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THE JBlSBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNItfG, JANUARY 30, 1913. .
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F. I. ROGERS
Gov. Hunt Names Naturalist
of Phoenix for Position,
So Incoming Herd of.
Elks are Cared for
LAW TO,iBE ENFORCED
Jan. S. The appoint
ment of Frank V. Rogers, the weii
known naturalist or this city to te
gapte w'ardeu of-tbe; state of Artzoua
was, announced today by Governor
Geijjrse Hun" Only, ou'ejeotimr deputy
has, been appointed. Hjs N. C. Bied
so4f of WlnsJow, -for .Xavajo county.
Onq deputy for. each of the ottar
thirteen counties will ee appointed
Vhn the governor Mafcuod his
proclamation of the. result of the Nov
ember election, tha same tawi which
vraa referred to the people and ap
proved by them, went lntojeffeft. Its
vaHBIty was brought 'M .WUanX
however. whett Wood Alien.""" an era
ptoyo of State Senator H. A. Davis.
, ws arrested for shooting a &.tail
wltbont a license. That matter is
. now pending ia the supreme court.
"I woold net have appointed a tte
game warden till the Allen ease was
settled "had it not been that a herd ot
Wyoming elk are to be shipped to
Arizona, about February 1," said, Gov
ernor Hunt -this morning. 'That afiida
it necessary to have at least a dep
uty warden fjr Navajo connty. xhere
tho "animals .are to be placed. So 1
appointed Mr. Rogers as naturalist,
and the appointment of-Mr. Itlegsep
to '"depoty "for 'Navajo cotthty was
"Sir. Rogers is a professional nat
uralist familiar with all the animals
birds and reptiles of Arizona. I con
sider him a man peculfbrljr fitted for
the position of same warden."
for three years Mr. Rogers had
charge of the zoological park at
" Rochester. N. V. For two years after
Governor, at Douglas, Also
Believes That Capital
DELIVERS AN ADDRESS
that hs collected .spjaimeBS in . Now
.York state for the JpWtYork Zoologi
cal society. The fas't gb?"5ars. he
.lias lived in Arizona... studying its ait
'imal life and -securing, specimens tar
(that soclefy and,oth'eiit IVflft-Ine tie
llaA'tVo or. Uir 'years he has been
"livJ5 .souyr c Bfifetlake ark. Since
he" has beon.i'pfxjlnted game warden,
iewlll probably move to the city.
-fl have discussed this matter verv
thoroughly with Governor Hunt and
we.s have decided that-'ttbe law is U
bar enforced strictly," said Warden
Rogers. "My first work will probably
bo, to go to Navajo count)' in Feb
runry, when, the Wyoming elk arr Te
ceijed. 1 am trying to make arrasR"
ruonts to get away at that time."
PftS cUrfED 'IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Year druggist will refund money if
I'A20 OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or
Prptniding Piles In 6 to 14 days.
50 cents. 419
Goieraor Hunt, who was In Doug
las yesterday to address the Federa
tion of Women's oJubs. was' inter
viewed by tho International and sakl:
"I hav made full provision for
th rovtston ef tho county seat re
moval tew by the fcpeeM session ot
tbt legislature, and 1 believe that
the legislature will revise this law
to meet Uie approval of- the people
lu due" time," said Governor G. W.
V. lliiHt to a representative of the
International after he arrived in
Lkrtiglas this inornlns to address the
state uoBY-entkHi of the Federation of
Governor1 Hunt- arrived on the"
laoraiag train and Imiaodiatoly was
escorted to Uie Gadsden hotel, where
he wa intormally Introduced to a
large number of the delegates to the
convention. He aho met a large
number of buntaese and professional
men of the cfty who called to pay
their respects to the cliHrf executlvo
of the state. I
In speaking about ,the call for
the special session of the legislature
Uov'emor Hunt said: "There are a
great number of laws which were
passed at tho last session of that
body that need revision because they,
do not fnlly meet with the approval
of the majority of the people, and
while it is the illre of the admin
istration to give the people what
they want is the form of laws, I have
included measures for revision In my
Believes Capital Punishment Will Be
'Regarding tb abolishment of
capital punishment In .Arizona, I be
liav.that a law abolishing it will
be- phfi&d and meet with the attprev-
art of the people A number at this
states have taseed similar laws anil
Arizona should not be behind the pro
cession of progress in this matter. 1
have received endorsements of the
proposed law from a large number of
organisations and societies in all
parts of the state."' ,,
Favors Removal of Reform School
NEW QUARTERS FOR
Yesterday Was Moving Day
at State Capital. Making
Room for Legislature
PHOKNIX. Jan. 29. This Is mov
.ing day at the Capitol. Throughout
.the building resound the echoes ol
hammer and saw. Thin and portly
state officials tug and heave at deslts
and stagger about beneath the weight
of books and files.
