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FEDERAL PIE TO CAUSE FIGHTS BETWEEN POLITICIANS OF NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA SHORTLY By 45. 4.. MARTIN. (Ctart treat wr I.) Sara, for 21 rears clerk of the su preme court, wants to be prohibition enforcement officer for the state, and is said to be likely to set it. This leave his present office va cjjt and there is talk of it going; to Frank Curry, son of the ex-governor. t present assessor and collector of Hidalgo coonty. at Lordsborg Fan for Xeeretary of Slate. The status of senator Fall is worry ing many of the New Mexico poli ticiana. They say he can be secre tary of the interior in the Harding cabinet, but that he does not want this. Secretary of state is all he will nave, they say. and they argue that .h Mailable man left Hughes, they say. has been justiee of the supreme court and a candidate for president and that the job of sec retary of state would not add to his prestige, then why, thev ask, should Be Careful What You Wash Your Hair With Host soaps an3 prepared shampooe contain too much alkali, which Is very injurious, as It dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing- to use is Mulslfied cocoanut oil shampoo, for this is pure and entirely greaaeless. It's very cheap and boats anything else all to pieces. Ton can get Mulsifled at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In, about a teaspoonful Is all that Is required. It makes as abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out fasily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh looking, linght. fluffy, wavy and easy to landle. Besides, It loosens and takes rut every particle of dust, dirt and ndruf f. Adv. Secured .Lasting Relief from "Bad Case of Indigestioii Dallas man suffered f r years, vet 'Ware's Black Powder breast juick and testing reUet sa ys. e remsrbble rafoe -f Ware's Black "cr 13 tbe ticatnert ot inriigrsbcn is r. in the case of Air. G. M. Aiidenoti L' JLs, who -writes, nrdex date of Sept. . 1320 : "'I af jt from indig ttux. for ismsj T - nd got in rach conditirj 1 could work st tine. Ware's lc'- Powc'.t v reeoanne 6cd to ur. and started tak - it. fr t tsing trtro -r three bottle wa bermaaeatlT refiered. I believe Black Rovde- it without an equal wowWfrl zes d is void by al c-ggjitf for fTc sad 1.20 he package. a porgatire. Caataini no harmful ' ' Forty yean ta vm. Send fot Dr. - c' free book on f&cesthx tremble. XH WA chemical Ca. DtlUs. ha rive up a practice worth ft million a, rear to bo secretary of state? They argue that Knox has been secretary of state and attorney $& eril and could not add to his lau rels by becoming secretary of state again; besides his Identity with tbe steel trust would hurt him. they ar gue. On down the line these New Mex ico politicians will argne that there is no available man left for tbe Job but Fall and he. they say. has been very close to Harding: for many years and is repated to have said, before the Chicago convention, that if Harding was nominated and elect ed, he (Fall) would be secretary of state. Bonom for Senator It is said Fall only wishes to take the office for about a year or so in order to settle the Mexican situation and his 'friends say he is sincere in wishinc a settlement without inter vention whereupon, with a reputa tion made, be would retire to tbe practice of law. with an Income of a hundred thousand or more a year. This would be easy, his friends say. and arguing- that he is a poor man. they say he should have a chance to make a reputation and retire to the practice of law where he coold "clean up" before age overtakes him. If Fall sets Into the cabinet. Bur- sum gts Into the senate, for Gov. llechem. his neighbor and friend, will appoint him immediately. Ca.pt. Cutting, publisher of the Santa Fe New Mexican, wants to be senator, but now that Larrazolo is out of of fice, they say he has no chance. He may be a candidate against Jones two years i rom now, u ttunram should succeed FaiL and be may en ter the primaries against Bursum for the Republican nomination, even If Bursum does not succeed Fall, but there is no one in Nr Mexico who believes Cutting1 could get to the senate except br m be material fa vor, and he hasn't that favor at pres ent. Hughes' S elf-Sacrifice. Tom Hughes, at Albuquerque, can have some federal job if he wants It. tor ne nejpeu to aetnrone larrazojo Hubbelt et aL, at tbe Albuquerque convention of the Republican party last septemoer. "Hujrhes Is the only man." said a political leader, "who could have held the Bernalillo delegation away from Isarraxolo and Hubbeil. and he aiioww uie delegation to oe instruct ed for him fully knowing that he could not be nominated and that the 'flivver might hurt bis future politi cal prestige in the state- He did it for the .rood of the nartv. however. to help prevent Larrasolo gaining tbe