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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday. January 5, 1921. PIMA COUNTY CUTS SALARIES OF OFFICIALS Tucson, Aril . Jan. 5. Pima county supervisors hae cut the salaries of the 1 deputy sheriffs and Jailers from 1160 to $130 a month, have de : . ed an allowance for the private auto ' f sheriff Ben Daniels and have re fused appointment of additional depo ios. Somewhat different is tile atti ude of the new Tucson city adminis "ation, which is reported to have de- rmlned upon a raise of salaries all around. In C. Hill has been appointed city . ttorney. L. & Prische auditor. O H. Atchley engineer. P. C. Smith man ager of the water department and Will F. Murdoch, secretary of the Re publican city committee, chief clerk of the water department. "W- C Lefebre, former city engi neer, has been appointed county en gineer. R. H. Batterton is retained as boird clerk and Dr. E. J. Gottbelf is tr.-inty physician PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS AS ESCORT TO HARDING Philadelphia. Pa.. Jan. 5. Pennsyl vania, as in many previous inaugura-t-ops. will be well represented at. the induction of president Harding on March 4. Arrangements for the state's participation are already andT way. A brigade of three regi ments of infantry, a squadron of cavalry, a battalion of artillery sad rnc entire headquarters staff of the Pennsylvania national guard will be in the inaugural parade. Political organiaxtions of the state have also taken up the question of sending marching clubs. FIRE HOSE PLAYS ON MUTINEERS IN PRISON Rochester. Minn., Jan. 5. Half a dozen prisoners in the Olmsted county ; jail here mutinied and destroyed cots, bed clothing and other fixtures. The disturbance was quelled when fire- ! men directed streams of water on the prisoners. The trouble started, prisoners said, j because the sheriff -is alleged to have I refused them food until they con- i fessed who had cut away a lock is I the cell door. ' REPUBLICANS IN ARIZONA PLAN TO HOLD STATE COTTON LOW, FARMERS TO CHANGE CROPS By G. A. MARTI.V. (Continued from page I. Woman In As State Sup erintendent, With Her Office Full Of Girls. MARK SMITH GETS A LIFETIME JOB Ex-Gov. Hunt To Gome Home; Is Valuable The Republican Party. To GOLDWATER ELECTED MAYOR BY G. A. MART,! 5 r-vHOEOTX. Ariz- Jan. 4. After la day of receiving congratulation of friends in their flower b decked offices, Arizona state officials got down to business today and began to plan the things they want the legislature to do. when ft convenes next Monday. It is going to be, an unusual legis lature, with a Republican senate and a Democratic house. Senator H. B. Wilkinson, of Phoenix, floor leader of the Republican minority in the past, is the logical candidate for president of the sonata and probably will be elected, although F. O. Good ell, of Tucson, has aspirations for the honor, and some backing. . He Is chief clerk to Bpes Randolph, of the Southern Pacific, one of the old line Democratic leaders of the -state. In the house the Democrats, with cne majority, will elect the speaker, but just who he will be. they don't know. It will require a caucus may be several to settle the matter. Many Offleers Hrmaln. Gov. Campbell is not going to have much trouble with appointees, for : h. hma abont decided that the men in office are good enough to stay and ! terma they thought as 75 cents a pound and often above a dollar, with a bale weigrhi-j- M pounds. But this year the yield win ot sverage over 215 pounds to the acre, they say, and the price is down be tween 20 and 4 cents a pound, with no market at that price -at present. Cotton men here say conditions are as bad In the Mesilla and 83 Paso valleys, where the farmers failed to et as much as they expected for their short stanle croln. Besides, the worm tiouble has developed around El Paso. the west is not as good as- It was a year ago nowhere hereabouts. Kvra Sell Their Cattle. Many farmers In the Salt river val ley disposed of their dairy cattle when they put their land into cotton and now they will have to buy them back if they return to alfalfa growing. They had a thriving creamery here, and a good market