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8 Week-End Edition, November 15-14, 1920.
PRESIDENT WILSON PROCLAIMS NOV. 25 THANKSGIVING DAY T WASHINGTON, B. C No' VY President Wilson has Issued his ThanksgtTinc proclamation- The t it follows: "The season approaches when It ehooves us to turn from the diS' pactions and preoccupations of our DOCTORS ADVISE PORT WINE AND OLIVE OIL A prominent physician in an inter Mew today says if die public only knew the tonic value of port wine and olive oil they would stop buying all sorts of nostrums. Port Oirve is a combination of rich, creamy olive oil and rare old port wine scientifically blended with other medicinal agents. It quickly restores tired-out. run down systems; is especially valuable in aenemk and all wasting diseases, increases weight and strength, and tones up the entire system. Start today taking Port Olive, na ture's food tonic and see how quick-' ft you improve. On sale at aH neigh borhood druggists. The Port Olive Co., 745 N. Main sireet, Los Angeles, Cal. Adv. WHEN YOUR COM- PLEXION BEGINS TOFADEWITHAGE Son Can Preserve That Clear, Smooth Tint of Youth. 13. dally life- that we may contemplate the mercies wnicn utc dwb '""t" HfMi in nR and render heartfelt and unfeigned thanks- unto God for His manizoia gooaness. This is an old observance of the American people, deeply Imbedded in our thoughts and habit. The bur dens and the stresses of life have their-own insistence. We have abundant cause for thanksgiving. The lesions of the war are rapidly healing. The great army of free men, which America sent to the defence of liberty, returning to the grateful embrace of the nation, has resumed the useful pursuits of peace, as simply and-as promptly as it rushed m obedience to the coun try's calL The equal justice of our laws has received steady vindication In the support of a law abiding people against various and sinister attacks which have reflected only the baser agitations of war, now happily pass ing. 'In plenty, security and peace, our virtuous and self reliant people face toe future, its duties and 1U oppor tunities. Kay we have vision to dis cern oar duties; the strength, both of hand and resolve, to diecharge them, and the soundness of heart to realise that the truest opportunities are those of service. -In stewardship, we should give thanks in our hearts and dedicate ourselves to the service of God's merciful and loving purposes to His children. "Wherefore T Woodrow Wilson. president of the United States ol America, do hereby designate Thurs day, the ZSth day of November, next. as a day of thanksgiving ana prayer, and I call unos mv countrymen to cease from their ordinary tasks and Avocations iiDm that dav. giving it up to the remembrance of God and His blessings ana tneir auurui ana grace ful acknowledgement-' MINSTRELS AND PICTURES FOR THE FANS Rusco Jb H-ackwald's minstrel show will appear at the Crawford theater Sunday and Monday nights, with mat inee Sunday. Thfs company has been seec here before and bears the repu tation of having- some excellent sing er and a number of comedians who are clerer with comedy parts The usual number of good moving picture pro crams is offered for the com In k week. The managers of the various theaters announce their offer- tugs as follows: , Ella nay Attractions. ' Starting Sunday for an entire week's engagement Charles Ray in Geonce j M. Cohan's famous stage success. "-: Minutes From Broadway," the first . production from Charles Ray's own j studios. The Pathe Weekly will also j be shown. Interpretative music by i Bllanay orchestra, under direction of i David Berend and Marguerite Lava cek at the organ. Grecian Theater. Sunday only Continuation of Gou- j verneur Morris's success, "The Pen alty," featuring Lon Chaney as "Bliz zard," master of San Francisco's un derworld. Monday and Tuesday Pat O'Malley, late star of "Go and Go It," and Lil lian Hal), leading, woman of "Pickle Woman." in their latest niciure. "Sherry " by George Barr McCutch eon- Starting Wednesday for four days Screen version of one of the most famous Arsene Lupin stories, "The Mystery ef 811"; also new Star com edy. At the Palace. Sunday, through Wednesday The Rirrfct tn T ivs " Vr ma-stint niiM-nr Tit, then, of devotion and! Wlth jjae Murray. innriaay, tnrongn Aainroay l ne Tillage Sleuth." a Paramount picture, witn jnar.es Kay; also It a a Boy, jaramonnt-aennett comedy. Rlalto Offerlnjrs. Starting; today, for one week The comedy success. "Up in Mary's At tic"'; Pathe Review. Jimquins. Rlalto song numoer ana ausjio concert orchestra. Starting next Saturday, for four flays ciara Kimball Young in "For tne Bom 01 Kaxae.