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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1932 NUMBER 26 KILLED II JUMP ATTIC OF I Convicted "f Participation in Robbery in Okla- homa City 1-inal Battle in Twenty Southeast of Tahlequnh OEAffTOLL SIX i bank m-sscncer on a i.usy .inwii- Gcncral Roundup of Suipects linvll here three years i OKLAHOMA CITY. Sepi. 2' [f.Ti- Twenty years Imprisonment I faced Charles A. Merrill, hand- some 'JK-year iiM fll'T. today nri rnnvlrtliin of participation III :i darlni; JT.'.IKIO holdup of a hank nrsscncer on a busy down May Throw Further Lii'.ht On Tragedies MrSKOr.KK. Oltla.. Sept. A trail of death and terror which claimed five II-. en. Incliiil- ItiK two offlretM. In the last two apparenlly was at 1111 end In the   death by a of officers In the beat of the Cook- HOII hills. 20 mlli-H Miullieasl .if late yislerdav. lint Andrew McClnnlc, up. rial depu- ty Hherlff of MiiHki.Kee. was kill- ed In II.....reliance of fire and Hurl Fllpldn, fMaremore deputy xl.eilff was wounded. I Ky Carlisle. mid Troy Love.. 21. an two of I lie four xvbo shut Ueece In death and wounded a deputv LAFOLLETTE REIGN BROKEN Companion, Mrs. Byford, In- jured When Women Leap From Third Floor BAYLESS HOME DESTROYED Funeral .at Stratford Thursday Afternoon, Burial Here l A district court Jury after on 1 lv IS minutes deliberation last n'lulit found him cullly despite bis alibi plea and fixed tils pun- Ishment at years In prison. M. F. Itayles', of Strat- Merrill p reived Ihe Verdict, tiilled Intlantly lali calmly. (Tuesday aft-rnoon when she Two others, named as partlrl-. rrom an altle window In pants In tin- actual holdup, ar...... at They an- T.ussell lilb- son and James (Cowboy) Hayes. C.lli.on was arrested once but es- caped. Hayes has been appf- Thompson, 25-year dniUKl-t tui I fust the ihre ml is Tlioinpson, sine ed the robbery. Charges against the younuer Thompson w.-vo i d topped. an lier bnrnin1- home. Her compan- ion, Mrs. Doc Hyford, who also leaped from the third floor win- dow, was painfully Injured but to- day was I'epiifted apparently out of danuer. Tin- fire, which hiou.uht mourn- state's evidence i In'-; lo the hearts of tin- victim's tesilfyhiK in1 jassoclates in Stratford and to bet- father C W.'many friends in other ciiuimunl acquitted, H-s. totally destroy home. Funeral services for Mr less will lie held Thursd Mrs. Minnie son. Kans.. In Hah! of Hulchln- wliose motor car the liayless nay after- of the loot lias died. recovered. death and wounded a depntv sheriff when officers iillempleil l injL I L lo queiHlon them on a roail near j III! T I Tabl ards. Si-ii-ral men were arr.'tsed and to Muskouee tor quesllonliiK. They were Dick Caller, Henry Carlisle, father of the slain man; lien Parnell, an Indian who llvnl near the scene of Ihe anil liobert Itat- Ualliff, Tlin.' congressmen who advo- cated repeal were victorious In their quest for iienomlnatloii iiualnst candidates who had 11 support of................ Temperance I'nlon and klndr The winners in these cunt, sis were John D. Clarke in Ihe IMth district. Wal- ler Cn-sham Andrews In the and I'diuund F. Cooke In the The contest III tin- "-Tib dls- I'-lcl bet ween liep. Call- II. Stalk- er advoc.it.- of prohibition, an I w'. Sterling Cole, who said he believed In resnbmlsslon of Resolution E m b o tl y i ny De- mands Adopted by Over- Majority VOTE OF CENSURE Washini'ton Metropolis i cords Nominee Rcmark- l able Ovation I TO OBEGOTNEXT and were They were the Ihlrtl- Ihlrly-sec- Davenport. (tanchlsed so far us the pre.sl- dentlal election Is concerned." The Herald prints a letter (which It says was received from llorah In answer to one from Its editor. It quotes llotah as wiylnu call see no difference mperanc repr thirty- 1Mb amendment. ey bo I In- Iscntatlvcs John D.'dark......... fourth. Walter (i. Andrews, foi-jaiiieiidiiienl. Tin- In practical eal or the eltert 1Mb lleth. and 'forty-first. Hdinund F. Cook.