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EL PASO HERALD
14
ITiursday. Dec 9. 1920.
PAVING PLANS WILL GIVE CITY
NETWORK OF BETTER STREETS,
ENGINEER TELLS COUNCILMEN
STRF.KT nr.proemen jut com-ptf-fd,
now jn progress or to be
started eoon. will give East El
F !o a net work of hard surfaced
-"ftts, vastl imprc-ing road condi-
t in a part of the city hitherto
larking in that respect, according to
T c Stewart, city engineer.
Pacing of "Wyoming street from
VTA aiTs to Piedras street from
iK-e of 10 blocks, and upon mlcrh
work is reaching final stages, is list-
f' as most important of the improve
.. m pans. The paving now being
u'i will connect on the end with
-fn t Wyoming street paving at
v. illiams street, and with the Piedras
-ret.i paii.g on the other, giving a
on; muoiisly pavd thoroughfare
-nr, t: e I u:ness district to Five
v- .-1 !- and will relieve congested
-.- . ror-d t'ons on East Boulevard
vi :.t .i streets, thoroughfares
-i- V .tning.
Paving of Rivera street for eight
blocks at its extreme eastern end.
and just completed, cuts the center
or a section near u astrmgxon rarK
heretofore without hard surfaced
White Oak street, to be paved from ,
Piedras to Stevens street, is Impor
tant because it reaches a well settled i
I Mexican Senate Gioes
j A ngeles Family Pension
Mexico City, ilex., Dec. . The sen
, ate, after enlogixina- Gen. Felipe An
I ireles. former Villa leader, as one of
o: upsetting your irver
GIVE HUNGARY
FUNFKIRICHIN
BY NEW TREATY
Vienna, Austria, Dec 9. The Funf-
kirichin district. 105 miles southwest
of Budapest, which was awarded to
Hungary by the peace treaty, has
been declared the reoublic of Bar an! a
roads. As a result, a hard rain madet under tne protection or serDia. wnicn
road ays practically impassable ior
sschool children, nrost of whom were
compelled to walk to and from their
home.
East San Antonio street, paralleling
Rivera, is now being surfaced with
caliche, and will serve to further al
leviate bad road conditions in a
thickly settled part of El Paso. The
caliche surface, costing hardly one
tenth as much as paving, la hard and
durable. Mr Stewart says. The ca
liche surface will be a continuation
of the paved, downtown thoroughfare.
Frutas and Duraano. streets paral
lel thoroughfares, likewise will be
surfaced with caliche- from Piedras to
i"nma ctroAtx sri-rinar rood road w avs
-.r. cttnns now without them, and w. F. Reynolds and wife are here
netting at either end with paved . anead 0f "Robin Hood." to be heard
promises military aid In event that
Hungary attempts to occupy the dis
trict, according to dispatches from
A gram today. The action followed
extended conferences between the
Belgrade government and the former
Hungarian ministers. jastu ana juina
ner, the dispatches said.
ROBIN HOOD TO
BE SUNG HERE
BY AMERICANS
Appetite Keen
and Bowels
Relieved
or stomach if you will
Carter's Little JLOM IfcHJi
Liver Pills.
Foul accumu
lations that
poisoa the
blood are ex
pelled from the bowels ard headache,
dizziness and sallow skin are relieved.
Small Pili Small Dote SetaB Pries
IITTLE
iVER
I Pi LI
j adopted a bill providing for a pension
of six pesos dally for his daughter
and two sons nntil they become of
star ft. The children, who are now
New lore, were orpnaneg wnon men
father was shot late last year after
being captured by Carranxa forces,
the shock killing their invalid
mother.
A n 36 lrrAt IHseOUnt.
jk bV f nr nnr Cataloar of SDeclai prices
and place your magazine Biioacnpuuu
j with The JSi 'aso aeraio. aut.
Kodak Finishing. See Gacdara. Adv.
C Li
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THE IDEAL ELECTRIC HEATER
C I V(I 15 CCVVETlKTST Height abent IS Sncfer. irrlsht ku than
10 paaads. CXAXO la Xeat aae Csenn u dtrt. no scut, no smoke.
I. WO la FRAGRWT seranse ef Ha deeoezisias rap. CUAXO
is SAMT1RT it vrasfcea the air. CI.A TO U a esnMned
HEATER. COOLER. FAX. HAIR DRIER. DE
ODORIZING, HI M1IIKIER and AIR WASHER.
CITS THE COST USEFCI, AT AM. SEASONS.
