Ada Weekly News, November 17, 1932

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November 17, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII THIM OF "WM STUTE OFFICIAL VOTE COMPLETE 1.1 JNJ Roosevelt’* Majority Above 300,000; Walton Far Behind Ticket IM bill KEES Oleomargarine I ax He Referendum Lose* Decisive Majority pea by I WARMINGTON. Nov. 1 6 LIV- j atn kl lo D. Roosevelt s plurality * i if- ;*r« -ddentia I election stool at 6,451,302 over Pres!-Hooxers vote. The total 'or ttli rand I date* thus far led by th** Asaoclated Brea* 199.946. were complete to* lay r f>u]y fourteen -tate-. Tabulation showed Roosevelt A received 21,506,742 ballot* ident Hoover 15,05a,440. th - official fount in the Ktat**# has l>een <• otnplet-standing of tne' various f Prosecution Moves Dismissal of Murder Case; Admits Lack of Evidence ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1932 Charley Floyd Was Member of First County Commission Board After Being Sworn In on Statehood Day 25 Years Ago Board So Busy the Members Forgot to Elect Chairman Until Following Day. NUMBER 34 .111 ii d v tit LA Ut»M \ Set t tnt : * v < Tuesday - J ‘Hima voters rf ny I ►rd I 4 if) •I iou. I tit 11 var lo is ed. t '■>*■ minor ie* roil fr. ti ed Nor d id •* t •• WINSTON-SALEM, N. CL. NOV. 15, J* .Murder charges which have peen hanging over Ult beati of Libby Holman Re ynolds »i» •-time toast of Broadway, were dropped today by the stat* of North Carolina * ♦art nut* a (I a s y candidates d. turn** t Ii Thomas, a ft if at o * can not is far r* e* social!: I c 4 f,    I I V-t ll WINSTON, Salem. N. C. 1", i.V Solicitor Carlisle ..ins announced here today the State of North ask dismissal i ti k Libby former blues Fresbl* I iOV I s rt* I -♦at* ii i? ii Th one \ * #t ** rn tit The I I lect M (iii if H nta i»! ta I on I boa i d j I» rot1 I i ta DL* off ii Hoi tbs ti !! f I Lr1 I I Swindler OHS pre it* ,0(1 s i; liner HU pl 1 a1 ch! I th*. i'*:^ pf * Hilli u* I ajorlt >' n i * i n t ii *,ci * di'll that of I a*. in the bintoiof ('ionj*I* ti official vet if! *1 by t lie * lee a vc H Ole ' X * I lo. I xvii.:, The total prenldenl w i 701,6 Uh'in ii pa f t • v« Staten Senator I and candidate* for Justice and ci tm in peal*. WHI Ho. el Hen re school * * ai Iv ticket iii bin rare lot ma ti at ta n •*. Hi* ma j< ** 'I (, 22b. I IM I IHM' I (•% Hill I ' Final t a bu sat Ion** ret* ♦ ruer Mtit i.*> a ineoin* In -1 !tv ti ' ♦• ♦• tab , on . '•yea** and 'no'* ballot VV ah 121.2 .4 **> ‘ 4 hl “IIM.** With th* “Mi fit rinded. Hie tma*oji e Im* m I *    \ ma no it > of a 11 in th** elect ton aas ne* dun Mon, Mleg I ndrr Arrest, I ells Slory if if I )isajijic.uani e .1 at Hoot a I i >-T* >* V *,:    I * if rf iii ii t t lit* in pi* bu lion oi Dili jet* • sine* Cud** v hi un in .I *1* «i n Celli ti \<»V, ll ' V V , • d row ti in    at sea by ? of Colonel Raymond . j j t j.' probi bi t Mini t ann lh **s Mi* u* II*miv * r. wi" t Mila v in their in ve.Till i ipb * 'Mil", Jo, allect I Robins bas been im. early I It September. !>< hi in * I p iit ti (Kin I aal nun i after Im* bat* ut rn!' v to cha ices ot oh t w 11 New York iii f « 111 b a IL* vc 7 I, ill I Ma I under-wo ic* in.in. York men a ('ai lisle ti min:,’ j o n iii ut e * tnt ('ode s at police I1 hi all* mo\ em id a ** bad 1 *» \e ■ a i don din to t I** i in idoptiou of Returns : :,H o! th** st fired the tav in OIA Ic • bill It led Uh' ti) pupil lilt * 'll I Itch Roil i ii ii i Muff measure before tor*' UH lie Stas • •reive support I* pI*}atmim frun iii the jiff! I in at The rife! I * peal of ti cent per po serine wa* elal vote ii allod 3 12 Com plel c ot tier race* For F ♦ 111 i urn iii ii I > ii iRi 2 f v pro d. I Hold1 ii an* .i . * IMI W COH t OK" ll ti i lint Th -a pla* •\ I nil I IM* Ii* *> t Indicated of man, mu tit Ie oui lim mu* * law pi.** I md i c. on defeated For r pea! I a * a p pto v d* us* I; that i M tin it in I»; i r *: 11 I ' w "ti*, Ro *d i Mont . I 11.1 ’A • I I**ta rd. 1*0 lie* eel I of him v. it Fin!