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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE NUMBER .12 OF WETS C1USE TROUBLE Platform Makers at Wits' End To Find Solution For Problem REPEAL PpTeiANOED Wets Grow Bolder in Demands For Slront: Repeal Declaration Ily FIIANCIS M. STF.PHKNSON Ultd Hlil' Witui) CHICACO. Jim" inlnlHlrntliin loaders Intent upon defeating the forces of repeal by drafting nn acreptiiblii plank call- 1111: for ri-mibmlsslon of the pro- hibition question today predlctei wan JiiHt ahead after run- hiililnt: Hi" While Mouse and for tin- ilrys. During tin- morning thi-y com- iniinlriiteil loleplione with President IIOOVIT'H llldl'S III Washington und railed III A. Poling, bend of the allied forces for enforcement, and oilier prohibition In- nperl tin- tentative resiibinlsslon plank already drawn up. Subsequent Indlrated ro- vlslnn wan In progress. Secretaries Mills and Hyde of the cabinet pored over the Issue with II. r.nrflold. tin- prcsldi-nt'n choice to head III'- romiulttee. A agreement nml approval by the liresldent WIIH expected before I IT rr.....nlltee goes to work late tfiday. (leaching the stadium from the prolilhltloo conference room lifter the convention bad opened. Secretary wearily. '.'I don't Ililnk a real tioliitlon will In- round iinlll the nn'etH." NoverthelesH. the departure of .MIIlH. logotber with Secretary Stlinson. from the prohibition Indicated u Hnal ilrufl had been found tmbjiirt to study bv the president during the early afternoon. The fact Hint the cabinet mem- bers hnve laken over the prnhlhl- linn Jnb was in-copied mi showing nliiiost certain presldenllnl appro- val of tentative reimliinlssloii Reports from the Farm Market Saturday Indicate that the mar- ket Is beginning to build slowly .but steadily toward the service Ithal Its sponsors hop.- In achieve I n lime farmers found .It because of wet ground o gather vegetables from their ardens. but Saturday there was fairly good representation or bem with produce for sale to consumers here. The market will continue brinish the summer, offering dl- recl contact between purchaser mil producer, at u convenient dare on North llrimdway. The Farm Market Is sponsored iere by HID Ada Chamber of Commerce. IWWI OF POSSE TRnP Hundreds of Shotf Exchanged With Much Wanted Desperadoes VflHISHWHILLS MudHole Halts Car on Way to Block Only Outlet From Farm ll'rwM WrilnrMlii Charles "Prc'.ly x Hoy" 'Floyd (and Course lllrdwell. notorious bandits, flashed out of a tem- porary obscurity Tuesday even- ing with an amazing and charac- teristic escape through a rain ol bullets from a cordon of officer? Hiirrounding a house, north o! OF FIRST FOR PJP BILL House to Take Up Measure and Force'Early Vote CONIESJPlESDIlY Early Passage Expected; Op- ponents Claim Majority In Senate DEATH SENTENCE OF ALOER GOVJ1 WASHINGTON, Jnni The bouse today voted to call up Hie 12.400.000.0011 cnsh bonus payment legislation for consideration. lion was 220 to 175. Vote for OKLAHOMA CITY. June death sentence of 1. J. Alder. Ulalno county farmer who bdcamc ansry because he did not get enoURh pie at a Sunday din- ner and shot and killed bin hosts was affirmed today by tho crim- inal court of appeals. Alder was conrlcted of the murder of Mrs. Nora McDonald, bin sislor-ln-law. He also killed Ids brother-in-law. Tom McDon aid, unit attempted to kill nw own wife -but his sun missed fire. Attorneys for the condemned man had asked the appellate court to modify the penally to life Imprisonment. In opinion by Judge Thomas J. Kilwnrila, the court pointed out that Al'lei was found sane af a lit-nrlnb to the trial. Expedition Sundfiy MnrninK Tnkes Them, Through RUB- j-cd Scenic Country Stonewall where, been In hiding. Today posses searched rough hill country to tho and northeast tho hope of ndoes who without Injury from the fusMlado This action represented toward victory for tin- war veterans who have a step poured tho two Washington to demand Im- mediate payment of the bonus tliu eant of' Stonewall I" locating the desper- apparenlly escaped certificates. While the vote was being ta- ken. and long