INCREASES HEALTH. OOKPOHT, KH-FICIBXCY.
Call and Let Vm Shan- Yea.
Gem Electric Company
C13 San Asttettt St-
I
TMeMsJl
Kill That Cold With
"OSES
OSCAR Q QUININE
FOR
CMt, Coigns
AH)
La Grippe
HegJected CoJds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep thai gtnnrfarrl remedy handy for the first aassse.
Breaks rrp a cold in 24 boars BeBevea
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Qrrhnae b tins form does not affect the head Caaczra is best Toe!;
Laxative No Opiate in H0fa
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
In El Paeo three days, December 25,
! and 27. at the Crawford theater.
The opera, written by an American,
is sung in English by an all-American
cast and Mr. Reynolds says all the
chorus is made up- of girls who have
had college training and mnsieal in
struction in some of the best schools
of the country.
He represents the Ralph Dunbar
Productions, of Chicago, the same
company also coatroling "Carmen,"
which will be sung here by Ameri
cans in English, at the Csawford. on
February C 7 and 8. "The Chocolate
Soldier" and "The MIkada" are other
productions controled by thia com
nanv. but the latter two are not
booked for this year.
The San Francisco, Denver and Los
Angeles critics give high praise to
the "Robin Hood" company and its
presentation of the opera by Regi
nald de Koven.
Handball Gambling Is
Popular, Women Belling
Madrid, Spain. Dee. S. The execra
tions ottered by the indignant base
H. 11 r.n xEKinit the nnlucsrr or awk
ward player in America are as gentle
ronrmurs compared with the epithets
hurled by the occupants of the gal
lery at the contestants in the game
of handball in the playgrounds of
MurlriH "Rosme!" "Thief!" -Convict!"
"Idiot!" are some of the mild terms
with which the p layers are greeeieo.
when they miss a ball or send it hack
in an easy position for the opponent
to play it.
The reason for this excitement Is
the prevalent betting. In which the
women spectators participate as much
as tue men.
REALTORS TO GIVE DINNER
FOR NATIONAL SECRETARY
The real estate board will give
dinner at the Toltec club Tuesday
night in honor of Tom IngersoU. of
Chicago, secretary of the national
board. Plans also are being made for
the entertainment of Fred Taylor, of
Portland. Ore., president of tne na
tional board, who will be In El Paso
early in January on his way to At
lantic, Ga, where he will attend a
meeting of the national executive
committee.
A local representative yet to be
named will attend the state meeting
of real estate boards In San Antonio.
December II and 14. at which time
the proposed model license bill will
be discussed and Its passage urged.
ARMED THUGS
RULE MINES;
IS CHARGE
Indianapolis. Ind. Dec 9. Declar
ing that Gov. John J. Cornwell
"knows hundreds of armed guards,
thugs and gunmen are employed by
coal companies of West Virginia" and
that he "dare not deny this is true,"
William Green, international secre
tary treasurer of the United Mine
Workers of America, has issued a
statement replying to Gov. Cornwell's
statement made public Monday.
Mr. Green asserted that men still
suffering from the attacks made by
private guards had been taken to the
governors office at Charleston. W.
Va. Mr. ureen s statement in part
follows:
"The alleged statement of Got.
Cornwell of West Virginia cannot go
unchallenged. He Knows nunoreds or
armed guards, thugs and gunmen are
employed by coal companies in West
Virginia. Laboring men who have
been the victims of the brutality of
these guards hav been presented to
the governor. They were brought to
his office in the state house so he
could see their bruised bodies and
broken bones.
"Men whose bodies 'were bandaged,
still suffering from attacks made by
Baldwin-Felts detectives, and who had
been beaten into insensibility and left
for dead, were brought to the gover
nor as living exhibits of the murder
ous attacks made by private guards
employed and paid by coal corpora
tions in neat Virginia.
"These are Incontrovertible facts
and cannot be dismissed as lying
propaganda.' The governor dare not
deny this is true."
SPBCXAX care should be exercised
in the planting of trees. This
Is Sadeed true when planting
on the men or highland districts
where, under naiural conditions,
trees are not common. The plant
ing hole should be dug sufficiently
large to accommodate the roots
without crowding. Eighteen Inches
deep, by twenty to thirty inches
square, is toe size of the hole gen
erally dag, but will of course de
pend on the else of the tree. All
badly bruised and broken roots
should be removed before planting,
as they are of no valve in gather
ing food and are excellent places
for the harboring of disease.
