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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1919.
Salado Cattle Go. Received
Big Consignments Week
of Not. 8th.
The Salado Cattle company, of
Guadalupe county. New Mexico, has
receded 20.000 head of sheep and 400
head of cattle from Montana, accord
ing to reports received for the week
enumg Xo ember 10, by the Pan
handle and Southwestern Stockmen's
At Glazier. Texas. In the Canadian
district. Hall and Williams sold to
Temple Atkins 700 two year old steers
weighing 662 pounds each, at nine
cents, or $59.50 a head. In the Alpine,
Texas, district, Clyde Burtrlll bought
0S cattle, and leased from Charles
and Ben Pruett their ranch 15 miles
north of Hove .
rattle shipments from the Vaughn,
X M, and Canadian and Alpine. Tex
as 'btricts follow:
Shipments to Kansas City of old
r-nv, b I. Blgbee, two cars from
Kr.cTio N- M : C. S. Martinez, two cars
from Pastura. N M.; Howard Payn.
ffi'jr cars from Vaughn, and Payn ft
Loveless, one car from Encino.
shipments from Canadian, Texas, to
Kinp Citj By Parsell, six cars of
'as, R ch Brown, one car of calves;
Tz . five cars of cows and steers:
''Ii , fie cars of cows.
Sh iiments from Glazier, Texas, to
Kansas Citv Hopkins, two cars of
os. Lock hart Bros, two cars of
i-ci'.:-, &Pd F. N. Hall, three cars of
:er shipments By A. B. McPee,
11 crs of steers from Canadian to
5a "agosa, Texas . Hogeland & John
so cars of steers from Canadian
o R.verton. Texas; I. B. Drake, four
t cf steers from Glasler to St. Joe,
s- proents from the Alpine, Texas,
rli, t, to Fort Worth By Jack
"rLnd, one car of horses from Al
p Joe Tlarmon, one car of cows
one of calree from Alpine: J. D.
V "i :chLeon, two cars of calves from
. r A. S Gage, two cars of cplve
e.sht of cows from Marathon:
l' rrham, three cars of cows
frm Marathon and Haymond: R. W.
Vr-'f'a two cars of cows from Hay--i
l h M. Tankersley. one car of
Mrs f-oro Havmond; Pearson, one
,-r r.i steers and cows,
other Fhi-nents from the Alpine
nitr ct Br Turner & Garcia, two can
; i o-s an-i one of bulls from Mara
I on to F&n Anton o. Texas: J. H.
Ia,o k , Three rra of two a nd three
.var old heifers from Marfa to San
A omo: P A J.-ckson, one car of
ncrsf-s from Marfa to Sweetwater,
CLASS A LEAGUES TO ASK
Fp-mgfield. Mass.. Nov. 12. After
a dav and evening spent mainly In
-ociiMlity rind "fanning bees, the
National Association of Professional
l.s-ball Lesg-nes went into real
l.usines session, taking up the big
f.-.ass of subjects that it Is expected
make th: year's annual , meeting1
".emorable. One point that will be
rpred by the cIpss A representatives
,s an additional member for this
t lars of leagues on the national arbi
tral -on board. The Western league is
"trans for this move. As now made
. p '"lass AA ha fear members, class
v to and class B one.
8 3N NEBRASKA.
Tj'.nco.n, Neb.. Nov. 12. With Lin
coln and other comiBuntttes facing
ft, el shortages, Nebraska wai in the
rnp of a cold wave today. Tempera-
-j res ranged from seven degrees
.00 ve zero here to eight below at
Rurrmage your house from cellar
to garret now First Pres. Chrrch.
I h 112S -for auto to call for bundles.
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
Th-re is one sure way that never
'a;'? id remove dandruff completely
rd that is to dissolve It. This de-
troy -i 1 entirely. To do this, just
.t tout four ounces of plain, ordin-
l:nuid arvon; apply It at night
en retir'ntr' use enough to moisten
'- era p and rub :t in gently with the
' nctr ips
mormnr, most If not all, of your
and-jf be gone, and three or
f.rr ir.' re applications wlwll rom
e otsoe ard entirely destroy
- r stipI s.gn and trace of it, no
rtr h-w much dandruff you may
v0u will find, too, that all itching
- d fg ng of ihe scalp will stop In- .
