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THE BISBEE DAILY REV JEW. BISBEB. ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANLfAltT 25, 1913.
IS IB EL PASO
Federal General Was in the
Hands of Rebel, But Was
Released as a Parol
TELLS OF CAPTURE
WILL QUIT WAR
Kb .RASO, Jan. 35. Gen. Jose dfe
la, Lue Bianco was net executed by
t'jo rebate; neither is he at the heart
dt his army owfer In Sonora kHIipi,
rSbete. He t in Kl rBot, -!la Iffil
been n rebel iff Potior, mit-.fo
itr'.fe Q fi
iGon. Blanco arrived In El Paso
from Guadalupe "Wednesday evening.
Spent the night in a North Oregon
t treat rooming house and had a jiom
pfulour haircut, a beard trlriiand a
bath at a barber shop on San Fran
cisco street Thursday tsorninK. -.
Officially he Is dead, for - irast not?
Minister Hernandez confirmed ftla
capture, and death at th . hands ot
tile rebel-bandlU'? Unofficially -Gen
Jo. etc, is very much alive in his
leather automobile cap, khaki uni
form and putteee.
In El Paso Last Night
The federal general was brought,
to QuadfllmK 48 mik below Juarez,
Wednesday by Geti. Salar, wHoi
mow ewampot) In the Mexican town
with 404 rebel troops. Blanco Hays.
At 5 o'clock Gen. Bianco, with his
Hide, crossed at the ford and last
ttight he came to Ki Paso, boarding
(lie train at Torolllo. He was in coc
I'ereaee with the Mexican consul for
more than an hour Thursday raora
ljg. Neither the general aor the
consul will divulge what took place
.tiipre, but it is reported that one of
the conditions of his release was that
Gen. Blanco was to bring , peace
jiroioeal .from Salaair to thV"oosettl
for transmission to Mexico City, the
attark oa-Juarei to be the alternative
to .acceptance of the tenns. it is said.
Gen. Blanco admitted ' tbat Saiazar
)ad cams to Guadalupe on important
nfiaiUned o say juwun
"F u uafialB
'' Knows Nothing of Orozco.
Gen. Bleaco sold that he 'had seen
nor heard nothing of Pascual Orosco
Fince he bad been, made a prisoners
of the- rebels under Srflasar on Jaaj
that Salasar had ay invention ' OJ'.of ye projects is the bulWfflKe a
fekfnj; Juarez a tfid"tUnebu wbuWl jnasamoth ftcvernPit dry hoic In
withdraw to the country between, thrCoiiiwccalce. The other is the
'ilA'riflli M'ttuttHTBl liraAoiatr nt t
Mexican Central Sbq.Kotth wBterni
nine, whem the reiajnder of his 1WH
ebels are now encamped. ',TSifre"pi
aal. rfin UlEncosali;. aa SfttSiSr-i
inforcftlK a affiw dlseTpllne amdnT
the rebalt jHjjlBPWE -and executing
those wjjgjttwaBfla rob.
Rojittangi Gomez Alive.
'. Ke'thMo5itoMB or Jtoqiw
Gomez hHV?"hee!r,Hll!ed. he said, as
he talked with bh at Guadalupe
Wednesday afte-no8 when "he thank
ed them for his kindly treatment anJ
told them goodbye. Maximo Cas
tillo, Madcro's fbpdyguard during tb-i
Sfadertatd r)frjnMon. Is also .with Sal
ascar and was especially kind to him,
he says. ,
. tJBlancblon Parole-
IMAnrow&f 'released on condition
that be come to the American side
and tako no farjber partln the pres
ont revelution. AKh, gaveiSlasr hi.1?
