The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 252, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 20, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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3Pf)e precknrttse Batty American
VOLUME I NUMBER 252
BRECKEXRIDGE STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1921
PRICE FIVE CENTS
GERMANY HEDGES; MAKES REPARATIONS OFFER
SOUTHWEST GETTING PLAY j
AS OPERATORS SEEK SAND ;
IN PROMISING DISTRICTS1
llir 'iwrrst termor from lli'.k
t iirtillT' l -'' ' !fC Bll ilMTell-lll lil
t li- I - fMii'- frtii ihr field ln-
ili. an I i i ln n ' mi in w i if iMtr
I.HHll'i ml .hMiIioiiiiI ptoiiii-nig (-
V lupim ' i'i i r rritors I lull luiw Hot
1. .11 c 'h. nil. utloii it lvl.By the AocUt4 P.tti.
a.eonln k i" "II men j
Mmi 1 A Krtel. w !m have tusn con-
trailing il' tlie niunlf fuV tilt liHxt
vrar. nml bine Im-ch -" lilted withj
tul I Hi1- in drilling i. " ittl-wlhlcnt
en tin- K "-niker fnni. r.-iKirt that I
they ha inilil their ui'li casing!
in good mix hikI now dulling nicely
Villi ! II ll hole j
This Mil i- mi inten-'mg uie. mul '
I Islhg wiit.li.-d with H" Imli cure by
liuny Si- ('In n minify "iHi:i(oi"
M INSTALL PI.ANT
r. t tut I of AIIkiut N Y i iii
the cllj Mil- week oil mi ii-liilul hits!-
n-s tnp in mtifftloii with locating of
gasoline nii.iriilloii plant- in different
parts ' Hie field Mr ltiitler in com-
luiny with iitern miiiiiili-t- have
Ihimi ruM-l considering the inedibil-
ities for fne isi-t month .mil iirt- mm
In llio ftiM irmklns it .iref"il survey
In tin 'ii "( making lni-iiie- ion-lii-ctlous
lirr. Mr RllU.r plans to
inoM- iii- i.itiul to Itrr k. in nlge. Mr.
Duller i- lopping at tl M.imu UiMei.
(i il to (i) deeper
Afft-rilm i" news f 'in me In frim
the Gulf I'r.Nim flint t"- K. Stoker
( amp n tli. outskirts "f the city to
the fo :..-. -r ;r ;- cUJr lutetitloi. to
make ! eji t ' of one of their pres-
A churl lime ago the Gulf tost a rig
from unknown anwt. which has tn-en
rvlmllt illid It in understood will Ik'
used In try out the lower level of pay
for thl- iiHiitcdlnte vicinity.
K U A. t'. W. lloli if I AllCfltsS
nn huy thin e'k lookltiK over the
IxelblltUoi fur loottttHK a cti-ollne uh-
Miriitlou plant In the vicinity of Cryi-
tal K.tll. Tlite KPiitletBeiit have nmile
n Mtcci with in-ltic henil ivliintf out
on t'jf .l fiHiht mul lmvi lieon cdii-
NiilcrlnK 'in .tin t inn of nuotlior liJunt
111 Sit pllellt ' oimty lnc tlie fltt of
i.owekim; H INCH
HIM x.iter sm 1m tt" tli s inch
hi Mnxiii A. i:rtel P ik I. in tk
IniKu 4i.uli'Hi moiiiP"! in UI umifr-
r ninilig Job.
Mr. MaxvMU rpjiorU tlM well Iwliig
tx feel at preut. ami Ih-IIpvps the
water will lw rtml oot tsmnptetply when
jipe h itl agHln. Tlie pipe was
lewereil TA fi-eC
TKA.MMKL MAKING IU0
Word nmcliwl the city Uhiy of tli
tooipletlen of Tnunmi'l Na I of the
Magnolia Co.. wmth of tlio .Moon eiunp
or ulmiit 7 miles MiuthWBt of Uio oity.l
nutking U0 iNirn-U natHnil Pay wm
found In Uio Caihlo limp frwn wlilclij
Hie Sluekilr got theii tl. W. ThoriH
List Nov' mln r
LK.UT ni:c.K AIDS
ah isi.iu.1 Muiiiul. wlti(i whs reiKirt-i-.l
to I a i MiK-citlml in nbuUlbg off
water IhI.w iJh ir U-l h cttslns Ie-
than a ck -ic. rppr'- their loca-
tion south of tap Haptist l'liU'nrarle
lot. u nwklas lfiO bbU a d.iv after
Klvtng It ti Itghl rbarge.
