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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma VO? y \ 1 ON HIK W KATH HK We Writ, Tornado* Kir* natl decide ny In-uranee . .    -    .    . . • • HARDIN & JONES Otis f> F*x*nt K»**ms* * ver Id. No. • •    1 VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NBVS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 6. 1905. SPECIAL! Ladies Fan Oxfords faille $1.65 -AT TMF.— Surprise Store. NUMBER 41 * & ❖ Mens’ Thin Underwear Y * t' OU !* VV TI I Tho *r v -*r % '* * x *- > ( Fuel Supply ol the Chicago Power Houses Threatened by the Striking Teamsters. * Best for tire Money J ••rn f i    TV. i x pc rim cut *>• sendin?    out    fry- • | Inc .juadrooF” each composed of Ava I I f*r t**n deputy sheriffs, was tried by j Sheriff Barrett. Is was hoped tnat by I ! h o uh: tli»> deputies nxv wth Uh s’ril I* j y \ mpathi/.ers troohb at me I ne*'pi ion lur ! 1 .* averted which probably other- | win v.mild dr\♦ lop into riots Labor loaders and their followers j WM-, considerably stirred up over tho j it Uh- Cli ira lo Banks reprein the Ion ring house assoria . as.stog i esoIulions urging s.-nd- --- ling    the militia to    Phicago    and    rah-- , ......    ...    i .nitrot I    ini;    v'.t-mm til help    tin Chicago    Em- Follrr » onr >• t ill' liiHilrqiiHHt    to    '    i ! 20 Per Ct. Discount I ■ON! -ti* 2.000 MEN TO GUARD 1.200 WAGONS Table Linen si til »t Iou. bul un I unut ntluu Him ;l. Made !Vti«i> t»»«'    Decide**    to    #1 ii I rent 1‘rrnon Follow Inc Hnnnlrd %%*£«"• j for iii** •*ur|H»s* of Im l|o«c to Riot. We VY Te don't advertise any one sort of I n der wear. because e have the ' eh titling rnderwear we van dud in every    ^ jrQod make and Underwear material H ti:•» ;g:gar.. mi-i* ■ Mercerize I Cotton, Mesa Underwear. *S ie I m»d*o • tints na st nues ad > . * -• per guru ent & For men wn » prefer tho J can Drow»*r* vc iv*- st iondid one!, at ^»or - air SOC 25c to $1;50 v* ■** rn I Underwear is a Hobby of Ours % COX-CREIPR* ^ Dry Goods Company. 4: •£*• *9*    &    v*>    &    ?•'    *•*>    <$    * & assi ♦rial Iou in !,s present a Uh4 team.*t‘‘vs. Efforts. it is vonld tie made lo find a “fair” bank in Chicago and if suet:    is Milk! It i* planned lo hue- the laboring lien Chicago. May & Bluntly ii arneu wit hut aw -amas (tom hanks undo? flu* bv • Slmrift rhomas D Bat.est ‘ha    np ,;♦ posji yin):    th** haul, not Aft j troops would h« as ■•.*'*!    »\    ann    fur* >* It; tit- I ut.I.* <> tic lit ti** strikers. .    I    police and deputy sheriffs logethei    Ti. s .*. i t Sh*    i . f the Teamsters’ union IC    I    yr*»\t«l unable to rontrol violenc*    ,    41p( I-'ritfay* “It th*' plan is adopted strike gym pal hi els were less in ex    p probable that Union men with dence alHiut th* many sulke-latuml    ahum «■*, t»nun»tn in cavings dejKjaita stores aud stahle^    A distinct ianova    will ! . ; sked to tftk«* them out." lion Was made b> th* p«uu*    * >>*- rh. produce *« imiiissi* n business    in ti Neill issued a g**ueral ol d* :    *    •    c, r *, \\    -: .-u has l>» en sO’crip- r*>st all persons follow ng lH'    id* I os aee*H)iit et the st l ike that many piard**d wagons.    of th*, ne r* balita Jiscussed the a«i- VVhen iht- strike nt^' 'aoke out    vejibili'v < I .'beint: their doors Satur- satd ("k-'*t ll Neill, ‘petson** folhiw*    .'a at I *>« huh an • deehire i Ipekoa? the wagons OIH of euiiosltt Now the>    until th*- strike w;*s set Beil. \n im follow them t** in* it*' riot. There wilt    . *unpi>i meeting was beld but the ma ke no dis* rimmation l*> the police if. such • asev in making arrests Two thousand men constituted * polk** force available tor strike du»> Friday. With this number, th** pol ic* rd I.