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Complete Wire Reports of UNITED PRESS, the Greatest World*Wide News Service El Paso Evening Post ! Home Edition VOL. VI. NO. 270 Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and Sunday. A'ot much change in temperature. EL PASO. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1928 PRICE: a Cents ln El Paso 6 Cents Outside El Paso OFFERED BRIBE TO STOP FIGHT ON LOAN MEN Newspaper Editor Tells of Three Attempts to Hush Press AGENTS SEIZE WEEKLY EL PASO HAS HOTTER JUNE THAN USUAL Every Day Since Middle of Month Above Normal Issues Containing Shark Attack Taken From Theater El Paso this year lias experienced the warmest June since 1924 according to the U. S. weather bureau here. Every day since the 15th has been one to six degrees above normal. Lowest temperature of the month was registered early the 13th when thermometers fell to 58 degrees. The high mark was in the afternoon of FARMERS CET U.S.0KEV0N POWER SALE El Paso Electric Company Contract Approved in Washington RANCHERSM/OTE NEXT New Author ui&u maiiv ill Liic w the 23rd when mercury soared to 103. Way Cleared IOf v^lOSing Thp usual nvpriipp tpmnpra,turpi for * p. i •«—i. • Deal; financiers Three men who said they re pres- j ented loan agencies have offered to pay him if he will stop publishing attacks on l(jan sharks, F. Becerra, editor of “Mexico,” a Spanish language weekly newspaper, said today. “One man told me he would give me $75 to quit,” said Becerra. “I told him I could use the money, but I would not accept his offer. “We are telling the Spanish­ speaking people of El Paso about the campaign the Post is conducting against loan sharks.” The newspaper is distributed free. Francisco J. Ochoa, circulation manager, said that 1000 copies left at the Colon theater for theatergoers were taken away by a loan agency representative. The loan man also took papers from an Oregon st. drug store, he said. “The Post is doing good work in informing the people about this situation,” said Becerra, “and we intend to cooperate.” The usual average temperature for June in El Paso is 80 degrees. MENTION FOUR AS DEN. BOSS Offer Aid The contract and agreement for development and sale of Elephant; Butte hydro-electric power has been , approved by the department of the interior. This was announced today by Roland Harwell, manager of El Paso VOWELL SAYS AFFIDAVIT IS NOT DAMAGING 1 ells Only of Paying Fee, District Attorney Explains TALKS HENDERSON CASE Discord Between the Acords Asserts Asked 25-Year Sentence in Case at Dallas DALE VAN EVERY ---------- County Water Improvement District f MrWQ Start \X/nrt Of 1 No. 1, when the contract and agree- L,eaaerb otart ^ worK wr ment was received from WaShing- Reorganizmg ton. It was signed by E. C. Finney, first assistant secretary of the in- BY LEO R. SACK terior. Scripps-Howard Staff Correspondent j The contract is between the El HOUSTON — Democratic leaders i Paso Electric Co. and the two irri- as- Dist. Atty. Chas. Vowell, candidate for re-election, produced the Lillian Mae Longton affidavit at a political 1 meeting at Austin Junior high school, Friday night, but did not read it. He said it was too long to read. “Here it is.” he said, “dropping it on a table. If anyone wants to read; | it he is welcome. “They say he and Seth Orndorff As he went about his many signments in the United Press, Dale Van Every treasured the bits of romance that filled his work, and conceived the idea of putting them in split four $1000 bills. There is noth- a story so that readers of newspa- j that in this affidavit. Mrs. pers would get an idea of how the Longton says in the affidavit she news of the world reaches them. paid someone a fee. that is all.’ irrigation nrniect Van EvelT has achieved his pur- j Assails Whispers This cornDletes negotiations with ' P°se’ tllru the storJ’, "Telling the; Mis. Longton Is a wealth;, ».