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THE BIS1EE DAILY REVIEW ilSBEE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY- MMMIHG, SEPTEHiER 29, 1910
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Did nt Lose Single Match in
Telegraphic Shoot During
Summer Hurst High Man
Tho Bisbee Rifle club has received
the tolkrwlngreport from Tacoma of
tho results cl various telegraphic
matches shot between May 8 and July
TACOMA. Wash.. Sept. 2S- To
Seattle Rlfllo & Revolver Asp-'n.
Spokane Itlfle & Revolver Club.
Bisbee Rltle Club.
Los Angefea Rlflo &. Revolver Club.i
outuatrru uuuuruia. uiueH.
Gentlemen: The totals of tho sev
eral clubs are as follows:
Spokane 7C9 vs. Illsbee SOS.
Pasadena "59 vs. Los Angeles 750.
Seattle- 700 vs. Tacoma 7-47.
' May 22.
, . Spokane 733 vs. Tacoma 747.
Seattle 7-15 vs. Pasadena 7C1.
Bisbee 779 vs. Los Angeles 739.
Spokane 7oS vs. Seattle 736.
" Tacoma 770 vs. Lis Angeles 733
Blshce 771 vs. Pasadena 7C0.
Los Angeles 7C5 vs. Seattle 7C3.
R'sbee 796 vs. Tacoma 776.
Spokane 771 va Pasadena 739.
Bisbee 777 vs. Seattle 74S.
L03 Angeles 769 vs. Spokane 741.
Tacoma 76S vs. Pasadena 760.
Bisbee won 5, lost 0.
'Taco:ra won 4. lost 1.
Spokane won 2, lost 3.
Los Angeles won 2. lest 2.
Pasadena won 2. lst 3.
Seattle won 0. lost
We have delayed mafcinir thlr report i
as lone as iiorslble. looklne for Rrae
ulausltle chance whereby he might i
claim to the champ'onship of this i tests lor tne tropny may be held on
ser'es. It is therefore with polgnsnt I any Sunday following and up to Nov.
sr'ef that we announce that Blsfceo -'
( has won tho medal. We will buy. On OcL 16 the long ranges will be
this medal later, when we havs re-opened, the 600. 800 and 1,000 yards
coupexl Into tho treasury what we ; and several exciting matches are ei
owo. iL As 4t is wo console ourselves pected. The club hopes th's year to
with the conviction that If we had ' have moro marksmen and sharp
shot under the same atmospheric con-j shooters than any other club In the
ditlons that prevail In Arizona, we country. Last year Bisbee ranged
would have been It, without doubt just one less from the top of the
We are the more convinced of th's column with 3 mTarksmen.
fact because we have a man in ourj o .
club, who at one time disported nim-i
self in that country, and who -totem-
jy avers mai u is eaureiy possime
to see, through open sights, a beer
bottle at adlstanco or 90 miles, and
indeed that he has so seen such bot
tles in the clear, sunny -atmosphere
of Tombstone. B'sbee and rlc'nity.
D'rking was high man of tho Spok
ane club, with 639 for tho entire ser
ies. Hurst was high for Bishee with
ni&a "670Hubbs. or tho Southern Califcr
nia, made 672, and has the highest
lnd'vidual total. Berger Is top notch
man of the Seattle club .with 52j!
for four matches. The highest in
dividual single score we win have
to claim for ScoSeld of Tacoma, who
made 138 in th last match of the
series. Hurst also made 13S In the
first match, bnt as th's was -made
prone, wo win have to h'gh indiv"d
ual for Scofield who shot In the reg
ular positions. "We have not the com--plete
records of the Los Angeles club,
"but do not think they had a high
man. If the case is otherwise, we
Will be glad to make a correction.
, Four dollars each has heen rece'v-
ed from Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma.
is " Of th's there has been leplmatclyl
;. -expended. 54.14, leaving a balance of
- Kt . Tvlll Bisbee Wnfilr indicate
m-Wnt aho will hn-r?
W. B. KNOBLC. Sec
The range "l the Bisbee Rifle clnb
wm be opened for the season of 1910
ind 1911 on next Sttndiy. It w'll open
with a. match between the shot En
mm -and the rTle men. They will
shoot at 50 birds, each shoot'ng five
cm tho 200 300 and SW) -yard ranges.