II. t) .V It. Cm. Inure two new hx-a-iioiis
on i he Spain 1pp wpst f Ivaiu
two new l.atlnis w tur Joiwa Ipease.
six unhs M.iiihwmt uf Imp rlly ami ohc
new IiK-ui"ii "ii tlrelr Hart Imse eight
lutluji Miuth. a-i of U rlly.
01 T TO TIIK WrST
Maxwell A Brie! et al have Mtdilril
in on their llrowa No. I. flialleaweiit
if th city where they expert tohrlng
s.une' posl territory Into proliutlon.
arrive here on the 7 :10 a. m. C.
The Milcnolin oil vx-JleflulHg Ca nre
cnilltol with having ide two iiihli-
tlonal locution" on thelrHruwii Iwim a
mile Hinth of the city a) Xo. 17 and
GULPS ALLILN .MAKIXG "JW iWlJS.
The Gulf Prislnction's Alien Xo. 1
12 miles north of the city Is reported
making 200 barreU a day after a light
Maim alia OH Co.'s Glenn 3. south
east of the city was given a ligh! shot
ns n "teaser" and cjme back for 200
BETTER CM NCE
WASHIMSTON. April 20.
fanner from all parts of the
lulled Sialic here Imla aiiiioiiiir-
eil Unit I lit- wniilil lake the fight
fur it reduction of mil rales direct
to I'n'lilt'tit Harding.
2 Z'.i Aittctited Preti
WASULVIiTO.V. April "0 Furui.rx!
fmm varloun leetlnni of the iimutry I
nfflllntiHl wltli the Nntioiml fc'irnier
I'llliiil Slithered here tixlny for n three-'
lny wpwlon ami conference to ill.-eits
protilrniH nffectUiR their welfnre.
The ineetlnj: was culled by Charles
S. Ilnrrett. pre-iileut of the rnion. with
a view to Riving the farmers an op-
IKirtimlty of exprey-lni; their own
opinions on domotle prnlilems and on
IKMullnir or projiftetl loetiltition.
At the oiK'itlns of the eonferunti'
1'itrrett urKiil the erentlon of a Joint
euiisrewloiml eoiiimlftee to Impilre into
nml ctn:Ktt remedial measure foothe
Up declared that agriculture In Am-
erlen wnt rapidly pilns toward the
hill lt of "the halt. In me anil hllud."
ami aw-erleil that "what arlcullure
wantH i nu upiHirtuiiity to help it-elf."
WANT TO FIGHT
Ur the AtsoclaUtl Pren.
WASHINGTON. April ".0. Senators
and representatives front eleven far
western states today pcrfecicit an or-
gnulzntlno with a view to finding a
common ground uimiii -which to work '
lit order to solve the question of Jap-
Senator Johnson of California wns
naineil chairman of a committee direct-
ed to npiNilnt an executive committee
of one scuator anil one representative.
from each of the following states :
California Oregon. Washington Idaho.
rtnli. Nevada. Arizonn. New Mexico
rpxas. Oklahoma and Colorado.
rVO CIIII.DKKN I)IK; (INK
SKNT TO HSTiaNl 1I0MK
Lloi! Haggard tiiree-inoutlis old sou
of Mr. mul Mrs. J. F. Orndorff died
at their home in the city at ll::0
o'clock Inst night. Ilurial tiKik placo
in the Hrcckenrhlge cemetery this af-
ternooe. Malvin IVrklns. two-year-old child
of .Mr. and Mrs. li it firmer died at
their home two miles east of the city
tit S:10 hifct night. The Unly was sent
to their former home Knstlaml for In
tSF.KKS FINDS TO SKNO
WOMAN TO 01.0 1IOMK
Captnln lireuunn of the Salvation
Army Is ever mi some helping mission.