-word that he would do thfe and said
Thnrsday morning that he intended
.to keep it -al would remain la El
J'aBo for the presenL
Special meeting called for Saturday
JdUrht, .The. 35tk S:M J- is. InUJalteiMf
---Adverttesmeat, ' Ju5 ,
v. , 3,' M, BALL, E. U. I
B. M. CO. Scc'y. .
UK) Bflk f WslFt,
fr-J'ax iqf BOOD WHISKEYl
To arrive at, the fir :n any department of
Cotnmercial Snort one mut produce, offer aod do bet
ter thanifeto been produced, offred or don VetQfc
Fiftv Jf2tj5ajg),we detepnirHfd tint Sunny Brook
njt be tfie finest hikey Wtiilerf an'aM rn Old
Kentucky and we have neve- deviac-l ftvn thU
nolicv.. -Tadav tire are known as tke lirvrt ti'iVfrrs
. Sunny Brook reached the
t.. .MrVtnrflf1 T 3L It - ' . rT
b3l itowqrrfteKVM' Sanor Erook-Tfc Pr
L . -.J JJjJLJJiBriLMIaMILMJg.
. STE1NFELD & CO.
General Distributor TUCSON. ARIZ.
SIIS IB EDO
(Continued from Page t)
resignation and appointed young "Curie
leaders as bis ministers."
KILLING TERMED ACCI
Official Statement From Constantino
ple Seeks to Minimize Importance
CONSTANTA.VOPLK. Turkey, Jan
24. Nazitn Pasha, commander of the
Turkish army, received hie death
J wound while expostulating with a
browd of demonstrators for having be
come embroiled in a grand conflict
at the grind vlsierate. This If the
official version of the affray, which is
termed as a regretable Incident that
was issued tonight.
Whan the ederaoaatratflra, Jt says.
headed by Saver HeJvoriH of the lead'
f r o fho young SltrMfc. penetrated
the grand vizierate in an attempt to
enter the council chamber they were
stopped by Fafii Bey, aide de camp
to the grand vizier, who, drawing his
ivelvr. flredi on tbera. -fThe a,ae M
camp to fnilra Pasha alo fired Into
the crowd, hte bullet striking one of
the domdaslratons thereupon roulkfrd
and Naslm's aide was instantly kii'ei
XaEim Pasha; who was In the eoun?l
chamber, beard the shots and rushed
out side. Failing to check the demon
strators, he upbraided tkein, callia
them 111 mannered coriw.' While
speaking a bullet ct short h'a re
marks and he fell dead. A secret o
ilce aeiat and an attendant to Sheik
t'l JBlm. head of the Mohnmmedaa
clergy, were also kHled. Lidteg tin
fontsts in Consfaatlneple declare the
shooting o .aim was unpreeedttat-
the circrtwstances was unavoidable.
They pay the unionists bore no ill will
toward Nasim, whose open, sowiorty
character made Mm respected even by
bis political opponents.
The fact that a aotoriows 'enemy
coram'Ued against uplon progrees,
like Hi-ehad Pasha, late mielster of
the interior, was allowed to go seatfe
less, it is argued, proves the deo
strators deekad to avoid bloedtiMi.
AH the old Ministers were set at lib
erty today ad permitted Jo return
to the'r homes.
PUBLIC WORKS IN MEXICO.
, OATCCAW)S,.M8teo, .J&b. J.
Aetuai worK was conmencett lowty
on two imporiant protects tiavlBg to
do with the development of the plains
of the Mexican government for the
development of the country's com
dredgiHg of the bar at the mouth of
-Jfee Harbor at Salinas Cruz, which
worn wnen compteteu win iierrait tne
Margt vessels to .enter the Paplfiic
a4 of Teh4Btpe,J
CHICAGO ATHLETIC MEET
CHICAGO. 111. Jan. 4 An army
of star athletes representing colleges
and associations throughout the mid
dle trooped into Chicago today to take,
pan In the nineteenth annual Indoor
meet of the First Regiment Athleti?
association. The meet will ox teed
over two days, beginning with the
preliminaries tonight and concluding
with the finals tomorrow. The pro
gram provides for thirteen open field
and struck events these schobtatte
numbeis and a series of relay races
for local teams.
