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THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1913. J
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA,
New Mexico Legislature Pro
tcstsfc'A'galnst Return of
IndiaiTribe to State
TLOT AGAINST PALL
SANTA Kit N M ,'. 22. New
Mexico vswlty' not isore, lBdiana than
it bag. H tc sot eatel at the idea
of the r$onr-pf the Geronimo tribe
to the Tiilarot., rservatkm and will
have MasJj.Jt tbte csn ? tWeaj
T. VTtftl5T TpitfiwUBs Lincoln
county, pj-etajitt'JJriVieolilt'qft vester-l-
pfetesttug&totlM department of
tin interior acsinat the return to the
jtMcaloro reservation or any otbr
reservation In New Mexico or Ger-
oalmo and ids band: Tit resolutlonl
wis referred to, the committee in
Indian aSam. f
t lnveiiigat&.New Mexico Coal
A jobst resolution providing for the
aHio)Htn3elC3f.&'0tHntal68lou ot five
monjfers to tat estimate the price of
aoal In New Mexico, wlireh, It-Is .aj
lcged is exorbitant, was Introduced' fry
representative W. H. Uewellys. and
adopted in the bouse Monday The
rqfeoJutfoii reeitf-) jthat though, slati? t
Iqb aliow New M Aico has mere Cbal
thifl Pennsylvania, yet consumers of
the ataUt are forced to pay from $7
to &JtU JUtpnior ordinary soft coaL
jBSorulAjfljtalsO recites that, the
f retail rat jitF ooal are anywhere
cimhi raltft jit? ooa
from $1 to3.6a ton to pofnts with-
claim they realise
that mine owner
a, profit of less than
uQ cents a ton on tbr output as a
Plotting Against Fall
The democrats-, he W a. caucus yester
day and f Ive eenatorial candidates
ws oS5rnit-'matters considered.'
Several, JBiiiUflaUoiKi are talked or.
Senator Furs fntndft still claim that
ho has &vybje Jind 37 will elect.
Qtbere? wJiSfilka to know say that
governor 0-iiie as many
otes. spiral VStf elect with tho 2S
democrajfe Senator -Baea, governor
Otero ani attorney general Clancy all
hare sonirbHwlBg, and if they can
throw their votes to a man acceptable
to the democrats it will certainly pre
vent the election of Kail
Andrews Is en Hand
Hx-dftlMiafe W. H. Andrews vi. ill be
a to $o over the situation
with all ill
KpecialrBieelJng called for Saturday
r.ht, Jjfei.. sStt p. in. Irrigation:
HALL. K. R.
GEN. ROJAS KILLED
IS FEDERAL REPORT
Report Reaches El Paso That
Sixty Rebels, Including
Rojas Are Killed
BL PASO. Jan. 22. JToOaral con
flrmation was made here today of a
rebel defeat Sunday at Ahumada, X2
tulles bolow Juarez. Jt was stated
that details of the oattle were wired
by way of Chihuahua city and Laredo,
Texas, all communication remaining
cut below Juarex. The- loeal Mexi-
can consul gave out the rejiort a
amply verified in government quar
Some 900 rebels attacked Ahumada.
defended bv 200 Woralu al it... M.1
hattaliou Just as the tight was at b
height, the remainder of the S3d. na
iler Col Castro, arrived from the stite
capital with 100 men ot the 15th belta
lon, bent south from Juarez last week.
Kl N'no" the big shin's cannon,whi;h
is carried on the military train, open
ed a wicked fire on the rebels, routing
them. On the UeW GO bodies were
counted, it Is stated. Including that of
Antonio Itojas. a rebel general, says
the consul. The federal loss is reiort
ed as slight. This is the fifth time iy
actual count that official federal re
ports ha,e killed Kojas.
AH attempts were abandoned today
!n -mmlriuK the Mexican Central rail
way below Juarez. The work train
returned, early Monday night iiavlm?
sighted rebei scoats near Lucero, to
which point the road was repaired.
.Vine bridges were cribbed. As the
Juarez garrison now does not ojeco4
300 men, k mare xoartl will be giv
en tho work trains for the present at
least, and no attempt Will he made to
repair the road without protection.
The scouts sighted near Lueero are
believed to lie of Salasar's group,
which is Braving north against Juarex,
while notes was to keep the road
closed from the south so that the fed
eral infantry ooukl not move Vi" train
to relieve Juarex, Heinforeements
can-not arrive from the south, except
by a forced march, before .the rebels
could reach Juarez, and only feder.il
iafabtrv i available. Tha tlKjira h
,aB itfhetenc Juarez on all wires remains
closed exeetii on the Central lines -i
short dtstauce down.
