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THE RISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, DE CEMBER 3, 1912.
U. S. Marshal States His Ac
tivities Are Ended and
That Hereafter He Will
Stay Out of It
IS LOYAL "REPUBLICAN
Wketbor lie continues to Eorve as
United States Marshal until the ex
piration of his present commission,
which would b In May, 1316, or
whether the democrats will Insist on
his turning this office oer to them at
an earlier date. It Is the Intention of
United States Marshal Charles 11.
Overlook to permanently retire from
politics rhen ho Is relieved of dls
present office, according to a state
ment made by him In BIsbee yester
day. (Mr. Overlook has been one of
the supporting pillars of the republi
can party In Arizona for twenty-flve
years, tin the. last campaign he was
a loyal supporter of that party and
did bt was possible for President
Taf t, though realizing from the begin
ning of the campaign that Arizona
was wedded to Woodrov Wilson, the
Mr. Overlock arrived In Hlsbee yes
terday, coming from Douglas, where
he had been on official business and
also to look after his proierty inter
ests In that city. The United States
marshal comes to Cochise county at
this time for the purpose of serving
those who were defendants by the
railroad companies in their suit to
prevent the alteration of the three
cent fare Wll In this state. These de
fendants are W G. Gllmore, county
attorney, E. A. Tovrea and AV. H.
Hiophy of this city and C. O. Ellis,
'Mr. Overlock has not been In his
homo county for six months and stat
ed last night that he was surprised
and pleased to see .the improved con
ditions here since that time.
When Mr. Overlock was sounded In
regard to the marshal's office and the
likelihood of his retaining it under a
democratic administration, be stated
that he knew of no reason that would
be "urged for his removal before his
commission shall expire. "Of course,"
said he ' realize that It will be easy
to dislodge me if It be decided that
such offices shall be vacated by re
publicans to make room for a demo
cratic applicant. If that be the de
termination and all are treated alike
If shall have no cause to complain."
Mr. Overlock stated that when he
gives up Ills present office it Is his
Intention to return to Cochise where
ihe has resided sinro 1SS2 and make
bis home in Douglas, where he has
much real estate In both the business
'end residential districts of that city.
LOWELL HIED ABE
TBI SI801G FOB SUBS
The game of soccer Sunday at War
ren started red hot with Ixjwell bom-
Larding the Stars goal for 6 minutes.
Unit the Stars broke away and going
dear through the Whitehead openel
a" score. "
" Immediately on the restart Barnes
equalized for Lowell with a splendid
shot. Thenceforth there was practi
cally only one team in the picture,
lxwell having affairs all their own
way and winning by seven goals to
3 by the Stars.
Jim Johnson was brilliant, break
ing away time after time and scor
ing thtec goals. Karnes got two.
Growe one and Captain Mitchell got
a peaalty goal, and missed one. There
was not a weak place on the I.owell
team, but on the Stars side the re
deeming features were the playing of
IHUr Johnstone and Whitehead. The
Stars scorers were Whitehead, Ash
man, who xot the best goal of the
game, and Ed Johnstone.
.'foxt Sunday's game will be the
plajod tie between Knights of Colum
iHs and Canyon Stars
The football dance on Saturday eve
ning was very successful, and the
waltzing competition keenly contest
ed, Mr. and Mrs. J N. McArdle being
adjudged winners on a close decielou
ql quality. H poBsonces that
jpfcfen color and rich Jura fla
vor Hot found In otlr brands
AH cans sealed r tight,
whole gra.ns ground to your
J. B. ANGIUS
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Unusually Attractive Event
Scheduled for the "Y"
Tonight - Ben Jackson
Meets Kid Stone
A NESTLING MATCH
One of the best louts of the season
will bo pulled off at the Y. M. C. A.
at eight o'clock this evening when
lien Jackson, a local boy considered
to bo the leading middle weight box
er in this part of the country, will
meet Kid Stone, a fighter with a re
putation on the Pacific coast.
Kid Stone is said to be one of the
best men of his weight on the Pacific
coast as he has been pitted against
some of the best fighters, coming out
with tho ictory nearly every time.
Stono Is & ft bOl-S Inche high
and weighs ISO pounds. His reach Is
a little longer than Jackson's but the
local boy has the better of him when
It comes to weight. Jackson weighs
157 pounds, is 5 ft. 9 1-3 Inches ami
has a splendid defensive and foot
Tfcte fight will be for three rounds,
tho man getting two out of three
downs bolng declared the winner. O.
