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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913
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JIM J BAGA
New Mexfcans Who Seek
Defeat of Senator Fall Be
lieve They Must First
Get New Speaker
FALL IS ON GROUND
SANTA FE N. M Jan. 14. On the
eve of the second ses-sion of the New
Mexico legislature within ji year. In
terest centers In the almost certain
preclpitatlou of a senatorial contest,
brought nbout by the attack on thy
validity of senator .A. B. Fall's second
election and the rumored fight having
for Its object the deiosltlou of Sixjak
er Ranwu L. Baca.
The tight on Speaker Baca, It is re
ported In legislative circles. Is to be
the first step towards the attempt to
-recall Senator Fall. Backing the
fight pn Dacca is said to bo the reg
ular republican organization, whtcn
could make little headway In an at
tempt to elect a man to succeed Fall
in the United States senate, were
Speaker Baca to retain his position,
for with the power that goes with the
iwsltion of presiding olllcer of the'
house, he would probably wield enougn
Influence to block the election of any
After Baca's Job.
There are two candidates for
speaker to succeed Baca, lirominentlv
mentioned. These are Bias Sanchez.
of Mcra county, a standpat member,
and John. Baron Burg acknowledged
leaaer or the "progressives.."' and
xuuse loiiuwers. u m numuer. em
bracing a coalition ot Progressives"
and democrats' deadlockeothe legis
lature a year ago for nln weeks,
aided and abetted by several recal
citrant members of the old gityTd.
Fall Is Not Inactive.
That Senator Fall does not intend
to allow his Interests to suffer is
evidenced by his presence in the cap
Hal. It is jsaid that he Is here for
the purrose of seeking a re-election,
providing the senate committee on
privileges 'and elections, gives the cre
dentials gained by his second elec
tion. Just before the legislature ad
journed early la"st summer.
With the speakership row and the
eeuatorlal controversy heading, the
legislative calendar, things are ex
pected to happen rapidly in the next
WIFE CANNOT JELL
STORY OF HUSBAND
Law Prohibits Testimony of
5pouse Against Husband
in Felonv Case
UTAH LAWMAKERS ASSEMBLE
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Jan. 14.
The Utah legislature assembled to
day and proceedea to the work of
organization. The republican con
trol both bouses. Revision of the
state election laws, reforms in the
methods of assessment and taxation.
nnd a mothers' pension law are amcfcs-bcjtirjhe muoh-dlsoussed Oregon law
the important subjects on the legis
lative program. ,Vo United States
senator is to be chosen at this session.
PIIOBXIX, Jan. 14 On the grounds
that a yife is not a competent wit
ness to testify either for or against
her husband in a felony case. Justice
O. U Johnson yesterday dismissed a
case In which a Mexican was being
tried for not supporting bis wife and
The point was raised by Attorney
John B. Wright, who represented na
defendant. The man wa cuiri
with not contributing "u, jhe support
to his wife and two children and the
state relied on her testimony to make
Its case. The woman testified but
when the point was raised, that her
testimony could not be considered
as she was not a competent witness,
being the wife of the defendant, it
was disregarded and the case dis
missed. This condition of affairs will ue
called to the attention of the state
code commission. S. U Pattee, and It
la probable that a law will be Intro
duced In the next legislature that
will make a wife a competent witness
against her husband In cases ot non
Similar cases have been tried in
Tucson justice court but the point
raised by Attorney Wright yesterday
has not been raised before.
The necessity for additional pro
visions to safeguard the wife and
fuothur will probably be taken up by
the women of the state who have
been recently elected to suffrage and
efficient legislation insisted upon.
In another non-support case recent
ly it was held that where a man and
woman had not been legally married
regardless of how long they had lived
together as mates or how many chil
dren they had. he could not be com
pelled to contribute to their support.
This also will be called to the ft
tehtion of the legislature.
The decision of Justice Johnson
yesterday .however, is more far-reaca-Ing.
as It compels the state to prove
non-support by witnesses other than
the wife, which would be utterly im
possible in many cases, as was true
In the case yesterday.
Central Committee Gives Its'
Favor fo Applicants for
TRIAL JURY IN
CLOIIB, Jan. 14. The Democratic
County Central committee met Sat
urday night and endorsed candidates
from the various applicants for fed
eral appointive positions In the coun
ty and state which it is expected Will
be vactru vj tne present republi
can incumbents when the democratic
Tjmlnlstration takes office
Of the twenty-two members of the
county central committee, 17 were
present and two were represented by
proxy. Twelve were present from
(..lobe, three from Miami, one from
Young, one front Copper Hill and
San Carlos and Paysou were each
represented by proxies.
