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KL PASO HERALD
Friday, Feb. 20, 1920.
1
'hicapo Tl Feb. 20 John
Smiling J ark O Brien 21-year-old
unnun was handed in Cook county
jail this morning- for the murder of
patrolman Richard Burke
was dela.ed nearly
i ITERS
f0iEGB0!H
GHI1 BED BATTLE POLICE
Tralee. County Kerry. Ireland. Feb.
20 After a three hoar siege la
nhich band grenades, rifles and re
volvers were freely used, an attack
on police barracks by armed raiders
vas repulsed nere eany toaay
One
Burglar Ignores All
Precautions; Leisurely
Loots an Aparlmenl
Evidently caring little for inter
ruption, a burglar n Thursday after
noon locked himself m & room at the
Rameey apartment, occupied by
Hisses Helen Roberts, Leah Orote and
GladyB Steele and proceed d to make
a leisurely search for loot. Durinp
his stay in the room a maid knocked
several time but he ignored her
As the man left the room he was
.. kv hA m.M ?.int whom he
brushed as he hurried down a halL
The execution
an hour when a last mirnte rponmt'nAiiM nffirr ra vAmdM and It is
was receied from the jrrand Jury hllcvd three raiders were struck by ! n .. tmiA ti. hmk into a run.
tkinc to see O Brien The jurors bullets. ! The vonnz women found a diamond
remained .n tHa d.oil. .ah.Ka ... i .r. x i . Mln.hu
hI - hapgioe; .... ' HH TTiPY rnimilfTS RAID
I WITH TANK IN DUBLIN
O Brien u.is oonwcted of shootine
t policpfiai in a ?un battle in a sa
loon. H Attrl In imtvt thit Ka
.ip puiJt hut three d ys ago' Dublin. Ireland, Fab. 2. With j
c'ainr'd that h had pleaded frailty (tank and two armored cars the mill
YfAo.r 1.I1. 1 J ' OvulAVr B.Ww4.ul AH S 11 WH
"loaj riui iKiii, (caucr - J , j s-vi aw
President Carranza has ordered
Gen. Manuel 41. Dfegruez to Mexico
City, according to an announcement
in J nam, where the commander of
the federal forces in the state of
Chihuahua arrived Thursday to
spread the gospel of peace in order
to preent strife during the coming
fruberi.atorial elections early in
i The young women iwuh ""'" : -
lavalllere and several other valuable Gen. DIeguex refused to answer
niMM of leweln. with a sum of Questions as to the purpose of his
money, had been taicen
DIEGUEZ ON WAY KXIGAN SHOT;
TO MEXICO GITYIPROTESTTD U. S.
h- n the late
unrir-n clan who was killed
recently b a member of his own
1 -ind off-- d to grt him off with a
two ear se-itfnce if he would accept
t' t blame to ehield a relative of En
nirht The pardon board and Lieut.
fo Oglesbv refused to grant a re
price to in estimate the story.
To Fortify the System Apalnt
Colds. Grip and Influenza.
tahe GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill
Torc It Purifies and Enriches the
Klood It bufld up and Strengthens
the Whole System It Fortifies the
I-"tm Atralnst Colds. Grip and In
fluenza. Price 6fc Adv
oat a raid near
Grafton street where they are re
ported to have made several arrests.
Pfles Cored In 6 to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money if PAZO
OIVTMEJJT falls to core Itch ing.
Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops
Tr-rlrstfnn StftnttiM and Heals. Ton
j can get restful sleen after the first
application- Price Gc Adv.
To Heal A Couch
Take HATES HEALING HONEY.
