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EL PASO HERALD
THtmilay. Dec 25, 1920. 9 GOVERNMENT REBUKES ACT OF EMBASSY Washington P. C. Dec 23 (By the Associated Pres- ) The state de partment inters i.ed today in what threatened to he a controversy be tween the British embassy and the eenate committee investigating cable communications over the question of whether ihere is a British censorship cf cable messages to the United States o- ongmatirK m the British Ifcles. The department's action was re srard d as a re b uk e to th e em bass? f-vr ending di-ect lo senator Kellog. eha'rman of the committee, a letter den ins the testtmonj of Xewcomb Car! Lor, president of the Western on Telegraph company, that cable nesigeft comine to the United States fro-. Orea; Britain were subject to dela-v arid examination by the British ca.al -nte'Iigence authorltiea. T'-if- ".rrbassv's action is understood to be regarded by the department as b r -. p.rh ot d-plomatic courtesy. The EAST LIMITS OF CITY MAY BE EXTENDED Eastward extension of dty limits', to incltrae parts of the rencn ano Highland Park additions and territory about Washington Park Is proposed in an ordinance to be submitted to tne city council Monday The extension would add about SO acres to the city's area, increase prop erty valuations by nearly $306,000 and add about S000 people to the popula tion, according to estimates of w. f. a. Mesatn. city collector ana of taxes. AknMfanMit will tabs the xnbiect mat ter of the correspondence up directly with the embassy, but whether it will ask for an explanation of the action of the embassy in writing: directly to the senator has not yet been indi cated. Indian Bicycles. Allen Vrm A Cycle CowAdv. HORUCK The OM RdSabte The GUI Round Package Get the ORIGINAL Fresh, full-cream milk and the extract of se lected malted grain, reduced to powder form. The Food-Drink for AH Ages. Used successfully for over 13 century. 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AS drosiitii lurra L.YKO. Cata laottM today uad fcegte at caea to fed aad look better. LVKO MEDICINE COMPANY NawYark CaaaaaOtr.Iia, For Sale By All Druggists, Always In Stock At THE WARNEE DRUG CO., EL PASO TEXAS. WEATHER IN YUMA GETS ADVERTISED By G. A. MABTIX. Continued from page 1.) agriculture and no community erer made a mistake in this. While all the derelopiseBt is not on the Yuma aide of tae nTer cne Hum frrintea vast tracts on the Call- fornia aide, too Tuaa is feeling all the prosperity that conies from the cultivation of the land, for Tvooa la the only town 01 importance until yon tret west to Riverside amd Rod lands. On California Side. On the California aide, lost across from Yuma, they have established an other town ana a tana coionismuon rnmnanv has eatabllsdied a eOBttnn- nity system of farms a little farther west, but it is an tributary to Tnma and the western Arizona, metropolis sets most of the imstness. Yucca plants on the higher land and willows oe the lowlands have given way to the progress of man and farms are thick along the west hank of the river where a few veers aro even a few months ago there was nothmir bnt a bid for sympathy and pity. For miles the cotton fields and the alfalfa fields stretch alone the rail road. Good, new farm houses dot the Dlain. Windmills break the new in every direction. From a desert thst the average Pullman passenger would have called Impossible ol reclamation, ua coun try has been turned Into one of productivity and beanty. Big Area Jledalmed. Tt la lmnossible to ascertain exactly the number of acres that have been reriaimed in a few years, but It is tremendous and Yuma cotton Is so famous in the marts of the east that buyers are sent here from the auto mobile tire factories everywhere to buy it up. for. Its staple Is long and its fiber Is tough and it makes the best automobile tabrle tn the worM. Yuma la caahing In on KB eltmate thst was once a Joke which prove that even a Jeke may be naefnl and that If you keep at it long enongh, you can wtn. Yuma ice cream cone are aa famous as Yuma climate. A man has a stand near the depot and no matter what time of flay or nrgnt tne train ar tHum ne ia there with his wares. Al most everybody knows about him and his cones and passengers sit up to get them. Time changes at Toms. Going west you get In at 8, stay IB minutes and leave 50 minutes be fore you