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THE mSBtifc DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1912
Reforest Barefoot Ridge
Eight hundred trees aro tielng set
out along the roa.lways in ami ahont
the Chlricaliua forest reserve. One
thousand trees sent from another re
serve nave been set out on Hare
foot Ridge, the mountain that sepa
rates the Sulphur Springs and the
San Simon valleys.
Farm Looks Cood
Advices from Presoott are to the
effect that the oxierlment farm which
was laid out last spring is looking
Rood. A smalt orchard and a row of
cottonwoods and evergreens have
been planted and the farm buildings
erected, while the ground was pre
pared to conserve the winter moist
ure. County Jail is Empty
Graham county is at this timo In
tho unique position of having a jail
without an occupant. Taking advant
age of this condition, other counties
whose jails are overcrowded pro
pose sending some prisoners to (Ira
ham. Find Counterfeit Money
Phosnlx officers believe that coun
terfeit money is lelng manufactured
in that city. On Thursday a package
containing a number of spurious
coins was found hidden in the hay In
a grain and hay store. Some em
ploye of the store is suspected ol
complicity in tho matter.
Buy Elephant Head
From Tucson it is reorted that
the Elephant Head property has hetn
purchased from Hen Daniels by a
company composed largely of Kan
sas people who projose developing a
mine. The company is known as the
New State Mining and Itednctlon com
pany. Reservoir In Hills
To solve its water problem, Tuc
son is considering the building of a
reservoir out in the hills. It is
planned to be 200 feet in diameter,
and SO feet in depth, with a capacity
of 7,000.000 gallons, and would cost
$110,000, To remove the sand from
tho pipes in the city where it has ac
cumulated will cost, it is estimated.
Tucson Issues licenses
Under advice from the attorney
general, the Pima county supervisors
have issued licenses to the saloons
of Tucson bearing date of April 1,
from which time the licensees paid
PKRS , , ,
Mrs. Stella Young and Mrs. J. J.
i..,., .in ciwml todav with Mrs.
Kmmett Tapp at Naco. The trip will!
be made in an automobile.
Mrs. Henry Nell, of Columbus. Kan.,
is In the city visiting her son, Frank
V. N. Edwards left yesterday for
Sedalia, Mo, to visit his father, who
is seriously 111.
Messrs. J. K. Henderson, V. W.
Watkins and B. J. Wutklns will spend
today at Courtland,- making the trip
iu an automobile.
Federal Jurors Summoned
Iast week summonses lor uit-i
grand and petty federal jurors were,
ient out from the United States mar
shal's office demanding their attend-1
ance in Phoenix on April la, t
May Rescue Miner . '
Reports from Globe, dated Friday,)
stated that the night beftfre Henry
jeryam. who is entombed in a mini
near Miami, was still alive and well,
after two days an.f a nights Im
prisonment. Pumps had been started,
2nd communication with the buried,
Zn established, He stated I hat he
water was four teei uetp " - "
There was then considered little dan
ger of his drowning, and his rescue
Juries are Drawn
Without waiting for .the passage
folfowms directions on the subject
given by Judge Shute.
Given Preliminary Hearing
TheG ,,r"uminary examhiaUon, of
Gleen Clark, accused of catt le steal
aTis U,e seaue, of the freezing to
S? to. -month, at which "
said to tave been learned that catt e
visement, and will : make "ls
,iar Clark, was not represent j
Sk neither did he appear on the
stand as a witness.
A WOMAN'S GOOD LOOKS
rCd on her feneral health and freedom from pain. Many a woman looks old
her time because of those irregularities which are essentially femm.ne.
Irt?Xmrly womanhood, he suffer, from frequently recurrmg derangement.
