Ada Evening News, June 2, 1905

Ada Evening News

June 02, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma K * *    > \ ! HK IN KA ' I M I We Write on axio, Piiv Him A vicior iu*ur<vuee . .    ...... HARDIN & JONES . ’* ■♦* I- rot t Hi*' it* a >t>* Ada N*. .* r,,i VOLUME 2 SUCCESS^- Is the term we use to describe our ten da\s* sale which closed with a tcood business Mon* day, Max 2V. Considering the weather we have been having and this season of the sear 9 we consider our sale just held a success from I manx standpoints. In the first place we sold lots of (roods, really more than we expected to sell. * ut the two real objects we had in \ iew were to rid ourselves of as manx seasonable goods as possible while it was \et time ann the most important of all, to meet and become 9 acquainted both in a social and bi airless wax, with more people in town and int ie country. W e feel quite a satisfaction in sax rig that we have through our sale and the courtesx of Miss Currie and Messrs Tax lor and Wilson, who haxe been with us, met and sold goods to manx good people who were never before in our store. We wish to sax that we thank 9 both our already customers and new ones very much, and kindly ask a continuation of your business, promising at all times to serve \ciu in the very best possible manner in qualitv of goods, prices and treatment. w COX-GREER Goods Company. THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 2. 1905. II Home Made Fre^h CANDIES A full and complete line Barker & Webb. NUMBER 64 President of Teamster’s Union Makes Grave Charges Against Chicago Business Men. Commander cf Russian Battleship Squadron Lost His Life in First Day’s Battle. OFFERED $10,000 TO CILL STRIKE OFF IHE ZUMMO REACHES VLADIVOSTOK I n I r ruit 11o ti it t    of    I r hup I cr* %!•«» II.- « lt*r«ti that th,- f.UMMIO raid Oiit it ‘■‘triko H«ur ti ta Hid Nut « wtiw Oat •' t lio I rr»- un of It Im Or ga til rut loo '-Irtlt* t• tot, tint tif ttiiatnooa AnlagatUni. Chicago. June 2. The ; ut ♦ t * 1 in The canisters strike Thins.bt *i lered hi th*1 brand jury investlea* Rn. President Shea has stated tbat Lf xv.s < It t*r**d JlO.OiM* i\V' v» a»s    ii    ort!* . vt I' kl* ol leanisteis employed bx on business bons < in udcr that a 'iv a might be benefitted All*ut Younr ttit former president i I Hie teams?**! sai l he was going to tell un "ram; v»r\ lo* J lo.JOO vt.-iv aud v i \ ♦ t Vt i of I host* pres em when Hie offer was inade. President Shea intimated ’ it «oaf dealet V i,t, I ai i ! t Ut- si i N't tv ants!, rs \v hei an aftenip? a-tuade some time ago to indue* lh* t ouner.s i>f skvscri*narc* to t** i«*v ,j» of real ftir fuel He also assorted that Hie Sl-O.OOQ laid tor strike benefits lid cot loin* from the teamsters organization. H was Mated bx Breaden! Sh*a ihnw the strike would end it the employe’• t,fher ihap. the xpress cotnpai * * would tak* lark then nun without .►•quiring them to rolled packets f. -he * \ presa i < un pa n *■« Russia is Ne w Facing the Most Ser -C’js Crisis in Her His terr THE LiBEBAL PRESS ^0 LONGER (SKS ?t ,j * * I Na ;* .t,i im i f u a t a tv the rn mr . i, .. it-..' ti i I *, t ee IK ox ic i jig it j ; bt ( im . .it t ! *i na- ? Iona I ass* ii, IU x\ i J tr • i f • v lieut (xc **L©** M Mfl ii *« ii., -ilia, rtitt III By ]),• of bt * on.mitti t i n if s ‘ter* V' K X it V « :*r'tiK t * h t I. IX «* Nit xx } T * se cb v ail * I'11 (iii ’i hax > . Mimed th, fn pl, '** : t « I XX ii lug. ‘bn * .clr ! • hi; < t br ..d.