CELEBRATES 1C0TH BIRTHDAY
CHARLOTTE, N. C Jan. X. C Jan
24. Mr. Harry Garrison, one of the
most wldeiy known residents of this
section of the state, celebrated hte one
hundredth birthday anniversary to-
day at bis hose at Mallard Cree.
The entire . membership of Mecklen-
burs Camp of- Confederate veteran
of this city made a plUriHiHge to the'
liome of the centenarian U help in
top because it
If 11 W4I
tclMW WW OT flEfttl 1
Ffr1 ! f'r
HitV.TJUJI'J - IXdUJ! f m - H tJLaaMMWiL M
Corriders of State House in
Phoenjx Will be Utilized
to Accommodate ' the
SOLONS ARE COMING
PHOIINJX. Jan. 23. The sound ot
the hammer and saw reverberates
through tha sacred precincts of the
Arlsoim State botHo this week, bfe
cause forsootli there are divers and
iudry changes to be niadb thereltL
ia oler that the oncoming gathering
"r ") whmi oi ue uueritreu
with by the battalion of state oflloera
who rauet according to statute have
tlKir oflice In the capltoL The ar
rangement of tho officer in their of
fices must be' made by the bnartj ol
control, and the board is with one
excepUou made up of officials, more
or less directly Interested, it follow
that the responsibility falls upon th'tl
neau ot the citizen member of the
The OHoatia now is to make office
for someOozen or so oaeers in ftve
rooms viidated by the United State
Survey General ami week. The force
to occupy these vacant offices are no
sttWll affairs. There are two corarala
sioas and eeral boards to be con
sidered, m4 thev need eonhlderaUon.
In this k is not believed reference
is made to Charles IL Osborn, ot
whom H . Is rumored that he lms a
plat of the offices amt so many plus
bebadged with the oiHcers jvhlch he
plays checkers with very evening
trying to get them straightened out
with the least possible trouble.
VddiUonal offlces are being made
at eaeh end of the. corridor on thpj
Krounu iioor; xne wm eommiselofl.
ami tax commlsetof hare to be lac
eomraodted as well as additkwal
space otforded t the eeiVoratkm com
mi?slon. The moving will begin before
the end of the preeent week bcae
there are only two weeks from today
before the legislators gather in the
. . TiwiandUjor, the .board of ecntro.
ani. tj bgard 0;f, equalUaUon wid
move dOA-juttairs from the HtftlA floor
leaving room on the main floor fer
some of the officers from tho third
floor. The following offices have been
maintained on the third floor since
the lwrfelature adjourned, which it ft
tfctdersteod wil have to be moved for
the cpjning session.
"The. tend commission, the state e.
giuer, tie state inspector.' of mine.
the state Inspector of weights andJ
measures, tin adjutant -general, tke
3uprlnttidit of ptrtiKchealtb, tho
wiJKsnnJT OL public v inetructlfii,
the ' tax eapmattMett, and tiie sliefc
Sanitary beard. T&e live stock sani
tary board is also on this floor but
occupies the old railway commission
. One of the innovations for the
coining session wll! be a cigar stand
operated at the state house by Ed
Shaw, demoe--at and recent delegate
to the Ilaltimore convention.
STRIKE OP WAITERS
CAUSE f OlSURBEe
Riotous Scenes Occur in
New York Restaurants
and on the Streets
NEW YORK, X. y., Jan. 24. A
series of demottstratlous and dstnrb
ancee occurred tonight in the hotel
and reetetrBt districts whes thoAi
sMd6 erf nriktag waiters and sym
patWaem overran seme of the prin
rtoal streets and entcaged hi serhms
Th rioting came alter the crippling
f the (fining room Oervlce of a num
ber of big hotels. Kelfing to tie up
flUMr kosteties and reataurants the
rftoc elements jostled natrons.
