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: ' FROM CALIFORNIA
P&qple of Coas Gave Him a
a Good Time Whlie
SAN BHRNARDINO. Oat. 17.
Rresldant Taft bauo adieu to CaMor
j Mta today, and Jits special tvaln
18 now hended-east and north. Dur
Jne Ibo past two dan. Mr. Tatt has
jffijm hoRik about under cloudloss
HK108. and a temperature ranging
about 95 Jn the Hbude. In thlrty-si
hoars he win l In the snowelad
Ulllfl of Montana
' Hta departure from tho stato was
raarltad by the satno big crowds that
Jpeftpd hlra all through California.
At Long Beach. Pomona, Ontario, Hlv
9TWo and San Bernardino groat
throngs gathered, and tho president's
,-lirivate car -was literally covenx? with
blossoms thrown by; children. The
crowds greatly Impressed the presi
dent. At Riverside the president spoke
to the women about suffrage, telling
them that they now had a duty to
perform, anj. should perform it, as!
the eyes of all the east Were upon '
tho in. I
. While tho president wns motoring
to -Ivong Reach this morning Secre- j
tnry Hllles remained In Los Angeles '
to talk politics. Hllles, since he was
nominated by Senator Sraoot, of
Utah, for chlrman of the next republi
can national committee, has received
many pledges of support. He has not,
however, indicated by word or ac
tion, whether he will accept. I
' Tho president's train is 'teing
guarded tonight with usual care,
though tho reported attempt to dyna
mite the train in California may have
brought about Just a little more vigi
lence on the part of the guards.
HAS GOT A START
His Principal Theme the Hard
- ships of the Arizona
LADIES SYMPATHY WANTED
CHICAGO, Oct. 17. A bitter excor
iation of ITesident Taft' promises to
earry the fight for the republican
presidential nomination in 1912 to the
American flreskie, and a idea for the
aid of American women marked the
apelBg hereonight of the campaign
o the, progressive element of the re
pwbjtcAB 'rty -to nominate Senator
RoT&t- 'M- La Follette as the republi
can end fete for presfdotit.
Sesator Clapp, of Minnesota
broHgnt the denunciation of President
aft to Its sharpest climax after Sena
tor Crawford, of South Dakota, had
been Jtit.-rnpted by a dissenter In
Calling the chief executive's action
in the Arizona statehood matter "the.
Wackost chapter In all tyranny out
side the absolute despotism of an un
brWIed king," Clapp aald: ".Vow
whether you betfeve In the recall or
net, I think you will agree wTl5 mo
that H is not for you to say whether
the people of Arizona shall have the
recall. Wo had this question up in
eontfress. We said flhe poople of
Arlioaa must vote on the question
again, and which ever way the voted.
tfcey would be allowed to come Into
tho union. And ray friends, the proai
Hent M the Un.Ued States vetoed
that resolution and one providing
that the people must vote again, but
amst vote against recall was passed.
aMbegh thoy can put it back Into
taeir constitution after admission.
That Is a fine lesson to teach the
people on the threshold of admission
to this union. What, think you,
would the spirits of those men whose
bones He mouldering In the battle
Uplds of tfce republic. If, looking down,
they eold realize that the price ot
admission to this anion was a stultl
Hootlon of the electorate of air- In
Charles K. Men-taut, of Chicago,
vte4 a premise to carry the fight
W fMa, ssySng that Kenator Lh
fKsNeUe m4 Ji4 foMowsra would make
a Progressive appeal ta the women
as woB as the men. Senator Lorlmer
Mate hi tm Uintta by M aaoaVora.
Shapes for your plumes, and bats to
tnaiak ywtfr axlU) t toe Hon Ton. Hlg
eta's Mft. Tambsttne Out) an.
BE VERY SILL BOYS.
Culprits Eleven and Eight
Years Old Act Like Hi own-
In the rori of JhUIco llurdlck thul
morning two Httlc lr, admittedly ' statements or others that Kdward M.
thieves arid .hmwebreaker, will tellilllncti. lurabertnan, helpod "put oer,
a story In ttMeh denouement has fol-jthe oleetlon of United States Senator
lowel denouement thus fa In It un- Isaac SlepketiMn and 'hat. Mlneg.1
lowing ana in watch some further1 and Stephenson oaeu contributed '
chapters may be written at that time, j two to a pool of $110.0 to Monro the j
The little fellows, one 11 and thn other absence or. several democratic mem
ycaiK of age tearfully admit burpbir-1 hers of the Wisconsin legislature on
ring a hovso and caching their plun- March 4. 19M. so that Stephenson,
dor hut claim their cache was pilagct ) might ! lef.tnd, formed tho basis of i
and that their plunder was stolen for peiisnlional testimony adduced in to
rt second time. The older boy prom day's hearing of the senatorial invent- J
wr to make restitution, to oatn the I (cation committee Thomas Moris,1
money to do so, but there are foa
tureM of IiIh atory which demand fur-1 made statcubenta to (hat effect, de
ther Investigation, more satlcfactory clarln that U. W. Cook, of Uiiluth.
