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E BISBEE DAU.Y REV IEW. BrSBEE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1913.
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iMan Who Has Been In I
Charge of -Convict Road !
Work Resigns to Be- '
, come Assessor at
..LIKES HONOR' SYSTEM
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GI.OUK. Jan. 3.W
jta. hl cWrSe of the UKW :
A. . ,mi wuo reeemif tWered,S46 feet. Tbo imwb was kei.t secr.w
woniiMi ami who reitlf tKlwel
s it i i. ; imwwfiHiwy iner was a rtBti to the
lTLf f.bya rPOrtrMr M.hldii't aad a nuier of oont..S
ttln aW tb h exi.cta Ut il sue-j and other minus were made Lelor
icsor ttiwld lw here toth4il- fu U. S.'Cowm ssiotwr George K. Sii
r. He Mid that tlie aHthMiU in Thoao Simon Hen who sun have -J!!?e
f th ,'"or MnP hal or-K"went land risihts re prepsriag tu
foriM bun a acatkn, tftu lie con " ame at once in the neighbcr--taled
thai tlwt arransejueiu would bo of the suiks; ani those wfeo
le hardly fair to the new man an bsV3 std their rights are HOtlfytux
ir thle reason decided to clvn hil ,!ir retetlve and friends l.v wir
mcceiBor c clean hweep. He Is to'an1 Ieer. go that qute a rush ot
- coma cnief deputy aw.oet-or an "aeseeKers within ttie next few
Yuma. weeks is expected, until all of the
Mr. Marvin said that 'the convicts! vaeat" Ianl In that iortion of th.
had already succeeded Ih twllding' val!.uy sha L ,akeB P
,HbiHt two miles of sood Hew road be-j flrst atMl ,jrRBt f,w came Oo-
tween Globe and Hay and that the cemlH,r 2 Practically a Christmas
luid the right of wav cleared for an- pr?,ent to the 3ltey Seventy-flve
othor throe quarters' of a mile Hel f" . a '",nutG at a del of W,
jptated that at urgent there were onljll,1 was tbf, am(fBt hls
'twenty-six men at work and that when "f ",?" W"ed m ihe desert
llowejer the work whch has been, burn is thf manager o the comimny
dpne s indestructible and may te - The second flow almost ZZH.
Reeled to Ubt for centuries. The roadj was struck In a smaller well on Jame
Is fourteen fett In Its narrowest i W. Thompson's claim. Tour miles
arts and eighteen feet wkle on the. southeast of the city. December 36
c,,rve almost a New Ynr ' vitt
Mr. Jiurnu aia mat ne Delict eu
the honor tystem in corjiectlon with
road building to be a great success
, He was enthusiastic in praise of
most of the" men that he has been
associated with during" thV"pSSt few
months and he added that he wanted
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it thoroughly understood that he w-as
mrt Iea inj? because- of any difficulties
with the men or with the state ad-
inlniBtration, but rather because th
duties at the camp are rather exact
iBC, ivir.s n man little or no time
For all Cluett and
that sell for
$1.50 in' reguiar season,
Tips $1.00 line is com
plete in a1, oizes and in
many des.rcLle patterns
all are Coat Style-1
Foi all of ow lines
of $2.pp J.nd $Z?p values
'in Cluett Gotham "and
This $1.50 line is not",
few hrpken lines, but a
Large and Complete as
sortment of nil sizes.
Don't Overlook this
For all 50c values
f , and
j50c for all 75c, and $1.00
20 pej cent off on Tan
Schwartz Bros. Go,
The'Safe Place Main St
1 J01 IDE
Newest Artesian Flow Is
Much Nearer Surface
Than Any Previous
One Holidav Gift
jlIOPE FOR GttSlIERS!
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SA.V tt!frV Arl. i . .i '
K.xun-i. who'te uj:l. i"" ...... .r!!
,rt T fof
"-" - -.v.. -v nc uim inff i
, water near this cltv at a ,!.. h r I
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The holidays hate therefore treat
ed San Simon bountifully.
The significance of these two strike
will be Letter understood v.hen it U
stated that these first flows were ot
ta'ned fully 3G0 feet closer to the sur
face than the aierase first flow he-e-tofore.
Not only that, but thev ara
muc" larser than any previous flrjt
,low ,n ,,le ? or pnios wells,
even those now flowing 100 to 150
gallons per minute the rirst flow at
G50 to 575 feet was barely notice
able the water just farcing itseir.
in cry sinjll quantities, to the sur
face Uy drillinj; deeper Ufually t
S50 feetj, good flows were .Invariably
loutainea, up to 1G0 gdltens, the
amount of flow depend tig upon the
i size of the hole.
