EL PASO HERALD
Monday. January 10. 1921. &
WILL OPEN IN
ALMOST every sort of fowl there
is money In will be on exhibition
In Liherty hall all week at the
tenth annual poultry show Chickens.
fks. turkey geese and pigeons
wii! vie with ach other for the at
tention and admiration of human
spectators. The show will open at
Every bird displayed will be the
finest of its owner's feathered posses
ions. At least 250 birds from outside
El Paso are entered in the contest for
the prizes which amount to more than
$1000 In addition to cash prises
there will be ribbons, silver caps and
i ther trophies,
Tm See Chirk Pek Shells.
W. y. Pierce, of Chicago, is the
judge for the show and will deter
mine whose birds are best and whose
second and third best. William Sperling-,
secretary of the El Paso Poultry
association, has charge of the snow.
The pesltry shew this 7ar Is to
be the Iargent in the fcfetery of
the city. The proposition has
grown mo large that the local er
ganlsatloa mar se the basts far a
larger organlaatfoa to be known
nm the Trl-State Peltry associa
tion, which vrfll take In Arizona.
Aew Mexico awl Trent Texas.
One of the most Interesting features
of the show is to be a demonstration
of the hatching of chickens by means
of Incubators. Chickens In various
Toklo. Japan. Jan. 10. Increased
socialistic activity continues to be no
ticeable in Toklo, A P&rty of social
1 sts attended a night fair in the
suburbs of Shlnagawa and taking ad
vantage of the large crowd persent
held a successful opon air meeting
and sold a quantity of socialistic lit
erature. When police arrived the so
On the previous afternoon a clash
took place between several police of
ficials and socialists when the police
raided a chemist's show where a
' uant'ty of socialistic literature had
teen on view.
The police carried off the docu
ments and the socialists are threat
ening a civil action for the recovery
of their property.
SHIPPING DEADLOCK CONTUfUKS.
Melbourne, Australia, Jan. It. The
deadlock in the shipping strike con
tinues and is having serious effects.
.No trains or trams are running nere
ore at Perth on Sunday, owing to
Thin? You Can
Put On Flash
If 70a are thin, weak, nervous or
run down, It's ten chances to one that
Blood Iron Phosphate will not only
help you to put on flesh, hat that It
will also help yon to look and feel
stronger and better than you hare for
months. Go today to Cordell One
Co. or any other irood druggist and
set enough Blood-Iron Phosphate for
a three weeks' trial: It costs only
J 1.50 50c a week and it's almost
certain to do yon a world of good.
Anyway, you don't risk anything, for
Blood -Iron Phosphate is so good that
vou can try it for three weeks under
a guarantee of satisfaction or money
back proof of Its real merit. Better
try it today Adv.
'Thanks to Ware's Baby
Powder, My Baby Boy
is Fine and Sturdy"
This famous Medicine femgkt
Quick and Lasting Relief & bad
case of Bowel Tree We.
On May 25th, 1920, Mra E. Hovatd ot
Marqacz, Texas, writes : "My 'uttle tOT
was a year oia wncn an i "- i
We tried eTerythmg we had 00 Beard of.
SSSJ-S 222J!lPEi2?Z .
change in every vay until be got entirely
welL Thanks to the powder, he b s fine, (
artnevW Ka-W nf tltYt mTl. I SSI ttOW HIT-
' , 'TT . t - a -.a ,y - ,
ing it to my 7-mooth-oM baby girl w-ta tac (
sang good .results. . . t
Ware's Baby Powder is jut ss -mtf iMiM
i3 cases ot teetsunr. wvmmar cotjhik
raiarh trouble. Gim to
(vi nmfH witlt nor and water.
lor; to take it. Perfectly haiiafcsa. At l
dreggjsta. 60c and $1.20 the package.
THE WASS CHEMICAL CO. Data.
TAKE PRESCRIPTION A-aeoi
A onlrutlon; treatment Foi rheumatitm
and set It Hwhre. th. creoo. ij-
-oecist ot r- .-..itpeitf tor Slav
Eater XUbmA 3d Sf .awl ISth St,KYtrk
kbmeybeck wtteest sHsttea
tt mnrrs salvs fajbia ts
mat La eat of ITCH. BQggatA.
