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Wednesday Morning. September 20, 1922
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Page Thre6 A Y i t y, i . ( - r' '1 STATEMEHT OF NT T BE FILEI Adoption of 26 Resolutions, Two Stirring Addresses and Ball are Features oft Convention's 2nd Day Thursday Will Be Latest Day on Which Candidates May Conform With Law in the recent primary election wheth er tlectt'd or not are required by law to tile a statement showing their ex- ; There were other reolmiorm thank ' ing the speakers for their appearance before the convention and commend nx the Y. M. C. A. xKlks club and Y. W. C. A for their hospitality j A resolution urging the abolition of i the compulsory military training in I the i.igh schools was defeated after i much argument iro and ecu A ivsnin. r f" Ul i n ' t -I o i . ! tlon to mak El Presidente Tequila an , LX-LiOVernor Hunt fays inbute m bpeech to Members or ! honorary member of the American i IPO.l Tf . it a . . . . . !. , . . uotn inrantry Arizona s Uwn ; Rendnck, hormer lon a,s" was seated, very re- V; "V-- ' I t li r r iluctantlv by some of the members, ice tommander ot Legion, I ells of Organization ! . , . , Adoption of reponsand changes in the constitution by the various offi some degree of success, wilh improve- cers wa3 the lnain or(ler of busineSR men i noticeable as each month goes ' vesterrlav morninsr tt.o 0,.h0,ii,i , j , ...v....... ; speech by G. W. P. Hunt, former gov- Tiien we had to light for the ad- einor of Arizona having been nost- the'tae In regard to Christmas boxes not had an armistice uuy. Many who tor the disabled veterans of the World have not returned to their moos. Hun War. 1 dreds of them live not known much "Knr ns nrmistice dnv mpnns n rp-: happiness since they returned from A Profame Bird DOUGLAS, Sept. ID. Adoption of 2fi , resolutions most of which were for legislation or action beneficial to the' . . ,. . . t-xservice men, two stirring addresses All candidates for office of any sort ... ... . """'v0"'- unu me uuutruuua nun a I Uie uaUSlit'Il by. hotel featured the second day of the fourth annual convention of the state penUitures. within ten days after the k , ' , .. George W. P. Hunt, former governor primary- election. The ten days wil! expire on next Thursday. A state ment must be made under oath' even If the candidate did not expend a cent The law as amended by the last session Of the legislature is as fol lows: justed compensation biil, which may or poned until the afternoon because he .may not be vetoed by the president. ' was unavoidably delayed at Globe. In any event, I believe it will be a dis-1 Ray Jenkins cf Tucson, state t-as- appointment to the men. We should i urer. reported that the expenditures , not have forced to sponsor this meas-! for the year were $900 in excess of the tire, the big manufacturers who had ' receipts, but as there was $l4nr in Hip P , .. - . , . . e " " I MltloUIJ iivm iv LUUIV Cllclltj Ul lilt? - .uut lo u. iWui iiu...i- ,ars ou war contracts received repar-i books a balance of ?500 is still on try, which he called Arizona s own., atioa-when lhe war ended so sudden-i hand. ymisius uenerai jonn j. ureenway as ; iv n,i nnlra,, ivi.i, ,,..,f . a man among men, relating a few Inl and Charles Hendricks, former nation al vice commander were the sDeakers. means a re turn to our homes an the pursuit of our regular professions." It he said, nif-nat happiness and peace. But there are manv of our buddies to who have ly and contracts with the government Benjamin F. Mills, state historian, were not accepted. Why not should urged every post to furnish him with data for compilation of a history of all the posts in the state. So far he he said, only three posts had given him any data. He said that the his tory of the Fred Hilburn post was the xi.u.uun iiiuueuis oi ms sojourn jn i- the m;i wi10 nffprP,i Wvth,n, Tip "Within ten days after any primary am. where he was U. S. minister, and lllul t0 hls country be given a bonus election, all candidates therein shall strenuously dening alleged slurs up- in reraration for 'the months he lost prepare a carefully itemized statement on his