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THE BISiEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1910
$100,000 IS OFFERED
TO THE MAN OF
r?o extfy baking aawtlmr
taada from Royal Drape
Cream oi Tartar
Medium, No Lime Ptieschalf
MEXICAN OFFICIALS 'SURRENDER
REMAINS OF LOCAL MAN WITH-
Tbo remains of JocpU ScaofleM
who died Vr.',py In Naco. Sonoro,
were brought to Bmbee Sunday and
lutcied in l-.cyw-ii lary V
the Pa!aee Undertaking concern.
Saturday the Pilace company scut
to Xaco. Sotiora. (or the remains
and the -Mexican officials of this
-border town refused to allow the
body to be brought out until $100 Mcx-
lean mono had been paid to them.
It was impossible at the time to pay
the amount demanded by 'he offi
cial and the undertaker returned
to Bisbee without tho remains.
' Sundaj word was received that
the body could be brought ii of
the couutry Into the United States
and the undertaker made another
trip to Xaco and the remains were
brought across the line and back to
Bislee where they were shortly
Mr. Saunders of the Canauea road
had interested himself In the mat
.j. ter and had wired the governor fo
permisslon to take the remains of
Schofield out of the state. The gov
ernor granted the permission as re
quested. The local members of the elec
trical -workers are very grateful to
llr. Saunders for his interest tak n
In getting the bod of onn or thvir
members out of Mexico for buria'
In his natiie countn
NEW YORK SUFFERS
AREA OF 500 BY 300 FEET IS
REDUCED TO ASHES IN ME
TROPOLIS XEW YORK. Oct. 3. Fire in the
vicinity of Twentyjfourth street and
Kleenth aenue tonight swept an
area of 500 by 300 feet causing a
damage estimated at $1,300,000. Chief
Chief Croker announced it was the t
greatest burned area in his experi
ence iu Xcw York city.
The space swept away was com
posed almost of three acres of lum
ber yards, factories and stables.
For nearly three hours the fire was
bejond control of the firemen and
waa stopped at length by the act'on
cf the apparatus which when com
bined, threw water at the rate of 33,
000 gallons a minute.
KOAXOKE, Va Oct. 3. At a
special meeting of the stockholders
of the Xorfolk and Western Railway
today a faorab'e vote was taken on
the proposal of the directors Tor a
new bond Issue of $30,000,000 and a
$30,000,000 increase in the company's
common stock, making the total cap
italization $13,000,000 of common and
$23,000,000 of adjustment preferred
stock. The stockholders adlo rati
fied the acquisition of the Big Stony
Hallway and approved the lease of
the Xorfolk Terminal Railway.
The vvlse brea"kfast
For the brain worker
Grape-Xuts and cream .
Eaten slowly and
And for a hot beverage,
A cup of well made Postuai.
Xot much bulk, but
Try it 10 mornings and -
7et the clear head
And steady nerves
"There's a Reason"
Postura Cereal company, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Flnancitl ' report of the Charity
Committee of tbo Hoard or Trade, for
thiee month. cud'm; fcVii ml it r.i.
Baljnco onJiand July 1. I'.Urt $20100
Subscriptions and donation-;
received, lncli.d'n; amounts
Meals and Lodgings furnished
New Clothing furnished
Coal and Wood furnished
Paid on account of Illness
fix. care-fares for parcels, etc
Stationery, postage and P. O.
Salary vcf Assistant Secretary
for three menths
Balance on hand September
30. 1910. $130.33
Iu addition to the above expendi
tures about two hundred calls were
made in the interest of the charity
work and one hundred and fifty ar
tides or clothing given ouL during
the three months mentioned, which
cVthlng as neaily a'l don
ated. nd -which accounts lor the
small expenditure for clothing. In
all twelve destitute families wtre
given help .In different ways, until
they could either help themselves or
cbta'u help through some of their
friends or rclathes. in most oi the
families there was illness, and the
doctors' attendance was always secur
ed whenever necessary. Sixteen cas
ESCAPED FROM OFFICER
After being placed under arrest
Xanolean Lewis escaped from Officer
Trotter last nlghL Jle was arrested
on suspicion of stealing a coat lie
told the otlccr he couiU provt In
his mother that he did not steal tho j
garment. Officer and priboncr re
paired to the Lewis home where th
officer listened to the mothers stnrj.
Lewis edged towards the kitchen,
made a bee line for a rear door
and disappeared over a nearby bill.
