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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNI2MS, OCTOBER 31,1912.
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SHERIFF BAKER I
City iMarshal Watkins Look
ing for Typical Califor
nian Overlooks Kern
County Custodian -
Sheriff Baker, ot Kern count?-, Cal
Ifornla. is the smallest sheriff in thu
alate of California, thaoh ho sa3
that he his two deputies smaller than
When the erirf stenped off the
train jesterdav mottling, a dapper tit
le man wearing a Judge Rumajuscr
lid. a neat brown business suit. tu:i
shoee and smoking a clgarct of the
uuspeakablo Turkish kind, ho ualkeJ
directly under the gaie ot City Mar
thall Bassett Watkins, who was at
the station to meet the California of
fjr. and was expecting that the Ca
i.'wala officer would be a sir-foot
cpsciincn with feet to match
Did Not Recognize Sheriff
The city marshal had been some
what peeved at the delay of the Car- i
i torn la authorities in sending for Hoc '
co, shorn he had arretted here at
their request on October IT and when
as he thought, the officer did not ar
rhe on that train, his indignation
vented Itself In studied terms or
Baker Pleads Guilty to Delay
Sheriff 13a fee r herd the noise an-l
from professional instinct drew nigh
unto City Marshal Watkins and when
the latter had relleed himself of the
Underwear for Winter
THAT COLD SNAP IS
SUHELT COMING UP
and no man can afford to risk the
colds and even pneumonia which
cold daj-B threaten
IN nuriXG UNDERWEAR and
other MEN'S FURNISHINGS Jour
first thought should bo A MEN'S
WE WIIX SAY that in regard to
underwear we have never shown
as large a variety of HIGH GRADE
GARMENTS and we KNOW we
can suit almost ary Idea you may
have and desire in underwear.
COOPFRS is a strong feature hro
w hae that good make in many
weights and prices.
OTHER M VKES GALORE la Cot,
ton and wool.
.50 Cents a Garment
to $5.00 a Suit
Come for your Underwear
While the Size Assortment
Is Complete. zt
Sweater Coats and
FOR SEVERAL SEASONS we
have been told time and again
that oar SWEATER COAT LINE
was the best to be seen in Bisbee.
V-NECK. ROUGH-NECKS. VESTS
aid all styles and colors n all of
The Proper Place to Buy
A Man's Sweater Coat
3.00 UP TO $8.00
SCHWARTZ BROS. GO.
The Safe Place Main St.
First Arizona State Fair3
Gra-id Duke Alexis.
Great amlety prevails in Russia
over the condition or Grand Duke
Alexis, the young heir to the Rus
sian throne, who recently met with
a serious accident. Religious ser
vices, at which prayers are offered
for his recovery, are being held in
many cities throughout the kingdom.
The strictest silence is preserved as
to the nature ot the accident.
load on his chest. Baker quietly ad
mitted that he was himself, who bad
co mo to Bisbee afte riocco and plead
ed guilty to apparent delay, but ex
plained that he was detained at Phoe
nix a day and a half while the govern
or satisfied himself that tho requisi
tion for Rocco was on the square.
"I was twenty-four minutes getting
a requisition request from the go
crnor of California and a day and a
half In getting it granted by the gov
ernor or Arizona," said Sboriff Rak
er. Ell BAILEY SAYS
Predicts Four Hundred Ma
jority for Democrats in
Hon Neil E Bally, formerly of this
county, but now superintendent of the
Jerome railroad in Yavapai courity Is
attending the fair at Phoenix this
week Quoting on the political situa
tion the Arizona Democrat saj-s:
"Governor Wilson will carry Yava
pai county by at least four hundred
votes over Taft and Roosevelt combin
ed," declared Neil E. Bailey of Jercfmo
who is a visitor In Phoenix attending
Mr. Bailey has always taken a prom
inent part in Yavapai county politics
and is in a position to know whereof
he speaks when he deals with political
"I am an enthusiastic supporter of
Goernor Wilson and for that very
reasonhave made my estimate of the
Yavapai county ote In Wilson's favor
somewhat lower than it will actually
be. I have often seen a man earned
away by enthusiasm make political
predictions that have fallen flat For
that reason J have underestimated 11
anything, the Wilson strength in Ya
vapai. he added.
The democratic committee has tak
en a careful poll of the votes of Ya
vapai county and from the figures ob
tained by the committee, Mr. Bailey U
of the opinion that Governor Wilson
"will receive at the least calculation
1500 votes while Taft and Roosevelt
will about evenly divide the republican
strength with tne third termer ha
Ing a little the 'Lest of it. Roosevelt
he estimates, wU receive In the
neighborhood of 'six hundred votes,
while President Talt will receive one
hundred less, or about five hundred.
