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ALU ES TELL RUMANIANS THAT THEY MUST NOT STRIP HUNGAR Supreme Council, Answering Note From Bucharest, In forms Eumania That Fixing Amount of Keparation From Hungary and Its Distribution Is Matter Un der Control of Entente, Not Eumania Alone. PARIS. France, Aug: 16. (By the .Associated Press. Rumania will i ot be permitted to strip Hungary according to tbe draft of tbe supreme co incils reply to the last note from Hncharest. which was complete-1 at rr.daj'a meeting of the council. The Bucharest government is in formed that the fixing of the amount n? reparation y be made by Hungary as well as its distribution, is a matter under control of the allied and nsso-- ated powers and that until final de cision is reached, all war, railway and agricultural matter now In Hungary am? subject to distribution would be i nder the common administration of the allied powers. The text of the rej-l follows: Text of Allied Replj. "The peace conference, without ie Terting to a certain number of points wT.ich call for correction on its part. not8 uith satisfaction the Rumanian declaration that St intends to work in agreement wKb the policy which the conrerence communicated through the military mission delegated to Buda pest by the supreme council. "directions sent three times by the conference to the mission of allied generals and communicated to Bucha-it-st have definitely, specifically and 1a detail set forth the present policies ' r tne amen powers toward Hun arv. the disarmament of Hungarian troops, the maintenance of order with me smallest possible number of for eign troops, the re victualing? of Hun rary and the abstentation of all inter ference in tbe internal politics of Hungary, preserving for that country a free expression of the national will Cnf KcroTcr at Present. "The supreme council Insists on the fart that the final recovery of war. railway or agricultural matter or of (attic, etc. cannot occur at present. According to the principles of the :eace conference, accepted by all tne allies and applied in particular in the treaty of peace with Germany, it is the rie-ht of the assembly of the allied and associated powers alone to fix the reparation to be made by Hungary ar.d determine upon its distribution :.mong interested states. Neither the Kumanian army nor the Rumanian government has the right itself to fix Rumania's Bhare, assets of all kinds belonging to Hungary being a pledge held by the allied powers in common." A formal denial that the Rumanian government favored the advent to power in Hungary of archduke Joseph was issued today by tbe Rumanian press bureau. Joseph Names Cabinet. Budapest. Hungary. Aug. It (By way of Berne.) Archduke Joseph, the head of the Hungarian state, has ap pointed a new government with Stephen Fried rich as premier. Martin Lovassy. who wad premier of the last cabinet, is foreign minister in the new government and baron Siglsmund Perenyl Is minister of the interior. CoL Johnson, Ordered To Ft Sam Houston, Sued For An Alleged False Arrest Columbus. O, Aug. 16. On the eve of his departure for Fort Sam Hous ton, where he is to become bead of the militia bureau, southwestern de partment. CoL Franklin O- Johnson, commandant at the Columbus bar racks, was made defendant in a 925, 000 damage suit filed here by Francis 3C. Doyle, former captain In the quar termaster's department under Col. Johnson. Doyle alleges false arrest. The damage suit Is the culmination of courtmartial proceedings instituted by CoL Johnson against CapL Doyle early last spring, in which Doyle was charged with conduct unbecoming nn officer. He was under arrest at the barracks for five months. Doyle, as counsel for a private who was to be tried by a special court, demanded a general court, and, being refused by CoL Johnson, appealed to the com mander of the central department at Chicago. This resulted in Doyle being arrested. Davie van fount) cmlltv bv a eeneral court, but the decision was reverseo by Maj. Gen. Leonard wood Summer Foot Comfort Kow Is the time you need the as slstance of our expert Foot Comfort man. He