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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913.
1L JURORS HOW
READY FOR DUTY
Wrst Trial of Criminal in
Superior Court This Year
.Brings Quick Verdict
l'qMDW'He ts tb report of the pro
eefdhNp. of the superior court on
Monday. Tfce first btMinustr, was a re
"' f lb trial Jry vn'r by th
fiend's ottoe The list follow:
. W A, Camp'bWP. J- Neaan. Wm.
IlHMbea, J C.Akhley. m. Ay!wrd.
J. 4. Iluyd V. C. Hndipth,.F. S.
I'-jnnt fU- IB Senw. J. A. Ross. J
I, cumuilaga. A. W. Wthos. II. Mo
Kiafcoy, J. H. Jones, O. WHltams, C.
A. Newman. J. B.Yylle. V. W. Stov
al. W. Garrett, J.. If. Mctilauk. II. C.
Kapha, W. It. Slaughter John Cask
J. W. Xennn. M. E. Hods, W. G.
llnng,n. A. L. Lotgre. I. G. Har
mon. U SI. CyrwnliiK. A ttiilus. J. K
Cook, Wn. Garrett, John IVrkln. W.
A. Itrovn, l S. Jtonmnnifr, A. II
Gardner. C. A. Taylor. A. J. Cleve
land, H. C. Stirling. L. It. Chamber
lajn, C A. Peckiiipaugb.
After the cull tliore was a geueral
rush to the court, of Jurors who de-
pi red to bt excused from service.
Only those with valid excuses wers
considered and the following were ex
cused: ". A. Campbell, I. J. N'een
a:. John Cash, W. C. Hansen. W. W.
Stoval. P. S. Bennett. P.. L. Seney.
A. Itedus. 15. McKlrney, V. A. Brown
O. 1). Monmonler. C. A. Taylor.
A special venire- of five Jurors wai
IhMied and returned as follows; A. T
Schuster Robert Ratllff, J U' Slell-
gren, Patrick Ilyrne, Jas. Lamb.
The first case tried was taut of the
state vs Jose Mendosa 03 ch-irge of
rtatutory assault. The jury returned
a verdict In record time. As soon as
the ease as submitted to them, it
required les than 3 minutes to agree
and Foreman Gardner brought In a
tin-dlct of guilty.
The following are some of the case
already set for trial:
George Marlor. murder, sot for
Ramon I'adillu, grand larceny, Feli-
Itamon Audrida. grand larceny,
Juan Esplnosa. murder. Febniary7.
lU'B. IOan. biirglary, February G.
. Goh'.c. grand larceny, January
Cnbo Adams, iwrder. January 2S.
, jpan Masa, atttfrapteil muier, Jan-
Paul J2lqras, aggravate' afe-uult,
J. II." I$ndig, aiirder, Joauary 30.
,ChaH. GrwnU aiwaiilt with deadly
ui)ii, two c-'unts, Febraary C.
flF.OnrciB. Uibk Iluair without
license, February 10.
llary Garry. sllmg Ilt-uor without
K C. Suksk, malicious tnUcIiief,
Jose Itodrieuez. rape, February S.
Alberto DuHilnsuez, burglary. Jan
Glen Shipley, grand 'arccny, Felh
nwry 1. IT''
il IS SHOWING ACTIVITY
i JATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION
LTlsKBGBE. Ala.. Jaiu 2S. Slem
ts of the executive board of the Na
tional, Ratist convention are patti
Ting.hera.for their annual session to
morrow, when the late and place for
holding theannnnl convention will be
During the Past Year Four
Hundred and Nineteen Li
censes Were Granted
(lly 0car K. Goll)
TOMUSTONK, Ant, Jan. 2k A
Slance over the marriage Meswso rec-
ordjSn rtio office of the dark of thr
superior court for the past year, will
convince one that Dan Cupid was noi
lingering on the job In the matter ot
match making in Cochise county dur
inj; that period. Th records reveal
ti.hr hundred nnd nineteen- licenses
caving been Issued in 1912, while so
fur this month a total or thirty have
Th following licenses have beei.j
iMfccd within the past two weeks
Frnncieco I'once to wed Antonio
Martinez, both residents ot Douglas.
James II. Nelson to wed I-aura Gra
ham, loth residents of Douglas.
, Juan Sforaga to wid Carmen Gar
la, both residents of Iouell.