before, the "galleries were packed with for- mer Five Thousand Citizens of Pon- totoc County Show Usual Enthusiasm Starts at One Per Cent and Grades Upward; Corpor- ation to Pay 10 In lu "Pretty (Joorge lllrdwell or nearby coun- woods or not Ill-oil Meanwhile HID powerful Penn- sylvania delegation aided the ad- ministration drive for restibmls- rtlnn lo a straight repeal declara- tion. IH to 15. The ri solution proposed Imme- diate rosiihmlMxInn and Immediate modlflc.illon of the Volstead act. a point not In the ndmlnixtraNoii plan, but asked for a substitute (in the IMuhleeiiih amendment In Hie event of repeal. Secretary Hurley, sent post- haste to the battle ground by the president, arrived smiling and fllenl. declined to discuss prohibition pending conferences with tin- oilier cabinet members. CHIC A f. O. June i I. -'.I'. Working nine, ndinlnls- I iitrces f multi-ally n prohibition rcsilhmlsstiin plunk Into! final form today with Iho wavering hope It would lead the lleptlldlcan party safely the. tbriiit of Hie IIHII.I tumultuous baltle of (lie eoiitiiry. AM Hie ciinvenilon In an uliiiospliere I'-IIM- with uncer- tainly, parly lenders here were walling for approval by President Hoover of the resilb- nilnslnii declaration before going Into action ngiilnsl Iho repeal i-iimpiiUn undetermined pro- pnrllons. The administration proposal nanrtlons resiibinlsslon with a call to congress lo provide a mib- slllilto for the Klgbloentb amend- ment guarding the wishes of tliot-e mate-! dosliliig to remain dry. Late loilav the resolnllons com- mittee, picked with oven more rare than usual by the state dele- Into Its first session with James K. r.nrflehl of Ohio the preshlenfH choice as Its pre- destined chairman. President Hoover was given for the most part bis friends as members of Ibis platform build- ing committee, but many of them. Including Secretary Mills of New York, were bound by rigid Instructions on the nll-ab- Thor" has been no letup the activities of officers hero chocking up on tips that Hoy" Floyd and are In Pontotoc ties. Sunday morning early a strong force of officers went mmlii through Jesseo and Into the hilly fastnesses of the south Pontotoc region following _ lion that 'Indicated posslblllts 'l thai the two noted bandits might They reliirned In the mtddlej of Hi" day after a fruitless Mi-arch, and later checked up on a report I bat Floyd had visited Stonewall during the morning. The possee which sallied Into tin- hills Sunday morning Includ- ed several officers from the slate bureau of criminal Identification. Their leader. C. IS. Kay, as-1 distant chief of the bureau, was Injured In a car collision on tho bridge crossing tin river I" miles north of Ada and was In a local hoslptal while Hie others joined county officers and headed southeastward. Say Not Seriously Hurl Hay'was reported to havo suf- fered bruises nn his client, arum and legs, but to bo In no danger. Country that the officers saw III their Sunday morning sortie, li well worth driving through at this time of the year for enjoy- ment of scenic beauty. from Iho officers' suns- Pursuing officers traced jlo tho Ing service men who watched tensely all proceedings. Outside flight of the bandits for about 15 miles boforo tho trail van- ished, whether Into concealing over the highways detenimlned. has Throughout tho night posses If nus lines of veterans stood, hop- to gain admittance, tho house approves the bo- payment on the final vcjc the legislation still must run the gauntlet of the senate and While senate House. What action Ihn will lake Is problematical President Hoover has prom- a veto. all river crossings) Action today came on a mo- ot ItO miles. lion to bring the resolution by the state bu- Representative piilman for consideration. The vote Ada this obtained through a petition for a short nap, but was soon (signed by 115 up checking up on activities the posses and returned hills Hhortly after 9 worked through tho wooded rltory south of Canadian river ilsed i after blocking anc Rcmnnded to Jnil Without Bail; Sentence to Be Pro- nounced Later bouse members. A few'niinutes later, the house lo thojiigreed to take HP the bonus leg- o'clock. Islatlon tomorrow and consider It After tho recent the Stonewall bank robbery of Floyd and until a final Meanwhile vote IH senate reached. 