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-My . ? M jSij,i3Wgiagw uwe. ;igj.iA!! sm- ' - T'-!n?rriiWg -w BnmMMa fcSsw s mi , i - Off Ul PAGb EIGHT i 1 t: !' I I MP! Kies fionie Baking Easy I pill I! - POWDEi THE BISBEE OAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1911. BISBEE WOMEN HOLD WAKE FOB DEAD ill OK HOUHTAIN TOP Adventures of Camping Party ftfade Them Creepy; What They, Found COW SLEEPS ON A,' COT? Onlj Bisbee wmiun could have isone through it and ooaie out with out gray hairs What three -Bisbee women saw on , tbe top or Miller's peak in the Hua . chucas. or rather what littlo Silas Toles told them he saw was enough 1 10 turn the aalr while la a single ! night But It didn't The story leaked out several days aftor this party returned from an In the part were Parker woodman, siiperin- SOCIAL LIGHTS BADLY company Miss Jones, secretary of ' HUMILIATED BY TRICK 1 OUnB Toles 'inTperhap Absolutely Pure Tko only baking powder made from Royal Grapo v Cream jaf Tartar ,n .. ii.. ... ..r,r,,.r. aftor this party returned fi NnALUM.KDLIMEFHOSPHATE otinB m ,h. h : part) were Parker woodman, i MACON, Ga.. June 16 TwenW young ladles aud twenty young men, all social lights 'n Macon, passed tho greater part' of the night in a swimming pool, not because th" wanted to, but because they couldn't get out. One of the features of the AV V Billlngslev residence Is a spacious i one or two others The Mountain Climb Imbibing the bubbling mountain air tode the party ambitious and a mountain offered itself as an outlet Mr. Woodman, who is also a wood man, knows the Illusions of the mountain country and ho strongl) i advised the young women against given by the wealthy very popular. Swimming continued to "","U1"-J "uo"c.B '" '"""'J" ' such u outlet for their spirits, but swimming pool, ami naming parue-i --- , ,,. nv Jarod ar" j them and that cinched It late ' w"n 1,u,e sllas Tolos as ',JO . .. . -. r oiiinn ALU miLiui'ut; uuiiiivit , nour. me guests scramuieu out 01 " ,, , i, .., hr. the pool and discovered to their I of trouble. rt' "'J! horror that some one had made off fK a ?!,. v?.l?v with their clothing. Also they were Ucf peak They Uad P"oul uil swre rewaseu. iuo ouui -- v to h VERY FEW HIE BARRED FROM DRILL t Wf&W EVENT;- MEXICO; REWARD OUT Rule Applies Only tov Those j Who Have Wqn Money in Previous Con tests of Kind aptures Man Who Captured Htm; Accused of Robbing Express Company REBELS ' RELEASED HIM i I Jne uraara or captor aapuirea iu Ian. according to advices received ... Well. Kargo Express com- , liany. A. V. Hawkins. accused of ..," I t theft of 50,090 from the com The big drilling contest to oowir maT several months ago, after be te Btebee on' the tourlh 0f July te ' ine released from Jail by tbe vic attractlng wide attention ana jjrea torious rebels, was captured bv a interest among the miners The cow gjeial company agent and then rnlttee having the contest arrange ' w-itu the aid of passors-b turned ments in eharse Is sure that t wiU y,,, tables, secured the mans reiol be the star oent in nlsbee and that ver anrt hlg 0. one o the tesults wll be the revt , . roaar,, bad ,, ..ga lalion of several drilling experts h- .hf . . d i.. V tow unknown to the general public , on sas Thf LuSas UispaS In this connection It Is interesting W n' 8as tne "as Ulspatcn to note that a misunderstanding of Gets $50,000 one of the rules has arisen, caused. Hawkins, who formerly resided in probably, by hasty reading of thv i Wsbee, and was better known as rule in question, or perhaps H la Blondy" than by his real cogno bjftad upon hftrsa