Sealshipt Oytters. Tovrea's.
GAS BY THURSDAY.
Manager James Powell of the Uls
Lee Light jand. Power company stat
ed yesterday that he expects to hae
cirangements completed by Thurs
day for turning 'the gas Into the
mains. The gas company's office was ,
open yesterday and there was a steady
fcirtam of consumers at the office all
day requesting information as to
vhen the gas would be turned on
Cential Pharmacy haa added to the
liopalar line of McDonalds' Candies
by putting in a line of A'lgrcttl
candies and not an old price of
candy remains in the case. 13 is all
MORENO HEARING TODAY
The Moreno hearing will be held
in Justice Murphy's court today. Mo
reno is charged with having stabbed
another Mexican at Tlntown several
months ago. Immediately pfter the
alleged attempted murder Moreno
left the country. He returned to
South Bisbee a few days ago and
was arrested by Sheriff Jack White.
A few days before he committed
his last alleged stabbing an old
man at a dance In Tlntown and paid
a t!nc of $180.
NOT AGAINST RANGERS.
Ji.ke Scheercr, of the board of sup
ervisors was In- Bisbee yesterday
morning on his way to Tombstone
to tettend tho quarterly meeting of
the beard. When asked what his
Ofitlon was on the county ranger
appointments he stated that he was
net against the appointment of the
rangers, but that he believed thit
ail the counties of the territory
sliould act together in appointing
here officers. He said that he dd
ret believe In Cochise county alono
maintaining a county ranger fore;
CAMERON IN WASHINGTON
Fears that Representative Ralph
K. Cameron had 'eft Washington be
fore the message sent him by the
committee In charge of the cam
paign to secure the brigade milit
ary post for Bistre were dlsaappatcd
yesterday when Attorney Franklin
B. Dorr, secretary of the committee,
received a telegram from Washington
j stating that his message to Mr.
J Cameron had ben delivered. I'rc-
ivlous to this ha was notified by
cs of illness were gHeti attention
dating theso three months
While the Charity Committee does
not expect to be able to furnish em
ployment for all who are looking for
work, and apply to tho assistant sec
retary, jet temporary employment
has been furnished In a. number of
cases, and the assistant secretary Is
alwayo glar" to be notified o; any wlu
are out of employment and anxious
Five children who were ia need
of temporary homes are bc'ng well
cared for through the efforts of the
committee, and at cnn'il expense,
through the kindness o xomo ladies
who hhvo been "billing to take them
' tneir homes and can) for them
temporarily. In a few cases where
tho committee has given help the
amounts have been refunded, which
has enabled us to keep a balance en
hand for u3o In case of emergency.
Tho committee appreciates the
kindness of all who have assisted in
the work ia any wtiy, including the
country doctors who Uie alwajs
been willing to attend to any cases
of Elckness when called upon, also
Mr. Phllbrook and the school board
who have furnished office room free
of charge, as well as the B. I. com
pany for free phone, and the ladies
who hae helped In many ways, all
of which enables us to cftrry oil tho
work at much less expense.
Very few transients have applied
to tho committee for help during the
last three months. The assistant sec I
Z JT. I .. r , litonnd a square oil can. one side ot
to attend to. such as setUIug family. ... . , . . . ... . .
difficulties and many other matters
that tho public are never aware of.
so tliit the amount of money pa'3
out on cases is only a smill iat
of the work sometimes.
The committee will soon need a fur
ther supply of clothing for thj faH
and winter months.
i ACTION TAKEN
Oil COUNTY RANGERS
ABSENCE OF SHERIFF DELAYS
APPOINTMENT OF MORE PRO
TECTION Owing to the absence of .SherhT
ack White, the board of supervisors
u'd not take up the ma tt-r cf cs
talilshlng a force of cju---v r.ingtrs
at their meeting held in Tombstone
rcterda afternoon and last night.
It la expected tha. the matter will be
taken up just as soon as Sheriff
White returns. It Is stated upon
rood authority that the supervisors
will unanimously olc to establish a
i. ice of orrlce-s
Sheriff WL.te Is i;i O-lau . -ja my
vbere a man who Is wanted at Tomb
stone for forgery, is under arrest
OF CAR REPAIR GRAFT
SAYS TIMBER WAS ENUMERATED
IN BILLS FOR WORK ON STEEL
Chicago, OcL 3. II. A. Simms, in
chaise of the investigation into the
records of the Illinois Central rail
road, was witness against Frank B.
lUrriman, Charles L. Ewlng, and
J M. Taylor, former Illinois Central
oFcials before Judge Bruggemeyer to
day. Ho took the witness stand up
on, the abrupt conclusion of the tes
timony of Henry C. Osterman, presi
dent formerly of the Osterman Manc
Simms testified he had made pay
ments of money to Illinois Central car
inspectors while he, was supHrintert
dent cf the Memphis Car company.
