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j Mexican bank notes, state bills, 630c; pesos, oia, 84c, new, 45c; Mexican gold. 50c; nadtmales, 25c; I baT 31ver, H. & H. quotation, $1.11; copper, 23!4 i 24c; grains, higher; livestock, steady; stocks, higher. LATEST NEWS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. MEXICO EXECUTES SA - CARRANZA PROTESTS FLAYS TENDENCY U. S. TROOP CROSSING 10 CONTROL WITHDRAWAL ASKED BUSINESS lEOICiS CAPTURED PICK BANDIT Resume Bandit Chase Following Capture of Two by uapt. matiacK; work of ing Places Scarce; Gen. Dicuman at Marfa; Mexi can Senate Discusses the Situation in Secret. ARFA. Tex, Aug. SL As soon as i vaa sufficiently light this r- rr?i i n c to follow the trails, the ; '. Trpr-.can nunitive expedition in Mex- - o tok up th band t chase for the r"h:rd day Across the border. One iLWin nick, im the hot trail of wo bandits believed to have been i -nianions of the two bandits cap e? late reaterday by Capt. I-eon ard Mat lack. According to an unofficial report r roogut to the Rio Grande last night. -.ie pursuit is continuing over monn i"a oeaks. rionn steep slopes and rrougrh tiny omuntain valleys, r here springs irrigate the little --azrr.g patch of the mountain farmers. sunrise, airplanes had left the grr und here for Presidio, SO iniler jth, where a flying field base for .-.- expedition has boon estaoiisnea. "Landing there and getting gasoline an i oil. the airplanes flew across the o Grande over the palisades near "iiiajra. along the c ncnos river vm . . to pick up trails. The cavalry i f--uned its work of scouting. Cavalry r -'Ijiiitis are searching out every can ' n that could possibly be the hiding f .ae of the bandits. The work of tbe nvlators Is considered extremely dangexoo, lircanse there are few latMlns places In Mexico. It la neer.ry to fly rfoe to the ground, where the bandits may amkotb the avla- "Fly ers returning loc fer axl Uct night to many narrow escape. iMH Irttatoi flown under a shelving rock to if ban Jits were finding coaceal - r.i from the aviators under the shelf. . . i- a 11. Vila 4sn iwiv. -f d with red blotches, caused by r r-ne through a hailstorm in Mei at high speed, the hailstorm bruising his face. Locate All f. S. Column. Aviators located all American col-j-nns in Mexico yesterday. The Mex i. an federal column rnder Gen. An t i-i o Pruneda, near Cuchillo Parado sported the location of other small bi.it ps of Carranxa troops. Few landings were made in Mexico. When the troops find a smooth land place, they mark a giant panel -shaped letter T" on the ground for tre guidance of the aviators. The airmen drop orders to cavalry rr,rr manders and then return to the f -p-Mdio base. When the flyers leftj - c mnmbr fhv carried news bnlle-, t -s furnished by the Associated; Pres, whioii they planned to arop w erb cavalry troop operating in Mex i "o to give the expeditionary force u-ws of the outside woria since 11 r-os-ed the border. Cot. I-anchorne and Come Dan goerhea Mexican consul at Pre sidio today held a conference over the field telephone relating to the International phase of the situation reuniting from the crossing of thepunltlve expedl- Col Langborne suggested to the Mexican consult that he communicate aitb Gen Pruneda, who is now near -u.hillo Parado. and suggest to nun trat American and Mexican troops co- P'-rate in pursuing the bandits. The consult said that he bad a re port todjv that Villa rebels had been es'i near Palomas, southeast of fmaca Col. Langhome Informed the consul that It was easier for Amer ican troons to pursue the bandits iran for the Mexican troops, because of an early start and the availability of greater facilities. Would Contlne Liaison. Consul Bentoechea assured the American commander that he desired to continue the liaison between American and Mexican troops that was started yesterday, when an Amer- i -aa airplane carried a message from to consul to Gen. Pruneda while the wtAr was on the march to Cuchillo i'a-d-do. M.ij Gen. Joseph T. Dlckman, com- :.ndr of the southern department, 'ed here today from Eale Pass, w 1 - :a he has been making an inspec ' n of the border troops between Mr'a and San Antonio. Wh'Ie here. Gen Dickman will dls with Col. George T. Langhorne . . mmander of the Big Bend district,! situation that has developed from - capture of the two American - -. anrs, Lieuta. Harold