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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma w ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1932 NUMBER 34 VOTE I WASHINGTON. Nov. Oklahoma ;1 "f It-ynolds. las. July. Terrell, arm-; warrant Nsn-d bv I'ontntor b> J- I' X .'w- v When Illu.lns before .Warrant! of he Under Ainrst, Trlls Slory Of IlIkH "j former blues sliiKer. wllh murder Inn mllllonali- husband Smith It-ynolds. last July. When IlluiMns w-nl b-fon .V. M. Stark In I'orsylh county unperlor rourl lo read a statement thai the be dropped on grounds or Insill- flclent evldenre. Stack set o'clock for a formal rnliiiu. The Judue said Hie delay was d-arly r-m-mb-r on Main he swtti n orfice b> Joel Terrell, who I, I.I JII--I ed rioni Ma.ill xvhcr- In been s'.vorn in. I -nltoiy hav- j fp xx ill. Ho- arrixal of Icounly No, 1 nl uft' b-ln- coiinly Hiitl-n cl-rk. bv still lin r-ach tin.1 o .rs ibal as ih- n-w Ih-v apio'uxii el.-eli il and -xcil. Compl-l- official r-lniii-t ai xcilfl .1 l.v .-IccHon board II' I ss. Tli- lolnl iir-filii-nt w is 7nt, Iliirlm: pa-l Hi- v-l.-ran Slates S-nal.ir I homas. raiidlilal.'ii for HIII-I- Jiii'lln- iind '-ilnilnal ronrl ap- p-aN. Will lio.-is. m-uro school farher. li'd Hi" llrk.-l In III-' fin'" for congress- man al His m.'iid ol lohl i.i.ll of slii" slur I'M, I. Noi. II. A I drouniim al s-a by of Colon-l IJavniond lr-Miiy piohildiionisi and llonv-r. w i- lodiiv In Ih.'ir Cod-, to. all--.' I llobiii..-. has n ini-- -arly in S-lil-mb-r. ,K. In-ill in iion'l In miinldpiil couil afl-r he pleaded not I" charr.es ol fiom l xvo N-w- York m-n. in a- t (HI....... Tux Hill I'lnal tabnlallons rex.-al-d flox- i-'iior Murray's Inconi- liiv bill IOMI by xol-s, on ii straU-.il "no" ballot. The vol- xvas "yes" and "'J "no." "with Hi- "sll" nl vo eluded, the m-iisill- lost I HI A iiiaioilly all ol-s hi Ih- el-cllon was n-cessary I" adoption of the proposal. li-liirns showed, hoxvever. that of (he Hlat-'s 77 coiinll'K tav- i.r-d Hie lax bill, those dlsappiov- Inu II b-lni; Ih- mosl d> ns-ly popnlaled. Obs-'xers say Ibal If lintel nor Murrav places m-asiit- b-foi- Ibe l-ulsla- lui- iis b- has Indlcat-d. II may icc-lve support of many of legislators from roitnlles In Hi- ufflrinallvc. The r-f-i-ndiim iiii'silon for i-p-al of Ih- law pladnu a l-n i-i-nl P'-r pound on ol-oiuai- u-rln- was il-fcalcd. The_ ofll- clal tot. I'or r> peal Complele official lelllllis III olh-r iac-s follow; I'. S. Senalor: IDl Incilinbeiil. I'vank- lln i K i I: Whldden I hid I. lloplex ilndi M lloiichlu Ind. (hull I." I. Wllll.'M 'rinll- 'Hike! C o i p ration Commissioner: Wallon John-ton 7 Id. Criminal Conil or Appeal-: llaxcnporl Inrnmlii-nj Hi --nan l I! l Con T' al latin: liom-rs IM llowaid Id Shite I Ind i T.ixb'r (Indi Co'nur.-'s first dl-lilrl: Dlsn-y Hit lnrumb.nl. sl.i'Mi; i I! i Hi.172; S.t-eni-t. Ind I i'..ii--r..ss second dlsflrt: Incumbent. H'..7ln; police Iliai hi; all-U" r.ox win rest. r.oyd lohl .laiilial- eilve of '.bli. movement i the world "en i-rxlr- man." had related details In- I'ulon.-l l.'obln.v dl-.iippearanc-. lo Hi- .