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I) I) THE NEWS CARRIES THE FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS o Daily News if VOL. XII. NO. t. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS WSm NAVAL OFFICE KILLED BY SOLDIER Amarill APANESE CATTLE III SEEM TO FAVOR HARDING; PACKERS ATTACKED improper to mooest to presi pent klect any special aitointments. HLniHB WELL ATTENDED Officer ef Aaaarlailaa IV M Ra Ejected 4 Prktayi Senator Kondrkk Being I'rrM for Ita-Eleetloa. EL, PASO. Tvxaa, Jan. IS The antl- administration element of th American ' National Liveatork anelatli tost It first skirmish her today, hm Ita op position to a resolution endorsing Perev Wallace of Da Mntnti, Iowa, for sec rotary of agriculture, waa ovrrridA'ti by a vol of th convention. Th vol endorsing W'allao ram af ter rcaj-gea had been mad that oppoat Hon to Wallace came from tho big meat packer. Earlier In th sessions W. W. Turner of El laao. president cf th Cattle Kale em' association of Texas, had attacked the big packing house owner and urged the mem her of th association "not to Join hand with the packer." The Wallace resolution wa offered by Celnnel I. T. Prynr of Ran Antonio. Tetaa. Th reeotutlon pledged Wallace th "unqualified endicsemcnt of the association and ordered that the sec retary despatch a copy to President Elect Hardin. Wa Prynr finished rending the rea olutlon former Governor E. M Am moat of Colorado objected to It on th ground that It waa Improper to rig gest to Preeidenl Elect Harding who should be appointed aecretary of agri rultur. Mr. Amnion declared Wallnc hid recently publUhed an Arti.i le In hi farn paper In favor l o operative buying of raltl feeder by th feeder of each roanty. The artlrl waa read to the delegate l.w I. iMtllnaham. sec retire nf the.' Idaho Cattle (! rower ambulation. It! umreated that by aentUnr one buyer to the market the feeder would n bo competing Tilth one another on the market. , Ammon contended that thia would re mit In th abolishing tit competition with resultant losses to rattle men with feeder to Bell. Mr. Pryor drfondend Wallace, dcclnr Ing he wa a friend of the producer. K. I. Burke of Omaha declared Wallace favora the live aim industry" nd de rtared the reason hi apiMantment wis Mm rppoaed y hi pnktng Interval waa becaoae "nons of the Ma busincat Interests can control Wallace," nth meetlnit thl afternoon hwrd ad uTm-m by Professor W. A. Cis-hell ot Kan City. Mo.. Honorable S. F. Toll, ml, minuter of agriculture of the iv minion of Canada; t T. ITyor if Hon Antonio. Texas, and E. D. Newman ot v Rl Paeo. 4 A boom for Marlon Rinsoin of Fort x Worth for next president of the assorts tlon waa launched today, Friend of John ft. Kendilrk. fnlted State senn tor from Wyoming. now president of the aaaortation. tonight were uralnf him to be a candidate for r-electuv Th election will be held Friday. WEATHER WM Teiaa; TtwMday. partly rloody. warmer; Friday, probably fair. . V. B. Department of Arrtmliora Weather B urea a. Temperature by hour at AmariUo yeaterday: a- m II m " 7 a. m : N" " I a. m tt I P. m a. m 14 t p. m. ! H a. m S P- rn ! . Iligheet yeaterday In 1JA. IH Joweet. HHhet yeatermay. S. Lowrat, t. Ilumltflty Data. p. m. a m. Noon Try temperature. 