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THE BISBEE DAILY REV 1EW, BISBEE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29, 1913.
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OH SATURDAY NEXT
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;Votcrs of Bisbee District
..Will Decide Questidn
of High School
The special election called In tfce
Illslee School d-stnet for the pu'i-oee
of voting on the proposition to bond
the district for ?t0,00i for the purpose
of providing a high school building
t III he held on Saturday of this week.
So far as expression of sentiment has
been made there seems to be a very
strong sentiment in the city favo-ubie
to the proposed high school bulltlin&.
The jboard of trustees have proparfd
the following statement showing just
what will be the cost of the B.sbee
High school building to each Individ
ual taxpayer. This statement from
the school board follows:
What Will the New High School Cos!
In answer to the above question thi
School trustees of the Ilusbee ll'.gn
"school district wish to present, to tnc
tax payers of the district the follow
ing statement based on the present
valuation' 'of the district which is es
timated at'-sevifnteen million dollars,
According to" the notice of the bond
election, the bonds tfijl be Issued '.a
denominations of $LOOO.0Oeach at
5 1-2 per- cent, ten bonds 'with interest
to become due each year beginning
vwJth 1916 and extending to 1923 in
clusive, as shown by the following
Year Bonds Interest, Total Rate on
.- each 510'J
1914 itiW. si.100. 3cts.
1915 4.4W). 4,400. Sets
191C $10,000 4.400. 14.400. lOcts
1917 10,000 S.SS0. 13,850. Sets
191S 10,000 3.300. 13,300. Sets
-1919 10,000 2.750. 12.750. 7cts
1920- 10,000 y.200. 12.200. 7cts
;192t v 10000 1.650. 11,650. 7cts
1022 io;eoo r.ioo. 11.120. 6cts
1928 10,0d0 550. 10,360. Sets
.Total $S0.000. J2S.700. J10S.700. 64cts
This rate of 61clsonesch $100 as
Jessed valuation, with the present c
"tal valuation of the district o $17,-
000.000. "would 'p.oduce In the ten
A taxpayer, with an assessed valua
tion of his property of $1,000 would
pay In the ten years SG.40, an average
of 64cts per year.
Any taxpayer, knowing the value of
his property, as fixed by the county
assessor can figure out his taxes each
year by using the rate given In the
last column pi the .above table.
j. The board of school trustees urge
fthe tax payers to come out and ex
press themselves, pn the proposed
Jbond issue, at the election to be held
,at the Central school Feb. first.
j A. G. VATK1NS,
C. A. McDONALD,
1 " F. C. BLEDSOE,
J Trustees of District No. 3.
SAYS MACHINERY IN
.Mining Industry Now Has
Best of the General
"The 'southwest is not only boom
lng now, but the present good times
are only the prelude to better tlmea,"
.said Don. A.; Carpenter, yesterday.
JSIr. Carpenter is head of the Carpen
ter mine. Milling & Power Machinery
-company, of El Paso.
"Probably the first class of people
".to see an Increased' prosperity in this
Section, where mining Is the largest
industry are the mine supply housjB.
,Hver' since copper started climbing
'there has been a steady and healthy
4ncrease In development work and im
provement In old workings. The pros-
fperity in tee mining section is ne
.to stay. The cattle and farming com
munities of the southwest are also en
joying great prosperity and the whole
,$enthwQst section Is now seeing boom
' Mr. Carpenter reported that politics
In El Paso is now getting very lively.
"Tiith both sides working hard. He
left last night for Douglas.
REVIEW WANT ADS PAY
Outfit of City Sealer Comes
and Work of Inspection
All the material for the Inspection
if weights and measures has now
been received by City Sealer Quick,
the last ot the apparatus arriving yes
iciday. Mr. Qiilck said yesterday that
he would not begin work until the
r.rst although some of the tests ma)
bo made before that date.
A large green seal reading "Weights
and Measures Department, City ot
lllsbee. Sealed," will be placed on all
scales that have been inspected: and
found correct This seal must not be
removed under penalty of the law.
