Ada Weekly News, November 3, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1932 NUMBER 32 EHST TEXAS BIL Railroad Commission Enforces Proration Rules Pending Further Action MEETING CULLED Producers and Governor Will Discuss Next Move For Orderly Production Al 5 I* road lit ©MI 1 rou til 'I IN, attar I Tex • 'n n : , \< ii i*o ;t; nil i} fp rf I ai to LONDON POLICE FIGHT RIOTERS \ Posses Fail to Overtake Floyd • And Companions in Race | For Mountains    | SALLISAW; Nov.    2,—LFL— Three bank bandit-, two of WtlOtt were identified as Charles Arth- j lur ( Pretty Boy » Floyd, aud his j I lieutenant, George lUrdwell, to-j [day had made good their escape in the mountains north of Mul-j d row, okla., aft**r -i at* Bank of Sa 111 of J2.re;u in cash. Two posses, one Sa 11*.sii w off ie* robbing aa vest i the I a day j (.0\ va II I I HI HI Kilt AA tem ion of t Ii** Hid ti.....?r v ? :s© * -OU I ! Go V * four 1 rax is -en* duh'd try o’.< 1 ho .pear ’.ti Ro I f Fr id ay * • * ling I be pot© ut iii By fbi ti • roils ut ja; 7 0 clock t n favor of the pro c* 1 fain? v - i 1 round it I itu * 1 * I po-* «l in*ut lax bill Att ne - ll la t loll of I 1 od-i* lion vv .; Iii |H**IIS*' * ow ri is expected to ii* al about by a d* cl ton of »br* * - Ii I ti 1, *&¥> 11 * 1 - p« aking in on «■ ol era! pet; * ? hat t he T* \ i Til ll L, I i« -< cl if ii 17 * * He tat* rn w G ic* s composed of offic* rs, and the oiler is from Fori Smith, near Muldrow in F. S. No. 64. only to learn j notorious Oklahoma out-; Lis aides had \aiiishecl, I iapp,*r* utly 1liking north over ai Bitt. r lit I co a ii t r> road iiftn the mount ;i i us. not ;».u ?n ipat* I Officers expressed t Im- belief itoday that iii* bandits Intended 'to turn bael east towards Van Ll Will Close Campaign W ith Speeches in New \ aik And Brooklyn L Wino thousand- of bu turn r mare* r- advanced cm Hvri** Park. London. October 27, they wire joined by mobs from th* slum di-tric's of London who stoned and attacked a police guard near the Marble \rch. hting follow* d i-i w lich 77 Wert* injur* <1, ine)tiding a score of police. The hunger arilli* - did i j j ti,, ii 'n... Tm ne rn «in swinging police finally subdued the rioter- aud in t * is ca hi oil of the riot in .: mount* d and toot p*dice ma- he s« • n driving back the attack i ii. groups. I Oil* I c*»isiIii I - \ rn lid Ie * a him **« ©onomic w v- .• i d a 11 eel I ii J * I in !*.■«! ii i<* o lion v* a I • w ft a 1 lo PUI POM 0 ? 1 fin t 4 ! V tog ll* sour* • x. III ii I * 's ira I r* That ops Ilion a) oui • told . i*m*t« racy to disrupt 110 a r >i< dui (ri IU lia t 11 I K 1*4 r Wet I j ** 1 day 0 a total o’ 13 5 ,b66 barr* ? da i I ? < ii ? He W11 *• ii Held. Ip * *' J *' J . bv Ho* ( moult Ugh 1 * ii» rw * m v ti* < op* 1 a1 of Took a dx a I ;• 1 ojqMirt n n 11 v cr*‘a I • • •ri by <•«»? 11 ii » ’i 111 1 11! < I Iarray ii,Hit I* Ii housand** I Ada and \ us from Gal vin j Bui« ti, Ari wa being Buren and J-a id Floyd 11*:*<1 “hidd al o r sw<*o|*iiu sown hank.- in . and a close wa ten maintained at Van { Fort Smith. Officersl on ©v * ra I occasions ii out" hi Ark a ll a-dow ii on sinai I t)k la boma. It ll I I Oflllfllfu I opinion, I Im v w* er, to i*i on in i nu id Tex a i H< i I ti a t t•» ii I Int' tat.*. 1111 ii a .