The following are the endorse
ments of the committee: '
For collector of. Internal rjjvenue
for Arizona and Nfytf Mexico 'Jf"-J;
Keegan., , :i,fv
For United States marshaPJoe
Uiilon. . -.'"
For postmaster at Globe O, W Ml
For postmaster at Miami Horry
For collector of customs at No-gales-J.
For assistant United States attor
ney Kugene Miller.
The matter ot the endorsement of
Wiley E. Jones of Saflord for United
States . attorney came before the
meeting and was passed over.
Fifty Jurors Are Called ( for
v-ourt on January 27;
Criminal Docket tyill
Be Called Jan. 17
TWO ARE SENTENCED
(Special to The Review)
TOMBSTONE, Ariz.,, Jan. 14. A
jury was drawn today and will re
port to the superior court In this oty
for duty on January 27. Fifty jurors
were drawn to serve In the trial of
criminal cases, of which there are
now a great many on the court dock
et. " '
These Jurors were drawn ly J. l
JaJmes. clerk of the superior court,
Owen-E. Murphy, county recorder,
and Guy Welsh, under sheriff, w,io
acted for Sheriff Wheeler in his ab
sence. The criminal calendar of the iu
perlor court will be called on January
17., when all these 'cases will bo sut
for trial. Those who are out on bond
will be required to present themselves
on that date for arrangement and en
tering of their pleas.
James, clerk of the superior court,
both of Douglas, charged with bur
glarizing the Grove aloon In thatycity.
plead guilty yesterday to Ulrgtary
in the second degree and were both
sentenced to sene five" years in the
pen'tentary It Is alleged that they
secured over $100 ffom the saloon
when they surreptlclously entered It
DUNNE TAKES OFFICE
OREGON LEGISLATURE OPENS
SALEM. Ore.. Jan. 13. For the
second time within a few years an
Oregon legislature is about to elect
a United States senator whose polit
ical faith is the opposite of that of
the majority of its members. Notwith
standing that '.he legislature which
convened today jfe overwhelmingly
tepubllcan it will elect as United
Slates senator. Dr. Harry Lane, a
democrat as the colleague of Senator
I hamberlain. also a democrat, whd
was elected under similar circum
stances four years ago. The election
of Dr. Lane will be In compliance
which pledges the legislators to vote
for the candidate for senator who
received the highest popular vote at
the November election.
SPRINGFIELD, lil.f Jan.-14. Ed
ward F. Dunne, the first democrat to
b elected governor of -Illinois since
John P. Altgeld retired from pfficc
sixteen years ago, was inaugurated
today In the presence of a large as
semblage of people, who gathered
here from all parts of the state to wit
noss the ceremony. Democratic
marching clubs escorted the governor
elect from his hotel to the capitol.
where the Inauguration ceremony
took place at noon in the assembly
chamber. Chief Justice Dunne of the
state supreme court administered
the oath of office. Governor Dunne
delivered a short inaugural' address
In which he outlined thd pltlns of lils
administration. Later In the afteo
noon the new governor held a pub
lic reception at the executive mansion.
INAUGURATED IN OHIO.
COLUMBUS, "O., Jan. 14. The in
auguration of l former Congressman
James H. Cox as governor of- the
state of Ohio today was attended by
the pageantry and pomp- which arc
usually made a part .of the cerenve
nies on the occasion of the admjnis-.
tration of the oath of office to the
chief executive of the Commonwealth
Many visitor from all parts of the
state were in attendance.
Have You A
To Sixteen Years.?
Boy Of Nine
If You Have He's A
Lucky Boy, For You Can Buy Him As Handsome A Suit
As You'd. Want Him To Wear For
Suits That Regularly
Sell For $5.00,56.00,
$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 bov. You can teach
a boy to be neat, but all lhe 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.
Boys9 Corduroy $
ranis, oizes w
Boys Corduroy Pants In brown and Drab colors
full peg-top fctyles, belt loops and flaps on rocket
to button, all seams tapod and "double stitched
reinforced where the strain comet- buttons put
on to stay. Sizes from 6 to If. years, regular $1 '.'
values specially priced at $1.25.
