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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS
VOL XII. NO. 134. Aaaociated Pre. Service; Leased Wire Report..
AMARILLO, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1921
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Kt as to to mm
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ASKS THAT SIMS BE KEPT
FROM U. S. AS UNDESIRABLE
WASHINGTON, June 10. (By Associated Press)-A resolution
declaring Rear Admiral Sims an "undesirable alien" and denying
him re-admittance to any American port, was introduced in the
House late today by Representative Gallivan, Democrat, Mass.
The resolution referred to Admiral Sims as Ma foreign born citi
ten of the United States, but now connected,unhappily and unfor
tunately.with the naval establishment of this country." On other
occasions he added, he had -publicly stated that in case of war be
tween the United States and Great Britain, one British ship could
easily dispose of four or fivo American ships of corresponding type,
and it charged that "Sims has publicly depreciated his superior offi
cers in the naval establishment and the character and quality of
the government of this republic."
FINANCIERS ARE .
CONFERRING ON
CATTLEMEN LOAN
INVESTIGATE CREDIT SIT.
UATION CATTLE COUNTRY;
FINANCIAL RELIEF
r Aaiwd Tra.
WAHIIXtJTOX. Juno J'. eVr retnry
Millim innfimaJ today with J. 1'.
Morgnn ' New York and other on the
oiH-Mlon of financing the rtllle In
dutry through private channel.
IHher at the ronftrence were Gov
ernor olrong the federal rra-rve
hank of Xew York. Hritntrtr Ktanftrld
it (tai-git, fJo.ling. C I'Uho: Ken
nra k Wyoming-, and Hmlth of touth
Carolina. VI.- Governor K. It IMatt.
Mid J. I'.. Mitchell of the federal rmw
rird. and Kuvti Meyer Jr.. direc
tor of the war ftnan-e crnnntn.
It waa deckled that a ahort Invent I
t a lion of the credit ettuatlon In' thtf
tattle rtaintr"wnMKI 1ndte whet he
n.iu.itr financial relief for the live
tmk Indmnry might he nl.talned
through private tonkin hunn.K
MANUFACTURER
PLEADS GUILTY
III MAIL CHARGE
By Aatrll Tmt.
1UTHKIK. Okla, June !. T. I.
Tooey" Mom. former head of a lire
patch company, who roar to wealth
from ctitnarattve rharurlty In little
m three yeara. pleaded guilty In the
Vniled Static Platrtct court here Inlay
to ronaplrary to defraud the I'nlted
Plate government In that he made nut
frier Income us report. He will he
antlenced Monday. He waa founder of
rtMniantnt hearing hi name In Okla
homa Cltv. Okla.. and Mount Vernon,
lit
FAVOR MEETING
TO CONFER ON
DISARMAMENTS
B AtaarktM Piaa.
W VSIII VCTttV June IS Atlhouch
limning tMinue ruta i-een n-mr 111 ine,ni m, -
Way
U actual dinktmiittc dtiauaxhtna.
Inlli-atkma retvived here are urn!
ler-
rliaal to lm en nuingt-d the adutlnla.
tMti-ei Ite pn liinlnarr atrtw tnwartta a
dnwimaiiM-nl o nfereme. It wna Indi
cated .aU' th.lt rtmvihT:thk time
HilaU l iriuire,l to actually tiling
i h a couf.-rrm-e ahiwit.
It waa not revealed fran what on.
Jiona rpiif had roiiio nor rm tly
Itow ilefmlte they have la-en. Hlnee thr
aul.jit waa latao hed hy thia govern
men: hi wevt r. irfili lala hae la-en rate
tul In ih-w rl It aa wholly lnfnunl and
mi li ten.kil only to lend up to a more
totH-'t-te diat-tieiiion later.
HOTED DHPTIST LEAC2R CIIS
FOWra LO ILKIESS
h aaaawtWd pfaaa. jfeth-inte army umlcr tieneral I .re. he
lAI.IAM. Teaa, June lf. I r. retiunul lo hla home and lagn a-ep.
