Ada Weekly News, September 29, 1932

Ada Weekly News

September 29, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS TROW LOOMS CLAIM TO OFFICE Legislative Act Creating Highway Commission Sustained By Court (Hot CANNOT REMOVE Next Move in Celebrated Case Not Announced By Litigants OKLAHOMA (ITV, * in Th** win* i I'-.-?! I tr *•« t* Lew IL \\ ♦ sitar., S< pt. Ti,1 'ul I ‘one a id Gov I ll* • f ,* Ti** ma end* «I "**h Of (ll** ' OI** UU* *1 mid I un a r ouM Im. Mi. Ii* aw nil millionaire, a ll. Murmy over seat *»a th** t commission fad favor of W* Hi lf S**v< ii | ii a flees fit* IHI' emu I terdmy I ti Murray4** ore! aud na in in • Thomas of I* ut*. Governor Murray fit 111 well lit Ii* hall tore friendly t•* hi* shout id the coart “sent till mif»r* in* court of th* Mate* in dividing Id*' of ii JWN I ilia afer In th* Can* fit iii 24 Ie* -ira filly William publican 111g Vt wa y today ill stat, Mila I**    >©«- a invalid Wenis HARRISBURG, Ark.. F* pf. 24. \ (AH Expressing fear for the 1 safety of his prisoner, C, T. Sulii-1 van, chief deputy sheriff, today, announced he had removed Her-I man Ledbetter, 31-year-old fartn-er, accused of slaving his two-| year oh! stepson, to a Jail in an-i other Arkansas city. “Keeling her* is running pretty high,** Sullivan said, “and then* lip no telling what might happen if j Ledbetter remained here. ’ At th*; same time. Sullivan an-♦ pounced that th** baby’s mother, w horn Ledbetter married at Pig-gott, Aik., about a year ago, had told him she would take til** stand iii her husband s defense. “We don I understand the mollie r’s attitude today,” the oliver raid. “She told us that the baby was disobedient and that she did-h I blame to r husband foi beating him. “She also told us that ct pled his version of th* death, that lo* fell from fir s wagon and wa lo was whipping tin ob* (lienee." WORK SOON ON FEDERAL BUILDING HERE Full Reports of Storm Damage Not Yet Received by Officials (WIES NUMEROUS Hurricane Does Little Damage In Passing Over Santo Domingo AN sin* ac-childs lodbet- Moud O. t<# it jdace I if king at |< Isla pollen H, again (* < I nlted 11 rn to al N< vt rn and assorted W till “and ices iii the oil crowd an- try-?o dictate the pollen of “We must , ... ,    ...    ,moaning our killed while „    ,    , . r    ..    i ernor James child for dis-1 , , •statement to Tine wlio can turn<*d to. This in th* only brl ADH. C. BOOSTERS } Singletary Wants U. S. Hp. way From New Orleans to Pacific Coast t lute ; tt\eminent Mins Thomas, restrained try til* court from Interfering with \V * iii f. post • 1 - i'm of the Oflice, , lib d and said, “it looks IU.* it means ‘skidoo f«n inc,” Th*' Mi pf* me court opinion. written tty J nest ic «* Hotter! lief IMM , d« ii led th* pow* I **i t he ov < t nor to remove a moulin r of Hi* comme don and ut* • eld I ti*' law i»:    j u 2 9    *r* af iii -• th* pi ©sentj line*- iitemh**r rommissinn. I* j overruled nu Oklahoma county district court d*ere* against Went i on a cross petition to aud Miss Thom * Return ut “lint* for • HIN " Th* law provides for appoint rn 'ut of coni ii i is doners bv the *. c» v I* i nor by and w ti ii Iii*' coil* .••nt of th#- «'n a i« It* mo va I Is, P ovid* d only for caufle in a court of com im »* hi jurisdiction or try th** legislature. Weill/, a republican, appointed tor a rex year t* rut Vprii I, IV2'* i,v i .ov W J Holloway, a d* m-rrat. wan oust***! just thr* ♦ years I,ii* t itv Murray, who installed a ow lock oil lh* door of th** Tiffin \\ < ut / had 'ic* njd* *1, si*' Holt*4*! two affiled lilt rd s a1 iii** doors and shouted in glee, “he * out; shes In That’s all there Im to it '* FL |*f J UM ic*’ ll I' la-* •’! , and J11 *ic*■ - J.u..' - ll. ( unison* I ’ ha Her Swindall, Kilts in IL Mc-Korncguv and In a vim elal opHi in (li** court ii de- (I r»#H» TlmrN.I • \I*.tit) I A d*f« use of lit* Mat < ti I g; ills h c*iininth>P»n against chary-s made against it by IL A. Singletary, of tin mod roads division of (In Oklahoma City chamber Nt ill. W Fletch#*! itll ion. coneurr el* ion Tile «>ii I ** dis?;' cd Im J ll: (ice J tie** Thomas < • al- * iit. Tip decision Cf office and • ot ' in W' ut * clerk to In'--!!