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Sunday Morning. Septemfvr 10. 1927.
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Pep.e Seven CONFERENCE OF LABOR LEADERS ATTACK OUR Executive Council of Amer ican Federation of Labor Meet at Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Sept. 9 The executive council of the Ameri can Federation of Labor, opening its annual conference here today, trained its guns on the Daugherty Injunction against the striking rail shopcrafts. "Not only in .the name of labor, but of all liberty-loving people of our re public, we protest against the gross misuse of governmental powers by governmental agencies," said a state ment dictaeed by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor at a closed session of the!ment in, the superior court at Tomb council. isecause we have reverence for the,for the sum of 330; $8'Vf7 interest; law, the statement continued, "be-1 cause we believe that every citizen Colorado River A Far-Reaching Resolution "NOW THEREFORE, BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED That it is the sense of the Fifth Legislature of the State of Arizona, First Special Session, that the control of all said projects in contemplation and to be initiated shall lie as far as POSSIBLE UNDER THE AUTHORITY AND WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, AND the A 11(1 L IJli; I d'ft COvlllAll CO UL State of Arizona upon said Commis sfon be and they hereby are directed and instructed to take all necessary and proper steps for the purpose of securing such control to the greater benefit and glory of the State of i Arizona." The above joint resolution passed by the legislature March 15, 1922, marked the beginning of the fight be ing made by Arizona to hold its rights to the 6.000,000 horsepower of the Colorado RiTer. It was introduced by the man who is always alert to Arizona's interests: Dr. W. P. Sims, who is a candidate for re-election to the State Senate. mm -W7- -rx OimS iVnOWS WOW j -Adv. Announcing AReduction of on all Van Raalte Silk Stockings ranging in price from $2 to $5 Special on , Colored Stockings 49c 10 j 1 GIVENS' Lowell Drug Store Is a Good i !L William Nemer has field an action for . divorce in the superior court at Tombstone against (Emma C. Nemer. Emma Vernie Odom is the plaintiff in a divorce action filed in the super ior court against Thoma L.. Odom. Both parties were former residents of Wlllcox. Amando Guiterrez vs Dolores Gui terrez is the title to a divorce action that was filed in the superior court yesterday. Ruth Blum, through her guardian has secured judgement in the super- I ior court at Tombstone against the j superior court at Tombstone against J the Missouri Pacific Railroad company for $400 for alleged injuries received in an accident In St. Louis a few months j-eo. . Fre(j wiebens has secured judge- stone against Lorenzo Guiterrez et al $05.52 - attorney fees; $1S.3C costs and jan onier for the foreclosure on a lien on property in the Railroad addition to Douglas. Following a hearing before U. S. Commissioner Men-ill. in Tombstone yesterday, Felipe Gayton was held to await the action of the IT. S. court at Tueeon, on a charge of bu:giary. Cay tan was arrested at eBuson by Sher iff ITc.i d on Thursday -n company with L'ncetjo Cota and Anil a Mendosa. Cr, tn in.i Anita were released from ci.s- odv rn account of the insufficiency of O" Idence against them. must be a guardian of the heritage eiven us by our fathers who fought for and established freedom and de mocracv. we call upon the workers to resist the establishment 'of a prac tice that will destroy the very spirit r;.