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   Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - May 2, 1922, Roswell, New Mexico                                lfflt IJAILY MM AGREEMENT ON SOLDIER May senate finance committee Republicans have tentatively agreed on a soldier bonus They submit the plan to President Harding probably late As tentatively framed the plan is a modification of the bill passed by the It provides for paying the bonus by means of twentyyear certif icates which are to have a loan value of fifty per cent of their value immed In three years this value will Jncreasa to eighty per In six years the certificates are to increase twetnyflve cent in value and the loan value seventyfive per cent of the new face At the end of twenty years the holder taieg either the money due in cash or hi fcii includes vocational train home and farm ad options and eliminates the reclamation WOULD tfffll TO SUFFERERS AFTER FLOOD May today to rush more relief mon ey to the M ssissippi flood Shortly after reconvening the House hurried through a billappropriating an additional two hundred thousand dollars for reconditioning and strengthening levees along the Miss issippi not under control of the Miss issippi river Congress has already appropriated a million dollars for the commission for levee TO VOTFRS May tative Ansorge of New Repub introduced two joint resolutions which would lift the band on per cent beer and permit of its manufac ture under government A section of the resolution calls for a national referendum this fall on the Question of light wines and each state exercising its own TWO DEAD May at the deaths of two sleeping sickness mescal authont es are mak ing desperate efforts to awaken and save the lives oj two others who are afflicted the Botli pa tients are in a BABBIT DfittE AT SETS 300 OF THE A very successful rabbit drive was conducted in the Dexter Sat urday by the Dexter Branch of tlr Chaves County Farm men took part in the drive which cov ered an area of about four sections and resulted ia the capture of 300 jai k rabbits and cottontails The depred tjons of the on the alfalfa di rict had become po ious as to ni some action neces sary to curb ieir and so the Farm Bureau took the in band with the successful results noted CoontjAgent Thomas is re ported to have slain an almost incred ible number of the Take Cadets Pine The Chamber of Commerce com mittee appointed to arrange transpor for the cadet corps of the Mexico Military Institute to Pine Lodge next has up to the present time obtained transportation for about 140 Anyone who wishes to make the trip to Pino Lodge Saturday Monday afternoon will be furnished oil and iras ior the trip and lodging at Pins Lode in re turn for takng car load of Anyone who wisli s to do this may communicate wth C or wilh the Chamber of May Harding believes that Chief Justice Taft of the supreme court should ac cept the invitation to name chair man of a mixed arbitral commission for controlling the Russian debts if ths aid the Genoa declared a high Whte House author NO AGREEMENT WITH SHELL OIL May of the Soviet den ed caiegorically that any iform of an oil agreement had been made with the Shell oil interests of Great iN NAD SCRAMBLE AT JAP CABINET Japan May Japan ese cabinet headed Premier Taka uislii has This aftion was aken to permit of partial reorganiza tion of the WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY The Dead Letter Office has been n existence ever since Ben FranMin started our postal Even tl it people addressed mail to Atlantic and ex pected Hen to know Just where Zcke Perhaps they had address In letters up In the maybe a chest full of but then it was easier to let Ben hunt Today people are addressing letters to John New or thinking Uncle Sam can locate which Is just as Incomplete aa wns Zekes ad dress of The Postoffice Depart ment asks you to put the number and street in the t helps Named Miss Josepbne Knnen has been named valedictoran of the 1922 grad uating class of the El Paso high Miss Kanrn is n daughter of Charlie who was graduated hero from the i nthr day when Goss was superintendent nnd a niece of Wjatt Johnson of th s In District The case of Costa against is aftir onIriai before a in district Ifis expected lhatthis case larij tills Cut flowers and blooming pot plfintg well Flora Phone ntmeg Cow STORRIS May cut now has the champion m Ik pro ducing cow of the Fauviss owned by ot New Canaan has brought the nutmeg state into prominence by breaking all re cords for milk production of the Icrsey In one year Fauvics Star produced pounds of The best previous record for a jersey cow was made by a New Vork cow and was for pounds of Demand For SAN May the middle west w 11 soon become one of he largest consumers of redwood was the prediction made by Harrison of secretary of the Northwestern Lum bermans durincr a visit here in company with 100 members of tho One thing the trip has