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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB RUARY 14. 1913.
Bisbee and Neighboring Cities
plea of guilty
Maltreated Individuals Who
Mistook Bisbee Sports for
Parlor Crowd Will
!ONE ' TO TEN YEARS
James tPaVto'n and, Iewis Piatt,
who were .taken to-Tombstone last
Friday following an "attempt to hold
up a poker same, with result of their
being nearly beaten to death. .Volun
tarially filed pleas of guilty at Tomb
stone yesterday and were each "sen
tenced to imprisonment from one to
Following- their arrest here the
were given a preliminary hearing by
Justice Thomas and were bound over
to the. action of the superior court in
the sura of $2000 each on the charge
of assault to murder, and $300 bond
each on. the charge of assault to
commit robbery. They were taken
to Tombstone (by Deputy Sheriff Gan
non. It was expected that their case
would not come up until some tlmo
.in March, as xwirt at Tombstone will
probably adjourn today and. a the
docket was well filled and in the na
tural, course their cases, would not
have come up until the reconvening
01 court in .iiarcn. I'robably think
ing that they had no case and that
they might as well bo serving sen
tence as to be in jail awaiting trial,
the two plead guilty,
r 'Toaorrov or early next week
Judge Sutter will leave for Santa
Cruz.countjv where he will hold court.
The jury at Tombstone will be tern
ixjrarjally dismissed and will not be
cal-jji back until early In Jlarch. As
sistant District Attorney Murry re
cently stated that It was thought
that the docket would be cleared
afcout the end of March. The docket
for this session was one of the larg
er in years
T .L .?.... "
TO BE OBSERVED
Today is Admission Day and
a legal holiday over the state.
Besides special programs in the
schools, many places of bus-I
ness will bo closed. The banks,
post offlce and the justice and
police courts will bo closed.
It Is .not. expected that any
stores will close. Many1 mer-
chants are making arrange-
ments to display flags.
Also It Looks as if Legisla
ture Would Put High
way Bonds Up to
Vote of Taxpayers
COCHISE ISAT FRONT
Severe Winter Rains and
Cold Have Left Harsh
iMark in Poorer Quart
ers of the District
ALL WORTHYAID WORK
Frightened Horse Hurls Bug
l gy with Ed Wilson Into
i Passing Ore Train
Several pedestrians passing the
Lowell shaft Wednesday morning.
Were horror struct whon f in ..,..
... .. mwi.v a im I , . . , , . . "
away with its driver in the scat of tho "lnnl5uea owing to tne big demand
The recent wet Veather brought
forth many varying exclamations of
Joy and disgust, depending on wheth
er one was a farnrer or a resident
la town, but very few neonla a
aware of the fact that distress also
attended the unfortunate of the city.
Not a few Mexican cabins were flood-
ea. me waters destroying the little
that the unfortunate had. Several of
me nouses were washed away, and
tho erstwhile occupants suffered from
com, wet weather, and lack of sum
Tho first of the week a littlo irlrl
from the Chihuahua Hill district, ap-
putu 10 me secretary or the charity
committee of the Board of Trade for
clothes for her baby sister, herself
anc nor moUier who lay ill at home,
almost at the point of starvation. Al
though it was cold and raining, tho
child was barefoot, had but a few
rags on her body, through which the
flesh showed blue with cold. In her
arras, she carried a practically naked
baby, which she hugged to her littlo
breast to keep warm. It was her
baby sister, so the told the secretary.
Cloth was supplied the child and her
ilttlo charge, food and medical at
tention was given the mother and
bedding and shelter provided
During an interview this week with
lu ovtriury several cnuuren en
tered the room occupied by the char.
ity committee or the Board of Trade,
situated In the Central school build'
Ing, and picked through a box of rub
ber orerstioes for a chanco pair that
might fit their little feet Some , of
them were supplied, but several left
the room with saddened hearts, for
most of the shoes wero many sizes
too large. The secretary told the re
porter mat the supply was greatly
nuggy ana crashed Into a moving
ore train some distance down the road.
Horse, wagon and man. struck the
train with a crash that was heard for
some distance, but the man escaped
with slight Injuries only, and tho horse
was able to be led away.
'The accident happened shortly
after 11 oclock. At the hospital it was
found that the man's name was Ed
ward Wilson, he being employed as a
for them. None wero clven fin.ni
In such cases as was necessary and
had been investigated.