Adv
51000 TO BE SPENT ON
AUTO SKQVf DECORATIONS
visit, but again reiterated that he had
not received the appointment as sec
retary of the army and navy of the
republic The genera! left Friday
mornine for Casai Grandes on an in-'
Liberty hall will be transformed lbm to u,TKO c Dunns his
t .. .. .nrf 24. the dates or the secona
J 5c
Want Kodax
dara Adv
FiBlsbir-t See Gan-
absence Gen. Pablo Quiroea will take
o er command
PROPOSES CABINET DEI IDE
UHB PRBSIDEVT DISABLED
pr && pi ircm? New
jjyjpjir is waiting
I 3&yh yU THE-MINTJTE MEN'S STORE. 1
W Trv3 he style U"11 snits ronr particular type in the newest Eg
I r JtV t creations of Mallory and Stetson makes at $7.00 and np. 9
H Jfr "V ,- Other makes in jood qualities at $5.00l H
H VJ ""P Buy your Spring Clothes at S
H 8 The house of true Value. Corner Mills and Stanton. Reliable Clothiers B
I B and Furnishers to Men g
H S This is the only exclusive Men's store that closes promptly at 690 P. M. 9
M On Saturdays B
.! i unthwMt automobile show
Approximately 51W0 will be spent to
decorate the hall with Japanese
colonnades, pagodas, and J"
i... will be hune throughout the
great dome of the halL sentattve Madden. Republican. Illinois,
A large chaplain's tent SOxlt feet has introduced another bill to deal
has been obtained to house the truck with a situation arising from inability
and tractor exhibits. Barry Cool. Gf a president to transact his duties,
chairman of the committee, -has ar- u,s measure wo ul-em power the
ranged for the loan of the tent with I cabinet to determine when a president
the understanding that the ary is disabled Like other similar meas
will be permitted to use space In tne ures offered it would not become effec
maln exhibit for recrnltlng purposes. m g untll -iarch 4 mi when presi-
-, I dent u llson s present term will nave
j Other measures proposed that the
'supreme court, when authorized by
. congress, determine the president's
' nhUItv to discharce his duties
Washington. D C. Feb. 20 CoL I
Gonzalo de la Mata. Mexican consul 1
at San Antonio. Texas, has reported I
to his government the shooting of a
Mexican citizen by an American sol
dier under circumstances that the
Mexicans say parallel the Wallace
advices from the Mexican canttal. 1 '
wnicn state mat tne loreign oxnee
win dispatch a note of protest to the 1
United States.
Emilio Ramirez, a Mexican wearing
a military cape, was alleged to have i
been halted by Sergt George Bulla. ;
who asked hlra if he was in the army
Ramirez did not reply and was shot
when he started away, according to
the consul's report.
Shot Uhen Mexican Ran.
San Antonio, Texas. Feb. 20 Emilio
Ramirez, a Mexican, was shot In the
leg by Sergt. George Bullas. of the
military police, here the night of De
cember 15 when he ran after having (
oeen stopped oy xsuiias, who nhkhi .
DI
Washington D C.Feb 0 Repre-M question him regarding an army
uwaaWsKl nuiui uv nuic,
is blue ,52-iSi WlgA
GARCU VISIT POSTPONED
UNTIL LAST OF FEBRUARY !
According to an announcement J
made at the Mexican eonsuTs office
in El Paso. G. Garcia, director gen- j
eral of the postal system in Mexico.
will not arrive in Juarez until the J
end of the month. Garcia was ex
pected to visit the border earlier. ( i
TEXAS HAS O IAW FOR
SEGREGATION OP MEXICANS
(Continued front page I.i
gating Mexicans and Americans in
schools, churches and theaters." said
state senator R. M. Dudley. 'There f
is no such law in Texas and no such
law was ever proposed. I would
j fight any such law. as it would be
j unjust and uncalled for.
Be sure to get
real Resinol
If yoa wast to jet rid of eaema,
pimples, or other distressing skin
eruption, yoa wilt accept no " snb
stfete" for Resinol. Preparations
"arrftiT m name or appearance are
not "jost the same as Resinol."
Althoagh ifrm ansempdous deal
ers may offer thera as or for Res
inol, they are often crodely made,
of fittle healing power, and some
may eren be daogeroas to nse.
Bay in the original ihie package.
MEXICAN GUARDS TO HEOnnAMZE
As tne result of the recnt Ttslt of
Gen. Manuel L Dieimez to the re
gions west of Chihuahua Citjr. the
horns suardv of the nuuntatn re
gions will be reorsanfzed. It is, un
derstood that a new commander
will be appointed In view of the
candidacy of Gen. Ignacio Enrlquez
for governor.
MIRTIN'KZ AAOUXCES PL.TFORSI
A manifesto setting forth his plat
form of principles has Just bees Is
sued by Felipe Diaz Martinez, a can
didate for congress from tne Bravos
Galana district. In It he also an
nounces that he win visit Casas
Grandes and other cities of the Ga
leana section in the near future.
WILSON CASTS DISCREDIT
UPON HIS OWN PARTY
(Continued from pace !,
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-i sl kw wholesome how delicious is this rich, MW
jffif TM mellow syrup. He knows the kind that best M
(SmnLJ ws pleases his best customers. fiL
V JjLpdto Lfl That delicious, fresh cane flavor boiled to of
SPr m a smooth, mellow sweetness it's half the good- fB
' j "1 ness of waffles cakes biscuits. pL"
pJFj BB Jittltts the fimSjf mleomet a change ititke item on tie tbufy LasP
lSiitirat. snP menu so lriii they more fully enjoy thevariotisddieums flavor WS I
KaCgggaa. mm I in Dunbar's Syrupt. Each is gwtranteed highest qnahiy. Dun- liHsl
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rsssWU EHE HI H sBTHH lfci m. bssT 1 ! i
mired seaeoo lone the brilliant playing-
erf a fielder onlT to see him throw
the tellinfr same la the world series
oy dropping the ball in the moth
innlae with three men on base. They
nave memories oi sruiiant past per
formance and their chartrin is mineled
with disappointment of the keenest
sort.
