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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 I, * ?*    '    >t    k    * N rn* tv*- a rn Kl:  We NYrilr  Fori:Kao, Fir* and A.villein Insurance .......  HARDIN & JONES  I !<*’ * Front Ko>Di!>    Id.    Nut    I    la    Bi  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 9. 1905.  SPECIAL!  Ladies' Tan Oxfords 0 ' aloes  $1.65  AT THfj—  Surprise Store.  NUMBER 43  *  *  ❖  ❖  &  Mens  Thin Underwear  NEW SHOES AT  I  President Roosevelt Spent Monday Traveling Through Picturesque Colorado.  Field Marshal Oyama Has Already Pressed Back the Russian Outposts 18 Miles.  Four ord* lid! the ^tory  A  w  £ Best for the Money % \  jhn We don't advertise any one sort of I ruitu wenr, erau"*‘  ■8*  we  have the tining Underwear we vau tim! in every ^ ^ vjotul make and Underwear material. Balbriggan, I'•’n* vjy ^ Mercerized Cotton, Mesh Underwear. So .e ami non ♦*  *▼* tints and stripe** all sizes, per garment  I 25c to $1.50  por li en who prefer the Jean Drawer*! we ave splendid Ty. one*, at per pair 50c    ^  *  «  *  tCOX-GREE'R' *  hew rn FO* wain MSC MIHM* ««“">    *    "" 1   . i.rmr ►'I* 11  *»*#••*»• U»t«!l(h »• »*• Retire  Hr. lltKieewell Taking HBcfc e alit* •    i> rm „ in Hl« Force* I nill the .lni»Hne*e  Iter Po* to Wn.hl»«to«~Tr».e - f     Mrmlrff     |.       Heel..  benched Heneer »i •* •*** ' here    rt»f., r e    rn    i.enernl    I     k *    *    ought  l-rorrninnte na 'icheduled «»•    *    rr    Corer    »    root    of    IOO    Mile*.  St. IVmstmiK. Mh> ». miriest U  XVI IL, VV v3 II WEG /Vt |  I hejpt^idvhUai ^ ^  )Bore     in    Manchuria,    lh*  $pct'i*ti i»’i» tireii"” "    •    i    newt    from th* front indicating ' i«i*  ii:. Monrta> over ’he Denier A *"    \i UIS hal Oyama i- blessing den  (Panda railroad and * «l»**«'  Salida. Col.. May  ;t  special WTI <»Unvv*Kul '"piin  I h  Undeiwear is a Hobby o! Outs I  .     ■—    I»    I       .JO.  vi Dry Goods Company.  * Tsp'  A  V  I al ..Ii  • it I m  Sharp Criticism of French Neutrality bv British Press Stirs Up Officials of the Kep*>lic.  « ii ,i Hot g K * 1 1 -lo ar i ti Vis,- ' . y are in • <un in ut.nan* i place w Ii P-»    - u .. * ’  J apa ne-.    • I * •  here rn I*, ar* md Mu mesa an*t ain-’hfI n« is aul i« > ch* h iii * 1 :  h* a  IK*- 111    ' 1  I ll IS ; ll ll 'It I *  shU>Ji ai indoul'i **d i t - iiuh thi-  ti  arrive in Denver ai •'*  10  P> ti early start gave lo *he pa't> an oppm tvillitn lo \ leu from ihe t**i»i end "I Hi* iram the lies! scenery in * oh tad which >s  v *nl  lo  *"*  ,h *‘     1     ’*    |  iiran Ie iiier.  ('itPens of PletiiMHHl Sn ii- " particularly consid* rat* of th* I * * * «btil's feelings. ll*' weal    •’*'    ' ! ‘  lh* train at ll I*, un. *nd "'anted *■ gel a ut*o*I rest. A crowd xx as arsem Me,I ai ihe station when the train ,* as made up for th* st.u M I,* a uas announced Plat the president ! asleep 'he early risers prepaid give he part; a rousing sen*, oft r* * fiained from cheering and v J hon •lemonstrat on of any kind I** n itu lh* in a si de lit to *l»*p;»tt in ijui*t  rue trip irom Gleriiiood Springs t o I a*n v er is * **ic t hat the in * iii I -* i v  * f th* party looked forward  T o aith s.re,*  . \ jit, I at Son. While tin runn n- -■ Htd-Uie «>f the train P fast. ofR* a»i v  in .barge an oig-.t t* i >U»w t mc ti bile I uasslng all points * »f in * et *■> *.  