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JUL PASO "HEKAJLJJ
Monday, Nor. id, 1919.
Capital and Labor Appear
on Better Terms Than
f ConttauJ Iran oage 1.)
. -u.d ireaent inuusiriai troubles are
most, all uue to enaeavois 10 set
h gner wages, not t retain the pres
fit rates. .No American employers
that 1 learned of have been Loins.
s.riLe the armistice, to Ket wage
f.wa. It is probably this conserva
tive aituuoe adopted b labor nere
as apamst tbe challenge thrown out
l-. American steel workers, miner
;.nd raitwajmen. that encourage Brit
nea of affairs to optimism when
tne discuss trade competition with
The great railroad strike taught
v-ih the men and the p'l lie much.
Tl.e men learned that tbe old belief
ti at 1-y preventing a wheel from
turning thev could make tte country
apitulate foai starvation within a
ft v, da 5 vi as unfounded. Food and
P .-singer services were Improvised,
a sordine to schedule? prepared loot
:i -r bv the coverament for Just such
ico-dtrl the belief the raflwav;
'r.ion rhiefs cherished that it was in
-er p"Wfr to "roM up" the corn try j
Jif their pleasure, has been Jo ted i
Tipv " ere unpleasantly Biirpr's. ;
- orervver. at the way In which men j
-rl u. omen airl the despised m'dil'ei
j n rpner classes turned out In thou-!
.."f's ?n3 Hd te work of the strik- j
And dM it well. Public opinion
- dr-:riTv against the st-ike. not
, rrz- EiTianii thought the men
.1 a. bad .pe. hnt b"anse tbe men,
I May Request
Saloons Make Appearance
in Agua Prieia After
5 Year "Dry Spell."
Agua Prieta, So Mei, Nov. 10.
The saloon again made Its appearance
lir Imtav affP m Am aiwkll at nhAtif
nve years, and immisT-iueo oiiu laie s &-. .
Lloyd George's Intimation
in Speech Brings on Stir
London. Bn&. Nov. 10. Premier
Lloyd George's bint In bis Guild hail
on tbe utber sMe of the lin at Uouc
laa. Arts, are swanmed with auetl-
catlona for passports. 80 far four a
loons ire operating full blast and do
ing a "land office business." Several
otners are e . pooled to be ready for
business within tbe next few days.
. &ui ukuh. nut Lo bring coal fiom uie
mines and raw materials (or fac
tories from tbe ports aa beyond -toe
task of a volunteer organization.
It was from a very real pet 11 that
the compromise settlement delivered
Brotherhoods Wnteb Situation.
Aftents of the American brother
hoods. 1 understand, are t-losely
studying the methods of the great
strike here, for traidance in the event
of a tienp of the American railroads.
11 tne government at wasningion ap
plies to the home office, the plans
for emergency organization of the
rlvfl population against the peril of
starvation win De tnrned over to
American officials for study, and
while tbe problems presented by a
general strike in tbe two countries
are different. America I thnk can
learn much from the way England
hand'ed tbe desperate situation this
Bet if American ranwarmen adent
I the attitude cf their British com
irades. and propose to strike not for
.ro tert nuMic vmpathy by striking 1 hirrher wages bot to retain what the-
fcorrs' notice. I have now the United 8tats is safe
Tip worst fppri were not real!". 1 f roir a oerfl that Is one of the great
er when it in said further tnat the j est perils a highly organised Indns--jT-
i-p r rnvp con'd p"f r!". j trial cnontry can be called noon to
' ti-,nt rei!ro--a If n-wrv, the J 'ace Conyrbrht. 1919. bv the McClUre
-iTitr v.o"M have str---'efl fr"
-""mic ar-'-fltton within a fe
r( ' t VtI te ctHVe continued
vc Tnj?ovl-f to Tr"-
Tan -No -More
The Skin Beutifter
trv-t the titjiiipltAiuM In all kmm.
irrj rcT and txattf jroar com
and tr-fct tbe dettrate textur
Fk t from co'd and wind.
As yoTjr beaotT
prom o will yoar ap
rrerlation for Tan-No-More.
jait-.O-aOTw IB f
f Hebtfal to on. lee's
sortd. blnd perfectly
f- b with tbe skla mma Is in-
E .11 Me-
sots at mure
Baker-Wheeier Mfg. Co
to negotiate peace with the Bolshe
viki In Russia has created a stir
here, j The antl-BalssevIk press is in
dignant over the suggestion.
