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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1910
The only baking powder
made from Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
Milium, No Lime Phosphati
iDEFEAT THE B. I. CO.
Al Uie Y. M. C. A. alleys, last
evening tie Lowell team not only
defeated tho U. I. Co., but aUo
Bowled the second highest score o.
the tournament. The final result
was Lowell 1407, B. I. Co.. 1166. The
individual scores were as follows;
Iowell Marcz 136, ISO. 174, total
Holle 163, 173, 154, total 490.
Marshall isa, 123, 165, total 427
Toam total 1407.
U. 1. CO. Humphrey 1G4, 113.
105, total 422.
Keed 152, 123, 134, total 109.
Kosok 124, 95, 11C, total 335.
Team total 1166.
This evening tha fast Spray team
vili bowl the Morning Glories.
Tomorrow evening there will be
a meeting or tli so Interested In
football at tie Swim saloon In Lo
well. The Hibernian team is look
leg for a game Christmas day and
-have iUaaed-stt challenge to the
Tombstone Carijoa team. 'There is
icoslderable .interest in this sport
and a fast contest is assured under
Lowell United are already re-organized
and putting in hard work
at practice. The Can on Stars art
also in the Held again with a clever
aggregation of players. The new
est organization Is the Irish team
Lowell under tho management ot
Charlie Maddera with headquarters
at tho "Swim" saloon. Sunday after
noon there will bo practice at the
ball park and a large attendance is
All lormer patients owing money
to Br. E. W. ISaum will please call
at the oBco of Williams, Flanlgan
anJ Dorr in the Medigovlch bulMinK
and settle. It 13 absolutely e-
ecnttal that these bills be paid at
onco as Dr. Ilaum is critically 11!
at tho C. A. hospital and Mrs
mum must vise a large ansoun
or money to defray expense. It
ia expected that all will ral'y a'
thla time and do every thing possi
ble to assist Mrs. Baum.
WILLIAMS, FLAV1GAN &. DORR.
CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS AND
POST CARDS AT CENTRAL PHAR-
When you are ready to
make that fruit cake or plum
pudding, that the one best
place in Blsbee to buy the
Ingredients, is the Angius
Grocery. We handle only
the fanciest of dried fruits,
Imported Citron lb .... 35c
imported Lemon peel lb 30
Importel Orange peel lb 30
Imported Currants lb ..20
Seeded raisins lb ....12
Seedless raisins . ..lb. IJ.
Imported Fips lb ... 3n
California Figs 'b ... .20
Candled Pineapple lb 60
raidfMl Cbrr!eg lb . ..7f
Try our Ferndell Pastry
ffo'ir for yoar cake pkg 3-"c
III STORE FOR
Spectacular Production of the
Play "Hiawatha" At The
Cole-Ryan Building in War
ren by School Pupils
An evening of genuine pleasure
is In store for all who attend tho
magnificent production of "Hiawa
tha," at tho Cole-Ryan hall In War
rcn next Monday when the pupils
f tho Warren school givo the
play, for the purpose of raisins
money for a new piano for the kin
lergarten. The following is the pro
ndlan Game Ten Klndergartners
Mother Goose Songs Klndergartners.
"cene One Message to . -warriors
from Gltchc Manito, Uie Mighty,
-'cene Two Mudjekeewls relates his
"counter with the great bear. Ml
Scene Tb"c (Twui&l;i; -Vokomis
-ind tlj child Hiawatha.
Scer.e Four The Youth of Mara
Soena Five Nokomis advises Hia
ccene Six HIsvatha's wooing.
Scene Seven Wedding Feast.
scene Eight Famine: Death of Min
-scene Nine White Man's appearance
CAST OF CHARACTERS
'lawctta. As a Child, Louis Curry,
As a Youth, Ursllla Reese
as a Warrior, Henry Wat-
Minnehaha, Je:uinette Sholes.
Arrow Maker, Marvin McGuIrc
VoHjmls, May Curry.
Mudjekeewls. Charlotte Johnston,
'acoo, William Cleary.
Pau-Pau-Keewli", Roland Crebe.
'"hlblabos, LllHe Rooney.
Priest, Marvin McGuire.
Jouth, Kenneth Peabody.
I'amlne. Charlotte Johnston.
Fever, Eleanor Hart.
Warriors and Wbmen, Harry Alt-
house, Anna Hart, Evan Wild, Em
ily Oram, Althea Saelld, Vesta Mat
thews. White Men, Alba Reese and Frea
. . ' S
CITY NEW8 IN BRIEF
A discount coupon at Henke!
