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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, Blc:B'i.L, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST31, 1911.
PAGE EIGHT HUSBAND ALLEGED 10 HAVE PARAMOUR Bishec Police Are Told By El Paso Woman of Wrong ' Doing Blsbee officers were apprised yes terday morning of the allegation that a man named J. McCallster, -whose Bl1 Paso wife charges him with traveling, with a woman who Is not his wife, was headed for Blsbee. An attempt was made by the El Paso woman to Intercept the fleeing couple at Douglas Tuesday, but as El Paso officers had not requested tho man's anest, no ac tion was taken by Douglas officers. They learned of the attempted In terception at Douglas. It Is said, and Immediately left for Blsbee, arriving jiere Tuesday evening and registered at the Royal hotel, officers state. Bls bee officers have not "been advised from El Paso that the man Is wanted there, or that a warrant has been Is sued for his arrest, so they will not molest the man or the woman. WHO WANTS THAT OLD SECOND WARD JOB? "Everybody's got a man but me," walls the second ward councllmanlc Job. With candidates bobbing up like mushrooms all over the city for every office named in the enabling act and the new constitution, no one has yet announced that he would like to rep resent that ward in the city council. Tho Job was made vacant several weeks ago by the resignation of Jchn Hughes and In the rush for better Jobs It seems to have been overlooked. Mayor Newnmu stated yesterday af ternoon that a meeting would likely be called some night this wee tt elect a successor ro John Hughes, though he said he had heard of no candidates for the place. The place will probably have been filled by the time of the next monthly meeting of the council, on September 5. eir-rv modf POSTAL BANKS WASHINGTON. Aug. 30. Postmas ter General Hitchcock today uesig nated fifty more postofflces of the first class as postal savings depositories, Including: Texarkana. Ark.; Alameda and Riverside. CaL; quincy. in.; r.eo iuk, la.; Lawrence. Kas.; Paducah, Ky.; Columbia, Mo.; Grand Island, Neb'.; MInot, N. D.; Guthrie. Okla.; Austin, Tex and North Yakima, Wash. Oosby Bros.' Cantaloupes are su perior In liavor and firmness. Sold py Blsbee merchants. - This Is The Last Shoe Sale' So now men you will have to hurry if you want a pair of Nettleton Shoes At a big reduction. Remember all our reg ular stock is included in this sale. 7.00, $6.50 and $0.00 shoes all go at $5.00 We also have some odds and ends in narrow widths only "that we are selling at $3.50 Cluett E t W and (Gothsm Shirts. Cuffs (attached and coat style insularly priced at J 2.00. On sale at $1,50 Cluttt, Peabods Shirts In reg ular $LI0 and $1.25 grade go at $1.00 The new Mal'ory Crave netted Hau are here. All the latent shapes and every size. $3.50 And there are none better for tho price. SCH7ARTZ BROS. CO. THE SAFE PLACE ON MAIN ST. ELKS TALK OF 1 FAIR Tuesday, November 7, Will See, Large Gathering of Mem- bers at Phoenix If Plans Work Out EXALTED RULER INVITED Tuesday of fair week, November 7, has been named by the territorial fair ' commlsslon .tQ be known as Terri torial Elks' day. Tho newly elected grand exalted ruler, Sullivan, has been tendered an Invitation from Phoenix lodge No. 335 to be Its guest during fair week. As he expressed a desire at the last reunion to visit Arizona, the members of the order here are looking every day for his acceptance of the Invita tion, and upoa receipt oi ine same preparations will be made for a great reception to nun. .... , I The main feature or me .iks pru-i ... fv,r. th.t Hav Trill 1) a larce na-l r.j- v- ium ni-o nr mnro Several floats furnished by the varl - W nun lodees will contain ladles oi me -ii. uu"ibi. n. a ir i" '" u.uo. wcun". " ?i Th flmnw rommlttee is now Stevenson, of Chicago, first vice pros- administered by the father and found nUta subscriptions a5 Elks. It Wont; Mrs. Stevenson. Mrs. McCauley one bruise but that it might have been . .., .i . .- nrf,. nmnnnt.i"u utu eons vi air. uixon -wno nave . - .! .TT b y '"... !.; ..