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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2S, 1913.
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eb&UflSfonJ-of the roaa snUl
l-xpsaS&pt V . , ijsii
Mattjrfal i. - - ' ; 2j63fj5.
Laborer. 4.,a 4 3S277Si,"
Mlscellaivtfw Bspebses . U1S.9
Supervisors 'Make Big Saving
It will be of interest to know at
this Urn. thaUreii.H to the. business
like admlBlstrrfOoli or the present
Hoard -o Slervtyrs. in conducting
the affairs' tin3 tlfmnces ot the coun
ty .tho running expenses were $5
ri7jS lea than JpiUUO, When a com
Ir)son Is made of tho annual statc
ufit of oxpondltitres for-both ears.
Regardlfek of T3it fact that it tool
considerable more money to run the
eo July government last year, owing
to anany changes made necessary
when stat&hood was attained: it- is
indeed a cradtt to the present board
in leceealnf expenditure and had it
not Ixom for the fact that Arizona, at
talaed statehood" in the jiaaf ear. it
is frtttmated that a. saving of aboui
Si'.SW would lwrte been nwdo by the
boaVd, while It a expected that dur-iiig-.the
presant year many thousands
of dollars wUl-bpsaTed in tbaway of
txpfca)tUres;.fJwfBC to the business
like manner in Whlqh the affairs of
the oouHty are "now being conducted.
Kxpendituree by Board of
rat. osp. f&r sehoels 171.fct2.tt
School Uwm3 pd. '. l-.2G0.tW
School Bod m. pd. ...... H.S35.9
State Taee pd. ... . lKMS'V
Taxes reftmdefel ... MAt
JlisceL Dibbursmtji. . ... (7,427.11
Total ep, tor 112 71M7.t
Bonded Indebtedness School Districts
Pougiaa . . .,. .'. fH6,.90
3'ieUeo .......s as.tM.eo
Marcus . .
Ol t M
Aviiieox i.. ....... tjmm
aco j. MOO.fto
iwsbiiow ,-.. ..:?, 6o.rfe
IWftftuomftri . 5S50.
I'alomiMB ....... J. lW&3
Mounwte tw -JP.00
Value of County Property
Branch TaTBitbT " T-'weW
i!,...i. Toil i.ii i in&nAl
l'rm.)i 111 Man ZMARfl
llranch Jail, Benson
T!ranch Jfett SMMff'- ?-'
iSrancfc JMT EVnTlHUli
Tirana fail Howie 300.90
Itranslt Jail Pearce .... 1M.M
lp-ni Tall Qlescr. . . 2.600.00
iiranoh Jail ItfteTil -. 3,900 00
Pranah Jail Ctfurttaml x00vi
Poor Farm . 4JW0.0J
Jab g PsPJgSDjiiESrwirf
Big Sole In The Basement of Children's and
Girls' Garments At Almost HALF-PRICE
While our regular stock was large enough for all practical purposes, quite sufficient
to' see us to the end of the season, but we could not resist the chance when it was
offered to buy these pretty dainty Washable frocks at about TWO-THIRDS their
The. Qresses represent the wind-up of the season's business of a great manu
facturer. The garments were fashioned from the ends or Short lengths df mater
ials left from immense rolls. We secured them at a remarknble price, and pass
them along to you as remarkable values There are twenty styles in the assort
ment. Quantity involved 1$ three hundred. There are plenty of all sizes rang
ing from 2 to 14 years.
TWO BIG LOTS-AT TWO PRICES
Lot No. 1
2 to 6 Years
Worth to $1,50 V.
The immense variety of dainty stvles is the first impression you will get as vou ap
proach the large tables piled high with dresses. And as you examine the frocks,
note the fine materials, the careful making, the generous proportions, the dainty
stvles and pretty trimmings, you will wonder how wc can sell such dresses for so
much Jess than thev can ne
It is. being at the right plae at the right time, with spot
large quantity. rs
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WILSON MAXES STUDY
' OF NEWEST COIOS
President-elect Looks at the
Methods Employed at
NEW YOHK. N. V , Jan STJlin
dredg of aliens, many ffehem etUt
clad iu the garb of distant Umls, stooi
before the immigration offtclals at'
Ills Island,-today -seeking admission
to the country, while Woodron Wil
son, president elect, observed Vrlib.
scrutinizing eye the manner of their
Scenes of pathos and joy were min
gled as many of the physically detl
clent were turned away, or the mere
fortunate pissed suceerally through
the lines of Inspection into the em
braces of waiting friends
Wliilc observing this, last process
of law. whereby officials satisfy theiu
sehes the friends that are seeking
the immigrants have a bona fide er
rand, the party vtitneesed one of thoe
xlramatic incidents so familiar to Kllw
Island Atiroung girl -from Poland,
sfjih a white strawl wrapped about her
iiead. v, as weeping when the president
elect came In. Commtsi8io,Uer WH
Hams explained that the woman had
spied relatives on tbp outside of the
latticed fence of steel behind wnleii
Uie immigrants are kept until duly
oassed. and was wceiinK with the joy
at siKht. The Elrl stood In Mne watt-1
lag her turn, but, at the direction of
th commissioner, her case was takea
i&tJsTaetonly the neesary ijnstloos
and the liresident elect saw her dasa
forward into the arniB of her sister,
k'sw?8 mingling with tears.
