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BISBEE DAILY REV1
REGULAR MEA1BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1903.
The Rerbiew Is the Best by Any Test for Your Advertising cAli You Have to Do Is to Try It
refuses to consent to prop-
osition Prom Colombia
fr reference to the
STILL CAN'T GET JURY
To Try the Men Accused of Dynamit
ing the Sun and Moon Mine Build
ing at Idaho Springs Japanese Are
Chartering Steamers as Transports.
Washington, Dec. 22. '"The refusal
by the United States to consent to the
proposition from Colombia for refer
ence of the Panama question to The
Hague tribunal is expected and will
be fully approved by the European
powers." This statement was made
to a representative of the Associated
Press tonight by a European ambassa
dor of high rank and influence. It
bas already been made in substance,
though in rather more diplomatic lan
Kuage, to Gen. Rafael Reyes, Colom
bian minister, who is expected in his
Cqrthcomlng note to the State Depart
ment to suggest The Hague tribunal
S3 the proper place for the settlement
ot the Isthmian problem. The ambas
sador quoted, in explaining the atti
tude of the European powers, said:
"Panama is a closed chapter In the
history of Nations, and The Hague
court is not the place for settled
questions, but for pending problems
which are referred to It with full ap
proval of all parties Interested.
There is, however, a question between
Colombia and Panama which with all
propriety might be referred to The
Hague, and to which reference the
United tSates will scarcely offer ob
jection. It is the question of assump
tion by Panama of part of the Colom
bian debt. If Gen Reyes should ask
the United States to use its good of
fices to have this matter brought lie
fore The Hague, Panama might safo'y
acquiesce In such proposition. The dif
ficulty in making this request will be
that Colombia thereby would recog
size the independence of the new re
public, but this must come sooner cr
COUNSEL FOR DEFENSE
Suddenly AeceDts Twelve Jurymen
and Puzzles Prosecution.
Georgetown, Colo., Dec. 22. Judye
DoFrance, who for more than a week
has been trying to secure a j'i'v for
the trial of the men accused of :ym
miting the Sun and Moon mine build
ings at Idaho Springs, this morning
ordered two open venires for tomor
row Late this evening there were
twelve men in the Su.v b.o who had
not been excused, when co'ineI for
the defense created a considerable
surprise by announcing that tfe de
fense would accept them. The pros
ecuting attorney was not prepared to
announce "his position, and the court
adjourned for the day. It is nr be
lieved the twelve jurymen in the box
will be acceptable to the prosecuuen.
WEALTHY MEN IN OVERALLS.
master t-'iumsers to Take Place of
Striking Journeymen in Pittsburg
riiisaurs, uec. z-z. Men who can
write their checks for six figures will
be seen wearing overalls and doing
the work of journeymen plumbers.1
wiping joints, &c, in some of the big
buildings now going up in Pittsburg.
At a meeting of the Master Plumb
ers' association last night volunteers
were called for to complete the plum
bing work on the hi? Bessemer build
ing, being erected by H. C. Phipps,
and thirty-seven master plumbers re
The journeymen have been on a
strike here for eleven weeks, and the
plnmbing work all over the city is
held up, causing a suspension in
Friday morning the bosses will ap;
pear in their working clothes and will
go to work. They say they can do
a great deal more work in a day than
a journeyman, ana win complete
the work in the big building In rec
ord time. Then they will go to some
other building, if the- strikers have
not surrendered, as they are deter
mined not to give in.
O. A. Fritchofr, a mining expert successful in Just wiping out the 18 Nlpl)0n Yusen Kalsha, a Jape3e ordinary low rate of one dollar for questions they Intend to ask the Gov
from Lovelock- Nevada was looking pins against them by winning this gteam3nIp company. At the London i the round j. ornor.
over Bisbee the first of the week.
Christmas Presents are Now Arriving
In Great Numbers at White House
COME FROM ALL PARTS AND INCLUDE MANY INTERESTING CURI
OS WILD GAME, TROPICAL
THE SHIPMENTS MANY UNIQUE PRESENTS ON THE
FREAK ORDER RECEIVED.
