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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 1 July 1902

If NEW SHORT STORIES Tlir Xoij Unit tu Wall Tbe house committee on naval af fairs was in session As tbe members were considerluK important matters tbe was more or less boated Tbe day was warm and the windows which look out on the white marble walls of the court of the capltol were wide open Mr Kitchin was giving bis views when the strains of Go Way Back and Sit Down by a steam cal liope found their way into the room Mr Mudd arose from bie seat took bis hat from the rack and departed from the room Tbe music seemed to be Retting nearer and Mr Wheeler fol lowed Mr Mudd Mr Dayton next dis cover tuat Kitchin was not saying anything that Interested blm and he closed the door of the committee room from the outside Mr Loudenslager and Mr Rull held a wblsiered concr sation and smiled defiantly at Chair man Toss as they made tracks In the direction of the circus parade So the members of tbe committee faded away until Mr Kitchin was talking to a sin gle auditor Mr Koss Mr Chairman said Mr Kitc...

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. — 1 July 1902

U I THORPE GAMBLED LOST SEVERAL HUNDRED DOL LARS AT NACO Drew Worthless Checks and His Whereabouts Is Now Unknown Officers Make Efforts to Locate Him by Wire Spencer E Thorpe of this city is wanted at Naco by the authorities for drawing several checks on the Bank of Bisbee for which there were no funds to meet payment The officers at Naco have telegraphed all over the line of the Southrn Pacific company to arrest Thorpe who is thought to be on his way to Los Angeles where he former ly made his home before coming to Bisbee Mr Thorpe left Bisbee on Friday for Naco and during the afternoon be gan bucking the tiger and before he had ceased to play was loser to ths tune of 500 or more Checks were drawn in favor of himself indorsed and tendered in part payment- An other check was drawn in payment of a board bill at the Naco hotel and af ter deducting the amount of the bill a balance was returned to him Thorpe returned to Bisbee Saturday night and told a few of his friends what he had done...

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. — 1 July 1902

ii Trimmed Hats For tHe FoxirtH Simply trimmed haU shirt waist hats thejve gotten to be known by Hats vith more elaborate t imming than regular sbirt waist hats about tventy Gve of these left All at a lesser price than youd have paid several weeks ago not because of any fault of ftyle etery bat is ne but be cause of a merchandising rule we are living up to Get rid of all goods in their sea on Duck pique and linen hats are very stylish for midsummer tear Veare showing a pleas ing apSTtmeut of them and the nrices are quite insignificant Warm Weather Shirt Waists Short sleeves soft turn down collars Doesnt that sound cool They are pretty waists for evening wear being made of soft mull and daintily trimmed with Valenciennes lace and insertion Shades nile tan and pink are also suited for even ing wear 35o each 2 To be worn with business suits I fl Old Soldiers Wanted in Parade It is requested that the olid soldiers all tum out in the Fourth of July par ade Conveyances have been secured f...

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. — 1 July 1902

jm L i MINING APPLICATION 775 Survey No 1C18 U S Land Office Tucson Arizona May 7 1902 Notice Is hereby given tl it Alexander Csey whose iostolllce address Is Tomb one Cochise county Arizona has male application for a patent for 1500 linear 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 and described In the official plat and Held notes on file In this office as fol lows viz Designated Dy Surveyeor Gen eral as M S No ISIS CROWN POINT LODE Beginning it cor No 1 a pine post 4 ft long 4 in aq In mound of stone scribed NWCCP 1 1618 Whence US Min MonNol of Tur quoise Mining District brs N 54 dec 35 mln W 59967 feet Thence N 55 deg 61 mln E var 12 deg S5 mln E 1500 ft to cor No 2 a pine post 4 ft long 4 In aq In mound of stones scribed NE CCP 2 IOS Thence S 30 deg 14 mln E var 12 deg SO- mln E 601 ft to cor No 3 a pine post 3 1 2 ft long 4 In sq In mound of stones scribed SE CCP ...

