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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBKtt, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNINC NOVEMBER 23, 1912
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Many Unsuccessful And .
Worse Suffering Often Fol
lows. Mrs. Rock's Case
The following letter from Mrs. OnWa J
Rock will show how unwise it ta lor wo-:
xnes to submit to the dangereof a surgical
operation when often it may be avoided I
frtakiiI&PinUiam'VgetUej(l " W1 JW Protection wiiut
Compound. but Mas lour acoks mi ,h -,. , , ,.,-. ...
the hospital ami camo home suf
ferine worse than hoforc.
llcro Is her own stntetncuU
Paw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I
coffered very severely with a dtspkec-
ment I could not
be on ray feet for a. j
lone time. My phy
sician treated me for
several months with-
I out much relief and
at iast sent me to
Ann Arbor for an op-!
cratton. I was there
four weeks and camo
borne sufYcringworse '
than before. SI y
mother ad vised me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I did. Today I am wdl and
strong and do all my cwn housework. I
owe my health to Lydia . Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and advke my
friends who are afflicted with any female
complaint to try it." Mrs. Oavuxn
Rock, R. R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Michigan.
If you are ill do not drag al6ng until
an operation is necessary, but At onco
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it haj been tbe stan
dard remedy for women's ills, awl has
restored the health of thousand of suf
fering women. Why don't you try it?
IS FOfi WILSO
State Returns Nearly All in
Showing Fine Victory
for Democrats. Hay
den In Lead
REPUBLICANS LN REAR
Complets nj official returns .of the
presidential and congressional elec
tion have been received in Pho'.uixj
fftHB the cottaties-lntho 'state ano
an estimate made places he major
It of Governor WUson over Itoose
volt in the state as 34 lo. In tbe ten
counties already heard from the Wil
son raajorttj over Roosevelt is 2SSt
while it is estimated that the four
counties yet to be heard from will
Clvo Wilson an additional tnajontv
. of E3.V
The ten counties board from an
Yavapai. Cochise. Maricopa. Gila
Iv'avafo- Pinal Coconino Greenlee
Santa Cruz and Yuma. Those yet 10
hear from arc Graham. 1'lma. Apacb.
and Moliave. Iiy tabulating the ot
ol WDson in these counties it n founn '
that the democratic nominee ha-1
FCS3 cotea. Taft 245S. rtoosevtlt "S"2 (
Ieb 29S. Chafla 217. For congress -Carl
Haytien has 9S0B. Campbell z i" '
Plher 4T99. SIth 253B, Gibson It.
The total vote oa woman suffrage-
these ten cOBtis ws for 1 1 7
against S2S2. The total vote oa the
recall of the Judiciary was fcr I
12.SS7; apeinst 2. i
These figures give "Wilson 3 plu I
rality over TaK of 6235. and ovct
lloosevelt of 2SS1, while Hayden ha ,
a plurality over Campbell of Ttm
and oer Fisher of 4S07. Suffrage Id '
the ten counties carried by a vote o' j
,r4Hi majority, while the majority I
given the recall waa I8.ZS..
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
the Hair. Cures Dandruff, ,
Stops Falling HaJr. j
What a pity it is to see so many !
Ieof4a with thin, wispy bn.r. faded
or streaked with gray, aad reahxe that
mst of these people might bare soft,
jtloscy, abundant tmfe- of lwonUf!
cetor aarf httr if they would but
we the WP3C treatment There ts
n Bueoaattt' tor gray aa.,r HHtkrKslity
Ae years of age, asd there is no ox
oe I sayone, young or eM, having
thhi. straggling hair, either foil of
dandruff or heavy and rank smelliB
Willi eseessiTe oil.
You can brteg hack the natural col
or of yor hair to a few days and for
ever rid yourself of any dandruff and
leose hairs, aad nwke your huir grow
stKHu; d beautifal by using Wytttlfs
Sm imd SwlpbarHatr Remedy. )"ori
gMeratfoot common garden Sage has!
bees ed for restoring and preseTr-
Irc tho color of the hair, and Sulphur
Is" recoiWSed by Scalp Specialists as
being oxoalient : fortreatment of hair
aodlMulp . tr'obl. -
lfyti arenrotfWed with dandruff
or" itoMng scalp, or if your hah- is
loftag its colors or coming oat, get a
flftj-'eeht bottle of Wyetlr Sage 'ana
StSphfir frets yw druggist, nu no
tic tho h&prowraefit in the appear
artee of yow hfflr slier a few days
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E. A. Engel Calls on
Washington for Protec
tion onthe Sacaton
lino county has been wired to
Washington tiy Indian service irri
gation engineers working In the Ajo
country Acting Coromteuioner Ab
bott ef the Bureau of Indian Affair.
yesterday instructed agency official
to reader the engineers what assist
ance is ncsarv. acrardin to a ti.
patch from Washington, i
The engineers were working under
C. A Etigel, who rode 60 miles to
Sacaton to wire to the bureau ths
conditions as he stated 'them, and to
ask for protection for hie wen. The
Papagoes. according to Kngci. show
ed great botitUity toward the sur
vejors, attacked them, and at
tempted to takfe their instruments
from thea, saying "the Washington
people have no authority over us."
