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BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MAY 24, 1903.
PRESBYTERIAN GREETING TO
DAMAGE IN KANSAS
DOES NOT WANT TEDDY
RECEPTION AT SEATTLE
Says State Republican Convention Has
No Business Endorsing Roosevelt
He ts not a Candidate, for Position
Cleveland, O., May 33. Senator
Hanna in an interrlew this afternoon,
HANNA SPEAKS. OUT HIS MIND
concerning tho reports as to his post- o'clock on tho steamer Spokane, land
tlon in connection with tho proposed Ing at Arlington dock amid a hurrl
resolution to bo introduced at tho cane of cheers, whistles and cannon
coming state republican convention, .
endorsing President Roosevelt Ser a
second term, said:
"1 -want to deny that Dfever, my pri
vate secretary, or eo far as I know
any of ray friends, had anything W
do with raising the question.
"I certainly have no criticism to the speecnmaxlng occurred,
make of any individual an to tho rights I Over 1,000 school children greeted
they entertain or to express such too President npon his arrival at tho
views, but certainty 1 do crittcleo the stand with the sons, America."
propriety of action along that line After hia speech, tho President was
by delegates of the etato convention, driven back to hU vessel, and made
who aro choeen for tho purpose of a trip to Kverett After the return
Dominating the state ticket. from Everett, ho was driven to the
"It doos not appear to mo to be ea- Grand opera house, which was crowd
tlrely proper for this convention to ed with Alaskans, waiting to hear
aesum'o tho prerogative of one to be him.
chosen In 1904, and upon which will After delivering an address on Alas
rest tho isoivsibllity of represent- La, the committee of the Arctic Broth
ing and expressing the sentiment in erhood, exclusively an Alaskan order,
oi- state for any candidate. came forward and presented him with
"It would seem unnecessary for me aminiaturo placer miner's pan of solid
to say that theso oenclueions are In no gold, on which waa inscribed an In-
way influenced by my personal do- vitation to the President to visit Alas
tires or by ambitions of my own. 1 ka as a guest of tho order,
have ofttn stated, both privately and I After suitable acknowledging tho
p-jblicly, that 1 am not and will not gift, tho President was driven to Ho-
be a candidate for the presidency.
"On account of my position as chair
man of the repnblican national com
mittee, it would seem apparent that
whatever inflsenco might have been
ejrerOed in such a. drection would cause
a just criticism on tho part of cay
other person, who might aspire to be
a candidate for the republican nomi
nation in 1904.
"Kor these reasons 1 am opposed "to
the adoption of och a resolution.'
LEG WAS BROKEN
Wagon Fflt onTom Noakes Near She,
Term of Prescott
PrescoU, Nay 3. Dr. Sawyer was
called to Hilhade last evening to at
tend to a man with a broken leg. The
-victim was WTniam Koakes. Ho was
engaged in drtvtas n team for the
Gold Link Mining company, which is
operating the Bultan mine. He had
imlv heen employed for a day or two
. , J ..l.- ...-r,. -vl.l. I
ana yesieruujr uw suu "vi """
mm, -catcuiiis niut unuvrucawu .t- uuu
rwinltinc in a hroien-les. Tho acci-i
-dent happcaod cigateen mUes from jfctralna of heautlful music, -that was
Hillside station -and the inured man .artistically rendered by the excellent
was placed In a bwekboard and brought ( Copper Qum band, under the skilled
1a tho railroad. On account of the ,eadereh, of Profwsor Jameg j.
darkness, and th care which had to
"bo exercised tn bringins him, tho trip elsh-
took from o'clock In tho evening I The men in that up to datearganfea
xntil 2 o'clock this morning. The tion practioe faithfully and willingly
broken limb was set by Dr. Sawyer, j under the direction of their musical
n the arrival ot the man at HiHside, 'commander and their, performance of
and the injured man was brought up last night demonstrated completely
, hia moraine's train and sent to
A Terv enjoyable piano recital hy
itw trauils of Mrs. S. B. Felger was
Kiven yesterday afternoon at No. B0
Oprora drive. Mrs. Felger is tho only
music teacher in Bisbeo who has given
lhpse recitals, which givea tho parents
an opportunity to observe tho progress
that is being made. The program was
-ei follows: I
Cbariot Rice. March.. Miss R. Stela
(;aj0p Jdles Tt. Roberts
Selection from Opera ."Martha". ... I
Misa M Bishop
SanatVni "C3emntie. .Miss J. Muir-
Waltz"."".!!" JfissIL Young
Ies Plcirrcls Miss F. StudleyJ
jjieit -....Misses A. and M.