54 !J ? Wet temperature.il 11 Humidity 1 Foreraat: Thuratlay probably fair Interpolated. FOR IX)VE8 SWEET SAKE JfST to be aaying good momlnd. With a amile of It on your way. That the light of it cheer my fol low Wherver mi go today. raa me aontethlng I can glv To th nett one. left or right. That through me aome tieart may live In the gladnen ami the light. Take your realm ami fk your poaer. I.et through them to nie ye end The roege of a almpto floTr, The confirmation of a friend. Now l-'k etnlghl up to Ood blu ky. And g atraight on to take Tour burden nn your heart and try To aerr far ov' weet aake. Pentalown Hard In Dattlmor Sun. COLUMBUS CITY HALL DESTROYED BY FIRE Py Aenertatrd Iren. Cnt.t'MM'H. Ohio. Jan. 11. Fire which started on the third flour of the City Hall, directly arruaa the street from the atato houe, threat en to deMnry that structure. All city fire apparatua waa called out In an attempt to aave the building. Th city hall la In the congested down town aertloa and aevrral buainea blirk are threatened. A half hour after the fire atarted the Grand Three tre building, a five rtory brick structure jut eaat of th city hall, caught fire and firemen turned their attention to It and other nearby building, apparently despair ing of aavlng th munlclil building. 10 POTTEB Gflllim PRISONERS ESCAPE, JAILER ASSAULTED OFFICER'S MONEY AND GIN WERE TAKEN DT PRISON WIS BEFORE LEAVING. Py Aaooclated Pre. Rtuhinf Deputy Sheriff Fred Cobb and Hall Maaaie, a truaty, aa they were placing a raa of rup In their cell aa the north aide of the Potter county Jail at 8:15 a'clock last night, ten men, charged with crime rang ing fratn barglary and bank robbery to criminal aaaaalt, aver powered th ellrera, stripped bin of money, gun and key, and with a warning threat that both fleer and tnuly would be killed if they raised an alarm, made good I heir escape from tna JaO by means af a rop Uarr through serHid story window In tna rear, I he bars a which bad beeta pre vlctoatJr sawed m two. Twa men of th twelve volontarily remained b bind, these being C. J. Waller, car ged with tram porting a stolen automobile from state la state, and J. II. farter, from Panandle, rharged with burglary. Waiting under the threatening mu (1 of hi own revolver until tho last man had disappeared through th rear window on the ladder of bUnketa which the prisoner had made. Deputy Sher iff Cubb then raiard tho aUrm. II called for fifteen minute before help answered him. othera In the lower part of the Jill believing that It waa on of the priaonera. while pedentrian thought that it waa the volco of om unduly elated criminal. Deputy 8 her Iff Pettlnarr then answered and waa In formed that tho mlddl door of th Mil had been locked by the prisoners. He secured a key and released both officer and trusty and Immediately no tified all neightioring towns of th Jill livery, asking officers to bo on th lookout for the escaped men. Had Ordered Syrup. According to attendants at th jail the prisoners on th north aide of th building have been kept confined with in tholr ong. which la soma three feet front tht outer wall of the Jail. For some r.l1te past they have been or- Continued on page 2 More Money Needed To Make Country Bone Dry Nation r Araeeislea' Pen. WASIIIVCTOV. Jan. 11 The hrnia aent up and down th ladder In voting today on ippmprlailnn for cnfurce-m'-nt rf the prohibition law. Flmt rejecting an amendment to the pending appropriation mmauiv under which the bureau of Internal revenue would be given llO,(KW!.0o to break np tho outlaw liquor traffic, the house edpted S to 41. an amenilment by. Irr'entatlve VolMead of Minneoota, ftther of 1he law. Inin-omrc The tota? fro.n ICSM.Ooo to ITtlOO.Onrt. fUfore thl vote a taken, the hotir .'umplng Item mi etr-:ne to the ether. d'feote! without eiunt nn am-ndment limiting the amount to iftAaoo.oop 1Ure aaa a tinge ef old tbm prchl-lltl.-n bltterne in the hulf n ir del-ate preceding the final clearing away f the whol iiieetlon a to h-iw f.tr cinrrem should go In making th ic la try ' lione dry." pleading fm t larger sum thvn had brn fixed hr !lif apptpriatli'n4 ..ni r itt-e In fram-r, the -glid.-itl- icu tlve and ,i..1m l:.t t ill. Mr i4tett uve Vtunlrit that t.t cou.itry b Uwnl fr-Kii If r waa lh- (H.liiv i: c- n eres to rut lan a.p-otrlatioi a 4 n.'-Uc the ft, . enforcement k H-Va. Mr lMial uld he tm-nly pror-i a flittiiT rmr lis whl-h th Hi.Mrv .