Ada Weekly News, October 6, 1932

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October 06, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1932 NUMBER 28 IN BEBEE FIELD MOINES SPEECH SACCO-VANZETTI JUDGE BOMBED Charges Lack of Sincerity in Attitude Towards Loans To Farmers mr,iff act sn Declares Commerce Stran gled By Approval of Smoot-Hawley Bill Ligon A Todd Producer Believed Good for Several Hundred Barrels Li»;on and Todd's well in th* ; L* ta * field in se <*• se of 29-5*5 I on Hen Startitt's land, is reported to have r om** in Monday I iii. fit for an ‘ Miniat' d 35 barras an hour. It has ie‘ ii flowing ainee and it product ion i - estimated at ♦•on to I .OOO barrels a nay. It is I tt 2.?, 4 7, feet in ll otit on lime WASHINGTON. Ort, 7, Un Iii reply to I’r* *• id• ut Hoovers hiK a add * • ss, speaker Garner in a formal at ,irem* tit Tbda f said "if a** fudge the promises lie now maters in the light or thor** lo has mad and fail* d to fulfill <m ber his si nee fit/ or his ability to make good his tat*-.-J pledges is nor iou ly ojM*» to qws-tioti.” * * I * i * Id* of Hoover n .‘tat*orient to th** effect that Im Is using his good offi«‘<*s to prevail upon and has drilled in III the ha*. *• bi *| I to report a pipeline I parity of a 11 riot l*« i ii completely lf* A ti<»n meantime t*i«* boilers i»*ov«sf back, according and con met ions with arranged. Tankage <u-a'Mint 1,000 barrels is ady fiii d. .. on and Todd ar* said to i* already planned (iii offset I. t. I. Cl. another to the well, with other new lo«*a-M*t*d in th** immediate Says Country Saved Through | Adoption of His Program By Congress ISSAILS DEMOCRATS Asserts Party in House Had No Constructive Program For Relief IU NATH AN KOHER I SON ( \*mh lated    Stall    Writer) (>ii Hoard Presidential special. : Mn Route to Washington, Oct. .1* President Hoover made a campaign tour today out of his return Co Washington from D<*s Moille wher* last night ii** Mold a cheering audience Du “a feat national victory has been i achieved” in the “fir" against th** “economic storm” and sa* I _ i »v T SMITH IKE BIBS LIFE SENTENCE LOST WHEN FLDBD Both Pleased With Nomination Convicted of Holdup of Weber Of Lehman For Governor Of New York f amily in C arter County In August it if the democratic tile land mortgage and other financial to which the gov* loan***! hundreds of coni pa me* inst it ut ions nim fit had* millions not i to forerun e upon home farms la indicative of Ho si st enc v that has Iii* en Un Garner. “The measure far moi s prev* ut at that the a ii*l admi n ii chalaco frat iou,” a rn! incon-izcd sat*! president vetoed the that would have assured th** credit ie c ssary to foveelosuio. He >**H**rted time that It would make got eminent a pawnbroker* insist• *i that loans bi «*imty Commissioners Confer With Attorney General on Mandamus Action lit* Ie tend-\ f t ♦»r slates ; to SU fed millions of government credit Ie* I* ii I** til v i th th*- fa t iii-atid home ow rn TW whose rtKSgea the) hold. «*d only to select cli ext* lid mg tit*- loans h*1 that in* is now endeavor!!* induce those win* have ** th it el it. Two rn*rn Im* countv comtuis efts and Geor? * <1 int) * i t*irn* on, went t*i OI lahoma morning to confer with of th** h*iar»i of i*»n**rs' Oh es Rob-Collins, and the , Truman Htirri-Ctty this Attorney to Fanner* I oui b d to Lians I am not criticizing tIi* loans banks, Insurant** companies, laud mortgage companies aud ut in i f ^iancial or im/.it iou , but it lutist Im* Obvious t hat ext* ii toll of cr* hit to a select few fully con not brin; to t! is coy ut r> a Ilia MU)nm b* ii* t I I ult should a*' < ru<) from th* reb im* of this j. real vol ame of credit. “Th** Klim* tx and the horn* owners, who I*.iv** acceptable co! lateral, at" a much entitled to that cr »<!il a any corporation or company with equally accept -alii* collateral. rh* the**! \ that government credit should be ex* t * nil* 'I ' *» a % * * I few and t hat government should t hen    ti pp! i • de the beliefi**i.111«*x of this credit to I**- Itlli• tit with those whose mortgages they hold I cont ran