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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1918.
FIVE STEEL DIRECTORS REDUCE DIVIDENDS ON COMMON SOCK REPORT RENDERED AT QUARTER LY MEETING SHOWS DISTRICT FALLING OFF IN EARNINGS BOTH IN COMMON AND PREFER RED SHARES NEW YORK, Oct. 30. Directors of the United States steel corporation at their quarterly meeting today reduced the "extra" dividend on the common shares from the three dollar rate ef fetive since the first quarter of 1917 KEPT HER AWAKE The Terrible Pains in Back and Sides. Cardai Gave Relief. Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson, of this place, writes: "For one year 1 suffered with an awful misery in my back and sides. My left side was hurting me all the time. The misery was something iwfuL I could not do anything, not even sleep at night It kept me awake most of the night ... I took different medicines but nothing did me any good or relieved me until I took Cardui ... I was not able to do any of my work for one year and f got worse all the time, was confined to my bed off and on. I got so bad with my back that when I stooped down I was not able to straighten up tgain . . . I decided I would try Cardui ; . . By time I had taken the entire bottle I was feeling pretty good and could straighten up and my pains were nearly III gone. I shall always praise Cardui. I con tinued taking it until I was strong and well." If you suffer from pains due to female complaints, Cardui may be Just what you need. Thousands of women who once suffered in this way now praise Cardui for their present good health. Dive it a trial. KC-133 to $2. The regular distribution of 1 1-4 per cent on the common stock and 1 3-4 per cent on the preferred were voted as usual. The- reduction in the "extra" divi dend was doubtless impelled by the further enormous appropriation of $101, 987,347 for account of federal income and war excess profits taxes, as disclosed by the quarterly report. This exceeds the appropriation of the previous quarter by slightly more than $11,000,000. In the three-quarters of the calen dar year the steel corporation has charged off to this item the'vast sum of $224,288,795, these charges rang ing from $31,585,198 in the first quar ter to the heavy appropriation made today, slightly in excess of 70 per cent of the quarter 8 total earnings Total earnings, exclusive of the in come and profits taxes, amounted to $144.94S,936, which is less by about $8,325,000 than the high record at tained In the June quarter. Analysis of the statement issued to day shows a steady decline of earn ings by months, August falling decid edly under July and September show ing a further decrease. Net income for, the third quarter stands at $32,069,392, as against $52, 399,483 In June, while the surplus for the quarter, after payment of divi dends, is reduced to the nominal sum of $3,840,561, against $19,017,375, three months ago. 4 jflM SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT. (By Review Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. The re publican senatorial campaign commit tee in a supplemental report filed to night w.ih the rltrk of th s house of represent atives saiti it- H3d received additional contributions of $44,900, making the total $116,700 and bad made total expenditures or $86,165. New expenditures recited included $10,000 sent to New Mexico. New contributions included $35,000 from the national republican com mittee. . HEALTH MUCH BETTER. (By Review Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Decided improvement in tha health condition of American troops arriving abroad was noted today in a report received by the war department from thj chief of the armv embarkation service. The improvement is believed by officers to reflect the better conditions in army camps in this country. AO IP w 1 raw on L m Hi m i-m it ... : : .J 1 ) T.-';- au Lie & w- V a VI mm mm ORGANIZED LABOR WILL HAVE THE HELP OF ARIZONA VOTERS IN REPUDIATING THIS ON NOV. 51 MISS HAZEL MORTON GIVES HEALTH AND STRENGTH FOR OTHERS NEWS OF HER DEATH AT CAMP CODY AS RESULT OF STRAIN CONSEQUENT TO NURSING IN FLUENZA PATIENTS, RECEIVED IN STATE CAPITAL SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REVIEW AMERICA'S ANSWER TO PEACE FEELERS; MORE TROOPS LAND FROM EVERY VESSEL t.i7s 'ft- 'I "' " V..:...'