*, to d k now * ■nth and of “rn es—arret related ti* '.Ills di a pp* a rain* . • HTV, polir*'* j1 was kidnap* w bo t ill lied W J* I -**> beer .st* I , t be -Mil I taken O mil** Nov. Hig-that Carolina will of tin- case chara- Holman Reynolds, sinner, with murdering millionaire husband Smith Ii* yHolds, last July. Win ti Hiuyin> went before Judice A. M. Stack in Forsyth county superior court to read a statement asking that tim case b* dropped OJI grounds of insui-fieient ex idem *\ Stack set o'clock for a formal ruling. 'I be judge said tit** d* lay was • old* red to -hi* James ll. Poll, I of Raleigh, colin el for the defense, an oppoi tunny to reach the , * o artroom. Mig gin-' prepared statement < a I si} asked that the c 11 a r g * -M a ai ast Mi Walker, Winston-Salem youth, indicted jointly wile MIR .Iioids. he dropped als** “Aft* r a careful investigation s in ibis case in which the dell* miants are under indictment lur murder, I ain thorough!.' satisfied that we have not sufficient evidence IO justify th** case going to trial. I ani authorized to nay t nit Sheriff Ti ansou Scott aud \ isiant Solicitor Erie Mc-1 Michael, both of whom have made ca etui investigations, cou-1 cur in this opinion. 1 “It. therefore, becomes my dull to *1"' rmine what course til*’ state shall pursue and likewise an, other question of human judgment. There might hi* an error of judgment, if I proceed to trial wornout sufficient testimony and discoid Ties of addition, “Evidence It* leafier would In are many people now,they forgot until the following ; \da and other parts of day to elect a chairman, county who w* *e her* » Later Rinard and Floyd wont , age when t ,e act which J to (’.ut brie. I hen th* state capi-a -tale iva- c* .*•- j I al, to borrow funds with which | lf . (icing.    to    Start    the    new county govern ment, for which no provision had 1 .•.ti made av yet aud which then aid won one of t e' would not receive taxes for that I iv I., vv hon rd ot eoun-i ear until the following year. There living in Pontotoc 25 years made Oklahoma bruted in noisy Among I benj now tax asses jeu mail places on i y com mi - shine! -Join I). Rinan Short. Floyd ch ar I:    r im in a wa. on lo t*e sworn into Declares Federal Bureau Goes Out of Its Way to Dictate To State 'ha rh who a- >y Floyd, a young along ii lid mem bors on 'lain office by Me I Tel nil. WilO bi*l JU I •d f i oui Ma id va here lit w it h I corge Maud- t IM I Judge a rn I had They iv* r* | fig ore being N Haskell. ,«I lowed $35,4*00, the se! bv Gov. Charles ie. L * commission r i i \ oi v ii1P ories ii ax v\ ii ii I hi arrival *>* I been sworn j of Indian T log expired j 2 1 statehood. I lie ai <» soon as 111 got to a I boga ii a pp] ox i I bonds elect e*i «if I ieia I I It** v busy and so * a cite* I. he i'b»\ii renic hi bars that Sam orb* ti. real estate dealer here or a number of y*ai's, got the i i warrant i-Micd bv Pontotoc statehood, warrant va l itten bv AY S. clerk, still living ;■* mein iters that as new coin nil >>huM rn porn ry office they for VV* -a i .County after No. 1 tieing I K* rr. count v lilt Ada. I I,* i na tai. a tm reliant lien lived for several years in lot ilia. ami Short is report ot bel be i • - idiit. at Mays' ill* . m» ln-in in Texas for a time that i b avin Pontotoc county , lias Call'd to after after COLB WIVE SWOOPS PLEUS OF GUILTY remperatures Drop Rapidly Rain and Sleet in Some I daces No I rials Completed in Two Days. Rice Changes Plea After I estimony WENTZ INFLUENCE BUM Bureau Insists on Many Changes In Proposed State Building Program OKE AHOM V t TH No' I bpi \ charge that the • *:••’al bureau of roads had “gone out of its w i y to dict all to tie ta * of oklahoma*' was made t*d%i> by J, F, McKe* I. democratic member of the stat* iii wt\ commission. IP* aer a- • d t lo* i era I bureau ot “playing i *p a bi can polit irs MeKeel's attack cam*' at a time vv hot) tim stat* > road pro t n was at a stalemate, and mat lied I th*' fi ’ t open of fen • ii** by " • '" officials again t tin* baler,*', !<u nan. For month there lure '*«■ u .dissatisfaction, th* d»*mo* (tic members oi the *•**minissic*ii 'i*’ iiig Lew Went /. i * uu'»licau *    " mission**!', with the bureau ny insiniiat i*»u. M e iv * • ! predict **d “a «■1 n after March t. w te n !!