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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNiNG, APRIL 11, 1908
Jack Edwards Badly Hurt In a
Runaway Several Ribs
Lowell. Ariz. April 10, 1903.
Jaek Edwards, an employe ot the
Palaco lWery stable In Lowell, had
a narrow escape from death this af
teruoon. Edwards was breaking Id
a 'torso belonging to Road Overseer
Humphrey, when the animal became
frightened and ran over the m
bankment this side of the bridge on
Js'aco road. 'As he was driving to
wards Blsbee, a passerby drove too
clo3e to him and frightened the
horse, with the above result. Ed
wards was taken to thff Cnlumet &
Arizona 'hospital, where It was found
that ho had suffered several -serious
Injuries and bruises, including Tiiv
breaking of several ribs. His right
ear was almost torn from ills head,
and quite a number pf stitches bad to
be taken to replace It. Although
badly battered up, he was able to be
about this evening.
Three Get Ten Day?.
Manro Sandoval, Felix Cordova
and Anton Stives appeared before
Justice Grler this morning charged
with disturbing the peace. All were
committed to the local "carcef for
'ten days each.
the Cdpper Queen hospital several
days ago suffering with rheumatism,
left that institution this morning
much improved. He will leave for
the hot springs at Aguascalentles, in
Yuma county, tomorrow morning.
Able to be Out.
A Fred Christopher, the local painter,
who has been ill with rheumatism for
the past mouth, -was able to be out
today for the first time since taken ill.
Independent Company Wins.
H. L. Humm, brother of Deputy
Sheriff George Humm, who is Inter
ested in an electrical construction
company in Los Angeles, has received
word that his company "won in the
election last Tuesday for a franchise
against the Bell Company in Dallas,
Texas. The company won at a rate
of two to one. The election was hot
ly contested, much money being spent
in their effort to defeat the independ
ent concern. Mr. Humm will go to
Dallas In a few weeks to supervise
the installation of the system.
Return from Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harris and daugh
ter returned last evening from the
coast, whergjthey have been for the
past two months.
DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
MRS. FJSHER INJURED
IN A RUNAWAY YESTERDA
The Christian Endeavor 'Society ot
the Lowell chapel tendered a receiP
tlon to the Sunday school children ot
the chapel at the chapel building this
evening. The festivities began at 8
o'clock and lasted until after 10. The
evening was spent in playing various
Dixon, who was
About 2 o'clock yesterday, just
as Mrs. E. E. Fisher, ot Douglas,
started to take a drive, the
horse became fractious and ran away,
Mrs. Fisher was thrown out and Her
back was injured. The runabout was
overturned and smashed to pieces.
The animal was driven up to the
rear of the McGulre house, between
Elventh and Twlefth streets, and Mrs.
Fisher bad stepped In. when the ani
mal became excited, kicking, turning
and starting to run. After starting
towards Eleventh street the horse
changed Its mind and swung directly
around towards Twelfth street. Mrs.
Fisher started to jump and "was
thrown from the rig as It overturned,
lighting on her head and hip and
wrenching her back. The rig was
completely overturned and tho horse
proceeded to kick himself free, after
wnicn ne ran to Twelfth street
where he was caught.
The driver was -uninjured.
ELKS OFFICERS INSTALLED.
The annual installation of officers
was held at the regular meeting of the
Douglas lodge of .Elks Thursday. Be
sides the ceremonies of installation
many matters of business were dispos
ed of. The following Is a list of the
R. B. Sims, exalted ruler; J. J.
Wood, esteemed leading knight; G.
W. Pratt, esteemed loyal knight; Ar
thur Houle, esteemed lecturing
knight; D. F. Johnson, secretary; I.
H. "Watkins, treasurer; Sam Finley,
William Railing v?ho has a ranch fully wounded A. Gomez, April E.. at
eggs that weigh
i has a-yhen which mjs i a sheep camp between Ash and Syca-
i tour pounds to tho 'more creeks, has been lodged in the
J. L Chapman has left with the
Phoenix board of trade a wheat .
pie that Is six feet high and there
are 100 heads in one stool. -
Yavapai county' apportionment ot
the county school funds this year
will be $5,334. The apportionments
ot the counties are based on the num
ber of children of school age In each,
according to the last census, which,
in this case, was taken in June, 1907.
The apportionment is made at tho
ate ot ?2 per capita. The school
census shows 2.C67 children ot school
age In Yavapai county.
The spring clips ot wool are begin
ning to arrive at Yuma. Hundreds ot
bags are coming to Yuma for ship
ment Up to date there hat e been no
buyers on the ground
Four hundred square miles of coal
cropplngs, the biggest In the worm,
have been discovered thlrty-flv erodes
north of WInslow, and there is every
indication that oil ma be found even
Prescott wants a branch of the na
tional mining congress. .
The scbopl In the Murphy district,
Maricopa county, closed on account of
dlptheria two weeks ago, has been
Fred S. Breen has purchased the
Coconino Sun, recently sold at ad
ministrator's sale at Flagstaff.
Ignaclo Romero, who shot and pain-
county jail at Prescott by Deimo
Sheriff J J. Cavanaugh, In default of
$500, bond, to appear before the next
grand jury. Deputy Cavanaugh also
brought in the wounded man and
placed him in the county hospital tor
Twenty-six men yesterday started
to work at the property of the Kel
vin Calumet Copper company, six
miles north of Kelvin, unwatering the
shaft and otherwise getting things
in shape for an immediate resumption
of mining operations, which were
dropped three months ago, after the
'slump in the price of tho red metal.
