THE 8ISBEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1911.
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Telegram. Breaking Engage
ment Hastens the
SANTA MONICA. May 25. With
(Co olopcmcnt of Miss Mary KUza
beth Goetz. aged 19, and Lewis
K. Hutchinson., a prominent raining
man of Swansea, Arizona, to Los
Angelea Tuesday night culminated
a pretty romance and courtshlo that
baa stirred the social circles here,
as tho brido was one of the favorites
in tho younger' set.
Shortly arter Miss Goetz' gradua
tlon from tho Immaculate Heart con
vent of Hollywood she met tho dash
ing mining engineer from tho south
west and an attachment was Imnio
Uately formed which in a few weeks
of acquaintance resulted in an en
casement. Mr. Hutchinson returned to Ari
wjna. to look after his mining Inter
ests and was stunned a few days
ago to receive a wire front his fian
cee that ho could consider the en
gagement broken. But Mr. Hutchin
son would not give up without a
struggle. Dropping all of tno im
portant business at hand ho caught
tho first train for California with
tho result that when ho turnod up
unexpectedly in Santa Monica
Sunday, ho found that Miss Goetz
still loTed Uim devoutly and was
willing to marry Mm at once.
Without further delay the coupie
went to Los Angeles where they
were married at a Presbyterian par
sonage, leaving the following morn
ing for Arizona. Miss Goetz is the
daughter of Henry X. Goetz, prom
inent contractor and builder, having
supervised tho construction of, the
motordomo and the Los Angeles
Country club house.
The happy couple will go direct
to their new home at Swansea and
although Mrs. Hutchinson will be the
only white woman within many
miles of this little mining camp,
she expressed her willingness, just
before the train departed from Lo3
Angeles, of "going to tho ends of
tho earth" now that she had been
scared out of the foolish idea that
she was not in love.
Battleship Wyoming Takes
Her Place Among Ameri
ca's Fighting Craft at
SURPASSED BY NONE
AFLOAT ON THE SEAS
Displacement is 5,000 Tons
Greater Than the Dela
ware; 15,000 Greater
Than the Oregon
TOSKEGEE, Afcx. May 25. Many
visitors attended the commencement
exercises today at Tuskegeo insti.
tutc. Tho address to tho graduates
was delivered by Judge Robert H.
Terrell of tho municipal court of the
District ot Columbia.
World of Golf: Beginner Now,
ycn'vo seen my style. Do yau think
yon can tell mo what sort or a golfer
I shall make?
Professional Yes, sir, if you can
stand tho shock.
PHILADELPHIA. Px. May 25
Surpassed, by none and equaled only
by her own sister ship, which is
not yet completed, America's latest
and greatest warship, tho battleship
Wyoming, was launched today at
tho yards of tho Cramp Ship and
Engine Building company at Kenr.
There was no untoward incident
to mar tho ceremonies, which were
witnessed by a distinguished gather
ing of naval folk and official repre
sentatives of tho stato of Wyoming,
in honor of which commonwealth
the powerful sea fighter was named.
For tho first time in tho many
years that tho Cramps havo been
building tho big fighting machines
for tho United States navy the gen
eral public was llarrcd from attend.
inc tho launching. No one was per
mitted to enter tho yards without a
card of admission. The enforcement
of the now rulo was due, according
to tho explanation of tho company
officials, to extraordinary conditions
arfzine from the great size of the
Wyoming. So hucc Is the mammoth
hulk that it completely filled th
crpat shed built ovr the cradle and
rendered It imnosslb'o to build the
customary sianrfs about tho plrow
for tboaccommodatton of tho spec.
Mors. Provision was jpade only for
the rhrWenln? Tiarty and a few d!f.
Miss Knight Honored.
Tho christening party, headed by
Miss Dorothy Eunice Knight, daugb.
ter of a former chief justice of the
of getting the best Clothes
possible made to your
individual measure see
that theV bear the label of
t.CrC A 04, V?