■•' d* in • *• ?i* t ie ad mini -t re t on ta K * s *’> fire.' ll** would not peculat poss* hi*1 beyond bureau “AY ti* Lilt SENTENCE F TISHOMINGO, Nov. I 6 V Buster Brannon, 21, one of th*' seven men chained with the murder of Jim Wax als. w alibi In dian rancher lad April a, st«*o*t (‘on' ret* d by a district court jury today with punishment assessed imprisonment. I ny was out only foilr reporting hit*' last nig lit. ►ranee was granted three men charged in th*' ease. trials got lintier way today*. at life Th a* hours. A sev other Their They ate; Ralph Denmark, Roy Kirkland and Wilbur spear. XL \Y Newman and Floyd Stnpp, Oklahoma City sale>uren. a i so a re cha reed. Wood', "as eai!*d '’<mu bis ut night and nom* st;* > * * cha ’•-*'* death upon r« of thousands liable bonds. fir of lain Th** • va t s s! I* * I I * * ins* to in* fleeced dollars in m o JI C liminal On Si I rill i I) ch ket Running hcdule During This Week replacement of ofieials. Thom is ii. Mel humid. chi* I since J 9 I It. •n MacDonald iv > d*»\vn - I >.»ll>I court no" iii *d un a p*r- (B> The Assonate*! I'm***)    '    (I r«»*i I ii* ^«t *v Tot dim* rat urea as low as I ti de-    Dei hi ctituinul ore* s high gales and icy thor- progn - - has mar n-u up o ugli fares today marked Ok laho-* *. ct r«*coni on trials for th*' first worst cold wave of tit*: iw<> di \ - of iii** docket, which is Felted ii* d to continue through ma s season. There was a light snowfall in some cities as far south as Aid-more hut in most communities sleet and rain froze to street ; and sidewalks and in-rcury readings clung to the 2t» s. of* Forgan reported th** it iii; L. I I I not ! ut In lit I lilly cit v t r assoil it oi. ; • eoiiy Iu of tin it Ion I u .* no avail. If I pursue the course -recs temperature, as i have derided in this case, if | swept* th** Panhandle. the e should be additional evi-1 other side of th* stat* cl* ne*** hereafter the state could proceed t*j trial. In determining. lh* co ars* that I should pursue I have decided that lf I make a mistake it "ill hi* th** one that leaves a way Open for its corr* ct-i<»n hereafter. deli gales On th*: power lines in the Sapulpa vicinity were endangered by the coating o ■ sleet. Tulsa, Bartlesville, Miami, lahoma city, Ponca City other points found driving walking ha/.a dons. There Oh and ami was ! lienr 1 stat*. |t.h* n •tit I Hop 124 trial rep low ; Senator: 12 d,i no Wtiitld MI ti; ani ng 11 Iud I horn; F an! i In* National ( *.nv**ntn»n Numerous I’dints I Legislative Adion Ni imes or ; some snow at Woodward. delVndants    are    n«»t    Miami t * iiip**ri» t in *> dropped I 'lr**" I* ast    tin*    stat**    can    do . f roni ,;p to 2M; ut tong north J* stop th** pi os**cution.' V\ iud; sleet and rain freezing asp it falls; driving dangerous. Enid: Hiuli north wind, cloudy, 21 degrees. Temperatures plunged to and 50 degrees from at many points. The weather bureau at Ok la boma City predicted gene rail.' eufoy. then the door * cIommI t*» a prose-J sufficient evidence < available .it any Ho In* I I I < > * OU \\ all **t» I* itll** lit bef I MI V, ult fait! pro; ass *    *    *    I po Walton 7 7 I *h »’ rl itll na I Davenport K* en Con r ** t '.7.*. t t Shiv ** I ln*l 2.e*27. * «*ngr» * D t incur • R » 4*. 4 7 (hum ta***: Hastings < ll* .oi « R I Foil ..(IS AA I igllt , ('n! (wit Con. D ^ . ut annulli coni Ona! Funnel od a re-ob farm strik* t• r f**r “ca Sy rn pathy Nov    lf,    (n    \t- tiK ti* indorse *lir**ctlv ii of th** farmers' holi-tium, *1* Ic ates to tit** tit iou *»f the Nati-- En ion t o«i ay pass-ition    sn j i    ♦ st inu    t he moi    mf in    at    a    rn ar ri * i! coiisid* J at ion ' in tone.    th**    resoltt- < D t (ion aas on*1 of a dozen presell. • D» 11 I. t t OI d din IO, 7 I. 115; cd bv the 1 r*-so) lit iOlli s cornu attice. r I Did > all of w! si* b xx crc i ♦ass* d. I call < it h* i r r (•solution# : adopt ei Di suey cd for Fr ant i, Ren Mill* t j/.atl* *n of silver at K. i f »u 3 to I a s a stej I to" aril e< luaiity list * let: f * i r a gric ult Ut** a ml rex iv. ll OI lh. 7 DL busine Tills i inc Bided direct i mitres • in * Ut «*f S* nato! AYEt eejer's Ca* t *« mon et I r .ti iou hill. * ** ."