The Daily Mail accounts the Idea
as "shaking hands with a murderer"
and generally denounces the sugges
tion, which, it says, caused great
amazement in political circles.
The Telegraph and Tbe Morning
Post are also hostile to the proposi
tion. Franco-British Leaders
To Discuss Effects Of
U. S. Actions On Treaty
Paris. France, Nov. la. Considera
ble Importance is attached by the
press to tbe visit of president Poin
care to Engr&nd. according to Marcel
Hutin, writing In Scbo de Paris. The
president and foreign minister Piebon.
GILES IS FOR
Told Dr. Altendorf it Could
be Dona With Aid of
(Continued from case I.)
those in his confidence: for all others
he has a harsh, gruff votes.
Calles greeted Schwierts effusively;
Ancb cordially. Then, turning to me,
"General, let me introduce Capt Dr.
Altendorf. whom I wired to yon
He Meases Calles.
"I acknowledged tbe introduction
with a military salute, which pleased
Calles greatly. After a brief con
versation about nothing, such as Is
usual under tbe rtrcumstsnce. Calles
remarked on my perfect Spanish,
whereupon Schwierts remarked:
"Tea, and he almost looks like a
Spaniard, although he is a German
Austrian. He will be a.very" valuable
As It was almost IS oclock our brief
interview ended with an appointment
for myself with Calles at oclock.
J .st as we appeared at the entrance
on our way out a score of soldiers
In blue overalls, sandals and bis;
straw hats, without coats, but vrith
an abundant accumulation of dirt,
and armed with long atratalit brass
miniivu, oegan a Tunoos xanxare. 1 1
i,.vu"i ws ininiuni in our Donor:
but Schwierts said no: It was the
regulation thing whenever the gov
who aceomnanied him. will discuss
Ith premier Lloyd George and earl i i" .i.-r ' ... pace-
n Br.tiah rareien minister."- """-t 1
nearo tor mites, was Kept up for about
Curzon. Br.tish foreign minister,
questions relstlng to putting tbe
peace treaty Into effect, taking Into
account new atsaosmons ny tne unit
The Russian problem, according to
t( writer, especially in view of re
cent utterances of Lloyd George, also
will be subject of discussion.
Tm w J5. Sfc J U8
ThootsBtb Have Foasd
ReBef Frea Rkeafflafon
by taking- A-riL an old paysician's
prescript. on used since lssi. A-Z8&1 is
a constitutional treatment fo. rbeuma
tiym and rotit. It relieves rbeamatl-m
tv disolinff the cairareoss depoaita
wMt-h csiue tbe ralnfal swel line at tbe
join, and drtrea tbe sric acid fn.ro
the ymicm. Sotd by leading druggists
o- rent by mall for 1 GMlE.t A
AMEND, Xd Are. aad IStk SL. Kew
Booths for Show Installed;
Juares Band "Will Play
With practically every exhibit
booth sold and decorated the "Made- ! ervation purposing to safeguard th
All Republicans, 6 Demo
crats Support League
Washington. D. C Nov. lit. A res
in-El Paafln show will h mn. to i
open Tuesday night In Liberty halL
The decoration of the hall was com
pleted Konday under the direction of
John EL Regan, assistant manager of
the chamber of commerce. Desert
plants and draperies In colors pecul
iar to Mexico and the southwest win
make up tbe decorations.
Some of the exhibitors began plac-
I Ing their exhibits Monday and all of
ithe booths will be In readiness by
Tuesday afternoon. Burton But.cn.
vhA Ha a rn nf t K m & tr Til.
! show will be opened by the blowing of
whistles st 7:30 oclock
nation's right to withdraw from
membership in the league af sattons
was adopted by tbe senate Saturday
with every RensDUcaa senator aai
six Democrats voting for it or pel rod
in its support.
The Republican leaders swept aside
every suggested modification aad
carried the reservation through ex
actly as approved by the foreign re
lations! committee. Two Republican
senators of the mild reservation
group led a stubborn fight to alter
it, but, after they had failed, voted
as to M, ana
Tbe final count was
tomorrow I pairs announced for the absentees
! snowed tbe entire senate memoersntp
The show win and next Satnrdav I to be divided S to 4L Five Demo-
night with a masansrat ball. A prtxe crats senators Reed. Missouri: Gore,
r 'f J2S will be given to the wearer of , Oklahoma ; Smith. .Georgia; Walsh.
he ben rostame. The Juares military! Massachusetts, and Cham berlana. vsra-
gon voted in tne ajnrnsaiive. wniie
K clll nl.w k- .. f-M S ttt
' : oclock.