- frpedom and democracy and we call upon the people of America as whole to protest against th'ese abuses in the exercise of the injunction Asked if "this statement was to be interpreted as a call to organized la bor openly to disregard the injunc tion or to resist it by force, Matthew Woll, vice president of the federation said: "Why not? If the courts continue to issue such injnetions they should bo defied. American labor feels that it is justified in refusing to heed Burn writs, auiiuugu it nas uio mgu i t- t a. i. a i v. : ii est respect for law and order." Family of Former Emperor William Oppose Marriage DOORN, Holland, Sept. 9 (By the Associated Press) Members f the family of former Emperor William and of his entourage, strongly oppose his marriage to Princess Hermino of Reuss, widow of Prince Johann, of Schoenaich-Carolath and are" hopeful of being successful in preventing the union. It is understood that the pres ence here of former Crown ; Prince Frederick William is connected with thin opposition. Tho correspondent today saw the former emperor walkine near his chateau accompanied by the princess They were in animated conversation The princess is a tall and handsome woman. She is a blonde with an abun dant head of hair. ABOARD U. S. S. DESTROYER CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 9. H : C. Jacquith, director of the Near East ; Relief, and Major Charles Claflin Da ; vis of Boston, commissioner for the American Red Cross left today for l Smyrna aboard the U. S. S. destroyer I Lawrence on a mission .of relief to j 200,000 terrified Greeks and Armeni i ans who fled irom the interior to j Smyrna, I 4 If TIGHTEN UP DIRGE CANON AT CONVENTION Resolution Introduced to Forbid Re-Marriage of Divorced Persons PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 9 The di vorce canon of the Protestant Episco pal church in the United States would be tightened forbidding all members to marry persons divorced for any cause except infidelity of the offend-1 ing party in a divorce case if a resolu-' tion introduced in te house of bish ops today by Bishop Charles H. Brent of western New York is adopted by the general convention of the church now in session here. Bishop Brent's proposed amendment tightens the di vorce canon which now forbids clergymen- of the church from marrying divorced persons, and only by impli cation forbids the members re-marrying. The convention put in its busiest day since convening hero Wednesday In the house of deputies reports of commissions were presented favoring divine healing in the church and fav oring the seating of women delegates in the house of deputies. The deputies also took definite action in the mat ter of prayer book revision in reject ing an effort to postpone further con sideration of revision for at least three years. Following this the house finally act ed npon one prayer book revision, the elimination of a repetition phrase In the Gloria in'Excelsis. The house of bishops finally adopted the new alter native prayer for the president, which had been "finally adopted by the house and is now part of the prayer book. The' house of bishops today took un der consideration in executive council the case of Bishop Beckwith of Ala bama, who had brought up for trial the Rev. Dr. Richard Wilkinson, rec tor of St. John's church of Montgom ery, Ala., on a charge of violating a canon by allowing a Jewish rabbi to speak in his parish house at a New Year's service. Alumni Association Plans Lyceum Here For Students' Fund Plans are being made now by the high school alumni association for- a six-number lyceum course to be given in the Warren District this winter. The first number will be offered in November. The entire course will be handled by the Midland Lyceum Bu reau. Tho alumni association has loaned hundreds of dollars to high school graduates to enable them to attend college, and the association's treas ury is sadly depleted. Funds from the lyceum course will be turned into the treasury. American History Class Is Planned W. H. Wilson, principal of the night school, is preparing to form a class in ! American History, with high school credit to those successfully completing the course. This" class will be open to adults with at least a common school educa tion. High school pupils cannot en roll. The course is offered on Tues day, Wednesdays and Fridays, seven to eight P. M., and will be given if there is sufficient interest on the part of qualified adults of the district. If you are interested see the night school principal at the senior high school building Monday evening, 6:30 to 9:00. Enrollment may be made at that time in all subjects announced or at any later date in most subjects. BOURGE OUT AND IN , PRESCOTT, Ariz., Sept. 9. Thomas W. Burge, charged with the murder of Iver Enge, near here last Jjme 10, found himself out of jail and back in again