Itchier skin iHieaafi. Fries
He a draaziata. ce direct treat
tLWiu asseto Ca-itu naln
Cordell Urns I eatvaay.
After Inventory Sale
"the dinnerware house"
107-109 N. Stanhm
Haviland China, set 33 1-3 Off
French China, open stock dmnerware 28 Off
Japanese China, open stock cfisaefware 28 Off
Bavarian China, open stock dMenvaie 28 Off
Ftftcv Ckiat, Art Pottery, Cat Glass, Decs- 20)
rated Glass, Fancy Castereles k Frames, 'V
Malwguy Trays, Decorated Tea Pols OFF
Decorated Semi-Porcelain Dinnerware. open stock. 15 Off
Tkts is a stock rtwacBon sale aad we gBaraatee ikese prices as
low as at aa? tame deriag ike presest year.
stages of lncabation from the first
placing of the eggs to the first peck
ing of the shell will be shown by lira
H. V. Bandy, of Lrs Crnces. N. M.
All of Liberty hail will be taken up
by the exhibits.
SoepHM To Be KiMMted.
Six hundred single birds and 100 pen
entries hare been made, according to
Mr. Sperling. He said that there were
more outside exhibits this year than
there were in the show of last season.
Seven states have sent in entries, cov
ering a great variety of birds.
An entry of special Interest Is the
21 seabright bantams from Moneta,
Calif, entered by J. J. Dean. Silver
wyandottes will be SB exhibit in El
Paso for the first time, as will be a
pen of ring necked partridges, entered
by the Border Seed company.
A pen of nine months old bronze
turkeys from east Texas is among the
H. P. Maby has brought JO while
and Columbian wyandottes from Bis
bee, Ariz, which he expects will take
Poultry supply companies of El
Paso are arranging interesting ex
hibits of their products. The Border
Seed company, the Purity Feed com
pany and the Wise Seed company
have reserved space. The Grandview
Poultry farm of Tsleta will have a
special aiapiay 01 wane usnvru.
makes a meal
Kama Ostrich gave a special per
formance Sunday. She layed a S
nound egg. It fell with a loud crash.
The ostrich family gathered around
and Investigated the big crack In It.
Mama tossed her head scornfully and
bit into It. She swallowed the chunk
she broke off and they all went for
it voraciously, shell, yolk and all.
The keeper came running. "Did she
lay Itr he called. "I thought she
would; she lays every two days."
He looked regretfully at the
wrecked fruit at his feet.
Those eggs are equal to hen's
eggs," he informed inquirers, "and
Just as good."
He showed S round, creamy ones
snuggling wormly in a clean, thick
blanketed bed in a box.
He says it's too cold now to let
the females set on the eggs.
One of the baby squirrels at the
wheel -cage wanted to go 'round like
its little brother. It jumped for the
revolving wheel. A spoke caught its
little chin and It was badly hurt. The
keeper who Is first aid surgeon, too
bound up Its face and It is con
valescing in a little hospital of its
Living off El Paso are about 400
blackbirds that filch feed from the
ducks every morning when they are
given breakfast. There are a few
sparrows vial ting some of the fancy
bird homes. They squeezed through
the meshed wire and are enjoying
themselves in the limbs of a little tree
In the enclosure. They eat what the
The cutest things tn the park are
the little foxes. "Peart" describe,
them better than any ther adjective.
Several beautiful, languorous, lopy
wolves attract dog lovers. One lobo,
tawny-haired, is a great tmmite.He
is almost as beautiful "Fritz, Har
v wiinn'i German notice dog. But
Mexico North Western
Officials Go On Trip
. ' To Inspect Properties
A special train carrying officials
of the JCexteo Northwestern railway
left Juarex Sunday for a week's in
spection trip of road properties.
Pearson, Madera and Chihuahua City
are Included In the itinerary.
The party consisted of R. H. Smith.
