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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912
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BENTON TO GET
Supervisors AVill Not Reduce
Pay of Road Superin
tendent as Had Been
OFFICIAL "WINS POINT
No cut Is made In the salary of
.Jtoad Superintendent J J Benton as
was attempted by the board of su
pervisors. That body retired from
the position -which it had taken pre
viously vhen It met In Tombstone
ttits wf-ok. In addition to this It ap
pears that Benton further won on
his contention that he Is responsible
to the voters for the condition of the
roads and "will decide what work
shall be done and where It shall b
put. He sends word to Bisbee that
the roads herealtouts will be given
bis Immediate attention.
Benton Wins Points.
When the board of supervisors as
sembled at Tombstone J J Benton,
the road superintendent was pres
ent. repiescnted by council. As a
result of he meeting the cut In sal
ary to $C0O does not go. The old
salary will be paid and he Is In
charge of road repair and road con
struction for the county He sent
word to tlfls effect to Blsbec yester
day and f tntcd that as largo a force
as practical would be put to work
.In and about this sect.on of the
county to put the roads In passable
shape. He further desires to meet
those Interested In the roads here
abouts at an eatly date
Starts Needed Work.
Last week a letter was sent to
Benton by Secretary Gray of the
Commercial club on behalf of and
at the request of the roads commit
tee. ashing IJrnton to set a date for
a meeting with them n this city to
discuss ways and mears of bettering
road conditions. To this letter a re
ply was received Monday that ho
would be oleased to meet the club
member" or c.omml'tee members at
anv date the committee might set.
Yesterdav Dive Hasler returned
rrom Tombstone bearing two mes-
oare. One, woe to J. J. Bowen and
said that Benton wished to Inform
Mr. Bowen that he had directed Has
ler to start work on the repairing of
the roads about the Warren District
wa as large n force as possible at
once. i f "
Sends Word to Gray.
To Secretarv Gray he snt the
same mess-.gc and also asked him
to see the mads committee and ar
range an early date for meeting and
that be would arrange to attend and
discuss the matter of road Improve
ment with those of Bisbee and the
dirtrlct Interested In the matter This
the comr.IUee takes as an indication
that from now on the claims ot the
heaviest tasnaying section of the
county to better roads will be recog
nized and Mi halance of the fund
will be spent In populous sections
and not for further new road build
Ine In the extreme northern and
western sections of the county.
Among ucal good roadfters this idea
was wnrmlv welcomed and a date is
to be selected today 'or the pro
posed mt-eting with the road super
intendent and notification of that
date sent to him.
DOUGLAS.- October 0 (Special)
J. T. T. Paxton. manager of the
Mababl ranch In Sonora, west of
Yzabal, returned yesterday from a
trip to the property and states that
a. band of 50 rebels were within
ten miles of the property but could
not be definitely located by the
ranch bands, and had made no at
This news was brought to the
ranch by one of the hands who
made a trip to Nogales on business,
and while returning sighted a band
of about 250 rebels crossing the
Nogales ranch. He said that 50 of
these left the mala column, stating
they were going to the Mababl
ranch. About 100 federals at Ba
each!, who were coming north,
headed the rebels off toward the
AJo mountains, where It Is thought
they have headquarters. The feder
als came on to Yzabal and camped
"When Mr. Paxton heard of the
coming of the 50 rebels, he tele
phoned at once to Yzabal to the
commander or the federal troops
there 'to come to the ranch at once,
as there were rebels near. He was
Informed by the federal commander
that he could not move his troops
without orders from headquarters,
and that It was too late at night
for him to take up the matter. -
Friday morning 100 troops under
Colonel -Munoz were sent overland
from Fronteras and arrived at tho
ranch on Saturday evening, camped
there for the night and Inquired ft
UtUe from the natives about the
location of the rebels, and, without
sending out any scouts, left Sun
flay morning for Yzabal. They stat
ed that they were going there to
get a train "to, take them to Fron
teras and then, to the AJos moun
DEMOCRAT RANK AND
FILE LIKE SULZER
everybody In New York agree
that the better element In th Uni
tlr state Democracy triumphed
T'l-tn the Democratic state com en
tion nominated Congressman Wllllun
1'itter ot New York city for g'i;.-.
nor. Salter has represented his dis
rtct In congress for seventeen years
and has a clean record. He holds
the conUdence of the Democratic rank
tind file and Is not cloely allied ulin
Doss .Murphy of Tammany Hall.
DENTISTS OF ARIZONA
TO MEET III PHOENIX
Convention of "Teeth Ex
tractors" to Hold Toith
Five Davs in Phoenix
The Arizona Dental association
composed of dentists throughout tho
state, will meet In annual convention
at Phoenix, October 28. and will con
tinue in session for five days, adjourn
ing November 1. An Interesting pro
gram of topics for discussion by dele
gates Is being prepared, but has not
yet been announced.
