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Yfffi BISBEB DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2.1, 1912
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ALL FOR CLARK
Roueini? Rally at Lowell Is
Forecast of Sweeping
Victory Monday at
Tho meeting or Hie Lowell and War
ren Cliamp Clark club at I.owell last
(night was attended by several hun
dred democrats of the rinrl. flan from
all over the district last night. Tl.c
meeting was held at the rooms ol
the Lowell club, and refreshments
were served during the evening.
Tho Clark ientlments of tlio
speakers wero roundly applauded. In
dicating that tho Missouri man Is
t mpliatlcally th choice of the majori
ty of the democrats of IxiwpII, and
Lowell votes mor democratic tick
fin than any precinct In tho count
Tho meeting was called to order
b I li. ISallcy. of Ijowell. who re
quested Alexander Murry. of Warren,
to explain to the visitors the purpose
for which tho elub was formed and
the object of the meeting last night,
which the young attornej did In his
uual entertaining style. He then in
troduced County Attorney W. G. C.tl-i
more, who spoke at length on the
career of Chump Clark, an a memLer
of the .Missouri legislature, ot the na
tional legislature, as leader of the
democratic party in congress, and as
speaker of the house. Tho address
was1 punctuated by h;ind-elapplng and
While the county attirne was
speaking, a measured thumping was
heard in the back of the hall, and
the audience was suddenly aware that
"Judgo" Owen Murphy the county
recorder, was In its midst. The ar
rival of the popular Lowelllan, tem
porarily a resident of the county seat,
was signalled by a burst of applause
that amounted to an ovation It was
Judce Murphy's first visit home since
he went to Tombstone' ti take up
his duties as1 county recorder
INDIANA ELKS IN SESSION
ANDERSON. Ind.. May 22 Ander
son Is in gala atiire for the annual
convention of Inuiana Klks. The fes
tivities in connection with the gathcr
inc; began today and will continue un
til Friday. Ten thousand members of
the order are expected 'o take part in
the big jwrade tomorrow
ALLEGED CONSPIRACY CASES
ST. I.OI'IS. Mo , May 22 -The cases
of J. J. Heall and Frank Quinn. who
were convicted In the Federal court
In Oklahoma on c barges of conspiracy
to prevent negroes from voting for
congressmen, were willed for argu
ment todav in the federal court of j
appca's in this tiM
Will Make $20.00 Each
In May, 1912, we will buy SO good Jingles, suitable for a Post
Toasties Jingle Book.
You may get $20.00 f r writing an original Jingle or for filling
in the missing line of the incomplete Jingle in the coupon. A fine
way to have some fun.
A COMPLETE JINGLE
( s an example only )
Picnic daye are coming, goodness what a treat,.
Fill up all the baskets; lets of stuff to eat.
Never mind the cake and jam, never mind the tea
Plenty of Post Tcattles that's good enough for
Street and No.
Use ot above Form of answer is suggested, but not required.
Address and mail your Jingles to
Jingle Dept. 168, POSTUM CEREAL GO., LTD., BATTLE CREEK, MICH.
Jingles accepted for our looV, will be bought and
paid for at $20A0 each.
Only the Jingles we pay for will be used.
There will l-e 50 Jingles jmrehased and the names
and addresses of the writers iil be printed and mailed
to every enquirer who sends u3 a lc stamped and ad
dressed envelope for return.
The .Uncle will be Judged honestly upon merit, so
if you are sensitive person and not a good sportsman
don't try. for wc have no time to "pet up" those whoso
Jlnsles are not accepted.
This is an opportunity to make some extra money, and. in addition, become ac
Try some of this crisp
TRAVEL LECTURE TO
BE GIVEN TONIGHT
general Invitation Is Issued
to Entertainment at
At Fair hall tomorrow night, under
tho ausj Ices of the Commercial club
and through the, rourtesv of the
Southe. n Pacific company .there will
be given a free Illustrated lectuie on
travel. To this lecturo the Commer
cial club issues a general Invitation,
not to members only, but to tin gen
eral public, and specially to ladies.
From tho reports that haw been re
reived from other cities where the
lecture lias been given, it Is well
worth th attwidlng. Picking at will
Irom such npwspaixtr criticisms xi
havw reached this citj, such expres
sions as "Only the actual trip could
surpass In enjoyment the entertain
ment " "The vit-ws were simply beau
tiful, and the leeturo Is. a literary
work of art"
Captain A. C. Clum, who will de
liver tho lecture on travel at Talr
hall. Is said to possess the finest col
letlon of colored slides showing
western views that cart bo found, and
also to know tho west and how to
describe It, as he ha.s spent many
years in that section, and is familiar
with all the scenes shown.
