Newspaper Page Text
THE EISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1319.
COVENANT OF NATIONS
FOR WORLD PEACE FIRST
WORK ON PROGRAM
(Continued from fnpe One)
peror and each delegate would receive
a copy of that report.
Iu all 72 seats were provided for :
the opening session of the peace con
ference. On the outer side of the great
horse shoe were arranged the Jap
anese, the British and colonial dele
gates and the nc;ft of the fifth British
delegate. A chair for the fifth Amer
ican delegate also was reserved imme
diately to the right of the table of
The Italian, Belgian, Brazilian,
Cuban, Haitian. Peruvian, Portuguese,
Serbian, Czecho-Slovakian and Uru
guayan delegates sat in the order
named. Across at the left wins table
sat the Siamese, Rumanian, Polish, Li
berian. Hedjas, Guatamelan. Kcuador
ian, Chinese and Bolivian delegates.
As the delegations arrived they
were met by fanfares of trumpets and
accorded military honors by the
troops. The Japanese were among the
earlier arrivals and were followed by
the Siamese and East Indians in pic
Crowd Cheers Wilson
President Wilson's arrival at 10
minutes of 3 o'clock was the signal for
a demonstration from the crowd. The
president passed into the ante-cham
ber where M. Pichon. the French
eign minister, awaited and conducted
him to the council room.
Already the chamber was crowded
with delegates, who greeted President
Wilson warmly as he passed toward
the table of honor. Here ho was join
ed fcy Secretary Lansing, Mr. White
and General Bliss, and exchanged
greetings with the British and many
Just at 3 o'clock a ruffle of drums
and blare of trumpets announced tie
approach of M. Poincare. The French
president was escorted by the group !
of premiers to the head of the table
' - - - '
while a nusn rell upon the assemblage 1
,A TV..nAn nM:H r.w hn
nf th rnnmti Tt una oTintlv (linu, i
minutes past 3 o'clock when M. Poin
care began his address and the peace
congress came into being. The entire
assemblage stood as the president I
.nAtw PrHiitol Wilcnn ntl immo.!.r nf Preside;.! Wilson tt the I
diatelv at his right and listened at-: openi-cr sessi. n of the peace confer -j
tentively. M. Poincare spoke in'anience: ' .
.... , ,., . .
earnest easv manner, witnout rtecinra- s
. ... - . - ,, L i
tory eftect, and, following usage, ther
TMrna Tin nrmlfiiiACk nr inffirriintirtTi :
M. Poincare spoke In French, and. '
when he had concluded an interpre- ! "1 w-juld do this as a matter ;i cus
ter read the discourse in English. ' torn, I wc:ul 1 do this as a tribute to
As M. Poincare closed he turned to ! the Frencii republic. Hut 1 wisn to
receive the congratulations of Presi-1
dent Wilson and Premier Llovd '
George and then withdrew, greeting ;
each delegation as he retired.
President Proposes Clemenceau :
President Wilson rose as M. Poin-1
care made his exit.
"It gives me great pleasure." he
said, "to propose as permanent chair-
man of the conference Mr. Clemen-!
President ilson ppoke in conver-;
sational voice, which, however, car-j
ried throughout the chamber as he
I.- rti I.Mi.ri,, i.
Continuous 6: CO to 11:00 n. m.
