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TITE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913
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OF NEW SYSTEM
Corporation Commission De
sire Railroads Shall Have
Uniform System for
Tho Ariiuna Corporation Comral
slon oauHi their heurlns .yesterday
morning In the supreme court cham
ber at llio,nlx upon too prottoeitton
of a uniform system of bookkeeping
and accounting for all the railroaiis
doing uublnesa within the state. There
aro a number of prominent railroad
accountants and auditors now In Phoe
nix for the hearing, among whom are
S. T. Bledsoe of Oklahoma, the ei
IHTt of the Santa Ke sjstem Tu
Banta Fo has also present fbr V"
hearing A. I "t'on,rad. assistant n
eral auditor from San Ffanaleqo, And
A. Jf. Debunrow, general Sudltor o!
the Southern Pacific at. Sou Fran
cIbco. A. U Han ley or EPJstf, gn
eral auditor of the Kl Paso Souti.
western system, is also In the city,
representing his road. Tlie corpora
tion commission has here as ani ex
pert witness L. S. Mayer, accountant
of the Oklahoma Corporation Com
mission.' The ordor for the hearing, to
gether with a copy of the proposed
forms which go into every detail ot
income and disbursement of a rail
road company, was Issued some tliut
ngo, and In accordance therewith '.h
hearing Is now on. The forms pro
posed to be used were obtained when
Commissioner A. W. Cole and Hate
Clerk A. W. Jones isited Oklahoma
City borne months ago and inspected
the system in vogue In that offlc?
While the Arizona forms are not Idea
ileal they are modeled upon the Okla
noma system witn 1041 mouitlcatloiiR
The state will be represented at tif
hearing lu addition to Secretary
Smith and Hate Clerk Joaes, by At
tornej'-General Uullurd. who beMeet
the system will, if installed, largelj
assist in reaching a basis, of the jthj
sical valuation of. the property of tke
railroad companies vithin the btate.
The objection of the raflroad com
panies" ts not to a uniform system ot
accounting but to so many ot them.
One.of the visiting gentlemen t-j.ii
last even'ng that the Interstate' Com
merce Commission provides one s3
turn. Oklahoma another, and Texas
anothef. and now comes Arizona with
another, if they were all alike thare
could be no objection to thorn.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr.. Dyspeptic, would you like tr
feel that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any, kind
of rood jou desired without Injury?
That'jpnay ,see.m so, uulikely" (.0 joti
th,i?qou do not eteit'hftpe for an
ending of your trouble, but permi
ns to assure you that It is not alto
gether lmKsbible. If otheis can b
cured permanently, and thousand
have been, why not you?- John It
Marker, ot Battle Creek, Mtch Js on
of them. He says T was troubled '
wiui utturiuuju. luuistratiuu. auu 11 htnod
er complaint until I used Chamber '
Iain's 'Tablets, then my trouble was
3nCtSld "" de",er"-Adj; Bad State of Mind.
, 4 V ' Peevishnese,lf indulged In too often,
?.- . ; . . 1 brings oa a sort of permanent
"Nesting" Lifeboats., 'greucb," If we allow ourselves to
One' of the .great transatlantic , Sl Irritated and disagreeable over in-
steamship companies has determined finltesltnal troubles pretty soonevery
,to'malg use of the system peaiTy- j thing that doesn't go just our way will
ing tSiiU on deck known as "nesting."
'Nesting requires a boat of specWcon
structlon. for the standard lifeboat
jcould not be nested above two, or at
tho outside three, deep.
Matter cf lentality.
"Do you think fishing .is a con-
genial recreation for really brainy
men?" "Undoubtedly It takes a pretr
ty smart persoa to think, up any new
stories to tell when he g'-ts home."
At some time or another nearly everyone
gets an attack of the "blues," e-erj thing seenrs to
go wrong:, and the whole world has a dreary loot
That is the time when a little Sunny Brook The
Pure Food Whiskey- will perform a magical change.