G. A. Montgomery. A. L. Ketone, E.
Couzens. P. B. Poucher and J. M.
MacdonneU. of Toronto, and I R
Hoard. vice president and general
manager Mexico Northwestern rail
way, and G. H. Bussing, general su
perintendent. One Killed As Fire
Destroys City Hall
Oa.V T . fA Tkviaa
.JAW, PsaPsa... . -tw.
man wa9 turned to death when fire
destroyed the city hall at Swift Car-
reru eajiy today. According to re-
ports received here at 11 a. so, the
names were menacing tne enure cxiy.
JOINT COMMISSARIES FOR
RUSS, UKRANIA. SAYS DISPATCH
Stockholm. Sweden. Jan. 19. A
military and economic convention be
tween the Russian and Ukrainian so
viet republics was signed at Moscow
December 28. says a dispatch to the
Dagens Nybeter frm Helsinslors.
The convention provides that the two
states shall have Joint commissaries
for national defence, foreign affairs.
RAILWAY OWNERS PLAN TO
OPPOSE CLOSED SHOP FIGHT
Chicago. Ill, Jafu is. Plans to
combat any attempt by the railway
brotherhoods to continue their fight
for collective bargaining and the
closed shop through national boards
of adjustment will be made at a na
tional conference of state manufac
turers associations Wednesday, It
was announced in a statement issued
tonight. More than 400 delegates
from 20 states are expected.
State senator R. M. Dudley, of El
Paso, aided by members of t' e 1
Paso chapter of the American Asso
ciation of Engineers, has prepared a
bill which he - will introduce at the
present session of the Tens legisla
ture calling for engineers and archi
tects to be licensed before they cap
practice in this state.
The bill provides for the governor
to appoint a board which would have
the power to hold examinations and
issue licenses. Two of the hoard
members would serve one year, two
would serve two years and two would
serve three years and, as their terms
expired, the governor would appoint
others to take their places. Members
of the board would be paid their ex
penses and $10 a day while In session.
They would be required to hold at
least one examination a year.
A fee of $20 for the examination Is
provided In the bill as well as an an
nual "renewal of license" fee of from
$5 to $10 thereafter.
Any person who has practiced as
architect or engineer in the state
prior to the act's becoming effective
would be granted certificate without
examination. Those wishing to prac
tice after the law has gone into ef
fect would be required to take an ex
amination, and a majority vote of the
board members of the vocation for
which he is being examined.
Certificates may be revoked under
the proposed act if an Impartial hear
ing before the board should establish
that the holder has been gailty of
malpractice. Securing a certificate
through fraud, gross incompetency,
recklessness In construction of work,
fraud or deceit In professional prac
tice, conviction on a felony charge,
drunkenness and addiction to the drug
habit might be preferred as charges
for revocation proceedings.
Persons who assisted Mr. Dudley In
preparing the bill are L. A. White and
C R. Folk, representing the El Paso
chapter of the American Association
of Engineers, and W. EL Robertson,
L. hL Lawwn, J. La, Campbell. Laxnar
Cobb and Forest Baker, representing
the southwestern division of the association.
U. COAL PRODUCTION
FIGURES FOR 1920 GIVEN
Washington, D. C, Jan. 10. Coal
production in 1920 totalled 45,000,
000 tons, the largest peace year out
put in history, the geological survey
The estimate of total production,
both of bituminous and anthracite for
last year was exceeded only by the
war year productions of 1917, when
52.000,000 tons were mined, and of
1918, when the output was 678,000,000
GAIN IN COST
Washington, X. C, Jan. 10. Ex
penditures of the average family for
rent, fuel and light, not only resisted
but ran counter the last six months
of 1920 to the general tendency toward
a lower price level. It was shown In
figures compiled by the department
or labors bureau or statistics.
The figures made public cover ex
penditures of average f am Hies in
Baltimore. Cleveland. Chicago. Detroit.
New York. Philadelphia. San Francisco
ana uakiand and Seattle.
