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JiJL PASO HERALD
HUMS OVFHTHROW FEDERALS
110 ESTABLISH SOU OEIG
Linion he, Feb 25 Workers, me explain very carefully their al--x
Pn. J i -o1ic:o ItaH haeleged cruelties and stories about al
c zd th1 in tin fal bundinps andllesjed coram umzed women, and of-men
n-n mimed j. -ov ct (.'onmert ac- who were slaughtered and mutilated.
-'irs t i Rcmt dispatch to i he f These mad them choke with laugh
enirol N w r fiehTinc bf-t ween J ter and soldiers who heard It went to
ij-K-r,: an i Car b nters. mary per-' other parties and told their comrades
- i ttcrp wound- Disorders also i who lined It lost as ranch-"
1 j t cjrred aT it cno Montcbl-
r- ud .i.n the .n.patch j SIBERIAN REVOLUTIONARIES
Poland Farora Fact.
i .1-:iJ'w Polind Tel Zb Foland
'iifd To .rter peace negotia-
tn The Pu?sL n sovie jtov
' mm tIi n official
-n ent to tl effect was made to
h the leifeTi affairs com
ee n ihe di't.
o i'r.'ih rrditions would fn-
". iru'ion of territory taken
n poi-n-4 in 'ht first partition o'
and s'isenjenth The rieht nf
"'rn ination for
i .t. i,
between Ru-1
tl iih -i l iiii' i i
- To rd is f he insisted up
- a in dpi
.n.i h. Nfifuj
-t-p t vf ntat ev of the Russ.an
- '.."--'.i
REDS LAUGH AT STORIES
AP alimrn T.DRni.ICM
r-,:z vrrrTh: .
Hol'mrt Feb i The
i--vants and soldier were
-d oer the stories toT(l
( ot 1-t-ir crtlt says the staff
:'i ot "e rtanueisoiaa i.
onfntimg hi description
i-ot.et Russia, from
nsia. Trom
a4- ,ust rrturned
ojrse or a trip anotra s.tii
- i ? th Wrtk officers
i nc.nt v.as askea mny ; , American ambassador to France.
,. .. .. .....(will take part in the deliberations
a?Kei. f 1' ??, ''"..J11 relative to the Hungarian treaty.
-. .cm-w Vr- umu.ru
- i.me bolshevik
Eyervtiuag tkat k sew ia shape
and color it fcere, and Hie bed
of all k ew lew prices at
$3, $4 AND $5;
Stetsons $8 and Up.
Apply Zemo, Clean, penetrat
ing, Antiseptic Liquid
It is tncx-S---ry for you to suSer
wun eczema. Uotcbes, nngwonn. rashes
and suniiar !m troubles. Zemo,
obtainad at any drug store f 35c, or
1 00 lor extra iarge bottje, and prompt
I spoiled will usually give instant relief
i-OT itching torture. It cleanses and
.u-. ,he ill-, anrf h.U ntncklv anr!
.-ratae uie sun ana neat, qina-iy ana ,
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
cisapecnng liquid and is soothing to
i he rmst delicate slan It is not greasy,
i- eas-l, applied and costs little. Get
it tocai. and sa . c all further distress.
ie E W Rose Co 0-vesn- O
LOGO POISONING
abrstBztriO-liSafafttiMTreateesl
figSpgjBBB8B5B(S-ai-WaBPt'
B -'Walk a BJock aad Save tte
& OtffereBce"
E rsrlncr Mats
I W
HEAL SKIN DISEASES
Ho" often lockjaw and blooc Everybody is using and talking abo3t
poisoning rest from the neriea i L,KR.vni2 t.!!f.,"",i0 ,lnt J'
JT, -i,,i, ....I, , ui,i, Z,tT3' stantly beautifies the complexloa
ot s igrt scratch or Uttle eat Ham- makes a soft rosy-white skin every
lins Wizard Oil lit safe and effec-jone -Just loves to, touch- Over five
trre first aid treatment It If a pow hundred thousand girts and women
erral antiseptic and should be aj ' are ualD ,v s a real beautifler.
land to prevent danger of infection. ' money back If von don'i Hke it Adv
it ts booming and heating and
quickly drives out pain and mftam-!
mat-on in cases of sprains, braises,
ccts. burns, bites and stings. Just as
reliable, too, for stiff neck, sore feet,
cold sores, canker sores earacbe and
toothache. :
Get it from druggist- for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver '
Whips, pleasant BtOe pink pflls, 33 '
cents. Guaranteed.
L. J. OVERLOOK, BROKER
FRIIATF LBAHRD WIRE
Logan A Bryan. Chicago. New
Tori. Paine. Webber A Co. Bos
ton. Dulutb
317 1o Oregon St. Pa. 3451
St Regis Hstel
Cerrespon dents:
rilBHEKQHCEIiTl
nu tods tor BoeatM
"B." MavUteinr oar kts-
cca " rtTlDg deposit
or mail. eompoBM
ntirwt ca "iiir- Areta
EL PASOBAiNK&TBUSTCO.,
LL ASO TEX CAPITAL SM&DO00M
Ysz. t s (wti owe j0 owe tiAt mJJMitJ
Levy Grocery Company
T-kones SOS aad SM
FREE SEUTER1
Don't make a pack mule of yourself.
