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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORMIMG, JULY 11, 1911.
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
n th Nawe That's Fit to Print"
a&taraa aa con class matter at
bi roitoffilea ax BUtea, Arizona, un
a? Act at Mareh I. 187.
fuaiianaa at BIsDta, Arizona, th
cat mtnlna city In th wast, at th
ftavlaw Building, cormr O. K. Strtat
and Ravltw Avanue.
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' (By "Ed" Howe)
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WHY DOES SMITH
This Is Question Being Asked
By Friends of the
WASHINGTON. July 10. Sena
tor Smith, at MJchigun, chairman of
the territories committee, is still ab
sent from the city and the Flood
jresaUitlau is still unreported to the
Seaatar Bristow, a last friend of
the territories, said today that ncv
S OF DEATH OF
JUDGE CAMPBELL IS
i Veteran Jurist of California
Was Once Located at
Original and Genuine
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Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
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best man win. It is a better wuyler before had he ever known a case exander Campbell. forraoryof this
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ALSO LIVED AT TUCSON ,A 1ukk luBci PPrel "" nunntc
, Take bo substitute. AskforHORLICK'S.
TOMBSTONE. July 10. (Special.) aaaae--rwr.
, ., aL .u ., ,.',. ,,.i Others are imitations.
.MS? Mno V ,143 UCUIU Ul UUUl' .r"
than to whine and talk forever.
you will not give money.
Some mea -wear themselves oat
talking about a new enterprise, and
have ao energy left to engage In It
eminent, is having Its share of
iresh ailments. There was no la
bor troubles" under Diaz. Some
times an Incipient revolution down
Orizaba way, or in a region of su
rer mines, was called a "labor
trouble" for euphony's sake, and Its
leaders were shot as riotous strik
ers rather than revolutionists. But
tho confusion of terms misled no
body. Artisans were permitted to
stop work whenever they cboee, in
dividually or In bodies, but when
they triad to prevent other men
from worklag they were in danger
of being lined up against stone
walls and shot. So Mexico bad no
"labor troubles." She has them
sow in plenty. In the laguna di?
trtct, in Chihuahua and Agaascal
lentes, miners, smelters and labor
ers are "oat" aad a strike of rao
tormen and conductors employed by
the Canadian company which owns
the street cars In Mexico City, and
the great power works at Necaxa,
is threatened Increases In wages
from 30 u 160 per cent are de
manded. In the matter of strikes
and labor troubles generally, how
ever, Mexico can be no worse off
than Eagtand, France and the Unit
ed States. But the middle-class
people will begin to realize that
they were formerly much better
- An era of "trust-busting" of se
vere punishment for capitalists who
have helped to build up the coun
try and, incidentally, to make mon
ey for themselves, has set in. Lord
Cowdray, formerly Sir Weetman
Pearson, and head of the big con
traettag and oil refining firm of S.
Pearson's Sons, is to be Investigat
ed, according to persl tent reports.
Same other capitalists are anxious
to get bold of some ot bis posses
sions. Lord Cowirajf reconstructed
the Teaaaatepec railway and built
tho great ports ot Sallsa Cruz and
Coatzaccalcos, the vast refineries at
j where the chairman of a committee , city, last Wednosday - the German REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
I ..ni , muut n hill nftor beinc ' hosnltal at Los Anireles. wn. r,it New York Press Wo hae friends
Don't expect peoiJe to be loyal ,tt to. th COmmlttco to do I wth genuine sorrow in TombsUno,,0eJIce er their faults.
to you. That's where we are all! "l w land this district, where he w?s bo L013 t SU have lily-white hands
weak. J80- , Nell known ears ago In the boon ty theIr mothers not having them.
I It will be two weeks tomorrow dftv , th d . .-.. fMI,R , The way not to be tempted to rob
When people ask your moral sup-siace the bill was ordered reported, i Judge Campbell was i years of a H,an for hlm " havo th drP on
irt It Is a sign they have concluded j Ashed if the committee would re- J age at the-lme of tils lath. boins you wlh pistol.
