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1 f - PAGE EIGHT . THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19.J911. Jj
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OYAL
BAKING POWDER
Absolutely Pure
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar
HO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
iHARRIHAN STRIKE
MITE US EVER
CHICAGO, Sept. 18. President W.
JMIne, president of tho International
urotnerbood of Blacksmiths' Holp-
,ei b, returned today from San. Francis
o, where ho wont to attend nego
tiations between tho union officials
of tho crafts employed In the shops
,of tho Harriraan system, which was
abruptly terminated by KrutUchnltt's
Refusal to recognize the shop employes'
federation.
Kline stopped at several cities alona
the route in order to yearn the senti
ment of tno workers.
He saKI he "found that sentiment
jstrongly fajored a strike unless the
Ularrimnn lines recognized the federa
itlon. I expect that some definite ao
"Uon will be taken within a few days,
Jjut I can't say what It will be."
RAIDING MEXICANS.
Plundering American Ranches
v Lower Rio Grande.
' MISSION', Texas. Sept. 18 Bands
.of armed Mexicans attacked American
ranches in the lower RI.- Grande val
Hey tonight, stealing all tea horses
"in sight. A band of twenty visited
.the Tabasco ranch, near San Fordlce
last night and took twenty-five horses.
Raids were also reported in the Hi
dalgo district. The raiders are be
lieved to be followers of Magon, the
.Lower California revolutionist.
I Vp
TO
Edward H. Madison One of
Leaders of Successful Re
volt Against Cannon
DODGE CITY. Kan ., Sept. IS
Stricken with heart failure while at
the breakfast table table iitk his
wife, Representative Edward II. Mad
ison, of the seventh Kansas district
and one of the leaders of of the stir
ring revolt against Speaker Cannon
and the rules of the house represen
tatives, died without uttering a word
In tho arms of his wife.
He had been In !!! health the past
yrbr. Tno daughters are now in
Washington. Mr. Madison was a
member of the bowse committee labor
and also a member of the committee
that in estimated Dalllngcr's adminis
tration. With Murdock of Kansas, and Mor
ris of .Nebraska, he was one of the
striking figures in the recent insur
gent retolt In the house which ended
in a lictory for the Insurgents, and a
revision of the bouse rules and the
overthrow of the power of Speaker
Cannon. Mr. Madison was at home
arranging to accompany President
Taft when tho president begins his
tour of Kansas next week.
FOB THE B
LAUBIER'S S1E
01 THURSDAY
10 BE
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Washington
Company
Garments
NEW YOSK
YOU'LL find it worth while to
think over carefully about con
sidering QUALITY more than
PRICE In buying clothes, or In
fact anything to wear.
Wo KNOW we are giving good
advice, and we know that
WASHINGTON SUITS have
the QUALITY. They may cost
you MORE and they ma7 cost
you LESS than you are used t"
paying for , SUITS; we flon't
know what yoar price Idea Is
BUT the POINT we want to
make clear is this: They arc
good and we are PRICING
THEM AT A FAIR PRICE
right at tho start of tho season
and keep them at that price
YOU'LL Dnd them a paying and
SAFE Investmnt and what
pays you, paya us.
WASHINGTON CO- SUITS
NEW FOR FALL
$17.50 to $35.00
NEW HATS
MORE NEW ONES HAVE AR
RIVEDSTETSONS this time
in the good grade only and
those with our large assort
ments of NEW FALL ROELOF3
SMILE" HATS AND MAL
LORY "CRAVENETTED"' givo
you every opportunity to find a
hat to suit.
STETSON f6.00
ROELOFS -SMILE" $4.00
MALLORYS CRAVENBTTED
$3.G0
SCHWARTZ BROS. CO.
THE SAFE PLACE
ON MAIN 8T.
Both Ward and Rogers' Trans
continental Myers Come
to Grief
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MIDDLETON. N Y., Sept IS. Avia
tor C. P. Rogers, who weighs 190
Bounds, and is- flying a baby Wright
in an attempted transcontinental
flight, resumed his flight here today,
but soon crashed Into a tree and fell
to the ground from a height of 35
feet.
