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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1920.
BOLSHEVISM HITS MEXICAN CIS . REVOLT FEARED Anxious Days for thel.ew Ad- ' ministration as Labor Troubles Grow More Com plicated. " BY LOUIS P. KIRBY. (International Newt Sarvic Staff CorraaDondant.) MEXICO CITY Merirn. N'ov. 22 IjLbor cnmnlirntinn. rnmhlnpr. with activities against- the government of carranzista conspirators, are caus ing increasing uneasiness. It 13 feared that one of two serious situa tion maV. hn nmeAntaH - TVia firat is a- general strike, with a multitude or idle, men and the danger of Bol shevism, of which Mexico already has llHrl H t (J a ' jn mini n nndt Tha setond is ! a-formidable Carranzista uprising, started under a "smoke scrn" of labor trouble. . Carranzlstas have been busy with their mischief-making for some time. They have had agents not only along interior, : the conciliating policy of x recsiueiu auuiio ae ia nuerca nav- tlons in the heart of the country for the spreading of propaganda and for the maturing of plots. Where the -large sums . of- money UBecl by the Carranzlstas are coming from, is a-matter of great interest here, 'German liquor dealers and others, who were pleased by the un friendly, attitude of the late Presi dent Carranza toward the United States and feared prohibition under the present- government,- are said to have given' liberally to the Carran zista fund., There is even a hint that some money has been added to the Carranzista Coffers bV British inter ests, which .were disposed to favor any means of retarding American enterprise in Mexico. Now that Carranzista ploiting may set Mexico afire with the flames of Bolshevism some are wondering whether the backers of the Carran slsta movement will continue their contributions. The Do la HOerta government is doing ail it can to restore industrial ma harmony, but has met with a serious RAthnnlr Tho nwnpr.4 of the Coal I Srt mines in Coahuila, where the miners are on strike, have refused to ac cept the mediation of the govern ment and have expressed determina tion to fight the strikers until hun ger forces, the men to return to work. This attitude was taken by the mine owners because they were con vinced that the government favored the striking miners. Supporters of the government, ex plaining this apparent leaning ot the De la Huerta administration to i,Kar oM. "In the nresent state of affairs it would be suicidal to take sides, but it would be worse man suicidal, If that is possible, to be un fair, or seem to be Unfair, tot labor. Enemies of the government are try in,, m innlfu tha wnrkinsr classes. and, as radicals have been preparing vaara hv Inrpndiarv atrl- 1. 1 1 ' wcvj ava " ' ' tat ion, the dinger of serious trouble is very real. . "n,nrnBintnivp nf the mine own- that Prpairtpnt de la Huerta nw his success in the past in set- 4n i.hm. trnniiips to emrjlovers who have yielded to his request that they . .in,,u That l. in cart true. But when they add that tho president has not gained concessions from the-Jabor unions they are in error. There have been concessions on both sides in all of the disputes settled by the present administra- tion. . , , . , , "As great strikes would delay and .orin,,civ imnarii the work of recon struction, In Mexico it is the duty of all employers to do all they can to preserve industrial peace." Th mliiA trouble is not confined to tho nnnl minine districts. There are ai.iba. threats of strikes, in i .. In ha minim? BPOtlollB iieui ly nil " . Oliver mines, like the coal operators, say that they can not Increase wages. mey ieu m , U Afnn in thA nrlCft nf Silver ICiil ucatj v. , , ' k -' ' in.iat thnt thnv an at present running their mines at a loss In hope that an advance in silver win relieve It Is said that the coal miners strike will force 50,000 men into idle ness. Mexico toay faces condi tions most serious, as there are great numbers idle and restless and ready for any sort of undertaking. Don Luis Cabrera, secrt'-iry of th treasury under President C.ananza, .i n "MpYirn has been II WIlUBt? IPtUin . . fik. vigorously opposed, is meeting the those who predicted that he would "make trouble" at the earliest opportunity. He has written a long "open letter" to Dr. Cutberto saving that it was the duty of the government to discover mil expose the "secret treaty" affecting Mexico between the United States, prance and Germany. The agitation for the quick pun ishment of the assassins of President Carranza is still being pressed an part of the present Carranzista prop aganda. Until Seemly Gen Koclolfo Herrera was chiefly blamed. Now the nam's cf Gen. Francisco Mur gu'a and Gen. Frederlco Monies are being mentioned as responsible fur Carranza's tragic end. Rumanian Hens Have Big Contract (Ay International Newa Service.) BUCHARKST, Nov. 22. Rumania s hen T must turn out 20,000.000 eggs within tho. next twelve months if the Wil"" ,mnrnlol trpfltV Which terms oi me tiM.,...v . their home and has recently concluded with Austria uro lived up to. Not onlv have tho hens of the country been mobilized for the work of pro ducing these 20,000,000 eggs, Imt they are called upon tor double duty In that they must continue a steady sup ply for home consumption. In tli;s general mobilization of a nations hens those pertainlne to certain in stitutions such as the hospital which the American Bed Cross maintains at Constanza for the care and treatment of 150 tubercular children are ex empted and will continue to pet form their barnyard duties ror these places. In compensation for the work ex pected of the hens, Austria by th terms of the treaty, agrees to repiiU 500 locomotives, which will go far toward re-establishing railway ser vice in this country. Aside from al lowipg the 20,000,000 eggs to leave the country, Rumania ngrees to per mit tho ovnort to Austria of 120.000 , Mm j-.tons 01 maize, idh.uuu iuuh ui ,.n.r, V Jr 20,000 pigs, 46,000 tons of benzine, r j Tonnnn nnu nf notrolpiim. In ox- Change Austria will allow the ex port to Rumania of Iron and metal goods, the fulfillment of the latter clause depending upon her receiving sufficient coke from other countries to operato her factories; vehicles, electrical supplies, nosiery, woven goods, proper, chemicals, musical In struments and leather goods. Bead News Scimitar Waats. SKMrrra f!.r'; prmmm rCTiWr Vi, I ' - Men's and Women's 1 M t :'Vy . 1 jl'l'' ' Lisle Hose, fKj fi j n it ' : Wl jjfSm 2 for $1, d I V'X. SAMmi 'Back and coors, somed) S5 -a U 1 it 11 cniiarens nose it ft ' - V I Children's Knitted Drawers Efj p 00"' I J I I Waists, 5 for $1. A Iq , I ft. Reinforced with tape, extra but- Jotj Ej I J tons and supporter tubes attached. j Ip '.'fer - , (Basement) Jf';L 1 Xvn : Children's Knitted Leggins 2 for $1 Warm wool-mixed leggins, In white, black and colors; sizes 1 to 8. f' j (Basement) Infants' Wool-Mixed Shirts , '2 for. fl. Snug, warm, well finished shirts, for "-infants; . also some bodies in the lot; size's 6 months to 2 years. (Basement) . Misses' $2 Gym Bloomers $1 Q Made of good quality black cotton twill, made full with adjustable band and elastic at knee; sizes 10 to 16 years. (Basement) Child's Black Bloomers 4 for $1 Well made, black percaline bloom ers. with band tops and elastic knee; sizes 2 to 12. (Basement) Misses' and Children's Fancy Knitted Wool