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MAR KB rs NEW YORK CITY E'ectrolytla 15JM6.80 Silver It 1-4 j VOL. 17, NO. 249 BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1915 : , ifik. : MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE FIVE CENTS THIS GERMAN DOG (JETS IRON CROSS Attorney General Gregoiy ins-1 truots United States Attorney! to Institute Libel Proceedings 1 Against Steamer. j BOAT CAN BE HELD FOR FURTHER HEARING This Wilt Be the First Trial of Government's Rights under MADE ON1 THE WHEN PENNSYLVANIA, GIANT OF NAVAL GIANTS, WAS LAUNCHED; NEWEST BATTLESHIP TO BE WORLD'S BIGGEST WHEN COMPLETED 'Tell" and his iron cross. Heroic and praiseworthy service in the German army is rewarded no matter whether the performer is a Congressional ReSOlUtiOil Pa-i pi rate, a corporal, a general or -Jn-t c uf., a i n ordinary doe of the kaiser's au oumic rvucua Hyu. WASHINGTON. Mer. 23.- Attorney Qencral Gregory instructed the Unit ed States District Attorney at Porto Rico to Institute libel proceedings against the German steamer Odenwald which attempted, Sunday, to leave Ban Juan harbor without clearance papers. Under these proceedings the Teasel may be held in custody of the marshal! pending a settlement of the question whether she shall be forfeit ed to the United States under the re-, cettt Joint resolution providing for ; penalties in such cases. While the Department of Justice i j considering .the legal phases of the I Odenwald cum, the treasury officials I fore them a report from San .fear was felt that the Od-i afwaltf and another Hamburg-A iaert Msa, slip tie and dash for the sea. Daniels, when informed of the sit- j nation, and after a conference with , the president, instructed Admiral I - Fletcher at Guantanamo, to dispatch I two deetroyers to San Juan. The! coast guard service has ordered the I cutter Algonquin, now cruising in the West Indies, to steam at once to that ' port Attorney-General Gregory', action "camne co.ps." "Tell" is tne nro dog in the German army to be award ed the iron cross. The service for which he has been so signally hon ored was the saving of an entire tioop of German soldiers from a Russian ambuscade towards which thty were proceeding. Tell discover ed one of the Russians in hiding and at once pave the alarm. WHHan nnuutui'Aiici i' .aright vMff tstm.'ot Hn.t past the guna of Moro Cas- OVERNQR HT1 VETOES RACING ILL Hi OTHERS Pari-Mutual Bill Is Vetoed When About Five Hundred Petition Governor; Overdraft ure By Sims Dies. Comittee From Commercial Club Sends Telegrams and Letters to Governor and Scrotal cf Live Stock Sanitary Boarc!. DESIRE STRINGENT ORDER REDUCED IN ITS TERMS Invetigation Discloses Tl;at Ad-! joining States Are Not raking j Such Radical Steps to Pre- vent Stock Disease. j The report of the.Bpectal committee of the Warren District C'.omtnerH ii Club, appointed to InvestUite "ip i - i . local conditions a effected by tn ( live stock and feed embargo, nut, j made yesterday and the Oo-.froor and I i the Secretary of the utve Btoi i ai.i-' jtary Board communicated wi'.h I' In ' results of the communication,,, wlm 1: are In the form ot protests, should bi-, known In several days. 1 ; The committee, conriatlng of '. C. j Campbell, L. J. Overlook and II W. ! Beddow, spent yesterday inoriun in . estigatlng the matter. Yetcrda i fternoon t'.ie report wan formulated, 1 telegrams were sent, on.- i- nit1 governor, one to Sam Bridne am' later a tetter was sent to aac'i of dm olticials. The telegrams follow: , ntsbee, March 23rd. 1915. Hon. Geo. W. P. Hunt, Phoenix, rlsona ' Only enoiuii aralB) la JirUiijiit le mine threVea uimRt .-1!hcs B ; Five Articles, Bearing on the De mands Made on China, Agreed to By Prime Minister of the Chinese Republic. 'JAPS MAKE CONCESSIONS ! FROM ORIGINAL DEMANDS South Manchuria Is Praefrcafly ! Placed in Control of Japan; More Jap Soldiers Arrive Ifl 1 Tsian. ' Scenes at launching of Pennsylvania at Newport News. Ship sliding down the ways; Miss Elizabeth Koll) hold ing bottle she broke on Its prow: party on launching stand, including Governor Stuart of Virginia (left), Secretary Daneils and Miss Kolb (extreme right). These pictures were taken at Newport News. Va., at the launching last Tuesday of the new I altleship Pennsylvania. This newest American dreadnought is the largest battleship afloat and beats the (Jucen Eliza beth, the biggest ship of the British navy, by nearly 4,000 in tonnage. The Pennsylvania was christened by Miss Elizabeth Koib. Famine Arizona is the only, Hate proniblihr-' graip" imports. California quarantin-- and is free from disease.