-., form War Department Condemned Leaves for Portland th prohibition question to the vot- belin; HI! i is Ihe fiuht was MO close It was spread of not safe lo name th" winner nn- 'til tin- last election district re- I'll.- bolls. ported. I Prohibition did not play a p In the 17th district (Manhattan) where Until Pratl. New York'.' only woman representative was renomlnated over opposition hy( C. Hiram Mann. In the I'.Mhj or Mr. Aihi Fln-iin-ii The riii' depa'tment al Ada 1 was called, and the chemical truck a hurried (hi.di to Strut ford.' where the Ada firemen helped' extinguish the file In the him next to the Hnyless home. iment of Hie soldier honu- The liayless home, however. I v..... had burned to the ground, and.'. there no i...........' For Action Against Bonus Marchers AFDITOKII'M. Pol-Hand. Ore Sept. --I.P A fi-soliilion .1' Immediate cash pa> Speech is Scheduled for This I'OIITI.AND. Ore.. MM I'nder -unny ski pt. C.overnor ground, and eport of due th, flames throii: an attractive bulid- jiiiu1. was built more than -l) years Ivt'auo anil had been occupied by the liayless family for several years. M. F. liayless, proprietor of a druu stop1 in Stratford was at the store when Ihe was report- ed. A daiiKbter. Miss Katbryn :n u, f-i.T-i ll.ivle.ss. teaches In Stratford, and' n Mil.' successor 10 presenlallyej'" f M ll-ivless P llarcourt J. Pratt, who Is retir-] i the c! foiirieenth the. Ameri The VOl for to let. ajialn.- The artloii wa: of a I eitieht lloovi-r nU-ht mi.nt would threat lo th aniiual con nt an I.euioti. on hnnits u.i- j In- Pi'. that .-iic con.--( il lite mire iivie-i r. ached ]or Portland today at :i a. m ami -.reeled th- ...nly deniorra ic nomine inaled by democrats. IJ. publicans In the seventeenth silk district City renamed he live Pratl. In New st. H publican plal- party to do possibly lie their pro-ram will by Ihe slate lo hiive overpro- duced. Yesterday, nallonal guardsmen scurried with Wllcox employes when Ihe workers, taking advan- tage of a supreme court order, opened wells which bad been shut down by the corporation commission. The guardsmen clos- ed the wells iiBiilu. One oil work- er was hurt und two arrested luring Hie day. Clntrue- .Mil} lie Filed Morris, Covernor Murray said, agreed lo fib- charm's Immedi- ately If he finds the law lias 1.....n violated. Colonel Cicero Murray, mllllary commander of the field, was ossomblliii: tin- evidence today. "I don't know much about Hie governor said. 'except that In tin- Illnckwell ase a witness testified under oath before the corporation com- mission that In- had made false leports of oil runs for ill days. He said Ihe president of Ills told him to do II. The 1.1. m, ...rry was mith tbroi-h Sale California. James W. Wadsworth. foe of hlbltlon. was nominated without opposition In the district, to succeed Kepresentatlvi- Archie D. no-! Sand' rs. Of Hi ex [l" llff. brother of Van torlons outlaw. I of the seven democratic con- Oilier liitnUeil In Cbnmes for congressional nomlna- Ciirl.-r, officers said, probably tlon, three were held In llrook- nlll be charged as an accessory lm. where Hepresentatlve CcorK" In the kllllni: of Mrs. Sharp. t w. Lindsay of tho third district, Until Carlisle and Line ha 1 Hepreselilallve J. Carley of the 1.....n charged with murder In eighth district and Ilepresenla- coiin- ctlon with Mrs. Sharp's Fmanm-l Celler of the death. Luther Jclllf Is held hern tenth district were reliominated on a similar charge. i was back by the KlnKS Mount Cookmn. said to be a i-minty democratic organization, relative of Catllnle and headed by John H. McCooey. Wealherford. are beliiK held at I Tin- other four democratic Tableiiu.ih for 'contests were up-stale and were Carlisle and Love escaped from based on personal politics. to arrive Ihls afternoon the funeral services. Valued Mrs. llayless was horn at Paris, Hi years imo. After mar- i_.e to Mr. liayless and removal lo Stratford 2.'