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THE BISSEE MlLY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, .WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1912
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COME 10 BISBEE
Democratic Stalwarts Will
Be Heard in Copper City
Thursday Evening at
the Costello Lot
BOURBONS ARE ACTIVE
( Carl Harden, Wiley Jones and
Qeorfte Purdy Uullard, democratic
stalwarts who are campaigning the
State for the democratic ticket, will
a'rtlvo In Bisbee tomorrow, and lu
tho evening will "preach" democratic
dextrine on the Costello Jot on Mala
street This'lot promised to become
famous as a battling ground.
The evenings have bee,n so pleasant
lately', that lttbas not been necessary
to' secure halls far public speakings,
and political fortunes are being
marred and made within the walls sur
rounding the lot
Democrats Will Be Welcomed
Tbo democrats rlll bo met ,at tb
station and welcomed by a committee
from the local organization, headed by
J.. P. McDonald, who will also Intro
duce the speakers.
- The Bisbee democratic organization
has secured the room to the right
of the front entrance of tho Copper
Qfoeen hotel, which thoy will use as
democratic headquerters until after
tire election on November 5. A ban
ner will be strung across the street
In front of the hotel, announcing tho
location of headquarters there.
Tho three speakers who come to
Bisbee tomorrow will appear at e
eral places In the county, and prepara
tion's arc being made to receive and
'High Hlme at Douglas
They will speak at Douglas Satur
day evening, and the Douglas Inter
national says the following concern
ing preparations for the meeting:
"The Wilson-Marshall club will
meet In the evening previous to the
espeaklng, and march In a body to the
theater, headed by a brass band arvd
possibly a flambeau club there Is a
movement now on foot to organize
such a club.
"At a meeting of the Wilson-Marshall
club held last night at head
quariers, the arrangements .as noted
above were made. II. B. Rice waa
selected as a commltteo to secure a
band and it Is possible the NIntn
Cavalry band will to -employed. C.
A. Taylor was appointed chairman of
. a committee to look after the publicity
end of the event, and A. C Lockwood
was named as a committer on reception."
RAILROAD WILL NOT
AID SUBWff CLEANING
E. P. and S. V. Concern De
cides City of Bisbee
Tho El Paso and Southwestern rail
road will not act with the city In tho
cleaning out ot the subway, which
is ailed with sand and boulders.
There was a general belief that un
der the agreement under which the
subway was constructed, the rail
road and the city wero Jointly re
sponsible for the upkeep of tho sub
way, but- this appears to have been
an error, as no such agreement, has
been located, notwithstanding . a
thorough search has been made
through, the flies in the office of- the
Will not Aid Clearing
Superintendent Knig. of the west
ern division of the road, in company
with officials of the city glvemment.
Inspected the condition of the sub
way a week or more aso, and it was
then stated wheh thati66Nscmfwfw
then stated that the superlnaendent
would take the matter up with tbo
general office ot the road- but It is
understood that tho railroad takes
tho posltlonthat it is not obligated tu
aid In keeping the subway opetn, anii
that as It Is a part of the city's sow
er system, that the city is responsible
for Its upkeep.
Street .Superlntendest Zjstzszs
Wright states that he Is awaiting in
structions .fronf the council to pro
ceed with the work of clearing the
subway. As- a. means of clearing it
out, he suggests unofficially that if
tho permission if the Copper Queen
Mining company can be secured to
dump the the accumulated sand and
rock In the slag dump excavations,
that a temporary track be run to the
mouth of the subway, the sand and
rock picked out and hauled away nu
an ore car.
Mayor Williams conHrmed the re-.
port that an investigation bad failed
to discover any agreement binding tho
railroad to aid In keeping the subwaj
clear, he matter of cleaning out tho
place back ot the post office, which is
filled for a distance ot 2O0 feet,, is
now being considered. hTe mayor
suggested that a tunnel might be
driven through the accumulated sand,
and allow the next rain to wash the
remaining sand out
J. W. Copeland. of Dayton. Ohio,
purchased n bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for hi boy who had a
cold, ?nd before the bottle Wa al!
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill? For Sale by all dealers.
Consul Dye Returns from
Mormon Settlement and
Will Make His Report
Consul Alexander V. Dyo returned
to Douglas yesterday morning from
his trip to Colonla Morelos armod
with n pocket full of papers contain
ing data of conditions nt tho Colonla
and In other parts of Sonora, which
will be made the basis for an exhaus
tive ropcrt to tho state department
The nature of the data or the pros
pective of his repot t were subjects
on which Mr. Dye refused to be In
terviewed. Ho merely said he had
found conditions' about as leprefented
to him by Bishop Ltllywhite and
others when thy returned from tho
colony a few weeks ago.