taught sad is the value and beauty of the California red wood Oxritod county tra derwent an operation at Marys thip jjrternoon at oclock for Cowan Harry came up from bis home at Hagerman this morning and spent the day here attending to busi ness May is threatened over Indiana as the final mad scramble for votes began in the most spectacular primary battle in Half a million vot ers are going to the polls today to decide whether u vote of confidence will be given President Harding by the renomination of hs close friend and loyal supporter Harry as Republican candidate for United States o IN FALL IN BATHE IN YESTERDAY LOCAL IN BE ACCEPTED FOR SUMMER CAMP Colonel Ingalls announces May that the civilian summer training chairman of the Sinclair Oil camps will open the first week will pass through here in a These camps will be held rPeclal car attached to train Camp Sill Okla 1S in a dasn lfrOni Mexico City Texas and at Ft Sam to NCw York tO the of his six The camps will nu T f two weeks i h lo reach Louis Wednesday rnorn vo eeks each being organized into He left San Antonio last two classes so that all who des ro to The Sinclair train arrived here at two hours Anyone from this city who degrea May hau a thousand men of the army of General Wu Pei Fu fell in the battle efore the forces of General Chans in Tien according to an fficial communique issued from the Vu Pei Fu haedquartprs ft Che he Chief of the Staff of the Central rmy declared the encircling move nent of Wu Pe Fus army southwest of Pekin had frustrated the superior artillery fire of Changs PEGGY HOPKINS TELLS STOFY OF May 1 might have married him after he had een if 1 could only bring him back to i caut uu dersumd 1eggy Hopkins sobbed bitterly as he repeated her story of the suicide of William a young Chil who killed liimself in his room next to Peggys at Hotel She told of the frantic court paid by the wealthy youth and after a party when he made a final plea for her hand and she refused he went o the next room and killed The police making a r gid investi gation of the Arrested Here Orrille Wade Douglas and were arrest ed west of the city yesterday by of Rufe Dunahoo and Carl Gordon and brought to this city where they were placed in the county jail and harsed with The four young men are charged with various crimes here and at points In They indicated yesterday that they desired to plead and will be iven a hearing immediately upon the return of the dstrfict One young man started to make a geta way yesterday and was finally per suaded to stop by officer They are from Worth and were traveling in a Ford car with many guns and plenty or KosweH Medics Presley of this has been elected viceprosident i tjic Xew Mexico state Medcal association thic was also selected ns a An Eight Pound Born this morning to and Casey of this city an eight pound Expected Home Dillard Wyatt is expected homc tonight from a several days trip to points to the Carload of jrcw The Roswell Auto Company today unloaded a carload of new Sedans anu whch has been sold for sev eral Another carload of cars is expected Cummins Expected J Cummins is expected lioihe to night from Dallas and oilier Texas P0inta he has been On a com mnation business and pleasure tr n for several The ItarreL the of being Hall Tire J6tT Swearlngln will be In hi KOBWCH office all the time Office netldenca phone PLOT SNUGGLE CUM HAS IEN6R1EN May plot to in Chinese was broken up to enter summer tarirens camp should make application to the Sth Corps commander at Sam Texas transportation both ways and Jourd and room willbe furnished free of charge to all men who are Word has received from the War department that all those attend the Citizens Military Training amp to be held this summer musi have in additon to physical examinai lion three injections of typhoid serum and j Last year this treatment was ad ministered after the applicant had vith the arrest of Constable Morris the training campwith the tederal believc Oth result much was T are McFall is s e barged with conspiringto Last year there were more apal ens plieants than could be so those desiring to attend should Me application with the commanding Sth Corps Uuon re of notice of acceptance for the typhoid serum and the1 mallpox vaccination will be admin istered at the expense of the govern iipnt through Medical Officers of the Xationai Guard and the Organzed Re1 wilh the exception of a few ents charge for the smallpox vic which is not available for CLEAN OP WEEK IN ROSWELL TO START RESULTS Of PRIMARY IN LEA COUNTY government Following are the results of the sec joiid primary held in Lea county on Monday of this week For County Tax Assessor Chilian Military tScason is rapidly Drawing near Cnas Collum 705 when those who desire to attend the iL BIackmon Civilian Military Training Camp for he season should file ther ap i 1 Ior lilanks for same can be obtained Dunnam 628 from 784 ihairmanof the Local whose For Superintendent