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1 Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday; December, 1919.'
ui kill in liiJiiu
ZIONISTS EK TO
Prw'sioh Js Macle for Military: Organization, Calls , for Ten
, , Training .But Service loj . .Million "Dollars to, Aid Immi-
Be Voluntarv: Provides for : dratiom", Britain Will Be
.''Wgblars'ahd Reserves. Palastine 'Mandatory.
fLU, SKD WIR'
MORNIS1 JOUR . AL see
.1 Washington, lire. 21;
Sthinh would amount to a virtual n-
t.nrnviixiition of the armv wlln nro-1
lOc.tion from outside attack . s, , Pri
mary ,puruose and with .compulsory !
military trainlmr for boys from 18 to
21 eavs of ace us u Icadinc ?!imr
has been arrreed unon tentatively bvj
the,, cnuto militarj' subcommittee
consideiinit In permanent -military
pojk'V or tilt? jiintion. Senator Wails-'
w'ortb of Now York, chairman of the
suheonunittee. said tunlsht the leeix
"Iritiftn would lo put In final form
dui-lmr tho Christmas rectus for .ores--tdilaiion,
to the full oommittcu when
h senate, reconvenes. , .
The .lectsuitinn as aeroou upon i
the s,ubc' mpiittee, Senator Wads
worth sudd , it completely new , and
IBRICIAL CORRISRONOCNCI TO HORNING JOURNALl
' ; Xew Vor.i. Deo. 1. Ton: million
dollars Is ! the .puii'mum which .the
'jtinnisl Organization ,oi' America will
endeavor lo raise in .(hi country, bc
jcUniiiiK , January, 18. by an. appeal to
Jews aiul non-Jews alike, (or the pur
chase of laik'e tracts of land la .Pales
tine and th" nr.euiiruJon of the coun
try In evir..' wav for the masses of
Jews who. ieo.nlliut to authoritative
report, aie e,n"r,i- lo 'migrate thither
from liussia.. Poland. C-'luhJ. KU-
manla anl olhcr'oppresscd c-iurttries of
eastern Europe.. Tnu mase-ttesire on
,;h8 part of the Jews to escape to- Pal
estine trom ., la lids . , of persecution
everywhere, li'efoie that' country is
I prepared to receive them, Is bo intense
imuendinc immigration ii n.v.st difii-
nruirB no reseni .in nee vo ine a u.y, e-, ujoLien, fur ihe Zion'st orsani.a-
'i.i.uuiWati..n l.il it.-jifted liv
.ji'ai Jiari iiiiu iu.niii.i.jii v i
!. n.iiul senate militarv . loinmitLetw
4 he ,eotiii"iiief :
t ii in.
l.-.i'iifulf. .'A Urilaln '
111 a tilaUinienl issued veterday, the
eenuti.vB committee of the. Zionist Or
xrmv that .wll ineet.itiie oeiTiaiiu oil
'thin eouiitry is the.. Him .of the suh-,
;'Oi)!inl;tee. Chairman , Wadsworth
Baid.' , . .
Jleiiuliir Arinv anil llwriffl.
' One l7(nr uiniv com posed of the roK-,
ilar '-iruiv u miw leeoKni.ed and a
ti'serv-e or eltixen.s ainiv in nrovided.
Of the latter army the national guard
.-would he "a nart althoueh the deln.il
!of the oreanisiation of that service
remain to he worked out. . .. , 1 ,
Toulhs within, the in ecrihed atae.
limits would he reuuired to take four
.'wont hit liiililarv tinmine with pro
vision made for either tUe j-esular
urinv or , the national Kuard,, of the
iwnrions states beiiiK ,used In furnish
inc UiIh IrainlnK. The youths, how
Wor.,' would he rn an pppoi tuiutv
to -elect ilher Ukmc this training in
luiun. or ,cf ioinins the , natlona,!
.uiiaid for a fixed vsrliid, durlnir whuh
Ihev, would receJv.e the same, amount
vf tiwnini! )w prescribed for the four
Stionihti period., , , ,
..fnon oompletion nf this tramlni?.
hi xecrults would Placed In a re
nerve arniv for a period of five veals
but Hinder no , conditions. Senator
Viidworth said, could Ihe reseevisls
"he edited noon to perform military
serylee. exe.ept in case ,of declaration
"nile the bill ' will , provide for
c'6iumilsorv mllitarv Iralnini.'' Se.na-1r-
Wadswprth natd. "there will be no
'ljrtivji'ioii nindOifur coinpulsorv mili
tary', .service." . , , ; . , .. ! .
Another la dical deiiarture from the
luesent, 'mljiturv system will he", the
milwiliinlioii nf thp - term "service
for coru.i. piovit,Jn beins made for
.leuipriiiltnir lhe iiuartei'master .ludKt1
advocate, ordnance and .similar
branches, of service. ProniolIoiiH. the
hill provides., would he emu.na py n
ItilSilitv lutoad .of ,seniori)y, Helections
beinc .oiadc fi-mn ,a se,le4ed list.
The subcommittee ulso piana .to
overrvile the recommendation of Sec
t'etuvv lluknr and- (ienerfil March
..iii.f nr uiuff in have the chemical
warfare nervl'ee combined with tho
ciiffineerinir corns, and instead will
jilake tlie former a separate, service,
aimibT Wll.n ine nuiHinuaui wim imuti
portation hranche.s , ;
ll.uuj- IV ii'Li on U.l II.
" Si'mDiur jesiiHlation . uI'ko Is', hplnsi
V'fielfe.l mil hv the housft 111 it it arv sun
coinniittec winch Actinc Chairman
XhthoiH' 8ai,d loniKht will have its
army reorganization blH ready to be
taken uojn. the bouse ear.y next
month, ynder. plaint of the boui!
einimlt4e.e: however, .the lxiace ajiuy
will Inclyife , aporoximately 3U0.0O0
enlisted meif and IS.OiiO officers.
