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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913.
Charred "Body of Former
(Special to p'he RevtewJ
PHOENTX Jan. 21. Goorge C.
Clark, one of the best knotyn olvjl
and mining thpliiecrp Iri central and
southern Arizona, met death at an
early hour this morning In a fire
which destroyed the two room house
he occupied Alone tm South ' Ninth''
Ave. Not until the building had been
practically consumed were the fire
men enabled to enter the ruins, where
his charred remains were found In
the smouldering embers.
For some, time jOlark -has Veen sep
arated from 'his- wife, who lives tn
IMsbee. while their three daughters
are with friends in this city. Recent
ly he had; been, grieving over theH
aration from his 'family and sought
comfort in drink. He was seen 10
come Into the bouse the evening be
fore and It, was noted then that he bad
keen drlnking.J itatw an unidentified
man called at the place and Is saw
to have spent some time with Jiim.
This lnan,waa sqen to leave the plaqe
half an boar oefbre the nous was dis
covered In if fcimiiai
Suspect Foul Play
The police are working on the the
ory 'that the death of "Clark may hot
have been accidental. He is known
to have jjrawn $UC from a local barfK
Monday and to have left a portion of
this with Ed Olsen, a friend. Olsen
says Clarfc-aslrrt-for ten dollars of
the money- and'Jater sent for, two dol
lars more, 'llcridw Jias upwards $60
belonging Jo Clark.
From tfctf t&i$oi in which Clark s
tody was Iflns when found, the po
lice believe bo. Was probably assault
ed from -behlnUithe body falling to
the fIoors m Iwrt.'fiot been in bed,
was still clothed anil could not KaVe
fallen froth thfje, the body being
several Xee,t Srusi the bedj. -
Some of ,tne netgnnors join in w,ub
the police-- in the theory of possible
foul play vwhlle ot Ivors are convinced
Clark problbry upset a lamp and was
,' unable tot-makie,bls way from the
'flames which, consumed the building.
An i Inquest will be hold tomorrow.
. PpOjyUtJENT IN BISBEE
Announcement of the death ol
George C. Clark In this city occasion
ed regret among, all ol the old resi
dents for these had known Clark well
when he was at the top of his pro
fession' here In Bisbee where he as
a highly successful mining engineer.
For a number of years he had an of
fice in this oity and when Bisbee was
enjoying early, boom -days he acquir
ed a fortune in that work. He left
the djstrlct about eighjears ago and
went to IKwpr, then to other eastern
cities and finally returned to ArUuna
locating in Phoenix. Before this his
corapIratfvawfaUh had been spent
and rcccatlBiKeayaaijapt in an antu-
News of the death of Clark came
to this cltv to the Klks who found
his son and wife and notified tlioi.
Afterward they made tti arrange
ments for the funeral services whion
will be. held -In TboenijL
GOULD WEDDING IS
. EVEOTOF TODAY
(Continued frcm Pasr U
II I BOUTS
Three Bouts Furnish Best
Card of Season-on Bad
Night Before Few
Spectators PAST WORK SHOWN
generally accented belief that she pre-
ferred a life of single blessedness
all have helped to make her wedding
a topic of lively discussion among all
The party of invited guests who will
go from tbla city to Tarrytown .j
special train to attend the wedding
will be a smalt but distinguished one.
H wilt include several raetabers nf
the GouW tmatli" who are not already
at Lyndburst Mrs. Russell Sage will
be a member of the party, as will also
several well known clergymen and
educators who have been ctosely as
sociated with Hiss GouW in her wort
of charity and philanthropy.
An orchestra ot forty piece has
been engaged to provide an elaborate
musical. uroarora, but otherwise the
wedding will be simple in He dotalis.
It is understood that the invited
guests number between fifty and six
ty, all of them relatives or iatinate
friends of IQsa Goakl or Mr. SheparU.
The eereoi:,. wkleta is to take ptc
shortly after tb bow at noon, will ba
followed by a breakfast. George
Gould will give bis steten Jn warrant
and her little nleeae. daughters of
Frank-J. Gortd, will te flower girls.
Ninety tons ot fras walar munaals
recently were taken from a LojhJqw
water main aappHea by the River
Two knock outs s'lvcned the Tuet,
day night boxing bouts at the Y. M.
C. A., held last night. Three matches
wr nut on and the card vas one ot
i the beet that baa been presented this
r ............ m.9 .1... kl
svtUfuu. vu uvluuui ui ijie uau
woather, the attendance was small.
