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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Clovis, New Mexico                                We fry to Keep Out of the Hole Successor To The al And The Clovis News VOLUME li NUMBER DAILYEXCEPT SUNDAY NEW MEXICO JULY SIX PAGES rha Olovu 29 Tha Olovla 20 RECORD AND SOARS ON Prize in Hortte BeauMP Contest Goes to Ezeff yi flower garl of the the judgelf the tiful hPirfe To E went f iratj home in t JKcpntestjV sal frlete beau Street beautifu he judge found lesson in landscaping from curb of and in upon variety a truly Secondjprize Rogers West for sev oral been fram ing tha placed home in the winning Third Vinyan1 1000 aplace although recently acquired byMr has beenconverted into on of the citys prettiest residentia v We felt our first choice would un questionably haye been the choice o any set of judges hadthey to the rules of the said R am in the con because the fact that he is a landscape artis dnd his home surroundings show a planning that has brought beautifu But vwhen it came to second anc third places in the the judges ran big gest problem that cerifrontec So places camein andawaVdin that credit res the bf Rogers we of the scores little evidences pi uritirint effort to make his place a gardenspo of refreshing combinations of beauty including his lily the boundaries of which were fringed with grounc Anyone who hadthe privilege of dcouting citys berfuty spots as would be amazed at the spots which have seemingly sprung up within a few the judge Continued on Page 6 Bromley Awaits Proper Weather For Tokyo Hop By The Associated Presg July A now wrinkle in taking eff f or a trans oceanic flight was to bo tested here today by Lieutenant Harold Who is preparing for an aorial dash to Bromley announced that ho would test the another plane fly overhead guidjs him down the Hisllkockheedmonoplane City of Tacoma jsso constructed that he must fly until the ship is well in the With arplano gliding Bromley believes heitcan hurtle at full speed with grentefl the foot v If minor MdjuattjnQhtS to the motor are the test flight furthai Bromley 11 work on the will wait ohly a report to qfj t 11 11 orablo weather jijuiv m Brpmloy spent day yesterday going over his plftne with experts from the factory and n representative t of the motors build They the plane had used but 18 gallons pf gasoline to the hour on its nonstop flight from Los Angeles tp Taooma last Friday This was a better finding than had been hoped for and is expected to widsn the margin pf pn the Tokyo Bromley now figures that 004 gallons pf gasoline the planes tanks will hold will carry him for BO pr from JO to 16 hours longor than he believes necessary to reach Several hours were devoted yes etrday a conference with Harold and Commander Weenis who Jnyented several of the navigation instrmnents to be used on the They have plotted throe different courses so that the flyer may have alternatives in case he counters batj if T ftjf nD QEQftma By TliQ Associated Prcw LONPOty TwJy the first time since recent operation King Oeorge up part pf yesterday and will 8P again The official Buckingham jjinnpyncement daya4Je7 i3 J Winner of First Prize in Home pretty home of and North winnerof Beautifu Contest which concluded Saturday The firstprize was in offered WesternChain Tire Scores of Qalrs Offered fq Good Will9 Ciaravan on n port Pitched Battle Bet ween Rum Runners Patrol Leaves Two Dead China and Russia Say Theyll Abide By Kellogg Treaty By ThoAssociated Press Tension in the RussoChinese conr troversy had noticeably eased today in view of the assurances by China and Russia that both intended to abide by tho Kellogg Soviet troops were reported to mve captured a Chinese river steamer prisoner the wife and baby daughter of an Further reports of troop movements along the ManchurianSiberian bor der were but neutral obser of the opinion that neither side had committed an actual overt i Moscow appeared standing on tho position that the status quo of the Chinese Eastern railway must be re stored before a settlement could bo Fcreign Minister Briand in Paris copt in clpse touch with developments and was In conference with Japanese acting presi lent of tho League of Nations Shanghai dispatches said it was felt n national circles that the contro versy would bo settled Washington also was optimistic ihat hostilities wouldbe MAN HELD AFTER RAID ON FIRST STREET PLACE WHERE INTOXICATINGLIQUOR FOUND Kennoth Waster was arrested in n raid on a west First street residence ast on a charge of ppssession of jntpxicating 18 bPttles pf leer were taken put of the house by he of Police John Manning and A Fedora ffjcecconducted the Waster for his appearance be pro Judge in municipal court this Waster was before the court about he middle of when he was tned for driving a car while jn ROCKEFELLER PAID FOR BUST OF WASHINGTON ByVha ABuoclaleil July inderstpod to be John tpday purchased Jean Antoine loiulons famous bust pf George Tashlngton made in 178B at Mount the price being It s thought the bust will be presented P some American ROSWELL WOMAN KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE WRECK By The Associated Press July Lu was killed instantly this sixteen miles south of Ros when an autompbile in which she ridjng plunged frpm the She By The EL heeds battle and at dual imugglfrt were killed patrol offensive uring ontinuedtheir three Mexi cans and a truck loaded with The cargo was destined Den according to one of the Mexi I jjtl I The Mexicans told authorities that when the battle was height last eleven men went from Juarez to reinforce the twenty men who were attacking the four The Americansdrove oft the attacking a a truck loaded with 150 gallons of liquor in and three Taking their dead and wounded with the Mexicans withdrew across the river under a withering fire from machine guns and rifles of the The negro taken in the fight gave authorities the name of