to all precepts fit busi-ii* ss or coin Ilion sense. “President Hoover is again «i« flouncing w hat he term- d ‘pork barrel* legislation enact oil bv the democratic house, but Is taking credit to himself for all public construction now being initiated. “ll** st at* that th** democrat ic bill was for ‘non pr*wluctiv* and tinner* s sa ry works* tilt Iii* re was not a xii tJ**r Item iii that bill that had not bt *u ) emus til elided bv th** administration, “Ile |« cen tK boa St* al that po * In* cellist ruction wa being iaiti* | ai*‘ti mid* r the I * tin of the re-* roust rind iou imam* ciirptirat ion i act, but does not mention til** | fact t bai this provision of the! bill was included despite opposition <»f til** administration ami ad mill i st ration leaders. Illumes Tariff X* t “In the course of bls I>* ^ Mo-in* s sp ech President Houser said; 'the facts are dial the j I Hawley-Smoot i tariff act w as j not passed until nearly on** >* ar i alt'! the depression began,* I “Mr. Hoos cr approved th** II aw A s >moot t.irlt I act on June IT, 1 Abl, yet in tin- previous I March In* was still assuring .* nation that prosperity was just around tin* corner amt the til ll already in sight. The fact Is i hat the real depression found its inception from the moment Mr. Hoover affixed his signature to tin* Indefensible bill. Hard Ty had the ink dried on th** president's signature of approval before more than sa of our customer nations prepaid to strike back at Atli* rice In the comrsi' of a f< w months these nations, resentful over the 4® per cent jump in our tariff rat**. raised their tariff bars to shut out our 11 ade. “As a consequent*- \ met teal! commerce was strangled, t he wheels of industry were stopped, and world progress was get back. “Everyone, with the possible exception of President Hoover aud his advisors. I- aware now that the Haw ley-Smoot tariff has bankrupted the fanners by provoking other nations to match our Insurmountable tariff wa so that the fanner cannot s hts surplus crops abroad. * - * moral King on th* authority of • commissioners to set salaries deputies in county offices. ■ trip was tin* outgrowth of late Moi Hi ay ot two pelt* for writs of mandamus to Iii** commissioners t«* ap pro a ram was marked by “reckless disregard Of th* safety of thi* nation.” Th* chief executive, in a series of rear platform appearances through Indiana and Ohio today, r* ni***1 th** offensive in his campaign tor re-election which he a sullied last night when he to!<t th*- nation that the legislation piopos d bv democrats in the last session of congress, If ever ‘tincted. "will end hope of recovery.’* This program, the said, was approx* d by era tic patty when it Speaker darner for dent. Ai one* point in his speech, when tit* president was outlining what In* called the democratic "program ’ proposed in th** dining th* last session of A terrific blast, believed to have be* n another of the violent echoes of th*' celebrated Maceo and Vanzetti case* wrought the destruction that is pictured here. The Wore* St or, .Ma--., home of Judge Webster Thayer, who presided at I’m- trial of t ie anarchists, was almost completely wreck**d ic, what poi ic** declar* *1 was a powerful bomb. Judge Thayer, upper right, was shah* n by the explosion, and his wit* and a maid were slightly injured. ALBANY, N. Y., Oct. 5 V -Two hands clasped in floodlight lingered in the memory of demo-, crats today as they squared away for final tussles with republicans. ; They were the hands of Gov-• ernor 'Franklin D. Roosevelt and -Alfred E. Smith who called each 'other “Al” and “Prank” as they ] grinned over a common victory Both had fought for th {nation of Lieut. Governor ll* r-bert H. Lehman as governor. As opposition finally melted and success arrived, Ibex met on th** platform of th** democratic stale convention last night. ARDMORE. Ort. I 4.1* A district court jury today convicted Oscar Brandon, 27, of armed robbery and assessed a Mf** »et«-tence in connection with th** holdup of th* family of John Weber. Fort Worth, Texas, broker, \ co-defendant. Uteri Ellis, previously