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THE BISBEtt DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, NO VEMBER 5, 1U12.
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ABMT BOARD Oil
90 MILES IE
Officers Taking Testimony
on Claim Against Mexi
can Government Ar
rive in Bisbee
MAKING RIDING TEST
Adjutant General F. J. Kernan If
Washington City, Inspector General
Ell A. Helmlck, of Chicago and Lieu
tenant iloreno. of the Twenty-Eighth
Infantry regiment, now at Fort Suell-
tng, Minnesota, arrived In. Douglas
yesterday and registered at the Cop
per Queen hotel.
These gentlemen compose the army
commissioned named by Secretary
Stlmson. under a resolution of con
gress, to take testimony and make ex
amination of claims of American citi
zens against the Mexico government,
arising from the revolutionary trou
bles In that country.
Meet at El Paso
The commission first meet at El
Paso and are now taking testimony
in the claims at Douglas where one
man was killed and several others
wounded by bullets coming across the
border during the two battles which
occurred &t Agua Prietx
The visiting officials came to Bisbee,
in me performance of a duty which is
Imposed on every cavalry officer of
the army once a year, that of riding
ninety miles la three days once each
year. 2o specific time is required
lor tnis test and Adjutant General
Kernan and his companions decided
that it would bo agreeable to do this
annual riding stunt in Arizona and see
as much as possible of this section of
Ride Sixteen Miles
Yesterday they rode sixteen miles
north from Douglas and return, see
ing on that trip the agricultural de
velopment work going on in the Sul
phur Spring valley. Yesterday they
came to Bisbee and will return to
Douglas today, after taking a look at
the Warren district and learning of
the great mineral industry here.
STATE OFFICIALS GO
TO HOMES 10 BALLOT
U. S. Attorney Morrison Will
Go to Douglas to Try
E. Dupen, secretary to United
States Attorney Morrison arrived inland Southwestern between
tne city yesterday from Phoenix and
the government attorney will arrive
today, returning to Bisbee to cast I1I3
ballot. As at the national capital on
election day there will be little do
ing In official circles at Phoenix to
day, all officials, state and federal, re
turning to their several places of resi
dence to vote.
TImorrow Mr. Morrison will no to
Douglas to represent Lieutenants i
Holderness and Howard of the Ninth
caalry who will be arraigned on
charges of trespass and assault with
a deadly weapon growing out of the
search of the Hotel Mexico at Doug
las. Mexican Consul Cuesta will be
arraigned at the same time. Mr. Mor
rison and his secretary will then re
turn to Phoenix, where a month's
work sUll awaits him In the federal
Remarkable Record Made
A remarkable record was made in
the criminal session of the federal
court Out of 133 cases charging
criminal offenses the government lost
only one. a verdict of acqultal having
been returned by the jury In one case.
The celebrated Goff case will come
up for sentence today at Phoenix. The
defendant is a Douglas woman who i3
'charged with white slavery In connec
tion with a thirteen-year-old niece. She
pleaded not guilty, was found guilty
The familiar letters, S. S. S., stand for Slwffs SnreSpecific, ar name
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The maiority of physical afflictions are caused by bad blood, because a weat.
lluied circulation deprives the system of its necessary strength and dis-i-.-Wstlmr
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THE PURE FOOD GROCERY
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x Albert Taylor. "
Albert Taylor, cue cXDert ot Mll-
.waukeo. Is on the list of those who
have entered for the worM's cham
pionship 18.2 balkllne billiard tourna
ment to be held In New York be
ginning November 11. Others who
jyrtlt take part In the tourney are
(Willie Hoppe, George F. Closson and
Harry. P. CUne of New York. Or
lando Mornlngstar of Pittsburg.
George Sutton and Calvin Demarest
of Chicago and Kojl Yamada of Jap
tan, Twenty-eight games will be r
taulred to complete the regular tour
j&ament competitions, and J5.000 in
GO TO TUCSON ON
Officials of E. P. & S. V.
Railroad To Make Trip
Over New Line
Hawks and Chief Engineer Campbell,
of the El Paso and Southwestern rail
road, went to Tucson yesterday on a
special. These gentlemen will go ov
er the new line on which tracklaying
was completed last week.
It is not known definitely just when
a regular tram service will no put on
as far as Tucson, but according to Su
perintendent King, of the Western di
vision, he expects a train service to
be inaugurated to Tucson by the mid
dle of the present month.
It is expected that the surfacing
work on the new grade will be com
pleted during the next few days.
