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The News Carries the Full Leased Wire Service of the Associated Press
AMAMLLO DAILY NEW
VOL. XI. NO. 230.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1920
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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AM
ERICA
Estimates Show Vote in Saturday's Primarykmimni m ifwpe PAfP
hlectwn Much Smaller 1 han Believed at Firsthn dvcmutv nmmmrn.
1U KLMUJL, VUUmiY,
SCORE IN REGATTA, 3-2
BAILEY LEADING NEFF
BY 5,000; THOMASON
TOSUPPORTWACOMAN
Special to The Newt.
DALLAS, July 27. Estimates nude by the Texas Election
Bureau today shows that the total vote cast in the Democratic
primary la it Saturday i not likely to exceed 450,000 and possibly
not 440,000. With nearly 400,000 votes now accounted for by the
Bureau, Bailey still is maintaining his lead, having increased it
until it is again above the 5,000 mark. Neff's chances to lead the
race in the first primary are small They will go into the run-off
August 28 almost neck and neck, however.
The estimate of 440,000 to 450,000 as the total of votes cast
last Saturday is made upon a comparison of the voles cast in 45
counties complete two years ago in the governor's race, and the
complete reports from those ccunties this time. Taking those
counties as a criterion, they cast 75,632 votes for governor this
year against 118,704 last time. Thus, it is indicated that only 65
per cent of the vote of 1918 has been cast in 1920.
The latest totals in the governor's race, including 241 counties,
follow: Bailey, 135,316; Ncff, 130,197; Thomason, 89,850; Looney,
The election Bureau has accounted for a total of 399,983
ME AND LINCOLN
44,630.
votes.
OH tl SITUATION
MIXKHV VSWS 1IKMII Xll
HH I.Y KMiAIIIUMi Till IK
1.ATKNT K-.U IT
Ry AiaarrwlaM I'ivm.
ixihan iih.i. .f tii irui i in
f the t'nlted Mine Worker ir Ain-i !
il tonlitht were iiwiiIUiir it reply fro-ii !
the ri'.il H'iittir' ii.h lution to :i j
trli'irrum aetit late today r.ji-iiiiiK nn
imtiietliiile joint eonfeienie nf inin.i
nil inra(ii nf tlx' initial ioinp.ii
live field. I
The telegram, w nl ly John I.. l.ewK
prealdl'llt of lid' lllilter- nt iMIil-'ntloil
to Thmnaa T. Ilrtwalar. it 81. I.011I...
chairman nf th i.jrenitora' nt i
Ifrllllllltt.f. llllieil I'Ollf. H MIT lie In hi
tit apply prill lll'tll Ilia UNtll a ft llilRMi'tl
to reatnte iinrniiil if uiilitl"ii. mill !
tit an ifiil tin- atrtkaa that have broken
nut In I hf 1 nillwni utnl llllm-la fii 1.1.
Mr. I -Twin In hla ti'leirniiii Mid "if
hi profound ronvlilion ilmt any rrm
dlea which inunt In- applied alu-uld Ire
done by orderly iirnrmwii, throuch the
Inatrumontulitle of exluiiK machinery
within the Iniluatry."
I'eraiui In rlne touch Willi the nit
uatlon tlif'larril It to lie their Wlicf Oct
Jdr. Iai-wltt tiae of the word "ordorlv
proee" indicated hi tli lriivil of
thi roumi- thut him -vn Ink. n by f ! .
who have Im-n nn atrikc to i-nif ul":l;
4 atrike.
It waa ntmi liellcved thaf th nfi
nif would In" hi M In
ehiiuld the i..iaora agree
miner.
Looney Declares He Is
Unwilling to Support
j Bailey in Second Race
Siwi l:il to The New.
.IMa. July R. F. Tlinin-
umiii ill I I I'a-n, defeated candid lie
for lite Henna-rallr 014111119111111 fur
t- t-i imr, elerday lifkcd III
MiiHt lit I'M M. Nil! 'f W.110 in
I lie riiii-nff prlmarv, AnuM IH.
A mi.1K4 reeeived here lod.iy
Mated I ha I Hen r'. l-mmey. the
ijlter ilefealed 1 mnliil.ile, hiiiiIiI iml
kiiiiiiiil fitrnier Senalnr Jim-pli W.
