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HIE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1G, 1912.
10 FIGHT SEPI 27
Garry these-Gkegues when yoa travel
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Columbian Gove rnment
.Will Be Given Chance
to Punish Murderers
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1C: William
MacMaster the American vice deputy
consul at Cartagena, Columbia, whoso
body was found In a jungle ten mites
irom mat city last Monday was inur-
uored. t American Consul Kemper at
v-ariagona today reported that evi
dence Bo far leathered bears out such
a aarge, AThc 'Columbian cqyern
PWt a1". ha' .. orportuniry to
punish assassins before action Is tak
en by the United States.
WOMAN KILLS RIVAL
XASIIVILLE. Aug. IS: Sirs. Alva
Cave, daughter-in-law of Itev. H. L.
Cave, chaplain of the General Unit
ed Confederate Veterans, was shot
and killed last night by Mrs. J. G.
Jones, aged 24.
Tho later was suing for a divorce
and Mrs. Cave was a widow of 30.
CADILLAC Aug. 13. Ad Wolgast
and Packy McFarland tonight signed
arucies tor a ten round, no d cclsion
fight, before the Medlaon Sminre
Athletic club New York September 27.
Terms provide that Wolgast will get
5iu.iH'o. with a controlling Interest In
the pictures McKarland will get
seventeen and a half per cent of the
receipts and ten percent of the pic
ture money. Wolgast consonted to al
low McFarland to weljs-j in at 135
pounds at 3 o'clock on tho afternoon
of the fight, -
INDIANAPOLIS. Aug. liT: t'nlted
States Senator J. W. Kern has been
.employed as one of tho counsel hv.
me bi delendants In the nation wide
dynamiting case which will ho tried
bere in the federal court beginning
October first. Kern sr.G he -tsitected
the trial would .end uforecongreju
convened In December.
MEXICAN FUGITIVE JAILED
Where Summer Is ideil it the seashore In the mountains or midway .between the two. Literature of the various Hotel 'nd
Resort may be had by writing to the advertisers, cr upon application at the Information Bureau maintained by tins newsier
Velox prints. No. 1 and 2 3c Other
tlze3 to jiost cards, and 4x5 Inches
re Send fo complete price list. The
Western Kodakery, 455 S. Broadway,
Freel 2SOTEL IrlOSSLYH
SUGAR PROBE TO NEW YORK
DENVER. Aug. 13. Testimony in
the government's suit to dissolve the
"sugar trust" was concluded at Den
ver today, and adjournment taken by
tho special examlng board to meet in
Now York September 1C. Attorneys
lor mo government said they had
proved everything they expected to
show in Colorado.
GL01JE, Aug. ID: Manuel Sanchez
wanted ou charge of murder nt Aitnr
oonora, Jlexlco, was arrested at Mi
ami today by deputy sheriffs Swear
lngen and Sears.
ROOSEVELT TO VISIT
BOSTON, Mass., Aug. 15. Massa-
caUKclts progressives are planning for
a rousing welcome to Colonel lloose
velt when he come here next Sat
urday to address a mass meeting at
the' Point of Pines. The meeting
will te attended by leading repre
sentatives or the new party in Maine.
New Hampshlro and other New Eng
land states. An effort probably will
"l'o made to induce Colonel Koo.p.
velt to visit Vermont and Maine,
which states will ho'd their elections
early next month, and the results of
which are regarded as of much Im
portance because of tho effect they
may have upon the general election
JURY AWAITS ON SCHEPPS
NEW YORK, Aug. 15:At the re
quest of District Attorney Whitman
the grand Jury today withheld the fil
ing of pending jndlctrcents ngaln3t
tho murderers of Rosenthal in order
to hear the testimony of-Sam Schepps
now on his way here' from Hot
Powell Street, at Market
San Francisco. Cat.
