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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dec 23, 1920- 3 BIG TEXAS SHIP . CHRISTENED BY GIRL OF ELEVEN Philadelphia, Pa, Dec Si. The I,one Star State, a 13.000 ton comblna t.on cargo and passenger ship named in nonor of Texas, was launched at t', New York ahlp yard. Gloucester. :n J . today. Georgian W. Dean, -1-vear-old daughter of R. A- Dean. AVaahlngton. D. C, special assistant to admiral Benson, chairman or tne h lpping beard, waa sponsor. Grocer Fourth Victim Of Dallas Family Fetid an cnknojrn assailant, Monday ' -frht. He ia the fourth victim of a f cfl.an family feod. Poor Appetite? Adler-i-ka! -My daughter has gained 7 pounds - n.le taking Adler-i-ka. She had ( r-stipatlon, fras on the stomach and r- very poor appetite. She ia CURED now and has good appetite." (Signed) i- F. Newman. -Adler-i-ka acta on BOTH upper and Ircr bowel, removing toul matter i -. :ch poisoned stomach, a Brings oat . 1 gasses. relieving pressure on v-art and other organs. KXCELLKNT r r gas on the stonach or sour stom ach. Removes surprising amount ox 1 ul. decaying matter which nothing . lse can dislodge. Tends to CORE -"nsttpatlon and prevent appendicitis. j "Warner Drug Co. Adv. COAL BARONS TELL SENATE INSIDE STORY Washington, D. C Dec. 23. How the National Coal association, an or ganisation of coal operators, dealt with the government and coped with the fuel shortage last summer, were fields In which a senate Investigating committee spent It hours. J. D. A. Morrow, vice president of the organization, told the association drafted orders for the Interstate com merce commission to issue on trans portatlon matters, paid the expenses of the United States geological survey in collecting official figures on coal production, kept Joseph P. Tumulty, secretary to president Wilson, in formed of all steps, and snccessfuny rvall. Texas. Dec. 13. Joe KOg- , vmum iiiM iu niKDi ironi cmmima B'hiT he was shotr-fnnrht nronaaals to reestablish a fuel administration aicnougn cwi n continued to mount. D. W. Wents, the association's president, testified to purchasing for the war department at the height of the shortage, 15.009 tons of coal, for which the government paid $11,56 a ton. while another corporation which he controlled was mining and selling contract coal for S3-M and J 1.87 a ton. -A representative of the war de partment came to me and said that the department had ordered all its coal for the winter bought Immedi ately during September," Mr. Wents said. "I said that the department should buy a little then, and a little later on, and not go into the market for the full amount because it all could be obtained latetr for much less meney, but I was Informed that the order was to buy immediately. The story I got was that the secretary of war leu inc oic ."-v.-j - Mr. Wentx said he received com unnnitliir to S75.W0 on the purchases. Senator Calder. producing a sheet of figures, said that "mil lions of tons" had been obtained for the army by other buyers during Sep tember and October, at prices rang ing from SS.S0 to SIS- Another re port, from the shipping board said bunker coal at Hampton Roads during the summer and iau naa wk mo clncr board il.ra a ton. CLARA SMITH SURRENDERS AFTER FLIGHT (Ceatianed from page 1.1 BrWSi In Conclusion The Prestige of Our Name on Your Gift Adds Much to The Value But Nothing To Its Cost Silberberg Bros., Jewelers BrlB A I S5r The Mere Thought of Buying a. Christmas Dia- triSiS t 1 SSL moad Should SaggesC SOberberc's. jBSC&S clan was summoned to administer to her. Want Speedy Trial. Sheriff Garrett made good his promise to allow her freedom with l.er family. Sheriff Orndorff of El Paso, deputised a taxi driver and stationed him in front of the Smith home all night not so much as a guard, he said, but to keep newspaper men and curious people from ap proaching the house. The party is scheduled to reach Ft. Worth tomorrow morning and to reach Ardmore that afternoon. Bond of $10,000 is to be furnished Immed iately and Hiss Smith expects to spend a few days with relatives In Oklahoma before returning to El Paso to await the trial in Ardmore. At torneys McLean and Coakley. said they would aak a speedy trial and expressed the belief that her acquittal would result. "The sympathy of the people of Carter county, Oklahoma is with Hiss Smith. sheriff Garrett said. Wmhr To Get Fortune,"' James H. Mathers, of the firm of Mathers and Coakley, attorneys for Clara Barton Smith, at Ardmore. de clare that there ia a will of the late Jake L. H anion in existence and that "Clara Smith is left one-fourth of the estate." He added, however, that he did not believe the will to be In Ard more. Hamon waa a multi-millionaire. Besides money from the estate proper. It Is understood that Clara Smith will get f 100.000 from his life Insurance. Mrs. Mary E. Allen Dies At Soninlaw's Home Mrs. Mary E. Allen, aged "5. died of pneumonia, Thursday morning. She lived at the home of her soninlaw. W. F. Payne, for the last M years. Mrs. Allen waa born In Mlllbrldge. Ma'ne, June 23. 