explanation. ' j , ho riiirecl promlneutly In the tlrst
Ijist ecnlns a call was i received, Xarlmer Invest Ijratfon xave him that
from Quarry Canyon asking that an Information. He said tliat Cook told
otflcor ba sent up and Constable C. N. , him that Robert J. ShleklR, o-f Super
Thomas went to tho address glien. lor 1sconin also mentioned In the
Thore.be wan told of a robbery m,I,orlmer case, wag paid $".."60 for aer
Sunday afternoon. It was stated that Uiees In putting the deal through,
tho screen door had been cut and a, Morris, however. sMikued that hie
wire used to unlatch the doom. After statoroeats were to be taken as sec
ibhJ the house wat. entered and ajond hand Information, lie teatifled
pocket book containing about $11, asi that Id informant told htm "that aft
tho owner thought, was taken. A, or charges wore made In tho Iegisja-
nelghbor was mspocted but Invetl.
action proved that such suspicion was'
In tho courso of bis inquiries Con
stable Thymus learned that a boy In
school had boasted to companions thaf ,
ho had about $15 each cm 1 uxm the'
hill Tbli boy wan Interviewed by
the officer and soon wa tearfully con-1
lc&suig no intpucaieu auotaer ioy, anu omaineu a cnecx signed lit Bianl; ei retreat.
a child of S years and told how they from Stephenson and subsequently ! Behind their breastworks tho fed
went to the house, found a hole In appeared at Madison with a ravish ' jerals withheld thoir fire until tho
the screen door, used a wire to open display of money; that there had been rebels were within two hundred yards
it, obtained access to the house and a deadlock in the Wisconsin IcglsIa-!of tho trenches. When they opened
took a pocket book containing a $3 ' ture for several weeks but suddenly! fire their aim was Ineffective and
till and fire silver dollais. They It was announced that on a certain j the federals sent their sharpshooters
waited until dark and then went up , day Stephenson would bo elected, and ' to the end of the trenches, and their
the hill and burled their plunder in that on tliat day, March 4, 1009, three i flro drovo tho robles from cover,
a cave, tho younger child striking democratic members absented them-' Coming 'Into tho open, the lodil)
matches for tho older boy to see by 'selves, thus giving Stephenson a ina- attacked tho soernment troops, and
in his work. Ho had asked tho little Jorlt ; that Shields demandt-d $10,080 ' the-I:attle ,waa waged for several
fellow to accompany him up vester for yhat he had done but Stephen-1 hours, In whleb time the Zapatistas
day but he had refused and going son and HInes after liaving a dispute i were completely routed Most of
alone had found their cache rifled. over amount handed hlni $7,300." lhclr h0rses were captured".
At this time the smaller child was Morris testified that Cook's state- !
aione had lounu tneir cache nfed. !
iMirros, garnering wood, un nis re-
turn ue corroborated tho statement
of his companion.
Later one tr tho other boys told of A. C Titus, both of Wisconsin. Ho
hiving seen the elder boy on tho hlUjsuid that W H. Kitlcll, of Madison
near a pile of stones striking matches ; had given him information aboui
He stoutly maintains that ho had a Shields going to Washington and
pipo concealed there and was smoking getting the blank check.
nrffr-n I7a ! H nn i?. Tint a.I . 1 J - nl i w.i . .. . a.
vu..v.-. m- .mo ouoinrticu m uaviu
himself dug up tho buried money anu
Hiding it eisewnere, hut stuck to his
The youngster took some cbango to
tho owner of the stolen money and
told him It" was money he had raved,
that he was sorry he had stolen the
pocket book, that it had been stolen
from him also and that he would
work and earn $10 and pay it to
him. The owner refused to uko the
change from the little fellow and th I
two children will be given a hearing
before Justice Uurdick tolav.
TOO MANY ON TRACK
Southern Pacific Crashes into Salt
SAN BERNADINO, Oct. 17. Two
passenger coaches were cdly
wrecked here today when a Salt Lake
passenger train backed onto the main '
line of the Southern Pacific tracks,
An Incoming Southern Pacific train
crashed into the Salt Lake cars. None
of the passengers wore Injured,
though all were shaken un. The Salt
Lake train, which was an empty, wasj
being switched about preparatory to
making Its regular run.
