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Amamllo Daily New
VOL XI. NO. 333.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1920
PRICE FIVE CENTS
0. . DEMANDS EQUAL RIGHTS IN MANDATARY STATE
FAH0U.S DRIVERS CAP
CLIMAX OF 250 RILES
AOTO RUN WITH DEATH
Jack Johnson Puis
on Mitts Again at
By AiaorlaWd Prtss.
LKAVEXWOKTH. Km. Nov. 25
Juvk Johnaon, fsmr heavyweight
boxing title holder, made hla first ring
ppearanca In the Cnltcd Ktatca alnr
J fled hla native country sown year
jo. when hit met two opimnent thin
afternoon as a feature event of a box
Irtjt ahow atagi-d In the oa-n air at the
federal prison here. It waa the gen
eral opinion of newspaper men and
tuning crltlca at the ringside that
Johnaon la In Very gisul condition ami
allll retalna murh of hla cleverness and
punrhlng power. Johnaon knocked out
Frank Owena, of Chicago, a negro. In
tha laat round of a six round hosing
, bout, and after a few minutea Inter
mission, took on a freah opMincnt In
the peraon of "Toeka Jack" Johnaon,
for four rounda.
"Topeka Jack" waa badly outbnied.
In the flrat bout, Owena. who weigh
ed around 230 pounds, waa knocked
down twelve tlniea, hla ox like bulk hit
ting the canvass seven tltm-a In the
alxth round the final punch, a terrific
left hook to the Jaw aending him down
The four rounda with "Topeka Jark"
Johnaon, also a negro waa a apurrlng
match. "Tois-ka Jack" la clever and
about the firmer champion's alio. At
tlniea he aet a faat wee but Juhk. too,
apeeded up and gave a rlec'cr exhibition
of hlovklng and hitting. Johnaon
found time In the clinches to exchange
nulia with rlngaldera. and hla farmm
"golden . ainile," flaahed over hla op
pnnenta aholder -yrna murh In- evi
dence. In both houti. regulation fighting
Weight glovea Were uaed anil the roulula
were of three minutea eu-h with a one
minute Interval between rounda.
Four ronteata of four rounda each
between Inmatea of the prison preceded
tha main event. Two thousand prison
era yelled luatlly for their respective
favorltea. and acveral hundred a(eclal
gueata present on Invitation of the
Warden. wltncaard the Thankaglvlng
day ahow. The prlaon band rendered
elections between bouts High up In a
tower on the prison wall, a motion pic
ture camera ground out films of the
, Was Good to Sarles,
Auto Race Winner
By AanrlaUd Fnaa.
8PKEDWAY. Los Angelea. Calif..
Nov. 25. ItSaeoa Karles. driving tlu
distance without a atop, won the ISO
mite race on the Los Angelea speedway
today. Eddie Miller finished aecond
and Eddie llearae third. Kark-a led nn
every lap and In adltion to first prita
' of 110.000, took the same amount In
lap prises. Miller and llearna wot
10.000 and IJ.OOO recctlvely. Jlmmr
Murphy finished fourth, taking 2.0tH)
Karles lead every tap nut one, rolllmc
over the 200 la pa on tha nille and a
quarter track without a atop In two
hours. 2i minutea and 20 aeconda, an
average speed of 101 2 miles an hour.
Edward Miller finished aecond In S
houra. IT minutea, 14 aeconda. and aver,
age of 1021 milea an hour. Eddie
llearna waa third, hia time being S
houra, 2t minutea and 2T 1 10 aeconda,
for an average of 101.1.
Captain 11 B. llartney. flying an
American army ThomaaMn-ac ma
chine, came In aecond today flying the
courae In 47 minutea and 3 lo aeconda.
Albert Acosta. a civilian won third
place with his Italian made Ansaldo
8V machine. His lime was 51 minutes,
(7 and C2 100 seconds. Thia waa the
only one of the eleven fiwelgn made
machlnra entered, to finish among the
Kevcn mnchlnca met with accident
during the day and were unable to fin
iah although In no cum- waa the pilot
at-rlously Injured. Just before the race
atarted. an army plane piloted by Lieu
tenant O. tJ. Kelly, which had Just
alighted after a practice spin, rollld.-d
with a navy plane piloted by Lieuten
ant J. K. Wolfer. who was about to
Three of Kelly'a teeth were knocked
out and Wolfcra nand waa rut.
