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NEW VORK CITY
3-lver, 48 741.
We A thWr
and Arlzpn 1".
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRES8
VOL. 18, NO. 91.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1915.
v CHICAGO. Sept. 11. Pour men
ami a woman were arretted In
I American Citizens. Joining Armies nf Rallidorr,,
, uwno, wiu ci zxuv c jLwot yiLisensnip in trie U. o.
- , .
PRICE FIVE CENTS
connection with the burglary of
the home of Mrs. J. Ogden Ar-
mour. the wife of the millionaire
packer, last Monday night. These
held are Jos. Carvlll and wife.
William McClaln. Don McClaln
his brother, and Geo. Conierle.
All have been arrested before on
Corner!, according to Chief of
- Police Healty, has been sought
for more than a year a phuuf.
feur of a gang of automobile ban-
Lass Aoute Stage Has Been
- reached in Position Existing
Between Germany and United
States in Past Few Hours.
HAGUE ARBITRATION IS
MOST LIKELY OUTLET
Nothing Has Been Heard From
Vienna on the Dumba Affair;
Germany's Position Still Is
. Question at White House.
WASHINGTON, 8ept. 11 Yh !.-
ua With Germany has turned to a less
acitte stage in the last twenty-four
Boafa through the consideration of a
proposal to take the dispute, in the
questions in the Arabic case, to the
One set of officials believes that to
do no would amount to arbitrating the
principles for which the United
State baa been contending and would
open the way to practically unlimited
Jubmarine operation with tbe dis
rated questions of fact to arbitra
tion in each case. j
Another set of officials believes,
without taking In the principles In
volved, the Hague might properly be.
Allowed to decide, not whether the
submarine commander thought he waa
Justified In sinking the Arabic, be
cause be belleved-abe was about to
ram him, but whether the liner ac
tually waa attempting to resist or es-a--
no whetheVhat Justified
the commander's act In International
law. both sets of views are being
Urged on the President who will de
cide what will be done. Lansing re
fused to indicate his view. In the case
of Dumba, von Papen and Nubar there
ii no change. ,'
The course to be pursued may not
be determined for a day or two. Gen
erally the indications, in official quar
tern, are favorable. Despite the fact
that all officials considered the Ger
man explanation as unsatisfactory
and disappointing, there appeared to
He more of a prospect in finding some
ground on which the two countries
Another note, unofficially reported
to have been delivered to ambassador
Gerard by tbe Berlin Foreign OlBce,
has failed to arrive. Lansing said he
bad so official knowledge or Intima
tion that another communication was
enmiug or what was contained in it.
Other sources said it . was reported
th note was Germany's explanation
of the unsuccessful attempt to de
stroy the Cunard liner Ortiuna July
9 when tbe submarine sent a torpedo
within ten yards of th ship's stern
tad than, unsuccessfully, shelled her
until out of range.
Tbe Ordluna was on her way to the
United States, and had twenty-two
Americans on board when attacked.
In th Ord una case there was a con
flict of tatewents as to whether tbe
Mb had warning or tried to escape.
It ia not an issue between tbe United
State, and Germany and is not likely
to become one. Germany made no re-
aeons to inquiries made by Ambas
sador Gerard at the direction or the
State Department. It is not regarded
as having any bearing on the present
situation unless it connects some de
claration pn to the controversy. Tbe
view of the closest observers here ia,
in th Arabic case, that danger of a
break grows lass as tpe hours pass
Th Unit dStates is still waiting
Austria's reply to th request to with
draw Dumba. Whether tbe other men
are auAetontly involved in Dumba's
defense to make their remaining in
tbe United States impossible, will be
nnn a nnnv i
ntfln AINU I
TOMBSTONE, Sept. 11 (Spec al i-That the admisMon of aliens. In courts of naturalisation
wm nf Hit. iTniia.i ... i i i . . -unw in naturalisation
"v ur uiuvii mure Hiring?! in me luture is tlie nredirtlnn
.Tone.. ), ,a i. . 4 ."r., " "'" " "i special
i .. . ' " Maminaimnii rar cmienshl? which will be held h
day. It Is stated that the w.r with v, k w. , ..... " DP nMn
of American Ctisens whether AmeYlc.n born .TB.M
reason of enlisting in one of the belligerent smile, and retaining their citlsenshlp ' '
According to the Special Examiner the Immigration nitnmlasloner of New York City recentlr .
