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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1913
IN U, S. COURT
Marshal Overlook Asks Cus
todian for Mors Seats;
Many Interesting Cases
Come from the Border.
PHOENIX Oct. 2 What threatens
to be ou0 Candy crush looms largo on
tie horizon of' the next meeting of
"Judge Sawtelle's court, all game as
that now famous April session coil
ducted fiby Judge Morrow a year ago
last spring, a lslon of United States
Marb'al Overlook haunting Custodlon
llcCjbatock to make the treasury de
nartnjtrepresentatlye come through
with mors chairs" Is likely to become
Common enough between now and the
time of court's opening
Three hundred witnesses will fit
teiidl t&fe- October .session of the
JJnitaitstateB district court, this fall,
pxclusho of, the court room crowds
the offcers and attaches, there is a
crowd for the top Uoor room In the
federal building. "Where will the mar
Shall and his merrj men put the pris
oners Le them wander at will
Jimons , tbtjjs corridors? Yes tlwy
I aatir. will be same Interesting
taes at the next session., There will
Jje somfr big -cases, too The next ses
sion isjfikely to far outstrip the last
in intctfeJEU For but few of the ii
IquorHcrihilians sort Among other
iujiijiut uiui.it.-ji3 are uie trials ii
fumipuimion summers, caugm s.nce
the, last xesalgir'albng the Arizona
Mealed bordejvftI5iese cases are a"d
to be -fltijtfnfturous and to touch
'sorae.-mlhty Sj$l' known men. Pnr
lch!ugai5J?Agentgt!Vera for the con3ti
Btutonulists ltiyfbutbern Sonora was
scaukht with fl a-barrels of ammunl
jtioA, alt packed 'and ready for ship-,
tment to the rebels.
Since tha El Paso Judge was oer
jrured by the supreme court, on his
t decision as to what constitutes an
infringement of the neutrality law,
there has been more spjgosfuhoU
yngs suspects, for while the local jur;
is-beld that .actual delivery.or, tte
war munitions was the oflsense, tue
higher tribunal made it out criminal j
even to sell ammunition and ship It
knowing it to be consigned across
, The trouble . Strip along the bound
ary will 'supply the court with quite
a bit of work this season, probably
more than the other trouble prfen on
the Indian reservations where Pogr
Lo gets his white brother into d'ffl
cutties for a mouthful of firewater.
FOOTWEAR FOR WOMEN
If You'll Come Here We'll Fit Your Feet
With Shoes That Fit Your Own Ideas
ifft "new season's models in point of beauty ana quality, are the equal of any to
I bs found in America. Our
mostt exquisite modes of the bootmakers" creative art.
Discriminating women readily discern the charm and individual distinction
s ' I I si s .. II ..., - II I. . . - -
of The Fair's shoes for women; and this charm and distinction is as noticeable,
1 ; f -
jrt ji pair of our. Street Boots as it is in the daintier Low Cuts. i
-Our Shoes aremade by some of the largest and' most modernly equipped eastern
factories. Buying in large quantities for spot cash make our moderate prices possible.
TJicy" an carefully 3clecte3, and-especially designed and made to conform with ourre-
quiremepU md specifications, and embody many points of elegance and exclusive-
ness5 " ' "
Tlie integrity of construction, and the carefully selected materials that go into
them, make it real economy to purchase your shoes at The Fair store and, the
broad variely of late styles afford almost limitless scope for the exercise of individual
tte in V.te selection of one's footwear.
We direct your especial attention to our splendid showing of High Button Boots
. t - i i ' . i. r i -i i r
tor street ana gemi-arcss occasions, emoracing a vnety
yeather- priced at
1g saJVy ssKsff"
MATERIAL IS ORDERED
BI RAILWAY COMPANY
San Diego, Where Announce
ment Is Made Says It Will
Mean Joining of Systems
SAN D1EQO, Oct 2. II J. Sim
mons, general manager of the I'helps
Dodge road, tbo E. P, H S. V , com
pleted the details toda for the pur-
chase of 10,000,000 feet of lumber
from the BuchananilAimber company
of San Diego and; Olimpla. Wash., ac
cording .to an announcement by the
company here. The lumber will be
used In developing the new Phelr
Dodgo mining district In the Catallna
mountains near Tucson, which is the?
present western terminus of the E. P.
feS. V. it 1'b said. It is also intimated
that this Is the first stretch in the
proposed extension of the line to the
coast, presumably to San Diego .and
The" Copper Queen mining propert
in the Old Hat district, In the Cata
llna mountains, has been ljing dor
mant since the preseneeof S per cent
copper- sulphide ore In large. quanti
ties was fully proven by the company
and the option on the claims taken up
by final purchase. This was. more
than a year ago It was then "pre
dicted that an extension, of the E P-
& S. V. from Tucson, around itUe
,west end,ot 'the Catallna mountains!