It, has been agreed that the Golden
State limited will be diverted from
the Southern Pacific to the El Pjso
and Tucson on January 1. When this
Is done several new crews will be re
quired ort the system and to this
trainmen are looking .forward with
Nothing definite has been decided
yet as to what service will be contin
ued to Benson after the regular South
western trains are dherted to Tucson
oer the new branch, but It has been
rumored that Benson mav lie seripd
by the same stub train that now ac
Election returns by wire, this after
noon and evening at Elks' club. Ad
Election returns will be shown at
the Royal Theater tonight Adver
and will be sentenced today If an ap
peal Is not taken. Smith, the man in
the case, was to have been sentenced
yesterday, he having pleaded guilty.
The Fitzslmmons case will be tried
Thursday. Fitzsimmons, who resided
at St. David, in this county, is charg
ed with complicity In smuggling opi
um. He is prepared to fight the case.
Election returns will bo shown at
the Royal Theater tonight Adver
weak or diseased blood, it tones up and regulates
every portion of the system, and creates an abun
dant supply ot nourishing properties -which fill the
.:.M;m anrl hrinrr riealtn to the bodv. S. S. S.
is made entirely of healing, cleansing roots, herbs
and bark3, which are also possessed of great tonic
properties. It docs not contain a particle of min
eral or other harmful drug, and is therefore the pu
rest and safest blood medicine for young or old.
S. S. S. cures Rheumatism. Catarrh, Sores and Ul
cers Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Malaria and all other
of the Celebrated
EVE OF ELECTION
ACTIVE IN BISBEE
Last Night Supporters of
Various Parties Were
Busy in Framing Up Ar
rangements for Today.
OP STATE WINNING
"Now ts the time for all good men
to come to the aid of their party."
That sentense used heretofore by be
ginners on the typewriter as a means
of familiarizing themselves with the
key board. Is the plea of flvo political
Conceded to be the most Important J
election slnco the time of Lincoln, the
last night, the ee of the election was
a busy one In Bisbee, as it was in ev
ery voting precinct in the length and
breadth of the United States of Amer
ica. The democratic party was the
exception, locally, that proved the
Plan Work for Tuesday
At the Crystal club the Bull Moos
ers, many strong, sat with heads to
gether planning the work for the mor
row. It was stated earlier In the day
that the Bull Moosers would hold a
parade and paint up the town, so to
speak, but this was called oft If it
ever was planned. The leaders ar
ranged for advertising the ticket to
day, otherwise there was "nothing for
At the office of Williams and Flan
Igan, In the Allen block, tho republi
cans met In party conclave. They
too met to arrange the details of the
program of work today.
The socialists too have been active
and they say that they will roll up
tho largest vote for Debs ever given
a socialist candidate here. They have
been holding meetings regularly and
have been carrying on a campaign of
Only the democrats of the city have
been idle, so far as concerted work Is
concerned. The apathy is probably
born of a spirit of supreme confidence
in the election of Wilson and Marshall.
The local organization has maintain
ed headquarters In the Copper Queen
notei building for the last several
weeks but there has been little ac
tivity about headquarters. Last night
a number of democrats gathered there
informally and discussed the election
but the ara without the determined
purpose that characterizes the oppos
ing parties. A gratifying message has
teen received from William B. Clea.-y,
who Is campaigning for the democrat
ic national ticket around San Francis
co. He says that while the result in
California will be close he confidently
believes that the democratic ticket
will win the state. Mr. Clear has
been .kept busy by the California state
committee in and around San Francis
co and ended his campaign here last
night He is expected home the latter
part of this week.
Time of Polls Is Fixed
The polls will open this morning
not earlier than 3 o'clock this after
noon. The amendment to the elec
tion law, fixing the time of the open
ing and closing of the polls, has gone
Into effect and will govern today s
Unusually ample facilities for re
ceiving the election returns have been
provided. The Review will receive
the Associated Press service, covering
every town and hamlet in the country
and will be as complete and as rapid
as human Ingenuity can make it. The
Review will begin to receive these re
ports about 3 o'clock In the afternoon
and they will be thrown on a screen
In front of the Orpheum theatre as
fast as they are receded.
Returns in Brewery Gulch
A leased wire has been installed in
the Muheim building at the expense
of a number of business men of Brew
ery gulch and returns will be received
there. They will be given to the
crowd by megaphone from the cement
The Warren District country club
has arranged to recehe the returns
at the cluh house and all members
are Invited to be present An en
tertainment program has been arrang
ed and refreshments will be served.
The car for the country club will leave
Bisbee at 7:30 o'clock.
