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ROSE SENTENCED 10
TERM OFJTEN YEARS
Man Accused of Assault on
Vife Changes Plea of
J. W. nose, or "Jack" Itoso. who
shot Mrs. Gladys Tucker seteral
weeks ago during a quarrel at a room
ing house on School Hill, has changed
his plea tn the superior court to one
of guilty to the charge ot assault with
a deadly weapon and as sentenced
by the court under the Indeterminate
sentence law, his term to be from one
to ten years.
Changes His Plea
Rose at first entered a plea ot not
guilty and he waived preliminary ex
amination In the local justice court,
under heavy bond. Seeral days ago
he requested a conference with Act
ing County Attorney Alexander Slur
ry, during which he stated that ho
wished to withdraw his former j)lea
ot not guilty and enter a plea ot guil
ty. The new plea was agreed to and
Rose was sentenced
Several weeks ago Rose went to
the. rooming house looking for his wife
whom he is said to have believed was
there. Mrs. Tucker happened to be
at the rooming house at the time and
resented Rose's action, bringing about
a quarrel between the two She grap
pled with Rose, catching him by the
arm In which he held the revolver
During the altercation Rose dis
charged the revolver and It passed
through the woman's left leg above
too knee and imbedded Itself In the
DUWT POWDER MI
'GREETED WITH DINNER
j The return of Jack Rice, former
traveling agent of the DuPont Pow
der company In the state of Arizona
and for many ycarc?a resident "of
Blsbee was welcomed'wlth a dinner
at the Copper Qoeen hotel. The din
ner In part also served as a farewell
tribute to "the popular voung business
man who has been promoted from the
local terrltorv to the managership of
the San Francisco office Joseph r.
Rice, a brother will in the future
handle the Arizona territory for the
Du Pont people.
Among the well wishers of "Jack"
were the following geDtlemen. J. B.
Rico, J. S. Mo-fclsh, W B. Gohring,
J. St. Rose. W HfRnrM Tfinl Ciov.
ens, W Stevens, V Congdon, It S.
"vVeiner H. Poppin, M J. Cunning,
ham, I j. Toser and Dr Gonzales.
THE Til TO SAVE
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Xowbro's Herpicide is the one rem
edy on our druggist's shelves which
may alvvavs Le depended upon
Instead of complaining to joJr
friends and mourning over jour loss
ot hair, call upon jour local druggist
and purchase a bottle of Newbro's
It Is the first and original remedy,
guaranteed to kill dandruff, stop itch
ing and check falling hair.
You can save the hair jou have
much easier than you can .grow new.
The time to save your hair is now.
The remedy for doing it Is Newbro's
The same opportunity never comes
Arpl'Cations at good barber shops.
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and $1 00
sizes Is sold by all dealers who guar,
antee it to do all that is claimed If
you are not satisfied jour money
will be refunded Aavertisement 472
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Nature's laws are perfect, bat diseae follovrs if these laws are not obeyed.
Go straight to nature for the cure, to the forest ; there are mysteries here that wr
can fathom for you. Take the bark of the wild-cherry tree, the root of mandrake,
stone, Oregon rape root, queen's root, Moodroot and golden seal, make a sciea
WSe, non-alcoholic extract of them with just the right proportions and you have
Doctor Pierce's Golden 3Iedical Discovery.
It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists, eight years of
hard work experimenting to make this pure glyceric extract and elterative of tho
greatest efficiency and withont the use of a particle of alcohol.
just me son oi remeay you neea to makencn, red
blood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bears the stamp of
Public ArrKOVAL and has sold more largely in the past forty
years than any other blood purifier an J stomach tonic.
"Same thus aso I sot oat of health my stomach seemed to be the
peat of tba trouble." writes Me. Ezax Wn IUM3. of BeUevUie. Kaos.
'l commenced to doctor with all tho doctors at home as well as with
ether rpeeiahsts on stomach and dlffestlve onzans. Nona seetred to do
cay Rood in fact, nwt of the medicine did me harm. Finally. 1 wrota
to tr. Pterte. Bnflilo. N. Y who ref lied, tatint that I had liver com
plaint with iodieesticn and con.tipatioa, and advised Dr. Pierce's GoHea
1m4 im! ntMiww, 9tu4 PLunt Pellets.
"The 'Discovery aid. 'Pei)et." have 'pot ma on my feet ajaln
seeacdtobejcstwhatlsaedad. I could not taTorccOTcredwitboot them."
Dr. Pierce's Pleaseat Pallets aro tor liver Hi.
Try a Package
It ranks high among pure food products
$1.00 per lb.
