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WOMEN PLAN PROGRAM FOR GIRLS IN CLINIC Santa Clans ia the gniae of tb league of Women Teun will remem ber girls in the oounty clinic. Mrs. H. Lay heads the committee arrang ins for the event. Other members are Dr. Alice Merchant, Mr. W. R. Weeks, Mrs. F. O. Barrett. Mrs. Robert Bar ton. Mrs. W. a. Abbott, Mrs. George Mattice. Mrs. Lloyd BurllnaTham and iliss Jessie K. McDonald. The committee to provide and Mil Christmas stockings is composed of Dr. Merchant, Mrs. B. Anderson, Mrs. saner. Mrs. Emma Montrose Mrs. I-ouls Lay. Mrs. Richard Glun. Mrs. laul Atkinson, and Miss Florence William?. jirls in the clinic are to decorate the tree. The program to be given l i iday afternoon will be in charge of Mrs. Abbott. quartet composed of Mrs. Abbots Mrs. Barton, Mrs. O. A. Crltchett and Mrs. H. A. Taylor and Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Abbott will sing: Miss Mar garet Hines will give a reading and Miss Kathleen will direct a akelele chorus. Pope Will Hold Midnight Mass In Pontine Chapel Home. Italy, Etoe. St. Pop Bene dict has decided to celebrate mMnlg'ht mui on ChristmM eren la the pon tine chapel, thus rMunlnc a emtom abandoned while Leo Xill -was pon tiff. Time Is T" Do Your Gift Buying for Men At a Mans Store Hoe's a Lift of Last BATHROBES SILK SHIRTS SILK NECKWEAR SILK SCARFS SILK PAJAMAS GLOVES BELTS BELT BUCKLES I 1QS-.11LTEXASST. I This store fa well suppUed when it comes to practical gift ar ticles a walk tarn the varioBS departments wfll give 70a as ides, of how able we are to supply useful articles lor ttr mem ber of the family. We suggest a few below. Beautiful Silver Salad Sets and Articles For Holiday Presents A Casserole Makes a Dandy Christmas Gift SPECIAL SALE HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE STILL GOING ON. J. B. Wpod Hardware & Rubber Co. 310 TEXAS ST. Telepbose 49 Open Evenings. Including Christmas Eve, 23. 1920. FOUR KILLED IN DISORDER IN BOLOGNA Bologna. Italy, Dee. 25. A seiions clash has occurred at Ferrers, IS miles north of Bologna, where the Socialists had organized a demonstra tion in protest against the feoent at tacks in Bologna npon Socialist dep uties. Fonr persons were killed and more than SO wounded before police and troops restored order. Fifteen red guards were arrested. More than 14,000 persons gathered for the Socialist demonstration. Authorities believed the absence of police and carabineers from the scene would aid in avoiding trouble. The theater was decorated with red flags. In the royal box the coat of arms of the House of Savoy was re placed by a portrait of Nikolai Lentne. the Russian soviet premier. While the meeting was in fall swing. WO Nationalists, in military formation. Issued from the quarters near the Commanal theater, intend ing to carry out a parade through the streets and to sing war songs and shout the war cry of Gabriels d'Annnnxio. At first the Nationalists were confronted by male nurses from the lunatic asylum. These nurses, all Socialists, marched In the oppo site direction to the Nationalists, waving red flags. Then a volley of rifle fire swept over the Nationalists. 4he shots com ing from the battlements of a tamos; castle. A stampede of the people immedi ately followed the firing. During the shooting, whlph continued only for a few minutes, the screams of the horror-sttlek jn people eoaM be heard above the valleys from the rifles. Passing T i omorrow is Cystmas Eve Minute Suggestions: GLOVES HOSIERY HANDKERCHIEFS FELT HATS CAPS CUFF BUTTONS SOFT COLLARS UNDERWEAR Our iBverwara aeetioa of- fen dozens of desiraWe and worthy gift suggwttoas a salad set, cream ladle, sugar shell, batter knife, pie server, tomato server, oaks fork, gravy ladie, baby food pueker or spoons, or a child's knife, fork and speos set any of these woeM sake desirable and lasting pres ents asd the qnelity of oar mtresandlse tesnrea long asd lasting Mrrfee. VUR this departaeai asd see the dis phiys. Hen are some reparoles is ! cot-ant nick el frames, with durable wood