- We earnest MCflS- 1" nrge permitting entrance into Ari zona of California home grown wheat. ! oatet, barley, corn and chicken .feeds wrnnn m iw it uuut u nu liiav AHA ,.yy nun SERIOUS Ein is i- OH 08JECT1V CHARGE THE ROSS h i uuid h i-k i. ura mum F I , -WAR Ml IANS:SISALiMPORTERS I'KKIN. Mar. 23. Five artljlea 1 aring on the Japanese demands OS China are announced as sgreeaV Qfxm by the Chinese foreign minister, Lu Clung-Hslang, and Eki Ktoki, the Jap anese minister, at n conference heifi , in the Japanese legation yesterday. All the articles concern Manchuria, China agreed to the following: ' I Japanese government's consent to , be obtained whenever permission t the subject of a third power to build I i iwmvati, ui wiirn m iuvjj t owi9 with a third power for the build tag of a railroad In South Manchuria. Hie Japanese government's cmjent t$ 'Odiih uenire a loan mn; la third power Involving tb Hedgli the Chinese govermnent. in Manchuria, employs advisors or' te st ructors for political, financial or military purposes, the Japaneae gov ernment is the first to be consulted. The transfer of the Kirln Chang Chun PHOENiX. March 23. Governor Hunt today vetoed the race commis sion and Pari-Mutuel betting bill. During the day petitions containing over BOO signatures, were filed pru- tulU. mIi V. ...u.l ,.f , m '"",t,uu i"f. """""proposed law and there U no doubt ment to undertake the confiscation of , guc1l ,be KOVernor i0 the Odenwald by due process of aw 1 cfaaoKe bl, mhtd aboul worWuiE a )e.. in the durtrlet conrt for Porto Hico, I ,on ,n tbe UM of the retei.ellljllm ,tn. attracted much attention in official tote whlckl h9 yel,terday, cdnaidered diplomatic circles. It Is the first def-1 dolBg Dut ,n ,u plnee luie,, hu vet0 inite action h?sun by the admmlstra- messsxe as an opportunity to call it tlon nrtier the new congressional au anton to the advantaces of the in- It to explained tonigbt the owners ; cates of the bill that such an oppor Otherwise great distress here. Let ! Negroes Sentenced By Judge', Garrison at Przemysl Was Much! Daniels Grants Use of American railroad to Japanese control for -nine ter follows. WARBBN DISTRICT CO MM EH. CIAL CLUB. By Committee. Sam Bardner, Secretary Live Stock 8anttary Bureau, Phoenix, Arizona. Not enough grain is obtainable in L Btsbee to last more than two weeks. Famine theatens. California quaran tines and seems free from disease. We earnestly urge exemption of Cali fornia home grown wheat, oats, bar, Icy, corn and chicken feeds. Arizona Lockwood; McCool Also Gets the Limit With the Promise of Further Prosecution. Larger Than at First Thought; Will t Attempt to Crush Austri ans in South. itlatuc. He suggested to th auvo-1 tolK,rtg itre theatens district soon. Letter follows. ot the snip might give bond and se- tnnlty wa before ihetu. In this way 1 cre bar release from custody pending all of the people would have an on ttw disposition of the case In court, althongh It is not likely such a course will be followed. The officials are portunky to express their opnion. Ue also pointed out, in bis meaaage. that It haa been called to his at ton- wait tng further information . before tlon that the whole tendency of th taking any action under the criminal sections of the neutrality resolution, tor the violation of which tbe owners er Boater of the Odenwald might be state In recent years had been towards the discouragement and prohlbltng of gambling and other forma of vice, and that iropoaed law would constitute a subjected to a fine and imprisonment. . step backward. Conditions in New York are such ! (n this connection It Is Interesting ItaU Capt. Bf rtholf, commandant of to recall the fact that Governor Hunt 4lg coast guard service, conferred Introduced the bill which, although . nrlth Collector of Customs Malone changed ffiatertolly by the legislature about the possible measures that may j abolished public gambling In Arizona tk taken to keep a stricter watch on some years ago. The governor also vetoed the Sim prohibition overdrafts, and called nt- lentlon