.'years a--o. where he came In connecllnr with a Stratford hank, she took an act- ive part In the life of the com- munity. She was busy In church work, active In the D. A. It. organizat- ion and prominent In the 1'aslern Star Indue activities. Mrs. liayless numbered anninu people li Mouncetin lit fcreat shout or Stale? opposing ih lin-nt and Ibeir vet. lieclicut IS; Hawaii S; '22; and South Carolina The yore nf state, dhlded on till- was; Di'lawale-----------------Y.-S 1 NI> Illinois------------------VT No I New York_________V-.; NO 1 1 Florida_____________Y.-S s No 1' No llefore Hie r  ry instance. One who was renomlnated was John A. Hast- McC.lnnls' body was bronchi to who fluured In the Hofstad- MuskoK.i' and those of Love and ter Investlcatlon Into New York Carlisle were taken to Tahlequal-..! City affairs while William 1-a- I'llppln. sbel In the l.-R, was liijthrop Love of Brooklyn, the only a critical condition In a Mils- democratic member of the senate koaee hosplul. {who voted for continuance of thf The Cook.-un country was In- j Hofsladter Invostisatlon, ran as fest.-d In the da.vs by il.-s-1 an Indepondent, and was de- peradoes fleeing Into the Indian j feated for renomlnatlon. How- country from the while man's i ever, be will CO before- the voters law. Tln-lr nemesis was Thomas' Tall. 300-pound Cherokee sheriff, who finally was killed In a duel with Sam Itatllff which also re- sulted In Hie death of Hatlirf. no- torious killer. The last hii4 ou'.break of was In lilts, when four died In a feul of Hie Mils. her friends many people in .xua; with whom she had been asocial- ed from tlmo to time, and Mr. 'l> Ilavless Is well known here. jfor Patrick Mr. Is said to be a con-' nf In of JuiUe Wayne Ilayl. ss. of announced here e.irllet In Vlnlta. nominee for one of the po-.week that while he sltloas on the slate supreme court. Im-'diale paynn-nl .n- wo.ilil the of the d-le-: HI.OODIIOF.VHS I'SKIl IX Jslnce Hi- -Lite nn i.iber.--hip I-'OK the -roup to favor ItiK'nt. __ The convention proc.-ed'd were belns win n Ih- r. nluht will sp liverinu the third of 'speeches of Ills S.9IH) mile ney through 21 states. governor of New York has KlvtMi iiiunli attention. assured oni from which uave a-alust man and for wn 4.515 Mr Swift, of ll Milford Tin- motor car Is blamed (or a tirmt nmiiy accidents. Hut how about the "drlvomT in November, as he has been en the republican nomination Ills district. In Tho Fulled States has just n-r- scnled tin- Marne victory memo- rial to France, as a return cUt for the Statue of Liberty. Prob- ably the next clfl that passes be- tween the two will havo to wait for another war. had ilT.- h.id pay- VKP.SAILI.KS. Mo.. Sept. ainl' overfilled into a lloslon's dl b-ili" park adjolnln-.' the bullrilnu. j C.overuor Joseph Tin-re were 111 the was toriiim and an estimated jallon. in the park. On tin U.-ferrlnu to the Hawley-Smoot-from alt "or C.rundy as Mr. is-Hs1 15 Iloo-'evelt puls It. the nomlneinm-n see for renom- face of partial returns but two of MassachU- suhmlll-d most sl chins.- In To my mind, inlflcnnt and t.