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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma w VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1932 NUMBER 30 GUILTY VERDICT IK IHOOSHELT lilllE. ERT T1U PftRTY FEVER SPOTS OF WAR Several Weeks to Sec End of Work Already Con- tracted For PUSHED INlHEATHER Detours As Travel Into and Out of Ada Improves jOiurson Found Guilty Man-', in .Sweating Death Case. i Nominee Will Deliver Major! Campaign Speech in Steel Center Tonight Wllliln ii f'w i.f iIK- run part nf tin- slat I'd. 1 Fla.. Oct. 1.'. 1 ii Tin- Jury In Ih" Arthur, i Malllefcrl swcathox death i late Inday found Ccorge W. 1 Cniirson guilty of manslaughter in ml acquitted Solomon lllggi.'i-. _______ bothaiii. Special Train Greet The Jury was out two hours i _ and Ifi minules before notifying i Judge Coop'-r filhhti It had reach- i ed it verdict. The finding was nnl In proper fni.n. however, iin'l more weeks all i .Imh-e C.lbhs M'lit the Jurors bad: irm lion In thl- ,evvrll" It. will he finish-! MrK. Kena Mallleferl. mother and highway j of Ihe dead New Jersey youth. looked al the floor :ir the verdict IN WHEELING TOOftl' cd by Throni? of Enthusi- astic Supporters rnmmlnslnn forces liavn hern IniHliliu: Hi" wnrk aloiiK Hi., open fall weather anil tins end Is In nlKlit for "f v.mU. I-', w contlacl', ill' In Id for tills Immediate section la lln- next few weeks, nllhniu-li many of tin- roailn will lec.-hc applications Of travel. The count rur.llon work nn No. 1H lii-tw.-.-n Aila ami Tlshonilntro, lacks nnly alionl two mil' H he- Iwci-n Sheep creek nml Hi'- horn" of Jay II.ml.'ii. .Must of th" work nil niniiiilalii Just soiiHi of Sheep rri-i'l< It iloii.'. II will take two nr or four weeks In flnl.'ili Job In Us i-ntlidy. Tlir roail Iti finished from Aila to SI.....P <-rccl this work. was from Cnnrsnn'H alloni.-y lintm-.llat ly llh'il linllri' of appeal for I rial. Make Heavy H.-ml After Cap- liirim; ami Off Watchman To Mill Nil I Hlllllll iilriirll'iii liy Hi'1 ilfpai tmi-iit. II -imilli nf Srnllln nf tin1 lallinail. Iliri'i- will In Mill fr- er run- of tin1 Cn-< I, Is mill fnrri'S Is to Hi' Another or H flnlsli'il anil It will o Hi'' ernt'sl nother on a nxheil Hi- new mail Ml.le of H In liavla as raplilly I. ''.in tie llone. The will "lay nn the east rallroail the riillni ln'twern Cuff anil Ilitvia The mail friun s'riillln In Snl-1 lilnir Is riiliipli'l'- and Iraftli- I'1 inaklni: tooil lime liver It. Mo-t ears now frniii Aila I. Snl-, lilnir In I" "I- nilnnles. I'. S. from Calvin In Coal-' rule l-i l-olllpl.'le with the replliin nf a hit nf "ink In two in- lln-e plan "i. Tiaffle I" mail anil niaklnu lime. Aila rilic.-'i'i want a h.-anlltnl anil roiiiforlalile rlil'1 Mils afleriniitn ran lal.e t'' In II.....Y" Ihl" I'l.te mMill nil N" T'. In Cillilll anil liaek Inlii A.la on Nn. I-. nr make Hi-- I'lp In n-verse onler. Hi.- n-.-es on th. ir minis. Hie Illllhel- n.MTfl! lilIN are liranilfitl the en- till- mote. Til.- "Ithe Is III Illlles. The nil Nn. I'I near Sl.niewal! will I.e flnl'li'il in .iiinllier liairliu: lia-l w.-.illi.r. ami slmnl.l lie open for Iraflle aliniil Hie inlilille "f ilel.nir arnnml thl veal any trace of two men and I wo wom- en who kidnaped .1. A. Maxwell, watchman here early Sunday and carried nut a series nf robberies. On the pretext of wauling giiKollnc. Hi" iiiiiirlel asked well In accompany Iliem to Hi" Stephens garage to which he had a key. I'pon reaching the gar- age, 'they told the watchman he was a prisoner and looted Hin 'cash ulster of after blind-, i folding Maxwell. I Driving In tin- nnone-Slyrou l department store. they piled i piled about worth nf mer- chandise In Ihe car; going lo Hie llenrv Mnlnr Co.. one of Hie men JMnle'a coach, drove It to the store and loaded it wllli gnnds. 