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: THE RISREE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1912
Insurrecto Leader Cross
Over International Line
and Seem to Have
$ No Fear of Arrest
DOUGLAS, Ariz.. Ort. : -Ts
is staed today that Rutt '
; Cainpa is tn Douglas and lias bee:.
for the past four days. It is also
reported that Escabosa and Lscon
don, prominent rebel leaders and
V commanders, have been visitors
&niong friends In Plrtlevllle numer
ous tlme3, and returned across the
border without being apprehended.
And It is known that Rojas, when
ho. was camped near the northern
border recently, made several t-ips
ijto: Douglas In the night.
Would Cause Fearful Destruction.
At tho corner of Niuth street and
P avenue, in a branch livery "sta
bio owned by Reay & Johnson,
there are stored today 100 cases of
30-30 high-power cartridges, and
last week there were -240 rifles
stored at the same place. There
may also be other explosives there,
I nothing is known to the contrary.
These munitions fceiong to the fed
eral army and are under the care
of Consul Cucsta. There is enough
powder in that barn to blow up a
whole block of property and kill
"every man, woman and child in. the
block. The building Is located dl
rectly on the street, and It has not
been generally known that this am-
munition was in it. It could be ex
ploded in many ways by accident
and cause great damage.
Rebel Agents Might Explode It.
The greatest danger of explosion
'is from rebel agents, by premedi
tation. They would have two ob
jects in view, keeping it out of the
hands of the federals and teaching
Uncle Sam a lesson for permitting
the federals to make United States
territory a storage ground for war
munitions with which to Tight them.
Leaders Know It.
I The rebel leaders who have vislt
ed Douglas have no doubt done so
!for the purpose of becoming better
acquainted with the movements of
the United States soldiers, the plans
of the federal authorities on ' this
side, and making arrangements for
the smuggling of arms and ammu
nition across the border. And they
must know of the storage of am
munition In this barn. It is a pre
'carious situation from the viewpoint
,'of a citizen of the United States
,who owns property and lives in this
HANDSOME SUIT OF
DARK BROWN CHEVIOT
'mwl will '''
Here 'a a handsome suit of dark
brown cheviot, the noel shaped
collar and rovers are edced tilth
folds of brown batln. Similar folds
fln'sh cuffs. The coat Is fastened
tilth self-covered buttons set on in
groups of to. The lower part of
both the coat and shirt Is cut with
extensions at the sides which Up
over the Inset aide panels. Thi-mj
are trimmed with self-cot end but
tons In groups of three.
OSS AND THE MAN"
PROVES STRONG PLAY
"The Bos and he MRn" proved to
he one of the strongest bills that bas
been put oa the boards bv the Chap-man-Meade
company since it s'ar'ed
Hs potwter run at the Orpheum and
that te saying a deal for they have
put on se-mo strong ones. Bert Ilad
ley In the role or the boss was ex
ceptionally strong and the role of
the Mrn, which shares equally In in
terest with that of the Boss, was
given to competent hands when Will
Chapman was selected for its por
trayal. WH1 Dale, a the Irish ward
hteier, was "rich," as was bis brogue
and Kd Lewis gave a clevor charac
terization of "Mayor Hoffman." Tom
Foreman, as ho "Globe reporter"
made a 'scoop" with the part. IUbS
Mcllush and M'ss Meade ably hand-
city, especially to citizens who live irftag $Zrg&
II OF $409
Louis Anderson Files Com
plaint in Justice Court
Declaring' He Had
NO SECURITY GIVEN
Louis Anderson is $400 loser and
wUer in the same amount by reason
of his BHceptlbllity, according to a
complaint filed by him In Justice court
yesterday, alleging that he had been
deceived and dofrauded of that
amount by ono Mrs. Dora Herrlck.
who. it Is said, left town on the first
train yesterday morning for parts
The complaint charges Mrs. Her
rick with wilfully, knowingly, fraudu
lently and feloniously obtaining $100
from Anderson on false representa
tions. The complaint named "Mrs.
Jane Doe Herrlck," but it was later
learned that the person referred to
was Mrs. Dora Herrlck, whoso hus
band Is said to be still here.
;. Description Is Supplied
Anderson supplied the officers with
an accurate description of tho woman
changed villi the offense, and this
was'tolophoned to overy point in tho
county, and it is believed that she
will be apprehended, though the com
plaint was not sworn to in Justice
court until late yesterday afternoon.
