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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - October 20, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS NUMBER 30 GUILTY VERDICT IN MAILLEFERT TIL FEVER SPOTS OF WAR PARTY ARRIVE our; Several Weeks to See End of Most Work Already Contracted For PUSHED IN FAIR WEATHER Detours Disappearing As I ravel Into and Out of Ada Improves W •a rf *1. on found Guilty of Mu iv laughter in Sweatbox Death ( ase. vt .ii T MIMI J id • I nut J i-1 In i HK-ONVI ELE. Th** jury in iefert sweatbox today found ! von guilty of aeq (lilt elf Solo am. he jary wa# oi I*, miritltes ta! - Coon* r Gibbs Uat< '•♦Hi mu 11 it i * r ai ti ii |C*j b< t ti iring ti the iii sri M I! j, * Git rite . R * ii* at •ad. lei ii. •na ad in bot • ti toil -on's I nm m» H t It Maili New floor am wi ,i t tOr is Fla . Ort. 15 the Arthur death ca e < George W. manslaught r isoii Iii-. lait two hours *»r< nsit if y in it had reach- finding was ho a-ever, and — jurors hack Nominee Will Deliver Major Campaign Speech in Steel Center Tonight IN WHEELING TODA" Nominee’s Special Train Greeted by Throng of Enthusiastic Supporters Vrt the loot to r youth* verdict -harei d iiittiiedlat aal for IMTTSI*I IM* H. «>ef. Carry iny; las prest d I** iyu to I *i I * loir Clop of th* Un ii ll oo cia! ti The A <l| Of it V WI*1*" < lit fro) frot I ti* bet W *•* ny ii.' < on I Ci«‘*‘J# ill talc k« to ret y. ii Ida i .lac ii road tim int ct he for* lid T \ a where i will s|*eak •moon. Att«*r th** W I s * * * * I -•in .. he w ill return to ii ! <»r an address to il t t WW* Itll ll 'I lion I hr* i i* j d it it I g i m r M. ike I lcavv I I vol After ( luring and C arrying Off Night NX atc.hman *P to Tht t **o .lit } I met i-ast to I I.* hi lion t he will (I to four foil <1 X IAN nan *r**v md u nu of \d if tie. uo-d Knik F»*d* i ‘ a; i * * iv* *1 nibs of t •111* lits rn 11 t ii Huff a n 'n it. tie nill \ 11* I r \i\ii T • IT I road to v I. road I rue* SH lf toad $ will it hill urea ti KON \ WA. Ok la \ ii all day a ii* today ha*) fail* *1 trace fif two non * ii w ho K id na ped watchman I * arri* d out On th** gasoline, it •ll lo ret UU) aerom p uara g* . Ort. 17 <n night sea i rh to r* v na I any and two wotn-.!.    \.    Maxwell. ar I.* Sunday and i-s of rohherteg. ai of wanting i et * t ask***! Mar in LF ntial cam-/ti t h** “woi k-world” Gov, Frank-v* !t arrived by stein at It a. in. todav. democratic standard lear-. :    wa met li\ t lf irony    H<*    loft i in iii*    dial* Iv by motor for    V\    ie**l- ing, W. 11 Oh a ft lug rn1 Fit I ^ Ii ii I night. I ii > ii I He pi < re ne*- of scores th polir*    Mate and railroad of- ! n u*~ incut hi- count y    and d**t ♦*«*! ive*-, rev* et t    h u ltd reel rn.Hinged hi w * * r i»i throu Ii polo-iiii* s and lake* up a position along tie tracks. V jh** 11 aln .-lowH iimv< ct in on a siding I bere was a rush for th** rear couches v ion11n.    ' I want lo se* Im Ii ii i ml re*!! cd others stood on th** hnd-* above th* (racks wenching «*v«*rv mov<*ni<‘nt as the motorcade cif approximately machines moved away. Found Win ‘tin g. A new f-v-r sjrot *»n th** vs ai iliap of Soul ii A rn* ) ice n hrok**n ont.    Th*    ie \\ thr**:*I to peace is the J un I* Iv in aion., th** Pe. u via n-e hdonibia ii border. Hot Ii na I ton- rn md troops I lie: * a! !* r !