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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17h. 1903,
Geo. Mitchell, Prudent - C' Hank8 C36h,er'
Dirtctors-Geo. Mitchell, W. S. Dlxson, E. A. Von Armm, U C. Hanks
The First National Bank
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FOOTBALL TEAM SCORES SIXTEEN
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Smelter City Kickers Were Outplayed
at Every Stage of Game Bisbee
Bucked Their Lln for Gains.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas, March 16. Over fifteen
hundred people, the largest attendance
of the year, thronged the side lines of
managed to tack on 2 yards, when
Swan was cal ed back for a line play.
The big captain braced himself for the
play and quick as a flash had piowea
through the line, picking himself up
well over the goal line. Bi6bee had
scored but it required her mightiest
efforts and even then was rewaruea
onlv at thA last moment Douglas, to
a man, fought valiantly to wre6t from
her riva's the laurels of the game wun
Huachuca. but to no avail. Had she
been more fortunate in having her
own center, it is hard to say what the
result mieht have been. As It was.
she was simply outplayed and iBsbee
had scored strictly on her merits as a
superior team .
Wilson kicked off to Douglas thirty
yard line. Nichols made a yard
through. Holt and Wormell gained half
OTHER NEWS ITEMS FROM SMEL-
TER AND RAILROAD CITY
H. L. Taylor,
Bank of Douglas Bid's.
DR. B. BARNES,
ih nondas football field on Sunday
, imrougn, noil tuiu nuruieu guuc ...
las and watched the Bisbee giants de- a yani ja e same place. This gain
' . ... 1 1 ., mi.-.n . , 1 1 .. ....... T" Citt,o
five nunureu disuw i sieDpeu uiuju lur a, puui. m-v tv.
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All kinds of games Music.
Come and pet acquainted.
STAR LIVERY STABLE
T. M. CLAYTON, Prop.
Rubber Tire Turnouts
first class driving and saddle horses. Horses boardedby the day or
;. , a, THIRTEENTH STREET, between E
month. . k.iLa
WHITE'S CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
Now is the opportunity for you to read any book cheap Books rented from
10c to "5c each, same to be returned in good order within two weeks. Ask
for free catalogues ot books now instock. New books have been ordered
toXwSk as soon as published. Following is a sample list of
books now in stock:
Amos Judd J. A. Mitchell.
Audrey M. Johnston.
Celebrity, The Churchill
Crisis. The Churchill.
Dash For a Throne Marchmont
Eben Holden BacUeller.
Lazarre M. H. Catherwood.
Man from Glengarry Connor.
, J .!,. e f nn Irllo Fellow d on same terms
1. K. Jerome. mati011 in1uire at
Sir Richard Calmady MaleL
Strlngtown on the Pike Lloyd.
Virginian, The Owen Wister.
Wanted a Chaperone P. L. Ford.
Janice Meredith P. L. Ford.
In the Country God Forgot F
Confessions of a Wife M. Adams.
Four Feathers Mason.
Any book you wish will be ordere
For further intor
teen to Tiaught.
Ites. wearing streamers of purp'.e
and white, cheered themselves hoarse
at every play, and. a few of the mem
bers endeavored to back their enthu
siasm with the coin of the realm. But
few bets were placed, and these at
even money In most cases. The host
of Douglas admirers never lost faith
in the unfaltering endeavors of the
orange and black to stem the tide of
defeat and turn It Into victory.
Their favorites fought valiantly, dls
nutine every inch of Blsbee's advance,
but the boys from the copper camp
were simply too much for Douglas,
too heavy, too well trained and too
week versed in their own particular
style of play for the smelter city team
to overcome, play they ever so hard. It
was pitiful to see the lighter team
gradually beaten down relentlessly.
While the Douglas ends ana nacks
were quick to divine the play ot their
opponents, they seldom were able to
get the -runner before he was pushed
over or through the line. On end runs,
Bisbee was not so successful, however,
for time after time did Wormell dive
through interference to drop his man
fm- n inss. Still the longest run of
the game was a long clean skirting of
Douglas' left end by the lanky Wilson
for a gain of thirty-five yards, asioo
from this one Instance. Bisbee. when
ever she gained a yard, had to ngni
fnr vfrv inch of the ground. From
the kickoff. she held the bail In her
possession for fifteen consecume
htvyie iodine on a fumble, and had
not yet made the coveted touchdown
was through in a wink and caused a
fumble falling on the ball for Bisbee.
