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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 17 July 1902

I- TERRITORIAL NEWS he cured rheumatism He has been in jail for some weeks and that time Is allowed on three months sentence At Globe Fred Briggs has his hands swathed in bandages as a result of too muh patriotic fervor on the fourth He had loaded a toy cannon with dyna mite taken irom a giant cracker but failing to make the cannon go off he got a pitchfork and fixed it with the prongs toward him and with the can non held in both hands be was Jabbing It onto one of the prongs in order to losen the dynamite when it exploded The recoil of the cannon tore Ftedi Tight hand severely and painfully cut the left hand also The services of a doctor were required to sew up the wounds and it will be some time yet before Fred has the use of his hands W F Cooper the present district attorney of Pima county will leave Tucson when his present term of ofice expires which will be about the first of the year He has announced that he would not be a candidate for re election which caused a stir in repub...

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. — 17 July 1902

i Ira IQfc lr iff A J A A AXiIrilri B fc 3 AtjThe Fair B t K -paired that end of the- Joof bridge crossing thegulch by the fire nouse that is directly in iront 01 air- Wal laces building ftirrled ff f The plans and1 specifications of Mr 4 A M Sastanovlcn lor a juiwumuws -was submitted to the to cost 2300 00 GFSSfera CouncilmanTaylor and -seconded by Councilman Kindred that a committee of three be appointed to see If they can raise money to Tjegia -ii Kniirim rizht awav carried The motion having been carled thel Mayor appointed Taylor Scott and Kindred to act on this committee On motion of Kindred seconded by Bowen being properly putand carried the Dlans and peclfitUcBSjf Jail viMimr sa snbmitted byIr A- Sustanovich was accepted It was regularly motioned seconded and carried that City Attorney Miller draw up form of contract and bond for the Buildteng of the Jail between Mr Ki M Sustanovich and council and submit before the council at 1U next meeting j as Hav ing got Mr Walter Dougla...

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. — 17 July 1902

1 MINING APPLICATION 779 - Survey No 1618 I S 1 atid Office Tucson Arizona May T IKS Nolle U hereby given that Alexander C sey whose poetofBce address Is Tomb stone Cochise county Arizona has male Application for a patent or 1M linear tu of the Crown Point and 1500 linear ft K the Silver User oda Claims bearing BUver and Copper situate In the Tur quols Mining district Cochise countr Arisona and described In the official plat and i eld notes on file In this office as fol lows viz Designated oy Surveyor Gen eral as M a No IBS CROWN POINT LODE Beglnnlng t cor No I a pine post 4 ft Ions 4 In so to monad of stone scribed NWCCP t Mtt Whence US Kin ltonNo1 of Tur quoise attains District bra N S4 dec mln W an7 feet Thence N a dec 6 sain E var U IS mln E ISM ft to cor No 2 a pine post 4 ft lose 4 In sq In mound of stones scribed NK I 1BS Thence 8 dec U mln K var U dec X mln E 851 ft to cor No S a pine post S l t it Ions 4 In vi In mour o stones sensed SUCCK - IBS whence the south center end ...

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. — 17 July 1902

1 t J I rfS r r I COPPER MINING COMPANY V ARTICLES OF INCOKfOBATION HECLA AND ARIZONA GOLD AND a Know all men by these presents that we the undersigned have this day vol together for the purpose of forming a corpora- uon unaer ine laws oi tne Territory or Arizona and we do certify 1 That the name of the aforesaid incorporators are William Fllnn of Weatherford Parker county Texas 4 J M Carroll of Bisbee Cochise couu I ty Arizona C T Clark of Bisbee Cochise county Arizona and F W Howard of Bisbee Cochise county Art- zona 11 That the name of the said poration ia Hecla Arizona Gold and -Copper Mlnnlng company and that its principal office and place of business i the city of Bisbee Cochise county Arizona Territory ana such other places as the board of directors may designate 111 That the enterprises pursuits busineBsfaacL occupation in which this - corporation proposes to engage Is To J acquire by location purchase or other- 4 wise mines ox gold copper silver lead coal and mines of all o...