-a I lisa vc -till was In a stat * j :of excitement today. The bandi -, I swept into town just before noon; I yesterday, parking their car, aj 'clark sedan, in front of tin* bank,! \ within a block of win I •• Bert j ' I Cotton. S alii aw cinel of polio . J was it tin; in his automobile*. Persistent Drilling ^ ontinues in j * bandit:    worked with sue a moothn© I at Cotton was not tie robbery was in prob ity WA LTBR T. BROWN ALBANY. N. A.. Nm. 2. I* Governor Roosevelt today prepared for the final bld of his presidential campaign with a weekend of speech making In New York City. He ret urn cd to lh* capita! lat** last flight .IJi* r a whirlwind throe-da> motor trip through all of the -tx New I hi aland slat* ll** said he was “assured that all of th** New Ko land states would be democratic this fall. When lilt (I ut oft atle prest detitial candidati passed through the las! of th© Massachusetts citI es toward IO o'clock last night»j and enter* (I New York state the! record of th** Roo e\e!t campaign away from home was closed, j marc! On Thursday, Mf. Roosevelt I Streets Scene of Violence and Turmoil For Many Hours During Night NUMEROUS CASUALTIES Defeated Army Gives Up Attempt to Ctveri^e Parliament and Disperses I III.i Uti Various i iclds ()ver ( minty In** t ii an ifs I ti* Ie* Mi M f * fit I'* < U well prod i \ • d allow a I VI a I iii :< (Ii* d ii Ii** VI a ii tm* n\ I: ill IIC* *(| I* I 'is* 1 * I I I to ms*'! sin tile io • ;ir**d u' ■ t ic** of oil a lid ri \ eel at pii (lect as*    ll ll I ti ll IU ll rf opinion .t im! Big by th* I tilted (uuit on a dun at lilt p’ OI a ti** ti : * Ina I ut at Wed. iii- tat* rn* n‘ v ut .tin, it \ "t ti 'I lid I \ Jil l SS I ■ nuimal to , i • orgy * * I 1 (-,» im d th* J I • i a ,i s It* r * \ 11ion! tis ai**. Jo ITI st itll/.© a Ii i et Bitt o! tov a < .toratot a t Mall ii* * i ion of th* i**! po* t r I I tm Im I it* in «t« th** Ion dispt |< it * W hole sa Ie « id«*rs wa -• «• it IL I I ’ill I    t * V I Hid ll. t ah* Two ca • -per ti <1 f rom * I* detail rom t t lob I ib-cIi- toil ie i! I • * cun • • c up s I a ti* a r HHT*] Id ti* d I op a bat (iii development* continue Ii* ii and then in Pontotoc county with activity reported in Severn widely separated sections. A mon! th** developments reported recent Iv ar** th** following in th* lie be** field: Malott and others building ri in HW ti v nw of 2 * - 7» - 5, an ex tension north ward of about a mile. Li on and Todd, sw re se 2*»    5, standardizing on top sand about 1.7**0 feet. I a gdl) and Todd, ne se se of 2'* *i-5, moving iii rig for Inca t ion, He tied of 2K-5-B«n of fi lii w arc I < SH. Tit* bandi? identified as Floyd aud a yout! believed lo he Au. \ si** i;;Ii«*11. tate i ioitaaptry **-j cape, VK it i is -iii** the bank, while 11 he t hi rd !• Bidi!, irieniil i« «l a -t I Bi rd we! I, stayed outside with ilia w a , un. He herd* <1 more t1 ut a rio/a-n pa# • ashy ii to th** lob (•V of th* bank while tin robbery I * \ * }iaii aa in progress Winn th* twiii-«*lit I bal til*'' took Bob Big --S. 4 assi -1 a ti t cashier, with them to ».si* tai *• of i he cit v tt- a shield against bullets. a I h of Japanese Report Northwestern Arca of .Mali* Kuna HARBIN, Mneb it ria . Nev Ll* The .lapam*s* unlit; i v po ion in t h** not t hem hail ot vI chm ia was menaced tod,av a Chinese w > d g • • a i til* d from to a ad west al tho st ra I l ice v Tstl -aha r. Tit* opt ! 11 ion o i ai- wa d i* v* a noted in .la pa rn*#• iii ii i t a r v < p t disclosing that two Lier©* ba libs had been fought about In** nob north of Tsitsihar. aud t >a ne.se form s already ill cml: ol of port Ii western Maiiehnr i us massing troops aion bo vvi'sti rn end of th* Clilm way. , Tlo* two battle ( ommittee .Appointed to Se • tire Report on Needy Families <>t ( ounty ai hi rn rail re OI of of SW DW HW aud Tree 5, new local ion. durn aud Trees, in- -w sw -5. drilling at 1<»0 feet. I MUH 11 * ti a ti * of finn nit* *1 I OW Im at Tv i i tin iou tit < Hi it ce ll se! ti* i rob!, til ai ions d, “st© lint.nil to w a th** in out o * IM* tit of and if of tile act intl OI I* J' I gnu r Prod lei ii? and Refining Co ne se se of 2.