- Unlane Pro cram. Today and through Sunday Buster .eaun ana wm. i- crane m "The Wortham Shows Coming Again Cha$les Ray In A New Piciurel By the Occasional Use of the BLACK and WHITE Beauty Treatment. s the years go by, women low 'hat oaby-like softness and the rosy :nt which they possessed in their crIhood days Face powders, rouge -nd toilet creams all help and serve I a mask for their faded, sallow omplexion but such results serve mlv for a fpw rourt. The Black and White Beauty Treat ment will restore that bloom of youth o much desired make mothers ana laughters appear to be Bisters and ts use both safe and delightful. Be fore retiring, ytfn bathe your face with Black and White Soap, then ap ily the creamy ointment and wash off the next morning. YouH be so well .leased with this home beauty treat ment that a package of both Black anr! White 0:ntment and Soap will always have a place on your dressing 1 .able. Tour druggist sells both Black and t White Ointment and Black and White , Soap at 25c each or the manufac- J urers will send botn on receipt or j"C. A sample, literature and Black and White Birthday and Dream Book will he sent you free if you clip and mail this advertisement to Black and White, Box 105", Memphis. Tetm. ISBBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Is. Saohesd." by Wincaell Smith, and "Bride 11-" Starting Monday "The Rouse of tne Toiling- Bell.- a J. stnart Black ton production, and a Hank Mann comedy. Starting: Friday Alice Lake in "Body and SonL" and "Bride 12." WlKwam Theater. Saturday Extra comedy bill, con sisting of Johnny Hints In the super eomedy Torchy Comes Through." adapted from Sewell Ford's famous stories: Joe Martin, the best monk on the screen. In "A Prohibition Mon- ! key"; theVCeatury animal comedy. "A I Lyin' Tamer," and Morantl In "Simp I and Satan." I Sunday Sunshine edmedy. "Hold j Me Tight," Mutt and Jeff.- Vanity Maids comedy. International News, I Burton Holmes Travelogue, amlN "A oik uatcn,- a western urama. I Monday through Thursday "The i Lrixc supreme. an unaervrorKX ro i mance. with cast including Lon Cha ney. star of "The Penalty"; Bernard turning, star or wnen sear cat Went Dry"; Clair McDowell, who piayea the aunt tn "Something to Think About"; Melbourne McDowell, co-star with Fanny Davenport and leading man in 'The Flame of the I Tukon"; Tully Marshall, who has had leading roles In Paramount pictures; ocw. vwcm vwiumif "c woman for Owen Moure, and many others of nearly as great fame. At the BlJon. Sunday and Monday George Walsh In his latest Fox feature. "From Now On." by Frank I Packard, author of "The Miracle Man." Added attrac tion. "Snapshots" reel, showing Mary Pickford. Lillian Giah. Max Under. Fay Tincher, an El Paso girl; scenes la the Christie Girls' studio, and the L-Ko Comedy company at work with lions and tigers. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdav Joseph Schenck presents Norma Tal madge in "Panthea," a story of a woman's love and devotion. In addi tion, there will be a comedy In two reels. "Some Champa." Friday and Saturday Bileen Percy in her second comedy, "Beware of the Bride," a funny five-reel feature.' The Fox news reel and a "Snapshots" reel will be shown also. first in the hearts of Movie Fans I GLASS BLOWING EXHIBIT WITH WORTHAM SHOWS. THE CLARENCE A. WORTHAM shows, which were here list fall, are com ing again, opening their engagement of 12 days at Overland and Dorasgo streets on next Wednesday, under the auspices of El Paso Police Benefit asso ciation. The shows, however, will be the same fa same only. Since they were here a year ago they have been on the move and as the opportunity presented for new attractions to be added and old ones to be transferred, these changes have been made. Hence the attractions' on this visit are almost entirely sew to EI Paso, it