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THE BISBEE DAILY nEVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1910
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A SOUL OF THANKSGIVING.
It ho didn't havo a plenty If the
table wasn't plled
For the friendly parson's blessing as
above bis plate he smiled;
lie still could join the chorus of the
glad Thanksglvln' song
Thank the Lord that ho was Hvln"
just alhln' right along!
The rich could roll in clover where
ho saw his chance was slim;
A daisy in a meadow was a holiday
With no place there, at the banquet,
where the famous fellows-throng,
Thanked the Lord that he was llvin
just a-livln' right a'ong!
"Here's the same blue sky aboe
me." was tho words' they hear
lilm say; i
"A shelter In wild winter, and the
violets in May;
Strength for all the labor a soul
with courage strong
And it's good to be a-llvln' just
alUin' right along!"
So, life was a ThanksgrWn", no
matter how it went,
And even in the valley he went his
StiH ready for the chorus .of each
Glad to be allin just a-lhing'
- right along.
CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS
Alan had played the entire day
with Little Brother without an im
patient word. Alter saying his cus
tomary prajer that night Jils mother
suggested that ho add- "I thank
God I was not Impatient with Little
Brother today." This .he did with
much fervency, after which "ae re
marked that there was Borac- other
things he would like to thank God
for, and rtlrwith" be closed ."his
"I thank God I offered my candy
to futher before taking any myself.
"I thank God V offered my, candy
to mother before taking any myself.
I thank God 1 offered m candy
to Little Brother before taking anv
"And I thank God there was some
This story cpmes to the society
editress from society circles at the
University of the Lone Star State
Has one of tho society leaders at
tho State University, and a member
of tho Pi Beta Phi sorority, violated
the anti-raffle law' And if sho has,
will some staid and proper old
Judge demand that the grand Jury
Investigate the case?
These are questions which are -now-agitating
the univcrsltr folk, for the
ybung woman has raffled off a hat
at least all fcer girl friends say she
It was like this:
She is one of the most beautiful
girls in the universitj and .was chos
en as one of the bridesmaids at a
recent fashionab'e wedding. The
color schemes of the -wedding was
pink and all tho twelve bridesmaids
wore costumes identical in color and
cut. The hats ohj -such pretty bats
were these pink, fluffy kind, which
the- feminine vocabulary is content
to call creations and t attempt to
describe which demonstrates the in
cfficienc of the English- language
Everyone who saw the young lady
declared t&e hat was 'Just too be
coming for an) tiling." but she is
a blonde and every woman know3
goMen hair and pink hats don't
harmonize. Therefore and Sere's the
story she decided, since she could
not wear the hat, it should go to
grace, perhaps ,not so pretty a
head, but onemore suited to it.
It was announced, , quietly, of
course, that theTiat'would be raffled
off, and It 'was "decided- that -the
modest sum of 10 cents would be
the price of chances.
The lucky girl whb won was very
proud and everybody was happy until
a horrid somebody suggested that
under a law passed by ,the last
hateful old legislature' it is sow a
CRIME against the state to hold a
raffle. Of course the 'aw doesn't
specify hats and equally true Is it
that the gallant men of the legisla
ture, of tho Lone Star State could
not know that a beautiful daughter
of Texas would hae a beautiful
hat -to raffle No certainly not else
no such law would have been passed.
Anyway the university folk are pre
pared to declare that a pretty wo
man is a law unto herself And no
Texan lives who will not agree with
the university folk young or old
But in case of accident Let the
young lady come p Sunny Arizona,
where chivalry la a" in all Its
- glory and the officers never grow
too old to admire beauty in distress.
BENEFIT Y.W.C. A. PLAYGROUND
Concord Bazaar and Country
Fair Monday and Tuesday evenings
November 21 and 22.
This should interest all persons
who would like to see the associa
tion equip a playground for the use
of its members. There are over one
hundred girls under sixteen years
of ago In the association and more
to come then there are many girls
between the ages of 16 and 25 years
wiho could use the grounds, both In
daytime and evening. The associa
tion has no gymnasium and this play
ground means much. The work of
the Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation wit) be presented Sunday
naming at the Presbyterian church
by the General Secretary, Miss Jones.
