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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 \  KKR!' \01’H KIK OK TUR \V K A I UKK   We Write-  Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance ...........  HARDIN & JONES  troll Roc tm, Over Ada National Hack  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  HEADACHE  If you are suffering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at  Barker & Webb’s  .SODA FOUNTAIN.  VOLUME 2  A.DA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 28. 1905.  NUMBER 86  Attending the Re-union of His C lass and the Commencement Exercises of Harvard.  ALL CIVIC CEREMONIES WERE OMITTED  I  Von Buelow’s Answer to the French Note, While Amicable, Insists on a Conference.  Remnant Sale at  •lr. Kooifivrlt KrfUHHri All Minturn I M*»rt wild All I»»\I tat tun* Cirrpt Tim*** lu ( oiiiifrtioii Willi III., \ Im11 to Hwrinril -To 111 Mkt* ho A ii ii roto* ut tlir Conimriii ** UU-ut I Mu nr r.  DIPLOMATIC VICTORY FOR EERMANY  ii  •ll* l'rtrrnburif llrari I hut mu A ic rec rn#* ut IdlUn ll** n Itrm lint Hrturru th*' Two (our, trie* Whrrrhy Ciernmnjr Kwvlvrii I oiuprniiHtlou for ifiitt-rlMiiiiiog Her Int* r« A|n in Moro* t o.  <^0/?rMODS.SHOfssci0rw&  Don't forget that the Nation's greatest holiday. FOURTH OK JULY, falls on Tuesday this year.  This is the day when every true American citizen should puton his best. loon* his best, and feel his best. To do this new clothe* are needed, for with new clothes there is a scil a conscious j ride and dignity that is attained in no other way.  How About a New Suit* a New Hat,  Some Soft Shirts, Thin Underwear, etc.  You'd certanly enjOv the  day better it you  .re rightly  dressed for  ; t. fortable. happy  lf you out tit yourself here, you’ll Ho eom-and ’.ave money  ; n your pocket .    .    .    .  COX-GREER I  J Dry Goods Co[mpany. S  I 111 ii Ii  Dispatches Show a Little Imprcve-ment ic the Condition of Affairs.  EDITORS AT PORTLAND.  ABE MAKING ARRESTS EY WHOLESALE  ringleader!? iirr<    tv  hav i nj:    i  Tuesday nu  PrlMMt* nf Mi.n un AMcrt'owInc  With ilm* Mho Iii***** It****n • rrr*t*»a  WiUiiti th** t Mitt V 4 Aioi.ru—I nfpraktbU>  lUutAlltt of A o*o*m« kit I (lotlDapt—ktrik-  em W rf, k m lacttirr.  St. I * ’«* •    -1•    * I’    ! ii'* 2 s    Cher*    ’s a  couplet.* embargo un i* v.s from Lodi but gen* ralv -peaking lh** siuiatnn in Kus* .an I’, aiuj a.i a little im-provt in* i t Sui advices as hay* ar-rived it*u    tr*    j  1 ; Warsaw indicat*    thai!  the ptrriw    is    n' >    j i a r' * a I! >    sui ,    -.-(iii  and that ’n* t borities an* keeping the sit nut mr I*, * i: • w.-ri in hand The an,*!    agitators    ar* Wins;;  ’Ii* W he>-a!,‘. vor 1 "OM  i ut !»• hind sh* bars up to  nu ms  Pol ow int t b* * xamph < ri th* I .od/ workmen th v ‘a alii*-n ,ri Wat sail  built harrwari"* Et t v*- places and blood wa.** ch*.'* in defend tug th* in. Karly M, nest}  T  it.tit ;■ \< an; I*av threw a s’ t. ny passing j>a ! io! on Krorhmalna •-at**-' whereupon ti,*' Cos^at kl? rirov*' a rn wd «>t people int*) a court vard and br~*i a volley at them I.din- or we it,dine ‘Jo p* mons including five won.rn ii>r a inn Tin-5-trik* is <*t th*- ft im ma T. sh* \ *, fa, tory on v fired on bv ii , -a*n et th-’ prorr.