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'Amarillo Daily News
VOL XII!. NO. 77. Associated Prest Service. Lewed Wire Report. AMARILLO, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1922.-10 PACES IN TWO PARTS PRICE HVE CENTS 4 BUS JV KM A DEL". ME!(IC(PXA$ RAILWAYS GUARDS ARE ORDERED TO COAL FIELDS Br Atsaelatsd Praia SANTA FE. N. M., April 7. Martial law waa lnl.ircd In I hp Uallup coal Inlng field thin aflermain. In pns--lamsUon Issued by Guv. II. C. Mcrhrm, tl.riiurlrra troops at Albuqueniue t'nti Troop I) of lh National (luard i.l Hants Fe, were ordered to procrsd at one to tht (It-Ill. The irw Initiation waa Issued on re ceipt r an appeal front th aherlff of Mi-Klnley county, who reported a riot t Mentinc camp. No details of the i lot were given. Order KecrlvH. ttf AessrlaUal press Ai.m gt 'Kitqt'B. N. M , Apm t - 'he heaihunrtr tnaipa of the Nation al Ouard her haa received order tn plocccd tn tlullitp tonight on a special naln. The order follow request of Hhirlff Huberts of Mi-Klnlev county for povrrnmcnt troniw to lie sent tlicrt to I ike churge of I In- coal atrlkv situa tion. .tie first distiii'lattice In the C.iillup oul fields occurred at Mcntmiar to day, according to report reaching here, v hen a crowd of men and women bom lmru.il mini' woikera with atone aa It)- left the mine. Noons waa Injured, .(-cording tn the rrimrt. ll'aihiuartvr troop. New Mexico Na tlnnnl Ouard, caanmanded ly Capt. N.uoiid J.' jajrell. left here tonlgte" on a ewruil train fr Gallup, where, I ccis-ding to the sheriff of MrKlnley inurty, some disorder have occurred, rowing out of the minora' strike. The troop should reach there early &itur- Troop V of Hanta Fa. commanded by fj.pl K. I- Harford, entrained tonight l.-r Onllup, ami will reach there early Humbly lint-noon. Turn companlca of engineers bawled at I mb Cruii-s have 1-e.n ordered moMlix.il, but will not l nntenil til Onllup unless their pra-s-rnre tw)n rm ta deemed -tteresM ry by Ailjl. Ilii. II. It. Ilrown, after he per ... .ill pivrailtnit -a the situation on his rrrlvat, he stated tonlcht. Ho accom I ... 1,11 Hie Ali.uiuertue lrvip to ttal- i-tl-l l:iw han Wn tiroclalmed by Governor Mechrm according to advlcca t.v . i ii .i.tuit trom rUnti t'v. FLAPPER OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED BY U. S. bt AMorlat.tl I'm AHHINtiTttX. AJrll 7. irfflHnl r uxnlliiin of the term "fti.nT" la con tained In tmlay'a weekly laaiie of report by the di'pui'tmcnt of commcne. It If c.intulne.1 In an artlile headed 'Voma Ihlna new fur flapM-ra," whli h aa-k f "dik dik f"r from Nnrtheantirn Afrl- aa a MBll.le iianiH'titor of the muak rit." die dertment a.ild Ita anmainre meet on a rrt from Conaul Nhui .t Alien who an Id that the dik dik. a type of iratelle, nuiy be uacd for Ita fur ... A . la Ita kHlll. NEW MEXICAN DIES OF WOUND; RELATIVE HELD 9t AaxM-lated I'rtaa AMU gl KIIQI B. X. M.. April 7 Celao liovatn. county cooimlaaloner of Vnlcm-la county, died In a hoapltal hera tmlay of a bullet wound received at ftelen Tuifliy nlRht follow Inn heated leilon there. ! alo a bnMh.