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Daily News and Daily Panhandle Combined VOL. XII. NO. 269. Associated Press Service; Leased Wire Reports. AMARILLO, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1921-12 PACES IN TWO PARTS PRICE FIVE CENT3 mm mm i mi p m m ' '.; -l 11 German Peace Officially ProclaimedReplacement To rinrvr nr orniro IwnMiUl I A II Cfl If VP ATTN C DAICCDQ 1 Be More Elastic rmol ur denied ..uiiihii jhilcu OF THREE STEPS I UNTIL SHE IS U. S.ISTO TAKE; READYJO TALK OFFICIAL ENDING OF WAR MRS. GRACE DAVIS SAID TO WITH AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY NEXT. ft AsMlatid trrm WASHINGTON. Nov. 14 Peace between Hit I nlted Slate and (icr many wax formally proclaimed tit day by President Harding. Tim iceidciit in m -nclniiitloti algm-d I 3:5i t. m. declared the state of war between Hie lulled Mate anil Germany, r inline front April 6, 117, la have terminated in fact, July S, 151 . when Hie join! aar rrwtlulUm of Congress wa p pruied by IIm executive, lasiiniue of th' rM lainutlnn, which followed exchange of ratification of I he treaty of Per I In. effected Aitiilstice V y In the (icrmun capital, win con aldcred the first of aerie of three M) ih. which when completed, will re turn the fulled State tn a iitnpk'te js-ace atutua. The second slop prob nitty will ! th prumulKUtion of a proclamation that the wnr with Austria him ended and the third th Ihxiiiiih bf u similar proclamation with reMi:l to Hungiuy. HAVE REFUSED TO ANSWER QUIZ. ACTUAL SHIP SCRAPPING COST FOR U. S. TO BE NEARLY HALF BILLION, MINUS ANY SALVAGE ARMED MARINES PROTECT MAILS WIm-ii Mr, l.rarf Itavl. mani curist at a local hotel barbersliln, it alleged lo have refued to answer , certain (piellnii In-fore Ihe grand Jury yesterday, she wa promptly liken down to district court before Indue Henry K. Itiahnp.- An otMrtutiily wan Itlvrn Imt again to answer the itiPllona, nr state Imt willingness to do mo, but she remained obdurate liefore- Hip court. .fudge Itlihop then sen fenced her to jail until she an nounced her wlllliidirs to testify before the fraud jury and alio fined h.r SI 00. Oiv question which it la Mated that il was hi'ld iipproprl.-ite to ask her and v.hii h she In wild 1o have refused to answer dcult with whether she. waa ae ununited with J. t Hendy, local bur-h-r who Is .ilh-Ked 1 have lieen at tu kid on the ('in, j on road the ninlit of Nov. 4. Miii. I in v m and a friend. Mr. I'liiay Maildox, were churned alniiR with five in-ii in the alb-cod "white rapping" (II SI'S. Attorney for Mr. Davl tiled writ of halieiiM i orpu prnct eding and It la omuI that they will le Hied todiiy. The grand Jury resumed 11a work yesterday nun live iiiok imenii were re lutr.el to the court. WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press) Actual cost to the United States of the scrapping of the present naval building program naval officials estimated today, would b between $400, OOO.OCO and $500,000,000 exclusive of any salvage plan that might reduce that total. In the statement to the conferer.:e on limitation of armament Saturday, presenting the American proposal, Secre tary Hughes said the work already done had cost $330,000,000 but these figures do not include costs incident to abandonment of ships under construction. Assistant Secretary Roosevelt said today that the American pro grain would save the government about $200,000,000 in naval expen ditures. The figure is the difference between the total cost of com pletion of the ships about $600,000,000 