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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA; SATURDAY MORNING, J ANUARY 11, 1913.
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AUDITOR MUST
MAKE SHOWING
Superior Court of Maricopa
County Orders Auditor
Cal'aghan to Appear
and Explain
CHIEF JUSTICE IS ILL
NEWS BUREAU MSUEE REVIEW
ROOM i'03 X. B. A. JiUlLDING,
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Jan. 9. In the Su
perior Court this morning Judge
rnll!iiB Issued an order requiring
State Auditor Callaghan to make
answer on or before the 20th day of
January, 'in the now famous statu
Automobile mandamus suit.
On Monday, January- 13th, the
presidential electors will meet In the
Supremo Court Chamber and certify
the Arizona election returns. That
ame night W. T. Webb, one of the
electors will leave for Washington li,
C with a copy of the certificate.
Governor Hunt today recognized a
request from, the. Governor of Ne
vada for the extradition of Riley Wo
ten. an escaped convict from the Ne
vada state prisin at Carson, woten Is
now In the custody of officers at
Kingman. Arizona, and J. P. Donnel
ley. Captain of the Nevada mounted
l"juue, mill lilKt; urn Jjll&ujiei uain. LU
prison. Donnelley, by the way, figured
prominently In newspaper stories
some months ago as the man who ex
terminated the "Shoshone Mlko"' gang
tihicb operated in Nevada.
State Treasurer David Johnson tc
dav received his first blanks from
clerks of the various county's Super
ior courts required to be tiled under
the state inheritance tax law enacted
by the latt legislature. lender the
law notice must be given lie state
treasurer of Ihe probate of the states
of the value of oer $500 00. The first
estate proceedings reported was from
Maricopa county and wsa concerning
the estate of Tom Cavanaugh, a well
Known pioneer. Just the amount of
tjic inheritance tax this estate will
have to pay to" the state is not known
fpr the reason that the appraisement
has as yet not been made.
Governor Hunt toda named Gu3
IJecker of Springervllle a delegate to
the Federal Aid convention of the
American Auto association which is
to be held in Washington beginning
March fijh. Other delegates to the
convention are G V. Dullard. Attor
ney General. Del Potter, a good roads
enthusiast, and Lamar Cobb, state
engineer.
Chief t Justice. Alfred Franklin, of
the ArizonaSupreme Court is ill at
his home" In this city. The attending
physician denies that the illness is
serious.
DESTROY' FEDERAL GARRISON
Rebels are Successful at Town Near
Capital City
MEXICO CITY. Mex.. Jan. 10. Alt
er destroying the little garrison of
felerals and totally razing the town
of Ayotclngo. near Mexico City, a
body of rebels withstood today the
attacks of two detachments of fed
eral reinforcements, virtually annihi
lating them. It Is believed the rebels
are commanded b Felipe Nori.
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IS NOW LIVE ONE
District Now Has Popula
tion of Two Hundred and
Fifty and Business Enter
prises Are Appearing
C. & A. IS WORKING
FORCE OF SO MEN
Joe Chlsholm, well known In BIs-
bee, is" now at Superior In Pinal coun
ty where he went recently from th
Miami district where he has been for
soeral years. Mr. Chlsholm bas sent
out the following from the new dis
trict: At present Superior has about 250
inhabitants, two stores, a (tool hall, a
barber shop, two llvory stables, two
concrete buildings in course of con
struction, and numerous dwellings. In
short, it Is an adolescent mining
camp, one of. those Industrial com
munities of the mines that spring in
to cities with magic speed. It dif
fers from moat Arizona mining camps
however In that it. being on the for
est reserve. Is as "dry" as a codfish.
John Barleycorn is not an inhabitant
of Superior.
The most imnortint nrooertles be
Ing operated at present in the "Su -
Pcrlor-SIher King district are the
Magma Copper company, the' Calumet
& Arizona and the Lake Superior &
Arizona, the Black Diamond. Douglas
Copper and many other promising
prospects are being Investigated, and
the onco famous Silver King probab
ly wjll booh be worked to 'a certain
extent as a result oT the udxanclng
price of silver.
