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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISREB. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
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OFF TO PHOENIX
Cars Will Leave Bisbee on
Sociability Run to Cap
ital in Time for the
CUP RULES NOT GIVEN
Tht.t from fifteen to twenty-five au
tomobiles will make the trip from
Bisbee to Phoenix for the fair is the
opinion of J. R. Henderson. It is
now planned to have nil of these, or
at least as many as possible of tbcm,
leave here together for a sociability
run, and In this way the less exper
ienced drherg can feel certain of get
ting through all right and of haUng
Assistance Bhould they need it
Some time this week a meeting will
be called of those who plan to mako
the Phoenix run. Thus far only the
outline of plans have been considered
These clans contemnlate a start from
hero on the morning of Saturday, Oc
tober ze. lunch at the Empire ranch
and spending Saturday nigtit In Tuc
son. Will Start From Tucson
Leaving Tucson the run will pro
ceed to Florence if that road is pass
able, and a letter was yesterday sent
to Phoenix asking that It be made
so for the Bisbee and Douglas motor
parties. From Florence the party
would proceed to Mesa and then rush
on to Phoenix with golden banner
fluttering from every car, plSlrifr
showing thit it Is the "BibbepVbimctf'
ttya Is aproachlng. It Is planned Jo
make: frequent stops on the"vtyiiio
tWat, all may keep together. -," yT
, Cup Rules not Given;F
Just bow the cup that Jtfoffqred
for some BIsbeo car will "bo 'dia9ft&n
of repialns to be deefded. TnaOwlll
bo, up to the starters at the ,nje,aAuj:
that is to be called. when-ptfoiigjj
tlons will be entertained One already
made is that it be awarded to the
car with the best score, ana the otler
Is that it be awarded to tne winning
car in a run from Mesa In. Still other
suggestions hae been heard.
In figuring out who would make the
run, a large number of names were
mentioned, but not all of these wore
definitely known as desiring to par
ticipate in a sociability run. To deter
mine this. Dr. .N. C. Bledsoe asks that
all who purpose to make the trip
shall send him their names at once
6o that they may Lo duly entered.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express, through this
medium, our" sincere thanks and grat
itude to our many friends for their
k'nd assistance, thoughtful considera
tion and their sympathy, tokened by
floral WTeaths, durin? our bereave
T. C. JACOBS.
MILS. NORA JACOBS.
11, C. JACOBS.
K. K. JACOBS. 66
CARRIES OFF JIM
OCT. 4, 1912.
To the Stockholders of the
HeiTern Minins: & De
who have not paid in their assess
ment, who hold stock not transferred
in their narrf, who have loaned
money on stock, etc., can exchange
their stock, share for share, in the
reorganization of the company by pay
ing the assessment on their stock of
one cent per stare. The money can
be paid to Albert Dahlberg, stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on me be'ween 3 and C p m
as I will be In during those hours, of
BIsbeo or to Mr. Albert Heffern, Box
392, Doujjlas, Arizona, within thirty
days from date. The stock v. ill not
be recognized unless this assessment
is paid upon their stock whe'i the
comrany Is reorganized. Send money
by draft, postal or express money or
der or registered mall Advertise
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
Funds of Shire Were Neyer
in Better Condition Than
Reports Show Them
to Be Now
Vames J. Corbett.
James J. Corbett. former champion'
pugilist of tho world, nearly lost his,
Ufa while being operated upon In a
.Philadelphia hospital recently- He la'
'now on the road to recovery and w-IU
be ablo to fill his theatrical engage-)
ments this faU.&&& winter;,. " "'
Lee O. Woolery has been in Douglat,
on legal business.
Clarence Booth has been a county
seat visitor on business before court.
I. W. Wallace has be.cn In the city
on a business isit from Blrfbee.
Dr. Hawley ha3 been "a isltor in
town from Bisbee.
Charles Margan, owner of placer
mines in the Huachuca's ha3 been in
the city on legal business.
District Attorney Gilmore went to
Bisbee, on official business last week;
.Tnrf VnPnll of Pnohlse Has been
in the city on matters before the board
Jake Brown was in the city last
i sal frnm Mn linmn In fVturtlnnd.
Charles. Hoyt was also a visitor from
Aflce niln TTorrnn -nil IIMIa hrnthn
James, jr.. have been in the city from
W. H. Rlcbay of Bisbee, wlio has
been in the city on jry duty, has re
turnecUhome. Jamee Herron. well known In this
city and in Courtland. was given a
sentence of five years at Florence tor
Melvin Swain has gone to Los Ange
les, white recuperating from a bad
attack of la grippes
Frank C. Willard has returned from
the road camp from which the Post
is being supplied wltfc wood.