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. — 1 July 1902

M I J The New Attitude Toward Marriage Br Dr rCLIX ADLER PmMent of the Ethical Culture Society i difference not similarity should be emphasized THE IDEA OF FREEDOM AND EQUALITY IS FRAUGHT WITH DANGER ALREADY IT HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED IN ONE QUAR TER THAT A MARRIED WOMAN SHOULD NOT DEPEND UPON HER HUSBAND BUT SHOULD HAVE HER OWN SEPARATE MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD SO AS TO PRESERVE HER INDEPENDENCE AND IN A WAY THAT IS LOGICAL BUT WHAT SORT OF HOME WOULD IT PRODUCE WHEN TAKEN LOGICALLY MARRIAGE MEANS ACCEPTING RESTRICTIONS FROM WHICH WE CANNOT WITHDRAW inferiority of woman Indeed what sense is there in inakincr such THE GREAT MERGER OF THE FTJTURE - By ANDREW CARNEGIE Captain of Induttry and Phllanthropltt BISBEE DAILY REVIEW TUESDAY MORNING JULY 1 1302 r93B wvnvaa SJJtWtW It was supposed that the power of sustained thinking was denied woman Man was the head of woman It was he who in case of conflicting opinions was to have the casting vote 1 Opposed to that theory is the one which is based on...

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. — 1 July 1902

r it M - liit ti ii it m nmtLi fvr Wirele Telegraphy and the Cables J By Prof nor A SLABY Inventor of the 8laby Arco wire icss oysicm fTHHTniiiiiiiniiiiimjinyfiiiiiHiiiiriniiiiirinii 5rx53cYr3 Q NXY foolish people are easily alarmed and seriously believe that the wireless spark telegraph system will supplant the submarine cable WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY WILL IN NO EVENT INTERFERE WITH It is ridiculous for the shareholders of cable stock to become frightened When the electric light was introduced holders of gas stock were frightened but what is the result Gas is used in overwhelmingly larger quantities than when electricity was introduced The objection to transatlantic telegraphy by ether waves is that such strong currents as Mr Marconi for instance could send from Poldhu interrupt communication over the entire ocean When two boards are tuned to receive or send messages and a heavy current comes along it destroys communication K I do not claim that my system is superior to Mr Marconis but ...

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. — 2 July 1902

im BRODIE TAKES THE New Governor Assumed Duties In Phoenix Yes terday Morning FEW PEOPLE PRESENT v AT SIX OCLOCK THIS EVENING PARTY STARTS FOR BISBEE ON REGULAR TRAM The Ceremony Was Without Pomp or Splendor Leighton and Smalley Are the Only Two to Get Jobs Thus Far Phoenix July 1 Special Dispatch Arizonas thirteenth governor Alex ander Oswald Brodie took the oath of office at 845 oclock this morning bo fore Justice Edward Kent at the capi tal building About fifty citizens including only three Hough Riders witnessed the cer emony which was quiet and unostenta tious As a soldier Colonel Brodie disliVed BISBEE READY TO GREET GUESTS TOMORROW BIG CELEBRATION WILL BEGIN People Are Arriving to Attend the Ex ercises Plenty of Accommoda tions Details of Governors Re ception The day before the opening of the Fourth of July celebration finds Bis bee ready and eager to welcome her guests Weeks of labor and prepara tion are now ended and what is to be the result will be evident the last three d...

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. — 2 July 1902

ACTUAL NUMBER PRIMED TO DAY1400 w rttmu BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz I been put in order the fireworks are on hand with which our picturesque city will be made to blaze with enthusiastic patriotism business houses and the streets have been decorated with flags and bunting giving our city a distinct ly Fourth of July appearance The hard work has been done and the time for welcome and good cheer Is near at hand The people of Bisbee Will avnfl thamcnlvnc nF lf nity to express their hospitality to all who shall come to the grandest Fourth of July celebration ever witnessed in Arizona or the southwest for that matter When all over and our visitors shall have returned home they will carry wlth them a correct knowledge of the energy and public spirit the enter prise the determination of those who have made Bisbee the best mining camp in the west Interest seems to be centered more on the drilling contest than any other event of the approaching celebration This is of spec...

