Ada Weekly News, September 22, 1932

Ada Weekly News

September 22, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 22, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1932 NUMBER 26 I mal Battle in Hills Twenty Miles Southeast of Tahlequah OOT TOLL SIK General Roundup of Suspects May Throw Further Litchi On Tragedies Convicted of Participation in $75,000 Robbery in Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY, sept. 21 < i»i Tween /ears imprisonment fitr*f} Charles A. Merritt, hand-some 3» . *-ar old flier, today upon conviction of participation in a daring $75.»M'0 holdup of a m> ssenger on a busy down--t•*■•■{ lu re three years avo. district coart Jury after on- KILLED IN JUMP FROM (THC OF LAFOLLETTE REIGN BROKEN nana town A I- Mf - KOG! Y * A trail o (t! int. da in en i da jell c f WO ’s, af the tit rv Two KIMI ii ti t of l>ej» • Ti ■ officer KOI! Tat Ani willied fi off ic* r a, parent Iv fftpi ed of esmte nf »hr***' for It y tnt in ti1 >n*' to t hi 50 rift I**a * VI : Cfi ,1 vt I We h hi Iii ut I *1 ll Mf! i9— i*rror , i nit -IWM • rid hill4 ti* I 8 lit a1 minutes found I hi plea i i - ii \i* ca I iii •nt at 2«» ) * r i ti p-ceix deliberation lastt int guilt* despite lid fixed his pun-1 ears in prison. I Companion, Mrs. Byford, Injured When Women Leap From Third Floor BAYLESS HOME DESTROYED Funeral Services at Stratford Thursday Afternoon, Burial Here in th* verdict i * * iii ii I re w *1 * sheriff o In the ti KH pp sheriff was bv I ’alii'* 24, non .:ht desperadoes d**ath anil sheriff w in lo c| net slut) Ta hi* quail, fI tim ii tin t heir amini it id Mer of the g v\ Olin dei! in tat urn r tee JHI*'se *• (’of least iv. I I dei § • Two othints in th* large. T ti a to) Jai i» on scaped. Hi. tided. Hobby Ti uggi.-i. tu ains! the d his tost nim p-on, it ! mulled as part if ICI holdup, are a re . (Jib- J us arr (Cowbox i >sted once lias been -SI Hayes, but es-appr* - (I r<»m Vt^nrwlill'c HailjA Mrs. M. F Rayless. of Stratford . was killed instantly late Tuesday afternoon when she jumped from an attic window in her bunni*- home. Her com pan- j ion, 'drs. Doc Byford* who also leaped from the third floor window-, xx is painfully injured but today wa.- re panted apparently out amp on, 25-year old lied states evidence three, te-tifying ne na u Cli and ’.Jo. a t Wit ten It of dancer. The lire. which brought mourning to the hearts of the victim s a*- ©elates in Stratford and to hor r father. C. AV. {many    friends    in    other    communi- * acqu ited, plann- Sc*    totally    destroyed    the    Rayless *•<1 the robbery. Charges a-ainst th* younger Thompson were d topped. Mrs Minnie Balli of Hutchinson, Kans., In whose motor car w won (* M Hi Hied •re slain rn after ti iou n. 27. a Hep tlteinj o td ii t he, t o illy ted part since of tin* bai db dot *1. a was recovered, * nome. ? Funeral services for Mrs. Daylit •• will be lie kl Thursday after-I no »n . t 2 o’clock at the Method-ist church iii Stratford, follow* d ! bv burial in Rosedale cemetery 1 her**. un fir* at ti I da v 'I ii» Hinger Robert Tri Ok la , ar* *te< ye (eld ay and safe keeping, erokee co ii non abl the It Pistols flit IM* (a in I ti i «*- ii linger I at bt || f f 111 J. will b* lit v . Si I burge* of Eldon, I home late lit here tor charged • riff V’. lo ut! ach Side Wins in Congressional Primary; Several Renominated tragedy s! ruck with stun-fiddenn**ss into the Strat-community, coming a short: after school children had dismissed and had scattered tile nearby school building, well us could l*«* determined, Hayk'ss and Mrs. Hyford had up into the attic of the two- j I*.ayless home to do some | ) ii ut ii •ce mu rd - r \LHANY A dx