* a district court “t essarv arith w rn* ut Ii* re iend forced. ’4 It uh s of th** I .’©day t Hon for it NS t ' to I J IIH W ll • in til b to it re lit dt •I IM I lo I • by t he d may b t* n c jtidg !* t,fl court prov Id** a rind fin filing a pet I* a rehearing mid Iii** n! commerce, at .McAlester Tues-j day night was made her** today by W. ll. • Little Win n a number. of Ada booster^ joined the trade Irippei* fr*»iu th** ©apiial lily in ltineh**un at the Aldridge. Mr. Lid* p* ©eh followed n talk by Mr. Singletary iii which Ie appealed for ald from Ada in tip* designation of th* highway . from N*-w Orleans to Seattle, I Wash., uh a I . S. route, ll** was promised (he coopt tattoo mid us int a nee of th** \da boosters. The chara** that polit irs vc re delaying the road program in Oklahoma, Mr. Lilt!* staled, la I unfounded so far tis the Oklahoma commission is concerned. It I politics are being played, it is I by tin* Federal Hut* an of Hoads land not bf the contrite sion of tills stat**, H« also took I Im* v isitoit s to task for opposing th* building ot roads in southeastern Oklahoma, stating tliat these ware th* roads that are putting busi-n » Into th** capital city, and I making the greatest recreation (enters til smit beast#! it Ina available to th th** capital Mr. Singletary still insisted ihat politic^ are cb laying the, pro sam, but refused to specifyi tfhe exact location of th** political * g ame. Talks wore made bv other members of th* Oklahoma group, 'composed of vvboh salem, mmm-fact urers. bankers and allied t nobs. Hugh Norris, president **T th** \d,t Cha int© i of rommel ce, pf** sided over th*' meeting, Th*1 Oklahoma UUv men arc traveling by bus an (J came to Ada from Hugo and other cities iii th** southeastt*rn part of the •tai.-, They will r» .pi Oklahoma t ttv tonight. JUAN* puerto Hico, Sept. 2K. LF Tin* sound of th** hammer and lit** saw could be heard Anywhere in lhi> city today as th*- weary populace began to repair the damage left in the wake of \est* relay's disastrous hurricane# waste no t ime be-! Josses," said Foyil Beverley In a th** people, “every handle a t*>ol has excellent spirit bt spot in our outlook.” Ii was still impossible this afternoon to measure accurately either the loss of lift* or Hp* property damage. The gover-reinr himself went out iii an uir-S Hmh- Phine in insj>**ct the ar**as where tit* storm struck its heaviest bio wa, tint until that survey is com pl* I* ti there can bt* no im I ll— oritatlve estimate of th** loss. From the University of Puerto Prie# ut Piedras* word cam** this morning that not a single building had escaped damage and that th* ass* 111 lily hall had been entirely destroyed. Nevertheless lh** university chancellor said classes could resume on Monday. A anitariuni near Blo Pied ran was wrecked and many patients. (.loo ill to im removed to their homes, are being eared for bi tie basements of buildings . standing. Heavy Casually List Estimates of the dead vary from 1'»0 to 200 end of lh# injured I ,#00 or more. All government offices wet instructed by lh*’ governor to open for business as usual today. “We must have everybody go to work.” b** said, “as thong*! not Hilt: hail happened - only more so.” Mayor ; of lh** stricken towns who cull***! on the governor last night wet** instructed to supply i met gency relief for is horns. Heil nest s for caskets in which to burv the dead wore refused. McDonald and Swain Expected To