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TOE EISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBfili. ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1S, 1913.
DIAMOND-HEELED LADY GOES TO GOTHOM
TO MAKE THE SaLART SET GASP. AGUES'
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P. A. Jastro, of Bakersfield,
California, is Continued
as President of the
You seldom want to eat
a full cake of Chocolate
at one tune.
TL. Sirs. Clinrira II. Anthony.
t the last session 'of th" annual
meeting of the National Stockgrow
erx association heM at Phoenix this
week It was (!i-rlifd that the Meet
IjK next year should bo hold nt Den
ver TJie following officers were chosen
P A. Jastro, llakersfielri, Callfor
First vice president, Dwlqht B.
1'eanl Fhoeulx, Arizona.
Second vlca president, C. B
Urodcs. Colorado. J. B. Keudrlek
ttjoming: C. M. O'Donel. New
J'cxlco; Ike T. Pryor. Texas; JI. T.
Treasurer, John V. Springer, Den
Attorney, Sam II. Cowan, Fort
The election of the secretary was
le off until the meeting ot the ex
ecutive committee In thf evening, at
which time T. W. Tomllnson, who
has sened the association as secre
tary for many years, was re-elected
to the ilaro br the unanimous 'lot?
id the executbe committeemen.
i Denver, as was i.rcdicted. was se
lected as tho next place ot meeting
lor the ashociatlon. Only to ether
MUNCIE, Ind. Jan 17 -Special i- , to do sensational K.Ings-things that , ' " m l"V "em '
Mrs Charles H. Anthony, the Manc'inake peoMe talk abouf her She may arf '', V ,' "!,? r solmade
woman o maple and miilhms-sn,. ' be cultured and rehned and all that f. ;ory si.'rited hght for the honor,
-ho pill the diamonds in heels has , but the world doesn't know it The """,, """", V", J .
Kone to New York again wifh another! world, therefore, should be interested 'f'0" a3SUred ',er?' oft!!e n
dawline. sparkling, scintillating sur-lln the remarks ot a woman whoL"ntln for theJe"r 1?16, Jt,.,hav.,!!e
,irin t m.r.. rjh,m ,.,. tt., I t. m, a.i. tni.nn.i.- already been agreed to hold tho
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2T V Ulm&
in (ne New Package
enable you to eat just as much as
you want whenever you want it.
No broken cake to carry around
and become soft, sticky and unap
petizing. At all the better stores
Makers of the world-famous Chocolate and
Cocoa Suchard since 1826
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Paine Web
ber & Co., Bos.ton and Calumot.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Ntvx
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
then rush to follow, i
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vkiv i .,.., t.,.. - 4,. i. pi i...i..j .i .,in. - i- lists ot tne lolloftlus men:
the whole world is lilte.y to bo ap- this frtei.u. "She is far too modest U Ariz.on?: .Ch.aI,-P- Mu!le". Hugh
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columns and pages a year or to ago; Htr friends Know, bowet;r, that shej ,; ,. , o i v
t(ti otc i iiw u-viivniu -ju'ui 1 ici. ' ik nuiittan i inuuMiiit &i viu '
cock Alley with those diamond hieie. laLIe "Lady IloimtifuL' It is true
It was a great sensation; but when
Mrs. Anthony left here not long ago
she whispered to her most IntimaU
frlends that she wa going to "shock"'
smart society this time eten more
then she did before.
Wliih will be going some.
The world in general knows Mrs
AnUiony only as "the lad with tho
diamond heels ' It thinks of her as
ft woman of wealth who dearlv Iovps
k1h loes beoutv. but personal adorn
ment tomes laBt with her. not first, as
teems to be thought in the east.
"The homo life of Mrs Antnony u
ideal. She was born an heiress and
married a capitalist, but despite her
wealth, the takes an actual part in
the keeping of her house. She Is an
ideal mother. Her only son, who. is
her dearest chum, is at Harvard tak
ing a fcdentlfic course."
MEETING HI YUMA
Onlv,.Three Counties Were
Not Represented at the
PHOENIX, Jan 17 The Anzons
Assessors' associat'on concluded a
three day session In the city of Yuma
Wednesday night and the var'ous as
sessors returned to their respective
homes on Uie night trains. There
were eleven assessors present at -the
meeting, the counties of Santk Oros
Mohave and Apache not being reprc''
seiited. The meeting was the beai
ever held and more work was accom
plished during the session than' over
before. The tax commission pf the
state met with the assessors all he
time. Tlie work of the assessors and
of the tar commission Is practically
identical, with the exception far the
scope of thu work and the Idea pf th
continued conference was than 3c
state commission and the assetso.b
might act In unison and upon spae
Important resolutions , were suo
mitted and adopted for reference to
the state legislature upon its con
tening next month. Tkc assessors
and the tax commissioners ot the
state wish legislation enacted that
will clarify the atmosphere of the
assessing work of the state and
counties and place all the officials
having 'this work to do in a more
definite position than they are .t
the present time.
The same officers who have served
the association during the past year
were re-elected to office Thos. Camp
bell, assessor of Yavapai county, was
le-elected president of the associa
tion. George E. Trueman, assessor
of Pinal county, vice president,;' E. A.
