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THE BISBEE DALLY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1U13.
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Superintendent of State Pris
on Replies to Many Ques
tions by Simple Answer
"I Don't Know"
The ftHKHWig aeeftUBt of the testl
mouT oflL 8. Sims, farmer!- of
Douglas, In the prfeon irveatfeatlou,
is taken from the Ariiona .Democrat.
When Superintendent Sims was
called upon, Mr. Jacobs f the house
committee ami the man designated
to quit the witness, plugged into j
severe axamlnaUun .svhtch was not al
io Ted to lax throughout the session.
It vas an ordeal for the RNperlntend
cut th.it held the undivided attention
of the large assemblage or legislators
and ciUaens Interested in the case.
As a prelude to the more start
ling disclosures to be unxvered lat
er. Sims admitted the troth of the
evidence presented vesterday that
Kate Bernard had rkmes with Louis
V Krtfupo. a murderer, and also that
vonvlet wer irn)iUed m the
bireeta orj,Forence In cttfeeu s clolhes
and without guard. Me detiareu,
lion ex er. that In nearly sli cases
:he -ware engaged ie, nriaen business.
He asserted that be bad sent Ander-i
sn fur iha mix boltlBK f bAer for'
hi;. owntStms) tte. and that he did
not know -whether or not Anderson
oer obtained, drink iu Florence.
I Rder prowsara he Admitted that, sev
eral eoaviejs had been fem4 drank In
tome of the rsad carapc
poa betas sjuestfoaed by Repre
sentative Lypch Sims admitted that
poods had been pofd from the com-mi-a'v
department of tit iastitu
tic i tc guanas Had ether inmates and
furthrnnore that a xmgct who was' a
la'nt'T had been permitted to bid
on work iu the 1qt of Florence,
Hat rag sabetaaliated prsetically
alt the important circumstances re
lated by KKarence cHisens yesterday.
K-aatliiex Lynch began his Intimate
iuiz UiHi wast Saperiateedeat Stms
knew and did sot know, bettered and
did not believe and practiced and d'to
"From -what fcotrrc amooc the
state laws did you derive jour power
lo institute the swceHed "honor
system" asked Mr. Lynek.
I don't kaow.' Sim rented. "I'm
not ex en sure I have reed the law"
What power did jeu ha.e to send.
Anderson to a iwloo"'"
Again "1 don't know." from Mr
Represent-jUre Lynch brought out
bit by bit. the details surrounding)
npO-SnOW IN XEW YQlUi BiWS
OlrLiUi!- .'.'JV ' . VtHlUT '
p wiit.N V KX9 I sr ; gi! s , , ix k m i . j a .
aj li''slB f:Jn IflHKailir
-.;sr y-.jMi i-
ummm h "- '
fiSl lag I 1 l 2 I f At I 1
; work Pi am
laviiii 1 uira
h" hu.H ho liixe
iur Utt) vje-sSgp t4
lMnlM,- buil UN uitnrr 1ll X(lr- II
txiuirr in liar li-Itli j.rUr 1'rl.lu-jr-
"lt Tr f Uwhhi lH.Hfliiii ii)
tfur; 231 tHfiMlaurr Itrsuu.
Xlie 4 WeMnUh'trr ICenne club's
doc . rMet Ihs last tx'fn bwl
in .Neu Vk. snMiKtrt. out smw fy
ctumty wvlMiors. lKMiaM, iha
4viK e- little Mm AHee M
1 iiirar. vtnw xliilluI a miluc irr
iivr. aM i!i CMlnce ltcan,
WTr o I'je iuie I'eitogwie. La rj
Thf crcl stKrle of te sxh!bMfcn
coith! wn iutliy t'Wcs jAHr..'
un utiiatMlt Ussltsli uvff ifag uu-l
tf A. ft. StkU cf CirtOaKO.
umaiiivij ib MtM rUitron.
bvmi nMrttoiijlri-s wh tery x
pftktf audi ie uhMiBjf the eslub
tun. 7hr vtvtn greater UtuniuiBt
Mt "(Hfii i t t.'hfe-JK niut ii.nn
oirku oif i!rn Dutiurs. tftnthiay.
(be in.irr "u bred by Tdeun (
Km?lt.i- n.n-knwn breeder o(
buMitKi Ifu Is the (wriecilsii at
bruti (rte unj btrength.
the prison career of Joae Martiuez.
a aotorios murderer. Alter hating
been sentenced to a life term, only
four years of which iiad been served
he nas permitted to work outside the
walls on a road crew.
"VrhM was there ki th record or
Martians that JwrtMtU jun. in that
eas"" uetTtloned Mr. I.ych.
'I don't know," from PIrjs.
