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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1G, 1913
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EL PASO HOTEL 13
SCENE OF HOLD-UP
OF, BIG CURB GAME
Former US. Secret Service
Man is Arrested Charged
with the Crime. Money
ouadfand Identified.
OTHER-DETECTIVES
ARE UNDER ARREST
El, 1VVSO, Jan. 15(T-At X o'clock
Tuesday niornlas two teen wearing
the regalia -office stage western hold
up man (the "police declare) consist
Iiir of a black mask and &. red. ban
dana handkerchief, serving to con
ceal the entire face, "walked Into a
room on the; third floor or we TfQte
McCoy, and at the joint of revolvers
(Recording to Cant. Greet! held up
and robbed 11 men who had lieen en
gaged in gaming.
L. E. Ross, Jortnerly with the de-(
luria.eui 01 juauce nere, later a sua
clero secret fcervlce wan, and recent
ly connected with the Western De
tective agency, and V. L. Snyder, man
ager of that agency, were arrestee! by
the police ands4re being held At the
city jalU
Ross Arrested by Police.
AccordnE4to"Police Capt. 'W. V(
Greet, RossJwal arrestedon the-sec$
ond floorTf the McCoy as he came;
down-tbe-stirs:. 'Snyder was,not ar4
Tcstedunul later.
The officers do not charge that
SnyderwrllciPited In the robbery,
but bay.,h.ju-af-tatloneti In the alley
to watch 'for the approach of persons
vhile tho robbery was being' pullea
off.
C PJuinan, sauj to be a member
of tho detective agency, -as arrested
at noon bythe police, lloss, Snjder
and Pitman wH be arraigned for an
examining trial before Justice of the
react E. n. McCllntock at 2 o'cIock
this afternoon.
Valuables In Ross' Passestlon.
When Ross -was1 searched at the
When
hauser Beer, (the heer that is bottled at the
Brtewery.y Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your
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Phone
243
Domestic
Electric Toaster
a
Coif ee Percolator
a
4."
Chafing Dish
Tea kettle
" .Disc Stove
"i'Z
, i.
Electric Irons:
7" Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
General
" " ' Westinghouse 6 lbsf
lt AiYiflniion Roonfrr (Z
American
We have all of the above appliances
are sold subject to acceptance or
liberal trial.
Bisbee
police station, J1320.&0 in cash and
diamonds, consisting of rings, loose
Htunes and studs, valued at $2,000,
were taken from him. In addition
to that, a pair of pinchers, a mask!
cud handkerchief were also taken.
It is said, r
When Capt Greet arrested Ross
he says lloss surrendered three re
volvers. Taring lloss over to one of
ilils men, the captain rays be v.ent
upstairs to where the robbery ban
taken place. He found the victims
locked in the room and, unlocking tho
door, lie threw down his revolver oni
them and searched them all for
weapons. Then he took the 11 men;
and Ross to the police station in the
latrol wagon, while Snjder was
brought in later. He says all tbe men
identified tbe stuff taken from Itoa.s
as articles, of which they had been
robbed.
Card -Players Arrested.
l"rancisco tTubtenf da. 3- Cooper. C,
FMuhlcr, August Wllleke, H. Jack
son, K.C Cage. George Gasklns. M:
1). Winter. S. H. Seay. Paul Woodd
and J. H. Coor-er, alle&d- to have
been the persons playing a game otj
cards at the hotel, and the men heldlnlhv and his ilglt here is particu-
up, were docketed at the station on
a charge of gaming. Tcey were ro
leased on, their personal recogniz
ance. , '
OBITUARY
Mrs. W. H. Day, who died at her
home 3S .Idaho street. Johnson Adds
tion, on Sunday evening, vas fifty-six
years old and was a native of the
state of Texas. She cable to Blsbee
-from tbe stato of Colorado in 1B07,
and in June, 1910, was married to Mr
Day and has always been a falthf'il
and affectionate wife and mother to
husband and step-son. The cause of
death was an effectlon of tho kidneys
with which she had suffered for a
number of years.
The fatal illness of Mrs. Day lastsd
for two weeks during which sh re
ceived every cure and attenfon from
her husband and slster-ln-l3W, Mrs.
M. A. Day.
The funeral occurred on TuesdavJ
from the residence, Hev Deekor
preaching the funeral sermon. Mrs.
Day wjs buried In Evergreen ceme
tery, being followed to her last resil
ing place by many sorrowing friends
you ask for heer do not take a sub
stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
grocer does not have it, call
os ton & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
Use j I
Electric
a
Electric Sewing Machine
Electric 6 .lbs. "
Beauty 6 lbs. $500 - Life Guarantee
Improvement Co.
