Ada Evening News, May 8, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma I ^ I ’ ' v:    KV    * ON MIK \H UIM. We NY nu fomtulo, Fire ann Aeokiem Insurance . . .    .    . HARDIN & JONES Oftioe Fr»*n% R(k iMiW«r \ti N . * • Hat k VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING. MAY 8. 1905. SPECIAL! Ladies' Jan < >xt'or<i> $*2.o0 values $1.65 — AT TMK — Surprise Store. NUMBER 4*2 Grand Jury at Pekin, 111., Heturnf True Bills Against Standard Oil Magnates. our VVor i> Tell the Story J Best for the Money f & NAMES SUPPRESSED FOR IKE PRESENT j Hfouiilllon lo l<*    |lei»eee Monday — fftrtie*    mw    t    l»*rge*l WUN* Inrturlat » WltavM ta    *»!••»?    *•* Or«1*r to Kiir<< rn    * «i»t! i*«* **«*r •**»*    *,f HiiImhi We don t advertisee any one sort of Underwear, because we have rhe e-t fitting: I nderwear we inn tin i in every jood make and Underwear material. Balm Kgran, Li-le Mercerized Cotton, Mesh Underwear. So e nndeome tints and stripe* ail sizes, per garment 25c to $1.50 For men vviio pretor the Jean Drawer* we ones, .it per pair 50c t, ve - i l**nti ut r£\ Vft & •-*> $ ❖ $ * & * * * $ $ fCOX-GREER! Dry Goods Company. ^ && Peoria Ma; T Th* guild iury . Pekin ti m ^ returned indict inti I*- again**; f tv u high f >tVt (’ talK of lilt* Standard Hi tompanx. Requisition    oil    l*e toskru *»t Hot. In I*vt Monday l'a> Tor of Kent inky. Ai the local off!*** Of the Standard oil (oui pa ny it wan •aid i|,at Taylor was not an official of th** »* mnony ai aux time but war* F*im-I**' an employe of iii** tympany. It way further Mated that he had not J I ** ii in the employ of the company for tao year*. Mr Cooney then displayed a Ie!t*r • silt* n by Prank T Mound t. attorney |i« i)era] of ohio. al the time. in w hich f* i.Hs Mr Cooney some advice a*1 to l ow to pro* ceil. The left* r goes on to stale ihai if is probable ihai a lait:* nim of money will la- sent to Pekin to ti* bt the »ase for Ken It A1* ant) ti* Jreiu Mr Cooney to Keep in touch with j I-itm and keep him posted a*-' to th* * *» opmenta in ihe * ase Monett Colnintma. c. May 7 The indictment in 1'ekin, IU., of two Cincinnal n * ». said to be connected with th* I Standard Oil company the indi* intern I t t*l r.i J afti.il a.vi I he tact: rr*tn v x»f I NEW SHOES AT I VJ II VZ JL/U I rn. rn m Hie names have been suppressed. The I bel na lased tm the testimony two officials are charged with bftvinf f'harlea Kelt ber of ibis . im and for-induced one Charles Ken. her to i-wear mer employe of Hie Standard Oil comitial he ow net! a t ins* and wagoti.' came aWut through information which really belonged to Hie Standup    »t»« prosecutor ai Pekin by Cor oll company it* eel possession of The name. in order it force Fred ii amt nit Undeiwear is a Hobby ol Oms %        % to reel den I t*f Pekin, to quit idling tnt product of the Koval *1 iI company an rpiK$ <it*n caro-m. I i.e dory is follows In lK*l Manumit pus'chawd from man who represented hims* f to I**- an agent of the Standard nil compart' a tank wagon used in peddling *m about the streets *d < !•* city. Aft*-; . time lie t eased r 1 handle Th* Slander oil and began to sell the pi od net of He Koval Oil comganv Hrp*ated effoii TERRITORY STORMS. t id I •    I,, it rt PmitK^r I rum Win.* »i.it Hum Fight l rmi.it* Kilt**! kt 0*1, I. I . ttfcnv Additional Wagon?- Were Moved and Deliveries Were Largely Increased. TIEHEN ALSO GO OUT IN SYMPATHY May Iitcrfrr* VI tUiiutl H*litrr, mo tl»r Rlier-bniploytr* P#< i»r» I tory Will i«<-h I p I heir sturr* and VtU.w I lirir j ftu»tb**« to stj*go*te K*th*r Than **l»r j fp lo ll** I *minlfr«. Chicago, M * Mayor Muon* kmg distance t the mayor is-^ every!hint w;*: no need « f to i;ov, natl a t. dephone red - h» ; I >♦ ut-, ii ik t.ver a turds*' « ei nor aud I Ii* ala i hat • pud a ’ ti her*- was niiiiiia. Th* city ain! v. a I e county ambo Situation xvej; now Las VOO d**p i’ a anti aid lug Le ... fctrike July. Aft* t the streets put • aiavans t>f v ished nun ber rf < ame    'I is near.    rho bt* ru b« w* \t has not b.