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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 27, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 KKHI' YOl H WVK ON TMK WKATHKK  We Write  Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance . . .........  HARDIN & JONES  Office Front Room* Over Ada National Rank  THE EVENING NEWS.  VOLUME 2  DEVOTED to MAKING - ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY   A da. ‘indian territory, tuesday evening.' june 27. 1905. _  HEADACHE  If you are suffering with headache tdrink a Bromo Tonic, served at  Barker & Webb’s  SODA fountain.  NUMBER 85  'I  President Notified That First Ten days of August Will Suit Beth Japan and Russia.  WANTS MEETING ON FIRST OF MONTH  Mr. Roosevelt Ha** Keqne«t*<l that »'*>?  Merton AutM.At I, or aa Soon Thereafter  »» roMlblo-NelMoff. K.»«en »ml Ta achira the Only Plenipotentiaries >au»*« Thu* t»r.  Secretary of State Again Prostrated at His Summer Home in New Hampshire.  Remnant Sale at  SPECIALISTS HURRIED FROM BOSTON  'maim  Family mid Friend* of the Popular Staten umi. Greatly Alarmed-At Lost Arnmat*  the Patient wa* Still ConHnod to HI*  Ited-Ne.eH-lty for Opera lion Sr* ms to Have Fanned for Present.    *  This is the day when every true American citizen should  nut on his best. hick Iii' best. and feel iii' best. o do tins new clothe' are needed, for with new clothe' there is a sell conscious pride and dignity that is attained rn no other way.  Washington. June !7.—The presith nt has tx preened a wish to ’Ii* I .s. san ami Japanese governments that Hic plen : potell!iarica n**’ in the lilted States .*11 the first day of Augns* t anti it not <*n that date then at tho eat In st date ihereafter. The blowing -tate-n.ent legnrding the meeting  1 '■ tm’ pleuipoteirtiarles, wan mad* I  u 1  ut the Wh'te Hen  •'Hie president has receivetl from  both the Kussian find Japan*? 8  goy | ernnieuts the statement that th. i*’«ii-  N» whiny, N. II., bine 27.—Seen?-. liny of Stat** tohn Hay was pros!rate.I | bv an nttai k *>t ma* niia et his sumim r ham* h* re late Sunday evening hut early Monday his .ondition had I** * a relieved by a local physician and two t i e.inlift8 Who ha*! «**m<- from Button by special train ani lf wa* expected that the secretary would be soon in his M.su.ti health. The attack which was similar to ethers experienced by err* taiy Hay during recent \»aue  Remnants anc! short lengths of ciress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    •  lf you need an inexpensive dress  Now is the Time to Get it  . ill | XX  I lit  How About a New Suit, a New Hat, Some Soft Shirts, Thin Underwear, etc.  You'll certainly enjoy the day better it you are rightly dressed for it. if you outfit yourself here, you .1 be comfortable, happy and Lave money in your pocket .    •    •    •  | COX-GREER |  iv*'re tai ie ai.' -  |^Dry Goods  C olmpany.  b  ai  Governor General Has Proclaimed State of Siege at Lodz and Warsaw is Overrun with Military.  ti * ll ’ *1 TI W M!> iv , I * . r i  !  u « - n 1% is? in l ‘<  . srn; ath> 'vUh iii*' '  u  '•  n  rn at I- '<’ utl ar** e. nr* rut I th* situate i rem eh es  1  ligrio  1  ’    >’*  I he n* is re ,\ * ti .it S’ iv I- » ;>k cr * n a •» Ut  81   JEWISH DISTRICTS IN FULL REVOLT  Shop* w«*d Store* arr AU < lo*r.i and «»r-rwa.ie# Have H«« Formed »>f Overturned strrrl I ar* I gU l>»'P*r    ** f   People ».