(low Coates negotiations, wltn. World;. which the Post has Ju5t who had Jas. E. King arrested started to run serially on Page 6 to-1 ^„argesof tekmgjnoney and Jewelry day. His press association experience included assignments as staff cor­ ex- contract covering joint ownership of; respondent in Washington and cov- 1 the proposed hydro-electric plant, j ering the Summer White House of More financiers have become in- : Pres. Coolidge. today are giving their attention to gation districts on the Rio Grande re-organization of the Democratic national committee and the selec- the exception of final approval by the water users. Water users will vote on the proposition after the two irrigation districts have prepared a cooperative 011 ¡ Leaps From Balcony Fredrico Ramirez, risked broken bones today to escape arrest. He leaped from the balcony to the main floor in the W. T. Grant store when employes attempted to hold him. But he ran into the arms of Policeman Frank Olmstead at the door and was jailed for investigation on charge of attempted theft of table covers. To Recommend Changes G. R. Daniels, city auditor, is back today from a trip to California where he studied systems of bookkeeping in the water departments of four cities. He will recommend changes in the El Paso water works bookkeeping system. Seize Auto; Liquor Ricardo de Anda and Victor Munoz, arrested by customs officers on charge of having several gallons of liquor in their auto, were held for trial under $1000 bonds, today. DeAnda said he had been hired j by an American. tion of a new chairman. No decisions will be reached until names have been submitted to Gov. Smitli. Clem T. Shaver of West Virginia, present national chairman, is pected to retire. As his successor four names are under consideration: Sen. Pat Harrison of Mississippi, Sen. Peter G. Gerry, of Rhode Is: land; Owen D. Young, of New York, | chairman of the board of the Gen- Harwell said ! eral Electric Co.; and Judge Floyd . Water users now have four defin- Thompson of Illinois, Democratic statements from financial houses I nominee for governor. I which desire to loan money on the Sen. Harrison appears to be a j Plant and lines, ■without asking the favorite among Smith advisors. j farmers to put up The re-organization of the nation- security, al committee may include the elimination of Jesse H. Jones, Houston millionaire, as director of finance. The Smith forces are said to feel that Jones used the convention in Houston in an attempt to boost his own political fortunes. A contest is developing among the committee women for the post of vice-chairman, in charge of women’s activities, to succeed Mrs. Emily Newell Blair. Mrs. Bernice S. Pyke terested in the project and are mak- ! Since resigning from the United ing offers to finance construction of j Press, Van Every has collaborated the plant and distribution lines,; on a life of Lindburgh and written the story of “The A. E. F. in Battle.” His “Telling the World” is a first novel. from her. King was held in jail 20 days and released on bond. The affidavit tells of alleged efforts of Mrs. Longton to get King out of jail.. “They are carrying on a whispering, slanderous campaign against me based on this affidavit and there their land as is not a thing in the affidavit to back up the statements,” Vowell slid. Sees “Ring” Danger Vowell repeated that the city or| ganization is trying to get hold of Following its immediate accept- courthouse offices to form a ring ance for the screen, he went to Hoi- I that will “equal the Henry Kelly lywood to supervise the filming, so ring of years ago when no one could Actress Waiting To Cross Border that all the “shots” of newspaper life are authentic. The picture also i is coming to El Paso. It will be at I the Palace theater July 23 to 27. of Ohio and Mrs. Florence Farley j of Kansas are among rival candi-' The Mexico dates. Documents to establish her Mexican citizenship were tteing awaited this afternoon by Maria Conesa, Mexican actress who is in Juarez seeking entrance to the United TRACY The Democratic liquor platform plank was a straddle, bat Smith’s statement of Friday sets the party right. BY M. E. TRACY HOUSTON—It is four o’clock on Friday afternoon and I am writing from an apartment on the sixth floor of the Warwick hotel. The refreshing breeze comes in from the south windows which look out over Hermann park. In the distance can be seen the oil derricks