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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma V’ W. HUN news BIV KS HIK NEW S WI 111.I I I ■> NKW > THE ADA EVENING NEWS r \ cJ VOLUME I DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY a DA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 8. 1905. $ ❖ * ❖ ❖ «*»    jyvo    new    STARS    AD- Our V DEO TO THE FLAG rn si tut \ ^    Wheth.M t"> i,a a lilt* 54: o, mn!' or female, very model no* ? rice Our se! r**    '•iso - me solid* made go *i by ;c.>»thor pair ■. »>\ * 5 to S S- to 11 i ii to 2 (I iris' heavy Vici, welt soli vicable, only $ Specials iii Lubes’ Willow Calf, (tin) '*elt    "ole, also Ladies Welt Soh", these    two "1106''    ie •    the very best $3.50 -lutes in our house I' * close at    $2.50 A $2.75 ❖ Men’s Crossett Sh vs without in equn n -tv ic* yfa    and durability, new goods just opened S3.OO. 3.50 4 00 A 5.00 sv & if* ❖ ❖ .ehoo* ii *1, \ el V OA/£PP/C£ SPO? CHS//- THE SHOE PEOPLE. >> * - *, #4 cc L*> •Am <HfcN # -v* $ * * A # * /* 7 iv # 4 -I' . « . •A, a. ' * Washington. Feb. 7. After a j ment was in the language ut the eontiiiuou** sittingof aluio^’ nine amendment formerly suggested! . i e ani r •' e • >1.00 SI.25 SI 50 $2 OO hours the senate at 8:45 * •otught lui-s d the joint Ma bill As passed tho hill pi for the i mission of I TU I; in l> * composed cl * bilabe Indian Territory, md Nev It* *. JI • '• *4 > i'! ;I    I * *    ie j boundaries with Ari: ’ma ..ated. I In* long ses'i rn was el eii-*.ed by many ,surpr;> ginning promptly upon th veniog >ek by Mr. Patterson* .Mini was offer* nod led as a substitute for the urovis-ides ion in tile bill admitting \rizomi ilia, Jin i New Mexico a* on* St ft tn*. and After di-eussicMtt pro and ceti lex I he vote was taken ;■< d it uhs sent |carried—42 to IO. imp I An amendment wa- elided by Mr. I>olli\or, providing for terms of court at Tuba in addition to the other cities in Oklahoma pro* Tided by the bill. Mr. Bailey opposed the amend- •t rn ASSASSIN IDENTIFIED SirJiTor .if frinlaui't I'ru. uralur i.iui-ril Wa* 1'orturriy t "tutl**ul s*t tti«-U»-Llnefi>!,'‘ I uHer*lt>' The first antnndtnvnl considered merit, but said, however, that if (prohibit* Hie sale of liquor in I a session of the court is tube I mi inn Territory for ten years, j held »t Tulsa he had friends he I Mr. Ballinger offered an amend* wanted to accommodate at Chick-| nient HS ft substitute for the com- asba and offered an amendment '■ mittens provision, making the providing for cilia. Both amend-tinn* twenty-one years ani! ex-1 meets were agreed to. tending its operation to Hie entire    1 :*E>, the Senate resumed its sitting as the Senate, Mr. Spoon* Mr. Teller and Mr. Spooner jer K»v*‘ notice that ho would de-spoke in support of the substitute ,nand a separate vote on the Bard and Mess s. Bailey, Bacon, Hey amendment for separate state-. burn, Foraker and .Mallory' bood tor N«"' Mexico This1 against it. The opposition was notice, under the parlimentary | based on the ground that the practice ol t ie Senate, had the 'provision contemplated an inter j*'-!*’1'* 111 reviving that question fern ce with the police power, of jttnd il    hiken up and a state.    amendments    to tin* provision wits l ie* substitute was carried by a i declared to be in order, vote of 55 to 20.    