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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1915.
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HAS RIGHT TO MAKE TROUBLE IN U. S.,
SAYS DUMB A; MAY GET HIS PASSPORTS
Respectfully Solicits Your Patronage
Clfcartlne. Pr'easilfn Repairing
Blunt Brothers & Walker
IN STOCK MARKETS i o
Can Paeifto iti-
Crucible 0 3-4
Ot Northern H8 1-
Market Is Almost Entirely Dull;
Rfittnr Fnnlinn Is Indicated.' Lehigh
I Tl II.,. Anllnno MWt l't
of Some Issues.
NBW YOltK. Sept. 13. Wall
Street's absorbing Interest in the dip
lomatic sitnatton and the outcome of
the impending foreign exchange nego
tiations were reflected in the dullness
ot today's trading. The market was
In a state of suspended animation for
tlia greater jwrt of the session but
bee&ma active and strong In the final
hoars oil a report that Washington
ami IHrtlu had agreed to submit the
wain pWHta of the Arable Incident to
Another favorable factor was the
announcement ot the placing of addi
tional large order, for steed and Iron
by foreign Interests. These orders.
It ia declared, wilt likely be consider
ably augmented should the large
Anglo-French war loan be made by
Metal stocks also made decided Im
provement the advance being assort
Mo Pact. 83 8
Nor PaclH 107
N. Y. C 92 I
Penna 109 1 2
Reading US 1 ?
8teel 7C r. h
steel mi'!! lisr.-sl
St. Paul iV2
So Pacific J
Union Pacific 129 1 4
Adventure ..... 1 1 2
Arte Conueerctal , 8 31
Butt Sap , 07 i
C. ft II r' '
C. A 2 1 -
C Range 54 H
K lldtle 12
Grantor .' 88
ated with better Inquiry for regned , Hancock 1 1-2 i
Inspiration , .14 1-2
N Dtte 25 1-2
Nlpltstng 6 7 $
Old nottrltM Ml-
Old Colefty 212
Phelps Dodge 245
Pond Creek ... IT
Ray Cons II1-S
Sop Boston 2 3-4
Utah Oofta ; 12 3-4 j
Utah Copper 6(2-4
Cornelia. - 9 3-4
(By L. J. OtertocW Denn 10
BOSTtfr Sept. 13.-When we stu-lje, v; 2
dy tbe ffjkiclal situation In this conn-; verde 61-8
try we aWarnased at the amount of Totio 53-4
resources reeemplete and in sight, Ton Bel ..... 3 34
itagiand seW'this and is asking theft-srw, fil-S
assistance sh needs. Fundamental . v0i Arisona 11-2
oomlltions see to.be QgffVm$ aIV ,
the time. Domestic jjaft jK1fnfroT;j (By Levy Ores.)
log and U bound ffinsTprove as'wdj j yW jilted to iotu ooaferencc
understand better the strength of oor 0f American bankers with Anglo-
foundations. The fact that sentiment French commlaslon.
still remains conservative is favora- Now believed von Papen will vol-
We. t Were It not for the restricting j untarily return to Germany.
Influence of our relations with Ger- n. l. A meter believes payment on
n)any the upward swing would prob- Rock Island Interest will be arranged
oopper. united mates steei was noi
only the most active issue but most!
potent In effecting the late rise, sell
Ing up 1 3-4 points to 75 7-8 on un
wmal large Individual transactions.
War harea again contributed a
very large percentage on the total but
this group gathered 'momentum from
tlie: familiar professional sources.
Railway shares repeated their variable
or reactionary tendencies of the re
cent days anl every marked gain be
ing soon effaced on profit-taking or
bear pressure. Erie's an deome other
low priced issues were the only atrik
inaveareentions. Rock. Island made
snank' Howard progress" tearly in the!
suasion on reports that provisions
have been made to meet the forthcom
ing Interest, .payment on its debenture
notes but" lot all the advantage later.
