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Week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1320. LOOK FOR THE. DIAMONDS HERE AT HOME; STOP CHASING OF PHANTOMS eason why a great many people make no progress ir ne world is because they are constari'.y chasing a I rvF mi" o ihe wisp. They are always seeking the cad of thei rair-1 with its fabied pot of gold. Trese men and women forget that there are diamond field:., ail around them. They are here in 1 Paso. It's strange more people haven't discovered them. The gems are not all underground; they're in the stores and shops, in the trades and professions, in science and in trade. Here in the great southwest opportunity knocks at every man's door, and knocks repeatedly. Reward for effort is offered here in perhaps greater measure than anywhere else in the country. If yon would succeed, don't listen to the litre of elsewhere. Ask yourself if the opportunity is not as great here as in any other city or section. You are chasing a win o' the wisp when you start oat in the expectation that in some other city yon will have a better chance 1 PSso has all the opportunities that ether cities have and many that cannot be found elsewhere. This is the Marvel City of America. Carved oat of the desert, it has overcome obstacles that would have meant defeat to men of small courage. Bat 1 Paso's builders are the kind of men and women who know not the meaning of the word iail They have lard the foandation for the great metropolis of the southwestern empire. Here where the mountains meet the plains, where oar country touches the vast un developed republic of Mexico, where all the railroads that traverse the southern routes across the continent pass, here is a city of destiny. Already 1 Paso is the trade center of Arizona, New Mexico and western Texas. Development in these three states is in its infancy. As this great region grows. El Paso wiH grow. Our city will be the Chicago of the southwest. Fortunate indeed is the mat, especially the young man, Who Hoover Is. THE most remarkable man in many respects in the United l States is Herbert CJark Hoover. He is-not a politician, never has been and many of his admirers fear he never will be. He will appeal particniariy to tne soumwesi Be cause he is a mining engineer and once worked in New Mexico. Reports have conflicted about the place of Hoover's birth. But that is a point that is settled by "Who's Who in America." Mr. Hoover was net born in England as some persons have said. Neither was he born in California, as many have believed. In fact he was born in the little town of West Branch, Iowa. The date of his birth was Aug. 10, 1874. He is, therefore, only 45 years of age. Yet in those 45 years he has crowded rich experiences that have come to m in many quarters of the globe. Mr. Hoover acquired the degree of Bachelor of Arts in mining engineering at Leland Stanford university, Cali fornia, in 1895. He also got his wife in that state. He had had experience with the geological survey in Arkansas previous to his graduation and later was employed by the government in similar work in the Sierra Nevadas. He was at one time assistant manager of the Carlisle mines in New Mexico and later manager of the Morning Star mines in California. This was in 1896. He went to Ans tralia and in 1897 became .manager of several large mines there for Bewick. Morein & company. In 1899 Mr. Hoover was chief engineer for the Imperial Chinese Bureau of Mines and did extensive exploration work in the interior of China. He took part in the defence of Tien Tsin during the Boxer uprisings and proved to be as good a soldier as he was an engineer, in laoo ne servca m the Tenresentative of the bondholders in the construction who is here in these early days, for he has the opportunity . of the Ching Wang Tow harbor. This finished, he became io lay thv foundations tor fortune that wfll make his name general manager of the Chinese Engineering & Mining blessed among his children and his children's children. , company. In 1901 he became a partner in the Australian El Paso has its problems, to be sure. The city that has . firm whom he once served as manager -and his office head- no problems is dead. Oars win be solved by the same men of brain and energy who nave made tie aty wnat it is today, aided by sew Mood that is constantly adding vigor to our manhood. Look for the diamonds, the acres of diamonds, that are about you in El Paso and thresgheat the great southwest Make El Paso the golden dty of your dreams. o It mast not be forgotten that Gen. Pershing