Jjniea llurton f I:iiiiIhtII. retired nreal- jaratlnn fia tiilnlelry. He hegun lo-ew h-ih-nt
of the Houthern IkiptH I'onven-iing In o?, and hi kl rhnrgea nt Weal
lion and natkmally known I to pi In t
emhr aeaihi-d and etlui-ator, tll.il at
hi home here todny follow ing an Clneaa
if aeveral tin nlha. He woukl have hern
K year of age neit July.
Funeral eervk-ea will he held at the
Klrat Haptlat i-httreh here at I o'clock
lnnrrtiw afierntam. iMinditcttHl hy
fieiage W. Truett, iwatnr t4 the t hun h,
and lifelong friend of the dwaaed.
Ilurkil will he In Oakland cemetery.
lYnmlnenl rhun htnen from all part
of the atate are on tha Hat of honorary
pill hearer a.
IV. ilamhrell waa native of ftotiih
Otrollna. lail at an early age moved
f i-oo(ttitiew',VlVJ
PUEDLO SENDS
TO WASHINGTON
FOR ASSISTANCE
WANTS GOVERNMENT GIVE
PERMANENT PROTECT
ION AGAINST FLOODS
fit AmciU Pons.
Pl i:r.U. f. June 10. The city of
uclio will eeod a committee to Wuall
Ington. prohuhly Inmmrow liltcht t"
npp-wl to lYeaident list ding. Herre
laty of InK-rior Fall, and the Colorado
delegation In eiHigrena In give the flood
atiffiret of the Arkanan and l-Vun-uin
Kiver Vnlh-ya permanent alt
iinca. "We are not going to Wuahlngion
to Inalat that luehki he given any
htecirir aum" aokl Mr. Adanta. rhulr
man 4 the rooimlttfe tmlay. "We are
(.oina- to a-k In p.uth ul.ir thai the
iTvtary of lh' Interior and eonrree
nt(t ua mhim ir-mnnent ' protn tlon
naainet future. f1li. Thla pnrfmMt
in Ite done tet hy co-rninent eni
nrrrt. a In the eaae of tlalwaton."
The committee will lake with It an
i-nitinoi-r to riiwrllN to the pr.-e4.Unt
nd the roticn-MinK-n what haa han
id here ami What I" n-eded.
The emergency plwie of rvlU-f wotk
haa ikimmL ad-orUliig tu Mr. AiLima.
mo w-'k ago tnnlKht th' fliiM ruioe
and lonlisht all the hungry are U 'tig
fed. tW lM-ltei i-M houaed and tlie
ftrk minietered to. he auld. That rio.
not mean, however, that lueho l no
log-r In nevd. In a aUlrment Imoed
to the Aaviated lieaa liklay. Mr.
Ivt-m aahl muney "In huge atuiia"
la neednL
DEMOCRATS ARE
HOPEFUL FOR THE
NEXT ELECTION
r AMottatcd Tnat '
WASIUNtlTOX. June U. Chairman
(iire While of the In-mot-rallr Na-
itlmuil rommitlee called upon turner
lYenklent Wilaon at the lutlera real-itk-m-e
tialay and dim-uaacd fia an hotir
jxarloua ladltkal nvtllrra and the condi
tion of puhile affair. Mr. White r
fimrd to atate apei-ifa-ally the matter
ha h were tukcn up.
-I ran aav thl much, however," he
an id. -Mr. Wllaon retain hla keen In-
tereat In all nffalra affecting welfire or
haa the mllltunt aplrlt wntin rnuroter-
chief!
lard him aa a pat ty hu.l-r and a
rteotitlve."
Iti-Pblng ft nueeliona a to Mr. Wll-e-n'a
tihyairal rundillon. the rhitirman j
aaal that wna ohvloualy a matter UmW j
whk h he could not make a puhllr atate
moid. With rrgaid to the general
politk-al altuatlon Mr. White dci-l.-trod ;
there hid heen a greul rrvhat of aplrlt j
among demorrut nnd a general diaiaad- i
tion to get tngether. j
-The failure of the n-ptihllran admin-:
l--tratlon to keep Ita election promlea
to tint ha put new henrt and hoi in j
the tarty e-er) where." he aukl.