*• rn had seized th** cl I \ oi la I boa. in iii*• ('olonihia s 11 out he . Pi * si dent I rn liq is* OI a va ii* I : * ra i i.. Ii I. ol < '(dom hia. cont ribut• d lense fund. Peru Im a I.* ii t sion to settle th* (Ii cmd hv a revolt ti*- STUTE OFFERS TALKS TO URGE IN RELIEF MOVE EVIDENCE IN fie* cit ill caw* ut open war bet wen I** i s spot shown on th** ma > aho\«- i- »! and Tara gun> a* ain ar* ,*r< panel and iii; It* I Deals With Republican Administration and Urges Roosevelt Election. SAYS PROMISES FAIL Deals With Farm Situation, Traces Cause of Current Ills of Nation. “Hoover, Hunger and Hard Times’* is th** campaign issue this year, Senator Thomas P. Gore declared Saturday afternoon in a speech on th** streets of Ada. I Tile speech was directed mainly to the farmers who thronged th** streets and was full of wit, humor and sarcasm as he dealt ‘.with th** conditions of the day and demonstrated th** responsibility of the Republican leaders j! headed by President Hoover for the distress now prevailing. ! The president and his chi f I lieutenants ar** great, on promises Mien i* mn. where    1,1    I    but T,()t much on d*dtver\. lienee should be termed the “Figgiy Wiggly” party, lie* facetiously *1 dared, citing Mr. Hoover'* utter a wedding ring to a $10,000,OGO d**-■ Pail Mn* tic. n (humiliation Commis pule. lh j sudor, which has he* a reported threat* quito, h is >< ut soldi**!'.* to guard its neutrality Governor Murray Applies Tor R. K C. Funds For SH Oklahoma Counties OKLAHOM A CITY, Od. I Th hp' Vn application for $832,1 RI in relief funds for ak Oklahoma counties, forwarded yesterday to the Recons!rue!ion Finance cor potation I ny (.ox. Murray, brings 'lo* total aid asked for the stat* to $ s 15,4 8 K. Twenty counties previously had Peen apportioned funds. \n ap ' pima!ion for Ellis countv will b* tel**, rap hod when its needs are de term in d. I* 1 th** only county for w bidi no help lias been : OUg Ut. The requests made yesterday I ne! ml od:    Garfield    county $25, 700; Grady $5.80*1; Iceman >7 O'*... Oklahoma $0,717; Ok is i boma Cit \ $s7.t SOP; Pontotoc . $52,510; Tulsa ! iuutoii $0,52 4. BERRIE TRIAL Love Verses Alleged Written to Second Wife Read Before Jury WITNESSES HEARD Said to Have Expressed Love For Other Woman Before Wife Died MUSKOGEE. Od. lh P \ po a mortem examination of th** body of Mrs. I* annie Fe: rh* showed “positive" presence of a poison. Taylor Rogers. stat** chemist, late todav told the in tv t r\ in ; Ottawa $25. ti. I '.ii; s* minnie $ I 10.000; Wash h C olon;ilia. Tilt* oilier danger ii Cl I", sn nit th* Rex r 111 utile t e chemis t p* to** * . w R. irn* “taI ring off*' d* .itllle d s. vii In a Norrie fol low **d XI rn. M. hi said she saw ■ • his wife’s wed w hi Ie sin* lay oil lad Match. less I mr st 'n I* LA FOLLETTE no for Shot in I land and I hi:*h Pete Anderson, Stonewall Officer, Sunday iv i <it -1 <* rn* in (I: ait U * * thh it tat" (I* a1 how key. I pou r« ♦*. they told t is a prison**!' h I1' gi#!**r of !