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AUGUST 1, 1911. tpMtjy IfsYfhAjJf fie! ike Original and fienufoa HORLIGK'S MALTED MILK Ttw Fesd'drbtk far AU Ages. For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children. There Is more In the book of i Arironans toward tho Mexican. ia-! PureNutrition,upbuildinRlhewholcbodv. hlch came un toddy for argument, i Jonah than a 'ble fish.'" declared I clarlne that mar.v neoDle who ro-1 InviBoraVsthenumnffmotherandtnenm-tL Since then, however, Mrs. Hodge ! Uev. James Logic, of Tucson, who garded themselvca as Christians ' Rich will malted grain, in powder form. lias HtnlA nut With annth.i otntment ' fl1f,wf tlio .Milrift fit tho Praehvtaffnn .l. nrti tr'r,l !. HlAVrAAH .... ...a.. " " ' -..--. uuwv.. aWIUKUl, HIV4 .. M,'l MV W1W V W U,14 IIU( C(UtU hUU lUCAIVdll UB Wl' Beautiful Lesson Taught By Book of Jonah WOMAN CONFUSES CAStit0 tbe flect tbat sne had been In- church of tho Covenant Sunday thy of any consideration. A quick lunch prepared ia a .cinate. nevv Andrews, former superintendent of! the Warren waterworks, convicted of j the murder of Kmlie Amaiin. onei of his former subordinates. Owing the many liecullar and highly mystl lying features qf tbe case the trial of Andrews attracted a ereat deal of attention throughout the state and) the developments since the trial, upon which is based the motion for a uewl trial for tho convicted Andrews, havo added materially to tho mystery sur rounding the case and to the stato wide Interest aroused by it. Tho interesting history of the case dates back several years, and personal jealousies, and political and social intrigues seem to have played an important part in It. Andrews and Amaun wero friends several years ago. when both entered the field of politics and Andrew won out by being appointed superintendent of the Warren waterworks, which was owned by the American Water works company of rittsburg. Pa. while Ainann was assigned to a subordinate position- Aiaann's Jeau ousy over the success of his former Irlend Is said to have caused u serious breach in the relations of th0 two men. Ill Feeling Starts Two years ago a typhoid fever epi demic broke out in Warren, which caused the death of more than sov enty persons. After the epidemic had been stamped out by heroic methods and tho excitement somewhat sub sided, Amann produced a tremendous sensation by pointing out that a foul and stagnant we 1, full of fever germs, ha3 been allowed to drain into the reservoir and had thus contaminated the drinking water of the citizens of Warren. Am ann stated at tho time that Andrews knew of the fact and had intended to dsm the connection between tho well and the reservoir before the in vestgation could be made. So great was the indignation of the citizens ducetl by Andrews' attornoys to morning and Snuday evening. Tho! The storv of thn book of Jonah! Take naiuhslittile. AskferHORLICK'S. WARM2N Pa., July SI. Argument I"1"" t0 e killing or Amann under; preacher took tbo text of his even-jin brief. Is that Jonah was called,- un nnnfilna nt Tnx4, were heard today by Judge Hinchley 1 J?,m,sos of reward End immunity, ing from the book of Jonah, but, by God to go to NInevah to deliver 'ILLtu vvmutnv or i.rubi , ... ,. ;, . ., !Tn,s complicates matters still fur- i he eschewed the various and sundry 1 tbe. Judgment of God against that! In this City On the app lCatlOll tor &lhpr nnil ninlina tho nnl. ....In.nWnr.k ,. !,.., i(h 1 , ...Ii ..- .,.j from a mirelV fwlnlfM?ipJ Ktnnli. aejx trial in the case or jonn ai-Mho case oxtremelv ntiporinSn ti,o mnmmn min tr, ti.n yn.ir nn.i !... . i. ..n. point but she has come to bcllete directed the attention of the congre-in. ship three hundred miles out of K " tl10 n"nIstr declared, that all gallon to the beautiful truths which t tho way, thinking to get outside of'TOrk ls .valn un,ess Jt ls basoJ -. .... -' iirur sn arm Anrni.VM nr v. .- itn,in UoU's Jurisdiction. But God caused "?. "" ,"" " 'c mu a storm to arise and the seamen I iolloinS " minister s remarks finding out that Jonah was. In slang ypn ,lb intolerance of Arlzonans , larlance. -their Jonah." cast the I?'3?1 MiKlewu. of Bisbee and disobedient messenger overboard t UougIaB 'V?110 towards Chinamen uia in the mns.oTiM. ,i .i Hinds. All or the bars raised Sne onahedirasenheor ws told"'!, ,Al",can18, a'nstA Asaiica at" Having delivered his message Jonah "'"'"J .Tq"allty Americans arc iiLirujr.omitT before tho creato?of still bo carried out and God caused a gourd vine to grow up In a night j and shelter the messenger. When unnnr in ntrinrn tne vino withered. Jonah was angry fijKh IS HI h IIS f-1 1 iWUGHLIN CASE 15 SSED IN Tn 'whale.' I the 'word tat all In ho found in the book. "The book of Jonah is usually associated la the public .mind with n whale, but as a matter or fact word whale is not mentioned tho book. The fish men tioned in tbe book was a 'big flsh." Usually the questions that arc more ftan illcniiaBj! In idln imnnAAllnti The courts are still hearing cases, . .wi,., i. ..ou,!, , low""B!07lCh" n"'?I' nan to stay inside of a flsh for riT ,r i 7 V "" da's or whether fish big f nl t tu ' m " E, ""! 