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TIIE AIUZONA UJIUUIilOAN: SATUltDAY UURSUiU, DKCKJIDJil! 1:0. 190J.
HIE ARIZlM REP IJBLICIl
PUBLISHED BY THE
ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO.
GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Exctuoive Morning Associated rreas
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By mall, dally, one year tfj.ne
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Arizona visitors to the const will find
The Dally Republican on sale at the
following place In Los Angeles: Hol
lenbeck hotel news stand, and B..F.
Gardner, 305 South Spring Street.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, DEC. 20, 1902.
Senator Deverldge's Report.
Through the courtesy of Senator
P-evcridge, The Republican has re
ccivcl copies of the report against the
omnibus statehood bill inalc by the
senator as chairman of the committee
on territories, and also the volume con
taining the testimony taken at Wash
ington last spring and the testimony
taken in the territories by the visiting
senators during their recent trip.
Further notice of these publications
will be made, but we hasten to do
Senator Heveiidge the justice of say
ing that he was not correctly quoted in
nn important particular by the press
dispatches which gave a digest of the
report when it was rendered to the
senate. It will be remembered that the
dispatches thus quoted the; report as
"The resources and development of
the country are also declare! to be
too limited to entitle the territory to
This statement, sent broadcast from
Washington, provoked the people of
Arizona more than everything else
imrporting to have been sail by the
report. It was considered the extrem
ity of absurdity and injustice for the
visiting senators, after a hurried ride
on the trains through the territory
much of the journey being at night
to declare in effect that not only was
the territory not equipped for state
hood, but that its resources developed
and undeveloped were tot limited to
warrant statehood at any time in the
future. A careful reading of the docu
ment discloses that Senator Kevcridge
did not go to th-3 length alleged by the
dispatches. The error arose from the
effort of the Associated Pi ess to sum
up hrifly the conclusions reached by
The report is full of wrong conclu
sions, and there are a number of state
ments which are misleading and which
will prove seriously injuKous to Ari
zona, but it is some comfort to know
that a formal paper from the senate
committee on territories does not pre
sume to say that the resources of the
territory are incapable of tremendous
Local Laws Prevail.
In view of the decision recently ren
dered by the supreme court of the
I'nited States, the work of organizing
a corporation in one state or territory
in order to evade the restrictions and
penalties contained in the laws of tiie
state where the corporation proposes to
operate, is all for nothing. It has been
decided, for instance; that If the laws
of the state of Kansas provide a double
liability on the part of the stockhold
ers of a corporation, all corporations
are subject to that provision, no matter
where they are fortned. The stale or
Kansas is named for illustration, be
cause the corporation laws of that state
are particularly severe in the matter
of a stockholder's llnbility. In otner
words, the so-called ' tramp" corpora
tion enjoys no more immunities in any
ftate than are granted by the laws or
tnat state to corporations formed un
der its own statutes.
The supreme court holds that the cer
tificate issued to a foreiga corporation
granting it permission to do business
is really nothing more than a eharter,
and that the corporation operating un
der such permit is to all intents and
purposes a domestic concern and there
fore subject to all the provisions of lo
cal laws iating to corporations. Here
after, when a frisky corporation goes
visiting, it must do in Rome as Rome
does, and must leave within the state
of its nativity any privileges that may
be peculiar to that state.
Since the great majority of corpora
tions are formed for purely' speculative
purposes, and with little or no paid-up
capital, one of the most desirable fea
tures is non-liability of stockholders.
A number of states, and this territory,
are very liberal in exempting stock
holders from liability, and during re
cent years New Jersey, Maine, West
Virginia, South Dakota and Arizona
have been greatly favored by Incorpor
ators, largely been us? the laws of these
commonwealths provide that the stock
holders may in their articles of incor
poiation exempt themselves from lia
bility for the corporate debts. Now, In
view of the yupreme court decision, all
the trouble that has been taken to
evadi? the corporation 1-iws cf the
states -where the New Jersey, Maine,
West Virginia, South Dakota and Ari
zona corporations operate, has been
In the case in question, the Dayton
Coal & Iron Co. vs. T. A. Barton, an
action brought in Tennessee, Justice
Shiras of the United States supreme
court, in passing on the question or
stockholders' liability, said:
"The right of a foreign corporation
to carry on business In the state o
Tennessee might be deemed subject to
the condition of obeying the regulation"
prescribed In the legislature of the
state. That which a state may do to
corporations of its own creation It may
do with foreign corporations adniltte-.t
into the state. The power of a state to
impose conditions upon foreign corpor
ations is certainly as extensive as tho
power over domestic corporations."