The vot0 w;ls then again taken | l'he text of    the    (.Willinger    ou the amendment to admit New amendment applying to the en Mexico to separate statehood, tire state of Oklahoma is as fob This time the amendment was lost lows:    by a tie vote of lh to ^18. J “The mrtnufactui e, -ale, bart JI -Nlr Bacon tnen offered an or giving away of intoxicating aim‘mhuent eliminating Arizona j liquor- within this state is hereby Iaru^ New Mexico entirely I rom Doniucruta Oppu^r    Mib.iilir. Washington BVL s A minority ro ,    .    .    . ...    ... i im m tho bill Mown as tho ship I prohibited for a peri off of twenty-! the bd.    I u«*    amendment was subsidy” measure was filed iii th house bv Mi*. Luck im* t Midi I ronrr I ini’,. Heisiii^furs, Pin u: i 1-V‘«, s '•jtv'in *>i Soiivfitoii St>iuiiioa, twtx he v\ iii, *nuhh i is named Jo: . .-on. procurator iv a- r,ii < i Finland, un who was shot aud kin d Monday at h; resident * by a yu .ny, ni:tn dressed :• Hit ofn.< 11 s un ii oi rn. ha-' been identities as Karl I. nard Hnlieuthai. formerly a Muden* .u Hit- Imperial Alexander uu-tversity her.* lioh*nthH'. .vho latterly had lived in Stm'kiiolni returned t > Vinland Jauuar> Mi He maintains obstinate silence md* ^amination. S 1-i.ior Akernian who has assumed the unties of procuratoi of the senate is Directing tie* invest iunit ion of the crime. The wounds inflicted on the assassin by the soil of Soiuinen are not of i dangerous charactei s* ntins in* nil' men hi of tin mar in fi' democrats •uimitte* or erie t (ittuti Swil Oil Villi llurur.l oklahoma < it) n - i'* I» s Th Oklahoma cot ton --dc.i mill has tie.*n burn* si:    ios.s    $."*»•    ibm* rte- hr was ranged bv Iri'tioi. in tin hulling r«s>m Partial I > < ov •* i l»y insurarte ' iou tin ue I Colt) iii low.* l>e^ Moines. la Feb S Twem>-oue degrees below zero wa- the minimum on** years after the ilate of ad auopic l -»v to ob. mission i>f this state into the ^r- Herr> then, in slightly .nt-Union anil thereafter until the: Iwent f-.nn. renewed his motion people of this state -bull ot.u i- to admit New Mexico as « sop*. wise proviie by amendment of!rate >tah • ;"’a ,hp 1M tio1’ Petite col.-titutlon in tile inanner railed. pre-eribe.l herein. Any person    I'    cakr; mo lr ii to lay on who sh all manufa -turc, sell, thu " motion by Mr. Bever l>.lt (cr or give iway any intoxi-i111 cating iquor of any kind, includ- Pfovailed; 39 to .I :rig beer, ale and wine, contrary CHITWOOD 5 THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. ta» consider and that motion I reached here Tuesday Charles City is to the piovisions of til is section, the coldest spot iu 1"V.a. the thermom ter reidntering below ar that zrace numnrt tvilbout roiinuanou london .Fob. 8 —The charge d affaires of the Russian embassy here has informed the \fso<dated press that there is no basi l for the renewed rumors of pence prospects. The Russian attitude he declared had not changed. Rear** could not b' conitfdcred under «h* unseat conditions >l»ark I ftuvi-' ICtlMl.OUO ITrr Rome, N Y Feb > N spark from a workman - ion Ii railing upon oily waste and a greasy floor r.msaNl a fir* which destroyed tin Rome Merchant Inin mill, entailin': u lo (ieruiftii I’rio**** Almn«t IC«*t'o%«r« <1. Berlin. F*dj v Prim* Kitol-Fricd erich ha^ . » far i< v. r* I from iii- at tar]; of pneumonia hat his physician have announced it.:* rn* further bulb tins V- ill b. issued. "/• THF SOUTH AMERICAN JACK-IN-THE-BOX. f! Cl . Tins was the last roll call The bill is amended was then ! is hereby decla od to be guilty of I P^ed without division and on a misdemeanor and upon convict* I **iotion of Mr. horaket tho Senate* lion thereof before any court of ftt b* m* ^ii^rned. competent jurisdiction shidl be j Indian Territory Doctors, punished by imprisonment for. Durant, I. T-, Fob. 7. The oi rinnwMi ll(>t Io^ than thirty da.vsnor more Central District Medical Foard of than Ion days, and by a line of J indian Territory* hi special sos not less than $50 ror more than. sion !u,re Monday and 'Tuesday. ^2u 1 for each offense: and upon L‘xamined and admitted the Col iii1 admission of flus "tate into\ Inuring named physicians .I O. ti.