is csming to El Paso as an officer in the United States army and as the former commander of the army that made the world safe for democracy and not as a social leader to be lionized The kaiser should be tried and doubtless convicted. But in order that future generations may say we were ab solutely fair, he should be tried with a neutral country sit-. ting as lodge and jury. We need not scoff at the idea that sanspots cause earth quakes. Spots on a card when there stosM have been fases have caused many a case of heart failure, o The reason only one percent of the fighters get medals for bravery is that there were no medals left after the Ts-ivel chair officers got theirs, o There is no parrJenJar objection te a man avenging a wrong done to his sister, bat kfl&Jg a man in jail seems to us like potshootisg. o Now that "Fatty Aibackk has announced he has a -ellar, he will have a heap of company. o The man with the biggest neck doesn't always win in a wrestKag match. We all admit prices should drop, bet? nobody wants te start it nnarter were removed to London. In London he soon ac quired interests in many of the world's largest mining and development companies and directed much work in Russia aiui Aria He is orohaMv more responsible than any other Him for the discovery and production of platinum in the- TJral mountains. Tn 1Q15-1S Mr. Hoover was made chairman of tit American relief commission in London and later he was placed in charge of similar work in Belgium, where he in ni Vn.irrM. nethods in the distribution cf American donations., Mr. Hoover is a member of several raining and scientific dubs. He is a trustee or atanioio. muvcisiij. h. fMini? time to write several books, among them Fr7,o-e of Mininr." "Primaries of Mining." He trans lated from the Latin AgricoU's "De Re Metallica." He has offices at 1 London Wall Buildings, London, E. C, 7.1 Broadway, New York, and in the Mills building, San Fran One of the characteristics fit Mr. Hoover was brought oat a few years ago when one of the partners of a con cern he was interested in absconded with about $1,000,000. Mr. Hoover diverted from his private funds what he coaM and borrowed enough more to replace the money so that stockholders would not suffer. Then ho so directed the company's operations that he made back his personal loss. When he served the United States as food administrator, he worked for $1 a year. If Mr. .Hoover chooses the right kind of poHtlcal com pany this year, Ms chances of being elected president shouM be most excellent. o : It is next to a certainty that any Bquid that wlH kill a T"n won't grow hair. i o , BuH&e frml that iksH fall Bttheul thdlpng InJtti it loo mtiov far me. XjtdrMirjsMoataciM. Liltle Interview. El Paso, Should Make Effort To Get Tubercular Sanitarium Urges City To Send Business Delegation To City Of Mexico "M 'RE than a week has pawed 4 nie announcement wia made that the Benerolent War Risk - c en of Texas was ready to receive 1 ids from any cities or communities ueinne to get the tubercular santta r um for Texas soldiers," said Mrs. order barter. "Gov. Hobby Is r sident of this society, and a recent ctter from him to the KI Paso Fed ration nf TV omen's dabs requests it at ea"h member pledge to clip one "upon from each Liberty bond and -pnd jt to apply on the $5M,0 cam- The Young Lady Across The Way y&$ THE young lady across the way says people who own their own homes are the best citizens and Bolshevism v. ould die out very soon if we had an entirely homogeneous popatatien. paign for funds with which to erect and equip this sanitarium. "As the governor has also asked that a committee be appointed to con fer with El Paso business men la or der to make this as far reaching as possible in oar city, I wish to sot that nil Paso has the climate and all es sentials as ne logical location for this sanitarium. -1 should like very mnch to see the city officials, cham ber of commerce and all organisations, both men and women, take some united action toward jrettine the sani tarium located here, and if such ac tion is takes a plan can he worked out by which to raise a vast sum through donation of the coupons. "We are told that many Texas boys are now la hospitals in other states because we have no accommodations for them in their native state, and many hate waived their rights he cause they do not care to enter hos pitals for treatment elsewhere. "The expenses of caring for soldiers in his hospital will be oorne by tne federal government, bat Texas must raise the fund for the building. Let us remember our duty toward the Texas