M. Spicer will be the refet'ee, Oscar
Doyle and Captain Hod son will be the
Following the boxing tournament
there will Vfs a wrestling bout In
which John Key. the well-known
crack man of "Y"fame will meet Roy
Benton, the speedy catch as catch cna
man. This promises to be one of the
best wrestling matches as the two
men are almost In like trim, both
having practiced at the "Y" continu
ally. 'When weighed last Key was
slightly heavier than Benton but tne
differences in size are so small that
the advantage gained Is hardly to be
No admission will be asked 'or
these two bouts and every one will
be welcomed as usual. A large num
ler of spectators have signified their
intention of attending so that all who
hope to set a good place from which
to see the flght,s bad better reach the
Y M. C A. before eight o'clock.
CROWDS ATTEND HI
JEW STORE OPENING
Lowell Turns Out En Masse
to Inspect and Admires
When the lights In the new Phelps
Dodge store In Lowell were turneu
on for the first time at C o'clock last
n ght, a projonge dbhout arose from
several hundred people waiting to be
admitted to the beautiful new store.
A Hood of light enveloped tho whole
business district oi Lowell and It
looked as If new life had come to the
town. 'Promptly at 7 o'clock the
doors were o))ened and a constant.
stream of people passed in and out
examining the handsome interior and
the goods on' display until 9 o'clock
when the doosa were again closed.
The handsomest feature of the new
Phelps Dodge store, Le&ides the show
windows which are the finest seen
cutside of the very largest citlec la
the arrangement of the interior wtfich
WBb done bj an architect of store
equipment. The interior, including
the casings, show cabes, etc., are ail J ,.,,..
r.r oim bv hihtv niuhed As1Dut whether
one enters, first is seen the dry
goods department which is arranged
in an open horse shoe extending
lengthwise clear across the center of
the store. On lhe left is the men's
hat department, furnishing goods de
partment shoe dojiartment and the
dress goods department. On the
right are the cand, cigar, drug, gro
cery and hardware departments. In
the rear o' the dry goods department
Is the office and wrapping rooms,
shut off by a three foot railing. In
this enclosure, the vault is situated,
a large steel encased room with the
latest burglar proof safes.
In the rear on the right. Is a stair
way, leading up to the street above,
which Is reserved for the employes.
Here are also situated the ladles'
On the left in the rear Is the stair-
way leading to the order department
and store rooms wmen are consiaerea
1o be the most complete of their kind.
Instead of filVng orders tor groceries
rrom the department below, they will
be filled here, thus keeping the con
stant neat appearance in the store.
Vegetables will all be guarded by a
larse screen so that they will not be
handled by the passing customer.
thus Insuring the sanitary condition
I so seldom obtained. Only the sales
men will be allowed to nanaie me
fruits and vegetables but the custom
er will be able to make chcr.ca as
AH orders will be sent out from tho
rear of tho building.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
wKh I.OCAI, APPLICATIONS. thy
cannot rwich the seat of the Jlwae. Ca
tarrh U a blood er coMtltutlenal rtUan.
and In order to cui It you mart take In
ternal remedies. Haifa Catarrh Care Ir
taken latenialtr. and atts directly upon
h i.ini unit mucous surfaces. Halls
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
was m-maliiea oy one oi j vi "'
slclan In this country for ream and la
a regular prescription. It Is composed of
the bent tonics known, combined with tfee
beat blood partners, acting directly on the
tnucons surface. The perfect combina
tion or the two InaTedlcnta Is what pro
duce Mieh -wonderful result In curing
catarrh Send for tnstimoalal. free.
y. 3. CHENEY & CO- Prop- Toledo, O
Bold by DruzsJst. prtc Kc.
Tk Hall's ra.aU Ka tor coaUpV.lon.
GOl. OHIAPA IS
NOW IN DOUGLAS
Fighting Prefect Who .Was
Prominently in Limelight
During Revolution Is
IS LONG-IN PRISON
(By W. H. Loomls.)