Dec 10 Is worth 15 per cent to
- POSTPONE ELECTION
The election of the officers of th
t ocbise County Medical society ha
Nn postponed until the first r
ing in January.
Treasury stock of the Cadena de
Cobre for saV;. .50 cents per share.
Hoean and Seed.
.WALKER HEARING TODAY.
The W. E. Walker hearini; In Uie
Naco justice ciurt will take place
today. Assistant District Attorney
E. J. Flanlgan vill represent thp
Cadena dc Cobrc- stock for sale
it the office of Hogan and Seed al
"0 cents per hare. This Is treasury
tocK and. is being sold for develop
ment purposes. - '
MISS TREU IMPROVING.
Miss Helen Treu, " daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Treu " who has
been ill with typhoid fever at the
Copper Queen hospital .' Is reported
to be very much better.
See my announcement on
WITH OAY WIDOW.
John Radovlsh has gone to Globe
to Join the Gay Widow company as
general utility man. Ho has 'been a
pupil of the Nixon dramatic ochoo
since the school was organized.
Treasury stock In the Cadena de
Cobre company Is on sale at the
office of Hogan and Seed at 50
cents per share, par value -Jl. Tho
'unds realized from the sale of the
stock are for development purposes.
The engineer's report can be seen a
TAKEN TO JAIL.
Ben Hall, the negro who w sen
tenced to serve six months in the
county jail for larceny was taken to
Tombstone Thursday by Constable
Bailey of LowclL
Drop in and act a bowl of soup
at the Office Saloon.
Juan Santos, a Spaniard, had hli
right arm severely injured 'n a fall
of timber at the Oliver shaft where
he wan emp'oyed. .He will be laid
up feveral days.
When 7n think of diamonds
think of Henkels the one price
store. v r -:.
The tret car all top In front
of Geo. Robert's, Main street "That
good place to eat."
Attorney Albert Sames, chairman
of the territorial republican central
committee, was in this city last even
lng on his way nomo to Douglas from
Thcro will be a special meeting
ir Initiation Saturday evening, the
10th, at 8:00 p. m. in Odd FelloWi
Hall. Please endeavor to bo at
Elks club by. 7:45 p. m. Saturday
T. O. McGRATH,
OPENS CAFE TODAY
John Hart will open tho Busy
Bee cafe In the Klein, Letson and
Marks building today. Tho place
has been conveniently fitted up and
al! arrangements made to give first
class sen Ice.
The original lludwelser beer on
draught, and 8 year old Tayloi
Whskey at George Robert's on Main
VERY MUCH BETTER
Tho condition of Dr. Baura was
very much improved yesterday and
there Is no doubt of his rapid recov
ery. He regained consciousness dur
lng the morning and spoke with
those about him.
SeaUhlpt Oyster Tovrea'a.
WEST COAST QUIET
Assistant Superintendent Patter
son of the Rio Yaqul road was
In BIsbce last evening frm Sonora.
He stated that there hate been no
signs of revolutionary trouble on
the west coast of Mexico.
''-t-a to the one price store Dec
10 and enjoy the entertainment
R. E. KOHLER.
R. E. Kohlcr. foreman of the Sac
ramento .ihaft of the Copper Queen
waa taken to the Copper Queen hos
pital yesterday. JIo has been 111 for
Change of lunch every day at
George Robert's on Main street.
"That good place to eat."
CLUB DIRECTORS MEET.
Tho d rectors of the Lowell club
held a meeting Thursday night to
transact necessary business and will
hold another meeting within a few
days. Five carpenters are at work
t, Moore Fuel and Feed companj
buildings renovating them for the ust
. ... - -111 ".. rt5 1H
of the club wnicn win u k "
dance probably Christmas Eve.
FRIDAYS: Clam Chowder, cod flh
ind cream potatoes at Olf.ee Saloon.
NEW INDUSTRY POSSIBLE.
Through the Inventive genius of
three "BUbee men a new JndaHry may
to established in tho city. w. "
Martin W. J. Webster and A. Tres
cowthlck have been granted a patent
on an adjustable at for a child,
which may be attached to either a
b eye or buggy The patentees
contemplate interesting capital In
Srtr invention and starting the manu
facture of It.
The Original BudweUer beer on
draught, and 8-year-old Taylcr Whis
key at George Robert's on MaWi
Street. "That sodp!aee to eat."
Z1NK GETS NINETY DAYS.
Charts Zink tho flim-flammer was
en : to ja'l for ninety days by Judge
Hleh yesterday morning. Ztak made
W bU Pnt
and is believed to be an old timer at
t"h came so cleverly did h work R.