Total sals 362,000 sharees. Bonds
were Irpgular, the conditions ascribed
to nather foreign "offerings. Total
seldffflar value aggregated 12.470,000.
BUbde and Denver
Copper & Industrial Stocks
Copper Queen Hotel Phone 135
O. K. LIVERY and
RODRRT HICNES8KY. Prop.
Phone 16. Op. Depot. Ambulanc
STOVES AND RANGES
LINOLEUM AND CONGOLIUM
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
Stewart & Rountree .
i 1 .
iMASONIC BUILDINQ MAIN ST.
Ambassador Constantin Theodor Dumbn.
As a' result of his efforts to foment trouble in American factories and
cauie strikes and walk-outs in American plants manufacturing munitions
for the allies, Dr. Constantin T. Dumba, Austrian ambassador to the United
States, may be given his passports. Dumba defends his actions on the
ground that he has a right to do anything that wilt embarrass Austria's
enemies, even though hi.s course m:y incidentally cause trouble in the
MOOSE DOINGS FOR
COMING WEEK HAVE
GREAT MANY ANGLES
10 MURDERERS OF
! WALTER BROOKS
(Contluur.'l liom Pew 1)
ished him. I hit him with rocks.
, . . ., " ,,.. 0 j Let's o down and find my hat."
Loyal Order of Moose Will Send; donad0 he refused to
Big Delegation tO DOUglaS tO.help his companion And the hat and
CondUCt Initiation in Border- lett lmmedWely, by way of the rail
. . , , f. . road track land Upper Lowell; for
tanu LUUyKJuuocti tvciuo. Nac0 Hft into Mexico went of'Comp(Mly u algo at
fiacq anu nas neen eonnnea to nis i
Married In Church
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took up all of the time of the court
1 Tomorrow the Cunningham-Costello
case will be resumed and Interrog
atory Number Nine, of the plaintiff,
' u ill be up for consideration first as
it bad not been agreed upon when
court adjourned Saturday evening.
Since Saturday Cupid has been
, rather busy In Coebise County and
thi eiefk of tbe court has issued n
' number ot licenses among which aro
William James of Douglass to wed
Irene Brennan of the same place.
Mick Heranich of Blsbee to' wed
LuMca Banaverlch of the aame place.
J. A. lvey of Tombstone to wed
Edith Josephine McPherson of the
James Leishman of McNeal to wed
Oect,le Grace Holden of Warren.
Larry Olnther of Douglas to wed
Amelia Hoclick of the same place.
Partiee over from Wlllcox this
morning bring word that a number .of
round-ups are in progress in that sec
tion and that there will be large ship
ments of cattle made fro mtbat place
within the next few weeks. Thi
ranges there are very dry and the cat- j
tlemen in that section are getting rid
of what stock they can in order to
protect their young cows. They Intend
to hold tbe young stock as the stock
holders in other places or. me cuunij
are doing. Those who are at work
rounding up are tbe Rlggs Cattle Com
pany; The J. H. outfit and Monk
Brothers. The Chiricabua Cattle
work and will
OFFICIAL COCHISE COUNTY MAPS
Contalnlr Topography, Railroads Subdivisions Anil Cttlfffly iltoads.
Absolutely the latest reliable data. Sizes, 5 ft. x 6 ft. $16.00.
28 In. x 28 in., $7.60.
J. S. McNeish, C. E.
P. O. Box 70. Office Maze Bids., llisbeo, Arizona.
Indian Hot Springs and Sanitarium
FORT THOMAS, GRAHAM CO., ARIZONA.
A noted resort for health and pleasure. Twenty minutes rfdo from Hot
Springs Station. These wonderful waters are recommended to cure
Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Liver, Kidney and Stomaoh Troubles. Largo
p'unge and swimming pool. THE BEST OF HUNTINO AT ALL TIMIia
RATE8 REASONABLE. ;
ALEXANDER BROS., Propr.
$2.50 Each Way.