He tins uuilartiikeu to -enil a sick wo
man aciouipalilisl by a nurse to her
home anil iieop'e Ihmiivllle Arknn
sas and is seeking to rube .!( for
this puriHi-i'. The woiimn is Mrs. Inun
Weore alMiut SO years of age nml who
has been sirk for some montlis being
ctiretl for hy neiglilsirs in tlie camp
vicinity. She wus employed here for
a time mul Un-miic sick.
FOREIGN' TRADE GOES
DOWN IN RIG SLOIP
By tli AssocUted Piess.
WASHINGTON. April 20. Ameri-
cas foreign tnulo was nearly three-
qnnrters of n billiuii dollars bi-i last
mouth than iu the same mouth tltst
yetir ncenrdlug to niiuouncemeiit hy
the department of commerce today.
SHRIXERS WILL RH HOSTS
TO ALL MASONS TIU'RSDAY
A full ntteniUince uf Masons In
Rnckenrlilt;e and vhlnlty is requested
for the blowout Ixdng given by tho lo-
i! Skriae club at the City club Thurs-
day night. All Mtswms mul their hi-
dlen lmve Uh?ii Inrlieil anil shrlners
are asktsl to wenr their fez.
MICH OIL HANDLED
Br Ti AsiocUKJ Puss
TEXAS. CITY. Texas. April 20.
Texas CUy Iutulleil a total of "OSl.lOS
barrels o? oil during March officers of
the Texas City Terminal louinnny an
- ! nnunepd. Outbound shins carried 1.
i 6U3.002 barrels while receipts of Mex!
lean and coastal crude totaled 1-18543
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Views of pipe
SirriTNt; of tin-
Kim (inlay. In ci
'BTlTNtJ of the fire pliij; was lie-
coiiupctlou with the
. - .. .. t.
laying of the iiinlns and laterals
Iii the city and water will he flowiue
heru for domestic use ami protection
ii'ialnst fires within tin? next twenty
iluvs or not later than twentv-five
.lavs was the statement made Ihb ""' a "ll-K '" l""- I '" : '" " ' l ""' ' "'"
All of the pipe line is laid In East This tank will he completed .within a
illumine hy n.mlu.-er John II. Ilawley llrin.ktlirIlI)S1. lllr;:P 1;irt lt.juwk. This t-l frame work rests on
En charge of the construction work. "It'.ty proiier. Seventy per cent of the' four Iiubp concrete pillars ten feet at
will 1m- a little later than thl.s before:
the flltrutlon plant Is retidy for openi-
tlon." he sn lit. "but rimm! water will
serve in the interim."
Speaking of the progress of the work
OF DALLAS IS
TO VISIT US
Mayor Frank Wownemft of Dallas
will pay Hreckenriilge a brief visit to
morrow morning. Acvouipanlctl by ol-
He Webb general pas-'enger agent of
the Texas A Pacific Hallway he will
arrive here on the 7:1." a.m. C & X. K.
.Mayor Wozencnift Is slated for one
of the leading orators at the Cisco
Dam celebration tomorrow but Is coin
ing to Hrcckenrhlge fur n two hours
lay. Ix'foro the celebration hour hi
that city returning there on the !'3
a. in. train.
The distinguished visitor who Is one
of the leading mayor of the state ami
a world wnr veteran will lie met at
the depot b a delegation from the
mayor's office here from the Chamber
of Commerce and from the local Am
erican Legion inist. and will be shown
over the city during his brief stay
here. lie will 1 made to realize that
what he has read about this wonderful
oil field city iliM-s not half tell It
.las. C. Itoliert.s of Hijustou is n snest
a ttlie I'earson this week while in the
city on business. In connection with ile-
M'lopments north of the city.