We deliver Groceries at cost and carry prices free
cf charge.
Orders taken for Matzos Meal and Potato Flour
for next week's delivery.
Mail us your orders at once.
PUT DAMPER ON COMMERCE
N'ew York Feb. 23 Trade between
the Imted States and Siberia, which
bade fair to run into the -millions, has
hen suspended as a result of the
capture of Yladt-vostok by social revo
lutionaries Local business Interests announced
today the had requested the state
department to inquire into the poa-
ckiiitv n lotting th.incanrin nf
lars worth of furs which were in i
i tliArnV nw-slttno- chinmnr tn thp
inui tivv . .s-p. - - - "Z I
Inlted Sutes. and also to when It
unQlrJ hf sale to sena to vnairoaigh
several steamshins wnfen len ban ;
. .. . . ..ji AAi.. i
rninciFCO lor mat aeoLiiiaiiuii caiij
thts ear. but were diverted to Japan
The vessels had large quantities of
roods destined for Siberia, mainly
textiles
..Tr.
nations coNctKi.tu i u ali
flM APPFA1. FROM HUNGARIANS 1
Tn. PranM Feb. a The
?;
'bassadorial council today decided
to
rrT. . .i. i. it
'" " '."-, tll .ntor-jSod military
'",- --' -r.
.commission to Hungary xor iniwro--
tlon in faor ol Hungariani seiiea
k -- -.m.., ..nwil-i and
'-u,.-,- to death. Hugh C Wal-
-. t.u fl-.j mT to SCt.
1AS NO FOWER TO ACT.
"Washinrton, D. C Feh. 25 Arabas
arfor u aiiue at Paris has not been
frien plenary powers to act. lor ine--
. .
ATnenean oernment In the deliber-j
... . -..-.. t.. .a th. WwMcrHati
mliuiis .c.... .-- ""-.?-,
Itreatv it was said todav at the state
department. It was reiterate that
Mr Wallace was attending the am
I bassadorial council at Paris purely In
tne capacity ot as onwrvcr.
JFRE'C1I SAD rRISO-kBRS HOMG.
Paris, Franc. Feb. St. One hun
; dred and ninety thousand priMners
jof war. including 43.110 officers, have
i been repatriated from French com
panies January Z. according to an
announcement from the French war
office.
MOTION FILED FOR REHEARING
IN CASE FROM EL PASO COUNTY
Austin. Texas. Feh. . Kotlos for
rehearing was submitted Wednesday
the supreme court
in the ease of
the El Paso and Southwestern railway
against Robert L. Lovick, from E!
Paso countv.
Sure
Relief
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
INDIGESTION
Alkali In Soap
Bad For the Hair
Soap should be used very carefully.
If sou want to keep your hair looking
its best- Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali,
this dries the scalp, makes the hair
t brittle, and ruins it.
Tne best tfiing for steaay use u
Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo
.which is pure and greaselessl, snd is
better than anything else yon can
use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will
cleanse the hair thoroughly Sternly
moisten the hair with water and rub
u ln u mMjiKB aa abllI1aaBce of
rich, creamy lather, which rinses out
easily removing every particle of
dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive OIL
The hair dries quickly and evenly,
and it leaves the scalp soft, aad the
hair fine and silky, bright, lnstrous,
fluffy and easy to manage. '
Too can get Mnlsified cocoanut oil
shampoo at any pharmacy, ifs very
cheap, and a few ounces will snpplv
every member of the family for
months. Adv
Yes, Girls
Lndrrsell
All inkers
!IS-4;0 East San Antonio
i
I
a - ral iHwgcwl
lCMfw Im)
E LL-A$S
l-FOR
trunks!
BAZAAR
I 1S J-OCT1I EL PASO ST.
9 Opposite Alhambra. K
l i
q'-''!
Bill Will Omit
Universal Army
) !
Training Plan
Washington, TX C Feb- 25 The
program of Republican house leaders
to omit universal training from the
army reorganization bill was accepted
n5 .VSH Elr&jFl2?h&' WS-Urtttonifp 5?"" 0n!-..rveJ notice that they-wo.ld bolt
port on the bill without any recom- Ma, q Robert tl Ho-aze com- the lodge leadership and Repnbiic
mendation as to training. ) mandjr Gf the district, will talk to , anlsm if ther deviated from the
Congressmen Criticise
English Cut of General
Pershing s Army Uniform
Washington, D C . Feb. 33 The
cut of Gen Pershing's coat and
trousers was debated Tuesday in the
house. He and other American army
officers were charged by representa
tive Connalli. Democrat, cf Texas
clnl-lwlth havinr "ane.1 Ktironian ash
ions in their uniforms and in carry-
1HC canes
. . - t v
-u rersnings coat . ..wt P
n: -;, w ) 6ft
iiae w mriwo npiiorw, 9m.iv r
v"rrr J 7""v .," "-" -
head, representauve J lngo. JJemo-
crat. of Arkansas. Interjected, but I.
