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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1921. lt companies to do so. These reduc- W,- vrRin!? ahoi,t Vr cent. b. r"TOt,ve Monday in the four Plants affected, and Morris & Co. also I announced similar reductions. The 1 2TiTv ai!:,:rted that the plant as t "moiies did not represent the work men and expressed opposition to the "'on- The last general strike in the racking .industry was in 1904. -o Britain Trying To Bring Japanese To Hughes Navy Ratio fContimied from Page One) Mr Balfour was said to have been i confined to a general statement of j confidence thai a Just and fair scJu i tion -would be reacned. Baron Kato responding for Japan and Minister Pie lor China with general expres sions of gratification In the interest taken by the two powers. After the session, it was indicated that it had Hot been determined whether Japan rr China should make the first move. They will meet again tomorrow. The note of optimism over the outcome of the naval discussions was particularly manifest today J , among Japanese. 'While refraining from any comment on the British position. Itaron Kato said he would VAUGHN & O'CONNEL 13 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. FINE WATCH not regard the situation as consti tuting a deadlock and another Japa nese delegate emphasized that "we are not pessimstic." Submission of the subject to Tokio indicates that under the Japanese system it will be considered by the Japanese cabinet as well as by the diplomatic advisory council. Repre. sentative Japanese expressed the opinion that to reach a decision every element connected with the question must be taken into consideration with the result that the exchanges here might be slowed down. So far as the Washington end Is concerned the problem is regarded as having narrowed down to direct and personal exchanges among Sec retary Hughes, Mr. Balfour and Baron Kato. In side-line discussions today there were further suggestions that the question of naval bases and fortifi cations in the Pacific might find a place of growing prominence in the naval ratio negotiations. So far as officials have revealed, Japan has not jet formally raised that point but it has been suggested by Japanese .not directly connected with the delegation that Tokio might seek, along with a ratio agree ment, a definite understanding as to the American and British bases in Pacific waters. While coming here the Japanese delegates made known their desire to establish a policy under which Japan would have a navy large enough to meet any force that any other power could send to the Far East. In other words it was suggested Japan must have tome assurance that American fortifications In the Philippines and Guam were not to be increased to the point where the entire American navy would be able to use them as bases In an offensive against Japan. As the issue involved is now re turned to a question of policy, the srJtestion is made that the problem of national defense for Japan Is closely related to the question of naval fortifications located nearby. It has also been hinted that the question of strength of navies is linked up in the Japanese mind with ! the nrnsnpet nf ohtaininff some under standing with refernce to general '.policies in the Far East. The exist ing status of the Anglo-Japanese al liance as modified to bring it into harmony with the league of nations covenant is believed to be a matter of considerable concern to Japanese statesmen who, if they are unable to obtain a renewal of the alliance, would desire to see some substitute agreement or understanding which will assure to them the possibility of a legitimate development in the" Far East without a menace from other strong naval powers. The American Way IS TIir Y A 7VL7 A 7 IflL FAI WAI Have You Tried One of Our . Special Plate Lunches 50c WE MAKE ALL OF OUR OWN PIES You Will Like Them Fay way Butter Store AND LUNCH ROOM 16 North Central Avenue Government Seeks Return Of Morse (Continued from Page One) clouds in 190S when suits were filed against him for more than $200,000 on promissory notes. He was convicted of having misapplied the funds of the National Bank of North Ameri ca here. In November, 1908, he was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison. Then his wife began a fight for her husband. Morse always declared he had committed no wrong but had followed practices common to nearly every business man of his time. On January 18. 