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THE BlSfcEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1906.
KodaKs and Photo Supplies
ARTISTS MATERIALS AND FRAMING.
We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and
Enlarging. Mall orders given prompt attention.
Send for Catalogue.
Un...f,J 0 r 510 SOUTH BROADWAY,
flOWiaiHl & tO. LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SENTENCE OF GONGHIN
BUYING RANGE CATTLE
20 Per Cent-
20 Per Cent
CONVICTED MAN WILL LEARN
'FATE SATURDAY, ATTORN
NEY3 GETTING TIME.
CAPT. MOSSMAN IN DOUGLAS ON
HI SWAY TO RECEIVE THEM
IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU
to write for oar bijr FKKK BICYCLE catalogue
showing the most complete Hue of "hlffb-erade
m nLj i,lcs amx& ana Buuuiuai A'j&nia
H JIKLOW any otter manufacturer or dealer In tne world. (
Hogttfar Price t
Wo Will Sell
You a Samalo
Pair for Only
M DO MOT BUY A BtOYCLE IrzrZS.
or on cnr ktud of terms until yoa bare received our complete Free Cata
locaea illustrating and describing every kind of high-grade and low-grade
bicycle, old patterns and latest models, and learn of our remarkable Lu IV
VUICKS and wonderful uevr offer made posiible by selling from factory
direct to rider with so middlemen's profits.
W SHIP OM APPROVAL vnthout a cent drfosit, ray the Freight and
allow lo Days free Trial and maVe other liberal terms which no other
house In the world will do. You will learn everything and get much valu
able information by simply writing us a postal.
We need a raaar Agent in every town and can oiler on opportunity
to mate money to suitable young men who apply at once.
??TSSgEfi "gPEB PAIR
1 WONT LET
OUT THE AIR
(CASK WITH ORDER $4.69)
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.
Result of is vcars experience in tire
making. No danger from THORNS. CAC
TUS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS.
.Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can
be vulcanized like any other tire.
To Hundred Thousand pairs now In actual use. Over
Ssvcr.ty.fivo Thousand pairs sold last year.
nFSBSHimtlNi Made in all sizes. It is live!? and easr ridinr. verv durable and linnl instd
with a special quality c rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures
without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers stating
that their tires have only been pumped uponceor twice in awhole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, tbe puncture resisting qualities being given by several layers of thin, specially
prepared fabric on the tread. That "Holding Back" sensation commonly felt when riding on asphalt
or soft roads is overcome by the patent "BasVet Weave" tread which prevents all air from, being
Notice the thick rubber tread
"A" and puncture strips "W
and "11," also rim strip II"
to prevent rim cutting. This
tire will outlast any other
maks SOr. i-LAbrlC and
UASr HIDING. ft
squeezed out between the tire and the road thus overcoming all suction. The regular price of these
lire is ja.50 ;
of only J4-S0
iron da nor T.
We will allow a rash discount of s per cent (thereby rnaLing the price 34.S5 per pair) if you end
tlre is $3.50 Per pair, but for advertising purposes we are making a special factory pnee to the rider
01 oniv S4.&0 per pair, ah orucrs suippcu saiue uay icucr is received, we snip iu.u on approval.
lou uo not VJ a iui uulu juu uavc wii tu uiu .uuuv. mui aumiy as rcpicscxiicu.
We will allow a rash discount of s per cent (thereby maLing the price 34.S5 cer rair)
FULL. CASH WITH OKDEK and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one nicLel
plated brass nana
puncture closers to
at fllll Knra! if
we are pcneciiy reiiaoie ana money sent 10 us is as saic as in a Dans, ask your postmaster
Banker, Expressor Freight Agent or the Editor of this paper about us. If you order a pair of
these tires, you will find that they will nde easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and loot
finer thanany lire you have ever used or seen at any price. We Lnow that you will be so well pleased
that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a small trial
orucr at once, nencc wis rcmar&mc lire uun.