-n t rs‘ assot iatiuj ons w ei- lies claim to have lh* n hainl Shei iff Rai ret? »p r u*«; i a J while! who io poli<* men on w ail i ny; i h roil eh hing Hi moving anti the dhnin-; * j\v • ; - 1; t* she r -I us ion ilia' p*ea> ti i s «>f i ll** i• aiii-tliar the strike ny lite Kin ploy-additional v.’au- \iu&kt%♦-*    ’. I . May . j*eveial per sons are reported killed Luau* mjurec and much damaj.* w n*ught u» property as a result *>f a fierce vt-lid and rail *!o: in in varitnis jihiif t*f tyklabouu. and Indian territory W ires are dew r and names anti uefaih are lacking At Owl J.*. Tulles southwest of Sout! McAlestn tight j-*; stats are said it have beer. Killed and a <;»*. en injured At i hat plate nearly every building is reported w re, Ut**I Alm ug the build • ujts demolished v^K'- the town st booi f‘rof R.nst ii. a t««<her is r»u»orte* family hurt, and man' pupils are suit to I.fire teen injured I! IS believet none of them "ill tli* Among In buildings w rec'set I U«ie a cb.urt h which WR* V. I I by tic ll! I sh*-':    ’),!*' business liouM-s . r.d ‘Jo residences At Edmond OI . another small tow ii 'o get Hanisuii *.• Standaid having 'ail***! i iv * ti t>n lit si ♦ ii,* and in<lm t him it* ! • i urn filed suit in I he * ourt To replevin !h* win tna’ ” was his p:<u>*    \ H»* made t h* • ase st it net cssarv replevin bol Ii, T.ytiJ. was uivcti pt property. I be ease filtration t*f tbe ttffit * general of the stat* conium t ion v Sill th Pekin Charles Schaefe v from * ■ K* rt her .* i •. r failure t< he <t:*ndari I us I it» Ka j; - W * 'VUU k. f >n M. ti»r Attorney General I'rank Mttnneti who was «mile«i i«» Kansas some time $gt< ut pueh Hit investigation into Ria Hoard oil methods. Mon net I knew of belcher** toner!ion with the Standard im! company ant! of the all*get! a ding am) abetting of perjury by men In (hntiiinati for w horn warrants ar* said to have been sworn out in Pekin Kercher appear* d I* for* the grand ry on the advic* t»i Mr. Monnett ann other prominent lawyers here tin The bromite of immunity Mr Kercher will appear as the principal witness for Hi# * ’air >f llliiu is when >i*    •    ase • tun* c tip for trial He i- n« w in this city h’lt r*fuses i/t talk of the ihi*- Z CT I VIT Y BEGINS AGAIN. vtiir«l)«l fSitu , s»»ii «    l(,*il* I** A Mil iii • Iii, (IRrniltr % iiilmth*)! Vt ti• -.Un I nrl, > ti k i ii i i lr ti ■ I * • f the .it tot lit : i lint*, and i tale*'- aftt»rnev . V JU* lit r W i Max * read' . f. *    v finn secured Which Hi* w*d ctntluaiv* that tJie property !•*ioi.a*ti I* th*-Standard <»iI onipauy and 'hat Her ■ rher, who repievinwl it. * it scil*! service man in their employ. Stat*** Attorney Sch&efei is authority iie statement that mhi * fft rt will be made to I .    1 t we nil- to Pe Pi ti ft»r 'ta. Attorney B IV, v'ot uey td !'*ku. who representeti Hams ut made ifa’emcnt foi the \s.mm lated i ; cs* Sat urtlay He said thai shortly aft* Hamsuit commenced business u IW» that a man named Thomas appeare* iii Pekin and begall to operate a riva Fenglnishsl en. M«in« buri: Field Marana! to an a seem rn**nine tin- » ff« n*- iv* ii a and a« tlv its already :.as (.en hinfvltihV left. bbl* ' lay be th* j prelude to a not lur general l*aitl*' : rbe Japan*s« have concentrated heavy col urns on the Lia<» liver anil their \ame d;> .it.us *-s'» b***n in fontaltif wnh the    Knssians who    ate holding ii*- main    r*>ai. from    Kaiounan    ti    , liashi* in hen On Thur*-da\ th# lapan-1 *v* ava    iv viimii ii'v attae' e*!    Ho    \ ('<«ssack« in ox er wile I ming force fort I iiig the ai*i i !