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COPPER PRICES Ave. for mo. of June .13576 Ave for mo of July .13653 Ave for mo. of Auk. .13723 Ave. monih of Sept. .1374 Wk end. Off. 4. ave .i:.75. Wk. end. Oct. 4, flose .1375 THE WEATHER Arizona: Sunday anil Mon day f.iir; slightly warmer. VOL. 26 NO. 240 BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1922 Price Five Cents v DRY' ENFORCEMENT CLAMPS DOWN ON VESSELS : Lj : , .... Ay 1 i 4 .4 Yankees Drop One More Game To Giants 0 o o GIANTS PROVE ; SUPERIOR !N i utmiv nniMPi niHVi oumu Sending Parties THRARIANR RFC rind 48 Dead ln Bin nr m n ir Ontario FirP AypA H I U U I U. 0. I !" Poor Work of Yanks on Base Running Costs Them Ad vantage in Batting i f l COBALT, Ont., Oct.. 7 Provincial i i police had identified 4S bodies recov-j j ered by searching parties for the. I northern Ontario forest area, swept ARFA RFSTfiRrl nilL.il IILU I UI1L.U Mrs. Angus Arbuckle Fatally Injured By Speeding Auto; Alleged Driver Is Arrested ORDER LIQUOR I I UNLQADEQ II ! i mi cuiDDimr : (ILL Jill! I HID BOARD LINERS I i i Willi property loss it is reach $15,000,000. t ! Refugees from the outlying districts j are still arriving in Cobalt are being! NEED ONE MORE GAME 'cared lor by the Red Cross and the; ! agencies. The Ontario government! I has ordered an official investigation! bv flames Wednesday and entailing Ameircan Protection Sought I Vie cut b on Main street, near the Brophy Garage D names wecinesua anu erujmiiK s ! Arbuckle was still unconscious and it was doub Mrs. Angus Arbuckle, a pioneer resident of Arizona, was fatally injured I Annilnr(l All Vccile Plonr. 'and her granddaughter, Sibyl Moore, aged 8 years, was badly bruised late last . I night when an automobile, speeding through Lowell at a rate estimated be- j ing tor U. S. After Uct. 4 u u siiuvn i, ...... ....... , - ..M ...... . -Miniort r- rrnhimtinn j - - estimated may by Thrace Christians if Turks Given Region At 1:30 this morning Mrs. j bted that she Would, recover, i R STORES IRE SEALED UP UNDER NEMAN Incoming Vessels Are First to Feel Effects of Decision by Attorney General The little' girl was not seriously injured, but was still in the C. & A. hospital, j WORK ON REGULATIONS BOARD SHIPS GO i niny mmuics auer mc acciQcni ricsiun diic, unvcr ui an iwc iiui for th Bisbee Improvement Company, was placed under arrest. Later Frank j 'DRY' Giants Quick to Take Any Advantage of Sloppy Weather Breaks -!..! U: . k. I n I . 1 A I I I A . ,1 M .. MM ft, m A , ..I.... CONSTERNATION RULES i under arrest. Galusha was released 'on his own recognizance and taken to j his home in Warren. Bailey was held by Constable Henry Bohmfalk and Deputy Sheriffs Billy Ryan and Jack Armstrong of the cause of the fire. NEW YORK. Oct. 7 (By The As-1 sociated Press.) Rain drops and i brain flops sent the New York AmerH cans down to another defeat today in : their almost hopeless fight with the j local National Leaguers for the base ball championship of the world. J The Giants made four fruns, barely ', enough to win, because they were ; bright boys and fast on the muddy IX IIS r i ah: Y..u t ..... ' t,: j LCLidl C nillCS VV UU1U V lUiaiC i "is niciy w'i u"'u. I r ni j . f 1 1 r I Witnesses declare that Mrs. Arbuc-O j reace rieage, luritisn rorcc i Enters Neutral Zone Early this morning Bailey DEATR PUZZLE TO DETECTIVES i ATHENS, Oct. 7 (By the Associat ive and her granddaughter were Bailey and sal(l Bailey drank only struck by a Dodge touring car that; three giasses of beer. Galusha also admitted that Bailey had driven the raced under the Lowell bridge, knock' ed the women and girl "down as it ied Press)-Twenty-eight Greek Chris-! swerveu near ine euro ana men speeu tian deputies of Thrace in the Greek uu .U"U,,R" l" A w,e u" ! notinnnl Qwoomhlv Viqvo rahlAft Prpci-l1' ItlUge. j dent Harding and the American con-j car through Lowell at a good rate