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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
WASHINGTON', Doc. 9. An Inqui
ry to determine the extent of unem
ployment in G5 irincipal industrial
cities of the country was announced
today by the department or labor.
Decision to this effect was made pub
lic after Secretary Wilson had con
ferred with nine regional directors
who have been appointed to conduct
a survey of conditions in cooperation
with thp present field force ef the
United States employment service
and with other state and federal
The industrial classification of the
census bureau will be utilized in
making the survey which will take
Into consideration only industrial
concerns with a minimum of 500 em
ployes. The first results are expect
ed to bt readp for announcement by
January 15, and it is the intention
subsequently to IsmJo unemployment
Officials would make no estimate
today of the country's idle workers
although they expressed the opinion
that the trend toward unemployment
on a lar;! scale had been marked
during the last few mouths. Recent
ly, it was .said, the employment ser
vice has been placing from 45,000 to
50,000 persons in positions every
Among the regional directors and
their divisions for the purposes of
To Talk Student
To Mexico Plan
Of Douglas Men
A "get-together" meeting of parents
nnd teachers of High School students
will be held this evening at S o'clock
at the Horace Mann Junior
High School on Quailty Hill, Tor the
purposo of establishing a finer under
standing and spirit of cooperation be
tween the parents and teachers for
the benefit of the btudents. The meet
ing will open with a musical program
from S to 8:30 o'clock. incnuTrn&
numbers by the High School
and orchestra, under the super
ef f 1 -r r ) . . .... : . . e i .
, ;..7 7',, , vr w tuua.i;. commerce may be urged to take the
Immediately following the opening ,ead in promotlllg an excursion which
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DOUGLAS. Dec. 9. G. W. Pratt,
today suggested that as soon fts some
or the troublesome regulations are re
moved along the border, which makes
crossing of the line between Douk
las and Mexico complicated, especial
ly so for Mexicans who desire to
trade in Douglas, there should be a
trade excursion of business men of
this city, to Nacozari. Sonora, with
stops at all points along the way.
Others who heard this suggestion
Clubs .'spoke favorably of the proposition and
vision after the j10iidaV8 tne chamber of
Interpretation of report cards and
parent-conferences with principal, by
L. W. Cranclall, principal of the High
Different phases of the topic, social
and recreational activities of the stu
dents in the high school, C. F. rtiii
biook. El Q. Snider, superintendent
and assistant superintendent of pub
lic schools, the Misses Hattie Malatn,
language teacher, Florence Watkins,
English teacHer and Harry Crockett,
industrial arts teacher.
Conclusions drawn from a recent
the survey, as announced, were:
R. L. Russell, west south central
district, headquarters New Orleans.
States of Arkansas. Louisiana, Okla
homa and Texas.
G. M. Coe, mountain district, head
quarters Denver. States of Montana parents
tunity to visit customers in Souora
and to extend the prominence of
Douglas as a desirable trading place
for those living below the interna
In four years the Interstate Com
merce Commission has investigated
225 railroad collisions which result
ed in 841 deaths and 400 injuries.
economics cjuestionaire given to girl
students of the high school will be
discussed by Mrs. Ada Reasoner, su
pervisor of home economics.
A discussion of the new course in
vocational education, by Miss Helen
Moore. History and English teacher.
At the conclusion of the general
discussion which will follow the pre
sentation of the above subjects, a
questionaire will be presented to the
for their consideration. Par-
m ifirvinn is
m li'lLAWU III
Thursday Morning, December 9, 1 920
GHr, (capt.) and II. Ung, hf; J.
Hawley, J. Rule. W. Crowe, G. Price
:-.nd J. White, f; J. Taylor, r.
C. A.: J. Mitchell, g; C. Hibb'e
and J. Maiidirn. f'r; G. Gilbanks, W.
John.-on and L. LHrticote (cart), hf;
A. Whiie. W. Corlett. T. Kellv. G
I CHICAGO. Dec. 9. Victorious in an
uphill game. Clarence Jackson of Kan
sas City defeated Augie Kieckhefer of
Chicago, 75 to 70 in 99 innings, in the
afternoon game r,f the finals for the
national three-cushion billiard championship.
Snell and T. F.ini.-n, f; p. Smiih ;;nd I
J. Liudicote, r.
John Try will referae the :aiiie. !
Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado. New Mex- rents are urged to make a special ef
ico, Arizona. Utah and Nevada fort to attend this meeting.
Complete January List Now on. Sale
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There's Girl Who', on the Square
AH She'd Say Wat Umh Hum U
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Paletteena . . . .. . . .
I With That I'd Been Born in Borneo .
The Broadway Blue . . . .
Singin the Blue . . . , .
Kentucky " . ' m
I'm Coming Back to Dixie mod You .
Ill Still Remember When You Forget .
When You're Gone I Won't Forget
Out Where the West Begin
When the Shadow Softly Come and Go
Van and Srhenck
Von and Schenck
Frank Cruinit and William Davidson)
. I ...1 1A-3323
Crescent Trio S1-00
A -33 19
Frank Crumit ) A-3324
Frank Crumit f $1.00
Nora Bayes I
The Japanese Sandman Fox-trot
I Love You Sunday Fox-trot
The Hula Blues Fox-trot
Get Up Fox-trot
Speed One Step .
