Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 366, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 4, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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THE NEWS CARRIES THE FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF Tl IE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Amamllo Daily New
VOL XI. NO. 364.
AMARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 4 1921
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VETOED BY PRE
w in. mwiiii.. n WHU..J
LB RESTR CT
TEN MOSTIIH HKSTRICTION PRO-
rOSZtt IN TIIK JOHNSON
lnmHUIt legislation t Prohibit the
Fessd of Knrvpeait I I'. 8.
It Apparently Nkw
B Asesrleltd Pfih
WASHINGTON. Jin. J.-lltimats
solution of lh Immigration question
through diplomatic agreement rather
than through separate legislative ac-
tion by various governments wm fore-
laat today at hearing of the Senate
Immigration committee on the Juhnaun
Mil li Impose ten niuiuh restriction
mi Immigration to the I'nlted Slates.
Senator Colt of Ithiale Island th li-
ma n o( Trie committee made public a
letter frmn acting seirctary of Sta
Davis announcing that the Italian gov-
ernment volntnrlly bad suspended the
Issuing of pumiiorta for the Lultl
States. The letter s prevented to
Secretary Uavla by the Italian embassy
nd came aa a surprise to comuiltUv
Tbe offer to co-oprte In the matter
Kith the t'nlted Statca was received
with gratification by Senators. Home
xprsssed the belief that thile It mlgU
I necessary to enact some Immediate
legislation to prohibit the flood of
"Kuri-peans from pouring into the
Vnlted States" eventually the who!
question would be solved by diplomatic
Chairman Cult sold he honed other
nations would follow the course of the
Italian Government aiu) obvlt the
neceselty of . "continuously IrgisUtlng
oa this subject."
"Already." he said "ther art Indl
rations that Csccho-Slovakla will enter
Into s diplomatic agreement with the
I'nlted 8utes with regard to regulating
lannalf ration. It l not Improbable thit
other naUuewi-will do the same If the
ugvestlon Is inade that It would be
agrbl to this country."
Meanwhile the chairman sold the
hearings would proceed without Inter-
ruption and a bill would reported b
thrt Senate befor the end of the week
If possible.. .The committee decided to-
niailit to nnimond Commissioner Wat-
tic. Id cluirire of Immigration at New
York with a view to questioning hliu
ns to the Hum and types of present ap-
plicants at Ellis Island for admission
against whom charges were marts to-
day en the ground they were "highly
undesirable" and would "never as-
almllated nor nuke decent citizens.
smhbbSiw. m wwaaa
TARirP RILL TO UK
WASHINGTON. Jan. I. The Ford-
ney emergency tariff bill will be taken
lip tomorrow by the senate finance
committee at a meeting called by Sen-
ator Ienrose. Its chairman on his re-
turn todny to the rapltol after an ab-
sence of mors than a year.
Ths Pennsylvania senator was very
reticent but gars every Indication t
a desire to bun- In committee the
Fordney bill which baa pssd h"
bouse. Other senate leader predicted
SnMoe IVnroee would exert his In-
fluence generally sdmltted as greit.
t keep the measure frorn being re-
turned to the senate at this session.
Snator l"enroe on his return to the
r pilot showed the effects of his Inns
Illness although be apparently felt fit
to bunch Into ths exacting duties of
QUESTION IS DISCUSSED
LO&AL DEALERS PLEDGE SUPPORT;
TO AOTOLIODILE - STYLE SIR IS
TO BE "BOOSTER" FOR ALMILLO
"This Is unquestionably the beat far In excess of the entire area avail
movement started for Amarlllo and th '-. V Jhose who .r In none of th
lines Indicated. Thla was shown lt re-
Amarlllo country during th pst v- wU nf lh0 c.mmlttee hence the In-'
ersl months and I wih to say to you .truetkmii fnn the a ee. elation t. Mr.
that I personally and our company Johns and hla committee that It will b
the City Light and Water Company necessary for them to allow none others
re bark of ths automohtleatyl show aside from the select list to have a
launched and fostered by the Amarlllo. place In the show. The rciort of Mr.
