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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919.
WOMEN ASK FUNDS
TO HELP ORPHANS
That the Warren district fund for
the Fatherless Children of France
may be increased to reach the de
mands of pledges undertaken by the
local committee, women in charge of
the organization will this week aj;aiu
renew their efforts to secure addi
tional pltdxes cf friends to the or
phans of the war torn districts of
France. The campaign will begm on
Monday, and will continue until suf
ticicnt funds have been raised to
meet all obligations.-
Under the plan which will be put
into effect this week, several persons
will be permitted jointly to subscribe
to the support of one or more or
phans. However, the women in
charge declare, any persou w ho wishes
now to subscribe independently lor
one orphan is privileged to so pledge.
Cards for pledges of joint support I
have been prepared by the women and i
will be presented to various residents
of the district for circulation.
For the support of one orphan it is
pointed .lt, the following scale ap
plies: l' cents keeps a child a day,
$3 one month, $:;6.50 one year and
$73 two years. Subscriptions and
applications lor orrhans may be ent
to J. P. Connolly, local treasurer, at
the Bank of Bisbee.
The Warren district organization
for the support of ilie fatherless chil
dren of France lias been in existence
for the past year and more. Through
it many residents have subscribed to
support at least one child, and the
organization itself has undertaken the
support fo a number of children al
most equal to the individual elfort of
the district. It is the fulfillment ot
this latter pledge that the women at
this time are working toward.
sy 1 f c1 tttij coal oil, distllate. stone distillate tops
OOlUieV alOW V iliiand 32 34 gravity gas, tlie Jilt a gas
i nrrtresu ainliri tn a half dozen or
ffp CrlllPll ' 4 ft ft 1 11
The First cavalry minstrel perform
ance, given last night at the Grand
theater, will be repeated again today,
so many people were turned away
from the doors last night alter the
S. R. O. sign had been hung out.
The performance was rather above
that of the ordinary amateur company,
and there were a number of laughter
creating features. Judging from ap
plause, the audience liked it from
start to finish. An added attraction
was the excellent music of the First
The minstrel men paraded during
the afternoon, the flags of the allies
and regimental guidons making a col
orful medley as attractive to the eyes
as the band music was to the ear. A
concert played on the veranda of the
Phelps Dodge store was heard by sev-
eral hundred people
, Yt l I sarv metais, coat ana irainea laoorers.
DraiJiatlC rCeCllOllHe sas Orman agriculture will be
crippled if the machines are delivered
htir f'hnrifii .Sniii!-
Pupils of Mrs. Maye Esther Eng
lish will be presented in a dramatic
recital at the high school gymnasium,
Thursday evening, January 30, at 8:15
o'clock. The recital will be given for
the benefit of the Warren district re
lief association and an admission of
50 cents will be tfiarged.
Those to appear in the recital are:
Jeanette Newman. Amy Fenner.
Martha Cooper, Mary Hennessey.
Scotti Mae Hines. Blanche Campbell,
Nina Fay Stevens, Emily McDonald
and Helen McDonald.
AGRICULTURAL PLAN ENDS
.IFAREZ. Mex., Jan. IS. With the
transfer of the command of the north
western military zone from General .
Castro, the agricultural cxperimeut !
w hich General Murgui has been con-j
ducting at Molinar. near Chihuahua j
City, came to an end. i
General Murguia conceived the Plan!
Dr. Anna Ekola
Comes to us w.'i recommended
from the most reputable drut
stores in Arizona. Oreuon biwl
Montana, and we can well re
commend her, as has given the
people here the le- in" satisfaction,
in fai t, we believe licr work as a
Chiropodist could not be belter,
and we can recommend her to any
one who needs her servii es. She
will be here till Wednesday night.
lias also agency fur Wi.,ird arch
Builders, the only an li I hat is com
fortable the first wearing.
LOWELL DRUG CO.
10 A. M. to 9 P. M.
of putting hundreds" of rebels from
the south, who had been given am
nesty, on the fertile lands of northern
Mexico and assisting them to earn a
living. He started his first experi
mental tract at Molinar and another
later at Laguna station. Farming im
plements, horses, mules and wind
mills were supplied these native farm
ers who arrived from the south with
their families. Although the experi
ment did not have sufficient time to
prove its value, a substantial a crop
was being made by the former rebels
when tJie scheme was abandoned by
General Margul when he left for the
MILK ANALYSIS FOR
WEEK ENDING JAN. 18
The analysis of milk for the week
ending January IS, as reporteJ by Dr.