Ceo. Walsh of Itrowiiwood. who Is
Interesteil In shallow production near
that city is on a short biulness trip
to Hreckenrldge looking nfter Interests
In euutiectluii with ilevetopmriiU now
. . . t ..i ii.i-
Tl Will- Z.r ul!Z !r
week liK.kl.g after 1 iisl.es. I ests
111 t:illlliui;lirl .. ... . .--i"- .-- .....
on the Riiht side. He I at the Miller i
1...I.... I V IML-I.W of ll.m.l.U l
J""w - ""-' -... -
visitor lu the rity this week in i-on-
I.I. l.l. r-ur.llu- the
liev.iuii ... .f.tB.M. ---
Gmintnty State Hank.
RAITLST RALLY DAY
TuHiorrnw is Rally Day for the lUp-
tlsts. They a ill hold an All-Hay
meeting at the Tuliernucle ami wrve
an obl-fushlotieil Ulskit iliuiier on the
grouiul. Thoe lit charge of the pro-
... . 1...-..1. ...
rum urge an lames u me inmiu
attund. and to bring with them well-
ll.V.SION ENGINEER HERE
G. T. Wentzel chluf ellglnwr al the
Wichita Falls Ranger . Fort Worth
nillcouil. mis over the hao lust even-
lug oil a tour of Inspection. He went
out to Jlmkiiru iH'fore returnllig to
Br the Associated Pr.
FORT WORTH April 20 - The
weeklj reisirt of the inspwtors f the
Texas Cattle RnlreiV association tixhiy
announced a heavy movement of Texas
- l - .ittle to northern pastures following
- iimnliiiiitii of damage t& cruss and
weeds as a result Df the recent belated
cold waves. Market sb.pnit.its are German propositions regarding repara- and. after viewing the member the all-
light jtlons. men jury awarded her the sum aked
and ditchliig at Crjslal I-'alN; ami Clearforlt dam.
Mr. Haw ley -aid that the puinpiiiK ma-
'clilnery Is at the Crystal 1'ulN iliim.'liloeks in course of liulldlns. Hut work
.....I .. til I... ..I.......1 I.. 41... ......i ..... .1 ' .... M.t.. . ....!.... ...Ill I... 1i.it. ... I. ..1 ....
.111.1 lll .' I'lllV'Ml 111 111V IIVAL H' O.l r
' . . .
ns soon ns the eonereto foiiiiihilinii
Jlls M..ls(1Irt . Tho m
frollI 1(.n. t tIll. t.ty punipins site IsJIh
practically complete mul (Ins latter
P'nnt machinery will he installed in
I t ...At. .
ditches in the city are due. and the .
pipe is boiiis rapidly laid and leaded
together. The Walker street main line
through the liusluesn dNtrlct has been
delayed on account of the viaduct con-
JAP COl'NCTL TO ItKAK
MINISTRY'S VIKW ON YAP
By Iho Atioctated Frex.
TOKIO April -'0. The local
press states that the cabinet ile-
ciileil jts.tertlaj that it saw no rea-
son to alter Japan's polio on the
Yup mandate question because of
lliii rrcent American note on tlie
subject. Kepiirts state that the de-
cision of tlvo ministry will he pre-
sented I-'ridaj at an extraordinary
meeting of tlie diplomatic aihi-nry
"We the jurj. find the ilefciiil:iiit
Kuilt ! cimrgci! in the liuiiri-
inciit and'a-sos his piuiishmeut al
three ears in tlie penitentiar."
Such was Hie erilict of the jury
at three o'clix-U this islterniHiii in
the trial of C. ('. Miliill. for the
Killing of his lirolher-in-law II. II.
Siiuniiius at Fr.iuhell last October.
'Hie jury was in deliberation about
one ami a half hours.
As the cnlict was priiiiiiuuced
.Mrs. MrGHl swooiu'd into a col-
lapse ami as her husband was in!
auiiy Iiy the sheriff.
