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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma fckKC YOCK KYI* ON TI1K XtSATMKK Wt Write- Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance  ....... HARDIN & JONES Otho* Fro** Rw ajf Ovtr Ada Natioua Bulk 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 KOI XTA IN. VOLUME 2 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 29, 1905. NUMBER 87 July Don’t forget tint the Nation's greatest holiday, KOU KTH OF JULY, falls on Tuesday this year. ■ put on his be-t. loon hi* best. and lee! hi* best. To do this 2 new clothe* are needed, for with new clothes there is a sell con sc iou* f-nde and iiguity that i* attained innoother way. How About a New Suit, a New hat. Some Soft Shirts, Thin Underwear, etc. Vo d res sec I certain y enjoy the day better if yea are rightly 3 frv r it. if you outtit yourself here, you'd be con • fortaKe. happy ;n I have money* in your pocket COX-GRE ER S Dry Goods Company. Chief Engineer of Panama Canal Commission Demanded Plenary Powers on Isthmus. SECRETARY TAFT WAS MUCH INCENSED BLAMES GREAT BRITAIN. Ar<*«*|»ted the Kr*iciiNtinn liiAUinter Mil 4 ii tint* I'MlponniEiit of Sc«r**tHry '* ie,ll* tppmr I rln Mr. \VhIIhi «< Held A»!*»<••“ t it Vi«-v«» li«-gMr,ling ft*orgMntEMtlon of 4 h un I 4 it in iii ■•mini. Washington, June J'*. It develops that (Mmf Kigineer Wallace et h* Panama .anal pnu t i< ally denial lei! that la In given 'denary powers OH the isthmi)* ami. iii ♦ fR'ct, ttiat th* whole work inn sc he nu* et th* canal coiiiiuisFioi, be reorganized. This so inet*used Seer* tar) Taft thai he at-c t pted W allace’s resignal ion instant**!. I It is tin ted thai 11 ** se* retarx «»t war I ma) postpone his departure to the | Philippine* beyond Sal anta) th** du} I kung ti n* 4l. in tunsti'iuim* cd 'tie ii* MU I asp*** t assumed by canal affairs. Hoxv-| txer there aas no ^*tti, tai aunoun***-ment in cone* t ion with deva lopnu nt« vs uh relation the lanai, as Prudent Ht^eiell is oat of th* city. lie i moving cauee lei Vlr. Walla** J it splint ion i at*s hack some tim* it is VV* ll understood that this is the thud tim*    h* ha* fendeted    his    residua net and    Mil 1    t\\i««    it    lins    been    re* t ;* t *•<! ti Wain.*** is umlerstivud to lune i i:t* rlained    very    .a.vet.    *    »i    al* as    as to 'v hilt star    'J !•*    in* Jct    ii;    •    f Mf eat a ai Is ut >? th* .ilia > * ti ti’ -si* ii ami a 'Lls i a.i. i » , awl a ta util * ti! na TillB I ITW ii ' i J ..* :•' \ » t ca s In lh* 1 *    .    .    I * -< ii ii \ liar nth condition on th* i-th- II is * .    : • a    '    .    C    ; t    - n ll.    R this * * * * 111J * x    I tie" we    J,-re as    ' i * nil lid wit 1.. < ' I    it ’ I..    u .*> ct * u- : ilie*T ii.. ii itll* ult i .attagen!* nt *d affairs I    ii* »»    ri I f * it.ii ltf* **    w tai     1 all*l * Nit ii af tie « *>111111 is.si* it's -moi.; I ink* na' • I*, it ; he is! tin . ■ Both Political Parties in Japan Adept Re-clutiocs Regarding Peace Agreement With Russia. WAIT QUESTION DEFINITELY SETTLED A’fC(j**»kU« ! nrlj VV Kilt* Hi...lift iurbiddwu I* K»i»e llt'riiiit- Work. sn UciiIUIm Where J»|mu * Intern.I Might lie Me**-»ce<l Mint Would t UU|ieI Her to Keliu Mut.I. XJ m ii, ii ti tim ii 1’riv liege*. Kt. l'f ter.loire \ew.