Tit v. and tour hair will be fluffy,;
l stream glossy, silky and soft, and
,V : r.d fee1 a hundred times better. :
ru r"n sret Itrjuid arvon at any1
z. -is-. It la inexpensive, and four
- .bus ,s all .ou wt'l need. Tnis1
nple re-redy has never been known
Wants a Clear,
A Skin Free of Blemishes
and With the Tint of
if you bav a clear, smooth velvety,
: ru:hful skin, free of pimples and
rr.er unsightly blernisnes, you need
rp-.er fear the Impression you make?
f a" jou meet ior s. woman with a"
comiiesif": always appcirs
r'..-nir--and there is no ioy like
. at u i,ch (omes from knowing that'
, j ' ft our bpgt.
Porr women are endowed by na
t - w :h a c ar. smooth skin; others
r - f fortunate, can acquire it by
-r of the popular Black and
v, e Eeaut; Treatitnt whifh con-!
1 cTt nf B'a k an,? ""e Ointment
. . m? Yfu wr.o suffer the emar-
- i-cTr-rit of a dark, sallow, muddv.
. --,'P'e ion, p'mpies, rreck'ea, liver
-eig and ether skin blelmisbes, can
if "appv with a beautiful skin. Go
j our nearest drdz store and get a
l c package cf P.lack and White Oint
" -Rt and hlack and White Soap.
. t before rt nn?, bathe your face.
T' r nek v-ith the Sfap and ap-
the n.rtment srordlng' to direc
The next morning wash ot'
' v Oinf-en Its ven easy to apply
-d h.s dehg-"tfu a1? old crtam and
,ge The D!ak and White Beauty
"eitr-cn is als sfe and de-end-kv,p
Money r-rt. if not satisfiea.
i.-" ise cu r t's advertisement
1 ' 1 -o f 1 k and White, Box
' . Mt" i ixis, f: , for a free sam-I'te-ature
and cpv of the Black
,te Birthdax ard Dream Book.
Is Ohio Lawyer
John F. Kramer Named to
Direct Enforcement of
Washington. D. C Not. IX. Jobs
P. Kramer, an attorney of Mansfield,
O.. has been appointed fedexal pro-
commissioner In direct
cbarg:e of the enforcement of war
time and constitutional prohibition.
Telia Enforcement Plans.
Daniel C Roper, commissioner of
internal revenue, today made public
plans for enforcement of prohibition.
Mr. Kramer will hare as aids an
executive field force of nine super
vising agents and a director In each
state. The supervising federal agents
will Tisve Jurisdiction over nine ter
ritorial nnits In which the country
ha ben divided.
TTnder the direction of the super
vising aeent will be a mohile force
of federal aent. which will be set
from one point to another as condi
TTenouaters of the suoelpvlsine
federal arents, although not definitely
riectd tmon. probably will be located
Alanv X. Y.- New York citv: Kch
"on. V.: Phl'a'e'ohia: Atlanta:
-!-a-o: Or ha: Uttle Rock and Sin
Praciwo. The dTartents or nnits
ovor which f-lr Jnrisdirtlon 'will f
tpnd pre o h Viown is the rorth
e"ern. New York, ea'te'n. OTrthen.
rolf. centil. n--thwestern, south -western
A S J V Coenenvtlon.
TMeotors wti keen I constant
touch with the governors and
the attornev renrals of the various
st-tes to which tr-Av are awaiamed and
onlist the ccoeration of all utate and
local s"thoiities In the enforcement
of tHe hwt
Mr. Row said that only hlflrh class
men wonid reemployed as lnsoectors.
Oth- officials said Jndiclous handling
of enforcement provisions was abso
lutely necess?v If the rmenmen'
was to have full cooperation of all
The commissioner's program leaves
no doubt th- wi'-e state oftlclala
or cornty officials do not enforce the
law vigorously, federal (rovernraent"s
reoresentative wf!I proceed In tlelr
own way to drive out Illicit liquor sel-
ltrMr. Boper In hia statement asked
for U-e eoooeratlon of all reliTtcua. so
cial, fraternal, labor and dm organl-
sation' in n-?ventlog the Ulegal sale
115 In GlohTbwrici
Charged With Vklaiing
Wartime 'Drv Measure
Globe, An. Nov. II Special agenU
of the department of 1'' ce opeMd
a campaign In this district Toeay
aeainst violators of the wartime pro
hibition act. One hundred
. .-t. m iBfmed In United
States commissioner Heentman's court ;
and about half that nnmbes. were
given their preliminary hearing. Bach
defendant arraigned Tuesday after
noon was places unoer
appear at tne nexi lerro m
eral court. i
4 'tnrlr of the defendants ar
raigned were foreigners, but the de-
naTTment or juaiice oiiiitui
that several prominent residents ofj
this district will be arrested dwlng
the present week. ,
. ia oharred in the Indictments
Issued that the defendants meanrtac-
i-.i i . i uuialtnn at
tin wartime prohibition act.
