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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma i i* \ it \ • 'N -if w k rn iVe NY T i 1'omado, Fire and -Vvuieiu Insurance . .    .    • HARDIN Sc JONES F out !;*>• uu- * • e vt! \ i VOLUME 2 THI EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 3. 1905. See Those Decorated Cups Saucers at Mc a Set . . . VI Surprise Store. New Iii*** decorated w vee NUMBER 38 $    -*    ■•*>    :-V > She ^    % .. WORD OF HONOR'l «■*.    Goes    With    Every    Shoe    We    Sell. Trial ot Nan Patterson, tor the Mur-der ct Caesar Young Drawing to a Close. Take a Stand Unfavorable to Chicago Enjoyers* Association in Present Strike. '♦ y When you buy shoo- at thi- -tore you do not nav, ...    .. that you must bo constantly on your guard or you ud! have something imposed on you t int you (lo nor want-Our 'hoes are zn ade <»v us inii'a*tuivrs k Mohave annulled & ATTORNEY RANO SPEAKS FOR STATE m ] £y W£R[ T,RED QF mil ave to tool    t HlTr a reputation tor Die a *; Best of Shoe Making >±»t * - h*1 it bv any chance an unworthy pair should ever end their way here, ii F not your fault and not your lo--. Hic •*.* !♦» maker-will be glad to get thorn back, in . we will o glad to give you a Mot aer pair *' your- money bick. * -Ai n    **> Men s Shoes. $1.50 to $0.00. I .allies' Shoes. $ 1.50 to $4.00. * & ^ Any store can quote the same price- it s tile slim* that tell- tho -tory, not the price. Come and -ce the -hoes. yp +: :k & •**>   "  — * C O X - G R E E >R . A    & ^ Dry Goods Company. ^ Q •;*> # #*&<&••?> & * nu m un Situation Seems Very Grave in the Old Capital City of Poland Since Monday's Trouble. BRUTALITY OF RUSSIAN SOLDIERS.* (hr    of    th.*    Urtlj    -h..«C‘r! HS I.o*t All*! Ituttfl* HU** Offends III it. * ..lf \ K it I its I th.- \tt-.Us «.r \l»r«li «*** I cir IK.Uml ll. 11 »*l Ir. itfd Mc. -utItll us ii I til) New Yolk. Shiv \lo\< d “ ' atelic of Monday. ’vX 1 * * * *' 5 necessary for a coml otti*■*■ i u» women to !,.o. the court ion tie.mi Jct <3 B. Tue-d*> direct* d : only those having -i Jo i t inicre-i i ne i .is* be    permitted    ‘1    "    1,1 J u ii rn; the do.-lag iuuirs ct Po of Nan Patterson. To carry out tie' recorder b order 'hi- tor>e *t .>tti*r is 1,1 linty in th1 Criminal ' <»uvt binning was greatly in* reas»*d RiospcitM -pedal ors began •* val lier around t *• |    building early ut the    day.    \ I    i hem were    nim v women.    one* whom had followed lh* nial nom time the first wen*'.*' was put "ii tic stand. Tuesday flow evi l they w< • not permitted e '‘ti to appvoa«*h i outer lice'** T»» th** < iho.-e aide to ju*o* or who hail t: i**n» officials or a’ to; u in get!in*.: into 'I -eat was < n pro*‘I ad in vs were As soon as The broiudtt in. U n* ut in room. cir. r * iv lit fo enti ira on tr the con vv el • * • 'hi * ss! u t room. EK*' \.*1* when »1 KoOMrr WH** |,*n«t f‘»r Soiling Non t u-hinyi. u t ny Co.iiii ii-' \ 11 ion »»lre*M-iii^ I iifor. ruioit of 't#l* -taint.-s th,-l r..».al.I.-» ansf— Ca* k^rs \\ .fit to a. « I* urn of the I roulil* • Chit auo, May ^»mt‘ ot Ute tnich in-. - • UU pa ii i* - of ('im ago anti t heil a. * 1 lied interests rue-day took a stand in I , i ,.    -ii nat lo" unfavorable lo the lCuiployet -    I'. amiim eompany ami 'tho Chicago. ICniploycr-’ asstw*iation. 1 1 . -trikiii fwimpani* - heatietl oy II p, Vrthur Ihvtm 'riaip-l* !* eompany ! iou*! ’ t»«t I hey 11 iv* I of (Lu* si t ’.ke, i , J ini I iii \e t h.* teaming « j% \i .i-    t:..>I«i\ :;    the si*ua- . , .    (ba ’ Ii*' u • ’** pre pare* I '<» I.,, busitjes-    itll Chbaro -    mer* hants \ Uh the I** •**! ■•ti*! ll OM available l«t*or t intifd —.-I ut lh** t hi* afi*t !*.m I plover- j,k—*r iHt ion vva^ anvi-ed ia i,    , t)f j    |i*v    i mu kine    .<*mpau;< s ! w-re labia* bauIn . .ultra*!.- w her* * r i! ev ii- a.i unit' 'lf S' ut firs vv .-tv ii ’ m* * rt • (. .i * ,^»* S*> • > i A k ' H Pi se* "t*’ I Ii* iii a in i ai alo:    v\ ii Ii w hi* ti tov hi I - r wtilu-. I It* i rm «.imply in;, with the r i>-o. ut* ion t ii Ut if h. a T P, OC 111 ,y r The Big Sale •AT THE: RED CROSS STORE i Will ContinueALL NEXT WEEK E.V.KOTSCH&CQ. I t It ty one I .nit -w ■ Ml **ii I*, f ft »-.**♦■-V ,ue.i OI a t I o I»I r. ■ . Mi ' U "b n ll*.! I h^ir ll* ails oi t » out.' Ilruh* '• arui ii <• I .‘SM I ornO.t I '«i*    * !