•- i* ii♦    I **l, si)i j i>**rted bv    infant t v. »h*    Japane^#    ad-    ; .ml di • ■ vi ?)♦- Russian -;fa*itrv j the v I Mn et of Palitout* A I • on lo teruig i>a; tv Jo ?    •    -    j vicst ran mil an ambush ate1 j ne i i v . \i» pf f ye wrr re I !••• I We have just received a swell line of shoes for ladies. We carry the flanan and Drew Selby lines, both of which are celebrated for their stele and beauty...... brew Selby Oxfords, in h!a**k and Din, medium weight sole .............     52    25 brew Selby Oxfords in black »*nly, Blucher button, tl»e latent style .....$3    OO Drew Selby walking: shoe, in black and tan    S3    50 Drew Selby Oxford, patent tan............... $3    50 Hanan Oxfords, pat Ant leather, French    heel    $4    00 Hanan walkimr *hoe, welt *ole    $4    50 These are only a few of the many new styles that we are showing. Come in and we are sure that we can please you...... Yours to Serve. E.V.KOTSCH&CO. Cash on Delivery of Goods. i Mf* CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. HEXT TO POSTOFFICE. -Ti ♦ th JOW ll V ll ll Many Sat • i w ti Several house* wen ii* til''"'Led by 'bi wind but a is believed    bat no OIH was '-criiiusly ii -,ii*d rtiai place A special from \Y* It Ii I I sa's tha a terrlfii si rn in swept over Hun par of Tile I* I T ; ii>-y and that Aeverfil pc! si it. > were i;    -oh*    f ' b* -iii Hie • I ! if i TV bi Wi-rsf : ait! stOl'll dd him *da v and the th wagnn He visited the in tither i*eople with " lh in business and cud e\f**ut that bank! u.-ti y the face in ordei in v if v\ ay Haifisiilt ofT* : **d 11 e ag recd ti* t ak»» $ •<* md disgppeato*i sin Ken iier appealed and replevin proceedings vc I his gaining possession < In a ‘at* inc ut mn L Pekin. Kcivhcr - aid ti a is a district mating* r f< * n hants an I Ii.ii suit dl I ! cd MONEY FOR MISSIONS. It.>nr«i rf VI, I I hun Ii 'niilh. *l>»Air« C |» preprint lim* f«»r tile Fntnluc X mr ItrMfil l.rt« I m (r«t Amount. r Iva. iv him . h lo N'uHtv ta-a Til K; use! »r O ll + ♦ + N. ll* ta J PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. I tov or Week. TTI Horses Hou i'ti ah is fact iou Guaranteed. fly VT CV Allen Livery Barn itll Town-vnd Av*-..    ’!    <    p.g + + i The th re# those who bad an *-\ strike of wit h * na! deli ye icily addition ’» STC Ift C. H. C'oiiov el > a rd Spencer. Saturday that ♦ ago are agrei L and let. bus im -*Yii*! nder pi ii * he -aid. would hon** Ti '•'tat by a rejHirt t about ('Oho * xiis *; hi ope** to atr*'; .ii I»»xx sported wagons ha * I lent eft* I f. A - vin! ,Phe ie l;m* !. vv iii* h will interfer* livery on tile river was it.--the ranks of Hie team- v ice pres idem u? filii- Bartlett a* Co.. vai«t ii** enip]©', en- of Chi- MAY USE HIGHWAYS. Ul*r*ni» I ii,: I I Mn Iii* « X(niiiii| the Kniin *>H- l*rot«*< Mi* X .*><m In t lim in I I u h I t *• hn ii hun iii lh. s I h I «*. I open a, May Sat * 11 day • • : •.* < • Natural Ha^ et int pp pip* :n- s .hong Tm s*» long es it do*s TI* S ; pl *‘lr *• I nil bul ii* 'vail', v > ail im lid i I'tibUg , i v I - a \ I.of nfiisiruit ii nil * ump any ,»t Hi** Tim * . nd iii I % J**.I.’,***; I 'll <» I ’ J *. t * j{ans I ’ I I VV LIS tip c scil! ©nip in P. kin w Itll > i tit ion in that ! >r* a I J' *I’ nut■ ‘x ^ J Inii P.;< iii. <1 Mc I ipmprifitcd Si IL • Bls *» said Thai III ., , ft'. >*i I VV ii * s | »**Ml lo IL. -Tip. nm mated pi* ach* ;s had iuri- dict ion i»\**r Hu * (Mii«* di is! re t i Hind an*! $1 " Itll lo ll *- 1 fund h r rebuild- w as C T rollings .•! *'! lid nnat I. Kei I RS the ll'.11 ti b'lihli ng at Vanderbilt s h*r als.* mein ion* <i lh* name of r. v univ«*rsitv r« ** cm ' I \ 'Timed. Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells MR. tKINNPHl INT CETS EVEN * I ACK ll -taul at* eamstp!! heir stoics tother ? Ii a ti ! ion o ret in r says .'