R. B. Durlee, city and county bac
teriologist, follows. For the informa
tion of readers it may be stated that
the legal maximum of water in milk
is gg per cent, while there must be
at least 3.25 per cent of butter fat
Busy Bee Fruit Market.. 3.2 S7.93
Hillside f)airy 3.5 S3.05
Bisbee Creamery 8.5 S3.50
Standard 3.6 87.60
A. Ilaram 2. 90.20
Sun Jos 4.2 S7.CG
F. Guerrero 4.3 86.29
Van Hulon 6. S3 97
W. S. Hayes .6 86.20
J. Conley A 4. . 86.40
J. Con lev li 3.4 8S.19
A. M. Collins 5. 86.82
Pitts Process Is
Burning low grade fuel, including
nlore automobile? in this district is
meeting with success, according to
the report of officers. The Pitta pro
cess was invented by Bisbee men and
is entirely a local proposition. It h;'S
been tinder tests now for some
To date the Pitts has' been applied
only to Ford cars, by the replacing of
the Ford cam-shaft with the Pitts
cam-".iialt. The process is not that of
a new carburetor, but is a second lift
process through t'ie man i (old whereby
combustion of the low grade fuels is
MYSTERY OF CRIME
(Continued from Page One)
jclares Ulat Germany will be unable to
replace the agricultural machinery
taken, because Germany lacks neces-
The Boersen Courier says that Food
Minister Wurm declared that he first
learned of the conditions through the
press and that he could not accept re
sponsibility for the consequences. The
TageUlatt asks in an editorial:
"Where are justice and humanity
whioh were to dictate peace? We be
hold always force and only force and
the German people, after such treat
i physical and mental sufferings, are
delivered to destruction. '
BOLSHEVIKI TAKE CITY
LONDOX, Jan. 18 (By the Associ
aid iressK Mitau. the capital of
Court'.and, has been occupied by the
bolshevitj, according to a iGennan
wireless dispatch here today. The
Germans were obliged to leave behind
numerous guns and supplies of am-
fire broke out, destroying a great
number of houses in the center of the
WOMEN LEADER OF
RUSSIANS IN U. S.
(Coiiilntied trom Page O.it)
wish to obtain her as a speaker. The
NaMor.el Woman Suffrage association
is trying to arrange speaking appoint
ments tor her. I tcel that her work
in America will be devoted to the
Russian orphans. She was engaged
iu tnis work belore she left Russia."
JUROR VIOLATES OATH
(Bv I'.eview leased V.'ire
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 18 The
charge that an unnamed juror violated
his ohth in the trial in which Joshua
W. Sykes, apostle of the Church of the
Living God, Berkeley, Calif, and Den
ver, Colo., and three oihers were con
victed recently in the I'nited States
district court of violation of the espi
onage law, was made, today when
Sykcs and others were up for sen
tence. Their attorney alleged that the jur
or am! one of the leading witnesses
for the government nad on three oc
casions had luncheon together while
the trial was in progress. To give
the government time to rep'y to the
allecation sentence was postponed uu
til next Tuesday.
PUBLISHER FACES TRIAL
H'.v li'-view lw'aseij Wire
NEW YORK. Jan. 1 - Edward A.
iiuinle;. . former publisher of the New
York Evening Mail, was held today ,
by a I'nited Stxtes coniniisisoner fori
removal to W ashington to answer in-
dictnienls growing out of nis alleged
purchase of the .Mail with German
government monev Immediately aft-
erwaid he obtained a wr't it habeas
mrpilf ir''iituiK xniil inn nt tin-
1 l 1 .
ENDS IN SHOOTING PURCHA
Bv ItevK-w Leased Wire)
DAVENPOHT, la.. Jan. IS. Bitter
feeling growing out of the free use
of yellow paint on the barns and
fences of Ward Turner, 35 years old.
led to the probable fatal shooting of
fjennis Flynn, 34 years old, by Turner,
in the main street of Mauuoketa this
Turner was taken irto custody Im
mediately alter the shooting and
given a henring on a charge of as
sault with intent to murder.
Although bonds were fixeJ at $10,
000, the authorities reTuso to release
him until the outcome of Flyun's
wounds are definitely known.
The feud between the Turner and
Flynn families started last summer
when Turner was married. The Flynn
faction alleged that he married to
evade the draft.
On one occasion during the sum
mer, raiders visited the Turner farm
at night and painted his barn and
e.ht Is a bright yellow. The Flynn
'faction was accused of the deed. An
other night another expedition al
leged to have been headed by the
Flynns went to the Turner farm and
daubed the fences o:re more with
yellow paint. Saturday afternoon
Flynn and Turner met ou the main
business street of the town.
