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EL PASO HERALD
John D. Byan Brands bsa
False Accusations of
Washington, D. C . Not. IS. Denial
' accusations contained in a te!e
Tan sent to secretary Baker by rep--t,sei.talives
Frear, Wisconsin and
Ma:e, New York, majority in embers
nf the bouse subcommittee inpesti--at
iner air' raft expenditures, were
natce today by John D. Ryan, otf New
ork. former second assistant secre
lary of war. uho had charge of afr-
raft production during the war. The
- 'far-.Magee telegram cnargea tna:
rai'-oad from Laike Pleasant to
Ef-scent Lake, in the state of Wash-
ngiou. cost the government Jl 15,00i
ni'lt an i represented a total ex
it, nditnre of 000,00
T.n. expenditure referred to." the
j, tLAtfcineru a:d covered not only
. i- oost of tn 39 miles of main line
. . -i-aed. htii ahu all expenditures
1 en XMnectioa with terminal fa-'-,(3,
antic side tracks and appar
isn.a of eery kind except roiling
-W-K. which went into the construc
tor! of the railway and constant ed
liart 'hereof "
he telegram also charged thavt the
L-.are investigations may disclose,
cndiuoss japon whidh a recovery can
bad against John D. Ryan and
rj-Ti. who are responsible for thii
aseful expenditure of puhile "funds.
Rpirinfr to this. Mr. Ryan stated.
- proDaoiy uie nrst time in ais
hat Uie majority of a eomsniutee I
ed .th judicial authority not
;n"..Hrer. tu accusations wnicn i
. n founded, but endeavored
( ; V i opinion in the tmpree-
fit there had been a grave
.ero-i o duty by engaging in
MuMsfacisaW' staple Km of
Kgk CraJeKW Owe.
Sizes 7, 8 aid 8.
Regal rmc it $3M
a Block and Save
Tke Berg Co.
,304 East Ovrlasd St
You Can Set Aside the Law
He who attkes a W31 avottk Ae actios al &e
State Law. Hie Stale bag provided that k this
case each testator caa make his owb kw.
If yxna fs3 to provide tkk Miegtiarrl, jtmji estate
wiU be imaserKatery dtstrSwied by an iirlmrnritnilnr
i sbrct aooaidaHce with the State Law. Yoer wife
mil get her dower snterat bo mote
What wil ihe do wiA k? Will sbe tavett k
wisely, or w3I she be led ato specuIaliVe Heidi by
fooSsk bat peroat well seining, fiicsd?
Avoiel al thit sajcertaioty by appoiatmg thi weH
rxmjjpperl Trast Caespaay Eiecator or Tnittee.
Y wil find BMtch iaforiBalioB afesg this fee k
owr latast True BeoUet which we will glstfly aeS.
yon am leanest
ifilPaso Baak&Trust Company
The Auction House
321 East Su Aafeaia St
Opening Night Nov, 18th,
7 P. M -
Don't mixj the Opening Night. Tuesday the 18th. Everybody
invited Big musical program free. Bar gains on the bargain
counter and fun for aE.
Open for busmen November 15th. If you want to buy or sett
anything, see Waher A. Williams, die Aoctioaeer. I sell rserchaa
die, livestock, automobiles. fuTnitore, rhamoods, watches, guns,
rugs, pictures in fact, any and everything at auction or private
sale. See Williams, the auctioneer, for terms, and list your goods.
321 E. SAN ANTONIO ST, BASEMENT.
To Care For
El Pasoans Are Called
Upon to Help Texas
A meeting win be held in tha coon
ty court room at the courthouse on
November IS at T:M oeloek, to eeasM
er.plans for raising toads to property
care for, and restore to health, dis
charged Texas soldiers, suffering
It has been found essential tost a
sanatorium be established In western
Texas for those who returned victims
nf tuberculosis, conseonent upon bard-
ships and suffering in the trenches
and while facing the enemy's gas at
Governor Hobby, Dr. Goddard. state
health officer. HU Towns, and others,
have organized with the purpose of
raising a fund of not leas tnaa
000 to erect and equip the necessary
buildings ror a sanatorium, me ieo
erat government will make an allow
ance sufficient for the maintenance of
the institution. It is estimated that
there are In this state same 400 dis
charged soldiers Buffering with this
'There must be no tempo! isuik :
Judge J. II. Gogs-is, member of the'
district exemption Doarv or ie.
and tne money must oe raawi to
build a home to care far these men.
