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AMARILLO DAILY MEWS. WEDNESDAY. MORNING, DECEMBER 1, H20
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Wericans Killed in
War 32,249; Wounded
;224,099ReportShovvs
S? AiaariaUd Vntt.
WAKHINUTUV. No. Jo. Klnal fit
tiraa an irmy raualtla In tha world
ar are contained In tha annual rport
6f,8urgaon Oain-ral IroUnd, nuulu pub-
Mr tonight allowing 34.H9 KIII.J am! I
!4.0M wctinilrd.
Tha prcpirtlon of klll.d t wounded
I about the miiM aa In the rlvil war.
although mortality front run ahot
Wound In th world waa war only K 2
)mt rent aa romimred with IK pr
'rait In the chll wnr. Th report anld
thia IndiraUd linnrtivd aurgtfnl and
anltary rorthmbi had anvttl the liven
( .VJ4 mt rant of all Annn.nn aolilli-r
wounib-d.
" Of every I.W19 mm aent to rYnn..
lit wera admitted to hokpltnl aa th
reault of l-aitl eaaualtte. th report
aaya, and nautly nfn i.ut if every
' J.oo died from wmmda. Infantry liwna
were beavleat. Sll out vt every l.oo.i
trrn of that aim Mng wounded and
it',' killed. The aignnl en-pa w.ia
fiat t with S?IJ wound, d and Jul
' kfll.d per thouannd.
' Iw-alb frm woumbt totalled 13:3
tf 'lightly f thnn alt ier rent whl'e
'Ul.Ut wihiih." 70.7 r mi anv
returned te duty, th remainder Ik lug
Invalided hum fi trntment or tli
rharg. Shell woonda wire by far the
moet deadly. thi report auid. adding
that Ito American aohtltr hmt Uwh arm.!
' ami lx.ih leg or both l.f a or both anna'
and on other tremlt. i:w-ph it
lh leg at th thigh: hup li.th u at
the knee; nine both h-ga tlw the fcn-a;
' rar both feet an dthre iie arm uhove
th elbow with ana leg at the thlitli
II. ire than 4.4yo .lura it a part
of im or ninrr xtreml!i.-, wvt) mi
lt th aisht if lxth r)r; 44 lit the
partial Bight of lNth ry and t44 m
en y or tho alitht of on .
;High Labor and Low!
Pnces is Plaint of
I; IWFarmers
lpH-.t In TW Kmn
FAUWELL. TVaa, Nov. JO Thrath
toi on of th hlcfrt nw rro rvtr
' ralard In Tarmrr County. I!r.rt of
tl buahrla rr trr are ttrlnf rt-iwirt. .1
for kafflr. and Indian rtHii la turnrd
' vol from IS to 10 huahrla prr arr.
.Farmara aay thay hava nimni thl
crop with hltth nrU-wl labor, and ar
aalllna" for lowrr prkv than fklatvj
" lfw the war.
American Legion
For Bonus Bill to
Avert Race Decline
l Awwialrd Cmi,
NKW YOIIK, Nov. JO Tha i(t
of t ! Aiiifiliiin L'iiin'a fourfold ho
nua I. ill wniiiit i a Iiik ti towurd r
iiic.viiiK thv iiiriiuic ,f r aiilrldr la
tlii aawrtinn mad ty n tx wrvlra
mini in a li tti r to thv Amviloan l.vion
Ww-kly.
Willi. ut flmtmlul bucking r nil'.
thr vHrran la Im ky If h.' run iar fi.r
hlinmlf ami wlf," 1 1 hittrr rt-adn.
'('i.iimui mly rhlldim at not ty I
thought it uiitll mirniNl tlima ar
ia.h'i and f-w inn bik-w when tha'.
will lw. Th-ri an-.a biwhI mnny younij
.'lupl- that m liHiklntj fomurd In
roiiN'naatHn iia a inmna i f iimklna' I'.
Mmlf..r thnn to l.-.m fiithrra and
m tl)-na of futtirr Am-iluin vltlwua."
Brother-in-law of
President Denies
Sh
anng in
Fund
Harding Greeted
By Jamaica Throngs
KI.VC.stiiN. Jiinwl.ii. Nov. 30.
rVnntor Wiirrt-n 41. HnrdiiiK nrriv.d
t'nLiy nml I. ft th. m. anii r rimton a.
hlih lt oUKlif him frmn tin- canal
lour, at ll .lii o rl.u k. II- wua in. t
tllr mayor. hailniK olfiriala und
r nr. m'litallvo niizriin.
A KUitrd of honor. romMd of r
Vrnt Indira rinn nt. wmb Imrd iiji
on t ouay i.x th- itailviit liH t ili
mUrkrd. Crowila w In. h hd milh
rrrd wt-.-omd him wilo i lutra, whilr
a bund iki)id Tha Utar KpunaUd
llanm-r."
