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Not satisfied with the “best gly cerin of all,” the Rexall chemists made the best better. Two of the 200 Puretest prepa rations for health and hygiene. Every item the best that skill and • conscience can produce. Central Drug Company Phone 181 The Drug, Store j Job Printing? AX7HEN you think of printing, think of j ’ ” us. We are in a position to meet any } U demand made upon us. no matter what I m description from a calling card to the \ U most difficult work you may think of. i M Our expert workmanship and up-to-date j U material enables us to serve you right. , GIVE US A TRIAL I The Winslow Hail 1 CEREMONIAL OF SHRINE DURING WEEK OF FAIR Detailed arrangements have been worked out for El Zaripah Shrine i Temple ceremonial to be present ed at Phoenix during the week of the state fair, beginning on Thurs day, November 15, and continuing to Saturday, November 17. The opening event of the brilliant and spectacular ceremonial will be a Shrine parade, including five bands beside that of the El Zaribah Temple, and the three-day program will cul minate with the grand ball on Satur day njght at the temple on West Washington street. Shrine officers cite that the cere monial will add to the attendance at the state fair, by reason of occurring j during the week of that event, and i that possibly its attendance also will jbe increased for the same reason. A ! class of at least 75 novices is ex pected to be initiated into the mys teries of El Zaribah Shrine, while several hundred are expected to be in attendance at the ceremonial. Delegations of both novices and Shriners from all parts of the state are to be in attendance at the cere monial. The parade and the cere monial closing with the traditional annual banquet, one of the principal events in the Shrine year, will oc cupy Thursday night, the first day of the ceremonial program. New and original stunts learned by the directors during their trip to the directors’ association meeting last spring, will be brought into th’e al • ways novel initiation ceremonies. I The parade will be filled with unique I and novel features. ' On the night of November 16. Fri \ day, the Daughters of Isis will gath- J er, this being an organization com ! posed of the relatives of Shriners. * with the Shriners as honorary mem bers. The meeting will be the re j organization of the auxiliary, which 1 has not functioned in Arizona for ! many years, but is to become in the | future one of the leading activities ! connected with El Zaribah Temple, it is understood. Saturday night. November 17. will - be occupied by the grand ball, which | will be a leading feature of the cere monial. PETITION FOR REHEAR INO OF SHEEP RULING A motion for a rehearing of one j of the two sheep cases recently decid ed bv the Arizona supreme court has ' been filed with the clerk of the court by Judge F. W. Perkins of Flagstaff, secretary of the Arizona Wool Grow- I ers’ association, and Morrison and s Morrison of Prescott, counsel for the | sheepmen in the cases. The opinion of the court, in the j case of the state against Hazas and Martinez, sustained the conviction of the lower court while in the case of the state against Brown, the judg ment of conviction was reversed and the case remanded back to the lower court. The rehearing is sought in the case of Hazas and Martinez. ; The* cases involved the constitu tionality of the Arizona statute which requires that sheep be moved across a cattle range at a rate 'of speed greater than three miles a day, all three men having been convicted on that charge. Although reversing the case against Brown, the supreme court upheld the constituionality of the statute, reversing the one case on technical errors in the complaint. In asking for a rehearing of the case, counsel for the sheepmen allege that the c#§es failed to show any facts on the part of the state that justified the passage of the statute by the legislature or the need of the state to exercise “police powers.” (Tie Idaho Law The state also failed to show, coun sel contends in the motion for a re hearing, -that conditions in Arizona relating to the joint use of the pub lic lands by the cattlemen and the sheepmen in the grazing of their herds and flocks were the same as those existing in Idaho, which caused that state to pass a similar law and which was subsequently upheld by the United States supreme court. Conditions in Arizona, they allege did not authorize the legislature to pass the statute, because the record of the case at issue showed that a joint use of the public lands had been made by the cattle and sheep men for 20 years without conflict and therefore, they contend, the sheep j law is not a 'lawful exercise of the j “police powers” on the part of the ! state. Because of the issues involved, the ! cases have drawn the interest