-tnrtil htd n-ijetrd Offirers NeUe HtllL a Aw.lil.4 Pen. TEMI-I.K. Tesna. Jan. Il.-Four nen and three women are in the county jail at Kelt'in tonight following a raid by county officer today carried out at tho direction of the grand Jury which Is In aeasion. A atill and a laig quantity of nuisb wer Seised. UASiiKiGTon GoennEiiT time TI!OROUG!!lUESTIGAT0:JAPA HAS OFFERED EUERY ASSISTAIiCE TOKIO, Jan. lt-WbDe official report concerning tho shooting of an officer af lb American rruUer Albany at Vladivostok atill ar lacking, a effirlal accounts, widely at variance a to tho rhrnmatanrea and etact time It orenrred, ronllnu to be received. One of these la that the officer waa passing along a street towards his ship a hen he waa shot in ft bark by a Japanese sentry, without provocation, from a distance of sli feet. Some time after the shooting occurred, according to another report, an American offbia! informed lite Japanese headquarters thai tho wounded man waa Lieu ten til W. II. juigd-n, chief engineer of tho Albany, who died after regaining hi ship. , A pre dlspatrh state dial a sentry el kid th Japanese headquarters at 4 J a'rlork on the morning of January I observed a foreigner aslng an elec tric torch. He challenged him Ihree times receiving na reply. Tho foreigner waiaea away unconcernedly and the scrly pursued him thirty yards to ask whether be was aa Amerlran or Itutnlan. The foreigner replied: "I don't know," and then, flashing the lurch wUb hia rlglrt hand, U said ta bar drawn a revolver and with hi left hand fired at the sentry, who returned (b rtr. Taa foreigner ran aff, reding. Other soldier soon roll or led and found pistol and a stream of blood. LATE NEWS Hot off tho Wiro By AMrlld Preaa. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 1S Thomas Q. MiRae this afternoon waa sworn In a governor of Arkansas, aunceedlng Charles . Hrough. Other constitutional officer also took th oath of office. By AMeristtd Prea. SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 1!. Aa nouncetnent that th Jspanes esrlu alon league of California is raising a fund of 1100.000 to carry on Ita campaign agninat Japanese settle ment n th state, was made today by John 8. Chamber. Mate con troller, through th league's head quarters her. Chamber 1 tho chair man of the executive commute of th league. Uy Associated lres. WASHINGTON. Jan. II. With the department of st-tte and labor still unsettled over the disposition of Lord Mayor O'Callahan of Cork, who arrived at Newport Neas lal week aa a stowaway without a pass port. It waa indicated today Jhat lYesident Wibxin would leave to his oablnet officers the Ironing nut of the Inter-drpartmental difficulties which have arien over the rase. By AMeetalMl Prea SAN ANTONIO. Tei, Jan. II The health departments In Vera Crui. Tamplco. Tux num. Papantla and Outierre Zamora have reported to Dr. flustsvo lUx. in charge of the federal health bureau of Mexico, that tho rltle ar ffe from bu bonic plague and yellow fever, ac cording to a diapatch received her tonight from Mexico City. Dr. lias. announced In previous statements In regard to th presence of th disease wer exaggerated. - . ' . ;1 t Br Asarill Preas. 1 I SAN ANTONIO. Tx, Jan. 11.' Oeneral Francisco Murguia. whose troops acted aa escort fur the 1st President Carramta whn ho fW, from MeiUii city and who waa re cently reported to be en route to the I'nlted State in th company of two other former (Tarrant general. Is In the neighborhood of I'a hu-a and la attempting to reach the I'nlted States, according to a press dispatch received here tonight from Mexico City. Mnmlirra of General Xlur guls's family are reported to have left the Mexican capital. B A Mori led Preat. PORT ARTHl'R, Tei, Jan. II The Italian steamer Nettuno. from Taranto. Italy, was aeited today by the collector of customs on a ch.