«litig Maxwell. I ii iv mg to I Ii** •pal tm* iii store. led about $ I .OOO andis- in t'le cai any them to the to u filch lo* had idling til** "ar-- watchman he and looted Gift;. ahcr blind* En I loon e-St y run they piled wot th of mer* ; going to th** To 1: lion I nu llo I it ra* to d I! Mill out h t lilt 1111 TI W*111 to H I *i *** I- is ill v Motor Go a n * w road tup led d ore Ho ii and hot h tither I - that were load i ca r on— ol the men , drov* it to th** it wit Ii goods, were driven to Firm where two ad d-d t tie* atop n -laugh-the st (fi ll i-1 a ii <1 I d I i cr W ti I O' rapid I He Til' [he ens I (fit ll it Ka ' I: to Sn' sift ic i t Mo Ma ll w two reb*; a mi a ut t t rn - eel up cornfield ; of Konawa. wit Mn an and (bout He hour walk in orit i«-s. into town, mdifi* I 0. B. II. PRESIDENT at- I LU I V w t q (it it i t h ll VWS G. I tool I Jap! Isl IOU IIC* .1 Nov I i Halt 1 I.. Ort ! pi * - ul' it I of ( I 111 VCI si tv ll*!** Ills i> i gnat ion. I, I* IM Ik la ho , today -ft -et oma IT - d I <1 a I eon I ll g-i -I t n ii . ti* will Im- replaced by V Ii.n I-, pastor o! th»* A\< nu* Pupils! church, (Ply . pi o\ ided I Ii*- * api-gat ion agt —# to th* III IIOOIH* go* S to til* apt i I lier *11 o Kllll Hr Ie h Ja*‘k *( Hoot! itll I I V w I I dr v en is ago v%a^ a* * . ,.t* d by t ti I«ta rd ot t ! II St I —S Bv ll i« nit*.ti (Ii— Eh a * *1 I a k * «I tin ll’ V M i Have to I Ii* . |*t I ii * »*** t. VV I) l-tl Ta did. “|»f * iv id* d Va* I st; u t - \ ar ! anc* in* n I s can I * • mad* I* VV it ll IO' ROOSEVELT SPECINE Roil** to Pittsburgh, Oct. lh ' p into l’-nnsyhania, where he in -vp-rted to make his utterance on the soldi r bonus issue, (iii\-ernoi Flank Un I). Roosevelt ca' -tied Iiir campaign for lh- presi-denc; today. I rom a source* close to the <h*mo(*r at ic nominee came lino! -tic a1 information that the bonus p* -cli would be delivered toil I. ut in Pittsburgh. ii* lore the Pittsburgh visit Mr. Roosevelt planned to leave his special train in the western Pennae ta city and motor to Wheeling W. Va., for a Hire** hour and Flirty minute visit. He wa.-to reach Wheeling at 11:30 and return t<» Pittsburgh at 5:15 p. rn., (eastern standard time.) The governor will continue* his westward journey at 11:30 insight with the Thursday stop at Iud lanapolis. Yesterday, the first of Mr. Roo- \**lt s eight day trip, lo* topped twice ill his horn- stale. Roe .* "ter and Buffalo, to speak tor ins friend, Lieut. Governor Herbert ii. Lelunan. democratic * i ■ didate tor - <>v* t nor cit New York. To an enthusiastic Buffalo crowd h* said lie was not going lo do any campaigning in ins behalf iii New York “tov th** »T\ good rep son that you peso* pl* know mc.*' “You know whatever tiler** is good in rn** and \e*u know my saults, Ii* continued. “That bein • <>, I am going lo Knave it for >o ir ..***>'1 pidgin ut sis to wheth-i el I wilt carr. the slat** again on November v by 725.OOO.” Roy Mill was Pro ti > t !" f 1 Greco hosjdlal Sunday aft*moon from Sion* wall for treatment <* wounds inI’lict* d by Pet* A mi* son, St*»n'*wall fit mat I ii. Th' wounds were * < porn * u lo not dan * roils. Hulsey, \nd- rn aid t *; morning, had com* out lo iii car wit ii whiskey, and velum I hi rang iii him. j* I i eel lo***    ' I brew a pint hoi t Ie of w bisk* • at Pete. II*- a Iso, Sud'! • > i ta id out a k ii I f • . w I ic* i • upon lh* ref shot him hand, t ti* tm lh** Meshy part I ii roil: OI Vt tin re * ut MR ti got offing lit •rill g ii Wisconsin Senator Strongly Opposed to Candidacy of Herbert Hoover SUPPORTS STUTE DEMOCRATS Repudiates Kohler, Who Defeated Brother For Gubernatorial Nomination MADISON, W is ,    Oct. 10.    FT) Semi tor Robert M.    I alf"! let t **    ji    • I>cog ressj\ * republican, issued a mien!* ut today advocating the .