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Page Two THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW TKurs'day Morning, September 21, 1922 ALLEGED BANK EMBEZZLER IS E5 T Charged With Embezzlement From Patagonia Bank, He Surrenders Quietly Fear for American College at Constantinople. NOGALES, Sept. 20. In spite of the Tact that he was armed with a big revolver and a Ions keen dagger. A. B. Van Zandt, 22 year old bank clerk, who disappeared from Patago nia last Wednesday night. Surrender ed without resistance today when of ficers arrested him in Magdalena, Sonora, Mex., according to word re ceived here. Young Van Zandt is charged with the embezzlement of $2200 from the First State Bank of Patagonia, where he was employed. W. P. Capehart, president of the bank said today extradition papers would be prepared to bring the youth back to Arizona for trial. Young Van Zandt'a arrest, accord ing to the authorities, was the direct: result of his infatuation for a woman named "Carmen, said to he an In hiato of a resort in Nogales, Sonora, restricted district. Tho youth tele graphed this woman, the police say, asking her to meet him in Culiacan, but he neglected to send transporta tion and the woman turned the mes sage over to the police. Vithvoung Van Zaivlt were arrest ed two' Chinamen and a Mexican chauffeur.- The Chinese are held on a charge of fumishtng a hiding place for a fugitive from justice and the Mexican is said to have driven the automobile in which young Van Zandt fled from Nogales. p 7 n vrV a r 1 iSfr" :it mt$$ "V ... .iMrMm I - MiniYrti ir -- -Virr- - - --...v.a.-j.rf...-. J . ... , Crave fear is felt by Americans who have contributed thousands to the support of the American college at Constantinople for the safety of the college and its staff and students. The American college at Smyrna was burned. If the Turks seize Constantinople, the same fate may befall the college there. Below, the college; above a group of girl students, who may be seized for Turkish harems. Continued From Page One 1JI vl J ReliableWatch Repairing Many people who own val uable watches want to know who is going to han dle the watch on a repair Job. This fhop. for many years, has occupied a posi tion of, confidence in such v work because of its fidelity to a standard of workman ship, actual knowledge of the work, and prices that were and are fundamental-,, ly fair. A watch repaired at Bergquist's is a watch that has had proper atten tion. Think of this the next time you need such service. 1 Bergqtiist Jewelry' Co. sent might return. While the Alabama senator was talking, leaders agreed to have a vote before night, and the debate was clos ed by Senator McCilmber who warned that the bonus question could not be settled finally until it had been set- BONUS BILL FAILS (Continued from Paso One) liams. , . Total 2S. The house vote on the first pas- ho Vnnn., lout furfVl 93 IX' ft R on. A -"':;:; tied in accord with the judgment of 333 to 70, or 4.75 to one as compared i . . with 4.77 to'l today. The senate vote th J0rit- of, ngreBB. , ' todav compared with 47 to 22. by! , the power to destroy it o- . . , ,., .j day may be in existence," he said, which the measure' was first passed, ' ' . . V t , . ; ' that power will not continue in ex- on August 31. istence in my judgment, in the next Most of the house votes to sustain; few year8 j am lncHned to ga that the president were cast by members; tnis issue viu ;ve" . from eastern and southern states,! with western delegations voting al TTtl nPT'inC TIT TOrtiAV most solidly for the bill. There werej1 LJCIUC JUH 1WAI two changes in the senate. Senator! (Continued from Page One) Cameron. Republican, Arizona, who; . '. voted for the bonus originally, voting! terday by the defense shows the en to sustain the veto, while Senator Mc-i tire weight of the judicial department 'iKinlev, Republican. Illinois, who wasjf the government was called to sup 1 announced, was favorable to the bill Press them, he Sald ino tii firt votA waq i:iirpd aeainst Since Judge Wilkerson issued the If j nation-wide restraining order Septeni- Within an hour after the house act-!?" 