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f ttfe BlMM tiAlLfr REVIEW, fttSttfiB. ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, N OVEMBER. 1S12
Chef .Executive of San,
Diego Likes Arizona But
Says No Jointure with
the Two States
no benefit" results
PHOENIX, Nov. 6 That the an
nexation xt San Diego and a portion
of Southern California to Arizona. Is.
not only, freakish and undesirable 40
the people of both sections Interested
but 1b impossible on nccount of the
Fu-deral. constitution is the gist of a
statement made here last week Jy
laror Wadham of San Diego who wis
etf TtSrTOrs-at -the- fawv , .-.--,.,.,
The people of San Diego liked
PJioenU and Arizona and liked to x
change visits said Major Wadham
but as far as annexation Is concern
ed, he was emphatic In the statement
that it was no more topular la?
Southern California than It Is In ArW
zona. It would simply mean, he said,
that nun nf the tvo communltfe
jwould be forced to submerge Its IwUf
atlty without gaining anything a?re
It has been urged he decisrefiiltn
Jfator of annexation, thatAjftaa
J needed the San Diego seapOYtSiEQr
1 course jou need the seaportrfMjtJjtn,
jnexation will not brine It aitycleier
to vou." he added Maor.i Walha.
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said the people of San DlegofgU;
come xo rnoenvx in iar.se nuajfrs.
for each Arizona Pair and in jetjJrn;
would like to see more Arizona pep
ule summer In San Diego, but he
radded. "annexation will not bring this
about. It must be mutual esteem
and a feeling of friendship between
the two communities and that is what
the people of San Diego desire" (
Mayor Wadham's attention wa
called to the fact that the Gazette
"had published au interview with Ulm
In which he was made to declare for
annexation. Laughingly Mr Wadham
ireplied that the first he knew of the
interview vas when he saw it in
The'3 engagement ring Jack gatf
me Is' & beauty, remarked EtlieX
j"Ves," replied Maud, "I know it Is."
Diamonds' In Quebec.
' Diamonds have baen -found la Ujk
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Here's aj5j59i;e that doesn't rest
on past kurels; an alert store;
? "bfiglt sunny and cheerful; a
good place to buy because always
ready with all the good styles
and fabric's "nothing old, sedate
or conservative about our clothes
or our welcome. These facts
are emphasized.by our represen-
Ration of. the. great
;ilf ,riJ- ' JtlOiUSC Ot
the progressive makers
' whose "teaciersliip is shown
'"'r7?in the-uriqufestioried supe-
idntf df'tlieir clothes.
The man who wears
orice will ateal
Mw flltoTheirf. New Fall mddels.
jk new fabrics- unquestioned values
$18 to $35 with many excellent selec
morrow's selling III nrf J
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WIFE OF CHICAGO
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Mrt CarUr H. Harrison.
Mrs. Carter H. Harrison, wits ot
Chicago's mayor, whoso contributions
to juvenile litwuture have endeared
ber to tbourt&ds ot yeusa people, fea
1nt cnhllstiMl a. nsw soveL It tl ea-
t T& T.ttv rtf tha Bnlrtfr11 ami-
la a story ot the Casadtaa R3rth-J
(west. Thla la MrsIlernaB-a eeoona
aarreiv&ad la-d4loated to Iitr-hus--tbeEa-"
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wj Puzzling Relationship.
JIow ls'a persotf to "become the sis-
teln Uw ot her grandmother and Jhe
aunt of her own mother This puzzle'
ha been successfully solved bra
ywing lady. Mile. Antoinette Qraul
liere, at X.unas, n the Dordogne. f She
married M.S'telllng Laumont, of Fleu;
rac, and, as he happpoed to be her
grand-undo and tie brother ot her
grandmother, she thereby became her
grandmother's sister-in-law . At the.
same time shewas. according to IawJ
the aunt ot her own mother.
The Chocolate Plant.
Ths chpcplate plant, is a native ot
America. When first introduced .Into
Europe chocolate was used only as a
luxury, but it speedily advanced in
.popular esteem. It Is now cultivated
n countries far from Its original home.
The chocolate plant, as well as tea
and coffee, has been cultivated from
-lUmft tmmFTinrlnl Phnrnlat as a
beverage rapidly made Its way In
Europe, beginning In Spain, whither It
w?8 &isi broughtHarper's Weekly.
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EDITOR WHITE TELLS
OF US MARVELS
Shows That Sunflower State
Grov s Apples Too Big
William Alien White, at an" old
fashioned Halloween party in Empo
ria, told a Kansas tlory
'Nalbre Is. superlatively helpful
here in Kansas," said Mr White, as
he watched aha! '-dozen pretty Kan
sas girls who tried, their hands fas
tened behind their backs, to snatch
with their teeth the enormous Kan
sas apples floating In a tub ot water
"Nature is so superlatively helpful
here that one could almost bellete.the
story of old HI Robinson
neighbor passing Hi's fertile
farm ono autumn ilaj, found the old
fellow smoking a torncou on a fence.
