Ada Weekly News, October 13, 1932

Ada Weekly News

October 13, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1932 NUMBER 29 Killed In Crash SEMINOLE FATAL Collision With Truck Brines Death to Yourn; Ada Business Man ON WAY IO FOOTBALL GAME Companions, Chai. Bainbridge And “Speck’ Youn*;# Suffer Injuries ' I VMM (MHO Old Days of West Are Re-Enacted elllttlt <ti a t«a di< <1 fi< it STUTE OITTHN Iv fir Cli tin ut* took iv*** j*#*r for I h* \u «*im pa ny, wore * h ins id *• for t 'e I ii I:: "ast < i*$<fc 11®1* I V! 4 f f| §* Oklahoma Napili A fractured i ak till It* tori*- proved J ital buri J Int ti brid, • i surf* jured left kl**** and t sprains. Young lost of his I* ft ii.*ii id ail ii ii*! t»i lilied Bain brid * Hi § aa I ta I a**! it* ti f ii t u r*ia f t Ii* MIHM*! * t * ii I I® H I * 11«I to him bv two I*»<*k bint •'* Hh a w te I« lie y f re a t iii* * ii I Ti»* situation, as d Bainbridge, rest! lied t u na t rom hi na ti (in i stances w hic}) i Had* **f era * Ii in* v it a bb riaid of Agriculture Seasons Yield Below 900.000 Bales hit es Oh HO' Ok (HI I id I \ mi rte V. Clef. (‘IlllOII I <1*1,00(1 n*« prod v bv th* crop bales let ion state it nr OII pl OU I DUO in I *ir t I (I to I Ilion It* ll I ll lier •I* Hill It VI* « nr I’m liol iii sid< Jill lur WSI •vest (tit lo ifitv ii Gieen burg up •!«»*" "lug th I- a pol faced a I * HI Til g car and I frock, e»iii south and report-; * d '(tov rn. ♦idly. Br* * ft Lu H«»w * *1 dos i w bile ! 1*.main b it a ra I eiHn iii ! j oin ] ! * || IM ((ct oiler st yea! vt ii the ten y* .non bales, i ct op * let oiler **f 14 7 pound** ared with ITS Th* estimat d acreage .sin**** *r cent leaving nun aer* -. ** teen u< ner-th«* central, and east the state *1*1 •evil da mar**/* ** I n tin i crop s recent benefit.' rn ti wa Owner of Torpedo Company Blown to Pieces When Magazine Explodes CIK SHAKEN UP Not Known if Dead Man Was Accompanied by Others on Fatal Drive SAFM LPA, (let 12    *.P>    (kcari Loud, owr* • of the Bond Torpedo rom pa ny, wan blown to Iii Is today in an explosion at bn nitroglycer-1 in magazine six miles west of j bere. It was thought likely one or j two helpers were killed but soon j after the blast investigators had I bien unable to determine whether! Bond alone when the explosion occurred. Mrs. Bonds, the widow and only survivor of the family, identi- i lied parts of her husband's body.1 Sh** said he just had time to reach th** plant att* r he loft home when tis* blast was heard. It wan not Bn mediately known whether Bond had picked up two helpers as was his custom, en route to the magazine. Parts of the body, pieces of Bond's automobile and other de brin wore found ii mile away from tile plan' located near tin* country cl ii h golf course. Persons on the out.skirts of Sapulpa were knocked to the ground by the impact and many window's in the city were broken. Officers were checking the vicinity and homes of plant «>m-plov*-s to determine whether th**?-** E EPH War Secretary in Strong Defense of Republican Administration. Indicates Forty Per Cent Crop Gathered Prior to October I of ELOQUENT SPEAKER Says Democrats Sure They Are Always Right, but Seldom President. Tin city of Tombstone, \rizona out where the wa st was once wild, wicked and woolly turned bael ti * cluck 52 years when it celebrated it founding with a rousing “Helblot ado” in which citizens donned the garb of th** I x8b's and showed what life in the raw was like. Here’s the interior of tin* old Crystal Palace saloon as it appeared in the days when six "hooters were used by other® beside® move actor®, and UKker was lit lot* a man to drink. Excise Board Signs City Budget $8,000 Lower Than for Last Year Reduction in Assessed Valuation Results in Higher Levy Rate To Produce Amount Required For Smaller Budget For This Fiscal Year. Vction wa in ll ! * wed-littered rat is rot die!