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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 \  j.  tv KK1’ \ OCH KVR ON HIK WHA MUCK   We Write-  Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance .  .........  HARDIN & JONES  Office Frout Ko. ms Over Aa.. Nation*'. Hack  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ========  INDIAN tekeitoky , monday evening. JUNE 26. 1905. _________  HEADACHE  If you are suffering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at*  Barker & Webb’s  soda KOI 'XTA in.  NUMBER 84  Oxford Comfort  How your feet ache anil burn these hot days for want of a pair of cool and comfortable Summer Oxford's. 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  5 $1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $3.15 $3.50#  Pitched Battle in Streets of Lodz, Russian Poland Between Sol-diers and Strikers.  Ill KllltD AND HUNDREDS WOUNDED  Officials of German Foreign Office  Busily Engaged in Dissecting Premier’s Answer en Morocco.  MANY POINTS OPEN EDR DISCUSSION  Remnant Sale at  *//u\  Hospital* of < It* I »»>« «» to Onrrllon •"« ■"*• I Many Injured Lying on the. » »«* ,r  Troop* rrrvrnt ituriiloc of «i#i*ri*nm* ut OIH***# by Rioter* «li»or*ler \i»tUU»*»t* •* at Warsaw.  Main difference Now Seem* to »>« a* to Whether lite Two * ountrle* shall Have a Separate Agreement 1‘renlnn* to the Meeting of the International Confer****** No I tenement Apparent.  }  Every new style, shape, color, kind, toe and last, says “come.” Can't duplicate our Oxfords and the price, at the same time, at any other store.  (COX-  J Dry Goods Company. ■■  Lodz, Russian Poland. June 2a. Since early Friday morning this *Uy has been iu a stale ut panic, rile strike ^ general and all the fad cries and shops are closed. Barricade" Im'' b*  11  erected at many points, which troops stormed. Rifle volleys anti re vole* r shots are heard continually.  The casualties up ti* noon Saturday  s Xupi-M OI papunoM Jo lie 11 1  fl Si IT© appalling total. So far as yet ascertained lob persons were killed outright during itie fighting of Friday and  4 *  more died iii the hospitals during tie  1  night Of the wounded KIMI sustained only slight injuries which were attended to on the spot by the am bu ame Burgeons AU the hospitals of the tit >■ are tilled to overflow lug and owing to the insufficient number it beds I many of the wounded ar* lying on the floors. All the shops, stores and factories are closed and business la at a complete deadlock. I he rioters Saturday morning attempted to 'Ct hr* to the government offers but were s< uttered I" a strong tone of troop:-  Chairman of Equitable Directors Explains the Alleged Padding  cf Society’s Salary List. _  ■e  111  ^ ,l ® 1   NCTR;N6 WRONG IN THE TRANSACTIONS  Widow of One Officer »»*■ l’*l*l IU* *aiary to Eld of Vwr-Th* l ir«t * lerk  r  ***' ploy rd by the KqnUwUle. It** Hon I’aUI *3.500    * tor *• * Penalty toe  rim*.  The tv. ut > > X UUU TiS  whil: epit w h v h 'in.*  Ti a* $1 c *e  an11 *u • tJ I I find * t *’  . . i mn in*granted bin eave ii at si hi v " lib pay  • I ISI ' I : 11 Ii I, S'* Cl. -in< C  •• !;a ! be* :    IU    sh*' ?