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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma fTHE EVENING NEWS.DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A _ARDER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITYADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 25. 1905. '•'■'EE OI’:; LINE < >1 5c LAWNS —AT PHK*— Surprise Store. NUMBER 57 13 DAYS s Grand Shoe ^Special I iHURSDAY, FRIDAY AND    I ^    SATURDAY    AT    THE    •    -    •    ™ ann is ■ is Rival Commanders of the Iv urtat Forces in Manchuria Watcb-Kach Other Closely. ESB YTE RIA N MISSIONS. n» r.»l I H*>;, r*i *-1, i mi: * »■ ! to X*-# .. it « Mi \x I, I.MU# r* Celt Ii# I tired. Auction tSale MEN'S :    :    SS.Oo    AM)    $6.00    .MANSS    SHOES    :    : 3 Days Only Choice Pair. -    -    ......    53    65 Your last opportunity to buy the Man ss Shoe at this price. Samples now on exhibit COX-GREE.R Dry Goods Company, Auction sale 2 and S o clock p. m.. Saturday. Auctioneer. J. M. krone VLADIVOSTOK IS NOT VET ISOLATED Kuiilau k»r I attorn Fort still *1 I h 'I ■**» Dill.iii*, ti .irltl lf.*tIt lip tin > H> <! Vt ire Gen. Line* Hi ll Krporlc t» ** #» 1*. I X I, tor* \ ort Ii «• f f • Ii rn (I (I fit »’    M>*» ‘2 I . ah M The si titatio II Is x »T\ i**n"« ai d t he rival < i urima tide! s ar#* w af chug eat h ut her like a xx ks Field M . I shul e lyama has mob ne tit ■ i *• i x« I .ieut. (let . al Keen lie ukamph ho XX' - ex#*! I lade I tat ic! recon i.a ice at th, , , I O' s »-vef a I a untired , lait I# s but Du , < »rre S i #4 I idi iiI of Du ' ", cl* a t ** 11 j •# ss i- tun ai low eel to tel# J J’; li|} W ti- ll I t S ; itci !' is v - ' . *.* Dial i; XX ,) . De*! Uleui.ampfT s x fauv xx hi, ii mg ii pen# ii I eel S, MI I ii xx , V J , if Fako- A 11 ■. . S pate i» troll i Tokit» Mi»x ;: X *: ,, * “A bot y <»t en. ray's i aval* x. (•>- Iii, unit (' r , d Tang sh# *i, < i De I i tit*t ll I ll Ic O iii Liao rt\»*r, I t nob e« so 11T! i xx# si ,rt ai,. •mail on t h< 'I , of Ma \ 2". \ tfr un * tijCtiL♦ ;»i#• IVV. \    ,1,    f. IS Iv‘I ‘ti I# lith ie re port in ^ # t\ vjM New YearsU.imibi > I * iii i >|c. ;; ut J    .    , "I' I«»r» 11: n u,:."in»' V ne* Inin h in ’n* in .till. s|)d\< 1 ’ TOI Half >*f ll* »• ’ I' > oil iii** < OOgt ud tho! a day of • k 'n- th* K l I f X I Kin .,ct..U Not I sola ti 'N »nt i'rr.l.lrnt to Intrrfere. Indiau>m, Mat I,'. An . ft«■ *: xx i- ^♦ <ln**da> n indue#* th# prest o ;||vt an art 1 \ ♦ j» f# 1»*; ,.t t h* ii* ations which ni*Yi arisen iii Du* v ' • tho kip) it able Lift*    > 1 i a re me Vhitman. i > t«" i * i ♦ -t«r ' ' * 1 ll,ti.!'-    .    'EEH*    if* till J', of N< CV hail a . oaf# rem . w th rim pi. m- 1 ai i ii#* v 111 - jet t.    11** tai Is of j} 1 <. i " were it#-t (»!>t Kina hie b f « avn ti ii! M Win man urged tin I ti tak-> up the ' ii 11 pi- f wit Ii i - im **r u oui ring a vovernm# 1 ’ ■gam n r in na! intr n*<mum* ii ■IIH lit Kl: CONEY DECLARED nn f * lop*fa* vt*,, 'lor#- I \X.r» I Beth Faction* Forming Their Lines For a Fight to the Finish Over Gas Lease. INJUNCTION AGAINST MAYOR vVEAVtR ' arr ('OU:! 