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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919.
Society & vents of Warren District
i x VI
Dr. von KleinSmid
Speaks at Y. W. C. A.
Dr. R. D. von KleinSmid spo'.te lo
a iarpe representative audience o!
women Thursday afternoon that more
than filled the recreation room of the
Y. V. (". A. The address was siv-n
under the auspices of tl.e Twentieth
Ventury ilub which' sei the necessary
machinery- in motion 10 secure hini as
soon as it was known that he )Yrr.i
been aide lo accept the invitation to
address the Men's Luncheon club.
Introduced by Mr. rhilibrook. Dr.
von KleinSmid immediately had th
attention of the entire audience dur
ing the whole hour. K:s subject was
on the reconstruction period and the
social problems we must meet ia or
der t; come 'i;t to tiie ideals of the
returuiiis soldier. The nemo i.tusl
be recognized as mi important f;tor
iu this work of social l et-oust ruction
liaviiiu shown bis fitnss i'i his ready
ii'sio::se to the call ot.tbe men of
thio country to ji?ot lor democracy.
He also dwelt upon the obliterini; of
all religions and the substitution of
the common effort as one of the bis
fac'ors in this new trend of th.i
Anions the lansiluir lace very much
intent and keenly interested ihrounh
the cntije hour were seen Mrs. K. K.
Kllin-.ood. Mrs. C. S. Thompson, Mrs.
John Bride and her sister, Mrs. C.
Hridpe: Mrs. Spauidinn, Mrs. Lyi.n,
Mrs. E. J. Flannisan. Mrs. George
t'obb, Mrs. llrakelield and many om
its. Tne hisli school pupiis were ex
cused and came down in a body.
The Twentieth Century club will
have a series of these monthly ad
dressee which are specially planned
lor the women of t ie district.
TO LEAVE CAPITAL
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Mr. Kurry Holds
Mrs. Alexander Murry had ei.sht
tuesta on Thursday afternoon for a
.sewing tea. Shirts from the fled
Cross rooms ir. Warren needing some!
linishing touches in handwork were
completed besides some machine sew
ing. Those spending a very profitable
as well as enjoyable aitcrnoon were:
Mesdameg Jo!:n Foster, O. M. Saelid,
K. J. Croslin, Thomas Je well, V. A.
MtCjiiald, T. Shikamura aud Minton.
hi mji j i m m m n '
were Mesdanies A. G. MeGre-or.
Charles l. Woods, Kd Irving. J. K. j
Currv, Ivan Durness. Sam Frankeu i
ber.n, C. S. Thompson and Mrs. Frank
A. C. H. A. Will Sell j
The local chapter ot the A. C. li. A.!
met ai the home of Mrs. U . J. Siei: of j
Warren, mid decid'-d to increase the j
funds i.t the society i.y making (uilts
to seil to the public. Tiieie will no '
doubt be a lar .e .!c.i:nmi for them as .
they ai" seiliu.; ai ;i very reasonable
price. The r.exi nieeutig will be held;
at the .home ot .Mrs. Hoiuewood in
Warm:. AiaoliK t.iese picsetst wile
.Mesdimes McDonald, Chajiiiiaii. Mur- ..
ry, I'hipitei liekt. Uaal.cid. Hawe. O. i
I. Lilf;ei.l, r. A. W. KiiKebler. Shiku-'
tiiura, 'piiiks. Gai;e, Clink, Woods.'
Sies. !le:;:.'. ooo aiid Smith. '
B. sbte Residents at '
San Marcos Hotel. :
Dr. L. D. iiiekutts and Mrs. Iticketts j
are Kpi iiding the wimer in ( handler i
occupying one of the cottages in Hun- ;
galour park. A number of residents of ,
the Vv'anen district were stopping at;
the San JLaicos during the convention i
of the Amtrican Mining congress.!
Among those attending were W. U. j
Gohiing, J. b". Hauklierd. Taui Stevens, j
A. Yaljean, J. K. Curry and Grant 1L
Mr. and Mrs. Rider Be. urn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Rider, who hae i
I roces.tly returned to the district after !