"'Ah now- planned the house bill will
liiaiiilain the .-.present slatus of the
iiH6nnl .Kliittdi 11-Will' talso provide
for u VpluJiinrnihca:iyl". cwtiBjaiinir of
live , iierurptflctrs to WfteH out 'Ideail
Uinber'jiamomt tie .onimissioned
D'Anniiniio Justifying Mis Meteoric Career
in Eloquent Address to Troops at Hums
"LCTU-i;.Rf'!C,,l;rTM ernS., of America announced that
Z id nr icp annv of "SO Olid a'- Ml has every reason fm.ooiiHdencetn.it
draft.. The snuillest possible standiin.- ourvos (. eatubbshinir' "f"
pie. The . purpose was announced .ly
hrui Hi in, in , m November 2. 131 i,
in what is known as the "Jialfour doo-j
Irtiution." and was reilerated op in-
veniPcr 2 or tills year uy l,oiu v uiim. i
.tho present British, loiciitn secretary.
who saiteu in a i uic poiuv 01
i'.ritaio tonhi'd Palestine us an
nouiu ed two years aso by the TU.- Hon.
Aithur J. Jialfour, remains unchanged.
The Ziiuiisl. OrKMiization of,,Anicrica
feels, in view of Lord C'uron's state
inenL and the.fact .that the treaty with)
Turkey is to bo taken up by the allies
a.t an early date, that the time has ar
rived for beginning a'prosram of con-
. sanction a,nd rocojistructioii in rales-
tiuo. ,"i n,is PJ OKi -am iiicu'ut-K iiyi rinp
the nciiuirement of Jarije tracts of land
in J'ufestine, but also water conserva
tion and the development of water
power: sanitation and draiiiaire in cit
ies and towns: irrigation, deforestation,
survey and development of natural re-,
sources and the- establishment of
technical, laboratories for acricultural
purposea. , .
JjU'ce Sums Needed.
Ijirpe sums also will be needed for
the inaintennnee and development ol
work, already launched in J'ujestine hv
the Zionists. .These include a scnool
svslem rantfintr from kiiuleiKiirlens lo
a ymversitv, itiaps to agricultural and
induslrlfil oi Kanin itions und erroups.
rehabiJIUtioii.-of Jewish colonies de
Vi'Slate,d (lprii) tho war, maintenance
of t,hc Aiueficaiii Zionist medical unit.
Its three, hospitals and two nurses
training s.?hool, an unu-mularia cam
iihIkii. and improvement in the hous
init. conditions of Jerusalem. Jaffa and
other cities. Other items to be met by
tliia fund lnei"d the care of Jewish
legionaries and their, dependents: sup
plies for hospitals and ins.itutions in
Palestine, am1' a Palestine Information
1,111-imn.nq wrdl Ha (be maintenance and
administration .of thi Zionlut . orgitnl-
?.atjonvlbrout;h which .these enormous
tasl's are to be carried out.
. All tC. the resonre.es nf the Zionist
disiricts in tho. United States will he
uHliJird for live purposes ol .this cam
naiirii. wbh will be conducted by a
natlonul comjuittee .headed by Judge
Julian W. Mack.
I iWtn Vi T" -ft :
ml If i 3 . viYi
AWVMli'', w w " " i
.- . ORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL I AASKD WlMfit
Laredo. Tex.. Heo. -L'l. Mexican of
i.;,.',..!. ,-i,i,ieiinthi i ine icsirictm.
ihi sain, of intoKicatini: Honors ulonw
Ihe enure Ifiiited. Males border
eltort lo nrevaul "uiitte.h'ii nle
dents .caused Jv .naiioiiwiu
union in the LniU-J filates
today. The newsnapcr r.x-
M..x e.i (iv tinder oaic oi
This photograph shows tf-Jaliriele d'Annlinaio, the Itsillnn poet, as'a man
of action, lie is' seen here Juslliying nis meieoric cau-ei- in) .mo roi .wmi
of the' Adriatic in An eloquent addri'ss (o his troops at Flume. t
249 ANARCHISTS CARRIED
FROM AMERICAN SHORES;
: BERKMAN-GOLDMAN GO
Continued From Pare l.V
.,i,il ...LrriEinl their eralitude tn the
American government lor giving I hem.
"the honor anil glory of bringing U
Russia the knowledge of the out raged
and cruelties, practiced upon American
men und women because of their opin
ions." After several hundred wopm de
voted to abuse of the authoiiues. the,
statement concludes with the prophecy
of their return.
"We. tho. first American politiiall
refugees," the statement said, "will yet
live to s?a America trulv brave and,
truly fife and we will he recalled nyjn xew York city, wmle Hemy cv
this land to rejoice with her people in: Kriek was being burll in Pitts
their triumphant achievements," v I ursn lind mourned as a public Pen
. licprcscntutive fiiege.1. who accom- efactor.
panied the oilier lnembeis ol 'her . I'ninia (Vnlilnuin's Kecord
silion to e.Nli'.ting institutions and au
In rcblv ..to one such exnbaiiioii
after liorkirian's conviction In New
Vork tor opposing ; the draft, ihc
Uliited' Stales aiiornw" said' to the
"The court .should know that 'bis
man who now claims to lie far univer
sal peace and :a's he is auainsi 'he
use. of violence, in lXHl'-went into .Mr.
Flick's pn'lcc (in PiUjiimrgui und
tried to shoot him down -without giv
ing his victim an opuortundv tn de
fend himself, lie shot him in the
back lis he would a dog."