Six stories of solid comfort: 19 first
class eatlns houses within 1 Mock. Hates
J1.50 to MO) per day; SB rooms: not a
dark room In Jth house, r. I A. W
Turpln. rops. & Mgr. Reinforced Con
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
ttCKOPRAN. 75c 'io SJJIO
AJUUWCAA. tl.1t to S3.00
'LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
1-l'nnPI-jvN. soc lo 2JOO
AMElUCAM,tl.OO to Z3.50
RIGHT ON THE BEACH,
The Parker Apartments will be
opened about July 10th. Two, three
and four room suites with bath. Ev
ery modern convenience. Write for
F. M. Parser. Manager,
Box 1094. Ocean Park, Cal.
IHE PANAHA BILL
A. C. Bllicke, Los Angeles, Cal. Jno. S Mitchell.
Rates: From J1.00 up. Rates, with Private Bath. JI.M up.
T THC A T A TTT'RrtiT.TTrC h ani1 B-- s"-n D'CO. Quiet flrst-class;
1 ln APAKi lVlr.N I i lesam:,- 'urntshed two and three-room
XT.J. mviiULitiaLi housekeepInK apartments, rhone and
bath lr each apartment. Rates rea&onuibie; best service. J. II. Grant; W. L.
X T ' TTillT a rin A TT Slake Tour futuoa a DroQtable one by UMnrtlis
tt.P. U It 3 1 1 itIV. ooll practical mechzrucal course In Southern
Caltfornls. Auu.-noMla ropilnnr. drlrlnr on up-
ac2, ciria euxuircruijr. lurrcimc. iwgra ,uu uowu tciuib ic
Toiltloni lecureil: (ttufactlon cuaranteed. Catalog free.
to-dtto cart; electrical, clril englnrerlntr, urTejlns
roiitiona lecurea: aatuianion cuaranteea. uJ
EMQIKEEEINO, 2110 Wert 7th St.. Lcs A3tles.
Room and board while learning.
KATlunaXi actiuo t)f
Rlche'e of Malay Peninsula.
One of the richest countries in the
world is that part of the Malay
peninsula fcnown as the Federated
-tates. These provinces are still un
der the rule of their naUve chiefs or
sultans, though' (hey are assisted by
a British adviser. The tin mines of
these small states are more valuable
than mostgold mines, for they pro
duce nearly, halt the world's supply- of
tin, and the result is nn overflowing
treasury for -thcstares. v.-e fnM..
of rubber trees are also nrnvw ,-.
You have to broil a beefsteak,,
You have to boil a ham, .
You have to fry a whitefish .-'
And roast a leg of lamb. " gj$t
But when a package of PostToasties .. ""
Is lying on the shelf,, .. .. .'. "i
No fry, no broil, no roast, noboii'
Just go and help yourself. V
Writto Iiy JOJIN N. DOYLE,
care D. M. Perry' and Co., Detroit, Mich
On of the 10 Jingles for whkh the Postum Co. ,
Batrlf Creek, Mich., paid $1.00i.00 in June.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15: It was
scmi-offictally stated today that no
lurther protest would be heard from
England regarding the Panama canal.
If the bill reported by the senate
yesterday finally becomes a law.
The English objecUon was based
on seeming discrimination against
the Ilritish shipping which, however
was never allowed to enter tho Am
crican coast-wise trade. As the bill
reported favors Uo coast-wise-ship-pin
alone. England is left without a
cause of complaint.
A single way to tell whether your
room is properly ventilated is 'to
placo a wide-necked bottle of wsr
Into which you have put half an ounce
of lime water, in the room, letUng.it
remain uncovered over night If lln
(-the morning the lime water is milk
the ventilation ia had. If the lime wa
ter becomes milk on your covering the
bottle month wtfli tout YinnA ittrtA
pintlv-iagiEo'vcss'eJ. t'Ce vonUlatloif Is
nottsurHcicntly good. If the lime xratpr
remains cleartie alr'of that room is
THE "K-T" IRRIGATION SYSTEM
When In Los An
geles this sum
modern plant, and zee miniature Irrigation "JtUn In actual operation. Vinton wal
come at all times. Write for our Brown Book Tree. THE KEIXAK-TUOMASON
WtQ CO., 1222 East 53th St., Los Asceles. Central or Hooper Are. Cars.
DIAMONDS $115 A CARAT
WUERKER'S 229 South Spring Street, Los Angele
Rival of Pittsburgh.
