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THE BISBEE AILY REV IEW, BtSBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 19.2.
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Decision in Yavapai County
Tax Case Will Not Af
fect Lew Mude in
ACTRESS PLAYING LEADING ROLE IN BIG ,
COMEDY HOPES HISTORY WILL REPEAT
RATE HERE REMAINS
The announcement tram Phoenix
that the supreme cort had decided'
the Yavapai county assessment case
in favor of the state attracted con
siderable interest here yesterday, (or
tho reason that at one time It wao
announced ihst. the action of; the
board of equalization in Cochise
county would be affected by the de
cision In thB'Yavapat "case."
. Assessment not Effected
But, -eccording- tb Chairman I He key,
of the local board of supervisors, this
county or its assessment will not be
affected by the decision In the Yava
pai cases. Hon ever, Mr, Hickey Js
sot fully satisfied with tho Inconsist
ency, pftikrf-JMate' board of equalisa
tion itfurtAnng'a seventy-five per
cent vaJjftM'W-Jtt Yavapai count pro
ducing mines and insisting on a one
hundred per cent aluation of tho
eame class of mines In this count.
Supervisors Agree to Demand
In this county the supervisors
agreed to the demand of the board
and assessed -the mines -of this county
at 100 per cent, on the state tax roll,
and at SO pel-cent for county pur
poses. Originally the Cochise board
was consigned to the same outer
darkness as the Yavapai board, and
threats of mandamus proceedings in
cluded the Cochise board, but when
it was learned that the state would
fiet taxes from the mines of this
county on the basis of a hundred per
cent valuation, the Cochise board wa3
reinstated to good standing in the e,
tlmation of the state board.
All Counties Treated Alike
"We were -distinctly told be a mem
ber of the state board that all coun
ties would be treated alike, that the
mines of this class in every county In
the state would be assessed at 100
per cent," said Chairman Gus Hickey.
Of the Cochise county board of su
pervisors, "and no member of the
state board has as yet explained why
our county Is discriminated against in
this matter Whether or not it will
do any good, I intend to express my
self on this discrimination If, I at
tendtEe meeting of county supervis
ors at Phoenix during the state fair.
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BISBEE RECORDS ONE
rt BIRTH FOR EAGH M
Deaths Are Less, Than On
f-Half Number of New
" Arrivals Here
X birth a day, approximately, has
been the birthraor thq. rlty of
nisbce for t ha last, ypmontns, ric
corfliug to Dr C, 1l Hunt, cl- healjh
otflccr. If the rate le maintained
throughout the year the" city mi
boast cf a birth every day in the
year, o hn addition Of 363 tn its pop
ulation by tlte storto route alone, not
including those brought In by tho
The record for the month of Au'g
tiafe'was 31 births' an'd 15 deaths aiul
for the month o' September Jutit
closed thero were 2" b'lrths and 4.1
deaths. Thus for Jhast two monthn
the births have'note than doubled
tho deaths. . ,.1 ,
That the Jlitle nwuntalns Is sin
poscd to bo the nest of tho stork Is
probably not known by people of BIs
bee, but from ftfcaijay Wisconsin,, a
reader of the Keview writes a rela
tive In this clt -jfcfnoUce by The
Review that the births nppear to be
railing on." Tlte Showing ror Aug
ust and September, however should
cause a readjustment cf the corres
pondent's opinion. .
Will history repeat? For ten years'tba musical comedv. "The Prince
of I'llsen." has been golns out oh the road with an almost unknown
nciress in the leafilng role of "Mrs. Crocker, the City Widow" and com
ing back with this unknown actress a star of tho first water. Grace
Cameron "was little known until abs became Mrs. Crocker; neither were
Louise. Williams. Trixle Fzicanza and Polly Guxman. But the "Prince ot
Pllsen" made them. Thla year Lottie Kendall, regarded as the roost
beautiful woman who ever played the part will start in the leading role.