9rffooos.s//ofs^anrmc1 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS •' iar^e mid complete line of Laities' Shirt Waists nave ju-t been relived from New York. These waists me well made in the very latest styles, and will be sold ut about die price of th.* material from which they are ma le. They r tnire in price from 48c t-. $5 OO Special. One lot of Ladies’ Waists that are worth from $1.25 to $2.00, w hich we are offerin this week at cr N ou un n not a no nj Dought it prices, the a^^ortiisent * bro* * 98c Ord to " dko tiiG * om« in when they can b \ .PA t limn rrfv fn» -Te*tc«    JU f.rant # leiuporary I.# - * t rn i ii tut Ord..-    Hruit tai «>f ?)ire« lur. "uiyth mu ti I ustrllo New •»'-* ii. u*U Had % I rem tty Hr rn Sworn In I. He la ken to lliglieat A our la. was s# re 11 I hiladelphia, May Comm is* u n# r Durham am; publican it a#}* is ii av e ’a,,* gauge thrown dow n by .Max and are* forming: their lints thai will doubtless rn* a. ore. Mr. Our haul was in with his lieutenants lint ii bt ar W ednesdax morning of ’ht* parties to the confer' lift re- Op bf Ira I# the i t.ii* en 't* speah of psi bx the ordain -an was I .iii . how ex ♦ r s' s.-too el the let.’!' ailed for the purpose I' *** T" appoint the ..ii#. I Safe tv ; Iii pub!!,    xx, I'..' .    ' pi; it in the hands of    the civ    .    ,*>*•:,    ii, Under he ii*! of the ast I**-im:. •-the law bo, s not    i • .    •    :    ♦ :, -    x #- until th*- in, mn lieut    mayoj s t #    r i. * .    \ I'ires in \j*riI Jim*?* ii -    *_»»,- ♦ rally believed. however, thai ■ • governor or tim members of ti.* »» > outside of Phi adelphia wo i a,.,# ibis plan. Mayor Weaxer n a-lied .    > alw lilt t* -IO 11 I* J iii k \\ et! I! es i la \ ;j | < I few minutes later annoniited hat Od. Sheldon Potler had taken in oath of office as director of public saf#-r\ ie succeed David .I Smuli, removed. Prior to the mayor s arrival to: a,cr Jmise <Jordon, xx iio K a.-so'iHic, iii. kl th ti Rom of New \<ud ; - aiixutu counsel for Mr. WOavep, call,,! ,1 • i*.» latter**; ofllcE-. He de, lined »o - iss the obj«*« f of bis visit ii ih< « it\ ^ counsel passes i b»- aas works least* I over the mayor s \eto. which is proi - I able. an apical will immediate!\ ii I hrm IC. . n *t iu,u..r , Uit.f \'vL.^aw Russian I , aud. Max 25. i ii*' • hic f , f polit e ,-f si* die . , apital * f the nuvfnun.nt . f Diat mane. was sew re i> In j tire d by t be c-' olosion cd a bomb ai midnight, He xx;i' sit ling on Ult veranda of a dub when att unknown man approached aud hurled a k< nib at him. The missile, how ever. f>l! short, hut ♦ xploded near .uioujih lo Die chief of ;>oiicc fur fragments t«, injure him seriously. Three persons were also injutMl. The man who 1 ii re w t bf bomb * scaped. Hut T** InrtiuiM. I * Du shurp, May 2,». rhe commission appointed under she presidency of M. butler, assistant minister <*! the iii!erior. i#, ,{#.,    ,,u    r*^t. 