Cardinal fumbled the next pass for
a loss ot three. Wilson and Cosgrove
worked the, ends for a total gain of ten
Committee is Appointed to Perfect Bar
Association Slav en May Make
Deal for Race Track on Border.
(Special to Review)
Douclas. March 16. Justice R. O.
Johnson was able to be at his office
today and dispose of court business,
accumulated during ms Illness.
H. E. Fox has a fine stock of dia
monds and watches at city prices.
City Drug Ftore. 3-14-tf
Ncv line of stationery Just received
at White's. tf
G. B. Slaven camo down from Bis
bee Saturday on business concerning
his homestead property located east
of town. Mr. Slaven hoped to be
mrs. m. a. tabor,
Is peramnently located inD ouglas it
Tells Past, Present and Futunro
No Mistakes Perfectly Rellabta
worked met enas tor a unai b'" ul " . , ,n i. a
mnw uhmm t, make a deal with the proposed
Wormell was wiae awaits on uio uh - c.mIi ,,k ov
play and nailed Wilson before he could race track assoclalon. whereby they
iiiaj uu uuKu ... . I wiii nw hia land for a race track
move, hurling him back for a loss of
seven yards. Cosgrove overcome the
loss with a run of eight yards around
left end. -De Souza made five over the
line and Swan smashed into the line
for another yard and a half. Delaney
hurled himself before the play and was
put out of the game with an Injured
shoulder. Then came a series ot line,
bucks end end runs, none of which
netted very big results, until Swan
Dlunsed through between tackle and
end for a touchdown. Cardinal tacking
oh to his Captain and holding him up
will use his land for a race track
site. He was accompanied by his
brother. Mr. F. J. Slaven, who re
cently arrived from Dawson City.
For good steaks, chops and other
flxln's go to the Savoy restaurant on
Ninth street. tf
Russel & Son, on Ninth street, run
a? good an eatln' house as there is in
The attorneys of Douglas interested
In the organization of a bar associa
tion met Saturday night and after
discussing plans, appointed a commit-
was Injured by falling from "the west
bound passenger, last Saturday, passed
thronirh on the wav to his home In El
Paso today. His injuries are not so
serious as at first considered.
J. K. Choate, Jr., states that tfca
Tombstone branch will be completed
by the first of the month. ThU it
Dracticallv as soon as the comoanr
expected to reach Tombstone. Worts
is being pushed rapidly forward.
Delaney, the Douglas football ply
er, who was Injured in yesterday'
game, was able to be out today, though
he is still suffering much pain from hit
Burke, another player of the Dnoglu
team, has a badly sprained ankle and
is unable to walk.
The Ladies Aid society ot St Jos
eph's Catholic church are to conduct
a social dance In Library hall this
l noiding mm up, -- , ". Wlw,nps
after being tack'ed. De Souza kicked. " "u t."" t,"-- '"--dnei
ueiuB i.. . Dlol,. , day evening has been set as the time
the goal and the score stood Bisbee, i
11; Douglas 0. l , ,, ollv,,prt
Mil. r, ... ... nt nnstlifll. fM, f H rttt'Tl 1C
1 lie CLUIJ' Ui AUVll fcww.-uv.wr. .-
short, sham and decisive. 'vVormell
kicked low to Bisbee's 25 yard line.
Fitz catchinc the cunt but the sturdy
Wormell was on the spot before Fitz
could get away and dropped him liKe
a flash. Then came a series of line
bucking plays by the backs, varied by
tackles back formation, netting but
small gains. Wilson punted beautiful
ly, the ball going high over Taylor's
head and rolling behind the goal posts.
Taylor endeavored to run It back, but
made but little advance when a Bls
beeite dropped him within four yards
n-otr. Vii.,tV! Mir lfollw hut Wormell
not yet maue me w.cu ,"" m.w..B- . .