Program for Monday Evening.
Soprano Solo Selected
.. Mrs. SlmJ
VIolia Sola ,.. .. .. Mr. Mos.cr
Uaritono Solo "Roll
bn." Petrie Mr. Hla'r
I.ano Duet .. .. "Awakening of
tho Llo." Misses' I'attou
Tenor Solo .. "Happy Days," (Vis
lin Obl.gato Mr. Spauldoig.
Soprano Solo "Sing Me
to Sr?eu .. .. Missr Mary Kehoe
" Edw n Greene"
Tenor Solo .. .. Time Enough"
fTenor Solo "Thou Art So
Uko a Klower" .. Mr. Williamson
Organ Mi. Reynolds
Contralto Solo . . "Thy Day
Is Ended" ., . Mrs. Williamson
Violin Oblgato Mr. Moser
Heading Miss Mojer
Soprano Solo . . . "Shis On" N
.. .. Messrs Tennj and Mosler
Quartette .... "Good Night"
Mesdames Smsr. Williamson,
Messrs, Blair and W.U.'amson
The C. U. C. club met on Wednes
day evening at the Y. W. C. A. A
regular business meeting was held
and Vfter the business meeting1 a
pleasant time was enjojed by the
The Country club will give one of
Its enjojable dances on Thanksgiving
evening to friends and members. '
Imitations have, beenJssued by,
the iJalighters o Rebekah" for a
dance, to be giveii, on,.Xo ember 23
Thls dance Is anticipated with great
pleasure by the members and their
many Invited friends.
The first meeting ot the Literary
club formed by the girls of the
Bhsbee High School was he'd Mon
day evening at 7.30 at the Central
school building. A very pleasant
program was rendered and plans
were discussed for the future meet
ings of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKeehuu
have gone to Los Angeles -where
they -villi make their home in future.
Mrs. George E Krlnbill has re
turned from Los Angeles where she
has been for several months visit
Vjt. and Mrs. Patrick Nathan have
gone to California.
Miss Josephine Mulrhead is ex
pected home to spend Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKay have
moved to Warren and are now dom
iciled in their own home In that
beautiful resident suburb., of BIs-
beW ' - v "
On Friday een?ag Mas Myrtle
Jame-J was plcnsuntly surprised at
flier homo on School hill by some of
her friends Tho surprre party was
In hcnoi of her nineteenth brthday
M'ss James received a number of
pretty presents from her many
friends.. Games were plajed and re
freshments served. Those present
w$fJBi. .Misses Katherine;Cunn'ng
ham, Mabel Simmers, May Potts,
Ruby Grant and Miss Slyrtle James;
Frank Butler, "Lou'o Simmers. Earl
Soubres, Joe Sparks. Every one pres
nt enjoyed a very pleasant fme.
MrsT' Francis Abell, Miss Hellen
and Master Norman, returned from
Mesa a few days ago, where they
have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Drain. The party visited the Fair at
Phoenix several times, tho trip of
18 miles being made in 39 minutes
in the doctor's automobile.
Miss Alpha Black arrived from
El Paso on a visit to her mother
Sunday. Mrs. Black has been serious
ly i'J, but is convalescing under
fcbe tender caro of her daughter who
is an excellent trained nurse.
Attorney W. G. Gilmore and family
hae returned from a visit at Phoe
nix where they enjoyed the fair,
while Mr. Gilmore attended the Su
preme Court. Mr. Gilmore was also
elected to a high office In the Grand
Lodge (Df Knights of Pythias.
Ernest Ivy Is' rapidly recovering
after a serious illness of several
weeks, being confined to his hed
with a trained nurse In attendance.
St. John's Episcopal Church
Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Morn
ing Service II a. m. Tuesday evening
Daughters of the King meet 7:30.
Thursday evening". Brotherhood of
St. Andrew meets 7":45. Friday even
ing, choir practice 7 30.