Was Accompanied by Officials
Consul Dye, accompanied by Mil
lard Haymore. A. G. HuberJ presl
dent of tho municipal of Frpnteras-
J. C. Campos and Josa Gallen, the
latter Judge of Fronteras, arrived at
the colony last Wednesday evening.
He found that s. great deal of damage
had been done; houses despoiled, 'or
gans and other muMcal instrument.
-craAuhnri wlmWhfc'o. tiroVn, sewing ma.
chines ruined, etc., and that the
church had been damaged. The Alex
leans were not occupying the Mormon
homes, however, whtn he ai rived, ex
cept -'n a few instances where they
bad the permission of the owners. Iv
Is surmised trey had moved out
when they ascertained, tho consul was
Establish Civil Government.
The Mexican officials who accom
ranlcd him established civil govern
ment In the colony while there, and
found little resistance. They left
fifty federal troops on guard with in
struction3 to watch and protect tho
colony in all things. Consul Dye says
there are no rebels lu that vicinity
and he anticipates I.ttle further trou
ble In the state of Sonora. He let:
the Morelos mill running on full time
and turning out lots of flour.
Visits El Tlure.
The consul also visited El Tlgfo
and noW the conditions there. The
mine is operating steadily -and there
are no Indications of further trouble.
While there he war entertained by
tho mine company. He saw a party
ot cewboys from Bararac who told
blm that that section of country was
also free from tho rebels.
He feIs sure tho war of loot is
over In Sonora, so far as the present
There's a special advantage in
buying your clothes here an
advantage that economical men
have quickly discovered; a greater
'dollar's worth for every clothes
dollar you outlay. ' ';
That advantage to you is equally
an advantage to us; it isn't philan
thropy on our part or condescen
sion on yours; its a live, up-to-date
policy of business that means
progress to the store that inaug
urates it and complete
satisfaction to- the cus
tomer who patronizes
' ' hfavc made such a policy t
possible because there
.. jsn't-any doubt that they
. 'are'- the best clothes
,"imadc; we're certain
. "they will give you ser
vice in wear, style in. fit
and appearance not only
. '"when you see them in
our mirrors, but when
you've tried them out
in tKcf'tcst of long wean
Kuppenheimer Clothes are
good money's worth where
ever you find them, but
especially so when you get,
at these prices, the extra'
worth you expect and ob
tain in this store
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For The Best In Men's And Boys' Apparel
Non-Partisan Club Organ
ized After Listening to
Speech on Woman Suf
frage by Solon
WIUXOX. Oct 15. Senator H. A.
Davis, of Maricopa county, spoke to
a large and appreciative audience the
other evening on tho subject ot equal
suffrage. He was listened to attent
ively throughout, and was frequently
roundly applauded. lUs arguments in
favor of the measure, were unanswer
able. At the close ot the meeting, a
non-partisan club was organized tor
the furtherance of Tremens suffrage,
and tbo following officers chosen:
William RIggs, democrat, and a mem
ber of the board of supervisors of Co
chise county; H. A. Morgan, republi
can, and treasurer ot the republican
state central committee: C O. Ander
son, progressive, attorney, and ex
editor. I'nder the auspices of these
men and the members of the club,
the work for furtherance ot the cause
of equal suffrage, will be pushed in
the' north end ot tbq county.
Publicity Campaign Planned
The board of trade was reorganized
at a recent meeting. J. W. Angle. was
elected president, p. .O. Anderson sec
retary, and A. Aj Nichols treasurer.
Tho board will take charge of the pub
licity campaign whUj'h Is being Inau
gurated. A fund has. been subscrH-od
which will be usmI.o advertise, this
section, and a list-jut papers, with
a combined circulation of one and a
quarter million, fa being used, r.nd
will be used for the coming year, it
lis hoped that the, effect will be, not
oniy to can attention aionc to tnis
great valley and. its possibilities and
wonderful resources,, but to the whole
state of Arizona., j
J. W. Angle 'lefk Tuesday 'or Ieth
bridge. Alberta, Canada, tu at'ind the
dry farming congress to be he'd there
about tho twentieth, ot this month. He
.took with him muiili literature about
.Jhis section of Arizona, and will put
In his time boosting for Arizona on
4 his way.
Cattle and pats Fine
Cattle shipping -has been in pro
gress here for soma time, and Is
aboirt done. The oottle were shinpod
mostly to California points.
