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THE BISBEE DAILY REV 1EW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, OC TOBER 8. 1912
HAS Ml SUI1S
Many Criminal Cases from
This Section of Ari
zona (o Be Heard
' al Phoenix
INVOLVE TXF'D TITLES
Seventy-two cases from Cocbteo
'county alone are lefore the federal
oh it vhlch co'7riHl in 1'ioonlx yes
terday. This Is a greater number of
! (inses than have ben referred to a
federal grand Jury from one county
.In the history of ho state.
List of Criminal Cases.
The Cochise criminal cases aro
United Str.tts vs. Mason Vireal and
Reern SaraMa. violation of the neu
trality lawn. Henry Miller, uhlte
plavery: D. H. Johnson, fencing pub
lic lands; V 11 Nel, fenrlng public
lands; Miguel Kiese, fencing public
lands; Pete Johnson, fencing public
lands; Jesus Moreno and Krancico
Sanson, smuggling merchandise into
Mexico that was subject to duty;
Jesus Moreno and F Sancisco. con
spiracy to export munitions of war
Violates Neutrality Laws.
Marcellno Vlllareal, recruiting per
sons for foreign st-mee In war
against a friendly ration In violation
of the neutrality laws (He Is a
brother of the woman that conducts
the Hotel Moxlco.), Fraiicirco Yen
zuela and Fellcardo Ilodnquez. con
spiracy to export munitions of war
to Mexico; Anelon De Villa and Je
sus Brangas, counterfeiting; Jose Do
Munitions of War.
United States as. Julio Morcnio,
Estaven Vasquez and Oregorio Gun
xalez, conspiracy to export muni
tions of war to Mexico: Oitemak and
Mahm.e-sbe-knli, two Kirkapoo In
dians, conspiracy to export muni
tions of war to Mexico; Urecn Cat
tie company, cancellation cf fraudu
lent patents to linda; William Tour,
cancellation of f.-auc'ulcnt patents to
Civil case or John W. Harrison vs
ttt Southein I'acillc railroad com
n;iiy, for carnages sustained in a
w.-eck of a train, and thirty-two
ca;cs whicA involve the legality ot
th title to u'iais lands on petitions
to cancel the intents: eight cases for
vl.,ation offie neutrality laws.
Faithful to the End.
Nobody will know how many dis
reputable looking relatives you have
until you die. The disreputable look
ing relative sometimes refrains from
attending the wedding, but he always
comes to the funeral. Philadelphia
TWOMEV TO GET RETURNS
John Twomev. proprietor of the
Capital Saloon, will get the returns,
by innlnp-s, of the worlds champion
ship base ball series Beginning to
day Advertisement 782.
If OFFICERS' TUMI
Not Every Woman
Not every woman realizes
the importance of the corset.
On the corset depends ev
eryrhing. If the corset is
not right in every detail, and
if it does not fit perfectly, the
foundation ul one's gown
cannot he right, and conse
quently ones' appearance
cannot be correct. Therefore
it is necessary to cnoose care- 77
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fully the corset, and would
you have the smartest in cor-
setry, let it be one of the mod
ish models of AMERICAN
LADY CORSETS, corsets
acknowledged the most cor
rect by the best dressed wo
The new models reflecting
the latest fashion dictates,
conform to the line of the
natural figure, producing the
graceful, straight-hipped sil
houette. ' Every correctly
gowned woman should look
supple, and, as it were, un-
corseted. This is difficult,
generally sneaking, but easy
with AMERICAN LADY
Let us show you and fit
you to just the right model
for your individual figure.
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Absence of County Attorney
Delays Trial of Cavalry
men at Douglas
The trial of Lieutenants Kolderness
and Howard, of the Ninth Cavalrv,
Mexican Consul Cuesta, Powell Rob
erts and a Mexican named Diaz, who
surrendered since the Mexico Hotel
affair, which was to have been held
nt Douglas yesterday, was postponed
on account of the absence of County
Attorney W. G Gilmore, who is at
tending superior court at Tombstone,
aud was unablo to go to Douglas, It
it said. Tho postponement was In
definite, no date having been set for
the hearing. It is said that this Is
the only thing that is delaying the
hearing. It is believed, however, tint
the trial will bo got to some day this
The public Is greatly interested 'n
the case, and the proceedings will be
watched with interest. United States
Attorney Morrison, who is looking af
ter tho interests of the two lieuten
ants, has gone to San Francisco to
attend tho circuit court of appeals,
but has deputized counsel to look
after his clients. Sheriff Wheeler
takes issue with Mr Morrison's Iew
of the law In tho case, and this
makes an Issue between the state
and federal authorities, the solution
ot which will be of public interest.
BOWL THEATER IAS
Without doubt the most versatile
picture program eter nhov.n In Uis
bee will be th offering at the Rojal
Theater commencing with toiiaj's
matinee, which consists ot naval dem
onstration?, industrial pictures, na
ture studies, western Indian dramas,
strong dramatic photoplays and up to
date comedy. This program has been
selected with the utmost car and
consideration 'a the endcaor to of
fer a diversified program that will
appeal to the varied tastes of our
many iiatrons. This Is ono of the
many features that distinguish the
"Royal" programs from thos usual
ly 8en In picture houses throughout
One of Best In World.