Ed. V, Price & Co,
Morckant Tailors CMeagb
As exclusive local representatives of these
famous tailors, we can supply you with
fine clothes, made as you want them,
at a pride you will appreciate.
$25.00 to $50,
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i5Jtrm " mJ a TlTtjHiTI
Wyoming supremo court and spon
sor tor tho big battleship, took up
their positions near tho noso of tbo
big ship. A lew minutes later there
was a rending sound and snap, the
weakened beams gavo way and an
the Wyoming moved down tho ways
Miss Knight hurled tho bottle ot
sparkling wlno at tho prow and ex
claimed In a clear voice: "I chris
ten the Wyoming."
Tho gigantic battleship slid down
tho tallow-greased ways with tho
lightness of a frail lifeboat As she
righted hcrselt far out in tho strea-n
and was taken in charge by several
tugs tho groat crowd of spectators
gave vent to its enthusiasm. To the
cheers ot the onlookers was aded
tho deafening nolso of hundreds ot
whistles from tho factories and shops
along shore and tho many river
No Equal Afloat.
The battleship Wyoming is de
clared to have no equal afloat as a
first-class fighting machine. Sho is.
26,000 tons displacement, or 3,320
tons greater than tho British bat
tleship Conqueror launched a few
Tho displacement of tho Wyoming
is 0,000 tons greator than that ot
the Delaware, which has been sn
commission less than a year, and
nearly 15,000 tons greater than that
ot tho Oregon, which scarcely more
than decade ago was known as the
"B'dldos of tho Navy."
Tho armament of the Wyoming
will consist ot twelve 12-lnch and
22 Wnch guns and broadsides of
twelve 12-lnch and eleven Mnch
guns. Tho twolvo 12-inch guns wilt
be mounted In six turrets on -tho
center lino ot tho ship two forward,
two aft and two midship. Each turret
Is to bo protected by armor twelva
inches and1 eight inches thick inl
supplied with ammunition by elco
trical hoists from the magazines and
shellrooms below. Tho entire hand
ling of tho guns will be done by
Rapid Fire Guns.
For defenco against torpeCo boat
attacks there will bo provided a
tattery of twenty-ono C-'.nch rapid
fire guns, protected by armor ot
medium thickness. Close subdivision
and strong bulkheads will form ad
ditional protection against tho danr
ago likely to result from mine or
Tho principal dimensions of the
big battleship aro as follows: Length
on load water line. 544 feet; length
over all, 5C2 feet; beam over armor.
93 feet, 2 C-3 inches;! trial draft, -S
feet, 6 inches: trial displacement,
26,000 tons; trial speed, 20J knots an
Ten Inches Thick.
The main belt armor will be about
eight feet wide and will have :n
average thickness of ten Inches.
Above this is to be another bolt ot
ten inches average thickness, . id
still higher amidshlp. Is tho case
ment armor protecting tho second
ary battery and funnel bases. At
tbo ends of tho main belt are trans
verse armor bulkheads. Each bar
lette is of armor varying from four
inches to eleven inches in thickness,
which protects tho entiro ammunl
tlon handling machinery for tho V
inch ffcns In tho turret above. A
strong protectivo deck extends all
fore and! aft.
Tho Wyoming will be fitted for a
flavshlp and her complement as
Bcch will consist of S5 officers and
1,030 men. It is expected sho will
bo ready for commission by the end
of the year.
WANTS CENSORSHIP ON
PRESS AS "REGULATION"
CHICAGO, May 25. President F.
A Delano of tho Wabash railroad
system, speaking today before tho
Chicago Traffic club, advocated reg
ulation ot newspapers by tho inter,
stato commerce commission as a
"The railroads havo gone through
,.miiiinn and laid down a system of
procedure, and tho honest roads aro
profiting by it," said Mr. Delano.
-But why stop at tbo railroads? Why
not apply the same rulo to bankers,
to interstate shippers and merchants
and. Indeed, why not give newsps
pers a tasto ot it? I think it would
do thom good."
