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Amamllo
Daily News and Daily Panhandle Combined
VOL. XII. NO. 2S0. Associated Pre. Service; Leased Wire Reports.
AMAR1LLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1921-40 PACES IN SIX PARTS
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NAVY LIMITATION
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PLACE IN PARLEY
AMERICAN AND BRITISH EX-1
PERTS WILL BE READY '
TO MAKE REPORT.
VYASlllMiTON. Nov. ;. The
problem nf naval limitation. Ml in
Background, while I lie r'ar KaMrrn ,
n"gotlntlon are developing atrp ly
atrp the p-illrle of the power tn- i
ward China, ha been advanced to
a P'llnl where II may aoon resume j
a p'ace of predominating. Interest In
IIm arm ronfcrriM-e. !
II mi Indicated today Ilia both
the American and ItrltMi expert
had virtually completed their work
nn detail of the AmerU-an redurtlon I
plan and would be ready to report
to the conference early net! week.
The Japinese cipcrt had no alnil-
lar announcement to make but K j
wa assumed they would not permit i
themselves to he put In the poaltlim
nf delaying acrlwisly the progreaa
of the negotiation. '
The erucuil olnt In the dlacuasinna j
B viewed hy the Amcttcan delegation
at leaat. in the "five five-three ratio" nf
capital ship etrcngth which form the
baia of the Amerirnn plan, and it la
UMin thnt feature that the ci macera
tion of the confer nee ure exMetd to
renter when It tuina to the naval que
lion. It wan Mid iiuthnritntlvely to
day that In the opinion of the aisikes
men of the Amerirun government, all
question relating to auxiliary craft
tCONTIXTED ON I'AOE TWO.)
5630 BIRDS TO 0E SEU
n EKtBLT AT MCJUIW
PLAIN VIEW, Nov. 26. (Special to the News)Fie thousand
feathered aristocrats will be entered in the fourth annual West
Texas Poultry Show to be held in Plainview December IS to 20, ac
cording to E. B. Miller, secretary of the sho wassociation. Requests
for catalogs of the show were so unexpectedly heavy that a second
edition of it has been printed. Early entries are beginning to pour
in from all parts of Texas and other states. Amaiing progress in
poultry raising in West Texas in recent years will be demonstrated
by the show, which has in three years become the second largest
in the Southwest and the third largest weit of Chicago.
The Hnulbith Met of the Anu-imn 1 how to give free Inatrui Hons on mat-
r.utitam Assorhifnm w ill l h'M In
connection with the Went Te I'oul- l-eprcaotiiMtlvca of A. ami .. College
liy Show. Nn l tlmn I r.0 enlrlr!"f Ti mm will iiImo give free lectures '
of Kiiit im are cxpi-ecd. Alre-tdy Fee.
ret irA- Miller h is iieitiniiii-" h of entrli a
from Cahfornln, Nrlanska. Indiana,
Kanwia. Mimmiri, Iowa, Misinni,
AikaiiHiB, lmiHianii. ikl.il.oiiia. New ;
Mrlm. Arlit.iiiii mid all part.-i of Texas .
l!ioru-. ai!er and trold mealn and
a)iiel4 ami dll'loniaa will lie given i
vlimerx In the l.intaiii phow In nddl
lion tn the heavy eaali .rtxrii offered J
! the nhnw HMtoi liitlnti I
Knlrie From Itig Area. J
The f.o t that Ihe Mainvlew ohowr
h.d N.i.in.- the !ai gent In a Brent area
well n.l.ipt'-d to iiniiltry ralnlur In i-nu !