Panhandle Automotive Association.! Johns waa to the effect that according
This Is a most excellent thing for th to present estimates the Interior ar-
entire Texas Plains Country. It will rangements Including heating . lighting
tend to make Amarlllo a success. Its stage and dressing rooms for the ier-la-neflclent
effocts being in on me formers mat lie placed for a sum not
ure confined to the automobile dealers in excess of fSOO.flO roundly speaking
and the limited numbrr of merchants I Ktd r. Wualle. chairman of the dec-
In other lines who will he enabled to orations committee stated that actlv
securs space for sn rxhibll. This Is . negotiations ar on for materials snd
day wherein man amlst man. com- j probably by th next meeting of th
munlty cooperates with community. 'association Mondsy evening when an
countries aid countries we're alt parts other dinner will be served In th
Of ach other." Th'-se are the words Hotel Amsrilbt fic the organlxatlon. a
of W. R McSpadden of the City Light full and comprehensive reixct may bt
snd Wster Compsny.
Supplementing these remarks th
rteaker plsced some of the eulpment.
free of charge at the service of tn
romtalltees having In charge prepara-
tlona for the rousing show now assured
for the dales of the a.inusl convention
of the Kuyera and S-ll-rs Asxociatlort'
. . . m . a.
rroruary -. - ana i.
it. F.. Johna. chairman of Ihe ar-
rangements committee made a report I rem II Introduced Mr. Rrerken-
nd waa Instructed to confine assign- j rMg who proposed a ticket selling
meat of spar to automobll men. ac I srhme which was laid on th tat
tesaory men and merchants. Thers .
have ees) nwny applications fis- one I (Continued on Pag IJ
QUESTION OF REDUCING NAVAL
PROGRAM IS CONSIDERED BY
FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITEE
If AsesriaUd Pew.
WASHINGTON. Jan. t Tha general
suh.wt of reduction In world naval
construction was taken up today bf
the senats foreign relations commltte
at executive hearings which will be
continued Wednesday and which may
run fir some week
Speclflcslly the committee had hfor
it the llorah resolution ssklng Presi-
dent Wilson to Initiate negotlntlons with
Great Hrlmln and Japan looking to a
reduction of fifty per rent In the naval
building programs of those countries
and the I'nlted Bute. It was under
stood that considerable sentiment devel.
iped In the committee to Include rrsnee
and Italy In the negotiations but this
was opposed by Senator Porah. who Is
raid to have argued that lh roun-
lies will follow tne lead of the t'nlted
Suits fireat Prttaln and Japan and
that If they berime a party to ths ne-
gotiations a reduction of armies as well
is navlis would enbr Into the discus
Great P-rltaln. the sens 'or was report-
ed to have said could be expected to
nrg.- reibitir.n of the French army If
he should consent to reducing her nary
Admiral Counts chief of naval oper-
ations and his aides were the only wit-
nesses examined today. Committee mem-
bers said oth'is would be called but
that there had been no suggestion thai
Secretary Daniels be Invited to sptwar.
While the committee was In session the
naval secretary In his dallr conference
with newspaper rsresiondelnts relter
itcd his cjiposl'lon to ths Rorah rrso
lutbm and also took occasion to sav
Ihnt so tr aa he had been advised
President Wilson had taken no stspsj
looking to a disarmament ronrerenrs
anvicg the world powers as he has an-
th'sity unfVr ths naval act of 1111.
Admiral Connta senators said or
poe'd rhe TUb reoulutlnn or any oth-
er plan based on a percentags reduction
in bui'dlng. arsulng thai a reduction
would fall to bring -o'it any enuatl-
tnon nf nax'al power because of the
dlffvrent le of ths programs of ths
The cimlttee waa told by the ad-
miral that the American building pro-
gram was the largest and the Japanese
reennd but that even with the com-
nletlon of ths Japanese program. Ja-
pan's navy would have only about half
th" strength of the American navy.
Great Ptitala's building program Is
comparatively small the senators were
said ti have been Md. and unless It Is
Increased befort !t4 the Amertoan
navy would about equal the British.
In order to expedite her pnigram.
Japan la having three lam bat tl. ships
built In Rniland. according to Inform-
ation recilved by the navy Intelligence
service and transmitted to ths aenats
France and Italy also have small
bull ling iTogmtna. Admiral Coontt wa
mid to have testified hut they are
hampered by lack of funds. Franes. i
drlral Coontx stated had several rap-'
ital ships laid down before tbe world
war ui ahlch no work has bn dons
rlm-e peace waa diared. I
Figures and d-ita as to foreign navies
aathrred by varksja government sources
were laid before th committee by Ad-
miral Coonts All tit ths principal pow-
ers senators said they were Informed
were srrndlng ronslderabls money and
effort to keep themselves Informed on
the naval and military activities of other
Kuppsti I !!