WORLD FILM CORP. PRESENTS
"A Soul Without Windows"
Deliciously delightful, fascinatingly pleasing, absorLing
ly interesting adjectives run out v.'hen describing this
Super Attraction. Ethel Clayton v.-as never prettier,
never more entrancing than in this unusual role oi'
Hopama in this production. And for a laugh see;
Mercy! Tk Mammy Mambled
Lower floor 9c, war tax lc, total 10c
Balcony 4c, war tax lc, total 5c
ARTCRAFT PICTURES CORP. PRESENTS THAT DELIGHTFUL LITTLE STAR
V V JUL
And a KEYSTONE COMEDY with CHESTER
"Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts"
Children, 10c;' Adults, 20c; Reserved Seats, 30c;
paid eloquent tribute to the French ' the history of the world. whih bus privilege that I should be expected to SENATE DELAYS FAM
premier. so often centered here. v.Hi mw be second this motion." . r -.'vc
Premier Lloyd lleoriro second,'.! the crowned I,, the achievements .,f ti'is! Premier t'lemenceau responded us Pic, uFl.iFi Ai ! tl D A 5
nomination of .M. Clemencoaii. speak-,
inn earnestly of the distinguished1
services the French premier had reiuU
ered in war and peace.
Baron S'jni.i:i. the Iudiitn foreign
minister, added Italy's tribute, where
upon the election of .M. (.'leniences U
as presiding cilicer was mane uuam-
In a feeling address M. Clenienceau
acknowledged the honor conferred up
on him. lie turned first to President
Wilson and bowed his thanks, then to
Sir. Lloyd deorue lor inn tribute he
had paid him. it was not alone a tri
bute he had paid to him, he baid, but
"We have come together as friends,"
he exclaimed. "We must leave this
hall as friends."
Referring to the league of nations.
M. C'leauienceau declared it was al
ready in the way of being achieved by
1... BnltinriiK, f f thio f.lll f . 1 . 1,11 A-.1 1 1 1 1
then 6 turned to the program of the j
conference, which, lie said, covered I
the following main subjects of general i
. - . ;
"lt. responsibility cf the authors !
of the war; second, Vespons.bil.ty for j
.... . 1
the crimes committed during the war;
third, legislation in regard to interna
tile uuncia i' ui 11 n u ,
.11 .U ,,.,.. ,1
these three questions. The powers
having particular interests, M. Clem-
for-jeneeau continued, would be asked to
forirUustruli rnTnonical uZ,hcm-and thilt ,hey n,ay mur" to
tonal, industrial ana econouicai ,ur., those purpos,.s of ife whkh wil,
tions- bring them hanniness and content-;
placed at the nead ot tne order or tne
day of the next full session," M. Clem
enceau announced, as he concluded
his address. He paused for further
suggestions of business, and a:-i none
was made, he declared the session ad-1
It was 4:30 o'clock, an the opening j
session had lasted one hour and a naif. 1
No exact time was fixed for the re-
assembling of the full session of the ;
, . v. . .. f... . 1. . . : 1 .. f
v"" "--. " ,
Liie C Ll 1' I till'. LUUItt II Ul NIC I C 1 ' '
powers, w hich
will probably meet!
PARIS, Jan. lh Following is the
.-ir. iuairu,an: n gives uic ktoi i
, . , , ,, ., I
pleasure to propose as permanent
ihn irm n 11 if the ri ir.flreTlce Mr. t'lPm-
enteau, the president of the c:.ui;cil
do it as something more tiian that,
I wish to do it as a tribute to the
Pninwi rfejer-.-ea tho rref-e1er.ee
not only because we ere mret.ng at .
her capital and because shs has un-
detgone some of Uia inot t.-ai;ical ,
Metering oi tne war. nut a'so Decsiuse
i.er capital, her ancient and be:;ut:tul
lanital, hr.:; so of."n ber-r. lv cctitar
of onloremes of this sort. ov. which ;
the fortunes of large puns oi the :
"It is a very delightful thought that !
confi rein hec.iue there is a sense
in wM, li fi.w i he simreiiie eon-
feteiice of mankind.
Fortunes of Wcrld Involved. j
'More nations are represented here
than were ever represented in such a '
coniertnce before. The fortunes of all j
peoples are involved. A great war is 1
ended, whi.il seemed about to brie .
a universal cataclysm. The denser is .
passed. A victoiy has been won fori
mankind, and it is delightful that we
should he able to record these great
results in this place.