arrived. Coming fanefc. yen get Out SO minutes later than yon arrived, although you have , stopped but 10 minute. The old Sal ton sea is stttl rather enod sized "sea." sjthougfa it has been in the desert for a steam years or more ana tne sun bss oeen oesun-Ins- nnm on It dmliv. It is stfll close endugh to the railroad tracks for the passengers to see uun u wt xarlth million wOfl ducks, .but it is so far from habitation that the Bnnbr has to nasa it an. This gz m nf -nt aaj faratad a oaa years ago oy a promt us wo vakrmw river below Yuma that flooded Into in,ltiit wdbar nf l-era over the great salt beds left hy a prehistoric rtt ox tne oceaan. An the railroad stations alolkir this stretch of country have two roofs, to un Ant the heat oc xae sxrmmer. And there is Invariably a flower gar den at every station. Indicative that man fovea tne oeeimrsi. eveia waren ha has to create tt himself with con siderable labor. The "white way from Zas Craees to TCI Paao.- anursnted as a noeafbtllty when we get a power ptauat at He phant Butte dam, would he Tine If it COUaa oe aouauus. un. from what the tfengs dtd to the Kroup of lights placed on the five-mile bridge below Kl Paso, it might last one night aad It miet not. There is a difference betaten heroic (mi heroics. inmnos of American crogreas and the manner in which Mexicans view the United States and Its people, aa El Pasoen who was recently in Tor ron when Mai. Puflea flew over that dty to Mexico City, told me the fol lowing on the train today: An old Jlexiean womaa vrao had wltneaaed the advent of the powerful locomotive, followed by the phonograph, moving pictures and automobiles, and finally the flying machine, vraa heard to exclaim i "What God can't do, los Americanos certainly can. POUR PERSONS ARE FOUND GUILTY IN FEDERAL COURT Chareed with breaking the srohl- httinn laws, four nersons Pleaded guilty and were fined a total or iaae by Judge W. R. Smith In the federal court Thursday Manuela Miranda was fined tit. Julia Vareta was fined $100 and was sentenced to 4S days in Jail on two counts. Thomas Valencia and Librado Domtnguez were fined $100 each. WAST HIOmVAT TO TEXAS. 8orinirfleld. HU Dec St. The Lakes and Gulf Coast Highway association has been incorporated here for the purpose of agitating legislation for the construction of a hard highway between Chicago and BrownawtUe, Texas. Officers said the highway would be a "DiKle highway In the west." As a rule, negroes have better hear I lng than white people. TAKES II 0 HUNTING TRIP Well known Florida guide gives Tanlac the credit "Well, rm leaving shortly for a five month's fishing and hunting trip through the Everglades, and as Tan lac has helped me so much already I'm going to carry a supply along with me," said Eugene E. Bates, At-, Untie Hotel, Tampa, Fla- as he made a purchase of the medicine of the Economical Drug Co.. the other day. Mr. Bates is well known In Florida, havtng for vears been In local waters acting as pilot and taking out tourist parties on hunting and fishing trips. "I had been in a badly run down condition for more than a year." said Mr. Bates, "and Tanlac has simply made a new man of me- Before tak ing the medicine my appetite was very poor and my digestion so bad I that what little 1 did eat seemed to I give me no atrengUl. "My stomach seemed sour and upset 1 all the time and I was seldom free of I gas and heartburn. My nerves got in j such bad condition I was very easily excited, couldn't sleep well, and al ways felt tired and worn out. I ''Well. I took several different med icines without getting relief, bnt Tan- , lac has fixed me up to where 1 am just fine. X eat anything I want aad as much aa I want without suffering with my stomach, sleep like a log nights and never feel tired and worn out. I like to tell what Tanlac has dons for me. and above all I like to keep some on hand all the time" Tanlac Is sold in El Paso by Cordell Drug Co.; In Ft. Hancock by Ft. Han cock General Mdse. Co.. and in Fabens by Fabens Drug Co. Adv. The last shopping day before Christmas has arrived. Are you ready-or in the rusk of the past few weeks have some of your own needs been overlooked? We will be glad to assist you in any way with your last minute' purchases. Here are suggestions for your own apparel or for easily chosen gifts. the store will be open until 9 p. m. Friday Vet, llatffll pi -a man s Christmas