Chalrmsn O. K. Irvine of the finance
committee stated that he and hla ass
'elates are holding thems-lves In readl
ness to function. Just as soon as the
other committees shall have ended
' ; i I.. . . .ii . . . ....
Iineir mTi q-reiiminnr j in BCIUSIIV
sell'ng the ic avallaUe fr the mer
rhanla. accessory and automobile con-
IS DEB URGED
ACTION' fir FORMKR PRKSIDENT
El.T AATACKKU IN
Br AtsrlaWd tnm.
WAHHIVGTOS'. Jan I President
ltocevelt's action In connection with
the acquisition of the Panama Canal
one waa attacked and defended today In
Urging rntlficatlon of the Columbian
tree.ty. Involving payment of a lli.sofl.-
nOO Indetnnlty to Cobsnbla fur the parti-
tion of Panama Senator Thomas dem-
or rat of Colcrado. charged that Prrsl
dent l:oevelt "acquired the right of
way for the Canal from a band of fill
busterers by Imrtcrlng for It In the
honor of the nation."
Ths late former president was de-
fended by Senator Kellogg republican
of Minnesota who told the a-nat h
could not "sit In silence" and listen to
reflections on the character and states-
manship of Thend'S-e Hoosevelt without
-ri fmn.mi. ri its kui.a-v and
construction and success Is an open 'rw d"'a
book." said Senat.H- Kellogg. "It has Tariff legislation Will be th Ural
been discussed. Investigated and now u" kssslon. and Senat.r
supported. I am convinced by th "ur"" "pressed th 4nlon that with
American peopl' and the clvlllied world. pn lmlnry work during ths next tw
Not only that but John Hay. a great months It might be ftosslbl to get
American and a great secrHary of state '" comnUlle befor the
helped writ that history. So did Ellhu Mreh- "ved that
Root another and so did Philander Knot " "ncrgeney Urlff; msosur wouM
Theodor Roosevelt sfd ence. It U tm. I" Prrrn' tub-
t tnoit Pnunii1 nid ha bmv h.. in.j it i born opposition. I
unjustly or In cwiiraventlon to Inter-1
nat'onal UwV I
-Oon.the senator think our trestle1
with Colombia guaranteed her against
tos of Panama by Insurrection? That
belief la not born out by the Judgment
Cf authority or the facts. !oe he think
eevolutlon waa an exceptb.nal thing In
Psnsms? Ther. were SO revolutions Is
Panama In M years "
"Did our treaties authrclxe ths land-
ing of American marine to prevent
Colombian troops from suppressing rev.
c-lutlun?" asktd Senator Pomcrrne. dem-
"Tesr 8enator Kellucf replied. "Siw-
ciflcally wo had treaty power to pro-
tect the rtsumunlcatlons a-r.oas ths
Istbmu and the Panama railroad. But
I am not here nw to discuss th treat
i ttA e....i i .et i.. re.i.iee nnie
..it. thi th. .enutremria of th
canal right was one of th great act
..t nr.-.ni in . .rt
Alleged Strike at
"Tin Henry" Plant
.T..V- i .
e h- r. r. J Z
Of th Ford Motor company had taksn
no official notice tonight of a handbill
circulated Sunday by a number of th.
soncerna emnloves asking that th
.w i. .k-.....-
FrA nl.nl tvm et.uerf tnr Inttenlnrv.
to make cor tor their own use. No
ormal request had b-en made to ths
eomnanv foe such sctlon. It waa an
iM.Irlhntl.m nf tk handbills rara
rise to a numlr of false rumors m'"'""" r'rank t) Lowdea. of Illinois.
t)etrolt toJiiv. The nolle ridiculed os1wh a prominent candidate for
rwnor that the Ford employes bad dln r!publlcan nomination fi- rsldent
larel soviet control and had assumed " )ear. Mr. !.odcn baa also been
operation of the plant. Hut on p - -
liceman was on duty In the vicinity f
th factory snd there was no disoid jr.
th nolle announced.
Humors that the governor waa to Ml
aaKcd to send federal troop from Fort '
Wayn. were called "absurd" by the
poltc and company oluls.
