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come of tin- American farmer u 111 be
Iran tlian $-IOTi tills year, (rny Silver
of Washington, 1). C, representing the
American Farm Bureau Federation,
said In an aililreaa at tlie untiilal niet
Inic uf the Vermont Turin lllircnu IVil
mllon here, lie ilet'liircd tliut lie
national orimnlxiUtmi, with I.MJO.'K
nieiiiliiTH, ZftW riiuntj nrxHiilziitlon.i
jind many tliuiinanrU of ooiiiintinlty
cvnterx rejirwntlnit more than JH).
OOO.UXI.OIJU Insesiled, wun now In the
"Uirm-a of dllreii."
Gen. Wood Remains In Philippines.
Wunlilnjjton. M11J. itn. l.wiuru
VhhI, giiteruur riierMl of the Philip
ne IalanrU, liai ilecltleil to remain at
111 prtimnt (HMt and not to uccejtt lu
)ffer iimile liy Ibe rnlrenrily of I'enn
jlvanla In lv lite pnivoM of tune III
jriitiilloii, Hccurdiin lo Infuriuallun re--culvtNl
lwrt hy aitmlnlatnillvB uftlciali.
H'ar Department offliiHla iWllaeil tu
nuiko formal Hnnuuneeuient of (lunerul
Rleh Chinese Lands at San Francisco.
mn FntndiMx, Calif. William Yin
itso fw, who aald he wan a CliineM
fer birth, hut Ilrlllali liy natlonalltr,
ami rejiuted hy letter of Identification
In he a millionaire trailer of Sydney,
Australia, halt) m Anifel Iaiaail here
tor many houra. waa aUowml tu land
wb bU own reooimliance petulins; word
irinn Wmahlnston ai to Ua statua un
tler the litinilKratloa lawn. Mr. Lee,
-who aaya he ts In tb Unltud States to
Vte onlera fur machinery valued at
?IOOXXXI, arrid a lauwtwrt and a. at
4r from the lord mayor of Sydney.
Girl Diet Saving Baby Sister.
Albion, Ind. Leila Weber, T yean
aid, died a heroine. at the Immu of nor
liaren ta near Itere. Her baby stater
In her arias, while Leila duUfuUy
racked tier, awakened and knocked
ever a kerosene lamp on a stand near
tlx- Hialr. TIk blase set Are to the
kvMiae, and with her own clothes afir
tVella carried her baby sister to safety.
'When Ibe .lurenta returned from
chor, they found the uitconsrhms
form of Illa In the yard utd the b ibjr
jahurt I'hiee by.
1 Scene on American Ilattlcshlpday at the Itraslllnn exposition In Rio. '2- Opening session of the confer
ence of Central American miuhllcs In Washington. 3- Mrs. Clara i'hllllps.hammcr murderer, who sawed her way
out of the Jull at Los Angeles and escaped.
NEWS REVIEW OF
Allies Propose Plan for the Free
dom and Control of the
POSITION OF U. S. STATED
France Perfects Program for Occupa
tion of the Ruhr Irish Free State
Formally Established Oaugh
erty and Mellon Hit Back
By EDWARD W. PICKARD
CHARGES against Attorney
General Daugherty have
been filed with the house com
mittee on Judiciary, and his Im
peachment Is asked. What Is
your opinion of the attorney gen
eral and his official acts7
the nllles, except that It provided for
the pasiage through the straits of war
'ships singly nt Intervals of not less
than one month.
Itafct I'asha, military governor of
Constantinople, had some more trou
ble with the Ilrltlsh last week. Ills
police conllscnted the passiKirts of n
hundred Armenians ns tliey were
about to board n ship, on the ground
thnt they Were Turkish citizens nnd
must not leave the country without
Turkish passports. Ilrltlsh troops
thereupon took possession of the cus
tom house, posted machine guns nnd
protected- the embarkation of tho refu
gees. Itafet has refused to permit
Greek vessels to take any more refu
gees from Asia Minor, and gave notice
that within a few days all Christians
remaining In Illnck sea coastul towns
would he removed to tho Interior.
