Ada Weekly News, October 27, 1932

Ada Weekly News

October 27, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEW S NUMBER 31 JOIN THE THRONG FOR BERRIE FACES LIFE ANNUAL WINDOW SEARCH Assault With Intent to Kill Is California School Declares Waging War A^ainil Four Horsemen of Republic can I readership MORE SPEECHES MEDD May Appear Next in New York And New England For Final Effort Charge Resulting From Shooting Bud lawMon, living a to ID* south and on** west of Hart, is charg*-d with assault w11ti intent t'« kiSi ai th** result of th** wounding of Cly J oil mon, also a resident cif Bon5of oc county, Sat- Faked Kidnaping Confesses To Forgeries At the top of this page you will find a number. Bring this number with you to Ada Monday night and see it you can find j a number corresponding in any of the store windows. It you do, you can go in and get the gift that accompanies the number in the window. Numbers will be uncovered at 7 o clock. E f Convicted of Wife Murder; At- Crop About Half of Normal torneys W ill Appeal to High Court ,    I. r    l    £.    The    Rev.    Stephan I here are two numbers outstanding tor each gift. one *n|todav far,.d jif LOS ANO ELKS, Ort, 25.—LF) From a prodigal husband who failed in a plot lo disappear a the supposed victim o .lf I VO d , s. atli* iii: I und** an- rea( hing the store with the correct number will get the gift. MTS KOHLE. a Ii *r nam*' Kl ifda/ ni«ht. Johnson was right should* r, hod bv two from an old tm wounded in w I ic*Vt was 5 cha? g#*s of //!♦ Ioadin ii i W K , 1 of fin tin, alb ;«*d to i«i f; * d by Law o Loc mu was ar: .Lire S XV Hill •-ace. a rid bomi ave * n di atoned Monday J listjc«* of toe s* I at 11.ooh sclu to I Hi iperint* jail pi IS* »n« r to ta r% colli '♦•ssioti boa \ t o .hid** a in.i f • iv * SJI*. II. V pp* I mg at t Hr I XU fumy I l*i- xx it* . < div * . Lu !,• la •ss t*»r if burglars this paper and fine in I he Ada Evening News reaching the store In other words, if you have the right number for any gift there (let. 2d —LF) Mf hen Beride imprisonment for Fhe first one the poison death of 1 sis first wit**. fin **i W ii !* f r, to ta I g ti noon for app adance in *11 tnet court. A bu: v Mobley and Ham ( I obi -• ti pleaded guilty when arraign'd befoic» Hill on a charge cif s«*c-ond ft • r< marry at Ii A t* * iii ready t rd na d<* not iii; IiI at Ii; t ii I t Pa arr i>i in to ai a im ut ail) re lo a<1< U t* -ort • « t in di burglary, and timid 11 imtc• for appear-iti<t cfiiirt for o-n piipct or, past, you •et a and Convicted of murder bv a Jury of tits peers late yesterday, the 52 year old hymn writer looked down at his lh year old bride of five months and smiled. She looked up. her eyes brimming with tears, and tried to smile bark. Sh*1 went with him as <*l people arf* expected lf) be on the he was taken bark ti* th* pol e< ,    ,    *    Ii*'    lias    octupled    once    carli    Au. is    there    have always Been    great crowds    nsl I here    will    be fun, visiting, ghosts    and goblins. I Berri** mad*    no    public    com .    i f    i jj    merit.    His    attorney    '    -mid    * hey vie*    sin    <    ess! til in    your scan h tor a    niclclt n prize,    w o ii I ii    a^k    a    mw    trial    and    prol* iris I ably w ould app* a1 if th** request rn you i I tem n of t he a i lf* A or aft* **d<* I d« hum Id tile .trot t wiud I« >u* last ni; ll* can id in) received I*    *1*1* a i * d adit I * ail part was i ii A ‘for ll I ll lie it al “dine on fir row’ in hon* i in ruer v lorcli autor It • «• came »f N* w \lbaii v 1 it in id! Vt md I rom Out of North Brings I lunies of C hilling Hun Ioday a film ii •dei rn* rn • na I * • ii ta Iii * *eid IIH a a i . -a ■nit .** H* crowd for ti I it did 1 hat f a -or * w Ie n his pre-repulili r»2*t. S of all gov* rn -lid the f rep! e-a dfl fo * ne court la bora i * *Mid aiel Ada w intel o! a port Ii ll mill I    li.til}) ; fit a distinct taste fif today following arrival chilling wind out of the bearing rain and bringing intl B. Thomas, ndeut, became a today .