had rec* tv* d tie* death penalty. I Th*’ cas** went to Iii** Jurv late nom- Friday. Th** Webers a motor Hip near a rd more* daughter was bound iii a cemeterv. EUO and were held up last August Their I **-} cur kidnaped ami OH 2 ’N obi let I 'Brandon sr** re arrested short i> Ten thousand pairs of * yes j. watched them* It was th** first ISI SLISH UNDER FIRE    OVER LIST    TEI Effort Being Made to Force ^ otton, VI heat and Petrol Retention of Former Salary    Show    Greatest    Activity Schedule    In    Trade time they had met sin**** before the Chicago national convention, where Roosevelt won ami Smith lost the nomination for th*- presidency. Smith, arriving to plan* Lehman in nomination, went on the platform. Shaking hands with persons titer**, he approached tin* spot where Roosevelt was stand liter tim holdup. The date of the has lenin s**t for » Ellis execution December ft. gram to Assure f ederal Aid For State president ! I b«- de rn* -! nominated vice pre.-i- as ( th* of TI filtn; J ion.* fore* prove claims for i*-s on the bast: schedule instead low**r scale. Th** excise board, in setting up lh** county appropriation clad uh*. * i .I ab* iii de|*n 11 men-; errants were being tai ^alar> fund** amounts sn IT J Mr Hoover on hi* (I rom Turfed i - IMil> ) A ct iou of t lie count y < \ cis board in setting up in fbi county appropriation:    for    this yen! sal ary funds which luees.-dtat low ♦•ring th** salat' * schedule for deputies in county entices is now house flinder fir** following filing of n cong- i titions by two employ* - s*-**Uin - result of w hid) he, writs of mandamus to fore la* vetoed several measures,, tendon of tin* former sui.ha ress, said I)** vt?) oeu nexejii) iutaoui | .t un kwJc r of lh** audience yelled: schedule, “(live Vin hell.”    '    Petitions !*• - w ere I Bed Monda> • pteuiher solar-*»f th** former of th**    ii*'* w, ■ dent f**r depots*!*' salaries (it a reduction ol approximately 2b per cent. Th** petition* < * k pax rn* tit o’ September sa I ary claims ut th* saun- scale on which Ju 1\ anil Xtfgust w **t •• paid. MciiiIhts "t th** board ol con* tnt stoners Tuesda- afternoon I.r* part’d a r* solution approvii lh* action of lb* county < xri.v board in sitting up salary funds ;permitting the lowered scale h tor** si: it log th* resolution . id* (I to s* * k th** adv Ic* of ’stall s attome) general in til atter. Hearing on the petitions for wi'Rs os mandamus has been set by District Judge Or* I Busby for Monday, October lo. The petl-dons w«*)< signed by Allen Stan-fi«*ld, deputy sheriff, and Odus WH foil g. court clerk deputy. * Th** president halted hi address, smiling broadly for fully half a minute. Message*. ( ongratiilote White House aids said today th,*! scores of congratulatory lei* received by pedal train, Commending him for his Des Mom* addn s. One of bis we feta vies said “one telegram ’ was receive! within three quat ten* ot aft* moon by Allen Stanfi* I i. deputy shei iff, and ♦ bl un WU tong. deputy court clerk. Th* petitions all* ge I hat t Ii* salaries are fixed by law, that t Im* deputies bn \ * Ie en r eciv in salaries on lh** Sol mc basis, that it is the duty oi the '‘curd *»l county commission*! > to pass upon salary Claims such as ! a \ have submit led foi S«*ptem!***r on th** former hr si-, that th board but (le the ti)** LIFE SENTENCE A ROM DUE. aet 4. Oscar Brandon. SS* robber, will upend th** of bis natural life in penitentiary at McAl Mutually sentenced -( Spl. I -— conv let cd remailed* r the stat** -M I . He VV as t o *♦ •» v **a t s an bour aft*'r tile president i du d wet king. A now*! w Uich !Hied t lie 9,tim* -cat l»«s Moines coliseum interrupted Mr, Hoover marly I * * * * tllues will) app la UM* during th* hour and a ball of bus speech in which Ii*' said “we have won t ii- battle against economic folic* ( and enunciated 12 polices or proposals of aid to agriculture. I several times during his speech ’th* tiifet length exposition of his vi« v\ on campaign issu**H since Ids -pe«*cb of acceptance, th** pr* idem referred directly to ut at* ne ut- by bis democratic *»i »-j »*»ti * •»11. i,(tv. Roosevelt, and once depa tied from bi- tex! to say . Roosevelt s ebararitei izatxui ot |th*' llawley-dluoot tariff law as • ?he    bigbes! in the history oi til* world" was ni “true." Th* pr*'sid*‘iit ch©duled today s -tops at ter crowds limning as high as 12.000. according lo polo- estimates, we I co Hied hit!) amt Mrs.    