Washington, D. C. Dec. 22. Not- are many interesting curios, and these
withstanding the well known aversion will doubtless find a resting place in
of the President to receiving gifts j the President'5s cabinets,
from persons personally unknown to ' Tropical bruits, including pineap
him. Christmas presents are arriving pies, bananas and oranges, have been
in great numbers at the White House, . received at the Executive Mansion
coming largely from uknown admir- and turkeys, barrels of apples, and
ers of tho Roosevelts, though, of i wild ;ame have como from many
course, there axe many also from the j
relatives and personal friends. The,
character of the gifts is varied Some
are costly, others unique, and not a. and his family. The finest of the
few on the freak order. They come 'turL . ,vin h. .Ai.ti..i t tho
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States, but from Cuba, oPrto Rlco.Whltc House tab,e on Christmas day.
Hawaii and the Far EasL Among the whtIe remainder will be distrib
gifts received from the Philippines uted among the married employes.
AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY SU
Evening Reception by the Woman
Club Program Will Be Included.
Excellent Music and Literary
The Teachers' association of the
territory will meet in Phoenix. De
cember 2Sth and 29th.
All the prominent teachers of Ari
zona will be presenf, including tie
president and faculty of the Universi
ty of Arizona and other territorial in
stitutions, and most of the county and
city superintendents. Among the in
teresting features will be an address
bv Superintendent Greenwood of
Kans City, Missouri. An evening
reception by the Womens' Club
is also talked of. The meeting will
be held in the high school bulldins.
This association meeting will fol
low closely after the Maricopa Coun
ty TeachersTnstllute. which will ba
held at Phoenix December. 2l3t to
24th inclusive, and for which the
program is already prepared. Tho
general plan for the Institute's con
duct has already been outlined and
will include actual demonstration of
classes at work, the methods of in
struction, to be commented on later
by members cf the institute.
The program will also Include some
oTPPllpnt music nnrt Hterarv numbers
The teachers generally are taking
great interest in the institute, and
nrMim that it will he. a vorv Tirofita-.
ble one. I
The officers of the Territorial
Teachers' association are: A. N. Tay-
lor. Flagstaff Normal school, presi
dent; L.. W. Gaines, Tombstone, sec
retary; Miss Marguerite Williams,
BISBEE GYM BOWLERS
MAKE WORLD'S RECORD
A MOST REMARKABLE SCORE
MADE AT THE GYMNASIUM.
Never Wac Parallelled Before Except
Once in Syracuse, New York, Where
Five Men Teams Made Precisely
A second world's record was made
Ir.st night at the Bisbee- Gymnasium.
Such a thing has never been done be
fore but once, and that was In Syra
cuse, New York, between the How
letts and the Onondaga Pottery teams
of five men to a team. In thatgame
each club's total for the three games
Last night the Three A's and the
Broken Promise team met at the
Gymnasium, each with a scalping
knife up his sleeve for the other, and
P'eparod to use It with deadly effect
They came there with all the resolu
tion of a Stiles and Alvord breaking
out of the Tombstone jail.
The Three Ab were A. E. Hurst, U
O. Jack3on and E. Allister. The
Broken Promise team consisted of A.
Drackman, Hugh Huddleston and P.
Harrington. In the first game the
(Three A's bowled a total of 423 and
'he,r opponents 447, making a dif-
ference of 18 pins. In the second
pamn the Three A's made 472. and
their opponents exactly the same
score, making the result so far 18 pins
good for the Broken Promise team and
a. tie came. Then came the third
rcund. and in this the Three A's were
match wim a score or w i. s"u
FRUITS, ALL INCLUDED IN
parts of the West. These are all of
tie finest quality and naturally are
highly appreciated bv the President!1"" ver Pretty cards on which she
9.9. Tho Tnup, 4- !
blatt's St. Petersburg corres-
fr pondent says it is stated in
financial circles that the Rus-
sian Government is sounding
f- Berlin bankers regarding float's-
ing a loan amounting to $125,-
000.000. The Russian Govern
v ment. the correspondent says,
J- thinks it can use negotiations
for the commercial treaty be-
tween Russia and Germany as
a club to compel the German
J Government to permit the
Priest Attacks Low Cut Dresses
Declaring them Not Christian
SAYS LOW WATER MARKS
OPERA AIRE INDECENT.