Probe Gould-Harmon Contract Delay OK LA HOM V CITY, Sept. 28 cP>    Thomas    H. MacDonald, 1 chief of the federal bureau of roads, and C. E. Swain, federal district engineer of Fort Worth were reported to be in Oklahoma i today on an inspection tour. They wen* expected here tomorrow. MacDonald probably will make i a complete investigation of a control• rsy between th** highway commission and federal bureau •if roads which has resulted In th** withholding of more than $2,500,000 in federal aid funds. The commission has declined to award a contract for construction of a northern route from Duke to Gould as provided in an agreement with th*- bureau. Acting at the request of Governor! Jud<’e Gassoway Denies Habeas Corpus Application at Coalgate Monday SUF DEFENSE IS PIE* Wife of Slain Ada Attorney Tells Events Leading Up To Shooting IVV#m rne<M« (f'« Iii ii JU Mrs. Jet fie Winn «.i' ret unled I to tin Pontotoc county jail late I Monday afternoon follow ing the I denial of an application for a writ of habeas corpus before Dis I riel Judge P. I*. Gassoway at Coalgate Monday. Incidents preceding the death | of her husband, P. G. Winn, with Murray who favored building a j whose murder she is charged, south route as provided in *|wen» revealed in Hie testimony county bond issue. Commissioner of thr, witnesses introduced by I c n t a t i v e Appropriations Schedule fur General ( ounty Needs Finished (From 1 iic'il i(■*> Daily) Member- of til* county e tm • board this moi nill Slat'd that th* v had worked out a tentative schedule of appropriations fur the county government that will bring th** total wit 11 ill th# amount of anticipated revenue. Tile total of < ^ rrnatt d net tis. as prepared by county officials (.t-» J in view of th** demands on their offices for the present fi-cal year I is $07,1 UT. I The excise board has in sight I anticipated income for the g* "literal count*, government of slight-My more than $6*>.000. The discrepancy betw*en tie* two sums led to vigorous trimming bere and there un deputies’ salaries, supplies, court funds and every other place wit ere any sh*-bin Wa toilful possible until the smaller ainoi!! had been ach it' • d \ ppropria lions for tin* fi sc I (From VV c,lnt s(|;(j's I i t it Th*- low* bidders on tho federal J building    for Ada    are    Rogers    | a n d    Leventhal,    of    Chat-1 tanooga. Tennessee, according to J information given Postmaster J. VV. Lewis by tin* architect, Wit- j Ham it Schmitt. The low fig--    c    |v    ore was    $17t»,()00,    which    places etal Larger I nan aame Elate    jj wt»u    within the    appropriation Last Year; Oklahoma i and no further delays are ex- 81,OOO Rales    |    jnvv    ^or    j|n> postoffice i building at Ponca City was $140,- J. F. McKeel and chief engineer Charles Wilson recently went to Washington In an attempt to make a settlement. They were advised a federal of!trial would investigate. y ADDINGTON, Sept. 2 h ' I’ ouO, according to Mr, Schmitt. Pot ton ut this year’s 'growth gin-» ncd prior to Sept. I ti was report- ’ tmI today by the census bureau to hii\' totaled lh ti    tun ning hales, including 51,930 counte hah s o (Frrjn Smnt.T\'s Dull)) Rids will be opened in Wash ington Tuesday for construction of the federal building and post- lound hah fount d tis half i office here at the corner of Ren-hales a rid 5 25 hales Of American-( Hie avenue and Twelfth str****t. Egyptian.    