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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918.
LYNCH NEGRO IN
; Sweetwater county. It Is probable
the grvernor will o'fer a reward of i
($.",(10 ror the arrest of any member of
i the mob, it was said at the stato
! hoiMe this afternoon.
WOULD FORM ALL
H!v Review l.-ajHl Wire!
Ar YOUK. Dec. 10. That the
iVniteJ States and Great ltritain could
i toc'av aaree to a universal arbitra-
- tion treaty which would make war
I between the two nations impossible
Railroad Employe Had Shot i all time,is the inion expressed
r J m i by Theodore Roosevelt in a letter
Switchman Sheriff Wires made public here today, which the
Hr uv i TJ r K U colonel wrote to George Haven Put
e Could IOt Identity MOD i am president of the American Rif:ht3
"I am now prepared to say what
five years ago I would not have said,"
the former president wrote. "I think
A i States and the British empire can
lviiched I agree to universal arbitration treaty.
i I . 1 1 .. V l.nrn.. 1. . ,
"Joe" Woodson, a nec;ro, hanging him "" wu,us- ' T "
time has come when we should say
from a telephone pole in front of the that under no circumstances shall
courthouse, after he had shot and thpre ever be a resort t0 war between
killed Albert Miner, a swiieuman ior
(By F.evlew Leased TVIre)
GREEN RIVER, Wyo., Dec. 10.
mob of 500 persons today
the Vnited States and the British
empire, that no question can ever
arise between them that cannot be
settled in judicial fashion, in some
the Union Pacific railway, and wound
ed another railroad man.
The shooting followed the ejection
or the negro from the dining room at j sucn n)anner as questions between
the Union Pacific station. It was said j gtateg 0f our own union would be
that the negro, who w-as employed
there as a porter, had made an
offensive remark in the hearing of
the railroad men, to a white girl, a
waitress. Woodson later returned to
the dining-room armed with a resol
ver and began firing.
Miller fell at the first shot. An
other bullet struck his companion.
Curtis, entering one arm,
Colonel Roosevelt's letter was writ
ten in response to an invitation ex
tended to him by Mr. Putnam to join
the English-speaking union of which
Arthur J. Balfour. British foreign sec
retary, is president. Although de
clining to accept membership., ex
plaining that he was devoting; his
time "to secure in this country a
Deputy sheriffs reached the place : spirit of undivided nationalism," Col
shortly afterward and arrested Wood-jonei Roosevelt said he was in sym
son, taking him to the county Jail. . pathv with the general purpose of
In the meantime, the mob, which j the English-speaking union,
consisted partly of railroad men, be-i in ni8 ietter the colonel also ex
gan forming. It marched to the jail presSed the opinion that the United
and after overpowering the guards, j states should not try to build a navy
seized the negro and hanged him. equal to England's, which he de
Efforts of Arthur Dixon, sheriff of j scribed as "probably the most potent
Sweetwater county, to lenrn the ; instrumentality for peace in the
identity of any member or the mob WOrId," but that America s navy
have proved fruitless, he telephoned . should be second in strength.
to Governor Houx at Cheyenne this j
afternoon. None of the mob mem- WHO WOULDN'T BE A CHINK?
bers wore masks, but the sheriff was .
not able to identify any of them. I gjv.X FRANCISCO. Dec. 10. A gen
The last lynching in Wyoming oc-. erai (-nodus of brewing capital from
rurred in this county about one year; the United States to the Orient was
(Ilv RpvIow loosed Wire)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Bringing
2450 American soldiers, the British
transport. Empress of Britain, ar
rived here today after a stormy pas
sage across the Atlantic.
To 500 of the men returning on the
Empress of Britain the shriek of an
air raid siren just installed on a
police boat served to remind them
of dangers under which, they had
fought. These soldiers included
wounded of the 27th, 30th, 33rd and
37th, divisions. Some had lost arms
The other troops were from train
ing canrps in England and included
men of the 307th. 331st. 140th. 337;h,
256th and 8341h aero squadrons and '
the 10th. 13th, 14th and ltth air serv
ice construction companies.
cussions or arter-the-war berore the
various- sections of the Southern
Commercial congress today. At the
session of the house of governors to
night. Governor Boyle of Nevada, de
clared that "if the western spirit pre
vailed in the south the land between
Baltimore and New Orleans could
not he duplicatel in any other
territory in the country." Governor
Boyle told how the barren and un
used lands in the west had in recent
years been converted into fertile and
productive territory and pointed out
to the southerners the opportunities
presented for similar work through
out the south and southwest.
Congressman Reed of West Vir-1
ginia, in an address to the congress.
took exception to the proposal for a
league of nations which was advocat
ed by former President Taft yester
day before the congress.
ago when a negro was hanged for an
attack upon a white woman. Only
four persons participated in the hang
ing and their identity never was
foretold in a statement by Rudolph
Samet, president of the California
State Brewers' association,rvhich . to
day ended its annual sessmit here.
