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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 16, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIK NEWS '.IN K> IHI-; NKW S VV ii IKK 11 > NKW > VOLUME I THE ADA EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, 1905. THE NEWS DELIVERED Al Un PKK WEEK NUMBER 290 JCI tjsr xpr jC\ t Our Appreciation $ Knows no bounds tor past patronage. ^ Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the §) east, conscious of the fact that Ada & and the surrounding country expects us to furnish these goodly people with all that fashion decree t. and since we champion the want- et' all ijr. the people, economy is the watch word for low prices. We care not. whether your income is a dollar a $ <* KSM Vt VSI •*> '■'fn KTS i$f ❖ if day or ten dollars a day. we have provided for your wants and ask but a reasonable compensation tor this honor You may expect new goods at lowest possible prices. *; ISS OIL FIGHT IN THE HOUSE French Correspondents Declare Poit Arthur Fell Because of Quarrels Between Army and Navy. MJMIRAL LOCKINSKYSBITTER CRITICISM tailed accounts *■•; Russian officers are particularly I habitually calling fleet.” Admiral I commander of the Port Arthur, is fuutntantier of Torpedo Defrnmri Attack* ♦ •en. NtofS'ifl. \ilntlr»l AlciicfT aud Others and Dechtm Ile Will Ihiutuui c Them Before the Coart    -    M«iit Instance* of I n prepared ae**. Paris, Feb. IG — Fr< nch special cot respondents sent to meet the French steamer Australien having on board Gen. Stoessel and others of the sur vivers of Port Art bin forward dc (Ii cord among th The army officers lostile to the fleet it the “frightened AT kins icy, who was torpedo defenses a* dig th tty quoted as making a bitter < rite ism of (Jen. Stoes-sel. Admiral Alexieff aud others. Th* Matin quotes Lockinsky a. characterizing Vie© Admiral Stark and Rear Admiral Withoeft as bed-chamber admirals not acquainted with their duties and seasick whenever afloat.“ The admiral added that Vice-Admiral Skrydloff prudently established himself at Vladivostok notwithstanding his opportunity to break tho ineffective blockade of Port Arthur. Lockinsky declared he would denounce Stoessel, Skrydloff and Alexieff before the court-martial as he did not intend to let himself be made a scapegoat like Rear Admiral Ouktomsky, “who now trembles with fear in a Chinese hospital.” Ix>ckinsky cited many instances of unpreparedness of the land and naval defenses, frequent conflicts of authority and demoralization during critical engagements. Substantially the same account is giv »n by four French newspapers whi< h describe Gen. Stoessel and Admiral Lockinsky as refusing to speak to or .salute each other The papere say the discord among the officers foreshadows grave scenes before the court martial The Petit Pari den quotes Gen. Sloes-sd as sarcastically saying: “Rojestven-gky had better riot establish a ten) secure base along the route or like the naval officers at Port Arthur it will be impossible to let them venture seaward.” The correspondent of the Petit Passim ad'ls: “Gen Stoessel cannot pardon tho navy’s failure to succor him, while the navy fully returns his hatred.” The French special correspondents conclude that the fortress fell largely because of the regrettable quarrels among the officers **<« r#.i*ry of 4 oinuur*** amt ( ximr K«<qur«t to    lie tli»* I'm tit* of f,(»w 1’rlrt* of Crude Oil Washington, Fib IG When tie house met Wednesday inc naval ap I propriatlon hill Isad the right of way For the Ars? time in many years the ( proceedings were opened w ithout prayer Before taking up the naval bill a resolution was adopted requesting the secretary of the department of <ommerge aud labor to investigate th* cause of the low price ol crude oil or , petroleum in th* Fnited States. esj»ee I tally in th** Kansas ti. I, and also th** I unusually large margin between th** ; price *»f crude oil **r petroleum and the ! Felling price of retine*l oil and its by I products Baimuta Kaliw'tv Is (.mid Property Washington F»*i ie The ru**m I hers of the ub*cnmmitte<* charge I with an investigation of the affair.; of i ho Panama Railroad company by ; the house committee on interstate and foreign commerce, r* turned from New York yesterday where they went to visit th** officers of the company. Chairman Shackleford (Mo.), of the Fub-committee. said that the testimony developed that th** railroad and its constituent steamship Un* was an ex ceedtogly well-paying piece of property Mammoth Birn Bura*. RU Ii Hill, Mo., Feb. IG.