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TilE BISBEE DAILY ftEVIEW, BISBEfi, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORXINfi NOVEMBER 19 ,1912
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STARTSJOMORROW
First Regular Train for Old
Pueblo Leaves Douglas
Wednesday Morning
With the exception of the, alter
o train which leaves (or the wetft
at S:0 every afternoon eounetfkm
with the Southern Pacific at Henoa.
ltraotloalty new schedule hasfe30u
Inaugurated bj- the El I'aso and South
western gotag Into effect tomorrow.
Train Xo. t, which formerly; left ut
9:2 a. m. and N'o. S. which left 'at
S:W (i. m. wHI In the future be met
by a stub train at Qsborn.. the. thrtmsn,
train not entering Hlsbee. iioth train
will run through to Tucson.
Train Xo. 7 will be raet by the stub
at Osborn which will loave Bisboe at
ti:3 a. m. instead or 7:iH) as hereto
fore. This stub will also make 'con
nections with the east tbouud train
iS'o. G from Benson. -,
Train No. 8 from Tucton will be
raet by the stub train at OsHSrti widen
will leave Hlsbee at 9: lh p. m. JCo. ;
8 will carry passengers for eastern
rolnts. the stub returning vftth pas
sengers from the vwt- artfring Hi
Blsbeefct 10:2ri p. m. and nWt'at first
as heretofore.
The afternoon train for' the west
will leave on the old time. !Tr36 and
connect with the Southern TaotfJc at
Benson.
The stub train running between IM
hee and Douglas will continue on tlia
old schedule. . .
No. T will arrive in Tucsen- at 11
a. ib. Hettimlng No. S .will leave Tuc
son at G:S9 p. m. "
About the reception which will be
given In Tucson to the arrlrab o .the,
first train over the SouthWUra- jn;
tuat city, tne star saysrxM
people shall be given some opportuni
ty to show their appreciation or die
event.
J. F. Myers, secretary of the cham
ber, began yesterday making arrange
ments for the colebration. It is in
tended to have the band out playing
lhiiy airs, the citizens are expected
to come out and see how the varnish
ed cars coming In over some other line
I than the t.Ksne look, lt! nn:lli
In view of the fact that the -first that a few xneechex m.-iv h arrancod
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Southwestern will arrive in Tucson
the evening of November 20, it has
bea decided by the chamber of com
merce that the day should Jbecallad
Demonstration Day and tfiaMafiiruper
celebration stiould mark, thee event
rhn M.t ...111 ...-I.-.. ... 1-l.fri2- .V
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REP0RTE0AT CLIFTON
Two Boys Kill Mexicans
who Accuse Them of
Killing Burro
CUFTO.V Aril. Nov. IS: Hugh
Tralnor and Kd llowinan are holding
a herd of cattle ou Dick Creek. Fri
day evening about 3 o'clock two Mex
ican wood carriers camo up to their
camp and asked tbvru If they had
killed on or their (the MnxtcanVi
burros wh&b, Jthoy had found dead
near the rtimp TWtoyg Wanted fce
killing but the Mexicans Insisted thai
tne toys Killed .it and began lo
threaten them sayings trmHtht-y
rTralnor and BowroHm hart killed
tin- -burro and thaU-Uiey UiciUw
icans) were going to kill them and
asked If they would ! In camp for
awhile. They replied that thejiwoulL
About five o'clock, the Mexicans .re
turned and onened fire on the boys
who were standing In the open
groundr They ran behind some rocks
and returned the fire killing both
Mexicans, shooting one four times
and the other' twice. -
The boys left at one for Clifton
and surrendered to Sheriff Patty
Saturday an cxamluation was held
and they were exonerated by the
court
The tnsln will arrive in Tocsorf lthi)
afternoon and it is intended ltf$ the
and that the celebration may become
quite an etent.
The matter has not been fully dis
cussed and no arrangements have
beeiiMieffected. The .members of the
chamber nf r-nmmerr. u-ftl Hfafuec
It should be done. There Is but little the outlvinir dlstrlns ami mntmiiin
time to get ready, but It will not takemall stretches of the Mexico North
lonS- Western railroad. Elaborate fortlfl
THE PURCHASE OF
LAND FOR COLONY
(Representatives of Mexico
Refugees Tiave. Been Look
ing for Colony Locations
in Number of States
WILL EVENTUALLY
RETURN TO MEXICO!
El I'ASO. Nov. lg;-VO. P. llrown,
business agent In this city of the
LAinerlcatt colonists in. westcrit Chi
huahua, is In .New Mexico lookfhg ov
er a nuniber of tracts of land that
have been offered the American refu
geoes for colonization purposes. He
U exK'ctcd to return to the city today.
