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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNI NG, APRIL 30, 1904.
Played the Hose
On Madame Calve
By Last Congress
IMPORTANT LEGISLATION CON
FINED TO CUBA AND PANA
TVn.hlnf.tnn Annl 1Q Ti t tmnnrl.
The Part Leaders
Give Up Their Idea
XIMGER DRENCHED IN STREAM
INTENDED TO DISPERSE YALE
STUDENTS AT STAGE DOOR,
BUT WON CHEERS IN HER
Wcw Haven, Conn., April 29. Mme.
Calve bore the brunt of a hose attack
iteteaded (or a band of college stu
deals and, with her garments trailing
ss though she had given realism to
piulia'n drowning scene in "Ham
led," went to her dressing Toom. She
avrcarcd half an hour later as Car
ibco. and, in spite of her ducking,
"wit her accustomed fervor.
JJcr coming had been advertised far
3a advance, and at least three hundred
Tl btudonta went to tho stage door
T lie Hyperslon theater, insisting
fcal they be hired as supernumerar
ies. They could all sing the Torea
r cong after a fashion and the total
revolt of their labors was deafening.
TPbo management selected twenty-
-vc of a distinctly Spanish type to
appear a3 the disturbed populace, the
aacry crowd and the curious onlookers
mad hinted that the others might ro-
Dismissal was something on tthlch
tkey had not counted, and the 275
who remained Ceclarcd that they must
appear on the same stage with Mme.
fctfvc When they were again asked
o disperse they sang more loudly and
seemed as though the choruses of
Kcxet would be drowned out by refes
ocos to the Bingo farm. The stage
aaads, fearing an invasion, sent up a
ry of distress. Signal box lights were
vateod on lampposts near tho campus
and details of policemen from outly-
Sj; precincts -went to raise the siege.
Turned Hose on the Singer.
The students Bang their boola and
acftscd to move. The policemen tried
jorcry and were about to resort to
se. Calve's carriage drove up at
moment and to avoid being
spied upon by the horses the stu-
opened a passageway. The
carpenter, who read the cue.
kc trouble at this moment," turn-
a oa a stream of water from the fire
Mae. Mme. Calve emerged from her
ttniago Just in time to meet the
ana of the water.
Tkc diva stepped back astonished,
She said something in French which
fee joulhs could not understand, but
Vey liked the intonation and the
apgatarcs, and, removing their hats,
4tey save three cheers for Mme.
SJtc The diva bowed and remark-
it wa3 all "so valre chic," and the
fays cheered again and gave the frog
by way of a cheerful prophesy,
e the Worse lor Her Drenching.
atme. Calve shrugged her shoulders
aad entered the dtage door, where she
dsacuunlered the stage carpenter hose
jqaksnd and overcome with apologetic
tJb, Madame," he exclaimed, with
er! paying any special attention to
jfce direction of the nozzel. "i didn't
n you were there. It was for
He directed the hose in another
?frgo at a gesture from the prima
, who then hurried to her dress
nas room. The students, quiet, and
S"o even penitent, dispersed and
"aWre 'was no more disorder.
nie. Calve was never in 1etter
TPiee. The audience was charmed.
aia none Bnspected that she had rls
a only a short time before like an
alWe from the floor.
After the first act the story was
"jikisperod about and they gave her
j lie more enthusiastic a Tecep-
Ban Crazed by
Nursing Insane Wife
WDTH NOW IN AN ASYLUM AFTER
twenty Years of melan
Esington, Ky., April 29. Mr. and
SNl Owington Shock were brought to
4o aaatera Kentucky lunatic asylum
m this eity today from Woodford
gMEBty, having been declared insane
f m jury in the circuit court at Ver
Beu on Saturday.
rPwenty-flvo years ago Shock was a
arelhg salesman for a Philadelphia
Ifpase. and during one of lis visits to
xsailles he met Miss Mary Ellen
Sataeon, and eventually they were
MTied. Their married life was hap
Tter until the young wife's mind began
Tte give way. Then Shock was com
:ttea to give up his posIUon and spend
aH of Ms thne in caring for her.
een ralthfnl in his attention to his
ae. ana aurtng all that time the for-
ae OT HIS WHO was hplni? rtlssfnntnil
efforts to reaioro hpr rpisnn
Tfcere was no hope for her, how
Jer. and after all these years of devo
tflpa the mind of tho husband became
TSfcialanced. They both appeared be
aa a jury on Saturday and were ad
jpdpci of unsound mind and ordered
ik) the local asylum.