1. MQSSMAN IS
PHOENIX VISITOR
First Captain of Arizona
Rangers at Cattlemen's
Convention in Phoenix
The Ationa Democrat notes the
presence of Capt, Hurt Mossman, a
residence of UUbee when ho was cap
tain of tho Arizona rangers during,
thu earl nineties. In Phcenlx attend
ing the National Stockmen's associa
tion, in tho following:
"One of tho most prominent -visit
ors in Phoenix to the sixteenth
annual convention of tbe American
National Livestock association is
Burton C. Mossman, formerly of this
ttate and at preient located In
Kansas City. Missouri. Eery one
who has lived In Arizona either
kiwws of the gentleman or knows
larly interesting.
."'He is one of the largest cattle
operators in the country, running
cattle at the present tirao in Old
Mexico, the state of New Mexico,
and the state of North Dakota. Last
ear Mossman bought the range and
the cattle company In Nejv Mexico
of which many years ago ho was
the superintendent. While In Art
mvi4 4lr. It'niionu f tf -nAi ll'nn Kd
i,on',i r i, ai,,, ,n,. ....!
... ... -1
made an enviable record In the posl
tlon. One of his largest holdings In
the state at the present time is his
stock In the Adams bote). He is
tho largest stockholder in Phoenix!
hostelry outside of J. C. Adams. Tbe
gentleman will remain in Phoenix un-
til after the end of the association's
convention.1
SMITH IS RE-ELECTED
Michigan Re-affirms Faith In
Present Representative
Its
tANSTKG, 5Foh., Jan. . William
-lliian Smith was re-elected f. S seu
aior by the Michigan legislature to
day and a joint session tomorrow- will
ratify the ote
Phone
243
Water Heater
Baby Bottle Heater
" Warming Pad
Curling Iron
" Vacuum Cleaner
Motor
$4so 5 Year?
$450 1 Guarantee
for sale and all
rejection after
ARIZONA IAX
ON ORPHANS
I Amendment to Constitution
Is Proposed-Making Ex
emption of Tax on
Orphan Children
HUNT ONAUTO TRIP
NEWS BUREAU BISBEE REVIEW.
1100M 203, N. B. A. BUILDING,
PHOENIX, Arlr Jin. 14. When tho
, frames of the constitution drew tho
art'Me ou public debt, revenne and
taxation, they failed to Include in
the tcctlou relating to exemptions.
orphan children and as a result there
le a niQfctnent on foot which meets
ith the approval of the state tax
commission to propose an amendment
of tbe constitution making such a cor
lettlon. "I can think of no class of property
belter entitled to exemption from tax
ation than the property of an or
phan child." said Mr. Miller, chairman
of tbe state tax commission, while
discussing this incident recently.
Kxemption was made by the framern
f the constitution of the property
of wilnv frrT tfivnttnn timvffllnt.
they are residents of this state and
then to tbe amount of $1,000.00, where
the total assessment of such widow
(Joes not exceed J2.000.00. I think a
similar provision should be written in-
to the constitution effecting orphan
children and while I shall not person
ally prepare such a bill as chairman
of tm tax commission I shall b
pleased to supiKirt such legislation.
It Is known that such a bill propos
ing an amendment to the state con
ttitution will be proposed in the state
ente at an early date after the ses
rton is convened.
Arizona yencfdy received a check
fo.- $S9,58S.7S from the Forestry Bn
teau of tho Department of Agriculture.
which snm Is iual to 23 per cent of
the collections made by the federal
government for special uses of tho
rorest leserve located In this state
for grazing purposes. A large per cent
of the state's receipts from this source
are turned Into the school fund.
The anrvejor general has begun
the removal of his office to the new
federal building, In Phoenix and will
have finally quitted the state capito!
by the end of this week. The moving
time- anno at a dull period In tho af
fairs of this offlco, although each
day there Is some transaction In the
office indicative of the existing min
ing activity throughout the stato.
Yesterday an order for a survey was
made at tbe request of the Arizona
Alpha Mining company for five claims
located in the WilUpal district of Mo
have county, and a survey was ap
prcted for the Copper Queen com
pany of five clelms la the Old Hat
Mining distrietof Pima, vounty.
