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THE BISBEE DAILY REV 1CT, BJSBEK, AivIZOftA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1912
... I . AfJr i
W"" " ""- I - i i i JULUU
TO IE TALKED
Commercial Club to Discuss
Matters for thd Better
ment of Highways in
the Warren District
MEETING FOR TONIGHT
Notices hare been sent out to ft
number of tboe knonp to be inter
ested in the betterment and repair ot
the roads that are tributarv to this
district that a meetlng-vlll be hold at
the office ottho Commercial club or in
tho-.CopjterTQHeon Hot tnis evening
to discus thee- matters with J I.
Benton, county road Superintended
who Is oectod to bo present at that
time and to discuss other road mat
ter. This meeting wa called by Dr
N. C. Bledsoe and the secretary of tn
Commercial club sent out about thir
ty notices to club members.
The fact that notices were not Rent
to others, he Mates, does not mean
that theyare not Invited, for nnv nm
interested In the ronunuestiou nnri a.
fair apportionment of county road-
iunus wni rind himself In the right
company and is Invited to attend.
But to aeeertain all of those inter
ested In roads would have taken long
er than the time at hand so all not
members qf the club and whose Inter
est is not definitely known will receive
their notification through tho press
Should Be Large Meeting.
If an impreseion such as is desired
is to be made on the road superintend
ent tnerc should be a large meeting
this evening at S o'clock. If1 he sees
there is a wide interest, it is felt, he
Will b the more willing to act in the
manor along uie lines desired. So the
committee feels that in the prelimi
nary woik it has done and the ar
ranging; ot the meeting a good founda
tion has been laid and that it is upon
this foundation that other cltizuns
must help them build.
'As planned thus far four roads will
be brought to the attention of the
road Superintendent but if others hae
matters to discuss they will be at
liberty to bring up those matters and
it is rather; expected that thase will
Include tho streets of Warren which
-were considered by tho directors of
the Commercial club at a recent meet
ing. Will Talk Auto Run.
It Is also possible that there may
the sohio information as to the pro
posed ran to Phoenix given out or at
'least that a meeting of those who in
tend going by automobile to tho fair
will be arranged.
REBELS HIE GONE;
Last of Important Organized
Bands Are Going Back
Warfare and looting in Sonora, ac
cording to best ad Wees, are practical
ly at an end The governor of Son
ora says the last large band of reb
els in this state passed In Chihuahua
last week through Dolores Pass
There are still small, uno.ganized
bands In various places, bjt even
these are practically destitnte of
anas and provisions, and ready to
m Fall and Winter clothes.
Mas- ZV"Kty Kli
Ed, V, Price & Co,,
we are able to supply hundreds of
the very newest patterns that you'll
not find elsewhere. Select one of
them today for the price you have
in mind, and wear clothes built to fit,
and guaranteed to satisfy.
SUITS FROM $25. to ?45.
REFUGE FOR BIRDS
UNDER HER WING
Mr. Russell Sage.
.Mrs. Russell Sage has bought Marsh
Island. Lju. for J1SO.PO0 and will make
It a refuse for birds. Control will
be placed either fn the hands of the
federal covernment. the state ot
Louisiana, or aa. association organ
ized for the purpose.
This latest of (Mrs, , Sage's benefac
tions, whlcrtndw approximate tn.000.
000. Is In Hfc'e with 'the interest she
has phonn lfi animals Ir. the past.
She htii been Interested In the fe-d-InB
ot Central park. New York,
squirrels, the protection ot robins and
the work -ot tht$ Audoboa society.
make nearly any terms to save them
selves the hardships of winter in the
Moctezuma was the last place
threatened with danger, but Ito.'as
was only bllffing, as he did at Agua
Prieta a few weeks ago. As soon as
he learned that there were about 330
determined men there, well armed
and ready to gie him a house warm
ing if he attempted to carry out his
treat, he vanished, and it Is reported
that he, too. Is "hiking" toward more
congenial , fields, , and it is more than
probable that1" by this time he Is in
Salazar Is.alsojn Chihuahua. Camna
is in Jail and his forces disintegrated;
Alanla -languishes behind the bars in
EI Paso,' fth: a charge of murder
hanging) den ills head, and the ar
mies ($: jvffl?h these generals (?)
commanded are nowhere to be found
in the state of Sonora.
Peace at Cojonla Morelos
The trip of Consul De to the Mo
relos MGrrsori colony has. or will, re
sult in peace there, although the Mor
mons, to any great numbers, will not
return. The Mexicans who occupied
their homes were comnelled to c'.va
Uheni up, and there are prospects ol
i" - .-t uuiuiK iue iuier, uunng
which time the place is expected to
be protected by enough of the owners
or me property to insure safety.
