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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BiSBEE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1,1912.
I 4 ST
WASHINGTON. April 30 Although
consumers have been eating dog
meat, horseflebh, bawdust. Jn tho
shape of nutmegs, and a few other
things mnufacturercd and put on
sale under fanciful names, a new anil
startling product Is about to be put
on the market This is canned shark.
After Investigation (conducted oy
the department of agriculture canned
shark has been declared to be whole
some. This new commodity cannot be
sold, however, unless it is named as
such on tho label of the package.
This decision comes under the pro
visions of the pure food law. The idea
of caned shark came to the atten
tion of American manufacturers
of canned goods from a brand of flsh
which Canadian manufacturers sought
to sell in the United States. The de
partment of agriculture was asked
whether or not Canadian merchants
would bo allowed to put canned dog
flcsh on the market in America,
In Japan the shark is highly prized
as an article of food. They arc gen- j
crauy orougni 10 toe marKet auve
and slaughtered much as are cattle
in this and European countries. Ten-fson-Woods,
an expert of the depart
ment, who is an authority upon this
subject, says that thf flesh of sharks
contain more nutriment than any oth
er fish. In Nova Scotia, Ireland,
Scotland and Xorniy, the dogfish is
used as food in considerable quanti
ties. In places in England, dogfish
Is placed on the market as prepared
beer. The flesh of the fibh Js white
and free from the disagreeable
smell with which larger sharks are
The bureau of fisheries recently con
ducted an investigation In the matter
of the adaptability of the dogfish for
food. If the "prejudice against tho
dogfish and shark as a food could be
removed, tho experts say, one of the
most serious fishery-problems of the
country would be solved.
In Massachusetts and some other
states along the eastern coast of the
United States a bounty of 2 cents a
head has been offered for destruction
of sharks. It has been regarded as
impossible to get the shark tecognized
by the majority of the people as a
l,ood article of food. In Canada, how
ever, this prejudice has been over
come and it is thought that it is only
a question of time before canned
shark is placed on sale in this coun
try. For some years the government bu
reau of fisheries has sought to inter
est dealers and general pub'ic in the
matter of unused food fishes. Every
year, thousands of tons of excellent
fish food js wasted because of the ig
norance regarding anous sorts of
fish which if properly prepared for
the table would prove both appetizing
Another flsh relished abroad for its
particularly delicious flavor is the
lamprey, considered jolsonous m this
country and consequently not used.
Tho lamprey is abundant in all of the
rivers of North America.
A number of unutilized fl'hes of '
this country have been extremely (
popular as food in former times and j
though not as abundant as eer are
rarely eaten. Prominent among these i
is the cunner, or chogset, a small fish
varying from eight to twelve inches!
in length, with rather a stout bodv
and moderately pointed head It ,
alounds along tho Atlmtic coast from
Labrador to Sandy Hock. t
Another fish, says the government ,
piscatorial experts, w hose grotesque
appearance has no commanded it for
food purposes in this country, while (
it is 'esteemed b ihe European epl-
cure. s tho goosefish or angler. This '
fish is flat of body and very broad)
across the head, from which it tapers :
abruptly back to a short tail.
Other fish, abundant in the t-treams (
and waters adjacent to the coast line ,
of tho. country, which are lit for food
but are not sued arc daddy sculpiu, j
tho blue stripped trigger fish, the mud
puppy, toddlisb, and numerous other j
WHAT TEXANS ADMIRE
is hcaily. lisorous life, according to
HugliTauman, or oan Auwui".
hnd," he writes, wai ur. rwib .-
t ir Pilli surely nut new life and en
rgy Into a person. Wife andi ce-
lieve they arc the mest made. Lt
cellcnt for stomaca, liver or Kianuj
v . - - - t.
i$ a home necessity.
Ketp it In the Medicine Chut,
on the Sideboard, in tht Kitchen.
But the more you keep it on the
Side-botnl and use it on the
Table the lew you vill need It in '
the Medicine Chejt, and the lew
you will need -other medicines.