Martinez eecajted one day and the
tate eponded $ZOv before se was
"Wha law authorised yon to spend
that money" Mr. Lynch akd
Mr Sims replied, "I dont know "
A 7 "'17 .7 7 ?
isses Ana L.niiaren s
They're Handy Easy To Pat Qn
And Afford Absolute Protection
Against Rain Sizes
8 To 16 Years
W W JsL
There4! no economy 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 roav send vour child to
the doctor and her clothing
to the rummase bag. We have
I M " just received a large new
w aL .,7 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 speH of sickness and a Doctor's bill.
All sizes in the assortment from S 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 you 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 mav 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
styles, full length, sizes from 34 to 42, priced at $4.50,
8.50 and $1000
Br what authority did you send
three men trow. Florence to the scat I
refsrre soke! without guard? wm the
Lest imasmsn shot at avperta
testt. By way of variance Mr. Stan aas
xeras!, "I don't know vacuaer or ao.
I bad ariy power in the aaUur."
iu veoterdav't trsttamnr Ik ibmtf.
oped that serernl borsea asfpuar!
by satct to facilitate (hair ssoswe I
Ttw animate betooged to eontracttne
"OH the state pay ter, tlwa
horse?- Mr. LyMh ntentreu, sad Ms
answar came hack laeafdeatty i
guess they did."
After adnuttiag that b had re-'
leased Bob Warren after a parole lift
bad been refused by the board af con- j
viui cum wu h u nc uki noi; rj.ntnfl. - - - v
l?.Ji5 .-Li wltone dv ! tial JiepMtf rtoolwi
i J i mo nin
lten iat oehool d
the afaMHito familtariat- UioiilEalves
with ffie itprk that wl be Jeft by lUi ,
rt'ttrtai disss. j
""Two (isosoo, numberitiK 30 paplls 1
hrvc been graduated from the course
Of the ciat of 1011 four are atrendint.
th eouefait courses in he fnv-
xcrmlty cf Clttcinaati conUu.'iiig thtir
Stu4iS fwe Ki8erti! or. teaching '
One member of the last cia to gradu '
at 1 saw la Ktcfcaulcs ttitt, UJ I
itoc hesbMV New York. Graduates wo
have entered gpn their mct1ri;
imuos earn rrnnt : to .&Q utic
day. After njpdihittop a Iscj assy pre
pare himself flar a tncttaojlaflfral
ccurse in catl by aMeodiag taa
high sccroi aautisar yiar atio devoting
his stady 1p -Sfngwsqtys and othr cel-lepe-reoukwd
There are qt iHriwaai iu the ooursa
Its studSMts. Of tiiefee there are 4T
fr-sh4n. SS aephoiaoiea, 36 yUuions.
and ti seniors.
"11 laaMug waagii; ytatu to the
saopti aad by hHtriaai of the boys
when te school osamndipK their shop
work the iHrecter of the Industrial
depattmamt Is enabled to keep in ten
itb each boy's wor'k If any unsct
infaetorv condition is found, the atat
ter Is tHken up with the proprietor or
foreman and an effort is made to cor
rect the fault a written rpxrt of the
work of the previous work is retiuirt J
on Monday morning of each student
Discussion of ihop probteras And ques
tions regarding atiop wark are eii
ccuraged iu the classrooat. Mr V,. Ii.
Hunter K duector of th eoorae.
The studU s are along such lines as
"mU bett r tit the pupil to practice1
his trade as a skilled wortuaan and jm
a tbtnktna meohaaie: ther arw aetMa!-
I ly correlated to the trade. KasJisti is.
laugni, so uhk is ver am oibcobt t
uls ork iu clear language and otik
description of it that can be unur
ytoe4 A wtiekly written and oral re-1
port of his shop work i required tc i
be Died for reference to show hio ,
progress. His reading is directed i
along such lines as will acquaint him ,
with the history cf taduray and tht i
( progress of tra ie and lni entlon The I
classic are not itaiorsd. t gtwerer. and i
an endeaxor is made to omtlvate the-i
First Year (all work in sckool)-
BagHsh and curreat events . . 5
AitaeUo, tabhw aad skapla
bop problems 5
Fraabaaa at manhaalssi draw-
iecasd hvmck wos S
SeeoaA Tear aehocl and shop work
K Baking Powder
Those who have had cakes ruined by jarring the
stove slamming the oven door or a heavy footstep, may
have vondered,how the dining car chef can turn out such,
marvelous biscuits, hot breads and pastry when his oven
is bing incessantly jarred and jolted and shaken byithe
motion of the train.
