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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma A HIK NKVV.s (.IV KS TMK NKW S VV I UKK 11 'SN KW s VOLUME I THE ADA EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY _ '    ADA,    INDIAN    TERRITORY,    SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 4 1905. TUE NEWS DELIVERED Al It* PER VV EKK NUMBER 280 r LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE Beginning WVdm'sd ty Eeb l*»t und c<mtinuinK for out* w»*t*k, we will iii dc** s * ne i> ic *s ill it a iv actually below cost of material Din t fail to ce).ne tir-t day, if not come second. For convenience ve have these on table**, arranged according to price. DAIRYMEN MISBEHAVE. The President’s Connection with the Alleged Diversion Explained by Attorney General Moody. ACTION JUSTIFIED BY THE UW. ■ Declaration of rnn«rM* »• t*» I’ollff of Uiifrrmn«Mtlii lh. (.’ne of Public j for 'rct'trl (ii I uriHiifi IM<I Not Rep.-wl I’reviou* Lmw« Conli tho *.ulij»'®t Whirl* l ouf»-rr**«l CvrWln Power* TABLE NO. I. 25c. Ladies’ Corset Covers hiawers. You nay and 50c for ’hose mid 15c i 50c. Ladies’ Carlet Covers, Gowns, Cnemise, l>ntw-ers and Skirts. These are all 75c and 85c values. TABLE NO. 2. 75c. Consists of exceptional values. You'll say cheap at ti •OO. Consists of Drawers, Gowns, Skirts and Corset Covers. TABLE NO. 3. $1.00 All well made and ex ti a v dues in Gowns, Clawers, Skirts and Corset Gov ers. TABLE NO. 4 $1.50 Skirts and Clowns, unusual values. $2.00 Gowns and Skirts made of nice material, well made and nicely trimmed $2.50 Ladies' Skirts of best material. It a n d a o iii e I \ trimmed, wide flounce, very striking I o/vppp/cf spar css//- f The Interstate Commerce Commission Arraigns the Railroad for Violations of the Law. WERE FLAGRANT. WILFUL. CONTINUOUS VU# Cam os ta* ton Ainu l>M*ltrM th# Colorado Fnel A Iron Company Were Equally Guilty— KrlMtn It*** item la Force for the Fest Five Veers - £1 Fest* A Itta ateeter u Railroad I rn pi lorn ted. Rupture with Tm«m>ls ImulBsnt. Washington. Feb. 4.—Dispatches received at the state department from the United States minister in Carses*. Mr. Bowen, indicate that the rupture with Venezuela which President Roosevelt has been trying to avoid Is imminent. Mr. Bowen has recommended that he be recalled and that diplomatic relations with Venezuela be severed. Washington, Feb. 4.—'‘Flagrant, wilful and continuous violations'’ of the law during the past five year* la the way In which the Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe railroad is arraigned in a decision promulgated Friday by the Interstate commerce commission on the ""alleged unlawful rates and practices ' af that road in the transportation of coal and mine supplies, involving also the Colorado Fuel a Iron company. The main points of the decision, sum- i marizing the wa> in which ii is alleged the law has bein violated and disregarded are as follows: “The act to regulate commerce requires carriers to publish and adhere to their tariffs The Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Railway company has for the last five years wilfully and contin- j nously violated this provision of the law in the respects above stated. "February 19. 1903, the so-called ‘Elkins bill' was enacted, providing that carriers should in no case transport traffic until a tariff had been published, 1 and that the published tariff should be ' observed, and providing a penalty of not less than $1,000 nor more than $23,- i OOO for each offense The provisions of this statute extend both to the railway company which grants and the party which receive* the concession Both the Santa Fe and the Colorado Fuel & Iron company systematically and continuously violated the provisions of that act in the particulars mentioned from the day of its passage down to November 27, 1904, when the tariffs under which this coal moved wer* reduced In all cas^s $1.15. It would seem that the El Paso & Southwestern railroad was also in violation of the same statute during that period, but that company was not a party to this proceeding and has not been heard. “It should be further observed that on March 25, 1002, the United States circuit court, in a suit began at the instance and request of the interstate commerce commission enjoining the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company to observe In all respects its published schedules of rates. That Company from the date of this injunction down to November 27, 1904, was Apparently In continuous disregard of that order of court in Its failure to tfintain these coal tariffs.” New Monetary S»*tei*i In Weal SU Thomas, Danish West Indies. Feb 4.