bandies and orsaaeeta! metal feet. They will enable "her" to prepare many savory dishes xad a gift of tide kiwi wffl surely please. TABLETS WILL BE MOVED TO CITY SQUARE Bronze tablets bearing- names of 3 Paso boys, who died In world war service will be placed npon a granite stone In the city hall square when they are removed from Liberty statue, as result of action taken by the city council Thursday morning on recommendation of alderman Park Pitman. The stone to bear the tablets served as a test block for miners of the southwest in drilling contests In El Paso more than 20 years ago. It bears the deep, round indentations of the bits. The council accepted fire chief John W. W ray's recommendation that hydrants be placed at McKlnley and Ord streets, McKinley aad Byron. Na tions and Ord, Copta and Grand. Martinez and Grand, Piedraa and Grand, Myles, between McKinley and Mountain, and Byron and Frankfort. The latter is especially needed, he said. Ordinance assessing- costs on paving of Bliss street from Stevens to Marr streets was adopted. Thirty-seven deaths and It births were reported to the city health de partment during; the week. Army Recruit Inspector Praises Work In El Paso CoL M. T. Gohn, inspector Instruc tor of the Fifth Recruiting region coraDrislne Oklahoma. Texas and New Mexico, is inspecting the recrnitisc station in jsi Faso. "If everr other recmitins: station In the country had done as well as the m -aso oistnct aunng me insi two months, the United States army would have more than 6s, new men." said Col. Gohn. He la greatly pleased by the work being done here and said SI Paso had gone over its quota. Cured His Piles Kew 88 Tears OH Bat Works At Trade of Biacksraith and Feels Younger since Piles Ate Gone. The oldest active blacksmith in Michigan is still pounding his anvil la the town of Homer thanks to my Internal method for treating piles. Mr. Jacob Lyon, Homer, Mich. I -I- . k -. ...... Mnlfl ma w Vim 4, wiau biw, ju, .uwu tell of his many experiences with oinunenv. sajvec uiuuita, r-l , w fore he tried my method. Here is 1 letter lost received from him: w. -D V T- r-m Vflnhnlt Vlrl isear Ol, . x main jvw -v " - Yf nut uenuucu - - J " me. I bad suffered with piles for many years and used suppositories , ,. a. . ...... ... t Vmi ana bu aiiu, v, i.cuucum, -never got relief until I tried yours . - uniAAt mim AlthAnirtl I am St years old. and the oldest active DiacKsmiui in jiwhsu, years younger since the piles have left me. 1 will surely recommend it XO SJl 1 JOWW WIW DUi.c. iub . nt... aw V9V Tan wish and I hope ft will lead others to try IBIS wonaenui rcracuj. Tours truly. t t. t.-vaw n .1 a n f flirted mere b iu,,.uu-. , people suffering with piles who have ,t tried the one sensiDlo nay of treating them. Don t be cut. iioni "v-w an foousn saives. oinuoeu". "jrvr: etc, out aeon luuv . . ".r of my internal method for the heattsr So matter whether 7onr case Is of long stanams, or wnetner --,7. .t.i. T sent you snouia trial treatment. , No matter wnere you n ter what your age or "h'f yotx are trouoiea wn OO WIU reiievfj juu t -""'-"' . This liberal offer of free treatment Is too important for you to neglect " single oay- Write now. Send no monef. Simply mall the coupon-but do this now FREE PILE REMEDY E. R. Page, 184SB Page Bldg, MarsliaB, Mick Please send free trial of yoar isedod to: To the Friend in Another City ' Just "Say It With Flowers by Wire SBBBBWMr w JsV ?nssssB. I ifJP- (ST S100 I Martin Bids. II EL PASO LAUDS U. S. GUARDIAN OF NEW WORLD Bio Janeiro, Brastl, Dec :3. Sen ator Alfredo Ellis, in his address of welcome to Balnbrldge Colby, Ameri can secretary of state, in the Bra zilian senate today, made special ref erence to the Monroe doctrine To your great nation as the older brother of the 1" republics of th new world was reserved the hard task of watching over the liberty and safety of the whole family," senator Ellis said. That program was de fined and known throughout the world as the Monroe doctrine. Even now, faithful to the old doctrine, the American people