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THJS B1SBEE DAILY RE VIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, FE BRUARY 20, 1912.
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BE CANDIDATE' FOR
First Game of Season n
District Proves to Be
Roy Gill's toam defeated the Warren
Yannlgans Sunday afternoon at the
Present Executive Does Not
Desire to Succeed
GOING TO EUROPE
In a little more than .1 mnnth ih
1 cUy primary election will be staged
thoqgh ii search for excitement yet.
turday failed to dlacoier an The
primary will be held In April. Ihe olee
lion in May and the new set of officers
win bu Installed in June.
Mayor Newman said esterdny that
he would not bo a candidate for the
democratic nomination for mavor and
that ho would decline to be a candi
date. So fr as known there is no one
at this timo who is ogling at the
mayorallty, though several are -uld to
be frothing to-servo the people a
When asked yetTday if he inten
ded to ask for the place or tnaor
.Mayor Xewwan said: "No, I nhall not
stand for the nomination. I hae had
enough, i would reftihe to accept the
nomination under the present form
of city government and while 1
would not seek it and would prefer
to remain out 01 tho city government
altogether, 1 would accept a commls-
HMifTBhlp under a commission form
The mayor in an enthusiastic sup-
liorter of the commission form and
iated that the eople of tile city
prepare to agree on one of the several
commission forms so that when the
' ,ttrst legislature provideV; for coramis-
L. Scott Wll! Ranch in Johnson of California is thcSJTJvSTm.
Mexico ana sens i Latest ueserrer trom saavantase or the opportunity, this
His Holdings La Follette if has a,ready heen taken by
1 nznr-An ZZy. 10. ' Another reason or circumstance
Itufo Scon has sold lite home and CHICAGO. 111.. Feb. 19. A new that yAn vonjt tne mayor from
tranRfnr Imalnaxa nnil nmnor! it1 WBlte IlOpO has loomed Upon IDG , ,v. ,.,. w ln .fc l... l.
the corner of Railroad avenue and Horizon and if he possesses strength ' uon ,g ,hat he p,ang t(J UKe an e
GILL'S TEAM VICTORS PIONEER DDUGLASITE ANOTHER GOVERNOR
AFTER TEN INNINGS, SELLS HIS INTERESTS, IS 00T FOR GOLONELH
Warren Park in the nrst game of base -- -- d efdurance ia proportion to his tended atloltU sner ThZ
ball played according to Hoyle this iast night and AV. S. Ulxoa was pre- tfeanUc size, ho should prove a real is dolbt PX,)reftsed hy wi,ether
season, the score being 7 to C. The paring the papers this morning. Mr " ,nUeI ,,r cjjPil"P honors lh(jre w,u any tauf ,lraw1ns oI
game was close and the score wasJ " Murchison. formerly of Mexi- "'' ,"ni' ,;",,, !,.' ilrt lines In the city election though
stincv .,Hnp. tho ... ,,-t of ti... I co- ls purchaser of ths property L? TmeX, r.i".C?V"" there will be no Alphonse and Gaston
I-amnand rum t7n ,h to nv " business. Mr. Scott purchased -"""' " ,," ; """?'; , interchange of courtesies
" -- --.. .-... . ...n.v .. -. . 1 , lUt, IVUUDa iCLCUtlt IlllLl UIUUkliL UIU1
r i n HHiiit iiiiih m niifn iMf :n . " "
Tho city government is In no shapo
rriri,. ? srSs; sa-jgsassfiir-s: -5sJI .E 5
. ."" "r'"r.. " "re'"".vuMnf ,ttl. l.oroa ,n,1 m,.1 T,- tiaaus o leei anu o incnes anu woisns
laaies anu gentlemen, were unampiou -- -; - --"- """ ' --: ."' acout 2S0 jounds. and la well propor-
and Kelly for the Yannlgans and War-cott and Mr. Murchison will leave "
uer and Gill and Gill and Brown for-0,11 Monday or Tuesday for a trip to,, fl
the GUIs, Will. Solomon, a hold ovorithe Murchlson ranch, which now be,
trom last season, umpired the game. mes the. Property of Mr Scott, iti ii fTinp Tf 111 RU
After the expenses of the game had . e transfer business will be con- fl H j- M U QY
been paid the gate receipts were dl- tinue1 fr the present by the same nlULLIIUU U I Lfl I
Mded upon a basis of sixty and forty p""" '- " "a""' " ior .nr.
