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"' .yBS,"".""" " ". ' " "r- -" MK .1111111 Olllwil rw ?; . - . . . V:Vv;J' W'PW"11""""1 "" "'" iiniiiii ,,, ,., 1 ..i ,nr. fi,,j. 11 ";i'IJjSBpi')f!?,U.Jv' THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 20, 1911. PAGE THREE r? Mf?l' y mmpaimb I , ,, '-ml,iw BiirTr t-, -r--. ' - 77 ;wiifr M PP - ' ; ', T"'" -" , " ?..' 7 H , , . ;.-. ,raH, , . , mf. HOTEL DARBY fL : COCHISE PIONEER IS DENIED ADMISSION TO ARIZONA DOME i . Board of Control Turns Down Application of Daniel McCul- lough of Tombstone, Who Appears to Be Eligible in Every Way Sunlight grows the - jK lw 111 aWc M 1 i 1X1 ix: m 19 it Bi ii4; a I I ! l! ! (tv npr K. drill 1 known nerjonnllr to them and they It Is not hard to read between Ue unanimously rccomeuded his admla-! lines of a letter from tie board of slon to the home; and tils seems to control of Arizona addressed to the' bo the real reason why be was not board of supervisors of Cochise coun- admitted, becauso the board of super ty announcing that thb eald boi of visors of Cocblso county, looking to control has turned down the. cy-llca- the interests of the people It repre tlon of Daniel S. McCullough of sents has had occasion to look, into Tombstone to enter the Pioneer home the procedlngs of the board of con-1 trol in the matter of public highways, and Incidentally prevented the con struction of a highway over an unin habited portion of the county. There la no doubt about the feeling thaU C3XI8UI JtUJUIlE IUU UiCUlUCia VI tuvi 1 board of control v for the supervisors X at Prescott It is as follows: Phoenix, Ariz., June 1C, l&H. Board of Supervisors, Cochise County. Tombstone, Arizona. Gentlemen: At a meetinr of the board of con-. or Cochise county. The secretary 01 trol, held June 14th, postponed from the board of control refused to send June 12th, to consider applications a certified copy of the contract exist for admission to the Plonefs Home, ing between the territory and Toohey the application of Daniel S. SIcCul- &. Sons Tor the construction of the lough of Tombstone was rejected be- territorial highway between Blsbee cause the state of his health was and Douglas, and the board of super considered such that it would be im- visors was forced to pay for a certl posslble to care for him properly at fled copy through an abstract cora the Pioneer's Home, and further that pany of Phoenix. 'Territorial officers there was no evidence to show that high up have Intimated to the board he had ever been active In tho devel- of supervisors of Cochise county opment of Arizona other than having that the matter of constructing roads lived in the territory for thirty-one I in Cochise county was none of the years. The board would be glad to ! auiervisor8 affair, consider 'any further information re-i These things are recited to show gardlng this man at any time in the the feeling that exists in tho board of future. Yours very truly, contro'. Of course, there may be a ROBT. A. CRAIG. Sec. ' cause lor this feeling. The board of Chapter 23, Section S, of the Ses- supervisors may have been considered slon Laws of 1909 says: , over-curious about some things. Its Anr person of good character ' members could not understand Just MmrJI X ffiufeJFS.., - , .A 1 flfltSTOlK 1VJfc,-r rll.d7:isy cmss" b -w v ifflz&z$Er 3?Or.Sft. WfO Afonr Arvio,-innrp t-t-aftl i i. mil v ri pun iiciii.i uiiw & UiSS'y lr&sv Many imericans beer in a iieht bottle. stl? c- ?z .-. sm. who shall have been a resident of Ariiona for not loss than twenty-five years, and who shall have been active In the develop ment of Ariiona. and who shall Save reached theage of sixty "years or over, and who, lmcMSb of adverse circumstances or fail ing health, or other disability, shall bo unab!e to properly pro vide himself with the necossarles of life, shall be entitled to be come an Inmate of said home at the expense of the Territory of Arizona Daniel S. McCullough has been a HUzns of the Territory of Ariiona for thirty-one years; he has been ae I why all the warrants for wort dote f by Toohey & Sons for the termory were assigned to the territorial en I glneer. alter the said territorial en i glneer had aproved the work, and the I warrants were drawn on said atiprov. ! al. It may have been reprehensible In, i the board of supervisors of Cochise county to delve into matters that old j not concern It. But it all tends, to i anr-mint