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premier of japan
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Conflict With This Country
"Unthinkable," He Tells
5,000 Supporters.
TOKIO, November 14 tby the Associated
Press).?Premier Hara, addressing
5,000 of his supporters at Maebashi
today, said that no question had been
more keenly watched than the antiJapanese
legislation in California, lie
declared it would be regrettable if the
question affected the good relations of
Japan and the United States, but that
a conflict was unthinkable.
Intelligent people in both countries
value each other's friendship too mut h
lor tnat. tn? premier asserted, anil the
United States never yet had disregarded
Japan's rights and interests no matter
what questions arose between the
two countries.
A friendly solution of the problem
is possible, he said, asserting the belief
that a majority of Americans did
not indorse California's recent action.
The premier expressed confidence that
the Washington negotiations would result
in a satisfactory settlement.
Ueales Fortifying Islands.
TOKJO, November 13.?Capt. Nomura,
aid to the minister of the navy, speaking
in the name of the minister today,
said every report that Japan was fortifying
or planning to fortify and establish
bases in the mandated Pacific
Islands is wholly and completely false,
according to tiie Kokusai agency.
Japan, he declared, is living up strictly
to every mandate under the terms of
the league of nations covenant.
URGES A GERMAN DOLLAR.
Berlin Official Advocates New
Standard as Trade Basis.
- BKItbJX, November 13 (by the Associated
Press).?Adoption of the dollar
or pound sterling as a trade basis
was urged by L>r. Trendelenburg, national
controller of exports and imports,
in an address before a convention
of German export trade interests
today.
The controller gave it as his belief
that a system of invoicing on the
basis of American or English exchange
would contribute toward stabilizing
German foreign trade.
Herr Druoh. member of the relchstag
for Hamburg, proposed the adoption
oi a Roiti napis iu ne use? mmurniiy
ill calculating export prices. Thus,
lie explained, the influence of mark
fluctuations on exports would be
eliminated.
Other speakers suggested the employment
of special trade envoys
abroad, who would correctly inform
the home Interests on the individual
requirements of foreign markets, and
thus overcome the present distrust in
German price quotations which results
from the prevailing instability of
German exchange.
DEPUTIES NEAR BLOWS
IN ITALIAN CHAMBER
Land Speculation Charges Cause
Violent Scenes?One Must
Besign.
ROME, November 12.?Violent scenes
occurred in the chamber of deputies
today when the reform socialist
Brago. deputy from Palermo, accused
the maximalist Vincenzo Vacirca.
deputy from Dologna. but a native of
Sicily, of having speculated in land,
which Deputy Prago accused Vacirca
of having sold to peasants at a profit
of 70.000 lire.
Several times the two deputies
were restrained from coming to blows
by friends. On the suggestion of j
Deputy Modigliani, socialist, the presi- I
dent of the chamber appointed a com- >
mission to ascertain whether Deputy J
Drago's accusation is true. If the j
charge is proved Deputy Vacirca i
must resign; in case it is false Deputy '
Drago must submit his resignation. J
RESUME PACIFIC LIMITED.!
Fast Traiu to Bun Again Between
Chicago and Frisco.
CHICAGO. November 15.?Announcement
of what was paid to be the fast?Rt
transcontinental railroad service
ihst rioted in America is made here
by the Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
I'aul railroad, which will resume its
"Pacific Limited" between Chicago
and San Francisco tomorrow. Connecting
wilh the twenty-hour trains
from New York, a passenger can
journey across the continent in 02
hours 45 minutes, including an hour's
lay-over in Chicago.
The Twentieth Century Limited,
leaving New York at 2:45 p.m., arrives
in Chicago at 0:45 the n< xt j
morning. The Pacific Limited will
depart, beginning tomorrow, tit 10:45
o'clock, arriving in San Francisco at |
8:30 a.m. the third day. I
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WELD1T CO. Linen. 2563
51? M. J. Ave. M.W.
Bad Colds
WET, stormy weather, exposure,
sniffles, and the
heavy cold is on. Dr. King's New
Discovery breaks it up quickly
and pleasantly. Head cleaned
up, cough relieved and you feel
' better. At your druggists, 60c I
and $1.20 a bottle.
Far coldsandcoughs i
DrKing's
New Discovery
Bowels Begging for Help?
Dr. King's Fills will bring von the
happiness of regular, normal bowcl3
and liver functioning. Keep feelir ;
fit and ready for work or play. Mil J
and comfortable to take but alwa; reliable.
Same old price, 25 cents.
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Mummies Found j
Under Old Temple
Ills, November 15 Thousands
of mumJfled bodies of tbe
acred ibis bare been fooad by
the French savant, M. I .a can, i
in the OadenCToand necropolis
under the famous ruined temple
at Deir Mcdlneh, Karypt.
Kach bird wns In an elaborately
decorated vase of earthenware
embedded In a sort of
I cardboard formed by a eouKlomerailon
of papyri, which
totaled hundreds of thousands
of written documents.
M. Ijteau sold the llad was
one of the most important of
the late discoveries In IOU7Ptoloary
Tbe work of deelphreins
the documents will take
year*.
"It la the wastcpsper basket
of ancient Ksjpt," said one of i
those churned with the work.
Men
Who Are
Below Par
Need the body, blood, nerve
and tissue building elements of
a fr. _ Because it contains
Cod Liver
V J. Extractives,
Peptonate of
Iron, Beef Peptone, Glycerophosphates
and NuxVomica?theoldest
and most successful body building
and strength creating ingredients
known to medicine.
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Seeded Raisins, lb
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. . . .32c Howard's Salad Dressing. . . .32c I
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lb.. . 60c Vernon Peel, lb , . . . . 40c i
.... 17c Orange Peel, lb 40c
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