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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 4  iii    pi    To take those handsome ll D To* SL Onffaa fin But everybody does it.  Usa Shame Presents given away by the  U *  r * IM* LOTTCC LO. Opposite Postoffice.  WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Fair.  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22, 1905  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At o p. rn., 40 degree*.  NUMBER 237  ^Practicals  CHRISTMAS  TO PUSH THE MEASURE AFTER CHRISTMAS TIDE  COOLIES ON THE RAND.  Chinese Prisoners Overrunning the j British Colony Cause Reign of Terror.  Q Ladies fine cloaks; Ladies fine furs; Mens and  (Ladies ties, handkerchiefs, purses, and gloves, Mens suspenders, hose, shirts, mufflers; Ladies collars,shawls, belts and fascinators; rugs, table linens, dress patterns; waist patterns; Mens and Ladies slippers and juliaette and fine hosiery. You can here secure beautiful, practical Christmas presents which will be highly appreciated.  Washington, Dei*. 22.— All bn* iii ft* w of those who came to Washington from Indian Terri j tory and Oklahoma to promote i the cause of statehood, and im i-dentally the aspiration* of various  ofticeseekers, have gone home. J "The Chinese are everywhere.” writes J  ,    .    -    observer    in    South    Africa.    “You    see  I fie last of them leaving t'>'s     ln     „ (  , llr  , mvns     |  afternoon. A    number of    them    ,    platforms of    the    railway    stations,    or j  I are to return    immediately    alter    j    ai*out the Rand.    There are now    nearly  the holidays, however, and    it B|    ' J!"  of th, ‘  I    ’    J    sure of Cl  the intention to have at least a  0,000 of them scattered up and down j country about 40 miles in en *th. Some are working in mine's | few on guard until statehood shall which ara practically in Johannesburg become a reality. The housemornins I was walking  • down ( ommis^ioner street, when I came across 30 of them at work dig ring oat the foundations of a new ! del They were prisoners serving i nns of hard labor, and were leased o it to the contractor at one shilling a ital a ray. And they were employed in the very center of Johannesburg. Out at Knight’s I saw a huge camp where 1.400 more Chinese prisoners ar* at work making a deviation of the tai I wav lint* from Hermiston to Bok.-  CHRISTMAS  Let us serve you  I v  •I  •I  COX-GREE!  Dry Goods Company  gg*"!  d  will take up the statehood mil j I very soon after the reassemblage | and the in tuition is to put the I measure through that lady with j iu two day s.  The general opinion is that the! bill will be sent to the Semite be j  1  fore Jan. IO, The progress will be slow rn the Senate- In that body the tight will be to retain j I the omnibus nature of the hill.! (tp.nion i> that this effort will fa 1 1  and that statehood will be given! only t> Oklahoma and Indian! ! Territory. But it will not come  I  until lite in tin 1  spring.  One Negro Kitted Two.  Muskogee, I T, Hee. 22.- Doc K illingswortIi, a negro I irber of Denton, I exes, s hot him! killed  ;  his for UHT wile, and also a negro girl named Kate Patton, wl.or.i * he accused of in macing his wi , to r* main in Muskogee.  ■ Thc*o ^W4*epings of tP.• * Chinese ri^on... \\ 'o ar** now overrunning a  Iritish    colory,    art* Hot content    with  to 1  re    rob!    >*ry    T’ < y do that    ii'' a  What tho?© isolate rf ores dread i>> th * Kill, kill!'    from  w.io roam over Pie th** country    dare  I at night.    They  er’s houses for i»ro-  atter of course ann? and lonel r> of T a. ts h© yellow florid .  !  It. People i  IPI "Iv Si.» to  I-     FOR MEN    FOR LADIES      Nice Umbrellas    Nice Parasol      Silk Scarfs, in Individual !    Eancy Collars      Boxes I    Embroidered Handkerchiefs      Suspender* in Neat Patterns !    Kid Gloves      Fancy Hosiery    Fancy Neck Bibbons      Good Linen and Silk Hand- !          kerchiefs    Hand Bags      Eagle Shirts    Shirt Waists      Neckties in Separate Boxes    Furs      Suit Cases    Coats     a i  FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS  Nice Fur Sets. Good Warm Gloves Nice Knit Toques.  Dressy Shoes for Little men and women and numerous other articles suitable  for gifts.  Scott-Hoard Co  mr* :    rn**.'*-  w  Ie fort rren.  uving d tuition <  r  "v  IN ANNUAL SESSION WANTS THE MASSES TO  «iklahoma City, ()k . Dec 2*2 — Four hundred members of the Oklahoma and Indian Territory Bar Association are in attendance at the annual meeting here which will elo'e tonight with a banquet-The meeting wa* called to order la>t afternoon, at which timeC. B. Stewart of South .McAlester, the president, delivered his annual address, which was confider ed one of the finest ever heard in this city. The program for the afternoon was as follows:  “Some Suggestions on the Insurance Problem," Orville T.  son of ( hickasha; “Cherokee Na tor.’ \\. ll. Kronegay of Vinita; *T. hoc taw •( ’hickasaw Nation," S. T. Bledsoe of Ardmore; Creek Nation, \\. r. Hutchings of Muskogee: “Seminole Nation,” A. S. M(K en non; “Lincoln the Lawyer, Jesse J. Dunn of Alva;  I  TAKE CONTROL OF PARTYlL  +  4*  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Town*end]Ave.,    Phone    04,   : o=i  TI  +  4*  rd  O —WB  Indian pol is, Hid., Dec. Thorn* j absolutely in control of the eras Taggart, Democratic National gani/aition and dictate the policies Chairman, today issued an appeal of the party.” to members of the party which In view of the fact that so  many of the rank and tile voted tion to the masse* to come in and against Judge Parker the appeal; take charge of the party organ-j of Mr. Taggart to that class is izillion and thus supplant thejconstrued te be a thrust at the) leaders.    