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EL PASO HERALD IS SUffle WORLD: START " Pretty Visitor From Arkansas PLANS TD REGAIN LOST COMMERCE KinsT r x rso 1Z GEH i ' ' - ' -. . 1 ft Br FRAXK B. SIMOXDS "ITrASHTNGTON. J. C, Jan. 24 U Many times since the armistice he question of Germany's future at titude toward the world has bee raised and many and varying: answers av been given-. On the whole, Americans have tended to argue that Jerman militarism had been crushed, v hile Europe. and particularly I ranee, hsa remained sceptical. Perhaps the most illuminating doc i. ment. that has yet been submitted ists in the form of a letter written v Matthias Brzberger, 4e leader of "ie German C-nter party, and the uii -who signed the armistice lor ' rinany. This letter was written fx months after that armistice had t en signed, in the latter part of April, when the, Paris conference i. ts reaching the end of its labors. 1 r n as sent by Erzberger to many - e-jim i nssv t fZakm mi n at anil anrtmltaaej an mazine and authentic evidence of? : i Ptai" of the German mind at that f.ment ubMshed and ifc further introduction - necessary than to point out that - e man who wrote it as early as the summer of 1917 proclaimed himself a 1 ampion of peace, taking a proml- it part in that German peace dem onstration in the relchstaet out of hich w as evolved th formula, race -w irtiout annexations or in- . msiiit-s. Germaay Is Winning. "The -world political position of 'ma.ny has jrreaUy imDroved since i .e armistice.' he writes. , "Six u.ontlis ago we were faced by a firm :.emie& Now has happened, as was vublic opinion .on the aide o our levrtabJe. that he various elements it the entente are working for their nimmuaj nterescs ax xne peace con 'rein.e. The strength of union .imone the entente has lone since ujsapp-ared. Bngland and America t.m driun us as competitors from the world's markets and have no spe cial Interest to injure us further. France, in order not to lose ht r plac1 as a great power, seeks to strengthen it at our cost. Nevertheless, strong and influential factors are at wnrL- there for the overthrow of th pres- ! ent government. Throughout the en tire entente there is a growing ten- uency lq anue uie n iisonian prin ciples with revolutionary socialism The result is a, protest against fur ther pr.Hure on Germany. Jt may also he affirmed that the entente is essentially weaker in frghting strength. We have, it is true, a poweriul oiemy force against us theoretically, but advocates hav f arisen for us m the heart of th:s overpowering fore-. Oernian Territory, i "Alsace-Lorraine and a part of the province of Posen must be put down ' as lost, but Germany will not die in consequence- ' Frontiers Safe. f '"The other frontier which wore in i danger are in a different Dosition now. Thee, the French dreamed of This letter has never before beeiw the annexation of the left bank of the iinine. tne I'oies already looked upon vest Prussia, the Mazuren district in east Prussia and the enitre govern ment Oppeln'as part of their future kingdom. There were Germans, and unfortunately not a few, who con sidered this a possibility. Today, however, all these horrible pictures have passed into the background. j. rue, me t rencn still want perma- nent possession of the left bank of the Rhine, but this is only a modest return of annexation desires. i "We must not forget that from im- . memorial times. Hjinee the epoch of Charlemagne, through the eras of Louis XIV and Napoleon I. up to thf ! last year of the war, the French mind has always seen the natural eastern , frontier in the Rhine and this Rhine t frontier has always had a prominent I place in the folklore of the nation, f Poets have sung of it, historians' nave written or it. "Aad'now, when the old dream was nearly realised, the Rhine frontier wtlL from principle, -no longer be spoken of; it will be occupied .until the agricultural and economic dam age done has been handed down to them, with their nresent ntanri f order to appreciate the situation. Germany's Position "The estimate of damage has be come more precise and therefore more dangerous. We must protest against It with all the strength and all the means in our nower. We dare i not only make 4. difference between . the territorial and economic claims of ;or enemies, or the spirit of the eiC i tt might be influenced against us. jurrciorc we mom rontiucr xne eco nomic conditions with, the entente, at the time of signing is not finally settled. II wc today have Jefor- us an entente which is so greatly weak ened in comparison with the autumn t 191 1. what will it be in a few years, or in ten years? Will the en-! tente then be anything nre than an GREAT BELIEVER INBIACORAUGHT Oklahoma Lady TeH HowHer Hat band Believe In Bfack Draagfet and Ue It For Many Aiknentj. 