too. noticed that his tall was ery
lEH?Ii,n . .1 . k
fnwi 11.. "M Ir nt hi. A mat If til
,-p'"r"-K..."V.""' '":S?J .'.
sho,Ias-sysyIi-15aBsH?
of state and substitute, the former
i title of counselor, in the executive J
a?P?-?i?enA -S Lb.. -n ,i!
uemiru !."..-, . ..... .,;.
resntatne ureen..Kepuoiicai. .a -
tary liosinKS retirement from me
cabinet.
"What's In a name'" Mr Green
asked. " A secretary of state by any
other name would have a row with
the administration.''
omnlltl MARINFQ AnV&Nr.F.
AGENT HERE TO BOOST SHOW.
, L.eot. Eir-MSiLsrSK..";
.'-. - .. .T-.JI-ttl-. .nr. anl
iOr Ll AWIIHfi W'lll-Wl -. w. j
---iiioj- aD(i - reealar aarlne corn ment mailed to members of congress.
r . . V . ? - . .--Lit. U T. h.T-rlRon nreftiitent of the
canstr ara.wOi
nana arnvea in & iaso nin
mnrnln-r to make arrangements
mr
the appearance of the recruiting
troupe on Its arrival here Snnday
Free open air concerts, vaudeville
shows, smoker and dances will be
given to the pnblic
SERBIAN PRINCE AND PREMIER & Simmer? "A'SSf" iw froiS
ARE WOUNDED BY ASSASSINS to SS per cent of the members of the
American Federation of I-ahor rail
London. Eng-, Feb. 25. An attempt road craft umon6 were literally
has been made to assassinate prince , nanded ner to these organizations
regent Alexander of Seria and pre-, bv a form of conscription by the
mier Pro tit eh. according to a dispatch ; railroad admin'stration.
from Triest to the Gtronale d'ltalla.
forwarded by the Central News' Rome
correspondent. Both the prince
regent and the premier were -wounded i
the report declares. i
ADOrT BII.I. TO SPEkD
MILI.IO.NS AT AR3IY CAMPS
Washington. D. C, Feb. -5 The
house has adopted and sent to the
president the conference report on ;
the bill authorizing expenditure of)
cunye WW
XW MEX RinmX FIIOM TRIP,
,,,. ,,. . ... fo-i r-.
Chief annex's znate Charles l-eu
.."iS.y'rSi" nSS.iJ,JS.3"..wsy employe, of thePanama
S"WSr-rfiKK. ."Voo-r
Bl Paso -Wedneday morning, follow
ing a recruiting trip through New
Mexico. They were aeiayea
days by bad roads.
three
AB-irv oni-cns.
"Washington, D. C FSb. 23 Capt.
Harvey U. Field, quartermaster corps.
; has been assigned to assame dnty as
1 constrmctlon qnartermaater of the
army base hospital at Fort Bliss.
Mai. Rufus Walter has been assigned
to quartermaster corps. SI Pase.
Child Labor Law
Enforced Here,
Says Jennings
Austin. Tex. Feb. 2 t. C. Jen
nings, state labor commissioner, has
returned from 151 Paso, where he made
an i-rvestttatimi of reported viola
tions of the S4 hour law and also the
child labor law. He reported that he
did not find conditions ss bad as re
ported. In fact, he saM, these laws
-were being generally enforced. He
added that, while he found a few
instances where these laws were not
being 1 1-rtdiy compiled with, these in
fractions were not as numerous or as
serious as he had anticipated.
Mr. Jennings said he will make an
effort to get an early meeting of
the state industrial welfare commis
sion, of which he is chairman, so that
a date for tils meeting on the ques
tion of fixing, a minims m wage for
women and children in Industry mayi
be held. The present plan Is to hold
the i meeting daring the month of
March.
RAILROAD LABOR TO ASK
VETO OF NEW RAIL BILL
Washli-gton, D. C -.Feb. 25 Rail
road labor has decided to ask (-resident
Wilson to veto tijs railroad re
organization bliL
In a memorial to We submitted,
probably late today, the represent--atives
of 2.4M.0M union Workers will
request the president to withhold his
signature from the measure until
they oan present s brief of their res-
Coffee
-fhe quick and plGasant,
way to be rid cf coffee
troiibles is to drink.
INSTANT
0STTJM
llhe absence
not missed,
bound to better health
comfort
lore's a
JV
iby Postum Cereal Company
"iiatue Ureei.,Wianan.