of speed. . He seemed surprised when asked if the tar had struck anybody. The night garage man at: ..Not tliat x know of(- sai1 Galusha, , "I was watching the fire when we Delay in Enforcement Does Many Passengers Threaten Not Apply to Vessels Sail- j to Leave American Ship on ing Under U. S. Flag Eve of Ship's Sailing ! gress seeking protection for the Greek the accident, hurried to the two vic-;went through Lowell." (Armenian and other Christian popula- t,ms- A hasty ance led him to be-; Then GaTusha was t WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Foreign, NEW YORK, Oct. 7. (By the Asso and American vessels sailing for the'ciate1 Press) There was the usual United States after October 14. next, i '.'tnoaninS of lh bar" xVon ner pull- : ing out to sea today, despite Attornev will be subject to the prohibition . General DaUghterys ruling on hiix agains: the bringing of intoxicating seas liquor and the announcement of liquors into American territorial wat-, Chairman Lasker at Washington that lers. it wa announced tnnisrhr nt the a1 shipping board craft had been or- i treasury department. base paths, pelted with rain during Solitary Hair Only Clue to 1 11 every minute of the battle. Thean-j oi r ak -n i t (t taken into Red's i it . "r v. ,i .1 tions in eastern Thrace, should that uet! lIldL rt,UU(-tlf j Service Station, where the Dodge car area be turned over to the Turks. ! He turned his attention to the little :had 5een piaCed by officers. He was The Christians of Thrace savs the ' " ' -jsnown a ueep aeni in me rigni rear .. . ..... -r . ! Both Victims were rushed to the C. fp.wlpr anil ttie hlnnd an.t hair on the Slayer of Man Who Led Dual Elxistence kees got only three runs because they : thought and moved slowly, or not at 1 all, in the high moments of their; attack. ; PHOENIX, Oct. 7. (By th Associa Such breaks in luck as could be : ted Press)A singie long dark col K ..mail nnnn t lia c rtnnv WMT npr T 11 - 1 message, are in a state of consterna-, tion over the probable terms of the & A. hospital. ! fender. Constable Bohmfalk informed Mnflania armistice wherehv eastern! Deputy Sheriff Ryan, notified of the , him point blank that the Thrace will be restored to Turkey. I accident and given a description of j struck a woman and child "They are under no illusion of the car had Galusha the car, recalled having seen Mr. and , did not seem able to comprehend this. , . ... ., ... . . i Mrs. Galusha, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and -Do you know this car killed fate awaiting them if this iniquitous! , , .... . . , . . , in- n . n ! " a A. 11 1. T 11 11 decision is carried out. continues the1 cno nf . a ;t orel hair one that carries a elint of i messaee. for no naner guarantees i . . . . ! ...... ore,l the Giants, who took ouick ad-V v. , ,.-u, I m finiimo nf QnV an wenl 10 baue s nome- Piace thought Mrs. Arbuckle had been vntne of them iii a sudden fifth;,.. v, ,..., ...:., oL T,i.!.h mnmi... o,i Kmuat un(,er arrest and took h,m 10 the;stantly killed.) r n,i nrn,i,,reH all of their ! V' " " ..7 1 , . 7 " ! . . sne of the accident, where a large .tiiwufe - - joiin iuomgoiiiery auu ms ueputiea ; majva Ditri. ui turn uciciiinuaiiuu But the Yankees could nave The deputies protest against such a decision and denounce it as "a re- 'Killed her? runs, nut tne lanitees couio nave have had to work on since the body j to wipe out the Christian populations won the game in spite of the adverse oI Guy rjernier was found floating in under Turkish rule by massacres fortune had they made use or tneir:the AriZOna oanal, the afternoon of legs and heads with as much vigor as ser,tmeber 12. This one hair, care- thev nut into SWineillC their heavy i f..ii,. ctnrli,i in on unvolniu In tho clwr. ' r,:: ,-.,:i:i:. : -J m . m.jvF.vv4..M.v...v.wi.v.. w..v . 