<*• Troop* Threaten Bloodshed at any Moment.  11,. \ it:* I * ms * * u* v **■ *1 a.  n t that th ' troops a rut a r* p* ait i»*n *  f  ’ i minter.' ut lx>dv ”  * hr* e big so* u- lift ic V Pl-land fire Well - -.(iii,o ain 1  hut th* th*' I ax * no * ham e « h im.* d Nt Ml *r th*   ;  ti the hind. nt r , , tv : re "♦ |»* r;>li.*-Is  * Ut it is **\ I  1»* im I * * i t*  am*-anury * n *  int b in it* J. rh* :* rt I es ii* Russian ani * d ii. I bax *' a ith«»Titie* «lain 1  ,, .a. ’’ss - mu It j. w -h ?*>• lallsU • ii- .in tai ti* tnt' what at*  potent intdes of tht* two count ii* nu et in the United Stat** durii J11^t ten <i;ixs*d August and Hi* pi*>i dent has exposed to In th pv.in-ments the wish that ‘he meeting hon * take plat'* ii possible *n tht 1  inst ut August anti -I nut on that late then at the earliest date thereaftei  M NMidotT. the Bustian rn »as<a-dor to Paris, and Baron K**st n ti • n* w I xii >s inn ambassador t* Washington are Russia's tentative -'He* tuu.s **< pl * u i t*< *t * tit • ar I • s. Mr Tai-ahi i i. th Japan* se >iinist« r here, it is miler  s ti’od ha' be* ti sri* t ti *1 I y I is u*  r et f ji< our * i ti.* t h'nii**)t* 1 1  but th* ram* » f tht ran ing hi  ♦ uvc v * an ii* t 1*1* an  1  d H I * ii* \*d th; t 'I minis Ho w able I** <oin*‘, and it is possibl I'*.hi daishal Vamagata may ta  • lace.  r I his    inf*  nuat t>,!     * om< "  a high sour* *    but a is undeist. o*  ih> formal atm* rn* - met t an I until    it is I. arn*'I    vin    lh* r    M N* Ii  oft S    lit alt Ii xvii I*    Milt    lim    to m.tk-  ti • ti.  ltoth ll**** 'nr*  ,,, t*  St.    pi ti isI arg. June    - ~ Poth ta  pa n and BUSSI;, air la'w under?’* ***! i*> have aurei ti *n 'be    * me xl*n  th.ii    |dt n« pot*mil*    *s    shad    ne* in  Washington.    It a ti I*”    during *h 8   hist ten day** *t Angust, but it* *x ait date probably >*'1! bt aun*»um**l  1\ Pl * Sid* Ut    ll 1 *-    «    ICS  'nm of pr* fedem. ♦\i.’*ntly - He  main stumbling do* it. to a pron •*« s*‘t * !• m<nt of the i timi'* r «*t i *u-oaal ne  un  d th  rn  Eft later’ to maPI Tv ;ssia  lb  th*’ *  • *'« ms  ti  :b* I  ti  , <    »-n' * ^ i’ oui  ak th*' Im in’"*  I,' Ul« i ’hat it i  a r«  LotU, Russia, Jur* CT. The governor gen* ral 'aas mr a tie d a ital*- *t sage at lax!/ Th* nu tun- **1 he’ week s t u * bro ik total *    * r tw*ixe hun  tin th rhus tat the btvlie- * t  ! ;  Jews ami blk Christians have le u butled Th* wounded numb r over * ,M> -  >onu ‘ semi am e ot * rder ha> i*e* r r*“st«n*<l mid t h* workmen -r* grad iallv r*-turning to the iaet»uies  a*  ot ia jHised The rid* rf  i  bu’ * o th*  at air fit  ..I! \ i I*  I.lite ;» Military Hi»«*»uipmr***,  Warsaw. P.'.--ian Poland. ’ me -*  The city I as th*' apl** arab-e *’t a nidi-tare *n*ampment. Inlantry ami  8  <’S-saelm are biv*»-iarhed rn the alt eels s«m .ahs,it and pat'.cis are circulant u « verxxxh i*-.  Barricades have been r-*ted at the ot-rner « t Ogrt>d(. iX va aud /.* a. in st i o bs and oeeasiona’v the < ra* k of •< r.ti* i c  heard as strikers shoot at  in '” g (U,! ^ to xii rk.  