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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 KREI' YO IR MF OR TRR 'V KATHER  We Write-  Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance..........  HARDIN & JONES  Office Front Ko* ms Over \da Natku a1 Hack  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ' ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 21. 1905.  HEADACHE  If you are suffering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at  Barker & Webb’s  SODA FOUNTAIN.  NUMBER 80  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 go hand in hand. See the Ladies* Oxfords we offer at :    :    :    :    :  98c, $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  Charges Against the Assistant Secretary of,State Not Sustained by the Evidence.  CASE HAS BEEN FINALLY SETTLED  Snri«tttry Tuff* Kfport lo I'rnldeut Kuu*** welt t«» lit* >1*tit 1  I'utitlc ut Oner - 'lr. Itoweu lol.l of tho DecUinu Before I PMvliig Wttfthtugton— %V ill br Dropped From Service,  I  Every new style, shape, color, kind, toe and last, says “come.” Can't duplicate our Ox* fords and the price, at the same time, at any other store.  w  I  I COX-GREERI  jDry Goods Companyj|  WE II 111  Little Hope for Cessation Of Hostii- ' ' ‘ ‘ ities Untill Manchurian Armies  I t K U * S.  Again Try Conclusions.  (YAMA WOULD LIKE ANOTHER CHANCE  I -  Carree pond eat at *t. Petersburg, I bink*  Japan Would br Helm taut to I.Ive no Fretent AdvatiUgtt—Ku*«l»u I'uprr Declare* E!ii(Unit I, A Jvi«liif Japan Ac&luit Arna int br ut I’re.ent,  St. Petersburg. .Inut I!I. 'Fbi only hope for an a? mi.-i ice pending the nieernfi of the pea** i i til pot» ut ai -irs seem* to rest    with    Br**-id* it  Rotn-e 't-it alit. t y ell flu. 's • MiMiiert J flender. St tai a-* Known the pr*-i- i de ut has rn* Mk*n a positive step In this dir**! inn.    lh*    inipressioii  bf re eon t ii. ues Mi »i»a.    ilia'    Japan mix  with treat ie it tau e un. ai ae induced tc forego th» j  advantages t lier strate'. j pie »>os*/ti<m whieh. Ifsj ite tin o n** c f the official auvir*\s from the front is regarded as i >■ nu    altogether tavor-  tble for Field Marshal O'ama. ai t} aL'-r^e ?c a suspension < f hostiliti**? br rn* feast six weeks during whit Ii time thou nan I?; of reintor rn* ms would leach On. Linevitcn aud Vladivostok would be strengthened with munitions aud supplies to withstand n tlege. Indeed, it i- suggested that Japan deliberately planned to iKvstporn the meeting long em ugh to give ffyaina a chant** lr adm in is ? im to he Russians a fresh defeat on lam! in order to n / the war party in Russia of their last card anti fat dilute acquit seem'•» it* hoi terms. Corsidei in a iii** situation therefor*. President Roosevelt’s Mi i.mpl    will Ie    all th**    greater it    he  could    now suet * < <j in    < rov u.ing    hi :  work by an agr*’*-merit which would m least    prevent    another    bloody bailie  •pending flu* - how th hands af Washington.  