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Let Every Citizen Wire Asking for Big Tractor Demonstration!
Amamllo Daily News VOL XII. NO. 147. Associated Pre. Service; Leased Wire Report. AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1921 32 PACES IN FIVE PARTS PRICE FIVE CENTS BUU9 II max KITS 1 SHOE FHBuHISS mm mm mm IFlUSE fill m DUTV e n iwre TULSA, Okla., June 25. (By Allocated Press) Charges against immoral resorts, State laws against automobile theft and rioting, and permit ting weapons to be carried by citizens, figured in the five accusations against John A. Gustafson, chief of police of Tulsa, returned today in indict ments against him and other officers by the Tulsa County grand jury investigating the cause of re cent race riots here which caused the deathh of 35 persons. Indictments were also returned to District Judge Valjean Biddison, against Ray Ward and Roy Meacham, city detectives, B. L. Waddell, chief of police of Sand Springs and one of his officers, F. P. Williams. Upon recommendation of the jurors, Judge Biddison, on suggestion of Attorney General Free ling immediately issued an order suspending the officers. Cting alleged facts to suport the contention that there art many forma of law violations openly operated m the city, and autonsobile theft was, and U far too common the jurora in their report to Judge Biddison, called upon all good Citizens to take a more active part in the selection ofjrity and county officers. Blame for the rioting was placed hy the grand jury squarely at the door of the hand of armed negroes who marched to the court house the night of May 31, ostensibly in protection of a negro youth held in jail on an assault charge. The jurors declared there was no mob spirit among the whites who gathered at the court house an hour before the negroes appeared and that these whites were not armv and were drawn to the court house by rumors of a lynching and were for the most part unarmed spectators. Thr arruatHn a(.ilnt ChWt llti.taf-. autMixiMU- thk-vra anil ariTvtiil and asn nmuinlna; five count. hargfa thin harixf atuh-n i-ara; h'i uwil liia irrk-ea krr with ruling ! rati nv tlx i lly , t carry m lmlni-a 4 hla ivatr dr- utdlnawi-rw attain! thr "&r f lliuir and nialntmamv nf dtannfc-rly h.u and r.4alin 4 Slat law a again! Iii-titr aicrti y, aii-rtlng ttMn-y (c In tmticatluna whkh ahmikl hv Mrrn-t out ljr thr rlty without mat l BIG 000ZE SWAG SEIZED 111 RAIDS ON 6 BREWERIES THOUSANDS OF CASES AND BARRELS OF BEER ARE CONFISCATED XKW OKIJCANH, Iju June SV Thuuaanda a raara and harrrla nf brrr, alhgd I ranlaln mure tlian I he prearrthrd alruhollc ritnlent were arlied bjr prutiibltlua acrnla hrra lale luday (runt all brewrrlra. Omrlala aaid It waa the hlgteal raid f ita kind thai had been held In Ihte eeantrr. The plant a raided were ihoae at lh Standard. IMile, Amrrkan. VtA-, lumbla. National aud t nlon llrew erjr roaiiaay. The following quantl Ilea f hrrr arrording la the authar lliea wrre arUrd: 4.1 IS raaea, I.MS harrrla, US raaka and a quantity of half barrrla and kwae boll Ira. Of. Uriah) aaaownrrd thai praeeedlnfa wauld he InMituled la ram-el Ilia hrewerW prraila and formal rhargra ef vkdallnf the Vtdalead art ludfrd again! company uffk rial. AMARILLO GUARD TO BE FEDERALIZED SOON lienrral Inlrrrat prevail In the a aiiraiiiv llutt Hie National (tuard In Amarillo l to be rroVrallird. ar rnrdlng to klalenirnla made by nra. hera of thr organization Katurday. It la andrrvtood that nfflrera of tha Inltrd Matra anny HI he hrre la ut Ik-tally rrrognfor Im hiral guard, VYrdneadar. In urdrr to be rrady liar the vUil of the Army offirrra, the fuUowing oflktal nrdrr haa brrn Iwurd: "All nieinbera who hate algnrd up fur rnlMmrnt In II f'umpany Ittnd Infantry Teaa National fiuarda, ara hrrrby ordrred to be prearnt