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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. J913.
HEAR TOPjF LADDER
Once Extra Brakeman in
1 Douglas, Is Now General
From firakeman on the extra
board, making barely enough to ex
ist upou. to general superintendent ot
one of the most Important lines In
the world In gtx years this is the
story of the meteoric attainment of
Harry v Sheridan Visual proof of
the truth of the'storj was given last
Saturdav when -Mr. Sheridan passe
Ihrough Douglas In bis private car,
the "Slerra-tNevada." en route to Ne
Orleans He was then on his way to
take charge tof the Important pos.t 01
general superintendent of the Sun
'set lines, with headquarters in th
Six years ago Sheridan came to
Douglas and obtained employment in
.the local yards as a switchman. II"
engaged in this work, for a time anil
during that period showed a remark
able grasp or railroading and what It
stood for. It lb stated by those who
knew him at the time, lie had some
'trouble w-ith one of the officials of
the line. It Ih said, resulting in losing
his place lnitheyards. I.ater he ob
tained employment for a short time
as an extra dispatcher Finally lie
decided to go to the coast. He ob
tained einplovinent on the Southern
Pacific lines In the coast state.
His history reail like some ot the
best selling fictions of the tla lie
began to rHe shortlj after coming
Into the enHjloy,of).the S P. Finally
he reached the position of division
superlntendenUof the S P , w Ith of
fices at Sacramento,. Such ability d.J
he displayjttierefthat when, the va
cancy was made 'af New Orleans he
'was the roam selected to fill it.
eel.ng: He hal his car ,outed
the E. P and S to Douglas merely
'in' order to see some of his old tine
friends here arid show them that ne
had made good in, bis oft expressed
resolution tor rise in his chosen pro
fession. While in Douglas he Invite''
a number of his old friends and for
associates to call on him and
Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
Westinghouse 6 lbs.
American Beauty 6 lbs.
We have all of the above appliances
are sold subject to acceptance or
TA7fi -r yu asc fr beer do not take a suh
Vt n2Yl stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at S.S.Q per case'.'
i T T If your grocer does not have it, call
OUT OF Ml
Being Held on Charge of At
tempted Robbery Under
Name of John Doe;
May -Have Had
IRON PLATE" REMOVED
A daring break from Jail wag made
early yesterday morning when a man
relieved to be named Hyan. who was
docketed under the name of John IX,
made Ws escape from the county jail
The police are of the belief that tie
hail an accomplice on the outside
Kvan was arrested Thursday night.
charged with attempted robbery, it
is MM that be tried to rob r room in
the Philadelphia hotel but was sur
prised, and w-us later arrested He
was taken to the Jail shortly before
midnight According to a woratn "n
the Jail Rjan. early jesterday morn
ing, told her that "he would be out of
Jail In a few minutes." True to his
boast he had made his escape twen'v
Hyan was placed In a room in the
jail and made his escaie b) reunit
ing a large iron plate, which gate blm
access to another room The door
of this room was unlocked, but lei
into another room. The wall of this
last room had been bored through and Orleans. Mobile and Chicago .passen
a hole made in It large enough for Kr train, bound for Mobile, crashed
a man to wriggle through A pile o!
brick evidently taken from the wall.
was found on the outside of the wall
by the officers and this led to the
ftielief that an accomplice made the
hole in the wall How the iron place
wes removed however. Is not known
JSLSrS ""1 ?"?? ,"
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d'nary vagrant, but later . develop
ments hate led to the belief that he
Is the man who is wanted on a ser
ious charge in California.
gate tbem a
Electric Sewing Machine
Electric 6 lbs.
