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SOMA STATE HURT
B GOLD ANC DROUTH
Climatic Conditions Are Re
sponsible for Present
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TUCSON. Jan. ;8Abnbpaai Ns.ea.lN!
er coauuipns aa,e wuritpu a crisis in
the aWUIts'U atrial of Sonorn. acconf
ing to th A. Smith, the well known
land broker, who has just returned
from a strip to that stattt. Mr.
Smith, has offices in HennosiUo
"Ike reallrouble in Sonyra is not
lei oltiflouaiy out -climatic. .jstiKl .Mr
braltb yeste'tey. "The drouth, due
to fowk af reeiititatton In. itw usual
ra'jit- (sttnlast, summer battel! m.
rowdaiue, r sustenance jurt; -.1131.
the t$ colspefl carat along and
killed fijlt mjsfanlte aiu other leraa
j)tas3,.lrWs 'corAOluaUon -reduce
the wwst crisis that'ltad been exyajV
nx.edTnkbe state of Sonora in a Ion;
Hum. There wg nothing to d biit "j
shit tie cattle oat or to import leed
ami the termer was more economical,
thousands of head of catt'3 have
been sfetyped out of the state 10 this
'This drouth district H limited to
the middle district of gojifra and tht
west ccast prope&ls not'affbetekt. IB
fact Ithnk that a dry year occasion
ally would be a god thing for wsme
sections .f the ccast. 4
There Is so revolutionary irrpole
in Sciiora. ' continued Mr. Smith, "and
one mw bears of war tlk ;uter i-e
eiSs-2ii sales. When I sat'.i i'tr
mosUla last Saturday morning the
first (filag that I heard was that the
Yakuts fcael tua avery mother son
off of niy rmneh near Hermosillo. 1
wentot and found things mtiQing
along nttTBially. 1 aiso visited a
dotea&her ranches iH that section
ami iHd-'jMH rlad that the Yaquls had
been Taakiagr an)- trouble. I auyiKHe
soiaeonf had started the story as a
Joke. JOl of this Mad of talk gives
rise to" the suspicion that some uiio
may be making use of the Yaqui
scare and. Instead of the Yaijuig .t
may te a lack of smIbp derelopmeBt
propositions. I do not know of a
pood talnlng property In 'the state that
coald nst be worked der preaeat
uniteratjaU that Frank Carpn
tor, the hrelf knows ae'pper' wrltjr,
is e-a -ihi" wst coast o preprfg a
seHe at artlflHw ,m codttkmR that
exist .now an4 1 am very gfad of It,
for I Wnk it weald tJo good to poo-
lish amci by a capable writer on
conditions on the'eeast, rti4es that
the ihHc would read with eooad
OF OKLAHOMA MEN
Party Visit Light in Sulphur
Springs Valley and Make
tt.IIav.lns snent four days at Ueht In
LUie'HSaliihur Springs Valley inspeet-
IDCA jiroposed s:te for a large Irrtga
tloudaui, together with the agncul
turif possibilities of the neighbor
hood, a party of prominent citizens of
Oklahoma, passed through Courtland,
last week on their return, says Use
The members 6f the porty were
Captain F. F. Hand of Purcell. Okla
homa. A SI- Gordon, F K. Kerhjy. Sam
Dnmh2c4hf ..n.t W II '1iAa)w nf
Ulan'chard. Oklahoma. Caiitain Maui.
one' ot the leading 'dvii eug.neurs
qf th,e west, and -at present chief
engtfieer of the Oklahoma Central
Italroad and himself a capitalist, was
to pass judgment on the feasibility of
the project, and. upon his report the
future of the plan will rest Mr. Gor
don ,U president of th First National
jL'ant of Itlanchnrii, antj;llke Mr. Keroy
is a merchant of large means.
Jfone qj. Oie gentlemen would taik
for -publication, with reference to the
matter-Id hand, btil were free to ex
press the opinlun that this valley ha
a iremarxaluy good soil, that our cli
mate is cjtfellent. but that we only
Hck the one prime requisite water.
Should the report of Captain Hand
be such that the gentlemen that he re
presents, would take hold af the task,
a dam will be constructed that will
Impound sufficient water to irrigate
many thousand acres, furn'.sbing that
one element so needed to make this
valley a vast garden.
That this proposition te perfectly
feasible, has been the contention of
John f. Ufiht, and it is through h s
persistent and consistent efforts that
this party, capitalists themselves and
representing other prominent men of
wealth, was Induced to make this trtp.
