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EDITION Odd And Interesting ALBIQUERQI'E, N. M.. I Vb. 16— FVmr hundred members of the Albu querque High School Girls league bnvo banned jazz dancing. li>»c imrtlcs” and cigarct smoking. The organization Unlay passed lint following resolution: “We liereby resolve to do all we cun to prevent the practice of the follow ing: 1. —Jazz (lancing, that Is. dancing lliat involves unnecessary liodily contact, nod which might ap|K*ar vul gar to tin* onlookers. 2. —Allowing of fninllinriiios nt par ties. <|hiicch. uutomobllc rides, etc. :t.—Cignret smoking. l AIItTON. V. J.. leu. 16.—Relu tlu's of John Wallace bellrvod he laid tiled in action In France until Unlay wlmmi tliey wc.rv notified by Oiinp Dix autliorltles that an amnesia victim answering to that name lmd recov ered. Ilis futltcr. Dadd Wallace, completed Identification. l or more than throe years tl»e sol dier lues been under a mental cloud, an aftermath of tl»o gassing and slicll i shook. Yesterday lie recalled III* 4 Dana*. ! Now the only tiling puzzling officers | at t amp DU Is wlm> the soldier Is tliat wits hurled In Falrtou cemetery under l lie name of John Wallace and to j whom n iiioiuiuh nt was erected. Final ■ dls|iosltion of tlie monument will Is* j left to Wallace when he returns to. his home, LINC OLN. Neb.. Fob. 16. —SO*i»© ' drunken pig*». owned by .lames lary of t'hadr«>n. N’eb.. nrnl on at roaring, don’oearc-n-whoop rampatge. nutl »»n --wlttlngh caused the airrest of their owner for violation of tin* prohibition laws, a«vordlng to sheriff Hill of l)aw;c* fi»unt> wlm» made tin* arrest aftrr. seeing the pigs and taking a sample of the iiuisii that they had eaten. ALBANY. Georgia. Feb. 16.—One of Former President Wilson's **a**t off shirts made Into ilalnty aprons, brought the top price nt a eliarUj auction hen* conducted by the lotwl chapter of the Daughters of I Ik* Amer ican Revolution for the education of an orphan girl. Other shirts were contributed by 1 Thomas A. FdUou. .lack DrtniwD. i llenry Ford and other notables. OARJsVNU. Calif.. Feb. 16. —An ex press wagon load of slher half d«*l- Urs— 64.000 worth of them —was, brought to the Oakland police station by George Bruno, manager of an Italian bank, to provide bail money for Lorenzo GnUM. andrr arrest to day on a charge of falling to render a idgMie to a woman who had horn i run down by his automobile. ♦w t «yhin>tl»d of the mW Mhn , all other money in the bank wn» locked In a time vault. . Two police of dons were several hours counting the half dollars ami Gulsht was not freed until they com pleted their task. SEATTLE, Wn.. Feb. |g—John Lntlley held up two plsi'es of bu*lm*ss hete. one t. An*ad dsyllgh.. and **- cured s3llO. armed rtlljr with s pair of i pliers, the polks* charged t«l»). Entering n millinery store *n Ihe. twolu lisrt of the busmens district , while crowds were passing, lie thnod forward the plyers. concealed in the pocket of his mackinaw, ordering two women clerk* to lie face downward on the floor, while Im took ft 10 from in© rash register, according to the police While police were oearchtn* for « man answering his description m* was •will to have entered a restaurant aim duplicated the bluff for il»e benefit of t tie eashlor. SCI-llring »20«. he left the restaurant he was trailed by » vouth who had witnessed the hold up. pointed out to a policeman ami n rrr-ted. IIOMf.H. X. T„ Frli. I*.—'The Dm 111 ll.rum li.»lrl ltcn\ wlwrr *l.' 0r1.1n.l of 11- 1 '■linr.ilri m tlt,- fatn nu< ihitcl in».lr ninny of hi. inulr.. hn« I—n "IW h > l«> .min nnd M.tcr smith. linl<-r»l prohiw ncrnl, with licn.l.|iinn. n. In New y ork < 'lt Pn.lnn nn i-lmr H*sni**u. i hey .trail, up n fricml.hip with Ihr hniH krr|-'r. tin lltr tlctor ttf n t— rtMtnt. IU) sty hr tplr.l n .Inn • otuirnntlnr.l." Hr nntl Mm- my tliry trw told not <" B" mb.-r*u-«- I'trtt.' wn. n pal lint with Inflnrmn lit.ldr. hut In thrt wrnl. tirtrnltrlr-., anil 10t.i1,1 Itqnor. ntc proitrlrtor wn. nr rested. mirAHI. V. V. rrh. IS—l>rUr thl. motnltu; |.ntn»lntnn srhn.rlirn n nuttt drop from » ■'■inntl S"f window. Tltr off,,or urabbtsl lon. "Hnntllt.:" en.prtl hi. prl.rmrr. ,»nir> nrr holding no » tthtdr n«ini fill of Mien upstairs." \fler *< tilling in an emergency call the offk'cr ran into the build.ng. on the second floor he found about fifty men lined «P against the wall, two men covering them will* revolvers and two Olivers going thru thcr |S»ekets. AnMind live room were gsmlng tables. schtnelwn yelled to I lie holdup men to throw up lheir hand* They sub milted and were disarmed by the uvea tliey had been robbing. Tl»r police have the task of finding rightful owners of nbou* W.Oflft In cash gathered up by the bandllv be fore they were h»temi|Mcd. JOLIET. III I *.. Feb. ife.