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THE BISBEE DAiLV REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1917.
HUNDREDS OF YOUN'G Reports Regarding 'Peace Officers Are 'COPPER QUEEN AND
TO RIDEIN PARADE I
Big Automobile Pageant Ar-j
ranged For Tonight To Ad-
vertise Chautauqua Week,!
Which WiU Start Here On
A :i on I
With hundreds of automobiles, two
bands, the new fire apparatus and a
squad of motorcycles in line, the Chau
tauqua parade will be held tonight
throush the streets of Bisbee and
Lowell. The parade w!il be made up
at six o'clock this evening in front
of the Y. W. C. A. and at 6:30 with
Grand Marshal J. A. Kenipton in the
lead, the calvalcade will proceed ovtr
Clauson Hill to Main streot, down
Main street to Brewery Gulch, up
Brewery Gulch and back again to Naco
Road and thence oil d'own t.- the
bridge below Lowell.
The parade will be held for purpose
of showing the citizens of the Warren
District that the Chautauqua Associa
tion is determined to make Chautau
qua week, which will start Apr;!
a big success. The numbers of tre
Chautauqua program range from lec
tures by some of the nation's mot-: fa-
City Water Denied
By Health Officers
After an exnaustive inspection
of the Bisbee-Naco Water Com
pany's system, which lias iieen
conducted during the iast lew
weeks, city and jaunty htakii of
ficers announced last night that
they had discovered the b'jurte of
the contamination of water being
delivered to the city and that this
would be immediately eradicated.
Reports that the bodies of several
animals and humans had been
found in the well at Naco were
characterized .by the health ofli
cers as "absolutely false and ut
tcily idiotic." Dr. liereiidcen,
city health officer, declared there
was no serious d inner to ue feared
from drinking the city water, but
advised that it be foiled bi fore
use for domestic purposes as a
measure of extra precaution.
! night aifd help make the parade a Mg
It has -been definitely decided that
I the Ciiautauqua will be held on tha
grounds of the Central school. Fol
lowing is the time set lor the diff'Mvn"
! programs during each of the sc .
! days the Chautauqua will be here:
Scarce In Galumbus1
The quaint little town of Colum
bus. N. M.. holds the record of now
being tne most peaceable town
along the bolder, according to a
telegram received yesterday by
Deputy Sheriff lied Cannon. Red
wired t'j Columbus peace olticers
asking information regarding a fu
gitive from justice who was be
lieved to have lied to the New Mex
ican city. Yesterday afternoon
he received this telegram liom
"No sherifls here. Chief of
police in jail. Constable in court
But, in spite oi the absence of
peace officers from Columbus, no
outbreak of crime has been re
ported from there.
C- & A. WILL CLASH
AT WARREN TODAY
Physician to Speak General Benjamin
At "Y" Tomorrow Hill Declares He
! Favors the Allies
WIERD SUICIDE NOTE
Future and Former Big Leag
uers Will Settle Dispute
Over Supremacy This Aft
ernoon; Cole Tigers and
This Afternoon; C. & A. and Copper
Tomorrow Afternoon; Copper Queen
and Cote Tigers.
A baseball game that will be. figur
atively, a clash between the past and
the future will be played at Warren
Park this afternoon when the C. & A.
and Copper Queen mines will tangle.
. I up l . A.- A. is composed mainly of
speedy players who seem to be future
big leaguers. Tans who are backing
I the C. & A. claim that their favorites
I will prove that baseball as she is
played nowadays is different from
Judge Lockwood. f the superior baseball of yesterday. And the Cop
court, is reported to be seriously ill
at his home in Tombstone. He be-
I The Association Orchestra will give
j a concert at the Y. M. C. A. at 4 p. in.
tomorrow. Following this recital the
, Fellowship Bible Study Club will hold
; its session.
I Dr. 'Sowker. who was to have ad
' dressi d the club last Sunday but was
, nofaole to do so. will speak tomor
row. The lecture will be for men on
i ly and the doctor will probably be
gr'eted by a large audience. All men
'hether members of th association.
r not are extended an invitation to
i PROMINENT JURIST
IS SERIOUSLY ILL
BIBLE STUDENT OATH
According to a telegiam received
yesterday by Mexican Consul An
gel Casnrip. Jr., Irom General
Benjamin Hill, the hitter's person
al feeli:r;s in the bi 4 war are in
favor of the allies. General Hill,
who was military commander ;it
Naco when that town was be
seiged in 1911 by Maytorenu. also
declared in the telegram that re
pVirts that he had participated in
meeting:; with General Obregon.