.. . m aM mmjb rmm0 built-UD-Whl
y80 1 Sn'JEffwasiCCa everything in the bicycle line are sold by us at hall the usual
prices charged by dealers and repair men. Write for our big !UDHY catalogue.
mo linr lATATV tmt write " " Postal today. DO MT TIUXK OF BDYIXG a
CJU nZJ I TVfili bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you Lnow the new and
"wonderful oilers we are maLing. Jl only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW.
HEAD GY6LE COMPANY,9 Depi. "J L" C H 18100? ILL
HL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN SYSTEM
June 13 to 17, 1906
"Home Coming For All Kentuckians Who Have
Wandered to Other Ladns or Foreign Shores."
Floral Parades, Receptions, Grand Ball, Country Reunions, and at
night Grand Spectacular Pageant with Historic Floats, Fire Works,
This occasion will no doubt be one of the grandest demonstrations
of State Loyalty and Pride our country has ever known.
Will be operated from St. Louis, morning and evening for the con
venience of our patrons.
Call at the ticket office for beautiful illustrated booklet containing
routes ana information about the "Home Coming." Also a copy of
""Mv Old Kentucky Home," which will be placed by several brass
bands and will have a chorus of several thousand voices.
TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 11, 12 and 13, 1S06.
DAYS FKO.M DATE OF SALE
GOOD THIRTY f
Hate for the
W. P. McNAIR
DOUGLAS, May 24. (Speclal.)-r-TOMBSTONE.
May 24. The Judg
ment In the case of Conchln, convict
ed of tho grand larceny of a roll of
bills from the store of P. B. Warne
kros In this city in March, 1902, "will
bo pronounced by the court on Satur
day morning. The time of fixing t.'xe
sentence was placed at such a late
date as to afford the attorneys for
tno defense to get a transcript or the
testimony in order to make a motion
for a new trial and an arrest of Judg
ment, The case against Conchin, as
made out by the territory, was circum
stantial, but the links -were rather
closely connected, and when the de
fendant was put on the stand he weld
ed tnem tighter together. It Is doubt
ful if the defendant bad not been put
on the stand. If tho Jury would have
convicted him Conchin, after the
verdict had been read, broke down and
wept like a child. The statutes pro
vide a penalty of from ono to ten
years in the territorial prison for the
crime or grand larceny.
Campbell Case Delayed.
The Campbell case was called the
first thing this morning. Allen R.
English was entered as attorney for
Iho defense, and asked the court to
cpntinup the matter over until 1
o clock, as he Jiad not had time since
entering tho case to have a conver
sation with tho defendant or any of
the witnesses for the defense. The
matter was continued until that timp.
and was then passed for another half
nour. it is doubtful if anything fur
ther than the securing of the Jury will
be had this afternoon, as both the
prosecution and the defense will take
the greatest caution In the examina
tion and selection of the Jurors.
The return of Sheriff Hunt of the
special venire of twent-flve Jurors
shows the following names: J. F.
Crowley. J. B. Cook, Bert Parker, Geo.
Wilson. R. P. Brown, Geo A. Walker
U. M. Renaud, Albert Stacy, C. A.
Overlook, J. O. Martin, H. E. Dugan.
Harry Stone, W. C. McCoy, E. A. Von
Arnim, J. G. Erickson, D H. JohnsouJ
n. o. K-envon, u. U. Yett, W. H. Kirk
land, M. F. Van Treese, L. C. Hanks,
C. O. Ellis, J. G. Ewell, Avery Curry.
The following who have been seiv
Ing as trial jurors for the past two
weeks, were excused for the term:
John True. U. E. Kohler. Thorn-.,
Rogers, Joe YoungMood, James Reii
ly, Chas. Holtz.
Divorce cases continue to accumu
late on the docket in the clerk's office.
there being three more placed there '
mis morning. They are those of Dora (
t v v. v m. R. Leek. Dora aik to ,
(Special tx Review.)