It.iiley fur (ittermtr. IHiney
iliargxl Italley mi ill helm an ene
my nf Hie llenMNTnlie ;irly and
utleniilinc l di-ilrny II. N reler
line wa made ' lit tAltellier lie
will ii;tir1 Nti( In lite ruunll
lirlmary.
tin' ronlr:ii I inriil.' .y the J"llit wit
1 ninnilllii' or oiT:tti'i 11I11I liilmia. t"
uiirv lilt the Molt of the roal o,m
iiiihioii AviHilnli'il liv I'riniihnt Wll
mi. The inntriiit a:iii tltrnitl Murih
SI. nnil w:iii to run fur two yenra. T
Ml Ike. It WiiM r:ilil. KH W Kill of llltl-
itir.irilnii of the il.-iy wurkern an I
in. 11 ( lil v ii'i'ii. who ill. I not ar-t n lurite
on im-reii' lii w-iiKeo In the award
iiiaili' I'V the on I 1'otmni.mlon n ill'l
nun lilni' mill (Hi k tulniT
Itequeot KeifUed
, tl .nrlart I'm
I HT Ll'I'lH. Julv r? The reit!eM o'
.l"hn I.. 1'Mln. T..liil of the I'lill'il
WiirhliiKlon Mini. W' .ikrin of Amerira. for n eoi"
tu inii't the fi 1 mi' of iiiliu in iiml oM'rntiia to en
I m.Ii r the rtnke llu.itioti. Iiua lieen
COX I MFJEE FilJlHlkS CHAMBER OF
discuss ; Pf bus; commerce receives assurance
1 OFFIIIMCUHELPtllEIG
i
Hhotllil there lie a ronfiTitiee. It i '.niiiiiiiili ut.-il tu the Litter, without
the m ill-nil helli'f Ilmt II wmilil i onl'-t nny rn i.ihiih ml 1U..11. Thorna t
of the Joint m ala oiniuitln' of the nM-r. tir-i.t. ih.nitiian of the inal i'wri
atora ami inlnera. 1 1 t w ile 1 "iniulnn-. in the 11ni1.1l
The alilke of ifnl nilnern. n rillnc ri mi liin i- field. i'iiii..im.i il lure to
tO inlium' I'fflrl'lln. Il III t Inllllloll l'f IIIKllt.
Coohdge in Notification
Address Urges Solving of
Reconstruction Problems
Br AaMvlaM I'rrx
Xiiktii Mini x. Mi. July -
4'.oeinir I'lHliilkv in an iolht (or
nially mn i'Mnc the K- iml.lt. .111 lu in -nation
tor iht h i.I ill. t notilii nin n
lereinohiiii lieie til.i. iiii'il the rono
tiy to ii.iiiiiiiiiii ll f 'Im- ll' '
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0t11l the Kli'.ltel I I'll HiMreiM
a ill.i ilkl"li of the lin . hut ealle'l
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limit a letinn (mm "the nliiiit.n V
llllt' in A 1 nl it!!lnd I" the eon.-Ki-my
i f war. to n anniiiii tit an r
1 . le.il im li r the il.itiiin' I" l' ii
.itimii. of tinMi'i a
In ill-, iineinc the hiciie if nation 1.
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:ul the !:. imt.lii im ..ntv. lie add. I.
"aiMii tlM in. Ii.n of mkiii un til
Minolta ti.ill.iiia to rer.rte iHwe. and
..l;. llm lf to lite making "t ) h ni
ncreeiint r-aervlnn Aiiieninn Iml
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meet rveiy iluly Aiih ii. a 111 lo lite
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in.
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'l Itf. Till. Illl'l ft".. I II Mil. I a IMTl..
II it .ii'i. 1 hi. I. l. the !. and
Mi!m, iiml Hie nl.ui' (I.ik of Vrnai
1 1. ir . I'. U.;li hi.. 1 on the iilalfmii
Wi.f H. Ti:it..f I.O.U-. .n . other lirtV
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ill. lil. I ilou.i Uh 11 the fold.
