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EL PASO HERALD
ATLANTIC ISLE IS UNSPOILED
LAND OF REST, SANS MONEY,
TAXES, MEDICINES, POLICE
B
rOS AIRES, Argentina, Jan. 6.-
The island of Tristan da Cunha
5 descn bed as "a unspoiled
-.Tpi, o rest lor the wearr soul.
ceca for those who long for relief
i -worrif! of life, hy the chaplain
t- BrftiFh cruiser Dartmouth
r-h jUFt returned from a visit
a i5riitPd spot-
No to worry over money
-a for t nre Is none said the
,- "Trfre are no taxes, no doc-
- : ty law yrs. no clergymen, no
cmer, not rvcn a head man.
"Walk a Block and
Save the Difference"
Union Suit
White and ecru, me
dium and heavy
weights, worth $2.25.
Special,
$1.25
vERG
'304
EGGS
Make Your HENS LAY
tMoM fcia Is ft
Con-D-Mental wfM
produc sort esss
and keep yoor
tblckeni healthy.
This EEC Pro-"
doeer has been
old for over 14
ye&n to tbovunes
of th best poel
trr rakers fa the
rrtiwet who win tae no other. Harm-
Ma and emcy to admrnuter. Gaaraateed to i
produce mors t2 or yoar mo&er bcfc.
A Ftefcar f Cra-D-K est! Free ;
Tor adrtrtuinc purposes oaly ws will j
end three 60c packages for pries of two. t
bdl 2 packages to your neighbor for Me -each.
Sesd ns tL2t) with naoe of yoar
or drncsbt. and ws wQl scad you '
3 paeksaes prepaid. Write today.
CONDDfENTJLL MANUFACTURING CO.
Fart Wsrtk. Texas
Newspapers and mall arriTe with luck
shotit ones verr two yew.
"There is not even any medicine, for
the last supply or remeoies was
thrown into the aea by the Inhabi
tants, who are remarkably healthy.
Epidemics are unknown.
"Tristan Is a British possession in
the South Atlantic 'between South
Africa and South America, Its snow
capped peak towers nearly 80 feet
above sea leveL Xt is only 21 miles in
circumference. The nearest inhabited
place is St. Helena, 1209 miles away.
The island itself is of volcanic origin,
the only habitable portion of it being1
a tongue of fertile land at the foot of
precipitous cliffs.
"Sufficient potatoes are grown in
plots to meet the needs of the In
habitant a Cattle and sheep were in
troduced years ago and many cattle
now run wild. Clothes are only to be
obtained by bartering from ship that
call. For protection to the feet the
people make moccasins of bullock
hide. Wonderful socks are made by
tbe women carded by themselves
"irom June to October or this year
the people had been without bread.
tea, coffee and sugar, but they all
looked pretty well nourished.
The reason there is no bread is
that 50 or SO years a&o a shipwreck
near the island allowed rats to get
ashore so that since that time no
wheat has been raised. But the men
say they are going to try again when
the next mail in a year or two brings
seed wheat. In the meantime, they
are in no hurry: if there isn't any
bread they can be content on potatoes.
To supplement their potatoes, fish
are abundant, as are cattle, birds,
eggs and seals. , They want for many !
things, says the chaplain, nevertheless ;
there appears to do mue aisconient
and few ever wish to leave the island.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
npitai. Surplus Jt ivofi!., yMejee
r. R. Horeheae, PmMtDt
.loarpk MaEOfffn. Vlee-PresMuit.
( . V BBkirlt. Viee-PresMcnt.
(eorgre IX Klory. Viee-Preildenf.
It. W. McAfee. Cashier.
". M. Nebeker. Assistant Cutkt.
JUAREZ CHIEF
BEGINS DRIVE
ON VAGRANTS
More than SO men are in the
Juarez jail as result of a drive
launched by Arturo Morales, chief of
the Juarez police, against "hop
heads," beggars and other undesir
ables preying on tourists and busi
ness men of Juarez.