for their milk and butter, but they sold out their cattle lest as they ploughed up their or chards, to put the land Into cotton. They placed all their bets on the one ci or- Luck has gone against tnem in the turn of the wheel of fortune in these reconstruction days following the war. They are not altogether cownhearted. although rather blue, over the situation, and they are going to see what they can do raising other crops next year and the next and the next. In face of all this the Arizona- are no pikers, and the Maricopa. county taxpayers have lust votes X.SOS.vM worth of bonds for good road. The election carried by a large majority. Building Goes Forward. Incidentally, the Elks of Phoenix, have Just broken ground for the con struction of a home to cost 14M.0M and the Shriners are finishing a handsome auditorium on Washington street to cost 1150.000. to say nothing of 'a new five-story hotel Just being built by J. W. Walker : the new Heard -block, seven stories talL Just completed, as a home for the Arizo na Republican, and offices for Dwlgfat B. Heard, and other people who wish to rent them. The offices have all been leased for three-year Mncn nuuaing is going on aii most of those he named two years over the city, both residences and OF PRESCOTT BY BIG VOTE -?' .",, w'"ffm'n; Per Prescott, Ariz.. Jan, 5. Morris Gold water has been elected mayor and "be candidates for co-uncilman who ran w ith him were elected over nonpar tisan candidates by over 36e majority the total vote be ins one of the largest n the history of city politics. FINED OX FISTOL CHARGE. Pedro Pedilla was given a 30 day jail sentence when be pleaded guilty to a pistol carrying charge before judge J. !M. Deaver. - Manuel Salvidar, tharged with striking Mrs. E. J. Paron. was found guilty by a Jury and fined 5. MraiTIOX PLANT OPERATING. Warsaw, Poland. Jan, 5- Poland's first munitions factory began opera tions near Warsaw recently. About 250 men and women are employed In th plant which has been named "The Projectile." $cott White's Swat the Pessimist One usually has to wait until spring to swat the fly. but it is open season all year "round on the pessimist. The "shaking down" process we are k now passing: through gives faint ma terial to back up his gloomy views. But be is all wrong. .Don't give hlnV ear. Tour Uncle Samuel is still doiaig bsiness at the old stand and are all gradually coming down to a safe and sane basis of doing business. Deflation is bound to catch some who flew too high in the past few years. But if we all get down to brass tacks and work hard and steadily the worst will be over before we are aware of it Keep on smil ing and swat the pessimist. Good Appearances The value of making a good appearance is unquestionable. Well kept hands are a mark of the careful person and go far toward creating favorable im pressions. Everyone should own. a manicure set We have a nice line now on display at very reasonable prices. A Hint to Smokers "Doesn't your wife kick about vour smoking up the curtains?" "Nope, she can't have both curtains and coupons." Good Morning! Did You l 1 UlC A VUI I IUIISJC at I HO Morning? The tonic effect of a cold plunge in the morning Is very beneficial, but the suspense of waiting until the tub is full cools one's ardor. A much bet-tr-r way is to use one of our j-praing rubber bath brushes which give all the good effects of the cold plunge with none of Its disadvantages. There are a number of styles and slses torn which to choose. Meet Tour Friends At Omr Fonatabuu Scott White Drug Co. Safety First Druggists Mill Building BobertarBaaaer BalMIng 314 Saa Fraaeiaeo St. . hTmohrI 8 riT- RITE HARDWARE S 8 ttS.ei Paso St Phene 431 H Mimes, of Prescott. will stay as sec retary to the governor; Joe Pro chaaka, former postmaster at Miami, and exalted ruler of the Elks at Globe, will be reappointed game warden. The state land commission yester day named Kuaoipn JS.ucn.er as tana commissioner. He succeeds W. A. Mover, Democrat, who has been a thorn in the side of Gov. Campbell in his administration of the land affairs of Arizona. Mr. Knchler has tven state tax commissioner for four years, having been appointed to the unexpired term of Thos. E. Campbell