Itafet Insists the allies are not In oc
cupation of Constantinople nnd hare
no right to Interfere between him mid
UNAHI.i: to reach nn agreement Just
jet concerning the Mosul oil fields
and the Asiatic frontiers of Turkey,
tho delegates to thu Lausanne confer
ence devoted most of their time last
week to tho problem of tho control of
tliu Dardanelles. Here the Russians
came In, uud they did It In a way that
almost disrupted the conference. M.
Tchltcherlu, head of tho soviet delega
tion, went so far In apparently bucking
up the Turkish claims for sole control
of the strults that even Ismet I'usliu
could not agree with him, and Lord
Curzon was bitterly resentful. The
Ilusslans demanded the restoration of
the 11)14 regime giving Turkey lull sov
crclgnty over the straits with right
to fortify them and the convention of
prohibiting tho passage of warships at
any time. This plan would make of
the Black sea a Itnsslun lake, since It
Included tliu provision that Turkey
must penult the passage of Russian
warships except under exceptional cir
cumstances. Tor several days neither the allies
nor the Turks could he persuaded to
offer a dellnlte plan, each side insist
ing the other should speak llrst. Isiuet
took what seemed like the consistent
Iosltlin that, as the straits nre really
Turkish territory, tho allies ought to
present' their plun first. At lust' the
Ilrltlsh. Trench and Italians reached
on agreement among themselves and
submitted their proposals. Ilrlelly,
these próvido for free passage through
the straits for both merchant shipping
and warships, both In pence and In
war, excepting only when Turkey Is a
belligerent. They provide also for a
demilitarization of the strults, com
prising the Dardanelles and Ralllpoll,
of certain Islands In the Aegean sea,
of all Islands In the Sen of Marmora
and of both sides of the Ilosporus with
tins exception of Constantinople, (u
which the Turks are to ho nllowed to
hold 10,000 .troops. No . fortlUcations
will be permitted In the ureas affected
and no buttery emplacements allowed.
It Is stipulated that the total tonnage
of war vessels of any one foreign power
In the Illack sea must not exceed the
naval strength of the most powerful
Illack sea power, and If the Illuck sea
powers should carry out naval disarm
ament plans the allies would have the
right to keep there three warships
apiece. It Is provided that control of
the straits shall he vested In n mili
tar' snd naval commission represent
ing the (lowers Interested and Invited,
Including the United States.
Ambassador Child now came for
ward with a detailed statement of the
views of the United States government
lie made It plain that America's chief
purpose Is to protect American cltl
sens and Insisted that American war
ships must have the right to follow
American tflerchantmen and cltlsens
anywhere. On the matter of keep
Ins the straits open Child's statement
thus supported the position of the al
Ilea, hut he thought the freedom of
those waters. should rest upon agree
ment rattier than force.
Turkey's plan was presented Friday,
It did not differ radloally from that of
COUNTING on tho probable support
of Ilclglum nnd the possible sup
port of Great llrltnln. Trance has for
mulated a definite plan for obtaining
tho payment of reparations from Ger
mnny, and Premier I'olncare was to
lay It before the supreme council of
the allies Saturday and Sunday In Lon
don. This plan, as obtained by a I'arls
TIrst Occupation of tho entire
Ruhr district by Trench troops as n
guarantee. If necessary eventually,
the actual exploitation of coal initios
by tho Trench ministry of public
Second Strict allied control of rev
enues and expenditures of thu rclchs
tag and all Gcnnnn states.
Third Allied control of the relchs
bank and absoluto stoppage of the
manufacture of German paper money.
Fourth Collection of Import and ex
port duties under allied supervision to
ho devoted to reparations.
Fifth Issuance of external loans as
soon as the German financial situation
France's ministers nt finance and
foreign ntTalrs and her reparations
delegates collaborated In this.
Britain's objection to the plan as a
whole Is based on tho facts that she
Is now selling great quantities, of coal
to France which would not be needed
If the Ruhr Is seized, and that It would
demoralize Germany at a time when
Knglund Is trying to sell that country
more goods and próvido work for some
L&OO.OOO unemployed men.
