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EL PASO HERALD EDITORIAL and MAGAZINE PAGE LEAGUE OF NATIONS COVENANT AMD SCHOOL DAYS THE ISSUES IN THE FALL CAMPAIGN Copyright lilt, by UcClure Newspaper Syndicate. IF TO MAKE the worM safe fer hypocrisy had been the avowed aim of the Versailles conference, it could sot have done its work to that end more thoroughly. As the inside story of what -west on in Paris gradually comes to light through the writings of those present as participants or observers, it becomes plain that most of the boasted fundamental principles went by the board and that the settlement was an arbitrary one, by threats and show.of force, an amsgenont made by Lloyd George and 'Woodrow Wilson, with Clemeneeaa looking out for his own policies and caring nothing for anybody else, the Japanese bought off with an unfair bargain, the Italians left standing on the sidelines, Belgium and all the other nations kept stand rag arond with hata off begging for favors, territorial and economic settlements made without regard to the facts, reports of special commissions and the best posted anther lties ignored, and the whole thing degenerating into a star chamber conference of two headstrong men, one of whom was able to manage the British, and the other of whom did not represent a majority of the Americans bnt held ont promises that be would swing this country over though hostile to his views. With the passing of time, all the reasons that ever existed igainst the United States accepting the Versailles covenant in the form submitted' gain weight. There will be found a way by which the nations of the world, and especially the few great and strong ones, can bring united pressure to bear in an emergency to preserve the world's peace; bnt the Versailles covenant does not provide a prac tical method. The view that peace with the central powers should have been made first and a league of nations discussed after wards is not an afterthought; on the contrary it was the dominant view at the time, and it is one of the most singu lar episodes is history, the surrender by so many nations and peoples to the mistaken policies of the very small minority that held otherwise. It was president "Wilson's fixed policy, and so much depended on Amenmt consent and participation in many of the arrangements that his new on this point was allowed to control. Lloyd George boasted that he "pot the league of nations covenant and the treaty through the house of commons in one night.'' That one statement sufficiently damns the business. It would take any man several days to read the document through and acquaint himself with its contents, and it would require several re-readings to make sure that nothing had been overlooked. Yet we are told that 670 members of the herse of commons, presumably ignorant of the contests of the treaty until it was formally pre sented by the premier, mastered its import and ratified it "in one night." Under all the circumstances, the Republican majority in the United States senate with the aid of half the Demo cratic senators, and the Republican party is its national campaign, axe penormrag a rar greater service to me worm in resisting the acceptance by flrnrrKa ot the unamended covenant and treaty, than Lloyd George performed when he "put the covenant and the treaty through the house of commons m ose sight.' The whole revolutionary project demands the most care ful and intense and minute scrutiny. Only by suspended action and full debate can all the points be brought out. Every other nation in the world at the dictation of its temporary political leaders may be willing to accept this thing blindfolded, but the American "people win never do it America does sot purpose to sign her name to an act unless she means to abide by it faithfully and to the last detail. The manner in which other countries accepted the document makes it appear as if they all made mental reservations and never had the least intention of keeping their word m case of imagined interference with rational arms. It must be remembered that the entire proceedings were is secret, and the peoples and governments were kept in ignorance at all times. It is interesting to note that