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THE BISJJEE DAILY REVIEW, MSBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY U, 1913.
BUSINESS IS 6000
Vice PresidenTi. P. & S. V.
System Knows Nothing
of Merger of Line
After a tour of the past anil soutb.
Thomas M. Sutiniacher, lce president
of the El Paso and Southwestern rail
road, the line which extends from
Tucumcari, N. 51., to Tucson, Arlx..
arrived In Los Angeles last "week anil
was registered at the Van Nuys hotel,
llusiness conditions throughout the
country, he said, could not be tetter
and railroad transportation Is greater
now than at any previous Blmllir
Speaking of the construction now
going on of the new line from Tuc
son to San Diego, Mr. Sbumacher said
If there is any mystery concerning Hs
ownership and the Intentions of the
builders with i;efernce to its future
control be could not give a solution,
says the Tribune.
"Although the line begins at our
western terminus we are not in
terested In it to the extent of a single
dollar," he said, "The line has bepn
Incorporated with John D Spteckels
at its head and my opinion Is that it
is to be an independent road."
A report that the Rock Island ulti
mately might take over the new lino
when completed has been revised, ow
ing to the announcement that several
high officials of that road will be on
the coast next week The taking over
of the new road would give the Rock
Island a direct line to Chicago by
using Its traffic agreement with the
El Paso and Southwestern
JACK TARS HAY KEEP
THEIR PETS ON SHIP
Order That Rnttina Rillv
, Goats Must Go Is
NORFOLK. Va Jan. 11. Hilly
goats, monkeys, cats, dogs, parrots
and other pets aboard Undo Sam's
fighting ships, which were banished
a few days ago, when, a report said.
Hear Admiral R. M. Doyle, was butted
by a goat on the quarterdeck of the
battleship New Hampshire, will be
restored to the Jackies and there is
joy In the fleet again.
Assistant Secretary Wlnthrop,
the navy department, took the banish'
:nent seriously enough to investigate
and let It be known that the depart
ment did not approve of the sum
mary removal. Do)le indignantly de
nied the butting, and said that he
banifchec the pets because of the dan
ger of the spread of disease. lie said
they could come back when the dan
Have You A Boy
To Sixteen Years.? If You
Lucky Boy, For You Can Buy Him As
As You'd Vant
Pants, Sizes 7 to
Boys Corduroy Pants in brown and Drab colon,
full peg-top fctyles, belt loo.s ai?d flaps on pockeU
to button, all seams tap"d and double stitched
relnfcrccd where the strain comet- buttons put
on to stay. , Sizes from 6 to 16 years, regular $1 73
values' specially priced at $1.Jj.
8 A. M.
Man Arrested for Gambling
Says He Was Robbed
After He Left Game
William Tate and Charles Oleson
were arrested yesterday charged with
gambling. A further complaint
against the two men is assault, filed
by Qenjumln Plum.
The arrests followed an alleged
attack on Plum that occurred early
Sunday morning. It is alleged that
the three men were gambling in t
room in the Johnson-IIanntger build
ing, on Main street. Plum, it is said,
bad lost about $300 in gambling in
the room previous to the session on
Saturday night and early Sunday
At that time, however, he won
about $00. This, together with money
be had, equaled about $70 and with
this amount he left the building. He
had arrived near the Relmont room
ing bouse, when lie was attacked and
was robbed of $60.60.
Gambling complaints were filed
with Justice Thomas against all
three of the men. Oleson was glv
i! n. iirHnilnnrv hoarlnc vesterdar
and was bound. over to the action off
the superior court in the sum of
51OO0. The other two will be given
hearings on the charge In Justice
Thomas' court at 1.30 o'clock tomor
Plum received yalnful cuts and
bruises about the face as the result
of the hold up.
REFORm SCHOOL GIRLS
GO 00T OH STRIKE
LuS ANGELES. Ca' . Jan 1 :. The
appointment of Miss Janette Pv.JelK
of Kan Francisco, as matron caused a
'reiolt" to-lay of the girls at the
fVhltUer state school. TweutyRve
of the girls struck" and. ignoring the
honcr system, left 'he Instl. tlon In
3 Oody bc'orc the ofllcers co i3 l.c
mustered to circumvent their miritosc.
They walked until they were foot
sore and then returned.
Still fast aground.
Stranded Steamer Withstands All Ef
forts of Fleet of Tugs.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Can, Jan.
13. So firm is tho tteamer Uranium
on the rocks near Chcbucto head.
w her she struck in yesterdaj's fog,
that no amount of straining by
fleet pi tugs pulled her a foot toward
liberty this afteilioon After three
Ineffectual attempts to float her, on,e
of which threatened to land the tug
Scotsman on tho ledge bsslde her.