continue to main tain it Instead of accepting the rules and statutes of the league of the European nations. "Many think the Monroe doctrine thM whole continent is to be considered as -a hunting ground for the Americans on account of their power and preponderance over their weaker brothers. Luckily your great president. Mr. Wilson, speaking to the Mexican people, defined recently and clearly the spirit and true signifi cance of the doctrine 'it Is a doc trine of defence." Th 4M.iHne was a comnromlse to defend the American republics against incursions. In proclaiming that doc trine, the wortn American govern mmt became the chamDlon of lib erty throughout the new world. No one of sound mind can Imagine that Washington's sword should be used as an Instrument to plant the seed of oppression over all America, in tauuf of that of liberty In both con tinents. Washington not only was the father of his country, but is con sidered throughout the Americas as the father of democracy and the great champion of liberty. "No one can suppose your powerful nation, the most fronded tree of the r eon oilcan forest, would need for its enormous growth and development, the sap of sister trees growing con fidently under Its beneficial and friendly shade." Responding, secretary Colby ex pressed deep appreciation of the re ception gives him by the senate and the utterances 01 senator aim. Y. W.C. A. Girls' Club Have Christmas Parties Aurora dab of the T. W. C A. gave a Christmas party at the new club rooms. 21 East San Antonio street. Wednesday afternoon. The club is composed or Mexican gins from the Aurora school. Thirty were present. The Married Woman's club had a Christinas party Thursday afternoon. Miss Esperanza Reyma. secretary of the girls' work of the T. W. C. A, is in charge of the Christmas celebra tions of the various dubs, and has arranged a program xor eacn uay. un tne aiternoon 01 uvcemncr the Happy club will have a Christ mas MrtT. A spanisn piay win oe given oy tne international ciuo uecemoer su Tula Gonzales, president of the Mexi can woman s ciuo 01 tne interna tional Institute, will be In charge. Two Suits Are Filed For $20,000 Damages Total damages of S 20,000 are sought In two salts filed in district courts Thursday. E. F. Glide charging that he was pinned beneath a stone slab weigh ing 429 pounds when ho went Into a basement of the 131 Paso Printing company several weeks ago to tlx a leaky pipe, aaked Sll.000 In a suit filed In the 41st district court. Carlota Soto. In a suit filed In the Mth district court, asked SIM dans ages for the death of Leopold Soto, killed December 1 when am auto mobile la which he was driving Is al leged to have been struck by one owned By tne taty nervjee company. Gas Company Wants Double Present Price Phoenix, Ariz, Dec. 21. The Ari zona corporation commission nan un der advisement todav an aoolicatlon of the Yuma Gas. Water and Light oomoanr for ISO tteroent Increase In gas rates, according to commissioner X. Jr. jonnson, wno returnee, irom Tfema alter Bearing tne application. The eomuanv asked an Increase from SI. 75 per 100 cable feet of gas to S3.&8. complaint 01 patrons reisnn to semee also was taxen ubbbt w -vlsement. Green Cananea Passes Regular Quarter Dividend Mew York. Dec Zl. oueuiuis ex two copper companies passed their regular quarterly dividends today, la each instance conservation of cash re sources aad prevailing conditions fas the metal market being given as rea sons. Action by the directors of the Inspiration Consolidated uopper com pany came as a surprise In financial elreles, but la the ease of the Greene Cananea copper company tne notion was expect ea, it was saio. Mexico Will Pay Debts Says Official Lifting of natlfri1 obligations Is among the problems to bo faced by the new government of Mexico, ac cording to CoL Roberto CarrUlo. thief or tne jtexican secret services a vis itor In El Paso, Wednesday. Rebuilding of the Mexican National theater In Mexico City aad comple tion of the new hall of congress started in 11 alas were to receive Immediate attention, he said. THE WEATHER 8. PETABTMKMT OF AOMOnCTDBB WFTHKK BOHSJID. PAY FOR at S a. 1 rldaa til n. use. "5HOPPIMC r.tT OUT OFW gsceessts TBI c pja. VJWCANT-rtXl .TCHAD El Paso aad vtcin Itr: Fab tonight sad wnamy; eonturaeo cold. Arizona aad New Mexico: Fair to night and Vrldmy Uttle chase la ta slant and Friday turned osid. Preetnttatlaa last 24 hears 1 Btaes or wuum1 Lowest Temp- last night , mchest Temp, yesfoy-, Temp, at t a. m . I AbneM S4 SS 14 Clew ... Aswmla . ...... It S4 II Snow Atlanta. 