I tn absent ol several mouths in the.'
eusl in war woik are Jivini; 1:1 ine
Kennedy house oil the bjuievard 1
which they lrivc just acquired., ;
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St. John's Guild
Meets in Warren.
Tiie t. John's ,uild was entertained j
at the home of Mrs. K. A. Crocker ou
Wednesday afternoon. Araor.g the
Shine. Dennett, Smiih, Lynn, Derriaus,
Diakctield, Armstrong, Edmmdsou,
O'Malley, Clack, lilair and Miss Wliuu.
The meeting on .'cbruary will t
t Mrs.- Armstrongs.
Well Known Women
Will Go to France.
Much interest centers around the
appointment of Miss Anita Post of
Tucson and Miss jane Gregg ol I'lioe
nix as the choice of the executive
board ol the State Federation cf
Women's clubs fcr Y. M. C. A. host
s.-es in France. Fach state is bend
ing two representatives which vvi.l
l'oini a unit representing the foremost
women of the land. Loth women are
well known here. Miss Gregg, cs sec
retary if ihe State Women's ciubs
iiiid Mis I'o.-t, as an instructor in ro
mance lauuaes- at the state uni-ver.-iiy.
Little Gir.'s Enjoy
.M.s. W. II. Anderson entertained
Saturday aitertujon w:tn birtbaa.
jiatty ljr !ur ycung daughter, Lavou
liiieen, l fcer home iu lumusio::e
i a:;c:i. .'. ss M:unie Kt lly assisted
.u;s. Andes sou in j.Iunr:!;-." an cujoy
;:ble 1 iree lo; the littie ieiiis, 'ijrili;
ti:c ):') irs beiv.ecn 2 and 5. Appro
pi U.te H !.e.-:ini( nts we; ser.e lt.) Il i
,'i!,v. iiu iil'le trieinis, Hutii Ma, del:.
;. iu.i::j lurry. Mabel Wai nrintiioii.
Alia I'.; '., li ibeti and ClUiter Lain
lueyer a:.J Lesier Tchifhan.
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. :neu ia charge a I'.i.-. War
. i'.,.-s i.K)ins .i.-h lo make a
:i.i ; ic s:;-.!eui-rt in regard ie
lehi.u open ew.y ( ,y ex
11: day. The small 1 1 out rou.:.
t sed instead 01 the iarse
eiu.. i; oe:ng very
Coun.ry Club Bridge
'i h;i.:',e ,.::.-,y ?t t.;e Women'?
club I ?! ::iy aftena.i.u '..i.;! .M rs
Vance j . n.-ou ml Mr-. K !.'. Coief
a I;osj:-.'S wis a very drin. ml ai
lair. A urreut r.uii prcjrjin pre
ceded li." -,h.y;n;- ia wi.ieh tii" names
of ii. e .i.vtitr ui "11 1 men j.ro.ui'ie:,t
in the , ; v.eie brought i-: by tuiii
of :ht gv.;-i't ai.d their p.) iiloii in
:!.e orl.i:j events was di.-ci.-scd.
i'tu't'j! tl the ru ember: v,-::;r lorceu
in ; .!'!
ii: their regrets on account
At.u.'::;; t'.esc pi. y'-'- were:
Den Fia.;keiil,ei g. miii II
10. lioiiv. it :ir. Ivan Lnrges:
. ister, Mrs. O'Dneu: .1. T
J:. ii. Laud'-s atij Ho- aid D.ir
rorrrrr urig neer is
Weeded in Battle.
