Ada Evening News, June 22, 1905

Ada Evening News

June 22, 1905

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Issue date: Thursday, June 22, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma KRU* VOl Ii VVI ON TMK VV E Vt HRH We Write- Tornado, Fire arui Accident Insurance ........... HARDIN & JONES Office Front Ho. rn* Over Vda National Hank VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY === ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 82. 1905._____ HEADACHE If you are suffering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at Barker & Webb’s soda fountain. NUMBER 81 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 :    :    • 08c, $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 J Remnant Sale at Barricaded Himself in San Francisco Hotel and Bombarded Everything in Sight. HELD POLICE AT BAY FOR TWO HOURS After Shooting Nine I’ersom. the Mania* Turned the Weapon on lltmnelf Hint lllrw Out IU*Own Krait** Identified a* an Kagllahnian and a tie* rut Arrival In the City. Mr. Roosevelt Received a Hearty Greeting From the People of the Massachusetts City. RECEIVED DE6REE OF DOCTOR OF LAWS 'HfirGQODS.smsscittrWG. After the Addr*** hr Or. Matde. who was Orator of the Mar, tile I redden. Spoke Briefly, Referring to the l ate senator Hoar and the I'uldie 'certie*** of I’re*-tdeiit W right. \V« t* * st♦ r. Mass., .lune 21?.- The pr» shield v train teat heil tins eii> three min ulet a beati id lid’ schedule. At lh* nation i he rte* pt ion committee, beat!* ti lit Lieut Lot. ('uitis Guild jr.. ! i i-r*-sfnT nm tin state, Mavin lilt ti pelt, cl Hi fly. ami Former Congressman J* - * 11 ii Walker. Stephen sails I ary .nu! t < ugli sMiian Hockwood ilvi&i, it prest ating* Claik university J anti oibg* l*i*ar<U ti the president s I • ar. Lieut, (ion inur Guild feiinnllyi JU* ♦ al* J ifu we i««'un« of the *■onitnon-v «auh ii ii ti M.vm Blodgett llial '-I Hie 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. ( COX-GREER I rn    rn S Dry Goods Company.! !■»    J af . I ii ii Summoned in Extraordinary session to Consider the Revolt of the People of Norway. OPENED BY KING OSCAR IN PERSON Who Spoke from the Throne »’r«*te«tlng A-the Charge that Ile h*d I*roroke.l the f*tep Taken by the Norwegian* w Bill Introduced Ternaittlng N#|otl»llo«« With the Storthing. A Fits kl olm. Swill u. .lulu 22. lh* extraori :liarj session, f The riksdag summoned bv King Os* ar id deu» wit Ii Norway s declaration dissolvinc; ’la union. net for business \N ednesday, Ae I OI e :isl "ti bv tin* "Si'< late*! Press I the goveri-mein immediately intro duce ii a bill as! ms f* r ant hori/.ation ) to eat! i into n* g i*'iis with iii* Norwegian mo •g oui blaw up a conditional sc*1lenient * t *L** questions Involved in she .- ar. '-on rd tin here toff re dual kingdom The s ess bm was opined bv Kine Oner iii pus on wr.i the usual <*i* monish The kine made a speech fron th* throne in which he protested •gainst th* • barge that I>v violation cd the i onstit it ion h* had provoked th* btu p taker, by No r wav. In the c.>nii'il o' 'tate w hi* It sane ironed ; h« int roil ii* t i< ti of (he bill in th® I iksdag deal int; wit Ii the et isis' beth the and iii** premier were on I he side i>* a pa* Lb solution. Premier Ham-Lilt -poke fitM. point ins out that it was not to Sweden s interest to re>ort '<> ■ * i*i . *\ ♦ * iii' as ires Hi retomtuer. I* d therefore entering Into regot *at i ms for a cons* aition by who h guarantees -borid be obtained conducive > flu mutual we! far» of Ila v o rn inn ie**. In any rase he dec tat «! ne c -.ations wen in dis; cnsal‘!