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1HE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
NEWS BY WIRE
Ths foll1ng. la an advertiement submitted by Wm. L. Conger In tho to
Ut vMi ntMt by Mr. Ilaiglqn- rmpimt
Cast Territorial Criminal Cases
Now Coming Before U. S.
. 'Court of Appeals This
One' Is Much Famed
KOSWELb N. M. Sept. 22. Judge
William V. Gatenood. of Iloswell,
who was the leading attorney In the
celebrated, mrder ease that was tried
at' Caxriiozo, In Lincoln - county, 1r
1910. wherein Kev. John- Trapp, n
mtnlster ojthe Church of Christ,' and
his sons. John O. and Malcolm, were
tried Jointly ,for tho murder of Wc'b
J. McAdams, a deputy sheriff of Lin
coln county i and the father and son,
John, were' acquitted and the son
Malcolm, was found Kuilty, and eon
tenced to a 'term of from five to ten
years In the penitentiary by Judge
Me.ch.era, left th!s morning for Ieu
ver, whero the caso fs still hanging
lire la tlie United States circuit court
of; appeals, and is set for hearing to
morrow. This Is ono o fthe most extraordi
n arycrimlnal cases in the - history
of. New Mexico, and is an echo of ter
ritorial dajs before statehood was
Malcolm Trapp's case was appealed Jq.s8 j3 disheartening to tho
to .the supreme court of New' Mexico,
anil that -body was equally divided ns
to reversal or not au dthls had' the
le:;al effect of afBnnatlon of the low
cr jcoUrt.and the case was taken to
th United States circuit court of ap
peils,1 which sits at St. Paul, Minn.
St,!Loul,s ijvo., and Denver.
Trapp "was released in $5,000 bond
pending the1 disposition of his case
ana is living now at Broomtield,
Greenlee County Officers Fol
lowing Promising Clues in
Connection with Morenci
CLIFTON, Sept 22. Concerning the
blowing up of the Catholic churc in
Morenci and the earlier attempt upon
the life of the priest of the parish, thi
Copper Km primes the following de
At about four o'clock on the morn
ii -, of Sunday, September 14, the citi
zens of Morenci were awakened by a
terrific explosion, the results of which
were tho total destruction of the
Catholic church at that place Til8
was the second attempt to destroy the
church, and must have been gratify
Ingg to the perpetrators as the force
of tho explosion which shook every
house In the town, completely de
stroyed that part of the church which
remained partially intact after the
first attempt at its destruction.
At this last attempt the miscreants
fully succeeded in their dastardly
work, completely demolishing beyond
any hope of repair, the beautiful altars
with all their costly furnishings. Thi3
Go to the
and order a
case of Blatz the
beer that should be in
every household where a superior
malt beverage is desired.
Generations ago Blatz was brewed by an old
fashioned brewer in a primitive rashion. Today
the methods are modern and original, and the capac
ity of the plant is enormous, but the quality and
character of the product remain the same as of old.
LOWELL BEER CO., Distributors
ALWAYS THE SAME-GOOD
pois were four in number, and in-'stood that grave suspicions are laid
eluded members of the most promin- against certain parties. At the time
ent families in Morenci. Among those ' of
arrested was Iteverend Camet, who
communicants of the church, as thei'33 f&r some time in charge of the
various objects with which the altars Catholic work at Morenci and who
were furnished represented the ex
penditure of much time and finances1
upon their part.
It Is surmised that a very" large
amount of explosive was used as the
force was sufilclent to Jar buildings fectedby a detecUve representing the.
greatdlstances from tho scene of the ' Burns agency, of Loa Angeles. Cal-
was succeeded toy Jlevernd Colli',
the priest in charge at the time of
the first explosion. Reverend Canet
was In El Paso at the time of Ms
arrest which is said to have been ot-
oxploslon. The first explosion, some
weeks slnve, destroyed the church
Boulder county4; Colorado, and -prill bo.wlUl the exception of the altars and
v ivu. cr r niaiicauui v ia portion 0 fthe walls, and -work was
year ago the caso-was con-i contemplated toward the erection of
Reterend Camet, tolth the three
jjnst certain parties. At tne time i -. jr-TT -t J? C J 1
the first attempt at the destruction; H Gflf? SJlR? fa? fiiP-
of tills church, suspicion was held, "-'" ,"' .. . w s..w
against a former inhabitant of Mo-j
reucl, but who has been removed from , ( fVjl CJ'T'J Oj
there for soma Urns. This man has' ' ' ' J1. v
stood that he is now in Mexico. I l-o 8 O S in jT3 rf"Vs
It will be remembered that before -s- 1 iOJlCiSiVi Lfl
the first atlempt to destroy the church,
the home o ithe pWes.1, Reverent
Colle, was dynamited seemingly In an
f ffort to destroy tlio life of the priest.
