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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913.
Banks Pledging State Bond
for Deposits of State
Money Will Be Giv
en Preference v, '
Banks iWnK u ("eposlt slate
bonds ag. security for state funds are
)nnfter to be gUen the preferwKB
M Sttte Treasurer David F
Mtirfday Treasurer Johnson sent
the foNowlHK letter to the banks ot
I be state -
UenUtmten: From ibis date this
efiee is going to inaugurate a policy
whwoky the bank that feels dlsoosad
to uloto on deposit bs security for
vmic e luiHtA, Piuiv pouuh, an neu
oi surety bones, will be preferred b
ts In the way of deposits. Of course
you HHflorstani) that the law does not
Ie tig the authority to require state
tonus, or any other particular kind
of Ikhu, as securfty for the state's
fund; hut -e feel that it would be
to th .Interest of the state to have
tat bonds on deposit for seru-lty
irf tho state's funds for more redout
Viau one One reason in particular
Is. xti you well know, if you e'er have
occasion to sue on a surety bond .it
a general rule It means a botly con-
TMm uw siilt. Furthermore, we ar
at this time advertising a 2.W,ui)'j
f-sue of i 1-2 ner cent refunding bonds
We ttel thtt the tanks of the state
iAouId be willing to carry at least as
Jnach of these bonds as the state
trussrer would be willing to carry
a deposit for. We would be glad'to
hour from jou along this1 line.
We also wish to rvo notice that
after the 1st of Januar). 1913, ac
counts such as yours will bear intw
aet at the rate of two per eent per
annum, payable monthly We have
lately been in ccirespondonce with
all the state treasurers of the United
States and find that with but one 01
two exceptions that funds bear this
ranch interest, and several of them
nwjre. You understand that jour ac
count for at least the next six month
will We practically in the nature of a J
time deposit, and inasmuch as most
ot tlt banks of the state par inter
est at the rate of four per cent on
time deposits, we feel th3t this wil'
not work a hardship on you and will
be quite an added source of revenue
to the stale We would be glad to
Kear.fnm you at an early date as to
the laoximum amount of state dopes
Its that jowr Lank would like to carry
Of course, after the tax money
conies in. In January, this office will
have a j very lame sum of money to
place i deposit. Part of it will t
only lor a short time, bat e win ic
1m ac position to treat the banks ol
two stale much better as Jo deposit
tfeau we have -n the past year
Trusting that we have made our
"" 1 lvnr. cleat on these matters, ant.
t "dfiU?, wo remain
fr "" ' Very truly jours, '
V. V JOHNSON,
BffT ' His Stomach Troubles Over.
if- Hr. Dyspeptic, would" jou like to
fy thatjour'stoxcacli troubles were
i orftr. tnat you couia eat. any ir.nu
? oftfootl jeu desired without Injury
Ttiat may seem so aulikwy to you
tlttft jou do not even hope for an
ending of your trouble, but permit
W to sre you tliat it Is not alto
gether Impossible, ii ouieis can oe
CBlodJitermanently. and thousands
fctvo oeeti. why not youT John R.
JMrker. ol Battle Creek, Mlcn is one
them. He says: "I was troubled
nil hearthani.. indigestion, and liv-
complaint .UVJI I usea unamcer
lns Tablet thon ray trouble was
r. Sold by all ueaiers. Aaver-
WONDROUS EXPLOITS OF
Ton Butler, the famou French. Je-
-Star Theater Sunday and
MomHv Advertisement -it'"
Blacks t4.00 per box
Wine Saps S325 per Box
Ganos S2.90 per Box
Ben Davis per Box S2.50
"Tie Pare Feed Grecer"
i i wnw iiiiiiimiwi mill in
A complete line of Mound CityTiints and Berry Bros
-JO . . i r mm i nHlaiilgill ' ttm ! r I Hit i TlftlT & wrrtMMW-rf1-'!- -H-1--V-! ' w '"
'RFCINfiT RftF - ' -
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ID Al m LfiU
Death of T. D. Burdick, the
Plaintiff in Precinct Case
Will Prevent Taking It
to High Court
NEW SUITS PROBABLE
Tb doa't), on Fiiday, of Judge r
D. Hnrdlefc. has eompllcated ttie yre
Ciiic. light the Orst move in wl)Kl
wa made gn 'rlday. l-.s jwe xa
E.sttl of the reftoslnR of the In'tini
tlon asked nd the appoirtlng, by iJk
btard of supervisors, of new prernut
"he suit to ieMraln : boanl from
reaisincung ana apiM"iiiing wa
brought in Judge llordiak's name. A
coincidence of the case !s that the de-
cision or thft superior court, reosln
the injunction, was handed down wl'h-
In tlhrty minutes of tho death of the
plaintiff. Not knowing ot the death
of the plaintiff, a notice ot appeal wan
filed by the attorneys foribe precmc:
ouicers iuui me tieatn o; me piainua
makes tils void. The reason for UiIj
Is that the whole suit was brought in
the name of Judge Hurdlck.