M i's Artliur .Notlnan re'.t'.y ft
ceivd a b'Mi r irotn Lt I.eioy rvi i; 1 Ii
eil. v. i: v. ill ix- r'Sneinbi reil as a i.iin
i:ig -!ig;;:er.r Ai.n lli Plielj-s Ded.e
ccrpot :i.ii;;i. t'oppir (jii 1:! biai.th. in
!in h I.? HM i.;ioiid being v rj..;ji-;
Itit . no i. tails. A It (t.-r arriv
ing li 'I troni I, is luolht r gave th--story
as she li.nl ;o(cive! it liom a
brother oiticer. On September
Lieut, mini Mit'ledl and his ire v. in
charge ui a Sank, were plciighing
thiough iieay shell lire, when a Ivgb
eip'o ie sin i! f 11 on top of tiie tai:K
espl'iiiing inside, lt seems hardly lev,
than miraculous that they veic tin'
all kil'e-!. Mit.lnil although badly
V. OUilded. retrllei one of his l l e'v -.1111)
M '.it'l'erit-i! from aleokeii I.'l:. lien,
under the mass of burning debris audi
Miss Alice Requa.
Miss Alice Renua who is the
daughter of Mark L. Requa, head of
jthe oil conservation section of the
(United States fuel administration, is
one of the popular debutantes in
Washing-ton this season. Miss
Requa will not remain in the capital
throughout the entire social season,
however instead she expects to re
turn with her parents to their Cali
fornia home before spring.
took bin: to safety. lie ,was sent to
an Knglish hospital to recover irom
his injuries, which by the way is the
hospital at which Captain Ferguson is
3. Y. P. U. Elects
Officers for 1S19.
'1 he D. i i". I', tit. : at t'.:e hojie
of Mrs. 'i'iuberts in Warren Tiles-Jay
jve.i.ng. The election i.i oilieers re
sulted in .Miss ayvilia Feiron, presi
dent: Mr. Ia id -;o:i, vice presideiit :
Miss .Mab. l Kcees, lecoidiag secre
tary; Mrs. Hilton, corresponding sec
retory and chairman of the social com
mittee: Herman 1 eeman, treasurer.
Tl. members presefl t'jat cvvuin
were: Misses sy villa Ferron. Chowu.
..larie .'.ttams. .-ilma lit an. I'hi.eiiu
:loH, ."iarie I rivelt. .Messrs. Herniun
licecier. Vein Canneii, -sicr (. o a
luiie. Nowliii Coibrai.o, Mr. Mi:;e-i,
Ait. Haii.pton ;::.d .mis. iii.ty:i.
Visits in District.
Mis. John J. La.ie. the bi.ite s;n vy ,
nurse for the Anii-'f utercuioois So-1
ctely 01 Aiizoiia, is in the district to!
study conditions and bring belore the j
public the jtr-ent ne.essity oi' taking
up a practical educational program j
that will reach each ami e'. cry in Ji :
viduul in ortLr to com-;., uiis menace;
which takes oa che proi onion.; of ii
ccmmuiiity. state or national one1
i v. he:n neglected.
Mrs. Lane is stopping at the Y. W. ;
I C. A. and ii: an inter, lew laid much!
j s'.iess en tiie iuct that each s:aie i
J must, iii l.ia ir.irg to wage a fight
' against this far too prevalent disease,'
j su;dy its Oi.n conditions a.iu use;
j methods best suited lo them. Mrs j
I Lane has had a v, id.; experience and !
i .-'piendid training, wl.i.h especially tils'
I her for this work. ;:
"You in Arizona," i-l.o saii. "and in
! tact il is true of all the states of the'
' southwest, have a migratory indigent
i fiopulaiion on account of your wonder-'
j lul climatic conditions v-hien makes it
i even more necessary to see that caiii
The Countess of Carlisle.
The Countess of Carlisle, who mar
ried tne eleventh earl reiently, is the
daughter if the muster of lluthven.
The earl is a lieutenant in tne royal
navy l.ndv . Carlisle is considered
cue of tiie t.ea :t:es of the Hritish no
bility ami is an ardent worker for
the I'.ys retuMiiRc ftm the front.
person nr.t only knows how to care
lor himself, but tnat he actually, prae-1
tices it. Lven inougn tne numoer ot
cases here is small compared to many
; oi the- toi:s in Arizona, each case is
i not only a menace to the family bt
! to iiio community at large tttiiess the
proper prei autions are taken The:..
t jo. tne influenza ,ia:i deiuic will be
another contributory fc-.ctor in increas
ing tne number of cases of tubercu
losis if the proper preventative steps
are not taken."
in cic. ing. Mrs. Lane sui-.l she
wishid to iii'presr, upon the public the
great need of e.;uaii :ii in these mat
ters. The public schools hire ap.
mest progressive in already iur. ir.g
this work in (he sc'.'.o-.-l sysleru. U is
honed that there will not be a person
in the w'poie district who will not hear
(Contime-il on l';isn Four;
unexpected field. The most recent dis
' covery of interest is the fact that the
' country's youngest alienist is a mere
' girl as far as years are colieerm d.