> * vc! an- js only one other right number. I he rat e is between you and ‘ * i !*"1    *    the holder of the other number as to who finds the gift First. 11;* ! t o! a pproxl-    i    i    I    I J    I his \X indow Search is un annual event with the merchants 1 ’    of ni~ I C*f Ada. Cleat crowds Huron Flits wild J Vi had -;.*»ken \ streets Monday night, ti its scheme to Sylvia Wilson, the 36-y«*ir old head of Rf ndoudo Leach. f .Mil lid    .J    cd colin-j you will get a real tin ill out oi mixing with the boys and tv W . rrant s tnlalin between    mcn iv nun and I in."un sine*- Jafiu- , .ii v. I *•:»,**    ,    Anan He assisted the motive first to api culation and later to Ti-J n.incitfg his romancu w'ith MIhh, XX lino ii , which he aa ti last July j ami * iiil* d last week shortly (if-1 lee they had taken out a mar- I , bi . lie n *j ;i I KelsOP, Wash His attorney, George penney,I said lie would plead guilty ii an indictment were returned. l»*K*Ml’t l\iii*\\ W bv “I just don’t know why I did it,'* Thomas told Finn. “I began to speculate iii 1030, At first small amounts; then larger ones, jl ran i remember just how many warrants I forged; probably between Is.OOO and it IO,UUU. ret women down town next Monday night, c now to br here, and do not forget to brin*. at least, that pail fit it containing the number. Production But of Good Quality {I nett* I 'r-.I.i' » I * i it J } Loading out of the first car of peanuts to he shipped from Pontotoc county this fall was in procress today. The i lean ut crop is reported to be about half of normal production for the county hut tho nuts are of good quality. Lack of seasonable rains is beld res po ti si hie for the short crop this year. Most of til® peanuts shipped from this county uh to limo, Durant and Denison. There they go through shelling machinery and come out clean and undanta-'d, ready for sal**. - Some r* turn to tins count - to be -old for ust* here. COLLEGE REM 3 5 ii bi .lilt I tt And • ani ll \t lo f*k »• v* av Ad Wonie chief- It Im d 1 * t * a now .I w » e governor. th* word 11 MI *M* M * ttiMF ti a HI i wav ed and ct* an *i k« co (I dew ti Im I * M id d .1 > ill|!| ta IHI * d mr- rd. lids I** r S ll l f It”I* i*r if* b* You tel I .re In*’ lilly to heard. I yreat smiling State- ! a v ail at to I • «i of t be .part a 42 debtee drop in temperature. Monday afternoon the gov eminent thermometer reached 64 degree*, warm weather for the latter part of October, and accompanied by bn-bt sunshine of Indian summer. B*'Iore morning the north wind had driven th*’ official mercury dew a to 42 degrees, dashed a Cold rain over the city and when 11*** resident awakened, showed I ann heavy skhs ami promises at fill t lo r downpours. Tin se promise- were fulfilled la! «*i in Hie morning when a fine rain hogan blowing out of t be north, borne on the wings of t ie wind which brought the clouds -currying over, and at lo 3u o'clock came in for some tune a! a hard pace. Out came ov« trout this morn in- ami the gray outlook of I! ** skies looking like colder weather vet to come. made moi'* lo - j ci hie the impression that it Is and \ d leu ca - ii ll** SI t iou He check t riv e< he unfolded pi- I rom his pocket.** and faun ill story, he $2,600 151 checks, which ii rendered to of tile thefts. had carried (Im > vvit Ii him silo I to disappear repay a por tal now tun**, fo* W O! se. A it hough • artier days i all of el a at [or such sp* I ti*»t as cold as some of this fall, today has trie a rro rn pan.’un g r*galar winter nortti- t a i lo*! VV I i In* I *»ur ll**t«*«*io**n out a > . moving iown will) mu more Bort lo rly b> duck ii lint* to bring rat iii- tow1 ways befur* i’onJ*h*1 tire of ter ah* ad also I !)