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Offfcer a 8. Hyr? steiifH'd into
lluj Economy (oro oh Trntli sltrct
ftbett 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
to buy a Ktvtll trinket tuid stood n
bkhrcM tlkhi, My Iho News of
Alsoofdo, Jutlulto wm about
to to .out, In stepped two young
sotdser. Hynes h) Vay Interested
in re soWI-er is inwn mhI si
ways, pick up bis owl when he
sees (Hutch r Sometime his ifrtefwrt.
,riie into' mora intle -.a.
qiMlfitmco m It rtMiii tiiia Imwm.
' The boy tr sHscloaee Ibsir
' pvrpoje, which was to trade their
military Ks for cWlttsw hat?. Well,
lliil urc la te rested Haynes, and ho
atepped look and was a $pod
The soldier were dealing: Willi
Mrs. Dssin, wlfo of the proprietor,
and'hje. SMrloclf Holmes (imftiicU
assertra strongly on (lie appear
ances Mtd the drew them into n con
versalkHi-during which Ihey told
her m a lotful woy Ihnl tliny were
"making, the-lr ctawy and did not
, care whq know ll!H
; They hnwsged .of bavin 'n per
suadcr and tl sensed the fact thai
they had hired a Jitney driver to
rlng then) out frojm E Pnso, and
'imlrad of slopping at Fori illis
where they belonged had "stuck the
driver up" and forced him to bring
ttieni as far an Ofoprandr, where
-I hey caught a freight train in their
efforts to gel away, liayiies became
a deeply interested llttener at lhat
ntlino and "hulled Into" the convrxsa
"Urn. He exhibited (treat Interest in
the relation plstnt and Innocently
-ackuowirdgrd thai he had never
seen we, hut would certainly like
'In gate at least Just once en that
species of armament. Olio of the
young men very obligingly pulled
the six-shooter out from under his
shirt and Wvn It to llnynes lo
Officer Waynes, the instant ho had
'a Bowi'twW 'oh -the wesftofl,' stuck
It at the fellow and told him ho was
.under arrest and lo march -to jail.
The fellow was deeply chagrined
hut fcoud do wothlna but comply.
, The Nif ht-Riders Tried to
Drive Him From Town
Comedy, drtuHa Mid psthiH rowMne
lo mstie Ibb one of the fhtest rH4r
tM4MMWHt treets of the year. A hit
mm Mar In a kwmm Mery about
hmiMi ietc Vou'H CHjny lit
Captain Kidd's Kids
$1 00,000 TwiReel Comedy -
MMlaWIsMM Hayae marehsd IN staton
WwUl I IKsJ I Ovr Ul Urn jail, fWxl Ummo U bock I
Hamtc marehsd th)
over (a Uw JsJL (tWml Umma ht boek
snd Uwsk wjtb iMtessssn KU hm
wet cJUh- a Ihtrd nwn who hmt
"Thw fwntal hisn fa a shoet Usvss.
after be bad eeuetxl 1H M a sWt
M otitnt 4 etotbtts. .Odatee Mi
KrreshMl Mn alter -be' Ms beesi
IKilnted out by seww smail buys who
Wets w,it) tw unwise. "
The,; ffssees! here gol into coi
mutiicaiiiM) ai 1 I'sjo at once and
fetMHt thai Wte- JHwr rfrlvor bad
leen bttsw tip severely bgt not 4w(.
El raso offlcsri, came up Tuefctay
HiM mmI took Uia deserters back
so Kl faso Wednesday mo 1115.
wteera Uiey will have to answer a
erbtiMal charge m the civil courts'
for bedding up and assaulting the
driver of tho service car.
When Ih6 men lilred tho car at
ait Kl l'aso stand there were four
of tlirfn but one of the men went
on and will likely be taken In some
where, up tho road.
