii ♦* r Iii' ti T I* II) oax morni the fourth c fit squa* Adm hr;-: X J alae* a Th S* sang* -I Mi ' ne Thursday morning XVbi.gatolVs .1 x <ii J* - ? fetish J *s - .I .la*, it tde to develop an ii Jfnirrah. off which a Russian «lix tai as n Pa- lent im anon ; the steamer I uf Mala* * a .ar \ din ital Admiral Ro->nsi*lered Hang: situation. nix is ion xx a? .TS* humor. e< torai** and jKtint xx h* re git'* <! as long vet known ll..- I ii lr rim ti nil < I Iii'!" I * * mi ere*. rile CHITWOOD, THE tailor for up-to-date CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. I o hip in t* beth* r Mil bel rom f< AQ* , S'itr - V1_ f'    V I    Vy< ti + + + \ Ho PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Hoarded »\ Day or VV* ok. Sitisi.ietion GuaranteetL    Hest < ; Surx: Allen Livery Barn South lownseiul Av... + I IAT PUBLIC AUCTION! • * • mrnr~ rn ife The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells &„.tch of Furiou. Flgbt B#two.u I uioi. nnti Nonunion SA.u ll Inch Ax, Occurrence. Our Shoes fut ^Vl'tucii. lh** l**signer s touch n* th*1 -hot* milker'^ touch, touch yourj fen Mil l pockett»uok lighter. I'hey are * s i >e« * i; 111 \ strong r it o*iero style** •md trav* . i> f he f»e't society. C HAPMAN HW i 11 si u r ta in e< . < * 111 ct a. <tuenen. The police hiix♦ announce*! that ibex epa red ■ <» . -.. * t i sui. w ag* »ns for uliole.snie and r> tail strike bo ii 0*1 XX ill IL ii*.- XX Ii. iii ie Kit im.*!« • • store s ll lid bait cypres s wag*ms. This. a if xx; IS Mated! would be the greatest • • mind ♦♦•r .>! wagons ii , >\ ’ d hi one *lax • since : Ii • beginning <» I iii*' strike. • • I bi nip • .» se, mu! *1 sui! Wan* e at the o st th! the Kmphiv t s' a ss*** mt ion in • • High eel Uh street- Thins,lax John • I huts ater. I I iv, a non uni oil i *>1 (ired I*‘Uill • • XVII s shot. He lad attempted I*1 • st t i k >« a boy who sin ut ed .in off ansi' c • • ♦•pi: I et. V number of si l ike-sx mpa • thi/4 Th inst anti) ma Ie f or 11i** negro • • and beg ail to 11 trow I iii* Ii s and stones I up* * Ka, Max I In* passen- 4er depart men »*f th** Kook ! ■ land an- Moulins that if has siicoee «ie*l iii lo ating a c*»lon\ of Russian ne noinfi s iii Seward emmy. Kau. File > oloil> has purchased eight ‘inurn rr sections *f land, ami xviii raise *1 iirI lam wheat. The land a few \ ears ago v mis regard- cd is worthless, rue men* init« s «ame to the I Toited States n» < s. ape service in iii*’ Russian army. Model Bakery.... Kverythiuij jro(»*i to eat always on imiui at tile Model Bakery. Bread. Lake**. Pie*. Voohies. J ( undies, Ktc. See him opposite the p«>'totfic«^    • will oili*« foi Siile.r auction on the nth *i*t,V •Dim*, I WKL •* J Ht j o’clock p. rn., my i*a*s <l» nc** in tin* town of \ la. I T '<4n J • tain i ne: 7 pkhf, im th room, private \vah*rxvor ,s. tut: ti -ml J Lot I mo \ I {o t **(•:.    r**r - I wo t hi rd > hand nm lieder on l~ u ’lith tic." with h'por o*nt usmivst • • beal intf ti ult ’ r,1( B W. A. CHitwood J. M. Doss, Auctioneer. it#ft :*<»«ftfti \ at him. Pi ix’atc -ifi- tflivts raldie*! to Danberry's aid \ gen*ial light ensiled during which Dausberrx recei\’*Hl a bullet iii (he bv Ii was neeessar) to lake him to On hospital Joseph Pang, barn be s tor a large tm r« ant iI«■ firm, was alp on! charged with th** si* >i »t inc The Chicago 'D am Owners’ assn* ia lion, consisting of large teaming Arma not affiliated xx i*!i the KJniployer?’ Teaming assn* aiion inn*!* ;• in xx move Thursdav !>x mo ti.pi im « ellv**! i*‘S f° hoyi*otted houses, While aion ids xver* made to d*-liv* * ox "I,, i# bon?*'?, the tr-'fii    :    .    -    *    ’    i.    •    •    *•    I    , |{r*lu*>< *-* I'ritnfrr. Nb‘\\ York. Mil) • Presideiu Juiii*? W. Vlexander <»t    he Equitable Life \ 'sin ail* e so. i#*i x resigned Wednesday rn trustee of i ti** nthjority stock l**ft by j 'In* late Ileum I* Hyde It was said Wednesday night that Mr \lexandef ( was nioxed t*» take I Ii is course be- , cause of James ll Hyde’s charge that t he had been disloyal to his trust. . j Xrr,’****.! I lither Mini '.iii'. Stroud, DI, , Max ’• V man »d the name of Miller and his three sons have been captured bx members of th* j Anti-llorgp tThiif association for al-leged burjCffffT) They ai*' '.ii<l to have J blown open lh** sat#. l(f tn«» bank of Kendrick Friday licht, securing $100 lo silver. S J. A. KLINGER, Prop.    5 TUM HOPE. Piesident.    INO    L.    BARRINGEK.    Vice President FRANK JONES. Cashier.    ORVILLE SNEAP Asst Cashier (jipitnl Stock. - - -    s*i>,turn.ini Undivided Profit?*,.....*    * BI.inks'Furnished and Remittances Made t< the Govern ment on Town Lots. \DA, CHICKASAW NATION, lNi>* IFK. ;