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THE BISBEE DAILY REV itiW, fclSBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2-1, 1SH2.
START TRIAL IN
C1RL WHOSE HEROISM SAVED FATHER
IMPORTANT WITNESS IN ALLEN TRIAL
jPlocson-Costello Suit Being
Heard Before Judge
O'Connor of Pinal
Mm J. Good.
Miss J. Good, daughter or tlie cler:
of the court at Hlllsvillc, whose hero
ism saved the life of her father at the
time of the snooting by the Allen out-
OTHER COURT NOTES
TOMMSTONK. Ma .. tSpeuali
The tliht lotitidb of the ceieorated
UleeSon .cftGe were tried out in the
Mipcilor court this morning, with
Judge O'Connor of Pinal rouut.v act
Ing as referee. The demurrer to
the complaint was llrst subuiit'ed
without argument and was denied
The cnue was then ordered for trial
ami the following Jurois aieeptcd to
VK th& rase- 11 A. Robinson, of
Jiouslas, J. V:. Speer of i)oulas' W
,C Hughes of niobee. Jacob Schoeier
ol Douglas, H. II. Popjnn of Uisbee,
AVm. Hughe of Ilisbee, John Crochet
' of Tombstone, Henry Seeley ot
.Douglas, (icorgc Humm of Ixmell. A.
2j Nanny of Douglas. Oeorge C. Val
entine of Douglas, AV. I. Koundtreo
if Douglas The Interests of John
Vllpeson are bciiiK looked after by
l5eorgf NV-ule and Kusene S Ives
The Coslelln interests are being
looked nf ter by ilessrs. Ren Good
rich, Cleorse Scptt "of Los AngeleS and
John S. Williams of Uisli-e
The case will h. ail probability oc
cupy the attention of the court all
'of the present week there are some
jorty witnesses to be put on the stand
Ay the plaintiff while the defens will
liave between ten and twenty.
' The case involve the question of
in Interest in forty mining claim;-, in
ihe Gleeson and t'ourtland mining
districts and are said to be of a value
of over $1,000,000.
No Decision In Former Trial
M The trial of the case will be
aichcd-th interest as both of the
liarties to1 the suit are. well knowc
throughout the county and territory.
- The 'ii v-es first brought in 1910
and was trlrd before Judge Campbell
of Pima county, he acting in place of
Judge Doan who was disqualified He
heard the testimony in the case in
DecembeTT'rMO'aiid after talcing the
taso under, advisement until April.
Mil, finnJV; announced that he would
not rendir a idision in the cabe and
ordered it remanded back here for
frial. I jsl month an effort was made
by the attornevs of the defense to
have tho case transferred to the
jurisdiction of the I'nited States court
at Phoenix ThiF motion .was de
nied in tho superior court here by
Juuge Duffy who acted in place of
Judge Sutter. Au attempt was then
tnade before the United States judge
in Phoenix hut ho refused to erapt
file renuest. The trial here will in
all probability be but tho beginning
of a long drawn out legal battle that
will end in the supreme court of tho
t?nited States as both parlies are de
termined to push it to that end.
The trial Jurors not engaged in the
trial ot ihr Gleeson-Tostello case
were excused until Monday morni lg.
The case of Warnekros vs Kich
wrds'Tegardlng the question of the
property of .the Arlington hotel In
this city has-been sent to follow tho
Gleeson-Costcllo cast. George Neale
was ordered entered as associate
cpunsel.f3r..t lie, .plaintiff.
The cas-oCSLerr vs Shorr of
Douglas has been set for trial on
.it.uu , J ,in vuov ,iuiiiaco ij ui- i. of. I
lulge bouif sensational testimony ac-1 3 "
tori'Ing to all reortb and to involve I ' '
it number of Douglas people ' since thev adjourned There are
The grand jurv will be in session soim 'lghi or ten c-ascs to lc in
pgain on Mondav to dear up the bi-s- vrMijraled It is nxpeited thai it
jnebs that has referred to that body will take but one dai to ilear it up
laws, is one of the principle witnesses
for the prosecution at tho trial which
Is being held in the Wytho County
court house, at Wythoville, Va.
AMERICA'S FAVORITE BEVERAGE
The facb that we sold 173,184,600
bottles of Budweiser durinq the
year 1011 speaks eloquently of
the commandinq superiority of
its quality, purity and exquisite
Flavor. Its DODuIarity qrows daily.
LIGHT DISCLOSES EITHER
FILTH OR PURITY
While darkness hides them, this is why our
Beer is always hottled at the Brewery
only in crystal white bottles, thus insuring
cleanliness and purity. Can you see what is
in a black bottle? Order a case today and
be convinced that Beer bottled at the Brew
ery is the best. Everywhere for sale, 2 doz.
