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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Not. 12, 1919.
Arizona Attorney General
to Cooperate; to Con- ;
sider Room Rents. j
Phoenix, Ariz., Nor. 12. State at- f
torrey general Wiley E. Jones today
d-' Jared his intention of cooperating
c.os. -y ith the federal authorities in
r..i i-rosecutions linger charges al-
It-fd profiteering- He said immediate t
2,- - i was contemplated, room rents
anu rices of foodstuffs being1 first
to b. considered
The announcement followed receipt
lv tne atturnev generv. of a letter j
fro n United Siats attorney general
Palmer expressing tie wew that one
fir mo corn icuons i'-r I'ruiKcruua
woul.1 have a ery salutary effect on
cnnd.tions in grneraL He said pen
. It i now irojded for profiteering
oupl t to curtail t.a.t offence anc
i.iv-v. ir.c states attorney general tu
rej-o-- any loiations to Thomas A.
j-'hn-, Umt-d States district attorney
Ti -j act referred to by the United
f-t..t , attorney general makes It an
effe- ce 'to exuct excessive prices for
-,n, -e essaries," and provides that
r f Orders :nall be fired not more than
i5 or be imprisoned for not mor
than two years or receive both fine
German Girls Work In Peat Bogs Near Spandau
Are You Prepared?
For Gold Weather?
Cold weather is on us! Are you prepared for it?
Better hurry ! A heater is what you want, of course.
We have just what you want for that cold bed room or dining room. We
javc coal burning stoves and Holes that bora any fuel at a variety of styles and
shapes. Exaaate Ae GARLAND Bate Boner a stove that will Ja a
life time, or ti BUCK'S Hot Blast a general nbhty stove at a moderate
price. See big display of Heaters and Ranges at
The Big Rogers Basement
The Ruby Coal Stove The Derby Oak Fire Place Fixtures
jfts-ltf -vy-os-lc isv peat" tojfs
WITH the loss of the Saar Valley, the coal center of old Germany, the present government wis forced to seek else
where iar its -Tt-mTv Paf t-a --" t--1 .-T ,- T..1....J - v.; - - - s- - - . ....
NEW RFINRY COMPANY
IS FORMED AT GALLUP. N. M.
fa'ita Fe, X. 34, Not. 12. The
Laites Producing and Refining
ton'pir.v, of Gallup, has been incorpo
r it1! ith authorized capital stock
.f fni',onn. The company begin
i.-j'-'-esiv Tv.th $,fX paid In. each
-.f t'-.e five incorporators sabsenb
nc 54' The Incorporators are: G.
ilhoif. M. P. Smith, A. G. Mc
' o- o? Gallup, JZ. F. Massam, Al
1 u-ju'rq'j, and B. F. Brown, lloa-
i.kt Sun Lugd corporation. of
i oKr-ido has f.-ed :ts charter m New
3I The pr.nc.pal N'ew Mexico
ff.-f- i? in Raton, in charge of O.
1- Philips. frt?tutory a-rent.
where for its supply. Peat the Drincicul fuel in TiAana iftinw ; rmi. .v.....
snbshtnte. Great quantities are being produced from the extensive peat bogs at Spandan, aear Berlin. German dria
are shown liere li-rH f mrV ; t. v C-....J... x - . uv.jua jiijs
- - nv.A u. m.. uua at jyTniii
4 Simple Form of Addition;
The Sum Opens the Door of Health
BEFORE PHOENIX SESSION
TlioePix, Ariz.. Nov. 12. The Kl
!.( . rilL Trhich pT.vdes for reclaroa
tma protects in this state, ww dts--u-
efi today nt a meeting- of the
stt land b-a-d -n ,th W. W. Slecht
and f? E. Wevmou'ii nffiriMa of tl.e
Vr ited Ptatffl rec"amation service.
jnt.r mattrr wire discussed by th
reclamation service and atate land
ffuriais, including a detailed conid-
rat.-tn of the San Carles project for
the irrigation of a largre area in ins
-i-it;- of Florence and extendng- to
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS IN
SILESIA FAVOR THE POLES !
Berlin, Germany, via London, Nov.
Reports that municipal elections
in upper Siles:? were favorable to the
Pole were off.ciallv confirmed here
toda. The Poles secured 4 percent
of tne votes In Hindenlserg district;
:r percent on tne average in the Beu
then, and SSO percent in the Tarao
w iiz districts.
FIND PLOT TO OVERTHROW
GOVERNMENT OF ECUADOR
Tu" -an. Ecuador, Nor. 12. A plot j
nas oeen uiscoerec nere to over
trrow the gxtvernmcnt A store of
arniF and ammunition has been c&p
ttrifcd by the authorities. The heads
oi tv. conspiracy are believed to be
in LGJomoia. . j
PHOEXII OFFICERS RAID
Phoeoir, Ariz., Nov. 12. The tenth
local officials this year was raided
Time At Show
Tonight Is Kiwanis Night
at hxhibit; Roads Are
Boosted at Luncheon.
