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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1913
Notes of a Week in Society and Fraternal Circles of District
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-AUCTION BRIDGE PARTY
Mrs. A. E. Hurst entertained intor
Tnaly' a party of sixteen last Monday
evening In honor of Mrs. Ed Ward A.
Castner. of Prescolt. Auction Bridge
was the entertainment provided, nd
Mr. C F. Philbrook won the ladles'
prize, while the gentlemen's prize was
won by Mr, Will Solomon. Dainty re
freshments concluded the evening,
which was ono of a series of delight
ful affairs given In Mrs. Castner's
honor during her visit hero with bar
sister, Mrs. Will Solomon.
Plan Chafing Dlth Supper
The Women's Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian Church held their
regular meeting on Wednesday after
noon In the church parlors, the new
president. Mrs. George Bridge, pre
siding. Plans were made lor a chafing-dish
supper which the ladles
will serve on the evening of Frldav.
April the twenty-flfth, from half past
five to half past -seven.
A Small Suffragette?
Mr. and 'Mrs. D. H. White are re
joicing ovct-tna .advpnt of a girl
baby, who arrtvcdlast -Tuesday even
ing. She Is the second young lad
who hasrae good tasto to choose Bis--bec
Mjrtke,-D. IL. White home for a
" Entertained at Bridge
"tsirs. C. F. Philbrook entertained a
number'br her-friends -at ridgo on
last Thursday evening.
' Mrs Gibson was the winner of the
ladles' first prize, and Mrs. Solomon
won the consolation prize. The gen
tlemen's first prize was won by Mr.
Solomon, while Mr. Mollis received the
consolation prize. Gitosts who en
joyed -Mrs. PhlibrookB hospitality
were Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. Mr. and
Mrs. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson,
-r - -M..O htpVao T.Tr. nnd Mrs.
Ttilr. "Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Bledsoe.
33r. and Mrs. F. J. Bledsoe. Mr. and
Mrs. Conolley. Mr Tind Mrs. Coovor,
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess. Mr. and Mrs.
Hollis. Mrs Castner, of Prescott. Mrs.
Wolfork, of Little Rock. Arkansas.
Mrs 'Flora, Mrs. Moore, and Mrs.
A pleased and profitable meeting
was held by the Catholic Ladies' Al
tar Society and St. Catherine's la
Saclety on Thursday afternoon. In
(he parlors of the Knights of Colum
bus Club House. Tho regular routine
business jot. both, "societies was dis
posed of' aSlSUiejf ladies devoted the
rest of tilt? afternoon to -sewing and
pleasant Sbat Tho ladies announce
a card party at the Knights of Col
umbus Hairqn the evening of May
second. Itofcesauients were served
at the close ot"4ne meeting by the
hostess of the dar., Mrs. .Eckler... .
flora on'Thursdav, April- tenth.
Cards were the feature of the enter
tainment, and dainty refreshments
added to tho enjoyment of the even
ing. , Luncheon.
Mrs. Paul Buckwalter entertained
twelve ladles at luncheon at
nnnr, last Mondav. Mrs Bdward A.
Castner was the guest of honor and
after the luncheon tne iaoic spsci ure
afternoon playln? auction briase
A DUPLICATE PARTY
.. v-irrar1 A Castner was the
honor guest at a duplicate party given
by Mrs. Frank Bledsoe on last Tues
day eening. There were four tablos.
Piano selections were played by
Miss Patton and Miss Snell wfclle
the guests enjoyed the refreshments,
.which were served by dainty joung
The Knights of Columbus dance oa
last Thursday evening was a meat
enjoybIe affair. There were no dec
orations, but If 'tis so that "the orna
ments of a house are the 'guests who
frequent It," then certainly the fair,
wholesome ydung girls' In their sum
mer shlmmoijrig gowns were orna
ments of which any house might be
proud. Guests to the number of 4
couples participated in tbe party.
Trult punch was served during the
MRS. HURSTS GUEST
5 Mrs. F. Wilcor, of Syracuse, New
York, arrived In Bisbee on Thursday
.afternoon for &n -extended visit with
oer friend, Mrs. A. E. HursL
; Mrs. Edward A. Castner, who has
teen the bouse guest of her sister
Mrs. W. Solomon for some time, left
Thursday for her home in Prescott.
