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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday. Dec 15. 1920. ARSON LAID TO SYNDICATE OF HUNGARIANS Un'ontown. Pa.. Dw 15. Fire early odav destroyed tne plant of the "al chance Lorobpr company at Fair- ancf. p'i miles from hero, with an mj mated loss of foJ.p-. State police Tatrolinir the district believe It Is an - iher act of the gang of incendiaries y. ho hae oeen operating in Fayette "untv for the part few months. Today s fire is the 31st. In the coke fgion in the past few months, a num- r bfng school houses. A man now under arrest has con- '-sped to starting three of them and -tate police are searching; for ac- om pi ices. The man in his confession taied that he was a member of an i laired arson ring, with headquarters i przemysl. Hungary. He declared ring had agents throughout the nited States, whose duty it was to troy the existing ordr so that a . vr world "free from disease and all nt-r ills of mankind migbt be rmed." Armd men guard homes and other ' ui'dingp which have been threatened ,th destruction, property losses to 1 1 ap-pre gate about half a million J. Henry Orme, occult lecturer, will - . m tne courtnouse tonight at i 'Ark on Emerson's "Compensation,' i crltly considered. Adv. " I Now Gets 48 Eggs ADay Instead Of 3 Mr. Vincent Cured Loafing "Br- His Hens of Easily Done. the "Xy egg nvplr Increased wea-Serially- Bcriy In Jtossry I lUrted aelnr Iea 8b og. I bad bees letflar abeat 3 egg every ether day from 79 nest. By the esd ef January 1 was lk IA fi. lBtwoweekiEra.J wat iB'T F?ttt 48 a day.- . L V Mr. Vteeeat's retBSH. is Jassary. prars test M m 1 a J can jet the ecf nT. - when ergs are bifh Irs jus tr (table and costs aothlsg- to try OtTB tout bent Don Sung asd watch tvnlts for one month. Jf you dost teJ that It pays for Itself and payi you r good profit beafcJea, t Imply tell sa and roar money will be ebeerXnlly refunded. Pod Sang (Catoeee for egg-layisff) Is a scientific tonic and conditioner. It Is easily glvea tn the feed, Improves the hen's health sndraakea her stronger aad more active. It tones Bp the eg c-Uylag orgasa. and gets the eggs, so Batter bow fold er wet the weather. Ton can obtain Bon Sang fresi year dnirgltt or poultry remedy dealer, er send 31.04 ( Include war tax) for a partage by mail. Bsrrell-Dugger Co., ill Columbia Bldg ladiaupSu, lad. The Christinas Mow Oh Sale COME AND LOOK Sex CamJy We cany the most complete fine of candies m Q Paso. Boxes from 50c op to $15.00 each. Staaciard Bezet Asserted Cfcotaf, box 1M Bitter Snrfli, bx 1.30 Affinity Snnti, box l.eo Tetaptatfen Sfrttti, bax ... LU Brazilian Nnts la Cream aad Victoria Peeaa Cream 1.75 Kraita and Not 2J80 Baskets, S4lk Boxes aad FaBer Christmas Boxes In vmUatHed numbers. Bofic Csfidies LOOK AT THE PHXCBS Peanut Brittle, per 1 30c Peanut Bar. per H ....30e Taffy, assorted, per lb Seafesm Klasea. per lb.... Pure Cream Caramel per lb. ....... ....... Cream Wafers, per lb Bntterseotca, per H Toasted Coeoaaut Squares, per lb. ........... French. FraK Angst, per w wc Bob Bobs Fruit Tops, Assorted Flavor. 6c per T. Ca&dy Canes For Tree Decoration from 8e each up to each Owcafete Creasy 6c Per Posad 15 different flavors tm select from, aitx Chocolate Band Rolls, Slee per Bn Ri&ea Ca&dr, 5(k Per Posad special Attention to 3tafl Orders. THE PACIFIC OCEAN CONFECTIONERY 40 North Oregon Street FISHER LEATHER CO. El Pate's Onistt Shoe F3mg Hoese SOLE LEATHER Rabber Hetk, Sbee Nalt aad Sfaoemiker's Took. Write for price. FISHER LEATHER CO. 113 E. Orak, St EI Paw, Texas. Knights of Columbus RADIO SCHOOL! Ex-Service Men, the Radio Profession Welcomes You to Its Ranks. Withinthe next year heavy demands will be made upon the radio fraternity for skilled operators and maintenance men. Tbe psrinoas wB be k Mexico, Sostb America, our Seatbwest and at sea. Salaries wiB be abost ?2W.W per month to start Enroll new, and by springtime be equipped and ready to accept one of these attractive positions. We have secured as instructor a radio engineer of world-wide experience. Free to Ex-Service Men! Enroll now at 1214 Mills Building. Telephone 3433 KU KLUX KLAN IS ORGANIZED IN NEW YORK New York, Dec 15. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People today made public a letter to the federal attorney here requesting him to Investigate infor mation received by the organization that "the Ku KIux fclan Is organiz ing a branch in this district." The association also announced it had evidence of the killing of more than thirty negroes In election riots in Florida, and of terroriiation of nee-ro voters in the south. which would be presented to the department of justice next Friday. Aulo And Tire Firms To Pay Quarterly Dividends xw Tork. Dec 15. Directors or the Willys Overland company today announced their regular quarterly dividend of 1 percent on preferred stock would be passed. Directors of the Keystone Tire com pany today decided to pass the quar terly dividend of 3 percent due at this time. Prehistoric Cemelerv And Village Discovered In iVJVf, New York. Dec 15. Discovery of the ruins of a prehistoric village and cemetery In which were many relics of great value. In the Navajo country In New Mexico, was announced today by the American Museum of Natural History. The discovery was made by an exploration party beaded by Earl H. Morris, which has been conducting excavations in the Pueblo community dwelling at Aztec X. M. Hundreds of polished pottery ves sels of artistic design and scores of ancient tombs, which revealed many interesting habits of living, were un earthed, be said. HI-Y CLUB COMPLETES 1920 SEASON'S ACTIVITIES The last of a series oY ten meetings j which made up the fall program of I the Hl-Y club ,of the Y. M. C A. was held Tuesday night lit the central ranch building. H. M. Rugg. of New York, director of technical education n the united Y. M. C A. schools, ir poke on "Courage and Loyalty." He said that the local Hl-Y club was one of the best organisations of he kind he has seen In the country. Each of the 220 members was as sessed 60 cents to pay for the Christ - nas tree party at the smelter De- cember 24. Detailed arrangements for the iaxx country fair to be given December 21 and 28 were made also. The pro gram will be announced later. Yvatehes Repaired Now, All makes, even the smallest. Martin Son, 314 K. San Antonlo.-Adv. Candy Mixture 50c per Lb. AT OUR DISPLAYS .4Ue .SOe .60c .4e .4c -We NEW EXCHANGE IS PLANNED FOR EL PASO More than SS4XXW0 possibly $1,000. 000 will be spent enlarging El Paso's telephone exchange. Improvemen ts are to be so extensive to take care fo the city's needs up to 1930, at which time It is estimated the popu lation will be ICO.OvO. it was an nounced at the Kiwanis club lunch eon Wednesday noon at the Elks club. The announcement was made by C. C. Croke. development engineer of the Mountain States Telephone company. Mr. Croke is here with three tele phone engineers to work out plans for enlarging the telephone system, with the aid of Chester E. Stratton, manager of the local office, Mr. Croke said the eompany had arrived at the conclusion that the city would have 100.000 people tn 10 years but added that the percent age of growth shown during the past 10 years probably will not con tinue. The extension work Includes ad dition of sub-exchanges, laying of conduits and reorganization of the entire system along lines of large city exchanges. Sam Glllett. president of the club and chairman of the roads committee made a report. He said some plan would be worked out by the city council to give upper valley farmers better traffic connec tions with business centers of El Paso to save them making the grade of the viaduct over the railroad tracks. W. H. Payne. Albert Mercer and C H. Teague were named on a commit tee to conduct the annual audit of the club's books. J. W. Kirkpatrlck explained why he has to be absent sa much. E- Gordon Perry told of financial conditions in the east. He said these were tight times, but