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and Restores Vitality and Energy by Purifying the
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tbe most delicate stomach and does not cause nervous
ness or ringing in the head.
Very Pleasant to take. Price 60c
senator Shield. Dessocrat. Ti
was paired in favor of the resolntton.
NEARLY ALL BRITISH rROOPS
LEAVE SIBERIA FOR HOME
Vladivostok. Siberia. Nov. 19. (By
the Associated Press). The British
far east detachment departed home
ward noveraoer .z,
Gen. Knox, eblef of the British mili
tary mission, and about of his of
ficers in 8tberta.
Tbe Dated States cruiser Brook
lyn with vice admiral William L.
Rodgera. commander of tbe American
Asiatic fleet on. beard, arrived Oc
Calles and I Talk of Invasion.
Promptly at 1 oclock I presented
myself at tbe palace and was re
ceived by governor Calles alone He
was very cordial: offered me a.
cigarette and then settled back for
a comfortable chat.
I observed that be was never ner
vous, to which he replied that he sup
posed be was overworking bl-nseif.
It was arranged that I should see
fahn professionally at as early a date
as tbe matter could be arsanaed. and
then the convsrsatlon turned to the
coming drive sgainat the United
States. I asked Calles If he tbouaht
we could get i-ien enourh together
to tnske a successful Invasion of the
"Oh. yea: we have enough men." be
replied. "With the assistance of ex
perienced German officers we can put
the men In the field. We Mexicans are
not afraid of the United States. We
have very brave men. but we need
good leaders. We have some German
officers here and we are promised
more from Sooth America. We are
not short of money, as Germany is
Rxpeeted German Pood,
"We have enough food. We can
get almost enough munitions from
Germany In submarines to Soaln and
thence by Spanish vessels. By break
ing up the mines here we can get
enougn steel to msKe wnatever aooi-
ttcnal rifles and the like we may
need. I myself have hullt a little
shop where we repair rifles Mexico
now has an arsenal turning out e
rifles a dav. I suiipc we could do
more if we hS raw material. But
we are co tnting on caoturlng Ameri
cans and hus rb'ainlns large sun
plies. Above all. we know positively
that the Mexicans and Germans in the
United States will join us and' that
la enougn to in to re victory.
Tbe Interview ended by governor
Calles conferring upon me the rsnlc
of colonel In toe Mexican army. He
DersonallT handed sea the tastes
for rap and coat. When I told
Schwierts of my appointment he was
"I told you that we Germans and
the Mexicans are one," he exclaimed.
Schwierts and I had a long talk
with Calles the next day. In the course
of which the latter handed me Ji for
expenses. 1 happened to step to a
on board the map on roe wan ana ovnre
This leaves salyieaaua1 inoulry about the Taqui coun
try, w m iv ii pnimpinr ouiimrcri tv
volunteer my services In plannln? a
campaign against the Yaquia. Calles
seised at this proffer so eagerly that
t had no alt. native but to start right
In on an Impromptu dissertation on
the proper strategy for s campaign.
Plana to Whip Yara.
Heaven only knows how I couM
have struggled through If I had not
chanced to rem iribr- having read an
account of I'm bsrt'e tf the Marne,
I began to expla'n coveting up the
poverty of ray t-nowirdee by a gen
erous flow of lin-usge how It was
that von Kluc had beee beaten and
pointing out tbe ahn'mrlty of Faeb's
strategy so Uiar which woald bring
the Taquis to terms. Ci-lles was so
Impressed that he rtorped ma while
htt eallad In Gen. Gomes and Col
Cards of his staff and had me begin
an over again. Gen. xuki
called la and or-tered to, T rarate-
dately to La Mesa to carry out my
plan, rte aic so ana iott w i
fcmA without accomollshing any
thing whatever. Fortunately Calles
laid all the blame upon nen. Manjo.
After my Plan of campaign against
negotiations with Lenlne and tb. Taqui. .
