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KL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1920. ' V TO TALK FOR IHISH FREEDOM Prof. Arthur Upham Pop, a nun of national renown as an orator, will lecture in El Paso Monday even Ins at the Woman's club In the interest of Irish freedom. He comes here i nder the auspices of the organiza tion known as the Protestant Friends c Irish Freedom and the purpose of is lecture, according to Rev. Fr. A. T Upton, Is to show that the qnes- on of Irish freedom is not one of r hpion. but of politics and right. I -of Pope is the son of a Baptist 1 mister and was recently connected v.ith the University of California and Amherst college- He has been asso ciated for several months past with v-e eeneral staff of the United States a -my as a civilian adviser and was! active in organization wori ior ine war department during the world ar The question of Irish freedom is not a religious one," said Fr. Upton. for the condition of Ireland was worse than it is today, SftO years be- re there could have been a relig ious issue. There wa never a reltg ii us issue in Ireland until the Eng lish sent their capitalists over to t lster to colonise and anglicise the ountry. All the TJlsteiites are Eng 1 sh, not Irish." WOMEN TAKE MORE INTEREST IN OBTAINING TAX RECEIPTS Business in the tax collector's of fic picked up Saturday. Two depu t f-s were kept busy most of the day i suing poll tax receipts. Records show that women during the last week have taken more tn--rest than heretofore in paying their i o tax, 600 women so far having I l The records also show a total of 7 receipts have been issued, S84 . which were exemptions Only one n ore week remains in which to pay t'ie tax 11 TO GOES IS DITCH. a derr.ck is being erected and workmen are engaged in raising an automobile from the Irrigation ditch i'i Juarez where it crosses Coxnercio street, where it fell Friday night. I Xccording to the police, the car is ; r w ned bv J C Perry, of El Paso. j EL l'ASO Y" BNTBBTAIXS. "-. hundred and fifty persons at- t r.ded a party at the T.1LCA. Fri i.. fvemnsr. Lean vaar slants and ur, tests furnished most of the enter- 1 mnment- The big gymnasium was decorated in a mass of carnival paper. U. S. Business ToPromoteNew Russian Trade Washington. D. C Jan. 2. Rep resentatives of a number of Ameri can business ftrms met here today to organize an "American-Russian trade board" to promote commerce between the United States and soviet Russia. high Machine company, presided, and . announced that an effort would be made to have the American govern- , ment lift the "blockade" in accord i with the decision of the supreme i council at Paris , I Mr. Jennings said companies rep-. resented at the meetings Included Morris & Co, Chicago packers; the Borden Condensed Milk company. Rahn-Lannon and company, machine . i .. raif.n.ti' ntMHnan1 tool Duunii v. v.ii-m.. - .- and company. New York Importers. . ... , wi p..ii.h K.ru 1 tn ana tne vMonjuia ric. ing company of New Tort Dudley Field Malone. former coun sel for L.uawi6 t. a.,- "ri"-. V-z; styled Russian soviet "ambassador to the United States, was among those attending. He said he was rep resenting his own interests and American clients in New York. ELKS DESIGNATE FEBRUARY 3 TO HONOR PAST HIGH RULERS EI Paso Elks are planning a Ms time Tuesday night. February s. which has been designated by .the grand lodge of Elks as past exalted rulers- night. Past e ' l-1! fill all lodge chairs and will conduct the initiatory work. .. After the lodge meeting, a banquet will be served in the dining room in honor of exalted rulers. The enter tainment committee, composed of Charles Armstrong, chairman; Barry Hagedon, Max Move. E. Wilson and J. H. Conlln will arrange the program for the evening. ,.., The outgoing past exalted rulers or the El Paso lodge are. T. J. Be"; George H. Higglns. S. J. GaUin. Park W. Pitman. Kdward Kneezel, Hubb W. Crouse. George E. Wallace. W. H. Scott. Joseph W. Yard. W. W. Brtd lersTcTl Holmes. V. R. Stiles. R. D. Barnura. Max H. MUler. V. B. Andreas and H. E. Christlt Mr. Holmes, now a resident of san Diego, is in El Pass on business. TO DISCUSS CnUISTIA.'VITT. The question of practical Christian ity will come in for consideratloon Sunday afternoon when the discussion group the Y. X. C A- will discuss -How ean you tell a Christian when yon meet one: i iceTI iT-P-V.