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THE BISBEE PAH.Y REVIEW, Bj3B&& AttfcZONA THURSDAY MORNING, J ANU.AllYJU
TRUSTIES WILL CALL ELECTION
FOB ICI51 OH HIGH SCHOOL
Submit Financial and Statistical Data as Warrant for the
Belief That High School Building Should Be Pro
vided in This District Discussion in Press Has
Shown Only Favorable Sentiment on the Question
Eighty Thousand Dollar Buildini is Proposed.
AVERAGE TAX RATE REQUIRED FOR TEN YEARS
- , H. 8. uouaa
Blsbee .......,. ...V....,." ik.L
Phoenix .....' ...... ....... v.. 05
Douglas , . J'-I t
Yuma , T
This Includes rate for common schools.
Tax rate for
H. 8.- Support,
- , -t
The board tt ecbool trustees of the
Bisbee district teas "become- satisfied
that thriJ1 ' proposition to provide a
bond issue for the purpose of erect
ing and equipping a high school
Twildlns In the district has met with
sufficient approval in the discussion
following It to warrant the submis
sion or the question to "a volfe ln
announcing, flits decision the board
has prepare'd a statement to the lax
payers in which theYdsta showing;
high school conditions and cost in
the state Is presented,, so that the
people ma) know the exact extent of
the tax: Ifliraen bey will assume in
authorizing a high school building
foe the district This statement fol
Uisbqe. Arizona. Dec 31. 1912
To The Taxpayers of District No 2,
The trnste.es of district No 2, after
mature deliberation, have decided to
act In respen3ettrthe call of the ar
ticles appearing in Tho Dally Re
view from tIm61o " time in" regard
Stsbee .vfci ?,,.. H7.000.000.0O
Phbenlx. wiA.Jfc.A.".. .. 13.72039S.J3
Tucson . ... ., 5,750,000.00
Douglas . .4kl-&-- 3,993.698.00
Yuma . . . "" ... .". . 3,800,000.00
Glendale 2.100.000 00
Wlllcox .. ;..... 590.140.00
Tombstone'.., . . ... 311,000.00
Glendale 2.PJO.O00 00
to the proposed High school. The trus
tees have long felt the need of such
a building, but as we are only ser
vants of the people, we felt that
the call for action in the matter
should come from the people. Many
of the heavy taxpayer hae ex
pressed themselves either through
the public press or to the Individual
members of the board and we feel
that Immediate action bhould oe
taken to call an election for the pur
pose of voting bonds for the building.
An election will be called In a few
days and ia order that the taxpayers
may be informed on the question the
trustees desire to present some facts
in regard to the condition existing
in other high school .buildings, tax
rato for the support of the High
school, etc. This Information Tias been
gathered from the several High
school districts and Is on file in the
Total valuation ot property for t
axing purposes: " X?
121.062,00 15.000.00 3Qj.000.00 16C.663.00
60,000 M 10,000.00 70,000.00
40.000.00 ll'.OOO.OO 51,000.00
. 60.000.00 8,000.00 ' ' 68.0OO.W
Preseott Ue Old Capitol Building for High School.
Glendale 22,500.00 6,000.00 28.300.00
Willcox 7.000.00 6,000.00 28.500.00
WUICOX .... 7,000.00 . 2700.00 7.700 UO
Tombstone Use Grade Building. .
Xo reports hue been received Tcmpe. Jlesa and Ulirton," out ncn
the reports are received thejr will be published.
The following Is a statement of the bonded Indebtedness i of the Bls
bee district. Taxes have already been levied and collected to meet the
bonds due in 1913. '
Year Central School Interest Warren School Interest Total
19H 10.000 1.200 2.000 360 15,56,0
191C 10,000 600 2,000 340 13,840
1916 ' 2.000 12d 2,120
The bonds and Interest to be paid In 1913 afounts to" J14.250, and a
rate of seven cents on the hundred dollars Is sufficient to meet the demand.
After considering the needs or the district the board feels that a bond
lssite of $80,000 would build and equip a High school for the district,
and it is proposed to issue the above amount making $10,000 due each year
beginning with 1916. The following table will show the amount due
each year with th approximate rate of taxation to cover the bond apd
Year Central Interest
1914 10,000 1,200
1915 10,000 600
The above rate of taxation is based on the present valuation but the
probabilities are that it will be muCh lower as the valuation will prob
ablv increase. The first great queUion to be considered is tbe question
of bonds, after that is decided the question of site, and the character of
the hulldlng will be considered. The Trustees will be glad to hav
e tae taxpayers consult them on anyphase of the question.