'owata. Okla. Mrs. W.'B. Dairson. a resident ot this phwe, says: TMy' husband is a great believer is Black- fraught and thinks It cures about ! historical memory r' everything. It is splendid for headache, eensti-J pation (which usually causes head rche. Indigestion, or any kind of stomach trouble, and we jut keep It for these troubles. I don't know when tee haven't need It, and we al ways find it satisfactory., i I know ft has done as both a let of good a saved ntaa? Man, t ise It in teaspoon doses at first and follow with small 'doses, and It sure does make a person feel like new. It cleanses the liver better than any other liver tonic I have ever used, and after taking; a thorough conrss na ture asserts Itself and yoa are not left In a constipated condition that i'ollows a lot of other aative medi cines. This Is one thins I like es pecially abont It For over I years Thedford's Black Draught has been in nee for many f.mple ailments and today ,s a recog nised standard remedy In thousands of family medicine chesti It win pay you to keep Black-Draught in the house for use when needed. Tour druggist sells it. Adv. sBbhbhF I'. . "fliBisK- 1 ni '- ' naHasssasasb ' TV " " f saaaVsaalBtA. jlsKi -M alV JbbW U saBBBBKsPk' JsaUBBE ' v4 HB HKnKfiJQSw r4 .f 4-. i.ldr' cstr rvSaJeAsl A 1 isaiJI' Jia 1 r -Photo by Keldman Sto-JJo. j MISS ANNE BROWK. of Camden, Arkansas, who has armed to be the guest P'l of Miss Mary Gates Redmond until after' the marriage of the latter in muw iv oiirtj. jouica iuiuuic ua luc uiuica oieitcs aiiay. iniss muwa is iu be maid of honor at the wedding and after the wedding she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Earl L. Hatfield, for a-risit. Miss Brown will be present for the many charming social affairs hieh are dotting the calendar in Miss Redmond's honor. side of clear winnings. And there !s things might be much tvorse than Germany unit remember that the present xrar i nothing ele than an episode In the strngicle with the Anglo-Saxon race for world dominion,- an episode which has dereloned In a manner which Is not nblntely to oar disad vantage. On the contrary, when we count tbft galna and loc the present condition In the .world are. from onr atandpolntv 'similar and balanced. It la trne. the Anarlo6axona. our chief enemies, havelteen strengthened ( inrougn tne war. let not directly. Indirectly, it is the contrary. With- t Ftance, England ia wamk on the continent, where she (Prance) hi the strongest ontDOSL we hare thoroughly weakened the latter that so.q wui neTer oe aoie to recover. After sneh a blood-letting. sleV nesswIllactln. The more so since the Anglo-Saxons, the British as weH as the Americans. are deter mined to hold the commerce of the allies In their own hands. In spfte of the intoxication of vic tory, France, in the coming years, will be weaker than she was before the war. At any rate she will not be a danger to us. Play nto German Hand. The Poles, as outpost for Anglo French policies, did not exist before the war. and are now 'about to be pushed back to -their former place. Here otir position has undoubtedly weakened bnt evan here much has de veloped to favor" us. It was very satisfactory to us that our deadly enemies, the Czechs, should fight the roles in Tescheny The Poles were rAturaliy engaged and the result ie that we have no fear of an alliance uc.l"n tnese two races, both ene-S aMitrp oi ours. "This advantage came to ns quite unexpected and may be placed on the another anti-Polish element in the east, which we worked for and in which we have put capital: the Uk rainians. " "We must give, the Austrians the credit 'for having stirred up the Uk rainians, but the upport and the entire structure came from Germany, both before and during the war. Without us. the Ukrainians would not .today' .be against, the Poles Publi cations or all Jnds, m various lan guages, in regard to the Lithuanian and Ukrainian question, will, through us be spread throughout neutral and enemy countries. In certain entente countries, especially, naturally, in America, 'the sourcea are those which form public opinion, by general news on the Lithuania! and Ukrainian question. The grea success of our efforts on this territory permits us to hope for attainment of on; ends. Propaganda Goes On. "With our newly created atlle the Lithuanians and especially the ' Uk--Faiaaians. our propaganda must not stop for an Instant in svengthainmg the Betf-'conecftmenesa Of this erAtfon and to turn It against the Polish ele i ment. This win net rest on single, I energetic action on our part. The