It is probable that Cananea will
later beglven an opportunity to have
this lecture, for Secretary Gray, of
the Warren district commercial club,
has received a telegram thjt au eu-
dcavor will be made by the company
t arrange an engagement there May
Who Lecturer Is
Mr. Clum Is perhaps the best au
thority on the early history of tho
Arizona Apache Indians living today.
He canu to Arizona in 1871, holding,
an appointment from the government
as agent of these Indians. At that
time there were many of the Apaches
located in the Chiricahua mountains,
on a reservation that In eluded the
Sulphur Springs valley. In 1S7G Clum
was ordered to move the Chiricahua
Apaches from the Chiricahua reserva
tion to the San Carloa reservation,
and their attempt resulted in the first
outbreak of Geroninio, who proved to
be the greatest villain of the Apache
tribe. Clum gathered Indians who
were the descendants of Cochise, and
carried them to San Carlos. Geroni
mo was present at the meeting and
promised to go also to the San Car
los, but asked permission to go about
ten miles from old Fort Howie, and
get his family and relations. This
permission was given, but instead ol
returning with his people, as he
promised to do, Geronimo gathered
his stock and people and crossed into
the Sierra Madre mountains, and it
required ten years of military activi
ty to finally effect hiB capture and re
moval from Arizona.
The removal of tho- Apaches from
the Chiricahua reservation resulted
In the opening of this section of the
then territory to entry by the white,
FINISH THIS JINGLE
Little orphan Anr-ie frcm far, far away
Came to make a visit, and she's going to stay.
Roses now are blooming, on her cKeecks so pale,
(Hll In this lino,
food with cream and sugar.
'Trunks in Basement Are
! Rifled by Daring
The rooming house of Mrs. Mary
Tack, mi Subway allev, was burglar
ised yesterday between 11 o'clock In
the morning and 2 o'clock in tho
afternoon and several trunks broken
into, including one owned by Mrs.
Tack, from which a numbet of ar
tides of value are missing.
The trunks were kept In a cellar
or basement I'tider the house. Mrs.
Tack visited the basement yesterday
morning at 11 o'clock and the trunks
had not been harmed but when she
went back again at 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon all of the trunks, her
own and several stored there by per
sons who had stopped at the house,
had been entered ard their contents
rcatteri-d all over the place. It is not
known what was taken from the
trunks as It is rot known what was in
them, with the exception of a number
of valuable heirlooms belonging to
Mr. Tack were taken from her own
Following th discovery of the evi
dence:, of the burglary, the olicers
were notified and they made a thor
ough Investigation of tho premise'!
and It was said last night that they
have obtained a valuable clue to the
identity of the burglars. It is believed
that the burglary was committed by
the band of boys who have been mak
ing iotty thefts In the residence dis
trict for Eome time.
CANADIAN WOMEN IN COUNCIL
LONDON, Onu May 22. Delegates
from many points In Canada assem
bled here today for the opening of the
nineteenth annual meeting of the na
tional council of women. The meeting
will last an .entire week and promises
to Lo one of the most successful In
the history of the organization. The
chief feature of the entertainment
program will be a luncheon and re
ception in honor of her royal highness
the Duchess of Connaught, who is the
honorary president of tho council.
Sunday KK. C's vs Mooe
Mr. Clum, after leaving the govern
ment service, went into the new spa-
per business, and was the founder of,
tho Dally Citizen, In Tucson, having!
purchased the paper, which had been ,
a weekly Later Clum went to Tomb-f
stone, during the boom days of that
town, and establlshel the Tombstone
Epitaph, now owned and published as'
a weekly by William Hatttch. Hej
left Arizona In 1SS. and since then
has resided In California, with the
exception of ten years, when he was
Toasties and write plainly.)
Fill in the miffiing line of the incomplete Jingle
printed above, making the last line include tho name
'Tonstlep," v.itn correct rhyme and metre.
Or write an original Post Toasties
Jingle of not less than 4 lines, any one
line of whirh must contain "Post
Toasties" or "Toasties."
As mtny Jingles may be submitted as desired.
bits o toasted Indian Corn.
It is not easily forgotten.
LEAD RS DIRE
New York World Shows How
Roosevelt and Taft Have
Made Matters So
BOTH ARE IMPOSSIBLE
WASHINGTON. May 23. The all
union In the republican party is con
cisely and accurately described by
tho New York World In the follow
Ing: Mr. Roosevelt cannot support Mr.
Taft for president. Mr. Taft cannot
support Mr. Roosevelt for president.
If either It nominated tho other
Mr Taft's nomination should
meau two republican parties and
two republican tickets, for Mr.