-evening fellowship hour, which starts it f. lock. with special music and singing. Following the discussion lunch will be served. m . , S i r Banish Worry Do your cooking Jn the Thermatic Fireless Stove. No fear of burning or over-cooking. No watching the time. No burnt fingers from bast ing. Heat the discs for twenty minutes, put the food in the Thermatic and forget about it until time to serve. You can cook every meal in the Thermatic TKermatic Fireless Stove is lined with heavy seamless aluminum, perfect ly insulated, and a great saver of fuel and food. A removable steam valve makes the Thermatic fine for baking. Pictured above it Tbermatic Fireless Stove No. 29 with com plete outfit which includes one 6-quart and two 3-quart half high aluminum vessels, three radiators, standard baking rack, tongs and cook book. Complete $QQ Q C with stand tPOO.ip No. I Therraatic Fireless Stove, has one compartment with stand, 8-quart vessel, two radiators, standard baking rack, tongs and cook book. I ?. ? No. 4, same as No. 1. except 12-quart capa- (t O ""7 O C aty. Priced at "$ ? No. 6, same as No. 29 except 12-quart ca- &A r rrC pacity and extra radiator. Priced at tPtVs I J No. 39. has three 8-qaart compartments. Complete with stand, two 8-quart and three 3-quart vessels, five radiators, standard baking rack, tongs aad cook book. (UCQ Oft Priced at i&DD.&D Thae cookers and their outfits are hand'ds placed for Jour xmptxJioTu We wU be ufad to have yea see them. Krakauer Zork Co. KracKajacK Service Pleases i 117 San Francisco Street Telephone 1040 BLANTON RAPS LABDR LEADER Washington, D. C Jan. t Enact ment of an ti-sedition legislation was urged before the house rules commit tee today by representative Blanton, Democrat, of Texas and DaTey, Democrat, of Ohio. The Texas mem ber vigorously attacked president Gompers of the American Federation of Labor for his opposition to such legislation and charged that the de partment of labor was "honeycombed with anarchy." Asserting that Mr. Gompers had not been patriotic during the war, Mr. Blanton charged that when pro vost marshal general Crowder Issued his "work or fight order." the labor leader openly opposed it, declaring he "would call a revolution." Over COOO Striken Blanton added that 6000 strikes oc curred in this country during the war and that, at times, president Wilson had to "compel nwn(to work." Consrea must either pans sedition Intra rraleb won Id aqnelcfc anarehy or else bear tbe mark of haiinf bivred to Com per. Mr. BlantJn said. He added lt Is simply a question of whether yon Trant to be reelect ed. Attacking the department of labor. Blanton said be hoped the Republi cans would be victorious In the com ing presidential election, "if it Is im possible to obtain a Democratic cab inet officer who stands for Ameri canism." "The Republicans will win, any way " chairman Campbell Interjected. I'eople AMU Iteiolt "Not if you vacillate on this bill." representative Blanton retorted. "The people won't stand for you bowing to Gompers." Representative Davey, who intro duced attorney general Palmer's anti sedition bill last November, told the committee he "was a friend of labor until it joined hands with anarchy." Ought to Resign, Says Palmer to Aid, Quilling Over Policy On Radicals "Washington, D. C Jan. 24. Attor ney general Palmer, replying to a letter from Francis Fisher Kane, an nouncing his resignation as United States attorney for eastern Pennsyl vania on account of disagreements with the policy of the department of Justice, charged the attorney with "an apparent misconception of the duties of the department of Justice In the enforcement of the laws as written. For that reason, Mr. Pal mer wrote attorney Kane that he was "bound to say that your resigna tion seems to me to be quite the proper step for yon to take." In his letter of resignation, Kane said he took the step .because he felt "out of sympathy with the anti radical policies of Mr. Palmer and his methods of carrying them oat." 1 STRIKE PROHIBITION BILL lj IS COMPLETED IN KANSAS fj Topeka, Katu, Jan. 21 Industrial I legislation, said by many to be revo H'lutionary in character, was completed fin Kansas Friday when the legisla- ture enacted a bill establishing in the m state a court of industrial relations H having jurisdiction over essential in i dnstries invested with a public in- terest. The bill, as signed by Gov. H. !J. Allen, affects food, clothing, fuel H and transportation, prohibits strikes H or lockouts in these industries and E provides severe penalties for eon s splracy to promote strikes or to in- terfere with production. li j ITALIAN STRIKE AGITATORS CAUSING ALARM IN COUNTRY Paris. France, Jan. 24. The strike agitation in Italy is still In progress. says a dispatch to the Petit Parisian from Turin- -which reoorts that in that city and Verona and in other populous centers the police have ar rested several hundred agitators and that the government has called op the army t class of 19M. A general strike has been declared at Bart, while at Florence the street car employes have gone out. the mes sage adds. The situation is declared to oe not very reassuring. 