1912, President Taf t commuted his sentence on the recom- mendation of the attorney general based on a report from the surgeon general of the army who ' reported Morse near death from heart and kidney disease. Morse regained his health and or ganized a shipping combine for the European and South American ser vice. In 1920 he again encountered a fed eral grand jury, being indicted, on a charge of having unlawfully sold an American vessel, the John J. McCul lough, to the government of Tunis, for a half million dollars, without permission of the shipping board. He pleaded not guilty, was released and the indictment was dismissed. Unemployed And Criminals Join In Vienna Riots ( Continued from Page One) eign securities and a more effective food control. The deputation received an evasive answer, in Its opinion, and gangs began the work of destruction. They divided into several columns, one at tacking the cafes, hotels and stores, another storming the empty stock exchange, while others proceeded to the shopping district, where they at tacked every well dressed person and plundered. Vienna is a woeful sight. All cafes are closed and streets are dark. Occupants of the hotels, hearing that the workmen threatened to renew the attack, fled early in the afternoon and remained huddled In doorways In the residential quarters begging for Shelter. If the rioting Is resumed, a high police official said, he feared that in the absence of military forces, the police would be inadequate to pre vent pillage and murder and the storming of the dwellings of promi nent bankers and business men, and the Jewish quarters. According to this authority many persons were injured. Mounted police tonight scattered the crowds, driving a solid body of workmen back to their home districts. THIS WEEK ONLY A FREE CAN THIS WEEK ONLY- FRUITS AND VEGETABLES To every customer purchasing one dozen cans of any of the following fruits or vegetables, we will give ONE FREE CAN of the same product. 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PAY'N TAKIT Grand Central DOCTORS OF SOUTHWEST ARE MEETING HERE Joint Session Of Medical And Surgical Associa- tions Brings Many Prominent Men To City With more than 200 physicians and surgeons in attendance the opening of the joint session of the Medical and Surgical Association of the Southwest and the Pacific Coast Roentgen Ray society yesterday proved one of the most important gatherings of its kind ever held in this part of the United Slates. From 10 o'clock In the morning until that hour last night the most prominent of the medical fraternity in the West gave, in paper and ad dress, the latest thoughts in a dozen different departments of medical and surgical practice, while a lantern slide exhibit of unusual and rare cases, given by the members of the Pacific Coast Roentgen Ray society, brought the scientific discussions to a close last evening with one of the most interesting expositions ever held here. After a shtirt invocation yesterday morning. Harry Welch, secretary of the chamber of commerce, welcomed the visiting surgeons and physicians to Phoenix. A response on th.e part of the medical association by Dr. John W. Flinn of Prescbtt and another for the Roentgen Ray society by Dr. Ray A. Payne, Portland, Ore., followed, after which Dr. James I. Vance, El Paso, Tex., president of the medical association, delivered his annual ad dress. The next address was delivered by Dr. William Thomas Coughlin of St. Louis university, St. Louis, Mo., whose subject was "The More Re cent Surgery of the Mouth and Face." Dr. A. G. Shortle of Albuquerque. N. M., then spoke on "Ten Years of He liotherapy," after which there was a discussion led by Dr. John W. Flinn of Prescott. Three Symposiums Held The afternoon was given over to three symposiums. The first, on bone lesions, was participated in by Dr. John E. Bacon of Miami, Dr. W. L. Brown of El Paso and Dr. W. B. Bow man of Los Angeles. The second, on urology, was participated in by Dr. K. D. Lynch or El Paso and Dr. Rob ert V. Day of Los Angeles. The third, on the chest ajid neart, was given over to addresses by Dr. LeRoy Pe ters, Albuquerque; Dr. Rolla G. Karshner, Los Angeles, and Dr. Roy Payne, Portland, Ore. The discus sions In these sympostums were led by Dr. A. M. Tuthill of Phoenix; Dr. George A. Bridge of Bisbee, Dr. Charles S. Vivian, Phoenix, and Dr. Spencer R. Whiting. Phoenix. The annual address on medicine, "Blood Chemistry," was delivered In the evening by Dr. Avery Newton of Los Angeles. This was followed by an address on "Differential Diagnosis of Diseases of the Dustless Glands," by Dr. J. L. Tierney of the St. Louis university, and "Unexpected Condi tions Revealed by X-Ray Examina tion," by Dr. Raymond Taylor of Los Angeles. The evening session was brought to a close by lantern slide exhibits of unusual and rare cases, conducted by members of the Pacific Coast Roentgen Ray society. Follow ing the evening meeting there was a social session and smoker given with the compliments of the Maricopa County Medical society. Registration of the attending phy sicians and surgeons, which was con ducted by Miss Rose D'Arcy and Miss Edith Snowden, was begun W ednes- day evening and continued until latd night, when almost 100 visiting med ical men had registered. The regis tration and information desk in the Adams hotel will be presided over today by Miss Snowdeu, while Miss D'Arcy will be in charge of the desk in the basement of the Heard build