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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1932 NUMBER 28 Lack of Sincerity in Attitude Towards Loans To Farmers TAP.IFFlGfSCORED Declares Commerce Stri By Approval of Smoot- Hawlcy Bill WASIIINiJTON. Ocl. -Ml In reply to Pri-idil'iil llnove-'ti Iowa address, speaker Carm-r In, u formal statement Today said I' "If wi; Judgit the promlsex he a IN M PEG Toclcl Producer Be-1 licvecl Good for Several Hundred Barrels SACCO-VANZETTI JUDGE BOMBED Llgon and Tndd's well in tho I'.ebei; field III si- d; HI; of ion lien Stan Ill's land. Is report- ed to have conn- III Mondav jSays Country Saved Through Adoption of His Program By Congress for an I reU an hour. estimated I In 1.000 and lias nnl drilled In. Ill the IIHMIllim barrels a day. I III Iltllilni been rninplotely Dn Asserts Party in House Had No Constructive Program For Relief now makes In Dn- light of Dion hi; has mail-- and failed to fulfill either hlx sincerity or blx abll-; liy In make KIIOI! hlx latest havi pledges Ix HiTloualy open to Don." "President Hoover's iitalentcnt III Die effect Dial lie Is using bis good offices In prevail upon the land mortgage companies and oilier financial lo which the government ha.ij loaned hundreds of millions not i In foreclose upon homes and fiirms IH Indicative of the Incnn-j that ban I bin entire xald Darner. "The pre-ddent vetoed Die measure that would have assured farmeiM Dn; credit in-i-.xmiry lo prevent foreclosure. He asxerled at thai Dun- Dial It would make Die government a pawnbroker, and Insist'd that loans be extend- ed only Hi Heb-rt clientele. After extending Dn; Inaini he staled that In- Is now endeavoring to Induce those who have iiei.-ured tin- of government cred- II to In; lenient wllh Dn; farm- ers and home owners whose mortgages Diey hold. Funnels Knlllhil In Loans "I am mil Dn; loami In banks. Insurance land iniirlgage cninjiaiiles and other but It mu.-it be nlnliniH that cU'-lii'lon nf n dll In a in-led few only I not In Ing to this country aj maximum hem-til Dial should run from the release of Dili' great of crcdll. I "Tin- lai until and the home owners, who have col- lateral, an- as much entitled in that credit any corporation or company with equally accept- able collateral. The theory Dial lit credit should In; tended In a few and thnl j imminent should Dn-n oiippll rale tin- benefli-larles nf Ihls credit In be bill-ill wllh Him-" whose tliey hold Is contrary In all precepts of bnsl- nec.-i or cnimnnii sense. "rresidenl Hoover Is de- nouncing what he lernnd 'pork barrel' ieglslatlon enacted by the democratic house, but Is taking credit lo himself for all public emi-ttriicllnn now belnu Initialed. "He statin that Die ilenincratic bill fnr 'nun productive mid unnecessary works' bill there was not a major Item In that bill Dial bad not been lecommended bv the administration. "lie n-celilly bo.isted II lie cons, rm lion wa-. helm; initi- aled under Die term, ol Dn- le- eoiicti iirllon cm porallon act. but dnei not nn-iiDnii Die fart that this provision of Die bill wax Included despite oppo- sition of the adiiilnlstiatlnn and administration leaders. Tariff Act lioib-t -s been nioM-d back, reports, and cnmiecllons wllh ilpellin- auangeil. Tankage ca- pacity of about I.IMIO barrels liy NATHAN KOHKItTSON I'lr.. Still Willrtl On Hoard I'reslilentlal Special, Koiile lo Oct. U'i --I'ri'slilent Hoover mad already filled. Li: on and Todd n ri 1-Ma campaign tour today out of I j hlx return to Washington from1 LIFE Both Pleased With Nomination j Convicted of Holdup of Wcbcr Of Lehman For Governor Of New York Fninily in Carter County In August lire.nly planned I. T. I. O well, will, an Until had fought for the mini Illation of Lieut. Covernnr HIT-, bert H. Lehman as governor. AS.J., opposition finally melted and cess arrived, they met on platform of Die democratic stale A terrific blast, belb-ved to have I.....n another of the violent echoesi of of eves ,the relebrated Saceo and Vanzettl case, wrought tin- destruction that iml lies Mollies where last night he j pictured here. The Mass.. Inline nf Judge Vtrli.il lln m. a cheering midience MM. who presided at ALHANY. N. V.. Oc-t. Ocl. I Two hatida clasped In floodlight; district court Jury loday convlc- lingered In the memory of demo-jli'd Oscar llrandoii. 