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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROOK. ARIZONA. MARCH 11. 1921.
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KA9TMAN KODAK COMPANY 26 Sixteenth Street. Denver. Colorado. BEAUTY an asset to all women. When In Denver, call at Charles Hair Beauty Shop. 410 16th St.. Denver. Colo. PRATT'S C0STUMERS Masquerade. Theatrical. Win, Mall orders eolklud. 829 15th St.. Denier. HAIR ROnn $W,TCHES- TRANSFOR XIAA-K- VJVJJlJO ijATiohS. ETC. Mail or- srs aollclted. Castslle'a Hair Stent, 626 15th SU Denier. n.OHEIlS KOIl ALL OCCASIONS, Park Floral Co.. 1643 Broadway. BEAUTY PARLOUS. Hair Goods by mall. Millicent Hart Co.. 721 15th St. BOIIM-AI.I.FN JKWKLItY CO. Dia monda, watches, silverware. Out town orders careful attention Est. 1873. WALL PAPRIt. Wholesale; sample bonks for aUbrd free. GUIR" lit OS., 1435 COURT PLACE. AUTO TOPS. Mall orders. Side and back curtains, C. P. Bliss. 1351 Court PI, flnsaltary Cleanlnsr and Dyeinsr Shop. Mall orders fires prompt attention. 11 bast Couaz. Two Naval Fliers Killed. New York. Eugene L. Lindsey, 24 years old, whose home Is at 4 Floyd street, San Francisco, and Harold F. Stevens, 26, of Rockaway, N Y both attached to the naval air station at Rockaway Point, N. Y., were instantly killed when their airplane crashed to earth at the flying field. POPULATION IS DECREASING. Recent All-Rusaian Census Shows Lose- In Population. The recent nil-Russian census under Bolshevist rule, only partially com pleted, shows that the population of Russia has decreased considerably since the beginning of the revolution, according to an article in the Kras- nala Gazette (Red Gazette). Although the census took place on August 28th, no complete returns are available yet. "The census." continues the article, "has been taken nearly all over the country, with the exception of the northern tundra, the nomadic popula tlon of the Kirghizes, Kalmucks and Turkomans, and also the localities ra cently freed from the white armies. Up to the present the central statlatl- cal department has received returns from 320 counties, 849 cities and fifty- eight provinces. . "From twenty-two provinces, includ ing the city of Moscow, complete re turns have already been received. Ou the: whole returns are still outstand ing from 45 per cent of rural districts and 25 per cent of the cities. Never theless, the data already on hand af ford a wealth of material for observ ing the changes In the distribution of the population of soviet Russia. "First and foremost, the census es tablishes the indubitable fact that the population of Russia has decreased since the beginning of the revolution. For twenty provinces on which data are obtainable for both periods the census of 1917 gave a total population of 30,000,000. The census of August 28th, 1920, however, enumerated only 27,000,000 inhabitants, a loss of 10 per cent And this, notwithstanding the fact that after the conclusion of peace following the world war millions of soldiers and war prisoners returned to their homes. The cause of this Is that the mortality rate has grown considerably, while the birth rate has decreased during the years of war and revolution. "A particularly great decrease has been noted during the revolution among the city population. In the above-mentioned twenty provinces the number of city inhabitants dropped from 7,900.000 In 1917 to 3,800,000 at present, the decrease thus amounting to 3,100,000 persons, or 30.2 per cent. Ex-Mayer la Suicide. Newark, N. J. Jacob Haussllng, four times mayor of Newark, died of a knife wound, self-inflicted, police said. Haussling's body was found In bed by bis wife. A soda fountain equipment company of which he was head went Into bankruptcy recently, costing the former mayor much of his popularity. Disappointment over the loss of money and friends was said to be the motive. 14,000 Strike in Moscow. Riga, Letvla. A report from Mos cow says a strike has begun by 14,000 employes of the government works and In various Industries, Including print, ers. The men are demanding an In creased bread ration, the convocation of a constituent assembly and the rights of free trade. Troops were , called out to quell disorders, in which several were killed. When the report was dispatched shooting was still In progress. Some members of the Red army had joined the strikers. Population Center Moving. Washington. During the last de cade the center of population contin ued to move Westward, advancing 9.8 miles In that direction and about one fifth of a mile north from Blooming ton, IncL, where it was located by the census of 1910. The bureau attributed the Westward movement In the last decade "principally to the Increase of more than 1,000,000 In the population 'of the state of California," Vy" H. JOHNSON, of Portland, Ora., who My bo on oould bar doot bina any reatar kind- neta thaa tba friend who advised j him to try Teniae. Gain fifteen pounds. "Not in a long time have I enjoyed such good health or felt so well gen erally as I do since taking Tanlac, said W. EL Johnson, 319 East 43rd St. Portland, Ore- who