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.wm.. .. w'-VJ , ;o . -SF-:. 'ifrr nlr"tf - nIBwTfflrrffTSSSrt5nTT-al ' " ' Mil i' M1T.lii..Mi mmI.ium v ., .. IPffW' hum mn iwim whmjim ffiliil fchiu PAGE EIGHT THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. Jli. 21. 1911. I ' Br I ' ---.. J ""-H ? v TWn M SIi I tt 4 NO WEI6H1 LIMIT DRILLING CONTEST This Decision Is Arrived At By Committee Roderick Is Appointed There will be no weight qualifi cation for the drilling 'contest to be pulled off on the Fourth of July, according to the decision of tne committee having the drilling contest in "charge Under this rul ing drillers may enter regardless of the tale of the scales, the only ban being against those who have taken money In a drilling contest. Foreman Roderick, of the Oliver shaft of the C & A. company, has been selected by Chairman Hughes as the third member of the drilling contest committee, acting with the two other members of the com mittee. KIDNAPPED BOY RETURNS. NEW YORK. June 20. Three-year-old Salvator Bulfla, kidnapped six weeks ago and held for a ran som of $10,000 was returned last night to his parents as mysterious ly as he had vanished Tho ran som was not paid and the father had received no tidings of the miss ing child for so long that he feared the kidnapers had fulfilled their threats to slay him "The" Ocean Harnessed" See the Atlantic City Wave Motor. Royal. Uncle' Sam's Loan Office m Mony mto rvtM' Mining Stock Especially Everjtning conStnttbi director meeting rmoi'n r teur on Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St Long Wlndawt w": '.".zgton Gurmcnts t w t a.R Time Will Tell Always Yea and time won't grow aged doing it. in the cloth ing game. YOU DONT KNOW MUCH about a suit until you've worn it a while and you are com pelled to place more or less dependence upon your dealer. ISN'T IT SAFBR to depend upon one who decides to price his stock reasonable to start with and then keeps it there giving every man the same price and net making the early buyers pay the Uter man's profit WE WON'T handle Jank ta clothing but oaly high grade, all wool olothln? that we can recommend to our trade ant want to tell yoa right now that you will be sstisfled with Washington Company Saits Excellent values at aM prices 17.5 to $35.00 SCHWARTZ BROS. . CO. THE SAFE PLACE ON MAIN ST. r. i . j J 1S !i;i Ja J t ( JUS'TO LOCATE HIS LOST WIFE WITH II "SMALLHEAD," ETC. "She Is a Colored Woman," Also Very Lean and "Kin do" Twists Self nFQFRTIfiM IQ TUC PUADPC7T lu.1B " uu ""- UtbtK I ION b THE CHARGE after day her serves are required in -. : Krmtit nf-ftfrl wairin rrn-!rt- that snmn LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN One wife, colored woman, very small, with email head, very lean anu short and weighs about 105 pounds. Pro tends to be vers' religious. See colored minister. She kindo twists herself when she walks. -i i . . ..' uiucu u nam au. parlance, me above is the substance of a letter wnich was received yesterday by Acting City Marshal Lowe Wright curing a first class home for the little from Jacob Pryor. colored rest- one. and on account of this and tho dent of Fresno, California; who has father's confidence fn the charity com lost his wife. . j niittee of the board of trade he did The lOSt SPOUSe 'kindo twists her- nnt hositala !., irlnniror llttlp Hrtlpn 1 self when she walks" and the of - licer hopes to bo able to Identify! the lost woman if she is anywhere1 in the Warren district. " First for a Wife. Many letters are received at the olllce of the city marshal asking EL.,nf.7l?at.to11 I'f. tC w .hew' bouts of lost relatives, but the let- ter referred to Is the first seeking tJmiIBffl"i..e--Jhe.i.!S2?eKl!! niLvL. T o .U.. iut, . t TCI In whom the secretary has also been J2S, or , Tpfaa fatbPr h'c ..ihtl Interested for some weeks Is rather r,r "LlT.r'UatheUc The mother Is living in a lost son, and when a relathe goes astray, the parent, guardian, husband or wife jumps to the conclusion, apparently, that the lost one has "gone to Bisbee." There is no doubt but that Miss Bisbee is as a gay one in her teens, but of re cent years she has settled down to the