ITme to Act.
For the nast two rears and more
the public has been called upon for
contributions to so many eadertak-
,no ha. TMMIIuImI SM wlllbmrV
that these of only ordorary means
have long since seriously felt the
strain. But wltnoot in tne least Dis
paraging any or tne many nooie an-
dertakrogs for the relief of suffering
and distress, wherever found. I feel
made to the public more worthy of a
Bay that no appeal aas neen
heartv raananse than tbJe. It Is for
victims of the sacrifices matte for us.
They ae powerless bo hero tbesn
aelves. We must help them
"The necessary funds can be raised
by comparatively small laagirWnal
contributions, if made by all who
should be willing to att. Without
suggesting aay amount, it is asked
that every man. woman and clrlld con
tribute somethtng toward the dis
charge of this debt. All interested are
asked to be present at the meeting,
and especially those who were con
nected with the selective servJee."
Judge Goggin Is Joined in the call
for the meetinc by A. Boone, 3. A.
BsoaJeda and Dan Carr. county ex
emption board; L, A. Dais. w. J. Xo-
mi aula a. pujum.i. vawuuvu
boaM No. 1: J. T. WiWaaa, A. H.
Goldstein. I G. Wlthersnoon and John
Hardy, exemption noara r.o. a.
WASHINGTON OFFICER COMES
MERE TO NINTH ENGINEERS 4
Washington. D. C Nov. it- Cant.
Albert is Montgomary. tranasortateon
corps, in the oxTloe of tin eMaf of
enalusars. has bees ordered to loin
the N nth engineers at B aae; Capt
Beverly M. uuner, uu cawarj.
lutnbua, is detailed to the quarter
master corps, to report to the direct d
I of puroaaaa ana aaaragn.
Mrs. Rarriett Tuttl BaxUett, N ac
tional Dhristaaal Lsotarer or the
Theosonhical Soeletv. will becin
series of free lectures en the Mys
teries of the Past, the FiwMems of
the Day and the Allegories of the
Bitrie illuminated Dy recent oiseov
eries. at the Counts' Court House. Sun
day evening; Hot. lfta. at eight
oelocfe. Her nrst lecture vw be
"The Minnie of the Arcs." Adv
Siess The Tlekle
Heals the Throat and Cores the
Couch. HAxaS HKaUHQ HONET
ISC A free box af QROTsTS O-PSN-
trate s&XfVM f sr cuest mias. Bead
Colds and Croup with every settle.
0ODBB0UCHT MCE I
Funeral Services For 111
Soldiers Held at Hobo
ken; One is Texan.
.New York. Nov. IX. Funeral ser
vices of 111 American soldiers who
lost their lives on the battle fields
of northern Russia, were held today
on the long pier at Haboken. where
the bodies were landed ay the trans
The services, held with roll mili
tary honors, were attended by repre
sentatives of official Washington,
many foreign governments and the
states from which the soldiers en-
itered the service.
The war department annennced
that bodies not claimed by relative
would be buried either In Ctpress
nuts cemetery. irooarn, or some na
tional cemetery to be selected later.
The soldiers whose bodies were on
the Daraga. aaaoUBOad by the war
department. Include Lieut. Frank B.
Garrett Wile. Oatesvllle, Tex.
Aliempling Flight From
England To Australia
2 Aviators Are Killed
London. Rag, Kov. li. Lieut. - R
M. Douglas, of the Australian flying
corps, and Lieut. J. S. L. Ross, his
navigator, who started from Honns
low today, for a flioat to Australia,
were killed shorQy after they began
their Journey. Tbetr airplane crashed
near Subltoa, fa Surrey. '
Lients. Done-Ian ami Ram w...
Aaatraltaa eatrajrta in the reliability
flirt t from Kngiaad to Australia for
the Australian government's prise of
(also have entered the cost eat. TM
w,ww. went . jsmrnsn aviators
conditions of the
are that the
distance of 11-SO
erd within 39 days.
