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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX TUESDAY MORNING,' DECEMBER i3,192L ?rr ASree To lZe..UP Control Of Chinese Postoffices (Continued from PaKe 1) UvTtTL SePtember 2. m,, Hudei V. way construction con- governments or based thina r Kreement8 made with Init th J5f"P Clrcum"'"s preclud ..l exercise of her will, such "hVl " .entlon 'lth Germanv for IMS V,.1"0 Chow of Maih 6. J5' 1915- made with Japan in !?""t2unc f the latter-. 21 de mand on China. , , tentative list of the treaties re ating to this matter and the so-called epnerps of interest of the .various lower has been circulated lor your information. That China should have been' thus We strip fruit and vegetables to) any piece in the U.8. Our Moto:i UU D . . f. . ......... 1 "W Buy the Best." ARCADE DEPT. Mike Mequir. rrop. First St. at Washington j I divided into different spheres of in terest is a most unfortunate state of affairs. In the first place, these spheres seriously hamper the eco nomic development of China. Powers claiming these spheres seem to take the view that certain portions of China's territory are reserved for their exelusive exploitation without regard to the economic needs of the Chinese- people. There have been instances where a nation is unwilling or unable to finance a particular en terprise and yet refuse to allow it to be financed or carried out by other nations. In the second place, the system" Is contrary to iho policy of equal op portunity for the commerce and in dustry of all nations. A further objection to the spheres is that there has been a tendency, under cover of economic claims, to further political ends, to use threats affecting the political integrity of China and giving rise to International Jealousy and friction. It is gratify.' ing to know that the United States and Great Britain have placed them selves strongly on record as opposed to the continuance of spheres. Has Caused Much Misgiving The claims by the powers to the spheres have given rise to mucli mis understandings and misgivings by the Chinese people, and n view of the considerations-1 .have aavancea. the Chinese delegations asked that Slippers Felt and Leather $3 and more HIS GIFT HERE "MILLINERY" FOR HIS GIFT ' A hat is always welcoxhe, jeari tecially when it is a Stetson. or H Moissant. However, a cap may ; be welcomed or one of our hats of less price. An excellent line to " select from at . ." i . r. xrj"l $350 : :''--J - .1. - Stetsons and Moissant, $7.50 and up VIC HANNY CO. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes BATHROBES $6 AND UP Join. 9ur Xmat Piano Club $1.00 a week Vhat will Worth 5 lip Your 1 Join our Xmas Piano Club $1.00 a week Piano be Hence? : Wise buyers rea! musicians those who cannot, as 'the saying goes, "be humbugged" are securing their musical instruments of a lifetime from our store the foremost source of supply. It is grati fying to us to see the pianos, we sold from fifteen to twenty-five years ago, changing hands on the outside for neatl their original celling prke. THIS PROVES THE REDEWILL QUALITY of the pianos that we sell. One party recently 'purchased a piano, from another source and paid $75 more for it than we originally sold it for about five years ago another tribute to Redewiil values. Even greater opportunities for exceptional values are offered you at our tor today. BABY GRANDS One solid carload of Grand Pianos, that we have just placed' r display, are the talk f the town. ; . GRAND AMPICOS IN THE KNABE, HAINES, MARSHALL & WENDELL Your eld piano or phonograph accepted in exchange Conven ient Terms. BARGAINS VV challenge comparison in our Piano and PlayerPiano values. They are really priced so low that ether piano houses cannot begin to compete with their, extraordinary quality and price. But they ara here awaiting your inspection... Use your own good. judgment and avoid sinister influences. Come in and aee for yourself the values now being offered by the oldest musical concern in Arizona established here in 1881 now 40 years old. ' Redewiil Music Company "Firm That Made Arizona Musical" 222-224 W. Washington St. REDEWILL BUILDING , Repairing Hauling and Crating NINE SALES MADE YESTERDAY I I Piano Tuning Eugene Redewiil Sole Owner the powers disavow all claims to a sphere or spheres of interest or of influence or any spectal interests within China. " Mr. Hughes-then stated that he de sired to announce an important mat ter, although it was outside the pro ceedings of the conference. He was happy to state that it had been com pletely settled and an agreement reached between the 'United States and Japan. He referred to Yap and the mandated islands north of the equator. A convention would be put In final shape and sighed by the two governments shortly. Mr.