Venizelos May be
By Artotl Presi.
Xov. 24 -Ar
V -. -
Imm r illacusslna the nnssl
l.lllty of offering lh residency of the
Armenian republic to Former PrenibT
Ventcebai of Oreare. They bt lieve. how
ever, that hla acceptance la doubtful.
By AsssrlsUd Prts
Lnri AN'llKLKH, Calif.. Xhv. 25.
Oust on Chevrolet and Kddio ('Dontiell,
famous racing drivers, were both killed
Kxlay when thulr murhlnes crashed to
gether on the Los Angelea aedwuy at
the east end of the grandstand and
neur the end of the 250 nille race.
Their mechanician were Isully In
jured. O'DotincH'a car struck the fence on
the east turn and bounded down tha
incline, colliding with the cur driven
by (lust on Chevrolet. Itolh cars turn
ed over and piled up at the foot of tha
Incline. The four men were pinned
beneath tho cars. All were rushed to
the Held hospital.
Kddle O'lJomicll, was 31 years old
and a native of Whitewater, Wla. He
began his racing career as a mechanic,
tun in 1SI2. In 1DI4 he drove his first
race at Kalumuxisi, Xllchlgun. winning
second place In a loo mile contest.
Whole Family lUcers
Canton Chevrolut. who also was kill
ed tn the race, waa the youngest of
three racing brothera. He waa a me
chanic for two years before he demon
strated that he waa a driver of merit
at ihe too mile Mcmorlul day race at
Cincinnati, where he finished third.
After that Chevrolet drove as an
"outlaw" with several other promi
nent drivers but wna later reinstated In
Ihe ranks of the American Automobile
Association pilots. In IMS he raced on
many dirt tracks, winning acvrt-al
events and placing In othera.
On May 31 lust, he won the ReO mile
IndUinnHlts seedway race In the beat
time in the history of that annual
event. He averaged a ae-d of M l
miles an hour.
His lust race lie fore todav waa at
t'nlontnwn. 1' , Heptemla-r t, where
he bsik fifth place.
O'Donnell In 1I4. took aecond pUce
in the Corona. California, road rare. In
1J14 he atarted In ten races and placed
in nine of them.
nmashup In Kansas City
' At the Kansua City race July 22.
1917. tvDonnell had a amaahup which
huttcred one of hia arms.
He hnd it re-broken several times In
efforts to have it aet right. He did not
race again until laat year when he
drove In two races. With at Kheepshead
Hay, New York. He came In fourth
In Ihe July Fourth race and aecond In
the September event.
O'Donnell placed fifth In the 250 mile
Inauguration race on the Ioa Angelea
r-pedeway February 1M. laat and, third
at Cnlontown. June IS laat. In the
Klgin road race on August 2 O'Dnnnlcl
took a fifth, and a fourth In the I'nlon
town race on Labor day.
Wins My Points.
It developed at the end of tha race
that Chevrolet had won the Natloifl
automobile raring championship foy
l!20 on a point basis. Ibswoe Karles
v.lnner of today' race, being far behind
John tircsnahan. Chevroht'a mechani
cian. rscit'Mvl with alight Injuries.
The accident occurred while Chevro
let. O'lVmnell and Jm Thomaa were
fighting to make up the half a dozen
lapa they were behind the leader on
lh 150 lap t'irn. The three- cars were
lunched on the east turn. ,
According to persons grouped about
the turn. Chcvrcft turned to pass
1 homas. whn was rm the Inside of thi
howl, nnd his rar struck that of O Don
nell. who wns on the outside O'Don-
r.ell's car tiirned and plunged down the
liKilne nnd Chrvrolet'a apparently out of
control, shot tn the top of the track
tf.re out feet of fence, thi-n rolled
down the Incline on tt of the wreckage
oeneath which O'lvmnell and Jolla were
AH four men were removed tn a hos
pital. O'lVmnell ws unconscioua, his
skull fiactured and both arms broken
?n datteml'ints brought Infiwnuitlon to
the Judges' stand that he waa dead. The
officials announced that Imth Chvro
let nnd O'lsinnrll had been kllli-d and
it was more than an hour before the
r.ew spre-td that O'Donnell was still
Mi other Notified.
