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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN," THURSDAY MOKK1NU, JULY 17, iyi3 HOW UNCLE SI SLICKER GOT RID OF THE PESKY THISTLES IN HIS PASTURE LOT UHCLt Si HHP GOOD eOH ON THE VIUCiS LOHFERS WMN ' HE TOlDTHtM.es HOW IT WHS HaVILD To MM tv 7 flwiM I rf T OLD mhn -rare- Hflp vanso a Qurrr of Lquoi UNDEK W tv H(3 PASTOXt LOT-BEFOtEH: DEDi i 1 V A, H ? -A e v;v;';;lf-?'; Vj ; - this Motrins ;i for we i ': close I at noon! ) c AH where we sell Suits Trousers Shirts Ties Collars Sox Underwear . Bathing Suits Hats Etc. and give Courtesy Service Satisfaction HE HELPS TO PLAN WORLD LABOR MEET TRACTION COMPANIES ! NEED BILLION YEARLYi '"VVASHIN'OTOX. July lfi. - - Street ! railways of thp Umted StutPs will noerl i a totai of approximiitely $ 1 .HOO.90O.OO11 ; parh year tn enal)lf them to m'pt adp- nuajnly the ilemamls maiii' ly the pnli- I if, iici'orrlinR to ;tiniattn Kiven ihf fpfleral electric railways commiKSion Today hy W. (1. TSl'atlleH. iresnlent or the Stone ari l Webster .Management association of Kosbon. Mr. P.ra'llee decftired that between JfiOO.OOO.OOO and $700.000.0'i in new i-apitjil was needed; annuallT for ex tensions and improvements and prob ably $;ir.0.0ilO,rtii0 for' refundins of out standing obligations. He said that lit tle had been done in the way of im provements in the last four years owinjr to unusual conditions. "There are only two ways to obtain this money." Sir. I'.rftdlee said, "either through municipal ownership or through the establishment of some plan ho that the private investor will feel that he can count; on a reasonable return if be invests iu street .railway securities." WILL TRY IT AGAIN WASHINGTON, July 16. Republi can leaders of the house, supported hy party leaders tn the penate, acrreed today to attempt re-passage of the ag ricultural appropriation bill with its daylight saving repeal rider despite the president's veto. Chairman Haugen of the house agricultural committee late tiVay reintroduced the agricul ture bill. Consideration on the floor of the house probably will begin Friday. CRISIS IN HUNGARIAN SOVIET .VIENNA. July 16. There Is a crisis in the Hungarian soviet. General Roehm, commander of the armies has been imprisoned. Strumfeld, second In command, is .reported to have fled. Statements that Bela Kun has been in vited to a conference hy the allies has given rise to reports that he has ac cepted this subterfuge as a means of escaping from Hungary without the intention of returning. It makes no difference what your wants may be, you can have them si'p- lied by using and reading The Repub liran Classified pages. L r 5-A ' , , " v ' t - J 1 -". tra B I IS KILLED IfJ FILL L Va 1 -nus CTHELBKT Stewart will go to London to help arrange for the international labor conference to be held in Washington tinder the" auspices of the League of Nations this fall. Stewart is directof of investigations and inspections of the department of labor. GAVE DADDY AWAY LOS ANGELES, July 16. Lieuten ant Charles G. Mauzy of Fowler. In diana, an army aviator from Rockwell field, San Diego, California, was killed here today when his airplane caught fire at a height of 900 feet and fell into a tail spin. The airplane crashed down on a field about a mile from the De Mille avia tion sheds in this city. When auto mobilists, who started before it reached the ground, arrived at the spot the aviator was dead and the machine wrecked. Spectators who saw the aviator in action as he left the field said he ap peared to be exercising less care than was usual. They said his gyrations were alarming even before smoke be trayed that he was in trouble. 6 regiments. 17 sauadrons and 19 troops of cavalry; ten regiments, zo batta,- ions and 7 batteries .of field artil'.ei-- and 74 coast artillery companies, with additional forces of engineers,- sanitary and signal corps. A maximum expansion to about 440.0O0 men or 800 per senator and congressman, is provided for the pres ent as the units for the time b.irig are to be organized on the basis of 65 men to a company; 00 men to each senator and representative, giv ing aggregate strength of about 106.000. The assignment to Texas of six full regiments of cavalry besides four jther re'giments and auxiliaries was considered significant. Among the state assignments are tue following: Arizona, one squadron cavalry, one battalion field artillery. California, eight companies coast ar tillery, one regiment Infantry', one bat- Sale Marking Down Goods For Our ummer Which Will Start Tomorrow Our entire stock of Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Sweaters, Petticoats' and over 1000 new Georgette and Crepe-de-Chine Waists will be offered at Summer Bargain Prices. All new Fall garments will be included at sale prices. Further details on this page tomorrow morning. STYLE SHOP Corner Adams and First Ave. trlion field artillery, one battalion en gineers, one signal company (radio): one field hospital company, one ambu lance company, two troops cavalry. Colorado, one regiment infantry, one troop cavalry, one battalion field ar tillery', one company engineers, one signal company (outpost): one engi neer train, one ambulance company. New Mexico, one squadron cavalry, one machine gun troops, one battalion field artillery. FORD FLOUNDERS ( Continued from Page One) (From Pittsbnrg Chronicle-Telegraph) Mr. Daniels, the minister, was being entertained at dinner. Little Ralph wa allowed to be present. "Do you always say your prayers at night, my little man?" asked the guest, "Yes, sir," was the boy's prompt re ply, "and mother does, too." "That's right. And your father says his, too, don't he?" "No, sir," said Kalph, "he don't have to say any prayers." "Why what do you mean?" asked the minister. "He don't have to," repeated the child ."because he never gets home till it's broad daylight, an then what is there to pray about?" Nothing" stops me between the v grocery store and home when I have a package of sfj ' -m m ' iC" mm it 'i,ji4 ff- " ' Tn ' "inn" 1 1 in "mi n iji.ii iiii ii if I the reading of four of the speeches of President Wilson in January and Feb ruary of 1916, made at Kansas City, Ues Moines, Chicago and Cleveland, in which he stated that the country was treading among dangers: that any day might see the United States plunged in the European conflict and that there was urgent heed to enlarge the army and navy and to take other prepared ness measures. The purpose of the recitation was to show that Mr. Ford's strictures on pre-: paredneM advocates were made in op position to the president. Mr. Ford admitted that the Delavigne booklet and the pacifists article, "Humanity and Sanity" and "Concerning Prepar edness," in which the futility and waste of war were pointed out and the United Stares urged to take leadership in dis armament, were published broadcast after the president's speaking tour. Mr. Lucking stated that some of the ar ticles in the booklet were printed in newspapers prior to 1916. Mr. Ford will be questioned tomor row and probably Friday. o COCHISE VALUATION INCREASES BISBEE, Ariz.. July 16. The ab stract of the assessed valuation of Co chise county for transmission to the state tax commission, completed today by the board of supervisors, show Co chise county's taxable wealth is 1175,- 601,072.29 less exemptions to the amount of $1,627,874 or a total of $173,973,198 for taxation purposes. o 400 VESSELS TIED UP NEW YORK, July 16. After several futile conferences with representatives of. the American steamship association and union leaders, the United States shipping board decided today to aban don any attempt to operate the ships under its control until some settlement could be reached with the striking sea men, firemen and engineers. The freight congestion in this port is rap idly increasing and union leaders claim at least 400 vessels are tied up. HOLIDAY ON STOCK EXCHANGE - NEW YORK, July 16. In order to permit stock brokers to catch up with the large amount of business trans acted during the last few weeks, the board of governors of the stock ex change voted today to close the ex change Saturday. IB DIVISIONS COMPRISE IWI'G. Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, July 16. Final plans for the reorganization of the na tional guard on the 16 division basis, with divisional areas following the same limits as did those from which guard divisions were organized for service against Germany, were ap proved today by Secretary Baker. Major General Jesse M. Carter, chief of the bureau of militia affairs, imme diately sent notifications to the various adjutant generals of the units allotted !o their states and of the readiness ot tn federal government to extentd rec ognition after the required inspection had been made. The organization table announced today provides for 47 regi ments and IS battalions of infantry, yal Label unalnty EBegli lie Source of IProfccttio at FROM farm, ranch, orchard, vineyard and the blue waters of the sea from end to end of this great country wherever the beat foods are found, there Armour selects the choicest for you. Armour facilities make such selection possible. 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