27. of armed crals today as they squared rnhbery and assessed u life seii- away for final tussles with re-j letn-e In connection wllh the publicans. holdup of the family of John They were the hands of fiov- Weber. Fort Worth. Texan. IT nor 'Franklin U. lloosevell ami [broker. A co-defeinlant. Albert wMfrcd K. Smith who called each Kills, previously had leceived the other "Al" and "Frank" ax they penally, grinned over a common victory, j ,-ase went lo Die jury late were held up on last August 'JS, Their is-yi-ur old kidnaped and b'D -nielery. Kills and (irrested shortly another tn naDnnal victory other new loca-I achieved" In Dn iimn has been Will" ugalnsl County Commissioners Confer Attorney General on Miinuamuii Action (hi? "economic storm" and I the democratic. prom-am wax marked by "reckless disregard ol the safety of the nation." The chief o.M-cuDvc. In a series I of rear platform appearances Indiana and Ohio today, ri-siiieil Die offensive In his cam- paign for which h" usKtiined lasl night when In- tin- nation that th, orcester. Mass., home nf Judm1 Die trial nf Die anarchists, was almost com- pletely Wrecked by what police d.-dared was a powerful bomb. Judge, Thayer, upper rUht. was by thu explosion, and his wife and a maid were slightly Injured. pi ...I by democrats In Die cry." I This program, the was approved by party when it Darner for president tin- nnmlnatcd vice pre.-i- i I 1 11 III II li I 111 S I Effort to Force jCnlton. Wheat nnd Petroleum; remarkx but as Retention of Former Salary Schedule Shmv Greatest Activity In Trade It time they had met since heforn the Chicago national convention, where won and Smith Inst the nomination for Die pres- idency. Smith, arriving lo place Leh- man In nomination, went on tin- platform. Shaking hands with persons there, he approached the spol where Uoosevelt was stand- Ing. It -was "Hello, Al" and "Hello, Frank" and then the handshake. Tumult drowned their fulur'1 >d by over Die wax a c wen alter tin- holdup. The dale of DK has been set I ill- Kills execution Dei-ember il. Cloudburst Near Bakersfield, California, Responsible for Flood. TRAIN WRECKED Most of Dead Beating on Freight; Enuinccr Two members of Die board ol comity commissioners' dies erls and Collins, and county Itoniey. Truman Urn rl-ldent. son, went In Oklahoma City IhlM At one point In his speech, morning lo confer with Allnrin-y j when tin- president was outlining (iein-ral King on Die authority ofjwhat he called the ib-mocri-.tlf the roinmlssloniTK lo m-t proposed III the house, of deputies in county offices. tin- last session of DMons The trip was Die outgrowth nt ress. as result of which he.......- filing late Monday of Iw-o pell-ixiild he vetoed several measures, lloiid for writs nf mandamus In ;l nn luber of Die audience yelled: I force tin- In 'em hell." lu-iive claims lor September sular-: Tin- president halted hlx ad- lex on tin- h.isls nf ;he fm tm-r smiling broadly for fully rrln-dule Instead of tin- new. 'a minute, lower si-ale. j I'iiligralllUile The excise board. Ill set i While House aids said today up Die roiioly appinpri.itlini scores of (ongralulatory schedule. In di-iuu linen- ,.trains were helm: received by his special train. I In departmen- tal Hiihiry funds amnunti sulfl- elenl for deputies' salaries nt a reduction ol approximately 'jo per cent. The petitions seek payiiK-nl o! Sepleiiiber salary claims nt same nr.al.....i which July and All-list were paid. of Die hoard of com- ml iidoners Tuesday nltei noon prepared a resolution approving Die action of the county e.xcl.v board In selling up salary funds the lowered scale, but i in-fore sU-lllllg 'he resolution ihled to iicek tin- advice of 'Male's attorney general In mallei. 