LEGION TO OOLO'POLITIGS PLAYS
IE1G FRIDAY! PART IN FIGH I
EI Paso post of the American Le
gion will idopt its constitution at its
next meeting. riaa mem. uei r
the members of tht iglon at the Frl- original language or the reservation
dav night meeting on article "10.
The arrial of several more French The coarse of surrender is being
memorials for relnti.ts of men who ' advocated by many newspapers, who
fell In -ance hat been received are anxMn to see the treaty ratified.
at the office of the secretary ot the and. who think there Is more to be
American Leirion at the chamber of gained by taking the league with
commerce The memo-ials are for the the Uodge reservations that by hav
following persons ' ing no leasts at alL But the Demo-
Mrs Olga Honeycut. 809 Myrtle 'crats are not altogether sore what
avenue; Mrs- H. H Mclanahan. Rio president Wilson wonld do if they did
tiranae apartment airs miam i
Potts. Si Sou'h Second street. Mrs.
Louis W Simmonds 6"l N'orth Ore- j
gon street, Mrs William Norton, Mrs
Fredonia HzeHine Russell 3305
Memphis freet Mrs A P Krause.
3001 Memph s str-et, Foster Hatha
way. 1315 Kast Rio Grande street
Mrs c- K r.tniDbell ii: .North Kan
pm street, j r Jvitonrn. iw. j-
B0ff in aenue Mrs F B Sorgats.
, jewe apartments James H Biegs.
a60g rouKlas street .Mrs W H Cain,
'3J08 Mobile Mreel. Jlrs J C Alpu-
. . n . .11 .
ente. 2S Slul-ra street Dr . 8
s??,h tk-'i,1 sssr sz ;
sencion rhaino, Mrs. !
t" iV .
, -,.., , . .'.. -f .. i !
Dressman 1.01 North Cotton avenue; '
Isabel 1 ountr l-08 Maeoftin ave-
,n Hnremieta Sola 9'0 S Vrain
treet. Mary Christine Frailer R. F 1
a No 1 Mrs M.no B V D A- '
Tares. 709 K.ghth str.et Mrs. James
! Randall S910 Vrmnhis street, Mrs. ,
Helen Roberts and Mrs Ida Shannon.
I formerly of Albuquerque
, r . :
(sons wl,y it should not hate execu -
ttve pproal
CHARGES PLOT BETWEEN RAIL
ADMINISTRATION AND A. F.
L.
. , .,, . - T .
UtllCUEO. Ik' fCI" .O n -L BUU.-
Chicago. II'.. Feb 25 In
.. --,.j?i- f, 'hs
-rvi-i iim.u ,u.-svu .www--
"W orkers. as Independent organisa
tion, made a series of charges against
officers of the United States rail
road administration. Intimating a
conspiracy between the officers of
the American Federation of Labor
LOCAL LBOR POLITICAL
COMMITTEES HE VSKED
Washington D C Feb Zi The
American Federation of Labor's
political campaign committee has
asked central labor unions o.er the
ountr, to meet March 22 to select
local committees of fle to conduct
In their communities labor s cam
paign tr elect its friends and defeat
Its enemies.
, Panama, Feb 25 Go Uardins of
.the canal lone tonisht issued an nlti-
matam to ire coioren mamienance 01
emolore of thePanama canal
who struck todayfor h gh
er pay, rlv-
Ins them until Thursday to resume
work under penalty of losing their
STATE DEPOSITORY ACT HELD
CONSTITUTIONAL BY COURT
osttn. Tex Feb 25 The consti
tutionality of the state depository
act was upnld Wednesday when the
thrid court of civil appeals affirmed
the decision of the trial court in the
tne aecision oi me inai court in ..
case of H S Uwipn ts the state de-
positorv board This case originated ,
in ,-iravis county w nen tawson at- ,
tenipted 'o seenre an injunction to ,
Pfrmlnrdutde.ed to il' $. 'f, '
contended violated th state and fed
If Lawson continues the contest,
the customary legal steps will be to
althar flla mnflnn rti- pshaflrlno' ho
fore the court of civil appeals or to I
apply to the, supreme court for a writ I
of error Uvson s attorneys gave I
no intimation of thjir plana
BOY SCOUTS TO USHER
FOR ELK PICTURE FILMS j
Boy Scouts of the Elks newsbov
tnTsVgivy SSTaSl. ?.r!i.1tb -
Liberty hall Thursday and Friday
etening
The films will arrive today and wiU
be giten a trv-out Thursday morningt
by will K winch, or tne committee.
IP furnish"
ng at eight
An
army on-nesira wn mrnisn
oclock.
The films are heme shown for the
purpose of raising money to aM in
eoucatinp ana renaDuitaiing soiaxers
wounded In France.