Atallla Walu. "BethOTCon" Miss
- - -..
QulTlve"....J. Blair and Miss
March, "Militaire" L- Felger
Duet Hisses J. and C. Mulr-
Mrs. Felger sow has a class of twen-
ty pupUs and another recital will De
riven in the near futnre at the opera
RELIANCE 13 6UPERIOR
Hcw York, May 23. In a wind that
ranged from a ero Bepbrr to a eis
knot Urease fie Kelianoe easily proved
her superiority over the Columbia and
CoAfHntion in a race on fcong no i
sound this tsttersoe-n.
CORNEL- TEAM WINS
,.,. ti v Bur 2L Cornell do.
. . . -ri '. ..!.- H.viti ?t itK
-rifl meet at BidgeSeld by a score, of
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'ALASKAN ORDER GIVES
DENT NOVEL INVITATION
Want Him to Visit Alaska as Guest
of Arctic Brotherhood One Thous
and School Children Sing 'America'
Seattle, Wash., May 2S. President
Roosevelt reachel Seattle at 115
Tho demonstration was the noleast
ever heard In tho city. J
iue yaruuv lvrcneu imxneuiaiejy ami
moved at once through cheering
crowds In almost impassablo streets
to tho old nnlvcrslty grounds, where
Washington. May 23. Arizona will
be fair in south, with showers In north
portion, Monday will be fair
IN LOCAL PLAZA
SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT BY
COPPER QUEEN BAND
Program Was Pleasant Ont -and Was
Most Artsittcatly Rendered by
Professor Dakjleish and -Musicians
The pl&sa in front of the general
office building was a scene of beauty
from 7:30 last night, each
.cageny listening to me aoucious
, how well their off orta had been Award
ed and how well the muslo losers ap
preciate their work in this line by
their signs of popular approval.
The numbers on the program bad
been selected with great caro and each
received the attention of those
who love the musical works of the
old master and the successes of the
authore of the latest popular airs.
El Gapitan, a march by Bousa, .and
tho waltz, entitled "Sweet Repose. by
'Witt mado the bandsmen tho recip-
jents of mach applause, though all
were treatel with demonstration that
was pleasing to the performers.
The following was the program:
March OaJnsborocgk Geo. Rosey
Overture, "Rose of Loxo" Blegtr
Waltz, selection, "Sweet Repose"..
March, "Pari Reveres Side"....
O-rertmre, "Fair Maiden of Perth"..
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ttaiiz, -irene ueoonoe ivcikx
Jtiarcn, "iw uapiian sousa
TO CHANGE OFFICES
El Paso, Tex., May 23. The general
'offices of the Chicago-Rock Island and
Mexico wju oe murva mm uaiaiui.
Texas, to Tucomari, New Mexico. The
shops w.H likely also bo moved, there
'o as to do the work on branch lines
J running out- of that poinL The busi-
ncss of tho'El Paso and Northeastern;
Dawson branch and Western Choctaw,
when extended into Tacumart, will be
handled from there.
Clark J. F. Duncan has tendered his
resignation as clerk of the board of
Rurxwisore. to take effect May 30.
Mr. 1uncan has Droved an efficient
and painftaking clerk, and" bis resig
tfAft.-:cwtf.. k .
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mtJil ,tiWN?iA$J AV fi- Mail
lime Adellna Patti, who will come for a concert tour in America to
make Just one mora "Jarewell" has been living chiefly in Sweden and on
tho continent of Baropegenerallysiaca her marriage with Baron Cederstrom
IN THE LOCAL
ARIZONA GOLD AND COPPER CO.