11 earl on the pellllons writ-; of has been by Dl-lrlct Judge Ofl llu.-by lor Monday, Oclober TTic pril- linns wen- cloned by Allen Slan-. 'field, deputy sln-rllf. and Odux. :Wllfnng. court clerk depuly. I Mr. Hoover on his sp commending him for bis DCS Mollies address, line of Ills seen-, larles said "one telegram" wnii Ihlie quarters ol an hour after the. president fin- ished A crowd which filled the li.timi seat lies Mnlncs coliseum Interrupted Mr. Hoover marly 1 mi limes with applause during .the hour and a half nf his speech In which In- said "we have won j this battle" against economic tor- ci-ri and enunciated Ii polices or "'''-proposals nf aid lo agrlrullnre. Si (lines iliniim- his speech jibe first length exposllion of bis on campaign Isxuex since his (.perch nf accrp'aiice. (In- .....I president referred directly In Islalenn nls by his democratic op- 'lii'in-nl. ilnv. Iloosevell. and once di-parled from his text to s.iy Konsevelfx ehiiractei nt (the llawley-Smonl tariff law as hluhest III the history o! 'the world" (I ruin 'tiirml Action of the county hoard in M-llinu up in Dn apprnprlatlom; for T'ls year sal- ary fund-i which necesslial-- low- ering Die salaiy scln-dub- for deputies 111 nillrcs In now under fire following filing of two emplove-i writs of mandamus lo force i-- tentlon of tin- Idnner salary schedule. I'elllions were I'lleil Monday afternoon by Allen Slanflelil. deputy sheriff, and Oilus Wil- di-imly court cb-rlc. petitions iillege Dial Die salaries are fixed by law. Dial Die deputies have le-en rrceiviir: salaries on the former basis. Dial I! Is Die duty id Die hoard nt comity roiiinilsxloners to pas.-, upon salary claims such as I h'-> have submitted for September on j CueriiHey T. Cross, th secretary, the dlulogu handcliiHp was: _______ l Itnosevelt: "Al, this WA.-'-IIINHTON, Od. 1. from Die heart." irelun purrhao-x of Smith: "That for ni" too." mid petroleum, dcucrlhed! During hlx Smith re-1 coinex lo Federal Bureau Pro- gram to Assuic Federal Aid For Stale .Imlge J. McKeel, member of Die highway commission, re- turned lo his home ben- Friday night mid was In the city Sat- urday. Mi-Keel explained that today j 1 to Uoosevelt by name'lie agreed to Die program of lievlewlng his own effort j Federal llureaii of lioads. ax governor for social leglsla- I.....a use the program., was federal attitude federal I rum Die not Du- de- of aid the improvements 111 Ameri- ca's export trade riled In fiunres of Die chamber of com-': Don. he said: h.-M but because tin of tin n.ited States. j "And when Ilefl here on Jan- parlinent took the Us rmnparcd the Una'nary 1. I left with a feel- having Its way or sK months of this year williilng of sallsfarllon because we! would he withheld DM- ciirri--nnndlii- 1 -I" 1 nerloil handed that program to House-, Male. 'ivi-lt and Lehman." I He said the department made Twent-Mom- miiicipiil exporlx A few minutes later he Inveslluallonx wilhoul giving ;r srir: z Die ,.....s..... for preferr.ng work ..r iii-iiv "enters the field not shark- I'w whd wlt" In ye.lls C- bill rounled to a large extent for Hi" total of our i .SN t ivas per low.