'Then both cars were driven to Ihe I.nlher ll.-rry farm where two I.....VCH that had been slnngii- tffd were loaded atop the slnl- en merchandise. 1 Maxwell was trussed lip and I released In a cnrnlleld ahn.it two miles north of Konawa. lie released himself within an hnur and walking Into town, nnllfl'd authorities. I'lTTSIiritCII. O'-l. I''- '-I'1 Carrying his presidential ram- In I'Hlslinrrfli the "wnrU- sliop of the world" C.nv. I'rank- lin Unns.'Velt arilved liy spe- cial train at !l a. in. tnday. ........_? The deniorralir standard li> ar-1 ISoth nations in was met a lie 1''" troops lln-r. afl.-r IVrn hail iliniiiedlately liy motor for Wheel-; ,-ity or In- In- W Va where he will speak Cnlnmliia's tionti.'i. I'resl- I'lhTs arieni'Min. Alter the Wheel- I dent Karl'ine (Maya II. riera. will return to riuht. of Colomhia. eonl nhnt'd 'ruli for an address in-i lense fnnil. I'ern h.is asked Hi niulil. llesplle Hie pl'I'Selll.....f Scores or pnllre, slate and lailrnad of- flrers nnr-meiilln- enmity anil eily dele.-lhes, ,everal hundred maiiau-ed 'o wnrin Ilirnimh [mile- lines and take posll inn alnn" the IrarUf. j A-. the li-iln .-lowly innveil li 'mi a sidlni; Iliere was a general n-ar rimrlies, 11 omen j waul to see TftlKS TO I Deals With Republican Admin- istration and Urges Roose- velt Election. STATE OFFERS E Governor Murray Applies For. K. F. C. Funds For 56 j Oklahoma Counties I SftYS PROMISES FfllL Deals With Farm Situation, Traces Cause of Current Ills of Nation. I A new f'-viT spot DTI war iiiap South America broken mil. Tin- i" w ihreai itii peace Is tin- jungle aloni; tin- I'. riivian-Colninliian right nf Colombia, coin rihnl. d a wedding ring In a 1 O.IIUO.IMIO de- tense fund. Peru has ask. d the Pan-American Conciliation Commis- slon to settle the dispute. which has h.....i reported threat- ened by a revolt m-ar IJuit... s.-nl sol.li.-rs to guard Its neutrality in case nf open war between Peru ami Colombia. The oilier dangei spot shown on the map above is the (Iran Chacn r.-glnn. where llnlivii and Paraguay iraln are prepariiu- m r. their vt ru nisli fur 111 slinlllllli; III] II." llunilicd tin- bridge wntclilnu motorcade ILSEf BY CITY 'LI FOLLETTE M of nlhel-s stood nil ahove III'' trarlis 'very movement as Hie nf ".n mini Wheeling. Shot in l-laiul and Pclc Anderson. Stonewall Officer. Sunday l I Illll'-ey was lirnllL-hl In Illreni hnspilal atlerimn' KOOSKVKI.T SIMCCIAl.. 1-In finm Stonewall for t vat nienl e llnllte III I'ltlHlllirKll, Or I. 1 -.wnillids Iliflirted liy I'.-le And'! i.l'i Into Pennsylvania, where he simiewall rll> ni.ir'-hal. Th pint threw a at Pete. lie nisi., mil a when cer sliol him th'-i hand. Hi the llcshv I.I'' 111 sii W. C. Doom, president of Oklaho- ma llaplisl I'lilverslly here, today aiinoiiiK'.'d his eflei'l- Ke Nov. 1, he will replaced ley li.