The average cost of living In these
cities January 1 was Ot.2 percent more
than in 1914. while at the end of June
it was 115.1 percent. Using the 1914
costs as a base, the percentage of In
creased cost of the following items in
June and December were:
Food. Jane, 110.9; December. 75.6;
clothing. June. 191.2; December. 1S9.S;
housing. June. 41.S; December. 49.;
fuel and light, June. 57.0: December,
79.0; furniture and furnishings, June.
191.8; December. llXt.
The percentage Increase tn the cost
of living in coast cities over 1914 were
given as follows: for June and De
San Francisco and Oakland. 94 and
25.1; Seattle, 110.5 and IU
Plan Mooie Campaign To
Unite Country And City
Chicago, I1U Jan. 10- A plan for
a moving picture educational cam
paign through which it is hoped to
bring the city and the farm closer
together and solve many problems
now confronting farmers have been
announced by W. E. Skinner, secre
tary of the National Dairy associa
tion. For this purpose. Mr. Skinner said,
the Farmer's Film corporation has
been formed and exonerating with it
will be the federal department of ag
riculture, state departments of agri
culture and stats agricultural col
leges, the American Farm Bureau
Federation, the National Dairy as
sociation, the American Bankers' as
sociation, grange movements and co
operative buying and marketing as
sociations. U. S. IN DUAL PROBE
OF LUMBER ORGANIZATIONS
ConfIna4 rron aaars 1.1
or Indirect object Invasion of eonatl
tntional guarantees." ...
It would be unwise to ssreaor
broadcast the plan of organ Lai ag- your
committee and this especially if the
organization Is to be comprehensive
of the Industry, because the very
magnitude of the plan would chal
lenge attention and arouse suspicion. '
sftf&etunea l rnrticc.
Numerous extracts from correancn-
dence. said to have passed between
officials of regional organization
are given in the report to support
the commission's charge that Issu
ance of price lists from time to time
was an "established practice." The
correspondence quoted Involves West
Coast lumbermen's association. West
ern Pine Manufacturers' association.
Association of Hemlock jfaanfactur-
ers and Michigan Hardwood associa
tion. The report contains documents in
support of further charges that the
association nan conmaieHuy sougni
to eliminate eompctitkn not only in
orices. but in eomnetlBe woods and
also to restrict production in the In
terest of price levels.
Contained in the report Is a table
showing average realisation, aver
age costs and average margin per
thousand feet of the Kansas City
group of Southern pine manufacturers
for the years lslS to 11 Inclusive,
and average price and margin for
Hay, 1920, as compared with average
costs for the first three months of
H? - This table shows that In 116
the realization was 11-09 below coat:
that in me it waa $1.38 above: in
117. 6. above: HIS. -41 above;
11. J! 54 above: and In May. 1!.
BRITISH LEADERS. PRESS
AGAINST BIGGER NAVY
(Continued from page X-.
which Is rightly not considered think
able by most of us." considers that
under existing conditions of mine and
submarine warfare, the British fleet,
were it twice as big as it is. could
not venture Into American waters,
nor could the Americans, with thrice
the number of dreadnoughts they
possess, venture to approach the
Incidentally, the Saturday review
puts In a strong plea for the sale of
the West Indies by Britain to the
United States, in order to reduce
British indebtedness to America,
without sacrificing British trade interests.
WITH BIG LION
Visalia, Calif.. Jan. 10. W. C.
Bruce, official lion hunter for the
California fish and game commission,
recently killed his eighty-seventh
mountain lion after he had been
knocked to the ground by t e beast
and forced to fight for his life with
his bare hands against the giant ani
mal. Bruce had been scouting the dense
underbrush of the Sequoia National
park's more remote sections and had
already bagged four of the animals
which have been more numerous this
season than for several years. In the
vicinity of Crystal cave, along the
famous Black Oak trail leading
through the Sequoia to Gen. Grant
park, he came upon his fifth Hon in
14 days. Five shots, apparently di
rect into the head of the beast,
brought no result- The lion sprang
at Bruce, who was knocked to the
ground by the blow, but owing to
the lion's fast ebbing strength from
the five shots. Bruce was able to
ward off the great paws until an
assistant could strike the lion across
the face with a heavy rock. Able to
free himself. Bruce succeeded in re
covering his rifle and sent a sixth
bullet into the animal's brain.
