Amarillo D ailyNews
VOL XII. NO. 135. Associated Preit Services Letted Wire Reports.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1Z, 1921.
28 PACES IN FIVE PARTS.
. F0H KNOX DILL
ALLIXS ABANDONED UNITED
STATES, CHAB0E3 LEAD.
; ER or FIGHT
WAoMIINtiTON, Juno II. Aflcr h
Miter pertlaen fight In lh llouae. run
grraamcn took up liiUy the lortr rea
olullon terminating the atate of war be
tween Ihe L'nlted Htatca mid the On
Ira I powers and will eaa It Monday a
aubatitule fur the Knoi mcaaure re
pealing the declaration of war.
(Mail of lh reaolutlon In certain,
any lingering doubt In the mind of
the Itetnorrwtlc leadcia having removed
through adoption louay, IDS to 105, of a
rule giving the l"ortcr proMal right of
way In place of the Knox reaolutlon al
ready paancd liy the ktcnutn. Two Ho
puhlleaua voted with tho Hcima-rala
oppoalng Ita cwielderatlon while three
Democrata' aloud with tho Itcpuhllcane
In the fight to nut It through
Drmwrala to Hupport IUII.
fliHN-te were current tonight that
more than a aror of Dennarata would
vote for the reaolutlon on the final rail
Democratic inemlwre beginning tialay
their attack on the ntenaure. firat crttl
claed what they characlerlacd aa the
"throtijlna- of the llouae" by forcing
acceitianre of a reaolutlon which thoy
aald had la-en framed In aecret ly He-
publican member of the foreign affaire
committee and would not permit of
amendment. Then turning eharpiy on
the reaolutlon Itarlf. the Democrata de-
lared It would iniet the hearty appro-
val of "every Herman, every alacker
nd every American traitor.
Chair man Porter, of the foreign af
falra committee. In charge of the meaa
ure. aaaerted the llouae waa not ready
to go aa tar aa the Henate and repeal
the war declaration tor that, he aald.
might be regarded aa an actual rcpudl
at Inn W-thr wiMn Whe-h thouaanda of
Amerkwn Uvea hud heen eacrlfleed.
Ktatement of opponente of the reso
lution lhat by officially declaring the
atate af war at an end. America waa
abandoning the Alllea or Ita fighting aa
ant latra. were denied hy Chairman IMr
ler. a " a groaa mlaatatemcnt of facta."
Parler Hpeglia far Meaaure.
'All nation that algned the treaty of
Varaalllee." Mr. Torter aald. "did an
with full knowledge that It waa not ef
fective; no far aa the lilted Htatca waa
concerned until ratified hy the Henate."
Mr. Porter InalMed that alnce the Al
llea had made peace In 11. If there
had hewn any alndoninrnt. "It had lieen
the t'nitad Ktalea by the Alllea."
It may n4 he out of place to rail at
tention to the fact, he aald. "thai when
the pence reaolutlon reached the llouae,
the Alllea had Invaded Hermany for en
forcement of the reparation, and your
committee derided It ahould forego ac
tion until Herman had conceded the
demand of the Alllea and had ahnwn
her good fallh hy payment of the earn
eat money In the form of the flrt In
atalltnant of the Indemnity. We have
given the Alllea the traditional 'iinre
deal' and now Intend to put our own
houae In order."
R017 IS DARELY
WARDED OFF III
NEWBERRY COUNSEL 8AY8
QUESTIONS ASKED ARS
WASHINGTON. June II. Winking
through tan proheiged aeaalona. the
ei nate rraninlttcr hearing Henry Kiad'a
lontrat f4 the seat of ttenator New
berry, of Michigan, tialay rinaldered
how far Menalor Nrwla-rry waa In
fluenced aa In the exprndtturee of hla
camtlgli. abated one almoat phyl
i m) riw and alMiut forty minor unco he.
tueen oMing cnunael and revlaed the
alck Hat among eubpuenned wltneaaea.