* a-1, moving in rotary. I aik** Oil    Co . sw    nw sw    of nor, drill in*, at ll 2 a    feet. Bat -y oil    Co , se ne se of    2a 1 batling    out after    fi-liin (I Lf IN it 2,4: VV 11 showing of oil JO . a n d I ounty School $70 in State [exhibit V* ms air C ompc titmn a t* kudu w« ta - ,i!t*r II ''ill d i r to OI I *r o j .I * tin Im to I I ♦ I ll til? id (Hber local ions in the IP bee i field a?* repo fled to be pending. Some oilier activity in the county includes the following; Norris and Fleet born No. I In d 2# a *L cleaning and swabbing William' < t a1, in 2 2-2-4. at h I ,f*6o in lime. Blackw ll in lf 1-6. drilling ahead after setting 4,000,600 d Stint gas-Cf at 1020-10, Huddleston et al, in 20-5-8, I drilling at 1,100. Delate > et al, in 20 2-7, ririii-iii at IOO feet. ll us el Fink, in I ti 2-8. ‘ near border of Coal county, drilling iu ,n s 01114* at 2.71 a. FOHR BALLOTS FOf .lam* W. Huff, county superintend* tit . has received a check for $70 from the Oklahoma stat** fair at Oklahoma City covering prep i uhs won by the school ex-1 soviet bibi?, ’genera! ami individual, at j (ie ne rn I Su-tlie recent fair. re presell t s in gent r,tI I u sed , TI ut! *xpeones of !j the exhibit Of t Im* total, sir* three second places exhibits and will be -aid today . to de!I ay sending and preparing >Mii As there will Im .some J after that is dont. the ta ii ..tmh i wjii he kept for use school! j i ho j b tl I ! I . * JI I ti* int* OI (ti* ll** \"»i iiir*l l’rt**J Wit* ti si at e vol* - go lls T ti end av they will b* mi nim tint ot foil r ballots. It .•tin d* r i -ti**!* Mi ro I fled I 1, v i in < ord* , , I |• * 11 tx On** ba -u i a Iv e! tin plains. * I h* lid* d W list at* ca ii nrioi - a n I lid October Gasoline Tax Collections Show Increase TV < let. II* ct it*' (let**! tax Mel *** 11 OKLAHOMA Cl it'* Gasoline lax tim first 2* day* tab'*! $ xx* .ii t 7 as < X*;i.-rn 7 for ta Sept em In r. Ch* I rift ulab of th** state reported today. “The whole cent* vocal’s of i«*»i*r gas is that there is mbit violation and tax evasion pish comm* rates!, * By a1! of th** game, liter*' s mu abt d,* r t ed Wit lav i e , et! Col irnis> i* * i rn i rn tut r* i iii* pi* tv * nth and vice presidential t tie top still ame her w Bl »• » Me (|io lions Got lav s t • vt-. <i I he pi *M* * • ii v ar i ann** tax measure A fourth ballot wil nj,j,|, v ut caiididat* s : t IC*‘S. it I ti <1 i v MMI.*1 i VMI* (JU* St loot na rn* - of he d *»111 o rf I* s w it Ii I evidential i ii nu I ie ar th Mix btl of th* es at • I WO Mer d c itll* count t* ■ Ut sui Pi* d bv Will tie (pie \ Oil st I Mi ? oui of ad .MV. MMI. HOHE! SEI FBR Hi. It next year in th** county ,i i» it* citation. Ten school- ar** t'1 pf* se ti text in i p • in;urn awards. Their share ut t . mon**' w ill be u^ed on **x- j Ii I bit * \ Menses ami in Rome Cii-«*s w h« i »h* re is si surplus abox•• t i’m <*. for a i tux! vial <»r on j n<i Ui i im • mv file tits tp Kai. t • schools and t»i* ir winnings i j.!, a follow-; Max w* ll sa. Gab v .7 2, Haf*p> - J ll, « |    .    ii I hiiiw a) f ll, I Ilion j j Vail* y 6, Lightning Ridge $1. • liar Grove $1.56, Latta $1 1.56, j 'ano.-j* >17 2 *. Byng $10* * i ovti to \»:v\ w i i bi I it»\ bm; I > ll BMI VY MGH I Moi hic invited to emir to lh*- t otiv out nm Hall in \ib» im \i Ihiesdav might to gel til** eleettoft ridurnx. Iii** News wilt g»v«* tin* ret urns fi*»ui every I mn *»f iii** nation mid tiny w ,11 lie giv **n    a** las! a- they coiiM* iii. The city officials are donating tlo* iim* «*t tin* ball m* lite jh «*|ile will liav «• a |»la»e -ii mid be CHII of ill© weather. 'Iii© ball will bi* vv ai hi, it tie* weal lier is cold, amt veil rail Im* comfortable while listening to iii© results «>l the v ole til the IN stales. I.