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THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1911
CAVERN OF APACHE
TELL OF BATTLE OF
.THOMAS IS SOLE SURVIVING OF
FICER OF THE BLOODY'
. PRB6COTT. Arit. Jan- 12 BrisT
adler Cteneral Hswl D. Thomas, Wait
ed States army. va retired from
actlv service at Denver, Cote., yes-
terday, alter a. atSltary record . oov
ring nearly $brtjr-nlpe years. of JBIbH- entered Ian year, but owing
.ttnuons aerrjee. The etoarng dys
ot bta niMtalT re appropriate
ly observed at Denver, where he re
HnautalMd command of the DepnsJ
W of the OOJorado. which' in
cludes Artaoos. .
On the day he stewed luto dtilHres which had been quoted some
life he had reached .the age of 64 months ago. This and the further
Vosm fcaafcnar Juun bara In lIIIDOig
ok January 4. 1847.
Artsoeana, especially, look back oh
Ufa pact We ot this splendid soldier
with very much Interest and pleas
ure, lie was intrepid In hte work.
subduing the Apaehee, and in the J
toB-year war that followed, it is due
to General Crook and such able lieu
tenant a Karl D. Thomas tbat the
good work, was aesompMshed, and
the country oeneVl to the march of
iaiaetr&I piwgiees; so plainly in eri
aeneu tasy. .
Battle of. the Caves.
About, ten years age a cattlemas
shnag Jeff Adams, fcov? 'deputy shetv
if ' e . Maricopa sountyS rode into.
FtessBX ana stated dft-in the Sup.
uratltUou monntalati he had found a
mrni -forty ftve by om hundred and
thirty feet in area, the 'floor almost
covered by the skeletons of over 200
Indtens. The cavern is located qn
the aMe of a precipitous gorge, and
ooahi be. reached only by a danger
iqm trail. Adams also, stated that
hi. JhMwcn nf th tpal ttlal th
" " " I
of fla famous military x-
whetr-ifiafTfth llted Slilrf
w , . w - -
ejMry .WeoAfUshednh mWl-
eat Job xt lodlas XIIMng In the his
tory of 4he armj-'
Meeting Gaptam J. W. Rose in
' " Phseufcc, air: Adams entered into an
"' - eVsmest c eoaversatJon over the dls
aovery Made 'a few days prior, when
' the fonne'r array officer gave an In
teresting, review of the great fight,
which goes down la history as the
"Battle of the Caves."
Of the officers who were under
-Jiajer Brown, only two are living.
Sari D. Thomas, ww colonel of the
BlevtaUt Uaited States cavalry, and
W. J. Ross, a resident of Tucson.
Major Brown and Oeptain Taylor
died in Washington, D. C, Captain
Burns died at Curri Creek, X. M.f
and was baried at Port Wlcgate, N.
.. M., Captain John G. Rourke of the
Third cavalry died at his home In
Philadelphia, l'a-. Lieutenant Jacob
Alray of the Fifth Cavalry was kill
d try the Apache Indians at the
San Carlos agency, Arisoea.
While in ProsooU a few weeks ago;
General Thomas, who with the other
officers of the Fifth, performed such
valiant service, stated that Del Shea,
one of the foremost and daring Chir
ioabua. Apaches of Arizona, was kill
ed by his command, In that fight,
and after the chieftain fell it was
but a question of a few hours until
the remnant of the bated surrender
ed. General Thomas also stated that
not an officer participating in that
fight Is alive today, except htenself.
fand even the brave man employed
1n a civil capacity, including the
boss packers, have passed away.
. After 'the "Battle of the Caves'
Lieutenant Tnomas was ordered to
Whipple, and again in the following
year, 1S7S, distinguishes himself
while a lieutenant under Crook, In
another memorable cenflict with the
Wallapais on the the Santa Maria,
- when with his one troop of cavalry
he was sent to capture a rancheria
In a steep canyon, several miles
away. Returning In a few days he-i
faced General Crook and reported
"that the Indians had been captured
as ordered, snd the prisoners ac
counted for." There were on hand
but a dozen women and children
and & few bucks. The official report
gave a few casualties, hut from civ-jers
i. .An t -,., !,.. iqt,o
.- . ,. i i. j i.
that over fifty-five warriors had been
killed. After this fight Lieutenant
Thomas suddenly sprang Into favor
with General Croak, while In civilian
, . . , ,. .. .
drc.es he was vcrr much adm'red
for his cffectlic military work.
