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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                    j L ^  v  N ' 'N TU •» \ *■ A ' HUN  WV Write  -  Tornado, Fn>* an*. Atviuei «  I Insurance . . . .  HARDIN &. JONES    THE EVENING NEWS.    SEE OUR LIKE OF  5c LAWNS  —AT THE—      J 1 1 J \ I I LmS 11^ UC V VZ I X La w  » ce t F-v.i 1 < *-• Vet. N. * *.    DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY    Surprise Store.     VOLUME 2  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 20. 1905.  NUMBER 53  [auction’ sale?  Every Afternoon this Week  2 ^ At 2 O’ clock * 2  W e are overstocked on summer *^oods and they must he sold at some price. W e are determined to close them out.    ::::::  ...OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS..  Are loaded and you should not fail to secure vour share of them.  Sheriff Barrett Declares Settlement M. Deloncle Would Strengthen the Reached Between the Chicago    Defenses    of Indo-China  Teamsters and Employers.    Against    Yellow Peril.  NEW 5HOES AT  NEITHER SIDE TO CLAIM THE VICTORY SAI60N MAY BE A SECOND PORT ARTHUR  0flrGOOD5.Sf/OfSsClDm/#Gi  COX-GREER  Goods Company^^  BfrEb Supposed to be Intended for Warsaw’s Governor General Ex-plodes Prematurely.  NINE PERSONS KILLED OR WOUNDED  **« "ta* tu HtKili of a ^upyuitd Workmiso was Trying ta Carapa frau. Ottf.UiM- All Were Milled— INrw Minatas (atar th* Ka*rnti*« Would Have 1‘asiort th* s»p«i.  YA art* w Russian Poland. M»> :v A workman who wax tr>ing to avoid lh* observation of iwg detective* on Al; ode wa. sue*! ar noon Friday ai un hied on I bv curb of the ► tdewalk and a bomb wha ta be was tarrying in his kt? exploded killing the workman both The detectives anti some person*-who aeie passing by. it i* believed Abc bomi) was intended for Don (Jeu Maximov itch who was ex pet ted lo pas*. the si>ot on hie wav to ’tie tat bedra. lo attend the services in honor of the caar's birthday The bodice of Hie victims were literally blown ti. pietas A *iife near th* scene of lie explosion was entirely demolished all the windows m the neighborhood wtr* 'Washed and a (amp    wa-    «>rn out  of the ground.  The first report was it. ihe effect that bomb hatl be* it thrown among local officials allo were on their way or returning from the < ai bedral and cauged inlet!** excitement    La’cr    t was  stated that only the work loan and two detectives were *-.illed though two passers-bv were severely in Hired and others slightly hurt bv fragtnenis of the Dom lr  When a * correspondent for the Associated press reached the ♦ ne ihe  mutilated bodies were Mill lying in til* roadvvav ixmions of ’bein being on the sidewalk -0 yard* distant I'he roadwav was covered with debris  The authorities ar* convinced that the bomb was intended for lie giver* nor general. It n« " developes that h* w as attending the services a* the cathedral, which is shunted a few yards from he.scene >f the explosion. A the high ofh* i&ls and members of Russian society here also were present.  • he governor genera! I .os recently been threatened with a bomb attack, purlieu. lit Iv *»tnc* v he Mlv I *av disturbance*  I be jhvIh e a* cord)ugly exercise th* greatest vigilance whenever be leaves the eastlc After the officials had entered 'n* cathedral dc'ecCvc.s observed  poorly diessed man loitering nearby When ihe man -a.w the detectives h** )an rewards the enhance *.f .* confect. tone! s store when he eu’ier nipped or Jhrew lite bomi) backwards at the detectives rim ext lotion occurred only a moment before ti . people *un roer.c d to »**.»»r out of tin « allo dial line'* minutes later the governor general w, ai I ii have passed the spot, Coe-Kicks who were hastily summoned soon cleared th* streets and lh* gov rno~ general drove by another route to tile castle In a!) nine person* were wounded.  I uh I fur Iv ii ch in ii Fleet.  