Minister Zubaran anil the German
ambassador at Mexico City v.ere
untrue. He sta'ed that he had
Man Whose Name Is Signed
To It Is Found, Very Much
Alive, And Unaware of
Who Wrote It; Officers
' iter Oueeu suiiixirters are iust as run-
I fident that their former big-leaguers
came sick Wednesday during the sit- will prove that they are still
TTifmu men i "Piinph anH Tiidv liritvl !
r-,. i,... ,.,;,.;., .i ! ernoon
entertainer on the program w as s;t:nd i
up by the Ellison-White people only i
after each had proven to the nest in i
his or her line of work. i
Members of the auto parade cii;:- j
mittee want every young woman in
Bisbee to ride in the parade toni-ht. :
and scores of the fair sex have alie-dy j
arranged f'jr seats in the machines.
that have been donated for the event.
There are still plenty of seats not
spoken for. however, and the local peo
ple who are backing up the Chautau
qua will look on it as a personal raor
if the younger members of the gentler
sex will turn out in large numbers :o-
Morning hour lecture. 10:1'0 a. m.; alt-
concert. 2:150 p. m.:af'eriioon
lecture, 3:00 p. ni.: Children's hour,
4:00 p. 111.; evening conc( rt, 7:r,o p.
111.; evening leifure, 8:15 p. m. Ad
mission to the morning lectures will
be 25 cents, and to the afternoon and
evenings programs, fi'jm 50 cents to
$1. Season tickets, however, en'.itling
admission to every program during the
seven days' Chautauqua, are on sale
at $2.50. These are exchangeable
among members of the family of the
ting of the court which was adjourned
and the jurist went home a.iu ha--since
been confined to his bed.
HALL WINS AT FENCING
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NEW YORK. April 20. In the na-
tional tournament of the Fencers' j
League of America, concluded here j
today, the foils title was won by j
Sheinian H. Hall of the New York !
Athletic Club, who took three straight 1
bouts in the final. The " duelling j
swords title went to Leon Nunes of !
t'.'p same ciub with the same score. 1
i Arthur S. Lyons of the Fencers' Club
of New York was awarded the second
! aft. r tying with Hi'.ll. the for-
mer having the lesser number of
' 'o.:ches scored against liini.
in fifteen minutes!
(.Report No. 5
One Friday last Win
ter, I purposely went
home early. I found
my wife at the piano.
She asked me if I still
wanted the Sally Lunns
"Yes," I armvered.
I had gone home es
pecially to get posted
"All right'she said.
"Come along. Watch
and you may learn how
to do it yourself."
the man ivho timed them
i r wr i i . 1
ancau. n ouu mo crus:
be crisp? That's the
repj test of Sally Lunns
Of course I don't remem
ber all my 'wife did. But
1 do know that she used one
third less Cottolene than we
usually use of butter.
She was pleased to see how
easily the Cottolene mixed
with the flour. I fidgeted and
She took them out of the
oven in fifteen minutes. I
had been timing Cottolene.
The Sally Lunns were
so!utc!v lirrht and dcliciou:
1 wish you had rcci their
tempting golden ;! ;r ! Ar.l
crisp doesn't begin to dccriba
the crust. It's something you
would have to tz;:e to really
If you have never tasted
Sally Lunn muffins made with
wholesome Cottolene, tsks
my advice do.
From H. T. H.
FREE! Cook honk containing
239 recipes by famous cooks sent
free. Write to The N. K. Fair
bank Company, 111 West Wash
ington Street, Chicago, III.
"Makes Good Cooking Better'
Yes Cottolene im also superior
for l.-ying and for all cake -making
At grocers in tins
of convenient sues
sprit lit Iy and full of pep as ever.
Weather Looks Good
Dm ins: the last w eek both teams
hnve practiced hard, and whatever
j roueh spots may have originally ap
j peared in the line-ups hr.ve been worn
loPf. leaving each bunch reaiy to dive
in and put 'tp a grand battle for the
I lone end of the score th's afternoon.
Capt-tin Gait,-of the ('. - A. pang, is
dead set on winning the pennant this
year, and says that the fact that his
team was defeated by th; Junction-I-ripjrs
crowd last Sunday c es not
indicate that it will bow drrvn to the
i Queen bunch. The C. Q. ngsresation
is not saying much, but is sawing
away and also preparing to cop off
Sereno Ppotts. ofliual weather man
for the local !-r-"iif announced last
pig'it that he 'lid not see any hijsh
wind, like that of last Sunday, room
ing around in thes parts, and. with
clear weather prevailing this after-
) noon should provf an ideal one for a
game. The gam-? will he called M
i 4:30 o'clock, in order that the boys on
the day shifts have plenty of time to
et to the park before the game starts
The Co'.e Timers will be released
j from their cages tomorrow afternoon
i and exhibited to the local pu'ulie for
the titst time this season, wlt'iii'iarv
1 to playing the Copper Queen nine M
! 2: :!i) o'clock. Manager Kline has been
working out the Tigris lor weeks.
