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ThE BISftEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, .THURSDAY MORNING, 0 CTOBER 10, 1912
10 BE FEATURE
Italians of Bisbee Will Celc
j bratc Day Set Apart in
I Honor of Christopher
j. t Columbus
AY TO BEJIQNORED
The ceremony of baptizing the
fits" will be a feature of the celebra
tion or Columbus Day by the Italian
American Society of Bisbee, The
baptism'' will be somewhat a?urative,
as tholr Is no RTtunl baptism out tUc
flags of Italy 'and the United Siates,
WKHHthed together, will be drunk to
by tho" Italians.
The. celebration will be accompan
ied by unusual enthusiasm 'and pat
riotic feeling because of the fact that
Italy is Aging a war against Turkey,
in which Italian Americans sire their
enthusiastic moral support to their na
Public Schools not to Clcss
-October 42, 1482, was the, date of
the discovery of America by Colum
bus, and by enactment of the Arizona
Btate legislature, October IS fo icado
a legal holiday, and is called "Colum
bus Day." Public schools irill not
close on the holiday, however.
'The Bisbee Italian-American So
clety comprising the best class of
Italians In the district, will celebrate
th6 anniversary of the discoverv of
America -by Columbus with a ilancu
to o held on the evening of Octeber
12 at Pythian Castle. The memory
of . their countryman who discovered
America is greatly revered by Ital
ians, and the observance will be a
manifestation of patriotic national
' Knights of Columbus to Celebrate
Several celebrations by lodges pf
Knights of Columbus by lodges
throughout the state arc being
planneti, though the local lodge has
rand no announcement of plans for
formal public observance of the
Governor G W. P. Hunt will be
one of the speakers at the Knights
or Columbus celebration at Phoe
nix, -which will be a somewhat form
al and poalar observance. At the
Flagstaff observance. United States
Attorney J. E. Morrison, or Bisbee,
and George Purdy Uullard, state at
LABOR LEADERS FICHT TO SAVE SELVES "
ANDlA GREAT UNION AT INDIANAPOLIS
R. H. Houlihan apJ William K. Benson.
The fato'bf a great labor union, as
well as of fifty other labor leaders
Vho are cuYrge&3uitb a conspiracy to
fight their battles with dynamite and
nitro-glycerine. is to be decided at In
dianapolis during the next few weeks
If the government succeeds, it is hard
ly likely that the great ironworkeis
union will continue, as practically all
if its officers for he- last ten 'years
are on the list or defendants.
Among the prominent labor lcadoi-i
now on trial are William K. Denton,
of Detroit, president of the Detroit
federation of labor, and It. II. Houli
han, of Chicago, financial secretary of
of the Chicago iron workers' local.
They are shown in tho accompanying
torney general, will speak, and at
Prescott, Paul Geary, chairman of the
state corporation commission, will be
the chief speaker. It will thus be
seen that th&jhollday will be generally
observed throughout the state.
It was only since the day was con
stituted a Tioliday by tho first stale
legislature that Columbus Day has
been in the list of legal holidays.
Banks, postofflces and other public In
stitutions throughout the state will
be closed in observance of the holi
day. While the celebrations at Phoenix,
Prescott and Flagstaff will be under
the auspices of the Knights of Co
lumbus, the Bisbee Italians' observ
ance will be national rather than Ira
ECPASO; is arrested
Rebel Chief Crosses to Tex
as Citv and Wife Goes
KU TASO, Oct .fc-Colpfaxaro
Alanls, one of the chief leaders of.
the rebels in Mexico, has laid down
his arms and has come to the
t'nlted States to got away from the
revolution. His wife, Senora Alan
is. who foucht side by sldo with her
husband during tho Orozco rebtlllon,;
has left the field also and is now
In El Paro.
Alan's had only been in this city
a short timo when ho was placed un
dei oTrest ! State Kanger Charls
Mdore. who swore out a warrant
charging him wi.th being a fugitive
from Justice. The ' warrant was
served on Alanls at his stopping
place on First streeb Monday even
ing. He mis immediately taken to
jail, where he is now being held.
It is said that extradition charges
may b filed ngalnat Alanls by the
Mexican government." If this is done,
the local chargn will be preferred
against him first.
Senora Alanls ruleVl Juarez for a
day after the rebels had evacuated
the town, -vhen Pascual Orozco re
sumed the field "With his forces. She,
with a band cf artned men, rode in
to the city, which, was awaiting the
coming of the federals, disarmed tho
temporary government's police and
rode about the town with her faith
ful soldiers without being molested.
She was not arrested by the
American o'llcers and Tuesday morn
ing called at the federal build. ng for
a permit to see her 'husband in Jail
Foreseeing All Trouble.