Its rich, fragrant bouquet, and mellow flavor make
it a delicfons beverage every golden drop pleases
the senses and soothes the nerves. Best of all, its
ciaduU ptmtr and kveUt dmioprj nudtatut pnptrUa maka
It us pert eeOy Mrfe in tact bisbly bcncAcul
Sunny Brcok The Pure Food Whiskey is Bottled In
Bond every bottle bears the Green Government Stamp, so that In
addition to the nnsoalinl iraarantee br the lcrtt iaidkn f "?."'
mrtd tnat U qualify it unturtastnt, yoa have the oranrr of tee U S Ojovertiment
ISt every dSn is pore. ,S7l. 2rbt wkuLer OB.ltr.ted. fll m.tured
iZd U. S. StcmUrd lOOf, proof.
A. STEINFELD & CO,
General DktribHtor TUCSON, ARIZ.
WIEUfJ FAILS IN
Works Long and Hard Try
ing to Get Into Safe of
1 ucson Store
TUCSON, Jan. H. An axe. a hay
hook and a kothw drivw Hfure the
uiote liked by an amtter burglar on
ifca lrun aufe"bf the Tuomjii Hay and
drain company Saturday night or
early Snmlay morning. Instead of
HiieeewdruK in ojtealng the "box safe.
however, ihe bHrglar put h In juicu
a ooiidltlon that It took 11 skilled Baft
repalrur all day Sunday to open it.
The burxlar wag H-eoTerel ' S.
V. Rarkle), of Ihe Tucson Hay and
Grain company Sunday morning Tho
Wirglar liad entered the back door
of the place. He ttged an axe to
mash the dial nf the safe and falling
to open It in that manner he straight
ened out a bay hook and tried to
Irlvo the bolts out of the hinges of
be safe door. Having failed to open
the afe with a Mralghtened hay
hook, he made a hook out ot 1
straight screw driver and tried to
',en it with that but again railed. He
.text tried to chop out the hinges
with the axe. He also used nuts
row an okl letter press, which he re
nioied, but in what way it Is not
Had the man turned the dial a
fraction and pulled the door would
lae come open," said S. Y. BarKley.
Ve do not use the safe to keep
money In. only for our books and at
he time the man was trying to open
It there was only eighty-live cents
in the safe. The safe is seldom ever
ocKed ami when I want to open It I
always have to look sip the combina
The burglar went 'through the cash
drawer but did 1101 disturb anything
in it. Including a dollar's worth of
stamps. The burglar was evidently
a rank amateur as a safe cracker
and judging from the manner la
"hlch he went about opening th
safe he must lune been "anan with
delirium tremens badly lu need of n
drink," says Mr. Barklcy.
Won by Degrees.
"Dashlngton seems to have finally
made a conquest of that Scsdmore
girl. Wonder how It all came about"
"The first time she saw him she gave
him her eye. the next time they met
she gave him her arm. It wasn't long
before he waa holding both of her
bands, soon after that be won her
heart, and she lost her head and gave
herself to him completely." Judge.
Pestilent Femaie Mosquito.
The female mosquito often live
through the winter, hlbemr.tlng In
dark plaogs like attics, clothes presses,
and" the erevtfo between floor and
baseboard or outdoors In the cracks
in the bark of trees. As scon as the
pools of water are warm enough in
the spring so her eggs w ill not freeze
she begins to lay. and ten days to
to4 sMy forth for thelr flrst laJite of
w infpiucu ao a jniwi;uiil Bittiu ui
fate, and we will get the fixed I Jo,
that life is treating us very badly In
deed. Inevitable Result.
"I am surprifced to har'that Dubb
lelgh has brokon down," said Stubbs.
"He used to' have it splendid constitu
tion." "Yes," said Wigglethorpe. "but
he began amending It." Harper's
Weekly. " '
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Coconino Stockmen Strong
ly in Favor of Continu
ing Forest Range Un
der Federal Control
IN FAVOROF LEASES
I'HOISNIX, Jan. 14. Coclnlno coun
ty 8tockgrowers will be opposed to
any proposition that will make for
state control of the nat'onil forests,
according to K. H. Crabbe, a promin
ent member of the Coconino county
stockgrowers association, who is 'n
the city to attend both the Arizona
cattlemen's convention and the na
tional Ihe stock convention. It s
claimed that the forest ranges are
now be'ng well administered undr
the supervision of the central author
ity of the forest service and that the
cowmen are unwilling to endanger
.heir industry by trying something
they know nothing about and which
-III jeopardize their interest.
