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THE SiSBEB DAILT REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, A? RIL 21, 1912.
PAGE FIVE r WAN I SHE FOR REFORNE Si CENTURION ILL DIKE GREAT IIK Unless Cochise County Gets Busy Institution May Go to Graham MR. BALL TELLS OF IT mat Benson ftanils- in da user of sing the rctorra school and that in. stitution may be removed to Graham Bisbeeites Who Looked Over Say It Needs Developing It T HAS BEEN BUSy Judge Sutter Disposes Large Amount of Routine Work of; Had Any Jewelry Accidents? If you have bring the broken perts In and have tbii repaired Our work U turned out in first cluas condition, everything guaranteed. THE ONE PRICE STORE C. M. Heilkle, Jeweler and Qptomeriat Five well known Bisbceites made T0M11ST0NE. April 20 Judge Sut the trip on Friday out to the Dragoous tcr in the superior court has been and to tbo Centurion mine and all busy during the past week and has fe of th,m returned convinced thai disposed ot considerable business dur- l lie naa seen it property that had i.. ., ,.. .Mi, .. , .. m . . . . !" i-o iwsh vv !..tnn. .k. , "u "".::. ."'" maKing 01 a gieai mine wun . , sT r.nn'UV ,'" "'ri.,"'" J.u"lfci frther development nnd depth. This n ,r : ,''"X ."".?" ;? S1 1-ropcrty is slxty-thrce miles from ..... ..,..... .Ui- i.wi.u; ui V.UV1UCC Iilgbeo a Bisbee and lately, owing to natlsfat- ievf?n! ,f,.5 "i" l5 L ' .b. "s considerable attention. plaed. Is Indicated li a letter wIiIcm' U.IB ...AllJ 1.. W- ,,-. ! -1... ICelt ...... ..vt..CTi u. iuc wuimcrewi eiuj Kchmld, L. -! ,"u,u'.,le',sr,"lus"0,.J' al- etrom and ii' mat itrui-r mriuer muicaic-b lhat the Cochise county represent:- lives nave nan one put oer them." Mr Ball's Mter is Yesterday .nornlng J. H Jack, Jakob AI Overlock. Neal Ocker- 11. Carruto left Bisbee in Jlr Jack's car anil started for tho Dragoon 'Thtv renort that tlwv niade the run of s'xty-three miles in WU3 o- riiivrii .k. i j .i.. :- he?i? , ; "::, n ,3.."Yr. '. . " territorial boulevard fnnnn.tn.1 -.. r n, l l.l.- l DClVV wi.iwihiw 1-v.uuu k. ai l uuu(i uih.V'1 lor a reirovni oi tuc institution from this count). In his letter to tup secretary of tbo club Air Dalj sajs In 'part "Vou will notice by the ixipers thst tho governor has appointed a com mission to Inspect the reform school at Benson and ilso to recommend its lemoval In the committee room 1 made an amendment to the bill. whereby een this city and Douglas. Arriving at the Cunturton property the entire lart went under ground beginning their inspection on tho 52.". level. There they Mate they saw much ore blocked out and it was o'l Ibis Ieel where there vai pointed out one vein to them which runs 90 ounces in silver From tho Z2Z level the party want up to the iio wheie there was also much commercial ora in sight The intermediate levels t hit frn nnini AiiTil . n rorced to appoint one of the conimis-' !-v, did, not visIt b,It wcnt VP t0 1Uc .w.. v,v,io. lirUlll.1 Jll V.-IV All of the party were enthusiastic as to the ore in sight and all de clared they had never visited a cop per property where more had been accomplished with the same expendi ture of mone.v B. Carreto hps t propertv of his own, stlli in the Initial prospect stage. 3SIATE WOULD IKE slon committee of the whole the fight was llerce and e had the battle won, but upon the assurrnce of one of the members of the majority that the governor would appoint a Co chise man on the commission I withdrew- tho amendment." CVlllMnnlniT Mr rtn!' ctnfnc IViaf itl tlmatelv the irovernor anointed mein I "l"0" ' H 's "id that he has ex btrs from Alancopi. Yavapai and ,8. 