El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 19, 1920 Page: 2 of 16
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EL PASO HERALD
POLES FORGED MGKBr RED JUIT;
CZAR'S OLD GENERAL IN CONTROL
LOVDON Eng.. May IS. The Bol-
shevik! won Important sno-
csjes o-ver th Poles on passing'
Dvma river t PolotzTc. wtys an
"U1 statement by the Moscow
Ti e Polee were forced to with--
v the statement adds and the
vlation received the Bolshevik.
- nps with enthusiasm
Military Coop Reported.
.n Alexis A- Brasiloff former
nms.nderinchif of Russian armies
i jrr the czar has for the time be-
irtyally assumed te supreme
li or ty formerly vielded In the
teS.an soviet government by Niko-
Lonine and other peoples ooa-
'sane says to
I his irould seem to confirm a re-
t d spatch to the A soclated Press
it. military authorities in Russia
re p bout to assume the powers
-merly In the hands of civilian of-
als of the Bolshevik regime In
n amors that a military coup had
n -prang in the Russian capital
. e been current several days.
British GoTernment Accused.
Denunciation of the Polish attack
Bolshei. lk Russia and what is re-
. t-Jfd as Great Britain's complicity
t at offensive is contained in a
inresto issued here by a number
lhnr leaders. Hie British gov-
-nment is accused of "violating its
dees by sending munitions to Po-
. " the manifesto declartof::
The feroctonsly cmel blockade of
usia .s actually maintained
though legally nonexistant while i
stream of goods is flowing into Po
The trienn lal conference of the
HOUSTON FIGHTS HOUSE TO VOTE CLOTHES PRICES
Washington D C May 19. Secre-
tary Houston of the treasury in a
letter today to chairman Fordney of
the house ways and means committee.
dockers' union has passed a res- ' lar h opposition to any soldier
iwrSBJ1I.h3SAfr I bo"?9 legislation "? rinanced.-
lutJon forbidding the loading of any I
more munitions to be used atrainst
Jugoslavia Is Prostrate.
The secretary said It would be
"highlv unfortunate" to place any
new financial obligations on the
treasury and euncested that it would
Vienna Austria. May 7. Econom- wise for congress to seek out addi-
ic and Dolltic&l conditions in the onal sources of revenue to meet
western states of Jugoslavia are
very grave according to Dr. C N.
Leach of San Francisco. Calif- and
Mai- Phillip CarrolL Dnited States
army who have Just returned from
an extended automobile trip in those
regions in connection with Ameri-
Dally Telegraph j can relief work. They covered Croa
tia jsosma uerzegovxna souxnern
Dalmantia the vicinity of Spalato
the Dalmatian armfttlce zone and
the Croatian coast.
The whole land Is: full of soldiers
and officers openly express the be-
lief that the demobilization was only
In Croatia they found food condi-
tions fair except along the coast
but bad in Bosnia worse in Herze-
govina and m Mostar they found ac-
Dissatisfaction and unrest Is wide
current government expenses.
JUMf PAY BILL
Washington D. C May 19 Presi-
dent Wilson today signed the army
and navy pay bin. providing for a
temporary adjustment of pay scales
for officers and enlisted men. pending
permanent legislation on the subject
(By the Associated Press.) Odessa
still is claimed by the Russian Bol-
spread because the people realize the j "" 'rrmlntan forces have not bVen
situation I dn. largely to tack of EJjIdnlX 'ZSZLZ?? mSsJE?
organized transport and to the ex
tended and growing smuggling and
profiteering trade. "They do it
down there by tralnloads said Dr.
Who Holds Odessa?
Constantinople Turkey May 18.
St ere hi Bros.
AREFULLY selected for
five Hoots elevator
MANY styles and
LEASING and popular
DMIRED and bought
ONE better and few-
equal's. c i
in El Paso
202-4 San Francisco St. Phone 752
KY A NI7F Sanitary Floor
I rlllljs Enamel Free
If you bay one 25c Brass we wB give away one-lialf pint of
Kyanize Sanitary Floor Enamel ABSOLUTELY FREE that will
be eaoagfc to paint a pastry shelf table chain etc Can be
ssed for oatsale perch floors plastered walls porch -ceilings
cefeent floors bath roost or any.kkd of painting for any kind
of floors or ether woodwork where a high grade finish is de-
sired made is eight popakrcokrs.