.ji wt- n.iimtrf wan nt to i
the state chemist tor ana, yew :
nTitj.ii as hlrti aa 11 per cent ai-
Drunken Visitors Mast
Keep Quiet in Juarez
Aa a result of a number of "hilar
ious parties' staged by Americans in
Juarez, mayor J. Trinidad Romero,
of that city, has issued an order to
Itta nnliee denartment to arrest
Americans who become intoxicated
ana to see tna t iney axe given jtiwvu
sentences. ... ,
"I am not opposed to the A men-
cans having a good time." the mayor
R wKn tw Mint, over here
with 50 or JS0S and get Intoxicated,
lukj . "v 1 nuim paper, tne governor said, "but
or to have It' stolen. Then they make . t recall no serious trouble with the
complaints and It causes the 4Jt-a W. w. there. I believe the cripple
ment much trouble. 80 I have ordered returned and was escorted to the citv
that jail sentences up to 36 days eon- line, a second time and told not to re
finement shall be given In case of turn.
conviction." I "The L W. W. wrote a lot of stuff
Six foreigners landed in the Juarez nrotent of th. .u..i
Irishman with a wooden leg. On be
ing arrested he -unstrapped the lee;
and used it as a dub In a fight with
TUCON BAH?. C0KS0! ATE
WITH CAPITAL OF $28,0O8
Tucson, Arit, No-. It. One of die
strongest banking Institutions of
Artxona. witn gross eapitaj at zrwr-
coo, lias been created by the absorjv- j
11UU UJ .K1M11IB nMWUU suis.
of the Merchants Bank and Trust
company. The officers of the two
institutions have been retained, with
an addfd vice president, E. W. Clay
ton, who has been manager of the
Bank at Safford. At the head of the
organisation is Chas. F. Solomon eon
of the founder of Solomonviile.
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
FUNERAL SBKTICSS HELD.
Funeral services for Elmer Albert
Vfiil.mt..n. 11 months of n off
r mil fm Rdwsrd R winter- I
eea. 4059 Hueco street were held In'": had been practicing law with his
the Peak chapel at 3 oclock Wednes- I brother.
day afternoon. Burial was in Ever-1 The young commander of the
green cemetery. American Legion post was a noted
athlete when he was a student at the
XEXICAX APPLIES POR 'niS I University of Washington
FIRST crrizrcNSHll' PAPERS ItacBlfrenh was 22 years old. He
Felix Bonavldea. 50 years old and returned from France last stay, after
a man of family, made application 22 months' service,
for and was ciien Wednesday his Dale Hubbard, the third man killed,
first American citlsenshlp papers. 'served with the 2Stb engineers in
Beoavides is a local laborer It Is France, be was married two weeks
alleged in bis declaration that he ago In Los Angeles. CaHf. Mrs. Hub
first entered this country in 1878, bard was standing on the street view,
crcssing the Rio Grande In an ox- ing the parade, but did not see her
cart in that ear at the old river husband fall.
fort of Paso del Norte, near hire.
LOVETT l- SALT LAKE, 1
Salt Lake City, Nov. I !. Judge
Robert S. Lovett, president of the
l"n on Pacific railroad, arrived ia
Salt Lake last night on an inspeetlea
tour of the company's properties. He
as accompanied by other officials of
TO GRADE TORXILLO STKKBT.
Street comrrissioner Charles I
SrS f r,Si -rnrts .I-T-. S'l
tween First and Second streets will
besin Thursday of this week. It will
be graded and surfaced down to the
Peyton packing house.
Carry a Kodak.
There's room for one on both Tsoei
ness and pleasure trips. We sell and
also lend kodaks. Supplies of all
kinds. Expert developing.
1. F. Gaadera rketo Sapoly Co.
lit E. San Antolno St. Adv.