and what scrapping them all would cost. Included in the scrapping costs are allowances for re imbursement of contractors for work they have been compelled to do in their yards in preparation for the huge craft to be built. CATTLE RAISERS OPPOSE DUTY ON j MEXICAN STOCK HIGHER TARIFF ON DAIRY j PRODUCTS ARE SOUGHT OF COMMITTEE. SENT AMARILLO CHANGE AGREED UPON IN INCOME TAX STATEMENT DEVIL DOGS ARE ORDERED BY HAYS TO SHOOT TO KILL. I nllcrf Male niaiiiM x, armed Willi rrf'p and automatic pistols, and with instruction to shoot lo Mil if nrcpary, airlted In Anu r'llo yrterda on the noon tort Woith and Ik-iivpr, and Hip mom iiiK Nanla Kp train. TIicp were Hie fir I of Hip murines that are pxiwcted to acmninnnv trnin with re(i'erril nuill iniibT Hip instruc tion of President dcoeral Hay. The murine a-i onipnnWI the in.'iil iHi;ilia from the ulatloii to the prt nllli.", a-corriitiK tn hxnl offlilnl. and Ptxteil thill they hal lti(lil -Hon t'' thia pffct. A dptachment nf l" ll Ir rea hed I'.tlla late J.I si week Iron, SVw Or-h-ati". w-ere liiuiiHtliately nrntiKncd to arto'ia terinlnHta incr Texa. Sev- ial of the marine weie Tit o Kott W'.ii'h wl'h liialrui-tPma to leive or lettaln trnin o r ih I" rt Wmth and !.. ii nd i-th-r railroade. Whether the mm In.. w ill oi.ike the :nne f.-l'i M-;ihirl- an iSe mail clerJa i or will I-p aaeiar-el lo other routi-a v hen Ihev riluin l headiimrtera imiiM n. learned here y-terday Tliete Ih rio intention on the Mill of ihe govtinmcnt to aluo wmk on new ehipa until un ai;nuient la rutually n-arhed hy the coiifeleliie and ratified 1 v the novel n'nenta lnilvel Construction Slow. That waa made plain liwlay. Con ftiuitlnn on 'he Kteat nuijority of th veenelN h priM itilniK very alow ly. how ever, the (llviNioti of nvallahle Innldintf futida avcraainit ahoul :'.iii0,00il h you Mr lapllal uhlp Involved. The only ahijia Upon which win k has la-en hrmiRht to a coinplele Hlundatill lH-nd ina; developtnent lit WaahlnKton are the two at New York Navy lartt. SloiaK0 there, It wan mild, diaa not in volve laiihahiUty of daiiuiKP aulla for In-each of contract. In any ce. It w addi.-l. npendi 'ot ",- -j I. i--.rt-.a-. ,, 'v4.i that -r.y wlllun a n-w mi-k. Mnui.n i oidi-reii Miapind. are ot aurh na tuie that they could not be aavi-d in any caae. The hulk of the t2.tiiHi.0OU u year for MOST HIGHLY CONTESTED POINTS WILL BE LEFT UNTIL LAST. WAMIIMiTHN. Nov. II. Ilnne and Si'iiale confrree nn Ibe lax re isioii bill a reed today to elimina tion of Hie Senate amendment giv In (oujcrp authority lo rull on Ihe treasury department for income tat return of rorporaliona and In dividual. Tliat was one .f -vcral hundred nineiiilnicii'a rtisaa-d of today by tha confrere, hut none of the hlph tola of Ihe ineaaure waa taken up under the aitipernent to reserve hlKhly con- tont.il xant for the liiht. Huch point! T-d over today Included the fifteen per tent coi jioration Income tax iro Vlaion and the reiel of the $! 00 nor mal exemption for cortairaliona ax ceit In i-aiH- wheie the rnitil la $25. n(i or lean. em h rhip Is for material ordcied and w hii h would ha f to lie paid for In ' i-nai'. Only li one or two cnaea i then a Isrite labor force nt woik o.n actual hiiildlnir of tin- uhlp. Would Clone Plant a. tine phniM'- if the pi on rani naval of- I fleer fthve lieen atrurk With l lte iproliahle effect on the three Rreat ahip ihulldini plant dulna; the nut of the I new hii on si r in n in f-r the novi-rn ment. Thone plun,- It wa auld today were engaicd almoat entirely n B"V ii-nnent work and on thK hlp which would be scrapped under the plan all three. It wa predicted would In all probability be forced to clone down. iThey ar the plant of the New Tork It wan addi.