•Pm i nn of th- democratic presidential nom i rn • . F rn nk I in lh Ron -\ l it. 1 Hr .<! o advocated the election d* mocrai i* state candidates. S* na’ or I .a toilette said that A na * had “no illusions about ■ it , ai tm two old polit teal .:i r* i<    i- fell that progressive’s ot bot pa rf ie - co    I (I e*x jiect coop) rat ion from    Roo none at TIX Bt[B ON STITT [ r t * ii Mon f * nffli t.    11 \ ll* \ IIIN I e OKI.\HOM \ GITN ’    I),    cisions    issued * • in* cont • ; K lienschmid' NS hi!. A ' •cover $1,390 Versed aud r* Morgan* sn. Oct. bv th t K, et a1; OII •man el Walt * hint* a1 \ r Tulsa: an ac el. : Miami Officials Believe City l.ntitled to Part of Gas Fax Inc 'ome MI AMI. Okla.. Oct. I S < With .) large percent of all ga oltne purchases -oniinc from city residents, buying at cit) lillin stations and using th* fuel on city str* et s. it do* s not cern fa * to t he M in mi cit . com rn i on* * and May or W. L.    Hush I    at    ti* entire four-cent slate ga olsm* tax should be di\id**ei h* fw* stat** and county go\ < rnin-ut \fter discussin til- rn.ut r *>*r several weeks and <,omiu*tin considerable re.-* a re ii on ’ u point, th- Miami comm; Mon* * voted to launch a !* a lot tx *• program at the    n*    - *    -    ion    **! the Oklahoma I*    1    hour*    it)    an att*’mpl to **t    a    . unr-    of    t * stat** gasoline fix for F * muniH panties, just a ti.*' 'at- a >" no bile license money i di*. id* d be tweed stat**, county aud nmui* pain y. “We « \*p* ct to g**t t'-e c*» of** r at ion of oar Inca! r-pr* -u t nth and senator in t iii- pro mf t. md of course* should get consid ralih support from a gr**at many "* a cities in the slat*'." Ma or \\. I Us si all r* moi Ollie Veit blit (un President lion ublica n amt senator, h ittaineel victory througii umi” and by employing •**,h i n- ta; • ii from til*' book of .sail u t i I n; 111. Th- Lafolleti . < I ■,!( ^ t f i • ■ i a I p on president Governor Write ii* !* at* d t III enc Philip Barnum* the prediction frequently made \ and always missed, concerning th** curly return of prosperity. As an iud* \ of what bas happened to the country be staled that more than 10,000 banks in tin* United States bac** failed (luring the 12 years of Republican I rule*, or more than 15 times the I number that failed during th** eight years of Wilson’s adminis-; I rat ion. Farm \ aloe* Dropped * Touching on farm conditions he asserted that farm values have decreased thirty four billion dollars during Eh* regime of the Republican, or Hire* billion a year for th** luxury of Republican rule. He, laid the origin of the aqua rely I ioo\ «*r, pointing out that as food admin ist rater he* fix-*! th** price of wheat and other farm products during the war, thus forcing tin* producers to take less than they would otherwise have* received and while being forced to buy at unrestricted war prices. II** had opposed this order at the time it w*as issued hut without result. He expressed hitter opposition to Hi*- present tariff law. point ing out that 38 nations have taken retaliatory action against the Unit'd States as a result and that no fewer than IOT \mertcan 1    '    11    ’    enterprises have been moved to candida*--    Canada to escape th- prohibitive ,tariff levied by Canada in retail t at ion for tie American act. thus depriving thousands of America ti I citizens **f their jobs, Oklahoma Miller Suffern IL Mr. J el I nj her i ha/ two months before th** 32-I year old preacher remarried. M I 'SKOG KH* Okla.. Oct. 10 I I** The love \erst*H of a 52 .