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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 SKM* YOUK KY H < 'N CHK WK ATH KH  — We Write -----  i'oruado, Fire and Accident Insurance .  %  .  .......  HARDIN & JONES  Of a# Front Rooms Over ,\d.< \«iu*>, al I* s,k  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 29. 1905.  When Lexeme For  Ribbon  (ie: oar price* before buying  Surprise Store.  NUMBER 60  3 DAYS  Ti  Grand Shoe Special  FHI RSDAY. FRIDAY ANI) SATURDAY AT THE : : :  Auction Sale  . MEN’S  : : $5.00 AND $6.00 MANSS SHOES : :  3 Days Only  Choice Pair, -    -    ------ $3.65  Your last opportune to buy the Man ss Shoe at this price. Samples now on rn exhibit  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  Mrs. Lease, the Former Populist New Move in the Philadelphia Gas Orator, Held bp in Her    Lease,Fight by the “Organ-  New York Home.    izaticn    Men.”  ROBBED OF BOOBS VALUED AT SECO    g AS  company WILL REFUSE THE LEASE  I lit* Former H nu sh ii MhiIi 1  No    •  .    I*,    Fistlrt*    Krpublu    »n «* * umii/iiimii llkrljr to  to thr DoniMiiiit or flit* ltnrel» ir * Miso  ....    ,    .....    ..    .    .    u , ,    Alt**    <    i    oui    I    ii    %    ol»t**l Iii Hit* I IiiIhiI# Iptiui  I hrt*.**t« nr«l Her XX uh a Kt iolitr Uh.its    *  They Hwn<iM«'kt‘«l tho limnnf-Thte»«#  Maili- Thotr Ktrapt*.  I  I  <rt/?rMODS.smssci/rrw/v&  LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS.  yow May or Wravor Still M»kiii|( i.hih, tiiionK tho C'oiint-ilmeu—wtiii Need*  *• 11 TMI % oto«.  I  L.  Auction sale 2 and 8 o'clock p. rn.. Saturday. Auctioneer, J. M. Trone  w  j  A GREAT NAVAL BAHLE IS PROGRESSING IN EAST  Spe * : u :o Evening News  kansas City, Mo., May 2 { K (4:46 p. ni.) -Official telegram from Tokio says:    l ogo reports Iv sus  tained bv Russians Saturday ana Sunday were two battleships, one coast defense armor clad, five cruisers. two special ser\ice ships, three destroyers sunk. In addition the Jap* sutured two battleships, two coast defense armor claus, one special service ship and one destroyer. Rear Admiral Nebojcatoff. w ith 3000 other Russians, w ere taken pr'sorters. Roies-vensky seems to have escaped. i he Jans lire Mill pursuing the Russians.  Ne w York, .via\ .‘s. Mrs. Man K It'D    flu*    l**i f 111 * I and tot in?  Populist bader, was the* \i- tim t ai ing j* t i * i \ a h* r hon’* i ! * th a **y    While < p* i ulih* r In Id ai r  volver itll Hie nm U messing (I*  I h lad< Ii hia, May 28 Mayor Weav-and tin It* pill iii an “organ! atloid . ii**is are exerting ail their efforts, it fc rn.* r to gain t i l.tri I o| i u un sib t <! the luff* r to (irevent a snftieient imbtr *t dt fermions t;«'iii the “or  I  against her temple and admonished bu j tanbation" ranks to sustain the may-not in make an oho i v. antithet wet I j  ur * s v , to of the Ras  lease resolution* through her Mal from * nu    W hen Mayor Weaver hi*.k* with th*  gathering ut .a I uh oles cl every seriation ami bristled t*v taking :• * ‘4, ii cml pin \vl rh si.** w i i *-ii ii* j ti »«#  \ i< ll «*t Iva n' t.o'is amount mg ti* Si* which Mrs. l.<,»^* had iusi drawn Iii :* Hi* bank Aliso wa** t«* * ti * i bx -I* si l*ers arui tai iii ii away xvi? ii them whit they made a successful * "tea po. I’M ’* »a1 \ala** > t lh** !*•>* tx !\  c  * vr* d * placed af J VKL Mrs. I.; a*** was leadier *t; '*r f tug room xx hen *-},* li**ard font »• i *  in th** pi*  ti * ti \ est ig; the t hr*-sin man s* i cd tug h* r ag  I ti 11 /. * c iii ;  Ole. Ni I  and I wont keep quit I. your Ha'. hr* ast pin ol 3 guess I xx handed it ox* P rot est, Th bile ss’, xx ii. awa) her si as he took ii  \s n]  • i ga n i/at ic ii' eve i iii* Ii ais* of th* ity gab works. it xvas not anticipated by a x of thost concerned in th* fight that it would extend beyond the conines < f th*' city Developments in the pi st few days however indicate that ti** entire -ta?