< . ’* v ,.f st— s athU.e Cli t. nu:, t > • »*tl»-r fits t HIK h, br ne* ' * ( * ot itt ion I'kpen. I ii f; **i • t I # uh - ♦ * t *! * \ * .,i pa J e«l ———- .'IS ll. * ti • It t , *■ a vt TIC th** b I Fete rsi.. ’ ” ’ ii.’ 2. 'IT t :mn * • v pop..! ar etc i ti 1 X * * ,b I *. ’ti.* I« ate ' eat ii a: * t - ... {l, - ,a f, rKiS ’ rr ai- , k ♦ ,1 -.. i i X iv , X I t rial *} s * ms r» j . ; i;;,; xx ti I .I an v«t\* I I IS • it- ti. Ila . , J I I I I. ( | lo- o* povr-rnm* j t tri m hi* wrath *>! '!* . .ai;( . -: . v • * . I br ?t i I < ‘ f * t bis pc pu la*, e. iii • ,i - vow kt own p* ’ - to :.t t * * # . .va * V r » in • to tile .bullit .tv? • * pit u h*- • ar tai bf 'ti «• ' SI a xiii it ' ». ll# . a. Ii H ii v ll J. v I • - ^ <• S • ,, , j. . I* CIS . l l. re v ' Kit br * i \ i ' * }■ * I ’*■ . I b ► tr -t-v t i * be people • ^ I Vh, xx Lr . I flit lr* 11 I V « 1 *• » veep! arr* cert air ’« ha * sr rn nous t Itta U ; SgkLarch it JU .. t Nat “ft t hr* arc b . *. ”, n: Ii is bt ar*} of M; Im . . V . nil that th* rr-vt* • n .1 • .tv . , v, mf’Mf v i again S ..'Mil, , J i bg ll’! I. * th* me I tam. . . r ,iiixntate of 'hi *t * , v ,. ' J ’ ll* * It , r ‘ - • . gov ern meet '*■ >< < >n.fit 'ire bx *'«iting; • ’ M r*t ] • I , * ii * .i \ xx, : ’N ,i ‘ n onstirO . xxa.v , t strikes X 'silo l r si . x :.'v i na ■ • a r"‘ ' na x measure more it* rte * a. • * * . * t aru rerun* r Pax, *ru »**d*u'e*l > 'lf fir r i.:c • • ; • ' * g’( • , % • • r. I “otn . ar , .-...t; ca.si * bus?., k j ct a# e ARE STILL PRISONERS. Worker* I tublt .«    K*-%«    ii*- I „u xiri, |. l»riKon«*d *>v t mv, ut in Ounnitdt I ti ti«I. Mon rev,    , ,    Iuii* I pi t    gr» s Toward th*    :*• >    u« ,    t l-'red t«r*>ss    ami Benjamin la, ti who ha\e I * *n iii unsoiled tor ox lh hours iud* t It* aw ’millers ann * -Hi* • NI iUl the Hi n-irson rec'ant!,it :on ”:t nel and are sit!) alive has hem retarded i-> citvii.c n « f it!,* soft    a;■<    unit    around th*    t* ’ u ’ ’ re they    se    ami    it feared    r h* v • annot be r* move,} ;roni heir tx, r; ,ot> posit on for am her day. Noun butein was given Thursday morning bx t> nit , itiformed t h, • '* r * t v now ti v i. • mm ,[}.,    ]ihil., was nu ' * ased in \ I - ,r v,j., v \ ,    1( f i. \ t*r • * nf< n < n * i, * Peters I • i der th a* th* _ w (orner aru: to strike. ♦ • j it Threaten.' rover nm «nt • < <i ? it does rn** g.v, a tin the latter w? grace," * he > « \, t< t fee if pi# u n \x he havf < ♦ r • *•    ’    em    f    rough!    to ‘.* L»l *: tis aire uon -ll**    !.I    v ,,T av    ^jj    J , sv,    u I r.t a    - bas • • n.**    •    > * • ,,    , e.w .0    longer asks,    i    )on    ., SL.'V*    menaces th* t . •ar h, ?- * til :. an * ii wa .rh ’I I ; r « X I, j 1 I Bt nnsj }x *ir I4    from St Loii I    *t 'vat* .    't. A, ’ I , mI    it ,    UFS-    to    ,    , ■    (,*    ‘.'rn    gt..:* ti.    , hat if I iud    Eng. in#    r J.,    .rn    in.I ,m *    r t -    •« :    mul , j ......., R i-aas dis- I wm Uiri,.lt „    n, He x>,ii^* ti ♦ st aj in ut w»« t * i ua ii * ared. alphonsos narrow escape X 11 em pf    X,,,,,,|,u|, lfl,. Kins. *»f    I,,    il|#.    | 1*1 tun ti ,,    u,,,hi, Baria,    .inn*    .*    \-    Kmu xii, ns,»    wk lri\ing    u uh    Pms deni Im si,* t fr.    »i •-.! .I *e|    ■ J, , I ,    .    (I,, I ,    ' I I i I Ip. house a mi* nu lr m .ut* ;*>j u 1    -'    • • i *    Ii. Spa ti I s I I    . » I X bomb    xx as    ii ie,    ai * |„    ; i*--    . -*n an ar* hist and exploded f. •(> drat' * effeef near h* \.«| earriage Xs I bx a tmra* Ie both the king at '1 ! ’ ♦•>ldent ’ N, ap*-d uriti int ♦ I I • * fr. aments < t »Ii, missile dangerous' * *11 n * * I five fi, mons *. 11 led i r rn ai me*! .* number ut ravnlrv hors*'s formin'. I th* esvot ’ and ' n««< e,i    ;1 ehild*- C r, »,r I.*, m |ie*l I rum - * m pit nr*. Vrnr <0|«t -IMH,I*. Haring •>tinri»v« ItMttlr ( oo- • tii.g Kvpfirt* !*« t:,»i<!11 n; Itfijrvtveto ‘•'t - ton,I III (in seven ThouvMnd Tiuv-* mo Wen I iatt emu*ted for. • .him . Ii* ai A tun.raj Voel-'* ‘mini. xxi., was - ornmauder »»f the t * ** It v *j j j    M    a,'-*-,    on th* Russian xx;,-    I    VX as    nnounced kill** ti* Ti:st e!hx ,1 the iatrl* May 27 iii ‘in * i*ing    t*    wer of    his dagship th* 11- : < s h 11    Os’.aby a I, one *»! ti* vessels * I** tv ti* .iapanes* Real Adoral t<* kersam xxim appointed ,, inniand* : ct r f.v tattie-bii squadr* n « I the Rus • an 'eel hi July last and i*ft Oron-‘'a* * Aug ,-t 2f. Witt, the other vesccxlr ■ • n ii-artied by Admiral liojfftvfnKkx 1 wi»- X’oei kersam s squadron ace ort ’ ’n.), it, report which fired on the Brit-st trawlers in the North <-ea. line (tai- n >. thrill f*t lapanese torpedo tn . •* lh# lanuarud Saf*. “ i eteisburg .lune 2 The KueMan < svi Irumrud h«v arrived at Vladi 1 voetol According f<- the latest .lap i nr-, reports about th* Ir.umnid ‘-b* , *r of th,    f, nr    vessels sin n ->• »* t ’ th* la* ii , v, May I’k near iknciuirt turks, northeast **f Oki fs-«i mid Ti* *! while thv oHu r to lr ves-•* s * Tat Mr-J i s Nit olaI I and Orel ■’ H r >, o;;vr f, pv, -hii'v Admiral b*t x.i am! (blur;-) A.fnai I Aprax--    rrendered tiuJvNlvmuvtif'» « ••oditu ii. ' *'L. -ak. .I ;X opt■ rf . ♦ a I.*"*-1 ‘ * ►    *    hr *    ft* * t    ■ ti.! Lit,    nope is * ♦ '* r ta    led cl    th,    re* * v# n t    Xdiniral ■ I « estxct.skv wilt v » , x 'n a hor-pua! Sa.— u I- Injured Itrr* witv » *    *    ie!    lh*    -♦ • *o;.-    'A OO a, J    Of ::    Revest    x * ?;    U    *    -    as tii-iei tx    .«    Tai    . rn sr*    !ia?ties! sp    is I r. *    v.    , *; fbi* ti    :* hr .Kl r.nd    a Hi; ‘ I * **•    * *    » I * It*    s k • i    in* na a:    I * of bs ’’ *< ’ na .: ai• u s is |»< •» iii* ‘xx t* * « • f’i •    ' fr rn pr-rat i,    . if pi Is, .* f n*    n ...    j.T    «’ ’»    pi    * n j ; - hlJ I    - * •    tU    t a v i    f hr !    ** , iuds blit t bf' X .. » lit ( s. ; l4 ,4(, c rlniMiiini KfH*"*Mn A •;*-•«. 1 * * ll ar J R* ' a ' e* J -iiiafOs f < * Hic *. sv .1J    ,    a,,    v    J, •    t .11 f lf I T* ig b I J ti* v» y, of Lipid; c wills I re »*f I r. ;x I Mm, , , ,s ,,, v . y tn ,4 ' 1 ‘    -    ' CHK ! *    -    f. . e«    ti a' ‘hr t * *    *    *tx i * * ish. it    al* mating the ( 1    "I , i t , f    j *.    ink, n    and t ap til,,,)    v tups a?    i i > xx anis t I " * *    < ■ r ,C *    7 I no OCT '* ll air UH* * ■ I * * • Iii'.    * v O I'*’*' ’ *    t    . t    11 *    v' i    j v xx i    i, h es aper.' re-    r <    v,    n r    f    • ,    * ».    ‘ * i . f he s«    :    it..dr    vg|pc Mar v ^2/?rG0O0S.s//ofssewrw& LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. A ar^re and rom plot? ine of L.tdies' >\i:n Waists Ii ave ju^t been received ‘rom New York. These .vHiSt^ are well ii ade in the \ , ry Iate^f styles, and will be said it about t’je price of the material from which they are mane. ' ey nu:ire in y' -e fro ii: 48C to S5 OO 5pee ial. One lot of Ladies’ Waists that arc worth from $1.25 to $2.00. w hich we are offering this week at 98c ou cannot afford to aakt? them when they «*an be bought at these pricer. Cohqa ;n Rrr^ them before the* n^n-tM.'ent is broken. I ^burs to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH & CO. Cash on Helix er\ of Goods. ■"•ate ...... CHIT! iffinn THt IIIL0R ™ UP-TO-DATE • UUU, CL0THIH6, NEXT TO. POSTOFFICE. ,, -—--- r - . f * t 1 i * I . X ♦ i*- ai ms .I «, Ii ’ I I * . LMT • 1 . s L * * f I hr Hr g* th, s. , , ,    ,|    ,    j,,    ^ a.*;.- t Qtinnicu • h* • pfctrc of an* : • < V.csat k xvii** ■ r iv rn it J ii* ♦ i * ut J* mr ii rni iiu * I f m. PL I* J b' Lls up t h i ! Jgsw iif'. Ll famous ' v Jct; • h,- insur- rc-crlon agairs! th I . prf-ss *'at n* rnif* file Xh - j a 1} dynoum * -    \    hr wt.ich it saw i\,, a Le • i air tv ,i ( 'ti o holde rs XV* * iTu ti.ems*I'.*--* : ’’Every wh^r** were bu*-: SC HS Th* Jai. ■ ; army and naval <* ti* ga.'ie'. oblivuH t it tide- of th* i . bin ' n ( r. seathing-iff ;* a :a< \ id om Kl : i [I* i * I } i* a* ** Mi mn < >f I hr* av .’..abt amus-i ' I 'nom rung. NTasha Sbisn sax s, pleasure re-• - were Lu ii, Even 1 ; - t iK»k pare I n t h*‘ Ut* frowning at-c'an Russia's de- ' * r I I. I-,,- XX H- 1,| | 'iii'! :    I    Ti    ** 5 I S ti* l l , h* -cho* tier I i Lf I, b* T '    •; * flu Bm, * re sr W. Lin. bed L :u b. at *2 *14 u rn vlr-plirns t ,,l|r*r iLritdtiMlion. ’ .    v*1    ‘    j « olutnbia. Mc    lune    :    I he    . <>i. -I*    :,i“lLill*’||(f||l*.n!    *    \* I i    I Sr'S ,,f tftrphfl.v KeiuaK* . olegr*    xx.    ,,,    | .    .u„|    ,,, iUn, i of the • olb ce    i !>*    ad-    i * > v    xvas    by I * Shalier Mat flux-, s lux nit- dean - J ’.n* idiviiiity si he Mi I. ' It; i varsity «.f Chitag* iud t Ii,* degre* s x*r,‘ « *inf* rrcnl bx i XX. Stephens, president *! the i lia d f i; isi* i"v t«. lit' LINH Oi T* ATTLE Of BTI "JU AN FLEET AS IWOICATFt) BY TABU IIISPATCHFS feat surprise m• ■,;•* when such men Keep the ri'K.-i- n ignorance and thrust the trip patriots of the country intc <*dis arui nd* tground dungeons?*' Even the Novcie \'r* my a Thursday morning warn- th* government that it egnnot trnqiri/* an ait the coward but must loin# out openly I rn in ciliately onvene    the    pefxpl* and    let    them cl* : ide the Int ii re he* rd".    ■ ;»    • *nibei.v of    th*-    bilxir cc rnraissif.•    :*a*i* bv Finance Minis- t* r risk* v off xx j * * •! * .*xx- :n a, be dy at Thursday f fjing n Hie plea thut owing to the national * d. ritity the) were unable to a]inly !iss current affairs ..in. co?.,-    * i< d Hu ?ii** ala ming situation i* <|itlt* . ‘heir pi* et-- e in their r*>p< iii vc* pro vim cs. AI. Koko vsoff    ii* (lined to    po    ‘pone the Work of th*- «? in miss I on aying that tile interests of til*- working classes would thereby be prejudiced and vainly appealed to til* industrial mem-ber.s to reconsidered their decision. Finally M. Kokovsoff decided that the government members of the commis- I'ttvtfril Xr«,rU l»rlf! Xahorf N. g!    2    Pol    x vi.