About a dozen carpenters and mov
ers are employed, but .they can't 'do'
it all. Much of the wprk has to Ira
performed by the officials, the clerks
and even tho stenographers.
Yesterday afternoon the tax com
mission moved from the house cham
ber to the first floor. This commis
sion has a new room in Che north end
of the hall and also the northwoat
room, on that floor.
This morning the auditor and board
of control nrjved to the quarters on
tho first floor recently vacated by
Surveyor General-F." S. Ingalls, Vho
went to tho federal building. To
move the furniture and , equipment
down stairs the elevator was put in
This afternoon the land commis
sion and mine inspector are moving
from the third Moor to the second
floor quarters formerly occupied ' y
the board of control and auditor. The
state engineer la to move from the
third floor to a corner in the audi
tor's rjgw office. The Inspector of
weight and measures Is to go down
with the corporation commission,
leaving the committee rooms of the
legislature open to the lawmakers.
LOSS IN CARRYING MAIL
Official Says That New England Roads
Want Even Break at Least.
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan. 29.
Ralph Peters, president of the Long,
Island railroad, told the Joint con
gressional eoflsmltteo on investigation
of railroad mail compensation today
that th New Knglaml railroads were
havjoMreon the -railway-mall ser
A'lc'e. He said that the railroads
wonted a method of compensation to
net the roads a little more tnan on
dollar for each dollar expended.
which now was not the case.
the Jegfelatura.wJUpasS; a law pro
viding tipr' the? rjmoral of the school
I to the Tort. The property Is worth
When asked about the removal of rat least a haif million dollars now
the reform school from Benson to 'and with the few improvements that
Fort Grant,, the governor replied: 1 we contemplate to make it will bo
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this is one oi me roosi iinionani i oue oi me ntteai uumutin( m "
problems that confronts us at
present time. We owe to humanity.
if tor nothing -else, to take proper
ear of the children of the state who
have fallen by the wayside, and prop
erly correct their ways under the
most favorable circumstance. I know
nt a Man
to increase our sales in this town; ,
a man who knows something
about wholesaling newspapers
or periodicals; a man who can get news
dealers and druggists to display The
Saturday Evening Post, The Ladies
Home Journal- and The Country Gen
tleman, find boys to push the sales and
train them to obtain regular customers.
There is a good-paying business right
here for some one. Write at once to
The Qurtis Publishing Company
Sale Divitlon, Dittrict No. 2
nllSIE Jds today
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Informed, is to concentrate their
forces- at Adrtanoule Immediately af
ter tho expiration.' of the prescribed
four days, if the surrender of that
fortress does not occur in the mean
time. It Is believed that a few days
bombardment by the, big slego batter
ies which now surround Adrianopl'j
will bring about its capitulation. Bal
kan representatives declare that all
reiiorts that Roumanla U to aid Rul-
garia. against Turkey are unfounded.
THt allies expect a prellminar
treaty ol peace to' be signed In Adrl
anople by the victorious Bulgarian
and Servian generals, and this will
Ute embodied In the trenty which will
we conoluded in London.
Rumor Reahes London That Fourteen
Thousand Turkish Troops
1 Have Oeierted.
Governor Hunt was tendered a
luncheon by the ladles' committee
of' the federation at noon today after
delivering an address before the fed
eration convention, and left at 2
o'clock for Benson on an inspection
that the Fort Grant property offers ' tour of the reform school mere.
theso opportunities and do not hava.He will remain in Benson tonigai an
tho least shadow of a doubt but that ' return to Phoenix tomorrow morning.
LONDON. England, Jan. 28. A
LConstanUnople dispatch to the Post,
seui oy wy oi vousiaaza. says iuai
It is eMent something is happening
at Tchatalja. as Wounded men arc
arriving from theY constantly. Un
confirmed reports says that fowteen
thousand Circassian troops have mu
tinied and rioting Is also reported
among the troops at the Dardanelles.