Th*-se ! i a ti - - i n • lits in hi :**d a ten | minim "top at Hanging nudge, on* of lh* ur* ated until tie* ’ ii •’ I* als of ti r I railroad Th. - hi’.*i«e - eaio a narrow  1  h ., Hive a hi. Ii Uses U walls •■!  Llnevitch's advame posi« cast aim MMU «d  ! he railroad w ith conoid* rain* forte as it about to mid* i tab* a general  * ffensit,* movement, iii** Kuseians ai* offering slight resistance and are fall-  I mg i*ack on then hist lim of defens* ’ The Russian advance p«'M cav* is nj front of about in** n.iics extending I rom Sing! maut sn. mi the l.»a** ri\*r. .n a southeaster!' dire, lion across the | railroad above 1‘hangtu ti* Hi* man  • turin road, leading to Kimt. Mi Kama! pas* alamtTO n*iles do* *a v, *d ii*    j rile Russian cavalry protect Mc. It win small iKidies being pr«»babl> !**>-.nu*! th* Lino i iv cr in Mongolia to gnat-’ against a sin pi is* movement in that mccimn Expert*, however. Im-th v. rat Oyama s purpose is to thru-*  *,, .. ih # , eg st, turn Kirin and in--♦-!* . himself beiv\**n Harbin and  Via* \ **stoh prepaiaio’ v to ihe in\*-i  I , o! the latter olm • Unevinh ~ dispositions -* cm ♦ s j n>, i a 11 >  f aK**n to me* • -ach a plhn. H* would not ~iv*‘  ‘ ban *• along his pi* set a line bnf woubl gra*i all; retire and draw* in hi* forces as * tx ami's st rat eg \ v elops «»  I mu:*) Russian position- \\ iii<b ext* t •  ‘ i rough \  We have just received a swell line of shoes for ladies. We carry the hanan and Drew Selby lines, both of which are celebrated for their style and beauty......  Drew Selby < >xforns. in b!a<*fc and tan, medium weight  s,oie............. ........ $2 25  I>row Selby Oxford* in black »»n!.y, Blucher button,  the latest style ............ ^3 OO  Drew Selby walking shoe, in black and tun $3 50  Drew Selby Oxford, patent tan.............. S3 50  Hanan Oxfords, patent leather, French heel $4 OO  finnan walking "hoe, welt "ole    S4 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......  f, ,.i^t and west from Kiri! mu, hongtSU ut llttalmilisi* lentil!# forte «*f troops a'  _ I  I For-  -m dp I .ju t >f  #*d to be .Inc chs* of Kirill as I Ii 2>s the TU men river t*> «i»nt«  Japanese advance noril * a-twa  SITUATION IS 6R0WIK6 MORE TERSE  ^n— MlnllVr **i I’*rl* H«td* I *t*u*te,» liters lew «»tl» torrign Mtni-t»r l*#t-*re on tt»e Vt*rt-1 Heir  of the  Paris. May ». the British pie-alleged bre.u Ii* -China cos -ht >  The * l ineal tone of , <»n, eriling France’s *f neutiain> in ln,h>-t an , ntphat n -* ti* r-     P*>! n\* '-a V • * rm ’ -    hip is    im    tinta.'H*'*!      civ* r    * ;*J c n.* -sag* -    I rom    Vt    *> nio-a          I'lNflHK H»*t»-    ii Oil "»    *• V          Sal    ijron Ho, liin-l'h    Ina. I    Jay    v Au      rn n a    I ii,*;* -I v-ti-kv    $ - *P    tad    lt ti ha-      bf eu    its afe>I by V <;Ti    SJH: ii*    to    n***' !•*> < s      intel    Iigen, e *’.* pai 5  m    Hit in    i *!    ic neigh*      Inn h    o,Mi i-t ii ba; -*    I ii p h vv <    i rd    •; Hoi*-      boh*    * lay, coast of    Anna    ut    ‘{«»i* st -      v *'!!-    Iv V VV as VV I* I I.* ii    a v *1 -;    od    h*. w. iitld      leav    o im nu <* a1 civ.                 i lr R<-\a (bus:* J Tun Se* I *o  !  1">«‘    »'P I pl  \t Minturn Hie 'tam took Cl a be p* r v, engine. From 'hat point the climb, ii  v.i»K» IM.ni    lo - f» *    "* Ox I *OWM* V!»dl*.