A. G. WATK1XS.
F. C. BLEDSOE.
C. A. MCDONALD.
OF eOUMS GREATER
Entire Increase Is $5,000,000
but in United States De
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan 1 The!
world's production of gold during 1912 i
was $5,500,000, greater than 1911, the
total having been $465,000,000. accoid
ing to a preliminary estimate an
nounced today by George E. Roberts,
director of the mtnj.
Gold production in the United
States amounted to $91,695,168 com
pared with $96,890,000 in A91L Cal
ifornia led with $19,988,486, Colorado
second $18,791,710; Alaska third, $17
398,946, Nevada fourth $13,331,680
and Dakota fifth with $7,795,680.
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PHOENIX, ....... . AUIZON.V
RESCUED FROM TOMB.
Eicht Coal Miners See Light After
Forty Hours' Imprisonment.
irren Interest Jligs Sc Interest Bate Total
2.000 3C0 4,800 10c 18,3f0
2,000 240 ' 4,800 10c 17,640
2,000 120 10,000 4.800 10c 16,920
10.000 4.200 SC 14,200
10,000 3,600 . 8c 13,600
10,000 3,000 Sc 13.00Q
j ' 10.000 2,400 7c 12,400
10.000 2.400 7c 12,400
10,000 1,500 7 11.800
10.00 1,200 6c 11,200
10,00 600 5c 10.600
TAMQUA, Pa., Jan. 1. After betns
imprisoned for nearly 40 hours behind
a fall of coal, rock and other mino
refuse eight of the nine men entomb
ed yesterday in the colliery of the
East Lehigh Coal company, near here,
were rescued alive tonight.
REFEREE STOPS FIGHT.
Johnny Kllbane Has His Rival Groggy
In the Second Rround.
FIRE IN KANSAS CITY.
KANSAS CITY, Mo- Jan. 1. A
New Year's lire that threatened for
a time the entire uowntown district.
damaged buildings at Ninth anil Dcla-
vvare streets to the extent of a quar
ter of a million dollars. It was of
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 1. Ths
fccheduled eight-round bout between
Johnny Kllbane, of Cleveland, feath
erweight champion, and OHie kuk, a
local fighter, here this afternoon wa
ttopped in the second round by Ref
eree Sbarpo to save the local boy
from being knocked out. Kllbane did
most of the leading in the first round
and In the second Kllbane dropped
his man twice and had him groggy
when the fight was stopped Kirk
weighed 122 pound and Kilbane
fought at catchweights.
GENERAL MURRAY DIES.
New Year's Greetings
TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
I heartily thank them for their liberal pa
tronage during the past season, which was
my most prosperous year in business,
L. L. GIL MAN'
JEWELER AND OFFICIAL WATCH INSPECTOR FOR
EL PASO d SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
CONCESSIONS BY TURK
(Continued from Page 1)
BALTIMORE. Jan. 1. Con. Robert
Murray, formerly "surgeon general ot
the United States army, died here to-Jiay.
Women's Tailored Suits, Street and
Evening Dresses Entire Remaining
Stock Grouped Into Three Large Lots and Marked at HALF and Less Than
"' : Half Their Original Selling Prices
We respectfully request the honor of your co mmereial and artistic judg
ment upon the beautiful Tailored Suits and ultra-fashionable Dresses we are
offering at less than HALF their original value.
We truly believe (he garments are not to be approached anywhere in ar
tistic, excellence, beautiful styling, genuine exclusiveness or superiority of
quality. The offer includes broken lines of our own regular stock, and small
lots picked up by our New York representatives at very liberal price conces
sions, we have grouped them into three lots and marked them at prices that are
less than HALF their original value.
Every garment in the collection is a rare typ e lof artistic elegance: the
season's latest and best productions; made of new est and best fabrics in the
roost wanted colors.
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These Prices Should Cause Heavy Buying Ftpm the
Minute the Doors Are Open
M$u I M$i$m
This priqe gWes you free and un
re-trlcted libelee xf Tailored .Suits
?nd Dresses nhosc original selling
prices were 420.00 ui-J $22.50. A
rare bargain at $11.45.
This price for these splendid gar
ments is not a profit naler, but a
friend maker. The assortment In
cludes Tailored Suits and Dresses
-tnat formerly sold for $25 to $29.50.