A meeting of the supervisors and
rangers of the Prescott, Verde, Black
Mesa (North) San Francisco Mount
ains, and Grand Canyon (South-) na
tional forests ijwlll be held In Flag
, staff, April 27, 23 and 29. the purpose
ot which Is a general discussion ot
That the Southern Pacific meant
no violation of the law and did not
lay Itself liable to penalty In deliver
ing its tax money two days late is
the opinion which Chief Justice Ed
ward Kent handed down from the
district court bench at Yuma. When
the money arrived late the county
treasurer had no legal right to ac
cept it. The court's decision gives
the county the right to accept the
original amount, $38,000, without
tyler; W. de H. Washington, trustee;
Albert M. Sames, grand lodge repre
ENTERTAINED AT WHIST.
Mr, and Mrs. John McCartan enter
tained delightfully a number ot friends
at a whist party Wednesday evening.
A number of friends from Bisbee were
present Dainty' refreshments were
served. Those present were: Tho
Misses N. Nichols, Anna Wilson, Mar
garet Kinsley, Nellie Trene, Alice
Webster, Anna Sanford, Pearl Beed,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Boddenhammer,
Messrs. Arthur Prothero, John David
son, W. Smith, J. W. Treeman, J. J.
Bloomer, T.B. Wright, Earnest Legg.
HEROES OF ST. BERNARD.
A' wonderful picture. See it to
night Iris Theatre, Lowell. Ad
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Strain ot Lincoln,
Neb., are visltlngat the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. C Kennter at 813 Four
D. T. Green, proprietor of the St
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Young Men's Clothes
Ederheimer, Stein & Co. - Makers
HERE are two of our Spring styles you'll find where-
ever good fellows get together. They're not extreme;
nor too plain. Swell enough for college chaps; suffi
ciently modest for business. Right in harmony with what
fashion calls for in fabrics; what style demands in cut;
what quality insists upon in tailoring. v .
Our Ederheimer-Stein models have scored with other
young men; will with you, too. See why just the minute
you put one on.
Two, three or fourhutton suits medium or long roll lapels; coatsJ31 to'' t
32 Inches lone with 2'inch dip in front. Trousers medium or pel top,
with and without turn-ups. Sizes up to 38.
mo, is laid up with a bad attack ot
kidney rouble. Ho Is much Improved
over his condition a day or two ago.
Mrs. Wallace of Riverside. Cal., who
has been visiting for some time at tho
home of her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
George Turvey of this city, left yes
terday for her home in California.
A. F. Mann, who has been visiting
his brother, C E. Mann, the local mar
ket man, left yesterday afternoon for
his home In Canada.
CoL D. H. Johnston and H. H. Hotch
klss returned yesterday morning from
J. H. Jack of Uerkley, California,
well known In Douglas as the prop
rietor of the old J. H. Jack Lumber
company of this city, stopped off In
Douglas yesterday for a very brief
visit between trains and lunched at
the Hotel Gadsen. He was return
ing home from a visit In the east
Superintedent A. P. Behne and
Mechanical Engineer J. L. Carney of
the Savage Mining company were in
the city yesterday on a visit They
say there is a large amount of gold
ore on the dump which wll soon be
on its way to the Copper Queen smel
ter In Douglas.
Charles Parsons ot Kansas City, is
visiting at the home of his old time
friend Otto Wjlerbf, the Copper Queen
Capltaln Thomas McEnlry, presi
dent of the Consolidated Sonora Mines
Co, arrived In Douglas yesterday for
a few days visit and bring3 good news
of his mine located about twenty
miles south of Douglas. The Captain
says that his company will commence
shipping ore next week and that there
Is a plenty of ore in sight. He says
the Scott Transfer company will put
eight wagons and teams at work Mon
day morning hauling ore to tho Doug
Had Complained That Women
With Her at Douglsa Had
Taken Her Money.
To the mysterious case ot Mrs.
Robbert Redding, B. Q. Musgrave of
Douglas in a letter to the El Paso
Herald, adds the following:
'IMrs. Redding came some days ago
in company with two ladies who
claimed to be nieces of Mrs. Redamg
and secured rooms at the St Denis
rooming house, conducted by my
granddaughter, Mrs. Witten. They
remained at this house for about
three days, and Anally left on the
train for El Paso In each other's com
pany, "Mrs. Redding Informed Mrs. Wit
ten, and afterwards me, that the two
women with her had doped her and
taken all the money she had, and beg
ged us to protect her from them. This
statement coupled with the request
the two women had made of Mrs.
Wltterf when they secured the room,
viz: That they would pay her dou
ble price for the room If she would
allow no one to go into It while the
old lady was there, made me suspi
cious and I notified the police. I saw
Mrs. Redding when she first came
and she apeared to be in good
health, and while In conversation with
Andy Bonltlnghouse J was surprised
to hear him say that she would be
dead before the next day, and after
these other matters came up I asked
him what he knew that made him
say what he had, and received the
following reply In substance: T saw
the two women give her medicine
that I didn't think anyone could
stand, and one of them offered to cut
the money with me' but did not say
for what purpose. Mrs.. Witten also
saw the two women give her three
teaspoonfuls of laudanum and she
begged her not to let them give per
any more. I did all I could to pro
tect her, bringing the chief of ponce,
deputy sheriff, district attorney and
justice of the peace to investigate the
matter. She told them practically
what she did me; but they seemed to
pay very. little attention, rather be
lieving the story ot the two women,
that she was a dope fiend and they
were her friends and were giving her
tho medicine by direction of her phy
sician. They told the judge they had
her money and were going to take
care of It for her. Mrs. Bedding -was
well known to Mrs. Richardson of
this city, who offered to take her and
care for her If the two wcjen would
turn over her trunk and clothes, but
they refused to do co."
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