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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma , ^ v t >\ SMI \Y 1 S I Si KU W-• Write 'O;; hdo, Fire Kila Vender* I'n-u ratter .    •    • HARDIN &. JONES »**    -    Front    I    iv    IU-*    ''vt*-    Xii    '*    •    1    1 THE EVENING NEWS VOLUME 2 5    3    DAYS DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WENDESDAY EVENING. MAY 24. 1905. SKK OC Iv LINK I )K 5c LAWNS —AT TMK— Surprise Store. NUMBER 56 SATURDAY AT THE :    :    ’• Auction Sale MEN’S :    :    $5.00    AND    $(*.00    MANSS    SHOES : : 3 Days Only . .. . Choice Pair. - Your last opportunity to but the Manss Shoe at this price. Samples non on exhibit :    :    :    *•    :    :    :    :    : nu,., While Merchants Trust Company Suspend! Pitiable Scenes at t e    Business    While    Owing    Depositary Soldiers and Sailors    . Were Embarking ho aEwsFmnasnuars nisi •in..™**** USI lECEun ,,    N.    ('la*inc of I institution Ila** to luaDllilf » KtnntiNU %ili«ilrs*ltf »»*    ,    ,    „r    *_____.if I arte I iwiodn HU'1 Kurd From th- I arilli* S(*u»*lron I ^ Tnt limn llrportof Admi** * i« IC Iii i < iilnl    #    ",rfk|"    * lit* fro ti* Kiiiiltii SnUll»r». SHIRT WAISTS. cox- Dry Goods Company. Auction sale 2 and S o clock p. rn., Saturday. Auctioneer, J. M. I rone Che! H Max 24. Forty-four lunatic Russian sailors ami soldiers front Hor. Arthur. Including ti xi*d**w !>    '•'••-*'1 iimitnant who was OO lh© s**xas*op< during the sici;!' ai ii veil nor* Tuesday ; ad wort mined tai (Iv 11 .t n *-■ 11 >(d iii** Kus-tan im pros land ho-piial - ' , t 'hr iii poet. umii'i till Iti it i*~lt hi ;r»n<iPortatl«*n co'*©! lo odessa. pa; tv is .. I-.4IU ann d by i. fen OO* r medical nirmlx’i' of Alrxirff ** staff an . .a1,. - i»I It * * i - ani ail* inland > '•* *♦ " jug lr.'r. tim i»© r 'I* i ta thud s. Ha «*i> aition ut he tisane min vane* from a mild melamdK'l' to tin* Vinton* The uiai«” .tx arf* snpi*'iint I al?ucinfo u*'..- ianderinu then alit ion I’ •VI I OI REO MAIL. result of mon in th* s. IIM and tho lim lo t i! P.un’- an MI cts* iii or l* ti.ami© an ftt,,*n nu cd - t*i v in cl u in* ar* oration «*f v during (*rr‘ KT. (ire TarI of I ***' «,,uU‘ sui, t Milo Kallwav ^Om U A.UUU »>••* l.kmlulToiHt - *"» "T ted tin- Mock Hnrkct. Nrvv YOfk. May 24 l h© doors of th© lier*-hants Trust *oU»paU> >f •^'k‘ ‘‘,-* lo? od Tuesday. Tho Men hants Trust company hat! a appal stock of   «nU °*etl de jjpsiu ■> about    An    exam* na 11 *i|i cd lh* com puny s affairs va* mail© by the stat* bunking department rh*'    , n December 2:U1 last    'the report of •‘i-    the -rut* banking department showed a'*-'    ihat th* »urn pa ny’s    book surplus of Ii T;«S Ti'.T had been reduced bv the * x* J cutin*!* to ll,074.546. while the ex-I Limners hail increased th** value of scm,e <d ihe securities held by Ho* ci in pa ny. they threw out some others v- valueless ami reduced the xaiua-»ion of oihers. Th* • ompany is trustee cf ;t $4 c*oo.Goo consolidated mortgage e n the property of th* Hudson Valley I tail wav company which is a cot..