suit and overcoat for $18.50 Sjjeadidlj- tailored all wool gsr raentii in tne very newest aad saost desirable styles of the eavson. Ton will, be BSfavsaarterl at the remarkable values we are now jpvhag ia aseaV wear. There are' style aad matermlf for every taste; come aad ehoosr yours totnorrow. men's $5 and $5.50 hats $3.95 Unusually good opaafcty smart look ine; sats ia a great variety of shames and cailrits a becoming style for every aaa. kid gloves, $2.95 shirts $1.50 & $1M A good aasortnaent of men's dressed aad until eaaud kid gloves in all the wanted, practical colors; sH. sizes. up to $2 ties, $1 A nice aeleetkm of mea'i a ilk 4-ia-hand ties in all colors aad many at tractive combinations. silk hose at 79c Men's ptae thread aQk hose with serviceable lisle heels and toes; emae in all the popular colors; all sixes. Bond quality pereale shirts m a large variety of stripes aad figures ia all colors; those at U6 have col lars to raatch. handkerchiefs, 25c Mea'a good omiiity soft fmmhed caunbrie iMadfeMCaUajfs ia fnfl large siae am tp erjarTy- prised at SSe. handkerchiefs, 50c MsaA line quality soft iBk handker chiefs in full large siae aad with eav broinerest imtisJs, hesaetitened hems. boys' high school suits specially reduced $18 suits $12.50 foi quality all wool suits in artwtive belted styles with knicker bocker trousers; knickers are fully lined. $25 suits for $18.50 KxcerioBslly well tailored all wool suits in the very latest belted aad un belted styles; a choice of brown, grey aad green eahawres; sixes 15 Tears and up. all Pyralin ivory toilet articles at Vs off $3.95 kid gloves, special, $3.45 The fbeet of tttmA kid gloves in 2 caep raagths ia Mack, taa, grey, navy aad white; all sb. $2.50 silk gloves, special, $2J25 Van BaadMa fine otality doable talk jrloves ia X-tsssp length ia navy aad grey; all sine. handkerchiefs for women and children Handkerchiefs an always so easily ehosea aad make satisfymg nraaees we know yen will want to choose some toator- beantifol assortment of Oristaias hausrrkarcliiefs very low prieed. women's $1.25 handkerchiefs for 98c Three ia aa attractive CMriau box; they are of fine liasptm with hemstitehed hems aad embroidered corners. women's $1.50 handkercluefs, $1.19 A gift box ennlehiia three fine Vaspam mtadkanaaiefs with hamatltrhrrl heme aad embroidered designs ia white zluldren's handkerchiefs, 45c A box quaint Jar chj I dainty little handkerchiefs with very apntaawavte all ftQrs for women, misses.and girts at one-third off regular prices 'IK 1 a very beautiful satin dress for Christmas, special at $24.95 In this group arc-icoref of the most desirabre and attractive styles of the season. They are in the dark rich colors appropriate for aftensoon and mformaJ ereaing wear. And they are himraed with wool aad s3k eiraStokJery. braidirrg. beevdirtg. Georgette crepe, etc. Sizes and styles are jUftaWe for misses and women. : pretty petticoat of silk jersey to wear with yur new dress is specially priced at $3A5 z women 's gift hosiery $2.50 hose for $2.25 fancy hose at $2.50 Gordon's fine quality sOk hose in Women's pore thread silk hose in effect; are in pearl aad pink; all siaea. btaek only aad ia all sizes. our entire stock of Christmas toys at one-half price! -for the benefit of late shop pers tne store wiu remain open Friday till 9 p.m. PHONE 5200. COR. OVERLAND & FOE ALL DSPTS THE tmOBE our stocTc of toys is dwin dling fast; it is advisable to be here early in the day! SOUTH MESA AYE. 'The Store That Sells For Lest" TRUCK ACCIDENT SCATTERS LABORERS FOR CITY BLOCK Eleven Mexican laborers were brvleed when, the side wnll of a truck In whlcn they were being: taken to work at Fort Bliss K&Ye way as the vehicle rounded a corner at White Oak and Raynor streets, Thursday. J. C Cooper, driver, was charged with reckless driving by investigat ing officers. The truck was filled with men standing at the time of the accident Several were stunned by the fall to the pavement and their bodies were scattered along the itreet for a block. None was seriously Injured. LEGION OFFERS CITY 250 MEN FOR EMERGENCY USE Two hundred and fifty ex-soldiers may be classed as dollar-a-year pa triots If an offer by the American Leglon to the city council is accepted. A committee from the local post sug gested that 250 men from the legion be enlisted as officers to serve during any emergency too great