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O HERALD TODAY'S PRICES. Vaxicas bnlt nota, state bills. $549 " " jw-os. old. $1 3, Vfxiean gold T-aO "0 njt-:oale. Zc. bar wlver BAH. quotation 1 3Z . copper Il91lic. srrin. Trnk ; livestocks, weak; stocks. WKVTHE15, FORECAST. EI Paso and Wet Tex ftobaWy I x-, Mexico Fair. temperatST chanted. Artoaa Fair EL PAS LATEST NEWS BY ASSOCIATED G erman ALLIES IGNORE D1PL0WIAGY1N LOBBYING Tradition and Precedent Thrown to Winds in Treaty Fight. LODGE CONFERS . WITH BRITISHER Logan Act Makes "Inter' nal Diplomacy" Pun ishable Offence. By DAVID IjAAVRBXCE. w r VSHTNGTOV, D C . Feb. 5. Euro peon diplomacy, hitherto steepea m Tradition and the sacredness c' p-ecedent has taken advantage of t1 toppy turkey conditions in inter-r'-ona' affairs to cart off Its re cord for the official personality of i o president of the United States to v hom ambassadors are accredited. I nable to reach Woodrow Wilson, ci' her because of his Illness or his p'uhborn refusal to enter into par Us with foreign goeraments con vrrilng a compromise on the treaty i e fore the American senate, Earo-T-ean governments have sought and moxt'ssfully maintained line of eom "innication direct from their foreign o'f.ces to the lobbies of the United fates senate True Story Out. The true stor of what has been c-pnerally known in Washington for n aiiv months but which has been confined to whispers of surprise and s-tonishment but no open protest, cd-u now be told The fact that prime minister Lloyd r?orge sent a cablegram to viscount ijrev which the latter is said by Fnator Borah to hae shown to one rr two senators, advising them that rser at ion a to the peace treaty oaTd be acceptable is not less a sub- -t of speculation and interest than e coincident effort of premier ( 1-menceau similarly to Ret In touch v. it1! senator Lodge and other Bepub licau leaders a few weeks ago. t Massaehussetts leader has him- aelf refrained from mehttoulng the rsroes ot any dwuimiu wcn,i ii5temn. whn he has Insisted have ts&ured Mm that reservations would t e accepted by the a Mies, out re ks n open secret that senator Lodge am iscouut Grey have been in con- renee and that Mr Lodge has dis missed the treaty with diplomatic rep--estntatives of other countries. But so has senator Hitchcock the Democratic leader, and in fairness to hese senators it must be said that trev are generally credited with hav--g" responded to the initiative of the oreign ambassadors -and not sought he conference themselves. Diplomacy, however has estab lished some severe precedents where v it is considered a diplomatic tm-p-opnety of the first order for an ambassador or minister accredited anvwhere to enter into communica i ion directly with the legislative branch of any government without first explaining and obtaining per nission of the foreign office or de partment of state, for the mere men ion of international politics in tbe mted States in a letter to a friend, -which subsequently became public, wrd Sackville West, British ambassa dor to the United States, was sent home by president Cleveland. Sim narlv the Columbian minister to the Lmted States was a few years ago rrrfpruH homo hv secretary Knox, be cause he said the proposed visit of the American secretary or state to s country probably would not be erj welcome. rhnrr ImnrAtirlfiT. r rnimiMr wall how the late sir Cecil Springrice, BritiBh ambassador (Continued on page 2, column Headliners In ' Today's Theaters ALU VHBRA 'She Love and Lies," Norms. Talmaf'ge. BIJOL' "Her Klephant Man," Shirley Mason. CRAWFORD "Macushla," Chauncey Olcott. ELLAX.fi "Toby's Bow," Tom Moore. GIUSCIAIS "The Vallev of Tomorrow" BUI ("Speed") Russell. RIALTO "The Triflers." Edith Roberts; corned? , "The Garage," Fatty Arbuckle. Common Property," Robert An derson, Nell Craig and Colleen Moore. WIGWAM "The 13th Commandment," Ethel navton- Bead Amntemut Ads on Page 6.) THE MAP THAT IS CORRECT BOTH MAPS f tbe reversible edition jmt issued by Eand-McNally and. compaay.aad secured by Tbe Zl Paso Herald for its readers are brand new and up-to-date. New Europe shows the boundaries and countries on a large scale aad in aelprul contrasting colors; the United States nap is similarly catered. Beth are indexed and contain a vast amount of useful informatioiL Herald readers who -want absolutely the best map published, certainly need this tse. To Herald readers this map will be sold for