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The Warren District
ARIZONA: Wednesday fair
south, showers noith portion,-
cooler; Thursday fair,
cooler east, portion.
Engineering & Mining Journal
The averace price of copper
. for the week ending: October
6th, 1920 17.5S7
Average prlre of copper for
the month of Sopt. 1R.144
Vol. 24. No. 245
BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1920
Price Five Cents
1M 1Wt! $fkrn3i1-5l1
OF PORT OF
N.Y. IN DEAL
pHICAGO, Oct. 12. Govern-
ment investigatoin of the acti
vities of a rina of whisky dealers
operating or a national scale . has
ben begun as ire result of con
fessions obtained frcm several
Chicago' saloonkeepers, it was
declared by federal agents today.
The confessions are said to have
implicated officials of several tftat til
ing companies and politicians in vari
ous parts of the countrv ntrl to liavo
revealed plans to make Chicago the
center of their proposed scheme.
Stock Broker rnvolved
According to federal officers, H. A.
Sadler, a former New York stock
broker. Is said to have declared that
h paid $45,000 to a Chicago politi
cian who had been employed in the
office -of Collector Mager, to secure
Influence In the issuance of forged
permits under which whiskey running
in . Chicago had been carried ouL The
Indictment of at least a -score of per
sons on charges of conspiracy to vio
late the prohibition amendment will
be asked this week of the federal
prand jury, it was stated at the fed
eral building. To this grand jury, it
was said, will be presented names of
wholesale whisky dealers,, numerous
federal employes as well as go-betweens,
politicians and others. .
Netted, onsiderablt Cash
The Information placed at the dis
posal of the federal authorities by
Sadler is said to have disclosed that
the bootlegging already carried on in
Chicago by the whisky ring has been
so extensive as to have netted those
engaged in the operation close to
It was also disclosed, it was said,
that those engaged in the traffic had
not found It necessary to forge per
mits for the removal of liquor but
had been able to obtain bona fide ones
and also later to remove all incrim
inating records from the offices of
the prohibition officials through the
corruption of oficials entrusted with
the task of suppressing the sal of
Name Woman as Pawn
One woman employed in one of the
government offices in Washington
was said to have been named as a
pawn in the hands of the whiskoy
The disclosures regarding the
Chicago operations of the ring are
said to have resulted from the -e!z-ure
here on August 24 of a shipment
of 1000 cases of whisky of a 1200 case
shipment addressed to 1 A Sadler,
In care of the American Distilling
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BIG BLAZE CONSUMES TEXAS COTTON GIN .
WACO, Texas, Oct. 12. Th. Gibson cottofi gin at Branchville, was
destroyed by fire Monday night, according to reports received today.
The loss was estimated at $12,00p.
23 PERSONS HURT AS GRAND STAND COLLAPSES
JERSEY CITY, N. J Oct. 12. Sixteen persons were injured, seven
seriously, when an improvised grandstand collapsed during the progress
of the Carpentier-Levinsky fight here tonight.
NIGHT RIDERS THREATEN VIOLENCE IN SOUTH
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 1?. Several additional cotton gins in
Morgan county, Alabama, are reported to have closed after receiving
warnings from night riders, according to the Albany, Alabama, cor-r-spordent
of The Banner.
TEXJkNS KILL MORE THAN 12.000 RATS
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas-, Oct. 12. ..lore than 12,000 rats have been
killed .here to date at an average cost of five cents per rat. Not a trace
of bubonic plague hat been found among those examined.
WHAT WE NEED
Employees With Forging Numerous Permits
FRENCH CABINET TAKES
STEPS TO CURTAIL THE
HIGH COST OF LIVING
PARIS, Oct. 12. The cabinet tc
'ay adopted a program to reduce
he high cost of living in Fiance.
Uepartmental councils of consum
ers are to be established with'a
i entral council jn Paris.