nomination, wnicn uammio was within IS votes of landing at one time. Had Isarraxolo been able to tet tbe Bernalillo vote, he would have been nominated. Hughes held the delegation solidly to himself, however, until It seemed certain that by throwing them to Mechem. he ould nominate the judge. This he did - There are lots of men in the state of New Mexico who are entitled to rewards for just such unselfish serv ice and a lot of others who think rhr ar-P. AntitlMl ta rewards because they happened to mount the right band wagon at the right time. Sena- xo rau. nanvnai nMiuiw mim Rat. ifeehem and state chair man George R. Craig are going to PROBLEMS OF RURAL SCHOOL TO BE CHIEF TOPIC AT BIG GATHERING OF EDUCATORS WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. S The "great problem In American education tbe rural school." will be the first topic con.ld.rW by the department of superintendence of the National Education association when it meets at Atlantic City Feb ruary 1 to March - Association headquarters here estimated that MOO educators win attend this meeting" and those of tbe National Society of Vocational Education, the National Council of Education and other de partment and allied associations which will also meet in Atlantic City at this time. One entire session of the depart ment of superintendence will be siren over to the consideration of what the rural schools have accomplished and what steps hare been takes to bet ter them. The tentative list of speak ers on this topic Includes Will C Wood, state superintendent of educa tion In California: W. U Harding, retiring governor of Iowa; W. C Bag ley of the teachers' college. New York, and Ralph Decker, superintendent of schools in Sussex county. New Jer sey. How to got better teaching win be another topic at the mooting and other sessions will be devoted to problems peculiar to the duties of school superintendents. City, county and state superintendents from all sections of the country have been asked to take part In these discus sions. A number of special addresses are also on the tentative program of the convention. The list of speakers In cludes sir Auckland Geddes. ambas sador from Great Britain; represen tative H. 14. Towner, of Iowa, who introduced In congress the bill to create a federal department of edu cation: Nicholas Murray Butler, presi dent of Columbia university; Henry Van Dyes, of Princeton university; Dr. P. P. Claxton. United States com missioner of education, and Dr. John H. Plnley. commissioner of educa tion for the state of New York. These addresses are to be given at general evening sessions of the de partment, but their subjects have not been announced. DOWN TO YOUR PRICE Can't afford a washing machine? Yon will not say so after you have seen the UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC CLOTHES WASHER Only $59.0 complete less than half the cost of others. Con venient can be stored under the sink or tabic Works in same Banner and as effectively as larger and higher priced machines. Cone. Well show you. Elite Electric Shop PImhk 1628. 47 Mesa Are. IBT ELECTRIUT1 DO THE 'WORK. i4 JUST RECEIVED Enormous Amount Of New Gray Army Blankets sua GOVERNMENT (PERFECT) Ef RECLAIMED SHOES i.-0U 0. D. SHIRTS $1.25 EVERYTHING IN ARMY GOODS AT UNHEARD-OF PRICES DON'T GO TO THE WRONG PLACE The Largest Army Supply House In the Southwest. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Send Cashier's Check or Money Order. The UNITED ARMY SUPPLY CO. 404 S. EL PASO ST. have a handful of trouble when the jobs axe given out. A Split In Arizona. In Arizona. It looks as if the Jo be would cause almost as mnch trou ble, but nowhere in the United States, unless It Is old rock-ribbed Republican Pennsylvania, is politics so interesting or so involved as in New Mexico. Nowhere else la it so much fun to study politics as at San ta Fe. In Arizona It seems as if there Is to be a split in tbe ranks in the dis tribution of federal patronage. Ralph H. Cameron, Just elected Un ited States senator, as the only Republic an in either house of congress from the state, will, of course, have much to say abont who pets tbe postof fioes. the marshalship, the collector ship at Kogalos. tbe prohibition en forcement Job and so forth, and he wanted to have the entire say by insisting on his own election as na tional committeeman. Gov. Thomas E. Campbell, previ ously recognised as Cameron's friend, kept silent in the fight until tbe last day and then suddenly declared for Andrew Banntert, Jr., secretary of the state Republican committee, whom Campbell had charged with being lukewarm in bis support of Cameron for the senate. As a matter of fact. Baumert Is a close friend of Tom Maddox. who opposed Cameron In the Republican primaries for the senato rial nomination. Campbell Tersn Cameron. Gov. Campbell's support of Ban tnert threw consternation into the camp here