«* foi *• w it ll f cold wind and [ti o er (iklahoma -out'.waid h«*aIing ie intensity on stat»*s. is tmilrded " - w!i ii favor a more **f th*’ mi-to oklahoma water-t h** S' a son is i*a st. th* kind of wan was brought to an apparently cash. ami » Im * coil ic lit days .I all*-!' leaving a meeting of <! i -ennui board at his horn** sn p nosed I \ to obtain im * <1«ti doc u 111 * * i! t s at his of fie* His ot f ice | was round in wild disorder and .    a- at    Hi st    sought on th** I h* im y h* had -ut pi iscd burg la i - w lo* k id rn* iwd him. Mi I, th lie d rf tv *» I o t Ii*’ La « ,h<> mo I ll We t iii an a utoinobiI*’ vv !,i< i his wi! - Ic Roved I"' had ■ old    There.    uu*b r I Im* name of E *i*    -    muw**od. tie obtained a Ii..    . to ma* i >    Miss WHI son hilt i, ta, nod ll* re v nluitt a lily without rn iii vin iii*’ iii when lie I,-ai ii* *1 his subterfuge was di-- t ■> iv* I * d . * ’oui* "‘•*'*1 Mr    Thong. .md    o! t he    t lief I s    short I v    a f- i■ r isi<alid’s ret ani. Hi* COB sed to Im r and sh*1 ins!' ted he ■ a "cb a u fir* ast *>!    **'«*rv - .* recounted the ®m- • anent, a stats of warrants ,    a* * *i '»•    • oi * him a lid    Ie '    o*it i he    tor-' <1    document . Poi e Hie sl-natures **1 his as s* icia! es. \ i n l iii** girl in Sea It!*' ♦*!> a part of the plot to " and live us Slier Usual Attendance Expected for Governor Determined to En-Teachers Meeting Thins-    force    Orders    As    Lon"    As day, Friday    Possible RUS! PRflERH ARRANGED WIEL CLOSE OPEN WELLS Homecoming Game Friday Producers Act Without Waiting With Southeastern Entertainment Feature ll I >«!«•*als disclosed sir ma!’ t bin h**z> w a -son vv a i * 11 ll ll IIM I i "Mal v as in* .ii” as VV 00*1 I a k re i*‘ roble Ty t , 1 * d **| st a; »•*! th*’ and kidnaping b* hive her only run away a-ti would have M ll d* tad! genera I w inter na! ion fam ii ie i in ii iii. lop** wit! Im so that - can that t lo - iff* fin Im* kept amit her lot of mild t he Of need• alumin my wit*’. I I could not i’ people roil. cled OII lier." was bul a way 1'» jail.' ,»l. m si "I am pi oud of I I ae hoi I Im coinage lo, ,,nd l ac* w ha * he ha ~ PM Thursday afternoon t *• sex«m | teenth annual rn*' ting of teach 1 ers of the East Central district will begin when the department • *tf super! ntendence up et s. By Thursday night th** con-vent ion of teachers will h* * > j filii swing for the busy pro'lam [ which w ilt not com** to a clos** until Friday night. AI tenda nee til is yea*’ i * \ p< cl cd to Ie as hen y a ii rn!. wit a hundreds of teachers from eve rv ! part of the district cornin into Ada for th*’ im ' lines to u doh they look forward ev* ry fall wit nj pleasurable antlcipa: on.    i Registration and reunions will: occupy many of th** visitor:    !<> a tim after <hey ar av ••. be!O’ they s**ttIe into th*- business of th*’ meeting. XII ileum I melds Me«-t Every department of soh* cd work is represent'd on th** or** gram. National and stat* educators will take part and t ** t*achers t IkuuscIv es will s' ai*1 in the discussions o' ]>rohl* n s ai I developments in Heir r* ;*♦*«•» iv ■ fi*’hi< of education. Convention activates will n•** Im* confined t •'    depa* t mntul nie* tinus. hovrevcr    T .**re wa!! b> a dramatic pfsentation. a ma :<»r football game, a banquet for t .*’ sn p*'rint * * n d«Mi t s ami principal and a dance pi" 'am for Hie entertainment **f th*’ visitors w <> Fo*- Mandate of Federal Court KILGORE, Texas. Oct. 26 LF) ■sis more wells, in addition to th- 17 reported yesterday, were running vs ide open in the East Texas field today in violation or th** stat** railroad commission's proration onion. \! ifita iv antlion 11*~ at head quarters here said. however, that Hie/ would h** closed and s*al*’*t amt charges filed against their * •: * * ra.tors. Wells found to have jointed their allowables will not he allowed to produce until sur-Mundin: wells have produced an amount * qual to I hat ii!