Ry Artnrlstrd Tms.
HAVANX.MI. . Nw :.. Ixuls
( .rrn-t Wlltiotlfled bv tl- Associated
I'll as earl tonight of the di-ath f his
brother. 'ar!in. at a Amie. :lt
listoprd null tly and merely s.tl I Ir. a low
lb- waa I t int. u'ertnlncd at a Th irks
Clvlng day bnmtuct by John I. Taitgurl.
president cf the Savannah Automobile
i bih. when the Information was re-
Bank Cashier Found
Shot Dead in Room
py AMnrlate4 Trras.
llot'KToX. Xov. 25 J. It Conm-r.
cashier of the First Plate Unk of
llatilff in Houston county, shot him
self tn death In a hotel room. Friends
said they could not account for his ar
tlnn. His father. W. P. tVner. Is vice
president of Ihe hank.
West Texas Friday partly cloudv,
rain In eat pia-thm. colder In west pi
lln. tatunliiy fair colder In vast pr-lloiu
REDUCTION BY HALF
CAROLINA RANKKRN WILL NOT
I.KMI TO FAKMF.K.S WHO
KAIL TO IIKF.lt
By A mot laird I' raw.
miXMHIA. H. T.. .Nov. 2 J. Cnunl
moua endorsement of the Federal Nat
lonal llank corMnallon. the subscrip
tion of approximately tluo.ooo of Its
stork, the n-coinmeniljitlons of a fifty
s-r cent reduction In the cotton acreuge
to be mude effeftive by discouraging
loans tn fanners who do not follow sug
gestion featured a meeting here tialay
of !(M) representative Kouth Carolina
The resolution Intended to secure
reduction In cotton acreage, suid:
"It la the sense of the Kouth Curo
Una tankers' awHs-iution that the far
mers of the slate should reduce the
cotton acreage planted next year by 10
Galveston Given O.K.
by Grand Jury Report-
By AsMrlattd Vr.
OALVESTOX, Texas, Xov. 25 Onl
veston'a city government "now appears
to le conducting municipal affairs In
a creditable maner," according to a
grand Jury report to Judge II. C
Hughea. of Ihe tenth district court
here. The rctort made public today
added that In tha grand Jury'a opinion,
the city police force and Texas rangers
are working In close harmony.
Hangers were sent here by Oovernn
Hobby on October I to relieve tha br.
gnde of national guardsmen dlnpatchH
here June 7 aa a result of alleged wa
terfront disturbances In connection
with the strike of coastwise longshore
men. In his proclamation of martini
law, Oovernor Hobby charged that the
city administration "had foiled to give
printer protection" to non-union dotK
workers. I'nlon coastwise longshore
men who struck early last April for
higher wuge still remain away fror-
the docks. ' .
' ; 1
Talks at Last;
Says Hs Hungry
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Xov. 25. Den
nis Chester, held here on a charge of
murder In connection with the ahootirg
of Miss Florence Itartnn. a Kansaa Cite
society girl, late tonight broke the si
lence he has maintained alnca ha at
tempted tn commit suicide laat week
In tha Jail at llroken Itow, Nebraska,
where he waa taken following hi re
capture after a aenaatumal eecap
from officers whn were bringing him
back from tlreat Falls, Montana.
Chester replied affirmatively who
asked by a nurse whether ho waa bun
rry. The man'a silence has caused the po
lice considerable uneasiness, aa It wit
feared he had Injured himself seriously
when he leaped from hla bunk to thi
floor of the llroken How Jail, allghtlr.g
upon his head.
Cleburne Pioneer Found Dead
By Asearisttd I'm.
TKXAItKAXA, Ark . Nov. 25. A. Tl.
Johnaon, (C, a native of Cleburne,
Texaa, where ha has lived more than
SO years, dli-d of a sudden stroke of
heart trouble this morning.
GOTHAM THRONG IN RIOT
FOLLOWING DEMAND FOR
LOWERING BRITISH FLAG
By Aasntiaud Tr.