The first' bout was between Vas-
bender and Freeman, lloth boys arei
lightweights! The match was a good
one, with very little ' blinching and
both boys showing excellent blocking
and foot work. Vasbender. last week,
was .hurt while doing somo gym worR
and for this reason was not in uis
usual first olas condition. Towa.-ds
the end of tho second round Freeman
took the aggressive and, with a
whirlwind finish, knocked his oppon
ent out Vasbender put up an excel
Th secosd match, also In the-liit
weight division, saw two new men in
the ring. They wore Dan Harvey and
Kid WHI'aws. The flght was rather
a stow one, with little clinching and
Williams showing axculleet blocking.
The fight was a clean one all the way
through and eootd with the decision
In Harvey's favor.
The last match, an exhibition one
between Baseman and Keen. Hate
man was to have gone on with Jack-
con, but the latter was unable to aiM
pear. Keen had had no truimns out
put ut a Tine scrap, even though lie
was not the equal of Bateman, wno
one of the fastest scrappers In the
tournament. As In the frst scran
the K. O. came in th,e fceeond rounl.
when Bateraan rnehed his men and
landed the big punch Just tefore the
No Suffering Yets
The unnatural suffering of so many women at times
can be relieved by a little care and proper help.
Beecham's Pills give just the assistance needed. They
act gently but surely ; they correct faults of the system
so certainly that you will find better conditions prevail
Amongst Women Who Take
this renowned and effective remedy. Beecham's
Pills will help your digestion, regulate your bowels,
stimulate your liver. Headaches, backaches, lassi
tude, and nervous depression will trouble you less and
iess after you take at times whenever there is netid
Women UUdi to Uln thtir routlifcl lootu and to fl at tfceir belt
,h"M bo auto to rad tho cpociaI direction itb nr box.
Sold crerywlicre. la boxci 10c, 2Sc
A Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot fire wjien. a
a lot of poor coal sends out no
beat at all It is economical to
buy our coal because it Is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little njh
and costs no moro per ton thtjn,
poofur grades. W deUven&t
any part of the city. 1(?
American Block Lunip
Oak chunks Juniper andOar.
Vood. Any length.
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
OHcc Main 8t, Opp. Palace Stables
if - Y fVi
Hi's stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you like tr
feel that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any kind
of food you desired withoat injury?
That may seem so unlikely to yott
thai you do not even hope for an
oufiing of your trouble, but perml
its to -assure you that It is not alto
getber impooeihle. If otheta can b
cured permanently, and thousand
nave "been, why not you? John K
Jiarker, of Battle Creek, Mfch., is on
o' them. He says: "I was troubled
wltli heartburn, indigestion, and Hv
er complaint until I used Chamber
Iain's Tablets, then my trouble wa
ow," Sold by all dealers. Adver
gOBS. Ail three of the majebps were
excellent and an equally good card-is
promised for next Tuesday night.
Fallowing the bouts a - burlesque
weisht HftlnR al wrestling match
was put on by Camithers aud Daniels.
Daniels got the throw in the" wrestling
Lest Its Tongue.
Tbo Paul Revere bell in tho city hall
at Bath, Me, kwt Its 15-pound Jongue
tho other day and befeanie silent for
tho first time in over 100 years. The
bell first hung In the steeple of the
North church at Bath. Tho people ot
Bath knew that something was amiss
when the curfew did cot ring at nine
O'clOC'X -..rr.. .'
Big One Day Sale
Colors, Patterns, Widths
&Quality You Want At A
Price That Makes Them
Twice as Welcome. Worth
50c, 65c & 75c, Sale Price A YARD
The rapidity with which we will sell Ribbons FRIDAY can
not be expressed in terms of yards not at te rate of a
mile a minute exactly, but atthis price speedily enough to
warrant early coming
I FRIDAY, and Friday only, we give vou a free and un
restricted choice from our entire stock of Novelty Rib
bons at 25c per vard The offer embraces qualities that
raaularlv sell for 50cr 65c and 75c per yard and were
considered the best values in town at full regular prjees.
vv'omen w'Jt certainly grow enthusiastic over this sale of RIBBONS. There are
daintv Dresdens on white and colored grounds, with small or large figures, some have
colored borders; Floral patterns in beautiful designs and rich color combinations;
Roman stripes of rainbow hue. and others you can put to immediate use for muli
nerv, gTrtfleSr trimmings, bpv;s and fancv work. Widths ranging' from 5 to 7 inches;
Not 'ayarcUhat sold for les than 50c and the major ,ry is worth 65c and sc a
yard Friday's price 25c. ' . '
WILL-, BE RIBBON DAY
Miles of Novelty
Ribbons For Every
Use. 50c, 65c, 75c
Qualities. Special & YARD
Expresses Himself on Sev
eral Leislative Matters
at Douglas Enroute
FOR COUNTY DIVISION
Capl. C B. Kelton was in Douglas
Monday from his Tancli home -at Kel
ton in the Sulphur Springs valley, on
his way to Phoenix from -Douglas. Mr.