Qts. $3.50. For any information call Phone
Boston & Broweij Agents
COPPER CITY BREWING COMPANY
NEEDLES ENDANGERED ILITTLE MONEY SPENT
BY COLORADO'S RISE IN CLARK CAMPAIGN
City Threatened Preliistor-j Manager Nails Lie Relative,
ic Town Brought to Lif hi ( to L avish Expenidtures
bv the waters i and Gives Fieures I
Budweiser bottled only at the home plant
, with crowns or corks.
fi ST. LOUIS
- L. C. Shattuck
Phelps Dodge Mer. Co.
Bisbee Distributors Arizona
PAN MERXARD1NO, Ma 23.-iTlie
situation at ieeIle8. where the Colo-i
MINNEArOLIS. Minn., May 23- I .
am tired hearinr about lavish e.v .
Iieni'ituros for Champ Clark. We are
going to nominate hlin on the first
ballot, and are soins to do it with j
remarkable little money. We liacj
had $23.t00 to date" ,
This was the substances of a slate-!
rado rUer is eating an ay the bank
on which the town stands, is far
more critical tonight than at any
time this uevk. The treacherous
current now threatens tho second and i
milv rumamliiL' H'fltpr innln iiimlvlnr?
the citv The stvam defies the ef- mect by tormer Senator I T. Dubois
forts or workmen. Hastily construct- of Idah?- "no of the Clark managers. ,
Government Ships Herds
Of Elk Into five States
oil dams have onl shifted the dan
ger point to other places on the bank.
What Is declared to be an ancient
c Ity lias beenuncovered by the shift
in tHo current, thirty miles below
Needles. It -is declared tu be tko
walls of lints that have been burled
for centuries, now showing
water oa the edge of tho new cUttn
;ncj. . . ,
"We have 3S Clark delegates al-
midy elected." lie continued, "and
from the conventions yet to bo held
we are certain of 122 more, making
ft total of 320 straight Clark dcle
Katos." Dubois conceded 210 votes to Wil-
Underwood. 4.. to Har
M.irsual. 14 to llaldnlu
and 10 to l!urle
(Uy Windeld bones.)
WASHINGTON. I). C. May 23.
Fic srtatcs have bech supplied with
shipments of elk during the past sea- j
son. In pursuance of jthe pjan of the !
general movement, .-to save the. am- .... himt,,rs an,i 1V inter starvation
I States Most of lliete are in the 'el-
lowbtono National Park and Uit Jack
son's tloe rcpon llier1 usee t- be a.
i great number of e'k in all the w -n-rn
states, but they hae been killed on
above 60n- 1,JS lo
imor, so to
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PLANNED
SKATTLTi "vtay' 23 Thr I'mlfd
Presbyterimi assembly voted oda to
hold it next mectir.c Atlan'a I'
announced to the delugau- that tin
central assemblies of the I'lebhytei
Inn nlltth rf t T rt 1 nit) C1tic ti ttf I '
the plan for
semblieu on Ik tetter worked out
mals trom such practical extinction
as has .overtaken tfie buffalo. Nearly
all of the 'western states arc noM
au.ious for hbip'mentS; of the elk.
They aro being ilL-fcVlbiitcd as fast as
possible, but the work Is blow aud
expensive and limited lo the winter
otaauu. x uu niuiira suiiiiiiutl iuib i;xi
until their end is in sight, unless the
states take active steps to preserve
All the states thai want elk now are
being supplied by. way- of the national
forests. When a shipment is collected
it Is destined for tome particular for-
esu There the animals are turned
ot tnc initea hiaies ami ty as possible. Most of the elk are ' ,,ion .'
rn Presovtenan ehurch tjnplefisant Relations With collected during the winter at Jack- Wyoming
in he same city and thus U Hlmt p1I(: son's Hole, where the government Vati0ii wi
a union of tho three as- UO Cmor Hunt UaUSe wakes a ractlce of fccdinB them dur. "" '
1 ne M',osc-K. C ball game Suc'a
lerc Washington. Oregon. Utah. Col- looso and ai0wcd to multiply. They
(orddo and Montana. uro rotcctcd as closely as possible
The biological survey of tho de-,1)y th(J rangers and fatate gamo vvar
partment of agriculture has tllstrl- jens
buted the animals. It aim to make , Tnere js now a uiu in congress for
the shipments average as near twen- establishing a new fenced elk rescr-
ty as possible. Most of the elk are a,ion ln tilo wind Cave country of
and, if iosbible, this rcser-
III Lo completed during tho ,
.itmmnr llnrinir Ilu lar.L win- i
ing the winter. About 700 tons of hay ter u.ere CTf. ueive elk sent by the
clothes i? a desirable qual
ity, bur combined with it
must he excellence of tail
oring, beauty of fabric and
correctness of stvle. When
our Chicago tailors.
make ygur clothes to meas
ure you get all these qualifi
cations at a price consider
ably lower than most tailors chaige. Let us show
you their handsome Spring and Summer Woolens
Prices Range From
(': if -74
1'HOB.MX. Ma., 2J. i Special!