AjtosHo A. V. Ivena' Is due to ar
rive In El Paso this evening.4' When
Mr. llrown returns the two. with oth
er prominent officials or the colonies
will hold a conference regarding the
purchase of a large tract of laud. This
land .will be used for colonization pur
poses and the refugee families scat
lored here. In New Mexico and Arl-
zona, will take up homes on the tract
A number or sites in Arizona. Idaho
and New Mexico have been offered the
colonists and the purpose or the con
ference will be to decide on whleh
tract Is to be taken. If the colonists
who recentlv matin th irln fmm rri
"Paso to the colonies for the purine
01 collecting ail tne business records
in the colonies, return soon. It Is prob-
auie mat ,posi!H Evans will remain
In the city to superintend tile tem
porary winding up of affairs in the
colonies. The colonists have no Idea
of abandoning the Mexican coTbiiles,
but no attempt will be made to return
until absolute peace has been re-established
in MVixIco.
Few of the colonists have arrived In
the city this week. Those that have
report conditions about the same, with
the federals in power In the towns, but
with rebel bands derating ireely in
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uT NtW ItHUt
PHOENIX. Nov 18.- At a meet
ing of the state board of control Fri
day morning, the subject of an ad
dition to tle state capitol was taken
up and dlsoussed. The subject has
been giving- the btfird much trouble
on nccount of a scarcity of space for
the state officers.
At the present time there are
many state officers who are using
the two legislative rooms for office
purposes. Desldes the legislative
flails the committee rooms are In
use. When the state legislature
meets the problem will be one of
where to put tlve state officers.
When the state capitol wus built
the west end was so constructed that
nn addition might be built. It is
proposed that when the addition Is
made it will be made on the west end.
So far, the board baa only opened
the subject. It will have plans drawn
and estimates of the cost of con
struction made and these with other
data in reference to the new addi
tions will bo placed before the state,
Ieglslaturo In order to secure an appropriation.
Tombstoner Gets Patent on
Invention to Do Away
with Evils of Barb
Wire Fence
There Is Only
One Best Beer
FACE FRAUD CHARGE.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. Julian Haw
thorne, the w-U known author and
journalist. Josiah Qalncy .former
mayor of Boston and several others
associated with tbeni in the so-called
Hawthorne mining Interest in Cana-!
da. were brought into the United
States District Court today for trial.
The Indictment on which they are to
be tried charges them with making
fraudulent use of the malls In, dis
posing of mining stock. Inventors from
many parts of the country have been
summoned to testify at the trial.
cations are being constructed by the
rederals at Nueva Casas Grondcs,
where about 500 federals are station
.ed. About an equal number are us
ing learson as a. Irase, and, with the
.scattered smaller garrisons. It is re
ported that there w about 1200 fed
eials in the coloiyr district The
troops are In command or Colonel Jo3e
de la Luz UlanVo. who makes his
headquarters at Pearson.
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Millinery
First Cut Price Sale of
Superb Fall and Winter Millinery New and Attractive Styles
and Most Becoming Shapes-- Every- Trimmed Hat is In
cluded in This Great MID --SEASON SALE
Sc have been lold repeatedly by women visiting our Millinerv section that
our regular prices were extremely moderate. That no place in 'town had thev
seen such splendid styles and such becoming shapes priced so modestly. "
And now that the regular prices have been reduced it affords a buying
opportunity that no woman can afford to miss who has not yet' supplied her
fall and winter Millinery needs.
You have never bought such millinery values as vou will get here thi
morningand if you are planning a new hat for Thanksgiving, here's a
chance to buy and save almost HALF. ,
NEW CITY OFFICIALS
(Special Correspondence)
TOMUSTONB, Ariz.. Nov. 18: His
toric old Tombstone has discovered
lu her ralAst an lnientor. in the per
son or Charges E. Fredericks, whose
brain hag evolved something that will
contribute to the general welfare.
meet the approvals of humanitarian-, j
4; i tmwiife 117 liiu iut?tiiur aim a um
money maker for the Inventor, who,
it appears, has solved a problem.
letters patent No. 1.0i3,311, grant
ed iNotemrjier 5, 1912, refer to a fence
that obvites the brutal "barbs" that
thirteen states out of the forty-eight
have ty statute relegated out of ex
istence, and humanity will demand in
the near future that such torturous
fences as the batted wire will be
done away with throughout the coun
try. Mr. Frederick's patent consists of
a new and useful Improvement in
Jences. The specifications relate to
that class of fences having longitud
inal members which are composed of
metal strips carrying barbs. It is the
object of the yiresent Invention to
provide a simple, efficient and easily
applied barb, and also one which Ha
a plurality of prongs expending in dif
ferent directions. With these oiijects
In view the Invention consists in a
novel construction and arrangement
of jtarts.