* run, they declared. . is denied. District Judy*’ XA J. Crump an pounced lo* would pronounce formal sentence next Monday. * j A Her forma I * atroce, lh* pa- ( tor will be taken to tat* - pin on j at McAlester, pending th** outcome of - a pMssihh* appeaI. Th** vi rdict of I Im• ju ry w as r* reived with silenc*’ in a crowded courtroom, in which t1 •* sb nd**r. , dark complexioned mini ter <* n * I his pretty dark * wed ; iii w if* 1 were t tie cv 11 osu re. .I«• ss Doyb’. f.M iu* r constabl*’. vv Im* was iui.’iiian ot th* jury. said I Im* jurors agreed upon Her ria's guilt on the first ballot and argil • a1 whether to asses- (bath in the electric chair or Sib’ imprisonment (luring the remainder «»! their de liberations, which larked but. lf* minutes of consuming 2 1 hours. The conviction wa* based upon circumstantial evidence that, lier cie poisoned his pi yeas obi wife, I Mrs. Fannie Bert ie, last March. in order to pursue his romance I with I!' year old Itta Be - s Bright, whom ii*1 married May it. I Mrs. Fannie Ben ie * I i * ** I in con vulsions March 21 after I akin: a serative capsule al a church sci vice. The state alleged Berri. , whom ii pictured a "a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” substituted poison for the sedative, which Mrs lift 1 fie. ii! for months, had been ac custom*.! to using. \ iii u rd**' indict iii* ut w a • re turned bv a rand jury Xii .ti I '*. six days after exhumation of t'.*■ body of M r ■ Berne at the requ« « of hor sister. Mrs. \. (’ Trott*r **f Sentinel, who I e u i H ed Berri* ’ apparent lack of grief at hi- wife's death a nd hi sn I q m n i « a 11 v ally mn ’ ’ i<!' *’ arou -• d conum-ni I Slate's **hemisi r* po: I<at "i»**i -> SOCIALISTS TOO LITE IN PILING Supreme C ourt by Dix pled \ ote Denies Order to Place Names on I icket Louis >. Dav idson, in com national guardsmen in He* visc*’ta \ doubt* offer***!. Ti Col iiiiin*! of the Fast Texas field, declared to day ti .it with 95 per cent of th** oil opera! on anti pipeline companies cooperating with authorities in i heir efforts to keep production within Wounds, he believed iii” situation soon would be Jon sufficient to kill” wa found in OK LA HOM \ (MTY ,    <><"    2 *,B Socialists will not h* r* i* «> ; sen ted on th** Nov S en* al « led ion ballot hi Oklahoma. By a vole of five to four, the state supreme court today denied application ot socialist officials for a writ **f mandamus to coni pel stale election bourd officials to print na Hies of their pi*, -id* ut jai dodos - on th*’ ballot. Chi* I Just ic** I ]. F. Ic stet* and Justices Fletcher Riley. Charles Kw i min 11 and Cullison dis a nt*’*!. Justice Edwin R. McNeill wi.u*’ the decision in which Jti tires J, VV. (Ma ' Iv. Robert Hefner. Thomas \ nd lew ami XX ti Kona iv «***n I *‘U s r* <1 Tile court held that “no pel .»n shall be allowed to becoilli a can did att in th*’ general election un less Im* has complied fully a nd coni plot 'iv w itll provision el lh** I primary la vs ( It t icial I eee; lilt MMI *»f I Si* pi* I I V in this stal*’ was net obtained un ti! alder I he primary elections when a pct11ion was fib ti w ith t im* secretary of -tat*’. I’a Tty officials elaiHied I lint because ti” v w • s *• uoabh to place candidates in la** primary election, they wa re * * ii I ill cd I ** cpl* • 'ii t a t n»n in th** « net 1 a1 cled ion ; "The [ii Hoary law of public policy of this st,tie a lid its pro • visions are mandatory aud con trollin oil all political parties of Itll*' slat** and nonpartisan fundi i Will Open Final Round of Campaign Friday Ni"ht At Indianapolis I MAV SPEIR IN WEST Bein** Urqed to Make I our to Embrace Home State of California WASHINGTON, Od 26    >    Tn President Hoover prepared to da., to wind up Ins campaign for re-election with a series of •speech* a, he. inniu at Indiana polis