- Hughes remarked' that it was with the greatest regret that he must speak of the subject of M. Vivianl's departure. He wished to express a final appreciation of his oollabora tion and voice the sorrow that he and allTiis colleagues must feel at their loss. This was greeted with approval by the delegates. M. Vlvianl replied that he had been much- touched by the words Of the chairman, and that the date of his departure had been fixed before he left Fraace. He added that his regret at leaving was tern-" pered by the fact that his mandate would be left in, the good hands of M. Sarraut. The committee then ad journed to meet Wednesday. ... Gardner Pleads Guilty . to Mail .A:. Theft Charge (Continued from Page 1) lasted Six days, and Included a com plete -summary, of Gardner's life and activities from his childhood to the day'" Ot his .arrest, and even after. The bandit took the stand in his be half dm-inx almost an entire day, and admitteu all the alleeatlons which had bee brought against him. ex plaining his crimes as being due to his belief, that he was not amenable to man-made laws, with the exception of those against murder, and that his life was under the direction of two spirit controls. Wareeka and White Feather, one .of whom was good and the other evil. ' Gardner's Criminal History The history of his crimes from the time he robbed a jewelry store In San Francisc6 10 years ago to his ex ploits in Maricopa county was given in Xull during the trial, including the job at San Diego: his escape while on his . way to McNeil's Island. l"uget Sounds to serve a 25-year sentence: .hie . arrest' at Hoseville for another mail robbery;' his receiving another 25-year sentence: his being brought to the federal penitentiary at McNeil's Island; his escape after- 72 days; his wanderings until he came to Fhoenlxt his DetiOon -to President Harding for pardon: and his operations in and about Phoenix. He has also admitted. federal agents say. mail robberies at Kern and Fresno, California. The case went to the jury on Sat urday evening, and at Sunday hoon the jury was discharged , by. Judge Sawtelle when it became - apparent that a verdict could not be reached. When Gardner's identity was estab lished the department of justice or dered that he be brought immediately, to the feneral penitentiary at Leav enworth to begin serving the 50 years to "which he had been sentenced. JiJpon representations from the United States district attorney's office here, however that such action would- pre vent Inderlied from getting the re ward which had been offered by the postoffice for the capture of mail robbers, this order was rescinded. Gardner's plea of guilty yesterday will give Inderlied the reward. Ja.000, plus $2,000 offered by the penitentiary as a special reward for his capture. ,jlr8... Gardner, who was living In Sin Francisco at the time of Gard ner's capture here, came to Phoenix immediately after that she received the news, and was active in his inter est during the entire time of his in carceration and trial. Their 4-year- olddanKhter. Jeam-is with Mrs. Gard ner's sister in Gordon Valley, Calif. Gardner- will be taken to Leaven worth as soon as reservations can be obtained. Marshal J. P. Dillon an nounced yesterday. He will go in the custody of Dillon and a deputy. His possessions when he was arrested. particularly those which were used as exhibits in his trial, were given away by .him ;yesterday to various federal officials and others with whom he had -become friendly since his arrest. America Wins Valuable Yap ' Cable Rights (Continued from Page 1) service as with regard to cables. It is provided that so long as Japan shall, maintain on Tap an adequate radio telegraphic station, co-operating effectively with the cables and .This Stors is Headquarters for Imported Roller Canaries Just received a shipment of these wonderful feath ered artists. . What will gladden the heart of the recipient more than an Xmas Gift of one of these beautiful singers. Your choice of our 200 cages to select from. Re serve now for Xmas de livery. ARIZONA SEED & FLORAL CO. 28-30 South Central Phone 1389 other radio stations or ships and shore, without discriminatory exac tions or preferences, the exercise of the tight to establish radio tele-j graphic stations at Yap by the Unit ed States or its nations shall be sus pended. ... . 3. It Is further agreed that 'the United States shall enjoy in Tap the! following rights, privileges and ex emptions in relation to electrical communications: (a) Rights of residence without restriction; and rights of acquisition and enjoyment and undisturbed pos session, upon a footing of entire equality with Japan or any' other nation or their respective nationals of all property and Interests, . both personal and real, including lands, buildings, residences, offices, works and appurtenances. (b) No permit or license to be re quired for the enjoyment of any of these rights and privileges. Free Entry Exit Assured ' (c) Each country to be free to operate both ends of its cables, either directly or through its nationals. In cluding corporations or associations. (d) No cable censorship or super vision of Operation Or messages. (e) Free entry and exist for per sons and property. (f) No taxes, port, harbor or land ing charges, or exactions, either with respect to operation of cables or - to property, persons, or vessels. . , (g) No discriminating police reg ulations. - - 4. Japan agrees that it will use its power of expropriation to secure to the United States needed property and facilities for the purpose of elec trical communication in the' Island, if such property or facilities cannot otherwise be obtained. It Is' under stood that the location and area of land to be so expropriated shall .be arranged each time between the two governments, according to -the- re quirements of each case.