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THE MSBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1917.
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Citizens' Protective Leauge
. BASEBALL RESULTS
(By Review Leased Wire).
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 11. Goodwin held
New Tork to three hits and St. Louis
won the last of the series.
Score by innings R H E
New York 000 000 0011 4 0
St. Louis 002 100 0003 9 S
AnderSbn, Demaree, Tesreau and
Rariden; Goodwin, Doak and Gonzales.
Phila 4-3, Pittsburg 3-3
PITTSBURG, Aug. 11. Philadelphia
won both games from Pittsburg. Alex
ander was hit hard in only one inning
of the first game but Miller was hit at
First game R H E
Philadelphia 110 200 000 1111
Pittsburg 000 102 0003 9 2
Alexander and Killifer; Mille rand
Second game R H E
Philadelphia 101 000 0103 6 1
Pittsburg t 010 000 1002 10 4
OeRchger and Adams; Evans, Steele
Chicago 4, Brooklyn 3
CHICAGO .Aug. 11. ChicafeM won
from Brooklyn in 11 innings. The lo
cals tied the count in the ninth inning
when the visitors were leading 3 to 1
by bunching hits.
Score by innings R H E
Brooklyn 010 000 2003 7 1
Chicago 100 000 0124 7 2
Cadore, Marquard, Coombs and
Wheat; Carter, Prendergast, Douglas
Boston 5, Cincinnati 4
CINCINNATI, Aug. 11. Boston con
nected with Ring's delivery in the
ninth and won. Schneider was hit con
sistently but, would have won had it
not been for costly errors. Tyler was
in a similar fix. Magee, with three
hits and three runs, carried off the bat
Score by innings R II E
Boston 001 011 002512 2
Cincinnati 010 000 1114 7 2
Tyler and Tragresser; Schneider,
Ring and Wingo.
Coast Results ,
At San Francisco RUE
Los Angeles .'.3 8 1
Oakland .. 2 8 1
Crandall and Boles; Krause and Mur
ray. At Los Angeles R H E
San Francisco 1 3 0
Venftm 4 7 1
Smith and Baker; Fromme and
" XrPorllan ' " 1 ' " R If" E
Salt Lake 9 12 1
Portland . . 4 7 1
Du Buc and Hannah; James, Breu
ton and Fisr;r.
At Omaha R II E
Denver 4 8 1
Omaha 2 9 1
Dale and Shestak; Luschen, McGuire
At Lincoln R II E
Joplin 2 4 2
Lincoln ' 3 6 1
Hall and Monroe; Halla and Eiffert.
At Des Moines R H E
Hutrhinnon . . .-. 2 8 1
Des Moines 4 8 . 0
McCullough and O'Brien; Kallio and
At St Joseph R H E
St Joseph 2 11 1
Wichita 5 7 0
Baker and Yaryan; Sutherland and
Chattanooga 2-2, Memphis 3-1.
New Orleans 8 9, Mobile 1-6.
iBrmingham 4, Atlanta 3.
Nashville 0, Little Rock 2.
Louisville 4, Columbus 3.
Indianapolis 2, Toledo 1.
. ( tthneapolis 3, Kansas City 1. .
.S,rPaul 4, Milwaukee 1.
JONES DENIES SAYING
WARREN DISTRICT IS
GOVERNED BY ANARCHY
(Continued From Page One)
cials were closeted for about two
hours. No one of the three would
make any statement as to the result
of the meeting.
Yesterday nfoming the governor
spent some time with the Workmen's
Loyalty league committee in the Dis
pensary building, investigating the
procedure in the Issuance of rustling
cards. He was interested but made no
comment on the result of his Endings.
Last night the executive spent social
ly and did not return to his hotel un
til late. He is expected to conclude
his visit in the district this evening
and return to the capital on the Gulden
State Limited tonight
(By Review Leased. Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Aug.' 11. Chicago
was able v'j get only one hit off a trio
of local pitchers today and was beaten,
giving Washington three of the four
game series. '
Score by innings R H E
Chicago 000 000 0202 1 0
Washington 010 000 02 3 4- 1
Cicotte, Danfort'u and Schalk, Lynn;
Dumont, Shnw, Ayers and Ainsmith.
Detroit 3-5, Boston. 7-0
BOSTON, Aug. 11. Ehmke was in
wonderful for.ii today and for the third
time this season shut 'out Boston in
the second game.
First game R H E
Detroit 000 200 0002 6 1
Boston 110 001,40 7 8 1
Dau.ss and Yelle; Mays and Thomas.