*"1: Dig Tier Income ta v.'K Bi e rev I *|| ut* lo he cli' Idrd bet " * « MI tip* * t ; Mc it a I i*iii tai pix cr UPI* ii t and J ll" *.1 ''***; htat**' s amt Ex* iii j*t ion oh run a! ll farm s a ank boul*'? , f * oui al I tax* CH CVC* pf it*- “If the utility, th*-now is to ii tiny ar should not b* cut ion stooiUi t** justify it tim** liereafter. “It will h* recalled that practically all of the evidence which i now available "as presented to tin* torone' s jury which heard th** testimony ami so far as I know, all <>! the witnesses who attended the party. Likewise ti) evideo* * *ii ait persons who were in t!ie house at the time of th** Killing as well as th* evidence o'    tis*    physician    who made    th** post-mortem examination an I inurn! Cit* evidence insufficient to justle a charge against any person VY tit Ie the grand pre!**: r* d such a charge, w Iilo i bai *■ no criticisiu iimk* of their action, tor I know I ,,t it vias oiliest and sincere, vol the -.rand jury did not have the benet It Of the ***• id- nee of any wit mss    who was    pits* ut    at    th** part,. *»r av ho was in the house id th** tim* 'if the shooting. Im reasons. I    r* quest    that a U»>    entered    in    this jury and to Friday.    » Seven cases were listed fot M unlay and Tuesday Fleas ot nilly have heel) made in ti' of these, on*- defendant default* I, and i n alias warrant lias been issued for him. and one case was passed to a later term of court. I ii addition pleas of guilty have I*, . ii rt eolved in two east's scil* d-uUd for later in th*' week 'inn Rice, charged with murder in courted ion with tilt* jh*lt-iin slaying of Buster Harris 'ranees September ft. after witnesses trad presented testimony in court, with-1 j.. )t!ea of not guilty and iii. n d a jden of guilty. He in fenced to four years by Bushy, district judge. A. Fi (ms charged with reiu of an automobile, defaulted am! an alias warrant was issued, yesterday s highs ^ f;Uv chad dick and Bu tv is I Craddock, charged with s**cond iiurglary. «mt**red pleas ot Chaddick v/aa sent* nc<*d to on*’ veal and Craddock iv. j 9 ' ai s of age. was gf 'ii.-pended sentence. F a ' e of Charley st evens, charged with fit st degree robbery wa contin'!* <i by agreement. la e Ford, charged with driven!* " hi!**    *1 milk . entered of guilty and will I*** sense t unlay, N It ember I 9 F ilk will be sentenced on his 'den of guilty .barges of second d* gree forg-\. her* : Ii i rn t Im* said. •that, I state s bureau ; la w I in th*-to SU state/ tall, " g« st a J he tried to District c<*art open* d th** tIiird ■*'    day **f a criminal trial docket to *    ii.i\ ami In I tis afternoon "as ii    \v * * 11 along with the first trial ot vn'th*' week that appeared ilk Is to ‘ go to tile jury. For th** first two da,. no1 t rial- wtT" completed, ti ut* to on** default, one passed and Dw iii* as of guilty. jess peters this morning plead-i *•*1 guilty t<» tbree charg**s ot to chicken theft and was sentenced to on* year oh each charge, tm* sentences to run concurrently. Tit et program    tor commissioner “ll* was Ioo -mart to do telling im    thai    wa    the business.    But    now    the *'ome^ hack va ii h v\ hat 'lins a ‘compromise’ program t hat is not hie more nor less than attempt to dictate to the state ’ McKee! ref* rred t*» til* pi o gram made public last \vt*-k * * 7 Wentz before tin latt**! I* ft '»» Washington, D C . IO attend national convention of hi .v- t* officials. Sam Hawks,    comme sion chairman, also will attend i scheduled to tin* meeting.    