-v. Hall V. piislnr nl Hie Alelllle Ililpllsl clllirell. iikliihonia I'linided Hie 'lal ronm. irallon In the llr. Mm..... uoes In Hie I'lisl llapti-t Clnurli. .lark'-nn. Tell II. i The resignation Yi no! -mi C'lllle ey ami Jerked bottle when .Pel" nf whi-I.ey on '.aid. i [.on Ihe ol. i-li tin- rl-hl llU.lel also elll.'li'l- ,irt ol the ri'4ht thigh. -------H-------------- Hclicvc r.ntitlccl to I'art Tax Income "Hoover. Hunger and Hard Times" Is Ihe campaign Issue this year. Senator Thomas P. I Core declared Saturday after- noon In a sp'ech on the streets of Ada. The speech was directed malm.; to the farmers who Ilirmiged the streets and was full of wit. humor and sarcasm as he dealt with the of Ihe day and demonstrated the responsi- bility of the Hepuhllcaii headed hy President Hoover for the distress now prevailing. The president and his chl- f lieutenants are great on promises hut not much on delivery, hence should lie termed Ihe "Plggly Wlggly" party. In- facetiously d dared, citing Mr. Hoover's utter- ances after his nomination ami the prediction mad" and always missed, concerning Ihe early return of prosperity. As an Ind" x of wha! has ha'.i- pened to the country he staled thai more than 10.nun banks, In I the Fulled Slates have failed dnr- i Ing the 12 years of Ifepuhllcan I rule, or more than times Hi" l number thai failed during tin' ''eight years nf Wilsnn's admlnls- I ration. Farm Dropped Touching on farm cnndillons Ihe asserted that farm values I have decreased Ihlrly four hll- Illotl dollars during Hie regime of _____ the Kcpuhllcaii. or Hire" billion Repudiates Kohler, Who Dc-'a year for the luxury nf lu-piih- fcatcd Brother For Gubcr- j "la'i'd the origin of Ihe 'trnul'dcs of the fanners Miuarcly inn the shniilders of Mr. Hoover, pointing nut that as fund admin- istrator he flx.il Ho- price of wheat and other farm products during the war. thus fnrclng the producers to take less than they would otherwise have received and while being forced to buy at .i.....h'ctlon-unr'Strlcted war prices, lie had 'd'emocra Io nld .-'..i-.-. taken retaliatory action against the Fnll'd States as a result and thai no fewer than American enterprises have been moved to Canada to escape lln- prohibitive levied hy Canada In retail- Love Verses Aliened Written to Second Wife Read Before Jury Snid to Hnve Expressed Love For Oilier Woman Before Wife Died Oct. A po-t-mortem examination of Hi" body of Mrs. Fannie Herri" showed presence of a poison. Taylor lingers, still" chemist, lale Inday told III" Jury trying Ihe S. Allhea llerrlii for her murder. The chemist followed M IH. M. II. Spencer, who said she haw- Mr. Itei rle "take his wile's wed- ding ring off" while she lay nn her deathbed last Match, less Huut two months In-fore the year old preacher remarried. Okla.. Oct. 1 !l i.Ti The love verses nf a old preacher to pretty ymiiii; Sunday school teacher In- married ______.. i after the death nf Ills first wife 'Proposed Ki.ulc Goes wi-ro coupled with a recital of i-, l allegedly admitted Intimacies to- Alia. U. b. IJcsicnatUill pressed ahe.nl wlill the l.'ev. S. Allhea ltd rle's murder trial. The Itev. Mr. llerrle. Ills' year nld wife and the largo crowd of spectators listened lu- ll-nil." In .-very line of the read by Phil K. Oldliam. comity OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. i.l'i An application for HillS.KUi In relief Hinds lor Oklahnma comities, fill-warded yesterday to it he liecnnsl ruction Finance cnr- jpiiiallon by Murray, brings Hie inial aid asked for Ihe slut" In fslli.ll'.S. I Twenty enmities previously had been nppnrlinncd funds. An ap- Iplicalliin for Kills conntv will be jlelegriiphed when Its needs are 'delermin, .1. Is Ihe only county ifnr which no help has heen Miiight. The leiiuesls made yesterday included: Carfleld cnnnly C. rady Lnuun jO'.ir.; Oklahnma fP.TIT; Okla- ihnuia Oily Ottawa Pnntolnc Srinllioli' Tulsa Wasll- Inglon I. GULFTdWIC" o. I Thomas i Wehsler Pleasant, lellded il Parker. Orvllle Sn-ad, I'. Hull and liave ret from Ml. Texas, where they at- ineelliiK of road linnsl- Wisconsin