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THE 1JTSBEE DAILY REV JEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, ?5!&.
RECOG&TIOS" AT LAST TOR FATHER OF AVIATION; SCIENTISTS
- .: TO SHOW, THAT LANGLEY'S MACHINE, BUTLT IN 1896, CAN FLY
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Prof. Samuel P. Langley and hit flyii j
Fatco Is to come at last to Sa-nucl
P. Langley. the Father of Aviation.
In 1SS6, ..Jour zeara before . the
Wrights began their operations, he
built a heavler-tban-alr dylng-ma-chlne.
It made no -uccessful flights
and Langley, jeered by tho newepap
' en and publlo generally, died of a
Since aviation has Become a com
monplace a number of aviators and
aeronautic construction engineers
have examined the Langley model
and declared It to be a practical
hcavler-than-alr flying machine.
i'Jhe only trouble, they tay. with
Langlcy'a trials was that his launch
tins device was faulty.
Am ! 4Viakk nntnlnne
1 money which was raised sometime
ago to build a monument to Lansley
will no-.v be uteJ to prove to the
world that he was the oulHer of the
flrtt successtul aeroplane. A dem
onstration fllsht neli be helu In
Washington next May 6.
Homes For Sale oa
3 room house, Tomb
stone canyon, com
2 room house, on large,
lot, completely fur
nished, sewer connec
tions, terms, $450.00
6 room house, Quarry
Canyon, bath, elec
tricity, gas, closets,
screen porch, $500.00
cash, balance like
REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. . Phone 76
SPECIAL RATES JOB
" STOCK CONVENTION
El Paso and Southwestern
Will Sell Tickets to Phoe-
;nix for' One and Third
IN MISSOURI" CLOSES
! DOOGLftS RUMOR
IS B. B. STORY
Talk About Extending Naco-
zari Line South from Naco-
zari and Espee from
Bowie into Mexico
Ticket Agent. Hume has received
word from the central offices ot the
SouttrwesJerTrTtJiat a specialjTate will I
be-qiiqfed": byi&ie road for the Nation- j
al' Uversjpclc, convention, which is to
be heldlnWhbnx. January 12 to. 15.
The rate will'ajTply over the whole
system. . ;. ;
The ticket's will be on sale for all
four days ot the convention and will
be good for fifteen days. The rate
will be one and one-third fare for
the round trip. Heports from Phoeui.x
are that entries for the show are" com
ing In from all over the-stato 'knit 1f
indications are that the show thisj
year will be the best ever held at
the capital city.
LIBERTY COURT NO. 1
Guardians of Liberty meets in Ma
tonic Temple, first- and third 'Tues
days ot each month All visiting broth
ers cordially in'ited.o 467
Tonight is your last chance to wit
ness Augustlns Thomas great com
edy melodrama at the Orpheum. "In
StissourP when tirsc produced by Jlr.
Thomas In Arizona it was called his
master piece but everybody who has
seen the production of "In Missouri"
by the Forman comiany "have all
agreed that this is surely the author's
masterpiece. The plot is a pretty an-1
Interesting one. with startling situa
tions and laughing comedy lines min
gling throughout to reach the heart
of tho audience. This production will
be followed starting tomorrow night,
-with another comedy drama of the
far weft, Tenessee's Partner." n
play that had a long run at the Lyric
Theater in New York for a number of
f years. Mr. Forman is Improving rap
idly and is expected to appear in tne
cart of the uext play.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE HROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money it ii
fails to cure. K. W. GKOVB'S sisna
ture Is on each box. 2"c, V.3
msJ3EBmB&i$B&? & mk
If You Value Your Eyesight
ua jcO jLanip
You will equip your
reading table with
Authorities agree that a good kerosene oil lamp is the best for
reading. The Rayo is the best oil lamp made the result of years
of scientific study. It gives-a steady, white light, clear mellow.
Made of solid brass, nickel- plated. Can be lighted without re
moving chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick.-,
r At Dealers Everywhere ' "
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Lm Ancch. Sa Fruicue
We Warren Ranch PUREAWt
Copper Queea Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in theiMarket
., for the Purchase of
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
' '" ''" Correspondence Solicited.
Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
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M IN FLIGHT
USES IIS LIFE
i Deputy Sheriff in Nervy
Flight Kills Man Who Had
, Escaped From Pinal
DONE AT MARICOPA
In one of the nerviest exhibitions
seen in Arizona in a number of years,
Deputy Sheriff Powers of Maricopa
station, Pinal county on Monday night,
single handed and alone, engaged in
a desperate fight with J. C. Miller
and Jack Williams, two men who es
caped from the Florence jail early In
the day. the result of which is that
Miller is now dead, -Williams bank
in custody and Powers unhurt. The
light occurred a few miles north of
Maricopa station shortly before mid
night Miller and Williams escaping from
the Florence jail where they were
serving sentence for having broken
into a box car at Maricopa, early n
December, made their way to Tempe,
It is thought on tho Winkelman train.
Arriving at' Tempe. tjiey stole a hand
car and started Tor Maricopa. Their
possible whereabouts were conject
ured when the section foreman at
Hanson Junction notified tho Phoenix
officers that two men on a hand car
J pas?ed him, going rapidly south. Sus-
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ira.iui& uiib io men oi neing uie
two desperados. Deputy Sheriff Pow
ers at Maricopa, was immediately not
ified. I ; lBilgJg;i
Kejecting proffers of assistance, Sr
company, the courageous deputy sad
dled his horse, grabbed his gun and
sta;tei north at half past ten. Noth
ing more was heard of him for sev
eral hours and' much apprehension
v. as felt for his safety because of
the known ability of the desperadoes
in the use of fire arms. When they
had about decided to go to Powers'
, assistance, he arrived at Maricopa
I with Williams in tow. The two told
a story of the successful attempt of
the deputy to halt the speeding hand
car. of tho fight In the night, thd
killing of Miller and the subsequent
surrendor-of William, a few miles
out of Maricopa on the Ma.-fcopa-Phoen'x
The dead man and his companion
were heavily arnled and -had shortly
prior to leaving the Tempe vicinity
burglarized a house about five 'miles
east of that place. Some of the
Jewelry obtained thus was found on
It I? a coincidence tnat Deputy
Sheriff -Powers was the officer who
arrested the men in December for
breaking Into a-box car for which
crime they were Incarcerated In Ahs
Florence county jail.
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GOOD NEWS JF TRUE
Tiie news, now generally accepted
in Douglas as being true, that the
N'acozari railroad will begin, shortly
otter the first of the year, to change
its tracks from Purlca fetation into
Xacozari, has given rise tc a strong
ly defined rumor that this is merely
preliminary to a-'greator extension -of
the line, the purported plan being to
gc. 100 miles further south to reach
the Promontorio mine owned bv' tho
Phelps Dodge Interests and at pres
ent oeing developed lu a small way
says the DouglaB Dispatch.
The line between a point near Pit
rica and Nacosari will be worked
over shortly. Teams have already
oeen engaged find the grading out
hts prepared to go tq work, it is stat
ed. The new line will eliminate tho
heavy grade Into Nacozarl but will
leouire. much work to build. Chief
among the diiflculties to be bridged
only with time re two rock tunnels
one 300 and the.other 1.M0 feet In
length. The heavy work will begin
near the old headquarters of the
Wheeler Land company, known as
That the Xacozari road would
sooner or later be built on to the Pro
montorio has long been practlcallv
a foregone conclusion. The mine it
self is now admitted to be an endV-
mous reaching it there will be no en
countered. The new trackage would
no't sorve the Promontorio alone. It
would give outlet and transporUrJon
facilitiet, to the Gueriguito, Trans
vaal. Lampozis, Washington and
-Minneapolis hroperties, as' well as to
the Oinius. Monte Christo, Piedad
and many others oir the fast side of
Southern Pacific Plans.
To add to the cup of joy comes tho
well defined rumor that the .South
ern Pacific Is planning to project its
line frpm Bowie south to Douglas and
beyond. Unlike most reports, this
says nothing about the right of way
into Nncozari. A different route is
chosen. The line from here would
follow the course of the Bavispe riv
er, going to Colonia Moreios This
would tap the rich El Tigre mine
and a wonderful rich agricultural diii-trict-
A little fnrther. nouth and- El
Temblor, the Cinco de Mayo, at thp
noy and Feveral other properties
would add themselves fto the revenue
producers along the line. The lino
ou!d then follow the .natural wtcr
courses soma to lomeui.
It Is pointed out that this isVhe
logical move for the S. P. It will
give the road absolute control of
onMorn Sonora. Its only possiblo
rival mould be the Pearson lino
which if built, would go still further
east and thus not prove so serious a
rival after all.
W. O.. W. AND CIRCLE
Please meet promptly at Fair hall
a i:30 o'clock this ' afternoon
to attend the funeral ot Sovereign H.
II. Henisalh to be held from the
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C. N. THOMAS, CWk.
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