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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 11 June 1902

V BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WENOESDAY, JUNE 11TH DISTRICT COURT IXTH DAV THE CRIMINAL BUSINESS BUSI NESS WILL NOW HAVE ATTENTION. VOLCANISM Still an Inexplicable Problem Which Defies Geologists By ProfeMor ROBERT T. HILL of the United States Geological Survey Most of the Civil Disposed. A Special .Jury Verl'e Catches Many at Bis bee and Naco. Tombstone. June 10th, 1902. The second week of the June term of the district court convened yester morning at 9 o'clock. The civil cal endar having been pretty well dis day morning at 9 o'clock. The chil cal jarj' cases and one or two others that will come up during tho intervals this week between the criminal cases An order was made that papers wan ted in the case of the Territory vs Sebastian Duran, which are in Pima county clerks' office be brought hers. The trial jury was called and respon ded to their names and anuumberwere excused There not being enough present an order was made for a spe cial enire of ten, which was made re turnable at two o'...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 11 June 1902

s?" is ' -JLv ff-- . J BISBli DAILY REVEIW. WENDE8DAY, JUNE 11TH 3SvS Limitations of Wireless Telegraphy By Professor HICHAEL I. PUPIN, Inventor of the Induction CviS "or Telephones JHERE is no doubt in my iiiiinl that wireless teleg raphy will be a great commercial success. It is a mistake to call it wireless telegraphy, for the water acts as a wire with salt water very much better than fresh water. These messages will have a field entirely their own, and for oceanic messages between fixed points on land the cable will always be mjierior. t WIRELESS MESSAGES MAY HE SENT ACROSS THE OCEAN, BUT THE WORK WILL BE NECESSARILY SLOW. THE WIRELESS SYSTEM CAN NEVER COMPETE WITH THE CABLES IF THE CABLES ARE DEVELOPED TO THEIR HIGHEST EFFICIENCY. The cables certainly are not to developed today. It would be possible for cable messages to be sent at the rate of 1,000 words a minute instead of the very slow method of today. The Marconi system will compel cable companies to lay new cables which ca...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 11 June 1902

sr - TOtiWBJWyPO ISBtaX DAILY REVIEW. WENDESOAY, JUNE 11TH "t-w mKKfSSfSS MINING APPLICATION 775. Survey No. 1618. Li. S. Land Office, Tucson. Arizona, May 7, 1902. Notice is hereby given that Alexander Cusey, whose postoffice address Is Tomb stone. CochIe county. Arizona, has male application for a patent (or 1500 linear lu of the Crown Point, and 1500 linear ft of the Silver Reef Lode Claims, bearing Silver and Copper, situate In the Tur qiols Mining district, Cochise county, Arizona, and described In the official plat and field notes on Ale In this ofllce, as fol lows, viz: Designated uj Surveyeor Gen eral as M. S. No. ISIS. CROWN POINT LODE -Beginning it oor. No. 1, a pine post 4 ft long, 4 In sq. In mound of stone, scribed N W.C C.P. 1-1618. Whence U.S. Min. Mon.No 1 of Tur quoise Mining District bra. N. 54 deg. 25 min. W. 6996.7 feet. Thence N. 55 deg. bl mln. E. var. 12 deg 25 mln. C 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, a pine post. 4 ft long, 4 In. b In mound of stones, scribed N.E CC.P....

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 11 June 1902

'a J BISBEE DAILY RcVicrt, WENDE8DAY, JUNE 11TH NEWS OF THE TOWN Slag Car Tumbled. A novel accident occurred jester day at the slag dump. One'of the ss pots broke loose from the train and went oier the hill, wheels and all. o Employed Tinners. Joseph Schwartz, the tinner, has le turned from a business trip to Tucson. he went to employ tinners to work on a number of large tanks. A New Lodge. The Fraternal Brotherhood will or ganize a lodge tonight in Douglas, and a numbr of the local members of the order will go down this afternoon. o Restaurant Sold. William Traux yesterday sold the Fish Pond restaurant to Ollle Peacock and Frank Howe. Mr. Traux will spend the summer in Ventura county, California, wheie his wile will take treatment at the Sulphur Springs. Law Graduate. Frederick A. Sutter graduated e- terday from the college of law of the Nebraskaumv crsity Attorney" Sut ter resided in this city for a numb-r of ears, and his friends will be glad to hear of hs nviable success. o Doug...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