Kiwani&ng promise the public a big-
time tonirht at th, made in El Paso
show at Liberty hall. Plana for to-
right Kiwanis club nicbt ware an
nounced at the noonday meeting; Wad
nesday at the Sheldon hotel, and la
elude a talk by Sam- Glllett, soma solo
dancinir. slng'ns; to be led by Frank
Cheek, an exhibit of babies born in
El Paso, stunts by tan men- in Bl Paso
made overall, and music by the muni
The Kiwanians unanimously en
dorsed a resolution favoring; the de
portation of men convicted of espion-ag-e.
and the stamping out of Bolatte
vism and -red" agitators and tbeir
Adrain Pool asked Kiwanians te
cte for the a-ood roads boru (mm
Saturday, which provides for lt,t
io bb spent improving roads la El
Paso county. He explained the bene
fits El Paso would receive If the roa4s
to Fabens and San Eilxario and to
Newman were improved.
Ben Lewis announced that some of
the theaters wotaid give life time
passes to El Paso's disabled men.
W. H. Seamon won the attendance
prize and W. H. Payne will be the
"goaf for next week.
The Ruby Coal Stove is raotavt
ed wish extra heavy cast iron Kb.
ings and flat dump grate: hat
large front feed door fitted with
mica. Just the stove for con
necting to fireplace. Carried ui
four sizes. Prices
$18.00. $22.50. $27, $31.50
The Derby Oak toft coal heater
has body made of cold rolled
steel; nic-Je-plated screw-dropt
dampers. la three sizes. Price
Onr complete tne of fireplace
fhtares are well worth gosn-g out
of your way to see. We men
Basket Grate, priced cp
Spark Guards, reason
ably priced 2.25
Folding Screens, op from 5.40
The Majestic Range
The Majestic Range is a real j
economy. Not figwiiis; the first !
ccet aiotse, but tee first cost pins j
three lo six moDtht' apbttp g
(fuel) the CMsioiay test of
Tae Ta-Bed at Xicht
A Simple Movement and the
Makes Two Rooms Out Of One
The TA-BED was designed lo sobe the problem of where
to put Ac tssexpeeted guest. It is sold at a price which
fits a moderate size purse aad has a finish and design that
will add beauty and dignity to any room. The TA-BED
cooks in fumed oak and mahogany finish. See special dis
play in oar show window.
ROGERS .FURNITURE COMPANY
He 1fe-8e4. IHtrttsae
107-9-11 S. Stints.
SOUR ILK FOB
PRINCE OF WALES VISITS
AMERICAN RED CROSS
national aad district leaders of the
organisation ware presented to him.
Afterwards ha Inspected tne Lincoln
memorial and rial ted the Walter Band
Washington, D. C Not. IX The
Srlnoe of Wales started tk second
av of his stay In Wasalngtar. with a
visit to tne national headquarters of ) The res armr Is approa-hiac the ether
the American Red Cross, where the rrd of the ipwum Osta-aMa Beeero.
Karaite From Herald Ada
Tuberculosis nmwf . .
dren. ,Lo have b T VJZ. hr chil-
windi Won- and snow iTd, 'tZZTtZ.S. woo wh cold
loemr. Ariz, -Nov. The tenth : openine the door for thlZLT X,'. , way " oeat lt -nev are
ue disUUery in violation of the Zf ?rt t0 tn-tnsehres, because they will become health awl
.bltion law to be discovered l y ! S' np into strong men and women. The rorJL
tuberculosis is waed amon rWlrT "Kf"" a--?
i . - . wkc usEcns irvit tn thM
Tuesday by sheriff Montgomerj- and; freqiwnt.y. aad onen mxirT u i. wfc cens itsei:
S!??Ii? '0Bfcn a sidence 12.O)0 childr lL adults.
as-ment, they said, a completely i "uiuuiy, oai many more grow to the afff vhen
quipped distilling plant together ' "lost productive in the country, between 25 znd dflJSZ t fce?"e
ith a -mall quant.ty of liquor and a , tuberculosis seizes them, and kills cmeiri c ytaTS J- a85- .Then
gallon barrel of grape mash.- Re- f this reason, amone mv Tilt tT -C. foVr wb2 e- It is for
, is held every Ieniber under tbjTtoection ofhe Narional Tnh-i li
Association, and 1.000 1or-l w ZT: ":-e Tuberculosis
; "KJim. uons amiiatetl -virh it
mefijo Monies and his son.