** Fnion the provisions of this Darter raves, Findley, I. T.;C. K. section >hall be immediately in UN)llin>, Alv in, I T ; W. V. fordable in the iiiuiM of this \iutthpws, Fort Worth, 'Tex : s?;,te.    Dr M.G. Walker, Dallas, Tex.; |=o: k + IC PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. N FAV BTG! i I Un NKW HOUSES Travel well.    Loo\    well. Satisfactory service ( oui i anteed Allen Livery Barn J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Free. Ll rn ML \. I * d rn I' Mr. Cm I ll III* Iv Otic! eel an a . i mend* I W. I L I low i rd. Iii* *nt (dim innt’mg tin * JON VS ion in ; Hooper. < a s -ar* ! i • hill t»’ ii liring tin r* adopt Hill Of I Mosel,md. I dill i ii ( on s’ 11 u t mhi by t «> state ..f < )' 1 it I \ | Cai* or, I Iu; U() I lid rmia, in nun of tile pro vi>! {UIS Of Valliant, I I . w I nett 11 •til be ii*re vocable wit] i* | Sherman, ' ex.; oil t the consent o f the I nited I j I. T ; J. IC t lee, St it LOS. 'The ame ndmeni was' ll. Tate*. Did a j_r Teed to i)n a v iva \ OC** vet 0. * I\>usel, t -! J h** an tenduiGiil SIU g**" ted b.\ Allen, Cl al r'1 i Mr. increasing the lo nation Frhomas, ll ngo. to I IM* ( Tv I aboma Ag ll CU 11 III aland ' 11 iigo. i I . • V. M echanii a1 Va liege from I hi h< HK) • hoi o, ()k.. i Ii. s, hi.! acle, I. T irdo, Ark I. T; ; Y. M. A 4. (tee. I A. I >; as, IU*, ex mj' Wade, •ex.: A J I* ex.; Dr T.:    Dr .1. Shaw .on. Far! ■r ■f •F rf i .¥ f $ OIL •    I.-T f+rfr+ BLJ And why not Durn i tor. Awk your F.UPION Ole A Je- V*M ' VA -Aa •I ilmlll w rn Mw m> -    -    -'VU fR Hi, rn j J rf 4 . mw 4 ii iw A\V4, V Tv?,KY A' J J /: c ei 2& % :'Vv\ ' , mw v J L v. a > Af jffc >\ 'i* U * ” 0 <M>u AmId liwi •-€%mm iuw A-hm im 0< jumu h. £ a : i’ll d* OmhI Wb*m I •*. Oat lh<» Kwtfy. acres to LTM),POD si cr***" was agreed to. VI I*. Hailey spoke in opTK»>ition to th<# union ol (Akia! oma and Indian Territory. Ile "‘aid if Texas h id had sufficient popula tion in tin' beginning it would in all probability lip vc boon divided invo iivostates. Mr. Bard then propo*'t*d aw amendment providing for the* admission of Now Mexico Hv a State in accordance with it" present boundarie'S the effect being to eliminate Arizona as u part i>f the proposed Stati*. 'The amend- D *Burry, idaho I. T.; :md -I. F. Williams, Fob Iv. JOBIN. LONES A BTU)S., W a. BAI ‘FL. AXD M. L TOW KRS W. T. MARTIN, l-Ojjw 31^* A* "C* I I ft J *!*r nan. Moss A Scnvner. Moss vk Scrivner i< the sty Ie anew grocery linn that will be gin business in the Henley A Biles building about February id. I Mr. Scrivner L a new man to our people, coming here from the Choctaw nation, tie is ;i brotherinlaw of Sol Moss, for several years with M. L. Walsh. \Ne wish for thii new finn the oesi success possible- J. (’. Johnson, merchant, stockman and farmer of (’enter was transacting business in Ada today. ihe Ada TOM HOPE, Pro uient. FRANK JONES. Cash £ A ii A t 3 * INO I 0HV I ii pi th I St o«5l\, Undivided Fri I. Blanks Furnished and Remittances M. ment on Tow n Lots. ADA, CHICKASAW N A HON ) ;