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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNiNG, DECEMBER 19, 1013
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BISBEE SEEKS HIS SOI
11 HI WARM NUMBER
Commercial Club's Committee
, Makes Investigation' and
Asks Washington Officials
to Relieve Cochise County
Measures to secure relief frem the
Inadequate mail service from which
business and private Interests
throughout CooMso county are Buffer
Ins were taken yosterday in IllBbee.
The matter came up for considera
tion by the Warren District Commer
cial Club at Its meeting Wedneytay
night -when M. .Newman, E. C. .Camp
bell and F. E. Sturdevant nera ap
pointed by the Ciub as a committee
to Investigate the situation.
' This committee sought the assist
ance yesterday of Postmaster M. S.
Cassldy whose hearty co-operation
was immediately enlisted. A confer
ence was held In Mr. Cassldy's prl
Young Man Carries Story of
Mines Shut Down Back to
Kansas Real News For
Bisbee People in This Story
iN'ew tilings are coming about a.l
the time, but here is one that Bisbee
people will find the newest yet. It
is from the Galena, Kansas, Times,
and arrived fresh and blooming in
last night's mall. Here she goes:
"Robert Todd who has beeu visiting
in Bisbee, Arizona stated that over
a thousand men were out of employ
ment' owing to the shutting down of
mines there. Owing to tie lack ef
work an organization called the "hus
tlers" has been formed.
"The object of the "hustlers" is to
secure labor for the unemployed.
The organization has over a thous
and members. The price of ore is
Splendid Remedy For
Dangerous Kidney Troubles
For a long time f was troubled with
severe kidney troublo and In n critt
cai concmion. i was advised iir a
physician who knew the seriousness
of my condition to try , welf known
sanitarium of St. Louis. I did so
and derived no benefit from this In
stitution and was rapidly sinking
from bad to worse when a fr.'end id
Used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which
I used and In a fairly thoit tlmo
commenced to' show a decided Im
provement. I have taken several bot
tles of your remedy and am now In
tlio best of health.
H. II. CRAWFORD,
Personally appeared before me this
26lh of March, who subscribed the
above statement and made oath that
the same Is true In substance and in
S. B. VARNER,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Blnghamton, N. Y.
yate office. He explained tUr.l the so, low that the mines that are
trouble dated from last Nov. 11 .w lien i running are only making expenses,
the schedule of transcontinental i Atout 3.000 men are employed In the
trains over Uie El Paso aud South-1 mines and the. present conditions
western Railroad went Into effect.) exist much longer all the mines will
Previously, mall clerks had ben at- be forced to shut down.
signed1 to the trains between Bl Pas: ' Well now', w hatch y'know about
and Tucssn anJ postal se-vlce fcr al. that? The biggest, best, most pros
towns along th routj provided. Vn ! porously prosperous "mining city
dtr the. new schedule, stops arc ! In all the west, enjoying the largest i ble information, telling about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and mention The Bisbee Dally
Review. Regular fifty-cent and onft
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
stores. Adv. 5J
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
rtinshamton. N. Y, for a sanipla slzj
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valua-
made only at Douglas and Osbora pay rell of any city of its size In the
with the result that efficient mail world. Is on the bum, the hog. the
service Is demoralized throus'vaut
"Secietary Purdon, of the Coram r
cjal Club, prepared the following tX
eranijt copies of v-liich jere sent to
Sunator Mark SmU x. Representative
Carl Hayden, and to the Second As
sistant Postmaster General In Wash
''Conditions in the mail service
throughout Cochise county have be
come suctf-IStao changes in th'
railroad 'iervice that the entire com
munity has voiced ajirotest, asking
that the matter be takenVp with the
Second Assis'ant Postmaster General.
Ak illustrating com itlons, it is com
plained that mail matter leaving Bis
bee is delayed In delivery thirty-six
to fortyelgnf'Thpurs. this mall being
destined for points within one hun
dred and fifty miles of Bisbee.