Senator Strongly Op- posed to Candidacy of Herbert Hoover SUPPORTS stJffElEBIOCBATS nalorial Nomination M Oct. 1'J. MI. if ir Itnherl M. Lafnllelle Jr..' leinihllcan. Issued a alement Inday ndvocatlng Hie i.clinu m" tin1 democratic presl-l Fninklln There were It; pneiim nf 'Hi'- two nld political PHI IT l-ai-'i--." he fell thai plngresslves I MA It I both partb s cnllld expect some I HA U! Ll i ration from li.iosevell hut all from Pr r'-pnbllcan ldenl Him- amlldat ers Irniii this slat'. Texas and, allnrney. Louisiana, represenllng Ihe Ada I III all. Chamber of Commerce. The Wllnes-es sal.I I verses bad Ject of Ihe meeting was In lay I been given Hie slate hy the pas- plans fnt- the proposed O.ulM'a-' tor's second wife, whn lohl Ili'-m clflc hlghwa..-. rnmilng f'nm New; llerrle had written them to her. Orleans tn S'altle, Washington. Tesllnmny be helleved a "sul- Offli-ers elected Included Scu-'clde note'' plirpnrled In have nlor Paul Stewart of been wrllU-n by the flrsr Mrs. president; Dave Stoveall of lln-' llerrle was nol III Hi" woman's go vice' president; and Mist j handwriting was given by Tom lln'ra Wehsler of Ada. treasurer. King, vice president of the Cltl- The nieellng was well attended.. National bank. Hie delegi les slated. i John Wolsey. former chief of The object of the iissin-lallon I liollci'. lohl of taking Herri" and Is I get IT S. designation on' his young wife to his office for iinesllonlng after an Investigation of Ihe alleged poisoning of thn first Mrs. llerrle gnl under way. "lie denied he'd been al III.' Deluxe Cafe wllli Ida (less llrlgiil I tin' second wife and never h.id wllli her except III church project wnrk." Wolsey said. "After talk- thai II Ing lo Ida Hess. I talked to Her- lie again and IK- said In- had met her I her.- three, fmir nr five limes, also al various oilier plnc- OF SUPREME COURT w.al'.r Is dry. When mm-j _... "nrpn nil there will he Hln-lrll J A Y U M pa- In-.: enlli.lv a.-ro.. Pi.nloloe HA ULLU t cin Illl tun mile, ea XI..1 The pavlm: of Calvin I--, lie Is paving will extend I of Stonewall. Tnifflc on F. S. noil'i now open, and tr.if- nv r It. Th" m-w Hi.in, i IK .1- p.ivlni: Is I'. mi oiilli In Calvin No. n fmni AlnUa In Antlers has heen ciiinnleteil and the clli- .MIO.MA CITY. oct. IN n' a lax d.....I land Hhl.-h has h. en lerr.-d piiyinenls Ii) nf the xrclliill of III" stale around Antlers are now L-nlna to Oklahoma City l.v way of Ada. This hluhway Is Inrr. th" (raffle thninuh sreatlv. With the comidell'.n of No IS tiincll more traffic will he ronl.-d Hiroiiuh here M In repo-l. under way I" from Stratford Ihnnuli this Is cert. lln ni.w will ch on .-old Hi" Male is plllhlblled. Ihe state "U- pr.-me cnurl held today, uddln- Ihat the till.' t" the properly re- main-' wih tin- i-..mmission. The ,1 .-i-i.'ii wa-. in th'' appeal of Ma.v Nevv.-i.iiie: A. liohl-.on "f iililalnima eoiinlv an action In I title to estate. OKI.AIIOM CITY. Oct. '.I' Decisions Issued hy I In- slate Mipi enie court: U. Kliensehmblt ill vs. lianl.l W. White, if al; TnNa; i recover SI..VHI on an ac- and remanded. I.. Morgan, vs. WiilU-r C. suit In recnver fnr airi rmed. Dillman el al vs. Lena Milt for i. nil I' eminl I Kov i Duke'; i labor; I M. MIAMI. Okla.. Oct. I Wllh a lurue pereeni o nllne coming from ril> resld'Mlls. hiiylnu at clly lillln .stations and iisiim Hie fm-l nn clly sir1 els, II does not fail- to "the Miami cnniniU-lon.'i and Mayor W. L. linsh that Hie entire fniir-cenl slate la-v should he divided h.-twe. n stale and county ernmeni-. After discussing Hie mall' r for several week- ami ciinducllii- ronslderahle reM-arrh nn Ih'1 pnlnl. Hie Miami rnnimi.