BOLRIIEVIKI OOIJI IS
IN NttKIHMI BAN KM
By Aaenriaw-' TreM. -
NEW YORK. Jan. I Heavy depos
Its of bolshevikl geld In Swedish bank
are proving a financial puuln to bank-
era of that country declared Ira N.
Morris American minister to Hweden.
on his arrival her todiy on Hie steam-
There is a l ge amount of bolshe-
vikl gold deposited in Swedish banks"
h said "and they do not know what
to do with It. awaiting the action of
the allied tuitions. Thu gold Is In bars
and the value goes Into th million
although tli total amount is nut gen-
CANADIANS TO AID
CorilRANK. (mtarlo. Jan. I Cana-
dian mounted polite stationed at Hall-
eyhury. announced tonight that
trained messenger would be sent to
meet snd escort the three American
naval hatloonieta now making their way
via dog cbd In an Ontario rail head
after being missing nearly three weeks
Thr- officer who found refuge st
Mocw fsctory. on James Bay. sfter
bring lost In the Canadian woods for
four days ar believed to be headed for
either Matttc or Cochran on th Ca-
nadian National trans-mntlnrntal rail-way.
EXTRA SESSION OF
CALLED !'l MARCH
LEGISLATIVE PRtMiRAM FOR EX
TR.1 SESSION IIAH REKN
Governor Frank 0. Lowdra May Da
filvrn Poet la Cabinet; Harding
Aaxbtos la Securs
By Aisarialed Preat.
MARION. Ohio. Jan. I President-
Elect Harding completed his cycle of
conferences with Inst ranking republi-
cs n leaders of congress today with a
long talk with Senator Curtis of
Kansas republican Whip of th sen-
ate. They discussed th legislative pro-
gram for th extra session In be called
soon after March 4 as well as ths work
to be dune during ths remainder of the
present session. Mr. Harding laid
particular emphasis on a reduction of
appropriations and on irompt diaposl
lion of ths appropriation meaaures and
other routine so ss to leave th Way
clear for constructive legislation as
soon as ths new session brclna
Senator Curtis advised calling the
extra session early In March and It Is
understood that the suggestion coin-
cided with the president-elect's own
view. No definite time lias been set.
but the dale generally Is expected her
to follow the Inauguration by only a
Ths Kansas senator urged that th.
program of th seeewm Include pas-
amendmesn to tbe federal
tabilhlr. a aingl cen
"' brch la plac f
"a""""' ""n "ow " "feet. Th
lrewniiecx ioo in. mr unurr
cr callers on Mr. Harding during
the day Included Glfftrd Plnchot. of
Innsivsnui furmer chief of th
fis-estry service: l"aut I). Cravat h p
New York lawyer and Uepreaentatlv
Towner of Iowa chairman i4 the
house Insular comtultte. With Mr.
Towner the ueetlon of Philippine
policy was discussed at length. Mr.
Itnchot talked over various conserva-
tion polk lea and Mr. Cravath gave Mr.
Harding hla advice about detalla of
th !' aasocUUon of natlona
Paugherty. ths president-
clo friend and pollilcal advlMr
am to MarUMi yesterday to dls
HI mv llKimni iiiMiie Kim mm m vim
fcrenc with Mr. Harding again during
the morning. There was no apparent
Ths Question of the more Important
'TV r'T'J.' :r't .1.
I task of making a cabinet and It Is be-
Ileved that the tirestdent-elert has
canvas th.a-K.ghl th question of
ho 10 h. El1aV
lVmn 11 ta unUk."y h.T-
vpr- announcement on the
aubjret will be mad In the near
'V"" hM hv nromlnrn!'
'"r. -nlderatlw In ronnectlua
llh dU'loinatk' app.lntmenta ar those
if Myron T. lierrlck of Cleveland
1 fnier umhsssadur to r'rancv. and
' considered f. the cabinet and It Is
known that Mr. Harding la anxlua to
j S"v hltn In the government service In
' Br A
WASHINGTON. Jan. J.-IWcrultlng
for the navy has been-suspided te-n-INHarlly
It waa learned at the navy d
parimcnt tonight. All new enlistment
have been postponed and only r
enlistments of men now In th srvio
ar authorised. It waa said at the d
Iwrtment that the strength of IJ2.OO0
men reached several days ago waa thr
ntaiimum possible under the appro-
priation of congress. If the future (4.I1
much lelow that mark recruiting wilt
be resumed. It waa added.
