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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
JUSTICE COURT IS
BEUOW GITY COURT
Act of Legislature In Less
ening Authority P'aces
Power in Municipal Tribu
nal and Ordinances
TO BE RESPONSIBLE
Fortune of war have elevated the
city couttlof Wsbee above the courts
of jugicva of the peace and of J C
Hlgh'gUwo titles, that of ""police court
judge taket, precedence over that of
"justice, of the peac-e." .Before ire
Jurisdiction of justices was lowered
by an amendment to the old law de
fending the. jurisdiction of these otl.
cials) the Justtce court was considered
"as "being qny one grade beneath the
8upferIo' court but lhat amendment
removed nearly all mUdcamor cases
from 'the Justice court dockets by
limiting, jurisdiction to cases in wjilch
the maximum punishment by flue and
iraprisoptneut- is less than. JSuU unt
three months (n jail or both.'
In a number of cases judges of po
lice, courts may Impose a fine as much
as X30O and six months in tall, or
both.o that by- -virtue of the amend- J
ment eferred to tho city court of 'Bbj
bee..basa wider jurisdiction than the
Justice courts. At first It was
thought that tho city council would
have tp amend, all of its ordinances
to reduce punishment in certain cases
to $199 and SS days but City Attorney
Edw. J. Flanlgau says that the Jaw
has. in jio way impaired the jurisdic
tion ofthe police court. .He wrote
the following opinion for the Review:
City Attorney's Opinion
"So far ra prosecutions under City
ordinances are concerned, no change
will be made for the following rea
sons: Tho police court Is an inde
pendent tribunal created by ordin
ance of the council under the authori
ty of Chapter 25 of the laws of 100?,
JJy that act the court Is expressly
Riven jurisdiction to pronounce suVa
judgment as may be authorized by lho
ordinances uf tlie.clty. Including fine
"ori-impriBOnnieflt-cns both. Xone of
tbe 'orainrfneias dt the. city exceed the
.limitations laid 'down in (he act undar
.which the city is Incorporated. The
act of the last legislature referred to
only affects the jurisdiction of jus
tices of the peace. The fact that
Judge High is also a justice of tho
peace does not affect the question, es
this Is merely Incidental, it being pro
vided, apparently for convenience in
the. operation of the court, and to savj
expense, that any justice of the peace
in the city shall be eligible to the of-
Open Wednesday Evening Until
DRESS GOODS AGAIN TODAY
Scissors never cut as many dresses in a single day as they
snipped off here yesterday.
When the largest and best dress goods department in
town cuts prices on some of its finest fabrics, as we have
done, it's no wonder scissors are snipping off lengths for
Dreses, Skirts and Coat Suits as fast as fingers can fiy.
Sunday's news was so good and brought such a phe
nomenal response that we repeat it this morning. No
such materials for the money have ever gone over our
counters and scissors never cut so many dresses in a
Soft, clinging black silks and messaiine satin such as
are always in demand. High class imported fabrics for
tailored suits, beautiful and
wear, either for house oc street, are plainer weaves very low in price,
the kinds Tor today. ." ' ' v
36-in. Wool Plaids Yn
75c Quality -For UUC
NOVELTY PLAIDS. oV all-wool and
RiDc mixed yarns. In pretty lietv color
combinations. 30-lnchas wide 75c
quality at, COc a yard.
32-lrich Mohairs 0(e
30; Quality For MC
CQTTQN MOHAIRS; & inches wide,
is new striped .and checked pat
ters aMI plain o!srs30c quality for
54-inch Broadcloth ?ft.
75c Quality For OUC
MfWADCIXXTH, S4-lscha -wid?, fo
lwwa, ftarT, Kfly and cardinal, 7-e
tUty pcH piked for this sale
1 vww vtuifiy t ui
$T &UlWwM, fcfr-incli wide,
'yW! -T U
i, tzwa.t t quality for 50c
NEW NEVADA SENATOR
IS OF FAMOUS FAMILY
TONOPAH, Ncv, Nov. 22: fSpi
clal) Key HIttnian, the new United
States sfiuttor from this state.
boasts a distinguished ancestry. He
Is a direct descendant of Francis
Scott Key, of Maryland, who wrote
"The Star Spangled Banner." On
the- paternal' side he is related to the
famous Buckner family of Kentucky.
His. father was "William Buckner Pitt-
wan, a .soldier In the Confederacy
and a prominent lawyer of the old
soutli Pittman s maternal grand
mother was a niece of Chief Justice
Marshal of the United Slates supreme
Senator Elect Pittman has led n
busy and adventurous life. He joined
the rush to the Klondike in 1S97.
