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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                ADA EVENING NEWS. THK< NBW8 PEK WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 2. 1905, NUMBER 851 If You Want AH .lit -tt ot life on en i n  pi i 11> I o 1 00 J. W. DUFFAL I NKVV PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. N nri, i I I  find Miss Russell, tho latter making an exceedingly stionvr i nee the week, but owing to the lend of nearly 3.0nO held Kaney, it was impossible to overcome, the ma- jonty, but which was consider ablv i educed at the final count. The winner. Miss Clyde Uanoy, is to be tongt atul ited upon the tiong nice she iniule Herselt and friends faiihfull.t fioni the -tart toi tin- scholar ship and she woll deserve-, the honor has attained Lt is on i earnest wish that the sc olarship will ot inestimable to the young lady and that it he tho cheif moans of as sitting her io boi onvc a useful uoinan, not only to her tamilv, but to the entne world Ana. I T .Inn 2. 1905. To the Kxeninir 1 to thank you for the in- shown me in the recent schol irslnp contest of which I bonoiod tlie winner I shall hold in kind reineinbiance those who assisted me in >e ominsr this valuable scholarship and it be my aim to accredit m such a manner as to Deaf and Dumb Report. (ruthrif. Ok., .Ian. intendent Beainer ot the Okla- homa Deaf and Dumb Institute completed his report today, showing serei ty five inmates at a cost to the Territory for the pust quarter ot Charged With Killing. McComb, Ok, .Ian. 2 -Both Constables Mitchell and YiMidell weio held to theftrand vei- charged with killing Jus- tice of the Peace G'nn here last Monday. Charged With Manslaughter. Oklahoma City, Ok., Jan. 2 The jurv impaneled bv Coroner Me-enbauizh to inquire mt" the muse ol the wieck between 3hi- enyro, Rock Island and Pacific passenger and fieiyht trams tinee miles we-t of here Friday, resulting in the death of Engineer Kiank rendered a veidict tonight fixing the blame on Con- ductor Andv Ighng and Engineer Fiank Cochian of the freight train The jurv charged them with m umal neghgence Piosecut- ing Attornev Paul swore out war i ants charging them with manslaughter in the second de- gree Ingling is m jml Coch ran has not hoen seen since noon today A Ben Hur Ride. A merry party compimed of J H. Baroff and Miss Anna Kapin, of Chicago, Mr and Mrs i. Har ris, Mr. and Mrs Geo. McKoy, Leo Wilson and Minn Grace Hoi- ley enjoyed a fifteen mile drive Sundny Tho drive extended lloff, and the above heading was a suggestion let drop by Miss KM pin, on account of the lough of the roads, which wa-t timely to the point Our road commisnionei'H have been off duty in this country for several years and this the main reason for the condition of the toads, but sometimes the driver is to blame for hitting rocks and stump.s. For Territorial Penitentiary Law tor, Ok.. Jan. move) meat in on foot to call a conven- tion of the people in the new country some time early in uarv. with a view of securing the locations of a Territorial peniten- tiar in the Wichita It is under- stood that Gerg- iison "ill favor the project and will recommend something of the kind m his message to the Legislature. The scheme ia to utilize the wealth in the Wichita Mountains as a proper field for development by convict labor. CHEROKEE GIRL ELOPES WITH ALLEGED CRIMINAL Hh The Cantury Club Program. Roll Polish Note Book Hi-tor V to page 130 Leader, Mrs Thornton Poland ntid lier meet the approval of all my I Or ville snead tin nils xmrereh i Miss Clyde llaney ilostexs CONFEDERATE VETERANS ELECT THEIR OFFICERS. b OPERA TKRE COMMENCING The Lyceum HOUSE NIGHTS, DAY, JANUARY 5th. Stock Company ON EOF HIE Rl t COMPAMhS A (if VRAVTKKIJ OPENING PLAY Down on Farm, A FOUR ACT COMEDY ELEGANT SPECIAL SCHNKKY GLASS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS, A Seats POPULAR PRICES, 25 and 35 Cents) on Sale at Clark's Drag Store. WHWBIr Tho L. Byid e.unp of Conledorate Veteians in regular meeting met in large nuinbei -it then hall Sunday >it 3 o'tloik the (K'casion lieiny on tho tiist day of the year, and the tune ot the annual election officets foi (he cnup, saiu Hariri- apt Com i roMidintf Several new oietn bor- wete e'ect d The camp oli clod the following xeterans an ofhecM for ensuing year- C'apt llaitris, Capt Coin; M Me- KliVfith, 1st Lieutenant. A J Looper, L'nd Lieutenant; R R Looper, IJrl Lieutenant, L Hall, 4th Lieutenant; VV L Bud, J W Fain-, Quuiter H. Wheeler, Com Or Yarbiouyh. Surgeon; Mronts, Asst Surgeon; J M. Chaplain, A W. Weaver, Tioasurei; VV U Walkei, Ser yeant M Anjfhn, Officer ol tlie ilay; H C Pearson, Color Hersieant; .1 I' Itell, Vidette; C Ii Houston, 1st Color (Juaid; W. A. Towniend, 2nd Color Guard; und Mis. M. C. Looper, Sponsor for the camp Neai ly nil elected h id before, oi-cupied the same position in the camp. Every action of the eontedemtox was as unanimous and wUh heitrty good will is was during the great war. All the officers elected are.good men and deserving of the honor. Several visitors were in