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Sunday Morning, December 31, 1922
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
-2 Additional Representatives
Chosen as Result Increase
in Local Mine Forces
Senators and representatives were
elected Oil Friday by the Copper
Recent increases in forces result
ed in the addition of two seats to
the house to be occupied, as the
result of the election, by Tom Mort,
for the Loivell division, and James
Cameron, for the mechanical de
partment. The elections resulted in the fol
lowing chani's in the senate.
Foreraer and night foremen: Night
Foreman Leonard Warmington will
succeed T.' N. Jewell, forman of the
Shift iioKsep; Southwest d:vi-sion.
A. D. Hi own will succeed A. L.
Mechanical Department foremen
and bosses: Bert W. Parnell, pipe
foreman, will succeed D. R. Hancock,
forman of Die hoist rope department.
Clerical department: II. I. John
son, chii f cor of the sUDDlv de-
I partment, will succeed Arthur Riley,
formerly chief clerk of the supply
Miseeilmeous surface department:
C. W. Moon, safety inspector, will
succeed V. W. Gidley, employment
Changes in the house . resulting
from the election follow:
Sacramento division: Allen Tate
will succeed John B. Hobbs.
Miscellaneous surface department:
T. T. Brayfield will succeed Isaac
Engineering and metallurgical de
partment: E. C. Cooley will succeed
J. C. Chapman.
The membership of the two houses
Foreman and night foremen, un
derground department: L. Warming
ton. Shift bosses: A. D. Brown, South
west division; William Taylor, Low
ell division; George L. Forrey, Sac
Mechanical department foremen
Mitt Simms, Guy
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
At the threshold of the New Year we stand grateful for
your patronage of the past, and in the happy spirit of
the season, we tender Sincere Greetings.
Brophy Carriage Co.
Wholesalers and Retailers
At the close of the year, I take pleasure in thanking my customers
for their patronage. Our Fall business has been very gratifying.
I also announce that I have formed .a partnership with Chas. M.
Fruitman, the well known ladies' tailor, and that from the first of
the year we will carry on a high class
. Ladies' and Gents'
tailoring business under the firm name of
44 MAIN STREET
Please accept our New Year's Greet
ings and wish that all the season's hap
piness, good cheer, health and pros
perity be multiplied a thousand times
and sent to you each day of 1923.
FINE CUSTOM TAILORING FOR MEN AND WOMEN
To clear our shelves for the new Spring goods, we offer for quick
sale a ' number of serviceable Business Suits at from $32.50 up.
With these Suits goes our usual guarantee for a perfect fit.
PHOENIX. Ariz., Dec. 30- Marico
pa grand jury indictments charging
former secretary of state Mitt Sims
and Guy Acuff with conspiracy in con
nection with state land board loans
in Pinal county were dismissed today
by superior court Judge R. C. Stan
ford on recommendation of County
Attorney Sheppard. The cases were
dismissed on the grounds of insuffi
No action was taken in connection
with indictments on a smaller charge
against II. S- Ross, Alfred S. Eiboth
ami V' T AU'iu
A motion by counsel for the de
fendants to quash the indictments on
the ground that the grand jury which
returned them was illegally drawn
had previously been denied by Judge
Stanford and the decision on the mo
tion to quash was later carried to the
supreme court. No supreme court
decision on the appeals has yet been
HERE ON VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Baker, of Loa
Angeles, arrived in the city Friday
night from Los Angeles by auto on a
visit to Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs.
A. Kindred. Mrs. Baker was former
ly Adelade Kindred. They will re
turn to Los Angeles on Tuesday and
Mrs. Kindred will accompany them
for a few weeks visit.
and bosses; L. J. Larson, foreman
blacksmith shop; Bert Parnell, fore
man pipe department. ,
Miscellaneous surface department
heads and foremen: W. A. Nowling,
sawmill foreman and C. W. Moon,
Engineering and metallurgical de
partment: C. II. Compton, chief
Clerical department: H. I. Johnson
Chief clerk supply department.
Medical department: Dr. C. II. Hunt.
Southwest division: Sam Verran
and A. J. Morgan.
Lowell division: Walter Dexter and
Sacramento division: Carl Carlson
and Allen Tate.
Mechanical department: W. R.
Tonkin and James Cameron.
Surface department, Americans: T.
