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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
VOLUME V.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1901
NUMBER 180
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Our daily Store
News will be resum
ed in this space after
Stock Taking.
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5 U. . Court CommluloiKr, Conner.
S. K. WILLIAMS, I
a JUSTICE OF THE PJBACE fe
Stenographer and typist alwayi at hand
and dictation taken at hotel or rest
dene if desired. Charees reasonable
and aerrlees prompt and aoeurs te.
Driack tuMag ffiKZEKS.
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SAY BOYS!
and get
good to
ought to
Wky Bn't You Cose
ay 40 shapes
blocks,
' era, the latest on Broadway, and
i Knockabouts, just the thing for
I Now you are going to do
t first, so simply include the old
i those only ones Santa brought us.
Main St
ONE NIGHT!
A NOTAILE EVENT
Thursday, Jan. 2.
The Yoaog Romantic Actor
S. Miller Kent
PRESENTING NAT C. OOOEWIN'S
SUCCESS
The Cowboy
The Lady!
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BY CLYDE C. FITCH
With the Original New York
" Knickerbocker Theatre
Production.
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PRICES Pint 10 rows .81.50
Seoond 10 rows 1 00
Balance Admission.... .75
mg Hull on sale at Skinner' Genu'
Furnishing Store Saturday the 96th.
Mill CAIIMZA
GARMNZA
CUSTOil
COMMISSION
NACO,
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NoUrj Public anil Coavtyancr. P
Money Loaned. Bents Col
lected on Commission. General
Real Estate Business Transacted
Houmi for rent Income Property
for Sale. Property of all kiodi han
dled on commiuion .
your presents. Wasn't Santa
yon? Ho was to us. You S
see the Hata he brought, about
and styles, Stetson and Knox
dandy Pearl and .Black Htrawl-
some nice little light and dark
this time of year.
the annual "Swear off" act on the
hat in the deal and get one of
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A. P. SKINNER.
The entire amount of
money prizes offered in the
Schilling' s Best baking
powder advertisements will
be paid in this cot,..ty.
One hundred dollars each
month for four months
.$400 in all.
Have you made up your
mind what you'll do with
the money when its yours?
Send only the brown
coupons found in baking
powder tins.
Do not send other col
ored coupons from other
J Schilling's Best goods. t
Warrei Landry C.
& Situated in
if Upper Mule Gulch
Geil tfflce, Get. NrfNaeer's.
MAM E.HMA
ft MORA
HOUSE AND
BROKE.
SONORA, MEX.
Mine Superintendent
1$ foully Murdered.
Cripple Creek, Colo., Dec. 27. -Martin Gleason, su
perintendent of the Wild Horse, Damon and Deadwood
mines, was murdered yesterday and his body found at the
foot of the Kalamazoo shaft this morning. Indications of
a desperate struggle were found at the mouth of the mine.
The owners offer five thousand dollars reward for arrest I
of the murderer, and the county commissioners Will add to
this. Gleason leaves a wife to mourn his loss. He had
been mining in this country for several years and was well
liked.
LAND LEASE BILL.
it
Passed by Congress Would
Provide for Lease of Ari
zona's Grazing Lands.
Washington, Dec. 27. Representa
tive Stephens of Texas Introduced the
first bill of the session referring to the
leasing of the public crazing land In
the arid states and territories This
bill proposes to put the entire matter
in the bands of the Secretary of the
Interior and provides that any bona
fide actual settler who may reside on
any part of the land, the lease of which
is authorized by this act, shall have
the prior right for a period of ninety
days after the law is passed, to lease
such quantity of land as may be limited
by the act to Include his improvements
upon complying with the provisions of
the proposed law.
Mr. Stephens proposes that the pub
lic grazing lands shall, be leased and
conserved as follows:
Sec. 4. That the public grazing
lands in the arid states and territories
of the United States snail be leased by
the commissioner of the general land
office under the provisions of this act.
All grazing lands containing perma
nent water thereon shall be leased
for a term of five years or less at not
less than three cents per acre per ant:
num and all grazing lands classified as
pasture or dry grazing lands shall be
leased for a term of not more than ten
years at not le99 than two cents per
acre per annum, which rental shall be
paid yearly In advance, the first pay
ment to made at the time the lease con
tract Is entered into. It at the termi
nation of any lease the land covered
thereby Is still for lease, the lessee
thereof shall have "the preference right
to again lease such lands heretofore
leased by him upon the terms and at
the prices then fixed by law. All
leases shall bo execated under the
hand and seal of the land commissioner
and delivered to the lessee or his duly
authorized agent, and such lease shall
not take -effect until Ihe first annual!
rent is paid and such lease thereof
duly filed in the register's office in
which the land Is situated; and all
leases under the provisions of this act
shall be advertised by the commis
sioner in such manner as he mav think
best and let to the highest responsible)
bidder under tucb regulations as he
may think for the best interest of the
United States. AU bids and offers to
lease msy be rejected by him, pri'ortp
signing tbelajse contract, for fraud at
collusion, or other good and sufficient
The Beef Trust
Cornering the Hen
New York, Dec 27. As a result of
the cold weather and a "corner," en
gineered by Chicago packers. New
York la threatened with an egg fam
ine. Long Island eggs sold in this market
today at at $10.80 a case, or at the rate
of 36 cents a dozen wholesale. Tor in
ferior brands dealers demanded 30 and
32 cents a dozen.
