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IUE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1913.
Heirs uf Paddy Cunningham
Get Decision for $85,000
and Interest Against
SUED FOR S544.00&
A tldeolsion rendered In the case
wherein the heirs of the late Paddy
Cuuninharo ued the estate of iMurtla
' Costello forv $544,0746, was banded
down yesterday In Tombstone by
Judge Smith', of- Yavapai county, e
foro whom the .case as tried last
Ootober. Judgment was In favor of
the heirs for $SS,000 and interest
which is to .e computed by Judge
Smith, but the manner ot computa
tion is now a matter ot .contention
among the attorneys. It is consid
ered that the Interest allottment will
readily exceed $&0,000.
Today there were arious motions
filed and argumets had on the same.
Principal among these jas motion by
the plaintiff for judgment in the sum
originally asked and Interest on $31S,
24(5 from January . 1913; motion for
additional .interest in the sum of ?S.
488.44, btjjing interest on the entire
amount asked; motion for award cf
damages in the sum of $31,744.25,
because of detarrment from proper
These "morons were all denied by
the court, the defense filing excep
tions and thus preparing the way for
appeal. The court at this time an
nounced that all motions that may
be filed by either side will be given
bearing the' last week in March.
.'This case has attracted a great
deal of local Interest because of the
nido acquaintance of Martin Costello
and Cunningham. The case was n-
ttituted by the late George .Neale and j
Jtoy Jiorfoot, as. atorneys lor ice
Cunningham heirs and later Hon. Eu
gene S. lves, of. Tucson was brought
Into the case with Neale and Morfoot.
' There' was an array of prominent
attorneys to represent- the Costello
estate including Ben Goodrich and
ioseph Scott, of Los Angeles, Ellln
Tiood and Rofcs and Williams and
foanlgan, of this city. At the trial
last October all these attorneys were
present and every conceivable light
ing ground was stubbornly 'cotered.
biari.tfPUie pioneer residents of the
district and county being called as
A jury w-s called to pass on the
facts in the case and this jury ren
dered anerdict, practically giving to
the plaintiffs the full amount claimed
Since th's verdict of the jury at
torneys for both sides have submit
ted voluminous briefs and a special
hearing was granted last month
"when, the attorneys for the defendant
ostath asked that the case be. re-opened'
go that additional evidence
might bo submitted. This was de
nied. The -exceptions taken by the at
torneys for the plaintiffs yesterday
do not necessarily mean that an ap
peal will be takpn. but the expecta
tion is that Ihe case will go to the
supreme court on appeal taken fc
one side or the other.
THE GREAT STEEPLECHASE
at the Itoyai Theater Ad- ertibcment
yVwd -'-ew. a
It's Time You Were Ordering
Your EASTER Suit
Sack, No. 817
Exclusive Local Dealers
HEW LUND BILL
Senator Davis Proposes Bill
for Disposition, Either by
Sale or Lease of
iMEASURE IS REVIVED
Senator Davis ot Maricopa has in
troduced a bill In the senate that is
calculated to put the land policy, so
much under discussion alieady in the
senate of Arizona, prominently in toe
public eye. His bill E. 11. CI, Is n
titled. An Act to continue the slate
lK)anl of land commissioners, to en
large and extend Its duties, and pro
viding fur the disposition, control and
administration ot the public lands ot
The bill has eight specific features
that are worthy of mention especial
ly in the light ot the controversy
that has gone on in this regard to
The features are as follows:
1. Provides a continuation of state
2. Gives the state land commission
exclusive jurisdiction over the public
lands o fthe state under rules and
regulations conforming to the en
abling act, other acts of congress re
lating to specific grants, and tie
S. Provides for the sale of tlmfcer
and other natural producls" on public
lands. . , '
4. Provided for the sale of puWIp
lands under reclamation project anil
for lease ot such lands as may not;
bo sold to proier advantge to tao
3. Proldec for lease and admin
istration of ether public lands aad
protects Improvement rights.
C. Provides for a 20 jear term
contract purchase upon lands; under
reclaraaticn projects, taxes and In
terest on same to go to tbe-tuttd'frcm
which the land ptprjucing It, belongs.
This Is to give the poor man a
7. Provides for advertising such
lands to attract leasers and pur
chasers. j.. oenaior uavis says, j.o sei
some of the benefit of eur laud
grants during this generation and re
lieve some of the heavy tax burdens."
Need Attention in February and
March or Face May Stay
Now is tne time to take special arc
of hc complexion if vou wish it to
look well tho rst of the year The
Februar and March wind, have a
strong tendency to "bring out freck
les that ma) slay all summer un'ess
removed. Now is the time to use
othlne double strength.