I50NT) ISSFi: DKI.WIII)
Tue city ciMuiuissimi met iu tvsulnr lliwlj MpilatIon. In Dr. W. 11. Sandy
session Uiis afternoon at f.mr oclock.!f Davenport. Iowa a chiropractor.
luu in me auM-iH-e or .Judge nottorrr.
uh of the .-wiuinlsMiouers. who Is at
Wm4t '" l-U"rato- ltl"n "
m lw. rf
awl Umd i.iu- papers for present!. on
to the attorney cinenil. It is hehl bv
. . . ' .
tht hi i-ntiisset lure that sucli nctloii
miMt u ak(.u whu WMnt f
... . I
the commissloii is present at the meet-
'Hie in-xt regular iweliug will lie
two weejLs frmi i.slay. and the mutter
'must In- ileluyeil to that tiuie. it is snhl.
B ta AHMiated P.
At STl.V April o -I iip repeal ui
the mlniuiiini wag. law ly fUe thirty
.Ventl legislature of the slate was the
. ....... .. . .
nasls lor ilisuiisu oi me cn-e or j.
(Poye. cuitl in Harris county for
.violating this law
j The c-urt of eruuiiwl apjieiils dw-
( iutel thr re twUy.
TO RR1NG )IIM RACK
Matthew King wanted here on a
charge of having di.piel of mortgag-
.1 pmiiero ha b.-eu arr.M.d f S.y
unmr. Texas ami is Ueing held there
ror Constable Ion Garner-who ps
POPE ISSl ES DENIAL
Bjr the AsscUid Pren.
ROME. April 20. A formal denial
was issued bv the Vatican today of re
ports that it would ait as intermediary
berween Germany and the Tnited
States for the presentation of new
srruetion an dthe various new business
Oil lllin MTII'lll .l.l 1- MIIIIIVIIlll II1-.M
week savs Mr Hawlev.
Krw.t0ll r llP B steel tank was
- kiiii folr days hko. and the lmce
steel frame work is already in place
and the howl of tlie hitunk is rc-tlni;
t.. i... ..t co r....t ..l i... .........!
the base ami resting on solid rock sev-
en feet in the ground and to which
they are solidly anchored.
A visit to Kast lllll to view this
work is very Interesting.
ON BAIL BOND
IN FT. WORTH
B tho Associated F.-eu.
FORT WORTH. April M. - Fred
Hughes former deputy sheriff of
Young county charged with shooting
ami killing Abe Kuloe and sou Abe.
Junior at South Rend Saturday was
released Jiere last night after furnish-
ing ST.000 ball.
Hughes was brought here from Gra-
ham for safe keeping.
HIS APPEAL IN
Bf Die Associated Press.
AI'STLV. April 20. - The ten-year
sentence given to John O'crbcr who
wns convicted of being an accomplice
ill the Norfleet .fto.OOO swindle case
was affirmed by the court of ciminal
The swindle attracted uatloua wide
nttention. F. J. Xorfleet of Hale conn-
J ty. Texas was swindled out of money
by several men claiming to lie repre
sentatives of Dallas ami Fort Worth
TO SETTLE HERE
I A new addition to the city's profes-
As mn us arrangements can he
. ... . i i :..
uuiue. nr. .aino mil nine me n nc
ami thrve daughters the Mls-es Ho
.kiurl(1-t. tielr futurt. home. Mrs.
. . . ....ii... ... ...n r... in.
'- " 111""""""' ur ...... ...- ..v.
f r Be !
line l'ing. Dr. Sandy is
Hm!. ufflcos nt the Commercial
(;(.;.; LFUVhi $20(100
i'(j pooit OF HOME CITY"
Djr IistaraaUanul Xtwi Srrke.
J DKXVKlt. April 20. Greek maids in
iMilattHl villages of their home laud
w. H IBnUt Xmw). Uy irlvlslons of
lu. ... . . n.t..tw. Denver res
..-. ... hhI here recentlv.
- -- .