1 1'endcd upwards of 5.000 on woiP, norcd Cochise, despite the promlso an" which Is but eight miles from made or imp'Ied bv the member ot ' tlle Centurion the majority referred to. The Co-t ' chise delegation, he states, has made up its mind that it Is the Intent hive a recommendation made oi of Graham countv. I Representative Ball asks the clun and the people of the district and of the countv to get busy and sus I have no doubt jou can show the commubion a site in Cochise county where thev comd nut the school on tbo cottage plan and carry out the ideas they have in view, as well a In Graham or any other count of the state. I would suggest that jou people Keep in touch with this matter with a view of keeping t'" school in "Dear Old Cochise" "The mr.ttpr referrod to Is one ol ital interest not to Benson alone, 1 ut (he whole countv," said Secretary Crav If rnson cannot keep it there other sections of the county might obtain It ' HP added tnat he would take the matter up with the Douglas Chamber of Commerce an-i beek to et concerted action on the Subject alnn the lines asked by He.irestutative Ball and that the til lectors of the t'ominicial club wouid consider the matter at their meeting on Wednesday 2 O PEOPLE 2 O AND THE PRIZE BExUJTY CHORUS! Merry Musical Nights! The Event of tho Season! One Long Loud Laugh THE GIRLIEST OF ALL GIRL SHOWS! 2 Complete Shows Sunday, 7:00 and 9:00 p. Prices 16c 25c 35c and 50c EXTRA COUNTY TO BE GIVEN NAME OF HUNT Legis-for Continued from Page Ouci and tho senate onlj held a short morning session. It was long enough to kill the compulsory investment bill relating to insurance premiums, by a oto ot U to C The bill dis posed of was a senate measure, the bouso having killed a bill of similar Bill Introduced in lature Provides Advertising I'lans for the sstematic advertis ing of the resources ot Arizona, mln cral, agricultural and comerclal, are contained in a bill that has been pre parod for presentation to the legis lature bj the Arizona Develpoment board, a cop ot which has been sent to Secretarj- Gray of the Commercial club The bill provides for a bureau of immigration and carries with it an appropriation of $12,000 annauallv As vet little can be learned as to the prospects ot the pasbagc of the pro posed measure. The bill that has been drafted by the board provides for a state board of commissioners, to be known as tho Bureau of immigration and Publi city. According to its provisions, this board shall consist ot seven mem bers, tho governor to bo an ex-of-ticio member and the other six to be apiointed by the executive No twu members shall be residents of the samo county, and not moro than three of the same political parti, the olr Jcut being to obtain a nonpartisan board. The bill further provides for the cmplpyment of a secretary appointed bv and holding office at the pleasure An order was entered In the case of Stoner vs the Paradise and Cali fornia Mining conipany grantiug judgment to the defendant. An order was made in the case of Levy vs Frank Graf, dismissing tho case. The case of Brandon vs J. AI. Mu Lelm was set for trial on Alay 31. Tho cases of Wm. Kline vs K. and B. V. Crowley were both appealed to the supreme court after the motions for a new trial had been denied In the case ot Gleason vs Costelloi for debt in tho sum of $1,000,000, the motion asking for a change ot enue from this court to the United States . court was denied. An application! will now bo made beforo the Judge i of tbo United States court at Phoe-1 nix during the present week. The decision of that court will be watched with interest as the point involved' v