To Discuss the Evening Gown of
Today is Impossible in the Pres-
ence of Christian People and Es-
pecially Christian Catholics,"
New York, Dec. 22. '"These
cut gowns at the opera are utterly un-
soeakable. Each vear the low-water
mark goe3 lower, until same one must
cry 'Halt:' If the Indecent dresses
of the court women of the davs of
Louis XV presaged tj9 revolution,
why r.hould not the brocades and vel-
vets of today indicate a similar re-
This atartlin? declaration was
made by the Reverend Father Joseph
H. McMahon to the Cathedral Libra-
ry club, which counts Mrs". William K.
Vanderbilt, Jr., Mrs. Morgan J. O'-
Brien, ilrs. John D. Crimins, Mrs
Crimins. Mrs. Gieserich, Miss Gene
iire O'Brien aiid Mrs. Henry E.
Plant among its members.
The Reverend Doctor McMahon Is
a director of the club, and at one time
was close to Archbishop Corrigan.
He is also the priest who recently as-
sailed the mariiage of Senator De
pew. "Philosophy of Dress."
Father McMahon led up to the
point ot modern dres3 gradually.
a difference of IS pins, and resulting response to Inquiries, it was declared
In a tie score In a match of three that nothing was known there of such
games. The bowlers made a total of action on tho part of Japan. The ofTt
1370, which is a better average pio- cials of the company expressed the
portlonately than was made by the opinion that there would be no war,
Syracuse bowlers. The individual and that there had not been even an
scores made in the three games total- Intimation received by the coupan
ec as follows: Hurst, 4a6; Jackson,
436; A. Allister, 458; Drackman. 455;
Huddleston, 453; Harrington, '462. It
will be observed that the men all
around were unusually evenly match
ed. The excitement manifested dur
ing the contest was intense and as
pin after pin fell with unerring accu- ;
j i. n hnMU Kla '
ircy aua eauu piajei uw.uiug
nerve it proved to be &e best game
ever bowled off in the Gymnasium
here, and as stated,
JAPAN WARMING UP.
No WaPj of Couree( But st, Bllyna
Shlna to Beat the Band.
London. Dec. 22. The Dally Mail's
Kobe correspondent says it is reported . The El Paso and Southwestern Odell will arrive in Washington to
that the apanese government is chai- railroad has put on sale a round trip morrow and will see both the Presl
tirin. nnn.omno .iMmoni trans- ticket from Bisbee to Douglas and re- dont and Senator Piatt. The Presi-
LM. iiji ,,rAO hCimrinir the
i m . ,h NJ T K,.,h6 !n
offices of the Nippon Yusen Kalsha, in '
Queen Alexandria Sending Ont
BRITISH QUEEN GREAT LOVER OF
NUMEROUS RELATIVES ARE R
WAY TO MANY CONTINE
THE TASTE OF
London, Dec. 22. In the great bags' choosing a little heap of funny ones
of mall speeding throughout thei with pictures of doggies, dollies and
United Kingdom this week and being pussies for her little grandchildren,
whirled across land and water to con- The Queen remembers them accord
tlnental capitals are hundreds of en-i Ing to their age, tastes, and inter
velopes bearing the royal crest andlests, sending a cycling card to an
containing Christmas cards sent by. enthusiastic nephew, a boating card
Queen Alexandra to relatives and' to another, and so to all her numer
friends. The Queen is a great lover ous relatives in England, and at the
i of Christmas cards, and sends out
hundreds not private printed ones, '
simply writes her name, "Alexandra. , SENATOR HANNA IMPROVING,
or "Granny," as the case may be. . New York, Dec. 22. Senator Han
When the holiday season approach-' na wno nas heen ill at his hotel for
"-SSt1?0f.8fJ?J?I0-KC"d8 "h several days with grippe, is Improving
ordered cent to Sandrlngham, and
from over 5,000 Her llajesty makes a
selection of' several dozen varieties.,
jDAVIS BR0T TURKISH
OFFICIALS TO TIME
Alexandretta. Syria. Dec.
22. Attarian, the naturalized
American, whose arrest by the
Turkish authorities caused U.