The rifle men lost the last match
wl"h the shot gun mm and will servo
n lunch to the vi'lrors on tho ran'zcMioU.
Sunday. The public i3 cordially in -
vUciL Ammunition will be sold on
. - - -t A , ,-hiifra- -in
ypppIMiMFpiiPLi, m "
Mocha and Java
Wcu . von prsrer to have m
your niTl" cr.p Kara with CI
t-- - AsJtrtinti ffttn K
ncii. i'ii-i.--, uv "" ..- j
bevcrajn? Why "
QOnt you; m uui w"5i: i ,ai
In our coffee de-J
partment meres nommg oat
c pure good berry sold. We
-nTe Jfocha and Java coffeo
, jr., ,h nnnnd that makes '
a most delicious cup or coffee
and you pay that price
4 many places for a coffee that ,
Is worthless. -
. . ...
Orr's I"! so skilfully blended.
alwey fresh roasted
it's pare. .
One sip and then your ver-'
m diet II it isn't better than
any you have been buying for
m the same price, send it back.
B. ANGIUS BKUUtnu
9 phone 29.
MINES SHE IFB
DESERTED SY COMPANIONS GRE.
GORACI WAS WITHOUT FOOD
Demeutco Gregoraci, au Italian
miner of this city, who was thought
to be lost in the mountains of Son-1
ora, was heard of yesterday at Doug
lao. He bent word for friends here
that he had arrived In Douglas after
a very hard trip through the moun
tains. It is alleged that Gregoraci took
two prospective buyers out to a prop
erty" ho oftnes in tho mountains In
the Moctezuma district and that they
offered him a. certain price for the
property which he refused v accept.
There were words between the ould
be buyers and Gregoraci and the
troublo ended by the two prospective
purchasers taking what food there
was on hand and getting out of tho
camp leaving tho ltal'an with noth
ing to cat.
After being abandoned by his com
pan'ons Gregoraci started to walk to
Pllarec. a considerable distance oer
a rough pountry. Ho was several
days on the hike, two of -which ho
had neither food nor wa'cr.
When ho arrived at Pilares. Gre
goraci was exhausted and very wealj.
He was taken care of by people at
j the boarding house and after a short
rest and a supply of food was able
to travel. He was brought to Doug
las on a freight train from where he
sent to his friends here for help as
he was without money.
the range and niw-members may par
ticipate. On Sunday, OcL 9, the range will bo
open to any and all whether mem
ers of the club or not to shoot for
the .Marksman button, in th!s match
i a score of 9S at 100,- 300 and 500
' yards is necessary. Ammunition will
be sold on the range for this event,
and rifles may be borrowed from club
members. Club "nembers will not
sh.ot. "ut w, te present to assist
' coacn we non-memoerc. a lee
25 cents will bo charged. Con-,
Batteries Johnson and Ainsmith:
White and Payne. ' " e
At St. Lculs
Batteries Atkins and -Lapp; .cl
son and Stephens.
New ork C 13 2
WZZJ . -.-". . ! an:! Ident'fled as the man who passed
Batteries-Qninn, Aaughn and I at lL g 1IIUmaB., cls.
ml ?' Str0nd Ma,!en Ca&ey!ir store and at the Edelweiss cafe.
R. IL E.
Boston - 3 2
Cleveland 4 10 2
Batteries Ulchael and Klelnow;
Kaler. Koestner and Land.
I At BOrtOn
P - Game:
Ferguson and Raridan.
uaunia uiunu uuu iviiu; .11-11-,
tern. Curtis, Burke. Raridan and El-
i at Brooklyn
-Steele and Gibson; Bell
At New York
natteries Covaleski and Clark;
Crandall, Schlei and WlUon,
Ct T .!.
PMi,rf!nk',. a t
. .. -y. -.
Batteries Sleele and Bresnehanruuu " ulu-1- "" "f"- ":
i Glrard, Brennan and Doo'n.
' At Los Angeles
,j R. IL
Vernon 3 6
i Los Angeles
1 4 1
Batteries Carson and Hogan; Cas-
tleton and Orendorff.
'.At San Francisco
,' Batteries Byram and
, iirowning ana wiinams.