En route she will visit friends Jn Tu
bn for a few, days. Mr. Solomos
accompanied her sWter to Tucson, and
is also visiting friends in that city.
' LEFT TUESDAY
Jjlr. If. ILvMfen le. 'Bisbee on
Tesda"y .for IVescoli
One of the( events of the season
was the party jglYOT on. Frt&jJ even
jng by Miss Riley and the pupil of
fier private school,' in the old opera
house. The Htfle beets and hostesses
Had long anticipated ' the event, and
had prepared 'Xorajhor xmtertafnraettt
of Ihijlr guests with that wholesome,
happy pleasure, in such preparation
fhat belongs Jto youth They had
written every c-ne-ot the exgufsiteiy
penned Invltafocs themselvest Jfee
grls had decoratodthe dancing pro
grams with daInyJwater-coler sketch
es; and they ail had a hand" In the
elaborate decoration of the halt,
whose color scheme was purple and
white, the school colors. There were
really two parties. From hair-past six
to half past seven the wee folks were
entertained, musical game and, re
freshment' bd(ng the pastimes om
p'loyedrto make them happy. The
they wcn home and to bed aa wee
fplk should, and A eight o'-clook the
elder suesU -of ttfe school appeared,
with radiant faees and clad In tlirtr
jtettlest clothes. Brennan's Orches
tra furnished the magic for the danc
LADY DE CLIFFORD, WHO ROSE FROM SHOW I
n, GIRL .TO SOCIAL LEADER, TO WED AGAIN
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A very qniet but Interesting wedtfmc which will,, fake, ojace this
month In London is that between LadvaJe CaiSor'ono Ar'hui -Sievk
lidy de Clifford was one of Seymcur "tjjeks- nri?e WatU(f' eeral ol
whom carried peers. Modest and ! ttractive tn mannar he captivuu-c
tho lata Baton de Clifford and in 1906 they were married ,
ing and a colpred maid served fruit
punch from' a -table decorated in
purple and white pansles. There were
148 guests present, and it is safe to
say that at the close of the evening
148 young people of Bisbee went
homo happy; though tired. Miss M.
Johnson and Messrs. J C. Adams and
Harry Gillespie assisted Miss Riley In
the direction of the young people'3
efforts to such happy culmination.
Tbe Ladles' Aid or the Methodist
church held their regular bi-monthly
meeting In :the church parlors on
last Thursday afternoon. It was ue
c.ded to hold a membership contest,
and for this purpose the society was
divided into two companies, the. Red
and the Orange. Mrs. C. W. Allen Is
leader of the Red, Mrs. R. II. Coch
ran of tbe Orange. The contest will
close the latter part of May, when 'he
losers will give a supper to the win
ners and the new members. It uas
also decided to admit gentlemen to
honorary membership In the society,
and to give an entertainment occas
ionally to promote sociability among
the members. Tbe last business
meeting of theyear will be held the
first Thursday in June, but the ladies
will continue to meet once a month
for sewing 'and sociability.
WOMAN'S CLUB PARTY
Tbc members of the Woman's Club
were hostesses on Friday evening at
a bridge party given at tbe Club
house. Guests of the evening were
the husbands of the members and the
four young ladies who have assisted
with the music during the year. Cut
flowers forced the decorations, and
a chafing dish supper was served.
Mrs Wattles and Miss Patton won the
f rst prizes, and Mrs. High and Mr.
Juliff the consolation pries.
Y. M. C. A. BANQUET .
The Board of Directors of tbe T
M. C. A. gave a banquet at the Cop
per Queen hotel on Friday evening to
the workers in the recent financial
campaign. Besides the goodies .pro
vided -fer the inner man, there was a
feast of reason and a flow of soul.
Mr. Hodgson acted as toastmaster.
Among the- various guests who re
sponded to" toasts were Mr. Phil
brook, Mr. Losak and Mr, McKee.
They spoke of" the good to be'derivei
from membership in. the various ed
ucational classes now forming, of
plans for more -effective work for
he future, and on other; phases of the
work. There is a prospect lor, a very
successful year 'ahead of the T. M.'f
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
Tho regular meeting of the Woffl'
an's Club will be-held 'on next Friday
anernoon at three o'clock at
MAY DAY DANCE
Invitations are out for an informa'
May Day Dance to be given by the
Ladies of the Episcopal Guild on the
evening of May 2. -Miss Sbadbolt,
Mlas Patton, -Mrs. Burgess and Mrs.