>stok ll is wit  hundred for ll mites OU. .nip.x.im- ». ..ruin Ihn* -he Jatmnes. a.lTan.e pull .von SU. I. » Ii lib, Halo . - He | trill really br s.rl.ms, Oyama ** Known «ne< ial  9  which - made up ->f lb** to have received large reinforeemeti nork.t." lh, li.in.-r - lh. im Iva*,! vbirh hnvr B1I.-.I "I- 'hr Jnpnm-s, .ai .lf (- H. Srhla.-Ks vi.-e pr.-sul. ut I mulla ana hr l.ni-iyhi up minions. «*f *h, Rio R amie and a i i en* IV* if*'  I rn lf et -ar. The hU*h< st p*u'it i- H-*  Continental *itvi<le from wh*-t» kh*-  Yours to Serve.  E.V.K0TSCH&C0.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  al s f a’cnicin M*•’ Jay fron  office that th* u« casali,.i  founded  vt r-a I y Jig, n, *  fit i* ut. br* a* e  the .Ia|j  t* - n. an present*  •th  said I I he Jana  tie loreign  are unit is \ini-nest intel-ion a I v ef-i- Mieciti*  VICTORY FOR CHICAGO.  *., ort a -* Point lu the I tght f*»r Mini* lent tv,titer* (Op . ,f  "Ire* t Et * * I -  \* ad  .isled br n-I av e , m a *  I h* * it •lion litigate  * ipat tip, iati ( I I OC-* Hp * f  • 111 It.I  \ Jilt:  - * ■ 1***1 a Monday i a ~t »p  hest view *t i*.ouut Mas Collegian peaks is had. vide there is a descent t« Brea fast was sd v rd dent s • ar vv hi ti Hi** t * a-v ide File curtaitis vv* i Mr. Tlooscvelf look a • ihe scenery    ’Skip Hi*  I * ar dog. Ute pre aid et i ii • \\ ask i ii ii ’ on b, *tilid• ■ I his new tn.o ter u v  ll* id"** veil >t Up ihe * I * president's cabin v bib I n ’ int;,!tP    I*lie geti\e  M  I •  •antilles Of supplies and ammunition | tier the battle of .Milk,leu both by way  • Sinh!intiu aud titer the i*-*.»n-tru, ted Man* l uiian railroad But at  * . war oft!* e Ii# re I ll# • e is a difT* r* in #  ' opinion j,s i*» w lie Hi* i (tv ami is v»t , i.d> ai *1 it i" added ’hat if he is in .•t. ,-' j,j, baldy almost a fortnight ..’I .’apse In toi* th* i-s ie is de* idc,  I ,    preliminaries    of eaeh of the batt irs  *f th, pr* sent war. iii view *>f the ta* t J hat ’he armies cover sinh a hit ,i-» i t • \ 'n*- jtvv i.- been long a „ I,,,- ‘ Fp *d Munday the Htt"si idvaiic* posts uenerallv had refit H*« it ! s mil* s lr i tv a ilia’s ob. nsi j ,-,. v>n | home a «limas should  > I ..i...i.• ll,., t iin.* Ill,* »i#'a til  CHITWOOD  THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DITE I CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  o  r-+  +  +  ii  o  ll  nest in  Lo  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses l>o«itciocI hi *r\ O’ \v * ck.  Silt is t,let i”u Ouariiiiteed.    ;>*■"’ ut >*  Allen Livery Barn  r=o=|  +  +  I*  ov iisenvi  i *  am  •t *ra  rho  ann ar     j that end TI  PJIf V \Y f* I IP ID V ♦*    if* rep,ir'    is lo 111♦ • conin i- re • * re-ant a-      d * n w  -              I ir.XI*Hon •  ;  '    • Jap.sto    ■'.** minis!et to      •’ranee, vvcnt io    i l ie I * ire    iuu otfi, ♦* Sun-      lay* evening vv ’n*    ■re he bs    1,1 ill! extended      I) I ♦•iv i **v\ * itll    Foreign    Mini-!. r I >**1-      asse The n.M'    ire of I    Is*.* I < "DV ersa-      ion was ti"! Olio* el that Dr    * lo-*',! b  Motono  'n 11 r 11 I *    11 ii inder-i *iei!-ii oJa-t-'n • regarding     finn I Kl been ball *  Cist,)!! ll** * < - it ’ clime OI lie Olm a . ntnpany expit cd Til*- way cl* 511* *1 * h* 4  intent i**n oi ti t (> is* ’he -\ * I ai 11 ■_ inning for a t iii.**' .ti Ivv av - v  lie I rant* -1 Ins lie holds I Ital the tran ;<) pjisv. UU- I' allvv ii'.  ill XIM ii IVO With  i\ I he *!