T ChSCdwick for five dollars. Thurs
I e entered the OhadwicVs pl.ee
? ..uslne.is and tendering a $10 bill
Tn i?f" a small purchase kept
"fS fl.e of conversation un-
L bad secured his change and
an tra five doUarbU also.
SMOKEK ,. ., eeT,
SteTof the consUtuUonal co '
f. by the Wanen District Dem
1 -inh has been postponed from
dy nignf unUl soe night next
S which inn MVanse
etes would not able to be pres
to Saturday night as they will re
main in Phoenix a day longer thar
Mound City Paints wear tongesi
na iooiv ucv, .-
VAGRANTS BEFORE COURT
Judge High sitting as a police mag
Istrate heard the evidence In Ui
cases of M. Wasserman and William
Pennington, yesterday. Both had
been arrested early in the week and
a technical charge of vagrancy had
been filed against them. Wasserman
pleaded not guiltr and his case was
taken under consideration until this
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Pennington pleaded not guilty 1
changed his plea later to guilty and
was fined 135. He paid and was
Instructed by the court to leave
I 0-wa forthwith.
Get a discount ecpon at I If
JAPANESE ENGINEER LEAVES
K. Nishlmura, a mining engineer of
Tokyo, Japan, who has been in this
city for Several days inspecting the
mines or tfce Warren district, left last
evening for Douglas where he will
visit the smelters'. He may go to Naco
zari to vist the big concentrator.
Nlshlmura is chief engineer of the
Kitio mine of Japan and ia a grad
uate of the engineering school of tho
Imperial University of Tokyo. He
has been visiting all of tho big mines
and reduction works in American to
observe th-e American mining and re
duction practice and will sail from
SUn Francisco for Japan December
Wo are overstocked en Fancy
China, and while it lasts wl'I fe'
at a big reduction. W. S. StodghlSI,
(Old Standard Furniture CM.'s stand)
llrcwery Gulch. 167.
EXTRADITION OF GARCIA.
Miguel L. Torres, Mexican consul
at Naco who has been in Blsbee. for
several days on business connected
with tho extradition of Manuel J. Gar
cli, returned to Naco yesterday af
ternoon. He will "return to Blsbee
Monday to attend the extradition pro
ceedlngs to be held in the court of
United States Commissioner Taylor.
All the papers In the case coming
from the City of Mexico were In Span
Vsh and have been translated by the
consul into Engl s-b. Garcia Is want
ed In Mexico for the alleged embez
zlement of money from the Agua
Prieta postofflce during his term of
office as potsmaster.
If It's a watch go to Henkels.
CHURCH MUSIC SUNDAY.
The following music will be ren
dered at tho Sacred, Concert at the
First Presbyterian church, Sunday
evening, Dec 11, 7:30. Organ Pre
lude, "Prelude In G Minor Major,"
(Dubois), F. R. Reynolds; "What are
These That are Arrayed," (Stalner);
Tenor and Baritone Duet, -Sweet
Peace." (Bilhorn), W. A. Murray and
H. E. Nixon; "The Shadow of the
Evening Hours," (Shelley); Trom
bone Solo, "One Sweetly Solemn
Thought." (Ambrose), 'Gilbert Maston;
Anthem, "Seek Ye the Lord," (Rob
erts): Baritoire Solo, "Oh, Love DI
vlno," (Kevin), Lee Blair; Offeratory,
Organ, "AnCante Con Moto," (Loder);
Quartette, "Nearer My God To Thee,"
(Liebe-Schilllng) ; Organ Postlude.
"Largo," (Handel-. F. R Reynolds.
Seats free. Herbert E. Nixon, choir
director; F. R. Reynolds. organioL
The one price store. Henkels.
NAVA GOES TO JAIL
- Nava, tho Mexican who walked
v. ith his family from El Paso to
I'.isbee and shortly alter his arriva.
tere was sent to the lnBane asyiuu.
at Phoenix and later released froit
that institutiofi, has been sent to
tho rr-untv iail for sixty days for
disturbing the peace at Lownl. li
iiatelv alter bslng reieasea iron
the asylum Nava walked from thi
Capital City to Blsbee. makvig th
long hike In a remarkably short
time. When he reached Lowell he
learned that his family and gone
to Naco, Sonora where they wer
h-iiie- cared for by the Mexican con-
t,ul at Naco, Arizona pending the
action of the Mexican government
n tt. wan Instead of K ing t
Ills family Nava remained about Lo
well and the first of the week mix
up In a general fight among a part)
of Mexicans. He was arrested and
brought before Justice Murphy who
sentenced him to serve 60 days in
the county jail.
