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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
j The following Is an advertisement submitted by R. B. Canion, iu the re
, eout 'AIT' contest by Mr. Halgler.
INTERESTING FACTS! ft
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TO PLURAL WIVE
NEW PENSION COMMISSIONER WILL PAY .
$153,000,000 TO 815,000 PERSONS IN YEAR
Consequence Is Jealousies in
Wigwam, from Whence
Complaints Are Filed bv
( vVZTBC, K. M- Oct 15 Reports
from the Navajo Indian reservation
have 'reached this cltj concerning
Eomefrouble that occurred a week or
ten daj's ago among Uie Indians i
cording; to the story that is told a num
her of squaws went to Irdlan Agent
Shelton and told him they were being
staned. The afcent made inquiry and
found that the squaws were all plural
wive, which if trictly forbidden b
the government, which Is irving to
make the Indians abolish poljgamj
Accordingly Black Horse, one of tlu
leaders of Uie ""bad Indians." a
called before the agent and after v
long pow-wow. he promised to s"o
that all braves who had more than on
wlfo did what the government desired
hnt when Black Horse reached his
Companions, tm-ly all rebelled and re
fused to comply with the agents de
jmands For a tlmo It looked as if
fcerious trouble wps imminent, but no
putbralcMhas yet occurred. Some
jtbrea ort four years ago, n similar
case srosejfln which the number of in
OlaniWiued themselves and defied the
indlan 'agent.' Inarre6tlng the rebel
lious ones, four of them", were "shot asd
Skilled. Black Horse ivas in this
trouble. ,. .
A man wfio reefehed Cedar Hill on
foot oijeiday JasJyfcck- was recognized
jfrom i pho& poniards as a fugitive
from jiusIee wlthhiSOO regard offered
for his arrest SherlfJ Dufer was no
tified but before ho reached the place,
the man had left and was nest beard
from aj Farminjr'on Here all trace
pf him was lost, and while the sheriff
siad n'vclowJias to paruefu&trnorfwere
liIiHnc fv-firtTf h iwnJ-ivmiBPv' Lo
Wfecl'lhb tttrSTb -siorl'mt the
h'ogBftcir, nearShirtrock, was robbed
last week, some $400 worth of goods
being taken. Clewr are belts followed
that may lead to the capture of the
THE OAK BAR3ER SHOP
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Gaylord Miller Saltzgaber, tho
new commissioner of pensions, ranks
high among paymasters. This year
he pays out nearly $163,000,000 to
about 815,000 persons on the pension
list. Sir. Saltzgaber succeeds James
L. Davenport as commissioner of
pensions and is tjjom Ohio., In his
state he has heW seeral high posi
tiers and was for one term a state
senator. Being a veteran of the
Civil war himself, he is in thorough
rjrr.pathy with the veterans. The
picture shows him at his desk in tho
cnsion office at Washington.
Mme. Jajsrose Talks on
The daily hUHnfC habit is more than
i delre to appear clean awl bright.
,t it a positive necessity for complete
realth: The pores of tho skin are
lature's breath .ducts and to clog them
ip is to invit in health. The happiest
nen ami wemen and children on earth
re those wlie re perfectly clean, and
wrfect cleonMners cornea from the use,
i the bath, of Jap Rose, the bubble
uth soap TIi delicate otlor of this
lclig"itful taitet requisite gives one that
ense of perfect cleanliness, free from
lie odors of Jer juration. Sold at
iOc by almost every good merchant in
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Hello Central! Give me Hairier
No. 76. The real estate bargain-finder
. . Fire and Life Insurance. Box 1 762
Office opposite depot.
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re nere to iook
our best; to create favorable
impressions among those we
seek to influence.
Gaylord M. Saltzgaber.
"Oenmny ' thu'tz, the old Michigan
'star. Is assisting coaeb "Hurry Up"
Yost at Ann Arbor.
