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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday. January 12, 1921.
ASSERTS GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA
AMENDMENT TO EXISTING LAWS
PHOENIX Arlx Jan. It. Thomas E.
Campbell, governor of Arisona,
believes the state has enoaen
wfc, but thinks a lot of them need
fixing up." H la In favor of the
f-pislatnre gotting- down to business
mE through and on li ting. He
;ide this plain in his mesaaare to the
awmakers yestarday afternoon when
e neiiTerca ats m
We Help You
Why Not Help Us?-
At 18 cents a quad
we offer you the best
milk on the market.
You cant beat "Gil
lett's Safety Baby
Raiser." We sell
the best of all dairy
products. Four stores
at your service. No.
I at Five Points,
phone 2030. No. 2
City Market. No. 3,
Hueco and Copia.
No. 4 at 511 Ari
zona. Gilktt's Dairy
The Elite does not serve
Tegular metis because it
is a confectionery estei
lishmenl and caters io the
highest class of patron
age. We Jo. hotpever,
serve a midday lunch
from 11:30 to 2.-00 for
the benefit of oar patrons
Ttrho take their lunch
dolpntowu Also rve
make a specialty of
dainty night lunches.
After the theatre or a
motor ride you can come
to the Elite and be prop
erly served mth a light
lunch ivhich good and
Mesa and Texas. Phones 347 and 845.
Front ccver phone boelc"
There is no ch thing as "the best jewelry."
Some jewelry k more valuable than other jew
elry because k has more metal in k. finer work
or more valuable stones. All standard jewelry
k of the same qalky. If the jewelry k not
standard it masquerades as "jewelry" and for
ever remains a cheap imitation. There k, how
ever, such a tiling as a "good" jewelry shop.
Hixson has for years stood for only the best
People know us, trust us and come to us. If
you are a visitor in thk city you are invited to
look at our beautiful exhibit, absolutely without
obligation to make even the smallest purchase.
Mail OrrJen. On the Plaza
THAN NEW LAWS,
mended amendment of existing laws
rather than enactment of niw legis
lation, declaring the state was over
burdened with laws, many of which
might be repeaJM without their ab
sence being noted.
The message urged that cotton gins
be classed as public utilities; advo
cated amendment of the divorce Law
to provide for interlocutory decrees
with absolute divorce at the end of
one year; recommended a site and new
home for Juvenile girf delinquents to
segregate them from boys and sug
sreated a change in election laws to
provide for absentee voting.
WnnM Amend LflDB UOOC.
The message said the land oode
should be made more definite. It
added the governor soon would pre
sent a draft or a ,pian ior a recon
struction of state departments, elimi
nating "obsolete offices and agencies'
mri Mnsolldatins others, thus fixing
responsibility on the governor and a
tew aeparimeni neaos.
The governor said in part'
"- mmw tad nB tries mlnlor. Africal-
tnre and livestock hare reached a pout
doM to a crisis. Economy must be exer
cised, bet economy of the proper kind.
Oar house mnst be kept In order and
maintained: adequate p't .-Mod must be
made for those under or ear In vsn
ni tnsHtvtlnBB. but we sbonld exercise
due caitlon and vigilance to the end that
taxation shall be limited to our present
The major responsibility is entrusted to
the members of your body, but I am de
sirous of cooperating to the fullest extent
and working in harmony with you la this
and other matters.
Roods. Edaeatisn, lasstefci (ration.
There are three prtacrpal subjects I
dmtre to stress roads, education, and
admlnlstratrrv reform, the Utter through
eonsoUdatloa or centralisation of depart
ments of governmeiit.
"Dr. A. R Buck, of New York, noted
rovermneutal efficiency extert. has been
employed to draft a plan for ths revbrioa
and rsconstrucuon or our state govern-
"We do not lack lava. To the contrary, I
we sre over burdened with them and' many I
on our statute books couia ee repeaiaa ana
their absence never noted. Experience
st be our teacher and guide in taese
tters. We should not hesitate to dis
card what we have found to be useless or
sntest reluctance to keep step wits
eras by aeeevtinc what is new. nro-
vMed that careful and dtHgent laqnlij i
shows that tt is merltorius. !
Audit Is Needed.