Friday night, that may keep him on Hie road almost ronthm-i onsly fr*vin now to election day, I XX ii a thr* ** sins de s definitely I scheduled for Hie next five da/a, th** president was considering; proposals which would keep him on the train aud speaking plat fo*ms throughout the final tea > .ta v s of t he cam pal git. He will leave the capital tomorrow night for another swltt j dash into the middle west to I speak at Hie Indiana capital amt ! then hurry hack to Washington to complete address*^ already ai ranged for deliver." Monday af-t* moon at Newark, \ J and in V w Vorb City that nigilt. j ll is plans bemud that still ar** i tentative but his aides are urging proposals ranging from an other tour Of the hotly disputed middle west t<* a sweeping traits continental .win that would ear-r, him to hts bom® at Bailo MIO, t hi I for • lect ion da v. Tentative plans to speak in Hhlcago Saturday before his return from Indianapolis, wore abandoned by lh** chief executive vt let day in ordei In allow more Hum drafting Ills Selva k amt New X ot'k addresses. His friends sa, Ii*’ considers til** latter on** ot lh*- most important **t til** en fir** campaign barreled d* fens** was* ti mony supporting the theory that Mrs lh rn* had died j of natural causes was advanced, ,    ..    .    .    . ,    nf    dates. ti,, court hi Id. “There is no law authorizing ■ th** (lection hoard to pine** upon i n ta rid. Well Ii- announced an additional troop oi iou guardsmen had been I. rd * red to report for duty at headquarters. 2*. n ,! I Ii im hav e laid aside bool the time being. an*! rule or I bt d d bit ion ,1 w * dr, s, I IIH * i Ii*I I ii REVIEW LEI CISE \ a 11 *»ti Probably Means I uke I « ( .del S*»n Most Serve Sr U te rn c Robbery Series Brings Arrests Of Alleged Gang sheriff Bradley and D* puty Borock Of Stillwater, Okla., left Tm sday for that city after making a series of arrests in connection with a number of thefts H* adq natters *.r * • o la lion i I hi im 11 ion \ or j a t ion will b* iii Room 2"7. /< ion*** Ha* . vv ie 1 pay ail im tn h* i s i hon Id r* ' i t *• Hie member hip f««* if < i ha i not already been dom1, amt s c i,, room assignments. Friday afternoon from it '.n *<* ; o'clock a dane* program sponsored by the physical edueat’on : department will bo in *>ro.:r*    -. I) XLI. A's, Tex., <Jet I'h* l • .it < ast ’I xii1 oil I bod, • M.taein. *‘V* ial counties, .-eeth- * I v.!' i mu i « st today as a result *p    a    ted    nil court decision    d**- * ’ a • m    inv alid    oi d» :•> of    I Ii*' 'I    iaih    *»a*t    coniiiiission    en [orch _ pr*M ai ion of (.ii production in that ar* a. Wit*- Gov IL s. Sterling s* ut additional Texas rang* rs «nd sip?. miliHa Mil** t he t i* Id, I tm if)-    to r* inforce «    kel* ton foi.** i t* i* tor lh*' past year un* <i    i ,.    de*'-in ration of martial    law, h    id*    r    Cli Imp    pendent pi od UCI UP * [.    .    ‘    C.t 11* d a Tit .I • MI*    'tin •    lhi    t at Ty let' i*» con    dder i' at iou. \ i    Hi*    ta i t i * * tune. many    per- *l0Ctors poin’in out I to **ffeet <u ti I*’in ta was -ini ii. r to thai of the alleged poison. Biff B ’ti”. Ho* minister's 2<’» year * *! * I on, supported the suicide theorv, based upon a purported suicide note signed "Fannie Berne,’ with test imonv that it bottle of poisonous medicine which be used to combat hay fey*” had been inn im. -nice befur* his mothcr's death ,    'I'll*- stat*' as .rf* *1 Hie -Hind* ‘note" was a forgery. Bi i ri< *s p* nchanf for rhvmin; fi; tired prom im silly i n Ho* t ria! A fat packet of tov* port* (Bv writ!* n !*\ ■ ver him wi f* •’ tim s ■es pur-to Ida .