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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME xxxu ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1932 NUMBER 38 PREVAILS IN ALL PARTS OF STATE Unusually Frigid Temperatures Recorded in Every Counly Of Oklahoma ZEROJIEfiTHER Some Fatalities Reported; Ice Wires in Few Localities OKLAHOMA CITY. llec. 12-- coldest weather In s-v- t-ral ranging- downward to 12 below zero at Woodward, had taken at lensl sU lives In Oil-1 lahonla today. j rorecantt-rs predicted tin- m-r-j ciiry would begin a rise Tiit-hday, however. Norlln-rii and Norlliwfhlein points gt-in-rally had ro temperatures overnight. llesldes the extreme mark at Woodward. II was ten below al Alva. Kven In the south-astern purl of Hi" slate He mercury sank to and 11 above zero. Two of the four week-end deaths were charged to si' (I ac- Thf weal her had he.-tl Illumed for two other fataHtlf earlier In the wt-i-k. Snow rein-bed a depth of five Inches loduy al Mva. AilldeolH Itepolle.l Traffic accidents on Ice-cover-1 t-d pavem.nls look the of, Mrs. Margaret Appleby. of; I'oiica City, mother of two small. children. Nl'-lc I'feffer. JU. of Ok- hiliomii Clly and llcriilc" Fei'rK 7. daiighler of Mr. ootl Mm. .1. II. l-Vrrls of Gnlhrle. Mrs. Ap- pli-by was killed when Ih- iinlo- miiblle In which iihe was rldin.: overfill in-d n- .u l-awhnska. I'f'-r- fer and l-Virls -III weif killed In sh il acchleiil'i. "Francis Joe. y.ar old t.f Stl. and Mis. Joe C. McCain of I'orl SHI. wan Injured fatally when the family cur skidded on an Icy road near and ov- filimii-d Siintlay. Although bin n> ck was broken In three places In an automobile accldeni. Morils Torby. 17. of Shady I'olnl. showed "slight Im- provi-inent" after an operallou In n I'orl Smllh. Ark., hospllal. Vonng Tarhv's companion, who was dlUlng. escaped wllh minor Injuries, when their automobile hklilded ov r an embankment iifiir I'oii-au. In I'niiloiiiill" Tin- int-rcur> if ached ids In Ihe panhanille and slipped to or n.-ar that mark Ih' norlhwesl.-i n and nm thorn llt.ns of the slalf. More snow was forecast fin" litnlghl and Ihe mercury was ex- pected to sink lo six degle, s lit-ie. the lowest Hlnce .laniiaiy. I'l.'lli. when the It-mpeialure was nine Itflow. The n-west blast penetrated At de- Increase 7HO.OOO Bales in Since One Month WASHINGTON. HIT. S- (.V> Tin- cotton crop tills year wax fMtlinaleil today at I2.727.001> hales of poiimlu wt-Uht hy tli-- of A month an of II.- !i I7.00H hales was made. Last year'M crop was liali-H. j Tin- yield Is fNtlinatt.fi at I poiindH per acre, compared with j tr.H.2 pounds Indicated a month! and 2HI.I pounds produi-ed last yar. Id.-vlHfil riunres of this yt-ar'K iicn-au-f were aniioiiiiceil Mhowliit; tin- acreage In cnlllvatlon July 1 IOWA'S CORN CROP OVERFLOWS AFTER Overwhelming Majority of Chamber of Deputies Against Interest Payment HERRIOTllTS HftBD Urines in Masterly Speech That Honor of France Demands Meeting Obligation to have he.-n I-.S.IIIIT.OOO acres and that I-ft for harvest as "7.- .'Vi.OOO with a total abandonment of 1.7 per cent af- ter July 1. Tin- estimate of production this year by stales follows: Virginia. 2x.limi; North Car- olina, filO.nOo; South Carolina. fi'i.'.iiOn: Georgia. St.'.nOo; l-'lor- Ida. Missouri Tennessee, -I Mlsslsilppl. l.ir.o.OOO; Louisiana. r.ln.OOO; Texas, l.tlTp.