* organization is likely to become involved.  Sin«-q Thursday leaders from various < Ti er counties hax»* been coming here se* k rig* Ivif< ituation. ami it is rsforted ’hid a call has been secretly issued  f, « ii. headquarters for a conference at all’Ii City. N. I It is rumor*d that state and City  A aigre and complete line of Ladies’ Shirt Waists have just been received from New York. These waists are well made in the very latest styles, and will be sold at about the price of the material from which they are made. T.py ranee in price from 48c to $5 OO  Special.  One lot of Ladies' Waists that are worth from $1.25 to $2.60, w hich we are offering this week at  98c  • 'inc  am  W   :  nrday  g US It  (ding  limn.  -tm sn  omit, .ani/ or th  i lpm  in  Mi ti  idem ha i nf* rem assured I select lf bl (iv  un  I* <  f the  iou (annot n o; I t*» make them when they can be I nought at the^-e prices Come in and *ee th^rn before the assortment is broken  * eft  ti *  lift  har the I any h;iH ranee th t ion r f I  I |M 111- I  ruled I ♦ .  it  I  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO  Cash on (^livery of Goods.  i  x  funny  1  ’alai * ad. Mrs n and The bv hills, ai hall, xx ■vol *t*r  'll* *1 W M  TI  Oilton,  May  *11  2d.—The  jti.n eriean coun*»ui ut Nagasaki I csn >le-I lr e state department til ut the J cpanese have sunk a Rif- | stan battleship, four other war-) ships and a repair ship in the I Strait- of Korea.  The following i* the text of the Najya-aki dispatch to the state department:  ”Na^a-aai. May 2s.~ The .Jap* aoe-e have -unk the Russian bat* 1  fcleahip Borodino and four more Russian ships and a repair shipT  The other read as follows.  “Tokio. May 2v— 1 The Japanese fleet engaged the Baltic squadron this afternoon in the Strait- of T-u Shima. The cannon finding is heard from the sh 1  ire.  T-ingtau. May 29 — There is a running naval engagement between the Russian and Japane-e fleets in the Straits of Korea, near the Island of Oki.  ll is reported that the. whole Rm • mad fleet is not participating, all the slower vessels having steamed around Japan.  The .Japanese lo-es so far are stated to be one crui-er and ten torpedo ^oat-.  The island is situated in tile Sea of Japan about 200 miles northeast of the Straits of Korea, where the battle between the Jai ace^e and Russian fleets is reported to have had its beginning.  The Misses Carney’s who have been vi-itin^ their brother C. lh Carney and family left this morning tor their home at Seymour, Texas.  TO AMUSE CHICAGOANS.  With Til*  I i.ck «». her to her lied r shopping he. rook th** roll her I tack ’ (i ber xx itll hi I obiter had 1 » ther things in Ho* flu'  When th* tint iia*! been plumb rh* lr - at i- Ta. (inn ' h.* nu n rush!  < f th * I>11iI Ii111* and disappeared th** *rr*v-*r? ann nm >? -ichr befm# n earning Wa- mi \l*<. |>*n-* cav In* | ach lie a good <!*'*- * ip' i m «»t th* c liker- hut till M **\.v    not    * *>t  be* *> found.  no *:*jt * is* f 111 « I * f XA I * Ti  I* N I  I« « ll*  Ifssrs. and Presi-  I • nx ♦ ..r!x TI v -..ft  XX T  atli rd ay.  • * n Pre ai dent I>« i.*n * * ut A ’*??*' To Pr*s»d*nt Kilt-lex of th* j lei I < ot n» si ;*nd l’r*-id*nt M' CiTi!y of th* coir mon **-.,11411 ,n which h ^aiil that  1  he* f’nitcii Gas improvement cen jmav xx*.* J*} xvithdraxx its hid. Mi I  Dolan *‘iid Th ti atin< r iii xxhh a I the    xx ho! * s    it. ei f I, I- I    *.    m ti ♦ ated in    rp=  due*s th**    I    nit»d Gao    Improvement    ii  ■ eft I t x !