But Douglas was handicapped in her managed to plu through Billy Swan
E!iaD hack and unable to execute, her for five. Fitz broke through on the
Dlavs or to get the hall back for a next play and secured the ball for Bis
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Some special bargains by
CRESCENT REAL ESTATE
AND RENTAL CO.,
DOUGLAS, - - - - ARIZ.
oj -,i lnHtrint? house Ninth be-
tweea. G and F, including grounds
house furniture, etc., $6,000.
Lodging house on Eleventh and
Railroad avenue. Including house,
grounds and furniture, ?l,S0O.
Apartment house furnished, a bar
Restaurant, Tenth street, house and
Restaurant. Ninth street, long lease,
Bargains in houses and lots.
C. A. TAYLOR, Mgr.
Officers: W. H. Brophy, President
J. 3. Douglas, Vice Prw
C. O. Ellis, Cashier
W. H. Bropbr, J. o. Douglas, M. J. Coaning
ham, S. F. Mesmre, C. O. Bllu
Equipped with ample capita!,
we are now prepared to do a
general banking business and
solicit the accounts of mer
chants, corporations and Individuals.
bee. Little De Souza was given the
ball and as he hit the center ot the
line, was picked up by his team mates
and carried bodily over the line di
rectly between the good posts. No
p-nai was kicked. The score at the
fluster (EL Co.. Props.
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We Serve the best
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Ail Work Guaranteed.
Best plumbing is conducive to good
health;, poor plumbing Is certain death.
If you want first class plumbing call
on the Douglas' Sheet Iron and Plumb
DOTJGLAS.AMZ. 13th STREET.
A Good Investment
For sale by
H. Clay HerricK, Sole AgenL
A fine two-story adobe, close toj
round houses and snops, iurn?ueu .-u
well finished. Can be rented f&r two
hundred doUars a month easy. The
property consists of three lots, border
ing on two alleys, has a fine well, a
windmill and a 4,000 gallon, tank. Is
complete In every respect ana la today
the best pportnnlty for" an iavtor
in Douglas. Can bo bought tor fifty
five hundred dollars.
Corner Tenth nl Q Street
Fiest Class Accommodations
Sample Room for Drummers
H. C. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
E. A. Von Arnim
Real Estate and
Agent tor Non-Reldents
The place for the
FRUITS AND CANDIES.
Ageoer all the leading papers' and maga
tines. Stationary, Ctffars and Tobacco.
Bnlok White, Prop.
C. E. Rhone
Crown, Bridge and Porcelain
Work specialty. Gas- ad-
DOCOLAS, ... ARIZONA
L. H. B.
R. H. B.
Referee Hogue: Umpire Brown.
Time of halves 20 minutes.
THE THIRTEEN CLUB.
Plans of This Novel Douglas Amuse,
mint and were forced to relinquish It on
downs. She got the ball but once
again during the first half, but could
make no impression on Capt. Swan's
men who held her in her tracks. With
, .1 mlnnta in nlov RffATl WSS
less uiiiu a. unau -- f " e
Dushed through the line and over the en,i ad Bisbee. 16; Douglas, 0
goal line or uougias ior me uuij luu.u-. , nc i.i.c h
Hna-n of the half. uisuee
But twice .in the second ha't am Nash and r'ltz
rw.,ni,c lino im fnr a scrimmage with! Holt
the ball in her possession. Forced to Malley
punt on her third down. Wormell fumb-j Kelley
led the pass and De Souza was j Harrington
through and on him like a flash. From Swan, Capt
this point on It was only a question Cosgrove
of how Ions it wouio. ulko insure iu uaramai
plow through the line to a toucnaown.
Twice more she succeded In scoring
before the close ot the gamo and the
score book shows that during all tnis
hair less than halt adozen end runs
were attempted, showing that Bisbee
relied on her strength and weight en
tirely during th's halt of the game.
Wormel for Douglas was In the
midst of every play and on several oc
casions got the runner for a big loss.
The Game In Detail.