-e s old preach»*r t*» th** pretty young Sunday school teacher lo* niani-d I after th** death or his first wit'** of allegedly admitted intimacies to ! day as pros* outers pressed ahead I with the* Rev, S. Nltbea Berried tnurde I rial. I’ar kept, Orville Sn* ad.    The    1{**\ Mr. Herrie. his I*' T Holt and Miss l»o i y**ar old wife* and lh** large? have returned    from    Nit    crowd    *>S spec! at or*- listen*’*! ill Texas, where    they    ut-! teuiti,.    I *» * very Rn* of the poetry, read by Chil K. Oldham, count' There were I ti poems aures after his nomination and Proposed Route Goes Ihiotigh were coupled with i recital Ada, I . S. Designation Sought I 'troubles of the fanners on th** shoulders of Mr O. E. Thomas Webst * i* IMeasant tended a meeting of road boost ers from this stat*. Texas anet Louisiana, representiti:    the Nda Chamber of Commerce. The* oh-* j**<*t of th** meeting was to lay plans for the proposed Gulf Ta eitic highway, running f*om New Orleans to Seattle, Washington. Officers elected included Sen ut or Taut Stewart of Antlers. president; Dave Stovoall of Du go, \ice* president; and    MDS, Dora Webst r of Ada. treasurer. The meeting was well attend* ii, tlie del-g; tes stated. The object of th** association is to g* t I . S. designation on th** route, which is to pass through Hug*!, Nutters, Vela and Ok la Ii oui a City, as w ell as the in-terveaing cities. Much of til** highway is already built and lb** multi tiling is to get it designated front end to end. Tho N*la repins (Natives feel that the project Is wadi under way and that it can ‘ e put ov*. He cit***! t boma miller he case of wMio until an Okla a retail tor re B. C hap* editor Lafol-v\ on Id I ! oniinntion, and Ie, th** young Tm nosed out It wa evident •it' said, that sick progressiv ■    - XX Ii* a1* ; a w ii ling n* s a pre fessiyes rf iou t*l til* * t ta* * * attorn vt ct ii j jail, i e r* !*e * .    \    et** for ;.i.. jo Coo - cv It be*'aU -** I be* *• offers th* only imnt'd-i;it for t he r< li**f cif I 0.- now e*annot find barrel Ie cause of at* lilt * statement pun , ■ : - si v«* “t a boo Hoover, former a tory act had been passed had r J. Kohler, who sold $2,000,000 of flour annually -nator’s brother, t to Europe but a market for a tariff bars. Touching on th* veterans’ coni pulsation question, he declared that he favored giving the best of car* to soldiers disabled in til* war. but that he did not se* justice in paying pension: some 400,000 whose injuries occurrent since th** war and n<» connection with the war. fly Ollie oversight m w of t ll* Senator’s cornin did not reach Nda in ti me to b* thoroughly ad vert isied, but he reached a goodly number and his good humored way of pres* luting hi rails** drew much laughter. MULE TRIBE, SHAT z *. HOPKINSVILLE, Kv . Oct. T v I* Loin <* (Ire* n, I *L " ho sai*l cr lather gave* her in mania ** three* years ago in a swap for a att ornery in alk Witncs O' said tin* vers* had he**n gi\*li tile slate by the pas tor’s second wife. who told them Ferric had written them to bet Testimony be beloved a “mi! cid- not**” purported to have ii**-n \vri 11 en by I Ii- first* Mrs. Berri** was not in iii** womans handwriting was given by Tom King, vie- president of the* Git! /.