Crt-orse Miihaelson has resigned as
member of the state tax commission.
and will soon return to Yuma, where
ho will engage in the banking bust
ness. ills relations with the gov
i survey to the Flathead bison reserve
, in Montana. There K an area of buf
1 talo. Starting two vears ago with a .
I government herd of thirty-six, there I
are now more than sixty head. There j
'Is a considerable part of the reserva-
were used In this way during last
winter. The animals come in to be
fed and are driven into a strong cor
ral and then the ones for shipment
are taken out and put on the cars. It
Is a delicate job to get the big wild
animals without Injuring them. There tti,lrl i.i,,p n,innt.ml to elk than to i
ernor during the period of outlining! Is not much money available, but the n,Ura0 and tno two herds will not ln- ,
the work f the commission, it is department is doing as much as xos-1 tcrfero with each other. '
said, wrt) none too friendly, and hissiblc with the funds In hand. J Th department hopes for c-nsid-
lesignation is the direct result of thei It Is hard to take an accurate cen-jcrable belp in preserving the elk from i
disagrement. He also resigned asjsus of wild animals, but. so far -as tho Order of lllks. The order two,
a member and as secretary of the i tho survey can ascertain, there aro years ago ugreed to discontinue the;
i-tate democratic central committee. I now about 70,000 elk In the United, iUse 0r ei teeth as a symbol,
and a call has been issued by WolpeJ ii,Dncri toamq D.r-u ' I lue survey is trying to help the con- '
as acting (hairman. for a meeting of supposed tramp rich Iservation of the prong-horned ante
mo euuiiuiiLee 10 ue uciu in i noeni
May z: to fill the vacancj.
.Inn,-, ln .tin uln. ,rnr Tlllc l n IllUfh
Deaf and Dumb Man Killed by Train .' .nm-.t. ..v ,'.(.,- t i,n i,ni..
TRAVEL LECTURE IS
more difficult task, owing to the hab
its of the animals that live bv pref
erence In the big desert stretched
v '"' r-"'"7 -a " ---' ' where it is almost impossible to pro-
"lustier, deaf and. dumb, who was ,...,
run over bv a train whllo walking; tno
tracks on a tramp, was a rl-h man.)
: as is shown by evidence gathered b7
the coroner. It was shown that h'
had more than a thousand dollars in
i a bank at Payette, Idaho, besides dc-
Capr. CIum'sTnp Through i,1;';" nardino- Co,ton andf
tne west troves to be
li the p-o)te of Uisbee lud realized
that they had the opportunity to at
tend a lecture wnjch woeld compare
favorably with the famous Stoddard
letures and that such 'ecturo with
GENERAL STRIKE DISCUSSED.
$20.00 p to $45.00
an oi us iicautnui illustrations was
offered to them Ireo it would have re
quired the capacity of the Orphcum
and then there would have been
'standing room only and disappointed
people otits'de. llut they dia not
know thbi and hence the capacity of
Kalr hall was more than sufbclcnt
for the fortunate ones who attended
tho lecture of Captain John I. Clura
I' Freight Handler,, Uncerlain ?s ta
CHICAGO. May S3. Oflicers or the
International Freight Handler' union
today dismissed tLc matltr of railing
out' all freight handlers of tho cen
tral west. It was not announced ai
the close of the meeting, however,
when the order will go Into effect
One member said "a .strike will prob
ably bo called toda or tomorrow."
"Girls! Girls! We
Can All Stop Wear
ing Dress Shields!"
Eip Them Out-Here's PEESPI-N0.
Ill newrwcnrdri, ihloliliiisn.il. whll
Irau KL-ttliiitrtinnrLuMi' txwiltr l'KIt-Sl'I-yo.