1..Mr Esterlinf fnqed. there , .. :a - nas teen a remarkable decrease m ed the bill and the president's veto', message were sent to the senate. Dis! violence on many railroads. Indicat- j , "Gifts That LattV J . 9 BRITISH MOBILIZING Costume Slips These are almost an abso lute necessity with the straight-line dresses being shown this season. We are featuring these Slips right now, in several materials, all of which are "Double Shadow Proof." , , , , it proving still further, he added, that had been under way for some time,' . -.. . with Senator Reed, Democrat of Mis-j sourl, supporting the measure and; . I Senator Williams, Democrat, of Mis-j AUJUUKlNMlUN I 15 Uf sissippi opposing it. Senator Ashurst TT T T, . . .ii . -.v. tContlnued from Pae On) Democrat of Arizona, following with . an argument for the bonus and was' one minute. interrupted while the house clerk de-j "I suggest that the gentlemen from livered the bill. The president's veto! Wyoming be given an hour in which message then was read and when Sen- to tell what congress has failed to do ator Ashurst concluded Senator Mc- said Representative London, Socialist Cumber. Republican of North Dakota,! :ew York in charge of the bill, moved to defer action until tomorrow. This "brought a point of order from Senator Underwood of Alabama, the Democratic leader, who declared this would fix a time for consideration ofjsevres me Din ana mat tnis could be done; Tne eight nations called together only by a two-thirds mjority. Sever-! are Great Britain, France, Italy, Ja al senators urge that therebe no de-; an, Turkev. Greece. Rumania and ; lay, but senator AicturaDer expressea jURO siavia. me opinion mai u me matter wen Japan' inclusion at the last min over until tomorrow some senatorS)Ute canie aa suri)rise. n was due to favorable to the bonus who were ab-; Lord curzon's insistence. The British j foreign secretary told Premier Poin J care that his government frankly, feared the close association it had rea son to believe existed between Moscow and Angara, and Japan's presence, was desired to offset this bolshevik influence. (Continued from Page One) Charge Policeman With Manslaughter Following' Inquiry MOB 1 922 EXHIBIT IS . QF LAST YEAH Big Number of Out-of-Town Visitors View Exhibit and Sports at Warren " The second annual Cochise County Agricultural Exhibit occupied a most eventful day yesterday, closing late last night with a big dance at Vista Park. A large number of people from all parts of the county crowded the ex hibit at the municipal market, the poultry show across the street, and after lunch went to Warren Park for the rodeo and aquatic sports. The exhibit for this year surpassed that of last year, and .brought out some very surprising products to Bis bee people. Vegetables, field products, dairy products and orchard delicacies were ond isplay, all raised in Cochise county, and as fine as can be found in the entire country. Great interest was I manifested by farmers over the county and in many instances the competition for prizes was keen. Beautiful roses nd other flowers were1 on display and provoked much comment, entries being made from both valleys and the district. The dis play of flowers was much greater than that of last year. Poultry Exhibit ' The poultry exhibit that was ar ranged in the old garage building across the street from the agricultural ! display, was visited by hundreds of citizens who had no idea that there was such a variety of blooded poultry PHOENIX, Ariz., - Sept. 20. Police-j raised in the district. There were over man George W. Harding was charged 70 exhibits. with manslaughter in an indictment S. T. Clark, of Bisbee, carried off returned here toduv bv the Maricona the majority of the prizes in the county grand jury, following an inves- Rhode Island' class. He was also tigation of thet fatal shooting of Wylie j awarded the copper cup for the best Raymond