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   Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 9, 1921, Fort Worth, Texas                                TEXAS THE STARTELEGRAM Over Daily Orer Sunday Circulation In r 1 WORTH STARTELEGRAM FULL DAY ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT BY LEASED WIRE MORNING i EDITION US OU Moatht I VOLUME NUMBER 128 EIGHTEEN PAGES FORT JUNE PRICE 5 CENTS ENTANGLEMENTS WAN IS HOSEN IN PLACE F HAYS Bf hltrnalional Ncm June Adams of Iowa was ted chairman of the Re blican National Commit today at the first meet of the full committee be the Chicago conven a year Ralph Wil Ims of Oregon was made pee chairman to succeed Postmaster General Will tho field marshal of tho 1920 presented his rcsigna as national cnalrman soon the committee mot and tho Itlon of Adams was accepted Lhwith as a matter of course Without phe next Republican national pvention would be composed of p7 delegates under a now basis irty representation submitted ho national committee by a ommiasion after a lengthy In A cut of twenty votes In representation of uthern States is aission of tho report by veil of Nebraska precipl a Southern members king the Remrn I Arkansas charged that the pocrata would bo aided in dis ichislng Republican he committee created an addl nl vice chairmanship to which Leonard Woods of woj The comraitteo to a subcommittee a res on to enlarge tho national mlttee by the addition of one nan member from each the basis upon which tho next IvonUon would be constituted Hpr trie subcommittees plan fol ir delegates at largo from two additional dclc at largo from each repre Ltlvo at large in Congress any State two delegates at for each of tho pologates at largo from each I casting a majority of its Iral vote for tho Republican cntial nominee in tho last liner ono district Ito from each congressional It maintaining a Republican t organization and casting Ir more votes for any Ro ll presidential elector or Ke fan nominee for Congress In eceding t additional district delegate each congressional district ng votos or more for Republican elector or Rcpub congressional nominee In the bding one alternate ato to each delegate to tho Bonal ECIAL CONCLAVE HELD AT SEYMOUR Juno special conclave hold hero Sat afternoon at Seymour ommandory was Instituted Sir Knight Hawkins of right eminent grand com ander of with the osals of Sir Knight Kldd of eminent grand nnd Sir Knight Fritz of Wichita Dispensation waa granted this commnndery at the Brand commandery meeting In Falls in Nineteen members constitute tho charter with 122 applications for Following a banquet tendered i the visitors at the Washington tho first regular conclave waa held at the Masonic hall and tho following officers were ap pointed commander generalissimo captain general Alexander warden Junior warden prelate Whit White treasurer Dutton recorder standard bearer sword bcar or nnd sentinel CRYER IS ELECTED LOS ANGELES MAYOR LOS Jnno tion of George formerly assistant United States attorney for the Southern California dls as mayor of Los Angeles in biennial election over ilcrc was S today by Wallop campaign manager for Girls Now Are Shunning Silk Lingerie Wear By York TimesChicago Trlb uno Special Leased pink silk decorated witlj a rosebud at the corner and hanging from the shoul ders by silk straps silk tod silk and crepe de chine corsetcovers and other detect able lingerie are being replaced by lawns and according to Miss Iva Shull of a visitor at the con trollers congress of the Na tional Retail Dry Goods Asso Miss Shull says theless ex pensive articlesare just as dainty and more serviceable than silk and are appealing more and more to the American girl as she becomes less ex travagant in her In stead of spending for a georgette one now can for a handsome hand made blouse ornamented with drawn work or touches of Prices on blouses and sweaters have fallen apprecia Sweaters that sold last year for and now may bo had for The demand for sport suits is constantly growing and they are proper on any except a for mal dinner or similar she K Harold Young of Wash secretary of the asso warned his hearers that any dealer who attempted to hold up prices would come to grief and that dealers must ex pect to sell 160 articles next year where they now are sell ing in order to break Donated to Colorado Relief One Gives Fort Worth cap gave to tho flood suf ferers of through the Red Cross This is the largest local contribution yet re ceived for tho stricken people of Through The StarTeleprrnm 2J5 North Elm contributed and the following cltlxens of sent In Rob Carpen Tom Day and A cash contribution of 3 from 132D Ash Crescent brings tho to tal amount contributed Wednes day to An aged woman brought ai bun dle of knitted wear to Tho Star Telegram office for tho flood suf It contained knitted sweat socks and They were sent to Red Cross 43 Jennings BRECKENRIDGE CLASS SENDS PUEBLO June local Baptist Sunday School class today forwarded a check for for the relief of Pueblo flood BRITISH SHIP HITS ICEBERG AT SEA June British freighter Seapool struck an Iceberg