W itou was an Interest spectator
throughout. He aaked questions cou
tlnuall), and observed la detail the
Methods employed to 4iceer the de
sirable and URtleslraMe new romerx.
When he left Bills island be was ask
ed what he thought of the station.
"X merely came for laformatloB,.aot
for thought," be answered witb a
Tbe 'governor and his family ia'tnr
west sbopmg and took a motor drive
through Central Park. They will
spefed tonight and tomorrow with Mrs.
Caroline It. Alexander, of Hoboken.
"Shaa i miwh like marriage." "In
trhaf1 -m-tr- Mtlnth Ann lnf.U
--. t sometimes I winder If either
and SuppHe ...... ,.:.
Echeoi District: tiropertj-,
lietuBtioa Hospital .Doug
las) onp-baH iotemt l&O.OU
Total value of all property 50-4W 60
matched in anv other Bisbe?
g3i sj a rgf iffrSt jgttfc ?
( --K yr-,
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ORDER GASH BASIS
All .Property Must Be Hnter-
red on Assessment Roll
at Its Cash Value
flly Oicar JC Goll)
TOMUSTONB, Arte., Jan. 27.
Sonjo very- remarkable changes arj
schedtfled Jo take place within the
next montii, when Countr Assessor
R. A Jlugbes nnd his force of depu
ties take the f.eld on their Annual as
sessing tour of Cochise county.
Heretofore it has been customary
for tho assessor to levy hlsnseess
ment on vnrkws property at onlyfflfty
per cent of Its face value, buCaccdrd
lug to an order of the statetai5' com
mktelon, this will now be aching oi
the past, ami ail reol andpeKtonal
property must aow be pUced upon
the nssescment rolls at Its full cash
The following communication was
received today by Assessor E. A.
Hughes from the state tax oomrais
tflon, and is sal: explanatory, and it
l-ehoore all taipiij-erB to 'take e
peclal notice of It, In. order to avoid
their tax offlda-rita for the year J91:
Jn-luary 21. lyij
K. A. Huge. Assessor. ' ff
The tax commisIon ha3
decidnl that no longer n$st Uie plain
requlroraeAt or the law be dteregardet
In the matter of placing all property
on the roll at Its full cash value. You
are therefore insltucted to list all
liroperty of whatsoever kind or pa
tnre, real or personal, tangible or In
tangible, at Its PVU. CASH VAL.UK
during tbe assessing period of 1913.
Heretofore no adequate method has
been used, generally, to get the true
vahte of stocks of merchandise. Tft
correct this error yoa are Instructed
to obtain without fall, an aiblbition
ior sour perusal ot the sworn Inven
tory of all stocks of merchandisr. Nt
discount shall be allowed otr the full
amount of the Inventory but the full
amount shall be listed as. the ful cash
value of the, stock of merchandise.
in those Instances whero the mer
chant has made no inventory and will
net furnish one, then you are to place
mm valuation on the stock, thai there
can be no possible doubt lit that your
raluatioc is equal to the full cash
C. M. ZBNDER, Chairman.
CHAS. IS. HOWJS, Member.
P. J. MILLBR, Member j
(Seat of Commission)
JKSSE U BOYCK.
Where ' Massachusetts Leads.
More than iO per csnt. of all vo
bklee in Massachueetta are motor
propelled, a greater proportion than
In aay other state.
Lot No. 2
6 to 14 Years
Worth to $2.50
store It isn t wizardly.
.cash and an outleti for
a , . sf
Boston Egyptologist Report
ed to nave solved the
Riddle of Ages
t BOSTON, Jan. 27. That he has
discovered the secrets of sphinx wa
made known to the authorities or
Harvard SemiUc museum and 'he
Boston Museum of Kino Arts by
Professor O. A. HeUcr. Harvard
I Egyptologist, inside the sphinx hs
found a temple -dedicated to the sun,
and Its date Is somewhere around
6000 B. C, tho moat ancient In
Mena or Mines, as his name is
sometimes spelled, was the first
king of Egypt of whom modern eel
entlsts havo discovered historic re
cord. The tomb of Mena, the king who
made himself a god "and who fash
ioned the sphinx, is also within it.
There are tundels leading off into
caverns which have not yet been
penetrated for the ""work has, only
been going on for six months.