-.lory, pollr" kldnap- ai- and "I f-ns-. an opportunity li courtroom. Iliuulns' prepared statement ilso asked Ihal Ibe charue-i a-ainst Ah Walker. Wlnston-Siil- em >oulh. Indlrled Jointly wllh Mrs. In- droptied also. "After a careful Im estimation In this rase In which Hie do-! f-ndaiils are under Indiclnieul for murder. I am thoroughly! satisfied Ihal we have not Drop cut evidence to Justify Hi- case lo trial. I am authorized to say that Sheriff Transou Scott and Asslslanl Solicllor MI-. Michael, both of whom have iuad- cavelul invesllual Ions, con- cur in this opinion. "II, therefore-, heroines my duly 'lo del' rmlne xvhat course the' stiile shall pursue and llkc- xxls- anv olh-r iiiiestlon of hu- man JinUm-iit. There iiiUhl be an -nor of Judum-nl. If 1 pro- ceed lo trial wif.iont sufficient l-stim.iny and dlscov rles of Kinard. in-reliant here, bus lived for sexeral y-ars In Call- li.inia. and Short is reported lo roi nl h-r ill- residing i.l Maysvllle. iifler were so! brin; III Texas Tor a tlm- after iavs. Ihal ib'iivini; I'onloloc county. GUIL1Y DOCKEI hy J. K. Mi'K I. m-inh-r of th- ulal .iMiiiinilssliin. II.' bur-ail of ican iiolllii's." I'H iitlacl, civnu1 at a llm wb-n Ih" slat, 's road pro .ivm i I was at a Mal-mal-. and mai-l.-d Mil- fjr.'d opi'll nff-lislvc by liifflcinlH im-iln-t Ih- r-d-r.il r-iill. I'or inonllis iillssallsfai'llon. I oiiiinif-sion 'publican .-0111- Ihr-e cilse. Programs nt Schools, Patriotic ;ir- Pnnulc Mark Celebration I'loxd .-...csinon. Here Woods from hi-; Ada ohv.-rx-d uuielly caslon of the eel-- on November II, III IS, luoiiu.it to all end I ho war xvhlch bad i drawn Into Us fury most of Hi" I, ni-inh-rs of tin- jlim l.-w r. ulth of (he world. i KI.IKH fl-w before a brisk, cohl wind, schools save attention I" suitable programs and local offi- ces, business firms and shops were closed for the day. Josh Lee. of Norman, tinea k- IIK-, lo an audience which fllteil Hi" audltoilnm of Couvetillon ie r-d-r.il i.n- I pleaded for support for Hie there has b-.-iijCiiminul liial IJnr.kirt Ixiinmnc; j Durini; This "lare an cuiliar: YxV.-u. Ih afl-r jcrnllc Tic-.' N. Hnin and Sleet in i mile's and ley thor- has marUed up a ou-hf'ares today marked Oklaho- ,-cord on trials for Hie ma's worst cold wave of Hie', two davs of the docket, whlcli aid Colonel llobins was.......... ii! i innii-r.'i who tin -n-d l addition. ox N'-w -I "Kvld-nc.. would be of .1--- MorvltM. avail. If I the course n. .1.1. M..........- proceed lo trial, coiixin-: tnilt of If j swept' III additional -vl- olh-r sld" Hi- slaf could I lines In d-lermlninu '-ndiiiu-red I should pursue I Meet '11' season. There xvas a llsht snowfall In some cities as far south as Aid- more but In most communities slcel and rain to and sidewalks and m-rrury read- Inns rltiiiK to the I-'orKiiH reporl-d the 1C, de- -rees lempeialur-. as hi-h ual-s I'atiliulidle. On the of Hi- stale, power Sapitlpa vicinity xv-r- hy Hie I'liallllU of -d to bur-ini iiy _ Hiy'lrlct court opened the third 'pi-Mlicl-d "ii Chun.....lay of a criminal trial iloek-l lo- Miirrh I. when the J day and by tills aflcnioon was adnili.lslratlon MU'S o.'-I xvll alonu will, III" Hist trial of He would not speculate on'Hie wcel; (hat appeaved Ilk-ly I" I- repl-icem-'it of I" I'1" inTwosw.....' -s stale." I he commissioner' "lie was too smart lo do tellliiK us thai was the; business. Hut now Hi- bureau COMICS back ttllh xvhnl j Lew l-i-ms n pro- 'urain that is inon w-ie list-d for aii-tunt lo dlclal" lo Tuesday. I'leas ol i Ilial; Days, Kice After Testimony now itli- thai, flrsl Is t than Ithc state." I Mr Iv-el referred lo made public last Wentx before Hie latl-t C.. lo 'natlomil convention of officials. Sinn Hawks, Hi- l-fl for all.-nil i iv cominls- il-fendiinls iire not l-asl Ih- stilt- can do stop Hi" piosei'iiliou. tu'.iii. tli-n the doori he cliiM'd to il mid silfllclenl evidence II lie available at an> ll.'stinus tin Head 11; i H'.r.r.T. Ihlnl dlstilcl: arl- nrlKbl. Iticiinilienl, Colb-il ill) lll.'