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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. If HINDENBURG SEEMS TO THREATEN TO START COUNTER COPPER PRICE NOT TO BE RENEWED IS ADVICE FROM GOVM'T JUDG ROASTS WASHINGTON, Doc. 20. Maxi mum priors on copper will expirw January 1 and will not be renewotl, it was announced today by the price fixina committee of the war industries board. REVOLUTION RED CROSS CANS frtv review Inswl Wii-e) PARIS, Dec. 20. Field Mar shal von Hindonburn has tele graphed the Herlin government advising it of his intention to form a new front six miles behina the neutral zone fixed by the armistice, according to a dispatch to the Journal from- Zurich. , The government has asked the field marshal for an explanation, adus the dispatch, but has not yet received a reply. It also is announced that two regi ments of the active army will be sent to Ftanlcford on the Main at an early date. The correspondent affirms that Major Gtsneral Seheuch. the Prussian war minister. Field Marshal von Hin denburg and General Lequid, (probab ly Lieutenant General Lequies form er governor of Metz) who is in com mand of the active troops in Berlin, are behind a counter revolution move ment. He declares the. existing gov ernment is manifestly incapable of preventing the realization of their scheme. LARC L ACC 0 OUR OUNCES iRy Kevii K f.'.'iil Wire) SACRAMENTO, Cal.. I),c Compilation of reports received from the Pacific division of tbe American Red Cross shows tiiat the division's enrollment in the Red Cross Christinas roll call drive already is 150,000 members in excess of lust year's campaign. Red Cruss officials announced to nUht. Only partial reports have been received so far from chapter com mittees, but these were said to indicate that each chapter wiTl make good its pledge of a 100 per cent enrollment. Yuma, Ariz., has enrolled 1150 members out of an adult popula tion of 25O0. Globe, in the same state, with a population of 4i0, reported 1100 new members, while Tucson had listed 3500 of itc 10,000 population. E CRIME BREEDING NEW YORK, Dec. 20. In acquitting Oscar Lynch, a salesman of the Otis Lithograph company, or this city to day of a charge of. having offered a bribe to Captain Louis Delton Kaii cher of the military morale section of the army, after government wit nessed had confirmed the defendant's contention that '.e had been decayed 'by tii i;ii!il:iry autho "it ies, Feih-ial Jmle Mo'.i.kIi denounced this sort of activity. "Detectives and decoys are not oii'y ticcess.try, but pi a o: ty "11 t trunients in ysc-erwiiiin - rii.ie." the judge iecl:iit:d, "bat detection ex e 'tis its limits when the Uele.thiJ or decoy provokes or creates a crime that otherwise would not have occurred. "Caplain Fancher, by his own state ment, ueinanded money which he never expected, in terms which seemed to say, -lf you don't promise to pay secretly money ;o me, you don't get the government contract.' This was the trap orldecoy. This, in my. judgment, is going beyo: d ail bounds '"Index vuc.h circumstances the gov ernment is estopped from prosecuting on the ground that it caused and created that of which complaint is made." OUR NEGROES AR OP LIQUOR LIMIT LYNCHED BY HOB DENVER, Dec. 20. The status of 5,000 packages of liquor held by the American Railway Express company at its Denver office, and of similar undelivered shipments Jield elsewhere in the state, remain undetermined at the conclusion of the day's hearing before Judge Denison in the proceed ings brought to test the right of the express company to deliver to con signees the liquor on hand when the new Finch prohibition law became ef fective Alonday at mindnight. Indi cations are that the arguments will not conc&ide before Sunday. AD WOLGAST COMPETENT Review LmI Wire) RACINE, Wis., Dec. 20. Adolph Wolgast, former lightweight champion was found .competent to manage his own affairs is a decision rendered here today by the' superior court. The decision einded a guardianship estab lished in 3917 and returned, to Wol gast the control of property valued in his petition at $n,000. HENDRICKS BACK HOME. (Bv Ttevlew Leased "Wire) NEW YOJtK, Dec. 20. Jack Hend ricks, manager of the St. Louis Na tional league baseball club, who has been serving in France as a Knights of Columbus field secretary, arrived here today on the Magnetic. GERMAN ASSEMBLY DECIDES UPON DATE OF COMING ELECTION i (Continued from Pupe One) financing as it is pr.icticcd by tl.e executive eommiiiee -f t!" Herlin lounc il nf soldiers a;id workmen prom ises to lead in interesting revchttions when the final accounting takes plac Out-of-town delegates who ore present for the congress of councils now In session, charge the lieriiu eernii committee with extravagance and gen tial ineificiency and this seems only mildly to characterize the real con ditions. Much curiosity has been aroused through the contradicting statements that have been made by the treas urer of the committee and the Taeg llsche Runschau asks: 'Whence conies the moneys?'" It calls attention to the fact that soldiers and workmen's council at tached to Hip home general Fluff as serts that Coo.oon marks of the offi cial army fuuds wero reived in tl.e early days of the revolution, whereas, only 450.0011 were reported. "It is imperative to estnlilish," add; the newspaper, "whether t"ie full sun