"You ought to be in Russia with
t;;e bolsheviki, Flynn is alleged to
have said to Turner.
Turner is alleged to have di.'wn a
pistol and iirc.l two shots at Hync.
one of which struck him in the jaw.
DIED IN GERMANY
LONDON, Jan. IS. ( British Wire
less Service.) Of the 2,0'i.OH') Rus
sian prisoners scattered throughout
the central empires, 1,000,00 died in
captivity, accjijing to the Morning
Post. Reiatriated British prisoners
of war have brought reports of the
inhuman treatmeut meted out to Rus
sian prisoners in the concentration
camps of Germany and Austria, and
these stories have been borne out by
a report recently received by the In
ternational Red Cross from some of
its delegates who have just returned
According to these reports, the Rus
tians were subjected to terrible bru
talities and were lorct-d to do heavy
and degrading work, whether hick or
v el' They were always half btorver1.
and were under the cor.S'.an
of the lash. Some 80C.0OO
still remain in Germany.
BAR GERMANS FROM
LUVUilAll 1 1 rLJAiran Soluiers and Valors Protective
lHy f.evicw L.as'i
PARIS, Friday, Jan. 17
sion of Germany to the league of na
tions is the subject of numerous dis
cussions. Leon Bourgeois, French au
thority on the league, thinks it must
be composed at first exclusively of
the associated nations and those neu
tral states which since 1H1T have ad
nered to the rules of the second Hague
conference and who have Uhrmg tfle .
war strictly observed international
rights. Later M. Bourgeois f jels, Ger
many may prove her title to incm.be.r-
'"It is the free people w ho have j
fougnt lor justice and right w ho must :
lay the unshakable foundations ot the
league," said M. Bourgeois to the As-1
aociated Press, "and who must in ai
spirit ot perfect and mutual trust pro-!
mulgated its laws, determine the guar-!
autees, and shoulder its obligations." I
' Ought Germany then nut form a ;
part oi the league 7" he was asked. j
"On that opinions dif!er,' he replied. I
"My ow n is that a league ot nations ,
tends to become universal, hut ow nig
to the very object which we are tiy-j
ing to achieve, it tan only be in-ititut-1
e.U among free nations wuich are trie
to their word and which are icady 10 j
give all the guarantees which aie ic-1
gaily i:nd materially necessary. Ger-!
many can join the league
v. nen s he
full ills these conditions.
"But the mere upsetting of in-r mili
tary government cannot lie considered
sufficient proof that she has turned
over a tresh leaf. The dangt r lies,
not only in the military government
alone, but in the very soul of the Ger
man people, it ia tne whole of tier
many that has said to the woilri:
Might before right.' "
"ine destruction of ouilitarism,
therefore, is neccst, ary, r.ut this politi
cal revolution must lie bo accomplish
ed bv a moral revolution as well.
Doubtless Tie sweeping victory gain-I
cd by the allies will hasten tnis tians
tornidtion and help Germany to realize ,
that there exists a force -uperior to I
material force anil that the reign of'
sovereign justice has arrived."
"In any case." continued M. Hour-,
geois, "besides the military t'ltir intees
that will be imposed by the Veace I
treaty, besides the f.iif.linii ;u ol all'
just reparations, besides the punish-j
ment of ail those guilty of crimes i
; against human law s, (e i many must ac
j ccpt and submit to all the tuies of ;
iinu ination.il control to which tlie titn
I er nations will have consented vol ,
I'E.N.-'Ai ' 'I. A. Fla.. Jan 1
dent A .ialor Jnhn Wi-morc
An.eles was killed in.ir Im I
w .1 h Knsi-n A. 1 . Hmucvw,'
nev . V Y.. and Student
1. 1" l.ns;
1 ..f le-
James J Gruv n!
I'il tvhui ; h.
or-iilHir m'HI'I.iih h II into l'i n,n
I All flic bixli'.'s wi'ir I ccdV ci L'.l.
LEBAUDY TRIED TO
I-.y Review Leaned Wire
MINKOLA, D- I.. Jan. 18. Attor
neys for Madame Jacqi.es LebauJy,
who shot and killed her husband, the
self styled "Emperor of the Sahara,"
in their hotel at Westbury last Sat
urday, obtained today irom a New
York drug clerk an affidavit stating
thai Lebaudy tried to purchase poison
the .lay he was slain. According to
the affidavit, LelK.udy said the poison i
was for his wife anJ child. The clerk i
said he refused to mae the sale.
The affidavit will l:e turned over!
