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jjX PASO HERALD
Le-poldo Sot-, a service car driver,
.wars eld, living ot Fifth and
-r -ta Fe. sire4 is, wai Instantly killed
ndav n'ght at Stanton and Seventh
f-trests Tfchen a car in which he t
- a-nn and driven by Alfredo FieTO,
n ui South Kl Paso street, was
c-run. by another service car driven
?.i.tvadoi Delgrado, of 500 East
N ni.i street.
ricrro was lls;ht!y Injured.
Both cars were overturned.
Cororer R. B. Rawlins held an In
qi.es, and ordered ths body of Soto
,-to cd to the Pea-Hajredon nnder
Ipieado was arrested charged with
"WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE
Start your Christ
mas shopping RIGHT
See that you boy the
presents lor men at
the RIGHT PRICES.
We Will Be Pleased
to Show Yoe.
U. S. NEAR END
OF POST WAR
Washington. D. C. Dec. Close of j
the business year 1920 Is described by
the federal reserve board as the turn-
htas; point In the transition from war-
produced conditions to the normal
economic basis of International and
The statement treats of present
conditions generally in an optimistic
manner, declaring that the difficulty
of transition will not be much
further aggravated. It also asserts
that owing to the nation's strong
banking structure a normal situation
will be restored with far less than
the distress usually attendant on i
periods of readjustment.
While necessarilv uncomfortable,
the transition through which the
country is now passing, the board as
serts, has thus far been attended
with only a minimum of the unfavor
able symptoms characterising previ
ous periods of marked readjustment.
The fiscal situation both at home
and abroad, however, Is still uncertain.
In International trade a return to
normal conditions is In Drorress. the
board says. With the exception of
agriculture, in which tne output was
the lararest on record, production has
been decreasing since the spring of
The board describes the tendency
In the retail trade as downward. The
slowing down of the export trade of
the united States during toe year is
attributed in some measure to the ex
Picturesque Mexico: Transportation
California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
WAR ON NEW
Tuceon, Ariz., Dee. C State ento
mologist Don C Mote, in the cleaning
up ef several hundred acres of Pima
cotton in the Rflltto section, near
Tucson, where boll weevil has been
found Is betas; serine assistance b7
the Pima county farm bureau. The
weeril is considered of a rather lmml
terlal sort, but scientists fear that
with abundant feeding; cpon domestic
cotton plants it would become an ac
tive menace, approximating in size
and vigor the weeril of the Gulf
Y.M. C. A. WORK
Kuno Doerr, general manager of
the smelter, has been empowered by
the board of directors to offer not
to exceed $2W a month for the sup
port of the smelter Y. M. C A. The
sum la contingent on a further
amount to be contributed by other
Industries In that vicinity. Plans for
1 raising the funds will be made by a
committee comprising O. J. Allen, A.
Concehesne, sad J. J. Ormsbee. Mr.
I Courchesne, O. J. Blnford and E. H.
I Rogers also have agreed to contribute
-to the support of the institution.
The clinic opened recently by the
x. xl. u. a. smeiter Drancn, treated
4 persons during November. IS men,
2 women and 29 children, according
to the monthly report of J. Gordon
Brooks, secretary of the branch.
Other statistical reports of the sec
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MEJWCO still sticks to ancient meuioas or transportation, anaousn luv
automobile toots through the streets of most of the cities, and electric
lfghts and modern confluences are also to be found everywhere. The
picture shows an ox-cart in Santa Rosalia, state of Chihuahua. "Bob" McAfee,
cashier of the State National bank of El Paso, and Joe Segall. also of El
Paso, are shown In the picture. They hired the 'Tig' to ride uptown but
soon decided to walk. G. A. M.
Tomorrow! The Cathedral in Mexico City.
c.c;t "California" syrup of Figs
y iook for the name California on
i -it- package, then you are sure your
r r.-.Id is having the best and most
, . rmlesa physic for the little stoo-
- liver and bowels. Children love
Jrultv taste. Full directions on
-n bottle. Ten must ray "Calt--Ta
aUoey back wtthsat sverHoa
if UU W'l'S 8AJLVTE U&m In to
Oeaaseat of ITCH. nCBasU.
ltctior skin dlseasea Pries
ordelt Drug Company.
Attendance at building. . .