' So. when an infinitely greater quant
ity of water Is struck at less than hah
the depth; thre is ee-y -reason Tor
jtiimonites to be enthused und to hope
for gushers on reaching the proper
It spells a more raptdsettlln;; up of
the lalle than would otbe wise have
been the case, since the reduction of
drilling expenses by more than Q
' rer cent in certa'n portions of th
valley w.H make this projHDsItion in
, ihe San Simon valley appeal to those
"hose means are somewhat limited
as ell as those who have' plenty of
. The situation here hi therefore
greatly alteredthere Is absolutely a
new pluse put upon It. -
J There are now 21 flowing artesian
wells In the valley witWn a radius of
six miles of the city of San Simon,
and to date not a dry liole in a slng
The San Simon valley now boasts
of the greatest artesian belt In the
I state and one of the foremost In the
jweut and still the valley is by no
, means prospected, and the end Is
not yet In fact, a deep well test Is
even now being made four miles
south by the Los Angeles company
mentioned, with an excellent well rig
and a idant complete In every respect
The company Is said to be well fin
anced, and itg manager. E. A. Wash
burn, promises San, Simon that he
will drill to a depth of 2,500 feet ir
necessary in order to try the valley
out ami obtain a gusher. At this
well a depth or S06 feet has bean
reached, and orders bare gone forth
to put on a night shift and rush the
work. It Is a rotary drill. Three
other d1lUnc outfits are now at work
In the vaHe.v.
to himself. So well satisfied is Iih
j with the un at the camp that h
roWnteeret: the statement that If at
any time in the futiiie he was really
needed he would gladly and willing
lv come back to Globe and return to
I the work of lookiner after the wnrk
j of road building Bat he felt that
I at present a change of work would
prove of benefit to Him.
under sir Marvin's supertntenden
y the road gang has been rid of the
rougher element, several of the un
ruly convicts having been sent back
to Florence ,
.'KINGS Of IHE FOREST'
Ever since the animals left the ark
under the careful supervision ot
Noah and hU sons, the human race
have had a singular interest In the
I wl'der denizens of the forest.
From the mighty elephant, the
man eating lion, and tne sealthy leop
ard, and the treacherous tiger, me
uagerles have for a 2c3" time paM.
ideriveed their most thrilling factors.
It has remained for the movln,
pictures to utilize with even more
m&rked success the services of sav
age animals, in association with plays
of Jtoric-d Talue and tremendous thrill
Seng's latest production. "Kings of
the Forest." is, -the greatest animal
plr ever produced up to date.
This great production has been so-;
cured by the Royal Theater and will
lie shown Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Jan 7, 8, ond 9.
MIS ft 1. 000,000
1 x i i:nt ro COUNTRY
5 J 3 few
Benjamin Ft. Stlckney.
Btnjamlu It. Stlckney. a JS.OOO u
jear employee of the U. S. bureau of
printing atrj engraving at Washing
ton, has Just released to the govern
ment patents on a new rotary postagu
itanip prlntlcs presn valued at "1.000,.
000. He receives nothing for his Inven
tion. Joseph II I.t!ph, chief or the
bureau, tays that the new machine
is as great an advance over the old
method as the linotype machine 1
over the old method of setting ty
by hand. Air.' SUckneya release ot
his invention to the government With
out enumeration puts him on tho :iil
of employees who have placed honor
and patriotism above money.
E TO EL
Will Hold Annual Conven
tion on Third Tuesday
in March Next
FORT WORTH. Te.T, Jan 3 Tie
Texas Cattle Raisers association is
scheduled to meet at El Paso the
third Tuesday in .March, Tor a ses
sion of three das.
Tho Panhandle and Southwestern
Cattlemen's association will hold Its
annual session In 1913 at Amarillo
about two weeks pr'or to the El Pa.so
The Fat Stock show "at Fort Worth
wlllr be held at about the time of tho
session of the Texas Cattle Raisers,
but wll last four das longer.
All three events are of interest to
cattlemen and a-e attended by Loth
cattle barons and cowboys, who find.
as a rule, more attraction In the so
cial features of the program' than
they do In the dry proceedings of
El Paso will entertain lavlshlv In
honor of her v sltors, and is raising a
fund of $10,000 for the purpose. Am
arillo will also keep open house
while the delegates are there, and, as
in the past, will exert every effort
to provide amusement for all who
Fort Worth will probably invite
the Texas Cattle Raisers to meet
here In 1914, and El Paso is already
preparing to capture the 1914 con
vention of Panhandlers. At each
convention there are alwajs a num
ber of invitations extended and a
stubborn fight, as a rule, results be
fore the contest is settled Oklaho
ma City, San Antonio, Fort Worth
and Amarillo are usually the lead
ing competitors, and there is gener
ally as much logrolling and skillful
manipulation as at a state political
At the last session of the directors
of tne Texas Cattle Raisers, held at
headquarters in this city, a commit
tee was appointed to prepare the
program for the next convention, but
It has not yet completed its task.
At a meeting of the board of di
rectors of the El Paso Chamber of
Commerce held Friday It was decid
ed to make an organized effort to
secure the 1914 convcnUoa of the
Panhandle and Southwestern asso
ciations for that city, and President
W. S. Claton was empowered to
appoint a committee ot local busi
ness men to attend the convention at
.Amarillo In March and set forth El
I have purchased Matt's Market
including all of his book accounts. and
wish to notify the public that any
and all accounts that they may have
with Matt's Market .are payable to
h. V. GAMBLE.