Tarns $1 Come in large assortment of color combinations, brushed wool; $1.89 values $1. (Basement) Women's and Children's Umbrellas $1 Servicable umbrellas with good black twill covers and , assorted handles, 2 to a customer. (Basement) , Women's Sateen Petticoats Comes in black, plain colors and fancy striped and floral effects; as sorted lengths. (Basement) Women's Silk Hose $1 Full fashioned; comes in black and colors; double lisle tops, and seamed backs; some slight seconds, $1.87 and $2.25 values $1. (Basement) Women's Silk Hose, 2 for $1 79c values, w'ell fashioned, fiber hose with seam back and spliced heels. (Basement) l Boys' Heavy Oxford Sweater Ccats $1 Snug fitting warm sweater coats, made with large storm collar and pockets; sizes 26 to 34. ( Basement) Misses' and Children's Brushed Wool Tarns, 2 for $! Warm brushed wool tarns, como a large assortment of plaiu and fancy color combinations. ( Basement ) Women's Knitted Skirts 2 for $1 Made with fitted tops and come in light and dark colors with fancy striped flounce. ( Basement ) Brassieres and Bust Confiners 2 for $1 Brassieres of fine white cotton twill embroidered trimmed and bust confiners of mesh and brocade cloth, come in pink and white sizes 32 to 42. twiii'li 1 1! THE NEWS Women's Muslin Gowns, Ted dies, Petticoats, Silk Camisoles and Sateen Bloomers $1 iowns in' flesh and white, regular and extra sizes. (Basement) Women's Outing Gowns $1 Full cut, well made outing gowns with double yokes; come in fancy striped patterns; full length; sizes 16 and 17; 2 to a customer. ) (Basement) Children's Outing Gowns and Sleepers $1 Full cut eowns for children 4' to 14 years. Sleepers with feet; sizes 2 to 6 years. Sleepers without reet; sizes 8 to 12 years. (Basement.) Men's Heavy Ribbed Knit Union Suits $1 Strictly first quality, the "greatest values in year Heavy ribbed cot ton union suits; worth twice the price asked. (Basement) Men's Fierce Lined Shirts and Drawers, 2 for $1 The sensation of the year, good wear, fleece lined shirts or, drawers; all sizes. (Basement) Men's Heavy Ribbed Cotton Shirts or Drawers, w ior Heavy ribbed cotton; all sizes -lowest prices in years. Well made (Basement) i tf Men's Flannel Shirts $1 -il 1a am Amoskeag flannel shirts for men, ,9Q in colors blue and brown, made with f, two pockets; a most unusual val ue? lot limited; come early. (Basement) Men's Outing Night Shirts $1 A rare bargain, good quality ma terial; every garment cut full and all sizes a sensational value. (Basement) Men's Dress Shirts $1 I jHO fered, wonderful madras and other a1 fine fabrics; makes as Kagle, 1m- I faaaar ., Mnnnrcli find oth- ers to choose from. Laundered or soft cuffs. (Basement) Men's Sweaters $1 Extra quality good warm sweaters, a very fine value, "V" neck and shawl collar. (Basement) Men's Overalls and Jumpers $1 Each , Genuine blue denim overalls or Jumpers, only 300 garments in the lot; get here early; extra strongly made and cut full sizes; sizes to 4 4 only. (Basement) mlf Men's Cassimere Pants SI The biggest pants value on the market today; neat patterns, good quality; they are slight seconds; they will go fast; get here early. (Itasement) Boys' Knee Pants $1 Corduroy and cassimere knee pants, very fine qualities, the best we have yet offered; dandy patterns to select from. (Basement) I 1. I aaltftwattlv ,51 if 3 0 hi ff! : til 1 Arc ff: if 1 1 1 i SCIMITAR TUESDAY e jILj Boys! Outing Pajamas and Night Shirts $1 Each cinnA warm durable outing night shirts or pajamas; a moat complete W i .U.n tU v a an t at a anA. I 3LUU Del V ItCauiC ni mcu a. i. n npv- Vial jJl VO a.V . Boys' Play Suits $1 ' Danriiloi t9 Ql. Tilnv anH mRiifl of JVfe U.ai