protnut ly al t a'rlork Nuuday llhia) aflrr noun, mt Amrrtmn liritbin llaid. quartrra M3 Hui-lianan atrrrl. Lav ptirtaiit buitlnpa la la hr tranaartrd. -Ilartry M. Kady, Captain lUad Inlanlr). t'oniniaudln(.M EARLY PASSAGE OF TARIFF BILL SEEN BYG. O.P. MONDELL SAYS MEASURE WILL PASS 8ENATE BE FORE JULY 20 JAP ARMY COSTS WILL BE LOWERED TOKIO. June !3 The army rati matra fur Uie aril fWal year amount la to tliouaand alty mil lion yrn. arrordins la Mewapaprr ra piaia. Till turn la allihlty Iraa than lal yrara ralunalea. WASIIIMiTON, June SJ-l'aa-aace of the tariff bill by Ihe llouaa Iwltarr July It waa prrdk trd today by both rprrrilalite MonaVB. KriHiMkan Immw IraaVr. ho ron Irrrrd with I'mUral Harding and by Chairman rordnry of Ihr aa and noan rommillrvu. Tbry al mi airrrd lhal Ihe rrtnma biU would be Ufc.ru up Immrdlalrly upon paimagr of IIm tariff aaraaura and Mr. Mondrll adaVd thai Ihe aprrtel arin of roM(rea ttnttld end nhrn Ihe la a bill waa rnrlrd. Krprramlatlve l-orduey an nuuurrd that Ihe larifl bill would he prrarnlrd formally la the bouae nel Halurday atfrraman after drma rralkr rommiltrrmen had brrn len an optMartuuily to i an idi r m full roanutillre the wwaaure framed by Ihe Krpwbiiran membrra. mam sms ghe DENVER. June 25. (By Associated Press.) President Samuel Gonv peri, America's veteran labor leader, overwhelmingly defeating his first se rious opposition since 1894. today was returned to office with his entire administration for another year by the Amercan Federation of Labor. . This sweeping victory, the labor chief said tonight at the close of the federation's forty-frst annual convent on, demonstrated that the American tradi Union movement "willnot submit to dictation from the forces of cor ruption cr greed neither the Hearsts nor the Garys can chart our course or select our leaders. "Ottf movement ia united. It i prepared to be aggreaaive in defence of the rights of the teal era, It will not be swerved from its course. It wi U be a sad day for the aspirations el the working people of our land when corrupt and intriguing interests can either divide our movement, change our course or destroy its leadership. The vote today has demonstrated to the world that we have not yet come upon that day. The whole work of the convention, the resolutions and declarations adopted, the policies in dicated, mean for the future a united progressive militant movement following upon a progressive, fruitful and militant past I -For myself, I may say that the work of the convention aad the result of the election im I am proud ? Ira ling f autmiH4-4.-a. t-itta-tlun and In tiwut'btinanla; faib-d In Mi4wt lifr Ming. In lb thirr laltrr i- Mint ta!aul inirty during thr r' tliMurti atvuiotion rta out that the rhkf haa am-ra f May SI and Junr I, ami r ruimlNrO with llay Ward Jind lty i futrd to dlmrni Uth whllra and nr Mm ham ! !"(. t ami n-k-aw fnan Ki-a who wit r.niililr fa- thr )all men known to Ihr otfut-ra In lr r tiii lfr in Hmhw iliya. CMD.1T;l";0nLD8EQIE8 mm. liiiL una states EUi:i:32,pno3EGOTio;snYS with satisfaction, gratitude and pride, not for myself but for our movement. CHICAGO, June ZS. (By Associated Press) With the case of the j torvement and mv life shall be liven to it in the fu ture as it has been for these many years. eighteen men indicted in connection with the lilt world series scan, dal only thirty-sis hours away, the prosecution tonight let it be come known through official sources that arrangementa had been cosnpleted for at least one of the defendants to turn states evidence and that others alleged to have "been on the inside" in the case, hut not indkted, would testify for the slate. From both prosecution and defense came formal announcement that there would be no further delay. Judge Hugo Friend, former. y a noted athlete, before