XEW YoltK. Xov. '.. The usunl
quiet rv.inee of Thanksgiving day
lure was vlclently Intirruptnl shortlv
ifter ni tisliy when crowds whn had
attended a h!ch requiem mass in mem
ory cf Terenc- MncSwiney, former lord
msycr of Cork, rioted at the sight of a
l'rltlh flig d--oonitlng the facade of
the fnlon club across Fifth avenu.
from Kt. Pwtrii k's Cathedral.
After a fluht partlciatd in bv hun
dreds of lrih symithtiTs. In the
course of ViMch all windows on th
li-wer flisr of the club were shattered bv
missels huilnl bv mcnilH-rs cf the mob
order wr.s restored ahi-n a cord n of 2'"
(ol Ice rat.ihlixh.-d Itself around th be
lencuertd Imlliling. The fnlon Jack
which was the cause of the ns.iutt.
thoiirh t:iken down st Ihe first binnd
of Ihe crowds snd subsequently rep'.S'id
still wss rirais'd over the sidewalk with
the emblems i f Kram-e and the I'mted
States t.n the fracas emb-d
When the li imor of the first rush on
the url-in Jack was at Its height the lit
Piv. Michael J. I.wclle. nvtor of St.
I'atiieks. clad In his ministerial robes,
r'li-hiil out of the church and pl.-sd-il
in viln with the leaders tn quell tha
harrey of Casaalllea.
After mounted and mntrweycle polli-e
hid dispersed the mob. a survey of the
field of battle revealed raaualtlea In
II S. IS POLE
II A MM FT OF PANAMA OFFHMLN
TO PftKXIDF.NT-F.I.KtT IS fcrV
ITAIILK 1-0 VK mxsr.
Senator. In Capacity of Private till,
yen. Has (.athered Masa of De
tailed Inlormalion on Canal
L'y Auoriatid Press.
PANAMA CITY. Xov. 2S.A pledge
of enduring brotherhood and ro-ocra,
lion between Panama and the Cnitel
Htutes was pronounced here tonight by
I'leslib-nt I'orras of the I'unuma lie
public, and Wurren . Harding, I'resl
dent Kle t of the frilled Htates. Hm-uU
Ing at a liunnuet given by him In honer
of Mr. I larding. Kennr I'orraa declared
It was the wish of the Pan-American
nations that he fritted Hlstes shouM
continue "as the polur star of our
American continent, lighting the way
for other eopes that they may follow
in the paths of liberty and Independ
ence." In reply, Mr. Harding voiced warn
reciprocation of these expressions of
fricmlHliip and declared that It waa one
of hla fondest hoes to ace tha Ameri
casNorth. Central snd Mouth unltej
in the purtMise of living peacefully and
As In all the other exchanges of pour
testes during hla vacation trip here,
Mr. Harding made It clear that he
aiioke only as a private eitlxen. Hit
carefully chosen words and hla earnew
demeanor, however, wera taken by hit
auditors aa plainly Indicating hla dee,)
realization of the restonslhllity that
will tie Inevltsble In guiding lan-Amr
lean relations In the coming four years.
The American nfflcala of the canrl
aone and mit of those In high author
ity In the Panama Ui public wera pre.
nt at the banquet which waa In tha
nature of a lova feast to cement tha
comity between the nation operating
tha great lithmuaian waterway and
the nation whose territory It plecea.
(Continued from paga two)
Pardons German Officer
By AstonaUd I'm.
ATLANTA, tla . Nov. 25. Frsna vnn
Hintelen. former officer In the Herman
navy, who was serving a sentence at
the Atlanta federal penitentiary, wss
rci-ad lute today, hla term having
lcen commuted by President Wilson.
Blind Organ Grinder
Who Killed Wife is
Acquitted by Court
By Awwiatfd Prssa.
MACON, Ou.. Xov. 25. Claud Crea
son. blind organ grinder who shot and
killed his wife here last June, was ac
quitted of the charge of murder lata
The Jury waa out an hour and a half.
When the verdict waa read, (Yeason
laN-d to hla feet and shouted "praise
Ood from whom all blessings flow."
Then he thanked each Juryman.