1 o a d i clolmed to Jorlty of have the 55 ma- il fi lllrdwell remained In an out of the way spot In the woods near Alwood until tho followlnc day against the. proposal. If they when escape became possible. able to muster that number on I Shelter North of Itlver la roll call the legislation In They are known to have doomed for this session. Canadian oil field The vote was IfiT, Democrats, area and Itlrdwcll's family liven Copuhllcnns and one Fanner- at Kiirlsboro, so Hint the two Uibor for consideration and 133 would find several places of IKepubllcans and 12 Democrats refuge If limy should succeed In'against. cros-dug the Canadian without Tho vote on making the Pnt- detectlon by Iho officers. -man bill the business was The furious exchange of bill-'525 to Three members lots at the home of K. W. Kchnls.; voted "present." farmer, a mllo north nf Stone-1 Itc-presontatlvo Halney of 1111- wall. came as tho climax to the acting speaker, ili-mY.- llvllloM followlnc receipt of :l mited Koprcseiitatlvo Crisp that the bandits were to control the two hours of Ing at that placo whllo planning debate against the bill. ry somewhere. Representative I'iitman K. Franklin noll-'Tex.) support his measiiri an equal amount of June 14. (install II. Means, tho notorious detective. stooU convicted today of larceny In an amazing swindle based on the tragic kidnaping of the Lindbergh baby. He faces a possible ten-year nenlencu. It took u Jury In District of Columbia supremo court only two hours last night to reach a verdict of two counts. cover JHM.OOl) obtained by .Means from .Mrs. Kdward II. Mc- Clean. wealthy and socially prom- inent Washlngtonlan. as ransom and expense money In a fantastic scheme, by which the former Justice, agent offered lo rescue tho Hl-fat'il child. Tho maximum sentence which nil-lit bo Imposed on each count Is "ten years, plus fine. The jury held him not cullty in separate Indictments charging of the same money The defendant was Immediate, ly remanded to jail by Justice James M. Proctor, who Tojectod a defense plea for continuance of the bond under which ho has been at liberty durinc the trial. Means' attorneys said they would try to obtain his re- lease through habeas corpus pro- days (Frmn IMltj) William II. Murray, governor of Oklahoma, spoke this after- noon to a crowd of fi.UOO peo- ple hero In vigorous defense of his administration of stale affal-s and In support of bin Initiated Income tax bill. Lonz before the governor ar- rived at Olonwood park people wore conversing on the speakers stand and by lite time Murray took tho stand after a brief In- troduction by J. F. McKeel. mem- ber of tho Htato highway com- mission, tho crowd had swelled to huge proportions. Those who could not find spaco In the shade of nearby trees-bore patiently the lien I of n ben nit Him whllo tho governor launched Into his address to a represen- tative throng of Ada and Ton- NOTHING IN STONEWALL UK TO TEMPT BINDITS If Floyd and IHrilweU or any other robbers make a nilil on llio Flrsl Stato bank of Stone- wall they will liavo to borrow money somewhere else to set out of town, according'to I1. S. Case, president of tlio bunk, for tho bank never carries enough cash In Ha vaultH to make It worth while to attempt to loot .1U FollowliiR tho robberies ,ot the bank which have occurred be- fore, ho states that only a few dollars aro to be found In the hank at any (line, tho funds of tho bank 'brine kept In Ada banks for safety. If a chock 'if any size Is presented the holder wn'lts until It can be sent to Ada to be rushed. It requiring but a brief time to make tho run to Ada and back. The customers OPENS WITH QUIET Temporary Organization Slate Goes Through Without Friction HEARS RMTESPECH Tug of War Expected on Floor When Platform Committee Reports of the bank understand tho sit- uation and approve of tho plan as they do not care In have their town visited any more by robbers. as was discovered