Scientists e-pect to find the earliest
remains of primative man in the vast
plateau of Central Asia, north of the
0 MOB ILE,
SAYS' GOV. HARTIPARADE DECIDED
Declares Centralia Will Be
Kept Quiet; Eefuses
to Call Troops.
(Continued from pace 1.)
' pursuers As they clinched Hubbard
received roar aronods in tfie body
! nlner P" overpowered Smith
and he was taken to Jan, later to be
removed and hanged after ritisens
earned tnat lour or tne rormer sol
diers had died. An attempt to lynch
Smith was made before he was lodged
In the jail.
Tou fellows can't bang me." be
'1 was sent to do my duty and I did
Smith was tossed from a bridge af
ter a rope was tied about his nee
nd a I'ftll. nf htlllA. utll l.tn hi.
body. The party worked slleotlv nJ i visions, and the place where each dl
in darkness while taking him from ; vl'OB w"1 form wae designated.
Three separate investigations are
under way. Two agents of the federal
department of Justice arrived early
today from Seattle to Inquire Into the
Governor Sends Investigator.
A representative of Gov. Hart was
ordered here hurriedly from Olympla
last night for an inquiry and upon his
preliminary report too ay cne gover
nor was expected to make sotne'an
louncement of steps contemplated by
A eemmHfee of former service
men and ethers trere making an
Investigation and one member of
this declared last night it already
Vd obtained evidence indicating
yesterday clash had been
BlasDed months ago by the radi-
Herman Allen, an attorney, who
maae this an nouncemen t. said James
Lamb, one of M alleged members of
tne industrial workers taken Into
custody yesterday, had made a state
ment disclosing the premeditated na
ture of the firing.
A company of state 'guards arrived
The guardsmen found the town pa
troled by members of the American
' Seenr Town For Radicals.
In groups, some Increased la aixe
oy civilians, tney scourea ue town
yesterday afternoon and last night
for men suspected of belonging to
the radical order or of parUcipating
In the attack on the parade. Others
petroled the grounds about toe JalL
Whether they were on duty there at
the time a mob broke is and removed
Smith from an unlocked cell ia . dis
puted point. 8onae CeatraU&ns -declare
the rormer service men were not
there: the police assert they were.
Tne reason for the attack has net
been developed fully, bat Herman A!
lea. an attorney, and member of s
committee of former service men and
others cooperating with tne author
ities in investigating the affair, sild
uxe last Bigot evidence Bed seen se
cured uurt it was premeditated.
Mr. Allen declared that tele
gmms 1acrn frtrei fbe pockets of
Brick Smith supported Lamb's ae
eeaort of radical activities and
From Seattle came Information that
it was believed, largely as a result
of an article printed in a Seattle labor
organ, that the attack on the parade
was a result of a campaign inaugur
ated by Centralia business men to rM
tne city or radicals.
So Mob Role, Sara Governor.
Gov. Hart is on his way from
Cheney, in the eastern part of the
state, to the capital, having started
immediately n receipt of -word.
through the Associated Press, that
aisoruers naa occurred ft ere. nntii fee
receive we report OI nut secre
" come here to investigate the sltu-
e aa m.
ruie at centralis.'
T,- .-J L .
, - l bkwi w unr 4rooi
01s secrexary early today. He
forced to snend last slsrhe in
kne. owing to the ammllifiEr of mv.
era! trains aa a result of the recent
Gov. Hart declared a request that
troops be sent to Centralia was fol
io wea oy a canceiaxieo. which came
from the prosecuting attorney. The
governor assumed the cancelation;
came too late to halt the departure
uxe suras irom cracoma.
Cripple Ordered to Leave.
-A cripple was escorted to a point
'j, outside of Centralia. twe or three
' - . 1. . . . VT . . - ' -TiT
literature and pushing t? satooT a
Tfteir reports were accompanied by
affidavits, which were referred to th
attorner areneraL Tb .ttnrnnv n.
eml said nothing could be done aa
nu.oing naa come irom tne prosecut
ing attorney lndicatina- an inability
toxjope with the situation."
The American Legion will act to rid
the town of radicals who have been
increasing jn numbers here for some
time members said. The L W. W. H
wu rata, nave maoe centralia
headquarters 4or Lewis county, work-
aesf 11 vili una U LU HQ IVgBUlK CamuS
and other Industrial plants. Last night
the legion discussed the situation.