tar thn milk in cocoanut and . because of it all, one or Cochise coup? I tys worthy citizens is turned out in ! the co'd world. j There are a few other facts retti nent: Yavanal county has nlno m- ; mntra in the T'loneer home: Maricopa I has six: Cocblse has oner which tive In the development of tho terri- j seems to b the limit. The public torv in that ho has been a sKllieo nrinLs state that one Hany, ii one- -workman at his trade that of plas-1 legged pioneer, has deserted the Plo- terer and cement worker. He nas ; neer home and returned to nis rappy helped to develop tho territory like . home In the Marieopa county poor anv other eood citizen who works to: b living and gives value received for what h eets In life: he Is over the i!isi it vnulii ho Interesting Mstory to hear just how much pioneer Hardy did to develop the resources ct tne or sixty years; adverse circumstances j territory of Arizona and bow closely and f&ilia health accosoanylne oia . tho board of control dlscnminawa in age has raadohlm unable to povldej his cage The tact that he was ajor the necessaries "and cbinforts of life. . tunate resident of Maricopa county Fully Eligible. : could not, of course, have anv I earing If Is pitiable when a board repre- on the case; thouft there are tbie seating the great Territory or Art- that say it might; farOer, ieOBnt zoa will allow itself to reject the;sayeth not. apJcatkn,of a worthy cltisenwho IgJ The people of Coehlse eovnty have la every way entitled to recognition. a great pride in oar terrttory au4 sJn It is aXortunate that Daniel S. Mo cerely regret that a board sv-rn to CoDoHgb is made to suffer for the do Its duty to the whoWtarritotv Co pteen existing in tie board of eon-jchlse county, included rtuniM so far trol agalast Cochise county. The, forget the dignity tfcat be on to baad of supervisors of Cochise coun- Sigh office that it allows n- r-rson-ty considered carefully the apptica-' al feeling to get uppermost in the tton of 5tr. McCullough. Ke wa exercise of 1U official duties. Most brewers follow the course of least resistance. Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives protection against light. , Schlitz is sold in brown bottles, to pro- vct its purity from the brewery to your glass. The first Schlitz was brewed in a hut -ver ou years ago. Now our agencies dot the earth, output exceeds a million barrels a If you knew what we know about beer, ou would say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles.5' WEST ADAMS --AT GRAND LOS ANGELES Magnificent Family Hotel. Located in very exclusive res, dential section. Convenient to Shopping Center, anil all placet of amusement. On car line to bcachet. ' New tteel and concrete building. Superbly furnished. Sixty suites 2 to 6 rooms. One or more elegant private baths, and large living room, with each suite. Table d'Hote dinner included in price of rooms. Brealcfatt and luncheon a la Carte. Exceedingly Low Summer Rates. Write for Booklet. DARBY HOTEL CO., Lessees and Managers Hotel Twain, 513-519 W. SEVENTH STREET Tourist and commercial patronage solicited. Nicely rurnlshed, modern, all outside rooms, with or without bath. Transient, 75c per day up. Weekly rates: $3 to 10. Hotel ,ncar shopping and amusement district. Electric cars from a 11 doots direct to hotel. W. L. Graham, Prop. L emon Grd oves in SETTLERS TAKE OF (DAIRYMEN MUST GUT 50,000 K IN YEAR': OUT TillSKE prescott, June i9. Fifty thous- New Rule Demands That Em- MJmik K II mim i Our fjHi year. fifH Vw5?tFS:jHBt trr &. x-i- -vmBZ im Phone No. 27 gSP I Bisbee Beer Ca WSfeu&$$ xibUCcv riXIZ T?VTiMter. Tilj 3!?ff'i3Scr S San Diego County pay $500.00 per an- num net profit per acre. If interested write GEO. E. BUXTON, 1550 D Street, Corner 7th. San Diego, California The Right Route East Route of the Golden State Limited EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER J1ST H"BT uUl T" "ta firn-iW, VllVlCJK FARES SILVER WEDDING IS OBSERVED BY TAFTS -a.. . srv i HOW NAVIES GROW t J South American Rivalry an s J Object Lesson J ployes Shall Shave Every inner uay and acres were entered under the' homestead and desert acts and by scrip in Lonesome, Chlno, Verde, Agua Fria, Skull and Klrkland val leys during the last twelve months. i. t xr tv xf., iTifi'c.t in. will Issue a Joint order on June 21, 'iL,',. ' ! compelling milkers and other male Mr. Moore 'says that tie largest,0" J tD eitebMshrnents -. .lj i .. t shaTo every other day. Thomas ai r Ai Fria vaileys and hat his ' Griffith. pre.ld of the Glen Tana eBHtrdoes not Include several ' ': Ea 5'Sn HHon .i.