G. Peterson Paul H. Davis, by Mexican ban dits. hile there were no announcements! i ine of Gen. Dickman's plans. It Is i ot expected that he will go to the river bases. Band Plays for Dlckman. Tpon tbe arlval of the train from Sin Antonio, with Gen. Dickman i board, the Eighth cavalry's mounted 1 and started playing as it marched down the railroad track, the horses Keeping step to the music. The departmtr t commander was rret by Col. Langtorne and his staff. He was escorted to the colonel's home n che camp br a cavalry squadron under the cirmard of Capt. H. E Kloepfer. This squadron Includes t-oop M, which crossed into Mexico O The proved circulation of & The EI Paso flerald Is nearly 4 twice that of any other 1 Paso O-paper." O Wonder If Oar Mexican Policy Amuses Mexicans As Much As It Amuses Us IIP HOT TIL OF Aviators Hazardous; Land WA rASin-VGTOX, D. O, Aug. Zl. Protcsta against the entry of American troops In Mexico, In search of bandits who held two American army officers for ran som, together with a request that they be withdrawn Immediately, Tras made to the state department toAaT by the Mexican ambassador The ambassador acted on In stmctlons from his government. It was announced at the state de partment that no answer to the protest would bo made today. While no announcement regard ing tbe movement of the American forces iras mode there were In dications that the Mexican pro test .would not hasten their with drawal. The troops went in on o "hot trail and were not expected to return until the bandits cither had been raptured or the trail had become cold. Paper See Mexico Menaced. Mexico City, Mex.. Aug. 21. fBy the Associated Press.) The news papers of Mexico City today continued their appeals to the Mexican people to rouse tnemaeives- to wnat is called an imminent danger to the country. They print rsleerams from the governors of the states of Sinaloa, ituevo Jeon, Queretaro. Yucatan and Tabasco, express Ine "uncondftionaM adhesion to president Carranxa. The senate held a secret ses sion last night and Instructed the committee on foreign relations to cather all possible details con cerning the international situa tion and to report. r Jjriw QWvarn. secretary "of the, Yaptsnry. woo, it was reported, tad resfgBW. or Intended to resign, de clared to tbe newspapers that he had no intention or leaving Ms post. twice this year, killed five bandits and was complimented for its work by secretary or war uaicer. While here. Gen. Dlckman will be the guest of Col Lanbgohme. who is direct! nc the operations of the iStgnth cavalry troons In Mexico. Citizens of Marfa and officers re- rnaintng in camp here will give a re ception for Gen. Dickman tonight. Troons Far in Interior. It was said last night that Amerl- ( Con tinned on page 4, column 4.) Forest Fires In West Give Sim Appearance Of Approaching Storm Cheyenne. Vfyt, Aug. 21. Smoke from forest fires in Mon tana interfered today w 1 1 b weather bureau observations in Baker City. Ore.: Helena. Mont, and Lander. Wyo according to re ports received here. In Cheyenne the sun was obscured by a haze and the sky had the appearance of an approaching storm. Reports of heavy smoke were genera! from many points in the north and northwest. con i Josephus Daniels, An Apprentice Seaman, Meets Josephus Daniels, Secretary Of United States Navy U. S. & NEW YORK, En Route to Honolulu, Aug. 21. (By the As sods ted Press). Josephus Danials, 17 year, old apprentice seaman, was the center of interest recently aboard the dreadnaught New Tork. en route to Honolulu. He was called from his obscurity below decks to meet his namesake, Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy. In company with naval officers he was photographed by mo tion picture men and was interviewed for the first time by newspaper cor respondents. "Hello, Josephus, I am glad to see you." was the secretary's greeting. Young Josephus did not answer He bashfully looked at the ceiling, the furnishings and the deck, but avoided the secretary's eyes. The secretary put an arm around the boy's shoulder and. still more embarrassed, the apprentice kicked one foot against the other, which isj 1 y w no. a regulations. He should have stood rigidly at atten tion. "Are you related to mtV the sec retary asked. "Reckon not," the apprentice an swered He said he was born at Painsville, Little Johuts