lug U'ceilei from a hirge t'-rrllnrjr tn I
tnke advantaRi- of the adverting 0i-
t rtilliltli fi offered. The further fart,
mat uie rami priw-H onerfi at the went ,-,iger than experted. the poultry na
Tel . Shiw are the birgca offered hy Klatlon waa fa.i with the problem
anv ..how mil nf the MiMaHippl P.iver j f houiiig thr hw. puinview'a new
la a fa. toi in augmi-ntlng entrlea. Kn , ,1.11.1,1,11 auditorium will not he ready In
triea In the Mandanl bree.1, will ex.,(mt. fr lhr llOW nni therm , no, ,
. e.-l J..MK). the nhow ,fflral li lieve. j v-ant building in Plain lew. The ait
a-.d defliiire aKmiiam ea of entrlea have , uation wna met when one of Plain
Hn rerehed from nine ttatea. v.Wa largest and moat central lo-
Mucational real urea. )(-,tH CTra,., , . lrmt
N,nero.i ediiratlnnal fin t urea for ree, to va.ate their bulMIng and
ultrvmen and prope tlve poultry- j donate tl.em to the uc of the ahow
men w,ll I a trt of the ahow. When , Thin will provide M.orm a.u.ire feet of
J idgea K. C. Hranrh of Lee'a finmmit, j ,a. e for the ahow.
Mo., and Walter Burton of Arlington. ; M.w (.etliiig llVuJta
Texar have rompleted their Judging.; Pour yeara ago when the fuat an
they will remain uatil the end of tha ,u-hI Went Tenia Poultry Show w-aa
j n,., n ptainvirw. only one ear of p'il
S. P. CLERKS TO ASK
FOR INCREASED PAY
Mill STUN, lea. Nov, Ie
ciJ)i I.i ask f ar an Increase In
rage etiial to Ihe redurliona In
bmi) glinted ' the Railway Ij
kne Itntrd at July I, ha heen
an lie by the rk on Ihe Huu th
em psciflc line, and a reiiea) for
conference nn Ihe matter will he
m- de It road offhial on or hefiare
)eerm' rr I. it waa announced al
i.rtSv hy Klih 4. King, general
chairman of Ihe union.
GERMANY UNABLE TO
PAY DEBT, IS CLAIM
pkp.uv. v v : rr;-. r omt
'iTloe Uulserf general mansfT of
the f-"H-n Kabilaen. frirrreily tha
'ri-lrlh liayer l'witiriv. ss-sin
iniMV lfoe retreenttiv ea tf I tv
rjcrmanv ehemp at Ir.di trv. said it
wuld ls Imp-sslt-le f..r -rmiiy,
'rom her ow.i raniMea. ti make
her r p ..atiirtia j.s)ini.l doe i, l
anuaiy ant f'tiruary.
LIQUOR TRAIL LEFT BY BOOZE
HOUNDS CARRIES SLEUTHS TO
DOORS OF EXCLUSIVE PEOPLE
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26. (By Associated Press) A further
invtKtion made today in connection with the raiding yesterday
I of an apparently deserted warehouse by prohibition officers revealed
' that the trail of alleged illegal sales of intoxicants led to the doors
of well known clubs, certain hotels and exclusive residences.
Sixty thousand dollars worth of choice( liquors were found, but
I what interested the federal raiders more were the memoranda, re
jceipts and orders for wines and liquors found in th place. Frank
Gold, alleged by government agents to be connected with the raided
place is under bail for further hearing by a United States commit
I sioner.
! While f.derul agent were raiding I
the
Hiiro they unawercd the rinit of
the telephone, and received order for
delivery of choice Intoxirunta. No
SMALL FACES LEGAL
FIGHTS III 2 COURTS
S!KIM;rlr:!J, III.. Nov. St.
(nn. lien Small, with hi record
a atate lreaurer under the hostile
fire of Attorney (teneral Kdward
Krundoge. tonight fared legal bat
tle In two court a the Aral year
of hi administralbsn approaches
It end.
Charged with emliertlement of
puhlie fund and conspiracy to de
fraud the atate, (Governor Small !
confronted with a criminal trial in
Ijike county.
"'if. f-uiiimt ami Mix k mimaireincnt.
oilry on Miultry rnilng.