TOBACCO TRUST j
Its Reorganlition Plans not Yet Be-
tore the Department '
OMAHA. Oct. 17. Attorney Gen
eral Wickersbam tonight denied that
he had given out any statement that
any action hy the department of jus
tice would be taken on the reorganiza
tion plans of the American Tobacco
company. He said the matter, was
one which had not yet come to him
,h an official way.
Federal Decree Breaking up an Old
MONTGOMERY, Oct. 17. In the
decree of the circuit court of north
era Alabama today, the Southern
Wholesale Grocers' association, prose
cuted under the Sherman law, ie for
bidden to coerce manufacturers to
sell only to association members, or'
those whom it recognizes as "whole
salers, and is proscribed against
forming a conspiracy to main
tain or fix selling prices.
SHOT SUSPECTED THiEF
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VlClirn Mica in l"c mm ut oia vi-
VANCOUVER, Oct 17. Police De
tective W. A. Campbell last night
shot and killed John Webb, a suspect
ed thief, wben Webb, whom Camp
oe. called Into an alleyway to ques
tion, started to run.
Campbell's bullet struck, Webb In
tho body above tho hearL Webb
died In Cainpbell's arms a few min
utes later. Campbell was on duty
today as usual. He was not arrested.
RODGER'S LONG FLIGHT.
MCALB3TER, Okla.. Oct 17.
glae troublo forced C. P. Rodgere, the'
SOS tw BW 14VI IKJ iciuaiu b v-
Alester a part of today Instead of fly
ing to Fort Work, Texas, as original
ly plaRMiL He flow 212 mlloa today.
Hate for girls and children, at tea
Ron Ton. fip01! Prico tals weel
Higgln's top, Tombstone Canyon.
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW.SUNDAY
HOW THE DEADLOCK
WAS BROKEN UP
'Same Hearsay Testimony in
the Case of Senator
MILWAUKEE. Ost. 17 PHrponM
lieutenant novertH.tr of WlRconHln
tlve committee coHcernlne Stephen-
son's nomination and while hl elec -
tion was still ponding. Hities went
to Stepheimon at Washington and told
him that because of tho charges tho
senator could not bo reelected, ami
that It John Shields was employed
to carry on the work: that nubse.
miently Shields went to Washington
ment was mtde to hlra In a lawyers
oaice tnts summer in the presence
of State Senator Paul O. Hiistlng,
former sssistant attorney general and
uuairman neyourn irameuiateiy is -
sued subitocnaes for those mentioned.
i OF SHOili MURDER
un UniU,n Q..nlrninA far l,n
inu iviuiivc oujcott-u iui titc
ELIWORTH, Oct. 17. Those who
viewed tho bodies of the five mem
bers of the Showman family discov
ered yesterday, describe the peculiar
flendlshness of ii.
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"rc icumnTB ui aU mi- iituuia cii;
Jiattered beyond reqognltion by an l
ax. The youngest member of the
Tamily, a baby, was beaten until the
bead was severed from the body. All
three of the children were under Ave
years of age. Although tho crime
b committed on Sunday night. It
was it discovered until yesterday ,
evening. The authorities so far have
failed to find anyone they can conned i
w" 'he crime, or establish a mo
tive for It.
The Showman house is a small two
room cottage In the outskirts, three
or iour nun urea yarns irom me near-
est house. The bodies of the five vic-
Urns were found In tho one room. The-i
Father, mother and baby were on xae Tho property Is all left to her child-,
bed, and The other two children on' ren, and grandchildren, aside from
a second bed. a bequest of $1,000 to Alexis C. Jcf-
Tbe room looked like a slaughter i fries, her husband,
pen. Rlood was en the floors, thet -
walls and ceiling, tho beds and every TRACE OF EARTHQUAKE.
other article of furniture In the house.
The bloody ax used by the murderer! SAN JOSE, Oct. 17. A slight earth
was also in the room. quake shock recorded at Santa Clara
Last Sunday night all the members i observatory at 1:25:28 o'clock this aft
of the Showman family Isited the . ernoon, lasted three minutes. Tho dls-
home of Mrs. C. W. Snook, a friend
living several blocks away. They re
turned home about nine o'clock. This
was the last seen of them alive.
Extinguished After the Vessel
TACOMA, Oct. 17. The tHg McKln
ley. owned by Captain Sutherland, of
Seattle, caught fire while towing!
broomsticks In Walocha bay today.
j Tne crew narrowly escaped, In a life- j
coat, ana was brought nere ny tne
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biediuer Aiiuirj, wiutu 'iaj cu
stream of water on the burning tug
ana extinguisaea tne names, out not
until the tug wa totally destroyed.
The loss Is estimated at $15,000.
ALLEGED RENO BIGAMIST
Woman Claiming a Prior Lien Ar
rives on Scene
RENO, OcL 17. Perry H. Breming
ton, residing here, who married Mrs.
