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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNINiG, JANUARY 30, 1913.
. PAGE THREE
iHT. IT COSIS
BIO- BUI BISBEE
Complete Statement of Re-
cetpts and Disbursements
Since June Shows
ITEMS OF EXPENSE
p After raj-lug many city warrants,
Siuylng for Important Improvements
' am) maintaining tho various depart
1 imtnt of the pity, HUbee ended th
'(yeer with a balance of fj4S,..S0.3G. ae
' cording to fit-men Just complied by
Vtlv Clerk -llutlpr fhn fieiirt -lv
the rwttlpts and disbursements for the
lm seven months. beginnintc HU
-tune 1 nud ending December '31
Tim balance on hand June 1
amounted to t364.U7. The total
recelpta for the seven months broftthl
j tbr amount up to S13&.i7X.3G. Of till
the largest single summits yter th
taxes on iirojierty, which amounted
I to $GI,1C3.09. rid the fcaloou llcen-
, $12,415. 1Jh auto and motor cy
( clo licensee amounted to St.'.
Under disbursements the large sin
i ,gle Item is that ot the outstanding
Interest-bearing warrants which
amounted to 1S,1K3.'J). The water"
works lond Interest cou lions paid and
the street Improvement bond Interest
coupon Ktid amounted. In each In-ktance.-to
$7500. lilsbee laid H771.S1
forjts police and $3030.0" for its fire
departments during tlie seven months
Three horSes were purchased at a
cost of $G00. It cost SSC'W.IO cents to
llHht the utreets. r053.83 for street
maintenance aHd $3!7G.72 for the road
'extension up Tombstone canyon.
Floods cost the cit, in repair work,
$JSC8.4C. With all tho Improvement
and expenses tho end of -the year
showed a" balance or 43.fSit.&3.
The following is the complete list of
receipts aud disbursements for tjie
llalance on hand. June 1st
Saloon License 12.41fi.00
General License .",4,7.r..r.
Auto & Molo- Cycle License 43.00
.Milk I,lcene .....
Heal & rjorsonal Property
Tax ..... ..fi...
nlinquent Ta 1D09 ..
Delinquont Taxejl)10 ...'.
Delinnucnt Taxes. 1911 .
Plumbing- I'cruiltfi"'?;... ,
Sewer IVrniiW ....,....
Police Court Fines
Outside Sewer Kent ... .
Tin Junk Sold :.-. t-'
Kxtra Gravfe Care .... ..
House Rent '.
Warren' Company ,t .
Interest on City IeposiLs . .
itefund of l-'relght . . ....
Uefund, U. F. Laughmlller
For" Chisel , .
Sale of Cement Sacks
jlfisbee Improvement Co.. a'C
' Hepalrs to. Street
First National Uank Dhl-
dend " ... .-.
Jlall Itejit from County
ilefund Win, I'ologren, over
Refund W.'Orooks. Rig Hire
Sale of Gun ,
Ijttgal ltxptHMu 42JO
tleneml Kxpense 3S9.S
Oaico Kxpense 119
City Sealer Bxioiise 227.25
Refunded Strt Tax 72.00
vt-iVii rkAHTiiic lfi lv
Miscellaneous Kxpense ... . 1S'I.W.
Sewer Bonds I-ald 4.000 00
W'uter JVorks liond Interest
couMn paid 7.500.00
ttreot Inijiroyuniiiiit llond In- ,
terut coHpon pnld . . . 7.SO0.0n '
Scwe' liond Intrreat Coupons '
imid ! 2,Wi0 0i '
OuutnndlnK MParrants Inter- j
eilt paid - ",4CM0
Townslte Trustee, ncet. Mil
Ceo. H. XeoI 2C4.401
FnHJ'.t oil SaalfrS Appur-
(J'fice FHrnlture and Flitnres K1 7-" ,
.iv block (HeraeA pur
chased 3) COOO'i
One Xew Water Tank (llrow- '
ery Avenue) 2-"0 0i
Street SprltikHng 4U4.0)
Street SwestMnK X31 "."
Mghtlnt; Straits 2,000.10)
Stret Maintenance .... 2.0.'.3.S,
Tnmlntone Can) on Road Kr-
te(iiimi . 3.C7C.72
ltrewery GHlch Water Tank
Wall and Foundation
Grading & Oiling Naco Road
Relajing O. K. Street Pave
ment Filling "Jack Lot"
Siirvoy Clawson Hill Road .
Ucjialrs to Castlo Rock bridge
Outstanding Warrants. Inter-
est-Learlng. paid 1S.1S2.9S
Outstanding Warrants non-
interest-bearing. ikiIjJ, . . . C.U3.C9 ,
December 21. 1112. Balance 43.5&0.S3!
uC 7.! m
1 r. lift I
SCENE IN MUTT AND JEFF ORPHEUM TONIGHT
, ' i $135.97S.30
Sanitary 'Iopt ....