"The (ir:l terrorist act in Ameri
ca," is the wav PerUman descriheil
his aiturk on Friek in his book.
"Prison iMemobs of An Anarchist."
Herkninn's lasl hour of freedom in
this country expired early this nioiuu
NEW MEXICO NEWS '
TWO RILLED AND 48
INJURED. IN RAILROAD :
i .'.WRECK "IN MISSOURI
'' :C . ' ii. ,
, BT MOItNINO JOURNAL -tfPKCIAL Lt AVCO'UVl M I
" St. '.Tallies. Mq.. Pec. 21.. Two per
sons were killed and forty-eight In -hired
Svhen a Fl'iaco - pnesoiiKtr train
was derailed three miles east of hem
todav. The (rain wsh e.n, route, front
"Ma"""- Ci(v. Okla,, to St. Louis.
The accident was . cuustd when an
axle of one of the coache" broke. The
dead ore J. O. Hopper of West Vii'-i
HipM and Mrs. Willijiui if, Brehn of
Ht. Lou is, '. . , . -
' t he injured were ruslied to a hospi
tal hi Si. Louie. John M. Weaver of
1 'incinbatl suffered . fractured skull
ami his condition wan "aid to he se
i no . ". , ... ,- ,
Jilra. prftbn was u Itc.d (.'.roes super
'Colli Jluskers in Dciiiand,
.--Whe-at and IiCaIis still continue tj
come to liriy al the rate of a hundred
und more idols a day. Treshing is
Upt near finished and corn-huskjiiK is
crowding in oh live threshing. No
one who can work at etilier is neces
sarily die these days. Corn hunkers-
l ' in ...... 1..W1...I
nil. genius v .rin "
team .uniU ixtard - furnlshVd iiid "l.
certs where 'tliev .furnish ihemselvcs.
and ll;s a'poiM- shuckPr who emi t crib
lilw fifty bushels a day. Hoy Spanish
American. 1 ' ' " . ,: '
vlsnr tn Hip son t h wi-ul elM division and ' ......
liiid lleeii diiectipg the Chriiitmas roll V,
XliiiH' Proves This Is An
Or. Uevereaux, . president of tbe
Mo-Tcx ojl company, while visiting
the' Peeds' vatle'v iiil lll'ld.' Wat lloill'd
1 10 remark that "the J-irown well alone
proves this to be an oil field.,
! And ve verv much .agree wiUh th.'
doctor n said opinion, relative to. this
f'eld. ' belle.ve that arty " feaishii
ahle huiii.Vfll co'ice(W th(it Hhfe'erown
weU'rould not' pot oh its big oil and
gps ''blpwoOts'' wete It not .sppplied
I ti cm 'a big pearbv pool, Would not
, .1. ... .1 ( I ( .ii", u ll.,il i,t-fwliir-ed tm l.nr OOOl
in the, field produce several similar
pools and doos not 'the, oil showings
i-. iibnpi 0(1 water wells, scattered
loveiAthis field indicate seepage from
several .difl 'rent pools. Arlesia Ad-
tall in Oldahoma
, T't train was runhlhg'as the secomi
HfelMjp of Ki-isco .wsseiiKer N'o. 111 and'
wnK,eyjpposc(l of six ('.uac,lies,. The te
iideni; occurreil about !l a. in.'.v
'.'.TVr onlv, cpactl dvliiplinllt-d was the
He L-whiii (JiA ijw.u -(loud' fcioi a rd
Im,'. Jt was hurled i"'BiiiHt a freighi
tiyiii.yua Hiding. .... . .. (
GEORGIA MOB LYNCHES . 4
NEGRO RETURNED SOLDIER
" .,. - i ;
. ;, . MORNt JIVAL SPBCIAL LK0VO WOtri
-4'oluinlila. Ilu... jieri- i4.i Hoarding
li tlentral tieoiia passeilgei train al
SinHliyille itia.. a. mob of about fif.y
nu n , seine. & A.'lmrles West, a iuro re
turned soldier Hhd hurried him away
to a c'lmled spot, where he was shot
1 death. -The iltgii bad been arrest
ed n Ja ksonvllle.; Fla nira charge
vf -'huviiig killed' Kmhiett 'f;,' Ilright--
well, a. farmer of K.ienianii. i.a., ami
wvis being relumed to Ainei'ii us to n
wer to ihe charge.
The bodv' of. Lbe. ueuro was. found
TaTe trithe'day hitniiiig io a tree aiul
in Jhrfiw th, iiu.1u.4s.. v'aiV'M-i'siin
'l-s rW.uii.rf i lifdir.fl
h'linjitli ft, nl-
Eased, By Pntrattnc
. . HamUn' Wizard Oil .'.
j A afc and lva,-mle weparatton
io Relieve the pair.s oc, Rheumatism, I
Sciatica, J-'antc.Iiacian!. Ltitnltago, i I
ltamjin ,VM(tara kjil ltiipcnciraiT
.inmkljv drives out s jrenesn, and)
, aniiberu Hip tiff aching joints - and
(Kiuscle,.,.r i!.- '.f'r.,',"i?
in You will find almost daily uses .for
At.' in a's Jof sudden mishaps r c-
-idont lMch s sprains, brulscs.-icUtS,
i t ' . - - : 1 '-
.Ptvrns, ,pi.ic "uu Mpii. jum j
iaWe, i too,,, iot. earache, loothacbe,
Uouttahdeolic "..).. ''.' .'
if Get it lrontffEVstsfor SO cents,
i pt jtis&C& rtlurn the bottle and
jeet your rnonejf Vaclt - r ; i
- Evr xotipated or have- ick
L'..j.pk? Inst. trv. W'uard Liver
W Mv. '-'i-iit littla Dink pills, 39
Hon ti licat Profiteers, ' , ;
'' Pat 'Miiidleton btitcheied throe fine
hogs af his farm .south of town. , Tliey
bnve stored ' f 01 home use seventy-five
POllnds of i-'a usage and I lit) pounds of
lard, and with the fine .sweet potatoes
aiVO J. it) sallons of, canncn peais.
prunes and peaches, ii bountiful har
vest of cotton and choice alfalfa, their
iiwti Jersey cows f,,i- milk ami butter
and fine-lioultrv. they should not feel
Ihe urueh "of 'the High cost of living.