Dr. W P. Sims, of Bisbee. Is presi
dent of the association, and will, of
course, attend the convention. He Is
at present composing his addresi,
which will Initiate the program of the
Thomas Whitehead, Cochise county
pioneer, returned to his ranch home
in the Swlsahclm mountains yester
day after two days here Mr White
head says he has not seen the ranges
in better condition for many years,
and that stock of all kinds are In
O. Gibson, who was here yesterday
In the interest of the petition being
circulated to place a prohibition tick
et on the state ballot, left last night
L. Dupen paid a visit to the Rose
mont mining camp In Pima county on
Sunday, where his son is In charge
of the Rosemont property, which Is
owned by the Miami company.
Ed Thornton, formerly In business
at Douglas, but now representing a
shoe company on the road, was In Bis
ibee yesterday, and joined the base
Dall fans here in the excitement over
yesterday's game at Boston. Mr.
Thornton, when In Douglas, was for
a long time manager of the local team
In that city.
Deputy Sheriff Red Gannon has re
turned from a trip to El Paso on of
John Crowle was slightly Injured at
the Spray mine yesterday and was
taken to his home.
Attorneys Ed J. Flanlgan and John
S. Williams are at Tombstone and
will return to Bisbee this afternoon.
J. P. McKeisb, county surveyor, has
returned from Tombtone, where he
attended the meeting of tho board of
if. J. Bropby, manager of the
Phelps-Dodge storo, was a business
visitor at Douglas yesterday.
A. W. Flnley, of the Mountain
States Telephone company, at Denver,
Is In the city on business.
Dr. F. E. Shine returned home yes
terday evening from Phoenix where
he had been to attend a meeting ot
the state meBlcal examining board.
Sheriff Harry Wheebvr passed
through Bisbee yesterday evening en
route to Douglas where be will be
present today at the bearing in the
case of recent arrests in connection
with the searching of a hotel there.
Billy Robinson, of the Antler's bar.
returned heme yesterday from Cal
ifornia where he had been on a visit
of three weekc with his family.
Jakob Schmld and 'Doc" Gamble
returned yesterday from the Hna
chucas where they went on Monday
in Mr. Sch raid's auto.
"What aro the BrinclDal' activities
nf tliA official noiltlon our friend occu
pies?" "Those Involved In holding oa
to It. replied Senator sorghum.
Washington Star. !
BIDS TOO ICO
FOR SM PEDRO
County Board of Supervis
ors Reject Tenders for
Steel Viaduct Over Riv
er at Hereford
Three bido were sent In to tho
board of supervisors for the construe
tiou of a bridge across the San Pedro
at Hereford but all were ducllneC
nnd the county will again advertise
for bids. Tbp reason for not accept
ing any cf the three bids sent in
was that thev were regarded as ex
cessive, the lowest being $5,000 and
Jtho highest $5,100.
New Bids to Be Asked.
Bids again will be asked for and
tho new act will be opened on Oc
tober 17 AH three ot the bids made
were by Arizona concerns but It Is
s-iid that a. representative of an Ok
lahoma concern has figured on tho
cost of the bridge, as called for In
the board's f.'.in? and specifications,
and to have unofficially bid to con
struct tbo bridge for $1,525 less than
the lowest bid made by an Arizona
concern. This representative will
prepare a bid In accordance with this
estimate and will submit it to the
Damages Are Excessive.
Damage t the county bridgo across
the San Pedro at Hereford during
tht last svvpral years wold probab
lv have paid foi a now bridge nnd the
present board of supervisors be
lieves that It will bo economy to
construct a new bridge and such a
bridge that the flood water that
comes down tbp river during the
ra'ny season will not affect. The
bridge gunned will be of steel and
Suffered for His Knowledge.
For arguing that our world Is only
one of many, Olorddano Bruno was
burned to death In Rome in 1600.
"You must form your wishes and
they will continually extend Into real
ities." Artesian Wells Long Known.
Chinese have obtained water
through the means of artesian wells
for over a thousand years. One ot the
most famous wells in existent i. ,.
of Crenelle In the outskirts of Paris,
where the water Is brought from a
depth of 1.798 fept ft rl.H. Kieit
gallons of water a minute. A well In
Pesth was sunk to the depth of 3,100
feet In the '70s.
-A- Gas Room Heater is simple and inexpensive.
It gives comfort and protects health during
Small and handy, a Gas Heater takes up little
space and can be moved from room to room wher
ever you want warmth.
Requires but a few minutes to remove .the damp
and chill from living room, dining room or bed
Various sizes and.biylesat . various prices, $2.00
up to .$10.00. '
Call and look
Bisbee Improvement Co.
Governor Believes Labor
Done on Highways Good
for Prisoners and Good
for the PubR
MEN BEHAVE VE1 1.
GLOBE, Oct 9. Governor G. W. P.
Hun was Interviewed here recently
regarding his views on the use 'o
which convicts might be put. Tho
gocrnor has Inspected some road
building dote by tho prisoners who
are at the Florence penitentiary Gov
ernor Hunt seemed pleased with the
results secured, and Is a supporter of
the system of using these men, re
strained of crimes committed. In ad
vancing the work for which tho pub
lic Is In need.
