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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1917.
GOAL OPERATORS TO
CONFER WITH PRICE
WAR VETERANS WILL
MEET AND ORGANIZE
NEW U-BOAT CHASER FIGHTS 'EM -WITH THEIR OWN WEAPON
FOR MONDAY PARADE
Producers From Many Pait
of the Country Are in
Washington to Discuss the
Merits and Rules of Trade
(By Review Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. Coal op-
eraiors irom many pan, ui m-
try came to Washington today to take j
up wun government '"a'
prices just fixed for their product I
Cost figures prepared by the operators
will oe present w u iuer,. in,uc;
commission on whose cost of produc-j
tion sUUstlcs President Wilson based ;
Via finina nf tno 1 Pao 1 O fl m Inlet tQ T 1 rYl I
omciais aamu mat we prices sei wn,
drive many operators out of business
iut say that while Individuals will ,
suffer the public generally will bene-!
fit. Both bunker and export coal, it
was said today, are to be Included I in
the new scale of prices Bona fide;
comracLs lur im i, r .
for domestic, will not be disturbed.
Frank S. Peabody, chairman of the
coal committee of the national council
of defense, declared today that oper
ators generally felt the government
prices were fair and that any inequali
ties would be corrected. The services
of the coal committee, he said, would!
w pul .i me u.Bpi,B. ul u.-;
The labor situation continues to
give officials some concern. Miners
throughout the country are asking
wage increases which in most Instan
ces, it is said, will be refused now
that the price of coal has been re
duced. The government, some offi
cials believe, may have to intercede
even to the extent of working out with
all interests concerned, a general wage
COLORADO COAL MEN
WILL GO TO CAPITAL
(Rt Review Leased Wire).
DENVER, Aug. 27. Although the
Pittsburg conference of bituminous
coal operators has been appointed, the
Colorado operators plan to send their
delegates to Washington to confer
with Dr. H. A. Garfield, coal adminis
trator, regarding prices in Colorado,
it was announced today by H. F. Nash,
secretary of the operators' state or
ganization. A telegram from Dr. Garfield fol
lows: I suggest that you submit your j
facts in writing to me immediately.
Investigation will be made at once
and if further data is necessary we
will call upon you again."
The operators protested to Dr. Gar-1
field that the prices of Colorado had
been fixed without an investigation of j
and marketing condi-
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
fBv Review Leased Win"!
BERLIN, Aug. 27. Dr. Stumm
der secretary of foreign affairs.
has been granted leave of absence owing
to ill health. It is not at present
known whether he will return to the
foreign office or be assigned to som!
other post. Baron von dem Busche
Haddenhausen will be acting under
secretary during von Stumm's absence.
The asserttion had been made that
Dr. von Stumm was the author of a:
criticism of an article appearing in
the North German Gazette aimed at
refuting Ambassador Gerard's expos
ure of Germany's aims. That it was
for this reason he was granted a leave
of absence is denied in official circles.
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Parade Committee of Big Cel
ebration Asks War Vete
rans and Drafted Men to
Meet and Arrange for Ap
pearance in Parade
Two meetings will be held this
week to organize parts of the big La
bof day parade xhe Spanl8n war
veterans Q A R and drafted men of
the Warren district will each meet
- . for the nsion. These
;ineeting8 we(?r announced tart even.
by parade commiUee
s ,8h war veterans and G. A. R
member8 are asked to meet Wednes
day evening at the Y. M. C. A. gym-
nagium t 7;30 Arrangement8 wU1
be di8CU8Sed for tbe parade and an
organizatioI1 perfected. On Thursday
t at the y M c the drafted
mm Qf Uje d,8trict wffl meet at 7:3()
for thj 8ame purpoge
evenlng tne parade committeo
announced tne appointment of three
marshals and their aids, to handle the
parade. The first division marshal
will be B. T. V,atklns; aids, George
Meiyr and W. J. White. Second divi
sion, marshal. George B. Willcox;
aids, W. D. Woods and Tom Hargis.
An Bnnonl VQ9 fufiiiad 1)V t'lA prim
miUee to the of the Warren
district asklng that a united effort be
put forth to make of the parade and
the entire celebration one which will
be remembered. Co-operation be
tween the people and the committee
The parade committee, which will
handle everything in that department
of the celebration, is as follows: F.
E. Bennett, chairman; George W. Lud
wig, secretary; J. J. Dugal, George
Cobb, J. G. Berlindis, Peter Eikran,
W. A. Gallagher, Thomas Cowan, Gus
Haigler, L. T. Morse, Sol Morganstein,
George B. Willcox, R. C. Johnson,
' Jesse Yoakum and B. T. Watkins.