Supplies were limited and commis
sion merchants expressed the opinion
that higher prices would prevail unless
the shortage is made good.
Retailers in some Instances are han
dling eggs without profit in order to
accommodate regular customers. Gro
cers have made an advance of a few
cents dozen over the wholesale rates,
prices quoted ranging from 36 to 40
cents per dozen, according to quality
and condition.
While dealers attribute the higher
prices to the severity of the weather
wholesalers who handle consignments
of eggs from every section east of the
Mississippi assert that the real reason
ix the advance is to be found in the
aperstlosa of the Beef trust.
n VtXCft os LApfOvlvVe
Sharps ville, Pa., Dec, 27. An ex
plosion occurred here this morning in
the furnace plant outside of towu and
three men were blown into eternity.
The workmen were engaged in the
boiler room. Four other ware badly
soaldsd aad hart.
Tammany Hall
Will DPnrflini7P ' the JOUDB ladyto a dance nearby.
it 111 iuui yuiiiz.i. Instead of eoiDff t0 the danoe thi8 gay
j young wooer put whip to the hordes
New York, Dec 27. Tammany Hall j and next morning they were In Tomb
Is to be reorganized at a meeting to- stone and presented themselves at the
night and among politicians much in-1 office of the probate judge and in a
terest is displayed in the meeting. 'tew minutes were man and wife.
Richard Croker desires to be relieved I Next day Mr. Price heard of the
as much as possible from the burden of
leadership for the next two jears. As
Tammany will be out of power It Is
felt that the leadership of the organ
izatlon can be safely entrusted to other
hands. There is much speculation as
to who will be chosen as Mr. Croker's
deputy. John F. Carroll Is the logical
candidate, but It is said that Mr. Car
roll will not take the pUce. Others
suggested as leaders during Mr.
Croker's absence are Patrick Keenan,
Maurice Featherstone and Mr. John
Whalen.
It is said that Daniel F. McMahon,
who for four years has been chairman
of the executive committee, is to be
tnrned down. He is said to have in
curred the displeasure of the Tam
many powers by protesting against the
nomination of VanWyck and others
named on the recent municipal ticket,
and also by demanding the removal of
Devery prior to the opening of the
campaign.
Nothing but Water
for "Missouri"
Kansas City, Mo., Dec 27. The
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
today wired Miss Cockrell at New Port
News: "To red'em poor old Bourbon
whiskvsoaked Missouri by using wa
ter in chrUteniog the battle ship Mis
souri instead of wine."
Four Hundred Killed
.. , lie elates that there is a great deal of
Near ianamQtm'Dera'fa" kinds down there, and
Colon, Dec. 27. Four hundred men
were killed in a fierce encounter be
tween the revolution iry and govern
ment forces of Colombia at Honda,
near the istbmui -of Panama. The
government troopj were finally victo
rious. Captive Missionary
Will he Released
Constantinople, Dec. 27. A dispatch
received here today from treasurer
Peet, of the Missionary Society, says
he has established communication with
the brigands and will secure the re
lease of Miss Stone within a fortnight.
Honors President's
Daughter.
Washington, D. C, Dec 27. The
third of a series of notable dinners
given this month 'by the Secretary of
tne interior and Mrs. Hitchcock takes
nl(UA t.hla oirAnfnfr 'Fhn fnnttnn la In
The function is In
honor of Miss Alice Roosevelt.
Pninradn .aail Canthorn Ulr,rV
"f
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ieuver, u k. ii. 1 wrecit on me
Colorado and Southern occurred this (
morninir. south of Trinidad, which re
suited la tie injury of six passengers, i
one fatally. The north bound New
Orleans train jumped the track. -
Icrtkeeitr is Short.
St. Louis, Dec. '27. Thomas Luddle
son.forraer bookkeeper of the east St
Louis stock yards, was arrested today
charged with embezzling $13,000 from
the asssociation.
Three Children Cremated.
Buffalo, Dec. 27. Three children of
Mrs.Orezela were cremated in a build
ing on Lombard street this morning.