Batteries lively and MItse; Car-
I rett, Steen and Fisher.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
ROOM AND BOARD '$3000
PER MONTH. GOOD BOARD
4 AND NICE CLEAN ROOMS
MRS. J. B. ELLIOT. SOUTH
Jose Gonzales, a Spaniard in the
employ ot tho local fining com
panies, sustained an injury to his
left foot tho Jirst of "the week.
He is now abls to gft about.
BOARD MEETS MONDAY
The board of supcrvisorc will mset
Monday to hold their regular month
ly and quarterly meeting. All fee
bills will bo pasted on at this meet
ing and the regular monthly routine
MUCH LESS SICKNESS
Tho members of both the C. &
A. and" the Cop(er Queen medical
staffs report Jhat the typhoid fever
is now abiting very satisfactorily
and that there is much less sick
ness in town Jlian there was ft
MOVES ENGINEERING OFF-ICE I the comlnp seaion wil! snow a
County Surveyor McXeish moved jtnurh greater Interest In the game
hh office yesterday from tha City1tan over beroro In the history of
Hal' building to the Letson Marks
and Klein building on Main stresL
McN'elsh will occupy tfic office on
the second floor dlrectlly ever that
of Hogan -and Seed.
FIREMEN MEET TONIGHT
The volunteer tiro department will
hold a regular meeting tonight and
tho proiwlllcn of sending a hosa
team to the territorial fair racer,
will be discussed. Other matters or
importance to " the derartmont trill
be brought up for action.
Deputy V. S. Marshall White went
to Douglas ycsterJay where he arrest-
ed Jose O Garcia, a Mexican, on
charge cf smuggl'ng. it is said that
be brought mescal and opium across
tho l'ne. He wa'ved examination and
was placed in the local county jail
for tho night. He y.Hl be taken to
RETURN WITH MEAT
Dan McAllister of Canansa, Hoy
McAlllstcd of the Copper Queen'
3iure oi iui3 ci mm ,uy uvmt.
have returned from their hunting
trip to the Cbiricahuas. They were
successful ln frcttlns deer and
fcrouhet bJck penty ot venison to
Sjshow for their trip.
jOcins tj icveral press us engage
ments the lesital which wao to havo
fceeu given thb evening by Herbert
- - !?"' at bis stUI:l0, iu lhc Maa"
I o, In nort XlmrlflV nlniT. Ut U hfch
I .. . .! K
tine ui extrvi;m. yrub1"' "
&lven, which will be published In the
lizjzers Everybody inr.ted.
FORGER ADMITS GUILT.
!,... 'i,.. ,., iv-nmM
was postponed in Justice H'gh'a court
icsjerday until today. The authori
ties say he hac admitted his gnilt.
For-the second time since he was
returned Sunday from L03 Angeles
where ho was arrested, the case 01
H. S. Small, charged with m'sappro
; prlating funds belonging to the Glcs-
fow Woolen; Mills. oT whose local
I store he was formerly ajannger, was
0 " ptstcneu in Justice Burdlck's court
o j yesterday afternoon unt'l Friday.
Arizona Headquarter in San Fran
..UcrftanfTd Hotel. SSu Kearny St
T" LUTHERAN St-KVIlil-ii.
Lutheran services with preaching
! by Rev. G. Luetke, of Phoenix, Ariz.. .
1 en Thursday evening. SepL 29 at 7:-t
0. Place will be announced later.'
Pastor will be In the Copper Queen
hotel Wednesday from S o'clock on i
l to Friday morning.
j. are earnestly and cordially Invited to
t ittfinrt OYlfl -ttl n(lor
All Rcbekahs, their friends and vis -
iitlng sisters and brothers are In-
vlted to attend the dance at Odd
.Fellow's Hall Friday night. Septem -
I ber 30th. 329.
rr,, r.-.Ti t. firaf Brothers!
insurance office and Tom Hughes.
.tf vtH .h3t thev estimate:-
. ' .. ,k v,. , f vf,n.O W. Dalbey; Ovcr-iire.
day night to have been $20,000,
aay nigni ? " '"'" ",'l Von Sappe: "Val-e BIu-.- A. Mar
Various estimates have been pUcd . .. cbprha-. Dal.
on the loss ranglns from le-s th3n
. .- ArtAft TKa
.insurance men went over the ground
'. carefully and claim that $20,000
is a very cIoseT estimate of th j
'.total loss. ,
n Sealthipt Oystere Tovrea's..
