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   Morning Sun, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1925, Yuma, Arizona                             WEATHER (By AssooJfttfsi fiilr i day mid Saturday, rxrv-it j tied portion. Sinn warmer today. VOLVUE 20. COTTON cotton 21.00. Imr slher 69 1-S, copper 14 7-S. THE .HOKXIXG .St'.N', YCMA, FK1DAY, XOVKMIiKR (i, STATES I More Than Million Americans to Be Relieved of Taxes WAYS AND 11; RAISES mm EX Wf-vSU AND BY Non-Partisan Reduction Program Will Benefit Those of Small Incomes; Surtax is Cut in Half While Slash in Normal Tax Will be From One Third to One Sixth Off SOLONS -EXCEED MELLON'S RATE CUTS (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Nov. 5--Removal of more.than million individuals -from the "federal income-tax rolls by increasing exemptions, and widespread reductions in these levies were voted today by the House Ways and Means committee as the first actual step iif -its proposition for a new rev- enue bill. _..'-.. The income-tax exemp- tion figures agreed upon were for single per- sons.and 53500 for-heads of fam- ilies, compared with S1000 and in the present law. Other changes decided upon in- clude .reduction of tlie maximum surtax rate from 40 to 20 per cent, reduction of normal rates from ANTI-SALOON Propose Bond Issue of For New .High School Structure tate s Cotton SACRAMENTO, "Nov. 5 California Co-operative Crop. Re- porting Service today estimated that California's. 1925. cotton crop will aggregate bales. In A bond issue of for the construction of a new additional high school building to accommodate '.Jl'l'the rapidly increasing attendance, which now numbers auoH-'on. H was ebuumLeu tnat j i i 111. ,1111 Lower California, Mexico, win pro- will be voted on at the school election to be held nditions'iri Yuma Union High school district, it was decided by weeks, Vgri-i the board, of trustees in cultural officials pointed out, baa Tweeting here. Besides in rim rlovolnrmipn t of t.Tin duce 70.000 bales. Favorable weather cond luring the past two in the development of tho v sufficiently to indicate the: I lima, tile election, in- resulted fQlf'CTOp extent "of the crop. The forecaGt the United 'eludes the school districts states as a whole is of Fairview, Somerton. Al- bales, as compared with the pro- ameda, Crane. of bates year, and bales last two ?1000 of taxable income, Crom 4 to 3. per cent on the next CHICAGO. Noy. of the progress of prohibition in_ the Unlted_ States and survey of plans to make It more effective began tonight at Chicago temple in the "Enforcement Crisis" convention of the Anti-Saloon league. All aspects of the enforcement question were covered by surveys by congressmen, federal and lo- cal officials and judges, religious leaders and leading educators and representatives of .the Anti-Saloon league. Tomorrow the convention pauses for memorial for those killed action In the war on prohibition officers and" local of- fir.Iflis killed In lino of dut.v. The convention also will hear tomorrow the renorts of n .con- gress'onal commitIPP to ho settled to this" winter on j north of Sheep Tanks in 2 to per cent the years ago. and from 6 to 5 per cent on the rest. Increase of the limit 'of the, exemption allowances for depen- dents from 18 t years, in cases dents from 18 to' 21 years, in case favored as wab retention of the present 25 per cent in taxes when applied to earned incomes of 000 or less. their InvestipaHnn situation Stntes niul fhr> stnluq cation lOEd.slation and through Canada. DEEDS OF RECORD Lode claims Resolution Kos. 5 aud 6 were filed on yesterday by J. M. Worthington, K. S. Yowell, and J..Lacy Harper, in'Kofa min- ing district one and a half miles .............north of Sheep Tanks in Alamo the en-! mountains and 27 miles south of in Ihe United I Vicksburg. Black Eagle, Black o> Bute and Smyrna No. 2 were filed conditions on by the same group, in the same vicinity. of Sunuyside, Cibola, Rood aud Gadsden, The nroposed new building will add facilities for 300 pupils, The ir.eseht.. number "rjuiIdiiTg "ami ITTe That San Francisco man who j An exchange tells of a new-born married three grass widows that weighed 38 pears to be a vegetarian. tho iceman's scales. In line with the modern accept- ed theory of beginning. early with the physical development ot the child and combining