- Oklahoma. I.OMI.OOO; Ark- ansas. N> w Mexico. TO Oil DEBTS Several Courses of Action Against Defaulting Nations Possible ill Blainc Cminly Pro- tests I'cinK Without Train Service BRITAIN PAYS UP {Chancellor Declares Payment Of Installment Matter of National Honor WASHINGTON. PIT. l-'ram-c was envisioned anil congressional I'AIMS. Due. 11 tiiov lo make Kdonard Herrlot prein-' i ler again despite his overthrow i hy tin- chamher of deputies on the American debt question be- came manifest today as I'resl- dent Albert Leburn began con- sultations with political leaders. M. llerrlot nle.pt through -tnd w-i nn-iw-ire of' s record corn crop or in.otio.uuu inisoeis nas ,-tlvlt .H Inking low rd and Immense stocks are being stored In open cribs, great piles 1, aurnle i together hy wires. Six thousand bushels are piled up nn the tt" -'farm of It. It. l-'alrchlld near I'cmbrandt. Iowa, as shown here. Many j farmers will use corn for fuel In view of the great crop and prices. WATONUA, Okla.. llec. 14 of rnniniini- Ity arc nihblng tlit-lr eyes in wonderment. Yes. llu-ri- Is no mistaking Watnima. ronnly seat of I county. In wllliiiiit passciut-r train or bus service. Anil It IK tin- largest riinnty seat I community In Oklahoma tliat In such a fix. Of course, itit-rt' an1 highways '-1''! Icailltm to Waltinga anil theft' In offl-i quartets arc residents who own lillt-s. (nil for tin- f.llnw autumn who lias today as In an Isolated position, llo It Is all "un foot" propo In eoiisciiuence of decision aanlnst meeting Its obligations Itcrcntly, tin- passenger train I due to this government lomor- from Alva to Geary, which pass row. through Walonga twli-e a ilay. Inasmuch as II had not as yet officially Ihat the ould not tie forth lias no TEXAS MARTIAL Some of liln friends expressed ilciulil whether hf would accept ati appointment In view of tli" i unequivocal rejection his plan Alaliiima.l tli- ill-lit Install- nii'iit tomorrow. rnlilnc I'AIMS. linn; lower California, old co. (latter not Included i Culled siiiles statistics.) .-.I- resluned I In dfputl and hi." cabinet y after Hit- chamber postponed the pay- vailed e: I for payine ,f It-nit than J20.000.00.) ITWIIDE GIF15 SOUGHT FOR Tlu-ri- Is tin i-onni-ctlon with lraf-1. ........11... tt.. .1..........i. ,.f ifi.ii.... n..i.ii_i t i ongress littler in ...cal to (hi- north of lll n e 1 11 of Legion I repining of Refusal Debt i For Annual Counly Party Dec. 24 p iisl what occnrrt-d today to IK about such a decided nge In weather h' rt explained hy a gnviTlii It-urologist, hill the Illlld lem- tnlddle of Ih mi-lit Inter-st dm.- tht- mlt.-il Sluh-H morrow. The decided lo dt-fiT tin- ilfhl payment until an Inter-, i national dtdil nco can h" WASIIINUTON. H-f. 1 I. '.I'M Kiriy poiinils of held. An nvi-rwhi-lmlnc ISO to flaied In roiinn-ss s. II. Mniisi-y. whose address vole approvt-il Hit- action. inilny over the tleciston Stratford, rinilt- 2. Is one of the pri-inli-r'H plan for payini-nt with airaliisl Ih" 1 'i.-'ii I i additions lo Ihe resonices iK-lit iiistallmenl due here toiiior- lieinu collecleil U> row. hut at tin- Whllf House and Howiird post of Hie slate deparlment an attitude ol carelul silenci- was malnlain-'tl. K.Miresslons of Indlunalion fir.'t ins-' In ilcmocialic Sen- ator McKellar of Ti-nnessc, say- Inu It was "that llfi'ina.iy Is mil Ihe only Knrop nalioii thai in-iils Us iildiL-atlons. a-i was removed. Watonga major bus connections. 1'rntesl has been made to tin' department state corporation commission, drallun of thf time t before making any iiiiiiiouiiceinenl as to what action and I lives on Capitol Hill were far from rellcenl. one after another assailing the French action in such teiins us "unwise" and "un- grateful." .M.