y mt.v v y j i flU f1116 Quality khaki materials-, cow- I OU ESU1LO, DU1U1GI DUim ntiu wia.au.u. ' Buy yduf boy one of these Buits t .. IkaUntaa .nuatl t ( HOW lur K VUl lOtiuoa V wvjii ... (Basement) coats $1 jfl ade of good fab- Q ' yles, with black J I i Izes 2 to 7. J j Boys Overcoats Only 61 of these, made rics, in military sty braid on sleeve; sizes (Basement) Boys Blouses, 2 for $1 Fine quality percale and madras, fine range of patterns, these are dandy values. (Basement) pillow KsUSVS, I VI $1 II i 42x36 standard size, good grade pillow cases, made of strong, sturdy casing. (Basement) Ejj Cotton Batts$l tl -DQFull 3 lbs. cotton batts, roll 72xu yf ISSsize; white, fluffy; J1.B9 value, $1. i m 1 (Basement) . Babu Blankets $1 Good heavy quality ,v,lagezeH in J! m-m 4.' ink-'or blue designs. (Basement) Dress Ginghams, 4 Yds. $1 In ancy stripe, check and plaid ef jSJ fects; all high grade quality. (Basement) Table Damask $1 Yard 72 and'70-inch; highly mercerized1 in pleasing Irish patterns. (Basement) 'Apron Check Ginghams, 6 Yards $1 In small and medium checks and blue, black and red and brown grounds. (Basement) price , dress .1 lilt- Hid 0 Ho If If ciloo CPMSS i j CO 11 i ; -iii?!!'..;! FAMOUS (Economy Basement) AI MY Huck Towels 5 for $1 h j Good grade huck towels, medium ( '00 weight and sire In plain white or C "aa with red striped border. (Itasement) ' Turkish Towels, 2 for $1 00 Fancy designed border; extra heavy ' and strong; our regular "5c sellers, 2 for 91. (Basement) Fla Satin in Pr for 1 Flannelette Kimonos $1 rtl Wi bound, full cut, 54 ins. long, pretty floral designs, never sold less than $1.98; special while 25 dozen last, $1. (Basement) Infants' Coats and Dresses at j uni a iyw ni una piivr, buuul - t ,1.1a J. 1 . V. . . t r T I 1"" Sarnients on this $2.98 table; while Jl l tnev last (Basement) , Women's and Misses' v Gingham Dresses $1 Several styles to select from in stripes and figures; . sizes 16 to 46; just 1Q dozen offered at this price. ( Basement )' Serge Skirts $1 St nn,0 one ever naa me opporiuimy Deiuro I iVUto secure such wonderful bargains in I j??? skirts; they are well made, to sell aa high F I a - fr-1. .. .. , 1 1 IB S - Vi9 fu. AIIV1 ui o -um V11V iiuiiui u Ul them so be here early and get one before they are all sold. (Basemont) Wool Plaid and Check Skirts $1 Made nf all newest designs and tfu wfth; wide belt and fancy pockets trimmeu wun uuiiuub, an bhicd while they last. (Basement) Georgette Blouses $1 They are made of good quality crepe embroidered and beaded;- oth ers tailored styles in most wanted colors; 11 sizes, 36 to 46. (Basement) Blouses; 2 for $1 This' Is odds and ends of the bet terkind that were picked out our regular "stock that will be femd tomorrow: some silk and voile blouses. (Basemen Children's and Misses' Wool Sweaters $1 Made in slip-over and Tuxedo style in fancy and plain weaves, in best leading colors for the season; sizes 26 to 34. (Basement) 1 1 1 a4V 1 Iff CP If I ? Is? It of-qi in New Fall Serge and Tricotine Dresses $1 Added to Price of One and Secure 2 Dresses Two dresses for the price of one plus. Tuesday we offer choice of 200 satin, serge, corgftte, tiK'otine, velvet and velour dresses, values to .$17.95, at the special of $11.75. Then you select another i In beautiful assortment of gingham ,.( ii ' i i t d.i I plaids, stripes and checks, pretty, troni off tins same rack and tor .$1, ',estc-styles, also tie-hacks, well made :..,...,,- i,1;,.,. ,1..cl! li11 7", I ;inri cverv size from 36 to 44. Every tlll-n in "iu. l u.-ii mu i'ii.i", .-'v. dress $1.