-I- than lasl -yar ill the former Dial lie- hoanl III session lia.s n-fiiseil to upon and allow Die ebiiin-i. Ihoilgll In do so by the plaintiffs, and lln r-- i- sulfi- cienl money ill tin- ciinnly In pa 11.....tal in 1. lie I'nilei 1.1II I, as mil "true fluULlIb....................... i irr nrilTrmnri president scheduled loda> x FP 11S LUL ULIl I 11S according to po- _______ estimates, welroiin-d him and AIIDMOUK. Oct. j.Mrs. Homer Into their nallM- Oscar I'.randon, US. convicted !Hi.ite of Iowa, at various stations i-iiblicr will xpend Die Die way. of bis natural life In Die slate! Moines. Ib- pieslili-nl peiiltenllarv at McAlester. lie tile first lady were welcom- "cni urn Illumes i In Die course of his Mo-1 to a confi-ril. ticker lues sp-ech President HIIOMT at Intior ti.vjiiirow'lng crowd of Ihousands lln.t John 11. Ogden. dl-trlcl judge. ,in- streets lor a nine mile and his motion Drilling .Next .Moinln.i The pi-tllinn-i ask Mich from tin- di-lrlcl court. .Indue Orel liii'by IK-.S day, October as Die dal hearing on the a Dial the be r- iliiircd In allow Die for Die month of Septen.her. According In .1. I at- liu-nev lor Die Ill" ;ler fib-d claims for amount ot 'salary fixed bv Dial lln- 'county excise board had appar-, ently ordered cut In utii--.' s.il.irle.i approMiuately j', per In-ill, Dial the board "T ''oimiii-l 'siii'iers have been bidding un I allmvaiice of salary claims, ami Iliat the pitilions an- iiii'tnbdl !to force lln-m in allow the cl.ilms. The i xcise board, il what (-ahl 'today, can ti-ciim.iiend a but the enmity rnimiil ,___......... reform Dial will ,iernitl thlx natlnii lo go forward, will bring II In a belter r rent below Die aver-1 m the DM- years llx prnhleimO-abrnad. pile Ibis heavy ,m the par- still in.ilutaln.i causing mieniploy- (ix Hie leading export ,-an In- arconip- llshed by a democratic victory, by Die elecllon of Die democratic cainlldates In D.....onilng elect- ion." Uoosevelt, addressing the con- vention, pralsul Lehman and itald that under Smith's governor- valin-d "Dilx slate was put on Dn; tin- chamber! map among all stales, ax Die crl- nine pi r cent larger j terlor of xjiccessfiil stale gnvern- -Illian in lliill. When! shlpiuenld i ineiit." :''lnlali-d :1 T. I Hi'.mm bushels In look forward." he conllnued 'chamber's I'l-.-iirs, and wc-re January 1. when I 'jlilllnn." Tin- half-year cotton. wheat 'and p-triileiiei were i -aid bv Die cliaiiibi'r t-i have ex- hull: corresponding 'fimr.- :in-l the llvi-yenr averages, i I'oltnii exports of H.IMIT.X" I.- min pounds were for 1 i r, which kin-, wa Cal.. Oct. 1-- (.T) A death list of possibly forty or forty-five persons was Indicated In meager reports lato today from tin- Tehnrhapl I'asM region, scourged last night by a terrific cloud burst. Stale highway patrolmen reach- ing here .at mltltiflernoon fnim WoKilford reported seven bodied had been recovered from Iho wrerkago of a Southern 1'arlflc freight train' which crashed through a weakened bridge. They said several bodies were In the water and estimated Iho dead would number Ho. mostly transient men and boy-4 who iuid "caught" rides on Iho freight. Previously. Die engineer of the train and 11 of the I Tehacliapt region had been ported dead. The locomotive of a Santa Fe train also plunged Into thu Inr- renl. A passenger train hax passed only three minutes beforn Die torrent hit Die douhle-track- ed bridge last night. The highway patrolman esll- mated seven more hodlrV had been recovered during their hour and a half trip to llakersfleld. They said hoisting apparatus might be necessary all III" bodies could be taken from Dm wreckage-of the Southern Pa- cific locomotive and six cars which fell Into Die torrent. Tllo body of engineer A. II. liosi! had not been found. place lo miollier. the federal depart men! Ix Mi-Keel ix IIAKKIiSKIKt.D. Oil.. Oct. I. l.l'i I.eavlni; seven known playing polities, .ludu thoroughly convinced, lull tin-re wax nothing else lo do but let Dm department have Its own way. Inasmuch as any iitlempt lo gel any kind nf a compromise would only have delayed the program. Judge McKeel explains 'h.il with tin- lower prices for p.'vlm; and grading which his depart- ment has In en abb- In ohlaln Ihi., tin- than four million! nr federal aid will do 11 heir two dead nnd at least 20 missing, a forty fool wall of water roared through Ti-hachapl Pass, in mtlcH from In-te. last night after a cloud- Inirsl. Tin- loin-ill si ruck "a Southern Pacific railroad I resile at Wnnd- luicl. in miles i-omb nl Makers- field, hurling u locmnnllve mid freight cars Into a conyon and klllltn-. Die miclneer. A. II. L'OXII, nf llakerofb-ld. Mr. and Mrs. peter Kadd and approximately per .....it mor- than II would have done nailer the former scale- of bidding prices. ai 'J L' or e.'iil more than last year. "Crude petroleum exports set nn all-time marl. In the Janu- ary-June period of this year." the chamber'- statement continued. "Our abroad of crude p'-lri'b-iiiM. m nb- clili-fly to Car.