The Xovoe Vi* mut Munday printed a dispatch from London in which its correspond' ’it declared he was in vt session of information to tin* <f*<* that the British wen* advising Inpan against the concl l-ion of an armistice. ‘Russia/ the    dispatch    adds, 'is    not  rbuFidf red to he -uffniently weakened. Great Britain hop* that Bield .Marshal Oyama will sn<*ceed in destroying Gen. Linevitch’s army and thus relieve her of the flight mire that the army may later be shifted to the borders of India ”  The radical Nasha Tsliisn asserts that "‘J# Ithantom of financial exhaustion banging over Russia" Is really tin greats friend of peace and draws a harrowing picture of he per cent of the empire’s population living as their forefathers did in the sixteenth cen tury, groaning under Ute adventures *>f the autocracy wiu* h - lever hookk.•t iling no longer can conceal.  “Russia,” the Kasha Shun continues, “is reaching the end Of In r ability to l*2yrow for the purpose of prosecuting the war. Here is the real secret of the hone of netter*. Rn'sia’n  T V'*.* r *v mz-c.t  >11/ the •- e when th* pa t r t**n-tiar * $ na* f  At th* British f nib. my the Ass«hu-ated press was t'’*n«i that Gr*.C Bi itain ha I not uttered /at n ar.} ad-  - ut it t *  * -f to rn I Bart v ami h s in v i * w if up pn.spe. ta j *>* a gem r* el iv agt in*-r.t i • i lu;> ter ii".  I the ir ! * intl f » ft * jai \ Kits .u in r r *  . g* t ? > lh* front in t rn* t< v .tnt - <  I somethin' cd lh# fighting T J .*v haw alreadv alii ti * n s-* vt r.,1 of ti * t. * s-'**r«:    \v* ii ti av flu Antinial! of  •ie**vs w I* it. fi.-d in a alif net* bv tb* cml * ti i sn F*f*rt of  in 'I it* «1 M f iiiFpitt» ha - 1 roil Wast i iugton itidicat nj. *h« possibiiitv ll at Gaunt /»> iii and Minis!* r Ta* ’ ira mav sign a temporary nrrnatn* bet* u* he i rid of tilt wt *k If,« foitign < Ila * let jar* p< *■ •; iv* ’'    *! ut { v  >* 11    < p \ *  b'-er rn of* iai ext hang* im Mu - ii-  eel I ta * t ti I'.cciu d in;:    ‘ti • > ,    *    it    \v  ! « \pn ss*-/ *v J tit fort ign *»fli i s r» • :  I    ,  rn»c nu 11    *    * un ii < :i*ti !:u.  * \pet tj ti» ii I    a *    sp*    rn    sen    of tu*-  f iii* k s • an bt ;    m arc    * *!.    Vt *    * * - am*  i im* it rn t * iii,'. , vrt ♦ <1 I hat M  prospects if t.    «    rn; vat b< adv arced  it a I siMl* i it lid i* av* hied prude* ti.» mc* ting  According ft t fit rf j « r *- (arrent in this - :Ty m in* f :« rn.ar., rn • look;!.a to an am/',** lav a s. I rr*ad\ talon plat * I let wt * j* G*L : * vin *, and I a Id Marshal ( yan a t I he u at ti ct ot ters i n < tfiitir'i .ic j, cf fid*. Mn the contr arx pf * mw - f; rn th* ! out . ;  I hough emu* i    ai    *tim>    tit    it di :-t*»  f'nnt : rn I.. | . m    s.    ; •    ii.    airt>  begun.  Wool*! v,,( if). . ,, Negotiation*.  Par is. i am 21  A  n • ff« it wa n ai ie t<» /riiiv ip Mi* i-'raa c Geriran lapcli-Mions for tic u* sit,u iu the ban b»a "I d* mu i*  !  :*'>/'.', hut at pre in ier Rotiv i*a - ‘ iiiToi it flip f it rf u ted sn *cn :oi tour; Tit.  V I.nil sn %%>•*> It I is ct oil.  Wa- 1 . 5 ! •*<    * un* IU Mr T. ksihira.  the .1111 • i. i a ii is ter It ft W sushi ng-*t*11 Tm • , :s f r:.:: g ft i T .ftV t oi-lege. Ma .