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Publication: Ada Evening News May 27, 1905

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma EKK I* VO rill KYK x)N TMK I? KA TH KH —We Write- - o rn ado. Fire and Acokie tn insurauee  .....  . HARDIN &. JONES ’ti. < Fmi I Rooms Ov**r Vd.« \,»o»-    f:.,i    .. VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 27. 1905. When Looking' For Ribbon Get our price* before taxying Surprise Store. NUMBER 59 3 DAYS I Grand Shoe ^Special THURSDAY, FRIDAN AM) SATURDAY AT THE :    :    : Auction 5ale MEN\S : : $5.00 AM) $<>.00 MANSS SHOES : : 3 Days Only Choice Pair, -    -    $3.05 Your last opportunity to bus the Alan ss Shoe at this price. Samples now on £ exhibit COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. 2    Auction    sale    2    and    8    o'clock    p.    rn., Saturday. Auctioneer. J. Al. Trone Iv'ArOR WEAVER CONTROLS. F limtlii* In tlir iltilMtl* (pill* (■** tlfht-Ortnnlmtioir’ Urn ii, (onsultHtlon— Mill 'Intl* «if I iii pen*liinnit. I Was Head of French Banking House and Governor of Bank of France. ♦rid vs I ill Ut I in;i<!s < ; tht K lot ii I. for I Ling kong tgined inuit r * ct is JIH Tit ta 11 vv av t ti#1* ll J tht ON KT I la- WAS THE LEADING EUROPEAN FINANCIER t inurn t*il tlir I- rHiivo-l’ru,<tlt*n 'lur I nilmi-nlt? Iii I >7 I Hint Enrrlfl ***i Arllit KrtHllvc in VV It Ii Nrnrly VU I iiropr*n Natl.til, lion,•* Hold, I iiii»lilrr»l»lt fur I., of Ku,,i»ii I.OKU,. I’ai'b, May 27. Baron Alphorn* d* Rothschild. head of the Freueh bran i. id the banking hoine hearing the na int of liothschild aud governor vt h* Hank of France, ilied at i Friday morning from acute bion* hitis a^sra-vated by gout The euiintnt ttnnncier had I>een sinking alo" Iv tor man) days but there "as no apprehension that his death ss as imminent He ft rat took lo Ills bed ’ vs <* sst't‘1 - ago hetf-erai tallies gave promise of his ie revery. I vvo days ago she baton begall to lait rapidly and his condition a satiated a disquieting form A it bong t he kepi up an animated « onxersai .*►'. with members of his family and th* old servants, the patient I mkt* im wen aud last night entered on a comatose state and passed away Friday morn-ing peacefully passel awns. surrounded bv ins family rh*- announcement of the baron's death caused "id*'spr*aw regrci tor besides his position in th# financial world Baron \lplionsi wa-Known tor his lavish charities, en* of the latest tieing the gift of $2.(lee boe for lh** erection of working®#**'* homes. E ( Tht i« nit ut iilndelphia, May 27.- It is the geii-opinion that Mayor Weaver for irtsent controls th*1 situation in fight is itll th*- republican leaders she proposed lease of th** city* cas 'tor* is much speculation as t,; "tnt will tx* th* ii* vt mux* *le-v#n pmi'iits Friday ar* Expected to c< ii.* fro® th** "organization.” lnsur-iimt Commissioner I birt.ani anti hi iii tilt uniits vs♦ r* in conference late: I*' rviaired to the office oi I nit*s; States Senator Penrod* anti "as ir. tut Ion with him for som* time. is still som* talk of impeai h-pioceedings against 'he mayor .'ti I I Iii i *■ is no longer arty denial that this count# has teen s* t is nsly considered I'.' the i* ani rs arni their legal advisers. Those who advise against his st#p arg.!