-r In law. 8antl-Rn Ita ra, la lain held at l-oa l.unaa pend ing an Investigation. Ha aaya a revol ver he waa carrying waa accidentally diaabargiil. ILLINOIS RIVER LAPS AT DOORS OF HOMES ly Aamrialni Prw l:i:AlllHTtiWX. III.. April . Htraln- li.lna at the clty'leVee. whkh had aorung a hwk late tmlay, the lltlnot Itlver waa exta-cted to break Into eaidafown tonlaht. city offlloala aald. l-iirtv Inlitht ten bknk of the lower le-rt nf the cpv were covered With lck wnlera. whlih reached within 1 Inrhca f the il.r of the bwdlng hotel and other bitameaa houaea. VICE, LUST. CRIME GROW IN SCHOOLS CIIIA'.o. ' April! 7. Vice. luat. crime and meed are dally In evi dence In the arhonl of the country l1ay and ball room dancing and the mnvlca are proving a wrloua b-trtmcnt tn education. I.7" blah rhool teachcra here were told tn dav at th.-lr aeinlannunl meeting. Tofeior M. V. CVHhe. of the h.H of elmntlon of the fnlver alty of Wlacnnaln. talked of the rmo tloral and hlaae attitude of the prea nt day aliident. placing the blame for thla largely on the motion pic ture. There la a growing tendency on the part of the child tn diarcepeet the law." aald tleorge F. Halgerry. Secretary f the Northweatern Tnl-vei-atte alumni aaaoclatlon. "and thla ran b counteracted only by teach ing him in go atialaht. learning him ta ihlnk and tn appfy hla Information.- ARE LIABLE FOR CATTLEJUURIES SUPREME COURT HOLDS ROADS MUST ASSUME SHIPPING LIABILITY By Aamlalfd I'm AI'hTIX. April . A railroad com any In Texaa In liable for Injury tn calilu In transit iivit II rMil, regard less i if the condition In which tha cat- I tl art- sliipia-d, the Huprcme Court boa lu lil. In approving an opinion ly .'uilge Juhn X. (Inlliiglit-r of I ho Coin inlseiiai of ApiMitla. Th cattle muat l n giil physical condition at the time of the hauling, however. I tour h han (lllnat ai orn hi, or pir handling of the ml I If by tho roal makes It liable to their owner. It waa held. LATEST TEXAS NEWS STORIES IN BRIEF FORM H tonal 1 ar Nrat) l.I.I.A8. Texaa, April 7. The exec utive niminltlee of the Uillna County ritlien loftKUe. formul to comliat the iM tivlili of the Kn Klux Klan In Dul Iiim rounty. i-onfcri-ed ti.y. . M. M Crane at the conclualon of tho meet ins. il.rlir.il the or-pinluitln would be .liMM.lv. d aa aiiaK.attd by the Mayor in a alatem.nl urutna dilwndini-nt of Uitli the klun and antlklnn orsanlrt llona, when BMHirawe had l-en arlven that the Ku Klux Klan In Uillua Coun ty haa renwd to exlat. To 0ien Four Camix. By I I'n-ai rN ANToNln. April T.-Fmir cltl ena' mllltarv tialnlna i-aniia will I -tal. Huh' d Ihia aiimmer In the KiKhth CiM-a area, actmlinit to an announce ment bwMl tl.iy by IJeutenant tN4-.ii.