40 41 49 Ckwdr 1.04 CUeaso 10 4 14 Snow .St QBMsnsaa . as . uusuj .m Deaver . 14 4 Clear ... TWaflk . I SS 4 CseadT ... KL FA50 X 44 11 Clear OalvestSB 41 SS OMT Havre -S -S -SS Oesr Xassas Ctty .... IS It 10 Oear uttle Beck .... s Lei Aapsles .... 41 U Nbw OdViM 40 (4 St Oear .04 40 Cloner ... St taeer .14 40 Cluedj 1.04 SS aear 14 Oear SO (3eadr .OS 24 anew .OS SO Clear 44 Cteady ... 15 Clear New Tark . 44 44 FBOeatx 11 Roswen II 4S SC Louis SO 41 Salt Lake Citr. . . S4 St San as unto SS 44 San Fraaoiseo... 41 41 Santa F IS 14 Saattlft 4S 44 cieosr Washington . ... 44 It It Cloody 70 Otepantive KI rsPae Fndsasatlca. Jan. l to liee. xa, incinaive. ii. !. m. Jan. 1 to Dec 22, Inclusive. 1117. 4.49 In. Jan. 1 to Dec ::. Inoloslre, HI!. S. In. Jn. 1 to Dr 2- lnclnalvf. 191. 9 S7 In HERALD EL PASO AND JUAREZ WILL FIGHT CROOKS Aa appeal will be made to the city officials of Juarez when the new ad ministration of that city comes In on January 1 to drivo ovt all bunco men and crooks. The appeal will be made by mayor Charles Davis, sheriff Seth Omdorff and A. Schwartz and Julius Erakaner of Ei Paso Rotary. Mr. Sshwartx. head of a committee named last week by Rotary, reported Thursday at the club's weekly lunch eon that the mayor and sheriff had volunteered their services and that the chamber of commerce of Juarez already had been appealed to. The officials of the Juarez chamber of commerce, Mr. Schwartz said, are Just as anxious to get the crooks out of town as are the people of El Paso and will lend their aid in doing it, Omsnl Wontd Help. Meanwhile, Mr. Schwartz suggested that placards warning visitors against crooks and bunco men across the river, most of whom are Americana, be placed in union station, hotels, street ears and other public places. All visitors should be advised to leave their money in El Paso before they go across, Mr. Schwartz declared. He said the American consul would hero. Frank Fletcher opposed the Idea He favored getting rid of the bunco men. but was opposed to advertising to tourists the presence of crooks here. George Le Baron proposed that the city administration of Juarez be seen oeiore tne piacaras oe put up. An amendment to - the by-laws of Rotary waa formally offered by C w. Croom, providing for notifying mem bers who have been absent from three meetings without excuse that they are to be dropped, if they miss four meetings. Such members are to be given a chance to offer excuses and are to be notified by registered mail The matter win be considered at the next meeting. Flowers for Adams. James G. MeNary said S.tOO.OOO starving babies In Europe conld not live through the winter unless they got help. If BI Paso had 2500 starv ing babies It would be analogous to the situation abroad. B. Bramenthal said It was the worthiest charity he knew of. Flowers will be seat by the club to Claiborne Adams, who Is 111 In San Antonio. Mr. Adams is a former pres ident of the organization. "Irish Parliament" Gels Money Raised In U. S. New York, Dec 22. All money raised in this country on Irish re public' bonds Is In the control of the minister of finance of the "Irish par liament." said Harry Boland. secre tary to EamosB de Valera. The statement was in reply to a de mand on de Valera made by the local council of the Friends of Irish Free dom that the money be forwarded to Ireland -to relieve distress and aid In the work of restoration and construction." BACK TO PRE-WAR BATTERY PREST-O-LITE COMPANY, Inc. e 30 East Forty-second St, New York, N. Y. WALTER E. POFAHL Bank Sued For Damage To