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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN U Art v; ly, ayl SUNDRY CIVIL SERVICE BILL MAKES LIBERAL PROVISIONS FOR ARIZONA FEDERAL WORK COL I JAN TOR SHOT MD KILLED Ell -o 1 Mill IN Special to The Republican "WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 Notwith standing the conpral demand for econ omy, the appropriations for federal activities in Arizona as provided for in tbo Sundry Civil bill, which has Just paHSod the Housfi, were liberal. On the. Yuma reclamation project J413.OO0 will bo expanded next year, of which JS0.001) will bo used to further develop the. drainage system. The. aDPropriatlon for co-operative and miscellaneous Investigations by the reclamation service was increased from $r.0,000 to $100,000. This appro priation was so small last year that tut $10,000 could bo advanced by the reclamation serv ice to match the J100, nQ appropriated for co-operative work by the Arizona legislature. The usual sum ot $200,000 was made available for the maintenance ot the eight experiment stations of the bu beau of mines. The southwest sta tion at Tucson has recently made marked progress in devising new proc esnos for the treatment of low grade copper ores heretofore considered val ueless. Th appropriation for the Grand Canyon national park was Increased from $60,000 to $100,000 for the next fiscal year. A part of this money will be used to complete a suspension bridge across the Colorado river at the foot of Bright Angel trail so as to make the north rim of the canyon more accessible to visitors. The road from El Tovar to Hermit's Rest will be. re paved and construction commenced on a road eastward to Desert lew so thut ultimately there will be a rim road automobile drive for a dis tanc of over 40 miles. Some expenditure will' also be made for the destruction of wild burros living down In the can yon which have Increased to such an extent that they are consuming the fnracn needed to fumtflln wild rame. The appropriation for tlAi care of the national monuments was Increased to $12,500. In discussing this Item, Con gressman Hayden of Arizona said: Mr Chairman. T have offered a num ber of amendments to this bill, but the A Ione highwayman who not only House has been hard-hearted and none n'd A- Schwartz, a taxicab of them hnve been agreed to. In view driver, and robbed hit. of more than monument has Just been issued by the national park service. In1 the estimates $3,500 was Includ ed for the construction of a bridge across the Rio Puereo rear Adamana to provide access to the Petrified For est national monument. This river is often Impassable because of flood con Jitions and quicksands and many vis Itors are thereby prevented from leav lng dhe railroad 6tation after making a long Journey to see this forest which has turned to stone. There remains much work to be done in improving the roads and a salaried custodian should be appointed to prevent dep redations. Last year over 30,000 peo ple visited this monument and dur ing the height of the season it is esti mated than from one to two tons of petrified wood was carried away each day by these tourists, which the park service was powerless to prevent. I thank the committee for this ex tremely modest Increase because It shows that at least some slight consid eration is being given to the needs of our national monuments, but I hope that In the future something more sub stantial will be accomplished. At least $1,500 on the average should be ap propriated for the care of the 24 na tional monuments or a total of $36,000. The director of the national park serv ice has asked for but $27,000, and I sincerely regret that the committee on appropriations did not recommend tke- full amount for the preservation of these long neglected natural wonders and antiquities. Harry Lyles, negro, was shot and killed by an unknown assassin at the corner of Second avenue and Jackson street about 10 o'clock last night. Whether the shooting was the result o a quarrel or an attempted hold-up remains a question with officials of the police department and sheriff's office who investigated the case last night. Lyles was cither leading pr riding a bicycle east on Jackson street at the time of the shooting. Although those living in the vicinity declare they heard more than one shot fired. Lyles died as the result of a single wound in the abdomen. That the assassin was at very close range at the time he sent the bullet into the body of his victim was indicated by powder riMrks around the wound. The shooting took place under an arc light In a thickly populated neigh