Anderson's story was that ho
loaned the woman $00 in cash on
her representation that she desired
to purchase an Interest in the Sun
set rooming house. There was no
security given, according to Anderson
and no papers were signed. The loan
was made on the verbal promise of
the woman, says Anderson, that she
would repay It with six per cent in
terest "as soon as she made It" from
the rooming house business.
"Did she glte you any security for
the loanr Andeison was asked when
he appeared in court to make com
"Not a hair," he replied.
It Is said that after the agreement
was entered Into and the money
turned over to the woman, that they
sealed the pact by attending the thea
ter, and the last Anderson saw of
his client was when they parted com
pany after the theater. Yesterday
morning It appears that Anderson be
came suspicious and started to look
fo- Mrs. Herrlck, and found, as he
told officials, that she had left tho
'near the Reay & Johnson barn
The location of Itojas and Salazar,
and In fact all tho other leaders
.and their bands are a mystery.
There is absolute quietude so far as
they are concerned in Sonora. The
.Southern Pacific railroad com; iny
and the Four C's company hare
been unable to locate them with
, scouts and the lazy Sanjincs has
not tried to ascertain their where
abouts. It Is thought, however, by
jthose best posted, that they have
not left Sonora at all, but are not hid
In the mountains north of Cananea
where the rebels were known to have
what they call a "stronghold,"
waiting for the excitement resulting
from their recent raids to die down.
but are believed to be in Cajon j mischief.
drama was ably done.
Automobile painting. Lowell Paint
shop. Mason Bldg. Advertisement.
Bonita, when they will have run short
of provisions and be ready to re
The border patrol in this section
has been increased, owing to tho
loss of many horses which are
thought to have been stolen by the
rebels in the night, and from the
fact that many Mexicans of suspi
cious character are constantly cross
ing this side on every possible pre
text, it being thought many of them
are smugglers or bound on other
Even in its early stages Catarrh is a most distressing complaint,
tnown by its symptoms of stuffy teeling in the head and nose, roaring in
the ears, tnnens in tho throat, difficult breathing', etc. When tie blood be
comes thoroughly polluted with catarrhal matter the inflammation extends
to the bronchial tabes, causing hoarseness and olten an aggravating cough,
the stomach is affected, resulting in dyspepsia, loss of appetite, and grad
ually all the mucous membranes of tne body becoms
diseased. Catarrh is a deep-seated blood disease
and must be treated constitutionally; it is beyond
the reach of local treatment. Only temporary relief
can ever be had from the use of sprays, washes, etc
S. S. S. cures Catarrh by cleansing the blood of all
impure catarrhal mattci and at the same time build
ingnpthe entire system. Itjjoes down into the
circulation and removes all impurities. Then a3
pure, nourishing blood circulates through the body,
the inflamed membranes heal, all discharges cease
and every symptom of Catarrh passes a-way. Don't neglect Catarrh; cure
it with S. S. 3. as thousands have done. Book on Catarrh and any medical
advice free. THE SVLFT SPECIFIC C09 ATLANTA, GA.
LOS ANGELAS BISBEE
S. J nikenbarrv, formerly in
charge of the West Lake postal sta
tion a Los Angolos, arrived In Bis
bee yesterday anH nhsumed the du
ties of assistant postmaster at the
Blsreo office, to which position ho
was transferred when M J Hagan
was transferred to the special deliv
ery department of the Los Angel's
"I was agreeably surprised when
I reached Blsbec," said Mr. Elkcnbar-
ry. "I will ray frankly that what my
friends told rap of Bisbee was not
calculated to give me a favorable im
pression but they must have spoken
from hearsay for I am finding it a
delightful placo and believe that I
shall thoroughly llko It. It is a most
Mr. Elkerliarry's family Is at El
gin, Ariz., where they havo been
spending the summer but they will
join the head of the family here soon.
Knowledge Through Zeal.
Through zeal knowledge Is gotten,
through lack of zeal knowledge is lost;
let a man who knows this double path
of gain and loss thus place himself
that knowledge may gicw. Euddha.
Cautious and Capable.
Our idea of a cautious and capablo
business man is one who insures his
bushel before he hides his light under
it. Galveston News.