Inquir or Phone O. K. Livery Stable, Phone 15. James Marrs
Tombstone, Phona 19. Leave Biebcc 7:30 a. m., Tombstone 4:30 p. m.
m V . ,,.. ,, ,,nrt'"c, "V uuucu sliip a number of steers
iukiuk n tvuiy.ric ucb.i: Home wtw ti wound ne received un-
a large number of the members, the, t a nort tm)e ago
local Loyal Order ol Moose will maae
Arthur lvey and Miss Edith Jo-
"ablr' be substantial. Would buy tbe
standard rails and good copper stocks
on any quick break. Phelps Dodge
trtrtdena $2.60 and $3 extra is payable
to stock of record September 18th.
Paine, Webber Co.
4IU1 Maimers 40 1-4
Ailfratutaa TO S-4
Ajen Smelter Si 1-4
Awn .Can 57 3-4
Amu Beet 55 1-2
Awn Sugar 110 3-8
Germany on July 31st had 3,200,000
men on firing line.
Best grades sine ore $80 a ton re
duction $.6 from last week.
Copper metal unchanged, electrolytic
quoted at IS cents.
111 nonsnn Ttrnrmrpa HranKr rim 1.1 .t-m ... ,
mp to uowaaw and gave the officer, other informa-, holy bond8 of matrin)ony earTy yesta.-
fientember 21. 'The trln will be made , ,, ,h.i, it, .nni.i-- uiutmnm. . . .. . . ..
.7 " " , . ..,,, ,- ""-- aay morning at tne ispiscopai t.'nurch
1 for the Durixwe of Installing a large v... t. n...i r-.iio.,-1 . z. '
. ' - I UU V UllHI O , . U1U UVUl.l I. !
Berlin cable (via I-ondon) says
German busfness men liaye transmit
ted to the United States an offer to
buy 1.000,000 bales of cotton at 15
cents per pound, payable on delivery
in a German harbor.
Any woman .seeking foreknowledge of the correct Dresti Suiting and
Coat 'Fabrics, ran tind it in this display. Many new and original develop
ments wUl be shown today for the first time. We are showing a 36-inch
Wool Serge for 75c per yard in all tbe new colors for fall, black, cream,
olden brown, blue, navy, cardinal, grey and tan.
Storm Serge, 42-in.
All Wool, the yard
At4m. all wool Serge, a beautiful
material for Tailored SuRs or sep
arate skirts. Just tbe correct
weight to give the fullest service
nd most thorough satisfaction.
'Priced at $1.00 per yard.
All Wool, the yard
A fabric that you will enjoy
wearing and one that will give you
service. GO Inches wUley extra
heavy and soft finished, sponged
Md shrunk, in Mack, cream, field
mouse, grey, navy blue, African
brown and tan.
Plaid Suitings, 36-in. r7Er,
All Wool, the yard . I OL
S6-ln. all wool Plaid Suiting, ex
tru quality, highly colored Scotch
Plaid, in a large range or best
plaid shadlngK, good for Misses' and
L'Wdren' School Dresses.
Storm Serge, 56- (f 7
in. All Wool, yd pl.OU
Firm, closely woven fabric for
the Tailored Butt or frock, In a
wide range of the season's choicest
eoWrlngs from which to. choose
from, M Inches wide and priced at
$1-50 per yard.
Ail Wool, yard
62-in. all wool Epingle, extra
quality, sponged and sbrunked. A
new fabric for fall street weal, all
the newest shades for fall. Priced
at $1.76 per yard.
Scotch Table Da- tfo pr
mask, yd, 75c to P6DU
72-in. Extra heavy satin finish
Scotch Table Damask with the new
patterns in roses, fern, carnation,
lily of the valley, striped and key
border, pansy and many other new
attractive patterns. Priced at 75c
to $2.50 per yard.
Napkin to mutch at $2.50 to
$7.50 per doz.
ciass ior me uuruer.am. " i civil government Maldonado was
Douglas. The Moose will leave on the brought "to Agua Prieta where he it-
late afternoon train ana win reiuru now ln jal) .
late afternoon tratn ana win reiuru
to Blsbee. as a special, late the aame
. Immediately after the Initiatory
ceremonies tbe meeting will be an
open one. Tbe military lodges of the
Loyal Order of Moose will be in at
tendance and one of the' best and larg
est meetings ln the history of the
state Is expected.