-irg of having landed contraband liquor on a trip to this port Is at April. A S'tlt wa filed In t'nlted Ktite dis trict court for confiscation of the Nettuno. Captain Itesinl wss fined ll0 for permitting the landing of the liquor and IJ574 on a treasury ruling. The latter fine was pensltv for smuggling liquor and represented the original coat of the goods in Ta ranto. C0M.RFSH HAS f RFD FOR WAR VICTIMS Br Aaaeeisled Preas. WASHINGTON. Jan. If. Widely printed statements that congress hsd appropriated nothing for the care of sol j Bulletins dices arnpted with tulerculeta ami py Aclnted I'ress ment.il troubles were tharvrtertxed lit KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan. II John the house today by Chairman eiJ if.W. Iatv of Chicago, general western th aiprorlttlons rommlttee aa "abso. ; agent f the New York Central lines. I'l'ely nnd ib-lilerately false." Mr Good sokt the Sundry civil hilt as pawd rorred everything aekeil for In hchvlf of the soldlrra. R-1reenlatie Kivhurn. denoirrat 4 Texas, sold friends of th American le gion tiad caused to le printed charges thai ri-ngree had die nothing fi sol dlers and that charge hy representa tivea of the rwgsnimlioit aiiaanrtng be fore a hcuM committee that cwnaren Ud negtected th war woundod wer without fvandti4). ... Regret Expremed Dlilchea to both department em phaslw-d that Jspanes officials at the Russian pnri wer ahowlng every evl dene of regret over the shooting. Consul MocOowan, ported that the Japanese consul general had called upon him and expressed his "profound regret." Admiral Clleavee In his di pstrhes mid th Japanr official wer much concerned and had made requent call, offering every assis tance within their power. The state department announced It receipt of the report from Consul Mao Oowan ir the following statement: The shootlrg of Lieutensnt W. If. Langdon. an engineer officer of th American rrulser Albany, at Vladi. voatok. by a Japanese sentry In Jan uary waa rforted to th department of UI today. Th telegram which waa from American consul MacOowan, Vladivostok, repirted that the Japan ese consul general at Vladlviwtok had called on him to exprra his profound regret" Admiral flleavea In but first report, received late today gav preliminary details aa to th shooting of LWuten ant Langdon. II reported that th lieutenant waa returning 1o hi ship and was in front of Japan division headquarters, near the Anh on Peter the tireat Kiuare, when hoL 'hi dth occurring a few hour later. Report Made The admiral In a second report, said tonight: "Jaiianem officer 'reMirta as fol lows: "8entiy claiina his suspicions wer aroused by seeing a foreumer flashing a hand Inmp. that he ran across the street and called to him to halt, and that a he came near th foreigner fired ime rentver shot at him: that he fired his rifle and then the foreigner fired two more h4a and sentry fired one more shot. Sentry claims that he ran tack for the gunrd. but that the foreigner bad gone hen entry and guard returned. "lAngdon'a statement aa follows! That he waa returning to ship, using a hand lamp, and when he waa on the aldewalk on the side to the Japanese division headquarters, the entry ran across the street taking the position "charge bayonets" to the left and about six feet In front of him; that ho halted until the sentry mid "Amerlkanskl" to which he replied that h e waa. and walked on part the sentry; (that when h wa about six feet be-' yond th aentry. the sentry fired at nun. tho urn striking him In tho hark at whl.