85 MEMBERS OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF U. S. INDICTED Chicago. I1L. Jan. 24. Indictments against 85 xnembrsof the coramenlst Party of America were returned Fri day The 85 were named In one gen eral conspiracy indictment charging tnern witn advocating ine overurow of the government by violence, and all bat three were named In separate indictments cnarging violation oi ine new state sedition law. Prominent among those indicted are Mrs. Rose ntstor stoices. TEXAS COAL MI.NERS AJVD OPEIUTOR9 TO HE HEARD Washington. D. C Jan. 24. The eoa Istrike settlement commission has decided to begin investigation of miners' wages and coal prices in the fields ontside the central competitive eld beginning February 4. Th dates for hearln&r miners and operators for the outlying fields in clude: February 4. Michigan. Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas. Okla homa and Texas. COURT CHARGES HARPERS PUBLISHED IMMORAL BOOK New York. Jan. 24. Clinton T. Bralnard and the publishing hoase of Harper and Brothers, of which he is president, were found, guilty yester day in the court of special sessions of publishing an Immoral book. Sen tence was deferred one week. Bralnard. who Is a member of the extraordinary grand Jury investi gating an "overshadowing crime." de clared he had -thlng to do with the publication of the book and that It was Impossible for him to read all the volumnes put out by his com pany. POLICE ARREST SUSPECT IN DENVER MURDER CASE TCllvri tn h. a man who la wanted by the Denver police on a charge ofl muraer a young Mexican xno ww arrested Saturday morning by police ..ra-aant a. C Houston, and is being held at police headquarters for an invaatlzation. Several days ago a picture of the suspect was received here, with a de scription. The police say the man answers the description, although he has denied any criminal activity In Denver. He admitted that his home was in Denver. 66jHwr RABBIT Save time and money by using our practical, self cleaning, labor-saving Rabbit Hutch. We make any kind of Hutch you order. Call and see our model. RHEINHEIMER LUMBER CO. Piedras, Alameda and Myrtle. Phone 498. SATIIA.V KI'NGSBURY DBAD. New York. Jan. 24. Nathan (Tom Ing Klnri-ourv. first vice president of the American Telegraph company, died suddenly at his home here last night, apparently from heart disease, it was learned today. He was at his office yesterday. Curtis Co. buy Liberty Bones. Adv Gas Engines Immediate shipment Southwestern Wrecking Co. 506-8 San Francisco St sr - v . hia. v-v (sa-A S? c3ev . SsrSbi 59 inn $rJE j MrvMK i Cor. Mesa Are. and Ssn Antonio St, Msll asd Phone Orders Promptly Filled Prlisfe Br.ffl Bsrasnge 3360. Mail Orders Out of Town People will find our Mail Order Depart ment a mighty satisfactory source of Spring supply. I J! I I IS? "i Spring' Suits UR advance showing of spring suits next week will prove highly satisfactory. The coats are short with ruffles and rrpples at the hips and in accordance with Paris the shorts are shorter and quite narrow. Eton hip length coats are very much in vogue. Swirling girdles of satin, grosgrain ribbon aad cords trim many of the models. Some are embellished wHk tooekes of vivid em broidery, Tbile others brag of smart shawl cottars and Russian Blouse effects. Materials are: Gabardine, serge. Point twill, Jersey, trieotine, EtoSe de Laiae. Colors are navy, tan, gray and sand. Prices range $34.50, $39.50, $49.50 to $225. THERE is a variety of materials as well as modes. Georgette is quite as fashionable as Almarette, a new material that is akin to Trieotine, and Meteors find a definite place in the ward robe of the fastidious, while others will not sbght Gros de Loa dre Taffeta or Poiret Twill. The short sleeve and by short we mean way above the elbow, too-oceupies a very conspicuous place in the realm of Spring fashion. Paris tells us that she has the audacity to wear these brief sleeve-lets without gloves, while New York, being a bit more timid, allows only an inch or two bare arm to show. What 1 Paso will do remains to