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preach
ing service 11:00 l a. m. Subject:
Binding the Sacrifice to the A'tar.
Epworth League 6:30. Preaching
service 7:30. Subject: God Clothed
Himself with CIdeon. Special music
Prayer Sheeting Wednesday 7:30.
Subject Thanksgiving. Thanksgiv
ing service 10:30 a. m.
E. G. DECKER, Pastor.
Residence 187 Temby Ave.
Sunda school at 9:45 a. m.
Young People's meeting at 6:0 p.
ni. Topic: "How Does God Want
to P.e Thanked?" Psalm 100 1-5.
A Thanksgiving meeting.
Church service at 11 a. in and 7:30
p. m. During tho morning service,
Jones, Secretary o fthe local Y. W
C. A. will present the work of the
association, with Its opportunities
and its obligations. In the evening
the pastor will preach.
Union Thanksgiving Day service
in the Methodist church at 10 a. m.
Thursday thc 24th. Notice the early
hbur and be nresent in time. In
abedience to the suggestions madej
by tne prcsiacm an aaiso uy iu
governor tho people should meet for
praise and thanksgiving on this day
Tho second or the stereopucon mis
sionary lectures will be gUen on Sun
day evening, the 27th. It will ,eai
with "Homo Missions," the subject
being "Our Country"
JOHN E. FRY. Pastor.
The following music will bo given
at tho First Presbjtcrlan churoh
Tenbr Solo "My God and Father,
While I Stray." ,-. Marston
Carl Baslet. New York City
Tenor Duet "Forever With the
Carl Easier and H. E. Nixon.
Anthem "Jesus, My Saviour, Look
on Me." ( ...Nevin
VIo'in Solo "In Happy Moments"..
Christian Science Services.
' Tho regular Sunday services of
i... -niei.eo r-hrintlan Science Society
..ia .i ii on n. m. in the Fair
aiu ih-a - -' - -
Han, corner Kiln .Street ana jm
":. ,. nv fnaoa corvfpM all are cor-
'dIa'Jy"inVlte8r'The subject 'fdrvNo
vember 20 will bo "soul anu uouj
,M A lll
, jnv,tfn nffatr nf last week was
a iv!"-"" . -.' ,V1.
the whist party oi inrce uw .
Monday evening, of which Mrs. V.
r n..ic u.oo linstoss at her horns
on Thirteenth, street. Tho house was
artistically decorated with masses of
wA..4ir..i r4EsintipTniiTns- Esneciallv
enjoyable was the excellent Spanish
dinner, cons sting oi lamaira. eini.
adas, frijoles and other Spanish
jt.i.0f! nafnrn jllnTipr wa4 served the
guests spent the exenlng "at whist."
Much merriment was cauyeu u iuc
M.t.unt r.9 rincqjvtpd states, in or
der to find their partners. The guests
included Mr. and -Jirs-joou jwam,
Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Vanneman. Miss
Simpson, Miss Carson. Miss Rachel
Williams. Mr, and, Mrs. William
Worthington, Mr. A. .1 Hooper and
Mr. W. E. Goodsell.
o o o
i,- ,i -t-c T-iaflnTirl nf Rntfnth.
Jl. u . .--..- -- --, - T.
street cmertainea a icw ui men
friends at a Spanish dinner last Mon
day evening. Those who were pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. John Igo, Miss
Margaret Igo. Doc and Mrs. Saun-
-t . Im Iro Tlrvnnt- Af
Ueib, -1H. .1UU .,... . .. -"
tcr enjoying the dinner the remainder
or tne evening was- siieui m iujua
o o o
t ...l .' Tin' n h Cmlnfrv club
was enjoyed by a large number of
.M.Aete t. w Krrvfnl an the uleas-
ant veranda by Mrs. E. W. Adam-
son. Mrs. O. O. Hammiu. ana jirs.