I'olnt and tuf.ird. li. Ijiter he he
cunie editor tf the Mlaaalpi llaptlat
llei-oid. lie alan aerveil aeveral term
na ireeltlont if Xli-d-er College, Macon,
Oa.
Ill 17 Mr. (Uimhn ll waa elertetl nr.
reaimnding ai-rrelary of the fVipll't
convention of Tesaa, and In ll re
algnetl lo lai-ome etlilta- of the llaptlat
Rtamlitrd at laillaa. Ho wa ek-rted
pi-evident of the Hmithern llaptl! n in
vent l.m In KIT. arrlng fiair term. In
ISIS he went In Europe lu vlalt afflicted
Haptieia In war alrk-ken rmintrlea. Re-
turning fnan ahrentf laat fall, he apenl
ma nine luting ppmaing rnnitmrniH
la a.an - n
SWEET DILL IS
PASSED DY THE
HOUSE FRIDAY
BILL BE GREAT HELP FOR
MER SERVICE MEN AND
THEIR FAMILIES
GOES TO THE. SENATE
INSI MAM ft WIIH II W H VM 'Mill
TO l.VHK WIIII.K VI.Tr.lt N
WAN SICK Mli: VAI.II.
Itf Aawwli I'm.
WAMII.VlToN. J inn- IC.-Tlie Ili.u
hite tril.iy tnal tin- hweet I 1 1 1 . umlcr
whli li gnviH utiieiil iigi lirh-a deillng with
formi-r i vl.-e men, would U- i miwill
il.il.il. The IlKHKIIle ll.'W lo the
hVnnte.
Kniirteen reglmml ffhi-K wmild le
rlid (r exN'riitoim h nulling of
l lillilH I'f fimilM M-Iie men I'l l e.MII
h-iiniIIi.ii. h i 1 1 li tut nmlli-ul ime ami
ViM-ntiiiiil trnliiliitf. The iluii t'T of the
new hureati would Irive Niwer to de.
ti-imlni- the eti-nl of nuthoilty of re
gloniil l.i inn hm to iniike finiil a. I tie
tnent of i lnlma.
I'nivlaliin la mode for ruliihllkhment
of Mu oiriiea ul whli h win- veteruna
f mild npi'ly for n ll. f. TIu-m would re
pLiee 13; wildler relief litireniia in
miiinl.iliH'd hy thogiiverniiiint thnumh
out the iiuntr'. The location of the
new nl flee Would In' d.'leriiiln.il hy
the dlrti-tor rf the vetprana' hureau.
An amendinent wna added to the Mil
providing that the regional hurenil and
iiIm tfi.-ea created hy It moot auto
matically ciime In xiat July I. !!?
The llnuwnlwt iiroved an amend,
metit hy IU tei- nt:itlve Klliott. .In
diana, authorutlng iwymenl of govern
ment tnaurnme;.tn l-i rk lai d a of wul
teteiana who -rinit till their ill. tea 10
l.i4H while auiTviing from wotimla or
iliMvm- incut red lu line of duly, from
which Uiejr'dtvd.
PAIGE CAR IS
RECOVERED IN
ASIIFORK, ARIZ.
AUTO STOLEN FROM QUAILS
RECOVERED THROUGH
SHERIFF'S FORCE
The Paige ror taken from the Qtmlle 1
MiKor ComiMiiiy lit Anuulllo Kuturday i
richl haa la-en h -ntwl through the a in
liMtte of the aheriff'a oflice.
Hhiirf tuit"ii P.wih waa notified
I'lld.iy that tho ear had, with lla driver
la-en aiiHvhended In AnhfiMk, AiiriNia.
The car 4aken wna a new one. .Nuta-ea
acre arnt tart frooi the HtM-rtfTa offic
the firat of the week.
HEJMCflN G0VEEW.1ENT ASHED TO EWTEEI
TREATY OF CODEICE KiEIPOJITS HUGHES
WASHINGTON, June 10. (By Associated Press) Efforts made to induce the Mexican fovenu.
ment to enter into a treaty of commerce and amity as a condition of recognition were reported kyy
Secretary Hughes today to President Harding and his cabinet The report was understood to havq
consisted of a brief summary of the steps, which have been taken through George T. Summerlin, tnrV
American charge D'Affaires at Mexico City to reach an understanding for the signing of the pro
posed treaty.