Allied commissioners are without of
(Capture of Odessa by the Ckrai
nians was reported! May 11. and what
purported to be official confirmation
reached Paris and London the next
day. On May It. however the Brit-
ish war office declared that the re-
port had not been substantiated.)
Germans Resume Rule
Berlin Germany. May 19. Surety
police consisting of 40e men'and 40
officers have taken possession of the
barracks at Frankfort as a result of
the withdrawal of French and Bel-
gian troops according to advices re-
The German war criminals' on the
ON KNOX PEACE
Washington D. C. Hay 19. Re-
publican leaders In the house agreed
today to accept the peace resolution
adopted by the senate as a substi-
tute for the house resolution and
decided tentatively to call It np Fri-
day for final action.
WORLD LEAGUE HANDS OFF
SOUTH AMERICAN QUESTION
Buenos Aries Argentina May 19.
Responding to a Bolivian memorial
to the council of the league of na-
tions that Bolivia be granted a Pa-
cific port the council has decided
that It will not Intervene because It
is purely an American question says
a dispatch from Rio Janeiro quot-
ing the Jornal De Commerclo. The
dispatch adds that the council has
advised the three nations concerned
in the controversy Bolivia Chile
and Peru to seek the arbitration of
SWISS VOTES PUT WORLD
LEAGUE CAPITAL IN GENEVA
Rome Italy May 19. As a result
of the Swiss referendum the coun-
cil of the league of nations decided
lionday to seject Geneva as the seat
of the league assembly. Instead of
Brussels which would have been
chosen had Switzerland voted ad-
ersely. The council appointed a
permanent commission on armaments
to formulate regulations to which
all nations proposing themselves for
membership in the league will be re-
quired to conform.
PICTURES OP THE SEA TO BB
SH01Y AT H. S. STADIUM
Scenes of the U. S. naval academy
sports at Guam. Panama Cuba cros-
sing the line and a flight from San
Diego to San Francisco will be In
cluded in the moving picture program
which will be presented at 8 o'clock
Thursday night at the high school
stadium by the El Paso navy recruit-
xne turns are not cor-
(Continued front page 1.)
it. .. i u...j IDE wiiicc xne turns w -jot. wre-
SS..ItrSl 5Er.nlA ":.Pn one. but have been obtained
oy tne navy ana win oe saown oy
ment by the allies have been sum
moned by the chief public prosecu-
tor to appear before the supreme
court at Lelpsic. between June 7 and
June zu says the Tageblatt.
Chicken Feed that makes the hen
lay. 1 Paso Seed Co 523 Bast San
Antonio St. Adv.
'Walk a Block and
Save the Difference'
Two piece or union suits all
styles short or Ion; lengths.
Balbriggans nainsooks or s3k
mixtures. A complete stock and
from 35c .
up to $2
WE SAVE YOU THE MONEY
the moving picture machine owned by
the local office. Chief petty officer
Richard Pritz will accompany the
pictures with a lecture and explana
GERMAN BONDS FOR WAR DEBT.
Paris. France. May 19. The plan to
permit the Germans to pay war in-
demnity by Issuing bonds rests large-
ly on the acceptance of such securities
by America where it is understood
the French will offer them in pay-
ment of war debts of France to the
United States. The plan was adopted
tentatively it is understood by the
Washington. D. C May If. Second
Lieut. David Bryan Herrick Infantry
has been honorably discharged at
Advertising has been in vogue only
a little more than two centuries.
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326-330 W. San Antonio St.
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CHANGING CONDITIONS often sake provisions
in Wills deddecHy obscure which were dear at
the time of writing. The testator is never at hand
when his Will becomes effective to explain a pvzzfisg
point to the Court
So bring out your oldWDI asd test it from all
angles. If you are not certain of its clarity or if
changing conditions have made some provisions
puzzling see your attorney. The welfare of your
loved ones may depend solely on the way your V3I
is worded '
Our Trust booklet "Questions and Answers
About W31s wffl help you in applying the test
Write for it today.
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407 Texas Street
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS.
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is
mercury quicksilver and attacks your
bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel to-
day and you will feel weak sick and nau-
seated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's
Sunset Paint Co. I Take "Dods6ns i Tone" d
Here's my guarantee! Ask vonr
druggist for a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone and take a spoonful to-
night If it don't start our liver
and etraighttn jou right up bttT
than ralomel anil without g-ipmg or
caking jou Mck I vant jou ty go
back to the store and fret your money.