KeHon went to Cananea where he
expects to spend a. few days on pri
vate business and from there he will
go to -N'ogales anl Tucson before he
goes to Phoenix.
In sneaking about the next session
ot the legislature M. Kelton said to
an International rejHirter; "i have no
Idea .what Govembr Hunt will In
clude in his call. I am inclined ot
believe he will issne a general call.
which will enabe s to take up an7
matter that we may see fit."
Speakership Un Doubt.
As to the speakership. Mr. Kelton
said: "I have no more Idea who
will be the speaker than you have.
If the senate re-oiects Cunniff as
president, I bellev Bradner will ce
re-elected as sseajer. Personally I
believe the old ottlcfcrs -should hold
over, as this is i special session
and not the opening of a new ses
sion. Opposed to County Seat Bill
"In regard to thjs proposed county
seat removal bill. I am strongly
opposed to it foa several reasons.
Jn the first place. Jcounty division 's
sure to come in OJehise county soon
er or later and why not have it now?
My idea is to divide the county "n
three pirts and thdn Jet each division
settle the question o( the location of
the county seat for itself. It is true
that the strength of the county would
te greatly reduced; but that must
come seme Ume anyhow. I think
the lines of dlviplon proposed by
your chamber of Commerce last fall
is about the best (that can be done
and will divide the taxable property
as equally as possible. 1 favor that
To those contemplating furnishing
a home, if you will check furnltuvo list.
below, articles wanted nd call at our
store for estimate, win save you both
time and money:
Linoleums, Stoves and Itanges, Ta
bles, Cupboards, Cabinets. Chairs,
Uockers. Hues. Matting, Dining Ta
bles. Buffets, Quilts, -Blankets, Bed
and Table Linen. Bedc Springs, Mat
tresses, Pillows, Dressers. Center Ta
bles. Lib. Tables, Chiffoniers. Wash
stands. Wardrobes, Trunks, Cuttlery,
Draperies, Cooking Utensils. Dishes.
et, and etc. '
In fact, everything for tho home.
Xew and Second band goods bought,
sold, exchanged, easy pal ments.
v STANDARD FURN. CO.,
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
, Private Wire System at Denver
' CORRESPONDENTS: Pains Web
ber & Co., Bob ton and Calumat.
Logan & Bryan, Ch)cago end Nsw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL I
and High Glass Cafe
Speaal $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p
Reg lor 59c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
heavily barred, so that if the fourth
attempt is made, they will be
obliged to make so much disturbance
that it will lend to their apprehen
Mexican Home Burglarized
The heule of Tiburclo Juarez, a
Mexican, living in the rear of the
store conducted by Abdul Salem.
1315 Railroad avenue, was entered
very mysteriously between 1 and 8
o'clock Sunday night, and a smll
trunk containing three purses and
quite an assortment of new cloth
ing, stolen. The purses contained
more than $160 In money.
Spooler Residence Robbed
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Spooler. 930 Eighth street, was aiao
entered early Sunday night by aa ua
knowh person or persons. A dia
mond pin, a ' number of gold bay
pins and a suit of clothes were the
goods Btollen. There is said to be no
clue to the identity ot the tuief. The
matter Is now being investigated by
COLQUITT'S SECOND TERM
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 21. Oscar C.
Colquitt, who, was re-elected governor
of Texas last November, and the
others chosen to the several state of
fices at that time were inaugurated
day with the customary ceremonies
Visitors from many parts of the stab?
were in attendance.
NORRIS ELECTED SENATOR
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 21 Georze
W. Norris, for the past ten years toe
representative of the Fifth ,NebrasVa
district In, congress, was today ele-t-ed
United States senator to succeed
Norr's Brown, whose term will expire
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Hogan apd Seed
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. , Main Strec
Lumber s Limej Cement ,
Faint of All Kinds, Build
ers9 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.
Henderson T .