Contrary to . was on the Nogalea Hermosillo general belief, those who have taken 8 an express messenger. Sev part in previous drilling contests AUK i ral mtlis ago espross package NOT BAURKD by tbe more fact bat eontaiulng 150,000 In currency for they were contestants. The rule is tne bank of Hermosillo wore jilaced - nJain In statlnir that those onb te his care at Nogales Somewhere are barred wno naiie tahe. MONBV IN previous contests it was reported yeterda that two men who intended to compete ha4 gien up the Iden merely because tbey were at srnne time In the past participants In d drilling coatoat. a! though the) had won no money at all This withdrawal, if it occurred. was unnecessary, as toe men, not la between tbe places. Hawkins oiiened the safe, abstracted the nionc, locked the safe again and broke off the key in the lock When the safe was received in Hermosillo Hawkins is said tn hate explained that the key had become i Jammed in the lock and been broken i !n aa effort to extricate it While ! ctntlMiVAre tt nlnlr rha lnnlr uortt FRIDA Y AND SA TURD A Y 50c Men's Mesh Underwear $1.00 tuits Special At Mei. who bought these garments at the sale which we had several weeks ago will know just exactly what they are. At that Mme we placed on sale 80 dozen gaiments and they were sold out in the two days. For this ale the garments will he just half the original buy, so it will pay men to come early. This special price should be the reason for many men supplying their entire summer needs The lot consists of 40 Dozen Garments JThe garments are in pure white and ecru and of that popular mesh weave which men are asking for of late. One particular feature about this underwear that should commend it is its quick drying qualities. It doesn't cling uncomfort- ably to the skin like other underwear. All sizes with quarter lenght sleeves and ankle lenght drawers. We are not exaggerating when Ave saj that a suit of this underwear would cost $1.00 if bought elsewhere. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Regular Price $1.00 Suit. Special at Mr. ward for warn iwr imunimuui: iu ii iij mviv - - , . . . .- ,. w the clotting and locked the couples Ins a rcad famfehed. P"0" in. He was on of the victin.8 ' - ? ' Tfc a nothing , The First Adventure The, young somen obtained -the Keys and arrived, ar.tue camns buuui TrtJ. dad in sheets, weat home in i1 camp ff1 Jf , having takm monoy in the coateat "ntler way he made his escape front &UA.A.MV0. I . , - ! b .....1 . .I'A I lf? VIIKIUIT IU WW UUll "M U - - . BIlHngsley has offered a ro f-"'! I," VlSu in the eal o"1- ""' r P,eWr of Mas l'PrenomJed or officers and or infortnaUoc ns to wh3 took t!nn to spend Je iilght la thejwi- drillers who caa eomplv , wa awaiting trial in the Masatten with this rule, and an exciting tinir 'Jail when the attack on that clt is certain when tlie hammer besl" .waB ade. to beat their tattoo on the steel. I Caught and Escaped The pomirltt has decided that Oae of the first acts of the sue- nobodv who weighs over 196 pound eeseful rebels was to open the doors ot ine jan, releasing tiawKins ana a large number of fellow prisoners i Tor but a short time did the al i leged safe robber enjoy his llbert. former guard in the emplo of 'he express company had been em l!oed by tbe concern to prevent tbe rcape of tht young m.n in a con- i tlngencv of this kind. Hardl) had Hawkins stepped from the jai! door i hen this man, a Mexican, stepied and with leveled rovoher de manded hla fiurrander. 