♦ * isjoli. ;i * i v ii,lip)i sh a t i* 'ti si i * et line tis a l»* limn ipa’ dvrnership  I. i*l*-*l V tr d * i«I » lirulli .  ashlnuton. M;i\ TI’**    *»M»  lie Ro;  hat tilt nt h ‘dti  Kims;!- t  Tit  nil  pi lh** part of their fuboidi in I lido-China owing to the Indiv < fnmathy . \is! i nu Ik t vt cen th*- civil and naval Fre«i< Ii and Russian authorities.  A M ini-* fin ial note issue.] Monday afternoon -a's “Contran to the allegations c.mtainf l in a d?sp*at<*h I rota Hor g tUii.g to a foreign ag, ne; not only hag the French government not disregard* (I Hi*- rules of neutrality but after eer, ding its civil and military a cen ti# i*rv precise instructions for Hi*' en-f< ire ti ie rrt of those rules, Hie govem-ment has uni **mitt iiivly s» en to their * xtension."  IlniiilNil shi|,M in r r**i*« Ii Waler-.  Saigon. French Cochin-China, vlav f*.—The Russian hospital ship lCos-trocm has ;*.rrived here which im'i-tates ihe approach of til* fourth division of th*' Russian Pacific squadron com an der by Vice Admiral Nebogatoff. off Cape St. James near here. The main Russian squadron is said to be off the coast of A it nam.  .In pun enc tin til** Al*rt.  Amoy, China, May p.—Vessels arriving here rejKirt having sighted  < ai, ii I ii** case Chhauo again.-! tin Commission , out paul, and th*' Kinsey i-otnpan; «d Chi* ago Involving t h** *t’l*-!-'i,ui its '»> Hi*' rb;h Of the priva’e con* ♦•rn- ’•» u e t lie eon tinuous (plot at ions of til* 1  Ixia rd in lav or he hoard of trade.     i. , j \ *  Mat.    J* R Si* wa Kid.:.' iv S. K lh"*    • • a , 'i.  aer. g> n*    • a! a.- • in • '    II im 11* I* * »f -  ...... ll.iii ,1      ag"!!  Tilt*!’    . and I ll dei'* lf 11    I* I *111111    . \ I - 11 111 * J p * !  an ci un pa ny '    • i • im tva ii a  i.» * -;  1 1 iii- vv  i I «. *1  w  . .1 .I t* »      M.    r I aitt a    im! I    I. Met J ccw '    I.» ■ * I ^ < * H I  !  *      -ten*    •graph*"- I*    < I hi* (a •    • d* ut la. iv    ji'v,., !l*S WPI      son    ."V (* I 11 o I I    ■ epee • I    llJOiV* *,f tit*          Nsso    dated ores    J (J    av. - Th, mi     \\"♦ • ‘ K * I  1 v  i  «% . . I .1 * I I      Soli    *! Ho* [Mild    isher; at    ni Si rip;.- Mi    \M I » I J i Ss« I JI I      Ka** Pl es ’IS—O'   1  of the New Void    uturns: Sun I    John I’ Monk tank I • 'I'v r*'(    \mong ’ I  . .1, . . I 'n      and  ' Doh !*<    1:1111* - S'. ce; John acy. Hies-** pils of th    a*. I! Hail-  P U P VS I i I e - tai*    '! ’ ll. .-e* I . r  ami William  I lie Dies) * * iii.    t .1 *  iv pint" ‘JI s  ainb.lax. d.b; , ala!* p-\ I ped. 1:’‘t      linn,  lim'    I Up ID I U • \ Vi-1 a M    the ia i ** 1 rn: ti v    k i\& slowed ii ii !    VI* I      the  i lilt**    pr*“ i'h tit vv to ll** boy    av ii an \ hri    et address wa    • .union, i jc*t I rom      mad    o bv the    •I "siib tit    it Salida m    I w * irk ers ai      S*'V "  * toil    rn I hundi-v was made    P* i sons.    \ ti vc m ii) ut (*    lo ii hand Monday for ,*m es bef or     V lad iv*’  The Touch That Tells  'F*  is  the Touch That Sells  'Uh **! >ffi* * I for *  i tag  •ut* I v  lp,*>  :r SliOHs tot WoltitHi *si*rncrV to ti (-'I i intl the aker'" touch, tout 'n y*u  I ne ■hi >* feet  it: I j rock t* t Hook lighter. I hey ar* "peei.thv strong n.clern style" md trave! it *i>t* ’*e v t society.  C HAPM AN  Ion futile,I t«» Vliir,l«*r.  St Paul Mav a Edward Coit* hall* Hinting n*,** %t***.***t t>N,ni in ttimii i ii*  .    I,    ,    ,    i,    I.,,,.,,,.    ,    Viol***    VV    "flit    *>»il  ha-- pleaded *_ ii i It > to Un* <n.iit:*- oi    “  murder in th*- fit.-t degree, he having  I lls,** I ,  been « barged xx itll th*- killing of Christian Sehindeleker ll** Inis practnuillv  (’hi* jig ». Mav I'. Monday was th* quietest in* ** tit** strike began. There  ti n  ii music. siari***l on .♦union i*» lay their gt i he war office, b -i,ipai**»l that their ranks v\iii -welled bv unent|>loy**l person- a' • -topping place and bv th** tim* metropolis is reached it >* *‘xp* that th** strikers lot - ** - will lie <•! foldable prop,ii t ions  i Model Bakery....  Kver.vthiny good to oat alway." on hind nt the Model Bakery. Bread. C akes, lbt*s. Cookie,  !*»r-  confess**d to both th** murder of Sehin has l>“**n pi .ut i* ally ti » rioting and the deleker and hi- partner, Joseph Hart- pollee were called on hut urn ** lo rescue  ma ti ti  parent theory hat (the strike is broken ear of matches on 'ire and * iglu car* More than I .nun w agons were -aid to | were burned before the blaze vv as *x  non union men. Th* tarted to make leliveii  —»■»• r«*tMry Hut ** Con<tlt!**»» "utI-In, lory.  Rad Neuheim, dux J. S»-*cr»*tat Hay has finished the first portion of Un*  w nu th<l slr , lfMs Solll0 0 f th*y etate I Hngtiislied. cure and is now taking the high* r grade *d' baths. H* drives, walks and goes to tin* mill * rts on the Kttr t**r race hiily. ITofessor tlioedel say#  Mr, I lav'd condition K sjitisfai torv  l ilt I* I #r«*ittl»t I Hr* lli»rii,-*l.  Hi* hmond. Mo.. May P. -\ freiglit I im plovers ' w reek on iii** Waba-li iaili*>»*l .it Lex in th* j  ap- inpton Junction Sundav morning set a  •    *    C’nndio".    Kte.    Sec    him    opposite    the    luistotFoo  • J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. -hon*  I24   The Ada National Bank.  ie fire a1-*, d* -troved the  wreck <»*** tining on th*' bi idg*  •> i >. * .    icin . %i| r     I    * nn-i «** i*>»i***-, **iii not accompany  twit.ti,iii Irlnlrr* Win s* vt, I*,rf.  St I’eterahurg. Mav P. The printers wagons hereafter on loot. hut he seated who struck Sunday April 23 have won beside the driver. Th# strikers re-a victory iii their demand for the oh- Drived their first    benefit payment  servame *.f Sundays and holidays by Monday, drivers getting $10 and help  street stores sent nut th** normal nom- bridge that spans Willow i re»*U, h, ber for the first time. Deputy sheriffs and private guatds. many armed with rifles,    aided the police to preserve  order. Patrolmen, under orders of the chief of police, \,  abstention from wort,, only th* Novoe|«'rs $«. Hereafter they ar* In pi $ Yromya appearing this morning. ; and $ t resnediv* Iv,  ll)«r*ivrr lt**inl*« in I.*»•!/.  IahI/., May fi Pit** indite bi*v** discovered two bombs in tit,* !u»u>* of a workman on Leazno street. Th** workman. his v^fc and child and four men armed wit* revolvers wen* found on Ut** premises anti weft arrest*m1.    ih*-  I bombs vv * i e unusually large and fully charr * ii with explosives ,*f great f» > *  TOM HOPE President.    JNO    I.    BARRINGER    Vier    Preside^*  FRANK JONES. Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier  £ r»t t, i N N». 11 *><» OHO I  Capital retook, -    -    "  Undivided Profits......*  BlanksiFumished and Remittances Made tc the Govern mcnt on Town Cots.  ADA. CHICKASAW NATION. IN!' I HK.   

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