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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1921
FACE FOUR AMARILLO DAILY NEWS 3. B. NUNN PuUlahar J. L. NL'NN Onrral Mgr. PHONES Editorial Xfepartmant 7' BuftMM Otrir lit ni wi rirth strt Only Morning Kwiir In th Amartlle country CVrtca tha Panhandle f Tnaa, Eaatrrn Nw kWilco. Houth era Colorado and WmIhh Oklahoma from !! to twanty-four boura in advanra of Denver, Dallaa. Fort Worth. Oklahoma City and other lwf carrying tal ftaptto dlapatchta, atar4 aa enflflaa tnatttr at lb poatofflra at AurlUo. Tout, under th Art cf March I. 117. BX'BflCRIPTION RATES BT MAIL IN ADVANCB la Ttiaa, Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mralco. t Month I .70 I Month lilt Month I oo I 'laar V.to PUvr4 by carrWr In Amarillo aama aa abova ELMffHERB I Month .7) S Mentha H Z'. Montha 14 j; 1 Ttar l 40 Q MEMBER Or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tha Aaaorlat4 Praaa la airluaiwl ntltl.-d to tb UN for republication of all na dlrpatrtita rrHittd to In or sot t)thrwtaa credit) In thla paper and aJao otbar local ftct publlahad herein. All rlchta of publication of ipaclal dlapatchaa lewlo art ataa reserved. Baartal Aaaociated Preaa Leaaed Wtra Servloa. "j WILL CITY HAVE Y. M. C A? Deep in the heart of all men anj women i the universal desire to perpetuate their money, to enlarge their places in the public eMeetn ,to leave an enduring monument. Thii deitre has been evidenced in innumerable ways, since the advent of man, and still the suc cess attending such efforts is relative. At this time immense sums are leing invested in mauso leums, monuments, tablets and other devices and equipment to grace the cemeteries, silent cities of the dead, so that the memories of former citizens inay not "pass from the earth." None, and least of all The News, would seek to discredit this ambition for the perpetuation of the memories of lives spent among their fel lowsmemories of those "gone on before," but we would call attention to the fact that "monument of lore in the hearts of the people," evidences of Vtikh may reach those erecting such "structures" While they remain on earth, will gTeatly tend to (glorify this earthly existence and incidentally .lighten the burdens thereof, i Philanthropy is a beautiful thing, but its great est beauty is caused to blossom forth when it is evidenced in connection with benefactions for fel ilow mortals. Andrew Carnegie will live through his system of libraries, other related philanthrop ies long after his fame as a steel magnate shall have; faded. His contributions to the welfare of the living, to the general educational advancement jol the young, must bear fruits through the com ing centuries. i Amarillo has many men and women whose .hearts are soft .whose souls are stirred in the in terest of the common good, w hose desires are cen tered in the accomplishment of greatest good for the greatest number.' To the attention of this char acter of citizens, whether they be wealthy, in comfortable circumstances," or whether identi fied with the common, or even the "poorer" ele ments of society, The News would bring the prop osition for a Y, M. C A. for Amarillo. ' This institution has proven its worth in connec tion with the lives of. the boys in every commun ity where it has gained a foothold. It has en nobled their spirits perhaps through developing ' their physical bodies, equally as much as through its special spiritual program. Amarillo admitted ly has a "boy problem." Parents are having their hearts torn through their inability to cope with . needs of their boys for directional influence. All vsnch are appealing to the neighbor and friend for help in time of trouble. Unquestionably, a Y. M. , C A. operated as they always are. in the interest - of the general go,, wj! be a benefaction whose , influences must be reflected not onlv in Amarillo . but throughout the Plains Country'of Texas. In the interest of the whole community-the entire section, let us invest in the Y. M. C. A. as a monument enduring and imperishable, in the hearts of a grateful people, now and through ,he years to cornel . OTHERS NOTICE WATER SHORTACE At a meeting Friday night in the city hall the organized realtors of Amarillo took formal cog ; nuance of the fact that this city has a decidedly ; limiting factor in the form of a water shortage n i:cwig wun tins recognition, resolutions were endorsed, recommending to the City Commission . the setting aside of an appropriation for adequate preliminary surveys by competent engineers, of the sources of water supply in elite proximity to the city limits. This