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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 See Those Beautiful Presents ggffe., Union Pacific Tea Co., fflg.  WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Fair md war moi  VOLUME 2  THE 0EMNG NEWS  DEVOTED TO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER ll. 1905  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At ‘A p. in , 51 degree*.  NUMBER 22’  •50c on  Uh FATAL BOUET FIRED  SlOOl^^H  AT DETENSELESS GIRL  ■sr SUCCESSES  rn  I  Big line of $1.50 Cfuett dress  m  shirts, winter styles; will close g out in the next few days at • your choice only  In the little town of Center, animal. As Copeland win- pass ten miles west of here, little l“jing, the ladies of the house cried year old orphaned Thedie *lones|.^ him not to shoot any more lies in a dying condition with a >  wh(>reupon< from  » distance of gaping bullet hole through, obt .     he    ttr ed    one    shot    in  chest. Young Walter  C, ;^' a ™’L     Hnd    th( . D    anoth er    at    th*  of that community, I* rn th     f     child    tak  M, ctawSrtk .he  Ile is twenty years  shooting.  I old.  I The stoiy as told by a number _  'of eye witnesses is one of unutter-1 criminal and there wen  able cruelty and watonoeas; th Ii threats of mob violence  ing effect as above stated.  A party of {infuriated citizens  quickly formed to arrect the  dir  But  awfnlact seems more like the in-J fortunately the boy and ^ explicable savagery of a mad mac cr soon left for Ada to sui rend  than that of a sane person.    ~ —    ,    „    ,  It seems that Copeland with , last night al tina Wowi a Hate_  two companions had returns Deputies Cu.nmings ^d Chap  from the ‘Corner’’- the render! man, a- soon as Hie rime wa  of the convivially inclined- , ported to the marshals office.  the Copelands had already de parted for Ada. The foregoing  to the officers, which was done  Arrow Brand collars, any style, each  lOc  VOOS of the convivially inclined— I ported to the with a liberal supply of whiskey;)hor-ted to the however, they were not in no os toxicnted condition. Mo proceed  iedto terrorize tile town by ridir., I are the details substantially as  down the main street on the quieti told the officers y    e ' DJ   I Sabbath aftereoon and diecharg jgirl ai d other e>« wi n .  • nK  at random his Colt’s forty I The boy’s fa ller is W. L.  :  fi , e  As he neared the Jane, Copeland, a highly respected ut  :  home a horse hitched at the gate | ii at of the community, ana lie is became excited at the din and| to be deeply sympathized with in M,ss Tiled ie caught hold of the! this terrible trouble._  C O X - G R E HI ~ _     =»______________  Pry Goods Company. IS STATEHOOD DELEGATION  MUTINIES MULTIPLY AND THE CRISIS APPROACHES  STORMS THE CAPITAL  Scott-Hoard Co.  AHD  The Ladies' Home journal Patterns  Alike they have met with an enthusiastic welcome by the public. Alike they tit into the economy of the hour.  -MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY-  The pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented— di'tinctly an improvement over tha beat. heretofore, and at Ute right price, too.  The .tore is new also; bright, attractive, broad-gnage and liberal in policv: active, clever and resourceful in management, with the willingness and ability to sell good  merchandise cheap decidedly an improvement, over every-thing hereabouts  It’* a great combination. The Hight Attern for the Best Store. The Bight Store for the Best Pattern.  Scott-Hoard Co  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY  The Big Cash Store  Your Money’s Worth or Your JVlonev Back.  Warsaw, Boc IL* ^he * er * went among the troops is increasing. A hundred soldiers of the Kevhohn Regiment headed a pro cession \esterday morning, sing ing revolutionary songs, In M&rsaikofska street their wu> va. barred by a detachment of the Grochowski Regiment, the  of Ii general strike throughout Russia and a possible final -tnig gle between the Government and the proletariat  This sudden change for Hie worst is the result of the shedding of the first blood in the telegraph strike Satin lay afternoon, almost simultaneously with the  lie statehood J lake friends H ^  tomminder of which ordered his action of M. Darnwu Minuter of teen to tire. Tho soldiers refined j the Interior, rn throwing down to do do and permitted the proce*-1 the gauntlet to thor organa-aion to piss. I he commanding officer then tied.  A rumor is current that  the  whole garrison of the W arsaw Citadel has mutinied. It is im I possible to verify the rumor as | authorities refuse admission ic the fortress.  St. Petersburg, Dec. ll. Another cr.sis i M  at hand involving ‘the indefinite prolongation of the postal and telegraph strike, the probable immediate precipitation  tions by arresting M. Krttstalefl,     lo    t p e     advent of  executive com- .  ,. lpective  OU UCH, .    ..    |  fourth, and  without warning    j e( j     t | ie    vva y     io  the avenue.  ! Washington. Dec. ll With I vigorous stride which marks |  I flying banners and a blatant band , the Westerner Hie avenue had ,  1138 stalwart men of Oklahoma not yet fully waked, but the few! and Indian Territory marched who were there were made to down Pennsylvania avenue this rub the slumber from their eye-.  