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THE BISBRE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 35, 1913
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JVill Select Land Due State
by Virtue of Statehood
The members of Iho state landxoni
mlssiou will spend the next three
weeks in Cochise county, Inspecting
school lands and looking over public
IiUwlth a view to their selection
by the slate, under the terms of tho
grant embodied In the enabling act
The members of the commission are:
W. A. Moody, Mulford Windsor and
The commissioners will make their
Inspection In an automabil" Thay
will first go to Bowie, from Phoenix,
making the trip by way of Roosevelt
and Globe. The work In tho San Si
mon valley will be begun at Bowie.
Most of the land to be Inspected on
this trip is. In the San Simon valley
On. Jthe trip it In possible that the com
missioners will bold several public
hearings. At these hearings citizens
will be given an opportunity to ax-
press their opinions on land maters4
Brief Local Items
At the Copper Queen. U. C. Coving
ton. St. Louis, Mo.; P. M. Chapman,
San Jose, Cal.; AV K. Baker. Las
Cruces, X M.; AV, Cunningham, Kl
Paso; R. S. Gray.
At the Philadelphia: Thomas T
Ulrard. Douglas: S U Smith. Tucson.'
Halph Mills. EI Paso; W. H. HIgtt. U'
I'aso; Frank S. Watson, Globe; J. J
llalley, San Diego; H. S. Smith, Can
Detained Another Month.
In a recent Issue of the Army and
Navy Journal, it Is stated that ths
Fifth Cavalry which was to leave tne
Hawaiian Islands on the fifteenth of
this month to occupy the barracks Jn
Fort Huachuca. have been detained
for another month and will not leave
Cor Arizona until the fifteenth of
February. This will necessitate lhe
presence of Troop C. Ninth Cavalry
at the post a month longer than as
Discharged from Custody. .
iJohn Perz. who was arrested in
1 well recently on a charge of gambl
Idc. was released from custody by the
IJbwell Justice. Perz was found play-
ing draw pokef in a Lowell saloon, 11
is alleged, and was arresieu oy urn
cer Rooney on a Rambling charsc.
Perz waived examination and . plea;!
guilty but on a motion of the county
attorney the court remitted his fine
and the defendant was released from
Water Company Was Able
to Almost Supply the
The "water famlno" was relieved
jesterday In Blsbee and, with the Bis-txte-Naco
Water company operating
all its pumps at Naco, the city water
supply was practically up to the nor
The Bupply yesterday was the larg
est since the cold snap of early !ast
week. During the cold wave dozens
of pipes throughout the city burst and
the continued leakage, even though
the pumps were working all the time
kept the water pressure ery low.
persons on tne mils were tne first
to suffer, but the continued leakage
soon practically, cut off the water sup
bly. A slight break In one of the
pumps at Naco also added to the
AH last week, and this week the wa
ter company has had large gangs of
men at work repairing the breaks.
These have occurred in everything
from the large mains to the Bmall
pipes entering houses. Practically all
the pipes have now been repaired and,
unless another cold wave comes and
causes further breakage. It is announc
ed that the water supply will be up
to the normal in a day or two.
put in a first class stock of goods. H
Is expected that part of the merchan
dise will be put in the store today
and that the store will be opened for
uus'ness early next week.
I AROUND THE STATE
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HIGH PRICE ARIZONA FRUIT.
Five dollars and thirty-three cents
a box net was the price brought by
the last carload of Arizona oranges
sold in New York. Information to
(his effect was received lu a tele
gram to J. H. Fleming of the Ari
zona Orange Growers' association at
The entire car. containing 375
boxes, brought f2000. This Is a re
markable price for one car of
oranges though not unprecedented.
A certainty of a shortage of citrus
fruit the remainder of the teawn has
sent prices shooting ckyward. la
the local market oranges that dealers
were asking 3 a box fcr a few days
ago are now selling readily for ntoro
Auto Advlce. "--
A simple method of avoiding au;o
trouble during the cold weather w-as
given jesterday by a local autoisr.
Pour one quart of glycerine into; a
radiator holding six or seven" gallons
of water, or an amount proportlonnte
to the capacity. ' This, according to
the autotst, will prevent freezing at as
low a temperature as 15 degrees
St John's Guild will meet with Mrs.