within a few minutes today. He was released on writ of habeas corpus issued by Superior Judge John J. Sweeney, on the ground that the prisoner was held on insufficient ev- jdece. Burge was immediately re arrested on the same charge. Hear Garnett Tonight at tho Baptist Church, on "GOOD MAN OR GOD MAN Your supporf is solicited at the Candidate For Constable Bisbee Precinct Property Owner and Taxpayer Planning to Open New Property in El Tigre District DOUGLAS, Sept. 9. G. L. Wellman of El Paso and B. F. Millard of Bisbee were in Douglas recently to confer with Attorney Harry E- Pickett, who is drawing' up the articles of incorpor ation for the La Saurte Mining com pany, of which the two men are rep resentatives. G. S. Solomon of Bisbee has been elected president of the company, and is now at the property located be tween the El Tigre and Cinco de Mayo mines. "We have obtained . 53 claims or about 130 acres located on the same big vein as the Lucky Tiger and Cinco de Mayo," Mr. Wellman said yester day. "Already we have a 350-foot tun nel on one ore vein and a 70-foot tun nel on another and machinery will be installed as soon as the corporation papers are in the hands of the com pany officials." AMARILLO WINS TITLE CLOVIS, N. M., Sept. 9. Amarillo defeated Clovts 9 to 3 here today in the series to decide the championship of the West Texas Baseball League The game was featured by four home runs, two of which went to each team. The teams left for Amarillo tonight where they play tomorrow. Amarillo has won two games and Clovis one. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION At Little Rock 6-7; Chattanooga 3-1 (second game 7 innings). At Atlanta 5; New Orleans 6 ond game postponed rain). At Birmingham 2; Mobile 3. At Memphis 6; Nashville 8. (sec . RESUME MANAGEMENT HORNELL, N. Y., Sept. 9. Effect lve &t midnight tonight the Erie rail road will resume management of all repair shoDs in the Hornell section cancelling the contracting system. It is understood that the Erie will abolish the shop contract at every point on the system. TURKS OCCUPY SMYRNA PAltIS, Sept. 9. (By the Associa ted Press) The second division of Turkish cavalry occupied Smyrna to day, according to advices received by the French ministry of marine from Smyrna. Everything passed calmly, the ad vices stated, the behavior of the Turk ish being perfectly correct. WILLIAMS GETS 37TH ST. LOUIS Sept. 9. Kenneth Wil liams of the St. Louis Americans who leads the-majors in home runs, knock ed his 37th circuit drive of the season in the second Inning of today's game with Detroit. Sisler was on base at tho t ime. Williams has knocked a home run in each of the last five con secutive games. Holling was today's victim. U. S. ATHLETES WIN TORONTO, Ont., Sept. 9. Ameri cans captured three out of five of the early events in the athletic meet held at Exhibition Park today in. connec tion with the Canadian National Ex hibition. Splendid conditions prevail ed for the meet. TAKE OVER AUTHORITY PARSONS, Kan., Sept. 9. Police authority in Parsons was taken over late today by the state military forces on strike duty here. Incomparable, . in Flavor in Richness in, Purity DONOFRIO'S PHOENIX Ice Cream Is the favorite in many homes of the Bisbee District. Try Some Today Get your Toilet Goods and Drug Supplies from us. Bisbee Drug Co. 11 Main St. Phone 38 r Democratic primaries Tuesday by Sisler Leads Cobb Now by 31 Points CHICAGO, Sept. 9. The race be tween George Sisler of the St. Louis Browns, and Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers for the batting honoi-3 of the American league is practically over with the St. Louis star holding a lead of 31 points. With the season's close three weeks away, there appears lit tle likelihood of his being overtaken. Sisler has an average of .424, com pared to a mark of .393 by Cobb, and at the rate he is going he should fin ish at the head of the list with a mark close to that of today. Sisler's average is the result of 131 games in which he was at bat 54b times and cracked out 231 hits. Ty Cobb has participated in 122 games and made 187 hits in his 476 times at bat. CRACK 3-YEAR-OLD WINS HISTORIC STAKES NEW YORK, Sept. 9 Kai Sang crack" three-year-old of tho Rancocas Stables, raced to victory