S. Consul Davis to leave Alex-
andretta, has been liberated. -
The governor of Alexandretta
today made an official call up
on U. S. Consul Davis and for
mally apologized for indignities
suffered by the Consul.
Admiral Cotton left here to
night ;n U 3. cruiser San Fran
cisco f" Ce.ru:.
His theme was "The Philosophy of
Dress," and he said that the devel-
opment of woman's fashions told the
history of the world He sketched
what he termed the indecencies of the
fashions in the days when Rembrandt
painted his women. But, he sale.
modesty was a. relative quality, and
at that time women were less culti-
vated than today. The extrava-
gant costumes of the period of the
Louis In Franpe were dfinniinpprt and
the low corsages were spoken of in
"This era of Hronso anri oitrava.
gance," he said, "preceded tho revo- L
lution. The rich fabrics, the immod-
est dresses all presaged the uprising
of the people, and yet the women of
today are dressing along the same
lines. Why go Into detail? To dis-
cuss the evening gown of today is
impossible in the presence ot Christ-
ian people and especially Christian
"Go to the opera and see the aristo
crats of this day in their red and gold
boxes. Their dresses are absolutely
unspeakable. Each year the low-
water mark goes
ine must cry halt.
lower until some
If the indecent
of the court women of the
days of Louis XV presaged the Revo-
.-wwu, UJ, uuu.u u0t lQe unxiara
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and velvets of today indicate a simt-
that the government desired to reij'
sition its steamers. As a mat'er of
fact, the officials declared, their ves
sels were following their usual pro
PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY.
ripnt'Or TVw 99 A enAAUl n Trt
Repub,, from TelIur,de Cola
aars. President Gnv PI Millr Ror.
retary O. M. Carpenter and seventeen '
other members of tho Tellurlde MIn-
ers Union vera arrAfltnH tnAmr nn a
charge of intimidating men wno desire 'mo.nTndnMn hour's Ulk wTth
tn wnrk nn t. tvt. i ,. ,!.. ,.. . .....
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venting their doing so.
i turn on Christmas only for the extra-
Ul Ulllldlllldb OdIUd
CHRISTMAS CARDS ALL HER
EMEMBERED FIND THEIR
NTAL POINTS TO SUIT
courts of Copenhagen, Berlin, Darm-
stain. Athens and elsewhere.
rapidly His physicians expecf he
wiu be out withI na few da?s-
WHAT 52 PENNIES DID
BROUGHT BACK ONE HUNDRED
AND SEVENTY-SEVEN DOL- ..
Children Furnished With a Penny Use
Good Judgment and Increase Money
One Hundred Fold.
Reading;. Pa., Dec. 22. Some time
ago Covenant M. E. Church distribut
ed eighty-eight pennies to as many
persons, and each was asked to in
crease his talent 300 per cent The
taients" were called In the other even
ing: Here are some of the methods re-
'sorted to for the good showing: A
I number first sold their penny to get
I a working capital. This was invested
I in sugar, which was made into can- issued by the Mexican Department ot
!dy Another invested his in card-Justice and sent to district and cir
i board, made caleudars, and when suf- ou't courts throughout tho republic
jflclent capital was had, bought photo- advising against tho arrest and lov
( graphic supplies and took pictures. prisonment of such railway employe's
Several sold matches, mush and.cceP1 on a 'strong presumption oS
jack straws. One bought old news-
papers and sold them until she had 90
cents, with which she embarked in the
candy and mush business. Another
sold her talent, and with the increase
bought gingham and made aprons.
Bacon, shoe laces, fancy work, dish
rags, baked bean suppers, clipping
parties, etc., were some of the means
The youngest child to retunr a tal-
ent brought in 80 cents, made by sell
ins; candy, for which she received half
a cent a bag. The fifty-two talents
returned last evening netted $177. an
average cf $3.38 Der Dennr.