'ires to adopt in order to increase the i* venue.' of the cm pi re. has determined to re* ouimend increased t;iva ficui to lh*- amount necessary to meet tile additional expc*nses on account ,-f the war and is considering the uu,»s \ ours to Serv e. E.V. KOTSCH & CO Cash on Delivery of Goods. i <s*»* CHITWOOD • tnt TAILOR for UP-ID-DATE J CLOTHING, NEXT T0|POSTOFFICE. jp==G== PAUL VV. ALLEN. Livery. Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Hoarded by Hay or Wopk Satishu-tioH Guaranteed.    Best    (it    S**rv Allen Livery Barn souther Wns'Dtl Avo..    »i    .. ice feet that I ho Japanese have . • railroad ?<> V adiv#>su»k ai. »    . . that fortress |’h«* dire, tot i.    •    » * I informed iii** v-su, iaied pi, '    u; there mo* two un.-s to Vladivns ,, direct bx w t\ ,,r Khabnnost . s a and ! ii** oi I # * \ la |larbin. Th# S- ,; ♦ Is working and no inim t upi t*u u # latter had l<#***n re|N)rted from i». t -. r w hence nu - o ,*s are < on riving Imjuirh-s on tile "uhj* t t been despa', bcd lo Hariiin Th.    \.. office has no 111 w of the raiii... rut and the idea that Du f,. cut off on the land side i> as absurd. I'uMigh ii i> always Dial a small raiding party tnigi the rat Iron ! * i • i t, * i * u a> • iriix it. It is eon.'. 11• i ,*,! impossii.i ♦ \ cr. i hat a Japanese j t!-,,    •    v consummation of tin* lease and a legal j '<>n °f an incora< ,ax trom which the have Massed ii    -    • war will follow, which will probably!    ' lU! Si°n sir,s r* ’‘‘i*' ,MM''M>" I misli hues u j.,, ' not end until the l/ntted State* sn-    77----—    o , •‘oi'iu* Miav* itu«v.    '‘loire    distam breme court has passed on the merits of the In this »*xent the services of Mr. Hoot, .‘fudge Gordon and other r ^ turf*-ii la < I • >« 11 Nlotkhiilni'a Ntrerta, Stockholm. May 25 Students of the ' igh hoofs ar, < b aning the , ity’s vfreefs in place «,f the regular street eatiers xx Iio have 'Unit!, for improved one)tiious Plenty of volunteers seem *»\idy to assist Du inuniiiiml authohi-t.cs and it is said that in th#- event f a conriiitiirm■♦* of the strike military offiucrs and ,ixil ofTicials intend to from a street cleaning brigade and take tunis in attending to the sani-.sry neefvsitic's of StcM'kliolni • V T t«- in |i i ,,,    u i’m In V un I »>. Topeka^ Kau Max 25 Txx t( I ramps w< re*arr,'•,*.! i■ *, ..»;n    (>v rvtactive Almaine, ,*; Du* Santa Fe. ijiarged vith trying t«. week .^nt* Fe pas. ,*n -cr train No. ii b^i night at Hat* I im fen miles Mi,th ,‘f here. 'bhis is sd* ‘ * cond att'rapt mode on No. it within Die past two weeks, the first being on • essful. " ln*ri Du* train W3s clerailcyi near Emporia Mux 15. The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells ‘ bir Shot's for Women.    The iesigner's touul. .limJ the shoe* Tiake^r s touch, loucli your4 feet an*! pc coke ti cook lighter. They are es|>eeially strong in modern styler and travel in the i»e-t society. goC HAPM AN made to Du* courts/to prevent the j J -Kin oi an income tax from which the I i,av.1'    ’    1 git Ile iCussfi UHM, in ion, h lur th< Kr«i>iuc    s»,iiii»t.    entire    distance lMi\x,*#-n    j Oklahoma Oty,    Ok ,    Max 25    Secre-j    vlteh a    army anc!    