-sic I use m -, in deliver .ai sui-dress arn! to a * \ *    * h* tommentc-  ment the th gr* * * t i!im sci *T laws ll**  • iocs Tint expect it, return to Washington until Pi I day. stud v. ill leave Mr. Mio! i. the first s* retary, in ‘harp# ti ii,** legation. In vi<*vv *»f th* absence of the pi* iii* ut for ti* m vt few days, no developmt tit in Ila negc t int ions is expect* (I.  It is mill* i ti a id that I the I* ni-potent iirit s suljomn to st Rum in* r i* sort sis is * x| ct i*d, unless W ashington lists un prc< eden ted August wk at lur, none of lh* diplomats, r* presenting the neutral powers w ill folk w them. There have been formal exchanges between the ambassadors here o tithe sn' j< 11  Shriller* at Niagara Fall*.  Niagara Palls, N. Y., June IT.—Th*’ thirty-first annual gathering of the Imperial routs ii, Ancient Arabic Or. der cf the Mystic Sht inc,opened here Monday wish st very large attendant* 1  thousands cd Shriners from sill * let ions a1' the United States and Canada I < im; present. Tin* «11y was handsome ly decoratefl. Shi rtly aft* r ll od lock the I imperial < ours ii was escort ,*d to the  Washington June 21. it can b stated o!i excellent authority that ih< Loomis- Bowen case not only bsis I teen  (  settled finally,; » far as the administra.  ! tion is c.moerned. but stalled iii favor of Mc. Loomis. I'he charges against Mr. Loomis, for which Ministei Bowen practically stood aff* declared to bt* without sufficient foundation in fact ti* U* worthy of further c* ms id erat ion. Secretary Taft's report to the Prest I cent whb*h probably will bt* made pub * Mc latei will show this Some criticism of Mr Loomis was made at the meeting of the cabinet but it wa* not of a ii;.tin r o» reflect in any way u|k)H Ills integrity.  The charges auainst Mr. L MMU is are discussed fully in lh** report of Secretary Taft but the tv , *rt contains no recommendation a* Minister Bowen. Tile understanding Utwe*»n the pre-i dent and S ri uat> loft was that Mi** Secretary should ir.«iulre into tile t hal ves against Mr. Loomis ami that in th*'* * till th** president himself would ■ i-'i** se of ! he > a<e - n far a- relates to NI r. Bow **r  Mi Bow*u will be arraigned for in sub*»r<linatu)ii. club M'ti tor nis ut lion in the pop. ling > is aval Finally, drop ped from th*' Lplomutic -en ice «*f tic* <' .nft \ lr i< * xptvt. d h i* President Roosevelt will issut a -tate’nenf uov-  • ring th** as < umplt*i* iv.  Miai' i t* , r ll i b* r* \\* Bow »*n and bis Brother. Glar* th * Bowen rf ',*• w York, where J!* tilt* V- bite IP* ;s. Tuesday in connection with the Loom is-Bowen  • ■is'. Thev -aw the prest lent for a brief time but their principal mission wag *o talk of the is** with Secretary left who ha tin rue of it ainee its in c* pf ion. Th'- seer‘Tan was late in a ?  riving at h* * k >in* t meet ng hilt ; ftci hi rciu’hetl Mu e\* » utive t*fflceil ! * ai/ ii n\ t ; the mat?*u wit) Mi* ti  \s M’nis’i Bowen -ti the While Iious, he admitted in uespoiise to ut oniric* that he w. -  pi ut of Seer* ' a' \  p^esiti* nt I- i* said !»  j o 11 Bv! os t- it V  I f. \ era lib' **i i: ti ta \ t *i a t / to him. VI im--j f* ! Bo* rn i • :•!