On Friday night the Moose will put
through one of the 'largest classes in
Its history. The order has been
keeping pace with the District and Is
adding to Its rapidly growing mem
bership with the best material to be
Another start made by the local
lodge, ia the organisation of a Moose
heart Legion, One of such legions
can be organised in each county. The
present? one which will be started dur
ing the last few days of September,
is the first onesto be orgaulsed in the
state of Arisona.
iteverena simonson or Douglas per
forming tbe ceremony. Only a fe
intimate friends and relatives were
Dresont. The bride in tho nlriext Auurh
it wui oe necessary tor tne officers ter of j H Mcpherson and wife and
to go through regular extradition waa BOrn in Tombstone and has many
channels to secure Maldonado. Ac-frtenaj throughout Cochise County,
cordlngly, yesterday. Sheriff Wheeler 8ne , WM a tacher the public
awore out a charge of murder against schools of Tombstone and the past
the man and A. W. Howe wilt bo com-;year or so has been employed in thj
mtasioneo ana sent to rnoenix ana County Assessor's office. The proon;
laterinto Mexico, with the proper crs ls a present Chief Deputy in the
dentiala, to secure tbe release of the I county Treasurer's office and last fall
prihoner from General Calles nnd waa a candidate for the nominatio.i
bring him back to Cochise county iO j0r the office ot County Recorder. The
stand trial. " j couple left by auto shortly alter ,h.
One of the missing links m the eeeruiony for a trip to the Grand dm
atory is the fact that Maldonado; yon expecting to be gone for a coupL
claims to have shot Brooks in fhe!0f weeks. They carry with them vhf
face. The undertaker and those who .Det wishes of hosts of friends
examined the body of the dead offic-1 throughout tbe county. The couple
er state he Was not shot at all. lnlwill make tbeir home In Tombstone
all probability it win be necessary ;o on tbeir return,
dls-inter the body for proof of this1 Mare Liquor Stored.
Point. I Deputy Sheriff Bowden came in late
The capture of the two men and the, Saturday afternoon with the county
absolute unbroken chain of evidence car loaded down wita caaeB of whiskey
against (them is a triumph for good that is to be stored in the Wheeler
F. O. B. Lowell
Our supply of two carloads already sold, another shipment due to
arrive about Sept. 1st. Two of those being sold. -
Place your order now for one of thenc high-class Overlands only
We wish also to call the" attention of the public to our shop and
vulcanizing departments, which are the most efficient.
Punctures 10c; Blowouts 15c and up.
Brophy Oarage and S
We're Right in
When it comes to supplying the
best paints, stains, varnishes,
dtc, whether you want a small
can or a large quantity we stand
ready to supply It of a quality
that cannot be questioned and
at a price which cannot be criticized.
Bisbee Lumber Company, inc.
EMIL MARKS, Mgr. PHONE 25.
government In Cochise county. That inhiu umHin. fh. At
Mooseaeart Legion Is In the form 'each and every one of the officer of h. i- ik. ,. i ,,ii,
of a degree and U the highest Lj l the. olty of Blsbee, the Dietrict and lrqtlor is to be used as evidence. The
iii we urur. ii nas as us ' eountv deaervit nnhnnnitoH nnutit U ........ .....
i - - - uuusiBUtuB.il was iut IWWVIf lanciJ
tne judgment of those who strive to from the parties arrested near Rodeo
object tbe formation of an endow
ment fund for the aid of Mooseheart
see the law upheld.
FOOT ON H ROAD
on this side of the New Mexico line
and consted of fifteen cases. Among
the lot were canes of Old Jordon,
Bond and Llllard and King of Ken
tucky. Many a wistful eye was cast
at the cases as they were unloaded
and taken back into the jail. Many
were tempted to break into jail the
! never had the thought before.