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hilf if uo in. 111 riilliii:. wan th" ian it
L i an n.'.'in -lunm .1. i.i. i.ii.iI..ii. .
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J Iml ili'l nn n sinl it a a imrtv in.
te n Th.- I:. iMii.ln an ..nty. he a.u.1
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ll.l'l'll I lit If . .Itloll. wm.h I tflMI III
.it mn.' 11 .'otni'Tl'ihrd '
The ko rimr toll.'.. I
..I'j't .l.ily, mi.l xiN'ke
.an . W In. h innn.l wilt
w in I. nn. Iu.it. ' Willi nniil.tiiar fnan an
niell.ll.e will, h nhowed enKertles In ll..
hint h.fi.T. Whin he 1-.m1lu1t.1l. he
i Mi. .i.k, nnoih.-t i.intion. I.-.I l.v
tfc'nali lnlae. Tin- lalti r r f uil
reiMid In loudly ali.nii.il demand -4
iM.h. and Hon the f row .1 il.i I
1 arou'i'l fVernmr 4'.h.'e ..i.-il
( iimiutuUtlia.
hia tii'in.i
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INJTlliTKl IV KATIMI Til
NTATK rMI'Hi M MW.
NAS M NATllK
Mt X.wtmiIhI fi-vM
IlAYTO.V, C ilil-i. July IT (l..v.tii..r
l'"X today liiade what he t.rtn.-d a "hli(
hole" In th work of draftiUK lila ad
dreivi aiTii'tlna the Iiviiiorratli .n.i
ih nllal tio'iilniitloti, ami aim had a
I011U eotiferem-e with Henalor roinerene
of Ohio, ti gurilmif I'l.lillniiiiine of the
neniite liiV.ntlK:il..n of eampalKn ex
IM'iiwr. The a-overnor lenrn.fl front
H nnlor I'nineietie that the lattet al
leady had written Kettatnr knyn.
iul.li n. the IntentiKatloii eotninlUi" 'a
eh'ilrimtn. reitui-utl rf eotillnuam e i f
the Imiulty. Mr. roinerene. who la a
I N inoeratle comtnltt.f meinlier. aald n.'
, had no d.mht hut that the InveatiK f
I timi would iirixi-ed. and into atale 11
well aa the national r:tniuiifi
Ank.il reKiirdina; (iovernor t'ox'a r
rent ehalK' that the l!i lull lli mia wet.' M t
ralnina: a rnln.aiicn fun. I iiffieletit I 1 , , ( , , ( ttl
"rhiDk the aeni. it.llltiin of the nation,
hi nator Coin, i. ne aald "Soin. months
nan tlnre weie rum.. n h I. Ina th'
oinuuttee of effotta to tin. I. iwilte Ix.'n
lamp 'ia Thew have to wine i tti.ii
Uiii if 'iiflrnied The rtiuiom a..li. I
to tHith Hi iul li nn and Iti mm latv'
I. ut iaitl. ul.irly to .ul.!i .in Tit "
tnihlie ha a tlk'ht to know if any ex
iifilve 1111. 1. lint i are 1 ml 1 llmled or i
IN'inled."
When Hen iti X I'omeiene w.i 1
1'iliiil.d that I'li.iii 111.111 Haw of the I:
imLllinn nil I. .ih. I lomniitt.i' had ...
.1.1 r.l n limit of S I t on In. In i.l r I
1 a in.'itirt 1 1'iiti ll.iilii.ii ) I'i.i-.i I'oii
.lie,.' mud tin- l.i'Mil.ii. nn .ii.ji in nrl .
had i-U-til v of iii..ri. wlui. the Ian...-
I I. ill. iiiili'iiiiil 1 "tii. niiii ti..i"iir Ik
raid, le w allow a "ml Ink" l.il.iii.
With tin awn.ini.' if S.eaior po-u
i n ne lli'.t III.' .uiiii'iirin I r .l In. i'ir
Would I'l'll.-.!. I! Ill'l l". ltl. I'i
in. ri. nit."! i'i in. ..( w i-:i..i 11 1
III. ".i.f'f. f oi'll I'M- nil 1 .
uo.iid t oi'i' 1 i .iti!.. ri'.i.-
hi u 1 1 d 11. 1 - ol'li p "
n 1 iiu'tiiin 1 iimuhh t . 1 .1
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lil.nti.J 1 li lion in .1 .i ntiat I-., 1!. .
