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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 16, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma EXK!* WVK ' ( I 'N TI K WUTI1VR We Write----- Tornado, Fire ami Accident Insurance........... /HARDIN & JONES CHY,*#* Front Ko, in* Over \d* Nun. i:a, F>. Bk VOLUME 2 Negligee Shirts Nei^i^ee shirts now take the center of the stairs* Our new spring beauties £et hearty applause. No tragedy iii after wear, but it s a problem to choose from such a profusion of elegance. Here are negligee shirts in many new designs and effects. French Percales, ® Madras novelties, etc., in the celebrated “Mon* “ arch” Cluett-Peabody make, regular price $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 grades, the rest of this week will be grouped in two lots. $1.25 and $1.00 grades..choice, 7^c. $1.50 “Cluett” shirts -    *    $1.15. Remember the rest of this week only, beginning Wednesday morning Shirt Yourself Now 2 You'll bt all ready when the weather man savs ***> decrees or more THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY - ADA INDIAN territory, friday evening, JUNE 16. 1905. *51 HEADACHE If you are 'Uttering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at Barker & Webb’s SODA KOI 'XTA IN. NUMBER 76 1 COX-GREER 2 Dry Goods Company. YID* *•* nf« r« nor bi brill at Tin- Hague, |    et flit up h    Hip slim! ion of Washington ,    naturally    ie complimentary to Inn* j    personalty to tho Ah eriear. gov#rn- ___________    *    iHeht. I- I ll *M n<*t repelled p»at the pelcetion Ruma and    Japan    at    Last Decide    «*f    for will intl rferr matpri.,lly on Location    tor    Their    ’rvwJb tt‘tm met bans- of the ut* i- Peace Contsrence.    While    rn.    arranrero    lits J yet nan* been made it is regartbd as ■     ■ ——    J bitte Ilk* Iv that he \\ ill ri turn ti* Wash*. I Remnant Sale at I OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT I ‘"JJ pot* r-tierf# s if lh** two gmern-—J men'.* v»hen ti.# \ ans* mid* for tti** ton-* ret < Officially ibis government l>r<    Mad** After Moth ».«» rrntm ut* ; Hail K.qn.«t.«l Th.I    .'..IMI "I" !    <•«    "    "11 Air (Im IRV ii th* rot#. Part* Mint    th* »!»««*•    bflf't* Niacin    th,,    iej :isentaliV*s of AY err Witt* Other ('n ut pc ti (ort    I line    "I    J M«(*    ' * pl > A (‘I s.    Int    I ti.I* ii .st «1 I * 'N ill Con fervor* Nut if I    1 OV U r pl act*    ft'I-    tilt ii' iD**’fiDg fill*! ''ill furnish thrm with Mi* Ii material Washington. June lf,. Official ilII‘ J facility n,** |w nectary for their noun,einent is made that Washington    fc||<|    wrvwjrr(1    hvt    fhth has boon selected as the location of Urtrii,;tT^ u ,, , qnif„ 1?rihtHt r,.M, th* peace conference.    \hv this gov# ,•unit ut. Ann receiving Th* on non mom en I tame iii the form jige * I, pi^t* ntiarl* s f«» maUy. it is of an orth la sta eniein issued .