-anwhlle. ll was recalled Ihat the decision lo p-iy the ilui- from ll had lii-t-n welcomed by this govern- ment; after Washington had ad- vised London that meeting Ihe obligation would mnke more ails Supreme Court Affirms Lower Tribunal's Findings in Sterling Case SAYS HOTBESSARY Cicero Murray Says Oklahoma Not Affected by Ruling Of Court WASHINGTON, Dec. Orders issued hy Governor Ster- ling of Texas lo officers ot.. stale militia for pro- duction In Hie wt-r.....t iisltle todity by Mil- pn-ine court. The conrl siistalm-tl u Jntlge federal court III Texas which prohibited enforcement ol the governor's ordfrs. ___ Tin- opinion by Chief Jiisllf" Partially relieving the situation j criticized Covet nor Ster- Is a small bus route organized declaring It was HilH week In run between Wa- nut because lonuii and Geary, a distance Insuirccllou about is miles to the minlh. oral Ion of order With removal of Ih" passeng- er train came also a slop In mall service. Walonga citizens havt appealed lo the railway mall HIT vice for a star route to brlnsi mall. ri-Ht-rvalloiiH was tlt-feated short- ly lii-fop- hy li volt; of 102 lo llecaimo of this vole, the llel- rlol i-ahlnel KUhmltli-d HM unatloii. Many of Miipporters left tin- rhainhi-r In-rort- tin- m-r- ond volt- wan takui early I lilt il-lil iiiornlns. ni-fi-rmt-nl of tin- pay- m.-til was proposed hy tin- rham- ginn nual and pi-rat In tin- comniltti't-K over day brought satisfaction to a' communllv which has be- part winter hound since Thursday. lialn which followed by after falling. some sleet, hint nlghl brought rclnforci-menls, lo Hie covering of sleety Ice left day of seven i ber's foreign and fliinnci the premier's'as scraps of paper. think II Is Ihe the chnmber.'grateful act In Ihe car concluding II hours' debate, was nation In the world, i Interpreted III lobbies as directed to in wspapfrmen. against the attitude of the Amer-, While l-i.-sident !.-llt toys a till h.-ip tin- Norman American l.e- in for the au- Chilstmas parly for hoys girls of I'onlotoc county. fts r......iv-d up lo Hie tires- Include several hundred pledges of fruit and candy, any person who wants to hv cans from pldoiiH opportunity for re-exani- Inatlon of Ihe debts as a wholi Tin......indlllons" ..Iipnlal'-d In Great llrilal'i are ntil considered belt- lo he hlndliig on Ihe 1'nl-1 leil Slates, however. i l..oral The decision was liam-it on fedeial III ifsponsf I" iirKiiiiii-nl hv Sli-rllnu'H lawyt-rs that his action was antlmrUed slate law. The roiii-t wilil II the powi-r of Iti list- Hit- dlscrt-llon thai emeicencles reiinlri- hut ilfi-hin-d that all such executive actions wen' Niiliji-t-t to Jnillclul rt'Vli-w whlt-li 'must ilecldi- wliflhfC stale evecll- ilives had nvt-rsit-pped Ihflr n-r- ounlr.i'd aiilhorlly. j In Ihe i-re-enl case, tin- decls 'ion was Unit IIn-n- wan mil mill- Man Kaynuiml iary necfsslty for Amhiissiidor I'aul Mi-y of Itel-i iMiini conferifil wllh Sei-ietaryj Stliuson this for-noon on Ili-lxlan decision against meeting i the dm- from Ihali f-iiiinlry. II remains In he seen; what action will or can he Inken Kii )ns lisperienec In Alaska with ers I 10 far Into tin- south and Mnskouee today It was glees: At McAli-Hler. II. Tin- season's low of s was it-ported nt Chit-Kasha. SI' t I -COIITI (I li'lephone wires snapped al Oklahoma Trains wen- onh At 7.1 l-onca I'lU It MI; at Ml.iml .i- lillMlliill. on the IMililialldle tip, li.nl :i decrees helow ill-lit. It wan 71-in tills Itii a lluhl snow Id.inkfl. A new mail; lor tin- winters of I and v''s i-Ii M Hit- !iieicin> liolliniK-d at 2 d-'MC'e ahote 7elo till- In (In- lluillesillle area The sKy clond.v In Dial re-ion a i.orll, u'lnd was j Christmas The mil iloMstf rn corin-r of Okl.i-i I'oiua -.hlM-ieil in a two d '-x months. The 102 who voted on! the government Included men of all parties. Throughout th" long session, the burly premier, who pleaded thai the deht had to he paid as a matter of national honor, was listened to ri-spM-t- fully hut coldly. The defeat of his government was precipitated a situation calling Into question Hie whole system of his and war The closing hours of the