-HH wagons ver Thursday '•* me was e\p* fii«-ials ;n tlieir namable d«*gr**f i confide rat for mn it able to s SAND! NAPKINS a Monday (’Ti I BU i rv ave [hat t a swift Rojestvenskv Sail? S mth fo Rescue the Third Div.s:*>n of His Squadron. JAPANESE MAY PREVENT A JUNCTURE K usa Aa* %tln*ir* ll ti ** lof«»r*i *i «*»* ti***' 1«*K«> ll**' '. ut * IlivUiun ut I ***l * rn.' era and    rr«    *«.>»iin    t**    I«»t« r.-• »>t the Mo** 'lo* ii; 11 at Ila-* IO (*» t.eftlhl-Bf«f I OI*' I VV ***li*« **(»' officials expel ted 1,1 g a ile* ided ’ n» r**;i- * tot a!    I Ie ne wed con rienced by the polit * ab11ii' t*> ever* is* i <'f «• nitro!, laking i tnmultous * oudition great labor disturban Th*' fuel supply *>! ' (Ion *« in pa ny "hi* th in half lh* '!•'»• i ca .'i»    '    as    pi a* **! I* #    ..{    *    a: la. • nil \oted mu to take such a step if - i • i ■ B. I jinn. w ln» called the meet-i._* 'ani' ’ShonU1 this strike :a>f mu h !ong< i w** V'sit itll probably ha' <> i » .ult of btj>ines*<. Th** busim-s-r» > n .a this st i *•• I ii re ton tor hetvi* n T‘ eon im] $!«,*,.niHi Lily. Shippe: -I ii\* I * en so «itarnmd ahiMp the sin] • that iIi*-' have abandon**! t*hica"o a?1 mdni: "la* e " AT THE! a mr. iti'n Th- I! 'an*.    * -apt ain. MUSK' St point* nplete-i bat i ppVie«l "itll mui1 n' ail aes ill ( I dy Fridi tm ion v\* - hipmei w. r h«*ui ie Peatx' Lund*»'« iltimore, Ma\ t*. ll" But rn* -    «ii mb '« ('apt. I' • ii. w I al front this port tot Da'La w I s cst ore of! Boil kilt’s I oils! Britannia bas -a is* *o bn Ut.' N.m Battera*in "a- I*’*! l-'riday b her attorneys that she probably vvi not b*‘ reb ascii *»n bail n* lore Mon da] BTILL WAITING FOR THE OPENING GAME. .. TM MOBS.    MCimfffSk E.V. KOTSCH & CO. I n ut ado a stun Xiii.iii al ltt»" ' I • . until the North Ut A JU i r St Pete: >;mi-Koje*! veils Ky fat' ai ant la it' ia*s t the iii' h ion iVcific MJ a * ti Luiral Neb**• ,r >f infiwmatiun Mia i^ion of fast * nu *ii st i * ny * is \ as s» I use ll po— Lg N« i*« -.    «dl s < .mid . fie - t a Lojt si \ ensky in bileve that in. pos ion in ■ ic : whit Ii Nebogato to mak“ the pa sea. There is a that Neb* -gat lIT M;-ai's of .Sanaa well guarded p1 division lacking * misers aim net! taim in meeting The a*lni;ra >y Mc' Mi put I* -V I t **i*»r I lint# «• 4 ***«l Sa mot! DOI hUi-Dhina. Mac i The liussiai i iv im* ai near lbs: > • * bay a short distance north of Kamraith >a> was May J >r«‘paung t»»l*.i'* us m.ior- in-v. The 1-. I.AW UIS ‘lax Minor.ii Ho ji'tvens’, ' Ira*] piaxn usiy informed th*' French authorities *»f its m’*.p*»'lKl drum ; ur* I ll*. * . r. I in 11! ll > I I .‘ii \ I * V I t<ik% tint til* <. I ,. >- -1. u :    M a' * id** ll us'tan armor* <1 * i user < '• iomob«»i : t is ari-nonnc*■«! has u ft Vladivostok n us naI Iv into ' reason f* a approa* r.mling i brough | Ut en*|ed i North j bell*-vc I ted the ' I P nm to ll Headed | f • a, hts sa«lvan- -f atta. s. ( h erat!- i | ii Ne I . N< wer. X«• I. rii«kI*h    I **riii**11 Nib Via' * ut* I* XV width v I liny* cr ot Ba ll a. red av of ti— CHITWOOD J THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-OATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. | ~Q ii o ii + + + lL==0: PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded by Day * nr Woe k. Sat isfaetp’H (Guaranteed.    I    ’est * S**rvi Allen Livery Barn Soil Th Pow n>«‘nd Ave..* o; + 'rn o Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells ' r"[ J.    I I TS *4 -    —*— To°t)S ct{\ •••••••••••••«••»•••*#••*•««••••»••«.#•»••• IAT PUBLIC AUCTION! Ti anting company I: lilted anil ex cry u b** spared from th* w I Alii «for sal* J at ii oVkrk )i. ti ., 11*y • taming T r< on - atli « benritiH 1:* 1 J eash ai d ret! .iii i*ir ot» * af a dot'* rn oil tile .’til •!?»>' * f .Inn**, •♦•si'leiio,. in tin- town of V'ia, I T , < *>.