I morning proclaiming by meand Some cheered them not knowing || I of the voci ferant badges on the) perhaps, why; but th lapels Of their coats that they boomers, come to '» had «mine to demand statehood, jof every one, waved their hats,;  I They arrived shortly atter ti: ready to believe that the aston o’clock in four special sleeping I ished hucksters and cheering! cars attached to a Baltimore and | gamins uproariously were in Ohio train. They formed in line | favor of joint statehood under the the train shed and) They marched four abreast to withC.fi. .lunes at their head.;the National Hotel and then marched ou tot the station. Justas boldly into that hostelry, where they emerged a hind. which Del .they were received by delegate legate McGuire had hit od to give Mi (mire. After breakfast til  PAUL W. ALLEN.  Livery* Feed and Sale Stable*  bv! Lh* j 01  Horses lk>arded Satisfaction Guaranteed  Week  Best et Service  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave.,    Phono  president of mittreof tho workmenV  Golf Tournament,  Mexico City Mexico, January 19u6. For this occasion the Kris co will make rate of t ao on-’ fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale dan. 1st, to 12th, inclusive. Final limit for return Feb. 2Sth, 1096.    I.    McNair    Agt,  Ada, I. T.  his pros-fellow citizen*, broke wheeling into line, passing one corm i of the capitol* which as yet showed >carcely & a sign of life Down that thor oughfare they marched in that  march whs resumed and the ed itors of three leading new" papers were stormed; at each place j they cordially received them.  On Sunday tin* delegation attended divine services. Today they will call on the President and other leading officials and statesmen.  WARREN ®. CO.,  Jewelers ^Opticians  Eye* I. t •: fret*    expert  tic la ii. Hest quality. i?iound lei  St.OO. In bot  olid f Sold SV.OO.  •n Almnnleo frame  Cod  C. J. WARREN ta. CO.  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR. FOB UP-TO-OATE CLOTHING. 125 West Main St.  STORMS ON COAST  PLUMBER ARRESTED FOR  DWL DANK RODRERY  KEEP LIFl-SEVERS KUSY I  Fancy &  COAL!  South McAlester, Dec IO,  J >  D Perry* a plumber, wa" ar rested here last night charged with connection with the robbery of the bank at Owl* I. T., I asst Nat-oriay night- Officers claim that Perry left here a few day* ago without funds arid when arrested had over a thonsrnd dollars on his person  the reported arrest lh* mid his brother are the owners of tho Owl bank recently robbed  River Improvement.  Muskogee, I. T. Dec. ll.-- 1 U* N. Haskell and Clarence B. Douglas have prepared anti sent to  *    .......______- .Hon. Bird S. McGuire a hill np-  The prisoner denies appropriating $225,000 , tor the  connection with the case anti Hay. [deepening,    ntraig .toning    and  he lax been in Oklahoma City j clearing out    the    channel    of    tie  *    •    *    Thrift thous Ark. River from    the head    of    the  sine* having here, three worn*  and dollars was the sum taken from the bank.  John Beard of Ada left Monday for South McAlester to investigate  navigation at Muskogee to Fort Smith, Ark* This was done in response to a request from Mr. McGuire addressed to Mr Doug* las.  Norfolk* Va., Dee. ll. Sunday was strenuous for the life saving crews of the Kitty hawk, Kill Devil and Nag's Head stations. The first two nettled against a terrific sea for several , hours in an effort to reach the I stranded steamship Aragon* and finally succeeded in shooting a line across the vessel’s decks. After this the entire crew of twenty one men were brought safely to shore in fbi* breeches buoy.  Considerable confusion as to the number of vessels ashore was caused by the prostration of the coast wire service Saturday I night-  I he w ind at Cape Henry last night was blowing 88 miles an hour, with a heavy sea running and a light fog  The Romance of “Katy.”  Since the management of the M. K. and T. Ky ha* tabooed its popular and convenient sobriquet, “Katy” there i* going the rounds a romantic story for the authenticity of which the Nerts can not vouch. It reads:    I    he  picture that has done adver ti sing service for tin* road so Mg wa-> a beaut if ul young woman of Hi. Louis and her name wa* Katy. Bim fell in love with the General Passenger Agent, who is a married man, and when she found her affection was not reciprocated, tried to kill him. The Gen oral Passenger Agent reigned and the beautiful picture niufct  Now is the season to place your orders for coal.  We handle the South McAlester, Henryk and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can iii I your or dors on shortest notice. Onier* to bo delivered annie day must be received by 4* o’clock- d- rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.;;  Pbon. Mo* HS    ,    ,  '" I ll 11H ‘ - 111111  MI 1  * 1  *  > ** 4nM 11111  *' 1  * *'! M * * *********  »*  go.  Get your removal of restriction blanks at this utticc.    if  mm*** nm****  The Ada National Bank. I  (OM HOPE. President?    INO.    L.    BARRINGER.    Vnfe    P/.rsideni    J  FRANK 10NES CUM*. ORVILLE SNEAD. Aul CpsA-fr  Capital Stor k,........-    •    'IM.WW-W.*  Undivided Profits.........~    ■    JI*,_*  Blank* Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town *x>t»-  ADA, CHICKASAW NATI' IN."IND. CKK   

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