Pearce are the committee in' charge,
' Mrs. E. J. Fiannlgan entertained
the Auona club from two to fHe one
! afternoon recently, la honor of Mrs.
;vuse ol uui;3go, wuu is vihihu& jiiet
Reed, and Miss I. M. FresdVich who
is Miss Anglus' guest.'-"A' defectaSle"
luncheon waw served in the 'latter
part of'tbe afternoopr 'i
The Auona club,-a' group of twenty
four, young ladles .who' meet for the
study., of ' music 'apd' literature will
hold 'tbejr next meeting on Thursday,
at the nome of Jjrs. .Reynolds.
TO GIVE HAY RIDE.
Y. W. C A. elves a hayride party
to Warren Ranch. "Tuesday April 12.
Girls will carry lunch. This is not
for Y. W. girls only, anyone desiring
to go can. communicate with Mrs.
Miss A. Suttey gave a reception at
the Country Club in honor of Mrs.
Susan NemlcJi, who will leave Bisbee
soon, after ,haingilied here 15 years.
Mrs, N'emlck Is popular both in loung
er and older sets and many entertain
ments have been given Ver She has
been employed in the Phelps Dodge
Storo for the past eight 'years, at
present being employed as time
keeper. The most important event in the
lodge world this week will be the
nShety-third anniversary celebration
of the founding of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows. Bisbee lodge
No. 10 has made elaborate prepara
tions for, the celebration.
The celebration will be held at the
local Odd Fellows ball on Saturday
night. The complete program for
the entertainment has not yet been
maee. jtat tentative plans call for
one of the most elaborate celebration
that has yet been held by the lodge.
These Include a number of talks, reci
tations, special musical features and a
banquet at the lodge. The ceremon
ies will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
I As each lodge will celebrate the, an
! nlyersary it is not-expected that there
will be any out of town members je
attendance... but it Is sure that th
bid lodce room will 'be. crowded with
the entire -Membership of the War
i Among the
named Is' that on 'anniversary, ' con-
ajspng ornt. TJoupiantj. Albert jtica
ards, W.'O. Johnson and F. C Var-o.
"For the Rebeccas the following com
mittee has been-named: Mrs. L. Snod
,fxsb, 5jr8 William Tonkins, Mrs
thbiSchuch and Mrs. R, Champion. These
cordmlttees are now actively at work
arranging r for the anniversary cere
Th'o Grand Lodge meeting of the
tale of Arizona -Independent Order
of Odd Fellows wi&tfTheld at Tempe
beginning tomorrow and the- large
delegations from Bisbee, both of tbf
Odd Jeilo-s.and-thi Jltcfcekabs wll!
Jeye .today for'-the convention city
Thed'ercgites to the-crand lodge are:
E. A. Watkins. J.-H.-Jaes, A. Hughei
and: J White.. Fr'-fhe -Rcbekahs th
following, rs-,the jlelfation: Mrs. L
Sncdcrasa'Mra:' El-Jl. Watkins and
'Mrs-- BlairrVMYsSTMaud Perry', grand
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LISI OF EVENTS
Official Prognil" for Sleeting
of Arizona Elks State O
ganization Povides "Three
Dars Riot of Fun.'
GLOBS. April 18. The of3cial pro
gram for the 'Three-Days Riot of Fun-
to take place in Globe April 24, 25 and
ZG, dates of tho Elks Reunion here,
was completed by tho local Elks last
night and arangements for the great
est three-day celebration ever held it
the southwest are under way today.
Copy Is being .prepared for the
Jim-Jam-Gems,"' which Is to be the
ofHclal publication of the Reunion,
nnd from early Indications tho people J
or Glebe and some twenty thousand
visitors will be presented with one of
the most interesting at-d unusuai
newspapers it has ever been their
fortune to read. '
Here Is the official, program which
tell3 Its own story of what may bo
expected during thtxre-unlon:
d a. m. Receiving and registering
of visitors at Elk's home.