TIih bunch of deserter taken In
by tho officers wrroof llm Klelith
livalry, and were, tho eeeond con
tingent taken In from that unit this
week In AfainojfonK Tim meif were
very sure otj Army life end sSld
tlhdi speelal grlevonen wvs that
soma new men were rnllslnl rc
ceiilly and some of them wre made
tcrgcants and mincommjulnued of
fleers iver men who had been In
I lie service for several years.
ww;,i.K8 H.m;p mkn
PKACrtCR PAIM-KSS AHT
NOOALES, Arli. June 22. Mtcrnl
"slrongarm- men are operating In
Nogales, Bonors, sccnrrllpg lo com
print lodged wllh the. iillce.
American lourltts are tho victims.
'I hey generally have money In their
pockets until the holdup men got
throng h with them. Imports re
ceived are that these criminals use
the method of prcsting a forearm
itfalntl tho victim's throat and at
the same time pressing a knee Irito
tho small of ills back. Thus he Is
half choked and held virtually help
less while a Second holdup man goes
through hi pockets. Several Amer
ican 'Who have tonlrlbujcd lq the
stronghold operators say tho latter
make the process practically poip
I cm and depart without heating
mmaw..'mmm at ub
WA'fUMJWTOiS. U. C June
i'wkt War Department oriior W
sued receplly, 23 otfleers boldly
the esuefieney rank of major b")H'
era! sro reduced to .brgadlcrs 01;
eofcwfh and Id officers now brifi
adter sencrals ara reduced lo ranks
tMits from major lo colonel,
rnwwneat in tho Hit of major
fcenerftts reduced nro Clarence ,K,
Uwanis, who rommandc-d'tha New
i:wi-kii(l Nallonsl Ousrd ijlvliioii
oversea, and who is ifuw commoniler
u. the NoHbwwlerii Department, ht
iKistnn, and Henry T. Allen, com-
mander of the American forces In
Oenmuiy, who revert lo Ihrlr rank
Olhcm reduded to brigadier are
Major General Omar Dundy, who
commanded a fighting division In
Kranre and who now It in chorw
at Camp Lee; Vs.; Chorlt ,T.
Mencher, director of the Air Berv-
Ico; William 8. (Iraves, who com-J
ruaiuieu 1 no Ainenrair rows 111 hi-
brrla; William W. Wright, acting
chief of staff In the absciiee of
Ocneral March In Eiiropc,and Hm
uel D. Slurgls, commanding al Camp
director giwrnl of thn war, staff
dlrcrlor geiieral uf tho war staff
college, also becomes a brigadier, as
d. Jlajnr General John Illddle. com
limnding at Camp Cutler. .Mich.:
C W. Kennedy, commanding in Pan
ama; II. 0. Hole, commanding nl
Camp Dlx. 1?. J.; David C. Bhsnks.
commanding at Camp Gordon, (la.:
George W. Ilead, cnmmandlng at
Camp Jackson, 8. C and (leorge
Hell, commanding. Camp GrnnU 111.
Major General Henry T. McCain,
former adjutant general and nuw In
command al Camp Devon. Mat,
reverts to his prewar rank, colonel,
In thn adjutant general' deparli
ment. Major urneral William J
Snow, chief of field artillery, is re
duced lo colonel In that branch.
while Major General, dote Hulche.
son; who during the war commanded
the embarkation camp al Newport
News, Vs., anil who now Is In charge
al Camp Monde, Md, heroine a
colonel of cavalry.
Among the brigadiers reduced are
William W. Harts, who commanded
Ibo Paris district during the war.
and who becomes a colonel of engi
neers; Marlborough Churchill, direc.
lor of military Intelligence, who re
verts to his rank of major In the
field artillery, and Pox Connor, who
was flenerat I'crshlng's chief of
staff, and who now become
The reduction In rank of many
of these officer probably will be
on'y temporary as new appoint
ment must be made lo fill vnenn
lie which will ocm" when Hie
Army has been renrp?inlnd under
I be iv cent act of Cqngrr.