Hpt it .takes management, ;. well as
work., to' keep the farmer prosperous
nlid l.'P. knd- his faithful wile are ever
pir ihe glert.' Carlsbad Current.
" " I'll-. -tlito l'liilosophy.
. The man who makes wo blades of
giilsK grow whore onlv one grew , he
rode is a benefactor,, but he looks li U e
Jll- ceuls .when , compared, to the Man
Who makes j two school houses gl ow
where oply one uiew tK'fore. (j-Whiz.
in the Springer Stockman:
AmKthe- Jailer is a hack number
compared to f,he man who' consoli
dates several rural srbouls lulo mod
ern ura'dod coniiiuiniry sohools with
afl t ! iiindern Ihinas that co with
'em... And. bv the wav. how does that
two bladeii of irt asm nomiml e' -Willi th
lariper who produces $80 wdrth of
turkey, led wheal: where, five cents
worth, of grass was th yearly 'crop
herelofore.-v-Koy Spanish American.
Plan Vew seliiiid ISiiildillg.
The board, of education af a special
meeting held . Monday, itceftpte! the
suecifb allons of Ihe architect lor
'M'xioen-roCiil. building, to 'be erected on
the ile of the .old east side ward
school building. V
ThA Plans and sneoificationit -wen
irone over bv the board thoroughly.
and the ar hit,ct was .Instructed toi
cuinplete plans in detail preparatory,
for work. , .
Cons ruction on the oew Ward School,
building will tart early in the year,
according (o the present 'plaint of the
. board.' Soiiie irtnpi'ovnienC and ' tx
KtturiwW Is coiTtempbitcrt by -th briard
for ttve wh ukle -nvarrt' tiuiKting, -me
v'em -9f iWhtc'i Is not yet disclosed.
Clevis Journal. . .
'limiilqHarU.TS for Turn Jlrinre ami
, Itcdliciiliej-g (Ciara . In . .atmiCUve
jt'Urbunia, , .nacJkagc , JNcw, ' MeAli-'ti
fitriiM milllliiiilli - - '-" : " -'f- l-".-fc---
house committee on immigration on
the Huford as Car as the three-mile
limit, wild today that he was surprised
at ihe excellence of tile airaugements
pn board -,he transiKirl for the comfort
of Ihe radicals.
"1 might say they are traveling de
luxe." he remarked-.
-"We had talks wilh many of the de
portees," he added, "and they were all
loud in their denunciation of the Vnit
ed Stales government , und its Institu
tion. The language some of them used
is unpi in, Mine. . laeoh
, Mr. SicgeL professed not to know the . .
destination of Ihc.Uiitord. nllbouch he!
said ,he had been informed she would
go north by-way o.f the Kiel (.anal, i
Kilns .loiiii tirttr i i miiii "V not been
, 1 ne deportation oi r.muia ""iu"",M t;t,.(HS Th
UIIO lie! tieiiiiMi . . .mi n i ""ii .
ander tierKmaii. ends a 101m rni"i'i
(f thirlv ,vears in -the t'ntterl Slates. -during-which
thev preached -the over
throw of iKovernmcni; hv violence. - H
spent sixiceii vears unci sue nur-
vears. m ina. out tnev were never
punushod for the nlirl their teacningt,
plaved In attack's by others on life
- P.erkuiaii .served fourteen years for
shooting Henrv Clav Kri. k and two
years for urging voung men lo an
staiji from registering for the draft
early in the war. . Miss (toldman was
in, p-isori two years for opposiuu cori
scriplion and .one vcur for ineitiny to
riot. . Ile.rkman was never brought to
trial: hi uiv indictment for ni ardor in
conneciion with the .Preparoii'iess d:iv
iioinb outrage in Spn Francisco. Miss
Ooldnian was iienuitted of illegal dis-l
tlibution .of, bil'Ui control literalure.
The loint activit,UK as puhlishors
of the .ifniircb'si. maganines, "Mother.
Kar.Ui" and "Tlio .Blast," uiiiiresded"
during, the war. coiubiiioil with their
idilresses . al anarchists' meetings,
hejued caise the assiisainatipn of
President WcKinlev. the government
charged in- its, denoitaUon orocced-
!hBK. The. confession of Ciolgosz (hi ;
,s(ir,ibed t)io . .influence which Miss
Cioldman'n -writings had, mn him.
Their. inflnonc was. I rated in the
dviiHiiiilm'H .of the Los Angeles Times.
Matthew Schmidt and Divld Canlan
now in ioil w ith olluns for that crime,
w ere, "ofc the ( loldinan - clan " Attor
iicw -ti(.neiTi Jalmer ha.. said,
... , Tried to ,id (iciiiuiny.
Thev .were, suspected id' receiving
Ocrnian , money to "onoose prepiirod
n;pa '('!' the t'nttt'i! Slates before the
I'nited States Entered tie war.