This prescription for the remo-val
of freckles is tho discovery of an em
inent skin specialist, and is to uni
formly successful that it is bojd by
Central Pharmacy under guarantee
to refund the money if it fails. Get
an ounce of othine double strength
and even a few applications should
show a wonderf'.i improvement,
some oi tb smaller freckles even
anUblnp entirely dve.-tisement.
If you are contemplating
the purchase of a tailored-to-order
suit for Easter, we rec
ommend that you let us send
your measure to
Ed. V. Price & Co.
our famous Chicago tailors,
because from no other source
can you obtain such correct
style, admirable 'workman
ship aqd "High quality in
clothes at a correct price.
Better select your pattern
t today while there is time.
Suits from $25 to $45
rJTjcSrSBk! Vw 1
GOVERNOR lil IN i
Sells Controlling Interest in
the Old Dominion Com
mercial Company to
Globe Buyers '
A PIONEER" BUSINESS
GLOBE, V. 1) Kisk, B. V. Snell
and John S. Cook yesterday closed n
deal whereby they will purchase the
controlling interest in the Old l)o
minlon Commercial company this
morning for a sum said to be $225,000.
Cash will be paid for the stock held
by Governor 'George V. P. Hunt, N.
S. Ben ay of Long Keach. Calif., and
M. C. Kenton of Santa Ana, Calif.,
and options have been taken on the
stock of Georee Klngdon and J. Suter
ol Globe. A. T. Hammons, cashier and
assistant general manager ot the com
pany and Cyril Byrne, a member of
the state land commission will re
tain their holdings In the concern.
An election will be held when new
officers wilt be named for the com.
pany. At the present time Governor
Hunt Is president and general man
ager. Mr Hammons cashier and as
sistant general manager, and Mr. Su
ter viee-jpresident and treasurer.
The Old Dominion Commercial com
pany Is one ot the most widely known
and financially suicessftil business
houses in this section of the country.
An imoUicJa! estimate of the- volume
of Its business done by the store, ex
clusive of the banking business,
placed the amount at $40,000 a, monfc.
Mi. Hammons. who has been direct
ing; the affairs of the conmany since
tbo election of Mr. Hunt as governor
refused to make an statement re
garding the transfer of the control of
concern. He would not sav whether
he exacted o remain In his present
capacit with the company, but jt is
expected that at tho meeting he will
Bill in Legislature to Give
Justices ot Peace Juris
diction Had Before
REVISE SCHOOL BILL
PHOEMX. Ariz., Feb. 26. Thre
bills were Introduced in the house.
No". 43, by Jacobs, is highly im
portant. It carries an emergency
clause and will restore to justices
of the peace any Jurisdiction and
powers they bad before Arizona be
came a state.
Harry Johnson Introduced No. 45,
which is to prohibit the attorney
general or his assistant practicing
law and raises the attorney general's
salary from $2300 to $3000 a year.
Aid for Schools.
Last year the legislature passed a
bill to allow any high school or
normal school $2500 for agricultural
and mining purposes, after certain
conditions had been compiled with.
'There were defects in the measure
! ,-klnh miHa if Innrwratlrn YpStr?r-
day Representative Jones introduced
the bill with the defects remedied.
Representative Kerr Introduced a
resolui'on Inviting D. C Collier, di
rector general of the San Diego ex
position, to address the finance com
mittee In both the house and sen
ate March 3. It was adopted in both
the house and senate. The resolu
tion was Introduced by Wessel.
To Register Women.
Tho committee on suffrage and
elections recommended the passage
of Senator Davis's bill for the regis
tration of women, with a alight
The house bill providing that the
adjutant general may spend money
for armories In cities where halt the
cost is paid by the citizens, was
'tntrnn fpnmtlin mlfttidar nt thft fnm-
mittee of the whole and referred to
the appropriations committee. This
is only a temporary setback in the
progress of the bill, which seems
certain of passage.
Upon the recommendation ot thei
Judiciary committee, ltraiiners bill
to require mat any appointive oi-
! fleer shall be a resident of the coun-
1 m nw vAmtnk In TcIsIaTi llt 4QPV01
J OVi4Wfc (U n uu " -
was postponed indefinitely. Favor
able reports' were made by the same
committee on Irene's amend-uln. to
the game law and Korr bill to pun
ish the circulators of misleading ad
vertisements. Kerr's bill, by the
way, will practically prohibit the
sate of patent medielnos in Ari
zona. Ball' prison bill occupied - neaxl
all the! tiraef spent tfy thojihouse jn
committee of the whole. Numerous
slight amendments were made, some
being offered by the author. A
favorable report was made on the
measure in iUb amended form.