'William M. lawrence. an old time
"blorado miner, was in Prescott this
wai from a point on the Hassayampa.
afpren miles south of PrescotL He
nul with him several specimens from
at ledge 14 inches wide on ono of his
slums in that section and if the looks
f the ore do not belie It he may have
a! bonanza. He says mcrr are prosper
aSa In his section, though water ia
suce; that Bill Williams with an
Kft3tra Is reducing 3,500 pounds of ore
a day and it averages $30 per ton
aatsg from $20 to $42 and from In
frratioaa he will eoon be in position
la place a 5-stamp mill on his prop-y.
ant legislative accomplishments of the
first and second sessions of the Fifty-
eigntn congress were connnca to two
subjects, Cuba and Panama. The
Cuban recoproclty treaty was made
operative by legislative enactment.
The ratification of a treaty by the Sen-
itn .inrt thi mirmfwlllnnt InlHnHnn rT
legislation for the government of the
canal zone commit the United States
to the construction of the Panama
The senate ratified the treaty nego
tiated with Cuba to carry out the terms
of the Piatt amendment. It also rati
fied tho Chinese Commercial treaty,
which provides for two open ports in
Chairman Hemenway of the House
committee on appropriations, gives the
total of all supply bills as $597,802,324
to which must bo added $S4,971.820 for
interest on the public debt. The esti
mated revenues are $704,472,060. By
these figures the expenses arc $22,000,
100 less than the revenues.
No river and barber bill making pro
vision for new projects was under
aken. Likewise, no omnibus measure
carrying provisions for new public
buildings was allowed to pass.
While 1,400 bills became laws, less
than 150 were "public" bills, and of
this latter number one half simply au
thorized tho bridging of rivers, the
damming of streams, the regulation of
Federal courts, and the ordinances of
the District of Columbia.
In the House 15,398 bills, 349 resolu
tions, 152 joint resolutions and 61 con
current resolutions were introduced.
Of these 2,253 passed the House. In
the Senate 645 bills were introduced.
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES
f .. .
Elk's day at the World's Fair will
be July 2G.
The Columbus Guards, Columbus,
Ga., embracing fifty officers and men
will camp at the World's Fair from
July 17 to 23 inclusive.
Wyoming exhibits gold quartz at the
World's Fair in specimens so rich
hat they are Dlaced in a mtta nverr
Connecticut has a fine exhibit f
carrier pigeons at the World's Fair.
3ome of which -will compete in the big
pigeon races at the World's Fair.
Two locomotives representing the
most modern type stand one on either
sice of the entrance to the Palar of
Transportation at the World's Fair.
The Texas Woman's Press Associa
tion will meet at the WoTld's Fair
-luring the World's Press Parliament
week, beginning May 16. The associa
tion has arranged for a reception In
be Texas building on Thursday after
noon to all Tisitlng newspaper men
All postmasters of second and third
"lass postoffices will be granted a
'eave of absence for ten days to en
able them to attend the convention of
'he National Association of Post
masters of Second and Third Class
nost offices, which will be held at the
World's Fair in May.
The Empire State Express is a
'eaturo of the New York Central and
Hudson River railroad exhibit in the
Transportation Palace at the World's
air. The train consists of four cars,
combination baggage and smoker, two
lay coaches and an observation car.
It is the same train that made the
record run from New York to Buffalo.
An artillery salute will be fired upon
he monument grounds at Washington
it the instant President Roosevelt
oresses the button starting the machin
ery of the World's Fair on April 30.
The Marine band will play at the
White House during the assemblage
of the distinguished guests to see the
president turn on the power.
The banqueting hall of the British
juildlng at the World's Fair is furn
'shed in fine reproductions of histori
cal examples of the Queen period. The
'urnitur consists of chairs after tho
originals in the possession of the
EaTl of Wfestmoreland, old console
tables that were part of the collec
lon cf Viscount Hilton -at Morstham
House and a number of cabinets and
tables of historic interest.
UNCLE SAM MAKES MONEY.