is here to help YOU. Don't hesitate to come and see him. for he will Kladly establish your trouble Dr. Scholl's Appliances are his spe cialty. Ask others what he has done for them. Lerner Shoe Co -OS San Antonio St El Paso's Foot Comfort Store. Adv Teutons Defend Rejection Of Allied Demand Refuse To Recall Gen. Von Der Goltz, Commander In The Baltic. Berlin. Germany. Aug. 15. (By the Associated Press). Germany, in its note refusing the allied demand to re call Gen. von der Goltx, the German commander in the Baltic, denies the charge that the German eradiation ot Letvia has been deUyed purposely and says that it has been proceeding in accordance with the plan arranged at a conference between the German commander and the British general, Gough. the allied commander on Jnly 19. "Authority Encroached On. Germany, tbe note adds, cannot meet any demands going beyond arti cle 12 of tbe armistice. The demand tor the recall of Gen. von der Goltx. it Is asserted. Is an eneror.zament on the authority of Germany which reserves the right to recall the general when the evacuation of Letvla is suffic iently advanced. The note adds that distress has been caused among the German volunteers in the Baltic re gion by the failure of the Ulman gov ernment in Latvia to grant Lettish citizenship to soldiers who desire It. The German government warns the allies against increasing the great possibilities of friction in Letvla by an overhasty withdrawal of the Ger man troops. OFFICER DURINGTHE WAR? THEN WEAR THIS BRAID There is general approval of the action taken by the war denartment uniform of enlisted men who have the bloody offensives of ( the unnuer helrt nmiminn. in ih. .rmv Hon. and fall of 1918 and that both of the Oil Cases Now Top Calendar In Mexican Court If Foreign Concerns Win Writs, Carranza Decrees Will Be Suspended. Mexico City. Hex., Aug. IS. Writs asked for by foreign oil Interests were placed at tbe head of the calendar by the supreme court Friday, the jus tices voting nnanimorsly to give them a status of urgent Importance. A committee of three Justices was named to classify petitions, which have been appealed from lower courts to the supreme tribunal, so that the full bench can begin an immediate been held by the First division, will study of the legal points Involved In be taken care of by French troops tne various petitions. The number of and tne Eigntn iniantry regimeni. ui the American army, which will remain on the Rhine probably for several y6$he Americans will retain control of Coblenz, of the fortress of Ehren breitstein, and the castle of Mole berge, the outermost post of the bridgehead. Few Marines Lived Through Two Fights, Says Relumed Man But few marines who went to France in the first marine contingent lived through the terrible days of Chateau Thierry and the Argonne Meuse offensives, according to Sergt. Joseph Hardt. a discharged marine who passed through El Paso Saturday en route to his home in Globe, Aria. Sergt. Hardt said that practically aU the old members of the famous Fifth and Sixth marines were killed during FIRST DIH STARTING HOME Yanks Who Captured Can tigny Leaving the Ehine to Sail for TJ. S. Coblenz. Germany, Aug. 16 (Br the Associated Press.) The American First division, the first division to land In France, and the captors of Cantigny, began leaving the Rhine for home this week. The taking of Cantigny, in the Montdidier sector, was made in the first attack by an American division on the western front. It is expected that all the troops to leave will have arrived at Brest within a week. The Coblenz bridgehead, which nas Remember when you said: m "It's simply impossible for me to save money the jjj way things are going these days." jj But you saved for your Liberty Bonds. s Which proves again jjf If there is a wffl, there is a way. H Aad you haven't suffered particularly have you? HI You can "repeat" if you really want to. AmericanTrust&SavingsBank 1 1 Paso and San Antonio Sts. . 