West Teuis Tuesday and Wedn
day. generally fair colder In north por
K iKPARTMI:NT OF AtiRirt'L-
Tl'KK WKATIIK.R IUKF.AU
hours at Amarlllo
s. m 30 u a. m U
7 a m 12 Noon II
I a. m It 1 p. ra 11
a. m t p. m 11
10 s. m 4 S p. m It
lligheat )esterday In 1K0. it low-
est . tt.
Hlgest yeterdav. tl; lowest 17.
pm am Nooa
Dry temperature 40 10 II
Wet temperature 34 tt 43
Humkllty 41 ti 41
Forecast Tuesday generally fair.
Dili PASSED SENATE BY VOTE CF
53 TO 5: HOUSE JAY DUPLICATE
ACTION OF THE
Ut AMorlaltd I'reM.
WASIIIMiTON Jan J-Renator
Penrose of Prnnsylvsnui returned to
his seat In th tienat td.iy after at
alisenr of mitre than a year. Th
first Senator to arrive hs took his
usual place In th front row of ths re-
publican sldo and waa cordially greeted
by his rolling ues as they entered th.
The effects of the Senator's long lib
ns showed. Although hs was abl.
to walk Into the chamber .attendants
used a wheel chair In conveying him to
tbe sam floor. He remained seated
aa Senator greeted hltn but his famll-
iar "how ar you" could h heard die-
tiniily as Tie exchanged handclasps
with the members.
SAN ANTONIO Tfxsa Jan. I.-On-
eral Pablo flonxslea. one of ths leader
In the movement which culminated In
the overthrow of President Carranxa
last May and who later hecams es-
tranged from the new Mexican govern
ment h'ft San Antonio today for
border point wheer it is reported. h
will confer with agent of President
Alvaro Dbregon In regard to ra-rstab-ll'hlng
bis residence In Mexico. Gen-
eral rionxules was on of threw candi
dates who snnoum-ed for th presl
tency cf Mexico but later withdrew
from th race.
ROCIIMTLK. N. Jan. S. With
he volume of ortb-ra for the spring
trad steadily growing larger Roches-
ter's clothing and shoe factorlea m-
ploying together about 14.000 workers
ar gradually taking hack their niwmal
fore of employees. Th president of
the Rochester clothiers exrhang pre
dicted today that within two weeks all
tbe clothing factorlea Would b runnlug
with a full fori-.
tty AtfxtgaifJ liwM.
WA.SIIINfiTON. Jan. J Th army
will be constituted of f .00 mn tin
lei's an spproprlation la sasd for the
maintenance of a larger force under a
resolution Introduced today by Repr
Mutative Hull republican. Iowa.
ntemtier of the house military commit-
tee. The measure would direct ths sec-
retary of war to cease further enlist-
ments at this time.
TORK. S. C. Jan. S. Th Neely and
IMim re cotton mills resumed opera-
tion today after the Christmas su
pension with a twenty per cent cut In
wstrs. This make a total reduction
ft IS per cent In wages In th last six-
ty day a
WICHITA FAIJJt. Texas. Jan. J-
The body of D. C. MoCuleb former edS
tor of the Fort Worth Star which later
merged with ths Telegram and of th
nrt Worth Itecord who died hr to-
day will be taken to Austin tomorrow
afternoon for burial. Funeral services
will te held In AUMtn Wednesday morn
4 -HAIR CrTTF.RV. ACTIVE.
By Assis-iatrd Press 4
4 tf(1. Texns Jan. J. A worn-
4 an entered the home of J. M. 4
4 littlllo editor of a Imal labor
paper tonight at II oVbak and
ilpie the hair of hla 14 year old
daughter l-ta Ituth. cbsw to her
s-tilp. ai-i-rding to rcrts to the 4
O The glil was awakened and 0
turmd over In time to see a worn- 4
4 an hastily climb through the win-
dow. The family are at a toa to 4
4 unilerat ind the "hair theft."
-14 like I git Hlle a pair ahoe
hul I reckon we ought t spend th'
money on th' car Mid Mrs TUIarJ
MrMrl fdaj. Mrs. Joe Kit vmi held
up iulWe f a slore t'day.
Br AstarlsUd Press.
