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Vaccination Urgent Need of
People Say Surgeon General
And Health Officer of State
STATEMENTS ARE I
CONTINUING IN j
POUTICAL MIXUPi
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SSAGfi MjjM HAIG TO YANK TROOPS
Bisbee Fuel and
General IIeadqtjaiitees,
Eritish Armies in Francs
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THE BI5BEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1918.
Believing that the anti-vaccination
petitions recently circulated in Ari
zona would have pone bop.tini; for
want of sijtna'ures, htd the sizvri
threof known the attitude of the
medical dopartmerl of the I'nited
States army toward vaccination. State
Health officer O. H. lircwn. has in
augurated a campaign to educate the
shell. J'jst a;
varcinnt .!.oi
wiih c.he b.i v
so they put
the arn.y and ravy
nv.-i men not o"K
h tv() k;;i('s of srrii::i
:l iv tu tii
"tui. k i.or.ie ' to r:- tiiV. -u"lic health
is insured by r: qiiir.tii; vaccination t.f
bthchiliren nr.'S r,r.v.-rv .
To vote for a repeal of the pr-spr.!.
people of Arizona to t'te need of the law rcakins va--iu.Hi..n mpu'.sory.
compulsory vaccination law purely as
a war measure.
Pr. Brcwn is' ror.fident that in the
matter of keeping themselves physi
cally fit and healthy, and helpinsr to
keep down disease in the army, tint
the voters of, Arizona are just ?s pa
triot ii as In the matter of vi'bsciib
inj fcr liberty bonds, cr any others
of the many rvar interest ?
The fact of the matter is that to
vote for the ab;-l!t:oa ot the present
compulsory vaccination law is to r
fuse to support the medial staff of
the Vntt"-1 States army and navy in
their efforts to keep the armv and
ravy uo to the highest s??nd?rd of ef
ficiency. If y.ni do not belie v .hat
statement; rend tve fo'lnwin;; telegram
received hy Dr. Bron. s ffte beaV'i
officer, fron i"-ern C-e-rtl T? -inert
Blue, of th I'pi'ed Sats n-tti:
health service.
VTMrntTi . D. C.
Mar- ii S. 191S.
"Supt of Pnblic Health,
Phoenix, Arizona.
"Urgently advise rromulfation of
order by State Boird of Health re
quiring school chi1d'-en throuchont
Arizona. Re-vacc'nation of adults
shonld be ur-Tpd. This order is essen-'
tial as a war measure and for indus
trial efficient, erc tally in v'p-v of
constant occurrence if iw-'Inr.x a nil
large per cent u'lvci 'ntei rorvla
ticn. Other states' h-vr- r"!-r"in::'l to
recontmendatiitis h chm-ic er. Pn'
, lie health service rrndy to -enor aiv
assistance to wt-.hitsia proDPi- hca'fh
standards at this most critical period "
(Sttrned) ELT'R. Surtreo-i Ger.err.!.
Ticre is the whole thine in a r.ut-
ta put narrow niiit.i ;;) .iciiby at.i: p-
Eoral prejudice s-I.-.jvc ;::itloa! wltare
and patriotism hvti v;!j of the tli.ni
'sands of soldiers t!;.t Arizona ha.;
scat into tbo ferric.-,, lus been vac
. cinated. The vact ii atious '.hut they
.have to undergo are f;-.r n.or. ricorotis
i than that for smallpox, and yet not
one care of coapii: alions afterward
! has developed. One who sttys at
home and voted atrr.in.st vpecination
i-lar-es li'.r.se'f i;i the position of vy
1 :r.r "Sure I'm. Ya'noiic. I wave the
flasr and buy bonds, but h -n it
rcni- s down to sacruicint; my person?.!
views for the good of the cause, the re's
: where 1 stop. L-t the boys jo the
front and carry en the flsht, itnd Ft'o
. n!t to the. hmror? f?) of vaccination.