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. — 2 July 1902

HUMOR OF THE HOUR Prmin of Mind Thomas Barry a Boston lawyer who is often referred to as the Al Shields of the Hub was recently examining a Celtic witness in the Boston municipal court In a suit having to do with an accident on the street cars Here Is a fragment of the information elicited by Lawyer Barrys advice that the witness tell the story In his own words Well the man fell In th str reet as the car r passed th th car r stopped an we all ran out Ve cr rowd gath ered ar rouud th man an shouted Hes kilt lies kilt Thin OI Jumped in pulled a dozen of th spalpeens out uvth way an veils nt Vtn Ypi think heads yez If th mans kilt why In hivvlns name dont yez stand to wan side an let him have a br resth uV llr Philadelphia Times An Unfortunate Start It Is meet the orator began HelpInK dim llonir that we Where T yelled a dozen hungry lis teners rising and starting a stampede in which eight amateur vegetarians were trampled upon and bruised almost beyond recognition Chicago Record Herald...

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. — 2 July 1902

CHOICE MISCELLANY Am to Doctor nnil Lnirjrpri Pm In conversation the other Jay a prom inent lawyer remar rd to a physician of repute that the Plnnt estate amount- lnj to some 40000000 would brine the lawyers about 1000000 as fees The doetor asked the lawyer Mr F suppose Mr Hunt were dy ing but there being a chance of saving his life by a ditllcult operation a sur geon should operate and save Mr Plants life Would that surgeon be Justified In sending in a bill for 100 000 The immediate answer was Certain ly not Well asked Dr M how is it that the lawyers can charge such large fees Itecause replied the advocate a lawyers fees are flxed by the courts And the celebrated physician whose office fee of 10 Is often grudgingly paid remarked You lawyers have solved the prob lem of self preservation while we are landing our time in the preservation of others Beginning of American Polo James Gordon Bennett the proprie tor of the New York Herald was the leading spirit in Introducing polo into this...

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. — 2 July 1902

r STEER TYING SATURDAY MANY WILL BE IN CONTEST ON SATURDAY This Feature Promises to Be a Warm Contest May Arrange a Match Contest Between Two Teams An exciting and hotly contested ture of the big celebration which tabes place this week will be the roping and steer tying contests on Saturday after noon It is expected that tolly twanty BTe expert cowboys will be bere to compete for the prizes The committee has already provided for twenty good steers that will prob ably arrive bere today They are com ing from the Greene Cattle Companys ranch on the Ban Pedro Arrange ments for the steers were made with Frank Masost Among those who will be here is Doc oodin from Hookers Hot Springs TJntil defeated by Clay Mc Gonigle at Tucson last year he was the champion of the world Others coming are Buster Gardner of Naco Cap Bagneli of Benson Tom Birch of Willcox Arthur Page of Willcox and several others The present record for quick roping and tying is held by Clay McGonigle who disposed of his steer...

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. — 2 July 1902

I IS w i a t MINING APPLICATION 77S Survey No 1618 ll S Land Office Tucson Arizona May 7 1902 Notice Is hereby given that Alexander Casey whose postofflce address Is Tomb stone Cochise county Arizona has male application for a patent for 13Xi linear XL of the Crown Point and 150ft linear ft of the Silver Reef Lode Claims bearing Silver and Copper situate In theTur quois Mining district Cochise county Arizona and described In the official plat and Held notes on file In this office as fol lows viz Designated ty Survey eor Gen eral as M S No ISIS CROWN POINT LODE Beglnnlng cor No 1 a pine post 4 ft long 4 In aq In mound of stone scribed N WCCP HO Whence US Mln MonNo1 of Tur quoise Mining District brs N 54 dec 36 tain W 59967 feet Thence N 55 deg 61 mln E var 12 deg 25 mln E 1500 ft to cor No 2 a pine post 4 ft long 4 la so In mound of stones scribed NE CCP 2 1S1S Thence S 30 deg 14 mln B var 12 deg 20 mln E 801 ft te cor No 3 at pine post 3 1 2 ft long 4 In sq In mound of stones scribe...

