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BS8a?8W wrfyv-jrfjMMrf 5PP9 r PAGE TWO THEBJSBEE DAILY REVIEW, BlSBEg, ARIOMA,- SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9. 1911. gjj&ffiMSffftfis ""::aL - - kMflHKJlBR9tBaiHiiialkjeJKMMlkUk. . . ... I Biig - irin.aii .a -i- tfwi . --,.,. . .-- ,. .-n-ir iTrnri-niml I liTiiillrlWlT'ifff-'Tfll8flMllir ir rr nK jpgmm- rym , S r k t il h km v V P. , ' i. ft. ..Jf Is! 1 V. FLOURISHING STATE OF THE LOCAL BANKS Reports of Condition on Sept. 1 Si&m'tted to Territorial Auditor GREAT GAINSJN DEPOSITS Tho banks of Bisbee, v. hose reports have just been called for by the ter- j rltorfal bank examiner, makq a show-j ...,,,.. ... e.-"V"-- -- uuHitu aim uusul 10 ue bo iu iuu community. The reports of both the Bank of Bisbee and of the Miners and Mer chants Bank reflect a great growth of prosperity In this district within tic last jr ear. These reports go a long way toward K1WU& lUC 11U IU LUUli4aiUlB PU W4M. nearu. inai Business is rouen. The report of the Bank of Blsbeo of Its condition on September 1 shows that its total resources were $1.24, CW.50, against $1,16.968.95 on the cor ' responding date of last year a gain of J73.C92.35. But what is more to the point, so far as tho report reflects conditions in the district, is the showing made as to the deposits. This year on Septem ber 1. they were $1,035,951.72, On the corresponding date of 1910 they were $997.445.54 a gain of $1.0,U16.7"J. Tne ' The report of the .Miners and Mer-i chants Bank shows that the gains J were not accidentally conuneu to me Bank of Btebee. On September 1. the total resources were $1,168,361.33: on Sejttemfeer 1 of last year they were JW7.44S.S1 a gain of $1-70,915 79. The deposits of this bank on September 1 were 51,880,324 $9 as against JSG4.027. 62 oe the corresponding date of last jeer, a rtoiarkable S&ln of $17,6,297. 67, more than twenty per cent. The report of the C.uzens Bank is not at hand, but it does not differ greatly from that of a 3 ear ago. Tho management statos, however, that -. tkere Is a marked lprovement in the tone of business, and that the outlook for the year Is far better than it wsbj , a year ago. OVER THE ALPS AT NINETY-TWO A travel-stained old ruido. named Herbst, aged ninety-two years, re- cost every page of which recounts turned to his home recently at Zurich1 a knockout for Dan Cupid, the one after an Alpine expedition which a. eyed Wd- joung Alpinist would be proud of ac- In return match at Tombstone cempllshing. On receiving a letter "Wednesday, however, Cupo did re that hi mother, aged 114. a dying turn aflerlie had jumped out of the In a village In Tyrol, near Innsbruck, j window, something having come In at and .would like to see him. HertsL , the door, raakinp: it a crowd instead who had no tho money for the rail-! ot company The match mas be wav fare, determined to set out on treen Vincent Davis and Martha feot across the mountains. ! Jones, bolh of Bisbee, "who were unlt- i 1h Jiis youth the veteran Swlse was , ed in marriage by Judge Daniel Mc a guide and knew the route, for helFarland.. Tho couple had been, mar had covorod it several times on visits fried previously and had obtained a to hw fajally. but" on thfs occasion dIorce, Dan making an undignified he was delated by the deep sjhjw on exit through the window, ilguratlvely the ittoualalas. and, of course, he speaking. could not travel so fact us in" bis Tho couple have returned to Blsbeo ouner- days, though he is still and will mako their home here. The healthy and upright in his bearing. - wedding was a burprise to their Herbst arrived t-K late to see his friends here, mother, but was in time fur ier fu-j neral, wnicn no anenoea, una on ini foliowing dny started on his return journey to Zurich, where he nrrhed safely, after walking over 200 miles across vallejs, forests and mountains T'le old guide says that this will be his last journey in the Alps. CANDIDATES INVITED BY LOWELL 0E1CRATS i -. A democratic meeting will bo hew "?" i -u..