* ll Ie hind t 'et ra unable burg *i lh** in I lied I* ut 11 ‘rn log it im, ft* HO* III - I and <!I* ell Hilt aver 2 <M»0 Iii attorns vision of the The for th* by in by the exdfn As signed budget calls taken on th** city budget Tuesday ny th** county excise who signed the appropri-schediile after some re-had followed preparation estimates some time ago. •stimated sum of $*7,290 general fund was reduced more than $7,000 before signor th** appropriations set up hoard. T uesday, for $ so. I: yea *1 t mm I Si RICE FACES iht ital 11 >. d and d c ad i* n r Ac* used of Shooting Buster Harris I .Bolly Late Sunday Afternoon to I CMM *1 .H'.fil % PS o ir ii 11 <1 I tv WHO till tat*1 low A dli rue w atef r n* ar shot .u i ** lane** 1 Harr lits I In Hard Th t rat lo ut cd I <ii,lah driver. feJMirtl r* • it btl I ik la tat fit t o D; Hail* I ii ti tder were filed ig against Sam Ii ie •, ,« .I to have taken the tor Harris of Francis afternoon near th** ei*t^< across Canadian Francis. n charge^ fired from estimated at 21 feet, is in the right side, death within a short were otIi* r fatalities. Investigators i appropriation had not learned whether Bond j hi em hers of bad a load of nitroglycerin** in Ills j c.*r when he drove up to the magazine. Later, a filling station operator said Bomi w as alone w nen h** I drove past his establishment en j louie (<» th** magazine Whether J or not the 45-year-old victim had) picked ut* others before reaching] th** scene of th** explosion re-; loamed uncertain. Thousand® of persons had join-1 * d in a search of the vicinity by afternoon, seeking some clew to what ha*! occurred. So great was th** shock of the Ida t two men. a mile away. wen* tossed from their wagon. Neither was hurt. At Barid Springs. I*, miles away, a few windows were I woken. Two rabbits, dazed, hopped aim 1 leanly about th** sc* ii*. Tree.*- wen stripped of j ions from source 'their T* iv es aud several. 12 inches 1 valorem    taxes. in diameter, were snapped like    Total    revenue from other so urinate!! sticks.    j    c< s, as estimated in the new Th** largest section of Bond’s I budget, account for $63,o0s.2f» leal n* h«> discovered was a twist- j of the general fund appropri ate gen-taxes at sinking total of; the city 2 5 lor ll)*' for latter to and priori d indebted- general fund and $10 the sinking fund, th tak* care of interest pal of the city's bond ness. The cily, lh calculating the tax levv required to produce iii* budget totals, adds ll) per cent for delinquencies and *1* ducts any I surplus from the previous year, among spectators at ] deducting also estimated coiled other than ad amount to be raised for • ra I fund by ad valor* in $25,1 40.25 and for th* fund $107.SI 1.42 a $1,32.951.67. (in th! reduced assessed valuation of $4,659,479, levies to produce the budget requirements o., ad valorem taxes, as approved bv the excise board, will be 5.-general fund and 23.14 mills sinking fund. These have not been approved by the stale commission, however. ’or 1931-32 or last fiscal year, a basis of a valuation of $5,-8o2,027, levies of 4.54 for general fund and 19.75 for sinking fund, or a total of 24,33 mills, was required to raise the budget requirements of $26,345.86 for 395 for > et tax I* on 11’rom XV ••tinext.i* fixity) Hon. Patrick J. Hurley, secretary of war, spoke this after- j noon to a large crowd of Ada voters at Memorial Convention Hall in the Interest of the re-j publican national campaign. His speech was one of a series in a whirlwind three d iv tour he is making of his native state, traveling by airplane, ll** spoke at Hugo, Atoka and Coalgate ' earlier in th** day and left im-1 mediately after his appearance' here for McAlester, w her* he will speak tonight, ll*' is