today in the historic Lawrence Realization stakes one of the premier three-year-old events of the season at Belmont Park. Harry Payne Whitney's highly re garded Bunting finished second, a half length behind. Rockminster, owned by Montfort Jones and the only other starter, was two lengths back of Bunting. The time for the mile and five furlongs was 2:42 2-5. Victory for Kal Sang carried with if a purse of $21,400 and recognition as distance champion among the three year-olds. Marriage Licenses An average of one marriage license a day for the past week was main tained in the office of Clerk J. E. James of the superior court, when tho following couples appliied for licenses to wed: Pedro Perez and Maurelina Ventura of San Simon. Fred J. Crimban and Lessio Bfrnice Hopkins, of McNeol. Geo. C. Burks, Mamie Washington, of Douglas. Manuel Gonzales and Concepcion Jaramillo of Bisbee. Herbert R. Catham, of Nogales, and Verna Martha Brown, of Naco. D. N. Stites jind Marie J. Garcia, of Douglas. Edw. A. Bates and Iris L. Roberts of Douglas. WESTERN LEAGUE At Omaha 6; Denver 2. At Lincoln Des Moines 6; Sioux City 2. At Tulsa 15; Wichita 10. At Oklahoma City 7; St. Joseph 9. P COMPARE THIS ICE CREAM with any other. Frankly, we believe one trial will convince. Our Ice Cream is carefully made HERE and sold HERE. McGlynn's Superior Ice Cream is as good a prod uct as we know how to put out. This is just the place for sandwiches, and home made pies and cakes. THE IMPERIAL Phone 623 building. And like our line of tools and builder's hardware V ar$the best to be had atthivJowqstpos- sible price. . -.- 'M , .... .- ,v. . THE BISBEE LUMBER CO., Inc. EMIL MARKS, Manager Phone 25 Lowell Car Stop ' Lowell FOLV!V MAY Qui! L't.viA, Peru, Sept 9. (By The As sociated Press.) The retirement of Bolivia from the league of. natious appears to be imminent, says a tele graphic dispatch from the correspon dent in Las Paz of El Tiempo, which that newspaper published today. RAILROAD RATES RAISED AGAIN Discriminatory Increase on all Arizona Points Kills Oppor tunity for Competition with Other Producing Centers. The blanket increase on railroad and express rates of 25, recently allowed by the Interstate Commerce Commis sion, affects practically every shipping point in Arizona. This rate increase, coming as it does upon the already prohibitive rates applying to this area sounds the death knell upon Arizona's dream , ot becoming a competitive factor in the markets of this country The effects of this new millstone upon the already overburdened shoulders of our mining, dairy, cattle and agricul tural industries Is too overwhelming to contemplate ,at this time. This might have happened if it were not for the fact that we were represented, before the Interstate Commerce Commission, by a man with expert traffic experience in the person of Amos A.. Betts during this past term. The 25 years of experience that Mr. Betts has had in solving the tech nical and difficult problems of traffic and transportation matters has not only saved this State millions of dol lars, but it has proven beyond all doubt that we need experts in public office if our industrial and agricul tural welfare is to be safeguarded In the future. The foregoing emphasizes the im portance ot re-nominating and re electing Amos A. Betts for Corporation Commissioner so that the State can avail itself of his experience, fitness and zeal in that important office in the future as it has during the past term. Don't vote for experiments when you can get experience. vote for AMOS A. BETTS for Corporation Commission er, subject to the will of the Democratic Voters at the Pri maries, September 12, 1922. Adv, Pimples Sleep Young Men Down! They" Make Women, Too, a Puzzle! ' How S.S.S. Stop Skin Eruption Poaitirely. Pimples and skin eruptions hare a price, you pay for every pustule, black-head and pimple on your face. Pimples produce prejudice and Prevent twosDerity. Your heart may be gold. 8. 6. S. Wm Bid Tea f the CrashUc TU- pla-Calamlty. but who wanta to kiss eruptlonaT pimply men don't look like Ut owners of anything. Pimply women, too, are puzzles, with no prospects and no power. Young men and women, here's the positive way out. 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