-l. expend!- HhipMulidJn Coniimny.' the VVat flr i-.rt. . v4. that Y. . -iVif. t- jk : .ft ' ) i lie tin, rf i ,jut-. . h.i t i-vVnit i t. I , - ., iSf Amiorialnl I'rrM V MIISt.lllN. Nm. II. Du lles mi ddiy iiimIiicIh, lorraciuic sliulill) IiIkIht I him rale carried in the 1 1 - ii vi la. iff bill, were ashed id the eu.ile flounce coiiiinlller IimIiiv h rcpn senlalive of M-vera ilaiiy iii'i;aiilalloii. The trsllinoiiy folltii-d Hoscly that whicli was gin ii Hi pie vloiis Ix-aritiK on Hie il.iii y pi ndiMls i Ih dole of Hie bill lief ore the lliuse wit) and mean cixmiiillee as well as before Hie SciiiiIp coiniiilllep several nionlli auo. The l otiiiiill lei- iiIko h-ard plutesi of Ann Hi an iitltli men, ilniiiK l-iislncsa in Mi-xlcii, iiKainst the linHirt (l.ttli-a on in: tic enroll lc tin- K'urdiii-y mean lire. Mnokeanii-n f"t" Ihe callle Inter esta were piirticiil.il ly ili-an oin of gi-t-t 'tor a lower t .it y on entile iinib-r two year of nice, whii h Ihev i l ilun-il wal Ihe a Re ill which moat of tin- Mexican Drown fredi-r pt's'k ih shipiH-d north fir market pri Miiiition. By English Move WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (By Associated Press)-Creat Britain's acceptance "in principle" of the American proposals for limitation of naval armaments contrmplates an alteration of the plan in several important details. The British acceptance will be presented at tomorrow's plenary sesion of the conference by Arthur J. Balfour, head of the mission who has plenipotentiary powers. Japan's acceptance "in principle" although it has been forecast by the statements of Baron Admiral Kato, may be delayed as the Japanese mission is obligated to con fer with Tokio. Mr. Ualfour may not outline the details of the reservations Great Britain wishes to make, but they afe substantially described this way instead of a flat ten year holiday, Great Britain wants the re placement program to be an elastic one spread over a period of years. lin ut I'.rlt.iiti would hkr to p. e the N'lhmiirine mpliwy from naval war- fa i i.i-iiI ol I Ins.. craft, the United Rlate SCHOOL BONDS SOLD FOR PAR AND INTEREST r'allltiK in thai, ahe want lo w-e, would have to build new, the number their tonnafri- and equipment distinctly .illittnl. They would be. of Inter de I'mlted. Sin- feel thai the auhniei sihlo I h,ku uiul oi aupi-ilor Improvement while fin is allowed ty llo- Ainerli an pro-'lhc liiltisli ships Would be hsolete. uriim are hi nn-at. She haa never hal o lure-' a suhmai Im- fleet u.s the proHiwtlH woul'l ullow liei . The Culled Htalea. Or-at Ihllaln Want Ijinger Period. Cn-nt I'.rlt.iln want the replacement pctloil aprend ovi-r a period of yeara. heniuse Ittitlsh naval expert argnie. f-1 la. wnuld have lor at a iliaidv.iiit.ieo the program could be carried on With In airplane en n in if nhips, under the a veiy small eiiiipmetit of building liims of Ihe Aiueihan i o,ok.i1h, U-- plant nt a small m-ale, probably a ahlp aline while tireat lliltain has an eiilp- 'a' a tliiie. It waa ery .viMlieni tin rs-i quite crucially liaval i ftl- Mr OXtwel-d ICONTINCKD ON PAOK TWO! rail union chiefs nm TO DISCUSS STRIKE HALT CHICAGO, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press) Six hundred and fifty general chairmen and officers of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and En ginemen, opened a three day meeting here today to consider their officers' action in calling off the threatened railroad strike and to plan their future course of action. Warren 8. Btone. grand chief of the 1 1 " ei Rlnecr. and William H. Carter, pretl lati lke dent of the firemen and enalnemen. an- Folio In an explanation hy liouiKcd at the end of th firat aelon F'one and Mr bIILDJmGS BY SEP TEMBER 1, 1922. Jap Avers Ships I Afloat Arew$ A 1 1' hat Count Most : S hiio boi 's In the sum of f.'