action indicates that the water situa tion and shortage is attracting ever more and more attention, and it now seems probable that the Commission will soon have evidence of a uni form concern in this proposition. None who have given thought to 'he subject can deny for an in tant. the fr ' nat Amarillo is face to face with a most aeriou. and perplexing water problem! It ' .u r- T.r " " rate asked for by lively short time, basing the estimate on past t x-1 experience, another extension and another in crease in rates needn must full' 'W. With an increasing rate for water, as tlic . . ... i price for temporary development ol minor in- j creases in supply, the prvini-e for ultimate relief i is not rncuraging. Without attempting to say I . . .1 . i -i if . . I wnetiier it not tnc my i-'K" aier company should be granted its requested increase in rates, it scents absolutely certain that relief through such advance, would Le but temporary. 'Ibis would be simply shoving the "fatal day" of hurt ful limitation a little farther ahead, and that :t frightful cost, ami standing invitation of a vis itation by disaster, in numerous ways. No, the people of Amarillo realize, and that too with t lie most kindly feeling for the City Light V Water company's interests, that at some turn in the road, a little way ahead there will come a crash hurt fit! if not fatal, and it i to avoid this, that the remedy in the form of ;nli it.ite supply, U being uggeted. People get about what they pay for, nid th should be the basis in considering a s.me expan sion of the water system and increase oi the -up ply, for Amatillo. - O m Musical writers, theatrical manager and numer ous others giving uuir itme over i jnn mim i n- tertainment ami amusement for the public de. lire that the "jazz" i gone. Well, this may be. and yet there's a kind of a ja?y jingle in the atmos phere even to this g...,d time, and it may be that the entire extinction of the "intoxicating, dis tracting, wiggle-provoking, blood tingling, joy inoculating" style of conqKisition will require sev eral more months of high-grade reform work among producers of the "pure" in music. o For vears the Santa Fe system realizing the worth of the proper morale among employes, has provided high-grade entertainment at intervals primarily for its force, and incidentally for the public, without cost to the people served. Among the very best talent in the United States is se cured for these attractions, and the machinery behind this entertainment feature is doing an ex traordinarily good work. This is another instance of the great Santa Fe system making itself felt for the general good, inclusive of its own large list of men and women, here and elsewhere. o Of course President Wilson will be greatly de pressed when he reads the little newspapers from this section of the country, and finds that they are out of line with some of his recent actions, poor, old fellow,, hell probably be able to stand this vlded sorrow, as he's been through a great deal of trouble during the past two years I o Fditor Haskett of the Giildress Index advises the business men of Childress to buy a few good sows and thus help the farmers on the road of real success. Giildress has established the repu tation of being the pure bred hog center of all this scctiun, and the advice offered by the newspaper ditor i dependable and constructive. 0 Fditor Warwich of the Randall County News prints a story calling attention to the fact that he "advance agents for the ioji fly crop" are al ready making their initial rounds, and with wis lom suggests that to projerly handle these "out avvs," is greatly to curtail ,thr yield, a little later n the season. , o - Rejorts from every section of the Plains Country arc to the effect that wheat is respond ing most satisfactorily to the ample moisture sup Iy. Livestock are maintaining full flesh and the jutlook for many ginxl things from the farmers' vicvvjMjint, could scarcely be better. o A little closer acquaintance' between parent and teachers in the public schools will U found profitable. As strange as it may seem to some, the school teacher, is a real, human being, with decidedly g'd ideas and ability in many lines. Investigate for yourself, ami be convitned. . o Gradually, all of the ccmnties in the Plains Country of Texas are getting in line for the county lgcnt work. This is a sign of advancement that cannot be denied. Let the good work go on until every coiiuty sbill have been supplied with the best jHjssjble man. , .I, ft It is probable that a higher percentage of resi lents of the Plains Country of Texas are proud f the fact they live