-h ho turned and fired two revolver shot The sentry then pec. mltted him to proceed to the ship.' Ungdon na In full uniform and both th rloth- and the wound a show that be waa shot In the hack, th ball passing nut at left side of cheat. "All Japanese ofTi-lils are much conrerned nnd call frequently offering every asaisunce In their power. Th result of the Investigation will be re ported to you." Lieutenant Ijingdon' homo, waa at Jamaica Plains, mwr Iloston, Mass. Making Investigation. WASHINGTON. Jan 11 Intention ef the American government to make a careful Investigation of tho fat.M shoot Ing by a Japanese sentry vesterd.ty at Vladivostok of Lieutenant W. II. lang don. rhlef engineer of the Amerlcen cruiser Albany, was evidenced In s-. ! tlon taken tonight by two department of the government. . The Htate Itonart nent upon being In I formed of the hare detail of the ehoof- ! Irg In a reprwt fnnn Consul MacOownn I st Vladivostok, directed the consul t ij forward a more complete report. The navy deiwitment received 1w rete-rta .f the ahootlng fntm Admlr-,1 All-ert (lleaeo. commander-in-chief of the Asiatic fleet, who aald that be j planned to ler.v at nHt today aboard the dtroyer Klllolt for Shanghai where he will board the cruiser New Orleans and proceed to Vladivostok to make an Investigation. Railway Official Dead fell dead in front of a hotel here to night upon hi arrival from Omaha. Heart disease Is supposed to have bra th cause. Thomas M-islersoa DraJ. r Aaserlstod Peas. WICHITA. Kana. Jan. IS. Th.mias Masteranm. 7. and Indian fighter and father of "flat" Masteraoa, a weat-m figure, died wl bla homo hep tonight. "Hal" Ma iter son Is now a sports and thmtrical writer In New TJrk.' ' BILES ARE TO GE TEXAS LEGISLATURE IIAI.imiN. OF I.I IIIMKK. W01LD HAVE A LI. STATK DEPART MENTS INVESTIGATED. Hill Introduced tarrying With It Ap propriation to Erect Apartment !loue for Members of kgb latur. 4perlsl t Tht New, Al'STIN. Trxsa, Jsn. 12. Fifty Ml wer Introilured In loth bratrhra of th 1eglglature totlay and referred to various committees for consideration In the House, a concurrent resolution wss Introduced by I lr presents live Haul win, of Lultfxk, proposing an Invert, gallon of sll Stste Department, com nilssions and bureaua of th govern ment with a view of a-ertalnlng If sny of these burrs u or roiniiilsslnn may l eliminated. The tlm for th roniUderatlon f t n-solutions expired ! fore action could be taken on th res lutlon. In both branch bill wer Intro duced extending the provision of th blue sl;y luw so ss to extend to untr crp'irut-d Joint stork association Theee bills slsn provide thst when sucl .in sawn In tlon or common law truil nt:re-inent di-slrcd to do buwiiess, it ahull ot.taln a permit fin the Stat -mrtUH-nt. The promotion fe is also iimlli-d to U per cent. Ther was also lntrolured the pul.llr utilities bill In U'th branches. Thil i the bill which was recommended by th (lovernors committee apiolnted to draft auih a meaaure. There I a -nlnority re)Mirt on th measure which Mieati that I her will ho a fight on Ike Moor of the I egislnlure w lien th intar ore comes up for consideration. In the Hons Representative Joht Davis, of Dallas. Introduced a bill pr Hislng an amendment to the Covernor'a Mirt bill o s to ronne't up Its provla lon with th Industrial relations com mission and aim providing that th (ovemisr shall not disturb local author I Itie in the rxercia of lU-e Juris Hr tlon In any one .lace. A bill waa slsi Introduced by Representative lto carrying sn spproprlelion of IMtO.OOO, tu build an apartment house for legia.a tors on the rapltol groumls. iMitn branches of the I-glsliiture to day adopted a Senate concurrent r- 4utlon provl-ilon for the spiMilntmem "f a committer- of three Hcnntors an I five Repreentstles to count the vol .list for Governor snd IJeutenanl OoV-i-rnor and srrsnge fur the tnaugura. tlon of Governor Klcvt Pat M. Neff, next Tueailay. In ord-r to facilitate the btialneea of the House, Sesker Thomas spMiinted t temp-ary committee on spirnrla lions, consisting of Representatives Ia- Stlterwhlte, of Cnrson: C. K Heardsiey, of Hopkins; C. R. Stephens, Continued 'on page 1 mil! RErRFSENT.VTIVES FROM TEXAS PAMIANDI.E tiATHKR IOK LirtllOrK MEETINti. Irertal l J fieaaa. LCPRiX-h. Texas. Jtn i:-The Pan I handle Swine l!reeb-r sasxiatlist con vention opened In LublMa-k today with fifty breelers present. Ir1d--nt IV E. Prewltt of t Uitivlew. presiding secre. tarv" Early l-cwis of Childress, In th! chnlr A. I. V srd. .