Arthur Alexander Ilrown to wed
t;ora Ktta Van Ixmveu, both resi
(lcts ot Douglas.
Kdward A. Kemurer to wed Holms
. Neva, botll residents of Kisbee,.
Thayer F. Carr, a 'resident ot Court
land, to wed Jettie HarUog, a resi
dent of Fearce.
Harley C. Gunrti a resident of Ills
bee, to wed Ll7ile Williams, o resi
dent of KIhIii.
Joe King to wed Slary Kochevar,
both residenU of Lowell.
Jose llaralres to wed Maria Iotilsa
Garcia, both residents of I'Irtlevllle.
Itafael Fernandez to wed Itosario
tJoniales. both residents of Dpuglas.
James W. Van Horn to wed Sllna
Van Horn, both residents ot lllsbee.
Harney lleach, a resident "of Sat-
ford, to wed Slamle Wright, a resl
dent of Cllftou.
George Koract-vlch to wed Annie
Castellan, both residents of BIsbee.
Matt McMinii to wed Nellie Wish
nrt. both residents ot Lowell.
IJnlph A. Chafie, a resident of
Courtland, to wed Mabel Etta, Heed
er. a resident or Pearce.
Harold Hemlrlckson to wed Annie
U Engell, both rosidonts of liuglas.
Georgo Kmzy Conn to wed MyrtU
llogers, both residents of Pirtlevllle.
Josenh C. MacLaughlin to wen
Camllle W. Hill, both residents of
Juan Morales to wed Angellta nn
rianez. both residents of Douglas.
Virgil E. Matney to wed Slyra R.J
Cillagber. both resldonts of Pearce.
Pantaleon F. Iturrola to wed Maria
Trinidad Ochoa, both residents of
W. M. Thompson to wed Willlo I
McStalion. both residents of Douglas.
Ysidro Carillo to wed Loreta Homo,
both resident of Douglas.
Itobort Walters to tted Idn Ma
Tompkins, both residents of Naco.
F. G. Anderson to wed Klsie John
son, both residents of LowelL
James A. Potter to wed Helen B.
Gallagher, both residents of Douglas.
I'edro Carranza to wed Teresita Car
rillo. both resident of Douglas.
John Marius Jourden to wed Ernes
tine Garcia, both residents of Ulsbee.
Hogillo Srrrano to wed Guadalupe
Franco, both residents ot Douglas.
WOMEN'S CLUB OSBORN REPOHT i
KWL WEI! IS iW READY!
Many Delegates in Douglas
Yesterday and Sessions
Begin Today to Con
tinue Until Friday
LIST OF DELEGATES
Secretary of State Will In
sist Necessary Changes
Be Made in Law Con
SOME ARE IMPOSSIBLE
(Special to Ifevlew) PHOENIX, Art., Jan. 2S. Ho-
DOUGLAS. Jan. 28. Many of the tween February 14, lt12, the day on
His Stomach Troubles Over.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AT MONTREAL
MONTRBAU Jan. 2S. More than
$jfl members of tho Canadian Society
of Qlvll Englnbors were present to
day at the opening of the toclety's
twfnty-seventh annual contention.
The sessions will continue three days 1
Discussions of technical u!iiect9 wilt a them.
be varied by several functions of . wltfe heartburn. Indigestion, and liv
Fecial character At the Initial session I er complaint until I used Chamber
Thelps Johnson was formally In-i kiln's Tablets, then my trouble wa
stalled as president In t wession tc. over." Sold by alb dealers. Adver
"iV. P. Tye. J tIon",n 4?6
Mr. Dysieptic. would you like tr
feel that your stomach troubles were
I over, that you cotuu eat any kiuu
of rood you desired wimoui injury 1
That may seem so unlikely to you
that you do, not oen hope for an
ending of your trouble, ''but permi
us to assure you that it Is not alto
gether Impossible. If otheis can b
cured liermanently, and thousand
nave been, why not you? John It
Karker. of Battle Creek, Mich., Is on
He says: "I was troubled
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A . ,m . nnntfim- ToarK" PYRTVOTie NltlUrtfDtYVOiT
.. . .,a tst ih."hln vRrvthine seem to wuiiahiux
eo wronK. and the whole world has a dreary look. nHISXESC
i 'iTifit is the time when a little Sunny BrooK 1 w wiu.Wi
B Pare Food Whiskey wHl perform a magical change InriZlm"
m . i- . .....h.. m MaiiMtf nav-or itiue.1:
It a delicious bevcrase every golden drop pleases
the senses and soothes the nerves. Best of all. .ts
tbnAtOt purity and higUi imioptd medlnaal proptrna raako
Sunny Brcok-The Pure Food Whiskey is Bottled In
Bond-every bottle bears the Green Government Sump. m .that m
tnat twn t " "(, himivi r.
