Ada Weekly News, December 15, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 15, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1932 NUMBER 38 F PARTS Of STATE Unusually Frigid Temperatures Recorded in Every County Of Oklahoma ZERO WEATHER Some Fatalities Reported; Ice Breaks Wires in Few Localities OK 1. \ HO M \ Cl TV I *> - CIN The <<»:<!.■■! a. alle r i * i a I y • s re. iii iii; I ut’ down * I * Im•!<IW /* IO ai VV .oil A ll ta k **»» at !‘Mi -1    Id*    -    I la ' t o I ll a    tod a • l orH-«M. rn p**- ii* t* d On flit) W-uld    hi .ill a    ah T a* Kila K bow* \ * ! Sort!,*- ll a lid Nim? a ilium* genera 111 had ii* Mi temperatures ove rn I Kilt, I Hi** extreme mark at Woo it was ten below at Viva, in th*’ siuit h • a *M #*r ii p** 11 stat* ti*- UH re ll a 1.1 aud ll a box • /•’n Tw<»    of    th*-    four    ’a • • I- at Nm w or** * -ha r * d ' * • r blent * Tin- a* -it ier he blamed    foi    two    <M    MT    J .I * <11 lier ill the Se* k /now r*’i»ebed ;« d« ,*t ? I III ill H list.I V .it V iv I V< < (dent* I t«*|** *1 I **«l Ti aff ie .*eeld**flt** on ta* • d pavcin et took 1 • i Mi - Mal .at ■ t \ppb * , i ’<»ti • a Cit i   lier of i w* .Wild»en, M**k I fetter, 2 2, In boma City and IU t ni*-** 7, da ik*bt i*r of M r it nd It I Vi tis of I: ut hi i* 'I in* fease «*i 780,(KIO Bales in One st runt e onth Am F ! DEFEAT ON DEBT Overwhelming Majority of Chamber of Deputies Against Interest Payment IOWA’S CORN CROP OVERFLOWS male of I I ,-lade. Last Hi .lJiMl I til I OS. led al I*. 2 I ii ms red v, ii a HERRIOT FIGHTS HARO Urines in Masterly Speech That Honor of France Demands Meeting Obligation -*d J i.-. / i o Even f the l’\KI\ Tor ll I* A moi*» to ilia e Edouard Herrin! prebill again despite 111h overthrow bv th * chamber of d*-nuti**s on the Vinerican debt question be-1 ’    faine manifest today as Fresh1 a ’* . dent \lbert L«-burn beman con-*' nations with political leaders. VI. Herriot slept through th moi nim:    < activin* a I a I! ink him as premier. I cell t ai •od net ion t: Several Courses of Action Against Defaulting Nations Possible BRITAIN PAYS UP Chancellor Declares Payment Of Installment Matter of National Honor ti Vx atonia in Blaine Connu Bro tests Pieing W ithout I rain Service L Supreme Court Affirms Lower Tribunal’s Findings in Sterling Case SAIS NO! NECESSARY W ATO NT; A, Ok la , Dee. It ,P Residents "I this community are rubbing their eyes in wonderment. Yes, t ere is no mistaking Watonga, county seat of Phono *o nty, is without pas^en-mr    , train (*:    has service \mt it is Cicero Murray Says Oklahoma I >or ha ms t ie largest county seat No! Affected by Ruling Of Court I    .....    _ VV VSH I NC. TON    It"*' I- community in Oklahoma ti at is in such a fix of course, t »<•! a are hi uh ways leading to Watonga ami t iere I'M ri'    I ii i ou •• ii til    I    nu    SII    HIC    ti    tis    ii    Mitt! md was unaware of Iowa’s record corn crop af f»4h OOO.OOO bushels has filled all elevator    ,h ooking toward rein- *l>ace immnst stocks ar* h* urn stored in open cribs, great piles    '    *    ‘    . ... .1S ..render    held    togeth*"    by    wire-    Six thousand bushel- are piled tip on the -    1    •*    *-    ..... 6 *" tot ti follows 1 Motile of his friends'expressed farm or K. lf Fairchild n*-ui Rembrandt, Iowa, as shown here. Many    v»ir*.rinn    . / IMir'i•"«»•' 'wi»T"r »<•<?.'