Chancellor Cuno, meanwhile, has do
vised a new Bcliemo which ho hopes
will servo to prevent radlcul action by
the French. He proposes an internal
gold loan of between 20,000,000.000
und 30,000.000.000 gold marks to he
used for stabilization and ensh repara
tions payments, and ho was expected
to tell the allies that represented Ger
many's total capacity to pay.
Some days ago the allies notified
Germany It must npologlze and pay an
Indemnity for nttneks on allied ofllcers
In two Bavarian towns. It was under
stood the Berlin government would re
main passive In this mutter.
QUIETLY nnd with almost entire
luck of ceremony, the Irish Free
State camo Into being on December 0
a historic dato lor the Kmerahl Isle.
In the presenco of President Cosgravo
and his cabinet, Timothy Ilealy took
tho .oath of governor general In his
home In n suburb of Dublin. Then the
Dall Klr-ynnn met and all Its members,
except two who remained nwny, swore
allegiance to the king. President Cos
grave named seven of his' ministry as
members of the executive council and
delivered an nddress Is which he
praised the Ilrltlsh for their good faith
in carrying out the terms of the treaty
nnd argued for tho Inclusion of Ulster
In the Free State. About the same
time King George was holding a privy
council In Buckingham palace and af
fixing his signature to the proclama
tion establishing the Irish Free State,
It Is said In London the king may go to
Dublin to open the new parliament If
the Irish so desire.
PRBSIDBNT HARDING Is far from
satisfied 'with the ship subsidy bill
as It passed the house. It contains an
amendment proposed by Representa
tive Madden, requiring annual appro
priations to be made for the payment
uf subsidies. In n letter to Chairman
Jones of the senate commerce com
mittee the President said this provision
would Jeopardize the entire program
for aiding tho merchant marino because
hanking Interests would not finance
shipping compnnles under such condi
tions. He declared he would rather
have the measure full entirely than
for congress to pass n bill "which will
bring us to extreme disappointment be
cause wo have entered upon a program
In a half-heurtcd and ruthcr Indiffer
Snnio members of the committee sup
ported the Madden nmendmcnt, so n
compromise was suggested eliminat
ing the annual appropriation require
ment but providing that no Increases
in the spccllled rate of compensation
shall be made without tho authoriza
tion of congress.
ATTORNKY GENERAL DAUGH
ERTY Is getting "fed up" with
the continual attacks made on him
und his ofllclnl acts and In his answer
to the fourteen sjieclflcatlons filed'
with the house committee Judiciary
conimltteo In support of tho resolu
tion proposing his impeachment ho
uses vigorous language. He denies
seriatim every one of the charges of
fnllure or refusal to enforce anti-trust
and other laws, of unwarranted exer
cise of clemency In the cases of influ
ential offenders, of neglect to prose
cute war profiteers and of unconstitu
tional and unjust procedure In the
railroad Injunction ense.
Mr. Dnugherty says In his reply:
The attorney general cannot escape
the conclusion that the sole object and
purpose of this proceeding Is not to re
move him from olllce, but Is In the na
ture of nn attempt ... to compel
tho publication and the disclosure In
udvance of the evidence upon which
tho government relics, nnd must rely,
In thu Investigation and prosecution
of importnut cuses."
THE administration Is out In the
otien to fluht several Items In the
program adopted by thu recent caucus
of so-called progressives of the somite
and house. For Instance, President
Harding 1ms let it lie known that he Is
opposed to the suggested constitutional
amendment providing for the direct
election of president nnd vico presl
dent and l'or convening a new con
L-resH Immediately after election. Ho
thinks the Constitution should not bo
continually tampered with.
Secretary of tho Treasury Mellon
was roused hy the charges, made by
Governor ltlnliic of Wisconsin at the
progressive meeting, that he wus pro
tecting rich tux dodgers and permit
ting huge corporation surpluses to es
capo taxation. Denouncing this as "au
appeal to class prejudice In n belllsl
effort to obtain some political cai-
ital," the secretary declared that lu
come tnxes arc living assessed to the
full extent permitted by law, und that
If tho government Is to go further In
that line, congress must enact new
TN HIS annual report Secretary Mel
Ion recommends, among other
Reduction In maximum surtax rates,
which now reach 50 per cent, to not
more than 25 per cent.
