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THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1920. THE OGPEIN STANDAKU-LAAMllNliK ?
' ' 1 ms a Mill ia IIIIIW Mini null I al II I 1 HM- T m
--h- OBHEGON WAITS
Will Let His Achievements in
Mexico Justify U. S.
MEXICO CITY. Deo. 9. Efforts to
obtain recognition by the L'ntt d M.it.--
of the Obrcgon regime In Mexico will
not be carried on ac actlvol) at the
wnro under the ;idmlni.sli ation of
Artolfo dc la Hnertn. it is Indicated
It i flci'l.ii'.-.l In tt- uu lined ;n:il:Hv
Mm .idmlnistratlo nduring th net! few
months to act an his appeal for recog
nition. An Indication that recognition by
Ine lnlted Stnles Ik not far a way, It
If asserted, in the absence of Alberto
t, Paul from the Obregon cabinet.
It la understooil the formci- Mexican
' lb, in 1st eft to Franci it thi now
dint's choice for tn rventual repre
sentative in Washington.
The fact that within the prist few
day. Japan, Germany and ltrazil
have rTOgnl-'i Ab i ii b:.s aroused
Oflly mild newapapei comment. Sev
iihI jouransl have urged editorially
the necessity of recognition by the
L'nlted Suit! v iissertlng th.n would
mean similar action by n 1 1 the Kuro-
President Obrcgon spent the ui"ct
of hi.s first week in official 1 i f - al
home recuperating from the strenuous
progi'im of the Inauguration. He Is
following a rigid program of diet and
General Benjamin Hill, secretary of
war, is also III and It Is believed ho
win leave soon for Ijos Angeles, Cal.,
win re In" wil receivt treatment
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR
WILL STOP STRIKE RIOTS
Tm SEW YORK Dei i
-WPJ Cornwall of Weal Virginia, Speaking
to the members of the Southern so-
II eicty. declared order Is xolng to be
j 1 1 -'orert in i vi dlstui bed minrng i e
glons of ih state "if II takes every
HI and the L'nlted States In the
I -.vi I si ribing th .lingo
..jk county, tin governo laid II
HlI that there have been '.'forty or flft
i; "1 deaths and a numbei of peopli have
HH3 been beaten."
HHj The sheriff's office, hr added, "be
came the headquarters of the United 1
. ai ii. . iVm ker id tl
' : s full of ag I toi
R "If John L Lewi9 wants the re-
HBi apeet of the people for his union. ' the
Ww! governor said, "he has got to cut out
HLu the rough stuff"
NEW RECORD FOR SAVING
LIFE AND VESSELS MAUL
Bl WASHINGTON. Dec 9. New
ords in saving life and assisting dls
H tressed vessels were set by the coast
HHH guard during the pasi fiscal year, said
H the annual report oi Commandant W.
H E. Keynolds, made public today. Resl
jH cues aggregated 2417. Vessels ami
cargoes valued at $GS,T9,703 wore as
HH siated as against 5-0.000,000 in any
H preceding year, and 601 raft were
jHH seized for law violations.
Hj B ' i - i 1 1 I o
HHk mcnt as proposed last year by Sec re
fftHJ- Daniels- Is i
!N. Y. CENTRAL CLOSES
SHOPS: 500 MEN IDLE
TOL.ED' . i . Dec. !. ' 'losing of
the Campbell shops of the New Yuri;.
Central Railroad company on !.. tu
ber 16 was announced by George V.
Wilson, general shop foreman here.
The announcement said thai the
closing will be Indefinite and thai more
than 500 men, will be out of woi k as
Do Her Work
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does its duly well.
The same applies to the Electric
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I Grill, Percolator ano other
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M RETIRES j
Rear Admiral Ends Service of
47 Years With Highest
WASHINGTON, 1 e . 8. Real Ad-
i mlral ii T. Mayo, wartime commanfl-
el Of the l'nlted States fleet, goes
on tin- retired list of the navy today.
after more than 4 7 years of service.
He lias the distinction of having serv-
ed continuously In ; fiac command
longer than any other rent admlrnl
on the list.
Prior to and during the war with;
! Germany, Admiral Mayo hud charge
I of tin training 6f nearly half mll
' lion men and his command Im luded
'he protection of mo.it of the American'
soldiers sent to Prance.
