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THE RISBSE DAILY REVIEW. BISREE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1912
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Two Pretty Women on Coast
As Vigorous Wireless Operators I
Case Against Army Officers
for Searching Hotel for
Rebel Chief Not Yet
Set for Trial
Association of Arizona Ped
agogues to Hold Conven
tion in Capital City
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Couuty Attorney W. G. Gllmore ar
rived In the city last night from Doug
las en route to bis home at Tomb
stone. He -went to Douglas for the
purpose of looking Into the case
against two United States army ofil
ocrn. Lieutenants Holderness and
Howard. Mexican Consul Cuesta and
others, who were arrested by Sher
iff Harry Wheeler following a search
ing of the Hotel Mexico, at Douglas,
recently, by a Ninth Cavalry detail.
Mr. Oilmore has been so busy In
the superior court at Tombstone that
be had not before had an opportunlt)
of look Ink' Into the case, and bis trip
to Douglas was for tho purpose of In
estlgatlng It The charge against
the men In the complaints agalus
them Is trespassing and assault with
a deadly weapon.
The latter charge is only technical,
it Is understood, as there was no
physical assault, and is based on the
alleged fact that soldiers leveled tht-ir
rifles at certain persons when they
attempted to leave the hotel.
Case not Set
"The case has not been set for a
hearing as yet." said Mr. Oilmore last
night "I am looking over a tran
ccript of the statements of witnesses,
and will be better able to proceed
iv hen I ftave looked Into the matter
carefully. I have no desire or Inten
tion of obstructing the federal authori
ties, however, and I am satisfied that
the offense was only technical."
The knowledge of courtesy and good
manners is a very necessary study.
It Is, like grace and beauty, that which
begets liking and an Inclination to love
one another at the first sight, and In
the very beginning of acquaintance;
and, consequently, that which first
opens the door and intromits us to in
struct ourselves by tho examples of
others, and to give examples our
selves. If we have any worth taking
notice of and communicating Cere
mony of Interview," Montaigne.
This cold snap, is sure to
find some of you still
wearing summer under
wear! No matter how hardy
you are, you pannot af
ford to risk the colds
and sickness which cold
Some men, especially
with indoor occupations
habitually wear light
weight underwear all
That plan may have certain
advantages but Its a poor hab
it at that for there aro always
exceptionally cold days when
the thicker and warmer gar
ments feel very good.
Among other lines of season
able underwear we offer tho
tho most revolutionary advance
in, union suits that we have
THE CROTCH In these union
suits is knit ENTIRELY CLOS
ED it cannot gap cr bind It
answers tjie. last objection of
the man who has never worn
the one piece undersult
Buy your winter uuderwear
early and avoid the colds and
also tho Inconvenience of
Come in and see this !
Closed Crotch Feature
If you don't like union
Suits we've a large com
plete line of two-piece
.50 cents a garment to
$5.00 a suit
Schwartz Bros. Co,
The Safe Place Main St
First Arizona State Fair, Phoenix October 28 to November 2.
Mabel Kelso una
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 10 (Spec
ial) Following tho example t.
three months ago by Miss Mabel Kl
so, of Seattle, Miss Edtth Cooiuus.
of this city, has accepted a position
as wireless operator on a Pacific coast
6teamer. She is tho first woman op
erator to sail out of this port Since
early In July Miss Kelso has bcii
stationed on the steamer Mariposa,
which piles between Seattle and Alas
kan Krts, and has made good.
There was some opposition to Mils
Coombs going to sea as a wire'O'-s
operator, as it is argued that gallant
ry on the part of the men of the vt
sel would not allow her to renain
FOR PRESIDENT HOI'. 5
Firt Time the Citizens of
This State Are Permitted
tc Cast Ballot
For the first time in fhelr lives,
Arizonans will vote for president of
the United btaies on tli? fifth of next
month They will exercise their suf
frage, a form of calisthenics from
whl:h they have heretofore been
barred, not from causes of nice, ton
dition or previous condition of servi
tude but because Arizona was in but
not of the United States But on the
fifth or Nov ember. Arizona will do
it to some arty s plum tree with its
little ballot box
Only Registered May Vcte.
Not every Arlzonan may cast his
vote for a presidential candidate, how
ever, hls may seem a strange .as
sertion to some, but. It Is a fact as
any lawyer will confirm. Only those
who have registered may vote and
though the rate of registration is In
creasing there will bo some who will
probably overlook this Important de
tail and It he does he will have no
more to say as lo who shall bo pres;
ident of the United States for the
next four years than the pretender
to the throne of Spain, and he is In
cvstod' en Ellis Island, New York.
