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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, January 03, 1903, Image 8',
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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1903
! Brief City News
. Will Visit Old Home.
MeGee, well known about The condition of Sesuea, the Mexi
rrlilay morning for his old can who was cut with a knife by Val-
home In Missouri where he will visit
for several weeks. He Is expected
back la Biabee In February.
For the Carnival.
Chas. Strong, who Is identified with
mining interests in this section left
OS Friday morning's train for Douglas,
later in the week he will visit El
Paso and remain over for the carnival.
Can't Fnd Him.
Nothing has been learned of the
wheareabouts of C. L. Houston, and
the search for him has been abandon
C& It is thought ''by many that he
has left the territory. Globe Belt.
After Oil Land.
An agent of W. C. Green who re
cently visited the old fields above
Riverside, Is said to be negotiating to
obtain control of all the oil claims
possible to secure there. Globe Sliver
A small wreck occurred Thursday
alternoon on the railroad between
Naco and Don Luis. Two freight
csrs were thrown on the track. It
took but a few hours to repair the
lamage, and trains were not delayed
to any extent.
Work Next Week.
It. R. Coleman who has the contract
for building the Cochlse-Naco Railway
connection with the Cananea road, was
la the city thi3 week enroute to Los
JLngeles. He expects to have twenty
teams at work next week and perhaps
100 men. Tucson Star.
President Dickson or the New Era
Hiring company has called a meeting
fn- npt Wnclneadav afternoon at 2
o'clock. It will be held in the com- j
pany's offices in the Post Office bund
ing The directors will have a num
ber of important matters to consider.
F. E. Perkins, for two years past
architect and builder for the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining Co.. and
E P. & S. W. R. R. Co., has resigned
his position and left yesterday for El
Paso. Mr. Perkins has not yet decided
Just where he wilt locate.
Fined Twenty-FtVc Dollars
Before Justice McDonald yesterday
Jame3 TJpchurch was fined $25 for as
saulting Charles Collins in the An
ner saloon Thursday evening with a
revolver. Collins Injury is only
sIpht, and he wa3 able yesterday to
resume his work with the railroad
It was rumored yesterday afternoon
42a a Mexican had been killed the
nlcht before at one of the wood
camps a few miles out of the city in.
Tombstone canyon. No one could be
found that knew anything about the
After Lewd Women
Marshal Henderson stated yesterday
Iliat the police will make an effort to
drive all the lewd women, who are
not living in the upper part of Brew
ery gulch, from the city. Yesterday
he had warrants made out for two who
hive been stopping at one of the room
Christian Sunday School.
The Christian church will start
tSeir Sunday school next Sunday Jan.
4th at opera house hall. All that are
not attending other Sunday schools
aic Invited to attend. Come and
bring your children.
Sunday school cemmences at 10 a.
James Rei:ing went to Douglas yes
terday to arange for the pipe work
tHat is to be done at the Copper
Queen store at Douglas. The com-,
pany intends to put in a perfect sys
tem of pipes that wi'l carry water
to- all parts of the building, to be- used
in case of fire. Reiling has charge of
tSc. pipe work for the Copper Queen
Deputy Court Reporter
W. W. Weed of this city has been
appointed deputy court reporter at
Tombstone in the district court. He
will be on duty next week when the
supreme court convenes with Chief
Justice Kent of Phoenix on the bench.
There are a number of important
cases to come up. Weed Is rated as
oaTe of the test stenographers in the
southwest. His abilities are well
known in this city.
Oh All Sides
J. S. Palmsrlee. general manager of
ltd Huachuca Consolidated Develop
ment company, left yesterday for the
company's mines in the Huachuca
mountains. During his stay he will
lay out future work and increase the
present working force. Since his last
trip two weeks ago, good showings
have been made, and he says he isn't
expecting to find oro soon for he al-
ready has It on all sides.. The Htia-
ch'acas aro surely comics to the front,
I Condition Serious
lesterns near the slag dump ThurS'
day afternoon, is reported to be more
serious than was at first supposed. It
will be impossible for the wounded
man to appear in court and testify
against his assailant before nest Mon
day, and possibly not that soon. The
case- has been set for 10 o'clock Mon
Well, men, don't forget the Selz &
Packard shoes at Schwartz Bro3.
Every day we hear some one praising
them on the streets.
Twenty Men Out.