to the fact that at the preaen. the statute provided a more severe Mltgoteg ships. ATTACHE IS RECALLED WASHINGTON, March 23. Seer- penalty for violations of the lajv.thsiv isry Qarriaon would not discuss tbu did the pioposed new bill, nana for the recall of Major General The Stanley bill 1 raiting' the tx T. IxAfborne, mllitarv attache of the I penses of state olticials to four dot American embassy in Berlin. T:ie lars per diem while traveling was major, be said, will be assigned to the ! also vetoed. The governor pointed war college. Iangborne it has bet n ' out that the provision in the bill pro reported. brought important dutu rc-Jhibltlng the purchase of automobiles tatteg to tbe Herman y military organ-1 or any other eonveyancea by an tsmttm which could not be trusted to , state omc'al except from funds spe lettera or diapalchfs. He maintainel .'clflcally appropriated by the loglsk a strict retioence. War department '. ture for such expenditure would pre otflciala gavn aaawances the recall in vent the state engineer' department the midst of war was no means to his ' from obtaining such wagons as might discredit, Ainhaasador Von Bcrnatorrr : be absolutely necessary to the carry of Oarmanv axpreused conaueranie tag on ot tiluliway construction sniaaninnl (rcr the incident. WAKEN DISTRICT COMMER CIAL CLUB. Uy Committee. The lottery setting forth tbe findings of the committee, to Sam Bardner fol lows, it la self explanatory. Blabee. Arizona, March 23rd 1916. Hon. Sam Bardner, Live Stock Santlary Board, Phoenix, Arizona. Dear Sir: Following further upon our tele gram Of this date relative to the em bargo on grain and its serious effect upon this districa we woutd state: A special meeting of the directors of the Commercial Club was held mat ulght and a committee of three named to investigate conditions in thlsdls- 1 trlct in connection with supplies ot ! grain on hand and obtainable and quarantine restrictions of California, Texas and New Mexico with power to act In the premises. Invetigation today shows that there is not on hand euough ofmost grains to last two weeks and no likelihood of being able to bring a supply of1 such grains from other parts of the' TOMBSTONE, Mar. 23.- With im pressive solemnity and before a crowd of morbidly curious spectators whtch gathered in tbe courtroom-. Judge A. C. Lockwood this morning; pronounced the death sentence on ' Ben Merriwether and Charles Dingle, the tw0 negro troopers who, on Son day morning were found guilty of tbe murder of Armando Hernandez and were .sentenced to death by a jury of 12 "good men and true." Judge Lockwood set the date or ex ecution for Friday, June 4. Tha men will be hanged In tbe state peniten tiary at Florence, for which place they left this morning in charge of a depu ty sheriff. Neither prisoner responded when asked if he knew ot any reason why sentence should not be pronounced on him, nor did either one lose bis nerve when tbe sentence was pro nounced, though the faces of both were very grave aa Judge Lockwood, In solemn tones, uttered the fateful yords: "And I decree that on June 4th you shall hang by tbe neck until dead, dead, dead, and may tiod have mercy on your souls." MeCeoi is Sentenced. Harry Mi Cool, the Bisbee murderer, was bentemed to serve in the peni tentiary from nine to ten years by Judge Lockwood, who slated that he could not heed the recommendation of tbe Jury for a short sentenre. He Boat tO Take Money tO PrOU- , years. The fifth of the articles, pro- reso for the Use of Sisal Grow-' p081 by ChlI,a' p"1 for contm ore in Yur-nlnn "Bace of BUrh trMt,es " r no1 f' u& in mtcuaii. fectcd by the present treaty. The Japanese hare conceded tlv WASHIMJTON. March it:'. An Am-' Point of separate discussion regarding erican vtaiship will take to Yucatan East Mongolia and South ManchUriu mouey t finance the movement of which were combined in their list ot Mexico's sisal hemp crop needed to demands. In tbe Manchuria grow make twice for binding the enormous immigration and land ownership wheat ciop made bv farmers n tire clauses are not yet settled but defi- Unlted States this year. The money nite progress has been made. This Is 625,000 in currency, which the' Is the case also, in respect to mining manufacturers dispose to advance to rentals. the hemp growers. It i In bank vaults The Japanese