Harry Kersourg. the former Har-
ard gnard, has dveloped a strong and
.vellKlrfUed team at UUy Cross this
Ten touchdowns Iff a gteme lasting
, iashlngUm and Jefferson has one
of the heaviest teams in, its history
this voar. The V. and J. eleven ha
a game with Yale Oct. 25, and expect-,
to make a good showing against tho
Tho University of PaaByivanla foot
ball leveu suffered a lo when It w
(lnnoanced that Harry WIIsOd, et r
an tackle of last year's team; would
the perfect cleanser for the skin.
Contains the purest glycerine;
its parity has withstood
every test qf the most
exacting. At 10c the
large cake all dealers.
JAMES S. KIRK & CO.,
Aclc your uoaTerfcr
Jap liesc Talcura I'owder.
We Carry Lumber
that makes every builder our
friend. It is so well seasoned,
so free from knots and soft
spots. Suppose you buy here
tbo next time you need lumber,
Either for a new building or fix
ing up an old one. The more ex
perienced you are in such mat
ters the better you will appre
ciate our lumber and our service.
watkins Lumber Co.
Attention Automobile Men
W e have installed Bowser
gasoline system and are handl
ing "Texaco" Gasoline & Motor
Oils. The Best on Earth.
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jat 44 minutes, was tfteTecord of the ' come out tor uie team una season
Flntou Tigers in tfidr laoe with j The record score of the collego
Fordham, ' teams foe the season to date is that
Some Harvaid entJiaslasis are talk- mad bx Betoft against De Kalb Nor
1 odds that the. Crtmsen will "&' at ueicit. wis. tjm nome oieven
HrlfccBton-t&i6fsM1Nl 110 Tnls, aatans lb toucn
Ing 2 to
fa the Allen block b rqw pea arJ;
business, not oains in conaetiion
All patronage will be appreciated
lob-. Cates, the Old 1'aite .end ami
trade taptam. Is bjelpingfe coa"clr6s
develop th Joan Hopkink ttmverslty
Kouad nt Baltimore
Princeton began playing beattall in
lSo. Yale in 1872. Harvard In 1ST
Pennsylvania in ISTb. Dartmouth hi'
(JH82 and Crnell in 1887
tKjrynjKiui cas toouv a ioi oi iui
provAmrtit ot late Ttft Hanflfter et
i i lighter than for some y-ars, but
ill make up 'or this in pec!
i clowns. 14 goals from touchdowns and
two goals from placement
5 CURE FOB GRIME
pars the state of oompuUory educa- AID FOR ACCUSED COLLEGE GIRL
"This is the time when all our ma. j CHICAGO, ill, Oct 15 Many pe--chinerv
should be perfected to saTft- sow ' wealUi and influence have
zuard our children esoeciallv do 1 come forward with offers to aid Miss
plead it tor 'our girls the community
that the Uflprotectd feeble-minded girl
1 a greater source of evil in a com-
Penologists Recommend That '"VL?? a 5Tth of ' "T wlVnh
.... . "Institutions for women, of which
I have any knowledge, if the lament-
Greater opecializauon in
Criminal Work Be Taken
Mabel Sturtevant, the brilliant yonng
col lee trraduate. who was arraienco
Lnoss, u needs no repeUUon hre,, ,. lTniti Rt.iti rvmmirinne-
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llason today on a charge of defraud
ing through the uso of the mails Tho
cburgr is based on an alleged scheme
of the young woman to obtain contn
buttons from societ women to help
You VSant Your Boys to Grow Into
Particular Men You Can't Begin Too
Soon to Have Them Dress Particularly
l i;s season wc pre
sent a fine assortment
of Boys' clothes fcr
your consideration, the
land of suits that help
make mothers satisfied
with their boys.