Colvui, of Laveen, a week: display and ribbons for the best 6ingie ago Sunday night. It is expected that' comt ana nest nnoae isiana uea. in the father of the dead youth will file' the Ancona breed, Ralph Mayne was a formal complaint against the police-j given first prize for the best pen and ger. man. ; , j C. P. Hawkins second. In the White Chili Pepper: first, M. O. Rundall, "ioung Colvin wa3 shotNwhile drivine Wyandotte breed. Harry Mabry and second J. H. Allen, third J. L Barnes, an automobile along a Phoenix boule-i William Sliney carried oft the major- vard. Policeman Harding, who claim- ity of the ribbons, as in the Columbia ed the car was speeding admitted tip i Wyandotte class. Slittey was award tries. Each cowboy was to have three horses, to ride three laps, r He had to saddle his horse and start and at the end of each lap saddle another horse. Jimmy Kane with his string captured first money and Charles Gardner sec ond money. Agricultural Exhibit' Awards The following awards were made at the agricultural exhibit. The prizes were awarded as follows. Peaches: first, Mrs. H. A. Carlisle, no other entries. Grapes: first P. G. Beckett, second: A. C. Hinton, third: Ralph Dillman. Pears: first P. G. Beckett, second; G. W. Rouse, third; G. W. Rouse. "Apples: first P. G. Besckett, second P. G. Beckett, third; G. W. Rouse. Pomegranates: first A. C. Hintors, no other entries. Strawberries: first, A. C. Hintors, no other entries. Walnuts: first Ralph Dillman, no other entries. White onions: first M. O. Rundall, no other entries. Table onions, first J. A. Gumm, sec ond D. D. Stoner. Turnips: first M. 0.-Rundall, second M. O. Rundall. . . Corrots: first J. L. Barnes.' Table Beets: first J. L. Barnes, sec cond M. O. Rundall, third P. G. Beck ett. . t Tomatoes: first P. G. Beckett, sec ond P. G. Beckett, third Ralph Dillman. Sugar beets: first A. E. Sulger. Stock beets; first D. D.'stoner. Eggplant: -first M. O. Rundall, sec ond J. L. Barnes. Lettuce: first P. G. Beckett. Cabbage: first M. O. Rundall, sec ond M. O. Rundall, third Ck W. Rouse. Okra: first D. D. Stoner, second J. L. Barnes, third Ralph Dillman. Cantaloupes: first D. D. Stoner, sec ond jr H. Allen, third J. L. Barnes. . Honey dew: first A W. Bouldin, second G. W. Rouse, third J. I Barnes. Summer Squash scalloped: first J. H. Branch, second M. O. Rundall, third J. L. Barnes. . . Cucumbers: first A. E. Sulger, sec ond Ralph Dillman, third J. L. Barnes. Summer squash crooked , necked: first J. L. Barnes, second A. E. Sul ger. Parsley: first A. E. Sulger. Snap Beans: first, J. H. Allien, sec ond H. V. Johnston, third A. E. Sul- S.u re Relief FOR INDIGESTION 1 II . . i m 1 K2 6 Bell ans Hot water Sure Relief E ILL-AM S 25$ and 7 Packages Everywhere Sunflowers: First A. E. Sulger. Topary Beans: First Ralph Dili man. Other White Beans: First Ralph Dillman. , Pink Beans: Second T. G. Hodges. Alfalfa Hay: First W. I Kineaster Dry Farm Corn : First J. H. Branch Other Awards Observation Hive:" M. D. Van Hu len. ' ' Best Jar Honey: M. D. Van Hulen. Best Jar Honey: M. D. Van Hulen. Ranch Butter: First M. D. Van Hulen; second Ralph Dillman;. third H. V. Johnston. Cottage Cheese: A- W. Bouldin. Market Milk: First M. D. Van Hu len. Marked Cream: First M. D. Van Hulen. Best Field Grown Roses: , First Mrs. J. A. Gumm; second Margaret Murray; third Mrs. Larsen. Best Annuals: First 'Mrs. J. E Logan. Best Display Farm Products: First M. O. Rundall; second G. W. Rouse; third A. W. Bouldin. Best Display Grain First Lloyd Logan. Best Display Corn on Lloyd Logan; second A. third G- W. Rouse. Best Display Vegetables: O. Rimdall; second J. L. third G. W. Rouse. Largest Pumpkin: G. W. Celery: first P.G. Beckett. Pie Pumpkin: first F. M. Norris, sec ond F. M. Torris. W. Rouse, ing the shot that struck the lad but; ed the copper cup foi the best rose Field Pumpkin: first G. states that he fired at the tires of the ' comb, and ribbon, for the best White ; second Lloyd Logan speeding car. He claimed he fired : Wyandotte. He also