If it results in the carrying out or
the plan, Mr. Light will be the oee
that will have earned great credit to.-
having conceived the Idea aad suc
ceeded in setting In motion the lorrss
that shall bring about such beneficial
results as will ifcie bound to coir
from such work.
GIVEN WILD CHASE
False Reports of Horse
Thieves Sends Posses
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Jan. 28. Some
body lied, and as a result, a posse j
of officers from Oila, 1'Jnal and Mari
copa counties made a long,' bard trip
of 75 mlibs Into the Arlralpa canyon
country, southeast of Wlnkelman, aft
er a band of horse thieves that did!
About a ueek ago a white man and
Mexican arrived at Wlnkelman and)
Jid that thoy had seen a baud of sit.
horse . thieves, 'with about 30 stolen
animals, naar Arivalpa canyon. Slier-1
iiT Frank Haynes, at Globe, took one!
of his own officers, secured two from
Florence and seat for Deputy Sheriff
iew Mckey. of Maricopa county.
leaving Wlnkelman on horsebaek,
the oifiotrs made a trip of 75 miles
ove rrough country, through snow,
sleet ami rain. At the Tom Will
raixh they secured the services of n
Mexican well acquainted with .the
When they arrived at the spot they
nought, thty found that no hors
traders or thieves hfcd been there.
Ifcey found 110 human being in the
district except some Mexican wood
cloppers who had several burros,
but no horses
ARE RIOTING AGAIN
(Continued from Page 1)
HONOR MCKINLEY'S MEMORY
Carnations Will Be Generally Worn
Today In Respect to Mur
Votes' for Wcmen Defeated by
K nesota Legislature.
STj; 1JAUL. Minn.. Jan. 28. Tbo
MiBBVgota state leistetare rejected
todayajblH troposinK a coftstHution
al amendment giving womes the
rtShtllo'-vote.'TShere was hissing from
worah In thf gallery but this was
discontinued by a threat to clear the
AVASHIMGTON. D. C Jan. SS.
I Tomorrow Is "McKinley Day" when,
in Washington and many states, oar
j nations will be worn in honor of tin
j former president. The carnation was
' McKinley's favorite flower, and. since
1 his death, has been worn each year
. as a tribute to his memory.
t -si "" '
I . Meney Talks. ,
j A V$r zuzn'tBji an oases af Eym-paUiy-'lrom
the pocket Is worth, e. toa
! from tha heart.
ins, but allowed to go on bi 1 alter
the house rose. Most of the poll 00
stations had one or more !r soners
charged with destroying property. The
demonstration In Whitehall was sot
so large as some of those pre!3Usiy
held, a force of police and drepcblui
rain, mlilating against any gf.tt turn
out. The wildest excitement prevailed,
however, for besides protectta? prop
erty and arresting women engaged ie
window smashing or who refused io
move on when ordered, tfee police bad
the greatest difficulty la protecting
the women from an unruly crowd nf
youths who gathered and rustled every
women wearing suffragist colors.
There were several eases of women
being roughly .handled. An attefnpt
to duck four of item In a fountain m
Trafalgar square was frustrated by a
police posse which had to ride through
NEVADA NAMES SNATOR
PAHSOV CITY. N'v Jsh. SS. Ke
jj'ittmnn was cbosh United' States
j -sriU meet in joint arto ttfraUfy
j the selection.
Big Sale 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
Ho 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
" real value.
The Dresses represent the wind-up of the season's business of a great manu
facturer. The garments were fashioned from the ends or short lengths of mater
ials left from immense, rolls. We secured them at a remarkahje price, and pass
them along to you as remarkable values. There are twenty styles in the assort
ment. Quantity involved is 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 U:
3. &JW && J
Lot No. 2
1 1 )u
6 to 14 Years
Worth to $2.50
The immense variety of dainty stvles is the first impression you will get as you ap
proach the large tables piled hig"h with dresses. And a? you examine the frock,
note the fine materials, the careful making, the generous proportions, the dainty
styles and pretty trimmings, you will wonder how wc can sell such dresses for so
much less than they can be matched in any other Bisbee store. It isn't wizardly.