Because of tho constant pall oi
smoke that hangs over it, tho older
portion of Edinburgh is known as
Are Without an Equal for Underground
or Any Kind of Everyday Wear
-a- A he man who knows and admires good work-
tA , ,. ntanship, honest leather and comfort in working
lUZa i "" shoes will be more than pleased with this shoe.
We believe there are more "Elkide" Shoes
worn by miners than any other one kind of shoe.
Why? Because, when waiirst began to handle this
shoe we sold it to the miner with an absolute guar
antee to give him perfecsatisf action under any and
And if through mistake he should get hold of "a
defective pair that should, fail to come up to our re
commendation, to be kind enough to return it for ad
justment satisfactory with him. -
"Elkide" Shoes are carefully inspected before
they Jeave.the factory, but regardless of the inspect
or's search for imperfections, no and "then, wc ga
hold of a faulty pair. The maker and Jiis skilled
workers are just as fallable as you and us, and mis
takes will occur in the largest and best regulated or
ganizations of labor.
These ShoeS are sol d 'with the same guarantee
today that was in force in the beginning, and.wc will
gladly make good any pair that proves deficient.
CCTT T7-Tlrff -IT T . .
r.UMLe' Shoes in
All Sizes For Men
Priced at a Pair
ELKIDE Shoes are made of Elk leather, carefully tanned by the maker's secret process In viscol
oil which make in soft and pliable, but tough and durable.
They have double viscoHzed Elk soles from toe to heel, as hard as rocks and put on to stay, it
makes no difference how long they are Jn water or exposed to a damp surface, they willnot rot or
get sft ami flabby. . r
The tippers can be wet for days and' when dried thoy won't lo- hard and stiff, bHt as soft nntl
jritele a when new. Elkide"' Shoes rosf"no more than, ordinary kinds. We are sure if you'll give
them? a t rial, t you will never Wear any other kind Priced at, a pafr$4-S0.
it-, ' - i
The program for today and tomor
row is up to the usual standard of
excellence, consisting of tho cream of
the licensed produce rg. Pathe's
Weekly No. 26, th6 first on the pro
gram, is the most? interesting num
ber of tho animated weekly that has
been produced so far this season.
Among other interesting events
shown is the unveiling of tho statue
of Columbus in Washington, U. C,
the ball game Net York vs. Chicago,
tho best name of tMs season, tho Elks
Itodeo meet at Klamath. Falls, Ore-1
the latest Paris f.ishions for the lad
ies, and many others which space for
"The Nipper's ljillab Is an absorb
ing story of the reformation of a way
ward husband and father.
"The Foreman's Cousin." is a strong,
invigorating western drama, with Mr.
G. XI. Anderson irf one of his world
famous characterizatibns. Vigorous
In plot and portrayed amidst the mar
vellous scenic beauties of Arizona and
'The Angel and ' the Stranded
Troupe" is the. title' of a genuine
laugh producer. A' ily-by-nlght dra
matic company playing all tho "tank
towns on the map-, finally comes to
grief in Farm City, -where they play
to tiie smallest house of the season,
receiving only four dollars and thirty
cents gross. Harvlng no money to
pay their hotel bill or get out of
town, they are left high and dry at
tne mercy of a hard-hearted landlord
who refuses to serve them any more
meals until tney produce the coin of
tho realm. Tho Tray they got the
money is better seen than heard.
CHICAGO. III., Aug. 15. Chicago
turned back the pages of her history
today and commemoratCd the one
hundredth anniversary of the Fort
Dearborn massacre, from which
event dates the real beginning of
the western metropolis. The cele
bration included a sham naval attack
ion the city, a reception to descend
ants of the pioneers, and exercises
under the joint auspices of the Chi
cago Historical Society, the Society
of tho War of 1.S12; and tho United
States Daughters of 1812.
