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THE important thing is that you:
of excellence. You emphasize this p
label; every man knows that this sto:
Unprecedented quality, style, value,
in Hart Schaffner & Marx fine clothes.
Great Display of finest haberdash
Famous makes of hats in authentic
The Headquarters for Young Men's
A great Overcoat Store.
Collar Bags and Combination Sets.
In short, the best merchandise p<
unreservedly guaranteed. Any pur
before or after Christmas.
The D. J. Chanc
The Home of Hart Sc]
F HCONE 186. -
T HE MVIAN N ING T IME Shasenauhbt
PUBH IIED) EVERY W~EDNESDAY.Agu swemyagis
1. I. APPELr ------ --- -.-.-..--.-.......Editor s l to . T a n i h e e
F. 1M. slOPE---------------- ------usiness Manager admk oefr orm
GREETINGS. bo nteWsencvlzt
We sincerely extend to you the compliments of this O oreeeyAeia
Christmas season. May Providence deal gently and gen- o eiomyb copi
erously with you and yours, to the end that in the fulnessl)5ib.Btheroesb
of life and the ripeness of age you may reap bountifullyapertohevegemn
ot the~ blessings that accrue to man and womankind. Assemnoearasluint
you follow the Star of Destiny through life, may your ao
acts and your' *xamples he such as to prove an inspira- Fo h aso rsd
tion to others who are yet groping in the shadows ofevrpesdnhahdte
existence. We wish you a Merry Christmas, a Happy wt hr.Ec a a i
New Year and a prosperous and extended journey adi srmral o i
WILL AMERICA RED)EEM MEXICO?ortnsfthfurefth
Now that the election is over and Mr'. Wilson has beenoufrbesbqeahdt
entrusted with the reins of government for another fourTwnyeasgoCbw
years, there is one piece of work that will forcibly do- a eioi oa.W a
mand his attention, and that is the pacification of Mexico.heantoyseisnjyn
We are well aware that the Mexican problem presentswhchenauladntg
great difficulties, view it from whatever angle we may.Wecndthsaefru
But they are difficulties that may and can be overcome, d h aefrhr u
and as time goes on it becomes more an~d more apparent
that it is up to the United States to overcome them.
The truth of the whole matter is that Mexico is suf-TOMAYM
fering, from the same misrule from which we freed CubaSasaldigouhrag
-the decadent Sp~anish' rule. "~ite utpli iss
.Mexico is a republic only in name. Not the first prin- wtou n r l n hp
ciple of popular rule has over prevailed in that country.
The forces that have always controlled her destiny havenayhgtoS.Lisget
been .those bequeathed by Spain. With misrule and op-londivwegtfrhm.
pression on the one hand, and sullen hatred and resent- Ti tmtlsatl hts
ment on the other, it is smsall wonder that she has been eeyfre h a nti
in a perpetual state of unrest and turbulence. Wysol tb huh
President Diaz was the only ruler in her history who poue ntefrso u
ever maintained a semblance of order, and he did so tehnso afadznm
solly y he seof hemaied an. Snc hi dyfporth cosumil ecoinor
Iis Christmas Gi t
r gift shall carry with it an assurance
oint with merchandise bearing our
re is the home of fine quality inmen '
Beautiful Ties in fancy boxes, 5c. to
Fine Waistcoats in silk and wool.
Bath Robes with Slippers, to match,
$6.50 to $12.50.
Motor Robes, $10 to $15.
Silk Hosiery--English and American,
an extra value at $1.
Large Assortment of knit and silk
Mufflers, $1 to 56.
>ssible, sold at moderate prices and
chase not desired may be returned
tier Clothing C
1affner & Marx Clothes.
mnarchy. Anarchy prevails Take the case in point. Ordinarily theefre'
holesale brigandage. would have sold to a small stock jobber, he to a shrier,
he idea of intervention, the he to another gobetween at the other end of the r~ue
ipparent that it is the only when the stock would possibly have reached themeiasolstidybfrwhmtwsinne. . packer
:ly the intolerable state of The action of those Mississippi farmers is to be comn
neconceivable. Mexico is a mended. The farmers of this community might do well
on, and only Western civi- to afford a like opportunity for commendation.
They would get more for their products and the ulti
wishes that the redemption mate consumer in the end would pay less for the ne.
hed by peaceable means if sities of life.
Aing made in that direction There are too many middle men. And middle men'
as negligible. The matter expensive and in many cases wholly unnecessary
>day than it did fifty years
mnt Buchanan until today,tbraehrlyheefr
same difficulties to L'ontend Eio ann ie:sho ossi a ont o
vexing "Mexican question," Oeo h otpitc C')pI o ~ikywe h onyI
ilar have been the circum- Ihv vrhadb ooe ihiltrcadhnr~so it
face. "eprne"b ~v .W i-U ninrneadciewt
atobut the unborn gen- mn nteArcnM .Cuc nutilefcec n h
t unhappy land demand oflatudamonn.vryhrcfrbtecienbt
some of the blessings thatrhirecrmalatiaeaanthmsbtercolsndabt
as in as pitiable conditionevrpesnithcorgaonTe
remade and rehabilitated agmn a oneladpru-Pne n hn ite
that peace and prosperity thrb'aninorow__
happy Mexico. We shouldenuht(Iikwikya alnoFrmWkad'Le
vill we do it?itec mot buitisilwre
[DDLE MEN. tecuc epet o nylv
moalfrcs to sopthurall ofo oiepaper:t *mn..u~k
ippi farmers got togetherAtteedothsricsapeg refrmilamlo oieb
ed a car load of very ordi-wataeanneryerymnadirndWnvrI
ng as high as ten cents a temnse' ad ldigta ' I'ii~ cin%~i eu~
iould be of deep interest to fviyneonrehriClr'ngwlV0sydwn
ig to sell.abudeien suhasmo frm iu. ou ii
necessary that every thin hspli pt~~dyI ol ijefo oe~fe
country should go throug~Fo ~sadositcnI ssf ognte~~L~iel4
to sav ever hear y a olor edb
ddemneoeotrace s eac the Afin M.E CoufrhO. hy u
whiskry.rinkers abod t. n efe to h i n"Uudh~~h 4~