Members said they were determined
that every I. W. W. most leave the
The vats killed our commander
and three more of our best dots,
W one. of the easervfee men last
night, "and they wHI co beeauxr.
as Americans, vre iriH see that
they are got out of here for nil
Grimm was 31 years eld and leaves
wraow ana baoy aauguer. He rr
turned a abort time ago from Siberia
Ben Casagranda, another of those 1
Killed, nas rjeen nere lor some time.
He was employed as a bootblack. He
served with the 91st division in
Ownider la Parade Shot.
Jacob Phltxer, one of the wounded
men, came from bis home ftt Chehalis
to participate is the parade. He was
shot tarougn tne arm. Jonn isvan
Watt was shot through the spleen and
attending physicians did not hpld
much hope for his recopery. Watt
served in France. His parents live
MacTSlfreslv Phltxer and Crist Cole
man, another of those wonnded, were
all members of company M. 161st in
fantry, a Washington regiment.
Uttle is known of Brick Smith. He
is said to have come to Centralia a
short time ago. Nothing which might
found la hia possession. He was in j
his 20th year, ot medium keight and
had close cropped red hair.
Legion Hints Secret Body.
A abort time ago a local character,
known as "Blind Tom," who acted as
secretary of the I. W. W. local, was
told by citizens to leave town because
OBDER OF TRUCK
Chamber of Commerce An
nounces Trucks and Divis
ions to Which Assigned.
Pinal arrangements as to the order
In which the trucks will proceed in
the "Ship by Truck. parade, were de-
dded upon Wednesday morning at the
I . . , ... ,
automotive trades and highways de-
partment of the chamber of com
Up to noon private truck operators
had placed 135 trucks in the demon -stration.
This figure does not include
the city automotive equipment or the
army truck companies. All trucks
were assigned to their respective dl-
The various divisions of the parade
will form aq follows:
Transcontinental truck will head
parade, starting from chamber of
Fire department division will form
from chamber of commerce on San
Francisco street to Durango street.
Dealers' division will follow fire de
partment, forming on San Francisco
street, from Durango to Union station
Truck Transportation division will
follow ' Dealers, forming on Anthony
street, south of San Francisco street.
Truck Users' division will follow
Truck Transportation division, form
ing on Durango street south of San
City trucks and navy and army will
oring up the rear.
Concerns who expect to enter trucks
in the event, are urged to comirrunt
cate with the automotive trades de
partment of the chamber of commerce
Immediately, not later than Thursday
noon. Trucks and drivers must be at
their stations in the parade not later
than 2:30 oclock. in order that the pa
rade may start on time at 3 oclock.
Many Concerns Entered.
Concerns entering trucks la the
parade up to Wednesday noon, and the
division to which they were assigned
are as follows:
Trl-State Bottling Works, 2. Users"
Tri-State Accessories Corp., Z
Navy, 1, navy division.
E. P. Sash and Door Co., Z, users'
Field Parker, 1, users' 'livtsion.
EI Paso Dilry. 15. users' division 1
Sharp Elliott. 1, uaers' division.
Ldngwells. 10, truck transporta
B. &, B., 1, truck transportation
Boss Rubber Co., 1, truck users'
' Lester Motor Co , 2. dealers' divla
Buquor Motor Co , 3, dealers' di
Lone Star Motor Co,
Tri-State Motor Co., 10. dealers'
Wafkins Motor Co, 3, dealers' di
Naquin Motor Co, 2.
Texas Co . 4, truck users' division.
Rio Grands Oil Co., i, users' divis
ion. Pierce-Fordyce. 3, users' division.
Magnolia Oil Co , 5, users' division.
Odom s Transfer. I, truck transpor
City Service,' 10, truck transporta
Fry Motor Co., 2, dealers' division.
Krakauer, Zork & Moye's. IS. deal-
Borderland Auto Supply, 2, users
Great Western Oil Co., 2, nsers
Gulf Refining Co.. users' division.
Garrett Motor Co, 3, dealers' di
Walters and Durham 2, dealers dt
Calumet Oil Corp., 1. users dlvls
A. Courchesne. 1, users' division.
West Texas Fuel and Feed, 1. users'
Hines Lumber Co, 4. users' division.
Heid Bros. 2, users' division.