Fort Dearborn. located near the
mouth of the Chicago river, was
built In 1805 under the superintend
ence of Major John Whistler. At tho
beginning of the second war with
Great Britain, the fort was occupied
by captain Nathan Hcald. with a gar
rison of hi men. I'pon orders from
General Hull It was evacuated on Au
gust 15. 1812. Immediately the " In
dians burned the fort and began a
massacre of the garrison, and the
residents of the Uttlp settlement that
ha'd sprung up near the fort. A to-'
al 6f 39 men, -two women and twelve
children were slain before tho In
dlans were driven. off.
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The Best in Footwear for Men Women and Children
"This Is Your Show."
The late Sir Georpo Whltp. defender
of Ladysmlth, was a sfreng enough
man to take responsibility for failure;
he was a stronff"Wtifth nat," fo, tb
gtvo credit ta hfcr; subordinate for
good work done. Th firgt tiro Knaw
hizc was at Eiaitdshuste. Tke bfettle
was well in progreVk. Jen'erst French
was elaborating one of the most .bril
liant affairs of the oUh African Var.
Late in the affentoon Sir Goorg'e
White and his staff jrvle on th.tlt
tlefield, and had not beer. tbereflvo
minutes before a boli fired from ond
of the Mjrxirc-NJritatfelts which' the
Boers captured front Jamtoson at the
Urne of he rsid Set which ve das.
tlnod by nightfall tb 1 In erur tisnds,
piowed up tne irrottnd within a few
yards of his borae. Almost slrfiaV
taneously French hurried up ar& drew
rein before the cfitef, to surrender
command "No yoa carry, on," said
Sir GoorKo, "Oils is .your show." Loa
don Dally Xews.
TJnclo Ezra "Howdy, Eicn. Jast
back from. California. I sec. Must bo
n 'gfeat place. "They say there Is sun
shlno there the year 'round." Undo
Eben "That is just one of them fake
western yarns. Every day I was there,
along at the cpd of tho afternoon
night' came. Just the same as it does
HOLD STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
. liist evenlngJa stockholders meet-
,1ns or.mo I'liis-sinnuracturing com- i
Iany(-a8 held 'at the offices of thei
iccnrtiany In this city. It Is stated
that tfjp affairsot, the company were
found ?o be in an""cminently'satlsfac
tory condition; .iijd jthat It was' decid
ed to start manufacturing engines slf
an eastern point." probably PhIladcf.-
phur.' JFolIowlrig-the mEcting; the
stockholders .'went to the Bowen and
Hitbbard garage", where they saw an.
engine --in operation. . further de
monstration on fuel wUl bo made to-'y-
:. - (. .. r.'t
IMPORTANT TO ALL.WdMEN
READERS OF THIS PAPER
FJndlng ths Drawned.
Occasionally ou wads that, when
human boo rro taotiht to be in riv
ers and oarnot be fotcd, "a loaf of
bread has tweri std dawn the
atram." TitX wry Uw pople have
the Uttzt latA what connection tfcere
Is btw-a breU knd ths finding of
bodies. When thj river has been
dragjtri without results loaf p'f broad
i's cut''wo, a pilce ohowed out In
themiajis, and a Quantity of cuick-
silveji Inserted- The. two halves at
the loaf ars then fastened -.together
agile, and the bread is thrown -into
the watar in the place whore thebody
is s7ieed to bj. .Without fail tho
loaf floafa along JBtii It reaches tho
Hacitr r Uj b--y, iod ttn revolves
JUlckly. XiTTKtSc -- t vu
Thousands upon thousands of wo
men have kidney or bladder troublo
and never suspect it
Women's complaints of ta, nrove to
be nothing el'so but- kidney,, ttplil)lo( of
tne result ofTctanoy or bladder di
sease. '' ' " '
If the kIdnoy&are not lna-healtliy
condition, the- may cause tho other
organs to ce'eome diseased.
You may -suffer a great deal of
rutin in the back, bearing-down fcel
ings, headache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you- nervous, ir
ritable and may bo despondent; It
makes any on,e so. .j
Hut thousands of irriiabjo, ner
vous, tried and broKen-down women
havo restored - their health and
strength by the use of Swamp-Root,
the great Kidney, Liver and.-Bladder
Swamp-Root brings new life and
apUylty, to.tbo kidnoys, tho cauie ol
such, troubles;- ' ' ' '
Many send for a sample bottle to
ce what Swamp-RBot, tho great Kid
ney, LJvo!atm Bladder Remedy will
do for them. Kvorv raador of this
paper, who has not already' tried K,
may addres Dr. Kilmer and Co, Bing
hamton, X. Y., and receive sample
bottlo free by maiL You can pur
chase the regular fifty-cent and oe
dollar size bottles at all drug stores.