930 a. m. Band concert at band
10.00 a. m. Presenting of keys to
the city by Mayor G. W. M. Caryll.
followed by speech of welcome by E.
W Rice. - -
11:00 a. m. Grand parade.
1:!0 p. m. Band concert on Broad
2:00 p. m. Reception at Elks club
rooms. Followed -bj-jmatiaeo at EUcs
4:00 p. m. Baseball game, Clifton
.ou p. m. Bana concert.
o P m. Diuuira eaiua ui uic
state eunion association. Ladles re-
ception and card pariy at Elks club. ,
sunn ., t.. ,1? vicQ 7-45- Subject-Freedom for free-
S?30 AtnHn1;nnlt'd0In8 Sake'" SPe FWT
a 30 a. no. Auto 'trip to Roosevelt. ..i. i'.t i r- -c i -m.i ni-
10:00 a m.-Band concert. r" " n ? .P1"8 class
1 to 2 p. m.-Street sports. feets J"es- at,?,Irs- ?1 .?
4:30 p. m.-Ball fjame, names 'ater s church will unite in the Union
9:00 p. m. Grand ball at Palaca Revival meetings to be conducted by
Auditorium, for Elks and ladles cnlr. . Hamilton and Leonard in the near
9:30 a. m. Band, jconccrt,
10:30 a. m. Street sports on Broad
street. Fat man's race, 200 lbs or
over. Thin man's race. Applicants to
oe passea Dy juages. su yard aasn. vicn nan every aunaay morning at
Elgs only. 100 yard' dash. Free for all 11 o'clock. To these services the pub
amatous. Boys .potato ace. under 12 lie is welcome -and cordially invited
years. Sack race, .free for all. Girls' to attend. The subject for Sunday,
ace. 50 yards. undeV 1C. Broad Jump. April 20, 1913J1 is "Doctrine of Atono
Elks only. , ment."
p. m. Band concert. Awarding
of prizes ofr tallest Elk. shortest Elk.
fattest Elk, leanest Elk, homeliest
Elk and youngest Elk.
3 p. m. Band concert.
4 p. m. Baseball game
7.30 p. m. Auto parade, street Il
luminations and confetti battle.
Ono of the most successful dances
held by a local lodge thi? season was
that of tho Woodwen's Circle, last
night at Fair Hall. The dance was
an-unWue one and all agreed that the
a most novel and pleasing idea.
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ftceus ursaii Baiiic-wus at me ua.i
nnil In a olini'4 4lm(t 4kn 1-ilrv ii 1 n nn fln
was crowded with the "rubes."
Around the walls were corn stalks
and farm produce and the platform
upon which the orchestra was seated
was seated was decorated Ith straw.
?"PlC8,me,r, r,? 'r ?. T;1
sion. High boots, straw hats and
linen dusters were worn by tbe men.
men uuai e wuru u, """.
gingham and wore -poke" bonnet A
feature was tbe musical program
which tnumbered many old country
tunes, such at "Turkey in the Straw"
and the rest Regulation country
uHui-e eru u, xuk u. evening. Study class Friday even-
was merry and it was late before the.i ? i i.. a , ,r
dancers had time to partake of the
excellent refreshments served. It
was much later before the last of the
rubes returned to the "hay."
Ascension day will he observed by
Bisbee Commandery No. 4. Knights
Tcuplar at tho Presbyterian church
on Thursday evening. May 1. Tho
Knights will assemble) at the Asylum
at 7 o'clock and go from there to tie
church. Tbe address of the evening
will. he delivered by Rev. Fry. Special
musical features have been arrange!.!
Following the church services a baa-,
quet will be served at the Masonic
temple. This will be followed bya
reception. All Masons and tbe public
generally is invited to attend tile
church services.. .
Ladles of Macabtcj. "
On May C the Ladtes of tbe Maca
becs will hold a dance at Fair hall.
This will be one of the regular month
ly dancoa of the' order that have prov
ed .so successful throughout the winter
season. Refrehsments will be served.