-tis National bank. John Wed 8 i* V t former chi**f of police, told of taking F**rri and his you ti-, wilt to Iii office for questioning after an Investigation of th** alleged poisoning of the fir**! Mrs Herrie got under wav, “He (tented he’d been at th * Deluxe Caf** w it h Ida Bess Brig ut (th** second wit*'» ami never bad been with her except In church work." Wolsey said. “After talk ing lo Ida Bess, I talked to Ber rie again and he said in* had tit*'* her there three, four or five times, ai o at va riot! other pine es. ’ Wolsey t* stifled further that <for aid he met the Sun-* tool leacher at a rooming hon * and that the two had been tnt (mal** ! rom about Christ mas 1 lim- up tint ii Mi Bel ri**‘s (leatIi last March.” SHV** Bervie \«lmitl**l l,**\»‘ Jon ti Ash land lain*?, ,g» natnr I Run or measurer in [ooxvelt “indi* to eoop*nit* on Pfi iativo j raordinery th** lax* I lid u m in ploy* d cliiIdi**n, and who with I b * * i IU** ti, WO u .000,000 families. learn of lunies \ith o wound* William Terri id*, vow***! ii* ■ *\en if she* w s not s-ut to Perrigo was niteom- of t;; mn end* i -*l iud pl) UC* • ie shot h»u md beearn lon’t care I .outs**, Gibbs, ran lay in a hospital I ]» today, w bile o, 25. who shot would marry leu !* ri ipp!* d, it ti*' prison. held pending the I !***> \*. on 'n! H-ilfte! til* shoot lug, quoted him as saving ** bec.! u - I lox -d h* r - J wanted to ait*! I F | pet 00 yea I (Utlight**! of Hew V a wa v from ber t •* • ar old itll band, IG * I v horn lo* claimed to railed, and I it. I ation earn of niub .s I *v **r.»i physical ween in* iii hers Gicen, to ICI v- Ie * ll liver th** : in, hading t<» -mount**!? Ie if th** ta mi ii** . “it- said ii** loved her mote* than any other woman heel cvet com* it) **' rn tact with long Ii *-s oi * tho flit wife *1 i-dVV ol < add* d. Th** I He Int rod rn* d it photo stall*' copy of IU** “suicide* note." si g n-d Filing," which Berri** rout* od* ii To* found in a Bible* which his - *>n biongTit to Iii: cell. I* msec ufo rn aiel they h;**i ie * n unable to obtain i mil. “This handwrit i iii* is Ham** a this,” aid M ariot lur banker witness, i* of the md* and a Mrn. Fannie Berri- In the or! e It to newer < L • ult na i **r t it \\ V* w Die st: a ahi brl Ho Mady i IK I \ He I* Ok OK) MioM \ < T H< a rite g O of the Clk In bf corpora!ion ‘or *» t<* 3 per cen on all utility d* Motidav In G!-*‘ iiiiwixn 1 * **t i*' TK iii ' I ost t - wa int.-d for I* cg** g—tS have I u: I section md road •r. those th bart into ti tin va* p | \ (V ♦ ft! - i tov • rs rod I broug h* I’att md w til S- Jit-ii with it • r m % I Ort, si ron e I * CT Ne f. 2 9 > — with * a jqdlc.vt l**n plans N at Hi tic ural Gas lion from Hon** inte rest tv? t **s The La w as set for u«sv cr * I" a non rom- d* mist table. Oklahoma City Attorney Faces Disbarment Case NICOMA CITY. Get. is DoKo ment p* o« * * din ~-khh ainrted ber* ngaiast palp*! sun, attorney -politic-lowing an invest I gat Ion by *. par P*M • d of gov * ruers •> part he is alleged to i,t'*d in a Ioad~hoUM* con-v la*.t - inun* r. . r - on pleaded guilty last Ruer to a charge of Hs-.*ult ut to kill and was fine*) * admitted striking WU rood house “bonne* r pistol. Th** bar boa rd *i I -ar distiarm* ut accus.i-nte next month. ; TU Mi; SUH la bor; afft citied. M R. Diurnal) et a1 V. I add- i) . W * sh i ii „ i oil. r* ut; affirm***!, I \ Davis et al vs. Spurrier J nm *er company. Payne; suit to : -, . ♦ \ < ;    |t*i-,s, v.