1 Ifawklna was unwllta? to 20 tamely -lack into capthity and put , ,- ,, ... , nnp a hard fight with his fists, but Earth FallS On Miner and 1 1 1 to no avail The Mexican, a much men WOrK nam IU a,m prostrate and was sitting upoi. hi chest with' the revolver within a few inches ot bis nose, whrti in surrectos in the -crowd which had PHOTOS PHOTOS! Ftall lure cabinet photos, per nightfall .The) unlocked the w VTl i. i , -,-.. down JU. Full figure postcards, f the 111 t cabin and on the floor ' allowed to compete We pet doaea. until Jalv 5 Satis hc saw tbe creass of a (lead cow lacuon gnaranteea uonaiaso" &co hew' Hut wttBUfmatter, inere wub dlar Coatom House stop, Ilislxve. another cabin The key to the door . r- of , - 1 ? wn'k. The The coolest place In the district Qisbee women are neer al a toss at the0 K theater matlree. Five for a deice. so little SUas Toles fans. r Kvaft SSf'i I JESl iff I W T O K. t i JttF ik U&shingtort Garments "legged" up to the transom Dead Man on Cot7 I -But he quickly was legged" down again lor ue tutu tuv ovis, .v.. that there was a dead man on the cot inside the cabin What would you have done in a case like that? It was dark and camp was several miles away and a dead man a few feet awav. "And the night was iiittor cold." This is good melo drama, but It is a fact also; 11 was cold .The partv camped out in the open, without blankets, bnt they did not sleep. ' They held a wake for the dead man in the cabin. What Was Found When the light of da flooded the cabin, through the Urnnsom, little Silas Tolos was "legged" up for another peep. ml it do ? think. m children It was an other dead cow Another dead oow Yes. another dead cowy lying peace fully at full length oa the blanket coored cot .Sho 'Sfaet The party returned to the eaatp. the romoaa.ts of tbe brave six haa- flred minus uve nunored ami muuw LEG AHP01TED US -RESULT OF CH IT OLIVER 5 Tia I I "P I ntai Dig Him Out BODY IS BADLY CRUSHED f thr The 0ard feci ttTMd in (ha nntiA tt hi turV Henrr Rossi, a Slav miner em, nloge and CJmmanded to do ployed at the OUer shaft of tie w dropped his rolvV Hawkin-, C. & A. compaay. Mffered a broken lkAed up th. thaifked hi leg. yesterday moralag at 11 oelock ' ,,, walked oat of th wa a lame section of earth in knowd, nf iner completelv tbe ailae Jell on 10m. aeceaaltatlng Upon iirnjBg ot th tacape the ampatatloa of the lea yeaterda: the fonaer DeieBger. the Well afternoon at the Calumet aad Art- FarKO cotaaaay offered a large r sana aaepital The leg was broken ward Jor h recaptare. A circular last below the kaee ti thj, eaect waB received her- It took 1 men nearly an hour to yeaterday. whOe private advices t resume the earth trow Koasi e Doay. - tr sive full details of his es- I J " Jr C Suit x; " aiiaaaaaiaiaaaaaaaawaaaaaawaaaaBmiaaaaiiiiai siiiii waataiiiiaiaaiaiiamiaaiaaaiaaa I i i nail mail a in wmBimLimvwr,irvnBmKTvanmt&&snimmnmmamBmmmmBmmm&mmmmmm Uncle Sam's Loan Office Monty Itintl an v.rytnlnf Mining Stock Especially Everything confidnt1l dlrector meeting woui'it tecur loan Uncle Sam's Loan Ofie Main St. Long Window KgBarcsgasarnwwaaaBwa BSSB six. Also minus a large part ot The whole body was more or lea fj, It beBoved. the lette' their wearing apparel, torn away by ' bruised aad crushed by toe falling states, that Hawkins baa gr.ne t the brambles Uv the ureakiasi earth and rocs, -jne neaa umter toe v.