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a!. .I I'oineiiee ail. I Th' ii.i
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a ! n IV tin 1 t iti . and n.'l I i I It '
nili.n ut liri.'.'. lauiixik'n t iirlit
i.'i.tiv ...tiirnaa I" i'.. 1 ..l.
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1. nil ii'ir t.li. and the I mm iati.'
. Hi.li.l .te r. Ntt. . r. ' l l .tiiiiiM ...
In. tu. eii'an.f a.l.lr'. He i f-'l
1 ...at. ii'f' "f VNlvlna tin' a..h. a r. .t
l a t'liHH diti il.iitii.n n. m Kittmlav.
I .il.4i t liy .r..r..l f.r the "hoin..
rianiiiii" if Mil i.ai In i!o.imr 4 "" '
h.li.ar next I'lid.at Mnt.r Swilr.r .
mil a '. Umuile n i.illnia tm all
ton 1 : ir. t t y4n In a tn n iJii. !
I tril.uto to the ci'vaTti.-r
Perpetuation of the PanhandlePIains Qiamber of Gmmerce
was practically assured at meeting of officers of the organiza
tion and representatives of the various Panhandle counties yester
day afternoon at the Cty Hall, if enthusiasm, cash donations and
pledges of future financial support are to be taken as an indict
tion. A total of $2,5SO was partially paid in cash or by check and
the balance pledged to be paid by individuals, and all donation
were voluntary on the part of the donors. Nearly every one
present expressed his opinion that the organization would be
given both moral and financial backing from their counties ih tne
future.
Th" iii-i lmi; w.i. 1 ti.il hy I'nnid. tit
i Mm. ill wn. In i.n addter if
Mm. in
Hh hum ut
In 1. tmth. .I.-.I lie
tianiU 1 of 1 1 iniu. i.e in. id.
tin- In id.. i tii 1' thai w .tild I"'
I 1 1 1 1 1 I of It I lilk. I' I I K II. if. ill' II
liui't Ih- tiii mt .1". I He Kiid tti .1 a
l.iik'i il.fl. il f..i..' mil! l' k. id f. r
Ih.- .'iih.w of K ,t:.i 1 i;ii .Hid I oiuii!iiif
lata .11 III. .1 . 1 . 'i.litlol' in d tli.'
ll'lt iK.- :l itloll .' w.tit I' I'I
dot ul i.t 1 1 t'. Hi. i'iTh iil'n .1
lintti: .at. I.l tn. "iiiiun. nt of 1 In
(Continue,! nn pant I
ABE MRTIN
Itl XT r:TKMM TO MK.XirW
IMIIUIKK l KTHKM.TII IV
WW KAIUKNIK.
ll M !
X
nmr. j
"Tlta likd t" (il Iwetllj. wwm lew."
vjt j). t..d. a he wimII dis.Uird
a air ml ruli Ijn lMar. I'd.n.
Titer' art wimK rarward. Iml I!.'
teller llut' arid I" hit a ivw hit l
liiuioll ih' limil.
fl, X'nrilal rrM
i i:ti:hit. July ::-t.ittie ,.r m
toward runnlna down the l.iei of
Mr P .K.'ne a- II. .y. Who--" 111ut1tat.1l
l"lv w.i flii.il In a 1 1 link fiam
Ihliolt to X'W Vo'k Win M,.ol' l.
n . i ,. offi. ml ioln.iit.il
atih f.r l. !!. hi.'luind i'f i
p'atti woman and a .ii dtiut-k Im
li..il t" i.n tain tin it..l oicitt 'il.it.
fi.M.i th.. mIv, w.i .i iitit'ind in ii.tv
ik.i ' of the eoiinti v.
Th- hunt f"T Ia- l:.' ext. ml.il o thr
M. i. 111 l-n. r t'liv on the niiinsth
of r i. h in it..n a-t.t.ilmd In X.-w Vi k
I t 1 n 'roit i.l . it.-tii'tHe.