I Once the contract is awarded Ginnin s to S* pl. Id last year j and th** work order issued artlet sled *1,002.758 running bales, ivity is expected to begin at ie Iud in. 55,458 round hales and j once and the 707 hales of A me rictrn- Kgy ptia ii. oklahoma ginnhigs this year to Sept. l*i wire 81,002. fi Ju L and the building which has been ‘on the way’ for some tineas a part of the federal relief construction program will become an actuality* The low bidder can be determined Quickly, after the bids ar” opened, and once the responsibility of the apparently successful contractor has been checked and I (approved, the contract can 'signed and th** work order sued. the defense counsel, and by Mt*. Winn, who took the stand In sup port of    her self defense plea. R'*rt    Curie# and Tom Holt, farmers    whose homes ar** locate I within a mile of th** Winn place J m ar the Coal county line, told of I hearing frequent quarrels be tween the defendant and her    husband, former \da postmaster    aud territorial federal commissioner. Abusive and profane language and threats of injury and death I to Mrs. Winn were related bv I    Curlee,    who repeated tin* word! of a quarrel he heard between tin* defendant ami her husband which occurred in July. On    this I occasion Winn threatened his I wife witlt a hois d are club, Cur-\fter he received notice from Ie# affirmed. tin* >taf»*    equalization    board    of    Tom    Holt, farmer living one final assessed valuations on pub half mile north of the Winn lie service properties in this j home, stated that Mr. Winn had county, Charley Floyd, county tax been drinking when he saw him assessor, announced Saturday that. I between I* do and 10:00 o’clock the total    valuation    of    I'ontotoc    I on the    * I a \ of th© shooting, county    this    year    is    $11,578,409,!    Timms In Feet as compared    with    hist    year's    total    j Mrs. Margaret Shaeffer, of $18,089,713, a decrease of $3,-! Mast Fourteenth t*tr«***t. Ada, J 15,214. FI ►yd Announces Decrease $3,400,000 As Final Figures Arrive o yea r v\ hich ended oklah«>-('    .. „ J he said. < uiz* us o | Communication.* lune 30, 1952 totaled $80,962, at I* r • > inuit** had totaled £ I OO,*> >5. The sell' (III!*' worked does not for any tax levy way work. Th*-was made last county highway Governor Heverb*y explained that burial Was up to th*' municipal!-(tile exci.-*1 hoar*! 11 es. “Th.* insular government -ut v is to care for the living, were so crip-11™'11 >'«»*'"'    llia" pie*! that complot* information | onlln , l <ih w hat [tarts of the island min1 hit bx th** storm was still lacking today Wood fit Ruttem. th* : (tv t I not s <*ct«*tary. who mad* a tour of much *»! the north J ( in airplane, said he thought , t tie hurricane passed out to s* a , just 4* *st of San Jim ii. lite InsUr t la e';i«*f “f polled, however, sai«i < Im believed the area hit was' much mo i' ext* naive, I He said he had reporta 25 I wen killed at An cilia, much tai I h**r west. out by prov id** I oi count v hi- * I -same provision VT a I’, CMI ai1111 fun*Is to income ad vai- Fminent Mississippi Statesman Of Old School Dies at Advanced Age YAZOO CITY, Miss.. Sept. 28 I*)    Former Senator John Sharp Williams, who spent part of his hov hood fleeing a federal of Loss in real estate valuation is responsible for most of th** de cline. In 1931 th** valuation for th** county was $11,060,386. This year it is $8,850,252, Public service assessments declined from a total of $1,763,745 he |to $3,830,095 in th** same year, is-land personal property from $2,-, 265,582 to $1,936,152. The building and equipment! a flat 20 percent reduction on will represent an expenditure of valuations of real estate and pub approximately $200,000. It will be three stories I u ut whose home Mrs. Winn appeared •in Sunday afternoon, September ll, without shoes or hose, said she called a physician who re moved thorns from her friend’s feet. “8h© looked terrible, her feet were full of thorns, her limbs were scratched and she was near a State of collapse." Mrs. Shaef fer said. Cross examination » veabd that Mrs. Shaeffer    ac I s - The exct • hon sd i iowan at work on tho Schools estimates, with estimate and !    '    11 school dis! i lei ©st im t • I»*- taken til*. morn i sofia! a' t ovvns.i i (•/••im i still I Ll FROM TICKET PUCE ££ OKLAMOM \ (.I* The -tat* CITY clee ion mandate will lug that tim* in Ie sued. Mi tain Hi* el fir \ iv nil log Cornin g lug and t not h< Until in Tho • Issued dur- tlie tnalida'e nas may re- Haiti, I ruled today, ii* ®eeord;«m attorney that socialist eligible to [ii* offices Mort ny'** Move unexpectedly, the rut® ,* steps for making It T f ius I hrou, hi in mc rn * fist action if UHL* might tab off til** commis Recently the that * ven if against Miss T no wav for it ii -{Mea Im 11on a iv “VHalf i . k» »c.» hi*' foe attempt mf a1 of q *ou«ut s hi d* dared e would e U Hon. I ov ei nor '(at* d th** court beld ho mas, there was to pin a highway commissioner Into of flee. Murray failed in an lo obtain I**stslatIve tx Weott, atol branded * ss “Went* ’n art;. The t w ti, who have ne' • r n P* *k * - ii to » ad* oilier, S»«v e Im**'ii hitler foes since the }»* dill' a I campaign which r**su,i«-d in Murray's election. Murray during the raitipalgu I oust Went/ Rasing hi> removal order on the “supreme « x« cutive power, vested in the governor by t •<*• stat** cons!U alien. Govern! Murray cit«*d as *’au * Wi llis* ouster. W* ntx* failure chairman, to sign payrolls lo report “what became of federal truck account.’’ Went*. In a detailed reply, asserted he had refused to sign payrolls, not In n* git ct hut in Perfortiiance of Ids duty, they listed “salary-Uk«*rs chosen by orders outside th© commission.’* ll© added the federal truck account “must re tat# to trucks turned over to the stat© CITY. Sept. 28. of death sen-on Luke Sic mis [, convicted mur-. Mated until January dei of Gov. Murray, lie* n sentenced to do OKLANUMA (lh Execution tonces imposed and Jo* Marti* d* ; • rs wa 28 by oi Roth had Oct. 2''. Nichols. 12*y* ir «»hl carpent« r, was giv**n the extreme pc ii a Mi by an Mf#ifa county distrie’ court iur> for th** killing of Mi Harriett Crawford. 26. Sh* was shot How n on a Cl * rok * street last spring.    0 Martin re c«*lv**d th** death 'el* D ue* aft* r pleading guilty in th** Nu i|c county district court to slaying RH* I Van Nearop in ail argument. NUito Ho Dingo F.*oa|ics LORT Al* IMI INCE, L«-",j (Sept. 28.    <    L» Hejmi ta nvuilahl*' > an !her* today sai*l th*> hurricane )which took heavy toil of Puerto I Rico yesterday had passed across ! lienal Saint*' Domingo    without seriora j Court amsou damage and apparently was s luttn candidates tor au prince this morning.. tors on the Nov. a.    rn.    today the wind j discussed when    Urn    stat** exec finialed at IPS j tl?«* commie*'*    meets an altitude of moi row, Si* - fried mountains. At i secretary, said. KO mibs! The [girly was declared existent after I ae 19 (J I ****" ( broken its lo [d.    24- hoard wit h geu*raLs opinion, candidates ar* infer state and na-hef ore 1934. to pot the party’s presidential elec-s ballot will he here A morin of Port At I velocity was miles an hoitr at 4,090 f* et in the ti: 30 ii had dropped to 80 milt un hour, the high peaks about    ,    „ , “cc*. land only recently won rein t o-• r. invasion of iiis state and most his manhood in his count i\j I cong*** ss. died last midnight. Ile was 7S and was at his old plantation home near here with a group of kinsmen when the cad came. He had failed fast during recent months and his death w'as not wholly unexpected. Ii was til* crackling, piercing (voice of John £ha*pe Williams student, connoisseur of beautiful things, planter of cotton that helped awaken the south from th** lethargy that almost smoth-(i it after the war between ates. The same voice coolung IU.v eloquence and stinging sarcasm as it fought the Kit 'jus of Woodrow Wilson In the s na’*• during the trying days of the league of nations fight. \rid it was the same voice that told the senate, after it doomed Wilson’s measure. “I d rather be Ii hound dog and hay at the moon from my Mississippi plantation than remain in the Lnit d Hates Senate," He retired from public life in 192 ; anti came beni© after devoting almost 30 years of his life to ervic* in congress. th*- city Davlire \ legit! bliuiib lilt WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. 