Arche Carmlchael, an employee of
the Cananca Cons. Co., spent Friday
in Bisbee. Several men were laid oft
in Cananea on account of repairs be
ing made. From Mr. Carmlchael the
Review learns that the number of
railway men who refused to go to
work on the first was twenty. The
trouble at Cananea was reduction in
wages In this department. Mr. Car
mlchael returned to Cananea yester
Now that Christmas is over and the
new year Is about here wo wish to
thank one and all of our customers of
the past and wish you a very happy
New Year. Schwartz Bros, the Men's
Is SHil Trustee
The petition for the removal ol
Steve Roemer of Benson as trustee of
the bankrupt estate of the American
Clay Manufacturing company was ar
gued before Judge Davis at Tucson
Thursday. Colonel Herring represe
sented the company and Frank Here
ford the trustee. There were rumors
afloat of an attempt to do up the Cas-
tenada element In the company. This
rumor is emphatically denied by the
The petition was denied
by Judge Davis.
The old reliable firm of A. Eauer han
dles only Phoenix beef, mutton and
pork and you can depend It is first
i H. J. Allan, financial manager of
the United Verde mines at Jerome,
left the city yesterday morning, after
being in the city one day on private
business. Allan, is one of the best
known lobbyists in the territory.
When the legislature mets he is gen
erally present to either help through
or prevent some important measure.
Allan speaks very highly of this sec
tion of the country. He cared to say
but little about the United Verde af
To Return Soon
C. W. Hicks is expected to arrive
in the city in a few days from New
York, where he went recently to be
at the funeral of his father, Hon. Ed
win Hicks. Mr. Hicks is a clerk in
Le Ei Paso and Southwestern depot
at this place, and has the sympathy
of all who know him in this sad be
reavement, A letter was received
from him yesterday stating that he
would start for Bisbee in a few days.
He reports the east having extremely
R. C. Morgan Here
R. C. Morgan, former superintend
ent of the El Paso and Southwestern,
who resigned his position on January
1, was in Bisbee last evening and will
remain for several days settling up
his business affairs. Mr. ;Jjrgan
stated last evening that he would not
embark in a business enterprise in
this section but would resume his
former position with the Great
Northern railway. Mr. Morgan has a
number of warm friends in this sec
tion who wish him well wherever he
The rooming house owned by Mrs.
Pinney, and located near the King of
Arizona shaft was entered by an un
known burglar yesterday afternoon
about 3 o'clock and robbed. The
thief got away with a gold watch and
a new""suit of clothes. Just before
the place was entered Mrs. Pinney
was in the rooms doing the cleaning
up. Before going through four rooms
and gathering up the booty, the thief
locked all the doors and puiled down
the curtains. The robbery was re
ported to Marshal Henderson yester
day afternoon by William Tompkins.
It Is believed that the work was done
by a hobo.
Latter Day Saints Church.
Elder Andrew Kimball of Thatcher
and Bishop John S. Merrill of the St.
David Wood of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, met with
the members of that church residing
in Bisbee at 316 Tombstone canyon on
Sunday Dec. 21 and organized a
branch. About twenty members were
present and perfect harmony existed
throughout, all things being done by
common consent, each individual call
ed to a position being first proposed,
by Elder Kimball then sustained by
the vole of the whole. The organiza
tion consists of a presiding elder witb
three assistants, Sunday school offi
cers and officers of the Mutual Im
WA UNABLE TO APPEAR YESTER.
DAY FOR TRIAL
Parker or "Yellow D'.ck" is Charged
With Intent to Commit Murder
Trouble was Over Scott's Wife
E. B. Scott was to have been given
a hearing beforo Justice McDonald
jesterday evening at 7 o'clock on a
charge of assault with Intent to com
mit murder on the person of Richard
Parker, otherwise known as "Yellow
Dick." Scott was too ill to appear
and Ihe matter was postponed until
such a time as he can get around to
Scott and Parker had a shooting and
cutting affray in the rear of the fire
house Thursday evening. Scott was
severely wounded in the left arm. An
examination made yesterday proves
that the bone in the upper part of the
arm is badly splintered. His other
-wounds are slight.
The cut made in Parker s neck was
with a piece of broken bottle, which'
was evidently in the hands of Scott.
A couple of hours alter the affair took
place he showed the broken bottle to
an officer, and said that he had used
It on the neck of Parke.