Thought for Women.
When New York State forbade the
sale of egret plumes the dealers in
this horrible product went to Jersey.
When Jersey Joined New York they
went to Philadelphia, where they are
now carrying on a mall order business
with women who think themselves
beautiful by carrying on their- heads
a souvenir of a mother bird killed
and her fledglings left to starve.
Insurance . Loans.
Itil F.stnte Bargains In homes on
FOU'SALE "Modern five room bunga
low with all modern conveniences
In good location, almost new, at n
bargain price.' Part cash and bal
ance small,, monthly payracns.
FOR SALE Three room house In
Johnson Mdltloji, small payment
and balance small monthly pay
ments. Price.1 $60.
FOB SALE A bargain. Good four
room house with bath, cellar and
modern conveniences, large lot
40xS0 fenced, chicken house and
yard, young trcs and vinos, will
sell for $90. $325 cash and bal
ance at $t".50 per month.
T. A. HUGES. Manager.
Bank of nisbee Bldg. Phono 190
Only Give Him a Chance.
Father "You seem to have no idea
of the value of money." Son "Xoidea.
Why, dad, I can mention a hundred dif
ferent ways of spending money you
never dreamed of." Boston Transcript.
TATtm 3ff yu ask fr beer do not take a sub
V V VYt stitttte. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) iDelivered to you at $3.50 per case,
If your grocer does not have it, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
SHEEP OR CATTLE
If you have, list them with us.
Send full particulars concerning
what you hp.ve. Wo have had
40 YEARS EXPERIENCE
In the stock DuM'ij8 raisins,
selling, buying, etc Our business
U F'ttlng a b-iyer for your stock.
SNIVELY & PIERCE
1 W Adams St.
10 AMERICANS ARE.
HELD UP BY flEBELS
Insurrectos Rob Mining Men
of Their Valuables at
Point of Revolvers
(Special to the Dally Review)
CANANEA, Mex, Oct. 2. Two
Americans, R. -P. Saffold, a mining
engineer located In Cananea. and Al
Neillc, an employe at tho corral of
the Cananea Consolidated Copper
company, were held up by rebels yes
terday. Saffold,. was held up twice,
once at the Cultaca ranch and the
second time at the Pres.ena mine. The
first time, two men covered him with
revolvers while he was eating lunch
at the ranch, and the second time,
three men took his saddle from him,
giving him an old one in exchange
Neville was arounscd from his sleep
at the Presena camp by two men, two
having covered him with their guns,
and he was robbed of everything he
possessed, including his watch,
money, horse and saddle, and even
The men who held up the Ameri
cans are supposed to have been a
part of the command of Jose Torres,
who were said to be camping In the
mountains to the south of Cultaca.
where, it is said, they were awaiting
the arrival of the command of Ro
jas. consisting of 200 men.
Last night Rojas and his command
are reported to have passed by tho
Cultaca ranch, whlch Is 18 miles west
of Cananea, and were headed for the
Sierra Azul mountains.
Tho rebels are reported to have
said to some Mexican employes at
the Presena that they were going to
kill the Americans, as that would
make two less.
Francisco Florcs, of Cananea, was
also held up by the rebels at the
camp and relieved of all he possessed.
A seven-year-old boy of Rennes,
France, Is the latest musical prodigy
to burst upon the world. He Is an
admirable, even a brilliant, pianist, but
bas genius for composition, and so
natas, symphonies, piano pieces of all
kinds flow from his pen. It Is said
to be pretty good stuff, too. A num
ber of the great composers have be
gun to invent melodies before the age
A most remarkable surgical case
Is the almost complete recovery of
Mrs. Mary Marians of Orange, N. J,
whose back was broken more than
two months ago in a fall down a
flight of stairs. The unusual opera
tion was performed of reinforcing the
fractured vertebrae with fine wire.
An olive oil bath Is an excellent
thing for a palm or fern. Pour two
tablespoonfuls of olive oil at the root
of your plant about once a month.
You will immediately noto the differ
ence In the plant. It becomes a
healthy green and the leaves fairly
sparkle In the light If your plant la
small, you will not need so much olL
The engagement ring Jack gav
me Is a beauty," remarked EthcL
Yee," replied Maud. "I know it Is."
Diamond In Quebec.
Diamonds have been found in TJn
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