Monday Last Day.
Todar and Monday are the last
days of registration and all who have
not registered when the iron tongue
of midnight tolls twelve Monday night
arc disqualified This Is s.rlctly
speaking, however, and those who do
not register by five o'clock Monday
afternoon will escape dlsfranchlse
ment y a close sbavc
Tho" who are not given the right
of placing a ballot in the ballot box
are idiots, insane persons, CTim.nalj-
and there who do not register.
All party state and county commit
tees are urging everyone to register
and to vote, vote for whoever you
please but please to vote for someone.
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KOWDO Mr. CO- l!nintt, REIfHt.
at her post during an accident. Hut
Miss Coombs Insists that the travei
Ing public need have no fear as to
their safety on her accont, as she
has decided to remain at her pot of
duty until the last flickering spark of
electricity can to sent from th-s vci
el. If necessary, she will remain on
board with the captain until tho las'
soul has been cared for and the sig
nals of distress sent "Ladles first"
will not apply to Miss Coombs
Miss Coombs studied for several
months under the best Instructors.
She recently passed an examinaMon
3ien by R- Y Cadmus. United States
tireless ship Inspector
0 EXHIBIT ST
THE STATE FUR
Expense of Cochise County
Too Great to Arrange for
Display at Phoenix
TIME ALSO TOO SHORT
Cochise county will not be repre
sented by fin exh bit at the State
Fair This does not mean tnai inui-
v lual citizens of the county may not
send on some exhibits for undoubted
ly they v 111. but the county is not
oifcially retognlzlne tl" ' nnual ralr
and Is not collecting and Installing
a'l exhibit of Its products This is
what the action of tho board of super
visors in refraining from appointing
i county fair commlss on? r will mean.
The reason given is that county ex
penses aro large and that economy
must be practiced In some directions
and the support of the fair proved to
bo one of those directions.
Expense Too Great
Chairman HIckey of tho board of
supervisor wae seen yesterday and
asked what, If any, action the board
tcok at its meeting relative to ths an
ointment of a county fair commis
sioner and replied that no appoint
ment was made, lie then dwelt on
what he termed the criticism of the
board by the secretary of the Tax
payers association in the reports of
the expenses of maintaining tho dif
ferent county otflcers that ho has
1umt. wn.tinrin!' and clvinir out Mr.
HIckey stated that the change In
I methods of conducting offices that
I cam with statehood could not but in-
crease the expensd of maintaining
I the county government and that since
. it was neceesary to pare and shave
: . jf.MtiAn it v! itemed best
not to go to the expense of exhibiting
Regrets Are Heard
Regret is heard that there will not
be an exhibit sent from "Dear Old
Cochlso" this year to be viewed by
the visitors at Phoenix but that re
pTet Is tempered by the knowledge
that If action had been taken by tho
loard at its meeting this week the
i. nntinft nnH Install the dlsnlav
would have been all too short to prop-
eriy do so ana n is oven u . .
Is better to make no attempt to dis
play rather than to make one which
would bo in no wise complete or ade
quate. rrtiA Yia rri vL-ae ronnpatpd several
montns ago to appoint a county cora-
rrlRsioner ana aiscussea me mauer
but did not act at thnt time. It Is
rnderstood that Larry McCourt was
then considered ns the most likely
rnpn for the uppolntment
No One to Undertake the Job
PUBLIC SCHOOLS BIG
The Arizona State Teachers' asso
elation will convene at the new high
tcliool nudltorli'm, Phoenix, Thursday.
October 31 a: JJ p'clock. The meet
ing will last two days and many of
the most prominent educators of tho
Ptate will take part In the discussion.
The a'stiou Thusday forenoon will
be git en to n consideration of that
vital and much discussed subject. Pub
lic Dissatisfaction, with the Schools,
Its Causes and Remedies. The ses
sion Fr day forenoon will be given to
to the subject How Would It Affect
the Efliriencv of the Public Schools
and the Teaching Profession to Havel
n Civil Service System by which
Teachers are Automatically Promoted
and Their Tenure of Office Made
Reasonably Secure? Pensions r Equal
ization or the Salaries of Men and
Topis? Are Vital
These topics are vital to both th
schools and the teachers, and doubt
less will bo discussed effectively ami
with spirit, tuns promising o maki"
this meeting of the association a most
profitable' and Interesting ono.