boys who served nobly and are now broken in body. They need our services now. Are we going to fail them This Is a matter in, which there should he immediate action, and we should be striving to see that this building not only is secured at the earliest possible moment, but also that It shall not be located in some Isolated and Inaccessible place which would result in lonely hoars for the inmates." "Th, Bmhi. f MkmrarMt htn14 take stane to th end that ih. knrf. rampant in the east,' neeo Interests of this city be well re-,ot Kansas City. "I resented at the conference of Ameri can merchants, manufacturers and bankers, to be held in the City of Mexico, under the auspices of the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico, 'February 11 to 13," said Kll Krupp. "I kBOw how hard It is to get away for the time which will be required to make (he trip, but I feel sure a good sised delegation can be induced to go if the Importance of the oonference is Impressed upon those whose vital Interests are at' stake San Antonio. Dallas. Fort Worth and Houston will be represented, not only at the conference, but en the special trata whlca will carry the American business men to the City of Mexico "This city should be represented not only for the purpose of participating in the discussions which will take lace at the meeting, but for the more mportant purpose of getting ac quainted with the American business men who will be on the special and making them aware of the advantage of handling the trade of the northern states of Mexico through this gate way. I have no doubt that there will be many Mexican merchants, manu- When A Feller Needs A Friend - By Bnggs (Copjrtaht. !:. Nw York Tribune. lac) DEOMnON OP DEPENDENCE f'xfttH JSmB ;Tnat childhood is endowed with certain inherent, and inalienable righb among which are freedom from toil for daily bread; the right to play and to dream -the right to the normal sleep or the night season ; the right to an education that we raay have equality of opportunity for develop ing oil that there" is in us cf rnmd and narf" M?&uay f r-f-par.r & Patter And Chatter r. Bj 3. E. KISKR- o a Radical Preacher DF H. PBRCT STICKTBY GRANT, Yon hare thought too mnen my I3T. And they want you to recast. Or be raoTlnK r.sht away. Shane on you! .Dont yeo know How to atdesteo here-lee When they order yon to so. Tell me where you're setoff. please. IT appears that you have not Been adhering to the ereedi YonTe been liberal In thoosht. And are daaceroaa. Indeed! What m shame that you should preaeh That which Isn't stale and flat. Freedom of the press and "P And such other stuff as that: YOU haTe made the train too plain. And a pretty mes you're sllrred. To permit you to remain Would be txttegr absurd. Stepping from the ordered stoot Cannot be eondoned. yon know. And Hs Httle wonder youie Heard that you may haTe to so. yR. PEHCTlf STICKXEY GRT, Sbame on you and your kind You should stfek to solemn cant Keeptoe H else from your mlad. Still If they expel you, pause T1U you're told me X beseeefa. Where you may be found, because I shall want to hear you preach. DB CAAT SOMBBODV FIND -V HOTTER WiTt. Some of the people of Germany seem to thin, the best way to t troaolels by starting more. It's an old practice, but it Isn't often succe'wfu IT'S USBPUIBSS IS GOB Prohibition commissioner Kramer has ruled that you mustn't drink eider if It contains more than I percent of alcohol. As, the poet would say. let u never be lax in obeying, whatever the ordess may be. so hasten, dear brothe to get out the axe and let us cut down the old apple tree A COMPORTIXC THOBeUT One of the millionaires say the rich are suffering more, than the poe -because of the diminishing Value of the dollar. After yon haTe thought thi over for a while you may be able to reaMie how rocky you are If you ha en any dollars to diminish. KHEP SMltrVG In the Milky Way another Star Is found. Why not Cease to he discouraged, brother T This should help a lot. ! Ve TOWNE GOSSIP I i ' BedBtered OL S. Vateat OMee. Rippling Rhymes i By WALT MASOX. ' Better Days ABETTER time is coming I am qcite sore of tkis waen yea will see me thrumming my lyre in perfect bbsa; lie Eeds, who daim attention, will be too scarce to mention, the serpent of dissension wfll be too weak to Ms. We all are growing saner with every passing day; the evidence grows plainer that pipe dreams fade away; and soon weTl stand and wonder why in the name of thunder we tried to tear asunder the things that ought to stay. You'll see ns backward gazing, and viewing, with a tear, onr antics