. ,. Nothing to Do-
" "Nothin- to do. Hi,?' b.e a&Ked.
" So, notbin' much. the old man
answered. 'I had a right smart grove
of pine trees to cut down, but blamed
if last week's cyclone 'didn't level
'em for me and split 'em up as well A
' 'Wonderful country, Kansas.' said
-You bet'' Hi agreed. 'You know
them stumps I was goin' to blast.
Well, the lightnin' saved, me the
"'Do tell' Say, that's a fine potato
crop over there. Hi' And the visitor
nodded toward a field of whlte-blos'-souiing
Yes.'.aiu't.if' said the .old man.
I'm jusjNwakln for an earthquake to
CQpie ateng anu suahe, uie inters
outen th&.groUnd, same as usual.' "
- vZSoundea Like Gaelic
i Abators' is fold of a certain mayor
jet cjprkE?ho 'headed' a deputation to
tlfe emperor of the French and com
menced an oration, to his majesty in
which he conceived' -to be the French
,tocgue "PaIbn me," said the em
peror., after he had listened to the
speech with much patience. "EngllrJ
I know afrly 'well, but, I regret tc
say, I have never had an opportunity
of studying the Irish language!"
A dietary expert declares there Is
no such thing as brain food Even if
there is such a thing, few show symp
toms of being overfed. Providence
One thrifty woman spent a day
darning a pillow-slip that was a mass
Of rlxs. beeaus hp PTrlnlntvI Mtf
fwas such a pity to waste tho hem."
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SHE SBJPLX EXISTS
f0N $300 'A MONTH
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CUudU Carlstsdt WheeKr.
"1 can't live on $300 a month. I
simply exlist," said Mrs. Albert Galla
tin Wheeler, Jr known on ths stags
as Claudia Carlatedt, who Is playing
one of the picturesque flgurantes la
"The Whirl or Society."
Then Mrs. Wheeler explained that
she would not leave the stage, even
though her banker husband has mads
settlement ot ?5S, .(0 In two suits
penralng in the New York courts. One
suit in which Mrs. Wheeler says she
has accepted a settlement ot 110,003 la
an action for damage for alleged
breaking Into her apartments and
stripping the room ot the furniture.
Tho other settlement of 128,000 rep
resented the replevin suit to regain
Vehicles In Surma.
The styles mostly used In Bnrma
are two-wheeled dog cars and buggies
with syce's seat or Step" behind. The
tops to the buggies must have closed
sides (hood shaped) and,' be capable ot
being turned back. ATI vehicles havo
rubber tires add are-fitted with foot
bells Local made bpggfes sell on the
average, for $165, while those Import
ed from India sell as LIgh as $t09.
Stray Dogs In London.
About three thousand stray dogs
are gf.fhered up eaclTmontu. by the
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Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Swarthmore, Penn, "For fifteen
years I suffered untold agony, and for
one period ox nearly
two years I had hem
orrhages and the
doctors told mo I
would have to un
dergo an operation,
but I began taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound and am in
jjood health now. I
am all over the
Chance of Life and
cannot praise your Vegetable Compound
too highly. Everywoman should take St at
that time. I recommend it to both old
and young for femalo troubles." Mrs.
Emily Summersgha, Swarthmore, Pa
Baltimore, Md. "My troubles began
with the loss of a child, and I had hem
orrhages for four months. Tho doctors
said an operation was necessary, but I
dreaded it and decided to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. The
medicine has made men well woman and
I feel strong and do my own work."
Mrs. J. R. Picking, 1260 Sargeant St.,
Since we guarantee that all testimo
nials which we publish are genuine, is it
not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound has tho vir
tue to help these women it will help any
other woman who is Buffering in a lifca
If yon rraut special advice write to
Lydia . Pin.bam Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Hass. Your letter will
lie opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence.
SAFE CRACKER FACES
LIFE TEfllN PRISON
Oklahoma Officer Takes Cus
tody of Prisoner and
Starts for Home
Pli&EXIX, iJ.ov 6 James Woods,
the safe-cracker In Arizona and the
convicted murderer in Oklahoma start
ed on his last Journey in this lite last
night. He, In custody of Officer Je
dicka ot Oklahoma, started for the
SIcAIester penitentiary over the
Woods had asked that Jedlcka give
him an hour's notice to pack what
little be had in the local Jail He
was given 'the. time' -asked and when
brought otit of his cell was hand
cuffed and leg ironed. He imme
diately refused to -walk. The oftl
cers consequently picked up the man
and carried him to a 'Halting machine
and took him to the station where
be was again carried into the train
Prisoner Tough One
Word was received from Jedlcka
at Maricopa and there the officer
had a severe tussle with tho prisoner.