Monday and caused hur ried telegrams to be dispatched to Chicaeo. where Cameron was sick in a hospital. Cameron wired back withdrawing his nomination and tbe committeemen came out of the meet ing talking about "party harmony. since the election of Baumert and others selected by the meeting was made unanimous, but young Ralph Cameron, junior, who looks after his father's political affairs when dad is away, said: "Welt we've got 'em lined up now and we know who are our friends. We know what to do." This does not make It appear very oertain that Ralph Cameron is in on the harmony stuff. Those who op posed Cameron said they could not afford to allow htm to have both jobs, as he would build up bis own machine In the state and the Repub lican party would do his bidding. Many who favored Cameron, when they heard that Campbell was for Baumert, decided to vote with the governor on the trronnd that thev thought they should repect the wishes of the governor rather than the senator, since the senator Is se cure for six years and the governor is iust besrinniBa? the fUrht. as he in tends to contest for the seat of sen ator Henry Aahurst two years from now. May Beat Cameron to It. Some aav that far havinr the na tional committeeman as his friend. Cameron can dictate half the feder al appointments in the state, as it is the usual custom at Washington to look to the national commi t toeman as well as the senators and congress men for recommendations. As a mat ter of fact, so mbe as the postmaster in a senator's home town is satisfac tory to mm. It is usually the prece dent to listen to the recommenda tions of the state committee and the national commi tteeman in prefer ence to tbe senator In appointments to federal positions within the state. The pie that usually goes to a sena tor is suca onices as ne can gran in Washington departments or in the diplomatic service for constituents. Baumert, the new state chairman, has been drawing a salary of what is said to be $460 a month as secre tary of the state central committee and when he surrendered It to take the national committeeman ship. It Immediately began to be said that he would get some good federal job. However, he nnbllclT announced that he was not after one. though he did not say he would not take one. Per haps Gov. Campbell can give him a good job in the state administration. He formerly held one that of secre tary of state institutions at a salary of & year, which he resigned to become secretary of the state com mittee. wm There Be a ew Court r Nobody is mentioned for any job in particular in Arizona. L. J. Over lock, they say. might go after the United States marshalship again, he held It under Taft. However, a Phoe nix man wants it and of him many say the church people would protest vigorously if he should get the o. k. of the state committee and the na tional committeeman. He Is not a Cameron man. George D. Christy Is said to he a candidate for the federal judgeship in event such a position is created, and there has been talk of a second fed-: eral judicial district for Arizona. , However, as this requires legislation. ; and since Christy nominated Baumert : for the national committeeship, it! does not look as if Christy would be , a federal judge for some time to come as Cameron would hardly make an effort to create the job for a man who opposed him. and senator As-: hurst and congressman Hayden 1 could hardly be rxpected to intro duce legislation to create an office for a Republican to fill. New Mexicans want a new federal court district or an additional judge for their court, but judge Colin Neb lett refuses to recommend the neces sity of another judge, but. on the contrary, says flatly that he can at tend to all the cases himself. He is a Democrat and refused even at the request of his own party, to say that another judge was needed. In Arizona It is different and they say another Judge is necessary, but it Is difficult to bell AT that the po sition will be created. Campbell Is Active. Gov. Campbell denies that there Is any friction between him and senator-elect Cameron and goes ahead with the business of his office, as serting that he is too bnsy looking after state appointments and prepar ing recommendations to the legisla ture for laws, to take a hand in fed eral appointments. However, there is a great amount or conferring at the wauuiuuy inrmsnea exeentrve ox fices In the state capitol for it all to refer to state affair Tliiafvlv The governor says he Is getting the iew oi mm irienos on legislation. Some sav he is srettlnc thlr mm on the federal jobs at the same time and that he Is planning on naming iws.uiiui.crs w no wm go mm ine most bww i wo Tears rrom now when he goes out after the senatorial toga. Newborn Iron Workers Return; Plant Reopens Newbern. N. C, Jan. & Twenty-one employes of the Newbern Iron Works and Supply company, who were among those