A full line of Christmas enrdss
decorations and toys, prices right
v. stodshill. (Old Standard Furn
llurc Co.'s Location) Brewery Gulcl'
TIME TABLE CHANGES
The new time table of the E.
P. & S. W. which will go into
vuect tomorrow Is as follows:
.Arrive at Bisbte:
No 7 50;. 9.05 a. m. from El Paso
tor Benson nnd "West.
No. 6 52; S.10 a. m. frcm Benson
m . d 54; 5.25 p. m. from Benson
and west for El Paso.
No. 5 56; 3.35 p. m. from El Paso
No 'J 58; 2:15 p. m. from Douglas
No. 7 51; D.20 a. ni.- for Benson
and west. '
No. 6 53; 7.00 a. m."for El Paso
and east. t ' '
No. S. 55; 5.40 p; nu'for EI Pas
and east. ,
No. 5 57; 2.25 p. m. for Benson
No. 10 51; 10.45 a, m. for Douglas.
It will be seen by the above that
the morning train from Benson east
bound to Douglas and El Paso
eaves much earlier than formerly
nnd that the morning west bound
trains arrive and depart five minutes
Met me at the opening Dec. 10
AT THE ONE PRICE 8TORE.
One of the most beautifully decor
ated sloroT seen in- the city this sea
son is that of C. M. Henkel. the jew
clryman. Mr. Henkel has purchased
a collection of evergreen palms, from)
the hot hoiuea of the oast and- has)
had them transplanted to jardinieres.'
"THE MAN OF THE HOUR."
The Man ot the Hour," the em
phatlc success of tho past four years
comes again to the Orpheum on Dec
There is no reason to believe that
our playgoers will not again take this
admirable play to their hearts and
crowd the house for the length of Its
stay. Tho management will display
their real quality by sending a cast
that ranks with tho very best that
has ever left New York city in ahy
play. When "Tho Man of the Hour"
was first produced In New York, a
pace was set in the way of interpre
tation by a company of fine players
that has never since been permitted
Harry English, John Moore, John
Morris, Edward Keene. Clyde F. Mc-
cabe. Frank Hanna. Franklin George,
Frank Kendricks, E. H. Felt, Geo. A
Cameron and Emma Naylor, Florence
Mack. Virginia Irwin are all well
known artlstfl who wlU take part in
this brilliant presentation of George
Broadhurst's sparkling play.
Twelve of those decorate the sldi-s
and hack of the store, while in the
center is placed two giant palms that
stand eight feet In height, and ana
.a dppldedlv refreshing effect to the al
ready beautifully decorated Interior
of the store.
Palms In Arizona aro a rare sighL
aad are especially pleasing to behold
at this time of the year.
Mr. Henkri Vs' making today his hoi
Max- onenlnir. and offers to eac ono
calling a coupon that willcnt!tle him
to ex 15 percent discount on any arti
rt mirehased in his store, from nov
until Christmas. These coupons wi'i
rrnlv ho riven today, and will mean
a considerable saving to those who
take advantage of thus oifer. The
store will be open this evening until
late An orchestra has been engaged
and music will be one of the real
uros nt the entertainment Every
body U Invited to call nnd see the
All litigation concerning the Ca
dena de Cobre company has been
brought to an end and the titles t
the property are perfect with al
taxes paid to d?te. The stock in
this company is selling at GO cents
per share, par value $1.
HOGAN & SEED l.S.
. PERSONAL MENTION
Frank Yeager returned to his ranch
near Huachuca station yesterday.
MM. Meyers' of Glance arrived in
this city yesterday afternoon.
R. J. Wilson of Tucson is in Blsbve
for a short visit.
CHRISTMAS "BOOKLETS AND
POST CARDS AT CENTRAL PHAR-
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McVay went to
,. iu, nnd children ar-
irs. rruuiv mw
rived In this city last evening from
Attorney Ben Goodrich of Tomb
stone arrived in this city last even
ing. J J. Burke, of Lamar, Colorado,
was in this city yesterday on busi
ness. J II. Hankln of Wichita. Kansas,
was m this city yesterday on busi
ness. .ii. i'i vMterdar for
joe airjuiici o. -
Phoenix where he will P3nd a week.
From Phoenix ne is b t
where he will remain.
Walter Goslln left for Douglas Uwt
evening to meet his father
er who ar? coming from Kan3 C ty.
Mo., to spend the winter in this city.
