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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 % Sksmd  To take those  handsome ll D Ta* ft Pnflfpp Pfl But everybody does it o o Olldlllw Presents given away by the    ®    wvllwv    vv*    Onnosite Pn«tnffirp  Opposite Postoffice.  WEATHER FORFCAST  Tomorrow Fair.  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 3 p. IL -j 55 degrees.  VOLUME 2  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1905  NUMBER 239  ^Practical*  CHRISTMAS  FRISCO BREAKS THE  FAST THAIN RECORD  The Frisco south bound Tuesday morning apparently undertook to atone for a week's record of  not Mich a great crowd of passenger*; rather small, infact, for  the holidays.  I holiday tardiness It pulled into However, it may tie said, ibis  Ladies fine cloaks; Ladies fine furs; Mens and m 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.  tho station only thirty minutes late and was in such haMe to go on that it departed without a1 lowing time for all the passcn gers to get aboard. Several were left at the steps being pushed away by the conductor, he prom  Was the fastest train through \da for many days—that is, it whs I he fastest starter.  Jury Disagreed.  -San Antonia, Tex., Dec. 26.-Th jury in the case of the negro MUR to return for them. T. R. j M'>nk Gilman, was discharged af-Wheeler, who has been visiting! tcr  bavin* hee" out 85 hours and his brother, W. H Wheeler, ,, 0 ,.!    to    agree    upon * verdict,  aboard with one of his children, jOibsm. was charged with mur-leaving his wife and  ano Uier ' 'b: tire white person* in Jack-  Let us serve you  child behind. J. X. Mill s and J, E. Henry of Sulphur were left. One old gentleman nutria to get his grip on tho train  go* left himself. It wa* v considerable violence that hurled his execration* at ! fleeing train.  | H is rather inexplicable,  I a suden departure Then  son county. Texas. Me is 17  0  Yea vs old.  I  i d Christmas Fun at Francis.  Monday night there was some  th kind of h serious mix-up at Fran  hi’  live  •Ut  V..IS  ids it WML* Ii guns were promiscu ; Msi\ brandished, but the mar   ; M al s oftic* wa* nut in f ormed that jam /H>iy wa* hurt Officers will  hr tile rf* tonight to investigate {the iron bu*  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  BUILDING TRADES UNIONS SIGN AN AGREEMENT  New Yora, Dec- 26.—No workers were happier yesterday than the IOO,fOO skilled men in the building trades when it was announced that every union, with the exception of the Housesmitbs and Bridgemen, had signed & trade agreement of from one to three years, to go into effect Jam I. By this action the unions have •officially repudiated the -trike of the structural iron workers.  In many of the trades the prevailing wage will continue for the coming year. The wages of the bouse carpenters, however, will be increased 30c a day and the cabinetmakers will receive an increase of 22c a day, beginning •ext July.  The trade agreements now date  from Jan. I, instead o: May, us heretofore. I his step was taken because the employers do not want strikes on their hands on May i, at which tim* the build leg season begins.  Wreck in Mississippi  Meridian, Miss., Dee. 26. In a rear-end collision on the Alabama and Vicksburg at Chunkey, about 6:55 last evening, two men were killed, three others seriously injured, and a train load of passengers badly shaken up.  News Force Dined  E. E. Parnell, proprietor of the New Harris, acted the gracious host to the News force yesterday. The boys partook of a su rn pious Christmas dinner at the ooluptuoute board of the New Harris.  CASUALTIES AT MOSCOW  NINETEEN THOUSAND HAVOC OF FIRE AND  London, Dec. 26.—The correspondent of the Daily Telegraph at St Pete tv burg, in a dispatch dated at 6;45 p. rn. Dee. 25, says: At an early hour this morning the casualties at Moscow were estimated at 5,000 killed and 14, OOO wounded, tyith the fighting still proceeding.  The inhabitants of Moscow have been .forbidden to leave their dwellings atter 7 o’clock in the evening.  