Average daily attendance. .
Number attending classes . .
Number of classes held..
Total afend'e at clasess.
Number of hours given
to teaching 113
Number of lectures given. 4
Number of social nights.. 13
Community nights 1
Number of athletic classes 24
Number of interviews ... 41
Homes visited 3
Sick visited 3
Attendance at clinic
Games played 3214
Itching earn disease
Tffic at drarcists, or air
Manuel Morales and Maria Gebara.
Anastacio Jimenez and Maura Ka
Juan. Valencia and Paula Sals.
Little Savings Account Says:
Start Your Boy or
Girl on the Right
with a savings bank account and you will
be inculcating a lesson of thrift which will
mean a great deal to him or her later on,
not only in dollars and cents, but also char
acter and happiness.
Send them to me ancM will give them then
first lesson in thrift
HPaso Bank &Tnist Company
"YOUR KIND OF A BANK."
TO PUT CURB
ON LOW PRICES
Indianapolis, IncU Iec 6. treading
agriculturists of the country are meet
ing here today for a three day con
vention, the second "P"1 gathering
of the American farm bureau federa
The principal question to be de
cided Is to devise means for ending
soon the depression now felt by the
iarmmg industry, and toward tnis and
plans will be discussed for moving
large stocks of grain, wool and cotton
left In the bands of the producers.
The announcement declared that ef
fort wonld be made to check falling
prices which it added are in many in
stances at the pre war levels.
The formulmtlon of a, national acrri-
cultural policy will be undertaken,
federation officers said, with the view
of preventing a recurrence of the
condition which they described as
now confronting; the farmers. A fea
ture of the policy was expected to be
a system of cooperative marketing,
which will bring the nrodncer and
consumer into closer relation and re
strict the activities of middlemen.
Organised agriculture's attitude to
ward national legislation also will be
determined at the convention. Among
the important measeres, which it was
announced will be considered are the
Capper-Volstead bill, exempting pro
ducers' organisations from the anti
trust laws, the French truth in fabric
bill, requiring manufacturers of
woolen goods to label their products
so the consumer may know the per
centage or virgin wool ana snoaay,
the Kahn-Wadsworth billy authorising
the government to operate the Mus
cle Shoals, Ala nitrate plant for pro
ducing commercial fertiliser, and the
bill granting 1.0wjMv,00 United
States government credit to Germany
for making purchases of food and
raw materials in this country.
Among these speakers on the pro
gram are: Gov. Harding of the fed
eral reserve board; Herbert Hoover,
.former food administrator. Gov.
Hardin, Iowa: T. H. McDonald, chief
or tne federal bureau or gooo roa as;
H. G. Shirley of the federal high
way council; Clifford Thome of Chi
cago, transportation expert, and
Henry Wallace, of Des Moines.
TEXAS MAY GET
Washington, Tr. C, Dec. . Texas
appropriations ia the annual esti
mates for the fiscal year 133 sent to
congress by the treasury department
Include tos toff! ce building at Ama
rillo. jltSH: Galveston harbor. Gal
veston channel, port Bolivar channel.
Texas City channel, Houston ship
canal, total of S2.9St.0OS; improvement
ot Texas bayou. 1Z3.MM; waterway
front from Galveston to Corpus Chris
front from Galveston to Corpus
Christ! and A channel from Pass Ca
vallo to port Lavaca, 31M.7S: Free
port harbor, 1333,00 ; Brusca river.
tl.0M; Port Arkansas. tSM.00; Sa
bine Pass harbor. SIM,; Big
Grande project J1.M0.S40.
With the exception of the iten for
the Amarillo poatofftce there is no
appropriation for aay Texas, New
Mexico or Artxoaa postofflees or other
federal buildings in the bill. New
Mexico appropriations in the bill in
clude Support ot Inrdians. J 140.00:
water supply for Indians of Arlxoua
'aud New Mexico, 3M.SO0; Carlsbad
project. S1M.0M; Indian school at Al
buquerque, S1S2.4SS; Indian school at
Santa Fa, J1J5.W9.
Indian reservation, irrigation. SM,
"Ss is contained In an appropriation
of 1100.000 is mad tor Indian schools
Lexington. Ky., Dec . Nine stills I
of from five to 100 gallons capacity.
