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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - November 24, 1912, Bakersfield, California NEWS ALU THE ONE PAGES 1 TO 8 35, NUMBER 36 NOVEMBER 24, 1912. FIVE WILL TESTIFY ON CAMPAIGN WHAT HE KNOWS OF STANDARD OIL FUNDS Pictures Are Placed Under the illustrating Crimes Are Not to Be Shown in November 23. William Randolph the noted will be called before the Senate committee Investigating campaign Standard Oil political gifts and congressional activities will be the line of Hearst's He will be asked for published letters between Standard officials and They will also enquire how the publications obtained alleged letters from the private files of Archbold addressed to Senator When Archbold testified before the committee he declared some of his letters had been stolen and some Associated November ' 23. From now on Londoners who wish to witness must go 1.o the These scones will be depicted no longer in moving announcement along with other prohibitions herald the return of O. A. Hertford to the office of public This however he will confine liis activities to judging the of moving picture As censor of plays Redford attracted much criticism and was frequently charged with This criticism is said to have influenced his same charge is made concerning his recently issued edict covering picture In particular liis prohibition of is One protestant points out that it is a splendid exam of inconsistency in a country which permits its bathers to appear on the beach in costumes which would cause the immediate arrest of their wearers in any part of the United Red ford's defense probably would be that he has no control over the bathers and colonial film particularly the methods are far superior to the view the now censorship with some Rodford received his appointment from the representative society of English film And while this is a private he will have practically the authority of a public for lie will work in co-operation with the London which has power to cancel tho license of any picture theater on a complaint in the opinion of the is Body of Man and Weapons of 6000 Years Pasha of Egypt Shot by Ottomans for ON S. P. REPLACE COMMON METAD DRINKING CUPS AND BE SHOWED IN Years the Prince Entertained Americans at on page 3.) Associated November 23. have reached here of the discovery near of a most valuable collections of which contained one of the dynastic implements and ornaments ever The tomb the remains of a man lying in the tho Egyptians not embalm their the body was nearly crumbled from the weight of a stone slab which had been dislodged from its position as the covering of the With the body were found a unique double-edged bronze sword in such an excellent state of preservation that the cutting edge remains several long arrow heads also in two gold hair and a lot of the well-known predynastic tomb was probably that of one of the warriors of the first during which period the use of was discovered in Upper According to this theory the body is about years MUSSELS November 23. The United States Bureau of Fisheries liberated today 90,000,000 small mussels in the Mississippi It required 50,000 fish to care for the larvae The mussel produces the shell from which the pearl button is Southern Pacific Company has given an 40,000 individual drinking cups of oiled which are to be on all boats and stations at the beginning of the new H. an has been place of the common meal drinking cup long in use on Passengers are to pay one cent each for them and they can be used three or four The cups will be packed in a narrow metal and the passengers can obtain one at any time by dropping a penny in a the government amended the interstate quarantine regulations to forbid common drinking is pointed out that California has no quarantine regulation on this but the railroad will make the change Wished to Cross the Egyptian Line to Aid Associated November 23. The news that Prince Aziz Pasha has met an ignominious death will cauBe a pang to at least fifty school teachers in the United States who were hospitably entertained by the affable Egyptian Ave years prince was found guilty of having shown the white feather at the battle of Kirk and was summarily we visited Athens and Constantinople in 1907," says one of the met Aziz He was cruising Jn his yacht near Corfu when we approached that town in our yacht When he learned that we were he insisted that we should all go aboard his The prince entertained us for three offering luncheon with rare I was greatly not only by his but by his intelligence as had a splendid library on board and called our attention especially to an automatic piano player as evidence that lie was thoroughly up to date and was interested in things No host could have been more kind clian he was to us during this Aziz Pasha had two sisters who frequently travel Central Northern sometimes visiting On trips wear the attire to this part of the continent instead of their native in Paris Twenty-one Years Ago by Mrs. FLIES 90 VISIT HIS Robert G. Fowler made a flight of ninety miles to Gilroy from San Francisco and called on his Fowler lias not made definite announcement of when lie will again attempt a flight from Los to Francisco via Associated November 23. A large annex has been added to the American art club at which was founded twenty-one years ago by Mrs. Whitelaw wife of the American ambassador to Great who was then American minister to France The addition almost doubles the capacity of the club and a dious tea and music room has been It. is Mrs. Reid's aim to extend the club's sphere of usefulness throughout the Ameri can colony iri Paris and to make the club house a center of activity of the American student life in this The directress of the club is Mrs. James Van Allen who came here from MAYOR BROKE DRY IS IS ARRESTED FOR ACTIVITY IN TO TRIPOLITAN to Go When Told it Made Them Liable for November 23 Micelli of this city is under bonds on a charge of aiding the Brewing and Ice Company to break the local option arrest of Mayor Micelli was due to the activity of Governor who ordered him to either resign or sever his connection a3 stockholder in the Micelli refused to do and in his fight against the governor was upheld by the city council He stated today that his arrest was a Associated November 23. Kitchener does not always use the mailed fist in ruling the that he has learned some of the native craft was shown by the way in which he prevented the Egyptian Bedouins from joining their brethren in Egyptian Bedouin is not compelled to pay taxes or to render the