ASKS $53,609,060 TO RAISE
PAY OF HEN IN U. S. NAVY
Washimeten. T. f sur ts tt.-o-k -r
Immediate par increases as the log!-! Shortly before adjournment fire
cal solution of the meet difficult I vice chairmen were elected. They are:
piltlilnsa now faeteg the Barry that of I Allen 'A. Tukey. Omaha: James
rota is lag the present officers and O'Brien, San Diego: J. P. Lewis. Long
men and obtaining new jonee secre- Prairie. Minn.: A. R. Chambers. Win
tary Daniels has recommended to the throp. Mass.. and William B. Follette.
bouse naval nimmlttee temietaiy in-1 Eugene, Ore.
creases segregating M,tO,e a year Among the rssolutions presented to
'or ail of fleers and men. the convention just before its close
The prepoeeel aew pay schedule I was one fixing the salary of the na
wonld remain la effect until June Ifl. ! tional commander at $"00 t veer Al
1IL though Mr. D'Olier announced be
Mr. Daniels also told the commit-1 would accept ne ther salary nor ex
tee that funds allowed naval officers ' senses, opponent.! forced the resolu-
or public and efflcial reeeptleas had
The followtng' an anal taereases
with similar sisTunr r i in the r or
offlcsra of csrTsspunding rank Is the
corps, were iwcosainaanett ay
Adasdralav rear ssmtrrnln vtea
mirals and eaptaln, 1M: command
ers, lea; lieutenant commanders.
ss: neu tenants, seajor grade. S7M:
Bewtenanto, tantsr mid, J cn
slras aad warrant ecfloers. Mt.
Monthly pay at chief patty officers
would be limited te IM ana that ef
other enlisted men . S4 Instead at
NEW RULE ON WAR RISK
Washington, Dl C Nov. 11. Under
modification of eondttioBs mnerniag
reinstatement of lapsed peifOes, an
nounced today by the war rMc in
surance bureau, no statement as te
physical condition will Ka moiIhmI
uffw moans alter atscaarge.
Policies may be reinstated within
is mourns arxer sjwenarge jTipsm psqr
nseat of two masdJaa nresitma amA
an lapsed policies may be instated
until next December 21. regardlea
mm inae auea a premium has
BRIG. SKN. r. C MARSHALL
. . SOBS TO CAMr-TATLOH
Saa Antonio. nxmt Kn.' is M,
Gea. J". C. Marshall, formeriy caas
jsaader of the . BrowMvOie district
has gone to CBnp Zachary Tayjor.
Louisville. Ky.. for station, according
to CoL A. K Baxton. etmrtMMt .
iutaat. Gea Marsfaaa wW command
a .brigade of the vlsoc atatJoBed at
BAVARIA'S CrrRHN ARKT
SAIIJ T8 NDMBBR 2SlBee
Berttia GtfniBv. Nov. tt m. r-
Aasontated Press). The uewty or
ganised ejrjsen Kuard ef Bavaria now
umbers IM.ses. According- to the
Taeajmche RudsBhau. it is proposed
to increase It t Md.aM
HeRNBRoeR: vtsm ojixab.i.
rVeedfflo. Texas. Nov. IX CM.
BBses J. Harf(M nun i n J i i .
the American foreiyi In tli Rf Tl .1
dwtrlrt. with headejoarlers at Marfa,
TMted PresMla yaeterday. tmd r i mm 1
'aw river ns ussso. Max, for a call
Gea. Isedra Cai dkiaa. nsaninsmW akf
the Qflaasrx gauUen. Gea. Careens
tendered Cot HarBbreek a review of
tin garrlaoB. wldch essolsta af the
Sard and the SSth rsgdaaeats ef MedU
NATAL SCOUTS DISSOLVED
New York. Her. II. Dtajatullsn af
the AmericaB laajer naval aad marine
aeeuts, was aaaepBced Wedaeeday by
the direeters as a result ef the cam
trevrersy with the secretary of the
A coat "in the making occupies
a esaspleaoBs place in the Made in
1 Paso display af Flsohbelo Broth
ers at Liberty Hall. The t&eleteeised
ceax shows the ears aad hasd labor
that gees into the making' of aae of
their garments. And any an who
imagtaea his clothes are Just patched
tasether "any way will be aum-tesd
at the infinite number of stitches re
quired and the careful cutting and
matching revealed Is their dothes.