J. B. ANGIUS
THE. PURE FOOD GROCERY
Death hovers over Alike Murphy,
grand old man ot amateur athletics
and trainer of the American Oiyxpplo
team. Murphy's health bos teen sink
ing for several months and he is so
looser bble to act as trainer at th
University of Pennsylvania. Pnysl
clans fear It is only a matter ot
'weeks when he will give way to the
dticase which apparenilyrU fait sap
fpjngjja Tltallty. - - i-vv1
Democrats Get Mayor and
Will Control Council
TOMBSTONE. Nov. 3. In the city
election here today the democrats
elected the mayor. Chief of Police and
one councilman from the Second ward.
The republicans carried the council
man in ine ifirst. TMrd and Fourth
wards The vote was as follows-
Kuckenbeqker (D) for mayor
Bravin (D) Chief Police
Councilman 1st ward.
4 th ward
Prom returns which were received
from the state last night the initiative
and referendum measures submitted
to the direct vote of the people have
all been endorsed. Including the con
stitutional amendment giving to the
women the right to vote.
The constitutional amendments in
clude the recall of judges, giving the
state the right to engage in industrial
pursuits giving the women the right
to vote, providing for limiting the In
debtedness nf miinlrl null Moo nnH ,!
ing the legislature full iiower to regu-
lauug assessment and taxation
The railroad bills which were heU
ut by referendum rotirinno .., -n
been approved, it is believed, by heavy
majority, as also tne miners' lien law
and the game law
of the Celebrated
VHE BISBEE DAILY .REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ti, 1912-
CHURCH OETS MONEY
Court Holds That $2,000,000
Left by Mrs. Eddy Be
longs to Institution
BOSTON, Nov. 5. Mrs. Mary Ba
ker O. Eddy, founder of the Christian
Science church, had In Massachusetts
at the time ot ber death $82,843.75 in
personal property and real estate val
ued at $155,000, according to the re
port ot Thomas V. Streator, Freder
ick El JenningB and John W. Worth-
tngton, who were appointed by the
probate court to appraise the estate.
They were Instructed to make return
to Josian Foranald, of Concord, N.
H, administrator of the will ot Mrs.
Eddy, allowed by the courts of New
Goes to Church
All the personal property goes to
the Christian Science church under
the decision of the supreme court of
New Hampshire, which sustained the
will ot Mrs. Eday. The entire-amount
which the New Hampshire admlals
trator will turn over to the church Is
The Massachusetts supreme court,
which has Jurisdiction only over the
$155,000 of real estate within the
commonwealth, has decided that the
statute bars the Christian Science
church from receiving this property
as left by Mrs. Eddy's will, but that
the property may be administered as
a charitable trust by the trustees ap
pointed by the court .
(Continued from Page 1
count on the amendments is slow hut
the best impression is that they will
all carry in Gila county but'the ma
Jority will not be beavj The miners
lien legislation probably has been de
feated in Gila.
PHOENIX IN LINE
Thirty out of thirty seven precincts
gave Wilson 2191; Taft 484 and Roose
velt 1843 votes Carl Hajden is lead
Ing the democratic ticket by 130. The
remaining precincts except Mesa, are
small Women suffrage carried in
every precinct but meager reports are
had as to the other measures.
PHOE.VIX, Nov 5. Returns from
half the precincts of this county, the
larger one of Phoenix do not yet In-
aicate a democratic majority of 600.
Progressive vote is 'our times as
largf- as republican. Woman, suffrage
amendment seem to have carried
overwhelmingly in every precinct so
far In having given It a majority of
the socialist vote Socialist vote sur
prisingly large I
TUCSON, Nov. 5: Returns from 7
precincts in P'ma county, including
Tucson, give Wilson 63; - Roosevelt
552, Taft 532. Women suffrage and
the recall of judges carried In the
county by large vote.
TUCSON, Nov. 5 The total vote of
Tucson Is Taft 348; Wilson 672;
Roosevelt 528; Indications that wo
men's suffrage Is likely to have car
ried the city; also that the recall of
Judges carried the city by a two-thirds
PHOENIX, Nov. 5: Returns from
twenty precincts including Blsbee and
Tucson cities complete give Wilson
1442, Roosevelt 1014, Taft 560, Debs
397, Chafln 10. Hayden was re-elected
to congress by overwhelming vote.
One precinct In Navajo County Wil
son 27; Roosevelt 21; Taft 26; Debs
4; Chapln none.
FLAGSTAFF Wilson-35; Roosevelt
17; Taft 42.
Clifton precinct .complete Wilson
320; Rocsevelt 120; Debs 90; Taft 60;
Hayden 329; Campbell 66; Fisher 111;
Tucson complete Wilson 639; Roose
velt 553; Taft 328; Debs 53; Pima
county except few small precincts
Roosevelt 586; Wilson 665; Taft 335:
PARADISE FOR WILSON
PORTAL, Ariz, Nov. 5: Paradise
election returns as follows: Jones 18.