— \ Mow oTer tlw* left eve. blind slm*e babyhood, brought sight hack to Miss Viand Ann Nal-nuth here Inst nigltt when she nnd 1,, r brother were performing gymnas tic smuts at their home. Vliss Nnlsmifh I- a daughter of l*ri»fessor John Xalsmlllt. physl-wl di rector of the Fnlver-lty of Kansas, credited with lielng tltr originator of basket tisli. Site came here from Kuiinij* mrnl- I, ‘ to lit r uit It Iter brother “Jack.* physical director in One of llte high schools here, she is 17 nnd pretty and f«»r more than 12 years lias been unable to sec with Iter left eye. nltho the defect was not noticeable. While going thru some exercises with her brother In their apartment last night Miss Nalsmlth hunt|ted her lC tlnued ou Pas* Two.) THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR BELFAST CITY OF MOURNING AS VICTIMS OF THE RECENT DISORDERS ARE GIVEN BURIAL Sudden Outbreak Late In the Evening Quickly Suppressed Without Any Casualties — Soldiers Patrol Streets BIOLFAST, Feb. JGc —(By The Associated Press!)—The city of Belfast today bore a mournful aspect. There were many funerals during the day of pers .is killed in the recent disorders. The processions injdl cases were escorted by armored ears and lorries containing soldiers, while strong forces of pdicc nnd hops occupied the danger zones thru whim the corteges passed. WOMAN TRICKS NEGRO BURGLAR He (iives Back $50,000 jf Jewelry Thinking They Were Imitations NEW YORK. K«b. IS.-Mr*. llenry W. Butler, moiety woman and broker’* wife, this afternoon appeared In court and identified John liardcastle, a ne gro, a* the burglar she had by a trick, induced to return 950,000 worth of Jcwerly he pocketed after breaking into the Butler apartment on Kart Eighty-second street. w He wan held without bail. Her husband out of town, Mrs. Butler was steeping in the apartment last night with her daugh ter and three servants when she was awakened by a draught. Switching on th« lights, :>he found u negro standing at her dresser. "A word from you and I'll kill you." raid the burglar as Mrs. Butler sat up In bed. "I am not going to make an outcry" said Mrs. Butler. "1 wish you would make no noise for my daughter Is very ill in the next room.” As the burglar picked up her Jewels* she continued: "You may have all that stuff. It's just some things 1 bought in the 5 and to rent store for a masque ball. Altogether they aren't worth 50 centa." •You mean that this stuff ain't no good ?' “That Is Just what I mean" said Mrs- Butler. "Well then I dont want it" replied the- burglar climbing out of the win dow and descending to the street. Mm. Butler then telephoned the po lice and HardeaoClo waa arrested in a doorway. DEMOCRATS OPEN CONGRESS CAMPAIGN | INDIANAPOLIS. Ind . teb 16.'—Tho T>**mocratlo rongressionnI eampalgn in ! tlw middle nest was opened here to j night, by I'hairmnn Hull of tho nation- 1 ! a I committee with an address in w hich he declared "aimlessness and Itiactiou, to be the controlling policy of the Re publican administration." Speaking l**fOrr the Indiana Demo cratic Ed** or * a * association t’hnirman Hull asserted that Republican leaders "with all their falsehoods*exposed nnd their promises broken" were pursuing a "rudderless course while the people continue to cry out for "relief." He added that 1 u the meantime. the Lodges, the Newberrys and those of their ilk in control of th« Republican party are having the frequent political Belshazzer fenst in the nation's capi tal." The Democratic? chairman alluded to the arms conference at several points '■ n l»is address, at one time declaring it- "proceedings and achievements" to have been grossly exaggerated and at another making the charge that the Republican administration thru the conference, had surrendered more of our national sovereignty than has been 1 previously surrendered In more than 100 years. RIDGRLAND PARK. N. J.. Feb. 1« Five persons have died from drinking poisonous liquor here in the last five days. Discovery of the source of tha liquor was made today upon the death lof «'harlcs Kelly, w hen his daughter made affidavit that he had purchased the liquor from John Rest. Before Best could l»e located he also had succumbed to alchollc poisoning. Detectives who visited Best's home found his son. Harry Best, desperately 111. He died without regaining con sciousness. MAY ABANDON ALL MILITARY DEFENSE OF THE PHILIPPINES I WASHINGTON. D. . Feb 16.