lier cent, the winners taking the long 'Scott and Mrs. Scott will have,
end, which was seventy cents for Uie charge of the offfce and direction
afternoons work. Another .gauue nwjP1 t .uummqs-
E FEBRUARY 25;
game and there is an issue other than
tfe welfare of the city, which is al
ways an issue, fr is probable there
will be no srear change wrought by
the coming election. It Is not known
whether the present councilman will
stand for another term, but It will be
necessary to get another mayor since
Mayor .Newman says he will not be a
be p!aed next Saturday afternoon
to fill out the calendar until the Tri
Town league gets started.
Besides the purchase of the Scott I
property and business Mr. Murchi- VjgjtQre
atm nab uuijuk iiiu mst lew wet?Ka
bought other important property in
Douglas, including the Southern ho-
AUSTRALIAN BOYS AT CAPITOL. Uel on G avenue, th& Hernandez pro-
fperty on Ninth street and other
iVAamvnTnv r n rvK to. ' ..i ...
.xwu.u w... . v,., aw . , resiueuce property.
Irom North Do
Not Delay Long Before
SALE OF YtRKES COLLECTION
NEW YORK, Feb. 19: Art loTers
and connoisseurs thronged ths ball
room of the Plaza Hotel today at the
I opening of the exhibition and sale of
n t iu JM31UUU&3, irL wurha ui guiu, ssi-
Forty Australian boys, sent to this
country by the Austratlian govern
ment on an educational tour arrived
here today and were taken in charge
by a special committee of the cham-
her of commerce, which has arranged
extensive plans for the entertainment
AV AVTnVin Tome WoYk
lsH-nlc!.mrf coimtA ot' ii,m v. and other metals, enamels, cera
The Scott business is ono of the'anta after the arrival here of the mlcs' textiles, embroideries, laces,
oldest in the city and was started Philadelphia Athletics to begin their i carvings, etc . belonging to the es-
uy Anay anu uute scott some ten , spring training a game will be plaved ' "lc "L luc lalc allD- "" .nuejaiuu
iears ago. between the chamnlons and the San ' Yerkes. The sale will last three days
About that Ume Mr. Murchlson. Antonio Ilronchoa of tho Te-ras nd it attracting unusual Interest
who came lo Arizona with the League. The Athletics' team will be unns collectors. Particularly inter.
Scotts. 'went into Mpxfoo nnd hnK rnmnnsw! l.ircelv of tho vouncrer mpm. CSting is the list Of paintings, which
of the youngdters. Ambassador and , yn tnere gine Jn the ranch and bers of the club that will come with Includes works by some of tho most
Mrs. Bryce will entertain the visitors atock business and has been quite i the first squad; the older members of i famous masters of all perlords. The
during the three days of their so- prosperous. He Is leaving Mexico tho team will not reach San Antonio I collection was formed by Mr. Yerkes,
Journ In the national capltol and ar- so tnat his Jarr-Uy may have the until about one week later. The the noted promoter and street railway
rangements for their reception at tho advantage of the schools and clvilf. Bronchos will begin training at the magnate of Chicago, London and oth-
wnue uouse by president rait lias zatton to be found in Dmielas same time and the recruits in botu er cities, wno aiea a lew vears ago
.Dien maae. us weaaesaay aiternoon
me coys, many 01 wnom are ciever ran(.yln in movIjvi
musicians, while others are singers, I thi moraine "hut will lesvn mr narl oh 'he heels of two full days of will be conducted by the American
f.imiiv h-ro so that ti, rhiinrn practice. Art association of this city.
' i may continue in school. Mr. Mur-
"I expect to devote my time to'teams "l set down to business at The sale, which was ordered by tho
Said Mr Scott ulu.t;- uu luibiui aiuu win luiium cacluwia ui iue caidiu ui .ma. iKintza
cblson. who succoeds me In
transfer business, has been an
friend of mine for many years, nn-l , gan Antonio Fcbmary 2,
I know him to be a man who will
actors, or acrobats, will give a matl
nee entertainment at the Columbia
Theatre. Arrangements have been
made to give te school children of
Washington an opportunity to attend
deserve a warm welcome in Douels'?
