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As the quake was evidently local It Is be!Ie ed that it was. caused by & readjust ment of the Immense subterranean , rock strata. So far as known there was no damage. Opposing a Strike Against Illinois Central. ., CHICAGO, Sept. &. Decisive action towards declaring a ttrike on tho Il linois Central was deferred until Tues day, awaiting another meeting of tho union leaders Members of the ma cblnists are said to bo opposed to a strike at this lime and declared that thpy would advise the1 machinists to refrain from participation in the pres ent movement. MORE EXPENSIVE Why -J.ormer Gov, Gooding Thinks,! hat Freight Rates Should Be Lowered CHlCACOSept . F. S Gooding, former fcrnqr of Idaho and a ot- oran wxmu grower, representing the Korthwesieyi Vk'ool Grooves' -associa tion, testlefld before Interstate Com merce Commissioner Prout that the railroad' rate on wool was unjustly high. New- methods of raising sheop have coate Into use m the last few W'eara andtheoxpenso- is greater ho said, tho range being wen occupied, herds T& "large as formerly cahnotrbo handloff j, " Aslcml if thero wer tnani shool- J mijn iwfco dauld not ship In uil car iois, ne repneu 10 me Begum c, iio said that new shippers had reccH'txt rebates, .from railroads but he person- Laiiy haS nover rtfeehed one. un croee oAarainauon oy cuumei -the Harrima'i lines, he said- "I con sider jour freight rates entirely too high. I think railroads ar entitled to fair earnings but It seems to me thaf the wool growers are paying mora than their share of the earnings." TARIFF FIGHI HELPED TAFT (Continued from page one.) See Mutt and Jeil toda) and to night at tho Star Theater. The Height of Happiness at His Age. In what pleasure e find our great est enjojmen depends much on our age: at one tlmo of life wo may like ono thing best, al another time anoth er. Hero was a small-boy rolling along tho sidewalk In one or those hand operated wagoas which he wes pro pelling with one hand, while in the other bo hold an ico cream cone which he was eating as he rolled. His was i probably the highest attainable happ cess at his age. A Great Romancer. ' "What is DobbWga's general repu tation for veracity, BlldadT asked Hlqkenloopcc. "Well It's this way." said Blldadf "it Doddlelgh could write the way ho talks he'd have Sir'WIter Scctt and Alexander Dumas lashed to the mast- Harper's Weekly. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY x - EUROPEAN CAPITAL Furnished for attractive enter prises in all substantial lines of bustnejss. i Railroads, Tractions, Water ' & Blectric rowers. Irrigation Timber Mining, Agriculture & IiwJp1al Bond. Debenture and SoH Is sues Underwritten, Purcbe.s9d or" Sold Properties purchased for Euro pean oxptoitatioB arM investment Financial Undertakings of all sorts handled. Miscellaneous commissions aea orders of all characters accepted for execution in any European country. Correspondence enclosing full de tails at first writing Ipvlted. THE INTERNATIONAL BANK. ERS ALLIANCE. 48, Mark Lane, London, England. 7 Persona! Mention Sheriff Jack White of Tombstone spent yesterday in the city. A Daniels, or the Q.f& A. company oft yeetwday jtor Los Angeles. Roger T eon is at Los Angeles, where he wiu spoud a' month. Miss Miriam Tolos will leave the first of thfet.vreek for YnsMantl, Mielu to cntpr college. ITIr. t.-i44A- Raran IaI VflttiordnV JUEB AVW Any" -j, -w-- . morning for Tempe. Ariz, where she will aucnl tne normal scnooi. Dr. C. F. "Hawley, who has been .spending the past month In Milwau kee, mil return to utsoee tomorrow. Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent Barnes of tho Southern Ea fic returned yesterday to his head quarters' at Tucson. J. a Grcenway. general manager of Jbe-Calumat and jA-tiama Mining com mnr sroiHrnml Fridav from a six weefe; jrip;tp' Europe. Loute .TJreisiB, of the Minors' store and MrVBriwn. who were married la Iootevitle, Ky.. a month ago, returned to Btohee jeawriay. viuu u-nmc. Kchlatterer. Amile gate, Williner, Craln, Cook, Malam add Barber, tefcefcers In the snoots w the district, h&v returned from their sumner vaeftons. duties Is necessary, but he also knows that. In order to pretent strikes, pan Ics and other results of hard times, the matter must be handled'ln such a way as to Avoid a general business doDresslon that would be more costly to the American people than the exac tion of a small per capita in the form of import tariffs For that reason he is investigating the subject with care. President Taft takes plenty of time to make up bis mind. Ho prepares his policies as thief executUe in the same manner he pro- pared his briefs whon a lawyer and so lioitor general of tho United States, his aintons when a judge, his recom mendation when governor of the Phil ippines, his recommendations to the president when secretary oi war anu his mebsages to congress as president He Is awaiting the report of tho tar Iff board, a commission of three moo, and a number ef expert assistants, who are making a study of the tariff subject. Upon their recommendations ho will base his tar If recommendation to congress. What Board Will Do. It Is generally supposed that th tariff board will ask for sweeping re-1 ductioos in the cotton, woolen and 'necessity' schedules, as well as a njrabor of other duties Thus there Is , presented a peculiar situation, a re-1 publican president, a high protection ist, will force on the democrats of the house of representatives and tho lnsur l gents of the senate, a tariff program whloh they will hao to agree to. Such a result probably will redound favorably to the iolltical features ot President Taft in the 1912 campaign. Brief Local Items Rates Soon Off. The cheap summer rates on tho El Paso & Southwestern railroad will go off sale on September SO. Hound trip tickets have been purchased to eastern points will be good for re turn until October SI and to points in the west until November 30. " , Copper Queen Band Concert. On account ct the rain the Copper Queen band rendered its concert last night from the upper porch of tho Copper Queen hotel. Instead of in front ot the postoCco as had been ad- ertised. JSmVmi tW JmwkwkWi . -t HL y y , Announcement We announce the opening of our store with a complete stock of everything in the millinery line Workmanship and style guaranteed. Open evenings. The Bon Ton Millinery Company Mr.G.CWiWraaii,Pro)r), Higgins Stop Op. WHd nun's Lumber Yard. Tombstone Canjon I bare an exceptionally yinellnc of Genuine Falkland , Seal Skin Leather goods Tof "airdescrlptlons. ' leather and sllkUned ladles band bags v with either silver or gold filled mountings, ranging "In prices from ?6 00 to $27.00. Both ladies and gents cardcases from $1 50 to f 5.00 Silk and leather lined bill books any sho or stylo. desired, from 14.00 to J3.00. " i t j. ' i . All of these goods aro made from the very best grade of Seal SWn obtainable. f-st.. L. L. GIL MAN MKo THE PROGRESSIVE JEWELER AD OPTICIAN .: yl.T 9 .- -5-S A &''& Hector Squar San Diego This tract Is a mile closer .In to tho center of San i Diego than other successful tiTacs; la lower in price and will havo better improvements, than suriounding property and Is backed by peoplo who know the subdivision busi ness and will create values. , These are a fgw.of'tho reasons why we will guaran tee a -profit -or "money baqk-." "'ThOj-oponing prices may be withdrawn at .any, moment Opportunity, will not knock at jour door foroter. r wkikW M530 . COR. 7i San Diego, California nm'i islu uulnv Vutt and Jeff at the Star Theater toiiay aad tonight. -clden !ni.lt;tlor.a. The