! feeding them nothing but raw meat
and other eats calculated to make
I them go out for blood. The Tineis
! already have had he glorv of wallop
j ini the Kieventh and Kif.hteenth in-
lantry teams ironi l amp iiarry j. j
I Joii"fs. The arniv hoys ctaim the Tig
! ers are the heavie.-t hitting crowd of
1 ball p'ayers ever sluppe 1 to lJougias i
I from the Warren liwrict. Th, TU- I
ers' pitching foive. Kvaiu. l'.rinkley
'and Graves, is hiding good and lu:s
I also proven to lit? tilled with speed.
curves and good headwr.'k.
The directors of tin l-ague aro do
ing everything in 'heir power to nrvio
the games this seison clean h:i1 fast
and have laid down a rule that any
player attempting l "intiniidate" an
umpire will be n ii pr r shown l:o
:'. K vay oh' '!' d:a:i'ond. The
'. & A. team wH! leave tl-is city at
1(i::',0 tomorrow r i.r ; 1-r Douglas,
where it will das'- i tl'e Kle. eiitl.
met the ambassador only hil-.
tending official receptions in
ENLISTING IN ARMY SHIPPERS PROTEST
. R, K, RATE RAISE
San Franciscan Shows Globe
Slackers Who Refused To
Give Military Census Were
"Putting One Over."
(By Keview Leased Wire).
SAN KKAXC1SCO. April 2". Mem
bers of the International I'.ihle Stu
dents' Association are not under oath
either oral or written to refuse to ac- i protested against
(Continued From Fane One)
cept military service, according to C.
W. Gerdes, San Francisco elder of
the organization. Elder Gerdes made
this announcement relative to the ar
rest and imprisonment in Globe. Ari
zona, yesterday, of I.. II. Watters and
John Stewart, members of the associa
tion. following their refusal to give
information to state military enroll
ing officers on the pleas that they
were under oath not to paiticipate in
Elder Gerdes is employed in the
commissary department of the army
here. There are approximately 50.000
male members of the organization in
the I'nited States, he said.
roads needed more r-enue while oth
ers did not. and that there was no
need of permitting increases on roads
to which they were not essential.
Favors Standard Oil?
Independent petroleum interests
the proposed in
creases in the group that they would
give the Standard and other big oil
j (ompanies owning pipe lines an un
fair advantage over concerns obliged
j to ship in tank cars.
I Representatives of several comnier
l cial and shipping associations follow-
ed this testimony with a request for
a complete investigation.
"I am dead for good. I am in this
tunnel so I have gone to Hell John
This note, found on the railroad
rack below Sacramento 1 1 1 1 Thurs
day afternoon, is the basis for a mys
i tery that peace officers have been un
, able, so far. to solve. The note was
found by an employe of the Copper
Queen and turned over to the police.
Kei Gannon. J. A. Kenipton and ("has.
I'itihy started an immediate investi
gation. A tunnel near the spot where
the note was found, was searched. At
I the end of it the officers discovered
a mass of between 4 and 30 tons of
ruck. The rock appeared to have rav
ed in by accident and no effort was
made yesterday to see if a body was
under it. as the officers doubted the
authenticity of the note.
Yesterday the officers located one
John McCardle. who appeared very
much rlive. Mi-Card! srated that
peitht-r he nor his brother, also living
here, contemplated suicide ?nd had
no iiha who had written the note. AH
effoits to find word of any other John
McCardle here were without success
yesterday. It is believed the note.
whUh was written on the back of a
theatre ticket envelope, was either
the work of some hoys or was written
by some friend of McCardle's as a
MILK AND BABIES
TO BE DISCUSSED
Baggage and Transfer
Bisbee to Douglas
I am on the road hauling anything there is to be hauled.
Leave Douglas. Arizona, at 6 o'clock in the morning and leave
Bisoee at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Leave orders at Victoria
Hotel, Phone 54.
NO TRIPS SUNDAY.
B. T. McGINNISS.
Local Clubs United For Friday
To Hear City Bacteriologist
Lecture Upon Better Milk.
