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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22. 1912. tt m M K 5 AsJa waI Kr-Sttoi bears tlo Slatsoa Nmo Your Stetson is here Just the )le that suitt your individuality. It"n 3 satisfaction to know tnat, it will not only look well, but will wear well. We b. tu iKiui SJi aaj Dtrkr Hati ia U tlie l.'eit trlc. They Just Arrived The New Stetsons WE'VE only the first quality $r..oo & j coo Muny Styles and Many Colors. ROELOFS "SMILE" HATS Our J4.00 Winner SPRING STYLES of this fine riir felt hat are here, also in both sort Hats & Derbys. THEN AT J3.G0 We show you the MALLORY CRAVANETTKD HAT. wonderfully good one at that price 53.30 REAL.LY N and TRULY A SAFE PLACE FOR HATS Schwartz Bros.,. COr The Safe Place, Main St. EIS PI OCtMIOI Records Are Made on Sand stone Rock Near Zuni Indian Village The most interesting and perhaps the most ancient evidence ot Euro peans in United States territory. It the historical landmark known as "Too Inscription Rock," and to the Spanish people as "El Moro." This sandstone rock Is about thirty miles eastward trom the Zuni village, on the old im migration route between Albuquerque on the Rio Grande del Norte, and Los Angeles, California. Prior to tha breaking out of the Civil War ajl U.il,"!a '"" l?e ?r Jsi oeiore no 8 mail was carried over this trail. Lt. Whipple in '53 and Lt. Beale In '54. both left their names upon Inscription ir at, it, iiua w tt a l pedition recorded its passage 'on' tha inrv h,,t th rinr h frtttn .!, names. But the most interesting reo great antiquity. Is that of "Don Fran-' clew Vaaqucz de Coronado. 1540.", Coronado was governor of Cullacan, T-... n.ui. Z .ninim... , vi. Roy Mendoza,'and was selected by tho i'i.tVn .h -h.r i. v .; ., Coronado expedition, to search for the "Seven Cities of Sibolo." Marquis Hernadez Cortoz, asked to be given command ot the expedition, on the grounds that he (Cortez) was "El Gran Conquistador," but the Vlce-Rcy refused to place tost avaricious free- "ooter In command. The second oli est inscription on the rock, is that of the Bishop of Durango. Here is his record in Spanish, viz: "Dla 28 de Sep. tie 1737, ail equl, EI Illustrlslmo Senor Doctor Don Martin de Ellzacoechea. Obispo de Du- nnrn V el Aim 23 nun nar. zuni. Here Is our translation, which In its w Rj .a uv-m.j ww.vwh. . The 28th day of September, 1737. r- rA her. th Most Illustrious Mister rlved here the Most Illustrious Mister Doctor Don Martin ot Ellzacoechea. Bishop of Durango. And on the 29 day of September, 1731, .passed on for Zuni. Members of the military expedition thnt tnV flrat rtstaaAcalnn nt ArWnns north of the Gila river in 1$3 the,countr writer being one ot that expedition left their names Inscribed upon that historic rock. A. F. BANTA, In St Johns Observer. Temperament No Defense, Woman wants divorce from her husband because she caught him painting a widow's root Being an ordinary roof painter, he cannot plead artistic temperament as an' excuse. Tho Douglas Dally International J for sale at Ball & Bledsoe's Drug Store and at Coughran's Clear standi b Brewery Gulch. 521. ' E PROTEST nil". ill r.i-rinrn. UN WMW "Copper State'' Is Insisted on as Euphonious and Containing Moaning WOMAN 1S WRITER A vigorous protest against calling i Arizona tho "Valentine State" has been received by The Review and this one comes fr-m a woman. Says I she: "Though- only a woman 1 also i vigorously protest against Arizona be. Ing called the "Valentine State." 1 am told that we hare the largest cop per mines in the country, the sec ond largest in the world Why should we not be known as the Copper State?-1 "Is it not quite as euphonious as "Uolaen State" by which California is known? Why cannot you. through tho columns or your patter make the suggestion to the public and the pow ers that be?'' The nick names that stick are those given (Inadvertently and without arorethought by one's friends and it is more than likely that Arizona's nick name will be settled on by its friends outside the state, if indeed they have not already given one In "Valentine State." Newspaper para graphers all ovor the United Slates commented on tho fact that Admis sion Day for Arizona and Valentine day were on the same date and these paragraphs have been read by hund reds of