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TTIE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1912
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JUDGE BETHUNE IS
Deceased Jurist Was Well
Known in This
The news of the death of Judge J.
D. Dethune. at his Los Angeles tome,
last week, was received with regret
by those who knew him in this state
and especially In-this county, whore
.he was better Vnown, since he served
on the district court bench in this,
Judge Bethune was seventy yean
old at the time of his death. He was
o. gentleeman of the old schoolo, and
a good Judge.
Ex-Judge Bethune leaves a widow,
three sons and three aaugbters
Frank. James, Joseph and Isabelle
Uethune. .Mrs Fannie Brandon of De
troit and Mrs. Agnes Ellington of
Ex-Judge Bethune was ten near
Columbus. Ga., July 3. lS42.on his
(father's plantation. It was his father
who discovered 'Blind Tom," the ne
gro musical prodigy, while the latter
was a youngster on the Bethune es
state. He spent bis boyhood on this plan
tation. At the ace of 18 he enlisted
In the Confederate army, served with
Ueneral Longstreets corps during the
four years of the civil war, and was
made a lieutenant.
In 1S69 he went to Virginia to fin
ish his education. There ho married
Hiss Agnes Clark.
Seven years later he came to south
ern California, setting a law office up
there in 1876, and practicing until
rjresident Cleveland, during his first
term, made Bethune register of the
land office In 1SS5.
It was In 1S94 that Cleveland ap
pointed eBthuno to the supreme bench
of the then Territory of Arizona. Af
ter serving the full term, Bethune re
turned to Los Angeles and resumed
JONES WILL GOME
WITH MIL HAYDEN
Attorney General Bullard
Unable to Speak in Bis
bee Because of Business
Hon. Wiley E. Jones, of the cor
poration commission, will accompany
Carl Hayden, candidate for con
gress, and Senator Mark: Smltb, to
BUbee Thursday, Instead of Attor
ney General George Purdy Bullard,
who will be detained at the capital
by urgent state business.
While It will be regretted that Mr.
Bullard finds It Impossible to come
to Blsbee at this time, the news that
Mr. Jones Is to fill his place will be
welcomed, as he Is very popular In
this part of the state, as shown by
the vote for presidential elector. He
Is not only personally popular, hut
is said to be a very able speaker.
The arrangements committee of the
local democratic organization had not
rented a hall for the meeting yester
day, but will do so today, and an
nounce the place where the speak
ing Thursday evening Is to be held.
The Information that Mr. Jones will
be of the speaking trio was tele
phoned to Bisbee yesterday afternoon
by County Chairman M. C. Hanklne,
of Douglas, who was advised by tele
graph from Phoenix of the change.
Mr. Hanklns will go to Tombstone to
day to confer with democratic leaders
of that town.
Mining Man Thrown into
Mexican Jail to Get Ran
som Reaches Douglas
After Long Trip
STORE IS LOOTED
A Trip to the City of Washington.
D. C at the Royal Theater tonight
bis law practice there. This he was
engaged in until two years ago. when
he suffered an attack of heart troublo
which caused him to retire from pro
U. XI. Budrow, superintendent of
the El Tigre company in Sonora, was
in Douglas yesterday, returning thers
Saturday from El Paso, where he had
been on business. Mr. Budrow had
a strenuous time with the rebel gen
eral, Salazar, during the time his
camp was in the hands of that old
The company store was left with
nothing In the way of provisions,
clothing or other articles that Sala
zar and his men took a fancy to.
Twenty-two bars of silver bullion
were taken from the company.
Mr Budrow was held in custody
during the stay of the rebels, who de
manded $200,000 for his release. Ther
was not that amount" of cash avail
able in that part of Sonora for that
purpose, and Mr. Budrow for a timo
thought he might be compelled to
take a trip to wheiever the rebels
might wander after leaving the El
Rebels Are Stampeded
Finally, the rebel scouts brought
word that federal troops, composed
mostly of Y&qul Indians, were ap
proaching the camp from Yzalx:!.
Then there was a stampede of tho
rebels, who evacuated the camp In
such hasto that they overlooked Bud
row and thelj; deqlre for ransom sud
denly faded away, as they scampered
over the hills to a place of safety on
the Bavlspe river
The rebels left In such hasto that
tho abandoned the bullion, biding it
here and there in their retreat. ln
a few days some Mexicans appeared
with two bars of the bullion, claim-
Deposits Gain Nearly Three
Millions Reflecting Pros
perity of Young State
In the vear ending September 1 the
recourcs of the banks, Btate and na
tional, in Arizona was 13.271,261.74.
This Is the showing presented by tho
latest report sent out from the office
of J. C. Callaghan, ctate bank con
troller. In that time the deposits gained
$2,853,012.24. Thus is the prosperity
of tho entire state clearly reflected
and generally all of the figures show
substantial Increases over the pan
on the right side of the ledger In all
About one-ninth of tho bank re
sources of the entire fjtate aro to be
found in the Warren district where
the four bankshow resources of $3.