cedent when he rejected an American born man. who had sne to Kurope. Xed in tV; British 'lv hT
come permanently crippled and again sought safety in hlJown land, in tb I. case .he, nm.XlnlTJj
ed to admit the man. saying he bad lost his cltlsensbip by reason of his Mn?tontobM?7Jto
under the conditions which he sought entrance, he liable to beme . nubile '
The case was appealed from the commissioner's decision and Is now in the .iBrl pnM ,
'sz.'ssj: rw-rtrjsr - -,h- f -4 " ---- : r
government will assert that their citizenship ha. be, ,, f. felted therfby """Peeled the
ere on Man-
DUEL WITH BANDITS
MAHTINEZ. Calif., Sept. 11. fr
Sheriff It. 11. Vesle of Contra-
Costa County, and five deputies
engaged three river pirates In a
six-hour shotgun battle near the
daserted plant of the Morton
Drass Company. Several bun-
dred allots were exchanged and
one of the pirates Is believed to
have been wounded. No arrests
were made. The men are said
to have stolen $1,000 In supplle !
from the brass plant The off!-
cerg are still n pursuit.
CONSERVATIONISTS PLAN 0 AN iATK) N OF THE COUNTRY'S
RESOURCES, THAT NATION MA OUICK LY REPEL POSSIBLE F
Exporters From United States
Will Confer With the Anglo
French Commission to Make
Arrangements for Loan.
PLAN THOUGHT TO BE
GOOD ONE IS LAUNCHED:
Commission Has Announced no)
Definite Program as Yet, But j
Has Confined Its Actions to
Conferences With Financiers
NEW YORK. Sept. 11. To smooth
the- ways for launching a mamoth
credit loan in this country to Great
Prltaln, France and probably Russia
and Italy, the Anglo-Freneh financial
commission, it is said, will probably
meet and confer with, tbe exporters
of (train and other commodities from
this Vountry. Whether the makers f
munitions are among these exporters
Is net pscertalned. Previously It was
thought tiie romtnlsslon would deal
with bankers and financiers alone
The proposal that exporters as well
ai other actual shippers of American
supplies, may realize the Importance
. , . i . i ... i . . 1 1 i
UL IUV WVIK UllltllHIS Hie- UUMIIIllB- '
sion Is tfnrierslGOd to have received 1
with general fvor. As yet, however,
no definite p'ans of procedure have
The commlMlon, it Is said, is prepar
ed to place squarely before the ex
porters the possible results t0 the
export trade with the United States
should it be possible to find a way to
Tn neavy curtailment or foreign or-,
dra in everything but munitions of Submission of Testimony, inCun
war, the commission believes, would1 . . X ' ,"'u"
follow a failure to float a loan. For
several days to come, It is said, the
commission expects to continue Its
meetings with financiers before begin
ning Its Nctual labors. No confer
ences were held today.
;CAR R AN Z A'Si
F Fflunpcn i
10 U LL
! I iun n iT
if 3 H ... 1
III bilal V 1
ARMS OF FIRST CHIEF
ENTITLE HIM TO SHOW
Denial Is Had From Villa That!
"3 n COn8erV"n" COnKtti7X N' Worshaa,
'rrZ r!"'1!0, "conservation nYen K Whlte"
fetfiu-o will lJV r-L. i ' " '""M-,, "iKOMiiiiic coii.servttiion movement. The koynote of the con.
WEEK OFM ROBBER IS GERMAN EXCUSF
One of Hen Who Held up the
Boyle Heights Savings Bank
in Los Angeles Is Arrested and
Confesses to the Police.
BIG GAGE IS
ningham-Costello Case, Com
pleted; Several Days Will Be
Needed to Complete Litigation
TOMUSTONB, Sept. 1, (Special)
The closing of tht thitd week of trial
of tho Cunningham-Costello case
brought to a close the taking of the
testimony. It now looks as though It
OOETHALS IN FRISCO
SAN DIBCJO, Sept. 11. T0 in-
enact the Panama-California Ex-
position, commemorative 0f the
bufMin of the canal of which
ho bad the construction. Major
l General Oao. W. Ooetiials has
arrived. He was escorted to the
aoieJ by a squadron of the First
Cavalry. Monday Is Ooethals
Da. The canal bululer will
sneak to taa school children and
niake aaaiaer address on the
canal. ' Tbe aweral leaves Bun
Dtofa Tvaad&r aon.