- . , ..a , ,h. .. e .Ii" ,.. V,.. "ZZ ." ,XJ. letlc . . Vf k,,,n ,Vv- Vin Vhi place on the half mile track on this date. Phoenix lodge will not be eligible to any of the prizes In the parade or athletic cvnts of the afternoon. The committee has a movement on to offer a liberal prize to the lodge bringing the best band. If this is carried out it will mean tho largest band concert ever given In the terri tory. Several letters from outside lodges j have been recelevd offering to com-, bine with the Phoenix lodge In mak ing this the greatest day of the Elksj in Arizona. The committees are as follows: Ex ecutive, C. K. Pishon, Frank Leeper.i G. Gny Alsap. Finance, George P.' Driscoll, Jim Graves, Sylvan Ganz. Hotels, J. C. Adams. A. B. Williams, Garrett fachuler, Frank Shedd. Deco llations, W. B. Leecraft, William Mo riaoty, J. P. Jeffries, G. Biggs. Pro gram, Ed Doyle, Georgo Schwartz, A. L. Moore. In the evening there will be a gen eral ball at OVN'elll's hall for Elks, their wives, families and sweethearts. Thursday evening of fair week there will be the usual smoker and entertainment of the Elks' lodge for visiting brothers. The replies of out side lodges Indicate a large attend ance. TRACK 10 BE PLACED . . : . . I ued at from 51 per yard up, a ladles A great deal of Improvement work,nand etc The total ae of the is being done by the EI Paso and 00ds was $40. ten dollars Ies than southwestern in an effort to nave tne entire road In first class -condition in every respect as soon as the Tucson extension is completed. Sections of track on the western division are be ing repaired and in some places re built. The block signal system is being in stalled between Blsbee and Don I.uIb, a distance of four miles. The road has block signals between Crook Tun nel and Forest Junction, in this county. a distance of sixteen miles, and track section of 16 miles in length on the eastern division has been sup - piled with block signals, ALFALFA PATCH IS y Boquillas Ranch Wants $10000 for Riht of Way Through Field All preliminary construction work on the El Paso and Southwestern ex tension from Falrbank, In this county, westward, has been stopped by a dis agreement between the railroad and the manager ot the Boquillas ranch over the price of a right of way through an alfalfa field. The railroad offered the ranch man- ager $5,000 for a right of way on tha tract of land owned by the Boquillas Land and Cattlo company, but the mnnnt-er nf h riinrh In hnlrtlnir nut for $10,000, and frequent conferences between the right of way man and thoi ranch manager have been fruitless. The Southern Pacific road passes through this particular piece ot inrougn mis particular piece ui ground, which is sown ln alfalfa, and the owners of the land contend that for another line to be run through it. sent to this country, ana ne says ne " w '"" .V ,", -7,, ,. would greatly depreciate the value of I has a chest full of war material for night. Death udn to an acute -t the land. his party. tack ot heart disease. The ranch owners have refused to! -it would seem the American work- " permit the contractors to land their! man should havo much more left at' nutritious, due. I believe, to cold stor concrete mixing outfit on the proposed' the end of the week than tho worker! age. risiht of war and they have moved it! in the British Isles," be said today, 1 "Much more money Is spent by wc- further down, near Contention. Tbo railroad will bring condemnation pro ceedings against the ranch, but until this Is done all work at this point will be halted. After the suit Is brought the railroad may deposit a bond, named by the district court, and pro ceed with the construction work. ChleAjv Record-Herald: "The tlmo Is coming -when an honest man will net bo able to succeed in business in this icoantry." "What do you can succeeding business?" 