where they do, than may be found in any other section of the I'nited Stntes. for this there's a reason " Canyon wants a s:.! pavilion following the epTtioii of one -in Hereford. These establish m nts arr worth riore than they cost, and the live, enterprising counties, of the Plains Country arc to be congratulated on the determination to equip themselves to meet the demands of their people. o If Amarilio fails to stand for the best interest of Amarillo. then they'll not I "stood for," at all. This iity must expend liberally, wisely and well. jto keep her place as leader of all this section of the southwest. o Don't forge that this is Sunday, and all of the Jehuril.es have invited you to be present and bhare THREADS C :V HAY It. M'iii:KI.i: Tl I' 11. M luia Ix'ti Ii.iWmk li lot i I i ' ulili 'liUurik i ii ilm ii li) In II I! IIHUKll In (III hi ijiv lno llllllll f I u.iiia kI t ii i.r u Kin II limn cull ll l, l ilt I' I' Ullllll lllklH M O .! 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ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS Rooms 1 and 2 Fair Bldg. -Office Phone 1463 Residence Phone 1664 Protection That Is Unexcelled PRINTING- The ailvrriNiiur pvcf; uf our tip-to-datc lrintin is enormous TELEPHONE" 186 mil II I O IllllV nn II M llV llllllll ll Ili'lllliU " III! k" ' fl ll llllll " 111 West Tlh Street rttit thi unni'iililstlriitiil I in r. with all bin "lilt" In lint miiv wniw limn mi-iii br i.f th- nilvi i tlHinii fnni-. im f.ir it w nn- i iHic riii-l. Ai tu.illy thi I-I-hm-ii arc an t.ixi- t hut urn- wn'itit think thi-y hint "hiKik wnriu." Thiy will pli"li' iii . r tu Hi'iitr Mti n- mnl - ln ll n "ml" iitirt Imniilirf' tn "Bi t It Up" fur th nion Initit Tin' ih nh-r iiCTi' m In tin .. in .ni'l tin n lln-y ri ini' i. n tinj want til-' ulili'llal fi'f.i- tn Willi' It f'T th-iii. 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Wlii-n thf iin nitH-rn ', Mlllli'l tluit thi y wnulil llrllT hava i lH 'fi iii'li- tu rmrh mi aainii'nt thi-y iiiljimtni-il Th wuhlnaton "trio' MnliM have ilmie otherwiiie. ,j n:i ill Ni viiter will i-vi-ntuully chimM twn kihh nu n to m l a ciiiiiiiilnnlnni'r. I'umtii'MN rntiilitlnn me Imprniltia iity il.iv, mnl hullrntlnn lire that 1 ". -1 will In- one n( the Ix-M yenr In th hlMtni y i f the i Ity. I'ii,i lire piiMHlng !) "uilniiilty IiiiwIiik," "ini'inlK-r of the nni 11 rluli" nml "hnUhevlkl." Thi-r Is tin Kiiim- fur ul.irm. ami the d-llnW Who m M-ailnif Inn; fine ilm- Wllhnllt fill!, 1.4-t' fnrifi t mir trnulile ami irf tn innke "li.iiiiiiiirrini" a hriichter day Tractor School FEB. 14, 15, & 16 Classes will be held both morning and afternoon on all three days. Competent instructors will be in charge and will explain in detail the principle of construction and the proper methods that should be used in caring for it. , Everyone interested, whether a trac tor owner or not, is cordially invited to attend free of charge KibbeTractor&ImpIement Company DISTRIBUTORS 304 East Fourth St. Amarillo, Texas 1 w w v nri qua: First Consideration in TY 11 I . II mm I i r agtBI . r MOTOR GARS Quality rather than quantity of material ia the reaaon for Chevrolet efficiency. Where weight has formerly been considered essential to comfort and endurance, Chevrolet has substituted sheer strength. Balance has been secured by an even distribution of right weight. Riding and driving ease has been added by ade quate spring suspension. ( Each body and chassis has been nicely proportioned to the ' power of the valve-in-head motor famous for developing the utmost power from fuel Chevrolet knows no waste effort its Capacity knows no strain. Long life is assured to all vital parts and to tires. In addition to the saving in first edit,- there is the certain economy of operation. , Mechanically and economically, Chevrolet appeals to sound reason. In addition, there are numberless details of appearance and equipment that will appeal to your taste. In i 7. a motor was sought which would develop the utmost power from the least gasolines whose construction would resist wear, and whose simplicity of design would require the least care. When this had been accomplished, the rest of the car was built to fit the motor. The result is a car whose power is perfectly proportioned to capacity, whose performance is absolutely dependable, and whose upkeep cost is as low as it can possibly be. Ask any owner about the hill-clitnbinf ability and endur ance of his Chevrolet about jts economy. For Dependable, Economical Transportation Chevrolet Cars Are Without an Equal ...ll.4M.SS 1 1 Sss.s .... M?sa .... 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