holds a re sponsible position with the Northwest Transfer Company. "About a year ago I began suffer ing from lack of appetite and stomach trouble and since that time that Is, until Tanlac set me right I have felt so poorly that I could hardly do my work. My food seemed to do me little good. If any, as my digestion was bad. and I lost both weight and strength continually. "After every meal there was a dull. nagging pain in the pit of my stomach that keot me feeling miserable for hours. "The gas from my sour, undigested food would bloat me up terribly and my nerves were so upset that I would lie awake half the night unable to sleep. I was constantly having blind ing dizzy spells and could not bend over and straighten np quickly but what everything seemed as dark as night to me. - "I was telling a friend one day how bad I felt and he advised me to try Tanlac and I just want to say he couldn't have done me a greater kind ness. "I have picked np all of fifteen pounds In weight, my appetite Is fine. and although I am eating just any thing I want my stomach never gives me a particle of trouble. My sleep Is sound and restful and my strength and energy have been so renewed that my work Is no longer a burden to me." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. Returning the Compliment. Professors Wife I suppose you have forgotten that this is the anniver sary of your wedding day? Absent-Minded Hnsband (abstract ing himself from comic sections) Eh 1 What? Dear me I Is It really? And when Is yours, my dear? Boston Transcript. WOMEN. USE "DIAMOND DYES Dye Old Skirts, Dresses, Waists, . Coats, Stockings, Draperies Everything. Each package of "Diamond Dyes" contains easy directions for dyeing any article of wool, silk, cotton, linen, or mixed goods. Beware I Poor dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins mate rial by giving It a "dyed-look." Buy Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist has Color Card. Adv. Wanted Her Advice. He I am madly In love. Will yon be my confidante? She Certainly. I am at your serv ices He Well, would you advise me to propose to you? Boston Transcript. RUB OUT SORENESS Sprains, Backache With Old cobs Oil. St. Ja- Back hurt you? Can't straighten up without feeling sudden pains, sharp aches and twinges? Now, listen! That's lumbago, sciatica, or maybe from a strain, and you'll get blessed relief the moment you rub your back with sooth ing, penetrating "St.. Jacobs Oil 1" Nothing else takes out soreness, lame ness and stiffness so quickly. You simply rub It on and out comes the pain. It Is perfectly harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Ldinuer up; uont surreri uet a small trial bottle from any drug store. and after using It Just once you'll for get that you ever had backache, lum bago or sciatica, because your back will never hurt or cause any more mis ery. It never disappoints and has been recommended for 60 years. Stop drug ging kidneys ! They don't cause back ache, because they have no nerves, therefore can not cause pain. Adv. Excellent Reason. Have you any reason for doubting what I say?" "I have." "What Is it?" "I don't believe you." Boston Tran script. "Cold In the Head" an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to freauent "colds in the head" will find that the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the system, cleanse the ijiood and render them less liable to colds. Repeated at tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALLS CATARRH MEDTCTNH la taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem, mus reducing tne mnammauon ana restoring normal conditions. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio. The surest way to get rich Is to keep up business and keep down ex penses. An engagement ring Is a girl's Idea & r) i of a band of hope. SHAMROCKS L' 3" V, ' y- Coileens In traditional Irish costume picking shamrocks in the Green Isle to be sent to America for the celebration of St. Patrick's day. HAILED AS GIFT TO HUMANITY High Personality as Well as the Deeds of St. Patrick Have Endeared Him to All. A character great In fiction Is often more vivid and survives longer than the name and fame of a real person undeniably great. He must be a mighty man who in a crowded perspective Is visible at the end of a thousand years. Yet such a man was Succoth, apostle to Ireland. Worthily hailed as St. Patrick, be cause of his holiness, he deservedly wears the golden circlet because of his patrician qualities in that Roman cit izenship which he. like St. Paul, was proud to share. Such a charac ter ever inspires his fellows to join the choir invisible In urging man to vaster Issues. The legends, which, like flower-bear ing vines, twine themselves around the fame of this august personality. are but natural outgrowths of affec tion. The coldest critic who looks askance at alleged marvels, bows low before Patrick's authentic writings. They see therein a scholar, a gentle man, and a self-effacing missionary. pastor and bishop. In fact, critical researches have rather acted like a blast of a blow pipe on the silver ore when