It Is- the opinion of William Clea..
one of lie ittorneys for the precinct
officers, that the precirct officers can
now sue for their salaries wl:.-n the
time for tbetu Is due In this wuv
the matte- will again be o'wne-1 ami.
it is expocted, will be taken to the i
prenie court 'n the same manner tiit
tho iiHunt-tlcn case would hai" ieu
had it net been for the death of Juuge
.wYt present the local precinct status
.s fonnvliat muddled W ll T'-'omas
and J J. Mcltea, who were.upjWiHttxl
Jnstite ol the peace and tMini3")le
rciiti.ivel by, the hoard r supei
VKsors, havt received the notltieaUon
of their appointments and are ,rr
paling to assume their duties. 1
he mcantme. however, the reuw'ar
n oik 1 teing done by the old offi
cers. Court was held in th rcii'sr
way yesterday by Justice High.
IS FIRST TIME HERE
Clyde Fitch's posthumous drama.
"The City," Svhlch for two seasons
was a sensation in New York and
Chicago, vvlll have its first local pre
sentation at the Orpheum Theater,
Monday, Jan. 0. Hugo B. Koch, th
well known dramatic star, will ap
pear In the lending role, supported by
an unuhu.iliy good company. The at
traction Is under the direction of the
United Play company which Is respou
'Itile for many recnt successes, not-
itily The Lion and the Mouse." "The i
-. hi S, ..rZ, ;: Z
"Kindling." The engagement of
tl t ..I nAimAn ! !- 1 9t
Thet'01tywi)I-be-oiie!of tlwnoiable I
ones ot the season . I
HQW TO SUCCEED
Durlng tli last few years,
tlons in all -lines of business,
professional life, have changed
completely that every munis tvaklng,
up to me inctftuai, in oroer 10 wa w!W nlsh there for new fanglej
success he n.ust sjpcxrfallze and learrijluins(, in lhe waJ. of government and
to do somo one thlngtAnd.do -it well.; ttere apaln BcU!ed bad- in tho old
So it Is with, any article that Is 8oMlsrooVe 5n. whlch the state had en.
jj the neopi It must have genuine, joyeil great prosp5rity for forty
merit, or mil auiuuni. ui ttutwiamj,
will maintain the demand for tho ar
For many' years tvo have watched
with much Interest the remarkable
record maintained by
Bwamp-nooi. m r. -' n.iUw, ..-
er and Bladder Remedy. From the
very beginning the proprietors hauj
so much confidence ,In It that the
invited even' one to test it, free of
cost before purchasing.
It Is a physician's prescription. j
They have on file thousands of lef'ftfli "mrUUS APUF
ters receded from former sufferers Ql H KfJ Q flhRh
tfto are now unjoying good health as UJILII Ulllliri nUllU
sample6 tottle, ad"dresl Dr. Kltaer, fllrj flH IjjiH
Co BInghamton, N. W and Tnentioa. w" ""-v" --'
(his air. They .v 111 gladly forwar! J
you a sample bottle by maiL ans-n
iteiS-'ar sl'cSror sale at alt drug-j
gists fifty-cents and one-dollar. AO-
THE GREATEST DETECTIVE
or ma of the age t Star Theater
'odav ?'d '"fonf'as At! erth"inent
ggBTfcux kaM a
Several Rooms Are Added
and Whole Place Has
The C. nd A dispensary has mo.
ed Into Its new (jtiarters and Is now
the largest dispensary in the sta'e
The dispensary is in the same build-
ling, opposite the station, but a num
ber of rooms have be.en auded.
There are i'o- eight rooms 'belong
ing to the dispensary, All the new
rooms, together with the old ones,
have been repainted and toe whol
dispensary preseins a "brand new
appearanee 11 the addition of the
aTtrti Ivmnlc afiri nf the ilftftora 411'.V
hntt a canfinta riff Tttfl nf hft
rooms will be used for surgical oper
dtlous, twV for reception rooms, two
for the dispensary, one for a drug
room and another feu- a library
latter w 11 !- foi tile exclusive use Ot
the doctore and will be kept supplied
with all the current magazines.