? get pastry to raise and stay raised under these'eon7
dUigos, a baking powdfcr must be used that continues to give off
itS-Jfeavenhig g&sthat sustains the raise until the dough is
Dining Car Chis lave found a baMat pwvdaraaacaV suited
to thek needsvifl K C and you wM! find it itwt as well suited to
your requirements. KCk really a Wend of two bskio; powders.
one activu as scon as insistcaed. the ether rsquMn both raofe
tu'e and heat to start the generation of leavening gas. Noraatter
hpw moist and rich you make your cake, K C Itaking Powdef wai
sujlaln the raise until a crust is formed snd all danger of fattng
K C Baking Ponder U pure and heaHhfuL It is guaranteed
under aH pure food laws, and is guaranteed to please you. And it
it soil at a reasonable price no baking powder should soil for more
Try a can at otir risk and be convinced.
Mfoeaanbnn of machines . . .
First aid to injured.
. Ktxsehsad and raechanir&i draw
ing Fourth Year (school and shop
work atternateiy ) .
Commercisl geography utd bust
Shop amtheasatica, alselm ajt I Shop aatanatics
geosoetry ...fcj sfechsnism of macktess . .
Paystes. , Physics, electricity and r-6at
"Wes I Caeuiistn
Government Endorses Time
revision Scheme Be
tween. Study and Trade '
after he had startedtto serre- oste-
! Mr. 8Jms wag Informed that fce
j did not seatkm In his annual report
, to the governor the esesp of thes-
repottd "honor men," nor the money
expended ut thci recapture The su
tke stadMA I
( ierintebdeBt's jast'flcation was thai ,
I oe inuugai sucd uiioniiiuioa wouta
inlllra k. ,m. nMM aa.s tt ,. hull.. !
t .uwi,.; .wwwr iwyw i. tuuQwsaHiij uuwj.
oew t&tend to gc to
CjV. PMIkroc tktoks
that On scheme may be w0 worked
hero to the advantage ef pupil aad
enplo) T3 u k posibie that Mr
Phllbrook v.iil confer with Copper
tj;ie-n and C and A. oifctals in re-
ar to joci ftwHwratiCi to t ett.
he thought such infonnatioa would 'm . 8ehinery' The foU-vwinT ci'rcuUu
sVIIS .Tit if anfv Oh4IhVuV kv ft. . V..
When asked uaaer what autaorAy -. -. ht.M. vguL, T r-
- - -. - v. v
this aciMone baa warked favorably ta
other places as waN as hi rttchhurg,
atassw-kat DttchboHc w3 takes aa aa
example far there has beB working
fo parfeewn for Sve years aad a-
) of the law goods worth $44 had
, ueee parchaad froaj th Oid Uoatiiv
I km Commercial compaar. of OJwbe.
by oonvict camps when they sbooid
have bees bought only by coatract.
CTtmo ...unj ,K. V AlA , . t- . f" " " j-
- " TZtfEZF2L
we w or, . ia the FttchbisK Mlsfe achooi. Jtc
I years The ftrst. or bslbaaa year, is
spent in school, tfartag ta remain
teg three jtrs th student alter
aad without experience la the man
agement of a penal ipstltotioa wkest
he assassed charge of th Ftorwaos
;rison. He admitted uner presac-
that seven ' honor men' had escaped
dnriag his administration, aad tha
perhaps sense men who were under
the death penalty aright hare saal
cotslde the prise n wans.
Froat tbe Gasette th tbilowiag
account of testiinony glvea before tha
prteon inveatlgatiag oownalttee by
Hob. C R Aeppy aad Hoa Tlios F.
i Weedtn at ta keartag on Mosoay:
j It was after S o'clock when Mr.
I Price SaiBhed , his testimony aad a
recess waa taKen until ; ft'cwjeki At
nates between the school and the
wrap or snanv Fpsnwtaw, a weK at a
I'ae in Ach, i jn&n mn.!(tirtng
eitaj;uinseou ie w-opcr.ted with
the sebcol aiaariUaa 1a mxk ng the
f3rS0 posibte. A&renticekiu is
ouVred st prfseat ja ike machinist's
trade pattern ntaZl;v, saw maklag,
orufticg Iron moaldla.?, tlnrmithiag,
piping printing, m tie tnd oXca
work There is, however, no limit tc
(ke number of trades that mny be
cbos'B. The ectranre nnciiremeaa
are me sawe as for the regular nigh-
chool course. .
"A triltt nsrlflK ri-itin ntr,nh te fHml
r; skop bespss ac to end of the Srsi
la this way tbej
Ids own apritudes and o aeftsw wheth
er he 4Ats io eater tfpoa tk coarse'
peraanaBtiy. At the esuirauea el
that hoar C. B. Happy wsr
the stand. Repw toriareit thai tho V-L. Z, TrJU.
i pretests were true, he saw, aan & ftw t.mt)Ai.ji ,n,, Ah.t
would like aee toe raayirats gc to
, Plorone He wouki also like to w
, others, Mr. Happy was alarated abatt' , . ' M Jz Z!zZZ?Zll r-r!Z.
what the coatiicta Mdht fcx RoiTiw tWs S4DwsmBt tfca n1nwttea
is- ,d.ii,hmb. .M s ..vtaiu I Ce "? P' 8W tsssgk the p-..