Carefully straighten and spread
roots about nolo so that all space
will bo utilised to best advantage.
Good drainage Is Tory necessary.
See that there is no basin below
the tree roots which will hold
water. A moist soil is necessary to
proper growth, but a puddle or
soggy soil endangers the tree's
life.
Let em Howl Let Jem Howl
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
NOW GOING ON
y3 OFF
oa My Mat k tfcc fcewe. Notfciag reserved, aH go at &e suae daceaaL
ONLY BRING THE MONEY
Now jm know tfcat we sefl tie fiet cleftes is El Pass always fer lest We have
proved tfck te yt lately. Wbb e&er Merchant seld clotbet at Mgk pikes ear price on
clothe was as law as before At war.
THINK THIS OVER
Way should you go te aay e&er sale when yea can pewtiTely get a sat or orerceat at ear
store Mch better goosk at tbe biggest disc seat? Yoa kaew bs weM eseagb to know that
we de Mt grep 007 soft aad OTerceats or bay them for a sale.
Our Sean-AsM! dearie g Sale k Hie always as basest cleariag sale of ear regular stock.
1 APE ON ANY SUIT OR
73 UFF OVERCOAT IN THE HOUSE
V4 Off on Any Pair of Pants in the House
We MtaraMy wS be very btuy, aad we want our many castesers te get tbe pick of oor
isiTHif big stock se aWt delay a raiaute to pick oat what yea waat We will even lay
a suit or overcoat away for yea as yoa might want one for a Christmas present.
200 WARSHIPS
COMPLETED IN
MONTH OF JUNE
Washington, D. C- Dec 9. Nearly
20ft warships, including one super-
dreadnaught and 98 destroyers, were
completed for the American navy dar
ing the fiscal year ended last June
30. and more than 100 others, includ
ing 11 superdreadnau ghts and six
great battle cruisers, were building
at that time.
This is shown in the annual report
of rear admiral Daid W. Taylor,
chief of the bureau of construction
and repair, to secretary of the navy
Daniels, made public today at the
navy department.
For continuing work on the ships
Duuaing. aamirai Taylor estimated
that $119,000,00 would be required
during the fiscal year beginning next
June 30. This compares with 359.
000.000 last year and is the largest
total ever proposed by the American
navy m peace time for continuing
construction. It is explained by the
fact that work on many of the craft
authorized in the T9is building pro
gram was halted during the war.
Admiral Taylor's report also dis
closes that the navy department Is en
gaged in developing and construct
ing new types of aircraft, including
great rigid and semi-rigid airships
and seaplanes similar to those which
undertook the trans-Atlantic flight
last year.
With the delivery of the super
dreadnaught Tennessee this year by
the New York navy yard, the first
line battleships with the Atlantic and
Pacific fleets were increased to 18.
Besides the destroyers added to the
fleet last year, other new ships com
pleted included lit submarines. 45
esjrle boats and ten mine sweepers.
In addition, s number of naval tugs
were delivered.
Besides the 11 battleships and six
battle cruisers building, there are un
der construction ten scout battleships,
71 destroyers and 47 submarines.
Admiral Taylor devotes part of his
report 10 tests conducted with some of
the German submarines turned over
to the United States for experimental
purposes and says on the basis of
these tests that "on the whole then
vessels could not be said to be su
perior in design and capabilities to
corresponding vessels of the United
States na y.
Oliver Twist's Gruel
" House Is Closed
London. Kng.. Dec 9. St. George's
workhouse, just sour n ox Lonaon
Bridge, where Oliver Twist had the
audacity to ask for a second helping
of thin gruel, nas oeen ciosea oy tne
poor law authorities and tbe Inmates
have been transferred else wnere.
The grjiel of which Dickens' child
hero and his fellow sufferers par
took, was made in a d-pper cauldron,
which 1 to be presented to the
Southmark Borough Council's museum.
JURY TOLD OF
PROTECTION IN
LIQUOR SALES
San Francisco. Calif.. Dae . Prom
ises of Harry Brolaskl. a broker, to
secure permits from the prohibition
enforcement authorities to withdraw
whiaky from bonded warehouses and
offers by him of protection figured
in the trial of Brolaskl. Douglas
Newton and Jules Gamage, on a
chars;, of conspiracy to riolata the
prohibition law.