Hughes, Cochise comity, secretary.
and H. 11. Halhert; 1'inKT-sKHinty
ARMY CONFERENCE ENDS
WASHINGTON, D C Jan. 17
The conference of the general officers
of tie army, in progreb here consid
ering pians for army re-organizatiou,
concluded its labors today. Of its re
sults Secretary Stlmson said: "The
agreement was unanimous that a tac
tical organization be adspted at once
on the divisional and brigade forma'
t'on The only question is as to e
first stp and how far t should gc,
Hlxby. H. S. Boice. H. W. Kllpslein,
H. S. Stephenson, B. Fuller.
Colorado Isarc Baer. D. D. Case
ment. A. Clazbrook. Willfnm Green.
John McBain, A. K. do Rio-les, Chas.
Idaho: M. J. Orav.
Iowa: M. Sykes. M C. Wallace.
Katies: T. M. Potter." W. J. Tod.
Horace Adams, M. C. Campbell.
Kentucky: Abram ltenick.
Mexico: E. C. Houghton.
Michigan: G. K. Warren.
Montana: J. 51. "Boardman, Wallis
HiWokoper. Kenneth Mclhn, S. W.
Kaymoml. P. J. Shannon.
Missouri: W. O. .lohnsfin, R. .1
Kinzer, Burton C. Mossman, L. V
Nebraska- E. U Burke. W. G.
Comstock. A. n. Modlsette, Robert
Neiada: Harry Petrie.
New Mexico: H. W. Adams. W. H.
Jack, Geo. W. Baker. C. W. Mer
chant W. C. McDonald, George H.
Webster. Mr. Cureton.
New York- G. Howard Davison.
Oregon- E. Stewart. D. E. Clark.
P. H. O'Neil, K. M. Stewart, O. H.
Texas James Oallan. John I-tnd
ergnn, Ed C. Lasaler, J. H. Nations.
J. H. Parramore, Jullam M. Bassett
W. D. Raynolds. S. B. Burnett, S.
B. Robert-on, AI Popham.
Utah: James Andnis, J. M. Cun
ningham. Winmlnc! Tlnbert D. Cirev. W. f!
Vvlne, A. R. Reader, W. M Spear,
A C. Underwood, C. N. Walters,
Evidence Is Being Taken Be
fore Special Judge in Mo
tion Picture Trust Case
in Effort to Dissolve
TRUST BEGAN IN 1908
fonly In licensed machines. Royalties
tof $2 per week were to be collected
j and no more films wers to be sold,
but only leased. The allegation is
made that under the new plan the
rices weie gradually increased until
u the present time the exhibitot pays
lore for the rental of a film than ho
formerly iiaid to buy It outright
j All rental exchanges were required
'to enter Into license agreements, with
jthe reswU ihat many were driven out
I of bublness. Tho exhibitors were di
Ided among the different exchanges
and each exhibitor was required to ob
tain his entire supply of lllms from
In 1910 tho trust started out to
monopolize the rental exchange busi
ness and organized tho General Film
coinpanj. which proceeded to acquire
tht business or cance' the license ot
everj rental exchaugo in the United
States except one. It bought out flfty
ecYen exchanges, for which It paid
upwards of fl.OOO.uuo in cash and
notes and nearly '8.00,00u more In
preferred stock At the same time the
patents company canceled the II
cense? and thus drove out ot business
about fifty exchanges, with the re
sult that ot all the exchanges doui
A Little Good Coal
Makes a big hot fire when a
a lot of jioor coal sends out no
heat at all. It Is economical to
buy our coal because It Is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. W deliver o
any part of the city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
wood. Any length.
NEW YORK, Jan 17 Before Ed
ward Hacker of Philadelphia, sitting
as a special examiner b appointment
of the United States Dfstrict coun,
the taking of teeUmon has been com
menced here In tht government's suit
against the wcalled motion picture
trust The purpose ot the suit i" to
dissolve thi combination on the
ground that its existence is in viola
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law.
Tho case is regardd by the govern
ment as one of its t.iost important an-' business whn the trust was organ
tl trust suits becaute it brings square- j ized four years ago. only one. tho
1 1 m 1 vS-SP- T 93 3 If O Ir I
UHiil ft0&5k RiiiJUlI
Ask any rood doct r
what he thinks of the
jnutcious use of psre, old
whisicey, and he will Icii
you that it is the best
sort of a tonic and in
vigorator But you Must
choou Ike right k-nd tetih
care a poor whiskey will
do mozC harm than a
good whiskey can do
good. When you lm
The PORE FOOD WhUiey
y ou have the cuarantee
of the largest distillers of
fine whiskey tn the world
t Jtitistlie very bU and
parert that inoi.rr and
ul ran produce a -w'mstey
ft-niif'a ' dlitilUd ana
iirefnlly ofrdtot the express
purpose of being used as a
iua:!hul slimu ant in the
The PURE FOOD WhUhey
is distilled, aged and bottled
latx od under the direct scp
erv iuto 1 1 V S Grnvrttmsnt
Inst"-i ''" s, and the Grc-n
,ovnirient Stamj tbit seals
eju H ixrle ranrantees that the
c nlea. are ffenatitLtr.fht,
ntnrJ "wliitky, 3rpcrlinA
tornt iJ full U. S. StoadH
(I0 ( ) vnttt.