1 1. lirtM.. nti In iit.' nh nis the l:i.
I.ri'i.le Wire aak..l I'i -' lti... l
. l .1! t
. w Vol k ext r. 'ti.n who rl-.it l" d I
1 litink to I. It 'V nt the lhlr. lt V
M I- V . . lineal tho !. tr.'it d. t. .-l.
I t I A- !: hoi li II I ft I. I'd IH ll
i. i in ti'im.fl J.i I!. Y.t.i." wit'
1 .! .. ti.ni f!tlxitirn. T-x.i
Tie autli.aj in ha.' Iimti. il I'.n. r
1. ft Imroit f..r Tetaa Jui.e in. the di
! . I.1- if Ml I l.y W:l .hllHll
1 . Vow V- iW Th hi ii .io.it I
., 1. i. I a mint h. lain, d from
. th .1 I !!! I- id a.-rv t --I f tm
i v . i .1 tl.i In M xii ... a" ! thai
Ii.. In filler or hrt.tl.ii w i tn th
M- '.4n nmiuLir aatxi. av A.f.Hdlui:
t.. Hi.' eXieam.iii. ja l;..v al.. Went
Ii :)... naniaa 4 'ft J Wo.il" and
f 1 J Fwnaml. 1 "
I . ;..v an id . n,nk SpanUh and
l-Hldl fluantly.
HY TUB .8!r;MATKIi PhKB
SANDY HOOK, N. July Z7Defender Resolute gave the
British challenger, Shamrock IV, the worst drubbing of tho 1J20
regatta in the final race of the series today, winning boat for boat
by 13 minutes and 45 seconds, and the America's famous yachting
cup remains American property.
Overcoming a forty second lead and the advantage of a wind
ward berth which Shamrock had taken at the start, th fleet de
f wider held a lead of four minutes and eight seconds at th half
wny tsake of the 30-mile course, and crossed tho finish line 13
minutes and 45 seconds ahead.
Including her handicap of 6 minutes and 49 seconds, which
she did not need, Reolute won by 19 minutes and 4S seconds.
In capturing the series and retaining possession of tho Amer
ica's trophy, Resolute came from behind after Shamrock had taken
two races, and won out by registering three straight and iropres
sive victories. '
Phatiiro. k won the Initial rait when
I In- di f. nder waa forenl nut l.v an ae
1 id. lit to her IIKk'llir!. and Jlitwreil
the Hi Olid III the fii'kle Wind that left
CeMoluto lii ihniil inoMt of the wav
ll.n. lule won thilhirl l.y her time al
lowaiiie of M'Veii ininiili and one ae
olid. riilinitiK 11 di ad iollt With the
ih.i lleiitier. Her other twn vlitorli
in 10 won lx.it for iM.at.
I.lilitn Videea Nrtilintrnl.
Kir Thoinaa l.t Ii 11, im-ner nf lie
lireni t'h.illetiR.r. m 'ii 11I what aireaiil
to !h the iiitaliiiuiiiia yelillrt nf )u hta
men who had wi-ii the five raif-a whin
,he iln Iai.il t. 'tiiKlit thai "the l-anl bo.it
won."
Xuluie innvldn! a lair nettiltR for lo
diiy'a hlHtorle tintati. The aun ix fre
liny lull wa lat ilr.iii 4 through
a Mil iiml T il 'lr hnxe nvi i the iiolnl
"f Mmily Id.. .k w In n Hew lute, elli.lni
I unilv thietii.h the deep Kie.n water
Villi Ixlt.wy while a.iila ailhoull.il
uti'imal In.- iiam-, I Yi down nn Ih.
1 1.. 1 k.
A moment Lit. I idle flaahul rtrro
Ml' K"lileti lil. ii hue that the aettttof
0111 had laid doii.ii on the rl'.lli. wait .
iMlne. ii Amoiiw-.' ihatin. I liKhtalilji anil
Die loniinilr.' tn .it. Ikitiyl. n.
Mianirmk Mile IW Iiind.