-t t'liaa. la wla In ihjir" of traliilnc a. mill, a In Teaaa, liklnlmma, Cob iiobi. Arlaoni. and New M'-xlin, Tlia am will oN-rate fiom July 17 to Autf uat The enmpa will I cat.iUlnh'd at t'aiup Travla. h.n Antonio, f.c Infan- ii y. ravnlry. ar.d artill.'ty hranehea; at K.it Hill. Uklihomn. for Infantry end !iWy at fi''. I.oaan. l-nve, C'lo., r infantry, .ml at Ktat llliaa Kl IVx Texaa for Infantry, artillery and i'iv- airy. MMiioiioIr I ( liarjeeJ. Kjr Aaanrlalrt I'm Al.HTIX. Tex.. Apill .. Tnai tna H'amlard H Comiwny and Ita aulMH- diarlea are trylnif In eliminate romt tltli.n In Kan Antotiln by rcdm-lna; the rlre of ftaaollne ImIhw coat of produc tion, la the h-ire inade todiy U Flrat Aaalatant Attorney General K. F. Smllh by five Han Antonio men. Wnmen Hear lirpnrta. Aianriatra Vtrm (MI.I.KUK HTATHiX. Tex.. April 7. HrH.rla of the nannilttn-a and dcla- s.t tea oiull the firat acaalon of the thirty flnt annual convention of the fourth dUtrlct federation of worn -n cluba l.xtiy at Trxaa A. and M. Col- lBe. An attendance of 11 wan rcawt-d Klan I Pioke4. Ity Annriated I'Naa WICMITAF FAI.IJt. Tex.. April ..- Judge NaiT of the m-vcnty-rlgl'l! dlatriet inurt bite lialay tdTed rr. Walko-e Martin of lturkl.iirn.tt. II. I) Mlllei of Kb-ctra and J. C. Jcnnlnga of thla illy plueed In the cuatody of offi era for apiawrlng t anoimw morni'.g on their rcfuanl l i-attify before the grand Jury aa to th-lr connection w.tn the Ku Klux Klan. HOG PRICE HEARING TO BE ENDED TODAY Hf AisnrisM fnm KAXXAM CITV. April 7. The n. rt- :i.cnt of aiiih-ulture. Inuring Into the ehargi-s of unfair luai -marketing prac- tH-es. brought against Armour as Cn by the Kansas Oily I JvrMia k Rx i batige. In the eriitloli of the M lea' In i oe 8ta-kyanla here, will lw concluil.il t-Niiurrow. Annnuni-a-ment tn thla effect was tcu-le f.y T. Ilainer, Fedeial examiner, m .huge of the hearing. Conn. II for both aides will be given until May I to file hi it-fa tn the raaa. i.nd Jodan ll.ilner, who return to Washington, l. C. will then forward hla fliidmus In the relary of agil culture. The finding wilt not I mad public until that time. STANDARD OIL PLANS WELLS IN PALESTINE r Aianrlatfd fiaas WASHINGTON. April 7. The Htan .bird Oil Cianpany haa been granted exploring rights In Palestine b the I rltiah government. It wsa learned here t.atny. At the slate b-rtinen It wis anld advice from !.n.!n were to the eff.il that the lUltlsh govern-o-rnt was to grant AiiM-rksn i-oncerns tht aame right In the tnandat-d terri tory of lalstine as wr-le etilned by the nationals of anr government slrfia- CHIEFS ' f i,' f J ' ' Thme men are meeting In Waahlngton In an endeavor to end the nation Nolan, chairman of the congreaalonul Inlair ommltti-; John 1.. 1ewl.i, aeald -nt riaon. B.iT tnry, and Kamuel tioiniH-ra, prealdent of the Fed -ration it !ahor. BANANA PEEL IS SLICK AS SOAP BUT-DTI!IS COOK BRINGS SUIT WHEN SHE BREAK LEO BY SLIP PINO ON SOAP fir Aaanristrd Praa NKW VtKK. April 7. A banana akin left on the sidewalk by a tenant cannot l chargnl tn tha owners If the HaMNrly slips nn It and falla. But It ta quite a different matter when a diM-harg. d cook slips on a plcov of aaip i-arelialy b-ft nn the stcm in her for mer employer'! house and , breaks leg. Those diM-trlnea w.ra set forth by the appelate divtsliai of the Huprema Court t.alay In apja-als froai the low.