-n,,th America camp tire tne quartette stooo aim i jaw was pareu to tne Done ao mv rowed, "Never again1" of his arms was severely masbed . ' Rossi will recover, doctors be- i lieve He is a man of splendid phy ; sique and unless complications arise j it is likely that Ids strong constl , totion will pull him through AVhlle h 'H& ii s&ZS 1 1 fit r?!k Bal Sir 1 w7j7Sp w nai'Brr Engagement and Wedding Rings Large Variety of June Wedding Presents L. L GILMAN Opposite Post i Office S ESCAPE Ii MClDEIITi IHCE ILL TEST" SCHOOL SHOWING 10 FOR ALL 0L0 TIMERS: BE RIGGER THAN EVER j Horse May Die as Result of HISS VIOLA IYER ' Having Shaft Run Through Its Body pristty romance shows how the mother Anally frees the 6on after his imprisonment. ! "In Arisona" Is an apt picture forj n tnrnl Atiiltanrp Tt lt a storv of & . ..k n i.i, 0 ,odr.,i Hiuhtor I ansa Dairy milkman, sarrowlr oseao- ai jjklK Mw a I mlna - r 3 ..... . ..- nrinrn i' was oeinc larnn uuiu -ur loiire ... ,, .-. mmh ind.l l.h., ..J kc ..,.. .. mA W 1 Bt Hh HHfflbHaasurfi-Ti? JfiL-d'.'-"s Walter Brooks, the well known Can- of h's money They disguise them- Declaration of Independence Reading Will Take Place in the Evening nwhllA. "Well w goods we treat yen uxe yoa UKc gnd do not wisrewreaeHt. SCHWARH BROS. CO, THE SAFE PLACE ON MAIN ST. The reading of Uie Declaration it! . Independence, a time honored Fourth of July custom, will be a feature of i , tie celebration In Disbee this year it win lo read oy .miss a. vioi Mayer, prooaoi imra Tne spcaKers i stand immediately preceding the ad dress by Goernor Richard E Sloan ! The Declaration of Independence is J regarded as a masterpiece of prose : full of smothered fire at d blazlu,' url b nnrtlnl snirlt. KHnK veiled with was built Th iioiiular O K. theater, always Tk. u. nn i ni insane ' in a dav when word-managing was , ,, a,i ,aa aMnrnd a fall line of ,, - ,.. i.ntu.s- rrn.r:i.n .irt I Impressions are laatinz and Koud 'napres stoaa ar big factor m itf scheme of life Washington Company Snaraer Saits are designed aad tailored to stake aad ieae a ocJ lm- They Bianifeet the aarac tor. dMAMtavn a d dignHr wUch yoa have & right to aeet la tha acat eesfly to-a-der tafrared garmeate Aad tke artees are Maeh lawer tail tke nerehaat tailor la waapeUed t-i charge $17-50 to $35.00 We are tbe exclusive Repf S8iatlve for this CKy' And say WHY te oar busi ness, growing: so In these rath er alet tlmea IT S and M see It. all you aeod te ao m uj si """"?" ! r ,he Temos received a chal- o aenver mw r---- , ,w. A,,nr- r thr WIlgB lUUUjr IIUJU y.-x ... - rtnraia Marina of Madrid, who wants I to fight a duel on the ground that an article publisnea oy ine ii Was a slut on the hodor of Spain. liolar unable to moe his loft leg v '. Vorer and rob Pc . P Jnes hU1 by muscular force, he picked It W '"I t&wL Z out he' hat B'ht- Thfc horse as ba,,ly with his hands and laid it over the ' ""Cher stabbing him. but he tfce an)mal . I v v 1 O css4a a.vta-' w vciv" otr ?.ne . x. .. . ,,. foer culltj The robbers quarrel ine aaiv nas uwi ucre uuij a. wn ;- -, ,..- j u u lae am a days and little Is know n about h.m. over the owW. and tt I. and Th. rnhhors n..rrnl 'e waaon sianeo iu ouck uowu -... JX u lo tbe hill and the horse became fright I If You Dpn't Know About This Test You Can't Get Into Exclusive Set Who Is who in IWsbee's JJd Times raumons; inere is no title New Census Will Soon Be Out; Number of Boys Ex ceed Number of Girls I The school census of tho schools of the district will be issued in a few days and little Is known about him. eJ" A,f J"," vL ,h ,r ened and began to kill, breaking the a point and call himself an It was some time after the accident intere"Js,.to .f.e n,T "!' singletree and th traces. Held only Timer. He ma assert with p the catalogue that carries more honor i!XYS- It is sain that the census will in Bisbee and In Arizona than Old show a larger number of pupils this Timer; in fact the honor is so great year than last iiiat a man has boen known w strain i figures already at hand show that ram i r isures aireaay al nana show that Old there were 108 pupils In the Bisbee that his same could be learned. He man and the gin nnaiiy many fey. th(j an,mal began to klck truth that he has been a resident has three cousins Pere oui no oiner f ..