The use of fish is to be encour
tiffed and many fish markets will
be opened, while the exportation
of dairy products f.nd cheese will
') prohibited. ' The importation of
"ni'tn meats has increased, and
'he system of distribution has
A stricter enforcement of food
laws and suppression of profiteer
ing is promised by the cabinet and
new regulations will be drafted to
"ontrol the slaughter and sale of
beef in an effort -to check the rap
i'ily rising prices.
Incapacity of Mexican
Judge Nullifies Trial
of Sheppard's Slayer j
Pedro Mesa, the Mexican who is !
held at Xaco charged with ins mur
der of Constable A. E. Sheppard of
Bisbee, is to be given another hear
ing at Naco," his first hearing htv-
lng been declared of no effect be-1
cause or the alleged drunkenness of
the presiding judge. The judge, who
presided at the hearing, has been
discharged for misconduct. A judge
will be sent from Cananea to pre
side at the second hearing or the
case, which will be held sometime
this week. It will be necessary for
the police department to. have all Its
witnesses in the Mexican court a
second time. The purpose; of ; the
bearing is to determine if there 1s
sufficient grounds for turning Mesa
over to the United States courts for
Vanks Hold Mass for
Lord Mayor MacSwiney
NEW CORK, Oct. 12. The sixty
first fast day of Terence MacSwiney
lord mayor of Cork, was marked
here with a solemn military mass in
the church of Sr. Francis de 1 Salles
attended by members of New York's
famous Irish regiment, "The Fight
ing Sixty Ninth." The Reverend
James A. Dunnigan. regimental chap
lain, officiated. lie referred to
MacSwiney as one of Ireland's great
est heroes" and "a man of God, de
fy ng the forces of hell."
Big Fire Turns Out
500 Negro Families
PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Oct. 12.
Nearly five hundred negroes were
homeless tonight as the result of a
fire this afternoon which swept' over
eight blccks of the , negro residence
district and for a time threatened
the business district less . than a
mile away. Only the dying out of
a brisk southeast wind and en
trenchment tactics employed bv fire
men, checked the flames. Nearly
100 homes were destroyed and the
total loss was estimated at from
$200,000 to $300,000.
Bimini, the small West Indian island
ofl the Florida coast, was thought by
the early Spaniards to contain the my
thical fountain of youth.
IS A LAW REQUIRING THE LABEL ON THE CIGAR TO
MONARCH'S LIFE HANGING IN
BALANCE; VICTIM OF MONKEYl
(Associated Frets L.ene& Wire)
ATHENS, Greece, Oct. 12.
Only the strong constitution of
King Alexander of Greece is re
lied upon by his physicians to
brine him. through the crisis of
his illness, resulting from ' the
bite of a monkey a short time
figti. It was admitted at the pal
ace today that the king hail en
tered into the critical phase of
his illness. '
The government, alarmed at
the serious turn ' In the king's
condition, discussed the ques
tion of a regency and decided
Aviator Burns to
As Plane Turns
gAN ANTONIO, Texas, Oct. 12. Sergeant Charles D.
Allen of Mason., Mich., was burned to dejath and Staff
Sergeant Walter French, Battle Creek, Mich., was seri
ously injured today when an airplane piloted by Frencfi
struck a building at New Braunfels, near here, and burst
into flames. The men belonged to the 147th Aero
squadron, Kelly field, San Antonio, and. were engaged
in a training flight.
BOURKE COGKRAN BUMFS STATEMENT
OF SOLON -HARDING FOR RENEWAL, OF .
WAR OF EXTERMINATION IN IRELAND
VJEW YORK. Oct. 12 The state-
' ment of Senator Hard, ng that
If elected he would -not tr.ka official
cognizance of conditions of Ireland
Is responsible for the "renewal of
the war of extermination now being
waged under the orders of LJoyd
George." W. Botirke Coekran, of
New York, declared In a telegram
from Cleveland, received at Demo
cratic national headquarters today.