borhood. A few minutes after the shot was fired there were several people at the scene to assist Lyles into a house at 619 South Second avenue, there he : About The State a Returns From Eastern Trip CLIFTON Norman Carmicheal, general manager of the Arizona Cop per company, Ltd., returned to the city on Thursday after an absence of several weeks in th east on company business. Copper Era. Epes Randolph Convalescent TUCSON Late last night the con dition of Col. Epes Randolph, president of the Southern Pacific de Mexico, was reported much improved. Colonel Ran- nCi IW DENIES IE TOOK PART IN TIE SUNK IT TEMPE Utah Senator Says National Budget Is Need of Government Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, Jan. 18 One of the most important questions now facing congress ia the need of abolishing wasteful methods of government opera tion by a national budget system and a thorough reorganization or tne exec utive departments. Senator Smoot of Utah. Republican member of the sen ate appropriations committee, declared in an address tonight. - Economy in government expeneu tures. he said, can be attained only by placing upon the chief executive un divided responsibility for appropria tion estimates of the executive depart ments and by a like centralization ot responsibility in single committees or DUBLIN BARRICADES REMOVED DUBLIN, Jan. IS. The barricades and the troops cordoning a wide area in north Dublin were removed today. Sentries were posted on roofs of houses and armed troops patrolled the nelgh brhood during the withdrawal. STI OE MONEY 10 Hi N BUT ti Although alleged to have confessed that he was one of the Mexicans who on Tuesday night. Jan. 11, shot and killed C. M. Snancrler and 10-year-old dolph has been ill for more than a week Ernest Hintze and wounded H. C. Ba- at his apartments in the Santa Rita her while robbing the Baber-Jones hotel. Medical attendants no longer store in Tempc, Thomas Ramon now consider his condition critical. Star. denies he narticinated in the crime, Had Many Husbands Huirhes fiarr special.- investigator for TUCSON Three "husbands' and no the countv attorney's office, said " es divorces is the rather unusual record terday after returning from Nogales. of Mrs. Myrtle Kogans-Holt-Follett. a Ramon will recover. ?:r. Garr said, and comely woman of 8, who was hailed will be brought back to Phoenix soon the senate and house. He advocated before Justice Oscar L. Pease batnrdav to face a murder charge. urovision in any legislation estaousn on charges preferred by Walter M. rjmon and Victoriano Martinez msr a national budget system of a dis- Hoit mate number two. I urov. vintnrert at Calabasas. near o- tmct acrencv to be nlaced unaer me Holt, at the hearing before Justice gales last Friday after botli naa neen control or congress to keep it miormeu. Pease testified that the woman al- wounded. Martinez died the same as to the detaus of departmental dusi- thoiieh married to him on Auff. 17 at lvcnirifr T5olh men. according to No- Globe, and without procuring a divorce, gales officials, confessed they had had gone through a marriage ceremony robbed the Tempe store ana tauta on .Tan 1 last with tipp last matrimn. SnanMur nnd Hintze. Mr. Garr and nUl vintnrii Ifloth EiiffpnA Pnllctf with Intpnh V Vnhlp. deDUtV county attor whom she has since been living as ney, went to Nogales last &aiuruuy 4 wife, Star tAlkert with Ramon. Company Nearly Recruited According to the story toia mem, WILLIAMS The organization of the Garr declared. Ramon leit xemve died about 30 minutes later TJo wa Willlama nmnnnv rf th IKRth Infun. nn Knnriav nieht. Jan. 9, and conscious most of this time and at- try Is now nearly completed. Seven came to Phoenix to look for worn, lie temnted to tell Of the affa.tr hilt hlnlmnr. reM-tiit m Bls-nrl nr Mnnrl-iv tnl1 tlipm. fi.lrr said, that he Had a Wlie statements were disjointed and inco- night, leaving but eight yet to be se- to support and could not find work in oldest member of the Order of Elks herent. L.,, cm.i t.i.. -cf I t.,-. vindinsr nn work in Phoenix, in the United States, died here this "I've been murdered." ha im said to th .wina- fcpid Wnndav nts-ht h.,t hi r.nrr said, the Mexican told them he morning. He was said to bo a boyhood , - . . ...... . rj ci, . - ' . , . i I l U - ... T. nrtAn nave e.xeiaimea. ana j, tl. Stroup, who presence will not again be required to then went to una ijenu iu wtr "'""'"iu wt - assisrea me wounded man, declared he complete the organization of the com- at the Giliispie am itamon uu iuvi., uiuueteu Bumeuuns aoout being neid nany. News . I he was unsuccessrui uieie wm weui . -niLijuuB" tans were maae lor Exonerate PapmI Rinnp to Maricopa, wuuie nc "ici vw several physicians the wounded man I wit.t.iimo aw rw, n whn was an old friend. remained without medical attention. I r ..t r.arr said Ramon told them Mar- Tnat the killing was the result of a ch.ru. n,, ....i, tln had money and divided wun quarrel was somewhat borne out bv w.t-oio,. t tv,. ,,. hi friend who had none and also gave money poucn uyiea exonerated by the coroner's Jury held him a revolver ana amined by officers. However it was pTelim nary heVrin the immigration officials also pointed out that the revolver shot E thev mistook for holdup men attracted ty,V. ,f..i t. 1 I """v L 1 u J " J Scuriui, - j nr,.n. firP I na?j:;.;zrAZ at Flagstaff that Croxon will be alter tner m. : the bearing News, on tnem. xtamon iZ W-nt Another Judo. Garr said, aitnougn ne imu Clear Baby Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum So.Ofohnt.Tkleirn.Kevrrwfiat. Ttrmmmlm dilrcu: 0tlcimlAkamrtM,ba4.X, Mlt. Mf ness eo that its responsibility In mak ing appropriations may be intelli gently" discharged. -o Oldest Member Of Elks Passes Away Republican A. P. Leased Wire SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 18. Col. William T. Baker, 96, said to be the Fred J. Wright Detective Service Civil and Criminal Private and Corporate Investigations An Established and Efficient Organization Offices over Central Bank Rooms 7, 8, 9 Telephones Day 1361 Night 805 nKSaiiont.o.imi..i ieis ai j?iagsiair mat croxon He was rn awlyt r"? away' entirely cleared at the bearing.- iie was seen to run west on Jackson ' a -.ft... t..-- street, but it Is not known whether he was a white man or a nesro. Harry Lyles was about 45 years old. no leaves a widow and two children, who live at 1107 South Fifth avenue, ior several years he has been em Ployed as Janitor at the telephone "ol"er "ua?V, M-ntlfied from photographs as rniiijwuii necoinmenaauon inai i V r , ..,.,.j 5 y,a the Yavapai County Bar association the man who had participated m the enhrr.lao.11,8Illi0 ec.ure an.aaal""aM' a Ramon is able to be NimfirinF imiikh mr mia rnnni v u. u a t nn i SMITH B EOTMERS' of the fact that the committee on ap propriations has .increased this Item for the care of national monuments by $4,500, I shal inot attempt what is obviously impossiblo at the present time by offering an amendment fur ther increasing this amount to $27,000 $70, but also took the taxicab for good measure, executed early this morning the latest and perhaps the most spec tacular robbery to occur during the re cent wave of crime In Phoenix. According to the police, Schwartz, who drives a taxicab for Walter Latest reports from the St. Joseph's hmnltsl in thia City Siaie trial ivir. Baber will recover. o . . .. . .. . m i nnrff q n il whnsa e t -hi rl la nam. r'nn mm est ma ten lor dv ine secretary oi ..v... .v.. h- interior fvon thoiiffh t nm ron- tral avenue and Jefferson street, was vlneed that $12.."00 Is Inadequate for approached shortly after midnight by tie proper administration of all the na- a stranger who asked him to drive tional monuments. northwest of town. W hen Schwartz There are 24 national monuments reached Five . Points his passenger under the Jurisdiction of the national "hoyed a gun against the back of h s park service, and it is not only vain neck an(1 ordered him to hand over bis i. ! tnnUmt tn pxn-rt that thev ran h money and valuables. Schwartz, with administered, protected, maintained, the cold muzzle of the revolver at the prenerv'ed nnd Improved at an average base of his skull, fav up $l.o0. The annual coat of a litUe over I30i each, highwayman then asked him what kind ua f. ,rvt.t,i , thi .nnmnri.ti.n of watch he had. Schwartz replied of these monuments are located In" he had al? E,in with seven Jewels, Arizona and are annually visited bv 1 v a oener one man mat mj- u r .M I self, the hlehwavman renlled the country. The visitors to the Casa The" having cHmbed into the front Grande Ruin Increased fro 3.667 in 191J Mat- he ordered Schwartz to stop the tn. viva in mn n iiftfin vu- K-.r, car and get out. leaving the engine emended for the repair and excavation funning. As Schwartz stepped out he of this "Great House" built by a pre- Ik fr4om pocket on the door of historic race of which the present In- th automobile his revolver, hiding it dlan tribes have no tradition and which ndrr hla coat as he stepped .to the - . .' ,i k tott, vi. ground. This was at Willetta street the Spanish explorer, In 1S94. The amount appropriated herein will pro vide practically nothing but the salary of the custodian Montezuma's Castle Is