The Magma. ';
The Magma Copper company is
shipping about 1Q0 tons of high-grade
cupper orj weekly to the El Paso,
bineller. The ore is chalcocite and"
bornite. carrying high values In gold
and slher. Virtually all ore produced
at present is taken from the develop
ment work, and very little sorting Is
dona About fifty men are employed
at the Magma at present Construc
tion of the power plant was finished
about two months asu. It contains
two sets of two 100-horse power boil
rs. using coal for fuel, an Ingersoll
Jtand Imperial type No. 10 compres
sor and a Lairlaw-Gordon cross com
liound compressor The power plant
is automatic only one man being he
cjulred to operate It. Resides the
power plant the equipment consists
of a hoist operated by compressed air
situated in an adit beneath the sur
face, an office building. Jiving quar
ters for the men. mess hall, an up-to-date
assay office, and a warehouse.
These buildingB are about one-quarter
ct a mile from the mine. At the mine
a blacksmith shop. canenter shop
and change rooir- are situated. The
Magma mine, about one mile north of
the town Site of Superior, was first
worked in 1874. during the Sliver
King boom. At that time the mine
n-ss known as the Silver Queen and
considerable rich silver ore was
shipped from the property to Yuma.
About two years ago the Gunn, Thorn
son company ttcquired control of the
property, sank a shaft to the 630-foot
level and cross-cut the vein, encoun-
tcrlng high-grade chalcocite n tho
S YOUR HOME PROTECTED?
A telephoned home is a protected home.
Burglars heware of telephoned houses. -
fire you want to get
partinent without delay.
THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND
TELEGRAPH COMPANY,
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lntfm0iAtfitpi,iiAiAititi0i,WAPk
form of a shoot over 130 feet long.
They also sank to the SOO-foot level
and uncovered high-grade ore at that
d-pth. The property Is attracting
considerable attention throughout
Arizona because of the remarkably
rich ore that is being extracted.
Calumet &. Arizona.
The Calumet & Arizona, about
three' and one-half miles . southeast
from Superior, is now employing
about eighty men. considerable of
whom aro Mexicans. A throe-com
partment shaft Is being sunk. A ma
jorlty of the force Is employed in as
sessment work, construction of tent
houses for employes, teaming, etc.
Superintendent J. K. Hooper, former
ly with the Chemung and later with
the Copper Creek district. Is In
charge. The shaft Is being sunk, ou
the limestone and quartzite contact
upon which the Magma Copper com
pany and the Lake Superior, & Ari
zona property also are located.' The
contact has a dip of about 30 de
gree and the strike Is from the
northwest to the southwest The
property has been exnmined and fa
vorably reported on by Chief Geolo
gist Joralemon of the Calumet &. Ari
zona, i ne meinoa oi exploration un
doubtedly will be the same as that
employed by the C & A. at Blsbee.
An electric power line is being
strung from Bay, about fourteen miles
distant, and a head frame is being
erected at the shaft. The company
owns eighty-two claims.
Black Diamond.
The Guggenheim Exploration com
pany has a small force of men -em
Ployed at the Black Diamond proper
ty about one mile northeast of the
Silver King. Work Is being carried
on by means of an incline shaft and
.tunnel. A raise is in-m:; intea iroui
the tunnel on the line of contact The i
ore occurs in a heavily mineralized j
Iron maganise gossan which overlies i
a dlarite Intrusion.
TROUBLE CONTINUES
FROM FROZEN PIPES
Large Exposed Main Bursts
on Chihuahua Hill and
Floods Vicinity
Although there has been a consid
erable rise in the thermometer since
the cold snap at the beginning of theij,,
wees, mucn inconvenience is sun ow
ing caused by bursting water pipes.
One of the worst breaks of the pres
ent cold spell occurred yesterday.
when a large exposed main on Chl'
huabua bill burst. The water spouted
up nearly as high as the tops of the
houses and the heavy flow of water
caused some damage. Smaller breaks.
Were reported In other parts of the
city and the water company Is keep-
Ing a large gang of men at work re
pairing the pipes.. Householders,
throughout the city are taking pre
caut'ons against a reoccurance of the
cold wave by wrapping all exposed
water pipes. Tho wanner weather
bas helped the mines, as the ore no
longer freezes in the cars and there ;
is not the delay in unloading at the
sm,elter. The rise in temperature has
also been of much benefit to the liv
ery stables which had great difficulty
in securing sufficient water.
A new handle for a traveling bag j
or suit case bears its owners name
In such a position that it cannot bo
removed without breaking the handle.
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When You Want
rarticulary
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You can always depend upon rC C not to
disappoint you.
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doubly certain nothing is lelt to iuck. It tne
baiter is a little thin, K C will raise it light and
feathery and it will oe all the better. ' Jarring the
stove or turning the pan around makes no differ
ence K C sustains ihe raise until baked.