only $250. COUPON EL PASO HERALD, El Pase, Texas, Dear Sfrt : I am a reader of The El Paso Herald. Enclosed find re mittance ef $-5G to pay for the Sand-McNally EI Paso Herald; map of Europe and the TJsHed States. Charges paid to the address below. Name Address Town .. Earn While You Learn;Enlist PRESS. SINGLE COPT. FIVE XICAN BANDITS SEIZE AMERICAN oalks At . CABINET IN BERLIN TO REFUSE ALLY WAR LORD EDICT Council Session Brings Forth Decision to Send Another Note to Entente, Calling Attention to Fatal Results That Would Follow the Submission to the Al lied Demands for the Trial of Teutons. T ONDON, En,, Feb. 5. The German cabinet has decided to send another cote to the allies calling attention to the fatal consequences which would ensue upon extradition of the Germans demanded for trial by the allies for war crimes, according to a Berlin dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph. Coaneil Decides Act. Berlin. Germany, Feb. 5. At the session, a member of the government informed the correspondent of the Associated Press that the ministers were unanimous in declaring that surreader of the men demanded by the allies in the unofficial list re ceived here or any other extradition list was an utter physical Impossi bility. Relations Reach Crisis. Paris, France, Feb. 5. Relations between the. allied powers and Ger many seem I to have arrived at a crisis as a result of the refusal of baron von Lersner, head of the Ger man delegation here, to forward to Berlin the names of Germans whose extradition is demanded by the -entente. This incident apparently finds an echo in the attitude of the Ber lin cabinet, which is reported in Lou don dispatches to hare expressed, through Gustav Noske. minister of de fence, eeemlnc defiance to the pow ers. Baron von Lersner left for the German capital last night. xne list oi uermans accused oiio latron of the laws of 'war, whose ar Baignment is contemplated by the al lies, will be sent to Berlin direct by the council of ambassadors. It te pointed out here that that measures Intended to compel Germany to carry ut 4he extra dition clauses r the Yersallle treaty trill be adopted, but there 1 bo Intimation, a to their -turg. London advices state Sir Auckland Geddes. minister of national services and reconstruction in the Britsh cab inet, declared in an address at An- dnver yesterday that Holland might da reoaired to nut former em peror William on some island out of Europe. Whether he expressed the view of the British government is not knows. Partial List Announced Following Is a Psxttar Hst of per-4 sons demanded tor extraaiuon irom the German government: Karl AecML auKe AiDrecnt or WoertembeYg, submarine commander Arnold ue La I'eree, Gen. count sixt von Arnim, Gen. Otto von Below. count Johann von Bernstorff, former ambassador to the United States; Dr. von Bethman-Holiweg, former im perial chancellor: Gen. von Beseler, count Bismarck, Gen. von Boehm, Gen. von Bothoer, crown . prince Hup precht of Bavaria, the duke of Meck lenburg. Gen. von Bredow, Bronsart von Schellendorf. Gen. Otto von Bue- low. admiral von Capelle. Gen. Gree ner, (en. von Daimllng, nver Pasna, prince Ernst of Saxony. Gen. Falken hausen. Gen. Falkenhayn, prince Frederick of Prussia, Gen. von Gall wltx, Alfred von Glasenapp, Otto von Gottberg. Gen. von Grave nitz. Gen. count Haeseder. Hammerstetn, Dr. Hanlel von Halmpausen, the gran duke of Hesse, field marshal von Hin denberg, whose extradition is demand ed by France and Belgium; prince Au gust oi Honenzonera, prince Kttei Friedrich of HohenzoIlern. the crown prince of Germany, prince Oscatr of iiotienzoiiern, Gen. von iiutler, istnaei WHEAT CONTROL REPEAL IS NEAR Washington. I. C, Feb. 5. A favor able report today on senator Gronna's bill, repealing the wartime measure under which the government controls wheat prices, was ordered today by the senate agriculture committee. The vote was unanimous. Under a committee amendment the United States Grain corporation v must wind up its business, pay into the treasury its profits- estimated at approximate ly $W,trW,W, and submit to congress a complete report of Hs operations Guy S. Stoker Plans to Wed Emily Knowles Washington, D. C Feb. 6. Gay & Splker, of Baltimore, called at the immigration bureau here today to learn wheether the government would object to bis rnarriage to Miss EmUy Knowles. a young English woman. who arrived recently from England with her little