Mary D. Remer, ot Sacramento, last
July, was arrested today on complaint
of a woman claiming to be his first
She charges Sim with bigamy, de-
e,arlng lbBt u0"aiV0TW from her' had
been secured. She arrived laJtyeek
from Greeley, Colo. Sho said she had
five 'children. Breralnston was re
leased on $5,000 ball, furnished part
ly by his second wife.
Special 50 cent Luncheon and $1.00
Table d'Hote Dinner dally at Copper
MORNING, OCTOBE WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18,1911.
Used by people of refine
; ment in every part of the
. WOfld where the USe of tl
fil, L, L 1 f
lOOIii-DrUSn IS Known, 101"
Almost Half Ponlnnr
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Their Leader Escaped After a
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 17. 1Advces
from Cuernavaca aay that tho Zapa
tistas wore cut to pieces In tho bat
tle of Topextlan yesterday, but that
Zapata himself eaeaied. Tho Zapa
tistas wero caught between tho forces
of General FIsuoroa and Col. Ulan-
' flllet- Two hundred of them are said
to have been killed, and a largo num
ber wounded, and many taken pris
oner!!. The rebel entrenched them
selves on the hillside close by a Ul
lage. i no teaeraia advanced from op-
, Poelte directions, and cut off the reb
JILURED TO DEATH
BY A TELEGRAM,
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Incident of Wreck of
VICTORIA, Oct., 17. News was I
brought by the Zeelandla, which ar
rived from Australia today, of the ARIZONA 4. NEW MEXICO RAIL
wreck of the Australian craling! WA COMPANY PASSENGER
steamer Rosedale with all ha.ds. The J SERVICE,
steamer ran into heavy gales after datt.v
leaving the nortTi coast Tor Sidney.
r.ml fonTKleroit Rmr'.. email ii-ru.k?i.a
and deck gear.
Tho steamer carried seven passen
gers, and a crew of nineteen. Mr.
and Mrs. McKay, two of the passen
gers, were severoly dealt with b'
fate. They had received a telegram
.Mouier uying. com nt once intend -
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yu .iur auuiuer iniuuy oi tuc same
name, and without waiting to Invest!-
gate they started for Sidney and were
among the victims.
MRS. JEFFRIES' WILL.
The Husband Only Slightly Remem-
bered In it.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17. Tho IU
of the lato Rebecca Jeffries, mother
of James J the former heavyweight
champion of the world was Hied for
nrobate fodav. It rtfanosea nf nn es
tate valued at $99,500, tho greater
part of which is in Los Angeles real'
irolAz rpn.1 1
tance is estimated at CS kilometers,
30 degrees, 35 minutes from east to
PUNISHMENT FOR NEGLIGENCE
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17. Cau-
tain J. O. Faria, captain ot the steam-,
er Santa Rosa when that vessel was'
wrecked off Point Arguello on July;
7, and TJjird Ma,e Thomas, were
suspended for twelve months On '
charges of negligenco by Inspectors
Bolles and Bulger. Four seamen
wero drowned In the wreck.
POSTPONE HYDE MURDER TRIAL
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 1". The sec
ond trial of Dr. B. Clark Hyde, I
charged with the murder of Colonel I
Thos. H. Swope, originally scheduled
to begin today, was postponed one
CRUISE OF THE'OREGON
VALLEJO. OcL 17. The battleship
Oregon will sail on Its first cruise
since being rebuilt at a cost ot more
than a million dollars. It Wilt leave
ber 24 for San Pedro to participate
In the Pacific fleet maneuvers-
Billonsness in duo to n. disordered
'onditlon of the stomach. Chamber
lains Tablets arc essentially a stom
ach medicine, intmded especially to
act on tliat organ; to cleanse it.
strengthen It. tone and Invigorate 1L
to regulate the llw and to banish
biliousness positivoly and effectually.
i or sue oy an ccaigrs.
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7: CO a.m. " Guthrie
S: 35 a.m. " Duncan
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.leaving Hachlta at 11:10 a.m.. Moan-
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Traffln Manager. Clifton, Arizona
Fob. 17, 1911.
instead of Liquid
many leople arc now using
Pristine Toilet Antiseptic
Iho new toilet germicide powder to b
dissolved In water as needed.
ror all toilet and hygienic uses it J.
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Brothers about to Enter the Grand
GREEN RIVER. Utah, Oct. 17.
Emery and Ellsworth Kolb, brothers.
who are attempting a Journey by boat
from Green River, Utah, to the uuir
of Mexico, arrived today after a thrill
ing experience In the canyons of
Green river, which Is swollen by re
cent floods. They have covered fir
hundred miles of their journey.
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