-r court, V hi. h bad giK-aaed wrong In larth caaes. A vi nil. t for IIu.imhj wraa won by Frieda Frank frian trior Muller on the ground that Mulli-rs tenants ha.l toaaed to the street a banana ieel on vhich ahe altppiil and waa ui.act Then the court reversed a ihHon w-lil.-h threw out of court a auit iought by Kirah Morriaon aaaiuat the Hut bite lloiel t'niiany lor tnj'iriea suf fered by slipping on a pln-c of anap. The d. fena... aa puint.d u'. by the lourt. waa that the soap waa left byriu,.aii4) i, Wsahlngton Htate 'llga, a acruh woman, "airent". of .the hut. I a,,,i a denumiatlon of m.il.Tn dnne in prowrly contiolled by t.e hotel. ,1U., while the Ivnana akin was thrown hv j The Jaut as iLin.i'd by many tie. a iM-raon over whom th- latuKord h.i'ls.a.a. im lulling toung and old a hiwd no conlrol. GULF GOES INTO SHALE STRATUM FOLLOWING LIME TEST ON CUTTINGS SHOWS HIGH PERCENTAGE OF OIL, IS REPORT Pa silng through the encountered Thursilav hard lime rock i fiir Vr. 1 the drilling wss In what .ipawred to le a brown shale Frbliv. a depth of thirty i.ft Mng made. The chloroform test applied In cutting will, h were Mown from the well, showed a l.l;h ;i-r.cnt-age i7 oil. It la Interesting to note that Humble .. str-ick a new flow of l.0.ftO f--t of ans. whl- h w-is drowned out with water, so thit di tiling may lie reaumed Charles . Fcrtlg. of Colorado florins. Went over th" fit Id Krt.laV. and It la lntiniate.1 tht t-g.-ther with llovernor Hhoui and other ass.late. he i.-sv enter thla field snnn. It will he n-call'i! that Mr. Kcrtlc whn by the wav. haa lan In this fl Id Iwfore. la lntereste.1 In the Mrxka ficbL INNOCENT BYSTANDER SLAIN IN PISTOL DUEL Hr aw 1st. J I'rraa NKW Tl:K. AieU 7Mirrv Cnme. a lawyer, and lrnnl bv aland, r. ws killed tonight la a pistol ficht between patrolmen and five men whn ar al b-geif lo .ave ato'.en a tin- from an au tomobile at Madlaon Aremie and 41rd CONFER ON COAL STRIKE Dance is Greater Sex Exciter Than Drug, Says Doctor - .-.,. j Hr Associates' tnm HPttKANK. Wash. April 7 "Jaxi" n-calc, wantv diraa. suggestive dan.-lng nd other folb.-a of the flaiiper and hei masculine counter rt formed the sub l.i t of dl usali-n among edm-atora A the 1'nelfn- Ni.rthweat tn attendance iiere t'lluy at the annual convention of the International and Kmplra Tcher Asaa latlon. Fia-akcra were unanlmotia In con ib-mnlng thitii aa the cause for many of the evils whit-h they s.id IXlat.il to. day among the younger geneniU-.n. "There la no drug In exlstenre that furnishes the sex stimulus that iLim lng i.." Ir. C. I. Cliry. former atatc s'it erlntembnt of I'ubllc Instruction ol Wlanmain. t- ld the Ira. h-;a. 'Thi dress of the girls Is greatly ronductrve tn this, many of them having inMrti.al ly n-'thing on but their gowns, shurs and stix klngs." ITipta-ra." iry Cary d.-flnul aa "girls of the wea'thy ilaaa who were Idle, who dices In extreme. sm4( cig arette, who are out all night and who sleep all day. "Hut the girls are reallv not to bu rrttti luil" he d.i larcd. Thi Ir Indiscre tions are mainly the result of c(U (ions and they have Iki little wlll-Kw-r tn ov-reom. them." Miry .Mi-K'.i.. Instructor In .hlcal to the pay. lMiliial limit, fhc du lared "In nury las-n It l-wds to woraa tlr.ngs." M-ab-in dami-a she d fined aa "the maximum of motion In the mini mum of ataire." Kt-sira.nia of Jaxx oiiti.