traveling by airplane. Th** war Secretary paid high tribute to his chief, President j Herbert Hoover, for the manner] in which lo* has met every J phase of the depression with sui** decision, filling h> character and achievement the requirement® ol leadership* The speaker summarized the effective measures taken unde” th** president's guidance to combat conditions involving the tillin' world, stating that his program is designed to enable lh**' people to maintain their self-reliance and private initial iv*' ami prevent impairment of Ander (cat) institutions. Hurley took up the tariff from a parisian point of \ iew. ll** covered also th** question of re form. He reminded his audience that Governor Franklin I). Roosevelt, democratic candidate for president, is for punishment of those who sold fraudulent, worthless stocks to the public, that most of this stock lins emanated from the state of New York in violator! of th** laws of that stat** I both befor** and since 'Roosevelt ! has been governor. The federal government has no i jurisdiction over the sale of stock. Hurley said, and while the WASHINGTON. Ort. S PF -Cotton of this year's growth ginned prior to October I was reported by the census bureau to have totaled 4.835,465 bales, iii eluding 1 27.529 round bales, counted as half bales, and I, I ex shales of \ mer lean-Kgyptiau. To October I last year 5,409,-i 657 hales were ginned and In I 1930 ginnings totaled 6,303.*95 ] hales. Ginnings by states include: Oklahoma 290.154. wins im IN COURT FICHT Supreme Court Rules Against Sterling in Gubernatorial Contest LOWER COURT UPHELD Mrs. Ferguson*® Name Ordered Printed on Election Ballots v Oil AFTER ACCIDENT Well Pipe Rolls From I ruck. Causing Fatal Head Injuries. *1 mm niiihIu%** Itailv) Conic 20 from ,    .    *< I 4 VO- VO f. -    Democratic    platform    asks    that    it general and $11 4,82a.88 for sink-,h • lug funds, a total of % I 4 1.171.74., such jurisdiction. Gestate governments now' have It. Higher Levy Probable |    H(. ask<>(, why jf Koo.seV«dt is The total proposed levy for the so deeply interested, Ii** did not city of Ada for this year, on re-j on force the stat** laws while he due* d valuation to produce a|had power to do so. budget $8,000 less than that of* Finest tribute to womanhood of tlx* building explosive mer it F *1 ii I otto* id ill * "tit* I WH iii tent cers eau V est to I iff L. Mi Ii ic* aer did i ti )Ot iv Fr at ti ie rive stale bool in riper vents I nklin late--» brother's Th** offi-the all* ged , hut an intl to bring die tot d, I) w * r* p to men cur led ed axle VII trac* which housed til ally vanished. Seventeen year* calmly on toted th** plant of the Sapulpa dragged out thirty-1 iv* hose, !«iad«d with nitroglycerin*#. which had been wrapped around the jointing j»r**ss. The explosive had bren placed there following a spirited editorial arraignment of civie conditions by iii** Herald. Vt i i.ti tim**, a niisst* j* bv Bond Iik«*-Iv ould have bi ought death to iii aux of th** hundreds who had gathered outside the building. G. 0. P. CONGRESSMAN FI last year, is 28.545 mills, as against 24.33 mills on last year’s higher valuation. in i $ 1,836.06 of t ii*. at ions and for sinking fund. Willer Ileitis Help ! go. Bond ] The water collections * * f $4sf-pitell dark I Oho ar** responsible for the great-Herald and , part of th* $63,tins and Ce feet of ] surplus accounts !