*»ca! rut ©a »»! interest als** will Im* gtvtn. With tin* %sso* lilted 1’iess private wIres tallying ©vet v «apii al In tin* nation and with mr respondent* in eve*v mtinty .ii the country. tin* i •turns will bt* Hashed •pinkly aud accurately. hi Sunday and Moi di > bt i we* n -t rung J a pan** •* r* in > o cen • it? a rid ('him*-.' i it.-un I., sr vv • < j• t*>si net* iii tile Tsitsihar ; r<si ii lira vv ii t Ii* .lapa11• * I mop- ' et * Th© Japan*    cl lib* d v ic’-*o in both eft ga gem*u? - Gut al lh* cost of 22 kill***! and it Wnuiuh-o. They said l ite ? * i in* -*> (b el a im’ injured numbe r d ai !*si I .onti. The ii a i - g • r in Iim1 situation in I It* fact t hat M a nehu ib> ! roe; in t Ii ♦ * nor? u lad re vol led ! o aid t Im* Chiru* a*, ami that lur? her i * , Fie I! ion in I hi* Man* i u i. im ! vv a occurring. |    (’out pl lea tin iii. thru ! t he north, w as tie I hit a’ t nr I !tln north vv*-st of Gem ra! sn Fin* vv en aud h is C hi ti* s< in* ii; vv ho for a icon? h ha va* ’n- * -t ii con I col of M alien u Ii a 1 t - * border. chief lh ut* aalii ! C tan g Tien-ehu, wa * xtelide till- eon? id today .-outboast v. a rd towaiai Tslt-iitar abba \ •    < ii nose Bastes si ?-<tHwa v. ii- con i* i ally ha I rassed lh* Japanese arri son a? Futaerehi. TU* Japan* sp iud only a. countering t Im* military *1 VV nil fur? It* r ti ions. lr a • a planning other strategic lino (to ot th- iii a a • ’ a1 roo atry C oliveried Into Pawnshop; Mills Defends Hoover ('ta nil V. Thompson, county WASH INC,TON, Nov. 2    1.1*1 • ii,! -. as b*-en asked to -ci ve on; Conversion of treasury “into a a i • i ; t; 111 i i ? * ■ e with Mr>. on ille national pawnshop” aud infection - ii.-ad lh d Cross secretary. Otto jot the federal government “with pa -i'iJ uni, i>:    Mien, and (’laud* the fatal germ of financial soda I - Russell of \d.t in listing th** un- , ism” is attributed to President . m |,lev ed of lh** I** * 11 ti t jr.    ' Hoove** by Senator Carter Ola s T - :nfoi alation -ecured is to , of Virginia, s Pi mailed to the governor's oft ice. I He added to Illest* assertions, The county commissioners are j mad** in a campaign address -d im make a map showing \ urging Governor Roosevelt’s ••l*-e , cm n ti ? y a mi township road-,ji()[, which was broadcast last I it* **    I at dis \\. I! Mu ray    ( ujvg111 tinder auspices of    the    dent • ■sired    to build from his work    ocratic national committee.    tho iund.    ; statement that “we Hod front tip* ■lit * lands will not be Used, administration at the last session t;    letter    st.,tes. on roads main-    ! 0f C0tiaF*"iSsi inflattonal/    proposals tailied i)v    tlie .-tate oi county.    j that would have rocked    th**    foun* •i d - I loiupson aid yesterday j datioB of our taking system.*’ ti it ii did not yet know it the Glass denied statements by r- ii' t fui'd is blat socute«l as a 7*r«i<1 **iit Hoover that economic loan "j ;    1 11 ,or ! 1,1 s,a!“ from (rouj,]t,s pere result'd from im .eon I rue? von 11 nance torpor - . Kur()lu,an disturhattcHe said ion the contrary “that the im-s providence, if not tile direct profligacy of incompetent republican ,i4.ufi_ administrations at Washington is rn ca h urea bl F, lf not predomiuant-* Iv. responsible for th** d« idoriible situation in wliflch w* find onr- will go to N 'w York sp**ecl» that night at P*»iitan «»p*ra I to ii se. I Saturday nights will in the Brooklyn \l lisle and M ad inuit den in N**w York. Sine** ll** stepp* I plane here July 2 , ce plane© sp**ech at Roosevelt has travel* 17.060 miles, ll* ha City for a th** Metro Friday and come tallies \cadeiuv *'1 S«) na i e bar int*i att air for hts ac Chicago, Mr. *»1 more than s been iii 27 a - K i star a ml i .1 lei!' Bi f fund is that secured as a I of K»,120 for