> to rleu** the Mi'ist ion definitely . The premier sugge t*d that d* b i attn a po luted to this * ml as it was only after STH * ii a conditional settlement and hfter the riksdag had fully considered the matter that .sweden would In iii a position to cb*'uh as to ber definitive approval ol ti ** lissol Lion alii! agree to annulling the aet * f union. After sew sal members had acquiesced rn the premier’s views, King Oseai with visible emotion spoke as follows "It is a painful step which the council of state calls on me lo take. My conscience tells iii’* that I have (luting my long reign always striven towards the object I had in mind af the limo of n y accession, namely, the welfare of the brother peoples. lf is truly painful to me to contribute to the cit a ut.ion in which I -aw tin* independence. s«>-happiness of the united It how* vc i. I arn ready lr* ait thus i* is in < Ider ti) avoid a «fj11 worse evil and in the conviction that the union without mutual accord would bring no reel advantage to Sweden ” “I have acted ” the bing said, “in lo lr. justice by a<:- it eo*** urn rh* union    is net    vvr»iIii fbi    gambles w Iii* Ii ail id • ii ion would entail *\ i:11*iTi which Norway would be t ort i * I in such a n ann* r. would in «tf ’nile v. Im to Sw* iii n. Th* king «*m bubd with •vpressin* tin bilic 'v .vt ti* Swedish pet 'pl* w mid l*e trunk *1 rn ca mn*.*-- and pm • ifnee aid that God would give th* n strcngtl a nil    coitv    ti it arain within i ti e i r o vv n f re ut .* rs what they tm* < i- * t>\ th* lins* iii* ti i t I ti* ai * ti. ilb    nm    i stv st <*\v* d    mal kid cine-* mn wh»n    h*    *if* ii* ** to tti*‘    recent ‘vents ,, i Vor wav nm a th r na 5 th .it ho a* t ten was dictated ! y f* ■ the tim welfare    * ‘ th *    t v    o c*amt    * - I • ♦*,    v . s I.*    ai i it    tens*    !■ c* a* * an ii ibe- • :* ai *- in    many    • y • v vvhii* the stern erat ii v < f th* nuij* my "I the fairs    ^ . i    \«    • , , t * * ti* •    «f    deep appl* ci at 'n I.    o|    Tie t i IT? ii    I    «sv if th* oi I * y ss ion. When b» l- ne ic * i * • in* It ab *1 'he 1 pi* s id* tits I f th*' ' ham 11 rs st. pm d for vv:. rd    and rn    r    «    veil    l*nt    as-uv j am * a id    th* levi    I bn of    lh*    * ham la rs ! to hlc ma b sty* I’nlMin to Mr*. c.**g» r« Windsor. Vt , J urn 2 2 A Ie tfer "ii-tanning poise u anil making an olfer of $2.U0O if 111* : • I I’Sl Cl.1 * v. re giv«ii to Mrs. Maty A lh mrs. who ti. be hanged her* Friday for th* inure* r of her husnswul. was received I v Super-int. lid* ut Lovell it the dale \ i -son Wedn«’sday Ti •    * ?:♦ r v. us turf cd over to i he I* ic! a I a ut h< mil s. Fan Francisco, June 22. After hold mg I,(HH' persons at hay for two bouts shooting nine people and defying th* police, Thomas Kohl), a maniac, killed himself. The insane man was barricaded in his room on th** fourth floor ot Hi* I’uit* d States Hotel, 122. Rddy stiect He \\ eni to the pl a e Tuesday night and Wednesday morning began throw lug furniture from Hie windows to th** siree! several persons narrowly es caped b* tug struck.    Then tie    betrail firing using a shot    gun. He    piaceil    j    ,-iIy    ol    \\*>rce?t» r. JuO and $HK) bills in    th** muzzle    of Hie    |    \\    h    the appeal ame    of    Hie    president weapon and fragments of the    |Kiper    |    npim    the t hi | la(to!    iii    the thiong    burst into a roar id * mei*-. Passage to the j stint wa,* quickly made, the prcsntent Lh>wing constanHv to the acclaim of iii* i 'owes In vp:t* of the rain th** , pr* sidenf rtnli in an open carnate.) Hi*-    hefting multitude .rove    him no    j * I |    ii ii it > t*i -ii. Pron' the    moment    j *d I    - entering iii* carnage tile tumult    \ \.o    tn • -a"t and as the    pa rad*    I iii*\ a President •; <-** cit ff inaiiioi | with lo ad l>a re bow ing to I he people, i All Hi** way lo ('lark college, a dis-J tan ■ *d about two mibs, the demon* sir t .(Ti <oidium<1 ! Sidell! ('att ('I I It. WI ti' tv I cl <' I a r i «■ »* ’if attended by •)♦ i ber*- of th*' J I. tv I • < • I\ ♦ <1 P < * ub ut House\♦ It I It* West entrant"* of th** (('bet shs r* d him * 111 c« t Iv to the pri v at*' . pot P!