that El Paso was less affected than any place In the east. It's a state of mind more than a con dition, he said. Dr. E. J. Cummins spoke for the good of the order, saying work was the best solace and the only excuse for living. Col. King Stanley played card tricks for the Klwanlana. President Of Bank Which Failed Dead From Bullet rxinnlson. Tex- Itoc 15. James Ad dison, president of tbe Nocona State Danjc. at niocona wnica to cwwu uj a state bank examiner Monday, was fonnd dead from a bullet wound early today, according; to telegrams here. Y. M. C A. BOYS' CABINET TO AID HI-Y CLUB IN PARTY The boy's cabinet of the T. X- C A, made np of representatives from all clubs and organizations In the aaeo. oiation, have arranged to cooperate with the Hl-Y clnb in EivineT & Christ mas tree party at the smelter De cember 24. Horace DwfcnMll reprM.ts the younger boys of tbe association, stfe ceedlns; Walter Howell, who now rep resent the yonnser employed boys In the cabinet. T. M. C A. membership tickets, which will be given to needy boys by business men of the city, will be delivered by cabinet members Christ mas morning. APPEAL AGAINST SALE OF D.&R.G. RAILROAD IS ffiARD St. Louis. Mo- Dec li Ajpeal of stockholders asatnet sale of the Den ver and Rio Grande railroad to the Western Pacific Railroad corporation was taken under advteement at the conclusion of arguments tn the Uni ted States circuit court or appeal They WORK while you sleep" A Dependable Physic when Bilious, Headachy, Coaxtipated and Upset. SO, 25, 50c drugstores. COMMITTEE IN HOUSE WORKS ON FARMER AID waahinirton. D. C. Dec 15. The bill of the senate agriculture com mittee derljninp revival of the war finance corporation and favoring ex tension of more liberal credits by the federal reserve system for relief of r armor, was referred to tne banking and currency corrmittef upon its ar rival In the house after passage by the fsenate. Th committee Immediately began t "in pcs at which representatives of wool growers appeared in support of the iill. At least ,200.000,000. the committee was told, should be made available for relief of farmers, live stock growers and business interests. The senate also continued con sideration of the farmer relief prob lem, in discussion of the Capper Hersman bill which, passed by the hcuse last May, to authorize coopera tive marketing: by agricultural as sociations under regulation of the federal trade commission. Senator King. Democrat, of Utah, attacked the bill on the ground it wonld exempt farmers' organisations from the Sherman law. The bill was supported by senator McCumber, Re publican, of North Dakota. Railroad Men Get Credit For Lifting Car Bonds El Paso railroad men are due the credit for hftlnsr.tbe j;i0 cash bond from box cars entering Mexico, effec tive probably soon after January 1, declared Zach I-amar Cobb before the Traffic club at its luncheon at the chamber of commerce Wednesday. "Lifting; of the bond should be fol lowed by the granting- of credit to reputable firms of Mexico desiring the purchase in El Paso." he said. "El namr, h. the natural advantage to become the forenr. t distributing! center of the UnltsT 7 tales in iraae with Mexico." N. U. Rankin told the club how quails for the menu were procured. W C Miller, Julius Krakauer, N. A. Ferguson and W. C. Hepburn also spoke, commending work done by tbe club. Fate Of Navy Balloon And Crew Is UncerlainlS S&1?n New York, Dec. 13. The fate of the naval balloon which left Rockaway point for Canada Monday afternoon with three passengers and which was reported last night to have crashed into the side of Fork mountain, near Wells, N. Y.. was still uncertain to day. No word from the craft has been received. The crew was composed of experi enced naval aviators, headed by Lieut Walter H in ton. who was a member of the crew of the NV--4 during its trans Atlantic flight. The other members of the crew are Lieut. Stephen A. Farrell and A. L. Kloor. Spain Admits Union Rights Bui Scores "Tyranny" Paris. France. Dec. 15. Spain freely admits the right of professional anions, but cannot tolerate "the tyranny and crimes of a revolutionary minority," said a statement Issued at the Spanish embassy here today deny ing allegations In an appeal made by ! a recent radical meeting at Barcelona. The Barcelona meeting charged that ; syndicalist leaders were being de- J ported to Fernando Po. on the west ' coast of Africa, and that the police ! bad assassinated other principal ! fla-ures in the syndicalist movement i in spam. 