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-WASHINGTON. Not. 13 (AP)
-Qn the heels of President Cool
l&gVS declaration that this cou ti
tty seeds additional cruisers, tho
mars- today made public a re-state
snansMrt Its policy to maintain a
Vntted States naral fleet second
to neae in the world.
The policy has been revised in
bam? details fbr the first time
&incn the Washington Arms Con
ference in 1923. Secretary Wilbur
aawtted that the revision was on
ly -with respect to the elimination
t efesolete projects and the ex.
pejWton of the aviation branch of
"The fundamental naval policy
t the United States." the general
heart of the navy states In making
tnittc the policy, "is that its navyj
aaenid be maintained in sumctem
ttxength to support United States
ftettetes and commerce, and to
juacd its continental and overseas
tt was pointed out that the nav
al eelicy necessarily must conform
wttn treaties limiting naval arnia
SMat The board, however, said
tfen building and maintenance pol
taty Is "to build and maintain an
ettteient, well balanced fleet in all
causes of fighting ships In accord
ance with the capital ship ratiot;
an4 to preserve these ratios by
Hitting replacement ships and by
ddsgeslng of otd ships In accord
ant with continuing program; to
tnne superiority or armament In
their class and end In view of the
designs of all fighting ships, and
to frovide for great radius of ac
tio In all classes of fighting
QUIETUS PUT UPON
I'JIIE FRENCH Off
ORADOUR - S U R - VAYRES,
rtnace.Nov. 13. (AP) This lit
tle "city of Silcen" is finding its
voice and nearly every one of its
4?S Inhabitants is likely to appear
ha court In a gigantic law suit.
Palsied tongues are wagging
again, voicing indignation at the
strange poison epidemics that it
ace was feared would still the
tnn populace however.
The epidemic first made its ap
eaxance in August, when a malady
which Yonld not be diagnosed af
fected tongues, first a few, than
ef saany, until a deathly hnsh set
tled bn the town. Doctors from
nearby Limoges had patients in
early every house and In some
et the streets.
Scientific investigators with
tee tubes and retorts solved part
et the mystery when they made an
analysis of the bread, water and
wine. They found that it contain.
d arsenic. It had been purchased
torn a merchant In the town, and
An poison had paralyzed the
leagues of the villagers and caus
ed severe fevers, which the doc
tor had not been able to abate.
Uow the drug got In the wine
barrels Is still unrevealed. al
though an examining magistrate
traced the supply to one wholesal
es and to four vineyards where
the wine had been made. The wine
saerchant In Orodour appears to
have been exonerated, but suits
against the responsible person are
being prepared on the assumption
thai sooner r later the author
ities, who are starting the investi
gation all over again, will solve
the- mystery of how It happened.
SAN JUAN, P. R
IAP) The courts
h called on to determine which
ml : the two political parties in
Forto Rico won control of the ls
nntiB&V Both the Aliansa which has
land's legislature In last Tuesday's
nana" and socialists, claim the vlc
nnVoaist party four years ago and
inn coalition of "pure republh-
enan" and sclaliets, claim the vic
The supervisor of elections to-
tail declined to bring the official
tabulation of returns from 1,440
nseclncts until Attorney-General
Karly gives an opinion regarding
ins marking on hundreds of pro
tested ballots. .Most of these dls-
snted votes were marked by coal-
ttfsalsts, there being two emblems
nt the top of that party's ballot.
Many of the voters placed a cross
under each emblem.
Officials of the Aliansa party
ehUm that these ballots sre void
bncause of the double markings.
Should they finally be admitted
an the of ficial . tabulation, tt Is
- Mobable the coalitionists would
tnn trel both houses ot the legls-
Some well known student of the
nvman mind has, remarked. thai
evessive tidiness Is a form of in
annity. In that case most people
aground a newspaper office are ira-
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that had been conducted by this pioneer merchant for many years is to be terminated but liabiities regardless
of curcumstances cannot be ignored, whereby an administrator was duly appointed by the court to force an im
mediate cash! liquidation.