WASHINflTO.V Jan. I. Veto by
President Wilson today of the farm-
ers' relief bill tn revive the wir
finance rorMiratlon was received al
most Immediately by vote of II to m I
In ths senate to make the bill law
despite executive disapproval. The
house will take up the measure tomor-
row and prediction was general that
It would duplicate tbe sennit's action
snd thus nlaiw Ihe Mil on the atstuf
President Wilson lit s b-nstfiy veto
message. diH-bired-be withheld his an-
provsl of the bill Im-ause ths wr'
flnnnc cortorstln was a war rreillt
agency not deelrabl or needed in I
peace times. Hs said that It "would
xert no la-nericial Influence on th
Question would raisH f.ilss hora-a
among the very eople wno would ex-'
pect int. and would lie hurtful to
the nil to ml and orderly process of bus-
iness anil finance."
The b-Rlsbitlon. the president alao
aald would result In additional credit!
bunlena and the government hs cm-'
tended "ho iM not lie "called Umn fur-l
ther to finance titivate business st N'H
lie expense." Iteferrlng tn widespread'
demand for Hliolishment of war agen-1
eles snd removal of governmental in- j
fluence from business ths president 1
anld he had "svmiwthy" with this view
and added that "the nation should re
sums Its usual business methods.
I'pon reading of the veto meaaig
In th senate Henator t'nderwood ' f
Alabama. iMno-mllo b-adrr urg-d its
Immediuta conslileratlon for whkh.
unanliii'rua cunw-nl wn obtained by
Chairman (iruniia of th sgricuitur'
committee whlih retorted the bill.
Venator t'ndcrwood followed with ths
only address made declaring th it
financial distress now was great r
than during th war and that ha felt 1
confident of wis admin 1st ration of th.
pmiosed law that would cause "no un-
due din on the treaauiy.'
Th president's tnesg was also
read In th house. Kepresentntlv.
Mondell of Wyoming Rrpubllnan
leader announced later that It would j
o ijinen up iimurnni mi im oienimj
of th house but without any d'flnlts
arrai:rements for a rote.. Advocnteg
if tbe bill however expressed confl-l
dene that the house would also vol'
to enact the hill despite the veto. Th
houa passed tbe bill by a vote of tl!
to CI or more than Ihe necessary two-
thirds majority. Many of the negative
votes Were cast by "Republicans.
Bars May Be Let
Down to Mexicans
Serial Is The Ne-a.
WASHINGTON. Jsn. 1 Repr.
sentative HulH-th vu th prln-
clal advocate today at the hearing
of th Senat Immigration commit
to on the plan to amend the pend-
ing emergency Immigration bill so
that Mexican laborers en t ad-
mitted to the Southwestern Statea
under a waiver of the head tax and
the llt-racy test a baa been dims
heretofore by commissioner of Im-
migration rommltte with a special
order tif th Department of I-Jibor.
I-ahnr delegations from South-
western Tvxss attended th hear-
ing among them ting former
Mayor Hoy Miller of Corpus Chris
tl snd J. B. Mamtev Ule of Kl Taso
who also advoeatcd th Mexican
admission amendment to th bill.
At the romiuslun of Representa-
tive Hudspeth's adres Senator Colt
if P.lvtde lalsnd chairman of th
committee remarked that In all
lrohalt!ity the Mexican laborer
amendment would t Included la
The House Immigration commit-
tee refused to consider the Mexican
admlss'on and an amendment by
Hudspeth offend in the House
when th emergency bill waa pass-
ed was voted down. It Is protiabls
that the conferee on the bill ao
cording to reliable Information ob-
tained t-alay. will agree to ths
amendment admitting the Mexi-
cans De Valera's Return
To Ireland Opposed
W Awuvin'ed Press
HOCSTON. Texas. Jan. 3 Houston
Heights Hish cVhonl will play the Cle-
burne Hlsh School tenm Saturday et
Clark Field. Austin for the champion
ship of Texas It was announced her
today. Cleburne Is at present cham
pion of North Texas while Houston
Heights Is the South Texas champion.
All srrangemenls for the gam will b
handled by the !nterrhols1e l.eaffU
Steamer U (iuardrd.
Mr elslMl 1-rMS.