*♦,»• \« that th** * * mmmii- q tv is * i |K'-< *1 ie anv * vt* nj'*on -th* .it has* in .ny t* rms. This h inn*    »o th*    1 * 're pat \ i--    mw 1 ll i ti gr  the    din * tm ♦ xvi,    :< h has be*           CH    ITWOI    fin ■  THE  NMR NR UP-TO-DATE UU, GIRTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.     I I.** VV lot#' I'liy’* Fur lu a11 j ('freed to th#  • ob’.ii—(Are*ut Cr*. *f*| u>  A t t# i.-Inii • r.  Chicago. May 28 TIu Whitt thtx flu* ti lily Island' *1 th* We st, xvao h meal Iv opened ^.u ut day to vowds (1 poi p;* that filled (hi *iio!* for block* iii eve tv direction I un. th* intranc* lh** White ('itv in app*aran e is not ■tuhkf th* worlds fab .,t ( hkagt in so Kir Au-' the archiPetur* ..Tnt color of n h> iidinra are conte rued. It is a pleasure reeoit <*011:tuning thf attra* five f»aturen that w* r* ion en thi Mid-and en th* I 1 h < at St L( -lis Ixk ai ted on way during the world'** fair at (,'hieago tin St .ith Till* AitiOut a mil* xvest of lh* old uor.o s fail mo .np-y tilt Whit* ( My octuples chout 20 a* ms,  r ‘* buildings, all painted white into of p* nu.ut ut copstruct ion. The buildings cost something over JI 0d*‘,0(»0 and will be Ain attraction every summer. Th* general design of th* structures and the landslip* featurts win intend* <1 to M xixf in tin minds - I tilt citizens ( f ( hi*, ago and th* visit! rs to the worlds t. ,r the Columbian exposition     SHOCKING DISCOVERY.    I Ai * - ♦ • j I • f  wPa.t* \« ; w    *> * ut* r i?it*» any *'oiitra* Mb ?ii* • tv looking to ar      l\««i Snit* <>r I' ii 1* I ti *, XX 11 III ll ll Flail 111**. * ‘  tXinlT lit I l»4»it* Xtutli.r ut*    '•A. * t ’ i ’I * * At* *    * I * terms i f I lie 1 re*rn      Ketnrnluc llmnr.    "TI ♦' I *T i    •«! <,.t- Iruprov nu ut mm      Pueblo, Max 38. Returning to ti.* 1 *    I liny *p* r*!    ' * i -cgs re- f ** rtf**, J Iv to ai <1      horn* 4  on .-outii s,ui!.i ?'*’ avenue SAttei    \ i«*’ i ('HIK *1    that, f* : Hu reason state*      day morning At hour 0 o’clock th* tw*    above sh >■    ii i ?h* (Tending ordinam      son? of Mrs Gul?eppi Carm* cit I f« in*    bo nnie a :.  I. . - ii *•    J xx it xxiii not »♦ accept#     *  •f  if  ll  |L—CS  PAUL XV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by I'fey or Week.  S Ait is filet i <>» fLmranteed.    Best of Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave.,  pf  ♦  +  The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells  !*r duad body lying across the I* 1 * . in an entirely nude condition. V hasty examination exhaled moi* that I a* dozen knife wound* about tho breast* ■ any of xx hi* h would have proven fat; 1  Further inx^s&iseou. n by the police re • suited in the finding of a freshly dug >.iave in the cellar under the he*):** the tools xvii p. which  : t had he* n dug beside it. \ search is bewig made tor the worn at ’n husband who has apparent’> disappeared. The woman had been -v id for several I * or-' xvlmn dsleovercd.  ROCKHILL Al CHEFOU.  A mer I hi* Mtnmtrr ti* ( hit >* vhv* M.Tintt #>t» A lu.-r H MH (iooil. WM** ( Mrrlcil lf M !••> ik!*t. I h iii! i < (.  large ('itv vx  cf IS93. While not a world- fair. I hi Whit* comodate t’r< rn 25,000 ti- 40 daMy, A rui xviii he oj ( n to th( ev* ry (I«■:y Aitul af night im In ;*n dave  tin  Air-  •pl** t bile  bin  rj- I* or Frt#*. lias.  Kilt 'Kau. May 28 fifty nun wit it teams have commoned we 1K (on it met lug ai r< fin*! v lot the Great \\**.-t-(rn l\*tir«*\ company mr* Most <f the eorstruction material is on the ground. The 1,000 bai Hi refinery of th* K;ins}if Indi pend* ut roinjni v in pioccsj* of construction is on Ain ndjoln\ inc site.  Kine Ow* ur 1*< I 1  inn.  t'hi i.sliuTiift, M;vy 28. King Oscar, at Sui ut day’s sitting of the council of iii i n 1st (is, declined to sign the tux* rt quiring a separate consular system for Norway. The ministers immediately tendcn d their resignal ions but the king refused t > accept tliu’ii.  llrtliery ( ii we** Si*( for .I .im* I'.’