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BISBEE DAILY REV1EV
Washington, April 23.
forecast for Arizona Fair
Sunday and Monday.
Now York, April 28. Cop
per, steady and unchanged.
Silver, 55c; Mexican dollars;
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REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
.VOL. VII.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDA Y MORNING, APRIL 80, 1904.
NO, 301
It wil( be welt to Remember that the Review is the only Paper receiving and publishing Associated Press Dispatches. These are
rcLKvueu &pery cigni, pence auinenuc ar news manes the KeDiew Valuable as an Advertising Medium
f
r
". 4 . 4.. r
JAMES R.
Bon of the late President, Is t
, thotPresIBent's closest personal fr
ijr .Commissioner of Corporations In t
Commerce and Labor and Is cons
particularly on questions of politi
v
GOAL miner;
ARE ON A
STRIKE
V
- A .
300 MEN WALK OUT AT BERWIND
AND HASTINGS, CRIPPLING
THE MINES
PAY CHECKS -SHORT
Executive of the United Mine Workers
Hearing Discussion on Strike Situa
tion in District 15 Decision on
Strike Will Be Reached Today
Indianapolis, Ap ii 29. Treasurer
"Win. D. Wilson o, the United Mine
"Workers said lonint that the Nation
al Executive had heard the discussion
of the strike s.tuaiion in District 15
(Colorado, Wjom. g, Utah and New
Mexico). The discission will be con
tinued until tomo nw when It Is
thought that a decU-un as to the ad
visability of discontinuing or prolong
ing the strike will be reached.
Non-Union Men Strike.
Denver, April ?9. A News special
from Trinidad Co' , says that opera
ting st hp r"'-" at Berwlnd and
Hastlags, two of the largest coal pro
ducing sections of Colorado, have been ,
seriously crippled by the action of
about 300 non-union men iti quitting
work today. The men were dissatis
fied with the amount of their pay
checks the particular objection being
the deductions made for articles furn
ished them by the coal companies.
Secretary Simpson, of District 15,
of the United Mine Workers of Ameri
ca, hag issued a warning to union men
tc beware of pe-sons who are reported
to be making an effort to have the
strike settled "on any conditions." He
say that only rhe strikers themselves
a.id the National officers have the
power to end the strike. He further
declares that the outlook for a success
ful termination of the contest is bright
er than ever before.
BRYAN IS STILL TALKING.
He Does Net Like the Reorgpp'xation
Nor the Platform
Dnluth, Ml"i., April 29. In an In
terview tonight on reorgan' .ilon W.
J Bryan said: "1 do ecI -.hink they
are gaining any strength. The papers
attesting to the g-ewth of the reorgan
Iiatlon are edited by reorganizers and
Republicans.
"I have been quoted5 on the plat
form, and I will say that wherever Its
principles nearly approach clearness
they are on the wrong side. It sur
passes any platform I ever read In
Us attempt to conceal the purposes of
those who wrote IL"
When a women looses her temper
rte finds fee voice. "
GARFIELD.
apldly attaining recognition as fr
lend. He occupies the position of
he newly organized Department of
tantly consulted by tie President, f
cal policy.
Libel Suit Against
the Bisbee Miner
MISS MAGGIE RODGERS IS BRING
ING SUIT FOR 410,000 DAM
AGES AND COSTS.
Attorney Sutter, of Bisbee, Filed the
Complaint, Which Is Based en an Ar
ticle That Appeared In the Miner of
March 30, Stating That Mies Rodg
ers Robbed a Man in Los Angeles.
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(Special to Review.)
Tombstone. April 29. Salt was fil
ed in the District Court by Attorney
Sutter of Bisbee, for his client. Miss
Maggie Rodgers, against the Bisbee
Dally Miner, E. O. Ord, J. G. Pritch
3rd, B. W. Clawscu, Frank De Sous'.
T. E. Hood, Joha Doe and Richard
Roe doing business under the name
or the Btebeo Dally Miner, for slander
13d Btilng for damages to the extent
of $10,000.
The action Is based on the publica
tion of an article in the Miner or
March 30. which stated thit the de
fendant was arrested In Lo Angp'eo
'or robbing a man named Peterson.
The article is copied in full in the com
nlainL The complaint further alleg
es that the defendant, who I ?5 yers
"f agc.ha9 iad her chances of mar--lacre
greatly Impaired and Injured bv
h nuhlicntion of the article and ali
hit a1? she makes he- livlne by sew
'"" 4hat he- diances of making a live
lihood by that mean ha pIo bo"
diminished by the publication of thp
alleged article. Besides asking for
the damages, she aaks for costs of suit
o
INVESTIGATION OF COAL ROADS.