whom the trial is scheduled to start Mon day, notified both sides today that ho would permit no unnecessary delay. CDXTIXI'KD ON"YAOE TWO DEBT ffiE I MM 1 FllfflT WASHINGTON, June 25. (By Associated Press) While expressing disapproval of tha Nor ris bill to create a one hundred million-dollar cor poration' to aid in farm exports, Secretary Hoover told a Senate committee today that the adssinutra tion recognized the serious economic plight of American farmers and was engaged in "Mobiliz ing private banking credits to prevent the forced liquidation" of farm commodities, particularly cotton and sugar. "Let us first attempt," he said Mto prevent forced liquidation of these commodities by rncbil izing private capital, as has been dons already in the cattle industry and then if we fail, there will ba time enough to get the government to take up ths burden directly." Pointing out that the United States had sent to Europe a billion dollars worth of food stuff ia tha last eleven months, Mr. Hoover said it "was. evi dent that the governments and peoples thtre. find money for foods," but conceded that tha titurticn as to cotton was worts, "because thsy tend J3 re duce their normal requirement of tsstils." . One wishes to make many mental reservations upon the esir's recuperation in Europe," Mr. Hoover aaid in the course of Us C cusaion of the economic situation ovtrsoai, "but the securities pos sible to obtain cannot be classed as Al." Chairman Norris referred to the administration b3 which Con gress haa been asked to pass empowering general steps to fessi all of the war debts which the United States holds, The object of that hill is to get these loans in some sort el shape for kandTing,w Mr. Hoover said, and when pressed for a state ment as to whether the treasury intended to permit exchange of German reparations securities, he said. . ' "Writ. i la nultr awl4r tail lhr,aalnt I hi. drbl. and that Ihrv Would Inw.iNjr rouhl git Mlf an-uiltlra hy i lliaivrr rranaided. "I I I-UtT" okinanCifB - H in arrwnira !,. ... MlWll, HuuU .kk-. nw fair, f.c lrinn lmd " wniM irlv ua bHlrr arrurlty. Na ana "Iceland i-wr fMir Ullliaia," Aftiilia-! ai4aara lht Ihr t'altrd Htatea aaxHiid S'ivtu aatd '! rii anran In aar wrlrxihancr 4 arrurttjr fC Iraa gwd, woukl I aahr4 to takr (Srrman lilalau far aa I know." Of Wears in serious times, but we face them undaunted and with confidence and rooTage." Thr UInit thlrfa f.ari-B iitailr a rlran I I'lillrd Minr Wukrra. Ly a i-lr i4 JS.-1 1. knl with artatia. Thr r'r w,r. trmn Ihe brnlnnlna. wli-n lrra. BiJ to 12 324. lr fra waa unll..wlna wlifc lr-di-nt iira waa rrturmil l.i Hit Tlir v. Mr w.ta Ukrn amul aonra il ,-atra and Ihrir limd. kn ana Haidrniy f. Im f.ttrth llmr. hv th wild rnlhunlaMii. rtvalma lh.r t4 wa- afflauaw awH audil.alura al rrry fratlnir Ji-hn I IjiwI. rri.l.iit i4 thr jtiimal nnrntnna. Thr (illrrlra wrre . J. MT WILUS ELECTS S!Kl BISTQICT SEMO DALLAS, Teaas, June 2S. (By Associated Press) J. Hart WCU, Democrat, was elected State Senator from the sixth district, eeen posed of Dallaa and RockwaQ counties, m a special election twJJ here today to choose a successor to the late J. C McNeahu. mm o? urn m cm BIS OUT II) WRL 0.1DEL , NEW YORK, June ZS. (By Associated Press. )-The New York urb today gave up Ha outdoor life. When the chimes of old Trinity pealed the noon hour, the babel that for years has marked the curbs operations on Broad Street died down to a murmur after final roar. Monday the curb market will have a roof over its head and four walls to shield it from the gase of the curious. But the final roar waa unprecedented. Brokers multiplied the shouts, the furious wiggling of fingers, the waving of arms, the swing of caps and the mad nuuing that have made the curb seem like a band of deaf mutes holding carnival with