BALTIC STATES AND POLAND
MAY OFFER PEACE TO REDS
Helslngfors, Finland, Nov. 10. O 'In
ton Is political circles here is that
the Battle states and Poland at a con
ference being held at Do mat will
reach an agreement to Invite the Bol
sheviki to send representatives to
Dorpat on November 16 to aucoss
with them the question of peace. It
Is considered unlikely that Finland
will enter negotiations at we pres
W0 PEACE WITH BOLSHEVIKI
BEFORE HOUSE DEBATES IT
London, Bag. Nov. 18. Great Brit
ain has no Intention of opening
Trotsky until tbe house of commons ! " a" U'riE with Mat
has had anopportunity to discuss the Claro. there to cooperate with Maj.
question. Mr. Sonar Law. the govern
ment leader declared in the bouse ot
COMPLAIN LIBERTY HALL
BALCONY IS NOT CLEAN
Meanwhile 1 was very desirous of
opening up some mesne of eeenmvnl
catlon with the American military In
telligence department on the border.
I bad bean keeping a watchful eye
on Friend Jores sll this time snd at
last felt convinced that my original
hnnresalon of htm 'must be correct.
Wstrhlng for s suitable opportunity
rmm was considerable coavBlalnt
.ttn.t the nnkemnt condition ef Lib-
ertv hall balcony, from people who , wh t knew Schwierts would be en-
attended the symphony concert Sun- -aged with Calles 1 eluded other pry
day. They said the floor was littered . ing eyr and contrived to meet Jones
with Broanrants from the Lauder eon
cert, to say nothing of soda pop bot
tles, cigar ana cigarei stuns, siaas.
peels and oth r things that should
not be found la a first class place of
out in tbe country about two miles
from tbe town.
Menes" Prows Itynl.
We he ran to discuss mv pretended
dti vhnrebv 1 was to sell some of
; Schwiertxs plunder to Jone at a re-
Thls is not the first complaint that'docrd prjce. each watching the other
is been made about the poor Janitor, and studying every word
service In the courthouse, however. ! 1oov A, last I made up my mind
Vinv of the nnbllfl wash rooms are
disgraceful ffor a new public, building
that i. wajt aafe to take a chance.
"fee here. Jones" said L ""o yon
know anvnouy at Nogales. Aria, con-tu-ctei:
with the American military e
partment? 1 have some rather im
portant business up there end as I
cannot go myself I should like to ask
ir you will nor n in in. i"-
Jones looked at me Intently while
WANTS TO LOCATE A MISSING
BROTHER; BELIEVES HE'S HERE
w.lt.r n Smith, realdinsr at 1S2S
Myrtle avenue, writes The Herald as;
IOUOWS. .k X l hia eves. 1 drew
I have been tola tnai my oroiner, f' i, i. him
William J. Smith, Is somewhere In 7vlr. n,1,PolntlnB U him
H3 Paso, In fact. I have a letter from exclaimed harshly.
th war denartment to this effect. He "See here.. Jones Men do not cry.
Was with company B. 9th Dnlted Are you mcne . - -States
Infantry. If anybody knows -oard you might ss well be dead as
anvuing or am .norfHwou a wm ' " , t
be very thankful for tbe Information. ; "N. doctor I am not
aa I haven't sen htm In 11 years and! emotion overcame me for a moment
if he la tn S3 aso l want to meet . "e"u
RED CROSS HOLDING
1 tiA-ar hnow VOU TOT 8D
Amsr!oin MKrrei ervlc asrent, and I
can undcrwtanfl from what 1 have seen
since we have been traveling together
that you have name Important In
formation to be forwarded."
A pa mil o taf-rpt Krrvfce SLKtit"
Oifhrka from the htireitn of war rlafc ! "x - Kn t v-a nn mv huaineaa to
insaranre and the aoae finaoce of-1 neip r'be United States. Put up yonr
flee, are beins held oaclakned for the ni.ti no occasion for all
.following persons In the Red Cross tn tnt8 piay."
the lor caoln: Robert U Ulee, Mlaa E.. t be ptJt np when yon have
M. Fergniason. Austin Em lie Perrenot. i sworn to be loyal to the United States
1-v.iricK r . i'UbSu, L.tv" v-"""-"- and ro me.
hilL Tbelraa Arltne Graham, James
Francis. Albert K. Wurst. Mrs Mrs
Neal Thompson. Harry P. Henderson.
Tfothlns to Trory About.
