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XOGALES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, AFRII, 8, 192: No. 15. CONQU IB Y J Z L -A.- -i- i V V Overcome the shift lessness of listlessness and save and have. Gain a name and fame through conquest of yourself. Lay aside a little money and re ceive the reward that peaceof body and mind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. THE First Nationa Bank &! tales, NOGALES, ARIZONA 9 S CARL HAYDEN'S SPEECH VETERANS. Washington, D. C, Marr-li 30. When the hill to provide ad justed compensation for the vet orans of the world war was un der eons idera lion in the house of Representatives Congressman Carl Hajden saifl : Mr. Speaker, I want to briefly discuss that part of the minority report submittc tl by the Repub lican members of the committee on ways and means, because the chief objection which they make to this bill is the controlling rea son why I shail vote in favor of its passage. Those gentlemen say that the land settlement pre visions of the bill: Establishes an expensive ma chinery management, c.tt'ers un- told opportunity lor useless ex ! penditure. and under the guise I of veteran aid, permits, among other things, the board to lay oat town sites and build un I limited high ways. .. .The so call I led reclamation feature is dan-I j gercus at best and of itself ! should be a sufficient reason for the rejection ol any Dill carrying! FOR 'state whmh innai.it.nti (-iu n,..in bersbip of the national body: Do you favor a national svs ; tern of reclamation to bo initiat ed through adciiuate Federal appropriations and to be carried out foi the purpose of affording ex -service men opportunity to cultivate the soil':' On this question the vote was 1,250 votes in favor and 401 posed, the majority being I than that against the csh bon u - There is another o r fcj a 1 1 i z .-i i i o . likewise nation wide in its scop which, although it frrqerHU disagrees with the clumbtr ol commerce of the United Stau-., thoroughly approves of a plan of national reclamation such as is provided in this bill, the Am" erican Federation of Labor, through its accredited legisla tise representative has said: The best service that America can render to the world, in our opinion, f& to keep America healthy. I do not believe per sonally, from what I have seen. , that there is any hope of alle j vialing this unemployment con j dition in the country except ft i .... .. uirougn a wen tnought out pro it even though the measure were nn:nin- ar.n f h.1 in all other respects unobjec- American Federation of Labor tionable. Iti,. .u ..,.! ;J . . , , . tuciu hh: i cl- ic. ma iiuu ued SJ Vale In another paragrai h of this . rtfcr nnno . j report these gentlemen say: "Enactment of this bill would be luntcuj cuniiiti.v iu uie aii vice of the executive." It is true that a grearer scope, promises more for the alleviation of this condi tion, than any other program MORA BANK I TRUST CO. Nog Aii es, Arizona CAPITAL $100,000 00 SURPLUS 25,000 01) Epf.s Rakuolph, President Li. A. Mahtinez. Vice President .Max MoiiLER, Vine President Wm C. Wikeoab, Secretary J. M Etbitgo, Asst. Secretary C M qnardot, Cashier A General Banking Business Transacted FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOLD & SILVER BULLION BOUGHT AND SOLD AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WEST.COAST OF MEXICO 1 t.v QUALITY. tiie president opposes the pass age of this bill uniess it includes a sales tax as a means of raising the money to meet the cash pay ments when due. These gentle men evidently propose to follow Mr. Harding's advice only when he happeus to agree with them, which is convenient but most in consistent. A little over three months ago, in an address to the Congress, the president said: After each war, until the last, the government has been en abled to give homes to its re turned soldiers and a large part of our settlement and develop ment has attended this generous provisions of land for the na tion's defenders. There is yet unreserved ap proximately 200,000,000 acres in the public domain, 20.000,000 acres of which are known to be susceptible of reclamation and mide fit for homes by provision of irrigation. Contemplating the inevitable and desirable increase of popula ¬ tion, tbere is another phase of reclamation fulf worthy of con sideration. There are 79,GOO,CCO acres of swamp and cut over lands which may be reclaimed th iat lias ueeu presented. I could quote at greater length expressions in favor of a nation al reclamation policy from both of these sources, one represent alive of the great business in terests of Amei and the other