-w, " -- at LofteH on jlonda night under the the people complete. Is the opinion auspices of tho Lowell Democratic 0f B. J. Viljoen, late general In the club, an organization recently formed hrmr ot lno TransVaaL who has ro at that place and composed of the Tejuacan. where he and leading democrats of the town under ll""cu "" '-'" tie leldershlof Mike Ilannon. Mrs, ViUoen have been visiting Mr Tke cleb has extended an Invlta- and Mrs. Francisco I. Madero Jr. for Uea to all known oandldates for demo- the last month. General Viljoen oratle nominations and fearing thatjwas jaijitary advisor to the Mexican see candidate too timid to make .his- ,on , dur, thc at. desires known might be overlooked. , ..., v.. ini,o the club has issued an Invitation to tack on Ciudad Juarer, but nceha all democrats to be present and meet had no official connection with the the voters of the banner democratic government. precinct in the county The secretary of tne duo, Alexan der Murry, stated that there -will be several speeoehs made by entertain ing talkers. FORMER BISBEEITE MBRRIPn IH TllP.nfJ InnniHLU Hi lUUUUH Jnaenh S Parmerlee, formerly eloe- tridan for the Copper Queen in BU- bee, was married ta Mrs. Laura Os- teraan, ateo of this county at Tucson S-rffTS, Y. TiarMav on East Eighth street After leaving UisDec ir. i-anner- Maderos mistaico in noi continuing lee bought a ranch in the Huachucaa mjntary movements after the fall of near Parmerlee post office. There accomplishing a corn- Was a trace of romance in the wed- ' ... ding. The weddisg appointment was P"te revolution, made by mall and the couple wentp "I myself also advised him to Tucson on different trains. The ar- gjga the peace pact," says the gen rangements had been is-eviously made opiL But that was Tms jn the hawevfrr. and went tarougn wiuum JI. . -.. 1 Ifr. Vimarlflii Tllll :f4de on the ranch near farmeries, iplotc revolution would have been also oa"d Cardas. in this county. better, cheaper and easier in tho end. But Madero's political rovolu RARER STILL. .,,,. Uon will succeed in splto ot any tlAI--- H. can not be downed. n lady asked the groat American t his rtad may be hard." writer fa Write In her autograph at- That there has only been a com liuin, and the poot. complying, wrote t pl8t8 rcvoition In three states will itS.l,nLT,,;?ll3.S?hravVhoe!nake no difference with Madero's TO&ffSiS fllattS cfiances. says th. South African gen. the BH of the album unOl he came; oral, nor that no electoral reforms to Ills-own autograph. IWneath It wtiijjve oeen made, to precede tho na. .".-U . -iUlAt.L -rawt- "A Cht- ..v . ...... rumen 'with whiskers . - r..,uu rfciYArs! Han Franois - Bisbee Market Phone 14 Special Today Saturday, Sept 9, at our Bisbee Market Spring Chickens Aljve, - 25c Dressed 30c Per Most effi cient deliv ery service 6 wagons l!i ONE INSTANCE CUPID GAME BACK Re-marriage at Tombstone of Mr. and Mrs. Vin cert Davis Thcre'a an old sayjng that "when conentlon comes In through th edoor love jumps dut at tho window.". From this arises, the interesting question can Cupid "come back?" It is a sad fact thit hoscldom dors, as will be evidenced' upon a perusal of the dl- vorce records of Cochise county, al- .A S General Viljoen Unable to See i How He Can Be Defeated EL iASO, Sept 7 That Madero can not help but be elected presl ,- - ., I- .! I.... nnn AW wt.ll -The Reyista faction may cause some disturbances, but Madero s power with the people is complete. As far as I could see, they have ab solute confidence In him. Reyes 'pictures were torn down In Mexico (City and Torreon, and even In Te juacan, long before the riots of last ,. ... kn na.Uql Thfif fllinAnil iiees ran away from Mex!co when b0 had tho opportunity to do what Madero did, and that lie was retnrn- ing to Mexico from his exile In France to Xako charge of the army a8ainS, the revolutionists makes his canaidagy as a reform leader more or less of a joke. However. General Viljoen admits ..? . . . llgUt vi iht of present events. Yes, a com i . IMany, many changes have been E.A.TOVREA&Co Wholesale and Retail Butchers pound "If It Comes From Tovrea's It's Good" TOMBSTONE PAG T TO E SPOILS How the Thing Was Arranged at a -Secret Confer ence The first county republican gun in the new state campaign was fired Tuesday evening in this city, says the Tombstone Prospector, when a gather ing of select republicans assembled at the" office of Court Clerk A. H. Gard ner, who likewise Is chairman of the republican central committee. -The gathering were arrayed In a majes tic circle resembling a hole In a dough nut, and strict socrecy was observed. It was quietly whispered that al though Cameron's attitude nnd ac