is declared. The outstanding added features are Francesco Lestrni, "the three legged Italian''; Johns Aason, the Norwegian -nay giant" ; jfannne buck ana ner diving seals; "Room 202," a new laugh making device and a areas and wild animal show entirely new among ether things. France Unites Catholics For Breakup of Germany Bavaria and Hungary Ready to Restore Monarchies for a New Deal in Central Europe Austria Sticks by Bavaria, While Belgium and Poland Complete the Great Combination of Power Britain Strives to Balk France. N1 AMERICA WILL MAINTAIN . FOUR CEMETERIES IN FRANCE Washington, D. C, Nov. 1J. The war department has decided to au thorise the maintenance of only four permanent cemeteries in France. Tfaese will he at Snresnes. on the outskirts of Paris; at Romagne, In the Argonne region; at Bellean Wood, and at Bony. A permanent cemetery also will be established near London for those soldiers who died in Great Britain while en route to France. Charles Ray s3 Kid Burns A") Minutes 2aBroadway The Best Investment We believe that notes bearing 8 interest, payable semi annually, secured by First Mortgage on improver El Pate Real Estate, is the best investment to be had at this time. We own, and offer for sale, such notes in demminabom $100.00 to $5000.00. maturing 1 to 5 years. Special attention given to mail orders, large or smalL Mortgage Guarantee Company Affiliated With El Paso Bank and Trust Company OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Frank P. Jones, President. A. F. Kerr, Vice President. Albert Mercer. Vice President and Manager. F. M. Lynch. Secretary. Lee H. Crews, Treasurer. JUST RECEIVED A Large Shipment Of PLATE GLASS From BELGIUM -Another In NEW ORLEANS Another On THE WATER L. W. HOFFECKER El Paso, Tex. several large Hotels jf ANNOUNCE CUT IN RATES New York. Nov. 1Z. An average reduction of Is percent in food prices has been announced by several large hotels after conferences with federal food Investigators. The new prices, which will go Into effect Monday, were agreed upon. It was said, when remits of the federal agents' Investigations were submitted to various hotel proprietors. SPAIN AND AMERICA CONCLUDE POSTAL PACT Madrid. Spate. Nov. 11. A postal convention has been concluded be tween Spain, the United States and all the republics of Central and South America, according to which these countries win be regarded as a single territory and the postal rates of each will be valid in the other. Learn LANGUAGES By CORTINAPHONE Call for actual demonstration at :i-STATE TALKIXG MACHIXE CO, By EUGENE J. YOUNG. EW YORK. Nov. 13. Vnlem thins can be done by the men of London and Berlin, mora effective than anything that has been advanced In the last six months, the French "safety first plana which. involve the partition of Germany and the setting' op of a solid block of Catholic states In central Europe will come into execution in the near future. With a speed that has caused alarm in the rival chancelleries, these plans recently have been advancing to a conclusion. Germany is already crack ins: oDen. Separatists are aiming; in the Rhine land. Bavaria is schemintT to set the Wittelsbach dynasty again on tie throne and take in other parts of south Germany and part of Austria. Hungary Is awaiting the propitious moment to put a Hapsburc back on the ancient throne of St. Stephen and strike to regain some of her old pos sessions, All this Is being done under the benevolent influence of the Paris statesmen. France has decided that the only means of meeting the power of Britain, safe-guarding herself against Prussian revenge and fight ing bo is he v ism Is to lead and solxdfy the Catholic peoples. Ever since she made her peace with the Vatican marked by the canonisation of Joan of Arc she has steadily pursued this aim. Now London, Berlin and Rome, the centers of Protestant and non Catholic power in Europe are aroused by the success she is having. Under the cloak of strict censorship, formidable diplomatic duels and in trigues are being carried on for and against her policy. IndleatloB of the New DeaL All the moves in this arreat nine of statesmanship are being hidden. but one who is able to follow the scattered developments, can gain from them a clear idea of