oc ihibit ion • t * rda v 'n I he 11 and * Pat tied. hi.a re night t*ie i rn : i* S, i a 1 >f Min lam 11111 ll k ii dsn f \ lid* f sa iii*' i two of I r ears Na t inn a I hounds and < Ik la horn a into the nu mg of It** M LB pre w her** ur* d in publican fiat iou. In • i-r* public s u I* im u t* lit . N. Y.. Sept, 21 it* - and opponents o ran a close race ii primary in district I Mb Amendment fig I** campaigns for re congressional norni Th* ning ford time been from As Mrs. gone story house cleaning. Oil Stove Explodes An oil stove on th** around I veteran Senator John floor is believed to have exploded, I Chappie. young* * dito sending ‘flaming oil over th** low-j plat**' pro or part of the house.    i    campaign. GOH. LAFOLLETTE COLLEGE BINO TO MURRA! EXTENDS E E \\ til Represent Ada at Drumright in Celebration I hurs-dav Night I ENTIRE OIL FIELD Kohler, Beaten Two Years Ago, Makes Surprising Come Back in Primary BLAINE BUNS BEHIND Results of New York and Massachusetts Primaries Somewhat Mixed (By The Associated Press I A conservative republican’s de feat of Governor Philip laihd-lette, exponent of th** family progressive policies so long victorious In Wisconsin, today overshadowed prohibition battles in New York and Massachusetts J party primaries. Walter J. Kohler, whom Lafol-lette defeated for renomination capacity of 4.POO persons. I two years ago by a 12 7.OOO ma- The stag** is commodious, (i rom XX •'the s(t.ivX I) iii) V Ada will be represented at a Highway tx meeting at Drumright Thursday night by the East Central band, which will leave early tomorrow afternoon for Drumright. The Vda chamber of commerce, assisted by other civic groups ♦ and by individuals, has arranged ; for transportation of th** band by means of two buses. All communities along th*' route of Highway 48 across Ok- <JP Vain lahoma are expected to send del- in his fight ©gations to th** meeting, and J. TA McKeel of vda. member of tile state highway commission, has been invited to speak. The meeting will be held in a natural amphitheatre in Drumright^ park. This has a seating Declares Will Prosecute Two Oil Companies For Violations CHARGES PERJURY Declares Habeas Corpus Not Applicable in Military Rule Cases In one of th* have had in major upsets of the y* ar tin* hold which the LaFoilett**s Wisconsin for J" years - ax *• way; Governor Philip La- i Follette ( top left ) was I < t op righ t». who wa - uproo t he hi dei Mn Th. Up t he «*r it t na f d fir**! nib amt aud I 4 d ri tate ,ressmen !•* amend i "I 'my wen HU; Francis Frederick M. (list * let s. four who have * nt were Frank I). Culpa Vetl- i «miierg** On hat* y* JKI-- -«* h.i vv field and of' feel * i ii ed to Iii** b tl lie* ci gee to * ti th* thick* w **r titer th* McClain. I M. k. l til em b* 1 id took blood eastern called da x ti d« M \ I in ut > >ii' lid Ive* fit *1 I. I hic MT of .( cor •I x ■•re ca Ga un* Musk VV i n I hr I* n ca St: H en xx OU lid it t Th* ti remind oat (* row t her, kin, J2nd. P*ot,    ami    Dani**l    V.    Re**l. Gird district. Each was opposed bv an advocate of repeal. Thr-e congressmen who advo-j rated repeal wen victorious in !h**lr quest for nenomination j against candidates who had th** ipport <*f th*- Woman’s Christian T* utterance Union and kindred organizations. Til* winners in t if*s« < »iit -is were John TE, Clarke in th** J4th district, Wul-t* r tJn-s’iain \tidr**ws in th** i tmh aud Edmund K. Cooke in! th** JI st. The contest in Iii** 37th dis-’ ! net W bet We* id vox* a t Sterling \ed in ihition the fig al * to last ii Rep. Gale ii. Stalk -1 n *»f prohibition, an I Col**, who said Ie* Ii resubmission of th** question to the vot-it xx as so