The same conditions that exists In
Yavapai holds good in the other
northern counties also according to
Mr. Bailey. Counties in the norib
that always havo been republican
strongholds will bo found in the Wil
son column at the coming election,
he says. President Taft will secure
the greater proportion of the north-
j era republican vote, he thinks.
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'Comrade" Editor's Effort to
Destroy Democratic Posi
tion on Pensions Is
CIRCULAR TO G. A. R.
"snoring the fact that the Democrat
! bouse passed the most liberal pen
sion bill in tho history ot tho United
St-t?s and that it was tbo Republican
senate that reduced tho appropriation
h editor ot the National Tribune of
Washington has appealed to grand
army postc all over the country to sup
ply campaign material for use against
the Democratic party.
Colonel (Sergeant) John McElroy.tho
editor, has not met always with the
co-operalloa he desired This is evi
denced by the fact that indignant
grand army men have forwarded his
circular letters to Democratic natlnn.il
headquarters In New York with their
protests against the playing of such)
politics within the old soldiers' organ
Quest for "Mean" Things.
Editor McElroy's appeal was sent
out, mlmecgraphed. on the letterhead
ot tho National Tribune, with his own
name at tho top. The letter read:
Sept 1J. 1511
Comrade We are anxtoas to cet the ex
pression of editorials jon pensions from
the papers rupportlns Wilson In your
leighborhood. Wilt you kindly look over
j the flies of your loat papers anil send us
jijruiiriK particularly rarsn ana mean
which they have published. We want to
show conclusively the attitude of the men
who are supportlns Wilson and who will
control his administration tf elected.
Please send these at your earliest con
venience, as the time Is short. Fraternal
V. THE NATIONAL TItlBtlNE.
i One ot the replies sent to the Trlb-
lleadquarters Cushlng Post. No. H. d. A.
AV.orla. Ore., Sept. M. Wit
National Tribune. Washington. D. C:
Gentlemen Tour communication ad
dressed to me as adjutant of Cushlng
Post. No. 14. ot the 17th Inst. 1 found to
day on my return from the national en
campment at I-os Aneeles, Cat Thus the
delay In answering;
Tou wish me to look over the flies of
our local papers and send you "anythlns
particularly harsh and mean which they
have published regarding pensions As
you have spcclfled that these "harsh"
and "mean" comments must be from pa
pers supporting Wilson I must Inform
you that the papers supporting Wilson
throughout the state, so far as I have
leen able to learn, are friendly toward
the Interests of the civil war veterans
and Indorse the action of the Democratic
house of the United States congress tn Its
passage of the pension LIU In the special
and last session of congress and have no
fault to find with Senator Kern for his
eloquent appeal In the semfte In behalf ot
the civil war eterans.
If you are really looking for "mean"
and "harsh" editorials along this line. If
our object In this search la for tho In
terests of the old soldiers, you win rind
enough "mean" and "harsh" things In
the papers that are supporting Mr. Taft.
And if yon wish to prospect away out
here In Oregon (politically) for other than
pure gold please excuse the adjutant of
Cushlng Post. No. H. department of Ore
gon. Q. A. It., fn assisting.
li F. ALLEN.
WHY TAFT OR ROOSEVELT?
Price of Food Products Have Soared
Under Them, Yet They Promise Re
ductions. According to the bulletin of the fed
eral bureau of labor the average price
of a dozea or more of the principal ar
ticles of food has Increased 50 per cent
in the last ten years.
Tho price of flour has increased 39
per cent., lard 55 per cent., steak 59
per cent,, hams 61 per cent., cormneal
63 per cent, rib roast 63 per cent,
round steak 84 per cent, pork chop3
SC per cent, bacon 96 per cent, and
Irish potatoes 11 per cent
During these ten years of rising
prices Roosevelt and Taft were at the
head ot the government Both of them
want to be at the head of tho govern
Does any sane man believe that If
these men In ten years did nothing to
retard the rise of prices which are
oppressing the people they would do
anything In four years? Rather. Judg
ing' by the past, we should be paying
approximately 25 per cent more than
te, do now, or 75 per cent more than
V4 did ten years ago.
m BACK HIES
Bisbee Victims Will Receive
from Italian Confidence
Man SI500 Secured
It Ifl reported that "When William
Louis Besaolo, charged by the United
States government with using the
malls to defraud, entered a plea of
guilty in the federal court at Phoe
nix, after having plead not guilty, and
was sentenced to eleven months in
the federal penltentfary, that it was
agreed that he should pay back to
those whom he defrauded the sums
that be obtained from them.