>> -'**    |,, obi,hi# fti•» j'rcsimnt va ll letnrn to ret ary Loeb by direction of the prosl- | Ovs( te> r Up* dent. The statement follows:    ‘When the ttvo governments wen liable to agree upon either I'hrfou or Paris, the president suggest***! the Hague tun both gov ernments -hav e now ie nested that Washington bt « bos* n ;.s 40* <^rcooos.sms^cim/0f£i Hie place of meeting and the president Grandeon of Kiog of Sweden Mar- i has accordiUftI) fottnally notified b**M. net lfiece of the King of England. govt rtiuients that WaMingU ii will I* ! sci selected " J Ii is suggested at the White t c ise. informally thai after meeting and or-J ganging the plenipciientai ies ut the iwu governments if it -hould be foul.*! to in* i ut oui tort a hly bo! in Washing j on might ad oui it ’be met' ng * t    «r ta* Mom iu*i*<*inv Oat nett na* «t sonic summer resort in    th*- north I    tiw Nittark i««n sin,* th* line* tor-    I 'I lo iiey may tout lime ilteil sit    «>MS>ra'-tirslllai>i    Sr«Bt    situ,    I CERINIDIIY TOOK PLACE AT HUDSON Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices t hat w ill make them go :    :    :    ; lf you need an inexpensive dress Now is the Time to Get it For in order to clean up every remnant in the store we will sell xou one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : j tings until sin h t * mo a* t | W ushington sh. i! be moi Japan : otu*» <i ?o g:> u t Lu* sia was iinwiMit.u *> I . I ’ ho far * ast. M* i ii > w, I of France wa? * \* * ic*; i * 1.1*1-, I M lim (I.v I rrtn.or, I <•«>* I'lar. — Ni TWH,    rut    I.litfv. Vwilvii, IU ,. I hoi n i oiufoi ‘able. F I n p* and **i * Lipan in * W iiuluii Fugli.mi I hp lh VYind- , infi * la ■*• j tor th* * ct f i *d nu- ii v it toi ic events c-'-sist 11 i .. tn -    ? i\ .. ii m l • i * emu * t tbi at*- Come in and look them oxer and get a bargain :    :    :    : Both Russia and Japan Moving With Great Deliberation in Pend* mg Negotiations. an I I I I* VfBEMNITY WILL OE VITAL QUESTION ShrvMM,r* (lr#»dr Hrtu# Kroucbt to Br*r ins J#pan to hop (mum.til to br !•#-kMMrd *t aa Lott a I igarv aa PwMtibl* — laarR* ('ay uirut U oubl Uwtarii Ai- ?i'** PU.* lit 11*.-*)    .    •    iii* lim* ll* ll' ikf 11 * a i no* s if • he * lot-, lr tin ; - lf* I ia< «    *■’    of    con    - av i    « ’MomaHMs. A » i it I •    *    * i * ai v w L* i c is * d h ; , phi * iv i *. sui abb v Ii i% tm i ted *' f how Ila pm p< s*(l <i M* i> mt i*-’ i,* Iv to * t »onv*n*d b* for** j bu light Moo ti.bu ♦ « * -a i m i ». pi * haps not .iii'*    .    Itftl * lib    ti UPV I*’ I ii V I, Im hiss'I v .    I#    rf**    I i tor. Mo ar* ll'lij* Hi* lit* I" !f, ut* *1 >11:    i    I    lilt I 1• I I a* * ‘ to a Iv    i-i    j'5*    I«(’ R    h    f\ is*-iii cl i.    b^'s.n ai* tM«n ing * w ; b    ■ I    » m im**I «    ♦    1»I • I4’' i« -i Im lh** ptn.