Du* divisj.-n    . \ *! tary    Shaw went    to kl    Reno over the j    lh* Tunien river, k*al talent will I., al th, mayors dis-i morninK al th, Invitation '.Tthy J    Vom' Harbin saying',ha."l,oil JT^,.d a. «»y,h. fi»rm#r*.-„,r; iL“"X'L    u' VZ‘J,!,'!:! xY.dZZ- UT'* "" T sr r^r :r i    1    ;»r    1 r:i    ,,    r?;,, f k Hi i ‘ A. Cl ll si Si Ila. art I rf» 4 /. . m a —. I — I .. __ . ■    .    ... .I    .    .    *"    '*^11,1^1    f I-'*, rrik* I roil   a. St. I Amis. Mo.. May 25. The friai IT* * .ii;:: : Model Bakery.... j •    Kvt-r.vlhin^ tfo<„| to,-at aUviivs »„ Im,,,! at ,|lt    S •    Xl„,t,.i lUk.-ry. Hr,-Ti. Cakes. Ht*». Cookie    5 !    Li!.1.1.1'10'- Eli-. Sp,. Ium opposite the DOHta>ffin>.    • : J. A. ISLINQER, Prop    ~    * wa^ continued until next tc,m c,f  ........“airt.    The continuance was granted ! r1- ’=    : '**    I    ^ r    I ! - -    -1 %   ; ”■ - rr,    !    se,,    in#    -I    ii pa lu*.'•* 11 em lies , #, iii*, the i fifli s#> of ix'riurv * samf‘ proceedings were laken by    i    #lunk»L    heights north of th., xmti,,, ,    -- Peter C. Costello, former directer «f J    °I^ka Kan. May 25. The mem- I I tofu May 21 for,im. the laVn# J.!*"**    ’* Mr M public works, against the mayor and A    cd    the    board    of    tail    way    com-j evacuate Dun m h,u    M    !    <*»peka.    Kan,    May    25. flov. Hint.* Lincoln Acker, xx ho was appointed u mi Mon err wi|] vfarf jn a ff>w (,aya    _1________(hopes    to have the liattlrbhin Kansae the office Tuesday by the mayor. ; ,or rf‘xaj'* Arkansas and Missouri to ,    rl,B,,,''u    * hiom Enjoiuv* j supplied with a new silver si rvi«» fur Judge Ralston granted a temporary j    a    comparison of the railroad * SHn Franc,sco# May 25. Judge Mor- Lished bv a Kansas jew#*ler ll, injunction restraining Mayor Weave i j rafes in **»<>«« states with I bos#* of | r°w’of the ,Tnlted 8,a,es dWU*t court, ! citied Tuesday to call Jfor de sicm!* i Kansas, fhis dntv c mai.<ma ».«    i has granted a restraining order again?! j prices for tbc amice from ail Huns I The Ada National Bank. rnu iinnr k ... : from removing Directors Smyth and ) Costello from office* and Monday Max 2b xx as set jus Die* date for argument on tho injure Don Kansas TH is duty is r#qnired by the statute. Another trip will l*> made hit' r in the suminer to Nebraska, Iowa and Minn sot a. *U SS ii,    .    ,, ,     »r-    *»•    *•»    I    CA.’    SCI    XU' ie al derma I* ederation of Labor and I jeweler^ aru! it' hey the local lalior unions from boycottini a firm of hat manufacturers of Dan bury. Conn. n fill the or, at a price in the t» igbhorhood of th made by the ,*a    »*n i.rms they xvii! given the commission ,N0 L. BARRINGER. Vice Pr«,#OT< FRANK JONES. C»ihi*r. ORVIHE SNEAD Assi C«shi*r CapitRl Stock, - - -    .......$50.,KR*.UU Undivided Profits. . . .    *.*0.2,h,.oo BfankslFomished and Remittances Made to the Govern-Trenton Town Lot?. ADA, CHICKASAW NAHON, IM*. PEK. ;