be sees. The "hip-ped oat" effect with tight bodices and form-fitting basques, is charmingly portrayed in many of the Popular Spring Models, ftccenfian pleating, side raffles, wired sklrta, stiff eJr, eular hip draping, harem skirts, Victorian collars and Greeian neck lines are to be found in the advance showing this Spring. Trimmings hae a tendency td be heading, brightly colored yarw and silver and geM embroidery. Drcttis Continued WIDE VARIETY OF COOICE Some of the spring dresses in the advance showing are Taf feta dresses with the new short sleeves, aeeor dian pleated ruffles. The colors are blue, bbek and brown. Prices range from $39-50 to $185X0. Bead trimmed Georgette dresses are shown in colors of navy, pink, light grey, rose and taupe. Prices range from $39.50 to $225.00. We are also showing some beautiful Edward L. Mayer models in taffeta and georgette prices range from $225.00 to $400.00. Sport dresses in trieolette, crepe de ehine and pongee are hiterestiBg items. The colors are pink, white and various'combiEatioas of cetera. Prices range from $7430 to $15930. Printed Georgette dresses in all the new shades are items of more than ordinary interest Prices range from $6930 to $18930. Spring styles in serges, Jneetines and Poiret Twin dresses are shown in a big range of choke for"thts. early in the season. Prices range from $3430, $3930 to $135X0. Spring Pellicoals Regular and extra sise petticoats made of mescaline, taffeta and silk Jersey, in all eefers to go with Spring garments. Prices range from $630 to $3950. Spring Sweaters Practically complete stocks of spring sweat ers are shown. Prices are: Spring sweaters of wool, $735 to $29.50. 9mg sweaters of fiber, $10.00 to $29.50. Spring sweaters of sOk, $3130 to $930. Sth Floor. Spr brine Coats Our present showing of sport coats will supply every demand. These come in polo doth, rweea-o-woet, eonvia, uvbhk, "wm and checked velours. The colors are tan, brown, green, rose and heather. Leather coats will be largely worn this spring and our baes of these are complete. doth coats range in price $3430, $3930 and up to $225.00. Leather coats range in price $59.50 to $14950. Spring Skirls We show a complete line of silk skirts is satis baronets, crepe de chine, Raylettes, Kumsi Kmasa, crystal cord, Juliette and Xewport cord in all the new Spring shades. Prices range from $25.00 to $5930. Our line of wool skirts in velour. polo doth and trieotine is complete. These are knife and aeeordian pleated, straight fines aad beU shape. Prices range from $1630 to $4930. ' Spring Blouses See the sew ideas in Basque. sHpovers, tailored and fancy blouses shown. Materials are set, georgette, crepe, crepe de came and trieolette. Colors are navy, jade, orange, Hberty red, flesh and white. Prices range from $4.95 to $4930. Spring Smocks Our showing of spring smoeks is trnly wonder ful. Gorgeous colors in silk and cotton crepe, embroidered in bright yarn about the neck lines, cuffs and pockets or a gaUy colored motif on the front of the smock that blends with the belt. Prices are $4.95, $330, $930 and on up to $2930. Spring Styles in 9 Own Shop Next week we wfll make an extensive showing of wash frocks b the new spring fash ions, which pays tribute to the charms and graces of, girlhood. Every style u designed with beauty, comfort and service. Eery garment is finished with careful attention to details which adds to the appearance. GINGHAM DRESSES Beginning Monday we have arranges to give ooe entire aisle in the Girls' Department to the display of gingham dresses for the children from 2 to 6 years, and the girls of 7 to 14 years. ' 4t Floor. There are seven tables piled high with Gingham and other Wash Dresses. In al most, every instance the merchandise showo has advanced 54 percent on the market since we made our purchase. See Sunday Times for items and prices. See The Window Displays mmff Millinery A splendid showing of Individual Model hats for spring 1920. These are hats that are new and totally different bats with that certain indescribable style and dash to be found only in nullinery displayed at the Popular. The vast variety to choose from will make it easyto find your desired style. You will find Hats from Knox, Cupid, Gage, Goldmr, Mme. Chekanow, Stern, TJfland, Salinger, Hymnd and Warshauer. 