attend ivnce all of whose pjpnenoe wast Appreciated, of fhe present being Mis Mrs Looper, Mis., .lames Looper, Loopei, Mis Montgomery, others Betoie the adjournment of the the i olio ing resolution was unaminouslv adopted- REhOLUTI >N "Whereas, This (.'amp regrets to learn there if a leport that numbers of this Camp pioposed on Jul> 4, to burn u blue ivercoat, therefore it is unani- resolved tuat said report is without found ition and talse. Tnlsa, I. T. Jan. Gandv, aged 16 years, niece of Cheif W. C Holers, the has eloped fiom her home in Ponca City, Okla., with Sam Thompson, an alleged criminal, and .spen the night in Tula A. (lei sKtei, Mrs. Stella Thump son, of Ft Worth, is in TuNa now, looking for her, to nee if she can induce the runnaway to re- turn home So 'far the girl has not been found, but the officers think they have her located in a deserted near the cit.v, where and Thompson are in hiding. A bt other of thegnlis here also, and threatens to kill Thompson on sight. The girl is a Cherokee citizen and owns valuable property. 1 lie Lyceum Stock Co which will appear here three ing Januarv 5. is said to be a strong combination "Down on the Farm'' will be the tirst bill and it IH said the play is replete with funny sayings and bright wit 250 tf Farmers Burn Cotton. Atlanta, Ga, .Jan 2 farmers and merchants ot Gaines villf, Ga and Saturday burned tlieir quota of cotton with ceremonv. Duncan liendeison cariy a full line of fresh staple groceries I hey are courteous to their cus tomets and would like a share of .vour patumage. 247 fit "Down on the Farm" present- ed by the Lyceum Stock Co is said to be exceedmcrly fine. They will be here. Thuisdav, January ft. 250-tf Duncan have just received u car of feed and can plv jour wants at once. '247 6t Not Caught Sherman, Texas Jan. Sheriff's office is without a word of additional information relative to the two who stand charged with the burglary of W. C. .lones Co's store in this city and the subsequent homicide of Sheriff W M Russell of Hugo, I. T., who had them in charge and was en route to Texas. Up to thin time every rumor of their havi.-ig been seen has been followed closely and shown to be groundless. If von enjoy pastoral sayings and witty reportee von will be on the front row at the opera next Thursday night when the Lvceum Stock will play "Down on the Farm." Petition For a Pardon. Futhrie, Ok., Jan. neys are here to petition Gov. Ferguson to pardon Mrs. Lydia Rowland, serving a life term at Lansing, Kan., for killing her infant child in a Stroud hotel iliree ago. Mrs. How'and's aged mother, totally blind, is also serving a life term for the same killing. Byers the Murderer. Gotebo, Okla., Dec. N. Byers, who after three years' lit- igation won this townsite and whose conduct toward the people here was very vindicitive, shot and killed wife A coroner's jury nt a m., found as above Byers at present is under indict- ment for attempt to murder the former husband of the mu-dered woman. He has been taken to the Hobart jtil by Deputy Sher'.ff Stephens. Fatal Shotgun Accident. Cui ney, Ok Jan '2 Baldwin, iged'21 years, wax in- stantl.v killed heie, yesterda.v in a peculiar manner He was driving a lumber wagon with a shotgun beside him, the weapon was was jai red, falling to the bed ot the wagon and ex- ploding, the. charge striking Baldwin. Engineer Not Yet Found. Oklahoma City, Jan. efforts to locate Frank Cochran, the engineer who is connected with the Rock Island wreck Fri- day mornuig, and tor whom a warrant charging him with man- slaughter .in the degree has been issued, oave proved fu- tile. Conductor Ingling, who was arrested last night, haw been re- leased on bond and will have a bearing ft, RUSSIANS AT PORT ARTHUR ASK TERMS OF SURRENDER. Toluo, Jan. 2, 10 a. following cable has been received from Gen. Nogi: "I received a letter relating to surrender from Gen Stoessel, the commander of the Port Sunday night Arthur garrison, at 9 o'clock." The news that the Russian forces at Port Aithur have been reduced to such a strait that at last the heroic commander has been forced to propose surrender uuon a month of reverses. The xiege begun almost with the firing of the tirut gun of the war- now neatly eleven months and when pet haps the greatest stronghold in the world gar nsoned by diers, supported by Russian sol a tormidable squadron of modern battleships, and torpedo boats. portant factors in the capture of this position as they also in t'te fall of the Rihlung fort on Dec. 29 All these rved to cut communications between the to be the "last ditch" of the de- fenders and a great part of the hiin of forts. From the hour of the fall of East Keekwan events have seemed to be hastening to their culmination, for on Dec. 81 Sungshu Mountain fell into the hands of the Japanese, and only a few hours later the H fore, an- other strong position, wajt cap- tured. _____________ Residence Burnt at Ardmore. Ardmore, I. T., Jan. Friday night destroyed J. P. Mullen's residence and contents. The loss was JNL   

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