Inter-State Commission to Look Into
the Rates Charged by the Penn
sylvania Roads.
Washington, April 29. In the an
thracito coal rate inquiry, based on
the complaint of Wm. R. Hearst, of
New York, against the Philadelphia
and Railway company and other car
riers of coal from the Pennsylvania
mines to New York and other points
the Inter-State Commerce Commission
today entered an order reonening the
proceedings for further Investigation
and the submission of additional testi
mony on behalf of both sides.
JAYWOOD IS OUT OF JAIL.
Guarded by a Deputy He Goes Back
to His Headquarters.
Denver, April 29. Secretary Hay
wood of the Western Federation of
Miners, charged with desecration of
the flag, was allowed to leave jail to
day in custody of a denuty sheriff, and
take charge of the affairs at Fedca
tlon headquarters In this city. He
boars a few marks .f his encounter
with the militia.
Lying about your age won't prolong
your life.
A wise man may profit by the ac
tions ol a fool. -
SAINT LOUI
EXPOSITION
OPEN
GREATEST OF WORLD'S FAIRS TO
OPEN TODAY MEN WORKINQ
ALL NIGHT WITH DES
PERATE ENERGY.
EXHIBITS ALL READY
Program of th0 Opening Exercises.
City a Blaze of Glory In the RoU
dence Portion The Opening Exer
cises Will Be of a Serious Nature,
Devoid of Glittering Pageant.
SL Louis, April 29. St. Losla to
night is prepared tor Uo greatest day
in her history. Tomorrow at noon
her exposition will be thrown open to
tho world. All of today and all of
tonight the people save worked wits
a desperate energy to accomplish the
thousand and ono things iat always
remain tO be donn At tho List mnmant
The work of ar.anglng the exhibits
oaa removing the scaffolds will contin
ue until the Cawn. and ii In rnnfirinnrl
expected that when the fair opens at
noon tomorrow everything within hu
man possibility will have been done to
advance the work to the farthest limit
li preparation.
.In. the down town streets and resi
dence district the decorations are pro
fust and beautiful. Tne " exercises
or tomoirow will ha mom ocrlnn.
than beautiful. There will be com
paratively little of the glittering pag
eant that marked the dedlration mor.
olsos a year ago, but the ceremonies
yicteuiair ine tormai opening will be
none the less Interesting.
At 9 O'clock in thn mimlmr -.It thn
high dignitaries of the Exposition wiy
meet at the administration building;
-and headed by a band will march to
iae i-iaza. oi at. Louis, in the center ot
lur KxnnKiLinn rrrmniiB
The renresentatlve 'nf rnrsim ..
. .vujm bW,'
ciuiaeans win meet at the hall of con
gress at the same hour, and will time
meir paraae la tee plaza so as to ar
ar-T
rive at me same moment as the ex
position officials march in from tie
uppusite airecuons.
At the samn fimn tt, m.A.....-
tives of state and territorial govern
ments will enter the plas from a third
avenue, having previously formed at
'he United Sl.-ltp hnllrtlnfr Ar... k.
Invocation, the keys of the building
will be -turned over by President Fran
els, -who will transfer the buildings
'o the directors of the exhibits. Co
m s of the "Hymn of the West" will
then be sung, follnwprf h tho nruninr
adcTess of Mayor Wells, of St. Louis.
ne list speeen or the day will be by
secretary lair ana at the conclusion
i signal will be .given President
'loosevelt In the White House, the
"Olden key will be pressed, and the
vscades will Bend down their floods
honsands of banners will be unfurled
nd the grpat Toulslana Purchase Ex
'ositlon will be open to the world.
o
GONE TO PARADISE.
"rom Tombstone to Paradise, Many
Are Golnq to the New Camp.
(Serial to ppTlew.)
Tombstone. Airli 29. Eight miners
"" se-t out fhh moaning to the
'bHfnbtt t-.o-p they will be put
irorV on f lo-d nnjnertles recent-
f hnnrto'l r Tom Wright, lc the vicln
'tv of Paradise.
Mart Moore has moved his transfer
outfit to Paradise, where he win run
a stage line between that place and
Hodeo. using ono of the old historic
coaches that has been used on the
airtisnk-Tombstone line for a number
of years.
CLERK IN NEW QUARTERS.
(Sneclal to Review.)