Instead of tho 14 mnjor ginrral
who are left on Iho nut there will
be 23 officers of that rank fir Hip
reorganltrd Army, while the to brls
adier general now on the roll will
be Increased to W, The selection
and promotion board are now mak
Ing up the new lift.
AIM Sitmii Cmidi
tHy Aoclated Presa.l
I101U.0GNE, France, Juno 22.
Tho supreme council nf Hie allied
tinhorns after holding a Ihrev-hiiur
session lislay, adjounnsl In meet In
Hrussel July 2, leaving Iho most
Important question on the program
MIVEI. WAY Tt) INHALE
THE WOCIJI.RYr VWV
PHOENIX. Arlx, Juno 22.- -A hid
low door knob, u tobacco pipe, a .bit
o' muslin and an extraordinarily
long pipe item comblmsl to make
what local officer said was' the
most unique opium pipe Uiey had
ever -en. It Ma found in n raid
byTioilet' on a negro reort This I
how the ,plpo was nperaleil: The
opium was nlaeed'ln lho door broils.
The dour knob was'fliled down lutfl
,lio lobaren pine. 1W muslin waJ
drawn light belween the pipe, bowl
and the lower opening In the door
I nob In nrder to caleh, tho hplnm
Jretci. The lengthy plpn-sb-m was
attached lo Hie pip". Hie opium ua
lighted and the omoker wss on hi
way to dniBgrdreams of ijoppylaud
'Ihrre persons found In lb? rcsorl
! Ily Associated I'ress.
JXJH ANGELES, CaL June 2?
Karltimiake shocks which started at
fW o'clock last night nad continued
JiHermlltrnlly Until li o'clock this
morning caused property dnmago in
Ijb Anircles ronnlv eitlmiilml nl
W,o00, Three-fourths of the prop
erty damngA occurred al EnglrntHKl,
teti miles southweil of here. One
th was due Indirectly to the
ts-tiihtor and several persons were
injured by fulling debris. The shocks
appeared to be lofAllied mostly at
Ii.UIi-wihhI, whern Iwenty-onn hual-
pess houses were wholly or partially
demolished and nearly ever" dwell
ing damaged lo some extniL Thai
city seemed In x llm rriilrr uf I lie
Illy Astoelalcd l'n-s.
Mh ASUKl.VA Cj.1 Jtin..
UU Angeles Hnllwuy official today
ntinminceil that llm slight parlb
iirmke at tlS) a. in. put Ha .power
plain al llunliiiRton Mkr. Iwenly
lilllen eail of Kresno. out of com
motion for 25 mlnules. l,os Angeles
traffic wnn linl up for that period.
Rtttiif dwtiMits in frdnNl
Illy Assnrlatel Prnss.l
DtllUN. ln'land.June2?. Allan
Injnobile carrying the asaistutil ill
reelor general of tho Itoyal Irluli
CdtiMnliiilnry and four constables
Was today attacked by parties imlim
revolvers ami iximns.
'Asilstanl Director General flnli
erl wai shot In tho hrud, hut I
expecled lo survive. HI chauffeur
was shot through both leg.
No arrests were made a result
if Iho assault.
(Ily Aitsoclaled Press.
rLONDONDEllllY. Ireland. June 22.
I'lrlim was rciuined tiHlay In several
Mils of lAjndunde'rry today after a
persons were killed In the rioting nf
The civil war continued through
out the. city today with one more
death, bringing tho total lo elghL
J'roop are protecting tho streets
but enough firing t going on In ter
rily cilUen. Cross rhannel sailings
hnvo been suspended.
KIIHINKHS 8IIINK AT IfiTII
SESSION AT l'()HTJM, (HIE.
Uy Associated Press.)