TRIAL FOR WIFE MURDER
WAXAHACHIE. Texas. Oct 14.
Ollie Beaupre, alleged wife murderer,
was arraigned in court here today for
trial, his ense having been brought to
Waxahachle on change of venue from
Dallas, neaupre is alleged to have
killed his wife with a hauhet at their
home In Dallas more than a year ago.
This is the becond trial of the case,
the first trial having ended in a jury
We Have Woolens
Nobody Else Can
to our store and
get measured for your
Being Exclusive local
dealers for those fam
ous Chicago tailors.
1 3-fi NEiNE
Amstcr Pays Fifty Thousand
from Proceeds of Prop
erty; Queen Gets
"BILL" CODY COMING
(Special to The Itevlew)
PATAGONIA, Oct. 14. A mine
that is more than paying its way is
a term that is now applied to the
3-R mine, now claimed by the best
copper experts to be tho greatest high
grade copper mine in the world. On
Thursday of last week Colonel R. It
RIchardeou and A E. Crcpln, owners
of the 3-R mine, went to Tucson b
auto, accompanied by N. L. Amstcr
of Boston, and the second payment
of $30,000 was madei on the mine. To
us Mr. Amster's words, "we are pay
ing Colonel Richardson for bis mine
with his own money, that is, the
mine Is producing us now more than
JG0.000 a month and we can casilv
meet all payments and have some
thing left" Amster stated that he
was still looking for more teams to
haul the ore from tho mine to the
railroad at Palagcnia anu increase
shipments to the Haydcn and El
Paso smelters. There are now -12
teams hauling ore from the mine to
The Copper Queen, through theii
representative Mr. E. Greibe, has
ronded the silver-Kold nronertv oi
the Sheehey !oys. The property Is
located but a short distance from the
World's Fair and adjoins the Chiefs
on the southeast. Tho price stated
by E. Sbeehey is $100,000 to run two
years, and the Copper Queen propose
to siart work with a good size force
oi men at once.
Colonel Wm. F Cody, better known
as "Buffalo Dill," has made locations
on twenty-two claims on the west
side of the Santa Itila mountains
about 8 miles from Patagonia, and
his representative John Morely stateb
mai just as soon as the colonel
closes his wild west show for this
season, which will be some time ear
ly In November the colonel will come,
west to Arizona and start active work
on his new .locations. Tho ground
carrtes eood copper values.
From VT H. WortMngton, general
manager of the Chiefs property Jt ii
learned that good ore is still coming
In the tunnel, and that assays made
in Douglas show the ore to be of good
grade and will stand shipping and
pay a profit The vein is now more
than ten lect wide and still coming
in 3trong and assay returns' froiq
faco of the tunnel show math higher,
grade than the ore firt encountered.
From present indications it looks as'
though the Chiefs will catch the fa
mous World's Fair high grade vela
much sooner than expected. Mr.
Worthlngton has two cars ready for
In addition to making a wonderful
showing In copper and silver tho Pat
agonia district Is now developing
properties containing other precious
metals. From the Grouse property-!
owned hy urosse. Brown and Smith,
n commercial body of molybdcntte Is
being developed that promises large
returns for its owners. To date
they have shipped and received re
turns for four cars of high grade ore
and settlements were made on th
basis of 30 cents per pounds for the
Sam Fenwlck, a prominent mining
man of Sonora. Is In the Patagonia
district examining properties for W.
Hy Worthlngton and associates oi
Douglas. He reports having seen
some of the greatest copper and sil
ver showings in ihl3 district that he
has ever had occasion to visit, and
he Is now arranging to take over two
properties for his people and begin
acme work at an early date.
Tom Fraser. formerly of CIsbee. Is
doing well with his silver property
in the Alto section; this week be has
had all the burros he could get haul
ing good ore to the depot at Pata
gonia. He now has more than a car
load of ore sacked and ready for ship
ment to the El Paso smelter.
Hogan & McCutchen, who came to
the district recently from ntebee and
took a lease on one of the properties
owned by Billy Powers, are making
good and have broken out and sackH
more than 16 tons of silver that tubs
Sl2 in silver and carries 7 copper
rie Disbes boys aW well rrteasM
with their work and hclier? that from
present indications they will be able
to make regular shipments of one
huaared, dollar silver ore from now ofi
Dsrfojr the jsartiek five automo
bile loads of mtnlRZfpien vJWted the
district and all wwit away well
pleased with present development.