1845. She is survived by the following relatives: Bart Allen, a son, Lompac Calif.: a brother resid ing in Anaheim. Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Ansell and Mrs. Amanda Austin, of Melrose. Mass.: a grand daughter, Mary Allen Page, and a gnat-granddaughter. Xathryn Payne Harris. Funeral arrangements hare not been completed. Holidays Cause Well Drilling To Be Halted Pecos. Texas, December XI. The Christmas holidays are to cause a few days' shutdown of several rigs drill ing for on In the territory around Pecos, but a few are to be kept going, among them Bell-Reeves, down 1170 feet; Pecos Angeles, down 40 feet: Las Pecos, which spudded in the main well Wednesday, and the Texas Drill ing and Development company's well. 1500 Without Work As Glass Factory Closes Toledo, Ohio, Dee. 2X. More than ISO men were thrown out of work until February 1, when the Edward Ford Plate Glass company plant. Rosaf ord closed today- $16,000 Found On Body of Woman In GasFilledApartment rEW YORK. Dec. 23. A woman with 31C. 00 in bank notes bound to her thigh by a handkerchief was found dead of gas poisoning in a room on Bast Erth street. A note with the money read: "If anything happens to me, this money belongs to M. Bolaton as Son, Sharon, Pa." AND HE DID 1 LITTLE SAVINGS I ACCOUNT SAYS;- Only afew shopping days left J THINK fu. SET BUSY AND r 3 I ( MAKE A. BARREL OP HOME") T 1 i vim As a last moment suggestion. j ! What could be finer and 2 more appropriate than a 3 j Savings Account? 3 1 Your gift will be the most i , appreciated of all. 8 1 1 1 BPaso Barik&Tmst Company j" Springs- Oammercial-TriLsS 3 3f sWTfiiSO trwKMgmtirirS TsiXAg? 5 na is SKsmiii' jgj j "YOUR K1I,D OF A BANK" fj XMAS SPECIAL!! OUR ENTIRE STOCK of KODAK ALBUMS At 25 off our regular price Ton hare one of the larRrct toeka of album In the city to elect from. We do deTeloplnsr and Printline Send us your films by mail. THE PHOTO SHOP In Seett White Drue Store Mills Bide KOREA TELLS NEW TALES OF OUTRAGE Washington. D. C Doc 53. A statement charging Japanese military authorities with deeds more fright ful and barbarous" than anything ever alleged to have occurred In Bel gium during the war was issued here today by the Korean commission, based, the commission said, on au thentic reports received by it from Manchuria. The Japanese punitive expedition, sent to the Hunchun district, follow ing the clash last November between Japanese troops and Korean insur gents, was alleged to have burned SI villages, -killed all the male Inhabi tants of district" and "massacred 14i peaceful Inhabitants" In one town, where one house was burned. It was added, with women and children In side. "Authentic reports received by the Korean commission In Washington, the statement said, "show a total of 38 non-combatants arrested and ex ecuted, of whom M were wives and 12 were mothers, who answered Odoro Kaso' (gone somewhere, de do not know) to questions as to the whereabouts of their husbands and sons." The Japanese government's "reign of terror in Korea," the commission asserted, now had been carried into southern Manchuria where "some mil lion Koreans" reside under Chinese rule, "driven out of their native land by the Japanese." Pachuca Miners Restless Women Urge Disturbance Pachuca. Mex Dec. 23. Idle min ers held a mass meeting la this city. Speeches were made lnslmuatlng that mining companies were suspending operations in order to force a reduc tion of wages. One woman In aa In cendiary speech declared the men of the oamp were not valiant enough to defend their rights while their fam ilies were starving". More conserva tive speakers urged the workmen to cooperate with the mine owners In an effort to relieve the present situation which Is growing more serious each day. The Blanco. Mara villas and San Rafael mines have suspended. Spaniard Donates War Loss To Aid New Gooemmenl Torreon. Coabuila, Mex, Dec 23. Alvaro Calleja. a wealthy Spaniard of the lagnns district, recently pre sented a claim against the Mexican government for 270.8M pesos for losses during the revolution has re quested same to be withdrawn. Calleja gives as his reason for the withdrawal that he believe the Mexi can people are now making an honest effort to reestablish permanent peace and prosperity and that he prefers to contribute the amount of