Tne mother and a two-day-old baby es
caped. ' Senator Sepall Bead
Trenton, N. J., Dec. 27. Senator
Sewall, for years a promlnent'figure in
national affairs, died at
his home in
thli Hty this morning.
Caet. Leacy Bead.
Boston, Deo. 27. Captain Leary, U.
8. N., died thle morning in the Marine
beeplul.
CVERYTHINQ LOVELY.
An irate father-Jn-Law Arrives
Too Late.
Thursday afternoon, on the street
1 jutt in front of the General office, a
young married couple encountered an
irate father who had ridden seventy
five miles to stop the wedding. He
came loo late, however. The knot had
been securely tied by Probate Judge
Boatwlck at Tombstone on the da pre-
lous.
The newly married are C. Lloyd
Magarell and Miss Price. M. Magarell
lis a transfer man in this city and at odd
times has been paying close attention
to the young lady who lives on a ranch
with her father In the Chlricahua
mountains, all of which did not meet
with the approval of Mr. Price, Sr.
On Tuesday Magarell put in an ap-
jpearance with a spanking team and a
light rig and reauested the comDanv
runaway and saddled a horse and made
for lilsbee, a distance of some seventy
five miles, and telegraphed the pro
bate judge not to issue the license
but the message came too late.
After leaving the telegraph office he
started down the street and came face
to face with the couple just returning
from Tombstone. There wasn't a scene,
bat the bride accompanied her father
up the street and the groom drove
down to the stable. During the even
ing sometime there was a council be
tween the interested parties "fend a
truce declared and the newly married
are happily at home in a neat cottage
jast below town.
Nacosari District is
tnjoying Prosperity.
A. W. Ivlnp, of Colonia, Juarez,
Mexico, president of the Mexican Mor-
t mon colonies, is a guest attho Sheldon.
Mr. Ivins has returned from a month's
j trip Into Sonora, where he has some
I mining and cattle Interests.
He went west from Casa Grande on
horseback, and dropped down from the
Sierra Madte mountains Into the Naco
zarl district of Sonora. Mr. Ivins says
that that section is on the boom on ac
count of the buildin" -of the His bee
railroad. Americans are going Into
' that locality in yreat numbers, and
prospectors are searching the hills and
mountains for mineral in every dlrec
tlon avallab'o to a spur of the railroad.
that in reality it is one of the richest
mineral belts in the world.
At Douglas, on the Arizona and So
nora border, a lively town is springing
up, while at .La Cananea there are
several thousand people, and splendid
residence and business bouses are bein
built. Naco is also growing rapidlj.
The construction of new smelters and
the opening of available mines due to
tne entry ol tne road, Mr. ivins taje,
is building up that section at a rapid
rate. .
As to the benefit 1 Paso' will re
ceive from the development now going
on, he says that it will be much greater
than the people now realize. HI Paso
will be the chief beneficiary of the
mines and smelters, since this is the
recognized base of supplies, and with
the Bisbce ro.id completed a large vol
umo'of business will be handled in the
very beginning. The road is novrjeom-
pleted almost to Nacozari and hun
dreds of teams are enza.ed 'hauling
(rom the Piut of construction to the
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Naco Items
I Special Correspondence.
What might have been a disastrous
......
Q re was extinguished by several cm-
ployees of the Cananea Consolidated
Copper company just in time. Sparks
irotn a passing switch eugine set fire
to some loose hay In the warehouse of
the company nnd the high wind had
just fanned the spark into a tiny flame
when it was discovered and extin
guished. Had the fire gotten a good
start it would have wiped out the
thickly settled part of Naco before it
could have been checked.
Scott While returned from an ex
tended trip to New York and eastern
citier yesterday and left immediately
for the Cananeas. Mr. White said that
the recent slump in copper had not had J
any effect on the big copper companies
and they were not worrying themselves
about it. The people on the Inside say
that the flght between the Amalga
mated people and Lawson will not last
long, and before many weeks hive
passed copper will again climb up to
16 cents.
The management of the ball fights
I have received a car ioad of bulls from
Chihuahua and will put them in the
ring on December 29lh and January 1.
These bulls are from the same herd
which, west to Buffalo and were on ax.
Seven American Sol
diers Killed by Bolomen.
Manila, Dec. 27. A detachment of twenty men from
the ninth infantry, stationed at Samac, was attacked by
Bolomen yesterday. A severe fight resulted in the repulse
of the enemy, but not until seven Americans were killed,
including a sergeant and corporal and dangerously wound
ing Captain Scoeffer, who was in command. The Bolo
men pursued the same tactics of making their attacks just
about daylight, but the onslaught was not a surprise and the
American soldiers soon brought their rifles into play with"
telling effect. A strong detachment has gone in pursuit.
hibitlon during the exposition. The
fights Sunday and New Years day
promise to eclipse the one on Christ
mas day and a large crowd Is expected
to attend.
