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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5. 1910.
. DESTROYED BY FIRE
OE BISBEE EXPIRES
WEDDING HERE ENDS
- AT DOUGLAS SOON
HILL BURNS LOSS PLACED AT
What was known as the upper
Iiojso if S. M. Hayes, of Tank
Ilill was completely d()ctroycU by
' fire at about 11:30 o'clock last night.
1 he loss Is about$2500 "portly cover
ed by Insurance.
The house -was a two-story frame
btructurc of 'twelve rooms divided In
ti apartments for light house keep
ing and lodgings and was occupied
ffy several families. The apartments
vtre rented furnished.
The origin of the fire could not bo
learned last night but it Is thought
that It started la a vucant room on
. the second floor in which s stove had
the tecond floor In which a stove has
been placed for cooking since the
gas was shut off. Another report was
tuat a candle burning down sat fire
to the furniture In one of the rooms.
The alarm was turned In from
the Dojle house and the department
ui.ulo a quick run up the canyon and
noec had three lines of hose connect
ed. It was too late to save the build
Jds. but the department saved the
L houses nearby, one of which wan
the lower Hayes house which had a
. narrow escape as it was but a few
feet from the house which was de
stroyed. For a time during the progress o;
the fire there was- a strong wind
blowing and sparks and p'eces of
burning weak "were carried to quite
4 a d'stance and itcople were busy on
'tli & roofs "jilting out the sparks that
might hate caused a spread of the
fire. A house" at quite a distance
'frcm the Hayes house caught firs
from a spark of the fire that fell on
the roofs putting out the sparks that
extinguished by a bucket brigade,
' Sealshlpt Oysters Tovrea's.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Oct. 4. Over
500 horses are entered to btart In
the S3 races comprising the pro-
'gram for the ten-day trotting meet
ing which opened here today. In
cluded among the big stake events
of the meeting will be the Kentucky
Futurity J21.000 for 3-yearold trot
ters, the classic Tennessee stakes.
$2 000 for- pacers; the $"..000 Tran
sylvania stake, and the $5,009 2-year-old
fJSR i ' '
Mrs. A. E. Hurst leaves, t .lay for
Tanananado, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. WalMi have
returned from the Huachucas.
Quite a Nvmbcr
Seem to Enjoy
Sweet, crisp, iiuHy bits made of
white corn. Serve direct from the
pacKage with cream and sugar.
"The Memory Lingers"
Made at the Pure Food Factories of
Postuiii Cereal Co.,
COL. SHOEMAKER, FORMER MAN-
m-w - c--rnc?f?v. DAIIXAAV IQ
Mrs. W. U. Cleary, of th's city re
delved a itelegVatn yesterday from
Los Angeles announcing the death or
hci father. Col. J. K. Shoemaker,
formerly secretary of the Wanv:
company, of this city. Col. Shoemak
er was 60 years of age and had been
afflicted with stomach trouble for sev
ers! years. Ho resigned his jiscltiun
here about a year and a half ago and ;
removed to California In tins hopes of
regaining his health.
The deceased was born In Whiter
marsh. Pa., In August 1830. For 30 (
jears he wa connected with thci
Pennsylvania railroad system. At
the conclusion of his service -with that,
road ho removed to Bisbeo where ho
becanio associated with the Warren
company. Fpr two Xerma he was a
member of tho staff of Governor Pat
terson, of Pennsylvania, and enjoyed
the distinction of being tho only re-(
ptiblican so honored by a democratic
executive. In addition to his widow
nrd Mrs. Cleary he leaves a daught
er and two sens.
STUDENTS IKE GOOD i
II POSTAL SERVICE'
PHOENIX, OcL 4. Now that the;
end of the summer has enme, Post
master JL Knox Corbett declares suc
cessful an experiment which ha has
been conducting Tor a few months
with high sc'iool oy as postoSice
employes. Ho states that they are
among itho mon efficient help ho
ever had In thei' positions
Three boys v.ef taken on-the force
temporarily, thereby waiving the us
ual civil service examinations. Bar
ry Harpham was employed as a clerk
and Eugene Shaw and Henry Felix,
as carriers. Thought they were Im
mature high school boys, they proved
more satisfactory than the majority
of clerks and carriers of greater
j ears and experience who come to
tho postofflce In the regular way.
They took more personal pride in
their work and evinced -a mere than
usual regard for efficiency, the post
Harpham and Shaw have left the
force to resume their studies but
Felix Is remaining In the service.
The postmaster expects to continue
his experiments with high school stu
dents next summer If the need arises,
JtHINELANDEtt, Wis., Oct. 4.