Startioi from eany 'VT1 Tf . be beautiful she grows into that mellow
iKt wriauSTiwiU. "bout the SS or the bfue circles underneath.
u u foM?thc le that such women suffer little, or not at all, from womanly
V,Aments which MP the health and leave in the face the tell-tale story of pam
???ffw DrR V. Pierce.the famous specialist in the diseases of women, found
and Miffenn. Ur.K. v.r '" h Joothed the organism peculiar to women
a Prescription .n his 9racl n iy-m-Bnd helped the woman
to pass those painful rerioastnsc n:.. Favorite Prescription, that has
SWEET ON TONGUE
"Legislative Agents" Reg
ister at Phoenix for
NO QUARREL EXISTS
PHOENIX, April ... Rising to n
questiqn of persona! privilege in sen
ile on Thursday, Wood of Maricopa
county called the attention of his col
leagues to a dispatch published in
the Review several days ago In which
be was quoted as being disgusted with
the sidestepping opinion of Ilnllar-1,
the attorney general, given the senate
iu connection with tho consideration
by that body of the six mile liquor law.
Senator Wood did not wish to have
the lmnresslnn iro our that he was dis
gusted with Mr. Dullard. He did not
say that he was disgusted, but did say
that he wanted a more definite and
certain opinion and then offered a
number of resolutions to obtain such
which the senate proceeded to hastily
lay on tho table.
Your eorresiKuulent misinterpreted
th situation. It nor develops that
Senator Wood and Htillard had con
ferred concerning the opinion in ques
tion, not however, agieeing as to
what the same should contain. And
(he gentleman from Maricopa count j
was disgusted, his disgust being with
ttie entire sltuaton concerning the con
sideration and passage over the gov
enior's veto of the sl- mile liquor
law and not with the attorney general
It might bo added that it is a diffi
cult matter to interpret with whom
Senator .Woods of Maricopa Is dls
gusted when he is such for it Is sel
dom that the situation present? itselt
thus affording opportunity fr.r diagno
sis. Votes for Women Up.
Monday's senate will take up con
sideration of women suffrage measure
nil nrnrinc'il til thft hill introduced
early in the session by Senator Hughes
or I'ima county, a punnc meeting ui
the committee on constitutional
nmenilmeiite 1ms tieeti entled lv Sen
ator Kinney the chairman of that com
mittee and It is certain that at leas',
one advocate of the adoption of the
measure win ue uearu. iuis is .Mrs. r-.
It. O'Nell of Phoenix and it is iiossible
others who are members of the Ari
zona Equal Suffrage league will ap
pear. Just what strength the bill lias li
the senate is hard to calculate. Th.
question Is not so much what the ill
timnto notion will he as to when filial
action will lie taken. Senate is about
equally divided with each slue having
declared votes of eight each. This
lonvAi. thr.i members undecided ami
thev realizing the advantage of their
position desire to hold the setticmem
of question open until they have se
cured enactment of their various pet
Seven Lobbyists Register.
So far seven individuals and firms
have registered at the capitoi as leg
islative agents. The firm of Chalmers
and Kent represent the Atchison and
Santa Fe railroad and the Ray Consol
idated Copper company; Steve Roe
iner represents the Wells Fargo com
pany; R. A. Kirk the Association ol
Life Insurance Presidents; H. Fenne
more of Denver the Mountain State
Telephone company; Frank Cox the.
Southern Pacific; II. Thurston the
Seven Day Advcntifts; Frank Harris
lllighton, executive committee of So
cialists of Arizona.
Watchers Also Register.
In addition to the legislative agents
there sre numerous associations and
organizations that aro represented at
the capitoi by watcners and many ot
these watchers have appeared before
committees in connection v. 1th pend
ing legislation. Yesterdpy before tin
labor -xmimittee J. J Mcintosh and
.Tack Dodson presented arguments ir
connection with senate Bill No. 28 tho
bailer inspection bill. They represent
the State Enfineeis association or Ari
zona and the Electrical Workers ol
America and many ot the suggestion
they made the committee were acted
upon favorably .
Craig Explaines Position.