child, which Mrs. Per ley R. Spiker, wife of the man Mies Knowles says is the father of the child, has offered to adopt. Spiker was told that the govern ment had no further interest in. the matter. State EL PASO, TEXAS. CENTS Hakki Pasha, Gen. von Kluck. Gen. von Lmsingen. Gen. Ludendorxf. field marshal von Mackenzin. Gen. Hatl- xahn. Gen. baron Kurt von Manteuf- fet Gen. von Der Marwitx-von Moltke ven MontKelas. Robert Morath. - Von Cfaein. Von Der Planitx. Von Piettenberg. Gen von Quast, prince Ratlbor. admiral Scheer. Von Der Schulenburg. count Schwerin, TaUat Pasha, admiral von Tirnltz, Gen. von Trotha, submarine comman der alenttaer, count Avaldersee, Warburg, prince Wittgenstein. count Vftzum, von Eckstedt. Al fred Zimmerman, former secretary of xoreign aiiatrs. Some of the names in the list are distorted and ttae military or civil rank of tne persons desired is not in dicated. The list contains amoiur oth ers the name of "HeUfritx" -which pos sibly is & telegraphic error for Dr. Karl Heirierten. former minister oi flnanoe. JUGO-SLAVS LOOT SPALATO STORES AND TRAMPLE FLAG Rome, Italy. Feb. 5. Details of al leged Jago-Stav attacks upon Italians at Spa&to and Trau are being issued in the newspapers here and cause further excitement over the situation iu DalnmUa. It is reported that on December 27 a manifesto was posted at Spalato calling a meeting in protest against "Italian imperialism" The manifesto, it Is asserted, contained insults against Italy aad the entente, and urged the people to violence against Italians in the city. It is declared the commander of an American ship at Spalato did nothing to prevent the meeting, which was la violatieji -of an order issued by ad miral Xtblack in February. 1917. Inflammatory speeches acainat Italy sjoA the entente powers marked. waneewngv-tc-w -sara. vroea xne meetlne ended a mob rushed throueh the city, sacking and destroying ' all Italian shops and offices of Italian organizations. Later it went to the docks and re moved from two ships the Italian flag, which was torn to pieces aad trampled upon. "So arrests were made, with the exception of two Italians who dared to comment on the occurrence. FRENCH ASKED TO DEFINE ATTITUDE ON PEACE PACT Paris, France, Feb. 5. Havas. Jules J. Jusserand. French ambassa dor at Washington, has received in structions to define the attitude of the French government toward reser vations to the covenant of the league of nations, according to the Echo de Parts, which says he has already taken stops to acquaint president Wilson with the views entertained here. BULGARIAN REDS PLAN COUP TO OUST PRESENT REGIME Saloniki. Qreece, Feb. 5 Bulgarian Bolshevik! have fixed 3Jay 1 as the f Cos tinned on page column 3.) Principal Fowler Has, Minister Ejected From High School; Refuses To Take Boy In Until Lads R. W. FOWLER, principal of the El Paso high school, had Rev. Henry Van Valkenburg. pastor of the First Methodist church, ejected from the building Tuesday afternoon. The high 'crime and misdemeanor for which the pastor was ejected on orders of the czar of the school build ing was that he asked a question of S. J. Brlent's son in the office of the principal. Hangs TJp The Phone. When The Herald Thursday morn ing called Fowler by telephone to ask whether be desired to make a state ment concerning Tuesday's occur rence, tbe principal replied curtlv that he did not and "hung up" the telephone while the newspaper man was still talking to him. Mr Brlent's son, a former pupil of the high school, was withdrawn some time ago by Mr. Driest, and was allowed to work for a time. Csar of All He Surveys. least week Mrj Brient decided to put the lad back In school, so took up the matter with Sapt. A H. Hughey. Mr. Hughey said the boy could return to school and begin with the new semester, just com mencing. Mr Brient was taken ill and, toot desiring to have tbe boy re main longer out of school, asked Mr. Hughey Xor a note to Fowler. The lad applied at school with the note. Fowler told him he would have to brine his father with him before he could get in. Tuesday, having recovered some what from his illness, Mr. Brient ac companied the lad to school. Dr. Van Valkenburg accompanied the twjo of them, being a neighbor of the Brient family and also the pastor of the boy. Keep Out of This! The news of the ejection of the pastor, later, from the high school building, having been noised about quite general. The Herald