Second game R H E
Detroit 001 003 100514 0
Boston 000 000 000 0 2 0
Ehmke and Spencer; Shore, Pen
nock, Bader and Thomas, Agnew.
Phila 8-1, St Louis 2-4
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 11. Phila
delphia and St Louis g'ot an ever
break in a double header. The open
ing contest developed into a rout of
St. Louis when Groom became wild in
the fifth and was knocked off the rub
ber. The second gau.e was a pitch
ers' battle which was broken up in the,
seventh inning when Severoid singled
and Jacobson made a h'ome run.
. First game HHE
S.t Louis 010 000 0102 4 3
Philadelphia 000 052 10 8 8 1
Groom, Hamilton, Wright and Sever
oid, Hale; Schauer and Schang.
Second game RUE
St Louis 100 000 201 4 101
Philadelphia 000 001 0001 5 2
Davenport and Severoid; Johnson
Cleveland 4, New York 1
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Cleveland
made in four out of five from New
York here t'oday, winning the last
game of the series. CaldwelJ had per
mitted only one hit up to the seventh,
when a low throw by Pipp to second
spoiled what should have been a dou
Score by innings R H E
Cleveland 000 000 400 4 6 1
New York 000 010 000 L 7 2
Klepfer and 0'Ne!ll: Caldwell and
Fast Ball Game
The deadliest rival organizations ir.
the Warren district the C. & A. ard
Junctiou-Briggs teams, will cross bats'
this afternoon at Warren park in what
should prove a real, none-genuine-with-out-this-signature
basebell game. The
C. & A. will trot out two new players.
Wilson, former catcher with the
Globe team, and House, a speedy sec-'ond-bagger
from the Colorado Az'S'3
Both men are described by Mayor li'.'i.
Gallagher, baseball impresario, as "the
real dope, kid, the real dope."
House and Wilson have been prac
ticing hard with the C. A. for sev
eral days and are all ready to put for
ward the best in 'em this afternoon.
The Junction-Eriggs team is reported
to be stronger than ever before this
season and will give the Indians an
exciting run !Vr their money.
GLEARY LEAVES I W W
GAMP FOR CALIFORNIA
(Continued From Page One)
said he had nothing to do with any
suits which might be filed against Ari
zona mining corporations as a result
of the deportations, saying he was not
' capitalizing his friendship for labor.'
Cleary said the food control law
would not reduce prices and that Hoov
er was over advertised. He said if the
government would take over the Con
trol of the mines and fix prices where
they were a year ago the miners would
return to work at the old scale of
wa'ges. He said the men were getting
less for their wages when they struck
than they were before the war when
prices of fod was considered and de
clared the strike was calltd in spite
of the war "because such a time was
the only time to strike."
Cleary'8 departure is expected to
cause a scattering of the men at the
Columbus camp as he has beee the one
who has kept them together since the
Attorney Fred H. Mc'jre, who is at
the Columbus camp, was reported to
night to have employed several sten
ographers to take the dtpositions of
the men in the camp.
COLUMBUS, N. M., August 11.
Captain Fred Fornoff of the New Mex
ico mounted police, who is here repre
senting Governor W. E. Lindsey, late
today held a brief conference with
Fred W. Moore, attorney for the men
deported from Bisbce. who are being
hheltered and provided with food by
the military authorities here. Captain
Fornoff declined to discuss his mission
but from other sources it was learned
that court action for the relief of the
alleged I. W. W. members Is contemplated.
Magazines May Re Sent by
Flacing One Cent Stamp on
Them Without Any Fur
ther Address. -
Postmaster L. R. Bailey has received
the following information regarding
the sending of mail to the American
forces in France. Letters, papers and
parcels should be addressed as follows:
John Smith, Jr., Co. K Infantry, Am
erican Expeditionary Forces.
Letters, newspapers and parcels may
be sent at the domestic rates of post
age to all soldiers and civilians con
nected with the expeditionary forces
Parcel post will be sent at the
eighth-zone rate of 12 cents a pound,
with a maximum weight limit "of 20
pounds. This applies only to ordinary
parcel post, no C. O. D,, insured or
registered packages being handled.
Money orders may be sent at the do
No money or valuaL! ;s can be sent
by registered mail.
TIj domestic rate of postage will
apply on all letters from soldiers
abroad engaged in the present war.
Such postage may C3 ptM by i! so'
t i at field : -Kicm, c- in- j-".-will
be collected from ae recipieri of
the letter in th's country at the tingle
domestic rate, if cot prepaid abroad
Magazines beat in:; the following oS
' "Notice to Reader
"When you' finish reading this
magazine place a one-cent stamp
on this notice, hand same to any
postal employe, and it w-ill be plac
ed in the hands of our soldiers or
sailors at the front.