** “,s wl"u>" co"‘for insr,-*t crop a,,d low    i.'n.. WASH 1NGTON. Dec ll ; I* ranee xx a s    en v i - ion«a1    n t*D i    are reside ut t s    who own    an to mo- ]    Dial <ws    i - -im t i    iii i, in cl not St el ‘elal and coagfrssional    quart*"'-    ir es. hut De    th*' f* low    who has1    lin 'e'    T* X is    t>a officers    of, the j today    a-    in    an    is*ilated    position,    n0 ,.ar    ji js an *'(>n    foot”    propo-1    '•tat* militia i<»; seducing nil pro in    consequence    of    th**    decision    sition.    duct ion iii th*' east Texas* fields against    meeting its obligations    ReeentIv, the passenger tram j Wer* -* t a-ide    todifx by    the sn due I *»    * 'ii- governin'ut tomoi    from Viva to (I* ny. w i tell pas-*d pi • no celli row.    through Watonga twice    a day.' The    con i    sustained a    three Inasmuch    as it had im*’ as i t    was removed.    Watonga    has do,    judge    federal    court in    Yexa- t hat the |    major    bus    connections.    which prohibited enforcement of !,i* fort ti-,    Protest has been made to the (he govt: nor s    orders. coming, the -sal** department state corporation commission. 1 The opinion bv Thief Justice I    i’m* time Partially    r* Hex ine    the    situation    Hughes criticized Governor Ster I *r •la. I an appointment in view of tip* prices. ain nil ll]] a I) non nc* nu n I as I * * what adion inav he taken. Put -* nators and t *1*: * ,-< nf a tile- on Capitol ll ill wen* fa r from retioent. ‘aim* after another assailing the French action in siidi lei rn- as “unwise” and “un grateful.” ,M* an while, it was r* *• i lied „    ,    ,    i    ,    ii-    , i ii |. *    .    I,    that    the Pri'i h derision to pay j no ut «Af less than $20.000,00.1» Members of Congress Bitter in Local lost of Legion I reparing (!t.    --,oou,( (pH, from jt , l(j i interest clu«* the Fnited States to- ~ ■*’    '    unequivocal rejection    of his plan j ’"',*    ,    \I«thama,    ftff. |)aymeut of the debt    install-i b,!-    ‘    Ld'.tmo,    |||(.n| tomorrow. 0; Texas, 4.44..-    ____ I,OKO.OOO; Ark-! N a    Mexico. I    Cnbinet    Resigns v j i(i Calif**! !    PARIS, D«‘C. It hl*i    Premier ar cr    stat* s IO,    Edouard Herriot and    hi?    cabinet ,,';j m, a r<*si^ned today after the chamber .■J this week to run between Wa tonga ami (loury, a distance of about is miles to the south. There is no connection with traffic ti. th** north of Plaine counted* un ii nod ion- in response to USS’ Mg-    1    ,    ' at uiiM tit pi Sterlings lawyers is action was authorized -•as k to ut *!•! oui troops becall***' ii**!- ai)*! a -iaf«> **! insurrection mad* iii*’ restoration • »f order im pei alii e Th* *1 **ci -1 • ah W .1 based on ,j jn 11* <leputies postponed tin* pay- <> Bay l^cTat Denunciation of Refusal in or row. The chamber decided to defer the debt payment until an international debt confer* nee can in* WASHINGTON In c. 11 I' I o * I d. \n overwhelming °.KH to Resentment thu'd in comales 7 vot* approved the action. The iodav ov**r th p• * ne dci-ion Ulm premiers plan for payment wifli against paiin i m s I ! I I* sol vation!* was defeat'd short- (ivh! jn^taJ9ui«tit due lier* tmnoi I or Annual County I arty been welconn-d l>> this o\em inent; aftei Wa-luu. lim had c*l \ is*‘(i Loudon ihat meet in. t In obligation would make more atis Wit Ii removal of the p «*r train came also a stop in mail service. Watonga citizens have 1 appeab’d ti* th* railway mail sit i,x \ i*M> for a star rout*' to bring in mail.    !    !u> Dec. 24 fur a nd I Im Lei i i ii killed In sled acc I *i * ut* MFra nets Jo**, t y* ar * «if H| t a nd Vt i *■ .I im* * • if I OI I Sill, w a    iii A    ll- a! when tit* fa mil >    * c i    -hi ail lei I'tad ll* ai Wall* I: ■ • I I ti i im *1    - Uinta i \ It bong ti tiis ie ck wa iii t ti re* places in an    nit * acrid* m , M*ii t t-    lo    >    \, Shady Point, sh**w * d ii; pi n . lie ut aft* * an Oj»* * • a Poi t Smith. Vrl . h  ii Ta r h s * *. IU; *;* ti i.»