* « p‘« ti.iu y    mw Winn played Its i f * \ * I tit <i>o itll I * rf a i a* to * ach Ria in sending ii* n«*g'*; ai u i « t » sum* w t» n Yiriui in wa*- in holiday alt ire European capital. pi'terra b*y The I Thursday In the vemtmt l».r.*s<! • *a Pue an* it rn- lb** Marne tm ii I djyt ;ir*( «»i lounsuiiht, *b*vi daatb- | ' •* i ev a. H Of sox * > a I •    a v *■ it    has b* * ii |    •    « ' ; t ♦ I mkt * t * *    ti na cg Ii I, t o Ft .rn ♦ now ii ha: Mi* tim** p    n a and* r • on    »    taros Xnolphue    *bl*'t von «'f s derat bin w*m> Wiohingion rbU'r*', n hu. (Ins lave el >v*-*ioii, J Mag,ie ann < tom > a    la pan    a * i * 11 ♦ F    ♦    Kit a*igi moots for w huh v*i * made    I A aifi ing’on and L > a    I om »i    tin,' tin *    -    *    * »- «: • personal    iiiacflon «l Kiln    i he p mortilrg Japan K»trop* and h nil lienee of the president, who prefer , Bd w gill    TI. tong non! ; h*- noiiuni **d rho    Hague,    w ii * ikm lf in th*    lf, , . v«ssion if i*.val ii aint    pro coded    : * cot ion    of f Ital    place.    ,    it,.rn IaibiIoii ti* Windsor    * driving Mr Ta k ah ira, th** mfniafei    j    . * n. >* iv os f mist of    th* rV-val    ■ iii“!it i hursdav    J#,., *\\f± , f Hit i im *|»# tm min: < ne *'t sh*’    t iis;» ; to go ft    |    ii.,*i impi.sing giilht rings    Mnoe Mu    ' .oi imiliv **    ,1 r;    • oronst: iou.    Tim i    t -on* v*;u,. TH ti ll ICH I od    to Fount fH'slni ti. It lf -    I    IMT    VV. af h* r    J. t. * t«    ,*    I*.,' young CO pb.    • »*ian iinhasKjidor whui I'    called    by    ai -    :    -I    , w »,    li e pn tty    town of Vt im pointmen at 11 ♦ Whit*    Hoise    in    live    #,    m    ,ts    UM. rh,    v.,,,. i,. si aftei ncHvn * non * J ruing .f I a pun'** j i , # .•* y ,j, ^v-,v , ,,( ol. iinw i!lirgnes.v to go t»- Eh . ;»*■ Russ is j    ;), , ,.o,pn„n if'.rod Au'quiesced ami non* I ».j.u in it * r* f. u«.v v as i j **e* «i it t Iv bi ilhani b* tm 1 nuest that    Vashingtoi b* sri,., ted.    ,    J; *    a/, ,?    u,..-,.    ,    J(PlJ    ,1, ,u;*t:on*    ' WI ether    Mi. s-ek# iOI, of \N asiMng*    i    i t .    InMai.t    ladii *    in fn!i    **»nil *1 *-s«    I I ion will afTe. t the leioaiive s,    lr, i    ,(>l J v _    ,f f.a|v Waeihmgon. June ^ Pressor, is Alter M.c «ou.i ♦* I *«.o *> Mi* t rcnuii- I bv Russia »f M Nelidoff    as one    of    aer    n.nyuv*. Sh.u »K    :ifi-i the Ko*k*v being brought U I-ar upon l;*p.*n to | }■'• rx s«isr;t. *Mt M c » • rn.« '* nf iu. - j * im oy s is not known the eh th* v, ,    iv.. t,ii lea nu nu itwd* hie I opinion here is tbai lie wii' . ,>*>50 til. I \ ours to Serve. E.V.K0TSCH&C0. Cash on Delivery of Goods. 