Thev" co-operated with Cermnn
spies in endeavoring to promote a
revolulio'iv i.n Jndia durlmr the; war. 1
Thev were the pioneer radicals it,
Ihe. United Spites. .Vow there are
tlO.ofiQ -reds ' here and Api disloynl
foreliiir. .language newspapers, ac
cording to Attorney (lefieriil Palmer.
licnpimond bv judges - and oilier,
public officlaisfrom Pi esidenl Tioosc
velt down .as enemies of i J i e country
seeking to deslrov it but regarded bv
women anarchists, who greeted them
whh kisses .us "heauliful characters
1(10 VKars ahead (if .thekr times " tliev
so increased their following that It
was easv epr them to provide $15.00(1
or Ji.'i.OOr ball in -easji or Liberty
bonds. Vet fines of J 10.000 each I'm
nnposlng the draft were unuald. Thev
had no property, -they said..
Agitated for Ten Veins.
For more than ten years their de
portation had been agitated and at
tim'.s seemed near but no formal pro
ceedings, for this purpose were In
stituted until the alarming radical
.activities of 101H. including the Se
attle and -Winnipeg general strikes,
the, redding of bombs through the
mails- to Attorney Ooneral Palmer
and other prominent m-n. the forma
tion., of hranches of the communist
uartvand Plans for , anarchistic dem -onsirations
on the anniversary of the
formation of the soviet republic of
riussia. which were . frustrated bv
countrywide- raids in November.
Emma Goldman Is forty-nine year':
old and Perkman fifty. She was.
born in Kovno. '(tussia. and in earn
et'.iblbooil remove. 1 with her parents to
Fast Prussia. When fifteen years pin
she ciime to the. failed Stales and
started working in clothing factories
In Iloi heater, ti. '. ; ' ' - '
Rece'filv asked who her re'ii'lvl
were, Miss Cioldnuin -.replied! "I have
ciiiinreii all over the lUiiied Htates." -
la lsi7.. w hen sei eutecii. years old.
he was married in Itoe.hester ,lo
A. . Koi sner, who came irom
l(,iss,a in 'lux;:, huh was niuuran.co
two years.- later. In JOSl his cupion
ship was, revoked heeause be, was not
twenty-one when natui'atfzcd and fan
five ycaia in the l. unco
marriage ceremony was
nerl'iU'ined bv a schochei a sluyev, t
animals for kosher meal. Two year"
later the K( rsners were uir-!veil by
a rabbi, according to the Jewish rite.
,ii Kersner eius : then, to' have i.asse ;
oul or .iiss Cioniman live i-iiuii,v
for iinnoni'cmeiit in court, dnrirnr b'
final fight-against deportation thai he
had died this vear took her by fiur-
priso. It was on a claim that piar
liage to him made her a citizen Iba,'
her legal efforts to remain in tbi
"They can't keen me out.'' she said
in 11107', when there was talk of de
porting her. "1 don't believe ihey
woitlri lie foolish enough to try. My.
father Is an Ai'ierican citizen. J
married an. American citizen."
Her Father Xiitiirali.cd.
Her father came lo the Toiled
Stales in ISXti, .one year after her ar
rival, and was naturalized at Itocn
eslcr when his daughter was twenty
four ..cars old.
Her associut(on with L'erknian , be-,
!ran thirtv yeifi's ago in New York,
(itlier than that lie is. fifty years old
ajid came from K,issiu,--he seems lo
have uimcealed his prior history,
pretty well. When he was released
from" the western Pennsylvania -prison
alter serving his time fur shooting.
Mr. Frifk there- were renins that Ik.
had married Miss Goldman in -New
Jersey, but tb.v- marriage was nevo'
c corded and at their trial for oo
Htrucuiig I be draft both testified tnev
were single. .,-
Worships the Ocvll.
"'1 represent the devil." said MIJs
Goldman al .one. of- her meetings. . "1'
am iyi apostle, upholding 'glorious:
freedom, Ihe apostle standing oul
aritlust law and order and decency:
and morality. I am for the devil wii..".
Ii ads Ihe way to- the abdule yieldim
up of all the amellohs here and now.'
Women are tlt4 's'a.ves-.nf little laws
and conventions.'",'' They'll learn to
break the lows' snne day," "
Herkman and liss (foldman mndo'
their headituilrteiti in New York.'
y here their mngnstdios Were Publish
ed, but thev '. were Well known li
every large city in ihe lAilted Statev
and also ' addl eesed anat'i hist meet
ings in Canada', Fngland. Australia
Hcl'and and other countries.
These ineetlngs enabled them to
live as comfoirtab'iv as any d,esnise.j
ei.pitali.-t would " wii-h. AitmLssi. p
fees werp charged, ciiculiirs sold nil',
si bscriplions . to, their niagaKiPe.'
in ken. At tliV hi'tit meeting Giey ad
dressed In Chltf'ago prior to their de
portation tlie" contributions to heir
them fighf- deportations Were sri.OOil.
Miss Goldman's bankbook.- seined
when her magazine was siionressRfi.-l:
-r owed wecl-lv deposits running from
SM tn $7(1(1 with .one of .ovef t3.706.
TNv lived at thf best hotels. In fact
thev ottered lo pnv'1t.heiri owtr wav to
Ifi'ssiu nr. fnllliir? fhat the difference
between steerage and first-class, inl
order to have the i best nceommoda
tions. ... . '
Friday, declares ihe governors or, uie
five Mevie.iii. border states met With
Hie minister (if ihe, 'interior to stpdv
proposed restiictions and mouiis oi
milking' .lliem . effective. . .
