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Till; AK1Z0NA PEPUBL1CAN, WEDNESDAY MORX1XU. JANUARY 23, 1913
PAGE THREE 1 fit. ' iUSTRUH lEH IS AfyXlGUS FDR PEACE SAYS 11 SEYDLER I Republican A. P. Leased Wire VIK.W'A. Sunday. .Ian. 20. via Am-forcl.-ini to London. Jan. 21.) "It is his majesty's wish lo end the war at the 'M!:tt. moment possible by an honor Able fjpjirc In pursuance of his desire Hii.i mi Hie principles it repeatedly has nnoun'-ed. the, government of the dual ti'onarihy has done everything in its power, and will continue to do every thing possible, to bring about most t.peedily ii general peace. If for the present, however, only a sepm-iite peact v ith fjis.'ia in pr.H't ,ra hie. Hie respon sibility rests solely with the entente pnwers. which hae receded repeatedly :ur pea' offers." These Mi -iking sialeinents were made I' day by I r. mi Seydler, the Austrian imr minister, in ilie course of a - -ec. h at an important conference be I i.e. i the pivcrnrneiil and labor lead i'is mi i lie miins'cr's room in parlia ment ).e;se. A f t -i- a n nou nc'mg that the present ' ' r i 1 . ; . ; tin;.' (iirnamled harmony in l ilnr i iriis and a clear and sincere i!ii;i sHin t.f all problems, the premier tnaue Ins a nnoii nceinent on peace. Aft erward lie proceeded to disavow any alms at conquest and declared the gov ernment continued its aiMierence to the belief that international agreement re t inline: disarmament and arbitration court couiil form a suitable basis or a t,-e:ii-i;il p-are. The pr inicr insisted that, as far as Ati'tria .as concerned, the negotia tions wii'i Russia, should not be ship "kfil on projects of territorial ac Muisition. The government, he added, regarded I'oUmd as an independent state v.it'.i independent relations with i in' monarchy, "although, of course." I"- continued. "He shall preserve the constitutional influence of the legis lative bodies of both states of the mora i'cl;y in this settlement." "it is 1 1 if -ret ore far from our inten tion to dictate -to 4'oland regarding her relationship veitli us' said the premier. PUBLISHERS BOUND TO FEDERAL COURT Republican A. P. Leased Wire AKKKDKlvN. S. L.; Jan. 21. F. G. Sailctt, proprietor' of Dakota Freie I 'ri-ssc and Neu Deutsche Presse, and I. I'. I'aul iross,. editor, were hound over by a. I'niUMl -States commissioner today to t he . next .. .term of the federal iu i.t i.mrt. in. May, on charges of I i:iu-' to file tra;kdalions of two ar t.'ii's published, in. .the Neu Deutsche J'rissi' 4-f January 11. Bond fixed at $"."'ja was not. obtained. . Kecoius found-. by .federal officials in their search of the Freie JPresne office showed large sums of money sent to a New York foreign exchange for money l-rokf rs known as K., X. and K., and JH.OOti sent direct, payable to the Uer n an iniorrial ambassador, the returned vouilaus bearing Count von Kern storffs in rsnnal ( signature. The of ficers say they have evidence showing: tiiat upwards of ?.0.O00 was collected by the Sa 1 let t publications and sent to iernian at'en'cies. Hro-'s is nrtt a'cili.en of the United S'.t's. Sallett ba.s been a naturalized ciiizen for mti ny yerirs". Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. The Cali fornia state medical practice aet jjro virtinz for licensing and regulating person; engaped in healing the sick was Monday declared constitutional by the supreme court. The opinion was returned in the case appetilci to the supreme court by two memlvers of a California religious liect which contended that the law was dis criminatory against those who practice,-! by prayer. No opinion was Riven in the suit involving the validity of the California state optometry law. IIIINTS If That the rudiments of mineralogy can be taught in three days will be demonstrated at the Phoenix high school auditorium, beginning Janu ary, til. when George H. I'ansett, rock analyst of the state bureau of mines, will give a series of lectures. The method is simple, it is said, .".ml while proficiency must necessar ily come only -with practice, the fun damental work may be seen, tried and learned in this remarkably short time, it is declared. No knowledge of chemistry' nor expensive equipment Is required. The prospector is taught to make ahout a doxen simple tests. A special text is provided which gives in tab ulated form these tests, the phenom ena to he noted and lists of the min erals answering to these various phenomena. After the tests are all made, there will lie found to be probably only one mineral whiah answers to ail the tests and appears In all lists. Then by re ferring to that mineral in another part of the text the observations can be verified. It is seldom that a test will take over fifteen minutes and the outfit nerely consists of a blowpipe, a (sndle. a piece of charcoal, a piece of platinum wire, and a few fluxes which may be obtained at the gro cery or drug store. The work is interesting and the pupil will be taught by doing it and by seeing it done. Moving pictures w ill occupy a part of he evening. The text which is sold for the exact cost of printing is put dut as bulletin 41, Mineralogy of Useful Minerals of Arizona, and can be ob tained in advance by sending fifteen rents to Charles F. Willis, Director, Stare Bureau of Mines, Tucson, Ari SGHOOLWORKGETS IE OF EXPERT i! , What ha been proven to hp one of the best executively governed CORSET SPECIAL A number of "R. & G.," "Lady Ruth" and "Warner's'' corsets; discontinued num- bers. files from 18 to 30, values to $1.73 vOf CointMies weiiesday, 2jm CORSET SPECIAL Discontinued numbers of $3.00 and $3.50 grades "R. & G.," -Lady Ruth," "Warner's." 