We wfll give FREE t
each customer 10 lbs.
of Pore Can Sugar
with each purchase of
$5.00 or oyer.
LIMIT 10 LBS. TO
COME TO THE ARMY & NAVY GOODS STORE
Sale Extends Crom Wednesday to Monday, Nov.
I nrSLra I I Gt$r It I CIGARETTES II BED SHEETS II ' ' 1gSSL I
SHIOES i 1 -- SL-zx,rzz ssrs
nvuuwuinv d Water PaOs f at. each inmou rioralielm' bmnd
While thev last ' - ! -n - - - of the high pads custom
vrnue uiey lasi Cj 7 - C Cj 7 7 footwear. All latest stylos,
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t . . - hi . ,
01K 500"wooI Worsted MEN'S FINE (DH(5eAIIvlS
WOOL SHIRTS cwfIvSr Men's$i.so DRESS HATS (1 ln Bh.'
Doable elbows, lined bosom. IjIw R I b b o ni SanUellas and
I $us 111 11 N 111 $L95 IHtia? I
60c and 75c Children's Stockings
$1.00 Silk Neckwear
9c $1.50 Union Made Painters Overalls
...29c Extra Heavy Union Made Carpenters Overalls
OVERALLS Boss of The Road Brand.
Boss of The Road Brand OVERALL JUMPER.
Beaverized collar 5b0.yi3 j Heavy Random wool union safe . tfT QP blankct 1Ined .X
$5.00 Black Bear Waterproof Pants Qpr . $4.00 valae '. tD JLe7tJ ;
WMeguantity lasts ?2 $5.00 and $6.00 all wool Union Suits, (P4 QP 50 HorseWde Leather" Ckwta, M-&0 QP
$6.00 BlackBear Waterproof Coats &C AP hil6 quajiity w, ' L..JbnieV70 blanket lined ' th.O.UD
While quantity lasts tPnlte7eJ ! i : : - - -
$3.00 SLICKER. 4 ' Q1 VlQ Men'8 SUk and Wool Union Suits, " r-
COATS tr.r. v AeTcl $4.00 value, whfle quantity lasts. tPXeafJ $20.00 Genuine Horsehide Leather Coats, S2 inches
SarLICKER 98C Genuine Army Wool Underwear, OKa If?' -c; 4Pocketa 1 d
PANTS . Q while quantity lasts ' VO C Wt afl arpund-SPECIAL. l VLHt.VD
Boys and Girls Resr. 75c
$4.50 Muleskin or Cor-
1 . Pants ;v
We carry a complete Bnc luaranteed waterproof raincloths indadinr rach brands as Boss of the Road 1003 Hirsch Weis, Filson and Black Bear GUARANTEED WATERPROOF outinjf
Ladies' Rayon Hose
Li&rht shades QQ
Regular $1.00 vaTue. Oe7 C
$6 Blue Wool Fancy
C. P- 0. SHIRTS
M.00 wool .
$6.00 all wool
Double Urge 'ske plaid
Can't Bust 'Em
$5 value ... .
$2.00 Flannel Paja
mas, and Night Shirts!
Special - - 1
Men's 20c Dress
lien's Army 0. D. Slipover
Sweaters, while quantity lasts
Values to $8.00
MEN'S WOOL SWEATER COATS
Heather shades, values
to $6.00 .
MEN'S $4.00 DRESS
Values to $8.00
$1.50 MEN'S KHAKI
$6.00 GENUINE LEATHER (gO QCT
CORDOVAN PUTTEES tDO.VD
COATS L .
At per bar !
$8 Heavy all wool
$1.00 Universal Vacuum
Lunch Kits, eompkU Q-f -
with Universal bctUealnlil
Moleskin and Corduroy and Whipcord
Breeches, while quantity t?0 A ET
. n. aV nVW.w-r
& T: Doors
FREE! TEf J )UNDS CANE SUGAR FREE! THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY- FREE! TEN POUNDS CANE SUGAR h FREE?-