"NO wrapping, no address.
"A. S. BURLESON.
"Postmaster General "
can be mailed at any postoffice, un
addressed and unwrapped, by simply
placing a one-cent stamp on the maga
zine," regardless of Its weight. Only
magazines bearing the official notice
and not addressed to any individual
can receive this mailing privilege.
High Officials of Nippon Will
Reach Pacific Port Soon on
Way to Discuss War Aims
AT A PACIFIC PORT, Aug. 11.
lavish entertainment and a royal
welcome await a Japanese mission
soon to arrive on the western coast of
the United States on thier way to
Washington. Plans completed today
arrange for a welcome which will
surpass in dignity and scope any greet
ing extended in the history of the Pa
Membership of the commission,
which is considered by state depart
ment officials to indicate its extreme
importance. Is as follows: Viscount
K. Ishli, ambassador-extraordinary and
plenipotentiary; Vice Admiral T.
Takeshita,, Major General S. Sugano,
Matsua Nagai, emissary of the foreign
office; Masanao Hanihara, consul gen
eral at a Pacific port; Commander M.
Ando, Major K. Tanikawa and Tadeno
Imai, vice consul at Honolulu. Tosliio
Shlratori, attache of the embassy at
Washington, and Douglas L. Dunbar,
American secretary to the mission,
also accompany the party.
Breckinridge Long, third assistant
secretary of state; Ranaford S. Mc
Kellar, consul general at Seoul, Ko
rea; Colonel James A. Arons. UrS. A.,
and Captain C. C. Marsh, U. S. N., with
a staff of secretaries and aides, are
here to welcome the mission on behalf
of the government. The governor of
the state and the mayor of the city
will aid in their official capacities.
The ceremonies will last four days.
Two of these will be given over to
trips about the country. There will
be a formal banquet, a luncehon ten
dered by the mayor and another by a
private citizen at his country place,
but before these, all ceremonies are to
give way to a welcome extended by
Japanese residents of the state, who
will banquet the visitors the night of
their arrival. .
The commission on landing will be
greeted with fie Japanese national
anthem, "Kim! Ga Yo." played by a
military band. It will be made the
guest of the city at a brief assemblage
in the rotunda of the city hail.
STATION IS DISCOVERED
(By Review Leased Wire).
MEXICO CITY, August 11. What
is believed to have been a German in
formation forwarding station has been
discovered by Mexican officials on
Lobos Island, a lighthouse station off
the Mexican coast northeast of Tux
pam. The Mexican authorities be
lieve the station might have been con
verted Into a submarine or naval base
had it not been located by them.
- " The Golden Idiot" sssawt ,
Many of the beautiful exterior chine alongside that of Cameraman
scenes in Bryant Washburn's new Es-' Smith and "ground out" the action sim
. . ..om i, ., . ultaneously with the regular machine,
sanay feature. The Golden Idiot, , For those'scene3 wnit.h are 8nown on
showing at the Orpheum today and to- tne veranda of the Wrigley mansion, a
night were filmed on the country es- special organist was encaged to play
tate of William Wrigley, the chewing appropriate music on the enormous
gum magnate, at Lake Geneva, Wis. , pipe Organ in the music room during
William Wrigley, Jr., is a motionpic- the filming. A private showing of
ture enthusiast and possesses a Bell- "The Golden Idiot" was given for
Howell camera. By special permission young Mr. Wrigley and a score of his
'jf Director Berthelet, he placed his ma- friends later.
MEMBERS OF DEPOSED
EXEMPTION BOARD IN
NEW YORK ARRESTED
Three Men Held in Connec
tion With Conspiracy to
Evade Provisions of Draft
Prisoners Go to Tombs.
(By Review Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. A third ar
rest was made late today in the alleged
conspiracy to evade the provisions of
the selective draft law, charged
against Louis I. Cherry and Dr. S. J.
Bernfeldt, members of the deposed ex
emption board 99, when Kalman Gru
her, a laboratory dentist was taken to
the United States attorney's office and
later to the Tombs prison. Cherry and
Dr. Bernfeldt, who had been arrested
earlier invthe day for conspiracy to
evade the draft law, also were sent
to the Tombs after unsuccessful at
tempts to arrange bail.