It is curious indeed that much of
the feel lap Is that of pity. People
wonoer way lae president was not
stopped by some one is the Inner cir
cle from passing- ont the Lansing let
ter. People ntupeet eren that the
pprldet'a outburst on the
Flume question pique and tem
per. I find here in Washinffton a little
echo of that, foreign diplomats say
that effect of the dismissal of Lan
sing was to create an impression in
Europe that the president was suf
fering from the tedium of a Ions ill
ness and now they believe his threat
to withdraw the treaty is part and
parcel of the circumstances surround
ing his illness.
Would Be Trajcle Situation.
It would be tragic if Europe began
discounting American action because
of the indisposition of tbe president.
real or imasrinarT. nut ont in tne
country away from Washington there
really Isn't much interest in the
Fhftne question. It is a little too in
voiTea ana intricate ior tne average
man to understand without study, and
he Is far too busy attending to his
domestic troubles to read up on the
qnarel with tbe Jugo-Slava.
'rne expulsion ox iansing irom tne ,
cabinet Is something he can under-1
stand, lie never Knew mncn aoout
Lansing. If one wants to discover
how Important a cabinet Job Is as a
rule let him ask somebody outside
of Washington to give the names of i;
hair the members oi tne caeinet ox
It
this or any other sresident.
sympathy for Lansing or even a pass
ing concern aoout tne secretary ox
state differences of opinion with his
superior officer that occasioned the
outburst on th part of the average
man. It was merely that his credulity
was taxed by the first sentence in Mr
Wilson's letter which asked "Is it
true, etc that cabinet meetings had
been held daring his illness?" It was
a simple set of circumstances easy
to grasp. People remembered that I
when the president 3t sick the cabi
net did meet. They don't understand'
why It should not have met. eves tf
technically It was wrong to do so.
Becoming Liability, J
They have grown accustomed dur- !
Ing the war period to seeing tech
nicalities brushed aside In the interest
of the war emergency, and they still t
expect government officials to go
ahead when there is no specific pro- 1
vision of law and do the best thing1
for the country. They srera to think I
it was right to can caoinet meetings.
That's why it is no exaggeration to
say Mr Wilson hurt himself im
measurably with the people of the
country and damaged to an extent yet
not calculable his leadershl, in the
Democratic party. Instead of being
i the greatest asset for the campaign.
Mr Wilson Is at present writing a
lftrc-A liability to the Jemocrata. They
know it and they are wishing some
heroic measures migni oe xaaen 10
recover loai prwus-. vpj t sui
l2t. The El Paso Herald.
NEW YORK REPUBLICANS
ASK TREATY BE RATIFIED
(Coatlontd front pace X.)
with the scnat. reservations retain
ing for the United States Its right
to withdraw from the league of na
tions on .Tironer notice, a declaration
I against article 1 In Its present form
ana aemanaing protection xor ine
Monroe doctrine "in letter and spirit."
were advocated in the platform
' adopted here today by the New
lorK state itspaoiican convention.
1
Saturday
Barg
Day
Tomorrow At The Boston Store! 1
75
New Spring Suits $39
Tricotine, Soft Serges Navy Blue Only
lbe quality or tbe tafanct me novelty or tbe types or models empha
iie tre altractivaiest of me pace which n t&rncrry lower than yoa
ssjght expect to ee ob frocks so fresh awl fwe. Aa tfQQ 7 Ei
attractive offering for tomorrow. Saturday tj)J J - I v
Taffeta Dresses Taffeta Dresses
AX ' Pv
A l
J
W J y
i w
$29.75
Of feriag a good collectkn of the
newer types in affeta dresses for
Spriag new in enjor. style; spies-adweek-ead
OQ yj
arues at iaV- U 9 U
$15.00
draprisiag a lot of taffeta and
georgette dresses, specially grouped
tor Saturday selliag. You will surely
find as extra dress j1 f
here at tp X O
SPRING HATS AT $7.95
Trimmed in oar owm vrorkroom in copies of mach higher pneed hats.
See the window display tomorrow splendid values GZF7 AC!
at only lP73
Children 's Hats
$4.95
Showing a complete lbe of, new
straw saiors and shapes for ch8
tken in rolling bran and other adapt-
S..fw,kde.$4.95
Toilet Articles
23c
20c
20c
38c
43c
43 c
38c
Viek-. Vapo
Rob
16 oc WHek
Hazel
U oz.