Placing of a limitation upon the
amount of cnpltal losses which may
be applied as a deduction from net
Incomo In computing taxes.
Limitation of cases In which secur
ities may be exchanged for other
securities without the realization of
taxable Income to those coses where
the exchange has a connection with
the consolidation or merger of two
or moro corporations.
As for general conditions, the secre
tary says the volume of business has
been mounting to higher levels, Inbor
throughout the country Is ngnln fully
employed, nnd the severe depression In
agriculture has been relieved. Hank
ing conditions generally nre sound, he
soys, money rates are reasonable, and
there Is sufficient credit nvallnble to
meet all legitimate demands.
COAL operators from fourteen states
and representatives of the mine
workers last week held their second
futile conference In Chicago and ad
Jnunied to January 3. They were
quite unable to como to an ngreoment
on n wage scale and working conditions
and many of them admitted that only
government Intervention will prevent
another strike In the spring.
NEW PATENT OFFICE RECORD
Applications for Year Soar to 113.H7,
Topping the 1921 Total by
Washington- Seventy or eighty
year ago an official of the United
State patent office resigned, saying
thorn would be no more use for the
I ..Aitu. ".Inpi, voevfhlnp fnvpnfattle linri
hen Invented." In W20, when appll-
l4irllons for new putents juiapeu irmu
I'm ft 7 in iru.in fi-.r Hi a entire vear.
It was believed the high-water mark
had actually been reached, as nothing
comparable to that figure had ever be
fore beer) attained In the history of
In 1031, however, the number rose
to 107.660 and In the fiscal year that
ended last June it reached the total of
The business of the patent office Is
In execs of what the present force
.an dispose of adequately und efficient
l, ('oinialiKtoner Robertson reports,
and the work has fallen so consider
ably In arrears that substantial pro
vision for more employees Is recom
Until three yoars ago, Mr. Robert'
son declares, the office received about
8,000 trade-mark applications a year,
but In the year Just closed over 17,000
applications were received.
The olBce was one of the few gov
ernment departments showing a sur
plus of receipts over expenses for the
year, l ash receipts totaled $2.891.280
and expenses, after paying $100,000 ni
a bonus, left a net surplus oí $172,031,
BURN HOMES OF
NIGHT OF FEAR GRIPS DUBLIN
AS THE REBELS
KENMARE IS CAPTURED
OPPONENTS OF FREE STATE
GOVERN EM ENT RENEW RE.
Dublin. Tho opponents of the Irish.
government hnve resumed their repri
sals ugalnst Free State officials. At
tacks with bombs and gasoline vvero
made on the residence of .1. J. Walsh,
postmaster general, nnd others Identi
fied with the government.
The Walsh residence, which Is In
Frederick street, whh not badly dam
aged, nnd the promptness of the fire
men nnd neighbors prevented the
spread of the fires In every cuse. ,
A bomb thrown Into the shop of the
Irish Produce Company, owned by
Mrs. Vyso Power, recently nominated
by President Cosgrnve us senator, set
The house of John McGurry, Dublin
member of tiie Parliament, cunie in
for special intention of the incendiar
ies, and his wife and two children
were slightly burned. The children
were removed to u hospital. The res
idence of Postmaster Walsh's secre
tary, O'Haggarty, was raided by an
Free Stute forces have recaptured
Kenmarc. The Irregulars holding tho
place were defeated after tin envelop
ing movement both by lund and sen.
Kcnmare has been one of tliu strong
holds of the Irish Irregulars. A Dub
lin dispatch reported that the Ilrltlsh
destroyer Vunslttart, lying In the river
about ten yards from the town wus
attacked from the shore by the Irreg
ulurs who raked the craft with rifle
Dry Enforcement Bill Passed.