-vtnis and pro inotera waa uigid by Mls M K.i!. Were IWi-thov.-n alive he would Da.tik heaven f- his d'lt-aa.-, Mie d.i 1.1 red. JONES ACT SECTION IS ADVOCATED EY BOARD WASHIXHTOX. April 7. The nuart ; I'M.D.o.i. al way t build up an Amer-! I. an merchant marine would be to put! .mo ifli. t H.i llon 14 of the Jones Act. wl.l-h K..les taefcirntlal tariff du- I .a to tt.auie gia.a lmhat.i In Alner- "n '" n.-.irman i-aa-nei oi me,,, , r-l ,. , ,,,, ' !nii.ina ikmimi ni arm naiay si vne tnt iitiiri esmoiutl hearing on the i.l ml-iletialion ship sul.al.lv lull. NAVY RADIO MEASURE IS SENT TO HARDING Hf Awntiated Pnaa WASIIIMiKi.N. April 7.-1 gislatlv ...t on mi i..oipetel t.itav on the navy . 1i.. t.ill ahull Would extend until June la. !!:.. the turn- on whl.h inn.ei.t owi.e.1 ri'bo would l permit- I. d tn handle pr- and commercial nx-awig.-a a i" the laifli- The e.wi f. r. n. e r. it wa a.l.t.-d by the Hen ale a tt h d Ihi-k vest ei .lav bv th - II. i ih.. and 1'ie tmaiaiirr now a'a-s t-i I he pi I I.-I.I. GOVERNOR REILY AND SECRETARY ACCUSED Rr Aswalal I'm Jt AN April T K. M -et II. My. g.ocrniT of I'.tn tlUw. Au lltnr Krs- HEtt and il.ni inor lieilv s private tt.nv It irw..il Hull, sir charged In a grand P'tj sntn.-cl wi'h i.i.ie it p'il li.- (.it. I f.a pruate purchases. 1 here sie four diffeleol coonls agalist - - t ' ' ti- - "" "L wi.IV coal atrlke. I ft to right, John I. of the I'nlted Mine Workera; Frank MoT 528 BANKS FAIL DURING 1921, BUT 163 OPEN AGAIN SOUTH LEADS IN FAILURES AND NORTH STATES HAVE BEST RECORD ft? A VBaak4j'44Bjfl fvtjaajj WAHIIlNGTuN. April 7 T-urlng tha n len.lar year lf21 a total of SM slat -nd prlvit Isinks In the munlry were Vaed. arinrdlng tn a atato'itent Issued tuli y b Comptroller of the Currency i Tlaeinecr a u-i-'iarU'.ng lrk riillun-s for lh ear.' II iwever. he -idd.-d. 1(1 of these lainka were able tn re -open or ilheml. Huoldato their llahnitlea. Th. II- Unties i f th other 115 bank, he te-airt.l, agrr.gut-Ml approximately lint .vin niHl making the aversi(4 per !auk ala.ut I2KS.IM11. The K'Uthern g.i'ginphlral dlvlalon. Mr rraing.-rihi li.red. waa the m.t a reaisly uffi-t.-d In r-siect tn the num her of bank fallurca and .the vnluine of liabilities, there being 111 falluii with lahllttlea toUiling C'T.tHiu.nou tit that section. i' Fillurea in the wvst.-rn state h" ion tlnii.il, numlH-re.1 l? and the Pal.illties eximl.il f K.ihhi.Oimv in the tuld lie a'atea tha numlier a failure was sixty nnd the r..it-.l lial.ilitiea .x!UiM F.- Iiim to the nunila-r of ( witn lis liilltli-a exi entlng 113 San.MiO ii urr.-d In the I'ai Ifli states. There were nlv five failuria In the ICtiXTIM K.il UN I'AGF. TWt)l WITNESS ASSERTS GILBERT'S DYING l-IFE SAYS SHE TOLD LIE TO SAVE III id TEXAS Hun I. lillb-rt. who wns a-uullted In ,,,.r, i ,,,,,,-t h r. . n a . haige of kill I Kent al the Citv lrua Hl.e. tr.il t this wc-a In la-nver m h-t of hi w ife last fall. lillUrt la nilee-ng oinmlt'.il aui. td : A eMv fioni a that Mra lii!ta-rt la-nver ir Thurad-tv r: "I In.l f..r Kmn one, wh. n he ah -t a in.n In T..i I aiiMe to mr..