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m Oldest Established Paper in Curry County Of ficiaJ Paper of U. S. Land Office VOL. 14, NUMBER 37. THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921. $2.00 PER YEAR CLOVIS 38; AMARILLO 21 Local Five Win Pi.u Valley Cham pionship. Will Attend Stat Tour nament to be Held at State College March 17th, 18th, and 19th. In the presence of the largest crosvd of basketball funs of the year, the Clovis Hiffli School quintet defeat ed Amarillu Hitch School last Satur day night 38-21. The decisive defeat of Ainnrillo, one of the stronnest teams in the ranhamlle, not only (fives Clovis a claim to the champion ship of the Panhandle hut also maUes her show up stroiie; as a contender for state honors, having in addition won the championship of the IVeo.-i Valley. Although Clovis has not played all the teams in the Valley, yet the fives that she nan defeated were able to teams in the southern the year with major teams follows: Clovis 42, Santa Kosti 2ft; at Santu Roan. Clovis lfi, Purti.lcs 2; at Tortalea. Clovis 38, Santa Rosa 21 ; at Clovis. Clovis 19, Albuquerque 23, ut Al buquerque. Clovis 20, Roswell 15 J at Clovis. Clovis 39, PoKales 21 ; at Cbvis. Clovis 38, Amarillo 21; ut Clovis. An interesting comparison of the team this year with the championship team of last year, before departing for the tournament, muy be found in the per cent that the total score of the opponents for the season bear to the total score of the home team. The per cent that the opponents were able to score on las', year's team was SO'.'.. On the team of this year, not including the minor names 58'.. ; in- 1 ml tii? the minor iranies it. is li'i'l . Accor.lintr to the dope the local five, if they play tine ta form, should g've the other teams of the state u lively run for the hampionship. However, all dope may be upset owing to the change of the rules this year permitting a player to be put back into the game nfU-r again being taken rut. Under this rule a whole team can be taken out for rest, as NEEDN'T WORRY FOR 3,000 YEARS OVER EXHAUSTION OF COAL Chicago, III., Worry over the ex haustion of coal supplies muy be put off for 3,000 years, it was said here by George II. Cushing, managing di rector of the American Wholesale Coal Asociatiun, Washington, D. C. "We have four trillion tons of conl under our soil," he said. "Half of this will supply this country and support our export trade for at least 3,000 years. Kxisting bituminous coal mines can produce 988,000,000 tons a year, whereas the production in 1920 was but 557,000,000 tons." CHAMP CLARK C.ETS LEGISLATIVE HONOR Try a C'ovis Newn Classified Ad. Regular Meeting CLOVIS COMMANDERY Will be held at Masonic Hall Second and Fourth Friday nights of each month. at 8:00 O'clock. All Sir Knights residing in this jurisdiction are Invited. P. A. LaShier, Recorder. Santa Ke, N. M., March 8. Champ Clark, who passed awuy in Washing ton recently where he had long serv ed as democratic leader in the house ' of representatives in Congress, was 'praised in a joint resolution proposed in the house by Nichols, minority j floor leader. The resolution paid high tribute to the statesmanship of : the Missourian. i Carter, majority flo. r leader, mov ed the adoption of the resolution in the house and it was passed unani mously. The senate later concurred by a unnnimous vote. Our coal business is black but we treat you white. Lane & Sons Grain Co. 1-13-tfc Regular Communication. A. F. 4 A. M. Next Tueiday Night P. A. La Shier, Secretary 4 w 'l over tilt and Western nails giving Clovis tin largest percentage of games won Willi jn tm, a,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,. k ,,., ,.m K. nm major leanis. i ne iucui mm1 una m feated Hoswell twice which in turn won over Fort Sumner by a decisive ' seme. Fort Sumner has the only team slewing any class other than Ilo-well despite the fact that Haerr nian defeated I'oswell early in the season by one paint. Artesi:: and CinUhad are out of the race while Iip'Ii Ci is and Fort Sumner " . ... r l'liil-ile-. S.-i'la Uo-a has been ! feat' 'I twice by Clovi-i and b'-oke - -ii wi'h l-'nrt Summr. I- or the l"e:il f vi lire:ii:.n n'-.d K. lit Hunt have been laiyelv re;;c,i--.- '.it f .r Ill" s'ICCe.'i-f'd season. Ti '"'' v re belli im-mh (. of last year's . . '( reli!., II liei'll' one of llie in at n critical point of the game with decisive results. This rule puts tile t.niiH ef th" echo ls located at a long dMancc from the tournament at a great disndviintnirt' on account of the great eypei se incurred in taking more than s;x men. The hi end will be pretty and white. if you use Sunlight. CHURCH OF THE BRFTHKF.N I M in roe and Thornton Pt. inn ! : 15 a. 111. 1 1 a ni. and 7 ::!) p. m. d I' :".n p. in. e whil r the Hunt. state eb-ini ion h' if luaii, i layini in n i in . i I sc., ny po ti led. r. r ti I ut. iiiy III. II oil the h.ivi le-eii ran- mi play I lie floor vil. lad thint's :'lmM Ii vr.tr:- it vart 'rally ! . f III ' ei i'.'el'.: .. . : act ion this --r;i- -.lietild easily in. ike icl ;alc tei'iil for thai pi.'.ition. i t ha.