Mnei'ican' soldiers, the newspapet
h-,i,. nniuwd' the border tre-
), ne, ol..' miH ' demanded thai Mexicans
sell them nouor "because they can
not "et .t in Hie .United Slates, while
smuggling of intoxicants Into the
Fluted .States "has grown lo uTtiriu
iusr proportions, of late."
i 'rr.,i.,,io,i i .tie newspaper
r'.ioiiimies. more than 400 Americans
"confersed" tiiev went there for thi
in. Juarez, opposite M Paso, untt
Plcdias Negras. acrota from liliKle
l ass, targe stocks of honor were tlis
covcrcd bv Mexican officials, the pa
,., Ueelui-es These stocks, it savs.
u!.,no rendu for siuugirliug uerosM the
i i.,,. in-.ieis have been given -foi
B..i-,iv nf ihe stocks, and ihoso "who
e'ppear will be guiltv will be punished
With, vltoT." . ' - ' -, ,, ' , ;
HIGH COST OF LIVING
GOES HIGHER ON MOST
, ARTICLES INVESTIGATED
V MOSNINIJIOURNAL'SPeCIAL LOASID WtH1"
Washington, - Dec 21. Despite ef
foris of the gowrnmetit to reduce the
cost of living, retail cost-of iwenty-twi
staple food articles showed an averagi
increase of two .per cent in November
as compared wilh Oclenei-, the bui-c-r
o'- labor statis'.ics anmiimccf ior.ig:'t
The average family expenditures to
these arlioles Increased live per cuii
t'!T.m a year ago, the report said. -
Kggs went no thirteen per cent
villous and sugar ten per cent, raisin
nine per ce:ft. butter six. storage ega
and prunes -four per cent, canned rat
moil, fresh milk and potato's three
den i.n.l leimimis two. - eVUPOfU.tel
milk, oleomargerlne. ctioese. imu
crisey, bread, rtour ami niacin nm "
per cenr an( coiice anu n-.i i3 vn.i.
five-tenths of one per cent. ' 1
Decreases reported Included:
Pork shops five per cent, ham fnui
per cent, bacon three per cent, rouni
stfV'k. Mihite' beef, hens, na,vy bean
and oranges - two per cent, sirloii
steak, rib foast, chuck roast, 'lamb
la'-eri beans and canned corn one, pe.
cent, ' ' ' ' ' '
OLD CASTE SPIRIT IS
: AGAIN RAISING ITS HEAD
NAVAL SEAPLANE GETS
TO MOBILE AFTER
DELAY CAUSED BY FOG
(BY MCRNING JOURNAL BRE04L Vt'Tn IA".e;
'-- Mobltc. All'.. Dee 21.--Tiie trans
Atlantic soanlamj ,.'(-t. .missing for
vevoral hours vestrrduv al'ler .'eivin--i5alvnion.
Tev.. on . non-stop :'l :t!it
to JOidiile arrived her- af 2 o'clock
tills afternoon. Heca'is" of fo!.' Iliej
Plane was forced . to ibwreii-l and i
.pend twelve hours at (I'-inrt I-'and j
la. fiflv miles south of Xi-w (Vileans. i
I.ieul. Com. . )'. (lead". V'bo eom
nemdes ih" NC-4 m its flight across I
lb Atlantic and, who ia in charge of)
'be p-laiio on its iireHioi: nnvv recrolt-j
ug fll'-'it. s-tid on landing here that'
much Irouble wk fwivi' I ves'e,-.
-la v bees use of the fog. which set in j
-non after leavb".' Galveston. .
Comnia'ider l(e u! and his crew
-e'e'eted Grand Inland as A rdace to
s-.o- '. the .night becaii"" their mij,j
dmwed a town .thee". The p'ace wasl
leslroved liv a tUlal wave m 1Sti:i.
nothing now. renmhiii'.'." cvecbt. a .fish
tn'i caino -nd a lit-ht house where the
Nf-4'a oarlv soent the night.
The trausi-Atlanti" idan wilt enm
nteie its r's?r.c!n"- flight toinorrow
with a trio to Pensacola.
WANT LIBRARIES SAME
AS AMERICA HAS THEM
When a Star was Made
Virginia Harding had just returned
from Ihe last dress rehearsal.
'Oil, Clara, isn't It terrible?" sh
almost wept to the actress who shared
her hotel rnom. "That 1hatr was
l.ke a refrigerator and I caught cold.
Mr lira 4 is all slopped up. If I'm not
kept in bed tofnorrow I'll look like a
dvipiiiiig bed. und lull-: lik a -klaxon."
The pluv was to have lis first p".r
f.inimuce in Nnv Vork. A few davn
helix,. Hi?- leading woman brnkn b-.r
aid 1. There was no one to play her
! i bet Virginia. Ihe nndei tudv.
"New, 1u:-l jva ttiremotional stuff
,i- Miuorrow," Clara .C'lnrnandi-d.
'I I, gel a iwentv-live cent box of
A'.":ks' Preak-irp-A-C'td Tablets that
will rid von of that cold ever night.
d haven't faith in cold tabids."
Then you have never used Weeks'
Fivak-Up-A-Cold Tablers. They're dif
ferent. They contain no calomel and
thev simplv won't make you feel dull
or dopey." Clara said. "That is why I
alwnvs insist on Weeks'."
The tablets wero -bought Hi'l Vir
ginia took them, but wilh lillle cen-rul-nce
in their owers. In the morn-.l-.fr.
however, sue felt more fit than
!!'' lid for days, but Ehe rested until
tifet'ter time. ' ' '
Tie- performance went beautifully.
Apd when the can-tain rang down on
Virginia's big third act .seeps, tho
hcime broke into' a ' tiiunder -of ap
plause. Time and time again she 3
i'.".ilipd. When the audience finally
lot the play go on Virginia rushed into
.etna's dressing rooiri and hugged her.