Drt the bill over the chairman s ' prouaoiy ino oiuest iavyer or tjiei " " " '" " '" "
hLii QMinior Ilrlstow said such an I California bar. Death wa due to srnd- H when there's no need to. Just from
head. Senator Brlstow said such an docUne perhajB there force of haWL
action also was unheard of and ho awyer 0n the Pad He coait who ld It a .an can remember ohco in a
could not bring himself to believe ( b&d a more dlstiasrulsae 1 career than 'ew years ie as his wife to wear ber
that Chairman Smith would not re- Judge Campbell or a wo'e varied ex- Wdal sown for him he needn't ever
rf th MIL He added that he perience. give her a cent.
vote would be had on' n t.
statehood this session, and that It tory from Cafornia m tl ,Mt ,;.VH
would pass, but admitted that there 0f js7g or earjy m 1R-i ing at
were certain senators desirous of Tucson. He came to Tivson with the
keeping the bill from coming to a i late Judge James S. Rooin&on, stop
vote. He said he did not belleva ' 'aer of J. J. Patten, city as&eMicr
,u, ,. i j ... ni.,,, ' of BIsbee. Judge ItoMnson and he
this was being done b republicans . n attorneyafcter the SoBtnern Pl.
for pollUcal advantage, as has beenicIfic raiad at Tucson, tho l jad
charged. I having reached Tucson on J i'v t.lme."
"One or the best ways ot securing 187S Judge Campbell moved to T3nb- "I've had my pay raised three times
statehood." said Senator Bristow. stone In the early 'SO's and Med 'In four months without asking for It."
.. , .. , . ue i.t. I through the boom days of that camp. -
-would be to have the house Insist j are on,y a f-R. Q T WAS ..LOVELy CHEESES.
on a vote on the statehood question ternt h rem,miWP '&-- Ctr.rl Cherryvale. Kan, Journal- A young
A lot of men were talklivr about
Mexico, under the prowslonalgov- uhe experiences ot young men witn.felt sure a
girls. "I don't know anything about
it." one man said; "the first girl I
ever saw put her tag on me, and leU
mo to the altar."
A nice, worthy, ambitious and ca
pable woman, married to a worthless
man. Is a pitiful 'sight
The trouble with most men
they try to eat Ml they earn.
After a woman has been married
a year or so, there is this sort ot
look on her face: "1 wish I had
known some tHngs sooner."
AVhen a man Is discharged, his
ife thinks It was because he "was
too honest to suit his employer.
Every man is thought to be
THINGS WE ARE ASKED TO BE
Dotrolt Free Press: 'Tm getting
ten eggs a day from seven hens"
"Our sweet peas are in bloom al
ready." "The other day three ot us ciuht
CO perch on 22 minnows."
"The boss can't get along without
our watches will bare inspection
We will be pleased to open
them and show you their mach
anism. We carry all of the
reliable makes. Gold and filled
Cases that we can guarntee, at
prices that are right.
L. GILMAN mao'?psp:o
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OREGON ANB
TEXA8 PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDER!'
HARDWARE. DOORS AND 8ASHES OF ALL KINDS, MININ
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOT8 A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L125 EMIL MARKS, Managar.
before agreeing to adjourn."
Senator Sutherland Confident.
Senator Sutherland said that he
good looking In-
bell, but the old timers who h.e left j woman In Cherryvale asked the po
recall him with a heart, slow of 3r.'t.v- lite salesman, if he had good cheese.
ttnn Ue. wna n man nt fclnillv rt'arft. "We have Some lOVell" Cheese." WSS
1 i.f . , t- - . l.l. nnuillni. .... "Wli eYirtiiTfl nnl
i ii . j -n,,t, -k l,,.l nn thn anion ana inaue many irren is tuit i"e """" " " -
bellexed a vote would be had on tho , ew fae waa known siy ,orelj. cheeser Bno corrected
statehood resolution this session and i A Born Lawyer. "Why not? It Is." he declared "Be-
also believed It would pass. He said Judge Campbell was a native o; Ja-' cause" with a boarding school dig
he would have to ote, against It, ' maica and was a born lawyer. Atjnitj "lovely should be used to quall-
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some woman ol tecause of the recall In the Arizona ne age ot zx ne oecame aismci it- ly uj Bumemius iui, .....
L.,i.m.. .hko.eh be believed omey of Queens count. .NVw vork-, -Well." he said. "Ill stick to lovely.
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A woman who does a great deal of " iwniiiCT "" """ . (that position, being reckoned as one
housework has a trot that la ae- hood. He asta n tne recan mere of tne ai,est members of ie New
eliminated, he would subordinate
quired in no other way.
bis opposition to the Initiative and
0.T.1! IVTJlZt referendum for a vote for admis-
wia.wot mauv iiin ua, v ij ut
ri .. i i .1 r v
York bar When gold waa iis-overeti raiTlCUlarlV tile LauICS.