the stat** from . eom I ruction finance corpn: - t a i ion, I low **v cr, i * fief a ut ho it ies here Lav• ah adv laid plans for a sur-\^    1,1    1    h**    count\ to determine what families an absolutely desfi-f 1!; and v* tat other fa nill ie- will of th* tx stat*-, several of Mien* two or three times. The onlv dates lie has not visited ar N* vade. Minnesota. North and So ii ? ? I D.votn. Texas. Oklahoma. Louisiana, Mississippi, \ikan ap Alabama and Florida. A last minute change in pin us brought the governor huck to Albany in lead *d his horn*- at Hyde Bark where he had pi eve a Iv planned to go. Rain forced him I** abandon iii New England Mi* open Iou* in car in which he prefers to tide hut at every stop there were large crowds to greet him not withstanding th*' weather. in the country, as dark ‘ cam * on, men and wonted stood id lighted doorways to see Boos* Veit’s car co pa-a Flares wen lu Uteri at sex • rat places. In all. lh** candidate traveled mort* than 766 littles th rough New England. reasurv Reports Heavy l all-Off in Revenue Compared With I OS I selves today.’’    I The Virginian, a former seer* ta tv of th© trea-ury. said Mr. Hoover was rn liming credit for I meas urea that could have been enacted only with democratic co j op* ration and that Governor Roosevelt “is amply prepared for th tremendous task of r**construc t Ion.” LONDON, Nev 2    <1*    Balk ed last to Mi? ira their tturd at tempt !,i • afore* Mn i *b animi I bv violence, the tilt em ph»v ***t I “hunger mat abet s’* who straggled I into London Lim w* **k I urinal iom*‘ward t*»*la\. I W. v. L Hail ii In; ton, th** r*> u ■ muui-t a **nt who organised **f th** idle from Scotland, and th*- industrial «***»«*' is of Em land, w a in Jail Hi * as nodules vv ho precipitated a ii'*? in Ba filament Square last night jiIm* vv* t*» 111 the hands **f the police. So this morning 20 ragged Wien vv Im* had trull ed with th** others 1 brough the rain la-I week climbed aboard t et arab.mm* and start cd Utek for Brighton whence tto v came Other contingents pre-* • pated to •» bael, home helot j t lo* * aid of ? he day. \b an? tine, ? be hist**! ic pre 1 ruicts **f Barllament Square wa r** ; in Mo !..in«ls ot poll*!© tilter a , ma s attack In thous amis of job j less had precipitated the blood I ie-t of four recent riots, The disorders begun ut dunk in til*’ to a? t ot the capital aud [quiet w a- not completely cestoi**! I until n our Iv midnight. Scores j suffer* d minor Injuries. Thus was brought to a climax la series of disturbances tbat I**' an, as last night, in ii mar* 1 on parliament ?** protest agata t I the government’s application «»i j t b* * I«»I * -    -1 em. [ The 'irs! disorder fame O©’** b»*r 21 when parliament icon v * tied, Tlo* national “hun;’.* r army’s” antral in London last Thin sri©v wos th** signal for Mo* second, and Mo third cam** Sun dav night iii Trafalgar Sqm'**’ w lien a rush wa mad** tor Buck in ghaut palace, the resident*- et t to* king, i ji-oaltb*** All told, the f in tlos*’ four more tak* ti ITV WASHINGTON, Nov. 2    (    Vt An assertion thai President —    Hoover’s actions had been “con- W A >11 ING I ON. Nov.    2    'I'    st rue? iv**, coherent and vv * -1J *ls- d • • i ic i t of $62 Et ,8 x '* .062    lot    lifted to ens Ilion till* effects of first four months of    the    pre    -    ,,K. devastating d* tuition we suffered” was Seer* la y answer to a democratic t cut ti eal year was disclosed by lo ! iv s I rt -usury staleno*nt. f (»r    ti)*1 have! Mills cam a it* I ii come tax receipts tor in* paign address    S* nator Cart    r P< Mod amounted to    Glass    of Virginia last night Going before a microphone a clition to Ala tichuli .J a pane-© cit', bv G { ;.OV I * ‘ ar* .1 in a host a v**s •n* r11 Sn a t bord* n if Tot 1,,-bl • in ! - * i n I'm- GIUI'J nj !    