.T.r.. fourth dlslilcl: Mr- N-IIWII Incilinbeiil, K. nip l It i filih district: Swank Ipl Incumbent, Houston i III Natiiin.il Convenliiin NiuiiPtons I'oints Legislative Action OMAHA. Nov. K. '.V> thou-h falllnr. I" Indorse dlrecllv, the pin-rain of Ib- farmers' d'.i. assuei.itlon, d-le-iil'-s to the; 'annual convenlliin of Ibe Nati- onal Farmers' 1'nlon today pass- ed a resolution simucsllnu Ih.1 tarm hlrlk- "lf'" !ls !l l.r for "careful ronsld-iiillon.' SMiipathy In lone. Hie r-soln- 'tloll' -Viis oiie of a ed by Hie r-solllllons committee, of whlcli were pass-d. (ith-r rei-olntlom adopted call- ed for: I Iteiiiolietl.'.aHon of silver at 10 I to 1 as a step toward for agriculture and revival "i 'business. This Included direct I hido's-ni' nl of Senator Wheeler's I leiiioii-li'alion bill. i HUher Income Ib- r-v- 'elill- to be illxllled between III" nl and [dilles. of f.mall I homes from all i com and and )W ill Woodward. mp-ratur- dropped to -X; Ktronu north wind- 'slcel and rain fr-ezlni; iis II falls; drlvln- danu-rous. Knld: Hluh north u-lnd, cloudy. deurees. pluimeH aii't II, c. ill, i< i l.' hereafter. rrom yesterilay s hUh. all of tin- e-.ld-nce whlcli Tlie xyathcr bureau at Okla- now available was presented prcillcted ten-rally Ih- coroner's July which heard colder for tonluht. ami the testimony and so far as 1 moil-ration tomorrow, know, all ol'lhe witnesses who i Ueporls from repres-ntallve attended the parly. I.Ik-wise Hi" points, included: evld-uc- ol iill p-r.-ous who Tnlsa Temperatiir- ill the bouse at the lime of th" y slerday 7K. Hilling as well as Ih- deure- l-mp-r- of Hi- pli.xslrlan who uiiide Hi.' drop I" low of 27. Ov-trast piist-morl-in and hlnh wind. llouiid Hie evidence insufficient --Temp-rntnre to juslir. ii rharye against any rain liirnlim to 'While the Kraml Jury] oulahoma Minimum t-m- i pr-Ierrnl sucli a rharyi-. and 24. ski's rl.-arlnn afl-rj 1 xvhll- I no criticism H> ninriilni; rain. make of th-lr action, for I know -that II was honest and sincere, xel the yraiiil Jury did not have the ben-lit of Ih- cvld> lire of any witness xvho was pi-s-nt al I'a- part, or who was In Hi- house lime of the I I-'riday. ca" I Mitnda> ami luive been made In flv. 'these', one d-r-ndanl ilefniiHe1 land mi alias warrant IKIS bee: i lulled for him. and one rase wa-1 Inassed to u later lerm of conrl.1 aildillon pleas ol guilty have received In t we eases d- for liil-r In the Sam Hire, chary-d xvlth iiiur-: recomiueii'l.ilions der In coiincrllon with Ih- H'.I-II- .iubmlssion of slayinu of Ililsler Harris modifying Ih- pro- l-'ranr-H September after by Hi- nuijorliy witnesses iiad rs. While tills pro-' testimony In court, with- for miles ol drew bis plea or not .ml. miles entered a plea of uilllly. H" wns anil to four y-ars by Orel uravel work. r-c- Itusby. dislrlcl omiiii.-ml-d snhsl It'll Ion of mor" A. Cioss. rhnrueil will, i'ir- and worli for e-iu of aii anlomobll-. defaiill-d jiavliii; projects. ai.il an alias warrant xvas issued., Bureau's i-c Cfiadillcl; and Iliirvlsi lit mil f'riiddork. cbiir--d xvlth second :1 wld-spi-ad (l---ree burulary, entered pl-as ol iiroyrnm. -nflty. Chaddlck v.-as s-ni' need I s MluliWiO 'II In oil- veal anil Craddock. whoi ciViinllesi ed sillily lo ehartcs of chlck-u ihell and xvas s-nlelic-d lo on.- xcar on each .'liarce, Ilie sentences lo run concurrently. The rase of John Keener. 