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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, T909.
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Cochise County and Territorial News
1 -Alleged Smugglers Are Arrest
ed In Doijglas With Mexican
Horses InVTheir Possession
but Prove Innocence Before
United State's Commissioner
DOUGLAS. Oct. 8. (Special.)
Omar Bandy and John W. Neagle,
who -were arrested on a charge of
horse smuggling and Vera given a
hearing before Commissioner Sames
yesterday afternoon, were discharg
ed although the horses they had
with them are still In custody ot the
treasury department as smuggled
"When the eYidence In theJo-called
horse smuggling cases was fleard be
fore V. S. Commissioner Sames late
"yesterday afternoon It developed that
there was no evidence of any In
tent to defraud the government the
charge being more of a technical na
ture. There was no proof that the
horses were brought across the line
to be sold here or were in transit to
some other point In the states or
that they were not to be taken back
to Mexico. In the absence of sucn
proot a discharge was ordered bn:
what will be done with the horses
has not as yet been decided
but another matter was taken up
and will be carried on. This is the
sending ot local news to enquirers
and for this purposo the Saturday'
edition 'of the International is to be
This will mean that once a week
between 2,000 and 2,600 eastern
readers win have the news ot Doug
las and it will mean, to the adver
tisers ot the paper that much added
circulation in the east and the mid
die west It will aid in the follow
up work' and will call attention to
the life of Douglas as nothing else
has ever done.
A campaign is to be started local
ly for membership and it is Intended
to add a hundred new members with
in the next two months. At the last
board meeting there were added
twelve new members and it is ex
pected to average at least this num
ber of newly elected members at
each week's meeting of the- board.
From a member ot the organiza
tion who Is not on the board but is
one of the pushing business men of
the city comes the excellent sugges
tion of monthly smokers of the en
tire membership. These could ba
held In the Gadsden Rathskeller, a
jolly program could be arranged and
business and pleasure could be ming
led in lust the right proportions. It
would bring the business men ot
the city closer together, all would
work In harmony and many sugges
tions would arise which would be ot
great value to the board In promot
ing $he object sof the organization
besides benefitUng city and citizens.
Porter McDonald Tenders His
Resignation to Sheriff White
and Will Make Hi's Home
In Hereford In the Future
TOMBSTONE, October8. Deputy
SherlK Porter McDdnald, who h.13
been acting as chief deputy under
Sheriff White Tor several years, had
tendered his resignation to that offi
cial too take effect at once and Uil?
morning went to Hereford where hf
assumed charge of the Greene Cattle
company's interests at Hereford, ta'.
Ing the place recently vacated by
Max Axford. who Intends to leav-
shortly for Texas to take charge of a
ranch in that state. Deputy McDon
aid has been connected with the sher- pie of days,
Itfs office for a number of years. His Tucson.
Car Leaves Track.
That the derailer In use on the Doug
las street railway, where it crosses
the railroad tracks', does just what it
Is intended to was demonstrated un
intentionally last evening.
Recently a derrick on a car on the
Nacozari tracks ripped the trolley
wires out for several hundred feet
on either side ot the crossing. While
this was being repaired the derailer
was spiked over and not used. Thu
repairs were all completed yesterday
afternoon, the spikes removed and
the derailer restored to use. The
conductor and motorman had not
made the run from tovn to the C
Q. smelter since the early afternoon
and were not Informed that the de
railer had to bo pulled as ot yore J
and so started through without lift
ing the switch on their seven o'clock
trip. Result, car derailed -as It
should have been, wrecking car call
ed out and an hour delay.
Some f the passengers thought
they had a narrow escape while
there was no danger and a four foot
embankment, on top of which the
car stopped, grew Into stories of i
narrow escape from a fifteen foot
Didn't Know Law.
Ignorance of a city ordinance ex
cused one man last night before
Judge ilice. A Mexican came up
from Nacozari with lour children.
He engaged a room in valch a stove
was to be placed today. The child
ren being hungry the father built a
fire back of the house aid cooked
supper. He was caught and arrested.
He explained that he did not know
the city law and that fires went in
Nacozari. A lecture by the judge
and he was told to go back to his
little ones and offend no more.
Will Roy Hearne, the son of Mrs.
W. E. Thompson, came in from
Shreveport, La., this morning.
Eugene Fox, assistant general a
gent of the Southwestern, Is In the
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Messner came
In this morning from Phoenix, where
Mrs. Mesner has been visiting rel
atives for some time.
W. P. McNalr arrivad this morning
from Phoenix to visit his family.
Fireman Joe Henderson, of the
Southwestern, has been transferred
to run on Nos. 1 and 2 between Doug
las and El Paso.
R. L. 'Rogers, officer In charge of
forest planting, went to Portal this
morning after a short trip to this
Mrs. J, S. Williams Jr. was shop
ping In the city yesterday and today
Allen R. English, a prominent at
torney of Tombstone, is in Douglas.
J. G. Mosscrop, of the Southwes
tern, left this morning for San An
tonio on a business trip.
John Kerr, chief of forestry graz
ing who has been in the city a cou-
left this afternoon for
New Occupation vur Girls In London,
and It Pays Well. .
With the increasing craze for dogs
of rare and valuable breeds as pets in
England - new employment for girl
has been created. They can become
dog nurses. ,
It is no uncommon thing to see in
the squares and parks a pretty girl
In a neat uniform with two or three
valuable little dogs on leash, giving
them their dally airing. She is a dog
nurse, and this 'is only one of her
Desldes the exercising of the peti
the nurse must see to their food
which is no small matter. Special
things are cooked and the dogs musi
be carefully watched while they eat tc
Bee that nothing goes wrong. Then
the bath Is a serious affair. Some
times a silver bathtub is used and
The nurse must also look after th
toilet of her charges. When they g
out with their mistress she must see
that they are in proper ,trlm, with
their little coats carefully 'brushed and
cleansed and their Jeweled collars
bright and sparkling.
After they haye retired at night her
time is hH own, and for the most part
she considers her i'te dollars a week
very easily earned, for she has het
board and lodging provided as well
as her uniform
One of the great requisites for the
new profession Is that the applicant
Jhall have an extinct s nae of humor
New Hals in
Stop here to-day and see a line of
Derby hats that won't break, wont
fade, won't lose their shape and always
look new. They are
with die "Roelofs" name on the luthec
CRAVANETTE Hat, Sun and Fain Proof and only
S3.50. Everybody is wearing one of them.
The new flat clfect Derbys in ail styles and coU
ors. Roelofs S4.00, Mallorys S3J50,
New Fall Clothing, also a swell new line of ties.
Not only the ROELOFS
in both stift ano soft at
$4.00, but also the fa
mous MALL OR Y
family will remain In Tombsmtone
for the present but later will take up
their residence at Hereford. So far
Sheriff White has not announced tlw
name of Mr. McDonald's successor.
Died in Globe.
' Word comes to this city of he sud
den death of N. E. Adams, formerly
of this city, at Globe as the result
of a fourth paralytic stroke.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams formerly were
in the onfoctionery business in this
city on G avenue .between Ninth and
Tenth streets and left here to enter
the same line, of business in Globe.
While in Douglas Mr. Adams suf
fered two strokes ot paralysis and
was ox one occasion not expected to
recover. He went to Globe about a
year ago and suffered another shock
there when again it was thought he
must die. He recovered from the
third shock however, and succumb
ed to the fourth.
Rev. E. W. Slmonson of the Episco
pal church last evening married Wil
liam Kelly to Miss Annie Htnes at
the bride's home. Sixteenth and t'
The bride was given away by her
mother, Mrs. J. HInes. A large num
ber of friends of the young couple
were present. They will make their
home for the present at Fourteenth
Cheap El Paso Rate.
Passenger Agent Bottorif announ
ces that the E. P. & S. W. have an
open rate of $6.55 to El Paso and re
turn on account of the Talt-Dlas
meeting; sale date October 11th and
15th, return limit the 18th. Those
desiring Pullman accommodations
should apply early.
International for Hundreds.
The aavortl&ing plans ot the Cham
ber of Commerce and Mines were
further perfected at a meeting of the
advertising committee held last even
ing. It vs not then determined
wkat eastsrs and middle western pa
pers are to be used as advertising
medians or how long the campaign
will be ner sow much it is to cost
Coal is High.
Ten dollars for a sack of coal, just
fifty pounds, seems high but it is
what the fuel cost one man in Doug
las yesterday morning. Dick 'Mills
stole fifty pounds of coal from the
Southwestern. He was caught, ar
rested and fined $10, which ho paid.
Russell in El Paso.
Police Chief Liles has a
Russell announcing his arrival at
the Providence hospital in El Paso
in good shape, having stood the trip
well. It also says he Intends to re
main in that institution for a time.
Another Divorce Case Filed.
John Imsland of Douglas lias
brought suit in the district court
against Gertrude Imsland for dldvorct
on the grounds of desertion . The
complaint alleges that the couple were
married In September, 1906.
Judge Goodbody Refused.