Mr. - Ccckran's statement said:
"I find it difficult to believe that
any man of Irish blood could sup
port for the presidency a man who,
the moment he believed his election
was made certain by the result In
Moine, hastened to assure the Brit
$1 Fine Brings "Rube" ;
. Big Leaguer Loses Out
(Associated Prtss Leased Wirtl
CLEVELAND, Oct. 12. Pres
ident Charles Ebbeta of the
Brooklyn National League club
tonight said" that "Rube" 'Mar- "
quard, pitcher, who was (fined
one dollar and costs today for
violating the exhibition ticket
ordinance, would never play with
with Brooklyn again.
"I rm through with him abso
lutely 4id Mif. Ebbtt. "He
hasn't been released, however,
and if anyone else -wants him
they can have him. But Mar
qua rd will never again put on a
SOLDIERS SLAY MAJOR
' DURING BIG RAIDING
PARTY IN IRISH CITY
DUBLIN, Oct. 12. Major George
Smyth, brother of Commissioner
Smyth of (he Irish constabulary, who
was assassinated in a club house in
Cork, where he was sftting with
friends last summer, was "kiTTed last
night during military raids 7n ffrum
condra. County ITeath. The killing oc
curred while the ruihenry was ?.r(7g
the home of Professor Carrolan of All
Major Smyth long had been in the
British army and had been decorat
ed with the Distinguished Service Or
der and the Military 'Cross. At the
time of the assassination of his broth
er Tie -ps serving In T!gypt, but short
ly afterward? returned to Ireland, and
had been serving in Dublin for a short
that the council of . ministers
would take up iJhe task of admin
istering the country in the event
of the kipg's condition becoming
. worse. ! i
Yesterday, it was said at the
palace that there! had been little
change in the condition of. Alex
ander over that it Sunday. "His
physicians at that time .refrain
ed from giving f any . concise
statement, although there- was,
was no attempt jte conceal the.
Tact that the illness of the monarch-
was grave. -
Death iti Midair
ish government that no matter what
barbarities it might perpetuate In
Ireland no word of official condem
nation would be issued by his gov
ernment against It.
"The degree of murder and pillage
increased alter Mr. Harding's state
ment, shows that . after it was pub
lished condemnation by this govern
ment had been exercising some
slight measure of restraint on the
bloodthirstiness of British officials
"Mr. Lloyd George, confronted
with the alternative of emancipat
ing or exterminating the Irish peo
ple, is now backed y Mr. Harding's
assurance of official indifference to
proclaim a policy of extermination."
Pilot of Mail Airplane
Runs Into Big Snowstorm,
and Is Forced to Earth
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SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 12.
Encountering a snowstorm in"
western Wyoming, Pilot Pickup,-.
! who left Cheyenne with a mart.-,
airplane for Salt Lake at day-,
break, was forced to' land at'
Rock Springs, Wyo., this after
noon, according to word receiv
ed herev Pilot Pickup was
scheduled to have come to Salt
Lake and return ;to Cheyenne
before night. He arrived - at
Rock Springs on time but short
ly after leaving there ran into
the storm and returned.
OFFICER HURLS NEGRO
FROM ROOF IN ORDER
TO PROTECT HIMSELF
NEW YORK. Oct. 12. Patrolman
Martin Gill today struggled for 20 min
utes on the roof of a five story build
ing with a San Domino negro he" was
trying to arrest and then shot his an
tagonist to save himself from being
hurled into the streH.
The negro with a bullet in his stom
ach, slid off the roof, falling tnto a
basket of wash left on the side walk.
There he died a few minutes later.
Scores of pedestrians stood on Sixth
avenue, transfixed, watching the strug
gle while guests in several nearby ho
tels pressed their fares to window
panes. Finally a former sailor dish
ed upstairs to the roof and enui;ht Gill
by one leu just as tho negro was
about to roll him into the street.
For "Whiskey Ring" Which Netted $1,000,000
DEATH'S A FICKLE LOVER
I ON DON, Oct. 12. Death is a fickle lover. One courts death and gazes
" with favor upon his dark iace. Death stretches out his arms and
promises forgetfulness. One takes a step toward him and he turns and
slips away and jealous Life is vicious with its punishment.