thousands of people all over tho country to whom eerafterwards Arizona will be known as the "Valen tine State.'' Of course, Arizonans would prefer something more highfaluting and grand-sounding than Valentine state, hut unrortunately nick names seldom ever are. In, the majority of cases other older states are nick named alter some particular trait of the in- habitants ot the state, some foible or I some something or other. For Instan ce, North Carolina Is known as tho Tar Heel State, and certainly there 19 nothing high grounding or grand ' about tt Bat it sticks just the same. Georgia is the "Empire State of the Soutu," .but its Inhabitants, especially when abroad in the land, are called "Goober Grabbers." They are not ,even called "Peanut Purlolgners," un lless It be in Boston. A nick name Is always an evidence 'of affection and intimacy and though ,w-e may cail ourselves Utopia, our friends would still insist on some thing less lofty. I It would do no harm for the legis lature however, lu solemn session as sembled, to declare that Arizona is the "Copper State" or any other came they choose, but it would also prooably do no good. The name "Ari zona" might be said to be what we are; our nick name will be what other people think we- are. Copper State is a good suggestion but Sunshine State has already been copped., New Slexico beat us to it .by severa.1 weeks ana the newspapers of tho state resent the suggestion that Arizona be called he Sunshine State. W BLOT PREVENTS GLEAN COURT DOCKET Parting Highball Gives to Courts Their Lone Case Had not one man taken the last drink, a record would have been ea- tabltshed in Bisbee yesterday. Had ,c,ueu w ' " i'"' " " J"" ono ,raoro. 'he " ; of the city ?urt and tht two Justice courts of BIsbce would have been a3 brief as a chapter on snakes in a certain Nat "1 History of Ireland, which it "There are no snakes in Ireland As It was tho man had 'just one more" fe" !.nt "d" of th ??PE a.nd signed the clean page of the city court docket. There was one more case in the courts In Bis bee yesterday, therefore, than there are snakes in Ireland. Snakes in TvAftvirlrtF Ireland, of course, means material bnakes that wiggle on the ground and not in the air. This man was lined 77.50 to covor the cost of ink and a page in the ity court docket. Tho city jail was as minus of pnS' oners V1" as a snlp of ! des" " f ,?"' l Sheriff Jack P.n was the guardian uul' u"c fuvi ... v.- ui.i.i. county jail, the solo occupant of the little apartment house on O. K. Trail lt would appear from this that the mlllenlum is down about Forest sta- n. """ " jo.v7. Judge High figured tip the number of criminal cases he had heard dur- . ,, tntTiJ,rrv ta 4.iotn I.. Ttta J" "'- """"- -- j -... . uee. dating from January 1. 1909. Be tween that date and February 14, tbo date of Arizona's admission into tbo union, there were 2,938 criminal caies in his justice court Of civil This Is Cochise cases there were about 700. probably the record for TO THE PUBLIC We have sold the Maze Cafe to Mike Raich and company; February 15th. 1912. Wo will collect all ac xmnts due us and pay all bills we otj. CARETTO & CO. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TOR SALE At the Y. W. C. A. Foul .Navajo rugs, a het of dishes and several coil-oil stoves. . . 122. FOR SALE At the Y. W, C. A. Four Naiajo rugs, several coal- a set of dishes and coal-oil Etoes. 122 Mi .TO INSIST ON nnamrnTir Department Will Wage a Vigorous Campaign to Make Householders Use Sewers I At ft NO MORE DELAYS$2.r,0 IS HIS SHARE I The cit sanitary department is pre paring to press its campaign for the Improvement of sanitary conditions In the city before the beginning of the rainy season, which is tho precursor, of the season of flies Notwithstanding tnert it has been threo years since the ordinance requiring owners or oc cupants of premises having links, ect., to connect with the public sewer system tho ordinance 'uts been dis regarded In some sections of the cily. The Review is requested to print parts of the ordinance cotering the vault toilet nuisance. It is as follows: Section I All persons owning or oc cupying any premises within the cor porate limits of the city of Bisbee and having or using ahy watr closet cess pool, toilet, bath or sink are hereby required to connect the same with