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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARZOINA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1907.
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CANANEA, SONORA, MEXICO.
LA MESA, OPPOSITE HOTEL SONORA.
Grocarle. Fruit, Produce, Feed, Wood ant Cod. o.
Our Wood Camp Is now 1 operation again, and vtm
ara prepared to take care of all business, carleag
or less In all lengths, Oat: and Juniper.
Prompt Delivery. IKMfattHMflHHHHIIHBHH
Don't forget Black Diamond Coal
0. K. LIVERY and UNDERTAKING CO,
BISBEE and LOWELL
Plidnes: Bisbee, 15; Lowell, 74.
Sftcial' Attention Given to Boarders.
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Make your family happy by installing a-
r ' ' GAS RANGE
Makes housework easy and pleasant. No
wood to carry and no hot stoves to contend
a.- GAS COMPANY
OUTLOOK IS NOT
In Conversing With Big East
ern Brokers Duey Finds
They Believe Standard OH
Responsible for Slump,
After siendlng about six weeks
traveling through the east on his sum
mer vacation Harry Duey, member of
the well known firm of brokers, re
turned to the city Sunday morning,
and last evening left for Hachlta,
N. M., from which point he will go to
the property of the Anderson-Apache
Company, In which he Is a heavy
stockholder and one of the directors.
When seen by a Review reporter,
and asked concerning financial con
ditlons in the east, as well as the opin
ions of the prominent brokers of, that
section of the country in regard to th6
recent slump in the market, Duey
"From all I could learn the condl
tlons in the money market in all. of
the big eastern centers does not differ
in the least from its condition right
here in Blsbee It Is very tight, and
there Is no definite prospect of its be
coming better In the near future. Al
though there seems to be a great
deal of money, those who have it are
keeping It well In hand, fearing that
the long threatened contest between
the big corporations and the federal
administration will bring about a con
dition of affairs wherein every avail
able dollar will be necessary for Im
"In regard to the stock market.
those brokers With whom I conversed,
In Chicago, seemed" to "hold different
opinions, some thinking 'that it would
improve steadily, while others were
firmly" convinced that no radical
change will come either way until
the government succeeds In bringing
the big corporations Into line, so that
public confidence will be restored,
without which no change for the bet
ter can be expected.
"Talking of the recent slump the
majority seemed to be of the opinion
that out of revenge the Standard Oil
crowd hammered the market, and
tried to gain the support of the small
Investors agatn3t the administration
which has been instrumental in scor
ing a $29,240,000 fine against them.
With their enormous resources this
arowd can undoubtedly demoralize the
i whole situation, but It is not proba
ble that they will pursue this course
in the face of public opinion which
13 already so strongly opposed to
f UPPER LOSES IK PERSUADES GIRL
Second Round of Tournament
Sees Elimination of Last
Scratch Man 7 Broderiek
With the defeat., of Tupper last
evening by Harrington in the second
round of the elimination pool tourna
ment which has been in progress at
the Elks Club, the last of the scratch
men is out of the running and the
contest is nearlng the end of the sec
ond stage. In the second game Dr.
Broderiek sprang a surprise, defeat
ing Forbes after the latter had hat
a lead during the greater portion of
Much speculation had been Indulged
In as to the result f the Harrington
Tupper game, the former having a
handicap of five points, and the lat
ter being the only scratch man left
in the contest. Up until the game
opened the sentiment was evenly dl
vldec. but before It had progressed
San Antonio Comancho, 25
Years of Age, Is Caught
After .Having Had Girl Away
from Home 24 Hours.
After taking Eustalla Mendoza, aged
13 years, away from her parents'
home, and remaining Mdden with her
in a snack on Chihuahua Hill since
Sunday evening, San Antonio Co
mancho, aged 25 years, wasfc last night
placed under arrest by Deputy Sheriff
Will White, who also took the ,rl
into custody. Comancho will have a
preliminary hearing on Wednesday.