- , " -A. . - . .... my- A . - r l ,r. a .... w American troops arriving in England. Millions of American troops abroad and more 'arrivinfr on every transport. That's America's answer to the peace feelers put out by the kaiser's pawns. Officials have announced that by next July America will have 4.800.000 men in the field to drive the Huns off the elobe if necessary. Mere it Is XTf- rhoenix, Ariz., Oct. 30. An an nouncement of the death of Miss Hazel E. Morton, which occurred yesterday morning at Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico, is contained a story of heroism aud seif-sacri-lica as noble as though it hid oc curred on the battlefields of France. Suffering intensely herself, yet "car rying on" to the limit of physical en durance. Miss Morton finally suc cumbed to the disease that alia had conibatted successfully where the lives of many others were concerned. Miss Morton, daughter of Charles E. Morton, manager of Donofrio's floral department, enlisted as a trained nui3e and has been at Camp Cody for some time. Her brother, Henry Morion, also enlisted and is in the coast anillery at Fort McArthur, San Pedro. During tha epidemic of in fluenza Miss Morton worked to the limit of endurance at Camp Cody, be ing frequently urged by piirsicians to let up, but she continued on. The situation at camp was bcrluus and she continued working, even after she herself was stricken. For five days she contluued to care for the men In hospital, notwithstanding iha fact that the had a high temperature. Then she wes forced to take to her bed and .the end came within four days The funeral will be held from tho Whitney chapel tomorrow afternoon. NAVAL DISASTER IS FEARED AS RESULT OF CALL FOR AID DOMINION GOVERNMENT STEAM ER GALIANO SENDS S. O. S. AND THOUGH VESSELS WENT AT ONCE TO HER AID NO FURTHER WORD HAS BEEN RECEIVED INSANE SOLDIER IS 1 IGNORANCE EXPOSED HELD AWAITING ORDER FROM GOVERNMENT Opponents of Amendment 1 00 have resorted to wide public- ity of the statement that "absolute dependence must be proven under the proposed law." Here is the law that exposes the ignorance of those attempting I to defeat it: ! "Sec. 15 (e) When the injury causes d-th, sixty-six and tvo-third pr centum of the daily wage at the time of the injury shall be paid to his bene ficiary, 'Beneficiary' meant and- shall Include a surviving wife or husband BERT C. DILLON, RETURNED FROM CAMP CODY, N. M., HELD IN PHOENIX BECAUSE OF His!unt" re-rnarr,a9?' and a surviving child or children under the age of twenty- BEING I one years, and invalid chile- or children over the aiiv of twentv-one veara. If A NON-RESIDENT WHOj no beneficiary, then fifty pereentum of the daily wage at the tima of tha NEVER LIVED IN STATE (By Review Leased Wire) VICTORIA, B. C, Oct. 30. Naval authorities announced today that an . , , , ., s n s rn hHl1 heon revived ia Phenix Camp Cody as an in sane soldier lor committment to ice state hospital, was not permitted en- injury shall b; paid to his major dependents 'Major dependenf meant tha father and mother of the turvivor of them, if dependent to any extent upon the decedent at the time of the Injury. If no major dependentt, then forty I pircentum of the Caily wages at the time of the injury shall be paid to hit Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 30. Bert C. minor dependents. 'Minor dependenf meant the brother and aistert under Dillon, who was recently brought to the age of twenty-one years, if actually dependent upon the drcedent at the tim. nf hi. i r i 1 1 u " Note this well: Dependency is not required to be shown in the case of a beneficiary. Surviving wife or husband: child trance into ihe state Institution. Un- children under the ape of twentv-one var or invalid chWA less federal orders are received by. a- i l.r.i the local authorities, union will ta I over the age of twenty-one years. Major dependents: father said, i and mother will be paid compensation it dependent to any ex it is man and Arthur Hansen of the hospi-case cf minor dependents, dependency must be proven.' night from the Dominion government : steamer Galiano, a lighthouse vessel, j hen route from Triangle Island to ! Iksda, Queen Charlotte Islands, in the ! inside passage. i Tha mocja era anlri tha vpcfirl vna . ; j, v... .,i,. letumed to the camp. word was received. The vessel had a ' Escorted to this city by Walter Sher- j tent whatever upon the decedent at the time of injury. In the crew or 30 men. No further word came from the Ga liano after the appeal for help. Wire less stations along the coast spent the day trying to get in touch with her and rescue vessels hurried to the waters south of Cape