OKLA HOM \ CITY, i.Ti Supt em*- Com rf d* *’ Board of Trust* of pension lurid for Tulsa • Hicks, .? al. suit for ! cr* is* . rev< r-ed aud iwith *1 i: ei*t ions. Af. N Wade v tv commissioner j*dn payment of bwui Nov. t -ion -; Firemen vs i*:. j* tension in (i**mand* d j under sp**cial law, aff , G. W. Cart* ! v.- W Harm* rn con tinct too to *n-)ffir*«*rs' sa Im i> affirmed. Willie Wi!son, : St* ph«*ns. guardian suit to r* * ox country court I. Wilson, act "inned. . vs J mU fot as com pa I cd with $220.1 2 1,62 for the sa iii** months of the fiscal year 1022. on iii* other band, misc*l-laie-Otis Internal r* v *-une rec**!pt * lai <• -bow ti a st 1 engtheiling tendency, amounting to $247.72a,160 e n pa 1 d vv itll $ I xfLfiiil ,271. Total receipts so far this year have amounted to $550,258,377, a a ains! $703,**20,67 1 last y ta r. Expendittir« < thus far in tit*' pi* eist ft.-* a! year showed a de-* line of limb r last year, Hie *'tir-r* ut total for the four months b* dr; $l.lxt.8 21,0O0 as rom-pat»*d with ? 1,36 1.756,000 Our-in. the four months a year ago. I .* fetal gross debt on (bt. 31 amounted to $20,s12,541 .OOO, Iepresenting an Increase of $2o0.-1 ou.i mu <iv**r lh© total recorded un - a. 30, 1022. » * if amount due by 1 affirm* I; Carter lion to Ret add* de* d, af Municipal Ga - com pa it IR. Gilk*son. Muskogee. ’i!! KU iii I labor account aud fo* d na 1 affirmed. Bert ha Ct • ‘-den. ad ii.i ti • ' t 11 i x vs, Z. IL Norm, Creek. actt*m ti recover p«»ss‘ ssion of patent let tees, affirmed. TSI! COLIE] K SHOW FALLING few minut's after Glass finished a speech In behalf of Governor Hoos©'. el tbs candidacy. Mills said Glass had disparaged the efforts of President Hoov.e*- to maittlain the wag** scab* and ignored th© fact thai for tit* first time in th** history of depressions wages were not reduced “until aft* r th© eost of living had come down and after dividends had been passed.” Quoting Se na tot Gla*-'- as at trill 11 ting th** “gnat depression ‘ entirely to speculation in stocks and th** sale of foreign seen riblet in this country. Mills said; “lf anyone cams to ignore the world war. th** destructions ani dislocations that it caused, and Jill the social, political and economic d velopments which followed, and is satisfied with the I thought that the calamity that lins engulfed the entire world -inc** 1020 is due -ole!/ to smutilation in securities in th** Fulled States, that man would Ie *}*• ;f to an/ argument t hat I could ad-i Vance.” Many Pontotoc County Turds to Be Put on Market I brough I biols vt rn meeting last Saturday of individual* Interested 111 dispels im of their turkeys through ii pool til*”*’ was good r* presenta tion and plans for the contin-: of the pool were pu? Into effect. 1 Tho group selected committees to sell th** birds which have been ranging the hills and dales of Pontotoc county this summer. Hundreds of birds ar** already j llsied for sale through the pool and many more are coming daily. Two pools will he handled /♦•ar. on* for Thanksgiving on#* for the Christmas trad* The Thanksgiving birds probably he sold between November 5 and ti, with delivery about the middle of the month • Then* is a Mg turkey crop In Pontotoc county this year, a < cording to reports Figures presented to the tur-! k*'v raises showed that a /ear ago % 4,6no more was secured for them through the pools than would have been obtained through local condition#, and 1 year Ie for** that the breeder# profited by an additional $2-81*0 through pool operation*. Poultry association officials are making arrangements now fo” tbiannual winter poultry show. which will h«* held December 7 IO iii Aria. numbered eluding I night an* literal, Despite W. V I. til ll ti list    I \ linier* MIA vet ioit-l) iu jut * *1 outbursts have than loll, in to hospitals I-* * I r* d af tot lr*;*? Ira Hil and Wil I th** arrest yesterday «»? UaniinigtoH. the cot*' ail* 1 of I he “hun et’ iirtn v." who vv a- to have 1***1 a deputation toward parliament, the pit))* s martha I led their strength la>! night sis they had t {neatened. And, likewise, the police I* -pond* d wit h si roil g-a 1 iii in**t Ii od if Th© t >ol ic** raced si long Vie *>1 hnfH*.