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TFVIP itinii LOTS OF ACTIOX AT HAWAIIAN OFFICERS' TRAINING CA.VP ILAHO U ' H I II' Dr, A ROSE THE EISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1917. All AIR FLIGHT OVER ! LOW ROUTE Katherine Stinson Flys FVom ! San Diego to San Francisco, ryy - f7 V CLAIRVOYANT: i Establishing New Non-stop Record In the Country. (By Review Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 1L Miss Katherine Stinson, Texan aviatrix who started from San Diego at 7:31 a. m. today on a non-stop flight to San Francisco reached her destination at 4:39 p. iu. today. She was the first penvm to pilot an aeroplane over the Tehachepl mountains on a non-stop flight. The distance between San Diego and San Francisco on an airline is 461 miles. The distance Miss Stinson traveled was unofficially announced at 550 miles, which breaks the non-stop rec-1 Miss Ruth Law, who flew from Chi cago to Hornell. N. Y., a distance of 512V4 miles. Miss Law was compelled to alight at Hornell by engine trouble. It- was said officials of the Pacific j Aero club that an official check I could not possibly reduce the distance! traveled by Miss Stinson' by morej than 10 miles. Miss Stinson had been in the air ' nine hours when she alighted and, she showed the tremendous' strain"1 under which she had labored. Miss I Slinson landed at the Presidio, a mili-1 tary reservation, by special permission. I 3v ;cvXv A 1 'fat' 143 Cases Completed in the Month of September. Stand ing Challenge of $5,000 for! His Equal. The Old Reliable. GOLDEN HOTEL, Main Street, Bisbee Private Reception Room for Each Caller. ih x ivi " ri ' 7r This Wonderful Man Will TELL YOUR FULL NAME, age, occupation and whom and when you will marry, and what you called for, without asking a question; will tell the name of your sweetheart or anything you want to know. I? VP " fife ' Astral Dead Trance Spirit Medium, the VEILED , ! PROPHET, Born With a Double VeiL STANDS ALONE IN HIS MAG NIFICIENT POWER OF READ. ING THE FUTURE OF HUMANKIND. EDUCATED IN OCCULT MYS TERIES AND HINDOO PHIL OSOPHY IN EGYPT AND INDIA. NO EQUAL ON EARTHi POWER OF CONTROL. TO PROBE SPECULATION . - sv-- v.)i (By Review Leased Wire) . ! WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. Investiga-1 tors of the federal trade relations , committee left here tonight for various sections of the county to begin an in-1 quiry directed by Commissioner Victor Murdock into reported speculaU'on ir ! foodstuffs which Food Administrator! Hoover has charged with responsibil-' ity for shortage and high prices. Destinations of the various agents were kept secret and sothing concern-' ing their activities will De made! public until the commission issues sub-1 p'oenas for suspected persons. Al leged offenders will be haled suminar V lV . X 7" Students in the trenches in the plains of Lilehua (above), arrows dehotinf the flying grenades; passing along lh bombs and grenades to the front trenches. 9 The students at the Hawaiian training camp for officers are taking as strenuous a course m may be had in any of the American camps. The men have progressed so far in their training as to be busy at many of th real practices of warfare and live bombs and grenades are handled with the skill of veterans. The grenad r hurled a distance of more than 100 feet and must alight on a spot not wider than the narrowest 1ier..-K young Hawaiian officers are eager to try tneir hand at the real thing in France. ' : f 1 TENER RE-ELECTED. ! earliest possible date with the club ! owners of the American league. It 'is probable the National league mag jj nates will leave for the west Thurs- (By Review Leased Wire.) VEW YORK. Dec. 11. John ilv before the rnmmisisnn an nnnre-1 Tener was unanimously reflect ea cedented step ,and ordered to stop any I president of the National league for ' it as announced that the Phila improper practices. Violation of the a term of one year at its annual meet-' delphia club had sold Pitcher Alexan order would result in carrying the i ing here today. The club owners also ' der and Catcher KHlifer to the Chi case to a federal court. j decided to meet at "Chicago at the.ccgo National league club. WOMEN CARRY MAIL (By Review Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Dec. 1. With the ther mometer at one degree above zero Chi cago's first female letter carriers be gan service today. Nine women have been named as an experiment to test 1 the feasibility of postal women. mmm w mmw m mm m Pickard Hand Demoted China Libbey Cut Glass Gilm CONSULTATION FREE. 