Applied at Camp
(By Review Leased Wire.)
DEMING, N. M.,Deming suddenly be
came a prohibition town tonight when
it was discovered that the seven sa
loons of the place are within the hall
mile zone of Camp Cody, divisional
training camp of the national guard.
An order Issued by Major-General A.
P. Blocksom of instructions from the
United States attorney closed the sa
several of the saloon men said they
believed they would be able to open
their saloons outside the barred zones.
but a state law provides that saloons
cannot be opened in a residence dis
trict or in any city block in which no
saloons existed previously. Mayor
Nordhaus said the city council would
take up the matter.
(By Review Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO. Aug. 27. Miss Ernestine
Pearce of Skokie and Mrs. S. Kund
stadter of Idlewild today lead a large
field in the qualifying round of the
woman's western golf championship at
the Flossmore country club, scoring 92
each on the 642-yard links. Woman's
par is 88. High winds and numerous
traps made scaring difficult. M.s. C.
S. Colburn of Glen View got in the
championship flight of 32 players with
the high score of 102.
a DisR for
'The newest type of submarine chaser showing its dec k torpedo tube.
Tfc- istMt nH most successful type of submarine chaser fights the enemy with its own weapon, the torp da
The w flat de?k of the chaser is pipped with , torpedo tube. The chaser carries two torpedos and ha, .
speed capacity of 4U miles an hour, fully equip;jed. ..;.!
to All Soldiers
(By Review Leased Wire.)
PRINCETON, Aug. . 27. James J.
Corbett former heavyweight cham
pion of the world, today received an
pion Ul in " -
aDDointment rrom uie tDura ciam uoic iiut oiuc - - , ...
government to be chairman of the war , wearing regulation . broad brimmed newly-created free con.miss.on tomor
depaTLent committee on athletic in-.campaign hats. Those who carr.cu row, have been appointed. The k . ng
sTcUon. Serving also in the bodyicanea no longer do so in accordance foms of Bayahia. Saxony and tturt
win be Sergeant Norman L. SelbylwitU detailed dress Instructions just temburg will have representatives
Si McCoy)! Mike Donovan, physical I issued in general orders. Permanent meniber. of this council,
dfrector of he New York Athletic "The condition, under which out! while in selecting the remaining four
chT Prof Richard Nelligan of Am- troops are serving in Europe." .the to j representatives of the bundesrat tho
hprt rolleee and Robert Edgren ! ders begin, "are such as to require the ; chancellor has provided a system of
'nt the New York Even- i most scrupulous observance of uniform alternates which will permit the other
sports editor of the New ork t-ven I oiJy disclplin.! federal states-to participate in the de-
K-!lmitt ha fnmpd nians it ! ry effect of mixed and careless dress liberations of the council. The mem
lZ to eatherThe most tl td. but the conspicuous position in a:bcrs from Mecklenburg. Hesse and the
ZtotSVMtol lan our wf,cer8 ndiThuringian states and the Hanseatic
mous "l mea'occuw makes every slouchy offi-1 towns will alternate with those from
Z ground" "a tt wol be'Sful and man a reflection on the whole Baden Oldenburg. Brunswick. Anhaite
in bayonet fighting and other war
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION
Bv Review LeasH Wlrei
j-tft A TT a A .. OT ninwlaa Cmilh
W.HAnA, us. '
ueK, ar 1 "At drill and in the campaign the of their governments but as individu-
ing assaulted and murdered R.rs. L. ; oUye drab gn,rt wm be worn 0ffi-: Ms. the benefit of whose exerience is
L. Nethaway here Sunday afternoon. cers brlga(Je or higher headkuarters !
was positively identified as having ftnd offlcerg on ,eave or detaIled dnty j bcing 80Upht in the joint discussion
been seen in the Nethaway yard short ftre authorized to wear white snirt8 ; of the empire.8 foreign affairs,
ly after the murder and by otners as ,lth col,ar and cuffs ., j This vlrtualIy di8pen8e9 wlfh the
having been within 200 feet of the ( Boots witn jace through their entire bundesrat committee on foreign reia
scene of the crime three hours before. ,ength are 8Uthorize ,oniy outside of ! ions which was credited at the wish
Smith denies any connection with the French citie8 or m inclement weather. : ;f Bavaria, the second largest state tn
murder. He admits having been in "when in uniform all officers will ; tDe federation. Bavaria wished to
Lemars, la... last Monday when Alnia wear tne Sam Brtown's belt, except ' ,ave a voice ,n the conduct of the
Braun, school girl, was killed. The wnen serving In the trenches, when ?nvpmmpnt' fnreiirn nnliries TBis
two crimes had many points of simi-
GERMANS ARRESTED ;
By Review Leased Wire).