St. James. Officials said they feared the worst, in view of the fact that no message has come from the Galiano since her call. Weather reports showed that a heavy gale was ragiug, today south of the Queen Charlotte Islands. The exact number of men aboard the Galiano was not known here. Capt. R. M. Pope, commands the vessel. Most of her officers reside here. The Galiano is a little boat of 39) tons. She was built at Dublin, Is land, for the Dominion government. The elements comprising the body ere constantly wearing out and must bs renewed daily, else the eur; cf strength . escseds the income. scorn rrz r, . . i i-. INSURGENT RISING SPREADS By Review Leased VTJre) AMSTERDAM. Oct. 30. Advices re ceived by the Dutch newspapers from Cettinje., Montenegro, by way of Vien na, says the insurgent rising in Monte negro is spreading. Armed bands have occupied Niksio, Berano and Ke jevico and the Austro-Hungarians are evacuating the entire country hast ily. Scutari and Rieka, according to the dispatches, already are in the power of the insurgents and all communal administrators favorably inclined to ward the Austrians are being slaughtered. tal corps, Dillon arrived Sunday night. He has been in the army for 18 months and talked rationally on every subject that was discussed as he sat In the sheriff's office waiting disposi tion of his case. He has never lived in Arizona nor been here before, and why this city was chosen for his com mitment is not known by the officers. They declare that the papers brought by the men who have Dillon in charge ; are not sufficient to hold him here. Telegrams signed by the commanding officer at Camp Cody were received some time ago announcing his com ing, but there were no federal orders among any of the papers setting the Ktato hnnnital as an institution for the commitment of insaue soldiers Curry, Secretary Arizona Chapter American Mining Congress. Bisbee. Aritona from other states. Jtolsom Moore. Tucson Typographical Lnfon. Tucson. Arizona Remember this: The theory of compensation is to relieve so- city of the burden which should fall upon industry. If a work man is injured in the course of his employment compen sation is to compensate him for that which he would lose through inability to continue work which must not be con fused with penalty for criminal offense. There are other remedies for murder or crime. Compensation law3 have no connection with the penal codes. Information Bureau, Arizona Workmen's Compensation Law. Folsom Moore. President; J. K. Curry. Secretary; Directors; W. P. Mahoney. State Senator Mohave County, Oatman, Arizona; Andrew Kimball, Chairman State Board of Trade. Thatcher, Arizona; R. A. Nickerson, Manager Saginaw-Manistee Lum ber Company, Williams, Arizona; John L. Donnelly, ex-President Ariioca State Federation of Labor. Phoenix. Arizona; G. M. Colvocoresnes. General Manager Consolidated Arizona Smelting Company, Humboldt, Arizona; J. E. CHANGE IN BILL. (T3y Review Leaned Wire) WASHINGTON. Oct. 30. The sen ate finance committee, considering the house revenue bill, today struck out the business license tax of $10 on all persons engaged in trades, busi ness or professions, whose gross earn ings or receipts are 2,500. This pro-! vision of the house bili, estimated to : GAME CALLED OFF. FOR WOMEN WHO WORRY Worry and "the blues" are usually linked together, and in many caaea (By Review Leased Wire) ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Oct. 30. With the Orrat Ijikoa-Sf l.niii iiriiwrcitv -Jinio scheduled for St. Louis next Saurda are due to "orae functional deranse declpred off on account of the in-1 !llent w!lich ,f not corrected may leal fluenza ban. efforts were beini? made i moTe o10" afcraent. More out today ta transfer tile game Great Lakes for that date. to t:ie I door life, sleep, water-drinking and a few weeks' treatment with that gooj ' old-fashioned root and herb ratnedy. raise J10.000.000, Caalunan Simmons The allies .advancing, have one firmlola, - es,uaole -or" txplained was eliminated because the j de?iga. roiind, will revitalize and strengthen committee had adopted a plan of ex-'.And that is to wind up the watch on iu tl! wonders for any tending the war excess nrofits taxes tha RM,,o va-..v v.-., ol,lan- If you are prone to worry and to Individuals and partnerships en gaged in -trade or business. "the blues"' try it. will he;D the tired b"Uoire3a-ci3 or woman keep pa:e wilh the wear and tear o Size. 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