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THE BI8BEE DAILY WVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 13, 1904.
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Miss Alice Roosevelt
Bets On the Races
Man with the camera caught
her putting up money.
President Hears of It and Banishes
Her to New York, to Remain Until
Races Are. Over In Washington
Photographs Cannot Now Be Had
For $10,000. .
"Washington. April 12. Miss Alice
Roosevelt went to the races on Satur
day. She made bets on the races.
A photographer pictured her In the
act of giving money to a commission
er, of showing her winnings triumph
antly to Representative Glllett, of
Massachusetts; of giving money to
Representative Longworth, of Ohio,
presumably to bet, and in two groups
watching the horses running.
The result are manifold. Miss
Roosevelt ha3 been packed off to New
York to remain there until after the
races are over.
The management of the Jockey Club
has ordered that no more cameras
shall be admitted to the Bennings
track, and the President of the Unit'
ed States, through friends who went
to the photographers, has suppressed
the' jIc4utfcs. They will never be
printed.
Miss Roosevelt drove over to Ben
nings en Saturday with a party of
friends. Representative "Nick Lonz-
worth, of Ohio, was her especial es
cort. Longworth comes from Cincln
nati. Is rich and handsome. Ho Is a
great favorite in the set of the presi
dent's daughter
Miss Roosevelt is an enthusiast
about horses. She rides with her
father and with friends and has fol
lowed, the hounds.
The particular feature of Saturday's
racing that appealed to her was the
Spring Hunter's Steeplechase, In which
a number of horses owned by members
of the various hunt clubs in the Dis
trict of Columbia and Virginia and
Maryland were entered.
She went to the club house as the
guest of President Howland, of the
Washington Jockey club. There were
betting commissioners at the club
house nice, polite young men employ
ed to take the wagers of the club
house guests to the ring.
Miss Roosevelt wanted to bet. It was
no new experience to her, for when
she was in Cuba, the story goes in Ha
vana, she bet on Jal Alai and won
too.
She did not make big wagers, and
everything was done in the exuberance
of her lively girlhood. She put a b
on Mon Amour in the second race b
cause she liked the name; and bet on
Twilight in the steeplechase, a horse
owned in Washington, on which all
the hopes of the Washington people
were dashed, for Twilight fell on the
second round and galloped off to the
center of the field to eat grass.
A photographer was about with a
portable camera. He secured five pic
tures, -with Miss Roosevelt in each. In
one she was talking very 'seriously to
the betting commissioner, pocketbook
in hand, evidently giving instructions
just how she wanted her favorite
horse played. In another she had
money in her hand, which she was
showing in triumph to Representative
Gillett, of Massachusetts. In the third
she was giving some money to Repre
sentative Longworth, and in the other
two she was standing by the rail, sur
rounded by her party, and watching
the horses finish.
The photographer took his pictures
home and printed them. They were
fine and clear, about five by seven in
size. He realized that he had an at
tractive feature for any newspaper
that prints pictures, and he started
out bright and early this morning to
realize on his enterprise. He offered
the pictures to the highest bidder. The
bids were instant and high. The pho
tographer wras to round up his offers
After he returned from the track to-
night and sell the pictures for exciu
slve publication for the best price.'
In some way the news Teached the
president that pictures showing Miss
Roosevelt at the race track had been
taken and offered for sale. He made
hasty Inquiries and found that five
pictures had been printed and sent
out friends to stop their publication.
He was successful, for tonight the
photographer told ever body to whom
he had offered the pictures that he
would not sell them. He said he bad
been paid nothing by the president
and that he would not take any money,
but the president's friends had made
it so clear to him that Miss Roosevelt's
lark might be wrongfully construed if
the pictures were printed that he had
decided to sacrifice whatever profit
there might be- to it and suppress the
pictures. He said he would not take
$10,000 for tie pictures, simply be
cause he thought it would be an In
justice to President and Miss Roose
velt to have them printed.
.The president had a serious talk
with his daughter yesterday when he
read in the newspapers that she had
been betting on the races and another
this morning -when he found out about
the pictures.
Then he told her to go to New York
on a visit and net to return until after
The races.
She left at 11 o'clocR this morning.
The Jockey club officials were much
'distressed by the occurrence, and de
cided to bar all cameras iereafter.
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IN THE GRAND CANYON.
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Be Illuminated by Electricity for
Mile Along Rim.
. The Supreme Court of the Territo
ry last -week handed down a decision
to the'.effect that if suit was brought
properly, the proprietors of the Bright
Angel trail could be enjoined from col-
lectins tolls. I
Vsunsirui'iion ot lflo new unsui ao
gel tavern at tho terminus of the San
ta Fc Grand Canyon line, is progress
ing, and It will be ready for opening
on October 1. The Harvey manage
ment, which has made tho Santa Fe
dining car and dining station service
so excellent and popular, will have
charge of the new hotel.