Surface department, Mexicans:
Alex Borgatto. '
Clerical department: Robert Fer
gus. Engineering department: E. C.
Medical department: E. B. Bright.
W. E. McCallam has returned from
Jerome where he has been for sev
During the New Year
Buy Where You Can Buy For Less
Gibson-Hmes Lumber Co.
Lumber Shingles Lath
Plaster Cement Hardware
Paints and Oils
We Will Contract Your Building
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT IN
THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
MARIA CASTRO, Plaintiff, vs.
Federico Castro, Defendant.
Action brought in the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, in
and for the County of Cochise and
the Complaint filed In the said Coun
ty of Cochise, in the office of the
C.'ei'K of ta'd Superior Court.
The State of Arizona Sends Greeting:
Federico Castro, You are hereby
required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above
named Plaintiff in the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, in and
for the County of Cochise, and to
answer the complaint filed therein
within tventy days (exclusive of the
day of service after the service on
you of this summons (if served
within the county otherwise within
thirty days) or judgement by default
will be taken against you according
to the prayer of said complaint.
Given under my hand and the
Seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the
County of Cochise, this 15th day of
November in the year of our Lord,
one thousand nine hundred and
J. E. JAMES.
By H. P. JOHNSON,
Dr. Glass has positive
proof that he is able
to cure tuberculosis
by inhalation, in any
climate. For further
THE T. F. GLASS
Mason Bldq., Lot Angeles. Cal.
The case of M. Castenada, charged
with reckless driving on the Douglas
road when he rail' into Sheriff Joe
Hood's car was postponed in Judge
Craig's court yesterday until next
GAMBLING CASE CONTINUED
The case in the city police court
against Pete Sasso and Tony Blanco,
charged with maintaining a gambling
house on Naco Road at the Mexican
Italian Club, was continued yester
day until next Thursday at 2 o'clock.
They demanded a separate trial by
jury when arraigned before city po
lice Judge Butler yesterday.
Nels T. Peterson, for 12 years a
eager, at the Lowell shaft, has re
turned to Bisbee after almost two
years residence in Fresno, Calif.,
and will once more make this city
Ed Townsend, formerly With the
Copper Queen blacksmith shop, has
returned from Itouglas, where he had
been employed at the Copper Queen
smelter, and resumed his old duties.
Dewey Hogan is visiting here with
his mother, Mrs. Peter Swanson, of
Temby Avenue. Hogan is now a
resident of Miami.
Caleb Daley, of Lordsburg, N. M.,
is a guest at the home of Major
and Mrs. Charles McKean, of Warren.
Mrs. J. Tocker will lpave this ieve
ning for New York on a business
HAPPY NEW YEAR
With the dawn of this New Year, we wish heartily to
thank you for your business during 1922. May the
New Year bring you and yours the best in Life's store
Health, Happiness and Prosperity.
LOWELL WOOD & COAL CO.
The Warren District students on
the university, .who have been here
spending the holidays with their par
ents, will return to Tucson on Mon
day night so as to resume their stud
ies on Tuesday morning.
The general delivery windows of
the post-office will be opened on
Monday between the hours of 3:30
and "4:30. None of the other win
dows will be opened. The mail for
the lock boxes will be distributed
today and Monday.
A Christmas celebration was staged
Tuesday evening by the Pythian Sis
tors. A large Christmas tree brought
shouts of delight from the - many
youngsters present. Following a pro
gram of recitations and music, Santa
Claus, greatly resembling J. J. Quill,
made his appearance and presented
gifts to each boy and girl. Mrs. Wil
liam Delbridge was chairman of the
committee that worked for several
months on plans for the celebration.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the First
Church of Warren will meet Monday
at 2 o'clock at the church. There
will be no regular hostess. Mem
bers should report with their nickles,
as this is the closing of the "Nickel
AT COPPER QUEEN
Arrivals at the Copper Queen hotel
yesterday were: Earle D. Mason,
Cananea; Mrs. H. D. Bernitz, Cananea;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gibbs and Miss W.