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. — 17 July 1902

I Amsndii utfd thli as sig icetai other tloaVd ORDINANCE NO 18 ling Ordinance no in gam to City License The Mayor and Common Council of the city of Dlsbee do ordain as follows Sfectlon 1 Ordinance 3ven 7 in regard to the city licenses is hereby amended to read as follows Sec 2 It shall be unlawful Jor any person firm association or body cor porate to engage in or carry on with in the corporate limits of the city of Alsfcee any business profession or occupation for the transaction or car rying on of -which a license is re quited without first taking out or pro curing the license which by this ordl natfrrr required to be had and obtained la tfta nremlses v - - a A i C 3- o ucensw tnuium r under any of the provisions of f ordinance shall be in any manner liable or transferrable or nr Derson other than is therein led to do business or authorize any business than is therein men- or named to be done or mrka nr authorise the same to be at anv other place than is therein named as to which 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. — 17 July 1902

r1 f I f BRIEF CITY NEWS Birth We ailed to announce the birth ot a daughter to Mr and Mrs C C Fln lyson on July the 2d o ii Fat Cattle and Hog A Bauer has just received several carloads ot fine fat cattle and hogs from the Salt River valley It Is one of the finest lots ever shipped Into this section A New Bakery A new bakery will be put up at once on O K street by A Bauer Co The building will be the same size as the building just completed by this company and will occupy the space Just north of the market where a small store budding now stands Off For Frisco K A Torrea of the firm of Torrea Mossman will leave this morning for San Francisco where he goes to witness the slugging match between Bob Fitzslmmons and Jim Jeffries billed for that city on the 25th in stant Mr Torrea expected to be ab Bent for two or three weeks A Good Property Walter Smith Ed West and Peter Johnson who have a lease on the Easter Sunday gold property are working four men taking out ore Dur ing the past six we...

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. — 18 July 1902

iV I U i it v INDIANAPOLIS - s a CONVENTION PRESIDENT MITCHELL OPP03ES A GENERAL STRIKE OF THE MINERS Believes Bituminous Miner Should Continue Work -and Herp Striking Anthracite Miners by a System of Assessments No Action Taken Indianapolis July 17 Associated Press If the voice and influence of President Mitchell of the United Mice Workers shall prevail with the members of his organization there will be no general strike of the or ganization The chances for such ac tion to be taken are very remote In a speech in the convention this afternoon President Mitchell advised strongly against the strike and -urged that bituminous miners should con tinue and that a system of assess ments upon members of the order which he outlined be carried into ef fect as the best means of aftordng aid and support to the striking anthracite men in the east His recommenda tions if adopted by the convention tis afternoon would have settled the entire question for which the conven tion was called and an imme...

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. — 18 July 1902

i - BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning- except Monday CGrOtDATED PrtiXTJHS AND HUE LISHINC COMPANY Address all ci iirnunlcatlons to BIS BcE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL NUMBER PBINTID T0 BAY400 TROUBLE 18 brewing t It Is announced that a meeting ha boon called In Phoenix for the purpose of making an effort to Induce the sec retary of tfie interior to select the Tonto Basin Teservolr site as the place for spending the first money under the new irrigation law enacted by the present congress Everybody who is in any way interested in secur ing a better water supply for the Salt rilVer valley is Invited to be pres ent at the meeting Of course If the secretary of the interior can be induced to begin the first work at the Tonto Basin site it will mean the abandonment of the San Carlos dam enterprise for the present Here is where trouble may be expected If any one doubts that the attempt of the Salt river people to sidetrack the San Carlos dam proposi tion will cause an editorial e...

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. — 18 July 1902

s Wi t r f THE MINING FIELD THE REAL STUFF Recently P A Smith showed the Prescott Courier rporter a specimen of gold quart or rather quartz gold from the Johnson mine located on Rich bill Weaver district in Yavapai county The quartz had been sawed from a larger block and was in the shape of a slab about 3 inches long and 22 inches wide The center of the saved side showed a bolld surface of gold from which ran gold lines the whole looking like the map of a lake fed by many rivulets the solid gold center being the lake and the golden seams running out from it all over the rock the rivulets The rough side of the little slab sparkled with cold Mr Smith stated that there was fully 80 worth of gold in that small piece of quartz This ore was taken from the foot wall of the tunnel 400 feet beneath the apex of the ledge and from an ore body three feet in width As the mine Is wet a good deal of this rich ore was hauled out thrown over the dump before its well nish fabulous value was discovere...

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. — 18 July 1902

L t I- 1 J 15 sSagaw At The Fair BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING JULY 18 a At The Fair A Break in Mens Straw Hats We dont mean the hats that are broken either in quality or sizes but the prices which we are breaking exactly in two The line represents the verjr best makes such as the cele brated KNOX and other leading brands in the vsrr latest styles in Canfm Tuscan and Rough straws 250 ileas Knox Straw Hats Reduced Price I75 3D0 130 200 lOo 100 v 50 75 - 40 Monday proved a Record Breaker In our Shoe Department hundreds of pairs of mens and la dies shoes were eold at astonishingly low prices and ery body who seen and bought tfiem agreed that the ctus of shoes offered was the best and cheapest ever een here THE OREAT CUT SALE ou shoes still continues and in some eases prlt e are even slashed more than advertised 400 and 350 ladies shoes and oxford at 2 63 S50 lT Extra heavy extension sole oxfords verv special price - 175 fn mens shoes and oxfords we offer 700 Russia calf shoe 3 k M...