"Oh. Clara," she cried. "This wonder
ful night would have been miserable If
It were not for you and Weeks' Ereak-Up-A-Cola
IBY-MORNINC JOURNAL S.RC1AL LKASr.O WIBB1
Paris I).-''. 21. Library work uniiMig
the American iK'ddiers hi"W'ause at
east tw-i m'w countries, Poland and
"woho-Slovnlsia, to' ask Ame-ican aid
n (s'ablishingind reorgani.ini their
Poland recently seal a deputation
n Paris to obtain- infonnation and a
dan of .vork from Unten K. S..evcn
on. the European representative of
hn'. i iiieriean T.ih' nrv association.
hich handled the American arm' li-!
irarv -work. ' ' .
Cz'clio-Slov.ikir's reooest came to
s'e"enson in n p t'er from Th-.
Mice Maarvk. ris-'er of preaide.nt Ma-
aryk. . She iissiuvd li'iti the povern-
ment wnitlil suoiioi'i Ihe work and i
asked him to undertake reorganisation f, g,,
y to esla Idisl.-crt t lo ren s deparinioni"
! I ymmK
Dawson Fancy Egg
The business, and in-otesaional wo
men's, clubs (if Sioux City, Iowa. Is
planning Hie. erection: of a down-town
. - ' ; - t '''
' BY MORNINO JOURNAL BRCCiAL LEASK WIRE J
- Stockholm.,- Dec. 21. HJalmar
PrauMng. writing for hit; newspaper,
the Social Demlikralen, .en Ilu the -r?-eeedings
'n the parliamentary investi
gation committee in P.erlin g . "pai'
ody." He says Hie c(wnmissiim has now
adiourned indefinitely after standing
bu'mblv bowing, hat In hand, before
its rre-i evolutionary masters. It evi
dently never thought nf calling iln him
iwho. dining the divine rigni ei...
ranked nhove even l.udenuori r
Hindenbiiru'. .. ,. ',
"Kvervthiug." he continues. indi
cates thiit the old spirit is raising Its
head more Impudently Hum ever. We
can flour beforehand rhe fuHous pro
tests echoing through the Gorman
pre when the allies some day. tlret
of this fac demand the extradition
of he culprits fcr a real trial bv a
real investigating committee who will
l l.ul',.,n liiimanitv as n moral,
iudge io' h'Anii those giillt.v' sccordnig
o c-.ch one'.i .iart-in- the mos'' terri
ble disaster HiiTt has ever befallen hu
man.itv in civilized times'
FAIR PRICE COMMITTEE
NAMED AT E. LAS VEGAS
IBRICIRL CORRIBRONDfNOE TO MORNING JOURNAL)
Fast "Las Vegas. N. M.. Dec. 21.
That i.as Vegas is to have a 1 lair
nrice" cOmmlitee who will look into,
the prices of the present .day, by visit-,
ing the various stores arid eblnioni'
an invoice of the stock, nolhpt infor
mation as to the merchnnta' expense
in maintaining Ins business and then
to determine whether or not eominod
itiis are sold at. a reasonable profit
was decided at a meeting here Fridav
(-ning when about fifty eitisem
fathered at (he citv hall to look into
the prices charged by merchanis
The '.commit lee is composed of AVill
iam (i. Ilaydiin, - chalrnr'an. assisted
b an iidvisorv committee (if Mrs. b
L". Mvers. J. H. Pell- -J. K. McCov am
C. W. tl. Ward. These persons select
or the following persons wno wip
ei nsist Of the "fair price'' committee:
tiTlnj.-ence Tdnn. . ( hairpian: Mrs. U. A
Sillier. Mrs. Fi'aiyi Carroon. I eciinc
!!os.iwald. '(Snorge .idlover. tenr,v
B-uttnuin. Si P. Harnett, Dan Stern
and i. II. Bull. . . '
GET RID OF YOUR
"Pllf-K Nullve Hrrb Tul'tetB nro wuheul
a d'Milit the best nioilicbm for rheunui
tlwu I cvr used." Si. W. Mill". Kail
I,. vim, W.'Va. .
"I am -atren and ln-nlthy at sevpnty-foui-.
tlnvnks to JUlss Niltlvc Herb Tali
lent." .S. (. Mai'Kn. 8tL-riiliirK, Ya. .
Bliss Native Herb Tablets
for fpver thirtv years hnvf rrlicvntl thoti
aiiihls f wif."prorn. frirn l-tteumatifin.
liver ,'tntl klilne trouttlo, ami eimfetltfu-(lo-n-
vntle und effective in acttnn, tm-l
fcononiic.il in pric-p. Infict on Hlisa, a:ul
y v u will wt the K n u i n h. 1 .o oK
fur our tmO mark on box. Tut
up in two iiUps. r0e unil $1.00.
Sold l"tt IcBdiiiff clruBHiHta iirul l.n-il
iin frfHli?ro. Mt;l by Alunao
FR EE MA P
: of . , :
BULL BAYOU and
Call or. write. '
DUNBAR & CO. ,.
207 West Gold
. . CI' (I .-1, , ..--.'. -j
"For Bs yers" my husland sr.fferod
with bis stAvnifich. The mdiciue he tnoP
only relief for a while, nothing
$n-rw enred, write a Mia
M Sarah Baker of Not-
tinghiU, JIo. "Our
some o Chamber
l ain'ti medicines
laat fall and also re
ceived eoum free trial
iBampleu of Chamber
lain's Kfoinach and
I.iver Tablets. Ha
gave wa Bome ol them !
and I wanted mj hus
band to try them. He!
said it y.-'julJ da na :
food. .His fitpniic!i :
ad been- tjonbling ;
him worse than ever,
At lust on Friday I
li , .tola Wm if iw would
.not take those .tahlots
I was going tosentlfor
a doctor, and he faitl i
he would takethemv By Monday he wag j
lijce pvoother njaii. Tue hlues were gone4
ao more trouble with his stotnat-h, ana
the best part is that the trouble has not l
retus'ii'l. i cannot praise Chamber-1
ailA . TiUets too hijrhly " , I
American Blpck" .