The affairs of our corporation, the stats,
is some ways are managed very loosely ;
atd in an aahmsnessUke way. Hundreds,
of thousands of dollars are handled an-,
nually by certain executive officers, yet;
a check ef their books has never been!
made. In fairness to the officers and the
taxpayers I wvold again reeomtnend that
a sufficient sum be appropriated for a
Xand Oode Rertslen.
Ths land code should be mads more
deflnfts, workable and effective through
amendment. Whether or not this im
portant desartmeat is conducted In a sat
isfactory manner depends to a large de
gree upas sane and eonltahle adnrintscra-
s ox its affairs. The tact was maoe
clearly apparent bat recently that the
mecnees neretexore roiiowea uo not meet
with pnbne approval.
ni qscjuoe. ec mereeeea revenue rrom
this heritage to adndntotrattva. not leals-
lettve, and win take rime to work out so
that iegtttaaat rights will not be dis
turbed or penattsed.
Ths future of the office of historian
How about having that
Stetson deseed and blocked
before going back?
Our Hatter is thoroughly
experienced in tku work.
Cleaned and Blocked
Phoenix. Ariz. Jan. II. No longer
handlcaped by lack of clerks, both
house of the Arizona legislature
convened at :30 a. ra. today facing
the prospect of a flood of bills. It
was known that nearly every member
had come to Phoenix with one or more
measures to be Introduced.
wiiw ih. tM. of legislation
would be cheeked by Got. Campbell",
declaration In Ms message, roan yes
terday, that the state already had
more laws thaan it needed, was a
question of considerable Interest to
party leaders la senate and house.
Got. Campbell is considered titular
head In the state of the Republican
party, which controls the senate and
is In the minority In the house by
only one vote.
and how tt hell best serve the state Is
a question opea for determination. In
the fall of 1919 the collection ef data
coverto Mormon settlements In Arisen,
waa hem. Tola mtenetlnc Information
la new reedy for publication- n new is
the issuance ef a eae-volume history of
Arizona which shall be aaed aa a text book
In our aehoola
Bedrrt System Adapted.
"Srstemlntloa of state finances ha.
been acoompUahed throurh the budcet de
partment, the result of Its labors belnc
found In the copies' of ths budget on your
desks. While necessarily tt contains Im
perfections, doe to the fact that w, hare
beep breaking new sround. I feel It will
nroVe of considerable value In that It is
a carafnllv nrenared AOmnendluxn and pre
rfirMtMi Mri of the actual needs, the
ores,! nr demands and estimated needs of
..fh Inatttntian and daoartment of state.
torether with a complete analyst, ef fends
rrom an sources taax wiu ee b.tnw
to meet the state's expenditures.
The Road FroMem.
"I would sscceet that the fall control
tt nnr mt.t. hlirhwKTI be nlaeed In the
hands of a rood commission conslstiaff of
tire Bersons senior without pay. The
term of office should be firs years, the
appointments betax so reffuleted that there
would be only one member of the beard
chanced each year. The commissioners
should employ the state engineer and have
full authority ever the state highway de
partment, thus takur that appointment
out of politics.
"No federal aid has been lost, nor will
b inat hv the state of Arisona. Suffi
cient project aareements are executed to
oate io Baxeswu a.i luuua u.vu
wlee won a reren jury . inn
.hMA af this dearer.
T. wdf te avsld the loss of federal aid
it was necessary for the state to base
project eareemente with the federal aor-
ernment totaiiss? li.wi.iwi-" . J -tssi-
..A TtT.Ts4.U on July 1. 19ZS.
whtoh is the total federal apseoprletlous
to data At the preeent lime sj.zs.n.s
fn nreleet atatements has been aptu eyed
by the secretary of arrteutture. CtmtracTn
hare been executed tetaOsx IS.4K.T9S.H.
-T am tharouahhr eoramftted te the
neeeesity for a constitutional amendment,
rMraanizlnr the state board of educa
tion, and maklnc the of flee of .state ra-
, . ..... ., -niiam inatMS of elec
tive. The method ef seleetmr the board
should make tt eontlasoos. eon-partisan,
or at least M-parttsaa. safernarded from
Hianee: and impose upon it
greatly mereased powers and respensi
There la an inereastax resMratlon that
education Is the concern of the state pri
marily and that It ahould beer a con
siderable share or the burden Modern
conditions demand a hlcber trade ef prep
aratioe than formerly, and every child
has a right to the euutpraent of at least
a high school education.