|ut| of dwelling;: :*vers* d and remanded with di- , rections    ] Ma ,    \* vvcoin* * vs. M, Boh-1 *n;    (Ik ta Ionia; suit to quiet till* to real estate; affirmed. Dew no    Flee?! fie company vs. \ N. Biker; Tuba; suit for w ag* >. affirmed. Vt ok a    county commissioners \ Mi , - Will', rn a1; Atoka; '-nit ov« r establishme nt of a livest,m h district; rever>« d and r* -manded with directions. G»-, Ward vs Rn ip ll Livings-ton; Seminole; suit tor Injuries sustained in nutomobfht accident; revers d with directions. Gotnttiereia! casualty insurance Rush saii. ‘ cities should mon**' and I so." It i* get heli* jn«t t at of atoned wit h ! lie I* Pin stu ke in (*ir rd**!'.”    '    -    ■-* autor hall fee TR ‘lect-d I any of not in aroon • lion * s of * -COSH id. Fe* I free police s with my Skelelon Stirs Interest ODO FELLOWS IN SESSION ST HOBB! I I IU! \? i Ort OKI dud: nom > to iv t H I hi .stat' rom patly ssiit for I Chancey ! Vow *i; Ka. tied and s s. ilrnberg; nt; affirmed M Dowd vs: ilitnony suit lit **f h*s! ain arrha* ohtgv us long aa a magazine affirmed. a ATLANTA. Ga., Get. 10. Hearing on a habeas corpus pc lion f>y which Al Chicago g.*n*g overlord, seeks his releas- from the federal prison * ♦ was postponed today umil «tb* w • » * of November 14. JEFFERSON CITY, lf .T GU F Par old Platte City Circuit day was unanimously for Governor of Missouri democratic state commit I fills the vacancy caused death last week of Frail Wilson. nominated in ti primary In August. Only a short time before the committee met. Stat** .Senator Russell I- D* armont of Gape Girardeau, the last formidable candidate against Judge Park, withdrew from the cont* st Lloyd stark, nurseryman of laiuisiana. Mo., another strong contender (*•’" th- nomination announced withdrawal last ni~ht.  — *.. GLEN El.DER. Kan.. Del . J’ The Tr.oi* i - State Bank robbed of an undeterniin* <1 of money today by two men Capone, former * nt* red with drawn r-voh-rs white two others remained outside with th* ir car A time lock prevented the robbers from entering th- mult. A Ho MA CITY ie appoint in**; el* put or mat a w TV W . ()*■: it of ir den vv a f' 1 R. lie M at announ Hugh— hecaus* ii? prove ie* upper the pa*- H- Tulsii; M**rl* modi- his I gfied sex . scape oners in new d oHcitor mer, gov s u u i who f Til a Fa iv new Sim per. a — OKLAHOMA CITY. • T IO* <i I fi* Id work prevailed during th** baryes til although th I i o r i s was ami wi th* r ter, f-d-ral JR- Weekly MIN NEA TOUS. Oct. 18. bl Minnesota’s “fitst man. « skeleton discover**d last summer ane* b* lie'od to ic more ihan 20.00'* years old. is a wet man. It was found bv a highway const rue! ion cr* w 12 f* * t under the silt of an *dd lak** iii (Htet Tail * (Minty and aroused wide interest among scientists of a prospect that it mig that humans inhabited ' Mississippi Valley hearsing of the last glacier, Dr. Albert E- Jenks, head ol th*- University of Minnesota out ii Topology department, announced today that he pas determined definitely that the skeleton Is that of a young woman and I.hat there i- evidence, still inconclusive, suggesting that it is of tie “Proto-Eskimo” type with no Indian clmract eristics. Two geologists are assisting him in a studv of d* posits of the lake which offer some evidence I t hat the skeleton may have bi en I there* prior to the movement of [a glacier over th* or* a. iVHh th* I skeleton there wa- found a crude Flagger mad* from an .