Police Dept. ...'
Fire Dept. .;
Scavenger Uept.'..5.... .
Vater W6rks T3x pense 1,091.2$
Stable Expense 4.OS7.70
ARIZONA CATTLE NOW
Ran?c Cattle Now Selling
tor s&25, 5?2Q and ?32,
According to Age
Recent sales of cattle In Cochise
and southern Arieona have been at
prices higher than luui been received
at any time during tho last quarter
oi a century.
The tlrst important sale in th s
county was the entire herd or, J. T.
Hood, of the Four Har ranch anil
range. He sold bis cattle for 30&
per head, -Including- cows, calves and
everything that can be gathered ami
loaded on the cars at Douglas. Thexe
cattle go to the Panhandle country
1-ast week John II. Slaughter, the
eran ttlmn and owner of )ie
San BraHrdtno ranch on the Inter
national border east of Douglas. soW
all the cattle he owned on the Amer
ican side of the international line.
These cattle were purchased by J John
Degnan, of Pueblo. Colorado, and they
are now being dipped and shipped
away as fast as gathered from the
range. It is reported that Slaughter
received a better price than Mr. Hood.
Regarding conditions In the Santa
Lruz region, the Patagonlan has the
torn Turner, or Klgln, and son
Karl, have been In Patagonia this
week buying cattle, and like other
, cattle buyers, they complain of the
scarcity, tut the prices they are lay
ing seem to bring the much desired
bovines from their bidding plactjs.
ine 'turners have been contracting
cattle for $36. $35 and J32, May de
livery, and at these figures have se
cured nearly three thousand head.
"This is the highest price ever paid
In this part of the southwest for cat
tle. Turner admits having sold some
cattle once for a price almost as lare
as this, -but he says he never .before
liougbt any at such fancy figures.
GLOBE IS BOOMING SOCIETY WILL ATTEND
JS REPORTED HERE WARREN CLUB DANCE
Joseph H. Hammil Will
Resume Newspaper Bus
iness in That City
Frank Thomas, court interpreter.
has reUrned from Ulobe. nhem li&
went to attend the wedding of his
sister. "The section around Globe is
booming. said Sir. Thomas yester
day, -with the activity greatest at
Miami. The town Is growing In all
directions and man new iiersons aro
coming in. Miami now has two news
papers, the Silver Hell, which was re
cently moved from Globe by Cleve
land Van Dyke, and the News. Joseph
1!. Hammil, formerly the editor of
the Sliver Belt, when It was located
at Globe. Is now a't Globe and expects
to ?tarl a new paper there.
'T ' '
Mrs. Nevada Briggs, tte baking expert, says:
""There ii just one way to wle your cakes rise high tnd evenly
Eire them time to rife before a. emit is termed and th? Iiiri U
stiffened by cookivg."
"If Dzing a gaa, raoline or oil stove, light yoaroren when you put
the cake in end keep the fame law unU the cake has doubled in bulk;
then increase the heat until it is evenly browned and will retpond to
the pressure of the finger. If using a coal or wood range. leave the "
oven door open until the cake is in; then turn on the draft and by
the time the oven is at bakipg temperature, the cake wBl have
For rich, moist, feathery cakes Mrs. Briggs always recommends
W Baking Powder
It is doable acting and sustain the raise.
You can open and close the oven door, turn the
tin around in the oven or do anything else
necessary, without any danger of making the
Try your favorite cake next time with K C BkmS
Powder and see how much higher it will rise. Make it
just as you aSvays do, with the same quantity of baking
powder. While K C is less expensive than the old fash,
toned baking powders, it has even greater leavening
strength and it is fjuaranteed pure and healthful.
Try a can and be convinced "
BO? SCOOTS D008LE
NKW YORK, Jan. 2S. The organi
zation of the Roy Scouts of America
la mauy departments virtually doub
led in 1SI2. White, as Is perfectly
natural in an organization of this
kind, a certain number of boys and
a certain number of scout masters
dropped scouting, the hoys who join
ed, the scout masters who took up
the work, and the business and pro
fessional men who furnished financial
support aHd co-ojieratlon wore great
er than In any previous year. The
number of scout cuuiims'u;iem and
local councils is twice as great to
day as a year ago.
Figures whloh James Ii West, chief
scout executive of the Boy Scouts of
America, is compiling In preparation
for the auuuAl meeting in February,
show tho remarkably rapid growtn
of the organization, and Indicate that
scouting Activities, comprising many
forms of fun in the outdoors, and
the dally good turn, have taken a grip
on tho boys. ,
In 1912 275 'commissions were
issued to scout masters and their
assistants. That figure shows up
favorably In comparison with .V1Z
Issued In. 1911, whon it is realized
that there wore 200 applications
pending at the: end of the year. Fur
thermore, ltIs much" harder now
to drain a 'commission than it was
in 1911 because of tho many re
Affair to Be Held Friday
Society promises to be out In lorgo
n.imbers at the dance to he given by
the hoiice furnishings committee at
the Warren District Country club tK
morrow night. Seldom has a dane
attracted such attention as this one
appears to have done, and from all
present Indications, success Is al
The dance programs have Just
come from the primers and contains
the new est numbers of the season.
