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THE BI5BEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918.
Has anyone visited yon? Or
have you ntertained? If bo. call
The Review after 6 p.m. and tell
the Society Editor, phone 39.
RETURNS FROM BUSINESS.
Fred Sutter, has returned from El
Paso where' be has been for the past
few days on business.
IS HERE VISITING.
W. R. Moore of Lanipassan, Tex.,
is here visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs.
A. T. Hoy and nephew, J. T. Hoy.
SHIPPED TO MISSOURI.
The remains of the late Frank Mc
Donald were shipped yesterday to his
old home in Missouri.
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL.
Mrs. George Manly of the High
Road was taken to the Copper Queen
hospital last night suffering from
FROM TOMBSTONE. ,
Douglas Gray and wife of Tomb
stone, are spending a few days in the
city and are guests at the Copper
SAFE OVER THERE.
Advices received here yesterday
were to the effect that Chris Bartch,
well known in this city, had arrived
safe overseas with a contingent of
CARTONS FOR SOLDIERS.
The cartons for the boys overseas
Christmas presents have arrived and
may be obtained by calling at the hed
Cross rocms in the Elks club any
time during Monday.
FUNERAL HELD TOMORROW.
The funeral services over the re
mains of Cris Wittig, who died of in
fluenza. Thursday night, will be held
tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock from
the Palace chapel. Rev. Manain
CALL FOR SIXTEEN MEN.
The local board of Cochise county
yesterday received a call for 16 men to
be sent to Camp Cody, Deming, N. M.,
in a five day period beginning Novem
ber 11. They will come out of the old
class of 1917 and will leave from
Mrs. Pete Marinotti, who conducts
the French Kitchen and Bisbee hotel
in Brewery Gulch, was taken seriously
ill last night at her home and fears
are entertained for her recovery. She
has been a resident of the district for
over 15 years.
The following undelivered tele
grams are at the Western Union for:
Ramon Alverez. . L. V. Bathazo, Mat
tie Titus, M. Brown Tabor, Kearby
Myers, Lazon Medigovich, A. Derto
lani, Geo. H. S. Kinney, Eugene W.
eBrnard, Mrs. Lizzie Cole, Stark Tay
lor and Oscar Jones.
MR. BERNER ILL.
William J. Eerner, proprietor of the
Berner summer resort, in the Hua
chuca jiountains, was brought to Bis
bee yesterday and taken to the C. &
A. Hospital. Mr. Berner has been
very ill for the past few weeks and for
this reason he was brought here to
IS MUCH BETTER.
Miss Elizabeth Critchley of the B.
I. Company who has been ill at her
home in Tombstone canyon, suffering
from an attack of the influenza, is
much better and within a few days
she will be able to be up and around
There were three divorce cases up
for hearing before Judge Lock wood
yesterday, two decrees having been
granted, one to Ramon Sasueta from
Antoia Sesueta, and the ether to Na
omi Duff from her husband, T. W.
Duff. Another case. Lulu Casey vs.
Patrick Casey, was continued for
ROSE IS FREE.
Mrs. Fred Schmidt, otherwise
known as "Rose, the Divine Healer,"
who was arrested in Douglas several
months ago by federal officers on a
charge of getting money from the
credulous by posing as one with su-
THE BEST QUALITY FOR THE LOWEST
Why not try us. It will pay
you. If you cannot call
And we will deliver your order at a small cost.
MONEY BACK if for any reason you are
U. S. Food Administration
I pernatural power and adjudged insane
j in the superior court of this county,
i was released from the insane asylum
at Phoenix yesterday and allowed to
return to her husband, a soldier at No
gales. At the asylum she soon proved
she has a normal mind.
IS VERY ILL.
James J. Brown, was taken to the
Copper Queen hospital yesterday i
morning suffering with pneumonia
which has developed from the influ
enza. Mrs. Brown and children who
are visiting in California have been j
inionneu 01 me serious ciwuuioii 01
Mr. Brown, and are expected to ar
rive here today.
WAS IN CITY.
John Pyeatt was in the city yester
day trom his ranch in the Huachucas
He states that all the cattlemen in
his district are sending their cattle to
Sonora, Mexico, for grazing, the
ranges in the mountains being entire
ly bare. His precinct will go solid
! against county seat removal, he
KILLED BY CAVE-IN.