ill arise in any number of cases that might bo filed In the territory in tho. future. An order was entered dismissing the case of M O Tcachout vs II. L.I Hudspeth and a similar order in tliej case of Hudspeth vz Tcachout. Both, cases were from Douglas A motion for u new trial was asked for In tho case of Aurella Sparks vs John M Sparks which was denied. Notice of appeal was then. given to the supreme court. J The case of Harrison vs the South ern Pacific company for damages was Slates court at Phoeniv ' An order was made dismissing the case of Frank Towers vs Sarah Tow-! crs. a Bisbee divorce case. In the case of II L. Johnson s Banning, Vail aid Wright, a motion was granted dismissing as to Wright, ?irl the defendants riven six days to lllc an amended answer J D. Boone, of Wilcox, was granted a decree of divorce from Clara C. Boone. In the case of Laura J B. Lloytl vs W D Klusey a default was en tered, judgment cvarded the plain tiff and an order of sale made to sell the property involved at sheriff's sale A decree of divorce was granted in tho case of C Van Wye vs Alar garite Van Wye An order was entered in the case of Fidelity Savings and un Ass!!.. s. Devote dismissing it for want of prosecution. To FormuPt Rules. Judge Sutter ha3 made an order In the superior court appointing Fletcher I M. Doan. George Nealo and A C.I Lockw-ood, a committee to confer tvith the court In forming a set -of! rules of practice to be used In tli'-i future for practice In the superior i court The committee will confer with the court at an early date Insanity Cases. Tli fillrprlnr PAilrt bnz hofl iu. Insanltv cases hefnre It d.irinir the I necessary under the waists of the day. I past few davs. Yesterday afternoon j Rad our model Is shaped by French Mrs. Alice Saunders, wife of Doctor I "earns In both front and back. For Saunders of Douglas, was before the eheer materials this corset cover may commission and the court and was I be made of silk or satin and for other ordered committed to the asylum. ' uses of organdie, batiste, cambric and hne nas ucen suneting tor several, rndlsh lonccloth. number of at-' xim nattom fr.r.snv ic rut in ! r.i 0RPHEUM THEATRE FRANK De ATLEY Presents Matinee Girl Co. With DAN RUSSELL And A BIG, STRONG SUPPORTING CO. TONIGHT AND MONDAY NIGHT Gay Coney Island Practical Fashions rADY'S FITTED CORSET COVER. lift WW EASTERN MARKETS YE S T E R D AY Theatre JAKOB SCHMIP. Owner and Mgr. The Five Cent Show is Here to Stay NEW PICTURES-PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY Admission 5 Cents) The greatest volume of entertainment for the price in the Southwest 25 JVcw Reels O' Pictures A Week SIR- O Y A THEATRE I.H iJ; -PATHE'S WEEKLY" "The Animated Newspaper" Showing the Arizona delegation at tho White House awaiting the signing of the proclamation making tho Territory of Arizona STATU, and Presi dent Taft at hio desk iu the executive ortlces Mgnin? the proclama tion admitting Arizona to statehood and other interesting subject of current events. "JUSTICE OF THE DESERT" Vitagraph Ufo Portrajal. "THE SENTRY ON GUARD" Great Napoleonic War production. "A SIREN OF IMPULSE" A beautiful Spanish story. Little Kate Powers in Illustrated songs and speciiltics. Sunday matinee at 2:30 Admission 10 cents. Evening performance commences at 7 o'clock. Admission 10 and 15 cents. 5580 (B L. J. Overlook) BOSTON. April 20.