Roosevelt, cannot escape from the
situation that be hlmielf created.
H has attacked Mr. Taft In such
a manner that not only will it ne
Impossible for him to support the
president, but It will be Impossible
for him to refrain from opposing
the president's re-election.
In case Mr. Taft is nominated, Mr.
Roosevelt cannot retire from the
campaign. He has described Mr. Taft
as a dishonorable man, wholly unfit
for the high office ho holds, and It
Is Mr. Rootvelt'8,duty to see that
such a president is not re-elected.
Mr Roosevelt cannot go over to the
democrats, for they will not nomi
nate him, and UK" Rcscvelt can ex
pect no great Influence In the cam
paign except as -a candidate. The
only thing for him to do If he Is de
feated at Chicago Is to organize a
second republican party and make
himself its candidate. It will bo re
membered that tfio" free-silver repub
licans who bolted In 1S9G continued
to call themselves republicans.
Mr. Taft's task if the convention
noes against him will be much simp
ler. Ills duty will be to put himself
in sympathy with the hundreds of
thousands of republicans who will
support the democratic ticket on the
third-term issue. The president can.
not do lets than this He has said
that a great principle is at stake
and that Rooseveltlsra is a menace
to American institutions. Such be
ing tho cue It Is Mr. Taft's solemn
duty to flrat It until the polls close
on election nlsht. He cannot honor
ably do less.
To bo sure, a compromise nomi
nation at Chicago is possible, trut it
is not probable. This Iss"e of
Rooseveltlsra presents an irrepressi
ble conflict which must be fought
out at the pol's and might better be
fought out now jjhan later. If a
compromise candidate were nomi
nated, Mr. Rosevelt .would proceed
to cut hU throat after election as
ho cut Mr. Taft's throat. Mr.
Roosevelt would b a third-term can
didate in 19IC as he is a third-term
candidate now. The country would
have four years more of third-term
agitation with no compensating ad
vantages. Such a course could not do vio
lence to Mr. Taft's conscience. He
Is a republican, but it Is certain that
trere will be nothing In the demo
cratic platform so antagonistic to his
principles as Rocseveltlsm and a
Mr. Taft cannot compromise with
such an opponent. He cannot make
terms with such an opponent. It
must be war to tho knife until the
nomination is settled, and if neces
sary war to the knife until the votes
Here Is a chasm that can not be
bridged by all the cohesive power
of party prejudice, a chasm that
yawns for the remains of tho re
HICKEY WILL BUILD
Bisbee Man Makes
in That Gils Hickey made real estate
investments on his visit to the coast
last spring and purposed to have a
summer home in .San Diego Is the
burden of an article which was pub
lished in a San Diego paper on the
occasion of his visit there This ar
ticle has Just been received in Uisbeo
and in as follows
Gus A. Hickey, a wealthy mine
owner and merchant of lllsbce, Ariz.,
and chairman of the board ot super
visors of Cochise county, is visiting
the city and has purchased 21 site Tor
& summer home in Burlingaine. Mr.
Hickey is an old timer in Arizona,
havlns; had experience as an Indian
fighter and watched the country de
velop its rich mining resources.
"Vour new railroad into San Diego
will draw fully 75 per cent ot the
wholesale business trom Los Angeles
down here," said Mr. Hickey. Prac
tically all the coke needed in our
state ought to be shipped from this
port and will bo when you get your
road through. In return our copper
will be shipped out through this ort
as the larger part noes to Kngland
and Germany from thU coast."
The Arizonan Is thoroughly en
thured about San Diego and will
build a $.",000 summer home on his
Uurlingame lot, which is described as
lc IS, block 3. Ho purchased the lot
from Mcraddcn & Buxton, paying for
The Moose-K. C. ball game at War
ren Park Sunday, May 26th.
How She Was Saved From
Surgeon's Knife by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. i
Nog-adore, Ohio. - "The first two years j
I was married 1 suffered so much from i
female troubles and
Waring down pains ,
that I could notstand ,
on my feet lonf;
enougli to do my
work. The doctor
said I would have to
undergo an opera
tion, butmy husband
wanted me to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
firsL I took three
bottles and it made me well and strong
and I avoided a dreadful operation. 1
now have two fine healthy children, and
I cannot say too much about what Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
done for me." Mrs. Leg Manges,
K. P. D. 10, Mogadore, Ohio.
Why will women take chances with an
operation or drag out a sickly, half
hearted existence, missing three-fourths
of Uie joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been tho stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re-stort-d
the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
If you want special advice write to
I,Tdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lvnii, Mass. Your letter will
he opened, read and answered by r;
woman and held In strict confidence
Pioneer Says Depth Neces
sary to Reach Biff
Ore Bodies and
RETURNS TO STATE
Convinced that the major part oi
Arizona's mineral wealth does not
He on the surface or near it, but
far down in the bowels of tho earth, I
M. F. Campbell, a pioneer who left '
the territory in 1SS1, has returned'
with the intention of investing In the'
new state. '
"Deep mining" might be Mr. Camp
bell's slogan. He declares that few
of the people engaged in mining" in
this section realize that to open the
big- ore bodies they mint go deep. In
his opinion, many a good mine has
been abandoned before its wealth was
anywhere near exhausted.