Aureliano Gomez was killed last ev
ening about 7 o'clock while working
in a lease on the hill above the South
west shaft. He was engaged in stop
ping out some ore when the ground
above gave away and he was buried
under the dirt. Two other Mexicans
who were working with him had nar
row escapes. A coroner's jury was em
panneled and with Mine Inspector Ed
Massey went up to view the body and
scene cf the accident. The inquest
will be held this afternoon at the of
lice of Judge Hij:h at 4 o'clock.
CUARANTINE IS STRICT.
Parties going to Ft. Huaehuca had
better provide themselves with a doc
tor's certificate and a Dass from the
cemmanding officer before they try to
enter the post. Guards are mauoneu
at all the entrances to the post and all
nprvnnfl sire held li n and taken and
given an examination by the post doc
tors. No passengers are aiiowea to
arrive on the train. Two who arrived
there yesterday were sent back out or
the post afoot. There have been sev
eral cases of influenza there but no
deaths and the officers there are tak
ing every precaution to prevent the
spread of the disease.
HEART OF DISTRICT
WRUNG WITH PITY
. FOR AGED SUFFERER
GENEROUS RESPONSE TO AP
PEAL FOR AID RESULTS, ILLIB
ERAL DONATIONS OF FOOD,
MONEY AND OTHER NECESSI
TIES FOR OLD MAN
That appeal in The Review of yes
terday for the old man and his folks
living in the tent under Warren hill
did not go unanswered by the good
people of this district. Many people
stopped to see the old pilgrim yes
terday and many more called on the
telephone. Among the most active
was Mrs. C. D. O'Neal, who, in com
pany with Mrs. George Danahaur,
called upon several merchants to con
tribute and then, through the kind
ness of R. M. Moncrief, who donated
his car, took the food down to the
Two little girls also came to The
Review office, bringing food for this
old man, expressions of kindly sym
pathy more precious than any food.
Among the business firms that aided
in this matter were: Gus Hickey,
James Fenna, Tovrea, the Phelps
Dcdge, Kelley, and others.
In this connection, The Revi-jw
wishes to state that the Associated
Charities of the district had not been
neglectful of this case. They have
given aid and clothing and helped
to send oue of the children back to
the coast. The Review's appeal was
made because of the unusual and
complete misfortune that had over
whelmed these families. It appealed
for a word of sympathy for them and
a little interest as well as material
help. The little tent had been over
looked from carelsssness, that was all.
This district is as warm-hearted and
as generous as any on earth. Just a
word was all that was necessary to
stir many warm hearts among all
classes of our people.
License No. G-16109
KEPT QUITE BUSY
SINCE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC
STARTED IN BISBEE AND VICIN
ITY THERE HAVE BEEN MANY
CALLS DAY AND NIGHT TO BE
The Associated Charities of the
district an.' having a busy time of it
sinre th influenza euidemic made its
l appearance here, Mrs. Cummings re-
ports to The Review. For weeks
there have been m:iny calU, day anu
night, to aid the sick and many of
tli?se cases are most pathetic, the
families being entirely destitute. Not
only must there be medicine and med
ical" attendance and nursing provided,
hut also luel and food and clothes.
The crest of t'le epidemic has passed,
.Mrs. Cummings said, but there are
still many cases to care for.
As soon as the quarantine is raised
the Associated Charities will hold
their annual meeting and make re
ports of work done during the year.
SWITCHMAN LIES AT
POINT OF DEATH
H G. Q.
WRENCH THROWN IN HALF PLAY
BY ENGINEER LINDERMAN,
STRIKES SWITCHMAN MWIL
LIAM3 OVER TEMPLE PENE
As a result of a continuous raw
hiding of one another for the past
three days, J. McWilliams, a switch
man, lies in the Copper Queen hospi
tal at the point of death from a wound
in his head and Charles Linderman,
an E. P. & S. W. engineer, is held in
jail pending the result of the in
juries of McWiiliams.
A few days ago McWilliams was
working with Linderman, who was
handling a string of cars in the local
yards and the brakes would not work
well and one of the cars went be
yond where it should have stopped.
McWilliams began to josh Linderman,
who is known among the railroad men
as "Heinle, about not being able to
handle his engine and stop the cars.
"Heinie talked back to him and told
him he should have set the brakes.