*av  \ * r nu I.ti. but bv win s ' • i t v ct I • * n abl** to  THE CHICKASAW FRAUDS.  Warsaw. Russian Poland, dun* Stephen Okrjria. tin* locksmith threw th** bomb int* 1  'in* Bra-a station Match 2*’*, in .tun -iv J men, has be- ti s' nl' ti« **d to • ? » hI It workmen tin eaten a eneral strik* a constquene** and further seth s order is anti* i; a’«*d  The v*e. :s ar** In av >Iy patrolled Cossa* s s and infantry A was inurdei' d ti »lie sir*'*’> night for r* fir- mg to st t il *  St. Pet* rs  1  kl. Ice _ ■    \    *    cot    ding  to adv ic* - received h • tv 'lo sit na ti, n ii Poland i" again . \> * e« ugly serious. Censored dispat* Ii*" fr<un Lodz, thou ut string few details. indicate ibat fel* # v*veet fighting was -.n progress I riday between iii** military and tIm* strik ins: workmen. who barm ad* d Im tho! o ’vI.tares rn various quarters of ti*' city end offered i cs: st anc* wl »ti *  work un ui.nl... Iwi•”«*■*  m "  w,, V" : *'" ,T h r'  . ci.n KasHw warr«nt|ea'l»n.lwo-»'!"«!i». >«.>•(•(> - *>••*'  N«w \v-rk. .lime JI* -baul Morton return* d !j**id \\ ashing toil Sat ut day jy    - t-*suiT' * *Ii rs    w* uu as * bait in a ii ol  th* Equitable so* civ lit was in conference during t in n i i bins, w it h rc{ r »■-sen.tam*s * the -'ii* t accountants win a re ut emu ii investigation of  KOB.* New I » *»«>* I Cornu * re«l l»% th* i.raiul Jury VV lti« Ii May Urine K*p**rl.  AtdrrTr* I r Jnn^ 24. - Contrary io expect at * us, th* federal grand tory od no- 'i mph * investigati* n * t lr. <i" and mal.? a r*  Jti iv ad jtii! rue* I ut  1  -1  a ' TM.t it Iii. I ’ epot t IS  ie .a r* to iv .ic-;* d that as many as,  , .. n ,.i and ’he mob nu*! that it '•" ins.it* re • u lieu.  fit’I etui  indi« tn * hts  it.* I " t A • t ■    '•  •t '■Mid. Tilt  ll1 "     an    bl1 '     l ""'    ■-  d >itir,Im «1,|.    '--'I  [.Mi J or. it . t.l. Lrapl    Ital  '\    ..I    im    lianes    of    '    I    *    ’nubia    v  it as man> as  1   will  in  th* Fe, .ta i• affa r ti on Mr 'oil' i . >a  referv bra; h* fat t her res ara .oils Uniiite •!*! ta 1  im lion    I'* * in  ;  I is  the month, when h* ashing ton mf* rn.a by t jot wit Ii t he ca' > d*  md* t I> 5 " dire* -• hi ongh his se<-i,(i i * I it * ii any  would he in-:o take siith mu] th* end !» • ims t*i  • vet hi" e*>n-lartnieiit. Mr.  u* r  ads  im*  all  hit  (  ll  cr  pa  til  a* of VY ne  Morton will re! am iii town lh has in (ii* ated ’hat h* pr<-poses usa.' h**r<  ;Ii; i-ugh he t eat* d erin allowing  ;M  t \ I ri» } v • el l ad v a* at ions. Concerning he men whose names w« I*- said t** I*  ;I1  the salary list of Fq lit; bl* sot i* f  v ti nigh ii* long-m , h< *-* I vt * * t 11.« ompany Chaim an Paul Morton made pubic th*- b low lr,', stat - nu t't:  “Pa. E. vV r . 1..* in ***t I v as tin* irs* rn* flit -J *lir«-«-ti a ot th I '..putable, ll* died Inly IT, P**M ha \ ire s*uv*-d for 45 > rats as < hi* I    • I dire* :  *r Hi.*  Man was $2*.iK"‘    • »• aittmni md ii  as out in u . a: I naiti rn hi- widov t<i and it * ' ni ne  1  )*■ “nil" r, PHM fin i ■ w hi ii tmu ta J m- '' iiS  been pa i*i.  ■-[lr, En un rd (''ii';- was .leered m««]:- a1 *lir*-«'tor in >»*nt.. ISP aud v.ts retired F* I tin  ,M  '"i *»n a*'Omit of a tiro.* of [ira Iv is!     wit h the  rind* i"tan* in-* that tin .socii iv *■*>’11<I aval! itself of his «ervi**e«r i s consulting medic: I director.    medical  dire* tor I <* r* < «iv*'d a salary of *•-(Kin a y* ut' w hi* It was • out in tied until .Tan I, Pto.'i. it which time owing to his inability to perform active service it was redtti’ed tv* fPhtihO pet an-fium. This sum I- still being paid him.  “J. E. Loring, registrar, was lim first 'blk employed bv th** l*.*;nital Ie. He served ti -«xietv b r > v*ars in positions of I rust • nd for more than 25 'tars was <hi*f of the society’s security department, in Chicago. Mis salary was $ >'i per annum, and on April 3d. Ft" ) he left the serv ice of th* society tin account of ill health, and hi; salary was c.intinu**! as a pens ic n.  “C** rte ii. Squire came with lh* - * cm if ty in S< pf em b* r, IHM*. His salary In P. ci was $:?o Mifl. During August, of that year h< lost a leg. and t* m-porarilywac incapicitated for work.  ii*- w.»ii:  * ' I i * ’• . cal ;,u.    •  Of oft * • ws'I b« h ; .1(t*d.    ‘  tref '* •! i' U .tv*: K .tenI ’ I rant . as*  ,i th* fa int'* i w Sa I .< n ai -\ *•: t ,-t res * th# **♦.!,    .  blit ion it* I the bun iv t'ti' unus-  . nu part - ,.u Nation  ilo-ing. ’' is Mini! ens *>t  it  : LI  It  'n* . 11 ! u  v ! *' * I ,i \ • -1 Lated -tat**!, "MI  or Janu's tin* wargive for  int’ it aud i.  n;  I ive  interior dr pa it meiit. * *>\ er  Mil.  lim  Wa  port to tit  big n d* tail  ! * * < pot * '. I f • • * I    ll I    I *    Ct    I *  i he I* * * nil    r •    ' *    : n    ♦    ut  lar.Lo ." n.' * t io M* shy . * ut ♦ - • i ' i t-  ! b*  us ti* *    vv ta>    is    hi     1  •    ’     ;  '  port i*    Tit    -I*    pal I n    *mt  THE MENTOR WRECK.  Ohio I UM*rct«>r *■' f.nlifiiml* I-,11.ITI*  v n lt< ll MMK <>| • ll* «l Int# si ti.MI Alt* VV Iii. ti «    til.’    Ii* '.Ut  vent art o ,f  1  n .da c ut  ii is ii.it known whether tit* hghtu was i ontinued last n.ulit. bu! it s fe* cd that order can u* 1#• r***I only heaw "centi* . Loll Tuts t-e* n in a ftitrnol tor the pc."' 'hr** 1  days. lie strike, wile ii .ill 1  ’J* *•." •' nob VV :    et  •Ippeafs ro have entir. > lo."’    - **iu‘-  inii nature and is now a v.t>t poll teal n*.ttiit•*"'at ion Ail ' : in- **t    (  ;l !  •’  business a> to iv na'** be*-n susp* nd»‘*l. *ln p* aceful '.tiiaiutaii s t .nta nim u-i I n) t s I ti fear « I ’ heir Ii' cs.  Berlin, June 25. The foreign office otfi* mis ai*' busily engaged m studying | the French note on Morts co. th*' nuts- j mil I* ngth ct which will accessarily j delay answering it. Ltup* sot WiPiatns j ubeente at Km I. the f*»rei|L n ‘ flu * "-ays I will * aim* to* ti* lay in the negotiate to inn smut h as h*‘ is dftllv informed on all po nits and his d* * im* i s ar* t» r * inpt-  ly given.  