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. &ii -- ' "" 1-- University Club -j-j .55 --j-,, A - i i' j - X-T BISBEE DAILY REVIEW v- 14, "JRjgp VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ai, 1901 NUMBER i75 x , - -rv r. I c s V t i I f R ft Oi ib ib i ib Oi S a; ib ib 1 3 ! l&Vb 4WC JWfo ffttJ & lSBL v, Our today's ad-vertisementap-pears on local page. Boiler Explosion at , Pittsburg Steel Works. Pittsburg, Dec. 20. ''At noon it is generally reported that from ten to twenty men were killed at the Black Diamond steel works explosion this morning. It will not be known just how many are dead until the wreckage is cleared away. The explosion occurred shortly after four o'clock. The four boilers in mill No. 3 burst, scattering death and destruction. The wreck is complete and the debris is piled fifty feet high. Six dead and twelve seri ously injured have already been removed. Five of the dead are not identified, so horrible is their mutilation. Sixty men were at work when the explosion took place. The injured and dead were found under the wreckage and in the yard of the mill where they had run in hopes of sav ing their lives. DISTRICT COURT. OLD NICK wants to come to Bisbee. Santa Clausville, Iceland, Dec. I2, 1901 Mr. A. P. Skinner, Main St., Bisbee Arizona, Dear Sir: In looking for a location as a dis tributing point, for my visit to the dear people of Bisbee. I find your store most central and I.take the liberty of asking permission to make my an nual display in your window. The articles I have concluded to present this year to vour townspeople, consists of good warm Underclothing, Socks and Shoes, as well as a nice collection of stylish Hats, pretty Shirts, and some of the most fetching Neckwear I have ever seen. I have about concluded to wear one of the ties myself, instead of my fur coat, they are SO WARM. I will bring several dozen dress gloves, silk lined, that make you feel like a real Prince. You know I never used to wear suspenders, but this year I have such pretty silk ones that I couldn't resist the temptation to put a pair on, and do you know I actally feel young again. Did I tell you about the fancy hose I am wearing. My goodness, I am getting too giddy for anything. Oh, but they are warm ones; and of course I had to don a pair of those sky blue Boston garters you told me about. Now, Mr. Skinner, I know this is impos- . ing somewhat upon your gcol nature, but as there is no other location in Bisbee that suits me, I ear nestly hope you will grant my request, and I will try and see that you do not regret it. Ve-y siecerely yours, Santa Claus. Several Bench Warrants Are Out. Several Cases Disposed of by Consent Wilson Case Con- tinued Marriage Difficulties. P. S I would agreeable with jou. like to arrive between tbe IStb and 20th if S.C. &&e&&&&e&g&eeee&se& A Few Good Hints In the way of Holiday Gifts. Something novel in wearing apparel is always an ap appreciated present. Our line of novelties for both, ladies and gentlemen surpasses anything ever shown in Bisbee. Gold and Silver headed Parasols, Mexican hand carved Purses and Books. Silk Scarfs and Shawls, Steel cut Chatelaine Bags, Mexican Drawn Work Handkerchiefs. - Needle Work Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk Mufflers, Four-in-Hand, Puff, Club and -Bow Ties, Fancy Silk Suspenders. ' -J'-J" Fob Chains, Ladies and Gents Silk Hosiery, and many other items too numerous to mention. Come in and look at them and make'a wise choice. We will help you. S Diamond Bro's. The White Front Dry floods Store. w m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m -ITS PROCEEDINGS THURSDAY. Case of Dolores Gallego was the first one called for trial. He was charged with assault to commit murder. On July 4 Gallego. In an affray at Fair- bank with one Cipriano Chavez, cut Charez seriously with a good sized pocket knife. District Attorney Land conducted the prosecution and Attor ney Goodbody the defense. The jury selected to try Gnllego were: Jesus Pacheco, Alex Chisholm, Gabe Shcat, James A Lamb, W D Kinsey, John Jolly, G C Ballinger, William Al lison, W E Bbi1tt H-A Caada, O L' Blackburn antf W G Goodman.' The evidence very clearly established the foregoing facts and the attorney for the defense did not direct his ef forts toward securing an acquittal, but to convincing the jury that the affray was merely a drunken row and offense committed would be sufficiently pun ished by a verdict of simply an assault. This case occupied the court for the morning session and recess was taken till 1:30 p m. AFTERNOON SESSION. Opened with calling- the case No. 817 Jesus Bringas, indicted for burglary. Charles Bowman, assistant District Attorney appearing for the prosecu tion and W. P. Miller for the defense. The sleeping apartment here of one James Reese, a colored musician, was in June last entered and robbed of num erous articles of clothing, etc. Bringas was shortly afterward arrested in Bis bee and most of the stolen articles found in his possession. The only argument offered for the defense by Attorney Miller was that the mere fact of the possession of the stolen property could cot be taken as conclusive proof that the defendant bad committed the burglary. The de fendant in testifying in his own behalf had stated that he had received the property from another Mexican and Opes For Entry U. S. Commissioner Geo B. Wilcox has received the following notice from Register Milton R. Moore, which is of interest to residents of Bisbee and Douglas: Notice is hereby given that plats of township 13 South ranre, 21 East and Wownship 24 South range, 23 East, have been filed in this office, and that lands in said townships will be open for entry at 9 o'clock on and after Monday, Jan uary 27th, 1902. The location of the above described land lies between the town of Douglas and Forest station on thn line of the Southwestern Railroad of Arizona. 