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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW,BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1906.
BRIDGE WILL BE BUILT
UN FOR NEW TRIAL
IN HARGROVE CASE
TO BE HEARD
DEAL IN TIMBER
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
OVER SAN PEDRO
W.J. EDDLEMAN President
J. N. PORTER Vice-President
M. NEWMAN Vlce-Pr!ou
J. H. NOLAN . . 7' .. ..... . .Casl ie
W. M. HOOVER ....Assistant Cas
SCOTT WHALEY Vice-President
.Democrats Have to .fill Vacan
cies of Ciiairjrian and Secre
tary, Both Left Open by
The democratic central committee
of Cochise county. Is. to bold Us .first
meeting, preparatory to the opening of
the fall campaign In the Copper Queen
"hotel on Saturday eyenlng next. This
h, In pursuance of a call which has
teen Isued for some time past by
Chairman M. J. Cunningham.
While much work of importance will
present Itself to the commute, the
principal work lies In the choice of a
chairman to take the place of the
present incumbent. M. J. Cunningham,
whose resignation has been in the
Bands of the committee for the past
Besides the election of a chairman,
the office of secretary also has to be
filled, that officehavlng been vacated
by Louis B. Sroufe who has not re
sided In Bisbee for more than a year.
i There is mucli conjecture on the
Ijart of the politicians as to who will
be chosen to fllllhese positions.
n In view of the' strenuous campaign
that is promised, many details of Im
portance will have to be gone over by
It is said that "there will be a large
attendance of democrats from remote-
parts of the county, and that the prac
tice of the proxy Tirill not be so much
in evidence as has been noticed on the
part of the republlcan-party here.
HUNG FOR MURDER OF
AN ARKANSAS WOMAN.
Structure Will Be of Steel and
Will Cost in Neighborhood
City Will Get Another Chance
to Escape -Payment of
$8,700 Awarded Her. -
"HELENA, Arki. July 18. Govan
Beard, convicted of the murder of Mrs.
Annie McAbles, was hung here today.
The crime was committed last December.
INQUIRY INTO ELECTION
CASE AGAIN FORBIDDEN
DENVER, Cole Julv IS. District
Judge E. E. Armour, of Sterling, sit
ting In Judgfe Malone's court in this
city, today by agreement of attorneys,
issued an order, to County Judge JB. B.
Lindsay to show cause a week from
tomorrow why the writ of prohibition
should not issue against his court, pre
venting him from hearing the fran
chise election contest case. Judge
Lindsay agreed not to proceed-, w Ith
the case until after the -hearing "upon
Chairman John J. Bow en, who spent
jesterday. together with other mem
bersof the Board at the San Pedro
river in the vicinity of Benson, re
turned to "the city last evening. The
occasion for the visit of the Board of
Supervisors to the San Pedro was
trought about by plans for a proposed
bridge to cross the river at a point
convenient co travel in and. out of
Accompanying the Board w ere Coun
ty Enslneer McNelsh and County As
That ranchers in the vicinity, of St.
David and Benson will soon have a
bridge to facilitate travel in that sec
tion has practically been settled, but
as yet no definite plans for its loca
tion have been decided upon. This
matter will rest altogether with Coun
tv Engineer McNelsh1. whose recom
mendation and specifications will be
gene over by the Board of Supervisors
before any definite action Is taken.
This, in substancet was officially
given out by "Mr. Bowen last evening
upon his arrival from the river.
"We examined fourdifferent sites."
said Mr. Bowen, "all In a space which
covers not more than half a mile. The
exact location of the' bridge will be
upon one of these sites, but just where
we can not tell until Mr. McNelsh
brines In his report. "
"There will be no sense In erecting
a bridge there until we have chosen
a eood site and are prepared to build a
substantial one. I will recommend a
steel structure with concrete abutt
ments well anchored in the banks, so
that there vllt be a minimum of
danger from washouts in the flood
FLOATING DRY-DOCK DEWEY
DENVER. July IS. The floating
-dry-dock, Dewev. which went half way
round the world on Its voyage to the
Philippines, Is now anchored oif Ri
vera Point, at the Olongapo naval
Ftation. It is in 65 feet of water, so
tha all vessels may reach it in safety.
ORANGEMEN Oc THE WORLD
GATHER AT TORONTO
TORONTO. Ont.. Julv IS. The
grand council of Orangemen of the
World convened In triennial session
in oronto yesterday. Delegate3 arc in
attendance trom Ireland, Scotland.
South America and other parts of the
City Attorney Merritt, who returned
from Tombstone, last evening, reports
that his motion for a new trial on be
half of the city la, the caserot Belle
Hargrove, was met by the court vltfc
a sitting of the hearing for July 25.