While offk lal iiifnriiiiition of the fi
liation wa laiklng here tml.ty. It I
1. ,. .,.,., . .. ,.
""" . " . . .
!,,k-o the atate ih-:mrtuint I lint he tha-a
ml tnnaldi-r hllltaell live, iMiatlne or
i natltiitiiMial retrL liotia. to aiait atlch
a rovrrutnt aa n.-.-.l n.rnml atnte-
nta Irnml at Methti fily have In-
HIGH OFFICIALS
ATTEND FUNERAL
OF LEGION CHIEF
tf Aiaarlatid Pr
t'l.WIXNATI. June Ift Hluh iff! j
i iitla i f the Aliierkoit l-ulon, oiliiiuinil I
ei of mnny legion ti In vtiilnii)
mill of th' n.uitrty. nwlnt.-inl i-re.
tnry of the Xnvy ThtiNka-e Ui.oe.-v.lt,
Covernor ll.inv l.il. of (thin, mem
la-ra of the Dhio Hillmiiie t'l.url nnd
other piomlneiil im-i at'nagea. Will ut-
tend fimetiil arrvli ea h -re tnmoi I'.iw fm' mil i.ittmi of II. -m y Kord'a ronli-! im
t'ol. K. W. Iliillirnllh, ci'itiliiun.li-r of ( :hr a.sit ol hct.iiti r New la-try of Mu Id
the Amt-rltwn !rgln. whu waa killed mm, wltm, Ml the Imlani-e of Kord'a
In nn auluiuiJille an idi nt nt lndlun:iai. i i nueai-l nl.i. mcp miv laaucd for Wtl
ha yi-atciibiy morning. I I unit t. Itnrmt. lotti i-r H-elilent of
The entlrr city will my trihute to the I the tVttcr.il Moli'ia t'.nniainv: Aii.ln-w
ineutnry of I'ul. tkilluitl'.h.
j The lady will hu In atnte in the giett
lotuniki if Muaic Hall fioin I u. m.
Until t p. tn, when the aorvlcra will lie
held In the hill. The raaket will I
gum tied hy tegul:ir army aoldiei a from
Korl Thomaa, Ky,
Hervkta will he In t hntge i f the P.ev
! John K. ll'Tget. iinator of the Ninth
atreet Hiptlall'hun h and 1'haidaln of
inn unit itiiantrr, i .wimmii. -j i
... .. .... . I,
Will Command Panama
Canal Zona
r
1
. . ' i '.
i if .
l v
' mnt Kit. !!, ja.'aB
Captain Moatamanr M. Taylor,
who haa lea ordrnd from tha war
Collaga ta duty M commaadant of
tha Fifteenth Mval dkatrlrt, cob.
yrlatnc tha 1'aoana Cwaal Zona.
OIL LAND LEASE
LEADS TO COURT
FOR SETTLEMENT
TITLE TO LEASE OF NEW OIL
FIELD LANDS SOUGHT
BY GREAT MANY
Wliwla of the marlilnerv f.f law were
fc-t 1n motion Kridax ttt Vh ilet.Hmltia
lion of the c.aillti ling l-Uiiuia l.i t.SJO
inn of oil land In Lie i'araon iiMimy
rtiftrtrt a art U hy Will A. Mtlh-r A
Skiin. !. V. ami f. K. Ikvhl, Ik-. Itiok-t-lienr
e nl.
The ui no wna taken up .lief ore Judgn
V.ialMip In the dint rid " court Krklay
i. mining und.ciaitlniKil during the day.
It will le reauiiied thla iniN-ning. Utir
lug the court of the trial lu the morn
ing J)r. Itkirkahear ktM-areit If) nonein
lu lourt and iJ.Jej-ted Ui naoilinga
In alrtni- of hi ottiniy Hugh I.
Iluninhihm Allot ne y I'mptinc left
thv rltv on I ho we ,4 ijir IrUil. Ilbo k
kheur at'nteil and In hla atead ha had en-
davorl t g t Jmlge lleiik r to auto
aiitute.- .