Ger many was the first country to print the peace treaty, and that the members of the French parliament received their first glimpse at the treaty when as enterprising Pans newspaper imported GOO copies of the treaty from Germany and distributed them free after repeated requests by the parliament to the government for a report on the finished treaty had bees refused. Many different editions of the treaty were on sale in public shops in Germany, Italy (translated from the Ger man edition). Spain, and Holland, many months before the jerity of his party surrendered to him, its nominee has vowed that he will carry out the Wilson policies in inter national affairs, and the issue is now before the people. The Republicans do sot fear to meet it, but it is Woodrow Wilson and his obedient political servants who have brought into tie rough arena of domestic party politics an issue that ought never to have caused a split along party lines. In dealings outside the boundaries of the United States, there should be just one slogan, common to both parties, and that is "America first" The Democrats have chosen to adopt as their slogan "America last." The power of the United States will never be used for unfair aggression against any other nation. But the power of the United States, huge as it is, must be' conserved and kept from impairment through the machinations of our own people or of foreigners whose first thought is certainly not for America. The Republican party is this campaign is seeking a popular repudiation of Woodrow Wilson's international policy and of his after-war domestic policy. It attacks Woodrow Wilson's entire conception of the functions of the national government and of the presidency. It is urg ing a return to constitutional government and an American policy, friendly to all the world, fearful of no nation or coalition ot nations, out steaarast in right doing, ana ready to defend itself against aggression. The issues are two, chiefly: First, Dictatorship against constitutional government. Second, Anti-American internationalism against All- Americas regard for national interests first, world interests, afterwards. The Democratic international -policy means surrender: the Republican international policy means self respecting cooperation. o Hearly everybody who ever made a success in life won ders how he did It c When are the common people going to get their checks from the guvment? o Villa saw white for once, when he "decided not to wait till March 4. o Ireland wants to be a republic So does the United States. Mighty few candidates stand consistently for the dosed mouth. All Aboard! II THY HOT start a pony blimp service to Clondcroft? TV Wouldn't it be pretty sice to step aboard here, fly swiftly above the clouds and along over tne tree tops ana light in the golf links on the mountain top an hour and a quarter later? Might make it a club car. Car could carry 12 or IS passengers. Make three round trips a day. Bully stunt fer tourists. Seems as if it ought to pay. Hard on tie railroad but the railroad could still carry freight up and peaches down. Hot impossible these days. Plenty of blimps in passen ger service. More is Europe than over here. Germany has the cheapest. lizhtest, strongest and most practical, ho reason why America can't use her ows air, at least until the senate ratifies the league of nations. Blimp would carry the mail, could carry milk and ice cream. Supper here, dance at uouocxoit, hack to Deo. Everything all ready, except the blimp. Gas free is a campaign year. Ko highwaymen up in the sky. Ho dust Ho mud. Plenty of room. Tire chains unnecessary. Ho speed laws. Ho army truck drivers hogging the road. Ho prohibition officers. a Hear the Cumbre tunnel on the Mexico & northwestern railroad there is a fine water power site and unlimited pulp timber. Hews print paper is bringing 15 cents a pound and can be made for two cents. Why doesn't the Pearson com pany look into it? rO- BaQey implies that all woman suffragists are he-women. and that all prohibitionists and Baptists are she-men. d & if uftt5wo tk-- ySy fcllilp f A i ' --r x B - r . - - iws i ? CjW ? i fV5- - P fb S S&T . Asmb I $ .;-': .V ttajSiJW . i mt "S&sf J-- -rn . CTffl h 1 . -v