tions upon the constitution upon Its arrival in Washington in listening to the powers that be, instead of stand lnz for the people In its 80 per cent. instructed vote, could bo overcome by) a loud noise on statehood talk and fur ther confusion by putting Cameron forward for senator. In the matter of a "slate" .for coun ty offices, all -hands organized Into a "distributing committee" without de lay, tho threo year clause ot tenure of office being endorsed The right to "double-cross" or "sidetrack" was not ( discussed, although a recognized prlvi-j lego of G. O P. patriots. In passing out the emoluments several were dhvi unnnlnted- as thev had cherished other. 1 Ideas, one submitted without protest, j another could see a merry twinxie that brooded mischief, while one felt his job slipping and is left hopelessly out in the cold. The party adjourned j in tho best of spirits, for there are 6ome real good fellows among the republicans, and in the list .of tho ioi Icwlng slate announced: Superior Judge J. S. Williams. Tombstone Sheriff W. A. White. Bisbee. TVa Attnrnnv I. II Ttnvn. WlllCflX. School Sunt. i- UN Stover, NaccJ Road Supt R. M. Johnson, Garcia. Court Clerk Frank A. Meyers, Douglas. Treasurer C W. Hicks, Tomb stone. Superv Isors G. J. McCabc, Huachu ca, Jake Scheerer, Douglas, and Thos. Allaire, Willcox. Recorder VThomas McGrath, Bis bee. Assessor-Thomas Tate, Cow ell. State senators Albert Stacy, Doug lss. A. Y Smith, Iearce. Representatives were left as unfin ished business, although quite a num ber were mentioned. ELECTROCUTION BARBAROUS. (Tampa, Fla , Times.) Electrocution Is perhaps the most barbarous mode ot executing tna death penalty known to modern crim inal law. It cause.- moro acuto and protracted suffering by the unfortu nate victim than does any other meth od. Here is a specimen Instance: A negro who was condemned for wife murder and was taken to the electric chair. Two thousand volts wero pass ed through his body. He struggled agonizingly and desperately, and fin ally, after twenty-jght minutes of torture, broke the strata and freod himself. After a frenzied fight with the- guards ha was strapped again in lne acath chair and 2.300 volts more passed through him before nature sun combed. Is that in accord with mod ern civilization or does it savor of the dark ages and the inquisition? The Deadly Theiter (New York Tribune) Thc theater at Canor.sburg, Pa., in which twenty-six persons were killed thn other" evening, is said to have been planned and constructed In strict com-' pllancc with the law. The question now is whethar tho law as drafted in , strict compliance with common sense and the public welfare. made in the officials of all thef states." ho declared, "and while the voting may be effected by the old system, the voice ot tho people can not bo drowned General and Mr Viljoen departed last night for their country home r.t La Mesa, N. M. A set of Gorhara's perman ently Electro-Plated knives and forks makes a very acceptable wedding present and costs only half as much as Sterling, how ever, It Is guaranteed to wear at least a life time. A good stock, of both Sterling and Electro-Plated ware has just arrlved'and has been mark ed at very -reasonable prices. L. L. 6ILMAN THE PROGRESSIVE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN H e c tor - San This .tract is a mile closer in to, th-;ccnter, of ,San Diego than other successful tracts; Is lower In price and will havo better improvements than surrounding proporty and Is backed by people who know the subdivision busi ness and will create values. These are-a few of tko reasons why vie will guaran tee a profit or "money back." The opening prices may be withdrawn at any moment Opportunity will, not knock at jour door forever. GEO. E. BUXTON, Real Estate - - 1550 D Street. Corner 7th. i San Diego, California o REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Bank of Bisbee At Bisbee, In the Territory of Arizona, at the close of business SepL 1. l'Jll. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, less due from Directors 470.480.30 Due from Directors None l Overdrafts r 54 61 i "United States Bonds , 51,335.00 Territorial. County and Municipal Boud's , 48.662.36 Other Bonds, Stocks, Securities, etc, .- 218.665.SC Hanking House .T. 40.00000 Ileal Estate ..... ...-. 