'Downing, on Quality Hill, at 2 o'clock
Mrs. Mary O'Rourke, died yesterday
evening at her home In the Johnson
Addition. The funeral services will
be held at 9 o'clock this morning it
the Catholic church. Mrs. Ollourke
has only been In Blsbee a short time.
She is survived by her husband.
Countv is Enriched.
Tho county is richer by $23.00 which
wa rremllv collected in theLowill
court, from- two .men .charged with
breach ofthe peace. Qne Of too d
fpndanta was Otto Hill who paid uh
fine of $10.00 and the other was. Saw.
Honu who paid a fine of $1j.u0
Honored With Linen Shower.
' Miss Alma Itzweire was honored
with a linen shower last night given
to her by the sales-ladies of the
Phelps Dodge Mercantile companv.
Miss Itzweire is soon to marry Hugl
Wishart Hugen who has en assist
ant postmaster In the Blsbee office
until a short time ago. The exact
date for the wedding has not yet neen
set and when it Is it will be divulged
to a few of her intimate friends only,
After the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Ho
gen will reside in Los Angeles .where
Mr. Hugcn has a He position,- Miss
Itzweire Is a popular young lady.jwho
has lived in the city for some time
ii-rtleally all the large city war
rants have been turned In for.)pay-.
ment, but lew or inc warrama iui
imalt amount have not vet been ret
ceived by City Cleric Butler The pay
ment of the warrants, was aethorize 1
at a recent meeting of tho city coun
cil With their cancelation the city
"wlil have paid all Its outstanding war
rants. New Store For Blsbee. ,
Work Is now nell under way oil the
remodeling of the old Palace- saloon
on Main street, ana the building will
Anxious for Son.
5 Mrs. W. P. B. Tucker, of Haskell,
Texas, writes to the Review asking
foe information concerning Jier son,
Ij, B. (Bernard) Tucker, who she pays
has been living at Lowell nd work-
-jng a Cojiper Queen mine. Tucker is
described as C feet 2 incnes blgh ana
weight slven at 170 or ISO pounds.
22 years old. Information regarding
Mlir-son wfll be-'fonvarded to Mrs.
Tucker If left at the Review office.
STATE POULTRY SHOW.
Surprising 'Interest Is being taken
in the rirst annual shov. of the Arl
zona Poultry association, which be
gins today at Phoenix. At noon yes
terday 600 birds had been placed In
the coops and they aro still com
"Yes, we are surprised by the num
ber of entries, said Marshall Hum
phrey, the show secretary. We ex
liected between 400 and S00, bat there
may be 600. And the average grade
of the entries is as surprising as
their number. Very few persons
realize the great number of Jiifeh
bred fowls In the Salt River Valley.
rne poultry department oi me lair
does not afford ,a tair criterion, for
al that time. the birds are moulting.
Just now they arc all In excellent
LET US SHOW YOU
one of the best equipped manufacturing departments in Arizona.
For watch repafMng to get satisfaction in time. A trial will couvlnco
you. Jewelry of all kinds, quality unexcelled.
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
LITTLE GIRL SAVES TRAIN.
Tuesday of last week, the morning,
of the severe cold weather, the lit
tie daughter of Mr. Thomas D. Cas
anega, at Calabasas, Santa Craz
county, in going from her homo to
the post olilce, discovered a broken
rail in the track of the Tucson fc
Nogales rallwa, at the rrosslng neat
the pump house on her father's farm.
She hurried to the postofflce and In
formed Mr. J. E. Wise of what she
had observed. The train from Tuc
son was then overdue. Mr. Wise
hurried back to the crossing with
the little girl (Miss Emma Casanega)
who ran to the bouse and called her
father, the latter gentleman going out
and joining Mr. Wise. The trala
came along very shortly and was
stopped by the two gentlemen. It
was running at a goodly speed, but
stopped short of the break.- The rail
wae broken in two places, and -in the
steel there was a gap of sixteen
inches which, would have been suffi
cient to derail the train, perhaps to
-AND THE MOUSE
PHICES: 50c, 75c, S1& $1.50
LOV'ELI, CLVB, Props
J U FRAZIER, Jlgr.