ing, where the sessions of the con vention are being held. Entertainment for Women The wives and daughters of the visiting physicians and surgeons were entertained last evening by a theater party at the Rialto, followed by a buffet lunch at Donofrio's. During the day numbers of these women were the guests of the wives of local med ical men, and today they will be their guests in an automobile ride through the most pleasing portions of the Salt River valley and a luncheon at the San Marcos hotel at Chandler, The chief social feature of the con vention will be held this evening. when the physicians and surgeons and their families will attend a- din ner dance at the Country club, be ginning at 6:30 o'clock. Preceding the dinner there will be a musical concert, so that guests are asked to be present at 6 o clock. Beginning at 7:30 o'clock this morning and lasting until 10 o'clock there will be surgical clinics at St. Joseph's hospital. The clinics will be conducted by Dr. E. Payne Palmer, Dr. A. M. Tuthill. Dr. J. J. McLoone, Drs. Martin and Schwartz in a dem onstration of foreign body eye. In juries, and Dr. Soiland of Los An geles on radium treatment. At 8 o'clock the medical clinics will begin in the Pathological laboratory, third floor of the Goodrich building. These clinics will be conducted by Dr. Watkins, Mr. Mills. Dr. Phillips, Dr. Mary L. Neff, Mr. C. N. Boynton, Dr. W. W. Wilkinson. Dr. A. Wallace, Nogales, and Dr. D. F. Harbridge. Between the hours of 4 and S this afternoon the -exhibits of X-ray pic tures and apparatus, surgical and medical supplies, radium supplies, microscopic, views and everything else which has been gathered in the basement of the Heard building in the greatest medical and surgical expo sition ever held In Arizona, will be thrown open to the public, who are Invited to visit it. The exhibition will be under the direction of Miss Rose D'Arcy, and will follow the regular afternoon session of the convention. Today's Program The program for today is as fol lows: 10:20 a. m. "Some Ocular Demon strations of Tuberculosis," Dr. 11. H. Stark, El Paso. 10:40 a. m. Dfscussion. opened by Dr. H. F. Harbridge. Phoenix. 11 a. bj. "The Tubercular (Pulmo nary) as a Surgical Risk," Dr. C. E. Yount, Prescott. 11:20 -Discussion, opened by Dr. Willard Smith, Phoenix. 11:40 a. m. "Lithopedian, With Report of Case,"' Dr. Gillett Cornish, Albuquerque. Noon recess. The afternoon will be devoted to a symposium on abdominal conditions, divided as follows : 1:20 p. rrt. "Secretion and Cancer," Dr. E. C. Prentice, El Paso. 1:40 p. m. "Acute Intestinal In toxication in Childhood," Dr. J. A. Rawlins and Dr. Harry Leigh. 2 p. m. "Individual Duodenal X Ray Demonstrations," Dr. Hugh W. Crouse, El Paso. 2:20 p. m. "Importance of Early Surgery of Abdominal Injuries," Dr. J. W. Hannett, Gallup, N. M. 2:30 p. m. "Advance in the Diag nosis and Treatment of Biliary Dis eases," Dr. F. D. Garnett, El Paso. 3 p. m. "Non-Calculous Chole cystitisa Plea for Its Recognition and Surgical Treatment." Dr. M. P. Burnham, San Francisco. Cal. 3:20 p. m. "Gastric Polyposis." Dr. Lloyd Bryan, San Francisco, Cal. Discussion, opened by Dr. E. Payne Palmer, Phoenix; Dr. R. D. Kennedy, Globe, and Dr. John Wix Thomas, Phoenix. m o Prince Tokugawa Denies Opposition . To Admiral Kato Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 Denial was made tonight by Prince Toku gawa, a Japanese delegate, that he repudiated or disapproved the recent assertion of Vice Admiral Kanji Kato, chief naval adviser to the Jap anese delegation, to the efTcst ihat Japan regarded a 70 per cent ratio in capital ship tonnage, necessary to safeguard the nation's interests. Vice Admiral Kato considered Japan must have a ration of 70 per cent instead of the 60 per cent rtio provided in the American proposals. Prince Tokugawa, a day or so later, was quoted as saying the vice ad miral's assertion was an expression of "personal opinion." Tonight Prince Tokugawa made this statement: "What 1 meant to convey in an swering questions of newspaper cor respondence concerning the interview given by Vice Admiral Kanji Kato was that It was the opinion of th Japanese naval experts. I did nut mran to contradict the views of Vh a. Admiral Kato. Some people seem to have interpreted what I said as beintf a repudiation or disapproval of the vice admiral's opinions, but I did not convey any such idea." We ship fruit and vegetables to? any place in the U.S. Our Moto: I "We Buy the Best." ARCADE! FRUIT DEPT. Mike Mequirtj Prop. First St. at Washingion.p Save the Tooth by Filling the Cavity Many teeth can be saved if cavities are filled in time. Only by having your teeth examined regularly can you bring to light the small defects that may exist. Call today for careful examination. We offer you dentistry that is superior and results that are satisfactory. EXAMINATION FREE! GAS ADMINISTERED X-RAY 0 Dr. John J. Sitkin Dr. Frank L. 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