IS At Inula nee r.-4ted
The f.M t that tin adiniKMon charge
mil lie mad- tn the I.Ik hIiow aaitiirea
koimI aitendaiire. in addition to in-
lei esteil brrerlei a, irnnei 1 1 v 1 xi 1 1 1 r y -men
wdl take adiMiitatie of the ahnw
to a.lert their lireeda and o make pur-
Iiiihi h H. IhhiI dilldieii from aeveral
I'arili.iiulle n nd I'lalna towna will at
! the ahnw In a h1y. An auto
i ,1 .1 J . . ciruiKinn from Muriday, Tegaa,
marly I'm mitra fiom Main view-, will
l.iing many Hiultry cntliuainata from
that neitlon.
Mousing iHfflcultlea Overcome.
When i ally imiuirlee and entrlea
how'i- that llio ahow would le muh
; try pi'Kl.jrta m ahlpiied from Hale
, ounty. Thia tear more than 100 solid
n,r load of etgn and oultry will U
shlpis-d from I'lilnvlew alone. It a
estimate that the 1121 rash poultry
rop Will exceed the big wheat rrop Of f
, I ' "'- "r'"'"nrni..rit.riii'jitl.in
f the tMiultry bualnea r Hale County I
ipii oi me oeveinptiient In every
fher itt
'lain
of the
rannanaie ana
29 DAY 5 TILL
XMAS
tunica have ixi-n revealed ly tho gov
crnaaent agent, hut they promise Inter
entirig development.
5 WELL KNOWN
MEN WILL TALK
BEFORE FARMERS
BAGWELL AND PETEET
WILL SPEAK FOR TEXAS
FARM BUREAU.
A. K. Kllnnetl of Amarlllo, Judge
I (lough uf Hereford, llrnry Cult
of Itrmtrr, J. I, lisgwell and Wal
ton I'eteet of Dallas, hare been an
nounced aa ieakera fur the "Texas
Farm Ilureau l'edinillon ra" In
Amarlllo, I'anluindle-I'lalna auier
vior for the lex a Farm Bureau
f ederation. Other aieakert will be
announced later.
The program teni al 10 o'clock In
the morning with the addrtaa of wl
C'iiihj by Mr. Ktlnnett, who la vK pre-
iilnnt of tba Ixlia i linmlx-r ot Com
nien-e. JuiUro ihiugh followa Mr. Stin
nett with a raaponae on hehalf ot the
Iwnhamlle INalna tarmera. Judge Uough
If vlre prenident of the Texaa Wheat
(iniMera' AmoeUtion and a litre lor of
a natloniil orimnliwtlon.
Mr. Coll rlonea the morning nemlon
of the meeting hy telling tho firnlore
rind thi-ir frirnd of the effort made
10 form a n n cinHful wheat inxrkeilng
11 m i l.itioli, and of the fltml minion of
n h nn i.i g.m 1 1 Ion Mr. Cult In one
if the moMt hutnoiDUR f.mniiM In thi
ht.it , and rontiniiiillv ki-epn IiIn an
In-ill e in ii n npro'ir of Ixughti-r t l 1 1 1 k
tlu iu of I he "Hliti!vrMiireii " of the
v h"nt grower
and at the mnne time
iirnlnu home fart after fa t hy hi 111 us
inm, iH
The afternoon aeaaion will be opened
by J K. Harwell. liri'l'r of organ
Iralii.n of the farm bureau In Tnaa
lie haa orgitilx'fl f a county farm hu
lean federalioliN In Texnx duting the
uh( year, a rerurd whieh .i..l.Hl.ly
II nexer be enuabil In the t'lilted
Klatea.
Mr. It.rwll will IM the farmer
j"ining the fiib radon at Amaiilln In
m itanixiug their rouiitv federatlona,
I. ii. I will tell Ihein etartly what they
hotild io ii eei-iire the arm tent ln-ne-fit
from their 01 canirjiMon.
Walton l' te t. din i t'.r of rominxlity
I'lHik'ting ana lail'in fur the Temia
I-arm It ireau PeiliTHtloii. will tell the
fun. ri how to organlxe exrlimlve
fiinnera' cieiiierliva ronmiMlty taar
ke'lng mmi iHtionn. and will lilM-rally II
lumrate hin ekplanationa with exaniplea
ill awn from the rot I on, wind, water
n elmi. alfalfa, tonmtn, wH liolalo.