"There Is a distressing number ot
cases of neglect and destitution
anion? tne poor families of Bisbee.
said tho secretary. "This is especial-
ly irue among mo ilcxlcan people
where Irresponsible husbands who
Pick up and move to other parts
without ever a though for the wife
blacksmith at the Gardiner shaft. Wil- ana tno nouseful of children, are the
son suffered contusions about the Great cause of trouble. When the
head, legs, and other parts of the tatner goes, he is Immediately dead
body, but was able to leave the hos-j to bis family, who never expect to
pital, after the wounds were dressed. I see him again, or even hope to, for
Tho physicians declared he was pos- that matter. I have found it hard
soNsea of exceptional vitalit). '" investigating cases, where it was
It apiears that the harness breech- stated that the father of the family
Ing become unfastened as the animal nad died, to ascertain whether he
was going down she hill. Becoming! really died or whether It was a case
frightened It broKe madly Into a run of desertion. In most cases it was
down the hill. An ore train was pass desertion, although the family stout.
ing at the time and the outfit crashed
into it. The train was stopped and
Wilson taken to tho hospital. Wilson
tias on the streets again yesterday.
Lowell United never lose. Come
to sec them play the K. C's, Warren
Ball Park. Sunday.
ly maintain that the head of the fam
ily had died.
"Just what the neglected mother
and family do after desertion Is de
pendent upon chance to a large ex
tent. The children In many cases are
perhaps fortunate that they fall upon
the charity of an Indulgent public
No such cases are neglected by the
charity committee, and every thing Is
being done to relieve the nain am!
J misery. What the committee seeks
, in its work Is not to much the alevi-
Tlii brand of lard is absolute
ly pure and has that fresh,
sweet flavor that old fashioned
kettle rendered lard Is re
nowned for Put up in two
pouji'ds packages Price 50a .
J. B. Angius
"Tke Pure Food 'Grocer'
ation of the pain after It has been In-
I f.icted, as the Instilling into the minds
t of the Ignorant a sense of respect for
I the body and family, and a stringent
abiding with the lawful marriage relations."
TWENTY ROUND MILL
Eddie Campi Is Outfought
in Every Round But
LOS AKGELKS, Cal. Feb. 12
Johnnie Gatenko. of Baltimore, Mary-
Jand,-known in the ring as "Kid" WII-
lllams, won a clean cut decision over
EdoV'e Campi, of San Francisco, ban-
item weight, in the Vernon arena to
day in one of the speediest and most
fiercely contested, twenty-round bouts
ever staged on tho coast
There was not a single slow round.
After tho first, Williams who was
'.Sghtlng tinder a handicap reach and
j height put It all over his opponents
.sending in terriflc-'left, hooks to C!
I Dis wind i and jaw and' foro'ng' ta?
I latter to'fhbltf ton. , - I
j ; Cam.pl came back in the twentieth,
J more than holding his owii against
i the sturdy Baltimore bantam, show
(ering lefts and :Cght to head which
i made Williams dizzy. But mis wa
not enough to overcome tho lead of
I the easterner.
That prospects for the passage of
acounty seat removal '.hill wnich will
bo satisfactory to the peop.e o. thi3
county are bright and that the leg
islature will in all probability submit
tho matter of a bond issue for state
nignway systems to the people are
opli 'ons expressed by Secretary Joe
Cray of the Warren District Com
mercial club on his return from Phoe
nix where he attended the meeting ot
the Good Reads Association and re
mained over another day to 'earn
the sentiment relative to county seat
removal. To a representative of the
Review yesterday Sir. Gray talkal of
his trip and speaking of the good
roads proposition said: "Statetm nt
of the action of the reprcsenta'ivea
of the boards of supervisors that
havo teen published were not auite
accurate. The plan proposed by the
boards Is a bond Issue not to pxrppil
$10,000,000. 23 per oont Is to go into
a general state fund to e used
where needed. Of the remaining
seventy five per cent each county
can draw Us pro rata partlf desirei
Each county is responsible and is to
be assessed for Its share of the gen
eral fund and so much of "a bond Is
sue besides as may be used on the
roads In that county. Thev reeom.
.mended a non. partisan state commlr-
s.on and the state engineer and the
board of supervisors to handle tho
disbursement of tho moneys.
"Another resolution which the su
pervisors passed provides for the
abolishing of road superintendent
and county surveyor as elective of
fices and tho creaf.on of a county en
gineer as an appointive office to hold
at me pleasure of tho board of sa
pervisors and to havo thp mmhiroH
duties of road supervisor and surveyor.
'Tho Good Roads Assorlatlnn nV.
'ed for not less than 3.0M).nrtn ri-
a non-par-1in state commission but
the desiro of the Cochise delegates
for a non-partisan county commission
also was not mentioned. The super
visoral resoluUon is more full and
explicit than was ours. Our petition
circulated In this county will go to
the legislature from here, however.
"Cochise county was the best ren-
resented county at our meetings, de
spite tho fact that Douglas was uot
represented. We had the three mem
bers of the board, the clerk of hie
board and four renresentatlips fmm
this d.striet and the influence of this
county was made evident.