asked Mr. Brient for a statement. "I did not care to make a state ment, he said, "as I had hop J to take this up with the school board, but since the story is out, here is what happened- When we told Mr. Fowler the object of our visit, he THURSDAY. EVENING. FEBRUARY 5. ! xtractmon PREJUDICE HELD HGI5TI.il smrsjRDii B. K. Riggs Says He Could Not Be Impartial if Wobblies Appear. COURT PRAISES FRANK ADMISSION New Venire of 500 Drawn for "Kidnaping" Trial at Tombstone, Ariz. TOMBSTONE. Aris Feb. 5. B. K. 1 Riggs, tentatively passed by both sides as a Juror in the trial of Harrv EL Wootton. accused of kidnap ing in connection with the Bisbee de- DOrta'tons of 1917 created furo in court this morning when he arose and declared he could not be impartial as a Juror if testimony was gii-en by any witness wpo was a i w. w. Riggs had obtained permission ram the court to oualifr an answer to Question by county at torn eV Robert SS. French, asked when he was examined and passed as a juror two days ago, as to whether he was prejudiced aiainst iaoor organisations. I moat certainly ant preju diced nj In at the 1. W. Ws, he K&Id, "and If any tentlniony is Tlven concerning tit la organiza tion I eonld not be, Impartial. Following Riggs's statement, county attorney French declared the prose cution had no I. W. W.'s as witnesfes and no nu.n would be put oo trial for deporting them. He challenged Riggs. but the challenge was over ruled by judge Samuel L. Ptute upon French's statement. Htggs'x brother, William M. Riggs. another tenta tively accepted juror, then arose and said he held similar sentiments con cerning the I. W W. Court Compliment Juror. French said he knew both men and that he considered their integrlity of the highest. Both jurors were com plimented by the court for expressing their views instead of sitting silent. But a is inn eeuiraiusu of M-'already drawn were on hand for exam ination when court convened this morning and court waa to adjourn until Tuesday afternoon after they had been examined. A new ventre had been ordered drawn to report Tuesday. Only a half doaen of the 319 de fendants in the deportation cases can be tried and the other will of ne cessity be determined because there will not be enough jurors obtainable Continued oa page 3. column 4.J Year's Worst Slqrm Sweeps Atlantic WASHIXGTON, D. G. Feb. 6. States along the Atlantic seaboard from southern New England to Virginia were snow "bound today as a result of the worst snowstorm of the winter The snow was accompanied by sleet and a high wind. Moderate temperatures prevailed generally and in some sections this morning the snow had turned to a fine rain. Father Ceases Opposition said very frankly: 'Brient. as long as you oppose me as you have done, your boy cannot come to school.' I was so astounded at the statement that I wanted to be sure my bearing was not deceiving me I asked him. "Do you mean to say that because I differ with you and oppose yonr methods as a school teacher, you refuse to allow my boy to attend this public school, maintained by state and city expense? He replied that he did. I told him I had op posed him, because I honestly did not approve of his conduct of the school since he had been principal and told him my personal beliefs or friendships should have no bearing on whether or not my boy might at tend school. Crows Menacing. "Dt Van Valkenburg interrupted to ask my boy a question. 'Keep out of this.' Fowler said to him. pointing his nrer at him. "Dr. Van Valkenburg said he was the boy's pastor and had a right to speak to him. "You keep out of this or get out of this office.' said Fowler. He arose on his feet and leaned towards Dr. Van Valkenburg as be spoke. "I instated that the doctor had a right to talk in a public office "with a public man and he then ordered the doctor out of the office. Sends for Private Policeman. I told Dr Van Valkenburg not to go Til call the police and have him put out. asserted Fouler, walking towards the minister. Dr. Van Valk- enuurg. a. quiei. peaceame man, ox lfered to go again I insisted that he Htay Thereupon Fowler summoned a large man, who was In tbe building and who has a commission as a peace officer and told him to put Xr Van Valkenburg out. "Dr Van Valkenburg asked the man if he had authority to put htm out. The man said he had and Dr. Van Valkenburg Eaid Very, well; if you have that authority I am will ing to go and bf went " The opposition which