signing of the peace does net, of course, mean an end to the develop ment of our political ends. The Lithu anian and Ukrainian affairs will al ways be ef great importance to us. It is a q est ion of two points of sup port for our policy in regard to Russia. We need Lithuania and 17k rsInTa as German on t posts. As Poland most be weakened. As Prance in the -west, so Poland 1st the Fast Is the cornerstone of Anclo-Saxon continental power.. Poland guarded, the way to llns ta is closed. If we succeed In keeping Poland down. ' If will mean enormous galna for us. m the first place, France position on the continent Is In the long ran. untenable,- second, the "naty to Russia Is then open. That Is. even for a blind man Germany a future. Itussla Is now ripe. If planted with German- seed, to eome Into the great German fu ture. Nothing; must disturb ns tn the great problem, before us. ' Poland is the sole, but a very powerful obstacle. "Therefore It is important not to lose courage, bnt to keep In mind that thev are. Mu,t "Sot Stop. "On the other hand, however. must continue our work ceaselessly in the east, and ever keen before our eyes the srigantie reward which, we nope to ootain. If we jiucceed la hindering he bnildlne up of a strong Poland, then the future is quite clear for us Then the Anglo-Saxons can not close tfaevoad to Itussla to us. "We will, undertake the restoration of Kuasra and In possession of snch support we wilt be ready, within ten or fifteen years, to bring France, without any dif ficulty. Into our power. The march march towards Paris wlH be faster than In 1914. The last etep bnt ose towards the world domin ion will then be reached. The continent I onrs. Af terwards w HI follow the last stage, the closing struggle between the continent y.nd" tfce overseas.' V ... . . In. a sense, all comment on this let- Mar s uimi'Uiuery. And. yet certain things stand out Bin singly. The Entente Gap. First of all. the gap between the various entente countries baa & r..llv -IiUm1 In MI elffht mOUthS that have followed the writing of the! letter, and tienaany s purpose to advantage of this breakdown In the alliance between her conquerors has been disclosed in her attitude toward signing the protocol. rhm Mm hold in America that Ger- many had lost the war outright finds dental in i-irxDerger assertion ini "the present war is nothing else than an episode in the struggle with th Anglo-Saxon race for world domin ion: an eptsooe wnicn na aewiwu In a manner which is not absolutely to our disadvantage." In a word. Erzberger, the leader of the peace movement of 1917, as late as April. 1M9, was beginning again to fall Into the language of Bern hard i and talk about the "next war." Not less signifi cant is the assertion: "We have so thoroughly weakened France that she 'A, Fashionable Bazaar of Exquisite t SUIT i will n.v.r he able to recover." Bern hardi said:v "We must so deal with France in tne next war tna sne tth, rer cross our path again. .rz ger notes that this part ot th$pro im has been fulfilled, iut most Important of all tn this sensational document is tne dtscus- This rare showing of new Spring Suits is so comprehensive, so de lightfully stylish in every Well planned particular that frpmihe sim plest inexpensive offering to the mod elaborate creations a rare indi viduality prevails. Come ancTsee all that is new in Suits in New York, London, Paris and the Reviera it's here. First as usual. -at 150 Here it a tail a $30 thai vill came every oman wfco xes il to bay mtlmfkr. We consider il Qte best table e heer offered m years al $56. AH the" hletl liyUt fitted. lemi-iiUcJ and ripple csw! made of Trkelme. Serge, Poplin, etc., -WoSoftj tik Ikied aU. sizes. Colors are Tut$, blefck. Ian, cepen ami cM of Spring's latest colors. -at f85 These beautiful sails al $65 arc simply stunomg gar snenli of qaofyy, you'll agree workmanship arid material the very best ne serge. gabardincmd tricot'me stal ing plain and fancy ssVt fin ings, ripple, flare, straight line and. lelied models aU sizes aU colors. 1 -at 75 Very exceptional and very, charming and altogether itafm iMte are mete beauti ful tails of Spring al $75 settings the best obtainable iricoikie. gabardine. French serge. Point T3l lead 'nary andbhek predominates t-iancy towered and semp kAored styles all sizes U. model and perfect for every one don't fail to see these sviU FIRST. at 35 You hope' no idea &hat a nobby Spring Scat $35 &itf buy here. The hie express brought in some ''darlings." They cook in pephn and serge. smY Sned coals mth pleated and tucked trimsnmg others -oik belts braid and baftan kimmed. All sizes navy and black. A MOST hrillUml cotleclion of high grmJe Spring Suits exclusive ' i-l iitdieh. feblmng- all? thai is ne and, slyiuh for Sprmgi mxiiwn. . lenglb coals, belled or stylishly plain, others have ripple-flare coats while ethets are vet short some odmbined vtilh It. Wont you com'eln Mon day and see these new suits? 