|i»»|*er Ile, lure** Fog-Iwnd I. Mi I lie Hot told of th, Intuit** (ierinun 4 rl* *. St Ut t* * - I > |fl. Britain s i! * ** * r ti;* mu* J: lf lh* : * -hi am ct ;* rn an > I u - ii i. h* r »vai. '.*>( , : ct i rn l , rig ,i «til I’ .t t Ta t we, n Jut - * *ni I * ii;* I -    in iii*-    ?t    ; '«    I    ■ ’hereby. C * ; * «t. I i i i I a i    ii    M ♦    I ap* r mu, - I st * *1    Franc*    i.f*> ll*    RK•-< <. * v A ie    s is ta ii. -    ii*    M.    I ♦ ii rn -*    I    ♦ Tok!©, June 29 Th* • • i. min* e 4 f th* co i»st 1 it;' 1 on a list t t;i\ < >t which Marquis Si;ionji is pi*- <urt, met \V**i-n*    and    pu-.-et    -1 . **-■•* *x\ eg rt sw- lutioii “The «-*m.-ti? ..1 !,v:    • r j ai tx sin* * the outbreak - I tee war. frequent I> has put is J** 1 j , u (•■!'■, I Men hi th* sake ol ie. iiv i t -} .    ,n; ai d purpose 4>i th* wa! \ j. t -J., national nunv *>f ;♦ j? < f< reign minis'eg, in Isis it German) s cig in> P*»r I tail. 8 ii*.St lilt) I ; -against Kus-'n at *st s vt am * i< ♦ I* * gelt s i * • * a. J *»*u tit*eet*«i S U « ♦ ,‘dllig I ! was min Ii iupi*.--*d I v 1 he repins* 11- f ations «*t Mf. We la** th. their r* the member- *>! ti!,- tom mitt**© of them influential men bae -a\ of Wa iou * an*! hi- nu'h >1*1 what Ii*, hat! alt * ady at4 uni «t ami what his ideas weir fin * w< * h >Y.it i\ w* r*» 1- '-j . 1 en 1 tie; r <uff*est a . ^ I \ .-ii . !    >    men *1 it * « anat tai wallied son:* *.ti an * f iiafM na! c hat I 1 t r* * - ti* mid hand 'n I n * * i a ii IV 1 I Hi ll ll all A ll* to ;;i (I the rash from what;    vt., {,* is*    .f    |    i si. J. 1 k. With K •»-- a lo    nj. t c,. 1. l (    ’    |    . oils to; th* I'* Mn; .    .    Piita.i    V mat hisn Mons v. * t *    - • *    11 natl*; acaii st (.* n j ti) I.* w t *    1 i ii t * ,nn I >et it or ii t; •, t . Ph* Nov* ♦ Vt* ii.) a h 1,, * J tjuit* c i t)* * it ald* 11 at in n.0 **t a **>nt!iit t* r * a J Britain v « aal Fiam, t< ti , md amt t , i< n .rn **N«'W Tilt.' : pea* * t a- * it ip not !.*•< * o( |*e:-.*« ne* essJtJ that. ti and pm" th* * * I lh' alHo tor t i < >    ( u ara rn* ♦    1    • t I it * cs wa ii as the « \11 *; * Ha-? th* * - -. • 1 of t* im * IJ lf J -    CC- ; Im et rn; rn    ; Mar. h i t leal iv - •    *. Th* I* ad-    -    1 : j ar t v a ft * i ■, x i« w* d IV* >•;i, , the • * st : st ii j . A mat fest * h> th* Pi* i id*rn I* a! w; - a 1 by th- ' -c ta lair.f 1.1 iv.. \ < r * tiorsal p< it v S. !e»f t (. I - j v«    ;. ( •apl <« n.< I.- ' F< 1 ald K o . I * > warci.* us* • * ic a 1 iii intel*st* r Ii.',! t ■ ;* . f < < rn Iiuiiny j. I :    ip.    thtmtch -tat* 'h* terms * v * * n ! of <i* s tro) i..;    !,i and 11 at th* *, \* ■ t t , (I* rinai > w ■; i * 1 . < t w * rt in V* * t lee IU ii W* it; id l*« as-'ic t * Ut; .n w ar. ; it ta 1 ii*' tv . ansi th* us I* I I ti. is ira Ii al int I d b 11' <!**« I a re l J he aim state*! at 1 * - ami a f ct ms * r *n pea*e n. * t ; ; is - !. * I * pa y -> ii* A;.! • an and :• ’% a rn I t ary. I he be] ievts f! iii I at L, * Hr a lie**, ti r* a ii* leafed find Ie ss M s I a* I * • .