Records were presented by Simms
I vhlch showed for repairs of Illinois
Central car -number 104,934, a bill of
SSy.JG was rendered. Among the
items In this bill were those for 21
feet of pine and 1 10 feet oak lumber
"As car number 104.934 was an all
steel car." said Simms, "such mater
ial as pine and oak could net have
be!! used 'n its repair."
the telegraph company that Mr. Cam
eron had left Washington. The tel
egram sent by the committee asked.
Mr. Cameron the status of affairs
rclatlre to the post and It is ex
pectcd that he will reply shortly.
T. F. B.
Bisbee Lodge Xo. 432
meets every Wednes
day evening at Fair
HalL Visiting mem
bers cordially invited
Cont'nued from Pago 1).
by the Merchants and Manufacturer-!
arsociation, has been engaged In rui
ning them down Another reiwrt
from San Francisco is that Ilryson,
cue of the men alleged to have pur
chased the dynam'te, was running a
Znunch out of San Pedro and also
'.hli is unconfirmed-
Gen. Otis and Harry Chandler, of
the Times, ar mrklng arrangements
for hold'ug cue funeral service for
cil tho victims of the disaster whllo
a committee was appointed today, con
sisting of editors and managers of all
papers In tho city, and is gathering
e. fund to be devoted to relelvlng :
families cf the victims. Tho funeral
o Churchill Harvey-Elder, night edl-to-.
will bo held tomorrow.
"II tho families of then men do not
ebject wo will have them Interred In
tie one grave." sa'd Gen. Otis, "and
wo will raise a monument to their
memory, which will bear the names
The explosion and subsequent find
ing of bombs at the homes of Otis
find ZechandeJaar resulted In a hoax,
that alarmed tho entire neighborhood
at Grand avenue and Xlnth street
and caused a panic among the work
men at the Uewlyn Iron works, in
Uho north end of the city A boy found
a box containing clockwork and an
old can, which looked like a battery,
at the home of Mrs. Plnkham. When
the police arrived they found several
t; omen In the Parkman homo and
occupants of nearby houses In hystei
Shortly afterward a workman at the
Ucwlyn Iron works heard a buzzing
sound And. iipon investigation ho
I vhlch had been cut to admit two dry
batteries and celts and a clockwork
mechanism. Ho alarmed the work-)
jrs and everyone fled from the build
ing. They did not rtturn to work until
the police arrhed and topk the su
rosed infcrnrJ machine away. At the
Ci-ntral pollca station Captain 1-en-hausen
opened tho thing and found
it conthined dry batteries, alarm
clock and an electric buzzer The
button of the buzzer had been taken
xiowu and enured the no'se which al
armed the workmen.
HALF MILLION FOR WORK
SAX KItAXCISCO. OcL 3.-Accom-panled
by Detective William J.
Burns, three detectives of the Los
Ange'es iolice department and At
torney Jar! Itogers In charge of
the investigation of tho dynamiting of
the Times buLding, arrived here to
day and Immediately, began to work
on the caw While no definite clew
has rewarded the search thus far
It was determined that the trail will
soon lead again to a southern city
It is reported here tonigh' a fund
of 3500,000 had been placed at the
disposal of Ihe investigators liv the
merchants, manufacturers, am' chain-1
her of commerce of Los ngelea. ;
The amount was originally $30,000
this much having b-cn subscribed in
an hour by the business men of Los
Angeles. The sum wa later In
creased to $230.0f0 this afternoon it
is rumored and was next raised to
half a million dol'ars.
Rogers and Burn; devoted most
of the day to vilts along the water
front and to the plant of the powd
er company at Giant. Contra Costa
countv. Xo trace was found or the
launch Peerless and nothing morr
than eidence already on hand was
I Iearned nccrnlni: the Identity of
Mho mpn who manned thf nivsterious
Under orders given by Act.ng Chief
of Police Wall this morning. Detect
ives Burke. Cavanaugh, Esola and
McGowann have boon detailed to
this' case. All thee men are thor
oughly fami'lar with water front af-
j fairs and will devote most of their
attention In an effort to locate tho
missing launch. It is believed the
name "Peerless' was assumed for the
purpose of misleading the detectives.