7i UdLII IlllSliaU L1V 1 1 KtCl L l'll U 11 11 fire- bats. jiff's safe was found clinging to one j the most glaring act of international! -we hart heen i.mini. ....v...-. ----- oi ut'ruf r s ganueius snuriiy antrr ins ; jnjusiice ana Dau iaun in modern nis-; ca;,i "hut nam uinrn uwu wnj uc in.c ..v. ; DO(lv was tound. it was ansoiuteiy i tory." Thev declare that at the close a large Galusha seemed dazed. crowd had gathered. Contable Balm-: who?" he asked. falk took charge of the investigation.! "Mrs. Angus Arbuckle." Bailey, whose mind did not seem en-, Galusha was obviously stunned by dered to travel drv. I Incoming vessels were the first to tirely clear at the time, taked readily i of the trip from Galusha's home to the down to Naco," he some beer. this. ' Mrs. Arbuckle killed Mrs. Arbuc kle? Why, that can't be possible." He stood still, but his fingers twitch- had nothing to drink but i e(j spasmodically. He looked hopeless When the alarm came in in- at oRhmfalk ami then shruejred his tory to renew their 1921 lease upon,the oni.. thine tound amone Dernier's the title of world's baseball cham- j efercts that did not belong to him, pions. The depressed Yankees findj saia tne sheriff today, themselves up against a barrier that j sheriff Montgomery, returned today few think they can surmount. They,fro ma tour 0f towns in the southeast must win fur games in succession to(I,art ot tne state in connection with escape anot ner aowniaii ai iue t,ie case. Aiso Deputy Sheriff W. Beu , to the government and people of the' we didn't, but if we did I didn't know , :i w., of the McGraw men. The Yankees , reUirned from Los Angeles He dis-lUnited States who have never turned l thin,, ahont it Anvwav if ma - h. f , ... . . , . .. ....... ' IHKKIl 1J I11S IIU1IIP UIIUIU started off with a rush and a furious tMHindins: of the ball in the first inn- rj n a - i ii n tna o lime rrnvn t hn ... . " we an got into tne car and Air. Gal- shouiders. Galusha apeared striken Christians Of the Ottoman Empire 11Bn -a-hrt i fira r-hier told mo tn -.i c , ., . , . , . us.ua, wno is me cniei, 101a me 10;., grief and unable to comprehend Sfw i from 'drive like hell I guess we went eln events of the evenin. Bohmfalk Turks and Thrace was annexed to j through Low&ll pretty fast, but I don't j tojj him there was no dougbt but ureece d tne treat. j remember see?ng anyone and I don't ; wnat the car in which he and Bailey in uu uuui ui ueapair we appeal ; reiueniuer nuiing anyone, i ugn I say;ro(e to tne fjre jia(j struck Mrs. Ar- as then further T1.-.C i i nn tn Avfow tn tYia nocA nf ! i feel the effcts of t lie attorney general's these craft the enforcement of Attor-j ruling. Qn ai.riviag in Iort, ach vs. ney General Daugherty's ruling with sel. irrespective of the flag she flew, respect to the prohibition of the trans-' was hoarded by customs officials, who portation of liquor cargoes tfr stores: lotke,l and seale aI1 I,ars' lifl"or . . I stores and even the private supplies was made by President Harding. The , , of ship s officers and seamen. executive in a letter to Secretary Mel; confronted by the possibility of a lin said any earlier attempt at en-' parched voyage across the Atlantic, forcenient in the absence or due not-, a score of passengers scheduled for ice and ample regulation, "would belthe shipping board craft America. inconsistent with the just dealings 1 threatened to leave the ship at the and have a tendency to disrupt need-!last minute. Only when officers of lessly the ways of commerce." ! the United American lines, who man- .. ' . , , , , . , . age the vessel assured the thirsty oiihs This delay in enforcement does not , .... . ,i . ! that in the absence of definite instruc o,nli. tn tna DQla nf lntnYU'ntintr lilt- . ! . ... , ', tions from Washington the bars would uors on vessels sailing under the Am-' , , ... ,., erican flag." the president said. Im-! fs the sh,p able to mediate cessation of such sales was dePart wi,h 