-The concrs ot- cned with a rush this morning, and jman specialties were notably j strong. We bellevo .firmlj In the metal market, and think that copper I will have a further advance. Activi ty anu speculation Iu the lni ,-n... pers is increasing, and we should see a further rallj all through the list next week. PAINE. WEBBER and CO. j uiai sales ZJJi.TOO. j I CLOSING QUOTATIONS, April 20 I New York I Amalgamated S3 1-S Anaconda "" 12 ::-4 !t?ll,son 1081-S 'Baltimore and Ohio 1071-2 Chesapeake and Ohio 78 3-1 1 I Canadian Pacific 25 ' . ;re 3G3-1 ; Great Northern 1311-1 ' Lehigh Valley kui.21 Missouri Pacific 4Si.! - -- - w I City Cleaning and Dye Works R. 0. OWEN and F. S. DAVENPORT, Props. Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. Suits Made to Order. Hats cleaned md blocked b a-i experienced hatter. We havo the only molern cleaning plant In thi.. sectfon of the southwest, which enables us to clean the daintiest fabrics. ALL WORK GUARANTLED. CIVC US A TRIAL. Phone 47 Emporium Building, Bisbee. Arizona. Import in that branch several days the state, and nothing for exhibits ago. Davis of Maricopa says he will wunin me simc. nontns and made a llltlia HJ B-i.I UC1KN lfO. MUCildil , ,, t,, ,.. ...... ...,! and Hawley acted with the court in """.."" "u. 'J .'". . ;'"-uu" this case requires x jara oi .n mcu raaie- Thls mornirg Luis Losa of Lowcil r,a nf tlin lio-lrrt nf .n ann.ml cnlnrv f Ts exanillie.l oeiore me commission,! io pio-ure uiw pmiern --mil. nna ., -Vn . ' ...Ti . .!- ".iT-'Drs. N. C Bledsoe .nd H. II. Huchart ,0 "J'aturn Department." or tm patxr .,UV17 1U UUU1UUU IU IUIB, U1CI., ... , ... . . , board ma expend a sum not to ex-. cecu $4,000 on exhibits outside of flu, fitln.l pnrul rnvnr In nlienltitol r i -"'SSO MrvnnMii.Mfii,.!. J Northern Pacific 12U3-S New York Central 119 1-1 Pennsylvania , 1213-1 Reading 165 Rock Island 28 7-8 Sugar 128 1-4 Steel Common - ... 70 7-b Steel Pfd 'm 1121-2 SL Paul 110 1-J Southern Pacific .'" 112 3-1 Fnion Pacific 1713-4 next week bring in a modified bill on the same subject An effort to bring equal suffrage to a ote was defeated when Wood of Maricopa county made a point of order that a two-thirds vote would be required to bring up the bill in question. It had been sent to the suffrage and election committee to be reported back to the benato on April 2J Wlren Woods made his "pnblicitv point of order before the vote was taken, tho motion was withdrawn. The entire mater came about by rea son ot the anticipated absence from tbo senate of Senator Sims, who left tonight lor his homo In Bisbee If was tho desire of htose who are op posed to the blll to hava a vote taken when Sims la pr-etuU Later a pair was arranged with Worsley, so bis absence will have no effect on tho llndl vote Two new bills of interest were In troduced during tho day bj Senator Lovin. one for the protection of re spect to the American flag, and sec ond, for the licensing of athletic con tests. Including glovo contests, the last named events not to exceed twonty-lve rounds, and to be with fcvo ounce gloves or heavier During the coming week it can be well ostlmatcd if the work can be completed within tho sixty days time limit, or If additional time will be required and an extra session be made necessary. Many are hopeful that the work canbe concluded by May 17. While the outcome of the need for an extra session is in doubt, one thing is certain tonight, there has been so much fun poked at the majority over their failure to pass a recall measure that the coming week will see much accomplished, U State, county and citj officials are required to furnish the board such reports as it may from time to time require. Tho board is permitted to receive and disburse contributions from out sido sources. There Is thus left the sum of JCGOO, besides outside contri butions, to be used for otfrie