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Graduation accessories of
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4 special lots tmomdnf
every white wad ami m
'Blazer" coats tesr&e
largest cofLtction to he een
m El Pasm
The Arcade Dafila u
VhH Ae Tea Room. '
IT 5U DIEGO
(Continued from page 1 )
made their way from Baals, a mountain
town in tno interior, to Masatlan. on
horseback mJing in By "
.iense brush to dodge bandits who are
MexfcaiM Friendly ew.
Dr Salton McGlbbon, who baa lived
eielit yeans at Masatlan. declared the
fueling ol Mexicans for Americans wan
Letter now than at any time in the
a Mexico alwajs felt suspicious of the
1 nlted States.' Dr McGlbbon said, but
j. resident Tan has done much to allay
this feeling:" M
I- McGiDbon declared there were no
rio-e than 80 Americans in Maiatlan
ivhen he left ana that they are to
danger. Capt Francisco Miranda of th
Benito Juarez confirmed this report.
REBELS LEAVE CITY
OF CTJLIACAN RUINED
Loot the City and Bum
Many Houses Before
Tucson. Arts.. April 29. All rebals
hare bee ordered out of Culiacan. as
there was nothing elae in Kt to loot
and most of the city was burned. The
loaders went to Navolata. to make peace
overtures to government officials., arter
asking Nelson Rhoadee, jr. to arrange
a peaoe conference Reports state that
the entire valleys of Humaya and
Tamazula rivers are In a state oi
Gasymas Prepared for Attaek.
Federal troops at Guayrnas are now
v ell armed to withstand an attack by
rebels or Yaquis, having received StO
ilfles and S8.009 rounds of ammunition.
Bent through the port of Nogales. The
shioment was -met at the border by an
agent of the Mexican government, who
conveyed It to Guayroas.
Tirade a Rebel Chief.
Justo Tirade former federal dictator
of Masatlan, recently reported assas
sinated by rebels, is much alive and
nas turned rebel. With 37 followers he
defeated a detachment of rural near
Mazatlan late Saturday, according to
advices received Sunday at the Southern
Pacific of Mexico offices here.
Tirado caotured the captain of a
federal command and shot him. lie
cut the wires between Presidia and
F.osario Mazatlan hourly fears as at
tack by Tirado and his followers. Two
bridges and 7f feet long were ais
covered burned, and it Is claimed
Tlrado's men burned them.
BOO! LOOKOUT; THE
JAPS ARE UPON US!
Douglas Hears That the
Whole Mikado Army Is
Ready, in Mexico.
Douglas. Arix.. April it. The 'Xf0?
peril" was brought home forcibly to
TVwglas b reports of the recent ar
rival at El Tigre. Son.. 70 miles south
east, of more than a hundred Japanese.
said to be an organised military iST0
radv to fight the United States.. They
sre said to make no secret of the fact
that the are ready any time to obey
orders of the home government to
take the field They have secured the
plans of all cities along the border, to
gether with strategic points and the
shortest roads to march between- given
points, .it is said
Fl Tigre Japs are said to make no
secret of the fact that they expect war
on the United States, and are preparing
for it The men are mostly veterans of
the Russo-Jap war.
Kl Tigre Japanese aver that more
than three hundred thousand country
men are in Mexico fully armed and
drilled under command of competent
MEXICAN' ARMY IS
raOKBASBD TO ee.OAA ME.V.
Mexican Government to Borrow Money
to Armband Boats the Extra Men
Rebels Flee 1e United States.
Mexico City. Mexico. April 28. A bill
authorizing -the flotation of treasury
noteg to the amount of 20,000,000 pesos
to be used to raise the fighting
strength of the army to 00,000 men
and to arm and pay them during the
present campaign, passed the chamber
of deputies Saturday.
The treasury notes are to be for five
rears at not over 4 1-2 percent and are
to be floated at 92.
A band of rebels operating in Ta
ma nil pas near Garcias. has disbanded,
and is supposed to have crossed Into
American territory, according to In
formation at the interior department
TWO ARE BOISD OVRR OS
ARMS SMUGGLING CH VKGES.