THE A. P. VERSION
(Ily Associated Press)
BRIGHTON BH.VCII. Sept. 11.
Mike Gibbons outpointed Packey Mc-. would take another week to conclude
rarleiid in seven out of ten rounds, the arguments and the submission of
McKarlsnd taking the ninth, tenth; the interrogatories to tbe Jury, aud
honors even In the fifth. that body given time In which tn an-
McFarland showed that his long ab-lswer them. This morning both sides
sence from the ring had dulled Ills 1 announced thl they had finished their
speed and power to simp punches to j testimony with the exception that tbe
tne vulnerable points of his oppo- defense would be allowed to aupoly the
nent's head and body. MeFarland date on which Attorney Frank Hem.
showed flashes of his old time rapid
tire left but did not check .Gibbons'
ford entered the employ of tbe Calu
met and Arizona Mining Company.
The Jury was then excused from
For the first four rounds Gibbons' the court room and a discussion hd
was always In the lead, playing to the . as to the proper manner in which the
bead and body. In the fifth McPar- questions that are to be submitted to
land took the aggressive and feught the Jury on the questions of fact were
desperately. He got an even break to be settled by the court and oppos'
in this round. Packey cut loose lnng counsel.
the seventh and rained. a shower of j The court hold that tbe Jury would
blows to Gibbons face, one splitting Ue given all questions that pertained
the St. Paul boxer's left eyebrow. Uo facts that were otmvartul .n,,
Although Gibbons was beginning to 1 n which there was any evidence to
weaKBii ue siHgHereu racKey wiui
blows to the head and maintained his
lead. A throng estimated at 45,000
witnessed the contest, Including sev
eral thousand women.
VIBNNA, Sept II. Austrian forc
es encaged with Russians along the
Sereta river south of Tarnopol In
eastern Oallcla, have withdrawn to
tbe heights east of the Strips river
"before superior forces df the enemy"
according to tbe official announce
ment of the Austrian war office.
WILL MAKE STATEMENT
LKNOX, Sept. 11. Or. Constantln
T. Dumba, ambassador from Austria-
Hungary, whose recall wan requested
by tbe President arrived here aeaam
pealed by hl secretary. Dr, Dumba
said be waul make t statement In
two or three days.
support the facts but no questions
would be allowed that were not sup
ported by evidence.
The plaintiff announced that it had
prepared forty-four questions to be
submitted to tbe Jury and tbe defense
announced twenty-two. The list of the
questions were tbe neschanged and a
recess taken until eleven o'clock in
order to alio weach side to go over
the others questions and prepare
their objections thereto if they had
At eleven o'clock, the parties all re
turned into court and the court an
nounced tliat the plaintiff would btf
allowed to ask tbe questions regard
ing the following claims: RelHower
and Smuggler. After some argument
the Irish Mag group was included
which brought In the Old Republican,
Angel, George Washington and Irish
(Continued on Page S)
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 11.
Wm. Jubcr was arrested as hr
was leaving a Joctors office In
whloh he was treated for a bullet
wound In his right arm. He con
fessed te the polioe that he was
Implicated In the robbery on Aug
ust 20 of the Boyle Heights Dank
In Los Angeles.
A. man whom the police believe
was one of the automobile bandits
who held up the Boyle Heights
bank In Los Angeles, was arrest
ed here today when asking for
treatment of a bullet wound In
Juber said that Geo. Nelson .
and a third man named Charley
were Implicated in the robbery.
The. trio went from Seattle to
Los Angeles, purchased an auto
mobile te engage In the passen
ger carrying business and when
unable te get a permit decided to
rob the bank. After the robbery
the trio drove to San Francisco
in the automobile.
Juber said he had net seen his
companions since his arrival and
remained hiding until today when
he visited the physician to have
the wound In his arm dressed.
He did not disclose the wherea
bouts of the money stolen from
the cashier and had only a few
dollars when arrested. He said
be served four years In the army
and was discharged at Missoula,'
Mont., In 1912.
ONE NEARLY KILLED
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11
Geo. Nelson, sought by the polioe
In oennestlon with the robbery of
the Boyle Heights Bank In Los
Angeles, was shot probably fatal
ly late tonight while attempting
to resist arrest. .Nelaon Is the al
leged oustodlan of $2,400 In loot.
White Star Line Issues State
ment in Which the German Ex
cuse Is Called "as Audacious
as the Previous One".
