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m & j? - -. .THE BISBEE DAILY REV'EW. BISBEE. ARIZONA-, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 25, 1911. PAGE THREE y u ft L v ?i M i i r! i: , ifl- NEW COURSES 10 BE , OFFERS STMTS Severallnnovations Made a) University of Arizona by Dr. Wilde PBEPARiNG FOB EVENT SPEEDWAY AT IHNAPOUS Car Oasq.... Simplex . nter-stato ... National .. , fope-Hartford fope-Hartford Westcott ... Caso Case .... .. ..4, Stuiz 4 Mercedes .. -.-:.4 Amplex .. .. ..4 r A. u F A. L. ,.4 Knor C HulcJo .. IJuIc .. Bcnz .. Alco 1'UCSON. Arir, Maj 2l--In con. iiL-cUon with tho work of re arrant ing tho classes at tho university tor next terra, several Important an. souncements wero made to the stu dents In, tho department ot econoni. ics. An entirely new course In med iaeval history will bo placed on the curriculum by Dr. Wilde. This new coarse will bo under the instruction of Dr. Wlldo himself. Mediaeval his iory has always been tho new pres ident's forte, ho having conducted a class In this subject lor many years In Northwestern university. Pr. Wilde has also written and trans lated several text books upon taut subject. Under tho instruction of 11. A. E. Chandler, professor ot economics, a new subject will bo introduced into tho economic course. The new stuay will bo concerned chiefly with Amer ican economic history and will bo of. fered under the title of "The Expan sion ot tho West." TOO announceuium u" ,",;",.."iv,,im,i to bo a course offered, in puonc . ----- - sneaking under the department or "F? '' " economics has aroused considerable McFar an .. Interest among all students inclined , -McFarlan .. towards dobaUng. Hituerto there Jackson .. has been desultory worts in debating Jackson . done at tho university, chlefiy.be- Jacksor ... causo ot the fact that the majority Cutting ... of students could pot auoru to bb riai .... tlmo" to tho subject unless they to- Foztcr .-. eelved college credits. The courw to Kirestone be offered next term will bo a ono ( semester course providing two units. Tho. class will meet once a week, un. Marnion. . dcr the instruction of. Prof. Cand- ilaqson . Itr and will hold debates on all put 'ujzler.. lie 'questions. Work to bo preparea uzier.. out, ox class also win uo assitjud. The work will cover economics, sv oiology and politics Changes will be brought about in tho courses now being offered la -corporation management and bank. ing. The nature or tne cnanges wiu do to make tho courses deal more with practical problems tlian theories. Greatest Automobile Race in History Will Be Pulled off Memorial Day Making Ready for Trials for Eligibility Saturday Entries 500-Mile' International Sweepstakes Race, Indianapolis Speedway, Memorial Day, May 30th, 1911, . Cyl. ..41 .. 4 4 4 ..6 ..4 Displacements Driver Motor - v i" ...4 ...4 ...4 . .41 . 4 .. 0 -,-? ...4t . . ..4' ...4 t i ...44. ' 1 . ..4 . ..C - . ..4 -. ..4 . ..4' Anporson Mercer 4 Morcor 4 Simplex . .. ..4 Hat 4 Vclic .... . ...4 Velio 4 Cole 4 with) cole -.4 . I. Amplex 4 llcnz ....4 Benz 4 2S4 D97 390 CS9 390 4F 2SS 28i 390 r.ss 443 29S 298 S59 594 594 521 580 447 447 377, -377 352 "355 S32 390 5S9 .541 145 477 544 544 5i6 300 300 597 4SG 334 334 471 385 443 521" s:i Lewis Strang Ralph Dol'alma C. D. Baldwin Johnny Aitkeu Loui3 Disbtrow Frank I. Fox Harry Knight Jagarsbyrgcr Will Jones Ullbort Anderson Spencer Wishare W. II. Turner J. E. Gelnaw W. H. l;earct - Fred Belebor Arthur; Chevrolet Charles Ilasle Eddie Hoarne Harry Grant Charloy Merz Howard Vilco Fred Clemens Ilert Adaim . Fred .Ellis Harry Cobu Jack Tower . . Krnost Delanej- -, Uavld-Bruce-Browu Harold Van GonJer .. ltejiof Driver Klmer ltay. .Veil Wfcaluii Culla Scoto ' John Glorei I-ouIs liarg-on- neur Ilussoll Smith' Frauk: Agafi D. D. Murphy K Johnson v 1.. Johnson . John J. Cotfef Louis Chevrolet Ixuls Chevrolet Frauk Leo Icn Zong'.e t Arthur Deck UamoB K. Hilt E. R..Scheifler J. L. Judd t Dob Kvans. - Jou .Matsos: 'j rTi Columbus lxj Frayor Joo Dawson ltay Harroun Ilalph Mulford Teddy Tetztarf Herb Lytic" llughie liugdcs Chas. Illgelow