secured the rib- casaba: second M. O. Rundall. only after young. Colvin had disre-1 bon for the best utility pen. garded signals to halt. ! W. M. Warner secured first and sec- L. L. Goree,, also of Laveen, who' ond prizes for his exhibit of Barred was riding with, Colvin at the time of ; Rocks. Robert Swanson, of Warren, the shooting, made a statement to the.; was awarded second and third prizes police "in which, he admitted, it was' for his exhibit of Black Minorcas. claimed, that he and Colvin had taken '; Tom Robinson, pf Don Luis, secured "a drink or two of .liquor." j first prize for his Black Minorca hens, for his White Rocks and for the beat ri tit y . white eggs. Oliver lUllie UVVner i William Hunter was the winner of I gan. Sweet Potatoes Sorghums: Stalk: First W. Bouldin; First M. Barnes; Rouse. Potted Plants: First Mrs. John A. Swanson. Boy Farm Products: First J- L. Barnes: second Ralph Dillman. Girls' Bouquet: First Margaret Murray. Green Pears: First Ralph Dillman; second T. G. Hodges. ' Head Hegari: First Ralph Dillman Canned Fruit: First Mrs. Scofield. Canned Vegetables: First Mrs. Bouldin. ' Dry Farm Grain Sorghum: First A. C. Hinters. THSOF SUFFERING MON ft Fine quality Nainsook Plain Surf Satin, Good quality .... $1.50 $2.50 IT7 "!yt f. ni H Extra fine stripe CO CQ Surf Satin Good quality Tub Silk I Silk Tricolette. Fine quality Silk Jersey. Extra fine. Redium Silk. Navy and Black $3.95 $5.95 $5.95 $6.50 El THE reliable Baking Powder economical and t excellent always pure and efficient. It leav ens at just fhe right time and in just Hhe right way. . Bake with Lytona ! rrr $on r Q- 1 " d ! i f. , .-. J y -4. .:iij.-i--ilU -I J f ; . Makes offer to French j- LOXDON, Sept. 20 The Paris cor j respondent of the Times understands j that Lord Cnrzon is prepared to offer (withdrawal of the British troops in : Chanak In exchange for naval co-op-; eration in defense of the straits. I . . . . . . t it r. 1 Yy l -p i , me juii vrpningion ciass. w. r. ui ' ISUrieCl DV DebriS! HerVas awarded the prize for the best j pen of- Rhode Island Whites. C. A. T Dillman, of Warren, secured several EL PASO, Sept. 20. E. Hirsch,; pri2eg for h5a Black Minorcas, as did owner of a silver mine near Hillsboro,! s E Howard, of Lowell. The prizes New Mexico, was buried under 28 feet, fQr the gilver Hambergers went to of debris when a part of the shaft, ISO ; w M. Foster, of Lowell, feet deep, caved, in. Rescue parties; The prize for the best display of are at work endeavoring to reach hinijbrown eggs went to Mrs. S. C. Chani but have litle hope of finding him alive Pj0n. as the shaft is a vertical one. Their j Best pen of Leghorns to George only hope lies in. the possibility that Howard. some of the timbers may have checked' Rodeo. the debris. Oscar Hirsch, a son, wasj The Cowboy sports were held in the working in tho mine at the time butjwarren Ball Park and were well at- escaped and rau four miles to the : tended. There were eighteen entries nearest telephone to obtain aid. An-;in the calf roping contest but out of other son. Homer! C. Hirsch, manager j that number only five succeeded in of the Hirsch Brothers Machine Rail-i catching their calves. The best time way Company, of El Paso, left for j of 27 and one fifth seconds was made Hillsboro to aid. ; (j,y w. L. Cook who won first prize of ; $200- Second money went to Harry , Harry Haverty who tied his calf in 30 seconds, amounting to $100. There Dpfip3 Officials;! were on,y two prlzes- ivcxica vyxxivlrtioj In tne bronco busting contest there Captain of Yacht ' were five entries. Harry Haverty cap- KEW YORK, Sept 20 Customs of tured first money and Leslie Jenkins ficials putting offn a skiff from the secona. former sub chaser Hahn to board the! In the cow pony race the Charlie Yacht Onward off the coast of New, Gardner horse took first money and Watermelon: First T. G. Hodges; I second G- W. Rouse. , Citron: First Lloyd Logan; second) T. G. Hodges; third Ralph Dillman. Hubbard Squash: 'First A. E. Sul-( ger; second T. G. Hodges. . ' .. ' Cashaw: First May Joiner; second, How Si Baltimore Girl ReCOV- L. Robles; third W. L. Kineaster. 