Badly clawed and bleeding from a
dozen wounds, the huntsman was still
able to shoot down a sixth lion, ap
parently his antagonist's mate, be
fore cainji was reached.
The hunter expressed the opinion
that the lions of the park region have
now 'been cleaned out. He has bagged
six and three others were killed by
PIMA SHERIFF IN AUTO
WAR WITH SUPERVISORS
Tucson. Ariz.. Jan. 10. Though the
new official year stfil Is young, war
already has been declared between the
offices of the board of supervisors and
sheriff. The latter is Ben Daniels,
erstwhile battle companion of CoL
Roosevelt and with experience in
keeping the peace that dates back to
Dodge City in its most desperate
days. The new officer called on the
supervisors to pay the upkeep cost
of the Daniels automobile. Instead
there was passage by the board of a
resolution contracting with a Tucson
taxi man to furnish all road trans
portation needed by the sheriff.
At the first call, the taxi men drove
around a bright new flivver, an
nounced as the sheriffs own especial
chariot. Daniels refused it with scorn.
The taxi man insists that flivvers ars
allowed under his contract. The
supervisors are "standing pat.
In the meantime there is fear that
bootleggers and boose runners are
using the roads with a sense of fullest
security against speeuy pursuit.
LOVE THEME IS
The eternal triangle without its
usual sordid details is the plot of "The
Restless Ser" showintr this week at
the Palace theater. Stephanie CI eland
adopted daughter of John CI eland,
driven on by her restless desire for
something else, by her unquenchable
thirst for experience, is force into a
peculiar net of circumstantial evi
dence, marriage with a man she does
not love being her only means of
She promises the man. Oswald Grls
mer, a year durirg which she will be
his wife in name only and at the end
of which, if she does not yet love him.
she is to be given her release.
only a lew roontns 01 tne year nave
passed when Jim Cleland. who has al
ways regarded Stephan ie as a real
sister, finds that he is really in loe
with her, and she with him. But
owing to the strong sense of honor
instilled In them by Jim's father, they
decide to le tthe year take its course,
and to give Oswald a fair chance. Jim
is all ready to leave, when word of
Oswald's death under the wheels of a
subway train is received. Oswald's
realizing that Stephanie loves another
and beleving life without her not
worth the living has put himself out
of the way.
Marion Davies, In the role of
Stephanie, displays as much histrionic
ability as in Ziegfield's Follies she
displayed beauty. She is just as pret
ty on the screen as she was before
the footlights, and there could be no
The depiction of the artist's annual
muaufraac. the Ball of the Gods, is
a spectacle well worth the seeing. 'It
is one 01 tne most oruuani aispiaya
ever presented in the movies. The
pageant of Pallas Athene, showing
Miss Davies acainst a Krorsreous back
ground of Roman splendor, is not of
ten equaiea oy me proaucers u
- So -ne delightful children's acting is
seen in the earlier part of the picture.
All in all it is an excellent picture
and one that leaves no bitter taste in
the mouth. The characters are all up
right ones moed by the nighest of
motives. The lovers portrayed are
clean; the baser passions do not pre
vail. C. U O. jr.
JAPAN AND CHINA SETTLE
Toklo. Jaoan. Jan. 10. Japan and
China, newspaper reports say. have
concluded an agreement closing tne
incident at Klkolalevsfc. Siberia, last
spring, when a Chinese warship fired
on Japanese subjects during fighting
witn itussian partisans in woico sev
eral hundred Japanese were reported
The Chinese government and also
the officers of the warship, the news
paper says, will apologize and China
will pay 30.900 yen in compensation
to the families of Japanese killed.
WRONG MAN KILLED IN
SEARCH FOR BOOTLEGGER
Rlverton. Wyo- Jan. 10. Because
he ran when two deputy sheriffs
made as if to arrest him, Nick Siega
novich was killed by the officers
here. The deputies mistook Siega-
novlch for Pete Haines, whom they
sought on a liquor holdup charge.