off the New Found land coast today andslowly is making for Advices received by the Canadian naval staff hero said that the steamer was not in need of immediate as The a steamer of gross was built in 1013 and Owned in She has a crow of thirtyfive men and car ried a cargo of HARTMAN NAMED FEDERAL ATTORNEY Juno ination of John Hartraan for United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas was to day sent to tho Senate by Presi dent Seymour Woman June died hero this morn Ing following a stroke of paralysis last She is survived by hor and two McFarlin of Colllnsville and McFarlln of this General Ely Elected SAN Juno Hanson commanding general of tho Third rnfantry Bri gade of the Second was elected president of the Second Division Association at their an nual reunion at Camp which closed SEASONABLE DEFLATION WHAT IT TAKES TO LAND ME A SWELL JOB IVE GOT IN MY HAND ILL BE SITT1NMNNA SWIVEL ONCE IVE SHOT THAT DYNAMIC STUFF WE GOT IN THE EFFICIENCY 70UF4SE HERES MY AN IF YOURE LOOKINFOR A MAN TO HANDLE BIG AFFAIRS IM MIND ABOUT THE DIPLOMA IM STRONQ ALLRlCkHT IF YOURE STKONG ILL GIVE YOU rMTOB JUST WHERE STARTED MYSELF JUST TAKE THIS NOTE TO THE FOREMAN OFOUR OUT SOME LAfcGE TELL THE Bid BOSS ID LIKE TO SEE HIM ON AN IMPORTANT TEXAS TOWNS ARE DAMAGED BY STORM lESIDEiCES AR FRUIT ES Sfteiallo The Juno jrreat l est rainfall tor many months cov ered Colonmn County last Telephone reports this morning Klvo Glencovo 3 Novice 3 to Goldsboro Burkott Santa Anna 4 to Gouldousk Voss Colcman Ho far there have boon no re ports of wind or hall Damage at Juno two Inches of rain foil In Abllono and surrounding countr y Tuesday repeating tlio fall of the preceding Burns and out buildings on a number of farms north of Abllcno wore blown down and plate glass windows in tho business section hero wero blown In at several Crops In sonic lowland regions wero seriously Inmiigcd by flooded Graveled cul verts and bridged have been de stroyed in some portions of Taylor No Damage at Big BIG Juno all night rain covering several coun ties from ono and a half to two and a halt Draws aro run ning No serious damugo was dono by rain or Conditions are exceptionally TO ion Hy Associated June Secretary Denby instructed Rear Admiral Sims today to advise the Navy Department immediately by cable as to whether he was correctly quot ed in press accounts of an ad dross he made to the English Speaking Union at a Tuesday luncheon in Senator complained formally to day to President Harding and Secretary Denby about tho ad dress delivered by Admiral in which ho discussed the Irish The Senator asked Sec Donby to take measures against the He did not see the President form but asked Secretary Chris tian to call the address to the at tention of tho On leaving tho White Senator McCormick declared that tho admirals address was dis gusting and Admiral Sims waa quoted In press dispatches hero as having said that thoro were many per sona in thb United States who technically were but none of them Americans at o31 they are Americans when thoy want the admiral but Sinn Foincrs when on tlio plat Sims Raps Sinn Juno vigorous attack on the Sinn Fein was a feature of Rear Admiral William Sims speech at the Ungllah Speaking Union Tho Sinn Fclners did not have tho material nor tho equipment to attack us ho but thoy attacked us Indirectly and most dangerously by causing forces to bo diverted from their duty of guarding transports and Tho diminution of escorts resulted in many ships be ing sunk and many llvos Thero ds a class of people on tho other aro American Somo aro naturalized and somo aro native but they aro not because thoy aro carrying on war against Thoy aro carry ing on war against because they are trying to hold up rola tlona between tho two I may not hesitate to say to these Sinn Fein sympathizers In America that the wholo truth of the matter is that tho blood of English and American boys la on their Theso men are They are American when they want money and Sinn Foincrs on tho PUEBLO SURVIVORS DEATHLADEN MUD JO FIND REMNANTS OF BELONGINGS By Associated Juno ing lineo deep through mud and water in some a corre spondent Press today plowed through ono of Pueblos most pitiable thorough fares of region extending from North Main Street along West across tho At Topcka Santa Fo tracks and onwnti i the West Fourth Street bridge across tho ArKancail The greater part of this region is familiarly called Pepper Sauce inhabited chiefly by Mexicans and It was practically wiped away by the Many of its former residents to day aro digging into the ruins of their homes in the hope of recov ering a a a bundle of bedding or perhaps a sewing ma And as some of them dug their shovels struck human In foreign three homeless ones told tho correspond ent their tales of almost unbeliev able Seeks His I am trying to find my said Felix who lost eleven valued at about when tho region was Thoro are many others worse off than I ho At I have a nice little homo of my own that escaped I lost Some people lost every At the border of tho bottom there drove up In a wagon France Dl Marina and Callosero Gra Tho