Was Proud Of His Sister's Kitchenette Topeka, Kan, Aug. 2. Two Topeka small boys were talking about the possessions of their re spective sisters and the family au tomobiles. "My sister has the nicest limou sine." said Willie. "It has a dress ing table in It." "Aw. that's nothink." replied Johnnie, "my sister has a kitchenette. SINGLE COPT. FIVE CENTS Maine Senator Calls Bill To Regulate Packers Stifling And Throttling. PRODUCERS SAID TO OPPOSE PLAN Arizona Stocfynen's Repre sentalive Feels Kenyon Bill Would Handicap. -.IfASHINGTOJf. D. C Aug. 21. An If attack on governmental tendency toward assuming control of business enterprises, with especial reference to proposed legislation for supervision of the packing industry, was made to day by senator Fernald, of Maine, speaking In the senate. Stamping the Kenyon and Ken driek bills, vehicles of the pneker Tegnlatlon noTT nnder dUca0lon, as examples of tlfllns. throttling legislation, be declared his oppo sition to tbem. said they irere ex. tensions of the poller nhlch had failed In the traniiportatlon and communication Industrie. and predicted that the public would suffer from higher costs nnd poorer service shonld they be enacted. Defending the nackers. senator Per- nald said their business had to be con ducted in Iaree units in order to be economical. Their development of re frigerator cars and ownership of stockyards, like their utilization of animal byproducts, constituted valu- aoie service. "One of the most notable results nf byrro'uet utilization is the fact that an tne meat from a steer can be sold by the packer for much less than he pays for the live anlmaL senator Fer nald said. "Swift & Co. in 191 S paid on an average of it.70 a head for cattle, and sold the meat for S81.45 a head. For byproducts $Z2.eg a head was re ceived. Thus $10-31 covered the ei- (Continued on page 4, column 3.) Rumanian Action Shows Again League Of Nations Theory Won 't Work In Obstinate World Among People Set In TITASHINGTON. D. C Aug. SL The II announcement that Rumanian troops have occupied Temesvar as well as Budapest will surprise no one at all familiar alike with the temper of the Rumanian people and the con ditions in the near east- Before I left Paris, Rumanian friends of mine indicated clearly that under no cir cumstances would the Latin state consent to resign its claims either to that frontier north of Transylvania, which a creed with the Rumanian con ceptions of Justice, or to the natural frontiers of the Maros-Theiss and Danube, which surround the old Hun garian province of the Banat Ire(ext to Omiar ItndsnHf. In occunvinir Budanest. Rumanians xounu st least a coioraoie pretext In the continued refusal of the Hun garians to eliminate the Bolshevist government of Bela Kun. which was net entirely vitiated bv the drsmatlo expulsion ox iieia K.un wnen Huma nist) troops were at the gates of Bu dapest. The occupation of the Banat raises a different Question. The nrov- ince is disputed between the Serbs, who claim a part of it. and the Hun garians and the Rumanians, both of wnom claim au oi It. The largest Ky., and until he enlisted In the navy, he never had been away from the foothills of the Cumberland mountains. American Armada hi The Hixtortc a.n-ival of Pacific HISTORICAL photograph showing the arrival of the new Pacific fleet in the trip through the Panama canaL The fleet is shown swinging into battle course for San Diego. The passage of tie big fleet between the oceans was made an epochal test for the big waterway. The New Mexico, flagship of the fleet, is EL PASO. TEXAS. THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 21. PRESIDENT POSSESSES POWER TO PROCLAIM WAR'S END REFUSES SO TO DECLARE PEACE PRIOR TO TREATY RATIFICATION Tells Senator Fall Act Would Stain National Honor; .Liuufis j-iower xaving uosts will iouow .fact's Ap proval; Treaty Provisions Do Not Give Allies Title to German Possessions; Mere Trusteeship. IirASHINGTOK. D. O, Aug. 21. IT President Wilson has not the power to declare peace by proclama tion, nor coma no consent in any circumstances to take such a coarse prior to the ratification of a formal treaty of peace by tbe senate- The president so wrote senator Fall to day In answer to one of the 2 writ ten questions the senator presented at the white house conference Tuesday. It tp lying to another question, the president said the provision of the treaty that shduld come Into force after ratification by Germany and three of the princi pal associated poirers operated merely to establish peace between those rat If xln-- porrers, and that i Compromise Process Gains Headway In Senate, While Republicans Say Their Views Have Not Been Changed By DAVID UrASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 21. 