Yesterday morning Nativadad Men
doza appeared In Justice Hocan's
court and Informed him that San An
tonio Comancho had persuaded her
13-year-old daughter to leave home
with him on Sunday evening, and
that neither of them had been seen
after that. A complaint was .drawn
up and warrants Issued for the "arrest
or the fugitives. The papers were
placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff
very far Harrington became tho odds- White, who immediately got Into com-
La Flor de Mexico
CIGARS OF MERIT
Havana, Mexico Cigars. Take No Others.
BEST 8M0KE IN THE MARKET.
The Home of Arizunans
Hotel Orndorf f
Ei Paso. Texas
on favorite. Playing the steady and
careful game, which has "characteriz
ed his work since the opening round,
Harrington secured a lead In the first
couple of frames, and gradually en
larged it with each successive frame.
On the other, Tupper did not seem
to be 1n the best of form at any time
in the 'game. However, he played a
steady gamffimtll his opponent's lead
became rather large, at which time
the theatrical manager gave an illus
tration of how one would pose for a
moving picture- entitled" The Latest
Sport Ballooning." The final score
stood: Harrington, 100; Tupper 63.
In the -second game Forbes was a
favorite against Dr. Broderiek and
for a time it looked very much as
If this wa3 the proper "dope." Start
ing with a handicap of five points.
Forbes overtook the physicians han
dicap of ten and kept on piling up
the points until It looked like a walk,
ing talking party.. However, after the
fifty mark was turned, matters be
gan to assume a different appearance.
Gradually Broderiek overcame the
lead of his opponent by a succession
of brilliant runs. Tho spurt, which
It was feared was temporary, was the
real article and the doctor finished
in good style while Forbes was still
at the 89th post.
The first game this evening will be
played by Pattlson (90) and Francis
(90) and the second by Zeismer (90)
and Nfeylan (90).
munication with the officers at Xaco
the mother having stated that she be
lieved the man had started for Can-anea.
All of yesterday not a sign of the
fugitives wa found, but late last
evening White, while working around
among the Mexican population of Chi
huahua HiUXJearned that Comancho
had been seen" in a shack above Naco
Road. The officer at once went'to the
place tfvsslgnated, and although he
knocked on the door several times got
no reply. He then tried the window.
but that also "was locked, but juat at
that minute he heard some one cough
inside, and going to the door. Informed
the occupants that he would force ai
entrance if they did not permit him to
enter immediately. The threat had no
effect, and White was well along on
the work of demolishing the door
when a man inside said he would open
As soon as he laid eyes on him
White knew Comanche and placed him
under arrest, as well as the girl who
was In the room. The prisoners were
placed In the branch county Jail.
JOHEN' FIRE SALE.
Thos. A. Edison's latest and great
est comedy picture. See It tonight at
the Theatre Royal. This picture will
bo shown three days only.
NEW BALL PLAYER.
Paid In Capital $50,000.00. Banking in all its branshss.
I. W. WALLACE, President.
A. W. WOOD, Vice President.
C. L. EDMUNDSON, Vice President
v R. M. Moore, Cashier. .
W. H. RANKIN, Ass't. Cachltr.
I. W. WALLACE
C. L. EDMUNDSON
c. a. Mcdonald
R. M. MOORE,
E. A. WATKIfS
A. W. WOOD
W. E. McKEE
4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts.
STORM VISITS CITY
Torrents of Water Fall While
Lightning Flashes, But No
- Damage Is Done.
On Sunday another heavy storm
swept over the city, and for more thin
two hours the' various highways re
sembled creeks as the water from the
surrounding hills flowed down. Al
though the rain was accompanied by
the most brilliant electrical display
no damage was caused, although one
house was struck.
The storm came from the northwest.
and got over the city about noon on
Sunday. During tho first hour the
rain was not Tery heavy, although the
thunder and lightning were the worst
seen In the district for years past.
About 1 o'clock the rain began to fall
In torrents, and every few minutes
wicked streaks of lightning flashed
from the heavens losing themselves in
Tombstone Canyon was the scene of
the heaviest portion ofthe storm, and
after the first hour 'resembled a river
rather than a-road. The water came
down 'from tho-hllls-in deep streams,
and forming with the main current
carried boulders, and debris of every
description along with It Tne sub
wa carried off the entire flood with
out an j trouble. For a time Review
avenue was turned Into a young river.
and at the Junction with Railroad ave
nue was impassable.