Hie rttidy of Premier Bouvier’*  nraiwer progresses t lie I ac I lie* times evi- j dent ti.at he has left many points « \ * a I t*. dis* ass ion anti from "hi* Ii int th* r negotiations • an continue. lh* gt» >t |  ♦ st e.iften nce row k** ms* to I e in agre* - j mg * u whether Germany and Franc* j rf.all "«* .% to i* a* h a eeparate aglee*- j in* tit b**fi»ie the me* ting of The *< nf* r- i tin- thus * iminating many matters | from intermiti« ital ai tion t.ttmany I ai phi* ntly hob's th* view that it would J t>« un »*-t ct discourtesy to th* t»o"«' j w i i< ti tiav ♦    11* « d' agt«♦ d to a11end j  the . oiiferem* it  v  h« ar rang* ti any . mattcl - bt t*in i.atid with Fiance < ft.» la! « :;*!*"• litt* contin’* * Th t« I- ! low rte ah air wi«h k*«n inter* "t *    *    ,  without anvTl iny ;ik# « icitmert mat h i lies* i..ii**'". in* limn lei.s. They watth:  »! is# !\ * t * t; < ' * ut* i ’ « t    pal    ii* * I ini*    *■  I in Franc# and '' ‘ ti* • •    - '    r* * *’g’r i/.ed    j  tfi.it ’he Pl*’n Ii I a tyl*    at    arg' I a    *  lf (•" n in uh less » *i«i u\    i ut" ti* ’ o' .    d    |  I ;♦ rmany in 'lie la.-t few * *iiic corre- , sjK n*i 13 v ith ti.# wauing influ* at* * f I I the n: ' ionali-T < * r; • ’ tmliTuty  1  ORI-' ork man I binal iou in Fren-h polities, -erne an*-i ling the * iety still pi. vail** Hi Berlin lest th.  !, ,.,b i« - t P.#-1-pp* >m t it ii tot he i i ♦ n* h vox»i ii mo ti t .. c. ti - i* c* ell in inflaming] the passion* «*f lh* people and arouse a si * TTH vv I.'i ti the r* I ildican I* u*!» t s . would b»* unable ’*» withstand  Mnpiinl it. Fete* rn iii.  lo ndon, lune 24. It iv "ignifi*ani of i Pc a. ut en* *■* of ti* « 'isis still « Histing j la t w ce ti F .Mi i' . t»! i»* nm* ny t tai t ie Preucli com ’ i til* 1.1 !if t?-e«i to trails , i a ii u g**• f t' ut a. « ? t» "p* n«b n» at Paris in I b . w a*" stat* d t hat I r» ii. Hi i# wa" .idol ting a fit nu t j • *• ■ ,b utwatd •<* ntany. base*! ai on I a pron is.- »f Fug i is It • ipp*u t El si ?■ att na 1.1 i" *    ''ad already has  had ti* .Ae*! I*’ mat* th* situation | inor* i t i f  i» , ! ' f an eve r. I I is ’" f h* j t.i - I t inn -ii*'. Fie D'*lot11cd    tut  .gainst •!» itj.il t* on the day *t 'he j U i. f  j;,i , f Presbi* t t Faille ; hat lh* gov nim ut has int* tiered with **b-I -ait s  Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them ^o :    :    :    :  lf you need an 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 iii and look them o\er and get a bargain :    :    :    :  VV I »  alii« I u o Tin  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, HEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  i! those defraud ut «!i i*rs of ...iiiI Agent i ta t i men t < if  O tunic a l e  ss in-1* b  - (in. * I I birn ii fonds and ret n d I r* in  lh, J TI  < - it v «  !( if L  tb I  \\  si* I i:  p  o Jacl-j>. dor *‘f t Hilo. Ii ' •re in* itt-  , ' Fits'-, iii h  ,n dy \v♦* * im •• • r jot it v as bI* I. ll. f i all r* i I crj et I a tor inay  a*  I inteii-\\ ll*'! ll v ♦ mn inca v f • know .  Short*  Opem* ie said.  ,.,ed i n* u orts are  he j * i i * t rater luny u« N '  ll  tho !g ll I oth'th* « oi u pa ny and our d*-partment am working « n the case. I <lo t.l it thitjk the sp** ti *f The train lad aux thing* to do itll Th* " reek or t he n a ni lur * J j • < pl* |< i 11«* I iii* ii u in Per kill*'*) "ar due to the fart that dinner was just over it lid th* in* ti had gone Ruwf.nl to th* smoker. Fast trains sir* t nu re habit to accident than « 'it* re I* r th* v mal** f* "* r st*»i s ;, tv *! many iKcomodsdh ti (tains run :t fasf bt J vv*» n stat hun as iii*  Cent orv  Im l'rt*#'r\i* rani l{#i#r# <* lim **•».  Boston. Jim** 21 Prou.in* ut «itl-7 ens of Bo" I on si \ • t ti de rf a ken J movent*ut loo- nu. to th** i»ur» Ila"# aud preserva ion i t 'he bom*' of I aul Rail i, , w In* Ii > 11 un cd in Not ’ I - *; tain. this city. It is intended ’ Lo * til* building "huh is now U"*"<l as a ten* i ••ut ho is** x iii b** i> < ;*‘*1 to  ; tv original I « omlifioit as    nert'    i' as    ; c-- bb*.    I    he  ! Pons* was Inuit    \ i* r    to ' ,v 1 n ti ti    i s   ii:,* id*’,# st u I' i"11u 1 . "till    ' riding  in 11 - - n’ ii i' y.  Vo, \ lltolllohllc IC* i n, J.  New Yolk. .lull* 25 Fit' Vaughn, Who 'tatted    Ft ic ..    Ii. Kultur*    t     ! >  'ace track    at VoliUrts in a -    cond  > at tempt to br* a k ■ mobil*' t mc* rd and ai I* IO a. in. Tin? minutes and 50 s»*t ands alt record «*stal ished ast  i» IJK'O tv * 11* - anto-t (iv* r< d N50 thiI '8 i- t wo houi s. lour ad of the bv  Vpi ii  Charles ti. VV ridge way ton Beach Track.  at the Htigh-  I'or a I mr.wmil lir%ol«tl«n.  VS ii I ita.    Kau.. J rn* 2*>    i>t    Lj e  H D* Waal. . Huh rn ti * * . is h* re in,ie* iv wit. ut:    up 5 titer eft it! flu*  \frii ar-ie; t    a    *    •    '    •     f    r ~ l 't  tbrn w I    u h    hio- tor tt> • I * * t     - ‘h*    «•'* r  a r>u    * th* IL it "ii "    pr* nuTi'    n tb*  Tint waal. He I as little 'n say eon mi ii.g I is I. "" - ll. st!.' UU- That *    -  in* r* lx    i 'ti    a • < t u i*    cit !    VV aa  was a bt igad* on.ma'der in Hi* Ho r war and was cap- sr**!    \ (I*n. Max  well and hebf * ii #*n»-r ti ta* Bermuda" j ut ii the * I* " of war. lb is tifid* t tianislim*t.* fn iii ' u nativ* country I* r alb s * *1 ’**s*    ii'.'    si•    :    i\iiig    Fd  v aril  i (iiiHitltIiic t ntln«»rrK to 'I#■#*1.  Win bington. int!, 2 V meeting « ! th*' I • J sui ins ' t in*-' rs of 'be I til s. an ia*...I com to is " i* ti wa" -alb I Saturday to meet u Washington on Sept em b« r I. and icxn" ail i ! ari" lur th*’ c*H»Ktrti* I ion of the Paramu mil and make i monimendat i »H: to the , oinnt’""i*u’. I In* "ti" ill inc. engineers ar*’ anth'u*i cd loco loth*  istbn. im if th* v de* in it u* "ary and  minority t.poits at** requested to be mad**. There are ’ I inemh* re of th*  , (insulting hivird. a n'Tub* r of them being" foreigners.  •\r  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded •*> Hay or Week.  Sat is Tact i« *h (Ttnaranfe?d.    I ?osi  Allen Livery Barn  South T* wr,v Cli Avn..  r vie e.  t"lone t**r.  Austin College. Sherman, Texas.  