Boston & Bro wn
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
CASTRO DECIDES HE
When Writ of Habeas Cor
pus Is Granted, Venezu
elan Cancels Passage
New York, Jan '4 Federal statutes
upr Invnkpd tndnv on behalf nf L!l-
uplntin foK artrl vt writ nf Vintiorta
corpus grunted to bring him before a
Judicial tribunal which may deter
mine the cause of his detention at
this port. It is alleged in the appli
cation that the former president of
Venezuela Is being illegally held at
the immigration station, at Ellis Isl
and here, where he has been detain
ed since the arrival of the French
liner last Tuesday and the court will
ice ashed to sustain the writ, and thus
set him at liberty The writ la re
turnable January 10, before Federal
Judge Holt, who granted it today,
Castro, Immediately upon finding
his right to land was being questioned
had decided to return oluntarily tq
Europo and engaged passage oa the
steamer Amerlka, sailing tomorrow
for Hamburg Today, however, as
scon-as he learned a -writ was granted
he cancelled bis passage.
TRAIN THROUGH TRESTLE.
Two Are Killed and at Least Twenty
MOBILE, Ala. Jan 3 Two men
are known to have been killed and
a score Inlured when Dart of the New
through a trestle at Leaf Miss Th
desd are Oscar Shepard, a news
agent at Mobile, and James Norman,
a negro porter of Mobile
SALT LAKE CITY. Jan 3 Death
l electrocution instead of an alter
native of shooting or hanging is rec-
ommended b the board of correc-
tAp no ...mlcVimnnt tnf f-iitlllfll rtf
fcTses The recommendations are
made in tte biennial report present
i ed totjoiernor Spry today
Baby Bottle Heater
r I 5 Years
$4.50 J Guarantee
$500 - Life Guarantee
for sale and all
Man Honored in This Com
munity Who Suffered for
Years Reaches End of
Life Yesterday Bio
JUSTICE "SINCE 1906
Justice T D. ilurdlcfc. after an ill
nens extending; over, nine years,, .dur
ing which' time, av.th'e result of a
mine accident, he was a cripple, died! J
.'iroictutij ui ui9 uu'tie omit? uia auui-ji
dent h has lipen pi-v vkpolr hut -fiint!
recently his condition became worse!
and for the last week it was feared
that the end would come at any day.
He was very weak Thursday night
and the end came yesterday afternoon,
fhfjrtly after noon. It Is expected that
arrangements for the funeral will be
Justlco T. D Bnrdlck was born In
Vermont forty-flc years ago His
earlier days were spent upon his fath.
er's farm. He -ecele a fine educa
tion, however, and was, a college grad
uate. For a time ho engaged In thG
drug business and was also a prac
ticing physician When u young man
he went to Michigan, later gave up
the pracUce of medicine and engaged
for a time in the thecJftcal business,
taking several companies on tour In
fact all through his career he was
known as a man of many professions
and generally a success at all of them.
Later ho located at, Albuquerque,
where be engaged again In the dru,j
business and also took up the prac
tice of medicine He came to Bisbee
with his mother nine years ago and
went to work ir the mines. He later
engaged in the ;?oon business but
soon fold out at n .-ofit and
J turned to the mines ShorO !fWw"J
' llU fill fcf fl In Of! th ArMflptlt infRh
lie gubiauiL-u me aiuucui uuu?
shaft which rendered mm a cripple
aud was the cause of bis death in ctmi
Maratiely tne prime ot lire
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lie was woriuug on iue vv-iihjl ie
el at the southwet stope. when ho
missed his footing and fell The fall
was only a dlstanceXor ten feet, but
that ten feet served to inflict years
of almost constant torture upon lhe
unfortunate man His life was de-
spatred of at the time, as his back I
was broken by the fall, but he clung I
so tenaciously to existence that Uie
hopes which phyweions entertained
cf his recoer began to gain ground
as week after week rolled by Al .
though he remained In the Copper
Queen hospital about two years, he
finally recovered sufficiently to be
taken home. '
The judge continued to look for
ward to death as tu pleasure: for, as
ho would often ajijjie. would be out
of his misery He Vas the mbst pa
tient of men, howef-er, with all the
suffering he endured, and was very
Bollcitoiis ror his mother, who looked
after him constantly, lest she should
overdo and be the tlrst to be taken
In political life, howeter, he took
the keenest Interest before the acci
dent in the mine. His friends re
warded him. een while he lay upon
the sick bed at the hospital, with the
nomination for justice o fth epeace o
the republican ticket, of which party
he was a staunch member He was
elected by a good majority and again
re-elected in the fall of 1!0S and again
In 1011 He formerly had ollices in
the Muhelm block but later removed
to the Medlgovlch block.