speaking for the toilers of oar land. When capital and labor unite in demanding the adoption of legislation which will make waste land productive, provide homes for our returned soldiers and iacrease the wealth of the nation and the prosperity of all our people, then Congress should not hesitate to act. (Applause.) ON THEIR WAY. Mexican-American Business Men's cursion to West Coast. Ex- COURTESY. SERVICE. The Spirit of Friendship. This store looks upon its patrons not merely as customers but as friends. People purchase here because they have friendly feeling for this store. The cause which develops this friendly m feeling, may differ, in fact, they are sure to differ. One's friendship for the store is the result of finding good values: another's is the result of effi cient service and courteous treatment, and so on. Naturally this friendshiply feeling on the part of our patrons is reciprocated on our part And this spirit of mutual friendship is an impetus for greater service and an incentive to ever-increasing endeavor to make this store a place where every visitor will feel perfectly at home. THE BROADWAY STORE, INC. NOGALES, ARIZONA PEDRO TRELLES. MAGDAPLEN0A o"A' M" IOFICIJtA DB INORNIE- I M AG DALKN A EX If fS DE I.tGOALES A. GINEEKINU OFFICE. in r a - -r a im o .INOEHGROUND MINE SURVEYING and made as valuable as any farm lauds we possess. Home making is one of the greater beneiits which govern ment can bestow. Measures are pending embodying this sound policy to which we may well adhere. It is easily possible to make available permanent homes which will provide, in turn, for prosperous American families, without injurious competition with established activities, or imposition on wealth already ac quired. These words from the presi dent in his message of December () can not be construed in any other manner than a complete and unqualified endorsement of the land settlement features of this bill. The plan for the es tablishment of "veteran settle ment projects for the reciama tion of Jands by irrigation, drain age, or other manner or method." literally and specifically carries out the recommendation thus made by the executive, and his advice should be heeded by those who are so prompt to quote him on other occasions and for other I purposes. There are gentlemen who re fer with approval to the result of the referendum taken by the chamber of commerce of the Un ited States which disclosed that over two thirds of the votes cast were against bonus legislation, whether paid in cash immediate ly or with payment deferred through the use of certificates, but they are careful to tell but half the truth. At that same referendum, which was complet ed on February 21, the following question was submitted to the business organization of every The following prominent Amer icans and Mexicans are on board the Mexican-American excursion train which left Nogales last Wednesday 'afternoon, for the west coast of Mexico: E. Power Conwav, Warren Bros., Phoenix; Ray Jordon, Puoenix; Royal Lescher, Phoe nix Chamber of Commerce; M. I. Powers, Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, Frank L.Wood, Har ley Davidson Motor Co. Lios An geles; James L. McGhee, Motion Picture Ind. Los Angeles; W. A. Betchel contractor, San Fran cisco; J. Betchel, Sau Francisco; J. Shandeling, Merchants Trust company and Uhamber of Com merce, San Francisco; B. A. Packard, First National Bank, Douglas; Teofilo Otero, Tucson; J. K box Corbett, Tucson; Cbas. C. Harris, National Fire Insur acce Co., San Francisco; L. S. Koenig, International Harvester Co., Eos Angeles; J. E. Darby, Bishop i!t Co., Los Angeles; B. A. Seitz, El Tigre Mine, Doug las; O. Parker Holt, Holt Mfg. Co. and Chamber of Commerce, Stockton; F. A. Kerr, banker, El Paso; C. A. Gordon, Los An geles: Manuel Escalada, Escal ada Bros., Nogales; C. Mignar dot, Sonora Bank & Trust Co., Nogales; .7. A. Harrison, Noga les; E K. Gumming, Nogales; Nogales National Bank, Nogales; Sam Friedman, Nogales; E. A. Titcomb, Boy vfc Titcomb, No gales; Col. A. MacNab, Nogales; J. C. Barnes, Nogales; Frank D. Wilkey, Nogales; Guy Griffen. Bowman Hotel, Nogales; Dr. A. L. Gustetter, train manager, Ne gates; J. B. Bristol, train secre tary, Nogales; W. T. Haley, No gales Democrat; Craig Pottinger, Nogales Herald: J. N. Karam, M. Karam and Sons, Nogales; Julio Fina, assistant train man ager, Nogales, Sonora, and the following delegates to the annual convention of the Confederated Chambers cf Commerce of Mex ico, now in session in Nogales, Sonora: Angel S. Lagarda, Mex ico Gitj ; Jesus L. Falomir, Chi huahua City; T. J. Cuellar, C. Juarez; Dr. D. Rodaite, C. Jua rt z: Ixnucio Roderte, V,. .' ::)? "', The Service Is Yours A7HILE the plant of The Telephone v Company belongs to the stock holders, the Service belongs to the public ; and it is under the control of the public to a much larger extent than it could pos sibly be controlled by the Company inde pendently of the public. As a matter of fact, the telephone or ganization is simply an agency through which a community serves itself. If this agency is hampered by unreasonable legislation, restrictions or requirements, or by inadequate revenues, or by unjust burdens of taxation, the ability of the agency to properly function is impaired if not wholly destroyed. Because of the requirements of the pub lic for efficient and abundant telephone service, the public has a very vital interest in the financial health and general well being of the Company. With your whole-hearted moral and financial support the Company can con tinue to give you the quality and quantity of service you require. We Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Go. A. J. Lagarda, C. Juarez; C. L. Arguellas. C. Juarez; G. Zira goza, Guaymas; Angel Murillo, Guaymas; Alberto Cubiilas, Jr., Guaymas; Eugenio Rodriguez, Herrnosillo; G. V. Monteverdc, Hermosillo; B R. Astragaran, Herrnosillo; J. P. Mazoo. Ber mosillo; Prof. Elias Gomez, Pie dras Negras; Miguel Herrejoo, Morelia; Joaquin Cueto, Morelia; Jenaro de Rosen weig, Toluca; A. Gutierrez Salazar, Toluca; Augustine Martinez, Toluca; E. Rousset, secretary, Nogales, So nora Chamber of Commerce; F. J. B. Gonzalez, Nogales, Sonora; J. E. Anchoudo, Guadalajara, and A. Cubillas, Jr., Nogales, Sonora. DEMOCRATS CONFERENCfc. be elected, etc., has been mailed to the county chairman for dis tribution. Reduced railroad rates will be in effect for those attending the conference at Tucson. M. H. McCALLA, Chairman, Democratic State Central Committee. COUNTY REDISTRICTED. At the session of the Board of Supervisors held last Monday, which was attended by Chairman Finley and Members Noon and Ashburn, the county was redis tricted and a number of changes were made. In district No. 1 which in cludes Nogales, precinct No. 1 was cut down and in the future the district will follow the boun- Election of Delegates Will Be Held daiics of the Nogales School Tuesday, May 2nd. i district. The remainder of the i riistrict was transferred back to I Calabasas precinct and will be i included in district No. 2 which is composed of the following j precincts: Calabasas, Montana , Camp, Tubac, Sopoii, Salero, I and Patagonia. District No. o will include, So uoita, Elgin, Vaughn, Saa Ra fael, Locbiel, Washington Camp, Mowry and Harshaw. A portion of the Patagonia precinct was transfer! ed to the Harshaw precinct and will be included iu district No. '. The extreme noithern end of the Patagonia distiict was tran sferred to the Sonoita precinct and is included in district No. 3. To County Chairmen, Precinct Committeemen, and Democrats Generally : Pursuant to a resolution unan imously adopted by the Demo cratic State Central Committee in Convention Assembled, at j Phoenix, Arizona, on the 10th I day of January, 1923, a call is hereby issued for an election to ! be held on the 2nd day of May, 1022, for the purpose of electing delegates to a county conference to be held on the 9th day of ! May, 1922, at a place to be de ' signated by the chairman of the County Central Committee, said county conference to be he'd for the sole purpose of electing de legates to a state conference to be held on the 15th day of May, ' 1922, for the purpose of recom- j mending and indorsing caiidi ! dates for the nomination for state otlices on the Democratic i ticket to be voted at the primary election to be held on September 12. 1922. Under the authority vested iu j the chairman of the Democratic ; State Central Committee by said resolution have designated and j fixed the city of Tucson, Arizona, as the place at which the state conference shall be held on the 15th day of May, 192 J. A statement setting forth the essential details of the plan sug gested by the resolution adopt ed, Lha number ot delegates to NOTICE TO VOTERS. Voters of Nogales, Arizona, are hereby notified that registra tion for the city election on May 22nd, 1922, is now open at the office of the city clerk- at the city hall, Nogales, Arizona, and will coutinue open until May 11, 1922, from 9 a. m . to f p. m. Under the law. Qfty days are allowed voters to register for the city election. Persons not registered within the lime pre scribed, will not be permitted to vote. I tf Oatman Diamond drills being used extensively with good re sults. lvojHrt many rich discoveries.