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BIG IS); SUIT IS
IN SUPREME COURT
Program for THURSDAY, FRI
DAY & SATURDAY
TUB REVbwOP THE
PEASANTS C. O. P. C An
historical epibode durfng Hol
land's struggle for Independence
from S.ialn in the year 1572.
-THE DANCE AT SILVER
GULCH S. & A. Thrilling
Western st&ryV ,
"SAT.LY ANN'S STRATEGY"
Edison Rural 'comedy.
A SAILOR'S HEART" BIo
graph Sure-nuSP- comedy.
Contiguous performance com
mencing 7 p. m. sharp. Matinee
Saturday and 'Sunday 2:S0.
ADMISSION 10 & 15c LOGE
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
SPECIAL FEATURE IN THREE REELS
The Kerry Gow
Greatest Irish Drama Ever Produced
Taken in IrelandIrish Through and Through '
See The Lakes of Killarney
See The Gap of Dunloe And The Picturesque Highways
of Old Ireland
See The Excittng Steeple-Chase
ONE THRILL FOLLOWS ANOTHER
Three Days-Only-Three Days
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Iadviga Malsafc the fifteen months
UW daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
-Msisal:, died on Monday night at tno
family home on Tombstone canyon
The funeral will be held this after
noon at 2 o'clock at the Catholic
church. Father Meuer officiating.
P J. Grein. empIoed in the assay
otticc of the C. and A. was yeeteriay
removeo to the C and A hospital, suf
fering from pneumonia.
Rtmoved to Hospital.
-Dan Twomcy.was removed from his
Jrosidencc on Mason hill yesterday,
suffering from appendicitis. He wae
taken to the Copper Queen hospital.
Day Funeral. .
Tho funeral of Mrs. Josephine Da
wag held yesterday morning at the
residence in Johnson addition. Inter
ment was made in Evergreen cemetery.
G. F Hawks, general supedintend
ent of the El P.iso & Southwestern,
together with C. Hawkins, attorney
for the road arrived at Lowell yes
terday on a special train. The train
cne up as far as the outer yards of
Blsbee. but the iiarty did not stop
here. They are making a general in
8Pction of the westei'n lines and
1 proceeded from here to Tncson.
BY PARCEL POST.
Monday Escalada Brothers, of No
gales, shipped to Alto, In the Santa
Rita mountains by parcel posL one
large horse collar. It went to Pata
gonia, thence to Its destination in
charge of the mall carrier on the
Star route between the two places.
The postage. w?s Seventeen cents. Is
out of the way places, like Alto,
reached by mall, but not by express,
the parcel liost will prove a great
convenience. Sent by express- that
horse collar would have had to lay
at Patagonia until the consignees
could send for It. Mr. Joslah Bond
If Alto was the consignee.
Advices from Hermoslllo, Guaymas,
and other points farther south, re
ceived at Nogales, go to show that
the freeze extended all over Sonora,
and crops of oranges and tomatoes
are damaged greatly.
Advices from Phoenix are to the
effect that wnile there w-as a great
degree of intensely cold weather for
that region, there was little or nc
The gigantic tax suit between the
county of Greenlee and the AriKjna
Copper company for the payment of
the taxes of the company for the year
l?n, which was tried In the superior
court of Greenlee b Judge F. B. Laine
some time ago" and on which a ver
dict was rendered in favc- of the
county of Greenlee has now reached
Jthb supieme court of the state on an
appeal, and will be docketed ny uierK
Joe Dillon, sao s the Reptibl.'can.
The total amount Involved In thl
jbUit of $55,431.36. of which ?3358.21
Is territorial taxes and tne balance In
terest and costs and loctl school tax
es. The finding of the lower court
made on trial of the sul: brought by
Tax Collector John M. Webster is
objectel to on the ground that the
findings of fact made by Judge Lain
before the juagment does not support
the procedure by which the amount of
taxes had been arrived at and those
proceedings made by the assessor and
tax collector to collect the taxes had
been regularly done and therefore
.the taxes were due.
Both the county and the company
are i'-dpife-sented by Phoenix atto
neys. Stontman and Lin? of this city
won the suit in the lower coHrt and
Klbbey. Dennett and Bennett are til
ing the appeal.
Tom Hughes, of Warren, returned
to the city from a short visit to Mo-rencl.