'I Governor Paul M. Pearson of th* Virgin Islands today notified Secretary Wilbur that th** "full fore** of th*' W cst lad tap lim Tithe Vif gin islands. He no lives lost on St. Island. non-el ion date- an d a basement and will he faced with Indiana limestone. The building will be so by no feet in extent. The toji floor will house the L. s. commissioner's office, petit jury, grand jury and civil service rooms. Th** second floor will he occupied by offices of the federal judge, lh S. marshal. L. S. attorney. postoffice inspector and a courtroom, The first floor will be devoted exclusively to postoffice fnciliii s. In th* basement will be space for storage needs, heating plant, assembly room lur postoffice em*; plo.T es. Progress toward securing a federal building and postoffice in Ada began with passage of a bill through congress, introduced by Cong. Tom I). M c Keo wit of Ada, providing for air appropriation of $9n,000 for that purpose. The sum was later raised to $250,hun as part of the unemployment relief program, a Hit** was selected from a numb r which had been offered, and plans for the building w**re called for, approved anti bids for construction called for. REITH SENTENCE RF NEGRO SMI) I companied Mrs Winn to her late lie service properties was iii part* husband's office that Hutidav responsible for the sharp slash in I night, where the latter searched the county total.    J for “her persona! Ie longings’’ Now that all approved vnlun ! Mrs. Winn, who took the. stand finns for Hit* county have been re last. remained calm and coo* ceived, th** county excise hoard is posed under the rapid question expected to resume work on Hieing of Robert Whit bish, special appropriations task which was de-! prosecuting attorney represent layed by waiting for all of Hie; log Mrs. w. R. Chancellor, public service assessments.    Winn’s    daughter. Public service valuations in I According to Mrs. Winn's te^ti Pontotoc county last year aud I mony sh - fled barefooted from this year ar* A T K S F. Itv Ahi Th A TH huh) T V>fi Kl- I, A I * Col p f'eitT I unit u I Tel Ia* Na! <la K O A, •ll) Mm Thwnit. o. u, 4 B. 0 Cl. A. A V lly. (►kilt. !M|.loliii. I'nil i ii* I if.. Hit. IVitititlor fiji, iitir 1 ‘ult HTM et i «». ICS tin a> f£x|»t •'*!* StMiiutirxt t’i|>< (Mi' Shu. S* -t I*"* Tri Sr. si. I lr II Tri Bf. L. a S I*. ny. ...... Sw . I Hilt im Vanon Tri. * '<*. Tata to shown below mu • flit * 111 Ml I 50 ll"*' Si ..VK I TI ox. »:*7 : J!,«»t * I 10.127 I .."it * I 20,1* J ’i j 2 *, I'**; ; I »«*.©» I I pl,Sail j 13145.*122 I I 107,222 t:;:i.*3H» j 2»',I.OHI 212.52** - | ZI ,502 III.IMM s re*. 7,517 22M,«i ll ire sin IT.‘I..!# 11.7mm 2*'7,!*^* 175.751 I. ;7*> «*:.* I .UMI.Old is*.7;.** I IS. Ii*. 4**1 Him It 705,7 I • h ,»i.i«*’» TD REITH IN HOME m*nt throng {a (it ion, 4- : CORTIS WIEL SFESK can** hit reported Thomas IL • r for aud th* TUPELO MIN HURT EEGISllTURE ILE I I I IHT SMITH. NI k.. Si Ut. 2H GT The condition of Irving 0 III PID IPPinCIUT Neales. t». aker of the 1931 and ill UHM nu J Dull « mibs* ouent sjiecial mm» ions of the m  ....... after the war aud lone before my tim© and child. on the commission.” Citing the Meyers decision on lAtMWtfftued en Psgf 8, No. ft Hait i Mooney, 3^ of Tup* to, was brought to tin* Bree© hospital late Munday afternoon, suffering from dangerous injuries sustained in a car accident a iii He north b* eau*© of Til I**’lo. Today It was determined that Moon©y’a injurt«w include a fracture* at th© baja* of Hie skuli and int* mal hurts, extent of the latter ntill undetermined. Mooney is Bald to have a wife \rkansas bouse of representatives was reported “slichtly Im proved but very critical h©re at noon today. Mr. Neales is suffering from acute Bright’s disease, ll was when he was speaker in 1931 Hiat OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 26 s.T> - Major addresses* in th?