—i ' «By The Associated Press)—Military, defense of the Philippine** insy bo ■ completely abandoned by the Fulled States even before ratification of the , four power Pacific treaty. The step Is ■ known to be under consideration Inj the war department. If it Is carried out l under pressure for further reduction of the strength of the army, the gar- I rison which has h'«-n maintained in the I t-lands for defensive purposes ever I | since the first American troops landed} under Dewey's guns in IMIS, will he cut lu no more than a police force to; support Iho authority of the insular! government. Should this policy bri finally adopted. It will he based on the) •ontentlon that the treaty guarantees) the security of the i-lauds from attack by nut signs tor;, power and that they should left t<> the protection, of in-j J tertmt lona I good faith. As no evidence| A of its own complete good faith such ac-i PUEBLO. COLO.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1922. There were no untoward incidents. During the afternoon and evening, the city was quiet except for a sud den outbreak of firing late In the even ing which waa quickly suppressed. There were no casualties. Fir James Craig, the Ulster premier, presided over a meeting of his cabinet today, which afterward issued a state ment expressing appreciation for the restraint shown by the loyalists of the nix northern counties and appeal ing for a continuance of “such praise worthy conduct.” , DUBLIN. Feb 16.—(8y The Asso ciated Press) —Michael Collins head of the provisional government tonight sent n long telegram to Winston Spencer Churchill. British secretary for the colonies. It was in the nature of :i manifesto to the British people •'•king fair play for the treatment lr respect to the recent happenings In Ulster and for the apportionment of the blame for -them- in tho proper places. NEW CABLE LINE NEW YORK. Feb. 19.-A new cable from New York to France byway of the Azores wjll be laid as soon as pos sible by the Commercial Cable com pany the stockholders were informed today In the annual report of President Clarence R. Markay. This projected cable. 3.W8 miles In length, would supplement the present Mm*» of the commercial company which lands at Havre and New Tork. BEVERIDGE SEEKS JOB INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 16.-Al - J. Beveridge formally announced hia candidacy for the Republican nomi nation for U. 8. senator of Indiana today. HARDING SUGGESTS GENERAL SALES TAX TO PAY THE BONUS WASHINGTON. D. C. f Feb. 19.—Pay the soldiers bonus with a general ssles tax. or postpone the legislation was President Harding's advice today to congress. Chairman Fordney, of the 1 muse ways and means committee and Chairman Cumber of the senate fl- I nance committee said they, did not 'thing the bonus would be postponed I but were silent ns to a sales tax. | Leaders of the agricultural bloc were outspoken, however, against this tax and threatened to counter with a pro gram which would Include re-enact ment of tbs txcaaa profits and higher income surtaxes and an increase In ISSUES NEW CALL FOR G. O. P. MEETING DENVER, Feb. 16.—T0 remove any doubt regarding tho legality of the meeting of the Republican slate cent ral committee scheduled for 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rush L. Holland, chairman, and Fred K. Carroll, secre tary of the committee, issued a new call for the meeting today. Th« same time and the same place were fixed In th«* new call. The first call was issued by Vice Chairman Eleanor Young at the re quest of fifty members. It did not bear tbe signature of the secretary nnd for that reason was considered in political < ircies as illegal. Holland today de cided to issue a second call. No official statement regarding his plans was forthcoming from Chairman Holland today, lie was in conference ino*t of today with party leaders. •itinn by the United States. It was said would have striking emphasis. The possibility of aggression against. th« I islands by any monsignatory power is . regarded as so remotu as not to de ,, serve consideration. I I In any event, it was said today, the : provisions of the naval