Juilse lleeiliT apfirttred to a.lvlae the
com I of I4m' knhi-ar a enilmvnr to gel
i thiT i-otinai-l, (nil aa to himai If, alat
ei tlnte wua mor In the mat than he
kantd to ahoulilrr on ao ahin t not Ire.
Attorney lletik-r rmn-ned to file a
Itw4in for titooeotent na pro
(tlNTINl'Kn ON PAOB TWO
t'lrntiit hi Williii:ni-a t. ngrt-e to A
! Inlitv if ii-l Milt tn.klilir itl'.ua nrt' nut.le.
tine It hit If. n liulii :tl I luil no
', intallfli -itl.'i iirtntinc the primltuil lu
til rl will no no'it- unit inui tin- i tin-
d Hlulira will inxiet tiuil pt.Mwriy of
A ihatie In Mi-vl.n Will lie a;if. itiimd-
til riealnat ronfiMtion.
FORD'S CONTEST
FOR SENATE IS
BECOMING BITTER
TODAY'S SESSION MARKED
BY CLASH OF ATTORNEYS
AND COMMITTEE
IS M.a"l.il I'f'
W SIII :Tti. Jim" in Xi-w fiel.la
wi re i i. -n.il t.al.ty In tin- at-nate nn-
Iri-en. Jr.. pi.-aldi-nt if the Hh-v :tr
I'rn n i-.ii.inr und l.yman It. Hn itn,
a Vew Y"rk at -k Inoki-r. The im-n
Will la- aaked M.'liil.y to till of any
connection they ni.tv hivr had with
the New I" II) l:ili'riln futgni-tllg In
VMX.
Tndnv'a ma'n waa rtmi-fced hy a
ilinh la-twn-n A If it d and Ih-nry l.uck- j
Ing ntliam-ya ! KidL and t'lialtiiuin '
ttiawer. Mid eiaiio of the aenatiattilt
KANSANS FLEE
DEFORE FLOOD
FRIDAY NIGHT
FEDERAL WEATHER BUREAU
WARNS PEOPLE ARK AN
SAS IS RISING FAST
WILL FLOOD SATURDAY
ItlYMC IS ItlMMi; r:hTI UN li -HS
ltll.l(0l H WAMIrll
01 T IIV It YIN
'I, AMOriali-a' PtrM.
WICHITA. Kan.. June lO.-W.inicd
I'V the fi-tltnl wi-iillx-t Imii'i-uu tluit the
Arktinwia Kiver prulmMy would over
.low Ita luinka Iihh Hitiiln the n-xt SI
n.ilih. ivaiiletila In low aei-tlona tut the
VVihi Hide wele ptiiwitcdfttaltlKlil. If
eek anfi'tv. Tile liver lenuijlii-d priti'-
liullv rt!itionarv here iliu0g ihrt day
lit it Wlia M-iIii led tti.lt Wheti.lhe f Imxl
Minei , wilt. 1 1 hint lnund:itid Out-ai
lU ml. rt-rn luil hi -re, the WmafiiiOi wtj. I
tHi-ive nn rvti'iiMlvr HiHHtjng' Vl
r. i", rcn-raoo, i-ni wiiiirit ootw-rver
hid the flood cn l on lt aj.iy down
he river would not ri-iii h Vera until
tomorrow or Sunday. At nine n'i-li-k
MiiKlit the rixer alo.l 11 1 7:!, apiMoil.
luiti-ty feel iilaive normal.
Kalln-aii Washed On.
riTT.HItri:il. Knn June lOll.-nvy
nilna today rraultod In apuroiiktmlely
l,:Ml fiv of the Juplln nnd I'lttahurg
railway trm-ka Ix-iug waahed out le-lu-een
riitnluirg and HcnimitiMi, and on
the r.rutu'h line ttetween Hi-auunon ami
Mint-nil. II wua rt-itortet) tiHilght hy
W. A. Hatti-rk-e, geaeral mnnnger of
the Juplln imd llltahmg tallway.