1'hey kept at one another on this
strain for the past few days. On
Thursday night about 10 o'clock, when
they had just completed their work,
they started in again and one word
led to another. McWilliams started
toward '"Heinie" with a brake club,
making some remark. 'Heinie," who
was working on his engine, had a
hammer and cold chisel in his hand,
but stooped over and picked up a
small Stillson wrench that was lying
there and tossed it toward Mc
Williams. McWilliams dropped and
Linderman and a fellow " brakeman
who were watching the affair rushed
over to him and picked him up and
took him to tne hospital. The sharp
point of the wrench had penetrated
the skull into the brain just over the
left temple to a depth of an inch or
more. He was placed on the operat
ing table and the wound dressed and
was doing as well as could be expect
ed last night, but the doctors do not
have much hope of his recovery.
As soon as Linderman was advised
of the condition of McWilliams after
the doctors had examined him he de
livered himself up to the officers.
He is now being held awaiting the re
sult of the wound. He is greatly over
come with grief and is continually
sobbing and bemoaning his careless
act. He has a wile and little boy in
this city. Nothing is known of Mc
There can be no concert of the na
tions until Germany has learned to
play second fiddle instead of the big
bass drum. Anaconda Standard.
AS YOUNG AS
The secret of youth is ELIMINA
TION OF POISONS from your body.
This done, you can live to be a hun
dred and enjoy the good things of life
with as much "pep" as you did when
in the springtime of youth. Keep
your body in good condition, that's the
Watch the kidneys. The kidneys and
digestive organs are the main causes.
The kidneys filter and purify the
blood. All the blood passes through
your kidneys once every three min
utes. They strain or filter out the im
purities. That is their work. Keep
them clean and in proper working con
dition and you have nothing to fear.
Drive the poisonous wastes and dead
ly uric acid accumulations from your
system. Take GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules at intervals and you will
always be in perfect working order.
You will feel strong and vigorous.
Nerves and muscles will be elastic
and your face will radiate youth and
health. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules are imported direct from the
laboratories at Haarlem, Holland.
They are not a patent medicine, but
a guaranteed remedy which has been
used by the sturdy Dutch for over 200
years and which has helped them to
develop into one of the strongest and
healthiest races in the world. Get
them from your druggist. Do not take
a substitute. In sealed pnekages
AS li REASON
Sends Letter to Governor
Hunt, Declines to Accept
Appointment Because of
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Nov. 1. Judge A.
C. Baker has declined to accept the
position on the supreme court bench
made vacant by the resignation of
Chief Justice Alfred Franklin. Judge
I Baker, in a letter to Governor Hunt,
gave as his reason for declining, the
necessity of remaining in practice
during November and December on
account of several important cases
which require his personal attention.
Governor Hunt said yesterday after
noon he had not yet decided to whom
he would offer thejjosition, that he
was considering the matter.
Following is Judge Baker's letter to
October 28, 1918.
I desire to acknowledge the receipt
of your favor of the 25th Inst., notify
ing me of my appointment to the
judgeship made vacant by the resig
nation of Judge Alfred Franklin.
I thank you very sincerely for your
kind consideration in designating me
to fill this exalted and dignified of
fice, and la ssure you that I would
accept the honor and enter upon the
discharge of the duties thereof at
once only for the fact that existing
professional engagements preclude me
from assuming these duties.
Several important cases in -which 1
have been retained, and paid fees,
are pending for trial in November
and December. These cases have
been entrusted to my care by clients
because they relied upon my indi
vidual and personal efforts in their
behalf, and they are such cases Uiat
I cannot possibly transfer to other at
torneys. It Is my bounden duty to
these clients to continue my present
attitude until I can try and dispose ol
these cases. It is for this reason and
this reason only, that I must beg you
to excuse me from accepting the hon
or you so kindly tender me.
In the event of my election by the
people in November to the judgship,
I would remain free to try and dis
pose of such cases before my induc
tion into the office in January.
Assuring you of my high personal
regards, I am
Very truly yours,
A. C. BAKER.
Governor G. W. P. Hunt,
Oil Decrees Held by Foreign'
ers to Be Confiscatory Are
Upheld by Supreme Court
(Bv Review Leased Wire)
MEXICO CITY. Nov. 1. The su
preme court-, after weeks of argu
ment, has decided, according to re
ports published today, to refuse the
foreign oil corporations petition
against a suspension- of the prelimin
ary holding certificates recently
granted these corporations staying
the pyppiitlnn of the Dresidential Oil
decrees of July 31 and August 8 and
12, which constitute a ground work
for the regulation of taxation of oil
lands. The vote was unanimous.