POIITLAND. Ore, June 2?. With
ureal Hirong of visitors already in
the city, the forty-slxlh annual ses
sion of Iho Imperial Council of Ihe
Onler of Iho Mystic Shrine opened
here loday with Iho daylight Shrine
parade escorting the imperial poten
tale, W. Freeland Kendrlck of Phila
'elpfila, and the imperial dtvah. and
imperial represeulative-t, from Hie
headquarters to the Public Audilo
1 111 in. where I fie sessions will be
belli. Past Potentate Hofniaim nl
Al Kader Temple, Portland, will pro
tide al Iho sessions.
The program for the first day will
include an auto trip over the Coliiiii
bin Hiver Highway, Willamette river
trip,-launching nf'ntecl ship at the
Mandifcr shipyards, in Vancouver,
Wash, tor which Mr. Ellis Lewis
(arrctson of Tacoma will tin tpen
sor, tribal dance by Oregon Indian,
circulating band concerts all over
the city and various lempla band
concerts al grandstands erected on
H-o iirinclpal downtown street of
Portland past wfikli the big parades
will move. Among tho big parades
will bo the eleelrie parade Tuesday
e rnlftg, which will be two miles
long and will include more than a
sroro of floats, built al n cost of
more than $10,000. it Is predicted
this pat-ado will surpas in splendor
anything before attempted in pa-
Kcanlry in this country.
A man In Columbus may lose ev-
drilling but his courage and fit
r.nd still have a fortune left
lalk nf Phoenix, Yuma
and Tucson. You eould
put jlieni all in one and
their complain nf tho
heat loday. Hu(, if you
vero 'a good sport and pave the
1 'evil nd Columbus their due you
woiild;havv lb ad mil that, the puffy
breeze lemperqil Old 8d's rays eo
they were besrnble al leasl. This is
Ihe rcfiinl (hi year-102 on Tuos-
Son t F.'i k It
Tonight a score of KnlsrhU of
lythfa will bo InlliaiVd Into tho
mysteries of (ho hsd-les' lodge of
their own order, Mrs. Matilda Dur
luuglis, Uie Indcfaligablti instruct-
less of the Pythian Hls'ters, has prac
llcolly completed her labor of love
this vlly and will leave Columbus
for her homo in El I'nso tomorrow.
KUo will leave Iho temple la Col urn
bus In splendid condlllou and proud
ia sue or tuo showing "or the work"
ns exemplified by Iho ladles. Tho
officers of the temple and their
lilies are as follows:
Most Excellent Chief, Mrs. Joe
Ciark; rirl l'l chief. Mrs. A. J.
Man; Second I'art Chief, Mrs. Leu-
imn Cortwrlght; Thhtl Past Chief,
sirs, viola Johnson; Fourth Pant
tihlef, Mr. Edwin 0. Dean; Senior
of the Temple, Mrs. Arthur liloch;
Junior of the Temple. Mrs, C. a
HOBersijre-npIo Manager, Mrs. le
llliigs- Iitfslivs of Iterorris and Oir-
rlpollllenc Mrs, Mleboon; Mislreu
or Unatico, Mr, Harry I'kkart; Pro
lector of the Temple. Mrs. Isabella
l.elly; Guard nf Hie Temple, Mr.
J. Weld; Captain of the Guard.
Mrs. Lcnnou Cortwrlght; Musician.
Mr. Edilh Miller.
Eight o'clock tonight is Hie hour.
HltLG L'KERS A HE UNDER THE
HAN AT MORALES, AlttONA
NOtiALEa. Arir, Jnne 22,-For
Ihe protection or tourist, drug
users nro under the ban uf Ihe No
gales. Sonera, police who under the
inreclion of Chief Ituix have arrest
ed a number of characters who for
a long lime have been familiar fig
ne on the slreel or the Mexican
(uwn. These men, most of them
American', frequented the Konora
flrio of (he International boundary
Iwcause of the ease with which nar
cotics could bo obtained.