close it was nam* tho winner un* * I* ctlon ii is? rid re ti 111 I nit ion Ie tempted en lichi, before f It* Sex eraI and broo; q nest i.min (astet-, ll* tile slain In .I tan xx Ii of th# ala Jiff, broth t orient* ou * H lid*. Carter, a 111 he r! the kl! Both I Hot ti ran meet it to TI ITV t ’ mal i v • d a * * ** shot 30o yards. were ar Musko e* ex were A! lisle, fat' Hen Earn* ear the I Bober ii Rut IB n op-down I tick T of . an if't* II ** Bat no rm s til I Ii ported. Prohibition did not play a ]»9rt In the 17th district * Manhattan ) where Ruth Pratt. New \ ork only woman rep* quantal iv ** wa* renominated over opposition G. Hiram Manti. In the J Mb district Philip A. Goodwin. Coxsackie banker, was nominated as the successor to R* presen tat ive Harcourt J, Pratt, xx ho is retiring. Form* r IT jilted States Senator James w. Wadsworth, for of prohibition was nominated without flaming oil ox • art of the house. The ii a tues burned furiously; through the building, so that xx hen the two women, not Unow-ir xx hat had happened, saw flames appear in th** opening .throngh which they had entered (the attic all escape through th** house had bb en cut off. Iii their desperate situation, unable to summon help in time, .the xx omen leaped from the attic (Window, Mrs. Bayle-s striking (In* ground be law In such a position ;    to result    iii    her neck    being broken. Mi ranted    by    th** now    clearly |'i    ibb* flames,    many citizens of sir.,!!..rd gat herod at the Hay less i > at* and mon the men were **\-t iii-uishiiK two blaze-- across the! ': 1 ' * and Iva111inI. with flames in the house inst to th** xx-est of that * * I M r. I*11 v j. 'ss, Vila I icemen W-ist *    T • th. e    de    pa nm nr    at Ad? "a.- c led, and tin* chomlcal truck m.ide a hurried d. di to Stratford. where ti)** Ada firemen help*.! * tiaguish the fi’*- in the house I to the Rayless home. J * Bay I*-ss home, however, find burn* I to * he ground, and ti xv as no report of anything being salx aged, dip' to the rapid >pr* ad of the flames through the building. T o- house, an attractive building, was built more than 20 years ago and had been occupied by the Rayless family for several years. M. F. Bay less, proprietor of a drug store 'n Stratford was at th** bv j ''tot ** xx •:* n tile hi az# wan report-\ daughter. Miss Kathryn ss. each* s in Stratford, and Robert Rayless, in Setni- r*’Ssi x e on I*, at* n Tuesda.v ny former Gov. Walter Kohler lins* ated by LaFollette two years ago. The J. Blaine (below* left) today trailed John ll. (lower right •. Thus two conservatives re-th‘ Republican ticket, following a vigorous ROOSEVELT TELLS I jority, today was leading youthful governor by over 95.-* OOO votes in returns from alt Dut 134 Of the state's precincts. The vote was Kohler 31)8.31*1 J Lafoliett* 303-1 >1. Also trailing in yesterday’s pri-mary was another Ijefollette-sup-ported candidate. Senator John J. Blaine, In th* race for the Republican senatorial nomination John H. Chappie. Ashland 'editor. topped him by more than 21,00o votes. Massachusetts republicans piled up a lead of 17,000 over his nearest opponent tor lieut * naut. William S. Youngman iii the gubernatorial race xx itll more than half the precincts reported. Governor Joseph if. Ely. democrat, was renamed without opposition. Representatives George Holden 'Pink ham, republican and John W. McCormack, democrat, a-ain won Boston congressional nominations. In upstate New' York. four districts usually republican renominated representatives who have supported prohibition and were has tho | loud speaker attachments, dressing rooms and ot he ^accommodations which make it®ut excellent