If this is true approximately $1,500
said to have Leen obtained from Ital
ian resident ot Bisbee will be re
turned to them The extreme light
ness of the sentence lends support to
the belief that the report Is true.
TO BE DEPORTED
Youth of 18 Years Tries to
Pass Through Port of
Entry Without Exam
ination at Naco
IS ACCUSED OF CRIME
Knrique Anaya. a Mexican, IS,
years old, was arrested here jester-1
day by Immigration Inspector George
ijookwcod of Naco. charged with pass-1
ing through a port of entry without j
examination, lie was lodged In, the )
Hlfibce branch) county Jail and inspec
tor Shafer, ot -.Naco. will come for mm
this morning and take him to Tuckm,
where ho will he examined by Alfred
K. Ueunet. Inspector (in churge at
For a crime that was committed In
1909 tor which AnaM paid the state
of Arizona by spending to years iu
tho reioini school at Heneon. the
United States government will prou
al'ly o. dor Anaya deported to Mox-
Anaya Not Wanted Here
The state ot Arizona, whose law
he 'troke over three years ago uy
committing the offonse of burg!ur,
does not want Anaya. His penalty
tor that crime has teen paid tto state
and so far as the state is concerned
he Is free to go and come at will
After he had been released from the
reform school and -after, it Is as
sumed, that he bad been "reformed"
and made over Into citizenship ma
terial, Anaya came to Biibee and
went to work leading an honorable
life so far as anyone knows to tho
Believing that be was a free man.
owing penalty for ao offense, Anaya
went to Cananea and remained for
several months. Then he started back
to Bisbee, which he claimed as his
home. He was intercepted at the
immigration office at Naco and after
a preliminary inspection be was told
to attend the immigration office on
the following day.
Anaya Goes Across Line
For some reason Anaya did not
show up at the Immigration office
on the following day, nor on the fol
lowing day, nor ever again. He cross
ed the international line and arrived
Ono of the conditions of admission
into the United States Is that the im
migrant must be Innocent of having
committed a crime or crimes involv
ing moral turpitude and it Is said that
the government will construe the burg
lary committed by Anaya before he at
tained the age of moral responsibili
ty as such a crime and on this ground
will seek to have him deported front
the United States.
Law Conflict Cited
The case cites a remarkable cm
Met between the laws of the United
States and those of Arizona, if the
tlew of the immigration inspectors
that the crime of burglary committed
oer three years ago Is ground Tor
deportation Is correct.
Anaya does not look as if he nero
a crlminial He is well-built physical
ly, has a ell-formed head and an in
telligent face On tho whole his ap
pearance is Infinitely superior to that
of the average Mexican seen in the
Justice courts of Bisbee. Yet because
in his youth he committed a crime,
for which he has paid every penalty
imposed by the law. ho Id considered
as having committed a crime involv
ing moral turpitude.
The immigration officials are actu
ated by a duty which is prescribed In
black and white but the circumstances
of this case seem to Justify the con
clusion that the opportunity for I he
use of Judgment discretion and even
humanitarinnism, has been excluded.
Married In Dcurjlas.
Frank M. I)on;i. tho prominent at
torney cf Douglas, was married in
that city jesterday ?;ternoon to MI53
Florence House, a well krown and
estimable young lady. The wedding
was a -julet one and occurred at tho
non .? ot tho bride's trother. Af.'er
tho ceremony had been performed;
Mr. and Mrs Roan left for Pan
Francisco for a i-ncymoon tr.ji
which will l:st two .iks. Mr. l-n
liaB uian frind3 In fc:H.e wia wli
wjph him ,,'oy jiad, i''-ivrlty.
Ycstei day's Hotsl i-'ijls.
At tho f'TJ-V t.'Uffti hotel
Ifoe"n':'r.r. Hi Ixu-s; Me
Hnn Mrt.rrit-it. V '' : J II. Vli:u
ICansas CItv: Mm W. X Burke. Den
ver; D. W Beldon. El Paso: Mrs. E.
Hamatoan, Fort Worth; Fred. J. Per
ry. Los Aneeles; L. Schott. Toledo
Peorjro T Werden. New York; T. B.