- death, ti “Hi, *‘c. iv ii* ju <* < Vt Hat ■«l (.aim* 3 o'clock th' KV|**‘( f «**l * it-cisiv*1 cia Im iii t XA \ SIIINGTtt: to J NY I* ref ation *<f meant an an Thus It tool xv a - facing ( *1 No hone-dI v can app) t,*( tics it t ait nipt to * peopl * I that day ami g< I lit* g(tv*" ii' rtitifid* *n< " Xnd so, lug back, ha work af v * my i trip through a < Trout w hat I -•* | know, I know caus shall rise f We \ tm* r I cars despair XX t* a things aud with \ i •cf t < ! of L I Ta vi< her OI I r *t I'*da ik* I.*. >u< a*i Ci MI ply Ti Davis t moi sd Cl w < ii-.* d k !« IIM that ■ i in I he irons we rom de st rip shall cot re I a (hng coo f idence a OI and hat IMW WF *"* n* w > catto w hid ii drat for assault near Scottsboro, t v* o Weeks I * i'< Pl* on in the > ,* n to lit* ne* t WO A la ba s wit! tiler**, They took with them Burrell McClure and his wit", w Im wen* ut* sled in Pontotoc county. to loin tm ne <*’ ten other individuals air* ady being held. According to tile officers, household goods stolen in a s®r- i, s; of robberlt s around Stillwater had Iren <tor* *1 in Rev elal pine* s. including Shawnee, cum-* h aud Xslier. Tvvi* more persons wore still I*, ing son lit if) connection witli th* raids, The officers by Tu**s-da had r* coef ’ ed many articles w hich had been reported stolen. DI M« H K X i ii w hit* acc* pf deal*** Sh* ad «»f tiitil is a soni* what Indefinite schedule of speeches in IP.-t 'n. New York and pet »apR cither cities of that important area. Quit* a few finding * tup " the anew ploy tn Greatest refit! invested N ii s* * IU I ** nt survey situation. i»** iii; nt action on the ca-* until No-iiihiT 7. at th** eat Hest. Th** court today also set a*1 riisai bv a three court fed* court to pass on th* validity th* Kentucky gr<>-- -ai* »*f I :*3ft, and sustain* d Sylvania act imposing eight mill- on the gross r* c* tv* *1 bv stock life CMiupa ivies. a 'Nine leaders of the iud* j» iidenc* movement a * r a I of j ■s tax law I the Benn-I a tax of, pr« mi urns! insuranc*' i eig I GIFI Els! i QI INTONE, Ort 25. V They nam**d tiieni    Roosevelt, Garner ami M .n ay    h« cause they ore "democratic triplets. Born a w* ck ago the trio were I named today and the fathei. !(»-<ar Hood, notified Governor Murray of    the party’s new bloc. * "Fattier and mother are both ull-btood* *1    Choctaws. These * <if the foot bait season ’»* f vv * n the Savages of Southeastern ami the Tig* i- of Fa.*-! Central w ll begin, with hopes of th*’ visitor-ff»r a conf* r**nc* chaui{*i**n-hip bin ing on the oufcom** of the Home* outing gat®*'. End.* \ night the Ka ' C»*t Ira! Flayer® will pres1 nt "Mr-. Bump--t« ad-lad - isa sort a I c*»nie«ty In ihr*e ac i -, for the visiting teach-Te- * rs. Only '). K. \. Tmunhers will I he a«l iii it t * ii f «* fbi- performance. Members of t • • En st c* nit ii Alumni association will m**et Friday morning a* v ’.«* *»c!ock in Room 56. Administration building. fur election of officers and consideration of the program of the organization for t «* coming /ear. Tile officers will have an interesting report to mak** to rn* fibers on tit*- wor and accomn i- i-inents of th* a -or la lion during the past v**ar. sourest Hit O' ! I h. t*. Kl * * a !1 u I that an orgy of !i n a, Ti- *j pi od net ion in t lo- fi* Id i v! * 11 • i th** Whole system ti H *1    I1'    od Tiction. d* im • *t . <*v**i ii*»r va iHi pl* as fur a ■ seel of th* k’gi-hit llP* cia i st I I ll Im - ii th*1 *1, vt' tlaiiHy it*    ;,r*    v< rn *jh ninu Ih* i n iii taw. Guards ot patrolled the any operators w* lls to pro Bess before his fit-t was read. with such why can t vv * bi Ire* 1 I « p* rial e mph a -is by    t ii CU I MUI \ book !* t e‘ ver-*    vv    it ten    to hi* fir t wife on their 2Mb w*    *1 *j i u anni vet aiy a ( Hi *•* in h* 13, which san; of “ X ’it** old a • of Im* I * D v dav . ’ wa.- introduced bv i he *1* fen se. < u t ii. niaM v ri'Ureb !