of ddress is in care of the NJIrs Sarah Ellis697 i Spencer711 The camp to which Roswell appli Probate will be will be at Bliss and held from July 27 to Aug ist Walter GainerJL371 As only a limited number can attend Frank Bass222 first on file will stand o i better chance of be ns I All applicants must be examined physically and the result there on ther applcation If ipplcnnt is accepted he will be noti ieil about June where upon it wll be necessary that lie be vaccinated a ainst smallpox and be given in ocoulmon agallnst before go us to There are four phyal iaiis in Doctors Infills K Haymaker and who will make the physical examina Without fhe Postal buslnesg vacolnate and inocculate free would languish in a and be at a with the exception of the cost of the standstill in a Public opinion which will be only ten cents lle of dry rotSectional hatred There will be three courses of in or Prejudice only would and POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED May 1 Sees Inaugurated First General Campaign of Kind in Clean Up Week in Roswell will be gin The week May 3 to 10 has been designated by Mayor Willis Ford as Clean Up Week and the idea is this During the week of May 3 to 10 everybody will give their premises the in most cases much needed spring going over their trimming them where raking the trash from and tidying them up remov ing old tin and like accumulations of miscellaneous debris from the back and making everythinggenerally spick and span Then the city steps in and plays its rt of the clean up AIJ the above mentioned accumulation bish is to jbe piled in the early ontfie morning of May wfiicii will be next a the city cleanup crew will get on the Job and gather up all thetrash piled in the then cut the grass and weeds in the alleys and give then a thorough cleaning In order that the citys cieanup squad may make a clean sweep of things next Wednesday it is necessary that during the coming week Roswell citizens cooperate heartily in the and have all their trash out in the alley by Tuesday or soon er if so that the cleanup squad can pick it up Wednesday morn Once we get things well cleaned it wll be easy to keep them clean Lets go for a cleaner and better Ros Get out the old lawn the rake and the and lets make things hum in Roswell this Sconts Attend Sixteen Boy Scouts attended the ecture given at the Chamber of Com merce last night by Sujweypr This lecture toolfc up he subject of elementary map draw one of the requirements the scout must comply with in order to become a First Class Instriictionir ractical map making in the field wil be given Saturday May 13th by Minor Scoutmaster of Troop This field work will be only for Second Class Scouts who attended last nights ecture were Harry Pete John John Paul Hnton JudsOn Os Charles George eland William Wade Collerson Ervin Ifginald and Victor Examinations in First and Second Class first aid will be given at the Chamber of Commercetomorrow nght at 7 oclock TMs wll be the chance scouts will have to take irst examination before the May Court of Honor which will meet at the high school next Monday night narrowmindedness It Is the biggest distinctive business In the world and It comes nearer to the innermost Interests ot greater num of men and women than any other Institution No nrliate bust however touches 10 struction at the RED Age Appli cant must possess overage general inj telligence and be of good moral Previous military training not bThe WHITE Age ITmj lives so often or sharply no it Applicants must nave a chufch reaches into 10 many Grammar School education or its nutters so many has many This course provides adhuman beings dependent on Its mln vanced Graduates of the 1921 Red Camp will not be barred on I Postal Improvement Week has account of age I been set for Jay ll by the Postmaster rinTTDQw This is the first general cam c The BLUE Age limit j CfiVjlians djepignated to at tend this course must have had prioi nvltnry training equivalent to that given in the Red and White Applicants who attend canip will XOT be pad They will however be furnished quarters and uniforms freeIt Is recommended that they pay their own way to camp and be rembursed after arrival there at the rate of 5 cents per computed over the shortest route from home to tho On the trip they will bP ssued trans portation or paid at the same rate per mile that they receive when ing to Any questions ralntive t tvrimi wllbegladly onswored by the under businesshours attel thfirpofHrr nt A for several Business men and Iheij large users of the motion pictures and the entire organiza tion of postal workers are to be fttilistert In this countrywide campnlgn of Interest in postal Your help It Addreu your let ters plainly with pen or Give street Spell out name of dont Put your return addreei In the upper left hand corner ef envelope not on the back and always look at your letter before dropping In the mall to see If It le properly care