the public sewer system of the city of BIsbce within sixty days from the taking effect of this ordinance. Section 11' All water closets and cess pools within said corporate lim its of said city, not connected with said public sewer system are herchy declared a nuisance and any person owning or using tho same is hereby required to fill or remove the same within sixty days from the taking ef fect of this ordinance. Section III Any persons violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of .a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars nor more than one hun dred dollars or by imprisonment In the city jail for not exceeding three months, or both such line and impris onment. SIMS IKES YARNELL Position Is Found foi Douglasite Well Known in Bisbee R. B. Sims, who was recently ap pointed superintendent of the state penitentiary at Florence by Gover nor Hunt, was at home yesterday from Florence, where he accom panied Governor Hunt on' an inspec tion trip. He announced last night tho appointment of Sam Yarnell as a guard of the institution and he will be made the carpenter foreman as soon as Mr. Sims takes charge. In speaking about this appoint ment, Mr. Sims stated: "Mr. Yar nell is a capable man and under stands the carpenter work thorough ly and as we have a great deal of construction work to do I do not know of a better man for the posi tion. He will leave in a few days to assume bis duties, but I shall not leave until about the first of March and Superintendent Rynning has consented to remain in charge until I get there. Three other ap pointments have been made in Phoenix and John Sikes, of Globe. was appointed assistant warden and bo has assumed bis duties and is getting familiar with the work un der Captain Rynning. I have a large number ot applications on hand now and received a dozen more this morning, but will not make any other appointments un til I get to Florence. In making the appointments I expect to recog nize each county consistent with good judgment, but my aim i3 to get only the very best men and those who are particularly adapted for this line of work. The buildings and tho Institution THE RAKE OFF IDE BY PHOENtCIAN Case of Petty Graft Is Made Clear by Circular to Notaries Bruce Pcric-y was tho first notaty public in illsbee to bo appoint' d iij UitTernor Hunt. He received his new commission yesterduy and did a land oitlce business maVing acknowledge ments. Other applications from ills nceites who were nolarle.s under Gov cinot Sloan's appointment have sent lu new applicui.ins '0 Governor Hunt and In u week or less time Bisbee will have its full quota of tbse minor but important olliclals. lilsbee applicants are making their applications direct, hotteter, instead or through agents of bonding compan ies, who have sent broadcust through the new state, notices like the follow, lng: Important, t'nocnix, Ariz., Feb. 1C, 1912. It is the prevailing opinion that No tary Commissions Issued by Territorial Governors do not hold good under the new State of Arizona. The Maricopa County Notaries are getting new applications. 1 make a bpectalty or this work, and am send ing you bond and application to the Governor herewith. If you wish me to attend to the mattir, be careful that ou sign the face of the Bond and the Oath of Office before a Justice ot the Peace or some one qualified un der the new State laws; also sign the application to the Goernor, and have at least two citizens in jour county sign the recommendation. You will return these papers to me with a check or draft for $9.30, and I will put the matter through promptly. The charge it Is notice is only J9.G0. Tho price charged for the appoint ment as notary by the stati Is $2.00, live dollars for a surety bond and this ";lnd hearted individual" nt Phoenix oners to furnish "the 'whole cheese," not including the seal at ?9. tO. SOUTHERN SOCIETY DINNER. WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 21. The Southern Society of Washington, organized a year ago by prominent I lawyers, military officers and govern- ment officials who now make Wash ington their home, has completed j elaborate arrangements for its first I annual dinner to be given tomorrow I night at the Hotel Raleigh. Ambassa dor Bryce has accepted an invitation to respond to the toast "George Wash