his exercise with play of competitive sort that arouses and maintains interest in the games as well as in the school nr organization witch fosters them, the Yuma County Grammai School Football league opened its season auspiciously on Yuma H: gridiron yesterday with a gridiron battle between Yuma and Somer- l.on elevens in which Yuma emerg- ed victorious by a. score' of 19 to 0. Somerton, however, put up. an ex- cellent game; and had the breaks' been different, the score might have been otherwise. Dean. Yuma fullback, was easily the star fo the game, while .Som- erton's quarterback w.hose name got awny when lie did, but not his memory 'to those on the Yuma team was the stellar performer for the valley footballers. Fully 200 spectators witnessed the game, including a goodly num- ber' of grown-ups. Yuma devoted itself to a campaign of line plunges and runs, while the Somerton boys displayed a penchant for alternat- ing long and short passes. agricultural build'ng are now seriously overcrowded, aud the av- increase of attendance is 13 per cent annually, records for the nveral years indicate. The now structure will contain 10 class rooms and a spacious auditorium. The. auditorium of the present building will be remodeled into class rooms and a study hall, if the bonds are adopted. The proposal is to erect the building on the present high school site. The subject r-ns been given serious consideration for some time by the board of trustees which consists of n. .lohnson. .Mrs. Grace J. N. Johannsen and E. K. Denn. w.'tb John Doan as cie-h. The honds proposed in tin1 olec tlon call number 150 of each interest at n rate not to per cent per annum, payable sjmi-annuaUy. the irst bonds payable in amount of 515.000 eleven years after date vith -to be paid e.-Kh year hereafter until the issue is liqui- dated. The date set is the same as that 'or the Grammar school ilecMon h Yuma district. No. 1. and voters vlll'cast their ballots in tins dis- trict at 'the same, time aud place on both issues. In each of the other districts, .he voting places will be 'lis- trict- school house. School districts voting, with the hnllot reserved to those who have J paid county or state taxes upon j property wherein their districts, community property taxes entitl-j ing hoth man and wife to vote, and the judges named to preside in the: election are the following: No. I (Yuma) Mrs. W. K Mc- Iflu-e, Mrs. J. H. Westover, Mrs. P. T. Robertson. j. Mrs. W. H. Bolton, Mrs. A. W. Graves, Mrs. 'A. T. Finch. No. 11 (Somerton) Mrs. Fay IK Humphries, Mrs. A. W. Franlt- i. Mrs. Z. Stedman. No'. 12 (Alamo-da) Mrs. H. Frau- enfelder. Mrs. M. Cummins, Mrs. iidney Johnson. No. 13 (Crane) Mrs. A. Cox, BRIDGEPORT, Nor. 5. fluipmnn, notorious lost his fight for Ills (oilay when (lie state su- preme ooiirt of Connecticut, in a decision luinitad down lierc, held that, there was n_o error in the decision of the lower court eonvicling .him of mur- der of a policeman fn Bntnin, October 12. 1924. (Idle for his execution lias been s'cl for Ileceni'ier HARD-TIME DANCE WILL BE GIVEN BY NEW SPANISH SALOME, Ariz., Nov. Wick Hall of and garage man" who also, incidental- ly, operates the Tvell-known Blythe ferry, 'tis to see "the tail wag the dog" In Yuma county. He is peeved that settled Southern end of the county is ob- taining its good, roads before the unsettled northern end whore ho holds holds forth or what- ever It is that he holds. Now Dick Wick Hail shows hla peeved attitude by wanting to get Salome and environs divorced from Ynma county and annexed to Ya- vapal. Somehow he has the Idea that by tying up with a county that has less good roads Salome and tern, Dick Wick the 'act that everything is arranged to give his end of the county the highway system It wishes and probably should wants to "jump tho and he cites the American Declaration of In- dependence and other well known od the perfection of its road sys-1 The Spanish-American club, newly formed' organization of the younger set of the Latin colony of Yuma, will make its debut before the public Sunday evening In Evles hall. They will' give i "Hordtime which prom ises to.be a gala affair. Many are already getting ou documents to support his conten-1 their "tackiest" clothes. Serpen tlon that "e pluribna unum" or! tine and confetti will fill the air whatever it is he is trying to