tmed in false alanos of fire, at
tacked waiters and threw bricks
throegs rwln4owE ; When the theaUr
"Mttuiaiw uegante Hr forth the dis-
twtate Tewm still overflowing, th&
sidewalk. Meawml tromen in eveh
ig clesthes were forced into th
streets as gangs ot idljrs-swept down
The strlkfs-cf hotel eMHHoyes spread
today and nearly a naarter of thetiier. Bes, ,,
mure iingmnaat esiaonsiiiBeBis
affected. ' iSom of tile smaller
tau rants were forced to dese and
several hotel BroBrtetors Bald that if.iiM. nnMinai ra.A t nnii,a
frthe. trouble ctwUnHe UiejfoJght harei.,, atel te imBroremer.t of the huma
10 owOTume tueir tunins room ser-ice aB weu as animal and plant
!Ce- l Mfe. The animal breeders are endeav,
it is Minuted that nearl 3.0, aring to breed a better class of horses,
waiters. sb d StStcheft ) Oielpen. ; govrg tltat will yield more milk ana
itrt out. TM hotel waiters' unioni bntter: meat animal that-will viela
made a. declaration of war this after-,
noon in a swscmeat
wot reciting' tho
rfedarfng thaL an -
wr'sers ueMawas, oetwanng tnar. on-!
tes-s tney are sbusnib, zvmvu
rlaVK t aifif u-nrl? tlhilalB thr t
!y . ' . I
i ne s'rwers ast: ior neuer saniiary
eondithjM. better food tor personal J
as, abollttoc af Ansa ami no dlscrirr.
MAY SUPPLANT NEGROES
fALLlNGSTOX. La.. Jan. 21. i
flnns to Import farm laborers to talte
ihc? m raunm jnfixoei, ithi rei
ifcuHed t a farmers' conference
ire temerVew. Karmers fjroasiall'fivei
ihe5 parish are arriVfins' far the meet-i
in;. Oving to the tmusHally high:
se iM last year few n-9rinx?s cat,
i-e IndtH-fnl to work at the oW rates
of pay, tat demand pay at theisame
rM- as is fald ifl tttoa-pkkir .time.
Many pianti taror the towtortauea
Our Navajo Scrip
Wo now have our Navajo Hase scrip
Mid are ready to acquire tltlo to jout
lands. . -We --will make a selection la
the V. S. Land Office February 10.
tyi3. Send lu your orders now. so ivc
can check thorn in Land Office. The
'price, will bo J3.00
igets our laifd
rT .P- J
1 21D 1'hoeiili
I . -,'t
Mrs, Dr.. Randal! Alleges
Mistreatment a Beri
' no, 'New Mexico
DOVGIJAS.Jsn, St. Jlis. Dr. K. W.
Ilandill filed, suit today against the
Pullman Car company for $3,000 dam
age, which she alleges she sustained
ty a porter putting her off a Pullin
car at Herlno, N. If., reeMitly, when
her Hcket called for .MeeUla Park,
where she was going on a visit lo rai
tlves. The train arrival at liertio at
about 2:M o'cloek in the morning
and the car porter, called et Iwr
stat on, Mesilla PjtJ:, and toel; ot
her baggage. Whett she arrived e
the small station ouildlng after the
train had" gone on, she noticed the
mistake "and was 'forced to sit up
in thje coldtit'oilall night and con
tracted cold which confined her to
bed for some time and nearly re
sulted So pneumonia. It is alleged.
Iterlno 1 a flag station with o
hotel accommodations, the only build
ings there being a store and open Na
tion. Douglas Lawyers File Case
Richardson and t Pattee represent
Mrs. Randall and the suit Is filed in
the superior court
Suit was also filed today by the
Dicus Plumbing company against the
B'sbee Extension 3Itohig company, o
recover judgmeaOW&r J4060, which
was granted them, about a year ago,
for the construction of several large
an. RICKEIIS HERE
Ell ROUIE ID GLOBE
Says the Cananea Company
Is Continufng Copper
Production ? as Usual
Dr. d. flickers arrived yester
day from Cananea, riding into his
new Cadillac mncWna. He went to
IJouglas it, the afternoon and today
will drive his car to Bowie where he
will take the train to Globe.