Xinft men arrested were broaarht to
tfae American side of the river, and
again were arrested by detective cap
tain C. T. Smith and police captain
W. A. Simpson as they crossed the in
ternational bridge 'Wednesday after
noon. Names riven by the nine, all
of whom are held in the city jail, are
W. P. Scott, W. Brown. C. Van Ness,
rharls Clark, R. M. TackweU. El
mer Willcox. J. TV. Landers and J. ;
Klderson, and Sam Thompson, a ne
gro. Charges of vagrancy have been
placed against them.
The clean-up campaign was
launched by Mr. Morales because of
t he large class of unemployed men
now passing from east and west
many of whom, he says, drift to
Juarez, depending upon what can be
"mooched" or stolen for their living.
Over 1 HQBon Tablets Taken Daily
You are CONSTIPATED which often
es HEARTBURN. BLOATING.
BLISS NATIVE HERBS TABLETS
relieves CONSTIPATION. RHEUMA
TISM and INDIGESTION. MONEY
BACK GUARANTEE in each box.
A. O. BLISS CO, WASIL. D. C. 1
EL PASO MEN
AT MEXICAN C.
OF C. MEETING
Mayor Coarles Davis and G. X.
Bassett, president of the 1 Paso
chamber of commerce will speak at
the convention of tbe Confederation
of tbe Clumbers of Commerce of
Mexico in Juarez. February 7. Tbe
confederation will convene in Jaares
February 5 for a tbree day session.
Tbe following? program has been ar
ranged for tbe convention by Camlllo
Arpuelles, assistant secretary of tbe
Juarex chamber of commerce:
Friday. February 5. 3 a. m IS
a. m. and t p. m.'to S p. ra, registra
tion of delegates.
Saturday, February 6. Ullses Irl-
goyen. president or toe joarez cnam
her of commerce, director.
10 a. m. Opening session In the
parlor of the Hotel Bancaria, Juarez.
kou caii nv secretary.
Ooeninicof convention by Fernando
Leal Novel o, president or tne coniea-
erauon or enamoers or commerce.
Address of welcome by Mr. Irlgoyen.
Response by Mr. Novslo.
Address, "International Treaties,'
Bnrlaue Santlbanez. secretary of tbe
confederation of chambers of com
merce. Address. "The New Money of Mex
ico." IJc Rafael Iioiano Saldana. con
sulting attorney of tbe Juares cham
ber of commerce.
Address. "Abolition of Excises." Ca
mlllo Arg-uelles, assistant secretary of
the Juares chamber of commerce.
Proposals of different chambers of
commerce of Mexico.
1 p. m. Luncheon at tbe casino
Juares.
Afternoon session M. Rlvero Mier.
president of tbe Chihuahua City cham
ber of commerce, director. Jtr. oveio,
presiding.
"Minimum Quota Which Should Be
Paid by Chambers of Commerce." pro
posal of confederation of chambers
of commerce.
Little Savings AccountSays:
Teach Your Children
the Value of Money
Encourage them to save systematically and
to deposit regularly in a strong interest
paying bank like mine.
Give your boy or girl or both a dollar now
and let them make my acquaintance. You
will never regret it.
I
BlPBSik&Triist Company
Savings- Gammercial-Tnisi
SlPsVJSO-
TBJCASi
'YOUR KIND OF A BANK"
S .Al Li EI
NOW GOING ON
Strictly All Wool
50 Salts made on the
anduPPrcmIses-
FRIEDKIN
TAILORING CO.
314 E. San Antouio St. Phone 795.
$38
: conuncm.
Address. "Confidential Records." Mr.
Irigoyen.
"Taxes," proposal of the Chihuahua
City chamber of commerce.
Address, "Commercial Schools," Ser
vado I. Esquivel.
Proposals of different chambers of
commerce.
7 p. m. Banquet offered by tbe
Juares chamber of commerce.
p. m. Civic entertainment offered
by the Patriotic locieiy 01 juares ana
the Juarez city councU at the Juarez
custom house.
Sunday. February 11 a. m.
Delegates to meet at Juarez chamber
of commerce to go to Escobar
Brothers agricultural school for farm
dinner.
