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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 '• ,  KVK  'N * M I’ AY * Kl" K •  Wa Writ,*  mithuo. rlre and A .ridti * r.su ranee .    ...  HARDIN Sc JONES  *    **    F”.*ct    ,v    l    )v r     y    l  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED I O MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  .DA. INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 20? 1&05.  SKK OUR LINK OF  5c LAWNS  —AT THE—  «  Surprise Store.  NUMBER 08  I*    3 DAYS j  Grand Shoe ^Special I  1HURSDAY. PRIDAY AND    I  0    SATURDAY    AT    IHI:    J  Auction Sale  MEN’vS  :    :    S5.I10    AND    $6.00    M.ANSS    SHOES    i    i  3 Days Only  Choice Pair. -    $3.r>5  Vour last opportunity to hint the Harris Shoe at this price. Samples now on exhibit  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  Auction sale 2 and H o'clock p. rn.,  Saturday. Auctioneer, J. >1. Trone  Col,  JHlO REPUBLICANS.  • ourriitiiiii It v • i ii in lim t**H (iiit II * rn, J. *„,| Iii. I    im  th** ** I * I r I Irk. I.  interstate Commerce Commission Hears Arguments of Texans Against Railroads.  RATES ARE UNJUST AND EXCESSIVE  « Ulm in %|«o Vin.I,- ('It ut IV i iii I im I I lint*  ill I ItlCMfo I Un* rl Iii I IIM t AgwillNt Moulter- Mini I lint KatfN lint # ll***-,, VI*  Ma  * nipuiary     General    I >**u Im I.    —.......... j    Ut ni> cuslv.      Washing    non. Max ^’*;. J    'h* int, ’.suit*    dominating      com nu*i ce    < oniniissh'n rh    irs lax hear.' I I     l!!  cl, " ho pi,      argument    ’ll the .-asf* ii    J" the (‘attle ;  f     < Heni*      Raisers a     v >c cia I ion nj T    e\us i ga,us I j *    on WM, y *>;, I      Bract lea I ly    ^til of tho !<*    ilr cads run- D    ♦ How Kiv      icing son11 Great \,,    * from (’hi-(go rthc’in mid I t,    except th*  ! r   lie n Pu*ufu\ J ’    Ui’"i th* lie   !  -i*e I hat pi *     Head cf the R ussian Admiralty Says Re .estvenskv is Steaming North fo Meet Togo.  ii *   -, C '    ''.It Will  * will try !11 from  ways tit bombes Ie* fur i *  ► ff us* '•  | lilt*    <'balur*    ii.*;iiu~i  J includes f hi*    I    ti I IM I o*t  f I etg hi tuff i Mi cis! f !»* Tri in    h.    (    '  I taming - cat, *    , p, ,  anU    u   unju^ i and evcessm * hat to it ut ital charge .at Chicago is uti’MM ai discflinina**•>    against    •    p.  Maut it' ship to i hnt point t. iii* ,-na*«.  i' not made af of hor mar * i •  Hun ih > rate it»r feeding .him#- »i t'Milt* is ex* ■» --: \,    ,, *- v    , • j  per cent ut a p'naomihie u" !     Dud  freight rates for th has beep rats* <i t i ' '‘ttt i**r hundred aid lint th** |M*t*st‘ good as ’lit' form• f in answering Hi,  J*'tads tlti nor deny hut do dent that I unjust c  I MIU'I iv I,  x .  <‘ \ It VV  To i tut'  'A* rn I am I'afr was on hand Thursday  *    ‘  Tl 't* lit. lf lo width tty* re-‘can Male ronveutitll, had  ac ]_  •’tai ell lied 'lit- d* ligates lo  4 ' !  (unit lit lay i bt' ?» miK>rar\  •  1     ■  1 !(, n "•* v  made permanent.  ' lr: ten minutes aln r onvcnine  * I'im i of the committee  on  resold-■ • v  ' -a |»i't" • ii t ti i I * \ Sent: tor I link.  a  motion of Senator Hic 1< for the ■p-ion t>f i in rdf rh > p, was uh pt,  ( \  I tee** Hi - were then Paul Howland, of Cleve-  enici lh., lame Of My  to iiiu state non vt* n-H*go, atm In nominated*  *'•ma ii. a ii* I his. speech gat* s mot t thail anv-  ‘    "• atees greeted the chair-  t,  n!;5 J* chm st ion Are there any mor* •lo: ! !,«ti« rt v c'nngr* ^mnn Burton's ^    ’ Ht.it tilt ut rn ma t wui tic mat**  *•>'    a ma’ton was    carried with   1     '  k  Cov. Hen ic!    wa- then pre-  “ Ha t on vent ion. Oi)n r  ,u     nation* \>*r* Lieut. D<»>    \    |,  ' '    ■“  1     H'< la mat ion I; Judge of the 1   " **i* ti conn William A’. Davis: At*  ( < ’•*-     : ,j    Wade    Kilts Mate treas.  "    - v  McKinnon    number of ihe  ‘    '     1  ' I ihjj, works.    William Kir»-  i >»Iisjitut* (Mowing I rualtlr.  • ’  a N,a >    I lion Mn re ques ,  •    *| Ci»i mn.    Hear \dnnrai  deapait heil    11i«* mosquito  '* ' • ‘ -f t    Samar win re   f     •o:*'- - I* < a using t rouble .. ,  THE CHICACC STRIKE.  COULD NOT STAND ’HE STRAIN  NEAS CF BATTLE MAY CCME AT ANY TIME  **»!••• tr<i Uurtlrrtr . • v ,,  +  Iff t . ii i 11tW v    ,  * it* I Ll I * t*n.’ rf. i  Int, j  lit I i%t *■ t»fti.*r l>*«M«r*s th*. liiptutM'  fcet'ol Aff ort I tt» Allow til*. Kunmmun to ! sn ** e»t ti A lad iv u* to k Pullout mu tiign^r be* wi#ut    th*    Ntor,    ,,f    I'uri    Arthur     <{ p  ^Vtll Nut I** KriifH if,).  I de Th ast  ig    .’sr  at no sh waiting  bad  .Us e  St. * etcmsh ul . lay «». Admi:a1 Ave..an, bead q; Russian admiral-ty J« !wa.tinmif. ,« nf-ms the Assot ta’t il I : * *> o i spat* bes saying Vice A11 in i t a Hojeet vensky 's area ming north to g:i>e battle to Admiral Tt*go. De con riders it i *ss.h],. if.at new*; that the two fleets ha\f un*t may in receiveci any day.  lo an iii fetes ling interview Admin*  Avellan re-aff,; ms Die orth ini denial of the reports iluti HoietnvetisUy l as broken mo" n and asked to pc *ciie'*e<!.  Avellan say# Hojesiven*D\ s»m •    d»-  taiied reports of the condition of in own hea lh and of th. beatib «.f the* crews of his ships. The *on'taut :»*n- ,,   14 ion anc’. bani work of iire psst f, w *  5   months have i“*en a great strain on  the admiral's health.    began  Kven before he left.’* said Avellan,  nt  'aaid Rojotvensky was a suflnr r from ,‘ ?i  kidney t rem kl Out bn* health is no    I     p   'worse. His leports breathe a spirit    !    .    ['  <»f strength, resoluten» ss and * e>nt -deuce and other rept ifs show he luis in-    *     1    V   spired hi^ .jews nth lh* confidence i    J*  of their commandei. As a matter of    '  fait it is not Hojestvt-nsky but X'ice Aumirai Voelkersam who ha* suftered from the long stay ii: lim tropics The appointment of We Admiral Buileff ar successor to Vice A*1 rniraI Skrydloff at Vladivostok w ill m nti wise afret i Rojestvensky's status. The latter’* mission aa chief of ii,*' tic j* i<> take it u. Vladivostok There will he antagonism Winn he Lets there The* two admirals are on ' XteUent terms