most amazing, In one unholy year, when we were all demented, distraught and discontented, and every day invented new kinds of doubt and fear And, on the heights of reason, well mutter, 0an it be, that through one godless season no dome from bata was free' 0, can it be we ranted, and clamored to have planted in this air land enchanted, fake lands of liberty?" Slow, slow has been the waking jrom wild and bughouse dreams, but now the morn is breaking, and sunlight on us streams, and as the morn advances well come forth from our trances, while ver our eagle prances and fills the air with screams j. 5 ' S t by George Matthew-Adams. WALT MASON. rstnrrx and hankers from all parts of the republic who are not us well informed regarding El Paso's impor tance as a market as they might he or as they would be after having the matter explained to them by a good delegation of wideawake EI Pass business Hjen. I hope the chamber of commerce will take the matter up. 'It women lust knew how the egret heron is killed to get the plumage for women's. hats they would quit wear ing these plumes,' said Carter Evans. "The heron will not nest until water rises about the marsh or swamp where it has built the nest. At hatch ing time the birds develop the beau tiful plumage. It 1s then that hunt ers go after them. The egret plumage is stripped, skin and all. from the middle of the bird's back. Persons who hare gone through the marshes after a hunter has passed through tell me that they found often as higtr as a hundred birds, with their backs stripped raw, still alive and strug gling against the Insect parasites which were at work on them. This 'is only part of the cruelty. The little birds are left to starve, as they are fed only by the mother. So. for a few dollars the hunter tears up the little family, subjects the mother bird to torture and then death, and dooms the little birds to starve. How any civil- i tzed woman could wear one or these plumes, snowing toe manner in wnicn they are obtained. Is more than I can see. I think the federal game offi-1 dais are exactly right in making an example of all persons they find with tnese pinmes in tneir possession . The Ugh cost of Hvlng Is running i saia . Lt. Jeal. recently was in New Jersey and other states in the east and they report prices are higher now than ever before, with little pros pect of a decline. In Missouri, Kansas and Illinois the prices of food, cloth ing and other necessities continue to go up, with one exception. Rents have not advanced to an unreasonable point- The thing merely resolves It self into a case of the dealers stretch ing their prices as far as the public win let tnem. But the rebound is going to come sooner or later and when It does some dealers will srei. an awful slap in the face. I notlcea that some pointed to the fact that one could get cheaper goods by shop ping in smaller stores. -uneaper goods' is right I have gone shopping in the little stores, with cheap prices, and found mostly lunk. The public in general, the working class In par ticular demand a good grade of com- raoames. it is on tms grade or stair, that with the largest markets, that profiteers are making their money. The very ooor couldn't eoend more and therefore the dealer must of nec essity have cheap goods at cheap prices. The foibles of the very rich always brought ridiculous prices and therefore don't Interest us. It Is the staple commodity, the standard grade that Interests us and It Is on this class of goods that the dealers are forever adding from one cent up tc their prices."! V name, by Shakespeare, is called "the eiancawMy Dane. . The eltv of Phoenix is the capita of Arisolka. 7. Clear was a rataoos Kossan ora tor, statesman and man of letters who died use jeaav ox ou wntrngs are Dreserred. s. A protocol m .a preliminary memorandum or first roagh draft of a document or immense importance; such as the first draft of a peace pact, in which connection this term Is usu ally employed. S. Edward Alexander McDowell was one of the greatest American eom-1 posers who ever lived, born isoi. died 1M7. if. Costa Rica is a republic in the southern part of Central America; San Jose Is Its capital r its eastern shores are washed by the Caribbean sea and on the west coast line the Pacific ocean Sew Questions. 1. Who was Mare Antony 2. What Is ethnology J- Where Is Bucharest? , 4, What is a harlequin? 