Ada Evening News, June 20, 1905

Ada Evening News

June 20, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 20, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma KSK I* WMK KW ON IIM WHAT UKK We Write- —• Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance.......... HARDIN & JONES Ortnv Front KooAt, Over Vd.t N«tu ,«i bank VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY —f~    —■■■■'    '    ,    — ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 20, 1905. HEADACHE tf you ure sutiering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at Barker & Webb’s SODA fountain. NUMBER 79 Oxford Comfort how your feet ache and burn these hot days for want of a pair of cool and comfortable Summer Oxfords. Summer Comfort and Oxfords hand iii hand. See the Ladies/ Oxfords we offer at :    :    :    :    : |w Q8c, $1.25, $1.65, $1.85 and $2.05 The best Oxfords in the world for the money. Men's Oxfords at • $1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $3.15 $3.50 Field Marshal Oyama is Not Aw aiting Result of Washington Peace Conference. GEN. MISTCHENKO'S FORCE DEFEATED I Suhnequrntlv iii** Kus«lnn<t Hrf rift • ti "» u»*> I of the l int (iroiititl Friller Frederick Leopold ol I’ru^nlit uxt %VItll the I Cavalry .Lip* Moi lute In I liree I oluim*** I- nun H ,treu. The Political World Awaiting the Action of Belligerent Nations Regarding Their Envoys. Remnant vSale at Every new style, shape, color, kind, toe and last, says •‘come." Can't duplicate our Oxfords and the price, at the same time, at am w other * -...................... —    i j COX-GREERj LD.. Goods C o m p a n yj I HIU I IMS Representatives of France and Germany Sparring for Position in the Moroccan Controversy. EHLY ADJUSTMENT IS EXPECTED h Government inclined lo later Part in I'rnpiitvil International tonfereme On Ctrula Condition* Feeling of *»p- Diii Mi ii. Non Mamies lu I rem ii Official Circle*—Ort I ber* t Iou Will lie I united. 1 Iii lim. J11 Ut*    Pi triller K» an nr Lax informed Piim* Hath),iii th*' (Inman arabana or .it Paris that Frame in im dined i) a» * ept th** imitation «> ta par' iii the proposed coufereme on .SI ort hi ti pro v Lied the German ami Krumh goy erunmiits ran **a» ii a milt unity >at isfactory ai: reef ♦ ut as to; the prerise points to b^.    > nsidei'eU bv the • outer *m    in*    <onvb’ on in Isis at ’iii- Ju:> -ii orth e ha* Kranre . ami Germany will o*    o avive v on this prosmmnie Aith .auk . ai nest j Jiff* ii ii * > «>t v vs ai** yet ’■> ii'm om il« »l t he an i hunt atW jiuiui-iin u.i «t the foreign u flit a* ;s that the> will I»** over* t nit* an )Ii negotiation. .M Lousier hits Thus > !f*hh-*<! lo !’i irn * v -ii I U a -low cp an assent tai i ox ti t < on whit ii M Heitassi*. rile Daniel I * •: ♦ -1 11 minister had refused th*' im tai ion > o take part in a Moro* co conference M. Roil vier first cons* ii ted lo re-upm the question and second a a reed to ak* part iii the conference provided the protocol is pi conformity wiih French Interests. 'n is will be accepted by Germany whit h wiil im t i’m- d- lib rations of tit* ((inference. Great britain, swppoi; mg Flam/* had ah o r«-fused to join the proposed <onfeicm * but Foreign Sorrel ary Lansdowne bu^ it Is un dr'stood said that ii Flan* * a* Cf pled (]r**a Pp lain also won.d aer.