* tor retaliated hy w*r, * kine th* 1  eptabiishm, nt. Lr, a' train- at* I* in ct ah* ti to appease Ila reserve iii* ti who will be < alba! to if" eiders at Mos < wand St th'ersburir. At VK s-COW in Md* r t*> <r ate as little ,\}<\ a Iran ce as p — Me ii i- i rope sad to ta’ • 1,50b men p. ;• day I'm- Jo day* The errand I ach* - Klizaheth i- ai t.ant int. to distr!hut* i re-* nth to the in* ii and a simitar .•<> rye \v '] i e pursued at non,ny government cl Poltava.  I rUnnk Oii rflonlns,  Warsaw, Russian Poland, Jim* 2S All th* prison- ar** full ti os i Cowing, no less ’.ban i 72 persons, mostly Jews, ba vim: bren arr* stet! dining the last 2^ hours. Ii is expected that a stat** of si* e<- will he proclaimed as great riots ar, anticipated during the na I*i-lization.  The laborers on 22 f eet root plantations in the government of Podolia have struck anti it is feared the halve?* will be lost.  Th.- pea ants irk ’h* «overnraent <if Kovno are fort * fully occupying pasture aid other lands of the proprietors of estates.  To Recover equitable •Ion**?.  New York, .Line 28. A chairman of the Equitable Life Assurance -cxi-eiy’s board <i directors Paul Morton has begun h gal proceedings to recover mom v alleged to have Ire n wrongfully taken from the society, and he also fray cut off cf u I ai ii perquisites in the society  VMtionMl    III**    Ii n«.t «f 1-*u«>mI-  tlnl* NI MDM c **111*- tit I t-|*-|)rMllll( OklMtimnM lh** Mt lh*. I Mir.  I 11lend. Or* . .Lune 28 I"tx* -pe* ’ai tmh !-earing the hem*war*', hound <:* !*: af* y to he X,u,al K mortal as sit int ion t* hi h* <1 I - *'n tai Tu»sda>. lh, i.- are o\»t JIO rn the psi iv m-< haling th* Oklahoma Funk ati« n vs hii* ti iv in Portland to ri,k< pa■ t in lh* Oklahoma lav * sc; •-« s wl id ***, tirret] Twsrinv  \ ; preprint** ♦ \* a i ♦ e were lull! it Th* Ex|K>sii:on auditorium as a ai' ot the Oklahoma day ptogtamin*  \ rn out th*- speak* re wen Gov T P F* reason of Oklahoma a'*-I ll. I’ Mo-* M ri pr*sentint* President (loud-"I the Kxvi**sit ion. A lias R I »i * * r ju«.sid*Tt «t ti*- Alabama Press assoil niion Hon. l«s Hr*-\vst* i Mu, ('als* *1 Poston lo '- Sn Lord ( i>m m i;  <f th* < hlaiuuaC Pf* :isso; iation ..tic* a'* I J P Mullin i f Indian t*iritoi\ Ii- ’Ii* ev* iring ;r foimul ’***ptiou ":*s Liven rn the New York building at na hill  1 1    \    ism    tin    j    press    ass*M    iations  were th** guests «,j honor Hcsiri* tire Nptioi a1 anti O'* lo bom a Pt*s> association th* re were <1* I* nett s* in attend* nee representing ft* Pf uh arui California Press assi rial ions. The National Ed*to:Jal asse* ration d* !• to r* ti'uin in PoVtland  Boston, June 2>. As a H irvuud “graal purposing to parti.ripate in the reunion of hrs * last* and in th* 1  comment** me ut exercises of his college, and not as president of the I’nited States, Theodore Roosevelt came *> vt asea* bus* t ts Tuesday. Nevertheless. his m ining to Cambridge was to signal i / e i n* of th* most notable conimene* int ut «*!* brat ions in th*- history Of til* university, especially in tho matt* r <f attendance, for in addi'k-n to th.* I..re* quota of graduates from Massachusetts many hundreds w*te present from other -states in th* union and pointe 'x*yoiwi. I he president oanit par ti, nim iv to 'ah.- part in The ITth anniversary of th* class of Ibbt* <‘f which    he is    a m*-inb*-r.    and    n*  I !