'This deplorable condition did not
ortain until the Inauguration of the
transcontinental service over the El
Paso and Southwestern Railroad on
last Nov. 14. This can be obviated bv
fanning Railroad Post Office on
Tra'-i ?Ccs. 9 and 10" through to Tuc
scr nstend of Bisbee as at present.
Th s wa t'Jo pervice In vogue pre
viously and was entirely satisfactory."
The Iclacan-s to Senator Smith
and Reijreotntatrrp Hoyden also In
eluded the folowini
"Have vilred Second Assistant Post
master Gencial upon whom - im
press the importance of Coctioe i . -ty
with Its 43,000 inhabitants, and of
Bisbee and her suburbs in particular
with 20,000 of the liveliest of people,
and the fact that Douglas and 11
towns In the county arc equally ef
fected and interested '
The messages were signed by Wit
11am Drury President or the Warren
District Commercia' Club.
blink and the natives not knowing a
thing atout It! If that 'alnt news.
ivh- are you goin' to get it?
Mr. Todd is some wise gink. All
pipe artists are. Otherwise he would
not have kWwn that there were 1.000
Idle men around here. Everybody in
Bisbee is under the Impression that
there never was a time when so many
men were employed here, and so few
Mdle, in fact non.e Idle except by per
sonal desire. The dooks oi uie min
ing companies tell that sort of a
story. But Mr. Todd got underneath
the figures and pried 'em straight
Get In touch with the "hustlers."
Investigation last night determined
the fact that Mr. Todd spent a mat-
'ter cf a couple of months In the dis
trict. Ho secured employment In the
Holbrook mine two days after his ar
rival and tad work at $4. per day
until the time he decided to return to
r Kansas. Mental aberration miSAt
have hit him after he quit work,
which was a very short time before
he left. Either that or something
happened to him on the way. Ac
quaintances last night said that ttoe
only possible thins they could figure
cut was that Todd found need of an
excuse on his return to the Kansas
mining country for precipitately beat
ing it back.
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HEiisTEd m 5
F24 Hours s
Each Ck- v
rsa!e bears the (MtnY) 5
; JMtrare cj counterfeit!
5 ffi.UIi!jj 4B
A Full Line of
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J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food Grocery"
il GREAT BIN
Hunter and Friends Try For
the Game in Local Territory
Friends Had All the Sport
Hunter Got L.ost
There arrived in the city yesterday
morning shortly after 4 o'clock, LouU
Dickstein, who later in the day did
Ms best to meet the exigencies o'
holiday rush trade at the Fair Store,
where he Is a clerk.
Mr Dlcksteln's arrival in town wjs
negotiated with much limping and
probably a good deal of swearing,
from the general direction of the high
peaks surmounting the upper end oi
Brewery Gulch. To that neighbor
hood, Mr. Dickstein was conveyed
early the evening before by a larse
patty of solicitous friends, who de
sired that be should have the en'cy
mtnt of a snipe hunt, a manner o.
sport which he admitted having hean,
.bout but declared he had never tried
After planting -. Dickstein well
up a deep draw, providing him with .
tack and assuring him that It uuJic.
he a fine night, his friends left tc
chate in the snipe and also tc bring
up a forgotten luneh from town. Mr
Dtckstetn waited for the snipe, hii
friends and the lunch until past n.
the morning. He then concluded tat"
must have all lost their way aud ee
out to see It he could find his one
way back tq the -big city. Alter trr
ing OBt several side canyons ami do
lag a variety of mountain climblnf,
stunts lt other than the right direc
tlon, Sir. DkksJeln ultimately get '
coropesa set straight ami managed his
Some of Mr. Dleksteln's friends con
versed with him yesterday over Uie
telephone One or two suggeit-d i&
appointment for toe evening, , bf
said he wa going to -bed eariy ant
try to get real well and string one
more, and that if he did b intends..