He received scalp wounds, though
not serious, but his machine u i
wreck. He says he will surely fly
again tomorrow. He left Nw York
yesterday.
Canadian Election in Which
People on This Side of
Line Feel an
Interest
THE STORM-CENTER
IS RECIPROCITY
The Opposition is Using that
Only as a Weapon
to Overturn the
Government
OTTAWA, Sept. 18. The general
elections of Canada, which will be
held next Thursday, September 21,
or expected to be decisive of Cana
da's attitude' toward reciprocity be
tween that, country and tho United
States, and on the continuance in
power of the liberal party under the
leadership of Sir William Laurior
The American congress has already
ratified the reciprocity agreement, and
after a protractod deadlock In the
Canadian arllaiuent the question of
Canada's ratification was at last re
ferred to the Judgment of the people
The elections occur simultaneously
In all of the ten provinces which
make up the Dominion of Canada. As
originally oonstituttd the dominion
was composed of Upper Canada, in
cluding the extensive English sec
tions of Ontario: Lower Canada .in
eluding the extensive French sections
of Quebec, Nova Scotia and New
Brunswick. Later the British North
American act of 1867 admitted Brit
ish Columbia, Prince Edward Island,
the Northwest Territory and New
foundland, all of which are now a
part of the Dominion of Canada, ex
cept Newfoundland, which did not
take advantage of admission. Mbre
recently the western provinces of Al
terta, Saskatchewan and the new
Yukon Territory have been added.
The elections aro for the popular
branch of the dominion government,
the house of comiBons, consisting of
221 members, elected by ballot for
Uve years. The strongth of the two
parties, liberal and conservative, at
the time of the recast dissolution,
was as follows:
Conserva
Province. Liberals, tivos.
I have an exceptionally fine lino of Genuine Falkland
Seal Skin Leather goods of all descriptions.
Leather and silk lined ladles hand bags with cither
silver or gold filled mountings, ranging In puces from
?C.Q0 to $27.00.
" Roth ladles and gents card cases from JI.G0 to $5.00
Silk and leather lined bill Looks'any slzo or Btylo
desired, from ?4.0J to $9.00. ,
All of these goods aro made from" the very best grado
of Seal Skin obtainable.
L. L. GIL MAN MAcK.o
THE PROGRESSIVE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
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The Annual Convention of In
ternational Bridge and
Structural Ironworkers
.MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Sept. IS. For
the first tlmo In eight' years, J. J. Mo
namara. the international secretary,
was not on band when tho Interna
tional Bridge and Structural Iron
workers' union met In annual conven
tion In this city today.
Tho convention will adopt strong
resolutions lu the case of McNamara,
who is in jail in Los Angeles on dyna
miting charges, and will take steps al
so to aid in tbo defense of the ac
cused man and his associates, who
arc to be placed on trial next mouth.
A FIERCE STORM
. SI
OF HE BANCRORS
Trial of Case in Which Child,
is Made Co-Defendant
in Divorce Case
CORNING, N. Y., Sept. lSJVvia
tor James Ward sutfured further re
verses today jn his flight across the
country. The -oil feed connections of
bis engine blow out, and forced hlrr
to make a hasty landing In a flek'
north of the city.
Ward left Oswego this morning anfl
made 5S miles in 43 minute when he
reached Corning. He will not be abk
to resume bl flight till tomorrow, as
a new engine bad to be installed.
SANTA FE EXHIBIT.
Demonstration of what Progress Rail
roading Has Made.
TOPEKA, Kas., Sept. 18. To show
the progress of American railroad
building ami oporatlon for the past
thirty years, the Santa Fe road today
started oat a demonstration of four
teen cars which will be operated over
all the lines or the company between
Topefca and .Albuquerque. Heading
the train Is one of the monster Mal
let locomotives recently constructed
in the shops of the company in this
city. t
Following cloPe behind Is an old
style wood burning locomotive oper
ated by the Santa Fo some thirty
years ago. The train also includes the
oH Mle and the latest improved
types of flat cars, box cars, coal cars,
passenger coaches and cabooses.