'V Anybody who expected the Re. publican senators who have been op posing president Wilson's idea on the league of nations to be overcome at once by the spell of presidential per suasion was doomed to disappoint ment Anybody who thought the senators would emerge from the white house conference and issue statements say ing that they had been all wrong In their speeches of the last few weeks and that Mr. Wilson was right, does not understand senatorial psychology or the reverence with which the con gressional mind holds consistency and Inflexibility. But. while senators of the foreign By FRANK H. SIMONDS. single ethnic group Is Rumanian, but it constitutes less than half the popu lation, and there are large Magyar. German and Servian minorities. It is one of the ironies of fate that Clemenceau. as spokesman for the conference of Paris, finds himself now adopting, in the case of Rumania, precisely the policy which, in his newspaper, he mocked and criticised when It was employed by president "Wilson in the case of Germany. The spectacle of the "tiger" wrltirg Tiotes to Rumania is almost enougn to provoke Homeric laughter. Wilson's System on Trial. It Is verv difficult to brine home to the American people the real meaning of anything so remote as an advanca of a Rumanian army in the area of old Hungarian state, and yet the fact is that this is of immense Interest and concern to tbe American people be cause It must necessarily compel the trial of the efficacy of precisely that new system which president Wilson, speaking for the United States gov ernment, has undertaken to impose upon Europe with a certain measure of success. If Rumania can vrith impunity defy the Paris conference, which Is Itself the temporary executive of the league of nations, and oc cupy those regions and territories which It claims without regard to the aspirations nnd xichts of other nationalities, and with equal dis regard for the decisions of the ! Paris conference, then, not only Is the failure of the league of na tions apparent, but the Rumanian example Is a plain Invitation to nil the other peoples who have armies and aspirations to go and do likewise. , . . 7. . . , 1 We told the French, having for our I must not nermanentlv occupy the Vlcet trv "Wertcr-i Occajv I LORS' ASSAILANTS DOUBTS HEMMtn QflfilMTC It was "questionable irhetber It can be said that the league of na tions Is In any true sense created by the association of only three of the allied and associated govern ments. As to the question of when normal conditions might be restored, tbe president said be could only e-rnrexs the confident opinion that Immediate rauxication oi tne treaty and accept ance of tbe covenant of the league as written wouia "certainly within the near future reduce the cost of liv ing, botn in this country and abroad. through the restoration of production ana commerce to normal. No Title to German Territory. To Fall's question relating to the disposition of Germany's possessions, the president said the arrangement in the treaty conveyed no title to the (Continued on page 3, column 3.) LAWRENCE. . relations committee were iminir around the capitol today saying they had not got a bit of Information, while other senators were wading through 12 to 15 columns of reading mailer on me presidential quiz or the day before, and while sundry state ment were belntr Issued savin? not a vote had been changed and not an opinion previously held had been shattered, nevertheless, one who watches senatorial maneuvers from year to year took with a grain of salt all these utterances and could not out conclude tbe Wilson offer of a compromise would eventuallv be ae- cepieu- Two Different Views. xne debate brought out lust one tnmg tli at lawyers cannot agree on wnat tne treaty means and tbat lan (Conttnned on page Z, column 3.) Nationalism declaration British support, that they military barrier of the Rhine. They repnea Dy insisting mat we give mem. instead, an American guaran