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THEBISBEEDAILY REV IEW,,BiSBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MOUNING,)3EC EMBER, 8, 1912.
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WILL SEE GREAT THINGS.
Next week a special train will atrivo over tho El Paso and South
western from Tucson bearing an excursion party of tho .business men of
Ihat-clty, who are coming to renew o'd acquaintances and make new ones
lir,thlscountyt. This excursion is Inthe nature of a' visit of those who de
sire "to give, a hearty wedcomu to the trade territorj' with which they have
been put In. more direct connection by the extension of the Southwestern
The Tucson visitors and boosters have planned a trip that will sbow
llheniLmuch of the prosperity now n tue-.saddle and riding at a swift gal:
in this part of .the state. . ' "
y5ien tbey arrive in lJlsbeo thoJ' will find more men employed in
Ihc Mines of the Warren dlstr.ct -than ever before; five thousand men
under ground, minimum wage for each is ?4 per day for an average of no
more than TIC hours work, necessitating a semi-monthly payroll of a
rfuarter.nllliondoll&rs; t&c visitors will find creditable churches and effi
cient 'schoolsAa magnibceul X-, M- c- ani1 a'so public library, churches
atd lodges '.with attractive; places for vorsbip and homes; they may rido
.through .the entire Warren district on a 'street -railway system tbat rivals
?cny in the SouthweBt;tbey will find our banks with unlimited amounts
oPmont-y and ufrtiwiato facilities for the accommodation of ail legitimate
) ijileinandt; of business and enterprise: they will 'find industrial peace with
no threatening cloud of dissatisfaction because of any condition, and last
but not least, a larger population in the Warren mining district than on
any other area of equal size in tbe state, all happy, contented and pros.
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' jfjptyT" th Tucson visitors and boosters reach Douglas they will find
d?ala a condition of unusual prosperity where a city of 8,000 to 10,000
population has sprung up in ten yeais; there they will find the Calumet
und Arizona Mining company pushing construction work on a new smelt,
Ing plant which is costing two ml" I Ion dollars to complete, they will find
rlluU during the past year the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining com-
s pany has completed an addition to its smelter at Douglas which cost
I (Uiree-q'uartcrs of a million dollars; there they will find that there has been
iuucty building during tho past year including the beginning of work on
lauew 'depot which is to cost $73,000; in Douglas as in Uisbee they will
Had substantial and efficient. public utilities of all kind, a commodious Y.
MCjA. building, public library, man y handsome school buildings and
churches, an attractive country club with golf links and teunls grounds
j In connection.
. r At Douglas the Tucson visitors wjh be in the center of the Sulphur
Spring lallcy and In this valley they will come in sight of hundreds of
homesteads taken from tho, government during the last five years and
will pjiss through a portion of this valley from which was harvested ei
flcelIent,.croi this ycar Prom Douglas they may cross the border lint
intQ?g!ia Pricta and 'view scars left by several battles fought there as
' a. rcsultibf tho Mexican .revolution, now happily ended as far as Souora
Is concerned. Here they will learn that industry and enterprise does not
end at the border line, but that in th0 state of Sonora thc big producing
mines at Nacozarl and Cananea are operating to tho maximum of their
Tbe Tucson visitors have included Tombstone In their Itinerary and
when they reach this historic town they will find much to interest them
by having vivid recollections of tb0 past aroused. Tombstone was ouco"
oue ofJtthe greatest lulling camps in the west where many millions were
SkenVrbm thc mines during the years ibSO-1-2-3. While the great Indus-
rial(fach!evements of Tombstone must be regarded now as In tbe past,
stfHvisllor tfho" will Stop t0 iifcten to the old-timer yet there,
will-be Impressed with the act that Calculations for the future there far
cixellthe accomplishments of the Pagt Here the Tucson lroosters will
lind .the seat of government of "Dear qij Cochise" and' a court houso
where. Jhauy men who afterwards tVMnA prominence in Arizona were
rioneere In the practice of law in the old territory; auch men as Mark
Smith, Ben tloodrich, Webster Strcet an(i colonel William Herring. Such
old-timers in TombstonetaS Paul Warnej-roS( vTHtiam Hattich, Gcoire Bra-
fn;.Co!onel Pickett and Allen English
stop arid listen while they recount t
thelrpectations ol the Juturi
EL PASO -DESTINED
OR BIG CITY.