Lander Lumber Co, X users' divis
ion. Gaston Lumber Co, 1, users divis
El Paso Lumber Co, 1. users divla
Rhelnhelmer Lumber Co, 7u users
Santa Fe Fuel Co, 1, users division.
Alameda Fuel A Grain, 1, users' di
Globe Mills, 1. users' division.
8. W. Portland Cement, 1, users' di
vision. Leon Barry Furniture Co, 2. users'
of Us alleged in :endiary speeches. He
soon returned He represents a Seat
tle organ of the Red j here and dis
tributes the paper. He was among
those arrested today
From Yakima came word that mem
bers of the American Legion post
there were discussing formation of a
secret organization within the legion
which. It waa thought from the phras
ing of the advices, might be designed
to combat radicalism.
The post vice commander at Ya
kima. C. P. Knglehart, gave out a
statement that the post would con-
aider its attitude toward "disorders
in the Yakima valley" at a meeting
Of Increases In Pay
A copy of the postal bulletin issued
by the first assistant postmaster
aeneraL embodying official authori
sation for increased compensation for
certain postal service employes, has
just reacneu. tne oiuce 01 posunasier
B. A. snetton.
It provides the following Increases,
effective at once:
For those receiving not less tian
21000 nor more than 91200, an in
crease of COO.
For those receiving more than
21200 and not more than $lG0n, an
Increase of IloO.
For those receiving more than
iltOO and not more than 12000. an
increase of 3125.
For those receiving more than
$2000 and not more than at.
increase of lioo.
MINERS WILL NOT RETURN
Springfield, 111, Nor. 1 2. A sked
whether th m.ners would obey the
strike rescinding order of acting pres
ident Lewis, Frank Farmlnston.
chairman of the miners" scale com
mittee, today said:
"In my Judgment the miners will
not return to work."
He added, however, that he spoke
onlr 'or those of districts he repre
sented. Farrlnffton said the imnressfon that
the "alata bad been wined clean." so
far as demands were cenre-ned hid !
no basis In fact, although th minora
stood ready to negotiate a n.-w sca:e
"The old demand, will stand." Far
rington stated. They were formu- 1
lated by the Cleveland convention. All
of them, however, are subject to ne- .
Miners representatives will Insist,
be declared, tnat anv new aEreement
be effective at once, and not on March
City, Says Count
Accompanies Sister to Meet
Her Husband From
"If I had been'with our Italian poet.
D'Annuaxio. I would probably have
been with him la the Flume affair, for
we Italians feel that city is really
Italian sad sbeuld be ours." said count
Amelio del Sen. of Rome, who ar
rived at the Paso del Norte Tuesday
la company with his sister. Mrs Em
ma SarU, to meet her husband. Vespa.
ciano SarlL who is looking after his
mining Interests (n Chihuahua.
-We Italians feel that Fiume is
not neeeosary to the Jugo Slavs, who
have little in the way of trade. They
have IS other small porta, undevel
oned as yet. but'wfc eh thev can ue
We helped win the war. Besides, we
proposed to make Frame a free port,
anyway. D'Annanzio ia a persona
friend of stiae."
l&TiZ2& awSPatScned to,
the Wt"S sxmy IrT Italy and to the
prince of Wales for four months. The
latter waa a captain in the Brltian
army in liaiy. vaw cg.ui. . ,
Miss Leta Bell, of New York. She is
now ia that city.
31. 1S2, as operators formerly con
tended. Mr. Farrington, who will leave late
today for Washington, said he was
hopeful that the scale conference
would he productive of speedy results.
He win be aeeompaaled by vice presi
dent Harrv Fmbwlck and secretary
treasnrer Walter Nesblt. of the nil-
GALLUP COAL FKLD MINERS
RETURNING TO THEIR WORK
Santa Fe. NT. M Nor. 12. Miners
In the Gallup coal fields are going
baf k ra work la Increasing numbers.
although apparently notice of the
cancelation of the strike order has
not been received by the anion offi
cials. The Gallup American reports
today that it now has men at
work, which is aa increase of 4 men
over Monday's force. Other mines
there are said to be increasing their
forces also. ,
A detachment of a captain and Is
men and three machine guns has
been sent to Fort Wiagate from Gal
lup to take temporary station. This
was on .orders of neadenarters of the
southern department. This is pre
sumed to be for tab reason that Fort
Winwate ia sow used for storage of
the T. N. T.