11. lie or m. 'H ha-hllid her own arei.
rails in limit l.ionily. Hliiiuiri k w ia
urtiiliii; iiIm.ui f.r tne run lo the maik
ifl-'l 11 1.11 Ini'll I1..I11 the Jerra y roaMt.
when the whil.' aiirnal kill (if the liar
yioli liolii bliil III.- rillltkliiR nf n
w IllKlll
CUP IS DEFEATED
IM TIIIKTFF.NTII HtTCERRIVB
TIMK AMKItirA HAS V.O.N
1AC IITIXII MI RKL8.
f aarnirlala PraaM.
NKW VtiltK. July M. Km th thlr
tnen'h aiiiffaaive tint alnr tha Inatt
miration of International yarhtinf con
leata r half rentury ao, a TlrtUah rhaJ
lenier haa been defeated by a Yankee
defender nf tha America' a Cup, tha
perin-tunl trujihy nainad from th
ai hixaier yaeht Amertm, whleh won the
flrnt rum from flreat Uritaln In 1151.
Itefnre Hhainrork IV. twelv chat
lenrif a atmve in vain fia th hundrad
Kulnm M'wtiT mutt, whleh ainoa Ita
f.iiindlnic na a world yachtlnff prUa, haa
Invn In the luatndy if tha New Tork
Yaeh! riuh.
Kir Thonuta Mptnn haa failed In hi
fourth attempt In reallfsa rherlahed am
l.llliin. after Irylna alnre ll. with four
different Hhainn ka to rvturn tha prw
i loua trophy to tha Itoyal L'lator Yacht
Cluh nf England.
Trndty Not liiirrnallotial.
When A merlin won tha now hlatorle
run in ixj, the tmphy waa not an In-
nml rii. im f 1 111 the little f I. t ' leniatlonal me. 8lx yaara after this
i f HM-a lalo I 1 1.1ft pli lalni.nl Hem.
lull 'a 1. 1. 1 y
The la. n . liall. UK. r awept guu kly
li.wn the mural a niiHiiik to ahorten the
iiileM'fiiia trap and aalveaa niu. h na
die mul l the l.llt.ineaa nf her d feat.
Hut aa ir to en, . limine (he are at d.f-1
fireinf In lline Utweol. the two flP-j
ikho. the fliiimtiR un diiippli.K like a
plummet Into the dea'pins haxe and a
pal- niiain. v. nil h ha ill .i n hut dimly
tiaod iiitalnat the nkv When IteMilutn
(miMhul. atoaol eilt with luereuruiiK ra
ill. 111. e. I
ICei4ute llerrrH l lrrle. !
I:, anlute. l.y thla time, had d arrilra l
1 KK'.it i in I, nnd h id r ne .1.1 a 10 1.
n.-ik to af her rival finlnh. Aa Ihi
rhnllenaer rriid the mark her Itrltinh
1 11 w li t n ir tli.-ir rinirlni iln. i f..r the
alitor and the i oli. il 1 or .'Mitid'd
with liatily ih.ira for Bhamruk and
r era w
flrat rnin with Onut Iirltatn. tha cup
wa t.n.uaiit lo tha I'nlted BUtea by
the New York Va.ht Club and plaead
In truat aa an International challenga
tulw.
1 1 "f It h-a remained, and lndaya
vietnry y It-aiute Inafitaa Ita rata.
lion hy Amerlea (T at leant another
yeiar.
In onlv en !ntine In tha hlatntT
nf the enp reea until tha HIS aerlea,
hn't a hal1"nr won a atncla rae.
Thl wa on (a tirher 1. UT1. whan tha
Kna'tnh aa hKO'T I.ivonl defeated tha
N'. w V.trk Yarht Club's defender Co
I'leihii. whieh auffered a broken fteer
Ina Rear.