'Auto Men Cooperate In "Y" Mechanic School A committee aas been named by the automotive trades department of the chamber of commerce to cooperate with the T. If. C. A. ia conducting the automotive trades school it will establish here. The committee was named br F. H. Bannell, bead of the automotive trades department of the chamber of commerce. O. C Young blood is chairman. Other member are: Barry Cool. E. E. Wiseman. C W. Allen. C U Pelham. J. C. Dunlavey and A. R. Crownover. KING ALFONSO WILL PARCEL OUT ESTATE TO FARMERS vmAwiA Rmih. om. IS. Instructions have been Riven by kins; Alfonso for tne xonnauon ox an aKncujiarai syndicate.- the object of which will be the parcel Ins; oat of the king's royal estate at El Pardo, nine miles west of this city, for cultivation under the auspices of the Catholic agrarian federation. The property contains nearly tf acres and will be divided into small plots. A plan has been devised which will permit laborers to squire the land allotted to them. 300 MILLIONS DEPOSITS IN TEXAS STATE BANKS Austin, Texas. Dec 15. Total ln dlvtdsal deposits in 1015 state banks operating; in Texas at close of easi ness November 15 smounted to $303. 557.702. according to a condensed statement of the financial condition of these banks made public today by the department of insurance and banking;. Total resources of the banks reaches $414.8(3.755: loans and discounts. $241.3C;.S:C: overdrafts. 3t.140.sl2; capital stock J43.7I4.2M. 0PHELIAI8JP" LadiesKeep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum SENATE FIGHT ON PACKERS' BILL OPENS Washington, D. C Dee. 15. Fede ral regulation of the meat packing tn- dustry as proposed tn a bill reported j by the senate agricultural committee was attacked in the senate by senator Wadsworth. o New York, and senator SmooL of Utah. RenubHcana The bill was defended by senator Kenyon, Republican. iowa sponsor 01 tne original packer regulative proposals. The bill would provide for voluntary registration and licensing of packer and for the creation of a livesto- f commission which would conduct bearings and enforce rules and re turns. A uniform accounting system also wonld be required. A final vote in the senate not later than January 24 on the Kenyon K end rick bill for federal regulation of meat packing industry was agreed ' upon tooay oy ttepuDiican leaaers. Gronna AM Keayon. Senators Wadsworth and Smoot were loined In thir attaeka bv senators King, Democrat. Utah; Pomerene. ' Democrat, Ohio; Watson, Republican, Indiana, and Steruing, Republican. South Dakota, all of whom opposed , certain features of the proposed bill. 1 Senator Kenyon was assisted In hts defence by chairman Gronna of the , agricultural committee and by sena- tors Lenroot, Republican, Wisconsin, and Kendrlck. Democrat. Wyoming. Senator Wadsworth declared the bill i would bring; about general licensing In the industry and would take pa- t ternalism very fr. "We have had some t vperience with , licensing business during the last j three years, he added, "and I do , not believe you wilt get many votes tn tbe senate for its re-establish- , ment." Tbe provisions of supervising the industry, the New York senator said, would result la unnecessary hamper- I lag of Business. Smoot In Attack- Senator Smoot attacked tne general , principle Involved on the ground that retail profits In meat distribution ', were of great Importance to tbe con- ; sumer. He added that wholesale prices had changed very little tn the , last two years and said