1WR1' t "wallon a man are to fir n 4 Lrn ?G1 ?Ullr ft t0 Of the Med- Jr.,?!LVj ljin.t ?!hMri? HIS' itcrranean sea. but I shall not ilTS tVhiC,UMSt enter Into a discussion of either of i Tredntfr dl8turblns lese questions. The book or Jonah LXf;,?h T,' BW,Hn Ut ' regarded by some to be a rarable Ji--A"er,hoaritn.ghevldenc.e,.la,nnd bv others to have been written r,,,Xn " s s" u,8mlssca M In the style of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Laughlln Saturday at 2 o'clock was set as Progress.' "It Is the real tragedy of tho book No better or more agreeafile war could be found to spend an even. against Andrews in consequence offi?8' aftQr iii0 hot da s Vista Amann's statement, that there was an'opon talk of lynching him. An, drews, "who was never very popular, as he was too exclusive, denied tho truth of Amann's story and charge! that It was Amann who had known of the well, bat had never reported its existence, as ho shotild have done. Tho Investigation by the authorities showed that the well was Teaponsl- Wo for the epidemic, but Tor some reason no legal steps were ever taken against Andrews or Amann. Killing Takes Place. On March 25. 1910 President A. AV. Lynn of the Water works company arrived In Warren, and otter a brief examination of the accounts of tlw office, which is said to liave shown a discrepancy in tho figures, ho dis charged Andrews, who was bonded for $1,0(H. There is a story that Amann, alter a conference with An drews, wrote and signed a 'confes sion, admitting thnt he and jaot An drews was responsible for the short age. Some time in January of this year Amann's friends sought to per nuade him to withdraw hie alleged confession and It is said that Amann promised to follow their advice. This was never done, however, for on tho following night, January 27. 1911, Aman was killed by three shots from an automatic pistol, after he had visited the reservoir during a severe storm. Thorc was a strong feeling against Andrews and the public sus pected him of hating killed Ainann He was carefully watched for several days and finally arrested on the charge of murder. Woman Mixes Things. The following trial was full of interesting and sensational features. Andrews tried to prove an allW, which he partially established, but there was some conflicting evidence, to the effect that he had been seen coming from the direction of the reservoir about the Umo the mur der was committed. Mrs. Stella Hodge Drake, who dropped the last XSttW n. rW1 JonahThat.hrhunlmpt. iSJnrnl, "w i? l11 aot maers upy the time of the ?JSrrtS rta"kedf?P ,a" stadent of tue b00k that the VJ1PJ ?h,?dJ hefcase ha "pin beautiful truths are untouched. As d?r in k h nJV If1? a 'matt of fact it Is one of tbe &Lhi, nnr Harris,, most beautIful books of the wholo mnJ -dnC Sh nned th0 lraasfernible and in no other book Is God man .ov. revealed so beautifully. The book i . teaches us the efficacy of prayer, cnir-m Aim .. . 't teaches us of the omnlpresenco LADIES GUILD WILL Abm of the mer- wwiuw imuu The mmIster m tho course ot nmifr nrrnrnilBiniYO nls sermon, took an interesting ten hrnWr nrrHrSHrnhN Smlrates to preach the doctrine of U1.IIKL, HUI lluUII IliLll I U i the brotherhood of man and took I Bisbee and Douglas mildly to task rpK t .Ji. . . . . . it , , or meir auuuae lowaras ino jmn The Ladles Guild of the Epls- aman statJne tt .unU, rocent copal church will sorvo refresh- years," neither would tolerate their ments at Vista Park, Warren. Wed-i presence In the city. As a mat- nesday evening during tho band con-l,er r fact s0 rar as Blsbee coo cert, which win ha n t- ,cerned, that atUtude has not C. & A. band, beginning at 7:30i c,,aBed-, ,. , o'clock. I Tne minister also commented up on the intolerant spirit exhibited by rark is a veritable beauty spot, af fording a cool retreat. Comfortable seats are provided for all The guild will sene lemonade and soft drinks. but ood spoke to him and tried . to show Jonah why it was an act r of mercy to save Ninevah instead or visiting his wrath against