LEROY KILLED
DY TRAIN WAS
NOT 17AUTED
MISTAKEN FOR MURDERER,
FINGER PRINTS PROVE
MAN INNOCENT
f AatarlaUd Pna.
HIIAWNKK. Oklu . June 0-nwge
t.eriiy. killed hy a Iriiln here tat May
SO and thought hy the itollte In ha Ktt
gene l-roy. Ik-troll trunk Miyatecer, I
not the man wunt. r hy IH-Irolt author!
tiea. chief of aic-lra Kltna waa Inform
id tidity. linger pilnt arnt fnan tha
taillce here tn I Hi roll proved that tha
illia.il niuidi-ivr waa not klllid here.
Nidrd Jurbd Die.
0$ Aaawtatad in.
I'.l'KNOH AIKKS. June l-lH Uda
Mai la li-ago, notnl Jut lat and author of
I the Irago d.i ti lne, died yotrtday.
(illu l.-il of the ailininlliiitliin were
uilil not to ho etinvlnced thnt l'tvaldt
(Hin-gnn ha definitely lejti litl Ilia of
ft i u motlitle the treaty and Mr. Hutu
merlin who auhmltted the pioiaiwl wna
j.hi.rilil u nwuitmg nnnoiiii.itn. ni n
I a nug-e d. finite reply.
i FARMER BOY IS
j CONVICTED ON
MURDER CHARGE
WAKSAW. I ml.. June 1 - Vl'Cil
lacker. I yenta old. funnel l, wna
1 1.. nuil gulltv of tiiui.l.-r in IV tli"t u
li.i- In intiiiiitl.ai with Die il. ilh
iliiiv Uivi-tt, hia ftlcnit. I'V a ur
in .li . nil ii.ui t h-re ti'i'.i.lit li.' w.ia
! aenti-tu i-.l tn life iiii.r1-inui nt
Hi hulliti wei- liikm lv the jurr.
la-rkrr iM'Ing f.mnd Kiil'tv on the fil-t
Killot and the aiu-ci-eiliug tKillnta li-lng
'tu it. 1. 1 mini- the piiniahmeiit. aona- of
'the Jiiroi hnltliiiit out f"t the ik-!ith
hiui!1. Til' Jmy wita nut h-aa ihtn
' thru- loniia.
i k.-r wrtN roi-tiaed i nun .1. ring
, I mctt. a i Id In Ime las-n hi ".Imihl"
I lu nn alleged tonilm.-y t-f the Itevker
f.inuly to kill l x.-ti. I tint hi lly aa
: tlml of Virgil iNikei and collect Ii4.-
(OH Itf.-lnaui int e.
fiilvin and l-retl linker nnd their
: tnniher. Mra. I.ydkilhi ker, ure In
here iiwiilting trail
1 ' .
WANTS DEW TRIAL: SAYS
WAS CONSPIRED A6AINST
TOPEKA, Knn Jun 10. (By AuocUted Preti) Chargtt of
an army conipiracy, with h!mtclf the victim, ar conUinedl in m
petition prepared by himtelf and filed in United State. District Ceori
her today by William Cunningham, a prisoner in tha Federal pan
itentiary at Leavenworth in which he seeks his release through writ
of habeas corpus.
Cunningham is preparing the petition himself with pen and ink
and states that he is unable to hire an attorney.
He iilligea Hint he Wtia i-onvliliil hy iwlturpwa luid Im-ch Iranaferrril toother
ll limit innitliil ul Kurt Run lloUMlim
Tiua In lait-inla-r. I'.'0, on "iiimMt
up" 1 li;imim he wna mImmiI In i xhmh
11 iNnmpliiiry In which ii-rciln olfl
trra were 1 unii-nuil. Me anya he wna
uirvaiiil In June, l:n, mt allowed tn
M-!ik to 1111 ultoiiit-y, nuil imt allowed
a li'lnl until t Milder 1 lite winie year.
He then itlligi-a tluit hi Itiul Wna rem.
Ilnuiil until the ulloliiey he hud aii-ur-n
Imd li lt I lie aliite and until hla
DADY PLAYING
IN FLOOD IS
SWEPT AWAY
BODY IS FOUND BY MOTHER
SHORTLY AFTER DROWN
INO IN CANADIAN
h AaanrlaUd Fna.