There he worked as a miner and be
came a leader among the pioneers of
the district In their various troubles.
Pittman came to Tonapah in 1901
and opened a law'o'lllce. He acquired
cluing properties and In a short time
became wealthy. He was an unsuc
cessful candidate for senator two
flco of, police judge. The two court
are therefore independent and that
there Is one incumbent for both of
them does not obscure the fact that
in both capacities the police judge
and justice of the peace acts under
different grants of power. Neither is
there anything in the constitution of
the state to impair the jurisdiction of
the iKjIice Judge, as the court is ex
pressiy recognized, and its jurisdic
tion left to be provided for by the
It is generally believed that the
exclusive. And for every day
20c Quality Fo
BDrf FL.VNNKLS. S0-lucbes wide,
especially desirable for shirtwaists.
In plait colors and pin stripes, 20c
Qtality at lZc a yard.
25c Robe Land , OAr
- Fleeces For vC
ROUE LaNTJ-E2cjca. 2S-inches wide,
In rnnventlonaL flower, and large fig
ure deIgns, adapted for batb? robes.
25c Quality for 20c a yard.
54-inch Suitings tf- 00
$1.25 Quality For J 1
FANCY SUITINGS; all wool, 54
Inches wide. in rich new mixtures,
tvo-toned effects and stripes. $1.23
quality for L00. a yard.
52-inch Whipcord tf1 70
$2.00 Quality For P 1
WHIPCORDS, 32-inchcs widewn flaiti
wlorij brawn, navy. gray, black.-.cteanl
and two-tonea effects, 12 quality for
J170 a yard. . ' '
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GAHPA WILL BE HELD
FORTY JAYS LONGER
New Warrant Is Served in
Jail in Tucson and Will
Hold Rebel a .While
General Emlllo Campa was sened
with a warrant at the Pima county
Jail at Tucson yesterday and Upon his
arraignment before United ' States
Commissioner at Dunsheath at tha
place he will be committed to Jail
again for a maximum period of forty
days, in which time tb-Jd.icaii gov
ernment will prepare anditorwirtj to
the department of Washington formal
papers containing a demanc) for the
extradition or the "general." .
In extradition cases the department
of justice does the work and the- dc
partment of state acts as the mouth
iplece of the American government-
When the formal papers arrive the
courts will determine If the showing
made bv the Mexican government is
sufficient to warrant the extradition
Of the prisoner Campa will have to
remain in Jail in the meantime as
bond is not admissable In such cases.
"Every morning," observed the doc
tor, "over my coffee, I see in the news
paper an account of some motor cat
accident" "Yes," said the professor:
"that's the auto crash, of your break
disc: epancy between the law defining
the jurisdiction of a justice of the
peace and the laws the enforcement
of which was formerly entrusted tj
precinct officials, was an oversight on
the part of the legislature and 'that
It will be remedied at the coming ex
tra session of the legislature, as ot!i-err.-ise
It will result In a congestion
of the dockets of the superior courts
of the state. While reducing the jur
isdiction of justice courts the legis
lators neglected to reduce the mnx
Imum 'punishment for misdemeanors
that are usually tried in those courts
In many mlsdeamor cases in which
Judge High, as justice of tho peaca
has no Jurisdiction to try, under the
new law, be will have Jurisdiction to
try, sitting as judge of the municipal
Not only Is the police court susr
lor In jurisdiction to the Justice court
but it transacts more business than
the Justice court and the record for
November will probably show more
fines collected and more cases than
the three justice courts of the district
combined. Over S00 In fines has al
ready been collected by the police
court and before the end of the month
it may amount to $1,000, which would
easily, establlt-b. a new record. The
former high record was between $300
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Enough of all
DUCKLING Fleece, 2SJnche wide, in
pretty. Persian, flower, figure and
dotted patterns, for kimonos and
12 l-2c Outing yl
Flannels For y
SHORT LENGTHS of Outing Flan
cels in light, medium -and dark col
ors, regular I21c quality, special at
7Kjc a yard.
40-in. Storm Serge QA
$1.00 Quality For QJC
STORM SKRGE. strictly all-wooi, in
cream, black, nary, cardinal, leather
and gray, 40-inchei! wide, $1 quality
at SOc a yard.
38-in. Storm Serge 2f
75c Oualitu For WVl
cTnmi arnnn ,..H.,iv.l, .ij,.inhoa
wise, lnawrdelrahgfc of'hils Bearfpa'i
most favored colors, 76c quality at
0c a yard.