* that ans attempt to u. I leach Mayor Weaver at this tim* would only s* ive u. strength* n his p*>-#>tion with the public. is! now th* attitude of tht me in b# is of flu <ouncil is giving the leaders alii .st as mm h concern as any other feat ii* «*} ih* ir «oiliest with the mayor. B th itie-jt are preparing for next :I mSuv > meeting <*f « nan* lls when n'ess som* i lung intervenes, t ti* mayor " i forward his veto of the new gas iMirks lease ordinance to l»*,rh bran* hep he "organisation" leaders, Mr. Dur-i* ami State Senator Mi Nit hoi, hay# • iir minced    * on ti deafly 'hat thin* "• ! he m> trouiii** v\ hntev * iii ’h* ba-. <v*r rh I in la < r Seventeen of Roiestvensky’s Vessels Reported at the Saddle Islands, Near Shanghai. THE NEWS IS CONFIRMED BY LLOYDS. h- at 8bHeghai-l hrfoo i *Lie », IiitrrrupteU Hut Siajr >ot Have Hern Damaged br Be-lltrraiiti*—W hole Hu,,tan Heel Ur-|K>rt#cl at Wot)*uu( bot Nut Muc h t're«l-rar* la vox an ti** DI* put eh. Shanghai, May 27. There are indications that Hear Admiral Rojestven-akj has divided his fleet. Seventeen vessels of the Baltic fleet anchored al Saddle islands Thursday night I? s •believed that    they    coaJetl    there    and that from that point they "ill proceed north. I un br mr *1 tijr the l.luyil*. London, May 27    \ dcspaiih o Lloyd s (lorn Shanghai amin Friday -date -ays it    is reported    there    an ii generally believed that several R • - ; v. war vessels have arrived off iii* Saddle islands, a group of * small s- I an tis si’ Hated about #*•» mii*-s >iu : east of Shanghai. Th*1 dis} a’. Ii ad -that three vessel*, af th-. Russian \ 1-unteeer fleet,    the    Vladimir Moron* and Yaroslav    and    three    < -mrs    ’he Livonia Me?eor and Citronin are anchored tiff Shanghai. t'hrfoo*MiHii(li;il « utile ( ut. London. May .“7 lh*- Great N< em Telegraph unpanv r ; (.l ithe Chefoo-Shanghai cab!* is liter-rupted. Th*1 int* ii -.pi ion of th*' Uh* foo-Rhant bai > ab * do. - not n* '<**‘>sar 11y meet* that the im* has i** < n taint)* :'* 7 with bv Hill* r of the Im ll’? nor would th** carting of it int comm m b a Hor he? veep (’hefo Shanghai sin-* a German cab!* from Chef OO to Tsingtau and Taingtau direct to Shanghai. I'nilmbly t xxggeritteU. I: ingtf.u. May 27 Th* vvhob siar d< >t is assembled near W< and tip Gorman squadron at Ts lr’ preying foi eventualities.. The report from Tsingtau, the port of the * mess-on at Ixia*, hon, Shantung peninsula, is in a1 probability a magnified v* i mu of Die dispatch of the Associated press from Shanghai Thursday s.aying that ii was creditably rejiorted there that certain Russian vessels had arrived at the mouth of the Yantse river Thursday afternoon. Both Woosung and .Shanghai are situated on branches of th* Yantse river. Five steamers pf the Russian wlunteer fleet. three colliers and one Russian cruiser were the vessels reported to have arrived off the Yangtse river Later th** cruiser put to sea and thr*1#* of the volunteer fl**et vessels wert in Woofiung. It is ipiife probable that th* Uhineie ashore ' xaggerate'1 this report making a statement that th* whole Russian fleet was assembling off Wooaung. No news has been received fi*»m any other point tending to alter the faits cabled to the Associated press Thursday from Shanghai and there is no doubt that if the Russian fleet really had a ambled off Wonsnng such important news would . have he* n flashed from Shanghai which is only II miles south of that place I intl Steamer, Held. Nagasaki. May 27. Three st carpers which wou1 loaded with coal til \1o » THE EQUITABLE TROUBLE. Iitiututlvu Or.*iite I ttt Krcu kl* n Temporal * tty Fo«tpotting tile Vlutn»lii.atIou I’Imidi rf thr NT*" \ i *• May    ii*    int (a<n i»f Franklin I : * rd \ I u ti -* light ?o restrain ti.* din i tors tut '! » F<jiiitable Life Xs.-uraiic* -hk*; 'nu, mutual i/ing th* (< ii pan' **. grarvtetl Friday by lu>ti*e Me* *b x n ?h* -aplcine court in Brooklyn. ti granting th# motion. J us? ii f M, (I.,* x •.    ..fie#    * v * vv jug the tali'- ii; ' I *    ., -* The motion, therefor# - giant#**1, but is limited lo the t in aud effectuation *f sm ti rropoMcd . ii.Hiinil chili ter t* ii iip|>*afs ■ ha* s i* h • i ntem-plated amen* in* cf haa tx1* ii adiipied .0)0    >\*' 'III tx lh*1 Iii HI <1    *1 ll I !'*•<’- i«irs The *n rn lion against 't* mutuuli- /Hiion * ? *h# s«#c:*‘tx is o t,* force only pending the trial of the aition will* h i m* i.x*.Iv< s ?|i* san.f t i * -1 ion in hi- « a* ii ti J ist ii * Muiblox sas-t.til ► *1 -h* (i ntention that th* Fquit al l** - ocklu bbls lover had a chan** to vol- en it.* mutualization plat and I ! he mayor am .1 his fri » :;<!s ar# beconi- ;r(g mvu* i ut. *!# ut * \ ♦ ry .’ay and thai t* ♦ y will he - IP V V SS fill in blo# king is t *irgani/.ai t ion's” I’Ian* arui that , ’.c \«'tv> win si u lid. In ’his they I ‘.J:vt *h*- .u til I re co-#)| rat ion * t « . r 1 - I . * v v ii • \ er> " ar*!. Ex t r;ioi binary • :rc is u* I iiig hr oui: tit to I >ear xvh*r**vei a < mm* iii:; an sb*)w s signs 1 < ■ " * ak < nj nj. In otic instance a * om- | I iftt##. of dei* i-rmiiicd vitirens hunted i iarlj ail nigl it tov a member of Hi* tv as av ming an s Ii* ami w YI* Is 11 r ires- en is nipt and runs t rom Rus-o: ling n&tau rejn t- as <1 no merit tion mar* in *ouit bv n un-. I tor lam-.- ll liyi:* that th* a--ent t a in a jill tty < * Th* -lo* a was suffi»!*iit even t i, > ,‘t* Khobbr- i *, ♦-* i * tv g had l*Jen held * h* meti<* *juot*'<1 fr*• rn koi mer f odic .a1 *1* • is <« *.    * th* T* . ? that th# Fiji, if a I I* w,,-- a Mock, not ti memliet sh ip «*»ipcrati«n and t st poll. y h**!*1* ?s ar* not memlx'r- of th*' company. S. deprix. 'f* owl,* of fttock of ti* right to vet* f» fhe man 'gem*ut of th* company h.siice Maddox loin, might U t'i* -ain*. :i« depriving bim of h.s pn perty The lUSt I A*#' ti 1(1 Ii* * » X pl 4 'N# <Ul . >p Iii.. * ! Us tC the ownership «»f ?ti« <ori|anv'- surplus flirt ti #*t ft,.in !*> -av that whatever right J any th* st#)* kbolder* may have to the sui pius must await th*- ci mpany's Anal distribute n, wbll*3 'he p*,i< vbol*!i rs right is <!* pet dent on his policy and Us continuance and must be O'*« rn.ined * v the t« rn • of the policy. NO PARDON FUH St LL. Ami**. 11 ii** ti. Afl*r I tmruurh Ctori*ldrr ttlon I nnl.l** to Arri**- h! a I 'cur Con tic* lion in Ho- I am**. ( Ii tr- Topeka. 1\. ti.. May 27 Gov. Ii declared Friday that In louhl not t don Wiyie Fill ti* says in p: it:    I have given much thought ami study to this <ase but frankly confess that I have rome out • f it all with no welldefined conviction It is the most mysterious and difficult » ti Idem I ever un. dertook lo si iv* OHkt.- stem I** i‘a\«‘ m i lear conviction of Willie F# ll s innocence. and st ill others of his guilt. but I can reach no < hat convhtion on ♦‘itlier sid*>. I hav< doubts of his guilt but I have i 'so d< iii *s < I ti is inn* - en* e So for th*- pi* Milt I "*ll 1 out* ut my silt' with declining to a* !*■ th# J ardon. IIm«I llr»ii m < ii* ut I rmt lo Omaha, Net)., May 27. Oaf t. H F. Reynolds »hi«f < ngin*'« t ol til* Omaha water works, is dead at his home in Florence. ag*d 81 years ('apt. Reynolds was < hi* f engined of th* steamship Pioneer, "hi* Ii in IMH;, went to j tho r< Ii* f of the .I bn Franklin arctic expedition and • coven d the bodies of Franklin and -ix «iinipanionH. Capt. Hey ot I bls bad visit* I nearly every porf of ;tnt i 11an; (• ::i ti'1 v. virid. MX \v HA RDN \ LUH* INS I: I * I; Kl* ins*' I I t he news ol the baron - dean* caused I deep impression among financiers generally It was said that ins death would probably momenta . influence the extensive interests z which the house    concerned ti;it:    I would not have a lasting effect < ii th# markets Th** deceased who xx a?, burn iii .