It was reported that the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoner was suuck
by lightning, but no damage was done
either to the house or its occupants.
On Naco Road considerable damage
was done in the washing out of the
hiehwav. and the destroying of a cul
vert on the rauroaa in me vicinity
of the ice plant.
Cohen's Fire Sale, a picture that
never falls to bring a laugh. See it
tonight at the Theatre Royal.
NO COUNCIL MEETING.
Contrary to a report published last
evening that there would be a meet
ing of the city council, that body did
not Uold any session, nor had any
been called. It was stated that there
was to be a meeting of the city's
legislative body to determine the
amount of the tiuc levy for this year.
The report was an error.
The Globe baseball team has re
ceived a valuable addition the.new
player arriving at the home of X V.
Prochaska yesterday moruln,:. He
only weighs nine ponnds. but his hap
py father declares that he ahvady has
thf hardest Globe rooters beaten a
mile for making noise. GI.tjo Sluer
Mr Prochaska was formerly with
tho Coner Oueen Store at this pl?ce.
Many friends remember the very ;rt-
ty wedding or Mr. Prac-iasKA ana
Miss Whltecotton, which occurred In
Bisbee some two years ago. Congratu
lations to tho happy parents and best
of luck to the young basel.au pic.jer.
Cohen's Fire Sale, a pictures that
never fails to bring a laugh. See it
tonight at the Theatre Royal.
STILL OUT OF
Once a minister plenipotentiary"
Took a ride on the Twentieth Century.
There came a loud crash.
The train went to smash,
And he said, "This Is quite an adven
COHEN FIRE SALE.
Thos. A. Edison's latest and great
est comedy, picture. See It tonight at
the Theatre Royal. This picture will
be shown three days only.
"1 UR buyers have scoured the eastern markets for just the class of merchandise that will please the Bisbee trade, and we know that we have
J J what you want, at hitherto unheard of prices in this city. The new things are arriving daily and we will take very great pleasure in snowing
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We wish to assure our trade that they are just as welcome in our store whether buying or looKing, ana wey wm itxe.ve at an i....Co
the vejy best service and courtesy. . "
Note Belcrw sl Few ojf Our
Many Speoials For This Week
All Silk Skirts in all colors
They are dandies
At $3.00 Each
Good Mohair Skirts in Black, Brown, Gray and Navy.
The very thing for hack wear at
Our Special Panama In Black, Brown and' Navy at
Is a wonder. ' it
Of Ruberlzed Satin in all the leading shades, 54 inches'
ONE LOT -The
prettiest things you ever saw In Ruberlzed Taffeta
In the leading Plaids, at
OuF few n&ll Millinery fe Swell. See Our Specials
At $5e009 $7.50 and $10.00
THE WOMEN'S TOGGERY
Special Reduction Sale
We are selling any $2.50r $3.00 or $3.50 Straw
Hat now at $1.50
A line of Two Piece Suits that regularly sell for
$13.50 and $15.00 now . $10.00
. Any $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 or $4.50-Trousers injhe
store now i $2.50
We have a good assortment a,nd allfsizes.
We are also selling Hart, Schafner & Max Cloth
ing at 20 per cent off regular price.
THE SAFE PLACE
I ON MAIN STREET
D. P. Rossi & Co., City Restaurant
THE BEST PLACE TO EAT OPEN DAY AN NIGHT.
NFXT DOOR TO CITY HALL, OPPOSITE DEPOT.
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We can get for you what you
can't get for yourself
BISBEE w DRUG
U, S. Collateral Bank
MAIN STREET, BISBEE.
MONEY ON MINING STOCKS AND ANYTHING
MspwS" l rX4 f l?-' tBttB
We have just received a
large shipment of Golf and
All the newest patterns
are being shown at ?
$1 to $3.5Q
- See0ur Special Phonograph Offer!