of Pierce Junction standing clear against the PLEDGE $5000 FOR HIGHWAY C* of C. Gives Money to Broadway Assn. --------------------The El Paso Chamber of Comi merce today pledged $5000 to the Broadway of America Highway Assn. This is on the work program of the current yef? and is in addition to a like sum spent by the Chamber of Commerce in organizing the association. City train, bringing | the papers, was delayed and was scheduled to arrive at 1:30 p. m. During her stay in Juarez, she has ; been visited by many friends whom she had not seen in many years. | She was to be visited this afternoon ! by an El Paso nurse who attended | her when her son, Manuel Sanz, was ; born. The nurse had not seen Mme. i Conesa since. j Manuel Limon, chief of the Juarez J immigration office, today gave Mme. < Conesa a letter certifying that no orders to deport her have been received by Ills office. She has repeatedly said that she has not been ordered deported. New York Mayor Plans Stop In El Paso Sunday CHARGE MILL MEN VIOLATED WORK SIAM Deputy Labor Head Files Two Complaints Over Women EMPLOYES TELL HOURS Charging cruelty, thè former Louise Lorraine, above, film favorite, has sued for divorce from Art Àcord, also a movie actor. They were married April 14, 1926. , - run for city or county office without consent of Boss Kelly.” Vowell also went into details of the Harry Henderson case. He told how the case was transferred to Dallas, because Henderson said he could not get a fair trial here. He said I he and M. V. Ward, assistant district Flyer Takes Off START PLANE To Answer S.0.S.| TOUR TO E. P. From Italia Crew Woman’s Machine First to Make Hop-off United Press Ltnsed Wire. VIRGO BAY, SPITZBERGEN attorney, pleaded with Judge Pippin • Sarko* Finnish rescu© aviator, tocfc i of Dallas to give Henderson at least a 25-year sentence. ! “Judge Pippin said flatly he would ! not give Henderson more than 10,” Vowell said. “I thought Henderson should have had life. But I could do nothing.” • Vowell Praised Vowell produced a letter from Nat Mayor Jimmie Walker of New York will arrive in El Paso at 3:15 _______________________ p. m. Sunday and will be here until | Gentry, attorney for the state bank- 6:45- . I ing department, in which Gentry He is coming by way of the Texas i praised him and his office for the & Pacific railway. sentence given Henderson. Gentry Mayor R. E. Thomason, who in- i said as far as he could find, Hender- vited Mayor Walker to visit El Paso, son got the longest sentence ever enroute to California, will head the given a banker who embezzled bank United Pres* Leased Wire DETROIT, Mich.—' The Detroit air off hurriedly at ftoon today in >£ j Olympics aeronautical program was ski-equipped airplane for the Ita*.a j inauguarated at 10:20 a. m. today icecamp off Northeastland, immeoi* .when Mrs. Phoebe Fairgrave Omlie ately after receipt of a radio message saying that the camp is in irr- mediate danger of being swept into the open sea. Ice is swiftly breaking up. Lt. Sarko said before he left that, regardless of difficulties, we was determined to land on the treacherous j ice floe where the camp is pitched and rescue Natale Ceccione, wound- YACHTS BEGIN RACE entertainment committee. Mayor Walker will be driven about the city and taken to Juarez. California delegates, who were entertained in El Paso last week wired the Chamber of Commerce today to please make arrangements so they could stop off in El Paso for two hours today. Fathers Join In Children s Fight United Press Leased Wire NEW .YORK—Four small yachts < start today on an ocean race of 3000 MAYOR MAY ENTER miles to Santander, Spain. They are expected to be three weeks on their perilous voyage across the Atlantic. ; The Queen of Spain is offering a; cup to the winner. COUNTY CAMPAIGN “Looks as If I Have to Do So,” Says Thomason on Return E. N* Crossett and A. T. Mueller got into a scrap when they had a sky on the unbroken bosom of the: dispute about their children fight- prairie. ' j ingt they told Peace Justice A. J. Near at hand is the forest, wrhich j Wilson today, makes Hermann park such a wel- j Crossett was charged with assault- come and pleasant