who quit when the system of income sharing adopted at the sug gestion of the employers worked a de crease In their salaries, have returned to work, accepting a wage scale of ? cents an honr. a redaction of approxi mately 29 percent. The labor situa tion of the company gained attention several weeks ago when, following a proposal for a second 19 percent wage reduction, employes proponed a di vision of the Income of the company after overhead and manufacturing costs had been deducted. The system was adopted and after the first week the pay checks showed that the di vision had approximated tbe salary scale proposed by the management. Thereupon the men walked out and the plant was closed until the return of the 21. Company officials expect others to return. llJi, PO PULA Cor. Mrta Ave. and Saa Aa.nla St. Private Brasefc BxekssEe SMS. MaH sad Phont Order Promptly ruled. JANUARY SALES FTER-INVENTORY clearance of high grade thoes be m"r.c tunorrow. Tnventotv. which has iust closed, shows us that vffi have several thousand pairs of shoes, which must be closed, out quickly. The following values are beyond question the best that have been offered since before the war: Oxfords, Ties and Pomps At $9.95 These high grade oxfonb, pumps and low shoes bear such braatk at J. & T. Caasm. Stater. Wright and Peter. Edwia C Burt aad others. These . . . r . - i -i i . ir rr i I 1 came: m low bed ononis B DfOWB aa aoa a caii. i iraui oca ua Mack and brown suede. Back suede Freadi heel. oxfords are also shows. TheK sold rota $13.50 to $16.50. They are in January rjWB an auu tati can. . icsui suede Ffeadi kJ f? -"-a-$9.95 Boots And Low Shoes At $6.95 At tins BOBsBal price yoa are offered wide range of caoiee m bath boots and low shoes. The boots cose a black asd browa and the low shoes cose tie, pwnpt and oxfonk m via kid and patent leather. There is sweh a wide range of choice m Am lot that it it impossible to quote comparative value. We )l f wB swpiy tell yon that dn. it the best 30.Vl ke of Ae New Year for If-TW Extra Special-1"1 boots are offered at a sacrifice. These boots sold fenserfy frota $16.00 to $18.00. They are an Extra Special v r r fg now at .W..........A... 7 Second Floor Si Oar biggest achievement of Ae Ne Year 3I be The World Of White Thfa major svent is beinz filmiswl cat a greater scale than svar baton, and tbe values vil fee further proof of leadership. THIEF MAKES AMENDS FOR CRIME OF 1867 Raleigh. N. C. Jan. . A pass at conscience, mors than & barf esntsrr over dn, netted W. C Hasar of Rutherford county. ?I1S. A letter registered from Tennessee ooataiasd the money aad the statement that the repentant horse thief who sent It had sold a horse stolen from Hanny's fatberlnlaw in 1867 for the amoont transmitted. LITTLE ROCK WOMAN GAINED 11 POUNDS Mrs. Dickerson had suffered so much and so long she felt like giving up in despair. "Although it hu been 'our years since Tan lac restored my health and built me up so wonderfully. I am still feeling fine." said Mrs. Daisy W. Dick, erson, of 412 Center street. Little Rock. Ark. "At the time I began taking Tan lac I had been suffering for a long while from a bad case of stomach trouble. X had no appetite at ail and coald not eat anything but what made me feel sick at the stomach. In fact the rery sight of food nauseated me and at times I suffered from the gas on my stomach until I became so weak I coald hardly stand up. I fell off in weight from 150 pounds to 118 and my nerves were badly shattered. My nights were all rest less and miserable and I always got up In the mornings feeling as bad as on retiring at night. "My first bottle of Tan lac made such a wonderful improvement in my feelings that I wanted more. My ap petite soon came back, tbe gas stopped forming on my stomach and I began to eat hearty and feel less nervous. In a few weeks my troubles all dis appeared and I found I had also gain edSZ pounds In weight. "TTvery spring and fall I take a few bottles of Tanlac and it keeps me feeling as strong and well as anyone could wish to feeL I can testify to both the immediate and lasting re sults one gets from Tanlac It has certainly been a blessing to me for the past four years and I am more than glad to give this statement to be used in letting others know about if Tanlac is sold in El Paso by Cor el c 11 Drug Co.; in Ft. Hancock by Ff. Hancock General Mdse. Co and in Fa hens by Fabens Drug Co.. and all leading druggists." Adv. $100 Reward For the Arrest and Conviction of the Person or Persons Who STOLE A Bulck Roadster Model 34-191S Description: License No. 212957; Engine No. 892595M; Seal 1921, No. 165050. Notify EI Paso Automobile Club, Chamber of Commerce, El Paso, Texas. fe?;.. Shoes For Men And Boys Sale . UR entire stock of men's and boys' fine shoes offered dursg this sale at greatly reduced prices. You will find here the season s best styles and leathers in Stacy-Adams, Rabtons. Slaters. Packards and other equally famous makes. The reductions are as follows: $21 SO values are now reduced to $15.75 $1850 to $1950 values reduced to 5.50 $15.00 to $16.00 values reduced to $1250 $1350 to $1450 values reduced to $10.75 $12.00 to $1250 values reduced to $935 $10.00 to $11.00 values reduced to $7.75 $750 to $9. 