A E Revnolds. snecial acent for the
Continental Building and Loan Asso- der 'n tne first degree. The murder
elation. Is in the city in the interest er- who admits having killed three
of his company. This is one of the men besides Townsend, Insisted that
largest, safest, and most conservative he dld th deed with premeditation
institutions of the kind in the South-iand ful1 realization of the conse
Watch and Wait
Says Mr. Piatt
HE HAS TO SAY,el '" "?,?? J" ". M4
gto,. visits the White
Fixes Up Some Questions to Ask
Washington, Dec. 22. "I won't dis
cuss it,' said Senator Piatt, of hew
York, today when he was asked what
he thought of Governor Odell's reor-
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ganization of the New York Republi-
a.7n?TF J? nu ,
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committee?" he was asked
."It is too early to say," the Senator
"What do you think of tho chances
of his succeeding?"
I "Why. that is all a matter of obser
'vation. Wo must wait and see how
Ihp will grasp his opportunity. I can
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bpst re7sults or t. j mu3t watch and
That Is as far as the Senator would
vr. ., t. nn.n. tt... tuta
the PresidenL They went over the
New York situation in detail. Tho re
organization of the Republican Coun
ty Committee was discussed. Gov.
dent and the Benator fixed up some
Senator Piatt asserted positively
'NEXT CALL RY
DETENTION AND ARREST OF
AMERICAN MEN ON MEXICAN
RAILROADS TO BE IN
MEXICO TAKES HINT
Cool Murderer is Convicted of Murder
Where Small Amount Was Involv
ed Wishes thd Jurors Laughingly
"A Merry Christmas," and Suggest
"the Chair" as a Result.
Washington, Deo. 22. Complaints.
have reached the State Department
from many sources during the past
few years that American citizens em
ployed in various capacities on rail
roads in Mexico frequently had been
arrested and imprisoned in that re
public on charges of criminal negli
gence in railway wrecks, homicides,
etc., and held for long periods with
out trial, the United States ambasBa
dor to Mexico was directed by Secre
tary Hay to examine into these cases
and bring the subject to the attention
of the Mexican government with a
view to ameliorating the conditions
which appear to exist. As a conse
quence ot the ambassador's represea
talions to the Mexican foreign office
an important circular letter has been
E"1". " directing tnem in an cases
to expedite judicial proceedings as
rapidly as possible. Provision for
'he release of the accuseu on bail also
is made wherever the nature of the
loffenso will permit it.
KILLED MAN FOR $6.30.
Pretty Hard Termination of Bad Debt
New York, Dec. 22. Frank H. Bur
gess, 44 years of age, who 'shot Ca.pt.
George B; Townsend of the schooner
'-""" "ucjtiej. on nuveiuucr xu,
.because Townsend would not pay him
J6.30 which the prisoner alleged to be
aue nIm was convicted today ot mur-
quences. Judge crane said he woma
sentence Burness on Monday, and
he asked the Judge if he would be
permitted o sav something. On being
given the permission he said: "There
may be an idea in the minds of some
of tho jurors that I hold grudges
against them for having found me
guilty. I wish to say that I do not
X , VTtT 7 .. VA.
them all a Merry Christmas." When
'pt.'kr1 lrliot Vi j-i 4tirMlirVit Il-nii14 Vn. ttlA
"" """ "" v""ubii- ""u.u uc m.
ref ll of hls he coolly replied: 'I
lOnly see one way out of it: why. the
chair, of course." he said.
this afternoon that Chairman George
w Duna. 0f the Republican Stat
-,., ., ,. i
Committee, will not resign,
York politician who was at the White
House. Erastus C. Knight, Mayor of
Buffalo, took luncheon with the Pres-
' ident and told him about political con
ditions in Western New York. Mr.
Knight Is confident the President will
poll the full Republican vote in West
ern New York. He said the Presi
dent is not worried about the New
Mayor Knight has been mentioned
as a likely candidate for govornor.
It 13 understood that the Republican
candidate to succeed Odell will come
from the Western end of the State.
It Is the argument of the Republicans
j Z'colromTcana. "S?
cate must come from a canal conn-
ty, and they say Knight has all the.
attributes. He has been Comptroll
er cf the State and has held many of.
flees In Buffalo.
Wm. Barnes. Jr., has been here for
two days awaiting tho coming of Gov.
Odell. Mr. Barnes was asked this
morning whether he was here on busi
ness or politics. He -said be didnt