* * was *11 Iv i n g. * a p* d i 11 in nudes, w h**n t "'it aul .-kiddo*! * * v * i an emba teal Pot*.in /••ma Iii l*an I tai i< 11* els iii t he pa ii * od I* and ti* *>r tout r t oat n ai im * * IMM I it w e-t < I ll aiel HO tie I Mins Cif (is** st a I * More snow « a*; force tonight and the niercur.. ported I * a sink    si here. Hie lowest situ* J I ‘a 'til w ! **n I it- I * rn ,a* 1 at XI r* e/ing NX l ather *> Ne'lit I *»1 lower I Iucsday to for*- bv a vot** of 402 to I ST Ju f M* tat ii a v I >y VI 11H    pfcau-A-    r»f    this    vote.    the    11**1    ,    j M j I .....    i    i lot cabinet submitted its resi- I erntM I aturcs    .    ...    .    h\pr< 1    ‘    gnat    mhi.    Manv »>f I lip support*>rs    ,    ...    , .    ,    :    .    r    (ais**    in demurral nj quaitoi . ,    , .    ■■"    oft the chamber befire tho soc-    ,, .. .. it occur o d <i**la v t«»    . ator VloKelh .    iii    Aliet    \*»t*‘    was ta It ii carli tins nut ic ii    a (I* *•! *1 a’Ai morning. Deferment of the pa> i weal i * ’ l ll I «• III I ll *    .    ,    ,.    , , mint was propo-***! bx the cham ted In a government    .*    1    'thai ' •i s foreign affairs and finance* 1 ,u* row . but al t o W ..it*' ll*lie state depart men! an at (ii i leiice w as ma i ii ta i nod. ions oi i nd i u nat ion I irst '••ii-i < him* se* sax mu it was char “that (.* rmaa* is not iii** only Lump an nation I r**a I s its obiigat i<*n- a hut i he ie ild to rn Im middle of tie* a t isfa* t ion to a I jell has be it i n a*»aiim1 sine** last t Ie premier s as scraps oi pa per committees over protests    ~    **l think    it    is    Hie    most un Th*- action    of th** chamber.    - r®te d • ‘ • *•'    Iii    en    *t concluding    I t    hours* debate, was    nation in t    ii    w*uhi, intel }»r«*ted    in    lobbies as direct***!    to ie wspap'    rm**n. against the attitude of the A mer- While P;«si*|en[ H*a.*\ Fil l v puli im ll. Mun-A\. who g|l adord. route 2. i oil** of tlo* ' Sat a -I addit ion- t *» J he re-oin c*s b. In- cai bred bx tho Norman "oi tinward post ai! th** Mnerican Lent UMI in preparation for the animal Ohri.-imas party for boys and girls **' Pontotoc county. (lifts ; *•*•* ii * d u}i to the prcs « nt    include sex > t ai    hundred i.e.    i .Ii *!g*‘- <*!    'nil a lid ca lid >, nd aux p«*rs*in w h*> w ants to h* I * h\ '.ii ing orang*‘s. apples. ■ i «lv.    'nits    <*r I« xs is    asked to notiD    local    Ii end q na riel    s o{ San- f am (a claus, bx calling CPL **!•!* a1 \||    ;ifts    ai*- w*dcotm*d. local assistants of St.    Nicholas say. milk Dottle collections ar* if peen ns I rom i a I a i ress is I'h’lous opportuniiy for ic-«'\.iiii ma t i«m <*f 111 * d* lit s as a who!*, he “conditions (initialed bx , tii'Mi llritai'i are n*»t consiiier*'*] I here t<> be binding on th*1 i’m t*•«I State-, however \ nihil -saflor I 'a ti I May of Del I l iiim conferted xx it ii Se*u etal * Stimson this for noon ahi th*' Belgian decision against ni• tin t he $ lf. I 2    d in' t! oui t hat I eon n try It r< main > I »> l»e seen w hilt action will aa; can be taken if any. Negotiations between France and this country for a comm* r A-iaI tr* ity priihably will i - sn- pended automatically with de fi>»#! t a *; nor I ow as con d i I i< rn LIONS OF ROBINS that ft* r rail in g * I , men!.- I ii H i t< ic** I • * I roil *wn \d« t a - i,k,i .IIH 11 a ti ** of it I a vol a hie for tloir Rohim of all parties. Throughout th*-long session, the burly premier. f n sa I t * * m Ole eon to report* i its d g i Im ams iv ear •'    '*    *'    in-,    if. j| j)    government on    til** del>t is-    in chi-** t * > tic 11 with    'ii*' -'Million,    - low bitt help out and here,    to**.    