ALLEGED BANK ROBBER.
Arrest Yesterday of Citizen of Im
perial Valley
EL CENTRO, Cal., Sept 18. R, W.
Parker, a resident of Brawley for the
lait two years, was arrested today on
a charge oft Implication last January
of a bank in Willis, Texas.
Sneeial Officer W. Boyd, represent.
j lng the American Bankers' association.
raado the arrest, naving nrst procureu
a requisition for extradition. Parker
declared his ability to prove an aHbL
AUTHOR'S BIRTHDAY.,
John T. Trowbridge- Was Eighty-four
Yesterday.
BOSON, Mass. Sept. 18. John T
Trowbridge, whose famous old poem
on "Darius Green and His Flying Ma
chine." has Just been republished,
quietly observed his eighty-fourth an
niversary today at his home in Ar
lington. He was born In New York
state, taught school in Illinois when
a young man, but came to Boston in
UM8 to do journalistic -work, and has
been writing ever since. Mr. Trow
bridge Is the only survivor of Now Eng
land's famous group Qf authors and
poots. whlcfc included Wblttler.
Holmes, Emerson, Lowell and Lang-follow.
Ontario
Quebec . . E3
Nova Scotia 12
New Brunswick .... 11
Prince Edward Island 3
Manitoba 2
Saskatchewan 9
Alberta 1
British Columbia 2
Yukon Territory 1
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Two Persons Killed and Many
Injured; Loss
$500,000
CHICAGO, Septals. Two persons
were killed and many Injured by fail
ing signs, trees andlroofs during an
other heavy wind and rain storm that
struck Chicago today. Thomas Mat
threw, aged twenty-olght, was found
dead In a rain filled gutter In front of
his home. John f ttlcPhllllp. aged
ieventy-flve, was blown over "tbo Vail
ing into the basement of his home
and was killed.
On the lake front rainy ship drag
fed their anchors, but none was
wrecked. A bridge tender's shantv
was blown into tho lake, but the ten
der was brought ashore safely. Tho
damage is $500,000.-'
Five large passenger earning
steamers Were buffeted about before
reaching safe anchorage, and the pas
sengers were panic stricken. The
storm came from the north. Wire
communication with Wisconsin and
Michigan is badly disarranged.
This gives the present Laurier gov
srnment a normal majority of 48 out
of a total membership of 211. To de
feat the government the conservative
opposition must make a gain of 2j
seats, while to carry on the govern
ment and organize the house they
must make gains of at least 25.
Issues and Leaders
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, now 7G years
of age, has been premier of the do
minion for over fifteen years, since
June, 1896, when his party, the lib
erals, defeated the conservatives un
3er Sir Charles Tupper. Bart, known
.o Canadian politics as "the old wai
horse of Cumberland." from the name
of his first constituency, in his native
province of Nova Scotia. Sir Wilfrid
Is a French-Canadian and his own
province, Quebec, with Its overwhelm
lng French population, has always
given him strong support.
Sir Wilfrid has toured five of the
nine Canadian provinces during the
campaign, and everywhere he has
maintained thst the reciprocity agree
ment was a purely business transac
tion, and that the loyalty of Canada
was not to be trafficked for any trade
advantages:
The conservative opposition has
been under the leadership of Robert
Laird Borden of Halifax, who first
challenged the reciprocity -pact be
fore the Canadian parliament and af
terwards carried the contest before
the people-. The grounds for this op
position are two fold. On the one
hand the conservatives are high pro
tectionists and they contend tUat the
present agreement is but an entering
wedge, while on the other band they
contend that trade under such a pact
would create a community of Interest
between the United States and Can
ada which could not but weaken the
British connection and would event
ually bring about the annexation of
Canada to the United States.
During the campaign on the stump
and in tno newspapers, the utter
ances of President Taft that "Can
ada is at the parting of tho ways' and
that the tie binding Canada to the
empire was so slight as to be almost
imperceptible, have been used to
prove that the United States has ul
terior designs on her Canadian neigh
bor, while thei annexionlst senti
ments attributed to some American
public men and newspapers have
aroused the cry that reciprocity is the
forerunner of annexation.