Man's Bank Standing Proscott. Ariz, Dec 23 Dr. K. B. Perrln, the largest 'ndlvldual land owner in Arizona, has instituted suit against the First National bank of Denver, claiming 180.800 damages for injury done complainant's financial reputation by a suit filed against him by the bank. The latter claimed Per rln failed to pay taxes upon land la Tavanai countv uoon which the bank holds a mortgage of SllO.OOt). This al legation waa made the basis of fore closure action. Evidence Is presented that the taxes In question were pai-i three days before they were due. PIANIST DIBS. Boston. Mass.. Dec 22 Mrs. Annie associated with many musical oelebrl- ties, area nere. one was a nir oi the late Lillian Nordlca and was her accompanist on many concert tours. Roller Skates and Velocipedes. Allen Arms A Cycle Co. Adv. SILK SOX Xbus Special 75c Up Prest-O-Lite batteries for cars last to raise, first to reduce. That new storage battery your car needs can now be bought at a big anil sub stantial saving. You will think the good -old days have really come back when you see what Prest-O-Lite has done to restore the low cost of rnotoring. That unusual pep and reserve power for which the Piest-O-lAte battery has always been famous, k greater than ever today. A full powered battery of correct size for your car is ready, waiting for you at the new price. A Prest-O-Lite battery in your car will give you a world of safa'sfaction. The Prest-O-Lite service station in your locality will quote you the new low price. If your old battery still has some value they will make you a handsome allow ance in buying a new battery a still further saving in addition to the substan tial discount that the new low price will give you. DISTRIBUTOR Myrtle and Campbell Sts. El Paso, Texas. Boston Woman Is Making Homespun Suit for Harding Boston. Mass., Dec 22. Tha homo spun suit made for vice president elect Coolldge during the election campaign la to be matched by a suit of homespun for president-elect Hard ing. The fabric Is being woven on a loom 145 years old by Mrs Laura A. Jackson of this city, on whose farm In Bethel. Yt. the wool was clipped from native sheep. . Mrs. Jackson, notwithstanding ad vanced years, pot the wool through every process necessary for Its con version Into cloth. When finished the fabric will be of heather color In a subdued shade. WAGES OF 35.000 IN 100 COTTON MILLS TO BE CUT Fan River. Mass- Doc 2 A wage reduction of 22 H percent for the 26 094 operatives In lot cotton muls in this city, effective January S. has been announced after a conference between the Fan River Cotton Manu facturers' association and the textile council. Christmas Shoppers wiiiio rfnivn fnwn. sIod in Fashion and do your last pilnutev Christmas Gilt buying. Plenty of courteous salesmen to show you our hloh grade line of Men's Merchandise. Everything marked at most at tractive prices. Our store will be open evenings. MEN DRESS WELL at FASHION EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES. 216 Saa Aaeoeie St i Tel. Radicals Fail In Effort To Control Metal Trades Berlin. Germany. Dec 22. Efforts of communists to secure control of the metal trades union which has 1S0.008 members failed at an election of officers. Independent Socialist!! winning by a vote of J1.4S8 against 2 03. AM the membership did not vote. The total trades union is the largest single labor union In Berhr.. Armenian Soviet Annuls Foreign Loans, Says Report London. Bug- Dec Ztr Ths Arme nian soviet, in a proclamation, has annuled all foreign loans, -especially the American loan." which the Arme nian workers have been tolling to re. pay! y5a Router dispatch from Constantinople. A carious remedy for cholera war tmoltdtl: believed in by superstitious Persians lees than 100 rears ago. Tit sufferers rolled a leaf of the Koran into a pill and swallowed It. at The PORE SILK TIES (la CbisiBsas Saxes) $159 to $2.6 raise $1.25 Oar Entire Sleek el S SMrts Has Beta Reawceel fct Priee. the' PRICES 703 Jn 1 To ltc. Inclu-tvt 1 :i In 1 1 Normal J -n- 1 to U- zz, include. 9.71 '