by two robb of The News. Sheriff L. Turning westward at Jessr motorist finds the first riuiKo of the Arbuckles running iilmont parallel to his course In rugged beauty. The drive goes through glades In which abundant shade and clear small streams Invite tho traveler to spend a restful hour. Th- hillsides are clothed with riotous displays of wild flowers of brilliant h.....mil foliage of stale operatives and a posse nv" was organized which Included ceedings. They had four In which to ask a new trial, after which or falling In which, date for pronouncing sentence will be net. Kleven men and one woman composed-Hie jury. They heard prosecutor totoc county people. Oovornor Murray arrived In a parade procession, following tho East Central Teachers col- lege band. Iho local battery of Hie IfiO F. A.. National (iiianl, and Iho nation's flag. As tho militant governor step- ped up onto the platform bo w.ui given a tremendous ovation by tho peoplo who hud galli.-red from communities to see and hear him.- McKeel Introduced Murray as n man who has been a friend lo Ada and I'ontoloe county for a long time, who has done much In tho past and who has remem- bered Pontotoc county In bin administration, the first time this suction has bait recognition. Ho paid tribute to the governor briefly, saying. "He Is the same man of honesty. Integrity and statesmanship as when he was eleced governor." The governor, speaking calmly with a resonant volco Hint carried olll over the crowd, opened his ad- dress without preliminary, talking as to people he knew and bad Hay, Franklin, State Operatives; obtained  r a reasonable demand." Harrl- on'said. "Hut I don't care If a million oldlers come tin- city of Wash- igton and encamp around the apltol and fill these corridors, hey could not Influence me. when ly government Is In the fix It I nil the American people an vorklng In the valley of despair, o those things I think might dc troy the credit of Iho country. "I shall not vole for any Im- nedlate payment of the bonus al his time, regardless of the effect of my political career." tho Lindberghs. In plan. They hoard toriioy rosl the case duclng a word of Means was arrested May alleged rescue ntletnpt was launched In March, three days tfler child was kidnaped. He then professed to bo In touch with Hie abductors, obtained In cash for ransom, plus for expenses, led S. C.. as yet. Is a reve what to "hit the in dlrecl Hi dirt" e of valleys, and detour Ihcy flro of and ground whllo machine gun from the airport rifle bullets whizzed past, pavemenl Is pot In In the meantime, while but can'wero trying to raach the oiltlei filo block It. tho others wero ad Th turn to the the lu-st of condition, be endured with appr.-clatlon norhlnc prohibition Issue. Secretary Hurley reached the convention early In the day to ndd bis support to the band of cabinet members and advisers of In- president In the slrilSKlo to obtain 11 solution of 'he llnuor problem. Until late last night. Oarflold nml members of Mr. Hoover's i flclal family hero worked over the resubmls.ilon declaration. They left the Chicago club wear- ily about midnight with the port of "substantial progress." Ttuiuli'-M Job on Hei-onl "H'n the toushest Job of my years of convention experi- ence." wearily exclaimed line of the parly" chleftnlns. A tentative agreement was re- ported hv some and after com- munication with the White House today a full accord was waited to send the forces Into ncllon. Kcsanllet-s of tho dcclnlon late tonlcht or early tomorrow by tho carefully nolecled resolutions committee, a floor content la cor- (rontlmutl on PJIKO K No. 3) the :ino highway which will soon lead southward In Its stead. vanclng on the house. Franklin and Ueber walked up I from the north over bald pralri Hack In Ada. one learns th.it jlimi saw iwo men In the yari gh way construction and pu'-jiiul. being loo far away for an still of the bandits aro both Identification, wlthhel Ing forward, with the former. being handicapped also 1 making definite progress because; presence at the farm of ecvora the engineers know exactly what I children and two women, they