1    !l< s ie,    rather than against til* rarlt-    there was no indication of ‘tilth    people with small change when cal    socialist party    leader who    cr action t.o a Ollie    eithc ti "Hi    -hopping call contriimte to    til*1 has    I m **• ti head *>f    tit** govern*    him *n the -tilt* d*    at tm* ii. Of-    iinul which help- proxnle for    th** dax    *if s* acre a «*il    jim ut    for the    last »i\ months.    kia'- j.«.»irji-r* <1 th* consort m-ncos _iaantie    pa if.,    ai    which    Santa “n'-    1    nMed    Stat Ttio 4 "2 deputies who \oted | *jU, u (u u0.,v !rnm the Paris r**- Cia us himself will be present j ,0,r S<M!I*' * *    ti    ......    m i    I. ta    'administered    tariff    Afinotas and I partv will tp* ti et ti mum    1 rX, , ..a. .■ ii    regulation-    In tie': a manner .*- day    ait'    tm O'in .    I )a t*    iii Int    21.    Ut to    ti ises'i iii J na Ie    against    Aum    ti- iap*m ii*'** oi i«- who plead**! mat me oeoi nan r«» RVynojds of tm lions** f*>t"igu Friday night Dec. 22,, thejnin ‘\poit*rs. be paid as a matter of national t|,a        U(i    .hat    pud-age.- will tm nrepared in Le- T:,‘-    Siat,‘s    1,11    !l 1,,; •moon, how ex cr,    honor, was listened to n-spict- a, ri.    ,,    ,A(.U . .lot •.    ,,n    h;ijl    ami    ladi.-    who    enjoy    ,M‘**'    rdaliatdf    y    tarifl-    aglint It * u g    rapidly un-    fully    hut    coldly.    ..    ..      •*    ......; ...     ,       .a    France    as    a    protest,    tint    in    off in    and th* -lushy    The    *1 **f«*at    of his government    *M sle«t-totm wa-    pr«*cipitat*‘d a situation calling into <iuestion th*- whole system of ' 1 the    t*'mp*    rattire    d* hts    and    war    reparations.    J1,1 f    home- poop!*'    Th*    closing    hours of th** his-! .    I int ti r* d out dor- tori** chamber session    w**t«*‘ r sn «*re cold*    among the most thrilling in nio-t of t a>    italic* s long parliamentary his- th,. ground    tory, need    of It.    Ilerriott    Light**    liar*! •*i th** crops    Tin*    *»M-\ear-old Herriot. a mas- at*’ law, CHU! I sa id it rem ti I zed maw et Of "X cm*" s to Us*' th* di-. ret ion tliat »‘iut*i reticles mi lit require hut declared that all -itch executive    action were -object ti* indicia! review which uni-1 di * idi' w ii«'t In i' tat*' *'x*'<*u th*- had overstepped their rec ogni/.e*! authoiitx In th*    present cus**.    tlie    di*ci ion wa that t Ii err    xx a nut mill Local Man knew Raymond )a x ,, it>- f0i interim in Rollins During l.xpcrience ',! 1    op**rati*»ns    **1 th*' ahi ,    » .    ,    well- iii    lust Tex a In Alaska    ,    .    ... \ 11 er t h*' lev Isla I iii e <*r I * \n -a ill It * * r i/a al lh*' t a I railroad I,ion Will L. Whitaker told    his    coin! ie -1**ti (ai r*    slat*' am! pro fellow    clubmen today    about Iii-    dun ion,    f Constantin    and    ah bel' e \ pc i hence    in    Alaska    xx ii ii    Ray    oil *»j ** • a . * t < i in Rusk ci'unix. irnmd    Robins,    who    has    recently    Texas, initiated proceedings to ! **’**11 promiiM'iit I ■ play**!    up    in    ehaljen: *• the \ili<lit\ ol tint t he newspapers as a result    **f    hi.*    j.lu (,,tj |jlt.    bidets **l iii** disappearance    and    re~appeamn<*e    ,-aj|roa,i    commi—Ion    fixing tin* h* 'Mi**    th**    puinic.    Mi.    \\    hit.ii*    auMHinf    a*! nil they    conli Ahic**. «r st la i *■*! a <*a l>Lu with Mr «■< i ii i«l pi*i Dim inn*- in Juneau cont i n na nee. I rad** bel xv< en I*'* a ne** ami th** m**thods    ol **nt **rt tinin I nited Stat - is at a low a bb helpin city. Mr. Wiaitake. t>elle\ well know ii pi* iii i hit toil worker cill;*!- Inst Ids III nut * ll i Hi*- tim* a ml e miners in the V lank a that th** t Us inturn Mc* | Convention Hull. d- <i! Dm horn ** I ah ; a Friday hight.    Ie* 2 ca hi i mi I i    xx    a    thai    pa    *    I,    a    g‘    -    will    hi'    prepared    in I a - ! h evens* not    i    *    hi    hall,    ami    bulies    who    enjoy an aux o‘die t nation.    f i x i    n . the    pc* s*mts    a re invited s* ■! 11*-UM-" t mad*    a    i h*T in    Im Ip. Member.-    a*    th*- Leg loll    I Ii Ta j * a ! (JU 111 o!    v    at    11 a > ii i i I    . at I id    t h *1    gilts amli d aft* ; th** war.    ca    ii 11 * * * u i    up to    the*    hall. rh** committee also I ‘-quests at ho,lid any child Im >i<'K amt I* i-iaI circles no such step i- foi -••‘ii iii tit*' imme*iiate fin ire. He*) ut r ii t V it d Mi l ii Vt d t if ! : AW ll ll ll < * ll - ll - I I I not    but    a to*ilion    ran    w Senator Mc.' Ailtiliean !< ad* or. \ riptide    Itriami.    I bong 'i    t*!«    it    ' la* king    in th*-    latler’s    pemiahive ♦ harm, ftiught tenaciously for hist I 1,1    ’ •Hat “Th* ri is no quest Ion about i m lire's ability I * * pay. “I admi re \ **r> intu it t Ie mid* by Cli ahi I I I I flit nill Mil l*a> Id »NT M >N. D* »*. I I Na Tin* proceedin'- were amend cd hi d i i eel I Im* attack against Governor R S. Sterling, and el firers of I lo’ Texas national ■ na rd,    a ft el    < Hovel mn    St * r lin - .    I iud ii *    id a red    mal I ii* I    law    in Gregg. Lpshtir. Ru-k amt Sinitlt lieitig or was slugge*! ami ids ",    1 memory laps«**l. \t hast, Mi. Whitaker na vs, Mr. Robing is on** 1 1 1 .if the most brilliant men he lins taken pm-* MOI, of the **il pr*»p-ev*r known, and has always ber n erties in tim-** counties iii xi**ia inter* -ted    in th*- welfare of his ti**" of t ic ted* cal constitution fellow    man.    \    Du*-** iud *• federal district Lion I L McKeel. who wa iii a 'Ain I 'AAI <"•(»(!>* i I. IhdJ p r «»t» I DI the city today, told the Lions i* d Governor Sterling, \dj»»ti»ut that    the    stat*    highway    depart    General    VV w.    sterling    and    Ja rn* ut    this    vear    lias    paved    roads    «■ * > u f*‘    w*dt*    is    comma nil ing    **! prod ti*** 1 cha i amI that bx t h* state midi la Im1 had •t.i u * to attend til*    patty, pleas*'    ill** L laud* •    ria i u t * * I th* hou-e    a» a <<»si of moi**    than ft.huh    [jeer *»f th* miiitaiy forc*s frtnu I H* \. la hi* (',.    Smyth, la*-    f»f common    today Dial payment    less than last year.    ll** attributes    citiOtcftu’ ..gainst th** complain iou chaplain and s . n t a Cia us **f En i mi $ or. nu* ut d* ii much of this waving to p* emitting: , j, L, 0j| prod UC* > - any m *i **i s r* f compani >i i»v lh*'    chaplain ami    in-tailm 'ut    will ii n-ad* in g**l«l    cuntractnrs lo buy    th* it cement    tricltu th* lawful prod net im* d-ator xvIi*is** poxx **rful voic** asta that of an eminent pp* . assi: a* x pres a d* ‘ I w hat i-t comma nu ck bm or \V! i i ai ha! a t ( In istmus I h hied Her Bxeintf \ssetn-Iodav and I ^morrow I ...in X| i in ii. 11 » iKlitl **crat <*n th*' mitt***', sal i inroinpr* mhp HH M Rile Bill ECOB IIL WEST BF HOlDtllLE ll t *1 I *! NVH.I V Va od * ors said ..iud **♦ barrels dad? i* m il i.iI * nu th** xx ti* la' ut The Nm ; W« St ii the field Local* ii a od xx as t wen xx a - before cement tug of t *    < Ig. s t * inch pipe.   -4    —— IIVIX I* VV - GOVIL. Dec. II—    It —Sn- 11**1111* eiM«ttl NXUS UMM Ie I * s I h y that ll nix I ims |xn i«! the M1,2 lh. ITT lo* l**r»st Iiistaloieiit *lne tomorrow on tin* \tnrritjkn debG * It was ,* j*r« tty stiff Ii- ti Ji*;*ii Barleycorn put tip iii his comeback attempt in the horn* D** other day. so tnt folks will -u.- ; « Ct tie d tie* U d*lillg -OUM* -• •«':* t truining sine* Im xx a- k nock* *1 out 12 x ca' - as**. luiiiuil I KI! Y *    C* 111111 ii AS s S ll*- made much of Hie point that a special situation exist* I ■ -a i * I    ■< in t!i*- Lnifed States because of L em **. w .*»• • aq t ** interval which comes bet we ti    o    a **, won    ,    *1 ailj*iurntii(*nt of the old congress    “Tm x !*•    *•’    t * a im! t e convening of the new. unwilling '*    >. * He hegged tIm* chamber, at th*' •    i h* y rn *•*]* <1    xx I" mom* til it seemed determined to    j,    alHj on Jt.a    ,,na • *‘j» ct hi- measure, to realize that ,,.suit would hay* th* measure involved tile prob- Lnin,r j,,. said tem * a f a credit of I KO.©••((,Oho - Senator ll ;;ri aau <»*»•» francs (mon than $7.""".“ (111 HU U IA » . “Where is there a French a* a san!. where i< there a citizen who would criticize a deputy for reft- ding before takin ion which is destined t •emissions upon hi* children ami his grandchildren?'* asked H**r-r lot. Turning toward th** rightist    .    ._ benches, he cried:    ,    . “You are going to make an    " \"H! ■<. ** * MA-UM* is mist .* k’ Remember    V im mime;-    agt"    * that on the recommendation or <iaim u a Larm * r*»incare you voted to recognll" clos*Ty •* * *»11 oxima' in Hie debts.”    T«‘    ““ M! !,in Ha- ex preened the conviction    C ‘airman    .!    •rn'-    xx that any man who would sue id th* hoe-* a - r .* *-*- <\ him as pr«'tni* r would ha**1    tea t«**lay    »x    -    >    * an * xtr* mely difficult situation    Doon ta    u    attii    ** to f ie* because he would ‘hack -ani-/.«tion-. tile moral prestige which he will Tit* a . mm tit. im *‘d to continue negotiations ,»ro|on-*'*l f Turning toward th * socialists. * lo* * vc Sainted : “You also, art 'lion?. You soon will recolonize your error. Lirst *Af all. you are going to i-olai** France/* , Herriot called the attention of th** chamber to what he term - *1 th** probability that if France I dors not pay. England cannot j hermit* Iv pay \merlca without • in her turn asking payments I I I-it each in \ xx Y<»' . I* UM *t ai* I Ii* lr a ira    * rn* lit b*h xx * *-n I •1 * - * ", * * ha It:    a ll ti t a Liiglam!. • ha ne HM* !i 1 •‘ to buy their < I* !,\ VV he!*' I I* X can get the hest ,(j () ,l, ja| terms atnl th** iiest ti* Ii\ **ry s**r- t lim t h« 11 wells, sterling Declines I liniment rn I u :<»v • ; lf mI -rill** Hi .iii fatal to i Ll >r s (IO HI * ' .*•! •lit til til*' -it i * * 11 of    til** t -    d*    bt    '■'limy    in    t he (ii! liifill-. 'J - IM - (ll ll* TS g announcement. WASHINGTON,    Dec. 12 LF    “Th**    f    *'e ai r*    *-rve fieak The house for* ign affairs coni- s^id, “xxiii provuh t«*mo! ow th* mitt***' today unanimously ap- amount of •**!*! r*-i;mreq i.y i m row d Hie Md;-. Holds bill t'»    Fnite*!    Slat*-    ox*-: um* ut    at    I pay    th**    Mexican government    the Lai    ;•    <*f    Lit    an*! will    *■>»- t:;o,non as an “act of grac* mark in London -nun 'an* *mslx !f>r the killing by Oklahoma for t ** account «*f Du- f* lei,* nhout deputy sheriff' of two relatives ?•• -a AT. A, -ll, a ti equivalent of **x Pre-id* tit Ortiz Rubio. amount of "bl. it    act.a1    after    hearing Assist-    “T’ii-    whl    win    (ae -hn*;-*    I hint .-• ■»< Nip Wilbur J. Carr of    ^    J;    .    •    j    .