limitation i treaty setting tip a status quo agree ment as to defenses of tho Philippines ■ Or other Island* covered by its terms. ' prevent establishment of fortification* } adequate to repel an Invader bant on occupation of Manila. A trend v in anticipation of ratifira ; Hon. both the army and navy have | ordered shipments of mines and anti ) aircraft guns, scheduled to be added to il *he Manila defenses stopped enrouto. j The war depnrfment also has rescind ed orders for a bombing squadron of ! airplanes which have added materially I to the strength of the Philippine gar i rison. (inheritance some other such taxes. This plan also was favored by some Democratic lenders. I Proponents of a sales tax professed .to be confident that because or the strong desire In both the house nnd senate to put thru the bonus bill at this session a majority of the mem bers would come to accept this levy rather than sec the bonus program de feated. Pending more careful consideration of fhe w hole problem and h possible further reaction from the country, .there seemed to be a disposition on all I sides to move slowly. The president’s I letter addressed to Representative ; Fordney was read at a Joint meeting of Republican members of the house and senate committees dealing with the bonus question who agreed after some discussion to leave the matter in the hands of the majority members of the house committee. It was announced those members would meet tomorrow* hut It was Indicated the tax question would not be taken up Immediately. Officers of tho American Legion will b*» called In first to give their views as to Mr. Harding's suggestion that In stead of extending tho cash payment* over two and one half years payments be deferred until "the day when we may safely undertako to pay at once in full.” 17 NAMED IN BIG FINANCIAL SWINDLE CHICAGO, 111.. Feb. 16. -t-calio Har rington and sixteen others who were alleged t«» liavo helped him in "bor rowing a sum estimated at as large as soven million dollars from poor in vestors. mostly all foreigners, were named In true bills returned by the grsnd Jury today according to offi cials in the state's attorney's office. All named, it was reported, were charged with operating si confidence game, and evidence was heard which, it was predicted would result in the vgting of fourteen more true bills to morrow. Similar action was expected accord ing to officials of the state'a attor ney's offlca against Raymond J. Blseh off on whoso operai.ons Harrington was said to have modelled his own. and Into whose affairs an Investiga tion has been In progress for several days. In his testimony before a refer©** In bankruptcy. Blschoff has «>*tlmat»d | his liabilities at 14.500.000 with nsgets I of less than tl.Ooo In cash. Others, how-1 ever, have estimated Blsehoff’s liabili ties at approximately $7.000.000—a1l col lected In th«? form of loans during the past two >ears by the 25-ycar-old promoter. At the same time the belief was ex pressed by those in the state's attor neys offic© who were familiar with the sourse of the investigation that tho losses of tho thousands of the poor in vestors who entrusted their money to Harrington nnd Blschoff might he as much as f 14,00(1,000. THE PERSISTENT SUITOR ORDER HARDING TO PRODUCE ALL DATA Debate in Senate on Treaty Starts With no Definite Sign of Tfesult WASHINGTON, D. C., Yob. 1«.-Sen ate dobato ou the four power Pacific treaty began today with a preliminary 1 tilt, resulting in a request to Presi dent Harding for nil available Infor mation ns to how the treaty was ne gotiated. Unc hour of general discus sion which brought to the surfaco vari ous cross-currents of senate opinion btit failed to develop definitely the rcl«- tlvo strength of supporters and oppon- ; enta of treaty preceded adoption of i tho formal request Tor Information. The resolution of request had the sup- j port of Republican and Democratic leaders alike and was approved with- I out a record vote. , While it awaited the president's rc- I ply. the foreign relations commit too decided to go ahead with other treaties resulting from tho arms negotiations In the hope jhat all of them might he brought to ratification without con siderable delay. At a meeting late in the day the committee completed Its reading of limitation nnd submarine tr.atlos without bringing to light any, dictation of opposition. | Tomorrow it will read thru tho gen- I ernl Far 'Eastern and Chinese