Captain EusUce decided be would
have to lighten the ship. Many of
the passengers are now on their way
to their destinations.
Him To Wear For
Suits That Regularly
$6.50 And $7.00
When it comes to wearing out clothes, if your boy
is a healthy little chap, he doubtless requires a new
suit as often as your neighbor's boy. You can teach
a boy to be neat, but all the admonishing in the world
to be careful is forgotten the moment the youngster'en
ters heartily into boyish play. So, as parents, be rea
sonable about it give your son well made clothing
but, for school wear, don't buy the expensive kind.
FOR ONLY $
You can buy him an excellent school suit, dependable In quality, fault
Jcss In tailoring and brimful of siyle. It is clearing time with tis. and
this price does not In the least represent the tnie of value of these
suits, their original selling prices ranging from ?5 $6 up to and in
cluding J70 values. The offer includes about 73 suits, odd lots and
depleted lines that we are hurryinj, out regardless of their cost. Sizes
frc-m nine to sixteen years, Double-Breasled and Norfolk styles. Some
of the coats have two psirs of Knickerbocker trousers Choice for $2.9S
LEAGUE FORMS TOR
Four Teams Organized and
Schedule of Weekly
Matches Is Made
A four team basket ball league,
which will play for the -remainder ot
the season, was formed last night at
the Y. M. C. A. Some of the best
players at the MY" are on the dif
The teams will be known as the
lllnes. Blacks, Reds and Greens. It
was decided that one game a week
would be played. This 'will be on
each Saturday .night, beginning with
next Saturday. The games will be
railed at 8 o'clock and no admission
I will be charged.. The captains of the
various teams win decide on the
referee. The constitution adopted
last night also provides that, 'unless
at least four men of a team show up
on the night of a game,-the gam:
shall be forfeited to the opposing
team. It was decided to charge an
admittance fee ot $1.50 for each team.
This will go towards a fund for the
purchasing of medals for the wlir
Tho first game will bo played on
Saturday night and will be between
the Reds and Dlues and the Greens
and the Blacks. The halves will bo
of fifteen minutes each each and
there will be a five minute interoils-
iue louowiuK is me line up ui ui
four teams: Reds. Daniels, captain.
Champion. Hodgson, Schmaltzel, Wit
tig and Bruramer; Blacks: Matfeo.
captain; McCuIloUgh. Medigovicb,
Drake, Cobb and Harbst; Gre.ens:
Thomas, captain; Slmthcrs, Yoakum,
Cnliii. Ryan and FiUpa,trick; Blues:
I'.enton. captain: Beyers, Verfuth,
BttUer. Jackson and Hibbard.
WEEKS FOR .SENATOR.
BOSTON. Mass, Jan. 13 Congresi
man John W. Weeks, of Newton, re
ceived today the unanimous support
of the republican majority In the leg
islature for the junior senatorsbip of
Massachusetts, now held by W. Slur
ry Crane, who declined to be a can
didate for reelection. The action
was reached after a four day party
caucus. After the republican caucus
the democratic legislators decided to
support Sherman ,L. Whipple, of
BILL CARRIES $40,000,000.
AVASH1NGTON. D. C. Jan, 13.
The first "pork barrel" appropriation
bill of the present sesslonjwas,' re
ported to 3be'Jhousettc4ay,bfenthe
house committee" oW riversand haW
liors brought In It annual appropria
tion hill providing for $40,SOQ,000 fo
improvement of rivers and harbors
throughout the country- The com
mittee agreed to the measure after a
story session that lasted several
Have He's A
Handsome A Suit
Jp Jf 50
W S? L?
If your boy needs a pal: of extra VnlckerlKsckcr.
here's an offer you can t afford to miss, made or
all cassimers. worsteds nd cheviots. In a wide
range of pattern suitable for boys' wear. incluJ
ing new effects in brown and gray Sizes for boys
from 7 to 17 years, JftcO'and l.Sl vi.lQes'Tor 75c.
6 P. M.
American Live Stock Ass'n.,
, It Is Said, Will Fight
Any Attempt to
WANT .GRAZING LAWS
PHOENIX, Jan. 1?. A bitter at
tack uon. the democratic policy of
tariff reduction as applied to dressed
meats and cattle on the hoof will be
launched at the ICthiannual conven
tion of the American?Liestock.ia8so-
aiiuu. wuicu win meui in inis puy
tomorrow. .. ,
The cattlement dlalm that any,-attempt
to put meat oaHhe free list will
be opposed by the American organiza
tion, They sjate that such a course
would 'be Inimical totthe Interests of
a greattlndustry and would work ir
reparable havoc As set forth by those
alrpady on the ground, "It will require
the most diligent and careful work by
the livestock and agricultural classes
to prevent the rank discrimination
contemplated by tbos? who wish to re
duce the tariff on meats and agricul
Many Questions Up
Among other questions which will
be considered at the annual meeting
of the association, are the following:
iinpori uuues on uvesiocK, mcii
products, wool andjhjdes.