79.50 to 175.00. Second Fhef'SaSm.' J rOaBSBSBB&WaWSSJBnBBBJBBmBjSB&flSSSBn u jjf llllp FURNOVRE S4 EBB 1 Fl 3 II Tri-n W W.ll WSfM - - Positively Close f1 '" "iSx REDUCTION Tins is the opportunity of the year to et jurt exactly yftA you waat in furniture and get it for one-fourth lets than reg ular price. It is a genuine sale. It is a sale that has brought ns the patronage of the best people in El Paso all went away satisfied You know the class of iaerch.ndise.we carry it is the best none of.it is reserved, just look around and make your selections and then you wBl hate the satisfaction of knowing that the actual money you have SAVED will pay for the Jane you have taken at a princely wage! But remember, there are just SIX DAYS MORE ' lalfA dsmSt Bill lyiljf lio Grande Furniture Co. 109 SOUTH STANTON STREET WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR ston of PoUnd. Auasn. aaya m berger. b the real parti. All the re sources of propaganda. paciQsa. ai- tatlea, most d conceiKimica w wr ins Poland weak. A Strong Poland deeded. Th. rnindi nereeived earlr that a strenr Poland was essential to tne h balance ot power in Europe. Freacn ffnoIiCT has aimed to make Poland strons;. ana nooaay aas saww u. cm sons for this policy more clearly than ynhartrw. Hut whsl has been 'the eonseanence? Liberal papers In Am.rlrtt and Srarland hare teemed with denunciation of the French con tinental policy. "French imperiaiism and "French Desire to Erect a Bal ance of Power-System in Europe" have fUled columns daily and weekly In British x liberal newspapers and American magazines. It has been an essential circum stance in the German plan to resume th. .tt.j.li- nun .Mtrn .lrl1i.rlAi that France, weakened materially -by the war. snouia oe stneaen morauy by allied criticism. It is one of the unfortunate cir cumstances ever present in the case of Germany that she is able to en llstln Anglo-Saxon countries a very largre influence among soealled lib erals against those who for the time being Interfere with her purposes or stand 'in her pathway. In all the pe riod nerore tne war tne men who told Great Britain of the coming storm the men who bade Great Britain pre pare, were assailed by the liberal press and the liberal statesmen with out limit. German Influence. Since Germany surrendered the same influences have been cor n trated against the countries and ces who might serve as a barrier against a resumption of the German attack. Reading Enberger's letter, one can see the extent of our victory over the German and the permanence of the lesson taught. Copyright. 1920, by ilcClure Newspaper Syndicate. End Of Yellow Fever In World Predicted New Tork, X. T., Jan. 24. Complete elimination of yellow fever through-1 out the world will soon be, a reality, in the opinion of Dr. George E. Vin cent, president ot the Rockefeller Foundation. At a luncheon of the Rotary club ia the Hotel McAlpin here he said that "flying squadrons" were rapidly driving the malady from South America and African countries. He added: "We intend to eliminate malaria al together, if possible; and the slogan of the south will be. 'Malaria mnst be eliminated once and for all time.' " Death; Of Criqiii,yE?k7kii T?tsyti r 7i lTiit'n Pin Jt- CtLsIl JLSlllls&J, A T. TT -il -' ti " LOt; der. sartny youth, evidently of Span By XKUTOX (Je PARKE. Paris. France. Jan. 24. The death under tragic circumstances of Criqul, once a well known Paris actress, has crystallized public attention on the drag evil, with the result that, the police are now making wholesale ar rests of endors of cocaine, morphine and heroin Six years ago Criqui arrived In Paris from a provtcianl town, an or phan seeking work. She obtained em ployment as a chorus girl, but ad vanced so rapidly that in leas than two years sne was one or tne stars or the Paris concert halla. Then she be gan to lose her sprightliness and flnallT disaDoeared from the stare al together, roe meairscai people down town heantuhat she Was proprietress for heavy of a rendefn&z in Montmartre , for Eamoiers wno piayea only Sjtt' SCHOOLS ,IN STATE TO TEACH MUSCULAR WRITING Austin. Texas, Jan. 24. The state text book commission today adopted as writing texts muscular writing, books 1 to 7 by at. S. Graves, sold by W. S, Benson and company, Austin, at 6 cents each. The conttact tras made-for three years. Representatives of the Austin chamber of commerce aked the com- mission today to revoke its rullne that no representative of a text book concern shall come to Austin during a sitting or the commlrsion, unless they are sent for. ber of commerce, said that text book!orders whose backs ache, and whose representatn es are now torced m Kvsuvnfl are nwrnm with .,... ..i stop In neighl'onng towns and tl.at ' Nesrlv .