There was feel ng for the bon.l is.
sue manifested and the suivervtsorR
were even stroneer on thn nt.i,-t
than the association. As to h nms.
ability of a bond Sssuo I found some
legislators who openly opposed it.
others who heartily favored it and
still others who favored passing a
measure 10 let me people decide. 1
believe the latter two classes w 11
control the situation This Is the
more likely from the fact that It ,s
certain that a fcill will be initiated if
the egislator fails to act favorably.
But that would mean no action until
1914 and the resolutions presented
usk ior a special election this year
The former would mean that ve
could not get full benefit in 1913 as
w-e can if the legislator acts favor
ably. . "As to county seat removal I found
no bill yet Introduced but that there
will be an excellent one Introduced I
am sure. There still remains sozre
opposition Imt not so strong as last
year. 1 was told that it is reasonably
certain that a bill will nass anil
outlined to me the measure ,s iu.t
what we want Thus far rl yrr.rL-
is only starting for the committees
have only just organized ami vino.
day was the first morning given over
to committee work. The session will
be a long one for in addition to much
other legislation code revision will
take at least sixty days. Fnjr
months is an estimate of thn lonsih
of the session."
Mr. Gray took conlea of the nw
Trails Road Map with him and dis
tributed them where he thought they
would tend to counteract the work of
one -by north 'route boosters. The
matter of National Highways was de
liberately ignored at the roads meet
ing, however to avbld friction ?ni-
the sake of tho bond Issue project,!
wuicn was considered the first order
of business. The state association,
ho says, was materially strengthen
ed ami Its usefulness will be more
manifest this jtear than 1t was last
ways ana means for
iiujucius ji ere aiscussetT and it ap
pears that all necessary funds will
be forthcoming which has not beea
tie case in the past
We make war on the Price and Quality of
Examine our Stock and Prices.
Don't buy unless you are satisfied
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
List Your Property With
M. C. HIGH
REAL ESTATE and RENTALS
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service
ONLY Friday and Saturday ONLY
"DANTE'S INFERNO,? .
The Marvelous $100,000.00 Productidn in 5 Reels
The Masterpiece of Motion Pictures
No Children Under 14 Years Admitted Without
Consent of Parents
Matinees at 1 and 2:30 P. M.
ces 6, 7:30, 9.
Prices 15c & 25c
Suit for Removal of Fence
from Public Land Brings
a Verdict in Court
PILES CURED IN ti TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund- money If
PAZO OINTMENT falls, to cure any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protrndlng Piles in G to 14 days.
SO cents. 4ig
AN INTERESTING CASE
A suit Instituted by United States
District Attorney J. E. Morrison,
which has Just been decided, will
havo an important bearing on the
cattlo business In this stale. The
suit Involves tho fena'ng of land.
Tho suit waa brought against N
C. Bernard, a largo cattle, owner who
has a ranch about fifty miles south
of Tucson. Tho case was entitled
United States vs. N. C. Bernard and
others. Tho caso was brought under
the act of 1883 whTxh provides that it
is a criminal offense to enclose puo
lic land and provides for the sum
mary removal of all fences on such
land. Thero havo been a number of
actions taken under this statute, but,
oesiues suing for the removal of the
fences, iSr. Morrison brought action
to recover damages for the use of
tho land. This last action as far as
Is known, is the first action of its
kind ever to e brought by the gov
ernment The caso was filed some months
ago and, last fall, came to trial be
fore Judge J. C. Mack, of the Inter
state vximmerco court, who came to
Tucson to hear the case. The trial
of the caso brought out the fact that
Bernard had removed tho fence3
from the land. This, therefore, left
only the question as to whether the
government could recover damages.
This point had never been raised and
judge Mack ruled that tho govern
ment could not collect the $600 sued
for on the theory that long usage
permitted the continued use of the
The case was a unique one and
came to the attention-of the depart
ment of Justce. The department
authorized Mr Morrison to take an
appeal from the decision to the cir
cuit court of appeals, In San Fran
cisco. This was dono some months
ago, John B. Wright, ot Tucson, rep
resenting the defendants and Mr.
Morrison conducting the case for the
government Judge Gilbert heard
On Tuesday Mr. Morrison received
word that the circuit court of ap
peals had reversed the decision of
the commerce court and that the
United States was entitled to dam
ages. The lower courts were in
structed to take steps to recover the
LAYING OF CORNER STONE
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 13
President Taft was among those pres
ent mis atternoon at the laying of tho
cornerstone for the nevt-Atl Souls'
cnurch that is to be biKkhi 16th
street. Charles E. BaldOiFStajrand
...Uvv vs. wc uiawu uuutc vi JIUbUUS
of the District of Columbia, officiated
at tho ceremony.