Mr. Campbell owns a great deal ol
mining property in Sinalor. and Du
ringo. Mexico. His home is in Ios
Angeles. At present he is not devot
ing a great deal u' time to the de '
velopment of his Mexican properties
preferring to wait until conditions are
more settled In that country. In the 1
meantime he will look about over Arl
zona and pick up anything that im-
presses him favorably. He expects no ,
trouble in finding what he wants. A1-'
Tpflriv hi nffnn cnm nlnl.na i Vnm.
"I have heard the
Arizona criticized because they did
not do more development work,'" JiT.
Campbell said to the Democrat last
evening. We didn't bare any automo-'
biles in those rays, which would en
able us to spend- tho nights In town,
and the dayi at mines seventy miles '
away. Machinery like we u.ive today,
had not been invented then, and toi
pack machinery into the mountains
llll UU11U1 MAS ill' 11511b msiw j 1
think that the pioneers did all that'
could have been expected ot them.
We thought nothing of wlndlasslngl
rock a hundred fet. But I think the'
miners of this age, many of whom)
seem too lazy to sink shafts, even
w ith the equipment available now, are
oren to criticism. You can't make a
mine without working. The values
here in Arizona arc not on the sur.
face. All your big mines, like th i
United Verde, the Copper Queen and'
Old Dominion, prove that. The great .
bodies of ore lie below. My experience j
in Mexico and Arizona has shown me
that the geologic conditions are the
same. I am sorry cow- that, I ever
left Arizona, though J did well In'
"Any young: man can make a for
tune mining in Arizona, even if ho
needs fs a mt!e pereistencc and
A Skin of Beauty Is n Joy Forever
T. Fetlx Oouraud's Orlantal
Craam or Magical Baautiflar.
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fl &4 ytirt, &ftd
1 v irale w
! property mJ.
Accent no ccgbUt
frit cf iIi&LaVf
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Sayr J4 to a
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COAL nd WOOD
All kinds of
at all times
Office Phone 121
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO.
We Are Now in the Market for
the Purchase of Conner Ore
and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
Grain, Hay and J 1!
Kinds Chicken Feed
Independent Fuel & Feed Co
Phone Bisbee 237 Phone Lowsll 120
I'M! ANILbRS CAR
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
TRY ONE OF OUR BIG
SODAS THEY ARE FINE
BISBEE DRUG CO.
' J St. EIlTlO Hotel
trewery Gulch, one block from de
ot A fir.it class place to stop
then In Bisbee Tour patronage
Smith Whaley. Prop.
reit Drara we
Bttzarj tar. nterf lit
O. K. LIVERY and
UOBERl HENNESSY, Prop.
Thone IS. Op. Depot Ambulance
aTKF AR ZONA AND NEW
"'MEXICO RAILROAD CO.PalaceLivery
7.3S a. m. t.T Clifton ar 4:03 p. m
316 a. m. L.T Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m.
9-nO a. m. Lv Duncan I.t 2:3S p. n I
10:23 ft. m. Lt Lordibur Lv 1:33 p. a.
11:38 a. m. Ar Harhtta Lv 13:10 p. m
South bound train connects with
"outbern Pacific west bound tralr j
n'o 1, leaving Lordsburc 10. &7 a. ro t
Mountain Time ,
South bound tram connects with Eli
Psio & Southwestern eaft bount
'ra.- for El Fsfco, leaving Hachlt3 at
n En j m . Mountain rime, anf!
ith vel bound train for Dougla
id nishee leavlns (Tarhlt at il:!
m.. Mountain Time
A. T. THOMSON.
Traffic Manager. CUlton. ArUana.
& FEED CO.
Yard Phone 151
Typewriters rented and repaired.
Agents for Oliver Typewriter.
Next to Fair Hall.
Eyes Examined and Glasses Btted
for Aii Refractive Errors and Mus
Dr. F. D. Rockefeller
telstered by Examination In
New York, Minnesota and Arizona
THE ONE PRICE STORE.
C. M. HENKEL. Mar.
an" Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
! Bisbee 23
Anhcuser Busch Beer
Phone - - - 242
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