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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BjSBEE AIUZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1913.
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Road Now Earning 27 Per
Cent on Inflated Valua
HANDLES ORE .05 TON
PHOENIX, Arli.. Feb. 25. An at
touipt to raise railroad rates for
the Hay & Gila Valley Itallrpad com
pany has been turned down" by the
Arizona corporation commission.
The Kay & Gila Valley people wank
(Hi to raise their rate on less than
carload shipments from fire to ten
cents a hundred pounds. mj their
tariff on carload shipments from five
to seven and one-half cents.
No reasonable excuse for such a
raise was advanced. The It. & G. V.
Is now earning 27 per cent annually
on an inflated valuation.
Recently the corporation commla
Eion issued an order abolishing the
snitching and transfer chargM.whlcn
the R. & G. V. has been exacting at
Hay Junction. The date fer putting
this order Into effect lifts' been de
layed fro ratline to time, bet was
finally set for yesterday.
The switching charge made was 2
a ton on lees than- carload ship-,
raonts, or!! a carload. Most of the
freight movement from Hay. Junction
to Hay Is in carload lots. The tariff
is 1 a ton, or $28., tor a 20-lon ear.
ldd!us tho switching charge, this
made the total rate '$25 a car.
But kthe company . came ' forward
with a proposition to raise its rate to
$1.50 a ton, or $30 for a 2-toa car.
This woHld avartjnade the rate $51-;
higher than'l&pvas before the abolf-l-
tlon ot thVswiBhlng1 charge.
. It has beeaJiroasht'out in various
hearings before the commission that
It costs this RJfc G. V. 'noKjre than
ire cents-' niton to handle ore, and
the commissioners could not see why
ft saould'coet $L30 a ton to move
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lumber or eeat . ; Incidentally, the
proposition; fit "the railroad did not
include a: raise in the rate on ore
and gravel,.- the principal commodi
ties handled for the Ray Consolidat
London Streets Present
Scene of Readiness for
Changing Moods of
BLINDS DOWN AT DARK
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 22. London
bears the appearance of a city barri
cadedtfor riots, wsineg the militant
militant suffragettes declared war on
windows. Jewelers have stationed
guards outside their establishments
to pull down their shutters -at the
first sign of a determined looking
woman taking elm with a- brick, tsE
women carrying heavy handbags br
packages, are, looked upon with par
ticular suspicion when they appear
on the shopping streets.
' One of the big shipping offices on
Cqckspur which neglected to board
up Its windows after being warned
that tho suffragettes -were bent on
window wrecking, lost two windows
valued at $500 each. Other firms,
however, profited by the warning and
sent hurry orders to carpenters for
board protection to exposed windows.
In the shopping districts many of the
merchants have hired special guards
wbo lurk about In secluded spots
ready to pounce upon any suspicious
looking woman who may stop to gaze
into the windows.
At nightfall business London be
comes desolate with every blind down
and dark and forbidding shutters of
heavy boards hae taken the place of
bright windows filled with displays
of letali merchandise.
.' Opium, smoking is becoming so
popular in London that several of
the dens In the Whitechapel district
are said to -be catering exclusively
to aristocratic patrons of the pipe.
Two of these were visited lately by
an Investigator, who found them fur-
nisnea in uio mosi luxurious uiuu-1
nr. The victims of the habit can in-1
dulge their dreams In surroundings
which should appeal to the most
fastidious devotees of the drug.
Shortly after dark the patrons be
gan to arrive, stealing in furtively
will be yours if to-night you will
seek the beneficial aid of the famous
and ideal family remedy Beecham's
Pills. Nervous depression, or the
"blues," .is one of the symptoms
of a condition quickly corrected
by the reliable and quick-acting
When the system is clogged the
bowels and liver and kidneys in
active then the digestion is sure
to be impaired and the nerves to
lose their tone. Beecham's Pills
induce the. organs of digestion to
'work properly and thus this un
rivaled medicine has a tonic effect
upqnjthc whole system. Beecham's
Pills do not vary they act always
in accordance with their great
reputation; mildly and safely but
quickly. In every way in feel
ings, looks and vigor a better
condition Beecham's Pills
Tii 2arctio&wilh every box are Tcrrbclpful
11 ELPS CO UNTRYMEN
Misses' Arid Children's
They're Handy Easy To Pat On
And Afford Absolute Protection
Against Rain Sizes
8 To 16 Years
There's no ectnomy in run
ning the chances in this cli
mate of sending the children
to school without the proper
protection from such inclem
ency of weather.