H nut. dairv pi ndiirta. pe.n h. prairie
hay and other lime -l.it iona whuh he
hn orgnnlc-d In Texan during the punt
i"ir.
It th Mi . Peteet and Mr. Harwell wilt
ii-it the farmer In Ihe organimtion
' the " "nt gi-oweia angulation, and
wltl explain, and If the demand la auf
ta i.nt. orKanixe the giain and aorghum
tri"'ia' aiein!l'-na '
They will I a- In Amaiilln exiiei-ting to
rrawer all uuee'lnna aked bv farm
rrn, Imnkera, delegate to the Panhm
dlr Plain f'hamiier of t'ommerre meet
lr new : mper men and other hunlneaa
r en who ha . e leen mkr to I prea
em .it the meeting to aerure flrnt
bent. .vi'h-T.ti- lefor-iatlon aoit th
bureau and firmer' marketing
rrr nnil TP 111111
Htrr unAiiio rim
PRISONER PARDOHS
Of SMAeial' r M ss
AfHTIN". Teia Nor ; in hie
fiftieth birthday Governor N'eff annfed
rrffkra to twenty eonvlrt now In the
penitentiary The governor arave the
lianlon a "lilrihday preaenta."
This infnt a at ion was aired to lcre
trr Wslrhall today from Richmond.
Teia where the governor had jut In
spected the Imperial prison farm. With
tHnee earlier in the week, the governor
ha now granted fifty irht rai clone on
th Inspection tonr. The governor will
riturn to 'h caiHtal tranorriFW.
V,re la I . . Attorney.
lws1 rrea
fTIICAiVl. Nor. 7Jime .J. Cot
tee a eeere, torts wa aprenn'ed a
vistanl I'liped llialea) ilistrl t a't'Tner
n Chicago dirM, aneirdina; to wrird
if'P ed bete ftont Washington.
$578,000 ISSUE
AMAMLLO BONDS
IS S0LDAT PAR
SUM WILL BE PAID IN ONE
AMOUNT SO WORK CAN
PROCEED.
The illy commliMlon yrnterday
afleriMMin mHi1 the l ImniM of
ImiiiiIh. totaling 57H,04H). In a
group of C"ur coiwerna al par and
an rued liitereal. The purchawern
ate f. V. McNrar Co., Chicago;
Mortgage Troul Company, M.
I .mill.; K. J. F.J.ardi, (Ikhalioma
City; and CroXy, McConnell I to.
Iener. Tlie aale waa negolialed ly
II. I. Cnmliy, representing C. W.
MrNear Co., li lH 1,1
Anmdllo for aeveral weeka In he
half of Ilia firm.
A wain aa tlu homla are ileJiver
ered the city I lo recrhe the 578,
IHIU in one amount, ao that Impnne
menta can go ahead al once. Sealed
hid were opened al 4 p. m. Tue
duy, and Ihe rimniUlnii had heen
hi aewJim dally alnre lhal date un
til Ihe iMHidi were aold.
Mi -. I'roetiv nut Ull a depoplt of $15,000
to aaaure Ihut hla rlienla will iurehuim
Him Imnila. All the iHiinla Ke.ir it ier
rent inteieat. and are 40 year optional
III iihIn.
liirludeil in the punhawa lire pav
ing ImhiiIh, voted rk-ptemlM-r 6, II9.
llfiil.OOO. reiWiiMilile ut option of the
ity any time afler five yenra.
The oilier laauea were voted Kv)-tinilH-r
4 1920. and are na followa:
Hanltary newer dlMiinl jilnnt. fJO.Ooo,
leileemalile after ten yeara; extenalnn
asinltary aewera, II0.0U0, rih-nmliln
after ten yenra. Incinerator Imnda, 1S,-
000, redeenuilile after ten yenra; fire
alarm ayatem, $30,000, redtemutdo aft
er ten yenm: tminl lwl tiullding ami
auditorium. $ano,000. redevmaldo after
iC yeraa. The lionda are of Sl.ooo de.
nominal Ion, and are to be dateil March
1. my
MSELSTIEDUPDY-
IJEV ORLEANS STRIKE
y Aawirialeil flat
NEW OKLKANH. U.. Nov. I
Comment In the port of New Orlnana
rrina!nr: prarllrally at a alandatlll to
day, a a reault of a aympathetir atrlke
of all water front unlona, declared yea
terday when the Hteamrhlp Upera
turn' ,ortipn eiidoavoriMt to replace
Milking cotton nercw inrli with non
union woikera.