laid on the cupeL Absorbed and forgotten Is the dross, while the pure metal orbs into brilliancy. Out of the fires of searching inquiry the character of St. Patrick rises to a height that com pels, nay, wins honest men of every creed and cult to gratitude to the In finite for this His gift to humanity. St Patrick's Wanderings. Readers who are Interested in the names of places will find It a fasci nating study to trace the wanderings of the saint In Great Britain and Ire land. It Is supposed that he landed on the latter island at Innispatrick and traveled on errands of goodness and mercy to Dublin, where the cuthedral bears his name, to East Meath, where he founded the abbey of Domnaoh Padraig; to Mayo, where the moun tain of Croagh Patrick was called af ter him, and to many other widely scattered places. The names of Putterdale in the Lake district, Kirkpatrick In the county of Durham, Llanbadrig In the Isle of Anglesea. Craig Pliadrlg near Inverness, and K'ilpatrlck, supposed to be his birthplace in Scotland, survive after ail these centuries as proof of the Influence of the man who first proclaimed the Gospel to the ancient people of Ireland. 1 dreamed 1 stood on Tara's hill And saw a file of men pass by. With measured pace and asper.t grave As II Imbued with purpose high. A Celtic maid of classic mold, And draped in white, a flag displayed With harp of gold and shamrock wreath L pon Its green expanse portrayed. A withered form of saintly mien. With crozler, led the passing rile. Nor needed herald to proclaim St. Patrick, dear to Erin's Isle. And following close upon tho saint. There came a group of holy men. That made the light of purer faith Dawn on benighted heathen's ken. This btately pageant from the past Displayed successive, famous men. Who through dim centuries of time Achieved with speech, or sword, or pen. SEAT OF WORLD'S LEARNING From Irish Universities Went Forth Missionaries to England and to All Europe. Ireland was the last survivor of civilization in the western world. The barbarian Invasion which over whelmed Europe and extinguished the torch of learning stopped at the Irish sea and left Ireland untouched ; and noon it fell the burden of extending civilization and Christianity eastwaro. The Roman missionaries got little fur ther west than Kent; the Irish sent missionaries to England, taught the barbarians to write, gave them the letters they used until tne norman conquest, founded schools, and in the middle of the Seventh century there was not a bishop In England who was not of Irish birth, consecration, or education. From the Irish universi ties there pourea rortn missionaries to the continent, and from Ireland civilization and learning spread to Germany and Switzerland ; Charle magne, seeking to civilize his people, FOR AMERICA ARE OF MILESIAN DESCENT Old Irish Families Founded by Con ' quering Race About 1700 B. C, '. According to Tradition. Old Irish families trace their de scent to the Milesians, who conquered the country, according to Bardic tra dition, about 1700 B. C. The Milesians originated in Scythia, but migrated to Egypt, and thence to Spain, where they became rulers of the land. They are named after Milcd. the head of the clan that went to Ireland. The Milesians had been preceded by three other races, the Parthalonlans, who, according to tradition, came from Greece about three centuries after the deluge. They were all wiped out by the plagne. Following them came the Flrholgs. who had scarcely taken pos session of the land before the Tuntha De Danaan (tribes of the God Dunn) arrived, also from Greece, and brought ST. PATRICK'S BELL SHRINE. The shrines of Irish bells are works of surpassing loveliness, and at this time probably Inimitable. They were made In Ireland by Irish artists, the shrine for the "Bell of St. Patrick" having been ex ecuted In the ninth century by order of one of the Irish princes of the time with them the Lia Fail, or Stone of Destiny, which they set up at Tara. They totally defeated the Firholgs and remained in undisputed possession of Ireland until the arrival of the Miles Inns. After the Introduction of Christian ity by St. Patrick, Ireland soon be came one of the centers of civilization, and Its missionaries did ninch to spread Christianity in western Europe. And Ossian. Homei of the race. With magic harp, was in the train. And many a sage, with warrior bold. Whose deeds inspired the harpist's strain. There, too, was Brian, none more brave. Who proved on Clontarf's bloody field That Scandinavia's bravest men. Confounded by the Celts, must yield. Then draped In gray the poets passed. With heads bent low. a grieving throng. nuj emc muse couia only prompt To pensive moods in sad. sweet song. The great procession passed away, A mystic glamor left behind: The harp long mute in Tara's hall Again with rapture swayed the mind. The day's of Ireland's grief gone by. The splendor of her past restored. Joy reigns throughout the sacred isie With nothing left to be deplored. (. l2l. Western Newspaper Union.) sent to those universities for his teacners. Ireland was the slnp-lo rir tnnt shone undimmed in the general blackness that fell upon the West af ter the fall of Rome. Kansas City Star. LAND BREATHES ROMANCE. There are Interesting tales and legends told concerning the beautiful Irish lakes, and as you glide over the waters and listen to the boatmen as they tell you these legends, as only an Irish boatman can tell them, you find 3'ourself looking over your, shoul ders at times expecting to see some of the apparitions appear. But there Is nothing to see. only the smooth shining surface of the waters and the beauty and the loveliness of the sur rounding hills. But you feel here, as you do In nearly all of Ireland, that these lecends and tales must be true, for there Is something even In the very air that seems to breathe of romance, and of deeds of heroism and courage In the past. V- -Q m'. NEW CABINET IS CONFIRMED PRESIDENT HARDING APPEARED IN PERSON TO PRESENT SELECTIONS. FIRST OFFICIAL ACT REVIVES CUSTOM INAUGURATED BY WASHINGTON IN FIRST , EXECUTIVE STEP. (Waters Newspaper Union News Service.) asliiugion, March 5. President Harding presented his cabinet nomina tions to the Senute in person and they were confirmed by that body in less than ten minutes. The President later signed the commissions of his ten offi cial advisers, who enter upon their new duties. In appearing before the Senate in executive session, President Harding revived a custom inaugurated by George Washington, but in disuse since the days of Thomas Jefferson. He ex plains that during his administration he wished to "maintain close and ami cable relations" with the legislative branch and for that reason had ap peared to present his cttb.net selections. Presentation of the nominations was his first official act and occurred with in less than an hour after he had taken the oath of office. While a quorum was being obtained. Mr. Harding waited in his room off the Senate chamber. During the wait he came to the door for a minute to smile greetings to newspaper corre spondents. He had scarcely re-entered the room before the arrival of Senator Lodge and Senator Underwood, the Re publican and Democratic leaders, who had been appointed by Vice President Coolidge to inform the President that the Senate was ready to receive com niunications from him. Mr. Harding said he desired to pre sent his message in person and was escorted into the chamber, the doors to which previously had been closed. The President was escorted across the familiar room where he served six years before his call to the higher of fice and to a place on the rostrum be side Mr. Coolidge. Facing his former colleagues, the President spoke for perhaps five min utes in happy, cordial vein and then read the nominations from a card which he held in his hand. He asked for early action In order, he said, that there might be no hiatus in the gov ernment's affairs. Starting with Senator A. B. Fall of New Mexico a courtesy because of his Senate membership the Senate went through the list and confirmed all. No objections was raised, all com mittees to which the nominations or dinarily would have been referred, having been polled in advance. The cabinet officers as confirmed are : Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes of New York. Secretary of Treasury Andrew W. Mellon of Pennsylvania. Secretary of War John W. Weeks of Massachusetts. Secretary of Navy Edwin Denby of Detroit Secretary of Interior Albert B. Fall of New Mexico. Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace of Iowa. Secretary of Commerce Herbert C. Hoover of .California. Attorney General Harry M. Daugh- erty of Ohio. Postmaster General W ill H. Hays of Indiana. Secretary of Labor James J. Davis of Pennsylvania. Bring Prisoner 1,30C Miles. Edmonton, Alberta. Completing 1,300-mile journey by dog team, speed er and railway train, Sergeant Hubert Thorne of the Royal Canadian Mount ed Police, arrived in Edmonton and handed over his prisoner, Albert Lebe deaux, a Slavey Indian, who is facing charee of murder. The warrant which the officer brought with him charges Albert Lebedenux with killln the child of Adelaide Lebedeaux, his wife. Thome's journey from the far northern outpost covered seven weeks, Engineer and Fireman Held. Valparaiso, Ind. William Long, en gineer, and George F. Black, fireman on the Michigan Central train, in which a New York Central train crashed at Porter, Ind., Interlocking crossing, with an attendant loss of forty-two lives, were held on charges of involuntary manslaughter by the Indiana commission Investigating the disaster, through Coroner W. O. Selpel. The men will be held in $10,000 and $5,000 bail, respectively. . Coronor Selpel announced. Labor Protests Alien Workers. Washington. The American Feder ation of Labor's executive council, at its closing session went on record against the unionization of alien work ers in the Panama canal zone, because they "are not citizens, nor have they any intention of ever becoming citi zens of Panama or the United States." The council took the position that the Panama canal zone should be manned bv American citizens as a "measure of safety to American interests and a pro tection against all aliens." Reverts to Old Schedule. New York. The Lackawanna Steel Company, which recently announced drastic reductions in the prices of vir tually all of its products, has decided, It was learned, to go back to the price schedule maintained by the United States Steel Corporation since March, 1919. This will mean an Increase of from 15 to 25 per cent, It was said. When the company cut Its prices. It also announced a wage, reduction of 15 to 20 per cent !ásUStl-k- JTT LCOHQ-3 PE tinotJveSianariS MrdBovctorf :l 2 TicrcsDil neither Oplttm,Morpbinenari 3, .. MineraL NOT ahcot. l Ve; i 1- c s .-if.ilme(tYft)f i?-l:hnessanil Bzact Copy of Wrapper. Her Little Bit. She was giving orders at express rate, for they were married. He poor man was, as a rule, the most submissive of men; But even a cab-horse will turn. Throwing out his manly chest, un til he nearly lost sight of It under the stubble on his chin, he brought his fist down with great gentlenes upon the table. "Do you think, my dear," he ven tured, "that you rule the whole uni verse?" "No," she snapped; "but I rule the first letter of It !" Kill That .ts"1siw rrft n ssTT H" C. . -S, II b f 1 h CASCARA Kg- QUININE FOR Colds, CoBgks Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep thia standard remedy handy for tne fin tniis. -Breaks op a cold in 24 hoars Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in thia form does not affect the head Cascara Is beet Tesase Laxative No Opiate in HUl's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT I Pure, Rich Blood I Your Body Vigorous and Healthy When impurities creep into yoar blood the first symptoms are usu ally a loss of appetite, followed by a gradual lessening of energy, the system becomes weaker day by day, until yon feel yourself on the verge of a breakdown. Nearly everybody needs a few bottles of S. S. S., the great vege table blood remedy, to cleanse out all impurities about twice a year. It is an excellent idea to take this :k .-..Wteti CARTER'S i ITTLE VIZ Ft PILLS D. W. GRIFFITH'S WAY OWN EAST BROADWAY THEATRE DENVER 1 WEEK Beginning Sunday Night March 6th 1 WEEII Matinees 2:30 TWICE DAILY THEREAFTER Nights 8:15 with special symphony orchestra brought direct from New York and under direction of Gustav Hinrlchs; also wonder ful stage and lighting- effects used for gorgeous ball-room scenes, for terrifying blizzard and an overwhelming lc gorge scene that baffles description these marvelous things effected by a special crew of twelve experts -brought es pecially from New York. NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE. Prices (Including War Tax) 11 For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature In Uso For Over Thirty Years thc ecarraua eesmurr. ticw vou cm. rv .ft. HORSES COUGHING T U8B Spohn's Distemper Compound to break It np and ret them bade condition, i "Tnr years' use has made 'Spohn's" Indiaponaatln In trn!na- - and Colds, Influenza and Distemper, witá trtWr rwui!,n c - cations, and all disease at la throat, non and I marvelously as a preventive, acts equally well asía cj i cents and $1.16 per bottle at drus stores. ( Í 6POHN MEDICAL COMPAJiX. - oshsa, Isjf. Didn't Seem Fair. Dolly had been tnken to church for the first time. On returning home her mother asked her what she thought of the service. "I liked It very much," she replied. "But there was one thing I didn't think was fair." "What was that, dear?" asked ber mother. "Why, one man did all the work, and then another man came round and got all the money." A man seldom forgets his place If he has a good one. Cold With AND La Grippe Will Keep precaution to keep the system in av vigorous condition so as to more easily resist disease to which every one is subject. . 3. S. S. is without an equal as a general tonic and sys tem builder. It improves the appe tite and gives new strength and vi tality to both old and young. . Full information and valuable lit erature can be had by writing- t Swift Specific Co 155 Swift Lab oratory. Atlanta, Ga. ED ffflE Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness, Dizziness, Sick Headache, Upset Stomach and for Sallow, Pimply, Blotchy Skin. They end lAe misery ef Cornt'fxrtton. tggZg?1 yge-Z&ZU. Ssufl PS; Wl IW; S-aH Price mi The greatest wonder event known in the history of t theater in all times. A mammoth motion picture spectacle which is breaking- all records in New York. Ihtcmga, Boston, Philadelphia and In all lead ins cities will fee shown at the Orchestra seats 12 20 and tl.flS Balcony seats 4X10 and S.I Gallery seats OTHER MATINEES Orchestra seats .$1.10 Balcony (first rows) Lie Balcony (balance) - 56 Gallery -3 MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY IN ORDER OF THEIR RECEIPT. Send money order and self-addressed envelop NOTE Owing to pre-production contracts and fact that the production cost over $850,000.00. "WAY DOWN EAST" will NEVER be shown other than as a FIRST-CLASS THEATER ATTRACTION and at FIRST-CLABS THEA TER PRICES. It will never be shown In motion picture bouses or small cities. "It is well worth tea dollars a seat." New York Heraid.