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   Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - June 5, 1925, Corpus Christi, Texas                                j In The Rich Southwest Gulf Coast Blackland i tPrinting Compny CHRlSTf L 0 Gmiwn UmUr THE BIG Corpun Chrlrti Yeuf RET II ND IERE ICTIVITY iPlt Hi building iKN ponlfiiU in Cor ivould Jizzy with tliir old town was lol a boom tlJlllt 011f Ihat is to A U 444 no n Hi IT Is uimi une ilualIe PS IMMi 1 mi n i By United Press I PEIilN June note to the powers in a sec n office have s lime ot Cor iiy in the de to Corpus f1 rtnson for m1 rroin ihe old Umi cily mn hiKioriid hi Ifcfre ii sinic Ino wild tiiifltiiiiions in I no f ii f pi n IM anil no hooniers nor otoir iri on Ilio job Jug i n IMC doni arc lin wbo KIC Ilif I ikim ad urged measurs to protect against itbrcaks They also demanded re el alJ captives An earliernote from the powers protested the Shanghai rioting China has answered by placing responsi bility on activities of foreign police in Shang hai By United Press HONG KONG June SVirtual anarchy is reported at Canton where Yunnan troops are holding that city and have already clash ed with Canton government All foreigners are quitting the city Two British and two American gunboats are anchored in the river Miss Prances Mandell a Detroit Michi gan teacher arrived at Hong Kong from Canton alone and reported the reign of ter ror there UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA STUDENTS FIGHT SPECTACULAR OF S v x V J il s x X V x V v tti1 nniKcs are MVII niHrs nro t the glasses of id KM liuililirji homes of they IMis viril arc Jollur t mi to a I 4 4 irttli a snirrilv of rent own anvwiu1 It I n M 111 fi lUlKimSH wcmiKTS Is i gniid I own stawlppini fldlraMon that Iho place lo ami h is u Iutiire 4 4 fiittiri promise of nsloti is ijn niiisivt made simply boon use lit n place would like place became a city of I tlierp iiiid nroper co I tin p wih becoinc whni ii should tolK cumin imui 4 4 I bi il and more Iff being Imili one of the pt deep porls In By United Press WASHINGTON June Amer ican missionary institutions in China have sided with the students revolt and against United States diplomatic officials and for eign police it was learned authoritatively to day The American legation at Pekin is much embarrassed by the action and has protested to the missionaries on the ground that their attitude is gravely inexpedient at this time Ii1 nori evchy ad dcMt t ml most snlj ga fPld in Ihe whole 444 an KMirnnce oti ptisfacton fuel ami all othei advant most delightful cli ps couutn i fmmniei and win ift that it Is ion rtwrt sr lie devoled to lent expanion and 4 1 of the richest charae 5t this immediate dls as a cotlon lented i the more than By the United News THIS miJjKfi Ore K Swollen rapids of the tolmnhij i ir Imve hlockvd the transcontinental motor bont nip of Frank S Wilson John Ii lions nmVVal Woodbnry The trio of adventurers Thursdai decided to send bont by trcight 10 Foil lionton Mont There ihe men will embark on the Missouri irer lo ontinue tlieii vo By the United Press LONDON June f An evenini nuns flltptilcli from terboro on ihi1 Fiench Spanish bordor rportod frus Kpaninh itanj nnd iuecn bv rib tiasion ot pints igjliis tbe lives of covery of bonibb laid on the iruckn II ttif Kui liolh pinloii nt ihi rilMihy tit ttillforuiu aiy n tinging in MAJOR BURUESON f IS BEING URGED FOR A M 4 By Tho United Prcaa t AUSTIN June l ft ivinlN nl 4 Ittchuul oln Bitfltmni 4 r s nniioimwd liiU oicy will iclt th hoard of dinctord 4 of A ft M to appoint him jinn 4 4 dent ol the Inbtllutlou n4 t Dr Hlvrll 4 4 Iluiliisun ti nntlVR Tvxan 4 4 Rrmlimtr of tho A mid M and 4 4 also ot jolnt 4 111 1 frotii flu in Noi tliiniwi tun ii ciilj OF was io allem 3 AI June a When prohibition raiders swooped down uponthis town they were looking J of colon raided in Fairfie3 hotel where they trade territory will informed strong liquors JPW forwaid in the aamc were beinS dispensed 1 But the hole wasnt in it usual place After some fast scouting work the missing hotel wasfound H was on rollers lumhpriug merrily along to a location The prohibs climbed ahoard ter finding what they sought ijjpy solved the problem ot a fleeing hotel by placing the structure under ar SAM ANDERSON TO HEAD YACHT CLUB FOR COMING YEAR Sam Anderson wan elected an head of tln Cm pus fhrliti Yacht cinh at he regular weekly meeting of the lub hold at Ihe city hall Thursday light Officers for tlio eluji as e Sam Anderson commodore Richard Pitts vice commodore C Benton treasurer Aitlmr Henry pcretary Dr H R Giles fleet sur geou and Ben AndersonJeeCcajH tain Directors of the club who were re are Ed Shoemaker A E ar O H Slaehlin and D K By The United News MUSKOGE6 OWa Jyno B Seventyfive lara est air fleet that syer navloated ukianoma participate Friday n a flyingtclrcus56to held in connection with the fpr mai opening of Hat Box avl aton tield Morethan BO ayfators tiom Kelly Field post Flclrf ahd other Southwest potts will swoop down on Hat Box Field Fri day to take part in4hc