This property consist of a group of mado to develop a producing mine,
twenty claims and adjoins tha Mod- All possible facilities for development
ern mine on the north and easL It aro on tho ground. Plenty of water
was recently incorporated by George and a splendid wagon road to the
Wilcox and M. D. Scribner of Tomb- property aro two of tho necessary per
stona; Frank Bopp, Charles Clark e uisites which this ground has. The
and others of Biabee, since the incor- machinery Is being bought and will
poration a great deal of stock has been shortly be installed.
ey enough is now in the treasury to do From its location and the men be
oy enough is now ia the terascry to do 'hind it, no -doubt exists but what the
a vast amount of development work. Bisbeo Queen will shortly bo one of
Four men aro now at work, on the tho producing mines In tie district in
property ana a' awo-comparuaent
shaft is being sunk, which is now
down over fifty feet. The force would
bo larger even now wero it not for the
fact that a carload of timber that was
ordered soma time ago has not yet
arrived An engine, boiler and hoist
are now on mo roaa ana wnen tney ar-J
rive a iorce of Utreo s&ifts will be put
on and then tho work will bo rapidly
pushed. They have had ore In tho pany. They will go on Monday, ac
shaft from the grass roots down that companlcd by B. F. Graham to 'lnnV
assa) fl high In gold, silver, lead and
copper. The development work la In
charge 'Of C. S. Clark, the well known
attorney ot aisDee, wno is the general
manager of tho company.
CALUMET AND PITTSBURG
The fact that ore has been found in
the above mine and on the other side
of tho gulch, where the knowing ones
claimed ttiat no ore existed, has caused
considerable activity in mining below
and above the cemetery. As the first
shaft put down on the PJtUburg was
only a prospecting shaft, a new two -
compartment shaft is now being sunk.
ALSACIA DEVELOPMENT CO
The Miners and Merchants bank is
receiving subscriptions for ctock for
tho Alacla Development company
this week and issuing official receipts
therefor. The officers of the company
are R. H. Wjren, Bethany, Mo.; W. H.
Skinner, vice president, Bethaay, Mo.;
J. T. Hood, treasurer, Bisbee, Ari
zona; Chas. F. Wren, secretary, Bis
bee, Arizona and E. B. Mason, general
manager, Bisbee. The company owns In the same character of ore that was
a silver, copper and lead proposition encountered about six weeks ago. It
in the Ajo mountains, district of-Arfs- is moro than possible that within a
pe, Sonora, Mexico. It consists ot 30 couple of weeks this property will be
fnll pertenendas (about 75 acres.) purchased by a number of Calumet
BISBEE-QUEEN DEV. CO. capitalists and mining men. They
Work will bo begun at once on the bave made several offers for the prop
property of too Bisbee Qnoen. erty and have been quietly buying up
The development win be In the na-jall the outside stock that they could
tore of a doable-compartment working set hold of and if a deal can be con
shaft and will be pushed as fast as summated with tho present officers of
money, en. aad machines can aocom-,tho company for their stock the prico
piish JL It la too intention to sinK to
the ore level and make a solid substan -
tial development Tho work will bo
done on the Riley groap in Gold Gulch.
Tha company is composed of substan
tial business men and has first-class
property. B. F. Graham Is president,
Mayor W. L. Hargrove, secretary,
James B Sntta, vice-president and
general manager, Lee Benton and i. H. iThey visited tho property yesterday
McKim, directors. jan expressed themselves as highly
They aro all eucoessfal silnlng men .pleased with the showing in the mine.
Tho property is situated "three and Good gold values exist In the porphy-three-ouarter
miles southeast of Bis- ritic-quartz with which this district
be aad in a direct line of tho Copper
Quoen. Calumet and Ariaona, the Low -
en, Calumet end Pittsburg and the
Calumet and Cochise, showing the
copper' zone running directly Into the
- (ground of the Bisbee Queen. All the
,odc in be done with power drills
MINING I 111 I)
and machinery, and all nosaiblo haste
.the near future.
A number of Kansas City capitalists
who are interested in the Luck Tiger
property, are scheduled to arrive to-
.vij uviu uio uasi on a iour or mspec-
among mem win De w. A. Moses
vice-president Kansas City board of
trade and H. Vanderslice. Both
gentlemen aro directors in the corn-
, over the property. Tho Lucky Tiger
is showing up wonderfully. Reports
(from tho mine yesterday give returns
,of one day's assaying of ore running
from $1400 to $1606. Tho vein carries
gold and silver and averages from fonr
to six feet In width.
