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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, J ANUARY 18, 1913.
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FOR LOS ANGELES
Superintendent Hotchkjss ,s u,est Dope Concerning
Local Line; Statement Line
Not Likelv to Reach San
Diego Is Basis for Belief.
e s How S17U.UUU o
County Money Are to
DOUGLAS LEADS ALL
of the largest school approprlitloaj
mnde In several years was had today.
when County School Superintendent
11. II. Hotchklss apjKjrtloned amon,?
the fcchool districts of Cochise county
the total sum or J170.09S.2g. There
Is a total number of skftfle school
dtstiicts In the county and each fard
well in the apportionment.
Many Get S10C0
The greater majnrltysof the d "
IS SPLENDID ROAD
Jan, 17 One) UYttK At MSY KUUIIS
Notwithstanding the frequent as
sertion of tl.o managers of the CI
Ihtso and Southwestern railroau sys
tem that there Is no Intention or plan
for extending the road west from
Tucson stories continue to appeal
which persistently predict that the
road is planning to put Its western
terminus on the Pacific coast. The
last story of this kind now going tht
ounds of the press, was recently pub-
AlcNeal Merchant Says That
Farmers Are Installing
Many and He Is Opti
mistic of the Future
AT SPECIAL PRICES
SSSO Tor all $3 00 VALVES.
$3 00For ail $3.fi0 & J4 00 Val
$3 50 For all $."0i Values
$4 HO For all JO 00 & JG.50 Val
$5 .-.0 For ell 57 1X1 & J7J.0 Val
YOU ALL NEED PANTS and
AT THESK P1UCES
You can get an etra pair of
good WINTER WEIGHT at a
VERY LOW PRICE.
SPRING LINES WILL BE
HERE SHORTLY and we want
td show A CLEAN NEW AS
SORTMENT AT THAT TIME.
SHIRTS STILL ON SALE
Plenty of SIZES & PATTERNS
in our CLUETT aqd GOTHAM
$1 00 for all $1.50 grades
$1 50 for nil $2 00 & $2 ."i0 grades
30 per cent OFF
(FINE AUTO COATS)
Schwartz Bros. Go,
(The Safe Place) Main St l
receiving $1000. Hereford, Huacnuca,
HarbacoinaTI. Fairfcank. Texas, Artes
s, Adams, El Dorado, Wllgus, San Si
mon, San Pedro, Kansas, Pool, Mc
Donald, Webb, Quadalupe. Paradise.
Tufa. Johnson, Portal. Swisshelms.
Osbo'rn. Apadaca, Lee. Moo.-es. Ser
voss, Erie. Apache, Neel. Valley. L
He. Sulphur Springs, Rodeo, Palomin
as, MexUona. Lamb, Bernardino, Asn
Creek. IJght McNeal, Mountain View,
Stewart. Beac Creek. Stronghold. Dra
goon. Brophy. A I). Adams UUt.-ict,
Fair view. Mascot and Rucker.
La.ge.' DiStric's Treated
Those receiving larger amounts
than $1000. together with the amount
recehed by each, were: Tombstone,
$4234 50. Blsbee. $32,7y0; Benson, $4.
ait. Willeox. $4335: TeUston. $1200.
I Dos Cabeias $1248; Marcus. $2232;
' Pearce, $1584. Naco. $1557. Turquoise
I $2373 Cochise. iVSa H. Douglas $12.
JU20. Courtland. $IU9 The two e
'ceivlng less than $1000 each were- St
'Dav'd. $976 SO; and Soldier Holes.
This is the first apportionment of
hli Year that has been made bo ra
Althcueh others will follow at inter
vals, none will be as larse as the iP
LOCALS IAKE BOTH
rwftl Si 000 each, ultb only mo I ,, , . .iA a tna-..ina r-n1,,,
falling below that amount and thir- havlng apparently no other founda
teen lecelving a larger amount. The u thfln a statement ae by Vice-
follow mg is me list oi neuisiriC., . . sh h , .. , ,. tnat
the roaU was not planning to build to
San Diego. The following is the Tri
'The El Paso & Southwestern rail
road, which recently extended its
700-mile main line into Tucson, Ariz.
oil Its western course, is not aiming at
San Diego as a Pacific coast terminal.
This statement was made last night
at Hote' Alexandria by T. M. Schu
maker of New York, vice-president
and tralllc director of the railway.
Phsphesy Los Angeles.
Local railroad oflicials believe
lirmly that the El Pa?o''& South
western Is planning to build into Los
Angeles in the near future. When
luvked about this, Schumaker said:
"Tucion Is the end of the road. We
are doing no construction work this
side of Tucson. We have no plans for
any further bullJing this way at
present As to the future, of course,
it is Imiosslb!e to state what may be
considered best to do lsitively we
have no Intention of building or ac-
c.i'.rlng a llti- to an Dlgo.