*pt. A great dis1' >Biaib* battle is in pin-Kress wiMi ii** pi (liabilities leaning toward the id; amu No adequate fxpt'i*.. , ,n (i[ the German feelitit at tiii time can be presented with< at ma1 inc note of the very general bein I in naval < droll - .hat Great Britain is seeking an oxen.-’* i< check the great progress which is making in the Ge rman a armament. This belief is widely expressed among naval officers of ail classes. It ix iii«*ir view that Great Britain would he willing that France should suffer defeat or* the land it Great Britain tlierebv was given & chaine to destroy the German navy. As. a result of this feeling their* is great activin in the German navy and it has never been so alert <r so per* fee ti y ready tor defense as now. A possible explanation for this alarn; is that Admiral Tit pip/, has been anxious to test the preparedness and spread with which the navy could lie placed upon a war basis, and therefore desired that the officers should bel. tie* thrill and stimulus of an Imminent action in order to blini out tin hest in them French are Optimistic. Fails, June 19.— Gift* i ii quarters have Monday show a feeling of optimism aid Tokio, June 20, Ail ices from the Bout show that. until laH Fuuday. tie* Japanese line:    to    the    extreme west bad been practically stationary lot three months, ah*ait I*"* miles ninth of ■ie Ling where th** pursuit cl the bus si.ms h lite I. During this interval d c l ♦ Uigerents were do mile apart, t 'uly thirmishes occurred utitil last Sunday, w in n th* Japanese made a t ush ail Mincing I!" miles. Sunday /beld .Marshal Ovarut an uounceil that .1 *. *1*11,4 rush was made I tidav. th** Japanese « euuvinr .*. ten mil** line. The whole force fallowed th** railway in its rem sal dire* tam *♦* tween tile ('hevane tang! on the last and t he s" imps of : h** 11* res ti 1 iv ei on the west. rh * foul main roads pass tug through th. is t* ’ rit'»i v run nut lllfl with the railway \long th'"** reads the J a pa rn vs** coiunius three oil each toad advanced Thursday jump The h ti'ii* s* fight > ax r»u th, .ap ul I* ft, where Gen. Mistelvnko. with ’i.'Nifl cavalry and -’n :utis, was lina'lv routed. Bn* Ko*Mans ie*real mg rn graal 1011-tuslon. Tilt J a panels* , asuaii it s oJong the entire I tout which w as lo p.flea, were do killed, including a number of o’th * t x ln.i 1 sr. wounded. The Russians burned v illages aud incinerated their (Ie ai Fop- qu**ntly, computation of t bt ii lo-.- *s - dlffl* ult I hey v\*'re prohatdy lieavy. Khhtv' < cad Kus." tuns were to md on ’ he field in front ut the 1 **ntral column of the Japanese h ft w .ng The Japan*'"*' now h<dd th** Kuvutsu-Funuen Ching line. * ut miles from the R issian adv amed 1 tut 111, unions l*eft>»e Beng Ii ta. I rn air* Kvtrltvew I o«*t i,roitn«L I.iuiapnd v Mam hut ia June 20 ! he la pain se ar** eh amang from t!* * * n cr ami Wes* wa a ami . re driiinv In the Russian - i*‘* is South cd Fall inn Fin her Wes? tie*\ turtled iii* Russian extreme mkt it Lh* ox a ne • tiuiiitiierc Sa urdav night flunkin' *b** Russian" out .of povjnon aittu a night long figb’ I h* Japan. -• fo> . ‘ »^lsis!.*d ii' .ai it.; ,r.    y    (Al 'KUI    ll batt*rles id artillery    end    bt squadrons ol cavalry G*mi Mist henko’s av alt' siibs*>que:itiv retrieved some of the b»sf - oei    |» tin- d'x* »h«*nl »>’s op* 1 ll, tv rep* ll I .» IU»lr VI III*    j    ; t ol iii.1 ‘.v    '    I.