*    n*l I'*- stat*- <i**part tuent ami Her-    r,? ,q ,, q sc el V. Johnson. chi*-f of th**    “Tit i -    i 11 involve    a    t* a1    *-try Mexican affairs division.    deficit eq nxab tit to L2!».r,0'*.qm*. T s. .ill was introduced    by    Honor    at    Make c ai    man    McReynolds (D.. Tenni    dsrec'Iv    xx:'    tor    rn 10 pay $ I    a,uon *    ach    to the M*    x- 11 a a    government    for    th** famili    s of Emilio Cortes Rubio.    ami Manuel *;«»rn**z. students kil!***l June i*. tf*3 I. af Ardmore, Okla. Th**v were returning to M*\i- t t *    # t    si    to rein f    111 Im *i I •    <1* !aU co from school in the I nit* * * States and xx ere killed by t vice. TUI- is borne out by* th** fact that    minimum    wag*-    were    set for    ibis    year,    ami    many    items ii,,1.1.1.a In t ... iMvi.m ll,Is vt.... mnrli.il In.   ..f lh.- .-as! Ti-m.s I    j j    (l),j    oil    11 <    lit    was    ordered    set    asiiii*    l»x a    I    nited    State-    supremo    court *1* Vt STIN. T ( • * aX I* I IMH It. D»c I St< I I i ii * P whit* in “I pi**ft*r not to sax anything until I have a .al iii* decialon Governor sterling -aid. ti* indicated that Im* would not issue orders im mediately to m* Vo. * In martial law proclamation ; which < rit state troops to the hi, r oil ie od u dug area a x'-ai ago I a -h. *’ f    August to tieli* **nforr<* pr*irution i * * xx, -    ,,a    yin*    n d*-sn iI>*• <I t h t iv **- xx ?»i * * 11 faced. “The gov *-rii rn**tit xx a Mr. C ha to (ac! lait] x a i i o ’; - alt* rn a the t it >    -    ;it*r    in    * (‘Ut ;**u of t aftcf a VAH iia hit txx ay. rumen I I »* 1 na unable jug *• said, lie ‘Default bx th*- British gov- xx• nun* ut * * n a -urn which ? **y ut*. such as lip cur lh glia drain spouts, not includ    , el I**); fiiAjax. refused to cia iiiim'hi contracts let in I bdl.    .    ..    .    r    u l-.-si.l.-n* K IV WiUnn an- ""   .....A'1" ima im > d t sat th** Lions minstrel, gIx * u la-t Thursday night at th** college, ami the sj»e* Sal program put on Friday morning h**fo** i he co! < . a* a seiubl v xx *-r<- h*it t s a i cc* -ss fill. The minitel n**tl*’»l ] ami for th*- Poy and underprlvile Glenwood school. The fnic*- of 1.200 melt, at first assembled there, had been rip I * * a -k* b-toii organization as the Tex a railroad commission wa* a ‘lh- Pa    lh    tile    it    oat    i*»n    with [J if > oxx a rn* fs lf was a'‘-timed that Governor I Sterling would lift martial law (Ik., a (IX way next month before Ii*-XX"- turned Hie chief executive's office urn! to Mrs. Miiium V Ferguson, gov Red **i iior-eb-ct. * CAPTURE SUSPECTS IN FATA LAVI .ll.    KEIP Count. I    P    \    man    an i-;»*-ms    in th*' fatal a    ' nig * f    of (I * * t    I Xii' ti    night xv <t t cli man, captured    her** today by    IP    E" \ iii bt os a* Dud ill. wa -by i Itll I II* room print’ groin C* AU Id IM Af f rut hf ai I; x .-ax ti M V R* A AI _ ! i 1 / i IA g til* aiitoiiiooti * i ti VV **(■** III able to jinx XX «A A i I * i r* - xvhic1 a * he *'OU pl** r***i' fix a ii ** - boun n i i g i i *1 all ai* t a ax e h on fin o ! would tm nd th* a * * * - u tai-;* Hie; ti \ iI xx * ai Id. •ti a- jn *1 rn iii-f■ It * Ii,*!! -•?i* f% cha * A f t ' A W r * - * I :* a - * > I i i a ti) Eh * A It I \ f ' d it -< x iM'tf, th* A * T al nit I* -si ran ot jep’i w * *h it A A I a -Ti or, to j [C lip •*. I I i 4 ’ Ilion! ll -•-!).*** **f Tm xx ■ am a ii man H*-*I ,i root hut * I. The f IA * * ma a “It i might ha ve mad* a profot MMI walked hark Da ! ai t rn*- a rn! xx a f I m... ’ **!