Washington. Far In advance of
the usual time, the House passed the
treasury appropriation bill, the first of
tho big supply measures. It curries
$115,000,000, of which $!),000,000 will
be for prohibition enforcement. The
measure was passed without u record
vote und virtually without change. I lu
only material departure from commit
tee recommendations being the elim
ination of the appropriation for an un-dcr-secrctnry
of the treasury.
A provision uuthorlzlng the bureau
of engraving to Install power presses
In order to reduce the number of plate
printers resulted In a three-hour pre
liminary fight, but vvas finally up-proved.
A final effort hy Representative
Tlnkham, Republican, of Mussucliu
setts, to have the hill recommitted he
cause It did not require civil service
examination for prohibition enforce
ment officers was defeuted. Mr. Tlnk
hum und Representative Hill, Repub
lican, Maryland, standing alone In sup
port of It.
Berlin Offers Apology.
Purls. A German note complying
with the demands of the council of
ambassadors for one million gold
marks us Indemnity und u renewed
apology for the recent altiieks on In
terallied military control officers ut
I'nssiui und Ingolstuilt In Iliivurin lias
been delivered ut the foreign office.
The note previously published In Ber
lín, says tliu one million marks Ik at
the disposal of the allies.
Arthur Burch Declared Sane.
Los Angeles, Cul. Arthur C. llurch
bus been found sane by the Iis An
geles county lunacy commission and
his discharge from custody ordered.
llurch stood trial three times on an
Indictment charging him with tlie mur
der of J. Helton Kennedy, each trial
having resulted In a disagreement.
After the third trial the Indictment
was dismissed by the district attorney.
His father, the Rev. W. A. llurch, and
his attorney, Paul Schenck, both took
the stand ugalnst llurch's contention
of sanity and In support of the In
Britain May Cancel French Debt.
Ixindon. Premier Ilonar Law cuused
a sensation ut the second session of
the allied premiers when, in the course
of his reply to M. l'olncure's morator
ium plan, he gave clear Indication that
the British government would be quito
willing to reconsider the question of
cancellation of the French debt, pro
vided such u step wus mude possible
by a repurutlons settlement satisfac
tory to Great Brltuln.
Five Killed in Explosion.
Scrnnton, Pa. The deaths stood at
five from the explosion that demol
Ished four mills and several smaller
buildings of the Illuck Diamond Pow
dcr Company's plant ut Suscon. Pu.,
eight miles from here, und rocked the.
contiguous communities. The first px
plosion occurred In the aiming mill.
where 2,800 twenty-five-pound hugs of
black powder blew up. Tlie blasts.
shattered windows In the towns udja
cent and shook the entire territory for
a radius of twenty miles.
Quakes Take Toll of Life.
Tokio. Twenty-two persons wore
killed In the recent earthquake on tho
Bhlmabara uenlnsulu, on the Island of,
Klushlu, aoKyllng to an official tin
nouucemapCTprhls Is considered coa
serraUve, at efforts are being made to
allay tlie fears of ttw inhabitants, whcf
are panic sMckan. Iferthtinakes wera
reported aUHat AflBirt and Hakodate,
but no details hae been received. Tbe
shocks continued for more than thirty
hours without Interruption.
From AU Over
V. II. Goddard, supervisor of the
Tontón national forest, died at a Globe
hospital following an Illness of several
Local and state contractors met ut a
banquet In Phoenix und organized the
Arizona chapter of the Association of
General Contractors of America.
Three Mexicans escaped from the
Wlllcox Jull recently. In some way
they had obtained u saw and mude un
opening lurgo enough to make their
1- 11. En son, night foreman ut tlie
sawmill of the McKlnley Land and
Lumber Company at Albuquerque, wus
smothered to death when caught In u
cuvc In of suvvdust.
The concreto work for the new vuult
of the Silver City Natlonul Hank Is ull
completed and when the entire struc
ture Is finished It will be one of the
finest vaults of Its kind In New Mex
ico. Lieut. Col. J. G. Scrughnni, governor
olect of Nevada und well-known
throughout thu West, will be one of
the speukcrs of the "Prosperity Con
vention" of the Arlzonu Industrial
Congress which will be held In Phoe
nix, Dec. 18 and It).
