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ff ? Wage Earners Should Be Represented on Railroad Boards of Directors . a By Senator ALBERT B. CUMMINS of Iowa NOT ICE PALATKA DAILY NEWS X e undersigned Auto mobile Dealers and ..and Garage Men, on and after November 1st, 1919, will op erate our business on a strictly JK ' CASH basis : E. D. SIMS GERMANS COLONIZING MEXICO Evidence That Carranza' Govern, ment I Welcoming It CITY OF MEXICO, Oct. 20. Con crete evidences of German coloniza tion plans for Mexico was revealed here today with the announcement of an enterprise for the irrigation of 200,000 hectares of land in the Fuerte River valley, in the State of finaloa, where thousands of German parcels of land on a twenty-year-pay ment plan. .. . . . n.i.il The corporation is Deing noaieu uy Jose Makany, a Mexico City capital-f-t, witht he support of General Ra tion Iturbe, Governor of Sinaola. It is proposed to construct a dam at St. Bias, securing from the Govern ment a concession for the use of enough water from the Fuerte River for the proposed colony. The land is declared to be extremely fertile and tli eplan is being backed by German bankers here. Until a few months ago the water concession for the Fuerte valley was hold by the United Sugar Companies of Sinaloa, headed by Benjamin F. Johnson, cf Chicago, 111. This con cession, granted twenty-five years ago, was for the use of 75 per cent of the river's flow, but this, it is de clared, has been decreased to eight cubic meters per second. Promoters of thet present irrigation project de clare the old concession was reduced because of the oppositio n of many landholders along the Fuerta River to the control by the companies of 78 per cent of the water, while only SL per tent, of the land could be irri gated. Fresh chile con-corne daily at John Mallem's place. First street. CINCINNATI tL.1 The victory of the ClnctonaU Reds to the Sox fans. The photograph shows after making a three-bagger. m . : m x m m m ' mm E. R. BENEDICT CENTRAL GARAGE J. B. DARBY J. R. FOWLER ' FORD SALES CO PALATKA OAKLAND CO.; PALATKA AUTO & SUPPLY CO. STATE HELPS WITH SERUM Pays Half of Vost of Enough to In noculate Thirtv Hogs TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 24. (Spec ial.) The State Live Stock Sanitary Board has closed a contract for the pu -chase of anti-hog-cholera ser um and virus under the provisions of the law passed by the last legisla ture at ninety cents per one hundred cubic centimeters, at which price it will be sold by the Board to hog raisers and farmers of . this State. This is a saving of fifteen cents per ose hundred cubic centimeters over the lowest price made in the first bids received, which were rejected as un satisfactory. This price will mean a saving of forty per cent of the price that has heretofore been charg ed by most of the reliable manufac turers. Te law provhides -that any hog owner can secure an amount up to 1,500 cubie centimeters, which is sufficient to innoculate thirty well hogs of, one hundred pound weight at one-half cost, the other half being paid for by the State. All applica tions for serum and virus for which the State pays one-half must be made upon regular forms of application which may be had from any Federal Lor State veterinarian or other per son authorized to administer the same and must be approved, by such authorized person, and in all cases, must be accompanied by Post Office or express money order or cashier's check in an amount sufficient to pay for same. Just Interested. One day Jane was looking at the death notices and when aske'd why she was reading them she replied: "I want to see If Uncle I!im Is deiid yet." WINNING FIRST WORLD over tne Chicago White Sox In the first Ruether, the Kedr pitcner. cmcmng roads. Every member of this committee believes that the classified per sonnel should participate in the management of the railroads. By includ ing their spokesmen among the directors their peculiar problems could be worked out by those most concerned and best informed. If this were done I believe most of their controversies would be adjusted before they reached the point of publicity. The measure contains none of the fundamentals of the Plumb plan The Plumb plan is the soviet principle, with very little concealment. The soviet society is one in which the wage-earning class of a given industry cr community exercise complete control over that industry or community. The progra'nvof the railroad brotherhoods looks to the control of the trans portation industry by its wage-earning personnel. ' Our industrial civilization is founded on the relationship between employer and employee, and I do not believe it can be succeeded by any other. - The plan of the brotherhoods would destroy that relationship so fai as the railroads are concerned, and we cannot assume that it would be attempted only in that industry. MR. CURTIS EXAMINES HIS RECORD I 1JJL ILJ ttt--t- -r-T-rT""""'-r n ' .11 -.1 iimTmmmjumist...., '4 t'1 '-;; f7- f. - " If ' ' ""a?- Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas Jrobably the only member of con gress who has ever esamlned Ws political record In the faiyous card index of the National Woman's party. Miss Maud Younger, the party's legislative chairman, has graded him 100 per cent In favor of woman suffrage. Miss Younger, shown in the foreground of the photograph, has a card for every member of the national congress and one for each mehiiier of every state lv'islature. On these cards are listed the full facts of their lives social, business and political. FRANCE NEEDS MILLIONS PARIS, Oct. 24. Figures furn ished by Si. Klotz, Minister of Fi nance, in a concluding debate on finance in the Freeh Chamber of Deputies, show that it will be neces sary for France to borrow about two billion francs a year in the course of the next few years in order to balance its budget. The bill au thorizing the first loan, M. Klotz stated, would be presented in Janu ary or February. SERIES GAME game of the world series was a shock ue game oy scoring m us ionnn innms; The permanent railroad policy bill submitted tc the senate by the interstate commerce committee has these major features: Provisions for termination of government control of the railroads; their return to private ownership and operation under rigid federal control and consolidation into region systems; prohi bition f strikes and lockouts of employees; joint com mittee on wages; representation of employees cr. boards of directors. My personal opinion is that the wage earner should be represented on the boards of directors of the rail DEATH OF 3 FRENCH OFFICERS Who Wrote for German Paper. PARIS, Oct. 19. The trial of va rious persons who contributed to the Gazette Des Ardennes, published du ring the war by the German Staff in the French language, ended today. Of the defendante, who were charged with giving intelligence to the enemy, Second Lieut. Roger Herve, Louis Laverne, and Henri Crookel, were sentenced to death. The last named has fled the country. Seven of the defendants receive; 1 sentences ranging from five to seven yoars. Yvonne Vies, an eighteen-year-old girl, who wrote three articles for the Gazette, was sentenced to five years' imprisonment. TOO MUCH WATER Two Feet On Street During Record Rain Storm DAJTTONA, Oct. 23. Many streets in the residential section of Daytona were flooded to a depth of two feet last night and early this morning by the heaviest rain ever recorded here. A fall of 6.95 inches was register ed during the night .and water stood in the streets all over town, the greatest inundation being in the res idential section. The water had sub sided today. There was no estimate of monetary damage, which, how ever, was not regarded as large. TO SELL ARSENAL PLANT. WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 United Press) Bids will be opened Novem ber third at the Edgewood Arsenal Monday for the sale of buildings at the Arsenal Plant at Kingsport, Tenn. it was announced today. Find Out Where Your Money Goes Nine out of ten .wage-earners get more money than they actually need. But they never know where it has gone when another pay day rolls 'round. It just disappears. Begin now to keep an account of your ex penses. Put down every cent you spend and what you spend it for. Next week or month do" without the worthless things you bought with your last earnings. Put the balance in Thrift and War Savings Stamps. Intelli r'nt saving is the first step towards inde pendence and prosperity. Lines to Be Remembered. The sljrlit of a battlefield after the 3ght Is enough to Inspire princes with l love of peace and a horror of war. Napoleon I. Isn't This Fair? Ask your grocer torJ HONEY BOY (Self Rising) or COLONIAL (Plain) FLOUR and if injyour opinion thisls not the best flour you have ever used we authorize him to return your money willingly, j Florida Grocery Company Sole Distributors "WelSell Merchants, Only" FRESH GROUND MEAL Put up in" ten pound sacks for consumer's use, fresh at the mill. We are' turning out the best grade of meal we have ever been able to make. Get It When It Is Fresh Fresh ground meal leaves that pleasant, fruity taste in the mouth. Insist on getting it'at your local grocery, and if you cannot get it there, see us. ST. JOHN'S RIVER MILLING CO. Watch the Saucw. When watering house plants If the water runs In the saucer it Is a good sign ; If not, something is wrong with the plant r' '