, Grape Juice
(makes people well end keeps
The delieato arid of tn
r.nn u most refresbtas to
tho tick. In conrlecenco ,
Welch' Orape Joccrcatef u
an immediate vigor from
vh'tch titers It no reaction.
T.. rul 1t(ll M "
M en -fV t F
5 60c qt. 30c ptw
The Pure Food Grocery'
Telephone - 2
IS 1ST EQUABLE
Variation Less During the
Winter Than Other
Though spring Ins como and the
long, warm, bright cays of the bum
mer aro at hand, a glanco in retro
spect over the winter weather ofHIs
bee anu other points lu Arizona fur
nishes interesting food for thought
and comparison aad the opportunity
for this is gien bj the climatological
report, there is less variation of tern
peraturo shown in Bisbee than tho
others. Other sections had warmer
weather and otuei - h:id colder. Tho
mean maximum temperature hero was
7 S degrees and ti-e mean minimum
.".3.7 giving an aven.ge dally varia
tion of 24 degrees In companion with
this Phoerlx shows nearly fifteen de
degrees more o heat only seven
degrees less of cold, the figures at
the capital bc'nc "2 degree and 40.3
degrees A Tucson the variation was
still (.-T-ater, ihe maximum being i0...
nearly 13 degrees higher thsn lUsbC'
while the minimum was I degree low
er thus making an iverage daily vari
ation ot 2S degrees.
Flagstaif shows thr lowest temper
atures, eigat degrees below Bisbee in
maximum and wiili a mh.imum ot
13 6. Prescott's maximum was 2 ot
:i degree 'ligFer thvi Hlsbee's while
the mlmlmum In the 'mile high city"
was 19.C degrees, 14 lower than ill
this city Parker showed the gicates,t
variation, nearly 4S degrees. Yuma
did not live uj. to th reputation which
the world ttles to thrust upon that
city, ts maximum being 76 3, a degree
lower than Parker, while the mini
mum was 43.3.
This comparison readily shows tint
Warren district has the more equab'c
climate in Arizona, despite the fact
that it 5s located uy in the mount
ains" as the various hcalili resorts
say ot the mining section
Thero was little precipitation gen
erally In the month. Bisbee being ten
hundredth of an inch lower that the
highest, with 120 'nthes.
FORMER AMERICAN BEAUTY IS WIFE OF
WHITE STAR LINE'S UNPOPULAR DIRECTOR
Mr. J Brjc
The wife of J Bruce Ismay the u
line, is a beautiful and accomplished
at that time tno American reprcseu
. rehi,jent oI jfew York city, married Julia Florence Schlefflln, daughter
-iof Goorge R schlefflln, and one o
exciUSiVe society tet M
Irs. Isma , al
London, has been a frequent visitor to the United States and is almo3t
i as weU kn0, ln America as in England,
AN OLD COMPANY,:
Stockholders of C. and S. Co.
Meet in Duluth and
I The following is .from the Duluth
j Herald and tells of new life for a
company that has been operating In
the Cananea Mining district fqr sev-
"Stockholders of the old Calumet
!& Sonora Mlulug company held a
i meeting yesterday afternoon in the
Knights of Pythias hall and decided
to rcoranizc the old company. In
so doing they accepted a proposition
of J A. Pcrcival and his associates,
who will take care of the financing
of tho now company.
The new company's stock will con
sist of -"J3.000 shares of a par value
fof $10 a share. Of this 50,000 shares
j will DC Kent in tne treasury'- The
exchalnz: a share and a half of
i"? a "tare anrt a hal t of
of G0.000 shares, wil be retired by
new stock, for each share of the old
, ana...- u. ti
ed for tne retire
jid Of tho remain
in this way uy.uuu sn
stock 'wiYl Jlfc Issued
incut of all of the old
Inir 110.000 shares, the stockholders
jwlll bo shen the privilege uT purchas
es I'J per cent at ?l a share. Tho
I rest will Io taken care of by the re
organize themselves Tims $110,-
000 will be ralbcd. Of this $50,000
will be placed In the treasury,
the other tf'lflW 'ftil fce uoi to
BANDITS HELD UP
STAGE, TOOK HORSES
Is Believed to Be Work of
Band of Escoboza Who
Was Not Killed
(By Joseph I. Cohn ) '
PAN'ANEA. Son.. Mex.. Aurll 30. -
People cominj, up from Arizpe report
that bandits held up the mall stage
near Bacanurhl on Saturday morning
and took tho horses from the wagon,
the driver's gun and all articles of
value which thero was In tho stagt.