TOCRIST MAKES BOM)
nV PKbRUtl. UOI,OR CH.1HRK
Andrew Edison a tourist- charged
with havine- in his nossession amna-
gled liquor, was arrested by customs
officers at a local hotel Tsesday
afternoon The man was arraigned deliver!-; of American coal More
before United States commissioner A. than It.KJ workers will be af
J. W. Schmid and waited bearing I fected by the reopening of the plants.
He was held for the federal grand! . ,...- .. ,,... .
jur on bond of 11000. which he fur-! BRITISH BMS I!f OBBUMXT
nished. The man had a suitcase con-1 Berlin. Germany. Feb. M Brit sh
tainln, pints of ,hlx. the of- Jnesuar. panning to establish
'
of coffee is
and the re
soon shows
.Qeasozz
(Continued from pace 1.)
Lodge or insistence on the program.
surrenaer
SunTMMr for Instance, he de
cided that the Lodge reservations
nullified the purposes of the
league nnd rendered It unwork
able, and that he iron Id not per
mit his signature to go on the
document n construing the sen
ate's reservation to mean ratifica
tion .There would It leare the
Democrats In the next campaign,
vrhu bad refused to stand with the
nresidrntf
And where -womld it leave the
InSirMl.
orator, woo
-" wt to.poito in. Republican
opponents ss the true destroyer of the
treaty, when a large number of
Democrats could be promptly ex
hibited as having supported the Re
publican program?
!. t.T -M.V-.--i .
. ",' ,'.?;mf."V'r cSt"
'"W Sti"?, ff "SI eiK
S'?".10"-. pte9"i ' lM7r Xrlt
"''" "doised a league of nations
"-v Jes?"atton"-lh Rj?00"
will take the same position. The mst-
ter of responslbflity for delay will
oe naru to lOeiine. oat us movement
to get nnlty of action among the
Democrats Is the first step toward
clarification of the Democratic posi
f,,iUS,.OI..S22SfJ,?h,:
S-!J!J,-aS! L-aSff" JST
wn-rgTersirtcW-oni-
fled adopt-on of the peace treaty, but
Uto JSS iT"' ""
L-odjte on article 19.
Tnerecore, zor tne present.
tt -u I
not mean much hope for the ratifica
tion of the peace treaty Itself Copy
right. 119, by The 1 Paso Herald.
Protests Mixing Of Sick
White and Negro Troops
In San Antonio Hospital
Washington. X. X. Feb. 25 Charges
that sick white and negro soldiers
are mixed indiscriminately In tne
h-MBa ho-mital t Fort Sam Houston.
made bv Hm Adlna de Zavalla. of t
c l,.-b4. -. ,. --n Tn.-.
Sm.S-S&r-Tk?r bv oSen-'u
7li,!lJ22-?,T ' T representa-
Mr. Garner wrote secretary suw i v"i;TTl ,r.f sT f mhuh-mrM-d,.-'
.h belief that the char.ee know that the day of miracles
expressing the belief that the charges
are true, and demanding that such
fiedld not get action from the war
department, he would take the mat-
ter-uTJS-th. hojrne
MOESLE REPLACES ERZBERGER
AS GERMAN FINANCE MINISTER
i .- .
Berlla. Germany. Feb. is. Under-
. --a-----e Aa.iv a iavaa iaiavaji it
secretary ot state jrovi "j
seiscxea to ssccms awhiu e
berger, who resigned yesterday aa
mlniater of finance. Xoesle was ap
pointed as deputy to Eraberger on
January 27.
The retirement ot Enberger from
WB aa .-- ' sen a1-- tmim-s w s4M
.isaj VvtSKI. aa unaj votin j t --
lares the XHcateehe Aiigemetne zti-
tuag. Newspapers whose sympatntes
Brtl j, th -elements of the Right,
sa btm retirement is the first step
, vt fail
cr-o-rger. in teaoering his resig-'
returns proceed wtthoot prejudice or
consideraUot. for his official position.
Tna minister's rattrement and Its
alleged motlTe vera completely 1
eelrpsed by the character of evidence
which Dr Karl Helfferlch. former
vice chaneelor. sucoseded In piling up
against herr Enberger during the
last two days of the tatter's libel
suit against him.
lad steee im
Twenty yeans ago a rural school
aster and stnee IMS the stormy
petrel or oerzaan parliamentary lire.
.....,. ,n.M nnr n.
BlUBS fLUnUtK irturi l
Fnfin RinT? im tfrmany
- - - --
Berlin. Germany.-Feb. 25. Food
riots are reported at Ludwigshaven
Berlin. Germany,-Feb. zs. oa
and mobs are aald te be plundering:
shoos. Nomerooa arrests
neroos arrests have been
made, according to advices received
nere.
GERMa CirBMICAI PT-AVTS
Berlin. Germany. Feb. 25. Great
chemical
plants in the lower main
district, which were forced
to ciose
recently because of lack of fuel, have
resumed operations as a result of
.steamer service between Dansie. i
i Cooenhaien aad London, according to
I Polish advices to the Vorwaerts.