Outside New York aha is little known. Will history repeat T -
I intend to lay the whole matter bo
The attitude of Mr. Illckey on the
discriminator treatment of the mill
ing interests of this county is shared
by many others, who, regardless of
the contention of the board that th:
mines tfe assessed at 100 per cent.
cannot view -with toleration the un
equal treatment accorded Cochise
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber.
Iain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches will disappear. For
sale b all dealers. 72?
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Fall Styles In
tetson and Hawe
Our Assortment Includes Both The
Conservative and Novelty Shapes
It's the Hat that tops off a man's dress. An ill-fitting
hat spoils the appearance of any man, no matter
how much he expends for his other dress. Our hats
possess style, character and wearing qualities.
We are experts at hat fitting, and you can feel as-
i, stired of getting the right hat, one that conforms to
iybur face, figure and general style of dress if you
i- choose here.
"lffftn, Sft HatS $4 and $5
A broad-showJng of Fall styles in conservative blocks.
It mOSft t'e admitted that the new Setson shapes for
all "weiar -'in "Men's Hats are unusually handsome;
symmetrical in Shape, free from extremes. Everv new
5', color and black represented. Priced at $4 and $5.
Hawes Hats at $3.00
All the popular shapes now in demand are here, and
the blocks and colorings include all fashions from the
conservative to the extreme. The materials, work
manship and finish make Hawes Guaranteed $3 Hats,
positively the very best the price can buy.
New Fall Blocks in Derbys
Our stock of Derby Hats is complete. There are var
ious hapes .including high or low crowns, and flat or
heavy brims which are so popular just now Stetson
Derbys at $4 and $5. Hawes Derbys af ?3.
case, Sheriff Wheeler, of Tombstone,
today consulted ttorneys, and Jus
tice Ben Itice, who issued warrants.
He said the statute supported the
court, warranting the arrests of tha
There has been ill-feeling here over
the presence of negro troops hero
since some disorders shortly after the
regiment's arrival a lew weeks ago.
Assault is Charged
The charge against CuesU and
Roberts and the officers is unlawfully
entering the Hotel .Mexico and as
saulting the proprietor, or aiding in
the search, without a warrant, for the
rebel leader they designed to take in
custody Cuesta and Itoberts were
released on bonds shortly after the
arrest Tho names of the United
States army officers are withheld, but
they are said to be members of the
Ninth Cavalry The arrests are tha
result of attempts of Mexican authori
ties to utilize United States army
officials where the county and state
authorities have denied them assist
ance. The county authorities a few;
days aso were asked to arrest Es
qulera, but refused to make the ar
rest or to issue a warrant
SAUSBuny. a, Oct.
Roosevelt entered North Carolina to-
dav and in 3 speech Jieretattacked k
C Duncan, rcpubll&n national com.
"In the primaj-its of 'North Caro
lina," said the . colonel, "I carried
many counties 2 tVl. even some, Jen
to 1. Your national committeeman
took nart In stealing of the nomina
tion from me. Mr. DuncAnls not en.
mri in hlchwav robbery. It Is not
as nervy as thaVj it is snsak thief
bus'ness." ' ..
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FEDERAL CONVOY MUTINIES
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MUSEQUIZ, Oct 1 News was
u.vubuk v.C umoj '"" "
heavy loss Inflicted on the rebels by I
the federals nnder Colonel Guardlola.
when the rebels attempted to cut
General Brancnuefs line of communi
cations, the federals lost five killed
and twenty, including'Colonel Guardl
ola, wounded After Several hours of
fighting the rebels retired. When the
rebels left the Babia ranch, they took
Manuel Trereno, a nephew of Gen
eral Geronlmo Treveno, holding him
A convoy of stores and ammunition
iof the federals fell Into the hands of
the rebels on the way to San Domlne.
owing to the disloyalty of the convoy
of 100 rurales. AH but one officer and
eight men ot the convoy mutlned, and
cheering for Orozco,. joined the rebl
WAIT TO SEE POWERS BELIEF.