-r re la'l- ns with th loan he kill.. I. but It ill true I will not lie thla time"' M K l:llnl of l:l"'l l.il...;n tie.-t t-M a w. sl.l.- ...nit J.ir W.-1'iea.lny these w.-re sinoiig Ihe last words ap k en by Mrs .lnnle (iillnrt f.a- wloaw all. -.i I' Uid. r Ktmu. l l (iillH-tt. hr hulwn. Is ti.tw t-n ttlil The I. aiitio.iiv l.ioke a a a 1-m.rell In the iai.i .a" the r. f. n whl.h had ! previously ii a'at.-d that the wltnesa give the gi.t . t a n. raati..n il..- hid' , .. Mi. i;.i-it th. Utt.r lav h' '. ci Ing li-lHeen life and il.-alh on a . "1 1 1-, in.- .ot.ntv h i.t.l. Iath i aioe the 1 li- v .J.l ytie ml H.-n ah. t hei l make w f n..th-r o.iuaik. ami ..i, !.h, t lie Ii" I h .1 sh. that sha atM.ut t.- la h.-i Mi'm.,'' t!.e e.ti..a w.-r.t en. S'le priant thit h- mtclit t f a-- no n. but tlu.l ih- th. -e . Inldi'-n. lang - lia Iioiii : to tun of '. sh.ajl.l go to hr .' r Hhr isti.l ahe mtildn I 1bear to let Ham's People hav thm." I y a, m lu.iiii Jd.i-lared th dying JAPAN WILL KEEP PACT IN LETTERTO GET NEW AND SPIRIT . a v. . m nt to' the .a.l newaoera tUy I'l iL ll I Atia-ll 7 T Mukou .li.iia.rt. 1 aaya a i ot.fercm-e of the a.bnliala haa i;ecl.lcd that the atrength of the Jap. .lieae navy r.ri,i,.i,.i i.v ik. u..h. I Ington armnniKit confereni, la suffi cient fia- the defense of tha empire. It waa ailil.il that a statement won would le fiN-thcomlnK, making clear the Intention of Japan to si.l.liv in let ter and In spirit by the Waahlngtoii agreement. NORMAL SENIOR IS NAMED HEAD CANYONSCIIOOL A. D. PAYNE HAS MADE EX. TRAORDINARY RECORD IN TEA CHIN 0 CANYON. April 7. A. I. I'ayne, aa niur In West Texas Rtata Nornail Col-b-ge, waa rl.i till head of the public arhiails of Canyon City at a meeting ol the aehiail lawrd Fiiibiy night. Ha will tak up hla new position next Hep-leinlM-r to fill the place of C. U Hons, v ho hand.-d In hla resignation several week ago, to tak effect at th clua of thla avhuol term. Mr. l-ayn will receive bis A. II. de gree at the close of the autnmer a ston. He la very popular among tha rtudent laaly, and la making a great tLcord In hi school work. Last quar ter he crr1"d all aubjia-ta and mad (Iva "A''" and one "11." In addition lg tvrblng on Latin subject and rp rwenuitg th Normal In tha dvbaUM thla year. Mr. I'ayne la 10 year old. and la considered on of th beat teachers for hla ag In th slat iif Texas. He haa had nine years' espertenoe in th 'aching profeaejon, and haa mad a Io& aucceaa In every achuol ha haa . i-en connn-ted with. A. U. I'ayne waa born In W lllamaon county. Texaa. In 1J He la th son of I'hllllp I'ayne, fanner, of thut coun ty. II ienl his early life on farm. nd attended a country m hunt during his sr tlm. The parents moved to Calllhan cnun ty when h wag atlll a young boy. It was ther whr he started bia teaching la-ofeaaion. He taught two years In a school