Thr anator innri t"d tin- rvalmonf.
rneaajtiu to the viaiimandlnc offlnr
hi apir latiiHi of th amart apMr.
nnr of the m.ldi. m. llf M.m thin
Intrvidtirrd to tha varloua offl. Ula by
th myur.
Ila aa driven through tho prlnfl
1il thoroiiKhfart a to King a llouna,
tha offiiUI rnurWruf of tha govrnui.
whira rrrpi,, Wlia hld. Thci
wna on ovation for lh arn.itor all
along tha route and ninny tumm-a
rt;iMlahmanta and irlvat- dw.lllng
w-ra ilrcoratrd In honor of tha oora.
uon.
Br AMnrlalfd Pma.
NKW Y(il!K. Nov. 31. IS. '.Vilnnt
r.illniK. IniiKiinr of tha t'nll.'il Htal
hl'iitiK iHimd and I'lotlifi in lnw of
lY. ,..i II-..H, tialiy finiiliutii nlly
in nii'd ulli-Kiition that In had xn Hi i
p:iliil III llii- I'.'i.Ooii fund al. giil lo
li.ii- l :i ilil .-tlnitiM l.y T.i. .'i K.
Ktml to a i u a u lotitim t uilii thf
Hjlli'ill I 'Willi
I Hi lling w t n Voluntary w'liim Im--
fr III Waliili lnvi-llKiitlnK ron.inlt
I ti f. Alli'Till Involving th inm('
' oi Mr. I'.'HIiiiiK ! m.'iili by :lnil
Infill- till' I .III llllll.l' lilHt t'anoH
nil Hid h.i nr. Ivi .l 14 l.ooo In ii.,i.
.fioi.i Unllii. i' i.nvni-y of hl li tJXVM
Ju,m lllVlilril UlMi'fll l.lniwlf. Uolllm:.
t I .'(. r SiM.'f. i fniimr w.i.'lnry ol
lln Iiuiid. nut J. Iin N. i'i;iiioi. a icp.
r . nutii' of i nvniy
Sit lit-, who v;i nlf Milunlailh !
for th romiiiiitK', w. nlmwii Hi
I'linlimtiitlr lopy of hmiil-'' "halg.n,
10. w u juirl of I In- roriiril. und ho nmila a
.i itl ili-niil of tha nil kii'ioiih.
il l lion, ni, ng n a'.nti ini'tu miul.i to
tin- in". uhiih v.-a a iiiid Intn tha iih--rid.
li lliug tifliil hm tht Inllnui
11. mi of th rhaima rnioa lo lil n In thi'
form of .tn iinonvniouN lilt.r nlhiiw-
1 in JoM-ph I. Tuiuuliy follmi.l l.y a
flinlliir lattir nddr aard In W. 41 M.'
AdKi. "Tlirra la nut n word of truth In tli
alii K.ilH'iia iiihiI.' by Kind," Uolling
Kill).
Ilanl.t.,1 Unit ib. . tti-r. w hi. h all-(
ii' that In- pal Hi 1 1 hi t d In tha lunda had
.n-n t'li io-.l out to tha di'KH tiio-nt of
JIIBtllH
Export Finance
Project Endorsed
ByTexas Cfember
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fliilal la TIk Na.
LlALhAS. Tt-xna, Nov. JO. Tha Fid
era I Intn nutioiml Ilanking Corpora
tion, whlrh la Iwlng furinvd ty ttoulh
nn luukcr fur lh' iiurpoar of flnaiio
log tha t-xporl of rot ton, Iwa U rn an-tlorat-d
by tha Tana 'hintilr of 1'ian
maria through Ila ioliva tNanmlt-ti-a.
Tha aUtr rlinin-r luta diaimtrhod
n Utur to all imniU'ra. all nawiipa
pi'ra and coinmart'iiU uigajiUatlona
waking them to una thi-lr liifiuaatw for
tha ixpuit fliiiuu-a organisation.
l'JndurM'iiiant of Ui imivi inant wa
nuula uiM4t tha nuKgaation of W. I'.
Andiuwa, viiv prmiiUut of Ilia rlmt
National luiik of Koit Worth, and
atata rliHinUr board niimliar. rapra
milling tlui Trtita )iukcia' aamH'ia
Hon. "Whllu Hrmmally favoring an vlev
anth diMrirt or lumvaly Ti-i-ta
tanking 4iirtoraiioi), 1 hvartlly ai
prova of th luigi-r organijulun whli h
Hnulh.iii Kiiikara Imva umUrUki-n."
aaya J. H. Culliiutn of llouatoii, irH.
ilant of tba Tvkua Chiunbar of Com-ntcri'.
I ft f ? f ! ??! H ??: ?t?t! fill.. ,. smifl!!!!ii
JOIN THE MQQSE.