- and Japan, totaled 1 1.17-1.- barn Is Tin- vain; ol -sloner I that acl one said: 'Die facln are i Hawley-Siinmt tariff mil par.sed mill, neaily after Die heta "Mr. limner apprmed llawl- y-Snionl tariff acl nn Di wan >e.ir 111" Jinn salarb s. the pal I d IM-- anununced ll.al Atler dining with lw. tor m-w trial and Turner and speak- 'I'parim lln ayed by Die g Ilia! of -el of appeal would h means Dial el fort withdrawn. m there will he Die part of week tin family his The Jury fixed at years lime It was I 11 V ,11 I'll i i nn an-! evidence they were "loya i working republicans." :in j mie 17. yet In On- March be was Mill assuring n was found uullty Dial Just on nn, rr Dn that the real depression (mind Its ini-i-pllnn from Die moment Mr. (Worth. I' lloov-r affixed hlx sUnature Die ink dried on'nounced Die presldenl'x slgnaliin; of ;ip-'InUeii but J proval before mere than III ofjiiey for the our cu-ttmner nations iTi-pared Tuesd iilrlke bark at AimTlca. In Dn; ullves nf the course of a few months f.inner imtlnnx. ri-M-nlfill over the peritln-r effort cent Jump In cur tariff r.-ile.imenl of ll" raised their tariff bars to shut out our trade. "As a conseiiuenre Am cominerrii was Mraiigled. tho, of Industry wen- stopped, i and world progress was hark, j "Kveryone. wllh Dm possible Dn- coliseum. Dn- presl-i ial couple made several more, In-fore overflow and then hurried In their AppiuM- Col -The board, of which II. W. Simpson Is ebainnan and John Hall and MeKov on ,u- ibcrx. has set up saln'-y funds al- tin- latter tor reduced salaries year, allhnugh tin- salaiie, of the paid deputies on sVld "e-rorts from everyilmslx for two months of this fi.- the route" had given leal year while valinii'.ll.ms hannantlclpal.d Income for 'county .publicans." ;governn.ent wen; being determ- uiiuiii-, i vmre from the audience In-jlned. d-fenlant. staled In', odd "and d.-umcrals.i board of nornlng that Urplylng In a voice and nl ins t, vas drown.-d by Dn- tndce. the (afternoon was d In dr. p'-.ldmt wax heard K. r-so ulinn, apprm I ._, tl forestall "f liirn over the reins of the government In Dial splendid right hand of mine, Herbert II. Leh- man. "Yes. we ran say 'happy are here again.' And will) eijua'. Miirerlly I look forward I" the fourth of March win n I go down to Washington and find there Dn; stalwart form of Wag- tier." He referred to Culled States Senator Holier! F. Wagner of New York who was reiiouilnaled. First tin-re came from hotel conferences reports Dial tin; al- liance ot Tummany Hall men and upstate leaders, opposing Dn; Lehman nominal ion, was holding Mi-Coney, FOB SLUMP OKLAHOMA CITY, Ocl. .1 U'l -In a treatise on economics, W. Humphrey, vli-e-chalrmmi of the tax commission, today assert- ed "there IH ample authority for the statement Dial tin- national OviTiimeiil, by surrender to Dn; federal reserve hoard and tn Dn; creat Is largely respon- sible for the national dlHtrexH. In a teller In .1. T. Sanders, professor of iitrlciillural econom- at Oklahoma A. and M. II-KI-. Humphrey declared "history made In recent tlnn-x I, ax nhnwii I FNIONTOWN. PH.. Oct. Die hauliers In lie only a falr weather wizard, a hluxtery pilot while the i-rafl xallx wllh lln- cur- rent and wind, hut wise only In tin- tdln- -blldien perished when (In- water wall .struck their gaso- line service station there and carried II away. II wnsi believed hi-veral others were In Die sta- lloii at tin- Dine and also were hWepI