< grail ut,* for his    two davs' rfey  v, us ;n rat l;* *1    , lm>    ' entirely with  t«let em«    to    his    pasrii'py ion    iii    1!-  i lass < \, r. is* s .ii ri  !  n* ; ■ o* cal •■* rn^ m*-iii • in* ut meetings. A feat til" . f this v * ar - « "lament * in* ut is to Im- it • ant o u * iii* i *    » t    Irish* p Will tm  Lu wren et as pr.M,!,-?    <>f    < lie Larvud  alumni . ss, < iuti«m    , I the res’tri  :   I .-I - I"    .I 1 -,    •    - I!, ;  VV III*’!!! ,)f $'J  " fl< ' tot    f I ut    • mil **"tn tm    ulunir.i.  This ann* un* * rn*rn - t<> l>* murie lh* . , hum n> • n« ii! diam r at M* mo: .el • ill We*!’!' sri;HV atfellHH'U when the I !  ^siuer.t i^ ti* * I»* I i v * * i* ai a*ldi'"S' Pf OB. de* t liivosev* i !; is '• ! *1-6*4     ;   u ilifaiv escort and ad in ' ,ms <>  JB*ilin, lune 28. Th® German answer to the french note on the subject 'ri tin proposed Moroccan conference was sent to Pat is Monday. A high official near Cham * Hor Von Batlon informs the Associated press dial th* German note while p*rfeetly ami, ahi* in f* im insisis u|n n a outer  * nee and ut HO de* line'- to comply with France’* rt queuf tliat (!« rnrany outline t** for* hand Hi* programme of the e* n-f*u * nee.  The <’ham* Hor tak*s til, stand that the Moroccan q»i*Hi*»n is an interna* tional i*(fair ar»*i Germany having ai-eepteil th* sri It lins invitation to a con-I*i* nee on the -iit i«*f (annot lightly agi* * with my mugl* pow* r as to what inn h* disitiss**! at the conf* r-  * ii« * G*imany iisis^s that Flan*** it. ist agre* to t lr* confer enc* ti* f, r*-any at rang* n i iit< ar* made respecting til S’d ie, I matt* i for disciissic n. Al l* i Frau* * lias air***! to this Germany  * - vvi ling to list, ti t» Frame’s wishes.  Th* oflii ial‘s atf*TiTi n t*n.g eaih-d to ti,* w,ii-iita talk in the for* ign pi* -he r* jriit *1 TI «• Ie, t »hi.t w* ai♦* it cir s: a , nf*u cm e o ‘leat im*' f ti.’ we I.iv* in w>h fit war *, ut. lriat •. Mi,cg nuts r    w’ur it *atm*  Remnants and short lengths of dress j^oods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    ;  If you need an inexpensive dress  Now is the Time to Get it  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 :    :  Come in and look them over and get a bargain : : : :  I .TIU  Lr a «i rd* rem ♦ a t th*- t-.inr* lf w# want* I v\. r w til Lr. me  * M.’ .  1  g * ! * I  kind (fill in to mn rh  iv rill m v  is cl  \ til  -I!  gates * Vprct f* r i wo dav s I nt tend Mu ii rfay.  may d*, ide to ♦ x  Ikk«l He ItmlL'ii I uUer I'reMnire?  N* w y ol k. Inn* 2s J* hr V \\ a1 la, e. « ti;* I * ueii * t « t M • I ananr;i anal arui a in*mb* i > t th* t-I'mmissu>n Iras r»‘siun*d th* se po>itions to (-*|f a *»<",<'(*,, wirh a X* w York *r per cli* ii Mr. vVa.'lac* v, a- ask,,I the caus" • I b's resignation. Ii** roplii ’ at he was in a d* Ii, ri* p, iti, ti iii th • tnaLer arui r*f»rr*-d h: 1 - p.t-stionet to Seer* tarv Taft.  OI ar * nip! id tv* was se while rn IL -t» n aud Cami idee aud i'*, • pl ions all kind , v* n? rho-, n connection  • uh his v : ;t iii Harvard were to he onii t f*‘d.  I'll*sday Pi* sn - lit Roo.-ev- It was md at th** Pa* k Hay s f at iou, th- cit y. bv  T  sp, |i Tatwreme who will act as th** president's |u»st rim iiig his v;i\ hi Camhrrrige and was ,11\ .'n at nice *o lh, -*esid*m * of th* bishop rn the ut  ! -e: - * I y , 11 \.    