are to do while the Hnndlt.H Start Hnlllo are handicapped by the fact that' The two men slipped Into th nobody unless U be Floyd and barn and from Iho loft opene. lllrdwell Iheniselves. can loll fire at about a hundred yards what tho bandit pair will bn up! on tho two officers with sun- to next. i machine gun and 30-30 Win- known for many years. He drove Into Ada, he said ove Murray Lam1, a highway man possible by "your humble servant and J. F. McKeel. llefore my lime Is out It will be paved I'om DonlHon, Texas, to tin- Kansas line. Kansas and Nebraska are already .Uncoil up. It will be the best ro.i.l atrindoned ln tnc "tlltu town my town will he served." reaiMii-'od to do as much for my frloiHlt- I null, i i i i Means' enemies, said governor, referring to red'iel- I Ion of utility rates In Tulsa Oklahoma City, stopping of -le- v n H strnctlnn and starting reliability- rtnvM I linn of the oil industry, helping thereby many people not -il.-i friends. Striving to Alii Common I'enpl "I'm trying now to aid my real friends, the great common in of lie paid, as In RcKistrntion For July 5 Elect ion Begins Wednesday. June 1 5 Rcglslratlim for voting In the first primary, which will be July r, will begin Wednesday, Juno 1.1. according to J. H. lloswi-ll. county registrar. The period for registration will close Friday evening. June -I- Ceil.Till Interest In the c lining eleclloiiB, which will not In concluded until November. Is ex- pected to result In heavy roul.i- rallon during the coming per od. lloHWcIl announces Hut follow list of precinct registrars for 'ontotoc county, with one of be .12 yet to be mimed: Clly of Ada Ward 1. preclncl 1 -I. I'- -rrawford. office In First National mill; building. Ward I, precinct Ward I. precinct Mar- Jorle ilraly. sun K. Thirteenth. Ward 1. precinct C. CrlgHhy. 120 S. Itroadway. Ward L'. preclncl P. Armstrong. Mounts Store. Ward 2. precinct Kd Wendell, Klghth. Ward :t. preclncl Allen. II! 1 W. Seventh. Ward precinct Jos- Hie House. 7US W. Klghth. Ward I, precinct I D. W. Swnffar. Thompson Swaffar ifflce. Ward I. precinct Pitt. H2-I S. Jobnsloli. Ward I. preclncl :t J. W. fills W. Thirteenth. Onl-ldi- Ada Norlh Crady Mil- ler, Allen. South Allen S. Ollvo, Al- len. L. Parish. Ily 11YICON PI5ICB (AiMwUtnl l-mi Stiff Wilttr) CHICAGO STADII'M. Jnim 14. the quietest of opening sessions, the llopulillcan Ion Hiihmergod Its troubled for he moniont today, but did not orget them. As Its keynoter. Senator Dlck- IIHOII of town, talked to restless elegntes and half-filled galleries about almost everything but pro- ilhltlon, a group of convention chiefs sped away across town to heir hotels lo try In heal n new over tho plank for ro- Mibtnlsslnn. A boom for Oeneral Charles n. )nwos lo replace Vlco Presldoul Curtis as President Hoover's run- ning mate spread In every direc- tion, and a real halllit limited [irohahlo. The convention session Itself took no official note of those things. wan given over wholly to fnrniallllcH. mosl of Ilieni m> dry that delegad'S and speetatom little (ittentlon. They tallied and walked about no much that even the big voice of the key- noter could not pierce the con- tinuous murmur. Light fur Homer When he mentioned Iho name of Herbert Hoover, then- WIIH just a momentary burst of cheor- Ing. When he ran iinlrltly over Iho name of Dawes. he aroused some H n b d u o d liandclappliiK. Mostly his nroiiiHinroinonlK of parly principle wore scarcely lis- tened to tit all. Tho flock of passive faces lift- ed from the delegates' sect Inn testified that tlio dologatoN worn preoccupied with other tilings. (Jillrkly I'erfeeleil Viva' In rapid order, the temporary organization of tho convention was completed by n series of motions, sent lo Iho platform by messenger, rend >y the clerk and adopted with only a few dologaloH voting. Under prearrangemenl, tho mo- tion for ndnplloii of rules wan Texas. launched Into n hiimmary of -In supposed negotiations with a'go-1 Initiated tax bill wblc....., Is between for return of the baby, norlng. She became suspicious at last! Taxes must ho put on ah lily demanded return of received which was promised. The from sent In by William Ski-lly of Tuliui, Ok In.: thnl putting tin- credentials i.