1 CHITWOOD, . THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. . esp* cia I* bv lr:    President    I leu in r. in- < as av v ism«i 1 bo | l;a **ioderati*n* i asb olden:nit} I • Mio nego - j •I - \ * I * 1 ti., t i - j ^ im - QU* the LO! • nip t'* id t1 *    s.;,    « I' Sa I. is V I • ; ,, >11 P< ia in i rn nu n (ton la pa 1 tedivr ber to fi\ Mio s im sfi*- will d* - i *s "    *    '    t! u 1 an ti as hu indemnity foi he peudim: j1 v -    «*    «    • war at uw k figu,*‘ iii cash 1 sible in Mte « :: - i n    s    a rn    es. reasurf is b« rig ♦ \ European governim’ Roosevelt, it is inn; pprtan Quarter, als, Japftlies, go v • *■ tv Iii*-!I pi bv r demand fur pct only w<> - id fa< i ut mn of pears* tunis A garden by Mn p •« rs w lh na inula' favor. The payment    \    Russia    <»!    ary Filth * ash indemnity as    II    "im'    uvmumu, not only would -»•: 1* v!v the St Petersburg gov* t i i.'*i 1 \ ii pi*' ' bilbi} would distor t tin finam *s of th* I entire weFferi world. indeed, it has I iM'cn suggested ihai sn* h .» payment, to i*11 int* 1 is and purpo'f-s. might rondo! • Russia a pra<-fi*-al bankrupt. Th* op nion. and views » f Mu I' .;•»»; <;ate> ann other pow»*rs on thi* - 'bject has-bv en permit! d u» reach m * , ti* ipal adv is'i> ol the Jai vFii’S*- • ntpcror Filch <’is*■. 15si* 111 oi ' in*    on    of rash indemnity a has o.ouned htvs to* n r:e rei\ sui » ive of t'onditior -likely o b** en<x*'uit‘*red by .lapnti nil. » Sil.f» !?!i!l I * *! 1111..;. 1 • —t 1 t .* a* . term' Thus tar Mi** la pan*• .’*•. *■: tinent im -ref?a5nod fr<»m i I • .    u.- .,0 pr* < iK‘ form id hi I' t* rnis as it m-i n r mu -pi'*. luir i * Trill j I. Jot* arm the shrewd -find '.ow rfu! antal    - ' v ! i*    Ii s'    e • to rn* * * on th* Ii- Id •    r    iipioi .a* Purine th* past ten *lav President RfWj.-i vr't ha- i>a i * OnI*TK IH * s wit ii Baron Kaneko the lapaneso hr-aiu ia ap»*nt til the I ’ivit• ■*! State.--,. Baroi Far * Ko is on* of tile most eminent id Orb mal financiers.    Moth    in    this country arni in Fumy    , since    Me-    war h«.p,;»n lie iia-< been of in* .-t tinabu* service to his «in pero i in th, n**got int ion of loan mal in wgt bing rill of th* f! ■ *?. ratal uh;,s#'S *vl the con Iii et. in him ‘g.ipan top. sis itnpli* it confi*len<** in all matt* is p*-itaining to the fiFcul pol-i<y of tile empire, He b competent to apeak by authority "ti a1! snbjovi relating to J; pan's finances. For ibis reason fir was eorsulUd by lh** pi’*v»i dent His conference wit!, the* pr* divTvt fit the Wtiife Hr 1.-1 vVednevday , there i# rason t*» ic Move copr eriu *i the subject id Japan < a I demand1 Upon Rim mu. F.ich «»m ice a fie might give to his governn.ent a i< the « ash tndemr.ity iindoubtiilly would ruceivt tho (i‘.*epest <-onsid'jration and, \<r> likely, might Up followed. The tinn- of the i-oub ti 1 e, white U    ; sl M } ,« ii    am: -1    a    nu *nt ti    to- ti* ■',* g#.t ■Ii - if th* UMI mu emu** IM*    'Atli:    ti*    I    * r - I * <    i I v * ST; fi ' t« • ll *    4    J.    *    *    I    -    * I *    ;*•!    ..Ill    I t-<    I    J ii Mi I pill    1 ch. •    I    ."g v« J"« iii that sh*t * a Mc v\ • I    ll: lex ll Purls Private ad Rom Farout* l h '’sd; v -ii* 'hat Fm peri-' Ni* h-da- Im- i *    *n con^iderint • bn Kiiropatkin .i< a I'ossmi* assso* int* fs r M \e!idvfi but Mur coli ’rn- !.