another na tional monument which Is sadly neg; lected and suffering from vandalism. A custodian should b appointed to protect this wonderful cliff dwelling on Beaver Creek, which Is three sto l ies high and contains 16 rooms. The Navajo national monument la located in such an out PC the way place that but little damage han thus far been done by vandals, but with the opening up of an auotmobile xoad to these ruins there Is now greater need Jor its res toratlon and protection. A custodian should likewise be ap pointed for the Tumacacorl mission. which is threatened by destruction by those who have from time to time dug up its floor and undermined Its foun vi w I . Duver' SALT LAKE CITV, Jan. 18. Co- k , , , .u LU1T , Tu'iion. w operative marketing, transportation burled there by the Spanish priests. problems. a plea for postponement of About $400 was heretofore made aval 1- mtine fees. the relations between able each year lor the can of this sheep men and tho packcr3 8nd the monument, which la wholly insufficient interests of Indian wool producers pro. io prereni even ine carnage causca oy v,ded th material which the National the elements, Lnless an ample ap- wool Growers' association covered in propriation is mado this mission, which th)S Becond day of their fifth annual was founded In 1730 by Father Kino, convention In session here. ,nl romP' r"'n- "ver o.uuu H v Platt Kneral manager of the vlMltors Inspected this ancient mission Oregon Short Line railroad, presented last year, but the national park serv- fy, OB h r3rHr Kfnr. th. mn. i e hfi ben In such straits for funds vention, telling the wool growers that that $600 was accepted as a contrib- in the last analysis the problems of ntlon from the Nogales Chamber of thft railroads and the problems of the Commerce to aid in its temporary im- shippers are irrevocably linked and Tho 2,000 acres Included within the Siigauro rational monument between Phoenix and Tempe, should be reaur veyed rrmd " the boundary lines estab lished by cement posts. Pranch roads ihould be built from the state high way no as to make this monument nore accessible to visitors. In pnsslng I mlKht say that a rery interesting publication describing the birds of this rwuu a xavoraoi, report m w.proj- fcrolieht fo Temoe for arraign e oy a commutee to tne association ,? - urder charRe filed in a meeting at tne court nouse ast . - ... i0v.. nrt of K H. D. McVty. eeneral rnann niglit. As a result. President Howard !?LT.V w v r. Mountain States Telegraph and Tele- Pornlck will today name a committee - t attorney. Ramon, phone company, last night announced f,f lawyers to draft a bill to present to to rCports from the hospital that he offered a reward of $500 for the islature. Journal-Miner. at Nogales. will recover, although he th a Tract- o i-i t nnmr: - . i WnuM Prit iminiru Mnapinn ttL . . , , . v.uuin,uuu ui me per-i - - , t n v,niip around in ms cnesu me police also announced early this I llon m w casa or -Tnomas Murpny, morning that three colored men had colored patient whose slaying at Whlp- neen arrested on susDicion that thw 1 P'e aarracKs on December 10 or ueorge were Implicated In the klllinr of Harrv Edwards, another colored patient, was Lyles, the colored Janitor who was shot j witnessed by a wardful of persons, was earlier in the evening. A renort was walvnd by the defense. The defendant also received from Maricona that two has been bound over to await the ac negroes wnose suspicious actions hadl 1"n Ui 1110 i session ot m leaerai attracted attention were being held atl""' lo convene nere tne nrst aion Aiaricopa. uincer tTaser was sent to uav ln iarcn. journal-Miner. noma Brew causes i-tre MIAMI It was a potent brand of home brew some one was preparing ln a small shack ln the rear of 32 Miami avenue, in the section known as Mexl can Canyon, this morning. A few wild raisins and an old stove combined to UK the railroad Junction to bring these two nacK to Phoenix for investigation. ' o old raeii IIS A MISSION ARTISTS APPEAR 111 IAI BRILL PROGRAM and Seventh avenue. The highway man then commanded him to run and Schwartz hurried across to the far corner of the intersection, when he turned and fired five shots at the high wayman, who thereupon Jumped into the car and speeded away. Schwartz Immediately telephoned the occurrence to the police depart ment, and a hunt for the car and driver was started immediately. At 2 o'clock the car was found at Second avenue snd Jefferson street, Jut about two blocks from where it was stolen. One suspect was booked for Investigation by the police last night. o Wool Growers Urge Co-operative Marts For