The crime is charged up to Escoboza's
band, which was supposed to be in
that neighborhood at the time.
It seems that the teport emanating
In Hermoiillo, to the effect that Es
toboza was killed, was an error, he
uo doubt being confused with "Tuttl."
who was Lllled below Aconchl lafc'
A solo tourament was held at th"
Cananea club on Saturday cvenln?
The prizes were awarded to J. O. Am
bler, Chas. Wright and H. L. Havvei.
McVAY BROTHERS' TRIAL
PINK BLUFF, Ark., April 30. The
case of Ed and Culien McVay,
charged with first degree murder in
..-. .. 11. ltn Jnntl. nf T
;uiuf:i.iuM iiu luu uvctui wi
Ktheridge, was called in the Jeffer-f
son county circuit court today for
trial Tho case has attracted wldo at
tention. Elhertdgc was shot down In
couit while he was being tried for
the assassination two years ago of Al
bert McVay. John. Ed and Culien Mc
Vay, brothers of Albert McVaj, were
arrested atter the t-hootlng of Ether
idge and charged with murder In the
first degree as was Perry Walker, who
is said to have been with the McVays
shortly before the shooting. Walker
was later released John McVay was
tried last February ami convicted and
I sentenced to death. An appeal has
Jfcervtd to stay the sentence.
r.popular head of ihe White Star
American woman. In 1S&8, Mr. Ismay,
lame ot tne wnite star line and a
r the most popular girls In New York's
though for many years a resident of
TLANTA. Ga.. April 3d Georgia's i
reiereuco for tho duraocratlc presi
dential nomination will be expressed
by tho voters tomorrow at a state-
wiae primary to De ncia solely tor
that purpose. Later in the month
the state convention will meet here
to ratify the choice. Tho contest is
between Woodrow Wilson and Oscar
W Underwood, with the odds appar
ently favoring the New- .Ieney go
ernor. Factional lines have been
drawn in the contest. Wilson in gen
erally supiKrtcd by tho friends of
Senator Hoke Smith, whilo Under
wood is fawired by tho anti-Smith
faction, of which Governor Joseph If.
Brown and Clark Howell aro the lead
WISCONSIN SOLONS MEET
MADISON, Wis., April SO. Tho
Wisconsin legislature assembled in
extra cession today ln pursuance of
tho call Issued by Governor McGovcrn
last month Tho principal matter to
come before the legislators is the
westlon of state aid in the strength
ening of levees and other measures to
prevent flood damage. Jew water-
the Iowcr 'a I"K)sed amend-
he monU to ,ho we,Bh,8 and nieasures
I iaw, are, also to, bo brought, upj at
- L. J- -i . . . . . , 1
- jfnry 'the indebtednoBs of the old 'com-
pau In addition to this Indebtedness
there is a $10,000 bond issua of the
old company, luc in two years. This
the Perth al interests will assume.
'The new management, after com
pleting tho organization, hopes to be
able soon to. place tho company
THE ONE PRICE STORE
C. M. Henkel, Mgr. Jeweler and Optometrist
First Case of Its
Tho result of tho hearlnc todattCreaw Ilalm' whlch ,s aPPel to tho
h, t,X ,m in th . nost,,ls or """a011 thc throat or
before Judge bames in the case, ,, , ii.. ,, . , .,
therein Francisco Samson
Moreno, charged with conspiracy to:()l
export arms and ammunition to Mex- A fevv. rainutes after applied you can
ico from the United States, waslfeel a loosening up in tho head, the
that the defendants were held for t r,ai aa4 soreness ar gone, the sense
the United States grand Jury. cf taste, smell and hearing come back.
me neanng 01 me case ot uie
overnment against Jesus Moreno!