.. .-,. n, , .. c... iim i-ii
Ul V.HJI 4Mwfeil .
lej to "APche camp where the claims
are located, wouia oe necessary
.i . . ,,. o, t fnr.hlnmentl
p Ifte Copper QuHtAte?t'rb45
3B . , , . .1 - ,-U
It is believed that tiie WM
blmmons oi tne ii. f. o. . nate ;-
bearing onvtbis program.
. aau u.bo hu 4.
fess to see in this movea .step J
n . - IlnJ ..ik.tlnnniA.
toward ''.the long discussed and often-
deniei Juncture between the E. P.
S. V. and the Sprcckles, the San
Diego and Arizona, at Yuma. The
San Diego and Arizona road is now
being built toward1 Yuma Its con
btruct'on is of the highest tpe cor
responding to that of the C P & S
V Ties and rails are beay and all
bridges and cuherts are of concrete
present exhibit of Fall and
rail Diyles k
4.00 and $5.00
. - .a....ua... - , - a - - M.
. NO SECESSION
Orders an Emphatic Denial
Through Consul ExDect-
..J - - TJ.. I
ea in vunuiieu i oauy
NACO. Oct. 2. (Special) The fol
low ins has been wired to the El Paso
In the second, pag of your paper of
this date you state that according to
Reliable Americans who were present
at a, convention held at Hermoslllo.
General-Carranza and other promln
ent constitutonnlist leaders decided
to secede with fle states as the con
fedeiato union of Mexico, am tha.
General Carranza was to be president
Geneiui Angeles, Minister of war, etc
As per following message from Gen
eral Carranza, 1 am duly authorized to
den such stupendous invention from
our political enemies.
HERMOSILU), Oct. 2. J I- Perez,
constitutional commercial agent, Na
co: As to your message today regard
ing tsocossion of ilve states from, the
federal Mexican union, published' jn
Ametlcan press, plebso deny same em
phatically. (Signed) V.' CARftANZA.
J. L. PEREZ
Constitutional, Commeccial Agent
" a learned, m tne.ciij .ast nu,.
.irom an arrival iruiu uaujuvru. m.
Constitutionalist Provisional presi
dent parranza is expected jn that city
today or tomorrow
!for Ws mlnga committee .has beenj
nt work-arrancinc for" a sreat aemon
straUon. A fund of $20,000 in state,
Is being raised to meet -t
' Gen. Carranza an undor-
IstCGd to be in Noglales. Sonora, yester
'day. Following his islt to uananeo
expected to come to Naco and
"v , . . ,
W. M Edwards, returned last night
from a trip to Sulphur Springs valle
where he accompanied; several pro
.ADVERTISE IN REVIEW.
Winter styles embrace the
oi new moueis emu every j.a-
PARENTS DEAD, HIS BRAIN AND LUNGS
HALF GONE. BOY GROPES FOR KNOWLEDGE
- zmjMi :-' ift?1 j0p y
wwm&jm&i'z&&i. . . .-a
Willie Katz al work in Chicago hospital.
Willie Katz. is an inmate of tne County hospital, Chicago, lo-n
of consumptive parents, both of whom ore dead, he is not normal. When
he was admitted to the hospital ttvo years ago, jnly one lobe of his
brain had developed, one chamber cf his heart was cut -.1 commission,
and his lungs wer so ravaged by tub.rculosis that less than one-third
remained jThe be" had nothing to do all day in the hospital, so he
utudicd electricity and is proving himself a genius.
I'nnuiin iftTcn nn dctdec
IIIUUllriLU mU UU, !SLli!iLd
! AFTER LONG 10 GOOD CAREER
Was Highly Uuseful to Important Districts of City for
Many Years Taken Over by the Bisbee-Naco Wa
ter Co., Mains of Which Will Be Connected with the
Lines of Old Company No Change in Rales.