when Campbell was elected gover nor four years ago for the first time, during the short period Gov. Campbell served before the Demo cratic state supreme court threw trim out KuchTer failed to reelection this time to succeed himself, so was named land commissioner instead. Deputy Land Offfeial. William A. Work, oi Phoenix, was named by Mr. Knchler and continued by the land commission, as deputy land com ml loner. C K. Ashley, chief accountant un der Mr. Kochler as tax commissioner, goes to the land office as chief accountant H. ! Lavton. of Safford. and T. La, Macloud. of Jerome, the later a xnln- i ing engineer, are appointed to the I classfvine and annralaincr denart- ment Mr. Work, as chief deputy in i the isno o trice, w automatically sec retary of the state land board or commission. Administration of the land denart- ment of the state was the subject of mncn outer senate annntr the xaii campaign. Gov. Campbell and the J salt river valley, and Phoenix likes Reblicans charg-incr that the Demo crats had allowed the land heritage of ue peopie oi Arizona to zau into tne hands of large eattts interests. An Rx-Servfee Kan In. Ernest Ball, the new secretary of state, is the first of the Arizona overseas men to come into his own. He was a member of the legislature from Maricopa county when the United States entered the world war. and, without waiting for training camns or anvthinor. he enlisted at a buck private in the artillery and got "over there" early and remained late. When he came home, the Republicans seized upon bis name for the office of secretary of state" and he walked away with the lob In a rm n era f cat Harry & Ross, Democratic state treas urer ior two years past. w. erairxieia. executive secretary to Gov. Camnbell for the nut two years, is one of the youngest men elected to office in the stat and in a, former New Mexican. He has been elected state auditor to succeed Jesse L. Boyce. Democrat a man whom even the Republicans say "is a holly kTOOd fellow.' PairfieM wur fni- mm. oral years deputy state auditor of New Mexico,, under state auditor Wil liam u. jsunrent who has lust retired. -vney ai ones is tint. W. J. Galhralth vhn ha th V1- tinction of being the first Repub lican attorney general since Arizona became a state, is from Glendale, Arts, and defeated Wiley Jones, who had been attorney general for three terms and a little over, having been appointed by Gov. Hill to fill out the unexpired term of George Purdy Bal lard, the state's first attorney general. As la Texas, Arizona now haz I a woman for state superintendent of pnbife instruction in the ner-. i sen of 'Mm HUIe Teles, of Ce ehfse eennty, the former great Demeera.le strengheld. Miss Teles eeotes from the county su perfn tend racy ef Coehlse county at Tombstone and brings to her fffee a fall force of . Coehlse cirls as assistants la the offlee. There will be no man en-the Job In the educational department of Arizona for the next two years, at least. John P. White. Rennhlleas. nr- ceeds G. BL Bolen as state mine in spector, Bolen being the defeated Democratic candidate for reelection. The onlr nartlsmn nfflnta tn ce-ht-h the Democrats elected their candi dates are those of treasurer and cor poration commissioner, Raymond R. Earhart and Loren Vaughn, Both had to take the oath of office yesterday from Republican secretary of state In nonpartisan circles, A. G. McAl lister was elected to the nnrtme court and E. A. Hughes and Frank Luke as tax commissioners. All are recognized as Democrats, however. 3ietT jnsge zor fjoebi.e. An aDDOintment of mneh lif-Mr that will be made ahonlv bv Gov. Campbell is that of Judge Albert M. Sames, of Douglas, to the offlee of superior court Judge In Cochise coun ty. The last federal census gave the county sufficient population to war rant two Judges for the district in I J business houses, and in the farming districts surrounding. Phoenix re mains rather active as a cattle cen ter ami J. H. Nations, of 1 Paso, was here this week looking over the field with a view to buying some. Phoenix wants to repair the Apache trail the road from Globe to ttfsOTil'r hv Rafkaavelt dam ao the Southern Pacific can resume rooting passengers that