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. — 18 July 1902

T T2g t 5x i uiii -- fiLitin J JVM 1 How to MdJke The IdeaJ City By TOM L JOHNSON Mayor of Cleveland Iilli iNriiiiTiiriilVI liiiiiiriHlilPillii HE PUBLIC pWNERSHIP OF MUNICIPAL MONOPOLIES AN5 AN EQUAL AND JUST TAXATION OF THE CITI ZENS OF A CITY WILL I THINK BRING ABOUT AS IDEAL A CITY AS WE CAN HOPE TO 8EE FOR YEARS In the first place municipal monopolies consist of rights and special privileges in the public streets and highways which in the nature of the case cannot be possessed by all the people aud can only be enjoyed by the few A constant struggle goes on to obtain such privileges witlL tbe result of checking and retarding -for a long time necessary public improvements Rival claimants not strong enough to obtain what they want often succeed in check mating each other at the expense of denying to the public needed -advantages Only a slight observation of and reflection upon the needs of people crowded together in a city as to facility of moving about as to communication as to s...

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. — 18 July 1902

i i I i i 1 H I i I i 4 i t i I i 1 w WOMAN AND FASHION A Pletwresciw Hat Bats are flower and plctareaqoe asd the ad for streamers la the back Increases Tbc charming afternoon kat Illustrated Is of cream straw trimmed with rows of pink roses A CBKAX STOAW AND ITKK BOSSS band of black velvet encircles the crown and a big gold Ouckle orna ments the front rink loses are placed next the hair under tbe brim and long loops and streamers of black velvet bang down the back New York Mall and Express LIbIdei For White Drruri The question of a lining 1b a perplex ing one to the woman who dresses In white for tbe liDlng costs more than - the gown and to line a fifteen cent cot fiton means something when Viewed from tbe standpoint of tbe pocketbook As for tbe lining it is a matter that cannot be ignored All or very nearly all of tbe summer goods nrc transpar ent and tbe lining is distinctly visible t painfully so sometimes Of course it Is possible to use the plain cotton linings just as one woul...

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. — 18 July 1902

WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence The residence portion of the White House Its closed and carpenters ami decorators ure at work on the lutertot j of the historic old building All the furniture has been removed from tbc east room the blue room and the red room apd placed In storage In a few 4ays the greenhouse located west of the White House conservatory will be torn down to make way for the build ing which is to be used as an office foe the president This building will be completed as soon as possible that work may begin oh the conversion of the pretest offices in the White House j into rooms tor ine use or ine dentlal jiousebold The details of the changes in the White Bouse have not been definitely agreed jtipon but the plans have beea outlined by Architect McEIm and tht main features In the alterations hav I been made public The basement por tion of the house which Is now used ouly rJ a kitchen and laundry is t be utilized A large reception room will be jrrauid on that floo...

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. — 18 July 1902

IN A FEW DAYS PHONE COMPLETED CONNECTING BISBEE WITH THE COUNTY SEATN president ijams was in Blbe Yes terday Conatructlon Force is Wtthln Sight of the City To Fair bank Next President E T Ijams of thhe Tomb stone Telephone company was In Bis bee yesterday to purchase supplies for his telephone construction camp and conferred with George B Ellison on era manager of the Bisbee company on matters of detail concerning the i wwecuon 10 oe made with the Bis ee teiepnone system and tht lne irom tomostone We will make this connection In a few days said Mr Hams Our con struction force is now coming down Tombstone canyon and is in sight of Bisbee There is much enthusiasm at Tombstone in anticipation of having that town connected with Bisbee by telephone I hare had several urgent requests for the privilege of sending the first telephone message from Tombstone to Bisbee Mr Hattich of the Prospector is anxious to call the Review first but I Bhail arrange to have the mayor of Tombstone and the ma...

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. — 19 July 1902

Kbti SENATOR HILL AT OYSTER BAY BUT DID NOT GET TO MEET THE PRESIDENT Attempt to Arrange Meeting Failed Reported Engagement of Mi Roocevelt Denied President Goes With Hie Wife on a Picnic Oyster Bay July 18 Associated Press Arrangements were cocplet ed partially last evening for former Senator Hill wbo came to Oybter Bay to spend the night with William Shee han to meet the president at Saga more Hill but it was found impossi ble to fix upon a time that would be convenient for both Senator Hill returned to New York early today without meeting Roose velt The president passed the morning at Sagamore ILU1 transacting some routine business with Assistant Secre tary Loeb Early In the dav were was no caii ers of importance visited him al though two former members of Rucse velts regiment role out to pay their respects The reported engagement of Miss Alice Roosevelt to Robert Ster ling Clarke a son of Mrs Alfred Corning Clarke is emphatically de nied by authority of the president Miss Roosev...