<>*■    $812.77 more than does not have to bo provid'd by ad valorem taxes. Practically all of th** $4,83$ represents interest on daily bank h a I a noes, reducing by that amount till* sum to b raised by ad valorem tax* > tor sinking fond requirements this >**;*r. These deductions leave the was expressed by Mr. Hurley the course of his address. Referring to claims of denm- Departmcntal appropriations injeratic leaders that th** election is Hie general fund bulge! for "in the hag." that Roosevelt is “certain to be elected/* th** witty secretary called attention to th** fact that John Garner, democratic candidate for vice president, is “swinging onto” the nomination for congress in th** fifteenth district in Texas. Continuing'. Hurley quot*d the democrats as saying that they ar* always right, hut, ti** reminded bis hearers. I hey ar** s< Idom pi* • i • dent. I Al Hugo. Atoka thousands of Hurley I 93' I-32 and 193 2-*’ 3 ar** HH fob j low.- » , j BK IPT. mil- 32 IM243 c;..v. i rung parti____- * •*, ,77S $ 9.600 . <" f mc aery 2, “Sh Z.4O0’ { Si r*'« I I kl I IS, .fit* J. us 16. *26 6 City Aho. nry------ I 1,405 folic* « I kl jt, ___ 12, .IHS 11.9*8 Fit. I O pt 12 ,72! 11,9 11 1 Boar rf of Health ... 7.'»(( Sf»(l ; S;( nil ary I *«Ml. —— r, .OI ti 4.SIM J Park (lorn rn IKM IOU _ I ,91 JI 72*1 I Wale »r Ik* pl. 111 .1 I I I :.,«711 I .‘ IV rat ( iavernmfnt fit 2 g 1,6?H j TO! M..S . I ti® .IIH *•*<». I] Jack C. Maxey, 200 S. slant, died Friday night at o’clock at a local hospital injuries sustained in an unusual accident at Allen six hours earlier, Maxey had been hauling j*lp«* during th** day and had the last load on the truck for th** day. When he stooped to pick up th** chain to hind the jupe on the truck, th** pipe started rolling, according to reports. \ short faction struck Max ey’s head, knocking him down, aud six longer sections of heavy pip*- fell on him. Maxey antlered a se vt* re skull fracture and other injuries, and was uncoil scions from th** time of th*: accident until his death. He w’as rushed to Ada and given treatment but the injuries were too severe. Funeral services will be conduct'd this afternoon at 3:30 o’clock from th** First Christian church. Rev'. W. ii. Blackburn and I lev. Leslie G. Smyth will officiate. Burial will ho in Rosedale cemetery. Maxey, who was 4 5 years of age, is survived by his widow Mrs, Mattie Maxey; a son, Jack Maxey Jr.; his mother, Mrs. Barrie Maxey; a sister, Mrs. WIck Adair, Ada; and a brother, Lu -cius Maxey. Waco, Texas, Mrs. Ja**k Maxey is a sister of Mrs. It, (). Lawrence of Ad<u Jack Maxey was born in Texas, moving to Ada from Dextra 23 years ago. He was for several ..ear® a member of th** Ada fir* department and was employed for some years by Tom McCarty. Vt the tim** of th** accident Fri day he was in th** enijiloy of Wick Adair. II** is known to many people in and around Ada through I'm long residence here. m COURT KNOCKS OUT BETTING SYSTEM j AI STI \ Tex., * lei 8. Nit." Miriam \ Ferguson won an I outright victory iii her contest ! for Hi*’ democratic gubernatorial nomination today when the slut** supreme court ordered Mrs. Jane j V McCallum, secretary of stat**. , lo certify her name as iii** noun nee on the ballot: in lh** Noveiil 1 lier general election. Mrs Ferguson had taken lier case to the highest court after j Gov. It. S. Sterling had alleged Irregularities in th** Vugust pri-tnary in which sh** (tolled approximately 1,000 notre veins than he I did. Tile Mat** democratic **\ecu five committee at Lubbock had declared ii**!' tile party's nominee. The court s decision today was a joint order. Besides ordering certification of Mrs    F»*rg ii son’s nam**, it settled adverse! \ foe th** governor his appeal horn a dis trict court decision that it had no jurisdiction in trial of the suit alleging irregular voting. Wifhin thirty minutes Mrs Mr Callum, tiled by telegraph a eerti tie.Ile lo all countV el**! Cs of **\ns. J amos ii**** s im to the I* Bol and IT. I a lid i gii on, I lo* nom i accompanied her cg i a jib office in the rap I laid GO* telegraph toll' The court ruled Gov Sterling’s contest ai read v has become moot, because sufficient tim** lot hear iijg