On account of the facility with cor
porations are formed under the laws or
Arizona and the states named, there :s
likely to be little reduction In the vol
ume of corporation business, notwith
standing the new decision, but stock
holders throughout the country will be
disappointed to learn that In going
abroad for their charters ' they gain no
immunities not granted by the local
Immediate Benefit From the Cable.
Although the ship Silvcrtown which
is laying the Pacific cable from San
Francisco to Manila has not yet reach
ed Honolulu, the people of California
have hac occasion already to note ons
of the benefits which will be conferred
by the cable. A few days ago, when
the ship was some 500 miles to thwesi
of San Francisco, she reiorted that a
severe storm was traveling toward the
coast. This enabled the weather
bureau to warn the entire state that
a rain was coming, although there were
then no local signs of it, and in ths
absence of the message from the ship
ine bureau would have predicted clear
weather for the ensuing twenty-four
hours. As it was, the state had sixteen
hours warning of the approaching
storm. When the rain came, as it did
on time, it gave the entire state a
The officials of the weather bureau
have been prompt to recognize the ad
vantage which it would give them to
base their forecasts on Information
received from points far out in the
Pacific, and they are predicting that
the government wMll station observa
tion ships along the line of the cable,
to report weather conditions. It Is
easy to see the value to California or
reliable weather reports from the mid
Paciflc. Under the conditions hereto
fore existing, the weather bureau has
been handicapped in forecasting the
weather for California, because of In
ability to know the atmospheric con
ditions to the westward and in that
state the general rains come from the
west, as a rule. It Is hardly possible
to over-estimate the benefits which the
horticultural and agricultural interests
of California will receive from the Im
proved weather service which will be
furnished when the cable is In work
ing order. Great quantities of fruit
and hay are destroyed every year by
rains of which the ranchers have- no
It's All Ugh..
Congress having appropriated one
million dollars for the purpose of
stamping out the cattle disease in
Rhode Island and Massachusetts, we
wish to explain to the people of Ari
zona that it is all right, and no objec
tion should be made. It should be kept
in mind that when the government ex
pends money for great irrigation works
In the west, or for the benefit of this
region in some other particular, It is
guilty of paternalism and a lack of re
gard for the down-trodden taxpayers
of the east, and the stability of the re
public is threatened. But when Uncle
Sam reaches his long arm into the
treasury for the benefit of New Eng
land ho is clearly acting f jr the inter
ests the entire country.
"I. for one," said Richard Watson
Oilder, editor and poet, atthe dinner
of the civil service reformers, "main
tain that there are two classes of seat-?
in the- senate which reflect highest
honor uion the American people the
chairs filled by those men whose names
will occur to all of you and who would
be notable In any assembly for ability
and character; and, also, those seats
which doughty little Delaware state
I am proud to say, of my own ancest
orsfills with, dignified, eloquent and
thrice honorable vacancy."
It is a pleasure to note that the city
government took prompt notice of our.
reference to the inexcusable errors In
the administration of the street de
partment, and that immediate steps
were taken to correct the abuses com
plained of. Let us hope that there will
bo no more grading up of sidewalks
with filthy "muck" from th? streets.
We still believe that the omnibus
statehood bill will win.
"Of course clothes don't make the
"At the same time, if you have a new
suit, you'd better put it on when you
go out to ask for credit." Chicago
"There is something, darling. I want
to tell you."
"Oh. then, let us go away from the
rubber plant. Come, tell me under the
rose." Battimore American.
Dr. Daniel Elmer Salmon, chi-f of
the bureau of animal industry of the
agricultural department, has held that
office since 1SR4, an4 has been in that
department cf the government since
1879. " ' ......