The next initiation of the Elks
lodge- will be held about the- middle
of May. Fifteen candidates will be
Initiated. Tho ceremonies are highly
Important In that it will mean that
the local lodge has passed the 00
mark in membership., The initiation
fees ' of tthJIoeaU order hae (recently,
been raised, butHtiVannaal dues have
feen reduced. y
" The bronse tablet that will be
olaced in front of the Elks home
commemorating the erection cf the
present ouuamg, nas not yet arrived)
though it Is believed that It will be
here for the commemoration ceremo-
rnles to be held May' 4.
Tbe Knights of Columbus will be
the hosts at a reception In their club
house on next Wednesday evening
Their guests will be, the wives and
sweethearts of the members.
The entertainment committee has
not divulged Its plans for the oc
casion, but there will be a short mus
ical program, refreshments, and pos
sibly a little dance at tbe close ut
Fraternal Brotherhood 432 hejd a
very interesting meetlns Wednesday,
April 16. with a nice crowd In attend
ance. Alter the regular business of
tho Lodge was disposed of a commit
tee of two yellows and two reds was
appointed to arrange for a social
dance to be given April SO. The
proceeds of which are to go to the
entertaining fund for the winning side
of the contest which will be closed
in June. Time Is growing short, you
had better come up and bring your
yellow or red coupon. If you are a
member in good standing and haven't
a coupon come to Lodge and get one.
We wish to announce to the Pub
lic that we have installed an up-to-date
Soda Fountain in connection
with our Candy Store, and are now
ready to serve Ice Cream and Soft
WILSON'S ICE CREAM PARLOUS,
Mrs. Wilbur Cone of Chicago, house
guest of Mrs. T. B. Read, has returned
to her home.
Sunday .school 9:46. Prea-img ser-
vlcell:0; a. m. Sublet "Leaven,
qn.ot.i m,i.in ... i.m.
christian Character." PrPachinr srl
E. G. Deckor, Pastor.
Christian Science Services.
The Bisbee Christian Science Ho
ciety holds services In the Medigo-
English Lutheran services will bo
held at the Lutheran church at Low
oil at 3:15 in tbe afternoon. Subject
off discourse "Salvation through the
Grace of Jesus 'Christ." Sunday
school at 4 o'clock.
CARL E. GUE.VTHER, '
Reorganized Saints Church. '
Tombstone Canon opposite Warren
Laundry. Sabbath School 2 p. m.
&". & ISBi
lecture from Mr. Gooding. Profof,
'Science of the Central school at 7:45.
P. m. on educational lines. Come and
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, Ume Perfnltn
First Baptist Church. j
CnnJtiit mnvnlniv Ct1MiJ r-rtlirttl fit
w7h T2 pSd,:
A 4 fountain of Perpetual Youth" ;
Sunday evening. Young Peoples un-
jon at 6:45 ied by Mrs. J. Hayes. t
Preaching by tho'pwtor at 7:45. Sub,..
ReTchlng Heaven by Gods Plan.
Prayer service Wednesday evening at
7:45. Missionary meeting of t he
Aid Society, Thursday 2:30 p. m. 11.
Y. P. V. social at the church Thurs-
lnc 7.45. You and your friends are
cordially Invited to worship with us..
Strangers are specially welcome. I
J. XV. EPPERLY. I
St. John's Episcopal Church. 1
Sunday school 3:45 a. ra. Evening
service 7.30 p. m. Wednesday Choir
practice. 7:30. p. m.
E. XV. SIMONSON.
' -, Rector in charge.
J?' ?"!!& 'MOSSMAN BUYS 50OO
xauiL-19 ate rAwucii.i t-i"oj .- ...
mild an gentle in effect. Glv them
a trial. For sale by all dealers Ad
TELL IT TO YOUR NEIGHBORS
If you are ono of thoso fortunate
women who have found relief through
iho iic of T.vdla E. PInkham's Vege
table -Compound, from tho dreadful
suffering Incident to some female de-1
rangement, tell of It to your neighbor
whom you hear complain of dreadfu'
backache, bearing down pains, dizzi -
nss, heacach- irregularities, ner-
vousnes and despondency und when
fho finds relief In nature's remedy
for woman's ills, as thouwnds of oth-
er women have, she will bless yoa
for telling her about 1L Advertise-
fmenr,..f -; f, ... . . -
Wants yonr transfer work, at
reasonable prices. Prompt ser
vice. Phone 50,
UNSIGHTLY HI HADE BEAUTIFUL By THE-
USE OF HIO'S HERPIGIDE
Many ladies are. and many more
should be, ashamed when they look
in a glass and see their hair.