Five minutes exposure to
rain may send vour child to
the doctor and' her clothing
to the rummage bag. We have
just received a large new
stock of Children's" Gossa
mers, absolutely waterproof.
A purchase of a Gossamer
will not only protect the child from the elements, but
may prevent a spell of sickness and a Doctor's 'bill.
All sizes in the assortment from 8 to 16 years; all de
sirable colors represented; priced at .$1.50 each.
Women's Rubberized Coats
At $4.50, $8.50 And $10.00
The frequency of drenching showers and the conse
quent danger of a wetting makes the Raincoat a nec
essary accessory to every woman's wardrobe, an al
most constant companion these days, and the need of
having it where yon can reach it quickly becomes ur
gent. There's a big stock of Women's Raincoats in this
store all ready to supply a protracted demand, fully
equipped for any call that mov be made on it. They're
made of rubberized cloth, absolutely waterproof, in
gray, brown, navy and drab. The coats are made with
military or coat collars, plain loose-back or belted
stvles, full length, sizes from 34 to 42, priced at $4.50,
?S.50 and $10.00
TUMULTY HAS BEJ3N
, - MUCH IH POLITICS
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Joseph IV Tumulty.
Joseph I. Tumulty, of Jersey City.
ST. J., who will be secretary to Presi
dent Wilson, Is only thirty-four
years old. but be has bad a long ex
perience In politics. Just now lie is
secretary to Governor Woodrow Wil
son and clerk of tha New Jersey su
Tumulty is a lawyer by profession.
He baa been married since 1302 and
naa four clrls and two boys. Tb
eldest child Is nine years old, .the
erounccat two months.
Traveling Man Shows How
Small Fortune Has Gone j
CHICAGO. 111., '"Feb. 2. As an
argument that lheJTe!fas antl-tlppins
laws should be extended to every
state, G. A. Lerenzen, a cigar sales
man, exhibits ate. rpcord of $18,000
fa tips during 20 years on the road.
Here Is the way says Mr. Lorenzen
to itemlso the work of the Up col
lectors in a 21 hour trip from Chicago
to Milwaukee and 'back:
To porter who handles trunk in
Chicago r 23
To porter handling grip at
pot , ...iA
5lr. Ilrnry 1 VIIn.
During the trouble In Mexico City.
Mrs. Henry L. Wilson, wife of tlie
American ambasador to Mexico, has.
extended every ah to her fellow caup
tryrncnt In the battle-frarrwj city, by
throwing open to them the doors of
the Amerkan e-nbasey. The photo
graph Is tho latest that has been
'.in of the diplomat's ulfc
after leaving their motor cars and
carrjages some distance a war. A
nearby tradesman declares that in
the daytime no one approaches the
places, which do not encourage visits
at such Xisiy- because of the danger
of police interference.
Bath of theso palatial dens are run
by Chinese. Low dlrans stand on
carpets so thick and soft that no
sounds of footsteps can be heard:
soft silken cushions are placed for
headrests, and rich curtains hang
over the doorways. No smoker need
more from his couch, as numerouB
attendants, moving at tho motion of
a hand, cook the opiam and prepare
the pipe for each customer.
According to the investigation, the
patrons of the place are business
men, young Wtrii auuui iunu, and
even members of noble families.
Some of the visitors arte merely
looking for a ziw sensation, but
most of them are hopeless victims
ef the habit. It is saM that the
dens are enormously prettte&e, for
each smfcker pays from $7 to fit
nightly for his entertainment.