.'d 0m(. j M-piewiitiiii the t -lul Issue recently voted, were a-ild KMtutdiV n'ternonil to K J liilwiiids ol Ok la lo uiul ('It v. The I olid wie sold at pal and ac mist in( -ret. The In a. it will al once tall for plans end svlfit ations and make evrry step lMi' to have the new liulldliias for It 1 1 h I he l'-nda wen voted, rejdy f.-r oi-'ipic .leptionhcr I. IK.'i. 1,'C GEE WILL DRILL EAST SMITH-CAPERS mst rare m m mm ma Mr. Curler nf the reason that they would have nothlntr to ay i hi- h actuated the unli.n in cancell-la-fore tomorrow nlKht. when a atate-1 loir the utrike oidei , ts-veral commUteef ment probably w ill tie lasued. weir pKiiiited to i ooauh-r problem of Althuitch T. I. Cashen preiVnt of future i1iou. and directed to reiott the Hwttchmen'a Union of North Amerl-j toiooirow Mr. Hloii" aald the official ci, wa reorted to lie In the city with j cxim led to complete their work by everal of hi executive officer, he did 1 U'eln-diiy rlhf not ateti.d the meeting and Mr. Htone i The fr.md chief of Hie cmrlfieeTt aid he wm not expect-nl. Neither V. (denied that today eion hid any O Ii-e. presidriit of the Hiotherhood of omiiw lion wlh ihe annouio ement at Hallrmd Trainmen nor L. K. Bhep- j ru lan l last week that Ibe union pnrd. pienldmt of the Order of Rail- would revive tin einke vote If the war Conductor, wa prenent or repra-1 I.ilr Poind Tilled lo make nod on ented i.roffi'ial promlee that no further i I'nlon official explained that the ' nit wo il-l l considered until nil pend chalnnen In altenitunce were thou who i It.r rub atid wttrklna- condithaia on the did not rescind to th I'nlted PUtea line lini.Unl are n-Ml.d. Ml Stirtie ItaUrortd La I or lioard'a order to altimdj said be lld im.I exert to nee any inem the heurlii- here two weeka ago, which Mrs of the llsir Ivnrd while In Cbl ctihnltiMted In calllnir off Uie threatemil mn. Harry II. Alctiee and company w h recpitlly acijulred Hip lease and ne nf Ihe material belonging In liar Oklahoma Male K-vebte nteiil Companv, liettcr kimwn a Hip hmlth Caer well, are now liaullnc malprlul f'lf a ill lli-it i bring built an a IM-W bw-ntinn a Is ail SIM f-rt directly p of the dd rig. This iU will be agirrasiively tar. rk-d on aud drilling will coinmrnre a Main a every thing I In leaiB- MPS. lr. MrlipA wa recrntl -iMK-blpd with well near Tuant cart, N. M.. and wUI bp ailiirly iti rharfe of IbU well. WASHINGTON, ov. 14. (By Asiociated Press) "It isn't the scrapped ships that counts; its the ships afloat," declared Baron Kato today in answering a scries of rj'Jestions put by Japanese newspaper correpondents concerning the American proposal. One of the men from Tokio asked: "Isn't it true," Admiral, "the ratio of scrapped warships under the Hughes proposition is rattier disadvantageous to Japan consid ering the present inferior naval position of our country? Aren't they asking too much from us?1 The admiral responded: "Why alk about the scrapped ship. You should know that what really counts is the number of fighting ships left afloat and not the number of those which ere to bt abandoned and consigned to the scrap heap." The ed iilr il d In.