You're wasting money to buy Wom
nls Garments Without seeing Ihfc
bargain offer Tailored Suits. Street
and Evenins Drees ivorth $32J
tr, $42 SO. Your choice for $19.93.
t r fr a 10 m s J 1
ite uuiu. t --'
Taffetta filk ana t-5s!ine Waists, almoit
as.y color jon wish, apd rooet attractive styles,
plain colors and striped pattern, perfect fitting
garments, point have tbe new Bobespierre Collar.
Wniftta ihnt liav told u io now for S5.00. Choice
'for J3.45. J
(Silk, Net and
Chanrteusa. Messallne, Xet and Chiffoh Wafets;
bth in simple, nobbj effects, designed for street
jrear and nwre resy and elaborate creations,
!th smart touches of trimming, suitable for even-
tM .. u.w H..wl nil tftlnrs f.tirf.ntd : 8.30 Yal-
iuk wcL. ucn,i? B x-..w. ....---. , m
nes for 4.95
RARE BARGAINS IN WOMEN'S SEPARATE SKIRTS
At $2.95 i
thU price gives you choice of SUrt i
that regularly sell for $.".00. In smart
neJf style, made of Serse, Tilpcoril
and lllJctnres an Ample variety for
Tlifs Is positively the ibe&t bar
gain in Sepaiafe Skirt" we have of
fcrcd in months, made o newest and
best fabrics In smart new styles
$S50 rabies for JI.93
Choose a Sl?lrt from t'uis collecUon
and pay a third to a "half less tb'ar.
actual value materials are Serges.
Homespuns, Worsteds and Cheviots.
SlfcOO and $12.50 ralnes.
"u I 1 i
which IA. Venirelos was hardly able
to put don. Several delegate? shout
ed It was not dignified to turn such
vital matters into a Joke, while oth
ers observed ther had not comn all
I tl.c way to London and remained
three weeks to hear a p'-opositlon ad
vanced which might have been mad'
at tbe time the armstice was signed
When relative cal-n was restored. ST.
Vcnlzelos, Dr. S. Danctf, leader of the
Illgariaii delegation; AI Novakovitch,
the Servian, and M. Jlyuskovltch, the
Montenetrran, each for their respec
tive countries declared they would not
accept the proposed mediation by tbe
powers and insisted the Turkish dele
fates present a practical proposition.
Recbad then announced his instruc
tions contained another alternative
and requested time to formulate IL
After a short recess, Itechad stated
that Turkey, desiring to gbv tangl
ble proof of her love for peace and
Indifference to advice received from
the powers, is ready to make th
maximum possible concessions to the
sllies by granting rectifications of
frontiers, and ceding territories wesl
T.ard ol the Hue occupied by thu al
lies in the Vlllayet of Adrlanople,
(Conthued from Page 1)
FIAT WINS RACE.
First Annual San Diego Event Highly
'SAN DIEGO, "CaL, Jan. 1. George
Hill, driving a 120-Fiat, won tne nrst
annual San Diego county road race
this morning. The time for the two
laps, a distance of 1S3.4 miles, was
tri2 hours. 59 minutes and 36 sec
ouds. W. H. Smith, driving a Mer
cedes, was second, and W. H. Carlson,
Jr.. in a Stutz, was third.
SNOW IN CASCADES.
the farmer was anticipated by ha
Mtssourian. McCarthy frequently
smiled and grimaced at the Iowan's
preceptor and occasionally "Joshed"
the worried Veterain.
Become Pitiful Sight
The fighters bandied good humored
remarks continually but in the con
cluding rounds Palzer's attempts to
smile, made through streams of blood,
provided an exhibition of courage that
was pitiful. His face was badly dis
figured and showed the effects of the
beating even more than McCarthy's
last victim, the veteran Jim Flynn.
uniiKe ine latter, nowever, he was
not knocked Town during the flgbt.
The end came quickly. For sever
al rounds the sturdy farmer had been
neipiess Before the well timed on
slaughts of the cowboy, and McCarthv-
tried vainly to put him down.
At the end of the sixteenth, Itefereo
Eyton asked Palzer if he was strong
and he nodded In the affirmative, but
I came up weakly in th;e seventeenth
iu meei inn inewiaDie voneytot rlgnts
and lefts to face and stomach. In the
eighteenth Palzer walked unsteadily
to thb center of the ring and literally
fell into a left hook that dazed him.
He clung to McCarthy's shoulders anu
when separated McCarthy shot two
vicious lefts to the jaw that sent a
Jet of blood into the air. Palzer stag
gered back, poising a moment on one
foot. One wicked drive appeared all
that was needed to finish him, but
McCarthy, apparently unwilling to ad
minister the finishing punch, backel
away and the referee stopped the
fight. McCarthy's only mark was a
slight cut under his right eye.