135,430.2? agaiqst $29,395,214.94 In all
of the fifty-three banks of the state.
In Cochls,o county :rhe bank Re
sources amount' to 18 per cent of the
entlie stnte totaling I5.315.613.S0 so
that the financial importance of the
county Is made the more striking by
A Trip to the City of Washington,
D. C. at the Royal Theater tonight.
lng to have found It In a nearby can
yon. Dig Reward Offered
This caused Budrow to believe that
more might be found, and be offered
a reward of $200 per bar, about half
Its real worth, tor Its return, and dur
ing the week or tea days It was all
Mrs. Budrow; who has been In Cali
fornia during the summer and revolu
tionary troubles, returned to Douc
las yesterday morning and Joined her
A Trip to the City oOVashington.
D. C. at the Royal Theater tonight.
Is a Battery IflSfililll
Its thoughts are the sparks
that set Success in motion.
The simplest form of battery requires three factors to make the electric spark (zinc, copper,
and an acid).
The human brain also requires three vital e lements to put forth thought water, albumen
and Phosphate of Potash.
In the Brain as in the Battery, let a single el ement become weakened from yesterday's use
and lessened activity follows. Therefore, in order to keep a good working brain or add to its pow
er, one absolutely must use food which contains a lbumen and Phosphate of Potash.
Why not do a bit of thinking now?
Water and albumen exist plentifully in every-day food, but Phosphate of Potash- is often
lacking. , J '
That missing element exists freely in the ou ter coating of wheat and barley, but the miller of
white bread flour throws it out because it makes h is flour brown instead of white. ; ' -
Made of choice wheat and malted barley,-ret ains the rich brain-building Phosphate of Potash
required by Nature for supporting bright brains and active minds. ! ' '
Pure! Wholesome! Appetizing! This food is partly pre-digested and quickly absorbed. -A
morning dish with cream provides force for accomplishment" that many a man has come' toknow.
Common Sense goes a long way toward making Success.
To eat right often means to be right, - '
"There's a Reason"
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POSTUM CEREAL CO, LIMITED, BATTLE CREEK, MICK.
- "s 5
Copper Stocks in London
Sees Recovery and Oth
er Shares Will Run
to High Bids
BOSTON. Oct. 14. The notablf
feature on the Boston market today
was the small amount of liquidation
in the face of the sharp break in Lon
don quotations for both .stocks and
metal. A few hundred shares of
North Butte were pressed for sale at
the opening, but after the opening the
offerings were small and the cload
was within a quarter of a point of
Friday. The demand for East Butte
was good all day, and It showed an
advance of 1-4 point over the close of
last week1. All classes of copper
were well taken, and the buying
showed well, and with liquidation
soon over both markets will be higher.
Total sales New York 600,000. Lou
don copper opened 3 pounds 15 shil
lings lower and closed with a recovery
of 17 shillings. G pence.
PAINE, WEBBER & CO.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Oct. 14
(L. J Overlock)
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio
Louisville and Nashville ....
New York Central
Reading . . . .,
December 94 7-S
December .' 531-2
May 1 525-8
Arizona Commercial 4 J-4
Calumet and Hecla 591
Calumet and Arizona v.. 801-2
Copper Range , 58 l-i
Et Butte TC1-4
Frank 10 3-3
Greene Cananea 101-4
Indiana ,, 161-2
Inspiration Consolidated 20 5-8
I .isalle 6
Mohawk i 67
Mayflower i J21-2
Mason Valloy 12 3-4
Mason Valley 12 3-4
North Butte 37 3-1
North Lake 4 1-2
Old Colony ,8
Old Dominion 62
Phelps Dodge ....: 221
Quincy r.... 86
Ray Consolidated 20 7-S
Utah Consolidated 121-2
Utah Copper 631-4
Nevada Consolidated 217-8
Butte Superior 461-2
Qaginaw . .
Ahmeek . .
B. and L. . .
B. and A. .
Bohemia . .
Denn bid .
OCT. 4, 1912.
To the Stockholders of the
Heffern Mining & De
who havo not paid In their assess
ment, who bold stock not transferred
In their name, who have loaned
I money on stock, etc., can exchange
their stock, share for share. In the
reorganization of the company by par
lng the assessment on their stock of
one cent per share. The money can
bo paid to Albert Dablberg, stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on e between 3 and 6 p. m,
as I wU be In during those hours, of
Bisbee or to Mr. A!ert Heffern, Bos
392. Douglas, Arizona within thirty
days from date. The slock will not
be recognized unless this assessment
Is paid upon their stock when the
company is reorganized. Send mone7
by lraft, postal or express money or
der or registered mall. Advertise
ment. Yours respectfully,
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
The Waiter Always, Smiles
When Asked to Serve
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It has the inviting appearance, the de
lightful sparkle, the distinctive Pabst
flavor. Have it served today with your
down town lunch. Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer
is in harmony with the most refined surroundings and select
company; the one beer you will really relish at mealtime. '
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
shaivlng at a glance that it is ,clean and pure.