z ' J (xim mn m. a v z x EaSB S ffl1- .rA M'r twufcLriiiWirrLy i n ' I Bius TOitefcSews afevBrf I ftttAToTfte 5roRe Hv I fiMlfe ! i 1 1 1 i - y.f r4.S t,B o toe worst things a. woman m ;u 0 i . By D WIG l questions and answers Q. fooTPRiHT5 oH Are tbere more whites tkan any other racer E. A. O. A. There are no complete sta tistics on this subject, but an esti mate places the whites ai a iigmra between MO and 7M million; the Hongollanc between SAO anil 604 mil lion, Afrieaa Negroids between lot and ISO million. q, I vrUh to know If It would be a violation of the law ts srold slate five cent piece and aell them for watch charms. A K. C A. The treason- says 'that It Is strictly acalnst the law to do so, since such pieces- ral&Tnt be mistaken ror so sora pieces- !. How Ions; has shorthand been known T G. I A. From references made to skilled writers la ancient literature, the In ference Is draws that shorthand was known Ions before the Christian era. The first authentic knowledge of the art dates to the first cerftary before Christ, The pioneer of Roman short hand was Marcos Fulllus Tiro, sec retary and librarian to Cicero, who devised a system which was little more than a list of abbreviations. Later it was Improved to such an ex tent that reporters of the time could keep paeo with the speakers by wrlt lnt In relays. The system of the Lat in fn inta dlsnse between the fifth and ninth centuries, and modern stenography dates from ISIS. Q. Who wrote the first amend ments to the eenstltntlonf B. K. a. ? Madmen was the anther ot the first ten amendments to the ooastrtatlon. Q. "What wen the loeofoeo party r H. K. F. A. This was a same orislnally ap plied to the radical or Equal Rights fiction of the Democratic party In 1SM-3T, later nsed by the Wales to designate the Democrats In general. The name Lrfeofoces was first ap plied to thtm rn derision by the Democratic press, bat the name waa later taken sp and applied to the whole party for ten years or more. Q. Can walls that have already been painted be whitewashed! L. O. A. It Is not advisable to white wash painted walls, as the mlztsre does not adhere well to oll-patated ssrfaces. Q. Waa the Inventor of life beats an American! B. C C A. The first life boat was Invented In 17! by Lionel Lukin. a native ot Danmow, England, Q- How lx the name of the dry of Joliet pronounced f 3f. K- A. There was so much discassion concerains the proanaciation of the name that the citv miivii mvimI ordinance setting forth that the of ficial, corect, and proper pronuncia tion and spelling of the name of this city shall be Jo-li-et; the accent on the first syllable with the "o" long as In "no." CAny reader can est the nnv fn any question by writing The HeraW imanouwa nreaa, fTederic J. Has kla, director, Washington, D. C The bereaa cannot iriva advlca n-n i,r,t i medical, and financial matters. It ! LA, , ., .. ..111. J ... troablos, nor to undertake exhaustive research on any subject. Write your question plainly and briefly. Give fall name and address and enclose two cents In stamps for return pos tage. All replies are sent direct to the Inquirer.) Bedtime Stories For The Little Ones TJHCLE WIGGILT AHD HUBSE JAKE'S HAT. By HOWARD R. GAS13. British or Amen" public or eves the'parliamest asd the ; Bafley is a whirlwisd. m . crd comes straight from United States senate were permitted to gain an inkling of the treaty's contents. This side light gives a fair indica tion of the manner is which the whole business was staged and played from start to finish. Governor Cox in his speech goes so far as to denounce the United states senate as hav ing acted dishonorably when it obtained a cony of the treaty from a source outside the Wilson administration asd printed it as a senate document for the information of senators, following repeated refusals by the president to reveal its content. The Republican party is sot against the principle of as international understanding with a view to reduce the likelihood of extensive wars; but it is against the Ver sailles covenant of the league of nations is the form which the president seeks to force upon the Americas people, asd the Republican party win resist the president's course to the utmost of its