This is a group of fourteen claims
that is situated about one and one-half
mllea west of tho Modern mlno and
J has been bonded by Michigan parties
for $4o,000. The sum of $1,500 was
. paid down which is to be used for
I location and assessment work, which
is now being done. The balance of tho
mnoy 's to be paid in sixty days,
a Is a very promising property, as
mineral can be found all over it and
In the shaft now being sunk lead,
silver, gold and copper have already
Four men aro employed upon this
property and are still drifting on the
ono hundred foot level. They are still
rv? upuu wm ua para in spot casn.
j As there aro several local stockholdr
ers Jn the company, tho deal will bo
watched with a great deal of interest.
GOLDEN ERA PEOPLE HERE
3. J. Miller, of Pittsburg, president
of the Golden Era mine, and Mr. Wal-
dock, or new York, a heavy stock-
nolder in the same are in Bisbeo.
' is traversed. Mr Miller is an old Bis-
Four claims located just below the
old O-verlock slaughter house, were
sold yesterday to parties from Duluth
for $S,500 end development work will
MUCH SUFFERING RESULTS FROM
WIND AND RAIN
Bad Wire Have Prevented Reports
From Coming lo Sooner Rivers
are Hh on Account of the Rains
Topeka, Kas., May 23. Much suffer
ing resulted from last night's tornado.
On account of the bad conditions
of the wires, complete reports arc just
beginning to come in.
In Dickinson county, several miles
ot country wero made desolate by
tho wind. Two people were Inured,
but they will recover. Cattle were
killed In largo numbers, and the car
casses badly damaged.
El Dorado reports a windstorm
throughout Butler county. M. Pan-
sick was badly hurt, and six residen
ces were destroyed.
Eureka was struck by a tornado at
midnight Hero eight people were
badly hurt, but it is thought nono
All Btreoms in 'eastern and central
portions of the Btato are very high,
as a result of heavy rains last night
A report comes from Emporia that
the Cottonwood river la nearly as
high as during the great flood of last
year. The wind ma mucn aamage iu
property in Ljon county and Emporia,
but nobody was hurt
WILL PUMP WATER
El Paso, Tex., May 23. Almagordo.
New Mexico, business men have
formed an association to make a prac
tical demonstration of Irrigation by
pumping in that part of New Mexico
Twelve hundred acres of land have
been acquired for testing the growth of Lon tnf. dual track meet from "Wiscon
alfalfa, garden and orchard products. I sin hcrP this afternoon by a scroe of
DOINGS IN THE
ITEMS OF INTEREST. BOTH LOCAL
AND FROM ABROAD
Former Arizona Baseball Players are
Doing Well on Other Leagues
of Other Sporting News
'Dolly' Gray, the cx-Bisbee twirler,
has lost but two games this season
and is improving constanly under the
careful training of Captain Dillon and
Backstop Hank Spies.
Oscar Jones, tho ono time cannon
ball slab operator of Phoenix and Tuc
son, as given a slight drubbing this
week to tho tune of fifteen safe sing
les. He is, however, doing fine work
for Ned Hanlon, his Brooklyn chief.
Napoleon La Joie. the slugging
batsman of Cleveland in the American
is not up to fifty per cent of his rec
ords in previous seasons, his average
to date being but .200
The uncertainties of baseball
which causes good players to fight it
out to the last, even when in tho face
:of almost certain defeat, was made
even more apparent last Wednesday.
Manager Byron McKibben, at Taconia,
unearthed a phenomenal pitcher in the
person of "Kid" Baker, a seventeen-
year-old boy. For eight innings Port
land tried their best, but could not
tcuoh the offerings of the youngster
for even a single hit. In the last in
lag they landed on his delhery and
won the game.
Hugh Djgan leads the Texas leag
be commenced at once.
Chas. Fanning, who has just sold his
group of claims near Solomon Springs
for $76,000, came up from Douglas
yesterday morning with his first pay
meat in his jeans.