,Ittis being at the right place at the right time, with spot cash and an outlet for
large .quantity. ' " Y '- '
It's Best to Remember
that every organ of the wonderful human body is dependent
upon every other. If jour liver goes wrong" your blood will
be impure; if your bowels are inactive your stomach and
digestion will show it. And one trouble leads to another.
have become the most famous and the most approved family
remedy in the world. They are known for their wonderful
and unrivaled power to cause regular, natural action of the
liver and bowels. They are Rentle, safe but sure. Beccharu's
Pills benefit every organ of the bodj brighten the eye, clear
the brain, tone the nerves and increase Vigor because they
Remove the First Cause
Special direction for women with rry box. 3I3 eTrrwler. tOc, 2Sc
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E)ur Navajo Scrip
We now have our Navajo JJape scrip
find arc ready to acquire title to jour
lands. We will make a solecUou in
the U. S. Land Office February 10,
1915. Send iu your orders now, so we
oan check them iu Land Office. Thi
pile' will bo J5 00 per acre, and fully
Aot quickly before the other foHou
gets joir land.
Write or wire
FEN S. HICDRETK,
21 Pliot-ilx National Iiank BldK.
A Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot Arc vhen a
a lot of poor coal rens out n't
b.eat at all. It Is economical to
buy our coal because it is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
iua rosis no more per ton tnan
poorer gradeB. We deliver to
any part of the city.
American Block Lump.
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
nood. Any length.
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Office Main St,
Opp. Palace Stables
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pains Web
ber & Co., Bos ton and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chlcajo and Nsvw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
(Continued from Page 1)
when there wore 2i regiments all sta
tioned in the eetiritry.
The proposaal tq 'find a method of
tralniR troop In larger tactical units
than present conditions afford Is nec
essary, Bot only foV the soldiers, bin
for the officers. T&ff best theoretical
oficcr in the army could not go out
and command a brigade, and mora es
pecially a division without Mime ex
perience. It is bclfsved that better
military organization is possible ir
congress will make provision for keep
.ng troops in larger bodies and the
widely scattered posts are abandoned.
It has keen demonstrated that such
a policy is much more economical. In
case of a sudden emergency when tho
unsy would be wanted to resist In
vasion or to take the field in a war
like demonstration the proposed meth
ods of consotMatipu.,18 a necessity.
ir the policy of ,tho best military
exjwrts can be tarried out there will
be in addition 10 the assembling of
tactical units 0 the araty a reserve
of trained men which can be called
Into serrlec In case of war and which
villi swell the regiments to full war
strength. Much stress has been laid
upon the necessity of a reserve for
the regular army for it has been the
experience of all past wars that the
greatest difficulty has been lperl
enced iu securing enlistments for the
regular organizations in competition
with volunteer enlistments in the
democratic viewpoint, and he deter
mined to supply 1 to thorn through
the ecrtiHlry press, not only our. ig
campaign, but alt the time. Kver
since Mr. Lloyd has been chairmun
Of the COffitnlttpe. th luunlrv Aaron.
cratlc newspapers have been "furniic.-;
eo wun a weey Washington letter
of democratic news. The publ canon 1
01 (nose letters nave been of the g eat
est help to the congressional can-
umaien. jtr. i.ioyu ai3o originated a
statistical bureau to gather data tor
the sewsfwuer letters 91 kU th-.
congressiOBl candidates. Mr. Uoyd
nas oevoted much hard work to the
cause, and feels that the t'me iu
eome, sow that the democrats are -n
the ascendancy, for some good ni.'.n
iu step iu anu iaKe bis place.
TURNS TO BASEBALL
Thorpe Talks of Intention to
Stay in Sport - Honesty
Is Given Praise
CAItUSLB, X. Y.. Jan. 2S: James
Thorpe, the champion athlete, says
that his fondness and fitness for ath
letles will probably result in making
Ms baseball a profession since parti
cipation In all form!, of amateur ath
letics is denied bint lie has not yet
signed with any team, although num
erous cers nave been made him since
last summer. He receives sympathy
rather than censure here.
He has been popular while at the
1 Indian school and has not Qtsplaye
the "professional spirit."
HONESTY IS PRAISED
Swndlsh pspers Comment On Stand
That Has Been Taken
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. Jan. 28.
Swedish nowgpapers in coraraantlng
on the d'-i'closure that James Thorpe
m a ttrtifocntrmal Athfcte wben he
icomrtcd. is He Olympic games hers
las: summer, eommena tne tKmesm
displayed by Americans in making
tttA fsrt tfflAvn Tht tttnniasF fithietle
authorities express the opinion that
-f-tiniTOj. 1 .intiti ri roiain rrujnn7Mi
ho von in the panthalon end decathlon
as tne smiu& ut ub tvitiK aM awaui
wastqnestlonedjfipp, fie. '. j
'A '-rr-. ri
Sad It Master.