Iilph Deordslej Caleb Dragar Arthur Gibbons Howard Hall BUI EndicoU Johnny" Jenkins Walter Jones Hob ISurmrm I 432 JJd. ' Ulckenbaeh or " Billy CiHon Carence Kittroll W. H. larllof vorce Granted to Wife of Sea Captain lvraAVAPni.lS 'Mnv m. HIchlv "tuned" an mechanically aa roitect t as tho skill of the modern motor car maker can produce. forty-six of the fastest racing automobiles ever s snmlilod aro at tho Indianapolis Mo tor Sceedway awaiting the ellmina- MikadO Of Japan CanCBiS Ul-lwiH determine whether they aro ell- KlDie lO Elan, ill uie uuv-uiuu national sweepstake race on Memor ial Dar. Mny 30. Every car must show speed of Bevcnty-fivo miles an , Hour to quality ior one oi iuc b --"" " " i est races in tho history or tho motor LOS ANGELES, May .J4. A di I contest jport. When the entires to -vorco suit in which the final decree j this ovont closed May 1, there wero was granted last March, and tto I fortjjsix cars entered-, manned by i plalnUff in which is believed tfjjijgt of drivers which Includes every hae been married again, may be re- j well-known pilot in America, as well, opened if attorneys for. the ansband as ECveral who jnade their reputa in the case can prove that the er- tions in Europe before coming to tho diet of tho highest court of Japan J iijtcd States, was reversed by tho mikado after th- , Months' Preparation, husband had been sentence i to lie it UU UW1I U1UC UWUln . w. - - dPrtOfo&cC' Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least try a medicine which has the record of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame Tor her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: Hicliuioixl, Mo. " When my second dmtslifor was eishtcen months oltl I was pronounced sv hopeless invalid hy .specialists. I had it consultation of doctors and thcyaid 1 hail a hcv ere cjuso f ulceration. I -was in bed f or ten it eeks, had sinking spells, and tvas pronounced to bq in n. danjrerou condition. BIy father insisted that tto try Lydia E. I'inkham's vgctnulo Compound, and hroiiKlit me hi.t bottles. I soon Ik'-.ui to improve, and be fore it had all been taken-1 was as well and htronjj as ever, my friends hardly recognized mo so great it as the change." 31 rs. Woodson liranstettcr, ICiclimoiid, Mo. There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says: tionesboro, Texas. "T have used Lydia K.Pinkham's "Vegeta ble Compound for myself and daughter, and consider it une qualled for till female diseases. J would not bo -without It for anything. I wish ct cry mother in America could be persuaded to use it as there would be les suffering among our sex then, lam alvtajs glad to speak a word of praise for Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and you are at liberty to use this testimonial.' Mrs. James T. Lawrence, Joncsbbro, Texas. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? fin MilM EXCURSION RATES VIA- Santa Fe The Gool Scenic Route Round Trip From Bisbee Denver - '-'.' - "" S42.80t Colorado Springs ""?-' - '42180' Salt Lake City !. 663'S St. Paul - . v . . 66.05 Kansas City s, ' 51.05 St. Louis - ,; . - 60.05 Chicago - . ' . . 66.05 Cincinnati - . . 74.45 Philadelphia - - 91.75 Akove are rates to only a low principal points. Hates to Trlou otner points in .North and East cheerfully furnished. Wrlt as. Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30th. October 31st. Pical return Umtt Stopovers in either direction. Dayilgnt ride to Denver and other Colorado .pointi raso. uniy one nignt en route. tv. Wrlto ror descriptive literature K. UKOWN. V. V. A. U. : 3 H. DONAKT. 