to be handled by the regular police force. The dollar a year salary was sug gested as a method of conferring po lice powers upon the men. TERMINAL PLAN'S REVIVED. San Fran -1 boo, Calif- Dec 23- Plana of the Western Faciflc railroad to develop terminal properties ad Joining Islals creek, south of San Francisco, have been revived, it was announced when the company filed deeds to 75 plots of land adjoining Its holdings on the creek. Development was abandoned during the war. AR9TEI TRIAL XEARS EAU. Washington. D. C Dec. 23. The ise of Jules W. (Nicky) Arnsteln a td others on trial In the District of Co lumbia supreme court en charges of bringing stolen secnrit.es into the District, will go to the jur today. REPUBUCANS WILL PUT TARIFF UP TO WILSON By DAVID L.1WRBNCB. C Con tinned rrom dsx 1.) protective iniaeie i la recent years do not regard the pies en t tariff dis cussion seriously. Their lobbyists aren't even on the Job. The truth is the Republicans had a genuine under standing that nothing would be at tempted In the present session of congress and notiffcarion to that ef fect was conveyed to all the inter ests affected.' However, the farmers came to Washington and through their nu merous organisations started the present tariff agitation in the hope that something Immediately might be done to cure the financial crisis in the agricultural world. Resent Fanners' Stand. Manufacturing interests of the east are not a bit pleased over the inva sion by the fanners and secretly hope the whole tariff effort will be blocked at this session of congress. It Is pointed out, for instance, by manu facturers who do not want the kind of tariff proposed, that the farmers are Inconsistent in demanding the re vival of the war finance corporation to finance the export of farm prod ucts while at the same time they would Impose a tariff amounting to an embargo on the importation of farm prodocts. It is insisted that by reciprocity alone can foreign trade be stimulat ed, and that tle rates of exchange will not improve until America mani fests more of a give and take spirit In making tariff duties. The whole question of reciprocal trade measures is expected to be re vived as a consequence of the ab normal trade conditions. Otherwise, the foreign countries, it is suggested, will Impose retaliatory tariffs and America will not be able to sell abroad In free competition with other countries which do not Impose high tariffs. A new alignment may be looked for when the Fordney tariff bill gets to the senate. Instead of finding a natural Democratic and Republican divisions the prospects are that the eastern Republicans representing large manufacturing and banking communities will have a different viewpoint from that of the agricul tural west and south. There is no certainty that any tariff measure could be passed In the present sen ate, where the Republican majorin ia slender, but a coalition of west an., south, such as passed the recent res olution reviving the war fin am t corporation, is possible. Southern senators are divided on the tariff question and the Fordney measure may remain the "popgun" effort of only one house Instead of congress as a whole. In any event the public can rest assured that nothing vital on the subject of tariff revision will be done until a special session of con gress is conveyed by president-elect Hardin? Copyright. 1920. by David Lawrence. iCutfcnra Talcum Always Healthfol Saiajla ft.ofCcr Tilanaai laa.Tla. it T lCiHa "Stomach Trouble of 30 Years Standing Relieved in a Week" nk-n uimwtfiuawj.iicoui3U VtaicS Black Pe wder ave prompt reHef after other remedies failed. -il, mother had stosaach trouble tor 1 over JO J earl and aatd all asads of saadi- , "oea, bat never got rebel Tbea I heard of Ware i Black Powder and sot aoaae. Mother took the medicine accofdair to di rections sad in leas than a week ahe waa weB." Sp writes Paula Wotrpka or New Uba. Texas, on Ma7 11th, I92&. And her saoth era case aa bat one7 more fink ia the ever. growing chain of evidence which proves the power of Ware' Black Powder ra the trauncotof stomach and bowel uosMee. Sold by druggists e,etacic far 40 rears. drags. 0e and 1LJ0 the packase. Scad for Dr. Ware', booklet fret THE WARS CHEMICAL CO, TJstlae Hess baeX without qvesasa lHtJrTr-8 SALVXfaO. lat fcrealaeat of ITCH, gCKSaLi. 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