*    Ll    V\    S    Kav    *    , , ,    ,    1 ■    *•*    •    ’    ' ■' '    '    I.’n p*': (1: W * la a* '' itll Til*' 11;,'' ut . i‘;’i \    !*ec**i ved ! bam sm I>f til ■ . \c( o: hug ' o ;i lr **    1    •;    m i, j\..i beadquartei> til Japan**.-** are inovii i * u 1 us vv 1 j, S1 (pi 11; j.•    '.p lum pfa 1 try and corresponding forces of cavalry .md field ami mo' at; ti .■ 1 ii *    \ '' ue*». oleums {mo heading (or Chut M ini KmcMii and Kenchati to «om **1 ♦* t he ! i rn * * ik .ima's arni v st ret h ing from tm* dong* Hail frontlet to the Fen if Tapan. HOPES FOR AN EARLY SETTLEMENT *&WffOOllSS/tO&fCUnMML cen,ut* ne* *    *“ t    t* * any .fuji:-tit;* ut * : '!.» 1    . s    * -G* rn.an «tun 10- v« rvy Mini ,s    n    narked (ontra-a with i t ag tat * a ai ii d*pr«ssion *d the hist w * * i, Ii s ta finitely stat* d that the u* gi I int 11 s *tw**n Premier Rouv ier ami I , in* Lac** iii he Ger man aint assamu }. v * \ ri mise et a*-(Old within :    ;i*-*!.    week. I ii!" ** i *it I ' *ss w I bt Ti: an international eonf*r*L<* with th* Mt*pe ear tv d* tilled so as rid! t* ptv* ;1* - ightesi I * 1 ej rn. t* to P;* nth tnt*.*"" or obligations Tut la: ,* -    (    * ppi*'ii!* ut th* iiuern.it onal r.gre* rn* t is ii. ii* her*-i< fie* lu-, n ai,*    I'! * conv«1 sat ions I *; w ** ii M. hi un    *1    and I tinct Ratio Im ai** pit 1. ti' f.g rn 1k* n.cst c.mii'a-hl* -yr.' w th .. t* * m.g injaisftsf it: Ikit I siii, - !«i    ♦    in    I,    ; ;    .    i    •    ♦    t    no ii • r,s< *« JI > ' I . I - ( • ::    I    ,t    t ! 1 (' Ta v 1« r of ( amb:    ii ;. i .im.    ll    I!    F’ewart    <d (’alite! ’Ti* • Vi ,n , \ • t*i i m 1 ♦ of ti:** I nit cd Mo «I tv : ! ’ . t * «* in patly. IU.* ' Ic I*    .vt > ;    >    U    de*    o d to    i •*- cfien th*    n A .    '    Un    .ct ta ml \<    vv < oinet- i v.1 *    .    ,* th ♦ Kl men End r ' :Ai    u •    I •    ; -•    . I    .ti: bet    of workmen F\•    .    •    jap!* veinents w er. dc* id*-*;    , t'rfniilrnt Kotmivvrlt l.ii(iltn for un tnrly A oui lit,ion of |’r«*litioii*«rv Negotiation* Winch Would Forestall a lieneral Hi»-ga*< nieiit Itetweeii Hie Vian, burian Annie** I hut see ii*» to I*** Inliiiiiient. W’ ash ii. j ton, June 2d. While the prog 1 ess of th*1 preliminary negotiations for p**ace b« Tween tm Far Holstein belligerents is rn* ess art Iv low af Ibis si; gt ,ij *h*- preliminary in gotI- known thai Frcsiil* nt Boos* veil hopes • hey practically may be concluded ti* bde he : ho 11 go to D.vs Ter inn for th* Summer. His desire lo ta Heat* ill «\«,*\ j* wih!* uni th*- iHgotiations ,11 d»#*< him To r* ci'tis 1 1* 1 his oricina! plan f* ti. to Oyster bay ibis \s**i Af’ir Ins visit to \\ or* heater ..e*l vYi 'ianiPtown. 'lass whir* h«* will k1 lo {Jtend the i-*»n»mem**ment *-x ti Iscs of (Math uiiivorsifv and WL lan.s «oiicg«* he Vi!! return to Wast bg ton, arriving Per* next Friday un Tiling hi. \pe* ted ;hai ;f not I inc un foresee t * i.all have o« Curie*! in sh* si cai nm* sonic *‘eiiniie announcement of th* slat > of th* ii* got int ions it»*iy be made soon ift* r us return '■h* I*- is a po* si hi lit ‘v*n ’T»at Go ‘•In ; (ii of lh* p!«*i ip* Tri Lari*- < I h til Russia md lap in mev I *• .