Capt. J. B. Mossjian, the well
known cattleman and ex-captain of
the Arizona rangers, arrived in Doug
las this morning from El Paso. Ho is
en route to Hereford, to receive and
ship a larjte number of cattle which
liave been gathered from tho ranges
or w. c uitene. bo'h in Arizona and
Sonura. Tho exact number of cattle
to be shipped at this time could no
bo stated., but eibhty cars have been
ordered ser" to llcreidrd in which to
make the shipment. Thl3 will make
about three tralnloads. These cattle
will be shipped to the Mossman and
Greene pastures in South Dakota. Aft
er they have been fattened thoy will
go tnence to tno Chicago market,
which is. only thirty-six hours from the
"I do not consider the cattle Indus
trj to bo in good condition anywhere
Lat this time," said CapL Mossman
this morning. The ranges are ex
cellent in al parts cf New Mexico and
Arizona, but the price of cattle is far
Surprised at Douglas.
"It is remarkable how jour city
contjnues to grow," remarked the
Captain tody as he stood and watched
the workmen on the First .National
Bank building. "I know of no other
city that is keeping up with Douglas
in the matter of rapid and substantial
growth. It has already grown far be
yond what was expected of it when
the original location of tho placs was
mad", and there seems to be more sub
stantial building going on now thar
ever before. Douglas people have
done well In building churches and
chools, and In this line too much
cannot be done for the welfare of the
city in the future. Churches and
-vhools will attract tho better class
of people to come here and make their
New Mexico Prosperous.
Capt, Mcssman lives near Hoswell
where he hs an extensive cattle
ranch. Ho stated that the condition
of New Mexico was generally good.
and especially was this the case in
tho agricultural districts in tpo vicin
ty of Roswell The artesian wells of
that sectlcn har done much to re
ebim that country and make hundreds
of prosperous homes.
To Give Lawn Party. The ladies of
bt Cecelia's Guild of the Episcopa.
.lurch wll give a lawn party tomor-
i ..t. eveninc at tho home of Mrs. H.
'. Wiley in honer of the young peo
!i who ass,3td-in the entertainment
t the Orphc-um last night.
ue Bi-iiaruieu irom ner nusoana on the The Trolley Lin:
Siuuuua uiui ne aas Deen cruel K nor .-re Kslnir on tho new
-Work is pro-
f 1 fW ft r ntnnr
'haS fa,Ied.t0 fV.PP'y her with Hit. , railway. The old rails have been bond
necessary wants of life for over a j-ir oll and on Tenth street all of the over-
""" caiiauein aicuicneon wants bl aa wjre3 for the support of the trol--ieee
new ,io e.i IcCmcheon, on , i, v wire have betn installed The
me grounds or desertion, while mar iow street cars are now in the car
Daoust wants a separation on the
"rnunds of desertion and alleged adi.
t rn. when5 they will remain until
ho line is completed, which will be
' "tit July 4
TO HAVE MORE ROOM
ONLY ABOUT SEVENTY CiT"E3
HAVE QUALIFIED TO VOTE
ON SEWER BONDS
SECOND STORY TO BE ADDED TO
THE STORE WAREROOMS ON
DOUGLAS, Va. 24.
According it th
roll there are lioM f.i'ir li ji In 1 (.j '
payers in Bous'as h, wr uli. nc qua'
'fied to vote at (he '-1 "ica called n
authorize tne I'-suaneo of tho i: s, u
.. i j tt . . r if
tYtr cnattil -.rr C - -.rvt,4 ,. fc.. " 1" ' " '
"" "PVJUI tf,r-.T,I !- itJ JU1 Ul
irfjfTGl.S "iay 24. (Special.)
"i h ic n S' v r the bus ness coming
1 1 Um C 1 1- vjitten store in this city
I hii ; c t ie( i"ch r roportions that It
i! btsuci T,up'ssary to have more
njia ta t'ccoumcdate the vast amount
mind thft th
It sbonld he borne in' iwu1lJ.J' "'' "
.'act of rtsistcrintr fur ' ul '!"'
I pi irUAJ 1
SEASON EXCU8SI0M RATES TO CALIFORNIA.