COLOGNE, Oct. 1 A Gazette's :n
spired Berlin dispatch says: '"The
powers are considering a combined
effort to Induce the administration
nt Constantinople. Sofia, Belgrade,
Athens and CottlniJ' to rescind the
mobilization orders and are expected"
U agree to a common step soon. The
present situation gives ground for n
belief that the Balkan states will Walt
to see what effect the mobilization of
armies will have on the powers."
RECORD OF THE PAST
No Stronger Evidence Can Be Had
' Ixwk well to -their record.. What
j Ihey have done many times In yeare
I tnre results. Anyone with n bad
back; any reader suffering from uri
nary troubles, from kidney ills, should
. find comforting words In tho follow
, P S S?nB, S15 N. TTiird St, Phoe
I nix, Ariz., siys While living i" Uo
' Angeles., Cl., T used Doan's Kidney
, Pills anfl'thy "brtvtght me such great
. relief that I cannot recommend then
I to.hlihly. -Forgone- lime? I was sub
ject io 'dull'-heavy palns-W tneSsmHlt
1 of my tack' that causei mo a great
deal annoyance especially at night,
wnen 1 wasjmaDic 10 sicrp wen. u
zy spells iatsar bothered niei I re
cflvrd no Vllef until T bflgan using
Doan'K Ifldney pills. They w'Cnt di
rectly to the s-at of my trouble .and
to completely -"moved it thef I have
bad no retnrn attack Plnce." a "
from Martin Costejlo of the amount
specified in the two receipts, did
she know that Martin Costello haJ
before that time received the sum ot
$500,000, being the purchase price or
the Irish Mag, Old Republic, George
Washington, Pride, Hope, Wagner,
Senator. Senator No. 2. Buckeye and
Did Widow jnow of, Sale
S "When Julia Cunningham, indi
vidual! and asgadmlnlstratrix and
guardian, signed,, thq . receipt men
Uoned in the foregoing question No.
2. did she know Martin Costello had1
before that time received 80 per cent,
of the sale price 01 tne . mining
claims mentioned In the same inter
rogatory?" Answ er, "no "
9. "Was the "sum of $3C,3900
agreed to be paid by Martin Costello,
throush Judge Reily, out of the Cun
ningham share of the proceeds of tho 1
sale of the Hope. Wagner, iTiae,
Senator, Senator No. 2 and Gibraltar
mining claims, with the knowledge-
of Mrs. Cunningham?"
Answer, "no" I
10 "Did Martin Costello agree to
pay Judge Reily 00 per cent of the
net proceeds of the -sale of the claims
named in interogatory No. 7?" ,
Answer, "yes "
Court Decision Delayed
On the return jof tho Jury's verdict;
to the court Mr. Ives, of plaintiff
counsel, asked thatV the court enler
a judgment; In favor of the plaintiff
in accordance wlh the findings- xt
In this J. M. Ross, of counsel for
defeddant, moved that the plaitnttl
take nothing by reason of the verdict,
but that defendant, te given Judgment
on the law, as presented in tho case.
Both these motions were tempo
rarily denied by (he court, arftt the)
plaintiff was given until iN'ovember 3
to furnish a brief in support o'f Mr.
Ives jnotion. ' ' -
Given Tlmeito File Brief
Mr. Roos, for the defendant, was
given until December 1 to file an ai
swering brief. 4
Mr. Ives was then given until Jan
uary 1 to file his answering brier.
After January 1.- these briefs of
both plaintiff and . defendant wilt go
to Judge Smith, who tried thq case,
who will render his decision alter an
examination of them.
So, It will be seen that the 'final
court decision loObis lawsuit will not
come until some tie daring the early
pan of next jear . .j
THREE KILLE?3 IN WARSHIP.