*m-no. oreil before Ti:. pr*‘si*i* ut lear* I ’» -(..iv right for Ma mu Misf its. A fin;,* dptcrininai ■ ti of th** s* at of Ve onf‘*r* ne** having t***n r*a«t*d. he j - -id* iii    iii    1 inn nu r. w uh    th*' 1 « til cai work!,    i-    awaiting    the    action ct *h* lull I aer* rd native:"    as to t ti* ti I un** mom.    Wall that    part    of lac pi x amine :he prest b nf naiurallv lins a* 'hint. to iii*. When lh* sete**iion-b.ive t ♦* n mad*' the names of the envoys • f th* respe« five 1 >v* rnmenfs w ill t «* conin uh a’cd to lh** president. Rv f n. th* y in turn wilt \ e < *»n im mu tic.! t the governments in interest'aud J* orally ar.tuviuiced ic* th** world. r i< *"»>!*♦ I bere that th.' anang* mrnfs ior lh** ,ont**i»m* may pf* < * *«! v'dti su* h fatality a- i(, .. cit ;» n, * .J • ut : i* ru* ii in Man* huria Iv* tween the I* <*"’ of Gen.-, I UPV tell . rd (ivaniH. 1 be pre* ice; i oh ■ I a great Irs*til* ai t ’ • pi * - • • ' x: a*. •ftp* pence ne:u <r i ou>    would 11*    *    .-ga riled    bel* a- a • * -I    info) Minnt* * r< I >u    iud.gent.'P u n* :* i whi.it might npctil err ’i> B    th*    Leg**! jar ions i**r ' h*    * orfei *uk•*• • ed, it i- b' li« v* *l ti " 'IU* quai lei 'hut    w hat* v* i    n - I.'    be    the 1 * ■ ult    *f : 'I* Ti    JI • * 11 ti i <    I ll    mo    id ai oil"*    I* ”i u* h bit ier ii* ss int th * n< g«*t ai '• >11". I he - Til* is of which now so    I . bb would < ’Mini -** It an i t rS* that lb* id* nt Roo* 'tit x 11 \ in:- no Ii* * J 10 irntnt ii • I • *    t a I I * I * ' ITI    **x I    '    h im v\ u a Ii i a ■ . Pl *    u.i» I in ;    pu ti    * >f    lh. !. u-- nu !    * "S Ti    1 ,; ;• I 1 it 11 1    1    < ;l< *    ’    • i Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    : If you need an inexpensive dress Now is the Time to Get it . / I or in order to clean up every rem* nant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : Come in and look them over and get a bargain : :    :    : 1 Yours to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH SCO. Cash on Delivery of Goods. 1 CHIT!! /finn - THt TWIBH. FOR UP-TO-DATE UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. lr--- -- - ——- Ka----— rn I o bt r -"ib IU bas bi *' M d ll p, .VV I I " "tied !< a* mi I’nll'tiiittittiili]:!'*.! I '-t.»1., ii* 1. g ti t, 1 Vert* lh, Xc b R*r*    IN    db    cm;,    a Villi. v ti 1 . . Ka ’ '■ i. x j,    ,.t Bon* st*-* i S I    ii    •    •    .    a.*:    a ra h    * . -    ! - *    . *.n\ u i**d *>f ll! a ».< I SI ag U ’<*I    .ta. "< IU < ill    > (I lo ! M*» v cars !;.*rd .ii    u • p, y, x fa!a p**nit* I • aia. til C 11 .ll t nut    It Mil I, til: I    t tm I u London. '.    : *    :    rn    (V iitiiL an (ii""    :*d ti - u I    ii.    t'.    I * \j.    vs 11 sai l August ' s .    "I    ■    ; . TOKI Id    the I !..t*d bultt.1 rn! ik u. da. r el! Pi til ai tnt in cl .111.1 I 1 en; ii i x|,,.,1. Hun,. (’oil ngw ood * ii;    ji    r-    rn Kl "am*    ( b I    ' <1    •    »    • mw . -    I, i ..lilied a' TiS,tit"• v-    .tx    >.ii    *    1,\ .■ 1 j , 1 \ fc I    Monday    .r    ba*    dm    k Ii**!**    .<nd two >! I    her d* ck    Ii nv«.s    .a ii,    I 1(, d< ai ’ 'rh** !! nm or-vd .    ,    h    • !••!,’ xitce" Oi iii*- (11 a I i Iiau ulw av I; 11 ii. la c I, tso -I g*a iiiulcr * .ma if T Ile (bx vv av the tire VV ii o ' III ira . (Itll* Ii: THE HEAT HORST TWAKIKF—*‘I WONDER TF NICK TS KNOCKING MF.!” fat long thus J re* I '' ; .