"Control of disposition of the" semi-
arid unappropriated' public
"Classification of . Ufe" public domain
'and Investigation of land conditions In
me west uy a special committee oi
"Railroad rates on livestock frptn In
termountatn country" ,to Pacific' tpast
"Cases involving livestock rates
pending before ttreJnterstate com
"Rules governing transportation ot
less than carloads ofWlvestock.
"Railway service on livestock.
"Advance in commission charges
for sale ot livestock
"Margin betweenwhat the producer
receives for his livestock and wlhttitha
Consumer pays for his meat products.
Sanitary conditions of IIvcstocK
and control of contagious diseases.
"Meat -Inspection vx.
'Tax on olemargarfjie." -i
Mnu urazing Lang , t I
Federal control o1 the publlcT do; i
m'alD. and the restoration of arid crat'
Jng areas will be discussed by Pnf..
J. J Thorriber, ot the University ofi
rtruuira, uu tu mjiiiei m?, jium
cipal address nlont, tfitg line.
The convention isio be held at tne
Arironastechool of MJsic auditorium,
The. first day thef convention will
be called to order at 10 a. m, antl ,&,!
invocatron win ne or isisuop j. v, -tvood,
of the Episcopal Ulocese Ari
zona. Addresses of welcome will b deliv
ercd by Governor George W. F . Huut,
of Arizona; IJoyd B. Chribty, mayor
of Vhoenlx: Hugh Campbell, preb'dent
Arizona wool uruvtria ubbucuii.-ju, j
and Charles P. ullen, president Arl
zona Cattle Growers association
Responses will be made by C It.
Rhodes, Colorado; Edward C Iassa
ter, Texas, Robert J). Carey, Wyom
ing, followed by the annual address of
president H A. Jastro.
The afternoon session at 2 o'clo-k
will irst be devoted to the introdac
tion ot resolutions
"Livestock In San Francisco in 1915"
will then be discussed by D. O. Live
ly, commissioner of the livestock de
partment of the Panama-Pacific ex
position, "Co-operation," by A. F.
Stryker. secretary Omaha Livestock
exchange; and "Some Problems in the
Restoration of Arid Grazing Ranges"
by Prof. J. J Thornber, botanist, jn-
iverslty experiment station, Tucson.
Report of committee on forest re
serves and graz'ng lands and a dlscjs-
sion o the Lever land leasing bill, rt.
R. 19.857, will end the session.
KANSAS HAS DEM. GOVERNOR
TOPEKA. Kas Jan. 1?. George H
Hodges (democrat) was sworn in as
governor of Kansas today. succeed-
In? Walter R. Stubbi (Republican)
Mr Hodges is the first democrat
elected governor of Kansas In fifteen
vears and his installation was made
an occasion of enthusiasm for the
thousands of democrats who came
from all parts of the state to par
ticipate in the ceremonies.
Governor Stubbg and Governor
elect Rodges were escorted to the
state house by several companies ot
the Kansas National Guard. In the as
sembly chamber the oath of office
war administered to the new cxecu
tlve by Chief Justice William A.
Johnston The other state officers
elected In November, all of them re
publicans, were "sworn In. Ir.
a brief inaugural address Governor
Hodges reaffirmed the ante-electioii
pledges of bis party.
ANV MAY ASPIRE.
Johnson Says Westerners Have Op
portunities for Preferment.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 13. A
man from the west any part of the
west may now aspire to any position
In the gift of the United States and
that was accomplished during the last
campaign. Governor Hiram W. John
win, vice presidential candidate on
thp progressive ticket, proclaimed the
liosslbllitj of oven higher achieve
ments for Califomians in this man
nf t hero, today at a meeting of the
jUte'g' presidential electors.
1Tcaeher--,Tommy, what would
your mother say if yon shoqld cover
her floor with poanpt shells, as you
have laio?'' Toinfns ''Oh, hueks!"
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Westwood, Md. 'I am a fanner's
wife and do most of my own wprk when
I am able. I bad
nervous spelU, fe
male weakness and
down pains every
month. I also suf
fered much with my
right side. The pain
started in my back
and extended around
my right sid?t and
the doctor told me it
was organic inflam
mation. I was sick every three weeks
and had to stay in bed from two to four
"It is with great pleasure I tgllyoa
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has done for me. I have fol
lowed your directions as near as possi
ble, and feel much better than I have
felt for years. When I wrote yon bo
fore I was almost a wreck. You can
publish this letter if you like. It may
help to strengthen the faith of some
poor suffering woman." Mrs. JOHN P.
RICHARDS, Westwood, Maryland.