NEWPORT. 0&1 1 An exploiTpn
in mo toraara jna of tne portJujDiof,
together with the steam chcH fan the
torpedo boat destroyer Walk'er; off
Brenton's reef lightship todajvVHei
I Lieut Donald P. Morrison, -cbiaj-oni
gineer na wounoea eignv, iwot o
whom, J. W. KumpCand H. L Wilder,
both machlnlst mates of the.., Cnst
class, aicd tonight,
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That Made Milwa
Read every word in diis opinion Re
member it is not pir statement, by t;tlie
deliberate opinion of a great scientist work
ing for perfection in beer.T.
Pure beer is food and tonic.
", G. Beck (Bierbrauer, : 1381, No. 8)
finds that - "
"beer in light bottles deteriorates
more quickly than beer in darkbpt-
tles when exposed to the direct sun
light." His tests were continued; for tbrcp.w.Qcks
and proved thai: beer in light bottles had
acquired a very. disagreeable, nastytSjste'nd
flavor and was Unfit fqr consumptionr.;
The Brown' bottle witli Schlit, is-not a
fad. Its use is based on scicndfioprinciplcs.
We have adopted every idea, 'cvdry'in
vchtion, every' innovation tha(i,cpuld
make for purity. ; . (','
Schlitz is sent to yoa in Browh' Bottles
to protect itp purity, from the brewery to
Why don't' you make Schlitz, in,, Brown
Bottles your regular beer? "
Bisbec Beer Co.
Sit that crvtdr cr'cori
is brand ti "&'Mtz."
BUBONIC PLAGUE BREAKS.
oe H. Grav, of Warren Dis
trict Commercial Club
Seems to Be Favorite
ST LOUIS. Mo, Oct. 1. It was
announced today by John J Lahive
that the agreement
I Mi8cur.'s votes would elect him but
I othr rwiso they would vote for a third
I candidate, has been abrogated because
of. Missouri's Governor Hadley did not indorse Taft
eighteen electors to support .Taft if In his speech Monday night.
The board of supervisors, whlli
mcots at Tombstone in regular ses
sion next Monday, will be asked to
name a fair commissioner to loot af
ter the gathering and installing ofi
exhibits at the forthcoming stae
fair at Phoenix. Under the law, each
board of .supervisors is empowpred lol
name such official, who shall serve
Will Take up Matter
J. R. Henderson, treasurer of the
state fair commission, said yestertiA)
afternoon that Ife would take up Ibel
matter of the apiiolntment of such au
official with tha body by letter at 16c
meeting next Monday, and will arse
that the appointment be made hi
once in order that the exhibits from
this county may be properly looked
Persons who have been mentioned
as qualified for (his Important If hop
orary pssitlon, are Joe II Grj
secretary of fhe Warren District
Commercial club, .Seeretary GrindeP
of the -Bousclas Chamber of Commerce
and Mines, and Larry McCourt. c.
Wilicox. Mr. Hcwderson said that the
appointment ot any one of tht-e
three would be satisfactory to him
Makes a great difference in mojt women. They ore troubled with "nerves"
they suffer from backache, headache, -sleeplessness, a sersation of irritability or
twitching, hot flashes, dizzy spcIU, or many other symptoms of female neatness.
The local disorder and inftamaMtion should be" treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion
Tablets and the irregularity and" weakness of the female system corrected and
strengthened with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. The strain upon the oun
woman or the woman of cii'BO.f.iJ-iJjpcin the nccc and blood forming, structures
may be too great for ber strength. This is the time to tskc this restorative tonio
nnd,strength-giviDg nervine and regulator. For oVer forty ears sold by druggists
for woman's peculiar weaknesses and distressing ailments. Tie one remrdy so perfect
in competition ana so good in curative ecects as to warrant
its bioLcrs in printing ils every ingredient on its outsida
wrapper, 1 The one remedy which absolutely contains neither
tlcohol nor injurious or hatit-iOrmin drugs.
