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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912
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Chairman Democratic Coun
ty Committee Comes to
Bisbee to Confer with
:t- M. C. Hankins. chairman of the dun
Socratlc. county central committee,
.Tcame to Bisbee yesterday morning
Arom nis nomc in Douglas and spent
Ttho day conferring with committee-
linen and prominent democrats of the
Vtt'arren district on matters concrn'-ns
campaign work. This -was the first
, visit of Mr. Hanlilns to this district
since his election as commi,o r,ha:r.
man and he received the congra'tulv
'tlons of UIs democratic frifnds hero.
Mr. Hankins blushingl- explained
Iwhy It was not iossoblo for him to
attend either the county committee
, meeting here last week, or the state
committee meeting in Phoenix last
'Monday. The reason was the arrival
at the Hankins home of a line baby
; "I am now devoting much time and
urging every m'omber of the commit
tee to extra exertion in the matter of
'getting the names of 'the voters on the
great register of the county before the
registration period expires, which will
be at midnight of October loth," said
Continuing he said: "Democrats
4 whose names do not appear on the
great register win ce 01 no ienem
to our party on election day and I
hopo that everyone wUl bestir them
selves In the work of gettins the vo
ters "registered. According to reports
reaching me from the county there are
ye,t many voters who have not placed
ttieir names on the great register.
Chairman Hankins stated that he is
now in communication with Hon
Reese M. Ling, national committee
man and had been assured by him that
pr6minen,t democratic speakers will be
lnjCochise county to address the pea
pie during the present montn, tnougn
asjyet he has not been able to secure
data on the name of speakers. -Mr.
Hankins says the war excite
ment In 'Douglas is now subsiding,
though tile city Is lively and a great
deal of building going on.
i Friendship Suffers Much.
Whoever looks for a friend without
imperfections will nover find -what ho
seeks. We lovo ourselves with all our
faults, and we ought to love our
friends in like manner.
Automobile painting. Lowell Paint
shop. Mason Dldg. Advertisement.
rasiH 81 I I in
rloooxr n;prrnat3 Most men find what they are looking- for
Oldt.y WVCH-UdLO fnone: of these three styles. If you don't,
Ve have others. The Mansfield, on the left is a conservative model, stylish
and refined. The Stanley, in the center is a shapely back coat rather close
'fitting at the waist and will be widely worn. The belted-back coat, the
Franklin, combines positive style with refined lines in a way that make it
one of the most strikingly stylish coats of the year.
Adler's Collegian Clothes
are our choice because they offer superior values which will give our
customers greater satisfaction than any other clothes. All the new styles,
fabrics and shades, plain and fancy, are here in suits and overcoats from
$15 to $35. Call and see them.
tH I I I I I I II II
WEARS 40 POUNDS
OF COLD IN COIVN
Kitty Cc-dcn and her 12,000 gown.
What woman would hesitate to
wear forty pounds of dress every
night If It was made of spun gold
and cost JJ.CODI
"Not L" declares Kitty Gordon, ac
tress, who Is now appearing In Tna
Enchantress." She Is required to
wear each a. dress st every perform
ance. "She enjoys It. however, arid
says tho glittering golden garment
Isn't a bit heavy, or l It Is sbs
doesn't mind It.
J. S. WILLIAMS, JR.,
TO BUD A HUE
Buys Lots in Douglas and
Will Remove His
J. S. Williams, jr manager of the
Moctezuma Copper company al Nnco
zari, Sonora, yesterday purchased four
lots in the city of Douglas and an
nounced that he wouid build a resi
dency In that city. The lots are on
Tenth street In what Is known as the
Clawson addition, a very desirable lo
cation. Mr. Williams has been a resident of
Nacozari fora.number of years where
he was-associSte manager of the Cop
per compajiy until he wa3 .promoted
to tne position of managtr when J. S.
Douglas -etircd from that position.
tijl'nnSjl 'i ii MHM S'I'i n IBA ' 'TiiuK
rV-K" T yVy
"BLACK RAND" IS
AIRED IN COURT
Italian Claims He was Called
Ominous Name. Trouble
Arose Over Unpaid
"Black Hand" was the ominous
word spoken in -fudge Morris High's
court yesterday afternoon at i o'clock
during the trial of a case of disturb
ing the, peace, in which Vhe princi
pals were uarK-SKinnea, exciiaoic
Jim Sasso was the defendant. lie
was charged .with disturbing the
lec.ce of Felix Marrtotte and applying,
abusive epithets to the latter, who
was the complaining witness. Sas
so made a dramatic denial, empha
sized with wild gesticulations. Ha
made the counter charge that Mar
riotte had called him a "Black
Hand," and demanded in court that
Marrtotte retract It.
Denies He Is Black Hand
"I am a hard-working man, and not
a Dlack Hand or a thief," said Sasso.
He demanded that the court call on
the complaining witness for an ex
planation of the charse. MarrlottQ
said that the only time tie' used the
word was when he told Sasso "that
If he (Sasso) were a Dlack Hand he
would kill me at night." meaning that
Marriotte wes .at least safe from
Sasso during daylight.