.  Jefferson City. Mo May 28#- The bribery (asea ol Senators Parris* and Smith have been set for hearing to June 2G.  THE HAMBURG LEADS.  N#*W* of KiMinc V MC lit* droll clit l,y St, MKI.  «*^-*i. FmqI \v re tinif War  \ ( rosy,  New York. Max 2s The Geruiat yacht Hamburg vv;i- h ading the \ilsa by 13 miles with the Atlantic, Fletii de Lvs and tin* En dish lipper -hij ^ a1 bal la strung in that order fat astern when these >;»< In- were sighted un Alay 2.», and 24. by the st* Aimer St Paul. I he End x rn ion also x\;i- sight* d l*y tin* St. Paul. on a course well to th* not t h of t hid taken bx jlft 1  i lam bing and the AHsa The dispatch came t< the Associated press bv xljirconi xvir*'* less from the St. Paul Saturday.  ('ut III Kmikim* OII Frie<>«.  Chanute, Kan., May 28.- It xvas an uounced bere Saturday that prices pale by the Prairie Oil company for a1! glades of Kansas-Territory Oil wen reduced four cents a barrel. Th* Prairie is taking about 1,206 barrel? dally from the Chanute field. Im ing about one fifth of th© poreibb* production.  Chefno. May 28- W. W. lbs, Ii si! who na* ^ure^ideil Mr. ('onger ais American nomism .• t p#kin. .*?:i\*d Tin* Sa* :: *; a* x on board iii* cruisi r Fait tim re, en route to Taku. He  J  :»< cmpaiii* d. by hi^ tamtIv. Minis!* 1 Hod* hill -tAit**! that he xx.is  ; rfortn* d i <1? a conf* rf n* ( with Chines** at Shan;  J bal if)*.? it developed ihat th** -:*•* «'. j given wide eireulatUn bx the oriental  Ait the Chiru s* boycott on ntnll4t*Ofl tot u legislation  COM ALS to fbi * ff* . ? ere < ut* e 7'kl?  4 t'.r ut* rn ap l i * :!* as ntempl iud Ain* t  )ur Siioes for Women. The lesigner’s touch and 1 e sboe-maker - touch, touch your feet Aind iHK’kt'tJu)ok lighter. They Aire N|*eciall.v strong in moxierr. styie-• nd travel in tho !>e-t f.society.  CHAPM AN  -aingt Chinese immigiaiion. xx«co th*  • -ult <t a mlthiinderstanding Th* kin*.-* had appar* ntly believed th.it  • 'll bv I vt Ion xx as ♦ I , t to 1. It nile ted    '    •    --- I    ©  l)i*pli*li*ril »»tilt I'reiult* Millen.  Topeka. Kan.. Max 2.V A uni-] saint, whii h is # \pc**t*d to dexelop ufo one of tile most importAint freight rtife cones ever tried in Kansas, has * * en filed before the -tnt# railroad commission by ai wholesale hardware ct mpany of Wichita. It is dire* ted at the Kant.u Pe. Reek Island and Missouri Pacific railroads and charge© of unfair and (list liminal inc istt»s on certain classes if hardware fron Atchison to Wuhita toe mad©.  s Model Bakery....  >x *'r \ t Ii I ii *2 ^rood to oat a I w fry 8 Oil hand at tile Model Ibikcry. Bread. Cakes. Bien. Cookie^ t and ic-, rite. Sec him opposite the po-toftiee.  • J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. phone h*.  •i»###ii«#«#«#####«### MNMMMM p MMMMHHHMn   l , r#*H4*n(4*.| VV Uh i« Loving Cup.  Stockholm, Sweden, May 2S.—Tilt American consular corps Saturday presented the retiring minister, Wk W. rho rn aa, Jr., with a handsome siivoi loving cup ais ai mark of esteem.  tm  WWW  Un it Ho* VV h«*ji< ( r«>|».  Topeka. Kan . May 28 - James P. Koontv, general freight agent (f the Santa Fe railroad, estimates the probable wb*at production of Kansas this year at 82,650,350 iut-hcls. He h made bis own deductions ftotn flgui furnished bim by .-tjitinn agentSiCo? tv clerks and others. Ile says b’s cc respondents were autioned to be co. tentative in their figures.  file Ada National Bank.  TCVI HOPE. President.    JhO^L.    BARRINGER,    Vice Presider!  FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAO. Assi Cashier  Capital Stock, * - -    .......  Undivided Profits. - - -    .    .    20,200.0(  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER.   

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