FOR ONLY $
Vi can bay blra an excellent school suit. deendable In quality, fault
less in tailoring and brimful of style. It is clearing time with us. and
this price does not In the least represent the true of value of these
RHlts, their original selling prices ranging from $5, $6 up to and In
ctoalag StM vaiwe. The offer Includes about -75 suits, odd" lots ami
depleted lines that we are hsrrylne out regardless of their cost Sixes
from nlfie to sixteen years. Doable-Breasted aad Norfolk styles. Sbnie
of the coats have tt.o pairs of knickerbocker trousers Choice for ?2-93
Pants, $1 &$l-25
If your boy needs a, pal- of extra knickerbockers
here's an offer you can t afford to miss, made" of
all cassimers. worsteds md cheviots, In a wide
range of patterns suitable for boys' wear. Inclnd
tng new effects In brown and gray. Size for boys
from i to li years,
, ,J1 00 and JL2J fr.lnesfor 75c
CLOSES AT .
- -8 A. M.
I Taste or Odor I
1913 Edition of This Almanac
Is Vast Compendium
Packed within the 823 pages, "The
World Almanac and Encyclopedia" lor
1913 Is a vast compendium of useful
knowledge, remarkably inclusive In
its scope and at the same time gen
erous as to detail. "It i a printed In
formation bureau which answers the
thousands of questions raised every
day in liome, offlcel and even In the
school, bearing on political, historic,
scientific, legal, commercial, and oth
er subjects. It Is a tabloid reference
library condensed In one volume yet
so generously yielding Information
that it corresponds to a library com
prising hundreds of Solumes. What is
the question In your- mind? The n
dex gives you theNsubject and in Ics3
than a minute the page is open before
you and your answer Is there. What
Is the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty? What
were the benefactions in 19127 What
have been the Polar discoveries?
What is the population of Detroit,
Mich.? What are the penalties for
crime in the various .states? Who aro
S. Army and
In the United
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the great store ot information in the
book. Art Music,, Literature, Drama.
Geographical Research, Electrical Pro
gress, Sporting Records, Marine Dis
asters, The Panama Canal Act of 191.J,
and, the New Pension Law. of 1912
these .but hint at the wide scope of
subjects covered in the book's inclu
sive range. Of convenient size it can
be carried In the coat pocket it Is
'nvaluable to the man wno needs a
reference library within band's reash
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LL1ARDS UNO POOL
6 P. M
List of Players and Handi
caps in the Line-up for
Beginning his evening, a pool and
billiard tournament will be started at
the lodge rocms of the Loyal Order
of the Moose. Among those entored
for tee two oveflts are the best pool
and billiard playors In the local Moose"
lodge. There will be three praes
awarded for the billiard and four' for
lhe pool events.
The following istbc list of entries,
together with tne nanmcaps:
Entries for Billiards:
A. Rriscoe. 136; J. Becker, GS; T.
Jlonnier. 6, J: A." M. Vonk, 35; W
Von Hammet 6S; L. M. Brown; 66:
It. Salholm. 90; W E. Spanldin'g, 50;
W. J. Gelst. US; W". S. Laaford, 55;
Cfeas. Cave. 45: W. L Humnpfieh, 10-
Pool Elimination Rules:
Y C. Bron. 8; J. Becker,, 75; T.
Monnler. 75; L. M" Brown, 75: J. &
Dunn. ; C. V. Marshall, 75; R. B.
Salhoni. 7S:-J. A. M. Vonk. 33; W.
Von Hamwet 55; F. C. Bledsoe". 6&;
A. D. Firestone. 45; W. fi. Spauldlng.
0; O. L Mixe. S0r I S Burgess', 30;
Ji. . Sanchez 50; M. It Smith. GO;
I'-us Borresc- 60; K. Ross, 30; G W
Ludwis. SIK.F E. Henntt h E. S.
i Marez, ,76. ,
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ACCUSED OF WIFE MUHDEH
finVINGTONV 'fnd.. "Can. 13. Tim
' case. of. Gilbert 'rumtqJV, under In
dictment for inn Jnurder 6f Six wife.
I Anna. CmmJgyJ w4s calKed . for uja!
That offensive taste and odor in seme beers is easily avoided.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives the best
protection against light. . '
"While beer quickly deteriorates when it is
exposed to direct sunlight, such deterioration,
although greatly retarded, will eventually take
place in diffused light. Beer exposed to the
rays of the sun will very quickly acquire the
so-called 'skunk taste'."
Extract from Proceedings of the Second Inlenutkmal Hrewers Con
grc Iirld in Chicago October 19-21, 1911. Vol. 1, page 300.
We have -adopted every invention, every idea that
could make for purity.
The Brown Bottle is only another step in Schlitz
Our beer was first brewed in a hut. Today our
agencies dot the earth. -Our output exceeds a million
barrels a 'year.
More and more people every year arc drinking
Schlitz. Why don't .you?
Kisbcc I leer Co.