Tombstone. April 29. Clerk of the
Court WiTlcox Is moving into the office
-erently occupied bv the Biard of Su
pervisors, and will be '"'nfortably set-
Ted bv the time of the convening of
he June term of the District Court.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
'(Special to Review.)
Tombstone. Anrll 29 Edward J.
"lannlgan. of Bisbee, has filed a peti-
Mon in the Probate Court asking for
'otte-s of administration in the estate
jf Frank McEnany, deceased.
NO DECISION GIVEN.
Baltimore. April 29. Eddie Hanlon,
if San Franrlsco, boxed ten rounds to
i draw with Kid Sullivan of Washing
ton, before the Eureka Club tonight.
Love Is about the only thing that
n divert cigar money Into a sav
ings bank.
o
Same men can Hod - fault right
along without spending a cent adver
tising for It
Mass Meeting
Will Be Held
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING
DELEGATES TO TOMBSTONE
CONVENTION, MAY 1.
Meeting Will Be Held at Tammany
Hall on Tuesday Evening, at 7:30 p.
m Forty Delegates Will Be Elected
and All Democrats of Bisbee Pre
cinct Are Invited to Be Present and
Participate.
Tho Democratic Central Committee
for BinUee Pioclnct hold a meoung in
the office ot B. J. O'Keliiey last eon--iig
for the purpose of deciding on a
plan for the election of forty delegates
to the County Convention, which will
be held at Tombstone on May 14.
Besides the members of the commit
tee dhsr Democrats were present and
participated In tie meeting. After
some dlscussloj, participated in uj
MaJ. Burton, James Letson and M. J.
Cunningham, uoon motion nf Jamci
Letson it was voted unanimously that
the Democrats of Bisbee select their
delegates bv a. mass convention tr he
held in Tammany Hall on Tuesday ev-
emug next at v:3U p. m. There was
not a dissenting voice to this plan, and
it was so ordered by the commute.
It was als ordered by the committee
that through the columns of tho Re
view a general invitation be extended
o all Democrats in Bisbee to attend
the convention.
The committee came to the conclu
sion that the mass meeting would be
the most popular method and oblets
tiofis were made to regular primaries
on the ground that It would bo expen
sive ano inconvenient, owing to the
sSort time that claused hnfnm tK Ante
set for the election of delegates, name
ly, .stay a.
o
Union Is Seeking Pardon
For Delegate Sam
Sparks
CENTRAL FEDERATED UNION IN
DORSES A PETITION TO
U,!UUCkU
New York City. N. Y., April 29.
It became known yesterday that a
strong effort was being made to ob
tain a pardon for Sam Parks, tho con
victed walking delegate, who is seiv-
mg- a sentence of four years and six
months for extortion.
Delegates of the various labor Organ,
izations have been asked to sign a .peti
tion which 1s to be presented to Gov.
Odell. Many have signed, but others
refuse to do so. They hold Parks re
sponsible for the building tie-up last
summer, when 100,000 men weie icle
for six months at a loss of $30,000,000
in wages.
The matter of Parks's pardon came
up yesterday before the Central Fed
erated Union. Walking Delegate Smith
of the Plumbers' Union, asked that
he application for pardon be Indorsed.
These reasons for clemency are pre-
sentea m the petition:
"That the penalty imposed is intend
ed to be corrective and not punitive.
In view of th? prisoner's extreme
'y critical illness justice should be
tempered with mercy, and we believe
hat the ends of Justice have been
'ully carried out by the conviction of
Samuel Parks.
"We further wish to respectfully
all your attention to the fact that at
he present time there is being mado
n earne&t effort Which we he'love
will be ultimately successful to bring
about an era of peace between em
ployers and employes in the building
industry in the city of New Tork. This
being the case, we believe that it Is
within your power to soften or forever
wipe out any Ill-feeling that may at
present exist In the ranks of labor to
ward the employers by pardoning Sam
uel Parks. Despite any crime alleged
against him, he has In the past been
i loyal and earnest worker In the cause
of organized labor."
Delegate Smith expects that every
ibor union will endorse the petition
He said that Parks was a sick man
md could not live out his sentence.
Chairman Oberwager put tho motion
cf signing the Parks application for
nardon before the house and It was
carried, but one delegate voting In
the negative;
It was denied at Sing Sing that
Parks is critically 111. He Is working
in the brush shop making doormats.
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
N!ne-Tentr of a British Columbia
Town Destroyed by a Fire.
Vancouver, B. C, April 29. Nine-
tenths of Fernie, B. C. a town of three
thousand population, is in ashes. The
Are started in a general store of the
town and spread northward, and wiped
out practically every business estab
lishment In the city. Very few resi
dences were burned, and there were
no casualties. The water supply
gave out after a run of half a night,
land the fire burned itself out Tho
I loss is estimated at half a million do!-Mars.