The life of the garment Is wholly
dependent upon Its lasMe construc
tion. Hand Tattering guarantees bet
ter finish and longer durability to
your clothes aad more so with theirs
Jsscsmae the are made "rieht Wn
Kl Paso.' Adv.
Why Druggists Reconneiii
For many years druggists have
watched with mueb Interest the re
markable record maiatalaed by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the greet kid
ney, liver and bladder medicine.
It Is a paystetau'a proscription.
8was-Reot Is a strengthening
medicine. It helps the kidneys, liver
and bladder do the work nature In
tended they ahonld do.
Swamp-Root has stood the test of
years It Is sold by all druggists on
Its merit and It shocld help you. So
other kidney medicine has so many
Be sure to get Swamp-Root and
stsrt treatment at once.
However, if von wiah first to test
:his srrcat preparation send ten cents I
to T'r. K.lmer & Co, B'nsrhum'on. N j
. fr a sairitle bottle When wr'tinj 1
be sure and ir,- nt.''n T. c IZi Prso Her-
PMladelphian Made Na
tional Commander; Bonus
Isfiue up to Congress.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. It. The
first annual convention of the Amer
ican Legion last night elected Frank
lin D'Olier. of Philadelphia, as its
national commander, and voted to
have congress consider the advisa
bility of approving further bonuses
for service men. Rev. F. A. Kelly, of
New York, was elected national chap
Iain. D'Olier was the first candidate
nominated. He was named by the
Arkansas delegation. California
passed its nominating right to New
York and Stuyvesant Fish placed the
name of Hanford HacNlder. of Mason
City, la., before the convention. The
Virginia delegation nominated Les
lie Jones, of Washington, l. C and
Kentucky named as its cht ice Emmett
O-NeiL of Louisville. Jack Sullivan,
of Seattle, nominated by the North
Dakota delegates, withdrew, as did
chairman Henry D. Lindsley, of Dal
las, nominated by the Texas delega
tion. The vote was: '
D'Olier. . XacNIder. 249; Jones.
U; O'Neill. 18.
Texas la Honored.
The title of past national com
mander was conferred upon Mr. Linds
ley. Kmctlon of the national commander
followed a turbulent afternoon when
a mass of resolutions and reports
Representative R. C. Johnson, of
Aberdeen, a D who served in France,
supplied the inspiration which decided
the bonus issue.
A broad ariety of subjects, includ
ing the Centralia tragedy. Industrial
unrest and the National Non-Partlsan
league were touched upon.
Delegates from northwest states
drew up a resolution assailing the
activities of president A. C Townler,
of the Nonpartisan league, but It was
Declarations placing the league on
record against anti-American propa
ganda and activities were adoDted.
tion to a vote, hut were defeated.
Villifymg U. S., Former
Foe Official Says We
Were 'Neutral on Paper
Berlin, Germany. Nov. 13. Dr. Karl
Helfferlch. former German vice chan
oelor, on the witness stand before the
war investigation committee, began
a laae drawn out villlfication of the
United States, culminating with the
"America maintained a mere paper!
neutrality. President Wilson was ssat
tailed to make money out of European
blood and suffering."
This declaration was greeted with
"bravoa" from the spectators and
many German newspaper men. It
ai eased deputy Cohen; who demanded
that Hetfferlch be forbidden to use
such expressions. But chairmaa
Wermuth ruled that the method of ex
pression by witnesses cannot be con
trolled. U. S. WANTS SERVICE MEN
TO GO TO WEST POINT
Service In the united States army
during the war. whether it was vol
untary er the result of draft will be
Credited to applicants from tne army
for afppolstmeat to Wast Point mili
tary academy. A mssawraaduis car
rying; this announcement has been
received st district military bead
CTuarters from Mai. Gen. Joseph T.
Dickman, department commander.