The case of Hargrove agamst the
City of Bisbee was tried some three
weeks ago and a verdict for the plalnj
tiff was given, damages in the sum of
$$,700 being awarded by the Jury.
The case wa3 the outcome of an ac
cident which befell the plaintiff, an
aged woman, whowas caugnt in the.
caving of a wall on Opera Drive, sus;
taining injuries which have made her
an invalid ever since It has caused
much Interest in Bisbee, both as to the
accident itself and the hard fisihts
that were waged by the attorneys for
the. nnnnsln? s!dM.
Yesterday's appearance of Merritf
ior jJisoee is tue latest development m
the case. He appeared before thfe couiS
and asked that the matter be sei
down for argument that It might be
In case the motion for a new trial Is
denied the city, an appeai will proof
ably be taken to the Supreme court
of the Territory. c
OJP. Brown, of Sonora; RepreV
. dentins Land Owners, in the
City With Titles to
JCHN MULLEN WILL
TAKE WAGNER'S BODY.
It was learned last night that J. A.
Wagner would not be able to come to
Bisbee to take his brother's body
home, and instructions were received
to send the bodv on to San Jose. W.
W. Wagner was a Rough Rider In the
late war with Spain, and served with
distinction all through the campaign.
After the war was over he received an
honorable discharge, and came to Bis
been and went to wok as a miner.
He has wo-ked steadily in and around
Bisbee for the last seven jears. He
was employed by the Coprer Queen
Company at the Cuprite shaft at the
time he died His death was due to
Bright's disease, brought on by ex
posure when he was with the army in
Cuba. During the war he was the
tent-mate of J. W Mullen of this city,
and the two soldiers became verj fast
friends atter leaving the service The
bodv will be accompanied by J. W.
Mullen to the home of the young
man's parents in San Jose, Cal.. this
afternoon. The death of the joung mart
Is "weighing heavily on his parents
A deal for timber lends In Sonora,
which has been under negotiations for
several weeksast between Bisbee
and Douglas capitalists and O. P.
Brown, of Sonora representing own
ers of valuable timber lands In the
Sierra Madre mountains, bids fair to
come to a focus within the next few
days. Mr. Brown arrived in Bisbee
from Sonora last evening. J
"He left Bisbee two weeks ago, after
a close personal examination of the,
ground had been made by Overlook
brothers -and Robert Tate, represent
ing the Blsbee-Dougias syndicate
which has In mind the purchase of the1
property, at which time he promised
upon his return to Bisbee to have
with him the titles to the property,
which run back for a number of jears.'
sFurther than to say that the titles
had been sent to Nogales from Juarez,
Mr. Brown would throw no light on
the progress made in the negotiations
t Charles Overlook, one of the par
ties known to be enthusiastic in the
prospect of securing the ground In
question, refused ro saj whether the
deal would be closed or not. It is a
well known fact, however, and was
corroborated by both Mr. Overlook
and Mr. Brown on the occasion of the
latters visit to Bisbee, that the Bisbee
and Douglas people who are anx.'ous to
get hold of the property have practi
cally provided for their part-in thf
negotiations, ims consists in raising
$1,000,000 for the purchase of the land.
Associated with Overlook brothers
are L. L. snattuci; ana otner uisuee
and Douglas men. and unless the ti
tles prove to be defective there Is lit
tle doubt that the deal will go through.
The developments of the nes.t few
davs will be watrhed with Interest, as
the opening of lumber camps In such
close proximity to Bisbee and Douglas
will mean much to this section of the
A meeting of the Interested gentl
men was held last night, at which
time their plans were gone over.
The Louisville Courier-Journal de
rives some hope from th; fact that it
Is fourteen long ana weary ear. since
the Democrats captured tha house of
representatives and such a run of bad
luck cannot keep up for ever.
Capital Stock, $50,000v
DO A GENERAL BAXKBiQ BUSINESS. AND 80UCIT- TOTJR PATRONAGE. TOUR BUSINKBS
WILL- BE APPRECIATED.
SAFETY DEPOSIT bUXES FOR RENT.
Your'e going to attend this
Great Clearance Sale. Prices
in Every Department
are Greatly Reduced.
! JmIIiII'mII I ' M ' 'l rP Ml ! iVi I T Bf U 'lli llT"Wl Willi MT'Ti
Pheomenal Values are Ad
vertised on every counter
during this Great Sale.