All were' aMosndC at the wonderfsl
high grade ore and showing in the
Three It mine.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application, as they 4 cannot
reach the dUeaced portion of tne ear.
There Is only one way to cure dcafneaa,
and that Is by constitutional ramedloa.
Deafness Is caused bv an Inflamed mriIL
I Hon of tho mncous llninir of the Kuita-
cftlan Tube. When this tube U Inflamed
you have a nuibllntr sound or Imperfect
hearing', and when It la entirely closed.
Deafness Is tho result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and tMs
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will b destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are eansed by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi
tion of tfce mucous surfaces.
VVillrlTOiwHeBitnirnI1sn foratiTra of
Uitll Ctnl Cor. Send tor drenlan, rre.
T. J, cn EXZT, OO , Toledo, OUo.
?U HiU'i fiail j nsi Jor costttpaUoa.
which is so
the Blatz products occasions
increasing, favorable comment.
It is so thoroughly and yet so
peculiarly good that beer lovers
everywhere express a decided
LOWELL BEER COMPANY
BY AN ASSASSIN
tContlnuedflrom Pago 1)
crowd, then came. an out-burst of tu
Thoroughly retjsured by the Col
onels action that he was in no se
rious danger, the people presently
settled back in their seats 'to hear his
speech. IloosercR. began to speak
with firm voice, 'bMtjsoniewhat lower
than Us usual ttane except that his
thane- ceaturesifX&e lestT. emphatic
than usul. 'therfiJPwas,-rlothinK about
the man to indicate hi condition.
After speaking a fewmoments, how
eer, his voice sank somewhat, and
he seemed to stand rather unsteadily.
Roosevelt is Game
Dr. Terrell and Colonel Lyon
stepped up to him, and the uoctor in
sisted he should stop.
"I'm going to finish this speech,"
said the Colonel emphatically, "I'm
all right, let me alone."
Dr Terrell and. Colonel Lyon sat
down again. The" Colonel continued
his speech, evidently with an Increas
ing clou, but he succeeded m mak
inig himsell heard, and he talked for
more than an hour.
Then he was rushed to an automo
bile, which 'flashed through, the
streets to the, refiiergency nospltai.
The operating rdepSfnad been placed
in readiness to'feqelve. Colonel Koose
telt, and six leadu&tsurgeons of Mil
waukee were a-aaung his arrival.
Roosevelt wjk tonfiraesed and filacea
on the operating" jt&bie, although he
insisted he was not badly, hurt and
that the doctors S'pre "feking it-too'
Bullet Wounfi' Large Sized
Examination showed the wound
was made b a bullet of large size
It entered the fleshy part of tho
breast half way between the collar
bone and lower rib. Physicians found
they knew no morg .after the examina
tion than before as to the Iocaflon'cf
the bullet, and it was decided to send
I tor an Xray machine to determine
to what depth the. missile bad. peuo-
ttrated While waiting for the X-ray
machine. Colonel Rootevelt eaf up .on
the operating tawe ana taigeu unt
iles and joked with the pfcysicrattr
I'ln the meantime, bidden away in an
inner room at the police station.
Jtooeevelt'4 assailant was being sub
jected to a rigid examination, but he
termed stubbortily to give an' account
of himself, and would a) nothing ex
cept, ' I will tell yon tomorrow.'
Forces Statement y.
After a lone siege, however, the
jKlice forced (rem him the siateoforH'
that be Is John ScbranV. No 270 But
Tenth street, Nw York. Clipping
Jomid in the man's pockets showed he
fcad studied Coloael Roosevelt s lUn
orary carefullr, with the evident jri.
Mention of select Ing. if ptao$a wi$c
Be migM aeeooHHtsn wnai was in aw
Bind. It Is seld at the OUpatnck
hotel, while Roosevelt was at dinner,
that a short, dark man, arboat 40 yea. a
old, made four attempts to gain ad
mlttance to the dining room, being
turned away each time by those who
saw him. It Is said be bore a resem
blance to Schrank.
Two Men In Conspiracy
I'rom this ctrcumsunco, the report
gained currency that two men were
engaged In the attempt to take Col
onel's Roosevelt's life.
The polico tonight wete unable to
gain any evidence to bear oat thlt
T"ho X-ray showed the bullet prnba
tty had lodged In the well of the
ebest but Tlld not penetrate tho
lungs. Me leu tno nospiiai unassui
ed It .was expected that ho woId
lungs. He left tho hospital unassUl
i speuis. uumi raBO al ram
for a case.