It. M. Kmr. office manager for the
Ncwl-eiry taiopalgn nMimtlilee, waa re.
p-Tted l y hla Wife aa "aooiewhere In
tnetla." when the lnveetlBtlng doe-t-ira
Moight him. and renewal of aearch
wua onlered alter Henator Klgr-. repulH
ll-an of New Jeraey, conanented 4hat
all iletalla of money handling aa the
ilnceave developed them "eccm to he
tp to Kmeiy." Ml name came prom
Inently Into the eaamlnatlun a hen
Charles A. Kloyd. the enimln aec
r -ttrv. aaa helnt nutawd ly William
Linking, of Kurd ronnael. alniut
heiia lor apprnalmatcly I1.mhi whkh
hi a. Id would "reeiHVlleiiicnt rhwka"
iimttera. of hooking erinngvm't aid
recording but not duplliwiing eendl.
Sayi Query la Natty.
-Viw've been living off Newberry and
hla Irletida down In lrlrat every atro-e
thla ramiailgn, haven't you?" Mr. Luck
lug demanded, and Judge Muiftn. New
lierr euunaeL eKCktlmed that the que
I ton waa "naaty, dirty, common." and
that the wltneaa dktn t have I unnewer.
MAw. ahul up" Lucking retorted
rlearlng for arthm. Chairman ffpenrer
after enfordnr a truce, drew from the
wttnea an anewer that the iueotlon
an4 p ita Impllcetlowe waa''pne4ively
To Pass Porter Measure Ending War
DRY LAW CHIEF
KRAMER ISSUES STATEMENT
HAYMES TAKES OFFICE
lU.llIT WHISKY IIKKWINU IN
Nil Til IIM I.AKKII (INK OF
TIIOKNH IN KNKOIU IMI LAW.
Hi AHaclalea I'm
WA8IIIN(ITtN. Juno II. Hoy A.
Iluynea, of HlllNlMiro. Ohio, entered to
duy upon the dullea of National frohU
lilllon t'iMiiiiilHMliiner aa the aiiccciwor
to John F. Kramer, of .Manafleld. Ohlii.
the flrat Federal I'lohtlilttun Knforce
ment officer. He aald that he had nut
formulated any general Htllcy.
l'Hin rellnnulnhment of the Het he
held alnce Novenila-r ll. Mr. Kramer
iaaued a formal atutement. aettlng forth
Hue pf the more Imiiortunt prolilema
before the new cmumlaaloiier. To make
Iluynea' burden canter, Mr. Kramer aug
seated that tToligreaa enact a biw giv
ing him authority to limit the nuniler
if prwcrtptlona for whlakey which phy.
cuina may laaue and tho quantity of
ahlakey which may I manufactured
and lmorled and to prevent the uae of
ahlakey in medlcinea In which alcohol
ruBtonuii-lly haa lieen uaed.
frlnutry among the prolilema facing
the prohibition eommlaaloner, Mr. Kra
mer raid, will be the neceaalty of main
talnlng an orgnnlaatton which will loy
ally lo tho work he haa to do. W bile
a few prohibition cnforcemetil offk-era
have betrayed their their Iruat, be do-
rlared. the great majority of them are
abaolutely loyal and hnneat.
WIU MID Re rroMen.
"Kt-cond. alcohol will continue to hr
a itrohlem." he aald. "It muet -be en
couraged for Induatrlnl uaea and pur
IMiaea. yet the very alcohol which la ac
valuable In Indu'lrlal llnea of work ran
eaally be made a Mtable liquor.
"Third, the lainler protilem la a ee
rloiia one. in that Hnuora are emuggled
Into the country. Thla will remain a
problem until foreign government ran
aee their way clear to ao adjuat their
lawa that they will not make It diffi
cult for their nelghlior and friend tn
rarry nut the lawa which have been en
arted by their aald neighbor and friend.
"Fourth, the Illicit making of whlakey
and thla eaiteclally. In the Houth will re
main iroblem for aome time to come
"Fifth, the withdrawal of whlakey and
tlcohol from bonda on forged ermlta.
Thla haa lieen one of our greateat prob-
leina and la not altogether aotved.
lineal and atnle aupimrt to federal of
flclala haa become more pronounced,
Mr. Kramer continued.
Jonea la AaaUlanl.
"The eople." he addad. "have In a
rrcnl eatent aiWoted themMvea lo the
new law and lo the changed conditions
which It brought about. Thla. of rnurae
heliai greatly In carrying im the work
under the taw."