The manly look that
a hoy has who gets inside of The
Fair Sore boys suit is a satis
faction to his mother and father
And not a little of the manly
look is due to the character of
the clothes to the good pro-
portions, to the generqus amount
of clo'h used, and especially to
the thorough good workman
ship that makes them sure to
It is iust this character of
ly clothes we offer you, made in single and double
breasted Norfolk styles, of blue serge checks, stripes
and nobbv mixtures, sizes from 7 to 18 years, oriced
at $ 50, $8.50 and $10. .
Boys' Norfolk Suits With Two Pairs
Of Knicker Trousers
5.00 and $6.00
Thtse suits are by far the choicest we have ever
shown a $5.00 and $6.00 and, we have always
OWti g "xl clothes for boys at these moderate prices.
, Hand '.ailored work by skillful men tailors has
been used in finishing every suit. That's why the col
lar, shoulders and front will retain their shape until
the suit is worn out. The materials are all-wool, and
the snappy, new patterns 3r the kind that appeal to
the boy. J
Double breasted and Norfolk styles. Most of the
coats fmve two pairs of knickerbocker trousers, all sizes
iorv6 to 1 6 years at $5.00 and $6.00.
ab' results of neglect or this class
wpre taken out of them, would show
an amazing decrease m tnen popu
irls through college Miss Sturteiai t
(let lares that he had no intention
to commit fraud and that her present
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
those brought before the courts before
sentence is patsed upon them bj the
magistrate or jude '
, INDIAN VPOL1S. Oct 1". The Com
nilttoe on Reformatory Work and Pa
role in Its report to th annual meet
I ing or the American Prison assocla
tion today, dwelt upon the need of
greater hpeclalism in criminal work
and thp segiegation of different class
r of law breakers The pettv offend
er, often oung, weak and impression
able. It recommends, should not b"
subjected to the dangers of associa
lion nith hardened criminals
There is an insidious danger, sa
the report "that must be ins-ited
1 pon in the classifioat'on and trea'
inent of offender. It is aumiited tha'
in a percentage of evil-dors certain
n-neliorating circumstances limit the
responsibility of the individual,
though the make nlm none the less
1 dangerous to soclet , most important
'of the$p is an inherent pathological
condition of the body, especially of these dayB making
the central nenous system a condi about the structure.
tion either hereditarv or accidental-' it is heped' to hae the new furni
1 secondly, an unfavorable environment, ture for the court room tn position
especially in early life It is partlcu. , 0y tho middle of October tn time for
lirl .' in these aceses that classifies-1 tne October term of tTnited States
ton and solaUon desirable Our danger j court A special contract for tne
' lie in accepting a criminal type, in equipment has been awarded to the
looking' upon pathological environ pumas Offlco & Bank Fixture com
mental and hereditary factors as the y 0( Indianapolis
solo causes, bat In most cases they included in the same lot are the
lation Even with careful proMslon troubles are due wnol! to her ignor-
for sufficient custodian care of this ance of "hipn finance Among those
elas of weak minded there will be a who have off red to ai-sist br is
percentage that will slip through, and Gardner lAthrop, general counsel o'
for this reason. If no other, there tne Santa Fe railroad. Mr. lAtnrop is
should be the examinatioa into the so-'a director of the tTnierjitj of M.s
cial, mental and moral oonditions of souri. from whicfl in itufon Mis Stur
tenant was graduated aeeral jears
ago with highest honor-:
TO DISCUSS RAILWAY SIGNALS
FEDERAL BUILDING :
PHOENIX O-t I'l Po'masi'
James H McClintot- . cus:ot7:an of
the new federal building, is busy
connters for tfco office of the
are not the necessary causes.
"The nevessary cause of the tna-cierk of the United Ctates court, the
jorlty of criminal ats is the choice the United States marshal's office and!
of the Individual's free will. There- the United States land office,
fore to correct the criminal tendency i AH bids for painting aad plastering
the only method o fapproach Is by the interior have been rejected by
wav of the individual higher faculties, j tko supervising engineer, probably be
In the philosophical aspect this 18 the t cause of the discrepancy between the
province of morality, and the prac- j bids, which ranged all the vray from
ticil application of morality Is the 'S250fl to $669.