FIGURE ON SEMAPHORES
No action has been taken as yet
by the directors or the E. P. &
S. W. on the --plan to install a
semaphor system between here and
Osborn The estimates on the cost
or putting this signal system in
service have been made and referred
to the board for action and it may
be sometime before the semaphores
arc put up a'though It is expected
by the railroad men that the system
will be Installed sooner or later.
Centurion and Red Mountain stock
viur we cueap ai itocm i, nt. t,imo,t
WILL PROBE FIRE.
According to reports there seems
to be but bittle doubt but that thu
fire a: N'aco Monday n'ght will cause
an exhaustive investigation. Many
rumors have been put In circulation
ut Nice Lut none could bo verified.
ConUablo Twimey and Deputy Sheriff
Will Wil c -lipped out of B'sbeo yes
terday mctnlns and later in the day
they appeared at Naco. Their pres
ence lcnf color to the reports that
the are viuld be investigated.
' "V- arti grt a towl cf soup
' Office Saloon
CLEARING GOLF LINKS
The Country CJub golf links are
rio'v nrarly free from the summer
Browth of weeds The force of men
clearing the llnU3 has been In
creased and by the first of the
we;k the links will be In perfect
condition. A number of tie play-
'?ra are practicing dally over the
coarse asd It r.rrx laoj'.s as though
Mrs. W. J. Hamilton 21U Opera
Drivo can accomodate a few more
table boarders. Phone 247.
RELATIVES CLAIM BODY
The Palace Undertaking company,
received a telegiani last night from
Indianapolis, lnd.. from tho relatives
or Willliam WeghnrsL the local bra
bsr. who was found dead in a past
ure at Xaco last Monday, asking
that the remains be shipped to In
dianapolis. This will be done this
morning. Marsh-il Watkins re
ceived a telegram last night from
Chicago from a brother of Wes
fcorst asking that ,the particulars
of the youns man's death be sent
"SANITARY HOJSE CLEANING
Carpets, curtains, portiers cleaned
wltfcrmt triVln:- thriven
' .. , ra " oan,,arv. no dus.
,.,. . , ,, .,
f ITUIA Udiauiii:u. wiup .at u nj , .
O. Box 1247.
MUST CLOSE BOXES
The postoEcc box;s on which the
box rent is not paid by Friday night
will be closed and those who tail to
pay their box rent will find their
mall after that date at the general
delivery window The postal laws
do not allow any extension jjf tho
time for paying box: rent and the
postmaster Is oblldged to close the
boxes as soon as the regulation
time expires The box rent has
been slow In comlnr: in for the
coming quarter and unless there is
an improvement tod.iy and tomorrow
many boxes will be vacated.
FRIDAYS: Clam Chowder, cod fish
and cream potatoes ""at Office Saloon
HELD TO GRAND JURY.
After a vain attempt to establ'sh
an alali, Eltsartlo Mesa, a Mex'can,
who stole a corse belonging to the
Palace Grocery company Saturday
n'ght and who wao captured with
I the animal near Lowell, was held to
I the grand jury Dy justlce High yes
ttrday. Ho was committed to jail
en default of bond in the sum cf
T300. Mesa produced several wit
nesses whom he said would swear
they saw him in another section of
the c'ty at the tl:re tha horse was
stolen. However, they testified that
they had not seem him on Saturday
night, wh'le othero identified him as
the man who was seen loitering in
front of the grocery near where the
I horse was tide.
tai-pe of lunch every day at tha
C &. A. BAND CONCERT.
The C. &. A. band will give a con-
t cert in Warren Friday night. Th'p
'band Is now under the direction of
C.nfn-1 lln.t'n nl fo t-Tlllflnt- In
1 membership and talent Its music
Jig attracting favorable eminent and
'ts open air concerts arc looked fort
ward to with pleasure.
j Tha program to be rendered at
i Warren Friday night is as follows:
j March, "Stars and Stripes. Sousa;
Overture "Victoria"" H. Holloway:
?"" "ose,s "af'' V?"?"?,.1
-M-r ''' Kentucky Home." Fnntas'a.
I Noon and N'iehf 'n VIenra," F- R.
I : "Grand Medlv Suberba." Dal-
hy; "March. "Triumohal." Fred Jew
fOR PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION
T-Ve Horsford's Aeld Phoschite
I Especially recommended in phy
.IcrH'' ?nd mental (exhaustion, ner-
ivousness and Impaired digestion.