J. H. Tlhbett and "ft Wo &.a been in
the city from Ramsey canyon, on bus
iness before the court, and have re
turned to their fruit ranch.
Assistant Hmintv Attorney Aleran
der Murri" has returned to his homj
Chester Grow has returned home
from Phoenix where he has been for
some days on business.
Raymond Abrill has returned to Bis
bee after a pleasant "risH la this cuy
Supervisor John Rock has returned
from his Babocoraarl :anch whero he
made a abort visit.
Messrs Walter Meigren, Jaraes
Marrs and Lafe OIdsor have done tie
duck hunting in this part of the coaa
try, as some people can verify.
Dave Adams, a. county pioneer of old
Cochise county, a resldont of Dragoon
made this etty a visit last week.
BALANCE IS ?100,000
TOMBSTONE, Oct. 12. It will no
doubt bo gratifying to the many tax
payers of Cochise county to learn
that the county treasury of Cochise
ounty neter was in a better condi
tion than it is today, Judging from tho
regular monthly report filed with tho
board of supervisors by County Treas
urer Charles W. Hicks for tho month
Tho report of that official shows
that no time is being wasted in col
lecting back taxes, the sum of nearly
$1,500 having been turned into the
strong box from that source during
JSeptemter. And it Is expected that
Ihe amount will be doubled during
tho present month, owing to the cf
forts now being put forth to make
a clean sweep of the delinquent rolls
for the past few years.
On the first of September there
was a balance on hand In the treas
usry of $92,473.55, while tne receipts
during that period amounted to $14,
.99 OC, making the total sum of mon
ey handled by the treasurer 'n 'ep
lember I1U6.672 GL
Principal among the moncjs Te
cehed were tho following:
Assessor V A. Hugber,
School Taxes colteoted .. 33,500.00
C t:mj recorder Murphv,
Back Taxes collected for
Sheriff Wheeler, fees and
licenses collected 4,491.15
County and state taxes
for 1912 S23.70
The disbursements for the past
moult amounted to S7.S9.1.1C, lealng
a talw.ce in the county strong box on
the Zr'li of September of J'jS.777 51.
The largest Hems among the disburse
ments during the months were the
IlcMil funds warrants paid . . 52,S2fi.S3
KefUtered general fund
warrants paid T,U'Z
Si hcol building fund
wanants psid 93613
School district fund
wanaiits paid 2,351.19
Teachers' Institute warrants
County School Supt, Expense
warrants paid 524.69
School bond interest coupons
paid ....- , C00.00
The following balances remained in
the principal county ftmds on the first
day of October:
General county funds 6.0C1.55
Salary fund 3.079.S2
County road fund 12,990 91
Excess tax sales fund 288 S8
Unclaimed estates fund .... 569.33
State tax fund 1501.80
School district building fund 3.75G.7G
Unapportloned school fund 33,SS9.S7
School bond and interest
High school fund 3,286.19
Cchool bond and interest
fund - 32,679 31
Teachers Institute fund 392.S7
CELEBRATE HIS 28TH
AKNIVERSATV OF BIRTH
AH the poetical parties In the state
hae adopted a plank ia the platform
advocating woman suffrage
Qulntin Qulgley. the popular mem
ber of the Chapman-Meade stock corn-
pan, now playing at the Orpheum, Is
twenti eight sears of ago .and that
fact was the reason of a happy party
at the tneatcr Friday evening when
members of the somPanr and em
ployes at the theater complimented
him with a banquet in honor of his
Following the last act of the show.
the stage was cleared and the stage
scenery replaced with real scenery.
and real eatables, comprising almost
everything good that one might think
or. The party was a Jolly and In
formal one, and Mr. Qulgley was the
recipient of many remembrances
from his fellow-players and friends.
Qulgley was roundly toasted as a
"Jolly good follow."
IN MEMORY OF RIOT VICTIMS
A fresh shipment of
this celebrated sausage
har arrived. R is
home made and has the
"back on the farm"
flavor. Phone your or
der, or tell our so
licitor. J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food
Dr Randall, county physician of the
S county hospital at Douglas, attended
i the meeting of the board of supervis
I ors last week.
I Jira Clark, a well known Tombstone
man, now a Sulphur Spring valley
raneber near Douglas, sj-ent a for
days In town last week on a visit.