1,er ful1 sf,1,nB llst' , ! ordered yesterday by Mr. Harding af- , Tllere was, Prov iso however wh.cl, iter the attorney general's ruling had ske'',,CS eyed t nnsgiv.ncs. Orders ,,, ,. , might come, said the oficials, in timrt been presented to him. . . . . . , , : to be transmitted to the America by i Masters of shipping board vessels , Wh.elpss in which case the bars n)!cht I were ordered today by Chairman Las' sea,ed ,n mK1 QCean ! ker to remove and surrender to treas-l Thp MaJestj Ma8lodon of the s,,as, iy officials all intox.cat.ng liquors !ljkewise saUeA withmU interferenct, I dWdlu Mltll iui. Illuiur. urii... ,.,1C!,nw Q,,thnritia etrective immediately as 10 snips in claims responsibility for much of the j a deaf ear to the cry of the oppressed! hit some one, we didn't intend to." intur1:... nrih.,H.1 tn t!im voctonUir . l ,. .1. . ... , . ... , ,quwuuuiu6. vumi.eiuc a..u jv. jLe mump me puwniui mierveiiimii iiaiiey seemed eager to taiK 10 , throiiph the crowd under the sui ii, tho nn,.ct itv tn u-liloh ho ia iin.;f i':..i . ... ... ... . .... (ler mrougn llie crowu, unuer lue ui ....I.. 1-1 1 ;. ... r iwtw on. o-nvo inp r imiif i uduu um-iivit it, tma rntici r" . T ,11 vn nA Kiin.i r.r ,1.. T . . 1 o . ,A .n.. r . ... . - .... . . . ' " mthP fifth " Vr."T; '..V . .I. r,:.:Tf r.' u". ""."'"'""r1""'1 111 bp,ie. .or u,e aavice .OIivellance of officers. He was later .iid3i 1 iuaru I u iiavcr &niu tiiat luc 11010 ui 1 um iireaiuui iai fate decreed against us , friends to say nothing more until he their home ports and will be made effective on those at sea and in for eign ports upon their arrival in the United States. "If any officer or member of the crew either on passenger or cargo the Giants began a hit-and-run-attack. , .suspects in tne Dernier case had i through no fault of ours. In the name '. was aide to think more r iariv Helped along by freakish bounds of narrowed down to two prominent bus-1 of justice, humanity, civilization and! Deputy Sheriff Armstrong went to , , . l. .. ......1.1,, K..11 thia rullv Relit four ! tn..oo DUnntv" TJoll cloluo ,.t .. -.I,-:...: I. . r. . ,. ," , ... , ... . ! tO 11X DOnl i taken to the Lowell jail and then rev. shinS." the order said, "is found there quested that justice L'raig ne caueu after to possess liquor on ship he. the muddy ball, this rally sent four,iness n)en of Phoenix" Bell states that j our common Christianity we ask the ' Galusha's home and placed him in ar-j Ql L an,t nnt cjh-r ! mm runs across the palte. ! the Los Angeles story originated al- support of the American government ! rest. . When Galusha was brought to,.ff o?ff ctn?t.,it Aaron Ward, the Yankees' second !niost in its entirety, with a Los Ange- and people in our demand that if' the scene of the accident and ques-i. 1 , y J ? staitea rom io, tion of the la baseman, got his second home run of ;iPS county deputy sheriff the series in the seventh, hut there. "There are perhaps 20 men was no one on uase, as mere umwouia nave naa a motive ior Killing have been had Bob Meusel used better ; H(jy Dernier." said Sheriff Montgom fliscretion In running to first a mo-j pry today "He lived a dual life His merit before, and the Giants remained ; familiars were to be found in all strata in the lead. Once more in the ninth , ef society, Trom the top to the dregs, j the Yankees were able to hit Hugh .jie was the courtier to the housemaid! McQuillan had enough to warrant a or to her mistress. He hobnobbed score, but they went down without one I with pillars of society and with boot-bec-ause of faulty base running. ' leggers. To say that this man or that Fate stuck out a mean, wet and . man, especially at this time, is the; slippery finger at Carl Mays in the man who killed Guy Dermier would be ! fifth inning and marked him for de- j foolish." , i . . . . .1 ft Y. I ..... 