Mr. Knutt "My dac I'm drunk.
It's a pity you ever married me. ' I'm
sorry for the poor children hla Now,
for the Lord's sake, -'let mo come to
bed quietly." Tattler.
THE HEFFERN MINING
Albert Dahlburg at the Victoria Ho
tel on Brewery Gulch, is authorized
to receive and receipt for the one
per cent assessment called for on the
Heffern Mining . ,and DQveiopmeni
stock. Call between 3 and 6 p. m.
This assessment ma; also be. paid to
Albert Heffern. P. O. Box 392. Doug-
J.las, Arizona. Advertisement. 514.
JURY SAID TO HAVE
. BEEN HUNG FOR $30
Case of Assault to Murdei
Ends in Acquittal for One
and Conviction for Other
GI.0BE. Oct. 9. Much of tho time
of tho superior court yesterday was
taken up listening to the testimony in
the matter of the alleged misconduct
of Juryman J. M. Court in the trial
of the state vs. Jim Yule and George
Counsel for the Jap defendants
placed witnesses upon the stand to
show that Court went to friends of
the Japanese and stated that he would
"hang" the Jury tor $30. After sev
eral witnesses were placed upon the
stand. Attorney Jacobs asked time to
.secure additional witnesses, and the
matter was continued until October
Yule and Yoshida were trie4 for
assault with intent to murder a Chi
naman known as Geronlmo. Thejurv
returned a verdict finding Yule guilty
and Yoshida not guilty.
TO FIND TELE8
Prosecuting Attorney Seeks
to Learn Regarding
2s SADDLE ROCK
Brewery Avenue, Bisbee
Under Ne Man.gem.nt
The undersigned fiayc.rurrhased this restaurant and
bejrinnuur this evening, Octo. 10,. will operate it, on
the short order plan and will issue weekly meal
t tickets to patrons. ., .
Will make a specially of lunches for miners.
Q-BKiS DAY; AND NIGHT
.fWe ask former customers of ihe Saddle Rock to re
main with 'us ami-solicit the patronage of the -pub-'
lie promis'jijr to spare no effort to give satisfaction
v to all. - .
J. O'NEIL, B. CLEMENT
SUIT PLUM-COLORED -ZIDELINE
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And complain of the high cost of living--Pay ing extra?
vagant prices is about the same as squandering cash
Never continu in doubt vjhere your money will go farthest But home to
Women's Smart Tailored Suits
Of High Degree Worth (Pi 545
.$17so and S2000 Special P1
If you could save $3.00 to 410 00 on a railroad rare by using an
other road. you' do so, of course Here is a parallel case
with the "other road," terminating here and the tickets read
. ing from Extravagance to Economy, via Women's and Misses'
Tailored Suits at $12. 1C, they are actually worth $17.30 to $20.00.
Stop-oyere at the risk or losing this opportunity no apt to be
good after this week.
The suits are of flne all-wool Storm Serge and Novelty
..Jaurlcs 4n mixed weaves all desirable colors newest styl3
and best tailoring. Special at 1.KZ.
Messaline Street Frocks Q95
Actual $15 Value For M?
There is Such a Vafct difference between our selllngiprlce of these
smart one-piece frocks and their true worththat we hardly
think you will believe us when we tell you the true story.
It-eyre made of Silk Mess aline cml Navy Scree laKmpireand
Princess styles some hatr lle r-ew Tlobesplcrre collar Th
pr.ee we paid is a full Third under value, thej're actually
worth $15 But we've marked them at $5.93.
Black Valvet Coats dj-l q50
Uumatchable val. at P
We have never offered better value In Women's Coats than Is
represented in this offer. Made of be$t quality black Velvet,
with lare Caracul collar and turn-bask cuffs, satin lined through
out, fastening with two frogs and iareo ornamental button A
bargain at $12.50.
Black Caracul Coats
An Unusual value at
Tho woman with modesf means -who lias fixed .the cost of her
new Fall Coatat-SlO ctnnot afford to overlook this tipportunlty.
Made of heavy Black Caracul, with quitted satin lining, large
Bluwri coliar. trimmed w.th fancy buttons Special at $10.