Perojode
VVatkin Mnlsified
Shampoo
Dc. Berry's
Freekte Cream..
Pozzoai'g Face
Powder
Meimea's Skaviag
CreaBi ..........
Georgette Blouses
$4.95
When these are sold they will
not be duplicated for less than 25
percent more a splendid value tor
those who need an iA QJ
extra waist to7e3
Splendid Values
Middy Blouses
$1.95
Truly splendid values for
the wholesale prices on these
same qualities today would
make them ieta3 for much
higher prices. We have as
sembled a special lot of our
best grades, all sizes from as
low as age 6 up to size 44.
Fine galatea anil jean; on
Uak Floor ..pl.70
Kiddie Kloth
45c Yard
II inches wide, fast color, as
a special value-for Saturday,
Ze. 45c
36-IK. SHIEXIHG PEECA1E
Good range of patterns for
sea's and boys' shirts, gg
The yard OOC
UNDERWEAR CREPE 26
ineh, fine, washable pHsse qual
ity . As a special vane tossor-
SoVn. .x.49c
BLUE BIRD MTTLI A snpe
nor soft quality cotton muH
that makes up so heaatifnDy.
Special, enr
the yard JJK,
Men's Hose
55c
Oar resrnlax line of
Gordon 1S5 silk fibre
hose for men. all sizes,
black, white, gray,
tan. Saturday only
limit 6 pairs to custo
mer, l?r
pair 331'
BOYS' WASHABLE WEAK
$1.49
WASH ROMPERS Size ! to 8,
range of nice patterns and styles,
very good vara
for enfy .
WASH SUITS Mads of Kiddie
Kloth and other durable materials
.?! $1.98
WASH SUITS In the wanted
sailor style, made of fine quality
gmgnaas,
sizes I to S
$2.19
PERCALE BLOUSES In
Mas and nssmtul stripes;
to 15. Good A1 nr
lseortmeats pJL..CO
khaki,
6
SHIRTS Made of rood penaks n
range ot neat patterns ies t
priced P 1 ,49
PALM BEACH TROUSERS In tke
lighter shaae gxd range oi s ze
tSr1 95c
CARHARTT OVERALLS FOR
B07S Made just like the one tor
dad and just as good. tfr OCT
Priced ts2.0
GENUINE LEVI STRAUSS E.0V
ERALLS In hen demra or kiaki
material, mzos
JUS
$2.00
SAfO
URDAY ONLY! BASEMENT
GOLD BANS CUPS & SAUCERS
ran quality,
Saturday only,
27
to
HDKF. WASH BOARDS Can be
need for mce and daisHf; things
ano, aasanaiy amy,
15c
ENAMELED SAUCE PANS
Bine mottled color, 3-at. size, cov
ered, for Saturday only,
65c
CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE
In all sizes, black only, good rear
ing quality, Saturday pair
23 c
BUNGALOW APRONS Stripe.1
gingham, neatly trimmed, on sa!
$aturduv only at
$1.85
MEAT PLATTERS White sem.
porcelain, 14-inea size,' on salt
Satnraay only,
25c
S. A H Green Trading Stamps.
Telephone eSSO.
Overlaitd St. At Staatsa
INTERESTING TOPICS MARK
WESTMINISTER'S MEETINGS
"Wh&taoeTer ha aalth oitp you, do
it," was the text of the tftmoi de
livered by Dr. R. K. Hall, who Is hold
Ins a- Beries of raeettnga at the West
minster Presbyterian church.
Friday night's subject will be
"What Shall I Do to Be Savedr No
service will be held Saturday.
The Sunday morn lop sermon, will
h "Parents and Their Children, and
In the even Ins;. Gods -au
-MUSIC WEEK" FEB. 25-MARCH 3.
THE WEATHER
V. S. DEPARTMENT OF AORlCClsTURE
UEATHKK BLH5AC.
OinerraUona taken-
Tktal
BuyatHome
DM T know
tkst we buy
ms r e hui'iis:
mX bscoe htv
from Iocs1
rur
man nfacfi
rs W h
buy at hon
too Hrlp
Soothwest.
KCstSHf Of nit
Ca.pAS3aVDCU
NEW MEXICO LEGISLATURE
0. K.'S SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT
Santa Pe, N. M Feb. 20 New Mex
ico legislature has ratified the snf
rage amendment. After being passed
by the senate several days ago. it
was passed by the house yesterday
The vote was 35 to 10.