JERSEY BILL LEGALIZES
3 PER CENT BEVERAGES
Trenton. K, J, Feb. 15. Amid
scenes of tumult and cries for
recognition by members on the floor
after two hours' debate, the New
Jersey house of the assembly late
I Tuesday passed a compromise "wet"
bill fixing three ana a naix per cent
alcohol by volume, which Is declared
to be slightly stronger than the 2.7S
beei ot wartime prohibition days,
as the legal limit for beverages In
New Jersey. The bill was agreed to
by wet Democrats and wet Repub
licans and had the sanction of gov
ernor Edwards.
KENTUCKY DISTILLERS CARRY
FIGHT TO SUPREME COURT
(Continued from page 1.1
the United States, all within IS min
utes. The mala contention of the suit is
whether the two-thirds vote re
quired by the constitution refers to
the entire membership of the house
and tbe senate or to the membership
who were actually present when the
vote was taken on the question of
submitting the eighteenth amend
ment to the states.
PROHIBITION INSPECTOR IS
NAMED FOR EL PASO AREA
Austin. Texas. Feb. JS. The pro
hibition director for Texas has an
nounced tbe appointment of five
prohibition Inspectors to work under
his personal direction. The new of
ficers will be located at Houston.
Dallas. Texarkana. El Paso and Aus
tin. Their names are kept secret.
CITY COUNCIL AND BOARD
AGREE ON SCHOOL TRANSFER
At a meeting of the city council
and the financial committee of the
city school board Wednesday at the
city hall, the committee representing
the school board agreed to assume
the responsibilitj of educating the
children In Concordia common s.hoo'
l district or to build with "i-hool fundd
! mother building to r plac- the (,rand
i-w school Tlie -ind Vi. ehuoi
at tak n ln'3 the i 1' i' last
i ear.
llfll
10 SUPPLY
Although Huge
ries Turn Out 36,000 Bert -
xies .uaiiy j.iioli3ciuu vi
Dealers Cannot Be Sup
plied. 40 CARLOADS SOLD
IN JANUARY ALONE
After Shipping 838,400 Bot
tles of Celebrated Medi
cine In One Month Fac
tory Is Still 380,000 Be
hind With Orders.
Although the big Tanlac labora
tories at Dayton Ohio, and V. alker
vtlle. Canada, have been running at
top speed for months, it has been a.
physical Impossibility to supply the
phenomenal and er increasing de
mand for this celebrated medicine
During the first ten weeks of last
year One Million Three Hundred and
twenty-seven thousand bottles of
Tanlac were sold, breaking all
Worlds record for the sale of pro-
!rletarv medicines up to tna- .i-ne.
?cned -the-tonishlng total of One
''iSSndTt,ela.nhdorw1,ng,an -
f ?PP'?-J ?-. -S?r JKS
cent over ne ....--..., -. .
!" W that Tanlac now ha. th.
largest sale
of any medicine of its
kind in tbe world expresses It mildly
It does not begin to ten tne story
for no other preparation has ever even
approached the marvelous record that
is now being made by Tanlac, and it
is now conservatively estimated that
the sales for the present year alone
will amount to from seven to ten mil
lion bottles.
Of the orders received during Jan
uary It was possible to ship only
eight hundred and thirty-eight thou
sand bottles, and thoussnds of deal
ers scattered throughout the United
States and Canada have been nnable
to obtain the medicine for weeks
-neroneiai -nu dc-imkii- -
T 08e of " bl dru Job"
Qf toe country donribes the marvel-
Phenomenal and Bewildering- la
has passed, and we all know tnat
tn the drug business, but this Tanlac
proposition smacks of both." writes
j "'"f, V?
' JS'ne'? n3M SyXgaS
handling Tanlac a few years ago.
, Thousands ot similar letters aad tele-
I grams have been reoelyed. bat for
l lucid sue lav uiuakuvwoHHs uiawi ics
lack of space they can only ne re-
lack of space they
rerred to briefly.
3tost proprietary medicines are sold
by the dozen or by the gross, a few
are bought by the trade m quantities
of from ten to twenty gross; a very
few are sold by the car load, and then
only to the largest Jobbers, covering
, On IT tO m l.rWCaVl. JQDHCra, rVTWIO
i extensive territories. The fact then
fore that scores of Jobbers in this
'country and Canada have a demand
sufficient to lustily them in ordering
-
$4?eie
Nothins Hastens
orletary meaicines up to wi- -ih--- i i -vi. ...,.,, .-,..- .".",.
This record now pales into insigntfto twenty-five gross lots to supply
icance. however, as orders received their -normal demands ,.,
Sn3 i., tn of this vear i When the magnifive-t new labora-
LThat is because Vinol contains the greatest strength
j creating and body building elements known to
medicine Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and
I j- - r f " A C I
medicine peei and Lou
, , .
Manganese, HvphOSphiteS, etC.
. J.r r. . , r.