-ommlltee to work by Albert W. Jofforlos Omaha, Neb., who was made tho com- mittee chairman; Hint for per- manent organization by Coin-nil James llarlmrd of NOW York: (hat appointing the platform committee by James K. Cnrfli-lil of Ohio, ngreed on weeks chairman of thai Irouble-besel It. Duly. and money, mimcv never came and Means finally said bo had turned It over to an known man on the high- way near Alexandria, Vn.. when the mysterious stranger gave him a password which was supposed lo Identify him as agent. HLArKiT: the government, be ed. The man who IIIIH an dochir- Incoiue should If lie lias prop- eirly from which he receives no Income, taxiH are Inking Ills property away from him. I.owe'rlng of taxes on property means SILEBEO KIDNIIPEfl T niiv I'UXTKOKM -I.AXKS June l.T> With 11 demand for bone dry In both tho republican and democratic national plat- forms approved, the general fed- eration of womens cluba. In na- tional convention here, tunie.t Its attention to narcotics traffic. Tho resolution favoring the dry planks, offered yesterday by Mrs. John C. Penmon of Mar- shall, Okla.. wan -Hissed by a vote of 5S7 to 13. Chester. The exchange of shots became furious as these officers and tho others coming up replied to Iho bandits in Ihn lofl and soon, llilngs got loo hoi for Iho desperadoes, they got In their car and started backing out of tint garago. The rear glass was shattered and as the two whirled down the narrow track which led to Ihe road several hundred yards dls- lant Iho fire of tho officers smashed Hie glass of the car. Continued on 8, No. 3 PHH.ADKLPHIA. June   Depew was on his way back to Kansas City today In tho custody of authorities who said he had admitted participating In the kidnaping las! December of Mrs. Nell Q. Donnelly, wealthy Missouri dress manufacturer. Ho was brought back from South Africa yesterday after a quest that led half way around the world. The automobile carry- Ins him westward left this morn- IIIR and Is expected to reach Kan- sas City Thursday. Dopew. whose real name Is said to bo Martin Deputy, fled from Kansas City almost ulx months aco. after Mrs. Donnelly had Ix-t-n tin. WKWOKA. June .Oscar "Itlackle" Sliernian, aboiu years old, was arrested iiurc lust night by county officer.! ns a suspect In tho robbery May 25 of u bank at Clan-more. He was. taken Into custod" about three miles west of lero driving along the highway, ogers county officers on mile to Wewoka to return Sher- lan for qne.'tlonlng. relea5ed by Iho gang of eight that held her captive for two days and demanded ransom. Well..fellows. I did it." detect- ives quoted Dopew as saying, "bill I was led In nn It al Hie last mln uto and did not arrange II; didn't even know who was golni to be kidnaped." Dopew said, detectives announc cd, that be would plead not gullly however, and said bo was no afraid, allhough he knows Ilia kidnaping Is a capllal offense I Missouri. PI.OTTKK rnlslng them on Incomes, he continued, remarking. am pleased lo announce today that I we have enough petitions on AT iiinnil us required under Hie con- Istltutlon. We already bave mon and we Intend to work to get still more of them." The election In Decrmbi-r. Ill which an Income lax measure was defeated, WIIH not In vain, the governor said. Opponents spent two or lhroe million dol- lars to defeat It. and Hie ef- fects could be felt In all point.! of the state until Christmas. If Hi By spend more, he wild. It will bo equal to an old-time per cap- ita payment. Ilid'llie Tnv Hill Taking up the proposed Incorn ii .MEN" DIKMISSKD Canyon I'ontoloe. Center Henry. Center. rolherl--J. W. Itallbrop. Coinvay Mo.McaiiH. Williams. Selph. FiUlnigh- -W. Anthony. S. linker. llowletl. Mori In. IE. Heavers. J. U. Dona- rhey. linrl- Mrs. A. J. Wrlr.hi. Hulls Hill-Sid Ward. H.......r III id Nlcki-lls. Jesm- Wells. Knox -Morgan Coodpuiitllte. Laiibam J. K. Maddux. Latin Itobbllls. l.lgbtnlng O. Coliii. II. lloblnnon. Carmlcb.iel. New Chandler. Oak Covi-nton. Scrlbnor. Pecan F. H. (illmore. Went D. U