'.' The newspapers of El Paso are
kept busy theso days recounting the
ditalla' of the rapid and substantial
jiTogrcsi: of 'that city. This week the!
new Paso del Norte hotel was opened
In -that , city, a magnificent building
jytb superb finish: -and cquIpnvenL
Last .week came tbe announcement
that eastern parties were lnvestigalri
ing conditions in the Paa City with
a view- of erecting a steel mannfac
hiring plant there estimated to cost
teiininidrt jloltarg.'Ye8terdaytwy were
.ijjhej sale of J't Ze'lgerjjbotl'
conler'ln-Erpaib-wlicTe' a new tioo,
OiK) bank building It to supplant the
old bank building and so It goes.
Tbe growth of EI Paso has been
phenomenal during the last decade'
and especially so during recent j'eam
PHONE NO. 33 2 BJngs
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or The Review .nerer Intentionally to
appear In the columns of this paper,
error, due correction will bo m.-id and
paper are for '.sale at the meuiap
at the Postofflce at Cisbee, Arizona.
wju j,e abie to Interest any who will
nc glories of Tombstone's past .and
if ben jnuch business depression waa
lusted in manysother sections of the
country. The ctty has already
Jumped- into thejskyrcrapipg class and
Is destined to -make a greater advance
during tho next two years than dur
ing tho lasL The principal gateway
(p Mexico, with five great wllroad
fystcmc reaching th Atlantic coast
and passing through, Jhe great agricul
tural states o J the middle west and
south and touching. the great manufac
turing centers. J31 Paso is Jn a .position
to attract and hold the larger por-Uonof-the
Meslco, trade. that. reaches
tblscountry. , -r
No' other city in tho west has iuch
a vast. rich, undeveloped territory
to depend on for tbe future as El
I'aso. It Is near the great copper
mines of Arizona and Sonora, Mexi
co, It will receive much of the trade
. . 7,,e W1 tUat 'cty
pves the cartoonist an Idea.
which will soon come from agricultur
al development in Arizona and New
ilcxico; the vast coal fields of New
Mexico are at tho very door of El
i'aso and vast deposits of Iron Is in
reach. ' '
Twenty-five years ago there was lit
tle trade in New Mexico or Arizona
and tbe trade from Mexico then
passed through El Paso for Denver or
Kansas City, Just as the trade from
thc pioneer settlers of Arizona at that
time passed through ls Augeies for
San Franclscq. Now El Paso and Los
Angeles are holding this trade and
both give promise of becoming great
manufacturing cities in tho future.
Southwest has just barely started:
Arizona is making greater progress
today than ever before; mining en-
terprisea axe spending mlllfons p
collars ior new uuu tarter piums,
during tho past five years thousands
of homestead entries have been taken
from the government by Incoming em
igants; every city in the new state ts
growing and all conditions which'
make for prosperity and a higher civ-
ilizatIonand citizenship are apparent.
When tho El Paso & Southwestern
system built its line into El Pako,1
thus bringing that city In closer and
more direct touch with the great min
ing industrybf Southern Ar.zona and
Northern Arizona, it was the signal
for greater jirosperity there. El Paso's
boosters have always been loyal to
Arizona and there is no cause for
Jealousy because of its progress on
the part of any Arizona city. Much of
the proxrej of Arizona is due to tho
good impressions -received of the
state In El Psso and In thefnew state
everybody is jglad, of the -ojilendid
growth and Increasing Importance of
The New York Times. sees the jo-
sibilitles of '"breakers ahead" when
the time comes for a fulfillment of the
pledge given by thc democrats at the
Baltimore convention: for a down
ward revision of the tariff. Says the
"There are democrats to whom cer
tain schedules of the tariff seem aa
crcd, so- many of them that when Mr.
Underwood sounds the bugle for thc
advance upon tho duties the party
will march not exactly shoulder to
shoulder in solid .formation; there
will be gaps.
It -was announced some days ago
that the ' democratic c congressmen-'
elect from MacachijsettswpuId not
voteuor a renioval'ofithc-rduty oftlO
per cent upon boots and shoes. This
defection would not-be very serious.