Col. Francisco Chlapa Is at pres
ent employed In Douglas In charge
of a gang of laborers at the Queen
smelter, having decided to remain
in the United States until he can
see an opportunity to render ser
vice to his own country.
it may be that the border press
was rather severe "on the colonel
at the time of his active service In
defense of the old Diaz government
and of his splendid efforts' to re
sist the progress of the Madero rev
Plenty of Americans now have
reason to wish that Mexico had
yielded many others as faithful as
he In support of the grand old man
who had made Americans so wel
come and so safe In their many
enterprises in the sister republic,
and regret the bouquets that were
tossed over the line In encourage
ment of the great reformer who has
never protected any foreigner since
hs csmc ists- power, and who even
spoke against the Americans and
declared In more than one speech
to his men that he was a supporter
of tht doctrine, "Mexico for tho
The Diaz government was good
at Its fountain head, but Its . long
duration had seen the establishment
of little dynasties, of petty prefects
and local officials whose bearing
toward the common people wri
practically tntoieraoie, tnese offi
cials having no scruples In using
and abusing their poor for the
solo benefit of their own family
bunch, and sons, sons-in-law and
nephews always were to be found
In favor in the little district capi
When the great test came In So
nora, and those at the crib were
called upon to do something for the
authority back of them, the power
to which they owed the favors they
enjoyed, all these grafters flunked
i and fled.
, ' Chiapa Struck.
Col. Chlapa, prefect of tho dis
trict of Moctezuma, was the only
one In the whole bunch who was
not terrified at the thought of hav
ing to fight, but ho alone began a
most strenuous campaign in loyal
support of the government which
had made him, and whose pay he
had enjoyed, recognizing his moral
obligation to help It in Its time of
(need, and so well did he establish
and maintain a prestige as a fight
ing man that the mere name,
"Chlapa," was enough to stampedo
Much has been written of the
Talamante incident at Salmaripa.
Col. Chlapa ordered
those executions or whether ho sim
ply carried out orders from a su
perior Is of little Importance, as he
found there that the most horrible
abuses of warfaro had been commit
ted, perhaps not with the consent
of the Talamantes bunch, but as
a direct and logical result of their
One little daughter of a promi
nent citizen of Nacari, who was
visiting the family of the cowardly
prefect of Salmaripa, who fled, de
serting bis family to their fate, was
ravished by that bunch of toughs
who followed Salamantes, and her
enraged father, who soon learned
of the crime, voluntarily attached
himself to the command of Col.
Chlapa and went with him in much
of the campaign.
When the end came and the Diaxt
government was no more, tho new
administration. In full keeping with
Its general line of blunders, In
carcerated CoL Chlapa Instead of
recognizing In him, a most valuable
citizen, and then- began a year and
a half of suffering, danger. Insult
and abuse, the recital of which
would seem rather to belong to the
AH through these dark days there
was one who never failed him, and
who took her snare of all his suf
ferings and humiliation that one
was his faithful wife, a lady of
culture and fine musical talent.
Sho cheered him by a word
through Iho bars whenever 'possi
ble. She worked constantly by all
the Influence she could bring to
sear to secure his liberation, and
even frustrated an attempt to take
him from the Salmaripa Jail and
execute him by haying a hired posse
We Have What You Want
The largest line of novelties ever displayed in Bisbee.
Our prices are below those shown on Eastern mar
kets, when you consider quality.
,We will be pleased to have you look' before pur
chasing as this will convince you; to enumerate all
would require too much space. Let us convince you.
Henkel Jewelery Co.
of fighters oil band peeping around
corners when the event was about
to come off, and by circulating ex
aggerated reports as to the posse's
strengin, wmen uispiay uiscomiu
ed the cowardly assassins who
sought the colonel's life, and saved
him from a horrible death.
When the final "order came, which
made Chlapa once more a free man,
be hastened to return to the scene
of his former activities and went
His reception was accompanied by
embarrassing Incidents as over
zealous admirers vlva-ed for Chlapa
and gathered around him until he
was Innocently made to appear to
bet an organizer against the gov
ernment and saw his only safety
lay in leaving Mexico until the
time should arrive when he may
again be able to take up .residence
there In the country where his
heart lies, and whose faithful cham
pion he has ever been.
The Brewery Racket Store
We have now on display a complrte as
sortment of HOLIDAY GOODS of every
description that defy competition. Come
quick and make your selections early be
fore the rush comes to hand Presents for
both yaungand old, high andlow, rich and
For the Little Tots
Dolls 25 cents to
Rattlers 5 to
Doll Buggies 75 to
Tin Roller Toys 5to
Little wagons 25 to
Express wagons 25 to .50
Express Wagons 90 to2.50
Games 10a.ro .50
Toy Tea Sets 10 to $1.50
Tin Horns 5c to
Rubber Balls 5c to
Toy Trunks 20c to
Garden Tool Sets 15 to 2d
Banks 10 to 1.50
Teddy Bears and.Ted-
dy Dolls 25c up.
Toy Guns and Pistols
5c to .50
Target Guns 75 to 3.00
Stuffed Animals 10c
and Sulkies, all prices.