FILES BKU0PTrT PBTTTiaV j
- . ...ii.ou in bankmntcv i
sts ilea itn tne unueo snates ais
trict clerk here Thnrsday afternoon
by Ernest Roberts, a stockman.
Poberts states his liabilities are $13.
777, most of which Is cited as bor
rowed, diomt. HI assets tn nsmaxl
t a.s $7S personal property and In
surance policies amountlna: to JV.OO
WAXT BllYAX AS DKLGGATE. '
Lincoln, Neb Feb. 20. Friends of,
William J. Bryan have begun the cir
culation In Nebraska of petitions to
place his name on the Democratic
ballot of April 20 as a candidate for
delegate at large to the Democratic
national convention at San Francisco. '
ARRAIGNEI 0 LIQUOR CHARGE.
Pablo L. Gam boa. Eulalio Gonzales
and Lorenzo Granadas nere arraigned !
Thursday afternoon before United
States commissioner A. J W Smhmtd.
charged with violating liquor laws by'
smuggling Hear-in for the men was,
set for Saturday and their bonds at
SlsOO each. Neither made bond and
all were committed to Jail i
-NEGRO LODGE CBLEDR TES.
"lrtle lodge No 10 negro Knights
nf rthias obs. rved ts 33rd inni-
rary with a smoker Thursdai
riRht Boxing exhibitions, a mock
tr ! ind a bo's hand 'urnihed n-
r inunT d urine thf (t-mng T t
1l i iS J, rr-mbtr n . ' QJ
Breakfast is
no bother to
when
we
have
Post
Toastes
GOSMHWCHICXLDl '
WORK BlTSUHTnE'
THI3 CLOUDY
KK
acrid! tlBiav lv
-0. 12.
FWreeasts:
ra Pao and ricta
"y ProBably rmia
oaicht and Satur
'ay colder Satur
day. w JfexJco and
nzona Rate prob
bly toniahc sad
atorday. aot mocb
baBKs la tempra-
Wcst Texas To
ilcht aad Saturday
insettled weather,
robabry rain south
ast portioB and rata
r snow north eold-
,, , , , r toalsbt north por-
tlou colder Satnrvax
Relative humidity in El Paso at nooa
Friday was 37 percent tcu.pers.tnrs at
aoon Friday was C4
rveclpliaiioa last It hours (lncfc)
Stat of weather . .
Lowr Temp, last Ricbt...
Hishest Temp. Test ly I
Trmp. at s. m t I
Abiloae . . . 54 7 S4 Cloudy
Artll 4& 72 42 Pt-CIdy.
Atlanta 44 iz 38 dear
Caicasjo 36 24 Cloudy
CbmnaU 24 zi r Pt cidy
tnvr 34 54 :: dear
EL PASO S3 U PtXIdy.
Oalvrstoa . ... 44 r Pt.Cldy
Havre .12 34 ?n
Kansas City 31 En 34 in C2d-
Los AnKrl-s . .. 52 S o ( loo 1
Neu Orlraos oZ "2 ai Clar
Kow York ... 22 .2 ' i lear
Phoenix . . st -j 54 Rain
lUswoil 52 73 44 cioody
t Losris ... 32 49 32 Pt Cldy
9vt Antoelo .... IS 7C (C Cloudy
San Franclsoo 46 SS 4& Clear
Santa F 52
Wawhintttort 22 3 22 CIr
aTi'?tTTM
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1
htyoama iSwt tr writ
Xw owe it to rcerscU to pi
tte tcOowisz tcs tow jaas
yea C23 work or bow far roa e
Next take two fiTccTata tablet.
goes per dij for two weeks,
Tsea est roar strezzth trUS
asd see haw iscca roa est
ciaett. UaarreeoJe fasTcsate
tins ten aed Em beta tsoo.
faaed at their increased atrearis.
eodsrasee aad esercr Naxated
Iron is zuansteed ts en au
(xeboa or connj reiadcd At
aB seoa drarenrt.
How Soldier
Dispersed Attacks:
'For two v?ars my stomach t-mihu
was r s. i. ny doctor nsl -, i.
I
"j h?n I was striken mun
j ra.Ks 'k. tar.inii 4
wfn eniirt- n and am
-faiior
r ". at
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romparatlTe RI Pim PnriftHaHoa.
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Jau 1 to Feb i in mslve. 1I7 32 in.
1 Jan 1 to Feb, 19 inclusive m 121 m
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me artiuer ti "g leer p-n-r
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S'Cians It s a simp1. him r-
preparation tha remo tit t
rhal mucus from the it' - 1 t
and allays th irfj
rai rt pract.cal ' ,
and int-stinal - m A,
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