Dr. Cvnfg. one of the active mombors
of the house, who makes Bisbee his
home has called the attention of your
correspondent to the fact that It is
an easy matter to misinterpret a mem
ber s position on a measure navins
in mind the woman suffraee bill. S'j
far he lias not not announced his per
sonal attitude on equal suffrage, yet
he has been listed at voting against
the passage of suffrage bill now iu
house. He takes the position that this
proposed amendment to the constitu
tion should not be put up to tho peo
ple through the medium of the refer
endum but should be passed over by
the legislature and if desired by anv
large number of citizens of state let
them propose same by initiating a lav
Accordingly ht has consistently voted
against the bill at present before the
bene6ted thousands of womep and saved them from misery
and suffering at different periods in life.
"ImKWtwdl wotnan after suffering for three years awJ doctonnff
Stf and th Uit one. after puttfnir ra through a thorough .-nlnatjon.
SuTwiTiulferine from a jrrowth. which, in time, would re.ult ta
Sneer and id I would not lie more than two years if notoPfT"
Sed?DOT?teht away. I became hopeleMly dijeounwrf but would not
coSen Uie Wiun a. I wa. too wet k ""jf uii
SiuthrouEh the advice of a friend. I tried Dr. 1-Jerpe s medicine., and
Sftr nVto two bottles of tho Tavorite Prescription' I immediately
filfa changed I tdsowed two tioxes of 'Heallne Suppositones' and
IJ!L?y5Z.Vt'lJZan Tablets.' ahd can safely prabe the Heme uf Dr.
rSce mdklnefSn whTsuffS from anrfemale disease, lor these
rnedWneJaalltoeyarecUijned be. and I hope wta help other, a.
(SARAH J. ROBINSON)
W. K. Mead has gone to Tucson on
a brief visit.
Attorney W. P. Miller returned
homo last Saturday from a visit of
several weeks at Phoenix.
Attorney J. II. Wright has returned
to Tucson, after a short visit In the
Mrs. I.eo Hutchinson returned to
this city, after a visit with frlemls at
Mrs. Reed arrived in this city this
week, for a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. T. R. Brant.
C. A. FIsk has gone to Ison An
geles and Loug Beach on a visit of
several months with his family.
Rev. A. J. llenedict has placed an
order for a wind mill pumping outfit
tor ids lwmestead near the Cochise
Mrs. J. E. James and little daughter
have gone to Bisbee for a visit wilh
Col. H. U Pickett lias gone to PJioe
nix on legal business before the su
preme court. He expects to remain
Mrs. II. Oreenewell has returned to
her home in iNogales, after a pleasant
visit in Tombstone of several days.
Mrs. Sarah Sorin of Tucson has re
turned to her home after a profes
sional visit in Tombstono of several
Mrs. T. R. Rrandt. accompanied by
her mother. MVs. Reed, departed this I
week for Clifton, where they will visit j
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Carty. postmistress at Fort I
Iluachucr has returned to her honiej
after a few days visit in this city as
tho guest of Mrs. John Rock. j
!Allan 'Benedict aijrlved homo on i
Saturday from Tucson, where ho is
attending the University of Arizona.
He Is on a short, visit with his pa
rents. Rev. and Mrs. llenedict
County Ranger W. S. Brakfield of!
Naco, arrived in the county seat Uiisj
veek on business with the sheriffs'
Local Manager Harry Evans of the
Mountain State Telephone Co. has
gone to Falrbank and Benson on a
(Sir and Mrs. Krebs left on Tuesday
mornlne tor Ios Angeles, after a visit
of several weeks with their son, I)e;
puty Clerk of the superior court.
T. II. Grace ami wife, accompaniea i
by Mayor J. B. Paden of El Pas
spent .vionuay in uieeson, iourwanu
and Pearce, going by automobile.
The ladies of the Aid society ot the
Congregational church, gave a social
last, Friday caning1. Each person
was to wear something to represent
somo book or Song. .A large number
attended, and were served with delict
17. S. Commissioner Lyman H.
Hayes of Willcox, Teturned to the val
ley this morning after a short pro
fessional vls.1t in the county seat. Mr
Hayps reports many new land filings
In his section, averaging about five
filings a day at his office.