ItlCO. Kast Abies. Itocky Chapel Mrs. Henry Clampltt. F. Hillings. M. Hilton. J. Tullent. Hoff. t'nlon J. SlanJ- rldge. H. Drake. A. W. Huddle. Clover. Kl-oup. The first taste of the riimliiR prohlblllon Htruggle wan ulven' the delegnli-H by Dr. NleholiiH Murray lluth-r of New York. Ing In his placo In Ilin Kmplro stato ditlegatlon. ho niinoiinced ho .was sending lo the chair for reference to tlio platform com- mittee, bis resolution for repeal. He did not. nsk Hint U "-ad. und In Hi" noise and confusion few delegates knew that Iho. Issue of Iho dry laws now had come officially to Iho nolleo-of-; the convention. The Hi-xHlon ended a few min- utes later. Just nn hour and- after It began. tax bill. Governor Murray point- DURANT, June 10. i...._ ___ charges against Ed Hnrtwell and Out Hint the hill provides for loo Smith, In connection with 'a personal Income and a corpo he burning of the Patter school tnx. allowing an exemption mlldlng near Hissed today Imlnary hearing, on motion' of (AS the Income .rises to reacli ounty Attorney Roy Paul. Paul _Uie tax rises lo 10 per agalnjtlrt-nt. Corporations would be taxed 10 per conl of Ihelr nel Income. linr i f HIT, here were dls-hn the.personal division of M.OOn following a pro-.for every man, woman nml child. contended that eroldenco agalnjt cent. the men was Insufflclenl. Hartwell Is a former member of tho school board and Smith formerly superintendent. Kd Randall, charged with Iho ac- lual crime, refused lo accuse tho Iwo oilier men. Tho small merchant would pay 1 pec- cent but all corporations would pay tho 10 per cent tax. Many teachern. ho said, were fooled on the Income lat 'mea- sure defeated In December. Tho ne.w bill In alined lo mipport weak' wlthoill taxing them to death. Weak school districts would Jo MIAMI. Juno 13. Ml En- tansled In K.-year-old Charles Hays, plchnr. was drown- yesterday afternoon while aided, ho explained. because HWliiinilnK In the mill pond of merely lowering the cost of KOV- Hie New Chicago No. 1 mine eminent won't make much df- HU companions were ference on a poor district, lint the struggling larger part of Die proposed I Conllnueil on Paijo 6, >o. I Harmony on Snrfnre Only CHICAfiO STADIUM. Juno 11. orilorly anil nlnmsl rfl- ,-ntn mood, the Itepulillcan con- venllon b'-Ktin today an calm and harmonious on the surfnc.i as II was divided and disturbed be- neath. It paid a and dignified tribute in the HIIK: iransocl.-d wllhout a hitch the formalities of sottln's Its commllteeu to work- Bat waiting patiently for Its temporary chairman. Senator L. J. Dickinson, to conclude n long keynoti- spei-cli; cheered little tor IJiicoln and Hoover and others. Its real work bed us lat" today In committee, us tho platform- makers besln to wrosllo with prohibition. It hopen lo havo Hint with by tomorrow night. lomlmite Mr. Hoover on Thurs- lay. and bo on Its way homo HIIK blur. Taxes for 1K1 are com I lie In fairly well lit present, according to Ilunyan K. Hennlgan. county ireastirer. being speeded up by tlio coming duo of the last half. Taxes aro supposed lo dollmiuont Juno Ifi, says, but Iho Irinisurcr'a usually allowH a marsln of Iwo weeki beyond thai dale. After that time tho penally of It met for the first under the red. white and ilrap.il ceiling of llielr greal hull, It heard Hint President Hoover still wan conslderlni; tin- com-. promise prohlblllon plank pro-. IKisliiR riisubmlsslon. It heard also renewed bllnss acalnsl tho ronomlnatlon of Vice President Curlls. and it boom seemed In 12 per cent IH llmiuent taxes, days of Juno assessed on The remalnlnK aro expected to for Charles Dawos. despite his renunclnllon. Somo old llmcra slid IhoilKhl Dawes would and take It. near hen-, unable to youth. reach busy ones for Iho Ireoiturer'M office an payment of last bulf taxeii ly made. _ Greatest results for tnewBount News Classified Adi. FOSS. Juno tJP> Odor, 40. and his 15-yeur-old nn- pliuw. Frank Powell, worn drown ml lalu yeslerdar In creek near hero. Odor Insl his life In on at- tempt to navn the ped liilo deep wulur wlillu nwliu-   

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