T hHa the time ha, arrived ho this
..... whmi wa mnet can noon the local
j districts to eurreader some of the powers
heretofore enjoyeo ny rnem sjk.
some central authority within the eaemty
and within the state, a guldrtr band ever
v. .ncttnn of our children and the
... r .1.. n at nma ef m
belts- made for education in this
-As your executive It has been my prtv
llere to Initiate the Colorado Breer Basin
priW The tnweemdtsr of th waters
of this etream. which pseBmtnary invsetl
atton prevel te be feasible, win - create
mmions of doners of wealth for this and
ether states. With year rapport and co
operation I . hope during the next two
years ta secure tangible results In the way
of financial areisteaee f rem the federal
Svemment and see work eomintuced on
s meet gtgantle undertaklag of Its kind
The talk of the clement, however Is
one of ease and eonstiuuUse WfcfUMon.
to which w, must gtve the best within us.
We are here at the mandate of the people
and must eosieeientlously fuUm our os
Tlgatioaa Xn your labors be esauredof
my active and uaderxtaadiaa; eeoperarjon.
as our purposes and aims are the same.
C a. DBFARTMKNT OF AGRICULTURE
t I i. m 7th ne
ridsn time. January
Xorecats TH1 A pan.
Paso and stein
lty: Tonight eloadr.
New Mexico: Oen
sraJly fair tecttcht
and Thursday and
Axlzona: Fair te
ntsat and Thurs
day; rlsisc temper
atare. West Texas. To
niht csondy and
warmer in Panhan
dle: Tlmreday prob-
Predpttatien last 1 hears (tnches)-
ntats oz weatnsr ...
leO-west Temp, last aicnt
Hls&est Temp, yea ray-
Temp, a. s i
l Denver .
Salt Lake Oty... It
San Antoulo .... 4t
Saa Francisco. . . 41
Santa Fe It
Seattle 12 Oeody
Waehhvgtau . ... 14 41 14 Saew
IvompiratlTe en raea arreetpKoaou.
Jan. 1 to Jan. It. lsernslvs. HIT. .tt la.
Jan. 1 to Jan. 11. laelusive. 1111, .7t in.
Jan. 1 to Jan. U. Inoluilve, Ills, .tt la.
Jan. I to Jan. 1L lacloelrs. -64 m.
Jan. 1 to Jan. lL laetnstve. U1L, .tl in.
Kormal Jan. 1 to Jan. XL. Ineluaive, .12 is.
Some printer. Ignorant possibly, of
the eternal fitness of things. In set
ting up a story in The Herald yester
day, changed J. R. Segal from a per
fectly good optician to a politician.
The reporter wrote that Mr. Segall
was an optician, but the printer de
creed otherwise. Mr. Segall says he
feels the humiliation keenly, as be
has always been an honest man.
II M II Enow .M
It II 11 Cssudy .
Ik el 31 Ooudy ...
1 it 14 Oear
H II II PtjCMy. .M
11 2 II Gsear
1C 3 -li Char
SI 30 Enow .
to m l Csesdy ...
It H ( Ooudy ...
M eg it Cseudy .11
44 H 41 Clear
II i 41 Char
it u tt -----
tt M IS Char
! 14 11 24 Snow .M
U M Clear
It 1 dear
.. 4 Rata .11
M 41 Osady ...
M 14 asarw .1
CONDITIONS ARE FAIR TO GOOD
THROUGHOUT SOUTHWEST, SAYS
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK REPORT
rpHE year 1920 has been an excep
X tlonal year for many sections of
the southwest, according to the
federal .reserve bank, of Dallas, In a
statement received by the El Paso
Reirardinfc- Marfa. Texas, the report
says mat mere nas Deen mucn rain.
and that the cattle produced -were
abort the beat ever raised, and those
shipped early brought a good pries
in spite of the low values all over
the conn try. The calf crop Is said to
nave ooen unusually arooa.
RelAttve to Alpine. Texas, the
weather is reported as fine and arrass
exceptionally good, resulting in less
snipmsnts or cattle generally, rros
pects for mineral and oil develop
ments are said to be better than for
Midland reports business good and
cattle wintering in splendid shape. It
will not be necessary to bny any feed
The reports from other sections. In
part, are as follows:
Albuquerque The condition of the
range la excellent. The mildness of
the winter has been fine and most of
the cattlemen are looking for one of
the largest calf crops on record this
oomlng spring. Locally merchants
ate in excellent shape. N'ot only the
retailers but the wholesalers are in
very good condition.