it doe-, not remain prior tm tim** for having ballots ready foi absentee vottng in the November eighth election. In passing on (ii** question of jurisdiction, th** supremo court stated “in our opinion Hie juris diction of the courts over contest for mere party primary nomine tions is not at this time fnitly open to question." The puijireme court explained that "th** only election governed by section three of article four for til** constitution) is th** general election." Sterling's Snit Dismissed T iii na I iv i *1 ii It ic I iv * to sai< a re I ti ll* TWO SENTENCED ON PLESS OF GUILTY I Rn W \. Ohio. I’residen t ll (Mi vc I s re-election. and ti patty were mule! from a new circuit of th** "insurgents.’ Ort. 12.    «.r» campaign for i h«* i 'publican attack today j in the ranks \ C ongre New Brin e I* icicf Producer Ned Guthrie Iii With Pipeline, Extends    GF I ield West F.ditor in Explanation .egion Program hor Bonus Payment man »! F* Two TI: to \\ ll' ll I lid ft I ri JU* at VV us IHI *111? id* 111; G. M. Dismukes Captures Snake With Odd Marks of a . a car w These to case docket * tug by at ion fr late in vein ber. ar o v fille B pl* J lid itp *tla) * Mn*!® I vert sentenced to Tu*%daju following in district court Bel Busby. *eck. charged with in connection with rtable phonograph, to six months. Ii drew a sentence i charge of driving dr guilty Oi »r or remnv cd arraignment Id this morn-y in pre partial docket early in No il haifes Brand, of Ohio. In a formal statement issued at his home, here, last night, th** re publican congressman from th** seventh Ohio district, declared hi* party "des* t v* a defeat and reorganization.” Brand praised Franklin I). Roosevelt, Git* democratic presidential nominee, as “favoring tariff benet)ta on snr pl u s farm products." and said th** republican party had failed to ani the j farmer.    , Brand, heretofore, regarded ii" a “regular" republican, was elected to ti;** house of representatives , in 1922. He announced he would not be a candidate for re-election j Melt G. NL Dismukes, Bvt! distance northeast of G rd ay brought in to office an I x inch sn* had on th** back of with hill marking* blanc*' to a Diam ukes w snake with a tired the odd Last snakes a distill Ada the k e its ft y ex* New <* which head resent* SUPREME COURT TO REHR BRIDGE CASE CONFEDERATE SONS ELECT OFFICERS ll ruin I Inn Mi.** SII Mitt No. I w* iof 29-5-5. in rh* ii {day was report***! j well. The w ‘ii VV is h ; Monday ai 'it aiel i a I I [nu al a r.ii* el irnat• d I fir'd0 to 800 barrels d;> ’' The well ba> been tie a pi je ll rn and more tan Us were taken to Wednesday. Md f ii *: Si * done on tie less tile flow ion was foun ; Bunton tim**. Herrick rn I being moved tat several I peeted to * Th*- Starr!ti to stanolind * Trees leas* •-duct ion in lOUilf) and taken r dri! Well, der! ll Ut \ crowd < most of tii World war. court room big lit and Raymond F as he pres* national Ij ; situation in of the : liens iti -finialed ai ■iii veteran!* filled the to capacity repented I y 500 men, of th** district Tuesday cheered in it ion ior*‘ gin * No are the Babbit ■■ s about to kill hoe when he rameking. year Dismukes kilted of various kinds the no- 6 137 and that stop stopped counting them st point, though he did not his war on tile reptiles, —  — + -  - Greatest returns for the amount iuvri*bt«*d — New*/ Cli—t>«N» Ads. wNewington, ort. to <.f> The supreme court today ant**! to tie* Oklahoma stale highway commission, Attorney General Kin-, and certain county officials a review of the t* nth circuit court of appeals* action in prohibiting them from interfering with the operation of a toll bridge across the South Canadian river between Lexington and Burnett. McAlester, ok la., Oct. «— (I* Clifton Ratliff, of Oklahoma j \fbFRN, N .City. was