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   Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Fort Worth, Texas                                V 6 V I r TEN FORT WORTH STARTELEGRAM JANUARY 1 PW StP AND the that Tho Toxfus Daily Vross inct in Worth morn to cILscusH business president of the league and publisher of Iho Pnn ton presided over Iho voru In nnd which worn hold at Jibe Chumbor of r Tho two HstMisurMl Ml llio morning HOSHIOII tlio ibor Situation and paper supply iml Tho first dtHcussimi was hnl Palmer nf iho Trxai StutOH nrul Bother by Allison of tho Fort Worth pificutfHions of tho labor i ttoii brought nut the fa PL prlntern aro imifh more plentiful now than a fcw months iirpod that thovc pub llHhcrs Who am LSO jub printers fit and firm against any demand for a reduction of tho working day nnd affainfit waifo It was agreed that tho cost of Hv inff haa mifosUnitially Increased and that there is no oncasion for Increased waifus and printing Premium for One publisher declared that ho had always insisted on a com paratively law wnfcro in or der that he might pay L premium to his employpH in accordance with their Ho said that he believed practically all his men woro well pleased and would tuku no radical Several reporlnd that thoy had helped to nolvo tho labor iJroblom by assisting thoir mon to jiur chaso hornet and thus become identified with tho local com DonnoII of tho Wichita FallH TimoH spoke at some length of negotiations whirh have boon in progress In that city which havo not yot been Allison in discuHflinff tho paper Hituatinn expressed view the importation of pnpor from Norway and Sweden had Teen a largo factor in hreztkinjf tho spot paper He thought that prices should continue to Io believing it not unlikely that it might bu quoted aw low IIH or conLs u pound by tho end of the yearAllison advised publishers to establish buying re lations with reliable Sam publisher of the Richardson and secretary of tlio Texas told of in buying flat paper for tho members of tho of flat paper Net tho full benefit of the foreign he ow ing to fact that no flat paper my of Rotary At noon those in attendance taken in automobiles to tho printingplant of the Ht afford Xiowdon as guests of tho Club and of tho com pany at Subjects on tho afternoon pro gram included Advertising prob led by ILowry orsJ cana circulation Abilene advantfigofT of incmberHhlp in tho Texas Daily Press Dun ton and addresses by Robert Now on the Ohio Select Ust South western Advertising Dal las and 1Ycd Associated Press corroHpondent at Other round table speukers worn Goorgo lironhnm DoniHon Hairy Ter rell OatlS Cleburne Mineral Wolln K and Among those in attendance were o following tho Dunton CW Toxurkausi Mineral Wells H Hlllsboro Uobirl Now York Brownwood R U AVolln Mar Minoral WoUa IX WichtU Wichita Falls Corsicana Abilene Houston Kan An golo Snm Iticliardson Assuulaled Dal NORTH SIDE GLEE CLUB SHOW TONIGHT VBhc Hoyn and llrls Clpo Club of North thu direction of Charles niuaksal 11 rector of North SlUu iUgh find Sonlor will prlvo an ontor talnmimt at the NorthSide lllffh School at Tho pro coedH will he fnr Tho the annual publication of thu Sen ior Tho iiroKiani will indtido a min Btrcl ahow Kivtn hy thlrly stu Now und jokes will bo MniluT will be Kivon hy nix linyn and will nuld at thu ou tran MORELAND BIGAMY CASE POSTPONED LEAGUE MEETING MILLER LOWRY RECEIVERSHIP JAPS PI TO RECTIFY D OF OFFICER ADMITTED TO ASSOCIATION certain propcr fund HARRY GEORGE GREER RADIO CLUB WILL MEET AT CHURCH Tonights moot Jug1 of tho Fort Worth Karlio Club will bo on the third flonr of tho First JJaptlwt Church insload of iho Tompio JIH incorrectly announced Thn petition of the Vulcan Oil that u receiver ho appointed for tleH and for jointly operated hy the Texas Pa Coal apd Oil Company and the Vulvtui Company will be hoard boforo Judge Wilson tn the Fed eral District Court this Tho properties In qucHtion are arrow of land In Stephens and KaHtland According to une of the attor neys representing tho Vulcan tho plaintiff formed a contract with the Texas Pacific in to develop tho The J represents money paid by the Vulcan to tho Pa cific and which it agreed to hold for the further development of tho In the Texas Pacific Company filed a suit demanding an accounting to which the Vul can replied in December with the present Maloney of New Odell fe Al len and former Attorney General of tho United aro the lawyers for the Vulcan Oil Ox ami John Han assistant represent the Pacific Coal and Oil Nearly onehalf of tho original forests of the United States re main There are cases of divorce caused by desertion make at the fly International Actn Japanese government ia concerned over the killing of Lieut IL by a Japanese sentry at Fladl and In anxious to do everything possible to it was learned State Department The note of protest sent by the United Htates to Japan through tho American representative at Tokio cites tho facts in the kill ing and asks that adequate bo takon to rectify the wrong and prevent a Tna note makes no specific mention of but it Is understood that tho only inter pretation of tho request that Ja pan rectify the wrong Is that indemnity bo paid to By the note chal lenges the right of Japanese sen tries to challenge American of clcrs