There are to Le fourteen numbers
and a grand march, the dance-JCom-iiicnrlng
promptly at S o'clock. Rren
nan's orchestra luis been engaged to
furnish the music.
The proceeds of the evening, is to
lit used In refurnishing the rooms of
the Warren Uistrict Country club.
Special cars will carry passengers
to the club rooms and wHI wait for
them 'to. return. The patronesses of
the evening are Jlesdames Illedsoe
llrldgf, KIlinwiKui, Goliriug, Hunter,
Miner. Newman Tnny and Thompson
CASE OF HINGETIS
DEVELOPS IN BISBEE
Mathew Kinsella. a Junior at the
Bisbee High scnool was suddenly
stricken with spinal meningitis Wed
nesday afternoon while he was atten I
ing recitations at the school. He was
able to go to his homo In Jlggervllle.
unaided, where no sooner had ne
reached the house when he became un
corsc'ohs and has remained in that
Serious doubts as to his recovery
is held by the physicians who pro
nounce his cage as being very grave.
The boy Is being confined at bis home
as he considered to be "in too ser
ious a condition to be removed to the
Coms to Funeral.
Jndge Frank Goodbody, a warm per
sonal friend of the late George A.
Neale, arrived In the city last nlgiK
from Tombstone for the purpose of ot
tending the funeral of his friend.
Goodbody ana" Neale both came to Arl
zona from"- San Diego at the samt
The Neale Funeral.
The father of the late Hon. George
A. Neale arrived last night from Sau
Diego, but the -hour being late no def
inite arrangements wre made for the
funeral of his son. Judge Sutter,
former partner of Mr. Neale. adlou.m
ed court yesterday and Is .expected to
arrive today for the funeral.
In th Mir,... vinr r fh riif Mn- Cunningham Herev
mMm . ..... oo M. IaJd Cunningham, of
fiwiuiuuuv aiAIUL iVMIV JJt;i3J!l IIU C
been commissioned as scout masters
or assistants. In a thorough canvass
to find out what men were active,
less than 2.000 of these have been
stricken from the active rolls, leav
ing about 8,000 active leaders of the
I boys. A scout master has charge
jof from 20 to 100 boys.
The Increase in the movement over
1911 is also shown by the fact that
Angeles, arrived In the city last
night, coming to attend the funeral, ot
Hon. George A. Neale. who was tier
principal counsel In ber suit -against
the Costelio estate. t-
NKW YORK. K. Y Jan. 29. Cop
per nominal. elcctroIyUc 1650. Tin
strong, lead steady antimony unset
Ued, spelter and iron easy. Copper
arrivals 60 tons, exports this month
last year 227 men were registered 22,060 tons. London copper easy
at national headquarters as commis
sioners, in comparison with 145 In
the previous year. Tho coiamlsslon-
.. . . ... KcblltutlcriMacnTearra
er is me active man in cnarce or mo si.miiT.r.ll, iMiiidmiuiiT
scout work In any town or locality vurrttiur t !.. smuttfe. wimpuc
Furthermore, in 1912, 1ST local coun- ui ! t it rr , tot mum.
1 i r 1 t t t rwrt rnna.
ens were organized, too local coun-1 '"v n"x,j3ae u aa -
'-" r Kr t
en is important because It Is usually
composed of from 50 to 100 business
and professional men In a town or
city to supervise the scout work, andi
those local councils represent active!
support of 15,000 more men in 1912
than In 1911,
HTHE most impressive sale ever planned and conducted
in the Warren District, which offered you such thor
oughly genuine bargains. If you have not attended
this sale as frequently as you may have desired, you still
have time to share in its many under-priced offerings
Johnson Block, Upper Main St.
" - Coffee Percolator
" Chafing Dish
. " Disc Stove
Electric Water Heater
Baby Bottle Heater 1
Curling Iron .
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
Hot Point 6 lbs. Price $3i
General Electric 6 lbs. " $4) s
Westinghouse 6 lbs. " $4S0 Guarantee
American Beauty 6 lbs. . $ 500 - Life Guarantee
We have all of ihe above appliances for sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
liberal trial. " ,
Bisbee Improvement Co,
X4?f? yu as fr eer do not take a sub
W IVfSit stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3. SO per case.
If your grocer does not have it, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
The Arizona Sanitarium
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Prices
Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETlt "HEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND iuvSHES OF ALL KINDS, MININQ
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12J EMIL MARKS. Managti