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   Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - April 24, 1923, Roswell, New Mexico                                1SIK r WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S8L DAILT CHAVES NEW April VOLUME Campaign For American Adhesion League Nations April Presdent Harding opened the campaign for American to the court of the Nations here today by serving members of hs own party whq havelined up inopposition to the that he is irrevoca bly commithted to in the first speech he made on the court plan s nee he subm tied it to congress ear ly in the Harding intended to car dy out a threefold It was to the plan to the country to clear away the fogs of suspicion and doubt from the public mud and to enlist the whole people behind hiir and the which he believes a step toward war prevention to an swer and silence the men high in the Republcan who e tber be cause of hostility to Secretary Hughes whom they suspect o wantns to get the United States n the League of or for other reasons are op po ing the court plan thenifelves and st rring np popular district regard ing it to enlist the great agencies of publicity in as day to dav advocates of the court The Pres dent spoke at a luncheon of the Assocated SAX Cane wion Kansas City in all her glory has sugar prices cents come and taken away with per hundred pounds a her a most favorable impression ot price of ten dollars tpYyihoIesalthe Pecos and a heart lull of at the This Uie highappreciation for the cordial reception ost price slice sue received Every man in Uiu PAN Apjrl they were real price of cane sugar increased the loud in K s of the the sedond time in and the entertainment they le From the time of the city and Cham advance of five cents on a hundred ber o Commerce met them at Hager The Western and sugar received wli companies announced additional man they were The committee in charge of the ar rangements for the Koswell Chamber of Commerce were loud in their j of the way Roswell people arose to the emergency Every man felt thai he had a person al responsibility in the matter and not a vis tor could express a wish but that t was granted The only hitch In the whole pro gram came when the parade turned at Second street instead of going through the business section as orig inally Hundreds of people t were that it did not go Apr i 24 F re n down through the entire business cut in Madison Square where secton of Ma n They Riuglin there to see the parade and had every cus is being held A wild reason to believe that it would come elicited by the smojte on Some some act vity of the keepers who ibere was a If t were to do Apr 1 Charles thelr when lne ver more specific details ambassador en lheir niiny Voar would be worked but its too late WSCITY VISIT MELL CLARA PHILLIPS Dalton President Chamber Commerce LOS April Clara Phillips in her sensational escape from the Los Angeles county walked out of the front gate disguis ed as a messenger The bars in the cell were afterward cut as a At the jail door she was tak en under the wing of a man known as Jess who had been paid two thousand dollars to chaperon her The above allegations are being in vest gated by the d strict attorneys in connection with its inquiry Into the getaway of the hammer now given added impe tus by her reported capture at Te Jones Jones returned this af ternoon from where he has jeen several days attending to bus Hero From and Morrow came in ast nght from their home at Albu querque to spend several days of the and John Barton forj There to correct mer secretary of the and Tne fames were confined head of the Red were he where thousands today by Secretary Hughes to be the o d0nars worth of pop pea American commissioners to the rec ognition conference in Mexico ASK I IN PAY i SHEW WfO April order of railroad expressmen today filed a re quest with the United railroad labor board for a pay ncrease of ten cents an The wage increase asked would total seventeen nvll on dollars annually and would seventy thousand affect Ireland April lytwo Irish irregular pr sonerii tun neled Ibelr way out of the Curragh detention camp during the night aiid scattered over the it was Some were re The smoker at the Armory last light was well attended by both Kau vis Cty and Roswell business this time n an informal manner he VM tng business men were given in opportun ty to meet local Hiram M Dow presided over the neetng and Austin Crlle made he address of Crile in i very happy manner told the vsitors nf the genuine pleasure their visit iad Responses were made by Nelson William Ptt and of whom declared that t would be many a day before they forirot Ros wel and the unique hosptallty of the Tbe rider for the occason was