♦inan * * * t ti t t; ti* * am: it * u I en . ) • an* th* 1 ha.if 1*1-Ni ii «    \ 1 • r.. * a. how »'v « r. t ' 1 1. Pi* i* ii r Ivtio * im t : I •    ♦ I * J u ans vc lift ;f lf ti ii > I a t * will t * • I * i I \ t o< < an ".st* d flier will lo I w ai t ti.’* -national '    \ * W.lN ill-' ■ t own * a u t« . .‘1.    •    I L MI* * I He od I I Root ic ’ak,-I ' i;»* *omnii--i 11 Spo ’ f - Wa . get t Ii* pre-Idea t ; eon ^    ' ell SOU ll Ile    • \ * Troll, fht « \pie-- **n.- of j ut lo ti * n t!.af    h*    would k* '    h* 1 a* e and w    lien oms    h man    ii    I s ow n lino of I    -1 To--    a ! t h« mg Ii    ti    lo- (iaiM(iilar    in* hrs i* a1 jo c m was . .ffoi ♦ ii ? I * * t in IU fits t • d IOU ! * t* JI f M * aed 1 ■ md ; * •    > . ( f* ! i l,i a* 11 • ' I) ti* I»if * i soil,* -Kill . • os iii' . 1 -» • < I • ad • id (IMI t > .. on pt ■- 1 toil Ii, n iii \ on• em plat* d soy erin t ti -    «*n    rn * ■ 1 with tile worl ♦ Itll. -Hie Kilo tig Ii. Faint !idc* Mass 1 » *• 2* An ep-TH>!' unit) f«*r the pre 1 dent and S« err tai) Ta ft to col (• i w 1 p 1 * let * IU *' I et the "anama .a . inattiis wa- la* k* i»i»t W * dnesdav Jim 11 w as *xp*«trd that I;* ii ,1’J.t meet lh** s**r*‘tarv at 1 iv! t CH NA HAS A EIG STICK TOU. ii id ; ion >pali.-t ’Ute! - * nted at ti d    Wed ll -*!aj -    jaa* Meal..’ ii    MI C'ddd'si It eon-t*-Hox* tm, a*,. I. ; 5 :* |>ai •>    < « rat' • r. t t.e |iea<-r cai-*' works for i - w ii* t' Japan’s n u » d • 'omnel Tv in.- i a t*i i * i iii*; bae enjoyed ; tr*>m futur* int* •!« . ♦ burian qne.stioii and to and* rtak* no rn* a- ish T h* pi 1 \ iIep* s sin* Vian baria, refrain v Mi. the Man-pjedge herself ti*- d« * rn*-!I to Inspectors (Enforcing the Exclusion Act) — "Hey. There! Boat! AU Chinks Look Alike to Us!'* Bnck the tv rnei.iuir of China ” f * p* i<« «a t * j th.* frill ti* rs G u*iF btl Pas- Mar* hm in. Ic;* 2*' 'f’hc rrir.-t * I i s < i ti i * tiny t.itm- cf th* - * strat< in< situation *t tho Russian armies is t!r‘ persist* i:co of Me r* p*>rtR that la pa ms* <a\; tv    ch* infantry w 'Ti field ai d nun iii”** t.-.ii-s j.rc' wort inn • os thw 'ir*! * ast « t Kirin and wast o|    1 rand 1 ;.*!*• rout* toward Bo* n*. r.< la panes* * i\ alt \ Crew of Russian Battleship Mutinied at Sea, Killed Officers and Threw Ballies Overboard. Remnant vSale at THREATEN TO BOMBARD CITY OF ODESSA Situation In I’rr* nrlnii* lint Itlaek Fl»«*t I** MoinrnturilT Raper!*,! nit,I Mm»- Tut • l>ow n the Mutinjr Kittle 4'hnnge Note*! in t'ouilltlonn lu rolniid. VI here Martial I law Mill I'rrvMiln.    i ^ffprcooDS.s/fOfs^ciurmc, Oiiessa June 2!\ Th** *i*w of a battleship in th** imaos hav* rnMtinicl and mutdei« d ti.eir oft'cera. It is r* lH»rt**l that th* niutin****rs ar** threatening to bombard th* town. All work ut th* port has been stopped. Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :     : Washington, June 2!) - Th* mas R. He* I an, American et nsul ;it <>*U -*sa Wouu*iMl:iy cabled the state department in Mibetanee as foil* w- ‘‘Th* Kus* an wHiship KlSa/ Potonkin and Ola tt.rpedo bt»at ai ii vial Tuesday evening Alf **ni*»rs noinlered .it sea anil bod lee thr**,vn t>v< rJioanL M*n thieat* ii to Iii rnt*ar(' ti * town it interfered with The KituatU)n is preeuri-<*uf ‘J ti* Bl.uk -*a Ii,-* I is «X|;e<ted X'«dnesdav." It* K.issian battleship Km*/ Iks t* iii*    ii (Pet* inkine) 1-    a    h*a\ !