BI5BEE DAILY REVIEW. Pf MEnEj OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME VI BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, iqo2 NUMBER 34 HORRIBLE BUTCHERY COLONEL WM. CHRISTY SAYS MEXICANS KILLED YAQUI WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN FIGHT NEAR PRIETAS SHOT THEM FROM BE HIND COVER. Tucson, June 11. Colonel William Christy, president of the Valley Bank at Phoenix, arrived here today from Prietas, Sonora. and tells of the mas sacre of Yaqui men, women and chil dren jesterday in Santa Rosa can on, thlrt-flve miles from the Minas Prie tas mines, b a detachment of General Torres' troops. From Christy's statement it appears that the Yaqui forces, which hae been operating in that section, had moved farther into the mountains, leaving all their women and children in Santa Rosa can on under a guard of eighty men Including all the Yaquis numbered 300 General Torres dispatched 609 troops to block the mouth of the can on and surround the Yaquis His in structions are said to have been to kill the men and bos capable o...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

- -r -. ..;;,. BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12th 1 BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Ever Morning, except MonJ.u CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. Address all communications to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW. Bisbec. Arir. ACTUAL NUMBER PRIMED T0-DAY.I400. NEED FOR ECONOMICAL LAWS. The recent termination of the fauit against Gov. Murphy and ox-Auditor Vickers may serve a good purpose in drawing attention to the noed of more economical laws governing the expend iture of public moneys in Arizona. Seeral of the warrants included in this suit, claimed to ha e been illegal, were for printing reports of territorial officials several years ago. It is known that for not over $G00 worth of work over $3000 was paid and that in the face of a refusal of the legislature tD apporprlate the money therofor. There certainly should be some law plain enough in Its provisions to prevent such high-handed extravagance, to call it by no more venal name. The last legislature, after an exhibi tion...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

SISBfcE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12th I THE MINING FIELD The New York Times - "All the News That's Fit to Print." YAVAPAI MINES. Gives more space to news than any ,. . .k . other New York newspaper. It prints , Hon. M. G. Hums, oro bujer for the ,a ereatcr yar,ety of g ItPB,ves Val Verde Smelter and the Standard impartial news free from bias. It goes concentrating worXs, arrived in Pre ,into homes that bar other newspapers cott last eening. He reports aneur1 H ; a sane newspaper, neat in topog-' increasing ore supply The Courier j E& .STMSTli vigorously plied him ith questions has' refused to appeal to the iclous, and extracted from him news to tne ; following effect- The foundation for the Treadwell smelter, on the Agua Fria, is about completed. Wednesday evening there was a strike of rich cop-1 . t nrt rtrt . I per ore oeiween m .u auu . .uui levels in the Treadwell Iron Queen mine. The Treadwell smtlter as well as the town of Mayer will be supplied with water from ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

l BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12th It 4 BISBEE MAN ARRESTED D. M. REED CHARGED WITH LAR CENY IN LOS ANGELES. Woman Loses $100 While Away From Seat In Passenger Car Reed Oc cupied the Seat While She Was Gone. D. M. Reed, who claims to have been a bartender in thia city, was locked up in the city jail at Los Angeles early Tuesday morning by a Banning con stable, Rc-ed is charged with having committed larceny on the nest bound train near Indio. California. Among the passengers on the tram was Mrs. J. H. Collins, of San Antonio, Tex., now staing at the Hotel Van Nuyj. Sho was the occupant of a Pull man berth. Her purse, containing among other money $100 in $10 bills, was under a pillow. Mrs. Collins left her seat for a short time to speak with a lady friend. During her absence some one abstracted the $100 in bills from her purse, and when she returned the open pocket boot was the flrit thing she saw. Reed bad occupied the seat vacated temporarily by Mrs. Collins, and was ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