Omera Lump and
-'. . Egg :'H
.-. - - :.- I V'V I ' i, "' ' ., ,
All kinds of Wood
-r.. V Phone 251-
. Jut received two car of
Gallup to. t)ru arly.;
New StiiCe Coal Tard. lne
These raids niade a total of di an
archlsts , soiled bv Hie J'nlteil States
,on .deportation proceedings in the lasl
two, years. - - -: -
Wheii . their n-.woi'kerft the Nihi
lists. in UiisKia.. whence thev came in
v.()iuh. evoliited into tho Bulslieviki
and formed the soviet government
after the downfall of the monarchy
Kerkniiin and Miss Goldman cham
pioned a similar government and
social order for this country, flerk
mu.ii when, surrendered for deporta
tion predicted that he would return
to the I'nited .Stales as soviet amlias
nudnr and Miss (toldman pronhesiett
a revolution here wit n in live venrs.
- "American canllti lists are trie most
ereodv In the world." she said, "and
when the tipte eomes they are iroinu;
tn. pav a terrible price for. li. A,
thunderous siorm is brewinrr in the
I'nited 8aten." '
...Xet ,rlvcM.,ii;ei.,.iMiPo,rluniuf duripit
istejji. mm' iLnnrHt'iMtces 4n court i
air their Kilevances they repudiated
'Tie? anarchist never advocates a
it(in.of iwBir.t said Jterkman. "An
errhism rneaoH the negation of vio
lence. Anarchists leach elf-relinee
co-operation and mutual aid In oppo-
Lelmeiiaic ilu Old Knit l"u.se. .
1 To e'ean V suit citse, mix etttinl
nnrts of vlneertr and' linseed oil to'
aether, rid) with ic niece of flannel and
.iiolisb with a tliwteiv., i -
Onlv One "BltO.MD Ol IXINF.",
To'cet the genuine, ca,11 for full name
LAXAT1VF. RROMO QUIMMK Tah
lefs. . Look for ' slfrnaturo , of E....JV.
GUOVE. Cures A Cold in One Day. 0c.
'eight'ciuiWen n.b ckocp
' "I have eieht . children and give
Foley's. Honey and Tar to all of
them,", writes Mrs.. P. Eehkamp, 2404
Herman St.. Covimrton. Kr.: "they al!
were suhleet to erouri." ' It loosens
end clears nuitjus and piMem, stops'
that strannlinfr cougb, makes easy
brqathln .ossiblp' a,ml permits qiriet
sieen, 1 1 contains Jif). out -t. mil.
3irdjoil liklMw3oijr r.pld. bron
chlal coiiKhs and the cough that tin
iter .on after Influenza or erip. Good
for rrowrts-ups as for -children. For
ale by Alvnredo pharmerv. t
Buy an Indian Bicycle.
DUBLIN NEWSPAPER -' ,
IS WRECKED BY MOB
f BY MOSSINQ JOURNAL ERCCIAL LtASEO WIRF
Dublin Pec 21 Unknown persons
tonic-lit forced their wav Into the
huihbm." of the Pally Independent and
KmiTi.hed V the machines of tne news-
naner wltrl crowbars. The raiders
.vn .mid to'.hiive. heen Silno h'tdners.
'om 'of the men entered '-be edi
torial room n ud .overawed the staff
with revolvers. A hen leaving iney
sabb '-- -' '. - ,' -
"Von can consider vourselvos sup
,rpsd for sonie time." -
.'T"ie; laeidMltr is.ati'tbtited tto n-
friendlv comiiletit on . the -fbnn Fein
;moveiLient . by the ,IndependekVt.i ;
Promptly treaS couglis, cowh nonrMnssBj
,lonclMinlitlir inflKnc4 iritrtd
coruhuomj at the Uuoat with total nacdy
, Inventory jShfet .
t Binders- . - 'i ." .
Loose Leaf Outfits r
; Adding" Machine ; Paper; '
"Albright & Anderson
lb watt eotraorciciil; VSanslns and
Briniciaal blM antfseijtlcs is
K.i -' -
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water aa needed.
;t,A$ a sric'diclrial aatisentic for douches
in... treating catarrh, Inflamnatlrm oi
ulceration of noce, throat; and thai
caused by .emlnin i,l'.3 it has no equal
'For Jen years the Lyd'.n JE. Pinkflaai
Medicine Co.fian recomrhinded Patttin:
women, wnicu proves lis suirersorAvy.
"Woiiien vho , have been cared saj
St.Mt :orth, .jits, ,vtvla ,jBolfl.,,t
druggttts. "50c. large box, or by tnaL)
Tba Paxtoa Tellt Co, Boston. Mass.-
i H - i Walk a Few, Steps 'Out of the High s. V
. S , Rent JDistrict, to B., Marcus, 213 . : p
; i v South First Street, and Save Money. r p
-I: ic. We accumulated, duripg .the" year, Ws
Walk a Few Steps Out of the High
Rent District, to B,. Marcus, 213
South First Street, and Save Money.
c. We accumulated, during . the" year, .
i quite a Jarge variety Watches, Dia
, v 4Bonds, Kirfgs,KKecklaees, ete,, which
,.. yve offer, to the public at Loan Prices, 1
'hich .is.'a big, .saving to you in dol
Jars. We also offet. dependable mer- "
chandise of all Varieties ' for .nien ,
women, nd .children, such as Suits,
Ties, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, .Suit
cases, . etc. ., Space ' will hot . permit
,us to mention thousands of Christmas
gifts which wi have in stock. Wo
cJtir furhihi any &hd all Ciiris,tma3 . '
; grafts which you may desire to give.
m$ South First, Stree