Mas Build to Coart.
I jus Angeles railroad -initials df
clare that the uil"n,lon of the Aad
to reach the coast Is olivlue. Tli-;y
point to the tact that ".t has teen
stpndlW renchiim westwprd. th.'-t 'it
I is one of the best hu''t roa!- In
DOUGLAS, Jan. 17. T 3 Leeson,
n prominent merchant of McNeal. uc- j
companled by his wife, arrived heroj
yesterday afternoon on a purchasing'
trip for his store and returned home;
todsy, leaving Mrs. Leeson litre toj
spend, e few days visiting friends.
air. Leeson Is ah ardent booster
.or his section of the country ana
was kept busy last night telling his
man friends the remarkable firov
ress that is bctng made by the farm
ers. He believe!, that McNeal has
the be:t future of any settlement in
the valley, and In shaking about It
to an International representative
last night, said
"In older to give you an idea of
what Is doing at McNeal, I want
to tell you that the farmers an. rap
Idly installing pumping plants on
their ranches. 1 have sold and de
livered about ten plants since the,
first of the ear and havo booked
orders for over 30 more, which I will
deliver as soon as thev arrive. Iast
vpar It was demonstrated that the
tomato crop Is very profitable and the
acreage of tomatos will be Increased
at least 15 times this year. This part
ly accounts for the installation of the
large number of pumping plants "
When asked what kind of pumping
plants were installed. Mr Leeson said
Ui usual kind used was the centrifu
gal pump, driven by a crude oil en
gine, this being the cheapest method
known. "The fanners are now buslL
engaged In plowing lor the spring
crops and getting their grounds In
shape to converre the spring rains."
he added. "They are plowing nLoir
thren times the amount of ground
they did last icar, and 1 know of
some farmers In McNeal who w ill cul
tivate their entire 160 acres this year
Some of them will sow- barley this
spring as an experiment, and the gen
eral belief Is that this will be one of
the profitable crops of the valley In
In Fast Basket Ball Games
at "Y" Bisbee Girls
and Bovs Win
AT LOWELL THEATRE
The management of tho Lowell
Tncater are presenting an innovation
in tht artof projecting photo-plas
In a manner which has won the ap
proval of the great crowds who have
witnessed the pleasing performance
piven at thsicozy little thenter The
program.Ior Suudav and Monday con
tains drama, scenic educational, top
ical and conudy subjects of the very
best obtainable in the moving picture
world. The patrons of this popular
little theater are always sure of a
good laugh, and that's half the battle
The bill for Sunday and Monday is
of unusual InteresL following In a
short synopsis of the different sub
jects. 'The Hand Bag," a Vltagraph
comtdy containing no end of sur
prises and real fun. "Arabian Sports
is a very instructive as well as enter
taining subject, showing the Tiarvel
ous performances of the greatest
horsemen in the world. "The Silent
Signal." a gripping story laid near
EI Paso on the Mexican border fea
turing the United States cavalry mak.
ins a spectacular chase and fight
through the mountains to rescne the
heroine of .the story. "Mr. Hubby's
Wife." as the name implies is a
ycream. brfra full of good clean fun,
"Tim." a drama with a splendid moral
from the-Edison studio nresentln-; a
strong lessonfwhlch every young man
r.houku see. :..
' This, promises to be cne of the
strongest WllSn shown at the Lowell
i CARD 43F THANKS.
;WewIsbStt thank our friends and
specially Mrs. Sadie Henderson, Mrs.
McClearr.llrs. H. Yancy arid Mrs.
L E. jLopmlat, for the 'kindness and
sj-mpathy'Bhown -at the time of the
denthSand'-bjirial of our molher, Mrs.
W. Hi Day.
MR. AND MRS. F. O. HENDERSON
AtfD FAMILY. C.
Blsbee was the victor in both of
the b.skct ball games played last
night at the Y. M. C A. The games
were hard fought throughout and
were two of the best that have bee 1
een this season.
The first game was between th
BUbee girls' team and the Douglas
girls' team. The first coal of the
game went to Bisbee and from that
time on the local team held the lead.
The two forwards. Miss Bessie Gill
and Miss Annie Wallace, were the
ttar players on the local team and
they had excellent support. Douglas
put up a good game, but the superld:
team work of .Blsbee Kept them from
the eoals. For the visitors Miss Rtfa
Ames and Miss Nona Chap:)n played
tho star game. The final score end
ed 34 to U. in favor of Blebee.