ir.vltalloe o Sat r-:s to th golden wedding oi a Moscow mining Kagwie wete engraved on beaten gold tJii east $0,000. s A. Lr w. I' s v 3Muiv.. On rlip'followinGT ar- &P " tides, beginning Mon Qt&&&&38&k Av pxY. ,1 1th. and , day Sept. 11th, and ?Sytte8!fc?, isSiis&S9m WtMKJE"J M RSseKaaSsra, ei .r -M. . H V .Nx .s Lowell Democratic Club. A regular meeting of tho Lowell Democratic ctab will be held Monday e onlng, Prominent members of the party from Illsbee. Douglas and Tomb- l ..111 ,ili,n.a tha rrCtBlW n?1ll the Calumet and Arizona band will furnish music. EDvvorth Leaque Meeting. The Epworth league of the Meth-1 odist church will meet this cenins at 6:46 o'clock at the church for a discussion of tho topic. "Christian Stewardship." Special music has been arranged for. Pwfoesor L. X. Good ing will lead in the discussion. Cummins Guilty. VHHara Cunynings, who was arrest ed by city officers on the charge of vagrancy, changed his plea of not guilty to one of guilt yesterday af ternoon in Judge High's court. I'e vas fined $60 and given until 10 o'clock this morning to pay the fine 1 ' 17!J- 7 F.1 O vv no s a our jpuicner: DON, T BURN THE BREAD! The surest way not to burn the bread, or let the cakes "fall1 Is to let us do your baking We are experienc ed in this !in6 and have the facilities for doing good bak ing Our Breacj, Cakes' and pies are the best to be had. Telephone 'and our deliveryrrjan will call. - VIENNA BAKERY J. R. PILLOW, - - Proprietor Health and Longevity depends as much upon your Butcher as it does your Doctor Eat good meats and be happy. , Bisbee Market Phone 14 "If it ebmes from Tovrea' its good" Lowell Market Phone 51 E. A. Tovrea & Co. Inc- Wholesale and Retail Butchers Never Scorches contin uing until October 1. Positively n o goods sold at a reduction after October 1st. In order to introduce or lines of toUet jrM Ka r KortJ J. B': brushes, c Al! standard brands awi rcw s. ... - lowing reductiora IXiring this sale o niy Mete Pclwfe, $100 90c Dande, W-00 .--; Bn47c . ...r '"YT5 Cap, 50c -h-fto New,2Sc i.-2e Barwttes,, Ee . -, '"'12c Cold Cream, 2Se - . 2c Rats, 75c -So mroaji Itats, 5e. ., -tc Amber Barrettea, $1.25 . , $1 00 Tooth Powdec, 25c 2c llelba Cleanser 2 per coat off. Meiba Cream. 2 por omt off. Scott's Frclei.Creara 2 per ceht off. Scott's CkBsor, 20 per cent off. Iteauty I'tes, iSc 2c Iteaiity VUm, 50c Mc Beauty Pta, 7S 00o Turbans, 3So . 25c '- ' .-, w 11 11,-i- ripnaMMilc an TTatx C2wu1a in fttOrk. All ordorBtroeeived-durins the tale Vi II '"also haw, 10 Itfe 'cent olf. Twin raU-fornew hair-dress 35c, now 2c'. r ' McDonald's Beauty Shop Expert Mechanician. Hobort Gedye, of Anaronda. Mon tana, baa arried in the city to tako a iKisitlon with the Bisbee Auto com pany as expert mechanician. He automobile factories, in w hich he ha3 ! had 12 yean, of experience Davis to Speak. & S. Davfs. secretary of the THs bee Y M C A. will fill the pulnit at 'the Methodist church next Sunday, i both at morning and eonlHg ser vices Rev E. G. Decker "vill be out of the city aUendlns the southern j Arizona conference of the chHrch at Mcfa. Fresh Oysters Served Daily We are receiving ftesh Eastern oysters dail'. Ser ved with (Lea & Perrins sauce) raw, brown fry, or stew. Any way you like them. Busy Bee Cafe Bisbee and Lowell xmv. ? jssarmKJ - a m, a iMauar n iiuiui Scorches T, The Yankee Protector Plate and Hood, that wonderful little cook ing device that Roasts, Toasts, Bakes and keeps things from burning or scorching. Don't put it off; order one from one of our agents; you just have one week more to do it in. Cuts the fuel bill in half Connolly Manufacturing Co, New York HUSBAND'S REVENGE. Missionary Bazaar. The Woman's Home missionary so ciety of the Methodist church -will . t il, .IhibaIi TUlllMOV ZmXM'Zm tooting of Prominent Kansas