J    Friday, with • ceral The bureau recoaitnenda* ions ’; i»e iven Saturday foliow**d submission of w*uit/ -* Bushy. Josh Lee in Eloquent Plea For Definite Program For World Peace BUSINESS TAKES HOLIDAY Programs at Schools, Patriotic Parade Mark Celebration Here Vita ob erred quietly tin* orca sion < * t th** I on it** lit h eel*’ brat iou of Vt un Alt'*' Day. Wilt*'*! on Novom ut I I, F*|s, brott bt to an end the war which hail d awn into its fury most of th** nation - of the world, Flags flew befur* a brisk, cold wind, schools gave attention I** I HU it a hie programs and local offices, husi ness firms ami simps I were closed for th** day, Josh Lee. of Norman, speak in t > an audient •    " hi* Ii filled ;th> amido*, nim of Convention | hall, pleaded for support ftvr th*' i program of ex service men seek iou to place an embargo on ships J imoils of arms to b< Hi emit nations aud to make provision for drafting wealth as "**11 as men in 11 in*' of w ar. t vt a patriotic program at East F* tit! t S!.>!* Tea* ti* r- college do nu th*' mottling. Ville i lean L* j ion and \axillary wert* in chara*'* \ ol Crawford, L* ionnaire, pre I si*!• *1. IVlk Flag I'tiiirli'slcs Mrs. Boy Chrisman <*kplaitie«l to the stndi'iits the court* si* s (•» th*' flag, in an Informative talk Which th** students gave ex I cellent attention. \ bija Ii Colbert, pianist, played three wartime songs, and Mrs. case    *if    John Keener.. W> Iv Keith sang a vocal solo, charged with wife abandonment. i accompanied Mrs. Thomas. was continued    aft**r    evidence had; Rev. L* -db- <*. Shiv th, pastor (lr**! Bust* of th" Christ inn church and a which Ii** Legionnaire, ga'** th** students ii* en heard, Judge suggesting a Collis* hoped would h ad to a sat isfad or. solution of the si I nut ion. Bond forfeiture was ordered and an alias va a i raut issue*! in I he sam** case. will be tried la! *r ill th" week. Th** criminal trial docket is continue through sentences to bv J ud WU a • >r* I n r- 1 (I* :re* v I guilty fair and colder for tonight, and slight moderation tomorrow. Reports from representative points included: Tulsa Temperature 2b, kb et, top vsterday 7. Chickasha 4 2 degree terap«*r-ature droit to low of 27. ()\**rcast ski**s, high wind. Muskogee    Temperature ILL rain turning to sleet. Oklahoma Cit.. Minimum tem-4 perature 24. ski*s clearing arterialurriay ic** early morning rain. Barth'svilie North wind. temperature 25. rain and sic* t on highways and streets. Viva Temperature dropped 52 degr* es t*> 22. light snow. Okmulgee. Heavy im •. RO d«* •v Im* •ii a mg a u plea t"need Jim suggestion for mod its i 11 iz th** pm griini - ’! * ii it ♦ t<*l Dy th** majority com mis.Mui* is. \\ 1111 * ■ t i - pin gram relied for 2ho no • -    «•> gradin and ll r * i na g**, I Oh mil* of pa vin-, th rec hi .du* - and *• j t« jisi\« grav*d work, Wentz re* j omul* nd< d silt lit’tion **t    in11'’'1 g radin. and drama e work for pa \ i im pro j* ct s. Th*' hnr* an s I eroiimicridat ion (■allod for t» I mil' • of pay in , and a widespread grading and; drama ;*■    program,    including    I | S. high" ay *; I in Ila i per a lid Woods counties; I S. kb i*! (; ra ut county and •*;•'*• big Ii way I s nort h    of La vv ii* * .    as -»m gest- ! cd h> VV    lit/,. “\Y* ntz has added about J0h miles of grading and drain;*-'*-so that it would I a • ie c*» "-a • to un to i Im* gra - -    r*"*1 ani sin it our - ii ta e*~ s before we could get w*Tk under way,    McKee!    de cia red. He predicted thai with i ♦ T» a~‘* of f* (I* : .ii I ands, 11 • commis ion ) would complete I .tuft 1.200 *11 ai na re. 2k5 mil **' T! Horn* statLties showing I to* cost of war in live s and motley to all nations and closed "itll a pl* i for peace. Downtown Main street was Hilled wit i hundreds o! spectators vv Im* ii th** Armistice Dnv parade pass"*! through to Convent hoi . hall. \ color bedecked fin* truck at j the lo ad of the procession was , follow*>d In th** college hand. j Farther hack wen’ the bands oui Ada high school and junior high school. Ada I JI i Ic 'rmonieters Show Kl sc* I )ur mg: Morning: W itll Better Weather Promised t one a a day swept w lugs that brought snow many sections of I* IST LIVESTOCK SHI til* u*»ll»* pres*-** lh ta if * ■ VV son i I bi I I M' ll 11 < t >« tit ' j ** \ I, * I ' products am A (MHI , I 4111 L ( Rl It "tx .met AL pa x I a niters i«»ii as ci in ('BnDc *Di I fir ii ill t'N ■ ti• I. FLM*'* ut*uit of agr Roe * I * * s 7 56; Meta n Hie i Bid » Reductio! 