J A Miches, a merchui who has i ,, . iT a--
frenaeBtly hwW coatroets for furntsb-
Freehand aad maekairieal Amw-
iag -.,. ......
Third Tear (seheei awa ajakp wark
Eogiiak , ...'
1Wwn BsatksiiiBllrs ...,..,... .
Freehand and raechantcal draw-
iiiK ... A t
St Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix. Art
anna, ofTex a three years- course of
tralBisg. For detailed Infurniatkm ad
dress S -gtertntendeat of Training
IkAooL i-re tiseaaL S33
Rent Paid In Roses.
A bouquet of red roses was banded
to the warr'ea of St Olave's grara-
i mar school. Toeiey street. Ijjnuoa.
Bapland. at the prize diatribttUoa. the
other day as the rent of a pieee of
laud leased to trustees la 15S fer tbe
benefit of tbe poor of the parhm. The
lease was for "a term of 506 years
at tho yearly rent of a red rose pay
able at mtdsu;nier K lawfully de-uaaded"
ro CURE' A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXAT1VB imOMO Quialae
Tablets. Druggists rafkad raonyy ff
it fails to cure. E. W. aitOVBS afg
iiaturc is ono each 1k. 25c, Aifver-
. ft.. ,
fBs?MlJtaa1lallll, i rjmsiSi3S3Fr
Is A Permanent
ement To Your
IZtectric Wiring Makes Your House .
2ore Desirable To Live In
serres a a eesret between parent
JisKJl: J-kUSi KKSiS5-
whfle the Floreuee sewer waa betes
daR be kad aeca two ef 'he eenvicu
the bey ha echwri as an ttfeare far
aim proper eWa sac tsaaUatatt
ssHiPr use hi i iw,, n wtwi. miswi -n,niM.
, - w ". '. Sv kreefies rKmvg- Ut
T1? ". "fr" " "?-. wrk t tke akaB
year the' ap-J
sbosM be kept 1
t iese carcfaHy seal
Mayer Tbataaa F.
the note&ee BtoeV,
i Wardm Siaw wa
. rUinwit that Tjlui Waa
1 .... , nlXLlL.
MHnnimuii Htinaiu uwn urarwi , ...
.h-hHiki A t s- " ie ys.
A?f -iTrTl "st kear. aavkeg tk
i-ww-. i ,aior vear, H e-nts. Thk aasoantu
. ime - . a,. .- , m
- -,, nt " "' " " iira' "IT "MS1W
wtmim, sonar a. , , ,, , . , A a st A. .1.
tieessred that; .w-,. , -,- j v uca
miw.mui.wm r-wm- BVWV1M SOU IP-
Work ta the she
lis pnaeMt deriag acaJjijK D5tet-
, Tti Mwsf ifl that wAea wet
Sfc2.T,SS,S!' iNe pres, becae he did sot want
K5 ZrL521f? T T, C to w . of pt.yg ,. au
kors uetft JEUJttO uork. uULhe towa . . , a.7 fi.
' don"E l5w T5L?SDtJS -ecatly. The. wtesas rami Basel. e
Z?.r-ZZ:-ZrJr.:t SJr.S -o.tmdec lW-s the Flereaee
12 ,t-T-,4 iUW W,u W- ,..,J1 .yi ftA t,.,, JM4 a
the rrisfl" wonM aot work
tvesnw h. Weedlu. wu aayw
Weedin said that he bad net signed
HoeH" sty standtng aad doUrertns a
If you want to 9eH, yoa will get back your investment in wiring and fixtures
ami tfce Ijoase wiH Seti twckr. ."--' , - - '
If yml1mrtritttoe(pfa&$xt, erjtrlrrwTrlfigiripnke it etttieiito obtain
a rlesixatjlitatjisc. T,V
If yoaare notraea wer Sjrfa ll"1 uf"wr you hnPJiaJriit
tie otfEt W'doil df irfflti jpfigia, ' 's"? ' "'
With your huwe trtrisi yo itfe iwt Only pftu-od for electric Kgiitimj but
can use frem the ordinary lamp 9ocket, the electric iron, toaiternercolator,
cjiainif 4fei, 3irrnitt$: V&, sewing machSSFrriotot, sjid nwny CffHer appli
anQBaV any of.?yhcii will brteg &4d4 coenfort .and eoHvenienoe, at slight
coat fop ateotricir. -" -& --
By fcbe ust of the high efficiency lamps (Edison-Mazda )now pbtainabte
rowenabJc prices, the inonfbiy bJH for etecrrlcuy can be kept vritirfn tjie
readi rf a!f
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