The Show'They're All Talking About
HOWE &. BARLOW
CLAUD &. RADCLIFF
Eccentric Comedy Dancers
3" Reels of Feature Pictures ..3
TWO SHOWS TONIGHT STARTING 7:15
Prices Always 10c-loc-25c Phone 360
That Corn Is a
Sure 'Goner Now
"GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure,
Gets Any Corn Surely, Ouickly
You'll say. "It does beat all how
(juick -CBTS-1T" gut rid ot that corn.
It'b almost magic!" "GETS-IT" geU
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
THE HOME OF REFINED AMUSEMENT
" Where Everybody Goes "
section, will play the Y. M. C A.
te:tm. The local team made the trip
to Tucson last Saturday night and de
feated the University team by a
ucore of 26 to 16. The team has had
considerable practice since that time
and the local ftbys are confident of
winning the game.
Tbo University team has. played
sucii teams bs Temne normal, all
tho teams In Tucson. Benson, Flag
staff and practically all the larger
teams In the northern section of the
state. In nearly evfery case they
liave been tho victors and they are
Football Game Tomorrow
a' Hor 'Contest '
.. . i ' ;
The'rrasket Ball' game to
night at tho Y. M. C, A. wl settle
tho taskct ball chamnionshin of Ari
zona, The game is by far tha most!
important of the season.
Tho University of Tucson team,
which baa won every game In .ts
SUJ5 jnStesi? ewonrh,up of' s:
..w. iueiu ya.. VI U4U auie.
Bisbee has played all the strong
est teams In this section, including
Douglas, and ias won nearly every
ThTs makes the game a chamolon-
ship one between the northern and
southern part of the state for tho
championship. The Bisbee team will
bo made uo of the same nlaver as
defeated Tucson last Saturday. The
positions are not given as some of
those who were substitutes on the
last trip may play regulaaally in Fri
The following are tho members of
the teamDanJels Thomas, MaSAj,
. Preceedicg tho game a band con.
ort will bo given at 7:30 p. m In
tno gymnasium. This wall bo foHow
cd toy ci game between two of the
J?ir"s classea of basket ball teams.
The Y. University game will te
called at about 8:15 o'clock.
"Never Could Do This Before. "GETS-
IT Made Every Corn Vanish
everv corn, every tfmp, as sure as the
un rises. It takes about 2 seconds
to apply It. Corn pains stop, you for
set thp corn, the corn shrivels up, ano
it's gone! Every try anvthlng like
that? You never did. There's no more)
Hissing witn piasters that press on
the corn, to more salves that take
off tho surrounding flesh, no more
bandages. So more knives files oi
razors that make corns swa. ami
cause dancer of blood poison. "GETS
IT" Is equilly harmless to hea'thy or
irritated flesh. It "gets" every com.
wart, callus and bunion you've got.
"GETS-ir is sold at all druggists
at 23 cents a bottle, or sent on re
ceipt of price by R,, Lawrence fe Co.,
Sold in Bisbee by BIsbe Drug Co.,
Central Pharmacy, Pheips Dodge
Mercantile Cc 339
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"GOD WITHIN '
"NORA Tilt COOK'
"1IOGAN VS. SCHMITZ"
MISS KATE POWERS
GEO. It. DANDUItVND
T K E C K L E S"
Lowell Theatre Orchestra Concert 7:30 P.
Direction Juan Garcia
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
2 10 P. M.
7 S & 1 p. m.
CAN YOU BEAT IT TQR 10 AND
AND--FRECKLES--THROWN IN FREE
YES ITS AT THE LOWELL THEATRE
Freckles - Fr eckles- Freckles- Freckles-Freckles
NEW BRUNSWICK LEGISLATURE
KREDERICTOV, N. B Feb. 1J
The session of legislative assembly of
New Brunswick was opened this aftei
nton by the Lieutenant Governor, at
tended by his military staff, and with
the usual ceremonies. A session of
less than five weeks' duration is
planned. Regarding the legislation ot
the session, the enactment of meas
ures providing lor some Important
public improvements and Industrial
developments Is forecasted.
tTjVi ifc Tvv jtRK K
ASCII WESSNER ""'
By Gene Stratton-
Porter, author of
"A Girl of the
WIT. MUSIC S.
50, 75, $1 & 5L50
Mat. 50, 75, S1.00
WHAT THE NEW YORK CRITICS SAY OF THE PLAY.
The piece fairly abounds Jn wha has been termed the "PUNCH' m the drama
Stirring scenes and strong, gripping dramatic situations.
Freckles scores success by its nsuralness
A pathetic little love story with plnty of heart throbs.
New York Presa
New York; Sun
New York Eve. Journal
New York Eve. Telegram.
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ww MlxStl stitute. Insist on having The Tann
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Bfeweiy:) ' Delivered to you at $3.50 per case. ,
. . . If your grocer does not have it, call -: . k -
Boston & Brown pn
Agents of the Copper City Browing Co. 243J
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