Governor -Larraxolo win return to
night from Las Vegas. There has
been no intimation of his plans as
to disposition of federal troops after
the union efxlxsals receive and act
upon the notice of cancelation of the
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'
CLUB RAIDED AT PORTLAND
Portland. Ore, Nov. It. Police here
last mgnt raweei me neanquarxera
And Sailors' club and took ti men into
meS rotSt" a rsc
tion' or tne I. w. w. at centralia.
Wash. The men were taken to the
police station for Investigation.
A auaattty of. radical literature was
found- la toe dob rsBtne by the police.
U. S. CANT ACTHN L W. W. '
CASE UNTIL Mi OVERT ACT
Washington. D. C, Nov. 12. At tor- .
ney general Palmer said todav no or- ,
ders bad been seat to department ti
justice agents to prevent any 1 W. I
W. propaganda campaign la the .
northwest uecaoau the department
could not act under present law un
til soBse overt act kad been com
mitted. FEW MINFRS REPORT FOR
WORK IN" INDIANA FIELDS
Terre Haute, Ind, Nov. 12 While 1
coal mines in the Ind'ana fields were
ready for operation today and miners' I
trains ran oa regular schedu'e, few ;
men reported for work and neither 1
miners nor operators look rnr any
thing like norma production for sev
I. W. W. PLAN TO LAUNCH
PROPAGANDA IN WEST?
Spokane, Wash, Nov. 12. That In-
m m is ksif
Today AH New M
An extra good program of
short subjects will be shown
at tae Bijou. Mrs. Sidney
Drew in a comedy. Mack
Swain in a comedy, Texas
Gainan in her latest west
ern feature, and the new
"Fox news reel Ne. 7. Bring
the whole family.
The Blgsrtrt and Beat
Picture Brer Made By
The Xevr 'Pex" Feature
1 "THE SPEED
A Play of Dare-Devil Deeds
lie ii hi m m
Alr Allison -Tair avaemer.-
Senator Thomas S. Martin
Succumbs at Charlottes
Charlottesville. Vt, Nov. It Sena
tor Thomas S. Martin, the Democratic
leader in the senate, died here today
after an illness of several months
He was 72 years old.
dust rial Workers of the World axe
preparing to launch from their head
quarters here a propaganda campaign
throughout the northwest and perhaps
through the entire west in the near
future, was toe declaration here 10
lay of officiala of the department of
justice. So far they said, no orders
to proceed against them have been re
ceived. VIOLENCE IS THREATENED
AGAINST L W. W. CAPTIVES
Portland, Ore. Nov. 12- A special '
to th. Telegram from Ctrl. says
a number of the t W. W. prisoners
wre removed today from the Cen-
traim tan and taken under heavy
guard to the county Jail at Cheballs.
Among the prisoners left la Cen
tralia was one said to hare killed
Warren Grimm. Threats of violence '
against him were said to be loud.
PLAN TO DEPORT ALIENS
SEIZED IN PORTLAND. ORE. ;
Portland. Ore, Nev. 12 Immediate
proceedings toward deportation of all
aliens among the men arrested last
night in a raid by the police at L W
W. headquarters here will be taken,
according to annonaceniea. by Bar
nett GoMsteln, acting United States
LEGION WOULD EXCLUDE
L W. W. FROM SIOUX CITY
Sioux City, lows, Nov. lJt Monahan
post ot the American Legion is to
take steps to exclude L W. W. head
quarters from Sioux City, was the
decision reached at the annual meet
ing of the legion, late last Bight.
GBRKAN METAL WOBKBRS
STHIKE IS CALL8D OFF
Berlin. Germany., Nov. 12 (By the
Associated Press l.-r-The metal work
era utrike. which had entered upon
its eighth week, waa sinuaily called
alt auuu.j h A - n -.- .
tee of IS directing It ordered the
strikers to make necessary arrange
ments for the immediate resumption
The seven weeks holiday cost a
big sum lost in wages and also
drained the strike treasury.
Ne Trouble About Baggage.
Since we have Inaugurated our
Specialized Baggage Service there is
ne further trouble about Baggage.
Going or coming have as handle your
City Service Co. TeL 3308.
'. Autoa. Bagsas-e, Taxis, Moving.-Adv.
, . . , ,fc. ,
1 ""nf. a-,M tod.sabl. a man
IriAMST H I
Prleea tC.ee, l-30. si-M. II
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