A Handsome Collection of
Trimmed Millinery at
We have a m6st mignlficent dis
play of-Trimmed Millinery in the
Basement Store and all remark
able values. T3ks a look at these
hats priced at $-5, they cdnv
paro favorably with hats sold
elsewhere for $7.30 to $&-50. We
specialize In these hats, and U
seems Incredible what snap and
-fetVin and what cood materials are.
la' them at the modest price
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. a.-'-Tele-grams
signed ''Pnig- alleged to hav
been an alias of Herbert S. Hockin
and sen: to Ortio McManigal, direct
ing him where to "drop" dynanv
bombs on Ids trips about tho conn
try, were nought by the government
through examination of the flrst wit
ness called In the trial of tho ac
cused "dynamite plollers" today. The
managpis of the telegraph comiwn
!es at Kuffalo. Detroit, Toledo. ChS
cago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Evans-
villo IncU nild Salt Lake City test!
fled that the original telegrams
asked for by tho government cover
ing a period as far back as 190S had
besn destroyed In the ordinary course
The government asserted it has
possession of the telegrams as re
ceived and exiled the witnesses to
show why the original messages can
not be produced. It was during this
.period that McManigal and tho Mc
Namaras. formed tne "flylnc squad
ron of dynamiters," the government
charges, often sending McManigal
out alone, equipped with a sultcasp
filled with explosives to await or
dtfrfi by telegraph as to what he
should blow up When Jamos W.
Noel, one of counsel for the govern
ment, asked why the telegrams were
t not prodded, Senator Kern, of coun
'sel for tho defense, asked the v,U-nesses-
"Yoc don't know any sucti
telegrams ever pxisted, do you? Tne
witnesses replied tbey coiild not re
member Individual messages.
The best Skirts ever offered at such
a remarkably low prijse. made of
strictly all-wool, good quality Serge:
plaited and gored styles. Skirts that
you will consider good value at $C.0D
more than tho price we ask Special
Skirts of Fancy Twcods and Cheviots
In beautiful gray, tan and Tifowd mix
tures. Panel front and back styles
with button trimming, somo,wlth kick
plaits. Many skirts at twice! this price
are not one whit better fn style,
quality and tailoring. Choice $2.95.
Hero's a Petticoat bahaln that "brill
Instantly appeal to tho economical
woman. Made "of splendid quality
sort, clinging mfeesallne. in all new
colors and black, accordion plaited
ruffle Special at $1.95.
A sample line of Messaline, Chiffon
and Net waists. Some are plain tail
ored, others have fancy lace and me
dallion yokes some beautifully em
broidered. It would be. hard to durdi
cate them fcr less than $t.00 Choice
Smart Street Hats Unequal
ed Style and Value at
Smart Street Hats at a price tnat
will start dozens of wojnen to
ward the Basement Store Mfllinerv
Sectlon'thls morninr. Large, med
ium and small styks; rolling or
drooping bMm. Trimmings that
arencVtnna strlishXMilliery Vitk-
out jwpwl at this low-price, and&tut-
flclcnt variety to iftaka choo3lns
easy sen them this morning,
pivcu Ok t". i
"(Continued from" Page 1)
it. Speaker hesitated at third, then
sped for the plate. He slid under
Catcher Wilson, who fumbled Schae
fer's relay throw. That tied the
score. The crowd went wild. To
make sure he touched tho plate.
Speaker returned and touched the
plate a second time before Wilson had
recovered the tall.
"We have stopped the Ked Sox on
their home grounds," said Manage!
McGraw tonight. "The team is well
"The Red Sos always felt Mathew
son was the man they bad to beat."
said Manager Stahl. "I think toda's
game, while not the ond of victory,
shows we can hit the New York pitch
er, whose work today must have tired
Score by Innings
Doston. 30 O'O 100101 06
New Vork . 0 10 1000301 0
Summary: Game called end elev
enth Inning, on account of darknes
Basehlts Snodgrtss, Hooper, Mur
ray, Herzog. Lewis (2). Three-base
hits Herzog, Slurray. Yerkes, Mer
kle and Speaker. Hits oft Collins
3, and 3 rnn?,7 on third Innings".
Hall 2, and 3 runs, 2 and two third
' innings: Ilcdlent, no hits, no runs,
lone Inning. Sacrifice hits Gardner,
fHerzbsr.' McCormlck. Solon "Tbase
Hooper (2), Staht, Snodgrass. Iicrzog.
, Double play Fletcher to Herzog. Left
Ull LASm -CT AVt r, JIUFVU v.
' liases on balls Hall 4, B&iient
i Hit by pitched
, Bedlent Struck out Collins 3, Mn
thewsoa 4, Bedlent 1. Time, 2:33
i Umpires Cloughlln at plate: Rigler
ion bases; Klem left, Evans right field
The National Commission figured
ttoday's receipts (at $SS69: .attend
ance 30.148: players' share, $31M9.2;
each club's -share $10,506.42: national
commission's share, 55,836.96.
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Hero Is a chic suit of plum-colored
ttbcllno trimmed with lections of
black satin and black silk braid.
Turnover collar of white pau do sole
U placed over revers of black satin.