Governor Hunt leaves Thursday of
this week for Tucson with the Phoe
nix Aulctropile party and plans prior
to his return to'Puoenlx. to make a
ilt to Globe Through arrangements
made i-ossible by the governor, the
autoists will Thursday at noon have
dinner within tho walls of the state
prison and then continue their trip
to ine uid paebio In the afternoon.
The general hearing before the Cor-
oratlon commission which has been
called for the purpose of taking tes
timony on railroad freight rates, clase
distance, which Had been set for Jan
nary lst has now been continued
until February fth. Prior to this time,
it is probable art informal bearing will
be held between representatives of
the railroads and the corporation
commission. This hearing la one of
.-the most important yet proposed "by
tne corporation, commission and In
the mind of Commissioner Jones, who
had much to do in the preparation
of the order for tie hearing will mean
much in the waF of results to ship
pers and consumers.
GETTING READ! HERE
TO WELCOME HUSOHS
Grand Lodge Will Be Held
in Bisbee on February
10 to 15 Inclusive
AUhoush the date for the meeting
Is still about one month off. the Itlv
U-c llaeona are .already making elab
orate preparations for the' visiting
Masons who will be here for . the
Grand lodgre Jnef tins.
Tbe datts fo, tbfe meeting have
bern et for Fcbrfiary 10 to Is in
clusive The nfeetlnx will be for
Masons all oieit the state and it is
expected that a& lest SK) win be to
attendance. The. arrangement com
mittee has already taken up tho mat
t--i of spM-lal ratef wrU the South
western and it U hoped that a low
rate from all over' the state will be
quoted. The -Htlig is the most Im
portant of the year In Masonic dr
cles. Work on the program Is sow
well under way and it is cxpectec"
that the programs will be issued soon.
EXCURSION TO FLORIDA.
A personally conducted excurblon
to the K;-iadrs and Miami, Flor
Ida's magic oity. leaves Tccson,
Wednesday morning. Feb. 5th, vJL
IX P ft S. IV. Hy. Special Pullman
Ip GaKt-sfon, MallorJi Line steamer,
to Key West and "Orer-Sen" Florida
East Coant Ry.. to Miami. Cholcp or
routes rrtarnipj wiUi "stop-overs."
Free aoto, motor boau bathing aad
fishlns side trips. For reservations
and details wnto Trcnham & 'Walk
eri Tocson, Aril.. - 633.
AdvertlBenieriV . J
LIFE'S STRUGGLE
WITH ILLNESS
Mrs, Stewart Tells How She
Suffered from 16to45 years
old How Finally Cured.
Euphcmla, Ohio. "Because of total
Ignoranco of how to care for myaclf
When verging into w omanhood, end from
taking cokl when going to school, 1 suf
fered from a displacement, and each
month I had severe pains nnd nausea
which always meant a lay-off from work
for two to four days from tho time I
was 16 years old.
" I went to Kansas to live with my sis
ter and while there a doctor told me of
the Pinkham remedies but I did not use
them then as my faith in patent medi
cines was limited. After my sister died1
I came home to Ohio to live and that
has been tr.y home for tho last 18 years.
"The Change of Life came, whejtfl Wss
4? years old and about this tirae I saw
my physical condition plainly described
in one of your advertisements. Then I
began using Lydia E. Pinkkam's Veg
e table Compound and J cannot tell you.
or any one the relief it gave tne in the
first three months. It put me right
where I need not lay off every month
and during the Is3t IS years I have not
paid out two dollars to a doctor, and have
been blestwith excellenthealth fora wo
woman of my age and I can thank Lydia
HFinkham'sVege table Compound for it.
"Since the Change of Life Is over I
have been it maternity nurse "and being
wholly self-supporting I cannot over
estimate the value of good health. I
have now earned a comfortable little
home just by sewing and nursing s!nm
1 was 62 years old. 1 have recommended
tho Compound to many with good re
sults, as it is excellent to take before
and after childbirth." Miss Evelyn
Adelia Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio.
If too want sneclal advice write to
Lydia F Pinkham Medicine Co. (confl
dentlal) Lynn,3Iass. Your letter ttIII
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence.
LOWELL POSIOFFICE
HAS LARGE BUSINESS
Four Hundred and Sixty
Boxes Rented and Indi
vidual Office Desired
Kxcept for a few of the higher
priced boxes, ever' lock box in the
Lowell post office Is rented. This
brings the total of box renters up to
Jtu, wnicn is ny far, the target num
bcr ever rented in Lowell. Every
day brings more applications, and
from present indications, nearly fifty
more wm oe needed before the eno
of the nresnt .-iifnrtor It .,.
planned to Increase the capacitj of
tne L,OWT?II IK8 nram with nil. nr tn-n
lmndred more boxoji. and if conditions
are layornnie. ivrwrar met ,m..
will be larger by half its present siie
oeiore tne llrst of April.