* v rnn B* i ri» wrote, his "In th n I a Ii Kami. probably is the b* f known. Fnfrorkied bv his Cum)** rhiu'i Preshyt * r ia n yn**«l f*» a I [eg tat heretical teactiing, B* Tri* ave not ic* of appeal last week t*> th* general assembly of ti***    church, although during ' he <*i; hi-day trial lo told rn vv pap*>* tm n he Oi l. r would a*‘C* pt an«»t h«T pa ♦ orate hilt would t arn t*» evatig* I* j ism. Til*1 minist**r blam! I troubles upon "maticiou’ ■ ers.’’ <1 id not t« stify. I i u*st I** Speak Iii t lilt«i?» Chica o Is at tin* top of the ti I of cities in which Mr. limo ♦>r Is being urge*! to speak after tits New X oi k trip. Other* include Springfield, III., Mlnm-apolis, St. Louis amt Kansas City. A I«»ti” I«> the west const probah Iv wouhl Ipclude speeches at lien ver amt one of th** norlUw* stern cit ie®. As he Inn nettly worked today over his Indianapolis speeeh. President Hoover kept silent *»o tis subject, hut his tildes pre dict**! Huh lie would again street t h*> * *co ii oui ic polities followed bv his administration. The president wilt Im* accompanied to Indiana I*. Mi- Hooves and as on his three forme” in vast ohs of th** iii iddle west, wilt make a series of rear platform appearances with her «* ti rout*-. Th** Itinerary had not been completed today, hut one of th*’ routs under consid* tattoo was I brough Parkersbu rg and (‘larks burg, XX * si Virginia, to Cincinnati aud other Ohio CBI*1®. Mr. Hoover has already crossed *.*. ! % .tate on t his route at * least one#' during Iii*’ past weeks, hut his aides wer i tem pl Hie to select an * that would carry him I list of cities, Three Hum s already. Mr. Ho** -*»r has campaigned through Ohio* twice in West Virginia, and once in I ml ta na. IL trip to New York Monday Miner aud f amily Warned by will cany tim over virgin ter i tory f* far a* (his campaign is concerned and will mark his first invasion of th** big eastern stales for which hoth parties ar** bul-Hinu warmly* Hie ballot for th** general *dect ion. na me- ot persons claiming lo !>*• candidates of a political party organized after tim* for filii1* a candidates for party nomination closed Socialisi bad'Ts hold that In** strict Interpretation **f Ho <>k!a ho ilia law would make ii impos Hide for a new party, foi which a ; demand mig hi .'iris**, to coni® into existence al!* i Ho pi im ary I ions. I* et - I h r* »* atli inerary hi a new ll. Odor <»t Durning I lee t<» Safety use Mr \ LESTER, XY.i i niu I * v I he burning f ti se, a from their horn Ort 21 I* act id odin of a tit in*’ family ran • at Dow , Ok la., Im*1 **l * J* dv . iiiiih de a rov* «1 f lo* hon »* Tig his 4 gO Sip- GD DU BHILDTS i;i.i St op**n field si* *n or lw)\ > tick trip w ill v of* in 1953/ s weight pounds. lh** democratic Hood wrote. The five, seven and OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 2* LFT Defeat of th* refer*ndum question providing for repeal of the oleomargarine tax law1 was: org*ti today by Harry B, Cordell,! president, of culture. "I believe excess of that allowed; (** railroad commission. * production permitted by* connu is si on at pr**s«*nt is mu barrels daily for th* en-J : i. Id j*! e abd *•*. na I iv. IO iv lo < aeh well. Th** allow- j has I a "it changed from tim** I me, and amit her hearing to! id*«r conditions in th** field' h* » ii set, for Novi 3. teen webs were report* d , J)a|jol mas wiimc me    *“ | fgai * d wide after fnfonnntlon of , p;OI NovoUih** 8 app**a I f7, v> eon? r decision reached the I pj*ohahl»* today as Gov. M or i ay «*n- €(j S*qt t ie railroad emntui.** jnounc**tl in letters to fro nd- that j wen! about the business Pf j be will a® btu it the «»l**omari. **rtne I WitH .. th* in In again, end Ho* referendum *pw sti<*n t<• a vet* on    , Fi**rson, chief investigator along with his income tax hk&G” • guarded th** commission, announced * alive    nu asor*    '    out    th* situation was quiet.    I    Th**    proclamation for ^ibmis- J    said    th* I OKI. A HOM \ (,F    \    second    I , ballot bids Im CITY, Or t*u -tutu Ut * for* I h** 2 t •nerat a few s* coml blast vin u a By * ;n |y i<*<!.