NSHILLK Tnn Oct 1, -ral
engineers represmtnig practuallj '
eerv lar?e railway system i n ti
nited States ore gathered here to
attend the eighteenth annual conen I
Hon of the Railway Signal association '
which opened here today for a session i
of four days. The various methods
of signalling employed by t!.s large!
railway systems of the country will be
discussed in a series of interesting!
!apers to be read before the conven j
Bisbee Lumber Company Inc.
Emil Marks, Mgr. Phone 25
The Antlers Cafe
Opp. P. o.
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Pain Web-
br & Co B oi. ton and Cclumtl.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago end Nsw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
READY FOR WORK
comprises all that's necessar
to predicate of tho manj paints
nf the first grade which aro
here for jour selection and pur
chase It's our business to
know paints, to keep on hand a
bujil of paints with which to
Jill our orderb, to buj them
reasonablj priced and to sell
them with onlj a small margin
ol profit Pardon us for saiug
tnat we know our business and
attend to it, to tui mutual
function of religion. IteHglon appeals
to the personal responsibility of the
individual, unless this feeling Is away
ened any hope for a permanent cure
The committee emphasized the ben
efits of the probation system, the in
determinate sentence and the pArole.
Each year, it was said, endorsed the
w isriom of these reforms. "The warden
of superintendent advocates more and
more uanestly that when practicable
every effort be pt forth to save of
fenders of the law from further evil
doing without committing to prison
or reformatory. There is no cJase so
opposed to prisons, by whatever name
called, as those whose duty it is to
superintend them; it is 'the Indifferent
thpre members, drift' lnlo lurlffoa."
The report recbtanfendbtlhat the!
present system of medical l:tspeclon
of schools be oxtesded so that 'the
State shall no resign supervWon
evaa the detective class after they
The contract for the wire screeas
ob the windows has been awarded to
T. I Edens. They will he la ptepe
in about teat days.
Especially interestiBfc now that the
warm weather 1s over is the fact that
a large contract for the electric faas
has Just bees awarded to the New
State Electric jcorapany.
George A. Threllkekl has a ceatraet
for the erection of a stairway la the
attic leading to the roef. wMHam
Ramsbottom has a contract for new
plumbiBg fixtures In the weather b.
Though the building has beea occu
plde since last April, the gas fu
tures are still lacomplete. Thfa work
Is being dose by B. Theraa for 'the
public who stoMdly, look ' on while Itehdlng Chandelier werfcs.- The ho
water system, which Is am defective,
is to be repaired.
Cwtodlaa VCCHntock has adver
tised for hid ferlbe lBtafatten of
Fcat-Tertais Ends, Foot-Joy E:gir.3,in
Year First Tcet-Bath of TIZ.
Ti. mras tort f?et, tern' r
TaSml cpwlth pats. Kol-Mritl
nuily lert. tb
tnnmt &nd made
inll Cort bat
Uiss, calluas and
rcOaveA at oocc
ogr a itlatkleDinT
TIZ Is m sat
Irate and depart
ment itore, rrt-e
3Se hox, Doat
Set 4eIers tool
ron wlih Mm
lalac that l nt
TIZ. M sure
lAiltitr Iiode A
Co. ' la printed
on the tox If
jroor dealt r -wont
Mipir you. w
-rtlt, !br rmi! on
Trevlat of pttcQ
at So. WtNUah
COPPER QUSBN HOTBL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Tabic d'Hofe Dinner From 5;30 to B p. m.
Reg & 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEM, Manage
'- 'ISaT;, . -! .inTriM-l-
-3CI -U UilU
$ j i
1; h at l
Go to the Rwal Theater taMaftt aad
an electric call ibell) system from thelse "AHiah" "lkm jni SkVs pif-
Cflcc of the poetmMtcr.
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
., We are novj in the Market
for the Purchase of -
(fopper Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
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