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THE' ARIZONA .REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1920 (Section Two) PAGE THREE Labor and Living Gome Very Cheap In Port Au Prince fH--;: -vis TySTZ 'n'1 ,niv square meals. Tin, cbS in T "V r,,,""i-. they are cjin and comfortable. no mala could not b., oh- t (flhherC n thn UnIte,i States rVa-uiTt Pri- Lheon is a ... JL C. UFSe ff ast- They never tervc ic5?vrMr tro nioats- hen .ceoTainff to ih. Am-i., .... , - -KtomwpJcrt,P.lL-....,rc.i.r;otr ilr,prD Oi fcii fef . L I I i I 1 V oou.lu The ,r?rult Lrf porch overlooking the Vea PVCkS the o, angcs. ert c-VTUe dlsh H tho chicken. l?it,on' Nc,bO'Jy even wants to Em lk.Pn after taylns throe work In Haiti. A Haitian boy. waiting faith fully on a Kuest for 21 meals, beams hn delijrht when tipped three (?ourd,, crlr duty is to spread the mosquito T'et, almost drops to her knees for th" re weekly. The bov tfho fetches i tter and fe, the shoes gladly slips a man extra towels for three gourdes a k. Iaundry at American rates would coet more than room and board i,n Haiti !f there were laundries. There Is much to to out from each room dsily to washerwoman, and Jt comes back spick and span at nominal cost. But Haiti has not reached the point where It may bid for tourist travel. A man. stopping at the best hotel here for the- first time, feels rather foolish when he. asks for room nd bath and is con nucjed to a little house 60 feet away where, he. may get a shower. It's a hard life for women. The best, however, is in sharp con trast with the worst, for the laborer gets -0 cents a day, and thousands of natives live only on fruit that grows wild everywhere,- the year round, like the roses. Even Dead Ruler Cannot Be Great In Potsdam City I'OTSDAM, lec. H Frederick the Crest is no longer Frederick the Great lo the. attendants who show visitors through the various palaces of the late imperial German family and the gar- 1 risen church, where the body of the J i'i'-tm. i.iiinjii.-i ui xiuuviizuiicru lies. He is merely Frederick the Second, i.i accordance with aji order issued by the litef of the custodians of tho palaces. To the democratic regime which has wept over T'otsdam, tho most impe rialist! and aristocratic center in Ger many, even a dead emperor cannot be great. On th whole the T'otsdam palaces have undergone few changes under the new government. In Spartioist days, rioters did not reach them as they were under the protection of lojul troops. Consequently, there was no plundering snd looting, .ind the royal residences remain exactly as they were before the hurried departure of William II, except for the disappearance of the strictly personal belongings of Willlim md his family. The new palace, where William II lived, is now open to th" public on cer tain days. IU: library Is almost devoid of books, most of them having been nt to Holland. The smaller dintnsj' room and living rooms have, apparently been stripped of strictly personal be longings. Tho furnishings which re main are pretentious. Gift pieces from other sovereigns and elaborate historical paintings, tapesties and itatues arc untouched snd give the palace a museum appear t ance. It Is not unlike crsailir s or Fon talnbleau in atmcsphere. and thc-e is itothtaff about any of the three Pots dam palaces to indicates that they have been used within the last century. Tb shell room In the New palace, whose pillars and lonjr walls arc lind by inlaid frleses and semi-precious stones, presents tho appcafVune of a souvenir stand st Colorado Springs. The carpets are rolled hack from tlic creat marble floor and sfrips .of mat linjr, lined by ,r;u.de ropes, indiat" to visitors how they may move through the grotto-like hall where tlie children of the imperial family always had l,hpir Cbrlstmas cntertainmenls. . The great trerracein front of the orangery, overlooking Kan Souci paik. lacks the ancient Chinese astronomical instruments which wen taken from the imperial obnervatory in, JVkinif at the timo of tho Eoxer troubles. These instrumeuts were erected on pedestals and attracted much attention. But un der the Versailles treaty they bad to be returned to Chlaa. o Kecrults are entering- the service of the United States navy at a rate cx- eeding 2300 a week. o Twenty-five modern destroyers of the United States navy arc now cruis ing" in European waters. ' - o- Four million acres of agricultural sell In France, which was pitted and sra.rred, are already urtder cultivation. o The Second division has been se lected as the one division of the United States army to be kept at the full strength. . IKE YOUNC LADY ACROSS THE WAY TMI YOUNG LADY ACROSS THE WAY. Tti yoonit Uiy across he way fa. s rhC now weiha 1H pounds in her ,tt. which fhe suppose wo'iW c-jt Its sub rns to W " ii iu f ,f hi 'V I 1 w- jr.-- 4 .:.. v "" - " Everything in this store at revised prices Outing Flannel Pajamas and Nightgowns Former Value $3.00 to $5.00 , Revised Price $2.60 to $3.50 SILK PAJAMAS $7.50 to $15.00 Values Revised Price $5.50 to $9.75 Leather Sport Coats $50 and $60 Values Revised Price $35.00 $60 to $75 Values Revised Price $48.50 $80 to $110 Values Revised Price $68.50 1 - it' V . I 0- - Ill MO And Then If you can't decide what to give "Him" Buy a gift order and let "Him" select "His" own at "His" store. For He Full Dress Sets Cuff Links Belt Buckles Belts Slippers Shirts Bath Robes ' Shirts SUIT CASES AND BAGS $5.00 to $50 Values Revised Price $4to$40 . MACKJNAWS Revised Price SWEATERS $5 to $16 Revised Price $4to$10 " LADIES' SILK HOSE $2.50 to $3.50 Values Revised Price $1.95 ? $2.45 SLIP OVER SWEATERS $7.00 and $10.00 Revised Price $3.00 ' TOILET SETS $5.00 to $25.00 Revised Price $4,00 to $20.00 ' PULLMAN SLIPPERS $3.50 to $5.00 Now $2.80 to $4.00 Leather House Slippers $5.00 to $8.00 Revised Price $4.00 lo $6.40 THIS IS S. P. U. G.'s AvVf" T?" t" " 1 1 " " " " "' i hjj i -m0 If Man Wears It, We Sell It A H ANN Y GUARANTEE GUARANTEES CLOTHES INSURANCE Home of Hart ntmvt ri i w in ihniiwi "RimarHi3''S Will Like These Gifts Collars Pajamas Hosiery Sweater Vests Auto Gloves. Hats Sweaters Neckwear FELT SUPPERS at $3.00 to $40 Now $2.40 to $3.60 AUTO GLOVES $5.00 to $10 Values Now $4.00 lo $8.00 VELOUR HATS $15 to $25 Values Now $11.00 to $18.00 SCOTCH HATS $4.00 to $10.00 Now $3.15 lo $7.95 BATH ROBES $10.00 to $35.00 Values Revised Price $8.00 t0 $28.00 SMOKING JACKETS $8.00 to $40.00 Values Revised Price $6.40 to $32.00 COLLAR BAGS $2.50 to $5.00 Values Revised Price $2.00 to $4.00 HEADQUARTERS USEFUL GIFTS ALL Schaffner & Marx Clothes tore Gloves Lounging Robes Leather Coats Leather Vests Suit Cases ' Bags Trunks KNIT TIES Revised Price $1,50 to $7.00 $1.20 to $5.50 LUXTTE SILK HOSIERY $1.00 to $2.00 Values Revised Price 85c to $1.60 NECKWEAR $1.00 to $7.00 Values Revised Price 'M 65c to $5.50 SHIRTS $3.00 to $20.00 Values Revised Prices $2.50 to $14.00 READY FOR HIM ' mnT 11 "