A didiHUcb to the Chronicle from
Constantinople giving similar reportf
say that an advance is' Impossible as
half tnn transport animals are incapacitated.
The Seasons Accepted Models in Pumps and
Oxfords For Discriminating Women At
We wish to impress the fact, that It isn't necessary to pay ex
travagant prices for yor footwear. AH that yon coukl pos
sibly ask for in style, beauty and elegance are secured in
oar Spring stock .of Oxfords and Pump priced at tM aed
Oxfords made of Pate Kid, VW KM, rilsck Gun-Metal,
Calf and Black Satin; new lasts, short vamps, Igh (Xiban
or Military heels; laoe blocker and button styles; ptein or
cap toes, "SIT sizes and width Now t the best time for se
lection while assortment are complete.
"... ' '
Gray Suede And $ A. QQ
White Nu Buck Tumps TT
Here are two aw pumps that are particularly attractive and
will meet with the approval of dteerimlnaUng dressers. Made
with care. and dMberat!q of Gray siede. White Nulfcick
and Patent Kid every detail of style and finish carefully
csHHtfderedv and' duly the best and sst refflfefe sfock used in
tWr construction. Relnforesd .shank, snort vamp, jrifata. toe
wtth ribbon bow high Cabin Heels and Welt solem, a pair t.
Al Kinds of Ornaiicntal,
Deciduous And Citrus
Trees Our New Catalog
A Little Good Coal
Makes a big hot fin when a
a lot of poor coal sends out n't
heat at all. It Is coifonllcal to
buy our coal because: it -
clean, goes farthest, makoa
most heat, leaves very little ash
aud costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. We deliver to
any part of the city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
-nood. Any length.
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
OfDcc Main St, Opp. Palace Stables
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
v Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pains Web
ber & Co., Eo.ton and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and. Nsw
York. . r-i4f
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER. STOCK
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe" ".'
Special $1.00 Table d'Hoie Dinner From 5;30 to S p. in.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY POPPEN, Manage
f Oi- - - . .
(PwSItSnSSSfiSrH i 'S'M"
Pumps And Oxfords In A Variety Of $
Styles All Favorite LeathersA Pair
Patent Kid. Vict Kid and Gun-Met ai Oxford.
hlghcban Heels: all .sizes and width. jAIo.
plain lace and Mucker styles, turned sojes plain or cap
Pump1 of Patent" r3a atid nia'eK initio' ;uirned oles. n
. . ' ' . ' 3il.
i,.t ui ioivui nai uiiu liiuLK ,vaun;iurneu oies. uuuau
. ... ..- ..d- .. . .
fieew, new spnn? lasts ana snapez.
tWoartham anywhere And cvfcryw here B'r all twrposos and all occwsloas. Yo will find them hand
pome and stylish enough for the most elaborate function, trim and dainty onengk to cxclto admiration un
der all circumstances, and so splendidly made from Mich, saporior materials that they will present a neat
I And aattr appearance as Kms as jsy ia ana st a surprmnsiy long time a pair w.to. i
CROSS IS OUTFOUGHT
Young Shugurc HaiBest of Ten Round
-Lightweight' Battle In New York
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Jan. 2.
Sbugure. of this city, outfought Leach
Cross, the local lightweight. In seven
out of ten rounds tonight. Near 'he
the end of the fourth round Cross, aft
er "stalling" and apparently tiring,
suddenly sent Shugure down with a
hard right to the Jay. The bell end
ed the count and Cross out Kinted
his man In the next two rounds, but
Shugure hid the better of the re
mainder of the fight
REBELS NEAR CAPITOL.
Mexico City Electric Current Cut by
Band Only Fifteen Miles Away
WASHINGTON, V. C. Jan. 29.
Rebel activities continue wlthoui
abatement within fifteen miles of
Mexico CKy, according to advices re
ceived today by the state department
from Ambassador Henry Lane Wil
son. Wilson said that the city was
plnnged Into darkness and street car
traffic was at a standstill Monday
night when rebels cut the electri;
MARTYR IS HONORED.
I Supreme Court Breaks- Alt Customs.
to Pay Tribute to McKInley.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 29.
The supreme court's custom against
the (llspfaj of flow-rs In the cotm
chamber was set aside today when
each Jystfce wore a red carnation lit
memory of President McKInley. The
blossoms were provided by Justice
Day, MeKinleys life long frisnd.