A white tag will be affixed to scales
that have been tested 2nd have been
found to ,be incorrect but which can
be repaired. Fifteen days will be giv
en In which to have the scales repair
ed. A red tag, reading "Condemned"
will be affixed on scales that have
been found Incorrect and that cannot
An apparatus for the stamping of
metal measures Is included In the out
A suDnly of lead seals, which, when
affixed" will have a raised letter "B"
on one side and the last two figures
of the year, such as "13" on the other
side, have been received" to be place!
on meters. These seals, together with
the other seals cannot be removed
except by the sealer's department.
The whole kit Is carried in a case
about the size ot a small suit case.
The comptete testing apparatus, in
cluding all the weights and measures.
Is so heavy that .Mr ijuick will nae
to make his rounds in a buggy.
USES TO LEAVE
Young Man Arrested for
Loitering Around School
Is Permitted to Go
"iv v nnnlH'ntr u-hn u-fla arrested
1,. nooli hv rnnitni- StpwaW of tne
Central .school for loafing around the
school, was discharged yesterday In
Justice Thomas court. The young
n.in u'da illapharirpil nn the renuest
of Superintendent Phllbrook. as he has
decided to leave me cuy 10 get urv
and for the additional reason that As
sistant District Attorney Murry will
probably be in Tombstone for some
time and the case would therefore
have to be pistponed.
"In dismissing this case.'1, said Jus
tice Thomas yesterday "1 wish it to
be plainly understood that the couit
will not tolerate this misbehavior end
the court warns all persons from
loafing around the school buildings
and making remarks to me scuum
children. Persons who are arrested
and convicted on this charge can ex
pect no clemency from the court"
THREE GOOD BOUTS
Record Breaking Crowd at
Y. Gymnasium Enjoy
Three good bouts, one in each di
vision, wero staged at the Y. M (.'. A.
ast night One ot the largest crowds
that has yet been in attendance it
the Tuesday night boxers was preseat
and the crowd wait estimated at nearly
The first bout was In the lightweight
division and was between Kid Wil
liams, of California, and Johnnlo
Hughes, a local Axxer. Both are
clever boys and. though Williams put
up a good scrap the decision was gic.
en to Hughes. Hughes showed tho
aggressive through most of the, fight,
nhlle Williams displayed excellent
Tlie second bout was between C
WIttig and Jeagust, both welter
weights. This was one of the best
scraps ot the evening and resulted In
WIttig receiving the decision. -The
match was a fast one .all the way
tnrough, and kept the spectators Inter
ested as there was very little clinch
ing. Both boys showed excellent
foot work and the decision was tho
The final bout was between Mc
Danlels, of Los Angeles, and Koranic,
of Chicago, and was In the middle
weight class. This is the first time
these two boys have been seen In the
local ring and their work was excell
ent McDanlels was generally the ag
gressor! though Foranlc made a num
ber of rushes .that had his opponent
fishtlnc from the ropes. After a last
final round the decision was given o
the Ijos Angeles boy.
Following the bouts a wrestling
match, between Banlels and Maifeo
was held. Maffeo secured the flnt
Thirty Petitions of Freehold
ers to Draw Document
Put on File
The voters of Douglas will hav?
ida MiMro nt thlrtv candidates when
they make tne selection ot fourteen
freeholders at the election next
month to form a new charter for that
city with the purpose of providing a
commission form of government for
the municipality. The time for fil
ing names of candidates expired Sat
urday night. Following is the com
plete list of candidates:
William M. Adamson. O. K. Clinton.
Thomas Askins. Joe Goodmon, J. II.
Barrett. S. S. Badger. J. H. East
Albert M. Sames, Dr. W. A. Greene.
D A. Richardson, Wm. Eichbaum, Dr.
F. T. Wright E. R. Pirtle. C. O
Kills. Albert M. Stacy, M. Sadler, Dr.
J J Tuttle, W. W. Benson, J. F.
Ross. A. C. Lockwood. O. O. Hammlll,
M. G. Zeltlin. W. U Jones, Harry H.
Scott M. C. Hankins. J. P. Sexton,
M. F. Banes John U. Speer, Hoy
illalt and D. U Perry.