We don't claim that we hae tho
best show in the world, but we do
claim that wo have one among the
best We get the best pictures to
be obtained Irrespective of cost We
try to get pictures that will please
everybody, men, women and children
of all classes and we usually suc
ceed. Correct effects are never ac
cidental It's no arcident -that
makes our pictures so steady, clear
and free from eye strain. It's sim
ply because we have the best opera
tor to be obtained, and the lates'
and most modern projecUng mu
chines made, ai.d the best picture
screen that money can buy.
Talk Is Supported.
Now this may sound like an essaj
pn the suprtmacy of our theater oer
all ether theaters on earth but it
Isn't that rea)ly. We talk a whole
lot, but we try. always, to back up
pur talk with actual deeds. We set
a splendid standard and have main
tained it Thir is tho 'excuse" our
iiatrons have for liking our show, and
It isn't such a worse "excuse," is it?
D. J Kennedy, of Phoenix, special
agent for tho Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance company. Is in tho
city on business. Ho formerly re
sided here and is pleasantly remem
bered by many friends.
Harold Elliott returned yesterday
afternoon from Tombstone.
Deputy County Attorney Alexander
Murry has returned from attending
superior court at Tombstone.
Eustace Dupen, private secretary
to U. S. Attorney Morrison left yea
terday for Phoonlx to attend federal
Tom Whitehead was in the city
from his ranch yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Owen ieft yes
terday for the Chiricahuas, where
they will spend a two weeks outing.
Postmaster M. E. Cassidy left yes
terday for Phoenix, summoned as a
witness in the Ressolo case.
Hugh Dugan went to Cananea Sun
day, accompanying L. A. Hagy in his
Dr. P. E. Shine H at Phoenix at
tending a meeting of the state medi
Bert Connor has como into Rls
bee from his ranch Iwenty-four miles
out and will remain hero for several
These are the elements to which
we om our success.
Strength: In the conservative, care
ful management of the bank's affalrb
by men of known Integrity and abll-
Rosources: Capital, stockholders'
liability and a reserve fnnd that ia
held for the protection of those who
deposit their money here.
Service: The courteous, prompt and
careful attention of every official or
employee of this institution to your
banking and business needs.
4 per cent on Savings.
THE BANK OF BISBEE.
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The Beer of Qmlity
TAKE" a little tip from father always order
Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer served with your
It is the one beverage that should always
appear on the table.
In purity, nourishment as an aid to digestion,
this incomparable beer will commend itself to
people who exercise good judgment in whatever
they eat or drink.
Bottled only at the brewery In crystal clear bottles,
jhotvlng at a glance that it is clean and pure.
It is the beer for your home.
Phone or write for a case.
W. E. Harrison Co., Inc.
Drwry Culch BUL, Arii.
Waste Not, Want Not,
were never truer than when
spoken of in connection with money-
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.
4 per cent interest will he added.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street . ., sh??' rlJn
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.
MATCH IS HELD
Bisbee Rifle Club Shoot at
Warren Range Sunday
in Spite of Gusty
The fifth annual medal match of
the Bisbee rifle club was held at
the Warren range Sunday but not on
regulation ranges as required by
rules, which may necessitate holdinr
another competition, the scores, bow
eer, were sent in to Washington
and the matter of another competi
tion will bo up to that authority
A verv t'irky and gustj wind made
good scores on the 200 yard range
impossible, and the fact that 13 shot
scoes were fired made a good per
formance impopsible. CI being the
highpst score at this range Mardon
especially having hard luck, but even
at that his CO with a miss was a
most creditable oerformance.
Range to Be Kept Busy.
The range will he open from now
till the end of the season for quali
fication shooting, as the 800 yard
and 1.000 yard targets will be brought
if the scores arc accepted, and tho
rnedal awarded, McMInn will be the
possessor of the medal. Hart wini
first money, Huffman second money
and Mitchell the conpolatlon prize.
The medal winners In previous years
are- 1908, Bassett Watklns; 190U,
M. J. Cunningham; 1910, Fred Hurst;
1911. J. H. Hart.
Scores in Medal Match.
200 300 Tot'l
McMinn CI 63 124
Hart 61 61 122
Hurfman GO CO 120
Cunningham 56 C3 119
Marshall 8 CI 1W
Oaynor 59 CO 119
Ives CO 59 119
Hendy 58 59 117
Mardon 60 61 111
Mitchell 47 C2 109
Ledgerwood 44 53 97
Peterson 45 43 SS
To acknowledge our faults when wo
are blamed in modesty; to discover
them to one's friends. In Ingenuous
ness, Is confidence: but to preach
them to all the world. If one does not
take care, is pride Confucius.
An editor's little boy had picked up
much of his father's professional vo
cabulary. After his father had ex
plained the meaning of the word "he
reditary" he considered the matter
thoughtfully for a moment "I see."
he said; "it's a kind of 'continued in
Alert an'd healthy natures remember
that the sun rose clear. ... No way
of thinking or doing, however ancient,
can be trusted without proof. . . .