elected commander ofUp, rabbit {the sons of confederate veterans., ,ioi. anrt w,n( ,,, That’s the wav anc fb - a Bi*i’*» rift yin* z • (day, and w« neat ions is •mn. I ta an off i Boned tun extends j Id westwani *1*1", Guthrie editor, nted th** state and ion program and the regard to pay in rash veterans’ adjusted com-i certificates. forceful, vigorous -’* veraI y*dirs a lead-affairs in (Ikiahoma, gum*ut- used in op-such jKiym**nt and ..lug array of figure® r many of these ar** md Coalgate s old friend® met him today, turning out al t hon g It 111 os) of t bein ai** democrats end. a • Hut lev "aid after Ills plan* Rinded here, “Tilling my heart with gratitude and 'lulling whatever edge of parti.* m-Hhiji might have been felt.” “I have never had more de lightful visit" in all my life," h* continued, than mingling with j men with w hom, in other ye ars. I he mined, punched cattle and I soldiered. j When flying Over til** graves {of Hurley’s father and mother at I^ehigh, th*- pilot cut off the 'motor and hung over the spot for a few moments. Getting home to ids own country, among his own friends, Burely said. impressed him that there is something a little higher and {th* , a for i jot! a to we* H< - owed ti* benefits that won id acerli*' to both veterans aud th* nation at large, without th* payment proving burdensome to Go* government. Vol Crawford spoke <n ® wet* D*9£ *b. hit I 2 ncigi a a Oklahoma division, meeting here today. W. E. McGowan was elected lieutenant commander. John H. Robertson, Oklahoma City. was re-elected adjutant for th»* seventh consecutive term. The Fnited Confederate Veter- • pt1<| jlg tormentor, ans and Auxiliaries met jointly    with tail between B- legs, lh** later in the day. Only thirty {doc fled. of the state’s aged veterans were;    —------ able to make the trip to Mc-] Greatest return® for the amount Alerter.    in®est)ted — News Calssifled Ads. Ort th* ating ctov* J, L Snv* A nguni to!*! tho story today. has a large* pet rabbit in his yard. The neighbor * a bit too familiar, reared on its hind I in hor TS Of He s back pup Sh. C.** III** The rabbit gs and nip- come ;sErin I a tin ! man , war Tom ! but I A log I quat ’ wire • the who address. Charley Shockley’s band furnished music for (*, and Prof. Wyatt C. Free-led the audience in singing tim** songs. I). McK**own Congressman was Introduced did not speak, ta r yields’ address, the tneet-mijourn* d to the Legion t**rs in Conv* nti**n hall . bar bee lie was waiting for veterans and their friends had come to hear Fields. barbecue nobler than partisanship "W* ar* all Americans.” Accompanied by Wirt Franklin. of Ardmore, republican candidate for election to the Foiled States i senate, Hurley came to \da from i (Coalgate. A larg*1 number of Ida people | w*»r** at the airport a" th* btl' (dane flew in, circled the port one* and came to a genlie landing. The war secretary, distinguish'd in appearance and cordia! in isis greetings, -bowing little trace of his intense campaigning of th** last few days, talked briefly to th os** gathered at the port before being hurried into Ada for bis scheduled address. He presented merit badge- to a number of Boy Scouts gathered at the Aldridge hotel, conferring this courtesy in recognition of the act of the local scouts in decorating the graves of his parents in 1930. Hurley’s eloquent delivery and fiery oratory brought repeat'd applause from his audience at Convention hall as he defended WST IN, Texas, Oct. 12 LB Til*- court of criminal appeals held today that th** optional system of wagering on horse races violated tie1 Texas law against bet ti ni'. The court affirmed th*1 convict ioti of I*. L. Coulter, fined in Tarrent county for betting at \rlington Downs, ra**** track b«»-I tween Dallas and Fort Worth, i Legality of til** optional