* of trolley lines an.tml Albany. a ami I .ah© George. * b* he cm un- tn int A la iv** and complete line of Ladies >turt Waists have just i**en received from New York, i hese waists are well made in the very latest styles, and will be sold tit about the price of the material from which they a"<? made. They rantfe in price I rein 48C to $5 OO Sp e c i a I. One Int of Ladies’ Waists that are worth from $1.25 to $2.00. which we are offering this week at 98c ut ta » \amin© luai inn tn Val I .ll!I' cunt ies \ comp • ». in i .ti. Everything rn Readmes* to Call Out State Militia in Case vt Necessity. DRESS MANAGERS STILL STAND PAT Ais l oufrreuc** With M»r#r Ouniif. I lir> to Ink** Huck -tritone IT. na playa*- I n » r, t • it «tioc lit*poi I Chat I, ai brr. loci!©*! **< Itolar* A*, strike Auotlirr Inji nt lion Ivnuaft. Kl t( rec 'ire i hi* pa * * v r. Pue© ring Th Th part W No N»• %» , from It «»j *■» t \ *n»k I P.. Chicago, May -1, I !• : crc xx *i> midi- i tuns to rh* strikers r a ti ks T •■:»-stla v nw r* lirivcrs? «>f lumbci \v ag** us going I out, Inn a';-* «*t t tit L!s> bai ,it 'time . x* b<» * t -*t '*1 mal # a’. 1 ' I * * the; buyoutt-J I i'us's vdj I ;**n. Si Att IS In he city by’ *uder o .f I i * i X I »* IV* *•* sue*, ©terything i- said I* a be in rcadi- lier? for calling out th* * rn ii it 11, IV h*AS* arr • tries a;** in v iii' <il o A confer©UC© was h©l • may or s oflice at xviii cb aas pi ♦ ut Ko* rat.- way express manat:* r- how ex cr. lv* *c '-nxs iiiinu to ma ■ Ii I ■ a■' *1 ti lo th* lr rh I s 111 ‘he sink* rs a M’iiu*i not •' r#*-©mi»i* » id tirix* is Th* * Ii*! willing t*> tai-* • ai* th* *.- ft* rs us fast as np}a»rt it Oily of i^r®. * * * ending of th*- 'tithe t r*‘ huig* s en 'he railway >-\pi**s a coin pani< s he* Li > vt Knit bar*i ut; !iv*. VV. v bv 4iM An i rn irn it v I ne? vips lutv* » \<t nil t ai K<* VI ll .’ll It T-v 1 * Song ' i \ ;il- . . I. ' V \    4 . « [it mi ratty T lie s ntim ? \*la I iv «**: * a nituiWI pi I be put j(**'» c en nm and*! ROP -St Vt !I> t>' fey f killed ,,' IT -ISI del’ AFTER t RIAN RADE. ttri * intl l« ii •*.*. I 3 I Tit ll t licit \dntr a1 Tim <h* ;r fire* Should U*»i ---I    fight    \    •    O' t ">.».%•« ti > I>* tittrrt* I i.. .111 ! ti .. ii « * . . "Wit* *«**    ’    I ii' 11' ll ’ii. u. ,i « s * i ct    appoint    iv< ii Foilttnati i\ g. Ma> Zi. * rn* 1st tnfoinp -I at th iv that no dire*’t ii fec< »> *’d    11 • ir c* v» ti-ky for ic n s. \ *-d I *' t .'Ut > TI* i«*|>«*tt *»t L W S ridi. tiled : t ti , • Vie* id n< i ta I i ■ it now ©xplait ad I Ic > a., i v Til* ..SU I • »f bra in po *1 * Vlad let's! < Ic ’»v i • 'I th*' av c lit t hat * I Pi'- ch’* -I dm tug I h< p.. I. rn bt b-Png lh* lh «*1 " cc'TPC I •1 v. , { -4 M ill I’fUU • Mi Un ".si a ti * \ < ns! \ H einie cillt ,nt - -OW ’J,,. (*( Af ll I a ny xx as * 1 Ran • u any was «•!**s* *1 by ©t dei • * ... 11*‘tit,»11• a.*nt ( I rn. stat* siip**rinicno« to *-a I ll it t ll A i a at eiffel I** oil he I * a* ii s 11 w as srtiil t ha * o! til*’ ! nstittition xvas due to "©cur • pa ment of • ♦1 (ain S *Ul xvi licit the <•! *1 late tai »f s**t fir it if. .Af the Hudson I wax * or UI«*,V. Th© A Ofli- ’Alii Heil a •, >?