Cnmmlaaloner Haynea announced to
night the appointment of J a me R
Jonea. formerly of Youngatown. Ohio,
aa aanlatant federal prohlliltlon cotnnila
aloner. Mr. Jonea haa been connected with the
neaa operation of the llureaii of Plant
recently aa aeMant In charge of hual
lertincnt of Agrh-ullure alnce 1ISS,
TO LEGION HEAD
FUNERAL ORATION DEUV-
ERED BY COL. THEO.
' DORE ROOSEVELT JR.
rr AtMbUd rreak
CINCINNATI. June II. Thouaanda
of pcreona from all walka of life thla
iflcrni-m ilil their luat aolemn tribute
to the memorv l4 Col. Kiel Frederick W.
Halbrallh. national commander of the
American lrfalai. who waa klll.il bud
ThurMlay In an autianobde aciident at
Funeral aenb-ea were held In Muelr
Hall under Ihe auaplcea of the Amerl
an legion and long la-fia-e they U-gun
there waa an entile prm-eaaion of
mourning men. wmnen and children
aalng the ImkIv of Cobmcl Halbralth
which bay In atate In the rot inula of
the big building. Kvery one of the
four thouatmd eeata In Ihe auditorium
of the hall waa taken.
The otiaeiiulea were marked by a
great aimplhit). Ilrlef nratlona were
(bilvrred bv the llev. Jidin llerget. Who
waa chaplain of the 147th Infantry com
mander by Colonel eialbralth In France;
the llev. Fred McMillan, alao an over
aeaa chaplain. Theodore It.aawvelt. aa
alaiant aecretary of the navy, repre
senting the federal government, fia-mer
Congreeeman Vbtor lielntl. in Ohio,
Who waa captain under Oalhralth: Colo
nel Franklin D'Oller, firmer comman
der of the I .eg Ion. and Marcel Knetcht.
director of Ibe French Information aee.
vie tn the Celled Htalea aa the off!-
NEW MEMBER INTERSTATE
. ... .
V I: , !
m HWMt . ate
K. J. Lewli f InillanaiMitla, Chair
man of the Indiana rublla Rerii-e Com
mUuilon, who hat been named by I 'real
dent llardlpg aa one of the memhera of
the Inleratate Oimnierre Commlaalon.
IN TEXAS DEST
IN MANY YEARS
WHEAT IS MORE PROMISING
THAN FIRST EXPECTED,
Py AMrialtd Tim ''.,'
DAt.lVtf, June II. ) ncral.i iMp con
(tltlona tn Trxaa are IwHier thla waaon
than In many yearn, according to re
lairta reolveci by the Texaa Imlnatrlal
tNaigreaa during the Innt wi-k. Timely
ahnwera. with Interval of good grow
Ing wither during May, togither with
kond.raina during the flrat week In
lune, 1m ve benefltti'd all cropa In every
ectlon of the atate, ai-cordlng to a bul
letin laaued by the congrcaa.
The 'eottun croM haa la-en reduced
thliiy ier cent. In acreage and with
ixiTptlon of parte of l-Uat Texa. la
growing well, although from one lo
three week late, Moll weevil are mak
In their apcrance In Cenlrat, Kaat
and NiMtheaat Texna earlier than uaual
w hich niakea It toalile to combat them
with i-alclum araenute. or where the
iluniage la actlmia to plow up the crop
and plunt focaao and feed. I'lcklng haa
crin bi Houthweet Texna where a
hnrtuge of laUir la i-rttortvd. Tm much
i rtln In Kaat Teaaa bna hindered culti
vation. Ilarvretlng of wheat and onta haa l
gun In Central und Nmih Texaa and
la moving rapidly toward the Panhan
dle. The yield promlai-a lietter thmi
rxtecei. i The i-orn crop la reMa-ed In
excellent rnnillllon all of the alale. The
'ondltlon of the b.iy crop la alan-e that
or butt year alth a yield cxiiected to
i xiieed I.WMI.mm tone. The aarh crop
la eetlmated at I ..Mmi.imio buhila and
ehlpmonta olreaily hnve begun. Uvr
rtock and runge condition are ri .orted
TAMOXA CROP MAKES
17 DUSHELS PER ACRE
TAIIOKA. Tex.i. June ll.-ltrit
rwna In thla action wbah amounted
lo about five Imbr will flnlah ma
luring the whinl cnei. The average
ed Will bi) itbo'lt IT l.u'. I T aj-re
lr. thla atii of Itu- South I'lnlna. Maian
hiid cotbui en p are alao cry pronila
DAILY NEWS WILL NOT PLAY BALL.