Montet. were arrested, but released
tneir own reccgnixance.
I 1KEH HOD CAir-TERT HATAGER 11X7 A I
here ski.i.isg his pkodict . z IS egroes Arrested
ji. v.ioier, mitniyr ol loe LiHkl-w-ooj
canne-y at lAke-rood, Eddy
eo-jn:y. Xtv Mexico, is in El Paso
selling some of the output of that
pl&r.t during- the season lust closed
Mr. Crozier stated that only nine car
loads -re nut up at his factory this
reason on -ccount of about a month
of ra:ns which came rig it in the can
A lit KKN'S WARDROBE.
Queen Mary's wardrobes are In
rr.arge of head robe maid, who has
hree assistants. Overnight the head
rrte nad receives instructions as to
ti p gowns her majesty will require
aid the hour when each will be
vant.ru the followiiur day, and it Is
tne robe maid's business to put out
panh of lhes fowns at the specified
for "Shooting Craps"
"Come seven" may resolve Itself
Into "pay ten" this afternoon. In the
court of justice R. B. Rawlins.
Tuesday night twelve negroes were
arrested In a Second street social clnb
on a charge of gaming. The arrest
was made by constable Sam Stepp.
who declares the negroes were
"shooting craps" on a pool table In
the room. He elams the man had ap
proximately 55 in small change on
Bisbee CHisens Plan
A Cooperative Store
Bisbee. Ariz., Nov. li Pinal plans
for the organization of a cooperative
store In this city were made last
night at a meeting of the various
union representative and interested
citizens. The plan of organisation
calls for a capitalization of S36.IHW.
but places the minimum at IK.Oflt
before the store will open for busi
ness. The latter amount has been
The store will be a branch of the
;c uojieratire league, wnicn nas
neaaouariers in ban ! rsndsCQ.
Urges Legion To Help
Fight The Radicalists
The crux of tho radical agitation
will bo reached within tho next
days In the opinion of J. M. Pollard,
president of the El Paso chapter of
the American Legion.
Referring to tne attack on ex
service men by L W. w. in Wash
ington. Tuesday, if- Pollard said:
The ex-service man more than any
body el.e will be called on to bear
the brunt of the radical onslaught
m this country. As he fought over
seas, he will have to fight hers to
complete the victory for real democ
racy. There are even Bolshevists
among the ranks of the legion. But
these are not many. I am sure. le
gion members must unite to help oust
I. W W. and suppress their activities."
CONVICT ESCAFBS ttiOM IEX.
Santa Fe, X. SI, Nov. II. Daniel
Flores. a convict of the state peniten- hay on the state farm, north of tho
tiary, escaped late yesterday after- penitentiary. Men have been trailing
nna-ifi fVf-im f Hja .v-i nsr al -irt-'. Kal(H kl i .
..w... - bs. wsiuii, ---- ,- aiuue ue ma.ue on escape.
When you huy Posium
you know lis price and
are sure of iis quality.
Market fluctuations do nof
influence it. and there s a
standard in flavor that does
There are additional rea
sons "why so iriany
coffee drinkers are changing io
P ' Tjfr&re's a Wesson" jl
B5 Macfe by the POSTUM CEREAL CO. Battle Creek. Michigan. 3
Yale Coach Directs
Oarsmen From Airplane
New Haven. Conn., Nov. 12. George
- Mu.voorn, oue OK 1SI xale CTSW
coaches, inaugurated a novel stunt
recently when he directed the -nn.
Jments of one of the Tale craws from
m airpiane in ine local naroor. Lieu
tenant l.ucas, or the local aviation
school, piloted the plane while Tan
Santvoord megaphoned to the crew.
ARIZONA GOVERNOR SIGNS
3 PRISONERS' PAROLES
Phoenix, Arix., Nov. 15. It was
announced Tuesday at the executive
offices that Gov. Campbell had
signed paroles of thr'e prisoners
er.nfined In the prison or Jails In va
rious parts of the state. Mrs. Maud
McNeil was -aroled from the Coco
nino county Jail after having been
convicted on August , 1919. and sen
tenced to serve 14 mont'.is on a charge
of illicit liquor traffic She was
represented as being the mother of
three .children needing her support.
A condition Af the narolA n, rlut
she leave the state.
John Secum waa paroled from the
Pima county Jail hav'uar been sen
tenced to serve seven months on an
Illicit liquor traffic charge.