SOON TO BEGIN
Border Patrol Is to Move and
Fourth Cavalry Will Go
to Barracks in the
FIFTH COMES HERE
, 'Warren will be the sceue of a big
military gathering today, when troops
from the four corners leading into
town will pitch their tents for the
night Recent orders transferlng the
Fourth cavalry fronj Ft. Huachuca to
Honolulu are the cause as other
troops from nearby stations are be
ing sent to take their places. These
will all meet at Warren to pitch
camp for tho night and continue to
their destined stations the folowlng
Among the changes that result from
the orders are that troop 'M ninth
cavalry, stationed at Forest- will go
to Garden Canyon and en route Will
uiiui til urieii uter mgm. ims
troop is under the command of Cap
tain Pearson. Troop I under Captain
Walker will be transfered from Doug
las to Nogales. Troop L, also from
Douglas will be transfered 'to Nogales
under the charge of Lieut Engcl
"while K, from the same place goes to
Arlvapa with Ueutenant Ueltrick In
December 21, troop C of the regi
ment, now stationed at Warren will
be transfered to Fort Huachuca under
the command of Lieut. Nicholson as
will troop 'p from Dougas under Cap
tain Schultz. These two troops will
be in charge of Ft Huachuca while
the Fifth cavalry now in Honolulu la
on Its way to that place. On the
arrival of the Fifth cavalry at Ft
Huachuca, all of the Ninth now being
moved will return to their respective
The mombers of the otirth cavalry
have tjcen making preparations for
departure for gome time '.past as all
the regiments horses 'have already
bicn shipped to Honolulu by way of
(.tittle. The latter part of December
c men will also leave but they will
!p on transports out. of San Fran
jiifl. The Fifth Cavalry:.ls expected
t leave Honolulu the ,firs"f of January
aud arrive at Ft. Huachuca some.time
The removal of the ifcree companies
from Douglas will no doubt greatly
affect the Thanksgiving pay celebra
tion which they had contemplated
holding but It will not affect the local
troops and the entlrfe program as
scheduled at Warren will be carried
out. Yesterday morning' and all dur
Ing the day great preparations were
being made at Warren" fpf the quar
tering of the visitors. Several tons of
hay and an extra supply 'pi provisions
were ordered from Ioctf merchants.
DEATH OF SNHL
Disease Runs Its Course and
Ends Fatally Four, Days
After Boy Is Stricken
The nine-year-old son or Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Engle of Slason hill died
yesterday morning of cerebro spina)
meningitis,, following an Illness of
four das. Owing to the communica
ble nature of the disease, the funer
al which was held yesterday after
noon at i o'clock was a private ons,
no relative except the father attend
ing. The house has been placed under
quarantine by the city health author-
ties and the members of tne tamiiy
are under quarantine, fclght child
ren of the neighborhood are under a
modified quarantine and suards have
been stationed to make the quarau
The case was unquestionably cere
tiro spinal meningitis but it is not cer
tain whether it was of tfie epidemic
variety tut if so it was 'a sporadic
case, as the infection can not tie trac
ed to an) known source.
HONEY BEES TAKE
PLACE OF WHISKERS
Jay Smith and hit honey neei beard.
To prove bt statement that "bees
won"t rung- you it you are not afraid
of.-.thfem and i'dc toot try .to molest
Hhern," jy Smith,, of nncenne, Ind..
' posed for a. pfture- the other day With
'bee swarralnir oer WS' face nnd
breat In tha ri-.-not a. Jong beard.
UUCI VIJCII4.JieLJlia Wt. m.ww v
them an-3 wHen ha geito uainer
honey he eldbm wears 4any xntalc
OF WOMAN'S LIFE
j From 40 to 50 Years of Age.
How It May Be Passed
l Odd. Va.: "I am cniovinp better
health than I have for 20 years, and I
believe I can safely
say now that I am a j
well woman. I was I
reared on a farm and
hadallkindsof heavy j
woric to ao wnicn
caused the troubles
that came on me la
ter. For five years
during the Change of
Life I vag not able
to lift a pall of wa
ter. I had hemor
rhages which would last for weeks and I
was not able to sit tip in bed. I sulTered
a great deal with my back and was so
nervous I could scarcely sleep at night,
and I did not do any housework for three
"Now I can do as much work as
any woman of my ago in the county,
thanks to tho benefit I have received
from Lydin E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
! Compound. I recommend your remedies
I to all suffering women." Mrs. Martha
L. Holloway, Odd, Va.
j No other medicine for woman's ills has
i received such wide-spread and unquali-
Ified endorsement. We know of no other
medicine which has such a record of
success as lias Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. For more than 20
1 years it has been the standard remedy
I lor woman's ills.