-cretary of Sute j Sw ine f(i.rd r' latlon and swine I herdnmn of xtensii service, A A M College wa the principal sieaker st the fust s-seioo Thlrtv head of Duroc , .lerwy md Poland "hln bogs he ar rived on r.nsgnm-nt for the auction -i Thi'radav aftem-em at tho Sou'h I'lims Talr stoi k bvrn Col. Kd lleniff of oklahna City la the auctioneer with FVed K. lto-ner t4 thin plv-e sules manager. T"e I iiUNa k Ch.imler of Commerce will tnUr the convention a banquet tonie'ht. and The I.utdock Oourty 14v at'wk aeoixlatlon I acting h'-t to the ronventlon. J. W. Jennings, rounty agent if LuMxa k county is wa-retary of his organisation Strong dch'gMlon sr here from Hereford and Claremb-n bidding for the 1I? riiv-ntli. reprtsf-nte.! by Judge Oough and Roy It. M--ff"rd. rewcitvely The lillxak Kotaty club w-i hts o b-edec cf the convtntlon WidnesA-y noon. t'onatrurtHe expnnalon ef the pure bred swine industry ss a stalitixT tc the ssrlrultural situation snd optlmts n for th future s! the imliialrv. Is the kv note f the convention . Mr Ma-t-gen s ba-sl hank, r, add"cue-d the mn-.-entlisi utn the relation I tht Uinkers to the pur Irnl llveat-irk breetW T . Walton of the rxtensbet depart, ment of A. A M. will he the prinrtpit sneaker for TaoraataT SMaalon In the morning. 1 The- auction aal will etna , th eonvonUoa Thursday afternoon, CONSIDERED Of I IN S ON PROBING HOUSING SITUATION Jj uiv-- I y a .; . , a.., li txw&y ' ( I a1 it - a. ie-. hma... Senator William M. OhM.t, head of the r. H. senate committee tmtklng nation wide prihe of the housing and building slttmllon. The senator my that the American people must hav house to live In and th nation muat hav factories. ACTrI. IIGRI. CEREMONY I.IKFI.V !K HEM) ON EAST ItlRTICtl CtPITOU aa Aasnelatfd Tnaa. MAHMN. Ohio, Jan. 1 1 Upsetting for the second tl.iie pinna for bla In auguration. Pronijent Elect HaMIng S!irested to offM.il In cherg" of sr rnea;etiiefits nt Whlngton tndir that thr h'i't gne further than neeeMarv onrd slii'illclty by deciding to hold the ceremony In the Scnste rhamhe.'. Mwrvnne .f the ua.inl custom of tal.lng the onth on th eaat Mirtlco it the i "pit-. I building. Mr. Ifnrdlng tele grephed to Washington, would Se quit rr-eat.e t him snd wotibl iermlt a much greater nunilM-r of spectators m I present. If no money was siient In the re. lion of terlal stands, he sail ther could tie no otije lions from tho vewMilr.t of immiy. In his previous telegram asking foe a simple eeteinony, the Prealdent-Klect ha I eiiKgestcd that the oiith le admin llerel within the rapltol or nn th east porll-. The congressional com mlttee decision to adopt the form T course, however, resulted in vigorous protest from ronny who hsd arrange I to go t.i Waahlnsrton for the event ard Mr. Ifirding said bsy that h mn sldered a popular desire to hear the lit. augural address "natural and becon. Ing." Rf Anelaied Press. WASHINGTON. Jn. !J C-cnioitle lm d- fit t' the inittguratlon of Presi dent Cleft Harding nuiy not quite re turn t- the aiini lldtv of Jeffetwn and Jnks.n. even though the historic r sde snd bill be atsmdoned aa now aeema aiirel S-ntf-r Knog f Pennsylvania, i hair man f th 1 Int c.ingreaj1onfil Inaugur al cooiniliti-e Pliy r.-.'-tv.al fr.sn Mr. Hirding a tiU-irr nu supir'itlng thnt the actual ritiieiml ceremony lie held on the iwst irtl--i of th -altol. where mTtvin prtsblents fis- years b.v. Continiml n mbc S ABDANGEHIfTSFOR IMUGUBAT1I ABE BEING COMPLETED AMARILLO'S PROGRAM, 1921 Thii it only T-'ltrr (Vunty I'oa-ls ,$i,oi.oreu (1i-.rvini 4tx.ooaoo New 1M Am.iri'l. 4'.ooo.fx; Masonic Ttnjlc (X),oi.to Cu'vity Ht-tnta! 250.ooo.on A. T. Jt S F. Ky. I'nprovct'irM? 3m.pco.