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. — 2 July 1902

V 9 M A i Uncle Spins j Money m By SKMta7 of tt Tnwir IXSUC M SHAW rwl People qf Wealth Live Near the Poor Br Professor GEORGE E COE of Northwestern Utdverutj BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 2ND E HAVE A VOLUME OF COINED 8ILVER NOW IN THE VAULT8 OF THE CIENT TO FILL A CORNCRIB 8 FEET WIDE 10 FEET HIGH AND 1250 FEET LONG THIS VOL UME COMMERCE REFU8E8 TO ABSORB In lieu thereof the government issues a ware house receipt commonly called a silver certificate stamps upon a piece of paper the statement that there have bees deposited with the United States treasurer twenty silver dollars to be paid to the bearer on the surrender of the receipt Sat there is no provision for the exchangeability of either the silver 4 or the certificate si pawith gold n Under pretest conditions there is no danger in this The balance of trade is in oar favor We sell abroad 500000000 per annum tmore than we buy abroad and this requires the importation of 500000000 of gold pet annum or the purchase or ...

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. — 2 July 1902

r Li MiMlttMttlVntiririrtlttVlMMrittMil If J62fe a kWrirtrtrtiVrtrtrtrtViiWKirtij BISBEE I OPERA HOUSE Maaahan Moore Managers f They are Coming Back The return date of the popular f Curtiss Comedy Company ia its excellent presentations of high class performances 5 Oie Week Consenting Monday Jine 31th Up-to-date Specialties Handsome Costumes I Correct Stage Settings Full Band and Orchestra Daily Street Parade Remember the Elks Night Friday July 4th f For the benefit of the Fourth of July committee on which occasion a special bill will be presented J Seats on sale at Bisbee DrugStore Popular prices s 25 5o and 75 cents July 4 5oc 75c and loo 5 TKjr GRAND CELEBRATION Fourth of July jejSBs vm3 t y ns u Bisbee Ariz 3rd 4th and 5th One Fare Round Trip From All Points Governor A O Brodie and Staff Will Attend 2 Brass Bands 2 Bisbee Candy u ii iiimm imiiiwiimim ii mtm mtmi upm 1 fairft Kitchen LCluK I8BEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 2ND Popular Wants o All ads for thli column mutt b...

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. — 3 July 1902

k jaSaSfo 0 Tarr Brothers Arrived Yesterday From mgement of flags and bunting Globe In the Evening There Will Schwartz Brothers have a large ot bunting arranged over the Be a Grand Ball The celebration for which so much show window that looks well preparation has been mado In Bisbee Tke front of the Turf saloon Is a during the last two months begins beautiful blaze of color that can easily this mornings The decorations of the be Picked out amid the other decora city business houses and residences- tlons The entire front below the do Porch is covered and the four posts gave everybody something to ves terday and this work will not be com are wrapped in the stars and stripes pletcd beJore noon today Bisbe canjwitn rare taste flags have been min vei iwl proud of its Fourth of July BeJ with ne bunting This is one of appearance It is in gala attire Many e best decorated places in town visitors reached the city yesterday The front of the second story of the coming in from neiRhoriL townb a...

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. — 3 July 1902

BISBCE DAILY REVIEW Issued Ererj Morning except Monday CG twLDAfcC Mi X- aHV USHIttC COMPANY all communications to BIS 3EE DAILY REVIEW Bsbee Arix ACTUAL MJHMR PRINTED TO BAY140O WELCOME TO GOVERNOR BRODIE When Governor Brodle led by Mrs Brodle and his official staff reaches Bisbee today he Will receive a welcome more cordial and sincere than has ever before been ex tended to a governor by any town in Arizona Goternor Brodle and party comes to Bisbee by special invitation of our Fourth ot July committee ex tended through Mr W H Brophy to Join with us In the celebration of the anniversary of American independ enceand to assist In the tlon of our heroic forefathers who en dured so much for the cause of liberty and self government Governor Brodle has only begun the discharge of the duties of governor hence his presence here is due to no official act for which our citizens are grateful nor is his presence here the result of any political move or to fur tier any personal interest He come...