I CURRENT COMMENT I
A Practice That Is Out of Date "
A few days since one of a small paity
of men remarked that a controversy
of a personal nature between the edi
tors of newspapers of any standing
was n most unusual thing. Another,
an older man, remarked that such con
troversies were quite a feature in
newspapers fifty years ago. and noted
the conflicts between the leading edi
tors in New York, wnich sometimes
passed beyond abuse in .their editorial
columns to personal assault. It was
observed by another that the better
class of newspapers had ceased to
vilify the candidates of the opposite
party or to relate the gossip deroga
tory to their characters. Criticism by
the decent newspapers stops with the
public record of candidates.
All of the foregoing statements are
true. A great change has taken p'.acc
for the better in the conduct of news
papers patronized by the more intel
ligent readers. They no more like a
personal conflict in print between edi
tors than they would a Mrcct brawl in
front of their houses. Newspaper
managers have alo learned that th :
public has no interest in their personal
affairs, and so they have made newspaper-making
impersonal, the editorial
views of a paper being in a large meas
ure the reflex ot that portion of public
opinion with which they are in sym- .;
pathy. As tor campaign scaiiuj.is,
leaily decent people in both parlie
were disgusted with lh'in during the
Blaine-Cleveland campaign of 1SS4. The I
same is true of the better class of J
campaign speakers. The speaker who '
has nothing better to offer an audience
than a harangue made up of personal
abuse of the opiosing candidates will
not be popular, nor will he make con- i
The conversation referred to did not
end with newspapers and political
speakers, but one of the party said to
a lawyer who was present: "There is
one place where the abuse of the oppo
nent is yet tolerated, and that is in the
courts of justice." He then gave an
account of a verbal assault made in a
court where he was a juror unon a re- '
spectable witness on the other sido. 1
The lawyer, who is one of the mo't
highly respected, took exception to the '
general assumption that lawyers as a j
rule assail the men of the other si ie. '
He declared that the best lawyers do
not resort to detraction, but that the
practice was . confined to a class of
practitioners w ho had no standing in ;
ine profession and to a few men who
are employed In desperate criminal
cr.ses simply because they can abuse
and browbeat. This statement I un
doubtedly true. The better class of
lawyers are not vilifWs. They realize
that blackguardism doc. not count
with an intelligent Jury. Horeover, the
refining inlluences of b:tter education
are producing men who us jurors no
more enjoy the vilification of the prin
cipal and witnesses on the other side
than they would a wordy quariel be
tween filthy-mouthed street brawlers.
More and more people are coming to
realize that the established good char
acter of the lawyer as a man In th"
community in which he lives and his '
reputation in his profession are two
things which" secure the respectful at-,
tention of a jury at the outset. j
It may be said in this connection
that, no matter what the reputatiin of,
the lawyer m?y be. he has no riglit. as
did the counsel for the defense in a
roted murder case in New York re
cently, to point hir. finger at n witness
on the other ride and declare: "There
is the murderer in this case." If su h ,
a charge wre made by a newspaper
the accused could recover heavy dam- '
ages, and the accuser be heavi
ly fined and sent to prison. Why
should an attorney In a court ? jus
tice, where even the parties in a suit
should be secure against false recusa
tion and where witnesses should bo
piotected. be permitted to nsal' '"h-"-?(tT
indiscriminately? Why should
not an attorney who iroes outsio i I
testimony to assail the character of
men on the opposite sid-? be mid? as
amenable tc the laws for the defT .
tion of character as the citizen outside
the court or the publisher of a news
paper? Indianapolis Journal.
Paul Helleu. the French artirt, will
shortly pay the I'nited States a visit, j
He is famous for his dry point por
traits and is known as the Du Maurler
of France. His daughter. Helen, now
sixteen, is his best ino'f 'I.
Character in the Gait
Yes, Phillips Brooks said
he could tell, an insured man
by his step, and when a man is
insured amply in The Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New
York, he says by his bearing:
"I am insured in the strongest
company, and I do not worry
about the future of my family
or my business if I should die."
The Act of The Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York exceed thoe of any other life insurance
company in existence. They are over
It has paid Policy-holders over
which i morthari any o'her life? insurance company
in the world has dir.burse-j.
Write tr.-.Iay for "Where Shall I Insure?"
The Mutual Lift: Insurance
Company of Nf.w York
Richard A. McCukdy, President.
SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Manager,
t ill uil you. Send for New Catalogue.