1 1 . . . .. . ' fmit Had the tiav oeen nry auu iuc , in an oi our lavesuKuuuiis, cun- ques- I oreece must evacuate i nrace, i uik-; tioned by BanmtalK, he seemed una whojish rule shall not be re-established in; ware of anything unusual. Galusha (Continued on Pago Two) ! answered all questions frankly. He ! admitted having been to Naco with T E HOUSES SED.1 GRGPS IIP RAZED BY FIRE! AGAIN IN PROBE her $10,000 supply of liquor ready for the expect led onslaugh beyond the three mile 'limit. White Star line chiefs declined to discuss Mr. Daugherty's ruling ex cept to say "it apparent! won't hit the Majestic flu's time." The absence, of customs officials al ' so lent spirits to the departure of the i"M.,lin "...... .-liis.h cjil...l fnf rftftrinfl , ... . .... j UlU u vrj.nir, niinii j-umu ivi vnu.iu. shall be immediately removed perma-; . . . . .. . , .... i . IctllU .itlllt-a Willi t-ll Piuinru n.v r. i the service and his viola-1 1 . , i , .v., rne noi oniv carrieu a supiy inr pa- w reported to the proper: , . stone for Bisbee Immediately on being I district attorney." :ensers " sevetra ""' advised of the accident, believing the; A formaI Ilotice to forcign steam-' wiu for ier ,Ua,,an ,crew- rl in driver of the car had fled after the ac ' ship ,ines and to lines operating pri- NalIps "n?r contract t in cident. They arrived in Lowell about vately owned American craft of the ulating wine with each meal. 1 o'clock. application of the prohibition amend ! Kv hp ,,ar Waf UK ment and enforcement act to carriers : Tom ins quarters so noroug n as .ne i : . . v. A .1... . . . ... i ..rii..iolk i, eiiQlin waters nrobablv ! Juu "l " -!,i""" ,nni.io ... n......-. Mrs. Arbuckle's skull was fractured i and her left shoulder was almost J severed. There is no sidewalk where the accident occurd, and, from the na i ture of her injuries and the dents ami j blood in the fender of the Dodge car, it appeared that she might have l crouched down as the car raced around the turn and swerved toward her and ! the little girl. j Cat. i in i"v - ' - i t f ft m j u r infield soil trustworthy, the underhand j tinued the sheriff." we are constantly j Frame Dwelling on Cowan : otory or Mysterious Car Is j twirler would probably have shut out j finding evidence of Dernier's affairs Rid Near Qypper Queen ' Heard From Another Source j DISCARDED LOVER SHOOTS AND ti. r.ianta in that inniiic. as he did ! with women many women, not one or i . . . . . i i i lyiuvnin uiy kjm. a w a m.. K , s .I i Hnsmta I )pctrnir,vH in Uouble lvlurder Uise in all the rest. jtwo and these investigations have led 1 But luck turned against him Horn the vefy start of the inning. Snyder, the first Giant at bat. sent a roller to i ........ T,.,.V,iir fr h i. rtlllrl ta hall Knorisiuu. i uuv ii.uk ... . took a. oueer bound and Scott could ; jife connected us all over the state and into Califor-j nia. i "We have discovered" will 1,- pKp poriv npvt Wppu. ' 1 her liquor supply when the stock- Meantime, international rewnuoiholm docked today. The private commissioner Blair is having formu-j stocks of the captain and the crew lated the necessary regulations to en-:who came into port unwarned of the force the law with respect to foreign j Oaugherty rule were sealed tight, and privately owned American craft.! But while they looked on in grieved There was no indication when thes"! silence there was one exultant pass- enger, Mrs. Lydia Johnson, of l'lerre S. D., who cheered the officials in ! their task. She is a prohibitionist, ! worker, just returned from an unsuc ! cessful campaign to make Norway 1 and Sweden dry. , 1 regulations would be completed. I Three frame buildings on Cowan1 NEW BRUNSWICK. Oct. 8. A man the sheriff Ridge, near the Copper Queen hospi-and woman believed to have seen the Touching the mud, the ball went on. "that the side of Dernier's tal, were almost completely destroyed ; murder of the Iiev. Edward Wheeler with the underworld by fire