When there's a
to pake, or refreshments
to provide, take no
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COCHISE FINANCES
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Report of County Treasurer
"Shows Nearly a Million
Handled, in Dec-emJwr
TOMBSTONE, Ariz.. Jan. 10. That
prosperity is abroad In Cochise coun
ty Is not aloue evidenced by the re
newed activity in mining ard agricul
tural circles of the banner county of
the new state, but In the mannpr in
w hlch taxes have been paid into the
county treasury during the past month
for the year 1912, as Is revealed by
j the monthly report upon the condition
ot the county trong box, which has
Just been filed wjith the clerk of the
board of supenrors, for the month
of December. I
The report shows that on the first
of December there was a balance in
the count treasury of SIC2.417.7S.
and on the 31st of last month there
was on hand 1 S19.617.S0. showing
that receipts .during that period I
i amounted to Sf 7.200.02, making tho.
I total moneys handled in that depart-1
ment of the county government total!
nearly yi.0CO.riJOldurhiir Deepmbpr !
Never in the history of the countj
have taxes, bothjState and county
been paid In irepromptly than dur-
thc last month, the collection of
the tame amounting to $650,360.15,
while It is expected that tho delin
quent list for !1'J12 will be much
smaller, ivhon compared with previ
ous years. '
Month's Receipts..
The receipts of the treasurer's of
fice for December were made uo of
rthe following items, principal among
which aro tau -
Justice and constables -flnesS 471.95
Dyck, taxes for 1905-OS-09-10
and 1911 ....7.... '. "y . .'. lXSi'Af
State and county 'taxes.
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High School tax
558.128.4S
20.142.98
29.313.99
2.492.30
1.478.00
11.473.11
20,173 C5
534.43
4&6.50
110.00
hchool bond .GVinterest tax
School tax
Road tax
Special school tax
State mine tax
Miscellaneous receipts ....
Assessor Hughes, schl tax
Assessor Hughes, road tax
Assessor Hughes, personal
property tax.
246.13
SberlT Wheeler, licenses
and fees
Recorder Murphy, fees . . .
Clerk J E. James, court
fees !
Disbursements
3,506.55
772.40
xii.s;
The disbursements for
the
past
month amounted to $32,531.35. prin
cipal among which were the follow,
lag items:
County road warrants paid I 1,753.68
School building warrants
pald
School
2,253.1:
district warrants
paid
School superintendent?
23,634.33
ex-
pense warrants paid . . .
High school warrants paid
515.2.".
5,013.24
Teachers" Institute war
rants paid ,
Schood and road taxes re
funded Condition of Treasury.
17.40
22.50
The report .further shows that on
tne 31st of December there was a
balance In the county treasury ot
?7?6.40SOr and divided lu the foV
lowing county funds:
General county fund $210,902.81
Count v salary ftind 3.6S3.0U
State t fund aiOJW
Mate tax fund ..... .... 2.8,16i.59
1MI.C9H 1A MieS IUUU ...... UMV.IO
Unclaimed estate fund .... 6S3.S?
School district building
fund
sl'-aei'
Vuapportioned school fund 13S.S
Scnool district fund 184M.S4,
High school rund 2UQDL93
School bond and Interest .
.fund 63,849.87
Teachers' institute fund .. 405.97
TWO WOMEN LAWMAKERS.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. Jan, 10. Many
important measures, the most of them
aiming at social reforms, are slatea
for consideration and action at tho
session of the Washington leglsla
ture -which will begin here Monday.
For the first time in the history of
this state women will have seats
among the law makers. Two women
one a progressive, the other a repub
lican, are Included In the membership
of the lower bouse.
NORTH DAKOTA EDITORS.
WAHPETQN. y D. Jan. 10-Th
,sin$jal raveling df the Jfortn Dakota
Tes associattonassenjbleiirere-Jtb
vay.j'nnd' was called to order Jjy "Pres.
Dakota
ito-
ident IL B. Black of Grand Forks. Ad
ertiMng rates, business management,
editorial policies and newspaper legis
lation were among tho subjects dis
cussed during the day. The meetlig
nil! conclude lis business tomorrow
r.ltii the election o(.gtinrs.
Something
Nice
Ihe double raise makes
t t . . hi i t t -i
birthday or wedding cake
for reception or party
chances
Homes For Sale on
Easy Terms
3 room house, Tomb
stone canyon, com
pletely furnished,
sewer connections,
terms, $500.00
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
rent.
