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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1920 '
PACE THREE i r D MATERIALS nrinn DDI 'Mi nrnrnirn LbtltU MKFAMNO AMI GKADIM WORK O.N t'Ol'NTV ROADS WILL IIKGIN 800N. With tha ahorUura of railway equip. Hunt pnuiliully t-llmlnutt-d. tha ahl nt nt grovel and othi-r rwul mato tlul ordtn-d fur thu fuimtrut'tlun i.f lmtT county road have hnn mad.-, ordln to thn atat.ni.nt of Mr. A. 'J'. Dlrki'k. imaiit rib1m-ti'. Tho hlxhwoya to Im Improved ara Urn Owrd Trail, tho Ht. Kranrt nitd and tho Wanhburn roud. for wliluh K.'.o.ouu un vitii and to whli-h ha Wn ud.l.nl 1300,000 atato aid, nmklnif ft totiil of dver a million duilun ot he Mx iit on thla work. Tho Kruvi-I I Ulna; huul.d from a iHiInt on tho F. W. and I. t'. Ity., alnmt thirty mlli-a from Amarlllo. and u mm a auffii-ifnt matrrlul la on linnd the contractor will cmi to Am nrlllo to Ujrln tho actual work. Khiva Will Stage Third Ceremonial Late in December At a mihtIiiI rtu-Hinn .f Klilva Mirln ktHt nlKht It wna d...l.l.d th.it In oidi-r to kIvm thu Novliva who Imvr Ih ii h.-tcd. and other who will ti il.rtid durliiK iii-xt month, tho Un fit of tho iim-nt Initiatory irli, that a xhort iin-monUil will l held WVd iM'Ndny, I, it, KMii. thlii- like tlKhty appllratlona lniVH Ui n actud uim, hut union art Mlcanta iipinur for the work at tho HiM ct rcinonlul It will Ik? nee-unary Tor thnn to xiy tin udtlltlonal twenty five doilura. Offliir expr-nwd an opinion that there would l at li-unt one hundnd Novlca In Amurlllo to t.iko the work nt tho next iiTinmnliil. Hi'Vcml new nifinbtra worn i.i-...i.i..H I'lM night. Khlvu Tinipto voted to arnnt Mem I'lil Khrlncra a charter for a Hhrina Huh. M.inphln ha a aomethlnx like forty Khrlnera now ready to Join tha i lub and It la thoiiKht tlmt the nu;n t will ho givutly Iner.iiwd durlnif tlio inotitha to mmo, Clnreiidon nnd J lainvii w are Ix.ht ankliiK for club ilmrt.ra and IVrryton, It la thouKht. will uaw for a charter In tho near futuri', lt.M-or.ler Fwlft waa authored to uy Ix.k rt and membera wero nuked to contribute hooka. It la the plan of membera at preaent ot mtub Hh n flrnt cIiih library and dun room at Hhrlne headquartea In the mr future. Khiva Temple now hu 106 J mem-Ix-ra and Indication are that Ufoie the ImiN-rlal Council meeta that tho 1200 mark will be jiaaw d. SEVEN UIDHTES WILL Seven randldatea will rwlva the maater'a dijrrr In the I.huI Maaonlc lodirn tomorrow, the work of putting on the durcte UaUmlng at t o'clock In the afternoon with a turkey au ier to be aupplled at 6.30. After the aupiHT hour, It la announced, can II datea who are employee of the Hnnta Fe railroad will be given their degree and the work will be In charu of other employee of thti road, but all are invited to be preaent. Canyon Youth Found Dead in Hotel Room With Bulletin Body Itoy Fouler, 20, turn of Joe Foater. a Cunyon groci-r, waa found dead In a hotel room In Canyon late Monday evening, with a 12 cullhre bullet throiiKh bin heart. It In alleged thnt he ahot hlmiiclf after liecomlng d- aiHinilcnt over a love affair. The young man Went to tho hold Saturday afternoon, and from all ln dlcution nlmt hlmiu-lf Immediately, tnougn the iMNly waa not discovered until late Monduy aflerniMin. Judg M. A. ll-nm. the coroner, aluted that hln verdict Would Iw that Foti-r' death waa nt hi own hiinda. For aome time the young man hnd ben v. orklng on farm near Canyon. COUNTY OFFICIALS WILL BE SWQRN IN w mnnv luuni n in UIIULII Lflll (Vutity r.nd dlatrh t officer who were elected Nov. 2. will be aworn In to day. A majority of tho official were re-elected and thone who were not op H,Ned In moet liiHtance. Vt'l Ib liton Will take over the ta C amteNitor' office. W. II. Chllder will unminie the dutle of dmtrict uttorney, to aucTtd K. T. Miller, who did not run. It. H. Mutter will aut-eed lien llaggett a conntable. Mr. Flynn Return. Mra. T. II. Flynn ha returned from viHlt to Omaha, Kanaaa City and other Northern mnt. Mr. Flynn ha been nwuy from Amarlllo for the IHt aeverul month. Rutherford Chosen To Deliver Sermon To Elks on Sunday Ilev. Hoy Ilutherford of the Flmt ChriNtlnn Church hua bevn choecn to deliver the ineinorial