Mr and Mrs. Lathrop, who ha-.e
been visltim; Mr. and Mrs. Gforge
Warden of Johnson Addition for the
,past few weeks, returned, to thlr
hoqe in Detroit, wemgan, yesterday.
Mrs. H. IL Bohmfolk, or Osborn, Is
voting friends in Lowell or a abort
time. ,, ,-
Mrs.' Ben (ft'oley. of Varren. is rtr-
-ported to be confined to ner oeo.
John, the two-year-old idn of Mr.
and Mrs. John WidTuaT of Lowell, is
reporteil to be recovering from an 3i
tack of pneumonia.
Jack Olmstead, of the C. and A on-gineerlng-force.
leaves for San Diego,
California, this morning to spend a
.brief holiday among friends ana reia
Deputy Sherirf Allle Howe, who was
In Bisbee yesterday, left last night tor
Phoenix taking a patient to the insaae
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Kin I'RS. - -si.
when in Jos Angeles
STOP at die NEWL
soo outside noora
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SKcHOTELthAuBESr KHl l!ferAFK thank l crampton. mor.
inaii the west" hJs JiNcosrrecnoN RATE5 ' 00 PtR day bp
of quality It possesses thai
golden color and rich Java fla
vor cot found in otlwr brands.
AM cans feealed air tight,
whole grains ground to your
Ij Auto Accident.
' J E. Morrison and a part- of friends
gjnere in a slight automobile wreck
jesterday atternoon wntcn resnitea
In damaging the automobile, but diu
not hnrt any of the occupants. The
wreck occurred on the Naco road,
near the old custom house. The road
was in bad shape and the auto
skidded, causing it to strike a tele
graph iole The machine was hauled
back to the Bisbee Auto company
; Meeting Date Postpooned.
i The regnlar meeting of the Servian
i Red Cross club, which was scehd
i uled for tonight, will not be held un
til Sunday night. This is being done
to that an opportunity will be given
for all the members to be presentri
At the meeting the receipts of the
New Years dance will be reiorted.
It is expected that quite a sum will
be sent to the National Red Cross so
ciety in New York.
Surveys for the Arizona Eastern'b
new line from Queen Creek to Super
ior have been completed. The sur
veying party that has been running
thp lines for several weeks has beeu
disbanded. Some of the men have
been sent to Winiielman to finish
some work tnere and others have
been discharged temporarily, writh a
request that they leport again Jan
John J. Felton is a would-be bene
factor of Tucson. Beyond that John
J. Kelton is an enigma. Taking his
typewriter In hand, John J. dropped
a line to the mayor, members of thfe
city council and the tax-payers of
Tucson the other day to inform them
he and his agents had made an ex
haustive study of electric lighting1 ser
vice in this city and were prepared to
furnish current at greatly reduced
rales, If granted a franchise.
Unfortunately, Felton tailed to in
elude his address In his letter. aiM,
up to the present time, his identity
has remained a roj'ry. Felton sa)s
that he has "consulted with several
gentlemen prominent In city affairs,
but there gentlemen remain to be
Meets Old Friend.
William Edmund Baker, buaieess
manager for Mada-n Yw, came '.n
from the east on yesterday a(!ernon b
train, and spent the evening In Biu
hee. While here he ran across an
old friend in Carl Clausen, the min
ing engineer, whom he had not seen
in many veers. Mr. Baker win de
part on the early train this morning
for Douglas and points south and
Following an excellent program
which had been prepared by the en
tertainment commute, th following
board of directors was elected at a
meeting of the Warren District Coun
try club last night to serve for the
onsu hg year: Gerald Sherman. J.
M. Ross. Joseph Hodgson. Henry Pop
ptn. J. H. 0Bnen, J. P. Williamson.
7. J. Connelly, B. M. Buekwalter and
W. C. Fitzgerald
Mrs. J. D Taylor will leave this
morning for the east where she will
visit relatives. She will be gone
about five months.
MISSOURI'S NEW GOVERNOR
GOES TO MEXICO -ON
Lloyd C GrUcom. of New York,
who Is employed by th state de
partment at Washington, has son?
to Mexico City to confer with the
Mexican authorities with regaru to
the disturbed conditions in that coun
try, and the 111 treatment to which
Americans aRd American property Id
Mexico have been subjected' durin?
the past two years. Much suffering
h6 been endured by Americans and
other foreigners in Mexico since the
resignation of President Diaz anc tne
state depertmnt Is loslne patience.
have been bought in large Iqts by me before the an
nual raise in price. See loose stones in front win
dow. Mounted ones in side window. My guaran
tee is90 per cenfon the $1.00.