Four or five claims have been locat
ed during the past week adjoining the
Charles Cunningham has found the
lime capping that runs through the
Copper Quen and Calumet and Arizo
na, cropping out in the valleys be!ow
the Marquette and Arizona and just
this side of tho Mexican line. He
brought in several specimens of shells
and sea formations that he took from
John True found a full claim almost
adjoining the Higgins Development
jompany this week and located it
The hills from tha Modern to the
Mexican lino an the 'jjorth' and south
and from Dixie canyon to the Wol
verine on tho cast and west, will be
filled with prospectors tomorrow, look.
ing for vacant ground upon which t
The strike of ore in the Copper
Glance has made everybody feel cheer-
IrJ, and the stockholders feel jubilant
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PAYS LONC
BEACH DfcY'S VISIT
Those Interested in Evango'lcc Wrk
Held in Log Angeles Where Pre.
byte rl an Delegate ears In Session
Los Angeles, Oal, May Si. TfiSpy
was half work and half play for tins
Presbyterian general assembly.
The only business sjesalon was be
tween the hours of 9 v;lock aJ noun,
at which the report of the jiltid Ot
relief was heard and adopted akd tic
report of the committee on ovaogolbUc
work finally disposed of.
The noon session adourned and ft
members went in a body td Long beach
where lunch was served to 1.200 po
pie by the citizens of the seaside to
sort. This evening a popular meettag of
those interested in evangolisc work
was held in Bmunuci cnuacX, Jasrt
before tho hour for adJoarnmtt, Roy.
Frederick K. Stanley, of Atlantic
City, New Jersey, (utrodueed tho fol
"Resolved that wc 6end the-foliowing
message to be signed by tho moderator
of this assembly and tho sto?ed
"To Honorable Theodore Roosevelt,
President of the United States: Chira.
tlan greting: With prayer for God'a
blessing on you and, divine guidance
In all' j our high responsibilities; see
numbers C, 24, and 2C"
Tho motion to refer this to the com
mittee on correspondence was de
feated, thpre being scarcely a scoro
of affirmative votes. The resolution
was then adopted unanimously
Madison. Wis. Mav 23 Chicaco
72 DO'nts to 53V,.
ecrs -Jus v. cek In hitting with the fino
-vera,; .f .42G. He is also putting
,p star work at second base.
Tho remarkablo attendance of 31,
4S6 people was recorded at New York
Cit and the fans seemed to bo with
MtGraw", outfit, now they ar"iear
the top of the heap.
Los Angeles is tho only city repre
sented in the Pacific National league
that does not support their opposition
with largpr crowds than those wend
ig their way to the play ground of
tho out law crew.
Cincinnati in the National, New
York, of the American. Milwaukee,
American association. Deader, of tho
Western league, are the predictions
for the penant winners of tiheir re
spectiv e organizations for season 1943.
Sacramento is also picked as tho vic
tors of the Pacific coast league, with
San Francisco as probable champion
of the Pacific National.
New Orelans should capture tho
southern flag and Corsicana the bunt
ing of tho Texas league, while tho
same authority reports tho annexing
of the Missouri Yalioy league by
Springfield and New York state league
VITH THE BOXERS
Jim Corbett seems to be in great
form just at present, and will enter
the ring at .180 pounds. Many wlso
ring followers like his chances with
Jeffries owing to this condition and
from tho fact that had their last bat
tle been but twenty rounds 33 the
next is scheduled lo be, Corbett wouhl
undoubtedly have received the uet.s'
Tucson for a few days last week
Tucson for a few days last wgeen
looking for a chance to put on a rnlI
in the old pueblo but tho Utltcd States
prevents such action in the territory.
The Mexican government has at last
consented to repeal their old restric
tions on the game of fistlana and tho
sports across the border and on our
side are already pul'ing off some ed
hot successful exhibition of the masly
art of self defense.
The selection of a referee for tho
Jeffries-Corbett championship battto
of heavyweights, which t-tftos p'aco
August 14th, should not te allowed
to interfere with Its occurrence. JeE's
man. Slier will not be allowed to judge
the big meeting of brawn and museVs
and Harry Corbett or Ediie Gy.
with Alex Greggains as third cho.ro,
should satisfy all concerned.
"Kid" Brown, th? doughty feather
weight scrapper, has been matched to
fight Auretlo Herrara of B.akers3eM,
California. The affair is scheduled ''
take place on Miner's TJnlcn day, Ja
13, at Butte, Montana.
ODDS AND ENDS OF SPORT
Tho latest trial of the replants- w.-
a source of much satis'ition to T
owner, C Oliver Isolln as tho cer; -fender
demonstrated "ui e bnr,di! vt
the latest production of the Herras
hoffs Is the fastest sailing ra'fc "-
built in these waters.