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4MAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS. . TUE5DAY MORNING, RV" 22, nil (I (A MiARttLQ DAILY NEWS J. 8. KUNN ...T. '. Putllhr J.'L. NCNN ; ..Ornrl Mgr 4SM, i. til PHONES CfltorW Departmimt "l ftualnt OftKt Itt v ' Jit Yt Fifth Btrot " Only . Morning Wwipapw In th Amarltlo country Ctwrtr th Panhandl wf Tim, Eatrn New Mealco, South mm Colorado and Wratcrn Oklahoma from" twclv m fwints-four hour in advance of lXnvr, TtalUa, Fort Wont), OkUihcm City and other iTf oarrylnc tl Ctmphle 41iUn, "" CnttrM aeeend rt mattvr (" th poatoRk- at Amartllo. Twui. Wider th Art of MarrH I. 1ST. - aMBaiaaawBaMaawBBaaMaBBBB " puDncmiTio.v rates ' BT MAIL IS ADVANC8 ta Tttaa, Oklahoma, Colorado and Now SUilcn. 1 Month .70 I Month fJtrt I Month 4 oo I Tar' M0 DvUvtrtd by carrWr In Am rill mm aa abo KLHKWKEIIK I Month ; .:i I Month! j a Month 14.1 40 MCMDn OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Th Atmlx tod Pro la iclu:vly ntltlod to th Uo for mwMlcaUna of all now dlnt-he crrd.'tod to In or ot other! erditod In thl pir and alio ether local Mtra uuUahd brln. """"An rtihta of publication of tprcUl Opatch brln ar ahra rcrrtd. fpecial AMotlatod TrrM Laod Wlr rVrvtc. THE FATHER Of HIS COUNTRY" Kilitori.il writer all over tlic country have racked their brain in an cflurt to nay sonic tiling fresh, interesting and entertaining about ('icurco Washington, "father of hi country," IcailiT of tlic deathlcs Revolutionary forces t!"1 first president of tlie 1'iiitcd States. The spirit j prompting this effort, is cinmeiij.ililf, anl re-' fleet true gratitude ami lojalty to the imtnury of the imiimrtal Washing! n. It was given to the u)Kinj).r.illo Washington' to live in an age of history making, anl it was the j good fortune of America that she was given a Washington t i make hrr history-to lead in an-' choring her freedom, her inleenilence, her estah- ( lishmrnt in world leadership. I While it i true that nnnh has heen written in j eulogistic vein- that the records have U-eu thor- j uglily searched for original, for unpublished fact. I characteristic, or sentiment, or peculiarity, all l.iml.itioii jjiven (icorge Washington, is warranted in fact. A great outstanding figure, during5 a great ciitstanding period truly the "father of'his country." f-r basing moulded certain determining factor into machinery for the perpetuation of the nation, the general weal of her people. In glorifying the memory of (icorge Washing ton, it must he reiuemhered that during hi tenure in the white house a president of the I'nitcd States, his pathway wa not always trcwn with flower. Neither were all reference made t him l.y lii fellow uyrer in government, in congress, alway complimentary. Time ha heen required to sol'w n the hard lines .to erase the attack ni.i'le on the fearlr leader f the armies of American Liberty. Iy those who lived during hi. own da. In thus having met and overcome the hhaft of ac cusation, of having weathered without loss the torm of t' sition, (.ieorge Washington quali fied a a mortal, and proved himself to he entitled to the place now accorded hi memory in the hearts of a grateful people. America of today j the vision of (leorge Wash ington fctahilicd. Not that he had dreamed it in detail, hut looking ahead, he saw it in reLtioti tu the other nation of the world enthroned it as a leader of the mighty, a succor to the le.s strong. We love and honor hi. memory on this, another anniversary of his birth. If Washing ten Were Here Today IlECl IEIIIS i s t PLAINVIEW AGAINST IT TOO. riainview has recently heen successful in land ing a great annual convention, and it is now face to face with necessity of furnishing some place to house the