Their Products Th nomfi of The Republican for mnnv vears. the building at Second and Ariama streets, has been sold by the T7-. tv samiipil to the First Pen- form a conflagration that would, but tecost;j Mission, which will make It Its for the remarkably efficient work of future headauarters. The consideration tne lire aepariment, nave vn)ea out a .,7 000 large portion of the section. ThT ' rt of the maln floor, for Responding to an alarm turned in , tym k rifnartmnt has been about 11 o clock, the firemen succeeded rmndripd. A niatform has . J . . . i -m I CU111V ' 1 1 U I, Making their initial appearance at ln quencning xne tire ana savea two Wn instructed and new lighting tlx the Woman's club yesterday Milton adjoining houses which were badly tUres installed. For the present this Rasbury,- violinist, and Norma Leln. charred by the flames. Difficulty was , tVl nrl1l7 art of the building the inger Rasbury presented one of the experienced in preventing the stream Ly,itr.r. wtn ns rentinc the remainder most brilliant programs ever given by from the hose tearing the flimsy struc- of main floor and the basement, the club. The musicians are newcom- tures to pieces. Tlie first service in the new home was ria in x noenjx. ana tne ciud recoe-1 An examination or me structure miv,i.i amflav nized them as artists of acknowledeed which the blaze originated, brought to Pntn:til Mission was organ ability. ' I light two overturned barrels of raisin thia ritv four years ago, built Their numbers were as follows: mash, a portion of what had evidently i,,.,.v, ot Tr,th and Washington Sonata ln A major Handel been a still, funnels, bottles and the Lwa nr,A ha acauired about 100 other miscellaneous equipment of the m.mherq Homel L. Faulkner is pa Kitcnen aistiuery. liuiletin. tnr Th old church will be soia. ine Find Cache of Stolen Goods Uotietv does Independent evangelical DOUGLAS One of the larsest Ur.,-!- nnd -will in time convert their fences for stolen box car merchandise new place at Second and A!tams street ever discovered m tne soutnwest wa! care for strangers ana uhwuuujh: Adagio Cantabile Allegro Deciso - Largo As sal . Allegro (Gign.) Milton Rasbury. violinist; Norma Lelningor-Rasbury. t the Piano Original Theme and Variations unearthed ln a raid by department of persons. whatever affects the interests of one Sffects the interests of the other. o An engineer In Brussels has sue ceeded in manufacturing artificial coal of great heatin? capacity from the vegetable refuse of peat beds. The new fuel Is called "gasol" coal and has a heating capacity of 7. "00 units and burns with a bright flame, leaving no cinders. Annex Grocery 505 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Now open for business, carrying a full line of GROCERIES, FRUIT, VEGETABLES and BAKED GOODS. This store is operated on the Cash arid Carry basis, and we guarantee to SAVE YOU MONEY on every purchase. Remember the Number 505 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Next to O. K. Meat Market "Economy" our Slogan T. A. Donnelly, Prop. Norma Leininger-Rasbury The program was presented under the art and literature department, Mrs. w. i Jiammet, chairman, and in ad dition to the music were other worth while features, including a talk bv Mrs Cordelia Perkins, art Instructor of the high school, who discussed the "Artis tic Italian Mind, and Mrs. Roland Dryer, who spoke of "Art of Greece and Egypt." o- Government Seeks Order Restraining W. U. Cable Landing NEW YORK. Jan. 18. Injunction proceedings to prevent the Western Lnion Telegraph company from land ing us cauie from the Barbados at Miami, Fla., were Instituted la the federal court today. The object Is to prevent the landing on American soil by a British company, ln co-operation with the defendant telegraph company, of a cable which extends from the Uarbadoes to Brazil. The government alleged, that the contemplated cable Is monopolistic as it holds a franchise on Brazil which provides that no other company mav connect by submarine cable any two Tschaikowsky justice agents in the house of Joaquin Madrid at the little town of Benson, ? lose to Tucson. Truck load after truck load of goods wjere recovered, accord ing to local federal officers. Apparently for several years the gang of box car thieves whose opera tions have been baffling the police, railroad and special detectives, have been storing their plunder in the Mad rid house. The latter, according to the government agents, bad been peddling the goods but at retail. The department of justice had been working upon the case for several months, suspicion finally centering on Benson as