, i ... r? for j.-r. n:J. r.i-i-iott-in steps
s i b . I : i . e uii(li i-! ia :f i.;
('' .( ( for tn tiiiiiv!i'J;( i
KltiS'.'l." .Itlll Opt IIS t i I V
.it.:! . riin T.ssr?c::t t i
'-. '.!,. talio.-s to ;.-.-'.-icsl gi
CANMON ISSJF.ti STAT
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tv.'ne (. ';ti:i: ;. of i'lian:
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'D-iJ-ht iv:.t.-d i;j a .-e:.
!! ! S'c: ry Tu'tiu'.
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fhiiid, Ohio. ;"r.:r s
ii'o.ident jirK.nir,- in 3:
. in ri to ? v V:c idont '.''.
l-.i.! u-r rct.i.-ii of a ;!ri, o.-r;.
pj rs '. v: s is t v :i;-.v.it '-r.-ct-j
?''r. (.'ai':-.';-; naid he lie-.r'.i ! i;
sn-.et-Iicjs I't rsid-'tit ? i
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f.irK. rt! ei :.:v issue ol '
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TT.-"CKS REPUCLiONS. ;
.'tv R.-vi-w !r:i. I Wi'.-i
MX. Oct. ro. S -cretPi'v l..n
a t- ! i I : '-: 1 spec-li h"r' :o ;i:;t
'tflt-larc.l republicans were wjilir.a. i.i
c.'e of t-artv ; (i.a'i'iU'.e. to i.t:;'-e ' e
Hove I're' i l"t;t v;!--fa J. s r.'.t
t-erk fpr Aniori.-a in his l j rir :r I. s
Phone 121
.
Office Below Copper Queen Hotel
i
"i:cc
;"- .'-a- t -e- 'It i't ' rlT'''i
years, ar.d v.hil thtye is so r"ord t'
ft'iali'ies tra. Me to vfccir.p.'.ion-in
Arizona, there are these in the site
who at this critical time would thro'v
down the harriers to . contagious di-.
seascn by repe; line the present vacci
naticn hiw Bimply to satisfy a per
son;:! whim.
The spte board cf herlth pnd cotin
ci! of d.r-f ase, ure all vn'ers to stan l
behind the army and navy e-nr boys
i-. t' e service ( ti te l:--. i and sea
' the eitd that the pr-sent ecrap'sl
s' ty vrcc't tition l-t .vg are left on Ue
f:'v! looks oi' lite state. lr is a
wr treasure tile army wart's it in
fcrced and fcr that reason a'! voters
r.re urccd to vote apaitst the initiative
petition repeaiine tha present compul
sory vjiOcination laws.
d e:-n. --T:
e vu-
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r' i.eace.
d '"1 ' v.-(.l-.!rr"
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i' ' '3 le en c til
ied f-ont to tl-.e
:-id the
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to ;.ie
e:iemv.
Tiit message above reproduced, from Field Marshal Hais, commander-in-chief
of the British armies, to the American soldiers, has been received
ly the New York Bible Society and will be enclosed in thousands of Bibles
to be distributed among American fighting men.
t:i
t! e
stime
n, I-bi-
:!.e io the president to i.t
sup'tort -m Ha-, .t to V.'asl:
c.'ln r.r.d M Ki.ilev v. h. n
.cretn -nt'ers in-chief of the r.niiv ar.d
tiitry in d-.y of vat.' Tha- call will
' e betid and heeded alio' o l!ie roar of
ha :irt:si't; who (hir. r: 'Tell Os'
p .- -v ,"':.' Vcodr'v Vi'sov.'s 14 de
w r..'s '" no vrr -"it A- ic i a. Tell
Jiio ; U'"s e""ci' in Ant'ri-t is ii-xi.'-'l
rn.t r rui Tell the wor'd
h t 't is l-ir -,"c '! !' -'e of n'l
''' ; jV-mrrt-'s An!T!'n stdidarity.