N'ewton and Gamajra appearad bi
the conspiracy as lesser lights and
Hugo K. Asher, Brolaskl's chief coun
sel in the case. tos a participant in
one plot, according to government tes
timony. Newton withdrew. whisky on several
oMuioni. it waa testified, selling
some of It to Harry Marnuard, a res
taurant keeper recently sentenced to
six months imprisonment for selling
liquor to his patrons. Marquara tes
tified that Brolaskl promised him
"nmtrilnn" sad told him to devote
ten percent of his liquor profits to the
"Democratic election fund."
Fred A. Anderson, of Keno. testified
that Brolaskl got him a wholesale
liquor dealer's permit from govern
ment authorities and that Newton
sold him two barrels of whisky which
he took to Bans Is his automobile.
Newton said Brolaskl and Asher would
bail htm out of jau u ne was ar
rested. Anderson declared, but ad
vised him to treat "like any highway
man" any government authority who
triefl to search his car earoute without
a warrant.
Brolaskl ones waa a well Known
fleure in the raebur world and form
ally operated and controled books at
the Juarez trau.
CHINA REFUSES
TO RECOGNIZE
SOVIET RUSSIA
No Sale caa toacb oar prices.
We sot tbe foe.
No oflc caa asdertefi hi.
Make hi prove it.
296-21 . Saa Aatoak.
We Fll Mai Orders Right Right Away.
Let em Howl Let 9 em Howl
SEND MAGAZINES
FOR CHRISTMAS
An Opportunity to Save Moaey on
Maay Desirable CeeaMnarlMS.
The Kl Paso H raid 1. the South
west's clearing house for magazine
subscriptions. Magazines make ideal
Christmas gifts. This is your op
portunity 10 take advantage of the
special prices listed below:
Review of Reviews. Children's Mag
azine, and Little Folks. S.T3.
Woman's Home Companion. Ameri
can, and Collier's Weekly (to one ad
dress), asja.
Modern Priscilla, McClure's, and
Metropolitan. S3 .
Review of Reviews and Century or
St. Nicholas. fCTS.
Review of Reviews and American
Boy. SSS.
Collier's Weekly and Review of Re
views, S&S3.
Modern Priscilla. People's Home
Journal, and McCall's. s-l.se.
Review of Reviews and Atlantic
Monthly. &S3.
Woman's Home Companion and
American (to one address), sus.
Review of Reviews. World's Work,
and Pictorial Review, afkss.
American and Collier's Weekly (to
one address).
Modern Priscilla, People's Home
Journal, and Today's Housewife, sue.
Century and St. Nicholas, STjttO.
Collier's Weekly. Pictorial Review,
and Metropolitan (to one ad
dress). KLSO.
Review of Reviews and Christian
Herald. &o.
World's Work and Pictorial Re
view. ajLoa.
Review of Reviews, illustrated
World, and Youth's Companion. SeOS.
Popular Science Monthly and Re
view of Reviews, fO.js.
Review of Reviews. Oman's Home
Companion, and Collier's Weekly (to
one address). S4.75.
Metropolitan, t iclortal rcevlew, ana
Review of Reviews t to one ad
dress). 07.20.
Christian Herald. Elude, and Re
view of Reviews, OSJO.
Delineator, Everybody's, and Re
view of Reviews (to one ad- i
dress), KM.
Review of Reviews. Youth's Com
panion, and McCall's, aa.75.
Modern Priscilla, Review of Re
views, McClure's. and Metropoli
tan, Sje.
World's Work and Review of Re
views, S7.SS.
American Magazine. Collier's Week
ly, and Review of Reviews (lo one
address). 07.33.
Review of Reviews and Etude. S5-Od. ;
Today's Housewife, Boy's Life, and
McCall's. S3.73.
Scrlbner's Magazine. Review of Re
views (one year). S7.23.
Youth's Companion and Review of
Reviews. &0.
Harper's Magazine and Review of
Reviews. S7.2S.
Review of Reviews and Forbea. S6.75.
Modern PrlsUHa, Metropolitan and
Travel. 07.23.
Modern Priscilla. Christian Horald,
and American Boy. 03.73.
Send our orders to H H- Frla. Cir
culation ilanafrer El Paso Herald, Ei
l'aso. Texas Adv.
Pekis. China. Dec S. Russians In
China are having a difficult time to
establish their status and rights sines
the Chinese government severed re
lations with the legation which rep
resented us government oi tne kus
3lan emperor Nicholas. This left
them without representation, since
the Chinese government has not es
tablished diplomatm relations with the
soviet government of Russia.