I ' She is Miss Mary Frances Martin.
. 22 year old psychologist and expert on
' feeble-miiiiledii; ss. The young woman
! who. it is claimed, certainly may qual
I if as the country's youngest brain ex- ;
! pert, studieii for two years at Leland
i Stanford university under Dr. Louis N. '
Terman, who standardized intelligence
I tets. Then she attended Columbia
i for two years more. At present she
! is employed in New York city as an ;
; alienist in the school for defectives at
(ita.idall s Island.
i Dr. J. , F. Vavasour wall horn j
1 Miss .Vartin is associ-iled, belie.es!
that her phenomenal rise was due :o i
jthe unusual aihantages of study she
ienjojed, especially under Dr. Ter-j
I man. '
M:ss .Martin was "discovered'' I
j when she had lo testify at a recent
supreme eourt hearing and although
the woman lawyer who was conduct
ing ihe case against her did all -she
could to prove that the young Caii
lornian could not rank as an expert
psychologist sue was unsuccessful.
Miss Martin testified that she had
examined 4' mentally deficient peo
ple since her appointment last year.
Sails for France.
j Miss Ida Tarbeli, who sailed for
I France on January 7 to study Fu
I ropcan conditions, presented a new
j angle en the "returned soldier"
! question in a speech made just be
1 fore she left.
! "Whe'l ili " iiimi nun ,m,i, irei-i . , 1 1 -
owu country return from Europe wo
cannoi. meet them casually and take
MP the old relations where we lett
off when they went away," she said.
"Instead we will have to try t.a
fathom that experience and take up
life again on a new plane."
For the women of France and Eng
land this readjustment of self will
not be so difficult. Miss Tarbell be
lieved, because the war has touched
them mere nearly. It has come in
to their homes, and from the first
they have not been cut off from the !
men who were going through it. For
thm, therefore, there is no strange
chasm to bridge. But the American '
women have been entirely cut off j
from the war, and they have no key
to the change that has taken place
in the souls of their men. There-!
fore it will only be by loving observa-,
Your money in our Bank will be absolutely se
cure, ar.d making more money for you workin?
day and night, rain cr shine, -"hither you arc sick
or well or taking a vacation.
4'r ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Bank with us.
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Dinner at Hotel.
1 ues.l :-ig:il -;.'. a"'! M.r 11. V.
joi:;i'.e,:i e-ii; :! ..iit i d :'v. .aid e". :
J. 'J'r.Cil:3-;;il ..i i:.:.:.. . a. I. Cc. :ier:
ii . i j iit.: A . . ry i:. iii .aa-
sical program v.a : , cd l. :r i.i
l.e pi.r:-Ji:;. .-.::. l.,.i:c.t.i. e:ie o: tile
gu sti. at..yi;g a: lt- hoioi :.: i a:i '
n-i errwiisn u :, a:, i Mis
e.e.-a :;t ti;t j; .no ; .1 '. eral'
li i.i T. i c ,;ti M. '.a.;: ..1 -,a.:g
Of Interest to Women
The armistiie and the end of the liet.-elf fche itianagtd to spread Ainer
great war does not mean the end of j iean i'itas cud policies among the
war work by any means. The only i Ge rman people, usir.g S .v itzeriand as
difference is that now wajr work v ill
ljj talied recousiruetion work and will
he adapted tor the needs of peace
times. Many people are hastening tc
SUFFRAGE LEADER '
SAILS FOR FRANCE,
L. J. OVERLOOK, Broker
Correspondents: Paine, Weter & Co.. Boston, Duluth, Calumet
LOGAN & ERYAN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN CCPPER STOQK
A- J. CRAIG, Independent Gasfitter.