stride of steady industry. But to outsiders, "Bisbee Is a gay little city" still. Has a Small Head "Dear Sir," writes Jacob Pryor, of Fresno, who has lost a wife and doesn't know where to find her, "Chef Lau,"iwill Jou do me a kind favor and ('find out If my wife Is living with another man are not. She is a very small woman. She has a small bead. She is a colored oman. Her name Is Carry Pryor. She deserted me a year and six months ago here in Fresno. Please find out and let me no. A'n? 1 Lean One. "She is a very lean woman. She way about 105 or 110 pounds. Sea the colored minister, but he Is in L03 Angeles now. Will you please find out and let me no at once please. She -proten to be a very llglus woman. She has a very small Toot and she kindo twists herself when she walks, it will Be a grat realf to me if you find out and let me no. Your truly Chef from Jacob Pryor, fresno, Cal." As there is no charge against the woman In the case and as the city Is not operating a detective bureau, It is likely that Pryor will be de prived of that "realf" (phonetic) that he craves. The coolest place in the city Matinee O. K Theatre today. NOTED EXPERT HERE STyfllGJE IKES- German Professor Here With Commission from Emper or ot Germany Herr Belowsky. an eminent Ger man mining authority and a pro fessor in one of the German uni versities. Is In Bisbee Inspecting the mines of the district. He is acting under an imperial commis sion and will deliver a number of lectures on mining conditions and methods in this country when he returns to the fatherland. The professor has visited several shafts in the district and has tak en many notes on what he has ' seen He Is being accorded every! courtesy by local mining men. He jhas visited other mining camps In me soumwesi. !NEW YORK STATE HAH 1 US EPISCOPAL RECTOR Bisbee Congregation Gets 1 aoiui namcu uy moiiup 1 Atwood j Rev Prplchton ?npncpr of Kew . Windsor. N. T has been appointed 1 ... ., .- rector according to advices received ( here yeaterday by Episcopal church- . men. He is expected to arrive in Bis- I bee on June 23 and will occupy tne An autopsy revealed she suffered j pulpit of the Episcopal church on the from evantematlc typhus fever con ! following Sunday. traded in the slums of Naples, stndy- I Bisbee is in the missionary zone of ing conditions of the poor with a vew j the Episcopal church and in this in- to alleviating the sufferings of Italian sulucc iuo ucw ikiu. was uaiucu uj Bishop Atwood. after consulting witn members of the local church. Mr. Crelghton is a married man and wai be accompanied to Bisbee by bis family. The members of the Woodmen Circle will give a Hayseed Ball at the Fair Hall on tue evening of June 24th, 1911. All are requested to dress as hayseeds ana prizes will be given for the two best hav- 11 h eiven for tne two nest naT- seeds. Admission $1.00. TOO 1 The Ocean Harnessed" See the Atlantic City Wave -Motor.- Itoysb- LITTLE-BABY GIRL SI E Miss Cummings of Charity Committee Trying to Get Good Family The advent of summer has not yet found the secretary of the charity one may be temporarily if not perma- nently benefited. At the present time Miss Cummings wants to find a suitable home for a tove'v 1ft months' nri hahv elrl. whom mother recently died and jthe. fath.r. innarpntir HpEnnm!pnt nnd KnmRwhat I discouraged with life, came to her to - . ,.-..- -j j 1 bsk u sue wouiu nnu a guou nuuiu lut the, baby. She assured ssured him tat sh would assume the responsibility of se ' to be placed In a good home some- whpm a distant rp'tlv la takinr care of I um iisis nHi n nmr hnmn l ! fn,i fni- i.r vtn r-,immin will 1 ive any applications for the baby Vjery rarett1 onslderaUon, but is an"s to find a suitable home for her .. ,., -ariiMl IrfliM Ht Another Pathetic Case The case of' a HtUa 7-icarold boy Winnipeg, Canada, having moved from Bisbee some time ago. filter she sent ! the little toy back to Arizona with his grandmother to stay with a relative, but this man seems to feel over-bur- dened with his relatives and has ap- pealed to Miss Cummings to do some- thlng with the child. She at once communicated with the mother at ! from her that she