EWS HEMS FROM
DEAR OLD TOMBSTONE
The following news items are pick
ed from the Tombstono Prospector:
In the superior court today. Judge
W. F. Cooper of Tucson, presided and
heard testimony in several cases In
which Judge Sutter was disqualified.
The following cases were passed upon
17 Judge Cooper today
John H. Bahnke s Jas. R. Head;
arder Issued restraining defendant
from transferring or conveying any
wrtnTship property pending tria,
and filing of bond of $1500.
Clyde Pray vs Elizabeth Pray, de
Stella B. Hcmber vs Chas. F. Huiji
ber; case continued.
L. C Gonzales vs Duey and Over
lock, case submitted.
Jfts Y Fowler vs Mary P. Barrowy
argned and case to be submitted oh
Great Coyote Hunt.
The gregtest coyote hunt that ever
took place in Cochise county, was on
New Year's day on Turkey Creeh.
Fred Williams and C M. Walking
were the captains, each choosing
twenty men an each side, the losing
side to give an oyster supper to their
opionents on the 25th of January at
the Light Hall.
The men under Fred Williams
scored 6285 points as against 3400 by
their opponents. Bill Rohl niade the
high score for Watklns team with
CS3 while Jay Pressey scored 1025
points for the winning side The pys
ter supper and dance will be at the
cost of C. M. Watkins.
ly to isiue the relation of the patent
laws to the Sherman statute. The
prominent motion picture concerns
are accused of combining to monopo
lize the bush. ess through the Motion
Picture Patents comjianj, a corpora
tion organized for tne purpose of hold
ing patents, and die General Film
The marvelous growth ot thb mo
tion picture business In the past de
cade and the fact that no IUase Is
too small to have a picture show
brings the matter close to the heariS
of the people. It La estimated that a
sum greatly in excess of $100,000,000
represents the aggregate of Invest
ments in tho different branches of the
business divided among the manu
facturers of tho cameras. Alms and
exhibiting machines, the rental ex
changes and the theater owners.
The "Motion Picture Trust" made
its appearance In. 100S at which time
there were ten manufacturers or im
porters, about 100 rental exchanges
and 6000 exhibitors. The keenesUcom.
petition existed at that tlme.As a re
sult the manufacturers undertook to
combine under the uesv scheme of
patent control. The government
charges tlat In pursuance) fit this
plan tho Motion Picture Patents com
pany was incorporated in New Jer
sey, and to it the manufacturers as
signed their patents, under provisions
KWarante!ng the companies certain
From the patents company the
manufacturers took back licenses,
binding themselves so that only li
censed films could be used and then
Greater New York Tilm company, sur
A system of interlocking concrete
piling, said to be stronger than steet
piling made of wood, has been in
vented In England.
CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of It in Blsbee But Dally Grow
Tho kidneys often cry for help.
Not another organ in the whole
body more delicately constructed;
Not one more important to health
The kidneys ure the filters of the
When they fail the blood Vcome
foul and poisonous.
There can be no , health where
there Is poUoned blood.
Backache is one of the frequent in
dications of kidney trouble.
It is often the kidneys cry for help
Read what Doan's Kidney Pilsi
have done for overworked' kidneys.
Proof of merit In the follow ins?
Mrs. T. T. Davidson, 231 N. Ston..
St., Tucson, Ariz., says Uoan's Kid
ney Pills have been used In oilr home
and their value in reieving pain In
the back and other kidney dlnfcuitleo
has been amply proven."
For sale by all dealers. Price 56
cents. Foster-Mllbnrn Co.," Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Office Main St,
Opp. Palace Stable
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hofe Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY- POPPEN, Manage
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Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Stree
General Distributors TUCSON, ARIZ.
J Hub (angrily) "Here! what do yoa
mean by waking me 'out 'of a eotina
sleep?" Wife 'Because the souad was
too dlstresgicsT Boston Transcript
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OUR experts have made a scien
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?g Every detail of construction of the fa
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witn tne same care. As a
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Lurnbers 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.
en Watkins Lumber Lo.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
Pal ace Livery
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MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
C.55 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3:53 p. m.
7.34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lr 3:12 p. m.
S 18 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:25 p m.
9 3S a. m Lv Lordsburg; Lv 1:23 p. m.
10.45 a. m. Ar Hacblta Lv 11:59 p. m.
South bound train connects ' with
Southern Pacific west bound .train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. m.
Mountain Time. '
South bound train connects with El
Pas & Southwestern east bound
train for EI Paso, Ieating Hacfilta at
11.50 a. itu Mountain Time, and
with west bonnd train for Douglas
and Blsbee. leaving Hacblta' at 10:. "p
a. m. Mountain Time.
It. K. MINSON,
Clifton, Ariz. General Passenger Agenr
O. K. LrVERY and
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