Order a case for your home.
Phone or write.
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Brewery Culcti B!sbe, Artz.
LOVE ILK IS
HE OF HARDEST
Tragedy Comes Where Af
fection for Another Is
Thwarted and Impulse
Is Thrown Down
PROBLEM IS UNSOLVED
Thcro Is a class of wordly-wiso
folk who affect to ridicule tho pangs
of hopeless love. It's nothing; it's
a youthful malady, they say, and
he'll get over It. I had It once or
twice. "Men have died and worms
have eaten them, but not for love."
But for all that It remains true
that the bitterest of tragedies is
where love Is thwarted, whero the
finest, most generous human Im
pulse comes against an impassable
It is a picture of the old problem
in physics: "What would happen If
an Irresistible force comes In con
tact with an Immovable obstruc
tion?" The fact is, too, that the nobler
and more honorable the person the
more suffering ensues. Tho purer
and more .loyal tho heart the more
agonizing the near-break.
Some talk as if lovers were to
blame, as if love were a thing to
be whistled up or casually dismiss
ed at will. They do not know the
human heart. Love Is something
that sweeps down upon us from the
blue. We can resist it, smother It
and flee from It, but we cannot con
trol Its coming or going. It re
mains the superhuman fact of ouri
Our civilization, with Its reforms,
philosophies and religions, has
solved and Is solving many ques
tions, but it has not yet touched
the most vital problem of society
and of the Individual. What shall
we do with romantic affection?
Kerr Lake 3
Lncky Tiger 43-4
North Tiger 11
Sierra ..... 1 IS
San Antonio 31-4
S. W. Mlamt 6
Hay Central 21-3
Tonopsh Belmont 10
West End 215
Wolverine ax 85
Warrior bid 05
Baltimore Oil ax 85
Calumet Oif ax 33
ALLEGED SLAYER ON "TRIAL.
CAMDEN. N. J., OcL 14. The case
cf CbarcS'Ford. who pn March 14 last
shot to death Mrs. Maryffle Wagner
at her home at Laurel Bprtnga, wsis
called for trlali today before Supreme
Court Judge Oarris6n.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate ot
CLARA LUCAS EDWARDS,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Wil
liam N. Edwards has filed In this
court his Petition praying for Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
Clara Lucas Edwards, deceased, and
that tho same will bo heard on Fri
day the 25th day of October, A. D,
1912, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at tho Courtroom of said
court, In the City of , Tpnikstoiw,
County of Cochise, State of Arizona,
and all persons interested in 'said es
tate aro notified, then and there to ap
pear and show cause. If any they
have, why the prayer -of said peti
tioner should not be .granted.
Clerk of the Superior Court
Dated October 10, 13i2. ' 74.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OFTHE
COUNTY OF COCHISE, STATE
In The Matter of the Estate of Har
ry Elsworth Kirk, Deceased.
Notice of time appointed for prov
ing will and for bearing application
for letters of administration" with the
will annexed. ,
Pursuant to aft order of said Su
perlor Court made ou the 10th day ot
October. 1912, notice Is hereby given
that Friday, the 25th day of October,
1912, at one o'clock p. m- at the Court
Room of said Court, at the County
Court House in the City of Tombstone,
County of Cochise, State of Arizona,
has been appointed as the time and
place for proving the will of Harry
Elsworth Kirk, Deceased, and for hear
ing the application of George Jay for
tho Issuance to him. of Letters of Ad
ministration with? the" Will annexed,
when and where any'person interested
mar appear and contest' the Bame '
Dated this l)0th day' of 'October,
A. D. 1912. . k .. '.,
J. E. JAMES,
. " Cleric,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
In- the County of CoehUe, Stats of
In'The Matter of The Guardianship
of George Alfred Lucas,- Viola May
Lucas and'Mttthew Charles Lucas,
Minora." -' '
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 ot guardianship of the estates of
the above named minors, and that
Friday tho 25th day of October 1912,
at 10:00 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
iho court ' -room of said court
at. the court house In the city
of Tombstone, county of CoJ
chlse, lias been appointed the time
and place for the hearing ot said pe
tition, when and where any person
Interested in said matter 'may. appear
and show cause. If any they may have,
why the prayer of said petition -should
not bo granted.
J. E. .JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
Dated October 10, 1912.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
MOUNTAIN VIEW DEVELOP. 'CO.
There will be a meeting October
14th- 191?, t 7:3a p. lrU-at Hogun
& Strruu Oiud, u2s!scss of Import
ance. JOHN CORNING.
700. ' " President.
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