1 h I t BISBEE DAILY. REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12tl SCARCITY OF HORSES Too Much Criticism Of Our Soldiers Bis bee TeMphoae 55 Nraber 'JEO. B. REA . JUaager, flercantile Co. MAKING HEAVY SHIPMENTS FROM ARIZONA. y Major General WESLEY MERRITT. U. S. A. (Retired) If ! B. F. Graham Says Prices Are High and Will Go Higher Farmer In Salt River Valley Are Selling, but May Regret It. "The way prices for good horses arc going up, it will not be long before a coach team will cost $400," said B. K. Graham yesterday. "There is now in Arizona a scarcity of good horses, al though plenty of bronchos are to bj had." Mr. Graham recently took a trip to the Salt River valley In Maricopa coun ty for the purpose of buying horses. While in Phoenix he had a chance tc learn a great deal about the present condition of the horse market. Mr Graham expects his horses to arrive here Saturday. "The farmers aro not breeding," he continued, "and that Is the reason good horses are scarce. A few years ago there...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

I ' PEVEIW. THUR8DAY MORNING, JUNE 12th. SNUBBING The Bane of Social Intercourse PROFESSIONAL.. A X Cbc Opera Cafe X fr Just above Rood date. Is bow under the management of g a. . uptoh ATTOKNr.X-AT-L.AW AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP Tombstone. Arizona I Just above Rood date, Is now under the management of CARRETTO BROS. Open Day and Night. Fresh Eastern Oysters y R. N. CREATES. I By Mr. DONALD M'LEAN Jostle of the Fence. Collections, Land. Mining and Gene. . int- j I IIE BANE OF SOCIAL INTERCOURSE IS SNUBBING. SNUBBING IS ADOPTED PRE SUMABLY TO EMPIIASIZE ONE'S SUPERI ORITY TO THE PERSON SNUBBED. ON ITS FACE IT DEFEATS ITS OWN END, for the woman who wishes to be agreeable to society naturally wishes to make society believe in h.r. But when she snubs any one whom she considers beneath her she is giving ample proof that either she or her ancestors have not been used to the grade of society in which she finds herself and that she is therefore sot what she would have others believe. k The woman...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

BISBEK DArLY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12th MINING APPLICATION 77S. Survey No. 1C18. j. S. Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, May 7, IXC. Notice Is hereby given that Alexander Casey, whose postofflce address is Tomb stone, Cochise county, Arizona, has male application for a patent lor 1500 linear tu of the Crown Point, and 1500 linear ft of the Silver Reef Lode Claims, bearing Silver and Copper, situate In the Tur quols Mining district. Cochise county. Arizona, und described In the official plat and field notes on file In this office, as fol lows, vlr.: Designated oy Surveyeor Gen eral as M. S. No. 1618. CROWN POINT LODE. Beginning tt cor. No. 1, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 m. sq.. in mound of stone, scribed N W.CC.P. 1-1C1S. Whence U.S. Mln. Mon.No 1 of Tur quotse Mining District brs. N. M deg. 25 min. W. 5936.7 feet. Thence N. 56 deg. 51 mln. E. var. II deg. 25 mln. E. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, a pine post. 4 ft. long, 4 In. s. In mound of stones, scribed N.E. O.C.P. 2-161S. Thence S. ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 June 1902