Hlg'h grade ccja’*' tor young’  met  Tvv  coll CSC  gun  • yea ruttily * -  , g* *0*1  I v bai ,m’: ii ami at It loti list class boa rd vt, ti  ipt'ciaI ist -  preparatory experienced library. * ie-. large gym-park. I aths.  Biff  it  for Methmllit S#'I»#H»1 xt VImiiIIm.   1  Iola Kan.. June 25. George K. Nicholson. ti eapitaliGt if Baldwin Kan., ba" -  announced that be hail given IB 1 .-(MKI for til** establirhm«'nt ot a Manila i ruining school for missionaries. J be school "til be under »b<* direction of Bitthop Oldham of India, bishop of ’he md .. | Mot hod! st < bt reb, arn, will Im* known us the Florence p,. jVlcholson Memorial sctlO* d  A  Ti  electric i g litsr Refining^ ('hri"ttan iutlucm • >. Next session opens Sept * . P. o’>.  Ad ti rC"S  PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE.  Shennau. Texa  Model Bakery  St. Joidih’N IO»Krl»i*il I winblr*.  St. Joseph, Mo., Jute 25. Ll#* director!! *f <fu \V*st.rn League Ii* Id a n** tic. g lore Friday tog bf and delhi* J that utileK! a stocI* company is formed to take over th* St Joseph team the franchise "ill It** transferred. A moling ot citi/ans looking toward th* foundation of a lomiany will I"* held ♦ ally next wok. President O’Neil will remain here until the inci ting.  Taillight Hr Uh,I shut IU# FiUcntl.  t'hleago. June 25. Frank R. Me* Carny on. a wailer, believing that lie had shot and fatally wounded a friend and was liable to arrest, committed suicide, lie had been quarreling with Ii is wife, and when two friends in-t erf erred It** tir**d at one. Marshal. Marshal was unhurt, but M* Fumyon, believing otherw ise, turned the rev* Ivor on himself, flying instantly.  ll,thou),    at Panama.  Pima'n a. Juno 25    \ fatal *ase *'f j  bubonic plague ct« hit* d at I a Po* •* | Friday. The mnsfant arrival of I steamers from int* ' ted South Ameri-, nr) p*>rts " hi* b are recei\*’d at La Boca withiMit u*TV extra precautions being taken must Im a source of contagion. The dead ti an had been T hing on board the British steamer Chili which th*' authoriths cf (ituiya-*i iii would not alow to enter that port.  (H#r<'iin>^ Ii* Iii**.  Chicago .June 25 - Six pen-ons were evi rrome bv gas in a boarding house Rep* by Mr t. Katherim Maria at eolith Chicago. All "err unconscious md it wa" at first feared none w* ald | survive. Physicians, however, su«-#*< dcd in resuscitating all of the six and said all would mohahly recover except George Maria aud Mark Marka-iich. The gas came from opm jets in the kit* hen stove  • • • #  Everything *5*mh1 to out always on n:nni ut Lip Model Hakery. Hreiui. ( ukes, Hie**, (^pokies. t umdie^. Etc. M»e Ii un oyn>osito iitp ptv-toftice.  I The Ada National Bank.  W    mu    uncc    ovn    i    rarrhuf,FR' Vice President  TCM HOPE. Presfdcnl.  FRANK iONES. Cashier  ('n pit a1 Stock, - - -Undivided Hrotit-. -    -  i\0 L. BARRINGER.! Vice President ORVILLE SNE AO. Assi Casher  ......$50, Ot H). DO  - - 90,200-00  to the Govern-  Blar.ks Furnished and Remittances Made rr.ent on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION. IND- TEK.   

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