but who because of having changed
Mexicans who were residents of Mo-j "Is sleeping rooms, was mortunat WATfi!! FRR THF flTlli-R H&i F
,ot ,, ,,-, .i, ritttnr. nin onoueh to OfcCAHo with onlv a shook i MnlUM I Ult I lie. Uilll.ll UfiLi
i vti.i nao vi vuui vu v. iuuu, "iivv ( . - - - j
they were haled before the court of onoruy auer mu. auempi on me me
-i . . - luuivmiimicu iu"uiu uio vicvuun ui iHBV were naiea Deiore uie court oi -. ..-. .... ..v.n.v .. ... ...
St. Loims and as!Cneu fori n A wy.....i. am i.a ' . . ..! . . . , , ,.,tr ,r. .le, i,n fe.i, .irn..
.. ji.i....i. ... .1. ii i "" "-"utu uu mo souie one, uic .mage iieoiwu. juuge ionarn laiieu - -- jwrai, ma v'",wi -"- ... . nM. irioiniv
and disposition at thp fall intention being to utiliie as much of to find evidence against 'the three . mited- For some Ume after the first! Yt l.NJj. JJ "30 Vr
l'j3' court term at Denver, and' Is set
fqrsjudlcinl notice September 23! ThP
sajte of Xew Mexico will be repre
stotedr there by Attorney General
Ffanl; W. Clancy .of Sanu Fe.
FCbe then territory of New Mexico
Kawardr R.VrighCthe case' having
resulted in strong factions in the old
turbulent county of Lincoln.
Judge Gatewood also attends that
court at thi stime In behalf of James
"Walker, who was convicted here of
cattle stealing several years ago and
was sentenced by Judge Pope to a
Teose will be the last criminal ca3es
the remaining material as would have' three " lexicons that was sufficient f explosion, guards were maintained
adoui a week before tne las ex
plosion, several arrests were made in
connection with the first attempt to
destroy the church. The arrested per-
in the history of New M"erico to Le
taken to the United States circuit
court of appeals, as these were under
territorial law, and as" New Mexico Is
a state now this court only handler
civil matters" on appeal from st-ite su
preme court and all criminal matters
now appealed from state supreme
courts must go as a place of last re
sort to the supreme court of the
United States at Washington.
to lustlfv their detention and they , arounu b iamouc caurcn property,
were accordingly released The priest,1 but the guard has been suspended fori
Keverent' camet, was neia in jjou.vu , "'" ujub. iwintuu wiw m. i"ij
bond, which he succeeded in Rivlag. ' charge of tlie church at Horend O-T TWw.
The knowledge possessed b7 Reveretd . August C. and was succeeded by Rev uifi)
Camet Will, upon tl!3 promise, oe fll ereuu i-eter, ra was m tiiaiht; iu.
vulgeil at tho nex session of the' ihe time of the explosion last Sunday
grand wry which will b eriext month i morning Thus tho case become
Sheriff Patty -and District Attorney more complicated still, it belcg the
Horton visited at Morenci early this belief of many at the Ume of tho first
week. In an effort to determine upon "xplosion that the perpetrators were
the arrest o fthe guilty parties. How-' determined u;,on the life of Reverend
ever no arrests have been made at i Colle. ,
this ' writing. The officers under the
HiroHnn r.f lrfitli Mr Pnttv aril -T113
lice Lally. the latter of Morenci. a- Hfl
working on the case, ana it is unoer-
III The clothes we se
8 never designated by that time
6 phrase as good as" forthesimpl
1 trv tney are
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in every one and that means:
They' redesigned correctly.
Cut with unerring skill.
Tailored by men who use
their brains with their hands anil
' from- woplens of sterling purity.
There is nr) extravagance
in purchasing such clothes at any
fair price; certain iy not, at the
prices wc quote below.
ISMS M. m. am bk
Encourages Improved Roads
Enthusiasm Cochise Is
Leading with Many Betterments
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What would you do if your husband died tuddouly? l
I would colleat hte insurance from GUS HAlOLHlt. THB nL'AL
KSTATK, FIHK AND LIFE INSURANCE MA, OFFJC1J OPP. OK
POT. PHONE 7C. also place psy real estate In hlst hands, and after
that, so far as Luslneea worries are concorned life would be easy.