'Why er keeping a high tariff oni the things they are producing." EX - GOVERNOR S li BISBEE Gillette of California and Party of Mining Men Here From Douglas for Visit to Local Mines lfSPBCTINGTHE MASCOT Ex-governor J. K GUIetto ol Call fomla, and a party of mining men last evening arrived In the city from Douglas, where the ex-govornor nnt' members of his party have been since Tuesday evonmg. The pasty Is in Arizona on a trip of Inspection of the property tof the; Mascot CotHier roinnnjiv. nf wlii ! Ml" Plllntl. Is -t,I. it . few days or spare time before leaving for California, tho ex-governor and; I'uny ueciuru io spenu u in visitnc i10 smelters at Douglas and the big' Tho nartv t n.nnn f t, - - - wii.- mv iui- lowing: Ex-governor Gillette, preei- 'dent of tho Mascot Copper company: I !'r - McCauley, general manager; R. ' "ri visiting at the mine for several months. Yesterday the party visited and sifted the smelters at Douglas and went On the othor side of tho Interna-! tlonal line t)o view tho battle field of ! Agua Preta. Mr. Gillette was republican gover nor cf California from 1907 to 1911 and served In the national congress as a member of the lower house from 1903 to ISO". He Is a lawyer by pro fession and has considerable interest in mines in the southwest. BOOTY IS REVEALED T v - ii rtn B0iafii v a n ,-. i tz I a m a nil nnmi m ifAit m Attv Trn a r B SEARCH WARRANTIpnvc mm mm Porter of Copper Queen Store Found to Have Stolen Goods Pleasant dreams, day dreams, which when they would not como truo he attempted to fulfill at other people's expenses, resulted In a search war rant being issued yesterday afternon in Judge Morris High's court at the Instance of a department manager of tbo Copper Queen store empowering officers to search tho house of Henry Pleasant, porter for the CoDner Quopn store. Tho warrant was delivered 'to Dep uty Sheriff WW White who went to the house In Brewery sulch and 1 found a five gallon can halt full of loose cigars, four boxes of cigars, sev eral pairs of men's gartera, all silk, several suits of underwear valued at $10 per suit. a dozen or more neel: ties, several pieces of dress goods val- enH1Rh to make the stealing of it . fPiorv It Is believed that Pleasant had planned to fit himself and wife out in style and go to one of the California beaches. The hand bag, an elegant one of tan leather, was a gift from Henry to his wife, and the dress goods were also for his wife. Pleasant had evidently got wind of what had oeen discovered of hfcj ridlnea and could not bo found after atho house had been searched. The missing of eight or ten yards of val-;' uable dress goods was what prompted I the suelne out of the search warrant The othor merchandise liad not been missed. HIGHESTJOT WASTED Englishman Says We Get No Benefit, Because ot Na tional Extravagance NEW YORK. Aug. 30. George Gearlnr-Hlatt. who has been la this country eighteen months studying In-' dustrial conditions in : behalf of tte tariff reform party In England, declar- ed tcday that the American work man s , wanes arc three times blgner man' i those of his British brother. At the end of the week, however, he says the American hasnt a cent more in his nocfcpt than tho British Workman. At the two last elections in England the tories were badly beaten largely hscflH.n their sneakers were unable to answer tho questions about better ...... m.,.. i iri u kumuiuum ViC.a...u6 u .u....w -. was to gather ammunition for the next) I campaign that Mr. Geartng-Klatt was ; "hut thA fftpt la he snends more. He' wnntB to ea out to shows, his wife, and daughters want fine clothes and! .. . 1I J1IA ' ms cnimren geceraujr mc uub uumcu jug 91.0 iu .;, route mou w "0.. things. The American lives a much ' girl earns In a month. When an Eng-rniiBT- tffo thnneh whether this Is eood llsh eirl wants to treat herself she'll in every case is a question. "Beer here is very dear. Tho Eng- iiaVi nint which rosts 4 or 6 cents has about four American size glasses to it. Besides, the British workman1 looks well into the glass, and If there is any froth on it somebody gets In ' black look. The American spends more on food. I think he needs more. It seems to me the food here Is not soj iFATHER USES RAZOR STROP But in Cruelty Case Boy of Ten Admits He Was Justly Punished fey Parent : DECISION THIS MORNING; John Greener, an American, was ar-1 ralgned In Judge Murphy's court yes-: terday morning on the charge of cruel I j and inhuman treatment of his owuj child, a boy of ten years of age. At the conclusion of the case Judge Slur-, I phy announced that he w tuld tako the case under advisement until 10 o'clock this morning. 