tho tity, as Jonah had visited hU wrath on the gourd vine. Commenting on Jonah's vain thought that by sailing three hun dred miles out of the way. he could get without God's Jurisdiction, tho divine declared that there were many in tho west who had been reared In Christian homes in the cast who had forgotten their Xaith out here. On the subject of the efficiency of prayer, the minister de clared that Christians of today seemed to bo losing their faith in prayer and regarded God as a Judges WITH WILDE'S WORK Says University is Bound to Win Under the Nev President University Notes HI BID GONGERT AT Frofeaaor Fowler, of tne depart ment of agriculture of tho unverslty, Ifta again been selected as stock and dairy Judge at the territorial fair at Phoenix this autumn. In the Judgment cf the fair commission. Professor Fowler has bcea the most successful Judge in this department h the history of tho fair. Professor Benner of the depart ment of chemistry at tho university has placed on the market his Nlcb rome triangles, a substitute for platr Inum, a metal becoming moro valu- blc than gold. Tho triangles cost lut a small fraction of the price of datlnum and serve the same pur pose in resisting heat; the material from which they are made has a nelting-polnt above 2S60 degrees Fahrenheit. The triangles may have arge use in chemical laboratories throughout the country. President Wilde, who has been The C. and A. band gave a fine con- PHOENIX. July 31. Kirk T. Mooro lias returned from his visit to San Francisco and Berkeley, com ing home via Tucson vtliere on Sat urday he attpnded a meotlng of the board of regents of the university. I Mr. Moore who ' is territorial super-. intendent of public instruction, went i who wnltl fo- .,.,.., i..' VZ .'". l" .uai". uiucuuiy. 10 inquire, nrrtor ik,7 ,. i.w ! into the conditions obtaining in the mfnt in.f h! PrMUaCv JUd,S" 8tate 'Mtltatloa for the deaf and S?h i , J' T.?,S' b0 df M'nd in Berkeley, at which Arizona dared was a misconception of God. Js paying the tuition of five Arizona All uplift work Is in vain, he de-' children. Semi-official ly he went to dared, unless it was linked with , San Francisco to attend the annual tho teaching of the lessons of re-! meeting ot tho National Educational iigion, citing tho recent expression J association, and privately he weni or Miss Jane Addams on this sub- to have as much of a good tlmo as Ject. When the famous unllft work-1 possible, also. He saya that he ac er first started her v,ork, she worked i confpllshed all these objects quite i satisfactorily. Mr. Moore had not planned to at ten( tho meeting of the board of re gents of the university last Saturday In Tucson, but received a message thatj he was needed to complete a quorum so h0 hastened On to the , uniferslty city before coming home. Thi$ ls tho vacation season in Tuc- 8 E5 The reform wave struck tho city council at its last meeting, for it enacted on ordlnanro rptHHn th -. v.. , -. ,. .. . . number tf saloon licenses to fit- EO" - 3 "e" ,aB oiner ptaees anu sev teen and declaring that any license may be revoked for cause If the Jerome News. cert at Vista park, Warren, Sunday I?' D revouea ror cause If the evening. It is regretted that the accl- s?looa ?. not Properly conductcil.- dent to The Review's press Saturday nieht nreventeil the usual announce ment of this concert, as only a small I A new steel boat and a number number of people knew It was to r- extra fine freight wagons were take nlace. nnt the band nlavpd as received this week by the American well as if a thousand had been pres- Placer corporation for use at their ent, and those who were fortunate P&cer mines at Lee's Ferry. W. A. to attend were given a treat. Follow-i twitter has been exceedingly "busy ing is the program: getting th0 outfits together. Coco- March. The Master Builder.. Holmes', nIne Sun' Overture, Crown Diamonds... .Auber Cornet duet, Ida and Dot Loosey' "Not one case of typhoid fever Soloists A. Veals and E. Veale. 'as oeen reported In Globe since Serenade, Love's Greeting Elgar lne ,Irst of June," said City Health Selection, Merry Widow Strauss Officer For today. 'This," continued Handel's Celebrated Largo... .Handel Dr- Fox "ls n"31 unusual for this Baritone Solo, Only a Dream ot That N t,mo of " year and attribute Beautiful City Herbert Clark 8Ucn a state ' affairs to tho lm Soloist Jack Watson. j Proved methods employed In the Chorus, Gloria from 12th Mass Weber idling of the garbage. Tho eamc March, Wizard of the West....Dublo n"0"18, nave been employed at MI Leader. Brof. F. J. Kuwdon i au" """" i"na " ao iree oi Manager, J. T. Watson. ........ TH(HnT TnU- In VS-Acontt -irlll lm i'uiiuci. Washington Herald: "Our new book keeper seems to have a wonderful grasp of detail." That's right." declared the Junior tie knows the records of fir Flagstaff August 1st. He will remain in Flagstaff for two or three weeks and then make the trip to ho Grand Canyon. He expects to riturn to Tucson about September 1. most all the ball players." Special 50 cent Luncheon aTtd S1.00 Table d'hote dinner dally at Copper Queen Hotel. 256. typhoid disease." Dr. For said that the decrease in typhoid meant a saving of over J50,0&0 to the citi zens of Globe.-r-Dally Globe. Joseph Allred. of Thatcher, has re ceived notice that he is one of the several heirs to an estate In Eng land valued at hundreds ot millions of dollars. The property to be di vided Is that accruing from tho es tate of Lord Calvert, who received a land grant from the klne of Eng land during the colonial period. At erali of tho regents were not able to intend. One of them, Capt. J. H. Grenway ls now en route to Europe. Mr. Moore saya that the prelim inary work of Dr. WiWe the new president of the university. Is al ready bearing fruit and it is be I lleved his policies will develop a prosperity sucn as the institution never before experienced. Much ls boing done for the betterment of the school, not only in point of curric ulum but In tho school plan and m widening the influence of the um versity. Ono new project is tho beginning of practical work In the study cA dry farming In Yavapai county. The Santa Fe railroad company has pledged the university a gift of 51,000 per year for two years, the city of Prescott a like amount and tho university hores to secure ?2"0 per annum for two years through the board of control, for practical exper imenting. The city of Prescott, through the chamber of commerce, at a recent banquet held in Pres cott also donated to the unherslty a pair of Iron gates to be, erected at the entrance of the boulevard to the university campus. The university administration be-' ,orae Int0 c,oser acanalta"ce with torneys have been trying for many I nZ t , ,"," I of the territory. Umlted ?! to secure the property for the Intr nnf1f?oTf et e rolno nf wll I chosen advertising for purposes of l""- . Jato in the publicity, has recently placed orders for space In various newspapers of tho territory and hopes thereby to The Ri&ht Route East Route ot the Golden State Limited EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 -; FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST SUMMER FARES FROM BISBEE TO TO KANSAS CITY 551.0 NEV YORK $9G.25 ST. LOUIS ..$60.05 BOSTON $104X5 CHICAGO ....$66.05 BALTIMORE 584.95 DENVER .'. W20 WASHINGTON $84.95 CLOUDCROFT $14.80 Reduced Rates to all principal Eastern and Northern -Summer Resorts. Call at ticket office for any infor mation desired, or address EUGENE FOX, Gen.Passl Agt, El Paso Texas. aturday Evening Tost for the Issues of August 12 and 2G, in the expecta tion that students unablo to pur sue connected work elsewhere may te able to do It in the climatic con ditions of Arizona. In college towns many permanent residents come at first merely to provide a homo for their children ! while they pursue the college courie I expecting later to go elsewhere But I the university with the other Jocar (attractions lead to permanent resi- jdence. Arizona may anticipate that students who come to tho university from outside tho territory and find satisfactory work in the Institution iWllI become advertising factors of the first Importance In their homes and will Induce some of their friends ;to locate here. Tbe university ls now endeavor 'ing to co-operate as much as possi ble with local chambers of commerce I or boards of trade to supplement ( their work in inducing families to come to Arlicss. In the past week addresses, new to those offices, have teen given to the chamber of com merce of Prescott and the board of trade at Phoenix. The university relieves that the most desirable set tlers are those who nave speciaf' re gard for the educational advantage o$ea to their cW14re: t rightful owners, and It Is only re cently that their efforts have been successful. Jt is estimated that each heir will receive at least two mil lion dollars as his or her share Graham Guardian. Robert Burns, dry farmer or the Lucky Star mine, arrived from his ranch yesterday and states that with the assistance ot copious rains that have fallen during tbe week, he ls assured of a big crop of hay, grain and vegetables. What the results would havo been if storms had not