Ose of the tranget tbigs in this
werid is hew wiiling a girl who eaa't
swim is to embark en the sea of
matrimony withoet a Hfehoat Gal
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
H M IIS
Phoenix Insurance Company
Reorganized and a Full
New Set of Oificials
PRINA IS PRESIDENT
PHOEN4X. Jaa. 22. The new di
rectorate of the Arizona Life Insur.
ance cosHwny met xyesterdajr after
noon and effected a complete reorgaut
xatkin of that concern. C. K. Ains
worth. W. A. Gordon and Dr. H II
Stone are no longer at the head of the
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GROUND GAVES AND aA , .,',1 . i
a- r ,m
- i s v . si
PRISON GUARD JAILED
IN THEJLD PUEBLO
Had No Commission to Show
That He Had -Right
To Carry Gun
T-,.r-v. - "TT" .
uwua, jan.yZj;,--j. it. welcn, ai
smte ponuentiaryx guard, was undei
arrest for more than an hour on Tuc-
ia morning at the police station.
land he wns fetripped of his only token
oi autnenty. a sir shooter, while tht,
police investigated his claim that be
TaH a Htate officer
weicn, wno jiam mat ne was a
guard at the ponlteutiarj at Florence,
was arrested yesterday mornlns by
Officer Cnllen soon after tho guard
arrived from lied Hock by train. Hu
tAO (alrnn ts in u-. !( lnU ..!...
eompan, s affairs. Z. C. it-m or sat- he Mrimci,l
Mye flwt ".cLKT-Viiula V" Pnl and that he an
?--, v., .,,0. Mtv VIU V&V "CJ
left tholr horses at lied Hock and lodw
into Tucson on the train, welsh was
searched and he had no money. Offi
cer Myers telephoned to Warden Sim
at the poBltenthin at Florence to vor.
if the man's statement, and found
Welch hac no .commission, no
lianers or nothing else that would
identify him as an officer Another
enltenUary guard recentb found him
elf in a similar position in old Jlex
Icos. whes he was asked for his author-
expires, April 35. Au effort was made !' to ,wW an eseapetl convict vhom
'.. . .. tliivln.in niitknltib. V .t a..1 .l l.f
Ieppla. wecretary and treasurer
Cox is the only offletr who hoids
over. The officers displaced wera:
C F. Ataswerlh. president; Dr H. 11
Stone, first vice-president and medical
director, J. Fred Cleav eland, treas
uior. V A. Gordos, secretary and
general manager, C. J' Lee, assistant
secretary , M O.Utvans, actuary: LP.
Mantz. consulting actuary, llr Evan'
contract doe not -?xpire Ull Febniary
1 Colonel Will am Morgan, axen'-y
director, will hold on till his contract
William Vlacksts was killed and J
Uod was )ialnfully but not seriousl
injured In a cave in at tho Gardner
(shaft of the Copper Queen ut 12 Av
The two miners, together with a
third man. were working on the Sou
foot levil. No blasting was going on
and It is not jmown what caused the
leave In. A huge mass ot rock fell J
land Vlackis was crushed beneath it
It Is believed that ho, was killed in
stantly. Boyd, who was working, near
lilin: escaped v.ith severe bruises.
The third man in the drift escaped
uninjured. Boyd was removed to the
Copper Queen hospital.
to have him resign yesterday. He is
one of the insurance experts-employ el
under the old regime,
H. II. Howard has been chosen by
the directors to be. legal advisor of
the company. No general manager
medleal director or actuary nas bean
The new directorate consists
C. Pnca. K. B. Myers. William
Henry Leple. W. 11. Slaughter,
1jaAr- OaAPCTa (VnitV Tinfv Coal
"5ff vasTw .r. vulval v;j wvbi
J. T Blrchot. Frank Whitton, Wil-i
l'am Creightoa, Josejih Lirabaie, Dr.
K. Muneon, Conrad IJees and Sam Bar-
rett. Lepple. Myers, Cox, Balle,,!
Prina and Hess were on the .ormer
oard. C T. AInsworth, Dr. Stone,
A. Gordon, J. F.CssvelaHd, Andrew
Neilson, Henry Urlnkmeyer, T. it.
Ciantonasd John T Dmtap JaHefl of
re-election as directors.