7S.j?JZt "Z cf.....y xsJc"
Jiiii-wiij-iiiy fvj. JyWTm-yr w,: ntft.
r",'" 8'fAta''.tuLg5ow i
SSSJ$3i-' S1XTCEMTM STATC O.NK
IV tot o ryUVjjfi.?'
4 w ma - ;,
.11" '. nnmvrWUrl A
are accepted at face value throughout the World in paymentof tickets,
hotel service and other travel -expenses. Self-identifying. Safer than
money; twice as convenient ""hs best fonn of travelers' funds. We
will be pleased to explain the JSy.s'tcm and supply these cheques. '
The Baiik of :gisbef.
Capital, Surplus: alid Profits ?200,000.t)p ,;
Dosen't Some Small "Voice
Wlljsper , '., ,' I' '
to you, "Save Your Money" 1iave-
a qrowing bavings Account .witn-.
this strong baqk and ; have fcatiy
njoney for any -emergencv.?" . . ".
Many people, are getting 4 per .cent "interest pn
their savings here,.byj having heedeci.'i'the "Small.
Voice" why not yon? : ' ' '. '
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street. 1 Bi3bee, Arizona
Connecting "witB. Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
' CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web- ' " '
ber &. Co., Bos ton and Calumet.
Logan & : Bryan, Chiugb and Ntw
V-rk. , ..." .J
SPECIAL ATTENTION -GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
Now Is The Time To
Buy a Home From
Real Estate ahd Fire Insurance
Phone 10 'k.L.& Mi. Bldg ' 'Maui St.
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1 aasj g$Sa2S3lsigy I
P a I a c eX i v erjy
and Undertakirip; Co YJ
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AUTOMOBILES FORfllR'E JT i
. J" aiV
The; gouflScrn I?aciflc
Of ffeileof vfaYnfalns at NACO,
A Customs Brokerage
gorwatl $& sbroVne 0! hit
care. ' . w
He Pays All Expense
a.'fo1lleetsMrbm;conskn.rt bTT de
ll very' of3 hi (iment 'a 'destination.
Service prompt and efficient
unargj. .rooaei-ate; Y rf
The Line has just been opened to
J.et.n tefl.youometb!na of tht
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAVVfqN, u.-Pfi.
- - -i
THE MAN WITH THE.TROWEL
cannot 6e fooled witli pop? , cerqent.
njonar or piaster. Jio unowa th
'Sff1.. tbatwill -i)roTc.riSthft.-nic
mIns,Vsb;the'. bpau jplgpljarilc
terials.' Jfifct of tnemiwllljivt, once
"speSialtio. Iavo us fljrj-oijr, ppxt
building material order and you'll
prove your good Judgment.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO .RAILROAD CO,
. PASSENGER SERVICE.
7:35 a, a. L,v Cliftcn ar. :03 p. m.
S ii a. m. Lt Oiithrie m 3:30 p. ta.
9:00 x. m. Lt Duncan Lt 2:3S p. a
10:23 a. m. lv LordSDurg i,r 1:33 p a
11:30 a. m. A; lUchlu Lt IS:io p. .
Ur,- "" irnin qpnnecia With
JfBsutaern -Paolfic wcatlbodndlxTkio
I .),' Urivafiut: lordsltfrB- m-sMrti.'
MounuCln Time. 1 '..: ' '
South bound train conpecta with ja
Pastf'ft Sournwestern eat?,xBoun7
train for EI Paso. IeaTlns Hachlti at
U:6 a. m., Mouaiaio- hme, and
with xest bound train for Douglat
and Blsbee, leaving KactltA at h-bj
. m.. Mountain Time.
.. A. T. TnOUSON.
TnJBe Mxir. CUTjj. ArUoii,
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