Gruher was arrested on a warrant
'Similar to that served on Cherry and
Dr.;Bernfeldt He had no offlpial con
nection with the board, but admitted,
according to the authorities,, that he
had .obtained a supply of exemption
blanks which ha had handed out to
various persons. Three East Side
youths swore to affidavits in District
Attorney Swann's office today alleg
ing improper conduct by certain per
sons in relation to examinations by
the board. One affidavit filed by Ja
cob Swirsky and sworn to in- the pres
ence of Assistant Attorney" Marke
wich, charged that Cherry told Swir
sky "if he obtffined $300 he would be
This statement, the affidavit alleged,
was made after the drafted man had
passed a "perfect physical examination."
To the Public
The Citizens Protective League offers its
moral and financial support to the boarding
houses and restaurants in the Warren District
that are providing lunches for the miners
working, or who are willing to work, at the
present time or in the future.
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE LEAGUE.
Easiness Hen and Firms Non-Members of
Tate & Critchley
Western Vulcanizing Co.
Standard Bottling Wks.
Little Wonder Chill Stand
Lowell Cash Store
Lowell Coal & Wood
Jno. F. MacGregor, Lowell
A. F. Marnn
National Groc. Co.
Los Angeles Groc.
Elite Dye Works
Jno. Buean & Co.
I Forum Cafe.
I Sugich & Meletanovich
I J Stag Club, D. J. Kennedy
HELP PAY EXPENSES
(By Review Leased Wire.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. Nearly all
of today in the senate was occupied by
Senator Sinvnons. chairman of the fi
nance committee. In 'completing his ex
planation, begun yesterday, of changes
made in the house war tax bill by his
committee. The debate will be re
sumed on M'jnday, when Senator La
Follette expects to introduce a minor
"I believe this a righteous war made
necessary by every consideration of
national honor and safety," Senator
Simmons said in speaking of the bill's
heavy tax levies.
"I know that mtmey that is as neces
sary to its success and prosecution as
armies and navies and I believe that
everyone should pay for its support
according to his ability."
On the liquor section Senator Sim
mons said the finance committee ac
cepted practically all of the burden
imposed 'on Intoxicating beverages and
that changes made were due to the
passage of the food control bill and
the necessity for raising a larger
amount of money through taxation.
"Undoubtedly the prohibition of the
manufacture Vf spirits for beverage
purposes," he said, "and the command
eering powers of tjie president , will
give to the owners of the stock of spir
its now in bond and In stock a prac
tical monopoly of the market and
prices will be greatly Increased."
The higher tax on beer and wines, he
said, was made necessary because
there w'ould be an enlarged market for
Senator McCumber had planned to
discuss the bill, but as Senator Sim
mons did not conclude until late, post
poned his speech.
Blunt & Blunt
Frank Briggs '
Quick Service Cafe
G. S. Routh
Rudoph Ward & McKinney
So. Bisbee Store
Ariz. Junk Co.
t. B. Motor.
Edwards Realty Co.
French Dry Cleaners
I O. S. French
Goetlens & Powers
Triangle Barber Shop
' Racket Store
Electric Shoe Shop
; American Grocery
' J. A. Poppe
linnk of Bisbee, by M. J. Cunning
Standard Furn. Co.
Hood & Bledsoe
C. W. Ruth
Ellin wood & Ross
P. W. Buckwalter
J. R. Henderson
Frankenberg Bro9. & Newman
Citizens' Bank Trust Co., by C.
A. , McDonald. Cashier
PhMps Dodee Merc. Co.. by W. H.
Brophy, Con. Mgr.
Arizona Ins. Agency, by M. J. Cun
ningham, Secy, and Treas.
J. M. McGregor
Collins & Eretherton
Bisbre Auto Co.. by X J. Bowen
E. T. Rountree
Cochise Motor Co., by Simmons
Jes. P. Downs
Reynolds Music and Gift Shop, Mrs.
F. R. Reynolds
J. C. White
M. J. Brophy
Thp Miners Store, by Ralph Brown
Buxton Smith Co.. by B.xL. Smith
Bisbee Daily Review
Bisbee Lumber Co., K. Marks
Geo. D. Craig
Bisbee Improvement Co., by C. S.
John M. Johnson
Bank of Lowell, by J. M. Lyons,
Asst. Cashier .
Brophy Gar. & Sup. Co.
Purity Drug Co.
J. S. Douglas
I- R. Eailey
Miners' &. Merchants' Bank, by P.
W. Buckwalter. Cashier
J. B. Anglus, by John Anglus
Henderson & Watkins Lbr. Co.
Palace Grocery Co., by Ceorge Med-
Gns Hickey & Co.
W. H. Brophy
W. E. Hankin
Treus Meat Market
Schwartz Bros. Co.
Arizona Gro. Co.