1 Paso Company Gets Contract The Mine and Smelter Supply com pany of El Paso was the lucky com pany which secured the contract for the building of the Calumet smelter, whicch will be located at Douglas. Mr. T. H. Tracey, the Arizona and Sonora representative of tbe company, has been in Bisbee for several days con suiting with Superintendent Merrill as to time of delivery and erection of the plant. "Wo were up against some prefy big people," said Mr. Tracey, speaking of the contract, "and the Calumet offi cials thought we did not have the ca pacity to torn out a too like this, but when I cited them several instances where oor company had made large contracts for mines and smelters in Arizona and Mexico, and fulfilled our part in the time specified and the man ner of work, and took some of the di rectors to see what-we could do in the building line, they seemed satisfied and we got the order. Every bit of the named him, However, the jury after being out hardly twenty minutes re turned a verdict of burglary in the first degree, through their foreman, Lewis Hunt. Bringas is a young in telligent looking Mexican, who has been about Bisbee a great deal. The case of Thomas Wilson, assault to commit murder, was called and by agreement was continued for the term. Attorney Miller, for the petitioner, made application for a hearing in the casa of Walker vs. Walker. These are Bisbee people, and Mr. Walker seeks tbe annulment of his marriage of fifteen or sixteen jears ago on the ground that Mrs. Walker could not, at that time, contract a legal marriage, having a husband living from whom she had not been divorced. Attorney C. T. Clark is on the record as the at torney for the defense, and asked a continuance on the ground that having understood there would be no civil cases heard this term he bad advised his client that the presence of herself and witnesses would not be necessary, Tbe order of the court was that the defense make a proper showing as to grounds for continuance or tbe casa would proceed to a hearing todav. Application was made for a hearing Inthe case ofSarah D. Pardun vs. W. v. Pardud, asking'alimony. bat aftr explanation by attorney Miller for de fense a continuance was granted. At 4:50 p.m. tbo jury in the case of Dolores Gallego, through their fore man, W. D. Kinsey, returned a verdict of assault to commit murder. Satur day' the 21st, was set for sentence by the court. Charles W. Edney, charged with per jury. Demurrer to indictment over ruled and defendant ordered te plead. At 5 o'clock a recess was taken un til 7:30. NIGHT SESSION. j Charles W. Edney, charged with perjury, entered a plea of not guilty. Case set for trial Saturday morning. English for defense. Tho sheriff reported having L. J. Moore in court in custody, and Moore was .called upon to plead to indictment charging him with the murder of Louis Krohn at Turquo'se in July last. Eng lish appeared as counsel for defendant and waived statutory time tc plead, a plea of not guilty being entered. Case of J. N. Johnson, assault to commit murder, called. Defendant is on bail. Not answering, a bench war rant for him was ordered issued. Reces till 930 a. m. Henry Kriemerof Bisbee was admit ted to citizenship, Gus Landau and Lee Henkel appearing as his sponsors. iron work will be done In our shops at El Paso. We are filling a machinery order for the Cananea company from our El Paso house now. "We hope to have everything in good shape for the Calumet company in less than the time specified, end their smelting plant will be one of the mod ern, up-to-date kind, and will be so ar ranged as to add additional smelters and converters as the company may see fit. Tbey will start up with one fur nace and two converters, and expect to put in more farnaces later In the year. that thoroughfare. The committee has reason to believe now. that the prop erty holders along that thoroughfare are now in sympathy with the move ment, and consequently the lines were so extended. Surveyor George C. Clark is at work this week preparing a new map of the proposed city limits, which roughly are as follows: Including all property In Tombstone canyon, on Quality hill and School hill and extending west just above J. G. Prltchard's residence. All pr-perty on Brewery tonue, Chihuahua hill and down the canyon to a point this side of the Bisbee mercantile store, when -the line crosses the canyon and joins the railroad track, which Is made the south line to a point in tbe rear of J. B. Angius' store. The committee are sanguine that their efforts will be crowned with suc cess, and as soon as the new map is completed showing the proposed boun dary lines the committee will prepare the necessary petition and present Itfcto the people for their signatures. It is hoped that the necessary petition will have been completed by the Janu ary meeting of the board, and before 1902 has grown very old Bisbee will be on the high road to prosperity under a clean, business like city form of gov ernment. EKLS SOCIAL. Admiral Sampson Makes Vigorous Protest Washington, Dec. 20. Admiral Sampson's protest