Hoover into    their native stat* **: iowa, al various stations a kill    I lie way. In    De - Moines,    t lo* president ami t ie first lade    w»*r* welcom- 1 iii- jill session bas refused to p., [upon and allow iii*' dan though requested to *!*» o by ! a plaintiffs, and t hr t t lo ; - i u n couif homo ' in tic co* ut > in uiA to pay la I rn ll* at hog Next Hominy ; Th* petitions a u • UC * w rn" from th** district court, ami J lid re Oi ‘‘I Bn ic 1 s    Mon day, Octoln r I I, as the date for Sc a rill. on    tit*    petition*    askin** that t he    commo Sum i s Ii* quired to allow • Si si la t * dr. s rn for the mont Ii of '• pten. b r. A econ! In _ to J. W. D* Mi. a* tor Hey for th*' phi int i ti . * c* la* I * * r filed    claim - foi atm* int    <*! salary fixetl bv tai ut* . that th* county excise Igiard had appal ently ordered a    cut in    * ! sa i aries appro vim at el) J » P* ! c**nt. t bat t .*• boa d <•! ''Min n * siofiers hav e be* n liohiii ia allowance oE" salary claim . aid t hat t h*    p* titions a re int*    mb    a to force    t Ii * 'in to allow    t    • clat ms. The * sci se boa rd. it What ai today, can    recommend    a    alary schedule bu; th* county 'on mi stoners sd    the    satan* s,    * a■    pal WASHINGTON, Od. I. b T» Foreign purchases of cotton, w mat and petroleum, described as “ext race-dinarhi/ iarg**,“ today r ippcd im proc nient:    in A meri- ca'- I '*:;2 export trade cited in i figures of tie chamber of cornin * * Ce o! th< Dinted States, bs report t (uupared the first I six months of thi- year wit ii th** corresponding HRH period, and said: Ta cut y-f our piim*ipal exports ' oui ce 05 vv* re sbipp* *! abroad in Urger qmifilities in that period tunn in th- same half of last v« a r. - “Th*’ prices of many exports were Ic vv* in years, winch acetum!* «1 t*> a large extent for th** small total value of our exports ss J i ,077,nun, which was hi; per c* ut lower t hail last year and Wa ii I per cent below the aver-a c value of the fix * * y* ars l!t27-19 :1.    I)* pit** this heavy loss, i bt I iiitcd States still maintains b r rank as th* leading export 1 na I ion.” Th** hall <";ir rotten, wheat . n I p I rob a rn it (potent- WUU*** aid b\ * It*- *h i in bm to ba vc ** \ -,e**<i<d both I‘cir corresponding ‘fignr- and th* • bd1 on exports of 2,2b7,v< Pit a pc nu! - wore valued af - x I iii.7 2.000, which the chamber -aid was HMH p* ! cent larger than in I * *: *, I. Wlien t sli ipment s iota I* d :;7,l9 2.0tM» bushels it) th*’ i hanib**! s fig ui and were valued a *22.72*.OOO, or I I per c**n t moi'** I ba ii bist > ca r. ‘Vi ult petroleum export- set an all-time mark In the Jan U-atv June period of this year. th*’ chn in ber'- statement continued. “Oar t pm* in - abroad of crude p *( rob mu, ui ob- chiefly to (’in, ' Cloudburst Near Bakersfieldv California, Responsible for Flood. TRAIN WRECKED Most of Dead Beating Ride* on Freight; Engineer Missing. B VK FR-SFI KLD Cal . Oct. I j ■ V' V death list of possibly I forty or forty five persons was im!buttl'd in tm .mer reports Lit** today from the Tehachapi Bass region, scourged last night by a terrific cloud bur^t. Stat*’ high wax patrolmen reaching here af midafternoon from . Woodford re port »’d seven boil inn had been recovered from the • w reek ag** of a Southern Pacific j freight train which crashed through a weakened bridge. They -aid several bodies were visible in th*' water ami estimated tho 1 dead would number possibly “o. {mostly transient men and boys who hail “caught" rides on the freight. Previously, th** engineer of the train and ll residents of the Tehachapi region ha*! been reported dead. The locomotive of a Santa Fe train also plunged into lh** tor rent. A passenger train has j passed only three minutes hefoi "Hello,1* Fra^t*' *anU°* t li e« SS j Agree, to Federal Bureau Pro- handshake. j Tumult drowned their fqtiif*‘ I Petroleum remarks, but as r* ported by J Guernsey T. Cross, the gov**rno 'si secretary, the dialogue over the Judge .I F. Mc Keel, nuunbet 1 handclasp was:    of tin* Highway commission, re- t Roosevelt; "Al,    this    comes turned to Sits bom*' lime Friday, from the heart.”    