way. through Globe and Phoenix, ana. aitnongn state en gineer Tom Maddox estimates the cost at $3M.Aee. the Phoenicians are willing to bear their share of the expense. They want the state to do the work, of course, since the Trail Is a state highway and the Trail and the dam are assets of Arizona, in which the whole state shares. They are a bit "sore" here toward Tucson for Its part in boosting the AJo automobile road, by which mo torists going west from El Paao to Tucson are sent westward from Tuc son to Yuma by way of AJo instead of down through Florence and Phoe nix. The recent Phoenix road bond Issue will be spent to pot the roads In this county in good shape, in cluding, it is said, improvement of the Borderland automobile route west of here to the Yuma county line. The present dirt roads tn Maricopa coun ty get pretty bad when It rains and pavement Is needed. Already sub-! stantlal progress has been made tn i the county in concrete highway con- ! struct ion. , Beffere In Sefberltng. There is great interest here tn the , rignc ox rrana seiovriuia: m nu ei forts to save the Goodyear company from financial trouble, for he is well known here as a result of frequent visits to his cotton plantations in the htm as i liter and believes he will a fhrhi win. In this, the Phejeitfciaais are in line with Wall street sentiment, as e ported by the telegTaph. wai 'all street 'Tlnsaeiess exoress the belief that Selbetilng. at the age of si. is Tigntuur tn natue or nis lire. Muivusju aaas f r M auwsva imiiii m s ig. i er and has only won his successes in t a hard fight always. This is by no means his first battle. Set be rl ing quickened Wall street's pulse the other day when he arrived out "of the west to borrow I40.AOO.000 and rot it This lost about tons the Individual borrowings for 19. Selberllng accomplished this Is the face of a suit filed by a minority stockholder to place his concern, the uopoyear rtre ana mooer company, in the hands of a receiver. The Good year, a l20,teA.oe Institution, got into iinanciai airiicoities mainiy De cause of the six months slump in the rubber Industry. On Friday of this week, Selberling expects to present a plan of reor ganisation to his stockholders at Akron for a reorganization of the company. The company's financial statement shows assets totaling S153.07M2e. The company has bills payable of 79,812 and accounts payable 11z.711.1ss. tncludtng esti mated taxes. Rubber and fabric ac ceptances are listed at 1.288.8e. Re serve for contingencies Is $1.71,67fi. To Fleet Receivership. Selberllng is to use the $41. W0. W0 he has Just borrowed In Wall street to do his refinancing with, and he plans to fight the receivership suit to a finish. Past three score years. Selherlintr has lost none of the pep and force that has . characterized his career from farm boy to wealthy manufac turer to failure and finally op the ladder again, to robber kfnar. I They say he looks like Lloyd i George, He's short and stout speaks with short quick sentences, drosses i carefully; his only Jewelry a scarf pin, has quit smoking cigarets; puffs ' cigars and drives his own car, though he employs a half dozen ! chauffeurs. His Home His Castle. ! SelberlinsTs home in Akron is his castle literally. Its real name la Stan Hyat hot Akron calls It "Seiberllng's castle." It's said Selberllng tore down an an cient castle In England to get wains-; coting. beamed ceilings, staircases i and other parts for this mansion. i Hetoerllng's Start. Tts said Selberllng years ago was on a train on his way to Chicago, where he was seeking financial aid. for one of his entejmrtnes when he got an opportunity s buy an aban doned manufacturing vlant tot 1S 500. He didn't have the cash, bat took up the proposition. In this plant be started the robber business that since 1898 has grown into an international institution. Now is the tone to check up jxjt INSURANCE- For Expert service without charge cod the Hartford. Agents snsnu3Sailwvs D Phone 550 100 San AntonS St. THE POPULAR of cvr. Mew Ave. iid San Antonio S(. private Breneh Exchange 33m j Mall aaa Pae Orsers PrenHHiy FIHetl msm A I 7- l fcsMTW Special Note: On cccourA of the lw ited number of these dresset and th