5. What is henneouin' . Who wrote the "Pickwick pers. . wnat is taic 8 What la a stylus . Where is the Black sea 10. Who was Hiawatha ? Pa- George Washington was man of two parishes UESTIONSt AND I ANSWERS Q " century. lauveat IS the theater In which Uaeoln nai shot still standing; E. C. A. President Lincoln was shot in his box at Ford's theater. The building is still intact, but is no long er used as a theater. Q. What was th per capita con sumption of distilled liquors In IBIS! J. o. II. A. In that year there were 11.- I officers have them of gold and black 3Zi.Zit gallons or liquor consumea in i intertwined, crossed arms on ine coi Enzland has had 14 ites. The first was. John Dry- den. The present poet laureate Is Robert Bridges. Two of the as noted of the group of poet laureate were WUHam Wordsworth and Alfred Tennyson. U. Is It passlhle to tell the branch of the servtee to whleh an enlisted ma a belongs r is. jl. is. K. vThe branch of the service to whlli an enlisted man beloners is in dicated by the color of the hat cord he wears and a. button on his coat collar. The service of an officer Is not indicated by his hat cord, bat by crossed arms on his collar. Generals ear gold hat cords ana ail otner the United States or 1 1? gallons per person. Q. How does (he tonnage of tar merchant marine compare with that ot Great Ilrllnlnf C. I't :. A. tloyBTs register for 111-2 shows that the tonnage of Great Brit ain's merchant marine fleet la 18.C07. 75, while the tonnage of the mer chant marine of the Onlted States Is 1J.OJ1.77S. Germany ranks third with Japan and France In close competi tion for fourth honors. Q. How many poet laureates has Englandr TO R. t. A. Since this honorary office was established away back in the 17th lar Indicate Infantry: sabers, cavalry. cannon, srtillery, castles, engineers, a colled sernent like device, medical department. wheel with crossed quills, quartermaster corps; wheel with a wing thereon, motor trans port corps, etc. Q. TO here are the hottest points In the world f If. II. A. The weather bureau says that it has not Dositue data on tnia sud- lect, but that the following Places are generally referred to as having the highest temperature Sahara des ert. Arabia, the interior of Australia, and the southwestern valleys of the United Statem Temperature running By K. C B. XR. JtMES Burton Pond. LBCTX11B MA.XABBR. MY DE.IK Mr. Fond. FOR TTOO or three weeks. I'VE BEEX reading in the ABOUT ALL your Uoahli. WITH xiURICB Maetertuck. AND OP how yea want htm. TO TtLK Inr7nglls AND OP how he tried. AXD THE language he spoke. WAS OSB of his own. THAT A woman taught him. IN TTO'O or three -weeks. AND BECAUSE the woman. ASV MAURICE himself ARB THE only persons. WHO ICVOIV the language. m IT WOULDN'T work. TVHBX HE tried It out. rxrs A terrible mees. AND lOUTtB all mixed up. WITH A lot of dates. FOR MAURICE to fill. IX THE English language. -.VXD MAURICE says. HBFLL FILL them in Trench. AND YOU wont let him. ATD I want to suggest. IP TOU still have the dates. XXO MAURICE won't go. AID YOU need the money. THAT YOU might look around. RIGHT HERB at home. AMONG TUB fellows. JLSD hire; one. AXD EiVP oat word. THAT AFTER a long. AND DILIGENT search. YOU HAVB found a man. m WHO FILLS tat bill. ' AND WHO evont Insist. UPON TALKING tn French. YOU MIGHT got Beth Orndorff. TO THLL why tho roadhousis ARE STILL open. m m OR ED. MeCHntock to telL XYHT HB deesnt like eonere; FOR COUNTY roads. OR BOB Dorhandt to tell whr HE WANTS to be sheriff. OR J. X. QuaM to tell why. HE WANTS te go to Austin. TO THE legislature. WHEN ADRIAN: Poors tlreai'y there. AND HAVB "BH1" Roe ten why HB ALWAYS takes ttcktts AT THE Charity ball. IF IT is to kesp out et BUYING A ticket. AND THERE are a lot of thing WB WOULD like. TO HRAR about THAT WOULD be Interestlr- m IF YOUR Frenchman. WONT TALK In, English. i IrHANK you. from 120 to US or slightly more have been observed tn those localities. l. What were the names of the three wise men who vLstted the rhHd Jesus at Bethlehem; M. 1. C. A. According to tradition they were Gaspar. Melchoir and Balthazar. They came from Persia, and tombs that are supposed to contain their mummies arestill standing. Q. Can dividends be nald by a cor poration on common stock; before aH SCHOOL DA YS XleCIaro Kempaper Syaidteite. By D WIG for the year were 3Mw3.?X and tv total eipendltnres JZ.WI 64. County tax collector Chas. Da-v jr.. at noon today estimated that 1 i noli tax receipts naa oeen issued tnia county SHU rrmnmond is amnKirnr ' Icrtm &b Elks minstrel show in u near future. 