R. Gibbs, Cananea; Caleb P. Daly,
Lordsburg, N. 31.; Win. Dinan, San
Francisco; Kejo Lujnki and Z, Indo,
Tokyo, Japan ; A. W. Aamodt, Bemidji,
Minn; H. P. Burch, Tucson; Bishop
Atwood, Phoenix; Colman O'Shea,
Denver; J. R. Hoagland, New York;
C. L. White, San Pedro, Calif.
Joe Downs, local barber, who under
went a slight operaiton at the Copper
Queen hotel a few days ago, was so
far recovered yesterday as to be able
to be taken to his home on Mason
Frank Thomas and family have re
turned from Globe where they spent
Christmas with relatives.
Miss Althea Saelid left last night
for Needles to resume her duties in
the public schools there.
Miss Beatrice Mariotti returned to
Los Angeles last evening after spend
ing Christmas with her parents.
Vivian Muirhead has returned to
Tucson after spending Christmas here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
May the New Year just dawning with
its bright horizon speaking of better times,
better conditions, better people meet
your every expectation.
May the year 1923 be your best.
PURE MILK DEPOT
Attornev Alexander Murrv left yes
terday for Tucson where he will re
main for several days.
Mrs. C. M. Lynn, of Warren, left yes
terday for Silver Bell, Ariz., where
she will visit with friends for several
Frank L Culin, insurance adjuster,
returned to his home in Tucson yes
terday after a few days visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deegan are
expected to arrive here Monday from
Los Angeles to again take up their
residence in the district.
Al Bergqulst and family, of Tomb
stone, came over last evening to
spend the week end here with rela
Howard J. McFarland, of Douglas,
is in the city for a few days on a visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gibbs and daugh
ter, of Cananea, are in the city on a
visit to friends.
J. P. Connolly and family were over
from Tombstone last evening on a vis
it to friends.
Earle D. Mason, of Cananea, came
up last evening to attend the dinner
dance at the Country Club. ' "
A majority of the merchants of the
district are taking advantage of Sun
day and Monday and are making their
TO BOX IN PHOENIX
"Red" Milburn of this city is sched
uled to box ten rounds in Phoenix on
Monday with Dick Dundee, of El Paso,
before the Phoenix Athletic Club.
Battling Ortega, also of Bisbee, will
box the semi-Cinal with Young Rivers,
of Phoenix. Both boxers have been
in Phoenix for several days in training
The fountain pen with the
little red pump handle.
A "Camel" for ink.
Guaranteed by us and
BACK TO SUNNY ITALY
Joe Bello, a resident of the War
ren District since 1907, will leave
in a few days for his boyhood home
in Italy, where he will remain.
BISHOP TO SPEAK
Bishop J. W. Atwood will conduct,
the 11 o'clock services at St. John's
Episcopal phurch; this morning. The
Christmas music will be repeated at
today's servicesl ., - f
TO OPEN LOWELL STORE
-William Silver and William Mor
genstern have formed a partnership
and will open a man's furnishing
store in Lowell soon after January
firsL Morgenstern has been a res
ident of the district for the past
seven years and at present is man
ager of the Fair Annex. Silver is
also well known in this district and
operates an Army Goods store here
and at Miami.
We wish our friends
and customers a
happy and prosper
ous New Year.
appy Mew YearQ
TO our patron-friends everywhere, we
extend the compliments and good
wishes of the season.
May the New Year build upon the
experiences of the old and bring to you
three hundred and sixty-five tomorrows
filled with the joy of health, prosperity,
Arizona Packing Co.
We wish to thank our many friends for their patronage
during the year 1922, and we wish to serve you even
better in 1923 than we have in the pastl We hope and
trust that the storm clouds of depression have rolled
away and the sunshine of prosperity will shine brighter
than ever to you all. So here's wishing you one and all
A Most Happy New Year
L Lo i
PIONEER JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf and W.
A. Callison left yesterday for San
Francisco. Mr. Callison is the father
of Mrs. Wolf.
LYNCH SIXTY IN YEAR
NEW YORK. Dec. 80. Sixty per
sons were lyncned in states below
the Mason and Dixon line in the year
just ending, the National Association
for the advancement of colored peo
ple announced in a report made pub
lic tonight. Texan head the list in
W. Silver Army Goods Stores
Wish to thank ;the .public!: for their patronage; during the
past and extend most hearty wishes ' for a '"' '
Prosperous and Happy New Year
At the same time we wish to announce the opening of a
new store in Lowell, Arizona, where we will also handle
MR. WILLIAM MORGENSTERN-
who has entered our firm as a full partner, will have
charge of the Lowell establishment.