add rem at the Kik'a home next Holiday at I p. m. Ilia theme will Im the "Immortality of In fluence." Arrangement have been mude for appropriate rualcal numhera. A dunce hue been arranged for Fri day night of thla week. The dance will lie precccded by a concert Which Will begin at 7:30 o'clock. A formal ba.l will lie given on ('lirlMinn Kve. Life is Just One Jail After Anoter For Former Banker tl Aiwnrlali-lt PrrM. I.KAVKNWoliTlf. Kan.. Nov. SO. F.dwurd Tlicrck, who began -rvliig u ten cur a'iitenco at the federal pi lwin here In April, 1!H7, for violating tm tloiml luiik law In Itoaton, wa ic leaa-d today on rnmmiitation of acn tence by l'reldeiit Wllann. tm hi n-leiiae Thi-nk wa um-ted by local authorlti and lodgl In Jail here ut the request of (ItlifornlA authority a who any a almllar charge In N-nding iiguiimt him In Kan Franelaco. L Ten new atalla are being added to tho Ranta Fe round houae In thla city. A: thl time there are 2H, but heavy traffic over tho Bantu Fe linen mode It necca aary for official to enlarge the local KllOp. A mnjor portion of the concrete work hn been completed, and Work on the nheda will begin within a very few duya. A ortlon of the old bulldln will be raied and a large building will be cotmtructed in It utend. Admit Burying of Five Mexicans Alive in Dugout By AMnrlad Tm. . HWBKTWATKll. Temi. Nov. 30. Pwo men arreted hero today con keened thut they aiiot two Mealcun near pout City, Teaaa. roblod them of lloo and buried five othera alive In a dugout, where they were rvacued by a farmer of the neighborhood. Sheriff Will Cravey of I'oat City, took thn men to that place for trial. Marie Rappold to Sing Here Friday Marie I'.appold. the brilliant AmeiJ. ran eoprann of the Metropolitan tp. era hoiim, who will alng here at Ilrnt ChrlHtlan church on Friday. lw. J. riia nn Impnx'lve et t' of her own In Callcoon. New York, in tl-o forth o. Sno acre of luud and a home which I one of the ahew place of the coun try " For yei.ra the u -iiulHltlon of tlilx land wua one of my foridcNt nin'il lion." Mho ia. " had once mod. red throuah thl bit of country nnd bad liccn an charmed with It on firm ac inialntamv that I determined ii once that it wna the mrtlular p.i! ot il.e earth that had len meant for ine. It wa aevenil year l fore I eaw n (liiince of roullring thl denlre and In tho meantime bud plenty of opMr. Iiinlty to conxider It. "It troubled m that I ahoiild be able to own a largo piece of thl gin rloua green land when there are thouannda In the rltlea fighting for a few feet of pnoe. The fact that other M-opln wero In mv Mltlon did not aatlafy me. I finally hit upon thl plan for ixery ncr of bind not un der cultivation (that I n aav not pro ducing aomethlng that could be uxe.l for the MNiple) I Would have one x-r-, aon living here, I d.-iirted. I am build ing a large hoiine aomewhat like a do.- mltory and when complete It la to tw uaed na a vacation homo for women ami children who need reat and frenh air and cannot afford It. I will ge thn riMiMtutlon of one of the big charitable orgunlMtlona ao that tho Authenticity of the appllrwtita ran I i-atnbliahed. "Thla la, pcrhapa. not a aolutlon of the land problem to aattwfy econom iMta, but It la better than none, I believe." Try a Dally New Want Ad. ILL AT SITORIUM HERE Tllford II. Morgan, of Oroom, one of the Novlcee at the recent ceremonial. I In Ht. Anthony' nanltaiium with pneu monia. The young mun became 111 Sat urday night. Mr. and Mra. Morgan have been living In Amarlllo for aome week while Mr. Morgan waa under going treatment. , TIIRF.K RF.f Rl ITS ARK AtC KITKU FOR T. 8. ARMY. Three recrulta for the I'. ft. Army were accepted yeaterday by local re crultlng officer. They algned up for three year and were aent to the Ha waiian Inland wlwi they will enter the field artillery. EXTRA SPECIAL This Week A Sweeping Cut ON SUITS AND COATS Prlcea are Cut Deep. We have been doing a nice at cad y bual neaa elnce we put our aale on ao now w feel that we can afford to loan a lltllo In -irder lo effect a quick clearance. You have three month or mora In which to uae anything you lajy now. Kvery Hult and Cout haa liecn remarked and prlcea are ao little you cannot poealhly niak a, mlatakq