Creaaon'a four year old daughter
whn waa a witness tn the shooting, but
whn was not permitted to testify, nit
Is-slde her father In court, aa did two
brothers of the Idind man.
cluding a doten or more slightly Injured
Mho hnd leen struck by flying brick
Hcfore the beginning of the M.ir
Sv iney mi'. the stti-nilance at ahieh
t ixed the titmi st capacity of the'grent
cath.ilral. a delegation of Irish request
i-d that the Pntdh flg lie removnt.
The club sup -rlntendi-nt complied but
later, on Instructions from club officials
the flag ass replaced.
When Ihe service was over the flag
SBifn i n in-ht thi attention of In-IUk.t
rnt membirs of the cungrrgation wh-
were an re red nt the n-apMrance of th."
enddem. Stoei-s and bricks err ob
tained from a nwr building under mn
. t ru 1 1, n. snd Ihe attack begun
IC14 Call Hounded.
A riot call nt first brought ortv flft"
polii. all on f''t These foiigM d'-s
perately. lifting thir nlchf sticks frrrtv.
but Wire powrilefts against the heavy
iftlds tifity after the arrival 4 ritn
fi-rcemcnts of thn-e times th islainil
n'.imle-r did the officers aiaverd In dne
ing b,ii k Ihe stl ii k-r, ahn bad lrm
prevented from entering the building It-
s--!f by determined club iiieiidicrs sr. I
inployrs hn nuinrnd the d'm-. Per
'eral women iff-cti-d an entrsnce st one j
Itpne hut wi ie driven out ln-f'" snyi
Inmsge wss done In the Interlis of Ihe
( building. j
J Foor arrests on rhsrgea of ruallrlmts
I mlw hh f were made.
AKTICI.F. 17 OF MEXICAN 4'ONMTI
Tl TION EXPECTED TO HE
TOK IIED I ItlN.
By AMflrlsled PreM.
'.VAHIHXUToN. Xov. 27. ft-crctary
Colby Is exM-ccd to make known 1m fori
hi departure foe Kouth America Kim
iliy or Monilay the nature of hia reply
to the Mil-lit letter of It. V. I'esiein
i-onfidential ngent h'-re for the provia
iomil government of Mexico, rtoltliig
forth the claims of that government, to
retii:iiltlon by the I'nltid Slates.
I'ccent Informal confen-nces In-twii-n
the state deprutmetit offli lals ami Mr
li s'liieirn are understiMNl to have clear
ed the way for such nn announcement
It was lH-lli-vcd the Meticnn agent hsd
full knowlcdiie of Ihe Hltlon the A mer
iivin govern i lien i would take when he
left toilay on a hurried trip to Mexico
Mr. Pi-iuiurira' b tter was made p'lli
lie by the stale deartment with com
mints by Mr. Colby which said that a
few ftolnts reioslni-d tn lie lieareil before
rifcnltion roulil lie granted. Whlb
officiuls le line to dim-tins the substance
of the n ply now l-lng draftiil. It la be
lieved to contain sMfiflc referencea to
the matters In dirpute between the two
countries and a statemt nt of what the
fulled States will consider as a satis
fiictory solution by Mexico of some of
It was sold that nn attempt would fx
nuide to dlctute tn Mexico what she
must do to attain the stilus necessary
for recognition, but it will lie made
i leer that the fnlted Slates will be un
ablo tn nccord rectignltlon until certain
tangible guarantees are given by Mex
Ico of her willingness and bulllty ti
protect American Uvea and legitimate
intensta in Mexico.
Among thinga Mexico will lie expert
ed to do. It. la known, will lw to make
an Interpretation of Article 27 of the
constitution of Queretarn by noma of
flclnJ pronouncementa. Thla la within
the pervh-w of congress or I ha Mexican
aupreme court, before which many suits
brought on behalf of Americans and
American "omprinlcs hive been pending
lor from six months to three years.
Mr. PesUeira has desired tn obtain
recognition before the d Ia Huert.i
admlnlatrntlon goea out of office with
the Inauguration of (ieoeml Otiregnn on
leo. . It became known today that
h had a further discussion of the whole
Mexlcnn question with Mecretnry Colb
and rnder-Becretary Davis at a dinm-i
thla week at Mr Colby'a home. Care
has brrn l iken by state deimrtmctit of
fliials nnd bv Mr. Peaquelni tn avoid
giving an official caste to them- discus
irions and for that reason they have mi
iHcn held at the department.