MILLIONS RED CROSS WORK
tltlilNtS IS bHUWINU
BALDWIN WORKS WILL BUILD
190 NEW LOCOMOTIVES.
FOR THE SYSTEM.
TOTAL OF THIS, ORDER WILL BEi
APPROXIMATELY FOUR :
Julius -.KruttfKbnitt, vice president
la oharg fit be maintenance and
operutiunj of the Harrlman linos, an
nounced last week that these roads
have. jutt pkeed with the Baldwin
Locomotive TOaks In Philadelphia
la a order for 190 loeomoyves, one of
itse. jargetn wajce oraers ever given
ito locomotive manufacturers Ik 'this
country. Th cum cf these loco-
I motives .wM be between ?3,500vOOO
read $4,00,(KW: Mr. Kruttachnltt ex-
ukuned that the bulk of these tocc-
motive would In normal course have
to" the hiMwtlsiactory conditions then
prevailing the oider was held over.
These 190 locomotives represent
the Harrfman lines requirements for
this and the coming fiscal year, it
is understood that, concessions In
prices have been obtained from the
manufacturer, compared with the rig-
,n - v
that the Harrituan lines re-
quh-emenis for new loeojnotivee to
replace old ones -witlidrawu from s r
vice have been accumulating, are
pointed to as .the reasons for UieJ
placing of pe order at this time.
Four years ago the Harriman lines
ordered at one time 225 locomotives.
t -ith that exception the order just
placed ts the digest whleh these lln
es have ever given te locomotive
builders. Only tea of the new loco
motives are for passenger service.
hat these will be of the very largest
J type of locoUKitUe of this class and
will exceed in slse any of the Har
rintaat llaes' freight locomotives w'th
the single eicption of the giant.
Mallet engines. The purpose of the
Union Pacific atd its hilled lines n
oraering these big passenger loco
motives Is to do away with the use
faf two engimjs on the mountain grad-
ec ot toe tnrangh nassenger tra'ns.
GATAL1NAS IS GOOD
1, .,.-,-.. ... ;
.' - ' - " wtEH min i-ucftK
RANGE REPORTED TO HAVEfe'
W FOUND- ORE 12
" TOC8t. Jtm. it Considerable
axdtemettt- is reported from the
ReM mining district at the Santa
CatlHmts over recent sykea -and
the coaOnned good showings of the
more important properties being
worked there. It is asserted that ev
ery available foot of ground in the
vicinity of the activities has been
located. Tt ReM district is per
haps more familiarly known in Tuc
son as the Old Hat district
The Cooper Queen company, which
recently acquired She Oteseman
Iatberwood. and Billy Reid proper
ties in that district, has done consid
erable work on the Giesman and
Leatherwood claims. On the Giese-
man claim, at a depth of S feat
tbore ha been struck a vein of IS
per cent ore. This ore was almost
reached by former operators who
save up the work and the Copper
Queea began whore the others left
Immediately rfdjqinlug the Copper
Queen property the Copper Rsqcro
is Arisona company- Is butily at
work. Attorney FranjoK X, Hantaan
bring worked lies jrTttdn l.Ooft feet
ot tne eiw oi wo tapper w
uel, and the letter leompany Is
working toward the Copper Range
property. The latter has over a
mi'e contract vein of sixteen foot
ore which runs six and a half per
cent copper and thirty percent lead.
with email values of gold and silver.
A tunnel has bee run in sixty feet
with a. cross cut of ten in sixty feet
with a cross cut of tenfeeL
The damp are near together "and
present a busy scene, fifty or sixty
men bqing employed. There are
other properties which are showing
good prospcts. but the Copper Queen
and Copper Range companies are
doing the chief developing and have
the test prospects.
TO CONVEY THANKS.
EL PASO. Jan. 11. El Paso &
Southwestern private car Alamo-
gordo has teen sent to Mexico City
for the use of Senor Joaquin Casasus
and suite, who are to make a trip
to Washington to thank th United
States for Its participation in the
Mexican centennial celebration last
September. The Mexican govern-
ment has named special commission-
to convey its thanks to all gov.
lernmente that participated and Mr.
i Casasus will convey the thanks to
th Unlted s,,te. The person!