gathering. I'lainview is ambitious, as every enterprising city .should he, to have some of the great gathering of the state, hut it cannot adequately handle them, without making some preparation for housing. Housing costs money, and the question resolves itself into this one, in escapable question: Will the community pay the cost, of such housing? Following is an interesting and timely editor ial puMished in a recent issued of the I'lainview uveninjj Herald, apropos ot tlic oncoming con vention in that city: Seventeen good level headed citizens of Tlain- vicw convinced two thousand delegates to the West Texas Chamber of Commerce convention in Ranger last week that I'lainview was the logical place for the u2J meeting of the convention. Theii pep" and enthusiasm won. "What will we do with the convention? "Where will v.e house it? "I'lainview can care for them as far as billct- ng is concerned for they will use their own Tull AMARI LLO IS CLAD TO SEE YOU. Today is the beginning of a three days annual convention of the Luycr and Sellers Association ind Automobile and Style Show, and the promise for a great attendance is good. Amirillo welcomes all comers whether they are .4rawn by the Automobile and Style Show or the annual convention of the liuyers and Sellers As sociation. They are guests of the City, and there is gladness that they are to be here today, Wed nesday and Thursday. Amarillo is always happy to sec her friends from the outside, and this glad occasion was plan ned lor the purpose of assembling these from far and near. It's a "chow worth the money" and despite the fact that every inch of available space must be used in the elegant Coopcr-Irvin build ing, so unselfishly tendered by its owners, it is complete and the beauty of it must be seen to be appreciated. Led by the Amarillo- Panhandle Automotive As sociation, the merchants of Amarillo have re sponded wholeheartedly in blending with" the Buyers and l!crs Association to make this an nual meeting me long to be remembered. There was a superabundance of good cheer throughout the preparations for this attraction. This became infectious and spread from one circle to another until the entire people was included. Many communities expressed their determina tion to be present with liberal numbers of repre sentatives during this great event, and prepara tions have been made for their reception and en tertainment. Amarillo automobile and accessory dealers, together with the merchants, the cattle men and the friends of all these, resilient in Am arillo, are ready and w illing to lend a hand in you! entertainment. This three days' program is expected to predi cate a much larger and a more inclusive show next year, aud thence forward from year to year for the general good. People from everywhere: Amarillo gladly, joy ously welcomes you ! OTHERS ARE DOING IT. As announced sometime ago. The News i un reservedly behind the Panhandle-Thins Chamber of Commerce, and is interested in each and every movement launched with the determination to make the work of that organization more secure In the light of this fact, pleasure is taken in an nouncing that numerous counties over the Texas Plains Country arc getting behind the great or ganization with financial as well as moral support In endorsing the Panhandle-Plains Oiamhcr of Commerce. The News assumed no responsibility for, or part in any controversies as to the legiti mate rights of the various regional organizations. It does say, however, that the Panhandle-Plains Chamber of Commerce, with its comparatively re stricted field of operations, including less than fifty counties in this section of the state, is better capacitated to meet the requirements of the peo ple served, than is any other regional