Has perfect digestion from
ihe use of a well-known
remedy that all
The temper of the family and the
good cheer around the table, depend
so much on the good digestion of each
individual present that the experi
ences of some former dyttpeptlcs who
overcame their trouble should bo ot
Interest to those now suffering ii
The bebt aiHico one can give
but it is advice that is seldom heeded
Is to eat slowly and masticate each
mouthful carefully. However, If slow
eating and careful mastication fall
the next aid is one close to nature,
Dr Caldwell'B Syrup Pepsin. This
remedy is an excellent digestant, and
in addition to helping in tho diges
tion of the food, acts gently on the
liver and bowels, ridding them of tho
accumulation of waste that should
long ago have been passed off. It is
safe, reliable, pleasant-tasting, and
results aro guaranteed.
In the opinion ot such peopln as
Mr LJ. Qulnn. 1117 Newport Ave.,
Chicago, It is the ideal remedy for in-
digestion, no matter how severe, con
stipation no matter how- chronic, bil
iousness, headaches, gas on tho stom
ach, drowsiness after eating and slm
Mr. Qulnn says: "Wo use Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin as a family rem
edy and every member of the family
Trcm the Ave year old. who Is the
youngest of six children, to Mrs.
Qulnn and myself, nso it for stomacn
trouble, sick, headache and to regu
late tho bowels."
You can obtain, Br Caldwell's Sy-
Everything Possible Care Is
Taken to'Prevent Spread
of Sninal Meningitis
TUCSON. Teb. 27. It wa3 decided
nst night that the theaters and the
skating rinks could be opuned Friday
night to all those over eighteen years
The onlj development In the men
ingitis situation yjsterdaj was the
giving of authority by the couno
health superintendent to raise tbo
ban on university students who re
side in the city, who will now be al
lowed to tesume their work at the
university. These students were sus
pended, the first of the week but aj
no new cases have developed it was
thought safe to raise the ban.
Mayor Huffman stated that he wa
unable to, tel' as jet whn the ban
on church meetings and theaters
would be raised, as It depended on
developments today, tomorrow and
Saturday The romtuera desired to
know what .vould be done so they
would know whether to publish
A nii.o-ye&r-old ebild thought jto
have had the disease was brought to
the city Tuesday jr-orping from Itei
Hock and placed in tho contagion
nerd at tne county hospital. Bactpr
ioiogtcal tests failed to show the
presence of tho disease grrms. but at
rome of the svmptoms resemble tnoe
of meningitis all of the Nets rciatinK
to the case and the history of the
case have been transmitted to Dr
J.ooney. state health odcr, so that
he might refer the matter to the
health authoriUes of Pinal county.
Tho legislature is not to meet the
first Tuesday in February of each
odd numbered year Instead of the
second Monday. Bradner's bill to
provide for the submission of an
amendment to tho constitution mak
ing such provision was Indefinitely
The state Institutions committee
criticUed the report of the superin
tendent of the pioneer home, declar
ing that it wa3 not sufficiently in
detail. The report was sent to the
committee' on appropriations.
Graham's measure requiring that
only coaulr assessors shall apply
each tax payer with a list of prop
erty assessed against him was
placed on final passage and carried
22 to 13.
The report of the board ot dental
examiners was received from the
governor and referred to the state
Brooks' house bill to provide for
the payment of costs ot suits brought
in the federal courts against the
state and state officers, was passed
In the senate under a suspension of
tho rules. There was no division.
Senate bill No. 27 providing for the
game thing, was disposed of by the
indefinite postponement route.
Senate Mil So. 6, by Hughes,
which has caused fighting for nearly
two weeks, was placed on final pas
sage and carried. Only Harrison
and AVeseel voted against it .This
- :rii3 - the..; bill, to make It possible to
acea tia ine tfarpegie -fleserj, laoora'
tory, at Tucson, tho 320 acres it now
occupies, on condition that It be used
only for educational purposes. A
similar deed can be made to any
fnstliutlon- chartered by the federal
MR. L. J. QU1NN
rup Pepsin at any drug store for llfty
cents or one dollar, the latter size
being bought by heads ot families a! -ready
familiar with its merits. Rq
suits aro always guaranteed or mone;
will be refunded.
When you use Svrup Pepsin you
will see tho fallacy of chewing mint,
and tablets or of taking cathartic,
salts, pills and similar drastic med
icines. Unlike these. Syrup Pepsin
does not lose its good effect, and by
automatically training the stomach,
and bowel muscles ,to do their worH.
tojn restores these organs to normal.