Sasso said that be asked Marriotte
for permission to "speak with hlin.
like a gentleman, -and that It was
then that the. Implied, charge that
Sasso wasva Black Hand was made.
Charges He Was Abused
Marriotte charged that Sasso
heaped abuse on his head, calling him
all manner of Insulting names in the
The original trouble. Sasso admit
ted, was over a board bill owed to
Marlotte by Sasso. The latter ad
mitted the bill, and the court charged
Sasso with refusing to pay It because
It was outlawed.
The court's decision in the case
will be given this afternoon at three
Grandma ''So you have even ar
ranged your wedding anniversaries?
Isn't that lovely!" The Bride "Yes.
Silver the first year, gold the third,
diamonds tLj fifth, and radium tho
tenth. If It should possibly happen
that we aren't divorced by that time."
Carriage and wagon painting. Lo
well paint shop. Mason BIdg. Adver
II I III 1 1 1
III I I I I
1 The only Baking Powdermade
OR. TEAGUE DIES
Local Fencing Iub Gives
Exhibition. Hotel Guest
CAKANEA, Son., Mox.. Oct 4. P.
L. Teague, aeed-a'-out, flf,ty-B-fc, years,
died at the, cwnpany hospital on Sun
day afternoa . after a short llln-"sa
with heart' trouble. Tho body
have I een taken to Los Angeles, Cal.,
for intcment.- One son, Barney
Teague, lived1 in Cananea, while tbe
remainder of the family makes their
home In Los Arts-ilcs Rarney Teasruc
accompanied .the body i of his fath
cr to tue coHst.
Mr ?eagrie";ltosi:ln Cannnea for a
numlor of years an-1 left a l?i-e nuia
ber of ficndsIicTi.Miri! his. loss.
t . .;&
TIw ioeal fenclsi; eluh gsve an ex
hibition and reception to friends of
the members on last Sunday morn
ing. The affair was attendid by a
large number who witnessed some
good exhibitions with rhe foils. Re
freshments were served the guests.
The class is rapidly growing In mem
bershp, and the tutor. Prof. M. Li
nares, is an adept with the foils.
A guesl at 'Um? Hotel Alexandria
loS- $35 roceritly when a sneak thief
visited his room while he was sleep
ing. The intruder managed to escape
and Is still at large.
Fisher & Edmondson have recov
ered their horses which were stolen
about a month, or six weeks ago, the
animals havins been located in Iler-
raoslllo. The 'liverymen rented the
animals to two Americans who said
they weto going out to the major
Domo mine, but they nover went
there and rer,e never seen again.
Tbcy rode the horses to Hermoslllo
where they sold them.
Mrs. Itabv Sinclair will give a re
ception In honor cf Mrs. C. II. Cole
on Saturday afternoon.
Rev. W. L. Summers has V-een
transferred from Cananea to Mesa,
Ariz, and has gons to that town.
The new mlnUter for Cananea has
not yet been appointed.
A mule. andsaddlr belonnlnsr to
E. M. Hosiers, employed at the pump
ing plant at Ojo de Agna. was stolen
from In front of the Bank Exchange
restaurant last evening which je w
eating dinner. No trace of'the"anlmal
has been found.
Mrs. G. II. FUzgerald of . Chjvatora
left on Wednesday for New York City
and other eastern points, where she
will visit for arew months. ,,
Mrs. Frank Hfllman is seriously HI
with typhod fever.
O. Schwob wos -a business visitor
at Bisfcoe tMs,week.
Dr. T. P. Utriinw of the hospJtRlj
fsfaff has gone'lo Chicago, wh'e're" he
will spns his-.vacation.
T)an MoAlllster has rctnmd from
his vacation, spent In St. Loa!, M".
E. K. Ceeena of tho post ofBon
force has gone jo Chioflgo. where he
will snend his vacation of two
Major Santa Fe has gone to Torln,
Son., where he will superintend the
erection of tho new mlllury hospital
at hat nolnt- which! is the military
hfistalat :Wtdiet, which is the!
military headqnarterii for Sonora, Ma- j
lor Santa Vo in at tho head ofj.. j-he I
ensdnccrlng department. The hospital !
will hi nmri1pli1 In filiout sir Or I
will be completed in about six
MUs Nora rMffln is vJslUng
fronds at Blsbceand Naco. -
Jpse M. Kojo and Miss Ssperania R.
Padilla ar to be married on Sunday
morning at the Catholic church.
WIFE SENDS URGENT
Woman at Wallace, Idaho,
Declares She Must Have
Money. Man Not Found
Like a cry of distress joining o'H
of the night, a message fi Jm a womaj,
at Wallace, Idaho, who is waltin.
for word from her hu9baid, who shi
bellevos is in Rtsbee, fell into th
hands of the police yesterday anu
they are now looking for the man
Tho message was brief, almost l;i
conic." "Seed money ; can't sta
here longer, nuswer."
Cannot Find Man.
