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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919.
Returned Native SonMH j.
Relates War Stories DEAD AT POST
l arrym.5 ins rinm :ivni siiiny as si ours wnon a tiorman sniper saw us
result of a Ixnu' shut ii-riiig ball from -and opened fire. At his third shot
a Hun sniper's rifle and with the i-'old ! he struck mo in the rihl elbow. Then
stripe indicative of six months' foreign
sirvi-? n his sieevo, William Gill,
well-known hi re as a mini r and a na
tive of Tombstone, has returned to the
district 10 visit his mother, a resi
dent of Warr-Mi anil his uncle. John
Gill's accoiiiit of trench life in
Frane-i and of the action in which he
received his wound, is graphic.
"I left here with the draft of ApriT,
191S. lor ("a:.p Kunston and there was
a mat-hint' gun from the German
trenches opened up on us and fired a'
number of shots, but I was i lie only
one hit. We sol hack into the woods
where our own trenches were situated '
ami Rot under cover. They didn't at- j
tempt to follow us. '
"! was sent to a hospital in the rear!
of the Toul sector and remained there !
lor several weeks. There wis an '
aviation camp pre;ty close to us anil'
every night about 12 o'clock German
assigned to Company K, :;.:',th Infan- airplanes would fly over and bomb it.
try, Mth division. After a lew weeks' . They never homlx-d the hospital but
training, ve went by tr::ii! to Hoboken . ve always were on edge for fear they j
and left there on a transport earry- would trv lo do it.
ing about r.tj'.m of us, soldiers, war; "The Germans used to make
workers and nurses. 1 do not remem- mighty uncomfortable for us
iV.v Poview 1.en..l Wic)
WA.SIIIXGTOX, Jan. ?S. John
Siiliman, I'niled States consul at
Guadalajara, who figured prominently
as a representative on the American ;
government during the Huerta regime i
in Mexico, died at Guadalajara yes- j
Sevetal days a.uo the vice-consul in- '
formed the state department iliac Air. 1
Siiliman was ill. Today u message ;
from .Mrs. Siiliman announced hi r has-
her the exact tlate but it was the same
d.ty that the Gorman submarines were
operating off the Xew Jersey coast
and t'.mio iwer.ty otld vessels were
sunk. We had an anxious time of it.
but our voyaae was. a quiet one. Aft
er 11 days we hfnded in Liverpool.
'For 12 days we were quartered in
England and then were sent to
Southampton and crossing the channel
landed at La Havre. We had three
weeks of intensive training and then
were sent to the front in the Toul
sector opposite Metz.
"We ot a warm reception, as o-i the
secend t-ight in the trenches the Ger-.
mans sent over a mustard sas barrage
and about lluti men in the division ,
including: "0 out of our reaimeiit, '
were so hatlly gassed that they were
put out of action and fully 20 per rent ;
died. Of the nipn sent to the hospital !
. I band's death, the immediate cause be-
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times by bombarding
"There were seven: I other Bishee
boys in my company. Among them
were Dan Angius. John Hinds, a boy
named Hobson. whose brother is hoist
ing engineer at the Sacramento. I un
derstand Mr. Hobson got a telegram
today saying his brother, who had
been reported nr'ssing. was all right
and hack with his regiment.
"The people in America who gave
money to the Red Cross got the worth
of their money. That's the greatest j
organization I know of It gave (mighty j removen to Tpxa8, aml lator Wet, to
line ser i e to c.s leiiuws
.Mr. f illiman exercised virtually the
powers of an ambassador. He acted j
vigorously to protect Americans, no
tably in the case of a woman insulted j
by Mexican officers. For her he ob- ;
tained prompt redress. In 1915 he '
was called to the I'nited States to ad- j
vise this country during the Niagara I
Falls conferences on the Mexican sit- 1
Mr. Siiliman was born in Darwin j
county, Alabama, in 1S55. After grad- j
uating faom Princeton, where he was
a classmate of president llson. he
it was found necessary to operate on three prices for everything. Take Bull
quite a few in a manner that w ill j Durham tobacco; I paid the Y ns high
handicap them all their lives in order as 1" cents for a sack tliat I could
to rave their lives. i buy at the artuv commissary at three
AnVDOUT I ri.. tr. i ,.,:..
who donated a dollar can know it wasj
rU"The Y.gM. C A.'at the front is a big i MILWAUKEE MAYOR j
frost. Their canteen charged soldiers ! .IFFRFD OFF STAflF. '
"It was early on the morning of
August 16 that I was wounded. A lieu
tenant, two sergeants, two corporals
and six privates had been sent out on
patrol duty. We were instructed to
go through the German wire and if
we could not bring back ?.ny prison
ers to go on into a wood back of their!
cents. Personally I heard Y secretar
ies tell soldiers who were a couple of
peiuiies shy of having the 20 cents
they charged for Camel cigarettes, to
take their money and go shoot craps
until thev had made up the differ
ence." The condition of Gill's arm. while
(Bv Review 1.chsj-1 Wire) i
MILWAUKEE. Wis., ' Jan. IS. i
Mayor Daniel W. Hcan was tonight i
compelled to give place to Gov. E. L.