HIIAWM-.i:. ttkln.. June 10 The
111 hi Joa of life In the flmokil area of
(tklithiana wnat riaibit hern ttatny
when llatel Murle Muijihy, two and a
half ,yra okl, dnugliler h-Mr. and
Mr. J. W. Murphy, aouth of IMIa, ntnr
here, waa drowned In rapidly rlaing
water of the North Canadlnn lUver.
Hhe waa playlne In the yard a ahort
way fram the river, and It la hrlleved
the aunda, mn-t ftom the rlaing water
taught her fi-t. Her hialy wna found
hy Mr. Mutihy a few' momenta after
ahe waa laat ann alive.
SIX MORE ARE
FOUND VICTIMS
OF DIG FLOOD
PUEBLO IS STILL FINDING
BODIES OF DEAD AMONG
THE DEBRIS
I't'Kltljlt, Ci.i.., June IS Hl mt-
laiilie of flood v let una were found to
itiy In the alliue and lulihlah along the
Imtiki of the reordlng Arkanaaa ilvar
heir and mar here, r'our of tha oialire
found were thoae of adulta and two
were Infmita. The ImiI- of 11 n unldvlitl
fliil hihy alxiut a dty old alen wua
found.
All (Vlorndo rangi-ra tmliy were or
dileil hy t'nlonel I'attkk J. Ihtmrnrk,
ailjittitnt general, to rt-art In I'uetiln
l.y June IS. Kii-cptliwta ate to le mad
the ot del nld. In the raaea of ranger
New astortntrnt of l;lch
Pink. All Silk -I'mtcr-wcar.
per OA QC
jjannni. ...... VT,'U
ratiKeralil lel.hi nnw.
Ncuily three tlioua.ind
Iteraon who
are elthiT destitute or tuniHawiy home. e"-aalty for the M Ileal eootwraunn
li aa. me ut the n-fugea' ramp eatuh- ;oh etMiinM-n-lal Intereata Wrfg emdw-li.hi-d
hy the inililnry authraltiee. It 'ted hy offklala In view of whan waa
wna eallmntiil tiliv hy offlckila. M-et tli-atriiau "aa the virtual riyM or
'if Ih.aeiirelM-ingcaitilfia-lmiiitslliti-lylAtmrhun ahlppiug and -aa--killy that
jl.y the SjIvuIioii Army. ii.f the ahlppiug laainl.
I At piil.lle health aerik e heuditiai P-r j Itathrr than to m-eed upon tha un
it waa aild at-ven new in ace of dlihiln
ilu w. te reMiited tudiy. hilngiug the
lut.il tn l.
,
Mrhan It. It. leorcnlred.
MMNltti ( ITY. June u. The office
f njlii'iml ditei lor of luilriatda waa
aluilixhnl tialay. and the fedi-rulty 0 -
ruled rid will hereafter I under
ttMM-llon of n iaiiul intnmiaalon at -
Iji hul In the tn-uaury deinrttnent.
The i n 1. 1 laun hy I'lcaiih-nt trta-e-1 Thia liaui waa estimated aa the dif
g. n hna ua Ita ol.Jnl a riiagiiniBitlnn f.arenre la-tween the war eoat threa
. f the nit.rc ayatein. roNTIXI'KD OS tAOB TWO ,
; IIIITU OA
TO flDflPILLO: LETTER 6; TiElllB
Ninth-Infantry after a ah-a t atn-1 and aoldler of our rtmvoy to thank lit
over In Aijinilll.i on the way from t?aui itUeti if Anutrlllo for their numermi
Tiavl In P.'tt l4:m, l. iiv.-r. hroke ! klndnewc to u that hna made itur Btnf
ump and aturteil nn their wiv Krldiv
morning.
Th.it the n'ttmtlooa h'n the men hy
Amnrllki la-ople, and thit the .v tlvllli-a
of MaJi H.aaj In ln-kln after eery,if their Huh. The New Iw, . thah
ni-ed tif the Ult.a
Were hlipreciritnl
, were attcatid hy nu n and
ilfu er lie
.(, their driwiiure.