* »* Oklahoma congressi«»nal di trims ! ar** schedul'd fur Vice President Curtis Hltf week. Curtis’ itinerary in Oklahoma begin* w it ii a s[>^ech Thursday night    at Enid.    He will    remain J throughout Friday in th© eighth congressional district.    making^ I short    talks    at    ot her cities aa; leader gui'Rt    of M.    C.    Garber,    r* pubM-j in    the jean congressman. H*‘ will motor to Forma Friday night fof his second eduhd address. Most sp* ciacular of his gaseinents is exp*cried at Law-huska next Saturday, where the vice pre-sid* ut is to be greeted S autor Williams wa- a statesman *»f Hie old school, an arist >-crMt w o was d* sc* nd**d from an illustrious line of revolutionary leaders. H* was born in Memphis. July 30, 1854. His father was killed ai tit** battle of Shi® lob when the Lnion army marched through Tennessee. Memphis was threatened, a# his family moved to tile mother’s old homestead in Yazoo county. Williams fir>t was elected to 19. boil e of represent.ith -s in 1892 ani served there for 16 i on- , n? iv • years, In 19oS he was unanimously reelected, hut in 190k was elected to the senate, although he did not take his seat until 1911. While in Hie house he was of the democratic forces days of ‘Tm I© Joe” Cannon. Ii*’ im mediately beearn* a City. leader in the senate and devoted sea- much of his time to healing the | breach between the north and en-? south, It was in the days when h“ ___.    ,    , ai.i-nHj d. r#nrting WoodrowT ' ^ Wilson tbat he broke with James FERRY, .-*•[»(. 2 8. T Ed Hugh*-. 7:: fear old pion*©! resident of tills town and former train mail clerk, was burned to <S**ath hot * Sa'' night in a fit*' ; their home after lunch Sunday ' w'hen her husband arose from a rocker near the bed where ffli** was lying and threatened t«» ! shoot he*’ unless she agreed to sign a deed to 290 acres of their ranch property. Finding no on * at home at the neighboring farm I house where she ^ri for aid Mrs. Winn returned to the botts© "to ! pack my things and go to my I mother’s ’* Wa** Mice Trunk I Her trunk was in ([ie room I where, sin* said, her husband jwas sitting on th© bed with hi* I gun at hand. Befur** entering itll* room for her trunk, sh-* I secured lier pistol from find* r I the mattress in her room, ©lie | stat**d. j \ft**r telling him that sh© was I coing to lier mother’s home | and saying. In reply to his J question regarding th** deed, “I I can’t get th** consent of my mind i to sign the deed,” 'irs. Winn j said her husband shouted, “I v ii! his gun. d,” Mr . OKLAHOMA CITY, LF* The execution Dumas, negro convict, sentenced to di*- Nov em be i is for attacking a white .Jii at Coalgate, was automatically stayed today when hi attorney'' appealed to Mb criminal court of appeals. Til** negro, a trusty at a prison cad camp, was captured shortly after tin attack. H* confessed and was taken before th** Coal county district court, where he pi- ad* d guilty. His attorneys ail*- * d lie was confused and did not underhand tho consequences of his plea. Tho district fudge, they charged, wa* act uat**d by prejudice in assessing the death penalty. shoot you,” and drew “At this instant I fir* I**™1" •    “*    •••"•*•    —    ”    j    Winn    said. I which destroyed Ills home.    j q*)lf. (*OHj county courtroom Sept.    2*.    