< t>f h r aud •a n«*ndant of shell. and t ut ii mn crop-,:    _________ _________ ^ ie soil in most sec-1    \ Toronto man, blind for 45 too dry for plowing, years, regained his sight after INT planting. J P. Slaugh-j fag hit suddenly on th- lo ad ru-'eorologist, said in; must have suffered quite a crop report today. ] appointment. th* (MiaJ'd of affairs. yr rn thy was night r he;**, but was dis- * v*ars ago after the suspect in th** $75,- * ican-Fir-t National rig* r robbery. d> H. IL Houser, who * ral w -<• ks ago aft* r f»f nearly a score I a w holesale break. pl) * V Wardell ha« heel! for * To B ne Vail- y rnor Murray’s we* k- HRITAKT. Okla.. ct IS RT) Approximately 1,500 mein hers of the I. O. O. F. lodge and Ho* Reb* kalis, attended th- second ses-don of til** Hire- day grand lod:** assembly her** hula'. The chi-airy degree WU- con ferred on Raymond M. KLhf of Hen tine I. Justice* Thomas G. Andrews O' the state supreme court addressed Hi** as-**mbly ia-f night. M rs. Viola Cr is lex ref McAlester was elected president *>f th** R* bekah’s past presidents. Mary West Williams of Oklahoma City was chosen vice president and Henrietta Tegarden of Hr* . s**cxetar y -treas ti rer.    » not tho T. Colo. with cop letter of his hand Til* i «* w ,* an amli hie fir IO lh courtroom when Comity At tornev r* ad on** *»f IPU ti** ! ve*r - to Th- brid** which ended “Oh, why can't we be flee “ The Immaculately die , d pr-ac <«*r and TR- Told**, the 1st* :<r It* av I iv rouge*!, mn i led wh**tl pro ecu to* Oldham presented th*' copy *»f t Ti * ” ileido note’ Well «*v, the former police chief w ho testified ll*u i ie admitted in I i made ,i:    flu    i nom i fig bousy, added; “He told CBI* «* had told Ida F* ss he was going to gel a di* von**?. * I fi x* ii ii nu tis or RI A OI I I ION HONOR! ll P \ R I g, Of I b. I T \ plaqu * n* ar in th** nam* ol 1 5 5 Ffeiicn dill soldiers who lo.* I their i ti g the leg- of York town I a I ,< ar*4 a o was solemnly unveil-*! today In Tendong H *F, home of th** American Legion in Tare, I? is rh ** RU of th** lo fighters of the American Revolution, who sent a sp* rial de the United States ! po- e. I ation For the from PII- OKLAHOMA CITY. I':    Henry Kdmison, y at. State’s prison civ cd a year's leave net 19.-negro trus-toP ay r<* freon Gov-critn M* I Iv inn I. O. O. I HORNET, Oct. 10.    *10 O. F. M cFI Vina. Norm a tt*. w<*    —l**-f*d grand mast* r of th** *>kl;thotiia I o ee F. ut the convention Od 10. condition# lase week rnor Murray. Edmison wa* ti i t * * ft three years ago to serve j    t*»*!ay.    Wilburn    Hart w?right. i life .-•*• Bt* nee f**r murder in|\frM> t-r. was cho <*n deputy mud mas Ter and He dis connection wilt* a fatal acrid* ut. V Kansas GRy attorney wrote Governor Murray ti)*- prisoner will Inherit -oui- property. a    -    - Zn SU Hit: - testified th- other : -! j•. i ant -n**ve> att* rid# mo vie . not even her own. We suppose that ex-ti a taxicab driver get# hor-d with his own work now and then. the 10 g rand Chickasha won lodge assembly. HARRISBURG, Ta. —It was most upsetting when hor, husband stood ber *»n her head until -he almost fainted. Mrs. Thomas H. Fisher indicated in testifying in a divorce suit. The court agreed awarding her a divorce on grounds of cruelty. ;