j    bight and was in th- city Sa* ; Smith; “That goes for rn too. ’; unlay. During his speech, Smith re-    dud    McKecl explained    I tat ferred to Roosevelt by name    he ag teed    to the program "I    the one. Reviewing    his own    effort-    Federal    Bureau    of    Roads,    not as governor for    social    legisla-    because    the prog rant, was    iii** tion, he said;    hest hut because the federal d* I “And when I    left here on Jan-    purim* ut took    th*    at tit tide    of nary I, 1929. I    left with    a feel -! having    it- way    «u    federal    abl ing of satisfaction because we    would    b*    withheld from    th** handed that program to Rouse    state. volt and Lehman.”    ll**    said    the department    made I cl fie locomotive and six A few minutes later he **\-!its investigations without giving (which tell int*) Ho* torrent the torrent hit th* double trickled bridg** lit'U night Th** highway patrolman **-ti mated seven more bodies bad be«>n recovered during (holy hour and a half trip (tv Bakersfield. They said hoisting apparatus might lo* necessary before att th** bodies contd be taken from th** wreckage .of th** Southern Para rn Tile pressed confidence that th** democratic national ticket would be successful. “Th** democratic party,” h** said, “enters the field not shacked* d by any false pride, with nu apologies for pas! mistakes, but •with a platform and a program of progressive reform that will permit this nation to go forward, that will bring it to a better day, that will solve its economic problems, its problems ‘abroad, | (I tot th*' stat-’ commission an oppor-jbody of engineer tunlty to explain it position or not been found. th** reasons for preferring wot k j in one place to another. That th** federal department is playing politics. Judge McKee! is t thoroughly convinced, but there foot w*uil of was nothing else to do hut let j l'»* barba pl Bass, have its own * brie, l«i-i rn. tit any attempt to j btu st. coni promise j TI ii* ta veil I Ie \. II. R OSS had \ KI RSFI ELD, Tai, net I. Leaving even known dead at least 20 missing, a forty wui1 * *r roared I hrou-. h th*! department way, inasmuch as gel any kind ‘if I would only Pax prog rn in, Judge McK**« to mil** after a i rom cloud a and    lift    from    hunlMss    the    par-, h|(|    ,.xpja|,ls th.n absis that is raiiHins Mien.uh., I , ,    |lrir,.p    r„r mont.    and    that    can    lo    wa«i|ojan<| .r<ll|j,( wl||rh hlH intent ba been able to obtain thin I year* th** more than four million id dial - of fedora! ant will (approximately 25 per cent mor * 'than it would have done u.itl**r I the former scale of bidding < prices. lisped by a democratic victory, by lh** election of th*’ democratic candidates in the corning election.” Roosevelt, addressing the con five year averages, j y^Hon. prats* d Lehman and * ~;said t hat under Smith’s governorship “this stat** was put on th** torrent -truck a South* rn Pacific railroad lr* tie it VVoo*l ford. Jo miles soul ti of Bakersfield. Purim n locomotive and seven freight tars into a canyon amt killing the tin a I near, A H. Ross, of Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. peter Ladd and do (th* it* two children perished when i th** water wall Inn* line -* r* b*4> ?ration carried it away. It several ot tiers w**r»* k tlieir paso I her** and wii    belt* v * d in the -ta ad.t M|((f this (■ v r I Im I* and Ja in. barr* Is * • record v*>l I ded last y< cent.” totaled 14.17-*,-. Tb** vain of me, $ I y.Ha.'.Outt ,,r s total bv 2^ im prison nom t at Int rd labor by Joint ll Ogden, dl.