Another feature of the improvements
at the C. and A. dispensary Is the
(telephone system, which Is now beln
installed There will be a telephon'
In every room and the system will be
ifO arranged that the rooms can coin
mun'cate with one another. With the
addition of the new rooms the local
diepensarj is now the largest In Ai.
zona. BREATHITT TALKS
OF STATE PROGRES
Prominent Tucsonite Glories
in Return of Home State
to the Democratic Fold
Declaring that "rucboc is making
a steady growth and that the min
ing Industrj is actlvn in every sec
tion of Pima county. Col. J 11. Breatlv
itt, a special agen' of the Southern
Pacific company, arrived In Hisbee
eterday from his home In tho OM
Pueblo. Col Hrerthltt has a large
i acquaintance In Arizona and In trav-
eliiig over the southern lorllon gains
active knowledge, concerning Indus
tries and progress being made.
"I think Arizona Is moro prosper
ous today than ever before," said
the colonel. "The mining Industry Is
marvelously active In all the mineral
district from Mohavo to Cochise. The
metal prices are all up and more
!"cel to go higher than lower and
i as a result of these good prices
wastes have been advanced,
" . ,,, ... .
A Missouri Democrat.
'"ol Ureathltt came to Arizona from
the state of Missouri during the last
administration of Grover Cleveland.
Previous to that he had besn electeJ
as a member of the railroad commis
sion In that state. He came to the
old territory as a sjieclal agent
the "InlteU States land department.
Yesttrdiv he Droniiv nomted to the
gpieniurt democratic majority In his
T.l ctnta nn! Hn.l;iril thst hlj
meam that Mlssour, has tlred of tha
i years under democratic rule until
McKInley carried the state twelve
j ears ago.
I When abked for an opinion as to
.hat might be expected In Arizona
f, th atvii ,.
from the special session of the leg's
jature wh,cn wn convene j,ext
,nonth Coionel nrealhltt declared that
wag a ,lUfcsUon away beyond any
hnowlejgp lle liad and beyond h'w
I powers of foresight,
injon Stock Yards Enter-
prise in Los Angeles De
sires to aeiratocic Here
AnnllpaffAn ? rArT-nfxals-in -saII
.shares in Arizona -was made lo thR
corDoration commission in Phoenix
yesterday by the TJalon Stockyards
company, a concern formed for tho
purpose of building yards and handl
ing stock ot all kinds In Los Angeles
the same as cattle, hogs and sheep
are now handled in Kansas City. Chi
cago and other market centers, says
... R. Lctton
secretary and treas
urer of the Union Stockyards com
pany, is now In Phoenix. He Is ac
companied by D D. Long, who will
remain there some time to represent
! "1 do not think there Is any doubt
, that we will be given .permission to
do business In Arizona, for our prop
.csltion Is a perfectly legitimate one
and is destined to benefit this state
!a g.eat deal," Secretary Letton sai-1
.yesterday. "We are going to In
vite the co-operation of the stockmen
of Arizona, financially and In other
I ' At present there is no un'on stock
(sards op the coast. There Is no mar
; ket for stock except to local dealers.
(This naturally handicaps the man
j who has stock to sell and also th
man who wishes io buy beef, pork o-
U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Naxt Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
0S- "C-j- vs--seriJw
WILL BE A BIG YEAR, t1-
And the demand for watch ei. diamonds and jewelry
will be In greater demand then ever The tt-j-re of ijual
lty and the right prices.
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
i JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
THE WONDROCS EXPLOITS OF
Three Thousand Feet of
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JAN. 5 AND 6.
WILL OGGUR TODAY
Father Metier Will Conduct,
Last Sad Rites List
of Pail Bearers
The funeral of Judge T D. BurdlcK.
who died on Friday, will be held at
3.30 o'clock at the Catholic church.
Father Meuer will oniclate. Arrange
ments have been made for the Copper
Queen band to furnish the music at
The death of Judge Burdick caus
ed deep sorrow to his many friends
In this city. Although a cripple and
often suffering the severest pain, he
always remained cneerful and was
never heard to complain Many ex
pressions of 'regret and of sympathy
for his relatives were heard yester
day. The following are the pall bearers
Judg High, S. K. Williams. J. W
Ross, J D. Taylor, Alexander Murry
and C. N. Thomas. Interment will be
made in Evergreen cemetery.