Geo. Hughes has returned home
from Bisbee. where he has been in
the Copper Queen hospital on account
of serious injuries received from an
accidental discharge of a shotgun
while out on a hunting trip. His many
friends are glad to see him out a?ain-
A letter has been received in this
city giving the Information that H.
E. Berner met with a serious accident
last Monday in Phoenix. A horse ran
over him and trampled him badly.
His right leg and side were badly
bruised and a gold watch in his pock
et was smashed out of semblance. Mr.
Berner's many Tombstone friends
hope for a speedy recovery.
Mrs. J. II. McPherson has returned
from Bisbee where she went on a
short visit with her mother, Mrs.
Hughes, who fell on a slippery side
walk a few days' ago near her home
at that copper camp, and has been
confined to Uer bed since. Mrs. Hughes'
many friends In this city are glad to
note the injuries received, were not
so bad as reported and that she is
Mrs. Ed. Nevin at her cottage In
Fremont street gave a card party last
Saturday evening in honor of Mes
damea Tester, Adamson and Meyers,
of Douglas. There were four tables
and progressive whist was the game
of 'the evening. Refreshments wero
served during the evening. Sixteen
ladies and gentlemen were present
and enjoyed the evenings' pleasure.
Rev. H. A. Deck has resigned to ac
cept the position of Superintendent of
the Congregational Sunday School
and General Missionary for Arizona
and New Mexico. He left Friday for
Albuquerque to attend the New Mex
ico Congregational conference. Mr.
Deck has a host of friends1 who
congrautlate him on his advancement
Into a higher field, and our best wish
es attend him and his family. Rev.
John Harden, recently pastor at
Tempo Congregational church, has ar
rived, and will supply the pulpit of
tho local church for two Sundays.
DOG TEAMS RACE
Animals Sere-Footed with Half Dis
NOME, Alaska, April 6. Scotty Al
lan's team of malamutc dogs was the
first to reach Candle, tho turning
point In tho 415 mile Alaskan snow
s'eu race, today. Ilolmson, drivng
the Johnson dogs, was second. A
rest of six hours was taken, and
the return trip begun. All the d6?s
tavo sore feet, but the Allan and
Holmson teams are in the best con
dition. It is thirty below zero.
house to submit as a constitutional
amendment the question of equal suf
frage. His vote, however, is In no way
indicative of his position on the ques
I And on the other hand many who
are opposed and will vote against
wnman suffrage have voted to nass the
house bill believing that since the
uuestion is almost certain to be lni-
! tiated' the legislature buouu provide
the referendum opportunity.
FaTFH -" ymX I laillh, v)
$8. $9. and $10.
$7. $8. and $9.
May 1 Considered Probable
as Time for Its Full
AVork on the extension or the
Tombstone Canyon road is progress
ing rapidly and It is now believed
that the road and bridge work may
he completed by May 1. This Is the
belief of Street Superintendent James
F. McDonald, who has the work in
Work during thejast week has been
the building of concrete piers for the
two bridges. .The piers on the west
side of the lower bridge had been
completed when the week-end lay-olf
was taken yesterday afternoon &3
had the southern piers of the upper
bridge. All of the piers will have
hoen laid by the end of this week it
AH of the time and force of the
department has not been devoted to
laying piers, however, for the work
on the roadbed has also been under
way with gangs working from the
east and west ends of the extension.
Half of the big ct't at the western
end ot the extension has been com
pleted with thirty-two men emidoyed
on tho job.
The steel for the two bridges will
arrive iu ten days or two weeks and
there will bo no delay in construct
ing the bridges. After this week the
workmen will be out to work on con
structing the roadbed and upon the
completion of the bridges.
BUYS RODGER'S MACHINE.
Mechanician of Dead Aviator Makes
I.0N BEACH, April C Frank Shaf
fer, mechanician for C. P. Rodgers,
who was killed here Wednesday, to
day paid the widow of Rodgers $1,500,
for all that was left of the biplane,
will repair it, and fill Rodgers' east
ern contracts. A monument will bo
erected here in memory of Rodgers'
STRIKE END IS NEAR.