Cna LI '' wjm iwa.
A. STEINFELD & CO.
dglegates to the Arirona Federation
of Woman's clubs which will begin
its annual convention tomorrow, ar
rived in tho city Inst night and to
Dr. Agnes McKeo AVallace. of PreR
itt. president of tho Arizona Federa
tion and Mrs. Crocker, chairman of
the- gneral tonimittee on conserva
tion, were among tho first arrivals.
and took up quarters at the Gadsden.
.Mrs. Pennybacker, president of thi
'Jeiieral Federation, did not arrive un
til this afternoon. Both she and Gov
ernor Hunt are on the program for
tomorrow, and It Is expected the gov
ernor will arrive on a late train today.
Take Auto Ride.
Slany of the delegates this fore
noon, accomimnicd by the members
of the local entertainment committee,
took an a'lto ride over the city an
tlsited the pmelters and other places
of interest. This atternoon there
was a geneml registration of dele
gates at the Gadsden, wberc the prl
tate d'ntng room has been turned
over for their use, and where they
will hold a general reception this
e'vening. The list of delegates now In
the city follows:
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker. gen
eral president. Dallas. Texas; Mrs.
Emmons Crocker, chairman conserva
tion, FItchburg, Mass.; Mesdames,
Harry Heap, Irene M. Wells, M. V.
WaL"on. W. A. Kent, Prescott; J. C.
McClun, S. C. Newsom, Tucson; Al
len T. Bird, A. A. Doherty, Nogales:
F. W. Brown, Tucson; A. II. Wil
liams, Phoenix, 11. H. Itoblr.son. Tiic-
con; D. II. Burtis. Phoenls; K. J.
I'lanigan, BIsbee: John Walker. Tuc
son, George KHl. Tucson; Herman
l'lelscaman, Tucson; S. L. I-nttee
Tucson; Dr. Agne3 McKei- Wallnce
PincotL and Jllses Bervl Diowu,
Tucson; Slary FilMiielb, Oontlllo,
President Dr. Agnes AcKoe Wal
lace, when seen thia moniit-g. first
loughcd and gave an Interestlcg de
sorlptlon of the ladies ns she snw
them last night sa:u around the
Gnd3den lobby, huts croowot! collars
nwry an-l hlt asleep waiting to be
taken care of.
Thp nnmtfl conontion of Wo
man's clubs," shu siJ, "is extremely
interesting from. all pomu of view.
The contention is held in order to re
port the work done In tho past year,
a.id to plan on work for the coininr,
year. The ladies of the clubs arc all
enthusiastic and the club embraces
every phase of work which is a bet
terment to humanity. There are three
generations reproented among the
delegates visiting Douglas this week,
and every one are good enthusiastic
From Dr. Wallace It was learned
that thf- club women of Arizona will
renew their efforts to secure the es
tablishment of a state health depart
ment Good Representation.
"Every club In the state with tin.
;wslb!o exception of Kingman will
b represented," shu said. "The en
tire club membership of Biebee will
be here and from the recommenda
tion I have received from the various
committees, there will be an enor
mous amount to be accomplished In
the four days session. To avoid
which Arizona became- a btate, and!
Decembur 31. tho olfico ol Secretary
of State Sidney P. Osborn -"-olli-cUd j
42.1S'J.2r. The expenses or the of '
tec for that period, Including all Bal-l
profit or more than $20,000.
Secretary Osborn thinks this irrofit
tntlrely too great nnd he will say so
In it-iKjrts that he is now preparing
for submission to the governor nnd
The reiort to tho governor will b
submitted wlthlr two or three days
nnd the one to the legislature a abort
time after that lody meets in special
session. The one going to the legls-j
lature will pola out the necessity of
revising the election laws. Various
changes In other laws affecting the
secmarys office will be strongly ad
vocated. Changing Election Laws.