Gutlcura Soap
-The flealtby
Shaving Soap
CbaanB iaahanaaiaVaiia
grr aa
UXflllNO EXPKITKD.
1 Or' MACON NEC.R0.
MACON, Og.. X. JO Tha gT
wnh aaa.ult4 a yntang whlta woman,
' mam bar of m promlnant Thona Cun.
A ty famHy. thla aftamoon. wm cap.
turad twalva mllae from Pavo tonight.
according to maw (ran raaivad. f.ynrh.
' lug Waa x pact ad, rriioru adJtil
NO i:fl.NTI0 HB
l4IKJ(i rOUMCHK) BXK.
HTi:rtl.lNO. C..i... N.w. 10 Nalthar
Traaklant Jamaa P. Curnay nor nation,
al hank rxamlnar Roy E. Hmlth would
nuik a atatamrat tonight Mplainln-f
tha iloaing tmliiy of tha Farmara' Na
tunl lUmk of Stirling, a inambar of
tha fadaral imrvi ayatam.
Tha iloaing of Uta bank foUowad a
nmfarani-a of dlrat'tora and offiriala
with Karulnar Hmlth la at in g front
Haturdny night until thia murnlnf . Thli
hank had rxtannlva loan a antnnc farm
i ra of thia dlxtrh t.
Th Xovembar 13 itatamant of tha
bank, whl. h waa orgnniiad In Jun.
1911. alwiwad dapnalta of l.J0.J7i :
and Inang and dlarounta of ll.4;.M0.T:.
Arcordlng to a atutaniant. thara waa
ilua.th failal-il raaar V bank JIE9.03II
and th.; btiaka :?J.0o.U.
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A BOX OF ROSES
FROM HIM TO HER-
Hut lat tbrm U ral, fraah.
baautlful roaaa vary one a .
ram plm kad from N.tura'a gar
dan. . Lat tbam.amua from our
florlai ahop. tha homa of .
Nutura'a flnaat florul prnduc
llona. l.aava your ordt-r with ua
and we'll fw tbgt ah la iilwtaad.
AmirUb Crecnhoutes
A. AJXNIt S. Prep.
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"Three and a half million children call to the heart
and resource! of America for these daily supplies, not
arailable in their own countries, that are, vital to their;
survival and to the rebuilding of their physical well-tie-mg.w
"Our resources will be exhausted in January. ' ' -
"We must not step aside and permit the spectre of
death, in the form of hunger and cold, to haunt these
helpless ones this winter, yet we cannot continue with
out help
"This is a charge on the American heart, and Amer
ica cannot fail in her solicitude for these little ones.
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"Twenty-three million dollars must be raised without
delay, and remembering the new heart you put into the
Commission for Relief in Belgium in the dark hours of
1 9 6, 1 come to you again.
(Signed) HERBERT HOOVER. ;
From a letter to The Literary Digest.
Hugh 'Gibson, American Minister to Poland, predicts
"widespread starvation" in that country if the full pro
gram of child feeding inaugurated by the American Kc-'
lief Administration's European Children's Fund should
fail for lack of funds.
In a cablegram to the American Relief Administra
tion, of which Herbert Hoover is Chairman and which
last winter fed upwards of 1,300,000 undernourished
children in Poland, Mr. Gibson says':
"I hope you will keep us informed as to the progress
of your campaign for fundi, as that alone will show us
the measure in which the inevitable suffering of this
winter can be met. .
"After the devastation of the country by the Bolshe
viks and the rotting of unharvested crops during their
occupation, Poland cannot hope to feed her own children
this u inter and it is more vitally necessary than ever
that the full program of the European Giildren'i Fund
work be maintained. There is no choice between this and
widespread starvation. 1 hope American efforts will be
concentrated on your campaign as the conservation of"
the children is the vital problem of this winter, and the(
European Children's Fund is obviously the only organi- .
zation with equipment, experience and trained personnel -to
deal effectively with the difficulties of the situation."
, Mr. Hoover has already made an appeal for $23,000,
000 to carry on the child-feeding work in F.urope until
the coming harvest. Last year the American Relief
Administration supplied a supplementary meal daily to
about 3,500,000 children. In some of the countries the
agricultural recuperation has been sufficient to warrant '
the withdrawal of the American aid. in Poland1, and
Austria, however, the need continues desperate and fully.
as many children will have to be fed this winter as last
In Poland the food shortage has become the more aicutc
owing to the invasion of a large area of Polish territory ',
by the Bolsheviks just at the time that the crops were
being harvested last summer. ,
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Large amounts of food grains were consumed hy the. ,
invaders, niore, was shipped to Russia and mucH was
wantonly destroyed. J . . 1 k.
Make All Chocks Payable to
MRS. AVERY TURNER, County Chairman, American Relief Assn.
The Above Contributed by the Amarillo Daily News."i' MMIilM'ilH i
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