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THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB RUARY 3, 1914.
MORE ME 01
Ono' who was Inclined to dolnro Ills
privilege to cross or not, ns ho ehooe,
van told thdl Ills condition warranted
his "being placed In Jail and that If
ho Insisted upon arguing nbout cross
ing. Instead of turning Quietly back,
ho would have to go to jail. Ho de-
cldod not to cross .
It Is understood that the order (
prohibiting troopers from crossing!
Troopers No Lonpcr Cross the ,Ine nt Naco' whIch ,ms boon ,nl
1 rit c! i forr' Mvoral sny, will bo conllnuod
. ' .lhcr 5tePs lo M,nl' indefinitely, frills, an A tl.e urvoll-
mize Danger of Trouble; lance upon citizens Is n precaution-
Many Visitors nt Naco'nry me" ogninst tho bringing
about of troublo at tho lino. It Is con-
nunwrs lan week concerning ,. 'lore,J to bo tho direct outRrowth of
crcoso In the strain of relation along t? nllll,ar' investigation mado Into
tU .hmlari.d. Xy stronRtr.cr.liig of , ,,H rCe,,t M " ?Mch .W oul0rml
lOie, created.vmo.-a interest In Mexl.W In tho conno of n dninkcn liraw
qan affairs-than haa obtained locally 1 another trooper shot after ho had
or somu tlmo. escaped to this sldo of Uio line. As
L, ' - I to the latter shooting and the subsc-
nlti con8eiuenco there were a m-m-, , uont cros8nB ct Mexicans utter tho
Per of Msltors to ,Naeo Sunday from; whcn thcy c0I1V0yed to Jail on
mib civy. ..urios iy was amoaa ns to tbo Sononi side, Washington, to where
Ijow- things looked down there nnd tho mMm wn3 referrea, Ua9 nol yet
vU "'wiu, u,ulu was uiiyuins u,ocn i,oard from.
happening. February 1, according to
current niniors passed around during 1
tho wcyk was to witness a &encrnl up
rising of disaffected persons nnd tho
fieglnntng $t a third revolutionary
i If "was said yesterday at Conatitu-j
ttonallftt headquarters that this rt
port probably grew from tho tumoral
foralng out of Mexico City with ref
erence, to tho alleged Diaz plot for the
opening of a rovolt there on tho first,
"HZ" GLADDENS RPQ
. miiiia iri"Til ULU
linen Anuiiin cm
milu, nuumu i ll.ii
"O, Girls," Don't have tore, puffed-up,
sweaty, calloused feet or corns
Just Try "TIZ."
IACK TO PRISON
Ah! what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet; no more swol
len, bad smelling, sweaty feet. No
i moro pain in corns, callouses or bun-
Ions. No matter what nils your feot
or what under tho sun you'vo tried
without getting relief, Just uso "TIZ."
"TI5C" Is tho only remedy that draws
out all tho poisonous exudations which
puff up the, feet; "TIZ" Is magical;
tho planB for which wero disrupted , c x jri "TIZ" Is grand; "TIZ" will euro your
t j n j vii i f00t iToiMcs 80 yu'n nevur ,ln,p or
Rode Down and Killed draw up your face In pain. Your shoos
Child, Tells of Two Years won't seom tight and your feet will
nf Vain Effort at Dresden ncver' nevtr lmrt or RCt Borc' 8Wollen
or vam littort at uresaen tImJ ThInk of ,t( no mmo foot
I misery; no moro .burning corns, cal
Convicted of manslaughter, paroled . loupes or bunions.
to Uio custody of his regiment, a, le- Get a 25-cent box nt any drug store I
fy a. number of arrests tho end of tho
week under tho direction of flcn.
IHanquet. Local Constitutionalists
said this was nono of their afllalr and
revealed tho long since familiar dec
larations that things wero moving in
tho most satisfactory manner notfcl-
III THE STATE
Bisbec Public Has Its Use;
Annual Report Submitted
For Institution; Many
New Books Lately Added
Librarian Vail or tho Copper Queen
public library linn submitted his an
nual report for that splendidly con
ducted Institution, tho service ox-
tended by which covers a wider range
In" literature of largo value than does
that of nny othor library In tho stnto.