1 T. P.. A- i J. 8 uuis Uldg. MOItKlSON, O. P. A. -- - - Kl Paso, Tex, Imprisonment. Tho caso is that of Elisaheta T. IjcwIs asainat Albert Lewis. The interlocutory decreo was granted in March, 1910, on tho wife's showing that her husband had been sentenced to a life imprisonment after being convicted ot wrecking a vesbel olf tho coast of Japan. In Marco, 1011, Mrs. Lewis again appeared n4 was Kiven a final decree. In the meantime Lewis and f has. rthur Hill, who was arrested with him, had Interested the Ameitoan. and Uritlsh consuls in their behalf. They succeeded in proving that th vessel was wrecked outsldo the three-mile limit, or in Internationa! waters, and tho case was carried to tho mikado. Yesterday attorneys for the has band appeared before Judge Monroe of tho superior court and asked that initial announcement of thi contest was made by the promoters and each month has witnessed an increase ot intorest on tho part of the public as well as the manufacturer. Almost six months ago tho first entry "ss madf, when a Case car. with Lowis Strang aa the driver, was entered. Krom that time on tho entries wer sent 'in steadily until tho largest field ever drawn together for one event was announced when the en tries wero closed. Tho greatest num ber of entries in any one contesi j-revious to this Umo was twenty-six. Tho long raco has assumed even greater proportions than tho pro moters had anticipated when tb purse of J20.OOO in gold was otrerea for tho winners or the first Sen daces. A capital prize or $10,000 boadeJ a list of nine others as fol- fw"- ww v r.- IfUh. th1,rf TIIViWI- tho case bo reopened on tne grouncs iyws: ocuuu, , "-. -'---' that the mikado has reversed the iWth. J2.W0; fifth, 1 500; slrtB Judgment of the court. The rulings si.000; seventh. 800; eighth, V70i of tho Japanese court, as well aa the ninth, $600; tenth, ?500. In addiUon ruling of tho emperor wero all In lo this small fortune there have tho Japanese language, which Judge feen added elde "prizes by variocs 51onroo could not read. Ho ordered I accessory makers, which brings U that tho hearing go over for three total to bo won up to about S10,0. mnnths in order to allow the hns-' SupnlemenUng tho cash prizes are Jmnd's attorneys to find whether ten bronze plaques which will be thn mikado's ruling Is 1n the form , jdven to the entrants of the ton wm- of a pardon or a reversal. If it Is a Blng cars. It long has been tne rulj pardon tho decree cannot bo set i ln motor car racing that tho Grttcrii aside under the law, while If It is'guall receive the cash prizes and tho a reversal of tho court's Judgment j makers tho trophies, tho decree can be vacated. conditions of the Race. It Is understood that Mrs. lewis conditions or the race, wnirn married soon alter receiving ner mi . eTOnU arc turn each car al decree and Is now in the with her new husband. oast The star pitchers of the AthlcUcsl are not wurniug au "" w did last season Don't Tire Easily Ob Grape-Nuts qooD "There's a Reason" shall welgh'at least 200 oouads end have fco more than 600 cudic incnes if.ston displacement. This maaes ttie cars up to about .120 horsepower eligible. The forty-elx cars nave a io ta! of 20.150 cubic incacs of piston displacement, giving an uterase ot 438 cubic Inches per car. nccoroig to its motor) construct' ans. The ma jority of the cars in the raco in their tryout havo averaged about Vi to 100 miles per hjnr, while many of them aro capable or doJi t Hues rer minute. The entry fee im:d t-y the entrants waa 500 per car. Estimates on tho Average speed which will be attalncd-ln the long net' havo varied widely, but expel ta j express a belief that the winner will travel the 500- miles at a rato of . about 75 miles per hour. - I Tho race will start at 10 o'clock in tho morning and probably tho wln- I ner will cross the tape on his last lap about G o'clock in thu afterooo't The officials for the race have been chosen from all over tho" United States most of them having been officials at many of tbo othor great race raeots of tho country. Fred J. Wagner, or N'ew York, will act as starter, while George Kobertson, tbo former racing driver, will be an assistant- A- It. Pardington. or New York, will referee, while U. I. Hoop er, president of the American Auto mobile association, is the honorary official in that capacity. Judges and other officials have been chosen from among the most prominent manufacturers and automobile men in the middle west. r Bomb Signals. Tho method, which would be em ployed to start this event, has been difficult for tho promoters to de