HAIGLER
THE
REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
TO ORPHEUM THEATRE
Den F Simpson, a representative
of the Vn'.ted Play company, was iT
the city yesterday arranging for the
appearance here of that company o
production of "Graustark." it being a
dramatization of Geo. "Barr. McCutch
eons' rfovel of the same name, at the
Orpheum here on January 27
Mr.' trapson wishes to impress on
Bisfcee theatre goers that "Graustark
has no connection whatever with
Beverly," the two plays being of an
entirely d'fferent nature Graustark
being a much superior elaborate pro
duction with an unusually good cast
and the play has proven to be one of
the most popular plays of the past
Ave years.
LOW RATES GIVEN 10
CATTLE G0NVEN1I0N
National Stock Ass'n Will
Meet in Phoenix in
Coming
Week
The tpeclal raes for the meeting
of the National Live SiO'-'k association
nrim h Is to be held in Phoenix for
tlueo .1njs next wert, gcc." lntr cf
feci Irmo-iow. Report; from PhociiH
are that elaborate plans for tha en
tertainment of the cattlemen have
been made.
It is anticipated that the tragic
from Tucson to Phoenix, on account
of the fare, will be tfcavjr- It is
probable that plans for legislative ac
tion will be made at the meeting and
for this reason It Is anticipated that
the attendance will be large. The
Southwestern is quoting a fare of one
and one-third fare from the round trip.
Tickets under )his rate are sold from
Ulsbee to Tucson, where the same
rate may be secured to Phoenix. Tne
! t,cts wil1 be sood for fifleen day3
from date of 8ae
ljaddxs lefrtftjitrM
Plcn-ty of Them in B,8bee' and Good
nciion tor It.
Wouldn't any woman be happy.
After years of backache suffering,
Days of TOi?er,j, pights of upreft,
The dlstresn of tirinary troubles,
WhB she finds freedom.
Many readers will profit by the fol
lowing. Mrs H. P. Diehl. 113 E. Tenth St.
Tucson, Ariz., says: "I am as en
thualastlc In ray praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills now as I was in Febru
ary, 1907, when I publicly recom
mended them. When. I have been
questioned ri"arding that testimonial.
I have vouched for its correctness.
I was severely troubled by kidney
complaint. My heart was affected
and so serious was my condition that
I was told that I could not live Fin
ally I commenced using Doan s Kid
uey Pills and before Ions thev made
me feel like a different person, in
fact, I firmly believed they saved my
life. FInce that; time, whenever 1
haor-'feJt the least recurrence of kid-
tiey complaint, I have taken Doanrf
Kidney Pills and tboy have never
failed to give me prompt relief."
For sale by all dealers. Irlc"50
ronts. Foster-Mllburn Co . Buflalo.
Now York. Bole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan s and
take no other. Adxertisouieut, St.
L. J. OVERLOOK
BROKER
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Pain Wt
ber A Co, Boc.ton and Calumst.
Legan & Bryan, Chicago and Nw
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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
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Independent Fuel
Orace Main St,
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lax- 50c Luncheon DaUy HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
For Quick
Hogan and
?2Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Stree
Lumber, Lime, Cement,
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers9 Hardware, Plate and
Window Glass.
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that wc
are putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
Hen watTins Lumber Co.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
WM. ROBINSON
tGFTz? .iclriryWWKj Jr iru5yr
Palace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Eowcn . Hubbard. Proprietor
AUTOMOBILES FOP. HIRE
Phone Phon
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A Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot fire when a
a lot of poor coal sends out n-j
heat at all. It Is economical to
buy our coal becauso it Is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. We deliver to
any part of the city.
American Block Lump
Mood. Any length.
& Feed Company
Opp. Pa'ace Stables
Sales With
THE ARIZONA-AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
PASSENGER SERVICE
6-53 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3.53 p. m.
7-34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3-12 p. m.
S IS a. m Lv Duncan Lv 2:26 p m.
6:3S a. m Lv Lordgburg Lv 1.23 p. m.
10M3 a. m. Ar Hachita Lv 11:59 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
Xo. 1, leading Lordsburg 10:57 a. m..
Mountain Time.
South, bound traia connects with El
Pas & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11.50 a. m Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Uisbce, leavins Hachita at 10.-50
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. K. MLS'SON.
Clifton, Ariz. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
UNDERTAKING Co.
ROBEItT HENNESsr, Prop.
Phone 16. Op. Depot Ambulaate
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