late last night. The buildines 1,au ana -Mrs- tieanor Heiniiardt Alius only knock it down, giving Snyder an was unknown to his friends of respec-J were owned by Anton B. Anderson, choir singer on the night of Septem infield hit. McQuillan then struck a liable society. As far as narrowing i Sidney Harris and Paul Schultz. An-ibe- H. were being sought by investi- two bagger into left field. Bancroft, j down our suspicions is concerned it I derson said his loss would total $2500.1 Kators tonight. the next batter, hit a short bounder amounts to just this: Dernier might . The additional loss will probably bring j If the couple can be found and made WOUNDS WOMAN AND FATHER-IN-LAW; LATER TAKES OWN LIFE (Continued on I'aire Two) TRENTON, N. J., Oct 7. Enraged i he went to the Matthews home and de- Voliva Predicts New because Mrs. Joseph Matthews re-; manded that Mrs. Matthews go back World War; England, toward Ward, who raced in and it nave Deen Kineu ny a jeaious uusdhmu the total to $4UU() or 4r.oo. , lIlrr siuij, uiu u is er-in-law at their home in Cookstown, seemed Snyder would surely De ; or ne may nave aieu Dy me nana ui , All(ierson saJd tne fire was started cu u."avr "e"u-T, recomueu i , brought the unconscious woman to a fused to elope with him. Charles M. to I'Tiiladelphia with him. Slnnn. or Philadelphia, today snot and i The elder Matthews intervened nc- j t rj j CJlwl.ini, T wounded Mrs. Matthews and her fath-1 COi-dingr to the police and after a strug-1 U 10 OllCCOr JL S thrown out at the plate. But this ball, j some prostitute's paramour.' to, hopped in an unusual manner and iny uiecuv lis i-arnaiu ..U house8. Anderson said he jumped went over Ward's head, so that both:J. T Bledsoe, special investigator tor ffom tQe 8eL.ond story of hi3 holl8e when a lamp exploded in one of the eir friends' investigators believe hospital here and then onded his own Snyder and McQuillan reached nome. The score had been tied and there was no one out. Mays began pitching (Continued on Page Two) the county attorney's office, who have am, wag a,)le Q Mye on,y a fpw arti that the mystery or the double mur-:life Wjth three bullets in the head der will be solved. According to the reports the two i i.: a. f, nr,F:..nwwi uiru miming uii i it- wr, iirai 11 mru j t.gg Slienff Montgomery's statements i of clothing before the building ! m,ssiin8 witnesses were themselves in i. not' se'riousIv hurt was a mass of flames. Warren and , I Lowell fire departments responded to! Jq-yj Veterans to tlie aiarm tue "ames nai' spread! ( j nu ruuiiuy iiiui jm acucauy iiuiunig mil TlrCe T?pplppfQrii charred walls reniained after the three " i buildings had been drenched with a frnliltn rnl frinired iiiith nrar thp red dirt road running into the Phil-! Shinn- according to the police, had lips farm when they saw an automo gle Shinn shot him through the shoul der. He then turned the gun on Mrs. Matthews, inflicting three body wounds. Apparently overcome by remorse, he seized the wounded woman, bundled her into a jitney bus and told the driv or to hasten to Mercer county hospital been attentive to Mrs. Matthews for , where he helped attendants carry her Mrs. Matthews was reported to bein a serious condition. The father in-law bile with a sedan body dash up the! several years. About two years Ocean Freighter and Tanker in Collision! des moineso7T 7-Membe of' atetr- A',led hty a r,re ; 1v,,,,un1tel,ersi n-' X il 11 IV V." I UI VUllio w lj department of lhe American two departments ,u.ck y laul hun-l th Legion will urge SAN FRANCISCO. Cai., uci. ,. me Hanford MacNider of Mason City, la freighter Walter A. Luckenbach aiidn8 national commander of the Legion the tanker Lyman Stewart, owned b.Vat tne national convention to be held the Union Oil Company, were in ol-,in Npw Orleans beginning October 16 lision in the Golden Gate late today jt was announced at state headquar and