The announcement Is forwarded to
this district by order of the secre
tary of war.
The instructions say that relative
to the selecUoa cf candidates from
among enlisted men of the army for
appointment to West Point, prior
service is te be considered in connec
tion with the requirement that they
shall have not less than one year's
service as enlisted men .
The department, uie memorandum
states, is desirous that vacancies at
the academy from the army be filled
as the result of the examinations tv
be held in February. 192-
W0ULD MEET TO TAKE
UP PROBLEMS OF PEACE
(Continued from pace 1J
between November 3 aad .Novem
ber 10, according to a BoUhevB:
wireless message received. The
mciuacea said all officers who
refused te aurrender were shot by
their own soldiers.
Nieolai Lenlne has sent a letter to
Turkestan communists, in which he
says that the restoration of com
munication between soviet Russis and
Turkestan "opens the way for a strug
gle against universal imperialism,"
he added, "by Great Britain."
The message Is interpreted nere as
hint at operations in the direction
of British India.
BelakevIU TaKe iSMm.
Omsk. Siberia, Nov. 13 (By the
Ansncfated Press.l The town of IS-
him, SO miles north of Petropavlovsk,
has been occupied by the Bolsheviki.
They have crossed the lshim river and
advanced from 21 to 50 miles on an
irregular front to the town of to
kushf. on the Kurban railway.
(Tokushl is 150 miles east of Omsk.)
EXLISTMEKTS IN TUB ARMY.
The army enl.stments Wednesday
were: Lee Tolley, Lubbock. Tex , motor
transport corp- Kuirene j:. nariey. ci
Paso, field artillery, and James S. Col-
llns. El Paso, sienal corps. The last .
named was formerly a ;-tona neuten- 1
ant or cavalry.
KENTl C KIAN JOINS SAVT.
Charles Herbert Gaither. Fordsville,
Ky.. enlisted here Wednesday as ap
prentice seaman for naval service. He
was previously in the army for two
PLAN TO RAISE NEWSPAPER
RATES IS GIVEN APPROVAL
Xew York. Nov. ia. Material In
creases in advertising and subscrip
tion rates, limitation of the else of
newspapers and provisions in adver
tising contracts whereby rates caa
be adjusted monthly or quarterly,
were recommendations made yester
day by a special convention of the
American Newspaper Publishers' as
sociation, called to consider the news
The 1 sport of the resolutions com
mittee was adopted unanimously.
T8 KKSUMK BEER MAKING.
San Fran da co. Calif, Nov. It,
Ralph 8am t, president of the Cali
fornia Brewers' association, notified
the internal revenue oliectoe here
today thai he would i e'in at once t'i
manufactu of b-er tcntair.in -
th r r t a' - 1 . act' rdi-sr t" an an
El Paso Rotary
Of Army Work
Only 2656 Men at Fort
Bliss; 9000 Needed by
El Pase Rotary was told at its
luncheon Thursday what the war de
partment is giving the army tn the
way of educational and vocational
training. The apeaker was chaplain
Walter B. Zimmerman, district mo
The men of the arms- are bow
taught many trades and also given
a large amount of academic instruc
tion. The advantages of the work,
he explained, are being advertised m
daily and weekly papers all over the
country. la order that El Paso Rotary
may give its fa nest cooperation the
cnapiain will mail to each Roi
rnfnpi'tte OB.J!5?e 01 the work, "Joue -
Chaplain Zimmerman exnlamed
that in spite of the advantages the
present army offered over the pre
war fighting force, men were hard
to get and hard to hold.
"There are IS5C men at Fort
BHu now, although there la room
ror aeeo In the orcanlxatlons lo
cated here." he said.
Rotary did more than Its usual
amount of boasting Thursday. It met
every demand iter support made on it
in soata farm or other
Plea for nigh 8 radian.
Ben Howell, of the high school,
asked the club to support the Thanks
giving football game by buying
tickets so that money might be raised
to provide a sod surface for the
stadium. The club agreed.