place for the weekly park programs which have been presented during the summer by Drum* Mght. V Idaho Senator Sees No Difference in Attitude I owards Dry Question ROSTON, s et. 21. CP Zion's Herald today quotes Senator William E. Horah as saying in a letter in reference to the republican and democratic platforms “those who are In favor of t he I sib amendment hex * Im **n adroitly and effectually di franchised so far .us th*1 prc>i hernial election is concerned.'" The Herald prints a letter says was received from to on** from - y I iatt. 3 I Resolution E m b o d y i rig Demands Adopted by Overwhelming Majority I VOTE OF CENSURE Opposed by i dealists. They were!" bidi it Frank Crowther, Sn th*- ttilrti- f Hora D. in answer et h; Francis Calkin, thirty-sec- H,s editor, ond; Frederick M.    Davenport*! quot**s Boiah    a- thirtx'-tbird. and Daniel A. Reed,/    1    <an    sv*‘    no    ,!i! forty third.    iwhatever in lh** practical sax mg • ■rence eff*‘ct Washington Metropolis Accords Nominee Remarkable Ovation TO OREGON NEXT War Department Condemned Leaves for Portland Where For Action Against Bonus Marchers \ FDI TGR I PM. Portland. O • Sept. I 5. EP A r solution *1* manding iiuin dial ** cash pax inent of t he soldi* ’ lienu w * pissed (*n a roil call vat* tod ax at til*1 closing se -:• i<*n o' i • fourteenth annual convention o! ne American L* aion. Th** vote on bonus wa I. 1*m t*»r lo ] ie* against. Tit act inn \\ i s tag*’ "i .<** of a    statement by Presid**m H'ioVi r I.. - iii - 'it tat mot it would const it ut* Speech is Scheduled for ( Three republican incumbents, advocating repeal won over can-Updates endorsed by temperance organizations. They . were repre I sen t at i x es John I). Clarke, thirty-fourth* Walter <1. Amir* xvs, for airth. and Edmund    J-'.    Cooke, forty-first. John ll. McCool) s democratic organization named its chindi OKLAHOMA GU Y. Sept. 21 taking the offensive to maintain proration in th*' Oklahoma Cit) oil field. Governor W H Murray todux drew up ord r extending military supervision to th** entire ifeld and announced he would prose-" cut** two oil companies for alleged over production. Th** extended zone will include the entire oil field with exception of private homes, public roads and vacant lots xviii he patrolled bv national guardsmen. Governor Murray said the purpose of th** extension was to prevent interference with tx*iii-tnrx enforcement by civil auth ort I ies. “I want th* roads under military rule so Gnat if some lawyer attempts to interfere he xviii he halted by .uardsmen," th** gov ernor declared, “These attorneys can’t s* ■••rn to understand what rn iii (arx rule is. When you have a military zone, th* re is no writ of habeas corpus." He announced lie had ask***! Countx \Homey Lewis R. Moi ris of Oklahoma county to til** perjury charges against “offi-Clnls" *>f the H. F. Wilcox Oil A-Gas company and th** Blackwell Oil ,x ti**.- conipanx for alleged false reports and statements to th** corporation commission In connection with oil production. Th* txvo companies are alleged by the state to have overproduced. Yesterday, national guardsmen scuffled with Wilcox employes when th*- workers, taking advantage of a supreme court order, opened wells which had been shut <town by th** corporation commission. The guardsmen closed the wells again. One oil worker (lie hurt ttnd two arrested during the riav. contested dist) ids i it This ^verting U* present at I \ * * James w?us re no in , he threat to recox * i v.'' ut ii i * u Pi >*si* such I “a {>:. rn .dates iii ;Brooklyn I Ski. Mead of Buffalo, PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept. 21 'Plated b> democrats. 