against the findings of Admiral Dewey reached the navy department at noon. The protest is quite a vigorous one. He disapproves especially that part of Dewey's note where he says Admiral Schley was in absolute command of the fleet at Santiago. Sampson declares this is not true, and that he alone had charge of the entire fleet and Schley should have simply acted under his direction. Senator Hanna's Laudable Ambition One of Those Pleasant Events In the Annals of Clkdom. CORPORATE LIMITS Every now and then the Elks make up their mind to entertain their friends. It's not necessary in Elkdom for all to give unanimous consent. Some "Old Buck" generally suggests it and the joung 'kids" take hold and push tbe thing through. Last night at the Opera House it was an Elks social. Nothing vey os tentatious. Just quiet stag time with Hi Henry's Minstrels in the main points and a cold collati n with Elks milk on the side. This Elk's milk Is really very strengthening. Hi Henry was given the seat of hon or and presided at the social session and the program rendered by member of his company was enjoyed in a man ner that showed their efforts were highly appreciated. Billy Clark, the funny man of the show, sang his best songs ana rw-uea some recitations of his own composi tion and kept the audience in a roar of laughter. Al Gates, the runnicg mate of Billy Clark was equally as clever and his singing of comic songs was a feature of the evening. The dancing of Messrs. Corrigan and Dove was the best ever seen on the Bisbee stage. Messrs. Cook and Hall, in their mu sical act, made a hit and called forth two encores. Several Elks were among the Hi Henry Minstrels and were glad to help out in the social session. During the different numbers on the program refreshments were served and all who attended went away believing that the Bisbee Elks are some of the best people on earth. BISBEE ROAD Committee Appointed te Circu late a Petition HoM a Meeting The committee appointed last June to fix the corporate limits of the city of Bisbee and to circulate a petition for s!fcb?s, which is to be presented to jibe Board of Supervisors, held a meetlntr. on Wednesday night and decided to extend the limits aa previously decided upon. At the meet ing were Walter Douglas, superintend ent of the Copper Queen company, and committeemen Wallace, Angius and Wilcox. The lines had previously been so fixed by the committee that Brewery avenue would not fall within tbe city limits, partly owing to tbe fact that an active opposition was apparent along Bays More Property In CI Paso Depot Talk. A deal has been closed betweeen the El Paso and Southwestern railrordand tbe A. H Loomis estate for 102 feet on the west side of Stanton street near Franklin. Tbe buyers pay a price of $22,500 for the property. "The ground purchased will proba bly be used for switch yards," said Chief Engineer Leffingwell of the El Paso and Southwestern road this morning. "This is not positive infor mation, though I think the plan at present is to use it for that purpose, It is right in line with oar right of way and bad'to be bought. "We have not decided yot where to locate our depot. It all depends on whether a union depot is built in this city. Should one b3 built In time we will use It and not build one for our selves. Waiting to find oat what is going to be the outcome is the cause of our holding back." The Dropertv purchased is now va cant save a small building occupied as a store. An effort Is now being made to buy the interest of the storekeeper In order to clear tbe ground of every thins-. The price paid for tbe properly New York, Dec.20. "I would rather have the credit of making successful the movement to bring labor and capi tal into close relations of confidence and reliance than be president of tbe United States. "If by resigning my seat in the United States senate I could bring to fruition the plans that we are now fos tering to make strikes, lockouts and great labor disputes impossible I would gladly do so. "I think it is the grandest thing that could be accomplished in this country. I would no greater monument than to have the world remember that I did something to end wars between Amer ican labor and American capital." These words, says a Washington dis patch to the Herald, were uttered to day by Senator Hanna of Ohio, chair man of the Republican national com mittee, who, with his face aglow with earnestness, spoke of the progress that has been made in tbe way of conciliat ing men of millions and men of muscle in the Industrial world. With this work Senator Hanna has had more to do than any one outside of Intimate associates has ever suspected. He has given the American Civic Fed eration an impetus that will probably result in conference of leading capital ists and labor leader?, to be held in New York next week an epoch making affair. tor Hanna went to New York tonight, and before be departed gave an inter view in which he told of the progress of the idea of Industrial arbitration and if his efforts in the cause that he pats higher than a seat in the senate or a home in the White House. In his interview Senator Hanna told some things about recent labor trou bles that have not been suspected, and they are all the more important in view of the fact that he has participated in them and that they have led to the movement, of which he is a part, as suming its present proportions. Labor Appeals to the President Chicago, Dec. 20 The Chicago Fed eration of Labor at its