—News Ills been received here of the burning of th** mammoth barn, said to be tho largest in the county, on the farm of (J. \V Smith. Nineteen cows were burned to death One of G. W. Smith’s Hons went to rescue stock in his bare feet and had both feet badly frozen Kau to ti T'ir** Ila re footed. Rich Hill, Mo., Feb. IG. — The mum* moth barn on th** farm of (J W. Smith was destroyed by Are. Including I!) cows. It* tons of hay, GOU bushels of corn and machinery. One of tho Mr Smith’s sons went to rescue stock in his bare feet and both wore badly frozen Taylor Wm Eiourrntrtl. New York, Feb. I ti.—Pitcher Jack Taylor, of the St. Louis National League Baseball club, was exonerated by the board of directors of the association of a charge of “throwing” lh** game between St Louis and Pittsburg in the latter city July 30, last New % ork l’ut»tUh»*r l>i>a<l. New York, Feb. IG. —William Galien Bryant, the publisher of the Brooklyn Times and secretary of the American Newspaper Publishers’ association, died Wednesday at a sanitarium In Plainfield. N J., He had suffered stroke of apoplexy. KANSAS LAWMAKERS. Hanging of Mrs. Edwards and the Negro Greason Will Not Take Place as Scheduled. WOMAN'S CASE CONTINUED TO MARCH. (An IO <<» ii i ut i< u 41 ,i 111> 11 of l*ar«lou Hoard t.ov Peuujrparkrr. of Ceti n» v I van la, VV 11 It -dr«*» tilt* Order for tin* Doubt** limit tnt: !*t I! r:t ii I ii i; — liriMan'i Ort, it !*•*- ti WM rtnt. Harris bu i c pa. iueiidation of th* Governor Pennyp I*, iii. Ou recoin loan! of pardon* iv**; withdrew th* Kau death warrant* in the ta e of Mrs. H ti wards, the white woman, and Sam uel treason the ut pro, who were un der sentence to hung together at Read mg. for the murder of Mrs. Bedward s husband iii I bdl The ease of Greason will now ii again taken to the Penn .Sylvania supreme court and if that tribunal refuses to re-open the east (he attorneys for Mrs. 13dwards and Greason will hay to appear before th** board of pardons next month. The supreme court room was crowd *d with spectators when tit** board ol •anions convened t in th** crowd were the legislature and egat ion *<f women monster >*>t Ilion bebait Tuesday n ' woman. Elwood ii Mrs KU wards, ease of Mrs. He mad** this Mrs Edwards had commute Oreason had no hand counsel for (treason deposition® and also * take up tin* cases, many members of also th*1 Ohio dc who presented th* '*> th** go vc root <*f the condemned h vsh had I Ii i *U counsel I* a motion that ti •Ms h** continue i. he Mid, bt'can ■onfessed that si crime and th in it and be*.c< wanted to (a1 examine Mrs Iv NnttiraMiM* Hill !»*(•«*« th** Mena ta—New Primary Election Hill Introduced, topeka, Kan., Feb. it.,—The senate passed lh** natural gas hill and if it be ; passed by the house in the same form •did he signet! by 1 bt* governor, natural 3as will flow without statutory hindrance, subject to this hill, all over the state wherever the people may want to I buy Ii, even beyond the confines of th** state. The amendment permitting th** use of the public highways, offered by Senator Martin, of Bourbon, last week. | was cut out. The bill prevents the use J of rn-u bine- "for im :cising tin* natural j flow Of as out of any well.” The | rn* anim; of that is that th** flow out of j tho wells shall not be stimulated by ■Mili* i. i means, but th* use of ma-I ‘‘hilled to stimulate the,Hoi through j Hie pipes after tho gas l ist s naturally j ’’d oi the well Is not prohibited ! he administration lost a no! tit wh* a J tl,‘ bo : rd »*1 < out rol biti .ann* up for* i et ere ii*.*    TI:**    lit-utei-aiit governor,) who we; in Hie * hair. referred th** bill j '•’ H * «>innti(t(*e oi charitable institu-1 'ions. senator Smith, tit Edwards.! moved that it I*** referred to the com-I ult!*** *q th** whole and tliat it bel erin ted and mad.