making ita point .to look up .all of
bii associates of date prior to? Thurs
MS' 1HE Gl
With Badly Injured Hand,
Veteran Miner Walks to
Auto Stand and Rides to
Hospital Newcomer Hurt
While working in the Olher mine!
last night about 8:30, Jack Ashlock,
a young man about 22 years of age.
was injured by a fall of rock. He
was hurried to the C. & A. hospital
In an nnhulance anil an examination
there thowed his rlsht arm was badlv
mashed but no bones broken. Ash
lock was resting -veil at a lato hour
last nli;ht. He has been -working iu
the mines only a chort while, having
come here from Texas a few weeks
James Critchley, a pioneer, miner
of the district, had the middle finger
of his right hand cut off and other
fingers severely mashed by a falling
timber while worting at the Czar
shaft last night about 10 o'clock.
Critchley was pushing a car at the
time and Uie timber so fell that It
caught his hand against the car.
Although about CO years of age, he
showed a world of grit, deliberately
walking over to Main Street and get
ting an automobile to take him to
the hospital. Before taking the car
ho chatted pleasantly with spmo
friends and said that he was not
bothered much. Critchley lives In
Tombstone Canyon and liar, a family
He has been a resident of this dis
trict 25 years or more.
The Funny Guy in White
MIS: GRACE O'NIEL
Dainty Sjnglag and Character
"A RAILROADER'S WARNING-
Big Kaleni Feature Railroad
"THE VAN NOSTRAND
A Clever Detective Story
" MOMENTOUS DECISION"
A Thrilling Sensational Game of
"FATHER'S HAT BAND"
It serves as a special delivery.
Gets HeupociC in bad with his
wife but helps two loving
souls on their way to wedded
bliss. Some Comedy.
Prices always the same
10c and 15c
DEATH OF OLD
THE HOME OF OPTIC
JOY AND MUSICAL
) v j&ki (STEAM HEATED)
In two" sections. Kalem
"Pathe Weekly No. 61"
World's Current Events
"Conversion o Mr. Anti"
A Splendid Comedy
10 & ISc, i:oge Seats 25c
Vaudeville and Pictures
Program Changes Tuesday-Thursday-Sunday
Any Seat 10c
Doors Open 6:30
S Shows Tonight
Any Seat 10c '
Pictures changed every
C. Legrand, of Douglas, Is hero for
a short stay on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Chadwick, of
Tucson, are visiting friends here for
a few day3.
Roy Daltcn, of Fort Huachuca, Is
here en business. He is the con
trator having improvements in band
at the Fort. Mr. Dalton expects to
conclude his contract within 40 days.
J. C Smith, a well known mining
man of Cananea, Is here for a few
all over this part of the then terri
tcry aud grew up with the country.
(.Mrs. Kelly was born in Ireland In
1S33 and after her marriage Immi
grated to this country, and on the
dcath of her husband she and her chil
dren came to Arizona where she has
lived continuously, and the past few
years has made her home in this city.
,She was 80 years old last May and
-up to d year ago was in good health
and active. The past year she has
been an invalid and has been cared
for by her daughters, who are left to
mourn her lots. Sirs. Kelly was a
devout member of the Reman Cath
olic church, living conscientiously up
rto its teachings.
The funeral -will be held this morn
ing at 9 o'clock from the church of
the Immaculate Conception In Doug
las. High mass will be celebrated by
the Rev. Father Gheldorf. The Intsr
ment will be made In Calvary cemfc
tery In Douglas.
0 DARKEN HAIR
APPLY SHOE II
"ivi -i 'plications of Sage Tea and
Sulphur brings back its vigor,
color, gloss and thickness
Mother of Mrs. C. H. Holz of
This City Dies in Douglas
Had Lived in Arizona For
Mrs. C. H. Holz is expected home
'today from Douglas, where shp was
called by the death of her rcclher,
Mrs. Kate Kelly, one of the oldest
and most esteemed residents of Ari
zona. Mrs. Kelly died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Youua-
ham, with whom she had lived 1?