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fac- on the silver dollar
l rtnm In ,Q V. n nn r ,.A,
state and remained thrr .mill he Not only pleasant and refreshing to
moved to Tucsou. He left Aruona the taste, but gent'y deansmg and sweet-
Ion ot the territories although in , returned to ., A ' & F
his sueech next Tuesaay ne is go- ,. .. r , - - .'-. .1.1. j..j
- -- - t.vir rr .tiiu , rumriimiiv A'inurciA
After a woman passes thirty, if ing to speak against these' forms of
doesn't make much difference
old she is.
All the business Instinct in a wo
man's nature seems to be devoted
to paying off a church debt.
My Idea of a coward xs a man
who won't figb. when he is drunk.
When a man says money can do
anything, that settles it: He hasn't
The women think the mea can
accomplish anything. But tae men
LOVE STRUCK GIRLS
Governor Downey. He also leaves a
son, John Campbell, who is editor of
a Los Angeles newspaper.
Tho fnnornl no. helrl at T.rn4 AptTP-
Had Followed tlie Soldiers All'les Saturday and tho pall bearors
were six lawyers wno nau
prepared themselves for their pr i of-
the Way From Bisbee
Judge Campbell was a member ot . . ,. , .-.j . i c i -
the sscond constitutional 'onventlon bm uumaiauu .,v. -.
. "!!, -i -,.. na .-., m.n ni i. u all cases in wtuch a wholesome. strenHtn-
Judlciary committee he took a proun- ening and efiechve laxative should be
nent part In framing tie constitution , used. It is perfectly safe at all times and
ot the state. Ho leases a widow, Ruth && bis. headaches and the pains
TaIor Qulnn Campbell, who was he , , j- .- . i ,-,,:,!, n
widow of Isaac Nekton Qulnn. lieu- " ,. ' Ta . , , uTl,..
tenant governor of California unde- promptly and effeebvely that it is the one
peaect lamuy laxauvc yyihui gives m
(action to all and is recommended by
miUions of families who have used it and
who have personal knowedge of its ex
SAN DIEGO FACTS
Area of San Diego county 4,209 square miles, nearly four
times the surface ot the state of Rhode Island. More than
r,500,000 acres under cultivation.
Building permits Issued in 1910 to the value ot $1,000,000;
houses erected at the rate of Mx per day. (
Climate cool In summer, warm In winter; most equable in the
Its mountain storage water system furnishes a supply ade
quate for 250,000 people ,
First and last American port of call on Paciflc-Tehuantepec
San Dleao roads are good roads. County Boulevard system
will cost i 1.250,000.
New U. S. Grant Hotel and famous Hotol del Coronado to
gether cost 2.500,000.
The highest wind velocity ever recorded was forty miles
per hour. This is the least wind of any station in the Dinted
Greatest Opportunity For Investment in the West
GEO. E. BUXTON,
1550 D Street, Corner 7th.
San Diego, California
aion In Judge Campbell's office. The
1-os An coles bar association drafted
rr- . fc. ..,. r t: rr- r I The mystery of the disappearance resolutions on Judge Campbell s o mib
(Copyright 1911. by Georgo Matthew. two young giri3 Who wero.ana these were Inserted "on -.be
Adams.) I known to havo followed the caralry minutes of tho federal, appellate and
not, however, as the Idea of gov
ernment purchase seems more pop-
alar. It Is strange that the freer
the people become the more they
encourage governmental paternal-
sauadron out as far as the divide supreme courts of California
on the morning of the troops' de- - ' t
partare from Bisbee, was solvtd( LORETTO ACADEMY.
Saturday, when Officer Parley Mc-( A refined and np to date boarding
Rea located the girls at Fort Hua-. and day school for young ladle
chuca, t and girls.
The disappearance of th girls
was roDorted to officers on tho day
ism. Madero, It will be seen, has i of ihe trooDs' departure, but as
has hands full of new problems, there was no charge against any
I BUIUICIS, llVkiAiiit. W"u wv w. -.--
Its wonderful Dooularity. however, has
led unscrupulous dealers to offer imita
tions which act ratisfactorOy. There
fore, when buying, to get its beneficial
effects, alwavs note the full name of the
Companj California Fig Syrup Co.
plainly printed on the front of every
package of the genuine Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna.
For sale by all leading druggist. Price
50 cents per bottle.