Charles Orunow, of this place,
brought to town recently specimens
of' some oats plafftifil by blm on his
ranch near WIllcox Dune 2.6.. He har
vested thenr on October 6. - The staKs
were Ave feet high, and the head
upon them waflione foot long. The
iield will be '"someftlng phenomenal
; Great activity is"?hofbiJB" the snr
foundlng mining cfmj. The Mas
cot, at Dca CabezatT ISrbrlilng about
100 men, and is Increasing its foice
as" fast as they make room formote
men, and some enormous copper
strikes have also been made at Jo'm
4on and Dragoon recently. With grea
copper camps on each side of us and
only a few miles away, and with the
qevelopment of half a million acrs
6t fine agricultural; land tributary to
Wlllcox, which can be irrigated cheat .
ljy.by means of pumping, Willcox will
ljecome a city of several thousand
people before ten years have rolled
The public schools are ailed to ov
erflow. Nine teachers are being (&
ployed. The high "school now has an
enrollment of 43 pupils
f Special to Daily Itoview)
PHOENIX. Oct J 15. it is an
nounced that the Arizona Democrat of
this city, has been purchased ty Hon.
Geo. A. OIney, Senator Mark Smith.
Hon. W. J. Webb. E. A. Sawyer and
other prominent democrats of tha
State. The Democrat It is understood,
will be continued under the editor
ship of J. O. Dunbar the well known
veteran editor. The' paper for tho Ia3t
two years has been'owned by the lo
cal gas company, which has trans
ferred all tho 8tock..to the new owners.
IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE,
YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST
Although tcere are hundreds pj.
groparayons advertised, there Js only
orie that really stands oHt pre-emlnenC
a a remedy for di&ases of the" "kid
neys, liver and bladder.
i Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands- the
Highest, for the reason that it ha3
proved to be just tlfc rmedy nestled
In thousands upon, thousands of even
Ibp most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root mates friends quickly
boofiuse its mild and Jmmedlatfl pfle4t
Is soon realized. It Js a gentle, healing
' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is a physi
cian's prescription for special diseases,
which is not recommended for every
thing. A Sworn Certificate ot Purity is with
For sale at all drug stores, in bottles
of two sizes fifty-cent' and one-dollar.
SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE BY MAIL
In order to prove what Swam6
Root the great kidney, liver and
hinder remedy will- do for you
vqry reader of the Review who has
no(t already . tried iff jsay receiver -a
sample bottle 'by mall absolutely
free Address Dr. KUmer Co, Ring
haraton, N. y. Write today Adver
Siok headache is. caused by a 'dis
ordered stoniaah. Take Chamber.
Iain's Tablets and correct that a"hd
j sale by all dealers. Adr. 727
ou Don't Unow the
Taste .f Pere Deep
you have tried Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
It is not enough that beer be made pure, it
should be kept pure until it reaches your glass.
Light starts decay eyen in pure beer. Dark
glass gives the best protection against light.
The Brown Bottle -protects Schlitz purity from
the brewery to your glass. .
The cost of purity exceeds all other costs in our brewery.
We go to Bohemia for
hops. One of our partners
selects the barley. We go
down 1400 feet for pure
water. . .
We scald every tub,
keg or barrel, every pipe and
pump every time we use it.
We even filter the air in
which Schlitz is cooled.
Try pure bpcr. Ask for
Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
See that crown or cork
ts branded "Schlitz."
Bisbcc Beer Co.
jgjg&ag? ,, u
.bBo l?sa!r i
That Made Milwaukee Famous.
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back till his assailant was gasping lor
Henry Cochems, who had arisen
from the seat lu the automobile, f-hout-ed
several times: "Don t kill him.
John, don't kill him, John."
Martin, who was wresting the pistol
from Schrank, and holding the asball
ant In a grip fast rendering blm un
conscious, shouted back resentfully:
"My name's not John." The Colonel
laughed over he incident.
Interested in Mottoes
The patient is interested In th mot
toes hanging on the wall ot bis. room,
which he -inspected -when he walked
to the room In .which the X-ray 'pho
fograph' was taken'. He gazed long
and earnestly at views from Adelaide,
Australia, Proctor's ""Sailor Coy,"
which .ornamented his. ante-room. It
"Judge pot the workings of Mi. "brain.
AndJrJt his heart' thou can's t not
What looks to Jhy. dim ayes a, stair..
In God's pure light' may only be,
A scar brought from some well known
Where thou would'st oaly faint and
The Waters passing quietly along
tho hallway, crossed themselves and
murmured prayers when passing tfae
framed apostolic benediction slgne.1
by Pope. Plus X, asking dlrifto farc-r
on Dr. J. II. Murphy, ehlef physie'aR
at the Colonel's bedside, asd "any
patients he might have within the:
Flowers are sent by loads to tb
Colonel's ante-room, bat the enjoy
ment ef the patient was taken In
breathing the odor-laden air, but ow-
ins to the pain, the exertion causo.
he ordo'red that'they be taken .to the
rooms of other patients.