retreat, and in ing Mueller. He admitted the blow the midst of which stands the Her- j but said Mueller called him a bad raann hospital. jname. On the other side of Main street, j Wilson found Crossett not guilty, surrounded by picturesque suburban residences. Taken all in all, it is a beautiful landscape on which to feast the eye, and one which seems doubly restful after three hectic days of national convention. El Pasoan Wins Honors DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO ASK REHEARING Glad Its All Over But Hate Goodbye Claims Court Did Not Understand Contempt Case Order Dist. Atty. Chas. Vowell said to*day he will ask for a new hearing B Y way of a parting reminder of all that we have seen and heard since June 12, a band plays “Dixie” and “The Sidewalks of New York as stopped here take leave. The music wiiich sounded so strained and raucous in the noises in convention hall seems too swreet and a little pathetic. We are all glad its over, but no one likes to say good bye. FT. MONROE, Va.—Pvt. Herbert Conklin of El Paso was the honor student of the master gunners’ course ending at the Coast Artillery school this week, according to Gen. R. E. Callan, commandant. Conklin held a commission in the corps of engineers during the World I parfc w’ar. He is now a member of Battery A, Third Coast artillery, stationed at Ft. McArthur, Calif. Dismiss Charges Liquor law violation charge against Refugio Duran, and a narcotic charge against Mattie Wagner, were dismissed today on motion of the assistant U. S. district attorney. Mayor R. E. Thomason said today he may be compelled to take the stump in the political campaign to answer charges of Dist. Atty. Chas. Vowell and others that he is trying to form a political ring in El Paso to control the courthouse and city hall offices. “I intended to take no active in the campaign,” Mayor Thomason said. “But it begins to look as if I may have to do so.” Mayor Thomason returned Friday from Houston. in the Tom Armstrong contempt case before the court of criminal appeals on the grounds the court i did not understand Judge W. D. I those New York delegates who How’e’s order. i .. . A court of appeals decision Fri- po*lce’ ls today acting police chief, day freed Armstrong of contempt. Chief Visits Ruidoso Stanley Good, captain of traffic REPORT FALL ILL in the absence of L. T. Robey, who is taking a wreek end vacation trip to Ruidoso. Lynch Two Negroes United Prefix Tensed Wire BROOKHAVEN, Miss.—Two ne­ groes, Stanley and Pugh Bearden, brothers, were taken from the jail here Friday night by a mob and lynched. The two were accused of shooting Claude and Caby Byrnes, white men, earlier in the day, during an argument over a debt. One of the Beardens, a rope around his neck, was dragged to death by an automobile. PASADENA—Former Sec. of In- , terior A. B. Fall is ill at his ranch j I near Three Rivers, New Mexico, his I daughter, Mrs. Brandt Elliott said j I today at the Las Encinas sanatorium where her father rested during the! T cannot help feeling that the | ““¡K/SverS relatives are! 1 Democratic par,j has been in- dnvjng by automobile to the bedside1 iluenced by the spirit of Houston.,of the iormer secretary, Mrs. Elliott I It certainly ironed out a good many ! saic} 1 wrinkles while here and patched up Smith Statement Is Refreshing CANNOT help feeling Actress Wife Charges Ted Coy Slapped Her Face and Broke Jaw funds; that many cases against bankers wrere never prosecuted. Vowell attacked the ability of W. S. Berkshire, candidate for district attorney. Berkshire has been attorney in only one felony case in five years, he said. Refers to Assistants “Berkshire says he can hire good assistants to do the work of the office,” Vow’ell said. “Why not let me hire them? You know who my assistants are. Don’t you have a right to know who Berkshire will hire? Is he going to hire E. B. Elfers? You voters repudiated Elfers when he ran against me two years ago. “Berkshire said he postponed opening his speaking campaign until Mayor Thomason rteurns. Suppose Berkshire is district attorney. A murder case comes up for trial. Thomason is out of town. Berkshire will have to say to the