"But ft is more delightful to honor
Fram e because we can honor her n
the person of so d.sunu.hed a
servant. e have nil felt m our lr - (
11. ijicii il'ii ill 1 lit u :fiirr ui LI.J- v it I I..
the fine steadfastness which charac-
I terized the leadership of the French
: in the hands of .Mr. t'lemenceau. We ;
have learned to admire him, and these j
; of us who have been associated with
h acquired a genuine affection
., , . .
. -Moreor. those of us who have
been in these recent d:ivs in constant
nsuHation wi-h him know hrev
'ure, '? M'T ,he
iron! of achievement in whir-h nil tmv
faces are turned. He feels as we
feel, as I have no doubt everybody in
i ...... m r.w.i..
that we are trusted
a prcat tiling, to do it in the
highest spirit of friendship and ac
commodation, and to do it as prompt-1
ly as possible in order that the he-irt '
of men mn- hnv-o fnr lift1 fwn
meiii a:iu prosit rny.
"Knowing his brotherhood of heart j
in these ? reat mat'ers. it affords me
a personal pleasure to pninose tliat
Mr. t'lemeiK'2u shall be the perma
nent chairman of this conference."
LLOYD GEORGE'S ADDRESS
(Hy R'-vio-.v Lease 1 woe)
tiow.ng is the
PARIS. Jan. IS. Foiiowing
address of British Prii
I 1 ' t ' , .. ... . 1. ; . , . f . l.
. - - 1 , - ,
1 ' ' 1 ' ' 1 V.J.Iivi. .1'. f
"i count it not merely a pleasure
but a great privilege that 1 should be ,
expected on behalt cf the British era
l,ir,! delegates to support the motion
ot Pn.-side.it Wilson. I do so for this
eaou nu n ne ius su cio:iieni.i giv-
" expression to. as a tribute to the
U ht n 1 was a stn',"l bo' ?!r-
( leinenct-.iu was a rotr.Deiline and a
.. - . .
conspicuous I!gure in is po ltics of
far bevo'.nl the bounds of t
it ih.! fo;- that undoubted
1 fact, .Mr. President, I should have i
; j treated as a l.end the common report j tcgemcr as irienas; we must leave
i nf vnnr viiri I Ini'ii nllnnili) rreinvlthis llall 8S friends.
I piiinirnliif s ullfl Air I uniunponn omll
. ' " . ' " ' """
lnf)St enurinK ulld the I110st vouhfjl
,:.,. ,,,.., v-n ih-.t ' f -Mr
,., .,,,." ,, ,h ..,,. h'
he has hrd tne hoi-etuiacbs
t :u l ;s.-ness of youth. He is '
'lii-aiid young luan' of
Krar.i-e mid I am oroud to stand here
pi-.jpose that he should take the
chair in this great coniteuce that is
to settle the peace of the worid.
"I know of none better qualified, or
ii. :iifie.i tn nei nnv thia h:,ir
than Mr. Cieuieiiceau. And 1 speak i
lr;ui my experience in its claim.
hikI I linve lint :ilvvjV2 upreed
i -.i. veiv ett-i ;-e.'i We have
sotnetimes rtisagreed. and we have al-!
-,.avs expressed our disagreements
vtry emphatically, because we are our-i
'Hut although there will be delays,
and inevitable delays, in the signing
of peace, due to the inherent difficul
ties of v hat we have to settle I w ill
guarantee from my knowledge of Mr.
t'lemenceau that there will be no
wasts of time. And that is important.
World Wants Peace
"This world is thirsting and hungry
for peace. There are millions of peo
ple who want to get back to the w orld
woik of peace. And the fact that Jlr.