GIRL WIFE, DYIFG, CHARGES THAT BOY
HUSBAND, NOW IN JAIL, SHOT I17SI
Fresh shipments regu
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store. Phone your order
and it will be promptly
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Examine the quality and prices of our goods, and
convince yourself that the value is there.
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SOI ) BY ORIWiKTS F'TRiVUERf
In The Theatres
"Mutt & Jeff"
A few years ago there were many
plays before the public which could
bo properly construed as objection
able to certain creeds or nationalities.
While absolutely no offense was In
tended, tho exaggerated characters
wero planned for laughing purposes
only anil serious objection to them
was really unnecessary presumption.
It is not likely that the nationality, to
which. "Mntt and Jeff" belong, will
impose any serious objection to tho
cliaracterlzation. "The Land of
Make-Beileve" will not jigltate any
protest. Any living man who feels
that -'Alutt and Jcft" are Intended as
an Insult to him personally, may lay
his claim before Mr. Gus, Hill and if
his appearance proves the fact that
cither "Mutt" or 'Jeff" are an exag
geration of his particular personality,
he will be ottered a contract at a
good salary to play either one of tho
parts to which his natural make up
"Mutt and Jeff," a musical comedy
built around the famous "Rralu
Storm" conceived by Bud Fisher, the
clever artUt of the "Xew York Amer
ican." will make It? first appearance
in this city at the Orpheum Theater
Thursday, Jan. iOth. A company of
more than half a hundred famous
singers and dancers will figure In the
production, which, has, already been
pronounced the most notable presen
tation of the current season.
Mr. Hill promises that the play will
realize the expectations of the thou
sands ot readers of newspapers all
over the country, who have become
admirer? of Fishers peculiar "breed"
of comedy. No exiense has been
spared to make It a .great big spectacular-attraction,
that will live years
innumerable and a lasting pleasure to
the tittle folks as well. as the grownups-
RELIGIOUS LIBERALS MEET.
"THE HOME OF HEFINED
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
Tuesday and Wednesday
4-PHOTO PLAYS -4
And the "Pathe Weekly"
Featuring four scenes of the
"THE STRUGGLE OF
"THREE GIRLS AND A MAN'
'When the Bells in the Light
house Ring Ding Dong"
Continuous Starting 7 p. m.
Usual Prices 10 aud 15c
Loge Seats 25c
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra
ELBERT VEALE DIRECTOR.
"Hero of tho Isthmus" Lampe
"Bright Eyes" Hochana
"The Guardmount EHenberg
"If All My Dreams Were Made ot
Gold I'd Buy the World for You."
SUNG BY MR. GLEN HENRY.
PICTlRE PROGRAM FOR TUES
DAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
A marvelous western drama, full
ot daring deeds and hazardous ad
ventures. A revelation In horse
manship. "HIS MOTHER'S HOPE"
A story 61 a mother's undying love.
A girl reporter makes a doublo
scoop. A crackerjack newspaper
"SOMETHING WRONG WITH
Bessie is lazy, Uncle Josh Is cc-,
centric Good comedy.
"A CALIFORNIA SNIPE HUNT
Oa the same reel The laugh is ,
on the jokers.
New picture machines installed
Pictures better than eVer
Steady as a rock. ,
The Arizona Sanitarium
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
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ROCHESTER. N. Y, Jan. 28. The
National Federation of Religious Lib
era Is .and the Free Religious Associa
tion of America began a joint con
gress in Rochester today, and during
thf -emalnder of the week will hola
a Ju.it congress in Rochester today,
and during the remainder of the week
will hold a series of meetings In the
Unitarian and other liberal churches
of the city.
Numbered among the speakers who
are here to take iiart are many emin
ent representatives of the Unitatian,
Universalis and other libera! religious
organizations, the Quakers and Jew
ish liberals! Protessor Rudolf Eucken!
of the University of Jena. Rabindron-
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Fleischer of Boston, Mrs. Anna Gar
lin Spencer 'of v New York, Dr. Henry
W. Wilbur of Philadelphia, and Prof.
Daniel Evans of Andover Seminary
are among those who will be heard at
the several sessions.