In recent Utue of The Daily Newt (here eppetureti a Ute
ment that the forces on the paper will play a f amo of baseball
this forenoon with a company of actors. This statement was not
published by anyone in authority, and the management of the
editorial and business offices had not the slightest intimation that
such article was written, or would appear.
The Daily News is not concerned with, or interested in, any
baseball game that may be played on this, or any other Sunday
forenoon. This paper is emphatically opposed to any game of
baseball, even if played by those in no way connected with its
forces, during Sunday school or church service hours. The
personnel of the management in the editorial, business and me
chanical departments is prominently connected with the religious
and business life of Amarillo, and stands for the highest 'phase of
good morals, at all times.
This statement is published so that those who looked with
seriousness on tho unauthorised, supposedly humorous article
about the game purporting to be under contemplation by the
"Daily News force" for this forenoon, may know that no intention
tfcisted and no such publication was authoriteA Joe L Pope,
II Q PDITIPICCn
!Ui Oi Ulll I IUIOlU
FOR HER STAND
LA NACION ATTACKS GOV
ERNMENT ATTITUDE TO
WARD OLD MEXICO
SAYS GRAVE CONFLICT MAY
FLARE UP IN REPUBLIC
UNLESS NATION AIDED
Bf Awanaiaa rreia.
Hl'KNOR All:i:. June ll.-l.ii Nil
rlon crltlclMlng toituy the imllcy of the
preacnt adinlnlalrallnn In Wiialilnglon
twiwrd Mexico, any the action of the
Wuahlngtoti govcrninei-.l In reiulrlng
Mexico to algn a irly na a condition
of recognition by I he I'nited Hla lea la
Incoiniwtlblu with tho aoverelgn right
The newMiMr iiuolra with npprnval
thn aUtcnient of lrelibnt (Miregon In
April la at In which he aald there waa
ho precedent III International law Juatl
fylng the iN-tltlon' that Mexico algn a
treaty aa the price of recognition of Ita
government, t Nation continue:
"The capital point at thla moment la
not the character of the cnndlllona Im
IMiaed but the (act of their lmMltlnn.
The Mexican government la not dlcuaa-
Ing the condition themaelvea but the de
mand for their acceptance aa the plica
of recognition. The multiple Intereata,
not alwaya legitimately connected with
the development of the policy of the
I'nited Htalea and other countrlea In
Mexico, are at preacnt neratlng only
Indirectly on Ilia Mexican (biwrninent
which above all refuaea to accept a de
mand not Juatlfled by the preoedenta
of International law and Incomiwllble
with the rlghla of Ita aoverelgnty.
"Hut in Iheae-terma It la difficult to
find any loop hole tn avoid the pnaelhlll-
ty of a grave conflict which I liable to
-cur aa the flrat coneequence if Mex-
t. returning to the atnte of anarchy
from which ita preacnt government la
an iialnrully extracting It. The reaixm
ailtllltlea would be too great tn I taken
In a light aplrlt liecauae it la difficult to
realgn oneaelf to believing that private
Intereata, ao much aiioken of In thla
buaineaa would be ao powerful aa tn
play with the deatlnlew of a people,
which, by Ita own mlafortunea, nierita
conalderata and internal aid."
TO DR. J. B. GK!:.3RELL
Ht Aienrlalrd rreav
TiAI.I.AH. Texaa. June II. Funeral
acrvlcea of lr. J. B. Ilambrell. fia-mer
prealdent of the Houthem ItHital Con
vention and prominent Itapllat preach
er, ediicnlnr and editor, were loid In
Hie Klrat Baptlat Chun-h here thla af
ternoon. attendi-d by neveral hundred
ticraoiia. many from remote aeclbma of
Hie Htale. lar. tleorge W. Trilett. of
lialUa, preached the funeral eermon.
euloglxlng the doraaecd aa "a aplendld
citlxen, eoaloua preacher, tender hue
hand and father and noiue i iirmuan.
i The funeral cortege wa one of the
I Imigeet which ever mid tribute to a do
cacd Imllwa cltlfli.
iUKEH VOTES FOB
I school bo;;o issue
i I..w1mI t The Near
, CI-KKNIXN, June 1 1 -The bawl
I li.di-ia-mleiit a. h.il dlatrb t voted aeven
I ty five thounnd ilollara worth of bonda
t lor building puipoeea and an lnrr ner
I in the lial inalnlcnance lux from ft
' iinta to one dollar on the hundred did
i lata valuation. The matter wa paaecd
j by a vole of two to one.