Illlo Die flood. In addition tn these ralu'.IDet tin- bodies of two unidentified PI-IHOIIM had been recovered In- day. The train carried nn uinleleriii- In, d number of Itinerants and iiiitliorltlex believed many had been swept away and burled dei Die debris III Dn- walu- of tin1 lonent. Tebachapi Pass Is on a I raveled mute belVeeu llal.rls- field and San llermir.ilno lend- IIIK thriingh tin- Teliachapl inoun- lalnx and Dience ncrnxs Ilio Mo- desert. Win-re tin- railroad llm- gm-H Dirough II, Dn- canyon narrow and deep. One report said Dn-re were on Die tr.iiu a ilon-n or of the III lionary force adjourned "bean-" IhN aflernoon oil verge of collapse. I'.uli.iiin-nlai-y bitter di bate over rules and credentials fast. Then John H. Ilrnnklyn leader, was said lo htiv- .suggested several slilflx Including I his own rnnrell when tin- national Helecllmi of Wagner for Is reversed, bonus and Lehman fnr the sen- com ate. At the huge armory filled fnt kept 111- In constant cnn- and brmubt a climax 1 wh. n Anlliony. of Clilra- tln- teinpnrary chairman, de- I'ontoloo comity t'-n uuiild make fur- forestall enforce- m his before a throng selling aside (.alary Iwhl.-h Included most of Iowa's Ulons allowing for b.-.v republicans. Die i-resl-lfnr deputies, thus, in 'dent -aid thai republican policies jprovlng lln: lower, -are winning out." "If w- con-.schedule, tlnue to ahing these lines of tin- we f-iiall win." In: added. iln was aiv.-n a r -salaries effect, ap- d salary inanded that tin- c.halr. Tin- national field commander, llnke StnlDi. who wax aiiihorlzed by Commander Walter W. Wat- ers In rail tin- convention shout- ed In De- that If any nin1 1 the final convention session, then; xtlll wax nn definite word from the hotel when; John K. Curry, Tammany chief, hattk-d iicaliiAt DK; Lehman celi-rllon. He and up-staters, headed by Kdward K. O'Comn-ll, Albany redurtli'M liie rom- jinlcsioners ax tin- p'-r cent Hc'iiTlir- llie pre'ldeiit's list of reduction in r-al relate and ,1 proposals service valuations ord.-red fnr I'rnpo-nN iccpllon or i-reciueni uooM-r Oct. propo-alx valuations ord.-red fnr; ml his advisors. Ix nwari- miners, urn-sled that "the rntlrc state. resulting in; lat Iho Hnwley-Smoot tariff of m.-gal plckt'tlng to as- Pontotnc county ;n loss or more ankrupted tho farmers by pro- In North Me- has of saf. t> vai- oklng other nal ons niatrh were ordered held ur Is Pr.. f( iinvi-rlngj lurlff wall.! L.....I ..T.nh for Die next I.irni prouu..n- ,n.-i.i...i In- be relieved from leader. WITH for Mayor John I Iloyd Thacher of Albany. Itnoxe- veil was reported to have advised Lehman "not to give around." Powerful llrooklyn groups had aiiiinunceil their preferancc for ...................Lehman. Smith argued wll'i forced to step down, IK; j Curry asaltiHt opposition to Die -.-.ill suspend Die cmiven- lli-iitenant governor. Finally nin; and call another "behind .of Curry's own district leaders, dour-.." Kdward J. Ahearn. wax reported in Ih'1 report of Wat-j to have declareit he would nn! go along In thu opposition to the New York banker. Curry yielded and a slat" head- ed by Lehman was nominated without a roll call. credit restrictions Imposed by Dm hankers. Proper administration nf (In- federal reserve act by Presi- dent Hoover "can Hn- farm problem wllhlti 21 In; concluded. -----k about on Itlnermitn mid Dial probably mine iliowin-d. Tin- floods Ion- nnl r.on of Southern Pacific Hack In Dn- canyon, disrupting train ser'-ln- between llakerstb-ld and polnid Miiith. Tons nf debris cnvereil Dm highway In plnci-H and largi- wash nutx blo'cked travel lit varloui: points. OF U. C, I. IIT I'-cl: M. !.-rv rtlnn ye-terilay broughl prnleot from aeveral v.-ho complained the election was :not scheduled fnr y.-st-rday and thnl tiny bad been absent and therefore not given tin; privilege of voting. our Insurmountable tariff wall! ,.ach for the ".Wwi. .'