where conditions were very bad whn h entered, but changed under Ma supervision, and at tha and of :he two yeara h waa offered much larifet salary. He haa taught a nun Im of si hoots tn Calllhan, Howard, I'ul. and King counties. In HI and Itll Mr. I"ayn attended Pliumona College. He entered West Tries Htate Normal College In 1111, and reii-lved a dipl.ana from the Inatltu Ion In llll. It waa here wrier h met Miss Kxa Johnson, a audeiit in he N'.a-nial. They wet married In 115. Th. n Mr. I'ayne started In the leach .fig prof. a..n and purau.il this line of a-tak until If 21, when he entered Weal 'exss Htate Normal fnlh-ge. He attend ed summer whiails and taught during he remainder of the year la-cause h ss never satlafi.il with the education te had and was determined to g , ugher. woman's great, si regret seemed tn I that h-r husband had never -nt her a mesange 4 l.e oe a word of onaola tln, but had b-ft hr to die, suffering and alone. Ilr K. NUlard. hualaind of the wit nee and owner nf the home In the real of !' I.ln.oln air.i-t, wh-re the (ol liert llveil, teatifird the Woman tame IMHindirig on hi d-sc In the early niian Ing of Xv. I. .wiling f. help "I threw i.n tha d.w. to find h In a inshti..n. a m.-aa of I.I.miI from hm. t.i f.i.4." IT iMlllard d.i hred "Ib-r hiialutml waa standing le hind sraai.ifig her arms "t h he aln.t me! He shot me! Iel i.... Ib-lp m-" the woman waa crying.' the it. n.r iit. " hv, woouin. y..u know ymi sh youralf." lame fim the hualuind, ac i-.vd ng to the wltnena. "X, Ham. you shot me. and you ana know It ontv t.i well," waa the wt. In Ihlllard .bilarcd. The d.-f.-nae la eXieeed to plead sub .e. sin.e flllbert, from the fliat. has malntln.it that his wife shot herself. The etste will attempt to dlacountcn- n.e anr s.. h th'tav. with Ihe teatl- monv of eaH-rta. lr. A. -iln.ii-JeKli. ami C. M U Itenncti, M .uti haiin. htmplHI revolver shot , rhvaninns testlfls that pneuniontt. brought cn by lnfe tlona from the wound, is used Mrs. tiilhert'a d.sth oi.VTISt t:li ON I'AflK SIX) WORTH PART OF TEXAS IS PROSECUTOR WAHIIIiTN'. Aorll 7. The bill tn Provme over a an-ce m.a-r 01 iruenti " a-lv.a-at.il aa a ineaaure to ra- neve j-onKi'a'ion in ine mniii mwrin In courts nnd a polltl.nl p-ilronnge "pnrk barrel" waa imna.il late today by th Hennte and sent to conference with the House. Twentvthice more fi-leral djstrlnt Judges illtrll.ut.-d throiiyhiiut tha conn. try and ono more Judge for the fourth circuit are provld.! tiy (lie Henato bill aa avnlnst 22 district Jli.lg.-a under tha original bill t.iaaed by I'm llous last Ik-n-mla-r. The Northern Texaa and) Rnstern OHUihnina rtlalrlol euih would gel an additional Judge. The Henate vote of final pnaange wag A In It. with i rtv lines broken. Right TVmocrala, Henrtnra A'hnrst. Arisona; ntcher. Florldi; lllt.h.ia-k, Nebraska; Myers, Montana: IVmerene. Ohio; Trammell. H.irlla: Walsh, Maaaschu. setts, and Walsh. Montnna, voted With II llpiibll(wns f.a- the bill. The npMiitlnn Inclinbd elghl Repub licans ami thirteen la-mnrrata. tha ft, publicana being ih-nntnrs