-. j --,- .v .,!,. .,. originated by J. B. Hageln, a milllon- TZT r... AZZ ZLZ" ?" r "", aire dalnman In Kentucky, will be tier W5lli. uut; uuiijeeiuttu cuwj tt - . r ,, . - ,. .... h vstprdar two miles southeast aoopted In al: parts of the country. of tb American, ranch near Granite The local dairymen already hare SPOKANB, Wash.. June 19. Mana- ers of dairies in and Bear Spokane Large and Merry Gathering! Assembles at the White I House Yesterday If VT. S. Gilbert were writing com- ARIZONA COMMERCIAL. BOSTOK. President Amster of the Arizona Commercial company says: "The proposal to sell a half Inter est in our smelter to the Superior ft Boston does not mean that the two properties are to be consolidated. It merely means taat each company ic opera In Oese days he might eas- ?" seo oporatrng economies In the n ,t - -,.,. D.., ... Jlnt operation of the plant and It a sequel to "Pinafore" in is deemed wise to form a company la the absurd oompetltioa of the South which the Arizona Commercial and WASHINGTON", D. C, June 19. American rorublles la tho way of Superior & Boston will havo an equal Seldom if ever before In its blntory ' building great navies at a huge cost, ownership. has the White House been the scene rar started the competition by "Whoa our smelter was built it of such a largo and merry gathering .,,,., ,fc, ,,, i..,i.. . Was EO constructed thai its capacity as assembled there today to help 'TBdms threo gfoat taalM of couid doUbled at a very slight the President and Mrs. Taft celebrale ' tne dreadnought type, and now Ar- cost I figure that Its capacity can their silver wedding annlve-snry. ' Bent,n and Chile havo embarked on be doubled with a total expenditure Open house was kept -throughout the ! lbo same costly undertaking, bat of or not exceeding $10,000. day. Foreign diplomats, members of course they will not bo satisfied with "Of course the lanrer the tonnaee the Judiciary, senators and represen- were dreadnoughts. They must be In to be handled, the lower the cost per tatives and other persons prominent-t6e fashion and buy a sot of super- unit of output. mountain. "ilea against tobacco caewing ana , congratulations. But tho occasion was Call ' rangement. should save the delay Mr. Moore also reports that O. II. havo installed wasn basins ana -1 made most felicitous by the presence! The strange thing Is that they have which would result were they to Tocker ha 106 feet of water In his dries in connection with the milking of aII tno ramny rejfltlvos from near learned no lasean from the grotesque build an independent plant of their mm -well near Granite siding. He srabtes. The milkers wear white suits, 9tt$ far aaA algo a Jarge nuraber of resHs of Braail's experiment The own at a cost of S3W.000. ami Irrr Little took upieo acres jrhich are changed every day. Some Ui,e prestdent's boyhood friends wio first thing the Brazilian ships dfcl "We have as economical a smeher eaeh Bnder the homestead law, about of the dairymen say that, wWIo rgme on from Cinicinnati In response when the made Itlo was to turn as there Is In the southwest and M & year agov Mr. Tucker's well is 34S han on whiskers is without question to a sp6clal jnVitation. These rla. their gang ton the town and take can be started up at a moment's no fete deep. e of sanitary importance, such an tlveg aBd fr endg WMe entertained at charge of the government for the tlce. In the sale or a 50 per cent in- t fu ostimatmi -that the irreater order mtehc make it Tiiateult to se- . luncheon at the nxpontirt, mnnoton momenL ami obIv thn fact thnf rte lopAsf a coital,, -lmnunt n.r .h ! Tortlon of the lands entered will be euro sufficient ielp. even at the pres-,anj iateT ,n the daj. fp wag a r. haphazard crews had put the machin liberated for our treasury which FROM BISBEE TO TO KANSAS CITY 51.05 NEW YORK Jtl ST. LOUIS 60.05 BOSTON .'1104.05 CHICAGO $66.05 BALTIMORE -...CS4.9S DENVFC ..