his claim in assisting rather than handicap the new regime. Urge French In Mexico To Tell Facts To Leygues Mexico City. Mex, Dee J. French residents of Mexico nave been asked by foreign minister Hidalgo to lay before their home government state ments of conditions prevailing m Mexico and guarantees for their safety made by the Mexican govern ment. This action follows receipt of a dispatch from Paris ra vhleh French premier Leygues was quoted as say ing he waa less hopeful of French recognition of Mexios If full guaran tees were not forthcoming. Mexican Corporal To Die For Muider Of Sergeant Torreon. Coahnlla. Mex. Dec . Corporal an Koartgues was eeineiiceu to death for the killing of Sergt- Juan Rodriguez. Unless the sentence Is commuted Rodriguez will probably be executed within the next U days. Four Rich Silver Mines In Torreon Are Closed Torreon. Coahuila, Mex, Dee. 23 The Ago Ha, cuarto ae juiio, san itiwm and Las Muertes. four large silver-lead producing mines of the veiaroena uistrici, ne own wi dered to suspend operations by Rafael Bustamente, principal owner, who re sides in this city. These properties will remain Idle until there Is an in crease In the price of silver or other conditions are improved. Want Guards To Protect Consulate In New York Mexico City. Mex, Dee. 14. Ramon P. de Negri. Mexican consul general in fiew lorx. amn w t dent Obregon for permission to em ploy special consulate police, declar ing this step seems advisable In view OI tne wave ox crime we. SENATOR FALL PREDICTS U. a AID FOR FARMERS AM fnr farmers in the arid south west Is nredlcted by senator A. B. Fall, of New Mexico, who passed through El Paso Wednesday evening. The senator expressed doobt, how ever, about the success of the emer- ' ger of a filibuster against it, he said he feared. . The situation in Mexico, ra tne sen ator's opinion. Is hopeful. He denied having been offered a cabinet port fnlln RMiatnp Vmll was on his war to Chandler. Aria, to spend Christmas. Ha was at tne ruo aei none. OBTAIN CHARTER FOR BANK AT SCOTTSOALE, ARIZONA Phoenix, Ariz, Dee. 2J. W. B. Xtm sey, fatherinlaw of vtee president Marshal, and a group 01 aornHiaie, Ariz, farmers and business mtm. have filed with the state corpovaUom com mission articles of Incorporate of a state bank to be established at Seottsdale, which Is nine miles north east of Phoenix. The company In corporated with a capital stock of S2.M. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Pared Pest ftattea : Floor. Crrr Tear maH packages. iiousAND Gift 5& Popular Dry Goods Company, Inc. El.Pa.sos .Beautiful Christmas Store Tomorrow Santa Claus Says "Goodbye" Here The Hurrying Christmas Crowds Will Find Wliat They Want THERE is very little left for us to say today. Already we have served thousands of Christmas shoppers, and those who have waited until the last minute will find ample stocks, attractive prices and willing salespeople to serve you. Early shoppers to morrow will render us a special favor. Santa Clans Says Goodbye Tomorrow Promptly At 6 o'Clock We Feature For The Final Day Phoenix Silk Hosiery T OMORROW will be Phoenix hose day. What could be a more satisfac tory climax to our Christmas business than a reduction in rhoemx silk hosiery? PHObXNlX hosiery at too well known tor at to cfwefl ob fts aaents right now when everybody k ia a fanny even ike Herald readers. We sanply re mc! you that tne high quality of wwiiiuiwhip aad rotrlrrffirt wed in Phoenix base has cataMiahed a lead erfbip winch makes it a favored Christmas remem brance. At the redeed prices these hose offer yon as aBswpatsed rarae. rs-Ttr .1 . l 1-1 L 1 EVtK I DV-nJ I mows UBl n b an cstauwncu policy at The Popular to always give csntotaen die fall benefit of all market rettocrioos. There has been a reduction k Phoenix bote, so we gre last bbk QnstBHrr shoppers the foil benefit of lower prices on what k the most prized of all Christnras gifts Phoenix hose isfended for gifts will be encased in pretty holiday boxes. Also Wc also continue the spe cial raiser in If omen's SUk Hose AJcfi Bere a veriaeef Tuesday. Phoenix Hose For Men And Women For the fkal day of Christasas shopping we offer a foil range of sizes and pnaiibes in Phoenix hose for both sen and wobmb. Phoenix Hose For Women No. 725 A reaUr $2.95 bote- No. 366 A regniar $2.35 hose. Q far Phoenix bote day at ip"DD for Phoenix hose day at qfX.ZTZt No. yol A regmar i.oa nose, jj for Phoenb hose day at P-ar No. 3m A regular $2JSQ bote- d Q o for Phoenix hose day at P tX7 No. 374 A regular $2.95 hose. gQ O for Phoenix hose day at ?p -sV. JD No. 365 A Raalar $1.35 hose. -j -s v for Phoenix hose day at tpl.lW Phoenix Hose For Men No. 2S1 A ieiisar SI. 3 5 hose. c1 