SleaniHl.iii offirinU claimed work waa
pn.Kii smug only l! veaaela, w hllu tho
.inlr.n leadrra maintained (hat only a
Hinall nunilH-r of non union workera
had been obtained to replace tho 12,
I'HO men out on strike.
Whlpied for Owning boc.
Kd!T W'liKTH. exaa. Nov 2 W.
II Holla of Fort Worth wa taken three
mllea west of Kurt Wmth at 1110
o'clock Saturday night by a I -and of
irasked mn arid whlpia-d, Mcenrdlnf
! the victim's reiort to olce nfflrera.
I .oil waa liifoiini-d that he waa tielng
whlpM-d hecauw of ta-lng Intoxicated
and imasessing a iiatitity of llijuor.
Viviani Endorses
President's Pan
For Confer enccsmmi henry to
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (By A.iociatcd Pre)Preidcnt
Hardin g'a tuKgestion for continuation of international conferences
to deal with world problem a result of development at the
Washington conference was endorsed today by M. Viviani, head ot
the French delegation, who said it was not only a "high thought,"
but a practical one.
"First, the initiative of President Harding is of very considerable
importance," said M. Viviani, "it is high thought and what
equally beautiful, a practical thought. This conference has already
a great ideal for its aim. If it is the beginning of other conferences
this is an historic moment. I shall not be for France to stay sway.
"Second, humanity for its happiness must solve problems of pni
versa! character. Consequently universality of means must he used.
If any great nation should be missing in the cohesion of ideat tnd
in the examination of solutions that would make them most d fficult. '
The initiative of President Harding will allow the v.hole world to
take part.
'Third w e luve all . gain by these
sssisiinns in whuh we cntinue to
learn ihe In of e-iiisHty among na
ttona, and we f.n.l what are miaaira
In ottering t" 'I'hets that whhh we
s.ss,-ss. luttiim his the evrlmnvr
g.ft of Int. lie, tual and normal power
Fourth. wht will "-.ple think in
Klllit of the nesi.ienl a new Hea
Ai they n.-l rog think that It I
le. ei.eflht h the l-ag-ie of Na
Hon? I ani-r tio Amrrf. a hat de
lied to In-nore the league .f ,tone
That w her right: ahe ha no an-ount
lo render t any ntie The Isg'ie f
Nation esisls Whsl Is ti, tss tleph.tsv i t mi; , ,,nrn that die. nssintl
le that It ahouid elt alone. Atneilca. toav l a jsit when aims are m turn
thiaufh ibe confer cniva, wUI caSir.on.'
WOMAN BEARS CHILDREN TOO
FAST-JUDGE ORDERS HER TO
BE STERILIZED-HUBBY AGREES
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 26. (By Associated Press) Sitting in the
juvenile court here today, Judge Royal Graham, of Georgetown rec
ommended for Mrs. Clyde Cassidente, of Denver, an operation that
would make it impossible for her to bear any more children. Mrs.
Cassidente, who already is the mother of five, was haled before
the judges on complaint of Denver social workers to show cause
why her children should not be taken from her, the complaint ali
leging that the family home was filthy and that the children had
been neglected and were under-nourished. Dr. Ray Sunderland,
testifying in the case said he believed conditions at the Cassidente
home were the result of the mother bearing children too fast.
"What would you atiKgeat na a rem
edy?" a "Led Judge (Iriihmn.