Caves Inside Sphinx,
The sphinx Is carved out ot thru-aural
rock, but within are (the
caves and buildings of a city of
gold, which was perhaps once open
tc the air
At Twesent tne excavations aro
couflned to the chamber In the head.
This chamber is connected by tun
rels with the templo of tho san.
which rests within' the paws of the
Such relics as the "crux anastea"
(the looped cross), symbol of the
sun are found by tbe hundreds.
Several of these are gold and have
wires for tiny bils, which, when
souadad by the priests, summoned
inside the sphinx are also tiny py
ramids, although the sphinx was
built long before the grtat pyramids.
A pyramid is thoce ilnies was a sun
dial, according to Prof. Reisnor, and
the sphinx was a sub god. The pyra
mid ot Cheops la an absolutely ac
Pictures to Be Shown.
According to Prof. Relsner, Egypt
of today Is one vast city, the edge
of which has been scratched and
the .interior of whleh probably never
will be disclosed.
Professor Relsner liepes to discov
er amoag the relics of the sphinx
the secrets of the Egyptian princes,
whose magic is believed to have
Pictures of the Inside ot the had
are bolng made and will be shown
at Harvard and Lowell institute
courses next winter.
Professor Relsner says he is hav
lug unubual difficulties in his work
for the Arabs who are assisting him
refuse absolutely to sleep in the
chamber. They say there are devils
there and that the man who sleeps
there will pass away
Threat of Wage Reductions
Made by Representative
WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 27.
Protectionists and. tariff revistoahMs
kept tap a runtung ficht in the hoaae
ways and means committee today
wtrefc continued tonight The wool
tariff was tbe issue aad the manu
facturers presented an almoat anbrokl
en alignment against a reduction in
tbe duty on woolen clothes and ready
mode clothing, though favoring a re
daction In the duty on raw wool. The
most strenuous fight or this session of
congress against the democratic plan
of revision of( duties te coming at the
I 'Your schedule has never been cut
, in the nietaory of living men,'-- sag-
geated Representative Palmer, of Pean
Isytvaala, to O. X. Stafferd of Cleve
I Stafford coateinpiate$ that the far-
ff coakl be reduced in the, event that
j thrt democratic party chote to tafco
I the responsibility of a possrtwe redac-
! lion la wages of woolen mill employes
(The witness testified to an eight per
cent dividend from his milw last year
and Representative Harrison of Xaw
York suggested that It was rather un
becoming In Wm in view et the big
profits of the industry to hold out a
threat of wage reduction.
Through V Warn Goldman, or New
JYorfc, its president, the National As-
! cfi-iti nf Pint hlnptt rifr!srftrl tfeftt
while free wool was desirable, the
move to nut wool cm the tree Mst was
too revolutionary and said that the
afasooiat on endorjed tbe proposed
democratic rale of twenty per cent
ad valorem on raw wool.
.v Removing India's Capit-I.' '
I Arrangements atp poceclng rap.
Idly for the-removal of the winter cap
ital of (India from Calcutta trDelhU It
Is expected that by nest Janulrya6
comntodatlons far all departments will
bo 'In readiaess. The finance and
comptroller general's departments 'are
expected to move scxt-Cetobsr:
She Was So III Restored to
Health by LydiaE. Pink-
Pcntwatcr, Mich. "A year ago I was ,
very weak and tbe doctor said I bad a
ment. I had back
ache and bearing1
down pains so bad
that I could not sit
In a chair or walk
across the floor and
I was in severe pain
all the time. I felt
discouraged as I had
taken everything 1
could think of and
was co better. I
began taking Lydia E. Pinkhun's Veg
etable Compound and now I am strong
and healthy." Mrs. ALICE Darlinc,
R.F.D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Mich.
If cail"WTiatAiiotlicrWoman says:
Peoria, 111. "I had such backaches
that I could hardly stand on my feet, I
would feel like crying out lota of times,
and had such a heavy feeling in my right
side. I had such terrible dull headaches
every day and they would make me feel
so drowsy and sleepy all the time, yet I
could not sleep at night.
"Afterlhad taken LydiaE.Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound a week 1 began to
improve. My backache was less and
that heavy feeling in my side went
away. I continued to take the Com
pound and am cured.
" You may publish this if you wish."
Miss Clara L. Gauwitz, K.B. No. 4,
Box G2, Peoria, III.
Such letters proe the value of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for
woman's ills. Why don't you trytT
GOLO SIRE FOUND
li HEART OF CIT
Workman Discovers Pay
Rock Running $175 Per
ton in San Francisco
'SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. 27
Nens of a eeld atrike In the ntrn
forest near the Eeocranlrtcal oenter of
San Francisco, spread through Vi
city today and amateur prospectors
John Sheeban. a laborer, maite the
striHa. Samples of the. rock assay
was as high as 175 to the ton.