365 I Foil g land ii > i 51 « UTU It .Bo 4**1, Hath b * Mal *'r till In rat lier 4 hair NS* trees »,f the budget e»! rn Ii* ll * t R t JI ;* * *>77; K ti. Id** I I rot I IPT* ( lint ) 141. A mot all and uniat" * nuiriii ic cost • ii by Bur**. gov*-! liscov e venue. urn on it a I* «ii‘i \\ ii 4 2 TI a t. m ll * Second 4 23.1 2 $. Fin ii I I H i 90 . Eighth 4 2 3,3 3 5. R i P All Hit Mmm. Distr Cootie! * MMV* UFI caum tm mein 9 ll * I* Iii ut k bill lie ac i i* ult lira I „ *1* ah is to of product* the de pa t- (Itlient costs, ry of nvv to ha la ne * d* hts, public 'at** of t«-i iitdoriM *i * for gov- ii j!| of f.t I III •I 11* \\ (is D a-*, in a uMiit of certain Bust I 17 * DI -took flites I ax*.Wing reshippin z 4 1. T aud sorting. iii o mou Bion to a I IO move now ut lder wa j I ♦ x packers. 16. \ condomi nation of the mi I ta r- istle .It tit lid* ttonai instil i * foster* d dion s. by edit ca An In lier i ’anc** tax hill that By I a s lug a non suit. Higgins can at any time move to bring Mrs. Reynolds amt Walk**'' to trial merely Ii,* appearing Ii* ton a judre and moving that the case ti« reopened on tile -rounds oi "iv discovered * vol* nee. Formal entering of th** nolle j mss** was delayed momentarily vv ;4ii*» mutt att ac lice went in -• arch «>f Sheriff Traimou Scott i aa ho was not iii th* courtroom' when Hi gains mad** tns stat* rn* ut. Walk! . also ".is ah:* ut. AN. N R**ynolds. unch of the' dead youth, who re*(Heeled Dint the charges Im* dropped, "as pres-i ut. accompanied by us attarn-*>. Reynolds said lh** solicitors course was satisfactory. TWO FIRES CAUSE I 'onca City    Tempera t Ut es 2 s*. slippery Htr**‘ts. Ardmore Pre* dug, li-ht snow earl/. Guthrie NL rcury f* ll from 73 t<* 25 degrees is. 12 hours. I'n ii ca ('sty Temperatures to ‘2 1 * t' ace of snow, high Monday "as «2 ■ER! SEAT Wilt WILL HE APPEALED OKLAHOMA FITT. Nm 15 I* Attorneys for a No vie* ton t machinery salesman today planned to appeal hi- two y* ar s*-n-lence for alleged brill* ry of a Hearer county commissioner to Fite criminal coart of app* .tis. Son* nee was parsed on Hold* it IL Roam . Oklahoma City, by F Hiner Rah. district judge. I Beater CW/, after «*v* rruling I Roam ’s new trial motion. KANsAs CITY, Nev 15 hi’1 Brince Domino 101st. slightly more than a ton in weight, to day was declared the grand Cham don Hereford of the American Royal Show. T ie champion, born in the Mar* t snows of Douglas canyon ii* a Colorado Springs, is underrated t lls v*ar, having previously won grand cmimpionships at th* slate fairs of Des Moines, Iowa. Springfield, HL, and Pueblo, Colo. prince Domino Dilst is own* l l and exhibit* >\ h/ Mr. and Mrs. Ray MOttd I*. le wis of th** la w is Banning rancli *»f 7.5*4** acres. Fos th* second successive y‘*ar L i*- Oh* ■ land* r, I S y**ar md Farber, Okla., youth won the I grand champion calf prize at th** Atm rh an Royal wit Ii Hereford • ntry. 11 va a - the fire; tim** on record that any j sn or feeder has won * j*viz* Ivo y*-ars In succ**ssion. In l'*2 7. Ober! anders fattier died. Confront'd with th»* re- iniifs of grad il« and (On brid g* - and ‘2 7 5 to of ji.ivine '**i Di" v*ar 11* >f * • im J in .    *    x|    lid    it    ii I ti9,7ti5 on highways ill mil* iadiUs of Ada, cit v, din in »ii** 2 1 ha- hr n on    th** McK** I sa bl: “Th*-' figure aion*' convincing pron! thai have ant roads th«*r* i * i $* wit iou .I . lits Ti4nil* months Ii** (■Min rn i ion, should 11* w<- didnt to h« -in w it I). Pontotoc count v > by se' **n other count im. I ""iii on th" commie "as a g o * m I road til adjoining county s* at s hound**! A * t VA ii ll -iM»( tiM*re only *>n* Foil I ga* * Blast Damages Oklahoma A. & M. Livestock Home STILLWATER. Nov. 15 111'* Ligation of an explo fir** which *a>’>• d damn proximal "Iv I :‘.u,OOO to mal hut* ban dry building Emma SHON INCREASE // in I oat to AA IN ad A SH IN* The comptroller I • ported today I« jmrtinc nation I knell tat Fulled and Hawaii t22,5$i,9 ** 5,ooh ;'.*», un itici* a-** ai i*acr the pf"' Iona %l"ere**e of $3.1 k tilt* »atn* quarter in-post ta on S"p aggregated $17 *•** an inc * a'* $2JI,904.POO. hut th#* year o tat* * * Ii tat iii c* Ala? •ire* -*p1 etui , 2 M * a RFI I AM I) AA Ut \ IDI Villi* A I HIN I All S WEWOKA, Nov. 15.