Under a deal closed on the first cf that the new company would render
the month, the McDonald Water Qo 'cqualy a(s satisfactory service to
was purchased "by the Blsbee Naco their patrons aa they had been ac
Water Co From that date all cen-jenstomed to receive, and felt sure
sumers of the former company will that the sale would meet tho approval
be furnished with water by tho Bis-. of patrons.
bee Co. Notices to this effect weroj The MicDcnald Water Co was or
sent out yesterday to the patrons cf.ganlzed In the city many jears ago
the McDonald Water Co. ito serve the district lying in School
Thpre are about 100 connections ef-jHHl, Youngbl-ood Hill and Upper
fectoJ by the sale. 1N0 change In' Brewery Gulch. It had its foundation
rates will occur as under the corpora-Jin the location of springs by Mr. Mc
Ucn ruling of a few months ago the Dona'd in upper Brewery Gulch. As
raten In all water serice in the city .demands grew- for service he sunk
As meter rates
water sen Ice
cannot te paid in advance It will bo
for tho Bisbeo-Xaco Water
Co to cae a guarantee deposit of ?j
to bate a guarantee deposit of S3
'for a meter, iwhich amount will be re-jtions cn be made, the water of the
turned when service is discontinued Bisbee-Xaeo mains will be switched
and all accounts are paid, cs Is thojinto the pipes of the McDonald ss-
i regu'ar arrangement. item The change wilt -be to the con-
Those who have connection with
(the McDonald Water Co. system are
j requested to call and make the neces -
Isary arrangements for the conUnu -
ance of toe' service.
said jesterday that
he felt .certain
BACK IN EL PASO TODAY.
Th's Is Expectation of Road Workers,
Who Reached Douglas
DOUGLAS, Oct 2 (SpeeM) TJ
El Paso road markers, .returning f rem j
tneir tour to pnoenir, reported sera
Mhis afternoon at 4:30 from Tucson.
whloh iMnt th&y" left at 0 o'clock
this morning. They came in from
Huachuca siding" to DongUs dlrxfct.
by way of Herefwd and Lowell.
Tk y ,,. Tvo.fc,-L,it- ,Kir"-dewB arrft sHWenng fro poor
They WH leave Douglas early this . Wnn,, , .UI w,t ,, , '
morning ana oxpoct 10 matv ine run
, T , . .- , ,?l7 "p ,"l"r'" """'
apoday. rfTheyfoid,erl ie all the time I started tak -
19 1-.1 t aw uie aa
Jlhat the rains sA, Tucson; Hast sight
hnd only been 61 a
' 1 fssi -
and the mountain Toads were good. L, a Titikt aM m t4Mng a few
The- committee is still of the- opis- eettte. I was urvrfed st Mie efeet it
Ion thai the worst road on the rowtal'w "V ejr. TIsey -were en
is a sketch oC icn miles east ftwJH -2T" i8" ,J hve mob lo
. f l TJ'-l. I- OIol mirawl". .""" '"' "" """ rOT7
me i.iii,nj jwou,i 11, i u. wuwgi for m. I
There is also EOma rough "road be
tween ho Enipire ranch alid Tscsen,
after the section of completed state
highway is crossed.
AUTO IINF? ESTABLISHED
CUFTON K U. ScotL who la at
pesent engaged lp the conduct or an j
automobile service line between CMf- 1
f-ton ana Morencl. announces xaai ne,
and X. J Scott, of Miami, will sooB.prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For!i:' ..,. tai ceremony of the
Inaugurate an automobile service line
(.between Duncan t on the -Arlton:
fo.qw IexfcQ" railway, and S0I01
l -V" - -.--j,
viHe, on tne Arizona Eastern' railway -
FLORENCE EMPLOYS TEACHER
IFXOREXGEThe Florence school,
ard has round It necassary to en
Off an5ther "teacher makTiig eight
The enrollment la the tMt
iwells and further developed the wat-1
Dealing of the company with. th
public were always of kind that made
1 As soon as the nete&oar
As soon as the nete&oar connpe-
siderable advantage of those served,
as a better pressure will be available
Jand a better quality of water, there
J being no water available in the dh-
tnct that rates as high under aaalys-
Is as dues that of the Bisbee-.Nauo
iR-nde is 76, whloh is entirely too
'many for one teacher to handle sat
hifactorily htace the necessity for the
ignta leacner, .Mim hum . .Mcuuie
of Pheenbc has been eeaptoycJ.
A Severe Sickness Leaves
The Kidneys WeaK
After recoerintr from a severe spell
f fcictnieee some tine ago t w ail
--- - nusa nnvc pcavrso 44. IJ
back aad iMfM M tejr kittffpjvuoth
swawp-jteot fen the rcoB,mn-
' n?un a b. sr i - ia a.
i" of a fnewt and found It was
, Inat wftMt T -- - - r KlrwwJ l.
Yowrs verr tmlr.
W. O BLACKSCON.
Phealir Cky; Ate.
Sworn to and subscribed hefcwe m.
this Um 14U dfty of July, 13fW.
W. J Binfe Jutitice of the Peace.
Dr. Kilmer &. Co
Blnghamtsn, N. Y.