Promoters from Los Angeles have
been vlaltlng Klmsey Canyon and
Caw canyon, looking the ground over
for homesteads, fer some weeks past
County Recorder Owen E. Murphy,
who has been confined to his 'bed for
several days from an attack of la
grippe, hae so far improved as to be
In his office again.
A delightful surprise partjr was giv
en on Friday evening In honor Of Miss
Mazle Webster, at the home of her
Barents. lr her schoolmates and
friends. A moat enjoyable evening
was spent In games and dancing. At
a late hour dainty refreshments wore
MI Viola McClay of the-local HlRh
school won tlte priio for the school
narrative, "The .Ancient Mariner."
The selection, from a number of com
positions onA (he samev subject wgto
feulhnitted Wtbe judges without the'
JACOB 8CHMID Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program change every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
Admission 5c and 10c
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXA8 PINE, REDWOOD 8HVGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
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PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
THE GIRL AT THE CUPOLA" A thrilling story of a strike at a
great Iron foundry,
"THE INNER CIRCLE" Disclosing the Inner workings of tho terrible
Blanck Hand societies.
"JEALOUSY ON A RANCH" A big one-reel feature western story.
"A TYROLEAN DOLL" A comedy with a laugh in every fooL
Come early and try to get a good teat for the first show.
MATINEE AT 2:30 ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
EVENING PERFORMANCE AT 7 A CONTINUOUS SHOW.
ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS
First Musical Comedy of the Season
Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles
Morth Singer Offers
(LATE OF MERRY WIDOW)
The Heart Breakers
A MUSICAL PLAY WITH A PLOT AND A REAL SINGING
AND DANCING CHORUS
wyE-1 ye 'j .fan
"Your eyes, your smile and you"
"Melody of dreams"
"Honolulu Honey Lou"
The bashful bumble bee"
"Somewhere she's flirting with
PRICES 50c, $1, $1.50, $2
SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16,
10 A. M.
THE ORPHEUM, SAT., OCT. 19
Mail Orders Received Now
OP 9Wr -?t MVl-.A
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
MOUNT OLIVE, 111.. Oct 12- The
fourteenth annual memorial demon
stration in honor of the four Mount
Olive boys -who gave up their lUes in
the strike riot at Virdon, Oct. 12, 1898,
was held here today. John White,
Dresident of the United Minn WnrV.
era of America, delivered the memcrl- j
al address Large delegations of ?nin
ers from Belleville, Edwardsville and
ether points were present.
knowledges of the writers of the
copies and the av,ard of first honor
made on points of excellence and mer
it A fine tab)' girl arrted at the
home of Chief, of Police George Brav
in on Oct. cth: irother and daughter
ar doing nicely. Mr Bravin Wnz
at the bedside of his son Valentine at
the Copper Queen hospital at Bisbee,
was informed of the arrival on his re
turn home. Little Valentine who was
operated on for appendicitis is doing
as Viell as could be expected.
Frank Crable and wife left on Wed
nesday for Phoenlr, when they nil!
mate tnetr come. .Mr. crable hav
ing accepted the position of chief de
puty cleric in the U. S. court, wltn
head quarter at Phoenlr. Mr. Crable
resigned his position hero as post
master some time ago, and hU brother
Arthur Harwood has been named as
his successor and has already taken
charge of the office. - '
In the County of Cochise, State of
In Tho Matter of The Guardianship
of Georgo Alfred Lucas, Viola May
Lucas and Mttthew Charles Lucas,
Notice of Application for Letters of
Notice Is hereby given that C A.
McDonald has filed with the clerk of
this court a petition praying for Let
ters of guardianship of the estates of
tho abote named minors, and that
Friday tho 25th day of October 1912,
at 10-00 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
tho court room of 'said court
at the court house in the city
of Tombstone, county of Co)
chlse, has been appointed the time
and place for the bearing of said pe
tition, when and where any person
interested in said matter may appear
and show cause, It any they may have,
w hy the prayer of said petition should
not be granted.
X E JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Dated October 10, 1912.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
MOUNTAIN VIEW DEVELOP. CO.
There will he a meeting October
Hta, 1912, at 7:20 p. m, at Hogan
fc Seeds OfSce, business of import
ance. JOHN COItNINO.
If you have young children , ypu
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their moat com
mon aliment. To correct tbl you
will find Chambermln's Stomach and
Liver Tablets excellent. They are
easy and pleasant to take, asd mild
and gentle in effect, For sale hy all
dealers. Adv. 727
Read Review Want'Ade
A beautiful domestic Irish drama
Rich in comedy and Irish wit
Tomorrow Night K. C. Benefit
Price Remain the Same-25, 35, 50
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