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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BIS BEE. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 8, 1903.
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MR. BOWSER'S QROJS
Ke Holds One at tiome instead of Going
to the One He Had Deadhead Tickets For
(Copyright. 1903. by C. B. Lcwls.J
Mil. BOWS Hit had come home;
with a smile on his face and .
a couple of deadhead tickets
to uie circus iu uis cii
pocket, aud he had scarcely entered the
door when he announced:
"I'll take half a day off tomorrow,
nnd we'll attend the circus aud have a
good tiaie. lley. little woman, but how
does that strike you T"
"You don't mean that we are to go to
a circus?" she asked in doubtful tones.
"Of course 1 do! Here are the tickets.
We'll take in everything from the ele
phants to the peanuts. We haven't been
to a circus together since we were mar
ried." Mr. Bowser was like a boy with a
new sled and Mrs. Bowser almost dumb
with astonishment and anticipation.
Twice during the meal he got up to go
around to her and pat bcr on the head
ami ask her If she bad ever seen it two
horned rhinoceros. lie put his arm
"l KICKED OVKH CHMKS AND SATO I'D
CIKT A DIVOllCK."
aronud her going upstairs, and the cat
followed behind and winked at her own
whiskers and said it was something sbr
never saw in that house in all her life
"It will seem like our old courting
days." Kaid Mr. Bowser as he sat down
to his cigar. "It was when we went to
a circus for the first time that 1 fell in
love with yen. I want to Bay. fnrthor
that I hate nevcr"regretted it. either."
"It seems so funny that you thongbl
of taking me to the circus," she re
.plied as the tears threatened to come.
Hereafter we go to some place of
amusement at east three nights a
week. You deserve all 1 e-an do fi
you. You have bei-n one of the besl
little wives any man ever had. aud I
want you to know how much 1 uppn
.date it. I've tccn brusque and shurl
with you, sometimes, but you have nev
er doubted my love, have you?"
' "Never. I wish every woman linil "as
good a husband."
"Aud I wish every man bad as genl
a wife. There have been tlmoH wlicn
,yon ought to have taken the peker and
wbached me over the bead, but ym
never lose your temper. Mrs. Ktmscr.
do yoo know aoi.ii'tlines 1 lelieve you
are an angel Troiu heaven?"
"But you mustn't believe that." h)h
replied, beginning to be alarmed ove
his goody goiidiiejj.
But I loe I am uu out hicker ami
fault flndi-r and de-seTre to be lumtiil
and you are an angel of e-arlb and tic-
serve forty tixdals for livin with mr."
"And so we are to go to the circus
tomorrow nnd to the theater .sonir
You bet we are. Darling, do you j
know I was thinking of a -JUtfe Im'i-
dent in our lives as 1 cnpie-up on the
car? It was alwut our playing eucbre
one evening. Do yon remember you !
beat mo seven straight games and bow
mad I gol? 1 called yoa a client and
u swindler, .and I kicked over Chan
and said VA get a divons. rmel you
Oli, I've foxgotti-n." ntw lauglwil
'I neCP remember thone things for nn
bour.H v .
Thatfe awfuDy kind of you. bt t
want 1o talk of that came of eiichi.
2 rren tTled to make yn brtleve tUil
"Mlt HlUVSUlt, AN YOU WJLL !YOD
nn aee would tike the Joker. Hn. h.t.
ha! As I !ool. back and remember
how mean I was I wotider you didn't
pick up a chair aud fell me to the
tloor. It would have served me Just
right. Is it any wonder that when I
think of the things I call you an
"You are u dear, good man. and let's
talk of the sights we are to sec at the
"Anil about our old love letters." be
Interrupted as he began to walk about.
"There Isn't the least doubt that I
wrote a lot of silly uousense. but on
two or three occasions when you havo
said I did I got mad aud raised a row.
yes, I rememjier of one letter iu which
I said I had kltsed the tracks you left
ii a cranberry bwainp. nnd yet when
you told me of It I bowled about a di
vorce. My dear angel, can you ever
"And there's another thing I want to
refer to. One day I came home and
found you on the lounge with a sick
headache. You tried to get up and
welcome me. but you could uoL You
were dreadfully sick, but did I pity
you? Did I sympathize with you? Did
I order yon ten and toast and sit be
side you as a decent husband should?