Sabino and Avalino Guadarramahave
been found over to the federal errand
lurv on charges of conspiracy to shiu
arms into Mexico. Testimony was tak
before Goorge B. Oliver, United, atoga
f-ommiseloner. Conspiracy was alleged
to ship a large quantity of arms and
ammunition which were confiscated in
connection with te arrest.
kl U O TQ Women as well as men are
VYJtlW XO ,-,., rn.s-rable b kidnev
and bladder trouble. Dr.
T3T A HIT?1 great kidney r e m e d v
Dlifl m ri. promptly relieves. At
, n.pci in fift cent and dollar size
1 i , nai hae a sample bottle by mail
'-.. Pu j j.M:niliiet Uine all about it
' -. -- Lt. Kil'iitr Ai Co, Binghdm-
We Will Continue
This Week the
Miss Ne&ton is in charge of this
if k' i 1 3i i.'i a u ti z& i ftl i fct H
mi K I ym e 1 B m m J f-.VXAw-hrfwnM
"77ie Store of Service"
SAYS CENTRAL HAS
PLENTY OF COAL NOW
Superintendent Recio Says
Smelters May Suffer if
Order Is Enforced.
Pedro Recio, superintendent of the
Mexican Central, arrived in Juarez Sat
urday night from Chihuahua. He has
come to the border to arrange with the
American authorities for the transmis
sion of freight over his line, which has
been prohibited to a certain" extent
during the last few weeks by the Mex
ican Central authorities, in Mexico
Mr. Recio says that his road has
plenty of coal to operate for some tinie
and that if any order prohibiting the
importation of coal into Mexico is put
Into effect it will be the big concerns
in Chihuahua and the interior, such as
the smelters, that will be affected by
HERNANDEZ WRITES j
Former Rebel, in County
Jail, Prepares Document
For Publication. '
Braulio Hernandez, cell 8. county
Jail, is writing a piece for the paper.
It is to be about the most recent revo
lution in which Hernandez was impli
cated, but from which he separated
himself, after his incarceration here.
Hernandez is charged with conspiracy
to smuggle arms into Mexico.
Surrounded by many sheets of paper,
the former secretary of state or Chi
huahua is Writing an expose of the so
called Orozco revolution. He says lt
will be given to the Mexican press by
giving it to an El Paso Mexican
Hernandez says he is tired of being
called a "piker" end that he has bees
robbed of credit of startiang what he
JUAREZ TIRES OF
Merchants and Citizens Pe
tition Col. Orozco to
Drive Them Out.
A petition Is being circulated among
the merchants and citizens In Juarez
to obtain signatures to have the "con
fidence men ordered out of town. The
petition will be presented to Col.
There are about CO of the "bunco
men" in the city and they have been
there for some time, taking the Amer
ican tourists who visit the city as their
victims. The merchants say they "come
Into the stores and grab the customers,
taking them to their games and fleecing
them. As soon as the tourists get off
from the street cars they are taken in
by the "confidence men" who claim to
be government guides, tourists, travel
ing men and the like, and work them
for what they have.
ASK REMOVAL OF
Agua Prieta Liberals Say
He Causes Trouble on
Doughvt. Ariz., Aprir 2. The Liberal
club, of Agua Prieta, at a meeting Sun
day, unanimously adopted a resolution
addressed to the Liberal club, of Mex
ico City, for presentation to the gov
ernment requesting the removal of
Manuel Cuesta. Mexican consul here.
The grounds alleged are that he is not
fulfilling the duties of the office prop
erly and is arousing hostility on both
sides of the line by a number of un
authorized arrest. The resolution
cites several alleged cases of this kind.
SMALL BOYS C.VTSK rAXTC
IX JUAREZ SUNDAY XIGHT
A number of small "boys started a
panic among the keno players in
Juarez Sunday night and caused several
of the rebel garrison in the town to be
placed under arrest because they ran
through the street late at night yelling
that the federals had, crossed the river
from El Paso and were entering
Juarez. The boys ran to the keno hall
rst giving the alarm there and later
to the theater.
Several soldiers who were In the
streets ran to the barracks and at
tempted to bring out their fellow sol
diers to repulse the federals, who were
reported to be coming into the city.
The poldlers were so insistent In their
efforts to brlns- out the other soldiers
J that the officers ordered them Jocked
up In the Jail.