wfch h began tong am when Royesivon-sky served under lh: lief). I loth are iron iii st iplinarians and Hojestvetiskv will give hi* supe! jot ihc sa nu* loyal obedience that he d^mamls of his subordinates. ’  Do you anticipate a sea tight soon?” the admiral was asked, lie replied* Certainly. lh* Japanese * annot af-  •g memb  ' • ■ I • r. •. mud!let: I* v. ii on ft als lifter r. ng t *• w ht%t  Htldnts cf it I* Vt vt VI .’;. V rn. I, h» VCV     {     *    . s    Vt . J  fc  _  u    v   Dan S. r - %    *    .    f: .  • I t I .OI I ♦ i ‘    .  ‘ •*' ‘  4  jct .    r I'A'AV.« lig»  *T *  1  bt .rat t v* .Hi ♦  '''iou enrod i * . * :  Vol vc I    The    Ste.} ;.,.s I    ,  '  !  ‘ ’ air* »h«»:    btl*'    \    l    ,    ...    ii  result <•! h 4  tent ll . Ii,., t . L It t»  man i»* v on an » c, „  a ,,  x !n ^-a ut we pap* man  v. Ii!  h  : i *  m«  t ;  « I.   f  he w * t  f OI  he vc  feud  Lose  IT V  suit .id > * I i r* s I *  it!”  Bulfoiti s *. man wilt, rosr posit I en <’ or* in chi'- sfcMon  worb* *•    .    l.    .  ■ v i.i away i«l <'I*i*-f go. |  <( m  s* rn liar «*r*j After . ‘ ti^ w ild ♦ w he’d do  z^0/?rGOQi/s.sf/ofssciarM/vG-  LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS  ‘  Ur * ;e ! *" d  ••oniplcto line of La,I,es* Shin Waists nave just r<een received Trona New York. These waists are well made in the very latest -t.vles, and will be sold at about the price of the material from which they are made. 'I i,e.v ranee in price from 48c to,$5 OO  Special.  One Int of Ladies' Waists that are -worth  mom $1.25 to $2.00. which we are offering this week at  98c  iou <Hanoi ariorii to make then >)U^bt at those prices, a on  w  in ft the asnort ent is broken. •  vhen they can • see them bef<  N ours to Serve.  E. V. KOTSCH & CO  Cash on Delivery of (Jooils.  CHITWOOD, • THE TAltOB FOB UP-TO-DATE  CLOTHING, HEXT TOjPDSTOFFICE.  II  o  It  +  +  PAL L W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  _ Horses hoarded by I'av or Week Satisfaction Cruaranteed.    )* eSf    (> *  Allen Livery Barn  SouthJTownsend Aw.,  #     •><  rv ice.  enib 11* life* of a  !     *r    be v to I he*  ! he n * all hi* '■t nu ti I dine ;«• A (ireless ronlfated in* n* \ fast and besides owning mu* I, »d the im»st val URI de r* a1 cFtntf nf Savannah he*  rcial «i rte  mss  ii. in.  MVC     I was the ;?    « V ;.f *    ft ♦ it mint      haul . * d     1  * * VV *•    f h* * I*      J light sy ti    I  5 * C ♦ ,    for hi*- hiisj      I He war :n , arui vc ic, .j    h *- *■ 't re u . eft t lit    •»*>x at , ;  Hi n at i      I A remar i    Git., J. J;    istane, . in      ; nee!ion wit    h ihe dc ai 1     < f Pttlford      Perry la a *     4 1  4  i J I Lu * I     ,: .!f» re rec,      I his firsi .» ]    J Manna! t    sines*. i pi      through Dr.,    5 »i A, t *■ c ,  : nnuenrc' ,    i f Be* j i     Railroad Mar,'* Fatal l ait  Si. Paul. Minn ;VUv 2d Jct p a t nu : mc« lianic’  ford lo allow Molestvennky iii reach I t.e foruvmi .«  VladivoBlok without an engagement i     Gr ,V*''"'”* ”  ! J: 1 ” "*"'•<*  IV'^nally expect it to tahe plate in | mads.  ( ,iad „,‘n, ,,V‘'.    "  uftures inc h.iiing    , ...  l; ;* na: . .  fuc-d and large v nun.he r ti , :,iims damages fur faille 1  in;iu«,i in sin*.  • bey Invist ilia’ fhoy ’..-st mc>u«> * the lower rat* * \n ai lay cif . min.* was present <*n «•;’ ii, r > ,{>■  rn  NO TROOPS CALLED OUT.  LUU Authorities At ( Iii, »*,» c «*ntiiiiie t.  C ontrol Mirlke MtUMtloi, street C ur  men Mn* liven mr Involved.  Chicago. May 2b. Ma vol    Dunn*  Thursday announced Bull owing to p . ah.*cnre of serious riot im’ the civil a : thcTrities continue hi hold control . the situation. As bing as such col. lions prevail, troop* will not I»,• ,c ,, lur [his- ibilit\ of Ib* a<idiiion * »h'Usands of sue, t ar .Mnph.ves I*' th* ranks of the strikers tic biped Thins day as the resuit ,«f formal pr-venra »i*Mi (»l demands fen in.  :t - ,1 wag. ^ and complaints that tie  Hest rd lid. -I ll r i NI I i «*| • «»e  Kau    Max'J*    TI *    attorney  i ti * state boa re! of rn 1 - t ut» < • tm nils-  • *'i,**rs i • nd*Tci or tpinien Dial th.  -    * !..t* nills,ii, thin over • h*‘ I *ti 11 -  r aj* company in Kansas, rite opinion whe followed by lh* itoard and the  * <    n ; n    int*s    in th*    Daft    will it*  -eg* 1  a**<;    Ii iv    exncMtcnl    that    the Bull  mf;ii company will resist rj it , orders of ?*.♦ ! oard and th*'n Du law*« reating the    ’n ii road Hoard "ill    h*.    «sfe<| >  t* courts    I'oinplaitrf has been fib.   { ‘ #l **  ,k * Claret that the Pullman tate* *,n Kansas arc* unjust and dis r rn native  Mall C IerI, Killed I.. \\ re. I,.  t int chi nsoH. ICan \i. \ n ,, ^ uiss.engei train X<»    .    colin},    I  '.itll .I hunch of freight cars Ii re late '.ut sci.iv a 11. i ii non cl account of u  The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells         0  fit      \    1°      J 'N    ■  OU      I  1   I    \(      t\    v     \  \  Shoes lur Women. The ipsipner's touc h .md the >hoe-maker > touc h, touch youi\ feet and i»ocket^KH)k li^lit^r. They ire especially.strong in modern style-und travel in the !*e-t * society  chapman!  *    tit    ail    J  the npar future though I admit the fail dow; the ** adnniralty knows nothing of Rojest-j den, <    f;.tt«,  vensky'a strategy or plans, the em-1 Paul fron/yt I peror having accorded him complete I erintcn,]*lt , f freedom of ac tion. Possibly if is his j Missouri t; .ft, present purpose to seek Admiral Togo and force a fight but ii is more probable I hat Kojes tv ensky is bound for fcis has* at \ ladivoatok. How ever   T  ct* | v < f hi** resi-♦ it 1 L. i . nie id St. w f * t> > * was s11p-f rn ' ive g* we r «if t ft,  ©ad.  wifrh. (*. D Wolf!, or vans; y 11 c» t car ,jt\ be mail clerk rec, iv*.*! inuit .*  ■om„«nv » ,,«„*       , h ,.. h        inX    *Tb '.  coal. Committment a President Sh, ,     M   of the fan,st.vs    ,    v    ,    ^“*    "  ow for alleged eoni-mpt of court w- sM ,! .    T,"’ “ ln ' 1 ’"’ • u " !  <*'<''ive<l into,mall, asked lief  , .,.1."    vhuli arc pi* bl, fatal fir.  formally asked h*.fme I * ** 1  ♦ • i :i I ii*,;. , | Kohlsaat Thursday The judge, how • \er. decided to hear arguments <■  ! both sides before .''ntenns nnv ,*rd<  D.