Take a spoonful of harmless veg-
etable Dodson's Liver Tone tonight
and wake up up feeling great. It's
perfectly harmless so gh e it to your
children any time It can't salivate
so let them eat anything afterwards.
is a hysteria over the country vhich
is forcing prices down.
Otker Goods rollovr Silk.
A similar story was told at the
Popular by Maurice Schwartz and L
Weiss. Mr. Weiss is the buyer for
the Popular lie said that woolens
and cottons had a downward prom-
ise. In other words there is a chance
of a drop in sympathy with silk al-
though the drop has not come so far
as the retaUer is concerned. How-
ever the retailer is making reduc-
tions to the public in the anticipation
or at least of the hope of a reduc-
tion. Gloves will be an exception. These
will go higher it was said at both
the White House and the Popular.
This is due to the poor irrade of
(skins available. Most of the skins
for kid gloves come from the Bal-
kans it was explained. On account
of the war the kids have been neg-
lected and only a few skins out of
each dozen are worth making into
gloves. Consequently. the price
must go higher. The kids of South
America are in little it any better
condition than those of the Balkans.
The finest kid gloves in the world
are made from the skins of unborn
kids and these have deteriorated
The drop in shoes is not expected
to be great if there is any drop. And
what there is will probably be due
more to the hysteria referred to than
to any permanently depressing fac-
tor. Grocery Prices Still Hisher.
At the Standard Grocery com-
pany's retail store John H.
May the manairer. has n. tk
happy outlook. In fact grocery
prices are going only one way and
that is up. It was Mr. Mav who
euHvra notice Wednesday of ad'
vances in flour and sugar. Flour is
up tz per i pounds corn meal is
up M cents per 19 pounds and new
est sugar prices wholesale range
irom sis per 1W pounds for the
Philippine raw up to I2S.75 for
sianoara domestic refined cane su
Canned goods are perplexing the
a.vto w. omy oecause or price
but because of scarcity. Catalogs
from large wholesalers have the word
"out" marked after more than half of
the listed commodities. Underproduc-
tion is hurting the retail grocer most.
Mr. May says. Labor simply Isn't
available or if it is it is not producing.
Jewelry To Stay Ep.
Jewelry particularly silver and
diamonds is not going down and it
will not. in the opinion of F. J. Tur-
ner manager of the W. T. Hixson
company. Mr. Turner said that any
drop silver might take would no
more than take care of itself." As
to diamonds. Mr. Turner says they
will never come down. They are con-
troled by a syndicate be explained.
and the COSt of nrndnetlnn mtIHb.
and delivery Is up. The taxes start
at cue mine and end at the consumer.
Chemicals went down from 3S to
2S percent at the time the armistice
was signed and have not changed
much since according to Scott White
druggist. These of course were the
chemicals used in warfare. Ho im-
mediate drop is expected.
Books and stationery are not drop-
ping and Won't- In th nnhiUn Ae
Jasper WooldritJce. of the El Paso
ook company. This is because of the
paper shortage. There are excep-
tions to the ruie he avers.
Merchants Give Opinions.
After stating the facts the mer-
chant usually had some decided convic-
tions to express. One of them is that
the government has started at the
wrong place to punish profiteers. For
example a representative of a large
manufacturer was recently ordered
out of the business office of the White
House by Mr. Coblentx because of
his "public be damned" attitude. This
representative told Mr. Coblentx he
could take it or leave it when a cer-
tain abnormal and unwarranted price
was rauea into question. -This is
our chance and we are making the
best of it." Mr. Coblentx said the
representative told him. "But what
about the pubHeT- Mr. Goblents said
ne assea tue-jnan. "O. the publio be
damned." Was the reply whereupon
the White House president showed
him the door and told him ho would
not do business with that kind of a
Profiteerintr at tha hue of nrn.
duetion. both by labor and by capital.
is oiarnw oy most or tne retailers or
El Paso for high prices. The clothes
every woman in El Paso wears are
paid for or 'have been according to
what the manufacturers or specula-
tors could get for them which was
sometimes 200 and 300 percent more
than tlie speculators paid for them.
Only One Way Out.