1 Tho nnlt n-ilnocc Intrn.liii-prt J-.v the' j. .V. i ...,. . .I11...1' I that his father whipped him when he was bad and when ho was It was WHn om nana or a razor strop, meii little follow said that ho loved hla !n. - ,w. .,, , ..-., i.-,i , mn ""p u " " w i ". Williams, who was introduced I by tho prosecution as a witness, stat- ed that he saw the Ujy two hours af- One of the witnesses for the prose- cuUon had testified that the child in-icould be heard crying 200 yards away "What kind cf a scar would have been wade, the udaor was asked by tne attorney for the defense, - If the blow administered would have made the child cry loud enough to be heard 200 yards away?" "It would havo resembled an Ital Ian sunset," the doctor answered. In tho complaint against Greener, sworn to by neighbors, it was alleged that Greener had beaten tho little boy with a board but the b)y when ho was placed on tho stand by tho defense staled his father had never whipped him with a board. LAI III THE COOLER Solemn Procession of "Never Agains" Files Out Next Morning Disrespect to the, curfew ordlnanqe got five young boys In jail Tuesday night. For a long time there has been complaints made against boys playing In tho street at nifent and there scorns to have been a general laxity of par ents In allowing their young ones away from home at night. As regularly as the days pass the curfew bell rings at 9 o'clock p. ni- but It Is fast becom ing a dead letter. Tho five boys were arrested by Offi cer Trotter, night policeman, Tuesday night after the ringing of the curlew bell. Ther were playing on Brewery gulch and on School hill, uttering yells that would havo done credit to the lung power of a, Comanche. Tney were released yesterday morning and warned tnat If they repeated the or- fense they would7 oe haled Into court and be made to pay the penalty of vio lating the ordinance. Never were there more penitent boys than those who filed out of the city jail yesterday morning and each registered a "never again" as he de parted. Prisoners say the boys played all night inside the Jail, but that they H T.,',n, tn n '.,, nIav the streetB after the curfew bell rang. The Invasion of the business district by children during the day time, -without nurses or guardians, and after the curfew hour has been commented on a great deal lately. Several days ago City Marsha! Bassett Watklns and Of ficer Lowe Wright found a little kid sleeping peacefully on the Copper Queen plaza. ITie officers surrounded the vag and waited patiently for him to wake up. When he did his eyes grew large at tho sight of tho unlform- , ed officers and he went towards home as fast as his little feet would carry him, to tho amusement of a crowd ot young Mexicans who had been watch ing the youngster sleep. AMERICAN SOLDIERS CAN GO INTO MEXICO WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. The fitatoned ln tne vl. T d ,, nW J to uke enort eIcur8lon9 .. . W.UJ , n- faa a secretary ot war to- PROF. EDWARD CURTI8 DEAD ROCKLAND, Me, Aug. ju. rroies- sor Edward L. Curtis, instructor oi Greek at Yale Divinity school, and ----. .-,i h.t. of ihn until recenUy ,?,?. i Se school died on the Bwton boat on tte men and children here on nnery, which Is often of very short life. An American girl wllLwear a plume cost- m . i A- mm . an Tnfrlftth buy a yard, of new ribbon and trim afresh the sailor hat she wears the tear around. "Children have much more money to. spend. The workman's child In England gets a half penny at tbo end a, of the week, orj penny, it there are I not many in tho family, but the Amer- lean child is wanting ice cream soaaa and to see moving picture sdowb at : nickel a tlmo all the while.' UIl U1U OI1C. I Two Osteopaths Are At The Cop per Queen Hotel Dr. Paul R. Collins and Dr. Amelia Burk of the Dr. A. T. Still O s t e opathic Infir mary of El Paso, Texas, have opened offices in the hotel where they will re ceive all desiring their treatment. Go Over And Get Ac quainted With Them Anyway And See What Is The Matter With You Uncle Sam's Loan Office Money Loaned on Everything Mining Stock Especially Everything confidential. No directors' meeting required to secure loan. Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main 6t. Long Windows r Brief Local Items Committee to Meet. There will be a meeting of the sev eral committees cf the Labor Day cel ebration organization this orenlns at 8 o'clock at tho city hall. All mem hers of committees and especially chairmen ot committees arc urged to be present False Fire Alarm. A false- alarm of lire was turned In from Laundry hill a few minutes af ter 9 o'clock Jast night. Tho depart ment made a quick run up the can yon, but failed to find any blaze when they arrived at the scene of the re ported fire. New Ad Man. Robert E.Gelwlcks, of LoulsovlUe, Ky, arrived In the city yesterday and took a position with the Copper Queen Mtore as advertising manager, suc ceeding Mr. Suavely who recently went to Evansvllle, Ind. Sir. Gelwlcks vas advertising manager for II. J. Gutman & Co., at Loulserillc. Team Practice Today. The All-Star team ot the Warren district baseball league -will meet this afternoon at Warren park for its first practice. The team was selected by fans of the districts by voting on Re view coupons. Tho All-Stars will play tbe team of the Sixth cavalry hero on the Sunday before Labor Day. Welch Cae Postponed. The caso against II. H. "Welch, the man who tried to break out of the city jail Tuesday night, was again postponed yesterday on account ot the absence of several witnesses. At the request of- the attorney for tho de fendant. Judge High postponed the case until today. Roberts Released. W. M. Roberts, charged with dis turbing the peace by fighting, was released when he was arraigned be fore Judge High last night at 7 o'clock. MoKenna, the man who fought with Roberts, entered a plea of guilty on tho morning following tbelr arrest and was fined $750, no testimony being taken. Officer McRse separated the combatants and was bit over the eye by McKenna. Elks to Give Dance. The Elks will be best to their frknds at a dance early next month. The entertainment committee ot the Elks will meet Friday night to ar range the details of the affair, which will formally open the winter social season ln the Warren district The dance will be an elaborate one and in every detail will measure up to the standard set by the Elks in previ ous seasons at the opening ot the winter season. It is planned by tho Elks to give a dance every month dur ing the winter. BEE KEEPERS. Ml WR A POMS. Minn- Aue. 30 A large and representative attendance marked the opening ot tne annual con vention of the National Bee Keepers l..nrlilnn nf Vlnnnanolls todav. The convention sessions will last two days and nill be devoted to the discussion of a wide Tariety of subjects relating to hte culture and the production and marketing ot noney. Special 50 cent Luncheon and $1X0 Table d'Hote Dinner dally at Copper Queen Hotel. 2u6 The Most Savage NO. .303 The best balanced hard hitting rifle on the market. This gun is manufac tured from the highest grade gun barrel steel, is perfectly chambered, and the only hammerless rifle of the repeating type with a positive safety, which elimin ates all danger of the hammer catching and causing premature explosion. From a glance you can see the number of car tridges contained in the magazine and, also whether or not the gun is cocked. This gun can be carried with the ham mer up, as the safety works the same with the gun in either position. We offer this special make of gun which 'has a record of 288 stags and is still in perfect condition,1 so writes a famous South African hunter. For To be seen at our a n OUT IS DISCOVERED Boston Doctor Chases That Tired Feeling Out With Electric Waves BOSTON. Aug. SO. How to make stupid or sickly school children bright and active, how to make the lsy! "clock watching" clerk or office em ploye become a model of energy, how to glvo new vitality to the man or woman returning worn out from so clal or business duties all these and a hundred other similar important problems are alleged to havo been solved by the discovery of Dr. An drew F. Christian of this city. "A person feels better In a noom where the air has been electrified than ho does in a room with ordinary air, however well the room be ven tilated." explained Dr. Christian to day. 