lust what Is going on. Here are some of the things which help to make the picture: 1. Bavaria and other south German states have compelled the Berlin gov ernment to accept the Idea of a fed eration which will give each state control of practically all its affairs and its system of government. Ba varia has carried the idea so far that she is to be represented at Berlin by diplomat and will have the right to have her own ministers at outside corrts. She carries on her own ne gotiations with Paris and is to have her envoy at the Vatican Independ ently of the German ambassador in Rome, Baaen, wurttemburg and Saxony are preparing to follow suit. 2. The Con cress of Independent So cialists of the lower Rhine region neid late last month denounced as a great danger to the proletariat the project of Catholic elements to form a Rhine republic"; ana the chair man gave warning that an army was being organized" to support the plans of Dr. H. A. Dorten. who calls him self president of the proposed state. Dr. Dorten" a plans are supported by France and Belgium, and his "repub lic" -would include the great Ruhr Industrial region and Frankfort, the most powerful financial center of the present nation. Austria Falls In With Scheme. 3. Anstria has refused to fall in with the plans of the Prussians and declare for union with Germany as a whole. The recent elections were won by the Christian Socialists who are working in close accord with the Clerical parties of Bavaria and Hun gary and with the French. Their sympathies go to Bavaria, since the old Suabian race dominates the Cath olics of both. 4. France has come to an arrange ment with Hungary which fs regarded in other countries as an alliance. Her net i . t. .. ; t,i GvaO 'Bon Bon a VTrmce California. Uiocuxauj , " Made in we Fruit and :Nut one mailed- a, assS cash of or kxx9 JiO JU. v big financial and industrial Interests are to take over control of the Hun garian railroads for SO years, restore and extend them. She has received a military mission, wh.ch is to reequlp the Hungarian army on a stated basts of 158.00 men. This force Is ito be armed and organised by the French and to be under French com mand in certain contingencies. Finally Hungary has declared for the monarchical system and negotiations are under way to get ex-emperor Charles or some other Hapsburg to take the throne. The Alliance With Belgium. C Completing the great plan is the Freneb military alliance with Bel gium, nsade against aH the pressure Britain con id bring to bear on her little neighbor: and the French un derstanding, it not alliance, with Po land. By the Belgian agreement, in certain conditions, the army of king Albert will pass nnder the control of French generals. We have already sees that the Poles are willing also to tarn to French leadership in an emergency, and a French military mission remains with their .forces'. The Belgian agreement has been kept secret, in spite ot British Insistence that It be filed with the league or nations, but the Belgian support ot the French seizure of Frankfort last 1 spring gives a clue to what bearing i It has on the enforcement of the ' treaty with Germany. (. Against these arrangements Britain. Germany and non-Catholic elements in Italy, together witn trie i Balkan and central European states 1 which have reason to fear the return , f the Hapsbnrga, are marshaling every power possible. Britain's first task is to put Germany on ner xeet. ; if she is to- nave a realty powenui friend on the continent. That is the reasoa for the Insistence on flxatior of the total nmajmt of reparations and on modification ot the peace treaty, oa which Paris and London are now locked in a diplomatic struggle. Britain and Italy are also trying to strengthen the "little en tente" of Csebo-Slovak la. Rumania and Jngo-Slavia by drawing In Bul garia and Greece ,aa an offset to Hungarian revival. Germans snowing Alarm. The German press and publicists of all shades of opinion have made no bonis of their alarm over what is coming If the French and Catholic policies are not balked. Uneasiness over r-rencn plans. especially as regards the Ruhr, lies over Sarope like a nightmare." cries The Berlin sentsche Ailgememe zei tung. organ of Hugo Stlnnes, the