"We are looking to China as the
I bent place to locate." Mr. Saet said,
j "I am leaving in a few days for that
; country" to arrange for tne -construe-
of a 52.000.ono plant for the
Rainier Brewing company. Othet
MAY OFFER REWARD.
. , , 'tion
r,rfuUrcu ""I;." ' "f breweries are making similar arrange,
secretary today by Sheriff Dixon -),,,. -
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dies, bloomer and Italian silk un
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WRITE THE BOYS OVER
THERE A CHRISTMAS NOTE.
WOUNDED FORGET PAIN.
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. Wounded
American soldiers arriving here to
day from overseas on the steamer
Kroonland. forgot their injuries in
their joy at the reception New York
accorded them. When the police
band on the patrol boat bearing the
mayor's welcoming committee struck
up "Keep the Home Fires Burning"
and "Home. Sweet Home" as it cams
alongside the Kroonland, caps, canes
and crutches were thrown into the air
and the maimed and wounded, vieing
with the well and strong, danced and
cheered. The Kroonland brought 63
officers, 1180 enlisted men and 106
civilians. The Empress of Britain,
which also arrived today, brought
2450 soldiers. The men will be em
Among the arrivals was the 304th
AVERTS SERIOUS CLASH
ftv Review I.eusp.1 Wire)
LONDON. Dec. 10 The Manchester
Guardian says it has received from a
well-informed allied source the state
ment that "another very serious inci
dent has been provoked by the for
ward action of Italy on the Adriatic
coast." The newspaper's informant
"Ten days ago, though perfect quiet
reigned in that district and Serbian
contingents from Gen. Franchet d'Es
pery's army already were in occupa
tion of Cettinje, the Italians insisted
on landing 2000 troops at Cattaro, in
Dalmatia. Happily, to counterbalance
this, the allies secured the presence
of an equal number of troops, includ-
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. An appeal j ing French and American soldiers,
to the people of the country to make I "The Italians, however, showed
a concentrated effort to "break down ! signs of behaving as mastera and pro
ne barrier created by 30f0 milci of eecded to dcmarf.l the lowering of the
ocean" between American troops and ' national flag. An armed conflict was
tlieir home land by writing "letters averted owing to the active interven-
lUv Review l.eaed Wire)
EL PASO, Tex.. Dec. 10. The first
international convention of the Inter
national Association of Oil Field, Cas
Well and Refinery Workers, which has
been in session here for the last
three weeks, adjourned today. Cali
fornia. Wyoming. Oklahoma. Texas,
Louisiana and West Virginia were
represented at the convention, which
effected permanent organization under
a charter of the American Federation
of Labor. Announcement was made
that steps would be taken to organize
the oil field and refinery workers
throughout the United States and
"SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 10.-The
official total of subscriptions in the
twelfth federal reserve bank district
to the fourth Liberty loan was $42.
250.000 or $3,250.1 WO more than was
announced unofficially several days
ago, a statement issued by loan head
quarters said tonight.
Allocations to this district from rail
road subscriptions resulted in the in
crease in the total.
Alaska first among the major di
visions of the district with 232 per
cent, which is believed to be a record
for the fourth loan. Alaska's quota
was $1.26!,000. and subscriptions $3.
180.950. Arizona ranked second with sub
scriptions of $9,526,350 against a quota
FARRELL HAS RESIGNED.
(Uv Kvlew Leaded Wire)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10 The resig
nation of John Farrell us president of
the International league was accepted
by the club owners at their annual
meeting here today, but he consented
to continue in the executive office
until a successor could be selected.
J. J. McCaffrey of Toronto was elected
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full of the home flavor." was made
here today jointly by the war dei art-
: mcnt commission on training cii&ip position,
activities and Secretary of War,
tion of the American commander. The
national flag and emblems remain in
j A SYMPATHY PLAY
; .'Pv Review IenRpl Wire)
1 LONDON. Dec. 10. William Hohen
zollern, the former German emperor,
has attempted to commit suicide, fol
lowing mental depression according
. to the Leipsig Tageblatt, which is
quoted in a Copenhagen dispatch to
the Exchange Telegraph company. A
member of the former emperor's
; retinue who prevented Herr Hohen
zollern from carrying out his inten
tion received a wound, it is said.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 10 A resolution
to be sent by wireless to President
Wilson on board the transport George
Washington, urging him to work at
the peace conference for the self
determination of Ireland, was adopt
ed tonight at an "Irish self-determination"
mass meeting at Madison Square
"Is it iolsheviki only who now are
to be acknowledged free?" demanded
Cardinal O'Connell of Boston in an
address. "Is it because, being Catho
lics the Ifish have repudiated bolsbev
ism that they now are to be repudiat
ed and their claims neglected and
J. J. Sparks, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co., Bisbee, Ariz.
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MINOR LEAGUES INDEPENDENT
(Ftv Review Xnsed Wire)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10 The National
Association of Minor League Baseball
clubs stand for self-determination, ac
cording to a statement made here to
night by Pres. John H. Farrell. Refer
ring to a report from Chicago to the
effect that A. R. Tearney and Presi
dent Johnson of the American league
had mapped out a program under
which the national commission would
become the sole administrative power
in settling disputes of major and mi
nor leagues alike, Mr. Farrell said:
"Mr. Tearney is not a member of
the national association to formulate
any change in the governmental sec
tion of the national agreement.