A Real Mint Turns Out Coin-like
Souvenirs at the World's Fair
White Ycu Walt,
An actual mint in practical opera
tion Is one of the "live' exhibits in the
United States government building In
the eastern section of the World's
Fair grounds. To be sure this mint
does not turn out actual coin of the
realm, but it does cast World's Fair
souvenirs, just t?ie size of certain
coins. The visitor may see them
made and he win learn exactly how
Uncle Sam makes his money. This Is
the first time that an actual mint was
ever shown at any exposition. After
the fair the "Wbrld'8 Fair mint will bo
taken to Denver, Colo., and will con
vert the products of the western gold
and silver mines into coin.
When a boy- gets old enough to
know better he thinks he'a too old to
Better tho service without the sen
timent than the sentiment without
When some men are confronted by
an opportunity they Invariably see
OF EVER PLACATING BRYAN FOR
Many cf His Old-Time Friends Not In
Sympathy With His Speech at
Chicago Republicans Are Tickl
ed. Washington, April 25. Tho speech
or Air. Bryan In Chicago last week
caused but little Icomment here
among Democrats, much less any
atlr. It pleased the Republicans, who
praised It highly, as they still believe
that Bryan is their chief asset, and
that their only chance to win in No
vomber Is by Bryan opposing the SL
Louis nomlnoo anc! platform The
Democrats who wish for party success
have long since given up any hope cf
placating Bryan. They are satisfied
that he is determined to pursue his
rule-or-ruln policy. An old Democrat
expressed It today when he Bald:
"Bryan should be the last man in
the world to talk about any man or
set of men having a mortgage on the
Democratic party, for he has held a
mortgage on the party for the last
eight years, and has drawn big in
terest money. If there is a single
Democrat in the whole country that
has made anything out of this mort
gage but Bryan I would like to know
where he can be found. As far as the
New York platform is concerned- it is
not written or intended as the Demo
cratic keynote of the campaign. It
was for home consumption. After
suggesting a presidential candidate it
would have 'been prefumptuous to
dictate the platform. The SL Louis
convention will do that part of the
work, and no doubt it will be accept
able to all good and loyal Demacrats.
ny platform opposed to Roosevelt
ind Rooseveltism is good enough for
ne anu snouic do sumcieeni lor any
The Kansas City Platform.
It is amazing that any intelligent
Democrat with a memory long enough
o stretch back to the Kansas City
convention of 1900 could expect the St
Touis convention to reaffirm the plat
orm adopted at Kansas City.
Even at Kansas City, neither Sena
tor Jones.wbo called the convention to
order, nor Gov. Thomas, of the silver
State of Colorado, its temporary
."balrman, nor Representative Rieh
irdson, the permanent chairman, said
ie word in favor of free silver at
16 to 1.
fipnntftp Mnnv et XftcelceTnnf a
strong free silverlte, said in the Plat
'orm Committee that it was a mistake
fo make it an issue and the act
ual strength of free silver among the
delegates was only 171 out of 930. J
The Platform Committee on Irs first
ma unieuerea expression snowea a
"lfan majority against free silver and
he old 1896 platform. After a twelve
hour of struggle the silver plank was
Anally adopted by one vote, that of
he delegate from Hawaii a newly-
acqnired Territory, having no elerto-l
-al vote and a population of about 2-, i
Four other votes for the 6ilver
clank -were cast by delegates from ter
ritories having no vote In the pres-.
dential election Arizona, Indian Ter
ritory, New Mexico and1 Oklahoma.
Nine states or tho original "solid
South," the bulwark of the Democratic
oarty, voted against it and only four
In its favor. Of the twenty-one I
states voting for the plank, only thlr
een were Democratic, and their total
electoral vote is only ninety-five. The
twenty- three states voting against the
Dlank have 207 electoral votes, and
among these thirteen are now, or were
before 1896, doubtful, the deciding
I Banco de Cananea
3 Department of Canaaet ConsolidttedCopper Co., B.A. 5
Cananea, Sonora. Hexico.
ZstBlitk4 1902, Trawtacti General BaaKisf; Bbi1bu
Drafts Issued on all Parts of the World. S
Exchange in Mexican money. 3
W. C. Greene, PresidenL
I. Macmanus, Cashier.
F. E. Beecher, Asst. Cashier
POSTOfflCt SALOON and RESTAURANT
MEALS OR SHORT ORDERS
Ronquillo, Sonora, Mexico
TIME CARD OF THE CANANEA,
YAQIT R1YER & PACIFIC
Leave Naco for Cananea at 10:30 a. m.
Arrive Canane at 12:30 p m.
Leave Cananea for Naco at 2:10 p. m.
Arrive Naco at 4 p. m.