l?owler re ferred to as coming from Brient possiblv had reference to the plea Mr. Brient made to Rotary not to elect Fowler when h is name was proposed for membership In the directorate o Rotary there was a division over tbe election, five directors votlnsr for his election and 1 In The Army" Is Not An Idle Metaphor 1920. ORDERS BLISS OFFICERS WILL TESTIFY; TEXAS AIRMEN STILL HELD Big Bend To Figure In Probe Tly L. E. CLAYrOOL: MAJ. GEN. ROBBRT L. HOWZB, commanding officer of the El raso cisinci anu uou uewfia a. Langhorne,- Eighth cavalry and for mer commanding officer of the Big Bend district tomorrow will be asked to tell the United States senate sub committee investigating Mexican con ditions what they know of border raids, depredations, thefts and mur ders committed by outlaws from south of the Rio Grande. Senator A. B Fall, chairman of the subcommittee Thursday instructed Maj. D. H. Jack son to issue subpenas for the gen eral and CoL Langhorne. Several wltnense at the Thurs day morning aesalon of the hear ing at the court house tea tit led that life nan almost unllvable along the river in the Die Bend because of the Mexican bandits. Mnrdera, raids cattle theft and other crimes viere described by the witnesses who declared that Carrancista officers and -old I era vrerc In all cases responsible for the reljtro of terror there. Two of the witnesses said they had sold their holdings in that region because they did not feel safe and be cause the Mexican authorities, na tional and local, did not cooperate la eiiorts to capture tne oiienuera. Senator Fall Attends. Capt. C. D. Wood, of Alpine was the first witness Wednesday. Senator Fall, chairman of the subcommittee. wno was present xor tne iirst lime since the hearings started here, con ducted the Inquiry. Cape. Wood said it was unsafe all along the border, lie rehearsed some of the details of the Glenn Spriass raid of May 5. 191 during which the five year old son of U. u. (jompton was kiued. xne seeoou witness was ureeu Tt lor of Marfa. a United States cue totns officer. He told of the thefts bv Mexicans of cattle aad how Americans had been compelled to pay lo- gold a head to get bac their sattie. Sixty head of cattle, he said, were stolen irom ahe Grainar ranch at one time and that no effort what ever was made by the Mexican authorities to1 reatore the cattle to their owners. Filed Clalxa1 for Cattle. Mexican not only shah atoent from tbe American side, but on one occasion when the American owners recovered some of their stock a claim was filed with the American authorities by the Mexican consul at Ojinaga on behalf of the Mexicans who stole It and against the Ameri cans who recovered it, according to Grover Webb, a mounted customs In spector who was a witness. Mr. Webb said Carrancistas were in control across the river. On one occasion, according to Mr. Taylor who was called back to the stand, tne commanding oil leer of the Mexican military forces acroes the river was found riding a horse stolen from a customs inspector on the American side. When he was asked for it he said he bought it aad would release it only on being paid 1150, American money. This was in 11. One of the most atrocious acts committed by Mexicans, Mr. Tay lor said vras the murdering of Mickey Aelah, a mall carrier on Christmas dar, 1817. 31 r. Welsh vras killed during a raid en the Bright ranch. He was hanged in a KTocery store snd his throat cut. One Mexican killed durlns the ranch raid vras found to have on (Continued on page 3, column 3.) four against it. Mr. Brient appeared before the directors in opposition to Fowler's election. When Fowler was elected, one of the members of the board resigned. Fowler was reported to the next meeting as elected. Overruled by Ramey. Very shortly after that, as fur ther showing his attitude of csarlsm. Fowler flatly rejected the request of W. S. Crumble, president of Rotary, to have Dr. Chas. Barker speak to the pupils at the high school, although Mr. Crombie -had sent him a copy of a letter from the superintendent of school at Kansas City, stating that the doctor had de livered one of the most remarkable talks In history before the Kansas City high school and recommending him as worth while. As the doctor was recommended by International Rotary and had been addressing other schools, president Crcoble rtook the matter up with Dr. R. I Kamey, president ot tne city school board, and Dr. Ramey saw to it