HOSPITVL SIPPLIES SENT
TO THE SOI'TH BY RBBELS
, Several hundred dollars worth of
medicines, bandagres and other hospital
supplies for the rare of the -wounded
soldiers of the librral army have been j
'jituuKu uy me juarez representa
tives of the arm and were delivered to
them Monday morning. The medicines
will be shipped south Tuesday so as to
have them in readiness for the expected
battle hrtwecn the federals and the
BANK ASKS DKPOS1TOKS
Tt WITHDR VW THEIR FINDS
The Banco Nacional's Juarez branch
has ordered all of its depositors to
withdraw their deposits from that
bianch of the bank The bank has
c ased to operate in -luanz for the
pi.-or.r a"d the p-immts .f the de
posits ait bunt made in JJ1 J'.i--u.
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STORM DELAYS THE
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stormy weather 'according to wirelsa
A wireless message received from
the Mlnia indicates that there is little
hope of adding to the ISO odd now on
Capt. Decarteret, of the Mmla, jbe
lleves the Jtfackay-Bennett has pidkea
up nearly all obtainable. If his pre
diction is correct the bodies of Maj.
Archibald Butt. Mrs. Isidor Straus and
other prominent persons not reported
aT among the Identified dead will
never be brought to port for burial.
Vincent Astor and party reached
Halifax Sunday in a private car and
wtll art for New York with , C L
Astor' s body as soon as it WVf?;
The funeral of Col. Astor will be baM
at Rhinebeck. N- Y at the church
which he built. The services will be
J"..- v date will be fixed until
aft the arrival ofthe body In New
Trk" Mlnia Ha. 13 Beules.
From captain De Carteret o tb.
Minia. this message came this alter
noon for J. Bruce Ismay. president of
th? International Mercantile ,
Thus far have joeuro d on ly 13
Lnon-i! nTsearrfh SkS
JS& Thar tfiT 5S-2S wlK
t?tntnUttne message came from tho
tnlt the funeral ship would arrive to
day and relatives and friends hereto
Identify and take home the bodies
aboard that vessel, had begun moving
toward the dock yard.
SURVIVORS O, CRW OFTHK
Ply-mouTn. Bug' April 2.-One hun-
wftnied "jSe Vt he steamer
and landing of the sma 11 co
that remained of the c"wgteam'er.
manned the srt WWM J tr seamen.
Relatives trt "'KJ.wno inquired
while others were those wooing
regarding hf9ethwh 'Sf Trade offl
fhe plans of the ooaru oi tarracks
SSSSf theSn oTpnt hI-is
which eouMjWtta JV8S the sea
Olvmpic's crew. ThyaYJ."d had no
men that the board narneyBBahould
""hito "uch rreatment Jid after
;0f.wo-rV dtenUon the men were
ON METAL SCHEDULE
Cuiimiius Proposes Amend-1
i j. . m-tf "Rill
ment to a.tiiu.i
. iu the Senate.
Wartin5ton.rmC April M-Am-
WB'PL ifhe tariff law making a
WS2JtJon from the present duties
shrp TfS changes from the Demo
and varying "fVre. was introduced
crtic fr,,eClm0!m1ns of Iowa. Demo
by 8nftoJ.i, and nropressive Repub
cratic leaders ana P- find com.
j,can "SJjSoAhe basis f this bill
mon Kr00",-0! in the senate,
to force rev'sron i t Speeches.
wm Offlclall? Trw v
n m0t,mcral the senate today
souri. a remclne as publjc docu
ordered the P1" a"TaPft!l oston
"""' 0f'fVprPll?' Elating to ex-presi-Vl,
Roosevelt Mi Roosevelt's reply
2S the president , rejoinder, as printed
in the newspapers yesterday.
l" KtabC-nltnii Station t Xew Kirk.
Senator Catron of Sew Mexico .Ptro
du ed a bill In senate today to appro
nriate $25,000 for the establishment
oT a Uh culture station and $5,000 for
.. . ,.-, i-ells at New kirk, New
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(Continued from .Page One.)
to Murray Bay. Canada, that I remained
there until August, when I visited
Oyster Bay op Aug 3 and then went
to Washington on the 14th and left
Washington on August IS for a western
trip through .Iowa. Missouri, the xei
lowstone Park. Oregon, and Washing- j
ton. reaching Seattle Kept. 8. and sail- j
ing trom Seattle ior tne fninppmes on
Sept 13. I did not return to the United
States until the 20th of December, 1907.