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. — 3 July 1902

7 NAC0NEWS Mr and Mrs Dolph Hlnton oft Tues day far a trip to Kansas and Eastern points They will be gone six weeks James Merton of Iowa arrived Tuesday in Naco He comes in search of health and to settle down in this district when he finds a suitable local ity A shower fell Sunday night and more rain is expected W W Jones formerly at the Bis bee drug store is in town Mr J ones is engaged in mining and owns many valuable claims in Sonora A J Croestey of the general office of the Cananeas was in Naco Sunday Mr Croeeley will go to England by way of Canada for a trip Mr is well known and popular and his friends all wish him an enjoyable visit to the old country W H Tattle of Kl Paso is a visitor in tows on business Dr Harry Sheldon physician at Can aneas was a visitor in town this week C M Burkhalter freight and traffic manager of the Southern Pacific came in from Tucson Sunday on official Dick Bater a well known Cananeas man is in Naco on the sick list Mr and Mrs Scott Whaley drove dow...

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. — 3 July 1902

ARIZONA OFFICERS COMPLETE LIST OF TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS Fifty Politicians Who Are Likely to Lose Their Places Soon Captain Mossman Only One From Bisbce Following Is a list of the officers who held commissions from Governor Murphy with their official location C r AInsworth attorney general Phoenix W F Nichols auditor Phoenix H F Robinson adjutant general Phoenix E J Bennitt citizen member board of control Phoenix Herbert Brown superintendent terrl torlal prison Yuma i Ira PEmith assistant superintend ent territorial prison Yuma Herbert S Laughlin secretary terri torlal prison Yuma W H Ward superintndent insane asylum Phoenix Burton Mossman captain Arizona rangers Bfsbee T W Pemberton territorial treas urer Phoenix R L Long superintendent public In struction Phoenix R N Fredericks member board of equalization Prescott Michael Ohl member board of equal ization Wlllcox M P Freeman member board of equalization Tucson W H Barnes member territorial board of managers St Louis exposi tion Tu...

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. — 3 July 1902

CEO 1 n J McCABE ASSUMES HIS OF FICIAL DUTIE8 Is Glad to Get to Work and His High est Desire Is to Serve the People Satisfactorily The new post master of Bisbee Geo j McCabev took up his official duties July 1 and Is now occupying one of the responsible federal positions in Ariz ona When seen yesterday be was in the midst of his new work surrounded -with his assistants I am glad to get to work said Postmaster McCabe and my highest desire is to serve the people and sat isfactorily I fully appreciate the re sponsibility resting upon me I am securing the very best assistance ob tainable who will co operate with me in serving the people The new postmaster is a native of Ohio but has Ilvedln the west since a boy coming when1 sixteen lived in Montana when she was admitted into the Union in Washington when she -was admitted into the Union and expect to live in Arizona when she is admitted into the Union said mr McCabe For the pastnina years Mr McCabo has been employed by the Copper Queen c...

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. — 3 July 1902

af Weakness If other physicians have treat you for so calledweafcceiw yon were beared only temporarily If at all and the reason i very Apparent when the cue of taw of power in man Is understood Weakac isnt a veaVneas at all lnt Id merely a symptom of chronic inflammation in the prostrate gland My ykt m of local treatment re moTes this jnflarcatloo and i the only treatment that ever Las or ever can perma nently restore trenpth atd viror Contracted Disorders Many men irake the mistake of atfirpticK to cure themselves by the ce of patent to trrnnft All contracted diteae are danrer onnn treated promptly nnd t ciestlfi cally A partial cure may reult in loMof rezoal power throoh injury to the pros trate trland My treatment la prompt and abrolntely infallible 1 t X F nETZPrbprietor t M5BEE 9 ARIZON J r JlsaN WIIHIMIHMMIMMII ifesAC1 1 J 1 1 HM Consolidation Mu rt Go On By EDWARD H HARRIMAN President of the Southern Pacific f T I jiyytyyiiwiiniwiiyiwTiiiirwpiir7MiiiiiniHr I JU I 2GISLATION O...

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