.tMir Jrls nivry. province of Ar-
.iaias and Flls Grci-ce. will not be hu-
I mlllnteit beino of a lack of dowry
lirtM.llt tiltir pros-etlvo hiisbaiuls.
rts jimtf M Daulck's S20In) gift lasts.
i ALTO SHOW SUCCESS
By TM A.cUt.d Pr.fi
vu PASO. Texas. April 20.
- t.- automobile show this year was
l(H.Iftrwi iy uuuunoblle dealers to have
iH of )u. uot MUWssful from a
business view. Tlie show is an annual
SEEING IS RELIEVING
Er Intimaiteiud Newt Serrt.
- 1 MARION. Ohio. April 20. Pretty
Miss Jane Luft sprained her ankle
when she stepped Into o hole In the
street She sued Marlon for $3000
OFFERS TO GIVE ALLIES COIN
BUT IN LESSER AMOUNTS THAN
EMBODIED IN RECENT MESSAGE
The Associated Press.
i'AIUS. April 20. Germany on next Wednesday or Thurs-
day ill propose to the allies a payment of .1000000 "gold marks
during a space of ten years. They w ill al.o pledge yearly pay-
ments equal to one-fifth of the value of German exports to the
allied countries during the proceeding year.
The offer HI be an answer to the allied ultimatum given the
other day. It is not expected that the offer will find acceptance.
According to the Temps in an article published today that
in order to realize part of the above pavments Germany will pro-
pose and international loan of 10000000 gold marks at an inter-
est rate not to exceed five per cent.
The Temps comments as follows:
"Berlin is convinced that the propositions will be rejected by
the allies but insists on presenting them publicly in the hope
that a certain part of the opinion abroad will consider them suffi-
cient to bring pressure to bear on the llies not to occupy the
OF ALL OWNERS
Since the meeting last afternoon In
tlu Chamber of Commerce when an
organization was formed known as the
"Hreckenridge Restaurant Owners As-
soeiution."nn new moves bae been
made so far as the public has been
mnile aware. And nothing definite is
to lie announced until another meeting
of the newly organized association.
It lias been anticipated that one of
the purposes of this organization would
deal with the wage scale nml the right
of control by employers hut no public
announcements have been made.
At the perfection of the organization
yesterday the larger eating linu-es and
cafes were represented and the follow-
ing became charter members-:
Masters & Masters. Soreiisou cafe
Mrs. Thompson's restaurant. Quality
cafe. Warner cafe Mrs. VIrag's res-
taurant American cafe Kelley's cafe.
Miller cafe. Mint cafe. Pace cafe.
The officers chosen were:
W. P. Masters president.
J. l)s Rodger. vice president.
I. M. Conover I Miller cafe J secre-
tary. "CYCLONE" ROWS DOWN
REFORE MINOR'S GRASP
"Cyclone" Jackson the St Paul
lightweight wrestler who came all the
way from Minnesota to "rassle" with
Hilly Minor evident lyl subsided to
zephyr proportions on the way. for he
succumbed to Hilly iu twelve minutes
losing two falls one Iiy a toe hold and
the other b yar egular Steelier selssors
combined with a bar-arm hold. The
bout was u fast hard one and wns
more even than the cold figures indi-
cate. Minor looked exceedingly good
to the fans and will have their backing
against anything short of a champion
VLi Mcltriilc failed to put iu nu up-
pearaneo for his bout with Frank
Starr but his place was filled Iiy Kd
Warren who is hooked for a match
with Champion Pet Hrown at Cisco
shortly. Warren consented to the bout
as a workout for his Cisco match but
met with the surprise of his life for
Stair inure than held his own with
him for a thirty minute stretch when
It was called a draw. Warren stated
that the local grappler is one of the
toughest he ever met and unquestion-
ably of championship calibre.
Two youngsters wrestled to a draw
In the preliminary.