wagon was loaded with mudcoated Whats happened the corre spondent la replied Callo quaintly mixing tho Italian article with his But both mon wero thankful be cause thoy bad saved their fam if not most of their worldly Further along n about 60 yearn could be seen digging In tho My namo is Rumaldo at your ho I used to have a llttlo business The number of my cominerolto wan 621 West 1 saw It swept away on tho riiKht of tho whun I had taken rcfugo In a neighbors I had a good a buggy arid a They are Don Rumaldo pointed to tho spot whore ha had oxumed a body about an hour Perhaps the mans wife may be I shall keep on Nearby could be seen the por tion of a white Iron bed protrud ing from the Torronoa a told CONTINUED ON PAGE Ry Inlcrnalwnal Nmi June Federal relief for the Colorado flood sufferers was expedited today by the Senate without a rotord the joint resolution adopted by the House lato which authorized tho Secretary of War to tako all necessary stops to assist those in personal dis tress or Tho resolution now goes to tho President for his It di rects Secretary Weeks to take such sanitary measures as will safeguard tho health of tlio pop ulation of tho flooded to furnish subsistence and and to give any other possible aid to relievo personal suffering and The wholo or any part of tho authorized Is made available for that Denver Danger Juno from flood conditions In Denver was ended today with tho gradual re cession of tho wateru of tho Platto Only ono drowning Is known to have occurred Reports from tho country uast of Denver said that several highway bridges wero but it was believed tho peak of tho flood had boon Two hundred pansongers on a Burlington Quincy tialn wore Imperiled lato last night when tho ongino and baggage car of tho train crashed through a floodweakened bridge over thu Platto River at 100 miles cant of the Elmer was tinown to his death In tho raging Outside Death Estimates of tho doath toll In tho outsidu of are placed fifty and seven At Hwlnk ten llvos aro bo Itoved to httvo boon Twenty persons wero lost In tho floods at Avondulo and twenty moro at At a ranch fam ily of eight and a hired man aro rrlaBlng and believed Report from La Junta say that uoven wero drowned four aro CONTINUED ON PAGE TUP VISIT EN ROUTE Special to The M Juno special train from Fort Worth bringing 180 business ar rived at and the visitors wore taken in charge at once by citizens of Mexia in and carried through the oil field and were shown the wells that are From tho oil field the crowd wont to Joe Johnston Camp re union where was served a big barbecue and After the speech making waa over tho crowd returned to Mcxla and left on Uio return trip at 0 BY Staff Juno Worths drlvo for a closer busi ness and personal relation with Its neighboring cities was lining car ried to them today by ISO enthusi astic boosters on hoard tho Cham ber of Commerce Mcxla Stops wero mndo at nil Impor tant towns on whoro tho excursionists were greeted by lo cal city Chambers of Commerce and ropresontatlvo bus iness Tho message from Fort Worth expressing Its friendly attitude to ward Its neighbors was voiced at each stop by Chamber of Com merce Tho special left Fort Worth over tho promptly at 7 throo coaches being com pletely filled with city and coun ty directors of tho Cham ber of Commerce and representa tives of various business Stop at Tho first stop was at Midlothian whorp Mayor Burke headed a del egation of Tho address of welcome was delivered by Charley Williams and Fort Worths ro sponsn was by Burko of the National Hank of At tho next members ot tho local Chamber of Commerce wero at tho station In which all of Iho trade tripperswere taken for a tour of tile The visitors wore handed tho koy to Uio city by president of tho Chamber ot At a mooting ontho courthouse Hlmon In a brief talk told of Fort Worths friend Bhlp for Wttxahachlo and UH deslru to become better A 16pleco band furnished music for tho trippers on routo and at tho various KnnlH was reached at 10 oclock and a thirty minute program CONTINUED ON PAGE Wind nnd floods Tuesday fol lowed In tho wake ot tho West Texas rains and caused heavy storm losses more than one according to telegraph and telephone messages to The Slur Telegram Wednesday at Tho wind spems to have cen tered around whoro houses wero crops damaged anil bridges swept South Mend suffered from high water and electric storm Wednes day Ono Man Tho storm struck Maskell at dusk Tuesday and continued for thirty tho houses and harns that wero windmills wero blown over and orchards Ono man was injured by a piece of flying tim liu will Moro than fivo Inches of rain have fallen at Huskoll since Sun day Some Wires Although heavy1 rains wero re ported from Mtntnis and surrounding telephone service was unhampered in these U wus stated at the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company at Wires wore down in and around but other polnlu woro all Oil Derricks Tho now bridge of tho Wichita Falls Southern ovei tho Brazos near South Bend was washed tlio bath pier the Clear Fork swept away and thu toll bridge at Harding waahed out