ington." Other speakers and their sub jects will be as follows: "Southern Women," Senator Taylor of Tennes see; "The South . Today." Senator Fletcher of Florida; "Jefferson." Sen ator Williams of, Mississippi, and "Marshall." Senator Bailey of Texas PENITENTIAL CURTAIN FALLS NEW YORK. Feb. 21. The Lenten reason was ubhered in today with the customary special religious service in all Catholic and Episcopal churches In observance ot Ash Wednesday. Tho day likewise marked tho end ot the i winter social season In the metropolis. ; The exodus of society leaders to the warmer climato or the South, as well ' as to the resorts of southern Europe, ' 1b on In earnest and for forty days at least there will be little doing In the ranks ot high society. The Douglas Dalty international Is for sale at Ball & Bledsoe's Drug Store and at Coughran's Cigar staud on Brewery Gulch. 021. in general are In the very best scape and Captain Rynning de serves credit for the splendid rec ord which he has made for himself ind the Institution, which ho helped to create and build. "I shall inaugurate some changes In the policy of the Institution which I believe will better condition, but these I do not care to dUcui at present." OLD AND THE BISBEE TEAM IN PASS CITY Basketball Players Have to Win Laurels from Strongest Teams in Section SHAMROCKS FOR LUCK Tlie lilsbee "Y" basketball team ac companied by Physical liirector Rob inson, will leave this attemoon for hi Paso tp take part In the south western amateur basketball tourna ment which begins In that city tomor row afternoon and lasts through Sat urday evening. The local team la entered in tho tournament under the name ot Larry Mooneyli Shamrocks, so it will have t..e best wishes of all the Irish, which forms a considerable portion of the population of Bisbee. The front ot th,e suits of the local team is adorn ed by a large "Y" of maronlsh red more Irish and in the three angle of the letter are shamwrocks. Both Coach Henry, who has prepar ed tho team for. the tournament, and Physical Director Roblnsun, believe ' that the Bisbee team has a good chance of landing the championship shield. Mr. Robinson prepared tho El Psaso team for the tournament last year and saw the other southwestern teams work In the tournament and he bellees,that the Bisbee team has it on any of those teams. Three of the players on the lilsbee team are hold-overs of the 1910 team, which won the championship in the tournament In El Paso. The local team will be the only Arizona team entered in the tournament. I IMMIGRATION CONFERENCE I TACOMA, Wash., Feb. 21. Under the title of the Pacific Northwest Im , migration convention there was i opened in this city today tho first lm i portant conference that has been held to consider tho effects of the opening of the Panama canal upon the future development ot this section ot the United States and the Pacific coast j section ot Canada. The conference 1 will be In session two days and li i being held under tho joint auspices ot tbo commercial bodies ot Tacoma and the Industrial department ot the Y. M. C. A. The conference is based on the assumption that, with the com pletion of the canal across the Isth mus, tho flood ot 'European immigra tion to the Pacific coast will equal the present volume at Atlantic ports. The problem of how best to take care of this prospective influx of foreign set tlers with a view to the welfare of both tho newcomers and the country Is regarded!?! a serious one. Lacking the great industrial centers -which in the Eastern Jatates readily absorb the immigrants, it is believed that the best solution of the problem for the Pacific Northwest will be to devise ways and means for locating the newcomers la the agricultural communities. MINNESOTA RETAIL MERCHANTS DULUTH, Minn., Feb. 21. Govern or Eberhart ot Minnesota. President Ixmis W. Hill of the Great Northern Railway, and President John W. Lux of the National Grocers' association head the list of scheduled speakers at the annual convention of the Minne sota Retail Grocers and Genera! Mer chants' association, which assembled in this city today for a two days' ses sion. Several hundred merchants are In attendance from all over the state. Garnishment laws and the peddler evil are two of tho Important subjects slated for discussion. ALPHA DELTA PHI