IVianeaJieSU nVUUOiyilltca, Cfct. 1UU UU1 mil 1CC1
trmirPlf CT3in after takinP"
J -- t p
Hsro is Proof that
Warsaw, Ind, " Inflaesza If t mo
terribly weak, aaaemie aad with no
appetite. I oooid not even walk
around tin house without beinc ex
hausted, and as I am a housewife I
had to have help. I tried tonics
and doctors without benefit- I read
about Vinol and fotxr bottles btrilt me
op and restored my strength."
mbs chabxes Moose.
For all run-down, nervous, anaemic conditions, weak women, overworked men.
feeble old people and delicate children, there 1 no remedy like TtooL
I our money unu oe remrnea if
Kelly & Pollard, Druggists,
mMrMmmm
Absolutely Free
' We are gmag away oae smM can ef
KYANIZE
Tbe ottljr conditions are tfiat yea bay a new 15c Itrssi. to apply
it with. KYANIZE protects tbe hence aad satcs U from decay.
Made ia eight colors and dear.
3e xa egni cojots ana cwar.
Diinsst Jr
Manufacturers
407 Texas St.
Choice Mebane
Texas Red Rust
CHOICE RECLEANED
Arizona and RRPstoir lflfa r-d
Write. Wire or Jh- for Qf-H
HEID BROS., INC.
m i JIVT TEV.
OLE
EHORHDUS
Eli FOR TANLAC
Laborato-InMoneioaAtfmtwoter..
1 SJSi 51SlS: tSSS
is the biggest thing of Its kind In the
world and nothing Ifke It has eer
happened In the drug trade before
Think of one retail firm selling one
third of a million bottles of any one
medicine right over the counter di
rect to consumers in onl two years
.1 i t. ..-- i-,.A-lt.tT- tint R-h
is the recort made by the Owl Drug
.. Kk iif. Pout
Company on tne J acme tou
m.i.1. - . ti rrm In a tineie
i ity of -I""1 0 population, selling ap
pro! mate1 eljchty-e.jrbt thousand
. -. -.. k Aer-a fCr) hlt -
.D?", "" ?rfmnv. in onVy four
..e.' tme- Sneh Is the record of
the Jacobs- Pharmacy Company, of
Atlanta
Th nK of one retail firm giving a
s'pe e order for an entire carload
twenty-three thousand and forty not-
ties and agreeing to pay cash for the
goods promptly on arival Such an
order has been received from the
Iwis K Liggett Company, of Winnl-
peg. Canada
Anotner oig anni-iii .--- ""
. T.,hir T.lmlted. Toronto. Ltn
ada. recentlv gate their order for one
hundred gross, amounting to SIS -sni
no .,
Orders from retailers for from fifty
to seventy-five gross are not uncom
mon, and practlcal'y all of the leading
retail firms buy Tanlac in from ten
torles a, Daytop Ohto and W.lker-
- Jpale -tJ .fc-ar. ft
! S-'-LSS" .."SEe'comn" htS.' It !
-fcght that the production
' would be sufficient to supply the de
mand for year to come It is now
apparent, however, that add oonai
faflllties most be nrovided If tbe
supply is to keep pace with the de
mand. And this is true in spite of j
the fact that there are now on the i
market irom tiny to www """"
preparations claiming similar thera
peutic value
Tanlac has now been on the market
for fle ears- It has stood the acid
test of time. It is known and hon
ored in every city, town, village and
hamlet on the American Continent
from Key West, Florida, to the North
ern wilds of Canada, where even the
Indians snd Far Traders have learned
of its wonderful powers as a medi
cine Its enormous and ever increasing
ah1 vfs-vr ! Ka An Wat Atst-ort-oanrfl.
ing proof of its wonderful merit. No
medicine, no matter how extensively
advertised, could sell and continue to
sell and establish new world's records
vear after year, if it did not produce
actual and positive resulta.
Tsnlac ia composed of the tsost
beneficial roots and herbs known to
the scientific world. The formula
conforms with all National and Slate
Pure Food and Health Laws of both
the United States aad Canada, and
although Tan lac's claims for superior
ity are abundantly swpported by lead
ing authorities, it is the people them
selves who have made Tanlac what It
is. Millions upon millions hav used
it and have told other millions what
it has done for them.
That is whr Tanlac has become the
real sensation of the draar trade alii. , . , it
orer America. i
Tz23& hi "Old by all drttinrlsta;
AirvT
wdttedS
Recovery Like "Vnol
T H.- Du T A
Liver Jreptones, iron ana
.- .rt
m
Vinol 3 Week-
Vinol Creates Strength
Greenwood, alms. "La Gi
inppe
had to
lei t me run-down aad so weak 1
r've op my work. At my drug store
learned about Vinol, and after taking-
it aboat one month I feel like a
different woman. I eat well, sleep
well and feel well, and I can truly say
Vinol is a God-send to any weak, run
down person to create strength after
sickness. ' ' MARY ELLA FORD,
ioipi iwu-
smmmzmm
and druggists everywhere.
h
stint o0 I
and Jobbers
Pkeee 2851.