ammattf lc price at iMch thep or. jtU, none can be sent on approval and none exchanged. January Sale Women's Dresses 200 High Gmde Dresses to be Closed Oat at Bare Cost of Material and Making . Reductions THE Ready-to-wear Department on the Dth floor has responded to price re-adjustments on a most liberal scale. For the balance of the week, or as long as quantities last, we offer a most phe nomenal value in high grade dresses. In the various lots you will find satin, georgette and printed georg ette afternoon dresses, lace and net evening dresses and dresses suitable for business and street are alsp included. This is beyond question the greatest value in high grade dresses that has been "offered in El Paso 'for years. XTRA SPECIALS Tricolette Blouses WE Have aeenred anctker sfarpneat of trieflette Howes similar to those Dresses which formerly sold O P EL up to $74.50 now offered l.pJ JDJ Dresses which formerly sold jd O jTY S, 0T JANUAki jALES Boys'Dept. offered at BOYS' SUITS AT $12.75 These are smart faaey mixtcres of sH wool Oregaa City cassiaMres is green, browm, gray. Tailored in rust tiw styles tint boy prefer. Thsse sorts come witb two pairs of knickers. Sizes g to 18 years at"?. $12.75 BOYS AND YOUTHS HATS AT 'J PRICE We offer oar satire stock of fine plash, velvet sad all wool fancy mixture hats ia all desired colors sad styles. Rata for Nj-s 2ft to 18 years. All mp- 1-2 OS Extra Special BOYS' SWEATERS. $6.50 Sweaters made of good quality all wool yarns. In tne desired solid colors aad heather mixtures and combination colors. Size 8 to 16 ....$6.50 BOYS' KNICKERS $2.00 IVs. knickers are made of the most serviceable fabrics. Cut foil aad roomy, all seams taped. Lined laiOTftlMSil. aad weO mad in every detail. Sizes 7 to 18 years. Values to fejO C tth Floor up to $97.50 now offered ; Dresses which forme up to $149.50 now of Dresses which formerly soldt$ J 4 offered atp"T StJjr previously sold la the Dttwnstairs Store. These come in slip-over and surplice styles. Some ia plain weave, others lacs effects, yrhey come in colors of white, tan, green. bine and pmfc. TUey are , an extra special $1.55 X NOTK We have saftlcfent aosn- titv to fill mail orders. However, we ad vise stvtns; first and second choice as to color. Crepe de Chine Blouses Extra Silks and Woolens WE offer wonderful values in odds, ends and broken lines of silks and woolens. We have gone through our stocks and assembled all odd Imes. You will find in these lots many beautiful suit; skirt, blouse and dress lengths. They are priced for, me. January sale at 1-3 to 1-2 off their former prices. Xew arrivals ia crepe de china blouses 'ought at the new low price level enables os o offer aa exceptional value. These come black, white aad flesh. Same are beaati lly embroidered, vjtbers trimmed with .ufflhar aad lace. Tneje are aa extra special at - '$2.45 Also- Extra Special -VsOff Our entire slock of M erode and Mimsing under garments are of fered at 1-3 Off SWl Ssr'Uaderweer-SaT Mast" Shoes At $5.00 We continue the balance of the week the January Sale of women's high boots. There yet remains ample choice as to style, size and leathers. Values are double and (& g treble the low sale price, which is Downstairs Store We offer our entire stock of lOomefts Ajraf ted skirls in both plain colors and- in nooelly siripes. January Sale special al 1-3 Off JANUARY SALES Home Needs Very fcfmite savings can now be made on me Mlovriag items: Sheets, psUow cases, bed sfxsads, blankets, comforts, white piece goods aad tmess on tbe nurd floor. Ia the Down Stairs Store blank ets and piece goods are offered, aad in addition some very special values are offered in bouse and porch dresses. The Drapery Dept. oa the 6th floor k ofteimg sosne msdeipriced . valaes at imiisnsillt i. scrims and sate car. Quantities are hmited so do not delay. EAR Perfect Fitting UnionSits Advance Notice INVENTORY is now completed in the Wom en's and Men's Shoe Section on the 2nd floor. Sale Begins Friday The Herald tomorrow afternoon will contain a complete catalog of the attractive shoe items which enter into the after-inventory sale of footwear for women, men, girls and boys. Second Floor $4.00 OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS AT $2.45 These outing ftaaaeJ gowns are made of a good quality pink and bine striped otsoag. Some are raade with pajama effects, others have yokes. There is a foil range of sizes. Values tfiQ AS to $4.00. Extra special at P &D $5.00 OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS AT $3.45 These cmiraeats are made of beautiful soft quality imported outing in dainty striped effects. All sizes. Values f r AS to $5.00. Extra special at ipO.D WOMEN'S UNION SUITS. $1.25 One lot of vromes's nakxi suits in inediom weight, low neck, elbow sleeve, ankle length; also high seek and long sleeve. These garments sold formerly for $2.00 to $3.00. In the ai January Sale, while they last, at tPLmD 3d Floor. Comimg! The World of White AS OUR World of White plans mature, we see the immense stocks for the World of White assemble and note the low prices at which they will be sold we become more emxtasiattk than ever. Keep in dote tomch M& sar World of White 25 off on all Trunks, Bags and Luggage of all 2nd floor. man M. H McCaila. who resides here. announces that he will have tbe committee meet the first Tuesday of every month, but ttere is little faith in bla being ablest get a quorum that often, since the members must pay their own expenses, and there are not even any post offices in sight for any of them or their friends tor four years.' anyhow. Tbe Desaeerrats are amillns at how they "put one ever the Repoblirans by taklatc rare ef the ven era Me Marewa 4.. Smith, Tv-hea-Ihe Repehllea-u defeated tr the senate with Ralph H. Cameron this year. The Hon. Marcus, who has held the office of delegate to congress or sen ator for over two decades in Arizona. with only one or two breaks, was sup posed to be "down and out" when the Republicans defeated htm this year. but he has just been named by presi dent Wilson as a life member of the Canadian boundary dispute commis sion, so that while the Hon. Marcus is removed from the sphere of politics ia Arizona, he gets a better job for life than the senate paid, as hrs new salary Is to be $10,000 a year. HHBt To Ceme Heme. George William Purdy Hunt, United States minister to Siam, whom tbe Republicans say is one of their great est assets '.it Arizona, is going to be broutrht back home. Tins will be one inns and to select a national com- of tle first official a ts of the mitteeman to succeed the late Allen I Hardlnjr administration, tt is asserted. B. Jaj neF, of Tucson. i The Democrats sent him to Siam. Hard to Get Km to Meet. It Is rommnnlv talked, to a him The state Democratic central com- I out of the state and their party. The accordance with the state constitution, and Judge Sames is to get the ap pointment. Cochise county has needed an ex tra judge for some time and two years ago an effort was made to have the legislature provide tor a juiige at that time, without waiting for the census, but the legislature was Democratic and the governor, who has the appointive power under the constitution, where a new office is created, was a Republican, so the iaw failed and the court docket con tinued to be crowded. Judge Sames located in Douglas In 1901, when tbe city was first founded, and has re sided there continuouaty since that time. That neither of the major .parties , in Arizona is either giving up the fight or resting on Its laurels waa e idenced here this week. The state Republican central com mittee hat been in session two days. ; working on plans for future opera- 1 line plans for Its future work. ChalP- i, when Hunt la here and can't afford to be without him as a leader if not the actual boss of the opposing parly, so the ministerial life of Lne Hon t'eorge William Purdy Hunt is likely to be short lived. He Is too aseM to the Arizona Repvbllcna. Meantime the Republicans rse go ing on with plana to hold r1z na ra the Republican column forever, and they say sertovaly that they think they can do it. Future ItepubHean Plan. They are counting on sending Tom Campbell to the senate in place of Henry Ashurst at the end of Camp bell's term as governor and of put ting some one else in for governor two years from now, probably sec retary of state Hall or soite other young man who