j Hughe carried his* wife. who    j waB TiI1e*«l to capacity Monday o    Chaney    was uninjured, from th© '^i*1    | with s poet a t *>rs from Fontot**** in^ building and return***! to    Goat couBtie-. James ll. tempt to extinguish th** flames    , Mather# of Oklahoma Citv and H* wa- overcool© from sinok*    ji,pn F. Crawford of Ada. «!• and furies and was unable to escape. Firemen * xlln - ulslied tit** bla/** after the lnteri*»r of th** bon.** wa burned out arni reno «*(«"! iiu h* t»ody. Tie til*-. s»tid t*i bttv* started froai an ox« t i it n* d coal oil lamp did property damage amounting lo J2.**0n. Flames Destroy Cotton House of TIM (.IGI (.GEETER MLI Ii GB. Ii Wit th© highway audit bill was passed I by members of th#* Osa~* tri * and hi 1952 that the bond refunding measure law. highway 1**03111© Mrs. Hoover is pictured ojie-rating a sewing machine. A stitch in time saves nine vol©*. Sine** the first automobile was made bv Henry Ford. more than '* 7.boO.l’u0 have been manufactured. The puzzle is:    how do they ail manage to find the sam© str*et to park on? and Kaw beeue war have bc“n K. Vardaman, his Mississippi eol-Indian ti th* A bar- I* ague, and disrupted his state’s and Indian festival, with'!political harmony. Vardaman op~ dances ami ceremonials, posed njAr|8 °f Wilson’s war • measure* and Williams took an planned. MINNEAPOLIS*, S**pt. 28 Give th* little girl a great G uinan one* again. Th© crowd did. [tut the little girl only wailed. Sh© wa' the tiny daughter ‘if Mr. and Mrs, VV. G. Outlier Willmar. 1 T i© iii lens© attorneys, are experted to file petition for a rehearing tit Hi*' criminal court of appeal*. Oklahoma City. ♦ — - NOGGIN TO STI VII* Edit ItOOSEV l l T J    WASHINGTON,    Sept. 26    </F» ;    A nation-wide    speaking tour by Senator George W. Norris, I    Nebraska republican, In behalf I    of Governor Roosevelt’* pre*sid©n- !    tial candidacy, was sponsored to- _    1f    day bv the patiunai progressive Gin    at    Stonewall    hague |    It said ’in a    formal stat©- Ada fir** department    was    calili    ment the organization wan cre*- ito stonewall    late    .Saturday    after-    ated under Norris’ leadership to ^apport the democratic nomln* a “and the progressive [irincipi* for which he stands." < I*) noon t«> help battle tire which pm practically destroyed the cotton house of a gin ha id to b**long to F. S. Case and ah-ociates. j First r*-ports were that th**r*‘ wax much cotton in the building, although the amount was not known, and that in addition to OH destruction The vice president will address I active part in    the campaign    when the member? of    his own    trite*, I Fat Harrison    defeated Vardaman, the Haws, and    other? at    th©. Senator Williams was    made Pawhuska celebration, motoring flattering offers for lectures and to Muskogee to    sp* ak at    th©|stories when    he retired.    One state fair there in the aft*muon.    Continued on Fag© ft, No. 8 Minn. bt club hostess and her, vaudeville troupe w r© playing j in ti local theat©!* when uo;j th* fire was under control cam© to the stage from a dr#*-1returned to Ada. sing room that a child had b* ©n ;    _____ —f    — born to Mrs. Dottier, w h*> had I Greatest results tor th© a mo in! com# to s4** tic show.    Invested—Nows. Classified Ads. of the cotton hour*© lh© gin was damaged some. Tile Ada firemen re aye*! until and h \    KEA I# EST VI E MW GOMMITH si l( IDE LY GNS, Kans., Sept. 26- (Ab George Purdy. 65, retired Inreir-ane© and real estate dealer, shot and kill©*! himself early Imlay. His ©ld©r broth©r. Frank Purdy. killed hiin,H©lf by shooting April 4. 1931. Financial troubh-s war© given as* th* reason. George Purdy, was married iant August IO Mrs. Myrtle Groves of Tulsa, Okla., who survives bim. ;