BISBEE DAILY REVIfcw, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12th NEWS OF THE TOWN Tel. The entire show Is clean and well worthy of patronage. There are many shows In this country that would en joy bigger dividends if they were ol as high a class as this one. The pro gram includes a number of high class features, and no one who is present to night can go away saying that be ir she has not been amply repaid for hav Ing paid the admission price. o AN EXPLANATION, in the case of Mrs. Bessie Murray against C. E. Murray for maintenance and praying the court that she be granted defendant's intenst in a cer tain drug store in Douglas, the defend ant, C. E. Murray, by his attorney, S. A. Merritt, demurred to plaintiff's com plaint, which demurrer was by the court sustained, thus vacating the set ting of the case for this term and com pelling plaintiff to amend her com plaint in order to be in court again. Her attorney did amend, and another demurrer has been interposd to her I amended complaint, and thus th...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. if c REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A PAPER THAT GIVES THE NEWS EVERY DAY Q VOLUME VI BISBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, iqo2 NUMBER 35 TO AVOID TROUBLE OFFICIALS WORKING HARD TO PREVENT TROUBLE AT DURYEA. PENN PRESIDENT NICHOLS WILL TAKE HAND CONDITIONS SAME IN WEST VIRGINIA SOFT COAL STRIKE. Wllkesbarre, Pa., June 12. The Mine Workers officials have been mak ing a strong effort with the strikers at Duryea and vicinity to prevent any vi olence. Several men have been sent to talk to the strikers and this after noon District President Nichols went kimself to see what he can do. It is likely he will be able to put a stop to the demonstrations that have been going on through the week. Wy oming Valley today was unusually quiet Neither the strike leaders nor the mine superintendent had anything to say today, they reporting the situation to be without change President Mitchell had no news to give out regarding the soft coal strike in West VirginiaT o G...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

' Jt - V BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1902. BIS6EE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning, except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. Addres all communications to HIS BEE DAILY REVIEW. B.sbee. Ariz. ACTUAL NUMBER PRINTED TO-DAY.UOO. AN IMPORTANT MATTER. The last Issue of the Benson Press contained an editorial worthy of a place in these columns. The Press calls attention to a well known and un desirable condition that has too long been allowed to exist without effort to remedy. Here is the article: "One of the serious burdens of Ari zona counties along the international line consists in the numerous Invalids and paupers from Mexico who are made a public burden upon communi ties and counties in no nay responsible for them. All three of the border coun ties Pima, Santa Cruz and Cochise hate been frequently subjected to this Imposition, and many hundreds of dol lars are annually expended by the counties named upon indigents who har come from a foreign land...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

i -!-' BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13th. and the collection of which be may en force like any other lien or charge Sec. 48. The tax collector shall, on tho nnt Monday in eaca -month, pay to the city tieasurer all money in his hands belonging to, or collected tor the use ot tne c.itj, and shall on the same day piesent to the major the treasuiers leceipt toi said money, .and shall at the tame time deliver to the major, under oath, a true and cor rect account 01 ail his transactions and receipts since his last settlement as collector of city taxes, and shall also state, under oath, that all the money collected by him as tax col lector has been paid, which account and statement, shah be hied with the city clerk. . Sec. 4. On the third Monday in De cember of each year, the tax collector shall meet v,uh tne mayor and common council, having his duplicate assess ment roll, ai.u the city treasurer and tax tollectot shall the.i and there com pare the daplicate assessment roll wi...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

r rw. .--., n.-.- BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13th. ORDINNCE NO. 17. An ordinance for the assessment, equalization, levy and collection of city taxes lor the city of BUbee. Be It ordained bj the maor and council of the city of Blsbee: Sec. 1. All property of every kind and nature whatsoever within said city, shall be subject to taxation, ex cept Buch property asls exempt from taxation unper the laws of the terri tory of Arizona. Sec 2. There shall be levied annu ally upon the assessed value of the real and personal property within the city, as shown by the equalization roll of jie current year, except such as Is, or may be exempt from taxation un der the laws of the territory .in each year, the following taxes: 1st Not exceeding four mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation to defray tho salaries of officers, and the ordinary and contingent expenses of the city. not otherwise provided for. 2nd. Not exceeding two mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation, for...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