DEPENDS ON MACHINESTS.
Probability cf No Strike On Illinois
Central.
CHICAGO, Sept. 18 From an au
thoratlve labor source It was learned
today that a convention of the heads
of the international union railway
craftsmen will consider the situation
on the Harrlman system daring the
aomlng week. It is declared however
that unless the machlnesfs who voted
to oppose the strike on tho Illinois
Centra, change their attitude in tbo
IS
A Recognition of the Sacred-
ness of the Direct Primary
Law
PHOENIX, Sept. 18. Democrats of
Maricopa county today held a dele
gate conference, adopting resolutions
which wore in short a reaffirmation
of the constitutional acts. A plan
was adopted to eliminate the recall
of tho Judiciary at! the coming elec
Hon and then reinsert it In the consti
tution at the earliest opportunity.
No candidates were named for any
office, declaring this would be a vio
lation of the spirit of the primary law.
The republicans aro to hold a con'
ference on Wednesday.
A CLOSING BANK
Philadelphia Concern Will Protect
Depositors
PHILADELPHIA. SepL IS. With
deposits of nearly $1,500,000, the
Tradesman's Trust Company closed Its
doors today. The bank was capital'
ized at half a million. Tho late Mayor
Samuel Ashbridge.president, was suc
ceeded by Peter Boyd, an attorney
The bank Issued a statement that it
closed its doors to protect its doposl
tors, who will bo paid in full, it as
sets aro properly bandied.
ANTI-RAILWAY LOAN.
WILMINGTON. Del., Sept. 18. '
The suit for divorce brought by John i
Bancroft. Jr., against his wife, Made
leine' Du Pont Bancroft, and the count-
er suit brought by tho wife aro set
for trial at the term of tho superior i
court which opened hero today, and J
the caso promises to bo the most sen
sational in the history of tho common
wealth of "peachc3 and troubled pol '
ltics." As matters now stand, only
tho unexpected can stop the suits
begun by husband and wife. '
The latter Is the eldest daughter ol
Alfred I. Du Pont, the millionaire"
vice president of tho Du Pont Powder
company. Mr. Bancroft brought his!
suit on statutory grounds, denying
tho paternity of his wife's infant son.
In the papers filed in the caso Jir.j
Bancroft called tho child Max Held
Icr. Jr.. nnd mado it a co-defendant
.charges her husband with unfaithful
ness and extreme cruelty. She also
pleads not guilty to tho charges
against her.
HELPER THEIR FRIEND
001 OF SUFFERING
KISSIMEE. Fin., Sept. 18. "We
helped our friend out of this life at
her own request- She was In the
last stages of tubercujosls, and at
best had but a few days more to live,
and was suffering intensely."
This statement was ghen out here
today by Elizabeth Sears and E. B.
Gillespie, members of the Shaker col
ony here, who recently administered
chloroform to dying Sadie Merchant.
The coroner's inquest begins tomorrow.
USTOR'S MINISTER
ON THE CARPET
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Sept. 18. Tho
action of Rev. Joseph Lambert of
Providence, the Congregational minis
ter, in marrying John Jacob Astor
to Miss Force, w-as discussed at a
meeting of the Ministerial association
today.
It was decided to leave the matter
in the hands of a committee of tlirec
who will report at the next meeting
of the State Society of Congregation
al Ministers on October 10. Lambert
spoko brietly In defense of his acL
TEXAS Rt
TO BE
A Movement Giving The Chinese
Government Concern.
PEKIN, Sept. 18 The anti-railway
loan movement is taking on an in
creased revolutionary aspect In the
country and the government is con
cerned over the recent meeting of
the anti-loan agitators at Hong Kong.
This meeting organizes the opposi
tion in Hupeh, Szechuen, Hanan and
Wwangtung provinces. In Pekln tho
palaces and resident of offtclals
are under extra guard.
IRISH R. R STRIKE
The Trouble Spreading, Accompanied
by Violence.