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SUNDAY, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. ! your money come today. Be sure There are no mistakes in the j you find the right lace, predictions made by the great and the address so ou won't wonderful DR. LA ROSE. ; name and number. Cut out mistake DR LA ROSE WILL NOT ANSWER 'PHONE CALLS. I THIRTEEN NEGROES PAY PENALTY UPON GALLOWS FOR RIOT (Continued From Page One.) Men Stoical The condemned negroes had known of their fate since Sunday. Twelve of them sought spiritual consolation of army Y. M. C. A. workers. Outwardly all of the negroes were stoical. They did not know the date of the execution, but last night they were taken from the cavalry guard house, where they have been prisoners more than a month, and placed in separate bar-j ances few minutes before I death were Sereeant William S fa 'A- racks, Aside from a dozen officers of the southern department and the sheriff of Bexar country, no one In the city or army camps knew of the execution date or place. The other negro de fendants were ignorant of the fate of their companions until after the formal announcement had been made. Aroused eBfore Reveille The condemned men were aroused this morning a regular army reveille, 5:30 o'ciVck. The military guard had been 'summon ed silently and no sound was beard in the camp where nearly 40.000 men were sleeping except the purring of the army truck motors awaitiug their loads. The negroes were dressed in their regular uniforms as carefully as for inspection. The negroes executed displayed neither brazado nor fear. They went to the execution singing a hymn, but the singing wes that of soldiers 'on the inarch. Arrived at th clearing, the singing stopped, the men, shackled, were helped from the trucks to the scaffolds and seated on chairs. A low "goodbye, boys,' addressed to members of their military guard, who had been in were brought here from Fort Illiss, was the tnly expression from any of the negroes. Prayer Offered The men's feet were shackled. An army chaplain offered prayer. An of-1 fleer called "attention" and as on pa-i rade the negroes stood erect. They j stood quietly while caps and nooses were adjusted and then stepped on the traps. The major in charge of the execution gave a signal and -soldiers sprung the traps. The negroes plunged nine feet to instant death. Even after the execution and after the return of the guard to the camp, news of what had happened did not spread through the camp or through the city until announced by the news-1 papers. It created some demon stra- tion among negroes who had follow-! . ed the progress of the trial in the na-1 Ul&rles ture of "nitturnlngs' at a few negro f churches. Crowds at these, however,! were small. i Other Sentences No announcement has been made when the 41 negro defendants given life sentences by the courtmartial will be taken to Fort Leavenworth. Of the others, four were sentenced to dishonorable discharge from tne army, forfeiture ot an pay ana aiiow- due and prison terms of two years and six months. Five were ac quitted and sent to join their com mands. In spite of the execution and an nouncement of other sentences this morning, the riot at Houston is not a closed incident Investigation is still In progress and it is expected ad- ditionaltrlals by courtmartial will fol low. FORMER ARIZONA!! ' APPROVES STAND TAKEN BY SHERIFF L. Mitchell of To. peka Declares That Captain Wheeler's Speech Rang True to Subject. Charles L. Mitchell, formerly a well known resident bt Morenci. but now living in Topeka. and president of the Chamber of Commerce of that city ana manager of one of the largest printing establishments in the west and d rec tor on the board of a half dozen na tional printing and publishing associa tions writes as follows to th.e editor of the Review: "I want yon to know that I enjoyed 1 reading that article about Harry ' Wheeler's banquet, and reading that The men who paid the penalty of l"'cle written, telling what he r-iu, i ng just rr mai nine Nesbltt. Corporal Laron J. Brown. Corporal James Wheatley. Corporal Jesse Moore. Corporal Charles W. Baltimore. Private William Brack enridge. Private Thomas C. Hawkins. Private Carlos Snodgrass. Private Ira B. Davis. Private James Dlvins. Private Frank Johnson. Private Rlsley W. Young. Private Pat MacWhorter. BRITISH CASUALTIES (By Review Leased Wire.) LONDON. Dec. 11. The British cas-1 ou charge of the negroes since they "a!ues repmtM for tne weeK enaing with CS.SL'J in the perious week, casualties were as follows: cant standing there before you all. looking VOU aouare In th with Ihnu ! gray eyes of his. and can feel the en thusiarm which was given vent to by every one seated in that room when he made that talk R them. I wish I could have been there, too. I always have admired him. I was in Morenci when they had that big strike there when Harry Wheeler was first lien- tenant of the Arizona rangers, and let me tell you that he was at that time the fellow they all looked up to the i fellow they all took their hats off to. "I sure hope that you will be hble to get some recognition in Washing ton to show the unjustness of the re port turned in by the buch they sent there." The, ANNOUNCEMENT SOON. ! Dame Rumor has it that a certain Killed or died of wounds, off leers, ; prominent young Main street business ' man has Anally mustered up sufficient Officers 9.8; ; rmirupa trt auk nrnmlncftt Tnnnr lady nurse to share his lot for better nr worse. It is exnerted that & miH. "KVIEW WANT ADS Mir announcement of th ennrrnnant BRING RESULTS. will be made shortly. Now guess. C59: men. 50, Wounded or misning, men. 16,967.