Wormell kicked oft to Bisbee's fif
teen yard line. De Souza was pushed
ihmnph center for 44. Romero was
brought down" for a loss of a yard and
a half by Wormell. Swan went went
throueh AlmKren for three and Holt
repeated the trick through Nichols,
De Souza hurd'ed the line for three
more and Wilson, on his first run cov
ered hlry-five yards. Taylor brought
him down. It was a beautiful head on
tackle aad forced Wilson out ot bounds
Bisbee seat hor backs and tackles at
the line in quick succession, in each
instance for a short gain. Wilson
was sent around right end and after!
making five yards was siammeu iown
by Nichols, dropping the ball In his
Taylor- cou'd not get the ball from
Gould and as he fumbled the short
pass, Malley broke through and fell
on the'plg-'skin. A guards back play
by Bisbee was tried and Harrington
was forced through for three yams.
Wormell spoiled the next play by drop
nlntr De Souza for a loss ol half a
yard. Cosgrove made five between,
Mlr-holo and Inl'llnc but five was not
sufficient and Doug'.as got the ball
Douglas' passing "was .deplorably
poor and Wormell was nailed by a
miner for a loss of a yard and a hair,
L.- T. Almgren
The Thirteen club of Douglas were
to have held their regular monthly
meeting last Friday night, but owing
to 'the illness of a member, refused to
get into working order wiuioui xne
influence of a hoodoo. Tho Thirteen
club Is a social organization of rep
resentative young men who defy "the
jinks" in any form. The order first
came to life In Arizona.at Tucson. The
local cemetery, as the lodge is termed,
.-ar formed br members from tho
Tucson organization who drifted to
Douglas when this town first came into
prominence as offering opportunities
to them la the purusit of their chosen
avocations and is composed ot cierKs,
professional men, teachers and artisans
The emblem of the order is a skull.
with opal eyes, and cross bones mount
ed on a miniature coffin lid. The ta
booed thirteen is to the members a
smybol of good luck and joviality,
wa king under Jadders, placing his hat
on the bed. being harassed by the
innnnnrinno nnnparance of a cat Inl
Ms nathwav. and. In fact, the Invitation
fn meet and cone with all the hoodoolc
j Influences known, to superstitious hu
manity is a pleasure rather man a
terror to the Thirteen man. The ceme-
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"Con H and lOth. .
terles meet on every Friday and on
the thirteenth of each month .conduct
. .t.,.- . ,.. rrr, ,, on.i 'a smoker and entertainment to which
Taylor was forced to drop with the are Invited the friends of the order.
ball. Fisher made hi length through I uougias cemmci Uu. ,7".,
center. Blsbee's ball on downs. De members u. u. Meweu, . . '""-';
j- . a Ti-n v..H faa RrntL Frank Vauphn. Edmund
SOUZa mauo luur uci avian, nun n""!-- - -- - o.
a yard through his own position. De j Thornton. Wm. Burnside, AlbetSames
Souza responded wim 2 more rue t ,.a.w", ,.---
.. , iL. ,. j -rrn, lont TJin.rtrieks and by virtue of a va
inrougn ine uuo aim niuuu muabp. ---. - .
to add another yard around Delaney. cancy. Mr. Drachman. unattached, ot
H. E. Fox ha3 just received an as
sortment of K. of P. and A. O. U.
W. emblem pins and buttons in solid
gold and a peitty 1 ne of silver nov
elties In leather goods. 3-14-tf
Henry Levin, of the Brady-Levin
Commerlcal company of Nogales, is in
the city looking for a suitable location
for a branch office, which his firm
will Install here. The Brady-Levin
company already have branches at
Tucson and El Paso, where they con
duct the business ot custom, cattle and
general merchandise as well as real
Arizona view writing tablets just re
ceived at White's. tf
Goshen Bros., glaziers, are the peo
ple you want to see about having your
window glass set. All sizes ol window
Danes. 936 H. St. 3-13-tf
B. B. Adams, well known to resi
dents of Cochise county as a promi
nent insurance man, was noticed
among Sunday's visitors.
Mrs. Whenthoff will have a grand
millinery opening at her Doug'as store,
9th street between H and Railroad
avenue, on Marh 28th. The largest
and finest assortment of millinery
goods ever seen in this territory will
be displayed. 3-13-tt
At the C. & A. Smelters.