1 ]• Fndt-r un ny sk i**s. Governor B*puhlic«m> in th* s*v**nte«*nt ti I’ itikIiti I). Boosev* It reached or ‘Silk stocking” district in New* Portland today at 9:4- a. rn., and York City renamed til** state cie * ring i ions;!lids greet*id the only congresswoman. Kepr* >• nta democratic nomine*-.    live Ruth Pratt. He left his private car at tile • wisconsin democrat* put Mayor* union depot fora parade through A (; Schmedeman cd Madison I‘ar,v t n . tv a lid ! o (lies rn in ’1 ’ visit ahead in the race for th** pa i tvs din in ;the Multnomah county pomona ul„ rnatorUli nomination in phe campal• is lr, Bill s east e>r,y r,.tllrns F Ryan Duff>. was he on., conc "I i * *•    •    ii nn.n hi,mH    fur .Iii' iii in,in rn i ii- 1 pail ’■ * bet ween tit! platforms of th** two .parti*.s with E f* re nee to the ll St Ii amend Blent. “Th**y both, in practical effect | mean the rep* a I of the I st ti (amendment. Th** republican platform pledges tin party to do that which cannot possibly tie been violated. none without a specific repeal Of .Murray, military tin* Isth amendment. ,    | the field, was “Both parties also profess to evident** today. Glut rue** 'lax lh* Filed Morris. Governor Murray Haiti. agreed to file charges Im mediate! J if h** finds th** law has Colonel Cie** rn Commander of orsonibllng th** interested in protecting I dry states and preventing {return to American Rf** of saloon. Y*a their program ""Mea inevitably bring back the insert-j oath s can saloon * I which the may h<* ab fatal Ii OI a xx Involved In * burge dtion * d Hi 1 rs. the for th re* i n oppo "UCC* Sand Of t**sts t ion, I> tx. wliere W. Limi-t in the presen :P*th dlstric: tative Archt** seven congrt ware Rtpr* r of xx it r* \\ Ta Mi tat iv# * a t he ti le*ll Carli i Vt ctlon i. Ll: situ k mn! * VI a rd* d to R it! Lox* a ii* se re a Uert at ♦ presentat ive ght h «iisi riot v* Emanuel •nth democratic con--'ional nomina-held in Brook-e*ntative Georg*" the third district* J. Carley af the and Represent a-Geller of t i* to * _ na to he SE tv* Ut I Ba y I es a son, nolo. A brot tie? of Mrs. Barless. R. P Bai • of Houston. Texas, is experted to arrive this afternoon for Di*- funeral services. Was Valued Ct ti/en Mrs. Davies* was horn at Paris, • as, th years ago, After mar* ge to Mr, Rayless and removal St afford is years .(go. where came in connection arith a at ford bank, she took an act -part in the lif* of th* coin-nity. Sh** was busy in church work. active in th* D. A. R. organization and prominent in Cie Eastern T';.*' anno .; • • rn* ut whelming .ut* was a great shout of app States < ■ ;*po -1!; _ Hit intuit ami their vol* necticut IS; Hawaii CV WI pay Con- 22; and The x Cue qu* a rn 1 k. id* (I ion ■ t ne Jut rob the Ok lab 1923 wins* i ob ber> w i in g I on cod M cG»n ti I > Muskeg**e ; Carlisle we Flippin, si) a critical k ogee bos The Cox.) tested in t |h rad cm a f co tin In Cr* (aril ton* a /ti® r .< J led fr< i a i >    i, ti runs I ped ntiary years f in Was or it bod , id ll * tak t in «»ndi wa ul ii co t r!\ rough! to Love and ‘a ti ie*! Ut I'. st, w'aa in a Mu**- was in ly ne* were renominated! lac h was back b., the Kings; i. oc rat ic organization. I w John H. McCooey. j e, ter four democratic re up-state and w re ers*»nal politics. .« organization fa T fights for democrat-1 ion for state senate xiv, but the orcaniza-were x ictonous One who was John A. Hastings w to figured in the Hofstad-t**r Investigation into New \ or iv City affairs while William Lathrop laxve of Brooklyn, the only democratic member of the senate w*ho voted for continuance of the . »unfy dei headed by The ot contests w bast'd on McCone;, ntitnber n *’nin.t d assembly, in candidate ♦*v* r; inst an nominat**d w a St sr lodge activities. Mr- Baylet;* numbered among r fri• rids many ;*eopl*> in Ada th xx horn she had been associated from time to time, and Mr. Pax less is well known here. Mr. Hay!