Sheeban dm not intend that i.i
discovery should beeoare public pro
perty cut unfortunately he last the
gold hearine ledge In onltet'ng ad
ditional searchers, he let the cat out
of the bag.
Stray pockets of aold bearine- ouar.z
and sand hae been found from the
ocean front to tbe bay at var ous t nits
DALLAS. Tex, Jan. 27.---Attorney
General Wlckershpm was criticized
today by State's Judge Meek who said ,
that it is a new thing for an executio I
uepanment rt tne federal govern
went to intervene betwatgr a court
ami men who had been Uficted as
It did In the case o' J. r Archbold
II. C Folger, Jr.. and AV"Toagle
They were indicted In Judge Meek's
court on charges of violating the
Sherman anti-trust law In a!legd At
tkms affecting the Magnolia Petrol
Wkkersham did not order the a.
ret of the men on Texas warrants
.because he said that the evidence die
not uphold Mich aeUos. Judge Meeki
has ordered sew warrants iamed fori
the three raon.
A GOOD BREAKFAST
Some Persons Never Know What
A 4664 breakfast, a good appetite
and goad dfgfttfem meB everxt'-inr
to the maa. woe-an or chikl who ha:
ytbthg o do. am wwstte to get a
good start toward dotec M
A Sonthera man tells of his wife's
"good breakfast,' and also sapper,
made out of Grape-Nats aad cream
"I should like to tell yru how mueft
cod Orape-Nnte has done tor ray
wife After being in poor health for
the last 1 years, (faring part of tho
tjpe scarcely anythfay; old stay on
ncr stomach long ecougtt to nourish
htr. finally at tho suggestion o.
friend she tried "Orape-Nati
"Now. atter about four week ou
this delicious and nntriUoTs foou,
! has pieked p most wonderfully
and seams as well as anyone can be
"Every morning the makes a good
breakfast on Grap-Nut eaten Just1
as It comes from the package with
rream or milk added, and then agah.
the some at tapper, and the than:;.
in lier )s wondVJrfnl. .
"iVe can?t speak oo highly ot
ufte.Yuui -3-u ;iuuu,-aii4;r 'our rif-
markable exprtena." Name4 given
by Postam''Co;BotUe CreeldFMich.
Read the IBtle book, "The Rcid to
WellvHi," In pkga. "There's- aRe&.
Ever read the above lctei4l row!
o'te apprarx from time to time. TWpl
are genuine true, and full-of human
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i iTsiF3" ii tzfe-f m t
Ofllco Main St,
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver.
CORRESPONDENTS: Pain Web
ber S. Co, Bos.ton and Calumet.
Logan X. Stjan, Chicago and Nv
York. v . 3-.1SS3
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
' and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Ho!e Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
Lurnhers Lime, Cement
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers7 Hardware, Plate and
Wc wish to call especial attention to the fact that wc
arc putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and fjuaranteed by THE. PATTER-SON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland.. Ohio.
, zssxsxxu : wroi.y r-, n '. miJSXiciMKsissssscn
THE ANTLERS CAFE -
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
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Pal ace Liver;
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen S. Hubsard. Proorletora
AUTOMOBILES FOP. HIRE
Work sf the unnonorso.
Lot George lai apeak "The
growing good of the world i partly
dependent pa tmhluorlc acts, and,
that things are net so 111 with yoi
and ate as they might have been Is
JaUf owing to the numfcar who lived,.
" T Wadefl "at W
Lou ell 7
r S CATARRH f ,
5 Beware reowtteWts
h Little Good Coal
Makes a big hot fire when'' a
a lot of ioor coal rer.ds out no
heat at all it It economical to
biy our coal because , It is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, loaves very HtUo ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades W deliver to
any part ot tho city
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
wood Any length.
& Feed Company ,1
Opp. Palace Stables
and Fire Insurance
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THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
6 Z" a. m Lv Clifton ar 3 53 p. m. (
t 21 b. m Ia Guthrie -f.vStlt ,.in.
S 18 a m L.Y Duncan I,v.Z:26 p. m.
9 38 a. m Lv Lordsbttrg W 1 '3S p. m.
lo -4S a. m Ar HachHaiLv 11:56 p. n.
Sonth bound train connects wrlh
Fouthern Pacific wil bewnd trahi .
Vo 1. leaving Lordcbnrg 19:67 a. m.
South bound train connects with HI
Pas & Southwestern cast ;bound
train for El Paso, (aavtag Jfaehita-at
1! 50 a. m Mountain lime1, and
with west bound train; for 'DotMjIha
and Blsbee, leaving Iiachita at 16:40
a. m.. Mountain Ttao.
It. K. .VINSON,
Clifton, Arts. General Passeogor Agent
O. IC LIVERY and
BODERT HENNESar. rrop.
Phone 1S. Ot. Depot Ambulant
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