DHEDS FAY TRIBUTE
SEEKING CONTROL OF CHINA
"lir" aM eaeta mmm, aaa
It la reMiitil rioin Ciotnp Wut Hun
Vat Hen la trying to gi-t I'nrllament to
ilocbire lilm lh rtahtful I'realdcnt of
China. It la rumored that be Intend to
caliibllah a Hovlct ayatem of governinont
ORDERS SIMS TO
RETURN TO U. S.
ADMIRAL IS CONDEMNED IN
WAHIHMITON. June M. Il-ar Ad
miral Hlina waa ordered homo from
lumbal today y Hwrctary tienhy aa
a rcaiilt or hla recent emm-lt attacking
Finn Kelo aymiNithlxera In the I'nited
Htatea. The aecretary explained that
he had received mi reply front the of
ficer In rcaaiae to hla nieawife Inquir
ing If preaa illatl-hea bad nde4 cor
teclly rxcerpta from Ih im-.i-Ii, and had
Jccldcd to revoke Ihe remainder of the
adinlral'a leave and order blm to report
The order, however, waa nut expect
il tn eMillfc Admiral HluiX' return
from Kngland aa he hud already plan-ni-d
In id urn on Iho liner Olvmple
ahb h anil next Weilneadav and la the
flrat available ablp for itnaaag.
I loth senator and rcprearnlallvea at
Ihe capital aald tialay thry.'had re
oved many ti-b-crama from their con-alltii'-nt
In regard lo the caae, aome
'living Hint the admiral lie putilahed
;ind othet urging he lw aupixatod In
IIh- cvnlroteray. t
JURORS FOR TERM
TO ASSEMBLE RERE
Tlility grand Jiuoia and p-tll )ur
r will apiH'ar for duty In f.-d.-ial court
i.-ie loioi4-row. The plnaie waa kept
im-lty buay rUitmd.iy with nMaangea
mm the aiiiiiiiHaiid Jur.a aaklng to
m em UH.-.I, but aa hurvoet la not null
IimiIv all aakllig Were not eliMIMt-d
The ti-lcpbotie caae from latlhart waa
iot r-H-h.-l HulunLiy, arguuunit on a
"ff.it 'tig rw i-lveililp .ro rtr fnan
Ihillaa Ih-Ihb pinloiiK-l. I ft time I
loiltid Ibe iMlliait caae will la i a Hill
met line Hue week.
I'rf-eld. the Juiv ciieea and re't
f the in H N.I JiiV to IM-iive attention
hla wick. ntunill)t.ition mutter mill
tnk.-n up, It la not known whether
n xainlnliiK -ft l -t will Im. lo-ie fiom
'he Itnoilai iitlon d pirlnn tit
IM ltOTltlNs ItKAI II t.LSMIV
H, Aaenrlaled I'm
til.AtUiliW. June II Tiller hundred
hii.I fiftv debgap-n fi..m A'li.il.an lt
my 'Int. ariiv.il h-c liliy In Iter
l.lulte III the I ill, I II ttioltlll I -mh col ion
4 I!. .l.ii.iii in I'.diiit.iiiu'i. Im aluniiig
. , . r-
M i.T TrA Huiiriar and Monday
Mrll ibiurt); watl'rrd alinwrra In
I'. N. Ib-pvlnM-ot of rh ulture,
Weather 1 1 urea u.
T iomi utiii.. I.) houia at
7 a. m . .
a m.. . .
a. ni.. .
ie a m. .
II a. ni .
p. m .