Nearly 30 vearn of Admiral Mayos
loriK service have been spent at sea, I
his record showing 17 years of shore.
duly. Since hl relief as commander i
' ln-ehef of 'he fleet, he has been a!
member "f the general board anri now!
i senior member of (he Haitian court
of Inquiry. He will continue on ac-l
I tfvi servici until the court has been!
discharged, II was said, at ihe navy I
department and probably will remain,
i a member of Ihe general board
WORKERS TO OPEN
CHICAGO. Doc. 9. A cO-bpeiS ,
i ntivn piuno, organ and lalKIng
i machine fat t i la to he opened
bore Dei ember 2fi, aecordine to fin I
announoemenl today by w i'ii
soii, prealdenl of ihe new com
pany. T!iliteen members of the Piano
I and ii-uii Workers' union, who I
say the; were locked out at a lo
cal manufacturing company's
plant i wo months' ngo because "t
labor difierenei s ir.- the organ
izers of the company. Ar cording
jiu President Cllson 15000 lias been
Subscribed as the initial working
If KEEP BRIDE
Guardian Sought Custody of
Aged Man; Says Woman
TOPESkA, Kan . Dec 9, The suit
by which (he guardian of Jackson
Bamett, aged milllehatrs Indian
sought oustott) of his ward and his
Separation from his bride wan dis
missed by the Kansas supreme court
Wednesday The netion was dismiss
ed after t ail I O'Hornelt, of Hen
rietta. Okl.: . Ihe gilardli.,1. had paid
the costs in the ease amounting to
An agreemenj was reached several
months ago by fi'Hornett nnd Mrs
Darnell by which Mrs. Barnett agreed
to go back to Oklahoma with hex
husband and the guardian agreed not
to Interfere with thel ma rled life.
Mrs Barnett. then known as Mr
Anna Pauri Lows, and Barheti wi re
married at Coffeyvllle, Kan., on I'eb
ruarj :i. itto, and remained there
for two Weeks. The guardian claim
ed that the woman hnd kidnaped his
ward and was holding him a prisoner.
Weber Lodge No. 6
Free & Accepted Masons
Installation of officers. Thursday.
ember 9 8 p. m. Refreshments will
be served after the i ercmonv.
By order of the W. M.
r E, xicm w.s.
HHAH H Starting Today, 1 45, 3:30,
5.00. 6 30, 8 00, 9:30 P. M.
j 'l' ' ln her last ;mci srreatc3t pic"
OUV9 TMOMA? i'n"EvrOPvlf SWBl'THEARTi
- ; i, :, , . ;: Snules Laughter Tears
PATHE NEWS COMEDY
Sunday, Rex Beach's Greatest Novel, "The North Winds
"Human Megaphones" Sing rrom Skyscraper Roof to
Decide Who Has the Loudest Voice
E f P-1 I H1 -SI CkCE) l
1 1 K i ; i teorge Offerihari (left) and Roy LaPearl right
human megaphoues, have jugt settled u bet of $1000 as to which lias
the loudest voice. LaPearl copped the coin. Judges, stationed three
j blocks away, listened while the singers bellowed, accompanied by
Paul Dicse'i saxophanc, hum tin- tup bf the .Masonic temple, 'hi
cago's oddest skyscrfiper, Their voices rose above the roarof iraf
tic 385 feel below, al the noon hour. "I'll tell the world I love
you," they sang. And liiey sure did "tell the work." LaPearl lias
sung from liallo;us and airplanes and Offerman has spent 15 years
singing in competition with blaring lrass bands al Atlantic i itj
MINI Its v CUT.
KXOXV1LLK, Tenn.. Jiec. 9. The
Tennessee Copper company and Dlck
j town Sulphur. Copper and Iron com-
pan. both having larse copper mine
operations at Copper hill, announced
today trace reductions or ten per cent.
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JAPAN LOSES IN RACE
FOR NAVAL LEADERSHIP
LONDON, Dec. 9. Vlee Admiral
Baron Sad&kichl Koito, chief of the
Japanese naval board of education, ln-
tervlewed i the correspondent of the
London Time In Tokio. xaid Japan
was unable, because of financial and
technical reasons, to equal the naval
achievements of the leading maritime
The statement, the correspondent
says, was ln reply to a sugge.it inn thai
critics in America and elsewhere saw
iin ambition of Jaoun to equal. If
: not excel, the naval forces of her
most likely future rival.