organization. The people of the Texas Plains Country have a common interest, their Iiojk-s. deircs. ambitions, as well as their financial ossi1iilitics find a com mon center in and through this country with its oneness of climate, soil and class of inhabitants. This is the people Wing served by the Panhandle-1 iU ,,r a;"! thf conventions will be properly Plains Chamber of Commerce, and it is doubtless l housed in thi city, even if the time for starting true that the organization has already bren worth .erection ot the building has not Wen designated, millions of. duUars. as against a verv few ilvus- -0 andsofcost. I he Kai rr is out with an interview as why the Counties are investing from the public funds, in'iatue of th war, and the reason iermany lost the the support of this' organization, just as ihryiv.ar. 'Ihe old ley i. talking of ancient hist..ry. should, and in this way the field of the ChamWr . P.very an i'i!ivi'!nal in the world knows the will be .more thoroughly and more satisfactorily cause of ti e war i.rrman militarism and the worked. If the work of this country, jecu!iar to Kaiser's egoti-m. And the reason the (Jirmans j a ChamWr of Commerce, may be performed by some outside acencv. certain it is that the Pan- ollHW s . -, s AVOID f8T2e,T' V crossing -rut- rv ?:;r,t.r Pi rirpMs " DlCTATMC, HIS ?ARtwei.U STi - " AREtt i:i.i:-rn., tx. i .k :i.-iwr nnr N-'ff l ixM tol l U' 1" o''lH '"' ..ti Mm h nth I" liiUi- pul l In Hi" hi . iliB ff S ninnliil to Ih iI'I I'V H'" I'l liit.'H. Till iinniiiiiir'iii.'iil iii iI' i.v Hid W. Hiullh. Ml... I.m Jt:r-( i "i.. , 1 ft til u vlKil with UK' i:'iV iii"r m All"llll, . I I'him fir III- iiiHl r.diHlnr f t-. 1. 1 n.il Im.rtli'; vr lul.l In 'I ' 1 '" nr" IIh Iiik hI;iijiiI iiimI u nmnlr t ! IvlKli.-rn. Im lmlliiif Jir.iml riiMiin ll t . MwliiKim. i. rami K i r if ll's-noln am) riiU, llniy JItlli r nii'l . Hh ih hi 1 . i" 1 1 il. Th" .r.n Mniilo Oiiin fi"" l'"'t oith will rni'f. r Hi- i'i ' ' "' ""' i ilu li'iim. im r u luimlo 'l I" ti'iinl r, Will KMI'I till Illlll'.' lny hi 1.1" ii '. In.tim fnr Ilif . nl.iliilniii' nl if Hi" vl. jll.m Imlllili' n lilii ! ! Mn.. n Nn. 1 jilio flint Vriilui lnif .11 wi l I v. r 1! k v. i . n it In nurih Ti xim. j Tin' iii.iMihi'i'Klili .oMiinllli hi Irouly Hiruii'il muni t lilnif HI:'1 hmmiIv Iflvi' ni.lir:itlonM ninl f'lH f. .mj1 ih'iv.' Inn nuiiln fir Iiiii:mm nv-r t j tiutiilroft tyro. Wl. Iilla F.iH". V. rti m, Ii.aii 1'iiik. Aiii!iilUi liml tvny 'I'hT 1 oil low will Ih rrpn -i.l nt Mils iinio .lint sniil tin- town lll In- ilinwn t n Mo tlji' inllvlllin cf tlio Kniehm f j I i1iIiiii mid Dt.klf .m th it l iy. umiI liivolv.i. tlio iii'lliiilli'ii "f Hi" tiilT j.l' rut.' III tin' Hiiulliw.it t. ri 'lorl' Thin I'liuiilw tn l" in' 1 f th.' KO'ii' t imu.' In fntKht r;it.r iiliUuk In !Ti'a nml will frut-iMy bu to kiihi il iiifiliilrnt iMfiil.i tli' . i iiuiImiIiiII nt WiinhliiKtrn Ufniv thu flul 'f tl' "' e. Mr. I'.ilmiT will leiu.'i" nt tin- Iniff'f il"lwirtiiiiiiit of tho lum of C'ltv h-v. I oimioiit In I'uiilitkii'lli' l'liiliiH !iniii1 r of t'onilliclri'. HfVliil .liloT IU'MIiIm r i.f tho liuinl II IV lllwi i,t'-l In Mil l it tlio li.-ai'liiK. I Panhandle Press i;n.itnr Ni-if If it in.ihitiL- a to-' itiI lur hi in-Hit in- vi.nn rn lov i fori.'innt ut'il In tt'?t In1 .li rt tho mii'i'ot t .if nit ir d .itlzi ii. With out rlcl.l nii'l (i Hi i il nf.m-'n.i tit b( the law thfre wmiM In nn nafty I'T llfi". pri'i'rty. nnr rnrr.an Meht. ami wr hnulil (n't ili-u- ii. r.ili' Int" lur-liail-in. whiTr tlio Ktr tic In allowed to 'intttnt.' is'ir thr i';ik. ( lux irnm Ni'lf will il"tiltli" i i . V Mini' iu. t . i k M .luilritf IiIn fu st 1. 