Dr. Rlcketts says that the Four f"
company t going ahead with Its
usual, production of ooppor without. I
iucident worthy of mention.
The company Is now Installing two
casting machines of an original pat-!
tern, but aside from this there la no
Construction work bow under way. )
Ij. A. Hagy, private secretary, ac
companied Dr. nicketts to Uisbee and
will go on with hfcn to Globe. '
COLLMBIA. S. & Jan. 24. The an
mw! convention of the Americai-.
ItreederS assodaUon, wbich, began its
asion at he University of South
Carolina today, hafl attracted, a larg
number of delegates from ail sections
of the country. The association meela
in crjnjMCtlon with the International
Corn RxtKMittlon. whirh will hi nnnr1
t'K fthlAMf rtf I-lv A VMlM Ml Tf41.4
-rs' association, wlrose membershln
emriracM tiptIi- im ItinHsanrt rtoTi
,teflVS tmd chops more tender and
, better ftevored; Whllethe plant breed -
eM are working for wheat that will
em-ttvloM ,!; flnnr onrf mm nf It!
era are working
..... .., .. .:. I
Hants tht w1tl resist Might and the
attacks of rust and smut; cereals that
sn flourish In snit nf drought:
frtnte that will grow far north and
flowers that 4?Hi bloom all summer.
WILSON GOE5 SHOPPING.
NEW YORK, K. T, Jon. 21. To ob-i
tln rest and diversion from thof
strain of omoal-1Mj!eR'"-TO,siln l,lij!
New York for the irWk end. KHdjvvill
ko tomorrow witH aire. -- wtison
his piane-ror" 5;
e oorresponaentB so-
Tboash he gare
week end to the
as ho, will be acoesslble to them, he ;
Sffted that information as to his
vberqabonts bo withheld from the '
pubse o at he would be fres from ;
IfeOiMcttt bardHS for a time. i
per aero, and fully
tho other fellow-
- . 't '
-, i-t '" V '
National Ita.uk JJlttg. ..'
(Thbqnlx. Arizona. '
TUCSON M IttS
7? rr?AlKTfhTj6f Hf
NEW m OFFICERS
Prominent Business Man in
Graham County Is Head
of Arizona National
TUCSON, Jan. 24. The electfcm of
Cbartos F. Solomon of Safford to tht
prestdeney of tho Arteona .National
bank and the election of 'Ph. Freoden
thai of Sototaonvilte to the vice pre
idency, was. annottneed yesterday
poth the new officers " ietong to .be
new Interests which recenUy aequirei
control of this institution.
- It was also announced that the capl
taHzation-of the' bpnk would be in
creased $imW. -This has already
been determined on ana tae plan only
awaits the -sanction of the comptroller
of the currency.
The trm of these new officials is
for the interim before the reorgani
zation meeting tit the directorate,
which will be held soon, but it Is as
sumed that their election will be f
finned at that tiniX The new dlroc
toiate Is composed as follows: Charles
F. Solomon, SafforJ; Ph. Freudenthal.
d!onionai!e; Fred Fletsctiman. Tuc
Wn; I. E, Solomon,. Solamonrllle : E-,
V. Clayton, Safford; George Pusc'i,
Tucson; John H. Campbell, Tucson
and Mose Drachman, Tucson. Th.s
will be the managng board of the e
IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCER orTUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE ii Poisons Bone crDeep Glands
Ha Pay Ufili! Cared
No X Kay or other
ivindle. An bland
pl&Bt makes tlie cizre
tar TUMOR. .LUMP or1
sore oa tu up, ace
or body long 11 Casta
ttXntrPalat until bet
taje. t21HA5E BOSK
K3S tree;trtim oomIs of
laoaaaafk -d as firaa
ntilii t Mill!;
ANY LUMP IK WOMAN'S BREAST
It CANCER, and HoeElertad it always poison j
deep glands In tha snap t, and k-i.s quickly.
Address DR. & MRS. DR. CHAMLEY "" "r !