meeting yester day adopted a memorial to congress which protests against government by"" Injunction and asks that action be taken limiting the power of federal judges in the matter of labor disputes. The memorial is addressed to the President, senators and members of the House of Representatives of the United States. In its opening paragraph it points out that the federation is a cen tral body composed of delegates repre senting the labor unions of Chicago which have a membership of more than 115,000. Several recent injunctions of a sweeping nature dealing with labor trouble are cited as a reason for the action asked. Secretary Gage Will Soon Resign Washington, Dec 20 Secretary Gage requested the President to accept his resignation this morning. Secre tary Hay is quoted as saying that he would not resign until canal matters are fixed. President Roosevelt Resents Indignity Washington, Dec 20. After a con ference with Secretary Gage this morn ing the President decided to remove appraiser Wakeman at New York at once. It is a direct casa of summary dismissal. Wakeman wrote President Roosevelt a letter speaking offensively of Gage, the indignity of which Presi dent Roosevelt did not overlook. Episcopal Bishop Philipine Diocese. Boston, Mass., Dec. 20 The Rev. C. H. Brent, rector of St. Stephen's church, was consecrated as the first bishop of the new Episcopal diocese of the Philippines today at 11 o'clock at St. Stephen's church. The witnesses of the ceremonial and services accom panying the consecration were mem bers of the church ovar which the rec tor presided, the rectors, vestrymen and members of the congregation of -t.1 DrI ,, , U-'S " Old Landmark Will be Sold Philadelphia, Dec. 20. The site and building of the old United States mint, whfch for more than a century has been u landmark at the corner of Chestnut and Juniper streets, were put up for sale at auction today. The old building stands, in the very heart of the business district, and the site will be purchased for the erection of a bans or other financial institution. A Brilliant Banquet. Kansas City, Dec. 19 Men distin guished in warfare, diplomacy and statesmanship will be heard tonight at the banquet of the Kansas City Com mercial club in commemoration of the signing of the Jay treaty. The guests of honor will be General Arthur MacAr thur, "Private" John Allen, Minister Wu and D. R. Francis, president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Verdict of Guilty London, Dec. 20. The jury this morning found the Jacksons guilty of gross immorality. The judge there upon sentenced Jackson to fifteen years penal servitude and his wife, Ann Odella Dis de Bar, to seven years. Two More Deaths San Francisco, Dec. 20. Two more deaths occurred todayas a result of a wreck -on the coast division of the Southern Pacific trains yesterday. DOUGLAS HOLD UP is paid considered hieh. and Is taken to mean that property in that locality will bring. better values In the future. An omciai of the El Paso and Southwestern road said this morning that the right of way through the city west of the office buildings had been secured. El Paso Herald. Two or three other baking powders are almost as'good as Schilling's Best. Some other baking powders are pure; some are well-made. None other than Schilling's Best is both pure and well made. Your grocer has it. Ynma Quarantined. Phoenix, Ariz , Dec. 20 The terrlto rial board of health took steps this morning to establish a quarantine at Ynma. A dispatch from there says reports of a wide-spread smallpox epi demic are exaggerated and that there are less than 100 cases Instead of near ly 1000 as had been reported from there. The disease is of a mild form and came from the Indian villages be low Yuma, on the California side of tbe river. Armed gnards are now pa- tro'Ung the river and keeping the In' dlans from the city. An Exciting Scene In a Saloon on the Border. Extreme Cold Weather. St. Louis, Dec. 20 The weather is very cold here today, interfering with world's fair progiam and prevented the big military parade and outdoor exer cises. It was necessary to heat tbe ground in order to go through witn grand breaking of gournd ceremony. Otere Is a Winner Washington, Deo. 20. A Correspond ent of the Western Press Association is informed today npon the highest au thority that the protest against the confirmation of Governor Otero of New Mexico will be unavailing. A telephone message from C. A. Overlook yesterday gave the first infor mation of an attempted hold up Thurs day night of White's saloon. Two men rode into the place about 11 o'clock and demanded the money in the house. A. G. Evans grabbed a rifle and tried to use it but was shot by one of the rob bers. The highwaymen then walked out of tbe saloon and mounting their horses rode off inlthe direction of Dem ing, following the Hue of the new rail road. Evans was picked up by parties who came into the saloon after the robbers had left, and was carried to a room and adoctor summoned. On examination a bullet hole was found under the left nipple just below the heart, the ball was not located by the doctor in attend ance. Evans was bleeding Inwardly and pronounced mortallv wounded h the doctor. Evans is well known in Bisbee, having worked for E. B. Mason for some time prior to movinc to TVmr. las and was well liked by his associates. The men who did the shooting are known In Douglas and officers are in pursuit and expect to land them In jail in a short time l i. f 31 4 5 n r-T'