4 Interest paid. Compounded serai-annaally; held commissions in tbe army More loan zive tnousand men trom tne reg ular army have served honorably and ably, and it is a just recognition of their ability to perform the duties of a commissioned officer that this soe- cial mark be accorded to them. order directs that enlisted men T-no have served on active duty as commissioned officers in the army and whose commissioned service was terminated honorably, are authorized to wear a band of forest green braid, one-half inch wide, on both sleeves of petitions which will be considered by tbe court is 68 up to the present. It is stated that this consideration will begin within tbe next IS days. Slay Avoid International Crisis. Should the supreme court grant the writs petitioned for by the foreign companies, presidential oil decrees against which the oil interests are fighting would be suspended and tbe petroleum situation would remain in status quo until congress acts on pending legislation. The action of the supreme court, together with1 the de cision of the senate to besrln work on petroleum legislation without waiting xor similar action by toe lower bouse has encouraged the hope that an in ternational crisis can be avoided. 9rin(tlf wn at I aTTlPfl Sergt. Hardt served with the 11th regiment o f marines which, with the 13th regiment composed a marine bri gade which was being formed to move Into the zone of activity when the war was brought to a close. The only marine regiments to see actual ser vice on the firing line were the Fifth and Sixth, which organizations com posed a brigade of the "Fighting Sec- nnA Htviffinn that stonnftd the Ger- the service coat, the lower edge of the . man onslaught at Chateau Thierry braid to be three inches from tbe end ana- inter participated in all the major UTILITY There is no clothes investment for the all-around Wear equal to a blue serge suit. There is a scarcity of blue serge in the market today lpiow, for I have combed the Eastern market on my recent trip. THE PRICE OF THESE SUITS IS REMARKABLE, because I make them complete for from $50 to $60 a price which is lower than ready-made serge suits and lower today than it will be again in years. One of these suits is semi-dress all the lime it can be worn for. any occasion and you always are sure of looking right. A blue serge suit is the recognized street dress suit, worn today almost universally by well dressed men ot the sleeve. GERMANY HAS NEW HIGH COMMAND FOR EAST FRONT . With the American Forces in Ger many. Aug. 16. (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) According to information in the hands of American army officers, a new high command for the eastern front has been estab lished by Germany to take the place or tne general Headquarters. An or der of the national war ministry, dated July 17. says that in place of the dissolved general headquarters, there has been created the "commandostelle Kolberg." or Kolber? command post, which shall have the duty of directing border protection in the east with particular reference to the terms of the peace treaty, the evacuation of the Baltic provinces and the supply of troops along the eastern front. BANDLEADER ANNOUNCES SUNDAY CONCERT PROGRAM The Fifth cavalry band, directed by William J. Cain, will play the follow in? concert at ? oclock Sunday even ins: at the Fort Bliss band stand: March. "Red Cross" Frev Overture. "Martha" Flotow Selection. 'Hawaiian Melodies". -Lake Sons;, (a) "A Little Love" Silesa Sontr. fb) "Maria Mari" Cain Selection, "Cacalleria Rnsticana".. Mascagnl Flower sons. "Hearts and Flowers" Tobanl Medley. "Sky High" Taylor Finale. "8th Cavalry March" Cain MEXICAN ESCORT TO AID IN SEARCH FOR AVIATORS A reqnest was received late Fri day by Andres Garcia, Mexican consnl general here, from CoL George T. Langhorne, for an escort to ac company American soldiers, who will Institute a search along the Conchos river near Ojinaga for aviators IL G. Peterson and Paul Davis, who have been missing since last Sunday, when they aro believed to have fallen In Mexican territory- Mr. Garcia wired the commander of the garrison at Olinaara. suggestlnc- that several of ficers and a soldier escort be detailed to accompany the American soldiers ana assist them in tneir