'.'-e !c e : f cfli-e is np.nita '-m! to .t;e
I'.-.e rf t 7 'i-..-iii'e- for whi-h l-rav?
rceir:ie -ia-e rtlveti their lives.'"
Vr-'r.; r- turn of a tt. inocratic con-ttrcs.-,
t'"e naval sccrf T.irv said:
"Outside of these nfri-urc-? upon
public opi'aO.i was go cor.tsred j another battle of Armageddon and we
will be figctmg truly lor tne lxrl.
W:;l
t'tat nrp-sitiDn froctu political death
the vjcal republican, leadersiiip of the
country !,as -beea ai the president
sajs. ;:nti administraiion.' "
iv , eta.-y Daniels spoke optimisti
c!tlly -of the war situation and re
(Otmted with pride the part the navy
hr.d p!a ed in racMttR victory pos
f !h!c. He said he did not know
v heti.er the Gettiian fleet would coma
out and trv conclusions with tho
PLANS ALL AWRY
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Plans for
an adjournment of congress untiJ after
election appeared tonight to have been
blocked by partisan conflict in the sen
ate. Less than a quorum of the senate
is in Washington tonight and republi-
l i . .. . : .1 t, .... ,..A..t.i ;
n!li'' fleet Lefore the war -n4. but,"". w:auc'8 clw":
l o AM Vnntv tl.rt everv mnn in the I l"clr fu"" lu jiievem luc piupuocu
. n..'rr '.t,-,f ,1 v.-i,h Mn. ! recess in order that the senate may
"that knows' no doubt as to the discuss any developments in the peace
Have you stored your winter's
supply of coal yet? If not it's
time to get busy! A shortage
is possible. BUY NOW!
Bisbee Fue
and
Feed Company
' Phone 121
Cl'f.'ce Below Copper Queen Hotel
fierce
results of such a conflict.
"If it comes," he added.
it will bo
t . ...t...-,r-w. -' . AV.t . 1 nillll- LI IT! ILTT" III. lI III i .1 JZZUm.il i I . . .
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.lilBiliiil
AT more baked beans.
Voull see them rec
ommended on every food con
servation list
Don't they look' appetizing- in their
shining little dish, brown and flaky
on top, just about bursting open with
flavor? They're different from raw
white beans.
"Cooked" tobacco is very different
from "raw" tobacco, also about
ten times more appetizing. Try
Lucky Strike Cigarette it's toasted.
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Hra.aiasH!r:
iiferItH!h:s1
iiiiiilliy
ipialtrUt.iic.iJ.fll
I-s-rHrtjH:ttgnaii
negotiations.
Democratic leaders were understood
to he prepared to forestall another
outbreak of partisan debate by mak
ing a point of no quorum.- it v. as
conceded by republican members that
the democratic plans could be car
ried out, thus forcing an adjournment
of the senate from (lay to day.
Introduction of resolutions bearing
on proposals of the central powers is
expected tomorrow, but in view of the
power passessed by either party to
force an adjournment no discussion
of the resolutions is expected. '
Because of the situation in the sen
ate it was considered doubtful wheth
er house leaders would attempt pass
age tomoriow of an election recess
resolution, causing a continuation of
the existing three day recess schedule.
33,000 TOTAL
FRISONERS IN
LATEST DRIVE
(Continued f-ora Page On)
captured 33,000 of the enemy, includ
ing t02 officers.
In Albania the Italians have occu
pied San Giovanni Di Medua and are
advancing on Scutari. East of the
Piavc river the Italians have reached
Vittori. The text of the communica
tion lollows:
"Our offensive extended southward
frcm the middle I'iave yesterday. A
third army has cow eme.-ed the strug
gle. On the front from tha IJrenta to
the sea three-quarters of the Italian
army are fighting in brotherly fash
ion with a gallant French uivision ana
the youn and daring 332d American
infantry resiinent.
'Between the ilrcnta and Piave riv-
WOSTFOld.