IS m IN AGIN
Lowell Turns Out Great
Throng Which Is Treated
with Good Program i
Petween seven and eight hundred
people witnessed the opening of the
new Lowell theater last niuht- tlls-h
offwlnds and general bad weather did
not keep the crowds away.
A program of five splendid reels
and two songs and a dramatic reci
tation were given. "Rose of Jly Life"'
was beautifully rendered by Mrs. J.
J. Harrington; "Songs My Mother
Used to Sing" was effectively render
ed by Mr. J. P. Coy. Mr. Velard Car-
Tuthers In a clever portrayal of the
last act of the "Girl of the Golden
".Vest," was well received.
The pictures were "the New Yorjt
Hat," a comedy; "Winning of Wfi'tla
Girl," a beautiful Indian film; 'Toaf
vllle Eye," a comedy; '"Linked To
gether," a comedy; and "Salt Laki
City," a series of topographical sceres
of the famous western gateway
The Interior of the new pjw'iouaei
which was fully descrj'fed'jny resent
'ssue of the Review" was c5iLjtAtlr'
admired by the many 'who atfndtd
the opening. The appointment were
perfect and the handling ol the
crowds was made efficient by a woll
trained corps of attendants. For this
the management is to be congratulat
ed. The new theater makes a splendid
addition to Lowell's business district
ind judging from last nights attend
ance It Is appreciated by the inba
properties and which w be affected
support It merits.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
THERE are four young gentlemen.
congenial to each other, to room)
and board In private family. Call
at No 66 Upper Lowell. 500.1
FOR RENT Housekeeping jrooms atj
Gasson House, Z School Hill, be-j
tween Methodist and Episcopal
AGENTS to handle onr high grade I
specialty No talking needed, sells t
on sight Write today. James B .
Cook Co., Cll Homer Laughlln'
Bldg., I.os Angeles. Calif. 36bV
VANTKD To buy all the sec
ond hand furniture In the
Warren DUtrict Those 341.
ilrooks-Ccoper Furniture Co,
mutton, for It makes it difficult for
them to eet together.
"We Intend to handle consignments j Theater today ind Monday Adver
o stock on a commission basis; Just . tlsemnt. 50 1.
tne same as tney are nanaiea .n
Kansas City. Chicago and Omaha.
We will create a better market on
the Pacific coast and encourage stock
men to ship to Ijos Angeles."
( khA I
30 Big Scenes.
of tho Age.
JOc and 15c
The Home of Refined
ol Bed ,
Matinee Today 2:15 p. m.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy has no superior fot
coughs and colds. It Is pleasant it
'take. It contajns noi)pV"nt or other
t narcotic. It always cures. For safn
'by all dealers. Advertisement. 476'
SEE THE GREAT FRENCH
I tectlTe story told In pictures.
Star Set: THE TOM BUTLER DETEC-
Utu pictures at Star Theater today
and Monday. Advertisement. sul
We appreciate you and al
ways endeavor" to merit
your kind patronage: pre
senting the best pictures,
the clearest projection, and
good music, amid clean,
sanitarv and desirable con
ditions. We want you 'to com and nee
our show -Come once and you
will be a steady patron.
Always A Good Sh,ow.
Tonight and Tuesday
A Western Comedy Drama
Under the Direction of Louis Morrison '
"This is the first time I've had a boiled shirt on
Come Early Curtain 8:15
I To Follow The
Managers - Lockie and Detloff -anieed
. Th United Plat Company e
'ivc-orporiited. - -
America's Greatest Drama
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m wh m m mm
by ClpdeC Flick. v
The City vs. The Couiitrj ,
Where. "Was The Best In You Brought Out?
Prices - SL50 - 75c - 50c.
Seats on Sale at Orpheum Theater.
Carriages and Autos Ordered for 10.45 p. m.
We Handle the
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per. Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
H. E. WOOTTON
, Successor to Mainland-Wootton Co.
An Extra Charge on Accounts Not Settled Vithin
A complete stock of Builders' materials, Tools of ever -j
description and the best makes, and cutlery.
PROGRAM FOR SUN
DAY AND MONDAY
"A TRIP UP .THE ELBE"
"HALF PINT OF MILK"
"MA UYUL.UUIV' Drama
"FIXING A FLIRT
Marriage of Libby
Two Best Brands of
On The Market