- t'lit r;»;*d aion*. Vie torisi * iii ha ilk men t, Pall Mall, lh* Strand. Trafalgar Square, nm* Whitehall. The police got the jump on Hi© demonstrators when th*- Jo?* tess grifted toward Parliament S*jiiar*- in small groups from litany <lit* * tIons pi t a??**r dan Th«-ir thousands wet** augment- •' by 111 i til seeking sp«'ctntors. Bv H a. in., th* hug© press *•? sp* efatot had ov«*i flowed into the t r*-*-i - .I rid push* •! tenr th*' massive iron .*?* s I* atling iu?** parliaui* ut. A? 'ha* point mo int * *1 police filed silently ojt of Scotland Yutd and converged to vv ,1 rd par Hum* ut three dir* ©Mons, There were boo a- th** hohhi«| hack M** thro! toward Ti afu-away from 11 mons. One chi th** Cenotaph, r* d (tionuin building fio u and ca'©a Hi* Oil fie*! pushed into Whitehall ir Square and hon < t»f com • barge wa mad* ai , Britain’s mo I nae-ti? vv ft* ti * Iu* ' r J**. 'I iirr brr t WO rf! I I x* Al ALI LH TI HK LY’ JI Si’ HIGHT LOH HOI.ID AY S DETROIT, Od. 20 — «P? — A #*vest pock* I ’ edition of the Thanksgiving turkey is the contribution of Michigan farmers to th© tendency toward smaller fam-IIv gatherings. Poultry' dealers OKLAHOMA CITY Nov CB* Collections by the Ok la «*-ma Tax Commissi* n for Or I ob* r were $205,601 below September’-figures, th** commission’s mon! 1-1/ statement revealed today. Payments totaled $1,410.2o5.51 Gasoline tax collections w r the only major division to show; an increase. Oetoi** r s tot ♦ vv I’lNLYILl.E. Ky . Od- 20.    '.I** . *    - vv re welltried smit v r. I htindred endanrered a-mountain fauiillea tried to rh ir Iliff* r* rn es with rif-1 I jii tots in front of tIe h oust in Ta today. teen to twenty shots were bef or deputy sheriffs (iud )<idtc* Beati Os bor rain breaking »? ut* by tv.ii it’ th* to* a. and f|. *] into stores*, hid Of ll* *1 i nu (.las- ( hurtles Had I .*»11» WASHINGTON. Nev, 2 B The proprietv of securing advance copies of political p *-ch*-- for off tii* -griddle answer# was ii* i - u* today b* t w< «*n >enat*»r Glass of Virginia and Secretary Mills. Glass deliver**! ov*-r a nation-v -?**m last im-tit a IMF LOAN LAWS atleuipt***! to grab up The steady retreat until ? I©' t It rot 1 Into Trafalgar mounting In th** ally there are * within half an me? battle wa with mounted poll** foot office is In th w r» a t ti eon'ton* I, w * re bat*k * d qui re, temp* : pro* *    G i ado re-Astart©*, end hour ,1 Gift* i in full 1 wit! , hacking tip front liu© [ OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 1 LB* I    L* ./station making Oklahoma o_ri* it minding and loan groups * ligibi*-! to borrow pa:* of Mi© $7.Son,UUU a M'lsontl decline In Ortowf ne-1    -    -----------—— CHU* of cold* r w* ;*titer. Adv** j \ criminal ti tai ducket has cates of lower taxes will have to n posted s*riting November 14 get Rom** other grounds to stand |»,© date for the beginning on,**    I    of work on the accumulated ca*- — .    a    —-,    [    es in distri- ? court, with Jodge OKLAHOM A GITA Th** «*l*l-10rt»j Busby on th© bench. h r who go©** to sleep a! his pus j q di*cket lists two mudder i!***‘Hti t a1 w    - deserve th* g .;.