Dt'ltl.l.N. Jan. 3 The mag body
of armed soldier guarding th Ameri-
can steamer Pont is. whli-h arrived her
Friday frn New York was replaced
tmtay by i". and the dock worker
began unhtTtlmg the vessel's rM
whlrh will I searched on shore. Til
dock workers bad dct lined to unlood
the steamer while the soldiers re-
mained on bistrd. The ve-l had pr
vlously been gone over by the authori-
ties In connection. It waa supposed
wlhh the reports of the arrival in Ire-
land of Uamonn IeYalera "Prealdent
of th Irish republic."
1 1 a
WILL RE REDUCED
YIION DAM AT Mt'SCLR SHOALS
ALAIIAMA MAY UK ABAN-
Council sf National Defense Has Dec!
Stricken Oul. and Will D
Without Funds After
First of July.
Br A Merit Its' Press.
WASHINGTON Jan. I After wad-
ing through nearly a fourth of th
171 pages of the sundry civil hill first
of th fifteen big appropriation meas-
ures the house tonight wss halted by
another wave of talk over an amend-
ment providing flJ.OOO.OOQ for work
on the Wilson dam part of th Muacls
Shonls nitrate plant project In AU
Ther were Inslstant demands for
time. Southern members especially de-
siring to sH-ak In behalf nf th amend-
ment offered by Itepresentntlv Irymaa
Tennessee ranking Democrat of ths
appropriations committee. It flnallr
waa screed to limit debate tomorrow
to an hour and a half. Ilepubllcana
ready to make a point of order against
the amendment with every assurance
that It would be sustained declined to
press t so that everybody could talk
and then bring th 41stlon squarely
tn a vote.
In taking up th bill. Item by Item
iM-for nrhlng th dam question th
house approved It with very change.
An appropriation of 171.000 fur th
council of national defense waa stricken
out. 41 to S3 with tha result that this
war-created agency will be left with-
out funds after next July 1.
Ths expected fight on ths shipping
hoard item wll diwn. although th
paragraph directing th board to sell
Its ahlj and build no mor was or-
dered out on th ground that It wal..
covered by existing law. Chairman
Gisd of the appropriations commit
snld tttc paragraph had been put ther
because It desired ti go sny length
to compel th board to do what eon-
gees already had directed.
V waa learned later that th houss
action In eliminating th. jwragrapk
would leave tha shipping board without .
funds after July I except or lS.0Q '
for salaries of commissioner and fot
expense of th tmrd In ths District'
of Columbia and of an Investigation of
foreign dim (initiation aaliit Aroart
can vessel and shippers.
Miners Are Stoned
Officers on Scene
Br Aassrlatrd Press.
WILLIAMSON. W. Vs Jan. .
RhiTlff A. C. Plnaon. who formally as-
sumed the duties of his offlc today
haa assured Colonel Herman Halt
commanding federal troops In th.
Mingo coal strike region of his co-
oicratlon In suppressing lawless acta
In the county. It was said at military
hvad'iunrters tnnltht. Shsrlff Plnaon
-eedd O. T. Dlankenshlp of Mat-
wan whose term ended Saturday.
Th most Important development of
today was news which rachd military
hrdivartera of an attack on a military
prt at Merrlmac yesterday. It follow-
ed th stoning of miners.
Army ramp Be Removed.
SAN ANTONIO. Teg.. Jan. J Order
for the removal of the air service me-
chanics svhoui from Kelly Field near
Kan Antonio to Chsnut Field. Rantoul.
Illinois wore received her today. Th
first units of the school will mov by
Jinuary IS and the complete equipment
and iM-rsonnel wilt be at th new loca-
tion by Fi-bruary I. according to an sn-
nouncement made at Kelly Field head-
quarters today. The aviation repair de.
ptot st lie lias will be transferred here.
It was stated to occupy the ait mad
vacant by the school.
The met ban Irs school which was
tabliNlxd her during the wisid war.
Is the onlv one of its kind In th I'nltei
St.it. s. Heven thousand persons grad-
uated from the t-ho4 during the three
veors of its operation. Its personnel
Imiuibs 33 officer snd seven hundred
enlisted men and 13! civilian employes.
W ill Prnaernl Mi SrnUh.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. J. Gover-
nor J. It. A Koltcrtstm today gov def-
inite dlrclona t-v R. P. Freellng. at
torni y general tti lake part In th proa-
utl( n of Clara Smith charged In Carter
county with th murder of Jak L.
Ilainon ri'publtiwn national committee-
loan and milllonalr nil man. It waa aa-
nounod hir late today.
Vj want you te read the
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