Over 200 delegates and visitors,
among whom are several clergymen
of wide reputation, are attending the
annual convention of the Wisconsin
Congregational association, which be
gan a three days' session here to
Limited, Baltic Creek, Mich., V. S. A.
EXAS GIRL WEDS GILA VAL- FIRST TERRITORIAL MEETING
LEY BUSINESS MAN IN BIS- TO BE HELD IN COCHISE
A romance that had Its Inception
at auto rld-s in (Ilia valley culmin
ated In a marriage In Dfsbee yes
terday morning when F. T. Patter
son, of Safford and MIS3 Willie
Louisa Itoblnson. who cViims Blsbec
:s her home, were united In mar
rlago by Justice High. The ceremony
was performed at the residence of
Mrs. W. E. Blackmore, a sister of
The groom Is one of tho most i.rom.
inent and influential business men
In Gl!a valley and Is connected with
one of the largest hardware flr.u(r
In the territory. The bride's home!
Is in Texas. She spent the summer)
at Safford the gueat of an -sjclo whoj
!s a banker. During her residence
there she met the groom. Misa Uob-(
Inson came to Bisbeo a few ntH-lis
.... .. .. . let, n9 ii till. Iirrr flip '
decided to return homo as Mrs. Pat
VEILED PROPHETS SHOW
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Oct. 4. The In
tercst of the politicians now centers
In tho State convention of the In
dependence league, which has been!
called to meet in this city tomor-j
row to nominate a State ticket. Thei
prevailing opinion Is that William I
IL Hearst; the founder and control!-'
lng spirit of the league. Intends to!
do his utmost to defeat the Democrat.!
Ic gubernatorial nominee this fall.
Rumors are current that the "eague
may nominate Mr. Heart for govern
or and Indorse the rest of the Re
HOLYOKE. Mass, Oct. 4. The
Republican congressional convention
of the First district of Massachusetts
met here today and renominated Con
gressman George P- Lawrence by ac
CITY COUNCIL IN
CONTROL OF DEMOCRATS
Continued from Paso 1).
tax had been held out by the com
panies. A question also arose about
the payment of ten per cent to J.
J. Patten for the collection of the
street tax as he is under salary from
the city In another capacity.
Alderman Hughes suggested Hut
an ordinance be drawn and adopted
which will provide that teams gnli.g
up Main street keep to one side of
the street car tracks and teams com
ing down keep to tho other. He sug
gested that a penalty be attached
to the ordinance so that therj will
be something to sustain the officers
in its enforcement This matter met
with the approval of the council anl
v.'li be brought up at the next meet
The first territorial teachers' insti
tute held In Cochise county will be
held at Douglas on December, 27,
2K, 29, and SO. Jany of the most
prominent educators In the sduth
wtst. will bo present. Including Dr.
K. C. Babcock. president of the ter
ritorial unlvcndty at Tucson: Prof
A. J. Mathews, president of tho Ariz
aon Normal schopl, cf Tempe, Dr.
Bclton, of tho Tempo Normal school
and President Blome of tho Arizona
normal school at Flagstaff.
Arrftnirpmpnts arp helnr? made to en
tertain 300 teachers and Instructors. '
Thtro are about 180 teachers In Co-
chiro county and it 's expected that
fully 150 will be present, giving Co
chise county the largest representa
RESCINDED BY COURT
KANSAS JUDGE SETS ASIDE VER
DICT AND FINES ARE ALSO
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 4. Half an
hour after Judgt- E. E. Porterflel-i
dissolved the Kansas City Produce
Exchange and fined three of Its
members an aggregate of $8500 today;
the court set aside both tl-e order
and fines. When the first court -action
was taken today none of the
defendants of the suits had a legal
representative In court. Within a
few minutes after Judge Porterflela
fixed the penalties, however, W. 3.-
Cowherd, attorney for the exchange.
appeared, and made a strenuous pro
test against the action that had been
taken. He said he did not under
stand the time for hearing had boon
set for today.
Judge PorterfieM then set the caso
for tomorrow morning. It Is under
stood Attorney Cowherd asked Judge
Porterficld to appoint a commission
to take evidence.. In the case and
submit a recommendation to the
The fines assessed today were: Ar
mour Packing company, $7,500: W. L
Crush Commission company $500 and
Hurst Produce Commission company,
$300. Had the court desired. It
nlht have ordered the Armour or
ganlzation to cease doing business
in this state.
For years the custom haa bejn
for the exchange to meet dally at
a hotel and fix prices on foodstuffs.