$4180, WASHINGTON JH CLOUDCROFT $14.80 Reduced Rates to all principal Eastern and Northern Summer Resorts. Call at ticket - office for any infor mation desired, or address EUGENE FOX, Gen. Pass. Agt., El Paso Texas. r &L r ffiriK -under cultivation In be years. next three t wage seate. which ranges trom $36 to $45 a raontn. in any event, n. iii announced, facial adornments in FOR PORTUGAL, the way of whiskers must go. CONSTITUTION LlSBOK, June 19. The constituent assembly, which has been Intrusted -with the task of framing a constitu tion for the Republic of Portugal, met today and formally organized. , COTTON LADING BILLS. r.V," swrag'ryFsrres 9 nu t: Has been brought back to thousands by a change from coffee to well-made POSTUM NEW YORK, June 10. The per :lexing question of cotton bills of iadtng. which was brought to a head y the disastrous failure or tho firm or Knight, Yancey A: Co., was the sub ject of discussion at a conference sere today of representatives of the -, c 4 tucking and "cotton Interest of both 4 nmrfirT K 'he north an4 south. It hoped ny agreed upoa whereby the integrity of lading bills may be assured. I a 2 "There's a Reason" J BalUmore Amcricon: Vhr did you roil3s George. Gladys He's a good, steady fellow, doing well, and would make you a fine husbanu.'" I know all that, but, oh Gwendo len, I never could be happy with a man who pronounces garage as , through It rhymed with carriage- den party in the white house grounds cry as the boys say "on the blink" can bo used verv arivantsaeoasir at the country were among those pres- prevented these monsters from under- this time In prosecuting our deveki lor wnicn several thousand invita- lamng an excursion in modern pir- ing work. ttons were Issued. The governors of acy. "Our Eureka shaft is down 118 several states and tho mayors of Of' course Argentine at ouce be- feet and (we should be down to the many of 'the large cities throughout can to figure on maintaining the bal- 1200 foot level by the end of this ent i ance of power In Sourfi American month. July will see us- opening w The marriage of William Howard waters and undertook to duplicate the ore body at the 12th level, the Taft and Miss Helen I Herron was tho Brazilian investment. Next Chile existence or which at this point we relebratd in Cincinnati Juno 19. entered te field with a naval pro- have demonstrated by diamond dri'l- 1X86. Tho ceremony was performed gram calling for the expenditure of Ing. Within the next CO days our 12th by the Rev. Moses A. Hoge of Zanes- $20,000,600 and the other day let con- level should be extended to the Su- ville. O., an old friend of tho Herron tracts to English shin builders for perlor & Boston line a distance or family. Mr Taft had recently grad- two 26.000-ton batt'eshlps. which will 700 feet 'With the 12th level owned uated from Yale and was employed absorb pretty nearly the whole $20.- up, wo will have 500 feet in height on as a reporter on a Cincinnati news- 000.000. The Argentine Republic Is the vein and a demonstrated lengta paper asd at the same time studying building two battleships In American of 1500 feet law. Miss Herron had lately finished varda. and with the nrazillan txireo "I figure that both mines will be her education at Cincinnati university , the South American navies will have in position to send a very satlsfac- and was engaged in teaching In a seven big ships by 1914. The sltua- tory tonnage of ore to the smelter by private school Tho bridegroom was tlon then will Be about the same as Oct 1 If not before. In his twenty-ninth year, while the when they began building, except "I cannot see any disadvantages to bride had Just passed her twenty- itirat they must Ihave acquired the the smelter In tho arrangement which Ifth birfctfay anniversary. It is an sense that they must keep on wHh bas been concluded with our nelghfcor- mteresung coinciaence mat exacuy the competition. The situation Is ing property, but I can see very sin-twentr-two years after tie day of chiefly satisfactory to tio ,thlp ing' advantages and economics which his marriage-Mr. Taft was nominated .builders, tho armor makers aad tne -will result la the Jolat ownership and lor preaMeat of the United State, gunsmiths. operatlea of this -plant" Do not swelter over a red hot stove. Get a Hotpoint Iron and save use less trouble and worry jfo$5c Use it on the porchin any room in the house anywhere any time. Simply turn the switch and your iron is ready in a few minutes. We can easily tell 'numerous reasons why you will find it to your' advantage to use a Hotpoint. Sold on trial. Guaranteed two years. Price S-t.50 Drop in and see us about one. Bisbee Improvement Co. Telephone 197. HI i-m riKifi 'Try a Review Want Ad k U ' r? 1,4 it u 1 -MKIJPPU.