$2 will i*** succeeded as bead o fthe Fit ria banking house by Karon Lamlai’ ♦ . >t hschild of Brussels, whose bio n*'s> * apa* I tv ba- earned hun a v< i " id** reputat ion Tile burial ol Baron Alphons* w<ll be most simple ai cording to the - . i> * rub of the Roths* bibl family, im id-ing a plain coffin without mourning tributes. The funeral :h*> Jai* « I which has not yet been ii\**d, xviii I* th*' occasion id a notal)!*' tubule of re-pet t. A member id* a Frencli-Amen* an hanking house said “Baron Alpheus* was the leading spirit of th** Hot hr chillis in their relations with practicably all the governments of Europ* Besides the colossal task of financing the Indemnity which France paid to Germany aftet the Franco-German war of 1870-71 he actively carried • n relations with other goveinmentr In Italy these included both the government and the vatican finances. Th# house also has large interests in Spain, largely controls Austria's railroad * velopment aud beld considerable parts of all the old Russian loan issues The house, however, has not exercised a controlling Influence In lh** new R -elan loan. The large industrial interests of ti'.* house in Russia include ? he petri b* im fields of Baku The house has also had considerable dealing- with \meri< an securities through the Belmonts. J. Pierpont .Morgan and John NY. Git * . including Louisville & Nashville ai I the \ thin t ic ('oast 'in* ira usa* >’< ; * an*! also has extensive Interests in mines in California Baron Alphonse was a member « f the Academy of Fine Arts. a member of the French institute, and a commander of th** Legion of Honor. He leaves two children, Baron Edouard and Baroness Beatrix. He has two Surviving brothers. Baron Gustav rrd Baron Edmond. Hunting h* Slier IIT', Murderers. * Ironton, Mo , May 27 Bloodhound* from Charleston ar** aiding a• posse fro na this place in th** chase of VV»lh.    Arthur    Spaugh, brothers, who    1 - used of the murder of Sherif t 1 of this county Thursday evening. Hun,HH Dm Kit Ut, to Kin po ria. Junction City, Kan., May 27. -Th* ^fti'e Pharmaceutical association s 20th annual meeting dosed here Thin <la> Emporia was cliosm for next year's meeting. -'#*.#■< *    <    .im    ii V. ho bv h ; I - <ng *h< rn. Early in the ?>® rn it tee wppeareil at j! I routed him out of I : h« *-ti>o«i barefooted iii kis nil : ’ * tot Wes. read their asolutions to anil «infracted from him a promts* • ang’t I is attitude ;.!*<i * islam 'Ii* mayor'* vet*. In addition th* councilmen ar** *i* i.iged fix I* lier* Mgned by their *onstii ieuts urging them ti* stand Iv th* max or. I- is rlaimed that sin* ii'* *    : burs day fly* mc in hers « f i) * h# i*«t < in.rn ii in*! t,sn* memI * if •,* ti* (<::ini*>* branch have h#*n ?n-d <«♦*( u ,iv* w rh* [ willingness fo chang* 'loir vol* and sustain the mayors* proposed veto Should the mayor # iM**< in winning inn* mer* to hisn'* th* opposition will not hav, the n# * *#>ary »o.. fitths t*> i.ef*^1 th* veto Mnk tie H l imn XHtrp. niraw .May 27. The demolition of 1 s ord# i Iv lions* s Iv lh* J* wish soeial-**-t oi i’m.* ition «.i P l tis* Rural con-1 in «> Friday u: I *-rX• • J throughout h# i* Th# Jews and ^'hristian^ *.( « j* iiie«l fort * s and ar# working ti Mulier to make a <l*..n sw**; Coc-sa* k*• and g miami*s ’*»*>k *<n a-;)Tii..s*d -p-i tgiors and th# poll#1* ar#* TU t tv: ti* v, * n Will *.