No. I brutally told you that auy lady
who would wa'.k around the blocl
barefooted ought to have seventeen
sick headaches, and I left you to the
mercy of the cook and bounced off to
lh club. .Mrs. Bowser, can you will
yni-lm! What's that?"
Mr. Bowser stood stiffly erect In the
twiddle of the room and pointed to one
of the back windows. The cat stood
beside him and looked In the same di
rection. "Yen. the glass is cracked." said Mra
Bowser. "A boy threw a stone from
"Cracked! Itulncd! Destroyed!"
hoarsely whispered Mr. Bowser, with
his Anger still pointing. "Aud this Is
the way you run my house! This Is
the way my wife looks after my inter
ests!" "But a boy threw a stone." she pro
tested. "A boy a stone! And you were right
"Yes. But how could I help it?"
"How do I help it? Arc stone
thrown when I am here? Fifty dol
lars' worth of glass ruined through
your want of care! It's no use no
"That pane only cost 75 ccuts. and
I pay I can't stand In the alley and
prevent boys from throwing."
-Mrs. Bowser, we need not discuss
my home a seent- of ruin and desola-
- I tion.
This aids our going to the clr-
But you won't give It up bcc.iusc a
boy broke a pane of glass, wi.ll you?"
"I will. Tlie trip la on-. There will
he no circus, clowns or cannibals for
dm this ye-ar It' is not the broken
glass 1 look at. bnt-tbe principle of the
thing. .b a wife anel a housekeeper
yon are a Hat fnllnrc IVr anything
you might do to prevent, this housj
fould be torn down and carled off by
"Hut how fi.ohhh of'
I "That will ilo. woman; thai- will do!
I I have given you trial after trial, and
It has always resulted the same way
, ruin anil desolation! 1 have no doubt
I ibe liaek fence 'ui broken down, tbe
wood shed curried of! and most of the
- foundations of tbe Iwoe removed. Our
I money will be needed right lieie for
repaire. 1 am liiiw going for a little
J stroll, and slioulel auy one call and ask
for me you ean say 1 may not be home
until noon tomorrow."
'Bat how ran you blame we?"
I "Woman, thesnbjecl ja closed. Good
evening to you- gnnd evening."
" ' Al.'QU'AD.
."Yea, Mrs. nimplirtou lias a delight
fSlly gencrouM tliprafaUon."
Tfca. lndeil. Sbo'el aliaie her 1.ij'
t gnat with a frleind."
I, "WouU ahcr
rfthi would. Sbe'd idve hlia any
thing she poHMtwcd eaivpt the.
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BANCO de CANANEA
lepar.meat of Cananea (Consolidated (Copper Co., S. A.
La Cananea, Sonora, Hexico.
Established 1902. Transacts a
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Train 10 "Sunset Limited." Over Coast Division San Francisco to
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leans with trains for points in the East. This train carries eliaer, obser
vation, compartment and drawing room, sleepers; also tourist bleepers
Washington, Cincinati, Chicago, etc.
Train No. 8. "Crescent City Express" via fcAl.rsfleId route. Sas
Francisco to El Paso. Texas, leaves Benson at 3: 10 a. m.
Train No. C "Sutiiet Limited" via Bakersfleld route, Ne Orleazj
to San Francisco, leaves Benson at 4:10 p. m. Carries same equipment m
Train No. 7. "Pacific Express" via Coast Division,
El Paso to San Francisca, leaves Benson at Tl:10 p. m.
Trains No. 9 and 10 carry Free Rrclining Chair Cars
"This comiacy s stw S00-ton steamers, "Comus" and "Po.-ieas," leav
New Orleans every Wednesday at noon, making the passage to Nei YorS
In flvo and onehalf days.
They are provieled -with cleoTical appliances Cor lighting, keatiig aaj
Second cabin and steerage accom modations a he most liiXTtl
character. Salon and second cahla berths mas urse, be reservaf
in advance of ticket sales.
For further particulars call on or address,
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Work in Sonora, Mexico, a specialty.
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