that Dr. Barker made the address, veto ing Fowler's original veto of the matter. r Personal Rrndge. The attitude of the high school principal in refusing to allow a citizen Mr. Brient Is general secre tary of the Bl Paso T. M. C A a home owner and a taxpayer to place his boy in the high schooj. built by the taxes of the people of El Paso and maintained by the taxes of the people of the city and state. xoiiews an rnciaeni some time ago indicating the apparent belief of Fowler of his proprietorship in the school. On that ccaslon, an El Paso man had been invited by one of the nlah school teachers to address a student class. When Fowler heard of it and learned that the man was one who had not approved or his at titude towards the students some time prior thereto, he said- 'Tell him he cannot come to this school while I am here. The proved circulation ot O The EI Paso Herald is nearly - twice that of any other Kl Paso paper. DELIVERED (NTTHIEE. TOc MONTH YANK'S U. S. Urges Citizen JS Freedom WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 5. Abduction, ot Joseph b. Askew, an American citizen, daring a raid by Mexican bandits on the planta tion of tbe Tlaboalilo company near Lerdo, in tbe state of Dnrango, wax reported today to tbe state depart ment. Tbe American embassy at Mexico City bas presented to tbe Mexican foreign office an urgent re quest that steps be taken to effect Askew' release. Carranza Seeks Peace, Demands Military Action Carranxa seeks peace. And in of ficial advices to the military com manders throughout the republic he declares) peace must be obtained be fore the July presidential elections If the military commanders must fight to get It. The order, which was received at Juares, calls for immediate action to suppress activities of rebels, and points out that in the Veracruz dis trict the Felidtas'are causing no little trouble, while in the oil fields and in central Chihuahua, the Pelaecistas ana and Vtllaistas are producing an equal amount of disturbance. DENVER INT EMPLOYE GHUHGED WTH THEFT DF DBNVEU. Colo- Feb. fi Orville Harrington 41 skilled worker in the Denrer mint, waa arrested earlv today by Holland K. Goddard. chjef of the local branch of tbe fed eral secret service, oa a charge of having robbed the Denver mint of gold bullion valued at more than J 109. 0(H) A search of Harrington's home revealed the gold bars buried and hidden in various parts of tbe premises, and all of it was recovered, according to Goddard. Harrington, according to the offi cers, carried the bars out of the mint concealed in a hollow false limb whtch he wore. Because of tbe un usual means taken to get the gold out of the mint, the officers were unable to locate the source of the thefts for several days. Harrington was taken into custody as he was coming off shift, a searcn of his per son disclosing a J 1400 bar of gold hinden in the false leg. The thefts, which began two weeks ago, had been traced to the refinery, and watch was set over all employi of that department. The list of sus pects was narrowed down to three, and watch placed on the homes of the suspected ones Tuesday night, ot- RE WITNESS IN THAUD' CASE Grand Rapids, Mich.. Feb. 5. Allan K. Moore, first of the indicted men to testify, was called to the stand by the government when the New berry elections conspiracy trial was resumed in federal district court here todav. Moore pleaded guilty at first to four of the six counts and not guilty as to the others. He changed this to "colo contendres" on January 26. James Sweinhart. head of the New York bureau of a Detroit -newspaper, related that Frederick Cody, a de fendant, told blm in New York. "The lid is off in Michigan and the sky is the limit.'" Walter Chappelle, editor of a coun try weekly at Harriaville, M.ctu tes tified that Benjamin F. Reed, another defendant, had solictted-him to be come a county chairman in the New berry organisation and told him: "The freight will be paid." BANKS MAY LIST BONDS j AT PRICES PAID FOR THEM ashing ton. D. C Feb. 6 National banks will be permitted to carry Lib erty bonds in their lists of assets at the price at which they purchased them and not at the prevailing mar ket quotations, under a ruling today by John Skeltoa William, control er of the currency. Mr. Williams con tinued however, that the ruling waa "for the present' and might not be permanent. Is Your Name On The Census Books? MANY families, and in sese cases hoteb fait of penaaBcnt gts, bare btea missed by the cesses esamentore. Tbe chance to be enumerated will sat cbk again for tea years.