Followmd letter selected ot random from a large number
c! similar ones and cited iserelyto illustrate these remarks :
"In tho -printer of lDnfi; I beeama greauy ran down and frreiralar.
write Mas, IIbkrt Scott, of Swaji CreeL, Mielu. Itwtc LBoxO. I
tkntijr bet vxt&t fclewr wore, mnd. at last, rt mired fe opptr to the doe
ton for help Tho doctor sakl I bad infiamcnaUon, eUreemfit nd Uccr
fition. 1 was In Led eleven weeks and jet no better. Tfee doctor said I
woold hare to hare en operation, but to that I wcejld net ffeten. My hv
band porchated two bottles of Dr. rierce'b FavorKe Preeertotlon. When
I itarted to take this remedy I conU notwaSc aerms the fioor. bot after
1 had taken three bottles I could feel mrelf ratably to I dropped tho
doctor and look Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Oaty for It I thferic
I nrould have beoa dead I rtally believe it saved EVlifc I fed better
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NEWCASTLE, ti. S. W., Oct, L-
The bubonic plagno has broken out on
tho steamer Hello Isle, riyrag be
tween N'pwcastle and Hamburg!: Oho
atprcntlce is ncad, and twq of T1hei
ere are aJTcced. Every precaution
Is being taken to' prevent a spread
of the disease. f
Fop sale by all dearers. Prlco.SQ
cents. Fostcr-Mllbarn Co., UiffTalo,
NewTork, sole agentr for tho .tlgited
States. ' 4 &W
Rraembcr the name Doanand
take -io other. "-' 29
Too Late to Classify
STIXAYED or stolen--From premise,
of Hen Joyce. ,at Warren Mondnv
nigh, sihatl Jersey row. had miie
ori horns' and copper ring $5 00
reward for ftorn or information
Htn'Mbv(ie.P.OT S53, "Warrea. 730
so that ynt raa't enio roar meali any more?
Are too loatee vveittit!' lo you Sep poorW' 1
rour body weak and crytoR-fnr aometh Js tjiat 4
pore blood rtnrslusthroogayoBr Tein sirh
We and vlgar to your entire system. Yeof bod m
faaslshed. Yonr entire srstem Brrylnt fpritoar-
Wbmeat. VVhatVOO need i m.tfMfe b htlfK-e-K..
1-lBiPTire-OJooo-niC.Kmi toaic HltHMlll Tonic
Wlifih vnu hiitA a had rolH vnn ) fabUlr they fcelD make men and women
want the best medicine. obtainable nrSZJV5SS!i:
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posHlble. Here Is a flmggtst's oj.in-
SI E Et
A FuH Size 50c Box of
Make-Han Tonic Tablets
Are you weak and nervous? Do
WfiTt T1tT fmm V."t-rlaaO eV as i . -. iii '
or kidney trcoblef Are your atoea and'i Ethafin LiS-rLi
rMtiv nr(,!triMnrtaf1ff..l.ni..,.li...t. wiuwuiKffl t lew (ms WD WUl marvel fit the
Jon- "X hare soid ChamDerlaln's
Cough Rf medy fornftecn years, ' says
Enos Lollar of Saratoga, IHd.. "aTid
consider It the'best mr'tbo market.'
For sale or all' dealers. - 737
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terns. In order ttat you and everv une.who dees
cot know thea wonderfol healtb,irlaie; Bfe-J
cut oi; coupon, nu in your name aaa adoreas
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thatwi iik U th; jCa try tH,tBtex. 'rn.-'.
results. Dont put it off ooU. tfrnwrrorr! eat
cut this roapnti irw ptart today oa the rad
tohe-vlth. MakSfan Tonic TabUtw v rISow
Tm the wv W e re w'taosr ad nioo to
five roa f i -r v box free then jodjre
foryoorse r he rfrrAttbeyrnteQfhelpto
Von Can yo1 resist toMrnn'mfi otJ?F.irvTir"
lown sake n4 those who tore Tcm tat trat this
'ojnpon tddav at rnoe aT enm it to u- Ala km
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a dox on a cxarantee orjooy refeadett.
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