YANKTON, S. D., Aug. 27. Thirty ;
Germans, arrested near Tripp, S. D., ;
today, by fedearl officers for alleged ;
violation of the espionage act. were
brought here this afternoon, were
bound over to the federal district
court for trial and released in bail ,
of J5000 each, a preliminary hearing !
The men were charged with having
signed a petiUon of an intimidating
character to Governor Peter North-.
eck as a protest against the selective
draft. The petition also protested
against war taxation. i
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MISSOULA. Mont.. Aug. 27.-Home-
steaders, fleeing from forest fires
made their way today to the town of
Corlett, 50 miles north of here. Some,
had left everything behind and re
quired aid. Others came from fieir
farms In prairie schooners taking thf
livestock with them. So far as known
no lives were lost in the retreat from
the burning forests. The situation wa3
reported tonight to he improved.
ports of incendiarism weer denied by
PRICES FOR WHEAT
(By Review Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. The
prices the government will pay in its
purchase of the 1917 crop of wheat
probably will be fixed tomorrow by tha
committee headed by Dr. II. A. Gar-
ft will ha moHp tfTiii-tivf 1ktf1 II-
ning September 1 when the food ad-
ministration-s wheat buying corpora-
. . ,. . .
Hon starts operation. Members or the
... , . . . . ,.,,.
committee have guarded closely their
discussions but rumor tonight has the
price named slightly in excess of $2.
OFFERS ALL FACILITIES.
CHICAGO.' August 27. Delegates
representing the ice industry of the
United States today vote unanimously
to turn over to the federal food com
mission "all the cold storage facili
ties controlled by the ice manufactur
ers and dealers to be used in any
manner the government sees fit."
"SOAP BOXES" DISCUSSED.
NEW YORK. August 27. Prosecu
tion and punishment of "soap-box on
tors" who n-.Wht be brousht before the
rourti in connection with the strpot
d'Korders were discussed by the board
of city munis' rates nt a nieetinc hop"
today. The inHgistrntes derided that
the law defining disorderly condtirt
covered the situation.
tt .. "v; . '..
(By Review Leased Wire.)
PARIS Anir. 27 American officers
L '" ',7r ;Z
paragraphs from the detail-
ed orders follow:
"Officers will wear the regulation ; also will rank as the personal repre
sentee hat and service coaL Square 1 sentative of Prussia. The accredited
' or bellows pockets in the coat are un-
anthrl will nn.h worn
leather or web pistol belts will be
.worn. At meals in quarters officers
sabres will not be worn. Pistols will
be worn at all times in the trenches,
otherwise as required by local com -
manders. Canes may be carried in the
trenches only. 1
"The importance of saluting never,
has been properly impressed upon out
officers and men, Every soldier should
:reiuuy P"u j m
meaning of this salute and the Import-; reichstag At lne concJusion of the
u properly saluting, especially . TnMd ge8sjon the ctancel,or wiU
the officers of the allied armies This,. fQr a brrf tQ I?egium
also appl.es to field clerk and civilian , The reIchsta main conlraiuee to
" " pv-- " """Vith a discussion of the administrat-
su?1erl na returnln5 ne 8alute oi
'.'on of the occupied territories,
?"8led..men- ' ..,.,. j
one in which the pride of every mem-:
, hna 9 tht A i n n Arn.iftitinnarv 1
i uc SJL CT AUlCIII.au VApvUiHUliui j i
forces compels to neatness, smartness
.., to nerBonal annearance.
whkh )n M armieg ,nvarlaMy accom.
Hiwiniine and Pffi. it.ncv -
(By Review Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. An offt
cial report to Secretary Baker today i
Re-Uaid that the situation at Houston was,
normal and tnat the Investigation ot
the rioting by negro troops last week
by army officers was proceeding rap
Indications are that soldiers found
to have been involved in the outbreak
which cost seventeen lives will be ,
tried by a military court. Secretary I
Baker would not express himself on
mis ponu. oever, penu.ug uu .cv
port of the occurrence and tne recom-,
mendattons of Major General er.1
Mr. Baker also refused to ma.ke any
, ,. ,
statement as to the future policy of
the war department inward sending
colored regiments into Texas or other
southern states for training.
REFUNDS SOME MONEY.
(By Review Leasrd Wire.)