1 Francisco Samson, charged with
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o export munitions ot war to -mcx'
co, contrary to a joint resolution and
proclamation b the president was
heard before United States Commls-
nioner Sames today
The Mexicans were arrested by thc,oul breath. Hay foyer victims who
custom officials and bad In their
,c.inn nvi.u nH , r,m,i. !
nn,trMoo. i ,i,n.i tn , l.o.Mant and permanent relief by the
v .... c . -o-
amount of dry goods and other mer
chandise. United States Attorney Joseph Mor
rison is tne prosecuting attorney anu .
David Benshlmol is defending the '
L. n. Gould, mounted custom inspec
tor was the first witness called who
explained how he followed them and
where they were arrested. G. B.
Mason, the custom collector In charge
then followed and considerable dis
cussion followed regarding the ad
mission of papers said to be the
. . i
signed statements of tho Mexicans
At two o'clock Mr. Mason was still
on the stand and it Is doubted if the
hearing will be completed today as
thero aro a large number of witness
es to be examined.
The case of smuggling against
them will be taken upon comple
tion of the hearing on the other
The Mexicans aro -well known her,,
and reside at El Tigre and visited
this city regularly about once a
month on shopping trips. Douglas In
ternational FEDERALS ARE AFIER
Three Detachments Chasiry
Him But Are Unable
to Corner Robber
CANANEA, Son., Mex.. April 30.
Three different detachments of fed
erals aro at present after Escoboza
and his band of outlaws, in this dis
trict. Iast week he was drUen to
tho west, where ho struck camp at
Cerro PricUu Later ruralcs droe
them out of the range of hills, and
captured two or three of his men.
eleven horses and a quantity ot guns
and ammunition and two kegs of pow
der. Later ho was seen in the vi
cinity of Bacanucbl, where the Ariz-pe-Cananea
mall stage was held up,
j and at present is again being driven
back to tho west.
It is reported that a number of
the officials at Arizpo aro related to
Escoboza, and that when he attempt
ed to visit that town recently, tho
president refused to permit the citi
zens to go out from the town and
give hlra battle, thero being at least
125 rifles ln tho town at thtj time.
I and Escoboza's band only numbered
MESSAGE TELLS OF
HIS MOTHER'S DEATH
Judge Sutter Receives Sad
News 1 har Was Un
exoected TO.MBSTONE, April 30. Judo
Fred Sutter, or tho superior court,
received a telegram telling of tho
death of "dls mother at Sheldon, Xc
oraska, at the age ol 77 years. ShJ
had been ill for only bcvcial weeks
and dcbpito hor advanced years had
excellent dcalth up to the tlmo of hor
Oscar ttirtb and It V. Perry, wlm
wcro indicted by the graud jury on
the cnargo of burglary,, entered pleas
of cuiltv- today in the siperlor court
and wero bentenced to Imprisonment
lu the state penitentiary for a pcrio.l
of one year cacti. Tney were cnarsou
witU brcaklug lnlo ihc American Sa-,',
Imiw warchoufce lu Xowell.
iviuorti,aiidirarcsier, me iwo
weW'lirdiclcd ly'Uio grand jury
.- . . &
on tho charge ot mguwa roimvry.
entered pleas of guilty to the .hart
of grand larceny today ami mey win
be sentenced Wednesday morulng at
U oVIock. They arc tho two soldiers
who assaulted and robbed a Douglas
Mexican, auto driver and robbed hint
ona)whllu onroutc to Bisbeo
. h.4k VkAi -
Grinding Our Own Lenses
Together with having an Optometrist
to examine the Eyes means positive
ly the best form of Eye Insurance for
'o matter how complex the LENS
prescribed Its ground In our own shop.
Let us make VOIJH glasses.