The democratic majority in the house
Is solarge-jtbat Mr. Underwood cani
stand thc -loss. But it is much more
wo men of Washington are being photo
serious when1 Senators-elect Shafroth
and Thomas of Colorado announce
their opposition to any considerable
reduction o tho .duties on sugar and
ojee; and -when Senators Overman
and Simmons of North Carolina pro
fess snch a tenderness for the cotton
spinning industry of that state that
tfcey could fnot consent to seo It "un
d'lly threatened by low tariff duties.'
Moreover. Senator Stone of Missouri,
who Is a 'dyed-in-the-wool de'nocralJ
if ever there was one, is setting un
easy about'the duties on lead and
7,inc Joplin is in Senator Stone'a
state, and whenever the. zinc duty l dedBro tuat a constitution that for
threatcned Jpplln becomes voolferou. f)id8 tho ljnchlag o a negro shouia
already gone down so deep that tho i
cost of producing zinc would make an;
calo of It Impossible, but for the boun-
1 ty which the people are forced to imy
to Joplin through tho duties that shut
out tho Mexican products.
Mf thesq,flc democratic senators
there would be really seven of them,
for the two senators of Louisiana wil.
resist any reduction of sugar duties
solicitous for tho interests of their
respective states, should unite 'ith
j uie republicans In opposing Mr. Under-
wood's bill? in tho senate, there wih
be serious difficulties In the way ot
keeping the party pledge. It appears
tliat If a republican Is appointed from
Maryland to the seat vacant by tbo
death of Senator Bayner. the senate
will bo a tje. Mr. Underwood will
therefor be under the necessity of
dickering alo with the democratic
senators as wclL. Tariff legislation H
usually a matter of bargaining.
"Democratic opponents of down
ward revision, however, will not es
cape unscathed. Thc country demands
lower datfes. the democracy carried
tho country on -a pledge to obey that
demand. Thc sugar senators very like
ly will have .their own way. Consided
ations of revenue will make it nee
oihary for thc- democrats to move with
great caution in revising the sugar
schedule. But tenderness for tho other
local Interests involved I would put
democratic senators and4nembers who
otcd against. royiaWn in a position
they would have- great difficulty In
The result Of the case before the
superior court in .this county wherein
an attcmilt was made by the City ot
Douglas to force the. Mountain States
Telephone company to apply for a
franchise again -emphasizes the row
er of the Arizona. Corporation com
mission. (Under, the -present ljw1 jub-
control "of' the- state' commission .of
course any franchise from the city
would bo of no uso or protection.
Douglas no doubt proceeded In tble
case under tbo Impression- that old
laws ami rales were the same as be-
graphed with their teeth showlns
j fore the session of the state constitu-
tioual convention, when public utility
company put much value on a city
President Taft announces that ho
will abandon all effort for any fur
ther tirlir legislation during the re
mainder of his presidential term
Tho hint given by. tho voters last
month has eIdently hit the jcarl:
and convinced the president that no
one of his tariff tinkerings s desired.
That South Carolina Governor has
juot yet cooled off and continues to
be consigned to the bottomless pit.
OFFICER OF NINTH
Captain Sievert Stationed at
Naco Has New Device for
The U. S. Cavalry
Tho war department Is now tring
f.w anny saddie that has been
Ninth cavalry, who is now stationed
at Naco. The war department is al
ready making tests of the saddle at
The saddle is of the take down
pattern and will he the first of this
kind ever used by the army. A mod
ification of the old McClellan saddle
is now being dsed The cantle of
tbe new saddle is of alluminum and
the pummel is made of bronz. These
are bolted to the sides of the saddle
and are detachable. The sides of the
saddle are steel rimmed and filled
with cork, thus making a comfort
able sanitary seat. Scw.ed to either
side is a leather leg guard, so that
.the leg will not come into contact
with the horse.
Tbe saddle can be taken down and
made into a small package of four
pieces. When taken down it can be
carried in an ordinary suit case. Cap
tain Sievert has spent a- long time
In perfecting his invention and It is
believed that the tests of tho war de
partment will demonstrate tho prac
tlbillty ot the invention.
