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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA,
TUESDAY MORNING, PC TOBER 8, 1912
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Democratic Gains in Vcr-
antl Maine Cause People to
Sit Un and Take Notice
G. 0. P. "In PLIGHT
Brief Local Items
eHn tbat there are "too many lights
1 BUfcee." Ho was lined 7.j. which
si That the result otjtho state elec
tions la Yernioat andj Maine mean a
.tremendous Democratic victory In JJo-(-veiaber.
Is freely admitted by all ex
cept the bitterest partisans. Politi
cal experts have done .some analyzing,
and some claim to have reached novej
conclusions. But these Tacts stand
out: - -
. On Monday, September 9. 1912, ths
Republican and Third Term parties
coinmna elected William v. names i
'governor of Maine, over Frederick V. !
Flalstcd, the present Democratic In-
clumbent. by 3.023 plurality; In 19?. ,
a presidential year, a Republican -a s
elected governor by 7,653 plurality; ;u
1904, the pluraUty was 25.800, and in
11900 It was 34.132. In other words, In
12 years the Democrats have oat
down the Republican plurality in stale
elections by 31.109.
In this period the Democratic vote
lias Increased from 29.000 to 68,000
"ithereas the Republican vote has de
creased from 74,000 to 71.000, The
Democratic vote of this year exceeds
that of September, 190$. by 1.000. but
the Republican vote is about 2,000 less
than that party cast four years ago.
The split In the Republican ranks,
following the election of William T.
Haines, is pronounced. If the divi
sion In Maine In November is as it
was in the recent Vermont election.
six-tenths of the Republican vote will
go for Taft, three-tenths for Itoose
',velt, and one-tenth for tho Demo
crats. It Is significant that the latter
party has to date suffered no losses,
as compared with the vote in previous
years, from the Third Term move
ment. On tho contrary, it has gained.
.The result in Maine may be expected
to 'be something like this: Wilson,
74,000; Taft,' 42,600; Roosevelt, 21.300.
The returns from the recent Ver
mont election show, in round figures,
that' the joint republican and third
party vote was eight per cent, short
of the Republican vote four jears ago,
'-while the Democratic vote in that
state shows a. gain of twenty-five per
cent, over that of 1S0S, It is of spe
cial interest to speculate what will
happen next November throughout
the nation if the Republican and
Democratic vote for the national
.tickets happan to be affected as
the . gubernatorial vote this month
Jin Vermont has ben affected. The
"New York Kenlcg Post has dene
'some Interesting figuring alon 'Is
Jlne. and as a net result it Is she s a
that, under the contingencies meet oi.
ed. President Taft would carry only
two states in November, Rhode Island
and Vermont, all the others going for
Gov. Wilson The conclusions reach
!ed by the Post follow.,
. "To computo this result we should
have to deduct 8 per cent, from the
.rote cast for Taft four years ago and
apportion the remaining vote in the
ratio of C2 to 38 between Taft and
Roosevelt, and we should have to add
35 per cent, to Bryan's vote la 1903,
and. give the 'demnitioD total.' to
Woodrow Wilson. In other words, gle
Taft 57 per cent, and Roosevelt 35
per cent, of Taft's vote four years
,Bgo, and give Wilson 125 per cent of
Bryan's vote four years ago.
"The result In round numbers would
bo oa follows, so far as regards Taft
California. .....' 122,00
Mississippi --..- 3.B00
New Hampshire 30.080
New Jersey 151.000
New York' 497.000
North Carolina .... 66,000
Rhode Island 35,000
South Carolina .... 2.000
South Dakota 39,000
West Virginia 79,000
'laced Under Bond
A. H. Temby was arrested by 081
cer C. N. Thomas yesterday on a war
rant Issued by Judge High, following
the filing of a complaint against Tem
by by Richard Da!s. charging him
with removing from the Oliver bonne
a suit of clothes while there was It
lien on the clothes "for proper charge
due from the defendant to Mrs. June
Oliver for board and lodging, amount
ing to $150." Temby, through his at
torney, entered a plea of not guilty,
ami the case, was set for tomorrow
afternoon at 2:3 o'clock. Itond was
fixed at $f.
The following gueets wero regis
tered at the Copper Queen hotel lat
night: Arthur Hlrschborg, New York.
V. H. Forbes. El Paso: E. P. Co-
greve. HI Paso; Carl Fornian, San
Francisco; JJ. Abrahams. Cincinnati;
F. D. Welharl. Boston. W. U. .N'eK,
Cincinnati; Klraer Adler. Rochester.
N. Y.. V. L. Guinn. Rochester, N. Y.;
II H. Murphy. Dallas; It S Weiner,
HI Paso: Arthur Houle. Douglas; Isa
dora Laeathal, San Francisco; Mm
K. J. Maxwell, Canauea; Carroll Hel
mut. Kl Paso; J. P. Hamilton, Mil
waukee, Meit J. Houle. Houghton,
Clerk's Office Moved
The office ot City Clerk M. L. Hut
ler. in the ctfy hall, has been changed
from the front room adjoining the
firemen's uarters to the back roofn
at the front of the stairs and adjoin
ing the council chamber. Tho office
of City Marshal Watkkis Is in tho
Lowell School Crowded
The primary department has been
divided, and an additional teacher for
the school will fee emplojed. There
are over sevanty pupils in the primary
department of the school. One of the
Warren teachers has been assigned
to teach the new room until a perma
nent teacher can be employed.