Submitted with tho" annual roport,
which will bo found below, Is a list of
now books acquired for tho library
In December and Jnnuary and now
available to tlm public. The Ust fol
lows; Directory of Dlsbeo and Warron
Chase California Coast Trails.
Ujitchlnhjon Common Diseanes.
Ewonweln Btudylng tho Short
Tomllnson Sea and tho Jungle.
Shoemaker Indian Kagca and. Pic
tures. Fuller Empire of India.
Terman Teachor'a Health.
Urowno, oil. Golden Poems.
J. J. MeDERMOTT
National Open Champion 1911 to 131.1
I-, pleasure lo a golcr when the pipe
ble In behalf of their caufo, with cer
talnty that they would win out. Locil serter, hunted down and turned over or department store, and get Instant
i cuerai Bynu-auiizers wero oxuuuiu to tno civil autnorities, is Uio History roi0f. Get a wholo year's foot relief
over Uio arrests and tho breaking up: fcr the past two yeurs of Hans lIan-jfor on.. s cents Think of It! Adv.
of tho conspiracy, pointing to It as sen, U. S. trooper. Ho Is now on his1
another demonstration of tho fact that was to Florence to servo tho sontenco hunted and looantlmo his reglmont
President Huerta, General IHanquet that has boon hnnglng ever him dur- was transferred to tho Hawaiian- Is
and oUiers of Uie old guard In Me.v, ing the period named. lands. Whon ho iwas finally captured
Ico City aro right at their posts and Two years ago Hans Hansen, a, tho witnesses required to prove his
keeping ofllclals at hands on the cavalry trooper, wont on a spree, desertion wero fsr away and the mill
helm. They "assort that the Federal Whllo undor the Influence of liquor tary authorities, tasavo expense and
strength Is now moro compact and ho rodo down threo year old child, facllltato tho rocodure, deemed It best
greater than ever before nnd that w'th playing In front of Its parents home, to turn tho trooper over to. tho civil
tho march to tho souUi tho rebels aro. and tho baby was killed. Sentlmont authorities. This was done. Tho bus
ondlng their career. ; against tho trooper ran high nnd ho pension of sentence was removed
It was noticeable at Naco on Sun-, was hurried to the county peat In fear nnd Hanson has started to Florence
day and yosterday that things had of violence. Ho was tried and con- to enter upon bis Imprisonment. And
tightened very decidedly In tho U. vlcted and Judge Sutter, In vlow of all tho tlmo that ho Is within the
S. government's department. Troop- Hansen's previous good record and walls of tho Arizona penitentiary he
era iwero no .longer crossing freely to ( tho absence of any raallco in thq will know that thcro la another pen
tho ether sldo of Uie line and Uiero crlmo for which ho was convicted alty hanging over bis head, ono that
W-as a survolllanco upon American clt-, suspended sentenco and returned him Uncle Sam will not forget and that
Izons. Ono or twtv who wero. plainly to his reglaienU j when ho Is released. If the witnesses
fcollng tho eftleetfl-'of fttlmuliints-were Ilut tho severe discipline, the morel aro then at hand, ho cases 'another
turned back, being told that they had severe becauso of the act for which incarceration In somo federal or mil
no business on tho Mexican Bide In ho w-as convicted, Irkcl Hansen and ltary prison for his dcserUon from
tho condition In which they were, ho diverted. For tmntlis l'e was tho army.
AS satisfying as the sounding smack of the
perfect arivc, is the open-air relish of
the perfect smoke Tuxedo. Both go
together, too. When you grab your bag and
start for the . links, grab up your tin of
Tuxedo and take It along.
ins r.iocs added Fnllmt, ltriitfrh" the snannv afternoon
fe5'..gT.. with Tuxedo Put Tuxedo in your pipe and
IJ JlilKU Willi i IMIUU liwcuw . It if I A 1 (( 1
provides more. ccn cnjoymenlthan yoil Will till tllC best. And at tllC nilie
anyoiher tobacco I know." tceilth hole" TCSt UD 3Ild relax With a good,
wT- solid smoke ot luxedo. mats uie aavice
of good golfers everywhere.