Thero will be no afternoon sessions,
that time beinj; reserved for an in
spection or the educational exhibit .it
tho State Fair. This exhibit In years
past haR been one of tho distinctive
features of the fair. Visitors from our
own and other states have expressed
surprise and gratification at its quai-it-
and completeness. It is of partic
ular interest to Arizona teachers in
that it puts them in touch with the
work of the whole state and affords
an opportunity for a comparison of
their ovn work and for its improve
ment Public Schools Dig Asset
Arizona has no Kreater asset than
her public t-chools, and well nny she
glory In ihen. beraure they stand
well to the forefront of tho schools of
the nation and because a state's
schools ore always a deterMining
factor In the character of Its cltizou
ship. Every teacher in the state, wheth
e r -In public or rrWsite Thool is r
virtue of his portion a member of
thi stato association, and he come
from the avocation meetings back
'o his work with increased efficiency
and enthusiasm. School boards can
do nothing better for their schools
than to make It possible and deslr
.ible for their teachers. Especially su
perintendents and principals, to at
tend the 'ate meeting
SPEC! FARE FOR
ARIZONA STATE FAIR
A special fare for the round tripj
co the Arizona State Fair, to be heid
in Phoe.i t October 23 to November
2 has Ju.-if been announced bv the
Southern Pacific and Arizona Rastern
railroads. Ths round trln fare for this
occasion will be the same as the onr
wav raw at present Tuls rate is an
solutely unprofitable to the railroads
but It mi. ins for the deelopment of
the sta'c, and the railroads are the
The pale dates for these special
tickets will be opened on October
27th and will conalnue until the end
of the month, the final return limit
of the tickets being November 4th,
that Is, the retrrn from Phoenix mut.t
be begun bforr midnight of Novem
ber 4th No clop-over privileges will
be allowed on these especial rate
Special lov rates will also be
granted from New Mexico points and
as lar cast as El Paso, and from Los
Angeles. These rates from points out
side of Ar.z'ma will bring many
stranfnrs within tho state and will
undoubtedly do much good toward
showing the outsiders what we have
These are thet Momenta to which
we owe our success.
Strength: In the conservative, care
ful management of the bank's affairs
by men of known integrity and abil
ity. Resources: Capital, stockholders
liability and a reserve fund that Is
held for the protection of those who
deposit their money here.
Service Tho courteous, prompt and
careful attention of every official or
employee of this Institution to your
banking and business needs.
A per cent on Savings.
THE BANK OF BISBEE.
When the matter of making an ap
pointment at this late day was re
cently mentioned none of those consid
ered was at all anxious to under
take the matter. It seemed inevitable
than an attcmnt to C3ther specimens.
ship them to Phoenix and properly
install them In the exhibit building
would be a failure and no on,ei
wanted to undertake it and "fall
down."- They considered the chances
of a failure or a partial failure too
strong against them. It is probable
that this matter entered into the con
siderations tfcal Influenced the mem
bers of the board in the matter At
any rate It is officially settled that
there will 1k no county commissioner
and no county exhibit prepared and
entered by this county.
What Very Big
2022 $2222 and $2522
Wilt Purchase Here
This season we have made special efforts to bring
to Bisbee the very best values ever offered in $2000 ,
$2250 and $2500 Suits
How well we have accomplished our purpose may be easily determined by
j ou seeing for your own satisfaction our line of Men and Young Men's
Clothing, which surpasses our very best values of any previous season. To
procure such excellent values from the manufacturers for olt customers was on
ly made possible by ou r great
If you are conscientious with yourself, you
have no right to buy until you have seen our line
of Suits at the prices mentioned above.
A better line of Blue Serges never graced the racks of any Clothing De
partment than the ones we are showing this season.
Brief Local Items
II IC Street was In Bisbee yester
day, motoring from Hereford, attend
ing to business here. He returned
home In the afternoon. Mr Street
is shipping three train loads or cattlo
this month to Bakersfield, Cal., from
tho rtnniiiiinft rnnze here. These cat
tie will go on pastures in California
B. Hattich. of Tombstone, returned
home yesteiday from Hot Springs,
Arkansas, where he has been taking
a course of treatment for rheumatism,
with which he has been suffering for
San Nicholas Mine
J. W Rice and F. N. Borgeson. of
Bisbee, were in Douglas vesterday.
making a close examination with a
view ot starting development work on
the San Nicholas mine, near Nacc
zari. Tho property is said to bo a
most promising one.
Mrs. Jans Oliver Dies
Mrs. Jane Oliver, a well known
resident of the city, and proprietor ot
the Oliver house, on School hill, died
last night at 10 o'clock at her home.