J. J. Lyons, an employe of the Calu
met smelter, sustained a painful in
jury to his foot from the dropping of
some heavy object.
John Umbraham, a fellow workman,
had a finger crused between two king
The report of a serioi-' accident at
the C. &. A. smelter r" -hed this office
today, but investigation developed the
fact that nothins beyond tne aoove
mentioned accident occurred.
Eugene Lebeuf, a traveling liquor
man of Cinclnatl, O., Is at tho. Ord.
George Harditer, claim agent for
he E. P. & S. W. R. R, Is in town. He
Is stopping at the Ord.
Paul Morgan, who attends to the
tuning of Zellner pianos, arrived from
Phoenix this morning.
W. L. Tlleston. of the wholesale
wine and liquor house of Melezen Bros.
& Co., of San Franc'rfco. came In from
Los Aneeles on tills morning's train.
Jacob Schmld, a well known Bisbco-
ite, spen Sunday in Douglas.
A popular social function of Douglas
Is an evening at tho smelter. A party
of Jolly pleasure seekers enjoyed a
trip to the C. & A. smelter on Saturday
evening and after viewing the wonders
of the great bullion plant, sat them
down to a midnight lunch in the glare
of the huge blasts. It was a gay
crowd that stepped from their char
tered car on the peanut roaster route
in the "we sma'" hours of the Sabbath.
Those who composed the party were,
Mesdames. Rice. Hanson and Clarke,
Misses Lempert, Ferguson and Fully,
Messrs. Rice, Pearce, Hughes, Glbbs)
Stickle aad Kyffin. .
Thomas and Eskridgo have the con
tract for painting the new French
hotel, They commenced worl this
T. E. Hugies, the brakeman wo
DOUGLAS POST OFFICE HOURS
General delivery window open and
stamps for sale from 8:30 a. m. until
7 p. in., except while the malls aro be
Money order and registry wlndov.
open from 8:30 a. m. until 6 p. m., ec
cept during the distribution of tha
Sundays General delivery will ba
open from 5 p. m. until 7 p. m. onl7.
Neither registry nor money ,oroer
business transacted on Sunday.
Stamps on sale in store at all time. "
Eastern mail arrives 3:30 p. m.;l
closes, 9:45 a. m.
Western mail arrives, 10:05 a. m.;
rlosen. 3:10 d. m.
Mexican mail arrives, 5 p. m.; doe
4:30 p. m. Renwick White, P. M.
Men never know as much about 8rWi
thing as women know about drees.
It's safer to learn your enemies taw
There may be a lot of credit due
man's wife, but she usually demands-cash.
Never draw a sight draft on a blind!
HUBBARD & HENNESSY
Rolled Stee-1 and Metallic Cas
kets. Embalming a specialty
Lady assistant for ladies and
Telephone No. 15.
for our advertisement
in this space of our
Grand Millinery Sale.
CITY MEAT MARKET.
WUSAOE asd nSH direct from CAllfOBWH
CRESH BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK
All kinds of salt maats, vegetables.
ThoW FRANK BAUER. Pr
Swan hucked tho line for two. De
Souza for 2 and Romero got around
Inllllnc for seven. But another min
ute remained to play and-WIlson was
trtrf for th Intervening ten yards
between, him aad a touchdown. He
nishee. honorary member
A mandolin club or five pieces Is a
feature ot the local cemetery, and as
many of the members are talented in
various, means of entertaining, the so-
Iclal benefits of Thirteen aro lanumcra-
b!e. At the last election of officers
Hartwell Nowell was chosen K. S.;
Albert -Sames, C. S.; Wra. Burnside, S.
S.; G. C. Newe'l, R. B.; and Chas.
Nichols, R. S. These officers are In
cumbents for tae space ot thirteen
tl-ppVc when acomnlete and new set ot
officials govern the cemetery. Douglas
cmeterr is makinc an endeavor to
engage a hall for lodge purposes and
entertainments, and a very rccnercne
affair la the shape ot an Easter dance
Is among tho possibilities of the near
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