A few months ago nine members of
the organization were Indicted andj
charged with operating a trust. Lal-I
cr prosecutor Conkling made a civil
case of the charges.
"COTTON BELT" MEET
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 4. In addition to
electing directors and transacting
other routine business the stockhold
ers of the St. Louis Southwestern
Ranway company, the "Cotton Belt
rout?, at their annua" meeting here
today approved the action of the
tompany In agreeing to guarante-i
the principal and Interest of an Is
sue of first mortgage thirty-year five
per cent gold bonds of the Stephen
ville, North and South Texas Rail
way company and a similar Issue of
the Central Arkansas and Eastern
Railroad company, both at the rate
of $2.",000 a mile, and ratified the
lease of the latter road for thirty
ISSUES TO BE DECIDED
OTTAWA, OnL. Oct 4. An un
usually large number of appeals are
on the docket of the Supreme Court
for hearing at the autumn session
which began today. Involved in the
various cases appealed from the Pro
vincial courts are a number of Im
portant question, such as the Juris
diction over the fisheries, the right
of the Dominion to legislate upon In
surance and the dispute as to the
Federal and Prlvonclal rights re
garding company incorporation.
READY FOR CEREMONIAL
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. SL Patrick's
Cathedral is festooned In countless
yards of white and purple bunting
In readiness for the great ceremonial
of its consecration tomorrow. Card
inals Vannutelli, Logue and Gibbons.
Archbishops Farley and Glennon and
other prelates of world-wide repu
tation will take part In the cere
monies, which will extend over a
period of three days.
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla OcL 4.
most notable meetings ever held in
the United States for Uie promotion
of tho good roads movement began
a three days session in this city
today under th auspices of the
v'.ilmul fVvvl Rftarix association. In '
addition to delegates appointed by
the governors of nearly all the states
the attendance Includes a number of
good road experts of national repu
tation and roprescnUUoves of many
agricultural, commercial and
Keep Warren District iVlooey
Our job department is complete. Neatness and dispatch are
the jnottoes of this department,
fe5'J'Ae, Bisbee Daily Review ae
AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT
hot Is after the nre starts It is
useless to think of taking out a
policy. The time to do It la
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 lo be made a criminal of
fense to bo without fire Insurance.
Johnson & liaigler
REALESTATE& FIRE INSURANCE
. MRS. A. A. McGINNIS, PROP. '
' Accomodations of the best,
commercial men solicited, al-'
. so travelling public. Families '
, especially will find better con-'
. venlences here than else-'
, where. Conveyances and "sad-'
, die horses to hire.
( NORTH SIDE OPP. DEPOT -
' If you want buy or rent -1
wAA'w(1. v. cKnfnriin tlTi
, U gUUU lillC Ui OUUluu 6v
; UNCLE SAM'S
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THE ORIGINAL BUDWEI8ER
BEER ON DRAFTS
PAMT BEER. CIGARS, LIQUORS
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rwry SmMi, Strttm Block
ABRAHAM SOlNILA, Wnp.
TO THE MAN OF
MOD ERA TE
This clothing department of ours offers you an opportunity for
a good safe Investment. We honestly believe we hare the best
line of clothing for the man of moderate means that has eor
been shown In BIsbec. Don't confound these suits with clothing
both cheap in price and in quality. These are cheap In price
but you'll find the same distinctive something better about them
tha't characterizes our entire stock. You'll pay more for these
suits elsewhere and you'll surely not get the satisfaction. We
arc showing an excellent line of suits at the prices $10 $12.50
and $13. You'll really be. surprised and wonder how much ciui-l-Ity
Is really put Into them. They made a hit with us. They'l!
make a hit with you too. v i -
Patronize home industry, Every dollar
sent out of this district will have along
road to travel before it gets back,
A Hundred Other Splendid
will make the El Paso Fall Fair one
of the most entertaining events
southwestern peoplejiave ever seen.
Oct. 29th - Nov. 6th.
Write for Catalogue
FRANK RICH, Secy.
Houses For Sale and to Let. Cash or Time
Payments. Money fo Loan.
li). alloc a
0. K. STABLES
Ambulant Srvl "y
Q ami- Nifht ;
FLETCHER & HENNESSEY
O. K. THEATRE
Thursdy Friday and Saturday
Ssenes at the Funeral of the
Late King Edward, Fruits and Flow-
em. screaming comic Wedding dur
ing the French Revolution, Jenk s
Day, Comic Peril- or me riains.
Matinee Saturday 2:30.
Clean rooms, Centrally Lo-
(Ufcdcr new management .
Between Y. M. C. A. and Y.
W. C. A.
Transients Solicited Phone 45
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