the alleged chief of the rum runners Hprse ley said that he learned today that the trucktakeri in the battle belong ed to a Ipcal wholesale paper house and was stolen by a former now believed to be one of the highi erups in the rum The battle and seizure were the result of well 14id plans of the border The patrolmen had made sev eral unsuccessful efforts to capture the truck on other ing down on the river at dusk the patrolmen used a high fence as breastworks when the smugglers op ened i The encounter raged for half an with several hundred rounds of ammunition fived on both The patrolmen ceased firing only when thq smugglers had been driven across the A Juare ambulance made three trips to the Mexican side of the bat to be e 80 or let and 200 folkt an assured7 Sager ri has as lumed charge of hilaritv depart ment or program and1 will will be not withbells at least with an assortment of tricks that willfurnish amusement a plentythroughout the Professor Gray will his Air pprt play at eyery but shprt popular music will beor program for this it will be something the folks will and will J Thespeaking Be snappier am briefer than those hand tell the folks pleased to meetchu and see us a neigh J Liberty hospital in reported that no wounded had been received thrpwn through th windshield her thvoat was severed by glass the bvoken Humble Gets 1200 Well in Lea BY The AaBoclated PrenB July Lindley of the Humble Oil and Refining located in the center pi TUIUIJtMly I UIIV VHAI tho northeast quarter of sectjpn 86 a mile and one came in last night prediction pi The pay in this between 3363 ard pperators believe it of being one of the cpunty and sister left Sunday fpr a where attend a farm CPQ The cars are tp be decorated with banners and therehwill be souvenirs for the kidslandtaHyertising matt sr for the The transportation committee which worked throughout yesterday than the and Paul Williamson and committee today said they expected4o sign at leastthirty more Thisnumbeyftf will ample facilities the big tP leave here morning allday string pf cars in the those in arrange ments tcday said a marshal pf the day will be whose car will set the pace for the and all drivers will be requested to follow orders as to and Former it was pointed had finished in a whirlwind pf races which endangered pcpupants the It will be the idea Thursday tpkeep tho crowd together at all points and along the way in order that any change in the program be quickly carried out without conf The caravan will congregate at the foot of Main near the Santa Pe freight and will depart from the city at 8 oclock Mountain does not mean those in charge jf the trippers may on the way slightly earlier than that A service car an4 pompetent mechanic tire man are want ed to accompany the Good Will Tpur of the Business Mens Arrangements for ttya snould fee made immediately with the secretary of tho Phanjper of There will be mqtpr trouble V and there will be tire trpuble pn y this and men with necessary tools supplies T can be of a great help in J line motorcade to malijtain schedule throughout the Sun of Mandejlfj for eastern Vphs to Tariff Predicted a Jarring Chord In RanksSenate Expected To Modify House Rates as Set up Alabama Slayer To Court Special BULLETIN July 23 Bouyer alias CharlesHarr fras found guilty of first de der here todayby a Barbcfl which tried him for kit on miles from here on the night of July The jury deliberated less than ten Circuit Judge tenced the negro to be electrocuted in Kilby prison at Montgomery on August By The Associated July spec ial bringing Lester negro slayer and the one hundred and fifty national guardsmen called out by Governor Bibb Graves to pro tect him from threatened mob vio arrived here at 8 The train was met at the station by an orderly crowd estimated ai from to There was np suggestion of The guardsmen surrounded Bouyer on way to the court Jiouse where le was placed in the prisoners cage preparatory of the No dis house Court an nounced as many as could make their into the courtropm would be comfortably One DeadOne Missing After 2 Boats Crash By The Associated Frees July speed carrying collided lead on in Lake Michigan 200 yards off Navy Pier last One was another is missing and the other 18 passengers swam ashore or floundered about in thewater until by nearby The passenger who drowned was jeo of David is missingant he lake being dragged Vajly day forhis Several of engers were injured Both each travelling an hour over the smooth v ank almost at n i i Predict Larges Cotton Crop In By The Associated Press cotton acreage has more than offset damage to the crop frpm hail in this ection and indications are bright for he largest cotton yield in the history of the middle The acreage was increased about five per cent over ast While the cotton crop was planted bout three weeks later than usual Because of early spring it ias grpwn rapidly during the past wo weeks and now on a par with he corresponding period pf Heavy rains in August ft year aused the crpp tp put ptftop much talk and reduced the4 ial At Carlsbad the prospects 100 per cent bettei tbAn last Cpttpnpicking art of the county isexpected to tart about September jU The last of the spring wool clip as been shipped from Artesia tlm otal product was more than ounds which netted local growers round DWARD SCHLEE PERHAPS FATALLY INJURED TQPAY By The Associated Preas July president of the rock Aircraft whq with Viiham Brock flew from Petrpit o Tpkyp twp years ractured skull when struck by a lane propejler at the1 Petyoit City irport shortly before nv is condition was said to foe Schlee was struck ttempting to rempye ha waa the heels of a plane jn he and tvo companions were preparing to off for stairs an4 his By The Associated Press July cting expectations are being for fed on the basis of scraps of informa tion which emerging from the closed pm where the republicans of the inate finance committee have estab ed themselves