- been the pivot ( t ine le.'iin floor work and runs. Fun in-n'. a .. i, ice for the t'ltal po nt scorei' pit- lh" fact Hiat he. was m,I in lineup of .'lie game on neroiint of Fur the rest of the team nil e ine'..pei'ie:ii'. il, this helm.' their t veaf at baskitball. For the git. uds, Jones and Anderson hnv i. .ii.tn.il tli, i safiUv end of the cour in tin ndmirabb' manner. Jones nl vay. pleasi s tlie fans and di .-appoints opponents. What he lacked in he made ::p in ppecd and light. ,l, rsoti li s Im en lh.' ri'Jil niau in r'i'l place, (ici.nc''ilin'r his op ponents and occasionally slppuig down ilc com t and making n basket. Kaily in the seas. in Sledge van forced out of tin' ("ami' on account of an in jured knee, (lien Hunt stepped into the vacancy nnd played the position in a sal isfacloi'V manner. Oilier bas ket los ers who have been showing up tire Jerry Miser, Hilly (Ireear, Frost and the Freshman-Sopho more t'-nm, i 11 of (' horn w'H be heard from in bask"tb'iiM"M r.cxl ye.ir. An interesting fralure f this basketball si'ason has 111 en the lying of lb; I'n -hmaii-So'inioie am. They h;.o played four games mils i!e schools winning three and losing the fourth to the Amarillo team cnnsist'iitr of the Aniarilm coach ntid four of the regular s:piad. The game was an aftermath of the main rnnlest on Saturday night. The schedule of the first team for Cor;. i r ( f Sunday 'c I'r. a di n:' C. W. h':r Thoic will he nrc'icliinu each even ing il"vinir the week at 7:ro. A welcome for evcr.bnily. I I!. Tli impsoti, Pastor, MARRIAGE RF.CORDS. nv. I III 11, II 11 at des, llie ilh.i fir. Ins i i.e A', tic fin. T, u vear V' w ;lh lie al;o , rmamlez ant Mavi M .,-r both el' I' .r'.ales, were mar ried Moe hiy by Kcv. Fahian Hoei'in f'.,r,n, o li li a-in and Ja m M in. I.oib of Tevico v, ere married .Monday by Judge A. I.. Phillips. KENSINGTON CLUB 'I'll.. Ke";t,i lon Club met at th home of Mrs. John Howard last Wed nesday aficrtmin. The time passed raniillv as the ladies sewed and dis missed "The Japanese iplestion." The hostess served d licious refreshments to Mrs. C. K. Pcnnis, Mrs. Maleer, Mrs. James Denirs, .Mrs. Uenhof, Mrs. Story. Mrs. Wright, Mjs. Collins and Mrs. Ihagi'ii. HOSPITAL ANNOUNCES ITS VISITING HOURS From 10:00 n. ni. to noon: from 2:(tn to 1:00 p. m. and from 7:00 to :lin p. ni. are the hours during which visiters will he received at tie' Hap Fsl lli'soital, nrrnrd'ng t.i nnnounce meiits made lliis week. Quite a number of patients are be ing cared for n.nv at th" hospital, and il has become necessary for the visiting hours to he regulated. A home Sunlight piodilct for home people Flour. 1-n-tfc II may not !:' of much interest to anybody but a cockroach has no t.n ne 'I.-. Arkansiiw Tom Cat. We buy and sell mules nnd milk poms, also sell you groceries as cheap as nnybndy. Willmon tiros., eld lone Star Wagon Yard. 12-23-4tc Mr. Farmer We have just completed our concrete elevator and are prepared to buy your grain. Get our prices. The Western Elevator Go. (Incorporated) adiant New Raiment for Easter With the Charm of Spring in Line and Fabric Because of the prestige that is ours in matters pertaining to apparel, our patrons know that the modes launched here are authentic The coats, suits, frocks and other articles of smart attire, we now present, represent the choicest interpretations of their individual modes. They ate novel, different and uncommonly attracti' e. Forecasting Sp nm The character of wrap most admired for Spring is a com promise between a cape and a coat with a strong flavor of the former. Fashion's mirror reflects many capes pur and sim ple -and many coats em bodying more or less the lines of Capes. Artful Use of Plaids and Checks These Skirts .ire sportsman like af fair3 of wool plaid and are developed with various styles of plaits and pocket3 that make them most irre sistalle. Then there are the plain tailored one3 and some with wide embroidered bands above the hem. 55 rn-i i c .1 v. 7 .j'i"v WW J : ' i ill Ho-Made Dresse V iv 1 1n- woim.iii who delimits in h'UMcy I'rui lss niul ;iirons I'm- Iimii-c nr jn-iinlcii Will", luil wlin l.H'ks l!u lime 1i ln-'kc l! '-in fuf licl'srir, we n!!Vv " IO-.M AUK" nar liiriils nf o'.iii,i;li.'iiii. jpcrcalc iiiul tii("'(('i'i.i''l iiiliii in Iruly individual lundcs. A'sn a clcvt'i' line if frocks ami fuiiici's t' r I lie kiddies. asliicn's Trend In Suits The procession of suits for Spring shows the trend of Fashion in four directions with many versions of the box coat in the lead. Then come the straight line blott ed md slashed models fol lowed by others. Styles are determined by the coats, and skirts are plain. Our models have tint chic simplicity approved with much fervor just now. Eyelet Embroidery Frock Feature The frock that may be taken as a criterion of the Spring styles for afternoon wear is a combination cf blue and grey Crepe de Chine. Plain bodice and long tunic are of midnight blue; underskirt, waist, cuffs and sash of grey. Spring is written in all its details, but emphasised in the eyelet embroidery on both bodice and tunic. And, too, there are many other style versions here. "IF IT'S NEW WE HAVE IT" V. I. Luikart & Co. "IF IT'S NEW WE HAVE IT"