•*’.! ti, i- t bt* impi: ■  J vv ti i< ii hat! b'-'-n < out! u*  ;  -*d bv S» retary* I ruff bad lilt/- b*‘diHug *>n hill pcr-na’v a h> I rives g.»tj.*n hail to do j w i’b  f harg* s agg'ti-t Se-ret arx l.oomis Piesi-lem it*hi i”- ■ re*pi>-ted ■seu- !  I'* tai v I att -aid Mr Bowen, 'to in j Utile int** Mie hr - •r**m:ht a ca inst , V’r. Loo nu. ami to limo a repott «n j* u* rn ,*i f  i <t it» 11 ’n i Ta * i lie has done  ? -»t he h mu/'’ t > t i 'Tii ’ii miation ^■‘cting me    Secretary    Taft ha-  fold in* th“te is no Imn: Ii* r ne* ! of ii v preseiK-e b.**rc I * \p* ct to leav*> tor h-anm N. I ”  aware *»f th< jnir-afr> report to the in .- »t af iibertv a ti)** repro i was  I.lrut. Tittie Mnrrli*ti.  Col *t :*.* 1 1 Spline.- Co . .tune 21    -  Lieu* Pearl Calvin Titus I' S, V w).o wuv Mio fir.-t votdier to -tai* th** wall I Mo «it\ t ! l’fkin. Y’binn at ti e ! uno of ' he    t    !■    t    i; \ p\ i lit  Ii* ' flit • I ‘    . 1  ’ I *"    ! .*■• ll I'.***- Ii . v ; I j ‘  :. ’.ti w host* lit • •• . I it this ii’ v. a ■■ mart*.* i I < i •» I - -< t\ t !  • wa- at> j poirt t et! to \\ . - ’ I ’i til t lo lh’ sa ' VI tx i' ’« ' tov if ri *? • ms ; * rvita* ai *1 ‘wa- a tm auh'r of hi- v • ar s grad-ttut’Mg cia- :.t til** military u adeuiy Cis I ri<h wa. M'-.s ‘'.rat ■ \nna ib iii;..  I poll <'f tl/s t tv.  Niirwrpitn stttrlliln^ t, I inn.  ! Cbri-ttauia. Norway. June 21 Th* add re— to King Oscar and the riksdag nth! flit Swedish poop!*- gt*ner.tllv I I opted by th • storthing Monday in Mph to the long lefter Whit Ii lilt* I im; Ut June I.’*- to til'* pi* i lent of the -hoi i bing, M Berm*!*, is of a eon* ili-nto?\ eh ara*’tit*. VI the same time however, it indicates the unalterable a termination of the storthing to adhere to the action taken in tlis.s*d\ing the union with Sweden.  meeting place, the International theater, by uniformed Arab patrols.  KhIii C'ttittlnii** in Ohio.  Columbus. <>.. June 21 The continued rains Tuesday with heavy thunderstorms have flooded many fields throughout central Ohio and reports show that tin* corn is badly damaged. Wheat in many plates is reported I * > fie down and the damage will tx* considerable. At Spencerville ad or more •ii rigs were blown down and a number of houses and barns were wrecked ny the wind and lightning.  »*»aun iv iu-wiii* iHVKtt.  Stockholm; Sweden, June 21. The pensions of both chambers of the ribs ting \v ere ope nevi Tuesday. Baron ISS sex took i lie chair in the upper lion-** by right of seniority. IL* announced that Counts Spar re and Lundeberg had Lien reappointed by the kirg respectively as president and vice president of th** bouse. There was no undue ex-  Head Camp of the Organization Holding Its Fourteenth Biennial Convention in Wisconsin City.  Remnant iSale at  OFfiCERS’ REPORTS SHOW PROSPERITY  <?>0Ar goods. s//ofsscu?rmcj.  I1*M<I A lerk’u Report Show* » VIeiiiheriilili* of Ne^rl» *00.000 Mild De.nth (Im I int I uitl During the I’m*! Tun \t-tir* Amounting to » I (ULI.KOU—To »'ro-  hthit — it rn I ny Fie n lr*.  ll ii Waukee. June 21.