Tnlted States Attorney J. E. Mor
rison Is expected to return tomo-row
v.. ho has teen on
busTnesrnn"ecTed with a Chinese
Mr. and Mra. Greenway, father and
mother of General Manager jonn v
Greenway nt theC. & A. and S. &
Saturday, December 10, will be the
date of the holiday
I The store will be
ted and there will
f afternoon and evening. On this day
f only will be given
a Discount Coupon which is good
until Christmas and will save you
money in the purchase of your
Do not miss this opportunity.
1 The Discount Coupon entitles you
I to 15 per cent on
I costs you nothing.
coupons which are
mas will not be given away at any
i other time. Do not fail to come and
t bring your friends
C. M. HENKEL
mf Nawv I I amw Am
A nut 1SUUI IU
m ,iuzcu s oanK
P. who -have been visiting their son
at his home in Warren left jester
day afternoon for the oasL
E IS LESS
THAN THE EXPENSES
The board of directors- of the Bis
beo Board of Trade met yesterday at
ternoon to discusa the financial af-
ffalrs of the organization. After go
ing carefully over all the figures of
the Income and the necessary expen
ses of the board it was found that
there Is hardly enough income assur
ed to meet the expenses The fin-
uiiiu luuiujiutft win iu.it; imi uiauci .
in hand and ondeator tu provide
more money for the use of the board I
The membership of the board is to
tu increed as rapidly as possible
and to get enthusiasm it is very prob
able that a contest will be divided in
to two divisions. The division get
ting the mast new members will be
declared winner and the losera will
bo oblifjed to pay a forfeit which may
be a dinner to the winners1.
FIRST BILL REPORTED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec 9.
A total of $21,S94.SC1 In cash for
1012 appropriations and $9,514.3C3 for
contracts authorized for tho year's
subsequent to that, is carried in the
river's harbor's bin reported In the
house today by the committee. Tho
members hope to bring up the bill
Besides the total 'carrred, it is ex
pected the eundry civil bill will car
ry several millions additional for slm
liar purposes, and that when the
bill reaches the senate, one amend
ment will provide for a survey of the
harbor at Montauk Point, L. I., a plan
for which was placed before the com
mission too late for insertion in the
bill. Montauk Point Is tire location
of the old project for a. sweeping
change to meet congestion of dock
ing in New York, the idea being to
make it the port of Euopean liners
and a big railroad terminal,
60 BACK TO ITALY
WASHLNQTON, Dec 9.-Secretary may stc-us ef
Knox granted today the request ol Qnt anj being mado to g
Jtaly for the surrender of Porter i 0
wn&nton, wno is -cuargea wim mc.
murder of his wife at Lake Como. WASHINGTON, Dec 8. States of
Secretary Knox holds that the fact "vyy0:ning 145,965; increase 53,434
that Italy refuses to surrender ber cr 5-7 pej. Cnt. Alaska 64,356, in
ciUzens to United States for trial creaso 764 or 12 per cent. Ha
Ant not relieve thla country from w-iiian Islands 191.909. increase 37.-
Stj'e:, obligation of the extiladlUon
treaty to surrender to Italy fugitives
opening of the I
be music in the
away to everyone
your purchase and
good until Christ-
ol our Reduction Sale of ?20,
and 125.00 Tailor-Made suits
j Up-To-Dnte patterns, perfect
fit, latest styles.
A. B. M. KING, Mgr.
from justice from taat country. The
question of the sanity of Charlton,
it is suggested, Is one for the courts
and not for the department to deter
mine. Had Secretary Knox refrained
from acting in the case six days.
Charlton would have been free,
as the statutes required final ac
tlun ol counsel for the accused
of commitment. The legal conten
tion of counsel for the acensen
on "Italy's refusal tp surrender own
citizens" and the pomt that the
Italian demand for Charlton's sur
render had not been made In strict
accordance with the requirements
of the treaty are swept away by the
secretary without basis, and tho
committing magistrate's proceedings
and found tj have been regular in
all respects. The closing remark ot
the secretary is significant carrying
the intimation that Charlton's at
torney may have further recourse
to tue courts, If they are disposed
to raise the question of Insanity.
SIXTY MINERS ENTOMBED.
VANCOUVER. B. C Dsc. 9. Six
ty miners have been entombed in the
Bluebeard colliery,, at Frankfort, Al
berta, as the result of an explosion
(which, occurred there today. Two
bodies have been found by rescuers,
it (a holtevcrf come of the entombed
soS or 281.6 per cent. Hoaolulu 62,-
1S3 increase 1Z,877 or 3.4.8 per cenu