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Made of fine white fleecy wool, full 72x84 inch, size, luxurious comiort at a small cost, $3 QQ IHttlCj 11V " BRIGHTON NIGHT GOWNS The widest .known, best made night gowns, made of extra heavy weight Amoskeag white outing flannels, cut extra large, long and full, all sizes, ex tra special val- OQ ue only DOU BRIGHTON PAJAMAS Perfectly tailored, made to fit of extreme comfort and service. Made from best quality Amoskeag outing flannels and Daisy cloth, white and colocs. All sizes. Special at 10 or TlTsf! F1MAL CLEA SALE S UP For The Family- choice of our entire stock at It Choosing from men's high grade "Elorsheim" or "Doug las Shoes," "Red Cross," "C. P. Ford," and "Irving-Drew Shoes" for women; "Billiken" and "Johnson, Bailie Shoes' for misses and children. Xo reserve, all now .at a saving of ten per cent. 53 BUNGALOW APRONS The greatest value of the season bungalow aprons made from checked gingham and light colored QQp pen-ales, only N. Diamond &Bro. Phoenix- Arizona- 2oi l209 East Washinglon St. THE POPULAR SHOPPING CENTER era EXTRA SPECIAL Hand knit, Shetland sweater in fancy sport warm and stvlish. $7. values, now , wuoi middy olors. Dainty, 0 $4.90 school districts In the valley is that of the Alma school near Mesa, the teacher of which is A. M. Davis, who is in charge of the business of the district. Mr. Davis has taken a great Interest in the general educational work of the county. He has repeat edly made the statement that there should be some system whereby pro vision should be made for regular an nual or semi-annual audits of the business handled In each school dis trict. Mr. Davis, In a recent comple tion of the audit of his district, showed a. saving of a sum in excess of 11,000 "that was made possible by the work of the auditor. The auditor in commenting upon the work of Mr. Davis issued the following signed statement: September 19, 1S1T. Board of . Trustees, Alma School. District Xo. IS, Mesa, Arizona. Gentlemen: The within 23 pages cover my find ings in the accounts and records of School District Xo. 19. In handing you this report 1 take great pleasure in- commenting upon the work of Mr. Davis, and particu larly so- with -that part concerning the finances of the district. In the accounts of. -Mr. Davis I find out very few errors, and these so minor that it does not change the results to exceed a couple. of dollars. It is a delight to notice the pains Mr. Davis has taken to properly re cord the Transactions, and while as you will note from pages 16 to 21 inclusive 1 have made a few changes in the distribution of the various charges, still you will also note, that each and every change was a change in which Mr. Davis's record in ef ficiency was bettered instead of de preciated. In other words, when the proper accounting for Items were in doubt. Mr. Davis made the charges to expenses of operation, which would naturally increase the cost of education per pupil, and so reflect upon his ability. I think the showing of Mr. Davis, in which he has educated the children of the Alma schools at an average cost of 37.03 per pupil for the term closing 1914, 35.65 for that closing 1915, 36.66 for that closing 1916, and 36.99 for that closing June 30th, 1917, is remarkable. The discrepancy between the ac counts of the district and those of the county school superintendent are due to the fact tint there were some out standing vouchers not taken into con sideration with the opening of the books at June 20th, 1913, and also for other causes that are explained and exhibited elsewhere in the report. I thank you kindly for the privilege of serving you in this manner. Vours very truly, (Signed) W. H. t'KA WFORTX General deductions: Of the num erous school districts audited by me in the past I find the records of Alma schools to be in the best shape possible, and the books the best I have worked on. psyssiiTi REPROVES MINISTER Republican A. P. Leased Wire AMSTERDAM, Jan. In the low er house of the I'russian diet on Satur- day. Dr. Kranz Mehring. independent socialist, made the following inquiry: "If Canada, with less than nm "mil lion inhabitants, has been able to throw a quarter of a million soldier into Europe, who we.e not able to fly or swim, what grounds has the finance minister for denying to the United States, with 110.0U0.O0o inhabitants, any military capacity?" Dr. Mehring proceeded to reprove the Prussian -finance minister. Dr. Hertz, for such contempt, which h-j declared, was likely to bring heavy penalties in Its train, especially it coupled with empty tnreats. The minister, replying, admitted that he was unable to prove his statement concerning the American army, but was still convinced that it could not come over.