that tf tbe 1 senate really wants to do something i for the cofuramer. It is beginning at tbe wrong end of tbe line." I Justice Stafford of the District of t Columbia supreme court, put an end ! to tae delays wnicn nave attended pacKers. xne pacxers wantea aaai- t tonal time In which to reply to the j government's motion that trustees be 1 named to sell tbe property, but justice j Stafford would not agree to delay and set Tuesday, December 21 for ' hearing argument on the govern ment 8 proposal. Sendle Tafyss Up Soldier Bonus; Legion Men Spealt Washington. IX C. Dec 15. Legis lation DrovidlBsr compensation or a socalled "boaaa" for former service men was taken np today by the sen ate finance committee with a delega tion representing the American legion Invited to open the bearings. Tbe bill was passed In the house last spring. Although conceding that the ques tion Is difficult because of tbe tress- ; urys condition, taxes and other con- stderattons, senators nave expressed themselves as anxious for disposition of tbe matter during tbe present ses sion of congress. Relay Messages Will Not Be Censored Is Report Washington. D C Dec IS. A ten tative aareement that "no censorship I shall be imposed upon messages xnere I ly passing through relay points" has neea reaeaea ay tae international commBBlcatlons conference here. Wal- commlssloiiers to the e nferenee. de- S"? Conductors ind Val Fitxpat clared today before a senate commit- have been summoned to appear tee investigating; the whole question of cable communications. CONGRESS PLANS CUT IN BORDER ARMY FORCE (Contlsoes tram pace I.) wltbtlrawal of many of tbe troops now on ths border." Asotber policy of tbe committee. Mr. Anthony indicated, would be to pro ride for tbe foil strength main tenance of only two divisions In stead of nine as tbe war department favors. Tbe remaining divisions wosld be maintained In skeletonised form and wottld be increased to fall strength only 1b emergencies. Plan to Sell Tracks Immediate sale of S..t to 0.ft0 motor tracks now hj In reserve was said by Mr. AnjTony to bo fa vored by tbe commit e. Secretary Baker. Ti repty 10 question, said tbe fjry at present consisted of anproxl-sa-y S1C.00O en Iistea men ana 14.00 oiricers. Members -of Che boose military committee have charred the war de partment with break in r faith with congress In recrolUns; more than tbe 1M.90 men for which provision was made in the army appropriation bill This year said represen tatJ vr Anthony, "we will appropriate for an army of not mors than l?ft.M men and In addition will pnt a mandatory provision In tbe appropriation bill that tbe war department hi not to exceed that number." THE WEATHER V. 8. DBPARTHKKT OF ABBlCUtTDHB ""HBR BURBA IT. Obeervatiea taken tllasu TSth bm rtdas time. Dec 'I. in. Zereouts Tat 6 p.m. WE'RE READY Ity: rlr malaat sad Thai-a-say; esider te nlabt. New Mextee: Falr tontsnt aad Tuse Am.j ; eolder tmUnt oath pertloa. Arlnms: Pavh w alcht sad Tbsredsy; rlstaff tempetsre Thisrsday. West Texas: Te alsnt aad Tbarsday fair; eolor toatsnt. PreetpttetioB tat 31 houn ltsctw State er wwainr l slant I I Ti I I 13 M St Clear 34 St 22 Clear (0 Clear 32 4t 3S Snow 32 4X 39 Snow 24 32 24 Clear 24 IS 24 Snow .01 St i: St Clear 63 42 50 Clear ... 28 M 24 Clear 3 44 34 Clear 42 2 4 Clear 50 47 48 Clear 4t 2 4 Clear 3ft R8 Clear .3 34 34 Clear 24 6C 24 Clear 3 so sc Cloudy ... 12 3 12 Clear 4 it 4C Pt.Cltly. ... 4B J.8 4S Clear 10 40 10 Clear 42 40 3S Clear 42 S 40 Clear . Ablleae . Amarillo , I Desver DulDtb Havre Kansas City .... Little Rock ... . l.oa Angeles .... New Orleans .... Sew York Phoenix St. Louis -alt Ike City -a a Antonio an Fancico. ants Fe . ... Wawhlnrton Com pa rati re El Patto I'rwblUtiia. Jan. 1 to D-r. 14, Inclusive. 11, 7.40 In. Jan. 1 to Dc 14. laclualre. 1S17. C49 tn. Jan. 1 to rc 14. Inclu-ire. I91S. 7 71 In. Jan. I ta Tec. 14. tnclu-ive. 111. 