* the special order of u* \t Monday afternoon. Senator Por- I f r, til Montgomery, mo vet I as an amendment that it be referred to the charitable institu-ihe committee ti* port the hill back I I bursdav afternoon. ! * gain time. The btl1 ‘ ai tat** ll. J. Viler em ber 4 of the state ; out of t»f!ice anti he j endous fight against Darling the roll was j leu won by the nar- j ae vote. The seer* -e at first announce ! ! to IT, blit Senator » nson, challenged it I I THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS commit tee (it us anc of th: I* + th wanis with regard to tho authenticity of the confession Counsel for Grca son, It** said, would not be able to th this if the ease of Mrs Edwards was not continued because they were both under sentence to hang Thursday Morning John ll Rot herald and William ll. Sadler, attorneys for Greason, supported Mr. Deysber and also pleaded for a re-hearing in the ease Brew and a A Hit kii f mad* was well-) r* *m pi has I ‘publi* of their client the board that In sn behalf of Urea been examinetl The board after ii us announced th to take up both * continue them Aft*! the ant board's decision. I. informed the attorn wards and Greason b«* taken up by the bom court in th* He expr* » I that th*’ matt Mr Sadler informed i 511* had four witnesses ison who had never ©liberating 20 miu-board had decided ist's and Immediately titre. ley. I who is < 190Y It of the re approval. Senator Fit pi Wtdnesda v th** whole \ft resentative ll vc ;I This hill was for it In th* ii ran1 'repar * now n ling th teen in t roil the legisl i-L. ll. Beards-er of Russell, ssion laws (»f « rut inized by most niters and has their law Watch for announcement of the New Store. rh k k bill w as taken n th* committee of r I i v * * I y debate Replier remarked "that ns all that was claimed w tv of rates an oil refin- I I un* would get lier promt* fcrod val Iv ettlet finent oi the *ut.-Gov. Brown vs for Mrs Ed that both cases ti* vt month to-unless the su- meantlme inter Hi** opinion pri-r ought to be cry was ; bill [lass, the holist K \NS.\S un* t »>-The !* LF* r.M* I iv and moved ie«Hat**ty pa th* *d ADD OIL BILL atli* k was r.t?or imitn the > they ‘hip ; .“et st .1 ti* 14 IOU! rate bill ill ate th. work well I carload ti •tuftbing f* i-» a1 (VIT v anc md mid of I Th** rates Hs*d in T** that mu; i<* proposed tar oil. Th tis fixed \u; al \Y» , ■ rate ai * nrt's** CHIU Ufinn THE TMLOR, FOR UP-TO-DJFE (UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. I----- by a jury in Greasons can* ha nrem<* * r»n11 -dx t im* th** hoard of parti*a rant has been read Mrs Edwards' case ti;* supreme court. pardons has twice r. hor •-**11 tenet* Berks county. ■* !>**en in th.* .ai - and twit .* before The death war to him ten time; ha never been Iii but flu* Inward rn T ** I *o commut* I ontirr I «>n*r (’Int ago 1’eb IG man John J Im •*] after an Hines.-, *»i ti \ * * days a member OI the *’<!li e(|H.ere ip” William I.orim< i instil l)t*Ki|. ormer Congress ii*‘d of gastritis ll** va: defea* ■ h<* ;n .too od aft«*t r “bad ult ie:    ii harg**. 4 \ iortation 1 u*l oil n irr*b; r ► ny poitU - TI • ('tit; an UT* * *'nts **t af I ane *omm« of Kansan for th* trail rom aet 9 tun ith rat q» in pi* . in can: *s bet wee of Kau sa IOO mile ion.’’ + rf rf Livery Stable. NKW HOUSES    NKW    III Travel well. Satisfactory >ervic Allen Livery Barn ( iii I K>> Look well Guaranteed. .-AS— cs- I ll i rill ii * 'hieago, Fe ii. larlan im- I en Kated tor nill} i" Republican City Nouiinittftit John Mat un unanimously nomi of < Chicago by tho on\« ntiou. 'Inj. Brmlle in IViitittn t>«*i* irlmcnt. Was Ii in g; on. I'* h. IG. The president signed the com miss iou of Major desand**:- t). lirtidi** its assistant chief ■ . flu* record anti pension office, there 1 \ (Ii. plat it x Major Edward S. Fowler. New Yot ’ Who ha performed the .ails of that office since August 1 t!"M, under a ret ess appointment. ANOTHER BEEF Both houses of the Wyoming legislature passed a resolution expressing confidence In United States Senate# Warren, accused of land frauds. J. C. W arren, OPTICIAN Eves Tested Free. n j «f OIL    & TO us*    BURN. 99 Thoro is none bet to tfive yon the W. And why 44**t t>4irr Kupionf t»*r. Ask your merchant EUPION OIL. For. SALK BY- K. S. KHUN, JONES A MEADERS. LITTLE BROS.. W. J. BAL OH, REED * JOHNSTON ANI) M. L. POWERS, W. C. ROLLOW. T. MARTIN, Agent Walers Pierce Oil Company I I I The Ada National Bank. TOW HOPE. President, FRANK JONES, Cashier. Capital Stock, -    -    - Undivided Profits - INO. L. BARRINGER. Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier ...... $50*000.00 - - *20,200.00 Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. Vow Bony Won’t Give Down. : ;