power, whether it wins the national elec tion or sot. The national election will not settle the mat ter if the Democrats wis, for the Democrats cannot get a two-thirds majority of the senate to act affirmatively in favor of the president's program. Democratic sesaters will do as they have dose heretofore, place national interests above party and vote the right way in spite of denuncia tions from the white house. It is itor, actually a party issue, and sever ought to have been made such, but the president insisted and a ma- Thomas Jefferson. More voices in the air. o The next fellow that starts a revolution is Mexico will have as much sympathy from the people of the United States as as independent candidate in a county election. o If the Republican party in Texas fuses with the Amer icas party, Jim Ferguson will have to set another chair at table, and order a whole chicken instead of a half. o- The railroad men have got their $600,000,000: the ex press men have got their 530,000,000; $1,000,000 win do us, if theyll hurry over with it- o- Italy, with 186,000 booze joists, can give 186,000 good reasons for her present impoverished condition. o Ifs right sice to have the United States treasury to draw on for the campaign fund this way. o Give your dollar a chance: keep it till it grows up. o lost, in Juarez Sunday, one reputation. o Reason a the lift of lav. Sir Cdward Coke. UHEASY lies th' head that needs a 50 cent hair cut Joe Kite has accepted a. fine pesitios with a auto theft concern. Cepyrtcht, National Kewiftaper Service. Reflections Of A Bachelor Girl By HELEN ROWLAND, A WOMAN Is usually expert at pick ing out goods that won't ran. shrink, fade or frazzle bnt she Is sot always so lucky in picking oat that kind of a husband. aZarrlage Is a medley, composed of "Love's Sweet Song," Lohen- The Young Lady Across Tlie Way i i STfn Ioll&bles, Jaxx trau, and battle hymn. S A sun's Idea of the hUrhst proof "s oevouon 10 a woman la nls Irresistible Impulse to make love to any other woman who happens to arennntt nun oi ner. rrobably, wbnt the Serpent HEAXIiT -trnlsperetl to Ere, on that lata! daj, wu tfcat apples were sood for reducing the flcnre. The vital problem that confronts a girl, at this moment, is not the fall campaign, bnt the question of wneuier 10 stay one ana get a san bnrned nose Dlarfntr eolC or tn in and keep beautiful, while she gives some other girl a chance at the only eligible man at the summer resort. AVaat most mystifies a man nbotrt n irornna la her aeemlnsly dlabaUe Intrenulty In, answerlns; his "unanswerable" arguments, and dlseoTerini; his "reason" for doing: tauifTs, when Jte didn't know he had any. A man can fool a lot of women some of the time, and some women a lot of the time, bat what makes a pessimist of him In his discovery that he can't fool the same woman, in the same way. all of the time. The difference between a nail and a husband is that a nail must be driven in and coaxed out. while a hus band has to be driven out. mornings, and coaxed in. again, evenlmrs. Copyright, 192, by the Wheelex-Syndi 1 14 Years Ago Today I From The Herald of This Dale.lDOO. TUB latest acquisition to Bl Paso's business is the Orndorff-Hardie Realty company, composed of two El Paso men and one from Mont gomery. Ala. This company has in corporated with a capital stock of $tS,S80, and is composed of Lee H. Orndorff, president; James A. Dick, vice president, and Bradford Hardle, secretary and treasurer. The Orndorff-Hardie Realty company has its office at 211 Texas street. A building: permit was issoe-d to alderman G. I Hltt today for a 94000 residence, the location being: on Montana, between Noble and Brown streets. Mrs. L J. Ayers and Mrs. J. M. Cfawford save a proverb party at the home of the former, 1107 North Florence street, in Jionor of Hes dames Waters, Seeor, Qual through, Beven and Gaddy. of Houston, who are visiting here. Mrs. j. E. Townsend and her house party will return from Clondcroft about Aug. Zv. Miss Delia Fewel leaves for Cloud croft Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. waters Davis. Mrs. B. F. HammatL chairman of the committee for the reception and care oi me women wno will attend the Republican state convention with their husbands, announces that the reception will take place in the islKsf dub rooms Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv M. Ptt fir going to Philadelphia and New York in a few days. At Philadelphia they will visit Mrs. 