A new water connection is being run
across Main street from the O K sta
blea to the water tank. Thi3 will give
them ample water for their stock as
we'l as protect thsm from fire.
Judge V. R. N. Greaves has been
working ovrr time trying the many
cases before his court (Turing the holi
days. The judge disposed of eighteen
cases In one day.
Ernest Williams and a gang of men
are at work about two miles from Naco
sinking a well to be used by the Ari
zona & Southeastern railroad.
Sol Bloom, a prominent clothing
salesman with headquarters In New
York, spent yesterday In Naco looking
after his trade.
F. L. Smith, connected with the cus
toms service, returned yesterday from
a short trip to relatives In California.
R. L. Benton left Thursday for the
Mina Roy mine, and will be absent
from Naco for about ten days.
Service at Douglas
The Rev. B. G. Lee will hold service
at Douglas school house on Sunday
evening, December 29, at half-past 7.
AU cordially welcome.
The Mineral Wealth, of Reddlns,
makes comments that will be of inter
est to mining men: "The large copper
mines of Arizona are nearly all associ
ated with limestone; those of Butte,
Mont., are granite; those of Lake Su
perior in conglomerate sandstone and
disdase; those of Ducktown, Tcnn., in
mica chist; those of Iron Mountain,
Shasta county, Cal., for the most part.
In rhyolite; those of Idaho, most in
diorite."
Miller Kent, as Teddy, in Clyde Fitch's Play,
"The Cowboy and the Lady."
Unconventionally Is the keynote of Clyde Fitch's work in "The Cowboy and
the Lady," which S. Miller Kent will produce at the Bisbee Opera House
on Thursday, January 2nd. The cowboy In question comes from the East,
being a Harvard graduate. He dresses in the belehth of fashion, and is de
rided as a dude by the lady with whom he falls in love. Beneath his pol
ished apeearance, however, is a brave and strong nature as that of any
typical man of the plains, as circumstances soon bring to light, and Teddy
North is greatly beloved by his rough friends. Another unconventional
Idea is having the heroine a married woman. Her husband is weak and
worthless, but the cowboy loves ber strongly and silently. Eventually the
husband gets killed while planning an elopement and the Icvely wife is
freed, but before the cowboy can claim her the shadow of suspicion fals on
her and she is accused of murdering her husband. The cowboy heroically
assumes the guilt, and is finally acquitted and the real murderer is brought
to light. The trial scene In a typical western court affords Mr. Kent unus
ual opportunities for strong acting and he makes the most of them.
The Mazfc
Upper nln Street
Masonic Feast Day.
Yesterday was the anniversary of St.
John, the evangelist, a day always re
ligiously observed by the Masonic
fraternity. Nearly one hundred breth
ren of tho trowel assembled last even
ing at the Masonic Temple to take
part In the installation of the newly
elected officers of Perfect Ashlar
Lodge and Landmark Chapter. The
Chapter was officially visited by F. A.
Sweet, Grand High Priest of Royal
Arch Masons of Arizona, and V. R.
Stiles, Grand Captain of the Host.
These Grand officers proceeded to In
stall the officers of Landmark Chapter
No C, R. A. M., as follows: H. M.
Woods, High Priest; G. W. Gerry,
King; J. J. Muirhead, Scribe; J. B. An
gius, Treasurer; F. J. Graf, Secretary,
Rev. H. W. Studley. Chaplain; C. O.
Warner, Captain of the Host; A. R.
Hickman, Principal Sojourner; W. K.
Chambers, Royal Arch Captain, and
Richard Rundle, Sentinel.
In the Blue Lodge the following offi
cers were installed by Past Deputy
Grand Master C. C. Warner: V. R.
Stiles, Master; H. M. Woods, Senior
Warden; J. S. Taylor, Junior Warden;
J. B. Anglns, Treasurer; J. L. Brown,
Secretary; Samuel Bowers, Marshal
C. H. Hart, Senior Deacon; F. J. Graf,
Junior Deacon; I. H. Barkdoll, Senior
Steward; Richard Kundle, Musical Di
rector, and F. E. Johnston, Tyler. At
11 o'clock, the elaborate ceremonies
being finished, the craft was called
from labor to refreshment at the Wal
dorf where a supper was partaken of
that eclipsed anything that that fa
mous restaurant had ever set before
its guests. Toasts to officers and
lodges, both grand and subordinate,
were dranc and responded to by local
and visiting brethren. Brotherly love
prevailed and the only regret expressed
was that the revered St. John had but
one birth-day each year.
HANNINGER BROS
PROPRIETORS
Bisbee Arizona
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