A tomb vat thrown Sunday, nmht at a carriage octupi*.! bv the *hiel  1  ’ polit * . K. Si. Pax loft of the tow n * J Oz* mux i ow a Movernmei.t of Piotr-1<OXX'    The .lljet of b-*1 ice and seven  ethel p* rsons w* re riou-ly wounded.  Ce n xlaximovit* h the got 8  inor sen rial ol Wawe.xtr, '-vas .lupolnt *t Manti He i< a iVi-n r Hetman tor chid I of the P-ii Co- re Us- On Manti :«• in imp -ml res- ; i; ’ xv?s is- rd urgmt Martini >x it* h to . ab*»uite police n -  Ii >\’ n us th* P* ’ - 1  th,. \ . re all bin*  T ’l>  .■> i-1in" go •»i nm* nt. bt u s* ♦ ming x t ii. pated a .rises hut the :• ithonti*-det*tun til*  1  k  ! ' 8 ' ’ "’-hstuiy f*'i a g< i<  r ; I ius'*ire* ’ion * t d TI i-h I wex sr. mux    n * i * a - ♦    .    a. 111  in - Mishina he ** it! nak. Many : pie .ex. that ‘lo . 'b i ♦ ral Maximt \  ri  I, is hardly en ti to th* ti -k h *t v, I,me ’I ' -bs tin bim * i- * *nt * - * d ti. Un.-i'm P<- .’lid tie a nt . "iii.s b. Hove it .ar U«‘ HH m ha ad. >T* main * am. * r ’ i- -    ’’    , i *. *  tnani’/at ions »n * thor pac -ti! .piss a a ti. xx to* h tuose in I. -inn Poland ai' 8 ' » *•'>'H abit*!.    'ti    the  in* antime ’ im  8  a >*a<us     s '     ,5h   ar UMH re*    i« n ”    "     lU  •     11m   .pMsstibi.ans are a* usa ly ’ *     !     ‘  \rni* i .fins -ii K-m* of ‘     1 sv 5   Peasant u]a i-int'- bai- also re* »’cr* d I,. , ,- \ err I    ta \ n. t-    n ta ' In    Klmikoft  vt,.** th-    • cat*-    of    ‘ : lf •«     l ’V •”  no!,I. s ta-*' I" * t»  ,i; ’  n<  '' u,i     "  1 ‘. n  tht \\**i km - r* .• i-t«’d    »**-    “    with  in- v.* rn--.ira -    *    ta1 ot .ti'* soldi* 5 ! '  .I pan s dut\ to name her pl* m e* ’en t jail* -    . for* Uiu-' i nil *»um • ~ h*  \\ ti Ie Hi*’ * va* t nan t'* t *f th* I b n*'  \ ot* r.t iit11* s has *H't b* - ll cfh* lady ar-rung* d lith pow*-it se* rn t tx have ta* ,ily ar ii * *1 on hr* < . The a* !  ml an-;;oum * ll.* ut til the ti OM* s "f the l'h-tlO j (.t* ntitlli* • is *x|‘* t*al within a ’’ *!a>s The - ui.'al stat*tom.t of  , ! l8 ‘ sitnation iv. "All V coing favorably “ The (pies!i« n * f a b'*-’' b Ii rib is! ice as -til**’, last we**k te-,rains in abox am * for ’he moment, japan it is mid* rsMwal *1* - lining * x* a to tak*‘ ut- tt>* matt*t until the nsu* 1  I involved in the Wushington rn** tin-'  s attril ated to a old ttmlranted val i  ; s iou! t * y from Washlngtoi* t*  Ne*vlim v last Saturday. lh- J L Pan. ti. lot a1 phynieian who xvas th*  •..• st one * all*«! to at** ’ I th* si* k man. said:    **Sc» r* tmv Hay s troul le has  been relieved He xv.!l need attention I,  r  i day or two. lf no ** mplieati ns hi is. he will - < n I * av xx* ll us usual He stated also that    Hr. Charles I.  S* udder one <t ll* Boston rhysitiut-a Iud returned hime.    The et tier. Hr    j  I !*d T. Murphy xv-n r< main for a 'Sax  0 two in tase un. tp.et* I vmi-t ms vim, 1*1 *;«■'•* ' * 1  p.  St cr. tary Hay I * car. to he in pain  enilx Sent! *v. Remedies whit h h.n*' pi veil it IU f ti. Ii * v M.iis ot t as,, us xx* re app'itd hut i’ailcti to help him ami l r. Kriii was <a,.-d lf* in N« xvp*-r’ lh t ti ml that iii --a bing lr* rn ti.*’  «lim* Ie et Wasbinutoi  8 *' ’I e co* >* « ti in. • i* tun «d th. I uh* S i ap* * region  th* V,-, I- taiv h; ll ’a’ • U a  v ’  X8   land    ’Slat    organ-    w* ahem    *»    pr.xi.us  1 ana*    Us    I    iii    I * *    n 'ari-*    - ! x    aff* * t. *!.  