expenses, advertising and other methods of The bill is drafted along the lines of the laws lu operation in New Mcxi co. California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington, according to statements contained 'in the letter to Secretary Cray. and the court and was ordered com mittcd His case was a general case of dementia. He hstr, a wife living at Lowell wto made tho complain: against him. He imagines ho has a lot of money coming to him and wants to build a number of houses' la Bisbee. i Both of the unfortunates wera taken to Phoenix this afternoon b Deputy Sheilff JIowc. The county machine was used in going to Ben son. Trial Jury Ordered. An order was made in the superior "iVrilo nam- and address plainly, and b euro to Elvc ilze and number ot pattern. Na 5560. NAME TOWN STREET AND NO. STATE SIZE.. Whiti Wool Velli. With the comlnc ot cool days the court this morning calling the trial i white Shetland wool veils are much jury to report on May cth at 0 a za. The names of those who will serve la that capacity vlli be drawn dur ing the next few Jays: by County Re corder Murphy, Sheriff Wheeler anl f'lerk James Fifty names will be drawn. Jud to' the ixroplo by the middle of the week. yeware of the Houso-KIy. Read Hpaltb Ad on I'jso 3 and Swat The Fly. See President Taft give Arizoua statehood at noyalthlH afternoon Dr Douglas Here Dr. James Douglas, the bead of the' Phelps Dodge interests, arrived in Bisbee Friday afternoon, and Is the guest of his son, Walter Douglas, gen eral manager of the southwestern in terests ot the company, who met Dr. Douglas in HI Paso and accompanied him o Bisbee. Dr. Douglas has al ready visited tho Phelps Dodge coal interests at Dawson, N. M.. and while In the southwest will visit the south western extension between Falrbank and Tucson, and the mines at Naco zari. Son. He will be In this section of the country about two weeks ni3oAW 1 oijoi qsjujnj. 1 2aj nmss aidounuB'suoj u( 8SSUBnq ui dn ls ;iss3nno. aqj atiqi-. 'n3A( euisn oql Japan -(g&reqann n amoq H eptn qvno; am JsojAtJc; 3ra't patiea sjos nt Pll aqi 'qaiAoivsj J'SStn-q pdIB3 pm ap3j93(J O) TO.J.W pnosaB 9qj 'nosin, JO njjo; ajQ eqi onodoAd jiasmjq pan3 'anaqiy oj pam oo 'gnoa aitj psq inuj "sj Ijqi i"Arf pamun nutn v :subii'bij "lpia.fiQ'J ?r p uamoaaqd upuljua i yriliqAj jo apJmBxa pooS u 6jtj, J - -ssujm uiej jo ajnjxjyg If you contract typhoid it's fault see Health Ad on Page J. our See President Taft give Arizoua jtalchood at Roval this afternoon none urct le Europe, wheie the Iil lu0 n honey seems to be much better ui derstood than In the United States, enormous quantities arc used. Or late years we seem to be waking to a realization or the value of hone7 as a wholesome and delicious article o' food, and alo as to -Its preservative qualities. Cakes and sweetbread made with sugar corn become dry and crumbly, and to get the good ol in evidence on motor hats. Tbey are draped somewhat like a widow's mourning veil, li Is true, but are worn by old and young alike. What will take their place when zero weather arrives It is hard to prophesy, al though there Is a whisper that the fur bordered veil of heavy chiffon will be ns Kpu!ar here as in Russia. These veils have the advantage or disadvan tage of being very costly, for the fun used at the edges muH be seal, otter, sable or some other expensive short haired pelt, light In weight and there fore high in price. May. Jul Wheat 11. "5 109: Corn -waj ax 7S3-8 July 7C.5-8 September 74 7-S The Smokehouse Cigar Stand The best equipped place in the city. Library, reading room, Card tables, Comfortable chairs, etc. Come in when down town and make yourself at home. J. C. WHITE, Proprietor Main Street. Opposite Schwartz Bros. Boston Adventure 111-8 Arizona Commercial ".'