. There was the case of Maud Jeffrey but that's the story
It started when a inau told a lie.
Maud, 24, a woman proud of the stiff respectability of English middle
classers, believed Isaac Duffy when he said he'd marry her sometime and
that then "it would be all right."
; DUFFY ALREADY HAD A WIFE
Duffy couldn't marry her. He had a wife and it could d never be
"all right." . t .. . ;
Duffy could nt mairy her. He had a wile and it could never be
dren. Duffy's wife found 'but. In a rase of jealousy she sought out Maud
and mauled and pummeled her, scratched her eyes and pulled her hair
and tried to hurt Maud's baby.
Maud fled, to her brother-in-law's home. He told her she and the
baby might spend the night in his sitting room.
MAUD WAS "TIRED OF IT ALL"
"I was tired of it all and there didn't seem u chance to be happy,"
says Maud. "I thought it would be better to die and take the baby with
me to the Other Side."
She dropped her last three coppers in a penny gas meter, drew the
gas stove to her and laid it between the baby and herself.
In the morning the child was dead and Maud was nearly dead.
They tried her for murder at Old Bailey. Duffy is gone and can't
be found. The other baby, a boy. whimpered by his mother's side in the
JURORS FINDS HER GUILTY
Maud, dishonered and ashamed, told her Mary and" told how now
she wants to live for the other baby's sake.
"He needs me," she said, "and I want to live,"
The jury found her guilty and the black-capped judge read the death
warrant to her.
There's a chance that the higher courts will grant her freedom.
Anyway, that's the way it goej when one courts Death.
LAFAYETTE, Intl., Oct. 12. Gov
ernor Cox of Ohio In a busy tour to
day of Illinois and Indiana, hammer
ed heavily upon the league of na
tions pronouncements . of himself
and Senator Harding, picturing his
Republican opponent as "wiggling
and wobbling." The Democratic
candidate 'emphasized, to 16 audi
ences, that he was .for" the league
with "whole heart and soul."
Centering his assault upon Sena
tor Harding's league statement. Gov
ernor Cox declared it "vacillating,"
the eleventh posJUon assun(id : by
Senator Harding and at the heels
of a "tempest" aroused by Mr. Hard
'ing's Des 'Moines speech. That the
senator's proposal for a. new .-association
cf nations was held -.by. for
mer .President " Taft to be impractl
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Mesa Extends Warm
MESA, Ariz., Oct. 12. Nation
al issues, including the peace
treaty and the te?.gue of nations
and matters of state interest
were to be discussed by Senator
Marcus A. Smith and members
of the Democratic state ticket
in addresses here tonight. Sen
W. U. Telegraph Co.
PHOENIX, Oct. .12. Argu
ments by representatives o' the
Western Union Telegraph com
pany for an increase o' 20 per
cent H intrastate' r3ts; were
he.ird by the Arizona corpora
SWITCH EXPLODES OIL; TWO MEN DIE OF BURNS
. GLOBE, Oct. 12. Lewis Allen,
aged 22, and Leroy Spurling, aged
28, died this morning ?.t eight o'clock
at a local hospital as a result of
burns received at the Roosevelt pow-
I er house near here. The men were
j employed at the plant at tender and
operator and when they made an ef
t fort last night to turn on an oil
switch an explosion followed satur
ating their clothes and bodies with
oil which immediately ignited by a
spark from the switch. The skin and
TELL' US THE PERCENTAGE OF CABBAGE IT CONTAINS
ON BOARD SENATOR HARDING'S
SPECIAL TRAIN, Ocl. 12. Begin
ning what may be his last speaking
tour outside Ohio, Senator Harding
journeyed southward tonight Tor ari
invasion of territory which has been
counted Democratic for half a century.
Opening with a speech, tomorrow
night at Chattanooga, Tenn., he will
swing northwest on the following day
to Louisville, Ky., through a section
belonging normally to the solid south.