! Baron Kan I -larcl Jupan can nol
build more than the eight capital shlp
authorised by the la,st regular diet.
bu1 It was lnt . 1 that this should
I equal, vessel fo. vessel, those of othet
powers and hence the construction
; nf the largest types.
The baron said he hoped arma-
, ments everywhere would be reduced.
CINCINNATI POLICE HALT
BILL HAYWOOD'S MEETING
CINCINNATI, Dec. 9. Acting on
orders of Mayor John Gahin. Cincin
nati police pi evenl.-d a meeting that
was to have lieen I'ddresscd here last
night b William U. Haywood Chi
cago, chief of the , W. V. A large
number of persons went to the hall
; but were told by il police thai the
meeting mi off Friends of Hay-
'wood said lie left the cltv last lllv'lll
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A Joyful Message to the LADIES. I ;
We are Giving a Great Reduction on Cousin's Shoes to I i I
Meet the Public Demand for Lower Priced Footwear. I
Our aim is to make December the largest shoe month I m
in the history of the department, and are making such
great reductions that you cannot afford to pass them up. B
Just think Ladies, to Footwear SI2.95-SI4.95 Ppa j ; H
Every Pair of Cousin's , KT rrzzzz fl
1 en INew Complete jT
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Evening Slippers a
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Every Pair of Cousin s black (i ,;
High or iYiilitary Heel Ox lOQC IOUr Choice M
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Same in Brown Kid : $ J 95 per
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i SEIZE WHIP
;Crew of 'Sub' Chaser Attacks
i Leaders. Desert Fleet for
LONDON, lec. K. officers of the
Italian submarine chaser 69-PN were
treacherously jittncked. bound and
;igged by Ihelr crew and then placed
in a boat which look them Into the!
hitrbor of Flume. s.is a Mil;m dispatch
to tho Iinilon Times describing the
desertion of the vessel from the block
lading fleet along the Dalmatian coast.
(When the boat landed, It was met byi
ISaptalii Oabrlel d'Annunzio, who Savei
I the men a cordial reception and made
Ian address In which he denounced as
In traltoi Admiral Mllo, In command if
.Kalian naval forces In tho Adriatic.
i tmbers of the d'Annunalo legion
; utiles were asked to kneel before the
' di'uerters. because their notion had
saved the honor of the Italian navy, '
lit is said, the poet -soldier setting an
miple by kneeling.
Most of tho furniture used in
Paraguay is made locally by small
DON T MISS THIS CHANCE
THE LITTLE RED HEART. "
! ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY,
i DECEMBER 18 8147
FOB TIN WAIFS
"Take an Invisible Guest in
Home at Christmas" Basis
of His Plan
MINNEAPOLIS, rec. 1. Herbert
Hoover, former federal food admin
istrator, told an audience here last
night thai should America abandon
Its charlt and relief work In eastern
and central Europe before 3.500,000
Children have been tided over ihe
wave of famine and the next harvest
fathered, ascendency of Bolshevism
In both enemy and friendly countries
"Take an Invisible guest into your
home ;t Christmas time." was his ap-
poal. "vte niusi have ;... uon nOu for
tivs.-- little waits, under-nourished or
planed children 110.000,000 for
medical supplies and the balance for
jfood and clothing."
Ml Hoover said 8.60Qi0O0 children
: had been served directly jfter the
armistice, but as conditions become
JS Gsrgle with warm selt water
then apply over throat
Ocf 17 Million Jirs t'iec Yearly
give as great and so lasting a pleasure as Books, and yet
costing so little If you are looking for inexpensive but
attractive Christmas presents
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I FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Resting on Past Honors By Blosser.
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more normal the burden on America 1
The plan for an "Invisible Riieat" H
calls for an empty chair at each ta- . M
, ble, symbolic of one or more chiM
i 1 1 5 1 ii apiece bj the tamfc V
v ho play host H
n UK BNDBSD KIDNEY
"I had a severe attack cf kidney H
trouble and for three weeks could not
li ' out of doors and scarcely out of
b 1 1 E ewer, lllafs fM
Springs, Ala. "Could not bend over H
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few doses and continued their use un
nl oompletel) cured. I consider l-'oley ViH
he besl kldne remedy gsfl
.in the world. No recurrence nf my
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