Cotton Seed
Proof Seed Oats
t m
EL riO. TEWS M
USE
S
GOLDS ANO FLU
Ife:nza aoJ Grippe l-e OrcSaair
CeH, Require Cakb, the Pu
rified awl Refi-ied Calead
TaMt That Are
NasKalesf, Safe
aad See.
DT4B
Physicians and druggists clain f
that tbe great epidemic of influenz-v
has c&.niu-'ively demo'tstraletl that.
the quickest relief fcr a cold and tee
h..t nr.,mriti of Influenza an
" PJ ' ,' m5 '.'".
I SO thai t&e oipesuve orsans maj
J,(- nr rhi. n
lo Keep tne liver -cii.
y o.
' iwriwi (.-""- -..
In perlect condition. For this pur
pose Calolabs. the new nauseaiess
Mlnml tablets that ar free front
I the sickening and weakening effect. ,
K the most Thorough and deoendab,
I-DI-lt--
as well a- the most agreeable
atite
t-alotabs have the spoclal advan'-
I age of not making the patient sic
and weak, as they do now upset the
digestion and appetite. iX OJlotab
at bed time with a swallow of water
that a all. .No salts, do nausea, nor
i the slightest interference with your
eating, pleasare, wvrk Next
morning your cold has vanished, your
, liver is active, your vysie-B ia pur-
ified, and you are reeling fine with
hearty appetite tor breakfast
For tyour protection, Calolabs are
sold only is original sealed packages,
price thirty-five cent. Sold by ail
druggists and yonr money back f
yon are not delighted with them.
I dv
BLACK-DRAUGHT A '
FAMILY MEDICINE
..
c l J tf StoaaCa TresWe WOk
CramBs' and Terrible Psist
Made This O&Janoaa Man's
life MksraMe Uud Bkck
Braagbl ReScrei Est.
Onecaaha, Okbu-Mre. J. W. Wal
Iter recently said this: "We ase Blaok
Dnognt as a family awdmne and
think it is the only Beer medicine
made. My husband stakes it up and
uses rt as a tonic as well as a laxative.
1 1 use it for headache, sour stomach, a
- .. l- fK --. --.u sh.i.
i fnU '"'VT Mng after awais, which
, i tnnrse is lmfiaeatMm. and it cer-
suppose
tainiy does me a lot of good.
My husband had some kmd of stom
ach tronWo we dent know jut what.
It would strike hm jut any tune ia
tbe day aad cramp or pani him just
tembry bad. Someone told sJm bow
to make a tea of Hack-Draught.
which he did. It did him so much
pood, it removed the emate and cured V
him- Since, then we have praraed thev ,
Black-Draught to our friends, i jgi
eadly do so.'
Seventy years of suet atrial use ,-U
made TbedfonTs Black-Draught a
staadard, household remedy. Everv
member of the family at tunes needs
the help that Black Draught can ps
deansmg tbe system and prevea'-
rtlievmg tbe tioubfcs that coma
eoBetipatiOB, indigestion, lazy
etc.
Try Blart-Drausbt, Sold by all
-
r nriV
DOiC 1 ilTOat
fWG
ujUs.
, in rm
JJOneDS. UOlOS. UrOUD. Ua-
. a 1 -t
tarrh Selieved in Two
Minutes.
Is our throat sore?
Breath Hyomei.
Hae you catarrh
Breathe Hyomei.
Hae j on a cough
Breathe Hyomei.
Hare you a cold
Breathe Hyomei
Hyomei is the treatment for no v
thmat and lunp trouble. It does m
contain cca'ne, morphine or oifce"
dangerous d-uR and-aoes awav w ta
stomach dosing-. Just breathe
through the little blade pocket Ina1 -that
comes with rvaeh outfit.
A corn r'te outfit costs bat little :
Kelly Pollard or ary reliable dree-"
g st and Homei is jraa-anteed
banish catarrh croijp. coughs, eo1-,
sore throat and bnichit s or rcn v
back Hyomei inhaler lasts a '. -time
and extra bottles of Homi -
be obtained from druggists for a .e
cens
MI-OKA
Ends indigestion
It reliCTes stomach misery, sour stc
ach, bekhtag and all stomach darase i
SHwey back. Large box of Ubiets h:
cents, DragpjU ia all towns.
aj I? Sill
ii iess z
hlx
Ifs Bedless aad daBjeroas ta S
sailer irom a clogged up tyttem 8
I tloa tor a Bfettae ol Blsery aad r
DR. TDTTS LITER PILLS
taken ose cr two st bedUras.
qsIcUy eHralnatet all polsoooas j
waste matter frosi the srstea
aad streagtaes me Bowels. a
STAu NAliONAL BANK
ciiti- to s. hpm s ir--yj.fxw.oa
lnceretit paid n haMBKi Iceonats.
Jowpb Mjisofrin, n ic-rrrallcnt
. N BasMCTt i-f-Pmidfit
.rote l Florv )r-.pro ijmt
R. . McAIee. Caaht2X

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