It is impossible to move about the city in consequence ot the frequency of stray bullets. Many innocent persons have been accidently killed. ,  A scarcity of provisions is threatened.  Your Moscow correspondent’s telegrams have not been accepted because all private messages  were refused this afternoon.  It is learned, however, that cannon firing is now proceeding in various parts of the city, where tonight, very near the railroad stations, the barricades erected by th® revolutionists are being desperately defended.  Eight Miners Killed.  Ironwood, Midi., Dec. 26.— Eight men were killed yesterday by a fall of 1,000 tons of ore from a slip en the 1,300 foot level of the Newport Mine in Ironwood.  New Trustees Qualify,  Tuesday the recently elected school trustees took the oath of office rind dub assumed their official duties. The new members ire VV. ti Broad foot, Joe Deck ert, (J. M. Chauncey and VV. VY. fledge.  Scott-Hoard Co  r  ii  ♦  *  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded Uy.liay or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    "    Best of Nervier.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend J Ave,.    Phone    t>4.  ■f  ■F  o  EVANGELIST P'M. FITZGERALD, of Texas,  who will begin n protracted^eating at thcJJCumberland Presbyterian church on corner of TownseniiSAvenueJandjFifteenth^Street, on 31st day ofDecem I**,  , 9°5* at ti o'clock a. in., at which service the church will be dedi cated.^Bro. Fitzgerald is'know l 1^.ill T Jover;the'*south*and f west as one of the strongest preachers in the denomination. We cordially invite everybody to attend, and especially invite all the ministers of the city aud Christian Feople to helpjus in this work.  GUS KRANNICH  'Over Freeman r Sit  SHOULD; BE YOUR TAILOR  ,    >«*«*«• "predate ut,Ie* just receded to .Wert  trim. Fit guaranteed on every.fgarnient made in rnv sh* o Pirat el aaa workmanship, my motto.  GUS KRANNICH.  K. C. Tailor Shop. -     Ada     ,     r   15 DAYS ONLY $10.00 off on ail 'Tailor Made Bu is  ■■■■■■■■■■ One half off on all Misfit*  CHitWOOd, The Tailor.  STREET CAR COLLISION  Los Aggies Ult! . Doc. 25 I n the largest hotel fir** in the Ins tory of Lo® Angles, the Van Nuys Broadway Hotel, one of the first-class hostelries of the! city. located at 412 422 South Broadway, in (be heart of the business district, was almost completely destroy' d yesterday. One hundred ami ten guests, most of whom were still in bed at the time the lire broke out, escaped in scant clothing to the street. Many of them got out in their night clothes and pructi cully nil suffered the loss of their entire baggage and personal bc-longings. Five firemen were in jured during the progress of tin  flames by tile collapse of the rear of the second floor They were precipitated icto the basement and all suffered more or less serious injuries  Los Angle* Cal , Dec. 25.— Forty Air more persons were injured shortly after six o'clock last night in a collision of three st f*eet cars. The collision occur* ed at the corner of Second and Spring streets, one of tho busiest sjjotv in tile business *.f*ofion of the city.  Little Reek On Fire.  Little ll ck, \ rk., Dec. 26 A big fir • h tried in a livery st ible • sui swept a way an entire block. Foe tire 1* not yet under control.  Fancy ^  Lump COAL!!  Now is the season to place your orders for coal We handle the booth McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate Fancy Lump Coal and can fill your or dors on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered same day must be received by 4 o’clock p m.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.:  PKon* Not 129  The Ada National Bank.  FRANK* JONES^cL hi  JW0 ‘  l *  8ARR, * GER -‘  v »« Presider* frank JONES c«*hl., ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cahier  Capital Stock, - - -Undivided Profits. - . .  *    'q    I    ***!    it    I    ^  Blanks Furnished and Reirittanccs Made to the Cover ment on I own  AIM, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK   

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