'Perry's home. Neglect of Teeth Breeds Criminals, Says Savant New York. Aug:. IL The care of children's teeth In early life is a pre ventive of mental ills in after years and reduces criminal instincts in chil dren to a minimum, so said Dr. Louis Snberana. a professor in the Univer sity of Madrid, who arrived here to make a research in orthodontia. DONT DROOP - - ByEDNAKEHtrOEBEsf ONE of the worst things a woman can do is to so anout with her head bent forward all the time. It destroys the loner line under the chin which should sweep In a graceful curve from the point of the chin Into the neck, and it is apt to throw oat of position the small bone at the base of the back of the neck. If this is thrown ont of position, it will make an uneven line from the head to the back of the shoulders, which Is neither bean Ufa 1 nor healthy. The habit ot slttlns or walking with the head drooped forward is apt to cause rounded shoulders and a tiat chest, both detrimental to ones health and Rood looks. It encourages, as I said before, a collection of flabby flesh under the chin and It gives the effect of a double chin on a woman who otherwise is very slender. Correcting this habit is very easy It is only a matter of remembering to sit or stand erect with the head up Keep the head op and the ehin some what out and keep the chest high. This will tend to straighten the shoulders and it will stretch and straighten the under part of the chin. No woman can look well if this line is not smooth and firm. This droonlnc attitude is usually exceedingly unbecoming anyway. Few people can stand it. and those few are the slender and pensive type. It looks well on tne girl in the photograph because she Is thai type, but it Is rarely becoming to the average per son. It looks hopeless in the stout woman, and fh an older woman It Elves an effect of eternal discourage ment. 11 you nave any aooots about Its oecomlnimess. remember thAt . high held chin Is always good looking Brownie. Henna paste will not streak the hair. For freckles, use sour milk or lemon Juice, and for the eyebrow grower send a self addressed stamped envelope, and X will send you the formula. - -arm ,sSssBSSSSSSaW BsBSSSSSSSSSSsBa&a - SJsmmSSSSsBSSSKBSl v ' jgaWpjpFB tfest sSSSBSSSBBBSsF ' jsSmmmmm ' '- HssBO Z KmmmmmmnEBBiS3 '.-. a ", -fsssmarralif f 4ttL'CSmWSSf fit - J :TTSre&S53SSI re&HR4?? St esas-fflnilsi i Patter And Chatter By S. E. KISER A Glorious Privilege. DONT come to me. complalnlncri Don't try to make me and) Fve little chance remalnins; To shovr for all my stralnl n.;, Bnt thins- are far from bad. Fve cot a jobt Pm earnlns ' The trasrea that I tretj Fve solved the trick of tnrnine From little cares j Im learning; That life's worth llTinc yet. DONT come to me to gmmlilr. For ni refuse to heart Short-alpMed men may stumble And here and tnere a jamoie Of rubbish may appear. Bnt 1 am bnay tryln-- To keep my vision clear. Yon may have cause for slshlnffi Beyond me there Is ljlnff X future full of cheer. r others feel forsaken Where worse baa come to worst. My eonrace Is unshaken i I've found a flat and taL.cn It for October first. Althonsh they'll soak me doable The price the place Is worth Fm slad enonsjh to bubble) Why should I think of trouble! They'll let me stay on earth! A POOtt FIGURE AT COUBT. Lloyd George Is accused of wearing a sloppy collar and troosers that bag at the knees. The latest pictures of htm indicate that his mustache needs trimming, too. CONTBATainXT. . . ...wwo... -- .w ... v .... vjwuu mj w. b yicna,. W11H111 in. It I were handsome, youthful, rich, and my surrounding all were nleasanr. K.th Um i aia nraetlcallv com. I might have freedom from regret; the chances are. though, that I shouldn't, pleted. First night plans will Include For still, bo doubt, I'd long to get some other something that I couldn't. an appropriate program. This Is very bad for the ehin line. Sunbeam To rid yourself of pimply complexion, take agar-agar (Japanese seaweed) three