court: ‘You must continue this case. The mayor is out of the city. What will happen to the poor boy if Tom Lea and Mayor Thomason get on the opposite side of a case? Hits at Berkshire “I am told that at the only public appearance Berkshire has made in the campaign he sang a song entitled: “What Shall I Do? What Shall I Do-oo-oo When You’re Away?” “What has Berkshire done as alderman to keep his promises to the voters? Has he stayed out of politics? Has he lowered taxes?” ed chief engineer of the Italia. the All the men in the camp, the mes-' 000 of Memphis, Tenn., took off from Ford airport in a tiny flivver plane as the first of 24 airplanes competing in a reliability tour over a 6300 mile course for $14,000 in prizes and the Edsel Ford cup. Four of the planes did not start, those actually getting away numbering 24. More than 5000 persons witnessed sage said, are working desperately to preserve an airplane runway so that a rescue plane might have a chance to make a safe landing. A storm w'as coming up. IDENTITY OF MAN MYSTERY Aged European Dies Patrol Wagon in a good many differences which threatened discord. If anything, there has been too much harmony, too obvious a dis- “Father's condition is unchanged,” Mrs. C. C. Chase, daughter of A. B. Fall, former secretary of the interior, telegraphed the Post from Three Ini ted Press Leased Wire CHICAGO.—Jeanne Eagles, tem- permental stage star, wiio rose to fame before the footlights in “Rain,” filed suit for divorce from her husband, Edward (Ted> Coy, wiio W'on glory on the Yale gridiron a few years ago. is “On Nov. 4. 1927, he attacked me again. This time he mistreated me severely and struck me in the face with his fists. That was the day I left him. I have not returned to him since * “In October when we were on board a Santa Fe trair from Cali- a Orndorff Assails Tom Armstrong Sheriff Seth Orndorff pepped up the Chas. Vowell political rally Friday night wiien he asked for and received permission to speak. He got a big hand. “Tell me w’hy Tom Annstrong resigned from the customs service?” Orndorff demanded. “Armstrong says to ask Carpenter CW. W. Carpenter, deputy customs collector.) I don’t have to ask Carpenter. Before the campaign is over, I’ll tell you. Identity of a 60-year-old man, wiio died in the police patrol wagon about 7:15 a. m. today while being taken ‘to the Emergency hospital from the 200 block on N. Copia street, is still a mysteVy to police. Death was directly due to a ruptured spleen, wiiich might have been caused from an accident. Dr. Willis W. Waite decided after performing an autopsy today. No bruises were found, however. Coronor A. J. White said his verdict would only set forth the find ings of Dr. Waite. Several attempts to identify the man had been made early today without success, He is apparently an European, Wilson said. No papers giving his name or address were found. He had $11 in cash and a horse racing entry chart in Iris pockets. Police wrere called when Avelando Moyos, and E. Melendez, passing in the 200 block on N. Copia, saw the man stumble and fall in a faint. He was breathing when put in the wagon, but died before reaching the hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending with Kaster & Maxon. start. Later more than 100,were expected at the field to witness finals of the boys’ model airplane contest, start of the Gordon Bennett balloon cup races and a general aerial circus conducted by 26 army pursuit planes under MaJ. Thos. G. Lanphier of Self ridge field. Col. Chas. Lindbergh will be a participant. The planes will stop for lunch at Indianapolis and arrive tonight at St. Louis. Their long air trek will carry them south to San Antonio. Texas, thru El Paso across the southern route to San Diego, Calif., up the coast to Tacoma, Wash., and then back to Detroit via Spokane, Fargo and St. Paul. Mrs. Omlie is the only woman contestant in the contest* which has representatives from a majority of the large airplane manufacturers. Altho it has not been announced officially, the United Press learned that Wm. S. Brock and Edward F. Schlee probably will undertake another round the world venture after the tour ends, July 