hls- onl diir-jlorlc. chamber session were cold. j among Ihe most thrilling in l-'rauce's long parliamentary his- tory. 1 I let tlol I rights Haiti I Tin- Herrlot. a mas- i ler orator whose powerful volet suggests that of an eminent candy, nut most nn- notify local headqii.irl er of any ta Clans, by calling It1- add''I All are welcomed. assistants of St. Nicholas say. kepi The milk buttle collections arc In close touch with the slow- hut help out and here. loo. there was no Indication of 'itrlh- people with small chain er action to conn- either from' shopping can contribute him or Ihe stale department, of- fund which In-lps prosldi Mela's pondered ulKanlic parlv. al whlc Ilk. ly to flow from the Paris n- himself will h" pri In.-ai lo meet Its ilebt payment. One view glv-n to i-porl'-rs. -v Chairman Ct-yiiolds of Hn- horn- commltl' was that "l-'i-ance has lei's excuse not to pay than any oHn-r nation. the operations of tin- oil Swells III east Texas. I After the leglslaliii" of Texan Ihe stale railroad Lion Win L. Whllaker told commission to n-gulali- oil pm- fellow cluhmen loduy about hl-i iliicllon, C. Conslanlln and oilier or-in-es -ipples. i "l" I experience III Alaska wllh Ilay-'oil operators In IttihU Counly. its 01" lovs Us'iisiied I inond Itohltih. who has recently Texas. Initialed procefillllgs lo of'San- Negotiations between 1'iance played up In challenge the of III" and this country for a commer- i Hie newspapers as a r-sull of hlJ onleis of Hi" local-''1111 "ealy iirobably lie and re-appciirunce commission flxlliK Hi" of oil I In-) could pro- duce. The prill.....dings were I'd lo din-el the attack Governor It. S. Slfi'llug. anil ol- llceiM of the Texas nallonal guard, after Governor Sterling wln-n to Ihe! for tin-1 per cent of Mfler the war. h-r sh decessor. Arlstldt- llrland. lacking In Ih- hitter's persuasive I nine: charm, fouuht li-narlonsly for li "Th- re is no question France's ability lo pay. admire very much th" strenuous fight made hv I'renil'-r lift-riot bill apparently 111" op- position ran wild." Senator McN'ary. asdciant rt- publican leader. MM-- Tlie early will be held saiur day aft' rnoon. 'J I. at I'onvetition Hull. Friday night. IM-C. US. th" paekages will h" prepared In Le- gion hall, and ladles who enjoy rising the presents, are Invited lo h.-lp. Members of the Legion will gather the gifts and carry them up to the hall. TJn- committee also that should any child be sick and nimble lo attend Hie party, please call HI-V. Leslie G. Smyth. Lf- ndfd aiilonmllcally fiv" tomonow. as will mil he favorable- iconllnuance. Trade bel ween l-'ranci Culled Stales Is at a low nnd the Culled Slat's has for some time that Franc, administered tariff quotas Mild amend- ich a manner as uualnst Aint-rl- to dlscrlmlnat can exporters. The Culled Slates lllUhl Im- pose retaliatory larills against France us a protest, hut In offi- cial circles no such step l-t fore- seen In Ho- Immediate Inline. sappearance ami re-appeiirunce railroad with tl'-i before Ihe public. Mr. Wllltak- conditions j ,.r Hliared a cabin with Mr. for their Kobins for some time. In .Illlieau land Ingi'llnr they worked mil and Ih" i met hods of entertaining and ebb I helping the miners In Ihe Alaska felt city. has1 Mr. Whllaki-r hollovcs that Un- well known prohibition and Smlll being or was slugged and niemorv lapsed. Al least. Mr. had declared martial law In chaplain, and Santa Claim'of Kimland's arcompanl'd hy th" chaplain and' Ilislalliii'-nl will In IMI-I roininaiiilf r III- Fr head. mad" much of the point, that a special situation existed: said In the Fnlted Slates because of the Interval which comes hetwe-n t-aii'l fore- he up ng.iiiisi." S.