time a day. this can M procured from any drag gist. Your diet Is very good. Use lemon Juice for freckles. JAPAN FACES A PROBLEM IN FEEDING ITS PEOPLE T.klo. Japan. Ante. 11. The gravity of the food question in Burope finds its eeao in Japan where the problem of how to feed the population, which is Increasing annually by $M.tM, is becoming yearly more presstna". To meet the food menace Jaan, by a. special arrangement with France. is making heavy rice imports from Indo-Chtna. This la & costly opera tion, however, the Japanese govern ment losing S2.M0.v00 last year in supplying Indo-Chlna rice to the Jap anese people at a moderate price. A solution to which the govern ment is turning its attention Is that of Inducing the people to eat loss rice and more wheat because of the great wheat fields of Manchuria, which would be ample as a food sup ply. If the people would eat wheat. CITY BATHING BEACH MAY OPEN SATURDAY The munlcloal oathlna- beach at Washington Park probably will be filled and ready for oewraUos by Sat urday night, according to acting mayor R. C Semple. Wafer was turned into It Tuesday moraine;, ana minor matters of lightlag and pro viding apparatus will be completed within the next day or two. Tne HOW da voa think I look. Uncle M Wlggilyf asked Nurse Jane I IvUEsy wuxsy one morains as buv ! skipped oat on the front stoop of the hollow stamp bungalow, where the , rabbit gentleman was taking a sun bath. tVWw wm luilr a. nip n .1. ways do." replied Xr. Iongears, sq.mttng at his muskrat lady house keeper over the top of his glasses. "How do you like ay new hat, I meant went on Nurse Jane. "Oh. I didn't notice that before was the answer. "Whew! It Is a most splendiferous delightful one." he went on. as be saw, what Nurse Jane had on her bead, "And what a lot of flowers!" -Tea, just a few." said Miss Fuzzy Wuizyc "sirs. Wlbblewobble, the duck lady, helped me trim It- And. now that I am all dressed up tor a walk, why don't you ask me to take one. Uncle Wiga-Uyr and th musk rat lady turned around so Jar. Long ears could see her hat on all sides. "Why. that's a fine Idea" he ex claimed. "Well go for a walk and look for an adventure together It is a nice, onssi, o-wau.vi u .j. wui along Nurs Jane!" lady went walking with Undo Wlg gily They skipped o'er the fields and through the woods, first fast, and hn real slow. And everywhere a Nurse Jane went, her hat was si -e to sro My' What n lovely bonnet you -,i; Nurse Jane" said airs, stuo a 1 the lady bear, as sis met Hiss r-izzy Wuzxy and Cncle Wlggily on he Woodland nath. I m glad you like !," said Norse jane wnere nave you oeeu, jars. &tubtailflJ Have you been buying new hat. tooT Oh. no. I've last been to the store for some broad and batter and honey " answered the lady bear. "I ' ... Wwiji. .a wfaAh-t . t,. tnem some honey cakea for supper." Oh. that reminds me. Undo Wlg gUy " said the muskrat lady, "we need some butter. Just stop In at the seen and eight cent store and get a pound " I will." said the rabbit gentle man, and as -the store was not far away he hopped over to get the but ter, while Nurse Jane and Mrs. Stub tail talked about the best way to ' make bread pudding out of old pieces j of cake. ' Uncle Wlgaiiy at thre grocery cat in the nine and ten cent store pasting a piece ot paper over part ot the window. "What's th matter?" asked the rabbit gentleman. "Oh," answered th grocery cat. "Johnnie and BUHe BoahytalL the soulrrel boys, broke my window while ago. They were slaying boll. and dldn t mean to. "And what are you doing, putting in a new pane oi giassr- asked Uncle Wlggtly. -Oh. no." answered the grocery cat. "I have to wait for the glass-put-ln dog to come around for that. I am last pasting a piece of paper over tne note, to seep out the ram, for it is going to shower soon." "Why. paper won't keep out the ralnr laughed Uncle Wlgglly. "Bain will melt paper" "Not It I grease It with lard, as rve done this sheet which I pasted over the window," said th grocery car. -nam water can't come through greased paper, and It will be all right until I can got the glass put In. Now I'll give you the butter. Uncle Wlgglly." With the butter wrapped np In some paper under his paw Uncle Wlgglly bopped out of the store. "Excuse me. Nurse Jane,," he said. for the muskrat lady was still talk ing to Mrs. Stubtatl. "But we had better hurry. The grocery cat says ifs going to rain, and h put some greased paper ever a hole in his win dow. I don't want your new hat to be spoiled, and I have no umbrella." "Tea, you had better hurry home"" advised air. SttrbtalL, "It would be a pity to get your new hat wetl so they saM goodby and Uncle Wlgglly and Nurse Jane hosoed on. But alas! They had not gone very far before, all of a sudden. It began to sprtnxie down, ram drops. "Oh. my lovely hat!" cried Nurse Jane. "What shall I do?" 