* se is said to be a con -I in cf Judge Wayne Bay!* ss. of I j Vinita, nominee for one of the positions on the state supreme court. ♦ — Bl (MiDtlol Mb I >F.H IN >F VIK ll KOU ( HILD Delaware _ Y* - 1 No '* Illinois___ . —.______- ’ rn — ., No 1 N* w York . Y 'es ne No 1 WI lining _ ________ Y< , j| No I Florida _______ Y* V No . Mis so u ri - __ ___ __ 1 2 No : : 4 ! Bt for* ti 11" rt nu It of t h* » v 0 was an nom lr ed T. F. 1 alii)*' {commander (1 -f tit** < )i k la lion Ila d pan in* ut. a ii noun r**c i t ha t h {-tate want* ‘d to c \ - * > VO I e front 30 vo IU ~ in fax or OI boil I is pa) up ut to L !* in fax or lire I “OI I * ’ vote agfttns i ia y t». « u 1 >* * it g ca < i for I’atrick Hiirb x Hurley. ' " 4 - ere! ar y < if r, hi Kl announced h ere e. arli * r S 1 : ! t e w#**k that w btl* I ie 011 post «i ii Zi- in* diate i»a VI ii en t he xx 'ft ll J x G 11 ‘ ’ I with the r 07 a ol t ii. ti**,* g a' i * IU ; since Ute st* it# iii re hi sd Tonight after his public utilities s r . M i Roosev "It will move outh through Salem and Eugene < into California. \BOARD roosevelt SPEC-* IAL. en route to Portland, Sept. 21 CP Leaving behind a prom-i-i for “a deal iii Cie restoration of foreign trad*-" and encouraged by cheering crowds in northwest Wash is g ton, Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt today moved his ;.!■* sidential campaign into the normally republican state of Or-, on. the home of an adminis-t .aion I a der, United States Senator Cli a rh - C. McNary, The democratic nominee tonic a will Speak at Portland, delly* ring th** third of the major stH, dies of his 8.900 mile jour- muy th* senatorial nominal ion. Besuit*, in .Massa* liu-etts BOSTON, Sept. 2 1 EP' With fewer than 2oQ precincts missing \    “    * in returns thorn yesterday’» stat*-[lion in Wid* primaides th* contest for makes th** remocfatic nomination tot twins ti as against anythin federal government to do. Tin lead era in t ii** badger one another campaign. But win n n i-' over there win erred movement upon th** leaders of both parties for Ct*- repeal of the I x; n amendment, and the dry states and the, saloon questions fun tak** Care of themselves. Co “j don’t know * he! evidence,*’ th** the |••except that In xviii i rv..( wit ness before th** mis-ion that he reports of oil 11«*    aid (Ii** company iold president was much about tin* governor amid, th** Black welt testified under corporation cum «* had mad** false !iin> for Si days. president of his him to do it. The dUtru in th*- room at th** time. “W** can prove that false statements fin returns we re made by tile Wilcox.” \t preseat military rule extends only to th** area within a I OO foot radius of each welt. Governor Murray expressed tin* There C on** propose, opinion that writ of habeas corbet It    platforms    which    j j, could not fi* ** L. A. Metis* rn unmistakably    th**    Crazy. Wilcox roustabout, and H. **v are, tim! that    is,    the    ^    ||vIe arrested last night by lieutenant governor commanded iprovision with reference major interest with only 155 I rn it ting this question to votes separating Edward P. Bar- tinns inst# ry and John C. Swift.    Hires. That The nomination of Lieutenant th** rep* ail th: *ve! a ough I hate will discuss public util-j ney* Roo- it;* -, a sui)j ct to which gox * rnor of New York ha^ much attention. Last th gilt at Seattle, veil mad* a brief speech .t iditorium crowd that Mr. it. Governor William S. Youngman over Frank A. (Biod win of Hie Boston finance commission for j the republican gubernatorial nomination seemed assured on the basis of returns from I.!'