28, 17 Say Were Not Allow* ed Time for Lunch at Plant Two complaints, charging Johi* Crosby, foreman, and Geo. May superintendent, of the El Paso Cotton Mills Co., with violating the state labor Jaw limiting the daily working hours of women employes* wercr filed, in Peace Justice A. J. Wilson’s court today by C. H. Huffaker, dep-* uty state labor commissioner. The complaints charge that Dolores Rangel and Luz Arroyo, weaving department employes, worked at the mill more than 10 hours, Juno 22, and previously. The action was taken following: statements made Friday to County Atty. Dave Mulcahy and Asst. County Atty. R. B. Redic by IT women employes of the mill. All said that for the last 17 months they had been going to work at' 6:55 a. m. and working continuously until 5:30 p. m. without time for lunch. “We couldn’t stop for lunch ati noon because they wouldn’t let us/* all the women said. “Machinery was in operation all day.1' The state law provides that women employes in cotton mills shall not work more than 10 hours daily. Violation Of this law is punishable by fine of from $50 to $200. “Each day of such violation and each such employe permitted to work moro than the time so specified shall be a separate offense,” the law states. The women. told members of the county attorney's staff that for the past 17 months they have been working 10% hours continuously daily, except Saturdays and Sun- Saturdays, the women said, the? stopped work at noon. They did not work Sundays. WANTS NEW RAILROAD TO COME THRU WINK P. E. Gardner Will Take OU Town’e Case Before Commission P. E. Gardner, will leave for Washington Saturday, to represent the Wink, Tex., Chamber of Commerce, before the railroad commission at a hearing to be given the Texas and New Mexico Ry. Co. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Gardner. The railroad, Gardner says, proposes to build a 32-mile line from near Monohans to Kermit, Texas» and thence to the New Mexico state line. The road is being built, the company says, for the benefit of the oil fields. Under present plans, Gardner contends, it will not pass thru Wink* which is the population center of that section of the county. He wiU seek to have the commission require that the road be built thru Wink. DYNAMITE MINE United Press Leased Wire LA SALLE. 111.—The tipple ana buildings of the Jonesville Mine No. 1, of the LaSalle Carbon Co., one of the largest in the state, were destroyed by dynamite today. PROCLAIMS HOLIDAY Mayor R. E. Thomason today issued a proclamation asking El Pa­ soans to observe July 4 as a holiday and to display flags. The program for July 4 in El Noted Airmen - i Coming Here Included in the list of 26 pilots who will fly their planes to El Paso July 9, on the Edsel Ford trophy air tour, are the names of at least a dozen nationally known aviators. More prominent among them are Eddie Stinson, who won last year's tour; W. S. Brock, who with E. F. Schlee made a European tour; Dan R. Robinson, of the airplane firm of Curtis-Robinson Co., makers of Curtis-Robin planes; and Philip Love, former flying partner of Chas. A. Lindbergh, in a Ryan monoplane. The flyers will land at Bliss field late in the afternoon July 9. They will leave San Antonio at sunrise, and stop in Marfa en route. They will stay in El Paso over-night. Because the flight is an endurance test, no entertainment further than a welcome at the air field, has been planned by the El Paso Aero club, which, cooperating with the Chamber of Commerce and Ft. Blips officials, is in charge of local arrangements. Maj. A. D. Surles W'as named field and A. M. Lockhart chief Paso follow's in part: Addresses of Rev. W. Angie Smith in Cleveland: referee ______ Square at 11:30 a. in., double-head- | timer, at a meeting Thursday Field “I'm going to tell the truth about er baseball game at Dudley Field at judges are Don Thompson, 'Henry lot of things. Tom Armstrong^ p. m.; Juarez bull fight, 4. p. m.;|C. Clifton, and a field officer from position to compiomise at the ex- R,ivers n. M., today. “Reports are pense cf conviction. In this c-onnec- very much exaggerated.” Reports had been circulated in California and at Denver