"That Mm. Caiotlilefite aulimlt tn a
Mtfi'ilting oieiiit!on," re i '1 led !r. Hun
lei land
"I will rontinue 111 In raw until Jan
uary III," the JmlKe luiliuullri-d. "and
SAW RAPPE GIRL
DOUBLE UP AND
TEAR AT DRESS
DEFENSE EXPECT TO CLOSE
PRESENTATION OF EVI
DENCE MONDAY.
SAN UtANCISt O. ( al.. Nov.
The di feline eH-cta to cbwe Ita
presenlallon of evidence In I lie Ibie
roe ('. Arhuikle case next Monday,
It waa announced tonight wlien
raurt adjourned over the week -end.
Finger prlitla bulked largely In to
ttay'a pcoceedlnga, Tlie winla In
, queatlott were found on door of
resuna in the iioitl I am-ia
wliere Arlrurl.le gave the pMty L.st
September at which Vh-glttla Itapiie
la aald lo hare received fatal In
Jtirlea at Ihe comedian's hand and
aa a result of which lie la nn trial.
Ignallua II. MK'arthy, former In
veatlgatur for the Federal department
of lahor. waa called aa a finger print
expert by the defniae to controvert
tiMlmnny offered by K. O. tenrrh,
I'nlveratty of California, m etmaultlng
rrlminologlat. Ileinrlrh bad ewnm
that aoiue prints on the ,r nf the
room where Mlaa P.appe was found
were those nf the defendant and that
these and others Indicated a slruitglo
1st wren Arbui kle and Miea Itappe.
MrCarlhy'a iiiahfi atlnns na an ei
iert wete under fire from the proaerti.
tlon when eouit Mdloiirm-d. He ad
mitted he never bad testified ui Burn
an expert Ixfme
Among other witnesses tixliy were
; Phllo M"t 'iillniifh, a motion picture
. artor of IbillywiMHl. al , and Mra.
i Morenre Itates of Sunt Ana, Pal.
friend of Mis I I With testifierl
they had seen Miss l:.i.ie "double up"
and tear at In r ilotlilng
I According lo pievmus e bb'iiee Mist
Kapw did this i.l tin- Aibukle party.
'n is.nhn t wiih 'h
Let the w.H i l h.
r in simt her w v
tr.it-o for th.t
' Kllth. I ih. i. I
fetenres an. I il,,
'lin Rlv title i h,
-natter It ts nt.lv
that parallel lines
.- - w.uld. I
W -IV j
. I- , -i ihI
' ion .
,tl ,nrm
! .1 . t.fit '
Th.
1
1 1 ! niiil.-l..ns
I ro.t Jtilh
h. eight W ill meet In il.
t am a ire t,st f- stt
we a Hit ti be t. lift. r. A
fa given het s ilo- n
tlfifial court of l is'l e
'It S l etes. j
V . . pi ot le'i.s
. , -t I 1.,,-t'te
. i ' ii terii:i
In v r.ll. I
Mhout bT woiihl hsve
tie-.n Hunk
III tile llii-iiiillnie I Willi Hie iIimIiii'i
KUlTKi-Mli'li riilliid mil"
I'r Sun. I. i land Mated that tho him
l uii. I i.f .Mm. i'.ihmiiIi nte, wtin la a no
tary !ulll- and an Kalian Interpreter,
already hai agreed to permit liH wil
In fliilmiit to urn Ii un oh ration.
'MILLION DOLLARS
FOR WATER SAYS
AMARILLO MAYOR
DECLARES CITY WILL HAVE
TO GET ADEQUATE SUP
PLY IN 4 MONTHS.
I
"Wllliiti four lininllis al Ihe nut-
Hide, the N'ople of Amaiilln will
he called txin to make million
dollar Investment In an adiua(n
water Mipp!!"
This was Ihe statement of Mayor
I .on l. Marrs Ksliinlay, when ills
ciilng I lie Imtwralive nerd of
Amaiilln for tlie Hear future. He
t.l)ed alleiitmii lo ti-e f 1 tlial
this rll) Is desilm-d to trow, to ex
pand aa iwrluipn nn oilier south
westirn city will during the incom
ing months and years liiinaillalely
In the future, ami llN'n said lhal in
light of this, water ia an itnin-ra-live
necewalty.