At the same time the cattle men In
the north will object to any proposi
tion that will decrease or Increase the
present boundaries of the national
forests. The same reasons obtain for
the forests retaining this control as
do against state control of the pres
ent national forest. It Is the opinion
of a number of these men that slm-e
the national government arbitrarily
took a great deal of the ranges Into
the national forests under protest,
and-now after a number of years
they are being admin'stered satlsfac
to. ily to tbe cattlement it will be a
mistaken policy to turn that land
which is not actually forest land now
In the boundaries or the forests again
into tbe open, without any control.
At the same time there appears to
be a sentiment In favqr of a lease
law. some sentiment In favor of fed
eral control of the open grazing lands.
ind a number of the proiiosltlons mat
are to come up for "discussion at the
sessions of the big convention this
v eek. ,
The cattle business now in the
north, according to Sir. Crabbe is in
excellent shape, and the outlook good
for next year. There has been plen
ty of precipitation In the mountains
'nd on the ranges insuring a supply
of water and grass during the com
Mrs. IVank Ireland of Wilton. Me.,
aas a begonia which she .thinks can
not bo beaten for size In the state.
Tho plant Is seven feet and one Inch
all and the stalk is two Inches in
JIametcr at tbe base It began to
blossom in last month and ha3 bios
wmed continuously since. Tboro are
fqw 20 pinj and whl(o cliistejblos-
jvu;a uu lhu iuuih.
Mother Warned In Time.
An -unusual occurrence took place
at Notgrove. Gloucestershire, England,
recently. A boy ot two and a girl of
three were playing beside a targe
trough, when the boy fell into tbe wa
ter. The little girl ran to tho boy's
mother and in lisping tones said
"Babby in water." The mother ran to
the trough, took the boy out, and with
assistance brought him round.
Woman Opposes Suffrage.
Mrs. Clark Fisher of Hast Hanover
street. Trenton, principal owner of
the Fisher &. Norrl anvil works, who
Is known far and wide tbruighout the
country, conducted the fight for the
anti-suffragists of New Jersey against
tbe equal suffrage- bill. She appeared
at the hearing to be held In the state
house, and, with aids, offered argu
ments against votes being given to
women in that state. Mrs. Fisher was
asked to take up tbe Sght there by
tbe New York Anti-Suffrage League.
Work of Youthful Writers.
A western paper recently, offered a
prize for the best story to be written
by a pupil of the publlp school. Here
are a few passages from the contri
butions: "Cora Brown was fortunate
ly the possessor cf a birthday, for
she was the daughter of rich friends?
"Bat all this time a cloud was gath
ering over Sirs Delaney, which grew
targe as years went by. and that cloud
was full of grasshoppers." "My
father desired me to marry a bank
president, a handtome, reckless man.
fond of naught save , the gaming
table." "Tat I dell you, vat I dell
you, thouted the Irishman." "As she
entered tbe room a cold, damp smell
met her sight."
Remedy for Damp Walls.
Boil two quarts of tar with two
ounces clean (kitchen) grease In an
iron saucepan of convenient size, for
a quarter of an hour. To this mix
ture add some slaked- llrao and very
finely pounded glass which has been
previously put through a hair-sieve
Two parts lime to one of glass and
worked to the thickness of a thin
plaster Use as soon as made as it
soon becomes hard. One coat an Inch
thick will generally answer the pur
pose, but If wall Is very damp, two
coats may be applied. Paint over the
cement or plaster and. If wanted. It
may be papered as any ordinary wall
"I wonder." mused little Harry, who
was studying his Sunday school lesson,
"If men will ever live to be SCO or 600
years old again? ' "No, I guess not,"
replied his six-year-old sister. "The
Lord tried the experiment once and
thpy got so bad ha bad to drown most
LAGIi OF CARE WILL
Aside from combine it when they
think necessary marry ''people give
110 attention whatever to their hair.
Then "when the hair begins to fall out
It never occurs to thein that their
trouble Is the result of personal care-
An occasional application of New!
bro's Herplclde will not only preven;
) of halr but ptrmlt a luxuriant
Herplclde kills thi- germ that causes
tandruff and to thU germ most halriu. Detroit, Mfh. Advertisement C70
Appeal of W. J. Crowell and
Frank Norr, Now Serv
ing Murder Sentence
Was , Passed
MANY CASES ARE SET
All cases on the supreme court cal
endar, at Phoenix, were called ye
terday and passed, set for trial or
tet for argument. Among those that
were passed are the appeals of W. J.