Twenty Injured When
Ufa 1 P 1 . T
nil n rremnt irain
By Aamistra TrfS.
IIKLLEFoXTAIXK, Ohio. Nov. 25
Twenty ersons were Injured at West
'Ulierty near here late today when Htg
Four iNBsscngcr train Number 10, Cin
cinnati tn Ihtrolt. ran into an oien
switch and cranh.il Into a freight train
istundlng on a siding.
Th M.irSs incy memorial s-rvlce wss
ettendeil by nuiny prominent lrlh here
in iuding lUt.iortn IWab ra. Iprt-sideni
of tho Irish republic) who meupl-d .
J luce In the front pew.
.lonei.nir lYili. I -aid a tribute to
the former miyor of Cork. ho dl
after a hunuir sti.ke In ItMxton piloo
London. ciUmg him a "nun whiaw bluh
ri-cnrd pt'slalma him Jut shw di-d"
t-uke him a h to among his felloaa and
h"- ni-ve will live In thi inemory of
At Ihe outftrt of the ttmm.e, rbiti
metiilieis sild liter, a crowd of thirty
mi n sod two women pushed aside th"
d.ft.imsn and entered Ihe club Tiifai"
Mi t t, n. a leiturt-r on flags, and never -1
other memliers met the lslt.r. "We'll
lio- ton fie minutes to t ike the Kn..
buh flag III" one of them said, aivord
ti g to Mr. Mrntin.
Attell pts to reason wi'h tlie nv.id.-r
wi re uiiftini esf ul snd Mr Mrntin do.
ilsn-d Ihe crwd st.o ke.1 blin and 'h-
other i lull nirmtfa, liiflirtirg e.-t.,l
rumor ruts snd InJaries uii'ii Mr. Mel,
While the fight wss in prioress thre
i Il'-eoient ii.w-Hrid and a llvrit tmttl -rnaufil
wltliln the building bfre the
nun an-l womrn rn i jecte.1. During
th fighting the fl.ig was taken dow,i
f.-r Ihe f.lt time. After a ronfeienm
with other i lull rffuia orders wero
Kit en . replace the lag and In I lit
lorn -it nor ml lee resrrvra Were summoned.
IN PETROLEUM FIELDS
Spu-lal In tint Ns.
WAKHLMiTO.N, D. C, Xov. 2V The
Ami rli an (Jovel iiiiient has luformi-d
)i eMt ) ti it it in H,ltely, but firmly, tint
it diss not proHw tu be i-xcliideil from
MiitelHitloii in the rlghta and prlvl
leges secured Ullcl.-r mandate provldul
In Ihe I lea ties of M'ine. Furthermore,
It cMits to be heard regarding th-i
terms of those mandates before they
are put Into foin-.
The tmsitioll of I lie fulled Htutea Is
set forth In a note by Secretary Colby
In Karl Cum. hi, the Hi ll lull ocrelur
of state for foreign affutr, and lhi
SMcfi- queslloll illsl'UlSMil Is that of
the MesoMitamlan M-trolc urn fields. Mr.
Coiliy's note is ilaleil Xovemla-r 20, and
was made public today following Ita de
livery tu the Hiilisli foreign office earlr
tills week. It Is in reply In a llrltli'i
note of last August ninth, which hsi
never lien made public, and which
deals with the application of the prin
ciples of equality of treatment to tho
territories of the Near Host tu I
pluii-s under llritlsh mandate.
Challenges llrllbh Vote.
The Amerleun note tskes Issue with
what I", described as Ihe Itriliah his.
tlnn that nuindalr agn-ementa snl
treaties are to Iw ronslileri-d only by
stales that are memlH-rs of the leugur
of Nations. It stutes tha the fnitcj
Stales ss Hirll luint In the World
war "and inntiiliutor to Its suoeesi
fill issue, is ii not coimiili-r any of thi
assocciatnl xiwers, the smiilli-at n it
less tnnn itself, debarred from dlscuv.
sion of any of Its consequences, or from
Mirllciuitlnii In the rlghta and privi
leges sn-uriil umler the mandate pro.
vldi d In the treaties of peace."