cide. Finally the management adopt- ted tho plan of firing daylight bonifcs, which explode 230 feet In the air and gitc forth a dense cloud w. smoke. Ono of these will be fired every minute before ten o'clock and at the stroke of ten a special start ing bomb will gjo the signal that will send the cnUre field into one of the greatest race ever known. Af ter the start the contestants are signalled along tho course by means of colored flags, each of which bears some specla meaning which the drivers understand. The cars will be started in nine lines of five cars each, placed at intervals of 100 feet back of Uio wire. Scoring a Hard Job Scoring and timing of forty-six fast cars on a course but two and a half miles in length means the devis ing of an entirely new. system. In order to score and tlmo the race ac curately more than 100 mon will be used throughout the seven hours, with 50 others as relief men to the regular scor5ra. Tho eye Is the only part of man depended upon to aid in this task, while mechanical and electrical devices havo been called upon to perrons tne greater part of the work. An electrical timing ma chine, which divides the second? in to hundredths, will catch each car as it jiasscs the wire on every lap. wniie a cattery of lour adding ma chines will bo used to record the mi m ton of .cars a, they pasa. Two ctajbones will carry the recoru "m the car numbors in the ordor in rfbtch they lilt by the stand. This last record will nave tho story ot tho enUre race in human voice, the first time this has ever been attempt eti. Koinforcing this squad of mechan ical workers will be four score Doards. each 100 feet ln length, and each employing more than 20 men to operate it. These will catch each car as It passes the wire and creu.t t with a lap each Umo it crosses. A telephone system, which has more than twenty Instruments attache. will convey information to a scorn of announcers in all parts ot u grounds and tbo -visiting throng wilt be informed of the status or the race every ten miles of Its progress. Exp-ect Crowd of 100.C00. Preparations havo been- made for ( nanaiing a crown oi iuu.uuu. 1'arKing space ror 10,000 automobiles has been provided, ln order to prevent accidents to tho spectators 300 men are employ ed. A military organization, Known For 30 years Tiydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias been the j.tandnrd remedy for female ills. Jo sick woman does justice to herself whp -will not try thN famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. atfn If the slightest troublenpnears -which SP you do not understand, t rite to Jlrs. l'inkliam at I.ynn, Mass., for her advice itis free and always helpful. h SUSPECTED HOLDUP "TEXAS YOUTHS TO ARE SET FREE RAISE CORN CROPS yfe&2Sv The Right Route pjwiJAfai..t;..Ha East Route of the Golden State Limited EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST SUMMER FARES Lack of Evidence in Train Rot&ery Case Brings It to Termination Will Emulate Example of Jerry Moore, South Caro lina Corn Grower SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Ma 24. Jerry Moore, tno joungstor oer in Florence county, Soutn Carolina, who grew 22s bushels of com on an aero of land last year and Inspired the cntiro corn growing world by his efforts, will have a number of imi tators in Texas this year real Texas, boys who declare In their enthusiasm shut a thing that can be done eiso where can be done iu Texas. In all parts of this state corn growing Is becoming more and morr an occupation of the farmer While it is true that the older Texans who spent most of their lives ni the fi&ridlf. charting n ian.c hamiiied re- of the train last i factory steer do not know c great deal about farming, ana wnne then efforts in this particular are some thing of a joke, tho younget genera tion ts determined to demonstrate that Texas is a great com growing state. Boys' corn clubs have Dcn formea tt ulmost every county and in every oui of these, the accomplishment ot Jerry Moore is discussed. The fact is, Jerry is much more famous as tbe result of his corn growing than If he