No. 2fM A regsiar $1.00 Eose, for Ph hose day at -tp A. JJ fer PWx-nfx hose dav at , Ob Sate Men's FarnisbBs Section Street Floor Wool Scarf s New Arrivals Another item any woman will appreciate as a gift. n nF.I AYF.D shkMsent of wool scarfs has iast arrived. This was a A special nwlerpriced purchase, and has been dhided into two lots. I do una? Iw na aIt on the Street Floor, the other Downstairs. Vl WooVScarfs$9.95 WoolScarfs$5.95 These are a most extraordinary Table. They come is brushed wool with pockets and behs. There is a wide range of besatiful colorings in rose, green and tan, heather ma tures with contrastmg reverses. Ear lier in the season this same quality $15. -Special at. . .P 95 On Safe Street Floor This shipnKAt has just been re ceived and the scarfs are an excep tional value. They cone is brushed wool wish beks and pockets. The colors are rich browns, tans, heather mixtures and nnny oners. Our last wiipraent lasted bat a few days these wil soon be sold. Choice while $5.95 Ob Sale Downstairs Fancy Linens Half Price ODDS and ends in fancy linens at half price. In cluded in this assortment you will find Madeira hand em broidered pieces, lace trimmed covers, towels and many other pieces. 3rd Floor Linen Dept. $10 kid pbeaes at the special price f $5-50 Is a final day ieatsrre la tne xoy abbcx. At m Sv J77l Final Day Specials Shop o'Sweets 3 EXTRA SPECIALS 1 lb. Forrest Chocolates, assorted flavor ereaas and caramel centers. Extra special JDDC MILK CHOCOLATES Cream. rMrahfflallow and caramel center nsik cho colates assorted flavors. "r Extra special, per R 3 C CHRISTMAS CANDY Brilliant, ribbon and Christmas sailed candy. Extra special, per lb 33 c BlueSergeSuits For Stout Men o UR special holiday value in blue serge suits for stout men offer most unusual values. There is a full range of sizes from 38 to 50. See center display case on San Antonio St Men's Clothing DepL 2hd Floor 30 aff an lamps and ChiMma candles Is a final day inducement on tne Siztk Floor. EAT YOUR BUSINESS LUNCH AT THE Y. W. C. A. CAFETERIA. Take Asnirin onlr as told In each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin, xnen you win oe iuiiowiuk tne directions and dosage worked out by physicians durlns 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can take them without fear for Colds, Headache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Tootache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab lets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of i 51onoaeeticacid-"lr or Ha n-viicaciu 1 Adv. CRIME WAVE IN EL PASO MERE RIPPLE. SAYS JUDGE. (Continued treat paxe 1.1 a days nop to the coast. Ifa not far to New Orleans not tor crooks. -Bt Paso always has more crime at this time of the year than at any other season." said Judge Howe. "And ws may be having a little more than usual right now. But El Paso hasn't anything like the hie crimes that the large eastern cities are having. Neither in number nor percentage of population. We have burglaries and holdups here, of course. They are to be expected In any place as large as this or larger. They can't be pre vented entirely by the police as the police are not mind readers. But we have not been havine; the more seri- , 1 "ri m 11 . f Vl . r ous cnniM owe v...-- have been committed here have got prompt luenuon iruii - iney nave tgu. v.. TJA b.m ir was the volicr system here he objected to. I tell the police this themselves.' he said. "When I go to the police to get evi dence It can't be found. The filing svstem and the method of keeping records are at fault. That. I think, ran be and will be corrected.' Kl 1'nne I'ollre i aira noritinr. Manuel iUcu, arrested i. noon Thursday In Sabtno B. Albans's horns. He 311 Rivera street, by ettr detectives J. J. Coleman and Can stooi was charged with burglary. The detectives went to the Albam home when neighbors telephoned that they saw a stranger enter the house. They took a passksy from Rico, they said, and also found two snlt- Baeked with etathhuc. which Albam said had been gathered from all parts of his house. The home waa thoroughly rifled, according to the detectives. R&frulta From Herald Adi Cet a tabs to day. Mftks your bead ana note (eel raw. Easy to apply .to act 30 treatment tin FREE Writ KONDON I-TG. CO. Minneapolis, Minn. The Thede-Sherrod Policy The Taese-Swerred peSey is to Bare was ear patroa want, WnetB er it be a "single Mkk or a carfeai" Ne sracr is loo rani1 far as aad Bae toe large for as. Oar poKcy k yet a stop k advaae af haviag waat Hie satran wast. It is ear aa, abe, to help oar aatraa get tie very laasW rbey Beed for a grrea BarBese. THEDE-SHERROD LUMBER CO. 1861 Texas St "A siagk stkk or a car feai." Pbeael028.