Itefnre leaving C-ipUIn O. A
M. An
k-ttrr to the puhllc
, i 11"WF yj
Minla.
I unnliiKhiiiit rlnlina In hla petition
In huve hud 21 yoaia arrvlce In tha
111 my with hla record alwuya mnrked
"i-xcelleiil." I In t-lalma.lhai Henattar
I lit mi Ji'hnniin of t'tillfortilJi, haa putt
llily ili-nouiii-ed the alli-gwd rotiapiru
lora.
The tM-tlllnii until -Meod-niuil Alda
worth" a the nllnr rffier charged
with making the cluttgea agulital Cun
liliinlmin.
JOY HARRIS IS
CHOSEN TO GO
TOCONVENTIOn
YOUNG REAL ESTATS UAH
REPRESENT AMARILLO AT .
NATIONAL MESTIZO
Joy linn la of the Powell fl.Uy Com
Imiiy wna lna( hlght chnaen tA rrnra
aertl the Atnarillo lUwIlttra orgunlaHtloh
at th fourteenth annual convention
of the NaUtaial. ilalora Aaaorlation
tn I held in ?hto July II-U In
t oratorieAj.rAiiteat, Ig the rlty-hall '
with three othrr reluaa,.J. IU fhtut.t
John It, Olivia sad lien Mhort. . .
All four ntlUn a a were reliant aad.
the puKome tttl . thi .lJ(-uU' rKnlaai ,
aa In doubt until the annoiuw ftent.
ol the Juilgea. Joe I,. 'rnH. ediier of
1w I tally Newa. Dr. II. Y. Virgin .and
II. II. Murtln. . The ann'otliteement af
the Judge wo made hy.Mr. Pofte, The'
Jinlgea were utianlmouii In their det-uv'
' .:",.'..
Ten thmiaand realtnra' from' atl parta
a tha fulled Htalea are'etpeeted to'
attend the too vent tort In Chk-agv neit
iiionth. It la ptaatllde that aeWral other
realtor will ai-eotnmny Mr.- Mama
Ihera. .
Mr. Harris will preaent t tha aama
apart h at the national meeting aa ha
gave at the city hall laat'najhL .Ania
rillo haa heen allnted flvg minute ttma
In which her rrpteaentattva may talk
on the roeli-n.-lea of Anutrlllo gud (ha.
ui rounding territory .
Kollowlng the eon teat for the ae lee
lion of a delegate in that uneentinn,
the relta-a held a ahort huatmaai meet
ing In which II waa announced that a
ImnqtH-t will he given by the lYganku
lion r'lhlay evening, June IS.
SHIPPING DOARD .
PLANS OUTLIuED
FOR OFFICIALS
Hi AanriaUal Pnaa
WAKHIXtlTOX, June riana of
he adinlnlairatlon concerning tha Mhln
ting lktrd were outlined today In high
aiH'ial nuarlwra f.a the firat tuna atnea
apiMiltttiiu-nt "of the new memhera
with A. It. leaker ff lltlcago aa chair
man. 1
onleien routing ami maintaining 01
ahlpplng route lo every quarter oC lh
Sk'l. lrreie-iive of tha rommerctat
jueeda of the I'nlted Htatea. It wa
.tuletl that the object of the new ad-
jminlatratlon would he to place tha cor-
, inratk.n uam a alrk-tly lajaineaa haala.
jThla would mean, to hrgtn with. It waa
..ild, the rhurglng off tn the war of
j heavy haua-a auatuim-d ny the govern-
mt-nt alm-e tho eortaratmn a inrepiHM.
SAYS FfiQ5lj2LL
la yt ur city ao degaant Wa feet that
nmhlng ha heen Ion good (or Ua and
thut nothing haa heen left undona for
our rtanfurt aruj pieaatirw Jjasseetafly
tin we think the Ktka fiar Ihalr nrlvif
theatre unity, tne indie woo nowarea
ua with cake. thiHw kind ctthMna wka
opened their door, to ua wt tha
wtit t her nutde our camp alt V ' a','t
and tn Mn)or rtona for hla V i f
nil (D

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