If no member of your1 family. ha
ever used Syrup Pepsin and J'on
would like to make a personal trial
cf it before buying It In Umj regulal
way of a druggist, send our address1
s postal will do to Ir. W. B. Calit
well, 417 Washington St. Montlcello;
ill., nnd a free cample bc'tlo win be
mailed you. 10S.
THINK OF IT
A Beautiful Complexion
IN n MINUTES
If yon r fortunate cnonsh to bare
tbu but rab-b y.or .y jou U b one
f ta tapplwt women In Ux. world
tor 1 will blatel7 guaranu to ftivo
bcmfal em!ln in ft mlantei
WITHOUT C8T TO YOU. 1U
tb hirtorv of tlw- world' lolUtto there
hftl M.VFH t ftny time, bwn orh an
offer a thl alwl tho teat of all I thl
1.U o-tS TRY 1D BE COSVLNCED
IIKIOBE yoa spend a Kindle penny
Tuou-ands of the flneft ParUUa society
women are tiln tnis etumellne
Urrr', th- ,tory: I ipent the lart two
yeare In Enrope, and itorlne toy traell
lal-eoeered an old FrlUn phyilclan
Riaklic race Enamellne I tried hie
preparation and wee completely anaeeil
at the reolt I wee delighted I wae
iliundentrock I eoold hardly bdleee
my on eyef From him I purchaied the
formal and I completely control It
Two montha eo I (fare out ft raw
tamplee to women f ii'd of mine, and
inee that time I haee been literally
ewaraped with requeeta for thla Tarldan
Tare EAamellne Women hare beeleffed
me at my home Implored ine to Klre
Urn more of ray preparation. !fow a
miany ha been formed to market
thi amaln Face Ename'lne, and I will
mke 'e o v-men happy thta month.
1 ou can be amonr them If you decje.
My raruian race EnameUne c?tr3
blthmark molea. frecklei, blotchee,
Jackheada, larffe porea, llrerepot, b
Mlntely no maeartnff Deceaaary. Tire
minatee ! all that's needed to girt yon
a perfect tattory complexion. It can't n
ot Hakes you bcantifol Immellatily
Keeps jenr skin la exqoWte eondlUon.
mtonfreiheeeryaay. Ladlee carry u
In their porres. It eradicates wrinkles
presenU chspplnjc. Really It's the most
amaafn K preparation Itthewhole vord.
Jtwl now. In order to Introduce It to
American women 1 announce that upon
receipt of cents In stamps orcein, to
help pay pectins, posuee, time spent la
wrapplcaT. etc , I will send eeery lady a
zraerons sample to carry to her purse. I
know so we!-, that after yoo haee tried
this rrlln EnaraeHne, yon wm be
wildly dellrhted. I tell yon poslUiely
there's nothlnK like It In the whole world.
After yoo hare rewired yonrjackat-e,
let yoar lady frfcocs try It. They will
fee amased. I wnl mall a peeks' to
ercry lady that tenda U t cehU la
stamps or sUeer.
SOS . IlKAKIlOItJf 8T.
Has moved to Medi-ovich Bidg.
I'hoiw 41 Opposite Orpbeum
O. K St. Vj 31k. from Depot
Good Rooms and Table
Board by Djy or Week.
I i . 4 ' I
P. OvBos 12SS
Printer and SUtloner
IS Mahaim- Building W6BBE ARIZ.
We have the most complete stock of gold . rlngsv in? -the
citv, almost any setting, design or pattein may
be found at this store.
L. L. GILMAN
Opp. Post Office
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irfjf.r.rr. ,. ry-' -
Omce Main St,
lu,..WlM I I I M.I.... Ill.ll.l0
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jfU8r!Xi-5:; 3 PS nH ftrfsOO OUTSIDE ROOMS 1
l &&&Ulmm m WS ,5 W,TM BATH I
K- " ' milWMMtif NOFITHtRNHOTtLCa.PROP. f
g "3H0TELthAuBE5T 1 LjQkFE rank l crampton. mo!
I In oil tho WEST" yN CONNECTION bates i.oo tn dayjup !
Coal! Grain! Hay!
Cotton Seed Meal and Cake
Horses and Mules For Sale
See us for fine Livery Rigs
Brophy Carriage Company
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pains Web
ber &. Co., Bos.ton and Calumit.
LoyanS. Bryan, Chicago end Naw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Bishec Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RE""AII JEALER3 IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PiNh, REDWOOD 3HV.GLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND J.aSHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND VEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL fARKS. Manager
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Ho.e Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. ra.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon DaHj HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
i Correspondence Solicited.
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot flro when a
a lot of poor coal sends out no
beat at nil. It Is economical to
buy our coal because It is
clean, goes farthest, makes
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
wood, Any length.
&. Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables