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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma t I I k# }    \    >\\    K    '    * A i I VV r v i m 1 We Write I ornmlo, Fire ami Aeeidem I nsu ranee .    ...... HARDIN & JONES Prom Ib-m- O'* Vd, \. I IL i\ VOLUME 2 THE JVENING.NEVVS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVENING. HAY 2. 1905. See I hose Decorated Cups Saucers at 60c a Set . . . — AT TMK— Surprise Store. New lint* decorated war** jti>t receive,! NUMBER 37 $ * & | WORD OF HONOR J •fife. Goes With Every Shoe We Sell. .£*. s I * A Simple Services Held Over the Body | More Than Fifty People Shot Down of the Dead Virginian at    ]n    j^e Streets ut Warsaw bv Washington.    Russian    Troops. When von tiny shoos .st this store you do not nave to feel that you must be constantly on your guard or you will have something imposed on you that you do nut want * bn* "huns art' made ny inanufHettirers who hnve t a reputation for Hie    ..... ❖ $ Aa-** $ ^ Best of Shoe Making ^ * It by any chance .in unworthy pair should »‘\er find their way here, it U not your fault and not vol f lo-v The makers will bt' Lrinti to kjot them neb, an ; Eve will be iliad to jh\e you another pair or yours monev »a«*i ❖ & * Men’s Shoes, $1.5(1 to $<>.(1(1. Ladies' Shoes, $1.50 to $4.(MI. Ally store can quote the same price- It - the shoe thst tell* the story, not the price. Come and -e>- the -hoes. It » T $ & * ♦ & • JBL ■* COX-G REE R ^ Dry Goods Company. FORMAL FUNERAL    AT    RICHMOND ALL PEACEFUL IT ST. PETERSBURG j Per* I* r* to lie Melt! *«    Urf'»"* ttrlght    ll in# % LU I unlet* I redline* Mi Capitatim l luiroLr in Ord*# l»#«t *«»ti I I apltol City of Ole Czar \«# tttrmpl* liny % I iriul    tusk el »o*eie.l ll ttli    to I arr? Hut I lireoU of    I’erroriity    ire I Iii or rn Kmortr.l to *>l»(luu Mf Military    lC*i»«#rt«#.l    I ruin Vin    furl of    (lie mimI I i i Ii* I’ngi-Mut.    I    o no try. \\ nshingfon, \|*t\ r An Mf* 'im* I Warsaw, Uimsian Ptdand, May lf. alt* mil int pinning i «hi .    .v.i-    pun!    I l int un*    arsons were UiII•*«I    aud Monday U> .ill ilia! i- inturn! cf    B*u.    meiiy nor*1    wounded in a iiinltict    lu r** Fitzhugh I.*’*' I    '■L    '    i ;    Monday hPim ihmiu ln*i w# # ii iriHip.    and I ired F*u mal t antra! >* ' .<    c- ov    el tlfjj    •' »»i \in«*n ai    lilt1 roriicr of /.* ia/.na    ii ti * i it    mains ivi!I lo*    held iii l»i#*bnit#iid Va , ,l* i<»sohin.*>ka    .<ir*#*i-. i.t    vt rimt.still V.    Ii was if md ii* < e*    \ j* t«*« •**-.*« >r    ««f voi'kno'ii carry 'nr    mi 1 aal v im delay I hem until that nnu r far- was -iMppeu by < avail' intl in older ilia* TI * • ■    gene    *■ ‘Oil. I hmm j ama Ii red    a    *. oh' iv lilt    th** result af    j Getu'ge Mason Im*, of    lh* Seventh I .    i »-i* «i \ rani*    I.    Riffler!    of    lh*- wound*-*'    J IS. t a vain who was in Si n Francis* > re r' uiov od in * hi* hoe pit a1 bul mat* > , with bis ifsinPUl **n route *«* Hip * 'Ii *s woe tai*#*!! to 'Ion hollies Philippi rw might I* in attendant •    \    mu ber collidin Ivcivxeen .-.oltiiei*    * Hi ;e-f .pi fit.- w # > #    ’* ld al he    and workmen is reinvited to bai* iak*u.    j Chimb tif Kppbanv ii m<* id it*’ pf* I    p a* * a* th* ••"tin of Zit#ie Mini S#-*-    j sona! and off* ial ntnds em bra* my    now a siree - A miloar> j*att«»i fire*:    j oj>i»or I ii i: ii >    bus afforded to v*'    *“L crotvd    j*».| lilied    *••■ wound^il ?"    » last tribute of • i    lo th# mtiuor*    i *i^ors v*f iLa disiingui»h<*d ti«*ud. The eh tit eh vet v > f-v \\*>e londu* ii*** bv the rhetor of Le Kptphai > ehnrt * . Rev. Randolph ll el Kiri ii I' who is ehaplain of iii** Wpdatifioii tam; $ K of Confederal# Ye ofb. i i in Gen I. in i lo* Civil vv« Well* lie i >u it I were v el v simple. * ll ll*- I *; I r i a! -• th? ii I aal t.f the K| > i funeral oi al it*!) m a * fort i ii* * * «* of th« vv* * l 'pi, , -    , I I ‘ie « a>Uef , on a " 'E alan - i »*» > « !*> ci a now on &tnke-Breakfr Farley in Chicago and Hundreds of His Men Arriving All the Time. o[ * allurers ,r t Clieaao Ceile* ib*> *t> ’*i \ iii A8IIUZIKS THE MEN IN ST. LOUIS W Iii* tl»» I'ulii * "itll s*(mii to Hit * I uu trol. I tier* is Him it Htotiog im tortoni fart* of th* I My (>*lt%*ring Snail M*r-Ii* by Mail toileting I t Itltnri ♦ *» in«t striker* Chicago, Max Wholesale auyui-taiions of mod iniou in* •• T oui S tjuuij. ates I lo a’: ivy! cf 'SI ll Ie ii real. -41 Fa fie v from New Von sac- a tow 1111 ii Vtondav '*> ti*. *-anistei.-ftriki hest    I mined    aie'.v on    ins    arri' ai Ka e v he!* a t onfet **tu > w .Lh rep resee i a >    tit    i he    employ*    Clans for putt int; him sn ( hal ite of ail si rib* bs en ess a re said o ba * e nee ti titN ided on Lai >*v mauai;‘ * Die nonunion men it lo New ^ >>! siinw a v strike. Nor, non n lei-* said to lie a nit -.1 un im ei et leu I et .ti* oil their wa*. <» t’l >.tnt> ii v\,t^ !*-poiued a spet ai rah; >earint; It * men left S’ lyons .tv*.* 'lo illinois Central roa*i **hrlv Moitdav Another iraui with 5<Ht men vva-^ »*iiit:    prepareti The vtitirk of imtbih'injs th#* tneii in Si Louis was ciMidueied in set ret v Half of I h#* men \v#*r** taken I rom 'tnif’hern Illinois anti K* nfu* Uv Man,' <>f them are itfpnie* Phe f*d#*ta; ;overnntent is helpinv I the depa* intent -sores deliver 'tnal parted hi ,i vv.iv ’ha' is beyond Tilt! Interference    »*t    the    te&nisteis    Thou    I Manus til --ii,    til    j ta ti    ii”t* - ai*-    i    im de    I liveret’ bv in.ii! Itrttiiph th* I uitet'j "Klafe- siree: railwav )k>s*h! * a - Col. ; Ia*ro> T Ktewai*! sni'eriiiieiid* hi of j the free .{el i very svs|t*m rn the Cllieajt* jH#sit»fti< e s.j\ s thai there has (teen a pret t pl I ult ill'!*-.I-** in Iii- seisin* * from tile Lav Hie .|t*ji\>*;\ want*n>. of I i file department stores w. re - cniied \ By th** sir# #-i < lr sen ice art irb-s pur • cha>et| iii in morning niav Im* <|eliv • ered Le mail ai iii** door of the pur chaser, providetl he phi Kau** is not ten! heavv Thousands <>1 pur> Last*- ar* I It J? h t en<»ii#:h <> meet th** limb of postal regulus ions A large uutuber <»l pel sons vs it<> have j » neHR#*d .ii strike deiiiottstraiioriM wert * report#**! Momia.v lo atlornevs a bn WkCh iii** alii of tie’et lives a lit I agents are collet ting t*vi«lem*e against persons ail#*eed lo have v itdatr ti injunction*!; Offers of Judge c. C Kohlsaat t>f Hie' l aifed Siat#*s fedei’al court. Ill due lime the attorneys declared file inaner will in* taken before the