- It harts 1 Paso if onr cesses is sraaB. If the ceases taker has set called at year hoase, er if yea haTe any deabt abeat it, fill oat this coupon and mail it at esce to the saperriser of the cessas, federal building. Jansary 1, 1920, I was imng at address given below, bat to the best of my knowledge I have not been enumerated there or aaywktre eisc Name Street No City .-v 14 PAGES TODAY RELEASE; Aviators Get Freedom Of Nacozari DOUGLAS. Ariz.. Feb. S. Expeetwl releaM of Lieut. G. L. Cher and L. It. Wolf, held nrteoaer by Mex ican authorities at NacoarL Sonera, alnee their foread laadtas on Mexican oil Monday, faled to materialize yes terday. TVMJe the man are being: treated with eoartaay and their im prisonment ia only technical, Ameri can army official, on this aide of the border are bringing; preamre to bear to obtain their Immediate release. There waa no confirmation here or the report from Attica, Ohio, the home of Wolf, that he had been re leased. It was aasmsMd that the tel egram sent to Wolfs mother had been mucontmed and that he had merely told her he waa at liberty. Tbe two ariator, bare bees given the freedom of the city by Nacosari officials. Efforts to obtain the release ef the ariator, are being; cowteeted, tnrongh American consul Francis X Oarer at Nosalea, The official Mexican inves tigation will be conducted after the aviators are released, a dispatch last night from Mogalea said. Mai Gen. Robert I .Howie, com manding: officer of the diatrict. re ceived a report Thursday from Lievt U M. Wolf and C. EL Usher, airmen from Port Bliss, who were captured in Mexico after landias Bear Naco zari Sonora. Tne report stated the two officers were being shown every conrtesy and giren accommodation at a hotel in Nacoxart. CoL Francis W. Glover, chief of staff, announced. The formal ity of a military quia is to be mrae through with snd a report am to Mexico City. CoL Glover expressed it as his belief that the two mea woaSd be released and returned to the United States ia two or three days. The report came" from military sources. SI 00.000 IN 6 fleers who were watchiag tbe Har rington home, saw Harrington tmry a bar in the orchard, and subaequtnt search of the orchard disclosed four other ingots. The search of the house early today netted H other bars which bad been buried in the cellar. Harrington, who had been em ployed at the mint since last Septem ber, is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines, and had been pre viously employed at the mint. . His record- was such that uoon entering the service he was given a respon sible position in the refinery. He has a wife aad several chitdreau -Looked Too Basy. "Why did I attempt to rob the Denver mint of gold worth J 10. door repeated Orville Harrington, as he sat in his cell In the city jail here this morning. following the question which had been asked him by a re porter. "Well, T was earning bat SI a day working at the mint, and oae can't enjoy life on such limited funds. I had been having lots of trouble with my leg and had been compelled to wear a false limb aad to submit to a number of operations since having my foot amputated several years ago. I shot myself In the foot aad that started the trouble. "I have a wife aad family and hoped to some day get enough to buy a farm for them and to be Independ ent. I was constantly ia touch with (Continued oa page3. Col ) Federal Sleuths Not Only Ones Seeking This Music Box CHICAGO. HU Feb. . In a sa loon near the ateckyarda hero there is a patent player-piano that will enjoy it present huge popularity aa long as it can escape the vigilance of the sleuths en forcing the eighteenth constitu tional amendment. IU "music is obtaiaed by plac ing a half dollar in a slot aad turning a circular indicator to a point opposite your favorite "song. at 'he same time placing a glass under a certain spout be neath the keyboard. Following are the "sonars" it slays: "Comin Through the. Rye Rye whisky "After the Ball" Ginger ale highball. "Here Comes a Sailor" Port wine. , "Madame Sherrj" Sherry wine. The Can-pbeils Are Coming A -shot of -c tch. "Wear in' of the Green" Green River. "Old Black Jo Gia. "Hot Time in the Old Town To night" Jamaica mm. "Heidelberg, Denr Heidelberg Beer "Medley" A cocktail. "Nearer. My God, to The - ootf alcohol.