Harmonicas 5 to $1.00
Musical Toys, many kinds.
Moving Picture Outfits.
Wash Tubs and Boards,
Toy Pastry Sets.
We have recently added to our already complete line
a handsome assortment of Candies, Chewing Gum.
The Tree decorations are beautiful, Tinsel Festoon
ing paper. Xmas stockings, Tinsel Decorated Bells.
Flying Angels and Glittering effects of all denomina
tions. The Xmas Booklets and Cards are many thousand.
All prices and of the most beautiful designs. The best
line of Local View Post Cards in the City together
with Burro, Indian and Arizona and Xmas scenery
Cards at 1 ct. each. All comic and sentimental
Cards 10c doz., 3 doz 25 cts.
DONT FORGET THE' RACKET 'STORE ON
BREWERY GULCH, We 'have the ' above named
articles and thousands more too numerous to mention
J. W. WOOD, Prop.
of RACKET STORE,
Had Madero recognized In Col
onel Chiapa a loyal and most cour
ageous citizen or .-uexico, one
whose only thought was fidelity to
his patrla, he might well have won
him to his support, and under his
leadership Sonoru would have been
spared the loss and humiliation In
cident to the recent Red Flag raids.
Quite possibly the little aid, which
would .have completed Huerta's trap
at Cachtmba, had Blanco and San
qulnez rushed over instead of dilly
dallying two months at Agua Prleta,
Morelos and Ojltos would have not
been lacking, and the Investment of
Uachlmba would have been com
plete and the place a Waterloo for
Orozco had a man of Chlapa's en
ergy been ready to respond to that
call which came to Sonora for help.
Sonora really held at that moment
the fate of the Orozco movement
In her hands, but she had no one
to lead. Madero had In Jail the one
man who would have acted.
Piano $1.50 to 3.50
Horses, Buros, Dogs, Cats
Toy Sad Irons 10c to .50
Cotton and Silk Handker
Cloth and Hair Brushes
Mirror and Comb set
Tov Books, many kinds.
Hand Bags, Purses, Pipes,
For the Older Head
Watches and Clocks
Art Leather Goods
Pillow Tops, Tie Racks
Smoker Racks and Motto
Large and Small Pictures
Paper Xmas Designs
Cake Plates, Tea Sets
Chocolate Sets, Placques
Salad Bowls, Nut Sets
Glass Water Sets
Wine and Whisky Sets
Fancy Gold Decorated
Bisbee Souvenir Glass
ware. Perfumery, All Kinds
Tool Sets, etc etc.
The Home of Feature Photo-Plays
We show all the big ones.
Doors open at 6:30.
Concert by Orchestra 6:45
Picture Performance at
Mats. Sun., Tues., Fri., Sat
PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME
sbbsm a n 9 5? H I Q 9 v
See the "Baby
Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Overture by orchestra at 7:45 p. m.
Curtain raises S:15 p. m.
Admission lower floor ;5c and 50c.
JACOB SCHMID. Prop
21 Reels of Pictures a Wee.
Progr-m ci.anges every day
An hour of high class euniiainmcnt awaiis ou at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Admission 5c and 10c
THE INAUGURATION OF
THROUGH TRAIN AND PULLMAN SERVICE
EL PASO AND TUCSON
On The Fol lowing Schedule:
Lv. El Paso 7:30 p. m. Lv. Tucson 6:20 p. m.
Lv. Douglas 6:40 a. m Lv. Bisbee 9:15 p. m
Lv. Bisbee 6:50 a. m. Lv. Douglas 11:00 p. m.
Ar. Tucson 11:00 a. m. Ar. EI Paso 7:00 a. m.
Traiu will consist of baggaB. nd coaches ami Standard
Electric Lighted Pulln&an, between El Pao an-1 Tuogou; Caf-Parlor.
6bsert.lt.on car 11-een roula and Tucson.
Another Car Load of
Studebaker Delivery Wagons
Of Various Designs
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
PROGRAM FOR TUE. VEP. THU.
by Royal Orchestra.
"WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD
IS ALSO," (Selig) From Tolstoi's
wonderful story of Russian peas
"THE MISSING LOCKET,"
(Eclipse) A good taMoa (or the
BY NORA EMMETT
"JUST MAINE FOLKS" (Lubln) A
beautiful rural drama.
"ALKALI IKE STUNG" (Essanay)
A rapid-are. western comedy riot
COMEDY CO. I
Balcony 25c and 35c Gallery 15c :
Wednesday and Sunday Night
The El Paso &
General Paaner Agest.
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