government has Stett in Galveiton hut until today no saf nitely withdrawn what is known as means of gettng It to Mextco had bee a "article 3 of the fifth group," naflUdy, found. ' s demand for joint police adtnlnislra- Iteports indicated thai Obregon with tlon of "Important places" throughout his force, concerning whom nothing Chtna, and also Indicated Its witting 'hail been heard for several days, ' nets, it Is announced, to withdraw reached a point forty-nine mller north one or two other articles from this of Mexko City. Oarrauia troops ; so-called general group. The Chinese' Mats morai' are said to be In the government received advices confirm trenches, expecting an attack irwn iDK the report that 600 additional Jap- Villa fortts who are about thirty-live aMge troops had arrived at Tsian, making a total of about 2,000. The were found to be suffering from typhu . Daniein agreed to permn tne use Boycotts by the Chinese on Japanese ... ..... I. a? .. . .. K ( ,n .at a k. ntimav 1 , 1 ... . . or choient and tnar won or aisin- j " " v ". - good are re port eo rrom several pose- Yucatan alter neanng a siaieraeu- M , tht) f0Uth where M iR considered by Edw. TIetdrich. Jr.. of Poorla, 11.. th CbtntM! Bre mott UMr t0 p,t pa representing alsal purchasers, who out y(d (he 0Y(,mmtlnV control. A lined the difficulties that had ! .,..,.,, Htsnstch stated that rioting LONDON, March 23. The size of the garriton at Prsemyal and the number of men who surrendered to tbe Russian greatly exceeds all ; timatea, according to Petrograd. Tito garrison, originally, consisted of 170, 000, of whom 40,000 were killed. Just under 120,000 surrendered. Owing to a blizzard which has been interfering with telegraphic service no details ot the surrender are coming through, but Lemberg reports that for seven days prlo to the fall of the fortresi the people of the town had nothing-to eat and the Russians who tool targe supplies o? provision were welcomed aa liberators. Cracow Is now tbe next objective point of the Russians. There were no engagement of in portance in reports fiom either front LJIHUUEA HUB 1 1UU1 l,f!IIIM)!lL liyii aid that Ifi.OOfi Mrsona at Pnemtal miles from that city. ........ ti i. ,.i r,- i i i . . r1,. ur; .to p':,, re; rzzzr c ? m- are doing all they can to supply the c 001 to have committed wilful mur smaller consumers, draymen, mer-j11" nd thr defense Itself bad con chants with delivery wagons and landed for nothing less than man thnu. raistnit tuiultrv. Thev have not I slaughter. Immediately after McCool "1 hone the major has all tbe fact about the Oermun army In his head," he said. IMMENSE LOSS He characterized Senator Stapley'a measure, or more particularly that feature of the law, as a "foundation less tnd startling Innovation." All 1U1h remaining in his hands other than those vetoed wore fllcl with Sectetary of State without bH disapproval, thus Permitting them, to become laws. raised prices and will not, unless forced to pay higher for a renewed stock, should the same be obtainable, which they state it will not with the embargo in force as now was" sentenced, be was rearrested on the charge of Intent to commit mur der on the person of Tom White, of Flsbee. The assault occurred at the time McCool killed two others. The committee Investigated the; Attorney Cleary, before sentence fecting the place waa being energeti cally undertaken. The Interior fort". It s said, were found Intact with h good deal of ammunition In them. Everywhere n Europe, both in belli gerent and neutral countries, the greatest of credit is given tbe Aiis triaus tor the long and stubborn re sistanoe which, greatly delayed and In terfered with the Russian campaign in other directions. With their northern lines protected by a morass into which the greater part of Poland was converted during the spring months, tbe Russians now expect to throw all their strength against the Austrian In an attempt to finally crush them. One British boat or destroyer, now in southern waters, v. ill be sent to Oaivoaton to transport the money. There la said to be some 2(0,000 bales of atsnl ready tor shipment at Progroso. t'i- port, and at Merlon, the railway ceu-i ter of Yucatan, , Since, the United States prevented Carniuw from blockading Progroso. the chic' obstacle m the way ot mo- ' lng this supply has been the scarcity of labor for shipping facilities. A . j number of ships are now awaiting ; I cargoes, however, and the labor sltna-, occurred within the foreign sattla ments Monday night. Japaneae the tre and shops were stormed. The police were en flea out and made i arrests. ITALY fORTirifg ISLAND MUCH GOLD SOLD BKftLIN, Marc h :53 A report from (Wi Dtaoea the damages ot the W to Poland and GaUcla at about; it blllio nmarks. Oallicla haa a hundred "ltles and market placos and ix tliousand village d imaged, 250 LONDON, March 23. A large sals filiates were destroyed. Eight hun of gold, 1.405,000 pounds, was .in-.ir.