It ts provided in the election laws
that by the first Monday of the thlro
month vrecedlnc an election the sec
retary shall have ready for distribu
tion printed pamphlets containing the
constitutional amendments and bills
to be referred at such election. The
pamphlets shalL be mailed to all reg
istered voters sixty days prior to the
But the constitution gives citizen!,
the light to file Initiative and refer
endum petitions up to 30 das prior
to an election. It is manifestly inv
possible to have all the amendments
and bills printed 90 days before. Last
year only the amendments referred
by the leglslclure and eq' al sut
frage amendment were In the olce
of the secretary- Augus' 5. the llr-t
Slot.day of the third month preceding
the election. They were prlntid nnd
distributed. Ijiter a eupplomeut.il
inmphlet containing the other mens-
ur3 was distributed In ordei to com
ply with the spirit of tbo law.
Another 1 olut "of conflict is that
rfcCirttrntlon b Emitted up to 20
days before an election. By fur the
heaviest registration Is within 30 days
prior to the closing of the books.
Pimphlets cannot bo mailed out to
all voters CO days Itofore an election,
because many register 'ater.
Secretary Osborn will strongl
urge that provision be made to print
copies of eae-li lAw as soon as It is
Ptissed by the legislature, and for
their free distribution to interested
Iarties. Under the present system
no pointed copies are available till
the sessions laws are published,
which is usually about CO days after
he close of a session. In the mean
time, persons requiring copies o
laws must have certified copies pre
pared in the office of the secretary
Under the law a charge of 2(1 cents a
rolio is made for that work. Last
spring the legislature appropriated
$300 to employ extra, stenographers to
preparo certified copies. The $300
was expended and In f.O days the re
icipts for copies wero $2072.02. Slanv
persons were gouged heavily to pay
that profit or $1700 and over.
Few Copies of Journal Wanted.
Five hundred copies or the Ieglsla
tlve journals were printed at a cost
of $3450.55, an exceptionally low bid
being received. Lests than 2C0 copies
were distributed. Secretary ORborn
says that the $3450.5 was wasted
MW Don't Admit J
VbM flnto Your House I
iWb! 'im JH S
conrusion and delay all tho resolu-,a3d ,le wi)( that n0 mon
lions will be brought In at one tlm
and acted upon in regular order."
9:00 a. m.
Registration of delegates.
. , 9:30 a. m.
Jlnsfc The Misses SIcDanlela
Invocation Rev. Mr. Slmonson
Addres of welcome
Tor City ........ Mr. E. TL Mrtk
For Woman's club Mrs. J. Calisher
For Genera! Federation
'"Sirs, Percy V. Pennybacker
For Delegates '. . Sir. S. C Newsom
Addres Hon. Geo. W. P Hunt.
Governor of Arizona!
Greetings from other state federa'
t inns. " : . ""
Mrsspgo of state federation presl-J
Dr. Agnes McKee Wallace
Iteport of Departments of Work,
iteport of Credentfals-Commlttee.
GREENE CANANEA COPPER COM
money be spent in printing journals.
It cost $2727.70 to have the session
laws printed and the return from the
copies sold was $321.20. The Initia
tive and referendum publicity pamph
lets cost $229152. As a result of'tbe
motor vehicles registration law $10
458 was collected, the expenses being
SJD8.50. At.X2.50 apiece C85 notarial
commissions were 'issued, a total ot
$1712..".0. , ,
RELIEF SOCIETY BALL
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Jan. 28.
With the possibility that the inaugural
ball may be abandoned increased "in
terest is being manifested in the an
nual charity ball of the Southern Re
lief Society, which is to be given at
the New Williard hotel Monday night
For many years the hall has been one
of the chief social functions of the
winter and always .attracts a large
number of prominent visitors from all
parU of the south. The president and
Mrs. Taft have accepted an invitation
to be prefect, and will occupy their
box. Official, diplomatic and resident
society will fee largely represented a
the list of patronesses.
Genera! Distributors TUCSON, ARIZ.
Dividend No. 4
A dividend of 25c per share on the
outstanding capital stock baa been de
clared. uayaWe Saturday. March 1.
1913. to stockholders of record at! TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE iskumu cjumine
Tablets.- Druggists refund money If
K falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S slg
iatnre Is one each box. 25c. Adver
tisement - 550.
3 00 o'clock p. m., Monday February
10. 1913. "Cransfer books will not bs
CHARLES A, DUNCAN, Treasurer.
Thwrm is Only On
Laxative Bromo Quinine
VEB THE WBHLB BVOt TB WHtC A 0BLB HI BM BAT.'