• j *i *1 * Mud-on Jvvav <’(*i ii* arx -Morn ate < of $7. LL' (IO • ii,.it th** comp..ny xxoubl (list out nue business x»©re in Wall street Mondax ami vt (A* Ii ma riot 'n th** la(* Sa mu*'! Knt*mo v * r • o ms* . L PhiRI P' pi» sident «»f the Ti nst h (Ain i ac v ga vt out 4 J J JI f (Al IS tai statement: “Tn h. pu bl A :'\ that bas been < ,.f in- e«*mpnny ic ' , ( V * I , H.|Kij, *.. and 'I • th* ii lr cha a. •. i . : • ertain «>1 t ,, . wha ti t fiOMls H- * (Alta - ! ha v * mix sci I ~ i ll* V til pi . V* ut V Th. I nu CailDOt    •    ilii**    ihflb itfiit it these prices. 1 tin©* in -t .mu* i> broket?. en th©y can be pc* them beforp I    Yours    to    Serve.    I E.1/.K0T8CH&C0. I ^    Cash    on    Delivery    of    Goods.    a PUiTUinnn the tailor for up-to-date util I lf UUU, CL0THIN6, HEXT TOjPOSTOFFICE. he i ti si Phillip n- The '•up* sit.!- ' «:*’t.? "I ' (* \.'"ticaung the <''atg» bu*’ w lo ar** nu nth* i" **t th*' Fed I .a bor ineiT**d s bool «*hihii ©n The Employ*-i8    Learning received 1<MI whit© m**n Iron City Tues,hr..    \ :at ge nu ill©’!    ■'*,t farm V»*i>s An iu.i in*! un n si rain ink the rjocjdii' h Tran>p*»''a*1 *‘*>m liany from i •ifu - i ny to arvel -1 *'■* < Ti?. * ii***, to Month1 *')• ry Warn & * ( 11 ike ii* iand London. aesday i-" J1* t‘v nAile!* L> s i of Cook** »t hr '!•>-*    i>,iii.Mi ire, * i rn fur ai’.o’ it ; Kau "-a* bow ' * * it. < •i vv*’re ‘Th© Mu* ' st rain writes Mr. < ha\* J ! mil t il fie!* i u4v aer* s iv tv U' 11' t' \ < t* pot * , IS-TOT • I H . i i.i a w im h ai * tv t*' as1 a Ii* T* v t * * I .’situ callot iii! < o i mali' . i.. i v ihere • ! ii* most Arise. TIV s' ;• v 11,1 i « asilid iii millions what th* • ob : n - .ire to 'Ii-Chicago was issued liy Judge Kohl J British felfS. Even row Russian in* saat. »f the Knifed State- dr**;;ii comb, migrants n Fib*' a iftsants though A better purporting to have bee® sent , they ‘.ie. an s bb!.i* »a ..i.*.. i.u* by the general fve’ght agent of *h®| Ul t with k m* t aud -• ‘b* > i>a:^ 'rn if Good* i* Ii Transportation company iii- [ crop*? with Amel nan harvester.^ USS with et* ':g* ! 1 ' th' Ii ■ ? * f<»i mat him *• I Ti A i Ch st meting its agent, to refuse to a* e**p' fc»r rransportation good- consigned » lh* boycotted houses »vns presented int capo. (.,'Urt as a basis for the re(|uest <^r nj t attle «tr*H»* r«* New ^eeretatr. r* stratr.trg order. ---..--—    j    Denver. May 1‘K Hu \,m* t n an &U» k Growers usstw iation. re*.nth organized in this city. aas enraged th*- services of T. VV. Tomlinson, general agent of th* Chicago Jan* Hon Ka !way company, as secret ai v. He will tpk© c harge «f th# affairs ut th* JissticiM ion June i vs ill* Ii* a*Uiuart* rs tn D# liver Mr. Tom i ins* n was rec* ut Iv tiattic mkuager of th* Cid* ag* Civ* Stock com nan*. *Imv Sot to ' iKlt Berlin. Berlin. Mav -*4. Ambassador Town called on Chancellor von Buelow Monday evening with «i message to ihe chancellor irom Secretary Hay who i* ^retted that he found himself unable to come tv Berlin. Mr. Hay desired Mr Tower to • xpress his compliments to the chancellor and say ihat only by the advice of his physician* had he given up his intention to make a personal call on the chancellor. The latter was much pleased with th© secretary’s measage and sent his beat j _ Mike Schmk will t 1 L’0 rounds bor- I    „h.    i..i, a    iii.i    ii,.