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. — 19 July 1902

I t LV BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday CCSOLIDAfED PfliNTIXC AND fHB LISHINC COMPANY AitdrvM all communications to BIS BHE DAILY REVIEW BUbee Ariz ACTUAL NUMHI nMTK T04AYJ4OO A HARD YEAR it J3 one f tbe hardest i yean experienced In Arizona The lane continued drouth has reduced the agricultural production of our val leys fully one third Some sections aire suffered much worse than others but the average shrinkage In crops attrfbuatable to lack of water for gatlon will not amount to more than thirty per cent In the valleys this loss however was not evenly distribu ted among the farmers Priority of water locations afforded some of them a much better water supply than oth ers In the Salt river valley and In the- Gila Vail- there is much land that has had no voter since last winter and in such cases of course nothing whatever has been produced Then there are Instances of land favored by priority of water location that has suffered very little from the drouth and av...

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. — 19 July 1902

THE MINING FIELD WICKENBURG SMELTER Company is Rushing Work Prelimi nary to Erection of Plant We hae bad little to say lately con cernlng the custom smelter and some non residents seem to have the ldra says the Wickenbure News HeraU that the project has been abandoned i Nothing couM be further from the truth We Tlslted the grounoVTue day to ascertain what had been and was being done Mr Scofleld and W R Jacks are both in California where they have purchased machinery and are now su perintending the makint or castings and others parts necessary for the plant The other members of the com pany Mr Triptow and Mr Burford are both here Mr Triptow in charge of the work at the grounds while Mr Fiirford is spending most of his time among the miners and at the tarious mines which the company ha pur chased and leased A number of small lots of rich ore have been purchased At present most of the work is be ing concentrated upon the large well being sank A number of men are employed and the well i...

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. — 19 July 1902

V rv y 11 i AtThe Fair m number to be appelated oer 01 -Fourth That this Dody form board of arbitration to aetaeuBoa values - Fifth Terms as thus fixed to be laid before citizens who aiaH vote ticrnn PROPOSAL NOTICE Bids will be received at the oBce of Architect Olmstead until 2 p m Monday July 20th for the erection of a two story brick buiKMng Plans and specifications asay beaeen at the af Sce ot iArekttect Olmstead -Boom P O building Also bids will be re ceived until 4 pm for erciiemiot sr twenty-room-frame baDdtag atLoweQ 7 ARIZONA RANGERS Make a Good Haul in the Chihuahuas Stolen Horses Recovered On Sunday night last at Douglas three horses were stolen the property ot Messrs Howard and Sullivan of that city Captain Mossman of the Rangers was notified and Tuesday morning Rangers Page and Peterson left BIsbee -going towards the Chiri cahua mountains in which direction the men were reported to have gone In the meantime Mr Sullivan owner of two of the stolen horses took the trail at...

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. — 19 July 1902

ISSiS mauuuMuu MiniiiliiHlliiiiliiiiliuiiJiiiiilliiiiUiiiil inn niiniiM Ihe OPEN DOOR j IN CHINA By Hon W W ROC KH ILL ex Commissioner of the United States to China WHY 147000 MINERS WENT ON STRIKE By 6AiyiyELQOMPERS President of the American Federation of Labor lll1iPHMwiriiiiwnwiMliililiTiiiiiinnmf HE open door to commerce in China which the United States has done so much to secure seems better in sured in 1902 than we feared it ever could be The experience acquired hy the foreign powers in 1900 01 has taught them that whatever may be the defects of the Chinese plan of government it is the best suited to that peculiar people To try to change the present -regime and substitute something more in conformity with western ideas would be folly and entail responsibilities which no nation could afford to assume THE POWERS HAVE AL80 REALIZED THAT ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN CHINA CAN ONLY RESULT FROM CONSTANT AND GENERAL PRESSURE FROM WITHOUT AND THAT SUDDEN CHANGE MUST INEVITABLY BRING REVOL...

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. — 19 July 1902

t N Iv lf TERRITORIAL NEWS n The Tucson city council 1b Ilng over the proposition to grant an electric light franchise which U ask- d for by George Pusch and his elates- TheColorado river falls 347 feet be tweenNeedles California and Tama Arizona The altitude at the former place Is 45 feet and at the latter 107 feet The distance in a straight line is 147 miles and by river 281 miles givingTa fall of 122 feet to the mile Thef Argus says the sheep men In Navajo county who hare been ruled off thq forest reserves of the country will be Interested in the recent decis ion of who held that there was no law to force sheep owners to observe the rullngiof the department of the Inter ior Construction -is sow In progress on the new roundhouse car shops car penter shops and section houses of the Arizona New Mexico railroad at Clifton The board of supervisors of Mari- copa county have decided not to order a new registration The old register will be used with a supplement thus saving to that count...

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