Judge Goodbody Is always reauy to
accomodate thosp who wish to have
his services in uniting the nuptial
bonds, but the other sight he aid
h had to refuse and says he seriously
objects to being awakened In the mid
die of the night only to find out th-t
the case was a "dea'd one" and w
roln ot the realm in sight. a few
nights ago he was aroused from hi
slumbers aboiit the midnight hour
bj a knock at the door and was in
formed by a man that he wanted tfc
Judge to perform a marriage cere
mony. The judge went back into
the house and completed his toilet
and soon returned to the aVaitlug
bridegroom. On the way up fwn
the judge askd the prospective groom
If he had the necessary license. Tk
groom replied "No" The judge thei
informed him that it would be ww
sari' for him to secure one. The
groom replied "So, I did not get one
because I could not." The judge
asked why, and received the astonish
ing reply that he wanted to ma y
a corored woman and the clerk re
futed to Issue him one. The juage
ment straight up about this time
and informed the would-be groom that
there was nothing doing anC rapioiv
Retraced his steps to his home and
crawled back into bed. His thoughts
are best not printed. The would be
groom is an old miner and prospecto
who has residede In the vicinity '
Gleeson for a number of years, out
at the time of making the request ot
note from tbe Puige was somewh?t uner the In-
A. H. Zachau, of the forestry serv
ice, returned to Portal this morning.
E. T, Hackenbelmer, manager for
Scott and Thornton. In in the city.
There is a fine twenty ounce apple
on exhibition in the E. R. Pirtle
company office. It was grown on the
Van Meter ranch.
Engineer Ben Norton
this morning after two days absence
on a trip up the valley where he
made an examination of a mineral
Origin of th r'v of Ireland.
Tho name ot Ireland, accorilng to
Prof. Joyce, who Is hathorlty on th
antiquities ot the country. Is derived
from the native Celtic name Eire, just
as the came ot' Scotland Is derlred
from the name of Scoti. the terminal
being added In both cases by the Eng
lish and originally spelled Eire-land
and Scotl-land. Hlbernla was the Ro
man name, sometimes spelled Hiber
nian, as Scotia was the Roman name
Halley's comet will pass within 13,
000,000 miles ot the top of the earth,
but it Is not expected to stop even
to take water.
Making the Best of U1eu
Thrift Is not at all syronymous with
nisei llness. Thrift Is industry, utillz
Ing the pratent to care for the future.
returned ' The miser saves his money, but wastes
his life. The wise man who acquires
habits of thrift conserves both and
puts them to the best advantage,
reallzlne tnat be can pass through
th world but once and that It Is for
htm to mako the most of it while b
Is Ip U- Exchange.
An unknown manwas run over and
killed by an east bound freight train
al Maricopa Friday evening. He car
ried no papers which positively reveal,
t-d his identity.
A fine new pipe organ has been
Installed in the Methodist church at
"THE SAFE PLACE"
1 'mi'iiir.-?i.' A i.j . uurtj'.wiMj
ON MAIN ST.
CALL WRITE OR TELEPHONE
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
Women Run a Swls Town.
SVolssy, in the Canton at the Aron
dlssement of Clermont, 13 run by
.women, fle Important officials ot the
Bttla town being of th sex. The post
woman has a hereditary title to tht
office, the mother of Mme. Dauboln
having held It before her. The telfe
graph office Is In charge of Mme. Leso
bre. Miss Jeann fclarchandln take, al
the photograph. Marie Druhon-Mal!
Hard Is the town crier and Mme. Tal
lefer nre-ldea over the railway sta
INDEPENDENT FUEL & FEED COMPANY
TELEPHONE 235 P. O. BOX 627
Office Main Street Opposite Palace Stable
Mrs. Nemlck, wife of the fire chief,
and her children -are visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. George W. Stewart ot Bis
bee. Later they will go to Tomb
stone where they will visit in the
home of recorder C. A. McDonald.
Will Examine Property.
Charles Hanson and Jacob Sheerer
will go to the Swlsshelms tomorrow
to examine a property of Mr. Sheer
er's upon which he plans develop
ment work if the examination Is sat
fluence of liquor
To Collect Raise.
Unless enjoined from doing so li
each Instance, County Tax Collector
H'cks will endeavor to collect th
raise made by the Territorial Board
of Equalization on the patented mine
of Cochise county. He has been ad
vised by District Attorney Williams
that It is his duty to do so as that
amount of taxes are charged up
against him on the tax roll. . Mr.
Hicks will accept no partial payment
on property; that Is he will not ac
cept the county and Territorial taxes
levied on mining property, unless the
money Is also forthcoming for t"iu
territorial raise. This practice ha
been followed heretofore but will no'.
be followed by tlm. It is all or none
D. C. Hunsaker, of Phoenix, last
week lost a draft for $299.70 and ad
vertises that he is very anxious to
have It returned.
Governor Sloane has removed his
family from his home at Prescott.to
Phoenix and will spend the winter at
Miss Sharlott Hall has been ap
pointed territorial historian to suc
ceed Mulford WInsor, who was re
moved. The latest report of the Maricopa
county treasurer shows a balance ot
cash on hand to the credit of the
county of $39,932.21.