In bet wen appeals A. B. Rowlands
delivered an invitation to the club to
meet tomorrow with the Ad club at
Jack Sheehan asked the club to sup
port the entertainment to be present
ed shortly by the Orpheus club as
proof of appreciation the crab felt to
ward the Orpheus club for helping the
Rotarv minstralK hum mnnfh. -,
Volney R. stOes seconded the motion
f?d I111 . CromMe. president, ruled
that Charlev Andrew vimM H.
mltted to sell tickets at the next
TJrge Sopnort of Bonds.
George Le Baron urged support et
the hijrbiine canal nrolect and m.
roads. W. G. Roe urged support of
good roads and especially of the bond
auienanieni u come up Saturday.
S. J. Brient asked the club to sup
port the Y. 14. c. A. classes tn effect
W. G. Roe was made the mat fAe
the next week. Nell Shearman got
the attendance prise, a Boy 8eout
hand book. By coincidence he is pres
ident of the sa Paso scouts.
The application for active member
ship of J. MsRIn. horn tkttflitwr w
I read. Birthday coltectlona were made
, from Mike' Forester, Ben Clements
and Ed Rankin.
The Prise Winners.
When the arize is Inner v an
nounce, j. R Segal! protested that he
had won but one prise staea he Joined
the dub and that wan two weeks ago.
He east the Prize he wen consisted of
an annual pass good far the rest of
this year from Parral ta Duraago. It
was donated by M. L Hutehiaa.
G. A. Martin reminded the Reparians
that tonight la Rosary niirht at the
"Made la B Paso show. He asked
that as many members as possible
wear special caatuane for the ec
casion. The luncheon vraa camclndsd by
sougs by Mac J. J. Kaster and Char
ATTORNHY PIXBO 710
FOR FAILIA'G TO APPBAR
For his failure to appear in court
notwithstanding notification. John T.
Weeks, attorney for the defendant ia
the ease of the United States vs. Mar
Bea. a Chinaman, was adjudged in
contempt of the federal court Wednes
day and the clerk was directed to
enter a 110 fine against Weeks.
ITw 88 fears Old Bat Wetlcs At
Traac of Bbca-aiaiUi and J eeta
Yonnger Since Piles
The oldest active blacksmith la
Michigan is still pounding his anvil
In the town of Homer thanks to my
internal method for treating piles.
Mr. Jacob Lyon. Homer. Mich.
I wish that you could hear htm
tell of his many experiences with
ointments, salves, dilators, etc., be
fore he tried my metbod. Here la a
letter Just received from him:
Mr. K. R. Page. Marshall. Mich.
Dear Sir: I want you to know
what your treatment has done for
me. I had suffered with piles for
many years and nsed suppositories
and all kinds of treatments, but
never a-ot relief until I tried yours.
Am now completely cured. Although
I am ss years 01a. ana tne oiaest
active blacksmith In Michigan, I .feel
years younger since the piles have
left mc I will surely recommend it
to all I know who suffer this way.
Too can use my letter any way you 1
wish and I hone tt will lead others .
to try this wonderful remedy. !
J. L. LYON.
There are thousands of afflicted
neonle suffering with plies who have
never yet tried the one sensible way
0f treating tnem.
Don't he cut. Don t waste money
on foolish salves, ointments, dilators,
etc. hut send today for a Free Trial
of my internal me'hod for the healing
No matter whether your ease Is of
long standing or recent development
whether It is occasional or Perma
nent you should send for this free
No matter where you live jto mat
ter what your age or occupation If
you are troubled with plies, my meth
od will relieve you promptly.
Tula liberal offer of tree treatment
ts too Important tar you to neglect
a single day. Write bow. Bead no
money. Simply mart the coupes but
do this bow TODAY.
FREE PILL REMEDY
E. R. Page,
IMS Pae BIdg., Mart&aH, Mkk
Please send free trial of yoar
PLAN FIRM NOTE
Allies Also Warn Germany
Sale of Aviation Mate-
rial Violates Armistice. !
Paris, France, Nov. IS. The su-1
preme council today discussed the
note to be sent to Rumania in re- .
snonse to Rumania's recent note, j
The allied reply, it is forecast, will
be firm In tone and will be forwarded
to Bucharest within two days.