«t /irglrr'i Mtllioii* Is1 Moiro i i. Mav 27 \Yillijtu, ( v i ju Bran# ' th* ad**tit#'d son of the nu.liorair* William Zi* g ei who .lied * centi) will inherit the e-tnt#- ol $25.-tflp p()( Th# boy who iv now 12 y«ars old tx the son of Mr Ziegler s hall-frvtt.*r, Georgv Brandt H# wnv ft«lopt*<| I>y Mr. /.ogler when thr** vcnre old. A M*(«kH|*' From I hr #»ei*. lev Angeles, May 27. A bottle having *v<ry appearance if having l>ce;i in th*' sea a long time, was flicked ut tit Ocean park Thursday anti was found to contain a not# purporting to Im? from Wilbur A. Harris, a native of Hontiae. Midi., stating ’hat ob May 8. i%2. the wbakr El Ton*, out of Tophlobami **. M< xivi>. was. wrecked off a small island south by southwest of Tahiti I Terrine Wen!her stud Front in Iowa rzfifirmoffs.smssmrmz LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS. A lartfe and complete line of Ladle*' Shirt Waists Lave j it "t tieen received troin New York. Thfise waists are well matte n the very latest styles, and will be sold ?tt about the price of tile material from which they are made. They range in price from 48c to $5 OO vSpec ia I. One lot of Ladies’ Waists that are worth from $1.25 to $2.00, w hich we are offering this week at 98c You cannot afford to make them when bought ;it these price*. ( ome in and see the assortment is broken. they can he them before I Yours to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH & CO. Cash on Delivery of Goods. i CHITWOOD, . THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE C10THIH6, HEXT TO POSTOFFICE. ~v7'- + * PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Hoarded by Hay or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Hest    of    Service. Allen Livery Barn SouthlTowiw nd Ave..    Phone    t>4 51 + ♦ u I The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells Our Shoes for Women. The lesigner’s touch nd t!ie shoemaker *» touch, touch your. feet and pocketbook lighter. They are csi>ecially strong: in movlern styler and travel iii the be*t fsociety. C H A P M A n| MWN Mom* s Model Bakery • • • • .Mav IT.- Frvst '* fiji Ii touched Iowa in half a do/* n ■ . • < t ions Thuriulay night is believed to hi. v* don#* sf-ritois damag#' to the I«arly crops and fruits Des Moines Boone. Albia, Forest City, Iowa Falls I and Waterloo reported frost while at j Esterville the rn* rcurv dropped h# low I he freezing pvdnt. Kv cr.vt bing: good to eat alway* on hand at the Model bakery. Bread. Cake*. l*i#*«. Cookie*. Candier Ktc. See him oi>i>o*ite the misfoffioo S J. A. ISLINOER, Prop. PHONE 124. •••••••••••••••a** f n< iiujiiufnt Mf I mix ton CloMr**. Lawton, Ok.. May 27. Grand Army of the Republic encampment closed with a campfire. The three days rn th* encampment have keen nays of ; pie? sn re and pat riot bim. Th* vet#”'amir nm. Indiana ranked first iii the et»-cumpment G M. I*arks, of Enid, was cl ct od commander. Di«l Not Sigjit tli«» ICH* pn*. Que#nstown. May 27.—Th*' Cuiiftt lin** steBUDff .Ca run la whit ii irriv her** i'ritflry morning from New’ Y<> did not siglu a ny of the yachts whit are racing tor the cup offered Tty Et per or William. I the Ada National Bank. 'CM HOPE. President.    JNO    L.    BARRINGER.    Vice Presided -RANK JONES, (Ashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier Capital Stock, - - -    .......fMhR'HMk Undivided Profit-. - - -    SO,200l<K Blanks'Furntshed and Remittances Made to the Govern meat on Tow n hots. AIM, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. SWwT.    j—tttt Yirtp i ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: May 27, 1905