'Tho reason Is that a high fre quency current in a room breaks up the atoms of oxygen and creates ozone. The ozone enriches tho red blood corpuscles and they become numerous and more active.", The result of Christian's experi ments Is a cabinet which contains the essential elements of a high fre quency electric coll. an air pump and a vacuum tube. Tfco high frequency coll charges the vacuum tube, which is ioclosed iu a glass air chamber. The air pump draws air Into the-ilr cham ber, and tho air, after Circulating about tho charged vacuum tube. Is carried out into the room by tubes. Tho oxygen "in the air Is broken up as it circulates about tho charged vac num tube and the air as passed into the rooms is full of ozone. A. Graydon of Cananea was in tho city yesterday. A. F. Pearson of Douglas was in the city yesterday on business. James J. Farley ot Tucson was in tho city yesterday on business. Deputy Sheriff AITIe Howe of Tomb stone nas In the city yesterday. J. P. Ferguson of Cananea was la the city yesterday on business. A. Ii. Hurst will leave this morning for Los Angeles for a few weeks vaca tion. J. I. McKelUgon Is at Cananea on logal business. Ke will return tu Blsbee today. Dr, N. C. Bledsoe visited Fort Hua chuca yesterday, making the' trip in his Velle car. William Blackburn of Courtland was in tho city . yesterday, registered at the Philadelphia. Cl fiTnrt ftnif urlfo nf Arlzn Ro- nora. were in the city yesterday regis- (icrea at wo supper vtutrco. ! H. F Zelgor of Phoenix was a busl 'nooo vlitnr In the rltv veaterdaV. a guest of tho Philadelphia hotel. I H. E. Fletcher ot Ramsey Canyon Ktftim- m& . Personal Mention ! r J Popular Rifle $18 $13. hardware department )XWfts SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Like all tbo oth'er business men on busy Broadway, August and September are dull months. And to stimulato business we are all apt to forget profits in our efort3 to keep tho wheels turn ing and our employes busy. In other words, August and Sep tember aro bargain months. I do work for less money Tn August and September than in other month's, but It is not "cheap" work, fci all of it carries my ten-years guar antee. A word to the wise is sufficient. If you need dentistry of the highest grade, you w.lll save money by coming to my Dfllces now, for In October the rush begins again. I NEVER HURT A BIT applies to treating, crowning and filling diseased teelh. as well as ex tracting those that are past re demption. So come now and don't worry. DR. C. M. HORN, The Los Angeles Dentist 301-2-3 Pantagex Theatre Bldg. 338 S. Broadway, Los Angeles- Cal. SCHOOL for learning the Arts of dress cutting, the most Important feature of dress making. A garment properly cut and basted is more than half mado. In making year garments bj your own measurements, it will save you the great worry and work that it takes to do the altering and re fitting. Tho Standard Square Inch Systom Is the latest improved tailor system in use and its methods are endorsed- by the leading tailors. First floor Mrs. Fannie Black's residence. Opposite Lo rctto Academy. Leave car at Higgln's Hill stop. Dress Cutting Academy uas ln the city yesterday, leaving In the afternoon tor Berner's resort WEDS "IT PROFESSOR. WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 30 A wedding of considerable Interest here today was that of Miss Josle Helen Dodson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Dodson of this city, and Professor Rollln Henry Dennlston of the Univer sity of Wisconsin. The marriage took place at the home of the bride's par ents, the Rev. Donald C McLeod of the First Presbyterian church perform ing the ceremony.