Women who suffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound to restore
If you Intro tlic slightest tlojijit
that Ljdia JE. Pinkham's VcKero
lle Compo tunf will help j-ou.-ivtUo
to Lydia HPJnkhaniMedicincCo.
i ice. Your letter -will ho openqd,
read and answered by a woman,
and held In strict coniidenec.
GREAT IRISH DRAMA
. HI ROM THEATRE
"The Kerry Gow," Joseph
f Murphy's Great Irish
4 Pictures!?"' " ''
ToV more than, thirty years Mr.
JosfDb Murphy, $ic noted actor, pre-
seated thls"fampus play front his own
jjj,. . Theale.rai coSparijfehave.purJ
f-rhnriwi tm-; -nhhTo-nl.-iv "richtrf1- jndl
"chased tHb "photo-play "rights" and'
fruntf gone' to-UreUind andi'iiavp
brought back with them the true at
mosphere and evoryreal characterist1
1c of the Irish soil and the Irish
heart. You will see the Lakes ot
Klllarncy." the "Gap of Dunloo." the
picturesque highwavg of old Ireland
and many typical, humorous types.
The romantic and pathetic by-plays
make a veritable "Embarrassment of
Riches," there U the clever escape
of Dan from the castle prison; there
Is tho fine seene beneath the prison
walls when the rescuers come and
help the bold hero into the boat and
laugh at the shots of the guards, there
Is the stuttering sergeant, a most ex
quisite bit of comedy; there Is the
steeplechase, a real race, as jou can
?ee by watching the horses swerve
as they near tho hurdles at full
nped. Then there is the very pretty
and thrilling incident of the three
carrier pigeons. Mere words aro in
adequate to record all the gems of
this great Irish production and the
greater part must be left to the pic
ture Itself. Sufflcle to say that, as
the picture unfolds on the screen at
the Royal, the audience will witness
the greatest of all Irish dramas done
in motion pictures.
Jelly Roll Recipe
Oniy Tvo EdlJs Required
By Mrs. Janet McKezzie Hill, Editor of
the Bostot: Cooking School Magazine
This Jelly Roll is fast becominij ver7
popular on account of Uie way it keeps
fresh. With proper handling it should
keep fresh a whole week, providing it
Isn't eaten up in the meantime, for it is
every bit as good as it looks. 33
One cf ttf ltd four; teant iatf lea '
tfoonfal salt; 2 level tcatfoonfuls K C '
Lattng- Povtde'f grated rin-i of 1
lemon; XefgJ ecalen fgtt; i cupjagur;
yi cuf tot tnili; glets of jelly i fod
Bat the sugar into the eggs; add the
tenon rind, then Uie floor, sifted three
Um3 with Uie salt and baking powdcr
aad, lastly, the milk. Bake in a but
tered dripping' pn:i; tarn out on a damp
cloth, trim off the ensp edges; spread
with Jelly and tnrn over and over into
a roll while still warm. Dredge the top
with powdered sngar. ,
Hot milk used In the jelly roll en
ables it to be rolled without danger of
exacting. Have thctnilk ca!ding hnt,
alio bepreallf.Juvc$;ttie,e and
injbtr btefl'vtether tnilSeryight
,aud, creamy. ' Bike li a moderate pv en.
V TZ-C Tellv Roll is illustrated on .race
thlrtv-twp of the new and handsomely
illmiratert 64-'paije K C Cook's Book,
which may oe secured fret by sentlinji
the certificate packed in CTery 23-ceut
on or K C Baking- Powdfr to the
Jaques Hrc. Co., Ciutt0, III.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: ttWnWtK .
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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Office Main St
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High piass Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner$rora 5(30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Paily HEKRY POPPEN, Manage
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THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD 00.
PASSENGER SERVICE .
O-Cji a. in. Lv Clifton ar. 353 p. m.
7;34 a. in Lv Guthrie lx 3:12 p. m". '
S-18 a. m Lv Duncan I.v 2:26 p XA.
5 38 a. ra Lv Lords.burg Lv 1:23 p. m.
10. 15 a. m. Ar Hacblta Lv 1150 p. m.
SO'Jh bound train connects' 'with
KQUthern Pacific west bound trafn
No 1, leaving Lordsburg lOrCT" a."m., "
Mountain Tim, -
South bound train connects with El
.Has & fofieTtera ealt-'und
traV for ElTaSO. Iwtltfg Hacn"lta 3t
1 a in.. Mountain TlKle'J, -anfT'
witlt wesi bound train" for1 Do-aglos
and RIsbcfe leaving Hacblta at100
a. m Mountain Time.
if tr vtvsnv
, Cl&H3Dvrl?r, General Iassanp6cA
U- " ' -i'-TCT-'-
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I'Aona 15. Op. Depot AmbuUnM
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