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
v-mt. vnrir Trpa? Occasionally we
meet a woman of few words, but she
is nearly slwavs afflicted with the
Those who make a specialty ot
helping themselves get less help
from tho Lord than those who ho'"
Never tell anything to a woman
that you would be ashamed to seo in
print with your name signed to it.
No mattpr how unbecoming a
woman's hat is, her feminino friends
invariably tell her that sho looks
good in it.
If tho cheerful idiot who rocks
tho boat and the girl Is drowned sho
may havo escaped a worse fate. Had
sho lived sho might havo married
The Heights at the Top
are always commanded by those who produce
the best. Over fifty years of continued QsEaiffiy
and Parity made eiTh& &id RelsahiQ
Q The Great German Doctors whom Har
riman consulted said that Eeer and Bread
were man's best food. J We sell you 'good
beer cheaper than milk. J $3.50 for 2
dozen quarts at any grocery store or call
BOSTON & BROWN and they will inform you
how to buj' GOOD BEER cheap. -: - -: - -: -Don't
Pay The Freight !
THE ANTLERS CAFE
OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
the unchallenged King of All Bottled Beers. lis world
wide reputation is due to its thorough ageing, mildness
and exquisite taste which helped to win its Popularity
Bottled only at the
St Louis, Mo
Copper Queen Mining Co.
CARETTO & CO.,, Proprietor
Beard by th month $25.68, ar
by meal tickets. Try ut m
you'll b convinced.
1 Main Street, Blibeo Arizona.
Each Ccd- , -v
rsaie bean the MUjyJ
Hewore of counterfeit j
SELLS CHEAPER TO
TO AMERICAN PRESS
Paper Trust Discriminates and
Maintains Prices by Sys
tem of Agreement
Culminates in the Wounding
r of Three Men in Saloon
MADE BY THE CUBAN CIGAR CO. DENVER, COLO.
La Internacional Cigars
The Standard of Quality
The Right Sizes The Right Colors '.The Right Prices
The Home of Arizonans
BUNYAN RELIC FOR SALE
LONDON, Ma7 25. Tho copy of
Foxo's "Book of Martyrs" owned by
tho Bedford Literary Institute was
offered for sale at public auction tot
day at Sotbebey's. The book Is val
ued highly by collectors and dealers,
chlefly-because It la believed to have
been the one that belonged to John
Bunyan when he was In prison.
Kansas City Journal: "There Is a
belief that summer girls are always
"Yes I pot enjracod on that theirr,
htt U look us if I'm In for a wed
ding or a breach of promise suit"
MILLS OFTEN SHUT DOWN
WASHINGTON, 31ay 25. Charges
that American newspaper publishers
are required to pay higher prices for
their ifcws print paper because the
International Paper company Is prac
tically in control of tho industry
were made at the Canadian reci
procity hearings before the senate
Jinance committee by John Norrls,
represontinp- tho American News
paper Publishers' association.
The paper makers, Mr. Norrls
said, have made obvious efforts to
restrict production and to starve Uie
print paper market in order to
maintain prices at an agreed figure,
have sold the paper abroad cheaper
than In this country, and have ar
rayed themselves against open prices
and against public .quotations.
In an effort to prevent such se
cret fixing of prices, Mr. Norrls i
said he had made offers to buy j
paper ana to pay casn ior it. out
that only two mills out of lifty In
this country had sold to him. The
reason for this refusal, he claimed,
was that the paper-makers did not
want a public quotation of their
prices, as he would have sold tho
paper at auction, thus making tho
Keep Mills Idle.