2 p. m. Automobile trip.
r . , it r- V Etatr
president 'of the El Paso chamber of !
commerce, airecxor.
the in Paso chamber of commerce.
Address, Mayor diaries iavis, 01 r.i
Pa. ;
Paso chamber of commerce.
Address, Mr. overa.
Address, "Commerce and Interna-
Paso chamber of commerce.
Proposals of the American border
chambers of commerce.
13 p. m. Lancneon az me coaiuer
of commerce grill.
Afternoon session. X p. m. Closrne
session with the assistance of foreign
delegates, at the chamber of com
merce at Juarez. Mr. Irlgoyen. di-
rddres. Angel Martinez, director of
the Juarez chamber of comraerce.
Address by some one designated, by
the Kl Paso chamber of commerce.
Address by some on designated by
the Chihuahua City chamber of com
merce. Address by some one designated oy
American border chambers of com
merce. ,
Address by some one designated by
the confederation of chambers of
commerce of Mexico. .
Closing address by Mr. Irlgoyen.
:3 p. m. Dinner at Toltec club,
EI Paso, given by members of the
"Peace and Progress, excursion to
Mexico.
y p. m Ball at Casino Juarez by the
Juarez chamber of commerce in honor
of delegates from Mexico and the
United States.
The chiefs for the various days will
be as follows: Friday. Dr. Ignacio
Barrios; Saturday. Angel Martinez;
Sundav, Maymundo Garcia; Monday,
Rafaei Loxano.
"Reds" andreens" Still
Confident Of Winning
The Juarez contested mayoralty
election Is still being considered by
Ids cmnouua b ' ....... . -
Mayor Francisco Gonzalez sent a wire,
to prominent "Greens" Wednesday
stating tnac everyuuis
A telegram was also received by the
pressing confidence that he would be
successful, ne miu ma p,
would probably make a decision to
morrow. Alfonso Pcsqueira Coming
To El Paso As Consul
Official orders to the local Mexi
can consulate announce that Alfonso
Pesquelra. consul at Douglas. Ariz
will be transferred from bis present
post to take charge of the office In
El Paso. Juan Marshall, consul at
El Paso, will be transferred to the
consulate at Orange. Tex.
Mr. Pesquelra will visit In Itermo
sUlo. Sonera, before coming to take
up his duties In El Paso. His suc
cessor at Douglas will be Ives Le
levier. consul at San Diego, Calif.
TORREON C OF C NAMES '
TAX QUOTA COMAHTTEE
Torreon. Coahulla. Mex Jan. I
The chamber of commerce of the
Laguna has named a committee to
act as a board of equalisation to con
fer with the local merchants with the
object of equalizing their tax quota.
The committee is composed.of Jose A.
Garcia. Alfredo Padilla, Otto Wigand.
Nicolas Abueamara, Jnlio Tumoine
and Gregorio Iglesiaa.
20 PERSOXS WAST PASSPORTS
PROM STATE DEPARTMENT
Twenty applications tor state de
partment passports have been made
in two days to J. N. Phillips, deputy
I'nited States clerk. This sudden In
crease in applications was due to
men going to Mexico to U.ke up em
ployment. Mr. PMlllps said. Only one
man wished a passport to visit Juarez
regularly.
DE LA MORA W3AVBS JUAREZ.
The man who stopped the short
time passes to Juarez." Roberto de la
Mora, is on his way to Mexico City
Mr. de la Mora Is chief of the Mexican
immigration service and has been
temporarily in charge of the station
at Juarez. The station was left In
charge of Jose Maria Aguirre until
former mayor Antonio Corona takes
charge. The latter has been In Chi
huahua City.
PANAMA FLIERS LAND
SAFELY AT ACAPULCO
Mexico City, Jan. S. Eleven
United States aviators, making a
flight to Panama, landed at Acapul
co. state of Guerrero, yesterday aft
ernoon at i clock. Their flight was
without Incident.
N. Y. LEATHER COMPANY CUTS
WAGES 20 TO 33 1-3 PERCENT
MoversWU. N. Y. Jan. 6. A was
reduction ranging from 20 to 33 1-2
prcnt and aflW-tingf all workers in
th lathtr dressing and tannine in
dustry taas been announced.