searcn. TAKE BORDER POSTS. Washington. D. C Aug. 16. The following changes of station by army oltlcers nave Deen oraerea oy tne adjutant general: Capt. Joseph E. Smith, quartermas ter corps, to Fort Bliss; Capt. Charles L. Chaffee, to 24th infantry. El Paso: apt. Alexander JL Nicholson, quar termaser corps, from Camp Travis to Fort Apache: Maj. Earl II. Coyle. to 10th cavalry. Fort Huachuca: Capt Arthur T. Huston, to 10th cavalry Fort Huachuca; 1st Lieut. Robert B Jackson, to 1st cavalry, Douglas, Vrix.: Capt. Richard D. Tellott, med ical corps, from Fort Oglethorpe to Fort Bayard. TWENTY MEN STILL HELD IN CHIHUAHUA'S PLOT Chihuahua. Mex. Aug. If. The mil itary authorities have been investi gating the culpability of the 20 men, military and civil, charged with plot ting here and the accused are going to be tried by military court. No executions have been made: the regiments were largely composed of prisoners are not yet sentenced. fe!mnt nf marines which, with the Anions: them are some military offi cers anu l czutrsc u umi laer wu" c 'going to rise the rebel flag next month. It seems also a fact that some of tbe men in jail were sending horses and small amounts of ammunition and arms to Vina from this city, where they bought them. Among the civilians In prison the most well known are Francisco Ar- sate, who took the field during the Maaero revolution and now is a mer chant and farmer in Aldama. and Feyltciano Baca, a broker of this city. operations of the 1918 campaign. Austrian Prince Ass Allies For Permission To Visit His Fiancee Paris, France, Aug. IS. Prince METHODIST SCHOOL IS TO BE OPENED AT CHIHUAHUA Chihuahua. Mex Aug. 16. Under the name of "Centro Chrlstlano" the Methodist Episcopal church. South. Is going to start next montn its xirsr so cial settlement work, not onlv in Chl- hitahna hilt In Mil tHe terrltnrv ftnulfi Felix, of Bourbon-Parma, brother of j of the border. The "Centro" Is going former empress 4ita, ot Austria, is seeking authorization by the allies to go to Luxemburg to visit his fiancee, the grand duchess Charlotte, accord ing to a Geneva dispatch to the Temps, which says that he affirms his loyalty to the allies. Prince Felix fought with the Austrian army. GERMAN MINISTER ASSERTS HIS FOES TELL LIES ON HIM (Continued from pace 1.) I New Principal Of El Paso High School m m finance, has declared it was his in tention to remain in office as long as he had the confidence of the majority or tbe national assemoiy. ie ae nled that any ministers of the new regime who have retired have re ceived pensions, saying that, on the other hand, they have been obliged to refund part of their salaries. Herr Erzberger caused an uproar among members of the rfgnt ay charging that they had been Indulg ing In abuse of him and had been "lying." A. a FARMER WILL RECEIVE BROTHER'S CROIX DE GUERRE A croix de guerre with a gold star will be presented to A. u. f armer, next of kin ot Carroll Farmer, de ceased, formerly a corporal in com pany A. 141st Infantry, at 7 oclock Sunday evening in the auditorium of the First curlsuan cnurcn oy Maj. A. A. King, of the recruiting service. Major R. F. Bcrges. formerly com mandlng officer of company A. and Henry Shedd, construction superin tendent at Fort Bliss will speak. Tbe presentation will take place at the Christian Endeavor meeting. The citation says that corporal Farmer, near St- Etlenne. In spite of enemy fire, on October 8 to 10. HI 8, voluntarily advanced, outflanked ma chine gun nests captured prisoners and destroyed enemy positions as he advanced. He was killed in action. The citation Is signed by Gen. Petatn as commander in chief of the French armies of the east. $2,000,000,000 U. S. WAR CONTRACTS NOT LIQUIDATED Washington, D C Aug. 18. Records made public today show war con tracts awaiting liauidation amount to more than J2.000.000.000. although 80 percent or the emergency commit ments of the government have been settled. It is estimated that pay ments of J32S. 000. 