It was only after others had helped
the officer that Woods was subdued.
Officers that have come Into contact
with Woods during his captivity here
say that the man is a bad one and
that he will bear watching all dur
ing the trip. Woods had a particular
ly bad record In prison and Officer
Jedlcka said before he started homo
with his man that he would take no
chances It will take thirty-six hours
to reach Oklahoma City where both
officer and prisoner will take a rest
before proceeding on to JIcAlester.
The local officers are glad to havo
disposed of Woods, saying that he
was one of the worst that they have
ever dealt with and that his In
carceration in a penitentiary for life
was the best thing that could happen
Ammonia to Put Out Gasoline Blaze.
A bottle of ammonia saved a neigh
bor great less by fire. The gasoline
stove sprung a leak and the .fluid
;atight fire, spreading rapidly. One of
tho 'older cnildrcn coming Into the
room could not reach the rick and get
water to throw over the blaze as be
thought ought to be done, but had
enough presence of mind to pour over
t the contents of an ammonia bottle
that stood near. As It happened. It
waa the very best thing he could have
done, as It quickly extinguished the
(irewhlch water could not do Now
the family kecpa ammonia on hand 1n
a two-quart coaled Jar, anticipating the
time when it may be needed again for
th9"iamo purpose. The Housekeeper.
Being Well- Com.
The problem of being, well born has
appealed to philosophers and states
men In all times. The, Jews guarded
theblrthrlpht In ways that ate large
ly responsible for the virile strength
of tho race. The Spartans secured
strong warriors, but failed to develop
other qualities. Plato definitely work
ed oat plans to secure right condi
tions of birth. Tho eugenic consci
ence of the Itomans made them the n
of the world.
,. Boy. Owes Life to Dog.
ABumber f younbcri .wera play,
tegton the banks ot the Solum acd
Bury canal at Pendleton, near Man
chester, England, the other afternoom
whea one of them slipped Into the
imil', which is nine or ten'ffet deep.
A rstrlever dog pltyinfj near By at
aBC-Juniped into the water and
tewight tie boy to a place of safety.
you Safety for your money, advice on business mat
ters and financial assistance when necessary.
Starr your account today.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street. Blebee. ArUoaa
Will E. McKec PesIdent C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.-
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber & Cc- Bos Ion and Calumet.
Lonan 4 Bryan, Chicago and Nv
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Hoan and Seed
Real Estate and 2 Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Ma". Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class uaie
Special $1.00 Table d'Hofa Dinner From 5:30 to 8 p. m.
i Rcelar 50c Luncheon Daily
Are made ot good mater'als. good,
lumber roonng, etc, Is required In
If yon are contemplating building
a home jou should etcrcise goo.l
Judgment In selecting the materials
to be used In its construction.
If you buy of us jou v. Ill set the
best and at prices no higher than in
ferior materials pre sold at elso
where. SSSSSP" Lumber Co.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowerr &. Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Phone . Phone
SIsbee 23 - Lowell 7
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
2t4 DQUJtlis Bldg
Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale ar Exchange
CALIFORNIA - ARIZONA
SEND ilE YOUIt INQUIRIES
Is Safe From Loss
deposited in the hank! It "costs
nothing to have your Checking Ac
count with this ba nk which offers
HENRY POPPEN, Manage
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forvjrd your shlomen1 In hl
He Pays All Expense
nd collects from consignee ori de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
The Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of ths
LANDS and MINES of the Westl
Coast of Mexico. '
H. LAWTON, U. F. 4 P. A.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXiOO RAILROAD GO,
7 S5 a. rn Lv Clifton ar. -W.prn.
S.15 - m. I.v Guthrje L,y 3:3$ p.tS.
9 (W a. m. Lv Duncan Ly 2-3G p. m
1" 2- a m Jv IxirdsMirg Lv 1:33 p.m.
If 30 a. m. Ar HachltaLv 12j;10m.
South bound train v connects with
Southern Pacific vest bound? ,tfain
Np.,'1, leaving Lordsburg-10:57 am,
South bopnd train connects with El
Paso & Southwestern cast bound
tra.n for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11 59 a. m.. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train forj Douglas
and Blabpp, leaving Hachlti at 1J:5$
a m.,' Mountain Time. :
; . It. IC MIXSON,
Clifton .Arl. General Passenger Agenj
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HErtNESSY. Prop.
Pnono in, op. Depot Ambulant
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