Always remember the feH same. Leek
far tUs sigMttare oa every tac. 25.
You must drink beer not only
made pure, but kept pure.
Purity exceeds all other costs in
our brewery. We even filter the air in. which
Schlitz is cooled. We scald every tub, keg and
barrel, every pipe and pump, every time we use it.
Then, instead of putting pure beer in light glass
bottles we use Brown Botdes.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives
the best protection against light. The Brown Bottle pro
tects Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass.
We began in a hut, sixty years ago. Today our agencies
, dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million' barrels a year.
More and more people each year are drinking Schlitz.
Why don't you, too, drink only pure beei Schlitz in
Brown Botdes. , ','.,.
See that crown or cork
is branded '"Sciita."
BIsbee rBeer Co.
That Made Milwaukee
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BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT
WASHINGTON, I). O, Jan. 23.
The breach of promise suit brought
by Gertrude W. Hassler against Carl
O. Fisher, millionaire automobile man
ufacturer and' builder -ofjthe-great mo
tor .racing speedway which has made
(Indianapolis famous, was called In
the superior court today. The trial,
whf.ch is expected to Bet under way
next week, promises to attract wide
attention because ot the wealth and
prominence of the defendant and the
character of the evidence that th9
plaintiffs attorneys are expected 10
introduce. Mrs. Hassler Is suing Tor
$300,000. Attorneys ror Mr.- Fisher
deny all the allegations contained In
TESTED AND PROVEN.
There Is a Heap of Solace In Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well
For months TtcIew readers Save
Been the constant expression of praise
for" Doan's' Kidney Pills, and .read
about the good worlc'they have' done
In this locality. What other, remedy
ever produced such convincing proof
John J. IIIU. 152 S. Main St. Tuc
son. Arlz, says: "In August 1907
while living in Berkeley, CaU I save
a testimonial for Doan's Kidney Pills,
giving them the credit they deserved
for entirely relieving me of trouble
with my back and kidneys, annoy
ances to which I had been subject
for four or five years. I never suffered
from severe pains but there -was at
times a tired, itching across the
kidneys and mornings I would get up
feeling stiff and lame across my
loins. After some exercise this trou
ble would gradually disappear. .Tk
kidney secretions: were frcoucr.L es
pecially at night, and I would be
obliged to arise seteral times. Doan's
Kidney Pills wentnotbe seat of my
trouble and in a short time cured me.
1 have bad no need ot 'Doan's Kidney
Pills or any other remedy since."
For sale by all dealers. Price. 5
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doans and
PATENT YOUR LAND
$3.00 Per Acre! $3.00 Per Acre! -t
IT WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER - ' r
$3.00 Per Acre! , $3.00 Per Acre,
M. E. Leverich & Co., take pleasure in announcing that N'avalo
Base Is now on the market and available for 'the -selecUon of lands-fin
Arizona. We congratulate our customers that we are able to setTthte
excellent base at so low a cost -,- o- ""- j
Desert Land Entrymen who hate encountered the almost prohibitive
expense and great physical - difficulty ot prating up under that-law
are afforded an Inexpenslye metfiod of acauirlng tlUe.
Stock Men can acquire land tor range and pasturage. ' .
Fanners, Settlers, Investors, your opportunity is NOW!
Navajo Base is issued under the fame law as Moqul Base. If yon are
one of those who were disappointed In not securing Moqui while 'it
was on the market get 'Navajo' NOW! Moquiwent up in price. Na
vajo may repeat that history! . . i
Small selections cannot be made. If you wish only 160 or 52Q acrp
get your friends at dv neighbors in the same township to Join' In'your
order. ' '
WHAT TO DO .
Snd ns descrlotion of your land! Send. us relinquishment If the
land Is embraced in an entry! Remit three dollars per acre! THAT'S
REMEMBER! j .
Wo get title for you or you get the money back! . ; ''
OUR -GUARANTEE IS GOOD! " '
$3.00 rer Acre! t $3.00 Per Acre! .
"Write Ua About Land Matters"
M. E. LEVERICH & CO.
JOHN H. PAGE JI. E. LEVERICH A. W. tiAUTC
P O BOX 984 PHOENIX. ARIZONA
PUBLIC LAND SPECIALISTS .
WATCH THIS SPACE
1 For Announcement From The
& PAINT STORE
Main St, Next Door To "Uncle Sam's" Loan Office.
take no other.
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