- -I I-- o i.i' If a ti pi bailee J -p - iiakc-' loos, h'li i' is n-.-'. i -t ! although J 'on, is .1, ,. . 1 1 . fv -r Hit A met H .in i i - i- I ' hole. Is pioti.tl-lc t' i! Mi i i- i the aul,- ..f i m i ,, ur dis. u--t. n "Nuuirii II) ." ild i ii. i s i ,. . i-xiw-rl I d iv. "si n- i " ne li-oiithfiil ties o, ,i . -pr-.J. ' I Id. h h. .1 ii.. -I ' ' Ife. I (he fl,-': ..f e.i, i o , - -, i j me. ll.n hM i..i.n;-l : i Kir pra,..aiis ' l r i- 'I!,.- n i li.ai' plan w i t-rii.i.l large ,- 1 -.-.I..) .s as u,l as i,r ii t i alii, . Tn i :, ;. i-ie!i-i Inter stln.i the J i i ' ii ii. M-r. is undei slisrt i b- ! . , i, v . ntn il i ill i f -r Jail'.'l of - ; i.i.- I' i.n.itil nli-ii.1 l is.i. . i I-' :l 1 us'. .1 h.at-a and (new I I , . i; ,'! I-- ii-i.iiil-d aa 'i luffnl.nt . m- -' -' i: h l.-i favor of ila auf ' i -i. i , . p- ii. i -l i. M. i ihe i Ircuin . i i.i : ' Krum .iint disiiuic- frian h ..' i-"lis (."ncenied makes It . i riM i.i o p.i;i: TWO.I ncrar of railroad mi fflD Tffl BILLS BY urn & imam, m mm SAN FRANCISCO, aiif, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press) A Iniggle between Galveston and Pacific Coast ports to han the Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana cotton crop for export to the Far L-st waa aired here today before Examiner Seal, of the Interstate Commerce Commission. A new schedule c-f cotton rates announced by the westbound . I.i Tn A ctr n mwA I nraAiic'in m centers. IB- t.nded to equafiie the position of the two competing interest, waa WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. (By Aswciafd Pre..)-A program of iu tended by the commission on ttrote.t of the Galveston Commer- ""ting the $350,009,000 raUrood debt bill, and the tax revuton ir I Association and today's hearing followed. cv,t iiit took the fsoltlon tM-iy - 1 mri liinerlled when the commladon trat preeent rale, rive the pref. ren- ,,, w .i Galveston and o'her C.ulf port j h(1 rriPled rate ar Just vd rea ehlle the new -hetite would give the I lt rUet hy K. P. Orf- Paclfie coast opportunity to handle a Bin r.rini; l-oe Ar,g-e iraffTfl fair shara of the co'.ti-n exiiett hul-1 ,i rr,fp H. .erted that IV Ang K II Thornton, of the fialre. (( m ftn f, ,!t:ie-i d.iite ta I -n I'wiinn-r' l il A-srx laiion oMeiidH i,.piiu mn ,k ration at nre nt t,ipied on the ot:i.-r hand, that he c-t iswt, ,h,01JKn aIi pacific port uajether and ttoro rate and other powers of tk atate and for repeal of the so- no'iin n-t r- siio-s- m.r, ln' hiii fK , y r,K.imm wn a natural lean . i ....ri f . r aouthe.n cottnn. ,.... tn riie,n, f:i Paso la th law. Mr-.i dueling lire rM-rri the t r,A i... the dlst:.m e frolfl lil Pa-o to fWfv.to,, and r.l Paso to " " the. Una. lm ,.-K"l. i pr-'!lr the ame. fl"-r ws K.-m-d hen H ir-il-a- l Jsw should t on an equ f, . tt-. pej 1-lnxn V.'is. ..n n. imm f-itlPX llh linlii'tim In romne'ir.g d ned " -ir(iM n1! to th. d r- Mil V fi-t the o-n.n shipi- d The heumt . rl , Ih is, (,-a'ui.s !,.(., n.. i-i...ino" llil contlnu. lee. u.e see od .i n! .e,;,J riv.,l tie- mm. MllsklL If JV II ALASKAN ROAD BILL PASSED BY HOUSE enalde I hem to lomprt It trrntorr w,thin t' mile ttt r'.tlveeton. ivli,g (nil the Uulk of the Terns trot, n (.ristur-ed within that radma of bla t .IT. II M lluds'ie. iTaf.'i' tnannger f -r tiw s-at t l"nriland. "aid 4.