tee. along with the British promise xo come io ueir am witnout question it tney were attacned ty Germany. nationalism uncouniereo. So far as Mr. Wilson could, he gave that pledge. We next encountered nationalist demands at Flume and president Wilson appealed over the heads of the Italian government to the Italian people, with the result that the Italian people ralllled behind their trove mm en t and still stand firm in their demand to add Flume to their country, in the presence of a con flict between the Japanese and the Chinese in the matter of Shantung, where all the moral rights were with the Chinese, we departed from our previous course and surrendered to the Japanese, because president Wil son felt that the league of nations was of more importance than any sin gle detail of Internationa rivalry, and Deiievea tnat japan would follow Italy in defying the award of Shan tung to China and, with the Italians, renounce the whole league of nations experiment. Rumania Defies Paris Conference. We next encountered nationalism j (Continued on page 2. column 1.) Ancient Hawaiian City Bids Aloha To Secretary Daniels; Natives In Priceless Feathers Meet Official HONOLULU. T. H-. Aug. IL Ancient Hawaii, through the sons a!nd xiawaii, (arougo me sons ana . aaugnters or its warriors, oaae aiona Pacific Ocean western ocean after its successful formation before straightening its without the slightest hitch, and was shown in front. ERALD 1919 - DELIVERED IN TENNESSEE Four Robbers Carry Mail Pouches From L. & N. Passenger Train. PASSENGERS ARE NOT MOLESTED Bandits Cover Crew, Send Engine Running Wild, Then Rifle Mail Car. NASHVILLE, Tenn Aug. 2L Masked bandits held up Louisville a Nashville passenger train No. 7 from Cincinnati to Montgomery, Ala. tween Columbia and Pulaski, early to. day, and carried off the mall pouches. No passengers were molested. The robbers, four In number, forced the engineer to cut off the mail car and run some distance with It Covering tne crew, tne robbers sent the engine wild and rifled the mall car. Tbe amount of loot could not be deter mined. NORTH AND SOUTH CHINA TO RESUME NEGOTIATIONS Washington. D. C A 71s- -1. con ferences at Shanghai, looking to ad. Justment of relations between north and south China, are to be resumed Immediately with prospects for an early agreement, dispatches to the state deoartment report. Wanp P. Tong has been appointed bead of the delegation from north China. Other advices said Dr. Sun Yat Sen. one of the leaders of the southern fac tion at Canton, had resigned because of dissatisfaction with the attitude of the southern faction in the Shanghai negotiations. Athens, Greece, Aug. 21. (Bv the Associated Press). Greeks and Turks who form the majority of the popula tions In the district of Dedeagatch. according to trustworthy Information, are aroused over reporte that the American peace delegates in Paris are favorable to continuance of Bul garian rule in the district. 1 NORTH CAROLINA MOB KILLS NEGRO WHO-ATTAGKED-WOMAN IxHilsburg. N. C Aug. 21. Walter Elliott, a negro, who Is alleged to have assaulted a farmer's wife, was shot to death last night by a mob which later carried the body to the scene of the crime and swung It to tree in a country cnurcnyard. Too moo iook tne negro fromere'w'hii"; Kearney, two miles on his way to jalL TJ. S. WOXT rtECOGXIZB TIXOCO COXSTTTTJTIOM. Washington, D. C Aug. 21. Presi dent Juan Bautista Qulros of Costa Rica, successor of Frederico Tinoco, has been notified by the American government that the validity of the xinoco constitution or any govern ment acting under that constitution would not be recognized by the unireu states. Airplane For Patrol; Wont Drop Tickets Following the receipt of orders from the southern department that all airplanes were needed for the border psirol and could not be used for other purposes, the proposed trip over El Paso during which complimentary tickets to the box ing match tonight were to be dropped, attached to editions of The Herald, was called off by Fort Bliss athletic officers to secretary of the navy Daniels and his party and the officers and men of the dreadnsught New Tork which ar rived here today. The Hawaiian, attired in na tive costumes. Including priceless coats of feathers, greeted tbe visitors. Coming ashore tbe party paaned between eolnmns of war riors carrying spears. Bear