0000 would be re qufred to settle the remainder. operations nf tne army reclamation service resulted in a clear saving to the government of 962.CS6.C00. another report snowed. PERSHING TO VISIT LINCOLN RELATIVES ABOUT OCTOBER 1 Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 1. Gen. John J Pershing will come to Lincoln about October 1 to visit members of his family, according to a telephone mes sage received by the Lincoln Com mercial clob from Chicago. The mes sage was sent by Frank Woods, of, Lincoln, a former president of the Commercial club. tv. a c- s. rmvrs passes. The war amp community service has printed and distributed 50.000 passes which will be used by soldiers 1 here when they are on leave from the camp. The passes are merely to have a kindergarten, a free nlav eround. a day nurse rv that will help the poor here: a snecial clinic for the noor and promote the development of uoy scout organizations, boys ciot: teaching of manual arts and athletics It will also have a deptrtmetn for teaching sewing and cook in e to tt-e girls and night classes of Kn?lish and Spanish, Ten paid Instructors will be enrolled as professors and tbe institution expects tnat in a Tear it will be able to reach more than 4000 people. MEXICAN CONSUL GENERAL DENIES SHIPMENT OF SUGAR Andres Garcia. Mexican consul gen eral here, on Saturday denied reports that :00.000 worth of sugar is being ruined to Mexico city by way of ci Paso from Sinaloa. Sonora- Loeal press reports were to the effect that there was a serious short age of sugar in Mexico City. "I would hold consular Invoices for any such shipment." Mr. Garcia said "Not having these Invoices I know that no such shipment is en route to Mexico City by way of El Paso. We have been getting some sugar from Cuba and that has relieved any short age which was threatened." MEXICAN MONEY IS Lofr AND BEEF IS SKY HIGH Chihuahua. Mex Aug. 16. Mexican gold coins are declining in price in the local market. They are Quoted at 0.49 1-3 cents American gold, per Mex ican peso. This Is the lowest mark reached since 1917. American gold Is now scarce and nearly all the cur rency Mexican 5. 10 and 20 pesos pieces and silver dollars. Never before has cattle reached snch high prices as now in the loral market. Steers and calves are bought from 100 to 130 pesos per head and for that reason meat Is sold at pro hibitive prices at retail. Nearly all the big Terrazas herds have been destroyed and there Is no prospect of declining prices. 20 MEXICANS DEPORTED FROM LOS ANGELES. CALIF. Los Aneeles. CallfL. Aue. 16. Twenty Mexicans were sent from Los Angeles to tbe international line Fri day for deportation. They were con fined In a special car. under guard. Accordlne to A. E. Burnett, immi gration inspector, the men were de ported for spreading inflammatory doctrines and literature. MEXICO GIVES"PASSP0RTS TO BRITISH REPRESENTATION fContlnned from page ! " Private nuncb Bxtha-ge S3B0- I Cor. Me.a Ave, and San Antonio St. j No, this does not refer to Christmas shopping, but the immediate purchase of a new Fall suit. In all frankness, we tell you thai the pur chase, now and here, of a new Fall suit is true foresight. New Fall Models . Now Here rE are now showing newFall models. The wide belted styles for young men and the more conservative styles for the older men. Selections are ample and the sooner you buy the more satisfaction you will have as Fall advances. See Window Displays cials advertised Special Well Worth Buying rHEN you come next week to see the new Fall models, you will also exercise toresight it you will buy one of our specially priced light weight suits and put it away lor next opnng. inese un- advertked specials are well worth buying. So ask to see them. We are exdnive El Paso agents for Hart SchaflBcr & Manr, B. KHppeniefaer, Sogers Peet Co, Stratford and Fitforn Clothes. Men's Clethiag Section Largest in the Seuthwest 2nd fleer. Acquire the habit of saving W. S. S. j IT PROHIBITION C. of C. Investigating Pos sibility of Putting Saloons Out of Business. At & meeting of the Juarez chamber ot commerce Friday night, a commit tee was appointed to investigate the possibility of doing away wltb the saloons and gambling halls on Com merclo street in .Toaxez and If pbosal ble