Among the other improvements In
progress is the illumination by electric
ity of the rim of tho canyon. For
a mile or more from tho hotel this il
lumination will be made, making a
partial view of the great chasm possi
ble at night.
An Indian village will bo built dur
ing the summer, near the hotel and
station. It will be an exact reproduc
tion of a Moki pueblo, with genuine
Indians for permanent inhabitants, en
gaged in their customary occupations
WHY! WHY!
"His son failed to pass the civil-service
examination in spelling and ge
ography." "What's he going to do?"
"I guess he'll go back to teaching
school."
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Trains Leave Bisbee.
8:4S a. m. for Naco, La Cananea,
Fairbank, Tombstone, Benson and
West on Sunset Limited for Benson.
9:25 a. m. for Douglas, Hachlta,
lxrdsburg, Clifton, MoroncI, El Paso
ind East.
11:00 a. m. for Don Luis and Os
oorn. 1:30 p. m. for Naco, Fairbank, No
vates, Tombstone, Benson and West
m Golden State Limited from Benson.
B:23 p. a. for Douglas. '
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Guaymas and Vice Versa.
Wells Fargo & Co"a Express and
Telegraph in operation between Minat
Prletas and all parts of the world.
Shortest and best route to Yaqm
river. Barranca and San Marclal coal
fields, Scyopa Sahuaripa, Urea, L
Buca, La Dura, Yaqul SmelUng & xe
fining and Yaqul Copper companies.
Freight can be consigned to F. B
Seymour to be forwarded by teas
from MInas Prietaa to tie abovi
named places.
Advanced charges paid on all goodt
consigned to railway, whick are re
ceived, forwarded and warehoused
free of commission and storage
charges.
At MInas Prletas depot hacks al
ways ready to make trips to any ol
the above named points at reasonable
rates.
F. H. SEYMOUR, Pres-Prop.
Rustler Remedies
Prof. Max. Lichtenstcin's HusUer
remedies are the Greatest Discoveries
yet. Prof. Max. Leichtenstcin's Hust
ler remedies have made lots ol men,
women and children happy. Prof Max.
Leicaienstein's, Hustler remedies
cure to stay cured. Booklets with fall
explanations and -valuable inform at tow,
mailed free on application. AdtredNl
PROF. MAX LICHTENSTEffl
JEkOME, ARIZ.
Woif ifs Fafa tafe
OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE
PQ3SI3LE TO ST. LOUIS.
The fbisco system traverses
the following states:
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Mississippi Kansas
Arkansas Ttmttssee
Uakaa Ksstwi
Qklaktwa IniiaiTer.
Ttxas.
THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITEB,
Lrarinc .Kanaas City at 6.30 p. rj.
IjUIr, wlllbko yaata fprinrSrld.
MenipIiK, Birmlnchara. Atlanta,
JarlcsonTSTJo and all tx.uiU in tbe
oatheaftt
Kxcen-ntToi3teto all point North,
Rut, Ventb, baalhmui um3 Scjr.Ui-
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IMPORTANT. Look out for our
Grand Millinery Opening of Pattern Hats
V now have on Hlsplay. L&dies ready to ar and Mh&e and lb Mretj School flats
. our patronage Solicited
SCHOFIELD WITTIG.
e Emporium, Kear Gym baildlur. PHONE 11.
! COAL OIU I
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Was a surprise to the men who lived by candle light,
and the man who was used to coal oil smoke and
smell side-stepped a little when they wanted him to put $
1 in gas. All of these are now 8
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Hopelessly Behind the Times
We would like to explain to you the many advantages v
and points of superiority of g
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
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Bisbee Improvement Company
5 Copper Queen Hotel Building. Phone 197, Jf
nnniManttttiitiiM
THE PILSNER,
Staley, McCarthy & Doyle, Proprietors.
The recognized entertainers of the Southwest Finest of wines, Iin
nora and cigars always on hanfi Hall and Half ou draught Patrons will
enjoy a pleasant hour at thla famous resort The latest numbers of tie
popular songs of the day by this trio of comedians and princely entertain
ers.
Branch The Bank of Bisbee 1
NACO, ARIZONA
W. H. BROPHY, President M .J. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
J. 3. DOUGLAS, Vice-President ED. M. BLAKE, Manager.
W transact a cscenl banking boslnesa nicgdrafts en all the pritil:. x'tl.i
cf tha Unitwf Statei, Mexico and Eoropt, Hong Kong, China and Yokohama, Japan
ICazlean moner bonitht and told at prarailing market price?, Wa solicit acoonnts
'ro, Corporations. Firm and IndWIduau
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Chas. A. McDonald
Justice of the Peace
Notary Public
Ex-Officio Coroner
liar Building. Brawary Quick. Talapfcoaa Nc SM
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I TOCKS of this District. Bought and Sold on
' Commission.
g Correspondents in Northern Michigan and the
J Eastern cities. Quotations Received Daily.