- ta it.*    M arc* iv *    * >ul*i bi    inn said 01 th*' - ’bje. ♦    1 it    Pi**i- * * IT* *    tor# * *    ; , i t he    j    I ..rg lest Kiii*vpat K 11 - en n .» v inly •    !    i    y    ’    ti    M.» ar iii t lim. H e fa* t 1 hat Mi n Kmo . ’*    ‘ !    uni* * *    i*u <>•    ;    j at kin pos'Os, - iii - • 1 in *bi* ne*    cd it* ? 1 * i -    »i    n im    co 11 se-    la pan* - e .* tm hi:    vv    a • ■ *, n* *.«!    iii:. 0 ti *,    *    •.. *    v tea'    ‘sia th j »*»11 * t*-- uaiu*'d    'btonr'n toe* a • ass,.-ii, 1 . t    rn,a Iv    experience ti Man* or    in .is wij ;-t. bef*'. #. *n# n :v 1 * #>t    A.‘gust    or t! « to - I    his ncQuaii lance w 1 It 1 ’ u- a ti u*i ie os F« tJi-li.bT.    in    P* I'i ia and    hr- \ -    t.<. - as a v s .    . »r    ■    .    ’    rnor of lh ai    ,'n' 1 a ami a- m "’si# N#l*rnfck*t n»t*r    iff iik{|>oiit    it. Lin 1    \»i .    nit*    M    Frank    Iot war    Ion* r tin opinioi «• I ta rh * 1    1 dei se non* c et i #;, 1 h    tor the    j    r ''‘I* :lf' I    ' ”'oni.;t s '.*-*• * to I - f min    (!<    of    his    ii th. I im; lls    brot ll    m‘"v fo‘ ,h< ’tni'iuiant    mission. Ti «|M    WM#    IIH    R* ( ll \'*1 . Will , uews. pow. \ er con’ rn 1 prMui-. J' - patch -it d ' a- - et < th a' . .>1 hi nu t >11. Pl -sill* IP lh*( -V cit • : a- I « fd I ;• f lie a t 1 ii tic* in A 1 a iii U« *    ; * . * ii (    * * .t bv his nj' 11 - I oi -? j |,>i # i*. Pi in, • v Rug* e« and WH'iaiti cf I Mvmmi \x iii I b# nee Me rn* 1* in at I* fii >am« ' h* in »i * iii im vins fo! - ' I* w'/ bv tit ne ii * pa ’ t v id tijirr ; ti 'i 1 Koe.: 11 (p!*-en A I* x ii »A| i,i. Pi :n * * " \’ii 101 in Mi* '"ii vv 1 PMi » a*i VHI Pf It, . ss . T s vs • 1,- I r3* if ■f «    *    *    “ii    »    f    iii    *"    •    1    r*    V*    *    <    *    •    1    *    || I *•;. h#    .*    4.'    * 1 iii    a    4 i t i ' 4 Piir*»    4 f    I Vv. os    Ma    I ii,    , ,    av. , ;    H.hs,    ,he    I_ I. .    1    !    'Ii.    ii 1,1.    I 1    r, ,'vs (I    I ti il*i    tv. I PAUL VV. ALLEN. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horst's Boat cled by iNay or Week. Silt isi«tct 1 * 'n Guaranteed.    Best or Service Allen Livery Barn South Towtw nu Av* ‘fie r.t n rn fr •fl I't:k. am: Kit* di\* «>' Pi v Oz 'i :;;;*i*    <    our! ai t*-4i I iii an 4! :S ti i« ' Cl Ut It ut!* u < t the iii bas 1 et elbe * ( adenin* d tin e have I--* n « ale ! fit t ion. I vv (ut id hav 1 pi • 1 >1111 • 1 I tin)mirv rt*. • d W I .lf ’I*' OW*! hit I,. ult !,» sessinn* LITTIE NCP WAY—"THEY PONT SEEM TC RECOGNIZE WF" I \ Mi flitch* un 11 ‘ ' • ii Ma \ Ti l b i rn • t Rad* t and a 11 aceoinfiani* d bv "M I!ii* 1 f sui •    V    IM; . 1 •. ’ll P* ii. maul was davi d un lie ort:ai I!* i'fide on    th* a ill    id Ii* r father •    • ii ft* ut if-, <    a-! «    to    h* i i ;! ii I Sh.    was-    i;>4 1    at tin    * ut'    <iv*    t«v the lord t . I    .    