Roosevelt talked little today pi the
attack. Most of his discussion was In
jests with tboso who caled on him.
When the physicians turned baqk the
covers of the bed to examine his
wound. Colonel Roosevelt extlalmed:
rDon'ttloso my place, dooier; . don't
lose my ptece.r He- referred to' tb
took "of ilacauly's Essays bo" had been
heading, which the physician laid to
j one side.
I Anxious About Wound
I He asked seriously how his wound
looked, and leaned his head, forward
from a half sitting posture and sur
veyed it himself. "That doesn't look
i bad, doctor; what do you think?' lie
j "That, as it Is, doesn't bother U3,'
j responded Dr. Slurphy. "It's what
, you do to It."
j Dr. Murphy then explained Jie ifed
ueter rest ana see no one, 59 .as to.
avoid the possibility of a " setback,
Roosevelt was disappointed, but tho
examination being over, a pint ot out
termllk was ordered, and he reached
for his books and smilingly1 ' said:
''All right" An hour's sleQp brought
his good spirits to the flood, and he
j said: "If 1 must stay here, I sup
pose I might as well make .the most
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ROOSEVELTS GUIDE KILLED
CEBOLLA, Colo.. Oct. 13. The
l.ody of Howard Carpenter, Roose
velt's guide to Gunnison a few y'ars
ago. was reported today to be found
at the headwaters of Elk Creek, sev
enty miles west of Gunnison, after
a search of two weeks.
The flesh practically was stripped
from the bones. It Is believed he
had been attacked by a wounded bear
and dragged. to the thicket where his
body was found.
ROOSEVELTS GO TO CHICAGO
THERE IS BEAUTY AND LUXUR-
nv vnnir n-t 1-. . n-v
doro Roosevelt, SUbs Kthel Roosevelt,
Theodore Roosevelt Jr..-and Dr. Al
exander Lambert, their family physi
cian, left New York for Chicago on
the Twenthieth Century Limited at
i o'clock this afternoon.
MHGE lH EVERY OOTTLE OPHERPIGIDE
Did you ever have e dealer offer
you a. tyrge bottle of soine.thjng..atuI
tell you 'it was" k better remedy for
the hair than Npsybro'sHerptcide and
cheaper, because: n a larger bottle T
. ,VMtI Certainly wo hpeWyou-uad
Many otlr peojue havo;jiloo
t "What would you say to -t list same
dealer were, ho to tell you a; silver-dollar
-was worth more than a rive-dollar
' gold piece r-ecauae It Is larger.
Such an attempt being a reflection
upon your good sense yon would pro
ably say some rather pointed things
I to him. You woBld be justified. Your
self-respect would demand it.
Well, titer are just as many good
reasotM for tha 'difference in siie be
tween those bottles as there are frr
tho" difference in size between . the
silver dolfcu and the rive dollar gold
icee., "' ''
The truth is that the large botHe
isn't tMilf larStt enough. ' v
Ther is' more rirtirf In a "half pint
of Xewbro's Horpioide than-in"- gal J
iqbdi buihu 01 iuc nu-eauexi nair prap
arafloffi ie ' " "' v
Noj Then w!y buy It? Ybffr, JttiiH
ment. intelHonloe aurti1bx2'rr5l
of josr frtsadi, rf not yourtw1ti'r77
out against it
You know hen you. go into that
store that Herpiclde Is what you need
and want.- i:
- You KNOW that Herplcido is the
original scalp prophylactic.
You KNOW that Heiplcide kill the
dandruff gerra. . ,, '. .
You KNOW that Herpiclde stop
falling hair. .
You KNOW that HerpleSde. matws
the hair light, fluffy ad ouMl.
You know these thiBtje la the same
Way you know that tte live dollar
gold piece, notwithstanding. Ms size,
is more valuable than the stiver dol
Then Insist oa having nenuipe Her
pieido. j i
Xevvbro's llerploide ii. &c nwl $UB0
sites is sokl by.ail daaera'v.Ho''glWr
antoelt to do' ail-that Is cteltHed. If
yo are npt satisfied yenp raoy '.)ill
bo rfnded. '- , V
-.Applications obtaBd-- at- thst beat
barber shops and. halr0ress1igr ittr
lord. - - f.ji
Send 10c In poatgf) r ejlfr'apr
sfltnde and booklet to Th flrpfTde
Co'Dept, R., DetroK MMiX - V,
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