USE OF HORSES
IN BULL FIGHTS
STIRS PROTEST
Mexico City. Mexico. Jan. t. There
is agitation here against the use of
horses in bull fighting. One contrib
utor writing to a local paper objects
on the eronnd that the bulls will kill
so many horses that the supply of
them tor transportation in tne city
will be depleted. '
Protest on behalf of the horses is
confined to those who are not keen
followers of the sport. A true bull
fierht fan will tell any one that a
horse, even though he is gored and
mutilated by an angry bull, is a ne
cessary adjunct to the fight and plays
a part in keeping with the picador
wno mounts mm.
However, the sight of a gored ani
mal running frantically around the
arena fleeing because of his blindfold,
from he knows not what, has sent
many hundreds home from the games
before they were completed. This
was especially noticeable when the
United States excursionists were here
for president ODregon s Inauguration
e re monies.
President Obregon has given his
sanction of the sport by appearing
one Sunday afternoon when Rodolfo
Gaona and Ernesto Pastor fought
Jointly. He occupied a ringsiae seat.
When Pastor slaying the last bull.
made what appeared to be a death
thrust the president arose to leave
and the band immediately struck up
the national anthem. Tbe boll, how
ever, was not dead and started to
charge.
At the sound of the anthem he
stopped In his tracks, lowered his
head and with Pastor standing at
rigid attention not three feet from
the Dull s norns, tne nymn was wm
nleted. A second later the bull tumb
led over dead. Veteran tight goers
asserted the spectacle was the
strangest ever seen In the local arena.
PLAN LOAN TO
RAISE PAY OF
FAMILY HEADS
TTald. Rhennlsh Prussia. Jan. i-
Communists who are In the majority
of the Wald town council. i-opose
to float a municipal loan of S.0O0.
000.000 marks out of which the heads
of families of two or more children
whose annual income is leys than 14,
000 marks, shall be paid the amonnt
required to make up that total, the
interest on the loan is to be covered
out of a "prosperity tax" t be as
sessed against those wnosa incomes
exceed 60,000 marks.
MEXICO NAMES
NEW CHIEF OF
OIL DIVISION
Mexico City, Mexico, Jan. & Re
organization of the government de
partment which handles petroleum
matters, predicted for several days,
has been partly effected with tbe ap
pointment of Rafael Alcerreca as
chief of the department and Joaquin
Eantaella as head of the special de
partment concerned with the tech
nical phases of the petroleum prob
lem. Vazquez Sehiafflni. who for
several weeks has been acting as
chief clerk of the department of com
merce and Industry, will retain that
position. The appointments were re
corded today bv El Monitor, semi
official organ.
Salvador Casillas. who has been
head of the petroleum department for
several montns. now becomes a hign
official In the department of public
works, according to El Monitor.
The appointments of Srs Schiaffini
and Santaella are contrary to rumors
which had forecast a departmental
shakeup, with their elimination, the
newspaper El universal on December
13 ha vine- asserted both, toa-ether
with Sr. Casillas, had been asked a
resign.
Cars Wrecked In Collision
Of Passenger And Freight
Torreon. Coahulla. Mex- Jan. C
jv collision oetween tne Monterrey
passenger train and freight occurred
near Letona station in which a brake-
man was seriously injured and both
engines badly damaged. Several
freight cars carrying corn and otl
for the American Smelting and Ref in
ing company were wrecked.
Trade Conference To Be
Held In Mexico City
Mexico City. Mexico. Jan. g. A
trade conference, similar to the one
last year, will be held In Mexico City
under the auspices of the American
chamber of commerce April 11 to 20.
Tbe conference last year, which was
the first of its kind, attracted more
than 25 representatives of American
buslneas houses and was generally
considered a success.
New Contributors
Push Total Of Relief
Fund Up To $9878.06
A large Increase in the number of
individual contributors was reported
Thursday by the committee in charge
of raising El Paso's quota of 28,800
for the relief of the starving children
in Europe.
The S4S0.S7 reported Thursday
brought the total up to 878.".