Lowell Textile Workers Mke Offer
LOWELL, Mass.. April C Indica
tions point to a speedy termination
of the strike of the textllo workers
here. The Lowell textile council to
day informed tbe manufacturer's as
sociatlon that if granted an advance
of ten per cent in wages tho council
would guarantee a resumption of work
on April S. The original demand was
for a fifteen per cent advance.
MONEY FAILS IN NEED
Millionaire Given no Time
Straighten Affairs Before Enter
SEATTLE, April. C Clarence D.
Hlllman, the millionaire lumberman,
who was sentenced to tho federal
penientlary at 'McNeil's Island for us
ing the mail to defraud, today asked
the court to grant a stay of thirty
days In order to set his business at
fairs right before entering prison. The
court refused. Hlllman had already
asked tho court to hurry in passing
. sentence, as
he wished to have it
REVIEW WANT ADS PAY.
off m & mmi mrk
All This Week LJMM.A 3&
Won Iost Pets
Los Angeles .
Sacramento . .
At I os Anselcs R
1-09 Angeles ::
and Boles; Henderson
At San Francisco R H E
San Francisco o 5 o
Oakland 3 0 0
Toner, Noycs and Berry; Parkin,
At Sacramento R u k
Sacramento 10 12 1
Vernon , 3 7 1
Arellanes and Cheek; Raleigh,
Reisberg and Brown.
NEGRO PREACHER ARRESTED
Minister Was Con.
LAFAYETTE, Ijh.. April fi. Olli
cers investigating the confession of
Clementine Barnabet, the negress.
who claimed she directed the killing
of seventeen blacks last year, today
arrested a negro Treacher named
Thompson, who is believed to have
had much to do. with the "sacrifice"
sect, which was headed by the ne
gress. NEW UNIVERSITY HEAD
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., April 6.
Dr. David R, Boyd, of New York,
superintendent of tho Presbyterian
board of home missions, was elected
president of the University of New
Mexico. He will begin his duties Ju
ly 1. Ho was formerly president of
tho University of Oklahoma.
QUIZ BEGINS WEDNESDAY
Former Treasury Officials First
Money Trust Witnesses
WASHINGTON. April 6. The mon
ey trust investigation will begin Wed
nesday before a si:b-committeo of
the banking and currency committee
of the house. Frank Vanderllp, of
New York, banker, and M. E. Ailes,
a Washington banker, both former of
ficials of the United States treasury
department, will probably be witness
es. Anotfief who may be called Is
L. M. Shaw, former secretary or the
tieasury. who is now a Philadelphia
IMBECILE CHILD CURED
I.EIPSIC, April 6. A remarkable
operation has been performed with
ercat success on an imliecllo child by
Prof. Edwin Payr, of the Lclpsic uni
versity!. Tho professor iJantcd a
piece of the thyroid gland, taken
from a healthy child, torn of a
healthy mother, into the liver ot the
Imbecile child. Immediate iprove
ment was noticed In intelligence, and
this continued, It is stated, until a
permanent cure was effected.
4. I'aiu on savums i
perCent Accounts by Ihoj'
(Jl I liCCNS t;xr o- i nuo i
Co., Main Street, Bisbee.
" ..- '-A fsi" J
I sn't it about time
ow to insure your house
o you will be protected?
Ij nless you
nd make some effort
ow to see
fj arefully listed, you may
F xperience loss in case of fire.
ARIZONA INSURANCE AGENCY
Bank of Bisbee Building. T. A. Hughes, Manager
THE VIENNA BAKERY
J. R. PILLON, Prop.
The Busiest Place in Town
Reason: We are selling the best and purest bakery
goods in the district. Phone 106.
K. L. and M. Bldg. Main St.
and Transfer Work of all
kinds. Prompt service and
prices reasonable .
that it is
to3.PuCB. they have op ".
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