Many stops are to be made for rear
platform speeches and the nominee an
nounced tonight that he was prepared
to make a vigorous and aggressive
fight to swing the two states over to
the Republican column.
Withheld Final Decision
. Meantime the candidate and his
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Welcome to Sen. Smith
ator Smith, In arguing for the
league of jiatlofis covenant in
an address last night at Pres
cott, was repeatedly greeted
with applause. The party was
to leave Phoenix early tomorrow
, : . , f
Wants to Raise Rates
tion commission today Promi
nent t'fici.ils of the enr-'p-tny
were present. The com-ri-j-iori
withheld issuance of ti order
pending further consideration.
flesh of both men were burned to a
crispt They were given first aid
at Roosevelt and rushed to Globe
and placed in a hospital. Spurling
was unconscious and both died about
four hours after arriving here.
Allen's parents and relatives live
in Phoen:x. They arrived here late
this afternoon. The parents and
relatives of Spurling with the ex
ception of a brother at Roosevelt,
live at Seymour, Indiana.
Advices from industries in this
lyASHINGTON, Oct. 12. Signs
"of the approaching collapse of
Bolshevism in Russia are seen
by state department officials in
the crumbling of soviet authori
ty on the' Polish front and the
rapidly augmenting strength of
the anV-Bolshevik forces In
southeastern Europe under Gen
Already consideration is );.
given at the department, it wn - sr " 1
today, to what may follow t1 id
of soviet rule in Russia.
The prospect of anarchy :.nd cba-
i os in the event of soviet di. solution
;s very real, according to officials,
but the belief was expressed that the
lonal Zemstvos have been so well
organized as to maintain a semblance
of order and some cohesion of econ-.
omic life until a stable government
capable of obtaining the al -ren e
of the majority of the Russian peo
ple shall arise.
Driven From Persia
The situation in Persia, where for
a time Bolshevism threatened to
disrupt the country. recently has
cleared, according to reports receiv
ed by the department.
The league of Bolsflevism with the
Turkish nationalists also is regard
ed as having been weakened with the
rout of Mustapha Kemal and his fol
lowers. Most significant cf the wane of
soviet influence in Russia, accord
ing to officials, was the rejection of
Bolshe1ki overtures by Switzerland
which is situated so ns to he able to
form an accurate opinion of the char
acter and future of the sriet re
gime. It i-( now also known thtt
somewhat earlier Rumania rejected
overtures of the soviet government
it was paid.
Attitude of Distrust
The judgment of socialists unon
the soviet government was expected
to be registered with emphasis at
the meeting of the German si -.-laliM
at ! lie where the risht wing of th
German socialist party Is expected
to withdraw from the convention on
the issue of adherence to the Mos
cow third Internationale. The right .
wing includes the great majority of
socialists in Germany and may be
considered in the cpirllon of offi
cials, as representative of the grow
ing attitude of distrust of socialists
generally in Euroie toward Bolshe
vism. ARMISTICE IS SIGNED
RIGA. Oct. 12. A preliminary
peace treaty and armistice was signed
by the Polish and Russian soviet peac
delegates here at 7:10 o'akick tonUht.
The armistice pctually becomes ef
fective at midnight Oct. IS.
The announcement that pence was
to be sinned brought great crowds to
the square surrounding the Blackhead
house. M. Jorfe and the Bol.-h vik
delegation entered the hall Itrst and
were followed by M. Dombinskl and
the Polish delegation. About 2iH pt-r-(CO.VTIN'UKD
ON PAJR ' OI'IO
vicinity which use power from
Roosevelt, have been forced to use
their auxiliary plants. Many indus
tries and public utilities in the Salt
River valley and Phoenix are fe; el
to be without power as the re .'t .
the Roosevelt plant being c- J.
Failure to make telephonic c mic
tions make It Impossible to get fur
ther details although reports that
the plant has beer, damafed ta the
extent of about $70,000 sjem to be