INSCRIITION ON I.AKE
HOTTOM WARNS OF TEARS
3 Internatiosuil 2fwi Service.
GBXKVA. April 20 A severe drouth
is prevailing In Switzerland and the
Rhone and Rhine rivers have dwindled
to half their normal size. At Gent-
bond the stone bottom of the lake lias
aiqicareil revealing this Inscription
ilnted INKI: "When you see me again
tlie world will N iu tears." Iu Ijifce
Tliun a similar inscription has lieeu re-
vealed. .MEXICAN POLICE HELP
IN RECOVERY OF AUTO
By the Associated Press.
i:L PASO April 20 During tlie past
:W1 days cooperation lielween tlie police
iu Kl Paso and Juarez. Mexico has
ln-eii so c1om that a dozen automobiles
stolen lu El P.iso were recovered iu
Jaurez and ictiirned to their owners.
The Automobile Club offers rewurds
for the recovery of every stolen car
ami for the conviction of every thief.
W. A Lafferday was a business call;
er In the city from the Crystal Falls
country this week where he Is drilling
on one of the deep tests btlns made by
Old Colony Oil Co.
FAT JOB GOES
IN SAN ANGELO
By tlie Associated Frus.
WICHITA FALLS April 21). Full-
ed States Attorney Henry Zwelfel an-
nounced today that he had tendered
the position of first assistant Fulled
States attorney to L-iwrcnce H. Har-
ris. ;n attorney of San Augelo.
THRKE ilASCIIALL GAMES
SCHKIX'LEI) THIS WEEK
Tomorrow afternoon at i o'clock the
Moon Camp baseball team will tangle
with tlie locals at the new park on the
Cooper-Henderson lease north of town.
The Moon Campers were one of the
strongest teams in the parts last year
and have about the same lineup to
shoot at the homo tnlent including n.
southpaw pitcher who was a terror
Saturday and Sunday the Graham
team of the new T-O league will lie
here and tho Hreckenridge hunch will
attempt to maintain their established
reputation as equal to the general av-
erage of league baseball placed in this
neck of tlie woods. Saturday's game
Is at i o'clock; Sundays game at !! ;20
NO CLUES DISCOVERED
OF LEI.ANI) CO. Rl'RGLAKY
Xo clues have been developed today
that would lend to the detention of any
parties suspected of complicity in tlie
burglary last night of tlie Lclaml
Gtuiii Co.. when their warehouse was
broken into and the safe blown and
rubbed of about $12.";.
It Is said that entrance of the bur
glars was gained by prying open n
door. In tlie absence of the clerk who
sleeps there It being iu the very early
part of the night while the clerk wan
out i.i the city.
HERE'S A DISTRESSFUL
TALE AROLT A CAT
Bj International News Serviced
DENVER. April 20. A distressed
alley cat refused to be rescued by fire
fighters after creating havoc with traf-
fic at Seventieutli and Champa streets
iu tlie heart of the downtown Denver
Automobiles were Jimmied from four
directions seven! hundred persons
congregated street car traffic was
blocked and fire apparatus called
when the cat was discovered In a
Mrs. S. W. Gllle-ple first heard the
howling feline and attempted to rescue
It through n manhole. When "kitty"
wouldn't respond to her calls she rang
iu the fire alarm. When the trucks
arrived. Mrs. Gillespie was crouching
over the manhole with a piece of fish
iu her bund. "Kitty kitty" she plead
ed and dropicd the fish.
With a Isiunil the cat grabbed the
fiidi ami retreated Into the recesses of
the sower while '.intrepid fire fighters
endeavored to iK'rsiiailu it to come out
for air. All their efforts were futile
OUR FLAG IX EVIDENCE
Br the Associated Preis.
GALVKSTQX. April 20. Although
a large number of American vessels
are tied up ill "Ixineyards" of the At
Untie and Gulf coasts the Stars and
Stripe.s flew over the majority of ves-
sels entering anil departing Galveston
lu foreign commerre during March. Of
a total of 217 foreigu-golng steamships
120 were American owned and operat-
ed. Great Rritain was second with SO
and Italy third with II. Four Mexi-
can vessel entered and cleared during
i The custom of wearing black tor
' mourning was originated by Anne the
I queen of Charles VIII of France
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The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 252, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 20, 1921, newspaper, April 20, 1921; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth122118/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.