'Let's get under a tree," suggested Uncle Wlgglly. But the rain drops came through the leaves. "Oh. my hat will an be spoiledl" cried Nurse Jane, trying to bids It under her skirt. "Ob, If we only had an urabrellar Ha' I think I can mak oner said Uncle Wlgglly. "HowT" asked the muskrat lady. "Well. I have seme paper here." went on the boatay. "And I also have some batter. 111 grease a piece of paper as the grocery cat did, so toe water won't code through on my red, white and blue striped rheuma tism crutch for an umbrella. That will keep the rata off." So Uncle Wlgglly greased some Hopeful Prospect By WALT UASO.V. THE problems which so long have vexed will soon dissolve in air; an editor will be the next to fill the white honse chair. And editors are rifted vents who can the largest Mnif; they wonld not give yon 14 cents for all that prob lem stuff. The man who on his tripod sita and writes those gems yon know, is used to every kind of fits that this old world can throw. Hew problems face him every hour, each one a nimpns makes; he plies his paste hrnsh, blue and sonr, and solves them in three .shakes. The man who runs a paper now, nor takes the poorhonse train, has shown that in his bulging brow there is TEE yraog My across the way says a JaiM1Te brain. And soon a journalistic scout will walk the white house way 1 soBe eggs may be fan of proteids f?4 ??' "Te Utchstrings always out," and "We have come to stay." And but they get theirs direct from her the" e Problems drre wfll meet a man who fears them not, who has blue f athers farm and always know they're V?? l? tJl.0W, lus ,f 'et re corfforUbly hot Ye editor win laugh to scorn the Ter-f ect:y fresh, ' proM sickly thnds, drmk ita confusion in a horn of prohibition suds. ( Copyright by George Matthew Adams, WALX MAS0H- Movie Man Doubts That Film Company Will Locate Here; Reason Given By Villa For Surrendering Is Called A Lie I cfrtrsai- JSM5KtP "How do you like my new hatr- paper with a lump of butter. Then he fastened some sticks on his crutch, like umbrella ribs and b put the paper on top of them. Then he held this over Nurse Jane's head, and no rain came through the greased paper, which was like a duck's feath ers. So the bunny took the muskrat lady back to the buacalew and her new hat didn't get wet at all. And wasn't the rabbit uncle smartT I think so. And If the automobile doesn't Jump out of the garage win dow in the night to run away and play with th pony cart. CT1 tell you next aoout una wigguy ana Susie's hoop. Copyright. 120, by MeOlure Newspaper Syndicate. j Short Snatches I From Everywhere 1 The third nartv mhlri ahnnlA h. th dodo. Nashville Tem-esiean. A woman can make a spsech of ac ceptance with one word. Cleveland Press. Mrs. Cart probably regrets that sha has only nine lives to give for her suffrage cause. Nashville Banner. And when he associates with a is smoker, the fool and bis matches are soon parted, Dallas Morning News. It's a poor eye who would say that the new dresses ar th most daz zling things in sights Salt Lake Telegram. In pelttieal matters much may b said on both aides. And. to our sor row. It always is. New Tork Eve ning Post. Gov. Cox, who is wet In the east and dry tn the west, hopes with Kip ling that never th twain shall meet. The Kansas City Star. What is a man to del He Is under suspicion if he ships a trunk and he Is under susoleton If ha carries a dress suit easel Detroit News. "aper suits are arriving from Ger many, a country which knows mar new about th value of scraps of paper than it did a few years ago. The Toronto Dally Star. "We must not