|, g js- si i. x ,i j 11-«it), i v I ,i vr * * * i land* *: n ♦* *iau...gtu R’jv- an ’.v^^;< bavt dlft*.    ft ’hr *.-f f ‘br pn»vmu if Nugato ICr    »trr    XX a- I in    *r xxi*shing?oM    i m    . im stat. »;*- per' in* rn ha.- "*'ui! H* following • si r.,’11 ti* I    I*    kl,    Ii ,s vja*^,j *T*    it    a’. I*    im.i iv iba?    in addn    »*n    *. ?t.« main    f-gi    mg*    I • -r *    nu d of!. “lid c .,>.*■ I; - m . * ■. - * r- ir<i - uh it, ary ,u.(v u<t. d* trt’x.d ti tt'-,* th* wh* lr R - - uil    ti*'*    f wk v ;iracti« all'- ann lh ii .at# *.    Bit*    Kus -• »n ruisc s A sri r.t and ' ma. pi*»!at H s ink X11 * • • i n »' -ail*, ; < i the f; a * t ha * H *’ Tai v“    *<    i ;*- «}(> j, ;at i* xx * 11 b i b x    -    -    • v 1 u | a nd t . I ft t. a . I it} f • Ii* lari ■ Rn .an ' •    ' ♦    XX    »J,    •    , -    .    :    , J    * »    .    . Bur. cg th* ’ : o:;) < vv ,»f * p., bat: I. I Wfts ii' Mi    '    ’ .* bl* ll* -vt    • ,    g    XX preyer *cd    a    ut    ' i« h*    * '    .    ,    j    ,    * K». «». < t, lidtl Cnrrltrvstr.kr KaJ.siis    <    ’ x .    '-Ii' ,    .    i’m    Ex    • \ uion !,<    it .* r    in    Ivans *    Iv.    Mi -aid U m;,il*r i Iou to I * •••* xx. rn on '    * *    ?    ay    it    i    nil    r    ■ J, ma nd v '    . ’    lu    : Ck tic in    w.-gr    -    tun <    , ,    i    v • • >‘€l.    s    all    heil!    \**a H    x    ai!    of I «    -' kr * - a*•,    »■* g>; *    be    x’nl *- I «-•*■ i at t ii ;    I-    . ii ti; g.I i j,    n; * aHops rt%tr ,.r ItrltUh    I rm I n, , rlwin. Nag, saki    Bane    ?    Th* fat*    , ;    th* remainder c f the * r**xx , i t bi* British i -t* a mo* ; ■.ain- ia - at    ? *    . , * +1 + I—o Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded gv I*ay or Week iatisijcticn Guaranteed.    ‘    Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn 'ontil lown-end Av i hone 64. K- is. The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Setls Ii£2 ■ r Shoes ho Women. Thy iesitfner’s toueh md the sh,* it bker'^ touch, tour Ii x’our f ,r •Hi ; p*)cketl>ook lighter, The “special I j strong in modern sty ie .rid travel in qt** t^vt fsouiotv CHAPMAN! I Model Bakery.... lo- r.vti.mtf F.I...I to ,-;tt allays on i * st t|, Model K-ikory. BrcacT I’skes. 1-iTZ TwT.:: — b,i!''*• 1' tr- So«' him opiwvite the postofl 7 I J. A. ISLINGHR, Prop. **honC I: ’n I x XV* ie jj ,fn of th** , ‘11 '“Tan batt .* sh ip < I* * , j * ;    M(- 1 I Uh ”d that t i:*'V 'V* Im fit - ||,; ft an Kc rt ♦ ti to OJI, of I b, traru p« • bv. } ; is ruinoix’tl that th* Ruvsutr armored eriiiKtr Ross la and *',• rn* I m w,: s> ,*ik by toipodo bout**. /% me n, un I mi v ii I Iteiiit. Kl Pago, Tex., June 2. -C. VV. Kin drick. UniL, ii States consul at CIU* Juarez, MYxiici, aged .12, is dead tuberculosis He was a former N Orleans newspaper man and writer I* . ma&uj inca. I’OM HCPt. Pfes»df‘nt.    if^n    *    muBiiurcD    .    s FHA\k intvPQ r    EHRINGER    Vice    President JUNES rash,er- CRVIUE SNEAD. Asst Cashier C'apithl Sto«*k, ....    . .Ti;., J „    ,4    -    -    -    .    .    $/><*,< h H 1.1 I n«ivid**ci I roiifs - -0,Sf HL < Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Cover-tncnt on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION’, IND TKR ;

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