\    ar- more*l turret -Joj <t l2.4St; tons having a Mr, *1 <t hJh ut IT knots Sh* wa** • * n pit ted in M‘t 2 . lid ! ♦ I* ups ti th* B’m . St a fie t I!.* battleship mount* fo r    .2-ii h    guns. •    -ix    inch :    ne 14 t J    re* Mi* h    g ,.i * ar*!    < \    ; 2b - malt • rap/d-fir* «i;ii c l ;* cr.tri* s a (iew . »f • * in* n HeiKoar « f Bn,I Rood. S*    I (Sui    ;lg .ta    2!'    l h* (    t ' 1 1 w s wi ti J hae re.i* bed J * 1» f 1« 11. • « • *s;i regarc rig Ii* ri val inntinv is 1 hat t bt rr* w it til* ha * • ]* - J ■ j Knit f ** r ‘ in.' 1.-    * J« **rd •«    *,a\* mu!mu*] 1 • • ti rn * * t ti* had t* * «i ti inn stied t* it.* sa liers f >t tie r disi-aft J * * ft nm I Mess a it;** strikers ha.* evidently be* n 'sfi.i Iii* \ J ,y* st**1 ped tf,* s’tr** f < ars and nth* r truflo. Th w is* r« if the province* « as, * } K* - -• ,* ar, fUt-lliPi it) * a I 1 .mount of urratten lf you need an inexpensive dress Now is the Time to Get it For sn order to clean up every remnant rn the store we will sell you vine much cheaper than you can buy it regularly : Come in and look them over and set a bargain :    :    :    : •av un - Yours to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH & CO. ne * wk. Cash on Delivery of (joods. I I ;i * t ad*; * . I * * *if. ( .irs va annoum * *1 f    M *    IT    f rr    * * *    :rr*    d    **n    ;    < > oui ft ' ‘    ’    * a rv    -1 1    * i t.K    cf    a    sjiilrr '•ii* i    * J    it* 1 on    nrmndri    1    tis* t V J o ’’ ti* k j or. * 1 - -».vr• ,1 ■ •    *    t .    j»    f * ♦ it i< •;    -*im*l    * \    it* > *    W    « * lf.J IT    IIC I'ttfr    f* « *1    'it*    I * i •    *    tint    ; t <    * i * w rn    ii d* ; * d    i J *    * I - * 1. f * c ut rined.    I J,* ‘■.in* is • > i * * < 1 « *    >1    iv «artied ti* i, ‘I m * -ti a fit ; - J t it 1 J i- wa- Kl •wet o) 1 '* ti«,    * ' ( it* iii* ut W aiMivv.    .I in*    2V.    A *    f ’    1 k*    wi - d«- . r, i    A\    *!it •*;a> at    th*    * *    ai i.i    *’ . * n nil*-, t • lur if* — ; lid fin 1 * * * - in tm • ' is t i i* tp * f J « ir t * w a. S' 1.» n ’* * v < * d S, * i VV * .1 M* 'CY «',t    < IM    M I/'*!.-    ;    f    I, barf * *1 ♦ v* *    pl i    t    that most    * f    ti* v ■ rk -i*, is I v ♦ i« I irn» *1 to w * rk Mju - Pal mw st I prevails 'J * st 1 »•* is . • • r*Mj. 1,1J\ a :.**,♦ d mid * * «• Ii*jti«*1 k t ‘ i *• in .ii * * >♦ d I J * un i v, r'sal < «*t!-u* ti J;J « ii « I th* s *rik* ll.* \« ll * ut t !.*»]/ i;*- had ti'* * ti * i t •} quirt jug i« - (nation and it i- * k } *. ** d t J j»t ti t* ♦ ms i v * s' I : J »! * v I —1 * ii i t siir>.« ' ork. I J * r* v ; ; v a ], 1 ici.1 turn intl. \\: tv\    I* ii-,    W, dnesdav    rf M« •    i*i>> Jijit    * f., ti t •)* -1 i/at ii ti 1 *    troi'i s in    lins im    Pi lard    had »omn.i    m nil and    !■« - -*h!y lh,;- J,'    J* * \| * * t* d    in Warsaw ii wo da* - ara;    f < .    >i, 1 oil si de va Kin    ex ♦ti cs t I *    is «    I aimed t J af - f    mold I at ion    «    ti    j y * ii h*'#» it will li*a>] <»    * ri* <- dist arhnnr* - CHITWOOD THE 'TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. lloa.es Mea: dud l>y I >ay or VV, ek. Satisfiu-tit>N (niaranteeti.    |:,. st 0 f .Service Allen Livery Barn Sou til I OW I -♦ l.i Av*.. ‘ne M, THANKS THE GERMANS. nm • t I ’n* < limn ami id .* n. .im- O* n- Tarnal. a 1 J \ I i.ima. G vit<b» is rot att.'rnfiting s*rion-ly to oppose tho Japan* si advance along bifront hut is drav lug in his outpost lines upon pressure. File Same “Ah, Bin. liease Be Seated While We Examine Your Fttft- port, SiiT’' I'rMlilriii Kun-ev, It v,. n< |, „ < .,1,1,, to I tiiperor VVIIIImiii R, g ar«lln« CiftniH un- VI uni ii in Canthiid*i* Mi--. .June u. Presl-iic'iM PvH»s< \* it \V«clii.'SiJu\    -*r,t tilt* toilet ing * al Ic cram t*» Pm,p. h i- Wil-'•anr "I I an* just K* * ii visit in at ■'Kiruud uniMi-ify aud t!u K* rn, ann-mu.-* nm. ?)♦ I* iiidaf im if w Jj» h we v * larcely • w* to vi-ur intl 1* st. J take this *<*a-i<n to tlianlv you ami t Ii rough hi lh** German p** pl** t< r ’he manx m f- of ionites) an*! J,tm Ii ut ss xx hi* h iii 1* * * ut x * ars ha\ ** vt* ail ii) brought * Job* r togithri tJ.r German ■ i v *l A nieriran j * op!* *■ J ti is g n >*v i ne (ti* 1 cts h ip Iwtw'f *1 tfii* I vv * • nations in* ar- much ti. tile future wolfer* • •I mankind, an.I I wish to thank v* n p* t.‘onally f« r tj.#* * Mort*- von have mad* <c fort< r it." ••niilli I,« ll,- Oil, ut,. ‘r.n |,i n . TCopeka Kau .J an* 29. (Jox. ifooh Tuesday promotid John -nuiJi. * \.. u J m (lei!., to Ie Iii- piixati* eerc-tqry. t*> sn* 4 red I i in Mi Veal, who Ix'c-om* s •Mat* print 1 Inly 1. Ile bus <*>nij>leti‘ ■ ti < i things in th*' c th. e, and xxii’ make an «flit ient bveretary. Fred Knapp, chil f clerk of th* 1 bons*' last winter, will Ie -i\**n the position *-f executive clerk. Austin College, Sherman, Texas. High grille co :ege for young men. Exvoyear- | r* j aratory 4 'Mir>**. faculty «»' «*\i>** cr -e*i sfveciali^ts. _r*H»ii 'ibrary, * ic* -ant -oc:* t v ha -. large gym-inisi im and athletic park. First ells- boa iii vx th baths, cect ii** Jig'bt-. Kctinin.*-* bi "st iau in finer. -cs. X \t -4*—on open- S. pt * . K o.i. A * iii re-s FRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE. Sherman. Texas. : Model Bakery • • • • : A* rx ,; no u*>,KI to oat alxvavs on mine! nt the ^ ! , ml* I I laker v. l>ro:ul. (’.‘ikes,    ('nokies, U iiMit* ". Ltcm Se*> bm) opjvosite thf |K»tottice. I J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. phone 124.    » •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A* I he Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE. President.    JNO L. BARRINGER,! V ee President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILl E SNEAD Asst Cashier Uapithl Stock, *    ....... $5o,fH'O.0O Uudividcd Profits.  ......•2<>,2(»O.FN) Blanks Furnished and Rcirattanccs Made to the Government on Town hots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER

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