acouslntances from lunatic asylum. I'd nl Ihr ah wrnt ana-re 4 v.irt-. nt thrlr wln kua lailrr fr thr Urt ei4ia-rd -a and Murre J.nkr:a rurl ante haMlawtmla hy whkh brofcrie rti twd hrafclr trk Th wlira In win ewa ali'Ve Ihr atrrrt In thr l h.nl hrraj a Mr in Ml Ihrtr rttrrarnUllrra whkh Mt ihr tm air tiaUy fnan Ihr tthrr Mkiwa In the arramlk-. rra Iranaai1r4 hualnrM In llmr. Ni4aaty acrrra il Ihr ditr whrn thr hitalnraa 4 oVwtlnc In Wnllatrd aiTUli tfc-a n the rurli i4 Ha atari, hut MTJ ntarkrd ta-aanltatknt i-f the aaaorlalln Ita mmv rain rr hrhiw. Nlndilr ftnan-a. Ihrnuah whkh' mow. alrH a- ewnahlnr, and In Ihr un Ihr earn In Ihe wlnoVraa and thr wwa n I knowing. It ainiM-d thrjr Wrtr rvrr In taa atrrrt aai hantHI aagn ai.-H-a. I rhaa, Ei3D!GFAjlLyiS6n0wi;:8 The News gladly voices appreciation of the liberal patronage from advertisers of Amarillo, Eastern and Northeastern New Mexico, and points more remote, evidenced in today's issue. Another matter in which there is pardonable pride is the extraordinary and constantly growing subscription patronage of The News In Amarillo, the Panhandle-Plains of Texas, New Mexico and Western Oklahoma. These are unmistakable and indisputable proof of endorse ment by the public, of the editorial and business policies of The News. Those who are subscribing for and reading, and advertising in the columns of The News, show thereby thet they appreciate a newspaper that dares to back up its honest convictions in the interest of the general good. Full leased Associated Press wires couple The News with every point of the civilized globe. The News readers do not have to ask for the "latest news," it is theirs at the hands of an able corps of local writers in Amarillo, a bunch of live-wire corre spondents from over the Texas Panhand1ePlains Country, New Mexico and Western Oklahoma, and the justly world-famed As sociated Press. Depend on The News for the great Dempsey-Carpentier fifht, blow-by-blow, round-by-round, incident-by-incident, from the very begininng. The News furnishes world-wide and local news. while it is news. If it's aews you want-read THE NEWS! Iffii LEADERS IMP TO PARLEY I KM! IS POINTED OUT LONDON, June 2S. (By Associated Press)-Declaring that the IS IpflDTJIMpC f)C British government is deeply anxious that King George's appeal for Ull I JUtUL Ul reconciliation in Ireland shall have not been made in vain. Premier j jp n ftTrtlJ CfV'f Uovd Ceoree has despatched a letter to both Eamonn De Vetera,! HHU I Ull OIIU W the Irish republican leader, and Sir James Craig, the UUter premier, urging that a conference be held between government representa tives and those of nothern and southern Ireland. The letter which is dated June 24, is couched sn identical terms 1 to both Mr. De Val-ra and Sir James, except for necessary verbal W changes. I -The British government," is said, "are deeply ansious that as far as they can assure it, the king's appeal for reconciliation shall ; not have been made in vaN. Rather than allow another opportunity for a settlement in Ireland to be caat aside, they feel it incumbent on them to make a final appeal in the spril of the hing's words for a conference between themselves and representatives of southern and northern Ireland. I write, therefore, to convey the following snvitatioa to you as the chosen 'reader of the great majority in Southern Ireland to Sir James Craig, premier of Northern Ireland. CU.NTIMUU W.N fAUC TWO . C. IRVIN 8AYS EVEXY CITIZEN SHOULD WOE BARTHOLOMEW , "Mrr) rillrrn In Ihr l'anhandh I1.un rrwnlry. ahawld wire 4. B. ;jrlM4Mtir, tare. N1h liana la. a kla the hralum f the Me- Irwtl Trartar Hi m ralhaa al AmaiitK" drrlaed VYaMrr C. tr tin. arrwlili-nl at the AawHIa-ran-hamllr .iMawaullte AoiSjatlan, alMUy. -Tin. a aasMrd- Mr. In In. "ha whartl Ikeae OJ.NTIMXU UN VAC