The Indians further stated, ac
cord Ins to Bagel, that they do sot
want reservoirs or wells In the Ia
pafio country. This response was
glTen tbe engineers who attempted
to explain tkat the work now belli,;
done was ttrelirainary to a great Im
provement contemplated by the gov-
eminent which would proide the In-,
dlans with, water for domestic pur
poses and ffipps. They appeared to
think the motel was a ruse on the.
part of the "government to be fol
lowed by taking the land away from
Kngel considered that It would bo
dangerous to continue the work
without sufficient protection to en
sure the engineers that tbey would
not be killed In a serious attack bv
the Indians. Just what steps will
.bo taken by the agencies is not
known. The San Xavier and Saca
ton agencies will lively co-operate
in sending Intelligent Indian inter
preters out to the hos tiles in order
that they may fully understand Just
what the government is trying to do,
and how serious may be the conse
quences of any rash acts against the
The sullenness of the Indians in
southwestern Pima county is more
or less proverbial. 1-uke Short, now
a customs inspector, but until a fea
mouths ago a county ranger, stated
that he had fOHnd it dangerous to
go alone among the Indians in the
more fetilfted districts and attempt
to wake. an'arresjU He said that ime
or even two or 'three heavily armed
whites were hardly safe from dan
gerous attack under such clrcum-
Uncle Pennywise Says:
Things poWteal are moving so fast
that some of the old wheelhorses are
having hard work to keep from being
Comingout Season of Washingtion Society Buds
Debutantes Include Some of Best Known Names
Left to right: MUi
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. (Special ii
The list of debutantes this year is
Hither shorter than usual, but among
theei arjf ' gevel notable names'.
There 1, for instance. Miss Frances
Hoar, dAMgbter of Mrs. Rockwood
Hoar, of Worcester. Mass., and
granddaughter of (lie kite Senator
Hoar. She 111 havu as her guest for
several weeks during the season Miss
Psther Cleveland, driitghter Of the
late president, who will be presented
to society this winter in New York by
her mother. .
Another debutante ofJ-tlfefS ctrasres
sional set in Miss Anni0 1C Smoot,
the beautiful daughter of tbo Mor
mon sesotor from Utah. She will bo
introduced to Washington society
early In the winter.
Miss Virginia Le Seure, grand
daughter of iorteer Speaker Cannon.
wtU make her rtobat at a tea which
fier'tnotoor and -aunt. Miss Helen
So-Calied Clubs Are Really
Booze Joints and Have
Been in Open Vio
lation of Law
COLOR CLUB PULLED
PHOENIX. Nov. 22. The so-Called
clubs that hav teen oiMtrntlni? in
the city of Phoeulx for some time,
contrary to the laws In every way.
wore given warning by the district
attorney's office to close their doors
bunday and to keep them closcdJ
jarnca aiurphy went to each and every
one of the ten clubs and informed tbe
ownors that they must close or go
to trial and fcuffer the conseauences.
All but one of thorn did so. Bob gtev
ens. proprietor or the Colored olufcj
reiusea to close .Ms establishment
and was arrested by the constable.
The case will come up for trial to
morrow bofore Judge Johnstone.
Sleens. haB retained lawyers to de-
fend him and the case will show tbe
status of the so-called clubs that hav
been making so much trouble for
everyone In the city.
These clubs have beu running
wide open for some time st Tb'ey
pay no license to any accredited au
thority and reap the harvest of after
ltour liqBor elllng. Eveny nlght.i
from midnight until dawn, when the
licensed saloons are closed, these
clubs have been having their sway,
and in addition they have been open
on every Sunday.
The action of the county attorney
shows that this must stop. Not only
Is the practice illegal, but there is
no Income to the city or county Irom
the places It is certain that the
officers mean to put a stop to tho
business and the case of Stevens
tomorrow morning will attract con
,stderable attention beeaute of, tho
past status of the clubs.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS MEET
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 22 The
vi convention of the Student
Volunteer Movement, representing a
world-wide constituency of missionary
students and workers, begins it ge
Eirmo nl lrlt,Jrm TTnivuitv thl
eening and continues them oer Sun-jOW
lav s.ni hundru: Kiuint on.i
Professor, representing scores of col-
leges and universities, have registered
as delega'ts. Foreign missionaries
Im 7!!l thp wM"
hand. Ropresentatives from most of
the mission boards in the United
States and Canada are also hete.