-CC {precincts outof 1,707 which gave Youngman 177,20$ against 14s.-svO for Goodwin, t Barry, a Boston man and fur- 1 biti _ -    *    Is* which they in order he as given mer lieutenant governor under Governor David I. Walsh, now F. .-v senator, had k4,*<7o vol* Boose- to ti 4.Ifor Swift, cif Mil for I to an and law partner of Wa Eh. filled These figure- were from to sub con v**n-id of stat** Ie.: is lawns th** thing which ds wanted above ail That    is the    thing felt they had to have to effectually    bring about repeal when th** matter wa submitted. To my mind, if is the most    significant    and    telling claus** in both platforms. *• * *    * There    may he r* a- why til*)-** who ar** opposed repeal of the 18 th am* nd-s him id vote for Mr. H(>' rh* re max he reasons why sons to th rn* nt ver. Vi! law Tai XI ic v it "111 tortoni Th*' fighting died in Their n 3 00-pout! fin a1 U rn Sam Rat I in the «j as killer. tint da vs by de do th# indt.i white man is was Thorn; evoke** Kb#Ti tied In a di VERSAILLES. Mo.. Sept. 19 -P -Bloodhounds were being u«-. d tod ii) in the starch for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim An-1 d* r'«*n, who is beliex'ed lost near S awne» Rend, on the lake of the Ozark**. The boy has been missing since i belier* J he strayed off into the woods. A book he had been playing with pled g« *i meat. The other 1 of th* culled ens. every seat. ti ledges and ox bali park adjoining Thee were I 2,“OO to in including all but in an ♦ -timated **>*' who ar** opposed to the real of tile lith amendment I should vol** for Mr. Roos* velt. 1,529 j But thus*- reasons ar** not to be three ’ found in that part of th* plat J form which deals with the dem-j question. Upon that matter there -lls absolutely no difference in 14*909 ation.    I    practical effect between the two I on the face of initial    returns' platform*. Thom* who ar- ron- of    Massaehu-1 mn din aisles, window precincts rflo* d into a base- of Boston’s 263 dis?Met the building.; Governor Joseph P*. Ely the audi- ocrat, was unopposed for renom liq nor ■ COi ion s W nil bv for Georg-in. chairman, ■orts. If oc* ea* < the I s c im mil I**' oui rue ii ti * r iwitf of W resented ti fit? lien at I Rat Ii! Hofst.dt.r investigation, ntn asi|aIa v«,. rdav and. it wa sn indem»ndent. and was defeat* d for r« nomination. How-J ever, he will go before the voters In November, as he has been given the republican nomination in hts district. f. It a a f* ik of a h**n 'ills. Th# great a Im! ut mot ce rn a tu car is blam* d for a accidents But how the drivers? The United States has just p*e-nted th# Marne victory memorial to France, as a return gin for the Statue of Liberty. Probably the next gift that passes between th# two will have to wait for another war. th# ink#. Residents near Shawn## Bend expressed the belief that the boy may have (allen into the lake and drowned. However, th* parent-were -irons: in their belief that the boy had merely strayed-. AUDITORIUM. Portland. Sept. 15. J* Th*- d mein was censured in a voce vol* today at ti to port XX .V - • ?* v- Or pa vt otherwise will find out within 9** days* afur the election is over, if not In 9ft minutes, iurn and the park Referring to the Hawley-Smoot from all but two of Mas such u-“or Grurid;    Tariff ”. as Mr.    setts’    13    districts,    all congr*    .--- Roosevelt puts it. the nominee m^n seeking renomination were sai l:    “Presld    ut Hoover should    victorious.    