--lntn-r-! i Mited In launch a legislative i prouniin at the "slnu of Hie fllilalmma hv-Mat m.- in an 1 attempt to a share .if Ih.- state sasnllne tor Hi'' munlrl- paliti'-s. the slate niilnnin- Idle llrense money Is dhid'd h.'- i I ween stale, coiinly and niiinlci- pallty. "We expert lo Hie coop, r- atlon of our local land senator In this project, and df course should uet coiisld- silppnrt from a many nHn-r rllles In the stale." U.I. Knsh said. "II Is JiM that Hi" rllles should a share of Hi" money and I 1" ii-ve I he; will d'. 1 I (III I I I'Vltll (I t i n l i vielory tlirmr-li th" American act. thus and by emplnyllig depriving thousnnds-of American the hook "latenient plac- in illi'-i..! progressive "lahoo" p-e-ldcnl Hoover. former ,v.i nor W ilt.-r .1. Kohler. wh-i .lied th. senator's brother. Philip Lafolltiie for re- iiniiinillnii. and John II. Chap- lin- Ashland editor IIOM d mil P.lalm-. v..i vid'Mil. S' iiiilm- Lafnl- cars. The collcgr' gels maiiy from Hint section of the state, and a gnnd road would bring even mon-. Ihosi; study the matter say. Oct. i.ll --Ueglstiatlon for Ihe Novcm- her S elections opened through- out Oklahoma today mid close Friday. October i Mcl'add'ii; Washington irent; affirmed. 1 L. V. Davis al V-.. Spurrier Lumber companv Payne; suit In recover of dvvelllnu; 'levers, d and remanded with dl- jreclions. I May Newc.imei A. M. linli- !i (Iklaliom.i; Mil! In Illl.- In rial estate; affirmed, i Dewine Ulee.trlc company v. I A. A. lilker; Tulsa; suit for commissioners OFIMIOMV CITY Oct. .Mike al; Atoka: DlsbarmiMit over establishment of a live- have been Marled here ngatitsl stuck district: reversed and n- Oi-hin Pillei-nn. attoniey-pnllllc-l manded with directions, lan.'lollowlng an Investigation by. Coy Ward vs. Iialpli the bar board of gnv erm.rs j loll; .-emlm.le; still InJurl into Hi" part lie Is alleged to'sustained In mitnmnhile accident, ilmve idaved in a inad-hmise con-1 rev ers. d with directions. Irnv.rsv las, r. Cmnmerclal Casualty Insurance pleaded guilty last cmnpany rs. S. l.i-nbers; Iiils.i. September lo a charge nf m-ailll j suit tnr rent; affirmed, .'with Intent in kill and was fined) Cluncey M. vs: Iflmi. lie admitted striking IlilllDowd; Kay; allmnny siili 'Strong. road house lied and affirmed. with a pistol. The bar hoard I application plans In hear disbarment acciisa- lions late next month. ISSW TICKET upper part nf t hi- lt lias wanted for 2 s. Oct. OKLAHOMA CITY. on Hi" of the Okhil'om.i Natural corpnr.illon for reduction frnin i; in 5 cent In Interest rules The pursuit of n all utllltv deposits was set for never will he lost as loni: hv the corporation com- dentists maintain a mapazlne liiilnv. "lllltl- and Llvnus Merle ATLANTA. Oct. [Hearing on a habeas corpus pe JKFFF.USON CITY. M" 17 il', C.uy It. Park. >'.'i old Plait" City Circuit to- day w-as nniinliiiously nominal' '1 fnr Ciov'-rnor of by th" demncratlc slat" committee. II" fills the vacancy by t i" death last week of Fram-N M. Wilson, nominated in the stale primary In August. Only a. short time before committee met. State Senator Ilmwll I. D'armont of Cape C.lrarilcnu. H'e last formldabb' candidate against Judge Park, withdrew from the contest. Lloyd Stark, nurseryman of Loiil-dana. Mo., another contender for Hi., nomination announced his withdrawal last night. h.i ir in t y mi ,e-cap" n.ni lianl. H MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. '.V i Minnesota's "fiisl man." (i skele- jton dl-covered last summer ami i believed In mme than 20.mil' years old. i- a wnmiin. It was found by a liUhway icoiislruciion crew I" under the sill of an "Id lake In Oltei I Tall cnnnly nml aroii-e.l wld> Inl-resl among scientist- bcraus- a prospect I hut H might prove thai humans Inhabited Ih" UPP'M was annnun-! Valley before the pas- W. C. Hughe-, i Hie last :'i Hi" l.o.