* pi Of Th*» hcltig* i.ang u.'*no «- J'* MC ul views .,«x Mill ;*.x hi own 'I*! :..*' to tit* pi« "bhut bv .in pi riant Si F* 1 • :" bn. r m ws ap* t ” bro ci ‘ is ’ iv d*‘d * • I**.! no’ ii; happy, all    on uh it    i-    Pew ii    it* .Vasili, -ton f    . it do«s    t-ot    :< ?! ,•    th** * 'It iri* ‘ll »• id lh** Sf Peter" ! 1 !•••_• -CV • rn:.it ll Slli’h • O’till'PP tn s* TAC, !. >M • , * r ,‘t» <1* t * 1111. Ut ♦' til*' *!•’" ire ut th** pi * •* Lieut j,rn: ot th* t v.n us ^*-i- a Iv to av* it, f pousibb* anotia 1 *>rio • aga t* nu-tit ti t! Man* bari an ba •] I; ‘bl. I*'t the (*»m ’indol \ «-f *rt- her* ador, raid* may b > 1 * ud*’i *'il tim! es-br* lh til*' r.i t cran co of th* Russian pr»' s, hacked    as tli*’\ mr*’,    Im* bv    th* . • \v* ’    <-f th**    w at part \    in 1 ho *'in;    ii re KmhsImii'n I‘ten I po tm t Im rte*. St. |N*t« is burg. Ii in- •> This being Whit Munday, piivaf* .»< well as pit* ■ bu* i nets " ii wended. Vt the fort mn *b< * only i gif 1 d« en offi. ails \\*>r»' on bay d ha odii iiil im! < n>* that auv i !!ib«T *1 pli'i:: not * ti 11 ai i-’s from on** t (* I h rec is ar reeahle t *» iii! - " ia I ti a ’ bl ion to lh*' nanus * * t Amba.- adm Na b oft and Baron Iv iscn, the nam* « I Prof Ii* lain a ii* a profes^oi ol dei national lav at th* University of St. Vet* Isl mu, and a inemb* r of th•• inlet nut ion a I arbitration • ourf is now mention!* aud a’"** that «*1 Count Gas 5 itll    * Siirrrndrrrd their ( hnrtrr*. f’coi i» June 20. 'lh** two local I union" of the I abel hague have sui r« ndcn d th'hr charters as a result cli the action cf the Cfiic;igo convention in expelling Mrs. Sn*' M Simpson of this j city. l h** foimation of a new organi- 1 /.a ti on. auxiliary t<* the Vrneric.ui Im! elation, ‘vill follow. + + + L PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Board»*d by I >ay or \Yt*ek. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave,. none t*4. n nil * 4* * a j Austin College, Sherman. Texas. High grade co tcg-t* for v< una men. 1'yvitjears pr. puratory c«mrse. faculty «>f ex ne it’Cieetl sod in "tv, go* >i libra v% ele-■ant six jcty halls. large gym nasi nm md atli etic park. I irst chis" ’boat d with baths, electric lights. Refining ( in st ian iii 'Indices. Next sess ion opens Sept. * . I po:,. A d*l re-xs PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE. Sherman. Texas. a. 5’ji 1 ifT* r . * T • O • • s Model BaKery J    Kvorvtjiino oo<x> to eat always on aam nt the    • •    Moili‘1 I hikor.v. l>n\ul. ( ako**. I’i«*»*, Cookies,    • •    I'undies. Etc. See him oppositi* the i>i>stofT.(v    • • J. A. ISLINUER, PropT PHONE 124.    • I Iii*)*]; ii IJ r:t iii I Inn FmiIm. Chicago, June 20. IAG, Mannon *k Co . a grain * * mini: slot! firm protnln* tit on Hic Chicago board of trade, went into lh" hands of a receiver Monday. Notice was posted at the board notifying all persons having trades with the firm to close Hie trades ai once. The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE, Presided.    ]\0.    L.    BARRINGER,    Vice President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD, Assi Cashier Capital Stock, • •    .......    $.r»<),0t)0.00 Undivided Profits,    .    20,-‘MLOO B!.inks!Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. ;

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