* is ie* red .I t i »r» •_'* ai •    '    ' t will '• m r * war .Ie ’. I v th** supreme c»mman*l. ,( h* st i *‘iat icAL< pf* -\ Jill bel ween H**jestvenskv and '.in* J and th© I a Ute I would Im* glad "    ' much to hi? nj lor iou*' etili * * I gu* ^,tu-inixich Dane hen Ko, tit*’ well- i.o*a’n Hussian n*-wspap**r corr**-ponders bus writ tem a iAirit*tl def*nse of !b< Kuf-ian sod ids against th© reproach *»t drunkenness comparing his observe licAus in 11t*- Kus-so-Turklsh war and in the present conflict to show th*’ increased sol ' ietv ol ihe Kussian : t'o’, c. sM i, in lr Will >1M U r OM Kin©'- j Topeka. Ran. May ”4. "Hie Santa Fe will meet ihe oil producers «*t Kansas and rearrange th* freight rates en «u! General Freight ^ent Rout/ Moudav made The following annotine* ment ut the companies intetition ■ 'I'hc rates will Im* brought out at a conference which will doubtless b«* h* within a week <»l ten days, he -aid “At th** preliminary conference with lh** oil men the producers were asked to prepare a statement showing wha market they wished to reach producers have been busy recently preparing this statement. ». in* » i -I*-©*' ,v\ * ’ • mad© t»’ institution Th ::paul w. allen. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. I 1oi’m?n Bouldcd ’*\ I'av tn v\*’**A'v. I Satis Iai*ti‘»w Guaranteed.    Heist    cl    Service Allen Livery Barn South Tem ii'*■ *1 d*i Av#*.. imiinst tak*» i L I ♦ rr lier Las1 I hone Kn .iirr % p|i«I»al#«l. ^ iM n V Max IM I p.'n th*’ ap* I ditioi **f Xflt'tn*x General Mayer Jnsti* ♦ Cia, kran «*f th# supreme court pp*' t t* d    Houglsis    Robinson j ,,    .    v* w V.    rf Ti i-'    O' a- r* * * iveI -    ■ I tb* Men hants Trust Ct*. lh* bonds < ■ Vt. UohuisOB were f Wl ;,T $:,*MA.(HA(.    \ I »'♦ I' '!*• law !’“ ti, vj uni i am nv as ©«•* iv* r s tut re-r ire.; I * * g ' * It boil*1. i, rn nil % rn, « W>fl* Hi I m »i *«»»». Lawton HK Ma} .4 This is * 11 it i * * -A s m x week iii this i * I «*«• I b» annual , marnpm* ut **f th# Grand Univ of tic I j, j ii hi ii ot Oklahoma and indian i*!-ritorv w ill Ia« held h* tt'.iv vve* k and ii, jrwii *;»* * uh t * * I \^th national i<*U*rs There i- *»v*>r\ indication th.*’ ♦ T*    a in    11 rn pm* ut    will he .»    Dig success . , i th* attendance will    reach 1 .nun sum! national officers- will be nr- - ♦ nt. •The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells »*.ir Siio*s for Women. rho i©signer s touch and the uiakor^ t*>uch, toueli .vourj feet and pocket I Hx>k Ii tf Ii tor. They are especially strong in modern styler -md travel in tile l>evt society. CHAPMAN HHHWHHHH ritijiiniAKii***'''! Ni'lire Ii i«h I *thi. Chicago, Max ’J4    lh b Fit/hiuiniona wishes for Mr. Hay s recovery aer Cox. Odell of New York bae ar-, rived Sn Berlin. Warm Oklahoma »u«uran* « A*eut«. Oklahoma City, HK . May 24- William Grimes, secretary of the territory, has issued a letter to Insurance agents, warning them against the Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Co. It Is understood that persons r©pr©s«jnting themselves to be agents of the company have been working hard aiaong the farmers in various parts of the territory. in Salt Lake City .inly 4, a bid **f the .Salt Lek* cml. having I ♦ ♦ n accepted by Abc tw(» lighters. Tie ii en xviii meet at 16k pounds at tb* ringside. They J get 75 per (*nt of th* gat* receipts, three-four th® of which goes to th© wincer, one-fourth to til* *'♦* Neu*te H*i*rii»g <!Io«a#«I. Washington, May 24 The senate committee on interstat# *omm(*rce, which ba;- I cen investigating lh** rate question, decided iii executive session Tuesday morning to close the hearing. ( on, jai* ii i Hr(u,**(t lo \i»«»*'*r. Topeka. Kau . May 24. Hic Piilbnan company has refused to make answei to a complaint before the stat** hoard id railroad commissioners regarding excessive sleeping car charges. Ihe company contends that th** Iniard la* ks authority to regulate its rates I iiiv contention is based on tile fact that the clause in th© old railroad law giving the hoard control over the Pullman company is not covered In the till* to the act. riiilKilelphl* OfllrAlft Philadelphia May 24. Director ol Public Works Costello ami Director **« Public Safety Smvth Tuesday at th* reediest <»f Mayor Weaver tendered theii resignations. This is the latest an* most startling development in th* fight against th** leas© for 75 y**ars el tin* city gas works to the I'n Hod 1 jmnrovenif ut f’’** x(*< rrUri NhMA* Ail Okli»liotwi»* Oklahoma City. #»k , May 24 Secretary if the Treasury Shaw arrived ii* TV Tuesday from St. L*nis ll* was a »' or ted from th* train to his h«>!*    J by the Mayor. Mn J* Gen. Baldwin • j.rii1 staff an*! a delegation Rom ihe 5 (• a Twin territories convention fModei Bakery.... •    Kvervtiiintf    tfood    to    eat    always    on    band    at    tire Model Bakery __________________ Bread.    Cakes.    Bien.    Cookie*. Candle*. Etc. See him opposite the postoffice. S J. A. ISLINGER, Prop # PHONE. 124- now in session hue. Irater a re«*eption we-- a*corded th** secretary At night        ■■      -    ■■■    -     — bt 4i*ldr*ssed the Y M C A convention. An liman© *t*»n«*n A*»ut. Oklahoma City. Ok . May 24. iniag-.ning that aomtor# liad designs on his life Charles Stineman. agent fo» th* At hison. Topeka A* Santa Fe railroad at Britton, hv© ipiles north *'f here barricaded the depot and threatened to shoot anyone who went near. Officers from Oklahoma City finally RMD* * t-ivr j * **f Bt it ton anil he was adjuclg#’*) in sane Hart ta a K»llr«»n*t Wrc #- Nashville, Tenn May *4. It is r* I a H ii ttoht ;■ Louisxil* £ NnshvP jxassenger train w*as dt railed I uesd: near Columbia. ' * un., and that 14 ye sons were injured. The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE. President.    J*0 L. BARRINGEH. Vie© President CRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier Capital Stock,......... - $M>.oOO.W Undivided Profit*. * * *    90,200.00 BlankslFumished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town T.ots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. IKK. ;