It has l-en known that for some
time Ihe Pity Comiiiiannii has had en-gltie4-rllig
Work In piogrcwx In. .king to
li-st the expansion to wbiili M.ivnr
Maris r'feriei III the filtering Oliver
sat inn It Is tli.- 4iln v of the I'muuil.
slmi as torn bltig this Itrui. .i cl all
of the il eliinlnai .l,u.s out of Ihe way
so that no greater ! lav than is lire
essmv may Is- i i iein-ed in launrh
trig Into tlie lib f ilem. -nl -i of thr tie
velniinent if Ihe .iorfiit Ion
The (''tti.tiiiHsiofi has hid no'hing to
any to tin public. k-mir.il!v s.eikniK
roiicrrtilim Its .i lllUMrii v i.il nn
the wilier s. heme, but toil' h s.ttfac
lion has Is en exptessed bv those win
have leii in iiiaiiitiil with the .uik'i;im
of the iiiiilnltra I urn . as ii !;,,!,., In
the si ili-iiient ,f the tnavo? . Sit'liilaV
focfiiiKin. If would M-ihaps out Is- fair
to Mi Mil Malls In itnln ile 'I .1 hi hid
In mind a set mm t ii sum nf nn, mil
boo dollar l'i mine, t on w 'li the
Wa'ct pri.lx.Ml Intl. but litmr II ,il he
Was siMiikiot; toui.div
gx-tieriil huh i (ihiiii of lh
I fit.SI'lel at Iflli
Alnarillo has lur i; t,.
''Ill C tn tlie
it.), et nu'ier
i. .1
H' .ml
'o manv of its i ii,ens
nler s i i . t I . unit the
M r oi Mti ii n iii.i v i i'
pr. te. tn pk-i t w ith tn -'h'
h i In In if Ihe piii.!.
H II
etil irged
i k- V ;on a
.illv i'i
appiovil :!
HUN HJK U,S, StNAIh
Ity A.siisleH I'rt.
VII T.V is i.v
it. m i'ii . i . i,i. -i
. U',i. .1 1 1 n , t in i ,.. i.
f','iri'p.' .i I niifi. i -I hi-. ....
t I T. . St. lies S. r,.,l.
i i ; s A I niU-i Kim t-. :
I leu ics I h.ir(es
C.!:l:iiMil.i:. in,, v-
il l I'. V.t. h.-'l ..,e .i' i
e- et.ite I'i-i'iiih n.ii.i,- '
s..i!s fi!. .1 iisl.iv bv :t-.i i
I". J Pr '1-..I ii-" i nd !: if
I.' '. i " in t he h
f.M IIIIT !' Ii'fll (.lis ,i;
Ii II. I lH. ! . p . Ill 1, S il , ii I
!fi. e.
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'.'im-
i.f
TEACHERS ADVOCATE STATE LflVJ
TO END SELLING OF CIGAOETTES
i!: ..tii I l l It I'Kr
I .v T-s. Nov ies. liHioii re ommeiwling passage of a law
ptohihiliitg the sle ot i-i.ini In 1is wns di.i:d hy the Teia Mate
TrartirV ssmiaii'm al Ihe fmsl session M animal rnmention toimf.
The r lotion w pissd bj a vlv '--e vole without dicilion.
IMlM-r ies.s lMios r ( oniMM nil nit hig-r "'and ird hy atikh lewchrra are
!!.. I lertifiiat.v, tui vvi-lir. t-.s t. the Wnsltingteej ronference
Wile p4sved
Mis IJ jhv Tetrill. dean f khiii.ti the t. Tea Male Normal Col
lege In an adilie- det lared llwl "yui" In dre ami general apparanr aa
manife4ed in Ihin clothe, low neik and bks. relied wtotkinca and abort
skirls I gradually waning due ! a revulsion among girl thetnaetrea.
SOVIETS HOPING
FOR INVITATION
TO WASHINGTON
CONFERENCE AT DAIREN IS
REGARDED AS ONE POS
SIBLE GATEWAY.