that Fall’s condition at his ranch had grown worse. Cruelty is the basis of Miss. fornia he broke my jaw oone. I was was aPP°inteii police chief because I military drills, swimming and div- Eagles’ petition of divorce. The ac-, unable to leave the drav ing room of Lee Orndorff and I agreed he should' ing contests and dancing at Wash- tion it is refreshing to read the frank, straightforward statement of Smith with regard to prohibition. The platform plank wras a straddle, but that statement sets the party right. That statement will lo.se pro votes, of course, but they were lost anyway,! M. V. (Buddy) Ward will open his. in Chicago he became angry at me and harmonizes with what the ma- j speaking campaign at Fabens to- : and attacked me. He shook me in iority of delegates honestly believe night. Dist, Atty, Chas Vowell will1 a violent manner and otherwise mis- and honestly want* N t speaL 1 j treated me. tress is scheduled to appear in su-! the train until w^e arr .ved at the perior court today to press the j station. My jaw w'as dislocated for Ward Starts Campaign charges. Her petition cites twro instances wiien, she alleges, the former Yale football star attacked her. “The first was on Jan. 14, 1926,” the petition states. “While we were three weeks and still is very painful.” be. When former Mayor H. P. Jackson had to appoint a new chief he called Lee and myself to his office. Tom Armstrong was called over. I Judge Sabath continued the case' demanded that Armstrong give me to July 10. ! an affidavit he had secured against _______ me in south El Paso. Ted Coy left El Paso recently and : f 1 iia,'e ?,et’ ]ies- Arm- was last heard from at St. Louis, i f k 'Z m lL fATmfr0US , . . , turned ovei the affidavit and was friends sad here today. appointed police chief. Was he He has been in El Paso since last i ___________ fall. j ington Park at 6 p. m. and fire W'orks on Scenic Point at 9 p. m (Continued on page 8) ¡Ft. Bliss. j Six assistant timers from the Aero I club, and three from Ft. Bliss, are to be appointed. Twenty-six checkers, appointed from junior officers at Ft. Bliss, will also be selected. A ¡Ft. Bliss band will play at the air j field. Postal inspectors j The Rio Grande Oil Co. lias do- States liner; nated 1000 gallons of gasoline for the The Chamber of Commerce INVESTIGATE ROBBERY United Press Leased Wire NEW YORK boarded the United Leviathan at quarentine today and ¡planes. Cavalry Band to Play The following concert will be played by the Seventh Cavalry band in the cavalry area, Sunday, from. 7.30 to 8:30 p. m.: PROGRAM March — “The President” (Victor Herbert). Overture—“Lustplel" (Keler-Bela). Morceau Elegant—"Golden Blonde’* (R. Eflenberg). Popular Songs: a. ‘Let Me Call You Sweetheart’* (Leo Friedman) b. “My Ohio Home” (Gus Kahn>. Waltz—“Mein Thuringren” (E. Kiesler). Intermezzo—“In a Moonlit Garden”1 (K. L. King:). Selection — “The Fortune Teller’* (Victor Herbert). March—The U. S. Army Air Corps" (O. M. Nord). “Star Spangled Banner." Colo. Storm Kills Two United Press Leased Wire JOHNSTOWN, Colo.—Two persons were dead and two others were in a critical condition today as a result of a tornado which tore a path thru the farming district near here Friday. Fifty people were known to have been injured by the storm w'hich traveled six miles thru farms south of here. Damage wras estimated at $250,000. Lindy and Carranza Off United Press Leased IV ire CURTISS FIELD, LI.—Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh and Capt. Emilio Carranza, Mexican good will flyer, left here today for Detroit at 1:05 p. m. They were in separate planes. TEMPERATURES conducted an investigation of the re-¡will purchase from 500 to 800 mor#> A£lan{a ---- 72|i\*ew on. cent half million dollar robbery gallons. Chicago ...64 56 j New Yor which was revealed when the ship ! The tour is being promoted in the docked at Southampton last week. 1 interests of commercial aviation. 92 78 ^ , ------------- k . .76 70 Denver ....84 54 Roswell ...100 GS ÏMO ...97 74 i Santone ....98 74- Kans City 76 62 ¡ Seattle..........68 59 Los Ang. ...76 601 Phoenix >*.109 1% «

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