MllTfvlffi 'JjBfer delicions ood tov every KpUfr
There arrived at the Vulture mine
the other day a Chinese who has been
sent to this country by his govern
ment for the purpose of studying the
most modern methods of mining.
Cochise county, Arizona, leads a!
others in the territory as a mineral
Decorations for Women.
There are few decorations for worn x
en in Europe, the most ancient ordei
coming from the Austrian throne. It
Is the decoration of the Star and Cru
clflx, and Is given to women of high
rank. Another Is the Lateen, found
cd In memory of the beautiful queen
of Prussia, whom Napoleon Insulted.
This order Is given to all classes of
(romen who commit any great self-Acrifice.
Europe's Oldest Chu'ch.
The oldest church In Europe is said
to be that of St. Pudeuzlana at Rome
About the middle of the first century,
a certain Roman senttor had a house
on this spot He was a Christian cod
vert of St. Paul, who lodged with him
from A. D. 41 to SO. For the rellg
lous uses of himself and his guests
he built a small chapel In his bouse,
which was later supplemented by the
Wo are at last working round tc
some conception of what the land i
or ought to be In the scheme of na
tional well-being. We are at last be
ginning to see that there In hardly an
great social question, however urban
It may seem at first, that Is not ultl
mately to be traced back to this prob
lem or that ot the open country.
Two tramps were killed, another
seriously Injured, three big engines
demolished and fifteen freight cars
wrecked and smashed in a head on
collision at Flagstaff Sunday morn
ing. The trial of McNeill & Woods, ac
cused of the murder of Detective
Schwartz a year ago, has been post-
J poned at the Flagstaff court, and will
come up again next April.
George H. Lutgcrding, of Phoenix,
cashier of the Union Bank & Trust
Company, has been elected vice-president
for Arizona of the American
Mammoth Sects of New Mexico.
From Mora comes a story of suga;
bsets more than two feet tong asd
weighing only a trifle less than 12
pounds. There are said to be two ot
these roorfster tubers there, and it is
claimed they were grown on th farm
of a native who lives several miles up
the valley from the town of Mora. It
Is the intention ot the Mora county
grange to send these monster beets
to the Irrigation congress. Las Vegas
''"N"'-' rs -jrs ,
Savings H Aff
Fifth and Spring Sts., Los Angeles
CAPITAL AND RESERVE ..$1,350,000
Over 52,000 Depositors
Four per cent Interest on savings
accounts and on Six Months' Certifi
cates of Deposit Three per cent on
special (ordinary) savings accounts
which accounts may be checked
against without presentation of Pass
Book. Interest Is paid monthly on the
minimum monthly balances.
Ground floor and basement
occupied by the Security
Savings Bank and Safe De
Spring Chickens, Hens
Meat that is Tender
? Telephone us your order. We can give you any-
thing you wish in the meat line. The Louisiana
Oysters are again arriving regularly.
E. A. TOVREA & CO.
The Yama Electric & Water Com
pany announces that It will at once
spend $15,000 in the improverr.en'. ot
Its plant and making extensions.
Cochise county continues 'to lead
all others in Arizona. Railroad sur
veyors are still busy and railroad
construction gangs are following
close on the heels of the- surveyors,
Thieves and Humor.
The reason why cockneys are such
smart thieves Is that they have a
keen sense of humor The street
arab pick your pocket while he grins
it you. It is only stupid thieves who
are serious. Poo Oliver Twist's seri
ousness was the cause of his arrest
The humor of the Artful Dodger and
Charley Bates saved them. Strand
The Warren district has proven
itself the greatest mineral spot In
the southwest It has been a steady
producer for twenty five years and
therels more ore In sight today than
at any time in its past history.
s Thanks to Supervisor. Bowen Co
chise county is to have a new bos
pital. without a bond Issue. .
a TrrurrtBTj in Science,
Blggums They tell me Prof Hop
kins has at last perfected his air
ship." Snlggsms "He has. There
are only two things left to complete."
Blggums "What are they?" Snig
gums ''Hopkins says itll be great it
be can only make it stay up and go
S. A VS
M. C. SPIRES
Under new management.
Tourists, travellers mining
men and cattlemen are ex
tended a cordial invitation.
Best dinning room service
This Queer World.
And the mystery still lingers why
Is It necessary to salt a fish caught in
the salt ocean? A sea bas caught oft
Scabright. requires just as much salt
In the seasoning as a black bass
caught In the saltless waters of Lake
Erie. New York Press.
The Peter Johnson
, In the Johnson block on "Upper Main street is now open for business
with a complete stock of the finest beef, Kansas City lamb, mutton and
pork, and Is In a position to at all times supply their patrons with the
choicest cuts ot meat the market affords. Your patronage Is solicited and
your orders given either at the store or by Phone, will be filled to your en-,
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