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Watch Our Windows for Special Sales Saturday Cahn Mercantile Co. 106 East Second Street Phone 97-A THE WINSLOW MAIL Compacts Rouge and Lipstick Norida Compacts $1.39 Pompeian Lipsticks 23c Ribbons Great Savings Here For a sash, P " trimming, or a bow on §||| the young girl’s hair, - G!|pj|k> J we offer tjjpi BEE? pretty rib bons—priced so sensibly! ‘JIL 4c to 35c lE* * Sanitary Needs Note Our Prices Note our J n Prices / m Sanitary / IM Belts / jm Sanitary M Napkins gf|k P* Y 2 dozen pfffl / 49c Notions For 8c Nation-Wide Values Tenco Snap Fasteners A great value Linen Tape Crochet 'Needles Linen Thread Darning Cotton Hair Pins Brass Pins Assorted Sizes BROTHERHOODS IN TEXAS DELAY STRIKE DECISION FT. WORTH, TEXAS—No action will be taken toward carrying in to effect the strike of three broth erhoods on the Texas and Pacific railway until after their represen tatives have conferred with the United States Railway Labor board at Chicago Friday in compliance with the board’s request. This was announced late on Fri day of last week, in a joint state ment issued by national represen tatives of the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Firemen and Enginemen. the Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen following a con ference of officials here. — o Indian War .Veteran Dies In Washington WASHINGTON—Brigadier Gen eral E. McClernand, retired, veter an of the Indian wars and the bat tle of Santiago under Shafer, died at Walter Reed hospital Wednes day, after a lingering illness. He was 78 years old. General McClernand was a gal lant soldier. He started early in search of a military career, hav ing inherited fighting traits from his father, John Alexander McCler nand, who served with distinction in the Civil war until friction with General Grant led to his being re lieved of his command. Born in Jacksonville, Illinois, in 1848, he graduated from the mili tary academy at the age of 22 and was appointed a second lieutenant of the second cavalry. He rose through the grades and made his most distinguished record while fighting with Custer in the Indian campaigns, being breveted a first lieutentant for gallantry at Bear Paw mountains, Montana, and awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for distinguished gallan try in action against the Nez Perce Indians. o Nayarit Flood Victims Protest To Mexico City NOGALES—Victims of the recent devastating floods in the state of Nayarit, Mexico, are said directed telegrams to the nawonal congress in Mexico declaring that they have not received any aid from that point and accusing sev eral Mexicans of having used funds for personal purposes and not for flood relief. According to reports brought here, the movement is generally ac cepted as a counter move of polit ical enemies of the state govern ment seeking to undermine the confidence of the central govern ment in Vega. o Give your printing to The Mail. 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Halstead Lumber Co. “One Foot or a Million” 16 Years Old Although most spiders die while held prisoners In scientists' labora tories. this one, "Mrs. Methuselah." has lived 16 years. Her son, ‘Little Mack," 3 years old. Is shown below. They reside at the University of Ar kansas. Santa Fe $750,000 Expansion Program Opens At Glendale PHOENIX—A $750,000 improve ment program in the Phoenix dis trict has been started by the Santa Fe railroad company, it is announc ed from the office of the company here. The improvement is on tracks and yards for the purpose of enabling the company to care for increased business due to the rapid development of its territory. The greater part of the work is to be done between Phoenix and Peoria. A large crew is now work ing at Glendale. Double tracks from Phoenix to way yards are to be laid, the road bed put in good shape and the ice plant and docks at Glendale enlarged and other work done that will enable the company to double its capacity in handling produce of the district. Ties, steel rails and other mater ial are on the ground and ballast is being hauled for the double tracks and sidings. The principal work centers around Alhambra, Glendale and the fair grounds. It is planned to have the improve ments completed by July 1, in time for the cantaloupe season. It was stated the acreage and production in this improvement district have been greatly increased and better rail facilities are needed. It was stated the company was planning other improvements on its lines in Arizona, to be started when this work is completed. Provision Is Made For New Power Plant WASHINGTON Approximately $25,000,000 will be spent by the federal government on new con struction of dams, canals and irri gation works on the 12 federal re clamation projects in the United states during the coming year, ac cording to a report made public by the department of interior. Included in the work to be done are expenditures by the declama tion bureau for construction on the Yuma project in Arizona. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1926 MORE ROOM AT CANYON, IS AIM FLAGSTAFF—A program of im provement extending over a num ber of years and entailing a cost of three million dollars has been outlined by officials of the Santa Fe railroad and the Fred Harvey system for the Grand Canyon, it was divulged here last week. A modern ice plant has recently been completed and will be follow ed by a general re-arrangement of buildings and trackage in order to conform to the extensive improve ments planned to care for the in crease in travel. It is stated that the El Tovar hotel will be rebuilt this season. W. K. Etter, general manager of the coast lines, and a numbed of other prominent Santa Fe officials, have been at Grand Canyon for several days inspecting the work there and discussing plans for the future. o L. A. Women Hear Add ress On Dam LOS ANGELES—An invitation from the Friday Morning club of Los Angeles, the largest woman’s club in America with a membership of 2,800, to appear before it and discuss Arizona’s position with re gard to Colorado river development was accepted last week by H. S. McCluskey, secretary to Governor Hunt and secretary of the Arizona Colorado river committee. His ad dress will be given on April 30. In a telegram to Mr. McClusky, Mrs. R. J. Waters, representing the club, asked Mr. McClusky to appear before the organization and d»‘ cuss all angles of Boulder Dam and Colorado river development from the Arizona standpoint. She ex pressed the opinion that Mr. Mc- Clusky is best qualified to address the club on the subject. The Friday Morning club, com posed of the leading women of Los Angeles, many of whom play a prominent part in the public life of Los Angeles and southern Cali fornia, takes a great interest in questions of the day and wields a strong influence in Los Angeles. SENATORS VOTE REPEAL OF TAX ON INHERITANCE WASHINGTON—RepeaI of the inheritance tax was approved last week by the senate. The senate also inserted in the tax reductions bill a provision fo a retroactive cut* on the higher in heritance rates in effect since the present revenue act became law, June 2, 1924. House leaders have served no tice, however, that they will op pose full repeal of the inheritance levy and the modified rates provide ed by the house are expected to Lfe returned to the bill in conference. The vote was 49 to 26. Eighteen Democrats joined with 31 Republicans in supporting ‘ the amendment and 16 Republicans and 10 Democrats opposed it. Repeal of the inheritance tax, recommended by the finance com mittee and supported by both Re publican and Democratic t leaders, has contributed one of the three main fighting points in the tax re duction bill. Flagstaff College Annual Contest J/ FLAGSTAFF —The sixth annual basketball tournament of the Northern Arizona Teachers College will be held here March 12 and 13, according to T. D. Jessupe, athletic director of the college. Plans for the tourney are being mailed out to all the coaches in Northern Arizona, and present in dications are that Winslow, Hol brook, St. Johns, Round Valley, Snowflake, Williams, Prescott, Kingman, Clarkdale, Jerome, Verde Valley, and Flagstaff High Schools will be represented. In addition to the trophies being offered to the winning team, and high point man, a sportsmanship trophy will be offered by Mr. Jes supe to the team showing the best mental attitude and conducting it self in the most sportsmanlike manner during the tournament. There will be no girls tournament this year. This was decided at a meeting of coaches last May when it was found that the physical and mental strain did not justify the results attained. A. E. Brock of Phoenix will as sist Mr. Jessupe in o 2 Pres. Green Suspends Ry. Clerks At Trial WASHINGTON—CompIying with a decision by the last convention of the A. F .of L., President Green announces the suspension of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks from the American Federation of Iftibor. The suspension stands until the clerks comply with the convention decision that they yield control of Chauffers and Teamsters to the Brotherhood of Teamsters. The question has been under discussion for months. As is the usual policr in such cases, officers of the A. F. of L. have made every effort to in-'' duce the clerks to maintain the trade union policy. In explaining the Teamsters’ po sition at the last convention, Pres ident Tobin of that brotherhood, pointed out the provisions of their charter, issued by the A. F. of L. which grants them control over class of work. This charter was issued years before the clerks’ union was chartered.