MVHKPOOL, Sept. 11 The White
Star line made the following statemont
to the Associated Preea with regard
to Germany's explanation to the tor
pedolng of the Arabic:
Jlie uernmn excuse, contained In
the note published, is as audacious hk
the previous one, and Is absolutely
unsupported by the facts. The great
point is wade of the supposed attempt
of the Arabic to ram the Miibmarlne,
but all know that courses must fre
quently be changed In a channel and
any change of such kind could not
possibly have been taken by the Ger
mans to mean an attempt to ram.
There In not the slightest question
that the Arabic did not try to ram the
submarine for the reason the sub
marine was not seen by Citptalu
Finch. The Arabic did not attemnt in
escape and the only preparations tak
en being to put the helm hard over
directly the torpedo was seen.
HE8PERIAN NEWS SCARCE.
nURLlN. Sept. 11. The German
Foreign Office Admiralty state that
nere was no news, renardlnsr Hi.
Hesperian Incident, concerning which'
ADinaesanor ueranl has asked Infor
mation recently. The question ns to
whether Americans loot their lives
when the Hesperian wag blown mi
will probably Iirvb hearing on thn ul
timate answer to Washington, It is
As the Hesperian was a Ilritlsh
vessel, bound for a Canadian nnrt.
With Continuous Artillery En
gagements and Occasional In
fantry Charges Western Front
Threatens to Absorb Interest.
WORST OF FIGHTING IS
STILL IN EAST, HOWEVER
Germans, at Center of Line, Mak
j mg Very Slow Progress; Rus-
Counter Proposal of Carranzal sians RcPort Another Victory
That Conference Be Held on at Soutn End f tne Line,
the Mexican Problem Will Be! , ';?Nn?5 uThp we8tw
Favnrorl II lc Th ..Hut ' ront' wilh r"tlnuo ertillery en-
1-aVOreCI, It IS Thought. igagement and occasional Infantry at-
lacks, and the probability of import
ant events impending, begin to attract
almost an much attention as the east
ern bottle fields where the Russians
and Teutons are contending for tb
mAHtarv i f tho II t .
H. ... ..... . . ...... . ...c iiiicri, me pos-
e Was Killed in Attemnt tn Hion of which will make the vln-
Take Loot From General Urhi-!,orH n,ore Kecure when the tlme co,ne
m it Iho I u. n , lo go Into winter quarters.
na, at the Latter'S Ranch. For some time yet, however. Uie east
WASHlNnrnv o . Wl" "ke,y bp th "oene of more Bn-
Vnrn . .' ' enera' a"ona' action. The Russians are put-
ence n T 1", 0,ual8 for nfre- wlm?. and making an equally stub
,,rh i i I e"'Ca" "roblel" will born defensive In fhe center, where
ZvZla VZir,?- I8 U,B OI,lit"e Tpwt'' -"hough gaining ground,
oxpioeeod by olliclals In touch with, dally, are coming closer to the Vllna
the administration. Although Carran-! Itovno railway and are nieeMng In
za refused to yield to the appeal of! creased opposition.
tivroUfru,;a!'.,,KAaml V'0 re're8eta-i village, stream and road I.
vos of the Utlu-Ainerican republics, proving the scene of a sangulnst-V en-
L.P OU,1 U,B ",H,tary u- Kor example Skidll a
iUroa In Mexico have undergone mark-! town eirt of (rodno. which waa at
1 changes In the last few week, and lent captured by the Germans. wZTuS
CarZ,,."Ua,t?r8 U, cnn,e" r hatfl. lasting "evdars
nMi7 . i 7. . " 1 "rel a,,Prn"K success. The Oer
s rV, '"""' mans attacked the town again and
leaned he 1n-An,eri5"M waslagaln. massing heavy artillery for the
ircleed he '"2 havel"ur''. according to the Berlin state-
, , ! . P'n of territory ,ment. and did not micceed in over
in central and northern Mexico. Some coming the Russians u ntil last niglT
IZ "Im.? nW ! Tbronghout .he grea! marsh de
dare Villa's orces are disintegrating. ! trict, from this print southeas ware
is ,1 mcuearhl"R ,W?S,,,n"t0n "y U" HonVO- B,m-r contest is UkS
iV, , . ' C0'"IUi:t R "ntlonj place. . The Austro Germans are tm
without participation by Carranxa and, force their way through to the Vllna
hls commanders who claim the ron- Rovno railway before the heavy X.
trol of nearly .U of Mexico. Ise, i ,d put an end to t
I for the Urns lislnn
Vll I A rr-.,,r-n w
K I.PASO. Sept. 11. A telegram
from Villa, dated at Torreou, sent to
night to Htpollto Villa, brother of the
leader At Jiwrex, denied that the Gen
eral or General Klerro were Injured
on a visit to the ranch of General
Tomas Urblna at Nlevls on the Partd
Jlmoner branch railroad, as reported.