sys , tem was tcsf*•*} by til** Texas ; Jockey club inviting th** charg-jes after the Texan legislature I had defeated bills designed to I liberalize tho anti-betting laws. ■ Under the optional system on** 1 buys an option on a hors* and if the horse wins th** holder of the option may par chass th** ! hors*- at a certain minima! sum. I lf the holder of the option chooses to exercise bls rig lit to buy, owner of the horse proposes redeem the option with cash. to District Judge VV. F Robertson Ln(I dismissed the governor s suit under provisions of article t, sec lion 3, on the ground ii** did not have jurisdiction to try a content Involving the governorship He decided th** legislature was th* only body that c*»ul*l decide a con te-t«*d election where tlii office w a** iii' nived. “The temporary Injunction Ie* lug upported bv Jurisdiction of Gh* district court over Hi** contest was md void no matter how im providently it may have been i Hiles," t in- emu t held. .Bldg* Rob* ! ! '»ti had is*-tied a temporary injunction restraining elf Bleat ion of Mrs. Ferguson tin til Sterling h contest suit ha*) been decided. W Ii * ii to* rilled Im* db! j md Im vc Jurisdiction, lo dissoiv cd the injunction. Th** supreme court held that tii* govornoi 'ti* waa Hied with in the proper tim**. " VUliough w** imv* decided that the district court did*' jttiri do Hon of til* cont* t» d * lection ca*-**, it do* not follow that ti*': action of J mi ce R*>l»crt son in db nils mg it ami (ii olving th*' iii junction wa * ■ r rn ii * ’Oil s, or I j).- secretary of tai*- • Ii oil Id not certify th** nam** «*f Mi •* I erguson as Iii** nominee/' tin court slat' d “On the conf rat v w** think hi- «ii elution of th* injunction and db-mis".H of Hi*' suit wa correct, and that th** secretary of state should certify Mrs. Ferguson’* nomtna Hon. “\V«- think Hi' nil** sell 1***1 that the nominee of a political puffy who holdu*u certificate to ttiat effect, such a* Mrs. Ferguson holds, gives that nominee a certain deft® nit** standing ami endows him or her with a valuable right which must he enforced.” CELEBRES TOOR! Kallihoma Indian school rn ar Steed man today wa* the »c*n** of a celebration observing the completion of a school building and a teacherage for the recently established Kallihoma school. • Sever®! county officers attended the gathering, along with the Indian agent, Mr. Palmer, and several stat*' educational officials were expected to he present 'luring the day. Th** school was establish' d in The supplies for the ------— were provided by Pat Burnett, the administration program and Dr Bd Grainier. To,,, D- Mc-1 Pooledi the nation » bead arlh* (/ontinutxI on Page 3,^o. *1 I knows him ' (Ftmtinued and has OU Pa-;*? seen him 7, No. 4) March of this y«*ar and met in th** florae of Mrs. Vicy Walker until fun<ls could be collect'd from Indians of the section, materials s' cured and the building 1 erected. The teacher is paid by the indian bureau and nine full months of school are assured the Indian children of the community, some of whom could not speak English and mod of whom had very 1ft-tl~ schooling. Wife of Former Senator James A. Reed Dead KANSAS CITY, Ort, 12 - ' P> James V Reed, wife of the form**r senator from Missouri, died at a hospital here today aft* r a brief illness. Mrs. Reed was tak**n to Go* hospital last night "offering from a septic sore throat whir ii had developed suddenly. This morning physician* announced sh* had contracted pneumonia. Mrs. Reed was formerly f^iu-a M. Alms!* ad of Cedar Rapids, I*»wa, Th** Reeds were married August I, 18 87. OKLAHOMA CITY, net. 12. FP) Bids will be received by the hoard of affairs tomorrow fc»r construction of a hospital fur negro I DM ne at Taft. About 119*0,000 is available for build-in s and equipment. ;