fedetal judge. Ag»*nic work in* for lh#* Kmployers' aaeociaHou are daily making report* on violations of Hie injunct ion. Th* large*? consignment of sirike breakers ai l iving Monday wer#> met at Hic I ll (on is Cenlral railway depot bv a guard of 1*»u policemen Many of fh* Bon-unionis'fs a tried their cloth inc ami oilier belongings wrapped in freshly purchased pillow slips, j Watched by thousands of hostile eyes J the new arrivals mu strong, #»i «* I marched iii th#* middle of the sleets to lodging houses in th** (enter of th** city. Police details are running short it Is said bv some of lh#* employers, who predict that military aid will lie a> > onamg it) \ o: Silt en .J Ho Km pie vers .**--• >. i ion Presi('*-n; si ,> Pieai(i*“nf I>o J i ai ion of I .a i «* siateirten' Mondav afurniHin To the • r. - Hi.»risis. Chi* nor I he i» anisic) -    . >    av.    :*• ton    h.#'*    ! Im sit tm i tm vv el in    and    id    we    cai ' !"*i ,, v< 1    a#*    '    vmi atheli** -Slih#    *    H    :    * t IC- :-)' III# inlier i CH V mop.nnieiii un 5    -n.    it    im#* «s    thev are sh* J :>> ,u» -,> ,x p. , «>niniine«‘ ba' 'ne ’I., man    •,    \\>    ;iiv . s.*"!. a n •*» bt"* *tf organ’ ***' x' .....  •    omni’ »"    • ' ' t na! c n    ,.rf    f,.(t hs , 0,11 ,v a v ndai ion «>t i he    lt,    t,f • i• ii i 111 innt iion issued I’ was fm ber announc'd Hun union *i,n v " 1,1 i I*** sun) » J o aux fab *’ Iioiist va ii os* team vunpaiiie* had sob! out o the new learning comi>Mn> **r?c f 'h* - * ik- w a > co v ered    w Among them wa *•* IP bv 'he I**-es ;* M- I ie w as ai 1 v cid * cnniani (ll. I    ll# I EE ti - clo weevil cs ng in a> c« > rd am *■ • s pres# rlbc,! i>\ Moi chun h p >»nonn« * -I. 'Pun i lie r«'i* a bual Off im mgs an, -tun- vs real I. im Mm Roost tie st TE Ices ii •* I !>' a ml I ital I * ! Vniisy I van .1 an*-ptu tai ion * ird Burr of rh . S \ . was    1 E Hie 1 oni    I- tnj >>f remai 11s w cr#    '*scoi ; rn I > ie j*- p#*gea 1 ■ ic 1 i aiitoad sia 1 ion fin Richmond Ma Ken C» fps i*f >*r. g; ne* > - I con maud (btl lob! 'I    ("a; auhan    i»iitniaudc and th*1 mem!#.* « *>f 'tu amp «,f Con-f#*d«taie Veterans ct* i #»d a i laid *f honor bu lh#* • m ii * w hi!** the* wei e in' n g la ken ' <    1 < <■> im- Mrs Lee    ,    com    pan!*    *I    *n H. specia 11 a ti    to ’ «J    n    bv    I c brothel Mn: H ii Ka* ii <; y* 1 v 1 #* v brother (’ap’ H El l.*» and -cvetal (dhei men.hers of he* Lee faun v * eee: a ■•• • -rnin#*#    > •    , un *. a’-.# R’U urn pan i# (I    th# Kb hnmnd party I •■lei- El #r r * ic m k I >t c 1 ## sp Pet cis tm ;*«; Ma'. I. ((lotion* Ka.** I# r ev « af her ’n #«i»or'cd general!' ’i ronghoni Knropean !{i,vs’a vviH i i-lit wa nu s t; list j in#* , ii Si. I’el err Til g KCI V lh ut WH* t** it** ll' airn ii * ll . 'i ti I lie < a r I v til »ll is t h** # row J v t • vol int! theinselEt* *<> feasH**g ami #«, i ii#* it «<1it u ma i in it iv ma kin it 11 eh* ain th# re # h: <: ••ii ami > an- #»g in Hie reels md > min ne.1- *«> rue o*con animent lf ’ic III ’ cf inn , ii:* id ’J " - «i ii u rn ta * I Im img I ,** tiff# ! 