I'hilipp, who greeted 3U0O soldiers and j
sailors, just returned home from over
seas and army camps in a wekome
address at the auditorium.
The returning soldiers took excep- i
tkm to Mayor Hoan welcoming their re I
turn because he presided at the soci-
trenches and locate some machine gun ! he ea.n bend it only a little, -will pre-.alist meeting last Sunday night when
nests that hid been giving us trouble.
"We s'.arted out about 2:3rt in the
morning and reached the German wire
only to find that about 40 Germans 1
were out repairing it. We were trying
dude his returning to his former occu
pation of mining. Were he able, his
old position with the Inspiration com
pany at Miami doubtless would be
ready to receive him. However, he
to locate one or two away from the 'declares the intention of waiting until
main body to take prisoner and then j the government is ready to give voca
make a quick dive back to our ; tional training to disabled soldiers and
trenches, w hen we were discovered, j then learn how to do something else
The Germans ran back to their ; for which his wounded member would
trenches and we started back toward i not unfit him.
'some of the Kneakeru used lnnfrmie'e
concerning the war which thev resent
ed. Mayor Hoan issued a statement late
today in which he vigorously disap
proved doctrines of violence but to
nig'it when he arose to begin his ad
dress he was jerred for several min
utes. The mayor, without saying a
word, then motioned to Governor
I Philipp. who took the floor and was
receivea wun tumultous applause.
LIBERATED SERBIA I
IN EXTREME NEED )
VOTE AGAIN IN MICHIGAN WAGE BONUS FOR U. S. WORKERS
. (Bv Rpview Iea8wl Wire)
(ry Rf-view l?n.ei Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. A wage
LANSING, Mich., Jan. IS. The bonus of $240 for the year beginning
Michigan legislature must again take next July for nearly all government
ud and act upon the prohibition employes receiving $2Sl)0 or less was
amendment to the federal constitution, voted tonight by the house in pass
in the opinion of Secretary of State ing the i:20 legislative, executive and
Yanchan. j judicial appropriation bill carrying
The fault in the prohibition act as $96,0.t.00U. The wage bonus, double
passed by the legislature was that to j that of the current fiscal year, will
ihe effect that congress and the sky- cost the government approximately
eral states should have "joint" power $14,000,000.
to enforce the amendment, and the I Employers of temporary govern-
resoiunon. as passed ny congress, ; mental agencies, established during l elgrade today presents the as-1
HrO'id!JS that DOWer tO enforce thelth uar will ntit receive the increase inect rf a cnnvnleifc-enr nfrer a corlnnc !
(Bv Review Ix-ased Wlr- I
WASHINGTON, Jan, 18. The off!- j
cial bureau of information of the King-1
dom of the Serbs, Croats and Slov
enes, made public today a dispatch
from Belgrade, giving a picture of the
great misery which prevails in liber
ated Serbia. The dispatch, dated Jan
uary 14. says in part:
measure should be concurrent, giv
ing the federal government authority
:o act in case the state declined.
nor will jiostal employes.
ARMY OFFICER FREED
FURMITURE HOUSE BURNS.
MACON. Ga.. Jan. IS
t?il nf r-nt TJnlnli X vi'nreenn of ChHt-
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liinuuu, iriiu., uiiu ui inei
Hinraan and George T. Gretton, both
of l'.uffalo, N. Y., by a court martial
at Camp Wheeler which investigated
the killing of "Jad" Richardson, a de
serter, was announced today. Rich
ardson was killed iu a raiJ on an
illicit distillery. ,
(By Reviv Leased Wire)
. I SIOUX CITY, la., Jan. 18. Fire
acquit-:.hk.h .roke a . 0.t.1(K.k thi(i
in the LinJholm Furniture
company had almost completely de
stroyed the structure and its con
tents. The building is located in one
of the main business blocks of the
city. The blaze was spectacular,
flames shooting high into the air.
The loss ia estimated at 300,00.
TO SMOKE IN Y. M. C. A.
(Pv Review Leased Wirs)
NEW YORK, Jan. IS. Abolition ot
"no smoking" si.;ns in Y. M. C. A.
buildiuss is suapested in a letter to
general secretaries sent out today by
Dr. George J. Fisher, head of the
physical department of the interna
v TEN FALL INTO FLAMES.
(By Review Leased Wirs)
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. Ten firemen
fighting a fire in a two-story frame
automobile warehouse early today fell
into the blazing bidding when the
roof collapsed and were buried in the
j illness. The population which before
ithe war numbered 100.000, today is
reduced by half. Certain streets and
certain quarters are still deserted. A
very great numoe-r oi nouses nave
been destroyed, wholly or in part by
the bombardment. There is a want
of material to reconstruct them.