Moving Letter From Prison.
A commission In an eastern state
investigating jail conditions, request
ed letters from the prisoners. They
told the prisoners not to be afraid to
give them the facts about conditions.
The first letter opened was eloquent.
It contained a number of !!ve insects.
Vhe board hasn't opened any more en
velopes. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Virginia Lt Seure,
Annie K. Smoot
Cannon, wfll jgrvo foe her at her
grandfather's home In Vermont ave
Another attractive debutante is
Miss Helen McCutnbor daughter of
Senator and Mrs. McCumber, of North
In military circles there will bo
Miss Doris Drain, daughter of Gen
eral and Mrs. James A. "Drain; Miss
Dorothy Aleshire. daughter of Gen.
and Mrs. James li. Alwtilre; Miss
'Catherine While, granddaughter of
Hrlg. Gen. Horatio Gibson, and Mlt
I.eIIa Harrison, sister, of Licit. "P.
Miss Malvena re Pena, daughter'of
tho minister from Uruguay, another
debutante, will before the season' is
over, become the bride of lion Ale
jandro Herqulnigo of the Chilian le
gation. Mits Ethel. Noyqe. another debu
tante of great wealth, will come out
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No Lime Phosphates
Morenci Water Co. Asks for
Right to Increase Its
PHOBXIX. Nov. 22: Additional da
ta legHrdiug tbe valu? of the pro
perty owned by the Moronci Water
company and other 'matte s, will be
called for by the Arizona corporation
commission in an order issued this
The company hs filed with the
commission an application for por
mission to increase its capital stock
irom jmWO tO StfUU.miU. THe S)0.-
additional is Hot to be sold, but
to be divided among the present
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Itake'nNndTr advIsemenT by the com-
Wisdom of Chljdhood.
The following composition on men
is crediteu to a lUUetgirl: "Men are
what women marry. 1 tbey drink and
smoke and swesK 'lf don't go to
church. Perhaps if they wore bonnets
.hey would. They are more logical
than women and also more zoological.
Both men and women sprung from
mon' r bnt the women sprung fun
ther li. the men."
and Mitt Osrit Drain.
very qojetly owing to the recent deathl
of ber uncle Thomas n Noyes She
is a sister o' Miss f'ranclb Newliold!
Noyes, who lias recently published a
took called '.Mirk."
Miss Klfzabeth Rush I'orter, daugh
ter of Major and Mrs. .1. Riddle Por
ter will be presented at a large tea
In December. Other buds of the sea
son will be Miss Alice Lewis, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Lewis
Mlsa Rebekah Wilmer.
daughter of Dr. William Holland WtU
mer Mfss Fldrenr SrJineMer
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs Franklin
rnnilrtor- ' Mlu f!ailvn fVe-rton i
jones. daughVer of Mrs. samuol Em-
mons; Miss Catherino 'McCliulock,
Carnegie family I" Pittsburs; MUs
tiaugnter or air. ana 4r.
son McClintock and a
Mary Lee Fleming, daughter
and Mrs. Thomas Fleming, and Miss
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iteu livani; aaugiuer oi Jirs. tor-
MEN ARE COMING
Arrangements Being Made in
Old Pueblo for Excursion
Trip to Bisbee
Tl'CSO.V, Sov. 22. D. V. Wllliam
ton, W. J. Wakefield and other Lus.
nossmen began Thursday to make ar-i
rangements for the trade and soc:
ability excursion from Tucson to1
Douglas and Bis bee over the El Paso
ft Southwestern. It is nronoed to run
the excursion on Friday, Nov. 29, and
return to the city the following day.
Those who desirv to go are sub-
a special late dlrrcted to the coni-i
"The excursion will be more of at
get together affair between the mer
chants of Tucson and those of tho
neighboring cities," said Wakefield
Thursday. "We do not look for any
immediate commercial returns." I
The plan for such an excursion j
has been on foot for several weeks, j
It was tailed for by Williamson at1
the luncheon of tho chamber of om-
morce at the Old Pueblo club Wednes
day in celebration of the arrnal of
the first passenger train in this city.
Ormsby Favors Sunday.
It is the opinion ol J. M. Ormsby
that the excursion should b- run en a
Sunday and that a baseball game
should be arranged. '
Williamson said that there is good
promise of closer relations and more
frfendly feeling between the border
cities and Tucson.