Monday to Charles It. Weeks, dis
trict attorney of Nassau county, who
is conducting an investigation of the
shooting before the -rrand jury, and
it is beiieed, will strengthen Madame
I.ebaudy's claim t!:at she and her
daughter, J::cueline, had been threat
ens! repeatedly by her husband.
trmsl K. S.iheni. a:i attorney, who
said h tud had charge of Madame
Lebaudy's affairs fo- more than ten
years, issued a statement today de
claring trere was no likelihooi that
a successful atu-ir.;;t would be made
to prt-vent I.e.- an j ln.-r daughter from
inhtriiinc t!:o major part of the slain
man's fortune, which is estimated at
several miliums. Madame LebauJy,
he said, can prove a char right to
her dov.tr interest in Ui i-.-,fue. So
f:T as kuo'vu Lebaudy lei t no v. ill.
Report on Fitms
iVv Review Lensf-d Wire)
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. Engineers of
ti:e National board of lire under
wirters in a report made public here
today on motion picture film fires,
in which lives Wjve been lost and
much property destroyed, warned
against pos.sihie repetitions, in count
less cities throughout the United
Attention was called to recent fi'.m
fires iu Pittsburg. Chicago, Detroit and
elsewhere, and instances cited in
which 'practically all recognized safe
guarding features in connection with
the storage of film were utterly disre
garded." Elimination of the inflammable
uitro-cellulose film and the substitu
tion of the non-inflamable acetate
film, the report says, is not at pres
ent possible, but the engineers urge
"the enactment of laws prohibiting
the future printing of motion pictures
upon the nitro-ttll'ilcse films."
Meauv.uhe, it says, every effort to
reduce the fire hazard bhould be
"TOW il .iruu.iii uie jjlt-ffllL aiui u'
DISCHARGED MEN ORGANIZE.
(Ky ;.-v-v J.iNised Vv'lrej
NEW lOitK. Ja.i. 1 The Am!ii-
I association, t'.ie c'ni.'l supporter ot i
vfci.-h is raid to b. a leading financier
.,n.i aw.xeil r.hiect of which is to
:Uht t.ie :-riicad of bolshevism among
oflicers and men released from the j
ration's services and out of work, has
been fo.med here by a sroun of dis i i
ehi:i'i.ed armv oificers. it was an-i
nouueeU to lay. Uii'orts of the organ-i
iiatiou which wa.- conceived by Lt. L I
D. Mayne, will i onsisl chiefly in pro-
. ;,,, ,h iisi-hnred men wit'i what
ewr he needs money, credit, help!
in finding a j.ib or aid ia getting to i
his houiu tiwu. !
" Beautiful Hair
Lie! Ic, the new Paramount
Star, makes this statement. Of
coursr, you h ive seen Miss l.re
on the screen, and know what
beautiful hair she has.
The coming star of all 1'ilin
tlom attribute the health and
vigor nil wonderful luster of
her hair to the use of
CirU! What llerniciilc h
clone for Mis I's liair, and
that of other Pnrni.nmnt stars
it will do for yours, llo not
envy I.ila I .re's lirmitiful hair
improve your own.
If your hair is dull, briiiic or
luslerlss, or i:i o' her words, if
you need l(. .-il' nie. lion't iHay
its Use get a bottle todnv.
,s"oW ereriwhrrr nkr nnthf.? rite.
Apvlic.it.'ii i nt r-jltr Purler .SAepi.
Send lHc ia stair r rnm inr ten
rrw imr.lt H lif li r ICI D B. A J.lrrl
Ocpl. l7fiC. The HcrpiciJ Company.
ieiruit. L'. S. A.
RAISE HAND TO HEAD
Every Muscle in Body Ached
With Rheumatism Like
New Man After Taking
"I have lived in Portland lor :io
years and there are Just lots of people
here who know tnai Tanlac lias made
a new man of me," said J. 11. Palmer,
the well known transfer aril baggage
man. residing at 2oti Knott street.
Portland. Ore., recently.
"I have been a sutierer (rein rneuni-1
atism 25 years." continued Mr. Palmer,
"and reached the point where I never
expected to get well, or even any bet
ter. I spent thousands of dollars try
ing to get relief, but gradually got
worse. Every muscle in my bixly semi
ed to be drawn up. every joint stiff,
and 1 could not move without sinter
ing agony. When I walked insteau of
lifting my feet. I would Just have to
drag them along and if my life had
depended on it I could not have raised
my hinds hiuh enough to touch the
uack of my head. 1 was laid up tor
more than two years at one lUne. Aft
er sitting down for a while 1 couldn't
get up without holding onto something
and after 1 did get on my feet it would
take me several minutes to straighten
myself up. During the past year or
Pineapple is a
flavor whir, b
must b sealed
to kee p. We
seal it ia a viaL
We uie half a
to make the
flavor for one
lers So you get
a wealth of this
Jiffy-Jell comes ready sweet
ened. The bott!e of flavor comes
in the package. And it casts a
trifle. One package makes instant
dessert for six.