Connections at Naco with E. P. Sc S. W.
Effective January 17.
E. A. McFARLAND,
Assistant General Manner.
states in every presidential election.
Thus it will be seen that Hawaii
and the Territories who contribute no
electoral votes did thn damaze. I
To sum up, it can bo said without
the preadventure of a successful con
tradiction that the platfrom was only
finally adopted upon the explicit
threat of Mr. Bryan that he would not
otherwise accept the nomination.
When reasoned with by friends he
waved them aside, announcing that
i would "personally assume all re
3ponsibilIty for the result."
Is it any wonder that not one of
'hese leading friends of Mr. Bryan ts
with him today?
The Stricken Ito From Grief.
What a fortunate provision of nature
It Is. that deprives the roee of mental
suffering; for how poignant would be Us
Brief to discover. In the height of Its
blooming- glory, that a canker fed at Its
heart, and that its beauty and fragrance
were doomed forever. Nature always
spares the suffering: she Is a veritable
store-house of pleasing rewards, for
those who seek her aid. Tn the years
gone by falling hair and grayncss have
cast a gloom over the lives of thousands
of young women, but thanks to the in
vestigations or scientists tho true cause
of hair destruction Is now known to be
a germ or paraslto that burrows Into
the hair follicles. Newbro's Herpiclde
absolutely destroys this germ, thus
permitting the hair to grow as na
ture Intended. Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10c. in stamps for sample
to The Herpiclde Co.. Detroit, Mich.
THE BISBEE DRUG CO. Special AgU.
NOTHING LIKE EXPERIENCE.
"One truth learned by actual expe
rience does more good than ten ex
periences one hears about." Ten ft
man that Chamberlain's CoHc. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy will care
cholera morbus, and be will most like
ly forget it before the end of the day.
Let him have a severe attack of that
disease, feel that he Js about to die.
use 'this remedy, and learn from his
own experience bow quickly it gives
relief, and be will remember it all
his life. For Rale by all druggists.
THEY HAVE A FLAVOR
The English Kitchen strawberries
are selected for their flavor. The
cream with them ia simply delicious.
Try them. 4-19-tf
National Shoe and Leather
Bank. New York City.
Angio-Californian Bank, San
Banco de Sonora, Hcrmosilb,
International Banking Corpor
ation. Mexico City.
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in popular favor because
ness its unvarying quality keeps it up. Over
a million sold daily. Cremo 5c. anywhere.
It's worth it anytime.
Largest Seller in the World.
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W. H. BROPHY, President.
J. 8. DOUGLAS. Vice-Prealdent.
W transact a csseral banking bcustnets uingdrafu cm all the priii,.. .-
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Mexican mooej bomrht and sold at prevailing- market prices,
fro Corporations. Firms and Individual
SONORA. MlrVIINO AGENCY
A1I Kinds of Mining Business Attended to Mines and Pros
pects Bought and Sold. ASSAYING AND SURVEYING.
References: First National Bank of Douglas. Banco de Sonora.
Hermoslllo. J. B. BUTLEB. Secretary
Staiey, McCarthy & Doyle, Proprietors.
Tho recognized entertainers of tho Southwest Finest of wines, liq
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enjoy a pleasant hour at this famous resort The latest numbers of tie
popular songs of the day by this trio of comedians acd princely entertain
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The famous health and pleasure resort. Pool, tub and mud
baths. First class accommodations
Stage meets all trains. C orresponuence solicited
Alexander Brothers, Proprietors,
Fort Thomas, Arizona
THE MANANA DISEASE
Is peculiar to this locality. Don't contract it Don't put off trading
with Mosher until tomorrow, manana. Begin right now and see what
good meat Teally is.
J. E. MOSHER, UNDER THE P. O., BISBEE, ARIZ.
Cochise lumber Co
Wholesale and retail dealers in Paget Sound,
Texas and California pine.
California redwood, lath, shingles and sashes; mouldings
doors, windows and mill work.
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A Hoe line of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES and
GENERAL PROVISIONS. Also a full line of Extra
Fine Wines and Liquors. Union Made Cigars.
3 Telephone 89; 3 Rings
of its good
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From First to Last
the Tehlcles we sell give satisfaction.
They are built with that end in view
The designers and makers have work
ed ont each detail to perflation, and
nothing faulty, is found in style mate
rial or construction. Th.ue
Buggies, Surries. Etc.
,aro sold at a nominal price, but aro
much above the average value
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