I v V o\i !< amine *h.s    ’ f\n> dfvir*    I  thai    th.    spet ialists *. s immoned fit  .rn*'    and    -V  88 >n a- po-Kl-lr lh-.;  fSeiidder    ami    lurphx xx- * 1     on 'he way j  h« re    by    sp*-nil train from    Ro-ton.  Th” Boston V Ila 5 ne railroad cleaved | ifs Ma* i v 1-0111 Hi st* n to < on* ord N. ^ ll. md the -i n ial mail* fast time hc-txvo • it a s- rh*- train th* n ► \% xx I ii > I v th.’ Com or I  1  1    i ran. h.    A latin* h wa-  to    ■» r,vex    the    surgeons  S map* • fin*! tie d * * ors , .fi p. of th* set ret ai \ at V tjui* k but f‘ ni a * i ihe    pate nt xx as  was st en thut nm - omit-  For in order to clean up every remnant in the store we xviii sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    •  Come in and look them over  and set a bargain ;    :    :    :  (Yours to Serve.  E.V.KOTSCH&CO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  it  t XX * ell  pi, .-.-cd* -I  tv I I * -i >  in xx ait mg ’*  a* r< ‘s I .al** S i * a* h* *!ln  8  Sb* * n ! n:gl i ’i • vaniinfi ma* it a ti* I it  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  a re * I * til ii* * x ' I  tim*’ ll * ’* li t V* pours in Man* Ii'-  mm ii iiii*x * ut**  n ihtfii v -»p* r, IMM-. rn at t.  , ,|. in ii e nu an *>* * n bt a x x dnxvn-•aud ’he rainx *-    .)    *    u    -    ■    **    ii - it ’ti cf  I,(‘fille dip -‘M MIX-  . THU,  ’* I* I -I  Ti \  Ii* b  I Mil I ii it iii l,»*»rr%«--  g. I bt ,’T    'I*-*  Vy   i , i na    bx lib ii 1  fbi*‘•'ii  lnl.il',. : • * K* ll ll. ti *■ ’ 8 »  . ,n * - ;- d : ll- s ti* !«fin  ll* ll  ai < old lh* 1   VTHE ETERNITY FLYER.'  Ii* ii xx bile * y« f edinaly pail fill. was not for  8 he tim* at least nom* Ruder treat im ut the patient ke«*i» chowed im pnxx rn* nt and the mussily *»f <u op* i. 11 i* -ii, vhb-h ’ a*' »>’♦”  XT as ax ♦ r’ ♦ ti. Hunng >'•*' bdl*! bait ,,t th* night Se*Teatrv    '  1  ” " ’  a '’‘'  \\y la tter ani b> n * -, Ii-a hail regain* d ’he sir. ii** ’h xx hi' Ii had ’>.*en * y ».;• 'vt. ti I x hours < t r • ut I am rn ;e,o'm *'» ’he - .L ins* aft*.’**1 'fi the «-old how * x * r. iii* physi. nrv i d I ,i, a t th* M-- ret ary should »emain ii- '' 8  »  J for a *k v or xx*'- Hr >* udder man left for home. phi.".th Hr. Murphx in j ! L’harae xx ii Ii Hr. Cain assisting  Hr Cain said Monday ti at the rn-m t, r- if NI I Hay s fs-mi'v n re -,r« ally Llarmed Is * aitse *t  ; '-*‘ fa* t tha. h* usual rem* dbs faded to give r* ii* f I and* rstnnd," ‘= i.l Hr. Cam.  1  hat Seen tan Max's pi -ut illness is of j ||ib<Mi nt ’-md fr*»m that for wha h Ii” vent 'broad tor treatnunf and for xxiii, ii he look the baths at Ba.l Neu-ht im. Should rn’md s am-h rn he has cxp.T'em *‘*1 oc*air fr* <|U€t»tlx thei is no doubt but that there >v ml*l bj i’*^’ float ion f*»r graxe aux 5  tx hut Mi Hay lo h ixe Itot 'lear of >H *langei prer* n’ instance.”  ■ST"  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.  Sati  Ho rses Boarded Ly Pay or Week. fact iou Guaranteed.    !xest    of    Service.  ,5»ia* *»' u vummhi.vvm.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Avo,,    r’hone    t*t  Im——i—■    -  Austin College, Sherman, Texas.  