1 rharu-d xvlth xvlfe ahandoiim-nl. I ...was coiilii......I iifl-r evidence had! 11 I.....i heard. .Indue siiuuesllnu ii conrsi nciir Mat" th-ir hoped would lead to a satisfact- ory solution of th- situation. llond forf-ilill- xvas and an alias warrant Issued in III- same case, xvlll lie Irb'd Inter In Ih" xveek. The criminal (rial docket Is sch-dul-d lo contlnn- Ibronuli Friday, xvith several s-nl-......s lo he ulv-n Saturday Mushy. to Hiiuieiidalion s of uradinu mid inrliidlni: I'- Harper and 1'. S. (HI In y. ar c n a of iiui' or Charley Stevens. rhara-d with first robb-rv was contlniieil by a-re-m-nt. I., e I'ord, cbiiru-d wllh ilrlv- inu a car while drunk. C.ranl roi.nlv and stnt ls north of I'awnee. a Tli.-tmiimelc.ts Show Kisc I3ur- inn M.irnitu: With llfllcr Wcnillicr Promised lln.ii, Hull I Ada Tii-sday nluhl a louc.i of nal xvlnlT folloxvlni: a day- wlnt-r urest- 1 men seek- to place an embargo on shlpt iii-nts of avms lo h-lllm-i-nt niv- Hons iind lo mak- piovlslon tor xv-allh as w-ll as men In lime of war. At a palilollc pror.ram at Cential Stale Teachers din Inu the American loii and Auxiliary xxere In rharue. Vol Craxvford, pve- sid'd. TelN l-'lim Mrn. Itoy Chrlsman explained lo the slniienlH Hie romtcKl-H Hi Ihc flar. In an Informative tail; to which Hie students, ex- cellent nllcntlnn. Abljah Colliert, pliinlsl. pliiyed three xvarlliu- nullah, and MM. Wyly Ixellh a vociil milo, aci'o'mpanle.l by Mrs. Thoilliis. Itcx-. Leslie C. Smylli. paslor Orel llusby'or Hie Chrlslliiii church anil a which be! I.eulonnalre. uaxe Hie Kind-ills sum- slallstli'H Hliowlliu the roi.l of war In lives and money lo nil nations and rinsed with a plea for peace. lloxxnlown Main street was lin- ed xvlth hundreds of sp-claloni when Hie Armistice Hay parad" passed Hirouuh lo Conxenlloo hall. A rolor-bulecked lire truck at Hi- bead of the procession xva.l folloxved by Hi- coll-Ke band. Karl her hack xvete Hie bands from Ada blub school and Ada Junior hluh school. Omanliratlons reptesenled III the parade In finals or aiilomo- I biles or alool. xvere lln nolds i Ind i 111 Siipiem- Cnurl .lusllce illxlrlct. ll.i} less Wilson ilti S-rond PMrlrl; Welch Allen I i: I lUslrlct; Osborn Moor-, i K i 17'.'." I I. lilslrlct: i lit lUlnu ;i lion-suit. Hiwuius any time move lo brln- -ynolds iiud Walk-r lo I'l-iii-lai merely by appearing 1- fore 'a jmUe and Ihiil Hie rase wank bill He- i on 111- -rounds ot In a'-rlriillural discovered evidence. products and ,e-iulrlnu deal-is loi clil-rlni; of Hie nolle pix farm-rs the cosl of prmlurt-1 wiis delayed moinciilarllx f the I'assaue of 11 Itarllesville North xvlnd. I peralure rain ami highways and streets. Tenip-rainr- dropp-d d-'-r.-s to 22. H-ht snow. nkiniil-'" mlsi. d- I'liiira Clly --Temperatures slippery streets. Ar.lmore -Fr-.-.lnu. liuhl snow 1 -arly. C.iithrle M'-rrury fell rrom to devices lii 12 hours, i'onca City Temp-ratun Irac- or snow, day was n plea of utility i (ene-il Saturday. Jim I'ulk wil Saturday on bis In ehar-es nl sec w ill h surveys before work under way.' ftT LWE5TBCR I" th 1'irih in as computed by cut of aurlculliire. licilucHoii of tovcriim-nl costs., r.ilh-r I ban dlsriiM-rx of new ..nurces "r In balanr !i the I hid l j iiioralorinm on debts, public and at a loy rale of lu- leiest. The roiiveniliui indorsed Ibe bill ralllnc for miv- -riimeiil reflnanrlni; or fiinn Ke.idjiislm-nl cerliilu while ronrt altaches went in search of Sheriff Transou Scoll who xvas not In Hie courtroom liU-kilus mad.! his Klule- ILL BE ftPPHO) KANSAS CITY, NOV. __I'rlnc- Domino 101st, more than a ton In xveluhl. 