Si mk ralHlHl Ml
The telephone Instrument on your wall or
desk, the piece ol wire, and ihc occasional
nolc you sec, Utc voice cl one operator you
hear when you make a call, doesn't make &
You see Ices than onc-!cnlh ot the tldnrjs that
are necessary tor one single telephone mc3
You sec on the average only an Investment
It really costs us an average 'oI $102.00 to
reach each subscriber.
Our investment, as shown In our last annual
statement, Is divided approximately as lol
hVanck 7-ono Policeman 88.
Addison Sir Hoger do Covcrly.
Wagner With tho Victorious Ilul
Coulter Children of tho shadow.
Wateon Tho Dog Hook. Itcf.
Hooper Keclalmlng tho old House,
Vollman lVook of Distinctive Inter
Grosvenor Scenes From Kvcry
Talbot Making Good In Cinada,
Hauptmnnn Dramatic Works, v. 1.
Androws U. S. In Our Own Time,
lie borts Feet of tho Furtlrt
Chcrlngton Advertising as v .Bus
Howe European-.CIUea at Wor'.c.
Hall Candy Making.
Woolley Addison Droadhurst.
Ballanilne Coral Island.
Jordnn Creeping Tides.
Allen Heroine In Uronzo.
Whltochurch Left In Change.
Phlllpots WIdecombo Fair.
Fcx Heart or tho HlUs.
StevenBon Gloved Hand.
Iicllock Mr. Hobby.
Lincoln Olirs. Pratfs PatlenU.
Parrlsh Gordon Craig.
Johnson Sixty-first Second.
need White Shield.
Lincoln HIso of Iloscoo Paine.
Wllllameon Port of Adventure.
Norris House of tho Wolf.
Page I-and of tho Spirit.
narclay Dream of Illuo Itoses.
Oppcnhelm Wbrld's '.Great Snaro.
Apllngton Pilgrims of tho Plains.
Handbook of Amerlcau Indians,
vcl. i and 2.
Statistics of Hallways of tho U.
13th Census of tho U. S., vol. 3 & 8
Annual report of tho Smithsonian
C oan'.ry Club, DrooUlr.e, llati.
" am alwaysglad to speak a
good word fo. Tuxedo tobacco.
Constant use cf it onlu servts to
make It belter liked. Its fragrant,
soothing flavor makes it the choice
of many golfer;."
N'allonnl Open Champion 1X7, lays:
"Tuxedo, cool and mild, is -senlially
the smoke 'that satisfies.
Many of my fellow golfers agree
with me in giving' prefaenze to
L I IWW MWINWW WWII r I
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
It's worth yourt while to try Tuxedo.
Especially if a sensitive tongue prevents pipe
Tuxedo positively cannot bite not even
if you smoke pipeful after pipeful, as many
as you can crowd into a day or a week.
Tuxedo is made of only the finest,' choic
est, selected leaves of perfectly aged Burley
tobacco. It is made by the original "Tuxedo
Process which removes
every trace of bite and
sting and develops all
the wonderful mildness,
fragrance and flavor of
the Burley Leaf in a
way that no other brand
of tobacco has ever suc
VOU CAN BUY TUXEDO
Famous green tin with gold let-1 fn
tering, curved to fit the pocket X VC
Convenient nouch, inner' lined C
with moiittijc-proof paper . . OC
In Gloat Humidors SOc and 90c
T1IR AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
SGOTT TELLS ABOUT
Latest "Arizona" Describes
Uie Industry of Which Ari
zona Possesses Greater Part
0 U 0
0STRIGHE8i M minion
Copper Queen Library, Illsbee, Ari
Total No.' of volumes In LI-
Circulation for tho year ...23,350
Circulation per volumo ... ,,...3.10
Books catalogued during tho
The pari you sec
Subscriber Stallon Equipment .
The pari you don't sec
Tqulpmcnt. . . 52,771,312.23
Pclc Lines . . . 7,769,9161
Aerial Cables . . 2,781,582.80
Aerial Wire . . . 0,192,321.97
and Ducts . . 3,278,528.11
Real Estate and
DuIIdlnfjs . . . 2,233,162.52
General Equipment 260.500.59
There arc other (terns, too, that qo to make
up our total, such as rlQhls-oMvay and sup-piles.