-nato French, nt'-. d. elslon. ad- Wllilt i i: nnfll Fir ll II UN U I I UUL ULLII L I'mil HcinvJ Asscm l.lcd Hrrc Today and Tinntirriixv Itinuham had not ;nppi- liu-lness wonhl d'-faiill." i adjoiirnnii.-nt of the old congress j --Th.-y tor-.-t that had w. l.i-en and the convening of the new. j unwilling to loan them Hit- moii- He begged tin.' chamher. at tliey nieded wh'-n I toy needed inolii-lit 11 seemed determined and on rea.-onal.h- l.-rms. t h" reject Ills measure, to realize, that j would hav I.....n fatal to France." he said. Senator Harrison, ranking dem- ocrat on the M-nale 'inance cotn- mltlee, said "France's altitude Inconiprehenslbl" lo m'1." r.illnlo Will LONDON, llec. 1 I. i.l'i Nev- ille Chamberlain told the hoiise of commons today Ihat payment 0.000 dfllt made In gold In N'-w Vork tomorrow, or by arraiigemi nl b.-lween the ft-deial tc-i-rve haul, and Ihe Hank o[ Cngland. Th" chanc'-llor of tin- t-xcln-ti- u--r mad" ibis -tal'-ment In th" course of an o[ the d- hi policy In the i'iioii-e of Tin- members cheered his announcement. I "The federal ft'Serve iMIIlk. said, "will provide tomorrow ap-' amount of gold reiiulr.'d hy Culled Slates govern.....nl the liank of Cngland will either lost his mind for the time. The WliiVaker says. Mr. llohiim IH one i using the Mai" of tin- most brilliant men In- has taken ever known, and IUIH always been erlles Inleresled In the welfare of Ills fellow man. Lion J. F. Mrlxeel. who was In the city that Hn i-hargeil that hy inllltla In- had possession of tin- oil prop- in I hose counties In viola- tion of tin- federal constitution. A Hire" judg" feilernl district conrl on October I, pinhlhl- lo.la.i-, told the Lions 'led Covet nor Sterling. Adjutant Hlate. highway depart- General W. W. Sterling and Ja- nieiit tills year has piivi'd rnadt coli Woll.'i's. commanding ol- al a cost of more than fleer of (In- military forces from It-ss Hum last yt-ar. II" atlrlhnles aualnsl ll.....oniplaln- inuch of this Kiivlna lo p.nnlltln; iMl. producers any inili-rs rt'- conttactors to huy Ihflr ci-nifnl the lawful prodiiftloii when' they can III" Hn-lr widls. li-rms and I lie hest dellyery s.-r-, -----__ Slt-rllnt: Hei lines COIMIIII-III This Is home out hy III" fad that minimum waKi-s wen- sft for this year, and many IteiiM Included In tin- pax-Ilia this year, i ILL WEST OF of Tenth of the I'm tv lurkey pool lor the market In pni-re-s at I In- firner nnd The Christmas turkey pool was bought h> the Fall-mount Cream- of C.nlhrle. Ih" which bought Ihe llfllll okia., n.-c. s r> coinpan> same i-oni-i-rn OlflclaN In evpecleil II I" t-tlier .me In a- not far Ihe measure Involved the prob- lem of a credit of 1SO.OnO.OOII.- noo francs (more than "Where Is tln-re a French; peasant, where Is there a cltlzt-n who would criticize a deputy for refl-cttng before taking a decls- ilnloc conn-' which Is destined lo have rt- Christmas percussions upon his children and: today and) asked Her-, riot. I Turning toward tin benches, he cried: "Yon are coins enormous mlstak'. that on I'olncare you voted to WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 -The house foreign affairs cnni- mlHf" today unanimously the bill pay Hi" Mexican government n'o.ooo as an "act of grace" I mark In London for tin- killing by Oklahoma! for tin- account deputy sheriffs of two relatives of ex-I'rcsldcnt Ortiz Itnhlo. It acted after In-arlns Assist- ant Secretary Wilbur J. Carr of such as curb', guard mil ami drain spouts, mil Includ-d In contracts let In I'resldenl K. C. Wilson an-1 -d thai the Linns minstrel, i AI'STIN. HIT. I.I') (itiM-rnor It. S. Slt-rllnu. niarllal law rule of II list Tt-Mm ordered set nslde hy court tle- clslon today, rt-fusetl to comment mi piohahli. effect of (In- riillnk.' 1 prefer not In say anything; ItlEF BILL til'! n.ak" an! lti-in.