VILL ARRIVE TODAY.
Drltlsh Cruiser Bearing Reid's Body
Reports by Wireless.
NEWPORT, It- I.. Jan. 1. Tho
BrlUsh crulsqr Natal, Hearing the
body of WhlteUw Refd, late United
States ambassador to Great Britain,
in wireless communication with tha
naval station here tonight, reported
that it would pass Nantucket shoals
lightship about 2 p. m. tomorrow.
CASTRO WELL PLEASED
Ex-Dictator o? Venezuela is Satisfied
NEW YORK. N. Y., Jan. 1. Gen.
CIprlano Castro ate three hearty
meals and enjoyed a long walk In tho
bracing air at Ellis Island today. The
former president of Venezuela, who
decided to go back voluntarily to Eu
rope when he learned that his right
to land was questioned, seemed sat
isfied In every way with the enter
talnment provided him by the federal
authorities pending arrangements for
his return on a German liner.
COSTS TO BE SICK
Jiiwitfr $7.50 Values For
WiS?SiesEalfoe Petticoat, full cut and well
5gR ,-., every wanlf! oar represent
&SftsJlack; from onr regular stock atut
'f5Vv" 1.-1 ..i a-:
i Msajit'sJPr'Torr-80. ior cuui-c ..t--".
Silk Wetti&ats 141
'.Regular $l6'00 Values For f
You can bay lots of Silk Underskirts for as little
k $7-4. but you won't fin.l the eqmlent of these in;
. stye, qual'ty and workmanship for less than our regu-j
Cuo!'"' of bHck find all colors7
-rlar?relU!ff price, '
Railroads Are Forced to Again Fight
Way Through Drifts.
SR1TTI.T5. Wash- Jan. 1. A heavy
snow" began falling in the Cascade
moimtntni! asrain tonight and the
northern trans-ronttnontal railroads,
vrnioi. line lnRt succeeded In opening
their lines for the free movement of
trains, began the struggle over again.
All the railroads hive large forces ci
men at work In the mountains auu
thn operating officials believe that
they will be able to cope with the
NEW YEAR IN BERLIN
BERLIN. Jan- ew Ye,ar8 e!
and iS'cw Year's day have been ob
served In Berlin with the customary
festivities and loyalty to tradition.
Until the early hours this morning
even cafe was thronged and the prin
cipal streets were filled with merry
makers The Emperor attended
church services this morning and aft
erwards held the usual court In the
White Hall at Potsdam, where he re
ceived the ambassadors, the imperial
chancellor, and the high military and
SERFDOM IS AT END.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Jan. 1.
The council of the ompire today
adopted a law abollkhlng the Jast ves
tices of serfdom in Russia. It al
ready has passed the Duma.
TELLS OF FRAUD
Vitness Disclose Inside Working of
TnnTi,AND. Ore Dec. 31 Wit
nesses against O. J. Bieh, former seo
jetary ot the Oregon-Washington
Trust Co- charged with using the
malls to dofrau.!, testified that assets
not to exceed 400 acres ot iana loriueu
!, koala tnr a UtliJ IjEUe Of neSTlV
S4.U0CO0U and was told by the Co-
l,,ml.l, Phor (vf hards company, inai; ,-. ,r.-irot r rnv barfem- a'kni
1 ..,. wprol ie. Hmtrr X- & d It at n CjKgzau.
. .,. Ira fho CCXKlt&lO gave wcr.. fc..vo.t
fnrzif. that broltrs bartered thoi kq-pox ya-$o
bonds of the comp.uiy which were
moLorf un for tiractfcally nothing fdr
In some cases, almost par. Tho Qre-
it..vi.niA. n-r.iot .Arr.nanv srets
Into the case because it guarantee!
what, the government alleges, were
worthless bonds of the Orchards com.
LYNN, Mas3, Jan. 1. The resi
dents ot this city are up against an
other problem that adds to the high
cost of living. Today the Lynn Med
ical Fraternity, embracing virtually
nil or the physicians of the city, put
Into efict a scale of higher prices.
According to the new schedule house
visits between 7 a. m. and 10 -p. m.
are to cost $2. Calls received after
10 p. m. are to be $3 and upwards.
One dollar and upward aie to be
charged for office visits, according to
services rendered, and onstetrlc cases
will cost $20 and upward The pries
for house visits is an Increase of 00
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