Grace. Kl Paso; Ross Ounnlnfrnlck.
llouclas: F. L-' Haden. Fort "Worth:
Randolph Martin, San Francisco: Bert
Israels. Chicago; W. F. Hayes, Chica
go; W. J. Bnrke, Cananea; V. A.
Wright and wife, Chicago; D. O. Wat
son rnd children, Cananea; N. Palm
er, Cananea; Mr. and Mrs C. W.
Moss, El r aso; A. A. Clouthler, Can
anea. At the Philadelphia hotel: V. A.
Perry, Tucson; W. J. Martin and
wife. Kl Paso; H. M. Houser; W.
Frotieek. French Gulch, Cal.; F. U.
Borsntson. San Nicholas mine, Sonora;
F J. Manning, Cananea.
Territorial Secretary Here.
Miss Ulllan E. Janes, territorial
secretary of tho Y. W. C. A., her
jurisdiction comprislntc Arizona and
California. Is In the city as the guest
of the local association. She will
I Brief Loca! Items
Mrs. C. Cole Tells How Her
Daughter Wa3 Restored to '
Health by Lydia E. Pink- I
ham's Compound. .
Fitchvil'e, Ohio.-"I tako creat pleas-
ore in writing to thank you for what your '
iyyur 7"i mfuiano naa oono
vi iijjr tuiugiiier. i
our medicine she
was nil run tfowu,
suffered from pains j
in her side, could not j
walk but a short dis
tanco at a time, and
had scvero pains in '
head and limbs. She '
came very near hav-1
Injr nervou3 nrosira-
tion. She had begun to cough a good i
deJ and seemed melancholy by spells.
She tried two doctors but got little heJp. i
"I cannot find v;ords to express my
gratefulness for what Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done for j
my daughter. She feels and looks like
another girl since taking it, and I shall j
id ways feel that I owe you a great debt ,
" You can use this letter for the bene-1
fit of others if ycu wish, as I shall fd-l
ways recommend your medicines for fe
male troubles." Mrs. C COLE, Fitch
Hundreds of such letters from moth
ers expressing their gratitude for what
Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Com
pound has accomplished have been re
ceived by die Lydia E. Pinkhcm Blodl
cino Company, Lynn, Mass.
Young Girls, Hcctl This Advice.
Giris who arc troubled Trith painful or
irregular periods, backache, hcadach' ,
or indigestion, should immediately suck
restoration to health by taking LyJic II
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
lcav this afternoon for Phoenix to
visit tl-c Phoenix Y. W. C. A.
A hallowe'en party was given by
Miss Bernco Bean Tuesday evening
twenty-four ot her young friends be
ing her guests at supper. The homo
was aunroprlately decorated and hal-
lowe'en games wero played. Miss '
Maude Ilrpal was cbaperone for the
Infant Son Dies.
The infant son ot Mrs. and Mrs.
Ygnoz Straussick died yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock. Tho funeral
was held yesterday afternoon from
tho residence and Interment was In i
Aged Resident Dies. !
George Ttezlse, ngod 71, the father 1
of J. P. Trezlse, died yesterday morn- ,
Ing at 5:30 o'clock at his home on
School Hill. His wito died several
years ago. He had resided 'in the dls- j
trlct for h number of years and was
highly respected by all who knew
him. The funeral will bo held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the resi
dence, conducted by Itev. E. G. Dock
er, of the Methodist church and in
terment will bo In Evergreen ccnto
tery. Will Send Body to Douglas.
Tho body of Mrs. Budd Sanders
who committed suicide Tuesday after- j
noon at her home on Laundry hill
by shooting herself with a pistol, will
be sent to Douglas this morning and
interment will be made in the family
cemetery four miles north of that
city. Mrs. Sanders was 22 years of 1
ace and was the daughter of J. A. 1
Wills of DouglaB. A verdict of
death by suicide was returned by the
coroner's Jury last night at 7 o'clock.
The evidence did not discover a mo
tive for the act of suicide but It was
assumed that grief over the death ot
the only child was the cause
Burns Inquest Postponed,
The coroner's 'inquest on the body
of Robert Burns, the negro who com
mitted suicide Tuesday afternoon by
shooting himself through the head,
was postponed until 3-30 o'clock this
afternoon on account of tho failure of
two ot the Jurymen to appear. Mil
ton Burns, a brother ot tho dead man,
of Las Vegas, N. M., will arrive In
tho city today and the body of Rob
ert Burns will be sent to Las Vegas
YOUTHFUL SLAYER ON TRIAL
SHERVErjDRT, la.. Oct 30.-Jo-seph
O'Dwyer, an 18-year-old boy,
was arraigned in court here today to
stand trial for murder. He Is accused
of killing Thomas P. Whitehead, an
aged paralytic, near the bitter's home
on August 20 last. According to eyes
witnesses, O'Dwyer slapped the seven-year-old
daughted of Whitehead and
drew a pistol on a married daughter.