Country Club Dance
One of the most successful dances
ef the season, was given at tho'club
house of th Warren District Country
club Saturday evening, the band of
the Ninth Cavalry coming uto from
Douglas for the occasion. Several
army officers came up from Douglas
to attend tho affair, which was" graced
by the presence of a representative
contingent of Warren district society.
The mattor of railway participation
In tho cleaning out of the subway,
whleh for a distance of 200 feet back
of the post office Is filled with silt and
boulders, will be taken up by Western
Division Superintendent King with
the general management of the road.
Mr. King and officials ot the city gov
ernment Inspected the subway Satur
day Bandsmen Arrested
Tom McKusker and U Pasco, mem
bers of a local band, were arraigned
In police court yesterday afternoon on
the charge of disturbing the peace, to
which they ontered- pleas of not
guilty. They were arrested by Officer
Gibbon. The cases were taken under
advisement until this afternoon at 5
o'clock. Almost tho entire band mem
bership testified In thoir behalf.
School Law Charge
Uharges of violating the compulsory
school law have been made against
Frank Engle and Pat Ueecher. who
woro arrested by Officers Thomas and
McKae. Pleas of not guilty were
made "by both. Jury trials asked .for
and tho cases set for Saturday at
19:30 and 1:30 o'clock. These are
the first cases made under the new
low. In the Engle cases school records
show thnt the minor child complained
ot attended school only 42 1-2 days
out of 174 last year.
Insurance u. Loans.
RMl Estate. Bargains In homes on
FOR SALE: C Room house In Upper
Lowell on largo lot. Price $525.00.
CKsh $100 00. Ilal. $25.00 per mo.
FOR SALE 3 room -cottage wifa
modern conveniences. Larg lot anil
good improvements. $200.00 tash,
balance small monthly payments.
pfw OJ1P fmlorn flvo room bunca
low with all modern conveniences!
in good location, almost new, nc. a
bargain price. Part cash and bal
ance small, monthly payments.
School Still Closed
The Warren school, which was
closed at the beginning of the scarlet
fever epidemic In that town, was not
opened yesterday as patrons hoped
It would be, o'vlug to the discovery of
a suspicious case. Health authorities
will be able positively, to diagnose tho
case by tomorrow at the latest, and
should the diagnosis be favorable, the
schools will reopen one day this week.
Adventurer In 'Bad
Antonio Tonan. a Spaniard, who
served in the armies of Spain. Cuba,
the United States, Mexico, and as a
soldier in Madero's amy, was arrest
ed Sunday sight by Officer Gibson,
charged with being drunk and with
kicking over a lantern that had been
placed in the street where repairs
were being made, lcsterday he ad
mitted his guilt and offered the criti-
Has Faith In Bisbee
Mr. H G. Kohlstad, general fore
man of the Hennera Organ company.
of Pekln, 111., who has been the guest
of his brother C. T. Kohlstad. ot
Lowell, for tho past six weeks, lef:
for his home last Friday evening. Mr.
Kohlstad was very much impressed
with the futuro outlook of the Wat
ren district, and stated that he wa3
of the Impression that Its resources
were as vet unknown, nnd that tbo
time was not very far distant when
it would prove to be one ot tho
greatest mining camps in the world.
T. A. HUO.ES, Manager,
nank of nlsbee Rldg. Phono 190
At Philadelphia R H E
Philadelphia Nationals .. S 11 0
Americans 4 13 0
Alexander, Moore and ;Kllllfer;
Coombs, Brown. Crabb and Lapp.
At Vernon R
Daum, Carson and Brown; Munsell.
Harden and Kreltz.
TO THE HEFFERN MINING CO.
Albert Dahlbarg at tho Victoria Ho
tel on Brewery Gulch, is authorized
to receive and receipt for tbo one
per ct nt assessment called for on the
Heffern Mining and Development
stock. Call between 3 and C p. m.
This asscsment may also be paid to
Albert Heffern, P. O. Box 392, Doug-
la', Ar.zona. dvertisement.
When Men Marry.
That's what & man wantB in a wife,
mostly; he wants to mako sure o' one
fool asll tell him he's wise. But
there's some men can do wl'out that
they think so much o' themselves
a'ready an' that's how It Is there's
old bachelors. George Eliot
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, oa they 0. cannot
reach the diseased portion of tne ear.
There Is only one way to euro deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafneu is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of tlie mucous llnlnc o( tho Kusta
chian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed
you have a rujibllnff sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It is entirely closed.
Deafness Is the result, and unless the In
flammation con be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever, ntna
c&sr out of ten are caused by Catarrli.
which is nothing but an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
Wf frill rive OnffllinxtrwtPoltarft for anyca of
IVan- 'canard bj catarrh) that cannot hearnl by
IJLiU Catarrb Cure. Senator circulars, frea.
I' J CHENEY, iOO, Toledo, OUa.
Tats Holla 1 aull j 1111a tor cocsUtnUon.
rnr Tvisslona and our- necessities
are our real tyrants. One should al-,
.ways be simple and -virtuous, even If
onlyoif (ove of Independence. Mine.
A Gas Room. Heater is simple and inexpensive.
It gives comfort and protects health during
Small and handy,, a Gas Heater takes up little
space and can be moved' from room to room wher
ever you want warmth.
Requires hut a few minutes to remove the damp
and chill from living room, dining room or bed
Various sifees and styles at? 'various prices, $2.00
up to 10.00. ' ; - " i
Call and look them over
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