Up to a day or two before the first
mcxttttM' nf tho Buy Wunl It wna (mrkJ
posed that the old management JjuT'
euough proxies from tlireetors who
weald not be present to' rs tain control
of the corporation. It was discovered,
however that the oppositkm had secur
ed later proxies When the meeting
was held the diseeBtprs had a safe majority.
It te understood that the officers
wH iamediately Inaugurate an era of
economy in the management of the
iVnseM Life. Two rooms of the pros-
Mexican authorities had aided him In
apprehending Welch was released
after OBlcer Myers talked with War-
oen sires, out was warned to get a
commission from the prison author
JOHNSON FURNISHES BOND
CHICAGO. HI., Jan, 22. Jack John
eon furnished today a new bond of
$5,000 wlth Matthem Baldwin, a real
ty dealer, and Mrs. Tiny Johnson,
the pugillsts'g mother as surltles. to
guarantee his anpearanc to face tho
United Staios charge of smsggling.
a diamond necklace from England.
fJohnson surrendered his bond several
Iwpeks ago when he was arrested at
Battle Creek on his -way to Canada.
4ANNUAL TUSKEQEE CONFERENCE
Take LAXATIVE 1WIOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists retusid money if
it fails to cure. K. W. GROVE'S ElE- ent auite of alfiees in the Goodrich
i&ture is one each box. 25c.i Adver I block will be retained. Salaries ha.e
' tiscweilt 550. been cut along the line.
jt . .
Big One Day Sale
flm. XJT-Zfj4 cAizjr. i
Colors, Patterns, Widths
Quality You Want At A
Price That Makes Them
Twiceas Welcome. Worth
50c, 65c & 75c, Sale Price A YARD
The rspiditv 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
FRIDAY, and Frid2V only, we give vou a free and un-
lestricted choice from our entire stock of Novelty Rib
buns at 25c per yard The otfer embraces qualities that.
regularly sen for 50c, 65c ana .-c per yard and were
considered the best values in town at full regular prices.
.WoraeJllAWlI certainly ro-w cnthusiasticover this sale, of RIBBONS. There are
dajnty Dr-esdens on white and colored grounds. Avith sjuall or large figures, some have
coloridiborders; Floral patterns in beautidlsigns and rich color combinations;
Roman-stripes of rainbow hue, and others .you can put to immediate use for milh
neryTgirdles, trimmings, bowstfindf fancy work. Widths rane'ng from 5 to 7 inches;
Norayard"that sold foHess than cOc and the major ,ty is worth t5c ana oc a
yard Friday's price 25c 335.....
Globe Postoffice is Scene of
Work of Robbers Who
Get Valuable Checks,
But No Money
THIEVES NOT CAUGHT
GLOBB. Artx.. Jan. 22 Two private
KHt office boxes at the post office
were opened by combination Saturday
pight and tholr contents stolen. The
boxes rifled were thoset of the GIU
Valley Lank and Trust company and
tnc Old Dominion Commercial com
The boxes are a! opposite onds of
the post office from each other and In
asmtich as thf ilteief opened tbem by
combtnatloB and knew exactly their
jtofcltion it proves that he has been
watching for his opportunitv for Mime
time The mail removed fron the
boxes contained checks made pa) able
to the banks
n F Moore of the Gila Valley bank
went to h's box Saturday night and
found the, bos, full of mail. He lookeo
through the, contents for personal
mall, then closedjlhe box and left.
When he returned, to the oiHep Mon
cU morning lo take the malfto the
bank, thejiox was raptA jsjuillai
exneriea'aTK occurred lo A. v. "nnm.
want-, cashlej. ofhe Ohl Dominion
Commercial ciraiait bank.
t-alked into Ryatfs Drug store and
.iked if they would cash a check foi
ln'ii As he was1 a btrancer to tHV
firm his request iwas refnsed. Mr i
ONEJJFE IS LOSI
One Other is Injured From
Slip, Cause for Which
T -VI ' "
When a woman -suffering from some form of feminine
disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of cour&e
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
surgeon's knife strikes terror td her heart, and no wonder.
It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
where an operation is the only resource, but thousands of
women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking
Lydia Ei Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is
attested by the grateful .letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
TBSJCBGEE. Ala.. Jan. 22 --A lri;e
and representative atteadaicnrkad
.the opening here today of the twonty-
stbnd annual Tuskcgeo Ngro con
fcruce. Today's program wns 'ven
J over tp Uie negro farmer lie iwcb.
T lem of agricultural credit was tho
eading subject of discussion. Tomor
row's session will he devoted to the.
consideration ot the negro schools,
tholr work and plans for their betterment.