Im !:, H.1; Uw
7 l"n. 7 am
Hry temieratnre. . . 7
Wet temperature.... 7
TO BE FORMED SHOBTLV
WASHINGTON, June II. (By Aocited Pre()-Utefn
financiers would join with western banks in providing loans to cat
tie raisers under tho plan being worked out by tho treasury for fur
nishing needed credit relief without Governmental participation la
Details of the plan, which is expected to bo in tho nature cf
banking pool to raise the necessary money through private dxa
nets, are to be considered at a conference of bankers . In the live
stock growing sections called to meet Wednesday in Chicago by
luvllHllona to Hie meeting were la
auiil by Mr. Mellon after conference
here wllh J. I. Morgan, the govermaa
of thn l-'cdcral Iteaerve IWtnk of New
Viak and Kenan City, Kugene Myer,
Jr., managing director of Ilia war fi
nance cihimitnIIoii, and a number of
Heimlora from thn cattle alalea.
Meanwhile an Inveallgnllon of the
feaalhlllty of the prnHNala.la being eon
ducted In Hie Wet by Onvcrnor Hard,
lug of I lie l-'cdcriil Iteaerve Idaird, who
la louring the rattle growing alalea, and
Mr. Myer who la In New York, Ireaaury
orflclnl ail Id IoiiIkIiI.
Caedit exlcnalon lo the live alta-k In
iltlMtry through private channela, It
waa aaaerted, could nol only lie mndn
available more tiulekly than under leg-
U.S. POLICIES 1(1
MEXICO ARE HIT
. IN RESOLUTIONS
SINGLE TAXER8 DEPLORE
'AVARICE" OF AMERICAN
WAHIIINUTUN. June ll.-lli.rn
val of Ihe administration' Mexican nol-
V'l. waa rxpn-aaed In a reaolutlon adopt.
ed today at the concluding aeaabMl Of
Ihe National Mingle Tag League. The
reaolutlon npopaed any action by-the
American government to obtain removal
of the IS mv cent exiiort duty on oil
n-rently inipoacd by Mexkan aa an un
warranted Interference upon Ihe power
of Ihe t lover nnient and dcplied Ihe
"avarbf" of American fill Intereata.
No grounda have lawn offered to Ihe
Htale lleiiartment lo abow that the duty
Waa dlacrlmlnalia-y or conflaeatory the
reaolutlon an Id. .and eieakcra who dla
ruaaed Ihe aubj.4-la exprraacd the, fere
that Inlerferemi' by the American flov
eminent might lead to further rompll
callona. INZER TO SPEAK
, . ,,.... -uin. nt
John W. Inner will addreaa rlllxena of
; Amarillo at the Klrat Chrlallan rimn-h
next Wedenaday night. MaJ. K. V lt'oa.
; comniamler of llnnaon piail. American
i leeln. a In receipt of a telegram from
1 Mr. Inwr announcing he will la here
I Wi-ilnewUiv. and the meeting la being
arranged fir. '
. . . . . , i . i ,
Mr. inxer im national rnapwin ior iim
legion, and la one of the moat widely
known men of Ihe onler. In company
with Theodore llraaieeelt Jr. ha travel
rd Ibe country once, delivering a
rice of lot urea. He la ronaldered tha
irongcat exiMment of legion principle. mi HIH lllT'TCTi
and CianinMnder U'aia laanxloua that he Hlil lilll II lltfrll
la. given tha reception to which he la j "II MIW llrillltaWK
entitled by reaaon of hla atatlon. . ..
All paatnra in the city will announce , 8peril u The Nee. . t
the meeting today, and mcmliera of thai HIIAMIiia'K. June II. The rain haa.
Ilolary. Klwania and I. Ion a clulai are , Mi.ai-cutly ccaacd. much to Ihe aatla-,
tn I t lnvlt.il In a laaiy. Hpeclal Invlta- j . turn of cvei yualy and crnp cMidltittia
Hon. I'm. la extended thn public. were never Im-Ut In the hhnir-k ter-
Chaplain Inxer'a home la In Clncln-! ritory. The fiirmcia are ineparlng !.
nail but he la nnw In lialUa on hla way hi v-t Ibe grratrat wheat crop In
to the I'anbandln. I eara. v
INTEREST IH 0IM FIELB
It.iiur. evi l .Hid HW'I i 'iditna ellKbt -
. . . .