-d tliousand Horses and 500,000 cai , nounced by the llauk of England. It 1 1.-, all tbe grain and provisions ii in confidently believed, on tbe money OaUota were taken aay by Russians. market, to have been for America for In Poland 200 cities and POOD villages the purcias'ea of war Materials by al proclamations and subsequent orders was passed on McCool, made a plea from California, - New Mexico ana for his client and stated that he no pea Texas in the liand of the local rail- the court would not be prejudiced rwul office. With these you are un-ty tbe newspapers in passing sen- doubtedly familiar and uware that ienee The court Interrupted, and New Mexico is the nearest aproach 8ald lnal would not be the case. to a direct statement as to grain the . Vt'hn Mcnool was re-arreateil on wonls "or other products of material ,he charBe f M8ault with Intent to , tner-' calculated to carry infection." You f ,oninilt murder, Cleary remarked to alsq are aware that tnat state is ! Proncuilng Attorney Ross that he milling grain but not hay, that Texas w(u aUowlnK himgk.i to be run by the has exepted certain grains specifically Hov((.w The 8tatPment wit, innorod and nay ann straw wnen me mmr can be disinfected ana miniKuieu That Oallforoia does not speclty tlon Is Improving, according to re ports to the state department. The is exnett- ed to result in an immediate further Improvement. military critic goes so far as to stake his reputation on the prophas) that Cracow will fall within a month, tnd , Hrrlval or AlueriC8n ,.,onoy that wnen it uoes, or ueiore, Auairid will endeavor to conclude a separai i peace. He la more optimistic than t1-" majority of military critics liere, who are of the opinion the Austrian and Germans will likewise make a great effort In the southern .field and at tempt to prevent 'lie Russians from crossing the Carpanlans or reaching Cracow. A lull in the Dardanelles continues owing to unfavorable wea- NOTE NOT RBADY WASHINGTON. March 23 Tho president said the American reply t. the declaration of Ureal Britain an i LONDON. March 13 - Telegraphs from Salonika, the Daily Mall's eor responden taays: 'The Italians are fortlfymg Dodecanese Island, lar merly a Turkish poseas4o. tat ttt Aegetn Sea. with heavy calibre and numerous steamers are said b taking munfttOM there." Dodekaneae Islands, better knwp as the Islands of the WWte Sea. II off the southern part ot tbe waet coast of Asia Minor. There are principal isUnda- HOPS ABANDONED VANCOUVER, , Mgr. 23. Although hope of finding any more living among France of an embaro on commercial the debris at tbe Britannia Mine baa iy ani read v. (Caatlaued on page two) t Ross I Ntws was received today of the re- IsCirmatlon of the superior court's de ' i iMion in tho Kernieen case. Accord ingly the murderei will lie brought back to Tombstone and re-sentenced In the very near future. Charles LeBeur, of Douglas, a dope Intercourse between German: neutral countries was not vet At the same time he declined to giv-' any intimatlou of its charni'ter. It was made clear at the White House thews would be no further corrcspon tven abandoned, eei available nan i and hoy In the district workes) dea perately today to recovei i lie iwt bed les buriert In the big f-Iide. TWty one I dies were recovered up tO afOaV day ninbt and lenn than halt tltatl ilence with Germany and Oreat Hri oer were Drougni io inr suriaie . . MIL. . . 1 J . , 1 - ..... Ik. m. tift. fiend, was taken to the asylum at tain on obtaining an ugreomcnt ror t:n ( i u- ioii uca -' Phoenix this morning In the party "ranoiincement of the foodstuffs and six, of these five are women and su with Merriwether and Dingle. bubmarlUB blockade. air (-children were destroyed or damaged. lies.