-rvtl,in KU ,Hi,l to,\it rtl\vavK  >iaiui rtt th ,  M,nIH H,,k,.ry. Ilrt‘!i7l I'^^^Cnnl j,   |, * t< ‘- him '.iMxwito the ,a».fofSco  the rs we re slightly hill I.  IKiA't Want Rorhrfblifr a Money.  Toror,o. Kan.. May 2f. The men*  :..L..L.l. S ..L^NUHR,Pro E   ^*1. Con:* I* or *1 iiv C „i,.t„ r  Nom#.  New York May 2d Arf bur K. Mc--. I I »ntyre. ((innerly the ticaci if a grain can say nothing definite on this point.” brokerage firm in st Lo,,,- who fled In response to a suggestion that |  frt >m th* western city while under sen-  The strike of teamster* employed t v ' J ' ., an  '  V1Hv   I It tuber Icier ...read more 'si,   I w/w, JL h"    '     h ' ,n     '  than had been expected    *•    .    *     n    aM  «i»i»v*n1k to John I  I.In wit* I, Heports Another A Ie tory.  St. Petersburg. May 2fJ Cen L‘u*-| vitch in a deapatch to Kmperor Nicb  fence of ,k np.nths iznpiisoninent for'    .    ______  fraud, wav brought ».* ie < n Jh* steam- I  <>las ,,H,e(l from ,he front     -4 t*  cr Teutonic which ai rived Thursday I  por,s ,,ial ,he ,lu 88*»ns May 22. at-from Liverpool. Mid n tyre was arrested f    '    i    11 a s<«* of Xantcheiidxy an,I  in IX) ll don en April g  I og r w might intentionally allow Roje<y vensky to get t«> Vladivostok contenting himself with torpedo attacks while the Russians are on their way there aiiCj then fry to bottle Rojestvensky ixrndon t n April k    lh,* Japanese on the* heights on th*  up in Vladivostok Admiral Avellan    *~    - ————    ^°ft bank of th** Kao river southwai,  snailed and said:    "The story of Port j     of  Chandaohe. The Japanese aban-  Arthur will not be repealed. Hojest-    (' Ii Brvckenridi.c ,,t Ana,    „    i     do,ied N ’ antt 'hendx.y after the loss cf  vctiM,, is not ti.,- kind of rmfn to a1-    resigned Ji,.- mem bri-'ii-i in ti/    T-    »•'*     !<ev, ' r;l1 s "’ n '  in l ' ill,,|i  «*r wounded add  tow himself to b< locked „„ in a rommiJ'i. n \ I    ’    '    'wore dUtodmd Chm, a villa*,, in ton,  port, ll he bock to Vladivostok lf  1  been ac, eptci k-. tD snh'Lu’''  1  ? H'"  P ° Si "° n SHI " hw< "*' 1 ot  <•«*»*>-  caone.  Kockefcllei to help in the erection , f their chn r eh. which was de.I roved t, th* tornado. Their action was ti * fHiblic- sentiment of th, eoimtv and  1  fields.  HI ii in |i i n  May « „ r »,.  Phi, age. Alay ”6. Att,., t oll , pj nt .  <lNi  ti new hifih rec* rd mark for last vim • rop. con for May delivery broke Sc a ish* I note I hut'sday. l h*’ slump ue lo selfnr bysmall* r lours who w. anxious ((. secure tempting profits ,  < ;rriti', rn»m efforts ch several pron. bint traders to ‘Vomer" tit,- nuirkc  The Ada National Bank.  intuit*r’     JN °  L BARR,WGER ’  v » c * President   FRAM J ° NES     ORVILLE    SSE    AP    Asst C.sh.er  Capital Stock, - - -    *.  k   Undivided Protits. - . .    *,,200.00  BlanksiFurnished and Remittances Made to the Govern-rr.ent on Town Lots.  ■M>A, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TKR.   

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