ALL KINDS GAS V0!"!K MY SPECIALTY. Gas Water Heaters anit.
Ranges installed and repaired. Gas piping work guaranteed. Prices
reasonable. Phone 2E3, care H. E. V.'ootton, Res. Phone, Black 702.
a base n operations.
For the presi iu siie
v ii: arsist in
al the peace
Medical f'an ,s
Awarded Crojs. ;
Another very ir.;eri'sli:'.j war epi-i
. cite i- the honor ot the I. U. C. to he ,
oiuerred on Licittenaat '.V'alkins lor
naveiy in i.seaia., aiid caring tor,
honnile, in Ho- .ate ui heavy shell
iire. it is a lare lli.ng lor a debtor to
reieiie this hoi.it as his post winie
..i the liai.ger one. does not place l.iia
where he v onl'i have li.e opjan tunity
10 do actual rescue erk on the hat- '
tie Iiela. Ju i jti'iur lo the sieni-.iH
j the armti'.iee i.ieii) riuui Aain.ns'
vas lecoliinieiiiiid tor a captaincy.
Bap.isC Ladies' Aid
Plans Food oa.c.
dr.v S'-ii;.ii' ; i e-rtaitieil tiie m. m
aers of lie- l .eei.! l.:e!i..'s' Aid ai iu r
tn.uie oa Si in id hill. '1 ne linai j.ians .
tiie loeii e .. e.c ieriec;.ii and;
.Me.-tlanic I.i i i , lia.l and kinlzh-r j
vill tit- in chaice i t tin sale lo be .
acid al An lis gnaeiy More. With
.ne oi.eo.ii el u. new church on '.
.Main Si.":e in . iew we-eks the mei t-1
.11..4 ot U.c A.l ..ul ue held in the
ruiiren loom.- .will Lie excep'ion ot
.iie monthly m.ssieliaiy iii.eti,iP-,.
'ni !: is to I v henl ai lile hoiues ol
.lie m.'iiiiii'i 'I lue,e pleseili last
iltji.-il.iy ji'i r.:t en wee .l estla.ines
n. i! ( oepir, . U i. ei. II.
.-.i:.t.., J. '. i'll.l,.., J. (.'. i.as.-UI,
....i'l Aia-n Mi.i -Vi... leiiiei.
j-.ois I'live to Warren.
i i... Jie. i ar- 1 . i : : in '.Va.-
; ,: I.: t!i. . o.i-e len.ieily tn i .jjiied
iv '-. ' alien ... I .res.
A-io'.her Chain f".irty.
J;-. ('. .M J...iin s chain p.itiy
jiii-sc piayi:,.; lanti en .Mmuiay ait
!i lloo:i v.ere M et.ll.l 'le - -1 li. J. Mitchell,
f. V. hitely :, ul i'raak heei.-r.
.v jii en Vlomcn Arc
Country Clufc H( o'.ubuts.
.Mrs. : . I: i;.,!ii iiii; ai.d .'ir.. K. H
A'lllte!.. v.. re the heslcsheh at Ihe
'oin.t'y tiiiti Sat in day r.tu-i noon. A
1 1 1 1 i t nt th ... " eli'. hostfs-es for
le -.lilt lei;.'. :i':.H! ll.ei tll'lf. iel
llide. Alll' il . those I ilii'l -tail. illg
ft- . ' : Vrw : i25v
f 4 - V'-' ex- .
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I Is Ye -r Hucoind
I An Alien I
If l.e is" you had ;)et.ir put away
uli pt.liiicui ;ar.!fi':nns or yi.t.rstil
or yon may sh:iu-ii.i-e ;.;r; y..ur-clf in
tiie pcsitio.i Ct th,' i'(.i!ll-. y...i kie
; vii z, who a tn o::i. v.oiiiun to
t win ia the tec. ;:i i '.!'i:U..ie:,iary elec-ti.;:l--
i.i ,:u:ei. Sue is no-,'.' 111-et:i-ii!
to ia (e iv: t.at Ii -uj - she
, is ;.:, . I.e.. 1 . i.iai'1 ;.!j.o. The
' :i.i:ii .-.s ieai i'lei. a l'( l::-n count.