10 dav wiis declared the sraii' chiiniplon 11-rcford of the Amcrl- L-an liov.il Show. The champion, born In the March snows of IloiiElan canyon near Colorado Springs. Is iinde-i r-al-d this y-ar. hnvlni: Iv xviui uiiind riTiimplonshlps nt th- slat- ralrs of Hes Moln-s. iriuufl-ld. III., and IMi-b- 'miles of uraillim and i lirlilues ami to mil--' pavliiL- for th" y-ar. of on wlllilu a 1 mil- iiidlus. "f Ada. his hom- 'rlly. iliiiln- th- 2n monlliH b- -i.il has b-.-n on Hi- slightly said; liuiircs ..r ani- ii'.l-i- tales liiM.lvtni; reshlppli.S I T nrP and sorliu-. In opposition I UUII 11113 move now under way bv parkcrs. A rondemiiiillon of the Istlc attllnde fosiercd by tlonal Institutions. All Inheritance would limit any J.'on.nou. mlllar-' edura- j lax bill Inli-rllaiu' -ars In siicr-sslon. i lloan-'s new" trial mollon. ObcrlsmlT's father ILi.iHie xvas r-l-as-d on bond t Confronted with the n- and r-turn-d oj.-n-i He-. No T1" i b-for. no on d l-td.ix b> roll-: Vlr stroved ,i> early this niorntnc iio- K-neral. the saraue of Uoherl Si.obn. Heaver I.HT I WlmliUli Jr.. anil the Ilulck sedan In the WASHINUTON. Nov. Th- romplroll-r of the currenc reported toilay Unit the leportlnc national banks In con- llnenlal I'nll.d and Hawaii hull ol f" 'I'T. "I'll on September 'inrr-ase of t.iMin m.-r the Ions quarter, tint decrease of the same quarter of 1'iSl. on Sepl-mb-r "n. show IMI; nil Incrcafc Mure June ot Id-ntlfy him as one of Ihc men who robbed a Maud bank recently, roiintv offir-rs to- day r-leas-.l Nlu Deputy, held as a susp-ct for several days, olid on an automobile theft charue. Officers said the woman xvho from if lied the complaint acalnsl Dep- uty now claims lo be his Authorities here recently were Informed that Iwo companion of Deputy were arrested at Glade- In Hi'J In when the fire was discovered about 4-15 o'clock hut the flames had made such proerrss that the roof of the sarase. foil In as th- Tin- men arrlvd. Heavy damage was reported as Ihc result of fire which Monday burned a his barn belor.slnc to xvlf.. i n w misby In Valley View "'just south of Ada. The bullulns held hay and corn. I'll; (Hi llirifiim' HIM I'UO but a decrease In water. Texas, as suspects Ib." y-.ir'of 'M.IU.I robl-ry. A. K. oner, testlrie. to the rlly with j ,poiislbllity of aiding In the assistant attorney port of his mother and a yoiint-jnr< aided John A. ,.r brolh-r. I.-sll- assiim-il charge of a s-rtlnn farm at -ciillon. use of Th- youth has a rotislst- war- Injured. cxplotdon occnri" d o'clocl, list nluM xvas In th'- lixe.storl, i: when Th" pally county attorney, county rnmnils- Itoaiic cave winner In slat- and national shows for four years, bavins eii- t" voto for the purchase of a second hand road malntalncr and th- money was to be dlvidcil with C. K. Arnot. another com- missioner. A Very Wnm-r WOODtUNK. N. pass- es proved lo be txvo too many for William O'Day. RO. when he lost a on the Woodbine hi school football tfam. Tndcr thn terms of the bet lie ate class- es for lunch, physicians said r.reateat returrTs for the amount told iHV-sti-.! News' Clasaifled Ads. at a hospital for Internal cuts. In they xvere tak'-ll American Itoyal nt Kansas City. The hulldliiK 2o. Th- rost tered club work In 132M. lll'XTKIl I.OSKS MIAMI. Okla.. Nov. 1C t-nable to stop his automatic shotsun from flrlns after Ice had chanism. Davo Hie bnlld'l'-- bill last I-I l.lv-sto.'li show was was -r-ri-d In I DKS MOINKS. la. Th- >tat" treasury Is a popular place. L-o Wet-man, newly elected