Sre that cretcn er cork
is branded ' 'SckKtz. ' '
1 fll I
S III VtH H.
Made Milwaukee fa mou
000 LICENSES ARE
Reasonable Time Will Be
Given But Officials Are
Anxious to Clear Dogs
Although the dog licenses have no-v
been due for some time, hardly a dog
owner has yet paid his license.
"We desire to give the owners of
dogs all the time necesjry to pay
their licenses," said Marshal Watkins
yesterday, "tut at the present rate
that they are coming in, it wilt be
months before the licenses are pa.d
and the dogs properly tagged. Dogs
without tags are not allowed on the
streets and, after giving a reasonable
time In which to pay the taxes, the
police will be instructed to take up all
dogs that arc not tagged."
It ( reported that there aro many
stray dogs Is the city. There have
not been any cases of biting by do?B
recently. The police wieh to get the
strar tkiuft sanaratetl so thai nnvaj.
"futons against She "meagrete" over-
I running the city oac be taken.
fav In tin. S7inttii circuit r.Anrf
.;.. .., ... . , ..-,, .
rs. Croinlcx! "vas niur4ared In hfr I
jpme In AlUca u.tbe night of u&to-1
Bisbee Lumber Gompany, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL VEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDER8
HARDWARE, DCORS AND CASHES OF ALL KIND3, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A 8PECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-125 EMIL MARKS, Manager.
ELLEN BEACH YI
Recjtal Proves to Be One of
Pleasantest Evests of
A recital of more than usual Inter
est to rauslc lovers was given at the
Orpheum Theater last evening by
Madam Ellen Iltsacb Yaw, who is one
of the most popular singers in the
United States, assisted by Franklin
Cannon, solo pianist.
Madam Yaw has a voice of purest
melody, and her singing was a rerela
tion to her hearers. The marvelous
s-cope of her attainments cannot easi
ly be framed la ct.mprehersive Eng
lish. Her clear soprano, flexuous and
powerful, soars to daring heights with.
the nocbalacee of a bird, and Its ex
tent and relume and. brilliance make
OLYMPIA, Wasu Jan. 11. With
two women included la Its raember-
! ta iVlnLiBLSat r?Jn' h orn vehicle of the masted
A?,, imi ? ffn f6 t0da'lU'Pwtlons. aad her dramatic art is
flSZJZT ??' "?"ns tortlr ! than her distinction as a
K2"? taJ?a. " "' " I prjww donna.
uun piainiKru iui utmmaerauon hu flu, nnvfm-n
M v jri wpMiaa
acuon. No United States seaatoni
are to be elected at this session.
KANSAS CITY POULTRY SHOW
KANSAS .CITY. Mo.. Jan. 14. Tho
Kansas City iHterna-'mal Poultry
Show, ffhleh opened In Conventlor
hall today. Is protftbly the biggest
show o fthe yertr, . nearly T,,mt fowl
belniJon. xWbUloj.' I addition to
the blue blood opoultrj.dpm. tne dis
play .'embraces tflanp breads of JOjA.f
pigeons, rt&blts, oats ana, other rar
Idles of pet Mock. The' eitiltitlo'n
-will continue through the week.
wag a fall ohc and
to encores she sang
many of the old time melodies, and
several compositions of her own.
among which were the "Cradle Song."
"The Cuckoo" and the "Skylark."
The latter .Is a most remarkable pleco
of work, with runs and trills ot eerie
like sweetness' and highness
The audience was exceedingly en
thusiastic, ami repeated encores -were
Another rare treat was the piano
numbers of Mr. Franklin Cannon.
His rendition of selections from Cro
pin, Liszt, Leschetizky and others
were a delight to all who heard him.
and wore enthusiastically applauded.
He -proved himself a master of his
chosen instrument .He te the man
who was selected for the position ot
iotoWt at the Liszt centennial cele
bration In Europe last year, and hid
accompaniments to Madam Yaw's
songs were raos sympathetically and
Madam Yaw ami Mr. Cannon will
always And a warm welcome await
ing them by the music Ioers of
Chronic Constipation Cured.?
HJ yeurs ao I had Jhe" ivorst
caae of cbroak cosBtlpation I ever
know of, awl Chamberlain's Tablets
cured me," wrkes S. 1 Fish "Brook
lyn. Mich. Far sale by all dealers.
Chmn, eeUoa rags at lUrtaw'aOefc
There is Only One
That is -
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USED THE.WORLD OVER.fO CU A eOtHIU'OHS OAY;
Alwayj remember the fall name.
for this gnatnie on ev;ry box.
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