When yon are -oinp on a- trip, there
are enougrb tblnrs to bother you with
out be in 5 worried about- your bag
gaare. If you will telephone 3500 and
tell us what train you are leaving on,
you need have no further worry about , on the passeng-er train at 1 oclock for
your harirase Nogales, Ariz, where you will hand
The City Servfee Co. Tel. 5566. (thin parcel rver to the T'nited States
Autos, Tens, Baggage, .itoTinff. Adv military lntelliteace department. Ke-
Th oath wan taken. Then to 1m-
preaa Jones more strongly with the
weight of his debt to me I told him
briefly of Schwlertr'a plot to !nre him
and Edelman out and murder them
and warned him not to let the major
think that he had any important sum
of money at anv time. Handing him
a small spaled parcel I continued:
Mr. Jones, you will leave tomorrow
rH'E day is gone when woman was content io he
careless about her appearance in the home the old
lime "Wrapper" and dressing sack have long been dis
carded. Themodem housewife appears as looely in
her home in a gingham gown every morning -as she
does m tailored street costume or frilly parly froc.
Designed and cut by expert designers in oar own work
rooms the Globe bungalow aprons and house gowns
meet the demand of particular Southwestern housewives
who are content with nothing less than the best
Fashioned in a variety of attractive models of high grade
gingham, percale, lawn, dimity and novelty tub goods
in solid colors, stripes, plaids, poUa dots or two color ef
fects. Pretty finished pockets, belts and collars together
with unique arrangement of buttons, add io the distinctive
charm of the Globe bungalow aprons and house gowns.
If preferred, the Globe made bungalow apron and house
gown will be made to order in your favorite colors and
your own original design.
During Made-m-El Paso Victory Show from November
Uth to November I5lh the following prices will prevail:
-visit our booth at
the Victory Show
TBS All. TPToV
XA3 JACIXTO STJ
the nest train to HermosUlo
and stay here, roellae Mat Srhwtertx
while you wan sr ninier ibhiw
tlons from nte. I am jcotng to El Claro
with Schwierts and no doabt will
soen have some more Information
We returned to town by different
routes without arousing suspicion.
The third day after onr arrival at
HertBOStno. senwiertx. a urn u.
myseir left for El Claro. which Is
.bun t mil., west of Santa Ana.
the nearest railroad station, which Js
miles north of HermosUlo. Copy
right. 1919. by the Mednre News
rvA.,.,OT.t. nr. Altendorf Vflll tell of
his chirrs theft of flrrr-an fnnda. of
a Ton la" between Schwierts aad
an American deaerter. OVonnor. of a
street fight In a Meslran town and of
the repnlae ot a nonu m
Indiana attarklae ve town vtnne
Schnlrrts and ' Mexican troops were
Col. John P. Hasson
Ordered I o hi raso
Washington. D. C Nov. 10. Col.
John P. Hasson. floartermaater corp.
Washintrtont D. C has been ordered
to EI Prso CoL Lucius L. Onrfee. In
fantry, uamp urant. nas oeen trans
ferred to the 21th Infantry. Camp
Farlaa Cant. Rav Baxter, anarter-
master corps. NnRales. Ariz- has been
ordered to report at i-amp nearaey.
S3 SOLDIERS WHO SERVED
IN GERMANY REACH PRISON
Leavenworth. Kans- Nov. 18. Fifty
three soldiers, former members of tne
American army of occupation In Ger
many, were Droua-nt to the rede
penitentiary Sunday to serve sen
fences Imposed upon them by courts
martial. Twenty four more wit ar
rive today. It waa announced
Trp of the men. It was stated, ;
were convicted of murder. I
Sfaps Thm Tlckl
By HeaMrs iha Tfirot
35e per Boiif
1 FOE SERVICE
I PHONE 707
B a OIL AND REFINING
lf CO. OF TEXAS
to all stockholders of record, as of December 1,
1919, as follow:
December sixteenth, 1919; 25 of par value;
and at short intervals thereafter, dividends will
be paid, the amounts to be dependent upon pro
duction accepted by pipe line companies. ( Our
several producing properties are now connect
ed np with four of the big pipe line companies.)
Dates and amounts of these further divi
dends will be advertised on the first day of the
month preceding that in which the dividend is
to be paid.
F. H. LAZENBY,
OIL AND REFINING
CO. OF TEXAS
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