come to his rescue, ls problematical He," lost all last year's crop through hall storms and is anticipating a recurrence of this, danger. He has been fanning on that place ofr five years, and during last summer had his entire crop destroyed and sev eral hundred head of poultry downed by cloudbursts: Prescott Journal Miner. An order has Just been received from the postoffice department to commence the construction ot a new postoffice for Kingman. The building Is to bo modern in every particular and designed for rural free delivery of mails, a postal saving bank, a department for mall separation and forwarding to the various camp of all mails nsade up and sent from this office to the camps throughout the various districts cf the county.) 1 1 MONKEY CAGE FOR LOCKUP. ) MOUND PARK. Ind.. July 31. -Justice henceforth is to be dispensed fjom a tent at Mound Park, and bffenders against tho law will oe temporarily Incarcerated In a mon key cage, whose simian inhabitants have all died. L. M. Post, the local magistrate, has established his headquarters In the city park, erecting a tent near tha monkey cage While in con finement prisoners would be subject to tho gazo of all park visitors. The fe policeman Is now eagerly look- 1B for a lawbreaker wreraaM Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches; due to constipation. Best for men, women and children : young and old. To get its beneficial effects, always note the name of the Company, It will have general delivery win-1 u . ' Mone ?LAeJ lDi0", p04?13 plainly printed on the saving ba-Bk wladow, private office 5 4. z t for pofttHrteter. and every modern fOm Ol ? P3CK3C appllaace and improvement, that It -4Ua tlamlinB ! powIWo-Vd pet in Mohavo Xlaer.J iH VSnUJIiV I I Special Prices For a Few Days Only on Brooches, Necklace. Watch Chains, Fobs, Bolt Pins, Beau, ty Pins. Cuff Button. Ear Screws, Studs. Cut Glass, Hollow Sllvorwear. Clocks, Bread Trays, Tollftt Sets, Manicuro Sts, Back Combs, Uarrettfl, Military Brushes. 381-3 nor cent off on Hand Painted China. Fine ai&ortraeiit. L. L. GILMAN MA$PS I. o THE PROGRESSIVE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The A. B. C. of Independence One A ere One B ee One C ow Spells Independence in San Diego's back country. If a skeptic, write, telegraph or call on GEO. E. BUXTON, 1550 X) Street, Corner 7th. San Diego, California CF ge; Go to the UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA YOUR OWN UNIVERSITY. Make friends among the oung people of ARIZONA. Get compe tent instruction at low cost. ?200-J25o a year pays board, room and special fees IT IS UNNECESSARY TO GO EITHER EAST OR WEST FOR A GOOD EDUCATION General Collegiate Work. Preparatory Woik, Agriculture, 4-yoar and 2-year Courses. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Mining En gineering; Metallurgy and Mechanic Arts. Beautiful Campus. All the University on One Campus giving breadth, economy, and efficiency. Address THE UNIVERSITY, TUCSON, ARIZONA. " Hotel Twain, 513-519 W. SEVENTH STREET 5 Tourist and commercial patronage Los Angeles, California solicited. Nicely rurnlshed, modern, all outside rooms, with or without balh. Transient, 75c per day up. Weekly rates: 3 to $10. Hotel near shopping and amusement district. Electric cars from all deoots direct to hotel. W. L. Graham, Prop. Bisbee Lvmbcr Company, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OREGON AND TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, DOORS AND SASHES OF ALL KINDS, UIN1NO TIMOERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY. TELEPHONE L125 EMIL MARKS, Manxstr. Do not swelter over a red hot stove. Get a Hotpoint iron and save use less trouble and worry &gff Jftf' o n, Use it on the porch-j-in any room in the house anywhere any time. Simply, turn the switch and your iron is ready in a few minutes. We can easily tell you numerous reasons why you will find it to your advantage to use a Hotpoint. tT' Sold on trial. Guaranteed two -"ears. Price $4.50 Drop in and see us about one. Bisbee Improvement Co. Telephone 197. " Mil ADVERTISING CLUBS. BOSTON, Mass, July 31. Every thing ls In readiness for the opening here tomorrow of what promises to be the largest and most successful convention ever held by the Associ ated Advertising clubs of America. The convention wli last four days. QUEBEC TENNIS. MONTREAL, QueCJuly 31.ho annual tennis tournament for tho championships of the Province of Quebec began on the courts of tho Mount Royal club today and will continue through the greater part of tho Teek. r r, "V. ft "5f s fen "" v vl M .St 0x s! - si Stfil VI ! M-A.