AaioelaUd Pnm
MtlMtlW. Nov. J6. eolet bftV
rials indicated today that they ex.
ierled nflhlal resuratio of bual
ness rrl.iiiiMis wild America In a
very shurf time, isr al least the ne
gotiation of Mime ami of a trad
agreement between the lulled
Males and So let Ituasla.
The conference at Ialren be
I ween tlie lar I .astern republic and
Japan in rrgariled a Hie possible
gateway lliroush which Hovk-t of
lilials may find admission to Amer
Ira. The Mismow guvernnafnl la to
patlulaple in Ih conference unoffU
liallv, and it link up ao closely
wilh the Pacific problem which Oh
a-liliiuloii rnnfen'lire U consider
ing Hint Ibdshevlk offilala hope It
will result In an Invitation to
Soviet ICnssU to send rrprrsrnta
lives to Washington.
Maxim I. it v In. iff la mentioned aa a
pusxjhii.ty fi.r the pust f trade com
misyii tier I" the Culled State, or even
aiiiba.-MMh r. I.udwlg Marten alao la
nn miMiieil as a likely camliilate fur the
Amei l. an p.'Ht In the event a trade
i.nns nn nl Is r arhed or America eg
tends rs-i.iml:on lo Soviet Ruaala.
M irh us Is now in charge of the min
im; r itii.il nf the iH-uniimlc council In
V. sow. and lias reently traveled wide
l tlui.iihh tho mineral dlatrlcta of
i; n.pi nn Kussia and Siberia.
BIDS ON COUNTY
HOSPITAL BONDS
ADyERJip FOR
OFFICIALS BELIEVE ISSUE
WILL PRICE WELL ABOVE
AVERAGE.
Scab d bids for the purchase of
J,.,j.iHHI hi III nf county ImspluJ
In iiiU, voted nearly two yeara ago,
will he received until leccmher 7.
il vt i d. lided veslerdiv afternoon
by P. Iter rminl.v commissiimen.
The bids will he is-iu-d lhal date,
Hl h Hie pi IV liege of acceptance or
tfjerliuii of all of Irbm.
'I hi I .n il ii i.i i k t p. .w is consideriihle
t i tt. in it b.o l.reu in aeveral ycart,
,.l the louit i..i.li-l that tbl would
hi appri.pilate time tn receive bid
..in I ...ii. I I it mix. (Vilified cherka of
.Mai ivust In roirpany i H h bid.
'ihe bonds hear r, B iht rent inter-
I. an. I ate l-.r 'l veals, with a five
ii . ,i ' I- ii H is i.rnUible that the
n.l.H will he converted into aerial op
n I niids
peiidiki the b.iii.ls ale county wide In
.i in- and lai a K'M rate of Inter
,1 ii is 1.eeVM hy county official
,. ii,. v vnll lainir v oitie eimaidei
I r than 111-- svotaltc run ti
: SPECTACULAR FIRE
ON SHIP PUT OUT
v .i'. ll ('', .
KU MillK.
'' -Tin- ateam-
. ' .1.1,
.,-i r.i
S'.ii.- s i en 1 1 et away for
;i ii.. this nfteimsin, aft-I-,
i 1 1 ii).' ion ti her voy
i h. n fleet of fire
re siiniinniied to tX
.1 tMhipe w hit h aent
. . ke I ut il.il bttlo dam-
l.-V.-i I
'.I Itl
to
have resulteil
. ..f wastr in the
I slv.ftly alter the
in the Hudson
l hull, to oissite
I n H. r waa paat.
I I:
I tie
i .i:
I nilr.ile Kidtltery.
'..I Pre-.
;i.Ti'N. Nov. :ti Marine
,..1. 1 1 n-ti nt-il a planned
i :. i . . i.i;ni i. tiheiv In Tesaa.
I '. -st i:m ter letieralh O'HhaUJf-
M.....I .si..v. lie did not re
ib !.n!. hut "p. .ke i.f the raae
... .: ir th- Min ess of the mall
W ,SII
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