. 3 7-8 Allouez 48 1-2 Centennial 271-2 Calumet and Hecla 493 Calumet and Arizona 74 1-21 Copper Range C5 3-8 East Butte 14 3-S Granby GS 1-2 Greene Cananea 9 3-8 Hnacock 311-2 1 Notwithstanding the price of sugar and flour is up in an aero plane we are still producing Bread and Cakes of the same high quality as usual, and at rne same old price. ' , A4j, Vienna Bakery J. R. Pillow, Prop. Problem cf Ready Mades. Is It possible to look distinctive, ervn though one dresses in the ready teem must be eaten when fresh; but mados? The answer: Yes, It Is. If when they are made up with honey, onc chooses to buy the dress that Is they seem to retain tbelr moist frosts alway fully made, but which generally ness indefinitely. In France honey needs a few aljeratlons in ordw t? fl bread a year or eighteen months old f correctly, she can make it bespeak In- Is preferred to that Just made They say: "It has ripened " It is th preservative, or rather the uncnans lng, quality of boncy that makes It so popular with the best confectioners.- Tbe CnrUttar Herald Retort Discourteous. An Englishman and a Welshman dlsipqltng in'whos,ecounfr.yjwaOthe best -llTldg, tho , XVcJihman said: "There Is such noble housekeeping In Wales that I have known above a dozen cooks employed at ,one wed ding "dinner." "Ay," answered the Englishman, "that was because every xnxa toasted his own cheese." See health ad ot page . Section I see health ad o-j jg 3, Section i llviduallty by adding different toucbef that (appeal lo her. She Knows what Is In tho makeup of tho much higher' priced creations and tbese can be add d at home with so very small an out lay that when tho dress is attended It will never be thought to have been taylhlng so expensive as you really fld buy Avail yourself of bargains, and then make them dliUncdri.. , z tV f -. James'-H.f Blu'and 3Uss Ettiel Hajncs were "united In marriage by JusUco T. D. Burdick at tbo justico's office ou April 17. Other marriage ceremonies performed by that Justice last week were: Cbas T. McGowan and Miss Luz Silva. and John Rad cliffo and Miss Mary Maltland. All of tho weddings occurred at tbe of fice ut tho Justice Helvetia 1 Indiana 21 Inspiration Consolidated .... 191-2 Lake 17 Michigan .", Masachusetts 83-i Mohawk CC 1-2 Miami 2G Mayllowor 17 1-i North Butte 321-2 Nevada Consolidated 20 Nipissing 8 ! Old Colon Ul-bj Osceola 118 Quincy 90 Ray Consolidated 19 7-8 Shannon 151-2 Shattuck 22 Utah Copper 63 7-S Phelps Dodge 225 Wolverine Ill Winona 71-8 Victoria ... .. .'.... 5 Curbs Saginaw bid " Abmeok 300 II and L. . 5 B. and A. ax - Cactus 17 Denn , Cl-8 Davis Daly '.. 1 7-S I ,!,..-... ! tMxv"il"ium -(. I. LTL. ' - , -. 'tr 1 Lucky' Tiger ,. . . .f. - - 7. - 7 " North Ijvke " 81-2 North TIgor 13 Raven " Nacozari '2 Rosalia .- Sierra J 1-3 San Antonio Bohemia i 1-1 War With Mexico Is predicted. But you can still get those fine, fat spring chickens and eastern oysters at THE BUSY BEE CAFE Bisbee and Lowell O. K. LIVERY and UNDERTAKING Co. ROBERT HENNESSY. Trop. Phone IS. Op. Depot Ambulance S W Miami 9 Tonopah 71-2 Tuolomnc .3J-I Warrior 100 v"arren bid ., 3 Wolverine . .' r.O .Yukon "J 3-1 n Zinc 271-2 JT Mills isjjsjgj!flgligfrg "" ' . President Taft will aign Arizona id mlsslon proclamation at Royal this1 afternoon. ! Typhoid is Provcntible oh Pass S T1Ib How. laceLiverv and Undertaking Co. Bowsn A. Hubbard, Proprietor. Automobile; for , hire. Health Ad Phone rhont Blihc 21 l.affttl 7 .l , - A - '.jtWi . 44 "-"J ---