This decision means that the de
crees objected to by the oil interests
as confiscatory will stand. The oil
r nmn.mies offered no objection to the
taxes fixed on producing lands, but
they attacked the decree opening xo
denunciation lands which are not be
ing exploited. .
FENSY MEETS LAFAYETTE.
(By Review Leased Wire)
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Two of the
best football games tomorrow will
bring together Pennsylvania and
Lafayette at Frankfield field, Phila
delphia and Dartmouth and Syracuse
at Springfield. Mass. Other games
include Williams and Wesleyan at
Wi'lir.mstown, Amherst and Columbiu
at New York. Franklin and .Marshall
versus Ursinus at Lancaster, Pa.;
Navy versus St. Helena N. T. S., at
Annapolis, and Pennsylvania State
versus Wissahicken barracks at State
AGREE ON TERMS.
riv Riviw I.eB!el Wire)
LONDON, Nov. 1. The Versailles
conference agreed lale yesterday on
the armistice terms governing the
maritime powers ofthe Central Em
pires. The proposals contain Bix
points which are 'believed to throw
every safeguard around the German
Every once in a while, when human
ity gets scared. It abides by the sensi
ble laws of cleanliness and physical
care laid down when the first trees
bloomed. Newark News.
MUST BE AIM OF
PEOPLE HERE TODAY
GOVERNMENT AND FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANIES ALIKE FIND
IT MOST IMPORTANT TO SAFE
GUARD PROPERTY FROM
FLAMES BY PRECAUTIONS
! The infportame attached to proper
I r.ti..nprnw... l i O., .,..,1 v V.-l.
vember 2) as "Fire Prevention Day"
is emphasized by the following mat
ter enclosed in a lPtter to Jacob
Erickson, mayor of Itisbee, together
with a proclamation of Governor
Hunt, setting the date for observ
ance: "The conservation of property Is
important at al times, but it is now
a vitai ueceseity. Every call of
patriotism, every demand of hiuh cit
izenship emphasizes the duty of the
individual property owner and- house
holder to spare no pains in safeguard
ing aqalnst fire hazards; and in striv
ing to r?duce the excessive and large
ly unnecessary fire waste of the na
tion." The president has said:
"Preventable fire Is more than a
private misfortune. It is public
dereliction. At a time like this of
emergency and of n.anifest necessity
for the conservation r.f national re
sources, it is more thun ever a mat
ter oW deep and pressing consequence
that every means should be taken
I to prevent this evil."
"Will you not urge upon the people
of your city the necessity tor mak
ing a general clean-up, by the freeing'
of all premises from rubbish of every
description and the removal of all
inflammable substances from cellars,
clos3ts. attics, store rooms and places
infrequently visited, where fire3 raiht
"Here are some figures that should
open our eyes: in 1913. the year be
fore the outbreak of the war, the
average fire loss for each man,
woman and child in France vas 49
cents; in England it was 33 cents,
in Germany 28 cents, in Austria 25
cents. In Italy, 25 cents, in Switzer
land 15 cents, in Holland only 11
cents. In the United States for the
same year the direct loss was $2.10
and the indirect loss was far higher.
Our record was, therefore, more than
four times as tad as that of France,
and nearly 20 times as bad as that of
"Vienna and Chicago are cities of
about the same size. Yisnna had fire
losses for the year 1913 of $303,200.
Chicago's were $5,513,237, or more
than 18 times as great. New York
city's fire losses were about four and
one-half times as large as those of
London. A similar comparison might
be made with many other cities. Can
we be proud of such figures?
"Of course, there are more wooden
buildings in America than in Europe.
This is a coudition which will take
many years to change. But the most
serious cause of fires could be re
moved at once if all the people would
assist. This cause is found in one
"The Ration Board of Fire Under
writers makes a study of hundreds of
thousands of fires, and has prepared
tables which show that in 1916. 23.9
per cent of all American fires came
from strictly preventable causes,
while 47.8 per cent more partly pre
ventable, and 23.3 per cent came from
unknown causes, which probably were
"It must then be admitted that the
United States, with all its advantages,
is a nation of careless people. Care
lessness is not a thing to be proud
of; It is a great national sin. It
shows itself in many habits of reck
lessness, wastefulness and untidiness.
It barns our towns, it leads people to
ri3k their Hve3 at railroad crossings
and other places of danger; t takes
chances with health; it is shown in
all dirty streets, littered backyards
and untidy homes.