L. L. OILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. & S. W. Ry.
The Warren Ranch pmEAffLK
"Tke Pare Feed Grecer"
The bHmpln post at the Southwest
ern station, which was, brokensojne
time aro. has beenTsehti to ti'Taw
ftp be repaired. ftc & I
'No Smoking." ,
"No Smoking icns have been put
up in the waiting room of the South'
vtcotcrn station. A number of com
nlalntH referred from women travet
on was the cautlii of the placing of
4he ban on smoking.
A SUGGESTED ROAD.
A road which Is desired by the
people of the Elgin region is proposeo
from Elgin eastward to the highway
between FalrDank and Tucson, wnlch
approaches c'ose to the line between
Cochise and Santa Crux counties, be-l
tween Huachuca Siding and Elgin.
There will be but little road to bjild.
at a very small cost, -and at Elgin it
lufitua i.wi5ri-fc V MicfcuFj..CTivf
lo i'aiasoniana.-ogBies.TJ.a.-in' inai
short link put in tAurliUaVln.'automo
1'ilea en route to Tucson from Doug
las could make a actour to the' line
city -and get a knowledge of Santa
Cruz county that would ' be of real
irie, U promoters declare. Many
would talie advantage of the read to
come this way.
During the last few jears. condi
tions in alt lines of business evec
professional Mfe, have rhRnged s.
completely that every man is waking
ofi to the fart that in order to wic
success he muc specialize and learn
to do 5ome one thing and do it wei)
SbK a with any article that is sold
It) the people. It raost bav genuine
merit or no amount of advertising
will iwdntaln the demand for the ai
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo Jan. H
Elliott Major was, Inaugurated gov-
ernor of Missouri at noon today in
the assembly chamber of the tempo
rary capltol. Both branches of the leg
islature were assembled tkere, as
well as members of tf supreme
court. Incoming' state offleers and
Governor Tadley- and the reUrinz of
fxers. The.fc5 was lavishly deco
rated and th balconies were throngeu ; tlete.
with spectators. Immediately after I. For maty years we haw watJd
taking the oath Governor Maor de- j with much Interest the reroarltaW
livered his inaugural address. , record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's
- , Swamp-Hoot, tne great Kidney Lirer
nA Tllnrfrtnf' KAlnniv Vmm f h Trv
rhsmKrlsln'c tfMnh RiimSrlV- I.. . . V . , -
This remedy "has no superior for
roughs and colds. It Is pleasant to
take. It contains no oelura or other
narcotic. It always cures. For saw
by all dealers. Advertisement.
beginning the proprietors had so dmmIj
confidence in It tnat they tnvltert
evry one to"test it, free of cost, be
It is a yhytkten's prescription.
They have on. flie thousands of let
ters received from former sufforera
who are now enjoying. good health as
a result of Its use.' , '
However, if you wish first to try
a saraplejbottle, a'ddress Dr. Kllmtr fc
Co, lllnhamtpn N. Y and mentiorj
this paperiJFhey will gladly forward
yon a sample' bottle by" malt, abso
lutely free. K .
Kegm&r sizes tor saiai an arwc
..I NEW CATTLE ' COMPANY.
' H ',-Sr-f' i'.-A-
liew cattle 'company, tho inpmqt
crs of which-are W-'O. TuttlejwidtHfe
three Christy-Jbrothers of Midland.
Texas, and whjclr will bo known, as
The. Arlzou;a-Texas Cattle compaiy.
has begun operations In Glte cosntj.
Thfi rattle till! wTifTrt In fhi vlnlnltv
of Hawk canyon. T!i company haslpihtb filty-cents and one-doMar. Ad
a paid-in capital of JIOO.SUO. (vcrtisemenu
We Handle the Two Best Brands of
COAL On The Market
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
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Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 . Lowell Ariz.
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of - -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
y Correspondence Solicited. j.
Copper Queen .Consolidated Mining Co.
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