Monday and Tuesday was a hummer. The beginning of the second week of our great semi-annual clearance sale. Today and tomorrow will out
shine any previous salesdays, beccause the assortments are rrore complete, while prices are lower than before. This great selling event, which
is more eagerly awaited than any other of the entire season; an occasion so broad in its scope that every department in this magnificent, ever
growing store is vitally concerned in its success, and has left no stone unturned in its untiring efforts to clear stocks as never before.
Immense Lots of the Most Desirable Summer Apparel, Including All of Our Fine Novelties in Lingerie, Linen and Sum
Summer Soils and shirt Waists
$6.50 WOMEN'S ETON JACKET SUITS, S3.35.
Stylish Eton Suits made of Russian Duck. Jackets cutiround in front and outlined with two -ows cf strapping, j. Short -seav S3," Outing Stjle,
and finished with wide strap of blue duck. "New Style Circular Skirt, with two rows of strapping to match jacket, j
our regular .$6.50 Suits. Clearance Price . .., f , ,. ....,...-.
$10.00 SUITS, $5.45.
woman's Jacket Suits in Eton and Pony styles. Made of handke?
chief linen, rounded coat with apli'que and frog fastenings; skTr? full
gored and pleated, finished to match coats. Regular 510.00 PC J)C
kind's. Clearance"fPrice',..". .....'. :.:...... ...".plictU
S20.00 WHITE ET0NS, $11.95,
, Women's Fine Tailored Suits of Crjstal Lines. They have short
sleeves and negligee cuffjf, 3iandsomelCemtrofder;d 'jacket front and
back. Skirts made with circular -and pleated effects, extra wide and
stitched to match jacket Excellent t values at $20.00, C11 OE ,
Clearance "Price T. .'..t ..." tp 3 IitJO j
HERBS SPECIAL VALUES.
From the Busiest Waist Section ,inj-Bisbee. PRICES
" CUT ONE-HALF.
. - i
Large assortments, carefully selected styles, perfectly made, tasteful
ly trimmed and priced at figures that will astonish1 jou how we can
sell them so cheap.
Be sure and get your share of the savings; they won't last long
at these prices.
$5.00 Dainty Wash Waists,
Lawns, Mulls and Cross Tucked
Novelties, dozens of styles., Full
fronts, lace and embroidery trim
med styles; short and long sleeves.
Regular $5.00 values. Qf en
Clearance Price . $iUU
$9.50 Wash Waists $3.75
Lawn and Lingerie Waists;
long and short sleeves. Mostly
all are elaborately trimmed
with lace and insertion; ap
plique yokes and short or long
sleeves. Positively the most
beautiful waists shown at $7.50.
Clearance Price . . ..OO 7C
AH o'hr Beautiful Hats at Clearance, Price less than one-half of reg
ular cost. ' ""
$ 6.00 Trimmed Hats at" '....i. !..'.:,...'. U $Z85
$ 7.50 Trimmed Hats at ...I. .':: TM....I ,-P.f.: 33.65
9.00 Trimmed Hats at , .-.., ..-.. $35
$10.00 Trimmed Hats at .?.... ...... ..".-..-.-. $4.75
$12.50 Trimmed Hats at ..,' .-.$5.85
$13.00 Trimmed Hats at , ; 56.S5
A special lot of women's walking hau In chip straw s, Milan and silk
braids. In medium and dark colors, worth up to $3.00 each. f C
Special Clearance Price :. .:...- I wl
CLEARANCE OF CORSETS THAT WONT LAST LONG.
$1.50 and Better Value3 In Royal Worcester Corset. Pair ......75c
Yesterday was a hummer In the lot we placed on sale. We've added
several new- styles to replenish the assortment. You'll find all colors
here, and nearly all sizes, but still a few missing ones; therefore,
we advise early buying.
New models, .straight front, bias gored, some fitted .
with extra hoe supporters. While thoy last, each .....! UO
For best values in Carriages,
Harness, Saddlery, Har
ness Repairs, see
Brophy Carriage Co.
Manager of Defunct A. M, & D.
Co. Refuses to Discuss the
Charges Preferred by the
$10.00 LINGERIE DRESS WAISTS $5.00.
Mulls, Lawns, plain and fancy White Batiste, short sleeves, elabo
rately trimmed front and back, sleeves with rows of insertion and
fine tucks. Regular $10.00 -values. f r aa
Clearance Price ?UiUtJ
MEN'S UNDERWEAR CLEARANCE.