Anytime, Anyday, Anywhei
You and I Fox-trot .
Kiss a Miss Walu . . .
Louisiana Waltz . . .
Reckaway Baby Fox-trot
By the Pyramid Fox-trot
Art Hickman's Orchestra) A-3322
Art Hickman's Orchestra" $1.00
. Ted Lewis' Jazz Band) A-3306
. .Ted Lewis' Jazz Band J $1.00
Pd Biee' Collepe Inn Orchestra) A-3307
fail Biee's College Inn Orchestra" $1.00
Fox-trot Art Hickman's Orchestra) A-3325
Art Hickman's Orchestra $1.00
. Prince's Orchestra) A-6 170
... Prince's Orchestra l $1.25
. . The Happy Six) A-33M
. . The Happy Six $1.00
Opera and Concert Music
Lead Kindly lis at
I Need Thee Every Hoar
O Id-Fashioned Garden
Theme nnd Variation
Love' Garden of Rosea
Rose in the Bud
Charles Hackettl I2iJ
Cyrena Van Gordon ) A-3308
Cyrena Van Gordon J $1.00
Tandy Mackenzie J. jqq'
IjomU Graveure) A-3310
Louis Graveure ( $1.00
In the Evening by the Moonlight
Margaret Romime and SteUar Qiwnetfe
Little Bunch o Honeynes
Ay, Ay, Ay . .
El Arriero . ,
Margaret Romaint J 'uu
Jo: Mardonrs) A-33C9
Jote' Mardones j $1.00
Pfilet Muiic from Rojamunde Violin Solo . . Raoul Vida
Air Cr G String Violin Solo .... Raoul Vidas
Hungarian March from DamnaJiin of Tjust (Rakocxy March)
, ...... Philharmonic Orchettraof New York
1 olonnein A Major (Chopin) PhiLharmonic Orrhestraof New York
Arn-rk.?ri Patrol Xvlophone Solo
ini T-mcExo P.usse Xylophone Solo
;ooolrt H.m-iiiai Guitar Duet
Honolulu Bay Hiwaiian Gu-tar Duet
Ave Maria (' Gounod) Saxorhone SuN
Tha-s "Meditation" Saxophone Solo
'Alvaya So Waltz .
2"Jo of the Dance WsJtz
George Hamilton Green
George Hamilton Grern
Ferera and Franchini
Fercra and Franchini
. Clyde Doerr
Mexican Suing Orche6tra'
Curtis Mexican Orchestra
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Complica
tion of the international controversy
over oil in Mexico was forecast today
by advices to the state department
that the provisional frovernment of
Mexico had granted sccres of permits
for the exploration and exploitation of
petroVeum in the federal zones, not
withstanding the protest filed by the
United States government last August.
Premise of additional complexity
was indicated by the further informa
tion that virtually all of the newly
acquired rights had been transferred
to British oil corporations by the in
dividuals to whom they wer egranted.
Most of them, according to the re
ports received today, have been ob
tained by the Aguila and Corona com
panies which are subsidiaries of the
Koyal Dutc h and Shell Group of which
British stockholders have gained con
trol since the war.
The federal-zones in which the new
rights were obtained were created
March 12. 1920, in a decree issued by ;
1 President Carranza. The Mexican :
government in this decree reserved j
the right to grant permits in these j
zones as it deemed wise. The zones I
extend not only along the seacoast and
the banks of navigable rivers, but al- (
so along small streams many of which
contain running water only in the
rainy season. The specific complaint
of the owners of leased oil lands was I
that opening of these strins to exnlor-
laticn. and exploitation would make it '
possiDie ior trie holders of the new
concessions to tape their oil pools, I
taking not only petroleums claimed '
under the leases, but also damaging
that portion tributary to them. j
The advices received today said
that one of the concessions granted
and since turned over to oue or the ,
uritisli companies was given to an A.
I?. Adams, on the night of November
ao, only a few minutes before -the ad
ministration of.AdoJfo de la Huerta
was succeeded by that of Alvaro Ob
regon. This concession is described
as for 20 years during which iimo
i the concessionaire shall have the right
to extract 400 000.000 barrels of oil.
In France a woman must wait one i
year after having been divorced or!
after the death of a husband before
she can remarry.
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ci ii the 'iy-ritfurf.t7r ore H Ting
C. & A. and Qusen Stars to
Play for Soccer Honors at
Warren Park Next Sunday ;
The C. & A. and Queen stars soccer 1
j teams will p!cy Sunday afternoon at
jthe Warren baseball park.
! The league tabl, to date stands as .
j follows: -, 'j . j
j Team Played Won Lost I
lyueen Mars .... 4 2 1
C. & A ' 4. 3 1
Y. 51. C. A 4 0 3
j The probable line-ups for Sunday's
j ga me follows :
j Queen Stars: T. Long, goal; J.
jLong and J. Hope; fb; M. Palmer, J.
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