admiral Albert M. D. McCor mick underwent an operation for ap pendicitis at sea last Monday. His condition was reported as dangerous. Apprentice P. T. Smith, ot Chicago was crushed to death aboard tbe New Tork Monday by the swinging of a 14 inch gun turret. No Furniture Taken Area's By Solans, for First Time In Missouris History Jefferson City, Ho, Aug. 21. For the first time in the history of the state capitol at least within the memory of attaches here there is not a bit of missing furni ture from the legislative halls Heretofore the colons are said to have sold furniture to themselves at low prices. This is the declaration of Louis Hatliff. commissioner of tne per manent seat of government- it ie 'Ratltffs first time as custodian of the property after a legislature has adjourned. Unusual as it may seem, records in his office show nothing is missing. Ratllff said. "The state auditor was telling me about some of his furniture be ing missing." said Ratllff. "but 1 made an Investigation and found all of It for him. Three cuspidors the cheapest ones we bad and two small mirrors were carried away, but no furniture Is missing." T ANTWHEHE. Tc MONTH ROBBED UNjACKIES ARE PUT TO DEATH MEXICAN S WHEN PROPERTY TMENFH0M SHIS Bandits Are Apprehended in Tampico Suburb Follow ing Robbery of Men From TT. S. Cruiser Cheyenne in July; Mexican Government Unable to Secure Re lease of Dr. Coenaga, American, Held for Ransom. Another U. S. Aviator May Have Come Down In Mexico Vh CENTRO, CaKf, Aug. 21. Ueets. G. W. Pardy and J, McLaughlin, flying array planes and each carrying an observer, alighted here today preparatory to a search for Lieut. Watexhonse, who they seid had been missing from Rockwell field. Lieut. Waterhoase was hut seen at 5:70 oclock Wednesday afternoon at Jacnmba Springs. AS three aviators are members of the ninth aero squadron, assigned to border patroL The 'two who arrived today would not hazard an opinion as to whether Lieut. Water aouie had descended in Mexico, but it was un derstood that they planned to search on both sides of the international line. GA1.VBSTO.V. Tex-. Aug. 21. Seven of the Mexican bandits who robbed sailors from the United State, cruiser Cheyenne oft Tampico last month have been apprehended and put to death by the Carranxa authorities, accord, log to an official report from Gen. Pueblo Gonxales to Mexiena consul Meade Flerro here, made public today. The report states the bandits had property of the sailors in their pos session. Arrested In Tampico Suburb. Laredo, Tex. Aug. II. Mexican Giissiimiiiy SOMHT FOOD SUPPLIES First Person to Enter Municipal Store Is Mrs. Virgil exemn an aOTtlrav4 to Close Doors; Many Men as "Well as Women Are Purchasers; Expect the Blankets This Week. rSTICE of a .most substantial va riety was dispensed to eager thou sands Thursday in the El Paso court house, when surplus army supplies were sold to the public at cost. When the doors of the municipal store opened at S oclock Thursday morning hundreds were waiting. Po licemen were required to keep back the pushing crowds. Although they pushed the crowds were good na- tared: so were the police. As early as 7 oiock customers of the govern ment began to gather. Tfce flmt person to make a pur chase nt the municipal store was Vlrril Traylor. or more correctly speaking, his wife. Mrs. Traylor vras the first customer in the store. Her husband followed and unlisted her In purchasing the fnll 930 worth of supplies allowed by the store maaaeemenr. That amount Is the limit one mar buy. Mr. and Mrs Traylor live In aoart- ment 1. 2409 Montana street. He is manager of the talking machine de partment ot the Kl Paso Piano com pany. Obliged to Close Doors. Before the first customer nsri ifcfr orders filled scores of customers had tilled the, auditorium at the rear of the courthouse, where the sale is be ing conducted. Orders were filU) rapidly, however, and there was very little delay. The selling plan had been carefully arranged before hand. Tfte crowd attending tbe sale became so great that at O ofloek the doors vrere closed so that the clerks conld watt upon those al ready InsMe. fly 9 oclock some of the articles were sold oot. In the corridor of the rimrthnnflji w a large blackboard on which la writ ten the price Mat in large letters Manv Of the article nn tn nHM ii hare not arrived, but William T. Grif fith, general sales msnager. said the stocks would be supplied gradually with the missing Items until the list Is complete. Befor the blackboard mnr? r r McDowell, information clerk for the store. And nobody Is kept busier. Al though the board explains most ev erything. Mr. McDowell, who was loaned to tbe store by the city license inspector's office, patiently explains it all over again verbally. How to Make Pnrebases- In addition to the Information bu reau the store has five order takers in the corridor. These are Mrs. O J Harcourt. Rulo apartments: Mrs. Wil liam Wallace. Mrs. C. W. Manaan. 