tariff 1 pacts. I Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska rank ing Democrat member or the commit ter and leader of tlm unsuccessful fight for ratification of the treaty of Ver- ! vailles. presented th* resolution r<v I questing full information from the president. With some minor changes, in the phraseology It promptly was ac cepted by Senators Lodge of Massa chusetts nnd Underwood of Alabama,' Republican and Democratic senate (Continue' on Page Two.) GHOSTS SEEM TO BE GETTING GOAT OF OFFICERS OF LAW HALIFAX, N. S . Feb. 16. The first person who can prove that supernat ural causes are not responsible for un canny happenings at Alex McDonald's farm in Caledonia Mills will receive 1100 If an offer may by Detective Car roll of tho provincial police and Har old Whlddcn, a Halifax reporter, holds good. After spending two days and three nightn In tho house with Whldden, Detective Carroll reported to Ills su periors his belief that, neither fires nor other strange happenings there wore the work of human hands. While hunting for the spook alleged by MacDonald to ho haunting his farm, Whldden nnd Carroll wero slap ped mysteriously, they any. Whldden reported that ho and the detective were lying on a bed on one side of the living room and MacDon ald on a cot on the opposite side, when suddenly ghostly Tappings wero heard. TRICE FIVE CENTS MINERS NOT YET DECIDED ON HOWAT I/cwis Declares Policy of No Wage Deductions Will Do Adopted INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 16.—A wago policy of accepting no reductions of wages for soft coal minors and de manding Increases for anthracite work ers. backed up by a threat <>f a nation wide strike on April 1, will ho adopt ed by tho United Mlno Workers of America convention now In session hero by an almost unanimous vote of . the delegates, according to a statc • ment issued tonight by President 'John L. Lewis. The convention today stood Still nf ter finally completing tho work •»£ 'seating delegates. Its action, however, cleared the way for a roll call vote, requiring all of tomoriow's sessions to |decldo whether Alexander Howat and other expelled Kansas minora will have an opportunity to appeal to tho con vention for their reinstatement In the union. For two days, the Kansas : case has blocked the convention and Mr. Lewis' statement said, "the public should not become anxious because of tho delay in reaching an approval of the report of tho wage scale eonimll j tee" outlining tho union's policy. “There is no question.' declared Mr. Lewis, "but that the convention will by an almost unanimous vote adopt and ratify the committee's report When the scale demands have been ratified nnd the public has taken the time to study them it will discover that the miners are doing everything * n their power to he fair and avoid any inconvenience to the coal consuming public of this country. "Wo shall expect as a matter of course that the operators will bo as fair with the public ns we are.” An early conclusion of the conven tion was predicted by Mr. Lew is. Then the scribe felt a slap on his arm. Presently Carroll felt a slap and told the scrlbo to keep still. Whldden de- ho had not moved. The mystery slaps were repeated and Detective and W'rlbe arose and stirred tip MacDonald., who declared ho had been asleep. The spook hunters spent the rest of the night huddled In front of a faring fire. MacDonald left his home in mid winter because he said that unseen hands played havoc with his rattle and started firoo In his home. Friends who spent a night with him corrobo rated his story. WAUKEGAN, Ills.. Feb. 16.—A hun gry ghost with taking wavs, and Mon days off at dawn, today had foiled a aquad nt the home of Mrs. (Continued on Tag© Two.) WEATHER Friday and Batnrda; partly cloudy east; unsettled west, possibly occasional light rain or snow; slightly cooler. MEX SITUATION ON BORDER IS REPORTED QUIET No sign of Revolution But U. S. Troops Held in Readiness HE PASO. Texas, Feb. 16.