For some time nakt. n sentiment
has prevailed among certain Loweh
peopie, inat tne elBiciencj- . of the
present sorvice rniilri ha litt.ro,i n
they Wore to havn a iinsr nfH nt
meir own, tree of TJIshee. Tho senti
ment hat rtxnrMSM Uar in .,..
ass of the Lowell citizenship to
wards the prevalence, of this Idea, and
several of the most prominent citi
zens feel that a jwst office cojM be
obtained in lxwell. As yet, nothing
has been done, bnt It is said that
wnon ine new party come Into pow
er. legislation will be influenced to
wards getting a separate jiost offlce
ior L.ov.eu.
What's ths Use.
Why should a man commit bigamy
when trouble Is avaiteMo at so much
lower prices? Atchison Globo.
"'
The Joy of Get
ting
Home TIZ
A-Ten Minute TIZ Foot Bath and
Yonr Feet Are Like New.
Send for Free Trial Package Today.
Theee are no' supposed iO be row
fet. You may be a mere Man. But
your fet or an; o'ie s eise feet in a
TIZ foot bd.h ar rare-ffee feor.
Awy go the corns. ti ru-'v.r ca.
louses, the chilblains the naius
aehs soreness and ail 'oot irorbl
Follow th? millions of haiij- 1Z
fwt and ou will then realize tanr
TlXorla on a new principle. rtrai
ouf arTlthe noisonr that cause foot
troubles, and TT2 f th r,nl rerol
that does the work Don't forget ih.t
factv and dn"l under any clr up,
stances accept a sob&titute T)t pooe
to your fei aad demand TIZ All
drus tor?, 4earueit or seseral
stores liave V at Si cts a box, and
for those who don't know wbt real
ftRfit comfort is write to Walter Lu
ther Dcdgo & Co. jrs S Wabash
Ave., Cblcaso. III. for a fre fl
L. J
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Pain Wb
ber & Co, Bo, ton and CalumtL
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Nw
York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
'(Yij sdhjC
fajfrv,', cr? ....
Independent Fuel
Office Main SL,
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL j
and High Glass Cafe
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 3 p. m.
Reg Iar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
For Quick
Hogan and
Real JSstatc and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Stree
Lumbers Lime, Cement,
Faint of All Kinds, Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
Window Glass.
AVe 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.
Heri watTins Lumber Co.
THE ANTLFRS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
WM. ROBINSON
rssaw1
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Phone Phone
aiibee 23 LowtlJ 7
VAMfAMiTAWVVV
CATARRH f
OF THE
BLADDER
24- Hours'
TUrh Cbtv s- I
sals hem tbe MIBYl
n iw- v .
r riwnu-feua
The Arizona Sanitarium
SAJTOIID
Si-etinllv eoaipc4 for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rlvn.mat.ism, nervous dkMbses
and general urgry. Prte
atodme.
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OVERLOOK
BROKER
Little Good Coal
Slakes a big b.ot fire when a
a lot of poor coal tends out no
heat at all. It Is economical to
buy our coal because it te
clean, goes farthest, makoa
most boat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. "Wo deliver to
any part of tho city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunk h J tin I nor nnrl Car
wf wood. Any length.
& Feed Company
opp. Palace Stables
Sales With
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
PASSENGER SERVICE- '
t E a. m Lv Clifton ar.' 3-18 p.,m.
7 34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3.1Z p ra.
S JS a. m. I.T Dtecaa y 2-2S.-pJjn.
9 i& a. m LLordsburgi jIv-lS pj m.
10 45 a- m. Ar Hachlta. rt 1T-.3& pr m.
South .bound triis .co'rinecU wUi
Southern Pacific west -bound train
N'a Lieaviqc Lordeburg-'ae.57 a. m
Mountain Time 1 t
Soutl bound train eoriiirctg with. El
Pas Southwestern east bopod
train for El Paso, ImtM: UarhM" at
11. SO a. m Mountain Ttmehnd
with west boaml tratw ior Doagbs
and Bisbee, tearing Hac&ife afjHJrlo
a m., Mountain Ttaae. "
R. K VlNf?O.V
Clkton, Arit General Paseer Ant
CiC LIVERY and
UNDERTAKING Co.
ROBERT HENNE83Y, Prop.
pnone"15. On. Depot Ambulxata
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