Crowell and Frank Nort, accused ofj
tut, muruer 01 a uepuiy sueria ai
Hed Rock. Nort and Crowell are In
the penitentiary serving long sen
tences. The transcript of evidence In these
criminal cases was received by the
tupreme court only a short time ago.
A few days ago the attorneys filed
certain stipulations and it was agreed
that both cases should be passed for
Other criminal cases were disposed
of as follows:
Epifanlo Ochoa versus the State of
State of Arizona versus Jake Mil
Alfonso Flrigenzl versus State of
Arizona. Set for trial January 15.
W. D. Webb versus State of Ari
zona. Judge Honry D, Ross disqual
ificd and Judge O. W. Schute called
Nick Povirh versus State of Ari
Ed Branch versus State of Arizona.
On the civil side of the calendar
action was taken as follows:
Territory of Arizona versus board
of supervisors of Graham county. Set
for argument February 20.
Shannon Coppe company versus
Dell M. Potter. Submitted.
John lloyle versus Oro Plata Min
ing and Milling company. Set for
bearing January 22.
Albert Stcinfeld versus Omega Cop
per company. Passed.
Emellne T. Thomas versus Susan
M. Bartleson. Set for trial January H.
Sylvester Could et al versus P. B.
s?oto and Anthony Coenon, adminis
trators of tho estate of Altagracia
Ochoa Set for tnal January 22
John N. Gannon versus supervisors
or Pima county. PasBed.
G. W. Ball versus C. R. Crtim et al.
Cleve W. Van Dyke versus Cor
dova Coppe company. Set Tor hear
ing February H
W. Thomas versus John M. Speese.
Set for argument January 24.
John R. Richards versus Paul B.
Warnekros. Set Tor argument Janu
James A. Fleming and Li. E. Hew
Ins versus Black -Warrior Copper com
pany. Set lor argument January 28.
State or Arizona at the relation ot
Z. O. Plna et al. versus supervisors
or Graham county. Set for argu
ment February 24.
Violet Houck, appellant, versus
Ruth Anderson, in the matter or tha
estate ot Peter Anderson. Set ror
argument February 23.
J. F. Daggs versus Howard Sheep
Gila Valley Copper company ver
sus W. C. Gilpin et at Submitted
without argument on stipulation.
Maricopa county versus J. D.
George W. Hull versus Joe Larson.
Judge Ross disqualified and Judge
J E. O'Connor called to sit at hear
ing January 20.
Richard Hart versus Francisco
Elargo. On motion of appelant case
dismissed without prejudice.
John IL Pone versus Olsen tc
Big Four Advertising company ver
sus Donald H. Klingen. plaintiff in
crrorc Allowed till February 1 to file
M. E. Melsenger, whose true name
ts Mrs. J. II. Adams, versus Henry
John D Pattr versus County of
Duel Has Happy Ending.
At Edinburgh two Italians met at
midnight to settle a- dispute. Having
but one pistol, they drew lota to see
which one should shoot first. Tbe win
ner fired and missed, and then polite
ly' handed over the pistol to his ad
versary. Tbe second shot likewise
proving abortive, the bloodthirsty com
batants fell npon each other's necks,
then quit the field arm In ana.
Do not let your head run npon that
which Is none of your own, but plelc
out some of the best of your circus
stances, and ceaslder bow eagerly you
would "wish for" thea. wr they not
la your"peseiloiiV-Xa"rcui Aurelifls.
1 losses are attributable. It keeps tb
scalp cleab and free from dirt, allow
ing the hair to grow unhampered by
accumulation of dandruff.
Newbro's Herplclde In SOc and
$1.00 Hizes is sold by all dealers who
guarantee It to do all that Is claimed.
If you are not satisfied your monej
win dj refunded.
Applications may be obtained at
good barber shops.
Send 10c In postage for sample and
Lookkt to The Hcrpicldo Co., Dept
vFRITZI IS REALLY
GETTING A DIVORCE
Tno arts and two temperament
made Just four sources ot dissension
In the romance of John Fox, Jr..
author, and Fritz! Scherr. actress, and
after four years of more or less hap
piness, the couple has asked tha
courts to cut loose tbe bonds that
wore so heavily upon the two.