triiisur'-r, has rerdv-d appllcailons for Join as his assistant. The pllriints include democrats. Smith' Is a m-inb-r of Norman Howard poxl of the Am-llcali Wyall C. of Ada blub school faculty. I'.d point. Later II b-uan ass-mbly slnplni: of warlliiin- and l.v 10 o'clock h.idlH.nus. Al I 1 o'clock the HMSCIII de'me-s l.v observed .'i period Of I'n'-onx-ni. lie- and dam-1 K-conds III honor of iiold- 'aui- was r-porled Hiis l-rs who w-re xlcllnoi of Ih" i from cir-cts of th" cold, expoK-d war. .htdronlH and radiators which Alvls Posl comman, -T of bad no solnllon or! Hi- l.-ulou. Inlrodiiccd ol (.r.iw- draln-d sufr-rln--, ford. Hn-t vice commander, who from Hie lemp-raliir-s. I I urn Josh L-e. Old ball-rl-s loo. found I..... Th- audience list-...... altelll vr- 1 burden of cold motors harder lo ly as I..... h-can and al iliir- '-''rry and of Ib-m. alr-ad'-inu address applaud.'.! iinll on Ih- Job. ninrr. j polnls h.....ad- as h- spoke In to it.- of the own-is. i vigorous pr-s-nlailon of the -ilii- W-ilh-r for allon Ih- iiallon lo- 'davs are of Imnortanc- In sehed- day and the program lo events I real world p. ace possible. 1 I'ridiiv aileruoon Norlheaslern i "War ban rmis-s." L-e said. 'footbi......am Is If xv- can remove HIM catn- ed to ii.....I Kast Central h-r- war wl I 'lisa......ar the final bom.- izame for Ibe lat-j vice m-n b-ll-te much call I-.- and the C-nl rallies ar- don- toward real hoi'dn- for r-asonablv Dylus for on-s country Is not w-.lhT.r for II." afternoon of dlfflrull II, the excll-menl of il I mad diarse an en-inv Hi- iinall M'iison i.......s line, he continued, but It In iniirli for ]''2 aiid manx ar- Ihe difficult to llvo or ones -rs who arc -an-r to drop all'cotinlry thniHKli Ions ilays and olh-r iifr.ilrs and take to the yarn. fi-lds In s-.irch of Hi" Kiini" ho anniiallv furnish spor. and m-n -nrourare nf' that h.'ive niadi; to- ward dl'Mirmnmeiil but are doilbl- fill at present of compt'te. dln- i.imminent thnl will Invltii allarU lor a ureat military iiriiKram that would l-d o xvar. to h" I neither helpless or nilllliiry-mlnd- ed. I..... said. _______ i The cans'H of war an1 econom- MI'SKOCKK. Okla., Nov. nald. and Iliejn; r.li'--Tln- K-v. S. Allh-a Ilerrle.I ran Ho prcscnlcd s-nt-nc-d lo life Imprisonment i measures which, h- said, for the poison death of his first Mll.ti are fighting for wife, probably will lake his plan: whlc.h will hrlnK dfflnllu ad- vaiiceiii-nl toward real p-aco. Klrst of thesf. Im said. In an on shipments of arms su-cub-nl eating for IlioiiHaiids liuiilers; In state. 'Berrie Better, i To Be Moved To Pen This Week tp r I'- in- a democrat, and lakes Miami aviator and sports- n of his jainni Wilson. man. lost two flnsers hand durlnc a quail hunt Anderson. Mo. yesterday. The weapon jerked from Wilson i srasp him In the band. publicans a nri socliillsls. W-K- January 1. Oreatust results for amount ClaaaKlsU Ada. friction In-hind (be walls of McAI-ster pcnilcntlary this week. H-rrle bad recover'.! from an attack of Infl.....17-1 and i nations, a cause of .minorities said IMS would be transferred to the penitentiary within a few days. The minister's in year old wife, whom h- married less than two months after the first Mrs. Ilerrlo's death, has vlsltfd bllJl rcuuUrly in Jail litre. Jeopardizing pence siisplrlon on the imtloli from whlc.li limy aro slilpped. .Second, according lo HID er. Is a chaiiKi- In moral policy, a turnliiK away rrom the "dollar Coutlnucil uu 1'iiKu U
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