wanted her child back again, but could not afford to send for hm On tbeother hand little Billy does not want to go back to his mother. In the meantime Miss Cum- m;o i Mn. f ..at of v,o hottnm of the whole affair. If the mother will sign the ne- and his resignation nas oeen penams mountain town and with the comfort cessary relinquishment papers giving f"r months. aue climate. "Prescott is called the hm uo legally, a home will be found Today it was announced that r Queen cUj... sald tho cIty clerk ..and Tor little Bil'y where he will be v'ew of Important questions between u desenes the name There does not wanted. the United States and Haytl. the preai- secm to be any j degreJ o hugi. dent has decided to withhold his ac- negg actlvlty but lhere ,3 a bank ou Edm s Imprisonment Human Interest drana Royal tonlchL tf I" IS NOWHERE IK SIGHT !r Fact, He Recovers and Goes to Hereford; Jury Foiled Officials at Naco are in a position now to appreciate the undertaking of the king of France, who "with ten thousand men. marched un the hill and down again." History does not explain wny me King am sucn a iuui- J ish stunt, but more than likclv he beard a report that there was some thing on top of the hll! and found out later that there was "nothing to i." That was what Judge Folsom 01 Kaco Constable Newel! and a half dozen Jurymen found when they went out of Naco Monday morning to In- vestlgate the causes that led to the death of a Mexican. There was noth- Ine to 1L Two Mexicans left Naco Monday morning on horseback, bound for Hereford When they got about half way to thef'r objective point, .ne of the Mexicans fell from his horse and his comrade thought that he was ft a-d so he turned about and returned to Naco where he sorrowfully in- formed the coroner. Judge Folsom, of Ms companion's tragic death. No Body to "Sit On." i o . nv-p ihnt it behooves tho . oi. nn the body." so Judge 1-.-. iti i.i ..nnetotiio nnd liirv. men together and started on the sol- emn mission. Just like the Bng of fytim When ther arrived at the scene of the Mexican's sudden death, ,, aMpet of the innuest was no- wei to be found it was later ew. a w-year-oia boy was run over CHIHUAHl'A, Mex., June 20 ,1, th-, he rpCovered after hts " North Sixth avenue by one of Something "n the nature of a sur-)tSSSSlotuJdNa.'nTrear- Stelnfeldt & Co'S delivery wagons prlgo wasR Eprunff today in tils, city ne that the Jurymen would sit on Wra Und legaUy "ki-r hlra. he mounted I horfea'nd'rodeaw.'y to Hereford. so ana roae ay !. I1 '? a,TrOU,S.?K?,no. ;fr Sd" rihe-N J"t Now -ItH n the ! 'ice unless the diee makes a good job if It. And. just like that foolish old Mng, the Judge, constable and Jury- nen marched back to Naco. DIES MARTYTt TO WORK ROME. Juno 20. M ss Florence Ma-1 p momhP, nf th Ttoffnl of Home Missions at Cincinnati. Ohio, who ar-i1 .! rhed several days ago with a party of tourists, died in the pesthouse here yesterday, a martyr to charity. imiuigranis wucu luvy aiii.cu i. vucu homo city. ' There is one medicine that every family steefld be provided with and especially during the summer months, viz. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. . It Is almost certain to be needed. It costs but a quarter. Can you at- ford to be without It? For sale by an aruggisuu Mound City Paints wear longest and look best. 8ISBEE HARDWARE. Slabsldes" western- raraa-Ryal TH REPLIES' TO BISBEE TELEGRAM Every Consideration Will Be Extended Statehood De clares Senator ACTION IS AGAIN DELAYED s a letter was received yesterday by tte nisbee board of tde f g . v - v . ator w,lllan. Alden Smith of the sen- ate committee on territories replying to the telegram sent recently bv the board urg lmmedlat0 actlon on the Arizona statehood bill. A letter was aso received by Captain John C. .Gree.n.way ,rom. Senator Smith, assur mi? mm tnat tnn smtphnori hill, now --" --- , i "" cU.ol ""'"" torles, was receiving every consldera ation. " the Bisbee board of trade: "Uriited States Senate, "Washington. D. C, "June 1G. 1911. 