—The head camp et Modern Woodmen «*t America *'i>cnt d ts foil rte* nth biennial convention at I ii** Davidson theater Tuesday with between COW ana Tho delegates, r* presenting ov* r H.OOd camp- and nccxly Tec ufo rn* mill*'rs. pret* nt. laytr I av id S. Hose weleomed the delegati s to the • it} in a hearty fi•<*< ch and presented the keys of tb»‘ tin *d the head consul, lies pens* s xx »ne made by ll#.ut Consul A. It. Talivot fen the Modem VV Hi/.men and iliad Cleriv  * 'holies W Hawes iii Ko* k Island, 111., *< i t ie head * flu *  Hie convention then proceeded wiili Bk pp *■» ut ai i* m id i* ports. Tin- report  * I lieut Ct r.sul Tallmt wan dev<>ted t**a i • \ ♦ w if ii)* hi u J cling the biennial tun). Sp* akin; of the centralization  * I I,** work ot j I,* medical department lit Saw Md ihe discontinuation of Mate I * ad idiysieian-. all a optical lento in it it) - (picnic medical directorial * i **»ul t.ffi***. Th*’ ♦ xpcii-es of I.is of! )*- I*.i tho.’ w,  f  $n *.x;s and for HHH Rtvi total $/*;.Appeals on I’* I . if if 211* * * if t r« -♦ d m* rn tx rs v\ * I *  i * tl’.fd . ntl ti* contributions w* re - I F’    ti    spok* hi    favor    of    th*  t w. lei.'' id pertinent and pm-nu  * tied Mi* amendment <t ‘he bv law-jr. B ooh * al ca nips or foresters* teams front I: dding Sun* v pienns * i »xeisrsiu t.s under the .m-pitis »*f tip* -ot iefy, with a penalty, for di.-ohed-  * n< ** of «xpu’sien or revelation *t < barter. II** coin mer. de«l the order of J mu r \V'*odm* n as t>* netieial to the his. IR* favored an interval of J bret    Hr    f vi^ veals    betwe* n    the  nv* *r.j    »f    th* head camp, in    the    in  It r*. t* of #k    <>nomy.  Bui ng Mi* biennial th** new men 's r ..ii‘I* d i_it.ami 14x2 in vv w* p chcitered The -<m ct > . ti. n >xv in* hid > IA ut |*i -tr.f this*’ t’iiill** un incnil-tM.ship state*, ai ivhi / it is oryani/ed ••port    ti    Mud    Cl* • k C    W.  (ontaii.cil th* !• 'ow illy The r« # a P ii* ti i he i lose ■ t I tie f*»t‘t f .<i ft iii .ti yr*; at# ti $1.? U :  t>7>.  M •    wk i* iv    p..iii 7<l    death *    uiiin-  • * >’■ f*r.g i(» >»;••*,.: *0./, its against  ain.- nino.ii • mg to $1 o 7 ’*■ A: tini »:.g 11,« I* i m pi re* ding.  * recuh j sit t he ! ♦ n# til tum! to ta J12,fi*'7.7Pa is . *. nins I $7 77".mss •-'    '■ * Mi# preceding I « n ti la I Ii.**  b.M.ute af the • I* - * * I the term xx; -8* 7 >7. Th* i***'ij ! s et th* general In . * * I * $ I *.74 2:* M  as agai ’  k  f I ' '  I * up * he p -ct # tunc I* nu. ♦ bt b;uai ic Ivf irg fiHf* b*M. The laps*/  i !■« iu *k ia I) tip IPI. r-hip durin:    ti.** TW. '-ars xvgs JMT.JC an • the ‘ai s, ,i  • - i..n*    $:7» ;*. • '."p.  Tit .. * raj * ,** ta pita payt.i* * ti tv* la h* n 'fit fund w* s ft 2*c* a? agit in -1  s "    * Pts din    ii •    Ma* I.    i 'ii pret <    din  sh'    ■.ti*.*j**    xvri'    < ue lo    *1#* 'low    int'  ■ * o, sr.r * lf* t ive laii’-.u v !, IIM I wFh V* rat* of th- tni-ir.hers vs» it in !*t as* u frciii C p* t ocnt to 7 * p-’I* * pi ut M vp.ru us agt s t h*a** xv* re 2 '•*< J ca Ms from a tin.-’ ami s» 4 *!ratl»  ' • ta ^iii* it* tit ic is: 11 cr IS wk ti Silt • > ihrfc f* j # int of * Pi- total T. I*. I I :    ’’hO    I. I    tis    ;'•!•)»    •# (} in    a* -  K T f. I ta lls'    V 1 -  A GERMAN RIOT.  *«*rli’ti“ t'*>UI«i*i«Hi lift \» i*«*»i Police ami People ( alined l«y ( % let lot) of w It- nt. n I —  I wftilf Perxoin* litjnreil  ('(/t in*, (ieriranx/ lune 21 A sent is uo’l* i*-ii o* < liTt-d last i iglu l)c tween file pcdin* anti ii <• popuiai t- of (/!..< Bvig-pim a. Th*' polit * reeeift d '* <’♦»* tor * he evict ion of a - mint who was behind in tile payment «'f r#rt bt ins house. An enraged cr* wd pin .l < rin? thousands arren hied and ;: iii** et th#* t'    rant    of    th**    neighlior  ii g houses thr#    w stones    an*!    <<th#'r    ob  jeots at th* 7 * noli-*e from tin* windows, xvliilo th*' * row*1 in front of th** de’in euent tenant’s residence made riotous ti* rn# n-tiafions. Finally the judice In xx their swords ara! dispersed the rowd but not before the rioting had  lasted six hours. About twenty p#w-Gona were wounded, two of th#'ru lie-i«g severely injured.  Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    :  lf you need arr inexpensive dress  Now is the Time to Get it  For in order to clean up every remnant 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 :    :    :    :  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  «.inn  *i.    *..  cl .  'n ti  1  ? * Kaw#           CHITA    mnn -  the  uhor. for up-to-date  'UUU, CLOTHING, HEXT TO POSTOFFICE.      i—=-         *  *  +  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Moii-. d-'d t>v I'ay or Week. Satisfaction <T U ar;tnteed.    jj,  >f t ,f Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Tomn?f»nii Ave..    Plme t-4  Austin College, Sherman. Texas.  ll _ k grad t i* iH'u'c :i>r v ling en. Fwoyrars preparatory course, ta*oily of exnerienced speciaJist>, **>.i library. t*!c-g.iut society halls.. large gyaa-nusium and atliietie park.  irst class board with baths, elwtric iig'lit' Relining’ Christian iodin iu • Next session op* Tis Sept t>. ii*o .  Addre.-s  PRESIDENT AUSTIN C0LLE6E.  Slici nan. Tex at.  I Model BaKery  • ••a  Everything good to onf always on nu na at the Mod* I Kakery. Bread. C akes.    (Nxvkic.s.  C?Mpiies. Etc. See him opimsiti* tile iMi-toftiee.  HitwitlUttt Contest July I I.  Honolulu T Ii.. Iun»' LM. C. I 1  Ian-I.ta. win is contesting the « i<«t i«'ii of Jonah Ka’anianaoie t » *<ingress, lias iKK’civtd not it e from th** clerk of tile Ii ohs© of representatives that ins h* arri g has been set a1 Washington for I illy 31.  II it 11 rin. fie WI I Im! rut* Iti-qiinit.  Ton* Ka, Kau. Jure 21 The radio,ads that had applied to the railroad commissioners for p i mission to a bol -i.-li the commodity rat*' from the Missouri river points have withdrawn • their applications.  • J. A. ISLINGER, Prop  •••••••••••••••itaMOMatatatflMtia  PHONE, 124.  •••••••••••••••••I  The Ada National Bank.  TOW HOPE, President.    J!M0 L. BARRINGER^ Vice President  FRANK JONES, Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD, Assi Cashier  Capital Stork, • - -     $50jW.0»  Undivided Protit^........... 20,200.*X>  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Tots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEH.   

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