In trie use of the mallt for your bencltt and ipeeda up the dispatch and delivery of mall If you have any complaint of poor service make them to your He has Instructions to Investigate them report to the 1 nose and throat In room 224 Alllion nb one tirauat At Zinkg Jewelry J formerly of Canadian has accepted a position with arrived here recently from Texas where they a number ot years had a host ot friends and A4w flrq pow ipcated at 616 North Richard AGE TO BE GRAVELED director of the Lee came down from hia home on the Ruidoso Sunday night and letft for Washington Johnsons particular mission here at this time was to straighten out the tangle on the graveling of the road through the Alescalero Indian on which the Chamber of Commerce has been working lor some it is now announced that the graveling will start within two weeks and be completed before July This work will include a foot gravel surface from the north gate of the segervationyto a short beyoihJithe distance of about ten miles the tad places where has been up in the past during the rainy season In the This work ia being done with funds furnished by resa for this As the result of conferences held by Johnson in Alamogordo and El Paso strong Lee Highway committees have been form Among other things these com mittees will obtain the cooperation of the Bureau ot Public Inter ior and the State High way Commission of New Mexico for the purpose of constructing a stand ard road through the reservation for the entire distance of twenty The standard road will be twentyfour feet with an eighteen foot gray el surface six inches The esti mated cost of the work will be The Bureau of Public roads and Inter ior Department are ready to cooper ate with the State in this matter and furnish the large part of the No difficulty is in obtaining the of the State Highway HV Willis is chairman of the local Lee FTghway the other mem bers being C Fred John Rhea and Alumni to The Alumni Association of the New Mexico Military Institute is doing its utmost to stir up some enthusiasm relative to fhe alumni meeting of the to be held in this city on May The officers of the aluan association Cecil Los president Rollo vicepresident Wyly par Santa second vicepresident El third vicepresid ent sec retary and Store Locate George formerly of Canad has leased the Zink build on Main street and on June 1 will a new onecenttoonedollar store in this MrOwen for a number of years has been manager of the variety department of the Can adian Hardware and Furniture com pany of Many Visit Many persons motored out to the Owens oil well four and a hall miles northwest of ths city today and inspected the well and the contents of the All were enthused over what they saw and many are convinc ed that after more drilling it will be a real oil Here from Willard Keen came up from his home at Carlsbad yesterday to remain for several days attendng to bus iness leaves For Carlsbad and George Hunker left ths morning for Carlsbad where to nght chairman of the democratic state central will a meeting with Eddy county From Carlsbad they will to LoVington and then back iy portslea Big Bain West A big rain fell west of this city in ha mountain districts Rtrdoso valley and the country as far this way as Plcacho yesterday got heavy Weather For Roswell and the PeoOs valley Generally fair weather tonight ami Wednesday slightly cooler Weather The trough of low pressure noted yesterday morning js being divided by tne eastward development of high pressure across the central Lower temperatures have resulted west of thu with local East of the mountains the weather continues with light precipitation and somewhat high er Generally fair weather Is expected for the Pecos valley tonight and Wed with slightly lower tempera tures The probability of rain s 15 per i Highest 13 lowest last v Normal highest for this 78 normal This date since 1904 94 For the for the Normal For the month for the year to Official in BIf House At The lyric The Baby Show at the Lyric last fghi was trip big Movie Sensation of More than one hundred pictures of Roswell babes brought rounds after rounds of The Rudence voted after the show for the best plcturp Prizes will be announced torrpht after the votes are A record house is anticipat ed this The show starts at 2tlr Confers chairman of the state democratic central last night at the courthouse held a short conference with a number of men and of Chaves Plans Tor the coming state campaign were made and a number of bg questions Chairman Hunker left this morning for Carlsbad where he will hold another confer ence Werts from El Tohn Weeks is here from hla home at El Paso attending to busi ness matters for several Anyone work done South Park should see fte at phone Adwt Usement Commissioners Hare After attending to a number of matters yesterday the board J of county commissioners adjourned i the ntxt regular   

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