seized was delivered to t'.i" executi".'e committee, or whether the pevscrv. iT plicated in the seizure made private disposition of part of the money." The congress yesterday by nn over whelming vote, declared itself in favor of the new central conitr,iiti to be appointed, assuming the finan cial legacy of tne retiring hoard, claiming the latter to be a purely Ber lin organization. In the corridors of the house of deputies yesterday It was asserted that among other items of receipts and expenditures which could not be traced through . bad revolutionary bookkeeping, was the sum of 350.000 marks, comprising official tunds seized, but the ultimate flispositipn of which had not yet been established. h mum wreck From Tiree Yeari' Sdfering. Sayt Cardui KaJe Ker Weil. Texas Gty, Tex. In an interesting Statement, Mrs. Q. H. Schill, of this town, ; says: "For three years I suffered untold agony with my head. I was unable ft) do any cf my wok. I Just wanted to sleep all the time, for that was the only ease I could get, when I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck just from the awful suffering with my head." ' I was so nervous that the least noise would make me jump out of my bed. I liaJ no energy, and was unable to do tnything. My son, a young boy, had to do all my household duties. I was not able to do anything until 1 took CarduL I took three bottles in all end it surely cured me of those awful headaches. That has been three years ago, and 1 know the cure is permanent, for I have never had any headache since taking CarduL .. Nothing relieved me until I took Cardul. It did wonders for me." Try Cardui for your troubles made from medicinal ingredients recommended In medical books as being of benefit in female troubles, and 40 years of use has proven that the books are right Begin taking Cardui today. NO 134 Even if your salary is not very large you can save a little. Start an account at this Bank NOW and once you make the beginning you will find slving a duty and pleasure. Bank with us. MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 20. Four ne groes, two "of them women, charged with the murder of Dr. K. L. Johnson here last week, were taken from the jail at Shubuta, Miss., tonieht and lynched, according to information re ceived in Mobile. Dr. Johnson, a dentist, was shot and killed from ambush while in bis barn. Major Clarke, one of the negroes lynched, was arrested and, according to the authorities, confessed, implicat ing others and stating that he had shot Dr. Johnson at the request of one of the women who had had trouble with the dentist. The negroes lynched wsre two brothers and two sisters. Major and Andrew Clarke and Maggie and Alma House. NINE SOCIALISTS RESIGN milk for their children and the babies ! are dying by hundreds, the message ! states. The mothers also are with ! out swaddling clothes lor their in-: fants and are obliged to wrap them ! in rags or eveu newspapers. COAL LACK STAGNATES. VIENNA. Dec. 20. I Havas.) Sec retary of State Hanush made the an nouncement today that because of the shortage of coal 47,000 persons were out of employment in Vienna. NEW COMMITTEE CHOSEN. ! BERLIN, Dec. 20. (By the Asso-I ciated Press.) The election or a new, central executive committee has been ' completed. The socialist members are largely in the majority, giving ! the cabinet a support it heretofore ; lacked. Not only are many of the members really able men, but radicals like Georg Ledebour, Dr. August Muel ler and other members of the old committee have been eliminated. REVOLUTIONARY FINANCE. BERLIN, Thursday, Dec. 19. (By the Associated Press.) Revolutionary Special Values! Crepe de chine Waists $6.00-$8.00 value, $4.75 Georgette Crepe Waists, $8.00- $10.00 value $5.95 Big reduction in silk under wear, nightgown, teddies, bloomers, camisoles and silk hosiery, suitable for Xmas gifts. : : : : WE ACCEPT LIBERTY BONDS AND STAMPS FRUITMAN'S FASHION SHOP Tailors for Men and Women Phone 74 Main Street Opposite Wells Fargo Richard Glaze, Oph. D.N.D. Practice Limited to Eye and Nerve ' Disorders Phone 156. Office and residence first house west Masonic Temple, Main street, Bisbee, Arizona. Glasses fitted by latest methods. By Review leased 'Wire PARIS, Dec. 20. Nine socialists of the chamber of deputies resigned from the army committee of the chamber today, because Deputy Rene Renault, president of the committee, refused to call Premier Clemencea for an in terpretation on demobilization of the German army. Albert Thomas, form er minister of munitions, and Pierre Renaudel, leader of the majority soci alists in the chamber, were among those who refused to serve longer on the committee. f The 1 bond The Arizona Corporation Commission does not recommend the stocks,' bonds' or other securities offered for sale by this or any other company Oil! Oil! Oil! 6 Ti e one great outstanding fact that puts punch in our bid for public favor 1s the actual OIL Not oil in prospect, not fond hopes or reasonable probability, not mere geological formation, but OIL the eternal fact that silences all criticism and ends all doubts and dis cussion. The company owns 3040 acres of the choicest land in the Bowie Oil Basin, and we have the goods. WE HAVE THE GOODS and it- is with this justification that we appeal for public support. 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