- . --....-. -. r- , t.(Ck Bntll fmc o the gnaftB ran -01 me camp since tne ran ot umptj relative , talmng to a forger, who leaves tne fw throU(l!n Ug body .above the left timp. but unless he can pass the c v""" i ....-. --"- .. Th sh.f. . , . foot anu uance nan test nc is wacK caiien IE mINEW MUSIC AND HN ES AT 0 K . r. w.iouv. j - w.v.. --- . Th shaft went in a foot and uiuce "an test sip la 't0 S ?rPhHe "later 3Vces 'the a halfand clme- at the The -nd --IM a tenderfoot. e!' treated. He later induces tne . .. Not many people in i w.fe of the rancher (a ride out with Dorse mayjiie la,. fcnow. what the IN6 CASE TO BE BROUGHT UP TODAY him and sai aoodbv and leaves a nrte iu the wife's handwritlne to her husband saying she deserted him Tbe 'orger makes off with tfce wife van4 the detective HbsIK arrives and lacl'es the bust and and captures the Bisbee. per- dance hall test" is and it is said that many who have craved admission into the lim ited and highjv -vrlasive circle of "Old Timers" have been relegated to the tenderfoot rank for just that perfect I High school last year, and a dally average of S9. 15 boys and 63 girls. Tho total days' attendance was 15,668 1-2. obtained by multiplying the school uajs by the number of students. In the three kindergartens of the district, 166 young ones were enroll ed, 79 of them being boys and S7 girls The average dally attendance was 9S and the total of days was 16,397. The number of pupils in the grades was 1.608. There were S22 bovs and 7$6 girls The unusual fact is noted foreer Jodldous wording It in a oay wnen woru-ujanHing ,n tBe id, has secured a run line oi Hp,rtE-,- The heiress' gnaruiaa plots ' school betiding once stood-rnot ao one of the- chiefest accomplishments n(?(l mu8K ,nciuding many of the hef and g ,.,. declared la- - " . ery many years ago the first school of a statesitan. an aceompllahmen. CMi:cs Toere arc a series of Irish forced ,Bto an .stIow. How ' WeSl&T Parkef MUSt AnSWer house In Blabee. It was in this irh.S?mL' '""JLTho ! MeIod,t?' Germ? "& TM.1r ' "e ' " -to a! P-riarrfo nf Alk With ? to?8'' ? frame .hack. Tanaennaum, unuer uen wuuvu, j. lnto tne MyM) aMB trees hot ""'; "' """- ... lBal tBe lamous iances m xae ore I)le Vacht am Rhine, etc, ana ggg an interesting story - HftarltV Wftarmfl times occurred. Every old timer In -tJht naralrv. overture: llungar- ...,. ,u ilt tn lh m " J jal) to old college professors, who tovow how. to administer a reprimand to a negligent student in sHch a way that it fakes a grammatical aBolysin and a rhetorical test 10 de teratlna whether the address Is a rebuke of praise . 8 i The coolest place in the district at the O K theater Matinee. Five fans. PARIS EDITOR ISSUES CHALLENGE FOR DUEL PARIS, June 16 -The foreign ed Spend an hour's entertainment at the O K theater. Matinee 2 p. m. Ccolett place 1n town. Large crowds still attest to the poa- iaa maslc. "The Old Oaken Bucket otartl . tne 0 r. "Coaving Through the Rye." "Dixie Ijind,- "My Old Kentucky Home." qAMPM'Q ?TRIKF R -Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep." btAMbN -S : nllt IJ rlaseics sUih as "The Holy City. "Tbe Ro-ary." "The Lost Chord," -Th. l-alms." "William Tell" over Bisbee knows