- LF*— ailing to id* litifx ii im as on** of tic no n w ho robbed a Maud .ink re* * ntlv. county of fie* re to* Nig lh put', beld for several davs. I automobile ti i * ‘it ? <1 ail ter *F* 1.91 a 4*t IPU. Mf I I > 0» I fa#^. St •r June decreaa* 7 Olin y r *»! a- a s hi Kind on OO icharge. a t T I* * mn I fib d t! I uty >3 2 A nth ow I infer turd that of j Deputy were *1 ri*m liti-Mlaj - |4,*iti1 Fir** ea: ly this morning de-si roved the ga rag" of Robert Win*bish jr., and the Buick sedan which was in the garage Wim-bish lives at Ila west Twenty-aecond str**et. The alarm was turn*d in when the fire was discovered about 4:15 o'clock but the flames had I mad* such progress that the roof i missioner. of the garage fell in as th" fir~ men arriv'd. Roane was released **n bond and return* *1 to the < .:> wit i s ,mia nility of aiding in the sup-Sam laittiniore, assistant attorney .,ort 0f qij, mother and a voung-general. who aid*d John A. ,.r brothel. Leslie assumed charge Spohn, Beaver county attorney, I 0f d quarter section farm at th" in the prosecution.    lag*- of 13. A. K. Pittman, county com ails-, The youth has been a consist-sioner, testified Roane gave him ,,nl va jiner in state and national $ Inn to vote for the purchase of | abows for four ars. having en- M,tl Ii* ties. N*> Th*-b"f «»r* no on* I 10*1 and M ax fey * *11* d t* < V ;* ;• im! if a M- • ani* I <' hi wa.' j hurt- • I rout ll ••«lll* '«*..* * ' l»i»H> I Ada Tu* -*la> alg *t <>! a of real wint* r following Which t ll* winter st .t>‘»n into the southwest on the of a blizzard and sleet to Ok ia boma. The wind which brought th Chilling breath O' tin* "Old wav** passed and by early night th* air was calm and flea* and rapidly | growing colder, Tio- government th**! tncHnete . recording dtlfing the night t i*' dropping tempera!tire went do" n and down until it touched th* 15 degree mark, far to* low the freezing point. latter it began to rise and by lo o * lock lad ’ each* d 3 2 d«*g ? aes. Some inconveni* nee and dam a * was reported this mornin g from effects »»i the cold, exposed hydrants and radiators "hie*! had n*» an! i-fi < • /.** solution or had not been drained suffering from th** fr ezlng temperatures. Old batteries, inn, found Le* burden of cold motors harder to ca r . a lid com* Of »item a * * ad* sluggish, quit OII the job, til UC h In Fi* dis guest of the owners Weather prospects Po coining days a**' of Importance to ne lie* I ole*! eve ti 11. Friday afternoon Northeastern college football team is .-cti* *1 ii• cd to rn* »*t I hi -I Centra! here in the final horn* gam** for til** Int !♦ , .(rt*! th** Kit Oat rat it et ar* hoping for reasonably* cot w< at ber for th*’ aft* game. 'I on da x the quai! for I‘*32, and many > • - who ar** Cager other affairs and t •noon Ute I a of t one was ex jil*'!- ion JO M C IM wa# in ;!! IU collegeis prize are quartered in I hey were tan* n American Royal at Kan-a* City. The building 1925. The cost last vt a s wa* a - ii rred si hor! v t pig’ ’ " to n iei11 dr ire Th" nock u nail y Toil bl * ig hut week to th*- . ♦•stock sh * j w am open th*- hunt drop al to t>* ne bird Ti Hpo* t a ie thousand-* o to k f* fields in search of the ga who annually fu rn is Ti sj succulent "ating for bunters In the stat**. *- Berrie Better, To Be Moved To Pen This Week ere**’ "d $ I 2 5,boo. Iii a second hand road and th* money was to he divid' d with C. P. Arnot, another corn- A A ery Mmo^e AA ager WOODBINE. N. J.—Two glass man! the vt entail Who complaint against Hep* now claims lo be his w if* -or i lies    here recent Ty were two companion of arrested at Glade- Heavy dam.** WM    “|    ^    provedJo    be    t*Q    too    -any    for(shouuj. maintainer j    club work \n I f»2N.    J 3    _    _____+______  DES    MOINES.    la    T    -'n' ‘ US'    (.(»$> II AA AYI IIF    J    treasury i- a    popular .kice. L > HFNTKIt I.O>ES KIA'dlRS Wegman. newly elected trails ii has received    25*00 appbea* ion- for jobs as his assistant. The ip-includ* democrats, re in I water. Man*! Texas, roble r\ as susj»ecis in ta* the result of fire burned a big barn Ct. VY. Busby in just south of Ada. held hay and corn »— Greatest returns for the amount MIAMI, Okla . Nov. 16    (.I*)— Friable to stop his automatic.... from firing a'ter ice bad bourn*.