buying anything that la left. Misses Taylor 60S folk Street Pbona S8S v .7 s a Louie Says: , 1 V We suggest as other good merchants, to ,V be caret ul in making selections ot doming. i 119 r We suggest as other good merchants, to be careful in making selections of clothing. It is a time when there is lots of inferior merchandise on the market and it pays one in hand to investigate the best shop when in pursuit of the highest class. Suits offered here at a saving of 33 1-3 per cent apply to lines of clothing that hap pen to be the best among the names that are so well known, D. OPPEUUEILe Ik COLMHY AI1D SOCIETY DRAUD All lines of furnishing goods and hats are included in trie saving, with the exception of Stetson Hats and Linen Collars. SILK SHIRTS AT A DISCOUNT OF 50 PER CENT MAKE EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFTS AMRIGHT CLOTHIER Phone 881 TEne Ly5 m vams Score, tMaZifsQCb, Aaeoenckg Meadjinstmeii A. T0 nces IN ALL DEPARTftlENTS OF OUR STORE Prices throughout our entire stock have heen lowered anil revised in keeping with present market conditions and cost of replacement. In every section of our store the new k wer prices rule. Many goods have heen bought on the lower basis others we have reduced in price at once, because we want lo t r 2if ll Get Back To Normal Prices At Once And are willing to lake the big loss now, and be ready to do profitable business again when these goods are gone EVERY DOLLAR WE LOSE BECOMES A BIG SAVING TO OUR FRIENDS In this connection, we announce here that beginning December 1, we will resume giving free S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS ON ALL CASH PURCHASES LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR ' DEPARTMENT An exceptional opportunity awnils the woman who has delayed the purchase of needed winter ready made clothing. The price cut is drastic, while fairly Rood assortments remain. Further new merchandise is being received that has hem Imrght on the n-v lower market and these will appeal to a'l as rtnnrkahly low in price. All Ladies' Suits One-Half Price Plush Coats One-Half Price All Dresses One-Half Price All Skirts ., One-Half Price Blouses . One-Half Price Ladies' Aprons and House Dresses at Half-Price Children's Gingham Dresses Half-Price All Outing Gowns and Flannelette Kimonas .; Half-Price The Shoe Department has revised the price on every Shoe in the house nnd all prices arc bated on the New Low Market of Today. I.i1m- Hbrk Xnr IU . Turn K., Tnll lul ra lltt. mlr r Wkhrrt (anliiar. Kinwr prlr Ilt.ll. Th Ptx n h Ill.fcl l.uIIV Itman KM IIm. Turn Mis lull I-miI li.m-4 lltil. mJr hy Hdbjr. Kurmar IM3. lW nw ItUrk KW. MilHurjr llrrl. Wrl rsulir an.l r.H.hlnjillwi laJ. Karaw pikr till". I'rh nr llifM Mkt ar maitr hy dimrr. ItUrk lild Wm. "Arch KHnlnrr.' UHI S-ir, MlliUO H-H. m.na- hy M.mra Kholrr. tiN-mrr Mlif IIS.TJ. Hi now tM All Boyt' Suits revited and marked down to One-Third of former prices. Lowered Prices on Staple Goods Murrrrln-4 Pm.lln. now Vtr4 Wmi-Wfll fmnilrM Kh.-rt. Il0, l.vuilo lth tnpl !. ap-lal t.tt lUfll Ivmlirok Hhti'ta. !'", ranil'. mni1 of rxtr quality rhevtlnK. rrtt-a fIJO Each Vtitrwrll Shnl. Ili9 In l. hvmtit hinl. nmd" of tiMtl ljN htln. .rhx K Nlnm. JfarJ IJ hhIhI lf Van! 4 rnMmihml Wrarwi-ll Shlln M 4 HlwhH Wmrwrll Khntlna; Jl.il J-;il Cliiih'iiii, lMutful lint of ttrw p-itti-rn V ltfl !: (Itnahnm. r-tly lalt. amntl rhwk tie 3Mn h lUntih.ini. kiiiii' r:do n fnr:itly t'r ('. nw tie 1' ln h ln n ilri;'iim. f cimrlv alil fr V nr 10 liurklln ri. raw line nf r-tly !!rn, tie Van! wl Vr-'.i! lik -il liitht iiprna. rrnn r r.K- arailo, nw tSe J.'ltn h l:ntiirr rit'ih. foiimi ly a. .t ('', li' w irt(-t SSa lilu ll II hilot. n i i ..i 21 Mil Ymitlt "Ikiinv" 111. n.li-l Mu-I.mv f"r ii. rlv at.M at 3m now ISe Outltic "Linn. I In I'UI.I-.. Slrlixn uml Chi k former ti It . lk now tic Outltm l-laiini l. Ilcht and dirk nli.i t. f.Ttii. r irl ?V, now !le lutln "l.nn-l. lluM lrli. f.i.i irlr . m w pi It-c ISe I. -Towrl. Murk T'vl. I in- n T..wrl, Fuu.-y Tui-I. all at revlard anil low All l. an.l (lilMrvn'a J'n.i Sulta at r vlil :itul lowor rtf. ' All l.li. . and 1'hll.lK'n' ll.n nt rrvlnrtl ami luwvr itrlcr. Moore, Mal&fsQ & 7T7T