The report received from the allied '
commissioner to Budapest was eon- ;
stdered as showing that political con- 1
dltions in Hungary were much im
proved and there were indications of i
a coal Et ion government being organ
i the peace conference could deal.
ised snort ly in suaspesi witn waien
Another subject taLen up by the
council was the elections recently I
held in Silesia. A note to Germany j
was framed, advising that country
to disregard these elections. A note
also was sent to Germany warning I
the Berlin government that the sale j
of German aviation material Is a I
violation of the armistice and will
not be tolerated. i
RUMANIA DEMANDS RETURN I
OF MATERIALS BY TURKS
Constantinople, Turkey, Nov. 13.
'French Wireless Service.) Rumania,
It is learned, is making demands upon
the Turkish government for the re
turn of materials alleged to have bee-,
taken from the Rumanian factories
by the Turks during the occupation
of Dobnidja, a special delegate of the .
Rumanian government having been
sent here to present the rstsads A i
portion of the material haa already '
been returned to Its original owners
through the efforts of a commission ;
appointed by Turkey to investigate I
the Roman tan claims. Legal owner- j
ship ef certain machinery claimed. '
however. Is asserted by Its Turkish j
possessors, who have produced papers ,
to show that they bought it from the '
Smallpox Scares Thief;
Drops Laundry Bundle
Smallpox will serve
as well as
Lets Wednesday evening Mrs. J. w. :
Taylor. 3505 Madison avenue, put a .
Package nf laundry on the front porch .
for the driver to pick OP A few
minutes later she saw a yoamg man.
apparently about 12 years of age. '
take the laundry from the porch. '
She remembered that aha desired to '
give instructions for the washing af 1
the clothes. As she opened the door '
the man turned with such a startled ,
air that she realised he was not the
"Wait a minute," aha called. I
But the thief was not Inclined to !
linger and started to run. Mra. Tay- i
lor caught up with him.
"Don't you know we have smallpox !
here," she said. Tbe man stepped.
Be gasped. He looked at the quaran- !
tine card on the house. Then he
dropped the clothing.
"Thank goodness you caught me,"
be said. He explained his needs and
told why he had attempted the theft.
Alter his explanation Be decided te
go before the woman, coal summon
an officer. He broke lato a run and
Farmerette Wants Job
On An El Paso Farm
Do you know of ' anybody who
wants to hire a farjaeretteT
If you do. Mies Beatrice fope of
Tucaina. Calif, would esnsiuer it a
favor if you would let her know
Miss Cope Is a farmerette and
wants a Job around Rl Paso. Roland
Harwell, county farm agaat. received
a letter from Miss Cope. Thursday.
In which sbe says aha Is fitted for
all kinds of farm work, but has ape-
exu aonity in pKKiasr
tomatoes and nursery work, mean tag
siise t ope learnea to on au-int
tes war aad haa decided to keep
it up. It Is her opinion that the
world would be better off If mors
women thought the asms way. Her
address is route x. box i, care 1
Ford. Tueatpa. Calif.
CANSAS CITY GETS NEXT
SESSION OF BASEBALL MEN
Springfield, Maaa. Nov. IX With
the choice of KnaaaaCtty Me, aa the
ISIS -Ih. Tj Tv .
action of considerable minor business
the ansusl nmtlau of tbe National
Association of Professional Baseball
leagues dosed today.
i E. W. Dieawrsoa, spin Hat editor of
I the Grand ItapMs, Mica, Herald, was
! elected class B member of the na-
! tional board of arbitration. A- R. Tear-
ney. president ef the Westers league,
was advanced to class A membership
on the board.
A ruling was put through regarding
liena on baseball with the result that
liens may be exercised feroaly three
dueTn. VJ?o r.'SFZj;;?-
meat ef dues to the national aasocla- !
Almost ail the fossil animals that
nave been obtained in China by
foreigners have been purchased ia
By BTTV-K BVTTS.
1 irHEN the train nulled eat af tbe
' ' Tickville depot Tuesday moraine.
poke Sisjey aad a struge vaDsc were
the ears thug left aa the depot
Fletcher Henatep list set in on lis
loaf winter sBeace ef leaeisg a novel,
aad stepped wag eeeugh today te
kick at the eat.