$2.50 IMPORTED FRENCH LISLE, $1.50
the colors are cerise, pink and baby blue, of drop stitch pattern. In
block effects. Seats of drawer$ extra traped, and full regu- g1 CA
lar made. Regular price $2.50 suit. Clearance Price .... ..yiiull
Mr. E. F Sparrow, of Naco and late
manager of the American Mining and
Development compauy operating in
Sonora, which was thrown Into the
hands of a receiver by the creditors
about three weeks ago. was In the
city yesterday. There has been a
great deal of talk lately in regard to
matters In connection with this com
pany, probably the most sensational
episode being the open letter written
to The Review by Dr. O. W. Brandon
of Naco In this letter Brandon ac
cused Sparrow and his associates of
gross misconduct in the management
ot the companv, and ir three or lour
places used terms which were op
robrious to say th least Ween
sen by a representative of the Re
view yesterday and asked fcr a state
ment Mr Sparrow said. 'I do not
feel that it is at all necessary for me
to make any reply to the charges ir.ade
in the letter from this man Brandon;
because I do not feel like waiting any
time in refutins statements made by a
person waom I would not talk to on
the street. Let It suffice to say that
I have put very nearly forty thousand
dollars into that company, and the
mac who is making all of these
charges has not paid one dollar for
his stock. Any stock that he has, he
got for the use of space In his rffice
when tho company was in Us infancv.
I do rot ca-e to make anv statements
because I will not grant that such
absurd charges are worthy ot notice."
Mr. Snarrow left the city on the
afternoon t-aln or hl3 wa to Balti
more. Mars land, where he expects to
join M-3 Snarrow and spend a month
or iwovl3it!as friends. He will re
turn to Arizona when the receiver,
Ma Gavita, Is ready to sell the prop-e-ty.
It is claimed by those close to the
management of A. M. & D. that the
ore walea wai shloped to the EI Paso
pmeltec was shipped la bond, and wa3
shipped to a bonded, smelter. It Is also
claimed that the proceeds of that
shipment were placed in the Miners
and Merchants Bank of."this city to the
credit of the American Mlnins and
Development company, by the smelter
A party 'competent to know said that
the mine was no doubt a good one,
but that at the present time the work
was In low sradeore. and that a ten
stamp mill was Dot at all adequate, if
big returns were"exjected.
in resard to "the stock of the com
pany. C G- Jones of Oklahoma, and
E. F. Sparrow are the heaviest stock
holders, and when the capital stock of
tho companr was increased some time
back there was a great 3eaJ of trouble
over the ?alo cf t-east:- stock, caused
by tha action of some of the local
JURY F'NDS HA"C-!S AND
CALLAHAN NOT GUILTY.,
BEATTYVILLE. Ky., July IS. The
jury in the Hargis-Callahan trial re
turned a verdict ot not guilty toaay,
after being out 72 minutes. The case
was one of the most desperately fought
battles In the Kentucky, courts for
yeais. The men were charged with
the murder of Attarney J. B. Marcum,
during tha height of the famous feuds
which preceded the murder ot Governor-Elect
Goebel, several years ago.
There's nothing like the Review to
tell you where to do your shopping.
At Greatly Reduced
Nov is the time when every one is planning for an out
i ng. Buy your traveling outfit at the Bazaar and save
half your money. y
Trunks from $3.50 up
Suit Cases $1.95 up
Telescopes -. 35c up
The Bazaar Store
Opposite the Postoffice
WASHIXGTOX, Julj IS. Represen
tative George F. Burgess, of Texas, a
close personal and political friend of
Senator Ballev. said at the Metropoli
tan that the Senator was not to be
considered In the race for the presi
dency. "It Is undoubtedlj true," said he,
"that the Democrats In Congress would
be practically unanimous in hailing
with delight the nomination of Senator
Bailey for president in 190S; but thpy
know that the party can not and will
not urge his nomination, because of
the section of country with which he
is identified. Senator Bailey himself
has never believed that the nomination
of a southern man In 1908 would be
wise, and he has continually refused
his Indorsement to any such move in.
"He and all of us, so far as I know,
are of the opinion that political condi
tions point to the nomination of Mr.
Br j an as the logical candidate in
1903. It can be assumed without
uestion that Mr. Bailey and his friends
are in hearty sjmpathy with Mr. Bry
an's nomination, and I have not the
slightest doubt that the coming state
convention will unanimously suggest
the nomination ot Mr. Bryan in 190S."
t -. I.,. .1 v '
j-v THE HOME OF ARI-
EL PASO, TEXAS.
HAVE bought tha Exchange Saloon from C. W. Black. I In
tend to renovate it and make It the finest little resort on Main
street, earrvine the best of wines. Honors and cigars. 'Phone
,32. No. 11. Main street, - JONES & HUMPHREY.
STRAIGHT OR MIXED
American Black Lump Coal
Moore Fuel and Teed Co.
YARDS LOWELL. 'PHONE 102
Office Main St., opposite Palace Stable. 'Phone 210.