fnr nshert by Robert Beers and was much Much credit should be given for the success of the entertainment for the vistors to the eonimttee composed of WIH Ben M Tjgner and Jaffa SAN April John for the past twenty years sheriff of Bexar was virtually swept into the mayoralty chair yesterday when he led his op by i i i i Attention Odd The White Line Stage will op erate cars to Carlsbad for your An niversary on April Leaving early in the morning and returning that Fare for the Round Trip Phone 222 for reserva 20t5c In District The case of Charles Foster against the railroad is still on trial before a jury n district In ths case Foster is askins damages in the sum of for an alleged personal EXPECTS StIMER RUSH OF TOURISTS MEXICO Apnil Mexico will compete with Europe for the tourist trade of the Untied States this Thousands of pamphlets are beins sent to prospective tourists callin attention to the attractoris in Mexico and urgvng the recipients to spend a vacation Hotels are enlarging their quarters to take care of the expected guests and the National Lines are preparing special specia accommodations for the In addition to the City is planning to entertain over a Kansas Cty business men to the number of 125 visited Roswell yester day rght on time at The stop here was one of sixtyfour stops to bo made on a 2446 mile tour that these representatives of Kansas City business houses are making un der the auspices of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce through Colo New ami It is the ThirtySecond Annual Trade Extension Trip of the Kansas Cly Chamber president headed the along McGinley Charman of ther Trade Intension The party was made up of manu live stock and grain Their slogan is Out to meet oid friends and make new Included in the party were the fol owinu First National 0 Andy Offica1 Sewell Paint and Glass F AV Barton Hat George Donnelly Garment Kansas City Southern 1 way U Krnst and BiirnhamMunger Hoot Dry Goods Union Tele graph Clendening Chamber of Com Thornton Columbia Nation al B Union Bank Note Mayor Frank Crom well Butter and BBS President Chamber of Peet Manufacturing Kansas City Power Light Kenneth Dick Clay Manufacturing Downey ompany Frank EnnlsHanlyBlack uni Coffee thousand cchool teachers from United who will attend thi the summer school at the national un versity The Egypt of the Americas is Apr 1 Two firemen were injured the loss of between our and five hundred thousand dol was caused by in two ware houses in the Ch cago stock S110UM KILL A MAS FORT Apnll x x X XXX X X X X X the keynote of the advertisng matter I Tne deeis on of a jury here beng sent to the prosnective I y lhat jlrs was The National Railway Lines are call us attention to the fact that arch aeologists are hailng the Mexican ruins as even greater than those in Estypt ami that important discoveries are expected show esting Vight on the early history o bo western We are expecting more tourists tha never this even more thaw in the days prior to the revo agent of the National Railway V informed the United Special rates are being prepared sane showed that fat ally shot in front of an office build ing was the v cciin of a trick o officers in i deranged state of imagined there wag some man In the office building whom she should Sr she sat an atitomobie and waited Myers came out of the Th woman rose and While Myers repeated ove and over that he had neve the But she continued saying I go Community Chora s Meetng x The Roswell Community Chorx x us will meet tonight at sevenx x thirty at the Chamber of Comx x merce room This rehearsal will x s last only one y AThis is a comraun ty chorui x commun and if is x enough interest among tne x men of the city to give Ji we A Jepresentatf ve number of x X lhenia thjs i will conx x s der It useless tp try to carry J nioement RMx White and she would Thorough investigation of Myers and side trips are being he rght got llle Rvery comfort Is being prepared toi the There is no reason for the Ameri can tourRt to en to Europe or the Far as there is nothing nil coniiarn Jo Mexico which 1 Jhe back door of Statesi n i T Erb Townley Metal and HTardware Neil Kansas City Struc ural Steel Malcom Lowrj HendrioiLow ry Engineering Master New England Nat Volker and Industrial Commis Chamber of Miller Petroleum Re iung Jack Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance M Lee Mercan e Charles Fidelity Nation al Bank Trust D ForresterNace Box Homer Kansas City Life Insurance American Asphalt Hoof A McPike Drug Com Daily Drovers Tele Nichols Nichols Wire Sheet und Hardware Butler Manufactur ing OMalley Cigar Com YANKS PICKED REPEAT AGAIN IN 1923 RACE NISW Apnll the pennant winner in the American League pennant race would not be difficult this