T. & P. Machinists
On a Strike
VANT AN INCREASE OF FOUR
AND ONE-HALF CENTS
AN HOUR.
Struck For a Raise Equal to Wages I
Paid Galvecton & Houghston Men '
and Then Increased Their Demand
For Still More.
The Texas & Pacific ia now experi
encing a strike at the local shops of
its machinists. The strike, however.
is not ve.y extensive, as only seven
machinists are employee and one of
these is tho foreman of tho shop, who
i
Is not affected by the strike and an-i
.othe. Is on the sick list, leaving
j only Ore men who went ouj.
I The men first wanted the scale of
tho G. H. shops here adopted as a
t standard and walked out to enforce
their demands. Then, after tho com
pany agreed to that, they asked for a
raise of four and a half cents per
hour, making 'their scale the same as
the boilermakers, -vhlch the com
piny refused to agree to.
The wage matter has been under
advisement for some time but was not
brought to a head until yesterday.
When the G. H.ralsed Its machinists
ono cent per hour. About a month
ago, the machinists in the employ of
the Texas & Pacific at this point wait-!orcers t0311111 been siven the people
ed upon Superintendent E. B. Smith ito c,eaa UP thlr premises have been
and asked that the Bcale of wages ''obeyed 1th but one exception, and
adopted by tho G. H. be also adopted that PIaco !s now clean, a warrant be-
on the Texas & Pacific. At the time lnE necessary to bring about the desir
Mr. Smith took the matter up with ed result- Chihuahua Hill is in a bad
J. W. Addis, superintendent of motive cond'tln. many of tho residents of thig
power on the Texas & Pacific sys-
tern and asked that he do something
for the men. At the time It was sug-
gested to Mr. Addis that It would
help matters a great deal to put the
men on ten hours per day, instead of
nine hours as they were then working,
which he agreed to and the men wero
out to work at ten honrs per day under
the old schedule of 38 cents per hour.
At the same timo Mr. Addis promised
that whatever schedule was adopted
by the G. H. would also be adopted on
the Texas & Pacific, but before to
arho-Ized the increase, Mr. Addis ws
taken suddenly 111 and is novin Mltr
eral Wells for the benefit of his health
and is unablo to attend to anvinsiness -ilB rT, po'-v " lne oraer Is n
vhiffivcr. fmtmtttmsMiexei tn,s timo. arrests andrprosecu-
Testerdaywhen the time rolls Wo
made out by Foreman ,AI Rossetter.
the machinists and boiler makers both
asked if. they were given the raise on
tho April rolls and were told that no
Instructions had as yet been received
to makn ,i inr h. fw - ...
ment had been received from the man-
agement to the effect -Uiat rta raise
would be made.
The men then waited UDon Superin
tendent Smith to find out what he In-
culcu iu uo in me mauer ana ne
'mmedhtely wired Master Mechanic
-...J...3 -X. .. .. .
0? dSsasfss ri foSocC?" Ff rk r5
dSwithe iMMTdS BBT-
-i Manager L. S. Thorne. who up to wn?ntdfiw?7fc attentio?
that time had not been advised ci the J"1 G Nacf L .? PoS) w
7lTJln rte fh7 fMrMeVahthoHc?hS " ' "
'pcnK ZTn ?haeCkm ant l-USWM """I
h mon monf f t,ii, tnat tncJe ls a ap of old cans and
he mpn went out on a strike.
After being assured of what the G.
H. Md done tor its boiler makers and
machinists he immediately wired bick
o adODt tho same scale cf pay, effec
Mvo May 1. This arrangement nroved
satisfactory to the boilermakers and
hpv are going ahead with their work.
However the machinists now c'alm
h't now wis the time, while the mat
or m"v od. to settle tho mitter cf ask
no- for n raise O four an o bs'f
S PeI ?uri!?,ch tbCT had ?erhave the Jail cleaned or torn dowu
:i7 , CJf "c "uw ulDSi
uut iur uiiu raise.
Thev base this claim on what the El
Paso-Nortbeastcrn Is paying the one
S,B,V 'LV.i0 "' emD,0,r aVhlS f th healrh finances tiat come'
nolnt. who gets the same scale of pay.nniW hi. !,. c ffl "
- ...- a. a , . .
a- inu Aiamworuo soopmen, wno, in
se'tlement of tho recent trouble there.
were given the same amount of pay
as the boilermakers on that line.