Frojn;- ,, .' Jf , , To
Yuma.. --.:,- :!--
Tucson jjge-r- --i
Benson 2. .. J? I
Cochise . rl .Ss?3tz
To Los Angelas
'" SI 3.75
. " 36,10
gcr Strcdthoff au
J. A Holdn to
tthe regular U.ctnn tins spr ne will i rr-rarr- planj f putting a second
not entitle n pir.cn i..r.it his vore i st,,r "n ,h , ' "arehcus acrcss the
His name mu ! Uce n ;ho spe. IU-!,cni tht . ,r"- !na1'nt,n5 ?
.hi rfLtr ii ,...., ! 1 Turn trtti. II-s bu Idlne is 60
This spr-c:..' roRistra. n i beins i -1 '" f,ec,1 ,- '?,? ' of aTaable
made at 3w ? S'MionjId a o5cp in "ac- " 1 ,if- "" filiod. and this is
the city hall Vi 1 'in? The reistra- J ;he ",, w,? ' ,fL cl1 war.houso which
tion period . ' e' ih- on Jinf r,, aad , " T" 'J-nMl il
the election v i'' y h' Id rn June 15 A sorn as t" p! irs are ready the
So far dp l , sion baa nn n.ale aort. cf pulting the second story on
by those rt-T'erns; there 1 'out lit the wrKhcjc will btorln and will be
tie opr-os't ' r. i' th aevt r l,on Is bjt ( r.ine 1 "io tmij ' tlon Vhrn con.
this should d t dtt r mon from plpt (j fbr roori abivo w'll be utilized
registering It .ilns's pays or fit: 'oris jfecf. i!l f-r thf n nr. furnitnr
to show an ini r j' in all mat.t ra af cedln w ', Tc snow upon the
fecting th"'' Citi rmVuiitains ocv th - rio'thorn sectior
Every p r t iv'io is (Jndhfic 1 shoul 1 1 of the territory Is mpl4"i3 very slowly,
put his iars- or. tiic mwrial rpgn pr'fTiie Toth of icnv over that section
and vote a the bond e'ection Th iraucts from one frot to oifht feet. The
carry, ntr'of U'is. tmnd iswe b a heavv nvtr beds o.vetthe Salt and Gila wa
vctr ! 1 'iierflr lo.id in prorlr.iff'n? rerxiexls conUm a f.i-i.e volume of
tj) r i-e sive'BpIrlt iwhtch exists nMUiibg wat----as jet The I.ittlo Col
rre joradoland Colorado rivers remain a-
-, . o . "" imost bonVfil! 0v ag to ti.e conlinued
THIEVCS LOOT RAf.'CH HOUSE OfIJJ weather thrtmhoi.t rh wrck. Ir-
DEHT KOCPEB WHILE OVN
f ERISiCK IWDpUSLAS g y
DC'iGiAs :.iy s 5- a?tc-
ir --r, tic rarntero r"loBT! fst even
nivon was tursai a vvst n more e'
tanijve scale via, for u-..i jears
tiie larger canal zones In tonie cf the
. , SALE Datesi-Oh Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urcays, during the months of May, June, July, August
.and September, 1906.' "
RETURN LIMIT Good until November 30, 1906,
STOP OVERS: Contiruous passage required in each
direction between selling station and Coitoa, California.
Stopovers will be allowed only at points west of Colton,
,Z tZSaZSLL. fcilOT" canaife. crosscuts. laterals.