Tbe message was directed Chris
Dyfcfest, care of the Copper Queet
reading room, ' BUbee, and wa
signed 1 1.1 ma Dybfest, but It was
not called for and a search for the
manjby offlcen has so far failed to
locate him. Thtro wore only seven
words In the message but It re
flected the spirit of a brave woman,
who to read through the words has
fought the wolf at the door as Ion
as she could but cannot hold the
earthside any longer without money.
-Answer" is the booraum plea that
comes over the wire.
The spirit of bravery that shone
through the briefly-worded messag
was not lost on the officers, who are
seeking Information of Dybfest
through every available avenue.
In the meantime a bra- . komai.
is holding the fort against (loerty.
awaiting the "answer."
200 REBELS ROUTED
EAGLE PASS. Oct. 4 Goemor
Garranza, of the state of Codhuila, is
authority for the statement thai LOO
rebels were routed yesterday, near
Santa Elena, by federals, who cai
tured seventy horses and all equip
ment. Further reports of the battle
of San Bias Wednesday say 1S." reb
els and 35 federals were killed, an.1
eighteen federals were wounded.
FIGHTING RESUMED AT MUSQJJIZ
LAREDO, Oct. 4. A statement
aaado by the.. rebels claims they asd
the federals resumed ftgktlng at Xe
miie, state of Ceahuila, late ' te4ay.
This Is all tbe federal operator there
could get in before his wire was cut.
No telegraph bosiaess is being c
.cefttod for poipts in Chihuahua, be
cause of the demoralized, wire con
FEDERALS CAPTURE MASAYA
PANAMA. Oct. 4. A dispatch t-
day from Cuadra, Nicaraguaa alni-
ter of finance, states the govenuaeat
forces have captured the town of
Mayssya is the oapUI o tb XI
caraguan province of Maysay. oa
tho' railmad .oniithexst of UinMim.
hag been held by the rethi
fof some time.
REBEL ARMY CAPTURED
WASHINGTON. Oct 4. Tbe en
tire army at Jlnetepa. near Manaaua.
was captured by federals yesterday
with all equipment, arms and artil
lery, after four hoHrs of battle.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications. & Umtc cannot
reach the diseased portion of tttt ear.
There U only one way to cure oVafacu,
aad tbat is by conaututlon ll r. mediae.
Daafatu Is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of th robjou3 lialns of t!ie Eusta
chian Tube. Whn this tobe is iMtamcd
you hafo & rmibllnsr louinl or imperfect
hnrtns. and when it la entirely closed.
Deafoesa Is the result, and unless th 1
naromatlon can be taVfn out and this
tube restored to Its T?rmal condition,
hcarlas will bo destroyed forever: nine
caeei out ot ten are catwed hy Catarrh,
which u ndthlntr but an lnfVusel ondl-
uan si tna tnueous Rurtacea.
r. J. enrszr. a 00 . Toiceo. otJo.
it's the saving, NOT wasting of money that in
sures vou against want when old
In order not to waste yours, save and deposit
with this bank steadily. .. ,
a npr rp.nt interest will be added.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street. ;..
Will E. McKct-president.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber & Co., Bos.ten and Calumet.
' i. Loaan &. Bryan, Chicago and Ne
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
For Rent or Sale
Fire - Insuranc
Phone 10 K. L, &
GOFFER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Speaal $1.00 Table d'Hofc
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily
- and Undertaking Co.
Dowfn & Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
THE LUMBER FOR
of a bulldias .should be most care
fully selected. If it Is not thorough
ly sea&oaed and sound there Is
bound to be trouble. And It will be
real trouble too. You can insure your
self against it by getting your lum
ber here. The best builders do so.
SEES!0" Lumber Go,
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
211 Douplas UldS-,
Los Angeles. Cal if
HOMES ACRCS r RANCHES
For Sale or Exchange
CALIFORNIA -- ARIZONA
SBND ME YOril INtJClUIES
ij ei is eg aSyg
Waste Not, Want Not,
were never truer than . when
spoken of in connection with mon
C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
For Quick Results
M. Bldg. MainSt.
Dinner frpm 5;30 to.48 p..ra.;
HfcflKi rurrxn, manage
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your sh!omenxs In his
He Pays All Expense
nd collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
The Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of thi
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAYTON, . F. i P. A.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO,
7:35 a. m. Lt Cllftcn' ar. :03 p. m,
S...O a. m. Lr Guthrie lt 2:30 p. m.
9:00 a. xa. Lv Duncan Lr 2:38 p. a
10:23 a. zn. lt Lo.-d3Durc Lv 1:33 p. ta
11:39 a. m. Ar Hachlta I.i 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a, ta
South bound train connects with El
Paso Southwestern cast boun
train for EI Paso. leailn? Hachlta at
11:59 a. m.. Mountain rime, asd
with -vest botmd train for Douglas
and Bisbee, leaving Kaehlta at 11:69
a. m Mountain Time.
A. T. TIIOUSON,
Traltlr unirc fJirm trii
O. K. LIVERY and
UOBERT HENNESSY. rrop.
Pnone 15. Op. Depot Ambulance