The condition of some is almost a
disgrace. It simply shows that while
they may be scrupulously neat in
every other way. they ate careless
about their hair.
Thin, scraggy, wispy hair generally
indicates dandruff which Is duo to a
germ. Newbro'a Herpicide will re
move tho dandruff &nd keep the scalp
clean and healthy. This permits the
Lair to grow naturally and luxuriant
ly and to take on that gloss and
beauty which always folicavs tho In
telligent u.e of Herpicide. That an
noying itching of the scalp which al
ways goes with dandruff stops almost
with the first application.
You may sometimes be offered
"something Just as good" but you
will bo better satisfied If you Insist
Our line of Refrigerators is this season's latest ratterns and have
trcy improvements over tho old lines. See ours before buying.
Your Credit is Good at this store
Main Store El Paso, Texas. L. A. Killian, Mgr-
Masonic Bldg., Main Street
For Quality and
For The Flower Beds
We have an abundance of i.'ch dscnycl e.rlti. The
finest fertilizer to be had for flowers, trees, grass,
etc. Prices reasonable.
THE TRANSFER MAN
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All Sizes, Made to Order
H. E. WOOTTON
PLUMBING 8l TINNING
CATTLE IN SONORA
DOUGLAS April 18. Final papers
relative to the purchase of 5,0H) head
of cattle by Captain Frank Mossman
from the Gabullondo brothers wore
completed In the offices of Judge D.
A. Richardson this morning. The ship
ment of tbe cattle will commence, in
tbe near future, to be sent to Montana
ranges to fatten for the fall market,
The Gabullondo ranch Is situated
; about 12 miles south of Douglas on
'the Mexican aide of the line.. The
ranch has several thousand acres of
axxi for which a purchaser is being
sought The Gabullondo brothers,
WOo have been in the tattle business
for gome year8 intend to sell out all
j MesIcan holdings and leave the
ncjt for good.
The reason for thlsl
I was not given.
' Captain Frank
known In this 'city, where ho 'was
formerly stationed as captain of the
Arizona ranges. When he left thei
service some few vears ago Captain
Mossman entered the cattle business
in which ho made a fortune In t few
years. His Home Is now In Pasadeucsnt producers of oil.
upon having the original dandruff
germ killer, Nowbro's Herpicide. It
you wish to try this scalp prophylac
tic send 10 cents in postage or sliver
to The Herpicide Company, DepL R.,
Detroit, Mich You will receive a
tamplc size bottle of Herpicide and
a booklet telling al! about the care of
the hair by return mail.
Newbro's Herpicide Is sold In 50-
cent and $1.00 sizes at all drug
land department stores. Applications
obtained at the better barber saopa
and beauty parlors.
But a trial isn't necessary. There is
j no guesswork about 'ew ore's Her"pl-
ciue. just uuy a uuiue auu una iu
The results are sure to be better
than you expect- Furthermore, sat
isfaction Is guaranteed and should it
fail to produce the results claimed
your dealer will return your money.
We have just received the
most beautiful line of Brass
Beds that we, have j"et
shown. They are all new
patterns, the latest out.
Don't fall to see lb em.
fc-ySw VS7 SUfcJS. fc.
Prices in Watches
Redesigning of Carburetors
Providing, ic is learned by a commit
tee of the Xatioual Association of Au
tomobile Manufactures, that the sup
ply of gasoline is likely to diminish
and Increaso In price and that kero
sene or some other fuel is necessary
to save the situation, it is the- Inten
tion of the National Association of
Automobile Manufacturers to call tho
engineers of tbe various automobile
companies In conference and have
them redesign their motors or car
buretors or both to meot conditions
and use kerosene.
Th committee appointed to Probe
the subject consists of tifrad'Rcei'csi.
Lchairman. ,IL D. Chanin? Hudson V&G-
weTf'tor company, and A. L.";Pote, Hart
ford. This committee Is Known ia
have interviewed scveraj of " the irT-
flucatial directors of the Standard
Oil company, and before concluding
Its labors and making a report wlll tat
tervlew several prominent" independ-
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