"When the Panama canal is fin
ished, we may easily begin to seli
merchandise to BUbee and Douglas
cheaper than El Paso does now. The
enterprise of the Tucson Farms com
liany will result in a, surplus of pro
duce and we msy well look to the
scith for a marfce' foi this.
'A meeting will be held in a few
days to find what the consensus o
t'Tiinion ffi I hellero thai nisltpp anil !
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bouKlaa would be on hand at their
etations to .welcome us."
Make Llttteof Lifs's Ills.
To be poor is not always pleasant,
but worse thlng3 than that happen at
sea Smell shoos are apt to pinch,
but not if you have a small foot; If
we have lUtle means it will be well
to have little desires. Poverty is no
sharr-e. but being discontented with It
is. Charles IL Spurgeon.
A Hutchinson man announces the (
dtoorrr that Minrinc avMlnir Txatvr
' oh chinch bugs will destroy them. Tom
i Cordrey Inquires If the man has ex
' perimented by plaelsg the chinch bug
I on an anvil and hitting it with a 40
J pound hammer. Kams City Timas.
Vo.nen as Plumbers.
From a note which appears In tbe
: columns of the Ironrioncer It would
i appear that no fewer than 150 ycung
I women In New York 9 re about to go
' .o school to learn plumbing, car
pentering and so forth. They seem to
be thoroughly in earnest. The promo
ters of the school obUinsd $M,M6 ad
! the scrvises of six teaohsrs with
j scarcely any eCerL
Chann Du tn Cstnttvltv.
ii -inarv hinKt r dMsrorfuti of
commov jy 8pectes of the Ca
nary Islands. Their ortolan! livery
i has been modified to lames yellow by
captivity and cross-breediag.
CtSt tf flhbi -liv , T1a.1a
m tjjrats fTiMinr . SS,
Trante J. Chenvy makes oath that be M I
onlor partner nt the flrro n( r. J riieny
inin rnnmr u o.. 2ll',. '.
Ibft"f'LJ!riI' ,M ty th sum of ON'B '
HDADnED POr.UB8 for each and v- i
T ra ot Carrh tint onnot if rmd
by tfecux of luug CATAnttJi tt'EK. '
' FRANK J. fllKVHV
Z 3 $&&
a. v. ,ia
,V IV. Of.KASOtf.
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J?'. flV TlliVr Catarrh Cure In taken Internally
relfltivo of the r.pj .acts dfrxily upon tb Mood aoi mu
iliphter of-"Mr. JH? wirfncea f tba srstm- Send for
1 testlmonlaki. frre.
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f.7. GIJRNEY A CO.. ToIhi O.
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Tslce HaU's Faiaily TiSs iof'campUoc.
Coal Must be
Ahout this tlrao Isn't U? Bet
ter have us put you In your -supply
right now. Thon you?H have
that oh" your mind any way
Coal doesn't spoil and you have
got to set It sooner or later.
So why not order now and thus
bo prepand for any emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
Bisbeo Telephone 22S
Lowell Tt'epJione 120
Ofllcc Main St,
Connecting with Logan & Brya.n
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; rains Web
ber & Co.. Bos ton and Calumet.
Logan S. Bryan, Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
KeaZ Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY POPPEN, Manage
ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY
on Thanksgiving. Uy tne way, are
there any pl.ices on your poultry
house or barn which will allow
birds to get out or some night prowl
er to get In? Why not hlstfe psj'eend
nw liimlizir Aftnnirli 1a mhtf .tilnm I
secure. Don't -.val! I ill your Thanks- l
giMng umncr is stolen 110 it now
wTt110N Lumber Go.
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETaU JEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8Ht.Gt.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE. DOORS AND WASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manager.
aCe LlVer Vi
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and Undertaking Co.
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
. ,?one. Phone
B,sbee 23 Lowell 7
flsxt Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
2U DongIs.s Bld?
Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale Exchange
CALIFORNIA -- ARIZONA
SEND ME YOUR INQUIRIES
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& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
7 Z'j a. ra. Lv Ciifton ar. 4:03 p. m.
5 11 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. ra.
" r a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:3C p. m.
I ' 2 a m. I.v Ix)rdr'.urgLvl:3Sp. m.
II 10 a m. Ar Hachlta Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train'
No 1. leaving Lordsbcrg 10:57 a. tn..
South bound train connects with El
Paso Southwestern east bound
tra n for Bi Paso 1avIns nacilita at
!1,:59 a- m- MounLiIn time and
J with west bound train for .Douglas
and Bisbeo, leaving Hachlta at 11:55
a. m.. Mountain Time.
1 IL K. MLNSON,
i Clitton, Ari. General Passsqgcr Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESSY. Prop.
Phone If.. Op. Depot AmbuUnt
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