C. R- Scott. Quantities of roses and
chrysanthemums adorned the club.
o o o
The annual dance of the Country
i..h win a ttMri -t thp rlnb house
on Thanksgiving night. The first of
these dances was neia wnen me.
house was formally opened three
years ago, so that the dance held
next week will be the fourth the club
has given. The opening of the house
was ono of the most elaborate social
function in the history of Douglas.
Since then the annual dance has
been one of the mosU if not the
most. Important event in the social
A4onn i.iti wnr Thoiieh none of
tho subsequent ones were so elab
orate as was me nrsL, iucj uu..c
nevertheless been quite as enjoyable
om thA aTMT!itinn nf thA thlnl anni
versary next Thursday night will be
no exception to tno custom.
o o o
A Thanksgiving" social will be held
next Tuesday evening in the Metho
dist church. To this social, not only
the members and friends of the
Sunday school and church, hat an
charitably minded -people are invited
to come and bring some article of
food for the poor and needy of our
city. Dating back to the time or our
Puritan fathers we. as a nation, have
set atpart a special day of thanksgiv
ing and It Is only fltung tnat, in tne
midst of plenty, we should remember
our less fortunate brother and sister.
With this object in view tho invita
t'on is extended to all to be present
at the donation party given next
Tuesday evening In the M. E. church.
All food stuffs will be gladly received,
such as canned goods, beans, sugar.
butter, coffee and all articles that win
pot perish. If you can not be pres
ent at the social, the committee will
be glad to receive your donations,
which will be distributed on Wednes
day to those found worthy. A pleas
ant even'ng is anticipated and a so
cial program Is being arranged as fol
Song Mabel Ross.
Recitation Elsie Warr.
Song Mrs. Noland.
Reading Bessie Belknap.
Made to meas
are for Men and
ROY. Women's Cata
logue No. 23.
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PHONE 45 BOX 2S5
Rush Razee, the wcmlerru rifle,
revolver and shotgun expert, -will give
a free exhibition next Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the Warren base
ball park. Mr. Razee uses the fam
ous Remington automatic rifles and
shotguns, and other well known arms.
The U. M. C company ammunition is
U3ed exclusively. Sir. Razee will use
steel lined shotgun shells in all his
work, as ho knows their perfect saf
ety under all conditions. This Is a
chance seldom offered to sec such
wonderful shooting free of charge.
Many little souvenirs n the way of
objects hit in the air wilT be distrib
uted grays. All are cordially wvueu
lo attend. The performance wl'.l last
until about 4:30 p. m.
W. D. KINSEY
6 Main St.
Phones: 413B 102L
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25c a bundle, 100 to a bundle.
MRS. A. A. McGINNIS, PROP..
Accomodations of the best,
commercial men solicited, aJ-
!so travelling public. Famllief
especially will And better con
"reniencea here than else;
where. Conveyances and sad
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NORTH SlOe OPP. DEPOT
' 24 Hours-
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WHEN YOU PRESENT A WATCH
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having It a good one. That result
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OUR WATCHES AND JEWELRY
are above all reliable. What you
purchase hi-re can be dcpendel muni
before yjir eyes. The success of
dence of the public Our Increas
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merchandise is worthy and equal to
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NEW ART TRAVELOGUES
MATINEES 10 CENTS
SUNDAY AND TUESDAY.
CHILDREN SATURDAY 5 CENTS
ADMISSION 10 & 15C
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THERE IS NO HOT AIR connected with what we tell you
about the Nacozarl Conso'idated. We are are proving up the
west end 'of our property and we have strong neighbors proving
up the cast end for us. Do you think that with a tunnel prop
osition, which means no pumping and no hoisting, that we can't
produce the ore at much less expense than the old mines that
hoist the ore through four or flve thousand feet of shaft? If you
don't think about theso things now you are going to think about
them later when Nacozarl Consolidated has gone beyond your
react. ?1.00 a share. ARE YOU WISE?
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Edward's Real Estate Office
Or F. W. RITTER, Lowell, Arizona.
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deposits and 3 per cent on special (or
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and compounded. More than 60,000 cPeb
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