Tbe new contributors are:
C. C. Covington 1".00
switt ft Co. employes lui
J. A. Wright 2i.M
L. L. Robinson Z.09
Wip Robinson 5.00
Max Atkln utnay uo a.ou
P. C Thede Lumber Co. 15.00
P. Shay 5.00
The Silk Shop l.o '
Dr. M. F. Bauchert
Daisy Tarver 5.00
M. I. Taylor i
M. Ainsa & Sons lu.00 I
Leslie Reed 5.00 :
L. B. Colby 1.00 ,
Miss Marie Parker a... 1.0Q I
Mice Emily Parker 1.00 .
F. S. Ainsa company
"Some cooks of El Paso" 4.50 1
Anonymous 5.oi
St. Clement's Episcopal church :.(
Ira O. Charles ;.0ti
Mrs. F. E. Sawyer 10.00
Crombie & Co :5.0 ,
Vincent Meyer
B. Dreyer S.o" !
F. L. Hunter I" On .
Catherine Maslin 10.0U
Mrs. Elizabeth Lindsay 2 :.'',
A. P. Coles Bros. Iti0.0
J. P. O'Connor 50.00
Cash :.00
A. W. Noroop 5.00
Mrs. L. A. Norcop 10.00
E. J. McQuillan ;.eo 1
Bethany Presbyterian church j
and Sunday school 3.37 :
Altura Presbyterian church and i
Sunday school 44.20 i
GEN. MURGUIA RELEASED
FROM MEXICAN PRISON
Mexico City. Mex- Jan. 6. Gen.
Francisco Murguia. released from
prison after a month's Incarceration
as a Carranza aid; Gen. Rodolfo
Herrero. elected from the army after
alleged proof that he had ordered the
killing of carranxs. and uen. Juan
Merigo. a' former Carranza officer,
have left Mexico City simultaneously.
according to El Democrata. The
three are neiievea to oe maung tneir
way to the border, adds the newspaper.
A SHOE CRISIS
Our phenomenally LOW PRICES are the WON
DER of the town. Come In today and see the
SUPERB VALUES we are offering In HIGH
CLASS WOMEN'S SHOES for every occasion.
OUR PRICES LOOK
LIKE OLD TIMES
$2.45
$3.45
$3.95
$4.95
$5.95
$6.95
I $7.95
Given Bros. Shoe Co.
215 South El Paso Street.
We Keep the Prices of Shoes Down Where They Belong.
Cffl
We have decided to mafte
a CLEAN SWEEP of our
ENTIRE LADIES' SHOE
STOCK, regardless of
COST or VALUE. Some 1
of these shoes are
worth FOUR
TIMES what we
ask for them.
00,000 German Colonists
To Be Located In Mexico
Torreon, Coahulla, Mex., Jan. 6-
Frederick Hay, consul general of
Austria in Mexico, Is a visitor In the
city this week. Mr. Hay is making
a tour of Inspection through the
states of Durango. Coahulla and Chi
huahua for the purpose of locating
over 100.000 German colonists on
lands in these states. The first con
tingent of colonists will arrive the
first of this year and will locate m
the state of Coahulla.
Others will come later on as soon
as suitable lands can be secured for
them In Dorango and Chihuahua.
Machines To Be Used In
Stamping Out Boll Worms '
Tnrrnfin. 4"Vihfiitjft- V-r .Tan.
Engineer Gabriel I tie, who has
charge of the inspecting committee
of the cotton seed to be planted in
the Lanna district next season, has
been advised of tbe shipment of two
la rye machines for use fo this dla-
tT-lr-T fina fa fnr ftim lira tin r tho cot
ton seed before planting- and the oth- f
er ror Dnmmiy ine oia cotton sialics
and killing the boll worms and other
infectious insects.
Upon the arrival of these two ma
chines they will be placed at the dis
position of the planters, who will re
quire them to work day and night.