Six physicians examined Colonel
Roosevelt's wound. It was found ini
possible to determine the depth pene
trated, and It was decided to tato the
After an hour's examination, the
prisoner told the police he was Join.
Schrank; .'o. 370 Bast Tenth street
TEN EYCK TO ROW RILEY.
SARATOGA, X Y Oct 14 Jame-,
A. Ten Eyck, the veteran oarsmar
who will be CO ears old his net
oirinuay, is to engage in a prize scull
Ing matcj tomorrow on Saratoga I.ake.
.whore ly."sSJ8Jjjtany vlctonts wtti
his oarsttwentyy:cars and more ago
Jim Riley is slated for hi sopponont
In tomorrow's match. The rare will
bo rowed over a three mile course for
a side bet of $1,000 Ten Eyck has de
feated Riley twice and, despite hit
age, expects to do it again
S. P. MAN DROPS DEAD.
SAX PRAXCISCO. Oct II V H
Rising, general freight agtent of the
"-inif-em Pacific, dropped dead a
his desk today. He was 41 yeai--old.
BARRY WINS RACE
LONDON", Oct 14. Ernest Barr
world's champion sculler, defeated Ed
ward II. Durnan, of Toronto on the
Thames river today hy two lengths
NEW YORK. Oct 14. Copper, firm
17.25 to 17.50. Arrivals 1950 tons
Exports this month 11,281 tons Ltad
weal: 5.021-2 bid.
"THIS DATE IN HISTORY"
65S Massachusetts passed an act
prohibiting the Immigration of
1712 George Granville, father of the
'StampAcWbew' Wed -Nov. 13,
1770. . i
1774 Continental CongrtW adopted a
"Dactera'triW of s ColeSal
Rights," claiming self-govern-
r 17S0 Gen. Nathaniel Oreeno
pointed U) command the armies
U In the South, superseding Gen.
4S0G French array wader Napoleon
, defeated the Prussians at hat
- fie of Jena. "
,1837r-Rt Re.. BWwr Caper, V EL
bfcbop of Sesth Carolina, born
in Chnrfoetoa, S .CL,Dicd in Co-
m lumbia, S. Q., April 22, lftOS.
lSe(fc-Twenty-f veheind house de
trwrwj uy are iij tae Irenes
auarter'of OnbecJr a. i
1SS1 Frank HaMon of Iga appointed.
1-oeinwnier ucnerKi ot tne
A Skin of Beauty Is a tfey Fcrcvor.
DR. T. Fsllx Qouraud'o Orlontol
Croam or Moelcal -loutlflor.
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sad ttj LiHAMfc
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- TSa T. HOPES S.PRS., 87 ErtUJas Jl V!k
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Must treat all depositors with cqitel courtesy.
This bank justly claims all ot those essentials and invites your
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street. Blsbee. Arizona
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber & Co Bos ton and Calumet
Lcoan & Bryan, Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
Why not buy a hcjuse qnd 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
Canyon, 3 room huse in Jiggerville. 5 room house in
Upper Lowell. Jfor these and others see
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
and Undertaking Co.
Bswen & Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
eisbee 23 T Loweli 7
Are made of good materials.
Plumber roonng. otc.
If you areieontemplattaK'bifltdfnB
a borne you should cierce goo.1
Ji'dcment In selecting the materials
to be used n Its construction.
If you hurar us you Sill set the
boat and, at prices np Wsbor than in-
fertor materials pre sold at elso-
S,N Lumber Go.
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Dong'as llldg,
- Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale or Exchange
CALIFORNIA - ARIZONA
SEND ME YOUR INQUIRIES
To Gain the Confidence
of the people and increase its business must
have for Officers and Directors business men
-of integrity, active in conducting its affairs
Must bo accommodating and SAFE'
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACOJ
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shlDmenTt In his
He Pays All 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 ths
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAVVTON, G. F. &
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
PASSENGER SERVICE ,
7:35 a. ra. Lt Cllftca ar. 4:03 p. m,
S ao a. m, Lv Guthrie r,T 3:so p. m.
9:,00 a. m. t, Duan Lv 2:38 p. a
10:23 s. m. lv Lo.-daourg i,x 1:33 p. ta
11:30 a. m. Ar Hachita I.s -2:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. m.
South bound train connects with El
Paso Southwestern ean bcun
train for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11.59 a. nu, Mountain rime, and
with -west bosnd train for Douglas
and Blsbee, leaving HacUta at ll:Ea
a. m. Mountain Tim a.
A. T. THOMSON.
Trsrn Hanirar. nilfla.'i. Aria
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESSY, Prop.
1'none 15. Op. Depot Ambulancs