E. W Barrett was paroled from
the state prison at Florence where
he was sent Fehmir 99 isie
having been convicted on a charge of
passing fictitious checks. His parole
was issued in the belief that It wan
necessary to have a dlaount
TWO GIVEN PRISON TERMS
BY U. S. DISTRICT COURT
At their trial Wednesday in the
United states district court tn the
federal bnllding on the charge of bay
ing In their possession 24 quarts M
tequila, which they knew to have been
Illegally Imported, Jose Jacques and
Rellodore Leal pleaded guilty and
were each sentenced to one year and
a day In the federal penitentiary at
The case against Rose Fontaln. on
the same charge, was dismissed. Jac
ques and Leal will be delivered to the
Immigration authorities at the expira
tion of their sentences.
FIKsS 1NSCRANCD I'HKMIl'MS
MILLION'S HOKE THAN CLAIMS
Austin, Texas. Nov. 1!. Premiums
paid to Texaa fire Insursnce com
panies during the past year were
6,03.:88, in ezcess of claims paid
by them, according to reports made
to the commissioner of insurance and
banking. Foreign companies paid
SM42.I67 more in claims than they
receive din premiums.
Life insurance companies also
fared well in the state, a- they col
lected S14.76I 3 a-i'l piH out S3 S42.
r,' r'a.e-i-.I socieMc- suffered a
--gair't ia e-xu '.ars ol t'j.tl- ,
Nothing is Better For the
Nothing Is better for growing
chicks than a liberal supply of soar
milk. If It can be obtained, it always
should h kept before them In an
open diss or pas where, they can eat
ard drink It freely. When soar
rank Is fed. the amount of beef scrap
In the dry ma-it may be redaeed one
Plenty "tef fresh, clean water Is
absolutely neeeesary for all growing
chicks. In hot weather. It should be
given twice dally and put Into foun
tains or dishes and placed In the
shade so as to keep as cool as possi
ble. Clean the water dish thoroughly
each day before filling.
An abundance of free range with
plenty of shade la necessary It chicks
are to grow rapMly and develop into
vigorous fowls. Growing efaleks that
nave free range o stain quantities or
green feed, hags, worms, and other
thlnca. therefore reoulrlncr leas Brain.
and they are also less liable to sick
ness or disease, aire your chlcKS
free range whenever possible.
Bemetaber that It Is smell easier
to keen birds healthy and well than
to cure them after thev are sick.
Guard against disease by giving the
lewis ana crocus proper care at an
times. Keen la mind the followtsu.:
Lice, mites, filth, poor feed, dtrty
nater, damp bouses, drafts, aad lack
of care and attention bread disease.
Sunlight, fresh air. dean houses aad
runs, irood feed, fresh water aad srood
care and attention mean health, vigor.
Remove the sail from house- bar-
lnc dirt floors and hanl In clean saad.
sandy loam, or aehea. A general tall
clean no will mean greater winter
Chickens will net give adeqaate re-1
turns tn egas or growth when kPt
under Insanitary conditions.
TirmTY FOTjnnr district court.
ledge "W, D, Hottc. presiding.
State vs. H. I Ro hereon, mas
slaughter, on trial.
Halite W. Sanders vs. Lea W.
Sanders, divorce tiled.
Walter Jordan vs. SUsabetb Jordan,
FORTY FIRST DISTRICT COURT.
Jud P. R. Price, Presiding.
Mrs. Anna M. Benton, vs. Security
BanK and Trust company, gsrntsn-
ment after Judgment rued.
COTJXTT CIVIL COURT.
Judx-e J. ST. Deaver. Presiding.
David A. XcKenzfe vs. J. X. Con-
lin. et al, salt for debt of SIM; o
COCYTT CIUMI.VAX COURT.
Judce B. It. SleCllatarfc. PremliHsr,
State vs. c. IT. Litchfield, carrying
pistol, on trial.
JUSTICE COURT. I'LACK NO," S.
Justice Clark Wrtrht. Prrstdtag.
State vs. A. M. Lockhart and C A.
Anderson, sneedlnf-, n leaded irullty
and fined SI and costs.
PII0E.MX TRADES COITSCII,
APPROVES CHOAFF POLICT
Phoenix. Arts- Nov. II. a new
phase In the imbroglio over control of
tho Arizona Labor Jonrrnl developed
Tuesday, when It became known that
the Phoenix Trades ooundl. at a meet
ing Monday night, adopted a resolu
tion expressing approval of the edito
rial policy of Thomas Croaff and as
sociates, who have been In control of
the publication. A group -of labor men
secured from the superior court a
temporary order restraining Croaff
and associates from publishing the
To Hotels, Restaurants. Boarding
Places and Private Consumers: In
a few days I will have a carload of
canned tomatoes from the Pecos Val
ley, solid hand packed. The best In
the world. I wDI sell to anyone who
win buy a case or more at factory
price, plus cose of delivery. Hold
your orders until you see these goods.
S. G. Humphreys,
Adr. Hotel Paso del Norte.
of many delicious dishes
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