The fence and prongs are construct
ed of galvanized Iron slrliw and will
be cheaper, stronger and more endur
ing than the barbed, wire fencing uow
on the market
BkaeRibTboa 1M
THc Beer of Quality YYUtlvlYu
NEW OFFICERS SWORN IN
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Beautiful Pattern Hats That
Have Sold up to Now For $15 and
$1850 go on Sale Today at one Price
A collection especially notable ror the wonderful diversity of styles and colorings, which it em
braces. Even shape and shade toward which fall fashions i can is included And let us tate
emphatically mat not one of these models was ovcr-pr.ced .-.t the original figure at which it'wai
marked. Ileal value has always been present in every one of them.
1-a. rge. "Medium and Small Hats, trimmed In admirable fashion, and" shapes, irtyles and color
!TUnChoTe TM5. " l'ractlca"- eT a"e. Hats that sold up to now for $16 up
Trimmed Hats That Are Refin
ed and Tastefully Fashioned
Worth up to $1250 For .......
This Important sale of Trimmed Hats and Dres- Hatsbrlng.-ijlhln the- limits of jour pnrsc
a large assortment of high-grade fashionable MlHinery Values '6f such extraordinary character
The recently elected city solons of
the city or Tombstone were Inducted
Into office last night. The change in
the municipal officials was attended
with customary formalities and with
out incident. Mayor J. E. James was
nresent and escorted flEjyor-elect Wil-
Ham K. Kuchenbecker to the chair,
and in a neat and appiopriate speecn.
' turned over tho city government to
his successor.
I'pon accepting the honor. Mayor
Kuchenltecker nwde a graceful ac
1 knowledgment and with well chosen
I words, showed his appreciation of the
' confidence reposed in him by the pub
i lie. In glowing words Mayor Kuchen
becker paid tribute to the retiring city
! administration, extolling the efflcien-
I cy of Ex- Mayor James and praising
I the work accomplished by the former
city council.
Chier of Police George Ilravin. who
succeeds himself, spoke feelingly of
the retiring mayor and the outgoing
council, thanking thorn for kind sug
gestions and hearty mo-operation in
maintaining quiet and carrying Into
execution the ordinances and demands
of the city of Tombstone.
The new municipal government as
constituted, reads:
Mayor, William F. Kuchenbecker:
Chief of 1'ollre. George D ravin (who
succeeds himrelf); Councilman E. A.
Hughes, who also succeeds himself:
Councilman Frank Domaxest; Coun
cilman August aBron. and Councilman
Leo O. Woolery.
It devolved upon tbe new council to
elect from among their number a city
treasurer and a city clerk, and ac
cordingly Frank Demareet was chosen
citv treasmcr and Lee O. Woolery ap-
; pointed city clerk-
After congratulations were exenang
ed and good wishes vouchsafed, the
new city administration, after tran
sa tint several urgent matters, ai-
Jo'.irned to meet again on tho first
Mondsv of December.
AN order for Pabst "BLUE RIBBON" Beer carries with
it the distinction of quality and good taste. Served with
your lunch or dinner, BLUE RIBBON lends zest and
refreshment most satisfying. Every bottle is pure and
wholesome worthy of your table the best beer brewed.
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
shozuing at a glance that it is clean axtl pure.
A trial order will convince you.
Phone or write.
W. E. Harrison Co., Inc.
Phcno 393
Crewery Gulch BUbe, Aiii.
sly they are a crowd that we ar
j proud to have with us.
it was a great piece and we sin
cerely trust they will be with us for
ever. This pleco will be played tonight
for the last time and will be followed
by FInnegan'a Alley and Mr. I.oe
promises us this will be even better
than the foregoing but we don't tee
how this is possible. Adertisemeut.
CLUB WOMEN AT FORT WORTH
FORT WOilTII. Texas, Nov. 18.
Several hundred delegates to the fif
teenth annual convention of tbe Texas
State Federation of Women's clubs
are already in Fort Worth, and others
are arriving on every train. The exec
utive board meets tonight and the
regular session of tho convention
will begin tomorrow morning. Mrs.
Eli Hertzberg of San Antonio will
preside. The business sessions will
continno until Friday and will be lib
erally Interspersed with receptions,
concerts and other social features.
METAL MARKET.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18: Copper
firm, '17.20. Arrivals 290 tons, lie
ports this month, 7,960 tons. Exchange
sales today 100. Lead quiet 463.
$7-
Some are 'made
(rimmed in the sma
$10 .and ?12.9 and
far J7.15.
importance zof ppmptresppnse.