to exterminate both from the city entirely, without depriving the city of a heavy revenue which Is consid ered a necessity for the operation of the city government. A week ago a committee was appointed to draw op petitions which will be presented to Gov. Andres Ortiz at Chlhnabna City. asking that be reader assistance in removing the gambling halls. Saloonkeepers and attaches of the gambling hall look with some amuse ment upon the effort to prevent their operation, terming the action of tbe committees as "moves of the radical reformers." FAVORABLE REPORT FOR "DRY" ENFORCEMENT BILL TTohlncrtnn Tl f 4 U Th. hous prohibit !on enforcement bill as renranea oy a subcommittee was senate today by the Judiciary com- miiiee. it is planned to call the measure up for debate in the senate late next week. lo necure protection for Hrltlnh citi zens vrhen heyiTerc endangered by the revolutionary movement. BANDIT LEATJETTS WIPB GOBS TO XB.V YORK Mrs. Felipe Angeles and five chil dren, wife of tbe bandit leader who Is now prosecuting a revolution as an assistant to Franetaco Villa, has arone to New York, where she will estab lish her home. Mrs. Angeles left Fri day. She has a son living in New York. THE I Union Bank of Las Cruces,N.M. i R. P. Potter, PraidenL John Bingham, Aclbc Vice Pres. C. R. Scott. Cashier. Chas. Madrid. Asst. Cask. R. P. Porta. John Bingham. C. R. Scott. DIRECTORS F. M. Murchison. E. C. Heid. I LUon R. Taylor. P. Moreno. With pleasure we anaoanee the re-organization of THE TTSIOK BANK as evidenced by tin above list of its Officers and Directors and solicit your bnsinew with all the confidence that this Directorate should inspire. THE Union Bank of Las Cruces, N. M. STENCTH. SAFETY. SERVICE. WBBss. 7 KIL'-FD AND 34 HURT AS TRAINS COLLIDE IN FRANCE i Paris. France. Auir. 16. Seven per- m Tons were killed and 34 injured Fri- W 'lay In a collision between an expresr s train and a troop train. The express's was mnnlnr f mm Parii tn ViiipviS ana oirHDoarK. 19 INJI-RKD IX WRECK ON TUB U. AND IL. C. RAILROAD Denver. Colo.. An?. 16. The list of injured persons in a wreck on the Denver and Rio Gr.inde railroad. 2 1-2 miles east of Ches'.er. Colo., late yes terday, today was Increased to 19. ac cording to an announcement by offi cials of the railroad. The Injuries were limited to oats and braises, it was stated. The wreck, which occurred an the narrow ga.ge section of the line, was cansed by a loose wheel on one of the cars. All the coaches left the tracks and two of them overturned. WANTED WIDE AWAKE BROKER j J That can seli Acreage in Blocks of 10 Acres and up surround- j ing Deep Test near Big Spring. Texas. 1 3 Geological reports indicate the w9! be TEXAS next big CHI I 1 sensation. g S FOUR welk Drilling. Three Derricks in course of construction. g 2 A dozen locations. 1 m Gas aad Oil showkgs already encountered. 1 Give the Investors something that offers everything there is in 02. No Freezing Out. No Mismanagement. Outsells Stock anytime. Every big Company is scouting the locality. Prices $2.50 to $25.00 per Acre. First advance in price of acreage due within a few days. Write or Wire. H. C BECKER. Big Spring, Texas. (Branch Office.) 3 Newspaper Man Owns Newspaper Of 1800 A nhotoeranhln eonv of the T'lster 1 form which red to be sifrned by the ' County Gazette of Jannarv 4. 1800. a j commanding officer. On the back of newspaper published at Kingston. N. , each pass ts a lot or information re- ia ,n i"? ui City National Bank e3 I'ho'o by I--(lmua Studio. H , TJ W. FOWLER, newly elected prin H fV. clpal of the high echtfot Mr. : I Fowler was an instructor In English Ml in the University of Texas, and since si his- return from the army, where he j served two years, he has been super- si visor of hig-h schools for the state with headquarters at Austin. The new principal succeeds A. H glllughey, who was elected superintend-J BH!ent of schools. sardine places of interest to th sol- , d'er, su"h as the location of the Khaki ciub canteens Also Information re I frardln entertainments, dances and 1 other social advantages to be enjoyed , bv th 6fl"rs are listed on