Carlsbad Livestock generally are
e-oine: excenttohally well and pros
pects are for a large increase this
year, though the ranges are getting
a ittle dry.
Carrizozo The same conditions pre
vail here as elsewhere in this state,
I. e- low prices on cattle, sheep, hogs
and wool, which naturally slows down
sales on these commodities which are
the principal sources of revenue for
'.ocal banks. Several new business
houses of good, substantial character
are under way at present or have
been recently completed, auao some
Clovls The farmers are up with
their work. The wheat acreage Is
also double that of last year and Is
looking fine. Wlin plenty oi aneer-
ground moisture, although It Is get
ting a little dry on top. On account
of financial conditions, building has
slowed down considerably, but there
Is a crying need 'or more houses, and
building will be resumed Just as soon
aa there la a loosening up of condi
tions. The Santa Fe railroad has
made an appropriation of U.MOO.00
for yardage and shop improvements
in Clovls. wnicn win memo uim w
this particular section. The city of
Clovls will start paving 14 blocks
about March 1 and have recently let
contract for deep well and additional
water and storage system.
. riier Business is dnlL There Is
a big demand for money. Choice al
falfa nay is worm su pe
ia plentiful. . ,
Kstancla This Is strictly an agri
GIVEN SEAT AS
Francisco G. Rodriguez ban re
turned to Juarez from Chihuahua
where he went In the Interest of his
campaign for mayor of Juarez and
announces that the legislature has
declared that ho won over his oppo
nent, Francisco Gonzales, who has
been temporarily in that office since
Telegrams from Chihuahua have
been received by S. O. Gonzales and
by Ramon R. Morfln. of Juarez, con
firming the news that Rodriguez
won. 'They stated that the legfola
...... had cnmnleted its canvass of
election returns, which showed that
the "Red" party had won over the
-Green" by it votes.
Rodriguez expects to taae uhi at
Mexico City Theaters
Reopen After Tax Fight
vaviesi dir. Hex. Jan. 11. Moving
picture theaters in this city, which
were closed on Monday night as a
protest against increased taxes,
opened again last night following an
agreement between the city council
I the theater owners regaruins; uio
c rate to be levied on these places
SPANISH ALLIANCE WILL
GET MAYOR'S WELCOME
Mayor Charles Davis has announced
that he would Issue a letter to the
lapanlsh-Amerlcan alliance welcoming
it to ail paso in llzs it tne conven
tion should be held in Juarez. Camlllo
Arguelles. assistant secretary of the
Juarez chamber of commerce, win re
ceive the letter. The delegation from
Juarez will' leave Saturday to attend
the convention of the Spanish-American
alliance that will convene In Tuc
son January 17.
SO MKTICAX LABORERS KJTKK
MKXICO TMKOUHH LUVAl. rum
ihnnt en Mexican laborers with
their families passed through El Paso
on their way back to Mexico from
N aco sari. Sonora, Tuesday. The party
was in charge of Inspector Fisher of
the Douglas station. The men had
been working in tne mines at nac-
AS POLICE SEEK GUNMEN
Police who went to Alameda and
Pledras streets Wednesday morning
te look for two holdup men. arrested
three service car drivers on charges
of possessing liquor.
As officers searched ths neighbor
hood they saw an automobile contain
in r- three men. one of whom, thef
said, flourished a revolver which later
was concealed in tne ear. 1 ne men
held are P. Rodriguez, R. Rodriguez
and R. Torres.
in Paeo Herald and Collier's Weekly
both for six months, only SCO. This
offsr is good for both old and new
-nnrinar the first six months of 1120
more than 8000 divorces were granted
50 Hens Laid 3 Eggs
A Day. Now Lay 36
TeHfl How U Hake Idle Hena Predate
Honey in Winter.
"Wb.ii I befan using Dob Sang 1b
December. I was vetttitcr only 2 or 1
ggs a. day from fro hens. Within
throe weeks I waa settioff from 3 to
4 dosen a day. I shall never be with
out Don SuntT-" Jermina Hodges, R.
F. D- 1. Shumway. I1L
This ) or 4 doMp eggs a day. at
winter prices, was almost clear profit.
Tear hens should do as welL It's no
trouble to use Don Subs: and you risk
nothing' by trying It under this offer.