"Would you care to say anything
relative to the convict road building?"
was asked the governor
"I paid the convicts a visit on the
Globe-Ray road today" replied tho
executive, and found eerythlng in
good shape. They are making as
much progress aa can be expected, as
they are now in solid rock, and a
great deal of blasting is required.
They are also building retaining walls.
We have about ISO convicts at var
ious points, and a great deal Is being
accomplished. They are stationed on
the Globe-Ray road and also tho road
from Florence to Mesa. Thoy ore go
ing to repair the road from Florence
to Tucson, a state road which has
been partially washed out We also
anticipate starting a bridge at Yuma
as soon as the bridge is finished at
Tempe, which Will be about the first
of tho year."
Men Behave Themselves
"Do you think It wise to allow tho
murderers and life term prisoners at
liberty?" asked tho Interviewer.
"Well." said tho governor, "we
have seventy 'lifers In the peniten
tiary, and out of that number we
picked only six men, who have been
incarcerated rrom eight to nineteen
years, and have a record for good be
havior They are doing very good
work and have not conducted them
selves Improperly. Incidentally. I may
tell you that he have concluded that
we cannot work the negroes and
whites together successfully, and In
the future thoy will be separated."
"Why was Fonden iardoned?" was
Fonden Became Aged
"After Fonden was placed In the
penitentiary," replied the governor,
"he aged considerably His vitality
diminished, his hair became white
and he developed cancer of the
mouth; In short ho was a broken
down old man. and we believed In
Chill and Dampness
Mrs. Blankenship Tells of Her
Restoration to Health by
Lydia E, Pinkham's Veg
Elllston, Vs. "I feel it my duty to
express my thanks for what Lydia E.
Pinkham s Vegeta
ble Compound has
done for me. I was
a sufferer from fe
male troubles and
had been confined in
bed over one third of
my time for ten
months. I could not
do my housework'
and had fainting
spells bo thatmyhus
band could not leavo
me alone for five minutes at a time.
"Now I have been restored to health
and it has come from taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. When
ever I see a suffering woman I want to
tell her what this medicine has dona
for me and I will always speak a good
word for it." Mrs. Robert Blank
enship, Elliston, Va., Montgomery Co.
AVas Helpless Now WeU.
Trenton, Mo. "About two years ago
I had female trouble and inflammation so
bad that I was literally helpless and had
to be tended like a baby I could not
move my body or lift my foot for such
severe pains that I had to scream. I was
very nervous and had a weakness.
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound has helped me to such an extent
that I think there is no medicine like it
for female troubles. I am up and abb
to do my work again and I give you fu"
permission to publish my letter for tho
sake of other suffering women." Mrs
freeing him his capacity for harm
was gone, and that he had but few
years to lite. In addition to that,
the other prisoners objected to eat
ing with the same utensils used by
Fonden, in the belief that cancer was
contagious, and with his distorted
face he was a nauseating sight."
Governor Hunt also said that Wal
ter Gaynor had -been placed at work
on the Globe-Ray road without hl
The feather duster Is rapidly disap
pearing. It must go as surely as the
common drinking cup. It is only a
little while since the feather duster
was universal. Now CO per cent of
the cities have discarded It from the
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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.
d npr rent interest will be added.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Will E. McKet President.
O. W. Wolf,
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web.
ber & Co., Bos ton and Calumet.
Logan &. Bryan, Chicago and Nw
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
5,1 1 fin Tahle d'Hore Dinner From 5:30 to 8 p. m.
Re? lar 50c Luncheon Daily
r a 1 ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Blsbea 23 Lowell 7
HENDERSON I.UM CO AD
Are made of good materials, gooil
lumber, rooflne. etc.. Is required iu
If you ar contemplating building
a homo you should exercico good
Judgment In selecting- the materials
to be used in its construction.
If yoti buy of us you will get tho
best and at prices no higher than in
ferior materials nre sold at elso
Next Fair Hall
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JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Doujdag Bld&.
Los Angeles, Calif.
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale or Exchange
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Waste Not, Want Not,
were never tru er than when
spoken of in connection with money-
C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
H&NKI rurran, manage I
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your thlomen In his
He Pays AH Expense
and collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prompt and efficient-.
Tne Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of th
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAWTON, a. F. A P. A.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
7:35 a. m. Lt Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m,
8...S a. m. Lt Qutnrle vr S:3Q p. a.
9:00 , m. Iyr Duncan Lx z:3g p. a
10:23 a. a. lt Lordaourg Lt 1:33 y. a
11:39 a. a. At Hachlta Lt 18:10 p. a.
South bound train connects yritii
Southern Pacific west .bound train
No. 1. leaving Lordsbnrg 10:57 a. a
Booth bound train connects with 3
Paso & Southwestern east boun
train for El Paso, leailng Hachit at
11:59 a. m.. Mountain rime, and
with west bound train for Douglaa
and Bisbee. leaving Hachlta at 11:SI
a. m. Mountain Tim.
A. T: TFIOHSON,
Tm Uanta-0." n"ftxw Arln
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNE8SY, Prop.
Phone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant
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