Douglas for some years, on Wednes
day afternoon. The decease was
one of the pioneers in Arizona, com
ing fi.m the eastern part ot thr
United States to Fort Grant In 137,
where she and her two daughters
Mrs. Mary Youngham, Mrs. C. H.
'Holz of Bisbee and her son. E. M. Kel
ly, who was then living, resided. They
lived on a ranch out from Fort Grant.
She and her family were well known' way is to get the ready-to-use toni:,
Common garden sage brewed into
heavy tea with sulphur aud alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and luxuri
ant, remove every bit of daudrulf, stop
fccalp itching and falling hair. Just a
few applications will prove a revela
tion If jour hair is fading, gray or dry.
scraggy and thin. Mixing the Sage
Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier
OF THE WARREN DISTRICT
Auto Agencies, Supplies, Accessories Liveries and Carafes
AUTO STAND W. G. Buchanan.Prop;
Phone 24 and 261 ' Service at hours
CLOSE D "CAR HEATED COMFORTABLY I
Trips to Kaco connecting with Cau;
anpa train. Special rates. Open fo
engagements to Tombstone,-, Court
land, Douglas and other out-of-tewn,
H. HAYTHRONWHITB, Phones
27-306 Stand Wallace's Cigar Store.
y AUTO STAND
Phones 32 and 586 '
ED PLUMB, Prop.
Night and Day
Long Trip! Out
Day and Night Service
Long Trips a Specialty,'
t - -
costing about SO cents a large bottle
at drug stores, kiiown as "Wyetii's
Sige and Sulphur Hair Remedy,"
th is avoiding a lot of rmips.
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is
not sinful, we all desire to retain our
vou'Jifulness. Uy darkening your
hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur,
no one can tell, because It docs It so
naturally, so evenly. You just damp
en a sponge or eoft bru3li with it
aud draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time; by
morning all gray hairs have disap
peared, and, after anotlier applica
tion or two, your hair becomes beau
tifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuri
Here to See
J. U. Chadwlck, prominent con
tractor of Tucson, accompanied by
his wife is in the city for a few days.
Mr. Chadwick eaid last night that lie
had heard a great deal about the
activity in the. district and came ovcr
to see for himself.
The Train (No Extra Fare)
Three steel Standard Sleepers.
Compartments (separate or
Sections, Lower or Upper Berths.
Library, Magazines, Writing Desk,
Phone Connections at Important
stations, News and Stock Reports
Advantage of three great markets
San Francisco, Los Angeles,
One Pullman tourist sleeper
through to Washington, D. C.
Xvcry day to New Orleans.
Close connections at New Orleans
with limited trains north and
Two nights to New Orleans.
Three nights to Chicago.
Four nights to New York.
Southern Pacific Steamships Icavo
New Orleans Wednesdays and Sat
urdays for New York. Fares the
same as all rail and include berth
and meals on ship.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SERVICE IS
The Exposition Line 1915.
Relief from the ailments caused
by disordered stomach, torpid
liver, irregular bowels is given
quickly, safely, and assur
edly by the tried and reliable
oM ersrrwhenu to haze. lOr.. 2Gc
At Woman's Club Today
Prof. A. E. Douglas, head of the
department of physics and astronoiuv
in the University of Arizona, will de
liver an illustrated lecture of his
travels la South America at Uie
Woman's Club today at 3 p. m. He, act.
has a vido reputation. At one time
he had charge of the Lowell Omser-
vatory at Flagstaff. Accompanying
Prof Douglas to the city is Prof. V.
IL Clapp, also of the University of
OLD CASE. REVIVED
TACOMA. Dec. 18. Harry Toy. a
Seattle Chinese, was indicted today
for violation of the Mann White Slave
He Is charged with having taken
the 22 year old" daughter of a Port
land minister to Seattle for immoral1
cgraphers ever emploved by w. II.