great Industrial magnate and power behind the present government. Amu it eomolains of the French refusal to fix the German indemnity, i charging: "The Nationalists cry out , .k.. Ih .f , i . J. ! . H I other regions and for the dismem berment of Germany, while French economists pursue the aim of laying hands on upper Silesia, the Ruhr and the Saar. Germany must be made economically dependent on France. I the greatest number ot burdens must be Imposed and. If these cannot be borne, the lever must be applied at the proper moment." Dr- Walther Rathenau. the elec trical magnate, bluntly says: "Per haps the near future will see Ger many split Into three parts the first Bavaria, which will attach Itself to what is left of Austria; second the Rhlneland. which wil become a sec ond Belgium: and finally the re mainder of the empire, x x Then the Rhlneland will find France's offers sdvsntageoua" The Taegllsche Kundscnan nas car ried an exnosure of the alleged French propaganda bureau In Munich, which Is declared to be nnder the direct control ot X. silllerand. Large sums are said to have been used to impress on south German peasants the danger of bolshevlsm ts Prussia, while the bourgeosle are beguiled with the idea that Bavaria can escspe some of her reparations burdens and get favors through French control of the Xnlne navigation ana innanna.. Ideas Echoed la 1 rnnrf. It might be possible to dismiss such charges with the old words. "German orooaganda." but they can be found duplicated in the press of all the countries of Europe, and plainly echoed tn France. We find the correspondent of the semi-official Paris Temps writing in this strain from Munich: -The Ba varians dellghtx In the idea ot the accession of Rupprecht. the legiti mate klng.r a modern prince. Intelli gent and liberal." (This is the same Rupprecht whose armies devastated and despoiled northern France, de stroyed the coal mines at Lens and sent French maidens from Lille to I God knows what fate. Such is the International politics which France, seeking safety, has to play.) The Temps and other papers have been emphasizing the idea that Ba varia should stick to her guns on the nrocositlon that the German "Reich" must be made into a real federal sys tem, which would give all parts of it j a?aass"nBnsaasTksnTsnTss'nTnei Fans l (mj Starting Sunday! The First Big picture Made By jjpr Charles Ray Himself in His ' OwnNw Studio and it's a Bird! 4 T wm v.va m7JH GRECIAN TODAY "ARE YOU LEGALLY MARRIED?" Tomorrow at the Grecian ti THE PENALTY" Continuation of "Penalty" Engage ment for One More Day Only freedom to work out their own new systems of government. L'Humanite. the Labor organ, openly charges that France connives at the existence tn Bavasia of the citlsens' militia by which that prov ince defies Berlin. "Militarist and Nationalist France is now working behind the scenes." it says, "for the reintroduction of the monarchy. Its only aim is the permanent maiming and destruction of the German people. To bring this about it makes use not oniv of the Monarchists in Munich. but the Communists in Berlin. A Monarchist south Germany, a north ern Germany perishing In bolahevlsm and a French western Germany that Is the aim. Ceaater-Kffert of Britain. All of this sheds light on the tense situation that has arisen between Britain and France as they prepare to come to grips at Geneva when. the league of nations meeta It Is a curi ous fact that the British statesmen, who only a few months ago were studiously ignoring the league as they carried on their direct negotia tions with the premiers of the various powers concerned, have suddenly fonnd that the league machinery pre sents the only way out of the cnl-de-sse Into which they have been ma neuvered by MUlerand.' In this Juncture the British states men have made what seems to be s blunder of the first class. Urged by the necessity of restoring trade with Germany they have declared their In tention to Ignore the provision of the treaty which would permit them to seise property of Germans to collect indemnities. This measure was evidently intend ed to force the bead of France by facing her with the peril of having Britain grasp German trade. 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