abridge the freedom ot speech," said Mr. Harding And thereupon failed to abridge it by stringing out his acceptance to 8000 woros, rtasavill Banner. The Sinn Fein are reported to be making dry the towns they gain con trol of in Ireland. From this dis tance that has th assect of enemv propaganda. The Buffalo Sxpresa. DONT think any film producing concern will consider El Paso as a place of oermanent location." said Ben Lewis, manager of the Ellanay and Grecian theaters. "Peo ple may think I am a bolshevik for saying this, bnt I am looking at the practical side of the thing, much as I wonld like to see production here. The movie film producers are like other manufacturers. They go where they are closest to the raw material. That stands to reason. In southern California, studios that are comnletelv equipped can be rented. Here they would have to be built There 'extras can be employed In any number on an hour's notice They have had ex perience Here It would take two weeks to get enough extras and then they would be utterly without ex perience. In California the sea is cloee for water scenes and there are mountains and desert. There thev have the Mexican element very close, as well as here California has every thing movie producers want that El Paso has and much more We have good dos here, that true. Hnt they have army posts in California as well." " ilia statenunt that he sur rendered ch.efl to prevent interven tion of the United States in Mexico, gives one a chance to study the char acteristic attitude of Mexico toward the United States," said Ignaeio Florea. "Villa himself had no hesi tancy in causing Mexico an the grief possible looting and pillaging wherever he went, killing off Mexi cans and others and causing the en tire country to be held In more or less contempt by larger nations. But the Idea that American might take a hand In Mexico's affairs, so he says, brought him to terms. It Is much like two fighting men who turn on a third who attempts to separate them. Villa bates the United States, in spite of a recent protest to the contrary, and never would miss an opportunity to work against us. Personally, however. . I think his statement that he surrendered to avoid intervention is a lie. In the first place there is no prospect of Immediate interven tion and in the second. If there were Villa looks out for himself first The truth is that the new government crushed him and he, hnclrine- our . gracefully as it is possible for him to do." ' "Salesmanship will b out of night will miss club members who next Tuesday best thing the club wUl have this year." said Norman walker "At tne entertainment, which the club Is calling "Mystery Nlebt' every member will Bring guest, man or woman. Special music a moonlirht dance, sale demonstra tions and a dinner will be only a part of the program. Th crab ts enjoy ing a rapid growth. Tbre are S7S salesmen on th rolls, and we are within is of the desired membership attainment. "About 10,000,006 acres In the state of New Mexico are Infested with pralrledogs," said Charles Springer, a stockman of that state. "It is safe to estimate that the damage by these pests has amounted to destroying grass on more than S.OOO.000 acres of th choicest grazing lands. These 6,000.000 acres would support iOO.OOO cattle or more than 1,500.000 sheep. There are a number of ways of get ting rid of these good for nothing pests Ranchers should find out some of the ways, such as poisoned grain, and help In the campaign ot extermination that Is slowly going on. Coyotes, rattlesnakes, bullsnakes and badgers help destroy them, and so docs the hawk, but wl'h all these natura1 enomKs the prairiedog does a lot of damage-" Kabibble Kabaret CoprrirtCltCoT Intcmuioou reatara Serrtc. loe Stristered C. a. Pstest Ode. W HUSBrXKD lS.iVa-Jfc-S- IM-VJUlKiG AT "AW BLKtlp:. voo'u, u-jin our op u-sVJG-As; twira-S To twDGH AT AU.-Wi 30NSESES1 EL PASO HERALD DEDICATED TO TITE SEBVICS OI THE PEOPLS THAT NO GOOD CAUSE UHAXT. LACS A CHAMPION. AND THAT EVIL SHALL NOT T1IK1YE UNOPTOSEdT dlater. editor and eeotrottag owner, has directed lb. Herald fer S3 J. C. liUmaztb I. manasex and Q. A. atartla Is manariag editor. 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