The report that Fox and his wife
had separated was flrst heard last
fall. It met with Immediate denial.
JItUt It !" the dental was Inspired
tiv a desire to have the divorce pro
ceedings conducted without publicity.
for not long alter gessip xirsi Dccame
busy with their affairs the formal
-tin was brought b Mra Fox.
When the movement of the gyro
scope attains a high degree of speed It
is very difficult o displace the plane
of the top. which balances Itself In the
most unlikely positions. An attach
ment of this kind, but of very large di
mensions. If placed on a wagon or a
boat, gives the vehicle extraordinary
stability. Trains resting on a single
line of wheels set under the middle of
the car have attained high speed dur
ing recent experiments In Germany
and have proved perfectly stable.
Not Sayinc Much.
A celebrated woman lawyer says
women are Just as honest as some
men, but perhaps that Isn't saying
rery much. Grand Rapids Pres.s.
RESTORE- GRAY HAIR
By Common Garden Sage a
Simple Remedy for Dand
ruff, Falling, Faded,
Gray - Hair
The old Idea.of using Sage for dark
ening the hair Is again coming in
vogue. Our grandmothers had dark,
glossy, hajr at seventy-five, while our
mothers aro gray before they aro fif
ty. Our grandmothers kept their hair
sort and glossy with a "Sage Tea,"
which also restored the natural color.
' One objection to using such a prep
aration was the trouble of making it.
This objection has been overcome by
the Wyeth Chemical company of New
York, who has placed on the market '
superior preparation of Sage, com
bined with Sulphur and other valuabla
remedies for dandruff, itching scalp,
and thin, weak, tailing hair.
The beauty or the hairs depends
more on its rico, even shading than
anything else. Don't have dry, harsh
faded hair, when a simple, harmless
remedy "will bring back the color In
a tew days; and don't be tormented
with dandruff, itching scalp and loose,
falling hairs. Wyeth'a Sage and Sul
phur Hair Remedy wjll quickly cor
rect .these troubles, and give color,
strength and beaut; to your hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and prove this to your
own satisfaction. AH druggists sell It.
under guarantee that the money will
be refeunded if the remedy is not
exactly as represented. 6C0
Al Kinds of Ornamental,
Deciduous And Citrus
Tress Our New Catalog
Connecting with Logan Sl Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Peine Web
ber & Co., Bo.Von and Calumtt.
Logan & Bryan. Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
"fill !! im'Ti.W" n Oljg
Omce Main St,
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar SOc Luncheon Daily HENRY PGPPEN, Manage
List Your Prdperty
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Stree
Lumber s Lime, Cement,
. Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are putting in a complete line of B .P. S.. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
Henwatkins Lumber Co,
THE ANTLFRS CAFE;--.
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Proorlctora
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Bl.bee 23 Lowell 7
OF THE ?
Each C-a. n
en!a fc xns t.;e MIQM
IMi3JMT V S C
The Arizona Sanitarium
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Prices
Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot fire when a
a lot of poor coal rerds out n-
hat at all It Jp economical to
buy our coal because It is
clean, goes farthest, makes
mcit heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per Ion than
lioorer grades. deliver to
any part or the city
American Block Lump
Oafe chunks Juniper and Oak
wood Any length.
& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
!THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
G S3 a m. Lv Clifion ,ar, 3:53 p. m
7 34 a. ra Lv Guthrie I a 3: 12 p. ra.
S 18. a. m I-v Dnncan'Lv 2:2C p m.
9 38 a. m Lv LordsbureXv 1:23 p. m.
10 45 a m. Ar HachitaXv 11:59 p. ra
South bound train "Connects with
Southern Pacific- west bound train
No 1, leaving Lordgburg 10.57 a. m.
Mountain Time .'
South bound train, connects with r;i
Pas & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at
11 50 a. m.. Mountain Time, and
with west bonnd train for Douglas
and nisbce. leaving Hachlta at 10 iO
a. m. Mountain Tine.
R. K. MINSO.V,
Clifton, Ariz. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESSY, Prop.
Phone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant
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