"There are nine active leagues in
our association and I have received
assurances from all of them that they
desire to govern their own affairs."
WASHINGTON. Dec, 10. Invest
ment of American capital in Salvador
was invited in a message from Dr.
Carlos Melendez, president of Salva
dor, to the American people., read at
a meeting at the Pan-American build
ing here tonight, which was attended
by Acting Secretary of State Polk,
members of the senate, house and
supreme court, and representatives of
the diplodmatic corps.
MAKE BOYS RETURN
(Uv Rovlew Iaw1 Wire
UOSTON, Dec. 10. The White Star
steamer Canopic with 47 officers and
1427 enlisted men from overseas,
anchored tonight just outside Boston
harbor. The steamer will dock tomor
row in Charleston and the men will
en train at once for Camp Devens, at
BOOSTS WESTERN SPIRIT
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BALTIMORE. Dec. 10. Develop
ment of trade with the Latin-American
countries and the improvement and
further construction of inland water
ways were leading feaiures in the dih-
(By Review I.aaa Wire)
PUEBLO, Colo., Dec. 10. So iar
there are cio indications of how soon
the strike of the employes of the
Colorado & Wyoming railroad, a sub
sidiary to the Colorado Fuel & Iron
company, will be settled. No con
ferences between representatives of
the railroad employes and officials of
the company were held today, but a
conference of the officials of the com
pany and representatives of employes
is in progress at the present time, but
the proceedings are being kept secret.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 Twenty
nine battleships, manned by 40.000
men, will be maintained in active
service after next March 1, accord
ing to the plans of the navy depart
ment as disclosed today by .Read Ad
miral Coontz, acting chief or opera
tions, in testimony before the house
naval committee in connection with
the 1920 naval appropriation bill.
Eight other battleships will be held
in reserve, he said, and will be
manned by a two-thirds complement.
KILLED BY FALL
(Py Review Leawil Wire) i
HOUSTON. Texas.. Dec. 10. Sec. :
Lt. Jerome D. Dixon of Bronx, N. Y.. '
was instantly killed Monday when he
fell 150 feet in an airplane at Elling
ton field, it was announced here to
l.t .lohn W. Craiir of Portland. 'ile.. '
the other occunant of the machine. !
stepped unhurt from the wreckage.
WINDING THEIR WATCH ON THE '
CBv Review I.eas4 Wire) v.
BERLIN. Dec. 10 tHavas.) The
main body of the, French army or oc-1
cupation headed by a batid has entered j
Mainz, one of the principal fortresses
of Germany on the Rhine. ,
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CLASH WITH UHLANS,
(By Review Leased Wire)
COPENHAGEN, Dec 10. At Chem
nitz members of the soldiers' and
workmen's group attempted to disarm
a Uhlan regiment, The soldiers re
sisted and fired upon them with ma
chine guns, whereupon the soldiers
and workmen fled. Many or them were
seized and beaten. . ' '
The soldiers' and workers' council
then ordered out an infantry detach
ment against the Uhlans but the in
fantrymen were disarmed by the Uhl
ans. The number of killed and wound
ed is not known.
DOCTOR PAYS PENALTY.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 10. (Ry
the Associated Press. X Dr. Rachid,
former governor of the province of
Diarbekr and Lieutenants of Gendar
merie Chakri and Haround have been
arrested ror their part in the Ar
menian massacres or 1915 by the
Turkish government. Their guilt has
been established and sentences or
death are expected to rollow.
,. WANT GERMAN COLONIES
i (Bv Review Leaseil Wire)
MELBOURNE. Dec. 10. The leg is-
lntive council of New South Wales ;
bas adopted a resolution ror transmis-1
sion to the secretary ror the colonies ,
In London asking that the German col-
onies be permanently Incorporated ;
within the British empire. j
STILL IN THE GAME
PARIS, Dec. 10. (Havas.) Prince
Henry or Prussia, brother or the form
er German emperor., has proclaimed
the establishment of a royalist party
In Germany, according to reports from J
Omar Sprinkled Powder on the Smoul
' dering Embers. From a Puff of Blue
Flame Stepped the Slave of
Spake Omar: "Guests bore me. I com
mand you rid me of this spare room
furniture that 1 may not be annoyed."
5 And being an intelligent slave, the genii
put an Ad in The Review Classified Col
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