Letter ap ETleeneo.
'I have a letter from Herbert Knox
Smith, commissioner of the bureau of
corporations written at my request,
in which he uses the following lan
guage: "On Not. 7. 1907. which date I fixed
from my personal diary. 1 telephoned
Mr. Perkins at the president's order
that the president took the view that
the bureau's investigation should come
before the suit."
"This indicates with certainty the
time when the matter was decided and
shows that if the matter did come be
fore the cabinet at all It must have
been after Sept. 24 and on or before.
Nev. 7, 1S07, a period when I was out
of the country and could not have been
present and certainly could not have
made a motion or suggestion in the
cabinet that no suit be prosecuted un
til after the investigation. Mr. Roose
velt asks why the suit has not been
brought in this administration against
the harvester trust.
"A report made to me by the attor
ney general shows that shortly after
the decision of the supreme court of
the Standard Oil and tobacco cases, the
attorney general was about to begin
suit aga'nst the International Har
vester company when Its representa
tives requested an opportunity, in ap
parenxlv -ood faith, to submit a reason
able plan of re-opgauization or disso
lution which would meet every Just
case of complaint. With my approval
the attorney -reral delayed bringing
the suit, pending the consideration of
this proposition- and during negotia
tions which ensaed looking to the ac
complishment of such result.
"These ' negotiations were delayed,
first, by reason of the time required
to make an' examination of the books
of the harvester company, and, sec
ond, because of the delay in completing
the reporfof the examiners, due to the
fact that they were obliged to suspend
work on it in order to complete
their work on the steel trust Investiga
tion. These negotiations continued un
til April 24, 1912, when as I have before
mentioned, they came to a conclusion
and it was determined thet no agree
ment could be reached which the gor
ernmeut could accept, and on that date
the attorney general was directed to
bring the suit,
"William H. Taft"
KOOSEAELT DECLARES TAFT
DID DISCUSS THE QWTSTIOX.
Boston Mass.. April 29. Flatly
contradicting president Taft. Col.
Roosevelt, aurmg his campaign tour
of Essex county today, isued a
statement replving to that made by
the president last night regarding the
Harvester "trust" case.
The president had stated that "so
far as my recollection goes, I never
heard the Harvester trust matter men
tioned in any cabinet meeting that I
Col. Roosevelt said in his reply. Is
sued in the form of a statement writ
ten on the train.
"I clearl remember Mr. Taft being
present at such d.scussion and taking
part in it."' He added that the president
bad treated thi, matter "in a way to
show that he subordinates the interest
of the people as a whole to the purposes
of tecurlng political advantage for
Col. Koosevel' s statement In part
Taft Repeatedly Dtaemned It.
"Of couise Taft was an.n a&
. r "'h '-''1 "nut- i was n' us
'p.s t . mattr " personal inter
on hr j urnc of death aad illustrates
storage ul lifeboats.
views with officials r the department
of comm-r.e and labor Including the
bureau of corporations and the depart
ment of justice but iiuth before and
after he i amt- back the matter re
peatedl was brought up in tne cabinet
and discussed at length. Mi Bonaparte
has stated in the letter I have quoted,
that Mr. Taft took the initiative In ap
proving the course I followed. My
memory Is to the same effect.
"Messrs. Garfield. Strauss. Bonaparte
and Cortelyou have stated that this
particular question was discussed more
than once In full cabinet meeting. I
clearly remember Mr. Taft beilg pres
ent at one such discussion and taking
part In it. Moreover. I remember that
Mr. Taft has now been president three
years and two months and it is non
sense to say that during that time he
has not had the fullest opportunity to
act on the harvester case if he so de
sired. "When he came back from this trip
abroad I went over with him not only
this case, but every other case of Im
portance, such as that of the Tennes
see Coal and Iron company, which I
thought might by any possibility have
any bearing on the general policy of
Was HU Duty to Act.
If he thought that the action I took
in the harvester trust was In any way
inadequate or reprehensible, tt was his
duty when he was in my cabinet to
protest, and it was even more his duty
after he became president to act at
"The action, which after three years
of inaction, he actually took last week
must have been taken in collusion with
the Lorimer Democratic senator who
introduced the resolution and could on
ly have been taken with a view to the
effect on the Massachusetts primaries.