for the complicated of rewriting the house tariff ri the one inferences are fiwn whicih lead some observers to Lieve that their bill is to be as gen us that passed by the house in scope of its upward revision of Jff rates on the other cations are cited to support pre thkt the proposed increases will be considerably In the latter category is classed the of Chairman Smoot to the tariff commission listof im ported commodities which enter Am erican trade in such relatively small quantities that they amount to less than ten per cent of total consump republican committee meA believe that if domestic produc ershave more than 90 per cent of the American market for any commodity theydo not need protection against Many of increases voted bythe house are described as affecting such While that is taken as a sign that the committeemen are seriously con sidering an extensive modification of tHe house an opposite interpre tation placed on the statement of Shortridge of one of the members engaged on the i t tThe republican he and first regard for women and children on the in in mill or fac the producer and consumer without adequate tariff will be forced into compe tition with poorly paid qheap fLIERS SEND XMAS OfflKlD ALL By The Associated Press July Z record for luHftitfed flight Wai established JkVJWe Red and Foreil CyBrine in Louis Rqbin at At that WurtheyjMta been up 247 43 mirmteTTand 32 one hour than Roland Reinhart and Loren Mendell flew their Ange leno at Culver Jackson and OBrine announced they would continue in the air to set 8 new mark as high as the mechanical condition of their plane will The Louis a plane of the CurtissRoberaon Air plane manufacturing spon of the is poweredbya new Challenge The original purpose of the which started at July was to give the motor an endurance The fliers dropped a note in which they wished all A Merry Christinas and a Happy New Year which taken to mean that they expected remain many more hours if their motor Favorable Vote Expected f iv rrench senate of other and less prosperous cpun Senator Lafollette of a member of the republican indepen dent group which is organizing in op position to general tariff has called upon President Hoover to express his views on the house After dictating the terms of the farm bill and condemning the deben ture plan in unmeasured he the President can not with very good grace remain neutral and silent on the By The Associated of will be cast in senate against debt accord with1 tfiani ber of deputies ratified the measure by eight The finance committee of the sen ate already has reported the ratifi cation favorably and a similar raport of the foreign affairs committee will be ready late Formal debate will begin tomor It vilHake up but three sittings allowing a final vote A great array of talent will make itself heard in the among those speaking being former President Little that will said will influ ence the opposition to ratification having centered abo it dissident elements in the Countys Wheat t Crop Laid By Planjor 1930 The advance of the wheat price Mpnday received only slight notice in Clovis and surrounding The grand rush to get the crop to market has about There has been such a decline in the number of wheat trucks seen on the streets until today they are abso lutely Only a few fields main in the county and they will be cut within the next three to four With approximately 700 cars of wheat loaded at Clovis during the past four and half that number at Melrose and Texico car rying Curry cpunty figuring at 13500 bushels to the bushels of wheat have been shipped from this county this It is impossible to estimate the amount of wheat from this county that has been marketed outside the It is also impossible to place an estimate pn the amount held in storage on the farmsthroughout the But with elevator storage and farm storage roughly guessed at and again guessing at the amount the total yield will run over two million With recent rains over the greater part of the wheat country and with plowing under ftjll the far ners are going ahead joypusly prepar ing for a larger crop in One thing is certain at this there will be a larger acreage planted to wheat this year than ever before in the histpry pf Curry cpuhty and if the yield is as good as it was this year several fortunes will be made FAINTED AND FILL TO DEATH AS HE SOUGHT WIFE HAS OLD PAIR OF HANDCUFFS GRANDFATHER MADE IN 1830 A pair pf handcuffs made by David a grandfather of Shorty filljng station operator south of in are among Shortys most They are now at the NewsJournal office where anyone who wishes may see At the time he made them An was working at his trade and Was also a slave trader in partner ship with another The part ners determination to break with Anderson and the partnership was This all took place in in wnftt is now Tate and about three miles south of the present town of Chinese Ship Down With 62 Aftera Crash By The Ansoclnted Press July Sixtytwo Chinese pasengers of the Chinajtfer chants Steam Navigation Hsmkpnff yore drowned Sunday af ternoon when the ship a d with steamer Tatsuno Mara of Weikhaiwei dunng a heavy The Hsinkong sank within 20 min Fortytwp of those aboard were picked up by the Japanese steamer which was enrpute to according to the companys Fog hindered the rescue nn UNDER TERRIFIC SWEEP QF By The Associated Prcaa July sweltered today in H Europe wave which By ffhfli Atsociated Press July 83rRalph Em mett had gpfte yesterday to the apartr meiit of his estranged seeking The visit en4 ed m his Standing at the top of secpnd floor awaiting he answer te his fell wa extended from MQSCQW to Rome and the eastern Balkans to the British No immediate prgspeot pf relief was held out although in Great Bri tain the temperature was cpoler than a day or go drpught gave only In but in parts of thj WEATHER FOREPASY Unsettled tpnlght and Wedni probably loca   

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