Clemenceau is in the chair will be
proof that they will Ket there without
any delays which are due to anything
except tne (llincumes wnic-n are es-
scntial in what we have have 10 per-,
form. He is one of the great speakers j
f tho i-rrlri lint n nno Lnnu-x net-
ill me kuiiu. 11111 iiu uuu biiu3 wi'Ui.n. o ,.,.,,..,, I in 11. that Iho rnv.
ter than he that the bin sneakina is
that which impels bonefitiont artioiw.
I have another reason. Uuring the 1
dark days we have passed tiirouh, his
courage, his unfailing courtesy, his un
tiring energy, his inspiration have
helped the allies through to triumph,
and I know of no one to whom that
victory is more attributable than the
man who sits in thb chair. In, his j
own person, more than any living
man, he represents rfhe heroism, he j
represents the genius of the indotni-,
table people of his land
"And-for the reasons I count it a
Continuous J to
11 p.m. TODAY
This includes the Wer Tax
premier 8 nesponse
' ' toll would not expect mo Keep i
! i-ii.tna ftTtfr ivlmt the tnu emlm'Tu i
statMmei,. w ho have just spriken. have j
s.,j, cannot help expressing my I
great, my profound gratitude to the'
illustrous president of the I'nited '
Suites, to the prime minister of Cn-ut .
Britain and to Baron Sonnino. for the
words 1 have just beard from their1
when I was young, as
".I- I f!...i' r.i h-14 reiilliwl In v.ni
when 1 was travelling in America i-nd
tn Kniilaiul. i always heard lhe.
lv. which .ometitnes went be-
-; ; ; h As I listened to the
- statesnian and to the Kiil-
lish statesman. I wondered w hether
they had not caught in Paris our na-
tional .disease of courtesy. Neverthe-
less, gentlemen, I must say that my
el;it.'ti(m is Jue Necessarily to the old
international tradition of courtesy to
the country which has the honor to re
ceive the peace conference, in its
'I wish also to say that this testi
mony of friendship, if they will allow
to me the word part of Mr. Wilson's
and Ir. Lloyd George's speeches have
touched me deeply, because I see in
them a new strength for all three oi
us to accomplish, with the co-operation
of the entire conference, the ardu
ous work which is entrusted to us. 1
gather from it a new confidence in the
success of our efforts.
''Preswert Wilson has snecial auth-1
ority to Say that thi, i tbe first time
i fact that the world has ever seen
assembled together a delegation of all
the civilized nations of the earth.
"The greater the bloody catastrophe
which has devastated and ruined one
greater and more splendid must be the
reparation not only the material
reparation, the vulgar reparation, if 1
idare speak so, which is due all Of us.
but''I(- nlBhr and nob.er reparation
of the new- institution which we will
try to eaWi.h. in order that nation
. 1 . 1 . . i
. ..r," -i
1 1 1 I ( I V ' I" IUIIIUU.1 "ttin, "IllV'l
stroy everything, heap up ruins, ter-
rorize the populace and prevent them
from going freely about their work for
fear of enemies which may rise up j
from one day to the next.
"It is a great.- splendid and noble j
ambition which has come to all of us.
It is desirable that success should
crown our efforts.
inis cannot taKe
place unless we an nr uiiui n.ieu
, ..,,.. d,tp1.mined ideas on what
we wish to do.
. l ,
i "1 said in the chamber a few days
I ago, and I wish to repeat here, that
su'l'es8 ls.n01 Possio.e umeSS we re-
ma,n ,,rmlJr nn,tea- e nave ccme
"Tliil cranllumon ic Iho firt
,-- .-""-v.. .....
,i 1.. .u .o All
must be subordinated to the necessity
of a closer and closer union among the
nations who have taken part in this
B"U var anu to tne necessu oi re-,
maining friends. For the league of na- j
hnnc 10 ' tm
It is vourself. It is for ;
'ou tJ i"ale it live antl make it live
we must have it really in our hearts.