; th beautiful cut glas punch
lv- ot dlsplav at L. I. Oilman's
MEETING OF CLINICIANS
BOSTON', Mass- Sept 2S A large
attendance of well known medical
men marked the open'ng here today
of the second annual meeting of the
American Associatiorf-of Clinical Re
search. Dr. L. K. Hirschberg- of Bal
timore, Dr. F C Askenstedt, of Louis
ville, Dr Henry RJ Harrower of Chi-
case Dr. Carl N. Wlntsch of Xewark
Dr. Isa 3. Wile of Kew York and cth
era of promlnlnce will address the
BseetlBg dar'BrJts two days.' session.
The Lucky Day
A GENT'S FOB WILL BE GIVEN TO EACH PURCHASER OF $1 OR MORE FOR THE ASKING.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30TH.
C M. HENKEL, THE JEWELER
Col. Nanny, of Douglas, was in BIs
II. X. Marble, of Duluth, is In the
city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardenberg left last
evening for New York
Ernest Graf left yesterday for I-os
Angeles for his vacation.
Professor Clarence Krlnbill return
ed yesterday from Duglas.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Roberts
an eight pound daughter Tuesday.
Pat Fitzpatrlck and party IU leave
the last of the week for the Huachu
W. P. Stuart, of Cananea, who has
been confined in the hospital In that
camp fcr some" time Is able to be out
Judge F. J. Hohan. of Ijowell. left
last evening for Los Angeles. Ho has
been troubled with rheumatism, and
Is going to the coast for his health
Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Hamburg and
Mies Mamburg and Miss Stromberg
left yesterday morning for Hambsrs
in tho Huachucas.
Luke Rafaelovlch left last eveninjj
for Hermoslllo to visit his uncle who
Is engaged in orange growing near
the Sonora capital.
Word was received yesterday from
George H. Kelly that Mrs. Kelly con
tinues to improve in the hospital at
Santa, Barbara and that if her con
dition continues to grow favorablo
she tyIU be able to leave the hospital
in a week.
K. A. Hoyt. a representative of tho
Winchester Arms company, who was
with the Topperwo'ns when they were
in Bisbee for the exhibition shoot at
tho riflfle club range, was in Bisbee
yesterday morning on his way to Cal
ifornia. If you have any furniture that
needs repairing or upholstering, call
GUST C. HENDRICKS.
P. O. BOX 3147 PHONE L25
Will give a big Vocal
and Ini(n;m:nra! Concert
At An Early Date
PAY $25 OR $30 FOR f!IS SUIT
When we are Selling Regular $25 and S30 Suits
and Overcoats in the Season's Latest -Novelties
j You will save
We Make Clothes for the People Who Make Bisbee
Glasgow Woolen Mills
'T'f t 9 W 9
Tiie Frank Rich Musical
"THE ISLE OF KOW-TOW"
An Oiicntal Oddity
New Songs Sew Scenery
Eutlro change of programo
Next Hill King Ctizcoks.
Two Shows Nghtly.
Prices 10 - 15 - 25c.
Until further notice the hill
will change three tin'es a
week. Change nights aro Sun
day, Tuesday and Friday
No one's education Is com plete if he has r.ot learned to jive
his hard-earned dollars. How many times in your life have you
wished you had the money you knew you had thrown sway foolishly-
Dollars planted In the bank are like teed planted in the ground;
they grow. SSBSSi&w. "
We pay a liberal Interest consistent with safety.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
CITIZENS 61K Hi TRUST COMPANY
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
VHOLE SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ORGON AND TEX
AS PINE. REDVOOD SHINGLES. MOULDINGS BUILDERS'
HARDWARE, DOORS AND SASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIA-. - v.
TELEPHONE L 25 EMIL MARKS. Manaoer
tA I h iiH HH
M. D. BETZ, MANAGER
The Aomany Wife.
Dumb Half Creed's Defense.
Ah Sin and the Greasers
Matinees 10 Cents
SUNDAY AND TUESDAY
CHILDREN SATURDAY 5 CENTS
ADMISSION 10 & 15 C
(I per ctnt.
1-Ttl IU IIMI.HlllL.llTr
j Brovns and Grayi
blue and Black
Cheviot & Tweed U
from Bisbee's it
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