The matter of milk. bet;er milk par
ticularly for th babies, will be dis
cussed by' City Uacteriolog:.-1 R. F.
Purfee before the members of the Civ
ics League. April 4. at the Tv.eiuietli
Century Club rooms in the V. M. C.
A. building. The inepiing will begin
at 2 p. ni. This is the second follow- ,
up meeting since til lietter Cables
contest, given under tha auspices of
the Twentieth CenMiry Cub and is
expected to draw nit many women.
Every woman in the Distiiet is invit
ed to attend, particularly those whose
babies were entered in the recent con- j
Following the l .':if J. ther will be
an open discussion !n which Irr. !ut
fee w ill answ er (iip'st cn put by the
Dr. C. F. Hawley addressed the
women Tuesday upon I'.etter Hahies.
CHOICE MILK VEAL 25c a pound
CHOICE CUTS KANSAS CITY MEATS.
LIVE AND DRESSED HENS
Phone 324, Brewery Gulch Across City Park
Copper Mining Co.
OFFERS LIMITED AMOUNT OF TREASURY STOCK AT
We Have The Ore
Quantities, tons of it in sight A mountain of wcr.ltn. Sounds good Looks bet
ter. Machinery ordered and over 1000 ft. of development already rccomp!i?hed. You've
bought paper in prospects. Now buy some stock in a MINE. 275 acres of highly min
eralized ground. ORE uncovered in numerous places. Actual assays 3 per cent to 40
per cent. It's better to have our stock than to later wi.vh you bad.
Don t say you ve never had a chance.
Mail orders to 1 . II. Gray. Secretary. Box Gtti. Jerome, Arizona, or See l ied O.
Grain. Representative, Copncr Qnceu Hotel. Bishec.
PLANS ARE OPPOSED
(Continued From Page One)
now earn the eight percent prolit ex
empted under the present law.
A flat war tax of thiee percent or
ntoie on the net profits of all corpor
ations is being suggested by oppo
nents of the proposed excess profits
tax increase. The question of making
both proposed increased income and
excess prolits taxes retroactive was
discussed at length ly the committee
without final decision being reached,
liclicf prevails generally in the com
mittee that the income exemption
should be lowered, it was said, and
it is probable that the secretary's sug
gi stion of a Jl.riOU exemption for sin
gle persons and J.'oo for married
ones will hi- atlopted.
Another meeting f the committee
probably will be held next week.
WILL BE DIVERTED
TO SUPPLY ALLIES
Meeting of Railway and
Steamship Men Will Be
Held At Washington Mon
day To Draft Final Plans.
(lly Keview Leased Wire).
VOTED BY SENATE
(Continued from ncge one.)
A substitute for the whoie ilat'-e. stti'
mitted by Senator Cummins of P..
was rejected, til to "4. Senator ( tint
mills, who insisted that the clause r
tainetl was unconstitutional uinpiKed
that the President be niitbori. i! f
prescribe regulations which would tin'
abridge Ireedolit of speech or th p;rss
but would probihit pitblicat.'.in ol ac
tual military operations, not im Itnlin r
n'lidition ol the aimed lim. and
! WASHINGTON. April IM). Iliads
j of railroad-owned and other coast-
w ise steamship lines have been ask
j ed to come to Washington Monday for
la confeience with the council of na
tional defense on n proposal to divert
I a large number of vessels from the
coastwise trade to the trans-Atlantic
In further announcement of its pol
icy of putting every available ship to
transporting supplies to the allies the
government has asked the railroads
I to so re-arrante their schedules anil
I facilities as to permit the earliest pos
sible release of their vessels.
The proposition of increasing the
construction of steel merchant ships
. in addition to the wooden fleet was
i t"vcn up today by the cabinet. Sec
i tetary Daniels said he hail not decid
; ed whether to postpone naval con
i struction so that men bant vessels
can be built instead, but that is un
Government beads are loath to let
'merchant construction lag even fur
naval building, for at tl ml of the
'war. they rcaliz the country will
need evety vessel it owns if it would
keen the pace that will be set by oth
er nations tor loreign trade.
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SPECIAL f OR SATURDAY ONLY,
FANCY BREAKFAST BACON 30c per pound
by the slab.
PURE KETTLED RENDERED LARD 23c per
pound any quantity.
This is your chance to save money when prices
are advancing every day.
Men's 75c and $1.C0 Neckwear
AL KOBEY SHOE & TAILORING
Opp. Eagle Theatr .;
YES! We carry a complete line of
jjf gent's shoes, furnishings and hats.