Saigon. French Cochin-China, May LM* Forty-thr* • colliers, mostly Russian and German, ase anchored off \'ha He under the supervision of the French gunboat ('arotiade Twenty similar ships ar* off Cape Si .lames neai here, under the supervision of the French * ruisei d'Assas The Russian transport Kieff is still in the * omnier-cial {Hu t of Saigon No more dire* t n* w s of the Russian ti* et is expel led hen beyond what might be received from refiig*‘s should fighting occur in th* neighborhood of the Ibscadore islands  Men IV tm xrr Worth* nim! l>*Mr»til* win! W ti o He** Nut V Ut tm Ceil lh* I mw Will be i.lven 'I heir «*l*l Mtusttva* 'ta*ui KVuntie Conliriui lite *>t*l»iri»ril Min Pre* Me iii Nile* lltnin It.  Chicago. May 2o "The strike "iii end Friday night or Saint day morning There was no claim of victory or dr leat by either snit The emplojers will lake balk th* teamsters who a:* worthy and desirable Bidi aud win have not violated he aw This declaration "as nail* by Sheriff Thomas K Hat rett and vias con firmed from    so iree** Sheriff  Harrell begall hi iou* to ca l n 'in extra deputies *ig.ij*d n gnash ny wagons of *1111 Employers i'eaminii loutpany and biscoiii nilled iheapiKcut mg of new dentines \lavoi Dunne a-aeried thai im bai information hon a source in which he has unpin.: > ti lienee i ha i t he - (s ive w ill com* tom end v\ uii’n 4 hours oi VV ii I; iu 4« v  hon rn ai * lie itll s fot ma I dec! at ai it th* boycott, h* ' are re-eniploy cd to work and i bi without demons’  Resident Shea union vs hen told May or I tun ne a nd “Ther** is no mat has power to ca make atty sin Ii se -tars <»mt «(mm 11 pow cr The council ered any sin It propos N<»; w ithstanding i shrill? Bart en aud ll Gook of the ie strike com in i flee -ai*! noth ng w hatev» r of as the newspao* ” ..i si rikers a: *■ ins in  lefi  I'll  w Hi  ling rn* ii  t; \  th* d*A at a ten IT Harr* t u this vv or  th ' si* J k*  ement Phi I alone bas t I ha- not <*»n  '.-Ilion  b* stall melds Mavin t)unnr canisters gen d I hav m h -* t jo inline pd md  .lapa 1   attle bn aval base I im k a dei!  can  (  •ta  WATCH THIS SPACE  iit:-t (t.  ave -**ctii  Miss Marion Catherire Skaggs.  A    ■!    t    <.n*i!  t'eputa ti- in. t > cute cl ain  AT TDK   OPERA HOISE.....  .TUESDAY EVENING.  MAV 23  Miss Skaggs will bu a~i-t**d by Miss Gertrude Cn-u and her highly trained orchestra Hour tin* beautiful Mud popular loading. “Fallen." This j io<**> j- worth your coining. “Fro-paring for buttle on the Rappahannock,” with ramie”I aeeom pan i mon t. Come prepared to laugh an I be royally en tor* tair ed.  Tickets 25c and 35c Tit Clark’s Drug Store.  hMU.l 0111*11' Th* ba I ►  promised ti take no In for mat ion f* on  • he papers. the nun positively wil. not go tat* k to work until th* sii..» has been -citied otto lait*  S mullaneousl\ w lit Mi Cool’-  statement canli a *p*ot credited to  - t member of the F.ntplovers’ association who is a depart merit -i*u* b atler that be had iea;**n <o s>-l*»vc the sin** would be * tho al Iv    called of*    if ti  promise vv ere made to the h,* J. a crs that there wends be ut* propel ii im. in the federal court <*f the nun now m-cluded in th- charge- of violatRm * f the court’s n inn* tl*'ns Deil Si. sec-of tbe department -tore drivers union j.*!niitte,i ibai Fri*:ay aftcin«Hm nia^’ K would be brott pi ? ■«* a fix us v 'ti* rank intl ti!" of his s t.ior. at a un* ug b»'iw»*n ’be in un m*t and -mn* « rn plovers. From bi* meeting lar* *• lesultr. will cont* watch th* nu el ti-for a settlenvil 1 .    ’be    union    niati  ►aid  M b-*ii Pi ■ -ui* i' tJi>t'*j *    i> b>f*    t’l  tai:** Ibursday t i    -.id    Sheriff    Bar  rett w .i - iri nm it aul hot ital ive informs lion that while ihe* would ive ne* formal «apl' naif ion *n * th**r -id, of the imtrov i>y, *ls* strikinv. t»*.iu ■-I* i s aim h« • rip **\ < i - would iptb't > merge iittere-is and restore p* a* * Th* sheriff wits informed that ii the lawabiding member? o!  ; l» union <*•u’, ,  b*. re inflated ti ** .