HIGHLANDERS FIND HOME
Amer'cans Granted Use of Palo
Grounds in New York.
NEW YORK. Jan 22 Official sanc
tion was given today for the arrange
ment, pond'ng for sometime, b) which
the New York Americans will nlay
at the olo grounds, tho home of ine
National leaguers, during the comin;
season. Tho lease has expired on
the "Hill Top" grounds. Schedules
for both leagues will be made so as
net to have conflicting dates
These Two Women Prove Our Claim.
all iny own work for a family of
four. I shall always feel that lone
my jfd health to your medicine."
'Mrs. IlArwAKD Sowees, Cary, Me.
Cary. Maine." I feel It a duty 1
owe to all suffering- women to tell
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo
Compound did for me. Oneyearago
I found myself a terrible sufferer.
I had pains in both sides and such a
sorcneB 1 could scarcely stalghtcn
tip at times. My back ached, I hod
no appetite and was so nervous I
conld not sleep, then I woujd be so
tired mornings that I could scarcely
get around. It seemed almost im
possible to move or do a bit of work
and I thought 1 never would be any
better until I submitted to an opera
tion. 1 commenced taking Lydia K.
Pinkham's Vegeable Compound and
soon felt like a new woman. 1 had
no pains, &lept weU, had Rood appe-
Charlotte. N. C "I was in bad
.health for two years, with pains in
both sides and was very nervous. If
I even lifted a chair it would cause
a hemorrhage. 1 had a growth which
the doctor said was a tumor and I
never would get well unless I had
an operation. A friend advised mc
to take T,ydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, and I gladly say that
I am now enjoying fine health and
am the mother of a nice baby girL
You can use this letter to help other
suffering women. Mrs. kosa. bins,
EASTERN COPPER MARKET.
NEW YOKK. N. Y., Jan. 22 Cop
per firm; electrolytic 1G.60 to 16 75
Arrivals 20 tons: exports tu s
month 16.4SS tons.
Ixmdoh copper quiet.
"Pop, why do they call a man a
plnhead?" "Because when be at
tempts to penetrate any idea his head
won't let him go very far "
Sayings From John Burroughs.
Nature Is not benevolent: nature is
Just, gives pound 'for pound, measure
for measure makes no exception,
never tempers her decrees with mer
cy or winks st any infringement o!
her laws. And in the end Is not this
best? Cculd the universe be run as
a charity or a benevolent institution.
f? T robbelZj?a-d b0-kpoved pattern: Without this morel
wn yewerxlay morniag'a manff,,, .. .,,. fMrtM ,,w.
where would we have brought up long
ago? It Is a hard gospel; but rocks
are hard, too, yet they form tho foun
dations of the hills. Man introduces
benevolence, mercy, altruism. Into
tho worjd. and ho pays tho price in
his added burdens; and he reaps his
Moore, of thp Gila Valley bank hap
lned to walk- intoJlyan s at thai
tme, heard theaffJiaegt"nnd saw thfc
!ieck He askeuffie man whnro Iip!
I.ad secqgiad -the chy!t. -The man told i reward In the vast fecial and civic
buloneed ma trav
leu iiioDo sun-
WifflBE RIBBON DAY
Use. 50c, 65c, 75c
QM&' daA.,JT,ARD k
&v-; w israt.
Li&'f 'rpis -TNiiE
t J 1 H-HSl i '! I I illPSil I HBS1II - MHSMMMM4WSMMaSWMHBnSHNMMHWIMI
TU7Q Q A J W Is Positively For One Day Onlu. Not A Yard Of These
I JLk't-' -' -'-' RjhLnn
Ribbons Will Be Sold Before Friday, Be On Hand Early
STZ?!! ' m
lim thaT theli:
.Uv-nd that ho had wired the sales
wan at "various IKJnlH on the road to
.-ittoertaln His wKfflaliouts in ordei
that be might send him the check and
deired to cosh it so that he could
get out Of it the J1Jh ho had pent in
telegraphing the owner. He stated
that the check had come to him b;
mistake. It was for MS 00. Although
Vrt M,oore was suspicious he could not
order the wan arrested as he did not
know whether the check was a por
tion of the stolen mail or not This
man baa beeen loHenng a'ouud tho
InternaUonal saioon for several days.
Officials o; the Gila Valley bank
Mate that they clear for manryhanks j
in Vrizoaaand that donoties-.i large
number xj the hcecks tost wore on
hanks tfbther Arizona oitlenl AH ot,
tho Old JJomlnlon checks, howo.er
were on either Globe or" Miami bankftl
an their correspondents do not 'clear
t'lroush uiem for other Arizona points.