J i ,.i... autoii.4ula ate axain limn-
I .-A I tl.,- ml mo. I ana well imr
v thou- of Caraou I'ounty. , l- None l lo ve the entire Hurkbuilietr)
j (,a ( ( ( it )hi ri(i iu.ull:,r,rni.h of i.w.ime arr-a ni( one varl,
und oih- r iMirtli-a will make a trip
Hi. Huikhtimctt ran. Ii t.Uv. Oil lie
Intel. .t.il in a new ..nil"ii will he
am. mil the vl-lt-H t.abiy. and It Ie aald i
that Ihe lontHin Will I' m ule .Monday, j
I i A iii-m Mnii'N i unti l nlng Ihe Humble
dn wr:l w t lr- uUi.-d m the atneta ll
! niaht. The Ibimlde haa not Imm-o a -llfli
aoune of n.-wa. and many are tha;
atial. a that have emanate irmn mat
will. The tatt la that thr bit I In,
. . 1- . . . ..... I .K
a flinty uiwiance nnq inai u o
1 d. ld.il to i v o-ratlon and pull the i
icgMna. IK her atolb-a that
! ruU.t.-d al-.ut the well are to the effect
. had been atrm k, and that the etruo-
lure all the way down conformed to
that of the Oulf well that encountered
la good flow ! oil re mitre away.
InIhIIoii lo Hrmlt the .War flnanre Cor
IHiralleii to handle fMi.fMMi.IHM) In ratqe
loan, but would enable the initre effec
tive cioM-ratloM of Ilia Federal, Reaerva
I ton id under the former N-oiaal. off!-
tola aulil. The atlhlv three year rat
lin paa-r woiild bn Inejlgible for re
dlMcount by ltecrve Itenke but kwna
fitan private banka with .maluritlea up
In alx loonlha omiUI la hamlU'd ly the
reaervn ayaleui, which would Mrengthen
the altiutllon meaaureably. , Kftirla to
meet Hie catllo orcdlt problem through
private i bimnela la aald to ! In line
with frealdenl llardlug'a pulley of
government aid In buaineaa gather than
federal artli lHitliin In th actual con
duct of indutriut,actlvltiraH -
GIVE RATES TO
PLANS UNDSI WAY TC2
CEPTioit jjo enriirra ,
. i .
riana are now under way, mhlf f
reault In 'railroad 'graritlt.rr" J
rate to ahetiffa tW't
k-o and Oklahoma, wbo'caie kin tiif
it, IS and H, to attend tfce ajuual
convention of tha Ttxaa Jherfa' AaM
elation. It hag beep annovei, t 'tet
Ibairif of City Develomtct t j : j
Kntertalnmenl featurea f orJ'lUe otav
ventlon arf alao being arranevd as rap
idly aa ixaialbte It waa .ortlnally In
tended to hold a rodeo here at the amine
time of the convention, .but .tola plan
waa abandoned aeveral day ago, when
It waa found to ha too expenaiye aa!
undertaking. , . ' ,
Vheriff llurton Iliaich will probably,
Im. In charge of arrangement for the .
reception of Ihe aherlffa. It la aipeoted
that at Icaat SSS wlU attend the cooven-j
lion. It will ha the flrat aUte eonven-j
(Ion ever held In Amarillo. -
01 LEASE SUIT
The Miller Deahl ault in dlitrlct court i
' bivolvlng leiae on . aiTea of land In .
tinned tn next Thuraday.
Kaluiday waa. tha calendar end of,
III, May i abort term of court, but.
the oil b-aae milt having atarted wlfl be'
i flnlahed. Will A. Miller.. Jr., wa the,
bint wltneaa on the eland and there gre-'
a number of wltneaaea yet to .tentify.
i .i, aigunienta
of Uwyere lo be
ate ml nun who tteva Ibe
will la a good ktpai,' ard
there are othera who do not believe It
tOi,ke i.( oil. It la generally believed the
n ,..- N- . w,i Bnd It hi
It". " ... ... ...v , - -" ,
rcctlona frian the well. Inalead 4 tn a
aouthweet.tly ilir'Uon Inward the
Humble, aome hold t the theory tawt
the oil ik iaaata lie n-th and eaat. "tti
lalter ontentlon would be ftr' J
tieiiglhened If the Humble ehoCJ
tually turn out to be dry bole. .
A number of dew la. none lnv..' 1
large aiiuMinla of arraage t-1 f
made tha et weeg. ana n ) "
en I a revival of Intereflt la t. 3
with landing the low p-
A number of new tor- '
, talked for CSrenn aafl I
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