The closins Is ornamented by straps
if black satin placed In tab efTect
round black satin-covered buttons.
I he skirt has an Inverted boxplalt
lu'An tho center back, and at the
front f Is cut with a "V section at
the (o . trimmed with braid and
E 1ST BE CITIZEN
TO RECEIVE CHARITY
Board of Supervisors Do
Not Intend to Permit
Aliens to Be Aided'
No more Indiscriminate givlrig 'ol
ch&rity will be allowed by the coun
ty board of supervisors. At the last
ib oo ting ot the board It was decided
thnt hererftcr no charlty,.froe gro
ceries or t.thor suppl.es, will be giv
en by tho county, thrpugh any or Its
'o'-ficials. exeunt in casos of need
whore the. ne'edr is a citizen of thisj
9, Boston 6. .Hereafter It Till be necessary for
4, Bedlent 1 . anyone asking aid of the qounty- to
bail Snodgrass by lirst exhibit a certificate of natural
ization or a certificate or registrar
tion, ihowirm that lie. is a qualified
li)ztn qt ,ine t-juieu, oiai.
The Want will refuse to approve
axs bill for aid extended
W. P. McNsir of Douglas
Will Have Charge of
State Fair Races
PHOENIX. Oct. 9. W. P. McNair,
formerly a member of the Arizona
railroad commission, but now en
gaged in business at Douglas, who
has been engaged asx chler starter for
the fair races, Is now on the Pacific'
coast preaching the gospel of "Conic
to Phoenix for the state fair." A
prominent Los Angeles newspaper-' re
cently had this to say of Mr. McNair
and his work;
' McNa'r at Los Angeles
"W, P. McNair, father of correct
starting, as he Is frequently named
when the matter of harness racing la
brought up, registered at tho Califor
nia yesterday, the guest of Tom Law.
He came from Phoenix, and willsfco
the judge of the coming harness
events In thU city. 'Great interest
is being shown In this- class of horso
racing, and a general' revival of tbe
sport in all parts or the country 'is
taking place." he declared.
" Will Have Best Races' '
" '"Los 'Angele will have! Ufe 'best
races or this kind that have ' ever
taken place here, and were this event
combined with a state fair, land show
or similar attraction, it '.would hi-M
season or two prove a great advertise
ment for the city, and for tho harness
events would insure tbe finest horses
in the country, owners of which at
the present time do not feel like
(bringing stars several thousand miles
without positive assurance of success
ful meets.' McNair is one of the best
pioneer horsemen or the west, and
has a host or friends in Los Angeles."
BEAN GROWERSTO DISSOLVE
OXNARD, Oct. 9. The directors of
the Lima Bean Growers' assotiation
threaten to dissolve the organization
unless given bfetter suportj Resolu
tions to this effect were adopted at
a special meeting today because ot
the large number ot growers who
have railed to place their boans with
tho association. A mass meeting will
bo called soon, at which growers will
be given a last chance to co-operato
with the association. ,
COMBftATION URGED. '
NEW YOR1C Oct. 9. TluodoreN.
Vail, prcsldnt of the Western' Union
Telegraph company, in his annual fc
lort today advocated Uffi combined
use of tbe plants of the telegraph
company and the American- Tle
phono ad Telegraph company.. Mr.,
Vail also i? president or tho latter
company. '" .
NEW'ORLEiANS. Oct 9. Julisn V.
Zavala, Nlcaraguan consul here, re
ceived a cable- message rrom the Ni
caraguan minister or foreign rela
tions at Managua, tonight, announc
ing that peace had been re-established
there. No details wero given. "Za
vala interpreted the cable as meaning
that normal conditions, had been f restored.
WILSON IN BAD VOICE -
Is shovn that XUo
Thi action Is said to have boen
tikea by the boarJ Menu? e or heavy
demands made on the county jp..the
form of bills sent in fqr approral
by justices or tne peace, a. uougiaa
Justice Is said to havo got in bad,17
with tc board on account- of hU In
discriminate giving of scppiies ,u
iwper Mexicans who came acros
the international line and. who. th
board think, have no claim on this
county1 for aid
, ST. LOUIS. Oct 9. Speaker Cjark
and Governor Wilson campaigned to
gether today in Illinois and Mjssotifi.
Great enthusiasm greeted thotni in.
Springfield. Granite City, East Su
Louis, III, and St. Louis. Missouri.
At the Springfield fair ground the gov
ernor's voice was weak and did not
reach to the outer extremity of tho
big throng which faced hlra.
Anvthlng more than a littlo learn- j
(ng is a dangerous thing In society.- J
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Arch a Roman Invention.
Bridges were Srst built trlthaa
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