J, i-.ifjo Dally Tribune J  s* * - 111 -In ’h>  High grade cortege for youngs m« n. Txvoyears prepaimtory conns**, faculty «-f experience*! specialist?!, JJT*o»*I library. Ie* jjant soeietv balls*, argc gym* ami athUtile park. las" hoard vvith baths, i ghts. Refining an inrtuenrfs. Next •pens Sept * , l 8, o..,  A ddrt'-s  PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE.  Sherman, I’exas,  HUS UU*  I irst  electric Chi session  torn  On April I ( ■:.) v mi r.« ’.I*    ’    h*  Baw pa; * is t* ’I rn »i* *ly a* I in  ti  r ani - r. *.-; *■- mu x * ct:"(»r. ’.ii* mix it in*-him in *.u”    -’I    *  ii* xt day Maximovi’ 8  h tale of revolvers, i i- ! **i  . ll*' gOVUl IU ’■    ”■  ii; rs of th* Wat -it. and talked ' * lh** mos't friendly  ,    *h.-    qiKHtiOU    Of  th* rn to Mime to dil’,cul’y. The  prohit»it‘‘d the* aud cartrMgek  throughout th* x.hoi* ’ :rritory. under Ids administration. A phd to a salinate th*- c.vcruor general was iiscov-€red in ’b*' middle of 'PHI ami afterward? it xx*as r- poit***’ thit h* had tendered his lesignatior hut had h* en prevailed up >n i* 1  r« lain  8 'Tu--. On May IU a houih. -ioMh’h?' intend* <1 I**’ >h-' govrrnor    ireneral. was explo.led    in  Mlodowa    - tie* t at noon. killing    its  possessor, a xv*u-inan. and ’WO detect I yea end injuring Ai p-i sons. including till** xv« men, on** student and two tchool boys, The gov* inor gen * ral as    attending services <»’    h •  cathedral a few yards away from th scene - i im -xph - iou. Many  <h, ° at  Paxe ben male ag-ii s’ ’he governm general,    i-s» 111 * ilatsy rim* ’i- 8     *■  I*av disturbance.  Almost    It*    ’**    IU**".  Ft. Petertbunt, June ^7.- ii e red fi* 1 .  RECE. I VED A BITTER OFFER.  IK .ll Ifi-M-o" tor Heliirn *»r * l'»*  f 1  *>K«»»* *’ r  W ill:***'. *'T 11* •' I’**" '"in« nm mission,  («» IVjtnhimel**"-  ashing'* n J ne lohn F Walla* *  I  chi*i Kngi-iii* I anama  anal comn iseion. l a? rec»dx d an *»fT* r in.in an in p«'i taut *» rp< rat ion ’n ’hi-country^that carri*'^ with it a salary o* t*,*> UMI a v* at. Ti is xa‘ the rea reaeon for his -ldden «b part.ire iron the Isthmus and his ui’val iii N* \  York «*n Thmsday.  Although h*' has net as vet resign. *! hi® jMisitioi as chid engineer, ii may Im* assumed that, in x’ 8 'W of ’his oft. r. Mr Wallai o *s seii uisly connidering so, h a * oni s**.    »i-M present ralary is  € (un- in jilli« ♦* t-* Irs family, Mr. Yaiace feels that he sh 'Hid not refus” •ti hand lh* fluttering proposition which I * has re* * ived.    #••••••••••••••••••  : Model BaKery....  •    i•     .1    f.-k.v'it    alw    iv?    (>n    nut    at    the  Model I bi ber v. Bread. Uuke>. Li’". Uuukie^,  Candil  See him oppo-ite ti>e It-otLce  PHONE D4.  \ni« rican ItUhop*  s *«' l , «P fi   Home, June -7. The ’’ 8 d'*‘ Monday (cx* ,j in pc a’* siu.iienee tine Right K V. lh’xvanl John  8  D« c i 1  ll. bishop of X'sij’ially, Wash. win' presented ,hc i* port of ii- .Ro* cs.* the pope  ir.anifcftSng *11» < *  lhr  ' irori s  ‘  n ade bv ll.** "est. Monsignor lames 1)1,1;.. cradlutor h.?l- 8  .»  8 *‘ Davenport, Rev a also xx;- ret a xxi by the pope.*  TOW HOPE. Presided  . FKANK iONES. Cashier.  Capital Stork, -Undivided I’relit-. -  , r- « t » • O    N’ladc    to    tUt    GoVCltl  Blank*|Ftirntshed    Rcnuttanci.s  ment on Town  1  cts.  IKK.   

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