(); IhMIi dresses, $12.75. (Basement.) Coats and Suits $1 old same as dresses, clect any coat or suit from 'off our $16.75 rack and select the second cont suit and for Si more you buy two suits. Not suit on the rack worth less than $1775. remember first coat or suit $16.75, second coat suit $1.00, botlj for $17.75. Ur buy one coat one Miit at above price. (Basement.) PAGE FIVE- Extra Size Blouses $1 i These blouses were specially ff made for stout women with fp"! large arms and extra full; ffl : in sizes ' t "I 48 to 54 ,. 4 1 (Batament) Serge Middies $1 M Just think, a navy serge middy trimmed with braid, well made . in regulation styles to be on M 3 sale for this special one day; in 1 ? all sties while they last. ! j - (Basement) V 1 Middies $1 f l They are made in all white with collars and cuffs to I'M match. in regulation styles and all sizes ft for children and women. $1 (Basement) Tie-Back Sweaters This was an unusual purchase from one of the best knitting mills for this special dollar day. They are made wttli long sleeves in the best leading models and most wanted colors and sizes. t1 ( Basement) Children's Rain Capes $1 Last dollar day we sold 300, we only have 65 to offer this time, full rubber lined, with cemented pockets and seams; cape attached; sizes 6 to 14. (Uusement) P Children's Amoskeag Gingham Dresses $1 Never have . we offered such wonderful values as these beautiful plaid gingham school dresses, in sizes 2 to 6 and 7 to 14. We have sold hundreds at $1.98 and $2.98; while ,27 dozen last tl1 (Basement) Outing Flannel, 5 Yards $1 In light and dark fancy stripe, check and plaid effects; good heavy fluffy quality. (Basement) V Percales, 5 Yards $1 High grade standard count dress shirting and apr,n percales, in fancy dot, stripe or check ettects. C1 (Basement) , y Kimono Flannelette, 5 Yards $1 In dark and light fancy dot, figure, flor al designed nanneiettes, and figured backs ior ladies' kimonos, nignues, pa $1 1 jamas, cnlldren s dresses. V Basement) ................ 36-inch Domestic, 8 Yards $1 Good grade bleached domestic; strong and sturdy; 8 yards $1 (Basement) V Shirtings, 3 Yards $1 Including silk striped and woven and printed madras, Russian cords tor men's, ladies' and children's wear; regular 75c and 45c sellers; 3 yards (Basement) V 1 . Curtain Material, 7 Yards $1 Remnants and full pieces of J6-incU voiles, scrims, in plain whiter cream or ecru, with blue bird floral border. d (Basement) P Regulation Serge Dresses Middy dresses, provided you first buy at the special price of $1.95. These dresses are regulation style, with pleated skirts, braid trimmed, collars and cuffs; gdod $3.98 values; sizes for misses in Copenhagen and navy; while 75 last first dress $1.95, sec ond dress $1.00. Both desses, $2.95. (Basement.) Women's and Misses' Shoes and Oxfords $1 Patcntand plain leather boots, lace and button styles, with solid leather soles, high and low heels, quite a number of low shoes in patent and plain kid pumps and oxfords; have your choice of these smart, good wearing shoes and ox- d 1 ff fords at the low price. V VVF (Basement.) -a Also about 75 pairs of children's shoes, in black, button and lace rtyles; $1.00 choice (Basement.) . Bungalow Aprons $1 - - ,r -re i I nr- fall nattern wo nffer 75 dozen in this sale. Last Dollar Day we sold 92; take our advice and be here earlv; $1.49, $1.98 and tf 1 fk( $2.49 values P U V (Basement.) Trimmed and Untrimmed and Ready-to-wear Hats $1 Included are straight sailors, chin Chins. small and large rolling brims and poke effects, sailors with bell crowns. Hats to please the most ex acting taste of every woman and miss. Values that arc astonishing. Black, brown, navy, jade, green, beaver and purple. 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