SIX YEAR TERM
Congress Takes Final Action On The
WASHINGTON. I. C, Jan. 29
Final action on the resolution propos
ing a six year presidential term whlct
will be submitted as a constitutional
amendment to the states, will be tafc
eij by the senate before adjournment
tomorrow. The Works resolution,
which has -been . pending .several
months, s made a special order of
business. It is jbelleyed that shg
measure will have a strong majority
In Its favor.
I . j Votes f or Womn.
r A -woaan.may Voteas a stockholder
' oa a raliroadifronitone?ecd. gtt ths
! country to the other; but If she sells
' ber stock "and bays a house with the?
money, has no,volcin the laying out
I of the rca;! before tb door, which her
house Is taxdito Keep aojl par- for.
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 Wo have plen
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES
with ho'.'tes erected thereon, that
can be bought right. If you have
money that la not earning Its prop
per interest, you will do wcl! to
lock into these offerings.
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phono 10. ' Main Strcc
I. O. Box 12SS
Printer and Stationer
13 3Iuheim Rallding I1ISUEE AUK,
Lumber ; Lime, Cement,
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
To thoso contemplating furnishing
a home. If you will check iurnituve list
below, article's wanted and call at our
store for estimate, will save you both
time ami money:
Linoleums, Stoves and Ranges. Ta
bles, Cupboards, Cabinets, Chairs,
Rockers, Rugs, Matting, Dining Ta
bles. UuffetB, Quilts. Blankets, -iled
and Table Linen, Bedc Springs, Mat
tresses, PHIowji, Dressers, Center Ta
bles, Lib. Tables, Chiffoniers. Wash
stands. Wardrobes. Trunks, C;ttlery.
Draperies, Cooking Utensiis, Dishes,
eta, and etc. !
In fact, everything for the home.
Jfew and Second band goods bought,
fold, exchanged, easy payments.
STANDARD FURN. CO,
THE ANTLERS CAFE
O. PHONE 221
MONUMENT TO LINCOLN
Government Will Expsend 52.COO.CCO
For Statute In Washington
a I ace Liver"
Bowen & Hubcard. Prosrletors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jar.. 29.
The bouse adopted today a joint reso
lution approving the iMM of the fm
irts commission for a J2.0Me mem-!
orial in this city to the memory ot ; AysMAVVVVVSVvV
been adopted by the senate and now $ iBBfev CATARRH
goes to the president for his siMia-, jfl iJt,3 OF THE
amendment KlMijM BLADDER
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO,
r, r a. m. LV Clifjon ar.S p. m.
7 Hi a. m. I.r Outhric Lv -3.-12 p. m.
S IS a. m. LV Duncan Lv 2:26 p m.
J JS a. m Lv JLordstturg Lv 1:2S p. m,
1" 4" a. m. Ar Hacbita Lv 11:5S p. m.
Sonth bound tnln connects with
, Southern Pallf KMtmd train
; Vo. 1, leaving Lordsburs 16:57 a. m,
i Mountain Time. '
South bound tralS connects with Kl
' Pas & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Haehita at
11. SO a. at.. Mottntahr Time, and
with west bound' train fer Doaglas
and Bisbee. leaving Hachltn at 10:00
a. m., Mountain Time.
It K. MINEON',
Clifton, Ariz. General Pans onger Agent
WOULD STOP POLYGAMY.
Colorado Representatives Ask Otier'
States to Help Prevent Practice
sola brant tfio lu$
O. K. LIVERY and
KOBBIIT HENNESY, rrop.
Phone IS. Oc. Depot Htsbulxns
DENVER, Col.. Jan. 2. The Cok-!
roMa hotwe'ororiresentniiveS liletedj''.L.
fitg other7 stat eis to--wrferate In an-! rnciriaratien.
"tiointlnK- a committee Co corisldci- afld, rf t .twin-? ba Mh Li fa.itr-
formulate laws ok a oonstiwOeiml; r com -lttta ------ -U--4
the praetico of polygamy m tb
I'nltcd -State." Thf resolution re
cites tha polvgamv i ttt11 practiced
J&varo cnnterfsiU t h -
uvffiBdcsp'to Icaeral bins against It.
be too sure of it. H you didn't have
a largo family yon mifiht have aa
cuto." Houston Post
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