7.003.00 , Current Expenses and Taxes paid 73,00 Specie G3,7u4.99 ' Legal Tender and National Bank Note 32.470.00 Exchanges for Clearing 190.33 Other cash items ,..'... None Due from State and National Banks, Approved Reserve Agents , ,211,016.12 Due from State and National Banks, not Itesprve Anents ........ ....., ., ..97,447.06 .- 406,087.01 AssetsSiot included under above heads, viz:. Mexican Money gold value ... 1,301.18 Total ........ .' LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in w., surplus ...........;.. I'naiviaea i-rouis ,.... Individual Deposits subject to check Demand Certificates of Denoslt Letters of Credit Certified Check3 Cashiers checks outstanding Due State and National Banks Total ..: ' 1,214,654.39 Territory f Arizona, County or Ccohisc. si, , , I, M. J. Cunrdngham, Cashier of tho abovs finMcd bank do -solemnly mi car that the aboo statement is Uho to thc best of my knowledge nndjbe Subscribed and sworn to bofore CSeal.) , " My fommUslon expires March COIUtKCT ATTEST: . ! Lowell Market Phone 15 Srecial Every Day Kansas Pork, Mutton and Lamb Choicest Beef and Veal Imported and Domestic Sausage Creamery Butter Ranch Eggs ,v "Once our Customer Always our Customer " If you are troubled with head aches or with that dull heavy feeling about the eyes or dis tant objects becoming blurred or hazy or when reading if tho eyes feel tired or the Ikies seem to run together It is time to consult Dr. Watklns my Optom etrist, who is thoroughly cap ablo or properly testing and fit ting tho most difficult cases of defective vision. MAIN ST. OPP. P. O Square Diesro ,.-.'. ".,-. 1,244,C54.30 . Aa' ,.... 50,000.00 ;p,ooo.oo . .10S.7O2.5S ... .. .. 1050.44 3.660.30 2.8tfj00 25X0 5,00456 .'.,. ,.,.. .. 8.805.73 1,086,951.72 M. J. CUNNINGHAM I f Cashier. meTthls Stluday oNSesL. 1?H. , T. A, HU.GHE5. Rotary Public-, 5.1015. . W. H. BROPHY,, M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Directors. Patronize Home" Phone 243 Industry Not a cheap Beer but a Good Beer Cheap. Why do you want to pay the freight? We givo you the jlght goods and the right price. Our bottled Beers are always bottled at the Brewery. Our price to, Families Is $3 GO for 2 dor Qts.. delivered at your home. For salo by AH Groceries or call Phone243 BOSTON & BROWN !Phone243 NOTICE: Our sanitary way of bottling, no tinfoil covered with unhealthy paste on our Tannhauscr Beer. 5ome good advice. To keep the husband home on Sunday always haye a few cold bottles of Maier's Select Beer in the ice box At Your Grocers for $3.50 per case of two dozen quarts or Phone 395 THE W. E. HARRISON CO. Guranteed by the W. E. Harrison Co., under the pure food and drug act June 30, 1906. Serial No. 39311 Smoke a lack Comne And Forget Your Troubles A HOME MADE CIGAR When the man hands y o u a CAPITANA The Home of Arizonans Hotel Orndorfl EL PASO, THE ANTLERS CAFE MAIN STREET Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc. WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 0FIEC30H AND TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8HINGLE3, MOULDINGS, BUILBSIW HARDWARE, DOORS AND 8A8HE8 OF ALL KINDS, MININO TIMBERS AND WEDQE8, CARLOAD LOT8 A SPECIALTY. TELEPHONE L12S EMIL MARKS, Managsr. Famous Indian Hot Springs aernu mua aim minerals uatn If you are sick, get well, If well, get pleasure , THE BEST HUNTING AND FISHING AT ALL TIMES. ALEXANDER BROS. Proprietors. Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co. REDUCTION WORKS We Are Now in the Market for the Purchase of Copper Ore and Copper Matte Correspondence Solicited ' Address COPPER. QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO. , . Genera! Office, , .--DOUGLAS '' (Jl: "'' V'arizqnA Ir ' -t ' Drink Copper City Beer you are getting the best cigar your nickel will buy TEXAS. OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 22? WM. ROBINSON A noted resort for health .and pleasure. Ilato ?2.00 to J3.00 per day. Twenty minutes rido from Hot Springs Station, Gra nam county, Arizona. Theso wonderful waters are recom mended to cure rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood dis eases and women's ailments. Beautiful lawns and shado trees. 'Largo plunge and swim ming pool. kIeo fish, lake and boating, lawn tennis and cro quet and swings. Try our won- L : v Xi i 4 IS i' 6 ft 5 i Q co Call. ",! fcv'H BiMf,m,fc,-,1w, , , , j., . J : 'W"WHAtk!)MMKii'.