administration as war govern-; whila on tne front Dr in the camps7 setting forth each item in detail with ; or, 'were the salient points in ex-gov-!Tne averase persoa does not under". we vok u.c .u. . i.iui uuui a auuitss. lie cumiuujliy , etniirt lha eifnU.n t.rAiioHi- .. ,1 ! lt, 1 of money or other things of value, in-, upon his patriotism made by peop e ponl,, 1,111 " I -,, 1 u t , 7S7 t0 li1'6 teimed 'Var Vnat""- i S speaker outlined the work of PU hZj o?Te ,oX other things of value, as well as all) .lo don.t want to have thi3 consid. the Logion from its inception, relating ization. ,u. ,,ui. iiu.u iuSl ered as a political speech In any sense y how the American Legion had soon-! money, or other things of value. enh-;0f the word" he said, "but since I j sored the movement to destroy I.'w. er present or future, which were m- am talking m n rm.m r a,.w.q- -wr u!r.u . I l..,1 - ... 1 a r-' v. ..a. a lam iiiv.ii bjii uus up us ctu alter- l ?Jfc 6 pu4rpo"e of aid,nf ,or ,most patriotic citizens I want to set i math of the war. He told how the that would have a tendency to aid the,tnem right Cn now j 8tood dur,n lheLegi0!1 tackled lhe immigration and St, hU "nd'date m such pri-;war.. i w with you and Dacking yoU J unemployment problems, so that-the Zrt S r Tosethep with such at all timeS( and no one wag prouder returned sol(lier couJd find work . 1711. e,l ? ,d',date Slun I hkeior more rieved the 158th in-1 Following Hendricks talk the reso- ... iui Cat.. 0. n.e Per" fantry leave for France than was I." ! Iutions nuii.i 1 hii nu turn u u q nr riArifti r r . . u j U UUVIlVlltCM fcV Expend money or other things of val ue in his interest. He shall also, at the same time, file a like report for tiny person who may have expended Does Your Gsck Ache? I'ts usually a sign of sick kidneys, especially if the kidney action is dis ordered, passages scanty or too fre quent. Don't wait for more serious troubles. Begin using Doan's Kidney 1 Pills. Read this Bisbee man's testi-i mony. C. S. Ablos. COS Tombstone Canyon, , says: "I am glad 1o say a word of 1 praise for Doan's Kidney Pills because from past experience I can say they are absolutely satisfactory. I had a good deal of trouble with sharp shoot-: ing pains through the lower part of my back. My back often ached so j hard I had to sit down and rest, and I 1 1 felt w eak. My kidneys acted fre-1 quently and secretions were highly colored. I had often heard of Doan's ' j Kidney Pills being so good for this 1 ! trouble that I tried a box, getting it at ! 1 the Central Pharmacy. This one box ' j cured me of all the trouble and I have j ihad no complaint from my back or kid-! neys in two years." ) 60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. "Glad to see you getting Tn on time morni:igs, Mr. Slowe." said the head the front, wounded or gassed; help-; cler r?ss. pitiful wrecks' of humanity. Let ''Yes' sir , Ve s' a 1'arrot now." us not forget them on Christmas day.! "A '"riot. What for? I advised you A gift from us. no matter how intrIn- to KH au alarm clock." sic its value, might bring some happi- "c 1 ,;i r. . ness to them" f dl1, but aftPr a or ,wo I ness to them . j got uged tQ k anJ jt q He told how promptly and generous- j me. So I got a parrot and now when ly the posts responded to the call for 1 1 retire- I hang the alarm clock over Christmas boxes last year and antici ; his cagft. Tne alarm wake8 the par. pated an equally generous response rot, and what that bird sav wcni.t tins year. I arouse anybody.'V-Boston Transcript. There is no other investment where one can get at his money so easily as in a savings account. Only under the most extraordinary circumstances is there ever any difficulty whatever in a savings depositor getting his money or any part of it when he wants to draw it out of the bank. 1 THE BANK OF BISBEE MEMBER AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" committee reported and the D. A. Little, department adjutant, spoke of the work accomplished by the department during the past year. He said the membership of the American Legion had fallen off about 400 in the past 12 months, particularly in the larger nosts. . I Duane Bird, state commander, ex plained that the decrease in member- He told the Legion men that in the j following resolutions were introduced f ship in the larger posts was due next tew years tney would be the men j and adopted : who must take the reins of the state; One thanking the citizens of Doug and national governments. More an ; las and Fred Hilburn post for their 111 "T t ll " m-lA n.l 11.. ... nl I 1 J ? J A . ' . 