A censorship of the hymn book
has bees proposed by CouneiHor Hop
kins, of the Nottingham county coun
cil. The proposal case as the re
sult of eomptalnU agsiMt certain
hymns in the boohs itod by the
schools ot tfce covnty cotmeH, awl in
voicing the ' objection th eomcitter
declared that the words erf tho song
expressed good religion er gooiJ
polKIoe. His efeiof objection, was
directed against the fottewtef linos:
The rich mem ra Ms eaeite.
The poor man at his gate,
Oo4 mode Uwm high aaa lowly
And ordered tkotr Miatat.
Hopfctos aosorteri that tke AlMtgfety
did nothing ef tb sort, aad fco de
clared the following totm tv fee
May wee mtr tetters bow,
Sehleet to thy poveirtg Umh.
Several ebvreh (Hgtrtturfw agree
with HopklM. but they mahttefa tktt
the,, censorship ahoeld not be lefiJ
OTfer,fJJttkr J. WaHren.! car of
bHjagUiT favtff or a censorship of all
bbine.- many ot which he deems
absojate' balderdaeh, which people
roea Urtwtefc wtthoet the sttgbteet
appieetatte of the - BMmlttg of the
'"iSftklEPfe Gtverage) 45
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bmsiiWcozt In barber !
To Pullman car porter
Bell boy who takes gua
Porter who hand!'
Head porter (p
Total $1.90 1
The Items scheduled here, accord- j
Ing to Mr. Lorenzeq, ore only tlios"
that are demanded of every travel- j
trig salesman who carries a trunk i
On the strength of Mr. Lorenzen's
statement. Keprcsentatlvo Trlmarco
Is' drafting a bill for tho considera
tion of tho sitting general assembly
making it a misdemeador to give or
accept tips In IUInils and providing
a fine for any proprietor who permits
tips to be taken by his employes.
This is not our state-
m m e
12 T3tv merit ' but the deliberate
opinion '6f one of the
most renowned scientists
in the wofrld. Read the
entire statement: ,
"We have tested beers repeatedly,
placing the bottles in the direct
sunlight, and testing the same after
one, two, three and five minutes
exposure, found that the beer with
three and five minutes exposure
became undrinkable on account of
the peculiar odor developed. The
detrimental effect of light upon
beer can be successfully counter
acted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and
such bottles are, therefore, recom
mcndable." Wahl-HevAns Insti
tute of Fennentology.
1 1 is not enough that beer be brewed
pnre, it must be kept pure.
Many Americans prefer beer. in. a
light bottle. Most brewers fellow the
course of least resistance.
I Jht-ctartsidccay- even in pur beer,.-
Dark lacs rives the best protection
W agcir.st light- Schlitz is sold in Brown
Bottler to p-otcct its purity froth thc
wcry to your
Try the New Way
of Curing Corns
Sec that amah or cork
Bisfacc Ecbr Co.
Easy AS One, Two, Three; No Fuss, r
No Pain, by Using "G-gB-!T."
Just take two fijfonds to imt a little
"GGTS-IT'' on that corn. That corn
is "done for" as sure s the sun rises.
Tlit CQrn shriveU -ip. vanishes. That'
MEXICO CITY BATTLE
PICTURES ARE COMING
Meantime Orphcum Has
Great Indoor Circus and
High Class Attraction
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. Fob. 25.
A resolution declaring that Okla
homa favors Intervention in Afcilco
was introduced In the Oklahoma
house of representatives todav. It
was opposed and went over until to
morrow. The resolution denounces
the kill ng of Madero and Suarez as
a disgrace to civilization and as ;h
congress to tako steps to bring about
peace In Mexico.
LONDON. Feb. 25. Matt Wells.
English lightweight, outpointed
Hughle. Mebcgao. tho AHstrallan
champion in a 20 round Osht toragbt
at National Sporting dab.'
The Orphewm mana; "mtiit hat!
t ' r.-e excellent reflB tor fee: jjk
jU'.''atIoa yesterday as aga:m: lie
ore found Ik weather conditions
Wuicli &eeas4od jtkxnu ttn :tt:
amusement people. The three the'
Orphean bad up lts5sUb?s, however j
was strtrteient to oSseUlc- one '' a
bamleowte majority. .