* j<>*.in, pi ixtti*' 'a at**pxvopks, T>arit »iol (( \T ! • <t I X I U I t * •* ‘I . I * ’ p s I xx * * t Ii t * I s IL tie tilt! t 11 ie • wit i i IO pi* rent tit eros f. W. A. Chitwood J. M. Doss, Auctioneer. This watch con u matt that <oui* rike-bonnd yard of th** Peabody Stamiar*! XX a b. Hart well. Pattison and Bun ie Is . oaf com panics, vias sent to :he power house 0 to hamiter incoming shipments fit ® I six no wer houst*s threatened, each 1 ■ I»    r 9 i front k» to I a* tons of coal a day. Bt it lo ami ba-ebaU bat: v.**r*' as*' •    ll ; Mfd It ll 'PC • t.*'*t I ’’ I IX )« i: I Min 'M'*‘**t neai' ’Mil N'-ailx I'ore of negro**s all in»ti 'inioit men * til ploy «*rs* T-*p mine « oitipatt v pr* ^ t«» till ** out wagons t<» trattsf* r i oinks bu* ut rictus cst :ihlit*h timnts. wer** j itack***] bx a mob o| st 1 ikt*-s\mp.tfhi'• r«. Sex era! wm « lu.i i, *>n** severely. • I The ne . .'bf i Icily .I a tit*-son J r. >•'-stamb-c \ Iims.- ad wa* 'it ojtef e with a ba sd *all ha t. .lam* son was taken to a hospital! wpm. urgeons * aid he had little chan**** of i**-overy. V Stptild of polit.* with MX Slicing dubs dispersed the ri** tot* r heating manx un ai ox* r * In* head In defiance I" Chiff «TN« ill's older, issued Friday, that all \u t-sons founl following wagon*' owned by the Employers’ Teaming company would he arrested, a large crowd surrounded a cann an of wagons that convoyed IOC negro drivers and guards’ front bulging houses in Das'om Meal ** court to the Beglad.' Coal > ompatiy s yards at Penal and West “bib st reefs, The d police who served as an escort "mc unable to literally follow iii*' »nier reg a riling arrests but did succeed 4t. tor.-im the passage of iii** ca ca win. X numb**; of bt il ks were thrown but *li«t no severer Mi iury. ll.inline I’r.iKi * 'n nu* **«hi»rt«,i»r.l. lib ti""od Springs. Col . May ti The I pre*iibrnt's hunting program has i«eenJ shortened again, this lime by In'acy . storms Four days af snow. rain. hail and sleet have made th** mountain | trails so slippery that the oldest guides hesitate to rid** them even when walking th«'ir hor* • •* Plans for moving • *1 the lamp ba vc been vbin.bued and ti** gri I i • ■ s in tit** (• ar ti eld * reek country will not I"* dist urb. d by th*' president i Mir Si *0*s. b't Worn en. The lesion* *! > tOU Cl md 11 lr* shoo maker' - touch. tone ll you r feet ana poi •ket *o*»k I ghter . Tit cy art* •'spec’ia I Iv *»r r* mo in n o a ie rn styler *trd tr ax**1 it fi ii* "e- t rn X'itd v. C H APM AN MM siilHlor \.‘«l iinl'* It.millier In W ell. Washington. May 6. The marring of xiiss Frau* *s New lands. dnught< if Senator Ncwlands lo l.icui l.enpol [• N.m Bredovv oi Ut*' Dnirasvid guanin J ^ iii iii*' German army, will take place at [• Washington May H. The vvedillng v\ b** a qui' J affair ;it Woo* I ley, Un* ^^a^h ington I esiden* e ol Sen atm Newland : Model Bakery.... s Kverythinn jrood to oat always on and at til* Model Bakery. Bread. (Jake*. Piea. ('ookit's. •     :   m Fannie**. Ktc. >**e him opposite the postoffice •  ..............J.    : J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. ««* -    : • Illy rn*'Utber‘ of lim family bHng pres •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••••«••• •ut I Hriurr* l«» I nile IV It Ii L.*»n«»r. Lawton, ok.. May ti Th*' «-*raiitioii i **f lh** Twin hon dory Fe*lerati«>n o# Labor and iii** Farmers' union <u Ok ! I ahunt a ami iii** Indian territory xxi. lie perfected in duly. This statement | xx as made by l!ar\**x Lynch, secretary of tin* Twin Territorial Federation of Labor. I«. wit    I    n»\    *    i»    ii    •»    111 ii t •»»*»** I • Onawa, la.. May th A decision which will result in hundreds of drainage ditch (Excerpt is. s in Iowa !»• it’g tarried niWlrhs handed down by hidm* Dux nor. of the dMrict court, who declared th*- new iowa ditch law to is* const it tit jonah TOM HOPE Presidtnt    JMG    L.    BARRINGEH.    Wee President FRANK JONES. Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier Capital Stock,......... |80.«*nuit> Undivided l’rotits.........- Bl.vnlts Furnished ..nd Rcm.tlanccs Made Ii the Govern ment on Town 1 O':. AHA, CHICKASAW NATION. IM1- I’KK. ;