- American property and facilities for electrical communication in the island are to be exempt from the process ot ex propriation. - The United States consents to the administration by Japan of the man dated islands in the Pacific ocena north of the equator subject to the above provisions with respect to Tap and also subject to the following Conditions: Must Prohibit Slave Trade ta) The United States is to have the benefit . of the , engagements of Japan set forth in the mandate, par ticularly those as follows: "Article 3. The mandatory shall see that the slave trade is prohibited and that no forced labor is permitted,, except for essential public work and services and then only for adequate remuneration. : "The mandatory shall also see that the traffic in arms and ammunition is controlled In accordance with prin--ciples analogous- to thosei laid down in the convention relating to the con trol of the arms traffic, signed Sep- FOR YOUR BENEFIT We have just installed the most modern X-Ray machine we could procure for dental purposes. With this new X-Ray to guide us we are enabled to diagnose your dental troubles accurately and proceed with the proper treatment. Here X-Ray examination is given without cost or ob ligation. Phone 5005 for appointment. frt0mmmm'. DJohn J. Sitkin Dr. Frank L. Sitkin niHo Washington and First Avenue. Opposite Phoenix National Bank; Phone 6005 EXAMINATION FREE! GAS ADMINISTERED X-RAY Same Phone 1387 IN OUR NEW LOCATION 218 .W. Washington Sf.' PRICES QUALITY We Feature Del Monte Goods. A -. For quality can't be beat. Eastern Salt Pork, v "I F Per lb.; AWV Swiffe Winchester Bacon, (n Per lb. eWUL. Sugar 'Cured Bacon 1 Qf Squares, per lb. - y Sugar Cured Picnic 1 fif Hams, per lb XULr Swift's Premium Box I Q Bacon f7U Swift's Premium Bacon , A) Per lb BUTTER AND EGGS Creamery Butter. 50C Ranch Eggs, AJ7 1 Per dozen ' Storage Eggs, A(n Per dozen Ui GUARANTEED 100 lbs. New Crop Re- JT QfT cleaned Pink Beans.... OOmtJO 5 Gallon Can Pure &4 Mesqulte Honey tJrVllJ M Gallon Pure Mesquite Honey Utll CHEESE Eastern Cream Cheese Per lb Swiss Cheese, Aftf Per lb fiUl Brick Cheese, QP Per lb OC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES We Make The Prices 10 lbs. California 9Sf Potatoes ,iO 3 Large Heads 10 Lettuce XUV 4 lbs. White Winter Pearmain Apples aVUli Bellefleur Apples. C0 H( Per Box .- I 1 Newtown- Pippin Ifl Apples, per box ,.PJU 4 Bunches . " fn Spinach JLUU Large Ripe Tomatoes, 1 i Per lb lvV 4 Bunches '1 fl Beets lvt 4 Bunches 10 Turnips ......... -L"C TOBACCO PRICES Star. 7f Per lb. tii' Horseshoe, 7P Per lb. Tinsley, QE?r Per lb OUi 3' Bull Durham, OKn Durham 2 George " OP Washington AlOC We can fill your order no matter, how small 6r how large. Plenty of parking space and courteous treatment. Send us your Mail Orders. Plarvin Smith Grocery Co. Phone 1387 218 W. Washington SU tember 10. 1919, or in any conven tion amending same. - "The supply of intoxicating spirits and beverages -to the natives shall be prohibited. "Article 4. Th . of the natives otherwise than for pur- k""" ' "ncrnmionai police and lo cal defense oi the territory shall be prohibited. Furthermore, no mili tary or naval bases shall be estab lished or fortifications erected in the territory. (b) With tespect to missionaries, it is agreed Japan shall ensure com plete freedom of conscience and the free exercise of all forms of worship which are consonant with public or der and morality and that mission aries of all tuch religions shall be free to enter the territory and to travel and reside therein, to acquire and possess property, ,to erect reli gious buildings and to open schools. Japan shall, however, have the right to exercise such control as may be necessary for the maintenance of publio order and good government and' to take all measures required for control. c) Japan agrees that vested American property rights shall be maintained and respected. (d) It is agreed that the treaties between the United States and Japan ' now in force shall apply to the man dated islands. (e) It is agreed that any modifications- in the mandate are to be subject to the consent of the United States and further that Japan will address to the United States a dupli cate report on the administration mandate. A formal report embodying these provisions will be drawn up for sig nature and will be subject to ratifi cation by .the senate. o . '. Davis Believes