ordinary obligations of which in Egypt includes military Shortly after tho outbreak of the war between Turkey and a delegation of Bedouins General Kitchener and told him that they wanted to go across the border to the assistance of their hard-pressed fellows in The English general admitted with unexpected readiness that their request was but he reminded them by granting he would be creating a precedent which would make them liable for military service with the Egyptian The delegation withdrew and Kitchener was not troubled any more with requests for leave to cross the Government Makes Money Oue of Games at Waterway Chamber to Plan Similar to * I sador PEOPLE'S is to Place Loans Within Easy Reach of the | MODERN OF is the highest and best human ideal the world possesses the most is our motto and it is full of It stands for the high standards we have not only for our personal but the service back of the clothes we We serve by charging reasonable prices for good We want to serve you in a way to earn your belief in our We want to serve you as we would like to be Will you permit us to do Suits Men's Pants Men's Men's Shirts m s 1605 19th St. Phone Main 562 Will Be Attached if Not Paid By Monday Nov. 25. 23.An injunction restraining officers from putting into effect a rate increase was granted to insurgent Modern Woodmen of America by County Judge The headquarters of the organization are located in This decision affects a million members scattered throughout the The insurgents alleged that the head camp passed the proposed rate with less than a two-thirds i is the last day to pay both city and county and if you have not yet attended to this im- i portant duty it will be well for you to visit County Tax Collector Day at the courthouse or City Tax Collector A. Weaber at his office on Chester between Wall street and or to visit them hotly if you have property both inside and outside the city You should visit them if you only have property within the city for both the officials will have a whack at you in that If you do not pay up before close of business tomorrow a penalty will be added to the amount of your is usual the nearing of the last day for the payment of the taxes has caused a rush of business at both County Tax Colector Day is almost literally snowed under with checks and He has been too busy to deposit and big bundles of the paper that will draw casli into the county's coffers when presented at the lie stacked on the safe in the An almost equal rush has gone on at although his territory is not so great and the volume of his business is Approximately 350 people in the city have not yet paid their a large proportion of the number living in East connection with the payment of taxes it is of interest to know that eight of the big corporations pay more than half the taxes in the The Kern County Land heads the list with about and the Standard Oil Company comes next with The Associated pays about and the Southern Pacific still contributes to the county's although the separation of state and county taxes takes out of the county's hainds all operative The Southern Pacific's large holdings of oil lands ia the main reason for its heavy good many people probably will be surprised to learn that a gold Yellow the next largest lutap of property on which the county lays At least it ranges close to the Tejon each of which pays somewhere around or about more than Miller The Santa with about is the last on the list of the eight and the total of all their taxes is about -o to out of a total for the entire county of about remainder of the total tax is made up in large part by large oil and all of these facts are worth while taking into account in connection with the proposed good roads Associated November 23. The government is of the opinion that the state does not get enough out of the gambling and accordingly has evolved a scale tax on the product the and other amusements practiced in the watering places of gross revenue of whose is less than will be called upon to contribute 15 per cent to the state and 15 per cent to the local from to 25 and 10 per from to 35 and 5 per cent and above 45 and 5 per and secured 254 electoral votes to 42 for Wilson has more electoral votes than were ever cast for all the candidates combined in any election up to 1892. opponents divided only the increase in the number since gained victories Michigan and where constitutional amendments conferring the chise upon them were was the only candidate to carry his own He also carried the states of both Taft is the first time Massachusetts has gone anti-Whig on the presidency since time out of Associated November 23. In connection with Ambassador Herrick's suggestion for establishing a system of land credit banks in tho United it is note that the Chamber of Deputies will also be called upon to consider a extending the system of land banks to small commercial and industrial The plan is based on the association of small dealers among the action of the State being directed toward stimulating their that end in the government will confine itself to favoring the creation of people's banks by simplifying formalities and remitting in proposes to put at the disposal of these banks the greater part of the sum advanced by the Bank of France by virtue of the convention of 1911. The first degree of credit for the small dealer will rest on the mutual guarantee which will give to the signature of the least of its members a negotiable Bills endorsed by these associations of be discounted at existing but the gradual disappearance of on page 3.) ASKED BECAUSE DIE AS DOCTOR November 23.Because ho did not die as William a has brought suit for against Dr. G. H. Rohrer He alleges that the doctor told him he was suffering with cancer of the stomach and would live only a short so he sold his business at a sacrifice and waited for Waiting soon became tiresome and he consulted a who found that he was ia perfect Not the First to Sweep Country With Small Wilson is not alone among his predecessors in failing of majority in the popular vote while commanding an enormous plurality and most of the electoral the time when electors have been directly by the people John Quincy Adams in 1824 gained the presidency without a majority either of the popular or the electoral James K. Polk in 1844 had nearly two-thirds of the electoral but a minority in the popular Zachary Taylor in 1848 was outvoted by the Democrats and Free Pierce had nearly of the college in the Democratic sweep of 1852, but a popular majority of only 63,00,0. 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