-t'i; , would not la*' ’i hont*M. -Ii iif! Hairetf declared ’bat lie bad be ti nil.un.ed tbsit -urb .lien would b** taken bm I  I h* National •a* *    iv* boar*! of Du*  Iva maters union < ante t*> Fbi«agi> Fri day afteiniMui Iii* I * aul incm'*i' met in the Jifli* • i J lie Y an Tic,in si. pf’ Hliioit. See**. y - ’jai lied I he s'--  • ion. President Shea wa- not present and few oft’ciap- *f Pie l l arest, I.- i »jnt c» *>un* ii.  I'rwpwrr For Krwnir*||rMl Work.  st. lvtersburg. \ia\ up. Fnder th* 1  grunt <>t religious freedom the heads of th* non-orthodox r**ligions are making preparations for *'vangcllcul work l«ist Sunday an ort bollox Russian took communion in the Anglo-American church, an act which heretofore w*uh! have subjected not only the coinntnni cant but the pastor of tin* church t severe penalties Thirty Hebrews of St. Petersburg who bad become ortho dux have formally applied for per mission to return to their ancient faith  Aniwrlenna ut Etlivwrd’a l.evr*.  London, May nu King Edward held a levee in the throne room of St. James palace hriday Ambassador Choate presented Lewis I'. Einstein, th** new third secretary «*t the American cin-bassy. lite only other American presented was Francis lf. Leggett of New York.  Ha i*t In In V Ult VI UO'iiiMry > I .rn vt*.  st. Louis, May _’u. A number of del » cates to the general Baptist convention met by appointment ai an early flour Tri clay and went to Bellefontaine come-* tcry to see the grave « I* John M. Pec k j who cameos the hist liaptlst mi sioiiary I to St. Louis ill IMT. \ brief service ’ w;u- held at the grave.  I I** Hr,xiii ► I }il* I ii- Hun I-mn* til* t*»*AM-*»r ,»r Chin*** I'oulU ^*i/* I r*n« Ii I'mr rltorjr In I Dilia -(••loud* ►■tiitial*a til*  * <*»l ut New Com»l Dtffiiori at S I *,* 000,0*10 tin l>rr, ^>0 UMI Ion la lirai*.  Paris. May LM*.- M Prate ois Deloncle ti# publican i deputy for Indo-Fhina. bas submitt«*d to tin parliamentary committee on naval allan- a remark-] able report on the urgent necessity ' for strength* mug th** defenses of lndo- ] i luna again-i the peril of a Japanese i invasion “Indo-Fhina h« says, “ha* I ♦lilly two *n* lines I** fear na tech j Japan alone nr China encouraged aint supported by (apair The fin nier con- J sliiittcs a n al danger tor Japan has I much lo gain and little to risk aud I * r isolated position makes lier almost nvuliierabW* to us She could in a few ! A»ei,s Throw ’cd,pun men into hide-j Fiiina .md easily t* inforce this first ; lauding paitv. I he ti rat phase of such I strtiggl* would consist *>f Japan’s cf-1 < ii- to ••• ii* mastery **f the sea iii " lei* to I * inf'u * * her troops. Owing  • ai superiority in naval  • a-;« : ti w afers oui Ie* ‘  . '»ul*l not risk a de* i-iv c odd tat! hack <ui our j or*>l Th* re it would lie ] the Russians were blockaded wit fiji! poi t Arthur. \\’i: h our J division thus bottled up Japan could i  ippos* the junction ot the blockaded i warships with ti)*' relief squadron and having se* ired »h*’ mastery of the s*a! lapanese Troop.- would lie free to land availing for* *- Si * Im- two admit-j able anchorage- i*'a*lv for her tian- ! ports at Kamranlt i*av and Port Dayot. J She probably would take th** first ast nearer lo Saigon Japan would thus 1  be established « n file sea lotth* eon-j necting Tonqtiin iUui Fit* bin-Fhina and I  x    *    *  h ini could    ii    '    In    the    present  condition of our defenses could vee ie-I si st such an attack? Evidently not. and within a inlet tim* Indo-China would Ii** lh* pi e\ of -he invade!  The report lh* ti examine- i tie* means' which it is ne* es-arv to adopt for the i «leferise of tin tcdotiv and says the' hest solution of ibe problem is to strongly rein Tone indochina so that Die colony may be aide to defend itself J for several months against the Jap-] anese until French naval divisions I readied the theater of operations. The programme to accomplish this consists of a iarge augmentation **f th*’ naval forces in the far east, an in* rea.-e of the military fore* of **<*npation to a minimum of Saloon men. the establish- j, inent of -hone naval ba.