.will'main- oresilmaVed be divided no that tho farmer cannot court at arraignment to-jHcan partj. al" .'lrr fa his hurplus crops abroa.l." before Judge U. Hlgglns. Die lartff nn i ttilniTH ill lliiM :ilm IH J III __-------------------- low. rln 4 j.MA HI :.N 1 .1 LINCOLN. Neb., orl. Vice President Charles W. Cur- tis todav-told newspapermen lln V ill-line i Mraiiwhlle. union miners In the (products and evil coal strike area threatened further where "largest demonstration" yet ntlliroti-r IKIIII i 1 III ii' farm jaimins DIM to carry widen that'on government, nrrex.-airy IIISUAIt.MK.NT IIKIflltT OKLAHOMA CITY. Ocl. appeal from disbarment of ttie stain bar f II J [it' i t'- I O-; Ocl. of governors was filed with '_. ____i Die mine, Jainrsi nx mine, despite warnings fiirmi-r Is Just like other people lwtatl, operatives. patriotic and faithful to (Jnvernnr's Prnxe the "la not bet- trr." "The farmers talk prices, he n.ilil. "and want In-tler prices but their attitude Is fnlr and un- biased. We will carry the coun- try Just us wu did 111 1U2S." from it WCl. i'.---'.I 1IO.I "I at protect agr Will 'itogers. tin- huniorisl-artor. j tin- supreme cou "'I Among prcslduits proi airplane this N. Mab.-n. Tulsa i t. r..mi..t- 1'fkt t urn 11 i 'iirvlslon of the farm mark- imornlng I. imf for a to South fnrim-r iidvrrimi B H..-1 j ...-.-t-.T Kiiiti wo ulil f icial. Springer told the men nrresled, acl the InU-rext of II- s.'iu they could have been charged with I lne JIB court today by W. tittorncy and county of- a felony limtead of-a misdemeanor and Indicated felony charges would be filed In the future. Hi-fusing to furnish ball, th muii weal back tu jail. Pfittawatoml iivernors alleged Ma- s (Continued on Tago C. No. 2) jnoa Aires. prison of Illll Armstrong, 'who had been sentenced to 25 years for robbery la Pottawatonile J county. to It in- A.VOTHKII ATTACK IIX I 'ItOltATION AMAHILLO. Tex.. Oct. Ulxon Creek Oil and Ile- flnlng Co.. with considerable hold- ings In the county field, him gone to federal court with a plea mat prnratlnn regulations In thu am "discriminatory, arbitrary and void." and has ask- ed that thi! Texas railroad com- mission be enjoined from enforc- ing Its orders against tin; comp- any'n well. Hearing on the petition will be before Judge James C. Wilson October. 14. McALI'STlTu. Okla., Ocl. of Dn; Bray gathered here today once more In glvi! their beloved rebel and call back mnmorles of '01. Tin; annual state convention of Ihi! United Confederate vet- erans will through Friday. Meeting wflh them are. the sons of confederate vntcraim and the i United Daughters of Confederacy. General Richard A. Snred. sec- retary of state, and former nati- onal commander of the confed- erate ve.t'-raim, will be a speak- er. INSEPTEMBEH OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 'i__John C.arncr. Die democratic vice presidential will be unable tn speak In Oklahoma, Htale chairman U. M. McCool. was advfsed lodiiy by lln- national bureau. It previously was believed he might speak nt Kl Iteno. early In November. nreatccl retuniH for the amount luvc-uhti-d News' Calnslued Adu. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. WITH rt-porled In collect- ion of Inln-rltanco and Incomo by Dio Oklahoma, tax com- n.lHHlnn for Scfitnmbcr UK com- pared with August and July, but payments of other taxi.-n wcro about the, Tin; commission IIM.- In Income as against In Augunt and jn.IHD In July undnr tho n'-w taw. In- herltancr1 taxes totaled for September un compared with In Augunt and In Other major wi-ro: In gasoline, taxes. u gain of J27.000 over AuKUBl: In Broun production taxcH. a drop of compar- e.d with Auguiit but an Inrroano of J18.000 ovnr Total col- lections M-arhnd as against In August and In July. A robot that wan belnK ex- hibited tho othnr day fired a. gun In the sunernl direction of UH Inventor. Jutit another twni- pdramiiiital a-jtor.   

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