Clab Hanosck says that one of the
! most interesting things in the vorld .
1 is ta go out end sit on the pig fen '
I ani s-atch a pig grow.
"Who Played Poker With Pocahontas" (when
John Smith went away)
If sou like th; "Al Johon" jfjie 500 wSl.csttamts art this ne
November record hit price 85c other new
Columbia Records For November
SlMe, Keltj, Slide Svcabrvm's Original Jazz Band
I Ami 'En Cot 'En No Time to Have the Blua
Fm Forever Blowing Babbitt (Vocal Ci.wm)
Beautiful Ohio Blues (One-Step) Saxophone Quartette
Jerrs Ntra Bases
In Miami Nora Bases
Sweet Hawaiian Momght (Waltz) Columbia Orchestra
A Night In 1 tab Medics Waltz Colombia Orchestra
The Firecracker (Spanak Waltz) Colombia Spanish Band
Casets (Spannh Dance) Columbia Spanish Orchestra
Our Director March Columbia Band
National Emblem Mdhh U. S. S. Penmsbam Band
Three Times A. Month
VICTOR on the first
COLUMBIA an the 1 0th and
Wartime Control of Tele
phone and TelePTaph
Cost $14,418,637. !
Washhlngton. I". C, 'ov. IS. War- I
time operation of the telephone and ;
telerraph systems of the country cost I
the federal -overnment S1.41S.J?. ac- I
fording to a report of postmaster gen-
j era! Burleson transmitted to con-
i areas today by president Wilson. This
sum represents the differences be-
, i , ,K.
panics taken over and the compensa
tion guaranteed by the government.
HOUSEWIVES WILL EE SHOWN
WHAT CITY DOES FOR THEM
Hiss Helen Hubbard Swift baa com
pleted a eh art showing the relation
of all city departments to the home.
She will aae the chart in the near fa-
' tBr iB a lecture before women of the
city. Tbe purpose of the chart is to
I educate the housewife to what the
city does for her and to what she has
a right to expect of the city govern -
meat- t will alsobe an aid in the
study of political economy and give
women a practical Insight into what
government means to the home, she ,
- says. !
' ASK WITKSSES TO F1LK i
N'AMKS B8FORS KEAHING
Alderman William T. Griffith asks
-P'es and employes who wish
to testify before the state welfare
commission at its session to be held
i ia El Paso from November 19 to 12,
to hand in thetr names either to him
or the city clerk. This ia done mere
ly to facilitate matters in tan natiO
eatlon of witnesses as to the saving
This commission will take testi
mony regarding cost of living, work
in nr conditions, wages, etc, as a baals
of fixing a minimum wags In certain
lines of industry like mercantile es
tablishments, laundries, telephone
companies and others.
Christmas Trees Get your order in
early. Scarce last year. Wright
Nursery Co. Phone S79. Adv.
Tear Friends Fade Away
In a few months if the prints are
not correctly made. We get the most i
out of films and are properly
quipped with apparatus and expert
woramen to mane prtntat that last. 1
Diamond Floor Paints
Sunset Paint Co.
47 Texas Street
QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE
Jo Is on
(sou all (no Al)
has just made a New
Fte Jazz Urehestra
US TOOK HAIL OBSESS.
HILLS SLOG. PHOKE 1400.
F. S. AIKSA CO., INC.
WhilOTle Ocuiis sad Bealera la
Leaders ta their Use. have put ' - -stamp
of approval on the Todd P-r ii
tosraph System of Checa Pr-.'-ct.p.
through- the metaltation of RRt:i--TgHET
CHKWCA1. FirUtC BD1JI
SITT PkOTOB CHECKS.
"ggBII Hotel BMC
.gfXHEL El Paw T-x
HgHhBBBBBB PTl- IMI
mWmWrSmW "Better be
Ikjgsr Safe thus
Poblteaed by p.-ia) permission ft -F.
S. A Co.. Inc.
Oar rrst-ra -r rtsciatraucn p-ev.r -as
from l:ins ctttelu to t:d'a
tbe use of depositors, we seil : ' s " " -proof
carets to ttanka for -.ht 'r u .
se enly ad to customers d-'reet.
First Marl But,
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