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►—THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 192*
PAGE TWO TO INVESTIGATE THE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS’ INDUSTRY "Washington, D. C.. .Tan. 4.- Investi gation by the federal trade commis sion of the house furnishing goods in dustry, was directed in a resolution adopted late today by the senate. The resolution sponsored by Senator Ken yon, Republican of lowa, provides that the inquiry shall embrace ’‘the causes of factory, whole sale and retail price conditions," in the industry. The de bate preceding adoption was char acterised by a general attack on profiteers, trusts and combinations in restraint of trade and scattering as saults on the federal trade commis sion. The latter was defended how eevr by several senators who con tended it could never be a "popular” government agency because of the na ture of ita work. Half a dozen senators including King of I'tah. Robinson of Arkansas and Walsh of Montana, Democrats and Norris of Nebraska. Republican, urged that the scope of the inquiry he broadened contending it should Include trust* and combinations in other commodities and in other lines of industry wherever they could be reached. Prosecuting officers of the state governments were assailed by Mr. King and Senator Heflin, Democrat FIVE POWER NAVAL TREATY ABOUT DONE Will Bp Presented Soon To Signatory Posrers For Final Approval Washington. D. C.. Jan. 4.—(By The Associated Press.)—The five power naval limitation treaty which will define agreements reached by the Washington conference is nearing completion and soon will be ready for presentation to each signa tory power for approval. When ap proved. It will be - submitted to a special plenary session of the confer enc for adoption. In Its present form the covenant comprises a number of sections, each treating with one as pect of the naval question as It has come before the conference. It is understood they include the follow- In*: “1 (A> Agreement for scrapping capital ships detailing time periods within which vessels must be rendered unfit for war service. "(B) Agreement for eventual limb t&tlon of capital ship fleets under 1-5-3-1.69-1.64 ratio. "(C) Agremrnt for limitation of Individual capital ships in size and guns. "(D) Agreement on standard In ternational unit for measurement of tonnage. Attached will boa replace ment chart setting forth dates of re placement ami dates of commission ing of new ships. (A) Agreement for limitation of individual aircraft carriers in slzo and guns. "(B) Agreement for limitation of individual auxiliary craft in size and guns. "3. Rules for use by aircraft of torpedo tubes. "4 Regulations fixing the status of merchant vessels in war time and covering their possible conversion in to armed cruisers. "5. Regulations covering building In private yards of signatory powers, both on their own soil and by their nationals abroad of warships destined for other powers either of those signing tho treaty, or the nonsignatory powers "6. Regulations for the use of sub marines. "7 Regulations broadly defining conduct of signatory powers in • ns*- of future wars and especially in cases , of wars with nonsignatory powers "8. Regulations defining the exnrt status of ■refilling’ a capital ship; whether installation of new and later guns will be permitted ft- instance or whether old guns may l»e only re bored. "9. Agreement as to Pacific forti fication." ACCUSER (Continued from rage One.) warned that the first man attempting to walk out in the open would b* shot. The soldier walked fifty yards beyond the dead line, refused to ha'.' when or dered and they shot him in his tracks There was much testimony relating to executions at Ts-Sur-Tllle, none of the witnesses being able to gay whether tho victims had been tried beyond the claim of s< me to the contrary as the trap was sprung War department rec ord* containing ire list of eleven legal hangings, listed two at Is-Sur-iille Quite inadvertantly a member of the committee brought out during the ex amination of u former soldier that since the war he had perv.-d fourteen months In the Georgia penitentiary for steal ing an automobile. No attempt was made, however, to discredit his testi mony. It related solely to executions conducted publicly with soldiers drawn up as witnesses in accordance with military regulations. LOST HOY FOUND DEAD Santa FV_, N. M-, Jan. 4.—-The blenched skull, gnawed t*hoes and tat tered overalls of little 3-year-old Fran cisco Brito, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan lei Brito of Cerro, Taos county, lost while picking plnon nuts with his par ents October 20 last, wero found on December 10, according to word Just received her.- from that remote - tion. Over 160 mounted men from Cerro and Queetn combed the foot hills for miles, riding twenty feet apart, before the remains wore found. The body had evidently been eaten by coy otes. Fifty men searched for the child for two days after lie was lost and gave it up. Sympathy for the stricken mother who roamed the hills incea- Mintly, led to the final search and dis covery. To Cure a fold In One Day Take Laxative BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signa ture of E. W. Frnve. (Bo sure you get BROMO.) 