-lllnu both platforms. There may r'-a- is why those who an- opposed to the repeal of the ISth amend- ment should vote for Mr. ver. Then- may he reasons why those who an- oppoM'd to tin peal of th- 1Mb amendment "bniild vote for Mr. Itonsevi-lt. Hut those iiiinons an- not to he found In that part of the plat- form which deals with the liquor question. Fpon that mailer then- Is absolutely no difference III practical effect between tin- two platforms. Thou- who ar- con- tending otherwise will find out mitment signed by MaJ. Charles F. llarrell jr., of tin- Kiiard. OH Compim) Will I'luhl Altorneys for tin! Wllcox com- pany, meanwhile declared they Intended to enforce "llielr rlchfs' undi-r a siiprenn- court order. They dlil not, however, outline re-jtheir exact phuis. Their numbers now totallliiK over ISO. miardsmeii urtned with ar Kan bombs and pistols, pu- dlclrlcls, (ill ed today In the search for the In- fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim for by derson. who Is I.elleved lost near' renomlnatlon no coimress-jwllhln 'Ml days, after the elect Ion Is over, if not In minutes. nl Mrs. Jim fnr (ll. Commander St-v WoiiM raise havoc with ceoru. iiowitt or ,ha, have had to V-y "KVTFVCK .the lake of the lMn th- r-, foreign markets." Itep. M..N ri.M-l-. or.- in V yr K. J'JK nt fh.. Mni-rlmn Li- "hmt tho onQ __ Shawn.-.' Ilend, on the lake of tin Ozarks. The hoy has been mlsslnc slnoij late yost.'Vday and. it was believed he strayed off Int hook IIP had be. was found about the lake convention of the Am-rlcan I.'- i ic'ranilldVito continued, "had tho that he bov A" o; of mi haw ale n l" lo 'Iho lake and after the vole, nterrupted by othnr na- r >w ed H.wevV.r. th. parents for a time. rnrty ot them set up were Mron" In their belief that, The vote was taken after Har-.tarlff the boy had merely slrayeiK A survey shows that many ministers of the are un- derpaid. Sermons do not seem to bo u paying commodity. The vote was taken aft-r Har i-i4iii............ jry M. Arthur, department Anions the commodities of thfl inlander of South Carolina, lod'--; pacific Northwest, which Rooa ed a complaint b'-c.ius- envelopes; been Injured contalnlnu a speech by Secretary j retaliatory tariffs, were poaches, of War Patrick J. Hiirl-y on tin'1 _ ITunllniieil on n, Xo. Coutlnmil on Tnso 5. roltly mlsleil. inendmeiit have be-n ad- and effectually disfran- chised so far as the presidential cl-ollon Is concerned. Which they vote, they vote for re- peal." X.lon's Herald Is n New land M-thodlHl weekly. Samuel Seabury. who had a lot to do with Jimmy ri- slsnlnc as mayor of New York. ond len-year sentence, toda.r. His case tried In less than an hour, Lemmons was convicted mayor 01 mm. yesterday by a jury ot robb'-ry In recently and flrearmfi In connection with ho had In.'sntlonn of run- nlna for maror of New York. Hn certainly didn't run from NI.-W York's mayor. trolled the field, under orders to kc-p tin; 10 welln closed. The Wllcnx counsel previously had Indicated ttn-y would seek a federal Injunction to eject troops from control of their properties. There also was a pos- sibility of county uctlon usalnst fiiiirdsnieti for the. Injury yester- day of one Wllcox employe. In addition, company attorneys dis- cussed plans for the releaiiK ot tin- two men taken to Jail by III" troops and now' held Incommuni- cado. _ JUSTIVK SPEKIir IV COAMJATK CASK COALOATK. Sept. W A nesro trusty. Charlos Du- mas who confeswil attack- ed a 15 -year old white Ctrl bere last Saturday, has been the holdup, thrcn days after he pscappd. of A. V. HolllHtfl-. jury fixed the penalty, which matched the ten year robbery lerm which Lemmons was In; from Oklahoma City. Greatest results for tUo amount CUnlfled Adi. trie chair Novpmber 18. Sen- te.ncp was passed yesterday by District Judse P. L. Oassoway after the necro, who had beon worklnc at a prison camp near Coulgute. pleadt-rt cullty.   

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