'HMsbee Board of Trade, "Bisbee. Arizona. "Gentlemen: "I am Just In receipt of your tcl"-; cram, and you may rest assured that the statehood bill, now before ihe.nQrPpnTT CIMC PITV senate committee on territories, is re- rnLUULII I llNt U Ml celvlng every consideration at our' MUUUUI I I IIIU Ul I I hands. A meeting has been called for Friday. Juno 16, at which time an op-, portunuy win d given 10 uose u desire to be heard In this matter. , "Vith great respect, I am. ours very truly, (Signed) "WILLIAM A. SMITH. The meeting was held Fnaay ana noining was none except 10 pubuiuuc consideration of the bl'l to the coming Saturday. MINISTER TO HAYTI IS AMYIDIIQ TO RPIRW hasmlmiiua. juiih -u. iuc., " at least one negro office holder wno has tried In vain tp qut the govern- ment service, and his name Is Henry W. Furnlss. minister to Haytl. Fur- nlss wants V resume nis law pracuto 1 icanco 01 me reai8uauuu, iu ... minister -Brill continue at his post. SEAMEN'S STRIKE IS BROUGHT TO AN END VPW vnrtK June "0 The differ- entTLtleehe'sUiseteaS rompanles -d heamen were fhJtHkn,t the Morgan line ii 5iJ n wn.pnpy, FS-ISS ?tJ- i ftJrtZ Sn ill fS ll rhPn at a coIfhenToTmpaanyreoSsaand representatives of the union, in which concessions were granted the latter! Matinee every day K Theatre. this week O. jyQ PEOPLE KILLED BY SAILR0AD ENGINE, RATOtV. N M.. June 20 While re- turning' on a handcar from this city to their bunk house at Dillon, ten miles south of here. Sect on Foreman juy celcbratiqn. as arranged by 'the Horrera, his wife and 2-year-old pr0Kram committee, of which Hnice daughter and crew of three were perley is chairman, was approved and struck by a !lht enjrtne and hurled adopted last night at a meet ng of the from the track. Mrs. Herrera was celebration organization In the city fatally injured and her daughter was naii. The program was adopted v.nh- almost instantly kiUed. The others out change and the organization ad- escaped without injury. A bridge on journed sine die. the curve obstructed their vision. The program data will be arranged today and the entire program will be WOODMEN IN SESSION. ready for publication tomorrow morn- BUFFALO, .N. ., June JO. ithln& The data will be turned over t the opening session this morning be- the program concesstona.re, who wi'l Fan one of the greatest conventions piace the 0fflcial program in the hands or Modern Woodmen of America in of prlnters. the history of the order. It is estlmat- 1 iere are 10,000 Woodmen in the Take the children to the O. K. 'T and others are arriving on every, train. A committee of several hun- ared Is caring for the visiters and the city is decorated in carnlva' fash-'o. .. BO Y' S LEG broken. . i-"-. -..-. ...... .,. '7nu " ' ik ureu - - The br"L was nl J"- L!to oy b ,mmcdlately after the accident, stated that It would knit n good shape in a short time and be as good as ever. RtTIREMENT OF COL. SCOTT. WASHINGTON, D. C, June 20. illa n akah vTAaWa rt ttira Ai!llu"V ;.' o e7. ..f .VI " " VY I ',.-1 .1,; .-.7, ' ""'" wao i n' - 3st .r tne. a.rm?l?a..V0--C.0. ".""?" " X' rmv , r-,:itnrr,i, rTiirp nr arKHn'uiH. 11111 whs iiu pointed to the army from California. Y. W. C A. CONFERENCE. CASCADE, Colo, June 20. The an- nual western general conference of the Toung Women's Christian iBoc.a. Hon assembled here today and w'H continue until June 30. Vsl-rites ttorn many or ue western . . oys in attendance. a constable, tne town council uavins ' refused to reappoint him. Cross was INDIANA . MUNICIPAL LEAQUc. ,e Jssue at the recent election, and CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind June 20. erer- man who opposed him was A wide variety of municipal prob- elected. Ipitr are to be dealt wltlTat the an- Cross secured the constabulary an nual meeting of the Indiana Municipal thor'.ty last spring after a long effort. I cagne, which began a three days' an(1 E00n afterward took advantaga of sessicn here today. Among tne scnea- n ed speakers are Mayor Shanfe of la- tilacapolls. Judge Lawrence Becker of Hammond. Robert E. Proctor of Elk- V Ma-or W. W. Zimmerman of Richmond and Judge Timothy X. 