1 in. Lilt it lit iintiv. n l'H.'r li li .iiif :iml aln.iv nhi w a (nil irirrnl for tin k n r-il t!" ! . I H ity th V'l- nhouM t hi I fst'iii- I) Ullliul llllll.-Cllillh I 'out. u !" "I var Iiim "l.tf-ttli'im h ive .Iw.-l- l.'. till- lot t'lllt "ll..F.- 111.. ill- WUHll'" an.t that pi'-iif if thf iiiftln N l-y wliiih tin- rmu't" mil' ml.lixnl ran I'f cou th Mil i nly l y tin- (.nl that thoy tc.it - 'iiiIkI I.I II l.ul. ? tl.'ll f. Illllf WOUliI ti . lui .Hit il'-ant. r ti' thi" WnllJ. U. I.it.l r.tll.4 Tim. i f il- foiiinl.illoli, tlio Ittdr I'lini Ih to l uii.l thf I'anlmmll.' fimt. A tin' r.u:i !l (,-luMB till' ljMI Still KI"V with it. W i'ik I' t'tli. r in t'l iiii; the A. & M. to Hi.' I'aiilmullr. iH n't iniitf a in. nl mi.iiiil.li' f' r thf m hi i. 'I il t.-ar tain i Un I H hair out whll.- nif town In the li'Wr i i'iiiiliy raloily walk off titli the 'ilf. .'.iiiii'll.in Kin Til Tin r- l no .ii.'Ftlon li.'.t th it thf hli)'lnp iMutr.t'M nff urn m i .utr.txa raiitly ot'ruttil. Th'if win- imihih.iii nir.ni lit. rttl t if, protml.ls- noiiif Kiufl ind .-.-rtalnly nuim rnim lll'mlv l l ixniliturm hv tho Ixuiiil. Cut thai It iTft thr rt-itultp for whli h It ii Inttiul- J I li'llli'!lMI.(t.sl liV till- WOlll hroUKlll Link fnun n.rM-nn ! fonrrr t'liulf nun lliiihy. wl;.i niit that hmh t'io 1t- nnil thf rni iii wnv nntniinJ' ! hy tho rilill'.y with whlih tho An.tu i nr. I u.lt h! i hup put ui n thf fin. In th.- huitf .ffi rt f 'l.riiluliitf thf At lantli ." Thf jmriio' f tlu- ImjuoI wan to fumii-h the f l.l . The work wan done umhr mrvf of war. uiitlcr t tint rin'y i niilth n. with th. I'-hout thifutfnliiK to win thf w: r hy uttln .'If nlhtsd nntl Am. rlrnn upili'. "BV l. llV.-rrit tin- i l : t'i lt what Wtf w.it' mii'tx -J to il"," I u full nimw. r to t,h . hiirKi nualtiHt tb t .. : i . 1 . vv u Sweet Milk Sweet Cream Guaranteed I'mnrt A. A M. At ( nnyoii. X" u that the V. t T.Aa A U M. r ! hokliiir iiji iH'iiln It H f i-lili'iiul ! 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Htati- X. rmal 1 j n al.l Ik ni'olf Into n Junior i .'ll.-i:.'. j ' nii'l thlt uul:l If thf l'Ui!rt linn I thf I Hiilwinille .iiilit rvn ilnnin o(. thi With ilue n vt to Ain u lllo' k i Tl'.-r i nlnv a tfiiite nry fur n.rh if n iltnln llrt it town In thf Tan hmu!li. to "hi'ir" i'V.iythl"tf In ulifht f'-r tin If Inillvliliial growth nt th is 1: if tl.t- r st f thl f.tioii, Jn I if ' l omiMK" n ipitaln town for ll.t' sake i f miiMnir H Uli k tunfit it tirl PALMER TO ATTEND RATE CASE HEARING ll.milln I'alnnr. truffh' timiiuRfr of the Itoaril of I'lty In-M l.'iMin nl. will Ifiitf ti.At w.t'lj for Ht. I.oum. whfio ho will Httfint ii In-iit ltiK it thf liit.iKtatf tN'nim.'rif i '.111111111.1011. Thf h.iiilnu will hrlil lit tho .1. ff. rnl llot. l In Ht. l.oitls Thurrday, M urh 3. It Ih lHtor.il on th.' liitfiHtutv 1'oinmcrc.' Ctiimiil!. n il.x l t mm ruse Xn. K9( always was better than hindsight. Those who take SCOTT'S EMULSION regularly exercise foresight that pays large dividends in robustness. Sn Bow. DUonfl.U. N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF KBIOSSJ! (Tablets r CunuUt) for INDIGESTION uM)i. it:t o 01. ELITE CONFECTIONERY rhmic fli i r.-iu st. Blackburn & Malone Kurrsni of C. M. I'M llMJtAI. IllRl.tTOUS AMI F.MfWt.MKKS Prompt Aubulantc Servlr rhon :i ;o9 fniu to Whip From rurrbivil 4ore Tubrrrular test! hy liosornmrnt nf- man lerths at nipitt and we can feed them. Put fletal. Our lt t rcsm Immfmaile from ..1.. . - ; .1 .. :.u i,..,..,.,.l ... i"' ni.ai n k.iv 1111 1 mi); a nun ttstf iii"uiaiii i.."it jersons in attendance? "There is no building suitable. "That Plainvicw needs a large auditorium, a community house, probably as badly as any single thing is the opinion of The Herald. Plainvicw is il.lc to build it. She needs it continuously. There is no place now for the people of Plainvicw and the snurrounding territory to assemble unless on the streets or on some open section. A good audi torium would nt be a profit-making enterprise in dollars and cents, but it would return large div idends the development of a united and contented citizenship. It would be a constant source of pleasure and pride to I'lainview. Such a building would soon become a community center. 