70S West Main: Antonina Abogado. S05 South Stanton, and Gerome La powskl. 1114 Mesa. When an order Is made out the cus tomer must go the cashier just In side the store door and pav for the order before he has It filled. The cashier Is J H. McKee. of the city auditor's office. After the order Is paid for the customer goes to the long counter behind which 10 or more el eric a are emoloyed. When his order Is filled here he takes his bundles to the south door of the big room where checkers compare what he mu in hi arms with his order slip. The cherk- J nip supervuea dtw.w Rose, who 1 Is '-assisted bv Ernest TtyslL .5?n, H'eta This Week. William P R Mrihlii -.. - who has charge of the financial end HOME EDITION WEATHER FORECAST. EI Paso and -west Texas, partly dondy; Kew Mexico fair, little change In teraperatnre; Arizona, generally fair. little change In temperature. 14 PAGES TODAY ARRESTED IE bandits who robbed the American sailors In a launch from the U. S. S. Cheyenne off Tampico early in July have been arrested by Carranxa secret police In Dona Cecilia, a suburb of TamplcD. according to information received here today. Unable to Free Doctor. Washington, D. C, Aug. II. The Mexican government has been unable to accomplish anything looking to the release of Dr. A. Goenaga. an Ameri can citizen, held for ransom by ban dits near Mexico City, the state de partment was advised today by the American embassy at Mexico City. Tbe embassy said its report wis based on information given by the Mexican foreign office. of the store, said today that no goods would be sold to stores. A close watch is being kept on buyers to prevent persons from making purchases who really may be agents of some retail concern. Mr. McSain also said that no goods would be sold to hotels, res taurants, rooming houses or sanato rium!. The repeater who buys his limit and then comes back also Is be ing watched for. Among the snpplles on the list that had not arrived Thursday were sugar, ham's, bncon and blankets. Dry salt bacon Is on sale and olng fast, but no other kind of bacon Is belass sold. Canned pork and beans ore going perhaps faster than anything ele except prune. Tbe blanket are expected to arrive before the week I over. Sales manager Griffith said that ev erything that was In stock when the store opened would, be duplicated in the order for Friday. All supplies are coming from the zone supply store bouse here. Beans a Big Seller. The women hovers enrRB? vn disappointed at being unable to ?et sugar and bacon. The demand for those two Items was the greatest. Tba demand for nnvv hnn. Bi. - high. Raisins sold as fast as clerks could wrap them up. Canned soups had a big run. r anybody expected women to be the only customer they are mistaken, a nearly every woman who came brought a man along. In many Instance It was tbe hus band, to do the carrylac. After they got there the men seemed as eager to boy as their wive, and even did the earrvlncr without grumbling. In some case big sons were brought along. Newlyweds there were aplenty, taking advan tage of a chance to beat the high cost or Irving at the very start. The store is to stay open two weeks. Crowd Turned Away. More than S2090 in government roods was sold by noon, according to Mr. McSain. One thousand customers were served In the first four hours of the sale and three times that number were turned away. By noon the stock (Contlnned on page . column S. Headliners In Today's Theaters ALHAJinitA "Love Insurance," Bryant Wash burn. CIJOU "Til Get Him Tot." Dorothy Gtab- CRAWFORD "Hawaiian Singers," Mack Sen nett Comedy. B I. LAN AY "The Unpardonable Sin." GRRC1AN "The Fall of Barbary Coast." MAJESTIC "Safety First." trXIQCE "Tbe Best Man." J. Warren Ker rigan. WIGWAM "Behind the Scenes." Mary Pick-ford.