The Wl¨mn States
home ssiad Telegrapli Company
"The Corporation Different"
I Hooks mend(Hl during tho yoar4.7C3
I UookB worn out and discarded" 168
Hooks rebound 120
'nooks, lost and paid for 10
i UookB lost and not paid for ...13
n.coks lost through contagious
Total registration 7613
tiovr memberships registered G75
Total fines 1151.40
No. of newspapers on fllo SG
Heading room attendance (esti
Avern ko dally nttondanco 341
The Library was closed on tho first
of March by order of tbo Hoard of
Health, on account of Bplnal Menin
gitis In town and was not reopened
until tbo 22nd of tho samo month!
During that tlmo tho building w-as
thoroughly renovated and cleaned.
Apaln, tho. 11th to tho 14th of No
vember, tho Library was closed by
Uio Hoard of lealth, this tlmo be
causo of Smallpox ami wan thorough
ly fumigated. This enforced closing
has made our circulation, attendance,
, nn,i othor Items of tbo report consld
orably' less than they would have
boon under normal conditions.
, It Is Imposslblo to roport accur
ately tho uso of tho noforenco dopurt
ment but tho Library Is doing more
, nnd moro of this work" ovory year.
'During tbo last year many HutB of
books have meon compiled on differ
ent subjects, for tho uso of toachore,
( clubs, and Individuals. Hlbllographlos
, aro also posted on tho bulletin boards
from tlmo to tlmo, also lists of topics
troateu in tno magaztnos.
FAMOUS TURFMAN DEAD
NBV YORK, Fo). 2. William
Lakelnml, woll known Jockoy, train
or and owner of rnco horses, died to
day In a Hrooklyu- hospital.' Ho
traluod Doinlno for James It, Keeno
tb year the cold wpn 268 pures.
Ostriches and whnt they mean to
the Salt River- valley Is the themo
thnt' runs through nop cnly. the lead
story but tljo art for Uio January
nutnbor of Uio Arizona Magazine. Six
thousand Out of tho Tan Thousand
Ostriches In tho United- Statos In
Arizona, Is tho surprising but- well
proved statement of Editor Clinton
S. Scott in his account of tho Ostrlct
In Arizona. i
Historical, Industrial, personal, In
dividual and collectlvo Is tho: way
Scott treats his subject. Ho describes
tho Industry from Uio egg to- tho ar
trltlc decoration on Mllady'B hat.
And Pay Do Munil contributes tho
front cover. It U an artistic water
color of Arizona scone. And of course
thcro is mountnlu and desort In It,
and as this Is an ostrich Issue, two
of tho strango birds In tho foreground.
Somo Blight changes In tho typo
graphical mako up of tho paper; are
notod, all contributing to lis attrac
tiveness. A greater generosity with
buts makes tho magazino beautifully
vho bake their cakes
and cookies at home
will appreciate the
of pure ingredients
so sure of good re- M.
' Sold by (Jrocurs
Crcictnt Mfg. Co., Scattl
Returns on 28 Irrigation Pro
jects Total $14,500,000,
Wealth That Is Due Solely
to the Developed Water
Tho summary of, tho Irrigation re
sults, Juno bo, 1913 Is taken from tho
Reclamation Record:, '
Total number 'of projects In-
ridding- 3 Indian roserva-.
Total number or acres lrrl-
gnblo ' 3,101,048
landk ". :.,i74.0S0
Total number of-'acres-Indian.
lands .' 409,500
Total numbisr of npres private
lands .'. . A MOLffiS
Total number of acres utato
lands ... ...ys. 115,340
Total number' of- acres' for '
which water Is nvallablo ". .1,290',107
Total number' of acres actual
ly Irrigated In' 1912 ,.. ...
Total number of acroa public
land unentered, fop which'
vatcr Is available ......