Car. mir ilainin ne j.kievicv, in
ii-l'e. lie waa iiuVr-r nata! a.izt:d.
Kwii 11101.011 she was eligible,
houeve:', the enm.te.,3 would 1101
take her .-e-t for nia:iy ieaso::s. In
the iir.-: plaie sbt l: a S an l ei:c:.
and none if the Sinn K iners chosen
;.l the reu-nt e-ltein.ns u i:l take their
seat, their eh. : ti'.-:s i)e:!i i;n rely
p. i'eM against l!le Itiinsli ern
I.ieiu. 'the Co'.ra;te-s Marl.iev ic.
moieovii'. vas ni..:cieij as one ct
the leaders ;u tin- uprioinK 01 .1.'aster.
. lt'l'i. u.'ai v.tis siiiten etl to death,
-the se;.te::ce ix in a:.cr. :iel com
!::ini a to imprisonment.
Althonuh she u totally blir.d.
'Annie l't'icsoii. ae .; ti 7 . mi ;
five t;i lleiimuiy. i.; out tor a
oi ion sweaters for t !'.e ' lit.ys of
Ami; lean army, she i. ::!!, ot
lion and a patient sympathetic, earn
est desire to understand that they
will be able to attiin the plane 01
the men of their lainilies.
Sore lliroai, Colds
Quickly Relieved By Ha:r.!!n'
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a simple
and eilective treatment for sore
throat and chest colds. Used as a
gargle for sore throat it brings quick
relief. Rubbed on the chest it will
often loosen up a bard, deep seated
cold in one night
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
nd burns occur in every family, as
well as little troubles like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker sores,
stiff neck, and tired aching feet.
Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al
ways bring quick relief.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant littie pink pills, 30
Office CJow Copper Queen Hotel
CI CJ Jrk Li
Copper Queen Hotel
ti s 2 a . v 1.
1 h1 w S-a c
Sirs. Norman deR. Wliitehouse.
Mrs. Norman deR. Whitehouse,
Buffratrist leader ar.d distributor of
American propaganda in Germany,
has sailed for Europe to Assist in
circulating pro:iaira::da at the Peace
Conference. Mrs. tVhitehouse will
represent the Committee on Public
Information while abroad.
Moid of Kurdish, but her sympa
thy s U..U' Ot eu llh t.... 1 in., ii s
all tlvtriiiL; the var. yhe has alteady
The National Women's Tr.uie. I'nion
l''ai;iio i.i s . n 1 ju - the women .-tteet
car i-.'ieil -n il is in iheir i;:du to ie
tain their posh ions. v. hieh the War
l.al.or boa id reniiily decided thotild
be ;;ivt :i up io men.
i'K! . us
Willie oi Hi
l ie I li U ' 1 !.; ;
le'.i 1 tiers.
Eurt pe to repe ie Ihe otas v !.:) have ;
woitied so valiantly throuru 'he sii'ii!-'-,le
ami nov.' need a rest au.l many ,
more pre 11 turiiinic to tat.e lip duties
which they l. u lor a In; 1 l eei h a.t
it llu ami!-.! M e ves sr. ie ti.
..Iii. .i.r!n:iu tli U. V. iiit-lie.:M- is
ore of tin; nomca to retnin 10 i;.
Olie to IV.-' lMe pef ii.(ljiS (Met' tht:)
.-'in' sailnl lor i'.o: iIimux lee-nily 01: a"
tiie Flench liner Kspantie. .irs. ' ldaties.
11 i.lttl ,.i: is . ...in e 1. d in the I
y r,t t:'.i;.iiic.is in .ia..sa- j W
have ieeee,e,J a minimum 1
pi r w.ek for e.ti i-I i
lati in tt. ja a i eiv ie'.-1 ;
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