CAhJ rm L'UU,. C. rA Qtnakan
.CV.4 "'t t"T y v"r..""r",T,
fnti TC V Tir
, .w . . - -
' YftTwUljiso receive
i. lOU WJHtto receive
tbttua hniria it wih
a hooklt rrf -ttdiuble llforlMaotll -
w n 3v,Bi .su. VMnrtV. s'bladder
nn,.r -.ui.,e. t oM. ,aA matilfavii
for sale at-aH aims' sr4e sw
Whet wriUng be ssijsj. r.btl bnve a Sabbath, a
the Blsbee milyJlsMew. Rari"tV1fTrkilllne uumpeU, and,'
flfty-cenr and 'oeter siae beut TJZm
8 SfqMmmeaessmmsKa ae
Kgggjgg the Body in Repair
Nature inicrded that the body should do Its own
repairing and it would do so were it not for the
fad that moat of us live other than a natural life.
Nature didn't Intend that we should wear corsets, tight collars or
shoes, no; live in badly ventilated and draughty bouses, nor eat and
drinic soma of the th.ngs that we do, nor ride in ttteet care when a thould walk.
Tha ccczrnucnee ii that the body when it get) out of order roujt look for out
side help to make the necessary repairs.
For weak stomachs and the indigestion or dyspepsia resulting, and the multitude
of dueases following therefrotc.no medicine can he more adaptable aa a curatirs
agent Uun DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
TbU famous Doctor's prescription has been recommended for over 40 years,
and la today just aa big a i-ucceta. Kestorea a healthy oppptite. Cleansea the blood.
Strengthens the oervea. Regulates stomach and liver. Demand the original.
2r. Pierce's Golden Medical iscovery
Sold In Uqali cr Tablet form by Dealers In 9f elIclBe3
Smd 31 one-cent sl5 rw cost of mining e'y on a free copy of Dr. Pierce's Com
mon Cz9 Medical AdTtser, 1003 pese, dothbound. Address Dr. Fierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
I DARKEN HI
APPLY SUE TEfi
A Fw Applicatlpns of Sage Tea andl
!5Uipnur wrings dick us viyui,
Color, Gloss and Thlckness.
Common garden -sage b'ewed into a
strong tea with sulphur and alcohol
added, "njll turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beauUfuIly dar.k and luxu
riant, remote evcrj bit of dacdruff,
Ftop scalp itching and falling hair.
Just a few applications will prove a
revelation it jour hair is fading, gray
or dry icroggly and thin Mixing the
Sage Tea and Sulphur at home,
though,, i troublesbme. An 'easier
.vav is to get the ready-to-uie tonic,
rcstinsr about "0 cents a .large bottle
at drug stores Known as "Wyeth's
aze and Sulphur Hair Remedy,"
thus aoidlrg a lot of muss
While wispy, qray faded haft Is not
sinful, we all desire to reUln our
youthful appearance ad attractive- (
ness. By darkening our ijair wiui
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can
tell, because it does U so naturally,
so evenly You just dampen a sponge
"r soft brush with It and draw this
through j out hair, taking one small
htrar.d at a time by morning all gray
iinirs have disappeared and. alter an
other application or two, our hair be
comes beautifully dark, glossy, sort
ind luxuriant AdvcrftsemenJ !
Hold Two Impressive Services
in Fair Hall in Honor of
Rosh Hashanah; Out of
The Jews of Uisbee held another
beautiful as well as an imrr&ssho
ceremony in Fair hall jesterday
morning at 9.00 o'clock when tliey
met fcr the last service In their celc
biatlon of the new year. The attend
ance was very large, their being pres
ent nearly eTery Jew in the district
as well as some, from tho nearby
towns who are not large enough to
sustain a congregation.
In the Jewish tradition the Rpsh
lla9banah marks the annlvereao of
the creation of the world, supposed
to have taken Place SF74 years ao.
The present Rosh Hashanah, there
fore, will mark the beginning of tie
The change of date, howecr. Is of
little or no importance, and In tho
Jewish New Year's day had no fur
xher signiiseance its appeal to the
Jews would be erj faint. Indeed "
is not the change of year, but the
change of life that this day stresses
that makes it -stand out as one of the
holiest dus In the Jewish calendar
Herein k radically differs from our
civ II New Tear; it is a day set apart
for introspection and self-examination.
The .seeret character of this day is
implied in the two other ninos lij
whleta it .Is known, viz. the. Da of
MMBOriaUawi the Day of the Blowine
1 oi-tke TrBMets In the tirst "Kate, it
I , At. - . - M.Mia1 ".f T?mn.