00 values reduced to $635 $6.00 to $650 values reduced to $4.75 $5.00 values are now reduced to $335 SxifSL 1DGCi2l Men's brown kid Mucber lace shoes. Goodyear welt tfLf Ofl Extra Special in the January Sale at; per pair PJJSS UtUe Ban's raxhogasy fee skota, wide toes Utile aaea's smoked or bran sBc skaflsr aad Ooodjear welt Sim s O Cg steete lace shoes. (SCf Q ST 9 to 13. Extra Seeeial at. 8bee S ta 1S. at tp JD Seccnd Floor The sale of women's bools at $5.00 is a feature in the Ehionaiairs Store Shoe Section. News Brevities LOCAL. AMD OBNBRAt. (Advertisements. ) Train BoHetla. All aftersoos aad Btarat trains were reported on time exe.pt T. P. No. 1. das at UU. Is scnodBled ta arrive at 7M. nr. v.tti. I. mil has nnnel ta SM Two Republics Life BUg-. cor. fltan ton and Texas Sis. n.f Mn. f k rm. Armstrona. 41CRbts. Banner Bids. Fh- I- Ra- P- - Xew Indian Viceroy. London. Ebb. Jan. . Lord Read ing-, lord chief Jsttwe aad former special ambassador to the United States, has decided to accept the post of viceroy of India. Sara eon. Dr. David H. Lawrecee. Mills Btdg. n.tMmili. Dr.. Bovrlbv. Ltoenssd In Medicine, Its MIUs Bide. TeL mi On Way to Mexico City. Gen. Juan Piatt, of So Dora, oaaeed through El Paso on his way to Mexico City. He was accompanied by Carlos Almada. a business .nan of Hermo- sUlo. Sosora. Troaole. Avoid troeble. Leave Baggage cheeks at Loo swell's, or telephone No. 1. German Opera In Frnnee. Parls. France. Jan. s. German mu sic was played last night at the opera, wntcn Is saDauusea By tne French government, for the first time since t e outbreak it the war. The performance was Wagners Walkore." Drs. Carpenter . Brltton, eye. ear. nose and throax, re-aovea to 601-4 Two Republics bonding. Police Fire on Hob, Berlin. Germanx'. Jan. 6 Several nersons were killed and 22 wounded at Fallsberc by a Police volley flreJ on riotous Coramaalscs following the funeral of a Communist named Hoff- n. who was shot by tbe pollcs when he attempted to escape. Dr. Anna Ream. Buckler B. over BUte. Xlvelle Given FareweiL New York. Jan. C Hundreds of New York men and women attendet farewell dinner to Gen. Robert Georges Nlvelle. French war hero. who will sail for home Saturday, end ing a two months' ttsit as ornclal representative of France at the Pil grim tercentenary celebration. Veterinarian. T. Collins, M. D. C of fice and res. J12S Alamogordo St. Ph. M77. Med the wife of L. HotaUag. the hus band shot and killed Brown In police court. Dr. W. A. Totaad. lata Major, M. C 41I-2I Two Republics bonding. Drs. Swearingen and Von Almen. Eye. ear. nose and throat. isT-l-t Two Republics Life Stag. Ranger, to Quit tialvestea. Galveston Tax- Jan. e. State eon trol of this city will end Jsnuary 1. wnen the rangers wui be wiuarawn. Woman's Annever Slain. Orlando. Fla . Jan. C Dissatisfied I i with a Jlfte flse Imposed on John Brown, xound guilt) u hawu.- iron- SteefckeMers Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Security Bank and Trust Co. will be held at Its office In the Security Bldg. Mills and Mesa. Bl Paso. Texas, on Tuesday, the 11th day of January, 1J0. for the election of Directors and such other business as may properly come before said meeting. J. Harry Henderson. eo"y. Adv Tenement, fine investment. Lee New man, tenement specialist. Ph. 4604 -Adv A TontQ GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC restores Energy and Vi tality by Purifying and Enrich ing the BhmL When yos feel it suengtheotng. huriaoratimj affect, see bow Jt brings color to the cheeks and how k Im proves tbe appetite, you will then appreciate its true tonic vahw. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ht simply iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So pleasant even children like it The blood needs Quinine to Purify it and iron to Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invigorating Effect. GOc Healthy Blood and a Healthy System is Humanity's best protection against Colds. Grip and Influenza. Present Lull Will Help Industry, Says Schwab Boston. Mass. Jan. American bustntMs and Industry geaeraUy will benefit by the present eotnsserclal let up. saJd Charles M. Schwab, chairman of the Bethlehem Steel corporation, at the annual dinner of the Massa chusetts Bankers' association. Mr. Schwab called the slackening of trade a lesson In economy that eventually would stabUlse business ana onns firm basts for stability. The "G1AHT" Watch Him USE HERALD WANT ADS. iter I ALAMEDA FUEL & GRAIN CO. 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