-ml.fr! A unanimous 1...... II. on fun- .-llff of the pool; L.O well alioyt' III" I An oil well which oper-j nlors nald gauged belter than onn dally on Hie basis of 1 Ihe Initial flow of I ml barrels for the first hour, was uddul where In the west Holdemtllc Held lo- wel-h.-d day. The well. Ihe Mltl-Ct.nlln-' t-nl's No. U H.irJo-Jacobs. west of the city. Is Ihe vcntft-nth and largest iirtnlncer In tin- field. Located in tie sw Hand was lopped al 'J.SSP. feel. TJie well -was drilled lo 2.SM. before cementing of the ilghth! Inch pipe. nnmhi-r of "iai ll-llngs Saturday were' fiiini Ih" mark, are to visit tin'1 tin- turkeys an in a-nl loaded on tiaii-poii.tllon lo many have never if turkeys ut one gn the reconuni'iidiitlon of jdninenial t.irm r voted to recnatllie'clovly approximating tin- ilnm.- jilt- iillolineiil bill piepar.-d hy expressed the conviction' Chairman Jones was submitted any man who would the bon-e agriniliur. roninili- ceed him us premh r would hate, tee today by spokesmen for an extremely difficult situation Honal farm and commodity to face because he would "lack, which lie will Tin- agreement, reached at Hi" tlehts." Hi' the state department and schel V. Johnson, chief of Mexican affairs division. The bill was Introduced hy Clnilruian Mclleynolds (U.. Tenti) lo pay -ach to the Mex- ican government for the families of F.iiilllo Cortes llubln, and .Manuel Gomez, students killed Jinn- I'jSl. at Ardmorn. Okla. They were returning to Mexi- co from school In the Fnlt.il Slatei and were killed by th" deputy after a verbal iiltercntiou of the highway. reserve bank amount of gold. gold will I" t'T hv thy liank of simultaneously of the f.-dera a n Her-, required. "This 'deficit el shipped la- as a ohont for Ih and undcrprlvltcKfd C.letiwood school. -tr------ Hoy Seoul child rtn -.oil producing area a year nun last fi! imiib uttfttrfii help enforce 1.11 iioiliirviiii-nl unit liiatlo Itxlay that llnly IIIL-. Hit' S I.'J In- diu> ttiiiioriiiu- mi lht  oil state advisory coniinlllee. clar.-il loday. "Our rdttiallon Is simply this. Col. Murray fsplained. "We enforclnc Ihe orders of corporation commlsi'lon which the power to make and regulations. We are not attemp- to KO tin! comiilU- tllcl we r nly Ambrose Durrlll. the a III olliohlle III which tli" ronpl" rod" by a scrlptlon from Arnetl, the depu- ty chased I! (.exi-ral mll'-s west of town win-re U ran out ol The man fl'-d afoot hut the woman surrendered. Th" man walked hack to l-iverin- nnd was In a store an hour later. Tie- couple gave their names Jimmy Fox anil Juanll.-i Sanders nly he. of Foil Smith. Ark. They were '.taken lo Arnetl for uuestlonlng. An Oltl Soul hern Cll-toill ATLANTA Hiift m-rclmnt-i who advnrtlst; drink ctirh t-'Tvlce needn't feel badly about this, but lln: couth water on the curb. system In operation before and reminiscence.-! 'if Hoover moratorium. t th" tell how couples would For more than an hour In- held J rail at a drug In a "bus- the' attention and won the oh-, inflight" linger and order vlous honsf. "Wi- ob-' sympathy of the wbohr' and I curb earnestly desirous of i wen: tln-n. an- nucli tilings from tin; mtlier sutttTB they Til" waller would de- slon's lie iiolnti-d out that In Tcxim. the Rovernnr B.'ive full power to 'tin- mllltln mnk" rulef. nnd t-iiforc" tln-ni. and that JndKi; court al Houston governor could making n final and satisfactory settlement with the United States Conlliiticil on I'aK" No. :i liver A Hi" to favorite drink and gltiK'- lift? popper. a three- ruled Hie enforcr Hn; or- of Hi" railroad rointiiliiiilon with troops. but "lit! lackwl uiilhorlly to KO heyond that." Greatest returns fnr the amount Classified   

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