-ud nf affairs.1 Allierl i: Jenks. h.-nd id n: !'irni'iiy was ni-iit the rnlversllv of Minnesota nnth- j.ill.-r but was ills-, ropohigy department, announced thi-ei- v-ars after Hi" t today that h" Has iief rmlned .if a suspect in Ih.- J 7T..-I definitely that tin- skeleton Is rican-Flrst National u ymiiig w-nnian mid that there Is evidence, still Incolicltl OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct Th" appointment ol allnin as d> ;.uiy warden r.inlte w -d IM.IT Theie wan an audible sllr in coiirln...... when County Al- Inrin-y read mi" nf llenb-'s ver- ses In bis hrld" which ended: i "Oh. wh.- can't wo be free." J The Immaculately iln-hii.il preacher and bis th" lat- Ier heavily rouged, smiled when prosecutor Oldliam presented copy of 111" "suicide mile." WnlHi-v. Ihe former police chief who testified Ili-rrli- admitted In- HOMAHT. Ok.a.. cl. i.r.mi members of the I. O. O. F. lodge and the. Ueb-kalis, attended the second session of the three day grand >r ___ ___ lodge assembly here today. I'ltCM'll SOl.DIKItS The rhlcalry degre.i was con- UKVOI.I'TIOX ferred on M. Klghl of. PAIMS. nd. (.T-- A plmpi" Senlln.l. lh" nam.-s nf Justice Thnm.is Andrews lives dur- the stale supreme court address- ,lf vnrkUiwn l.'l ed Hi- as-mlily last night. unveiled Mrs. Viola Crlsler of i-eiHlilng H.'ll. home ol U-r was elected president -r c.-, Leglm. Paris. H'-hekah's paKl presidents. Mjir> (t 'j" Am robtiery. slice, eds It. llniiser, who resigned several weeks agn after the e-cape nf nearly a scnr" pn.-.oners In a wholesale The new pnty warden been a r-olicitor for the Mine Valley nn Iv n er, uovrnor w-paper. Murray's week- ____ I lion hy which Al Capnne. fnrmer sanu overlord, seeks his from tlf federal prison here, the was postponed today until ,-eek nf Nnvemher 1-1. C.IFS Kan.. Oct. OKLAHOMA CITY. oct. Traders' State Hank was posits of tin lake which offer mime evldcnc. that the skeleton limy' have been there prior to th" mnvenieiit 'if n glacier over th" urea. iVHh III" skeleton there was found a crude gger mad'- from all antler and a pendant, nf shell. A Toronto man, blind for years, regained Ills sight after be- Inc hli suddenly on tin- head. _II< must have suffered appointment. OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. (I. O. T. lOdmlsnn. iieKro trus ly at stale's prison, today re- ceived a year's leave from ernor Mnrniy. Kdmlsnn was com- rnltteil Hire.- iiKO to nerve life h.Milence for miirdiT In connecilmi with u fatal accldnit. A KnnsaH City attorney wrote ijnvernnr Murray the prisoner will Inherit properly. Pitts testified th" oilier day that sh" attends mo- vies, not even her own. W" sup- pose that even n taxlcah driver irets bored with his own work now and then. .M.F.Ivlmi II HOll.MIT. Oct. '.IV-C. McKlvlna. Norman-, WIIH elected craml master nf th" oklahnmti I O. O. F. at tins cmiventlofi here tnday. Wllhiiro Cartwrlsht. .McAlesti-r. was clinsen deputy grninl master nml ChlckaMiii won the grand Indge nsscinbly. Pa. wan most upsetting Imr. hand stood her on her lu-ad until Htm almost falnU-d. Tlmman II. Fisher Indlcati.'d In lontlfylns In a divorce unit. The court ncr.....1 awardlnc a divorce on of crui.-lty.
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