Give your bens Don Sung and watch
results for one month, if you don't
find that it pays for Itself and pays
you a good profit besides, simply tell
us and your money will be cheerfully
Don Sung (Chinese for egg-laying
la a scientific tonic and conditioner.
It is easily gien in the feed, im
proves the hen's health and makes
her stronger and more active. It
tones up the egg-laying organs, and
gets the eggs, no matter how cold or
wet the weather.
Don Sung can be obtained promptly
from your druggist or poultry remedy
dealer, or send 52c (includes war
tax) for a package by mail prepaid.
Rurrell-Dugger Co.. 214 Columbus
Bldg, Indianapolis, Ind. Adv.
cultural district with a strong move
ment toward the dairy business. The
principal crop is Pinto beans and
there is now on hand In the valley
something between 204) and 40 cars.
Prices at present have an upward
Hot Springs Business for the past
two months has been satisfactory.
Deposits have been increasing. The
United States reclamation service is
doing approximately J10t.o00 of im
provement work on the Elephant
Butte dam. This work will continue
for a year or more, giving employ
ment to local people. The state high
way commission has just completed
a federal aid piece of road between
Hot Springs and the dam.
Logan Business is practically at a
standstill. Crops of corn, malse and
feed are In abundance.
Magdaleaav Stock men report range
conditions fairly good and with the
exception of a few localities they feel
confident that there will be sufficient
grass for their stuff to come through
the winter in good shape. Cattle and
sheep are looking good.
Melrose The lilt crop of wheat,
maize, kaffir and com will compare
favorably In yield with the 11 crop
Farmers have on hand practically all
of their 1921 crop of main, kaffir
rnd corn, and are unwilling to market
it at the prevailing .'prices. Local
merchants report only a fair vo'ume
RMvclLTharn Viae heen a a-rednal
but slight faDing off tn bank deposits
for the 'past 3 days, and banks are
Mill curtailing loans, but liquidation
from livestock shipments, we feel
confident. Is about over.
Silver City There has been a de
cided slowing down of business. The
copper companies, while operating,
are curtailing their work extensively.
The cattle buslneas Is at a standstill.
The ranges are becoming very dry
and while the winter so far has been
very favorable for cattle interests,
on account of the mild weather, yet,
the continued drouth Is causing con
siderable apprehension In that in
Nogales Business conditions in this
section are very fair at this time.
Ths cattlemen, of course, are experi
encing the same condition which pre
vails throughout the United States,
but ths merchants have enjoyed a
very good volume of business during
the recent holidays and are holding
their own. Building operations have
probably slowed up a little
Tucson What cotton was raised
around Tucson has been about all
picked, but there is no market for
same, neither n there a market for
copper nor cattle, although some of
the latter have been dUpoaed of at
very low prices. Merchants are disposing-
of their goods at a sacrifice,
but. by doing so. It will clarify the
Phoenix. Arlr. Jan. 1J- A memor
ial to congress urging full recogni
tion by the United States ef the gov
ernment of Mexico, headed by presi
dent Alvaro Obregon. waa brought be
fore the Arisona legislature today In
the form of a resolution introduced tn
the senate by senator J. la Sehlelmer
of Santa Cruz eoanty.
Action on the resolution was de
ferred one day. under the rules.
Federal Board Makes
Report On Grain Trade
Washington. D. C Jan. Llf-The
federal trade cooun lesion seat to con
gress today the second volume of Its
report on the grain trade. It was
not made public. The report covers
17 terminal markets and grain ex
changees, tea of which are known
-primary markets" and receive the
bulk of the grain shipped from local
points In producing territory. These
Include Chicago, Kansas City and
"CUJUS ANiMAM" TO BE
SUNG SUNDAY AT CATHEDRAL
At the cathedraLef St. Patrick next
Sunday at S. the choir of St. Igna
ttn. .ii.rrh aa veieea. mostly beys
and young-men. win gtve a eereert
of sacred music with accompaniment
by an orenestra. or zs mnnussia
and the pipe organ. "Cuius Anlmam"
from Rossini's Stabat Mater is one
of the numbers ureoared. and Charles
J. Andrews wHI slug In place of the
regular enotr soloist, wno is ur.