tlorah, Idaho; CaiMr. Kanaas; Frsm-e. Maryland; Iadd, North Ihikirfa; UFolletta, Wig. eonsln; McNsry, iregon: Norrla, Na bra ska and Townaend, Mtrhlgaa. Th dentm-ratlo npimnenta were fvnatnra llmusaard. Imlalana; Caraway. Ar kanaas; trial, Hnuth Ctrollna; Harris, fleorgla: Harrison. Mlmlaalppl; Kan drlrk, Wyoming: King. I'lah: Overman, North Carolina; Hhcpnard. Texaa; Hhleldn, Tennessee; Htailry, Kentucky; t'nderwnnd, Alahanm. and WllUams, Mlsalsalppl. Torli HarrW AHrgesJ. Th "pork tsirrt-1" and "b.g roHlna charges made ntu-nly on the floor by democratlo oian-nla of th bill and denied by It suptMtrtcr wera followed! by some oan maneuvrra aid kaleido. ample vote changing during tha doaeaj mil rnlls nn amendinents today. i Th bill finally contained provisions for four more district JinVea than recom. mended hv the ftenate Judb-iarv Com. mil lee. These Included one ench fop New Jersey. New Mexico, the Western Missouri district and Ihe gnuthern Flor Idn district. Th bill provides for an annual fall conference of senior circuit Judge at Washington, with Ihe chief justloa and attorney nf the I'nltrd Kintea tn mak cmnprehenslv survey of Judicial business if the country and mak bench assignments, t prov blea also for assignment by the chief lustlc of Judges to districts where ther la con gestion or where the public Interest la general require such assignment In adding four Judgea to tha hill's total, the Henate voted down numerous amendment for other Judges and to ra due the nunilier nithi-ti-d. STORM SIGNALS SENT OUT OVER AREA NEAR GULF NEW DISTURBANCE SWEEPS NORTHEASTWARD FROM INTERIOR SECTION H AMnriswd I'rraa lliil HTi'N. A i.l II T. Htoroi warning were h.a'ai.il abrtig the Texaa- coast from I "is I Arthur lo Corpus IThrlatt t.Liy, aa a new iliturtn'-e swept n..i tlieujita iirj over the state fnaii th interior. The wind shortly after noon today ml a t in .d a ie..ilv i f Vt miles an lour, and wl'ids of 7 to SI lullea an i .ii r w. i. f. re, uat by the I'tilt.-d Htate V .-tiller !iir.u. . Mi-anwhlle, the slave uT the floods n lott'.in lar.ila of K.nt Texas rivers a iHt. I ti.. tn Im all Kit that of litli. Th.- in-ai i f all flisxls hn moved -u-Hier the Cult, with tho cessation lat ulni at the h.wdwaters. nn th Itr.txos the crest wis ta-tweaQ Va!l. y Jun. t;on and WaalilnytiNi to i'y. On the Trinity, the crest Is Well b l.w I halloa, and greatest area of flood i Lind la around IJlt1y. Tha mid dle .-it ion Kjairls a slight f-.ll. The X.i hex ts still out of Its banks I i:.',kl but lalllng sWmly. Th Hiil.lne Is rising near (Tange. The crest .r epi te l there by nootr" t.mi.tinr, a the ii.p.-r e.ii:..n the river I fall ing. Itoth the tlao.laltipe and Man Marcos are report.! still out of I -auks around Con ml. a LAWYER DISLOCATES ARM BY GESTURING 9r Aaaorlat Via O.Mll. e'.. Ata-il barle Kulat. "-! ant c unty ttorney, geti. niil .te.1 so vigoraaus'y In hi pr s-e itl -n in district Court lialay ..f n..n tiiini.-o fir a Haitor al. UtiP'i. that his rlaht arm waa li...ii-d Two attorneva pulhtl tt Im. a into iJa.-e. Oar. -ci waa cn tk-ted.