At this Bank small depositors receive the same
courteous consideration of our officers and em
ployes as those having larger Accounts.
Prompt and efficient service to EVERY depos
itor. Checking Accounts invited.
Bank with us.
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t:tte:ness
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jti.en i it e s-
ot tho resistance
ess of tho enemy,
K.wrve8 have for
rus?!e particular
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Save the tin-foil from
Lucky Strike Cigarettes
and give it to the Red Cross
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a I m m w I i;:ti!t;i:t;;iiti::;tii f.m
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i?vp t no enemy
.: - i - and wa era
t ... iitlv'l.
i t.'si.tt yesterday our
nv ... i "lu a-.v'c.t juts in the
it.ii. ! ci r.n an.i t'ul D.- l Orso.
i ' f i .v; ii -i jiu'.v h io i?. fueil tjc-outskirts
of tha village cf Qa?ro, tal.eti
i-j itij .;i.J can.oJ .Mo.it Cose a.
"Tfce c);iiith army has cccuj'ieU tho
filc of Kollina and reached Vitteno.
here is fighting north of Coneglia
o." "Tiics ItalLin tenth aimy is bcy;;id
ae Ctnesiiatio-OJ j.-zo road.
'Tha third ar.ny has ci'ufscu tac
iivo to San Dcm Di Plavo and ea.t
i 7.o -.son.
"TliG prisciu-r.! captured sii.co
huisday njml'r S '2 oiiiicrs and 32.
!S men. Oi .tiaa. . vi rul tut.dre i
.1.0 hceti tiik.-.l. It lia.s l.jtii .cips
I.le lo c.ilc.!1';-. t'u nmbor ot .a::
i ti. Kims -onii t'.ia quantity of ma
.a. ca)jtur.d."
BARRETT
Iver-Lastic Roofin!
See advertisement on inside cover of Saturday Evening
Post qf August 3. We have a full car in stock.
Bisbee Lumber Co. nc
EMIL MARKS, Mgr. Lowell Car Stop PHONE 25
L. J. OVER! OCK, BROKER
Paine Weber A Co.. Boon. Ojluth. Calumet.
tOCAN A BRYAN. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
SPZCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
fl
.. . i r .f ii
H; llr.nr frrm
month, $45-00
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TTA NCD AT C . L-iCO 7 H E.
(!v Iti-vn w I Wtiv)
v' .Li'.'.it.l'.', O. io. cel. 3). The
ifn H,!! i.fd Thir;. secctid
- .r.:cnt r.te.i.ioni d In Km.ie tiii
;s t:n in uclijti on the
ustrc-ltali.in lront. is rrt of the
.Kht.v-third division, trained at Camp
'rnim. Chiliicotho, Ohio. Col.
: 11 m Wailuc ira- the commanding
i cr i ihi.i re.4i.iiu..t wi-.en it laiid;J
rrseas.
HiOANS AND PEN.NSYLVANIANS
i i;t.i. w i.i.:tt! Wlroi
TJ:e "-'nd I'nited State infantry Is
cnj o:;cd of men from Ohio and some
IV'uts.vIvanliitis. The Americans re.trh
ed Italy lu.e in July and wort w".rni!y
greeted by the king and the ministers
and the populace generally.
A ' ;-:-fr";: SVch E-r-.cine, a Cone-Mail
--P- ; a Fevered C?r
' Sj- iiTfi :n iKe Rsce
Against Tl.T.e
Tht? r'achire ?hot up snd s'cpprd dead
with a roar. Its lone occupant sprang
breathlessly out and btust through the
dcor just in tirre to gel his copy in be
fore the forms closed on The Review Clas
sified Columns!
REVIEW WANT AOS
BRING RESULTS
Everything New OPPOSITE DEPOT Everything First Cass
U. S. A. HOTEL
The Most Centrally Located Htlel in Bisbee. Phone Green
ROOMS EY DAY. WEEK OR MONTH
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