What Is th nature of the luxury
which enervates and destroy nations?
Are wo sure that there is none of- It Id
OF GLANDS; NOW WELL
If you are a sufferer from Glandular
Tuberculosis, or know ot anyone so
affllctfd. it might bo well to investi
gate this case, where the writer de
clares after a ear of suffering, he
found permanent relief and full re
covory to htil'h by using Eekmans
Alterathp. a medicine which has been
effective in many cases of Tuberculo
2T Lamston St, Phila . Pa.
"Gentlemen- In March. 19oi i was
taken sick and my doctor pronounced
my case -Tuberculosis n the Glands.
Medical treatment did not help me,
and on my doctor's advice, I went to
a hospital to he operated upon, but
relief was only temporal y I lost
strength and st times would have
cold sweats and fjcr In April
1910, I returned to the hospital, but
the continued operations were not
"In tho meantime, a friend of mine
advised Eckman's Alterative, saying
it was good for Tuberculosis. The
wounds in my neck were still open
and In a frightful condition when I
started to tak it. After using two
bottles, I found I was improving, hav
ing gained weight, could eat and was
able to sleep. I continued using It
until I was well, which was in Novem
ber, 1910. Before I took the medi
cine I had three hemorrhages, since
I have been taking it. I have not haJ
any. On November 11, 1910, I start
ed to work, and since that time I
have not lost one day's work through
sickness. I can highly recommend
Eckman's Alterative to anyone who
is suffering from Tuborculosis or
Gland trouble, providing they take It
as directed. I wil' gladly correspond
with any party desiring further in
formation of what the medicine did
(Sworn affidavit) JOSEPH B. WHITE
Eckman's Alterative !s effective 7n
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever;
Throat nnd Lung Troubles and In
upbuilding the system. Does not
contain poisons, opiates or hab'.t
forminr drugs. For sale by Lowell
Drug Co., In Lowell, and other lead
ing druggists. Ask for booklet tell
ing of recoveries and write to Eck
man Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa,
for additional evidence; Advcrtiso
L. J. OVERLOCK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber & Co, Bo tan and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
Why not buy a house and quit paying rent? Be your
own landlord. We have a nice variety of them at a
bargain, part cash, balance monthly payments; 6
room house on Roberts Ave.; 5 room house on Quar
ry Canvon; 3 room house on Higgins Hill, 6 room
house on Laundry Hill, 4 room house in Tombstone
Canvon, 3 room huse in Jiggerville, 5 room house in
Upper Lowell. For these and others see
HOGAN AND SEED
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
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When the blood becomes infected with aay tmhcaltfty huaor the ef
fect is shown by boils, pimples, and rashes or eruptions on the skin. Ilumors
get into the blood usually because of an inactive condition of tie elimina
tive members. Thus unhealthy matter is left in the system to sour and
ferment and be absorbed into the circulation. .Remove these humors and
no skin trouble can exist, because its very source is then removed. Boils,
rashes, ptmples, etc. can never be cured through
the application of external medicines, because such
treatment can have no possible effect on the blood;
the most to be obtained from such measures is tem
porary relief. S. S. S. CURES all skin affections
because it purifies the blood. It goes down into
the circulation and cleanses it of every particle of
unhealthy matter. Then the blood exercises its
normal function of supplying- nourishment to the cu
ticle instead of irritating it with a fiery humor. Ii
you have any skin trouble you could not do tetter
thad purify rour blood with S. S. S. It docs not "patch up" it cures.
Book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, GA.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowrn & Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Bisbee 23 Lowet 7
HENDERSON I.UM CO AD
Are made of good materials, good
lnmhcr roofing, etc. Is required lit
If you nr? contemplating building
a home you should erercipc good
Judgment in selecting the materials
to he used In its construction.
If you bur of us you will get tho
best and at prices no higher than In
ferior materials irc snll at elso-where.
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
ForwaM your shlomenH In hli
He Pays All Expense
and collects from consigns on de
livery of shipment at destination
service prmpt and efficient
The Line has Just been opened to
Let us tell you something of ths'
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAWTON, u. F. 4 P. A.
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Douglas Uldg..
Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale or Exchange
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SEND HE YOUR INQUIRIES
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD 00.
7:35 a. m. J-v Cllftcn ar. :0S p. m,
8 8 a. m. Lv Guthrie iyr 3:30 p. m.
9:00 a. m. 1 Duncan L.t 2:3S p. nt
10:23 a. m. Lr Lordanure i,v i:33 p. a
11:30 a. m. Ar Hachlta Li isao p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern I'acillc -wst bound train
No. l, leaving Lordsburg 10:67 a, m
South bound train connects -with El
Paso & Southwestern east boun
train for El Faso. leatlnc Hachit at
11:53 a. m.. Mountain lime, and
with est bound train for Douglas
and Bisbee. leaving HaeLlta at 11:61
a. n.. Mountain Time.
A. T. TIIOU30N,
T"rm Vtnar"- Pllrio.1 Artmn
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNE8SY, Prop.
Phone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant
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