air jubilee er forecast For and west Texas tonight andSoturdayportly cloudy proably thunder showers day By the United News UUTTK Mam Tiia uU DIES UNEXPECTEDLY FOLLOWING ATTACK HnciuniliinB to un uiiMpiictoi Inili from nn lilniiK nuttiiiii iihoui n jour bul ul no inio Inn niTloiiit proportions Judgi W W uf Allid died nt Rni Antonio liutwon 12 uiul 1 ooiorl Tlimsdity nflurtiauii Nti ItumndiniM iTlAtlvaafWbrv will tlifelUna ot lit iiiauithlt hiothsV llphIi U Unite Hillings innl w meet Tiio firm totjt In hundH uml ml tmoii n strictly eoumiluoloM It intllmiucil lilu Lluiii In a lull lion dollnm was curiloil fnr In iipinnnnl mnmulfi with tlm DELIY THEDAMS ac implements Iw thing to warrant nftlflflflu stronel re remarkable 5ouK during a half 4 4 AGO there was no r business honses nor rest and releasing recognisance It on Its own 4HARDEST BATTLE 4 4 IN HISTORY 4 COMING TO CLOSE 4 4By the Untsd Press 4 and necessary 4 WORCESTER Mass June 5 4 j 4 Bobby Jones of Atlanta ana 4 p building program 4Willie IMcF4rane of Oaliridge 4 Ollt is nothinR being I 4were tied at the end or IS holes 4 j4 medal play for the national open 4 Pa table people i stale Championship 4 It is nrovins to the Tiard4 4est battle in the history of golf 4 4 Never more than two strokes 4 4 separated them erch alternate4 4 ly leirtint theOther 4 4 McFarlaneended his first 4 4 nineholes with 37 compared to 438 for Jones 4 MvParlano went intothe 17tt 4 4 with one strokeadvantage hut 4 4Jones wiped this offand they 4 4ftent Into the home Jiolc ail 4 sqlinre 4The last hole as hahcd 4 4Boh scored 7S 4 The plavers Klll play anol i4 PT 18 holts Friday aifcrROtai 4 4 and dielde the winner t At the meeting Thursday night final plans for the Fourth of Jnly boat rpgaUa were completed It was decided tliat the regatta rules to observed here will be those estab lished by the SliBSissinpi Power Boat association thelocal club being B member of this Twenty last have already applied to enter the regatta Lore on ihe Fourth Boats from Corpus Christ Rockport port Houstdn San Antonio Dallas Fort Worth and Waco will lie entered iu ihe regatta It Is announced COTTON MARKET 4r4 4 NEW VORrt NEW TOUR June cotton market closed steady wjth a gain ot 45 points in the spot warket and steady gafni la ihe ftttures Snots itOc ycstprdaj 2455o no sales ohd TOlEKA Knfl Oorvprnor Joniithun M his son Uussell c Iwrte not be broiigijl lo trial until September When he son was qounsci at Vavip and his up asked that thP tria SAYS REPLY PEKING June oci replying to tile1 of ihe KOifibtnMi agufiisi Isu nil tug lDf Chlnew In BhrifighaL luii dcclaredisjuf feitpoufitbllity rests MOicly ttHIi frunittn11 foreign Hiat feli imr niJwl tin nubvpr aititorlgn iiitil ct taclrefl thii pnilefi forcingDiftlsttcf lo open fire Vt By The News E ATLANTIC CTV N J Jvnt 8 Tommy Raley of Owenabofo and Howard BobllliTB i of III boffi 13 years old down Friday to play for the maNsJe championship fif ihe United Btatca ty Tvvit Dallas negro vlrss electrocuted at Friday Tftornfrtfl fpr rthe murderof Ed Rf etft nsgro oervice car drfvif of Dallas M February 19Z3 July October December Hish 2385 2338 23 M Low 223S 22 ES 2363 Closed 23W135 23S53S 23 SO54 NEW NEW ORLEANS OliLRANS June cotton market closrd steady with a of points in the market and steady gains In the futures Spots 24Sffi yesterday 2UOu salea July Ortobcr Ilifih 21 2S 2305 2176 2252 2282 Hosn 24242fi 229395 239J03 be fliferred because bssy ou hisBombmi ciiuabfaiftil The rtcisy wa gwntefl ot a crowded docket B7UniedlPressJ most disastioiis June heat wave since the weatliSrlmpeau was established had creased its tollto 112 lives Friday morning when forJhe fifth successive day a rising tide large portion of the J Soaring femperatures eoapted with low humidity is to continue havoc and suffering with no relief in sight for the next three additional deaths were attrib uted to the Keat during the last 24 hours and has created a mortality listin the east and middle wesjfe that has no parallel in weather rceords for the month ofJune Sixtyeigth fatalities had been previously reported 0f nifn In 111 IllllOlln flltlUlltif IHIOII unrlnr Uoaijneitl at fnr somi lime though not having to nn iixlcnt hfy nnd alhor MtCnmplwUlmrf ROWId an AiHpiilo for wfiiitt speflal tccat nonlj nnd WM to mput hid Imfitht r ftorsJSIliM tttw and hpr liqnic fronl ittcndliig unlvtwliy jMfsfi MctMijipiioii mTirtd aftor domh and wan Jwjufnnto fltul attack wblyli h8d ulriclifit him IB WIIR ycdta of ago r Uuilul of lift had ill Alice KnUirdcy flf oclock froiu Son Antonjo JTriddy rofifh Srttiirdny morniniSri JtwllKliB JIUCOIB homn fiy llalpls POLARFLl STARTS TOtT By the United 0810 Nftrvrny dead lino or watchful uortn ictuux of Uohlrt uml his note aviators has mm rwhiHt Two IIBVU HhscK UIP tvriJWt Oitfir the HuHaowiTNorili ami in that limn no wort Id illvlllMtkw MS 10 IhCllr wllWfr Tlu relUt Wsspls Fin in nnd Upuby will UnvK Friday for tins pulRficn iwlm in conduct swell iuwiotOimiH iittvo making I lin intention of proceed Itig 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