Mr. Colby said In hia note that tha
Ameiiian (lovernment accepta th)
ststement of the llritlsh Oovernmrn.
that it has refrained from exploiting
the tH-troleum resources of tha man
luted terrltorlea In question "and wrl
eome your plulgea" thst It la far friail
the intention of (Ireat Ilritiiln to "es
luhlish any kind of monnx4y of pr--fenul
pronislliona In its own Interest.'
Mualily Insjftted I'pon.
"I nei-d hardly refer aguin." Mr.
Colby continues, "to the fact that the
government of the Culled States has
tonststcntly urged thst it Is of the ut
most Importance tn the future pi-ace of
the world that alien territory trans
ferred as a result of Ihe war with ths
central towrrs should he held and ad
ministered In such a way aa to assure
equal treatment In the commerce and
In the citizens of all nstlons. Indeel.
It wss In reliance upon an understand
Ing tn this effect, and expressly In ce
teinplatlon thereof, that the fnlted
Stales wss H-rsuaib-d that the acqui
sition under mandate of certain enemy
territory by ihe vlctoiiotja powers
would le consistent wIMi the best In
terests of the Wisid.
"It la aasumed accordingly that your
ststement with reference to Manila t)
now ib-scrUml) together with the state
ment that the draft mandates for Meso
ot.iii.la and Palestine have leen pr
iwretl with a view tn n-cure equality of
trrstmenl for the commerce and cltl
yens of nil states whlrh are members of
Ihe league of Nation", do not Indli-ste
a supB iiilon nn your part that th
fnlteil States can lie rxcluih-d from
the lH-nefits of the principle of cqusll
ty of treatment "
Ib-ferrlng to the statement by tlin
Itrltlsh tlovernment that the draft man
dates for Mesopotamia and Palestine,
whli h hove bei-n preirnl. will, when
approved by the Inten-steit sllli-d pow
r. Im communicated In the council of
Ihe I-cHirai- of Nations, the A merles n
sn-rt'tiiry of state sayst
Musi Suhmll In f. N.
"The fnlbil Stoics Is, utidoubtiilly.
one of the powers directly Interested In
the tern.s of the mandates, and. 1 thee
fore request that the drsft mandates
he rommutili ati-d to this government
for Ita consideration U-bs-e their sub
mlmiioii to the cnuinil of the league."
"The fait cannot he Ignored." Mr
Colby rontiiiui-a. "that the reported re
sources of Mia. tot a una have Interested
uil. lie i pint. .11 of the 1'nitnl Slates,
licit Britain, snd other rouritrli-s as
sa a ftiteiitia factor In Ihe eroiioml.
ie.-aiise of that fact thev liecome sr.
outitardlng illustration of the kind o'
economic qm-etion with refereni-e to
whii h the mandate prlmlples wss ca
lm Lilly deslgmd. and tmb-eil. a p.
ruli. uly niti.al test if the good faitil
if the ns'ions w lib h have given theli
sdherenn- to Ihe principle. The prl'l.
ciple wss Bin pt.il In the hoie of ob
tiating in the future those Internatloi
ul dlffi-ii tin -s that slow out of a de
ire f. r the rxilusixe mntrij of the r -ftoiirn-s
and mat ki ts of annexed tel
I it.. 1 1, - "
I'iiIiiI- In IHscrepandes.
Mr Cltiy then fisnklv ststen that
the Am, ill . hi aovrrnment finds difficut
tv in i. . ..in iltim the m i srranr-.-in.
Mi set fnith III the .- nihil Sm
Iti-mo t-li. l uin oirieement la-twei n
(real Itiltiln and France, with thi
ltiltih government s statement tint
the tn-tpiieuill HSolinis if MeSoftl I
mla and freedom of setli-n In regar I
then!. i will la- svu.i.-d to Ihe f ut ill e
Arab state, ss yrt unm ganln-d.
"furthi-riiiire." he s.ivs. "It I dif
fli ult to h.irmonl. thut sieclal ar
raoermetit with vmir statement thit
i I'lin ".rai v claims relating to thes
teft-.ure.n still remains In their prs
tCoiitiDu-d oa l'a Four )
Crosses Border to
Greet Texas Officials
By AMorlatd Trm.