'of the party who will occupy the car
I Includes: Ambassabw, L'c Joaquin
"- Casasus: secretaries A'ueno m.
Carreno and Manuel A. Estova Ruiz;
,,(3 aUachr.. CapL Eduardo EH-
zondo; atUche, Jorge L. Canalizo.
"First Aid Car" Now FOrty
' Equipped and Ready
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 12 -In
theso strenuous days uo one can
afford to sit back and wait for busi
ness to como to him. He must go
out and hustle for It . This la. oj
less, true m luimauuartan work (nan
in commercial veatiiros.
The American Red Cross has al
wars been distinguished by Its en-
fterprtse in making its efforts :j ai
humanity of maximum value. As
another evidence of (his activity this
ftgsoc'otion has lately established a
first aid to the Injured, department
through which U hopes to-osrry In
struction in this ImpecteSfr subject
to all parts of the bontrtjry. in rar
theronce of this object, it lias new in
oporaUon a First Aid Car. Thw car
whs donated 'y the lmilmancom
pany and has been fully eqnupried
by the Red Cross with all orl of
first aid material. It is ia direct
charge of Dr. M. Whitfield Glasgow,
ot Birmingham. Alabama, who was
employed for this special t work by
the First Aid department of the Red.
Cross. The oar was outfitted at the
Pullman shops in BuKalo and is no.v
or the road In Illinois. Its work art;
dently appeals te the tartotu taU
way officials as the raWtfajs are
hajiling it free of charge.
The car will proceed from place
to" vWoe stepping at railway, inanu
faeUirlnf and hi I titer centres where
he-4et opportunities lHresent thflai
ee(res for onaals'ag flrat aid chvls-
Jnm as liaB been done by life
Red Cross in 'he mlnine fiM an at-'
tempt will ' be made to interest em
ployers, employees and local uhirsf-
. .. .w. a.. -..1. I 11A-
cjnni aiiiv ,imi uihi ursii wn co xav
InlBted lmKfuction w
sMMert and countenance
CSV has visited a
the Red Cross car is primarily de-
sjROd for intsructioR purposes
wfH also suwa
be available whfcwden. Sometimes lie will feel vaguely
needed for rescue work aad care ot
injured la case of disaster as It- te
roily equipped for this purpose.
It la. perna')-. not generally raal-l
Ixed how large a iercenuige of deaths
ark.ihw due to accident. In fact. In
certain industries deaths from dis
ease are absolute!) insignificant in
numbers as compared with those
from accident For example, in thp
registration Area which now Includes
aboat 55 oer cent of the oounlatlon
of le 1'nited States. he 1?09 census
statistics charge te accidents 67.9
per cent 0!l djBsUS among sti
railway emnoyeea betneen the 'Hm
I -SJ and 35 The next most mtv
arda occupation as shown, by these
stausuvs u tnat or miners and raar-
rymen taiten icgetner. in which ac
cidents are responsible for G1.S per
cent or ail (cms at tne same ages.
iron and steel workers have 2S.1 per
cent, and the rate for all manufac
turing and mechanical pursuits taken
together at the same s 21.9 rer cent
These are the wople which the Red
. rus is u-vint; io reacn in a prac
tical way by means of its First Aid
ELENITA ME HAS
EXPENSE OF BRINGING IN SUP
PLIES SUPPOSED TO BE
. THE REASON
CAXANEA. Jan. 12: 1 Special 1
W. B. Hasmer, and olrf Caninea and
veli known throughout the south
west, stopped over yesterday on is
winy front the EJenlta mhw to Bis
beav'He has been "nployed at the
Elenll. for more than a jear. but
the temporary cessation of work has
rwRilted in 3 practical abandonment
of the camp No eanse for the step
has been given, other than the ex
pense of conveying supplies that
the isolated' position of the mine Is
responalble for. Colonel L W. Powell
viMod the camp a few weeks ago.
but made so announcement a the
Chris Klopeasfotn is bark from
a trip to the Altar placer fields Be
sides witnessing some activity in
mining, be say he saw a real in
surrecto engagement. An inebriated
follower of the Lost Cause Jumped
into a cowpen where a woman was
milking, and yelled "Viva Madero"
60 loudly that the cow kicked the
bucket over. Whereujwn the infuria
ted woman grabbed up a club and
'knocked him senseless. It was some
time before he cajne to, Chrig says.