Mountains on the Japanese 'stand
(of Hokkaido yiehf 40,MK,0tMI pounds
J of sulphur a year in an almost pure
TJ-IJ Q A J F Is Positively For One Day Only. Not A Yard Of These
ljLlJLO kjJ-LjLj D:uur,r- W;11 R SnlJ Rofnre FriAau. Be On Hand Earlu
Emporium Store in Business
Center Entered by Bur
glars Who Fail in an At
tempt to Open Safe
HOMES ARE ENTERED
DOUGLAS. Jan. SI On SuniSuy
night the Empuriam stare was broken
Into by burglars, wbo""!aln lngrens
Kf the rear door. An obtaag hole
was broken !n a panel of the baric
door, and through this hole the thr
locks wtich hold "the door were pried
off with Honn- sharp instrument. pos
sibly a chiseL The key fts in the
main look, and after poring off two
bolts, the thieves bad access to the
The miscreants were evidently af
ter money, as anattemt had evi
dently been made to farce the safe
open, but in this they failed. Noth
ing bad feeen disturbed or,taken. a
'far as coald be ascertained from a
harried search of the store, by Man-
laser Channel and his clerks. It woj
! evident that the thieves found U
, would be impossible to force- the saf.
'without an explosive, juis wonw
,have brought ntout detection, so thejf
i aA fsM.'Arf in ahntutnn their ef
fort. It Is believed to be the wbtKf.
of American men who wanted mogqVrU
as there was some vaiuahie silver
ware that could have been taken and
easily carried away. Mexican rob
bers would probably have taken
shoes and ready-to-wear garments.
A year ago this coming spring, tho
store, was entered .by a bole being iflut
(n the floor frqiiulbejQeUar. asid JW0
porth of goodsf carrled"-ojr,''bfjWbg:k
no trace was Wergained. There J8
a second atterdpalast jear to;bBrs
larUe the stoVe, tut lt4dtd not Jsuo-
ceed. f- &-
It Is thr Intention of JI5 Carry,
the nroDrictor off the Emporium- to
have an iron door at the oacic en-
Guess Wrong Again.
AboR five years ago I wrote to vot
that I had be a terrible sufferer
from kidney ad bladder troubles, an J
that my phypioian informed me that
my Wt. kidney was tn such condition
f.hl,t there was no hope for my re
oavery. I was adtfeed to try yoir
Svyamp-Root as a last resort, and nf
ter taking four fifty-cent stae bottle-,.
I passed a gravel stone whh wigh-i-d
tea grams. I afterwards forward
ed yo this gravel stone. $ove had
no return ot any (roabte sine that
time and cannot say too ir.u.-b. In
favor of your wtmCerbrt preparation.
Swarap-Root, which cHres. alter pixy
Very Truly Yours
l W. HOIINE.
Iloate 3. Box fc Tlosebero, N. C.
PewonaHy aweared bsfora me,
this 31st day oC July. 1505, F. H.
IJqrnev'who- subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
same-. Is true in subsumes and in fact
JAJlSS M. 1UM,
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bbwen & Hubbard, ProDrletorx
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Sltbee 23 Lowell 7
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
C:la a. m. Lv Ciifton ar. 3:3 p. m.
7 31 n. rr. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:12 p. m,
S IS a. ra. Lv Duncan I.v 2:28 p m.
f' ".8 rt a Lv Lordsburz Lv 1:28 p. m.
tlO 45 a m. Ar Hacbita Hv ll:5fc p. m.
1 South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific -west -bound- -tram
No. 1. teaming Lordsburg lftrf7sf.
Mountain Time. ,
South bound train connects with 81
Pas & Southwestern eas Xtoml
train for EI Paso, leaving IlaeWte at
11: SO a-iB: itoufllaln. Time, tuft
wjto. wjC bund train far P
and Uishce, leaving HacaKa at lt:Se
a. m. Mountain Time.
R. K. MIKSOK, i
Clifton, Arli Generat Paseeoaar&gattc
CATARRHf (J O. K. LIVERY and
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Binghamton, N. V.
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Phone lb. Op. Depot AmbaUnss
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Send io-Dr. Kl?mer. & Co. Bins-ltam'ton-N;;
Itrwln. convince ahyon, Yuu will
also receive 3 booVletofvauable Ih
formatlon, tclllns all 'aboHt.the kjd
ncys and Madder. Vrbon writing: be
sure and mention The filsbee Daily
llcv)w. Ragnlar flfty-crtit and .one
dollar size bottles for sale at nil drag
The Arizona Sanitarium
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Price3
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