DUBLIN, Sept. IS. Tho general
railroad strike declared In Ireland last
night is spreading. TEe Great South
ern and Western, the Midland Great
Western and Great Northern are all
affected, and the service was generally
demoralized today.
Tho men claim that somo of tho
trains operated on the main lino of
the system were In charge of apprenti
ces'and clerks. There was some violence.
An Appropriation of $50,000,-
000 for International and
Great Northern
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Sept. 18 The
International and Great Northorn rail
road stretching from Longvlew In the
northern part of Texas to Laredo on
tho Rio Grande river, a distance
of almost 500 miles, is making arrange
ments for Improvement both in track
age and rolling stock. To meet this
expense a bond issue of $60,040,000
has been ordered by the management.
This enormous sum will be expended
in bettering the physical conditions
of the line in every particular and
every dollar of It will be spent in Tex
as. This gives some notion of what
keen financiers think of the possibili
ties in the southwest. When the im
provements contemplated are made,
the schedule will be quickened and
St. Louis and the City of Mexico will
be several hours nearer one to the
other than they have been in the past.
OHIO BANK FAILS
The Officers Were too Free In Mak
ing Loans
CINCINNATI, Sept. 18. The Met
ropolitan Bank and Trust Company
closed its doors today, ty the order
of the stato banking department. Ex
aminers Romer and Baxter are In
charge. The bank was organized six
years ago, with a capital of $110,000.
the deposits are a half million, ot
Wshlch $125,000 3 city and county
funds.
Tho officers say the depositors will
not lose a dollar. The reason assigned
for closing Is that the officers were
given too much latitude In making
the state board.
The Biggest Stock Of
Sporting Goods In
vest
This means that you can get any
thing you want for a hunting trip
Without Waiting
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Metallic -Gar Irsdges
lYre safest, cleanest working j
automatic rifle made. Con
structed of the best nickel steel !
Made in alt calibers and sells
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$27.50
Remington ".22"
A handsome hammerless target rifle. Has the sim
plest repeating mechanism ever constructed. Solid
breech take-down and priced at $10.
Savage ".303"
The peerless gun for deer, bear and other big game.
Hammerless and with a sure safety. 518.00
Ammunition for this gun 75c per box of 20 cartridges.
In Stock At AU Times
The complete line of Winchester repeating and single
shot rifles and shot guns
Golf and Tennis Goods
New stock of golf-clubs, balls, caddy bags, etc.
Tennis rackets, nets, balls markers and any and
every kind of suitable toggery.
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fltttt.
ecior & qu are
With the exception of the lots reserved for build
ing this subdivision will be sold out in less than 30
days. The grading, cement work, laying of gas and
water pipes, etc will be finished this Week and build
ing will commence. New values will be created and
the investon will be made happy.
Our Unlimited Guarantee
Any person purchasing property from us in Hector
Square, after holding title six months may on sixty
davs notice obain refund of purchase price.
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I960 D. COR. 71
"HARRY ALLEN" WAS GIRL
to an
Arrested for Selling Liquor
Indian
SPOKANE, Sept. 18. "Harry Al
len," a harvest band, arrested at Te
koa for selling liquor to an Indian, ad
mits that he Is Nell Pickerell. a
young Seattle woman who for two
years has persisted in wearing men 2
clothes.
She proved her ability to drink,
smoke and frequent saloons, but vae
unable to perform heavy farm work.
ANOTHER POSTAL BANK
"WASHINGTON. D. C Sent 18.
loans on collateral not approved by ( Special) A postal savings bank will
be established October 13 at Mesa.
PHOENIX HORSETHIEVES
Tnree Captured Yesterday After a
Fight
PHOENIX, SepL 18. Three Mexi
cans, Manuel Arvlso, Gregorlo Gra
Blllo and Jesus Morales, were arrest
ed at Walnut' Grove today by Depu
ties Adams and Mickey and are now
In jail here, charged with horse steal
ing. Two hoVses have been recov
ered. Arvlso Is a leaseholder of a ranch.
One Mexican got away during a fight
with fhe'offiotrs. and it is thought he
Is wdunded. The men were trailed
from a potiit near Phoenix to a ranch
100 miles an ay.
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