30c. Chieftain want ad*, bring result* of Alabama who declared the offi cials appeared to have sat "with fold ed hands" ami to hnvo no effort to chock combinations and trusts within the state which could not be reached by fedc-rul authority. Mr. Norris charged that these com binations were doing business "at the old stand” as during the war and that little If any attention had been given them by either state or federal officials. Discussing the federal trade com mission he said sometimes it had not functioned up to expectations and added that with "prosecuting officers failing to prosecute and courts failing to convict, tho only remedy which seems open to the people is the exer tion of the pressure of public opin ion.” COWBOY BADGETT WINS OVER MORRIS SCHLAIFER Denver, Jan. A. —Cowboy Padgett of Dolores, colo.. won the referee’s de cision over Morris Schlaifer of Omaha in u 12 round bout here tonight. Both | are welterweights. Roy Conley* of Sheridan, Wyo.. was j unable to continue after being struck: a foul blow in the third round by -lor- ; ris Dux of Kansas City, and .vis given the decision in the scheduled 12 mund bout: Conley and Dux are -'•‘lter weights. French Dick. Ind . Jan. A.— April 13 was selected as the opening date for the American and National baseball leagues ut a meeting of the schedule committee here today. Tho season will end October 1, schedule calling for 154 games. GIRL’S STATEMENT WILL HELP PUEBLO Many women will profit by the fol lowing statement of one of their sex: •‘I wum afraid to eat on account of momach trouble. Even rice did not agree. After taking Adler-i-ka I can cat anything." Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, remov ing foul matter which poisoned atom iteh. EXCELLENT for gas on the stomach or sour stomach. Guards against appendicitis. It brings out poisonous matter you never thought was in your system. Ileise Brothers, Druggists, 803 X. Main. $£ y 4 Begin to use Resinol Soap and Ointment and watch results. These wholesome agents preserve gMdcomplafcHS and improve bad ones. The “Resinol treatment is ideal for baby 's skin RESINOL soothinq And HtaJinq it HER.MAX KIRTZTISC1I Milwaukee, Wis. • When it comes to eating, working nnd sleeping I'm like a different man from what I was a short time ago." Mild Herman KurtztP’eh, Norris I’lace, Milwaukee, with the North western Life Insurance Co.. In rotat ing hia experience with Tnnlac. "My whole syateni was about to give way .is a result of two yenrs’ constant suffering from trouble nnd I way so run down and worn nut I was hardly able to work. I actually dread 'd to eat, as after every meal T suf fered so terribly from heartburn, and T win so nervous I got little rest day , or night. "If it hndn t been for Tanlac I’m ■ firmly convinced I would have had to resign my place it came to my aid In the nick of time nnd I ant strong for it Tnnlac was worth at least , fifty times what It cost me." i Tanlac Is sold In PuebJo by the p«l i ;> e Drug store and leading druggists I every where*—Adv. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN N. Y. CRIMINALS ARE RUING ROUNDED UP New York, Jan. 4. Aetivitieß of criminals thruout the city moved tho courts yesterday to co-operate /with police iu discouraging holdups and burglaries and brought a warning from Judge Mclntyre of general son- \ sions that drastic measures would be adopted. “We have reached a serious situa tion.” the judge declared. “Crooks are running wild and we have to take the bull by the horns.” This statement was made in court after he had increased (he hail of two men charged with burglary from $2,000 to $15,000 each, and it followed a de cision reached at a conference of other judges of general sessions, and Dis trict Attorney Banton to make the bail requirements more stringent. The po lice rounded up many accused men now out on low bail and brought them to court. In each case wlpero tho of fender had a criminal record, or had committed other crimes since his original arrest, the ball was substan tially increased. Judge Mclntyre in timated that if the heavier bail could For Constipated Bowels —Bilious Liver The nicest cathartic-laxative to physic your bowels when you have Headache Billiousness Colds Indigestion Dizziness Sour Stomach is candy-like Cascarets. One or two Foot Comfort Demonstrator Now At Our Store Thi* is your opportunity to 2L • f come to our store and learn how thousands of people suffer - Jjl Ds? ing from corns, callouses, bun / pljgl ions, tired, hurting and painful -’w feet have been benefited by -S3silsS»sJP r the use of dr Scholls foot Comfort AppUanoss Visit Our Foot Comfort Department Now is the time to have every question about these wonderful inventions of Dr. Scholl, the eminent foot authority, answered by a man thoroughly familiar with them. Come In Now Bring Your Friends WHITE & DAVIS ESTABLISHED 1889 ‘ALWAYS RELIABLE" PRE-INVENTORY SALE of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SEE OUR WINDOWS Gowns 75c, 98c, $1.35 Teddies . 