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J Real Estate Bought and Sold on Commission.
I NOTARY PUBLIC
S D. J. O KEILLY9 BUILDING
WMfcMf(iriiaiMttMfMtiiiimMria
5 Bisbee Mercantile Store.!
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Griffiths & Trotman, Preps.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
ooie agents ior san rracisco jiant irowaer, to. jjooasj
5 delivered to anv part of vhe city. Phone 55 J'
3giygpgggreW,gJWuyj?Jre,gJ
, Everything First Class.
' Rates $2.50 Per Day and Up
I HOTEL BANKS.
5 American and European Plan a
g LUCID & BANKS, Proprietors
g Batb Rooms, Elegant Dining Rooms, Rooms Sin-
g gle and in Suite, Reading and Writing Rooms, Large?
I Sample 'Rooms. B NSON, Arizona.!
BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL
BOOnntENNCSHOKTHAN .TTTPEVrRITlNC.
9SS SEVENTH STREET' LOS ANGELES. CAL.
A eeTer.f .af rinsiness er.hool. References as to moral character reauired.
Capacity for 500. 'New buildings, fihely
gymnasium. Parents investigate. Send
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Bowen, Hender
son & Hubbard
Palace Livery, Feed
and Sale Stable
Mason's Old Stand. Upper Main St
Telephone 23.
GooW rigs and careful drivers. Epecia
attention given to boarding of horses.
Undertaking parlors in connecUwu.
Walter G. Hubbard, Undertaker
and Err.balmer.
BANK OF BISBEE
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decorated. Lawns, palms, tennis court,
for new illustrated catalogue. ' ' '
The BANK
BISBEE,
DEPOSITORY FOR TERRITORIAL FUNDS
CAPITAL
SURPLUS, $50,000.00.
Directors.
Ben Williams. J. -S. Douglas,
J. B. Angius, "W. H. Brophy,
M. J. Cunningham.
Drafts on all parts of tho world.
Saftey deposit boxes for rent
BISBEE LUMBER CO.,
' CAPITAL STOCK t!5.0(K
Lumber Yard at Lowell Office at tke yard. Telephone 703.
Anton TroJ&noTich, Harry F,rown, J. B. Angius, James Wood,
Em 11 Marks, officers: Anton Trojanovich, Presideir, Harry Blown, Boer
tary, J. B. Anglos, Treasurer. A Full line of timbers and lumber cf all d.
scrlptions. Also carry a full line of builder hardware.
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IN CONNECTION WITH THE
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM
RUNS
2-DAILY TRAESTS-2 3
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p "THE GOLDEN STATE LIH1TED" 5
-; is the finest train in transcontinental service. S
H "BEST HEALS ON WHEELS'
HE Ask the ticket agent. i
s T. II. Hcaly, Passenget Agent, A. N. Brown. 3
s El Paso, Texas. G. P. A., E. P.-N. E. System 3
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THE OWL SALOON
TIM KOHANE, Proprietor.
Service Unequalled. Quality the Best.
CITY BARBER SHOP,
Everything First class.
Bath Room and Porcelain Tub.
EMIL HARKS, Proprietor
CLARK'S
Engineering and Assay Office
nine Examinations, ilachinery and
'' Mill Estimates and Designs
Govermaeat Ssrveys ia
Arizosa aad Mexico
BRANCHES: gDOUGLAS. NACO and CANANEA
Afartyg .fgfcor tke Ftal .Nase M
CvesaCeUfeOMDay,Cr?2Dys& S&fy
E. A. Tovrea
Ben F.
E. A, TOVREA & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Cold Air Storage Market. All Meats Refrigerated seven days before cutting
We are successfully filling a field of our own creation. .
We acknowledge no competitors. Phone 14.
Fashionable Dressmaking
lam crenared todostTlfh Drpss-mAkir.ir. K'.TnmlictnnA f?annn rt Aew.ra .f. t-.in..
Liter stable, and ttt.pciluj solict a share of yocr patxonagn. I hare bail fifteen years
experience at ore3-makinz In KaiKasCIty, Mo , and guarantee perfect kalii'actiol. in all ray
wjit. Keceptlon and eieniac drej.es a specialty. EMMA ALEXANDER.
I J. B. ANGIUS & CO. I
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General flerchandise
Main Street
405050-00SP-OOvO0'SO0'J-
I PainfBrashes-A Complete Line
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Barnaby Bld'g, Naco Road and Brewery Ave.
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$50,000.00.
Deposits, Over Half Million.
Officers.
W H. Brophy, president
J. S. Douglas, vice president.
M. J. Cunningham, cashier.
Mexican money bought and sold.
Branch, Naco, Arizona.
Accurate amd Qsick ReUraa
Chemical Analyses aad Assay
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