,
of 'silk vehet, others are blocked Kir Felt Hats, and airfare ehzrm!nir!r
rtes rnodels of ttfeMaY- Trf'orrer" Includes Hals, that ..formerly .sold for.'
they were without equal le"vhjfreln .instree at original' p'.ces Cholct. -
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reln.TTist
Street and Dress Hats As Smart M
and Fetching as any Woman mLi
CouldDesireWorth to$850Now Y
Thfe is the best news tor the economically minded woman yet this season. 'Every hat is atv.
sotetely new fresh from the bands of duft-fingered mlllincrsand as smart and fetching as
any woman could deiro.
D(4a(Ied description 4a out of the question when there Is such a variety of shapes and
trimmings bat In tbe assortment there are hats to become every face and riollght every fancy.
Women who are in search of a beautiful new hat for Thanksgiving should not miss this oppor
tunity. Regular J 7.50 and J3.-".o Hats on sale for JIOJ
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COOK LADIES li
HI THE
First Numbering cf Hcuscs.
London began to number its houses
in 17G', about tho time it removed the
house signs that made ancient London
an open air picture gallery.
strange.
It is strange that so many men
mako fools of themselves when there'
are so many others who desire to do
the Job for them.
LOWELL FEELS ADVENT
OF PROSPEROUS DAYS
Increase of Number of Post
Office Boxes Rented Is
One of the Signs
'Wc have rented nearly a hundred
Jock boxes this quarter which a great
deal moro than we have over done
In any previous quarter.' saM Mtss
Viola Doss, the Lowell postmistress,
to a Review reporter yesterday.
"Whether tho renters of lock boxes
have any bearlnjr in determining n.
! citizen's character, I dont know, bat
j I do know this, Lowell is attfactlM
a higher grade of cltisena than aho
has previously done, A great nsany
southerners aro settling Usro' and
lor the most part they aro a quiet
fnobstrusive class of people.
"Since tho Installation of tho
rotod house at the Junction. Lowell's
population has Increased - iiamengely.
Judging from the increase in mall re
ceived nowadays. I have hBard that
tnerc Isn't a vacant house In the town.
Ilcnts aro at a premium. It wont be
very long before 1-oweil u as larse
a town as Blsbee." she declared, "and
:t"s going to be lots cleaner too."
Asked as to her choice of the can
didates seeing to get the postmaster
ahlp of ftlsbeo. she declared that she
wasn't In favor of any of them but
she emyhallcall refused to name one
whom the thought fit to hold the
olftce.
Over ."00 ladles joined the Conk i Jt
djes Union at the Orpheum last night. '
We feel confident that everybody th.n j
was fortunate enough to attend itus
performance weBt awas more i!ia:i;
pleased.
After seeing a performance of Itili
j kind one thinks it is nolMng but fair
to give eacn arum mnr pun oi irm-.
-Mr. Lee a Secretary uf the Cojk
I -ad lea I'atoit was In a pirt that even
sumrised bis many friends hre.
! Miss 'Mxleline ! as a maid looked
as if she bad jut come down Irom
; some well known hotel.
Mr. Kinskiw as Oneral Btlledanx
, was a csream. Imagine a Mtosounun
J taking tl8 part of a French General
I and getting away -with It is tb clissy
i way In which fc dW tain only be up-
I itreciated by parties that have seen
I both countries.
i Mrs. Lee w good If ot better
than umbI and we fel tfcat to saying
i a whole lot.
! Mrs. LswreBC. we kow that we
: will fail short la 4eeribiMC thl eteer
artfat but Mytns s ww in
have to suffice.
Mr. Homer Long aa Xr. Jofeti Smith
was at his best and his songs were
-well rendered land bettor deceive.'.
Mr. Long has already beeorae a great
favorite here but a neb performiftces
as this and they will elect Mm wajcr.
Miss Minnie Vandervoort and Mr B.
K. Williams played their pert as qbI
finished artists couW utoy.
Haby Angelas carried tbe bourns with
her aa usual and we cm only won
der ati a child of her .-a being
clover, wc beliove some f oar army
officers could take some potato In r
tlllory from this extremely clever
oblld.
The Itey Fiver baby doll chorea
were as dainty and clever m they
have been, we only regret that synce
BrohHilts us from giving each one of
the clever girls notice, bet we Must
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Perfection
Heater keeps
us cosy and
comfortable.
We don't
lose any business on ac
count of a cold store. I 've
always had a Perfection
k 95SS5$ at home' s0 x i11 applied
gSTHwriVvtig the idea here."
For store or home, the
Perfection is the handiest
and cheapest heater you
can find . . '. '
Nine hours' warmth for a
siocle gallon oi oil. Can
be carried wherever
needed. No smoke or
wasll. Reliable. Orna
mental. IncxseruKi-e.
Lasts for years.
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