The election returns will also be
received at the Y. M. C. A., the gym
nasium has been fitted up with chairs
and other conveniences and refresh
ments will be served during the even
ing. The Copper Queen band will
give a concert, beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Everyone is Invited to be
present hear the returns read, par
take of refreshments and listen to the
band. Ladies especially are invited to
National Holiday Today
Today is a national holiday and all
public buildings will be closed, includ
ing banks. Tho schools, however,
will not close as election day Is not
a school holiday. "There is no reason
why the schools should close," said
Superintendent Phllbrook. ".No one
will be deprived of a chance to vote
by the schools remaining at work and
to close them would only break into
Indicating the Interest taken in the
election by Young America, Superin
tendent Phllbrook was petitioned by
the High school boys to be allowed
to remain away from school so that
they might aid In the distribution of
literature for their respective favorite
BURN ,THE MORTGAGE.
'All JatfTes-lHH will assise at tho
Elks Bazaar are cordiallyi Invited to
attend a spread and meeting at the
club house tomorrow evening at &
o'clock. Advertisement. 4L
Election returns by wire, this after
noon and- evening at. Elks' club. Ad
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Wben ou buy here, you get a fresh movement. JUST FROBI
And not an old one that has been fn the house for a year or two.
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2 Doors from Royal Theater. Henkel Jewelry Co.
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21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
Admission oc and 10c
PIMA COUNTY NEED
IS CAPITAL FOR
Hon. Tom Weedin Gives Out
Some Excellent Advice
When Visiting Fair at
Phoenix; Wilson Favorite
MONEY IS NEEDED
FOR NEW RAILROAD
Hon. Tom WeeiL'n, editor of the
Florence BJade, wasa visitor in Phoe
nix last week, taking in the fair. On
Saturday he Is Quoted as follows In
an interview by the Arizona Demo
"Pinal was never more nrosnernns
than she is at present and at no time
in her history had she a brighter
prospect for development than she has
at tns time provided the many con
plated enterprises -wlchln lier bo:!,
ders are not prohibited from materi
alization by unwise governmental
policies that will affrisht capital that
is needed to carry these enterprises
out. tor instance, we need canital
to build a branch railroad to Superior,
as the only thing In the way of the
immediate development of the great
mineral resources of 'that dlbtrict Is
railroad transportation, and surveys
are now being made for sucn rail
road transportation, but the money
must jet be raised for the construe
tion of the- same, as monev is timid
and may be easily kept away by ad
verse legislation or adverse public
sentiment. We also need capital to
build an irrigation system in the Flor
ence valley. In fact, owing to the char
acter of natural conditions in Arizo
na, wo must depend entirelj upon
foreign capital for the development
or ail our resources as individual cap
italists cannot Handle tnem on ac
count of their great magnitude To get
this foreign capital we mutt show
a broad and liberal cplrit.
"Politically, P.nal will b found in
the Wilson column. Our normal demo
cratic majority is about twenty-five.
tut we expect to increase this to
about one hundred. A number of old
line republicans, realizing the hope
lessness of the Taft cause, will vote
for Wilson as a rebuke to Roosevelt
and I do not know of over two demo
crats, or fo-called democrats, who
will go to Teddy."
Election returns by wire, this after
noon and evening ar Elks' club Ad
There' bo ne5 of It StLT a little Koa
don . . the orizfz.il and eoa-ino Catarrti.l
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Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 School IIII1. Telephone 427
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Sound Advice for Emigrants.
"Writing in the "British News of
Canada," an Edinburgh man, who
went out to the Dominion six years
Igo and In that time has been in ev
ry province, says by way of advice
to Intending emigrants: "Come out
to Canada, by all means; there Is
work for you If you are not too proud
(my first job was the pick and
ehovel), but don't by any means come
out here and think you are Just as
good as the man who hired you. Do
rour work, hold your tongue, and
ion't always bo telling us how you do
things at home; we are tired of hear
ing about It Finally, remember that
tho man who pays you wages Is the
doss, in spite ot the yarns ot the eml-
rtlnn aaanti "
State of Ohio, city of Toledo,
a .L,ucas (.ountv. i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he i
senior partner of tho firm or V, J Cheney
& Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo. County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev--K
aje of Catarrh that cannot be cured
byUipitise.of4lAt.T8 CATARRIt CURE.
' FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Cth day of December.
A. t. 1SS6.
(Seal) A. VT. GLRASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, is taken Internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
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Soid by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family rill Xcr constipation.
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Natural Electric 6 lbs.
Westinghouse 6 lbs.
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are sold subject to acceptances or
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