LAKKIMi. Texas. Nov. 25 Oeneral
M. I'ereg Trevino, representing I "resi
lient . In t oUegon of Mexico arrived at
the Iss-iler this morning with a stuff of
offii-ers, and will cross to l-aredo -morrow
to irewre i rei-epllim fig
fiovernor Hubby of Texaa .
A rcpriiu-ntutlon frn the governor
if the slulo of Ntievn leon. hetuled by
AlliHiiey (b-m-rul Antonio P.lisimdn of
thut state and Including the state hand
of thirty two pki-ea, several staff of fl
eers and prominent Americana, arrived
In l-arrdo lute tonight to greet Oov
ernis- Hobby und f Jovernor-elwt Neff.
who are due here Katurduf annJutv to
Mexico City to attend tha Inauguration
of the new Mexican president. Tho
(ominlsnloiia will receive tha Trxana
aa they enter Mexican territory.
f numuil Interest la attached to tha
coming of fjcncrsl Trevino, who la aald
tn h slated fia- snlstaiit aecretary of
war In the new government, (leneral
Kllnniido said that the governor of
Nilevo jtt had planned tn ba present
Saturday but waa called tn Mexico City
to assist In ircNirullons Tor the Inaug
ural rerennmlea. ,
Breaks Record for .
Butter Fat Output
By Awnriated f ms.
PAIIOO. N. D.. Nov. . A North
Ihikota heifer. Carnation pioneer aegis.
No. 4M.270, haa broken tha aevea
day'a world record for butter fat pre
duct Ion in the Junior two-year-old clan,
producing In seven consecutive day a
24 K77 Miunda of buter fat, tha equiva
lent of 3.109 pnunda of It par cant
Alkali Works Drops
50 Per Cent of Its .
Employes on Dec. 1
0y Assnrlaltrf Praa.
tHLTVILI.L. Va.. Nov. I. Tha
Malhleson -lesll works here today an
nounced that effective TacembeT t.
fllty ht t-erl of ps two thcuwwnd em-plovi-s
won',. I ne dismissed. The wages
of the remaining emplmes will ua re-1
duml 20 m-i i-nt, the company atated.
The fact thst "business conditions have
rt.riiii thi romisiny' ash s waa
wiveii as a re-isiai for the rodiM-'uins.
Wins Pulitzer i
Air Trophy Flying
3 Miles a Minute
Py Annrlalrd Prrs.
MIXKolV. X. T.. Xov. 25. Flylnf
at a spe.il of virtually three mllea a
minute Lieutenant C. C. Moaley, Hint
ing an American made Yervllle-Pack-ard
army plane, won the flrat Pulltaer
trophy aeroiiauttiiwl race here today
acaitisl a field of thirty four atartera.
He covered Ihe course of slightly more
:han 132 miles In 44 minutes 29.57 sec
onds. an average aiieed of approximate
ly 17 miles an hour.
I ff li tula of the aero c!ul of Amencm.
whlih ri ndui ted the race first having
stlpulutnl the course aa 140 mllea In
I. n;h. announced Immediatnly after
the race lhat Mostey'a average speed
wns 1 4 miles an hour a new world'a
ruisd. However, a careful re-er-allng
of the of ihe official mup tonight ahow.
ei that the laps were slightly mora
than 32 ioil.il In b-ngth. Instead of IS.
fie uverace smii of the Corrected
length Is Ing cut down ten mllea an
The present world'a aviation speed
record Is held by Kudl Ircolnte. Winner
of the rm-nt Onrdon Dennett trophy
race In France, whn averaged 1T
miles an hour In a special contest at
HU C'lulilay m-ur I "aits ten day after
he won the International trophy.
(lW TltF.ASI KI R WILL
t s.F.1-: DltKH.ON INAl CI B.TED
I l.jr AftMiruiled I'm,
li:s MolXKS. la.. Nov. IS. M. 1L
lloyt. tn-osuri-r i lowra ai-cirnipanU-d
;bv hia wife and daughter left today
inis'ii f.ir Kin Antonio. Texaa. where
h will Jolt) a twtrty cf officials from
'ether states aa guests of the Mexican
'government and to wltnesa the tnaug
I uration of Alvarn Otiregnn. president
of Mexico, lloyt is tha official repre
scntutive of Iowa on the Invitation ex-
teiid.il by the Mcxkan government ra