"There is only one way out for the
retailer." said Mr. Coblentx. "The re-
tailer can not profit"- He simply
must depend on an incrasfl vlnm
or sales to bring his profit to a living I
and business doing figure. I do not I
believe the gross profit of El Paso re- I
caiiers nas varied i percent In live
years. We would rather sell six pair
of hose at SI a pair than 1 pair of
hose at S3 a Dalr. even if the srrosa
profit Is the same for the reason that
the six women who buy the six pairs
aosB may ouy sometning else and
we would rather have elx women In
our stores than two."
Mr. Coblentx declared that be be-
lieved the retail dry goods and cloth-
ing stores-Bf the citv had onlv S6 ter-
eenf. of the number of customers they
uau ueiorc mo war out lost tne so
percent bought more expensive goods
bringing the gross profit to about
what It formerly was.
Dealers Want Reduction.
Mr. Schwartz said be hoped prices
would go down. He said every re-
taUer hoped It. for price reductions
mean reductions to the retaUer as
well as to the public with a greater
volume of sales.
To sum up: there have been price
reductions in wearing apparel In EI
Paso. These reductions have been
mainly in silks but to some extent
cottons and woolens In anticipation of
a decline In prices of these commodi
ties in sympathy with silk. Shoe
prices nave been reduced some in
some instances. Glove prices will go
up. rooa prices are au going up.
Other prices are static The main
cause of reductions Is a denressed
condition among speculators due to
ine demands made on tnem by banks
for ouick money and due to a slump
In demand. Another cause is the
send you th
Banker Fears Injury
to Credit in Attempt
to Force Prices Down
Hew York. May 19. An Incomplete
list of direct losses due to strikes in
1919 places the cost to labor in wages
at nearly $725040000 and to industry
at more than one and a fourth billion
dollars. Francis H-"isson vice-president
of the Guaranty Trust company
of New Tork told the convention of
the National Association of Manufac-
turers here today. The chief danger
in the present situation. Mr. Sisson
said is that the desirability of low
prices as an end in Itself may be so
exaggerated as to lead to the attempt
to force prices down through harm-
ful measures for the control of credit.
40 PCT. CUT ON MEN'S
CLOTHES MADE IN PHOENIX
Phoenix. Ariz.. May 19 Tortv per-
cent reduction in men's suits was an-
nounced in Mgns on the establish-
ment of a tailoring firm hc-o today
Another firm of tailors advertised 165
suits for 259.
Including The Following'
Vcat&rn Moon Fox Trot
Svanee ........ ........ ............. ........ One-Step
Left AU. Alone Agam Blaes Fox Trot
Whue Babs Are Yoa? Medley One-Step
Karavcm Fox Trot
When Yoate Alone Fox Tret
That Naaghs Wollz Match
In Your Amu . .One-Step
HI See You m C-U-B-A Song
Thal'i Worth WhZc Wailing For Song
No camping outfit is complete without a tataM Vktrola. (JjQA O C
Model IV (including above records) only tPuttdt?
$10.00 Down. $5.00 Each Month.
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SUCCESSORS TO . G. WAIJS CO.)
MASOXS ARRANGE PROGRAM.
Masons of El Paso lodge No. 120.
will have a special military program
for past masters' night. Friday. May
28 O. J. Allen master of the lodge
announced Wednesday. Soldiers wiil
gtve most of the program.
ADDRESS TO BIBLE CLASS.
Zach Lamar Cobb will deMver an
address to the men's Bible class at
the first Presbyterian church at 9:40
oclock next Sunday morning. O. J.
Allen Is president of the class.
209 N. Oregon Sheldon Hotel BMc-
ga$e 7HME foriNFMsaiKViiiDS
Rfeh Mm Malted Oraio Kxtnrt la Powder
We lake pride in the reputation of our
prescription department While he handle all "
the preparations to be found in any high class
drug store yet we specialize on accurate and
reliable prescription work.
So well known is onr reputation for satisfactory
service that a continual increase in oar prescription
fansiness is noted.
Bring or Send Yom Prescription to Us
FIRST AIDSTRYCHNINE POISONING
Can a doctor. While waiting adsdnJetar
powdered charcoal if possible in large quan-
tity. Fellow with another emetic. Absolute
Quiet so as not to bring on convulsions. Keen
your medicine cabinet well supplied against
Scott Wliite Drug Co.
SAFETY FIRST DRUGGISTS
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314 San Franckto St
Fist UTatl BMz
Don't Miss This Opportunity to
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Men's Brown EngEsa...$695
Men's Bkck English $545
Men's Bkck BIscher $195
215 El Pun mtr !
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