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the' country depend more, than upon
the PanamaPacific International Ex
position, opening here on February
20, 1915, and closing December 4.
Particularly is this true because of
the bid the Orient and South America
will here -make 'for American prod
ucts countries largely closed off
from European trade routes because
of the war.
This makes the 1915-exposition the
most consequential of-'U the big
American fairs "thus far held.
fIt is so regarded by the 275,000
manufacturing1, -jconcerns which will
display at the exposition products,
methods and resources before an in
ternational audience. Of equal sig
nificance is the fair to the 6,000,000
wage earners employed by these es
tablishments, and. to other millions:
commercially .related who must ap
preciably feeLany new trade expan
sion." . "s ,
Physically in the size and mag
jiicence ofits,buildingB and the. Com
pleteness of-its exhibits the Pana-'
ma-Pacfic exposition measures up to
its national imoprtance.
Over '$50,00.0,000 will have been
expended in this -official government
celebration of the completion of the,
Panama canal when the gates are
opened. The cost ofj about five
Here very definitely Uncle Sam jta
time of wars is preparing "for a more
profitable and eralted peace with his
world neighbors. '
In extent the 1915 fair compares
with the Chicago and St Louis expo
"sitions. In the grouping of exhibits and
their intelligent classification, and
mosi decidedly in the provisions for
the cdmfort of visitors, the Panahia-'
Pacific fair outranks any previous
American exposition. -
The eleven large display palaces
'are so, arranged that the visitor may
make the greatest daily progress
without confusion and with the least
number of steps. c
BAVARIAN PRINCE IN MANY,
Prince Leonold. of Bavaria, one of
'tfie kalsers field marshals , whose
troops have shown their mettle in
some of the hardest boughtbattles
against the allies.
HOYNE AGAIN AFTER POLICE
- New indictments for menof the'
police force are tgrbe expected before
the week is oyer. And Stated Attfjr
Tfoynehas turned his attention from
the detective bureaU'to the outlying-'
stations. - , -
His latest informer is from the po
lice department, Hoyne Bays. The
man, a detective-, may be a factor in
the trials of Cap't Halpin and the
three other men from the bureau.
PACKERS HOWLING AGAIN
The packers are now howling about
"discrimination freight .rates by cer
tain railroads." Today in Washing,
ton Swift & Co. protested to the inter
state commerce ass'n that freight
rates on salt from the .Kansas Bait
znineB to Forth Worth, Tex., are discriminatory.-