♦-ll* lh Ii <1 in th > iii ins own li|oul*hf out *h! pan \ wps ' IV*! auloi. sn 'do; int**! ii I gh vv a vs.    Hr o>r tit** Kailua iiiion, > rah / lo * ping t be ga elusively.    ii pi have lost heil f ' I the mandamus i * I .I wig' Sip 11 iii sue vv"iniln s tor **ngat*ed in • « us* 1 in**. Se* i- ion is a hard ulov Has Protect ye assi lei I for t lie put pi —** ol in t lie Lit ct Hint i es ex hi I th! inaans tli#*v a part PI * v\ I lh in tit business vvorbd mount high into I th min tins. and wUosi employ * s not < ii * < t Iv involved in I be -Till.** as yet TP rn ber tens of thousands. The Kin I ploy et s' us:* M-iat ion Saturday reported! having 4 due wagons in servb e. a much I larger number than Kladay. Tile total, ii was. .stated, will I*** increased Mon-Lay io r, nun Xii employment Office of th** association was opened Sa tor-I day. 'I ii** officials in charge, while declining to give figures, declared that ! there was a rush et applicants tot 1 yobs. Th** officials a ided that they J retain the be;-u aud most competent white man available to be set to work to fill ilie trllc* is* places .is fast ss possible. I rtinlieil Into a Troll**]; Tar, Philadelphia. Mac 7. A freight train on the Philadelphia A Reading Railway crashed into a trolley car a-the crossing at American street and Susquehanna avenin ti th** northeastern section of the city Saturday afternoon. It is reported that several person* were killed and that all of tin-other passengers in the car were ii- jurenh I iiliubl* Troll tutor* l.mt, Lope La. May 7 -ii wo imporcriit de. cisiona sustaining. tb<* jirohibltcuy lav in Topeka were i*>nd€red by th*- u-preinc* court Saturday. Druggist Le t.iougiit a replevin -nit against <h.*iii Staiii in recover licpiors taken nude! the search and sci/.ure act and .htdg lla/eii sustained Le*’s contention 'lh* Supreme court overruled fudge Hazen. In the * ast' cf jointjsi Darien hts ti I -tot Hey declared that tin vale of liquors tor medical and scientific purposes cannot be prohibited by the legislature. I he upper mitt ii*-1*1 u* 'ji** contrarv-. * OtlltMlf IIM <*k to ( I » ll I / * I loll. Glenwood Springs, (’ok. May 7.— Word ''as r«« ix'id i.* re Saturday morning that President Roosevelt and patly ti ad started for Newcastle. They broke camp early. At Newcastle the party will board the private car Rocket and com* ov* r to this ulnco. Th** president will remain hero until Monday morning, when Im v iii Mari East, making his first stop at lunyer. The federal grand inrv ar New York I* Invertiga1 lug th* tuba co trust. VV '•ir SIiots lot Itsioner’s totici urn naker'*• tou Ii. ton* lt‘!l. I IP tut* sh*a your fee it I * J fHK*k(*t JHK»k l.g:J)t*r. They art csjKH’iiilly stroller in mo*fern style •Hid travel in til** ‘le-t -<ori.*fv CHAPMAN Mr. Skiunphlint—“Here'* Where I At the Milwiiuke Depot—“Too Bad Bet Even with the Porter.”    About    That Tip Lnw. Porter, But When We Get Into Xllitioia—** Model Bakery.... Kver.vtliing grood to cat alway* pi; i.nmi at tile Model Bakery, l^read. Cakw, I'it***. C ooki**^. tnindips. Ute. Sop him oppoxit© tho po-foT.oe J. A. ISLINOER, PropT PHONE 124. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••©•©••••••••••a ihe Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE. President.    INO    L.    BARRINGER.    Vue President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier $oH,* R R t. HD .    .    -    -    -    -    $0«t*kX0(i “We'll Be In Illinois After FaeaJng the Next Station, Sam, Old Boy!” Capital Stock, -    -    *    -    -    -    * Undivided Profit-. - - - - Blanks!Furnished and Remittances Made to ♦he Govern tnent on Town Cots. \DA, CHICKASAW NAHON, IND. TEK. ;

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