"StrHVIbCable," Tcx( xtt ra'.'P- ""irS. i
A COMFORTABLE HOME
should be the aim of every young
man. Real estate is today, and al
ways will be. the safest and best
paying investment. We have plen
good crry properties
with booses erected thereon, that
can be bought', right- If you have
money that Is not earning its prop-lrj-fnUrest,
yo will do Treli t.
look. Into there offerings.
I WILL Oil SiOOO
itf 5Sl ifciiu.
HPlfHlaaBBilaBfCGE L "" "-' "
Jl' Mw3-JBBHBK ... l
B l A Usid' h fc ra Da 3 aI3S1; i
i ?ri , ..I it -- l :rr". ; riv&
I- - d ,.B.rn ia.i.M q3 xfmjir A.'
I should be the aim of every young gj fSBSfiaBgggC ifeSi&i
i man. Real estate is today, and a!- S5i'W-.. -gTJyiSr"'- 8.
! f-f A I "s J ' f7 D
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ItUP DCAT fCTATC? II 1M
ris-' ""-"L 1UO I f 1 E. IVirtlN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
P. O. Cox l:
printer and" StnUoner
'-Mnheini Building BISUEE AKIZ.
,1 ' ,
HHIGHESTEB S PILLS
rf,. tr.r. blauki hbanp. a
-tU-ke.Ui tHMN J
nuitn ie4 a ij i
l-fflt. Art Cin--tfJ?EK9
. w I a
Ofiice Main St,
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber Ck. Co Bos ton and Calurntt
Logan &. Bryan, Chicago and Nw
SPECIAL ATTENTION - GIVEN COPPER STOCK
dOPPEH QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phono 10. Main Strca
Lumhetr Lime, Cement,
Paint of A 11 Kinds, . Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are nutting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTER-SON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
THE ANTLERS CAFE ;
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221"'
; M hSVa triS2S 'SSS!S7e
P al,ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Kubiiarci, ProDrJetors
4 AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
The Arizona Sanitarium
Si-otiailv equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Prices
Lev, ei! 7
I llCATl I O. K. LIVERY and
iMMEflELADDER' Undertaking Co.
iVvfvsWp RslISTidla S I Robert iiemnkssv, rrop.
j 5 Wjlll Ejfc V 24- Hours ! I,von 1G 0t- eiwl Ambuunte
, $ Eeuare t ftoanltriatt If '
TAAIjfrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVAiAA,r 1 wwa aam-muow wiiiiiibi i Biiime
I - - : I TIIE SII ATTUCK S
i Little Good Coal
Makes &. big hot fire when a
a -Jqtv dl poor coal tef.da out m
heat 'at till. It Is ccocomlcal to
boy our coal because It is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton. than
loorer .grades. We deliver to
any part ot the city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
wood. Any length.
& Feed" Company
Opp. Palace Stables
Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p
HENRY POPPEN, Manage
"riii ils i TiTltTfiiTirTTr"L "J- ",m-ir'iT:Tl TtiVTITfilr'
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO,
' C'" a. m. Lr Clifton ar. 3r6S p. m-
7 :i a. in; 1.x Guthrie I.v 3:12 p. m.
' S IS a. m. L.v Dunean Jv 2:8 p m.
i I a m Lv LordsuwrK Lv 1:2S p. m.
10 45 z m. Ar llacbHa I.v ll:30p. m.
South bound train 'connects with
Southern Pacific west &od train
Vo. 1, leaving Lordsburg 16; 57 a. m.,
South bound train eonnecis wHh Kl
; Pas & Southwestern east ltouad
I train for Ki "Paso, leaving -I.farhMa at
111.69 a. m,, Moantata Time, and
with west bound train Mr DotagfcM
ar nc35iraiHaiH Time. . - - - -
It. K. JflN'SOK.
Cliftoii, Ar. General Pasjwger Ag t
j 'AGENTS 4 i
AN'ffttTSER -SSS I
BUSCH BEKtt ZyiMKaa i
PHOKR 2-12 JrC.
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