Watkins & Berquist
C. H. Philbrook
Palace Und. Co., by W. G. Hubbard
Hrgan &. Seed, by Hogan
Norris Art Studio. Mrs. NorrJs
Welbourne & Dodda
H. S. Hillman ' ,
J. M. Ball, Druggist . ..
S. A. Coca
I. W. Wallace
Sam H. Kyle
Bisbee Drug Co., by P. L.
L. J. Overlock
Francis E. Shine
Louis G. Sena
O. K. LIT. & Und. Co.
Bisbee Fuel 4 Feed Co.
J. Cf. Leroy
The Imperial, by Wm. McGlynn
Gibson-Hines Lumber Co.
D. C. Minton
J. II. Grant
Cochise Lumber Co.
Mainland & Williams
Ixwell Drug Co.
Clarkson & Roberts
Southern Arizona Furn. Co.
Long Trail Garage, by Frank Mar
Busy Bee Cafe
Chile King Restaurant
L. A. Brown
J. E. Curry
Fred T. Bragonler
J. G. Potts
Dr. C. H. Bowker
'"woolworth Co.. by L. H. Bovee
Progressive Amusement Co.
Copper Queen HoteL by H. Poppen
Central Theater, by E. V. Tracy
J. L. Powell
M. C. High
I. C. E. Adam
J. E. Brophy. Agent Texas Co.
C. A. Novice. Mgr. J. C. Penny Co.
Miners' Groc.. by Lee Jovanovlch
Lohman & Wright
D. W. Art
Chas. Schulte, Mgr. City Dye Wks.
T. A. Hughes
Wiles & Greeley
Powell & Yelderton
Kern & Kehoe
F. N. Lacy
W. S. Mize
City Hand Laundry
Dr. G. H. Fitzgerald
Dr. C. L. Edmundson
Geo. E. Howard
r Chas. P. Peters
Colorado House, by Lee J. Oliver
Mvers. Darling & Hinton Co.
Park Cafe, by C. V. Reiffe!
Lloyd L. Gilman
Arthur Not man
Copper Qneen Cons. Mng. Co., by
G. H. Dowell
J H Verfurth
J. C Ryan
P. J. Meenan ,
Wairen Ranch, by H. Nowell
Bisbee Naco Water Co.
Johnson Add. Fur. Co.
Brophy Carriage Co.. by J. B.
Gns Halgler '
Bl?bce Plbg. & Htg. Co.
E. B. Wallace
Thos. A. Whitehead
Warren Laundry Co.
A. R. Miller
Johnson Meat Co.
J. S. McNeish . .
Edw. J. Flanigan
Cleon T. Knapp ,
C. H. Vail
C. H. Hunt
T. H. J. Heidi
Ezra B. Rider
M. C. Benton
Harry A. Reese
J. J. White
C. & A. Copper Co.
Warren Street Ry.
Lem Shattuck ;
W. P. Simms
Mark P. John'
K. R. Wlnstead
L. H. Bovee
H. E. Morgan
Quality Tailors, by W. A. Douglass
McWhorters, by L McW.
E. A. Tovrea Co.
V. M. Johnson
M. D. Cohen ,
E. P. Dupen
Williams Flanigan, by E. J.
Smith Ziesemer, by R. A. Zlese-
George A. Bridge
S. C. Bledsoe
j: J. Quill
X). B. Klcpper
J. C. Kriegbaum
W. J. McGregor
A. W. Robertson
Al. Kobey Shoe Tailoring Co.
Superior Ice Cream Co.
W. E. Irwin
White House Cafe .
H. M. Jacobs
E. P. Norton
J. F. Sinclair
J. P. Steffes
New State Cash Store
Geo. IL Taylor
R. O. Owens
S. T. Moss
Uncle Jim. by Jas. Finney, Jr.
Dr. A. Edward Roome
C. A. Novis
Warner Dining Room
Brewery Gulch Restaurant
Bisbee Furn. Co.
Dr. J. F. Teufert
W. H. Anderson
Standard Oil Co.. by X J. Sparks.
Odeon Cafe, by Jno. Miller
T. F. Meti
Lowell Hotel, by H. L. Thomas
Orient Pool Hall, by R. J. Hoff-
Dr. O. W. Brandon
S. K. Williams
J. D. Taylor
Geo. V. Bell
Orpheum Cigar Stand, by O. N.
D. F. Stetson
Chas. W. Keirsey
L. E. Dean
Western Union Tel. Co.. by R. N.
San Jose Rooming House, by J. W.
J. P. Chlado
Fred Johnson ,
G. II. Newberry
IeUon Hotel, by Oscar Leavltt
James Van Horn
Lowell Motor Co.
Ozark House, by B. Clemens
Lowell Motor Co., J. O. Main