So far both the company and the
men are hbldlng firm and settlement
f .hardlv expected for a few days at
the earliest.
JEWS TO BE BETTER TREATED.
Russian Government to Moderate Anti-
Jewish Legislation.
Berlin. April 29. The Tageblatt to
day announced from an excellent Rus
sian source that the Russian govern
ment is about to moderate Its anti-
Jewish legislation. The provincial au
thorities blame the antiquated laws far
he social and economic disorders
which .have involved the whole coun
try, at"! ac ommlsslon has been ap-
joimeu to immediately elaborate a
inilder legislation and especially to lm-
urove the situation of the Jewish pro
letariat.
n . .
To some men the only annoying
thing about debt Is that they cannot
get deeper in.
The bashful num never knows how
much trouble he misses on account
ot that weakness.
COMMITTEES
MEET FOR
HEALTH
ENTHUSIASTIC FORMAL MEETVNG
LAST NIGHT OF BOARD OF
HEALTH. SANITARY COMMIT-
TEE AND STREET COM-
MITTEE.
bLtApl UP IS THE ORDER
County -Jail to Be Inspected by Sanlta.
ry Committee Roads and Streets to
Be Repaired Only One Smallpox
Case Orders of Health Officer Are
Being Obeyed.
At the fire house last night the
Board of Health, the Sanitary Commit
tee and the Street Committee of tho
City of Bisbee met in a formal meeting
to futther the plans fcr cleaning the
city.
Health Officer Edmundsoa reported
that the streets of Bisbee were now
cleaner than they ever havo been. All
v1"""" we town mrowing out all
the,r re'nse Into the trails and opes
sPacPS. It was suggested mat notice
P"1" ' Spanish be posted on Chi-
5j-'alu Hill to stop this practice. The
Ueli Officer recommended that part
f t0.wn be cleaned up at once. A
boardlnf huse on the Naco road was
rePrtod by the Sanitary Committee
to be ,n a vei? flluy condition. Dish
'ater and other sloPS Is thrown into
th0 yard and out lnt0 tho street. The
PeP'e wh "in this place were notl-
,ed J,03 tlmes b tae old council to
Itp "is practice. The present Health
oalcer will visit the place and again
?ive tho rderHo clean up the filth and
l," "" I01,ow- . .. '
.?.1t, one. case . smallpox was re-
t'"rluu' an? lnat 13 aready confined to
1" f' ,, , ... '" T nue v
!?? b!Ted ,for tbo pest nouse- th8
'JT ! f 7pi n CUty ana aUoweJ
the Pent to escape.
5f nSe m ,Chihuaha Hffl
?Z"JL"!
given a goad cleaninc and thorouealv
fumigated.
The roads are to be repaired fct
once, and the Street Committee w'l
t,ir , -.,- i...j .t vr .
SIlS' " MLl"t!h?.a"pen.,i-
otaer Teruse below the slag dunm Ths
Street Superintendent was Instructed,
to taKe.tnls rubbish away.
The Sanitary Committer is e v''t
the county Jail on O. K street and
make an Investigation of the place. It
was reported that the jail Is In a very
filthy and unhealthy cordltlon ari 'j
i danger to public health. The com.
mittee will report their findings st tho
first regular meeting of the Council,
and prompt action will be taken to
Tho scavenger was ordered to re.
inrirf all nonn ,. . .
ln7W,77:.JZ":?JZ .p.rop.e.r
cmZ :L "'. "Sf S "' "eua
I " '" wv.
Those present at this n;h i-:.i3t.c
meeting, held for the good of BIsbeo.
were Mayor Taylor. Clerk Hicks Mar
shal Snodgrass, Street Superintendent
Kreigbanm, Scavenger Glass and Al
dermen Ord, Devine. Hogan, Cavin and
Health Officer Edmundson.
MAY ADOPT GOLD STANDARD.
If It Does Not, U. S. to Coin Special
Money for Canal Zone.
Panama, April 29. It seems oossi
ole a gold standard will be adopted by
Panama. A committee to wblrh (h9
question was Teferred has reported
favorably, after considering, among
other questions, that the United Statej
will use American currency ii the
canal zone. As regards the amount,
it is recommended that enough lacscr
be coined to prevent the U. S from
having a pretext to coin a special ru
rency for the zone. --TitpJdjN to
com suver money, using tnp Am't
can gold as the standard, and prohib
iting the introduction of foreign silver
money.
c
That which Is uselesa cannot bo
harmless.
Ho who will not be a servant caj
not be a saint.
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