afterward the Stewart droveltf?rs today. Iowa will have approxi- the re-election of! dred8. of of ,,ose- and' in an '"'i she met Joseph Matthews, then a sol dier at Camp Dix, fell in love and -t i : . l. i.:... . i,Hl..,,.l 1 ...l..,... I eiUH U Wltll llliu lu iiimiiii, i n., w in i they were married. Mrs. Matthews went to live with the credibly short time, were pouring sev .i ,i. fi i...n.i i screaming ciai on ruuia in 1.11.; iinuiiu ings. At the Copper Queen hospital, hard ly more than 150 feet from the burn 1 lane. It occupants were shouting, ac j cording, to the story, and in sight of the couple hidden by the golden rods. ve shots Hashed in the darkness. iee Hi iu.v cuv .-..,.,, l. !... toh nt it" others after a distinct, pause. The p''r aiaiuiews, hi ....-1 .- agO mio l ne operaiing ruwui. As he started to walk out he stoiv ped suddenly and drew a pistol from his pocket. "This gun has got nie into a lot o'f trouble today" he was heard to say. "I might as well make a com- nf wnnmn-i,, ti, in,i tier liusnano returned io tamp car added to the fright of the couple n.nn. tne ponce sa soon .eaii.eu in th.. MHth I Matthews had been sent to the mili- Th.. ,ii-.. u-if TiPKKPfl a u tli tnrv lrn5 I tary i' " K' " " v j Uix, ! He then shot himself three times in the head, dying about two hours later. irison at Levean worth for some offense, visited Mrs. Matthews, and in- mately fifty accredited delegate at the convention and plans to send !rfil nn wish to have their urpHei.ee ine buildings, roofs were kert drench" : .1 . ........lft,,! anA rQ , n,.!ducod her to leave with him. - 111 III 71 I Pt 1 1 1 T. V IVll Cl VI VI 1(111 IU Auv. aground near the Cliff House. The Luckenbach, under her own power, re turned to a dock here. The Stewart's crew was taken off. j for ex service men. The Iowa dele-j tients in case the blaee spread to the.wnj(.n tue" shooting Three tugs went to her aid but an: gates will urge MacNider's re election hospital, but the quick work of the fire; tirH) j( contained a finished ed with water to offset the danger j ,i. Mrhv whpm thn min had I When Matthews recently from flying Bparks. Even-thing was;,prt , id automobTle. While thev were!his crm he vent t0 Philadelphia anl ! about J.000 visitors to the gatheringi In readiness to quickly remove P- there thev again sa wthe sedan in induced her to return to tho Matthews This Hme at uuoksioii. two Shimm. the police say, followed, ac-; iconipanied by Charles H. Cliver, a I friend. Leaving Cliver at Wrightstown' hour after the collision had not movefl 1 as an endorsement of his insistent I departments her 'campaign for the soldier bonn?. J damage. occured. woman and prevented additional I (Continued on Vast Two) AGAIN TODAY! Tho service being rendered by The Review, giving the play by play bulletins of The Associated Press, 011 the world s series games will be continued today (Sunday as usual. Posting of bulletins will start at 11 o'clock this morning. CHICAGO. Oct. 7 Wilbur Glenn j Voliva. overseer of Zion City, 111., to , day pronounced a prophecy, gleaned from between the lines of scripture. ! he said, of a forthcoming world war in which England and the United States will succor the Jews from the ravages of all other peoples. There will be three alliances of na- tions, according to Voliva- Russia. Japan. China and German) under the leadership of Trotzk). will form one; ten nations of western Europe, appear ing as the ten limns that Daniel saw in his interpretation of Nebuchadnez zar's dream, will comprise the second, and the Cnited States and Great Brit ain hand in hand with Jehovah, the third. All of the fighting, according to Voliva. will be over th Jews and their desire to fulfill biblical prophe sies to test ore Palestine. In the meantime, however. Voliva' saw Israel as saved by American and British aviators. fl)i'ig with their planes filled with .lews toward Palestine.