THIEF IS HEARTLESS
STEALS XMASS DINNER
Sheriff White's Prize Turkey
. WjU Garnish Other Ta-
ble Than Officers'
Ex-SherifT Jack White, formerly
of Bisbee, lias suffered a great he
reavement at Phoenix, according to
the papers of that oity. The bereave
ment may cause Mr. White to go
wlthouUhls Christmas turkey dinner.
For two or three months Mr. White
has been 'fattening a bh- white turkey
and lie had the fowl in about thc con
dition ho desired. The turkey had be
come the talk of the town and had
become 'so prominent' that a member
oflthe. Ifcht'flhgered'Kentryi got ivlnd
oftho' bird. On Thursday night,!
shortly after 10 o"clock, the turkey!
disappeared, wnite mscovcrefl me
absence of the bird early Friday
morning and fmmeuiately organlzca
a search bur. after looking over tho
whole city, ho mournfully admitted
that the bird was a gonner. Whjte
aw hir Id rfrtlntr tr "Frtiv tanritrinr
and guard fi wUU ft 8hotgun,
"Asking a friend to go to vaude
vlllo on Thursday .evening when sho
ha already been invited to go to
'"Buying an absolutbiy original
wedding present In shape of a lire
letis cooker and finding that forty
seven other persons have done the
"Handing a parlor car porter a tip
ot 10 cents and tben seeing him go
by In his own automobile next day."
Getting an Invitation out to din
ner when your dress Bhirt is at the
Jaundry." . ,
-Being Invited to make a banquet
speech and finding that tho .speakers
preceding you have used up all of
jour jokes." ,
A New York paper asks:
News Forecast of Week
Events of Importance Anticipated
in all Parts of the Country
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec 7. The event of the week In the field ol
politics will bo the national conference of progressive leaders m Chi
cago to Revise plans for carrying on the work of the party during thi
next four years. Col. Koosetelt will be amory; those In attendance at
A similar national conference of republican leaders has been call?)
to meet in New York on Saturday, when it Is expected that President Tail
will be on hand to give his views regarding the future of the partv
Monday is tbe .day set by the subcommittee of tbe bouse committet
on banking and currency for resuming the taking of testimony m thi
money trust investigation. J. Plerpont Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, Geor
Perkins and other eminent financial leaders have been summoned to test
Included among other events that are expected to figure more or less
prominently in the news of the week will be the Cabinet dinner, ushe-.
Ing In the social season at the White House: the six day bicycle race .a
(Madison S(uare Garden, New York, the formal award of the Wobel prlzei
for 1912. a conference of port authorities of the I'nlted States, In ew Yori;
city and the observance of the semi-centennial anniversary ot the battU
of Fredericksburg, which occurred Dec 13. 1862.
ELKS LOOK AFTER
Dixon 111 and Friendless Is
Removed to the C. Q.
Hospital for Aid
A man by the name of Dixon was
remoed from the Jail to the Copper,
Queen hospital on Friday night. Dix
on arrived in tho city on Friday
morning and appeared to be in a de
mented state. Ho made, his-way to
Justice High's court and the Justice
allowed him to sit by the stove all
day while efforts were made to locate
friends or relatives of the man. His
descriptions ot those who knew him
were very hazy and the police, though
making a thorough search, were un
ablo to locate them. . Finally it be
came time to close the court for th3
night and. no friends or relatives of
Uie man having been found, he was
sent to the Jail.
At about 11 o'clock at night mem
bers of the Elk's lodge who had
heard that the man was an Elk in
good standing, went to the Jail to
make an inestigatIon. It was found
that he was an Elk In good standing
and he was removed to the Copper
Queen hospital. There H was found
that ho was suffering from pneumon
ia. Reports yesterda were that Dixon
is in a serious condition.
Severe Storms Reported in
Northern Cochise and
Snow Piles Up Deep
Although there 4is scarcely any
any trace of the recent snow storm
In this city, travelers returning from
Gleeson and from tho Chirlcahua
mountains tell of blizzards and drifts
of snow- piled up high. In Gleeson, it
have been snowing for tnree days say
returning travelers ,and the snow
there laj s eight Inches deep. In the
Chlricauhuas a coat of white covers
all the country for miles around.
The cold weather'in connection, is
telling on the cattle who are returning
to the corrals for food, water ami
shelter. Several cattlemen arriving
in the city yesterday, predicted a hard
winter for stock but'thdso who have
pastures will have little to fear as the
grass was very good this past year.