BISPfcE DAILY REVIEW. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1902. THE MINING FIELD HUACHUCA PROPERTY, A Review reporter met and chatted with Mr. Dave Crockett a few days ago concerning his mining property a the Huachucas. Mr. Crockett owns four claims in the North Fork of Ash canyon, about four miles from the mouth of the main canyon. This is a topper property, carrying also gold and silver, and joins Curtis' camp. The asays show a general average of 13 to 15 per cent copper. Several ship ments have been made of assorted oro some specimens going as high as TO per cent copper. There are rich crop pings all over the claims and the work tags hate been in ore so far. Develop ment work done on the claim up to the present time consist of one open cut about 30 feet, a drift about 42 feet and two shafts of 15 feet each, all in ore. The experts who examined these claims pronounced the formation good for the existence of a large body of re. this is now a poor man's claim, and a living can be made. This go...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

BI8BEHI BAILYi REVIEW,kFRIOAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1902. BlSBEE'$4jlJSTLE ALEY'S OBSERVATIONS GLOBE'S EX-NEWSPAPER MAN WRITES ABOUT BISBEE. Says She Is a Typical, Rustling, Roar ing, White Man's Man's Mining Camp A Breezy Lettter. Frank Aley, formerly editor of the Ulob Times, now a resident of Bisbee, who never falls to Cad space for his cop when furnished to any of the Ari zona newspapers, wioto a letter to the Arizona Rebublican, since his arrival here, descriptive of Bisbee. We ex tract the following from Mr. Aley's breezy description 01 our city: "It takes a newcomer to size Bisbee up. Many of its most remarkable fea tures hate coased to impress the old timer ijith that vividness necessary to an adequate description: , "She is the typical, rustling, roaring, booming, permanent white man's min ing camp of Arizona. No shut-downs Tor coke or water, and rarely for re pairs. . E erybody has absoluto confi dence In the permanence of the mines and the integrity of the management. It is e...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

BE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY' MORNING, JUNE 13, 1902. DISTRICT COURT ' CONTINUES. TRIAL OF SHEPPARD. For The Murder of Livingstone at Ben ...son. A Synopsiss of the Testimo ny In the Case. Tuesday's Sesssion. The forenoon of the session of the district court was taken up yesterday in the examination of the Jury on their viordire in the Sheppard case and a number excused on account of1 their entertaining conscientious scruples re garding the infliction of the death pen alty Alter the usual challenges had been made the following were selected to try the eas-o: Andy Bissett. F. . Ford, John Kelly, A. Busby, A. B. Stan iger, F B Mobon, John Pidwell, John Kelso. J. P. Peterson, Frank Payla. Frank Merrill, Jack Wikstrom. The first witness examined for the prosecution was C. H. Morath. He, at the time of the killing was a part ner of Livingstone in the gambling games in Land's saloon at Benson. Morath testified that Sheppard had been drinking some and had laid down on the roulette table, and th...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 13 June 1902

vf.IW. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1902. 1 l? i ill THE ARMY AND THE WATER CURE By WILLIAM H. TAFT, Governor of the Phh.pplnes T is without doubt true there has been cruelty in the Philippine?, but that it typifies the conduct of the whole army I don't believe. I was not on the ground mys-clf, but from what I do know personally I FEEL POSITIVE THAT THE AMERICAN ARMY, ON THK WHOLE, IS VERY HUMANE AND CONSIDERATE UNDER CONDITIONS OF WAR. But war is verv severe. In order not to justify or defend the cruelties, but to understand why the commanders were not responsible, it is neces sary to comprehend that this war was a guerrilla conflict. Responsibility was divided and rested on first and second lieu tenants, captains and sergeants. An army has its weak and brutal men. THESE FILIPINOS WOULD OFTEN CATCH THE FRIENDLY SOLDIERS ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE TOWN AND KILL THEM AND THEN MUTILATE THEIR BODIES. It is not strange that young officers, weak and brutal, perhaps, in their tendencies, should re...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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