1 .J 14 14 -HI, Irish Potatoes: First G. W. Rouse; j erca ner neaitn seconu Lioya lxigan; mira uioya im-, p.atftmn nr. i,h -'-T ammni i months I suffered with severe backache First F. M. Nor- First Lloyd j First A. W.j ris; second J. L. Barnes; third J. L. Barnes. Yams: First F. M. 'Norris; second A. ,W. Bouldin. Corn, Papago Sweet: Logan. Corn, Hickory King: Bouldin. Sunflower Seed: First A. E, Sulger Amber Cane: First T. E. Lattimer; second Lloyd Logan. . .. Sumac Cane: First Lloyd Logan. now You may use thia letter to help Forage Sorghum: First T. E. Lat-I other eirls, as the letters in your book timer: second Lloyd Logan; third G., helped me." ROSE Waidneb, 3013 III, and general weak ness I could not slceD comfortably at night for pains in my back. I found your book at home one day and after reading it be- Ean at once to take ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound. I have had very good results and iome of my girl friends are taking it W. Rouse. Milo Maize: First second' Lloyd Logan. Hegari: First T. E. G.v W. Rouse; Roseland Place, Baltimore, Md. That is the thought so often expressed ! in letters recommendmg Lydia iu. nnk- Tittimer- Beclhain'8 Vegetable Compound. These wo idiiimer, sec . W f tuow hnv j tv.v Rundall; third Ralph Dill-; deacribe their symptoms and state how ond Mi O. man. . i thtv wort' finallv made welL Just Dlain Sudan Grass: First Ralnh Dillman. statements, but they want other women Peans plants: First T- G. Hodges; to be helped, second J. H. Branch. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Corn- Peanuts, plants: First A. W. Boul- pound is a medicine made f rom medi dln; second T. G. Hodges. cinal roots iand herbs,and without drugs, ,r . . , . i to relieve the sickness women so of ten Silage Corn. Mex June: First Lloyd which indicted by backache, Logan; second A. W. Bouldin; third. wpak foclinirs. nervousness, and no am- the Pete Haverty entry second. 'In the relay race there were five en- Proposed Change Causes Storm in House of Deputies I PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. 20. .A : sform over the proposed iipw title of ,' the communion service in the prayer book of the Protestant Episcopal church broke late today -in the house I of deputies when the report of the ! house of bishops approving the new ; title raised by the commission on pray ; r book revision was taken up. It was not approved. ' So high was the feeling of some of , thf speakers that the Rev. Dr. Alex-' 1 ander Mann of Boston, chairman of ' the house, stopped the dfbale and 1 read prayers invoking a spirit of char - : r ! ; ' Tlie proposed new title of the com ' inunicn service was "The Divine Lit urgy Bting the order for tli Lord's supper or Holy Eucharist commonly called the Holy Communion." The matter will be referred to a . ronfprenc committee. Th fight was opened by Henry .' Hanley Hug of New Castle, Del. ! Jersey today, on suspicion that cases piled to her guard rail contained liq uor from the Bahamas met with de- naiuo ii mix ner capiam wno sioou ai.ton yacht, six weeks ago. She was the rail, his hand at his hip pocket j then 23 miles at sea and Chief Apple and pointed to the British flag the,' by of the dry navy says he knew her ship was flying. Tho officials return-to be loaded with liquor at that time, ed -to the Hahn and the Onward wenti unmolested. Ships of the dry navy A cathedral founded in 1010 is to encountered the Onward, a fast 98 be found in Basel Switzerland. ' G. W. Rouse. Silage Corn, Papago Sweet: First Lloyd Logan. ' ' ifl bition to get anything don or to go anywhere. It has helped many women. Why not try it? Change of Program Daily Except Mondays The Famous Valencia Onions Grown by. J A., Gumm, Hollywood Gardens, Benson, Arizona, will be on sale exclusively at the Phelps Dodge Mercantile Co.'s Stores AT 10c PER POUND Try them. 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