'if a foreign army should land upon j
our shores. It could not wreak more
dstruction than this. If such -on army
should come and any American were
found to be giving it aid, he would be
called a traitor to his country. Every
patriot would rise against such a foe.
"The spirit of carelessness in the
The symptoms of Span
;Ish Influenza are very
i similar to old fashioned
;grip pains throughout
ithe body, extreme dizzi
ness, sleepiness, chills,
. hi(?h fever, headache,
: disturbed digestion with
I running at the nose and
' eyea and excessive spit
tinsr, showing; an lnflam
. mation and congestion
. of the mucous linings.
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Try reruna First Tablet or
"STRIKE THIS SECTOR FIRST," ORDERS U. S.
. GENERAL DIRECTING BATTLE FROM RUINS
ft . i. ,,1,1 .. . M ... A -r ST. .. . ;
American general planning attack on map in ruined church.
In the picture is shown an American general behind an American
sector going over a map which has been brought to him from the line by a
major. The general is describing to the major the section of the line which
is to be attacked next.
United States is really a greater
enemy than any foreign invader, and
it is found in millions of little, un
conscious acts of carelessness. When
ever you, yourself, commit such an
act. therefore, you really range your
self as an enemy of your country
but if you bein earnestly to watch
your actions snd to form new habits
of carelessness, you will be helping
out great nation to become safer,
healthier, happier, more efficient, and
more useful to humanity. This is the
spirit of true patriotism?
"NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UN
DERWIRTERS.:" ITALIANS ARE
(Continued from Pace Ona)
artillery is being used to hamper the
"Divisions of Italian cavalry have
annihilated the resistance of the
enemy at the Llvenza, have re-established
the communications to make
tlie passage of infantry easier and
are already nearing the Tacliamento
"The Sixth Italian army went Into
action yesterday and has brilliantly
carried oa an irresistible action mi
the Brenta, supported by the Ancona
"The Fourth army has completed
the occupation of the Valley of Fon
zaso and the Bologna brigade has oc
cupied Filtre. I
"The Twelfth army, after conquer
ing the Pass of Quero, has rapidly
advanced north of Belifuno and after
briiiiantly rounding the depression of
Vadalt-To has advanced on Belleuno
and occupied the city.
"The Third army, reinforced also
by a regiment of marines, has occu
pied the whole Intricate zone alon.4
"In the direction or XTdine the
Italian troops a'so are fast advancing.
Pordrone has fallen into our hands.
At the extreme eastern sector of the
front Italian marines have occupied
"Great numbers of airplanes are
With the first symp
toms of. Influenza, it is
well to consult your fam
ily physician at once. It
is not the disease Itself
that is to be feared so
much aa It Is the compli
cations wblcb may follow.
To ward off Spanish
Influenza or as an aid to
returning health after an
attack, nothing is any
better than Dr. Hart
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family always have a bottle on'
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UgmM Sold Everywhere
preceding our troops and are operat
ing their machine guns on the re
treating enemy columns.
"The nfmber of prisoners is in
creasing rapidly and continuously.
More than 7'I0 guns captured have al
ready been counted. The booty cap
tured is of an enormous quantity, its
value can be calculated already in the
Bisbee-Tombstone. Leaves Bisbee
Bisbee Auto Co., 7 a. m , 1:30 p. m. 7
Phone Bisbee 5. Adv.
Dr. Playfalr, Osteopath, 98 Mason
Hill, Mason car stop. Phone Blue 647.
L. L. Gilmaa sells the New Edison.
"The Phonograph With a Soul."
j Painter and Paper Hanging
C. J. BRANDT
! Two years aeo the people of this
county laid aside all political consid
eration to give ipe the office of county
school superintendent. In return I
' have given the best service of which
I have been capable. That has meant
spending most of my time and energy
upon the little country schools w hich
j at best work under great handicaps.
Above everything else I have used this
office to give the rural children a
part in every possible war activity, as
a privilege th.it will make them more
intelligent American citizens.
j Beyond making this statement, I
shall do no campaigning. The work
of this office has so increased since
the war. that I should have to neglect
it were I to take time for such purely
411 ELSIE TOLES.
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Practic Limited to Eye and Nerv
Phone 156. Office and residence
first house west of Masonic Temple,
Main Street. Bisbee. Arizona.
Glasses fitted by the latest methods.
Mrs. Jones Ishen
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