'Howard of South .Bead. J HANSBOROUGH AND GANNON LECTURED Judge Burdick Administers Re primand for Refusing to Give JJp Gun -nea- uannon and O. E. Hans- borough, who were arrested several days ago oy Officer C. N. Thoma on the charge of Interfering with an omcer in the performance of his amy, were discharged yesterday by juugu 1. u. uuraicK, the court hav lug reserved Its decision after the hearing until yesterday morning. Itoiii men were- given a lecture br the court, following their dls- cha-to. The court held tha- wl.ile - , ,,otb ' h . i.-i.t't. ... ..... . .... '- r v P-i'ty 01 a violation 01 the ter- - 'ri o.ial statute, neither aad I,ee.n - 1 mn.aiiv. ,.,11,. 'nf '.. .. ', I .. :. ; .."T"w "' r, L' -r"" . "fr i nw ii:)iiuni;u as no narm uii Leen done he would discharge thuji. 1 l.py refused to surrender to tho officer n gun which they were keeping for frank wrignt, who was nned for causing a disturbance several nights ago. Hansborough entered a plea of guilty, while Gannon pleaded not guilty. City Clerk and P, M. Keppy Keturn trom K. ot u. ! Convention , City Clerk Pat H. Fitzpatrick and t P. M. Kpnnr of Wnrrp'n rptnrnpH vna- terday morning from Prescott. where tne" aUended the territorial conven- delegates from tho Bisbee chapter of the local organization. Rev. Father Muerer an-d stePhen Bradlsh are visit. ing th(J Graai Can?on. j of thQ Bisbee delegates to the Prescott convention returned mccu- iated. with the beauty of the little every corner. It is a del'.ghtful place ts live. The clerk visited Phoenix en route to Prescott and met many former Bis bee people, among whom was Dr. E. W. Baum, -who has thoroughly recov- ered from tho illness wilcU caused t eavesbee and enjoy, a fine n$" consl,ler: able data froJ tne pb clt' Eov- ernment on matters relating to the care of the cemetery, with the object ' aPPlyfng It to the local cemetery. TUeh will be caredfor hy the city --- " by the city council. .COMPLETE PROGRAM U U 'Kkfi f The nrocram for Blsbee's FourtUuf matinee today Funniest pictures. nest music pRQM SHOE SHOP TO nr- nuniiiiuin nil! rrn DC UHinUHnUH riULLn when Gabriel Gardea was appointea We Pco ot Chihuahua by the T .FT ,S asWn5 "0 J' "" ,. "'. nartla is the nrc fre ons 5S proprietor of a small shoe store on a side street and is not oven known to the middle class. In speaking of the appointment the gov ernor said: "I know him to be- an ,lonBgt ra, r ? . As treasurer tne present inrnmni wlH continue to noid tne omce on strength ot tco ,ct tnat o nn never been a participant in politics. g 5JOPPED THE GAMBLERS OUT OF JOB SOUTH KINGSTON. R. I, June 20. j0jjn G cross, the young Harvard rnan who made a sensational raid-on a fashionable gambling club at Nan-a gansctt Pier last summer, is no longer fcis powers to raid the fashlonnoie Xarragansett club, where he cornered three score society men and women an(j for nne hours guarded, single handed, tie gambling paraphernalia. . rsiabsldes" westerr drama Royal HOLLENBECK HOTE, Rates: From L0O. WISEW) ' W. Opjrliit Hrt 3c5r .f-ca - Ssr fwf fJmp you want to save time come to this clothing store of ours incident ally time is money. It's a fact that you won't find such a big variety of Handsome suits nor such splendid value anywhere else. The big variety part of the' state- -ment doesn't have to be proved its evident. Just glance over our stock. ' But value is hard to describe, so many things help make it. There's the quality of the woolens the rich ness of the trimmings the artistic workmanship the fit the style. All these must be right, and in our suits they are. Not because we say so but because 5'ou can compare our suits with any others at an even higher price, and they'll come through with colors flying Two piece suits Si 3.50, $15, $10.50 $17.50 up to $22.50. Three piace suits $13-50, $15, $17.50, $20.00 up to S35. The next time you' come in after underwear ask for B. V. D. It costs no more than other makes of underwear and we are sure that you will like It much better. Cool, loose-fitting ath letic garments of ' nainsook and soisette. Union suits and Separate Garments. A. C. Bllleke Jno. S. Ultchall L08 ANGELES, CAL. ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS With Private Batn: Hates from fLM. Engagement -and Wedding Rings Large Variety of June Wedding Presents L L, OILMAN Opposite Post Office : Mn .& 4 1 & J sym --!,.