"The paper makers of this coun
try." said Mr. Nbrris, "have pre
ferred to keen their mills idle and
i their labor unemployed, and to al
! low Canada to sell paper here,
! rather thun to sell paper at 'the
i JA conspiracy or arrangement or
I some 3ort exists among news print
paper mills. The trade disturbance
and price fluctuations In news print
paper duo to unlawful combinations
I have been continuous since the pass
'f of the ninginy W, shortly after
'which tho International Paper com-
"any was formed from a cousolida-
tlon of many mills. Including those
on the verge of bankruptcy, and im
mediate steps were taken to mark
Mr. Norris accused the Interna
I tlonal Paper company of selling
Jraper abroad cheaper than here,
I with havinc "launched into a gigan
tic woodland speculation, with having
an inflated capitalization of at least
540,000,000 and with keeping down
production by maintaining a capacity
of only 35 per cent of modern cqulp
ment. "Yet the International Paper com
pany," ho added, "Is asking con
cress to uut a premium upon the
antiquity" of the plants of mills that
were verging upon DanKruptcy i
. Henry iMiller Is to play a short en
snrement In vaudeville In "Frederic
i le Maitre." supported by Laura Hope
OLD FIGHT BACK OF IT
EL PABO, TEXAS.
DENVER, May 25. An argument
which started at a box party In a
local .theater and continued in a bar
room of a hotel last night developed
into a shooting affray in which S.
Louis Von Phul, a well known ba-
loonlst of St. Louis; J. W. Atkinson i
of Colorado Springs and G. E. Cope-'
land ot Cripple Creek, Colo., were
wounded by Frank H. Hcnwood, lo
cal representative of the Globe Blow
Gas company of New York.
Kenwood wa3 arrested Immed
iately. He told Chief of Police Arm- 1
strong that Von Phul was is to
blame for tho trouble. "He had been
laying for mo for two weeke, but
I got him first," he said.
Atkinson and Copeland, it appears,
were not directly concerned in the
quarrel. The fight started, it Is said,
when Von Phul applied an epithet
to Henwood and Henwood whipped
out a revolver and began shooting.
Von Phul was shot four times and
may idle. Copeland and Atkinson re
ceived one bullet each, but are not
fatally wounded. .
Von Phul has many balloon rec
ords and holds the speed record for
balloon flights, having made the diF
tance from St. Louis to Charleston.
S. O, 590 miles by air line, in flfj
Famous Indian Hot Springs
A noted reaort for henH!: ut
pleasure. Rate 2.00 to fJ.S
per day. Twenty nlnutM rld
from Hot Springs SUtlcx, Gra
ham county, Arizon. Tfcsa
Tocdertul waters are recom
mended to cur rheao&tlBKi,
cout, dropsy, livtr, Udnty ul
tomach troubles, blood dis
eases and wosen'a tltatati.
beautiful lawns and shjult
trees. Large plunge fcnd ewlta
ming pool; also fish lik &a4
boating, lawn tennis aaj cro
quet and swings. Try oar wca-
derful mud asd minerals fcatk.
If joa are ilck. get well. If well et pleawre.
THE BEST HUNTING AND FISHING AT ALL TIME.
ALEXANDER BROS. Propritors.
WILL DISTRIBUTE A
MILLION ROSES FREE
prmTT ,a;t rr Mar 25. One
million roses will be distributed tco
to visitors at tho Portland Rose fes
tival early next month. From a
small beginning, largely an experi
ment at first, the rose festival baa
become an annual event to which
the whole northwest looks forward
with interest. The local committees
are putting forth every effort to
make the carnival this vear surpass
in magnitude and! attractiveness the
similar events In the past. The fes
tivities will start off with a royal
welcome to Rex Oregonus, the merry
monarch who rules the season of
revels. Through tho entire week
there will bo a succession of at
tractive features, including the floral
rareonts. the battle of roses, an
l"trical parade, regatta and othor
(BOPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and Hih tBlass Gafe
Speaal $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5:30 to 8:00 P. M.
HENRY P0PPEN, Manager
WBjtnetfwi FptoMj "I have a r
msrknMo bl"rv" b,"in th ladv
'To tell or sell?" Inquired the law
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
We Are Now in the Market for
the Purchase of Copper Ore
and Copper Matte
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CS.
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