U. S. Will Build Boulder Irrigation Dam CContlnued from Page 1) tween Its development and that pro posed for the Colorado river. The secreta-y's declaration follow ed an appeai from L- Ward Bannis ter of Denver tn.t the "present em bargo on the Rio Grande be lifted." . Mr. Fall replied that some of the responsibility from appropriating larger amounts of water from the Rio Grande was due to dllatoriness on the part of the reclamation service in re porting on the amount of water that may be available after existing proj ects are supplied. He said he had rebuked the reclamation service for this. Mr. Fall said that under treaties with Mexico the United States was obliged to provide water to Irrigate a large area in that country from the Rio Grande ind that until it could be seen whether there was a surplus Blankets Blankets We have a large stock of Army and Navy Blankets, at the lowest prices ever sold in -Phoenix. - Also a full line of all army and navy goods. All goods sold with a guarantee of satisfac- tion or your money back. '., Mail orders given prompt attentionl . I The ARMY & NAVY STORE 34 West WahingtQn St. . . ; (The Old Hip Theater BIdr.)r; The Best At Amy race This market started Dec. 10th to use x Babbitt & Dcyle's Beef Baby Exclusively Our prices will remain the same. Quality and Price We Invite Comparison Baby Beef T-Bone Steaks, per lb Baby Beef Sirloin Steaks, . per lb Baby Beef Round Steaks,.' per lb. Baby Beef Prime Rib Roasts, per lb. . . . Baby Beef Pot Roasts, per lb. Baby Beef Rump Roasts, per lb SWIFT'S HAMS AND Swift's Premium Hams, per lb Swift's Premium Box Bacon, 1 lb...... Salt Pork', dry crystal, per lb. Picnic Hams, per lb Swift's Empire Bacon, per lb ...23c 19c 18c 15c 12V6c- e 15c BACON 27c 50c . ..... 17c ... 17c 27c Oysters, Extra Fancy, per doz , OO C Fourth Ave. and Wash. Fourth Ave. and Wash. over the amount that had to be sup plied to that country through the Klephant Butte pro'ect other devel opments could not be undertaken. o Arkansas Senator Says New Pact Is League Entrance Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Dec 12. The new four-power Pacific treaty was criticised in a statement issued to day by senator Robinson, Democrat of Arkansas, who said the new pact would take the United States into the league of nations through a Tear door." The treaty substitutes for the Anglo-Japanese alliance a league, or alliance, between the United States. France. Japan and Great Britain." he said. "Japan rejoices in the ar rangement because of this fact. First study Inclines me to believe that it affords a means for relieving the tension between the United State and Japan. The treaty will back us through the rear door into the outf chamber of the league of natl.s -. . . a sorry entrance ... for . under article IS of the league cove-i f nant, France, England and Japan am obligated to file the document.- w!2X the secretary of the league." . - o 1 Lawn tennis has recently become a craze among girls and young wo- men in China.. ; ro v Garlic is being used as a treatment for the cure of tuberculosis. Football is id to have been played in Japan as early as 697 BCi GIFT S ' that are different VAUGHN & -O'CONNEL 13 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH : Eat at the COMMERCIAL CAFE TODAY Price Fifty Cents Where Quality and Service have no equal. ; ' Open from 5 A, M. to 1 A. M. - , J FOR THE FOLKS BACK HOME Arizona Oranges or Grapefruit ; Send them the most delicious fruit that grows for Xmas. We will ship your gift in a fancy Christ mas pack. Prices F. O. B. Phoenix. ORANGES $5.25 $3.00 $2.00 Whole Boxes ., Half Boxes , Quarter Boxes . . GRAPEFRUIT $3.50 $2.00 Whole ' Boxes Half Boxes . . . . . Quarter Boxes Quarter Kfl HOT CAKES AND SYRUP "Something Saved On Everything" Flapjack Flour, package . J . . . .19c Sambo Pancake Flour, package 13c Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, package .... 17c Alber's Buckwheat Pancake Flour, package ..... ......... . . ... '. . ;24c Pure Eastern Buckwheat Flour, 5 lb. sack . . . 53c H. & H. Vermont (pure) Maple Syrup, No. 21 can .73 c Scudder's Syrup, full quart cant 79c (Made of Rock Candy Syrup and Maple Syrup). . Tea Garden Syrup, pint can " . . .34c Y2 Gal. Can 87c Quart Can .... 54c - Log Cabin Syrup, small size can . 27c Med. size can . .53c Large Can . . . ,99c ' SYRUPS FOR COOKING, XMAS CANDY MAKING, AND GEN ERAL TABLE USE Karo Maple Syrup, H-lb. pail. . . 23c 10-lb. Pail ..$1.19 Karo White Syrup, 5-lb. pail. V. 37c 10-lb. Pail .......69c Karo Dark Syrup, 5-lb. pail. . . . 34c 10-lb. Pail.. 63c BON TON SUGAR LOAF 31 East Adams Street North First Avenue "Something, Saved On Everything' PORAGE POT PAY'N TAKIT Fourth Ave. and Washington St. Grand Central Public Market Don't buy your Xmas Groceries until you see our special holiday items Watch for our Xmas advertisement. HALF ORANGES AND HALF GRAPEFRUIT I Whole Boxes .$5.00 Half Boxes $250 r BON TON PORAGEPOT ;V ?1 East Adams' St, V : Fourth Ave. and Washington St SUGAR LOAF North First Ave.