WiH Gamblo, one of the twlrlers
for the QacttbT league ohamplons
bM gone to Los Angeles on a vaca
tion. Shorty Godcharles and Pete Con
freres, otherwise known as "Jeff and
Mutt," are taking in the sights in
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" is
to be performed in London in the
coming spring with the entire Areni
J ll HERE'S A REAL NOVELTY.
The Natty Fur Edged
Veil Is the Latest.
FBtSCn I. ACE VE1X EDOEDWITH StOjABCP
To make the , eccentric hats of the
seasou more bizarre in their effect
come tin fur edged veils. As the illus
tration' shows, they are w6rn loosely
about the face and are edged, with fur
"oatrastlng net aad fur effects arc
is a Man Ever Lonely?
Women should by nature make much
better agents for renting furnished
houses than men do. as they can .point
out tbe'doslrabte features with psrsha-
Ko and dulcet ln!tency ami suggest
remedies so simple and practical for
the undesirable things that any mac
amj. most women would be keen to be
gin on the suggested "doraffovar." :ELv
ery woman is really tt heart, a "born
homemaker Like a bird, she nu.-tln
nest buHding instinct, and the hou:.
mhtd and run by s woman, married or
jingle, has a charm and subtle refine
ment that otipr bouses have not un
ites the" man is an artist or has arnsoc
tesiieacies. A man mostly lonss to be
his pipe or his papers or "tidies up'
Ufe other -belongings that crowd his
dissatisfied on catting back to a dreary
bachelor's apartHtertr after dining well
In ww gem of a heme, hut be always
consoles himself by the thought that
jtay alterations for style would cause
aim to lose some or bis cosifort--
They are not realty slieets- at all.
hot blankets. .
They are "Just the thing" for the
They are extremely light in weight.
I -bat wttfm.
They come In attractively striped
1 berderc of pink and bine.
The ixe is 72, by &i inched
Designed for a similar need the.
gauze wool blanket. Though setd in
pairs, each blanket Is bound, singly.
Will They Wear This?
New York tailors put their heads to
gether recently and evolved, the suit
pictured, which tbey have named the
ssffragette coMnme. lint it remaimi
I to be seen whether there is a suflra-
Phoio by American Press Association.
THE SCFFBaOETTS SUIT.
eettc sufficiently advanced to appear
In this reproduction cf father's togs.
T!ie suit Is of gray mannish salting,
and there are pockets enough to de
Hpbt the heart of femininity. Just
think of It. six of them, and the trou
sers are turned np in the approved
-raining In London" style. What more
conld the suffragette want In the way
of an equal suffrage costume?
C r C0j'PrBSSSSSs V
iCtfinfnptantA 1 if f-mnfnrtaMn xt-ilt
"ncc a?5Ts3 eferfuAy enjoy onite hideous sur
ilace. Thoojtll .t$u&dings. Jsst so that no one touches
MASONIC CALANDAR J'OR WEEK
ENDING JANUARY 14TH., 1911
Tuesday Bluo Third.
Thursday Blue Third
Friday K, T. Practlco
J. T. ABRAMS. W. M.
H. W. JORGENSEN. 'H. P.
C. F. PHILBROOK. E. C.
W. R. BANKS, Secy.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Katnbon Lodge, ko id
Knight of Pythia
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays of
each month in Pythian
Visiting brothers cor
W. C. MAINZ. C. C
J. C. Krigbaum, K of R. S.
nRilFR OF FASTfcHN S AH 1
Pearl Chapter No, -6.
Meets in Masonic iiaii
Second and Fourth
Wednesday ot eace
Ella M. Perry Vf'. M
Katherine Pall, Sec.
B. P. 0. ELKS
k i W flrst and thIrd
t- Tuesdays or eacc
month at Odd
M. A. 'Peterson
T. O. McGRATH, Secretary,
w. 0. ,w.