—The new Danish West Indian national bank was opened here Friday Simultaneously the new monetary s\s tem of the Danish West Indies went into effect, francs and their fractions, styled bits, replacing the present dol I ars and cents currency. Washington. Feb. 4.—President Roosevelt s connection with the diversion of indian trust funds to the support of Catholic mission schools is explained and justified in a communication addressed to the president by Attorney General Moody which was filed with the s« nate committee on Indian affairs by William ll. Ketchum, director of the bureau of Catholic Indian missions. Father Ketcham appeared before the committee to defend his bureau against the charges that it has been using un due and political influences to secure the ttse of tnist funds for Catholic schools. Mr Moody's communication, dated February 25, 1905, sets forth th# record of a cabinet meeting held In January. 1904. when the question of the nae of Indian funds for sectarian schools was discussed and the president asked for an opinion as to his authority to direct that contracts be made for the use of such funds by de* i nominations! educational Institutions. Senator Knox th**n attorney general. decided that the action of congress in declaring it to be the policy of the government not to permit the nee of the public mopers of the American people for sectsrlsn purposes did not repeal previous laws giving to the secretary ■ of the interior discretion to use the : indian funds in arr manner he saw fit. Certain laws were cited to direct attention to the president's anthorlty In that regard. At the cabinet meetlnr Friday Secretary Hitchcock took up the suhieet of the use of Indian trust funds for the benefit of sectarian schools Francis F !<eupp. commissioner of Tndian af-fair« was railed into the conference. It is said a statement will be Issued in s few davg re (yarding the matter Tri*** N. w Divorce La** Austin. Tex Feb I -The lower house of the state legislature ha> passed tlie senate bill forcing persons giving ground for action in divorce cases to remain single for three years the other parties to the divorce to re main single one year This is the culmination of the crusade which has be n waged against divorce for some time At Aha Iowa State Meeting at Mason City The* Caoaet! a Reign af Terror. Mason City, la., Feb 4.—Harry Norwood la in a serious condition. A drunken mob here attending the national butter makers’ and state dairy conventions took possession of the Wilson hotel, broke the furniture and smashed In the doors, so that the occupants of rooms were compelled to barricade their doors. The police and hotel employes were powerless. Norwood was seized bv the mob. forced into a small room, trampled ami pounded into insensibility. Howard and W. S. Reynolds, connected with James B. Rowland & Co., New York dairy commlssoiners. were placed under arrest, ta! en before Norwood am! Identified as his assailants. Both are prominent. They were placed under $10,000 bonds, and will appear Saturday for a preliminary hearing. ll I THIS SPACE BELONGS TO l SI A Fifty-Mite Oorfa Evansville, Ind., Feb. 4.—The worst condition in many years prevails on the lower Ohio river The gorge at Cloverport, Ky., which formed the first of the week, is growing in size hourly and is said to be almost SO miles in length. Sentry 'hot a Robber. New York, Feb. 4.—James Sebery. one of four men caught in the act of robbing the Brooklyn navy yard of copier pipe, was shot and instantly killed by Private I aurene# T. Milton a centry. Sebery's three companions escaped Tile men refused to halt when ordered to do so bv Milton loan dairymen Fir ct Officer*. Mason City, la Feb. 4.—Five hundred delegates attended the Iowa state dairymen’s convention here. 8. B. Schilling of Mason City was elected to succeed himself for the fourth term aa president P. H. Flefer of Manchester was chosen secretary and Frank ML ! Sruwn of Cedar Rapids treasurer. COLD CAUSES SUFFERING. It Cl i ta bar*. Fa., a Natural Oaa ttartof* Adead to the liar lahtpa af (be I en pie. Pittsburg, Pa.. Feb. 4.