sup-, "Doughnuts" and th FAILURE OF CALIFORNIA ARIZONA TO AGREE ILL El POSSIBILITY OF DEVEOPING RIVER, m SAYS Washington Solon Speaks Bluntly at Las Vegas Dur- ing Banquet Presided Over by Governor Scrugham of Nevada; McNary, Kendrick Substantiate His Stand NEVADA FAVORS BOULDER CANYON SITE (By Associated Press) LAS VEGAS, Nov. was sounded to-., day by United States Senator Wesley L. Jones of Washington that unless California and Arizona settle their differences there will not be any development of the Colorado river. This statement was made during banquet tonight in Las Vegas, presided over by Governor J. G. Scrugham of Nevada. "Unless Arizona and California get" a com- mon basis, the Irrigation and Re- clamation .will report no Senator Jones declared. Similar warnings, although less blunt, were sounded by -Senator Yuma Kiwanis club held its ,r -rir -n T weekly luncheon in the Southern Mr. Leslie Lawler, Mr..W. D. Tate., pacific dining room yester- day from to o'clock, the usual hour. R. N. Campbell was presiding officer of the day, and -lugo B. Farmer was in charge of No. 14 (Sunnyside.) Mrs. Jack Huffman, Mrs. M. Forman. Mr. C. E. Yarwood. No. 18 (Cibola) Mr. R. M. Hiatt, Carrie Bishop, Mrs. S. J. Blair. No. 22 (Laguna) Mrs. Clara the music. Mrs. W. J. Dunne was t the piano. Mrs. Ray Priest and Mrs. Ramsey, Mr._G.__P. Schneider, Mr. j'w'Balsz.rendered several very charming solos, each of which won Erskine, M. Gall. No. 25 (Rood) Msr. W. P. Coop- er. Mrs. H. H. Harmon, Mrs. L. Hohbs. No. 32 (Gadsden) Mrs. A. Clark, Mrs. J. H. Haynes, Mrs. J. T. Gutnrle. Quite a bit of the time of the __ luncheon was devoted to a discus- sion of what to do with the drink ing fountain on Main street. The matter was finally referred -to the Charles L. McNary of Oregon, chairman of the committee, aud by Senator John L. Kendrick of Wy- oming. California. Nevada and Arizona senators all expressed the hope that the states affected will settle their differences. Nevada favors any plan for dev- elopment of the Colorado river that is equitable to all states' in- terests and believes that Black canyon popularly known as Boul-: der canyon, is the most feasible location for a dam. Governor Scru- gJarii today told the Senate com- mittee. The polls will be open between welfare committee. the hours'of 10 a. m. and C p. in., R on November 2S. Coglan. Yuma County COTTON (By Associated Farm advisor, made a very inter- esting on tho "Farm Bureau" and its work. He stressed the fact that the. Farm Bureau is doing a great work in organizing the far- [renrr.il ml- mers the country into a corn- ton market closed steady at net which is working for advances of 35 (o 54 points. better methods on tho farm and Futures: Jan. 20.48-20.50, Fell living conditions and homes Mar. 20.04-20.0'J, May for tll_ farmers. Jul. 19.S5-19.OT. Jfcw Orleans spill riiltou 19.S2. YESTERDAY'S "VTEATHER DISEASED ALIEN MEXICO WITH BOY Data furnished by U. S, Weather Bureau Highest temperature............ 6i Lowest temperature 4f Normal highest this date........ 81 N'ormal lowest this date......... 52 Deficiency for day __........... 10 Deficiency for month 2i Excess since Jan, 1 14J Excess since Jan. 1 0.4: Highest, wind, miles per hr, 1J Sunshine per cent possible 101 Relative humidity, per cent at 6 a. Xoon G p. m...... DEATEPLOT WPED1N Nov.. -week of; nation-wide exultation over thej" success of the Fascist regime in: restoring Italy's .power and unity was brought to" dramatic conclu- sion today with the official .an- nouncement that Benlto Mussolini :he premier, had heen an assassin's bullet hy a timely, police coupe yesterday morning. 'Mussolini was to have heen shot down., tho police aay, Tito ZanihonI, a former Unitarian-so- cialist deputy, as. he stood on the halcony of "Chls'l -palace reviewing the parade ot Fascists celebrating the anniversary of the victory over Austria.' This act vraa to havo been the culmination of several weeks of conspiracy engineered by a group of- socialists and free masons, but the police stepped in yesterday with the- arrest of sev- eral of the alleged conspirators. Indian hill was the scene of ,in interesting and thrilling ceremony last night when Ishkoobah Camp- fire Girls met, reorganized, and Initiated new members. Margaret Nordahl, Mabel Cnoror. Porfirio -Morales, who was taken into custody by the local Immigra- Uon