11«»!1 I i en p. ! for - main"- were •:;'»!! a# ill theatres aint ii tin >aH s u»egr crowds were t* Haled v I it "pen *ir p**i fcnnatn c-iaip|M‘! -b*»ws 'bf. juii- r ot illluai' lands.eft Bevond lie us nil ti''ink# ! tows in in# nd f*;’iHl sections absc lute quiet prevailed. I ii to f«»ur o’cltw-i here had be**n rn# H’trinpts ai d**unn straiions **' an iml arni 'be 'eooris Tom I>: he! paris of Russia tw,ih lr * XVepi un "I Russian Loami a lev# :: «i «ki ut I ha? ii* ta e WI*- passing w ii l Hie trad:i.oria #'bsei ranees and will <‘lit !ist»r#ie - The workmen a'<* making no effoi t> i • >ebt‘Mie ' b#* new -'>!#* \i av I bi v ■ u I’c ami win re : he Hi* urn '.iii a > nd* is followed. The univ disot l#*r i#i L vlaml ouisn!* cf iii* sh»M*i ne a EN arsaw reported un It# lh) OI ■ is a 'ma1! i n»! ai Lo*, vv I cr#* a p“’»- i w 9* -loncd i«*adins • o ..    . ufTV I>#*i v\ #‘*#*ii ’he crowd aud ll,# polk >* in \\ bx ti four *,)#'n w» r#* s hot The Bi^ Sale I IAT THE: RED CROSS I STORE I Will Continue ALL NEXT WEEK E.V. KOTSCH & CO. I CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR. FBR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEAT TO POSTOFFICE. I leal' t he ti. -i ii to v fjjc&ily the riist ,i<i*>rv of lh, :er $ wholesale drug house. Eianag*; * B,l#»ri»l I**, rec KiiMtilnl «»l.| Hriinrr* ttT Peters .«t non reed bai    nim    f..,#}    '••*#<•«»    to Open iii»«r nim. f rnpiOE ♦*«    un    «>n    ♦anisfcis    ti    I    '•*»»    l*«ii»iing»    ttuinya, would do ii* hauling with then aid    .EL...... \|Hv Tin remic a1 of !# lei gums    I j s j * I    t ’ j**    \ th#* ii# ** ria ’»♦' enabled    p. ,    p, fh 11.*\ **; s    . .Eli - tow    Jo ,#*    • It I a: *    Unmc! 'll    ii> • hiirchesof th#* P>»:‘,,-bi. man.! Tin* a Ital* w hi# h hu.i *#*•    «>-.■,!    t,.| I '♦•ars w**!»* uus#ut **. in p, |, ,    , ti , Hie a P hoi it ie*- El,-# n v priced*?- s i»a I ii tUgs Mild    ken    ,'>*!•>    ouinl to Un if! 11*- v alb' ruin* i *#v iuipi is?, Ti •* Pl im i un I -ei v ne    ,nd*.|    lo    I- ---___    prelect #»f    j•**!i> > .mu i;***»    i iii    in strike    t«i Eiiln.itikrr    M iris <1e ta III' *    of It ** ,'|' I •>    * A»]    W    u (> VV a Ai ii    vvau hee Mav "    (in** hundred    ihe Ivearei    of    he inn# s    de# rec    g: am elect i i< a! workers m \-hops    (lid Hie    tug e -u.u- in-dm,, Tin    worship sum** nun bm of she**'    metal    workers    pciv ki«#*M    ,.*fo .    *;#.,,    ;M#,t    ,.    , In nine esiablishmeni    w.-m    on i    I eggeri bun    •##• \p>*-    ii..-,,    -lalr    • strike Mondav Th.*, .-enna! w.irUeis th#  ......  „    ,Hv ,,i n„. demand an eight-hour-day ami    i mini    g>#»Kmj,m    ’,,,,,11' uvoke,i    ib-*    VI mum    Male of    wages    and Hi#*    metal    mighty >   sin «»h bis    ,t<;,, v. is .c k ft#    ccm*,    per "cm    I’ic    iin|*4>i f»*it    tfepiici: UCI ,f    • »!,)    p.    In vee '•••'r' ,hr,   '*■»  .......       s.    . .. SIJ I.vt* ll El 11 w a i, I,* f up mm>_ .mn. top. ALTARS SfcALfcD FOR 49 Yt ARS ,S CONFIDENT OF VICTORY. rn- Kalif* o Vim s11 iky Chn ago. May 2    Sir    hundred men em ployed lo th#*    .'hi#    anc    a Great Wast em company    #*ni    oui    'it Monday, f he m#*n    av#*    i.e#*n    receiving $_ TS for ’#*fi l o is' work and tie man (led Hie sh m* amount lot cig’ hour* l'h»* compaa' cfused Th# men operat# d #*dgi: i ami jii’#* r|*iv ing mar hiller' Nun |'at(»r««.u E% ill l*ri»l»ablf Knurl Ilrr K»l# W Ullin Is ii .mrs IV ill Wuk* N.» Dr Pm*#. \. w York. Ei.iv    _•    Nan I’anerson pnd.abiv win .. now    ll#:    fait* w Him IV hours Monday * I > i »■    remained only    ll th#* closing sr cli#*    n    -he ’ I tai ic ll#*    y enact#*,! Ilia lh#*»•»• would I»* rn. ii#* I fen-, already had be»*u announ> cd P#    t=asQ + + + PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horse.