—Th# colde#t ' weather in six years was experienced J Friday in this city and vicinity when the thermometer in outlying districts ; reached 16 degrees below zero. Owing to a bad break In a gas main la West Virginia a gas shortage was general all over the county and Intense suffer- j tog resulted. A number of manufac- j turlng plants were obliged to quit work on account of the cold and inability to raise steam. A number of schools were compelled to close. The upper and lows* mills of the ; Carnegie Steel company closed down I an account of no gas and 1,000 men were sent home Coal and river interests are paralyzed by the cold weather, j j The rivers are frozen over, neceasita-j ting the closing of all the river mines. * Thousands of miners are affected. mtSBard at Mn* Im woo. I. T. Muskogee. I. T., Feb. 4.—A fierce blizzard struck this section of the territory Thursday night. Fine snow fell i freely and was driven through the air by a 35-mi Ie-per-hour wind. causing leat suffering to stock and making ravel Impossible Friday two in h**s >f snow cover* d th** ground, the heaviest fall ever recorded here. I*..I i««( *»*»••! i«» america. Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 4.—The thermometer registered ll b* low in Kansas City yesterday, the coldest sin e j 1^99, when it was 22. The coldest spot in th** United States to-day was at Glendive. Mont . where 53 degrees j below zero was reported NI* I nr bra of *n*»w at Toro-ha. Topeka. Ran.. Feb. 4.—The tempera-tur* here averaged six degrees b low zero Thursday night The lowest wa9 eight degrees below. The country is covered with six inches of snow and street car service here is delayed. Now It* Nebraska. Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 4.—Speaker Rouse, of the Nebraska house, lias appointed a committee of six members to investigate and report on charges of undue influence being exercised by an alleged railroad lobbyist. Tlirom Child to Suva Lift*. St. Joseph. Mich., Fell 4 - To save his child from d< nth in flames Clarence Lowe threw it through u pane of glass into the street Tai ILLEGAL TRUST IS BROIN NINO TO WAKE UP TO AE UK- PLEASANT FACT. [By McCutrhoon. lo Ct trago Dal-J Trtbuu* J t'rlre of IC*• ll**»‘<1 OII ll«*dt»r«**f. Cleveland, ()., Fi b I -The Standard ( ii company has reduced the price on .ill grades of refined oil oue cent per gallon. FIRE IN EAST ST. LOUIS SI* of th# l*arr«**»t Ollie** and <tnr* Halld-tnfs In th** Cit* I)Mtroy*>il— Los*. #300.000 East SU Louis, 111., Feb. 4.—Six of the largest office and store buildings here were destroyed or badly damaged by fire Friday, and several persons were Injured. The property loss Is estimated at $260,000, partially covered by insurance. All the available fire-fighting apparatus In the city was called out, and finally a call for assistance was sent to St. Ixonia. The intense cold greatly Impeded the firemen During til# Presidential Campaign—" He’s Really Friendly That Talk Is Just for Political Effect.” v o»W\ ll"' VES3& Not to liny Foal Minoa. Berlin. Feb. 4.—Commerce Minister Moeller says that the Prussian government does not intend to buy the coal mines in both Rhenish-Westphalian and the Silesian regions and that his position now towards state ownership of the fields is precisely what it was during the negotiations to acquire the Hibernia mines—that the government ought to have a seat In the coal syndicate. THE RED CROSS J. Watch for announcement of the New Store. CHITWOOD THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE j CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. r *f * t==Oi PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES    NEW    BUGGIES Travel well.    well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn : Model Bakery.... Everything irood focal alway* on ham1, at the Model linkers fir pud. t’nkpb, El!"*, (’tHikioH, fundi!***, Elf. >!*P I h I iii .»|)po*<it«* tilt | min toffies. • J. A. ISIMINGER, Drop. phone u*. rn rn* •»> # * ta* Sn to Ait:. Ail WOULD YOU TAKE $1,000,000 FOR YOUR EYES? Don’t nojtUvt them or wear poor ellipse*. C. J. WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit You Right. EYES    TESTED    *    FREE ■■■ mr -I 9 9 “OIL j0 TO & BURN. And why not In,rn Kupion? Thom is none hotter. A»t your merchant to jiivo Jon tho E.UPION OIL. KOR SALE HY- Ii S. TOBIN', JON KS A MBA DESS, UTILE BROS., VV. J. BAI OH, REED & JOHNSTON AND M. L BOW ERS .* J* -*    -* W. T MARTIN Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company At tk# Pre#ant Tim# “Until Quasi I S#U#t« flta Billy is Bam—I* ;