A mill of C00 tons capacity Is to be
Installed ut an eurly date ut the prop
erty of the Young Mines Company uf
Youngsberg, Ariz., and production Is
expected to start not later thun next
.March, according to George U. Young,
president und general manager of the
company. Considerable development
work bus been done und new machin
ery Installed ut the mine.
Although the Phelps-Dodge Corpora
tion bus f00 men at work ut Its Mor
end (Ariz.) brunch, Capt. J. P. Hodg
son, general manuger, bus stated that
they would be glad to huvu another
100 or 150. This number la needed ut
once to take cure of the additional
work plunned by the compuny. A
school bus been started to teach
"green" miners modern methods em
ployed. Henry Williams, Jr., aged 10 years,
of Estunclu, N. M., killed himself re
cuntly by placing u pistol ugalnst his
head und pulling trigger. The boy hud
been to u nearby church and catuo
home, passed up the stairs nnd was
found a few minutes Inter lying on the
floor of his room, deud. He hud been
attending school for some time und It
wus rumored that he hud become de
spondent over u boyish love uffulr.
Eastern New Mexico bus not been
ubundoned by oil experts In spite of
the fact that several deep holes have
been drilled In that section. Geolo
gists are now ut work In tlie La Lunde
district und It Is reported thu. the Me
GUI Oil Compuny bus agreed to put
down ii test well on the property. The
McGUl well which wus started several
months ago will soon resume drilling
und oil experts believed that the first
pay sand will be found ut not more
than 1,200 feet.
Water In the big Elephant Butte res
ervoir Is suld to be lower ut thu pres
ent time thun It has been In the pust
two years, but If no more witter runs
In there will bo enough to euro for the
Irrigation In that section fur ut least
unother two yeurs, according to the of
ficios In charge. There uru 1,400,000
acre feet of wuter In reserve, or
enough to cover that muny ncrcs onu
foot deep In wuter. No water bus
flowed Into the reservoir since July 20
of this year u-J there ure 200,000 acre
feet less wuter fn It thun ut this time
lust year. When tlie reservoir wns Its
fullest lust year It stored 1,003,013
Clovls, N. M., bus gone oack to the
curfew days again und the police have
been busy rounding" up 'the youths of
the city and sending them to their
Out of u cluss of seventeen appli
cants who took the regular semi-annual
examination for admission to tbe
Arlzonn bur In tho Senate chambers ut
the Capitol, fourteen of tlie number
passed successfully, according to u re
port submitted to the Arlzonu Supreme
Court by Judge Sell in Franklin of Tuc
son, chairman of the state bourd of
examiners for udmlsslun to the bur.
Chief Justice II. D. Ross of the Su
preme Court administered the outh
to tho uppllcunts and they were ad
mitted to .practice on motion of Judge
Franklin. Those who pussed tbe ex
amination and were udmltted to tbe
bur were W. Densell Campbell, Wesley
F. Dalnes, Harry I. Howard, Benjamin
F. Hunter and II. W. Ebbehudle, all of
Phoenix ; Russell L. Linton, Joaquin F.
Moreno und Arthur It. Thompson, all
of Prescott ; Hugo 11. Farmer of Yuma,
Dodd I. Greer of Conco, Frederick A.
Kulin of Cusa Grande, D. G. Pace of
Blsbec, Dorothy II. Sargent of Tucson
and Tildón Edward Scarborough of
Over 2,000 huiid of cattle have been
shipped from the station ut Magdalena,
N. M., to the pustures of Old Mexico,
und It Is thought that before tho first
of the year 00,000 head will follow.
The outlook for grazing next year Is
now good und It Is likely that most of
the cuttle will be returned In tbe
According to tho report or tho off!
clals In charge of the big cotton gin In
Portales, N. M., 360 "bales have been
turned, .out up to date and It Is esti
mated that the crop will run over 0 -bales
for the season.
At a big meeting held In Hope, N.
M., It wus decided tu reorganize the
bank, which It Is alleged vvas looted
by tho cashier some time ago. It Is
stated that tho now organization will
take over the stock of tbe old bank
and make an effort to pay the old de
positors about OS per cent of the
The flssrt raid made by Capt J. C.