-es at Saigon ! Kamranh iiav Al long bay and Ptilo i Condor aud tit* establishment of torpedo boat nsubmarine boat stations ' at Cape St lames Kami auh bav and Turon  I he re|voi i * * ii* *.*- with asserting tliai it would I* pu* i ii* to disregard I iii** giavitv o? Di* situation There- i fore it is tie* ♦•-sary tti make larg* sacrifices i< pa** I ii < it China in read-  i ll«*S> IO HT Mi I ll** dock  Detailed * Miniate- ar* given of Die  1  cost of tile work. namely the for- J ti fica t Ion of i'otiquiii. guns and arni- 1  ament. $?«.tK*0JKm contd defenses, in-eluding strengtlit fling the naval base at Saigon $ I I IKM*.(too and the e-iah lisbinent of t<*: p#«'o anti other stations f*. one (mi* i tm;,' ,if JI? (Hut.OOO.  M. Delon* lf i- a rn* miler of ’h* ape vial pat liamenial^y committee on naval affairs vs iii* b appointed Dim lo submit a report with a programme of the d* fells* - tteccs-ary <** p(a< * ludo-China in a ionditiot to resist an attack  We have just received a swell line of shoes for ladies. We carry the Nanan and Drew Selby lines, both of which are celebrated for their style and beauty  brew Se;Ly    in    black    and    tan.    met!    iii    pry    weight  M>] e     $2    25  Drew Selby Oxford* in black only, Blucher button, the latest style    .. .    $3    QO  Drew Selby walking shoe. in black and tan    $3 50  Drew Selby Oxford, patent tan................ $3    50  Hanan Oxford*, patent leather, French    heel...    S4 OO  Han an walking ^ho* 1 , welt *o]e    $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  I  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH SCO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods:  1  CHITWOOD  THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE , CLOTHING, HEXT ^POSTOFFICE.  I Ch  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded by I‘ay or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    of    Service.  •fl Allen Livery Barn  South»Towii^* nd Ave..    Phone    £4  *  +  I  *  +  rn  J  The Touch That Tell* is the Touch That Sells  V  \*  *‘nr Shoes for Women. Tile insaner s touch and the shoemaker  v  tv>u h, touch yourj feet ,tnd fRK’keDHFik lighter. They ar* especially strong in modern style-mid travel in the iie-t society.  Y it tor 11 * * v\ ani  i Commerce and d * ngage in busine has not yet time. Mr Met his position eon-  V|**t«'Mlf ti* lt« lir<* % In  \\’ashing (on, May Metcalf. St■» fetat \  141 bor, it 1 <- 1 * fin si  ness in Caiifoi ilia. determined »1 j mu tii i «alf has not found genial \\ Ii * tv ii* ’o**k tit* se* ret arj I ship in* tlefermined tp*t to return lo Congress, lienee iii- resolve to r*-« nt*T I business 'ii* is not surprising.  struck n ttrokrn lam.  I Lowell, Ind.. May -’n. The fast east- :  bound mail train No .“! on tile Monon I route struck a broken rail near lier* Friday Tile Indianapolis, a sleeper whirl* contained about fen passengers. was derailed. Conductor Shields, in (barge of the train, reported thai seven persons vs* re injured hut none ; erintish  Stint In a I opr K» <1 olm.  Topeka, Kau., May 20.—Monroe Harris, Ik*tier known in police circles as “Slim Hargraves’ was shot in the neck and shoulder bv Charles Davis and the hospital physicians say there is a slim chance for his recovery. Da\is is ar* attendant at the Citizens club, 1 sui post d drinking resort ai '*M‘» Kau . pvenue. Harris tried to break iii rn la lug a member, '‘This -’arted th*  t*h(N * i i s r  CNC H APM AN  Model Bakery  • • • •  Everything ^xkI to eat always on hand at the Model Bakery. Bread. Fake*. Fie-. Cookies, v .Indio-. Kr*». >>pp him np|tosite the i*>>tofh<**T  •I A. ISIMINGER, Prop. PHONE 124.  TOM HOPE President.    ISO    l.    BARRINGER    Vice    President  FRANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  Capital Stock, - - -  Undivided Profits. -----.....20,21 '0.00  BlanksjFurntshcd and Remittances Made t* the Govern ment on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION* INLY TKR.   

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