JS'JiKriS.'B ,lurInS thC IiMe pr.-rvm of the
1 fStLr?lpek Thert- is an aihpK s.ipply of
could oe nvved wa cvriwl awar. in j . ' '' '
cludinc clothing 'and foqd suppliee. Siuogccrtjie Chauffeur J T. Coyne,
. Jlr. Keeper -wa lirubt to, Dowg-jwho 1h empfcyst 'iu the Stort- a1ojii
las sufflTering with an attack of tyJ was fine $A0 by Judge- Mcfrmld
phold feier two weeks aso. aBd kie.Utfs moshinfi. for aasanltfis W. H
vilfc hcompanied Mm' here to nurse Kyle, a cbwffour in the erapHv of
him. The rancli house Sra deaenwi j Frank Elvy The assault Mas r-tmmlt-ternponrily,
and when "3I?8. Kosfierjtej! Monday afternoon in f-fon e th
returned there Sumlnj for soeielsalcon oc C avenue, whe-n tie gaso
clolhing he dKcoerd the robbery,.iIJne pilot was severely mauled
The rangers reported thSt th?yf t.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
UPON OR AD-
could find no clue W the perpetrators ovcrlectc President Th
of tie robbery, buf-it'-was evltfently j .irt finS"Sit r4,
commitieed 1V some one who was
familiar with the conditions (here
I Mr Kosper Is still very ill.
Carl Bock, Local, Ticket gent, Benson. A. T.
'E.G. Humphrey, District'-'Passenger Agent, Tucson
Senator Clark of Montana says thorc
in no reason for Ihe unrest In this
ccuntry. Whn '- he- remembers . tifr
satisfying "meal" himself and cutv-
V K- : -,..- i.i, 1 z-a . t i-
weeiu acii, ii uin;Q uu. tw uuw tiiij
one could possibly be hungry.
a meeting yestordar afternoon at the
ofilce of II. E Stone Karry Aluan
derr who Jias begu flirdont at Ihe
comnahv. reslirnoif oil account of his
otiior buIncnjt demands, rfnd Cy-'Slay-or
Overlock was elected? to f(7I "that
o21ce. A large numbor of lots fa tiur
townbit liave-lern sold-smse Jlay 17
Jind work has been commencfrl on tho
rh3who1oi, wlilch will llecomiJletOd 'by
20 Per Cent Discount Sale
OP STERLING MADE
jlfnsfew mst ' "
i J( n.m ei-r . - mcmi umrjsts, -
Cleanest, purest, most sanitary made MUSLIN UNDERWEAR in the market. Choic
est designs, best of materials, daintiest trimmings and largest assortment in the
city. A big money saving for you. A beautiful line of all garments are repiesent
ed, and all LESS 20 PER CENT.
copies' Cash Sto
Allen Block Straight Ahead of Plaza.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
A quiet, cool and comfortub'c house
of particular excellence, conveniently
situated at the corner of Second, and
Hill streets. In the heart of fne felty,
but Just enough removed frcin the cen
ter of trade activities to be-Away" from
the bustle (of traMc. It5location Is
not only the most central, IiUt the most
rrmvnriinrrt. tn all theaters, art galler
ies ami othpr places of tlniusemenL
American and. European p'3 Hates
A cure may be effected by applying
Cfcsmberlaia's Salvo as soon a tne
child Is done nursing. Wipe h off wJtn
a oft cloth before allowing the child
to nurse. Many trained nurses use
this Milie -with hi best rwuits. Price
25 cnts per bor. Sold by all druggists
To cold draughts of air, tn seen and
cutting vlnds, sudden changes of the
temperature scanty clothing, undue
oxposmo of the throat and neek afiet
public speaklnp- and singing, bring on
coughs ai.d coldH.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup is the
best cure. Mrs. A. Barr Houston
Texas, Jan. 31, 1902, writes:" One bofj
tie cured me of a very bad cougn. II
is ver -pleasant .to take.'V ,
S!d by RInehart's Pharmacy.
Every A rizanB.
C J- Miner
Har a httlc nest es;:j tu lay away, or needs u
dcpv"" t ,ult jcir :zi l.eepin of valuables,
sal" j"-' ire or bu.glrs.
Is &Wvcd by "all thoSc T-' o. Tiank with the
CEfeMAN-AMEIlICV.N -.A INGS BANK
of Los Anrre'es. Sett !qrcit boxes rent for
$2 a yariafecotini: b e JnaCos javings
gr. . -
Q en Ordinary
Interest Paid :
4 or. Savings