They approached htm on a crowded
station platform as a train was poll
ing in. When Sieganovlch learned
they wanted him. be took to his heels
until two bullets, one from each of
the deputies pistols, pierced bis body.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Ofive Tablets the sub
stitute far calomel are a mild bat sore
laxative, and their eSect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. These little otive
oolored tablets are th result of Dr.
Edwards' determination not to treat
faverand bowel complamtswithcalomeL
The pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but have no
bad after effects. They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
They take bold of the trouble and
qmckfy correct it 'Why cure the fiver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids. It is best not to
take cakxneL Let Dr. Edwards' Wive
Tablets take its place.
Headaches, "dullness" and that lazy
feefing come from constipation and a
cbsordered Ever. Take Dr Edwards'
Ofive Tablets when you feel "logy" and
"heavy." They "dear" clouded brain
and "pert im" the spirits. 15c and 30c.
TO COST, LESS
(Continued troia page l.k
Tama. Both are Democrats. Mrs.
Bash's husband Is ferryman at Par
ker. Some Proposed Bills.
Through the corporation commis
sion It Is said a number ot buls will
be Introduced, amone them beina a
bill to extend the commission's Juris
diction, another for amendments to
the insurance code, another in rela-
. I.. .k.. Kin. k w faw . nn(k rltn
relation to defunct corporations.
The tax commission will offer a
Kill vwivMlne. fn. an . man it man t tn
the Inheritance tax. The fourteen
county assessors are to offer a bul
amendina; the automobile license law
censes direct. Now licenses have to
ne purcnasea irom we secretarr ox
It Is considered1 certain that there
win uv wa. naiBimuva jhwjjvu i. u ui
the matter of road a The defeat of
i no nignway commission iniuaiiTe
measure by common vote at the last
to try the legislature as a "last act."
All InltlatlTe and referendum
meaaures Toted en last fall Trere
defeated. A number of tbeae
proposed lairs will come up in
one form or another dnrlni; the
? resent aeaIen.
t Is possible as attempt will be
made to amend the pardon board law
10 proviae ror a ooara appomtea
rather than made up of elected state
State treasurer Earbardt will ask
tne len-uuature to ao away witn tne
S per cent Interest limit and permit
rate up to 8 per cent at the option
of the governor, the auditor and the
The livestock sanitary board win
seek a chance tn the law eoneerntns;
eattle raatllnr and ask for additional
inspectors. The bee Interests are
anxious for a chance la the law cov
erninc their Industry. They want the
oee inspector eiimmatee ana tne in
spection work placed m the hands of
th. at.ta Wtlrtihii.l.l
An effort will be made to amend
the state land code. It is reported
as certain there will ha "annaM...
able health legislation." A number
' iiwuiu vuu were aoieaiea ai uie
" session and out of these, it Is
An effort win be made to Introduce
an anti-tobacco bill. This bill is said
to have the support of anti-tobacco
A comprehensive automobile bill
wm iBimnma nere as wen as tn
; w. uiv saiga in an exiort 10
" otuf mi aoKomooue tnerta.
" " luiiwrm waiaiauoii are
"""a preparation, una or these
provides for the law tn declamatory
tmf u III.. aahlaa. 1 I- .
-. - . "a. ucvii tn use in
England foi M years and In Ger
many for 109 years.
TVIIblnxen Senate Prealdent.
. The decision of the Republican ma
iSSlS ln tne eenate to seat Harry B.
Wilkinson as president had been ex-
..- . wm no. aavurea till a
conference waa held in the office of
I k j V Mijr aiiemoon.
.V. . Vf , more man augges-
tlon Sf . Fred - GoodeH. of Tucson.
Land Ceiora M. Stoddard, the Utter
Mne second senator from Maricopa
county. But both withdrew Saturday
; afternoon and the meeting, with aU
harmony and no bad feeling, went
' Intn A lain... Ian. . L . I ...