5th Floor, Millinery Section. a Special c 0nyx"4Sk Hosiery E have agak received a sample line of Onyx sample sflk hose. These have slight imperfections, but are most remarkable values. These go on sale Monday. Street Floor Lot No. 2 Women's pure silk bose. Full fashioned leg, double garter top of lisle. Black only Price, per pair Lot No. 1 Women's pure sill' hose, seamed leg, double lisle top. Plain and fancy weave Black, white and col ors. Price, per pair Lot No. 3 Women's pare silk hose. Full fashioned leg, double garter top. Pointex heeL Black, white and colors. Price, per pair For Clea k U1C rani Of Coats, Suits and Dresses 'VERY day finds us more urgently in need of space for ' the new arrivals in spring apparel on the 5 th Floor. There is only one way to make sufficient room to acconaodale the new-comers and that is by removing winter stocks. Every garment presented bears lowered marking; some are even priced at less than cost, but we would rather sell them at a sacrifice than hold them over. Those who attend this Quick Clearance early Monday will be able to select suits, coats and dresses at notable savings. And Even More Quick Clearance of EVERY cloth coat in stock has had its price lowered for this sale. Made up of odd lots and broken lots, this sale offers substan tial economies. We Sug'g'est Immediate Inspection Brisk selling Monday may deprive yen of your favorite mode if you do not come early. And it is entirely prob able if you delay too long that yoa may be denied entirely the privilege of profiting by the advantages offered. The sale opens with a gratifying choice of coats as follows: Coals k values to $44.50. Quick ST $19.75 Coats m vahie to $79.50, Quick Clear- ' ifiS 2 A Sil value to $1 19.50.. Quick S59.50 Fifth Floor $32.50 ante at Coats m at Quick Clearance of Suits "THEY are really worth coosider ably more than the Quick Clear ance, but as they represent the last of the seasons offerings, and since color. style and size ranges are broken, we have assembled them into five compre hensive groups and marked the prices for Quick Clearance. $219.00 to $350.00 suits for Quick- ScTat S97.50 $179.50 to $197.50 suits for Qack ScTat $84.50 $149.50 to $169.50 Suits for Quick ScTat $69.5Q $1 10.50 to $139.50 suits for Qmtk ST $59.50 $64.50 to $9730 stats for Quick Uear- asce at Qufc Clearance of Dresses ALMOST every style of frock you could desire is represented m tins Quick Clearance. Besides street and afternoon dresses you will find a lim ited number of evening dresses which soU regabrly at J5B.S0. These and all other winter dresses go at Half Price Advance Showing of 1920 Spring Sillis jrEVER before, at this early date have we been able to make such a wonderful showing of new rpring silks. Practically all of the new silks for spring and summer wear have made their appearance here in large assort ment, displaying wonderful new weaves and color (om Mnatkms. These beautirnl silks will be on special dis play beginning Monday. We cordially invite our patrons to visit this denartmeat and get acquainted with what's what ra silks and dress goods for spring. It is a pleas ure to show these beautirnl new fabrics. We also invite your attention to the special window display of 1920 Fan Ta Si. 19M will WKraestionabty be the largest sea sea far sport silks we have ever known. Manufacturers have foreseen the growing demand for the ever popular sport garment. They have Brodueed for this season the most wonderful collection of beaotiful weaves and color effects imaginable. We have them att. Ask to see 1926 Fan Ta Si ' Otepe Mirette Roahanara Crepe Satin Canton Knmsi Kumsa Dream Crepe Chinchilla Satin Dew Kss and many other beautiful sport materials. Other new arrivals for street and evening wear are novelty floral striped georgets, ribbon striped georgets for novel skirts and blouses. Satin blocked crepes in won lertal shadings. Novel effects in Pussy W i!low taffeta, Cheney Brothers' foulards in a large assortment of new effects. Plain weaves :n all the new shades, ii;h as Pussy Willow Taffetas, Pussy n i!low Satins, Moon Glo Miteor, Moon Glo Satin, Satm Venice, Crepe de Chine. Chi f ion Taf fetas, Cashmere de Soie. Satin Frnraise, Satin de Luxe. Satin America, Ind-rrurti-ble Voiles, Georget Crepe and all other pop ular weaves. 3i Floor. Boys' Wssn Suits New iSpritag Models 1MUNDREDS of new suits have just been H'A received from the best known makers of boys wash suits. Thrifty El Paso mothers should supply their boys for now and the com jag season. All the best styles, such as middies, belted styles, sailor middies, and Oliver Tvtist are shown. Fabrics include charabray, ginghams, mad ras, repp, galatea, peons and many other serv iceable materials. Prices Range froei $2.00 to S6.50 Fourth Floor.