-Cujus Anlmam" are the first
words of a hymn which la sung m
the Catholic church tn honor of
Mary, the mother of Christ, at the
foot of the cross. It is a masterpiece
of poetic literature, and great mas
ters nave . atso zaaue it one 01 we
greatest mnslcal compositions. It Is
of a highly lyrte character and Its
aim is to make the rattnrui resume
the mia&eaknble anarnish of a moth
er's heart on the day of our redemp
id also to bring home to their
the lessons of fortitude and of
. be drawn from such a drama
of eternal mercy. It Is very old. both
in literature and la musie.
PergolesL, Rossini, and Haydn most (
successfully tried their genius oa this
hymn. Tleck said of Pergolesfs
"Stabat" that he bad to "turn away,
to hide his tears when tt was played I
The "Cuius Aniraam" Is the sec-1
ond number of Rossini's composition J
and Is a solo for terror. After an im-
S reserve Introduction, the music re- l
ttes the history of that mother who
was so afflicted by the sight of her
son hanging from the cross:
"Throunh her heart. His sorrow shertnc , t'
And His sitter aaautsb sbarmc )
Thee the stager takes te a higher
pitch and strives to Impersonate aa
Ideal eye-witness ef the terrible
tragedy and to convey to mankind
his tumult nous feelings: this he does
tn a doleful and well-measured mel
ody which reminds one of Chopin's
"O. bow sad and sere distressed
New was she. that mother busssd
Of the Sole-Beaetten Oae1"
The melody Is repeated twice, but
the second time with more agitation
to culminate tn the beautiful "Qua"
moerebat." which forms the third
part of this number:
"Wee-bsgoae. with heart's proetratloa.
Mother meek, the Utter Passion
fcs she of her fjerlee. Sea."
The last words are rsaeated three
times, but eaen time with a new ex
pression, and the effect ts remark
ably appealing for compassion and
touebes the laaermost soul The ac
companiment of this part is Inspired:
it gives the sense of a melodious
dream and the ensemble Is marvel
ousty uplifting-. It is a call to high
er life, spiritual and divine.
J HIKE IN FREIGHT RATE
rfUKlo tt, FASU bUaLNtob
El Paso will lose the advantage of
being in both the Mountain-Pacific
and western freight classification
groups, unless the tnct-eaaed rates on
commodities from Portland. Ore. Se
attle. Wash- and other northwestern
points to El Paso, which Just went !
into effect, are ordered suspended. I
acBoroing to r . i locale. trattlc
manager of the chamber of com
merce. Mr. Tockle contends thst the new
Increase of S3 1-3 percent, whloh
does not apply to Denver anil Pueb
lo, constitutes a discrlminaion
gainst Rl Paso. He entered a rro
test against the new increase.
the Interstate commerce commission
informed him that It was to late to
nrevent the I .... .a-lv ...... .
He then asked for inveatlwt inn -wi i
suspension of the rates if they were
If you have enough cmficieDCe ia oar bastDess ntegrity and ear Im4 rnli to came into
our store you obligate at to deserve that confidence. We neve yon lonwlhrag.
We owe you mteOigeat service, accurate and truthful represesvtatioii of our isrjiMeoij,
beJpfu a ml uaKtSso aJvice about your purchase. It U up to M to pmririe you with the
beat lEBticai iHstruaeuts we can get, at the lowest prices coniillit with high stand rrk.
If you give tw your preference, you have the right to demand mom hespfm and accurate
MfoTBetio artd better values than can be obtainetl from the avefsaje store,
h has tales as 24 yean to develop our service to its present point But we are ao4
That's why our cmtomers ate. ,
The present nrtees on our
pianos are not going to
make ua rich very fast, but
we are woruxng with the
limes and taking our medi
cine now as oar bit toward
attemptlae to bring the n-l
adfuatnaent period to a cli
max as soon as possible
Starting SATURDAY, JANUARY 15th, El Paso
will have one of the largest REMODELING
SALES in its entire history.
WATCH the HERALD FRIDAY for full partic
ulars. CUT PRICES on' all itemsnone ex
cepted in our store that will make you sit up
and take notice.
Extra salespeople wanted. Apply at once.
CHINA PALACE RETAIL STORE
112-116 E. San Antonio St.
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Is Adoocale Of Republic
Madrid. Spain. Jan. II- Alejandro
Lerroux. radical leader. In a speech
regarding the BoHHeal situation tn
Spain declared that oeily a Repub
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Peden & Peden
Announce the removal of their
Law Offices to Suite 302. Two
Republics Life Building.