HENRY ALBERS, Los Angeles, Cal.
Oldest A Largest DanK in Couthera California
a ( INOORPOHATEO 18T1)
ISA 1 AS V. HBLLMAN. Prtxatnt
IHERMA N V.HBLLMA N. Yict-Preiident
U. A. CRA VBS. - - 2nt Vfce-Ptrsornt,
W3ta'imvs &ilirrijmttB Sank
Or lOR ANC1ELE8, OAI
Cor. Maim and Cmmmmrcml Strvrct
Capital, Surplus & Profits, - $1,569,220.00
Deposits, - $7,600,000.00
Cash on hand & with Bankers $5, 0 1 2,302.00
U.S. mother Bonds. Stocks $1, 1 24,400.00
SPECIAL SAFE DEPOSIT DEPAITMENT and STORAGE VAULTS
TUB VALLEY BANK!
TAID UP CAPITAL Jion.000 ;
VM CHRISTY. Pi-s'-lent. . .1. O. KlHKl'ATKH'K, Vice President, j
XV. D. FULWILKU. Cashier. ' v LLOYD H. CHKISTV, Asst. CnshSur.
Drafts issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Kurope. j
Discount commercial paier and do a gonerel banking business.
Office hours. 9 a. m. to p. m.
DIRECTORS: M. IT. Sherman. YVm. Christy, E. J. P.ennltt, J. C. Kirkpatrlek.
F. C. Hatch, W. D. Kulwilr, Lloyd li. Christy.
CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchnnee Nntlonnl Bank, New York; Ameri
can Exchange National Rank, Chicago; First National Rank, Is Angeles; p.ank
of Arisona, Present t, Arizona; tiie Anglo-California Rank, San Frasi'isco Cal. j
I We Are After You
Because wc want a few more Arizona stockholders, not
because your money is any better but it tends
To Stimulate Legitimate Mining N-.
which is Arizona's best resource and our operations arc well
nown as such, as well as the proven value of our property.
We know and on closer investigation you will find that
stock will be worth many times what is now asked, $10.00
per share. 13ii3r now before it is gone. Address
ORO GRANDE MINES CO.
GEORGE E. SANDERS, Special Representative, 1034-35 Paik Row EuilrJiitg, New Ycrk Cil) N Y.
A $50y 8 ' Christmas' ' Present ' for fi
This rounds lik a libentl o.Ter and it is. No douht you h ive fmii' r lalive or fi'ciid v. 1: m y u w'.r'.i t
a liice Ch:itnla' pic-ent. hut you lo not fid ,'iM- t: j'un one ;is good or exj c"siv :: y r.i vv
can help you su'.vr. (!.- uand;iry. Vi.r a few d iys wc a;- .'"ft i'in: : ;t: k ;it - tents a sha:c I'-.- t
you :tn purcVr'.; ; t.t Eto 1: in th-; Oro Grand.- I" t i r nd iJi vel n.iircr.t Co. V'j.l i:
k-Kiie cf Etcck.
m s'". '-:"'ifffv?'.wnav-.-i 'ragrragE.riC1':.?' rTreTregg-re
1 !i c;iu 1 1 1 - i;ic i:-; le: s than the v::liic of Cr pi-i'ic: ty c. liip.-m'd ti i lit- :i pitalizi t ion of th'" ,.mii.i..y. Yo;i
niiiy woii'li-r why v." ;;r' sHMiit t !i 's stock :if 1' ti r.ts if it x vurih ic. The ri-.ison is this: V - In ;i li-c
property, bill need tin' money to det iop it, j.ntl o!Te;- this i j 1 k e." .ir.crgcncy f-P; k :it thi:s h.w prir" n r.i- r
to continue development work without any oc:;:y. ''! fuiti; : in . m.i tion vis-' it th.'1 property, oi t';" ca-l
of the famous (Ho Grande, or cil' on :; write tin- pi e.-i ell an! p-M nil inat-ngfr. Charles If. Ak'::", ".:.
ing block. Phoenix, Arizona, where samples of the oi tak"n out thi;s week can lie fiv-i.
1 1 ifvyfX v- z
Money to Loon ot Low Wales
far MiiMinc or on improvcil city proi-crty
or in K'iJ outM'U' inwnx.