The general topics .selected fordis
cussion include the following: 'The
i Contributions of the- Churches ot
America Toward Religious' anu civil
Liberty," "Social Wrong and Their
Ethical Solution," "Industrial .Strife
and Economic Justice." "The Promo
tion of SvmtM.thy and Good Will Be
tween Orthodox and Liberal in iseii'
i cion." and "The Inculcation of Re-
' iigfon and Morality In Our Public
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JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week. ,
Admission oc and 10c. .' i
Program changes every day ,
An hdur ot high class entertainment awaits you at this show houao
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
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REAL ESTATE and RENTALS
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service
have been bought in large lots by me before the an
nual raise in price. See loose stone's in front win
dow. Mounted ones in side window. My guaran
tee is 90 per cent on the $1.00.
L. L. GILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For . P. & S. W. Ry.
To those contemplating furnishing
a home. It you will check furnltux list
below, articles wanted and call at our
store for estimate, will save you both
time and money:
Llnoleiims, Stoves and Ranges, Ta
bles, Cupboards, Cabinets, Chairs,
Rockers, Rugs, Matting, Dining Ta
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stands, Wardrobes. Trunks, Cuttlery,
Draperies, Cooking Utensils, Dishes,
etc.; and etc.
In fact, everything fbr the home.
New and Second band goods bought,
sold, exchanged, easy payments.
STANDARD FURN. CO.,
Must Have Good Light for Studying
A poor light strains the eyes, and the injurious effects may
last for life. An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo
Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
for hours without hurting your eyes.
The RAYO i constructed scientifically. It it the
best lamD made ret inexpensive and economical.
T omri made of solid brass nickel plated.
LKXlUPf Lighted without removing chimney or
shade. Easy to clean and rewiclc Made In various
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
PRESENT DAY HATS AND STYLES IN
M DRESSING CAUSE LOSS OF HI!
WE' CANNOT CHECK THE STYLES, BUT WE CAN
CHECK FALLING HAIR
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MrXnd Hrm. Hal pi 'Hoover.
Kalph Hoover. U, a rlcb youn
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ls Jn Jail chatfced with sbooUan his
16-year-old wife. Aftr feels BMj-
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ahootlns the yotwglwlto ta a lefnf-' .... .. 't
SonsSSus condition said: -Kh the storlc la thr-moathv-sh'ca4i.
dUVlt, a.Sha exptct9d.avllt'freisiJB0ti,Ul9i, fS '' ..V '
Up to the time we began' to civilize
him a bald headed Indian was a thin
unknown. Wearing nothing on his
bead except the covering furnished by
! natnre and being a stranger to the us
j of a hair brusht especially the public
J one, the scalp and hair had plenty ot
f ventilation, much sunlight and, hence.
a condition .favorable to a luxuriant
growth of hair existed at all tiroes.
It was the adoption ot air and Hghi
excluding head gears" and artificial
head decorations generally, together
with the? occasIonalVue? of a com
nuirftfv . hair Ir1l ah. which' 'ea.vp. Mne
Ld.Yndfuf' 'cenu 'it-, onnorLnnltv. Since
f tliU'i Wrasjta ihas multiplied to an
j alnnnjdfcsree until now therein hardly
I; a person who U not troubled more oi
ics witn eanunirc anu iaumg nair.
Many to e" sure, havo passed thr
worrj'In!, state. Having become chron
Lally held they realfze that "natulus
Is capable of producing natural hair
for them. Let these be a warning to
all who ere experiencing tfie signifi
cant annoyance ot dandruff and fali
Dandruff, which Is due to a germ,
and falling liair can both be overcome
by the regular use of Newbro's Her
This wonderful scalp remedy kills
the vicious germ which causes dan
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the hair from coming out The destruc
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oaiore' lnttniis. & ,, " .
Iferplclae mioses . the hair; bright,
snappy., lighu'ant)? nilffy.
Applications obtained at the better
barber shops and hair dressing par
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The Show: They're AH Talking About j
WARD AND ST. CLAIR
The Garden of Harmon.
WARD AND MANNING
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"ISalofn? Barley In Japan," -San Rosario's Friends,"', "A Dollar Sav
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TWO-ne.w acts and a complete chaBge of pictures every "Wednesday
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