1 . . ... monev or things nf v1p fn. c.h ; l"c Havtfu Ule ""' I l"-uuiu eniei rammeni anu nospitaiity Vlllatca oW, V. ,V -.".vv. civ... .wu.u iarvr ya,t ,u nit- name or sucni0ff.,iro f rtt ;n i ,wu,c pciaim was not among: inose he saj(j nf .thriV.i """"aic " l"c nation would entrust the reins in their iLn il r f re,'0i:ti hands with as much faith in them as ,21,1 ,h .t e ffiCfr Withjthey had in their ability on the bat whom the candidate's nomination pe-'no frf ' tfin 1 ; ue iroui. . to inru men. ciuun reporii tehall be prepared upon blank forms One advocating the placing of cap- ; tured German artillery in the narks adding that the people of the j and other public places in the coun- and a reasonable number of such forms shall be mailed to each candi date by the secretary of state, clerk of the board of supervisors, or the city or town clerk, as the case may be. The secretary of state shall for ward a sufficient supply of such blanks to the clerks of the boards of supervisors in the several counties of the Btate." The speaker was introduced by Gen eral John C. Greenway, Who presented him as an honest man and a patriotic citizen. The activities of the American Le gion from the time it was temporarily organized in May 1919 until the pres ent time were briefly , outlined by Charles Kendrick, of San Francisco, try; f One urging the increase ties for. taking care of the disabled men and asking for a permanent hos pital at Tucson; One endorsing the Smith-McNary bill referring to reclamation projects in the United States. One petitioning the state legislature for a law exempting all ex-service men from taxation up to $5000; On thanking the Red Cross for its work in rehabilitation of the ex-ser- former vice-commander of the national viceman and urging delegates to the department and one of the most ardent national convention to work for a Der- Milk Report i supporters of the Legion in America. 1 His address contained a message of j particular interest to the Arizon Le- j gionnaires, and he was frequently in-j me louowing 13 a copy or the milki The American Legion was compelled report of Dr. Durfee of milk collected; to take up and work for two things on September 16 and examined: jthat rightly should have been handled Vendor Fat Solids Bacteria !by ,he sovernment and consequently 1 have received the credit for being a 125000 ' selfish organization, Kendrick said in 250000; substance. To offset this the Legion 1 care, muuvu iu cvriy cuiuiuuuiiy luu.si losier move 60000 : ments for the betterment of everv one Saxby 4.0 Fuller Bros 3.9 Payne " ..1..3.8 Hillside .........3.8 Conley 3.6 San JoSjO 41 Stark . 3.7 Pure Milk Depot . .3.0 West 4.5 Artesia " 3.9 Guerrero 3.9 Hillside ...5.8 San Jose 4.2 Stark 4.0 Pure Milk Depot . .4.4 P.oths Grocery 4.1 9.03 8.73 9.06 9.06 S.CO 8.98 9.22 8.60 8.78 8.83 9.91 9.04 902 8.98 9.11 8.97 manent department of the Legion to carry on this work through Red Cross funds or money ' obtained from some other source; One endorsing the Arizona Land set tlement act and urging that commit- the industrial depression, pointing out ' that in the smaller towns the post ' were almost 100 per cent. j The changes in the constitution 1 adopted at yesterday's meeting were I minor in importance and included a j change in the policy of selecting the j . next convention city. The constitution of Cacili-1 specifically provided that the conven tion be held on the Third Monday in September, and under the amendment : adopted the next place and date will be decided by the convention. This" i " j uimc ur.ai3c, nitxuy latuicu JIU1U- j j ing the convention In the northern ; part of the state earlier than in a ! southern city because of the climatic 1 conditions. Any post in the state can send more than the