* I William 0;tayL    h«J«*lW»»04    Urn Valley View a wager on the _______ mechanism, Dave Woodbine high Wilson. Miami aviator and sports- The* building school foot hail Dam. Fader the man. lo-t *• Dut ‘' j terms of the bet Ire ate the glass- _______;    es for lunch, physicians said he told them when they treated him invested — News* Classified Ads. at a hospital for internal cuts. two fingers of his left hand during a quail hunt n"ar • A tide* son. Mo. ye sterday. The weapon jerked from Wilson's gra«p, shooting him in the hand. j publicans anti sodalist#. AA 5* a democrat, and tabes fie** January I. of* Greatest results for tne amount invested—New4 Claaalfled Ada. MF.SKOG EE* Okla. Nov. 15 hi’ Tit* R* x. /. Althea B‘-r?i". sent rn*-*! to life imprisonment for til*- poison death of his first wife. probably will take bls place behind the wall- of McAlester penitentiary this week. Berri" had recovered today from an attack of influenza and authorities sa bi he would be tran-f* rred to th*' penitentiary within a few days. Th" minister’s 19 year old wife. w bom h* married less than two months after the first Mrs. Be Tie# death, ha- visited bim regularly ia jail acre. ()* gunlzat ions i "pf * • * ut * *1 in til*' pa rad" i ti floats or antonio biles or ma re b I ag .Tont, wire I lo* I ("oiifi *I<• I iif** veterans. American j Legion, Spanish America a    war I \ "tora na and auxi Iia i v, American Legion auxiliary. Battery F. 169th Field Artillery, National Guard, Camp Fir** .iris. Boy Scouts, a group of IU ousted I ii ti i x id aals aud a bin Ii im* of ra t Vt Convention hall, where much of the audience had «*> read) as • in bled, the program opium *1 wifh advance of th** colors as t i1 colli*'-** hand phi/ed “Th** Star Spangled Banner.4* XA JU Nm*.*' lo I alk Rev. I#**s|lo (»„ Snt.x th offered til*- ire Meat ion. aft**r which Atis. Mildred Roff Smith, a war tim inns", talked for a tune. Mr Smith is a member of Norman Howard pout of the American Legion. Legionnaire Wyatt C Freeman of Ada : - i sch(Md faculty, 1**1 as: • in hi > Big int’ of wartime songs. At ll o'clock th** assembly observed a period of 5o I "cnnds si- ne* iii honor of aob! *. •    " ho w* t * xmi huh of th*’ war. Ahi Jon* po t coni ma inter of th* Le iou. Introduce*! Yol Craw *»'d (ii f vice com mambo , vs bo in turn present***! Josh Lee. The audience Ii ten***! attentively as Le* began ami at tines do* I mg ins add! es applauded th** points h«* made as Ii" spoke In vigorous presentation of th** stu at ion confronting the nation to day and Th** program to til «i I real world peace possible, War bas nu •    ’* Lee sa el, “and lf we can remove th*- causes war will disappear. Iv. re x ie** men b"!lev«* much c.iti be *    dom to xx aril    rial pea****." ■, Dying for ones country Is not * difficult In til** excitement of a mad chat *    against an enemy i Bn**, Im* continued, tut it is mite ll more dr emit to live for on* bs I country t) rough long days ami yea I S. VA ant Ileal Fewer I Ex-service    men    enrourare    alt f    g« tures that    ba,*    been iliad"    to ward disarmament but ar** doubtful at present of complete dis-a th irn* * * that will in'ite attack i or a great military program that would led o war, preferring to I** neither helpless or iiiilltaiy-niiiid-« d, L* *• said. TTo* caus **f war ar** economic. I."** said, ami theme caus* * can bo removed. If** present.*! three measures which, h" said, ex-set vic** men ar* fighting f*»r and "bilch will bring definite advancement t*»"ard real p* a* ". First of th*#", he said, is an embargo on shipments of arnut to fighting nations, a cause of friction jeopardising peace and bringing suspicion on the nation from which they are shipped. Second, according to tine speaker, Is a chang*- Hi moral policy, a turning away from th** “dollar Font iii (let! on I’age Ti, No* ii ;

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