No lr-vct Nevir amiln for
uiel I lust put a littlo In my arm-
' TIIOV. N. Y.. May 23. 1 lie wed-
no. ......!.. til it lul'K Ol .Hit- uurillL rinili;io, uagBi-
.nsi. evening. Ills aud ence s ... .. ... v... .u ..... o t.-..iu
who was the American ambassador
taken from Arizona throush Califor
nia. Oregon and Washington, to Is
Ang-'lea, IJertlands, Ulvcrsidc, tlio
beaches. Santa Barbara. Monterey,
Sn Kianclsco l'ortland. Seattle, up
Mt. tjliastn, to Uike Taboe and thence
into the Yoseraite. Moving pictures,
sufterb dissolving views, sunrise, sun-
oet and moonlight effects delighted
to Austria-Hungary, and Marshall
Hurst Durston of Syracuse, took
place today at Washington I'ark, tho
home of the brido's mother, in this
tion extended by the Commercial club
Ihrnurrh the Southern I'licIHe com
Me eye while the eloquence of Caii- pany have much to regret.
ip..-ii-i-4 -rr-M - ifrsmcxwT
.tain Clum charmed the ear It was
I a journej of weeks crowded Into -i
liort' ho-r rfnd-a'lialf.,, .Tliosc .who
leaAlbls jyorilsjarid swt these Vc--niarkil.lt
moving pictures, tumbling
I waterfalls a' half Tiillo in height, rush
. m.? torrents parties traveling over
javalniieheH. the midday, sunset, moou
I rise and moonlight effects on tho
i Golden Gale, beautiful Lake Wasblg
i ton. S attic the rushing, Tacoma the
i growing. Sin Francisco the busy.
have many afaanning recollections.
These who. did not acctpt. tho iuvita-
Caotaln Clum showed his listeners
pltcurcs of his experiences with the
.pachesj bctvf eiu.thlrty and for).y
j ariJ aSot' GdrQjiYuio.Hlje dreaded, atuf
others.'" ' Thero' vtcrc- tml.lat), potfee
and Indian soldiers intro'ducrtl ' in
the parly stagee of tho lecture. They
suw- the prehistoric architecture that
anti-dates, the ludlans, ticn they vis
ited the missions and alter that fol
lowed the travel. All who wcro p.'e-f-cnt
had only one regret and that was
that every- one in Ulsbco had uqt hud
the bauie eujov meilt thay did.
No More Pcripiration UkeThit, nd Ho More
DrciShitldi if You U. rERSPI-WO.
plt. with tlio pad that coinra with each
1i. and then my glory m-mnai .
Ko matter want tbo weight of your J
rlotblnr. no mntter how hot nn! tun"y
U may tie Indoori. 5u nceil ncvir l"
afraid of perspiring any moro In yunr
irui-plts thou ou do on tho Ixick of (
your band. If you uio 1'EllSl'I-NO.
--IV a marvelous yet-a Hiniplu pod.-r
. thatanxtioUy l fJfo -.li liln. Jt kreeii
, yur' arm-ptli JuJt as fK-h nd jlryfaod
natural ns ony other portion of your ludr.
Via PKU81M-NO niid hot tliratre.
d.iDcr-Ualls. and cm-lal affairs will bovn
no more terror for sou In anu-ptt per
spiration. Hit sood-liyo ilrc shields
forever. Mntlnfactlou guaranteed.
FKKM'MTO is for sale at your dniK
clt' at !5o box.or nt direction rceclpv
of price, by tbo l"crpo Co OT5 Lincoln
AvuChicajo. For talo and recommended
in BUbee by lie Ekite Drat Co.
The Real Estate Man
Fire Insurance The Best,
Bargains In Homes
Money Money Money
Phone 76, O. K. BIk.
Now Is The Time To
Buy a Home From
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10 K. L. & M. Bldg. Main St.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS- Paine Web
ber . Co., Bos ten and Calumet.
Logan &. Bryan, Chisago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
Full Line Of
Hay, Grain and Coal. Mules and Horses for sale
Brophy Carriage Company
LOWELL PHONE 284
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Glass Cafe
Special $1.00 Tabic d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, ManaSe
The Leading Cigar of the Warren District
At All Dealers
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE
IivT lady vlio dusinw to keen up her attractive appearand-, whllo
at Theatre, attending UiTcptionti. w Ucn shopping, while traveling and on
till ocrahloiis Hhonld carry in her purse a lxioWet or Couraud's" Oriental
Beauty Leaves. TUlb Is a'dnjiity little hpoklet of oxnufttjelyMierl.u'rotftl
.jovulerod leaven which are 'easily removed and applied to llto sAin.?, It
w iiivalnalile when thu fap bccotnois nolt anil .flushed and i In far hh
perlor to a powder ptiff a it ifce not spill and soil the clothes.
It removes dirt, noot and'Krca- from the face. imuHrtins a cool tlol ,
Icate bltKim to tlw coinploxlou. Vu. up In While ami Pink aad mt any
vyhpre on receipt ot ten cents in stamps or colli.
37 GREAT JONES ST.
F. T. HOPKINS,
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