by tho heavy rlao of tho Brazos and Clear Fork Ulvoru during Tuesday night and Wednesday Several oil derricks of thu Colqultt tlnivca drilling in tho bod of Clour wore washed away and passed South Bund Wednesday A hunil ear and four water tankn on th railroad wore swept uwuy when threo bunts A heavy rain fell during Tues day night In tho vicinity of South Bond with uii electric thu river rising eight Railroad officials report that the crest of tho ilood in tho Brazos Klvur has pawMud South Bond and that reconstruction of thu bridge will start as soun ini four cars of material that tuivo buoii held up by a wreck can Tha niil road celebration which South Bonn was to huvo held on tho opening of tho now bridge has been post poned until July thu railroad estimating that tho damage can bo repaired within that Damago In other West Toxaa oil towns also wan Other Damago Continued heavy ruins through out West and Northwest Toxus have resulted in further interrup tion of rail tlio Isolation of numerous towns In inuny treat cianuiKu to growing according to tolcgraphlo re ports to Fort Worth To thb clumafvo by tho flood con ditions huii buun adiliul to in many CHHOU by property iluniaguH from fires CHiiaed by Four moro railroad bridges and long sections of track uro reported wuuhed away by the recent ruin All towns betwean Abilene and lialllnger on tho Abilene South urn Kullroud aro reported isolated as tho result of long sectiona of track being waahod away by the nine of rainfall which fell during tlio day and night Tues Seven inches full dtrlnif a CONITNUISD ON PAUB STORMY SESSION AT DENVER PREDICTED BY MILDRED Staff Juno of any reference to the Irish question in the annual report of tho executive council of the American Federation of Labor and tho councils announce ment of policies on interna tional relations will lead to sensational charges and bitter strife on the floor of the Fed erations convention which opens hero Jne labor lead ers who have arrived for pre liminary meetings predicted Two sets of Irish resolutions may bo It was Ono will include attacks on Sam uel Gompcrs and other members of the executive council for fail ure to report on tho resolution adopted by last years it was Recognition Recognition of Uio Irish Repub lic will bo demanded and tho cx ecutlvo council Instructed to tako whatever action necessary to help bring It Peter ono of tho leaders ot the Irish sympathizers and prominent In politics in Now York said today that ho nntteapted no attacks on Gompors In connec tion with tho Irish question and forecast unanmous adoption oC whatever resolutions wero Intro Brady Is known as a Gomp ors Many leaders predict that tho biggest fight In tho convention will follow the executive councils an nouncement of severance of rela tions with European labor through withdrawal from the International Federation of Trades Unions on the grounds that rods dictate the policies of this body and recom mendations to organised labor to KO on record against opening of trade relations with tho Soviet f Accordingto advocates of trade with thu report of tho council implies charges that Tim othy ono ot tho railroad union executives and head of tho labor alllanrn working for recog nition of HtiHsIa William John president of the International Association of now in and other prominent lead ers are in league with tho Bol Matliuw eighth vice presi dent of the declared that tlio moat Important domestic question to como boforo tho con vention will bo the open shop movement and the widespread campaign to reduce As for International Woll tho Federation at Its Atlantic City convention tho Montreal convention last year made clear expression ofIts stand on the Irish question and the ex ecutive council saw no reason why it should reaffirm this again this Whethor thoro should bo roaf flrnmtlon of labors support to Trlind In UH struggle for freedom Is a matter up to tho coming con There haa never been opposition from any quarter to Irish resolutions and I see no rea son why thoro should bo any fight this GLOOM OVER DEATH OF LEADER Juno body of Republican loader of Kentucky and ono the niont widely known mon in left hero early today for his whorn funeral services will bo Tho death ot Tobo llert coat a pall of gloom over members of tho Itopubllcan National Commit tea gathered hero for tho first meeting siuco tho Republican na tional which opened a year ago For Hort had boon a conspicuous figure In tho party having dlroatad Hughes WcHtorn campaign head quarters In Ho also was prominently Identified with Pres ident Jlardinss TEXAS WHEAT CROP 80 PER CENT NORMAL1 Lyday State commissioner of markets and hero today nald thu Texas wheat crop la SO per cent normal and the harvaHt is now He declared mar keting problem hud bean over come through an Increased demand from Most of the wheat will be imported to Euro pean ho and will be marketed in a manner satlafaotorji to the In State Senate June Christian of Austin announced ves tordny that he would be a candi date or State Senator in tho Oem prlmarleti In   

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