He I survived by his mother and
a brother. Clinton A. Burdlck, of Doug
las He also leaves r.n-.-rous relatives
In the east .
Mend That Cat.
Little Fred's mother, who had been
giving him some training in regard
to th all-powerfulness of the divin
ity, fonnd him one afternoon with a
dead cat. over which he was saying:
"God, I said mend that ca; I've said
It three tla.es now, and I won't speak
to you agalii"
New York's Dimand for Coal.
One year's aurply of coal for New
Tort city loaded into fifty-ton can
would make a train reaching fron
Salt Lake City to the Atlantic ocean
a distance of S.432 miles.
One Chance for Kim.
A bishop in the Church ot England
had in his family a domestic a wom
an a strict Roman. Catholic, who was
always- talking about the impossibil
ity of heretics getting to heaven.
"Why" said the minister, "do you
think, Marj'. that I will not get to
heaven' "Well" said she, "If you
do. It will be on account of your in
1 1 IF I FAN. TO CURE aw CANCER urTUHQR
Kb Par IMil fared
Ko X Ray or other
I ivfndlc An Wind
plant makes &e eur
1 1M019TE WMUTEE
f Aay TUMM. IW cr
Sort an th.lip. in
orbodf tons ti (Wr
IltNjrtrPilM until bt
twt free natmunb of
Iharnvti r-.nl at kern
: .ANY LUMP IN WOMAK'S BREAST
i5rur iT ?Hr!!? "VtlT IIOOK
n Ri lb lit 7UXE
Thirty Thousand Weary
Revolution Trouble and
Leave Home Country
for United States
MINING MAN CLEANED
MEXICO CITY. Jan 3. Thirty thou
sand Mexicans left their country lor
homes in the United States last year
This Intelligence has disturbed the
local press, a part of which, assuming
that the emigrants are attracted by
the higher wages paid on the railroads
in the cotton fields and at Industrial
centers of the north, are sounding a
warning against what they describe'
as false promises' intended to lure
the Mexican laborer across the line, to
Other papers explain the exodus on
the ground that continued resolution
have robbed the toller of an opportun
ity to follow his usual vocation and
left to him no occupation except that
or fighting his countrymen.
pretty tired ot the war trade, partlc -
ularly as It must be pursued at the
risk ol his own me.
'Quite a different view of the situa
tion Is taken by some observers, whi
hold that an even greater desertion
of working men might prove a bless
ing in disguise, for the effect on the
jiubllc mind would be an economic in
fluence In restoring tranquility in tne
A story is told of a well known
American mining man In Mexico,
whose foresight probably will save
him considerable money.
During the Madero revolution his
propert) was visited frequently by the
rebels, who forced him to "contribute
lavishly to the rebellion. For moneys,
horses, provisions and other things
taken he was given the -provisional"
receipts through the evidence of which
he was to e reimbursed when the
Soon after the close ot the flr3t
revolution the mining man deposited
in the office of the minister of finance
the receipts, which called for some
SiS.000 He was assured that in due
time he would receive his monev.
It was not forthcoming, however
and several months later he called
again, whereupon he was told that un
fortunately tho receipts which he had
presented had been lost, and the de
partment had no evidence that any
thing was due blm It was added that
If the receipts were found a full set
tlement would ie made.
But the claimant bad provided for
jest this contingency, and the next
day he appeared at the office ot the
minister and deuoplted a new and
complete set of receipts. At the same)
time he informed the official that it I
Ibe second lot were lost he could re-1
place them as be bad. taken the pre
caution to nake fifty photographs ot
lenrh nrifrlnal reAlnt.