Halgler's reimtation for square dealing, and prompt senlce. Is A 1.
attention Automobile Men
W e have tnstalfed a "Vowser
gasoline system and are handl
ing gasoline and lubricating oil.
The Most Convenient Place in "owni.
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
Even for Scaffolding
you need good sound lumber. It
has got to b safe or you may
have a damage suit on your
hands, pur spruqo and hemlock
scaffolding is as carefully se
lected as our finished, dumber.
If it Is put up right, it will staV
up. And no weight you can put
on It will break it down.
Bisbee Lumber Company Inc.
Emil Marks, Mgr. Phone 25
L. J. OVERLOOK
It Will Be Printed In
This Paper and the Two
Show the Location of
s oTYeiyt-Z z
. .vjjji an ui me Boumern part or tne -
) btate come reports of preparations for Z.
, the El Paso to Phoenix race and It Is
i becoming manifest that nothing has i
, ever given such an impetus to road j
repair and Improvement as hts the '
I -omIng of thi sevent. Here in Cochise
I county the state engineer and Suoer-'
I visor Kocb are now out looking over '
, road work and the promise of the
j board has been given that the road
j from here to Tombstone and thence
i to Fairbank and Huachuca siding and '
j tho county line will be repaired after ,
ine rains ana put in Letter condition
than they heretofore have heen. From '
Douglas to the New Mexico line some
wort: will also be done. As to th
bridge at Fairbank Assistant State j
Knglneer Hyan sajs It will certainl j
have been completed before Novem-I
ber l. as he expresses it, "It It Is not!
I will leave thp county." I
- Hut It is not only in Cochlte that
road work Is in progress or planned.
Santa Cruz countv has been aroused
to interest in the few miles of the.
Borderland Itonte that traverse it
northeasterly corner and correspond '
ence is underway that will better con
ditions there. In Tucson the A'.to
club and Chamber of Commerce are
keeping after tho supervisors and rt'i
see that tho road in tho east of the
county is bettered while between Tuc
son and Vail state highway work ts
It Is in Pinal county, however, that '
tho best work is being done. Mr.1
Ryan states that the road from Flor
ence to Mesa and from Florence to,
Tucson Is being pat in fcplendld shape. ; Ayn In-ft Wfif 7 rnrn
The nrison has an aato truck and this I -ua ot' z'1 Jtvurn
and other equipment is betas; worked
by the msintalHance gang from the
prison. The truck draws behind It a
harrow and still further behind a roll .
, or so that the road Is roughened. !
j dragged and rolled with one trip over. I
I This Is to be continued over so mach
of tho road as possible between now
Did Master Hampdon
and Mistress Lucy Find
the Gold and Jewels ?
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Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire Sysism at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pain. Wb
fcr & Co., Bo.ton and Calumit.
Login 4. Bryan, Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
We Carry Luaber
that makes every builder our
friend. It Is so well bcasoncd,
so free from knots and soft
spots. Suppose you buy hero
tho next time you need lumber,
cither for a new building or fix
ing up an old one. The more ex
perienced you arc in such mat
ters tho better you will appre
ciate our lumber and our service
watkins Lumber Co.
The Antlers Cafe
Main St Opp. P. O.
-rTHH rTT A aruf95
' tlS1! ! J i J i
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
I and November L On this subject the
vJ for '
Warren District Anto club has written ,
to Warden Sims. Mr. Ryan states
that much of the road from Florence
toward Phoenix and also toward Tuc
son Is now practically a boulevard
I and Is enthusiastic over what ha been
i done. A continuance of the work will
mske possible better, tlmo than has
.been anticipated by the 'most sa'n-
I niiwe anu imocQ- a ikuuu wuuiuy.i ut
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Vv orks
Reputar metilig for inliia
tioB aid election of officers
Wednesday. SefiL 21th.; at 8
o'clock p. m. RgfraeititenU.
and that it is a start in upkeep aad
mafntainnnee that will be of far rettch
ing.bnet..Te;tts' nwtoj' truck
and reflar wan experiswK and in
thol roads that wllLbentHbarffi I success twill (without 'dltA lead to
frnmvtntAr truirista. T tNV i ,1 lh ftlln. ', VlnMila.r Jbe
i from. winter tourists. '
'l,A A, .1 1 fl El.
mr vnaHi lacy ewr aaicTDMB w6
mmdethtte eewfttieg'olit&Hihig similar
otrttita ad pttiK Uhw iM era
tles. Whan thk te dM it k-eapeit-d
that the raattfr 'et owkitainsRee
win he fcee kir(r eM.
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
rt Correspondence Solicited.
Address: v ? u
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Go.
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