of I every cattle and sheep man in the state and the outcome of the motion for a rehearing of the one case will be closely observed by all interests involved. o WILL All) NEW MEXICO HANDLE TIMER LANDS An aggreement whereby timber on lands belonging to New Mexico, and j lying within or near the national ' forests, will be handled according to | the rules and regulations for handl i ing timber on national forests has ! been made between the United States | Department of Agriculture and the | State Commissioner of Lands. Ap proximately 215,000 acres of land, estimated to contain 550,000,000 board feet of timber, are involved. The State of New Mexico has no organization equipped to administer the use of timber on State-owned lands so that continuous timber pro | duction may be assured, and in recent 1 years the Forest Service has infor j mally aided the State in handling 1 sales. Under the agreement recently ! signed and approved the Federal gov ! ernment will now lend full coopera | tion to the State in handling the timber on its lands. A similar agreement with the State I of Arizona was entered into in 1914 and is still in full force and effect. Under its provisions forest officers of ! the Department of Agriculture have | supervised the cutting of many mil ! 'lions of feet of timber from State owned lands within the Coconino and Tusayan National Forests. The agreement with Arizona and the new agreement with New Mexico both provide that the salaries and expenses of Federal officers while en gaged on State work shall be paid by the State, concerned. —o Some men are so cautious they i can't buy a gold fish without worrying ! over its turning to brass. o The honeymoon is over when he starts chewing tobacco again. o It is fine for colleges to teach i everything but college students shouldn’d think they know it. ANTIQUITY OF WISDOM Grace —I read where they are mak [ ing sugar out of sawdust now. Mabel —Well, 1 don’t see anything | wonderful about that. Mother Eve i made a dress out of a fig leaf. Can’t Be Done. ! “I’m willing for my wife To have her way." said Mister Day. ’The trouble is. alas. She never lets me have my way.” Had Him Guessing. She —I saw you calling at Miss Clyde’s house yesterday. Was she j nome? He —That’s what I’ve been wonder j ing. Describing Him. “Very bald, is he not?” “Yes.” replied old Gaunten Grimm, j “When liis bat blows off and he drops i his eyeglasses be is practically un i Tossed." No Cause for Alarm. Patient (feebly)--! suppose your bill I will l.e awfully -a go tins time, doc? fbii-tur—Don’t you worrv almm that* It’s go ng to be paid by your heirs, THE WINSLOW MAIL QUARANTINE I\ (T. JOHNS AREA NOW MODIFIED Between 8.000 and 10,000 head of range cattle have been shipped from Holbrook and Cooley to California during the past month, according to Dr. S. E. Douglas, state veterinarian, j Most of the cattle shipped, Dr. Dou- | glas said, were good feeder stock, although the calves were shipped for immediate slaughter. There is plenty of winter feed in 1 Xavajo and Apache counties. Dr. Dou glas said, and there are a large num ber of range cattle in the southern end of those counties which are fat enough to place on the market now, but the cattlemen are holding them for better prices. The quarantine in the area, about •St. Johns, Dr. Douglas said, will pro bably be maintained for another year. ! 'The area was quarantined about two j years ago on account of the cattle j scabies in the district. Recently the cattlemen in the district finished : dipping 27,000 head of cattle in the | quarantined area. The quarantine 1 has been modified. Dr. Douglas said, j so that cattle may be shipped out of the district under inspection and a permit from the state veterinarian. The maintaining of the quarantine for another year, the doctor said, is being done under advice from the \ United States bureau of animal in- ! dustry in order to see whether the ! dipping of the cattle in the area has j completely eradicated the scabies. 1 The 1924 Model Studebaker Light-Six closed cars are qual* i ity cars. They are built to endure—to give lasting satisfaction. Both body and chassis are | produced in Studebaker plants where painstaking craftsmanship has always been the rule—and the practice. By manufacturing complete motors, transmissions, axles, frames, bodies, tops, castings, forgings, and stampings, parts-makers* profits are eliminated from costs, and one profit only is included in Studebaker prices. Phone or call for demonstra tion. Terms to Meet Your Convenience i' Stwiefrflker Light^Six^ OLD TRAILS GARAGE Studebaker Dealers ! THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR ♦ ♦ | Vacuum Cleaners l THOR l HOOVER j UNIVERSAL | Sold On The Easy Payment Plan ♦ Demonstration at your home or X our sales rooms any time ♦ | Arizona Electric Co. X R. R. Jones J. H. Gibson ♦ *