Dec. 28, 1S12.
Adv ertisement. 370.
, Their Honeymoon.
A newly married couple living in
Fulton took their honeymoon on a
motor cycle. This department Is not
qualified to testify as an expert In
the matter of honeymoons, but, be
lieve us. motor cycling doesn't appeal
to cs as a start Jo ward connubial
bliss. Some folks may call It exer
cise, but It looks more to us like sit
ting In a draft Kansas City Times.
Ho needs no other rosary vhose
thread of life Is strung, witn the beads
of lovo and thought Sir John Lub
A famous king Raid: "If men only
knew how pleasant to me It is to for
Elvo faults,-thero Is not one of tbem
who would not commit crime 'From
Clean, cotton rags nt Review o3Sc
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Djn Culbertr who has ben on his
farm in Yuma for the past few weeks
returned to txiwell yesterday.
Mrs. Mabel Moore, who has been
visiting in Los Angeles for the past
two- weeks returned to Warren yes
terday. Alfred Paul, of Douglas, was a visi
tor in llisbee' yesterday.
F M. Hinds, Nick Donovan and Al
Moose are a trio of Cananea men who
are on a short visit in the city.
ISALL UP IN THE AIR
Taft Is in Doubt Whether or
Not to Send Name
WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 3.
Opposition of democratic Rnators to
President Taffs plan of putUng Col.
George W. Goethals, builder of tlw
Panama ccnal, tit the head of the
civil government zone, took such pro
portions today that some ot Taft's
advisor urged him to forego his
plan and leave the creation of the
new zone jovernment to 'Jils success
or. President-elect Wilson. Some who
talked with the president early In th
day were conviniea that ho would
canvass the tdtuatict. before abandon
ing bis plans. Others in close toucn
with the president are positive that,
out of consideration for Goethals,
whom he does not wish to Involve lo
a political dispute, he would give up
the idea and that Goethals. immedi
ately after appearing before the con
gressional committee and forliting
the appropriations for tbe fortifica
tions for th canal, would return to
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NOTICE LADIES OF THE MACCA
BEES AH members are requested to meet
at Fair Hall at 1 p. m. today (Jan. 4)
to attend the funeral or H. H. Hem
sath, brother of our Sister J. H.
James. By order of
JULIA POOLE. Commander.
MARY G. ASIIBY. R. K. 471
A GREAT PLAYWPIGHT.
Charles Klein is a playwright with
a name, tie usually has something
to say, some virtue to uphold or some
evil to protest "against in his plays
as in "The Lion and the Mouse" and
'The Gambler." "The Third Degree'
protests against police methods. Ad
vertisement - 4t4
All true wisdom is contained Is
these two words wait and hope.
Tax the Women of Bisbee the Same
Hard to attend to household duties
With a constantly aching back.
A woman should rtot 'have; nt b&'l
- And she seldom would If the kfd
peys wtere well.
Doaa's Kidney Pills are endorsed
Have. been nse in kidney trouble
over 50 years.
Read what this Bisbee woman says.
Mrs. C. Ranlecke, 60-A Rrewer
Gulch, liisLee, Ariz, says' "Abou
two years ago I wag afflicted with
kidney trouble. The attack came en
me suddenly and I was caused much
distress. My back pained me greatlz
In doing my housework and I was
practically helpless. Doctors" medi
cine brought me no relief and I felt
discouraged. Hearing of Doan's Kid
ney Pills. I procured a supply and.
began using them. Tne relief was not
iceable at once and after 1 had tak
en the contents of three boxes, I was
cured. Since then I have been free
from kidney complaint'--'
, For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
.New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement 31
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Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Paint Web
ber &. Co., Boc.ton and Calumet.
Logan i Bryan, Chicago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK !
Office Main St,
&PPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
L,urnbers L,ime3 Cementj
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers1 Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are putting: in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTEk-SON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
Henwatkins Lumber Co,
THE ANTLFRS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Pronrletora
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Bltbee 23 Lowell 7
CHIGHESTER S PILLS
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SOLD BY DRl'GGISJS EVERYWHERE
A Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot fire when a
a lot of jioor coal tcrds out n
heat at all. It is economical to
buy our coal because It it
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
jioorer grades. W deliver o
any part of the city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
wood Any length.
&. Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
?!TKE ARIZONA .AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
6:55 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3 53 p. m.
7"34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3 12 p. m.
S 18 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv'2:26 p m.
S-38 a. m Lv Lordsburg Lv 1:23 p. m.
10:45 a. m. Ar Macblta Lv 11:59 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No, 1. leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. m..
South bound train connects "with El
Pas & Southwestern' east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at
11.50 a. m Mountain Tims', and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Bisbee. leaving Hachlta at 10:50
a. m. Mountain Time.
R. K. MINSO.V,
Clifton, Ariz. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNES8T, Prop.
Pnone.15. Op. Depot AznboUatt
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