First on the list they had a oo-r
drawing card for t&e nUb: in t.S;j
vaaderille aRd pictare " wbh-o
had prerkwely iiltod thei.- boMdt- :
! next they had a big attraction in .i:h. !
iMcFall nfeow ready teMt as touisht
"Vhen I Think of All the Things Hand then they had a-telegram an
aouRoaa: tsi tneir oraer nau .en
Tried for Corns and Failed and
booked for first delivery direit i-m.u
GETS-IT" Got 'erri In a Hurry"
fam eorn eore. There's Hotfe'.ng to Mexico ctty of battle scenes in lie
Welt to the stocirng or secx: yor ! Meateaa capital, which will lneluJe
iern sains MA. Ymrre navwi the 'views takea thrwwhotit the seven .
loUt ef anpllig (ilastere that Rtake , days of Hahtiait These p'xtores are
rtte ce-rn tntlyte oet from the oere. I to be atoag wHhia flfteea days, that
f miYe-aa red aalTes that ftl tato the aaeuat of time betas declared ly'
beaWty flesh and "paH"; n more faes- the vMnre preexeerB ax aeceseary io
NNl with lMRdafes. Ye deal have to aHew for transportation under pr j- '
Mp by ptoWag and dragging oat eat dICleatt eMdMons In Mexico. !
your eoma. or cittmg with ksives or As fer the show toatftiw, it is in
Iktcn. doMbtedlv oae of the stronseM bills '
OET-rr" le safe, pataleea. steps i shown since the Orpbeam chang '
pala. never harts hcaHhy neah. It Is ,'tts policy and opened up Taadevilk-.
fvamMewl. Try it en wte, oallotiaea f MeFarfs Htppodromg Oor and Mon
Mid hnloH. to. )mf circus win be the fefttute at-!
-OlITS-lT- lasdWat all dreplatBftrrtiojt, showing the trained mm-i
at 5 MBto a Kettle, or sent dlreet by , fcey eata; with knife fork and
K. Ijrwreace A Co.. CMeago. i spoon, also the Hdg dgs and ot fa-
Sold Mi IMflhee, by IMabee Drug fX'w attractions so dear to children
Central Fkaniwer IhH 1OOB . hearts. Itae't faU to bring the chii
atemtntlle Co, ijdjea.usaeafcte wowfcrftfl cM'd s rn-
3j ! ' ' .. ,ldewicl!S."Db,TSot: fall' to. see the
Wll. . Te;vr mM recently: -Ijne' ta rfonTo thifttidlitre uf
apt with 'tie an who obyeets to (lie 7 o'clock nightly. The Original Bil
&?m quoted. I do not tMnk God lie Barns in soag and chatter fills
tft&de Wit either rich or pr; tBn' vadellle program. Three fea
hsve deae fhatthemiMlver: Xtbr'P" Pfolured fill the bill, 1M
- ih w hitthLvv iiad " tnm Sn Xav er mhwloa, Tat
ar tliaae hnanware beiwM3jr. 'W.'m,,. Tbls bdl noM four Bigau, un
ijoooMics aad bad everything." - jtll Sunday.
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At some time or another nearly everyone
pet an attack rC the-"bhieV ev-erythins: seems to
go wrong, and the whole wurl-J lias a dreary look
That h the tine woen a little Sonny Brook The
Pure Food Whiskev will perfotn a mnspcal change.
tc ri-h fracrar.t Ixv.' n:. r. anil neMow flavor make
R it a delicious bL-veragc c.-crv goUen drop pleases
G ., A u.w... uA Hn... Tlat nf all . ?l
abxlnl ptmtn an 1 tughlr dtrrUmt mmiichui pn&rii malf
iLa upcrfc t: afe 11. fa.'. Mshiy !- sfictal
Sunny Brcok The Purs Food Vliskc- U Bottled In
Bond e'-en' bottle liears the Green Government Stamp, v that in
J1Hi..n t'. the rriQaklined rar-itea tiv he toiot dt-liUernff ne 5J' "
that err- i"'P h Pr. Mlorel, Ireiffat wkuker uiilanertcil, ur matured
and V. S. atawiard lOfn. preof.
A. STEINFELD & CO.
General Distributors TUCSON, ARIZ.
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