The sheriffs oince is working on
he case, and has feveral cluee as to
the man's idenUtj
organizations that were impossible
without these things. Century.
tite and was fat and could do almost 1 1G Wyona St., Charlotte, ft. CL
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a wo
man submit to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that
it has saved many othtrs why should it fail in your case?
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable
Compound has been the standard rented yfor fe
male ills. 'o one siek with woman's ailments
does justice to herself if she does not try this fa
mous medicine made from roots and herbs. It
has restored somnnysufferinjrwoiiicntohealth.
I nigM IT Hi I IA'DIA E.riNKH.Or MEMCrXK CO.
JPF (COSFIDEiTIAIi) IA'X.N, MASS., for advice.
Your letter will be opened, read and answered
by a woman and held In stxicaconlidcnco.
WOULD BE CITIZEN
FItESCOTT, Jan 22 Notw Ithstand
ing there are iron clad rules to be ob
served in admitting cert;'n classes of
aliens to citizenship, the restrictions
Imposed do not seem to distress Ches
ter -Otoy, a Japanese resident of many
years, who pers'sts in getting Into the
country with all the rights of a
nativo (fcorn, filing aga'n m he did
yesterday his declaration to be ad
mitted. Otoy In the past has made many
efforts to become a citizen, and as
often has ho failed Advices from
Washington during the week are to
taJte his declaration of Intention, but
there is no aseurance forthcoming
that favorable official action will fol
low. Otoy in running a billiard hall
on Goodwld, street, and his applica
tion Is the first to le recorded from
the tanks of the Japanese in this
Ham explained his complexion. "
was .the, fjrst man asked to take down
a stove pipe," ho eaid Haroer's Ba
SUFFRAGET IS QUIETED.
Demonstration in House of Commons
it Quickly Suppressed.
LONDON, England, Jan; 22.
small sample of ho hitler fcollni;
which will bo loosjjnod when tho
houso of commons begins Friday to
debate tho amendments on the reform
bill was given this afternoon. Shouts
of "tra'tor" were hurled across the
floor of tho house because the prem
ier refused to allow the suffragette
amendments bill to be debated with
outanditime restrictions. Thq-speak--
publicly reprimanded tno moniker
who started the storm. f
MAXv CAREY A BRIDEGROOM
STLOWS. Mo.. Jan. 22. Marfmil-
i,-ll Carnarlus, known In the baseball
vorw afIax Carey, tho star out
ittliier Of the Pittsburgh team-jva3
marred todav to Miss AnerlEa lieli
rensi'o'f this city The couple .wet
while Carey has been attending a
theological seminary here. Withjn w
fw months the noted ball plnvpr la
to be ordained a Lutheran mlulstor.
which faql, together vvjth his "mar
Kftge, is taken by h:s friends to ntmn
tliat tho ccming beasun.wlll probably
! his fast on the diamond.
Have you tried it?
The New Breakfast
RIVALS AFTER RAILROAD
SPlU'GPIELTi.J) Jan. 22.Tha
receivers sap of the Detroit, Tolede
end Ironton RaHroad, which was to
fcave taken place here tcay, ha, been
vstponed to February by order or
Lp Federal cort With he postipone
inent has -come a revivalof the rem
ttrr that both-' Uie Pennsylvania and
(Tie Norfolk and 'Western roads will
hit" for ,the property when It corner
wwier the hammer. '
The Detroit Toledo "and Ironton
rcadipxtenda rom, JMrcjt.ta Jron aijtl
iSr.iXn vnfttnKtc. llormi!al frl-hti, nn'
lt)f ike "great lak'ts andthOblo riv.
cr 'The gf rat coaSfleMs In ihc vicin
ity &Jr.tkton$rQv areamq5g- the
most ImportanC traffic aMeis.
A n Rmfttfr aneenilftiA "fifirhiw!- 1-
tltades his desire for tobacco iecrcaa-
A new ho? porridge, made of Wheat-, Gorn and R?ce':'to,br servcU with--cream
and sugar. Puts into everyone energy and vim for a crisp January morn
ing. A Hot Dish easy i o"prepafe c(onomicar1fndtrT,r(Iiircrent"itate"
that callsTfor more.
Sold by, grocers evcr'vhere ,
Order'today for .
im Cerent CoItd Ewe Foad PMttiries,
Bywwy mail ni-jy wfm4iptotimfj
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