Th flrt 1 tee fi Ih rup aa world
-. he aia in Auciiat S. 1170 In
t r vw York toy. rhfi tha rhal
I nfftnT l t fimbria had to cwnpeta
atriinpt th entire fleet nf tha Ktw
York Yaeht tlnh rxmlHa. flnlahed
t' T.'h In th ev.-nt whli h wtxb won by
. c.uililiUeU lit) rani) KlSht.t
i( nj'.u ed na l'-i. t'.'tit.i
LITTLE PROGRESS
111 1 r nnv orinnn
lii Lt ilUI MMlLudendnrf Asserts Vktorv
For Soviet Russia Signifies
Bid Advance for Bolshevism
v M-vl. Prrai
v .iii;ti Iuk t..ty
1... . . . 1 I : ui-i 1 ...r I'ol.itnl would re-
i't HI I'm 'ill. 1 I: l' ..lli all f
i;..i 1 . and ."t'iol tin' entire
H'l.d III the .M..' of II. 11. Ill Lilie
I ,.. lil "l f . tli I.. T'n i'i wil lad ,
I I v. ui' ml f. i'h in a ill'Uh.'d
m. t. - 1 aii tuni on tiio 'liitiiri'i of I'm.I
li. ..-hi' wtiM.ii lal month, and re
..'.. I h.n I'll, iv in i.f Hi i.it 1 ir. Ian.
I'. In da fill wil an'. .11 the fill ff
i:..iiall' and I ;' til" Jll'l :ik il " I...O
I ii I. ml. ti. I. if ia "Th' ir nilirhlM..
to III.- 11. 1 t ll nn. I w-utrt Will follow Kate
tap ;il. n w I'll, ut I. -hi. Mary fon-e.
lat en one lli.e It will entite to 1
rt iiid with. .11' .in. I. .pins It ,v. fran.f
..n.i l iikia'.l in it Ink. ni roll N'..l
I i.i 'Ii.' itl iii ran t..p It"
.k .ar t l.e Mrfiiem
I1.-IIIC lillllta If to the '.'lil."l
II iii. 1 i i mm who know wir."
li'l .l il I. lid. Il.l. lf pi. tad that Iiih II a .
.ii. ti.-t f tl on il.- if a-ir.
Than It will U- I.n nit.-" lie d
. 1 .1 - and tin pr.-. 1.1 1 IvilKatlon w id
11 1 ni'l.' a did tli . I nf l.iafie all I
I: nn. i.n. I the ...iM' will Ire the oh
t ... 11. - .f a.'ia mm. nt and the la th
nmy a.f the Inn . .,.(, a in.- lalti r al.
w ami a-ery w her e. ne lo atar
'i n ttv at h"ine tn day if d eUiva
rMlita
to!hea inn I a moiter lhat tnut
ihafter to exi.-t. It I d an. Inf now.
a rrailual protrrain, front aatrt to wrat,
ami a runhiiiit everything between tha
midland a and the Atlantic oeean.
"It .ta 1 irv to foreare that tha Bo.
r-hi'Mkl artni.a would attaek toward th
middle of M iv and d.-f.at the folea, aa
th. v hm a- now done.
World Mul (nalaVr frohtenl
'The win lil at lame niuat. therefore,
figure with a Iti'inhevlni advanca In
I'i'l.md towaid Iterlin and IrXUe.
I.lthiiiini.t I alia'.idy JoinlnK aovlet Ltu.
m.i and I d-inamlltif a allee of tha
I'riifMin pmiln.-e of eaat lYueala. Tha
in. in. nt will ennie when tha Itolahex-lat
niu y will matiaie artnany and Csecho
Slox iki.i direa tly.
"I d.-aiiti the Impendlnc men a 10
of Itol-atlevi-am In my Inlet vta-w with tht
pre earlv In Kelrruary. Theaat men
a.e aie new a reality.
"I tune h.i advaneed hta lines tn th-j
fi.. Mi. ii of China. Afchanlatan, Herat
11". I l-.llx. and I now prepaiinf to co.l
tin n hi vl. inrioti pnnrreaa.
' The Ibilnheviat enterprlaea eneoun
tr ra-rintanie ei.nt af Lake Itaikal, on
th.- pait of J ipn and tleneral ftetnln
. 'f The t. na.lty and tha aunertur
ii.-wdni of the Japaneaii makea It
prot.l.e that the IMahevUU Will meet
eith raxerwe In that quarter. How
.-r. tie 1'M.lrhevli.ta haxra tha Inner
line in the dlrea-tion of India and Per
il nn k-a than In Rurntw. Japan's
tii n wilt l Uter, aa they ftanire."
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