The following Is the line up of the
two teams. Douglas; Nona Chaplin,
center; Mattle Taylor, second center;
Rita Ames, forward; Corine Lambert,
forward; Alice Ellison, guard; Alta
Morgan, guard and Jessie Iteese, first
substitute Bisbee: Martha Gill, cen
ter, Barbara Watkins, second center;
Bessie Gills, forward; Annie Wallace,
forward. Bertha Roberts, guard; Mil
dred Asnbee. ctiard: and Mary Huche&
first substitute. J. Clinton was re. fereel
.,- a r tru.lfr wn thai
oi lue gaiizu uuu . .nw& -.
The second game was between the
Douglas anT Bisbee boys' team, ana
this was likewise won by the local
team. Blsbee took the lead in the
first half. The playing was fast ar.d
there was star nlaying on both sides.
The first half ended with the scoro
In favor of Bisbee. 18 to S. The visi
tors doubled their score In tho seo-
and balf but Bisbee also made eight
points and the game ended la lavor
of the home team with the score
standing 2S to 16.
The line up of the two teams
was: Douglas: Tom Nelson, center;
Clarence Hinton, guard, George See
ley guard; Shy Greenberg. forward;
Joe Hinton. forward; and Sperry and
Lochart. substitutes. Blsbee; Byron
Thomas, center; George Medbjovlch.
fqrward; Bruce Struther. forward.
Ralph VerfuUi. guard; Emil Yoakum,
guard; and Mike Schraalzell. flrss
substitute. Clinton refereed the
game and Daniels was umpire.
a,..,..,.. witt, r,n. ,.r vnt pniijn niul i the next few vears. Some was raised
eightv-live pound steel; that it is n 'ast year as c matter of experiment
n far better and bigger road than is and did sutllcleittlj well to warrant
neccysfrv for the carrying of ore fori larger crops. '
the Phelps Dodge Mining company,!
aitich owns It. nnd that I; has be
come. In fact, a transcontinental sys
tem, which lacks nn important part
In western traffic affairs.
Opinion has long been divided as to
whether the loan was aiming at San
Diego or Ixjs Angeles. Rumor bald
that the purchase of the Spreckels
I4irtly-bullt road out of San Diego
was "col templated by the El Paso S.
Southwestern P remains to be seen
whether or not Los Angeles Is the
objective point of the road.
PLAY COUGLAS SOON
Scores Will Be Kept at "Y"
So That, Strong Team
May Be Picked
Beginning Monday night, the V. M.
C. A. will keep the score of all bow
lers, for the purpose of organizing .
team to play tho Douglas Y. M. C. A.
The scores will be kept from Monday
until the first of February.
When nil the scores are In the
seven men having the highest scores
will .constitute the team. The five ot
this number having the highest score
will be th members of the team and
the last two will be substitutes. It
la expected thata the first game with
Douglas -will be played about the
second of February. The three al
leys at the Y. are now In first class
condition and it Is eipscted that
some excellent scores will be made.
At a recent meeting of the Y.
bowlers officers for the 1913 team
were chosen. J. C. B. Amos, was
again chosen president of the team
while Charles Wittlg was elected sec
OF TE1PE NORMAL
Will Begintjanuary 27 Says
RULES COMMITTEE FOR
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For Announcement From The
A meeting of the rules committee
of the Grammar School Athletic
league will te held next week at th
Y. M. C. A, at which the league will
be finally organized and the- rules
governing it will be drawn up.
The league Includes souin uisoee.
Central school (Bisbee), Warren, Lo
well. Lincoln and Don Luis. At the
meeting a regular schedule of games
will be drawn un and other arrange
ments for the Inter-school basket
ball championship will be arranged.
The following Is the personel of. tho
rules committee: Messrs.