—That trio northorn military zone of Mexico ia now quirt with no sign of revolution ary activity was the substance of a statement by General Eugenio Mar tinez, zone commander who arrived in Juarez from Chihuahua late today. Tho general traveled in a private car attached to t lie regular passenger train which was accompanied only by the usual train guard. The northern zone consists of tho states of Chihuahua, Durango and tho Laguna district of Coahulla. "The border posts will not bo strengthened" said General Martinez, as the present force has demonstrated Its ability to copo with the situation. The revolutionary flurry has passed. Leaders of tho revolt have been cap tured and two of the principals, Gen eral Arturo Ruiz and Captain J. L. Perez, have been executed. "These men went to Francisco Villa, on his ranch at CanutiUo. Villa told them he would remain loyal to tho government. They were arrested at Chihuahua and escaped only to bo recaptured at a station 40 kilometres south of Chihuahua. They were exo cut cd by a firing squad at 6 o'clock Monday morning." General Martinez admitted that Rosado Hermandez, former chief of staff of Vida had revolted at Santa Rosalia and taken the field with 25 men. This force, tho general said, had dwindled and Hermandez, accompanied only by a handful of men Is now on iho Coahulla border where his capture is momentarily expected. Troops from the first cavalry division at Fort Bliss continue to be held in reservation and in readiness for emergencies. Trucks were loaded with emergency supplies and a general air of expectancy hung over tho post during the day. Soldiers laughing declared some of them had spent the night In their boots and spurs. Several small tanks were loaded on automobilo trailers and two armored railroad cars with guns mounted In turrets wero moved from a siding in the eighty-second field ar tillery grounds. I‘nited States army airplanes have been unusually active along the bord er in the vlrlnity of El Paso for the last two days and it is evident a close watch Is being kept for any attempt bv the revolutionists to cross into Mexico In this section. Officers at Fort Bliss declined todav to make any comment on tna warlike preparations beyond the statement that no orders for a troop movement, had been received. SAX ANTONIO. Texas. Feb. 1« Belief that no trouble will result at LI Paso from impending rebel activi ties. south of Juarez, across the Rio Grande front El Paso was expressed tonight by Major General John 1,. Hines, commander of the eighth corps area. Hines salt! ho had received no communication from Brig. Oeneral Robert Jlowzo commander of Fort Bliss. El Paso and that lie had Issued no orders to tho commander of Fort Bliss, a h a precautionary meastir*. Hines is familiar with the Mexican border situation, having spent several years In the service on tho Rio Grande and Im di.-.crodlta the report of .1.000 (Continued on rage Two.) NEW SORT OF BEET CONTRACT OFFERED Two \ arinblcs in Not Price for Sugar Arc Taken Into Consideration PENN ER, Feb. 16.—A sliding seal* contract for sugar beets, said to be tbs first of Its kind on record, was offered today by offidnls for the Great West ern Sugar company to the Mountain Mates Meet Growers associa tion. represented by twenty growers who ronferrd with ths company's offlcails at company headquarters here. The proposition was received with little comment from the growers who will submit the eontrnct to Various associations at meeting* to b.* called in the beet districts within the next two weeks. The contract takes into consideration two variables the net prlcn received per bag for Urn sugar and the sugar content of the be*MS. Neither of these factors lias ever before been admitted into consideration according to the company officials. I'ndcr tlie terms of the propose)] con tract growers would be paid $.» a ton for beefs when tho average net price obtained for sugar is s4.r-o a bag ami tlic average sugar content In beets 'diced is Jf»H per cent. Should the average net price be $S and high aver age sugar content the growers wi.l realize as much ns $10.S!» per ton of ficial.*!. whereas should the price fall to $4 and the sugar content to l.’> per eent tile growers would receive only 1<*.40 a ton tinder the contract accord ing to company officials. "NVo were a Pit surprised at the low quotations made by the company." said George Houston of Greeley, Colo., secretary of the Beet Growers associa tion. after the meeting, .which he characterized as the "most peaceful I have ever attended." "Wo give full weights to the fluctua tions to the last year ns brought out In the contract, however, and to th« spirit of fairness in which the pro posal is made. "We have no counter proposal to the company, but are keeping our plans under our bats for the time br ing. Acceptance or rejection of the contract will he made at the disposal of tho beet growers' association.