! Old's Murder Case Continued.
An order was made In tbe Superior
M PERCENT CASE IS UP
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. Attorney
General Jones of Arlaona opened the
I light in the Supreme court over the ,
'constitutionality of the Arisona alien j
I labor law by filing a brief ln sunuort I
of the statute. Tbe case will be heard J (Continued from Pago 1)
I next month. The lower court held It were held and corrupt government i(
l unconstitutional. I flcials were denounced at meetlnau Court lste Saturday afternoon on ihe
Attorney General Jones declared which were broken up by the police, showing made by Attbrney Cleary for
tne people of Arisona, in enacting tbe It is reported that American business- the defendant continuing the caae o.
law by the Initiative method, were as men say they could not do business the State vs. Annie Olds, charged with
muoh within their rights to protect 1 of tbe officials without an advance ol j the murder of William Olds, until ..he
their safety and welfare aa the legis- ten per cent in contract prices. The next term of the court or until tbe
lature of Pennsylvania waa ln passing popular feeling is inflamed at the re-'next Jury was empannelled which will
, mi saie ot nrearms to port. Hnrapnei offered six months ago be tbe middle or latter pait of No
mien reeiueuis, a low since held con-, was refused and later purchased a
stltulional. He urged the law would twice the first price.
not necessarily work an inequality
b4Maiia.A tt fkA mI.h... . i. !
hi. , . auiaii uum , DE8 FROM WOUNDS.
uvi u miim inline atate.
COAL MUST BE GETTING LOW
About this time Isn't it? Hettcr
have hs put you ln your Mippb
right now. Then you'll have that
off your mind any way. Coal doesn't
spoil and you have got to Ket it
sooner or later. So why not order
now and thus be prepared for any
emergency. Oak chunks. Jump")
and Oak wood, any lengths, chick
en feed a specialty.
Blsbee Telephone 236
Lowell Telephone 120
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Offlr-o Main St Onp. Palace Stables
CAUSE NOT DETERMINED.
vember. The defendant, according to
tbe affidavits filed, is HI and not able
to be present at the present term of
court. She Is at present living in
Oklahomo City, Oklanomu
No Outside Work.
Complaint was made lo the Board
HONOLULI', Sept. 13. -Rear
mlral Bousch. comma idant of
ngvall 'station, announced that
though all of the data waa senured re
garding tbe sinking of the submarine
F-4, he was unable to tell tbe cause
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13. Hugh
MacBeth, proprietor of the rooming'
house where Geo. Nelson fought hit of Supervisors that a number ol rouii
all night battle with the police, Satur l employees were ;ici eptins work
tue day, is dead a the result of wounds. ;"w outside partlen v hen they mpk
al. ' , , ' ' not engaged in their woik lor ttht
MOB SEEKS PRISONER. county aim tlieiet prewnmiK iutr
NOWATA, Okla., Sept. 13 -A mor from securing the woik and as a re
of several a rated men stormed tb suit the Board has not I tied ucb em-
Bane & Tarrant
fcstunatet, and Sketches furnished free of charge to
ProgrJactive Builders. " PnorieSS
. 1 r t 'I Lit t
I n-wiiMimi i, iim-mm i,, iinnmi n 1
Of the disaster of Mareb 25, coating county jail tonight in search -of B. L ployees that they mum desist In taking
tbe lives of Lieut. Kde and his erew parkins accused ol assault on t'sueh work wheie he would prevent
Of twenty-one. The board of inquiry twelve-year-old girl. It is believed .hf anone else from pecutinc ;-u h woik.
began the final survey of the shell officials will be forced to huirendei The nolice applied to several m Toijib
of the submarine ln drydock. jtbtii piisoner. i cr.t- i we1!, a m oiht-i pu e
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special i4)Q Table d'Hote Dinner Prem
m Sj.30 P. to 8 E. M.
Reaular 50c" ttilishedh bally HENRV PpPPEN, Manaoi