It became known today that two
men whose descriptions agree with
those of A. L. Bryson and Wllliaia
Morris, the men who purchased 500
pounds of dynamite at the Gelatine
Giant works SepL 23, visited a local
firm at closing time on the night
of Sept. 22 and purchased eight
aluminum letters to spe'I the word
Bruce McCaul, chief invoice clerk
of the powder works, told, the de
tectives today ho could identify the
three men who 1ought the powder
from his PepL 23. The man -who
purchased the powder gave his name
as Bryson and tlie man who accom
panied him was known as Morris.
A cash payment for the exr-loidve was
made in the company's office In this
city by Bryaon. McCaul says the
man who called at the works for the
powder when ready for delivery,
gave his name as Leonard, although
he answered the description of Bry
son The men stated the pow&rr
was to be used in clearing some
Drop In and Be Bowl cf soup
e Of"c Saloon
ATTENTION, MINERS ,
ROOM AND BOARD 9388
PER MONTH. GOOD BOARD
AND NICE CLEAN ROOMS
MRS. J. B. ELLIOT, SOUTH
V ! fesK
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Keep Warren District Money
Our job department is complete, Neatness and dispatch are
the mottoes of this department,
rJi'J'jL, Bisbee Daily Review
Mifi 'i ''-Nl
AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT
that Is after the fire starts it Is
useless to think of taking out a
lo'Icy. The time to do It ia
NOW before the danger threatens.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
and let us write you a Policy on
your home and property at once.
It ought to be made a criminal of
fense to be without fire Insurance.
Johnson & Haiglcr
REALESTATE& FIRE INSURANCE
' nrri au
l tiuiwi milium
. MRS. A. A,
. commercial men
of the best.
so travelling public. Families '
. especially will find better con- '
, Toniences here than else- '
t where. Conveyances and sad- '
t die horses to hire. '
nun in oiuc Off. ULrui 1
If you want buy or rent
a gpod rifle or shotgun go
UNCLE SAM'S '
LOAN OFFICE :
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THE ORIGINAL BUDWEI8ER
BEER ON DRAFTS
MMT BEER, CIGARS, LIQUOR
21 Inwtry Gvleh, Strum B4k
ABRAHAM SOINILA, Prop.
This clothing department of ours offers you an opportunity for
a good sate Investment. We honestly believe we have the best
line of clothing for the man of moderate means that has eter
been shown in Bisbee. Don't confound these suits with clothing
botb cheap In price and in quality. These are cheap In prico
but you'll find the same distinctive something better about them
that characterizes our entire stock. You'll pay mora for these
suits elsewhere and you'll surely not get the satisfaction. We
aro showing on excellent line of suits at the prices $10 $12.30
and $15. You'll really be surprised and wonder how much qual
ity is really put Into them. They made a hit with us. They'll
make a hit with you too.
Patronize home industry, Every dollar
sent out oi this district will have along
road to travel before it g3ts back,
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN RACE PURSKS AND
2S3 world's fastest horses entered In the speed depart
ment A DAY OF AUTOMOBILE RACING when the fast
est 'and most daVing auto drivers in this country will race.
MIDWAY SHOWS WILL AMUSE nna entertain. One night
GRAND DISPLAY OF THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN
premiums has attracted wonderful exhibits in ll-.e-stock,
Iioultry. dog, sheep and swine, agricultural, ediicational
dairy and w omens departments.
Too Big to Miss
Reduced Rates on All Railroads
Famous Indian Hot Springs
A noted resort tor health and
are sick, get jrtlL It well, get pleasure.
THE BEST OF HUNTING AND FISHING AT ALL TIMES.
Alexander Bros. Propretors.
MADE BYTHE CUBAN CIGARlCS DENVER. CW
Houses For Sale and to Let Cash or Time
Payments. Money to Loan.
r - H Y
pleasure. Rates $2.00 to $3.00
per day. Twenty minutes ride
fium Hot Springs Station, Gra
ham county. Arizona. These
wonderful waters aro recom
mended to cure rheumatisb,
cout, dropy, liver, kidney and
stomach troubles, blood dis
eases and women's ailments.
Beautiful lawns and shade trees.
Large plunge and swimming
I pool; also fish lake and boat
Sing, lawn tennis and croquet
rand swings. Try our wonderful
mun and mineral baths. If you