A. J. Matthews, principal of the
Tempe StJte Normal school sends Jhe
The. first semester of the Tenine
Normal school will close Jan 24 and
the Second semester will open Mon
day. Jan. 27. While students are ad
mitted to the institution at all times,
this is a particularly favorable time
for entrance, as 'many new classes are
formed. Some of these will be of
special Interest to teachers who de
sire to take up work for a portion of
the j ear. with a view to preparing
themselves for the teachers' examina
tions. Students who contemplate en
tering the Institution In the future,
but are irregular in their work, will
have an opportunity of adjusting this
work and preparing themselves to
enter the Normal course at the be
ginning of the next year's work. It
is hoped, therefore, that all students
who expect to enter the normal this
year, will endeavor to do so at this
time or as soon thereafter as pos
sible. The dormitories are crowded, bit
we will secure desirable .pjaces at
reasonable rates for studenti to board
tne present seineair ua? ucc vw
of the most successful in the history
of the Institution. . The attendance
has Increased about" 23 per cent; and
this year's class will be the largest
ever graduated. There Is a constant
demand Ui the state tor leacners, iu
fact we have received several appll
cafons for teachers that we could not
The. department of agriculture which
ha heen organized this year Is at
tracting a great deal of attention. The
indents who have taken up the work
are enthusiastic over the results al
ready attained. Prospective teachers
here Jiave an opportunity io prepare
themselves for nature work, practical
school gardening, and for teaching
elementary agriculture in country
A course In German has been intro
duced which fulfills college require
Sample Shoe Sale Jg
"" aii ' 'til J
Ladies Fine footwear
We have been most fortunate in procuring- this sample
line of Oxfords and Pumps for by so doing we arc able
to save our customers from $1.00 to'SSO on each pur
chase. ,Of course you know there is always a" limited
number to any very special valueJTherefore be shoe wise
and select yours today. These come in all the advanced
styles and in all leathers. Sizes 2VZ, 4 and A2 in B
widths. Values S3.50 up to $5.00.
styles and in all leathers. Sizes 2VZ, 4 and A2 in B
widths. Values S3.50 up to $5.00.
While They Last, Sale Price 0 Ctf a pair
you ask for heerdo not take a sub
stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your grocer does not have ii, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
huh i i cmm y
on ri a wnMnw
I i a B S I bf B ft M I w jj Jp & j
Homes For Sale
3 room house, Tomb
stone canyon, com
2 room house, on large
lot, completely fur
nished, sewer connec
tions, terms, $450.00
6 room house, Quarry
Canyon, bath, elec
tricity; gas, closets,
screen porch, $500.00
cash, balance like
REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
have been bought in large lots by me before the an
nual raise in price. See loose stones in front win
dow Mounted ones in side window. My guaran
tee is 90 per cent on the $1.00.
L. L. GILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. & S. W. Ry.
Wadsworth, Wittlg. Henry, Pbilbrook,
Williams and Brown.
SOUTHERN PUBLISHERS MEET
NEW ORLEANS, La Jan. 17. Rep
resenting a large number of leading
Southern newspapers, the annual con
venUon of the Southern Newspaper
Publishers' association assembled at
the St. Charles Hotel here today for
turn Hairs' tuxalnn. Victor H. Hanson
Pntraan. I or itlrmlntfiiam Is president ' and
GO TO GLOBE TO SEE
THEIR SISTER WED
P- E. Thomas, official Interpreter of
tho county court, will leave for Globe
today, where he will attend the wed
ding of bis sister. -Margaret-.- Ills '
brother, Charles Thomas, employed
at the Phelps, Dodge Mercantile com
pany, will a?so attend the wedding.
The weddln? will be held at the
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.miiuiic cuureu iu uiwuc o uco4;.
The groom, Harry Harding, is well
known in this city. He is at present
employed in the Southern Pacific of
fices at Empalme, Mex. Following
the wedding the young, couple will
spend their honeymoon on a trip
through the northern states ot Mexico
and will return to Empalme, where
they will make their home.
ii We Handle the Two Best Brands of
On The Market
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and he Convinced
Brophy Carnage Company
Phone 284" " Lowell Ariz.
U. S. HARDWARE CO.
VETERAN RUNS AMUCK
PUEBLO, Col, Jan. 17- Lysander
U Johnson shot and intUntly killed
Mrs. Maude Murray and then himself
here today. The shooting followed a
Quarrel regarding the ownership ot a
business enterprise. Johnson -was sev
enty years old and a veteran of tiie
civil war. Mrs. Murray was 3S years
George W. Brenson ot Greenville, S.
C Is secretary of uie association.
Mr. Hanson is presiding oven the con
tention. The convention was opened
this morning with the usual formal
ties, following which the publishers
Lentered upon a discussion ot adver
tising, clreQlatlon ana otner tecnnicai
tonics Dertlnent to the publication, of
dally newspapers. Atter the close ot
the convention the members and their
wives will depart on s trip to Panacsa.
NOTED ACTOR'S RETIREMENT
LONDON, Jan. 17. Congratulations
a-plenty poured In upon J. Forbes-
Itobertson today to remind him of his
sixtieth birthday anniversary. Mln
gled with tho felicitous ' greetings.
which lame from friends and ad
mirers on both sides of fbc Atlantic,
were many expressions of regret over
the orospectSve retirement of the
noted actor, who has announced that
They will return to New Orleans m the coming season ii n ins last Le-
lime for the Mardl Uras carnival. nina tno loomguis..
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.