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"Second Sight" for JBIInd.
"a-esi sight" through the sensf of
bearing. Tnl. novel Invention ! call-
ed tie optophone. By its use blind
o"0" ',omc ian""1' nir" or
IS YOUR HOME PROTECTED?
A telephoned home is a protected home
Burglars beware of telephoned houses.
In case of fire you want to get the De
partment without delay.
THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND
keep peace, but I cannot tell what
Rumania's attitude may be tomorrow
because I do not Inow myself."
ADRIANOPLE OR DEA1 H
VIENNA, Austria, Jan 3 The
grand izler of Turke received let
ters warning him that certain death
would be his fate It he surrenders
Adrianople to the Balkan allies, ac
cording to a Constantlnonle dlsuatch.
The Turkish delegates in London sent
lorclbly worded dispatches to the
grand vizier In which they deplore
the weakness of their instructions
and decline to take on themselves
the responsibility for the conclusion
of a calamttlous peace.
Demon of the Niger.
The natives Inhabiting the country
near the source of the Niger believe
that a devil lives In tho rock whence.
tne nvpr springs They are very super
stitious and greatly fear thla devil,
who 1 "supposed to kill any person
1 who dares to look at the source.
1 Whenever the natives are showing a
stranger the spot, they cover up their
faces and walk backward In the dlrec-
tlon of the spring, pointing toward It
wlth outstretched hand behind tho
Ask any pood doctor
what he thinks of the
judicious u-e of pure, old
whiskey, and he will tell
you that it is the best
sort of a tonic and in
vigorator. But you must
choose the right k'nd with
cart a. poorvvhlsVey will
do more harm than a
good whiskey can do
good. hen ir5 buy
The PURE FOOD Whhkey
yon have the guarantee
of the largest dtsftUers of
6ne. uhiskey :n the, world
ALLIES GIVE TURKS
TIME Tfl nr-TCQMiur.
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A. STEINFELD & CO.
Genera! Distributor. TUCSON, ARIZ.
BULL MOOSE CONFERENCE.
ST. PAUL, Jan 3 -A call was Is
BUed for a progressive conference of
representatives from Michigan. Wis
consin, North Dakota, South' Dakota
and Minnesota at St. Paul on January
9.1 Thft ill ...nn .!.. 1 ... .t. i. .
iiiH vuu " subnet uy me mam
chalrmar and national committeeman
of each state named. The object of
the conference Is to decide on the de
sired state and national legislation.
HUNDREDS WORK FOR THREE
Large Force Seeks to ReleaseSBuried
JOPLIN Ind., Jan. 3. Three men
are burled In a zinc mine three miles
north of the city by a fall of dirt
following a blast. A hundred men are
working to reach them.
DYNAMITE KILLS SEVEN
, CAPE TOWN, Jan 3 Seven men
were killed and several fatally Injur
'cd In an explosion today at the De
JJoers dynamite works in the town of
Just a Hint.
Some morning just make believe
you are company In your own home;
your family will not be more astonish
ed at your conduct than jou are your
self. The Unlvenallst Leader.
The New York Inventor who has
Perfected a machine to tell a nun
fhea hc '9 in love seems to be vvast-
B nl um8 ana' taents. The woman
Usually has a way of arranging these
tat It Is the very bet and
pureat that money and
sVlll can prod JCe a nhUlcey
scicutijually distilled and
t artfully aztd for the express
rurtKwe of being ued as a
healthful siimu ant ft Ike
Th. PURE FOOD Whhkey
t cluVJcd, m,tA and bottled
in Nsnd under t he direct sup
ers wioa of V S Government
f.-ffc'fl.s, and the Cren
Goven:ner.t Stamp that aeal
k.'i bottle panu'en that the
c i:ea 3 are ffena!na.jtriffety
pattcrl wMLr. proper! ma-tu-ii.
and full U. S, StonJird
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