, , -- v. m. minor axiairs
Of nrnntni m
The decision Is considered a very
?P,K gn'-.W!ik'n PresldeSt
, a. ,iuo sua 1TT1SC com-
t-,-v.v :.n, "-?"".'in- ?." two
- , "ie senate. ln
no?r iZZS. fLJi" J?mority
o!a n ''" " consideration.
. - "a- aw i oar years of
""""W experience and probably
w. ',. . 7T "oor leadershln.
X 3 nB with
curate record kept by him of the
P of all bllla. Stoddard is eon
of the late Isaac T. Stoddard at one
anTi.Tnre,VaryK,of Arlxa territo
This i. hi. r?J?co20I"Un ou-tneso.
offlceT appearance ln public
t. i lB'."nr to B-enomy.
it is understood that the Hemh-
''ISSS.rl .? "ixestlqn of
so.sion "lW'to th? UrgS,
.ii Zlll" l"" y adjournment
Th... .7"' ,"ci-aiic legislators.
r," " a movement to get
fn the tat?2Ufew,CIer,t" " Possible:
peciklw n ITilrttOM- however, es-
The percentage of DenwSu has
has been ne intimation of m-Su!
, I''tne'rS,. 1.,
.S5aBe county Senate: w
o,5' connty Senate: Dr w P
Coconino coonSeMti Chart..
second district. J. A. FarreJl, Ara-
Greenlee county Senate w a
Elliott. D, cniftikHtouM- F-lriV
district, J. P. MK3rath D FranVllJ
eoond district. T. P. Wils?n, ix!
Maricopa county Senate- H. R
Wllkinson. R.. PnoenixT CeloraT M
Stoddard. R, Phoenix. House- pi rat"
district, J. H. Klnny. Phoenix
second district, Charlei ltTpishS a
Phoenix; third district. W. EL Rem-
O. E. Schupp. R, Phoenix: fifth dis-
m11; ""."""i-8- Pnlx?sixth
district. J Irvln Burke. IX, Phoenix
seventh district. Dan P. Jones D
Mesa: eighth district. O. D. Betta, n"
Glendale: ninth district. W. D. Baxter'
Mohave county Senate: James M.
Curtin. D Kingman. House: W. G.
Neal. D.. Kingman.
Navajo county Senate: James
Scott, R. Holbrook. House: Frank
Ellsworth. D., Show low.
Pima county Senate: P. o. Good
ell. R, Tucson; Elias Hsdrick. R,
Tucson. House: First district, Her
man L. Snyder. R, Ajo; second dis
trict, f E. A. Klmbiill. R, Tucaoa;
Cer. Mean Ave. and San
TETE have made
American Livestock Convention nd the Championship Cowboy Kjmr
test. Visitors to El Paso are cordially invited to visit Texas' Most Progressive
and Homelike Store. No obligation to make purchases.
Special Window Display
dur special window display of John B. Stetson hats combined with cowboy saddles made
by the Myres Saddle Co.. of El Paso, is creating the greatest interest. Visitors and
home folks alike will appreciate seeing this novel exhibition.
The World of White
ENTHUSIASM grows greater each day as World of White merdiaa
chse k being unpacked. When employees tfaenuclves grow enthniihr
over newly arrived merchandise it u a reilarnly that mstotuen wiS fee. the
same way when they see it on sale.
Immense quantities at World of Waits Items, pareaaaed at the new tow
market priea levels, have arrived and are being arranged for the first
major amis event at The Popular for .the New Year.
The dale of lite World of White will be announced
in a day or two.
Removal of HotiseholdElectrical
'THE Household Electrical C-ffities Dept. has been transferred ta
the ground floor location at 110 Mesa Ave. Hen special denxaa
trations win be given daily of Hoover He-trie Suction Sweepers.
Free Westinghoose Electric Sewing Mh- Simpler' Ironers aX
Eden Elect rie Washing Machines,
Hoatdfeepert are cordially imiied to ailead lhae Jancmtratiom.
third district, John Harnet, R
Pinal county senate: unanes as.