IS lUe i7. JUl Jicuivnmi v
brance s such it calls upon the
Jew" tli remeaiber the- divine .purpose
tof h! life, secondly, it is ir iy
EtaewiBs; of tlie Tramlfets Us purpose
,S to rouse irari uibi " - -
placency and stir him to high resolves
and nobler aeeat.
i, -xinv.. .
1 The Kosh Hasbanaa ueme " ;
L.ip. - ,, from the fact that it is but
. BtIj,iJSm 01 tne Da of ten;i
i 1 .....
T": ?v -.. . ... j itr
ment. whicli ioiiows ie ui -'
Kefore cne can realiie the need of ,
atonement H necesearj that he be-
com cobscIosis of his sfcortcomiB!?!.
for 1011K we ,mB"re "..:;:
- ,. a iihralcten. so loS ai
i jo not admit oar sinfulness we siaii
1 v ju f-i tho need of berag w-"
riven Hce. to make the atonewest
zZIm mat,t Bae Kosh Ha-
ST. which 1 deeigaated .a.
tha Yea Jfedla-the u or --v
t-the day whereon we weigh
SrtilTWt in the tahmce. and. nr
thre is bo nsnteoa "" u" ":r.
' -i - In ikA VI1ACAZH U iire
.. inTi Has
I VICW iw " -v- . " , .. -u.iat i
THE 8EI !EAR
vh u thaWS l ""r'zifciratteed. Trv- It on wartK !.
- . . rs. iL...iuin in
in ac"tec vmtl, rr "3TT "In
. ,, -.t-ii, read tn
-rr-J. , , uilii read m
1 IWK" ..- ".J'" .k- r .tav frf
I the twveatli hhh. 'T " ',.
the ftrsit. day of tlw
' Ue M. ".
Let the Whole Family
Kodaks are actually the
best :-i.neras Ask th:
kodaker be knows.
Thexe's a koflok for ev
ery member of. the fam
ily even a bnby Brow
nie -io.- the youngster,
and a phototaker of
great possibilities for the
expert. Simple in con
struction, easy of opera
tion .handy to bardie and
low enough in cost. What
more could be offered as
an inducement to kodak
now? We sell all grades
of kodaks arid photogra
phic, supplies. Goods all
new all worthy and
10 DRIVE OFF
University Experts Clear Red
Orchards of Insects with
Them; Kept on Ice.
TUCSON'. Oct. 2. Tiie ladybug as
a means of lighting insect parasites,
the melon aphis which attack canta
loupes and the wooly aphis which is
jnaurtaus to apples, 'will again be
utiliged by the workers at the Ex
periment station of the State unhcr
The results attained from the uBo
of the ladybug as a destroj er of the&u
pests Is so favorable that the regular
flocuring of the lady bugs has bc-
corao a routine matter with workers
at the Arizona Experiment elation,
according to a statement made tj
Prof. K. H. Forbes yesterdaj.
The ladybugs are gathered In tho
late winter in the mountains while m
a semi-hibernating state an-3 are taic
en to tho station. Here thej am
placed In crates and kept in a room
.the temperature of which is kept .
close to 35 degrees fabrenhcit as pos
sible Beginning at such a time at.
the aro needed thtj are taken out
In the numbers wanted. If kept ions
er than a certain time on ice, about
fle months, the mill di
"PCTC IT' NnJhinO'
Like It For Corns
Easy As One, Two, Three; No Fusi,
No Pain, by Using "GETS-IT."
T'it take two seconds to put a lit
tle 'OETS-n" on that corn. That
corn U 'done for" as mire as the
run ribos The com shrivels np,
anishcs That's the surprise you set
See How Quick "GETS-IT" Wilt Re.
move That. Corn. and Stop the,
by using this new-plan corn esrc
There's nothbz? to stlek to the p(ook
Ing or sock; your corn pain's jBtop.
You'ro wved tho bother if aplyint;
plasters that nwke the com bulge out
from the core. Yoa're sn.ed qaltee
that eat Into the healthy fieh ami
I.ll " no more fussing with band
ages You don't have to help by
picking and dragging oHt yor corns,
or cutting n.h knives or rasers.
"GETS-IT" Is sate palnles, utops
pair., never hurU healthy teh It is
!'" -' .. hwum; 11
- ." -
',' and buntens.-Uoo.f.,
.rtwcirWi. .-us... .u
ZL -i,. . r: :, -. ,' ....j.. !,
. M.0-10"." -,B ""- aHrgSif.i
at. Z. cenu a Dottle, or ssjit. direct By
B Lawrence & Co W.itko SOW jn
nisriee by Bisbee Drug.. Co.. Central
Pharmacy and Php;