Dry farmers welcome the snow as
it means moisture for crops that will
he planted later in tbe spring.
BOLL BAZAAR PROVES
Y. W. C. A. Undertaking Is
All That Promoters
Had Hoped for
The -.doll bazaar glen by the la-
.npi'nflJho Y. W' n.SAMn.tli auui,.
tion building jestexday; afternooni
proven nut oniy a unanciai success
but a social success as well. Quite
a few neonlo were nresent.fo buv tho
-dollies and the oakes and sandwiches
and the home made candy which was
on sale. A feature of the bazaar was
several platters ot candy made by
the Saphawaatam club an organtm
tion of business women. This candy
Dy gov K.XvTmil-fcoTv. q
would you do If you bad $3,CO0,OO(
liKe tno Astor kid has?" We kno
what wo 4vould do. We would c
one of the following things, and hd
uc ready to go to tbe poorboute:
Buy a real porterhouse steak.
Tako two dayn off.
Hire a tarlcab fend ride for thr
or four hours.
Tip u iwrlor car porter as much ;
no expects, just once.
Annex a fur trimmed overcoat.
Buy a Ca'ahMh pipe.
Employ an Kaiftsii butler for on
All new pictures used In the Pa
sion 1'iay. Maao iy tno famous l
the Bros., of Paris, France. Star Tn
ater today. Advertisement.
PASSION PLAY FILMS
PLEASE AT THE STA
Perhaps the most beautiful thr
reels of moving pictures yet prodi
ed are tho Passion Play dims n
teiug shown at the Star Tbeati
Faithfully following the incidents
the life of Christ, a series o color
moving pictures have been eoh
that is almost- astounding in t
breadth of treatment. The differs
ensembles of the -characters form
various times living groups of t
worlds most famous paintings ot ti
life of Christ.
The players perorm ith a rega
to the sacrodness of thc part.-, thr
aro portraying, the action is jal
and dramatic but never theatr.eal, l!
costumes and scenerj are perhaps t'.
most beautiful ever torn on tt
stage. The Passion' Pla presente
the spectator tbe lessons he has bc
taught in the Sunday school and tl
home and should be seeu ly ali wl
are studying tho life of Christ and t!
devotees of the motion picture. T
day Js the last chance to see tb
l(eaut,lful and . insuring picture.
A. J. Balmfortb of Ardo, New .Ma
Ico, was a recent business usitor -Warren.
F. A. Winter, of Sail Antonio, T
as, is vibiting his brother L. M. Wj
ter at Warren.
E. E. Whitely, chief engineer of t
C. and A, left fo.- Suiwrior yest
day to bo gone eeral dajs on h
Iness. . j
J- M. Martin, of IxjwcII, has rctui
ed to his former home in Uockefo
Miss Elsie Sweeny of Kimnan, A
zona, is spending a short timo wi
friends in Loirell.
A. W. EngeWer has returned frc
an extended visit in Courtand.,
H. L. McVay of Phoenix, return
from Tombstone yesterday mora!
where be aliended the lfcarlng
tho case of Ue Mountain States Te
phone and Telegraph company a:
the city of Douglas. HeTeturns
Phoenix this morning.
J. D. SnHivan. of Kingman. Is
pected to arrive in Lowell this morj
ing to pay t visit to his' daught
C. L. Harkausb. traveling passcngi
iiniH nr tw. Ponnsilvanla lines. wi
"headquarters at Ijos Angeles, arrj
pd in the city yesterday on ousinei
Mrs. Bllei" Quyale will leave todj
for Virgin. Minn., where she wl
visit frlenfe- I
John Gflbanks and Harry MitcM
will leave today for New York whej
they" "will sail on tho "Caronia" fj
Liverpool England. 1
When rou have a bilious attack si
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. Tb
ore excellent. For sale by all del
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used' hr presenting the Passion PI.I
Star Theater today. AdvcrtUemoni
o!d' so uuickly that there was lltt1
left afir the ',rst " hoar -0' tl
sale; The ladies on tbo commltt;
were jjesuames: iiuuer, .mn. ins
ir- Uaraz and Durlev. Mrs. t
tf. Alln served on tbe tea table a
cloto, iiir Mrs. Dslar and Itntlnr. 1
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