the point of the leak of freight from trains routed througa from California to the coast and from jumping from a fire escape at the sec- Two Killed In New Jersey Film Plant Fire Ten Injured Republican A. P. Leased Wire BAYONNE, N. J., Jan. 18. Two persons, one a voung woman, were killed and 10 injured in a fire today which swept a building housing sev eral film manufacturing concerns. The dead were: Miss Ethel Suckow, 24; a man believed to be Arthur Post, 21. . . . . Miss Suckow porisned apparently Dy the east to California. At Benson all freights stops for a few hours on the through trip. International Burglars Leave as Family Arrives BISBEE The residence of H. C. Miller at 429F Laundry Hill, was en tered late last night by burglars while the family was away, and about 575 worth of wearing apparel stolen. The family reurned at about 10 o'clock, and. as they entered by the back door they heard the burglars going out the front door which they had unlocked from the inside. Review. Two Brides On the Stage GLOBE Jack Post, a newspaper man ot Miami, and Miss Leahetta of the points within Brazil touched by Frances Sonnefield of Phoenix, were tne nnes or tne .British company. married last nignt at 8:30 ociock Dy The pleading also recited that the Rev. George S. Sloan, pastor of the policy of the government for CO years Community church in Miami at the has been to secure for Ammmn citi- Buena Vista Manse. The bride ar- zens the right to maintain and operate rived In Miami yesterda On the same cables between the United States and stage were Miss Blddle Fisher and her toreign countries on a basis of equal- brother, of Holbrook. Miss Fisher was on her way to Miami to become a bride also, and at 9 o'clock last night Rev. Sloan married Llndsey W. Bowling and Miss Fisher. Record. Women Plead Not Guilty BISBEE Of 17 women arrested by federal agents and Tenth cavalry troops in a raid on the White City, a resort near Fort Huachuca, only four pleaded guilty when arraigned last week In the federal court at Tucson, Twelve entered pleas of not guilty, ami their trials have been ret for Feb. 23. Review. o ity with citizens of other nations. The practical effect of the Brazilian monopoly, it Is alleged, is to shut off the right of an American company in tne luture or laying a direct cable be tween Brazil and the United States. o , Expenditures For December Increase About $20,000,000- ond floor alter she nad Deen carneu through the flames by a watenman. Enveloped bv flames, she leaped to the street. The charred body of a man believed to be that ot Post was found on the second floor. Exploding films hurled burning de bris 200 feet, setting fire to several dwellings and threatening to commu nicate with a 1,000 gallon tank of gaso line in a welding ehop nearby which p.lso was fired by flying embers. These flames were quickly checked however. o Auto Top And Body Builders Subject To Manufacturer's Tax Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. Concerns engaged in building over automobile tops or bodies for Installation on new or old chassis were held to be manu facturers and subject to tax as such in regulations issued tonight by the bu reau of internal revenue. The regu lations apply in cases even though all such tops or bodies are manufactured as needed for an immediate job. o WOULD PROHIBIT PICKETING HELENA. Mont., Jan. 18. Represen tative Warren of Butte gave notice in the state house of representatives to day of a bill making picketing in strikes unlawful. The measure con forms to the Colorado statute, it was declared. Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 Ordinary expenditures of the government for December decreased by about $20,000, 000 as compared with November while payments on th public debt Increased by nearly $1,000,000. according to the treasury's monthly statement today. For the sijf months ending December 31, ordinary disbursements fell off by more than $1,000,000,000 compared with the corresponding period of 1919 while public debt expenditures declined by nearly $4,000,000,000. Ordinary disbursements for Decem ber totalled $404,575,091 against $426, 032,313 in November while public debt payments aggregated $1,600,000,000 as compared with $677,000,000 the month previous. Interest on th public debt totalling $134,4 j2,lil, led in the ordinary expen ditures for the month with $94,572,954 hy the war department second, and $i4. :!;;. 47." p;i id by the railroads, third. The redemption of $1,773,592,000 in cert ificaies of indebtedness account for the bull; of the payments on tho Dublic debt. 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