Although they used to work, these
dtug victim are no longer able lo
eserl themselves al even the light
est employment The drugs have
ruined their health." Hut in order
lo gel their dally -jdioUMhey must
have money, and so, unable to work,
llicy turned la begging coins from
American who crossed Ihe bonier
lo enjoy Mexican night life hi the
ileggars became such a nuisance
that the oliee resolved lo rid Ihe
town ol them. One was released
ufler Ihe polico had made wholesale
arrests. lie had promised lo leave
Mexico and he crossed tho lino lo
Nogales, Arizona. The others were
placet! In Jail in Nogales, Honors,
HEAVENS! SENTENCED ON
hTUENGTll OF THEUl HHE.YT1IH
(Ily Associated PreM.)
POtlTOLA, CaL June 22, Ilecauso
their breaths smelted ilrongly nt
cheese, fio men served terms In Uie
county Jail at Elko, Nevada, a town
west of here on the Western Paclfio
railroad. A boxcar was broken open
and a large cheese stolen. With uo
other clue than Iho belief that
beavy Indulgence In cheesu might
taint the breath, the town marshal
set forth and made five arrests. The
evidence appeared so conclusive to
Iho magistrate thai all were sen
li need to Jail.
I Onvx I towght I
B A IIIIIIIIIIIIH UIHIWII tM tM HH S
Alias Mike Mora
Latest Pararuoultt Fciiurc
m m on m
fflH TIE H
- Hsl ffll
Forty business men Mtlifrcd at
Hie Community House last evening
and met with Captain Kockuood,
representing the military author!
ties al Camp Furlong, lo devise
vsys and mesns for celebrating; the
f ourth or July in Hit city.
W. U Jrranklln called (he meeting
lo order With Will Murphy as seero
Captain flockwood outlined Iho
possibilities of cooperation of the
military authorities with the civil.
Other speakers were beard with the
final consensus of opinion that Co
lumbus would celebrate.
When this decision was arrived al
Chairman Franklin appointed u com-
mitteo lo cnurer wllh Captain llock
wood and olher officers Thursday
morning al 10 o'clock for the pui
pose of perfecting a program, and
II Is presumed a complete program
will bo arranged for' publicity pur
pose by next Saturday or Monday
at the latest.
Following Is tho committee: II. 0.
Tracy. J. l. Iilalr. A. J. Eyans, Wat-
ter iu Bproal ami tWllson JKHgore.
II wa suggested that Km mcr.
chants offer prizes for alhleUc feat
and stunts, both comical and stren
uous, and the Idea met wllh hearty
At the Fourth of July Hits year
comes on Sunday, Monday, Iho Mi.
will he celebrated Instead.
Sidelights, of the Meeting.
Attorney Waller ft. Sprout was In
troduced to tho business men pres
ent and laler on W. ft. thawed nut
lo the extent nf a few well chosen
remarks on modes 'of procedure. A
a reward ha was appointed on th
committee where he will be com.
polled to take hi coat' ofr. The
Dally Courier of the opinion
Pproal will fit welt Into the seliemn
nl things around Columhu.
Forly-odd grnllrmen wer pres
ent, the crowd filllft&lbejrbrnrjfrmd
overflowing lnlitlm dsilre halh
Druggist Llllybeck, City Clerk Dean
and Will King arrived lute and
blocked the doorway.
It was uggeIed thai every mer
chant have al least a flag or two
decorating tils place of htislnesH or
lie fined. How the latter was In he
collected, however, was not ex
As a prelude the local oil situation
ss talked over.
At flrtt glance it looked like a
Chamber of Commeree meeting, but
Ihe nonappearance of Chef Joe
Jackson and his long (able dispelled
M PsNiifliMii New 29)953
IDy Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 22
The censu figure for Phoenix, Ari
zona, as given out by the Census
bureau today, show a population of
211,063, and increase of 17,1)10. or
ICOJ) per cent, for the last ten years,
wcro fiuud 9100 each.
U'ny, Juno ZS.