officor October 6. will be taken to Mexico by Immigration Inspec- tor Blunkcnshlp on Friday, Novem- ber 6. by automobile. There Mor- all's will be joined by his fnur- year-old son and rloportod into Mexico. Last, night's affair is regarded ns Morales was arrested by the Im- strong indication of the renew- m.gra_j0n office in Los Angeles spring and released on his re-cognizance while awaiting BEFORE THE COURT James "Wong paid fine for speeding at 30 miles an hour on Third-street, which Judge S. F. Stanley in police court estimated was cheap ai 66 2-3 cents'a mile. ed and increasing interest in Girl Scout organization work, and it is predicted that before tho .holiday fjfporL.itinn to Mexico, but he was season there will be organized up in Yuma by the local ot.'rer ramps throughout Yuma ,VJ_P died Wilma Ham, Elsie Sleadman. Mar-] county. .Marked interest i? garet Wallace and Ruth BiiPhman shown by applicants for member- were the initiates in the pictures-; ship In the various groups already que ceremonial, and Mrs. Barlow; oreanizcd. and the excellent on- Hlncls group in port. honor. of Wepcmachick Campfire j thnslasm aroused by the loaders In of tho valley was guest or 1 the movement, in this county is ex- two local comedians, will be on Dlick Wick Hall does not carp hand to dance the "Charleston." t .-Following tho Initiatory ipeoted to result in a much wld 3 aml vlcinily will be able to get more Ynma county to Ynvapa! county. for the nonce whether ho derives -Music which will make the oW gram, a business his main reputation from the Sa- feol young and the young feel gay. wjf Rt.iel lome. Frog, Sun, Dance or what. na.? been secured. ,Ha is after another result now and open at 8 p. m. that Is tho arinetfatlon of northern j Los Angeles office October 6. Mor- hospital of a deadly and disease, leaving a four- year-oM son who has since heen relatives in Los Angeles. .Morales was found to he afflict- '..J wiih this disease, so he was .ilaec-i in an isolated cell in the ruiinty ja'1 lo safeguard The health of Ynma valley people. roads, nr something like that. Hav- ing waited until the settled part of Yuma county has almost reach- Hack of a "1925 Declaration ot' Independence." which the editor (Continued on Page -1 Sec 2) membership. Trenchofrt At last night's entertainment. The doors will! presiding. Miss Pheola Harvey, and her The Ishkoobah group was for- mother acted as hostesses to the __________m___________ jmerly conducted by Miss SruNe gathering. Their guests were d TT_ Olnssen. H has. been reorganized lighted with their Free verse is probahl} so called or Mrs H> tcnuhihtert with the st-rv- Lett. of and a native CARRIAGES Pirtle, 2S, nl Los Angclos liospltnli'y. r.nd a native of Texas; and Connie because It Is usually fres from rhyme and sense. faculty. Holh are colored. Judge DePaqucttfi of Yuma High school ing of dainty refreshments in flu; of i' Hurvey homo late in tho evening. II. Smith officiated. Th" Yuma N'ntionnI bank's fine new building at Second and Main Is attracting much att.en- Mon ns it noars completion and stands ns a monument to tbe RPW of tb-3 rity. Several of the sfnrp rnnms are now completed, and yesterday the ten- encnned in settling in now quarters. MnrtfriiErp Guaranty and Sec- T'IV oo.npnnv. finance, organ.za- i'on wMrb. heretofore V-ad its of- In (lie old Yuma Nation SI bank building diasonaljv opposite the Mllfioe.-fca? its new loco- Ton nfilnin'ne oankin.s: room F-nRlf drug store la ppttinpr fixture.1; Into shapo on tho and Kftchersi'l' pnlby and Ammons and Or. Shio have already transfer- g their professional effects into their splendid suite of offices up- stairs. The other offices are being rapidly finished and will soon be ready for occupancy. The last of the fixtures equipment for the banking room o Yuma National bank are expected here by November 20 and will be promptly Installed. January 1 Is the date set for occupancy of the new bank home. Program of pub He reception is now being planned Inspection of the structure la evidence that the banking instltu tlon has spared no reasonaMe am proper expense to serve its patron and make tho institution a cente of Yuma valley's financial actlvi tics. The odifico is In Itself a' expression of the faith the ban officers and directors in this cit and valley.   

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