had eloped with some of the iron masters' daughters of the effete oast. This young South Carolinian may not know it. but lie has started Eomcthing among the farmer boys in all part of tho country 'and t?" chances are that he will have to nmr mnm ifinn 99 luicnul, in tha ucre in the near future if he ron i tinues to hold first place. OGDEN, Utah, May 2L .Magistrate Murphy ordered Bryan O'Hare and Victor Clore, who have been hola in the county Jail on the charge ol robbing the Southern Pacific Over land limited train January 2 last. discharged, "thero being no sufficient cause to believe the men guilty of the offense.' O'Hara and Clore were arrested near Detroit, Mich., some weeks ago and extradited for trial. Their pre liminary examination was concluded two weeks ago since which time Judge Murphy has had tho evidence under consideration. In the holdun January William N. Davis, a portor. was killed and anotner ponei, Taylor, was wounded, dying from his .. ..n.ia In 0inrnn a few dflV 21CO. Thn latnst development in the train robbery came when announce ment was made by the police de partment that It was Investigating an alleged confession or a man known as "Tex" Hamilton made tc an intermediary, that ho planned tho robbery which was executed h two other men. Hamilton professed in ,. influenced bv a desire to exon erate O'Hara and Clore and also t receive a share ot the ssuoo rt ward offered for the apprehension ot the robbers. Cleveland Leader: "He Tniows half the best people In uwn." "Why doesn't ho associate wlta them, thenr Tbey know hl." ' FROM BISBEE TO TO KANSAS CITY 551.05 NEW YORK 85i5 ST. LOUIS SbO.05 EOSTON WM CHICAGO 566.05 BALTIMORE .-...584.95 DENVF" .. 542.80 WASHINGTON M4.S5 CLOUDCROFT S14.E0 Reduced Rates to all principal Eastern and Northern Summer Resorts. Call at ticket office for any infor mation desired, or address EUGENE FOX, Gen. Pass. Agt., El Paso Texas. S A.'". J l pPMBpS3y Clean j Awarded Grant'. Prize at Seattle Exposition Electric Iron as tho Speedway gaard, is composed of 200 rncn. These militiamen guar? every roadway and gato so that me track has been termed "tool proor." ln addition 100 police and plain glomes men watcn the throng tnioagnout th6 oay. A mouuteu squad aids in directing tho crowds to their proper places. 24 POISONED FROM EATING BAD CHICKEN PEABODY, Kas., May 24. As the icsult of. ptomaine poisoning caused by eating diseased chicken at a mis sionary meeting at the home cf Mrs Hen Dohner, near this city, on April 29, Mrs. A. D. tNolson, wife of' a farmer living hear here, died at her homo yesterday tho second vicUm of the poison, which made twenty- Known as "Tho Greatest Kace j. persons HI. Course in tho World," the Speedway Juanifa Clausen, a farmer's child, baa been a great center of attraction died a week ago. Twenty-four othe. for motorists even when thero was ho persons are now in a caugcrou vont in nroCTesa. Tne crounds ou-, condition. tain 323 acres, all enclosed wiimn a high board fence, and every corn er attended by landscapo gardnew. Thero aro 4'J buildings on the ground, including garages and grand The chicken served at the mis tionary meeting was killed two days before it waa eaten. It was picpared by Mrs. Dohner, the hostes' Physicians who " investigated said Iron with the iron that saves you time, energy, anu 3 money. The iron that needs no lire. I hat is always ready to begin work when you are. GUA RANTEED TWO YEARS. PRICE: $4.50 Try one Ten Days on Trial. Tf not what you want we take it back. Bisbee Improvement Co., BISBEE ARIZONA iTower VEST .ST eut, . chicken diseased and that bery dot tho entire tracL The track ,Mr8- Dohner was blameless Is two and one-half miles in lengtn I Dnr,nK t)0 the and required six months to copstruct Ncw- York and' the Boston American at a cost of more than 5150,000. Tho Leagul; teams have played 173 entlro racing plant, as it stands to- j pames. Rostf n winning, nlnetr and day, cost moro than, 58O0.00O, (New ork eishty;nipe games. Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc. 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