JUST WHAT YOD WANT
New plKn of iinyincnt. Intcrrst rlccrrHrs
)f you imv. Our It iiiin Hro ntiult Biul nrr mil
off sniiie R with a l.iink, only yon jimv month
Iv. You 1 not mil in re stock to pay off n. Inn 11
us in other Imililing anl Iohii HHMiciBtioiif.
A Kirrover chii th v fff a lomi any lime with
out uotiee. penalty or forfeiture. If you want
a l')an eall on or w rue our agents,
K. K. PASroK, I'hoenix,
J. ERNKST WaI.KKK, t'hoeni. or
MAH TIXDALE fi HORXE A CO.. lTeeott. or
A. OKFILA or WILLIS 1. HAYXES. Tucson.
State Mutual Building & Lean Association
C. J. WAi'E, S!c, Ml P. Broadway,
lxis Angeles. Cal.
Real Estate or
R. H. GREENE,
42 N. Center St.
The Ttev. Thtn-a- 11. Lewis h) - t J 1 r
rare distintll : -j ' Y . l'resident of
two collegia at fine tlire, the Wcst'-rn
Maryland and the A Uiun ol Adrian.
CHARLBS SBYLER, Ccskitr
tiVSTAV HEIMANN. Axst.CtsHtr
i'.A RCO H. HE LIMA N. 2k J A tft Ctkftr
It Must Go Higher
bniMing. Ty far the largest and finest of its kind on tiie coast. It is provided
Willi a l.-irgo ami complete gymnasium free to students; und throughout ia
equipped Willi modern otlice furnitur.
Its hlaff of instructors represent tho very best in both educational ability and
Its graduates aro the most competent "ml secure the lest positions.
Tbis is the proper place to learn Knglish and commercial brunches, shorthand,
typewriting, telegraphy. Spanish and assaying.
The greatest and btrongest conimerclal eollene on the coast. Send for catalogue.
LACKEY. I!OOI & 1U)LIMAX. Kxecutivc Ufhccrs.
TtiVti AND COFFKES
AYe sell iliret t to the consumer at wholesale pri is saving ymi the piolits
of the retailer. AVe tlaim to treat prisons we never see the sanu. as thongh
at our counters. Three fourths o our trade is out of t.ran mdeis. We can't
afford to neglect or impose on it. Our friends in Arizona get the nest we
have to offer and will continue t. Our goods and prices are unmatchable.
.Samples and price list for -the asking.
SPARR TEA AND COFFEE CO.
P. O. Iiox 851, Los Angeles. Cal.
New Opera House
W. Washington St.
The California Restaurant
MEAL3 SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
Strictly Plrat.ClaBs. Quick Service
Hpcclal Dintier oti Sunday
S5 North .First flvenuo Phoenix, flrlzons
ZU nailers! Bank cf Arizona
capital (paid up) s
SIRPLDS AMD fROF ITS . . . 50,000
EMIL GANZ President
SOL LEWIS Vice President
S. OnF.TtKni.il K'X Cashier
J. J. SWKKNKY Assistant Cashier
Transacts a General HanLipg Business
WML SAYINGS BANK
AND TRliS! CO.
Charles F. Alnswcrth TieflldeBt
Hugh H. T'rite Vice President
Frank Alnaworth.. Cash, and Treaa.
K. IT. Greene Secretary
Authorized Capital $100,000.
Hour 9 a. m. to 3 p. ra.
Interest on deposits. No corrimlst
Dlre!tors Charles F. AInirwortfc,
Hugh H. Price, W. C. Foster. FruH
AlnHworth, R. H. Greeue.
' L- 'i
1 ?i! ' K '
d .I! i;-
and Photo Supplies
DtYFLOPiNG PRINTING TVURGIXO VilWS
facial AtlMtio IVivea o Mill i-d-
213 SO'JTH BROADWAY
I OS AMOUfS. CKl
CI 1 G Hrnnrl A vr. T ,, 4 n.l.c r-. 1
This ir.Mit ut ion ff lnisinr.: tmlninir Is
the eii'.Nnliment ff the I.os AngeK-s spirit
of enuiiiriso ami progress.
It now occupies its own new moilcru
or in aCjotninq
with E'eqant China Service.