leadership which dictated Park- j  He says that there if. no reason er s nomination.  Indian Territory, lins why the rank and tile of the par |  I aasmuch iu* the In- ty should not be in control of the j  “Indeterminate Sentences,” W.L. | is construed here into un invita Barnum of Ponca City.  Benedict Resigns.  Washington, Dec. 22.—I. I).  Benedict, supervisor of indian schools in resigned.  GUS KRANNICH  (Over Freeman'-. Store)  SHOULD: BE YOUR TAILOR  se.ect First  “The Convict** Daughter” was  Smith of Guthrie; “History of jdian schools will have to be closed j organization and if they will come! * ns *' t ir °dm< d foul \t ars ago and j  m T „ , .    . ..j lr i    .    sprang into immediate favor. In  the Treaty Relations with the if there I* no legislation for their forward and take their proper j f ;i ct,it> success was almost mil-ac*  Five Civilized Tribes, C. M j continuance after March 4, no places as workers in tho prima- ulous. But there was a very  Fecheimer of Chickasha; “Tie one will be named at present to ries they will control tin* party g°od reason for it. The title is j  Five hundred of the latest uptodate styles just receive from. Fit guaranteed on every (garment made in my sin class workmanship, my mott4>.  GUS KRANNICH,  K. C. Tailor Shop. -    -    Ada,    I.    T.  Trial Judge,” Hon. J. T. Dicker ! succeed him.  SOPER ALSO TAKES A  fascinating and the play tells a beautiful story of heart interest. The company is strong in acting ability, the scenery pretty and tho stage mechanism is a revela-  TURN ON THE GRIDIRON  Washington, D C, Doc. 22.— The tight against the confit mat ion o f  L. F. Parker, of Vinita, as judge of the Northern district of Indian Territory, has reached nasty proportions, and has ex  XX Club Program.  Roll Call Observances of Christmas in Different Lands.  M u*ic    Nona Thompson.  Sketch, Henry IV,  tended to Pliny Soper, territorial j  Ta , ^ ^  ( J* national committeeman, inasmuch |    ^ rs  jj 0 p 0   as a charge has been made which States General, seriously »*ellects on the honesty and integrity of both. Iii short  organization. He f ut her says that he realizes that party harmony can be secured only by enlisting the cooperation of the masses and it is hi**    desire    that<    Don in the stage mechanic's art.  they should take absolute    eb.ir«<-    :’ Uani ‘* !, ' rs 0hi * w ^ l  * Constant  J have ann ameed I he Convicts of the party organization in Indi- OauKhter’* for January 'J-  ana and throughout the country.!  ; “There I* no reason,” he says,I  A "    of    military    sets   1  t» ,    ..    ”,    manicure sets, toilet sets and   :  why tho rank and    hie    ut    the    ,. ()mb M „ d bl . Us|l  „ etH  j„  my B ^ ts   ; Democratic party should not be  a r the Crescent Drugstore. tf284  15 DAYS ONLY  SIO.o0 off on all Tailor Made Suits One-half off on all Misfits  CHitWOOd, The Tailor.  CITY MARSHAL AT MAUD KILLS UNRULY  Lump COAL!  Now is th * season to place your orders for coal. We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can till your orders on shortest notice. Order; to be delivered same day must be received by 4 o’clock p. in.  *  +  %  t  I  i  h  4»  +  4  +  4»  4*  +  *  +  ❖  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. |  Phone No: 122  the department of justice is now investigating a charge that Parker, while assistant United States attorney under Soper, accepted a bribe of $*2,*200, in return for which he noil pTossed proceedings against certain persons, charged with selling liquor in the territory, according to an affidavit that the tunney was divided between Soper and Parker.  Mrs. Croxton. Mrs. Snead. Mrs. Mason.  Richelieu  Hundred Years War  Condition of France,  Mrs. Steed. French Educational System,  Mrs. Frierson.  Vocal Duett,  Mrs. Browell and Miss McXoy. Social hour.  Hostess, Mrs. Higgins.  Get your removal of restiiction blanks at this office.    if  Maud, Ok., Dec. 22.—City Marshal T. A. Dancer yester ! iv killed David Johnson, a colored section employe, with a bowie knife, while the latter was holding tile marshal’* gun, in at- Elided hi" life by tempting to resist arrest. A .under the whocl Coorner’s jury exonerated the of beer from all blame in connection with the killing. It is snit!,    ___ ____  however, that tile matter will bel Indian curios ut Sprague Bros, carried to the grand jury.    *222    tf.  Suicide at Sherman.  Sherman, Tex . Dec. *22 In a most deliberate manner Deunis B.Tafr. aged 7b year**, a stranger, casting himself of tin* northbound Fort Worth and loo (i ran de (Frisco) express train Ne, Id at *2:’» ) o’clock la-t afternoon.  Tile Ada National Rank, i  TOM HOPE. Presider)!?    IMH    I    ‘    Vina    Dr.claro    '  INO. L. BARRINGER. 1  Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  ......$50,000,  TOM HOPE, Presiden!  FRANK JONES Cashier  Capital Stock, - - -Undivided Profits. - -  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern inent on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION^!MD. TER,   

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