-trict judge, and bis attorney announced that motion for new trial and noli** of appeal would lie withdrawn. Thi- means that there will he no flirt her effort on th** part of th** defense to avoid the judgment. Brandon was found guilty .* district court Jury last week on a cliarg* that he held up John E Weber family of Worth, Texas. Ti)** jury his punishment at 99 pfi-oii, At tlo* tim* noun*** *1 that taken hut John I#. Hodge, at torii* v for the defendant, stated in Tuesday morning that re I * of the Pontotoc county ten-fauiier would make no ut* effort to forestall enforce* it by or t he Fort fixed years in was an oil bv a confetti, ticker tape,    . I rn. iii. crowd of thoUNMMl (lull P'**.v"<» !l> Vv - '-is.    I,.., I Im i„„,I till- Strolls for a Bine mite that of    “I*    1    " parade. Vfter dining with Gov. and Mrs Dan Turner and speaking at th** coliseum, th** presidential couple made several more appearances before overflow 1 crowds and then hurried to their, I hers, has set up sn la* y funds a! * of lh** lait* r ap- lowing for reduc- <1 salaries for -blent voiced ’this year, although the satan* * the reception Were paid d«iputl**s on tut for mer frtun every,basis for two months of (hi- Is '* had given cal year while valumition- «* *1 “local, hard anticipated income for county I ne propria i ions a .-•) la ry fund ,’*> each department and uE» «iivi ion < *>tnnii-fei**nei s Xppiov** ( ut Tile excise board, of w urb R. \V. Simpson is cb.uni *»    .    nu John Hall and Z* » McKov in* us FRiCTiDN DttfELOPS ii map among all si,it«*s. as th** cri- ; tenor of successful state government." “I look forward.” he continued , “to January I. 1922, when I turn orb the r* ins o! th** state I government to splendid Hr lit I hand of mine. Herbert H. L**h-, DRJ \HOM A j. In a treatise “Yes. w*‘ can say ’happy dft. * ; D Humphrey, are here again.' Arid with **«|ua !tho t,,N romni,s sincerity I look forward to th**; ^    is    amp! fourth of March Wien    I go    down) Hie    statement that th** national to Washington and find    there    v:ov*    mutt ut. by -arr* tide to Do the stalwart form of    Bob    Wag-    federal reserve hoard and to it. bankers,” is largely respon for the national distress. a letter to J. T. Sanders shot of agricultural eronofu CITY. Oct. r. on economics, v ice-chairniat) don, today ass author!! v ♦ .Ii W. of •rifer tion at De time aud also were [swept into th** I haul j Iii addition !«» Dies** fatutili* ** • I he butties of IWO unidentified I I persons had been recovered t * * day. Tb«* I lain carried an und« t* ria hod number of itinerants aiel I aul borities beloved ma ny had I been -w» i*t away and buried un der I ie T t rn v til** ii* bn* tori **rit. fharhapi I' el* d rout** Met. 5. Ti the national nor.”    I    great He referred to Knifed States slid** Senator Robert F. Wagner of' In New York who was renominated, prof* First there cam* from lintel i conferences report- that the alliance of Tammany Hail m**n and j mad* in recent times ha- shown upstate leaders, opposing Do* [the bm bank***- to be unix a fair J Lehman nomination, was holding t weather wizard, a blustery pipit fast. Then John H. McCooey, ’ while the craft sails with Do cur ’ Brooklyn leader, was said lo hav# rent and w ind. hut wise only fi MIU tail jav Id iud I I 0)11 and iii Do Wuk of is is **n • much be Twee n fbi kit Sun Bernardino bd ti th* T* i ui (ha pi ii..o.o* tltencf across th** Mo le- at Oklahoma A. amt M. «**d leg**, Humphrey declared “history desert. Where th** railroad (fit *iti. ti it, the 4 anvon and deep. One report sold then t rain. During one pea ranees, lh** pre his appreciation of and said “escorts citv along Do* route * vol* nee they wen* an appeal would be, working republicans.*' v - re dug *L -riu- fourt ativ* ant th**r meat of the P* natty. a PICKETING CHEE \ \ (dee from th** aud ic nee m-t rrupted to add “anil democrats, too." Replying in a voice that was drowned by the noice. the j.* sit wa I.* a rd to sav that “all an welcome. In his speech before a which included most of hading republicans, th* dent -.lid that republican “are winning out.” "lf throng Iowa s presi-pollries w" con- McAl.ESTER. Del. 5 Xwenty-lwo miners, arrested «*n charg4 s of illegal picketing al the Utile Rolen mine in North Mc- basis of safety \h-ur were ordered held under riculture I in u- lo Eight ailing these Bn*" w.