0.75 n. Jan. 1 to Lec. 14. Inclusive, 1920. C.21 In. Normal Jan 1 to TVo 14, tnetttslve, 9 57 n. BONDS SET IX MQUOR CASE. Enrique SI as. Manuel Soto anil Francisco Nunez were Riven a hear ing; Wednesday before United States comfn leal oner A. J W Schmid on charpea of smueirlinit 66 quarts o( tequila Sias wai h M iindtr Jl bond and Soto's and Nuitz's 1odJ- were set at IJOCO acn. i i i give the, boys a Merry Christmas! I Boys' sIHc ties ia 4-ia-haad otyss, aad ia a Treat asssntaatat sf pretty cater combination, are priced at 50c, 75c aad $L Kattted testes of heavy sasHty ia all the wasted school cows are prieed at 31-30. Boy Scoat &a outlet gloves fat Mack aad tan, with warm fleeced Katng ia aH taws are prieed at SUOl PHONE 5208. Bey Lates Toys, Too. COS. OVERLAND & Tvoo Trainmen Must Show Cause For Strike Order Roanoke, Tn, Dee. 15 W. A. Tur ner, vice president of the Order of before the railroad labor board In Cblcaro, December If to "show canse why they issued a strike referendum to members of their jrranlsations on the Norfolk sc Western railway tn violation of tbe transportation act." APPLICATION FOR WRITS OF ERROR ARE GRANTED AHwLIU, a Can sj. AOs. atinnssuvas for writs of error were granted to- day by tbe supreme court la the eases of U O. Ramsey vs. George W. Whae et aL and of George W. Whae et al. tiLa Ramsey, both from 3 Paso county. I.IKLT. COVND GOI'6 TO FRAXCK. William Coand, lit North Kansas street, has received a letter from his son. Lieut. Oliver Cound. In ths quar termaster coirs at Washington. D. C. telllns; htm that he has been ordered suit him a new please Aad wa aarc sack a iptr urtirl nlwrioo ef ttera. They are tae, Wootj braad safes lm better suits are made. Brerj sort is won derfntty taOered of the faast all-wool materials. They are in kaiekerbocker style with the fcaickers fully lined. A great ts riety of auUariaii aad colon aa all siees "10 '7 C are prieed at P J-sw J or here's a lined coat They are rery desirable for Use bey whs is mneh out-of-door. Sheet Band coats of xaoie fkin with beaver collar am priced at $12. buy him several new dress shirts We have aaay pretty Mads is good heavy percales and madrases; fhjares aad strips ia al eoiore and sites. Priced at sua :t eAlU iaroy kajefcere with doable FOB THE Q. QBE SOUTH -"The Store That Sells For Leu" Buyers Must Stand Loss Of $1,000,000 in Sugar Mew York. Dec. IB- Saaremo eoart justice Cobalan today handed do a decision eomaelllBa i usili nam 24 sua-ar cases involving more than S1.000.9S to pay ts osata a pound isr susar wnica tney aao acrees to par chase from Lambora Co.. of ibis city, at that price, bat had rofased to accept oa Its arrival la Baltimore, after the market had snssned to lea man le cents. CeavMraetfea KaHe-I. Denver. r, Oslo, Dec la. T Western Suaar eaawaar. laiaent best susar rsflnlng coaipaay ra this dis trict, announced today Its dselsioB to n , ?i?Son.tiD".e?i ttloa work oa new factories at Johnstowa, Colo, and at ---e. neb, lor aa Isoecrattte perlod.- i-esaioa In susar pi aw. &as mented by the "strained credit situ ation," were reasoas given ay the eomnany in a prspared statemeat. to France and Belatom. and will sail December 21. Lieut. Coand has been in service fear years. Re slatted Ms father In El Paso a.x weeks ago. is sure to warm sheep For the rest of the week wfll sell boys' best qnsii'v cor seats aad kaees ia nil sizes at $2.5C. Warn ftsaatserte sleepers ia plaia white stripes aad ia piak aad bine, with attractive aanery ill ilgai, cease is sizes 2 to 10 years; sudtaWe for hoys or girls, each $1 jo. Beys good heavy fleeced aajea suits ia grey anteed are priced at Sl-25 a suit. Every hay Kfces hoese slippers; we have heavy grey felt sfipperi with assccaaia soles at $U0 a pair. ALL DBPTS SeadU. Tewr aiaX 0ldcis MSSA ATE. DYERIGHT Buy only "Diamond Dyes Hach naokace of "Ihamond Tres" oontains !i recti mm to simple that any woman can diamond-dye worn, shabby skirts, waists, dresses, coats aloves. stocking, sweaters, draperies, ovorythlns. whether wool. silk, linen. ton or mixed croods, new. rich. fadeless colors. Have draggis; or yo "Diamond Dyes Color Card " Adv.