i    : be rf a in.    ami ti • Im id .ut,;, ii* s. I * * ii' Pattie it    id c, t nauglTt nor sist»T ! *ii«f \    1    el Pa1 i 1 *1 burg. lh ie **•• Mar * of    With-    and Prlnc#*>'*s    I P*h' ' ioi • f Sa \i (Vim re ’! he lit-ii la I art v j;> • »d    it j» t hi    aisle id St    1 * *• ge'sr 1 Iiapi    I    p' * • * 1 J*    ii bv Mn *-ll«»ii - t *    :    J    Will    ,l i    *! 1M    < * f lib’ t c* *    1 liar.’ **1    w: :. i 1 n*>••    (.* a uv ail    1! t>ii«> 1 s m*'thor ani! II    Mn    I Wirt    * hi 1 ’ :u It th*' inn ■ *-l»: 1 1    id    *    ain    Pe    1    id    Pant*    rl    try    I rn    -rd    i y    til It    i >p    of    Oifiud ani: .din':'*- cad lit* i it; "ii * • iv ice of ti*. Cl. UT Mi I rf Kn* i.u iO« I Austin College, Sherman, Texas. Ii git g u<;o gw .ive tor young mon. l*w<> yea rat nr epa rd tory .ours©, f.umltv of e\p#‘rieneeil S|>eciaIists, go#»*l iii >r:»rv. ole- guilt society ital is. i irg'e gym on si tim and athli ti,- park. h J J th baths. electri** I g I■ ts. Iv cli ii in u < iud st !u ii int! ion*** lf ex I si-'fs «> 11 • • txt-*i. — Son! , t po;, PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE. 'sin- man. rex**. J ' t ’ai sa. Nut w . \ .hun lf,. Th* I 1 ‘ I viag * rom ail ’n 1 mI Ile ami nary 1 th* r buildings ,* Phi »tiania tit l’ono-i t • w* dbi 1 >t vYind' >1 #>f Prii > (*’i't;H in \ih 1 pt-;,• to Pi in o»' .Mar , Cit ret of Co; i a’ uh I Too st*.1 ihi.t ’ .is J* cid* ii f > - ml if*? ct - nr rat ilia I iou * j 'n King (Mm; .in! tvi«• bridal c* pl* j ad*!i* svine Kin: *'s«*ar k;n:    '    ® I 1 Sweden am! I bine* tPrtnv".*- Adolph** '• rn < *»f Svv* den. s Model Bakery Abvor.vtltirjr irootl to#*at always mr na ne fit tile .Mudel Baker: v. Bread, Crike". Di#^, Cookie, ("andie". Etc. Set* him opposite the postoffice. ,ij J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop. phone m I brrr \i*« I h«*« ut Trill"* l>*rr. Washington, .litno i*i.- in it cald*‘-g.; in ti til isthmian canal * nm-n 'si* it Lev Me goon iif. Pifi anta re jills Mt** in w inns of \i How fiver .nil that the ll,ice up*ated by bim « d ne Pi. . «■. Huh* ring from the dis-* j." h; Vc bile Th# ir na lies w*re re-I hi od .s **Moaon<>. Cr< Ut is;, an*! Atk- Vhi Itr h NrlimtliN I til. hill#. rn din. N* t> .Inn* lf* Max Ploidtm t 1 who annulli till aud IMIIcd Mi?s Annat Moon* iiestr Plattsniotit Ii, Nib, hist Saturday, has been captured near MUH place. A mob M gathering Jin ii it lynching is; feared. D« only Sheriffs and *k> ln;e, heavily armed me guarding the jail ut Ptattaniouili. mm rn The Ada National Bank. TOM HOFE. Prtsulcn!.    J^O I. BARRINGEH.’ V*ce Frrsident FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cash-er Capital Stock. -    ....... I'ndivided Profit^. -....... 2<f,2(HK0t> Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Tots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. t ;