"Tradi is dealing only in goods of
prime necessity. All other merchan
dise is available in very small quan
tities. The prices in consequence are
extraordinarily high. A suit of clothes
costs $200, a pair of boots $50, hats
$10 to $14, shirts $20. and stockings
$8. In the provinces the state of
things is still worse. All the children
are anaemic and infant mortality is
FRANCE ASKS TIIAT SECRET TREATIES, '
APPORTIONING TURKEY, BE CARRIED OUT
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ADMITS SLAYING GIRL
(By Review T .eased Wire)
NEW YORK. Jan. IS Patrick
O'Donnell. of this city, arrested in
Yonkers today after he had confessed
to the murder of Elizabeth Mary Ril
dell, a stenographer, in the Borough
of Queens Wednesday evening, to
night was lodged in the Jamaica jail.
After his confession of the murder
O'Donnell'B wife said he had been tak
en ill Tuesday and she had accom
panied him to his place of employ
ment here Wednesday night and was
with hira there at the time the murder
was committed. Officials of the com
pany employing O'Donnell said the
time dock substantiated her story.
O'Donnell is an epileptic, his wife declared.
DRAFT ARGUMENT FATAL
MAQFOKETA, la.. Jan. IS. Denns i
Flynn was shot, probably fatally, here i
this afternoon by Ward Turner, dur-!
ing a quarrel in the main street over .
The lurkisli empire, of which only Anatolia will remain if secret treaties
are carried nuL
France will ask the peace conference to approve, insofar as her right
ere concerned, the secret treaties entered into between France, Russia and
britain in 191"). by the terms of which Turkey was a;: portioned amonj; the
three powers. These treaties provided:
(1) Armenia to be placed under international protection.
(2) r ranee to cet Syria, Lebanon and a strip of Armenia.
(3) Great Iiritam to pet Mesopotamia.
(4) Russia to (jet Constantinople.
(i) Arabia and El Hejaz to be independent states.
to guard Turner from mob
DELAY DISMANTLING ORDER.
'CnnffrnM on Pa Two
DENVER, Colo.. Jan. 18 The pub
lic utilities commission today grant
ed ft 20-day delav on the order per
mitting dismantling of the Colorado
Midland railroad, making It effective I
February 8 Instead of next Monday.
In the meantime Interests opposed to
the dismantling will go to Washington
to place their case before the na
tional railroad administration.
Action bv the commission followed
a stipulation between counsel for op
poslne sir.es. Attorney General vic
tor K KfVM, teleerxphed Conress
man Fdward T. Taylor at Washington-
asking that arrangements be
made with the railroad commission
for presentation of the rase with a
view to obtaining federal aid so that
the road may be continued in opera
tion. Attorney General Keyes an J
Leroy Williams, chairman of the
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MISSOURI FINAL STATE
j CIIUWCO. Jan. IS Missouri may
llie r.inii-il Hi' I'rtih state to ratify the
pn 'nl.ii ion constitutional amendment.
in honor now held by Nebraska, in-
ARRERT HUN BOLSHEVISTS.
(Hy II-vlow I.-asel Wire)
GKXEVA. Jan. IS. i-vt-ral
man and Russian bolshevlsts
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PERNK. Friday. J.m 17.
uari.in Government ha
Madame Rosika Sclf.vinim
sadoress lo Switz.Tlnnd. who o np
pointmenl. was only temporary, by
Dr. J. Szlassl. former Austrian am-
dications are that the Michigan leKis- been arretted bv the Lausanna police.
Wi:i' latu-e which has been credited witht is jiid they were bearing false
- The n,in- nassine ti e amendment on January 2.1 pasjpor's and were on their way to
r -ptr.icd 1919 -n-.akinit this state the sixteenth ; I'aris.
r, iimlj.is- to outlaw drink must act asain on1 The Oarette of Lausanne saya:
l'n ni".itirp because of a technicality. "The bolshevlsts under arrest plot-
Missouri, which raced closelv with Med aiainst the lives of Premier Clem-
Xchrar ka to cast the deciding vote. I enceau. President Wilson and Pre-
bassador at Athens, who 1i:is born wculd tints be elevated to the place mier T.Ioyd-Georee. The plot was
named definitely for the position. .of liynir. backed by German old."
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LOXPOX, Jan IS (British Wire
less Service ) The Esthonian (tenerai
staff reports that the hoIaheTiki ar
rapidly retlrinn toward Pskor. i
miles southwest of Petrorra4 A
rtiai to ommunicanoa frora Re
al. the bolsheviki. befora irlvlnt C
Porpat, LlTonia, shX ;;3 mn and ?
women. Aroone those eieeured wwre
th ehief of polle an.l four Luthtaa
pastora. The number of perpona
at Wesenberg. Esfhonia, bfor t
olihviki f 4. i44i 17 .