S* v* n    had no    oppose that th* v have h* en misled, have known    that this tariff    lion. would ran*    havoc with an plans that he might have had stimulate foreign markets.” Rep. t guardsmen in a unit block after 11 <>*>;*' had resorted to tear gas bom bs to end a melee instigated I by ii crowd. Kyle is a brother of ob.* Kyle. Wilcox worker who j was beaten when guardsmen 'closed t bree of til*- company’s 'xv*!l- yesterday. ID* and McCrory were jailed under a commitment signed by Maj. Charles F. Barrett jr., cif the guard. Oil < on 1 pf!it) Will Fight Attorneys for the Wilcox rorn-pany. meanwhile declared they intended lo enforc* “their rights under a supreme court order, They did not, however, outline their exact plans. Th* lr numbers now totalling over 150, guardsmen armed with i• ar gas bombs and pistols, pa-• trolled th* field, under orders keep the IO wells closed. The Wilcox counsel previously had indicated they would seek a f*<i>rai injunction to eject the troops from control of their properties. There al-o was a possibility of county action against guardsmen for Hie Injury yesterday of one Wilcox employe. In {Those who are in favor of the I addition, company attorneys dis-18th amendment have been ad-]cussed plans for the release of to FRISON BREAK LEADERS    ’roitlv    and    effectually    disfran-j the two men taken in jail by th** GET* HEAVY SENTENCE. efc]K«:d far t ,, presidential troops and now held I acomia uni- \ t national of tin American hematin g d pro- it* * (how \ survey snows that many ministers of the gos[*ei are underpaid. Sermons do not seem to be a paying commodity. convention cion. An outbreak o, after the vote. inurru feedings for a time. * The Vol*' was taken a !**r Har-! ry M. Arthur, department commander o* Soulh Carolina, lodged a com plain t b* ca i-» envelopes containing a speech by Secretary of War I’atrick J Hurley on Co Continuo*! on Fag** 3, S*». I Willis C Hawley, republican co-autuor wiC Senator fleed Smoot > of Utah, of the Hawley-Smoot act. is an Oregon congressman, j “That tariff, a- you in Wash-irn-ton will know,” the democrat-; ic candidate continued, “had the inevitable insult of hringin about retaliations by other na election Is concerned. Which j eado. • ver they vote, they vote for re peal.” * Zion’.- Herald Is a New land Methodist weekly# Eng- A RD MORE, Okla., Sept. 29 — *j»i—Leon Lemmon*, accused of l ading 23 convicts in a daring break from state’s reformatory last August 14. was under a second ten-year sentence today. I Samuel Seabury, who had a lot His case tried in less t an an {^ with Jimmy Walker re-ll hour, Lemmons was con *. ir 1 * * I. ^ j ^ n j ^ ^ mayor of New York, yesterday by a jury of robberyjarrived in london recently and .....*    denied    he    had intentions of run- . V°rty *?f 1 iem 8et UPi with firearms in connection with tariff d*-, en se s.    . the holdup, three days after he Among the eommoditle* of the    Holllrte-.    Th# Pa,uftc Northwest, which Roo,#- , Pm„a the p«nai,T. which VII said hail been Injured b7 {^hed th# ten year robbnry retaliatory tarlHa. were pcache., isrm vt)|ch Lemm0', was s..rv. Ctuitinutn! on Fag# 5, No. 6 tog from Oklahoma City. ning for mayor of New York. He certainly didn t run from New York's mayor. JUSTI YE SFEEBT IV COALGATE (ASE Greatest results for the amount invested—News. Classified Ad*. COALGATE, Sept. I 5-A negro trusty, Charles Dumas who confessed he attacked a 15 year old white girl here la-t Saturday, has been s*nt#nc*d to die in the electric chair November 18. Sentence was passed yesterday by District Judge P. L. Gassoway after th# negro, who had been working at a prison camp near Coalgate, pl* ad**d guilty. ;