* • *? (rials and a number of burglar- h«*u>e or firing squad, Dr. AA * - J 4* ^ robberies, larcenies, cases of t* r Timms. Col 1 uibia univer«ity driving a hi’- drunk and oue oft alate ar© specializing    is    just    right t prof* tutor of clinical neurology j desertion.    I    for the    average    holiday    dinner,* told the Oklahoma City rBnicnlj    This is the first criminal dock-! without too much left over for Th©    Interstate cornu * re* society s third annual conferee*-** ♦* in district court during the th© ubiqutiottt turkey hash after- Rio® Sometimes abnormal tdeeplw**-'* is j present fiscal year. Civil nock-; math. caused by deficiencies of th© en-1 eta have been getting attentions ri«writi© gland*, h* said.    I    recently*    I nee arr© ©a- -in hi t wo Tar. st** adet ■*. >?ti George. I wid*- radio speech urging th© election of Governor Roosevelt. Fifteen tit inn?* -after be concluded, the secretary .    .    A-*of    th**    treasury delivered a «©lf- i uh*(Jiit»)bll©s and o*<© ot [ im d “answer” **v*-r th© sam© av Hat ©n th* paveui* ut. 1    . , i sysi* n*. *if iu© wound* d W©re •>>’* Th* Virginian concluded by saving he was advised Mills had *<’.•-L©©, 5x, and his -on. ta.iu*‘d an advance copy of his ad-w.-r© -aid by officers <lr©-s “which involves a br* ach of av,(Ba OF* through trie? fed* rat home Li** rushed th** Tenth I oh n ba n k dim wit! ain st th© demonstrators. Th* aoli©© advanced into a m-* ‘ an- of hrt* I , -tones, and lump? of ©oui. Titer*- was much window smashing along VII Is*© # sire**? leading out of Charging Cr** instance- of looting •»© isolat d curred. The riioun?**d ttirn*(l th** Md* throng up into th* ti dispersing so have been © \ © r v explained that th© eight pound $k6‘»,2'*s as against $861,2 »7 f*»rj bird upon which farmers in this September. * -*-» *• __ _    .— WASHINGTON. Nov. 2 B • eom rn I satori av authortz*‘d a “work j loan ’ of $1,566,600 by the recon-«truction corporali-*n lo tit© York Central Railroad Co. on    on© -id**    v/ito    ‘ponfidenc© disdain©!!    by a    {honorable new spa pen nan. Hall    a    D*»/**n Bride-    J \ibj8 replied: MT CLEMENS,    Mich. Charles    j * n«* knows p**rf*cH>    w*ril Fresard, at k firm Md lever of matrimony. H© has just taken democratic national committee as his sixth bride, Airs. Mfarle*arM| that practically ©very advance .....  that years, still is H ,.v* ry advance copy of a speech I in th* Institution jdutrtbat© finds its w ay at one*- to Cs.* Tri© ♦ News N* w Want Ado. -prandburg. 63. it rnarc ai venture for Fr©w rd. is the second the n**w Mrs. ropy of democratic fpeecbes com*** into our hands. There was no breach of ri lease.” before tit© Fourteenth legislature iii January. Chester A. .Sterling. T«»p**ka, executive vice president and manager of th** Tenth district bank, -aid today Oklahoma and Nebraska associations cannot participate at midnight, all wa. quiet iii th until certain -tate law.- have been h**«m of laindoti. amended.    I    Lender    ill    Jail A revision of building and loan, Meanwhile Banniogfon rental*) lawn, which woiihi p**rmit as-oci- jfl ritstlMly. and wa- joined ta police fitiaiD breaking th** sum)! group . a*-ii oue. #!•:<?. aiions to purchas*' stock in th** horn* loan bank. already bas been drafted. It will be read and adopted November 17 and 18 at iii*' state convention In Oklahoma *ity of the Oklahoma Building © nri la»an I a a g ti**. yail by 6b or more of th** demon titrators Tit** charge against hi at was attempting to Incite to mutiny. Hi petition, signed, h© »ai<l. by 1.nub.bon persona and demanding abolition of tie* rn* ins Greatest returns for the amount test and high appropriations for invented — News’ Calwritled Ads. t’outliiuol on Bag© 3, No. :J ;

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