(io 1. . & P. ('. Iiiirtivcrtfnt 2arx.oo t'ity I'avitip iritx's part) l5o,ouaoo C ity I'avinjj 1 j'ti1!i:' part ! 300,000.00 '1 In- Fair Theater 100.000.00 Sewer l"tctiit.n fx),ooo.ou l ire Alarm SyMr-m 30.000.O1 Incenrratur 18.OOO.QO To: a I Tlii'-s will nriliTcn ti when wc k t nur new vhite way t r.iscj ji .1 the 4'jwvi imirvrtiient atartnt. There are good , tiiti. n-i.l FIUAL PEAKS INAUGURATION ABE AGAIN DISCUSSED VERY TIMELY ADDRESS ON Bl'SI NF.SS CONDITIONS DEUV. ERKI) DY W. II. Fl'Ql'A. Ml IMS PRESENT Secretary-Manager Frank R. Jamlaoa of Panhaadle-Tlalna Chamber of Commerce Acted aa Taaatmaster. Never won a finer fraternal -con pern, tlv spirit shown than that eldenced In tha Joint meeting and luncheon at the Amarltlo hotel Wednesday noon by tha Itotnry. Lion and Klwanls dubs, with aproxlmiitrly two hundred In attand nce. With Frank R. Jamison, manager of tho Panhandle-Plalna Cumber of Craw merer, presiding aa tmstmatr, t' al low Ing la an outline of th program! Invorstlore Dr. Henry I. Ilrooka. Atitnmstlo Doll Call (Each men be r shall arise, give his name, club and rlnalfc'lon. Greeting and FellciUtlona Kiwanla, Jamea O. Guleke; Lions. O. Q. Ordwayl Rotary. Horace M. Russell. ' Music Rotary Musle Commltta. Singing KenUr Assembly. Address 'Th Dawn of a New Day In Ruslnesa" W. If. ruqua. Discussion "Haa Amarllln a Wat of Pmlilem to Sidver Ouy W. Fatler. Discussion "Som Practical Surge, tlon Toward a Solution of Our Water prthlem" H. II. Jonea. Discussion 'Th Watr Problem A I Se If C. B. Ogg. Water Supar. iai Santa F. "America" Entlr Assembly. Seldom haa an Amarlllo gathering hoard mora Inspiring musle than that rendered by the orcheotra.- and Mrs. Krug's solo wss tha basis of gcoral favorsble comment. On Uhalf of th -antir gathering Mr. Johnson expressed appreciation of th luncheon and th gradoua Mrrlca tinder tha direction of Rotartan Dap nail. In hut address, "Th Dawn of a New Pmy In Ruainess," Mr. Fuqua asld. la part: "From childhood w have heard tha beotitude, 'itlewd ar th poor In ' spirit. and of qnttrae w appreciata the hie, but condition hare brought ti to the point wher we need anothr beatltuile: 'Pleased ar th cheerful who can aeo th aunshln through th rain, snd the rift In th cloud, for they shall be a tonic to all creation' "It Is easy to be gay when on la In the limelight and everything hi go ing well; It I no troubl to float with the driftwood, but a man must be above the rlass of tho weakling or tha f:ilnt hearted to he cheerful Under ad versity, and to stand up and take tha guff when It taxea real man hod to dd so Only li v one go up stream agnlnst tha current. Must Apply Drake, "A year ago we wer traveling at a terrific pace tha brake had not ... been applied In thta country at Urge, and certainly not la thia particular see -Uon until a number of month there. . after. In the New England tales a , keen ear. st tuned to th tendende of . the time. hriened hy a sense ot reason, might have heard faint sound pf friction., Indicating that th brake were Wing set and that th slowing process w aa brglnlng. It stems t.l tic strstign that we of this favored section who could both see and hmr did nt earlier give heed to th warning sound. W ere all guilty In thl re lert sortie of us more than othera. We should have known that we could not continue the pace at which w were traveling without smashing Into an obstruction becoming the victim of a terrible trash. "It Is not my purpooa to explain away the rlouds that finally brought Continued on paga two! a partial Lut .$3.4o8,oixxou i "'" a . n. FOB ;-.-t e .: e. t; rf. it 0 0 7t 7T ill jh 1 "