is strong with the people and the former service mrn. Hall xr can a son cellar nnd fODrd as easily be mlatnken for "one ef the common people as the former Gov. Hunt. allhfrBsa he dees not ran to the Hunt Mens of government. Much brilliancy will attend the in auguratlon ball to be given to Gov. and Mrs. Campbell and other state , officials on Jan. 14 In the new Shrine auditorium. Tickets have been ap- portionea to an sections or the state, with an arrangement committeeman ! in each county, and the attendance i will be made up pf notables from all . over Arizona. It Will be the first in- i augural ball In the history of the1 state and is to be "sortie party.' Ciom all indications. Then Herritt C j Mechem. of New Mexico, will have I nothing on bis cow-punching xnend. they gave him on Inaugnratiou day there was nrhan Ihav fraia h m In rl. " rh uimpeelPs Fepatority AtieMted. Gov. Campbell is wearing a bean iful gold watch presented to him by the state offleiaw and employes in honor of his second term. The watcb has a platinum chain, to which is at tached a gold knife, possibly to us on the Democratic scalps. Contrlbu tlons to the fund to buy the watch came from off ctala at the capltol and from all tbe state educational and eleemosynary Institutions. Joe Pro rhaska state rame warden, made the presentation speech in his buckskin k n Ick e rbock era. Gov. Campbell might have been a society debutante from the manner In which his office was crowded with flowers and ferns yesterday. Ad miring friends from all over the state sent huge bouquets and baskets of flowers and someone even sent) him a singing canary in a handsome wicker cage. At noon Gov. and Mrs. Camp-b'-il and the governor's mother, wen photographed in the executive office behind this bower of flowers. During the afternoon the governor received f.-enda. Airs. Campbell and mothei Campbell receiving with him a part or tne time, ineir two ooys did not come home from the University of Arizona for the Inauguration. Roth are freshmen at the university. They speni unnsimu wun tneir parents however. .No Pun eh Of A I.f.Bld Character. .Neither prohibitionists nor ant is w ill have an) comment to make upon the reception yesterday, as it was without punch of a liquid nature although. If when a thing goes with punch to the reception. for it was as peppery as if Theo. Roosevelt had been doing it. Gov. Campbell can In a given time shake bands witb more people, eail them by their first names, ask about their families and pass them on than any other man his age which is not quite 43. MINE COMPANIES PLAN STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS Saltillo. CoahuUa, Mex Jan. S. The Voladora and La Fuente mining companies will both hold stockhold ers meetings tar this city during the present month for the purpose ef electing new officers and planning operations for the coming year. BUILDING PERMITS. W. E. Culp. Jr.. alterations. Mills ft Campbell streets. 150; Mrs. B. Welsh irame e;arage. 2728 Gold street, 9125 E G. Tankersley. screen porch. 4021 Hastings street ?200. Cl'as Lawrence, composition roof. 315 Chihuahua street. 1350; J. E. Tolson. frame gar- age. 517 West Missouri street. $700. H- Jaffe. open porch. 10:3 E- Nevada I Both Ing second "floor. City National bank MvO; J. F- Ferguson, brick room. 912 Mundy avenue, $25f. The. "GIANT" Watch Him STATE NATIONAL BANK S4t.l. SarpHM Pratlfs. SOasWjH Infrrr.f PaM aa Hsvlssa Arvoaatm, C R. M.rrhrarf, PrnMrsi J fa-h HajrwfrtR. vi-ri.Meat. C .. Biwlt lc-Prlat. Gearce IX Ftorr. lrr-Prcsleat. R. W Metrrc. ra.ktrr. C M. -btktr. Aaslmraaf Casbler. mittf e is to meet here tonight to out- j Republicans say they like it b-uer j Campbell, of Arixona. except the party , pep. it may be said to have a punch. SI oner bMl wttktmi nlRW V 1 tf BBSTa SALVX fall, m taa tnaUDeat ef ITCH. TOEtsU. RI?fO wo Rlt.T5vrxB or oi&er tealst szts sbeasea Pries ate as ararctsta. or met fross S.I. laat Bsbsss CaStoaa.hs vara!! Urmc Mttanr. Piles Care la a 14 Days Dmpgis.s refund monpy If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protrudine Piles. Instant ly relieves Itching; Plies, and yea can !ret restfnl sleep after first applica tion. ,0c TjsiT HEEALD WANT ADS.