Woodmen of the World -meet at
Fair hall the second and fourtr
Monday, of each month. Vlsiyrg
brothers invited to attend.
GEO. W. COBBE, C C
C. N. THOMAS. Cleric ;
BIsbeo Camp' No. 13,415
Modem Woodmen oi
America, meets first
and third Wednesday In Pythian
Castle Visiting neighbors are Id
vited to attend.
R. L MOTZ, Clerk
J. D. Taylor, Consul
1st & Zl
Brotherhood of American
Richard I. Homestead 391
meets second and fourth
1 Tuesday at Fair Hall.
v'i iting Acbers are cor
W. W. GIDLEY, Foreman.
P. O. BOX 13S2.
E. B. BOROUGHS, Correspondent
I. 0. R. M,
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:20 o'clock In Pythian Castle. All
vlBltlng Red Men welcome.
SAM VERRAN, Sachem
F. a FENDERSON. K- of R.
M. D. COHEN, Medicine Man.
T. F. B.
l1 Bibee Lodge No. 45!
I ! meets every Wednes
p day evening at Fair
iiaU. V IBlliUg WV"
hers cordially invited
BENJAMIN MOSS,, President
BARBARA SHEARER, Secretary
S0N0RA LODGE NO. 23
I. 0. 0. K
' meets every
Monday at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall
Visiting brothers cordially inviteJ
G. C. FISHER, N. 0
JOSEPH HOWARD, Sec
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. 0. 0. F.
ing In Odd Fellows Hall, Main St
Visiting brothers are cordially li
vited to attend.
W. A. RICHARDS, N G
F. J. ATTAWAY, Secretary.
Arizona S New
South Bound North Bound
7;10 a. m. iv. Clifton ar. 4:50 p. m
7:50 a. m lv Guthrie Iv. 4:16 p. m.
8:35 ft- m. lv. Duncan I v. 8 "2 p. m
9:55 a m. lrLordsburg lv. 2:15 p. m.
11:05 a. m. Hachlta lv. 12:50 a. m
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:53 n
m., mountain time.
South bound train connects with
EI Paso & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachlta
at 12:35 p. m., mountain time, and
with west hound train for Douglas
and Blsbee, leaving Hachlta at
1140 a, m., mountain time.
A. T. THOMSON.
Tr&fflc Manager. Clifton, Arizon?
11 j ZXk
Saturday and Sunday Nights
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Two Shows Nightly 7:30 andS.iS
ONE NIGHT OVLY
I-RKDEIUrK THOMPSON OFFERS
f3 AMERICAS GREATEST DRAMATIC SUCCESS
.-. BY MARGARET MAYO
One Year at the Liberty Thea tre, New York
EXCEPTIONAL CAST ORIGINAL PRODUCTION
Prices: 50c, 1, $1.50 & $2, Sale opens Jan, 18, 2:30
OrP. Boston-Smith Co.,
Eyes Tested and all
H First claw watch repairing
J.. ..V . . A
THE EPICUREAN'S RETREAT
Where the good things of life are
laid before you, -where the serv
ice is the best, and "where indi
gestion is never known. Popu
lar prices prevail. Two Cafes.
The Busy Bee Caf e
Marks, Kline, LeUon Block, Main Street, Bisbee
made In Arizona
A NEW CONSTITUTION
Let us build you a new constitution with a good
pure clean wholsesome Beer.
Made from the choicest of Grain malt and bops.
Its came Is TANNHAUSER. It Is guaranteed by fh
pure food law, It Is unexcelled ror purity and flavor.
And Its health giving nourishing qualities to the tired
mothers is inestimable. Make It your Family Bcver
se I is within the reach of ALL. PRICE J3.50 for
v-ase ot 2 doz. Qts. Delivered at your home ask
your grocer for Tannhauser Beer take no other if
he does not have it, phone 243.
BOSTON & BROWN
Agents for the Tannhauser Beer
Prices 10 and 15c.
work delivered when promised.
THERE'S A COLD
How are you fixed to meet It?
Got coat enough to last? Bet
ter let us fill up you bin now
' at no matter how long the
' iat:.er stays cold, you can
tav warm. Think there's no
difference in coal? One trial of
r wit . prove your mistake.
c.i : e have your order to
day? independent Fuel
& Feed o.
made In Arizona
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