( f El X’ iMib* conc* pf ion arr* t* *1 in a -""I < an hour E later. h ■ -lr1 “That I lion -h«»u the d*vu I “That ba ii- * * tn x xx . r * hgislatio a11y ii V mo *• i ai or We lied today xx ere i Im* compar- qi ti es -a-? lo d I» . \ i live. pl e from France. I have warned I haxe never *L os* sight 0? th** constant solid- total* rn ,»nd a Ity o' France and England l a! and now >*>u are acing in the frained ’*» ****** direction of returning to ae par* rh Pi *    * >m ' ’ . ° ate accords. lf the common war panty xx ' * j fr*mt is destroyed and if Lug- ties * int is I land tr* ats separately with Atter- power as a ill I ira, it xxiii not be my respond- tie- * nj**}. d "M' * bilify.’ he said.    I Til 4.” vr. ti for! Declaring it his judgm* nt that Mi lith <it I N. \ T of t he meaning of obligation, public or j*rix at* , with con-*•-• I t|«-nr«*s Which <**i*i hi only be guessed at. “That cotirs*- could not be contemplated/' -    Th*    chancelor la Mi sr* a* <-in- l ate ti was re-1 f 11 * r rM - eh a-;- on a pa s.-rn.* in the la - ’ British note which insisted that tomorrow h payment mu-t not be taken to imply a revival of He* j ,1((ine m j,j»I system in operation ie fore the at vwltnoro ®oov, r worato, iam. were 11 urn* part of th* af*-*!, ti leat non stinted it- flight Oklahoma \**t vtf**te«! OKLAHOMA CITY, !»“*    52 ',l*> Til** decision of tie* Gaited States -uprein* court in overruling the military action *»f Gov fluor /telling 4*f Texas ill Closing down east Texas oil fields can not used as a basts for a sub in Oklahoma, Col. cicero I. Murray, In charge of military proration    here and    attorney    for    the oil Mat** advisory committee, de-'I ii couple gave theli names as dared today. J i a it i a x Fo a n*i Juanita /anders “Our -it na I lo ti is simply this, of Fo. f Smith, \ ? r-    I hey    were Go!. Mu tray ax plained.    " \\ af** taken t * * Arnett for    questioning. I enfo; <1ig th*    order- **f    Hie state *    I    corporal *A') c«»iiimi - i * a u which aa- th' power to hi aka rules and 4TI.ANTA - Tile "oft drink i r*--'ilatlco,'. XV.- are not aUt-mp- m rrhani"    who    ad»ertl«-    curt.    'A'*-    - s« *"■  ...... ......... se j- x ice ne»*du*t    fe**l badly    about    sion    - ord*"- t>d-. but tv-e sou! h    had    so<ia,    H** pointed    out that    in rexan. water on the curb.    I the governor    gave full    power to Records    and    reminiscences of    t *    mil" bi to    make    rules    and tile fibs tell how couples would enforce them, an*! that a three-f*al! at a drug store in a “hug-.judge court at Houston ruled the \u Dbl '*t»iitlM*ri» ( 11** I oui rn*-tight' buggy and otder sa--; governor could enforce ti**' or-of t * whole ttafraa an*! such TFlings from the'liers of til*- railroad commIisIod or rut her glitters they with TOOP-. Em i1 “he lacked t-puhlican t*p;H»nent. Jo* K not To pay constituted a null- Greatest remus Tor me amount ur> I bd* t /. a * f Ferry    ^ (kiittintHil on Fift* 5, N«k I    Invested—News Classified Ala. _    “ For more than an hour he held Ho att- ntion and won th* _    j.         viol!    -    sj    rn    (lathy wax    to spread Ho* inf'u hous**.    Cljfb ,• q, i-f ti a~    - to let the! “VV*    ar*1 earnestly    d* !    ** i- of    were    then. The walter would ti" a ithoritv    to    go    lH*ynnd    tnat. find    until the needles are making    a    final and    -all-factory    liver    th** drinks ti*    lite    buggies.    ♦ drag if out through | set t lenient    with the Grilled    States I A    favorite drink    was    pepper,! Greatest returns    for    the    amount sassafras and ginger.    I    invested rx and then itch* n. Ct *n ti inns I un Fags 5, No. ll I News’ Classified Ada. ;

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