Tho youth then called Whitehead to
the gate and shot him through the
breast, causing death two hours later.
The vicUm of the tragedy 'left a wife
and eight children.
NOTABLE WEDDING IN LONDON
LONDON, OcL 30. At one of Ihe
most brilliant weddings of the sea
eon. Miss Benson,- daughter of Mrs.
Robert Benson, who Is equally well
known to sodety In New York and
London, today became tho bride of
CapL Hereward Wakes, D. S O, 60th
Rifles. The ceremony took place at
St. Margaret's Westminster. The brldo
was attended by eight bridesmaids
The ceremony at the church was fol
lowed by a large reception at Dorches
ter House, the London home of the .
American ambassador, which was j
loaned for the occasion. j
?v S, !?? Vf
October 28 to November 2.
Lots of Quail and Deer
Do you realize that Quail and Deer Season are now
open, and if you are no t getting your hnre of this
season's hunt it is no one's fault hut yours. We have
the guns and ammunition to get the game, why not
go out and enjoy a week of hunting?
U. M. C. steel lined shotgun shells hold the
world's record, we have them in all sizes and prices.
Also Remington pump and autoloading shotguns as
well as the new 20 ga. Stevens' repeating shotgun
and the new Remington 30 cal. pump rifle, built like
the Remington shotgun, solid top. We have the larg
est line of standard Winchesters in the entire South
west. Also such a Smith, Remington, Colt, Stevens,
Savage and other well known makes.
Remington Autoloading Shotgun $30.03
Hunting knives, camp axes, rifle sights, tents,
bed sheets, cartridge belts, gun cases, etc., etc.
Don't forget our immense stock of sporting
goods, for golf and tennis, also punching bags, box
ing gloves, football goods
things this season.
The Man Who
with this bank will tell you why he
thinks YOU should do business with
The man who has an account wtih us
is our best advertisement-much of our
growth has been due to the indorsement
of our depositors? "" """'' "-w,',-''
If you anticipate making a change in
your hanking connection just talk to
anv one or a score of our depositors.
4 per cent
u 10 1 FOR WILSON
That Is Report Given Out in
Phoenix by Hon. John
John J. Birdno, former chairman of
the democratic state committee and
than whom there Is no shrewder
observer of political conditions, Is
a Fair week visitor in Phoenix and
brings the news from his home
county that Graham will give Gov
ernor Wilson a majority of at least
700 over Roosevelt.
Birdno has made a careful poll o'
the voters of Graham county and from
the figures he has gathered estimate!
that the vote of his county will be
Governor Wilson 800
Roosevelt ..- 100
The vote of President Taft, Mr
Birdno says, will not reach fifty and
will probably be about half thit
number, but rather than overestimate
the vote of Governor Wilson he has
been more liberal to the other two
jL"jBMBFJU1J1SsM"' " "ll-"'"llli ' ',. ,, .Jl ' i ii i
Pump Sho'gun $25.00
and many other
Why He Did It.
"So your oldest boy has joined tho
Sice club?" "Yes." "What caused him
to tako that step?" "I don't know.
But. Judging by sound, I guess It must
havo been melancholia."
j Ipttcad of treating wood to pre-
sirve 11 irora rot. an ravcaior 01 iu
dapcat arrives at the same result by
a reversal of the operation, for ho
treats the earth to surround the pests
in euch a manner as to destroy all
grm end Insect life. This process
serves as a substitute where It Is
difficult to secure the treated lumber.
It is called "perliterlllzaUon."
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of to ear.
There is only one way to cure deolness.
And that i bv rnnatitutianal remedies.
Deafneu la caused by an lnSamcd condi
tion of the mucous llnlnff ot the Eusta
chian Tube. When thla tube U inflamed
you have a nuibllajr sound or Imperfect
hearlmr. and when It U entirely cloeed.
Deafneu Is the result, and unless the In
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever; nlno
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothlnc but an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
TVwlIIirlTeOnniniJrrtrlUrs fo'MiTeM ot
IVsitanii (canint bycsttfTM thtnnobctireJ br
T. 3. Cnsarr, 4 CO, Toledo, Cftlo.
Tax H" f "r FU2 for connlmUon.
Has An Account