"As I told President Wilson a few
days aso there is no sacrifice that I
am not wining to make in oraer 10 ac-
complish this, and 1 do not doubt that-,
you all have the same sentiment. We
win mane tnese sacnnces, out on uie
condition that weMideavor impartial
ly to conciliate interests apparently ,
contradictory, on the higher plane of:
greater, happier and better human
That, eentlemen, is what I had to
say to you. I am touched beyond
words at the evidence of gocjd will and ,
friendship which you show me.
"The program of this conference has
been laid down by President Wilson.
It I . r n Iaihtqi. t )t .1 n.n i n if 'l mnpn nr I
less vusi lecnioi v, liu iuiii;ri mc fjcavr
of continents; it is the peace of na
tions that is to be made. This program
is sufficient in itself. There is no
superfluous word. Let us try to ac'
swiftlv and well."
LONDON'. Jan. IS. A German gov-:
rnm. ttireie e .-.v that
j,niI, S heidemann. the foreign sec-j
. U;; "I ;
, , asgemWy F,.buarv ifi.
Was Eventually Cured by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered for
seven long yean with a lame back.
pain. 1 had one
physician after an
other but they did
me no good. I ri?ad
about Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vege- :
table Compound and ;
gave it a trial and in
a short time I felt
benefited and a m
now feeling fine, :
I' onu wiuioufc weur.
. nessornain. Manv '
of my friends have i
u I also taken Lydia t..
t'mkbam s V e ge- :
and been helped by
i it,"-Mrs. Marharet Ness, 1S-U5 tL 1
1 Hazzard St. Philadelphia., Pa. '
Women who suiter from displace
ments, irregularitioa, inrtamBiatior,
3 1 i
f. , u eeration, backache, sideache, head
S aches or "the blues" should not rest
4 until they have given this famous root
ana nero remecy, Lyuia t,. i niKnam 3
Vegetable Compound, a trial. If
complications exist, write I.ydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.. for '
special suggestions. The result of its
long experience 19 at your service.
'il'il f roir. i tn)
cnipi; i.! 1:1 Ih I'.ii.:-'! Sutte jimcI
that illiTi- ::re i.ia.i (. ,.!;. Im-;.i:;i!
laciiitii i car. f' the li-tiii : eii j
v;o;iiu'!e-! -r-liei s. , 1
Scu..;oi- Coii'.h :iiid ii as impos-.-ible
f : h!-'i to . uppurt- the hill tie-1
cuus j of .n:. 1 -t itn iierin rt'
HrcoT would n;tt: the disposition oi
' 111? 1.1MCS.
Obje-'s to Hoover,
'1 loo', er .- viev. pniiil is -'ic!i.
ii " lie'
j .hi-, money , ni.n."
! Senator Bor.h s.,ui
i shewe that tore.. vi4!
to turn (iff;
i'lVesi e.'iit ion
:r(.l f",i I'liii l Ii: 'e
v : ." : . :
l'c(eu attu etiiiiKjiifu i::e i;o'i .tuin:ii-,
J Utiation sim
h' has been i.i charge.
su' i he c: ! not iM' t.d
! to ,. that .Mr.' Ih.ov
it-r itad b-in ii:.'d 1
in any way, but that it was Hoover's
viewpoint in it p'iiiii'ti.l i. is l' be
Whiio press di.patche.i have J
scribed suffering at hoi!: for I :ck of
food, ih - !t! i! o senator sr.id the pack
ers a'treittej t:;t their war prolits
weie 41 iier c :il 011 cvuital iine-"d. I
Passage of the hi!!, h asserted, vould;
ln;re:.sc packers prolits. lie con
timlel it would be unjust to hold the
president respoti -ible lor crop
distribution. 's he would no;
how the moil":- sj.ent.
j TRANSPORT MEETS
j ,r pniiri-I CAC
; rllVjrl, rvJULirl
irontinne.l frcn Pa?- 0'"-
,ry in aU al)()Ut C(l nfrif.l,rs ar,(, lnon
.. , ramn Tavlor. Kiitnekv. a
icasual coiiitiany from Virginia, 34 c;is-
j . , n(tic.,r " , "i ....,. ..-..k !Wi wriln,i.