11, r*- ('tea K fast \vav  served til, special : ;*v s  of th* j non bt mg !hesiri**nt t'liarl*- \\ Frier ! of Hat vat,! and L. ’ C inis (Jut!,}. .It Gov. Win I. Douglas had been " v if * ri I, ' a — * v eii »>;<1 I i "V er ’» ri j him front leaving his bonn in Brock ton l van planned that the tote-  I  ; noon hours •M-nnLl b< '-pen* quietly by Mb* fucsidtnt ti rambling over th-( ♦•liege grounds in company of of lier nr* a b,i> n| hrs .'lass arui ut noon I-dis- o! ss" with Mi Boose\nit as its 'nos* lit ingmshd rr,-uil»er o*  < < * !• '! to Mi* (lab I, v country « Int ct Wet* i tow ii toi it? ' h• on. \it aft, i-no, ti with Iris - tssn at*'s at the try . lui? and the , lass dinner in th*  * veiling at the Iud, I Son "rst-t in this city * oiisiitnted the programm* f,c th, T, main der -  of tin dav.  II HUM ,. |,ll I ll % I It 4 m ll , ll t I ,i || .  Ch ii ago June JT rh* annual conium a 'peril \ oily em ,1 here Monda. and before *. "Mivtiltion ad.iO'irrrs jr.lv I, if is « \j•*'« *,.l that fully I eh I by > r' jab from v ar is parts * ' i he I" lilted st.re* "ii attend the lire* t-  iiit a  w, \\i aril ha?, t* $ -,tt»,i J. Delt as-* A tall st;* * I * va- ; I » •. • * at,  c t , I Ma I ■ ‘o god relations w ’th I run, • On tie  * ii 11 ii ry    I    I ♦    I ;• s# -    removal    anil  premie! Hi tvhr's ri*,is;on to rctarn rG f >r* ign p< rtf* lit, j. ,a*> great s;*f rs-faction ti German oftu ial , iri!*s I,  w* saw i ti th* sc  v t*js a g aa ran* i * t , I inn ri v* d r, bit ions ’*  V » O’fv lur lirrniauf.  Ll !'♦ t*    I    -1    ire    .l rth JS Frivut,    ad  < • 1  from    Fat s    say that    (u-rmany    has  a I »\,<!    a    dipioma* i<    victory »n,r  '..I,, iv    t*a* bing at. agre* n>' tit  v lM l r* r ., t K" o i, t f, r a -s* 11!► -'I ’    v,::m    , * a y Morocco I tit  * I cr ■.* • i i< t-s I i w * a h J is ; : * -aud that G* in .im. Ii k Qfe.*t , ' n. v Is- ii, , .>mp« usat» n for  • at attiring lur it t* I* st- rn Morocco.  1  ■ * ’ 11 : 11 v *• q * ,1 fro mo a, cordiri to w i i ' » , t lair cd in t he mar Fest in m crc i I ion of lur influent «• rn Pi tsin.  * •>, •ii)#.,* ^itfiMtioii ll* llrinl.  I  N ours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH SCO.  Cash on Delivers of Goods.  I  fiHiTwnnn ■ iHt T ' |ul|, ■ foR  up-to-date  U ll 11 TI U U U, CLGTHIN6. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  Fa • Isl* -V f I ,  hr, mn  Lr?'  * «.  V Th* », mu ii « f mil  T ♦ s» av consider*d ti* status  !  ?. a, o G* ? ii*, it rn goti&t ions ;    11 * ii \ i* r a nm rn*, *? it.af I **  r  ■'Ny'  ICn,i it,, I at ti I »• UM •<>, nk.  I, t re 11 aute. in ii., i • r it * a \\ is* ti I Iii*’ d,K<is , I th* V I" *-, villi t \ bar  j op* n» d rn. flax a numb"!* of depositors were in line t,* witl.riravv ;!u ir rn, ti* \  * tbough in an t «!< rn \ iriann<n .  AN EQUITABLE PAY DAY  *>(>», red :o hav* a toiif* retie* !at* r  v . h I •.*.,» i n lo,*!* lilt. th* German ; ii, I;, carrot. win wiuid delict r t‘,  • .