Total number of irrlgobln
Of tho total acceago in tho pre
pects for which, water Is available on
ly 2S767 acres Is scattered over 10
projects and as a rulo Is tho least de
Tho vnluo of tho crops, produced
In 1912 was $14,479,308, an average of
12E por aero for- the lands actually
cropped. In 1909 tho census showed;
tho average crop production for tho
wholo United Statos ns I1G.3Q por
aero and for all Irrigated lauds as
J25.0S. When It is considered tlmt, n
largo erebntngo ot tho landB Included
In tho government projects is land
only a few years from' raw desert, tho
gratifying. At any' rate lands which
will, produce annually ovpr $14,000)
worth of crops aro certainly good se
curity for ',tho , government loan of
$78,000,000 In' Irrigation works.. The
total area which twill-be, replnlmpd by,
tho preafnt, Jpyernmpijt .Wortis" Is 3,-19ljQ43-
acres or CS.fj per cent of ';tho
cultivated nrea'Tof 'nil1' No'V- Ungland.
Tho annual crop returns on tho basis
of 1913' statistics wlll ln."i80,000,opoi
ChaBO mills .of. Anioilcan ' Wpolen
Co. at Wojistqr; Mass., which cloawl
last weolc, wJU rc-opon. Full forco
of 2000 hands w.llj resum work,
Blasted Hanging Rocks
A forco of men wore busy Sunday
blasting menacing rocks on tho hill
sides of Uio Ccpper Qucon proporty.
1 ho blasting was carried on all day
m.d nil rocks that might In any, way
loosen and roll down the hillsides
wero blasted looso and torn up.
Embargo Partly Lifted
Tho embargo which has been on
Mexican fruits for several months
and which -forbids tho -bringing of
any fruit from Mexico has boon Hfto4
In so ar that a person can bring
out us many as a dozen oranges for
their own uso. No largo quantities
of fruit aro allowed to como as yet.
Curd in One Day
II- On- 1'itWilrx up-J l)lioillri SrHcui
ct .Sclrntlllo. Oillff Trrntmrnt.
Hydrocele, Rupture (Hernia)
No llrtrnllan from llulnr or llami-.
V.mroti:i.K Is n knotty, twlcted
worm like c-nndltlun of Uio vclni. with
symptom audi an uchltitf mid lialii,
nf rvoiuni-m, ilelilUty. luck of rnvrity
ami muliltlrjn. A man nulfi-rlnK from
Vtrlhocfle rnnnot i-ntei' tlic V. M. nrray.
We curp In one trratmcut of a few inln
utci. No pain. No Uaucc-r. No lncou
vcnlcure IIVI)liOCi:i.i: U n illitreattiuf con
illtlou, rrnulrlnit rxuert attention.
Urawlnir off the fluid U c.dIt trmior
nry. If you nri a auftcrrr-from 1 1 y
ilroctle yen will do well to larnil
UBte our MKTllOtl OK TKKATMBNT
ivtilcli curt-s uncomplicated cases to 30
uirriLui: hi:u.ma) Plsreea'd
of Ituptur Ua cost many lives. A
sllebt strain, ranted by aneezlne or
conuhlnir, lifting or Hcpplni: down
iiutekly, mar oiiifo deacrnt of the In
tritlni'. multlDi: In HtraiiRtilatlon and
reuulrlnK- an operation. We cure many
lino lii one trentuieut. No Incon
venience. No detention from buslnesa.
A Sure Cure For A Small Fee
Set en Veura
In 1:1 1'ano.
Our Dlplniuiin, (Vrtltli-utu und
IteiUtrutlouk, to lie r-u In our
office, pruie ll to be th ruokt
i-prt and lir't qualllled ripe
rUlltts In VA 1'iito.
Don't Give Up A Visit Will Tel-
Vie nlso enro by tlio lntt and best
nktlioda lllood i'lon, hLIn lllrukej.
lllieunmtUm, Cutnrrh, 'o and Throat
Troublea, lipllrpny, .Nrrou. Drillne,
NrnouNiteB, KnlurKed l'rntnte, Ob
truclloni. (htrlrture), Kldnry, llladiler
ml X'rlnury III.Mtrs, I'ltr. and all
net Ml I)li', unci ull aprt'lnl tllrur-
of Men and Women.
CUNblil.TATMl-., AIM III, Anil.-
. X-ItAV KXAM1NATION X'UKK.
It -out of town, is rite,
llr. lvli hrrl(l '& Co.
Second floor, llauimnt lllack. corner
Texai ec. ami Ajena aid., ui i oo, toz.
Entrance 112 Moxu Ave.
Hours, u in. to I p. lu., to 7 n.
bunuays, iu a. in i p, pi.