SAFE REMEDY ENDS
The- quickest, bes and safest way
tiu tuir I'uiaiiii ur a cum vi me ut'au
lis by using a remedy that v. ill "touch
the spot" and do its work quickly
without leaving anv bad effects Elys
trn ,A nn, nc,.n.. .allnvn. amti
ttwilU". wui-.l,r ItuvlMl
.r.f Mas r ,..,.,, r ,,,
,and ou feel like a difterent person.
i:iy-s Cream Balm cleanses, heals
and sttengtuens the lnnamed mem
branes. takes away that stuffed up
Teeling and dull pain in tho head, ro
lieves the throjt soreness and stops
the nasty discharge which is th
. cause of the disgusting hawking,
spitting, blowing of the nose, anu
"lt ,"""' "i "i ui'
iug. coughing and wheezing get in-
use of this simple remedy.
Don't suffer another minute. Ely's
Cream Balm will relietc you immeui-
utely, and a 0 cent bottle will mote
thanllkc, work a p,,, cure. AH ,
,irlllr,riat sPn it jeo .
FROM PARIS SHOP
Here is a very original and sur
prising model fr"om laferriere's in
I'arls. The bodice consists of a
kimono In coarse blue linen, with
black and orange colored fruit and
green leaves. The border of the skirt
is of similar stuff, while the remain
der of the dress is of fine white linen
embroidered Jand festooned In ij;
rounded scallops The contrast is
curious and entirelv novel; the half
length jacket is in coarse linen to
match, a regular Japanebe kimono
without sleeves and very wide arm-
holes. It opens at the back in two
1-olnts. boracreu wuu oiacK, mnji.H
the white linen beneath.
BURN II BRIDGES
ON NACOZARI ROAD
Believed That Escoboza's
Band of Bandits Is
UOUOI.AS. Auril St). Tho burning
of two bridges on the Nacozari rail
road, between Nacozari. and Calabazos
about fifteen miles I'orth of the for
mer town, Is credited by many to
Ybidro Kscoboea and his defeated
band of red naggers, who arc thought
to have stopped long enough to set
fire to the two structures, as they
(led toward the Chihuahua line. Thu
bridges were cribbed up aftor hard
work, the train arriving here
tnap six aours iaiu. , k .
i&cobota' and. 1ils) men tre sni.
priVIuy iot VI irufUViniH in mu
Sierras'AzuIra range. north of Naco
zari. The tight was a tmort one, tho
red nagger fleeing after tho tirst
ollev and leaving four dead on tho
field. They ueaded east and aro be
lieved to bo making for the Chihua
No further details 'were obtain'
able from passengers ot the UclayoJ
JAKOB SCHMID. Owner ind Mgr.
The Five Cent Show is Here to Stay
NEW PICTURES-PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
Admission 5 Cents)
The greatest volume of entertainment
for the price in the Southwest
25 New Reels O' Pictures A Week
Royal T h e a t r e
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY, VEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
'THE SLIP" (Selig) An intense, absorbing story of the becret ser
Wee Original in theme, thrilling In it's action.
"THE BELLE OF NEW ORLEANS" (Kalem)
Now Orleans while under Spanish rule.
"THE COIN OF FATE" (C. G. P. C.) A beautiful story telling how
' nterfeit coin was the means of-saing a young girl from po
er jiid disgrace.
"BUNNY AND THE TWINS" (Vitagraph) Another Vitagraph com
edy featuring "John Bunny" the foremost comedlin on the moving
picture stage today. A whirlwind of laughter from start to finish.
Matinees TIF., FRI . SAT , ANU SUNDAY AT 2 30 SHARP
Evening performance at 7 o'clock sharp A continuous show.
New Pictures Tonight
"Ace of Spades"
. . "Song of the Gypsy"
BIG FEATURE PICTURES i
AT THE ROYAL THEATRE'
'"The Slip. one ot the new pic
tures to be used at the Royal com
raencinjf Tuesday afternoon is one
that will irfve the public a chance to
ee the operations "Get Rich Quick"
This picture is highly praised by
ihe critirs and goes to show the ef
ficiency of Uncle Sam s detectives in
the post 'office department.