509 gallons ot beer and 100 gallons
of mooasbins whisky, were taken by
federal agents in a raid on the "South '
America" district In Whitley conntv '
following a pitched fight between 30
alleged moonshiners and 100 prohibi
tion agents and United States mar.
shais. At least one ot the alleged I
moonshiners is believed to have been
Four of six men captured are held ,
In Pineville. Marshals will begin j
serving warrant Monday on 30 oth- I
er men alleged to have participated ,
in the fight.
FOOTBALL IXJCRT CAUSES DKATH.
Tucson. Aria-, Deo. t. Marry Hu
man, a high school student, aged 17.
son of former manager H. P. Soman
of the Daily Star, has died of injuries
received in a football game.
A Simple, Safe, Iaexpestire Method
that Clean 0t the Bud, Rote sad
There Is no disease more otfasstve
or dlsagresmbls or no disease that
will lead to as much serious trouble
as catarrh. Ton can now get rtd of
it by a simple, safe, pleasant bone
remedy discovered by Dr. Blosser. a
Dr. Blower's Remedy is composed
of medicinal herbs, flowers asd ber
ries, which you smoke in a dainty
pipe or cigarette. The smoke-vapor
Is inhaled into all the air passage
of the head, nose, throat and lunga.
It contains no cubebs or tobacco and
may be need by women and children I
as weu as men.
This medicated smoke carries medi
cine where sprays, douches and oint
ments cannot possibly reach. Its ef
fect is soothing and healing and is
entirely harmless. If jtol are a suf
ferer from catarrh, asthma, catarrhal
deafness, or subject to freanent colds.
yon should try this Remedy without
Any wsll-stocksd drug store can
supply Dr. Blosser Rejnedy in cig
arettes or powder for smoking In a
pipe, or will order It for you. Satis
factory resjlts guaranteed by a gen
uine. money-Daoa oner.
A trial Dachaae will be mailed
postpaid to any sufferer for ten
cents (coin or stamps) by The Blos
bt Co- DD25, Atlanta, Ga.. to prove
Its delightful snd remarkable effec
tiveness. Adv. I
PLAN TO GROW
FOOD CROPS IN
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 6. Radical I
reduction of the cotton acreage In
every state where the staple Is grown (
and the planting something that man !
or beast can eat. are the objects I
sougut oy me coixon convention
which meets here tomorrow and
Wednesday. Representatives of
clearing house associations, cham
bers of commerce, officers, directors
and members of the American Cotton
association, farmers and merchants
assodaltons and all Interests allied
with the cotton growing industry
have been invited to attend.
There will be general discussions
for extensive campaigns in every
southern state to carry on diversified
farming. The executive committee
has expressed itself as wanting to
see that the farmers of the south
grow more livestock, more poultry
and more of everything else but cot-
Sn, and to bring ths forcibly before
era a campaign will he launched
that will reach every land owner's
The committee plans to make the
reduction in cotton acreage of equal
proportion, so that the same reduc
tions will be made In every cotton
growing state. The plan, as pro
posed, will ask for the cooperation
and support of the entire banking and
commercial industries and all finan
cial institutions of the south.
Assurances have been given the
committees by prominent business
and financial men and all the whole
sale assodaions that they will co
operate in one big effort for the wel
fare and benefit of the southern peo
ple. Irish Charge Misrule
Of British In India
sew Tork. Dec. s. Appointment of
a committee to go to India to investi
gate charges of alleged British mis
rule In that country was provided for
in resolutions adopted at the first
convention of "the Friends of Free
dom In India.
Among the charges alleged were
that "Great Britain has ruled and
dominated India in the exclusive in
terests ot the British empire. and
"that as a direct result of British ex
ploitation, the native industrial sys
tem has broken down."
Other charge made were that
Great Britain has steadily cnt off the
means of education; Imposed exces
sive taxation; enforced exportation
"which has literally starved millions
of the people of India. and that un
der British rule deeds sf violence,
deaths -tram plague, sickness and
misery have Increased.
teatefces Repaired Km.
All makes, even the smallest.
Martin A Sen. 314 E. San Antonlo.-Adv.
Which of these Mctrolas
willyou choose for Christmas?