McMillan. D Ray. Bouse: Flrat dis
trict. George N. Hall. R. Caaa Grande:
second district, Ira D. Rickeraon, D
Santa Cms countr Senate: J. L.
Schlelmer. tn Xosales. Bouse: Isaac
P. Fralser, R, Patasonia.
Yavapai county senate: varies
E. Burton. R- Ash Fork: David Mor
gan. R-. Jerome. House: First dis
trict. W. Curtis Miller. D, Prescott:
second district. Alfred H. Gale. R
'Preaoott: third dlstrlcU. P. C Keefe.
u ciarKomie: tourtn aistrict. aunert
A. Stewart. Jerome. j
Tims county Senate: A. J. Kddy.
D Tnma. House: First district.
Nellie T. bush. L Parker: second
district. Miss C Louts Boebringer. D-,
Senate. 10 Republlcanjs, 9 Demo-
House of renresentauvea 20 Demo
crats, 19 Republicans.
DKXVKR'S FOLICB CHIEF BEAD.
Denver. Colo. Jan. 10. Chief of
police Hamilton Armstrong (2 years
oio. cuea eariy loaay i neari ais
ase. He has held bis appointment
for the last four years and was ac
tive in state political circles.
"When the Children Cough,
Rub Musteroie on ihroats :
No ttSSag how soon the symptoms
pay develop into croop,or worse. As
then's when you're glad you have a
jar of Musteroie at band to give
prompt, sore reliet It does not blister.
As first aid and a certain remedy,
Musteroie is excellent. Thousands of
mothers know it Yon should keep a
Jar in the house, ready for instant use.
It is the remedy for adults, too. Re
lieves sore throat, bronchitis, taoeilitig.
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lmnbago, pains and aches of
backer joints, sprains, sore rauscies,
-hahlatn, frosted feet and colas of the
chest (it often prevents pfuaunooJal.
35c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00
Aatealo St. and
to El Paso and
extensive preparations to add
Alter Inventory Sale
Items in which men will be especially interested.
UR After Inventory Sale of Men's Clothing offers high
grade suits and overcoats at the lowest prices possible con-
stent with the high quality always guaranteed at The Popular.
Hard Finished Worsteds
IN our present sale special ascntion k wade that there is a large range
of choke in hard fan-h worsted suit which are ahrays preferred by
cattlemen and cowboy.
After Inventory Sale Price on Scots After Inventory Safe Price on Suits
and Overcoats up to $40.00, and Overcoats op to $58.50.
After Inventory Sale Price on Sods
and Overcoats up tn $48.50.
Guaranteed fit and faO satisfaction in every way or money back. W also
guarantee tbeae knr prices rati February I, 1921.
Special mention is ntade that these suits wan stana factored by Hart Schaff
ner & Marx, B. Knppenheimer, Rogers Peet Co. and other reliable maker.
ilea's Clothing Dept. Largest in the Bouthweit 2d Floor
See the new song of a shirt
FISHER LEATHER CO.
El Paso's Otdett Sitae FnxriBg Hotue
Robber Heck, Sine Naif and Skewnaker'. Took.
Write far prices.
FISHER LEATHER CO.
113 E OTerkad St EI Paso, Texas.
I ALAMEDA FUEL & GRAIN CO. I
I Gallup-Swstika Coals I
Phnna iR? B
II Dairy Feed Poaltrv Feed I
EarBeBa aMt of new Gray Amy Maakeb 535
GeTenmest (perfect) Reckksea Sitees 52-56
0. D. Shirts ?15
KXKRYTHIKS IN ARMY SOOO
At rah ear. i at Prf-ex. Bant Go M the Wre ; Pasee.
laarxvat Army Sopp4f House fat ts SeeOiwrat.
Mall Oreera Clv Cnr-fal AtteariM. Sea CMtTi Clxek er
The UNITED Army Supply Co.
4M S. B FSute St.
Use Herald Want Ads For Sure Results
PlMrne Order. Pr uly Fined
interest tor visitors to the
After Inventory Sale Price on Suit!
and Overcoats up to $68.50.
at J 10 Mesa Ave.
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