FAT PEOPLE
GET THIN
Wtqr Bt mntast "ba m nttht tuftr rtdaet
llMN yam, dbttmr To -wed t fcr fit
w in mill Barton. uK mukte Esnte m-
UsaJ T Im tml mZ ffvmtMr 6 t sad U
C KMCIM tirwtf tmumwjatd Ivm) M ffc
raint Biwku wfll lw acQed 70a FREE fcr
K0SEUC Cu. KE-fiS. SUtfct X. firm Tit. K. V.
Use Herald Want Ads
Official Kissing Is Put
Under Ban By Milterandi
Paris, France. Jan. C. Official
kissin?, hitherto a regular feature of
presldentiel functions in France ts
beln discontinued by president Mil- '
lerand. .
Recipients of the Legion of Honor
decorated neraonallv br the Dreai-
dent women students at universities
who had won prises, little pirls pre
senting bouquets and small boys re
cHinfi: verses of welcome, have all In
the past heen invariably embraced by
the president, who. It was estimated,
kissed a, thousand French faces,
bearded and unbearded, every year.
OIL STAMPEDE IS ON
IN FORT STOCKTON FIELDS
(Continued from page 1.
pumping 36 barrels per day from a
depth of M feet.
Reports say the new well Is not a
gusher, but flows naturally in much
the same manner as an artesian water
well.
The caaincr in the well Is said to
be 18 inches and this Is conducting
a steady flow of on over Its top In a
stream as large as the else of the
pipe will permit.
The well, according to reports, flowed
all night, after springing into exist
ence late yesterday, and a pool of oil
has formed In a neighboring depres
sion. Tbe discovery was so unexpect
ed that no arrangements had been
made to handle the oil.
Confirmed In KI Paso.
X. C Lindsay, staying at the St.
Regis hotel, received a wire from his
daughter, who is at Fort Stockton,
confirming the report that a XM bar
rel an hour well had been brought In
at the depth of feet.
Tbe report was further confirmed
by a Mr. Brown, who left Fort Stock
ton Wednesday night and Informed
J. V. Robertson, a broker, that the
report was true.
CHARGE 1921 WITH LOSSES
OF 1920 BUT BE CAREFUL
By DAVID LAWRENCE.
(Continued from paxe 11
stances, have more money individu
ally than they had a year ago. But
by clearing their shelves and store
houses, of last years roods at low
price, the way will be paved for
the purchase of new poods at low
cost prices, making possible the
earnings of reasonable profits dur
ing the year 1121.
Not Fat email, tie.
The ruling of the treasury is not
paternalistic. It is no sudden out
burst of generosity, but is a strictly
legal interpretation of the revenue
law. Legal experts figured it out
that unless the government permitted
firms to use present market values
as a basis for cost, the government
would be exacting money that was
not actually earned and business
houses could contest the ruling in
the courts and probably win. by con
tending that the sums taken by the
goverutment were taxes on capital,
which of course is not legal. Copy
right, lsi, Dy uavia uwrcne.
Tenement. f ir HvestT.tn Lee Xew- .
man a I nemcnt specialist fh 16'M -Adv
blend which cost a fortune IMF B)."1 ' S
to perfect. La Arora flavor W' 'jff
has never been equalled iWeefo K&sf
and it cannot be described. racflf
2 lor 25c IM
J A AZORA leadership is
-not limited to one locality
or one class of people. It
meets with the same
enthusiastic favor every
where. In the larger cities of the
West and Middle West, no
cigar compares with La
Azora. Its smokers are
numbered by the millions.
It is needless to describe
the wondrous La Azora
The manufacturers of the
famous La Azora have
never been satisfied with
ordinary goodness. In
everything they have pro
duced the exceptional.
The guaranteed La Azora
is the greatest cigar value
ever offered-
Kothenberg & Schloss Cigar Company,
Distributors,
Denver, Colo.
Bnsj
Imperial
Fom
Guarantee
Suy two La Aora cigars d your favorite
shape. If you do not find them the best
cigars you ever smoked for tfae price,
maS the bands of the Washington, or the
bends and foils of tfae Imperial sad Per
fecto Grande to the Consolidated Cigar
Corporation. Department L, Slst Street
Bast End Ave., New York Cky, within
39 days. We will promptly refund you
purchase price.
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