the back 1 of each pass. 1 SEVERAL COVRRNOR ATTEVH DE.VVER HErrBMCAX PICMC Denver, Colo., Aug. 16. Gov. Henry .T. Allen, of Karsas. arrived here to day to be the guest of the Lincoln Hub at th pnnual Republican pt'nlc in El Itch Garden this afternoon. Gov. c"muel R. McKelvie, of Nebraska, and Gov. Win. C Sproule, of Pennsylva nia, are expected to arrive this after noon. Gov. Allen will be the principal speaker tonight at the garden, his Subject being "The Issue of the 1920 campaign." PI.WE FALLS 2 KILLED. Paducah, Ky., Aug. l C Lieu t. James D. Stewart, of Park field, Memphis, and S. Reed Campbell, a Memphis newspaper reporter were kilted when an army airplane fell with them near here last night. riXE FOR YOfR STOMACH Tnke Itorxford Arid Phosphate There i3 nothing better for rn'iwa, Ick headache, insomnia or indiges tion. Uuy a botue toda.- Adv Carter, 105 Texas street. The paper carries a full account of the death and funeral of George Washington, heavy dark lines encircling the death and funeral notices of tne iirst prea- , ident i Much of the newspaper's space is aevoted to the European war. napo leon was at that time at the height of his glory and practically the entire front page is devoted to a review of the military situation. In the ab sence of telegraphic communication, together with the absence of news gathering agencies. xnu h of tbe news contained in the paper Is gathered from European vessels toeing at American ports and all the news stories are at least two months old. Among the Interesting advertising items appearing on the back page Is large display advertising a negro woman for sale Another advertise ment offers for sale a- tract of real es tate near the present limits of New York City. The tract was offered at a few thousand dollars. The same tract is now worth millions of dollars ASK LOWRR RATE. W. H. Edrington. traffic manager of the Southwestern Portland Cement ( company at Los Angeles pnd El Paso, i and H. C Sweaiingen. sae manager 1 of the same concern in Rl Paso, re turned Friday afternoon from Dallas, where they attended a rate hearing of the Dallas district traffic 'ommi'tM this week Mr. Edrington said that an application for reduction in ce ; ment rates on the Santa Fe rallwav to Albuqneroue and to Tucson, on the El Pso Jk Southwestern railwav. had been filed and snid he anticipated that , tne reaurrion in rates on mis com modity would be made mon. MINING MACHINERY. HOISTS. 1 1- UP 4 (Tllniltr ell contained Mine Hoist 1 26 III Ullle. .Insle drum Standard Gn. Holrt 1 I HI' Falrbanlu-Morse Mncle Oram Ga Ilolxt 1 BO IIP Htilt-n Slnclr Drum Gaa Holat 3 OiH Vulraa SalDt Steam Hoist, complete. 1 18t1Z Lldgemood SDDt' Steam Holit. complete. 1 11x19 Vulcan SDDC Steam HoUt ALL FOR IIDIEDIATB SHIPMENT Southwestern Wrecking Company M San Franelaen Street OOCS TO CLOUDCIIOFT. Garnett King:, general passenger agent of tbe El Paso & Southwestern railway, left Friday for Clondcroft. where he will spend the weekend vls itlne friends. TAINTING FIRE 1IYDKANT5. CMtv fire hvtlrant. ar. htnsr nalnted a flrey red, trimmed in chaste white, j Regardless of whether th. federal . inffraKe amendment la ratified so as to I permit women of all the states to par- , tlctpate In the 1)20 election, several mil lion new women voters will so to tne polls In Noee-ntter of next year. DISMISSES CASE AGAINST WOMAN A charge of illegally purchasinc coralne was dismissed against Mrs. Alfonso Gutierrez Friday afternoon ly I S. commissioner A. J. W. Pchmin. when she was arraienetl for a pre liminary he.irtns Insufficient ei-ilen-e was produced to warrant tile holding of a preliminary hearing. TIBTTEK BH S1PB THAN sonnv HEC1IS TRUED CHEMICAL rnoTon TODD PItOTECTOGntPH StLKS CO. Sheldon Hotel Hide. Phone 4ta El Paso, Texas. EGilASOUELETTE&Ca Accountants First Natl BHj, El . Paso, TfT.1I. T.tKB rrfis EI Paso Herald. Amsrican Maja, xlna and Pictorial Review AU three aiz months Only .& 3S I EL PASO AUDIT COMPANY W. IL PAVG. Conanltlnc Accountant, Accountants and Auditors 214-215 iiiii. nidjr. Out-of-Town Work Given Prompt Attention. gs First National BariK 4 Oa SiTiati Acct.