Parker will be given a hearing next
Monday morning before Justice Mc
Donald at 10 o'clock. He is charged
-with intent to commit murder. Yes
terday he appeared at the justice of
fice, but refused to make any kind of
a statement. He says It will be time
enough to talk when the case comes
There is now no doubt that the two
men were fighting over Scott's wife.
In a statement made yesterday after
noon Scott said that he has for some
time known that Parker was trying to
win his wife away from him. This
has roused him to such a pitch that
he was willing to fight almost any
body. While being questioned Scott
was suffering intense pain. His arm
is giving him a great deal of trouble.
Scott's wife is keeping out of the
way as much as possible. She real
izes that her actions have been the
cause of the serious injury of one
man, and arrest of another for a seri
WERE WITH PIONEERS
Governor Brodie Given Reception at
Governor and Mrs. Brodie returned
to Phoenix Wednesday morning from
Tucson, where they attended the meet
ing of the Pioneer Historical society
of Arizona, which was a most brill
iant and successful affair. Monday
afternoon E. N. Fisk was elected
president; L. R. DeLong, recording
secretary; Mr. Osborn, historical sec
retary, and fifteen cnembVsrs were
chosen vice presidents, with a board
of directors of four members, says
the Phoenix Gazette.
In the evening the ladies' auxiliary
of the society entertained at Odd Fel
lows' hall with a banquet and ball.
Governor and Mrs. Brodie led the
grand march. It was a most enjoy
able occasion for all, and especially
for Governor Brodie, who was elected
a vice president, and is a very enthu-
iastic member of the organization.
E. P. &. S. W. CLAIMS OFFICE
Will Be Located at El Paso Instead
The claims department of the El
Paso and Southwestern has been
transferred from Douglas to this city.
Claim Agent George Hardiker. who
formerly resided here, and has a host
of warm friends in El Paso, accom
panied by his assistant, Claude Light,
came in yesterday to establish new
quarters, says the El Paso Times.
Mr. Hardiker will occupy the quar
ters vacated by Material Agent Hunt-J
er, wno nas gone to uougias. we win
have charge of the adjustment of all
road claims, personal injury as well
as stock claims, and will be on the i
road a considerable part of the time, j
Mr. Hardiker was busy greeting his 1
many friends here yesterday all of
whom warmly welcomed him back to
El Paso. As soon as he can secure a
suitable house he will remove his fam
FOUGHT AT SANTIAGO
Santiago de Cuba, Jan. 2. Seven
Italian peddlers became involved In a
drunken brawl her last night, fighting
desperately with knives and revolvers.
Two men were killed Instantly, two
died tonight in a hospital, the fifth is
fatally and the sixth man seriously
hurt. The seventh man. who did the
most of the killing is not hurt. The
men concerntd were brothers and
DOUGLAS STORES TO LET In
the modern two-story brick building
recently completed at 11th. near G.
street Good business location, ample
show windows, well lighted Interior.
Each store 25 ft, front, 75 ft. deep.
For terms, address, F. E. Coles, box
9S6, Bisbee, Ariz.
TO LET Over Central Pharmacy,
3 rooms unfurnished, suitable for light
business. . 1-2-tf
- i i
j Now for Stock (Taking
after which the" "resumption
. - ' of our daily advertisement in
The 7 O'clock
again, in force.
and Fine Gold Jewelry
A. H. RICHARDS
103 E! Paso Street, E! Paso Grand Central Block
Prompt attention giyen to mail orders and repairing.
Krakaiier, Zorke & Moye
Hardware, Ranch and Mining
Supplies, Pipe and Pipe Fittings
Paints, Oil and Glass
Agents for Canton steel, Iola cement. Bain wagons. Miller ranges
Jr Atlas powder, Samson windmills,
I P. 0. Box 15 390 I
And Dealer in Gent's
Dirst-CIass Fit Guaranteed.
:X--..:-4KK4KKH- 'I- !
There Are No Exceptions
To the fact that we have tho
Handsomest Line of Watches,
Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware
And artistic Novelties in the southwesL
it is Conceded By All
That the quality and reliability of every article sold by
us is unquestioned.
Everywhere AcKnowledged, Too
That our repair department is unequaied. It Is In the hands ofexperts
Official Watch Inspector for E. P.
V7., Tex. Pac. and G. H. & S. A.
EI Paso, Texas
Are You Going to the
El Paso Carnival?
...January, 12th to 17th
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Fastest Train. Best service.
Through Dining- and Parlor Cars
El Paso, Texas.
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