1 B t l. fine valley Srool of exceptional qua ity sells for approximately 27 ce-tj a pound. Mr. Harm also states that it take five to six pounds of w 1 to make & suit or clothes and that since the average cost of a suit rf clothes is about $C0, it does not tae much arithmetic to figure out that somebody is getting- a gret deal rro-a than his share ol tne proms. I KW1Z i Rc u. a Pit. ott. 1 1 Answers to Yesterdays Kwls. 1. Rasputin was a priest or monk of the Greek Catholic church who be came a conspicuous figure In the court of the late czar of Russia; he was assassinated by friends ot the czar who feared his influence. 2. A dryad Is a mythological crea ture, a wood nymph, a nymph dwell ing In or presiding over woods and trees. J. A bill of lading Is a written ac knowledgment by a carrier giving the details of shipment of a quantity of merchandise 4 The ba of Bengal Is a part of i.hp Indian ocean Iwng ea-t of India 5. Hamlet, In the tragedy of that (ddk Eaf I "M r t-Arfgtf-' ssggi uu.ssss- pr-r-TTnim:' , fv this & "7 '' .. . Wm Ist raoae fa- ti. T CF? sfttw VcTfTe b- ttrc -wntre - ia cijni . ..t.t.. . one: c'"" ggm - ym & ac " T0 72sLi9 i-s-ssitK i. I lj-"ff I it I I I fl i r" Li h i I i JJafBTif te- sic iraJ u3rkgjj$fr?- a stjf fib snt4 j!J JBJKmr 9 lllifkV yKiTi r sRsaBBBBsR 3atl, I1 BM lratVQfk W? KSSaf I StMmVBBiSmmSsS W w1 -za- Wfrf -L ItL-BtfL clwtiC- wuo gets rrr John Harm, a, sheep raiser dividend are paid on preferred loekf farmer in the upper valley, . AV. & A. An dividends on referred nsd accumulative preferred stock mast be paid before any dividends are paid oof; lumaoB aioc-Jt, CI. What la .he votmlatfon of Great Britain and Its dependencies! S Cm X. A. Tho estimated population of the British Empire is 438.MAjlK. or about four times that of the United states. Q. AVho vraa the first now master i general of the United States? R. Gl A. Benjamin Franklin was the first head of the postal system of the , l nited states. When he took over the affairs of his office, there were . teentyrfWe post offices, with an at ere pate postal revenue of $Jt.o a , year. Today we haveNnore than M,0S post offices and about see.OOe em ployes. The aftsreirate revenue col lected and expended amount to abeat tsrto.soo 00 annually. Q Plea? print In your paper the ( con-ret proa nnelat fen of the city of iioDOaaen, -. j Header. A It is pronounced with lane e-'a and a hort e- f 14 Years Ago Today 2 F-om The alerald of ThUDate. .0J rjEPORTS from Taeoma. Waab tell IV f the wrM-k of the alencla, of the Pacific - 'aiship companv. with f4 ; iceri and .a crew of . eff the . of the Cape Beale. on Vancouver tr 1 coast, with a heavy leas of Fir rirlv mln morntns; destroyed f l UMne.s port'on of San Autrus- T tas Including: the five brick i dm its of the town. I-mitrration commissioner Prank 1. revnt is expected in 1 Paso In a i'ii from "Washington. p- rents of the school children V no art asked to help set" in shape for plan tins; trees "iss tn the ards of the schools ntxt few weeks. annual election .of the nine r, . tori of the chamber of commerce is proirr. sins; this afternoon. Secre ir u s Tftton submitted his an nual report for publication. Accord . ltr to ne report, the total receipts Field mice ruined the what c- 3 of Australia In 1?M ' WJ Th. .TS became " tk travelm doc tor with tk full page whiskers that used f charge absolutely nothm' t advise yes t begin treatment at once? Embahnia' fluid makes a diniy chaser for wood alcohol. Coprrisht. National Newspaper SerrKs EL PASO HERALD DEDICATED TO THE 6ER ICE. OF THE PEGrUE. THAT NO GOOD CAFS3 SHALL LACK A CHAMriON. A1 THAT BV1I SHALT NOT THRIVE UJ,Ori-03n. It. t. bitter. dUr and ceatr-Hns wier ttm d4rrrtd The HrrmH fr 21 yer, J. I. UBmartb tm Mjin.fT art A M.rtta t Maaaramg Bdtr. hbhhkr'ahociatb. r&ifevS. American newspaper publishers' asso ciation AMI At'HIT BI RE.I OF tTKCllLATION T ASSiK"lATED PR CSS to xclaslvely atltl4 to tb Me tor pablicatio. of a4 news dtsiatcbs crditd to it or nt tjbrwis eredltwd tn this papr and also tas t rl n rjUblllbe-d tse-rfli. a. iNUSrENDEM DaILT NEWSPAPER Th El Paso Herald was catabitsafd :n Marco, 1IS1 The El Past Herald lactuo, also by abanrptton and tu lfm 3, Th Dally Ni. Tn Tfli-crapo. Tb- Tlfrrain. Tb rrtbuna. Tb Qraphtc, TS nit. aroe noTfiiTsnir i nf ipofpfnoitn of joqnwi ik nepvoioCTsia rat- nail-l. n TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally Hrafd per moo(h.7c. per yar S &t) Wrfa-st day and V k End Utmit. will b mJId for JIM pr year Week End t r , r yr 1J i)f 7U PTY NINTH .EAR Ot PUBLICATION Superior excluiv atareg and c plrte nw T-pa-i by Auociated 1'im laaed Wlra and Spciai C rra? 1 ' m cuverinK Arizona. New Mexico, Wet T xaa, Mexico n'msbington D " and lHTr Tork. Entered at ta Poatcmce la TX Paio. Xuu, as &oco&d rn iutUe.