The eondtion In which the Rus
sians are r-'.f by this turn of events
is illustrated by the faet that the
military governor of the northern
province of Manchuria has asked the
Chinese government whether Russian
orrenaen are iiaow to tw ueain pcu
alty like the Chinese, since the gov
ernor understood Russian offenders
were amenable to Chinese law.
The question was referred to the
Chinese ministry of Justice and the
foreign office for consideration.
In an effort to solve the problem
of the standing of the Russians now
in China, several unpolitical orga
nizations hi Harbin. Tientsin and
Hankow have asked the Chinese for
eign minister to appoint: a Russian
admlniatratoT to have control of Rus
sian affairs in China. They ask that
Russian councilors be appointed to
assist Chinese commissioners in cen
ters where there Is considerable Rus
sian population.
The Russian petitioners requested
that legal cases affecting the prop
erty or personal rights of Russian
citizens In China be left to the de
cision of Russian courts in conformi
ty with the Russian code.
10-Year Race Monopoly
Granted Al Tia Juana
Ban Diego. Calif. Dec. . An
nouncement has been made that the
Mexican federal government has
granted a ten year exclusive race
track concession In Lower California
to tbe Lower California Jockey club.
The concession was awarded by
Gov. M. Baterezo about a month ago
and was then forwarded to Mexico
City for approval of the federal gov-enement-
This approval was returned
yesterday and the concession formally
granted.
U. S. And Japan Exchange
Regrets Ooer Wounding
Washington. O. C Dec a. Expres
sions of roaret have been exchanged
by the Jspaaeae and American gov
ernments over the Incident at Tien
Tain, m March. 11, which resulted
In the injury of an American soldier
and a misunderstanding between
Japanese police officials and the
American consul general. . the state
department announced last night. The
announcement added that a "satis
faetory settlement had been reached.
JUAREZ C OF C WILL GIVE
DINNER TO EXCURSIONISTS
Memben of Fence and Pi ogress ex
cursion to Mexico are to be guests
of the Jaares chamber of com roe
at a dinner gtrea at tne iwno
Juarez, axisraar evenmg at wwk..
according to CamlUo ArgueUea. as
sistant secretary of the Juarez cham
ber of commerce. The dinner will be
given In recognition of the work of
tbe excursionists In promoting closer
commercial and friendly relations
with Mexico.
Catarrh
Of The Stomach
Is Dangerous
"Thousands Have It uid Dont
Know It," Says Physician.
Frequently Mistaken for Indi
gestion How To Recognize and
Treat.
At The
II jjwlriral
I
HITE HOU
Wonder Friday Hats
At Half Price
Friday
Christmas
Gift Certificates
Are Ready
An old-fashioned Wonder Friday Hat
Sak of new fashioned millinery. Piquant
haU that were destined to take a promi
nent part in Holiday festivities. Exclu
sive models which represent tbe
exquisite millinery for which the
White House Mfllioery Salon is
famed throughout the West. Not
one among them that k common
place. Choice tomorrow.
Price
At
Many a pretty hat owes Ha beauty to
its artistic veiling. That way fls
make such aeceptable Christmas gifts.
Veils from home and abroad pries very
nroderately.
Noontime
Lunch
While shopping downtown drop in
at the Y. W. C A. Cafeteria, SIS
East rrankha, for hmeh. Splendid
food.
Christmas Sale Of Street Boots
For Women And Misses
All our high grade walking boots from America's foremost footwear
makers continue on sale for the balance of Ae week.
Walking boots in black, russet and Ha
vana brown. All taken from our regular
high grade lines. Reductions average $2
to $5 on the pair. All sizes and widths.
).00 Boots,
Xmas Sale,
17.15
$10.00 Boots,
Xmas Safe,
S7.95
12J0 Boots,
i Snte,
(15.00 Boots,
Xmas Sab.
11.95
$17.00 Boots,
Xmas Sale,
13.55
J18.00 Boots,
Sale,
9.95
S1&50 Boots,
Xmas Sale.
10.75
1435
$20.00 BooU,
Xmas Sale,
15.95
Main Floor Booterie
Soe of Children's Shoes on Tiki Floor.
snBnwaunnnuK' BaTannnwf
lannwIenvenwSt "SmwBjennnnw&r
THE PRACTICAL GIFT IS APPRECIATED
Then is an appreciation about the practical gift that is unequalled
by the gift that is bought for ornamentation alone and among
practical gifts for close friends and relatives what more appro
priate than a Comforter in pretty colors or a pair of woolen blank
ets sale prices prevail on these.