Genoral Villa alwi denied he had ex
ecuted General ITrhlna bue added he
had secured from ITrblna the loot the
In a narrow atrip of Oallcla between
tho Sereth River and the Ilesaarabl
frontier the Russians have been
strongly reinforced. They are appar
ently, well supplied with guns and am
munition. They report a third vlctorv
here over the Teutonir forces, the suc
cess bringing the total number of prig
oners, captured during the week, to
22,000. not mentioning the loss of men
and guns. The Austrlans admit they
Buffered a set back in this region in
A ulalaiituMl . 1 ....
latter had collected . two years. TheJ. "ft, u HT-Vm
report that Villa aud Klerrb were'of the Stryua River "before . ...n-!?!
killed in a tight with the adherent.j enemy K '
of Urblna was brought to the border I o th northern etui .j- th- ,i
s h,v,iatH,i;rrswuo w,rt - 3-i5 rsir r ntis.
The ,S SZed by V,. reore-1 22 .7.?".
e..U cash from banks, merchants, n J-T ,w7rr
cltlsan. nul lnk. r i - --.v. n, uiB u,ver line.
v "CH J BVItCtS
llf fhn t art"! in vir Imlum,... rii.it i
....I u...; , n VJ : .:. ., '""""""! CAl-l-s SPECIAL HLECTION
- rf ai earaiM uinie Wmm
wlthloote.1 merchandlw. The onpor. ! L 'u ? ...( '? ' J01
tunlty to loot came in August 181S.W,7 , " .I" '
when he occupied the aT J . I.1! MflM. " non;W,.rtl" me""
z -- - , ih anu nine conmnurimiBi mam,.
of Duraifgo and secured a mtllion from
the banks there. The loot waa con
veyed to Urblna's ranch against the
protest of Villa. Urblna's refusal to
submit the restraint engendered feel
ing between the two men:
menta. adopted at tbe last legislature,
must be ratified by the voter.
DOCTOR STILL HOVHRS.
DENVER, Sept. 11 Talen home
I against tbe advise of physicians, Dr.
IW. w. Kenney, Is hovering between
life and death from a deadly doIsWi
HFAoitiKTnniTTT" U administered by mistake. He
WASHINGTON. Sent. ll.-General showed sign, of improvement. Phy
Punaton report to the War Depart- slclans declare however the outcome
ment that with hi. forces now avall-Us uncertain until tomorrow.
able he can patrol the entire Rin . .
Orande from Laredo to the Oulf. "Ill
Is believed," the message said, "it! POLISH PAPBR SUED
would be possible In a short time to I
prevent activities of armed bands1" CHICAGO, gent. 11. Ambassa. a
from thn aUHm. (.!.. ,kH 1 , ,,,t- nn,i,i,. f i .... iw -
the eOrtnans are Inclined to hold thej horse thieves on the American side. and von BernstorlT of Germany,
question conr-erned is chiefly that of, it is woll ealabUshed that bandit. are mentioned in a suit rn, an a-
croee from ftlexlco to get arms con- 0 nled by the Polish People's
coaled In stores on the American side Publishing Co. against the Polish
and stnrt on prearranged raids. Wheni National AUlauce of tbe United
purtiueu uie iianiiits Dreak up and re-! aiaies. it is charged the A1H-
iirltlsli and Germany. The American
Interested are based only on the ac
tual damage to Americans. The at
tlturto yet U lRrgely icademlc In Ger
many thin far having nothing to In
dicate the ship was not destroyed by
a mine Instead of a submarine. There
Is little Inclination here to accent the
assumption the ship was torpedoed be
cause Instructions were Issued to sub
cities to Mexico.'
IlKOWNSVILLK. Sept. 11 -Carranxa
commanders on the border haw
(Continued on Page Ilvo.)
ance printed a statement that tile 4
Dxlcnnlk Ludowy. the plaintiff's
-- paper, had been receiving 00a-
tributinns to Influence the pap-
er a attitod on the Hurapewa