There are 10 flavors, but try
Pineapple and Loganberry today
Order them now
t Pmckaw for 25 Ctnlm
At Your Groctr'm
Jiffy-J II W.ukc h, Wisconsin
THE FAIR ANNEX The STORE WITHIN A STORE.
If this same merchandise was in regular stock, in most stores, they would get double
this price. This is a remarkable opportunity to buy merchandise at these prices.
uv a vvurmB - -
Men's Shoes $2.95
One big lot of men's black lace shoes, in ail sizes, to cloie $2.95
Men's Sweaters 85c
Men's gray sweaters, without collars, pood weight, all sizes 85c
Misses Sweaters $1.39
300 misfes sweaters, with and without belts, large and small collars, in old rose. Cop
enhagen, navy, blue and brewn. Regular $2.-0 values, to close $1.33
Atl Women's Sweaters 25 Off
Women's sweaters of silk, wool and cotton, colors, green. 3 .-Mow, rd, purple, brown
and pink. All styles that are new, to close, 25' ( OFF.
Women's Wool Hose 35c and 45c
Women's black wool hose, regular 50c values, all ?ies 35c
Women's black wool hose, regular 75c values, all sizes 4dc
Women's Coats 513.95
One big lot of women's coats, in all the newest styks. so:.;-- tiimmrd in fur collars,
others of self material, all sizes, to close $13.95
Women's Silk Dresses V3 Less
Big assortment to chose Irom, in silks, sarins and serges,
to close i LESS.
two my condition became very much -worse.
My whole system seemed to be
rundown. My kidneys botnered me
nearly all the time, my back nurt me.
and at times I wuuid almost scroam
'1 ;.No sutieri'd from indigestion.
My sioma h would bloat up after eat
ing and my food would sour and add
more to my misery. I would lay awake
more than half the n:ght tubbing my
arms and legs trying to get ea-y so I
could get a little rest. I woulU get
awfully blue and despondent over my
condition, and yet. could see no way
out -jf my suffering.
""The testimonials ol people right
heie in Portland, seme of whom I
know personally, caused me to try
Tanlac. .Well. I am now ,i yeari old
and I juv. want to say lli.it i have nev
er s.'en anything li! e it. Before I liu
ishecl my first boitle I was eating
twice as much as before and left no
bad effects from it. 1 am now on my
fourth iioitir, and the rheumatism fr.i
just about all le.t me. Why. n:y legs
are just as limber as if I had never
had a touch of rheniuatism. 1 don't i
suffer any more from constipation and i
headache and have gained baek all my
energy and strength anil several
pounds in weight, besides. Numbers 1
of my friends, who know what Tan- (
8 PAY CASH
WE ARE GOING TO PLACE OUR FAVORITE
LAUNDRY SOAP, "BOB WHITE" ON SALE
AGAIN ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, TO GIVE
THOSE A CHANCE WHO WERE UNABLE TO
l AKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR LAST SALE.
CO NOT PASS THIS UP.
3AR, Sc CASE, $5.00
PURE FOOD GROCER
WHZRE YOU CAN DO BETTER
U. S. Food Administration License No. G-16109
lac has done for me. are now taking it
with fine results. Yes. sir, Tanlac has
done everything for me 1 could wish,
far more than 1 expected it could do,
and 1 would be willing to go before a
notary and make an affidavit as to the
truth of this statement."
Tanlac Is sol 1 in Bisbee by J. M.
Ball, in Doaglas by Douglas Drug com
pany, in Paradise by G. A. WalKer, iu
liow ie. by Bowio Drug company, in San
Simon by .'. B. Cooke, in Wilcox by
A. A. Nicholson, in Lowell by Lowell
Drug company, in Benson by C. F.
Moss Pharmacy, in Gleesun by B. A.
Taylor, in Warren by Warren Pharm
acy, in Pearee by B. A. Taylor, in
Tombstone by Boyd's Drug store, and
in McNeal by McNeal Mercantile company.
Ke2 Miller's adv in this issue, it
v. ill s.;ve you i i I i 25
PR. BAKER. Specialist on Refraction
of the Eye. is now at Johnson Hotel,
on his regular visit to Bisbee. Call
early if vou wish to see him.
The same critical
examination for the
purpose of fitting
glasses taueht and
recommended by the
highest acknowledged authorities.
- PAY LESS
All new M.-s. All sizes.