Little
Plaza
ii MuniuHitiiiEia
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Phone
4580-
"The Christmas Store Of Service'
SEE OUR AD OF PARIS IMPORTS ON PAGE NO. 8
Thousands of people suffer more or
Uss constantly from furred, coated
tonftue. bad breath, sour burnina
stomach, frequent vomitlns;. rumbltng
in stomach, bitter eructations, gas,
wind and stomach acidity and call it
indla-estion when In reality their
trouble is due to gastric catarrh of
the stomach," writes a New Tork
physician.
Catarrh of the stomach la' danger
ous because the mucous membrane
lining of the stomach is thickened
and a coating of phlegm covers the
surface so that the digestive fluids
cannot mix with the food and digcjrt
them. This condition soon breeds
deadly disease in fermented, un as
similated food. The blood is polluted
and carries the infection throughout
the body. Gastric ulcers are apt to
form and frequently n alee is the
first sign of a deadly cancer.
In catarrh of the stomach a good
and safe treatment Is to take before
meals a teaspoonful of pnre Blsurated
Magnesia in half a glass of hot water
ss hot as you can comfortably drink
It. Tbe hot water washes the mucous
from the stomach walls and draws the
blood to the stomach while the blsu
rated magnesia is an excellent sol
vent tor mucus and Increases the ef
ficiency of the! hot water treatment
Moreover the Bis orated Magnesia will
serve as a powerful but harmless
antacid which will neutralise any ex
cess hydrochloric acid that may be in
your stomach and sweeten its food
contents. Essy. natural digestion
without distress of any kind should
soon follow. Bisurated Magnesia Is
not a laxative, is harmless, pleasant
and easy to take and can be obtained
from any local druggist. Don't con
fuse Bisurated Magnesia with other
forms of magnesm. milks, citrates,
etc, but get It In the pure bisurated
form (powder or tablets), especially
preoared for this purpose. Adv.
HAWAII TRADE
AND REVENUE
AT HIGH MARK
Washington. D. C Dec. f. Hawaii
had an exceedingly prosperous pros-
rBTOus year, lara-ely as a result of the
Iffh price of snsax. Got. C J. McCarthy-
announced fn his annual re
port made public here today.
Savins bank deposits jumped tre
mendously with as increase of ap
proximately 50 percent, to 15.807.7t8.
Federal internal revenue receipts of
Sll.927.545. the Unrest in history.
i showing an increase of more than 1(H)
percent. Exports ana imports exceed
ed those of any previous year by al
most $39,000,000 with an aggregate of
$168,0t3.451. imports amounting to
ftt,2S3.C47 and exports. $104,779,804.
As proof of the rapid development
of the Island commerce. Gov. Mc
Carthy says the gross tonnage of all
vessels arriving was 5.430,974. an In
crease of 1.97v,771 tons. The reve
nues of the territory would be great
ly increased by the Hawaiian rehabil
itation bill now before the United
States senate after passage by tne
house, according to Gov. McCarthy.
but if defeated It would be necessary i
to increase jocai taxes.
One of the main purposes of the
bill Is to put back on the soil the na
tive Hawaiian, of whom there are
now not more than 40.000 compared
with 400.000 when the islands were
discovered by Capt. Cook.
American Admiral Given
Warm Welcome By Jap
Pekln, China, Dec 5. Utmost cor
diality marked the exchange of visits
between admiral Cleaves, commander
of the American Asiatic fleet and
Gen. Tui, Japanese commander in
Tsingtau. during the admiral's recent
visit in that port. A special dispatch
reaching Peking laid stress upon that
feature of an otherwise formal event.
Dinners were exchanged on board the
flagship and at the principal hotel.
Gen. Yul in proposing a toast to the
visitors, referred in disquieting re
ports concerning relations between
the countries represented and ex
pressed the conviction that tbey were
due to misconception by an unin
formed element both in Japan and
America.
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YAVAPAI PAYS
1920 TAXES IN
FULL TO STATE
Phoenix. Arlx Dec 9. A check for
$374,600 has bet n received by stats
treasurer H. S. Ross from Yavapai
county as that count? 's payment of
state taxes for the first half of 1920.
Yavapai was the first of the 14 coun
ties to pay In full to the state treas
ury the tax tund due December 15, it
was stated. Cochise county paid JC50,
000 of the S4rtn ttflfi due later in the
mouth and Maricopa county bad made
partial payment in the cum of $155.-00
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