If von Iinvc tho sl!clitet dmilifc
j tlmtLylia K. I'itiklmm'.s Vcsetn-
lIe Compound 'will lielpyoii, write
to Lyrtia K.Piiikliani Medicine Co.
(confidential) I.ynn, Mass., for atl
viee. Your letter will lie opened.
read and answered by a woman,
laud helil hi strict conib'"".
In a Connecticut h-nilet where old-
fashioned regulations arb in force,
the night-watchman has a dog that
chases the young children oft the j
streets at eight o'clock. This must 1
be the dog that put the "cur" in cur.
few. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Mrs. Jar- -"What's the difference be
tween a kleptomaniac and the garden
variety of robber?" Jax "Merely a
I difference In tho price of their law
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Felix Gouraud'ft Oriental
Cream or Msefcal lautlfler.
I rrcUc "doth I'ntciiec.
ua txtry blcmtfh
on bwuity. m4 d
ces 4tctfe-i. II
b uochJ tire Ufi
of 64 rr, i&tl
U t. fcinxJeit wt
1 properly tail.
ItZ or timSu
five. Dr. L. A.
Sarre Mfcl to a
hir of tb baut
tea 1 a pUnt.-
1 ratmm i A
Ttournml'M f?rfttn'a ths Wut harnJtal of aU. th
klal.rprtlo1l.' FnrB&li by U drajrxrt ua 7
0001 l&Ier tn tbc CtUtJ SUtt, Catud and Ecrvpc.
T31 T.HOPflXS. Pr: 37 Erd iw tW VXV
We have a com
plete assortment of
L. L. GILMAN,
Opposite P. O.
Musical Director Orpbeum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House TTj
lo? school Hi.i, Telephone 427 I'j
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D 'if Y
About this tlmo Isn't it?' "PtV !
ter have us put you fnTouriuy
ply right now. Then youhve
that oh your mind any 'y.
Coal doesn't spqll and yojt have
got to get It sooner or later".
80 why not order now aitd Ihua
bo prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks, Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengtb.3, chicken feed
Blsbcc Telephone 2J5
Lowell Tc'ephone 120
OlUco Main St.
. J. OVER LOCK'
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Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Mint Web
ber &. Co Bo ion and Calumst
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Nv
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
oean ana see
Real Estate qnd Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main "Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High. Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote -Dinner From 5;39 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
muu HDUMnu rJi l'.r(ic)
on Thanksgiving. Uy tns way,
there any places ou your poultry
house or barn which will allow your s0
birds to get out or some mglit prowl
VI IU btl 1. 'J Ml" 11UC UA auiiu
vnn liimhor nnticrh in mnUn tiipni 1
secure. Don't wai till your ThunKS
Biving uinncr is sioien. v ' a'
SSSSSf" Lumbar Go.i
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETH 'JEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SWr.Gl.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manager.
I) BMi-TanlirMKia-iiit " ' 1
Bowcn A 'HubbarfB Proprietors K
.AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE M
Pnone "' ., ipKooaF
f Bisbee 23 LowslJ 7
PHONE 268' ";
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
2U DoaslM Bid?.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale r, Exabange .
CALIFORNIA - ARIZONA
SE.VD ME VOUll INQmIBSji
iklsSft -- jjg
& Feed Company
Opp. I'aUce Stables
?v ii- i.ry'
THE ARIZONA ANDNEWl
.MEXICO RAiLROAO GO.
PASSENGER SERVICE -
7-53-a ra Lr Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m.
S.15 a. m, Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p". m.
3-00 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:3(p". va.
10-2a. m. Lv Iordslmrs Lvl: 33 v.m.
11:30 a. m. Ar HachiU Lv 12:10, p. m.
Sou,th bound train connccts-with
Southern Pacific west bound " train
Xo. 1. leaving IordBburg. 10:57 a; m.,
South bound train connects with Kl
.pieo tGi Soutliwostern- east ound
trafn lor K Paso. Ipavln-rSTtanh'tin nt
i 11:59 a. mj.lounUiini Clme. and
with wist bound train for Douglas
(and B!abe, leaving Hachlta at J.i:59
, a. m., Jlountaln Time.
IL K. MINSOX,
Clifton, Arl. General Passsnger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
KOBERT HENNE8ST. Prop,
Pnone lf. Op. Depot Ambulant
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