on duty in Vladivostok or Rockefellers total public gifts aro estimated at Texas Christian University has been admitted to membership in the Association of American Col which recently mot in New according to announcement Friday by presi who has returned from at tending tho According to the rap id development of tho Fort Worth institution during the past few years was responsible for its ad mittance to tho Walts also attended a moot ing of tho Council Church Boards of Education and tho As Colleges of the Church of Christ while BROKERS PROTEST TAX ON BOND SALES resentatives of tho stock ex changes of the country appeared before tho Senate Finance Com mittee yesterday to protest against the provision in the sol diers bonus bill as passed by the House imposing a tax on sales of stock and Th0 tax provided by the bill amounts to two cents on or fraction thereof of Iho selling It was contended by the witnesses that the tax would in terfere with tho stock and bond A number of witnesses also opposed the tax on real estate transfers in the bonus Carneglo left 13 ROLLS LOST ON JANUARY 13 13 ended with the Whltley Paint 215 Main minus thirteen rolls of rubber roof according to a complaint mado at the city detective bureau Tho rolls wero stolon Thursday night from an unfinished house near ResinqJ keens a mans skin fit keep No mutter how efficient a man may if bo lins on ugly skin cjuptioa he is bound to create nn unfawablo tVhy run this risk Vbcu Kcalnol Ointment nnd Resinol Soap clear nwny cczomn nnd similar bu wors so easily This gentle treat ment hns been prescribed by phy sicians for years to licixl sklu trou bles nnd it rarely Koslnol SJiavlnff Stick mnUcs clnlly Bhnve n Ask for ho Resinol MOTHER ALL OVER THE WORL Childs Laxative OATHS POCLE ofFigs II We never have special all goods we sell are sold at a small profit at all We can sell for less be cause we give no no delivery You rej ceive the benefit in low prices every We offe you large assortment of highgrade and gi you benefit of all Look for the sign Pig Wiggly on the SAM Accept California Syrup of for tho Cal ifornia on tho then you aro euro your child is having the and most harmless physic for tho llvor and Children lovo its fruiy Full dlrnctions on each You muftt Hay Califor 2 Domino Domino Pure Cane 2 Swift Premium Lard 5 Swift Premium 10 Swift Premium Lard 2 Jewel 4 Jewel 8 Jewel Wesson Wesson quarts small Hersheys 15 Hersheys Va Hersheys 1 Large Post Small Post 4 J t t 64 Bt Armours Star carto Salt Ib Armours Star Armours Star AmericanCream Brick Bluehill Pimento lue Rose Full Head 1 Comet 2 Comet Evaporated Evaporated large extra 1 Mistletoe 19c AS AN ORGANIZATION with a Shredded Wheat Grape Small Quaker Oats Large Quaker Puffed Wheat Puffed Rice TO THE HERBERT Chairman For the worthy relief of Cream of Wheat Quaker Hominy Quaker white and yellow Small Navy Ib Large Ib Colorado Pinto Ib Pink Ib 2 Standard Tomatoes 1 Sunlit Tomato Sauce 2 Early June Sifted Peas 2 Standard Corn 1 Metzgers 16 Nucoanut 16 Gem Nut 1 Chum Chum Heron Pink Libbys Potted Libbys Vienna Libbys Veal Libbys Deviled Underwoods Devil Underwoods Devil 12 Prices 1 Calumet Calumet 5 10 Calumet 3 ren IN EASTERN EUROPE Every officer and employe of the Majestic Theater and the Interstate Amusement Company Gen eral Offices have come forward as TRUE patriots and given handsomely to the relief of the millions of starving children in TEN DOLLARS WILL SAVE A CHILDS LIFE A mtinbiis ol the Jury for Iho wttk vtTu Inisy In utlicr thu ijCira Muroland caae did not yo liKil lriday in this Criminal UintrUa Thu cast1 wan pOHtponud Hn contly JMornlauil wast triril and a hung Jury The Is lillfKciJ to have marrlou0wBn nicm bcr of Jirn Uti svlthout hiivinK been di vorced from hor Loo MorolandMoruland Uitor wua given a 5yuar for AND THIS IS THE HONOR ROLL INT MUSE V A TPlP1 TATE MAJESTIC THEATER Denton Real Estato iloitl fillit htro tibowi thu trans fer by wiiiu fortytwu and nnohalf aureK land in tho Jitauinont sltuatucl a mllti and a half uorthweHt of thu county court for of KARL Azby Choutoa General Manager Publicity Director Jcanctto and Dorothy Stenographers Auditor Daniel Bookkeeper Ray Outdoor Advertising Office Assistant or KICK Joe OfKKATOIt FKONT Hen Muinlc Siiruli n Ar iiofr Attolnli ART DEPARTMENT Margaret Grace Staples ItSIIKKS An Airl JOMHO Mont Kthvunl Hurry MAIDS ANI Wttlluio IM 2 Renown String Beans 2 Renown Sweet Maine 0 Van Camp Pork and 1 Van Camp Pork and 2 Van Camp Pork and eechnut Pork and Beans Campbells Pork and Beans Campbells Soups Red Karo Syrup Blue Karo Syrup Mary Jane Syrup Red Karo Syrup 5 Red Karo Syrup 10 Red Karo Syrup IVa King Komus Syrup 20C Palmolive Soap Fairy Soap Large Lava Sweetheart Soap Small Star White Naptha Crystal White Soap Small Ivory Soap Large Ivory Soap 1 MaxwellHouse 3 Maxwell 1 Wapco 3 Wapco 1 White Swan 3 White Swan Worth 1 Sunbeam 3 Sunbeam 3 Royalls Sheppards Apple Excello Lemon and Vanilla Devil Northern Tissue Toilet largi We Sell SKIN STORE STORE NORTH Best Colorado White Porto Rico 6 Bewleys sack Bewleys sack Bewleys 8 13 sack Purina 0 Van Camp Pork and 1 Van Camp Pork and 2 Van Camp Pork and Be The Hightrt Cracks Macaroni Spaghetti n other Macaroni Product STORE HEMIJ STORE AVE   

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