"This case. Illustrates all the differ
ences between the attitude of Mr. Taft
and myself toward big business, and
Indeed, towards every species of busi
ness. I handled and have always han
dled every question of big business and
of all other business, not from the
standpoint of party or factional advan
tage, and without the least regard to
my own personal fortunes or to the po
litical fortunes of any one else, but on
its merits and with the sole object of
helping reach a satisfactory solution
of business problems in the interest of
the entire people of the United States.
"Mr. Taft has treated this Harvester
trust question in a way to show that
he subordinates the Interests of the
People as a whole to the purpose of se
curing political advantage for himself.''
CIIAMP CUAIUC HAS OOOD
CJIAXCB TO CARRY COLORADO,
Colorado Springs. Colo.. April 29
Former governor A. V. Dockey of Mis
souri addressed the democratic con
vention here today in behalf of Champ
Clark's candidacy. He declared the
repu oilcan party was derided on na
tional issues aad added that -the elec
tion of Champ Clark as president
Would put the right man in the right
iIae at the right time:"' that "Clark
as president would give every one a
square deal, but net the Roosevelt
kind of a "-ciuare deal."
At itoou tk c-ff"tion took a recess
to aai; r ports of committees,
flnrk lie, tfeed Chanee.
That Champ Clark's candidacy for
the .residential nomination on the
democratic national ticket would be
endorsed by a practically unanimous
vote today at tne state democratic
coi.vcnticn is apparent. Sentiment in .
I amone tin- vn.n cmfwyp shrdlushrd
his favor t-rew rapidlj oier night j
among mc itn. :! .... .-tau,
Tho state eiecutive committee re-cou-inded
Frank J. Annls. of Fort
Collins. i r temporary chairman, and
L. V SmiiU. of Denver, for temporary
Tk.. j.rnnriinent of the selection
Mr Annis f-' temporary chairman, ip !
plaic .C rtate s r.aior . . Adams, of
Conej-.-. ccriy caused some surprise.
I'U'iois wen.- tiff that the progressive
i'actl mi from Denver had succeeded In
tie..kins tne Speer machine.
HK KRIDGB WILI- SI'lHI'
LIKORXIA FOR ROOSEVELT
San Fin.iaco. Calif-. April 29 Albert
.1 K.--iiili.e tormer urn states sen
ator iron' In.hana, will arrive here next
FinU to take the stump for Theodore
. r . . I. .- f..a..AP T Titter" C.r...
Former senator Bevendge will leave
I Indianapolis Tuesday and expects to
remain l..ie for the duritlon of the
j . ir"i'uign. His, itinerary has not buen
Strawberries 10c Box
Do you like strawberries that are fresh? .
Nice Fresh Strawberries 10c Box.
Oyster Plant, Cp
2 bnnchee .
DON'T FOROET WE SELL
American Beauty Flour, 24 lb. sack .-.-. . .$1.00
Flake White Soap, 7 bars for 25c
Boulevard Butter (the best), 3 lbs. for $1.00
BOULEVARD P1653634 Aate1853
Or for Highland Pirff. f R I FRY
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Smith's Ice Cream
We are now manufacturing and distributing thi Ice Cream, tkat ha , be
come so great a favorite wkh the people of EI Pate. We abe continue
to serve the people of El Paw with the best hmB: that k k possible to
produce. Reraesaber that "
is the milk that is safe and that our production is considered by authorities
the very best.
Phones: Aula 1156; Bell 340 or
WITH KiiLJriG 6(81
Woman in Globe Arrested
on Verdict of Coro
Globe. Aria. April SS. Charged with
poisoning her six day old baby with
carbolic acid. Mrs. Ange Nicklanovlch.
a Slavonian. lies today In the same bed
where her child was found dead yes
terday. Physicians stated that sne was
too weak to be removed to the county
Yesterday morning other foreigners
in the house according to local offi
cials heard the screams of the tiny In
fant emanating from the room, in which
Mrs. Xlcklanovich slept and. running In.
found her with a bottle of carbolic add
in her hand and the babe beside her.
Its face burned and seared by the
A physician was hastily summoned,
but arrived too late. A coroner's Jury
was hastily summoned by Judge
Thomas and the matter thoroughly in
vestigated. The Undine of the Jurv
was that the infant "came to Its death ,
by poisoning with carbolic acid, ad
ministered with the hands of Its
mother, with criminal intent."