Webb 18, Hanton 18, Hayden 18, Breen
2, Talbot 2, Smith 2, Tamrell 2, Clark
7, Greenway 7, Heard 7, Fisher 6,
Brooks 4, Slmanton 4, White 4, Smith
4, Amendments 23, for 22, 2, 21, 1, 20,
4, 15, 10, 15. 14, 15, 9, 21,
4, 18, 9.
PARADISE FOR WILSON
Hereford precinct gives democrats
Jones, Webb, Hampton and Hayden 16
each; Republicans Breen, Talbot,
Smith and Campbell one each; Pro
gressives Clark, Greenway, Heard and
Fisher 8 each; Socialist Brooks, Si
manlen, White and Smith 12 eaph. 1
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
PATAGONIA cast one hundred six
votes which show Wilson and demo
cratic ticket win by good size major!.
y. Thirteen precincts In'Santa Cruz
county shows the' democratic tieketfStates.
Woman suffrage' carried 1
The Balkan- Turkish War
. So..3!c bave on sa,e. exclusively WALTIIAM and HOWARD
WATCHCS of all erodes. '
When you buy here, you get a fresh movement JUST FROM
And not an old one that has been in the house for a year or two.
The One Price Store
2 Doors from Royal Theater. Henkel Jewelry Co,
JACOB 8CHMIC Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes ery day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
Admission 5c and 10c
IN GOLF IS. IS STARTED
Saturday, Sunday and Monday were
busy da s among the golfers of the
Warren district country club, with the
qualification playing for the tall club
championship matches an A number
of players hav 6 .qualified and tfie first
round will W played next Saturday
The following golfers have quali
lled: Nash. Ziesemer. Lennert, Curry,
Hollis,'Fr ; Fraser-Camiboll, Wllliutn
Bon; Sherman, Chapman, Not man.
Gardner; Gohring, Poppen, Roebsler.
The U S Hardware and Paint Co ,
has received a full line of new goods
Evervthing In the hardware and
paint line may be found at ttes store,
the old lT S Loan office stand. Main
(Continued from Page 1)
o'clock last night At that time loo,
precincts out ot 4029 in tho state
showed the following results- Roose
velt 121,102; v,Y!lson 99,876, Taft
The colonel'? lead generally in 714
out of 1498 in Chicago, gave him Sl.-
lt:- Wilson 70,201, Taft 40,234, and
35C down stat5 precincts showed for
Roosevelt 38,908;, Wilson 29,575; Taft
22,084. Early Indications were that
Roosevelt will carry the state by
100,000 votes but later returns re
duced the figures. Judge Dunn, dem
ocrat, of Chlcagb, appearod to have
won the gubernatorial fignt with De
ueed, republican, second, and Funk,
Scattering returns thirty-eight ot
of 577 election district In Utah indl
cate that Taft carried the state by
a sale plurality and. that Governor
Spry was re-elected
Chairman Dqt'.b oJ the California
democratic state committee tele
graphed the democratic national com
mittee' that Wilson had carried Cali
fornia by a nisjoritv ot 20.000 over
At a late hour last night, Presi
dent Taft conceded Gov Wilsons
MARYLAND TO WILSON
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5: Baltlnio-e
Md. republican committee concedes
Maryland to Wilson. Hartford, Corn.
11 towns in Conn. Wilson 21596; Taft
18527; Roosevelt 9750.
JUDGE LOSES LEGS.
ELGIX. Nov 5. While Judge Hen
ry 15 Lewis, presiding jurist in the
northern division appellate court, was
standing on the railroad track in fiont
of a newspaper office watching elec
tion returns tonight he was struck
by ,i locomotive and both legs cut off
neat tho ankles,
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There is a Heap of Solace in Being
Able to Depend Upon a Will
For months Review readers have
seen the constant exprestian of praise
for Moan's Kidney Pills, anw read
about the good work they hare done
in this locality. What other remedy
ever produced sach 'onvincing proof
John J. Hill, 152 S Main St, Tuc
son, Ariz., says. "In August 1907
while living in Berkeley, Cat, I gave
a testimonial for Doan's Kiduej Pills,
giving- them ther credit they deserved
for entirely relieving me of trouble
with my back and kidneys, annoy
ances to which I had been subject for
four or five years. I never suffered
from severe paCus. but there was at
times a tired aching across the kid
neys and mornings I would get up
feeling stiff and lame across my loins.
After some exercise this trouble would
gradually disappear. The kidney se
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night, and I would be obliged td arise
several Umes.poan'. Kidney Pills
went to thestof niy trouble and in
a short time cured me. I bave had no
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PRICES AUVyAYa THESAME
Thursday Nov- 1
Max Figman's Success
25, 35, 50, Always 25c, 35g, 5Qo
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL VEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8H4NGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-125 EMIL MARKS, Manager.
Electric Sewing Machine
Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
Baby Bottle Heater
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for sale and all
take no other. Advertisement,
two tov one.