> *»    " 1 CHITWOOD THE TAILOR FO 5 CLOTHING .NEXT TI TO-DATE OFFICE, i I r .1 * th** tro*»ps fir near the person- we VV OU 111 ie*!. r.alghhot ii'" -••♦‘ip of M - inn I- atti \t Kali-i-bu reb M tan -im:'lo soldiers an lag and a’t ma i * during ''s !i from the p and -tones a " Oma ii a I he church • ailed a ad VI* nu an ii: im me urii tula a * UU nm bomb t row • iv :• * TV Tit n huilfl HIH ‘in A It a t •* hi ■bt were thrown d a man were A squadron of lispers***! th** e dosed for re-e Tiler** was an explosion nation of Minsk Monday bur Ii wa THF BEAR HUNTERS! sr; rh a nsr*‘d \ drftsnen iHeil inside av airy was ixiwds The nisei rat Ion in the t*<dPe evening fellow iim whit h a - row ii hued on a ds tat hment of Cossa«l> s lh** ai mm re-plied and order was soon restored The strikers at I .od/ now number T'-.nun »t>**t '»•* I *l*Ti te*l. St. i*eteishut g. May - Had as was the rioting at Warsaw I.odz. lCallsr and oi her place*- in Poland Monday and venomous as was the host ilify evtrywhere displayed atruinst >h** pe lice and the Russian uuthorii i**s. the uprising was far !**ss forniitlable and the results less bloody than amid-paled The authorities had given due wai nine of their intention !«» leu mil no demonstration and the iro*'p^ qutlied Hi*' disturbances ruthlessly. All reports, however, indicate mat the few in number, th** vast bulk ot the population feat in-' trouble remained indoors. When trouble •gtettrred 'Ie1 crowds were armed with bombs and revolvers. In Wat saw a red ting pto-ce>j-ion wag dispersed I»y tba* volleys. Cossacks and Clilans then chnrginr I out rn iv M> al a- i-ue-d Tm In* non union rn iii. aden! lo** *1 r» ani rn • OM! ■: \ ll* *V\ wi ll lh* r" ° + ii I* IL* o !+ PAL L W. ALLHN. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable 771 Ile rn I I I oust s .t i< my (T int ran toed. Lo Allen Livery Barn ; iii Low n - * * n d Am*.. I c The Touch That Tells is the ToucF "hat Sells im **m» lit in* ot *1* i*»r th** annum * with rifle- Supe th.    I’rn pin v ei abl he did I. * r w . Mi 111 tm issue .*!> a.-so*'la* i On*- *»f tIi*' fi'stai is a* i ii vn    a ken I af all He denied having said ilia mob i move would I'*' made. Sot r ia’■ W !•’ lob of ihe Employ made a similar denial ! to th** use of rid**-th** city council Moiulav mr.m directing the ettfor*'** nient >i -tate staim* - prohibiting un ant bori **d 1 *m *vn- carry rides iii tim j str.'tu rh* re ; ■ a!-** a law against •ho**!ir.    tim ’ii* ,: v HmiM md a ains! brandishing ‘ ^apon ’n a tbrent-MIill;: maniK r Tho attitude of the packers, w h **h has be«Mi involv *.! 'ii -Ollie doubt. ic: now declared to bt* oppo-**d ** he **v loniion *.f lh** strike of Hie teamster* " \rmour *v Co . luiv** math' n«» agre* nient wb.clever that would imperil tho delirei> of meat -uppli*'s. -alii Man ager Conners of that • ompany’ rues-J day "Our company i- not a pa^> to any agreement * «ni**erning deliveries," saiil Edward Swift of Swift X Co Iii general ii wa- staled thai the various pin king companies will pursue their practice of conveying meat to j their ow ti diatriluiting siati*»ns by I union teamsters and selling from these I stations i«» the boycotted firms as to any other customer I he boycotted ; firms w ill b** promptly served provided th** packing companies are not asked t*> malm direct deliveries. i A new foil era I Injunction was issued Tuesday by Iii lge of the United    5n    favor    of ihe vnrhtmT Ox press companies doic? bu ii ess in (Ahi* ago. Ihe writ rs-mrains all the p*w-«ms from intcrfe*-wagons *»n lh** -ti'eets. \ t lur Sliot's iv. A vdi im 11 lh, I os inlier s toiifl. . t n 11 t I * *    $h(H* maker'- touch, tv>.*< h your! feet .tipi juiekt’t;Knik lighter. I hey lire "speeiail\ >trong in iiioiiem st.yle-*md travel ti tin* t*e-t society. CHAPMAN rn I Model Bakery.... •    Everything    good    to    eat    alway.-    on    tmud    at    the Model Bakery. Bread, t akes. Fies, t <x>kics, Fandies Kte. See him opjKwitc the |Hw*toftiee I J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. PHONE H4. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A*** TOM HOPE. President.    INO    L.    BARRINGEK.    Vice    President FRANK JONES Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Ass! Cashier Capital Stock, ...    ...... $;>*> Undivided Profits......- BlankslFurnished and Remittances Made to thi' Govern meat on Town hots. VIM, CHICKASAW NATION. 1M>- TKK ■MMWMietm ;