At LNGLISH KIICIILN, No. It St.
We liave a complete and fre;h stock
of goods in our line, and we give our
patrons the kin'' -if prices and tre-it-nent
th;.t they appreciate and in con
?e:iuence make permanent cust'imers.
Prescriptions a specialty. Twenty
eight years of active practical experi-
erce to bnck tis. Flease cive us a trial.
7S iTM&fEUuir ntawju i
This dignttnre is on every box cf th gennins
' the remedy that cures a colU In one day.
New and second-hand
Various sizes, qualities and prices at
The Pown Broker,
where you can get bargains in unre
deemed pie -lgcs in watches, guns and
41 NORTH CENTEIi ST.
.Arizona Loan Office.
has received another consignment of
Vim Cactus tires. These tires are fully
guaranteed for one year, but they don't
need it, for they will outlast double
that time. If for any cause your wheel
is not feeling well take it to Dr. Gris
wold, for he is a successful physician
in &.11 bicycle ailments.
et a good meal. Private rooms for
families. 22-24 Eat Washington St
'jCHINU FUN. Proprietor
A loaf of our Bread will please
you and do you good. It's a
body builder. It satisfies that
hungry feeling which affects the
vigorous; It tones the appetite
and bulid muscular tissues; it
Is sweel( and wholesome, the
best 5 emits worth you ever
Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery!
iuwaku LI-MIL, rrop.
7 West Washington Street
I; Southern Pacific Co.
. fr 1CTFIC SYSTEM.)
V ComiT.r;n; January to, 101, trains
' will lehv Mi;copa as follows:
! O.CO A M. OIl.Y NKW ORLEANS
y,0 er.jr-?s for Tucson. Bcbsob.
V. Dcming-, El i'tso, Stn Antonio, Houston,
V ' New urloars. Connecting at New Or-
V 1 ano for Cincinnati and Chicago;
V' f.jr Washington. Baltimore. Philadelphia.
V New York and Boston.
! M- DAIL.T MIXED TRAIN
i for Uila Bend and way sraUoms.
'iACO I- M- DAILY MIXED TRAIN
T..J.Z. for Tucson and way stations.
Q.IO P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX
J 57 . O press for Los Angclea. Fresno,
I Sacramento and Sau Francisco. Con
j recting at Sacramento and San Fraa-
i cl9eo for polatii In Oregon. Nevada and
: Utah. T. H. GOODMAN,
: ! 3a. Faaa. i.t
Fifiem & Gaiiagner
Estimate Furnished Rooiap 11-12-13
O'Neill Building P. O. Box 673,
J09 Flfleld Geo. E. Gallagher
Scott's SantaSPepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE - CURE
for Inflammstion or Ca
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cure, no pay. Cures quick
Iv and permanently all
C'nnatwral Diseases of the
I'KINA R" . "1ROASS.
I'ositiveH ivo injurious
rflccts to the hnach as
in olher internal reme
dies. Sold t.-y druggists,
l'rrcc fl.O't.orliv mail, post,
paid, SI 00. 3 txses, fc.75
tHE SANTA1.-PEPSIN CO.,
W. J. MURPHY
Real I state. Insurance,
102 West Adams Strecl.
Upholsterer, mattress and lounge
maker, formerly with Dorris-Heyman
DUAPINT. A SPECIALTY.
Leave ordera at ' Dorris house or
5 Ladies! $500 Reward
K iippresioii, any canto in pathology,
my monthly reg. fails to relieve: sat.-.
harml.-M; mail; how lopg Mippresned.
j Or. Jacksaa R.Co. 169 Dearbora Sl.lbKago
Observations by Mr. DooJey
TilK Ni:W Iiool.Ki IMiiC
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II. li. IlL'SSELL, Publisher,-New YorK.
CAN YOU KEEP 70 SECRETS?
For ten cents we will mail you 70
Secrets you can keep. 70 select recipe
for toilet preparations. North Sid
Woman's Club, 420 La Salle avenue,
rw Wanted to buy
lurquoise rcs, t
l iueise tough. f'r
net-'traf h. hry E. Opreaheimer &
Co., 12 Maidtn Lane, Ntw Ycrk.
I I PHOENIX BAKERY
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