Parent, flewly appolrfcW narcotic
agent In Arizona, and polfice In Globe,
(Uiteu in ttie arrett pueiguc cómese
anil the seizure of oiuuiucd at $3,
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And a few hints on how
to fill Father's stocking
Another Christmas is rapidly rolUnz
Another year when vou have to alt
down and think and think hard
what to givo Uncle Arthur, Father,
Cousin Edward, Grandfather and the
Every man well, nearly every man
likes nothingbetterthana good pipe.
And the chances are that ho will find
atlcast one hanging on the Christmas
tree and be tremendously pleased.
Right there Is your opportunity to
step in and give him something to go
with the pipe.
Not an ash tray. (lie probably has
dozens of them.) Not a metal con
tainer for safety matches. (He'llut
never carry the darn thing.) Sendjp '
him some tobacco. (That's what men
usually rtnoko in pipes.) So to Edge
worth rmokcrs, to tho friends of
Edgf worth smokers, and to all others
who may be interested, we respect
fully offer this Christmas suggestion:
glass Jar of
to hunt far
nnd wide to
find the smok
er who won't
be tickled to
pieces to find
a glass Jar of
Christmas pipe. If he doesn't get a
Christmas pipe, he'll enjoy the tobacco
Just as much in his old pipe.
The 16-ounce Jar sells for $1.65 at
any tobacco store.
If your regular dealer hasn't enough
glass Jars to supply the Christmas
trade, let us play Santa Claus for you.
Send us $1.65 for each Jar, a list of
the friends you want to remember, and
your personal greetings cards. We'll
do the rest.
We'll pack the glass Jars in appro
priate Christmas boxes, enclose your
cards and send them off in plenty of
time to reach your friends before
Christmas. Meanwhile, It you aro not
personally acquainted with Edge
worth, we will be glad to send you free
samples generous helpings both of
Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed and Plug
Just send us your name and address
on a postal and we will forward the
samples promptly. If you will also
include the name and address of your
tobacco dealer, wo will appreciate your
Edgeworth is Bold in various sizes to
suit tho needs nnd means of all pur
chasers. Both Edgeworth Plug Slice
and Ready-Jlubbcd are packed in
small pocket-size packages, in hand
some tin humidors and In various
handy in-between sizes.
For the Christmas packages or the
free samples, address Larus St Brother
Company, 44South 21st Street, Rich
,To Retail Tobacco Merchabts: If
your Jobber cannot supply you with
Edgeworth, Larus & Brother Com
pany will gladly send you prepaid by
parcel post a one- or two-dozen carton
of any size of Edgeworth Plug Slice or
Ready-Rubbed for the same price you
would Dav the iobher.
Good Opinion of Himself.
A neighbor wus quite Interested In
the two brothers next door. .She was
particularly fond of Hobby, who was
talkative and unusually bright.
Ono day sho asked him; "How much
alder than you is your brother?"
"Oh," promptly flashed Hobby, "he's
l year older, but I'm a year Smarter."
DYED HER BABY'S COAT,
A SKIRT AND CURTAINS
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Each package of "Diamond Dye" con
tains directions so simple any woman can
dye or tint her old, worn, faded things
new. Even if she list never dyed before.
ina can pat a nevr, ríen ooior into sasDuy
(Virtu, urew, waiats, coats, stocking!.
the material you wish to dye i wool or
illk, or whether it is linen, ootton, or
mixed coeds. Diamond Dyea never streak,
root, fade nr run. Advertisement.
Simple Home Remedy.
For matrimonial heartache t A lump
of pride dissolved In a glass of com
mon sense. Swallow Immediately and
settle with a kiss. Add a dose of
wholiwome compliments. Repeat as
uften as needed. From Life.
Refreshes Weary Eyes
When Your Eres feel Dull
and Hctvr. VM Alarlaa. It la.
Mk them Citar, btlahx abd
fcrnilrllrl. IbnaltK. Sold n4
Bcf ommndd by All DiussUt.
JÍ d&m EVEs!