HOUSTON. Tex.. Aug. 27. James
E. Ferguson, suspended governor ot
Texas, has returned to the state 2,
403, on the executive mansion appro
priation, lr items which the court
have held could not be paid by the
state. The money was paid into the
treasury department. Acting-Governor
W. P. Hobby also turne dover to the
state treasury $;.116. In a communica
tion to the state treasurer. Governor
Hobby said this money was turneu
over tj him by Mr. Ferguson today. It
is lo the credit of the account of th"
Texas national guard, but no further
statement was furtlicouiiug. ,
Commission of j
(By Review Leased Wire.) i
BERLIN, August 27. (Via London.) ;
Seven members of t!ie federal conn- ,
cil, who will confer with the reichstag j
deputies in the first meeting of the
The deliberations will be presided
lover by the imperial chancellor who
representatives of the federal slates
will not participate as representatives
; comnlittee la iargely in the nature of
- 8maIi 8Pt.ret convention which will
not even De obliged to report to the
; The ew commission which will
meet tomorrow to consider the reply
to the pope's peace note, wives the
bundesrat a wider 8C0pe in the discus-
. , of th. eovernmpntaI noiirv anJ
, n a measure place8 the jurisdiction of
. . .. nriiv miih that nf ti,
Jay resumed its executive sessions
SUB VERSUS SUB
(By Review Leased Wins.)
' AN ATLANTIC PORT, Aug. 27.
. The destructio nof a German subma
; ri;e, with all hunds by a British pub-
marine in the Atlantic ocean wn dc
j scribed here today by the captain of a
; liritish steamer which was torpedoed
! by the enemy Submersible. Thn tnd
er, which was attacked on a oyage
from this country to a British port.
returned here after bein repaired
abroad. According to the captain of
the steamer the commander of th
German submersible attacked the
British merchantman by firing his
deck guns when tlje torpedo whic'i
struck !er faield to send her to th?
bottom. The crew, who had taV.cn to
the op-n boats, witnessed the arrival
of the British submarine and its at
tack on the German I'-boat, and sunk
by ft torpe(lo from the nrit,sh undr.
HtPMmshln rrpw ,hpn
tholr TeK8el pumpcr ,lcr ollt
and reached a British port.
Irene, the 4-year-old daunhter of Mr.
md Mrs. John CHnaday of Jiiervill
lied of pneumonia at the Copper
Oueen hospital at 12 p. m. yesterday
N'o funeral arrangements have been
"In war or peace
I want my
YrSL TP SAYS
Covered with our ROOF
ING and SHINGLES
did NOT leak
All of our material is of
this quality and the price is
no more and probably les3
See to it that your
HOUSE BILL or REPAIR
JOB is figured with us.
"We want your business"
J. W. F. SMITH, PIgr Phone S3
O. K. UVERYand
. UNDERTxVKiNG CO
Robert lienessey, Prop.
Opposite DepoL AmbuLaic
EYE NERV GLASSES
Study and much re
search work since
1892, is the cause of
my successful practice
in Bisbee. Dr. R.
Room 1, Maze BIdg., Phone, Office
156, Residence, Black 420.
We are paying good prices
ARIZONA JUNK CO.
WATKINS & BERGQUIST
Jewelers and Opticians
I The HALLMARK Store
Respectfully Solicits Your
Communicate immediately with tele
phone 153, in case of threats or mtimidation.
CITIZENS PROTECTIVE LEAGUE.
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
AND HIGH CLASS CAFE j
The best oi everything at reasonable a la carte prices.
A Special 60c luncheon daily. Also $1.00 dinner from
5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Regular Board by the month, $40;
$10 by the week.
Henry Poppen, Manager.
L. J. OVERLOCK, BROKER
Correspondents: Paine, Weber & Co.,
Boston, Duluth, Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, New York and Chicago.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK.
EMIL 'MARKS, Mgr.
CHICHESTER S PILtS
rtMkM.M at Bett. Safest. Jl lrays Cattail
sold pk piggies ew ayvmttt
To All Deputies
I want to Impress upon each dep
uty sheriff the absolute necessity
for extreme self-control, cool, calm
judgment and patience. Avoid all
display of weapons. Remember,
you are deputized for protection of
self and property and the mainten
ance of peace. You are subject to
my call, m call which will be made
Let no act of yours tend to de
teat the object for which you were
ieputized, namely, the preservation
ol peace. I hold each man respon
sible for any illegal act or excess of
his authority and this applies to ev
jry man In this district.
HARRY C. WHEELER,
of thc ;
sola bumn th mj
Cars leave Depot Square, Bisbee
and Gadsden Hotel, Douglas, hourly
From 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Phona Bisbee 82 Phone Douglas 342
IF ALL THE WORLD WAS
with our paints it would be a
brighter place. If you have a
dark or gloomy spot or room in
your house make it brighter with
a coat of our paint. And the
brightness will last too. Our
Taints are the long lasting kind.
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LOWELL CAR STOP.