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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1920 (Section Two) PAGE THREE DOINGS OF THE DUFFS By Blosser Know Just A&our HovJ sue. WAS Dt?essED- ABOUT TcU Nears eeHiwDTUc times' she's a NICE ClRl- BUT I " rtEL SORRV FOP- HER. ' veu, i'u SAV SHE. SKS'S GOOO IooKIHG BOY NO LOCKED PffETT ooO TO MET A FRJEMD bF VCWS fj f 1 ( SAX SWE NEVER. ) OH,tS TAT f oi-niesmeirWesmzoAN! looked A muuoM J So? vjeLLVoo srjr STElXA CtAYroJ-GEE S4. . V pottACS IH J SHOOVO HAVE Loomed LIKE A MlUtOM 1 rrccss viuolE UFEJ tC SEEM MEfe 1 I i . : a.. II r ir . rt- ill . , I ii'iii J IS 4' i I k 1 EWDIttT IS FAVORITE FOR H1TTF.FJ1 Appointment of Andrew Eaumert, Jr , to fill the position of national commit teeman for Arizona, made vacant by the death of Allan Jaynea, is certain, according to the statements of well known Republicans. The discussion of committeeman was revived yesterday with the call of a meeting of the lie publican state committee for .Tan. 3, when thia matter will be given con sideration. 'While several were men tioned for the position a few weeks ago. the scattering support has cvnporated nd the members of the committee are concentrating on Mr. IJaumert, ir ru mor is to be believed. It Is understood that under any cir cumstances one of the. first duties of the committee will bo the appointment of a state secretary, for whether or not he Is elected national committeeman, ATr. Baumert desires to be relieved from the exacting duties of the office. At the present time Mr. Baumert is dv votinur his time to raisin funds to meet the J6000 deficit In the Repub lican campaign expenditures. It Is thoujrht that he will bo jrlad to sur render the position of state secretary as soon as this Is accomplished. There Is a possibility. It Is said, of other changes in the Republican state committee, as it is known that Judge Albert Sames, the present state chair man, is a candidate for and will prob ably receive appointment to the sec end Judgeship In Cochise county. f created. The recent federal census plves Cochise county a population of 46.500. The state law provides an ad ditional superior Judge in each county in which the population is determined by census greater than 30,000. This appointment will relieve the congestion of the court calendar of Cochise coun ty, which has been crowded with clvli probate and criminal actions due to the Ions continued deportation cases. It Is believed that Judge Sames will re sign from the state committee on ap pointment to the bench, as the Judi ciary of Arizona is on a non-partisan basis. o MGIffi DEPJRIEHI f,S STEEL FOR SALE The Mate htehwav department is of fot-i.,v f..r Kale 50.000 nounds of rein furcinjr uteri for concrete work. The wurp)u of steel is accounted for by the hH!ise of design in the bridge at Arlington from a concrete to a wooden pi'e utructitre. it Ti.prtii that the steel will find . ready market amonsr the numerous ronnaitors in and around I'noenix in nniwi iC Kimirtnrrl material. Thd r.urclia.sine department under K. C. Moore, has made a practice of buying tsteel in carload lots well In advance of construction In order not to take any chances in delay or ar rival of steul from the east. The steel now for sale was ordered several months ago by the highway depart nient. i 11 1 1 ga f ' ' 1 f t.X ill i NEEDMT H I aLir.,r "LA'ii till i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Himself NT vcusvy KgX,- tr. -izJm K. 71 swmrrtomw x HOi"1 er n ) 3?, IDU rs urtte-ns just Jffi ' Mou-iwsiviueiwm (S!,z) "'ftSptSB I (oarevE-i'wouuoiiVl If moxoowtBE1! Jviuvusr Look) II APV1CE fWMA, .0 ml fcM'K? Ipt ill Si:S!!i!i!il!II!!l!i!i!iIlii!!!i!!i!!i!l!:!i!lllIi:il!!!ll!ilS!ll!ll!lllIB iFcoihiiis to Arizona Arrangements have been completed for the bringing to Phoenix of the r amom p oromar n&mai UneoMalled. ii IC and Most fCsd Sfdtes ter in die Uni Don't miss seeing "Keeping Up With the J Joneses." It will appear every day exclusively in The Arizona Republican, starting tomorrow. Drawn by POP MOMAND, the ORIGINAL ARTIST, the Father in "Keeping Up With the Joneses," will bring a laugh every time. ii ii liiL-s ft, JO H 8 H JJ H M IT " im. I "The State's Greatest Newspaper" .-,: -"-.4 ) iillliiiiiiS ; i ; !