-rerrrvirlv h l. .1 ne did not consider that the present ' -:j i ;-. t. ifi r .. , ","-.1 ""; band got me a bottle of favorite Prescription' bnt by the time! bad taken this one bottie my health was com- Ptetety restored. Dr. Kerce's Favorite Pre- . )EKnpuon as a one mem- eme lor women and J. take pieastrre in erring it a recommend." Mas. N J VEas, 1520 Everett St. ( San Antonio, Texas; 'Tor about three years I have been m a nm-inwit condition. I would be so weak at times i coma scarcely get around. I was ex tremely nervous, could not sleep and I was in a miserable state when just recently I was advised; to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I have not taken all of one bottie but am feeling better than I have for a long time. I am going to costmne its use for I know it is help- f mmi any meaicine 1 nave tato"" Mas. H. T. Kjoppa, 913 Burleson St. If a woman is nervous or has .dizzy spells, suffers (fom awful pains at regular or irregular intervals she should turn to a woman's tonic made up of hesbs, and without alcohol, which makes weak women strong and sick women well It' is- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Druggists sell it in liquid or tablets. Send 10 cents to the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trisl package. Dr. Pierce's AnuricTahLta ir.tAA for people who suffer from kidney di- and that she was makiag a. twice she dined ' of the restaurants near opera and always departed alone a oisr umt'usine. A few nights ago Crftrui entered the famous Bal Tabann dancing palace in Montmartre on the arm of a slen- , aer. swarthy youth, evidently of Span- . I Jsh extraction. They ordered a bottle I of wine and began dancing. In the i midst of a wild fox trot and with the K eyes of half the spectators on her. I Criqui suddenly fell to the floor in a swoon. She was carried to the dress ing room, but died without regaining consciousness. The police investigation showed that Criqui's death bad been caused by an overdose of mornhtnA h.l rh,t another show girl, known on the stage t aJ.,"'Mltzi-" had given it to her. i Mltzi,' was first held on a homicide charge, but finding that she could not u conviciea tne ponce laid a new charge of trafficking tn drugs. 'The following night raids we're made all over the city. In one big restaurant in the heart ot Paris a captain of waiters and several wait ers working under him were arrested as drug vendors. It was proven that they had made large sums of money selling cocaine, principally to women patrons. Several other raids in the Montmartre district brought into court owners of dru stores and to bacco shops. One book dealer who concealed coealn fn.M. ,h. .w..,H Of a Certain book Whruu. nam. ,... ' supposed to be known only to drug " wuo were an ngn rested and heavily fined. TEXAS WOMAN SUFFERS . FROM PAINS IN HEAD Hooston. Texas: "A few months ago I nrv Health kaxmi. . T ZZ down. weak and hh. J oi i T 5". wn .wer. a" "ght" was ar- . -- ww im mica ana neavl eat nor sleep. I suf- w.1twannS:ProW Swap Private erable wbea my hu&- Stocs Of Two Rare t"T T T- T yjta-l ime Luxuries, Nuueq. N. J, Jan. S4 J. C Sorter. a Wall Street sugarjwoker who Uvea here, was going tf stage a certain celebration th other dav. hnt dis covered his wine cellar was empty. I While thus distressed be met another 1 Wall street man, to whom he confided! u (roiutie. "Well, if you can get me about lie pounds of sugar." said the other uroaer laugntngiy. ru give you some of my stock." After convincing him that he had 100 pounds of the precious staple. Mr. Horter asked what he would offer lor it. "I'll give you a botfle of gin. two bottles of 100-proof whisky and four bottles of Burgundy wine," his friend told him. The bargain was then gone) through with in the most serious manner possible. j W SHAVk W w vviin niTsHfOfTFi 1 II III S M ft ! Ill I il ii lii i mv TbeHeaitbySp-fB-Date v. Cuticura Way milk rommlss!on needs prote-tmn Irom t00 ; . Anuni1 iDet (UssoIto unc scui China Fears To Reduce Army; Biggest In World Washington, D. C Jan. 24. China has an army of 1.259,000. the Urctfst in any nation, and there is strong agi tation for partial demoblllxal'.on. Chi nese leaders and some foreign ad visers are urging the Peking govern ment and the provinces to cot the forvd to 50,0. and to maintain ?tf.000 uf these at the border lines. 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