98c to $1.25 Petticoats 98c to $1.90 All Suits Less Than Half Price—slo to $25 Wonderful Wool Dresses $6.50 to $15.00 VbliU>'!£L& toAfMs Oi/rf/r/tf • ~ PuFBLO. Polo be obtained easily he would mak# it still higher. Tho Brooklyn police reported that ox pert cracksmen had stolen Jewelry valued at $75,000 from a nafo in the homo of Harry Arnow. Maiden Lane jeweler, a few hourn after he had re turned from a western trip. The rob bers broke into his apartment and ripped off the frent of the safe. Throe robbers who had evidently trailed William Simmons, collector for h chain of grocery utor**, hold him up yesterday when he made his twelfth stop in Fifth avenue, Brooklyn. While the manager waited on customers the robbers led their victim to a rear room and took $6,000. They found a clerk in the room, covered him with a re volver and warning both men not to give the »’ . walked thru the store und eseapeu. More than 2,000 fowls hove been vac cinated by n poultry raiser in Indiana as a preventive against disease. A young novelist stood on u prominent street corner in London recently, ped dling her own hooks. She sold thirty copies in an hour. Clifton Bingham, the writer of "In Old Madrid” and other popular songs, often writes as many as fifty verses without rising from his desk. tonight will empty your bowels com pletely by morning and you will fsel splendid. "They work whila you sleep.” Cascarets never stir you up or gripe like Salts, Pills, Calomel, or Oil and they cost only ten cents a box. Children love Cascareta too. TWO 1L SHOT (Continued from Page Ono.V to consider this a new document or document number 2?" referring to the Do Valera plan. De Valera said: “You are quibbling." (iriffith resorted: • Document No 2 con<xv*Ld of twenty three Classen, this new document con sists of seventeen. Six clauses are omitted." TWO DOGS ARRESTED Birmingham, Ala.. Jan. 4 —Two dogs were arrested by federal prohibition officers in Shelby county yesterday und brought to headquarters hero charged with being guardians of stills. According to Chief Federal Officer N. 1.. Pierce, the dogs have been used by moonshiners for several months, 64th SEMI-ANNUAL Clearance Sale New On MEN’S AND YOUNG MEN’S SUITS AND OVERCOATS ALL REDUCED! We now reduce the prices of our entire stock of Men’s and Young Men’s Suits and Overcoats to new low levels. Nothing is held back—nothing is reserved. Black fabrics, gray, and blue serges, all included. SUITS AND OVERCOATS tlso That Were $25 and $27.50 Now rx $19.75 v \ 250 w * re s3s 537 - 5 ° N ° w ypp $ 27 * 75 200 That Were $3O and $32.50 Now $23.75 \ 350 That Were $4O ud $42 ' 50 Now $32.75 m Finer grades proportionately reduced. | Men’s Mackinaw Coats HERE'S » double saving in ihis great aale. $12.50 all-Wool Mackinaw* in attractive 1 F ’""' ,he ’" vln S in the P ri «- Hronjrht stvlca and colors, at Clearance Sale price of about by theso reductions; and, second, $7.95 the saving that comes with the lone wear, the I E $18.50 and $17.60 fine Mackinaws, made of splendid service that White & Davis Clothe* all pure, long-fiber northern wool; beat' styles P l '**- and colors; special at 912.45 Come in tomorrow-get the Suit or Overeoat (Jet the service and protection of one of these you want to wear at a price you arc glad to PI R ABLE, WARM COATS. pay. Come while assortments are larce. Men’s Union Suits Reduced in Clearance Sale Just when you need them we offer these remarkable special values, to clear winter-weight lines. VARSAR UNION SUITS, known for .pinlity Ecru cotton ribbed, medium winter weight $1 25 and perfect fit; grnw mixed or ecru; $3.50 suit; Union Suits at qr^ Clearance Sale price $2.65 . . The famous Chnlmcm Union Suits, in heavy OUTING FL ANN Ely NTOHT SHIRTS AND natural gray worsted; $4.00 suits; nt $2.35 PAJAMAS REDUCED. ( balmera natural gray, medium winter weight, $1.05 Night Shirts at flt-f 25 .$3.00 Union Suita $1.85 $1.50 ones at 98ta Cotton Union Suits. with soft, warm fleece lin- Fine s2.f>3 pajamas «B| case ing; Jaeger color; $1.50 suita; at ,$1.15 and $2.25 ones .!!.!...!!!, !$l!50 WHITE & DAVIS I Attend and Save Money CHIEFTAIN WANT ADS BRING RESULTS vlclouely attacking officers who at tempted to raid the atills. The raid waa made near Pelham, where five men, throe stills, a horse and 2,640 gal lons of beer were seised. Sure Relief FOR IN DIGESTION B 1C titTws Hot water f *£zZm> Sure Relief DELL-ANS 25$ and 75$ Psck.(*s tvwywhw* Another Stock of Ready-to- Wear Taken Over by M 0 0 R E’S UP-STAIRS SHOP, 2061/2 N. Main. All wearing Apparel from the Weaver Specialty Shop hue been taken over and added to the already largo atock at thie upstairs atore. This together with the high grade atock of garments recently moved from the Denver store makes this one of the largest ready-to-wear storke In Southern Colorado. To effect a quick clearance, prices have been cut the limit. More than ever it will pay you to "shop up stairs" at the "3 in 1" sale.