aboaf that school i , !., Iiouse and before one may enter that jiw cat jito xi. - fast drawing rtrele he must have or Jirs. Frank iiaywara. caargea wn utaa(l, thTmlsh the nonals of taa' thev didn't sevvv the "dance bll i-here that tbe boys groaUy outnumber t j the ffirls in the cradtw Th nvftrnirR On the 'tp of fie present Central , dail attinrian nns i in? nj th total days' attendance was 1S4.GS& davs There were 167 days of school la the high school and absences oa 1S2 days. In the kindergarton there were 1.19. absences anu in the grades. 11,- ) 971 A perfect attendance reeord assault with a deadly weapon, will , . ,,, i,iiji j ji.i iiu RFAHHIMG THIS SIDE 'be heard this afternoon a . t o'cloek-v,rrf m re,, e buiiain, has I beore Judge Morris Hlga, if tbe magis- ben destroyed, bat there la a ptc- Ett YORK. June 16. A threaten-' trate returns from Tombstone The tare of it at thc CeBtrai school tore "Rigolctto" by Verdi, and many , tlke of coastwise seamen idevel- defendant is out under bond building, and back of it School bill is Wt This part of the program 0 tonight with the calling out at Tbe Parker woman is charged with' as rc of hoU8eB as the tip of is in Itself worth paying the price of tho employes ot the Morgan line, op- ahooUag at Frank Hav aJT , Chihuahua hill today admission. erated bv the Southern i-acanc com- ,re "T .. .T ." .i I k.j ZCtiJ The pictures ar unusually nne. ranr b-tween New York and se se-era. aui w. .r "-"" -"" "Joshua of Braganz" is the story of Orleans. ed Kayward and MV Saottand an- a Spanish soldier living in Portugal Four thoul!and employes were or- other man that far on borsebac The with a sweetheart, with whom ho dered to go out at 10 a. m. tomorrow alleged shooting occ,"T(? hcn ? hPs a son. He Is suddenly called to inJe8g M demands aro coaced.' overtook the party The.Parker wo Spain and arte?- many years wins Tbe empioyes of other coastwise man. It is w- ' . P" i" " his laurels aa a generaL The son ,tTes posUonea action onNthe strike was reureJ In Oklahoma and Texas, frows up and becomes a home-rule ouwt,on Hm Sunday Hester Par her. as she Is ". l.w...:-. t Toi whnn th I was arrested at 8 o clock Thursday Spanish enter the city the general is Spend an hour's entertainment at , night by Officer McRae-and taken be- to -ade viceroy and his son tries to kill the O K theater. Matinee 2 p. m. fore Judge-T. D. Burdick; wljo PProv4 1.1. r.wn. , Wintarln. hie fwlatlnn ..l..a n4 In Anwn. ed tbe bOQCL ' tin taVUUll l lvMniH, v. bUUICfti V-HW J.w--.-- s, . r - DR. PARKER READY FOR MR. M'KINLEY Lo Anceles. Cal . June 16 Dr Hershan rilfford Parker, the presl den of the Explorers' club of New (York. Is In Los Angeles for a few days before starting on bis third trip to reach the top of Jfount jicwaiey. Dr. Parker outlined his plans xor e ascent ot the mountain, saying woaM be the number ot pupils in the several departments rcm'j'ipljed by the number of school days. The per cent of attendance at the high school was 35 per eent, in tho kindergarten M per eent aad in the grades 91 for esse These figures show that there were 1S82 papils in the schools of the dis trict. 916 boys and 93t girls. be intends to go to SusMna statfen, thence to Takeefna station and the to follow tho Chlllna rlvor to a petat where he expects to Sad a peseta,1? across the Alaska range within M)r miles of irdunt McKlnloy. He plana to make the trip toward the swan next April or May ' Mound City Paints wear longest md look best. BI8BEE HARDWARE. Kn 4 It' i 7PS1' y iifr ff-1 fcitli2.-;S ; r r &&?' f -.- i ' i hcwfrz-jtjrt assets ' itVi'f-i "j' 'W.T .'''