* shall win,’’ he added. I »fe«- Twelve I’mitwab Heading the president s Bsf 12 policies and proposals the proposition OI was that “the very to American ag- government in eft. The !»oard of commissioners. Murphy and George Collins, i Snafu moon was .mga- *1 in drawing up resolutions approving the action of the cxcis* board in ‘sitting aside salary appr'.pri.i-tions allowing for low*:' for deputies, thus. sn * ff proving the low * red schedule. Explanation of tis• r< in salaries w.^ ai*, s; *.,> * • mis stone rs as the 2" per reduction in r al estate and i»ub-Itc service valuations ordered for the entire state, resulting in alarms ct, ap- alary I ta*? Ion e conicein Bontotoc county n loss Ot more is the prot*ctive tariff jtbnn $3,909,000 in assessed val ./ *-toe bond MCU for Ow BM* terra IMI farm product," Tho rcpui>-lUatloB* and consequent lowers ‘Iiof county court al arrai-nmont to-jitran party, he added, “will main-|0f estimated torom, t.. h. EN I ONTO WN, A stormy session convention of th i lo nary force “It*-,ne ’ thin aft*moon on th* j At \* ge af col lapse.    !    the I*,t ? ti.i in*®:., t y que ti Olin. bitter t there dehat** ov**r rub s and credentials J from kept tie ms don in constant con- { Cur* fusion and brought a climax vvii.ii Geor * Anthony, of Chica- J He and up-* tat ors, headed by go, lh*’ t* mporary chairman, de- j Edward F. O’Connell, Albany mand'd that fie h* relieved from , leader, were for Mayor John the chair.    i    Boyd Thaoher of Albany. Roo**- Th** national field comuiand**r. | veil was reported to have adv i-* •_* Hoke smith, who was authoriz* d L* hman “not to give around." bv Commander Walter W. Wat-    Powerful    Brooklyn groups bad ors to call the convention shout-; announced thor preferancc for i i to !h" convention that if any| Lehman. smith argued with one is forced to step down, he j Curry against opposition to th** himself v.sB S H S po od the conven- * lieutenant, governor. Finally on** tion an i call another “behind f locked doors.” Mention in the report of Wat-. • . r* -* b ct bm yesterday brought | a protest from several delegations who complained the * «*( lion was not scheduled foi yesterday and that thev had been absent and ,r. nu, ave. the prHikse |    { sugg**sted several .shifts Including .the Belection of Wagner for gov* bonus ex ped!- {ernor and Lehman for Die scold j darned for ] ate. the huge armory nihil foi final convention session, still was no the hotel where John F. , Tammany chief, buttled against the Lehman selection. He and up-staters, beaded Dx in situ ) his own conceit when ! ation is reversed.” * Humphrey quoted economists’ 5 ami statesmen to the effect com-1 ! modify prices are low ere*! through ! credit restrictions imposed '*'• th** d. finlt.' wont p.ank«-r«. f ruin r aduiinl,tr»tton of the federal reserve aft by Brest-j pm rn dent Hoover “can solve th* farm problem within 2 4 hours.” ii concluded. j about r.n it in* nulls sand that probably moie drow*lied. The floods tor** i ' of S*»ut b* ? ll Ro if I* , canx<m, disruptln. { bet w * n B<*k«r»fi**l I south. Tons of debi tm a Bn** go* >• is narrow w**f* th*- * rain dozen or out gflO fe**t * track lit the train Her* ire d and points tx cov**r* *1 th** highway in places and large wa outs blocked travel at van** m COLLECTIONS REUNION OF U. C. V. ; DROP IN SEPTEMBEH OPENS BT HIESTER of Curry*! own di triot loaders, Edward J. Ahi arn, was reported to have declared he would not go along in lh# opposition to the New York banker. Curry yielded and a cd by Lehman was without a roll call. MCALESTER, Okla. Ort. LF Aging wearers of the gathered here today once to give their beloved rebel OK LA H OM \ CITY. Get. I    T> Gains were reported in collection of inheritance and income |    faxes by the Oklahoma tax    coin- gray j rn is Mon for September as    com mo re ‘ pared with August and July, but yells ( payments of other taxes were memories of stat** cor vent Un j slat** head-nominated o voting. 