'I'lainview canm.t do a bcter thing in 19JI than to concentrate her efforts on the construction of an auditorium that will seat 2,000 or more people." Amarillo, while. having voted a lond issue fur convention housing facilities adequate to meet ev ery need of tbii city and surrounding country, has so far. not gotten into the active work incident to uch Constructions, and the whole Plains Coun try of Texas, Eastern N'ew Mexico and Western Oklahoma, t "gethcr with points more remote, arc looking to this city with expectancy. The convention hall, coliseum, or other structure "Always Good Eats" THE TEA ROOM 103 East Fifth Street W. R. KAUFMAN Architect AM Att ft .1.0, TEXAS I'lione I on WATCH YOUR STEP It will i iisl vnu mi iimrr In srt 11 mod nlnno than II dur In crl I ho rontiinm kind: Tho host iiIuium. ro lino niatlo by TIIK I! l IH IN to., th.ro Is n.i dniihl of I his. Jut wo Ihil the "IPI UM t)t l ITY" NKAI. Is Inshlo )imr iUihi. IIm-ii sou ro Mifo. Ours Is llio only. I'lator I'liinn Ihul rsor (ot a I.KtMl VM.K. Tonus We ;Uo )i"i tl tin mils' to iwiy il out. lour old iiHtm or I'linniicrjnh t:ilt.-n In 1 -iliunce. II .r In Aniarlll.i, and will he hrro If u mill us. 1li.il 1011 nt for Konit-tlilnc. for you know "Thry rnine and they in, hut WKIt.MT Mr un 1u-xtr." Wright P iano Co. 106 East 7th St Fhonc 8S6 JOIN THE MOOSE. CHIROPRACTIC Foe Arule, Tirnnir and Noyaus IMsoaso J. F. DR0MERT, D. C Eakle Bulldinz Slh and r.ilk Kt rimno 0?x DR. L. V. CRADIT OSTEOPATHIC PIIVSKIIN Oeneral Ostenftatlilo and Eye, Ear, Nns an TltroM Sorrli-fi. flultn J35-JM Ita A 4..hn.n ITdc. PbotM Ml o. I'hone tll DR. DAISY PENN0CK Osteopathic Physician Office hourn: 9 to 14 ml 2 ii)l. l.y uif 'Intmi'nt. 8ultu l'utiia r.'ls. rhonoir tiffin- S!S: l:. h. tn i :"9 Cowboy! lead r HIS As a compliment to the visitors here this week I am making an extra special Tailor Made Suit offer for this week only. Here it is: lost the war was fo many American dough boys Kandall County Nevis. You are exactly right' handle-Plains Chamber of Commerce can do it Ubout this natter, and no matter what "Pill" may j better and more efficiently," more ' cheaply and; say a1nut it. he ltno-rs the trite ons-ver is just i Panhandle Veterinary Hospital Now Inrnlod In nur now huililine SM Van Hiimi fllrool rontBl"iiii Ahoitlon Ita. torln, Tulwroulln lftlnjr. Intort no InrMs--tiii. fmciinil r!onn Pro.. I il.x kh-t; Horuin Ailnilnlltoi.il fff, I jihrimtorY rnnnisrilon fur ai(.;nil IT nil ohwiiro dln.-. Hpll att.-ntl.in ilim to omor rnoy rus-M, In f.i. t an; thins rr tn;nln to lv utock. Al-;a ipon. Vlnllor sn-l.-ntn. E. F. LANHAM, D. V. S. ri.no ii tfo. nts A First Quality Made-to-Measure Regular $75.00 Value hie Serge Suit $ Or Gray Serge if preferred AND ECTRA PAIR TROUSERS For this week only at .. Call and see the sample of cloth we are using in this suit. It's big enough for you to know just exactly what you may expect when your suit is finished, and you'll say it's one of the finest pieces of serge you ever saw. You can't go wrong when you buy a blue serge. They're goocf for all occasions and you can't go wrong when you buy a Patton made suit. Fit, tailoring and satisfaction are guaranteed. DON'T LEAVE THE CITY WITHOUT INVESTIGATING THIS OFFER Phone 23S PATT ON The Tailor 103 Eut 6lh St. V ii A, K more satisfactorily. w hat you have jjiven.