*si*b*nt Wright whereabout .; n : I • we I e devoted In ai*, I i* ’ Pion. Th* joaib mi** proeess'ion wa* H*n ti>nrc*‘ And th* march taken) t* the (.'Impel VV    lure    'll-*    firs! «oin» ic* I » :a< ut * \* r<    is* s    <d    tin*    i tdlrgr vf i h ti «* pi es id* nt ha:*l • * me to honor '•*!♦ hell! Mter tin* party had takin ca * s ti the plat form the audience was -cited and Ho. Iii George Harris. mum lent of Amherst . oll**ge, offered * rnva* at * ii lit. Hamilton VV viable !♦ ’,'.* cd Ho* * * r ii 11 * ii of th** i\    Aft* i in    si,- President Wright p • ii* hr .; iii*    ll. . SIMM',    ill I rod iced ii* tm * eh    in pi v as    'I he Presi- * ii I    Mr It* os*    \ * ; -|H.k*    briefly ad- riisv rn . ; ** f *• Pi** dent Wright end Pr* sidciL Iii*! s. ''adnate* of tie I * 11 \ * r s i t y iii th* college ami id ti an*! vv* men o' Worcegtei “ In **i*rt ’n id:    t hall do little »M*ep: by *.•, *    * t iii!- rat im • I Hic address to ** t u h    w*• I    .-a\«■    pist    !isteu» *i ft i'm IT da!*ie    What    the    ^p;’t,«' * ,i i * I applies thoroughly to tvv* men * •«ii 11 -« *t whom I ani I.!.- to-c;» benati r Hoar two vears ago tnilnc* . ■ •ie to p’oinb# to < .1 •* lier** t>t till I < ci ass ion to '.n *:    Pr* m lent Wright ‘ as ti** I* ad 'I ’Ii!- college t'omit”-' Ii» in si)! ii ,i man a ll for sia ti att* t hi r nan. I > * ’’n! ! ti*»t 1 * I \ - ** I lie ' * ne - *. Turning lo iii \ • Iii * Hi* r > * * - ’d**nt i on!inui**I Win F* cat**. Ho.o vva-» a Ii/* *1 ’ I ’ Lit ii* vt cr jc. ' tire ot * I » j piHlr m r\ it I * t. ‘' At the conclusion of President f{oos®v**?t’s mi dr* ss ii. >b m« • "f th** * o!I♦ *gr x\« I •• mufti ct d ny Pre- id* i I Wright an** ibe-r f ti e university n* I Presiden* Hall. *'r * si»1 • *?;f Ho-ise\el! I re* civ *! the * bu* re* of lim tor ot lave I from th*' univ* rvit \. Th* pre-id* ut ii1 I party then retired and soon afteiward I* ft f* t ll*'1 v Ci'tis-’ c«iiic-e <*\ Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them    :    :    :    : were scattered all over the street. rte first pet sot. he hit was shot at about ; la oVlocK. v tug crowd quickly gathered and hundreds of men were prevented from passing the place bv tear of being killed. Street car tmff" was ult ire iv ;ust»eiit cd hftc. one int had been fiie«l upon and its windows broken. A* S o'* I*' k Lieut I.'in Tiieen of iii* police rushed i stioiig .squad to th* si’-ne. among the oft! being ti'' Members ot t*ie » rn* k rifle team of the j ib pal nu* ut. They were unable !** ? ac*cnip 'sh anvilling. bovveviT .is 'he J maniac was sirongiy int t en heil in his ) room and Appeared ’** hav»* an lh limited amount **i ammunition. 11 was dfci mit.ed that ll* mult he captured, dead ’*r aku* ami all th* j iud .v adjoining lo- 'Tic In* in *i i* •' w ( re *p. :< i. \ * cd '\ it h ai in* I • »ft" et -A bv. Iv J,.-, .ole vv <- I »-i ’n thi 'Ugh the door, ransom and walls >f lh** mailman a st! utl hoI<1    ■*> which h** !* spoil sh d with remarkable rapidity The plaster w.i> -a*atfen*d from the .tiling and w lib and the police vveic ‘o*»ti co** r—d with white flakes and; Iv blinded bv *1 * *    ’.’Ul**. Ofl'ctT bassan* att**n p *d " oner through th** transom when he r*'.eived a charre tf o' v hic! disfigu!td b's la * in*l com pl* I v md1*! ti is helmet. I * * ti officer 11 it* bins d* si mb*.l fi .un t > •* roof to the room vv indow, while th** oth* r 'Mill* ell.en made an atta. I ii force or the do c When Hut* hin-• aw h* aal n - at tent ion vv i« iii vet t.-d L gave a pr* r • ant *1 -igua’ I f \ bring his revolver Hearing ‘L-j report hon, an unexpected (plait*! h* nim b*r* u- mat" tushed fo th* ‘ w indow which "as open, and literaHv blew oft th* lop of his own head, be I a p> and ftagmenIs of si nil fly it g I through th* air t" th* h it'"or of the | th*)’.’ at Js of sncct. t*d who had av $ cm Id d t* th' ne: ch b< rho* a1, w hi* Ii I is n* ai the h* it t ot Ti*- * 'v Tb»* bod’, of the ad n an has j i lentified as it it « \ Th*-uhs I about sh rn a ti his p*)( ic*f vv a d* * .NS ll! ill iud a r* c c' thai he w rn t tan . If you need an inexpensive dress Now is the Time to Get For in order to clean up every rem-nant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : it Come in and look them over and get a bargain :    :    :    : Yours to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH SCO. Cash on Delivery of Goods. CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. * Mea n ♦ * PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded by Bay or \Y**ek. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    of    Service. Allen Livery Barn South Town-*ml Ave,,    Phone    t*4 agre Lug vc:*) - ai pm ’ rf d a d r;.'u **r net I - i? d b* a rill!*, I ItritLh consul u *n bb, c an In * ad n«*ml I! gc -bowing' \ a1 m * n Mi I lift, ( I f * n * I Mas Wciim-d.iv 11.*if l**g*» liiivi isai y and »IcgI * “ *t ii l« I * )| Ta Ka Ii 11 a t he J \\ LD* igl i 'S I »'l**l*rHlr tup 22 I . cill',It* ii i t 8 ►*'S * • IVV cd ll** I ut laws up* :t ti, iii is til 's I OI ; fit I id It mum ary i\i)g* >' ■) • t arui I .I » ri nrr VI i I .aw i * ’n • K an Dailey, a pie* ta < he '. t Ll* it ' * I I Hilt j)‘ H't. lur* 22    .1*1    n    A. .I** . cd * I,ira mer- Mi i;;- d : add* nlv at hi; * uarali ti* t \V* 11 * i - € itll * * ’tnt a I i r t-11 .»f I. I' *• ■ Kmpoti.1 .'Kart 1 ne 22    l*"snop*b ut lie* au-c ol iii health. Fred KU nim. ; German lartnct. sln*t biti. * ii'h the hi aid WG ne aday. l« was Vadito- do. MISSOURI’S OIL FIGHT. Ilrtriuif «if I tlil»n«-i* Ii* *•»in**«l Hrfur* -IU, mi * iii i-« loller Xii Out DV :* t *> I. I nu i*.. St. Louis, ' n * * * i tvial y «*l I he Si v a t It** Iii *-1 w it ti* NIR BULL — “THESE BLAWSTED ENTANGLING ALLIANCES KEEP ONE VERY UNSETTLED, YE KNOW!” rii.KKolut ion thought I curtly and kingdoms. tyre noQ fee oho tfcfin* A L. .Stocky, m;i-- * til . ompanv VVcilin sda\ vv »i* ti U,*    • i**-;»t mg ol lh* nit 1 it ut* *1 by Xtii i ttcv Gen* ra! Ha<lb*y of Missouri i* yoke the chart *rs ot tin- St mdard j Oil ompany. th** Watt is rictce HL | (*mpan> and the Hcpuhli* (til. cinp: ny j was resumed h» tor** St** * tai t )ininis- J r ion* i Anthony ti lh** St. la ct is *\pp«l i late court room. Mr Sto<‘ky, stat* *1 that in some parts j ot Missouri his company (ame into competition with the Standard company. iii other parts with the Wat* rs-Lierce, and in some sections, wh'ie {.(cording *o the witness prejudice ex isled age inst both tun* *rii?, with th* Republic (til company. Hp also toM of an att* rapt to in (im •* the company of which Ii** is an officer to entei into the agreement by which the state i- alleged to have been divided into separate fields of operation by the three d< fondant companies. The Republic ('it coml tny was formerly known as the Senti* bl. Schnnicr A Ti at*Ie company, and, according to Mr. fitcvky's I**.1 t.lmony cord ii* I hm-imss I' latton; existed I * twi er h* la*t t * r concern and tis company. hut as <>*>n as the name wa- changed, the w Rn s; Mated .th* company made “t'trifie crives at our ’nuiners.' Model BaKery.... K\ or Athing Lr(x>(i to eat always on natnl nt the Model Btiker.v. Broad. Cake*, l*ie*L Uookies. (’undies. Etc. See him opi>osite the jKw.toftiee- J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. PHONE. 124. aaaMlflitMaiHIHIHMMIMHHMHMtlHtlHIII* The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE. President.    INO L. BARRINGER.' Vice President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst CasLer $50«000#fti 20,2f Th. Oh the Govern- Capiffll Stock, -    -    -    ------ Undivided Profits. -    -    - Blanks’Furnishcd and Remittances Made t mcnt on Tow n To's, TDA. CHH KASAVV NAHON. IND. ITH. ;