The picture shows three sharp
swindlers and how far tht-y will go
to rob the public, but In the end aro
captured by the United States of
ficers. I The Wallingford afialr is still ripe
1 in the minds of the people and thU
picture is modeled after that swindle
I "The. Com of Fate," is another fea-
.ture of gratitude ard pictures th;
j'ife of hardship of a younc; girl, in
which she uses a coin given her by
a mi.n, whose 'ntontlons were the
I best but gets the young girl Into trou
ble through trying to purchase medl
cine for a sick mother, but after the
affair being explained by the man
ho is wealthy she is exonerated
'and given a gooc home bv tne family
'of the benefactor.
"The Ilelle of Xew Orleans" is a
French picture and shows to what
extent some of the royal noblemen
ill go to gain the hands of a wealthy
girl. Rambling, dueling and trickciy
of all kinds is used and ends with
tho us tai runaway natch.
"Burny and tho Twins," needs but
lih introduction to tho public as
all i!.' picture that have shown
l;unii have been laugbablo and this
on ic one of the funniest that has
been released The story is of two
old maids and both want to marry
IJunny, but through his usual strategy
he escapes from "'oth and seems to
he well satisfied to get out with hl3
life. Both the lady characters used
In this picture are well knowu ac
tresses. j The Ilojal Theater wishes to stae
'that through the efforts of its man
Jager that all pictures exhibited from
this date on are pictures sent direr'
from the film company immediately
after releabe, and nothing but the
best will bo Riven o the good lKitrpn
agc which the- Koyal now enjoys.
The ntw bongs to ho used by Harrv
Freeman aro of the latest from tho
publishers. One is the song that Ray
mond Hitchcock in?s in the Yankeo
tourist. "So Wliat'-j the Use?" Thip
song Is considered o e of the best
put out by tho Snjiicr Pub Co.
The other bong is . I n Herman sons
used by Mabel Hit", That Beautiful
Waltz," and Is a tic. waltz song.
THEY ALL DEMAND IT.
Bisbec. Like Every City and Town
In the Union, Receives It.
People with Mdncv ills want to te
cmii-m! Whpn nn Miffprn th tnr-
tures of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought for. There are many
remedies today that rqlievc. but do
not cure.., Itoan's Kidney Pills have
cured thousands. ' Ilcro'is proof -T"
Mrs. (VS.' Smith, KlUvN. Alari-ou St..
Prohcott. Ariz $as ' "Doau's Kld
ney Pills are a valuablo medicine and
one which I can recommend. I had
kidney trouble and as tliq result suf
fered a great ileal from soreness !
the small or my back. Tlicre was
also weakness across my kidneys and
1 1 was bothered more severely -wl
I attempted to etoop or lift. If
i. fjpwr;4 rJ...lw . 'l " vnmmimmmix im wmnaamiT
A typical btory of
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shipments in his
He Pays All Expense
and collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination.
Service prmpt and efficient
Tne Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of U.a
LANDS and MINES of the Weit
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAVVTON, G. F. & P. A.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Prspnators,
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESSY. Prop.
Phone 15. Op. Uepot Ambulance
Perish th Thought of Preof.
"Walt a moment," Baid tha nodding
novelist. "I will show you the proof
of my novel." But tho other hastened
away. "So, no." ho said. "I don't
need proofs. Your word is enough,"
lay in one position for awhile, I had
difficulty in arisine-i ,The iktdnqvj ac
cretion ,,w ore uifiialuntl'. Vrfd caused
mo aitnoytifirp Poau's'KIdnoy Pillu
brpiightironfpt relief aud, during tha
1ast year" 1 14.M5 had practically 0 rc,
currence of kidtiey trouble." '
For pale by all dealers. PrW :.
cents Fostcr-MilUrn Co.. Bufialu.
w ork, solo agents for the' United
name Doan's ana.
icji i nuiutjuiuiJN mn
I tal: no olvw