1 Tk vci..r..i;., ,i., i..,.re s
i ' ,,,tlll,iti,.1T ',-.,;
lmh. a dtltai.nlllHnt of ,he tll
jujoi , th? hraa uartPr:. c(,m,wnv.
-,H(.a) neta(.hn,ent end brtteries 15
1 an:' ( cf the 325th tield artillery. The
I cl"t.ch:n nt from the Stlth has been as
signed to Camp t!r:int. IDs., and the
j f.(iIJ artn,ery trinps to' rani'p Taylor
"50YLE ON SCOUT DUTY.
.'Tly Review Ia's'-'i Wir)
MILWAl'KEE. Wis., Jan. IS.
T.mn will Kent
. v,-ishe? for nl-n in
I IT. S',M for Pi. m
; tiih -'-.it for the
..HWaUKCe (1UU OI
I association next season. Dovle, who
i scciied Tor the Philadelphia
tionals last season, has already f'"--warjed
the signed contracts of a ra;
tery composed of Stanley Bertsn, n
cntchei- residing at Portsmouth. Ohio.
Dovle's home, and GoJfrev Hess, a
PUCIifr Ol inUilCOtlie, U.'.IO. OOJ le
u.,.,m,i t,.i.vilvTO-Pil.h in
as sr""1 for ,he Mlh a' ' lK'b two
i ca' d-)-
it makes a whole lot of differ
ence what kind of lumber you
use. If the iumber is to come
from us, you can figure on
1 i .1 -c
quantities mutii iioftrr iimii 11
you don't Specify US. There
IS no WaSt2 to our !umt)?r.
can be used to the lost irch. :
if your plans are C3 right as
our lumber ycur building wil!
be a dandy.
Bishoe Lumber Go
EMIL MARKS, Mgr.
Lowell Car Step. Phor.e 25
For the past two weeks, in accordance with the wishes of the food administration
the local bakers have sold bread at a retail price of 10c per 1 pound. But, since this
does not allow a sufficient profit for the producer, and with the permission of the
food administration, on Monday. January 20. the former price will be renewed,
which is at the rate of 22C per pound.
PRESS SITS IN
t::'!!' (' !'; ilel'"-!!" or .h'leuaiion
:i i'! 1. tie- : ,.:t:o!i t ;.) in ;.;iiei:i
..ud ;'i Hi'- ..ose of K. s'-.;ii.n t!:e
( oti 1.1' io.'i.'. l.v i'. re. i.i ,".ic:;t i.
"in iw of the f:u-t that n have
not been advised lo ti.e contrary, sve
ass.;ni: that a:iy rule d -itl!ed pre
jihi" ':'.i i'.i! l-:t.ve. n iisii-
viil'.ial .!"!c; at "S and ih" pre-, on th
subjects if 1 has nov
been abrogated n'ld ttiat tne pres i.
to hi" e aciess 1,) liie verb.niin rei--cVd-i
of 1 rece'-d'i'ts.
tat! tti'-. a-ten. ion of the pace
';te to n.r re.,u.-.' fir .: t . w-
, o. ft r
( r than lie din C on s- re!-r.'--;oiiia-lives
at eac. session of th" c:M' 1'-
nee . Ti.i we stibm.'t ti;at b' ' :i.l " of
the 'Milliter in wa?i i sveivl te-.-ss I
I lssih i ili'U'.s ;-er-. " ihe !ie .v: ;ia; ei s t;!
j Ari -rii .1 . nd t-i cs,-. ,e r.f ,'ie a:-i;ii-
1 ance upo.i the cor.!' ren.-e of nimier
o'.is iii-.i i Mnii; ,: .':s repre. :itiiti. e. 1
1 Hi" Ar"1-: ii .1:1 ijcwsrt.riers ca.inot
I carry on tlicr bi:-i-.es of iaformlng 1
j their Vi-st public vi;h fe . ei tiian fie!
rtpre. e;:tativ'.s. 1
r'l.580913 m killed!