She leaves two sons In Bisbee and
one at Los Angeles, who will arrive
In the city today. The fnneral will
be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the residence- and interment will
be in Evergreen.' Dick Davis, former
ly a member of the fire denartment.
Is her son.
Struck Aued Man.
J. M. Sparks was arraigned before
Judge High yesterday on tho charge
of striking an aged man named F.
M. Parker and on a piea or guuty
was fined twenty dollars, which was
ntrumnt Cae Recovered.
The instrument case, containing
over $100 worth or surgical Instru
ments, which was stolen from Dr.
J M. Leonard's automobile Wednes
day afternoon, was found by a rcs!-
dent of Chihuahua Hill lying beside
one or me trans leaamg up me nm
from the southern part of the city,
early yesterday morning. It was
turned over to Olncer P. T. Mcltao
and returned to Dr. Leonard.
Reception at Y. W. C. A.
A reception for Mrs. Putnam, wife
of Secretary Putnam, of the Y. M.
C. A vas given by Miss Carlota Moy
er, secretary ot the Y. w; .0. A., at
the association building yesterday af
ternoon, members and patronesses
and otterr being invited to meet Mrs.
Putnam. The reception room was
beauti'ully decorated with ferns and
nasturtiums. Refreshments were
served. "3 J,
Mrs. Sehmld Dies.
Sirs. Conrad Sehmld, sister-in-law
of Jakob Scbmld, died last night at
the horre of Hill Buff, Tier son-in-law,
in Tombstone Canyon, after a long
Illness of a complication of diseases.
Mrs. C. TI. Pmul. of Los Angeles, a
daughter, was with her at the time
of her death as were other relatives.
The funeral arrangements have not
yet been made. ,
Columbus Day Dance. . '
in nhspvanco of Columbus -.Day. A
legal r-cllday, a dance will?be"TBlVen
by the Bisbee lodge or .Knights of
Columlus at the lodge Jbome on
rinor Tn-Iro this evenlnglSrinvlta-
tiona tn the dance have oeen mailed.
wrrtav' Hotel Arrivals.
At the Copper Queen- W. W; Dan-.
ley, Lc Angeles; si. aanoer. oa
Franclrco; George B. Ryan, Chicago;
W. C. Cohn. Chicago: E. Fleischer.
Douglas ; W. F. DeBovcs. New York;
Fred J. Carter, IjOs Angelesj Gordon
Clark. Glasgow: F. RCrandall, Phoe
nix; Mr. and Mrs M. C Spires, Can,
-r,o. r a Rwift 1.M Anseles: w
! F. Edwards and wife. Milwaukee; A.
C. Colo. Cananea; J. M. MCTeeiy, Lf
Angeles; G. C, Snyder, Miami, Ariz.;
W. G. Gllmore, Tombstone
At the Philadelphia- II. Houser.
Los Angeles; J. B. Downey. El Paso;
Anton Frlberg. Salt Lake; V. R. N.
Graves. Douglas; Dan Haly, Doug
las; F. C. Hulbert, Long Beach; J.
II. Downer, Colton, Cal., T. C. Alli
son, Los Angeles; Thos. J. lies. Lei
Born to Mr. and Sirs C. Hatcher,
of Tombstone Canyon, yesterday
morning, a girl; to Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Davis, of Tombstone Canyon, a girl:
to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sevey, of
YoUneh'ood Hill, a girl; to Mr. and
Mrs. U II. Wyatt, of the Sulphur
Springs valley, a girl.
Kusti Laitine. the man who wai
shot at lwell several nights, ago
Is imnroving at the C. & A. hospital
and will he discharged from that in
stitution in a few days.
Jacobs Funeral Today.
The funeral o Roy Jacobs will be
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the family home, in Ijowell, and in
terment will be In Evergreen ceme
tery. The Inquest, held at LoweH
by Coroner George Smith yesterday,
resulted in a verdict of "accidental
death." Jacobs died of Injuries re
ceived In an accident at the Czar
Hatfis Brown and Bob Murphy, ne
groes, who were arrested by Officer
C N. Thomas, were fined ten dollars
each yesterday by Judge High and
sent to jail to servo out the fine.
They were charged with disturbing
the peace on Naco Road.
An Important Happening.
By reason of an event that oc
curred last nlRht at 9 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGreg
or. In Upper Tombstone canyon. Jack
has lost all Interest in tho world's
championship baseball series and, as
he told a reporter last night, he
doesn't care "whether it goes to
Oakland or to Kansas City." Tho
evint that has overshadowed all
else Is the arrival of a girl baby. The
mother and baby are doing well.
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