- Hoarded '.\ I <ay t.r Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Hest ut St-evie Allen Livery Barn South Towns,*mi Avo,. ‘•IU' fin • th#* court i #* «oiiE»*ned Her *#»#in * cl vv ♦» i •* -aii^htui thai lh#* -tai#* had tai bul signally in us , ftoi i lo prove thai Ox- form#*! -how girl inni'(l#red rue sa i E oung b#*t t.v#*i i h»*v -Hid, wild evi ic content it# stand *r tai, on what ev I lienee bad I#* cli submilted I’hc defendant agi»*#*d fully with her ai torney s am* expressed tlx* firmest fai’h ilia! hei iriniblcs w *u #* rapidlx newring nu *mi I I**. I iHa I li«v»* -peri nix y In si SiiudaE in * in* I'ombs -it,* -ani Evliib* making ready in go lo tour' “To morrow I will go bom# o= •f 4* C^SSSSS! The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells NEW BATTLESHIP KANSAS LAUNCHED ON MAY 1. VI.»« VV <hmI« VV ill \\(Mit D»»\rl<>|.ii.rn ta Omaha. Neb \*av J No summonses bav* be* u Iii* .i wild 'sherif! Pow.! *t in,* via.* Wood - iii a gains* Secretary William la*#*b foimcr Post master Wy un#* ami I YI *r’ iti Mill#*# f>H * nun damag' s Mi*s Wood staled thai sin* ''iii no ' tvvaii tleyI'lopmeii!s rn I In* mal i < r. Our Shoes tor Women. Th#* •lesi^ner's touch md the sh,*-maker v Jtouch, touch yourj fee" HU*! iMieUetr#o*»k li*rhter. They art bk pp* th My si I i*4)i I JJT in modern style-•md travel in the i#e-t societx JC HAPM AN Ktllnl l.v I* re iii a flirt* I x pin* xiii. Muskogf##* | T., May J. (’. N. M•»11 roe forenian of <uv v t.ri - \*a- hla-i mg iii conn#'* i im. with a proposed -ei !i« tank ami 'va- iki-lantlv kiU#'d Moi ! cay morning bv a n**inafur*' *•,pl#*-inn j • >f lh## bl a al Mom .a* i*- '-ingle aud cann* hci#* ti nm Snauion, la. r«*rnt**i( Vloirrs F ti4i.iiil#<#«l. SN ii burt on. I I' Eloy *j. Six while i men ami six negroes were #‘nt4*mbed J by an explosion in th#* Missouri, Kau , (MHU j aas I f*xas coal mine No Ilk four miles w#st of her#*, ai LUP Sunday morning, and four -biti- of rescuer* | express l#*ar tfiat iii*' bodies may no; be recovf r«>«| for m arl' a week Model Baiiery • • • a Every thing kromi to eat always on tmuj ftt the Model Kaker.v. Unbid. Unite**, t*ie». Cookies. i imtiios. Kte. So#* him opposite the TM>*tofti<*e J. A. ISLINQER, Prop , PHONE 124. Vllnivlrr lt«o(rii -ail*,. t ara* as. V'enc/.uela, Ela\ I* Minister Bowen -nil«*d for the Knit**.! States _ Monday. S#*< r#*tar\ Tint* hinson in I ‘barge of th#* legation What • li#r> 4 • >11*,»I•• t ('hicago. Max k Th. jut' iii the . ase of Johann    t.U*' alleged I | Bluebeard xx Im is cdr'n jai vvith wife jinni,♦*,- wa- coniplefi'd Monday. The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE President.    JNO L. BAHKiNGEH. Vrce President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier Capital Stock, -       $50,000.00 Undivided Profit*. -.........‘io/ipo.oo Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots. , ( HiCKASSW CATION, IND I KK. ;