Brophy. He worketx In the Copper
Queen offices for several years, sav
ing money enough here to take him
through the Missouri School of Mines
and Columbia University.
After graduation, he was employed
at Calianea for a few years and later
entered the U. S. service at Washing
ton, where be Is now employed. He
has charge of 'Inspection work of
mines and safety equipment. Mr. Fay
left yesterday for Douglas, on his
way back to Washington.
lUgular meeting Friday nlghf.
Dec 1J, 5 p. m. Initiation.
W. D. KYAN3, E. IL
E. M. COX, Secretary
i Hotel Arrivals
j At the Copper Qiioen Alfred Donan.
I Tucson, A. 11 Fay, Washington, D.
t C; C. H. Clapp, Tucson; J. C. Smith,
Cananea; Joe Larrien, Winkleman; J.,
11. Chadwlck, Tucson; F. J. Johnson,
N. .; Mr. and Mm. F. J. Kysela.
Cleveland; John E. Doorak, Denver;
OLD TIMER PUTS
VISIT TO THE CITY
Douglis: J. B. Rice and w tfe, S. F ;
A. A. Gossard, El Paso: T S. Ward,
A. It Fay, who resided here IS
years ago, 'was here yesterday for a
short while. Mr. Fay is now connect-
W A. ButcherL DenTr: K. Legrand.j elj Wth the U. S. Bureau cf Mince.
YOUNG GIRL'S CASE
i IS DEPLORABLE ONE
in which capacity re was here yes
terday He formerly worked here
Louisville; A. E. Douglas, Tucson; Roy. j,, g, M. E. Cunningham, Jud?
Dalton. rort liuacnuci. .Mrs. j iv Thomas a fflany otner 0;d timers.
Chadwlck. Turner; J. L. Fletcher.
ll hoe'nlx W L. Katzenberger. iienver.
Mr Far was one of the first sten-
Successor td Harris Furniture Go. BreweryGulch
BeadqttartersFfor ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND GOODS
In the case of the Citv against R.
L. Bradley, who was tried In Jude'e
High's court Wednesday night, a de
cision was rendered yesterday after
boan Zln&ng Bradley not guilty, Judgf
QsS fctatei W Bradley that to could
feS5 fe3 M"X Gnlltjj according to the
C7i2eac9, Jra advised Bradley to stay
away from his recent associates. J
J Holmei the complaining witness
wasi present at the time nnd he also
ts lectured pereriy. He was cen
sured for marrying so young and in
nocent a girl and afteBlgtagr lee
tured said that if his yohngvwife
wished to return home he would send
her. Whether she will be Indicted
for perjury during the trial of BraJ
ley's casi. Is not known, but It was
stated by some that proceedings
might be started.
SOUGHT BY OFFICERS
J. McBurney, the- trainer of the two
bears which have been kept at the
O. K. stables for some time, loaded
the bears on an auto truck late yes
terday afternoon and left for Douglas,
It Is reported that McBurney had re
ceived an offer from Los Angeles for
J 600 for the bears and intended to
load them at Douglas.
There Is a fcoard bill, said to be
standing against the bears for feed
for two months, while McBurney Is
alleged to owe a few bills himself.
Tfie bears would have been attached
before now but it could not be decided
to whom tbev belonged. MTcBurney
claimed that they were the property!
of an Investment Co- and the com
pany men declared that Uie bears be
longed to McBurney.
Officers telephoned to Douglas lasS
uigut iv uui;iai9 iuci ikv auH wuui
?McBiirpey, and hoJd h)m aiftl hqfctl
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OF MONEY TO LOAN Sewing Mtim $5,00 Each . Wi Are Hie Largest Buyers andSellers oi.Sed Hand Gaods In. Arizona Telephone 257 WE ALSO EXCHANGE GOODS
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