<    man    m > Iv t, Dr*    Fr* itch not*    cit  rh* '-ul'i*ct < t 1,io, co. Iii ii* in*an nu t r «    » la is I * i,    , ors rd* r I hat    tie  si    a? ion h*is h'f ii un 1  id, * ably r lit    iud  a \ i, w > f int un; ’ u i" t in \ ha \, r»  * x * ri f- rn ti, F rem ii ambassador ; r Irir.sn (onecrning th* general pnr-I *    f « I    th* ii*»mnn    i <  v  iii* n  lf is rn*)    tiiiit th, Gctnier re  I x • \ fi,“,v tp« tm->t miicable in I itiei.ri.y sttriimcnfs *-ut nev#rih*l<ss (-ii ti I, rn v t, maintain * hat a , onf*r, rn .• •! ,    <! •" 111, Hie • ut ii* -eh bvt <ri Mo  I HW with i, . rang* rn* tits between h, ration? faking tart in it. \c<nrri  PAL L XV. ALLEN.  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. 1^  I*  .    Horses I Ion, (led • ,v I >ay or XX", pk.  f Satisfaction Unarartepu.    I test of Service.  ♦I Allen Livery Barn  South Town-, nil Ave.,    ■    Phone    ti  4-  4  JI  ~ • . ‘Int i .TBI  ii’g to lh*- I tor irs (I th* i. xe a putt ’he <- Till uif in di; Ion:;,th m« iri xx :, I. I ,■ a , onf* pcrce  • n -n view all  r lie sicna Madrid (onvention should lit i h* final regtilat >»»n , f It is ti ncral feclin < t aarf*is that an agree-* I caci cd MI th'' hp 1  ; s (if  lo t{e«iio\,' I’rexld* lit sh,'ii.  Chaa-,. Inn, JS Formal rcincxal <t li ’ei luitionn! iri- si,!, ut 0 F. Shea • 1 ti , Brotherhood of Teamster! Ii.is I * * ii de* id* ii upon Iv th, intel nation ii *\»» utive Im arri ’Iii" anti Sh* a I * amis in the rommifte* i-racf i< ally voted to depose th* I* a*lcr. \ trial lins b* en h* 1*1 anti President Shea has I ,, n f* ah,I guilty , t violating the eon-rIitmion end ly laws i I the tenmst* rs organization. Th* re is no appeal from the I?* tim of the international c, mniiltee.    It ta planned | rom pl I y  to announce the finding of "guilty" and to declare the oflfae of president vacant until Lh*a’s su»,*s?*oi shall h-*h*f«,l at Philadelphia in August.  Austin College, Sherman, Texas.  Iiitr11 {jradc c- ege for young men. Two year- preparatory coursse. faculty of evoerieneed special sts, ;-**■»,i ! i*rary, , Ie* gant -CH'iety lia'i-. iargegym-nasium and athletic park, iri rat class hoar,! with baths, eleejtrn* I i g-lits. Refining Christian influences. Next -es-rion open-Sept » . Prior .  Addle.—  PRESIDENT AUSTIN C0LLE6E.  Sherman. T, sa.  • • • a  According to State Insurnnce Commi»slon«r Handricks of New York.  (Inman 11    , I en I'ottmlrhfr.  Topeka. Kan.. June US. On the ,*ow< atelier id a Flint a Fe fr» ight train which arrived in the yards here at IO o’, ie k was found affix* d .a human head. T* I* j honing ba, k ver the route towards Atehiv**n it was fourd to nav* 1  I (cen severed from (he body * l H< rh* rt Kent, son *'l Thomas Kent ,t NertonVille, the body lying beside the track near (hat point. It in supposed that young Kent was walking uloug the tgack.  : Model BaKery  J    i • mg- p.g r  * 1  * tod t o oat a I wa vs on un nfl tit th^  J    Mo 1 ’*'. UttkiTV. Hroaii. ('nken. Pi*‘g, Cookies,  2    U?tn<iie-. Lfo. Sop him opposite tile iH'sfottice  2 J. A. ISLINGER, Prop# phone 124. *•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••##*•#§§§••••#•••  The Ada National Bank.  TOW HOPE, Presider!.    JWO    L.    BARRINGER.'    Vice    President  FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  Capital IStoek, - - -     $50«000.Do  Undivided Protit-...........2»>,20o.00  Blanks’Furnished nr.d Remittances Made to the Government on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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