* v The wlf* anti dan Ut* r of T T Norris, iii I tier employed sh the non union Milby Dow win kin; I wn injured by fly lit e glass and wnod plintef . I D was the third such lib*.-! in th. iou con I iii in* 11 i K* in this i region, Blate op* rat iv * s hogan an ■ Inten-* Investigation. Mrs. Norris. 50, arui lu r dang!) Mr Ed Un a br. Is’. 1 H tiro*un w hicli lar wa d. Th* Norris* - and th* ii *i • ii. ou r 11r* *1 early last flight morris afd un* on* outside an*! Snv# I smelled what h*- 4** Ii* v* *1 a dvnaniit* fu-**. lf*’ - ho it • th* woman to run hour lat**r a group of men F FIjOYDAD, t*-District J mb .as, Oct. 24 * K* nneth Bain OU) d* sun.mon* *f a Special v< nir** lo appear todav foi the trial of Mi It ti t ti K;*n*    **f Graham# charged uiHi th av*’ killing Of J A. Cunningham, 7 1, noted county ranch* r who employed her a ho»iM*keeper. Cunningham was struck about a dozen nm head with he sat at room of April 23. He had av nous* * for** nis (Et id#’ back of the an ax*’, appal* ut Iv a hts <b’ k in th*- living he- I amdt home, ta >t the board of agri-j^,^ mbi Groat iou w »*r* ar- ~|r*'*•'*• (*>    *nd    charerU !vv ii h circulating inf lammaioi v -rs for the amount I leaflets ** Wouldn't that burn wk’ Classified A "T ' i Engineers of th** department of agriculture have found thin water leaking from a faucet in a stream the size of a pin wastes about 150 gallons a <‘.iv Something we’ve always woundered about. * i owe It to the, dairy Industry of this tai * to see that the law placing a taxi on butter substitute $ PtU'B I It VV® | effect,’* Cordell said. * Sometimes it i- g* r* \our car :o get ha* ■ rain M* an while, with the decision! s»on of the oieomarg* Hue bill, for I.', which provides for repeal of the law placing a tax on butter substitutes, had not !»♦•* n fib d in th** s* cretary of state ?* *»fric»* early today. Informing they please-in* imur<*. th of Ho court not effective days, members of th#* railroad commission and th* attorney g* to raEs department conf* rr* <1. toes into isary to un vonr I fe»'t a r u - ii t iv Chainman C. V-Terre! of th** commission said th** • xisting regulations would be kept in force until the Nov. 3. th^m ,f|    f„r hearing. The commission in-! tax measure. -Ducted its employes to tak |    —    _    a court action against any persons Farmers annually wast* violating commission regulations, (bo*.on**,eon tons Cooler loads among od nun stalks (Continued or* Fag#* 7, No. I) figures near the home of Norris' Norris The eld**r Norris th** -ort s horn** through-night with a shotgun. H»* men remain'd    nearby most of th*- night. Tlu ir f* ar aroiis**d, many families were said to be pre pa ring to buv** the mining ar**a for homes of r* I alives in nearby counties. A lf# w families w* r« reported to Im fri*    fids    to    "vol*    j    paddling in s#df.”*jarde<i    camps on    th**    r*    f»    r*    ndum    . ^j-ound    th** inln**s, gov**roor advi-* d    —    a    — the Incom*’ employ« *1 M rs. Ram cep* i thr* *• week ft b* death. Bb*’ earn** to Texas from Bania I*. N XL. an va **rnig a n*-w-pa per ad»«*f H>*' • m*nt. She surr**nd®r**d *>n Ho* day of th** kiliit.g and at th** examining trial, lu r story w as t bat th** ag* ‘I man had attacked lur, an*l afterward, bef 15 year old daughter. FILI UNF XX * BIK I It lf \*> * MINK 4 26.* • ll XI I of straw Wed like to get on straw votes. DFF A NT, Oct J* • F Burled by a land slide, while    (standing upright *n a pip#.* 11 ne    ditch, j    OKLAHOMA    CITY.    Oct. 26    ~    A- s* Price. Texas Pipeline com- ILF)    Extradition    of    K.    W, Martin,    puny w**rk**r. wa r* * *u *!    within 260,-1 from Tulsa county to Greene,2d minutes to*biy II** received a and county Mo., to face murii r fmctur* *1 skull and jaw ami tw*» w>me I charge# Of grand larceny was or- broken ribs. but piiyaiclaaa sai*t dered by Governor Murray today, h* would recover. ;