'I XBI \ ON PHOK VITON LINCOLN. Neb., ort. 5. ‘Dj Vie* President Charles W. Cur-; tin today told ae w spa permed the ; farmer is just like other people .    operatives - loyal, patriotic and faithful to Die government—and “Is not belier.” “The farmers talk prices,” he said. “and want better price* but their altitude is fair and unbiased We will carry the country just as we did in 192®.” will main-j0f d*x be'ore Judge R. W. Hegins, tain the protective tariff on farm among the departments Meanwhile, union miners sn the’ products and ex**u widen that on county governm mt. oval ;rike ar* a threatened th** ta: *.:f art her where necessary t** "largest de rn omit ration” yet it1 protect agriculure.    i th* mine, despite warnings from * Among the president s propos-, (livid* to UTT XL* FROM    !    — — HISH XRMKNT KEIN HIT I    AMARILLO, T* \ . Ort 5-    P> ca rv    OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. %—*.P»;    —Th** Dixon Creek Oil and    R» - i—-An appeal from disbarment fining Co., with considerable hold-f _    r* con * ♦ ?:dafioi(fe of the sfat** bar ln-*s in th** Gray county field, hits V IQS \ NG ELES    Oct.    i.V    board of governors was filed with gone to federal court with a plea vice pi*    sd* nDal nominee,    will t*e Will Rogers th*-    huu)or*>    ac*.*r,    the supreme court todav by Whjthat proration regulation!! in the; unable    50 speak state chairman and call back The annual of the Baited Confederate vet *rans will last through Friday. Meeting wflh them ar** th** sons of confederate veterans and Die United Daughters of Confederacy. General Richard A. Sneed, secretary of state, and former national commander of the confederate vet* ran®, will be a speaker. a- - OKLAHOMA CITY, <)*».    5. j*. ;n Garner, the democratic GI. j about t he same. The commission received $D*9,- farm mark- morn in Rogers. kng* for als were: Governor's Prosecutor James; j Revision of the Springer told the men arrestedj^nng act “in the interest of Die America. th* y could hale be* n charged with,. " hl the }|Kbt of our titres gone thr -    -    *    *      1    -    -•    re-    He    will    fly    lo    Brownsville,    T* •in    in the light a felony instead of* a mind* rn* anor < v< ;irs «.\ueri**nce” including that proration regulations in left la*fe Angeles bv airplane Dm N. Maben. Tulsa attorney and panhandle are “discriminatory, a visit to Jfeouth former Pottawatomb* county of-j arbitrary and void.’ and Eias ask-sald he would b** ficial. Th** governor* alleged Ma-:ed that the Texas railroad corned on a vacation.! ben filed a forged appeal bond mission he enjoined from *nforr-jWa8 md bv which resulted in the release from ing its orders against th** comp- j^j R,.no, **arly He € WB advf-4-d sj*eaker* and indicated would be filed Refusing to men went back tea felony char in the' future.    i furnish bail, thej lo jail.    4 peal of the stabilization provts-«Continued on rage 5, No. 2) where he will take til” scheduled air line plan* nos Aires. ;as. reg alar to B me in DR lahoma, R. M. McCool wa* todsy by the national bureau.    It previously d hi* might speak at in November. state s prison of Bill Armstrong, any ** we|L who had teen sentenced to 25 Hearing on the petition will b* years for robbery in Pottaw atomie j before Judge James C. Wilson I October. 14. Greatest returns for the amount iuveshted — New** Calbsified Ada. * county. 9k ; in income taxes* as against $5*h998 in Angust and $17,549 in July under the n w law. Inheritance taxes totaled $78,122 for September as compared with $5,952 in August and $11,004 in .Inly. Other major collections w*r**: $801,297 in gasoline taxes, a gain of $27,bb'» over August; $4 ? s.275 in gross production taxes, a drop of $17.dun compared with August hilt an lierooae of $18,000 over Jill/. Total collections reached $1,718,892.92 at against $1,828,909 in August and $1,558,592 in July. _— a - ■ - — A robot that was being exhibited the other day fired a gun In the general direction of Ila inventor. Just another temperamental axtor. ;