STONE MAY BEEAK
New York. X. Y-. April 29. A sub
committee of five railroad general man
agers will meet Messrs. Xeifi and Knapp
At a conclusion of a conference of the
engineers' committee, chief Stone said:
' I am dissatisfied with what I think
is procrastination on the part of the
railroad managers. Unless they submit
a definite proposition today I will de
mand that one be submitted before noon
tomorrow. If they do not. 'I will take
It was understood Mr. Stone meant
that he would break off the negotiations
HOLD TJP A TRAIN
Douglas, Arizona, April S9. The
Kacczail tram from the south today
.a mdef'.niMly delaed on account of
burned bridges. Into-nation as to the
number burned or th- cause Is unob
tainable now. It is supposed here to
be the work cf thi- Ysidro Sscobosa'd
The rearing of Jfsus Moreno and ,
Francisco- Sanson, accused of con- !
spi .-v f rl"l t- neutrality by Import-
inz jrn. m-o Mxi.o. being held to- j
rfT hv v s ..nm'M'ioner games, con- I
ducted l.y V attorney Morrison. The
aearine ot Lopes, Torres and. VilUreal
charged with enlisting men to serve
airmndt n friendly fv;egn power, will
hi held today.
Get Your Share of the Prize
The $16S."0 to be distributed next
Saturday, Mav 4. through The Herald's
Amateur Advertising Contest should
not be ovriooiwu- . mi nave j
ample time to re-wme mo aavertise
ments. If vou can t re-write them all.
re-write a many as vou can. as euh
one accepted means J-.50. Tour copv
should he handed to the advertiser or
Ti t- Her-ii.i not later than Wednesday,
The ordinary cost or a Want Ad In
The Kl Pno Herald U Is cents. It
reaches an average of about 70.090
r a lrrs ei h issue.
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423 N. Oregon St.
SUIT TO DISSOLVE
I To Be Filed bv Attoraev
G-eneral in Minneap
Washington. D. C. April 29. A ci' il
antitrust suit seeking the dissolution
of the International Harvester com pan'
under the Sherman law, will be filed
in Minneapolis tomorrow. This is thn
ontmination of an investigation extend
ing ever five years.
The International Harvester cosapanv
is a $14.606,eo corporatloa composed
of six subsidiaries McCormick. Deer
lng. Champion, Milwaukee, Osborne and
The refusal of the company to sepa
rate in any plan of dissolution, the
McCormick and Deering companies,
said to be Its two principal subsidiaries,
rendered futile the efforts of attorney
general ,.Wlckersham and the Interna
tional's counsel to reach an agreement.
The government maintain that th.j
socalled trust controled from SS to 90
percent of the harvester bmsines of the
country and the McCormick and Deer
ing firms represented from 9 to ;
percent of the business. Under these
conditions the attorney general refused
to consent to any plan which held the
McCormick an Dee ring companies as
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The J18S 59 to be distributed next
Saturday. May 4, through The Herald s
Amateur Advertising Contest should
not be overlooked You still hav
ample time to re-write the advertise
ments. If you can't re-write them all.
re-write as many as yon can. as ea- i
one accepted means $2.50. Tour cop -should
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The Herald not later than Wednesday
SARQKVT GBTS POSITION.
Washington. D. C April 29. Dr "W.
H. Sargent has been appointed a mem
ber of the penslop board at Phoenix.
The EpKe Waafc Ads are the
see that bring the moat replies
they ace the ones that s read
witk the greatest degree of satis
faction. When you writ a Woat, tell
all the important faets. If you are
advertising for help, tell just what
to to be expected of the applicant.
As a matter of fairness, those who
seek employment should know all
tt principal facU regarding a po
sition, so tfcat only those who are
oapeble of filling sucn a place will
be expected to apply.
In locating a position through
tfce Want CWunws, state your
quatfffcatkxH plainly and concise
ly, tell of yew experience and
enumerate enough, et the facts, so
tm those who aie seeking work
ers will have Ml eaough informa
tion, if tfiey are interested, to
communicate whh you.
The explicit Wants tell clearly,
concisely, in a minimum number
of words, just the thought than
is to be expressed.
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Valley Aftoeragna, large
bnnehea, 2 far -.
per lb :
3 lbs. for