FR ANCE HAS LOST EQUAL NUM
XKW YORK. Jan. IS France in
four ear.? of conflict, to preserve her
own liberty and that of the world, ae-
ctuding to Ar.ilre T:irlie. French high
; commissioner to the I'nitr-d States,
hr.s lost l.rnio.o'io men killed and a'.-
most as mar.v wound'd. America owes
Fran,.e a debt of gratitude not only
for this gr-at sacrifice, but also for
the renorted raving cf thousands of
lives in this country due to the Ui
covery by French peasants of a per
fes t remedy for stomach and intes
tinal ui'.nierus. the ingredients of
which a:e imported from France .by
Geo. Ii. M.'yr. a leading Chicago che::;-1
I . ..-I n in .rma.;'i i"t.l..r ihu i
'' rit 11 in ..j i.i. i . m u.au, , ...v.
name of Mayr's Wonderful K- iiiedy. It
iA a simple, harmless preparation that
rem.ives the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal fact and allays the inflam
mation which causes practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ail
ments, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refund'"!. I
Sold by Lowell Drus company end
cru?r,i:-.t every whete.
We do our own designing and
cutting, and try on each garment
bcfol-- completed. yeich assures
a perfect fit. Alterations, clean
ing, pressing and repai.-ing neatly
H. MICHAELS, Tailor,
Wit!-. Miller Shirt and Hst Shop
Main St., Bisbee
One of the World's Greatest "len Was a
Civil, Mechanical and Constructional
mathematician; inventor; electrical wiz
ard; botanist; naturalist; economist;
psychologist; writer and Philosopher!
Yet, as a youth, he once worked for $25
a year and board, until he bettered him
self through an Ad in Trie Review Classi
Copper Queen Hotel and High-gas Qfe
The Lest of everything at reaior.abb a la carte price.
A Special 60c luncheon dai!y. Also $1.00 dinner from
5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Regular P.o?.rd by the monlh. $45 00
HENRY POPFiiN, MANAGER
5 rTT C?
Wrii - lor our ''.'f Bullet Mi ei'
lii r st i' lior; i.rnl d-velc-;.nien' s Ml
ad : .v .I.toiu.' properties. ri'-K::!i '
United Verde Ex.
Our StaMsM.-al Tiepartmei.t will
f.i'hish itiiorurition 0:1 ail Arlio 1a
lis' mI mid t::!-s!ed st.)' V.s wir'riout
cinr-e. A'l .i-:.:iiH Stock- Hi-. -h'.
. S 'Id. Q.n.'t-l.
ESI LE INVESTMENT CO.
ock aed EonJ Dro'ters
Members L. A. Stsck Excharge
i Y. 4.H St., Lcs Ange'es, Caof.
THE OLD STAND
and Supply Co.
SPECIAL OFFER THIS WEEK
ONLY. ALL $C0.CO AND
$4500 SUITS FOR
$75.00 AND $65.00 SUITS FOR
FABRIC. STYLE AND FIT ALL
'We are the only tailors in the
city wha make your clothes in our
own shep. We can make your
clothes chesptr than ycu can buy
them ready nde.
We accept Liberty Bonds and W.
S. S. Stamps as Cash
TAILORS FOR MEN AND
Opp. American Eor:ss Cc.
Phcr.e 74 ' I.:am St.
Mrs. Jones Ishen
VOiCE BUILDING. TONE PRO
DUCTION and the ART OF SINK
ING. Krom the becinuiiiK to the
hie'.iest terfectii-n. Free v:ice trial.
Jl'lume (ireeu 721. for ai poinlme ::t.
Mm '0 vhiIq