City of music -sun De ronuerea anu reiroou- i meats will bo served. The bazaar fontnrn 'will Jnrlndn articles made by ! ,1. , 3tA .t-lAt. .411 I.a rtfnnA tfT sale Capitalist Rafferty Improves. Goorgo Rafferty, of Tombstone, -who Is ill at the Copper Queen hospital, is siill holding hi own after success tally undenwinc two onerationo, one from removing an abcess on the liver and another performed Thursday, for removing the appendix, ne s sun -very ill but his physicians feel en eoaraged over his condition. Miner Injured. Louie Koslch. a miner al the Junc- , Hon shaft of tho C. & A., mining com I rmny. was taken to the company hos pital Friday night sunenng irom h cemposnd fracture of the left leg sus tained in an accident at the mine. -Toe Ayers was taken to the Copper Onsen hnonH.al from the Czar shaft nhore he sustained a fracture of the shoulder blade. KANSAS CITY, Sept 9. Henry C Gumbell, Jn, a. wealthy speculator in hay and son of a Ideal capitalist was shot and mortally wounded by Robert V Curtlss, a cigar dealer today. Curtiss last week sued his wife for divorce and named jGumbeil. The shooting Is bejietcd to have grown out of thls'sult. DEADLY INCUBATOR LAMP. A Woman Burned to Phainlx. Death Near Kline, Letson 5- Mariej Big. Phone-305 Country Club Dance. ' All of tho fbrtycouplos who attend ed the anniversary dance at the War ren District Country club Friday night report that the parW proved to be an exceptionally good time for alb This was the first dance of the season and It Is yepected that there will be more PHOENIX, Sept. 9 Mrs Allie; Jackson, wife of H. L Jackson, nine , miles west of here -was burned to, death tonight Her clothes caught1 from an incubator lamp. h. v. Aahiirat. democratic candidate for United States senator, addressed a mass meeting tonight in tne impr est of his candidacy. ' - ! ' PLOW HORSE IS CHEAPER. Zimmerman UsedjWifeifn.Agritultura - i OPerati5ns ! ' V 6 r- USBON. Ohio, Sept 9. Arraigned in nPahate court on the charge ' of hitching his wife to a plow, and beat ing her because she failed to pull it. Jacob Zimmerman. of -Wellsvllle. rnleaded cullly-and 'sought the mercy I such affairs at the club this year hanr0f the court. He. was given ninety 1 has been the CMtom In he past ( days In the worKhouse. 1 it. SCHOOL for learning tho Arts of dress cutting, tho most Important feature of dress making. A garment properly cut and basted Is more than half made. In malting year garments bj your own measurements. It will save you the great worry and work that It takes to do tho altering and re fitting. Tho Standard Square Inch System is the latest Improved tailor system In use and Its methods are endorsed by the leading tailors. First floor Mrs. Fannie Black's residence. Opposite Lo retto Academy. Leave car at Illggin's Hill stop. Dress Cutting Academy WINCHES TER AMMO mm We have just received a car load of this famous am munition and can furnish all numbers and sizes for shotguns, rifles and pistols. Winchester "Leader" Shells are loaded with dead shot powder, but no "kick." We have the Win chester "Repeater" shells also, which are prefered by many Remember we are exclusive agents in this town" for Winchester Ammunition. i Sell's Royal Blue Shoes i . , . A Lost Art Another art fias' been lost! There was a time whe'n the elegant woman" took a legitimate pride In her manner of ascending a stair. In this day of .elevators, if there, still exist women who have the manner, there are tew stairs worthy to servo as a stage on which they may exhibit It You no doubt read the large advertisement about the quality and make of these reliable shoes in this week's Saturday Even ing Post We have received a big shipment of these shoes and havo all the latest sty'ec and shapes. MIKE THE TAILOR Lojvell, Arizona & m 7t 't' r, ii ' l! . ff- Mi. f J -.