year if the Browns and White Sox could be eras ed from the paper with a deft Dismissing those three clubs as obstacles in the wayof the New York Yankees is a function for and not for As the pennant race in the National League aissuines the advance propor tions of a battle so the fight for the championship in the Ameri can League offers an opportunity for a lot of prophets to die Assuming the risk of a hard death next the following is sub mitted for the earnest attention of everyone but the ball who have little faith in the opinion of press box NEHV YORK YANKEES DETROIT TIGERS ST LOUIS BROWNS CHICAGO WHITE SOX PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS CLEVELAND INDIANS WASHINGTON SENATORS BOSTON RED SOX Figuring that Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel will be at vastly more assist ance to the New York Yanks and assuming that George Sisler will not be a complete loss to the the placing of the first division is not so difficult with reservation that they will all be first divison although they may not finish in the order Coming to the placing of the sec ond division it is a good prob lem for some of those experts who can read the future out of a fish bowl The inducement of the cut of the worlds series money that was mentioned as such a vital fac tor in the playing York Giants in the other pehnatftrjfjccFin ples to the The lure of the immense purse the athletes would out of another private New York they ought to win the arnbtion and baance they so sadly lacked in the past Ruth and Meusel have given indica rons of a determination to play base ball this year and they are the great est rurtgetting combinatfon in base Willam Kansas City PURDY IMS 70 ON mm The KiwanJs Club held its regu lar weekly puncheon at the GKlkeson hotel The meeting was well attended and had the genuine Kiwau lan Stewart of Carls bad and Arthur of were Arthur of the Alameda gave the attendance a beautiful bouquet of carna t It was drawn by Kiwanian He agreed to take it home to his wife right away after The Board of Directors recommend ed that Kiwanian Rudolph Caughey serve in the presidents chair to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Kiwanian Childress and that Ki wanan Ingalls be elected to fill the vicepresidents chair made vacant by the election of Kiwanian Caughey to the Plans are to be made for the ex pendture of the money made in the Merchants Industrial It Is with pleasure that this money will be used n the assisting of underprivileged of the Pecos Valley Drug was received into the club as a new His initiation was rather and of somewhat im pressive But it was a real He will make a good Ki Will of the Purdy Furniture made an interesting talk on fur which follows Will Purdy on I was asked by Judge Mell to make a talk on furniture I have been talking furnfture for 25 but it never occurred to me that I would ever be asked to talk to a bunch of real business men and as my stage fright causes me to forget my i will ask you to bear wth me wfiile I refer to my When we think of furniture we Connect home and office with this the youngest country in is the land of the best homes and best furnished We have copied all the best from the ancient patterns of ture used by the Orien and that used by the French in the tme of the the Dutch and the English arid added to them the comforts de ball The pitching staff could hard manded by the American Iv be recruited to greater strength Furniture manufacture in the Unit Fibre Box Peake Auto Supply Marvin Dierks Sons Lumber Julian Lyle Stephenson George Kansas City William IrvingPitt Manufac turing M tchell and Jack Queen City Print Ink James Harry Guaranty Trust Company of Kansas Redheffen Great Western Paint Manufacturing Rice Motor Com Missouri Valley Nelson StudebakerRiley rc Clarence Kansas Cty sundry Service Maxwell and x well c f WHC Lawrence LOUJCV niaetjOR P the York life tpsurance Fion Louis Lawrence will ha old home at La j ifor jit extended vlst home J 3 Ife showed he had an excellent rep He left a widow and twc little Advices from declare White had yal ftad at or 0 t n Jffanjr To brighten your Paul M IJogel Construction Fowler Commission Fred SimondsShields Grain Standard Oil Com miiy of General Ihamber of George Topeka and Santa Fe Gerald Kansas City Morgan Hand Elec Cty Ice Company of Kansas Kansas O ty Gas Com LongBell Lumber Com United States Rubber Win Holland Engrav his Gilbert Jewe ry Drovers National Jenkins Sons Music Jenkins Music Linn D Gray Advertising Herman Telephone George Topeka and Santa Fe Cook Paint and Varnish Satterlee Electric Harvey The Schmel and the cub seems perfectly sound n everything but the morale and pirit If they have been moored to the ground by the bitter