two delegates alloted under ! the original constitution, but theyi have only a fractional vote, under an amendment adopted. As an example, ' Chairman Martin explained a post en titled to three seats In the convention could send six delegates with only one half a vote each, or twelve with one ; 110000 j He referred to the work the national 45000 j department did for the wounded and 150000 disabled ex-service men and the part 300000 1 they played in getting through the ad-j bill 65000 justed compensation bill. O quarted vote each. This amendment tees from all service organizations be 1 was suggested, Martin said, to in- j appointed and formed into a central crease the attendance at the state con-! committee to work out plans for the ad ! vent ions because many refuse to ad ministration of this act; i tend unless they are delegates. ; une commending the work of J. Mul- I will no b compulorv o pay a full: of the U. S. eVterans Bureau yar' dues if a member jois he Ameri-' 1 wiiii neuuquuriers m Tucson; can Legion in July, under an amend- une urging widening of the powers ! ment adopted. The new member will of the vocational training board; One endorsing the sweet bill; One opposing the Johnson Swing I On advocating the establishment of employment bureaus in each post to work in conjunction with a bureau 120000' "Thousands of the boys came home 125000 1 broken in mind and body expecting 10 55000! be taken care of. But the government maintained by the state department; 100000 j was not ready for them and it was One urging the permanent appoint- 8000 j through the efforts of the American ment of Thomas Y. Bent as contact 75000 , Legion that the proper machinery was representative of the TJ. S. eVterans 70000 installed and is now functioning to bureau at Tucson. be required to pay for six months only and the additional national dues. The final amendment to the consti tution was the removing of the publi city, work from the office of the state historian to the department, who is more in touch with the situation. A vote of thanks to the department officers for the . sacrifices they made during the past year was taken. j Commander Bird told of the plan In- j augrated last year by every post in m umi li. alii in uiijiaMn.Mwwya I "ST ytfty Sugar's never too sweet; coffee's S I never too strong. If you buy coffee 1 I If tiat hasnt the strength of MJ-B, no lg J &3 I I O Jil matter how you prepare it, you cant ijL j IlKPiI get the flavor of real good coffee. 1 I MJ-Bs strength enables you to make ' ' ; : Lmt l$r your coffee strong or mild, according ; M Willi III llll llinilBIIIIIIIIIMI W i mm " Ii1 mm fmm III m wffWRm 'urw LP1 I jlL . . "... .-!-' li n Ev 2k Review the New Fall Arrivals Here ceptional Va lies Women's Poiret Twill and Canton Crepe Dresses ; latest , models ; all sizes and colors. Specially priced Women's Poiret Twill Suits. Specially priced. $25.00 $35.00 Women s Coats with and without fur; in the leading shades ; all sizes. New models. $25.00 Women's Wool Skirts; big assort ment of novelty stripes and CjC QC colors. Specially priced VvF.iU Women's Silk Petticoats, fine quality. Good range of colors and C0 QC sizes. Specially priced J)JO Women's Blouses in all the newest creations and color combinations of Canton Crepe and Crepe de Chine. All sizes. $7.50, $8.50 and. $10.00 Women's Crepe Blouses; Flesh and White; prettily trimmed. d9 QC New models; all sizes All-Wool Slip-on Sweaters; good range of colors and sizes. CO CA Specially priced JUU Women's Outing Flannel large assortment of stripes. Heavy grade Gowns; $1.50 Women's Sport and Street Hats ; big line of new models to OH select from vv vf U Children's AH-Wool Coats; newest style;, large selection of C Afk colors; all sizes. $5.00 to. y0VU Children's Wool Dresses; trimmed; new styles; all sizes. $3.00 to prettily. $12.50 Children's Bath Robes; good weight and large selection of pat- C0 CA terns and colors. 98c to.... y NOTE A wonderful display of Afternoon, Evening and Party Dresses in all the newest models and colors, are here for your inspection. J I m V x; to y ' jir"!, ft ... , m nii-JU , rwiimiimi, i.'.iiimii. t i i TBT . rfmi ii rMTimriwiirTTr '