(MsV tmle ,.f initnn fir- lokri to I hiptrt tonih lli-tl'V I" ti the new - v-d lu onoiiiHi l b it thi! the itfijera measure and adjournment of the present extra session of Congress before Thanksgiving Day be can to take definite form today. Re publican leaders say prospects for putting through the program were good, in view of genera! demands in bo'1. Senate and House for a brief rest before the next and regular session opens December S. The railroad bill was before the Senate again today while the interetate commerce commiasion continoed hearings on bills to re called six per cent rate guarantee section of the Esch-Cvnmings Thst th. f.V V thi I fl-I.tl. 0t ir r,.i i,.m--i--v r-t!,r waM ftro'll'-lf Ih- I'te-:! ' liner, r f ' 1 n I-n (Vs i fr--ii. hnvi-v: ar f--re a iff ft i-t Inl r-,ti ile ti.ffi. slid a third .old .o,l. th. f.,ds d.r Mst frn-ii th - ii. ': loll sb- t-1 ' s nt ..n I lio s.d io.iii.i-''i ! - ii I i ,'i"le,ii- I.U 4 ejaMaar'B) pfcej WAMIIM.THS. Nev. II A lloune Mil a nt hot i log Inclusion la Iha new budget irf Sl.fHe.IHIf addi tional for ptft,teing .lie govern- nent railrw4 tn Alaska between New art! and tab hank, wa passeed lsday by the Senate. Iinih IK. . t Aawvia'eJ I'osa lf .Jfrn.. Nm It - i; .-.and o. Ii-ih I rraek-t I 4 th .1- Im M i-i. -k Mul I..I Life loainariiv t'onpi'i ,l.. Ih-i ti air. He wis T! ir.i s ,1.1 'r linili lad rlrn Ii iu i.fH-. I.i v to prriiiit. "d h "I held lie ,tl. ! p. l ..l the I isl Ii 1 ai WASHIGTON, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press) At a confer ;ence late today between Premier Briami, head of the French dele gation and Senator Schanaer, president of the Italian delegation an agreement was reached for an harmonious attitude by the two countries on questions coming before the armament conference. The agreement covers not only q Jestions arising out of the con ference on limitation of armenient. but also those which may come i up during the discussion of Pacific and Tar Eastern affairs. If a flat ten years' holiday were to be declared, they say, the facilities for making a wholesale replacement at the end of ten years wculd have to be kept in orgsnistion and although great fleet of warships miht be consigned to the junk pile, the faculties for producing them would exist. Ik dire t-.xtra IHxrdrnd I'fras INULA V., i ' . Nov. Il-The Ohio II l'im n 1st tv lie. tiled an extra iJiVKicn 4 I Ti s-r ilutir. in a-Jdilkm t tlx- 1'f-tir no.-. i.-r I . .ti.ll.iil t4 J ' r -(,.,!,. i-ii I.- I .-.-, 31. IO nli-.iijl i s ( i . t J .l... ,J. ri-h a p'oernn. th-- l:!l.i 1-iV-il r' .Hi aiid. ds- to I to to t!..- r-w-t i,' !. eii s'ioe Th-iof'-r-. th-"-' will i. thai, f- I li.st.ru e l.;p I'.-l-l--- t...ii eiipmeit Is- . ft t" in h ti-i'.-on. i.i. d Ih..' the noli,. !..- ploisl'.i-s e-i up t o nt tritinnwl staff and olli- r oik. ml- hlh w..ul. hive t-. Is- Ki-t i In iMi.lm.- lo take up a t pU- em-Tt ; pi'sxnim In ten iian U- d,eiied with. tK-tuilor rv hanaer aci-ompaiiiisl br si.i .l.i Altsitinl. anoth--r ineoits-r of th- li.ilnn det.-g.it ion. went at om-o t I ll.e luiuti emlaias)' after the vwifvr- -:. e wuh M. Brixnd. to inform Am l.,s.it Kiccl of the declaion. The e.-i t. r. ii. e Is-twi vn the French and I-th i i -I-i. .,:. occupied mors than an t our ai. I wia aald to hava eov. cn- l nil phae" of the InternatioBst nei-ri.it: The agrerinent which fuuUly n-s dtcd l-tween the two rountrtpg- waa dew rii-l a "oHnplete" and. It waa aCS. in wll Infornttsl circlea, wonld at tt.t.ute tn the rinllx.lt Ion of the par-l-se whiih Prealdeni llirdlng Had fg, mind when be com ci veil Ilia confureitC L. ' s -. S s X ' -r ssi4.