Victrola IV, $25
VictroU Vm, $50
Select whichever style is hest suited to your
needs and you can be sure it will give the utmost
satisfaction. They are all Victroias, made com
plete in the victor factories the largest plant in
the world devoted to the manufacture of aTnusteal
Victroias differ essentially from all other sound
reproducing instruments. They are built for the
express purpose of playing the world's best music
exacdy as interpreted by the greatest artists who
have naturally chosen the Victor as the medium
to record and reproduce their art. The Victor
changeable stylus and the modifying doors enable
you to adapt the volume of tone to the acoustic
requirements of any room, but no compromise is
permitted, and on the Victrota no distortion is
These are only two of the many Victor pat
ented features- in every Vktrola, and the more
than twenty years research and experience in the
art of sound reproduction are your guarantee of
To be sure you get Victor products, look for
our famous trademark "His Master's Voice"
under the lid of all instruments, on the labels of
Vtctrola VI, $35
VictroU EC, 7S
VictroU X. $125
Viazokt XI, $im
VictroU XVI, $275
Vktrola XVI. dectrfc, $337.50
HIS MASTERS "vtSCE"
This trademark sad the trademark. rd word
''Vktrola'' ideatif alloatr piodwtt. Look
uader the lid I Look oa the label !
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
Camden, N. J.
Vktroh XVII, $350
VkeXVTB. electric. 34U
Victor Talking Machine Company
Camden, New Jersey
The process of making plate glass
is not anlUce rolling doagh cn a
Br DUNK BOTTS.
Open Shop Association
Will Include All Lines
Phoenix. Aria, Dee. . The Phoe
nix Building Trades Open Shop asso
ciation is to be changed to "The Phoe
nix Open Shop association. This is
designed to broaden the ork ot the
association for the admission of all
classes of industry and business to
endeavor to remove the cause of in
dustrial unrest by helping to improve
working conditions, to seen re the j
right of union and nonunion labor to
work side by side, without discrim
ination, and to assist workers to find
Building operations have slowed np
materially in Phoenix, though still
active in the way of smaller resi
dences and business blocks. There
has arisen a question of unemploy
ment. The automobile industry Is
far from active and business men are
reported to have been laying off some
of their employes. Cotton picking Is
declared one of the most lucrative of
local Industries, the old price o 4
cents a pound still being received by
the field workers.
THE town of Thaaderatios most he
on a boom as x sua v-a seen go
ing in that direction this mek with a
plank on his shoulder.
Sile KiWew has been aiminf, to patch
his pig pen, but he his watted so last
his bofi have outgrown most cf the
It snowed somewhere this morning
and everybody around the stove is ex
pecting Luke Ma thews la to come m
right soon and tell about the snow of
'88, which gets deeper each inter.
FORCED TO SELL
BIG SACRIFICE SALE
Everything Goods, Fixtures and all
must go, Entire Stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Hats and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
at about One-Half Worth.
Retail or Wholesale.
Come to The Emporium and be convinced.
Hundreds of others did.
312 E. Overland.
Must Vacate Must Vacate
U. S. Automobile Death
Toll In 192 Is 3808
Washington. D. C. Dec f . (By the
Associated Press). A total of 1.S0S
persons were killed In automobile ac
cidents .or died as a result of Injuries
therefrom, during the last ysar, the
census bureau announced today. An
automobile accident death rats of li.1
out, of every lf-,0s of population was
reported for 1919. an Increase over
even year since 1915, when the rate
was S.0, and an increase of 24 S In
the total number of death over 1918.
Statistics for cities of 1511.000 or
more population included:
Los Angeles 119, Increase 28 rate
21.1; San Francisco Its Increase 11.
rate 11 1 ; Seattle 60, Increase IS, rate
M.O; Denver 41, decrease 2, rate K-l
Cuajilpallaa to suHaea's worst
eacaaw- Wt- TTCTTS LIVER PILLS
rewatate aa4 deasse. The great
reswtlj far wwkb'i special IB.
Use Herald Want Ads
FISHER LEATHER CO.
EI Paso's Oldest Shoe Finding House.
Customers who have been dealing with us
acknowledge that they obtain the best
merchandise from us, lor less money.
Write us for prices on Sole Leather, Rubber-Heels,
Shoe Nails and Tools.
FISHER LEATHER CO.
113 E. Overland St.
El Paso, Tex.