Route of the
EFFECTIVE JUNE 1
FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 1ST
whleh, however, are new only to
Mexico, where the republican form
of government has blthert been
the mask of autocracy. The rest
of us have been contending long
with all these problems, and not
very satisfactorily, we must admit
Mexico, in its new estate. Is not
worse off than the rest of the
world. New York TIme-3.
elrls wero mrely
there is nothing In Arizona laws
that covers such a situation. Llko
Othello, the soldiers may have done
nothing more than entertain the
girls with stories of courage and
It was learned by Officer McReai
tbat the girls had accompanied thej
soldiers, and Saturday the otacar.
took up their trail. He learned that
513-519 W. SEVENTH STREET
'3 Tourist and commercial patronage
Los Angeles, California solicited. Nicety rurnished, modern,
all outside rooms, with or without bath. Transient, 75c per day
up. Weekly rates: S3 to $10. Hotel near shopping and amusement
district. Electric cars from all doots direct to hotel W. L.
the srlris had spent the night at tho
squadron camp at Lewis Springs and!
on the following morning tney ac
companied the soldiers to Huachuca.
The girls, according to the officer.
The present week ought to bring pou, but the wi.nwn. even though
Minatltkm and Tamplco, the gseat
draining tunnels of Mexico and oth
er cities, and transformed Vera
Cruz Into a healthy and handsome
modern city. Of course he has not
Lgoa working wholly for fame, and
be has beea closely associated with
Diaz and the friends of Diaz.
, For all analyses of the situation
are now In agreement on the point
that tbeae excellent
Pr. ot the vast uncultivated lands elpressIon wn!cn lndlcate f-al I sawhlm rctcL ThT 0
Xr ,kn nnrih. which need only ir-l,,...!,- , tint nnn nt thn elrls woro a. rea
rigatlea to be richly productive and
greatly Increase be wealth of the
,-.i-n rfee radical anreosaL at. to the territory from New
Several of the big enterprises hea
a scarlet woman, reiusea mem au
miszlon, but fed tnem and o2e-:d
tu pay their exter.scs back to D
bt When tie girls refusad tie
r,9Tar IhA anmfin thrpfltatlri tO wire
Ition Is reported in the senate there j tho 'deputj. sheriffs office at Tomb-
bllls ot sc- will be most likely some action or atone
some action in the senate which
will Indicate the fate of the state
hood resolution. Wha this resolu-
but one of the girls woro a rea
Toady pert in the form of a legisla
tive bfltt, 1b for the government to
ouy un these lands and sell them,
on easy terms, t all who are will
ing t tana tbea. Madero further
proposes to irrigate them at gov
ernweot expense, employing conviet
labor far the jwrpose. He will
learn, before long, that in a "tree"
country convict labor must be sup
pressed. He has a labor question
to deal with now.
How much wiser it wouM be for
the government to do nothing more
to open the waste lands than to
tex Jhesu Land taxes In Mexico
'havtf been trifling. Tho Diaz gor
c'rnment never cared to increase
them, but Mad.ro coald do nothing
better or wiser. Pre.a.ly be wUI
dress and the officer was able to
Au Ua1v i(h aiiirm mar,
Ho. F. M. Murphy has returned ' ToX theT ablate Saturday night
York. , he returned to Bisbee with them. I
The cirls walked all the way to
Fort Huachuca. They claim to he
The right powder
at the right price
One cent an ounce -25 ounces for S3 cents is the right
price to pay for baking: powder. It's the price
ed by Mr. Murphy in the territory j aged 15 and 16 years respectively, I
... . .ur sm,-Ar .a iat. iupt nrn vnunzer. i
hflTA hAAn inrnirpa in insormDHiK. "" ,.-.. ....... .rf .- ---
able debts, but it is hoped that he
will yet be able to weather the
storms of adversity and be able to
continue his work of development
in Arizona. During the past twen
ty years Mr. Murphy has attratted
a vast amaunt of capital to the ter
ritory. The Santa Fe, Prescott &
Pboenlx railroad was the result of
his energy and faith In this favored
spot ia the Southwest. He Is enti
tled to the high regard and confi
dence ef Arizona, as, notwithstand
ing some of his enterprise havo
beoa dtsappofntiag, he has made
good te Arizona and her people always.
The Lotson house, Main street un
der new management. Rooms from
seven dollars up Miners silicltei
NOT HIS ClJE.
George L. Saronk, one of Atlantic
City a chaaupion life guards, was uis
cussing his profession.
"Funny things happen to us puards
sometimes," said Mr. Shronk. "A fun
ny thing happened to my friend Tim
"A society belle from Spruce street
went In the water wearing one of
those fashionable transformations or
wigs, a big wave went over her. ana
when she came up the transformation
was floating out to sea. She turned
and ran to Tim.
"'Oh, nve ray hair!" she yelled,.
3Ut my hair!'
"Pardoa we, ldy says Tim: 'I'm
a ba savar, sat a arir restorer'"
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Send for the K C Cook's Book
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NEW YORK $98.25
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