God Is master ofrthe scenes;
tnnt not choojcwhlcli Dart we shall
act; It concern us opy jp becare-
fol that ye, K'weu, wnwpp iayiar.
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Glass Cafe
Speaal $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY POPPEN, Manage
(Continued from Page 1)
CHARGES AGAINST TEARNEY
CHICAGO. 111., Jan. S$."AV Tear
iiej. meaber of the Chicago board of
alderman and widely known in base
ball circles as the president ofjhe
Three-Cye league, wsb arraigned)
the municipal court today for trial on
charges of alleged violations of the 1
o'clock closing law in his saloon ana
cafe on the South SWe. Officers of the
law ami order league, who are assist
ing; in the proseeu'ion, allege that
Tearney had long run his establish
ment in open defiance of the law.
REVIEW WANT ADS PAY
Guess Wrong Again.
About 8re years ago 1 wrote io you
that I bad been a terrible 'sufferer
froa kidney and bladder troubles, an I
that my physician informed me that
my left kidney was In such condition
that there was no hape for my re
covery. I was advised to try yonr
Seamp-Itoot as a last resort, and af
ter taking four flfty-cest size botrles.
I passed a gravel stone which weigh
ed ten grairts. I afterwards forward
ed you this gravel stone. Ha' e had
no return of any tronble since that
time and cannot say too much in
favor of yonr wonderful preparation,
Swamp-Root, which, cures, after phy
Very Triy Years.
p. h. nomas.
Route S, Box Ml Rosebero, N. C.
' Personally appeared before me.
thte 31st day of Jnly. 1S98. F. II.
Horns, who subscribed the aboVe
statement and reads oath that the
same it true in subatanoe and in fact
JAMBS Hf. HALT..
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For Quick Sales With
Real .Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Strce
Lumber hirne, Cementj
' Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers1 Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that wc
are putting in a complete line of B .1. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTER
SON-SARGENT CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
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THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
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'THE ARIZONA. AND NEW
MEXICO. RAILBOM CO,
and Undertaking Co.
Co wen & Hubbard. Proa'letorB
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Biibes 23 Lowell 7
. 6 a? a. re Lv CUTton ar. 3:53 p. m.
'34 a. in. Lv Oethrle Lv fcl2 p. m.
1 s 18 a. m. I.v Duncan l.v z:26 p m.
i S a ra Lv iAirdsjurg Lt 1i23 p, m.
10 4i a m. Ar HaclUta Lr lle$9 p. m.
1 South bound train connects with
Soutliern Pacific west bound .train
No 1. l.awnc Lordsburg 1657 a. m.,
, MoiiKtain Time. ' &
Poiiih bound tram coMpsujtf.Hh 151
Pas & SoBUMHtfltB teaiC Abound
train for EI PasMnf(jEraafhlta at
11.54 a. m., Molalrri.TJniKand
with wst bouati tri
I Letter to J
i Dr. Kilmer &. Co '
' Bingbamton, N. Y. (
ii i i i
Prove Vfcat Swamp-Root Will Do for
Send to Dr.' Kilmer 4 " Co., Bias
liamtonrttN. .yX-for. a -.saroftle ' bottle
llf WiIlVcoffyriLany6D'fc5YoU i.WUI
HIbo recelvejIa'liooRIbofeahMblrf lnM
lormauon, tciitn? an auour tna wa
ncys and. bladder, AVhen writlnji bs
mxc and lsonttqn The fffsbee ITally
Uflvlow. Rijgular Qfty-oe nt and ono-l
(ioiwr sisc doiuss tar wae at 211 uruz
stores. Adverlisement. 096.
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djv(wnftk fJiit s''
imSimUm BLADDER I '
I C P'cai bean tl fi'.nVi
S Jleuare cfcnanierftiu J '
and Bisbee, leariwr Haoptfa,at W0
a. m.. Mountain Time. ;
It j KfjOIIJCSON,
Clifton, Ariz. GenoratTaasiMsx A9st
O. K. LIVERY and
I Pftone 16. On, Depot AtntraUnss
SHEPPARD IS SENATOR.
AUSTIN. lei. Ua Sfc. Kepre
ssptativc Morns SUtppard was tods
eieted VnlMxa Statos sonator front
Texas for the short tsrw oorfte!
Jlareh i. nest. and. for the long term
bsRinnlng that 4M. For tb short
Utrm he wHI sweesd iL H. josixoh.
bp war atioMted recently upoa tba
rsstglHiUes of fcoator BaHey.
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