dose of medicne they were forced to swallow last October in the worlds the yought to win the pennant Two of the pitchers that Miller Huggins may have to keep idle on the Yank bench a good part of the would give the pennant to the De troit They may get there nvway The lack of pitching Tnat rial is the chief difference between he Yanks and the Tigers and when ne stops to figure that opposing tchers will have to pitch daily to ine Tigers who hit 300 or better it eems that pitching should not be uch a vital factor for the Tigers t it look Yanks Figuring that George Sisler will be f some service to the they placed in third The de gree to which he will be of service to he club is of utmost importance n igurins the If he plays half jf the the Browns ought to jje a first division club at Ip ie plays Jessthey may land in sixtb EveiH Sfter eal Ssler5i4l all which is mprobabK the Brownsare no long as strong as the improved Yanks ind With some of the keenest play ns brains in either league and wtb promising young players to work heajitify also the fmniture or tjoor Try ROSWELL AUTO We give H Green Trading 23t2e Commerce Trust Kansas City James Herbert R R MllerCooper Ink FerryHanly Ad vertising p W A Colimibian Steel Tank J The PottBTurnbnll Estel General Motors Truck Company of Kansas George ScoularBishop drain Seidlitz Varnish W Laurence Smitli Smith Grieves Lawrence Spencei Printing Sigmund Stern Brothers anti Peet Brothers Manu R Jones and Sons Allen John Taylor Dr Goods GustinBaco Manufacturing A Thompso Lumber Hobart Jenkins Sons Music Van Richards and Conover Hardware Frank Exchange Saw mlls Sales Kansas City Stock Yards along side of the the White Sox seem certain of a place no low er than They may get er if the Browne do not The Sox have a smart ball club and they have a nVghty shrewd manager The unprofessional method of toss ng a coin was weed to place the Phil ed States surpasses that of any coun try in the A visit through our factories shows us that our skill ed such as cabnet up are n large part and the hest representatives of ther so we realize taht we have had to go to the Old Country to get our The furniture business is differ ent and peculiar to other When a man or woman buys a or machinery or most any article of mer he expects to wear ilt but with in most he expects it to last a 1fetime and he handed fown to his children and with more value at tached than when it was There are more heirlooms in the way rvf furniture than all other In my many years of experience in the furniture the moat dis agreeable feature about it has been the heartbreaking ordeals that peo ple go through in this Western coun when they have to gve up their homes and furniture for financial reasons or People coming the East invariably tell me of their health but the thing they regret most is that they had to eave their furniture or sel it for most Women have a much greater attachment for furniture than There seems to be something nbout it that makes it become so dear to her that you would thnk that it had life and could I have seen children from one year to 8 or 10 years stand and cry 1ke their hearts break when I would haul off the little red baby bed or worn out In moat cases the pieces of furniture that people ship to this country are not worth the the Cleveland positions at the finish of the race may at least be It has be come a bromide to chronicle annual Kellogg Switchboard Supply George cutt LooseWiles Bis J Continental National ly The Athletics have Old as it isk it may not be amiss to repent the prediction this year Tf the Athletics have not at last nr vlved Tris Speaker may be pounding on the door of the first The success with new young mak es the form of both clubs problemat Washington has been held down in he pennant race two years by the of a lighting heart and the Bos ton Red will have if noth ing uiiaer Frank R Clark Griffith lets Donie Bush atone he may put some spunk in the Sena tors nd they may ftnteh If he the Senators may Pght it out with the Red Sox for the Council The city council will meet tonight Pt the city hall promptly at 7 At this meeting an enlargement o the pavine district will be considered and all property owners interested tied to Forty per cent of the furniture sola Is bought by people from the ages of IS to 30 36 from the age3 of 30 to 45 and 21 over 45 Only 1 Continued on 1 SPECIAL and all property owners nest BWa Smoke are invited to be present and present There will be a special commun cation of Roswell Lodge April at oclock at which time ihe fellowcraft degree will be cotiferrefl and any other that come before the lodgji All Bybrder of Herbert Ernest H their Robert Attest Advjgr   

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