MEETING. SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. Feb. 21. The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, founded at Hamilton College in 1S52, began its' eightieth annual convention here today as the guest of tho Am herst chapter. The meeting will last threo days and will have as speakers President Benjamin Ide Wheeler ol the UnHersity of California, President Harris of Amherst College, and Charles S. Whitman, district attorney of New York city. NEW like Magic K C Baking Powder works like magic. Recipes formerly considered dimcult to bake now come out of the oven light, dainty and deli cious. It fairly makes you hungry to look at them. -r BAKING POWDER Is the housewife's lest friend, lighten ing her burdens as well as the food. Wherever K C is used you will find healthy, happy families and a con tented housewife. Com plies with all pure food laws, both State and rational, Jaques MXg. Co., Chicago COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO, REDUCTION WORKS . We Are Now in the Market for the Purchase of Copper Ore and Copper Matte Correspondence Solicited Address Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co. DOUGLAS ARIZONA Brief Local Items is ! Oliver Funeral. . The funeral of Frank W. Oliver took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Odd Fellow1 hall, and Interment was la the Evergreen cemetery. The Odd Fellows attended the funeral in a body, the deceased having been a member of that order. Watkins at Tombstone. - City Marshal Bassett Watkins spent yesterday In Tombstone as a witness in the injunction suit brought by the I Hoffman Bros.. Loan and Trust Co, against the City of Bisbee. He re turnod in the afternoon. The court took the case under advisement until February 29. Annual Meeting Soon. The notices of trie annual meeting and banquet of the Younp Women's ChrisUan Association are being sent ouL It will he Thursday night, Feb ruary 29 at 7 o'clock. This promises to be a most delightful affair. The members are asked to leave their names at the association by Tuesday night if they are coming to the ban quet. Play Grounds Open. The Y. W. C. A. playgrounds on quality hill will be opened on Thurs day atteruson for ueo and all mem hers and their friends are invited to visit them. Quite a number of games will be practiced such as tennis, baso ball and volley ball. If the weather permits tho formal opening -will be Monday night at 8 oclock instead ot this afternoon as has been planned Personal Mention Sheriff Wheeler passed through the city yesterday enroute to his home at Douglas. ' H. D. McVay, district manager of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company, went to Douglas yesterday, returning by automobile in tho afternoon. - . John F. Ross, a Douglas attorney, .passed through the city yesterday af- 24 W & "V. :1 J X- LtfS FQR HAS HE? A Pair of Gold Cuff Links This Is one of many practical gifts for tho gentlemen that can be found in my stock. I have made special efforts to have a complete assortment this year Quality always best Prices as low as possible, qual ity considered. The One Price Store C. M. Henkel Jeweler Si OplometrisL ternoon enroute home from the county seat. j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamburg left yesterday for Phoenix. Mr. Hamburg ! will be initiated into the Mystic Shrine while there. . L. L. Oilman has gone to Phoenlt to take tho Masonic degree of Mystic Shtino. Mr. Bessolo and party left yester day for Los Angeles and San Diego, Cal., in Mr. Bessolo's new Reo car. going by way of Morencl, Clifton and Yuma. Joe Kendal and family leave today for New York, wnere they will sail for Liverpool, Eng. II. T. Pelton left Tuesday evening for New York City, on business. Otto Em, traveling freight and passenger agent of the Texas & Pa cific, with headquarters at El Paso, was In the city jesterday. Douglas Gray of Tombstone was in he city yesterday. Guy Shipley, the driver for the Wells, Fargo Express company has been transferred to Albuquerque, N M., He will be express messenger on the run from Albuquerque to Sellig man, Arizona. Mrs. F. O. Williarr.8 and two daugh ters will leave Sunday morning for Ixufelana to visit relatives and friends. The will be gone about two months. Mr. Williams will accom pany them as far as El Paso. N?