These Genttemsnly Arabs. 'fnd h,88 read r shown his falti. -
. , . . ,. .L ii the city liv maVin seversl im-
The Arab vices and virtues (for they .,,. investments and mav be er
have both) are drawn from the deserL to ,,k, ,ner ln,,,mf,ns
They are the handsomest men In the , here I commend him to the old
world, these Arabs: but they arc not j custonvers of the Scott transfer bi'sl
tho cleanest In reverent demeanor j nrm nd hoo to st him ooc.p(l
and tactful courtesy they surpass tho in all hi undertakings here." Doug-'
most cultured gentlemen of Kurope; has International '
Tho San Antonio Automobile club
will co-operate with the chamber of I CANADIAN
commerce in extending a hearty wel
come to the Athletics on their arrival
KANSAS MASONS AT TOPEKA
TORONTO, Ont., Feb. 19 An army
of visiting pin-spillers invaded Toron
to today for the sixth annual tourna
ment to decide the championships of
the Canadian Bowling association.
Nine new alleys have been installed
for the tournament, which will contin
ue through the week. Many cities
and towns throughout the dominion
i have sent representatives and all
,, ,. w, ,. ., signs point to the most successful
Lnandler Wants UUtSldei tournament in the iistory of the as-
in Interest of iiociation:
Harmony omaha automobile show
SUGGESTS THAT TAFT
AND COLONEL DECLINE
'but they are notorious thieves
Their hospitality ls proverbial For
three days the Arab host will protect
ono who has eaten bread and bait In j TOPEKA, Kas. Feb. 19: More
his tent, even to dying In defense of ' than 1,500 Mason's from all parts of
his guest. When the Hire limit of the ' the state of Kansas are gathered here
tnlt hraltiArhoof! hnc YnirMf tho hoar to 9t1tni1 tho annual rnmmiinltflt(in
will feel quite free to rob the for-' of the Kansas Grand Lodge, the con- ow ,f ttlB, th republican party ened in the Auditorium today with a
iner guest on his own account Ordl- location of tho Grand Chapter and'!as made t, lormer ur.tec . u. es , record-breaking list of exhibits includ-
CONCORD. N. H, Feb. 19. A sufe- OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 19: The ser
getlon that Ix.tli T.ift an.l Roosevelt , enth annual exhibition of the Automo
declin.' to be candidate In the Inter-, hjie Show association of Omaha op-
carlly the Arab lives on Bread and the assembly of the Grand Council,
milk, or bread and cheese If a guest wnlch -will be in session here during
arrives he will Insist upon slaughter- tb-e our J3 beginning with today,
ing the choicest animal In bis flock. This ,s tte "' tlme a'n: M? at
if thnrA i no fond nil . f. the same bodies hold their annual
qucntly happens, the Arab starves for .? 1 Jka: "j? Jl
awhile From "The Real Palestine of
Today," by Lewis Gaston Leary.
sons hare arranged for an elaborate
program of entertainment for the dis
FOB SOSES? ULCEUS
to the leptibllcAM
tonight. He exprew the opinion ' ,arg0 attendance of out-of-town visit
the republican party ta diTldel b or8 , cxpCte(j iuTinf. lne week
tweeu Ta't am! Roosevelt and so Ion:?
as the xpl't lasts is certain to bo de
leated. He declares that while per
sonally no favors i-af-'olleti- 1 would
t' rrendr his rtrerere'it-' to .omeone
l.kr liuahM Ct'inirtra, F.-.lrliuaks or
Governor Johnson, of California.
in an open Jet'eri lng toUl pleasure and commercial
or new namiwiire .vehicles. suDDlies and nccessorles. A
MANY DOGS TO BE DISPLAYED
During Change of Life How
Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vege
table Compound Made
Her a Well Woman.
Natick, Mass "I cannot express
what I went through during the change
of life before I tried
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
pound. I was in such
a nervous condition
1 could not keep still.
My limbs were cold,
I had creepy sensa
tions, and I could not
sleep nights. I wa3
finally told hv two
'Jii physicians thatl also
had a tumor. I read
one day of the wonderful cures made by
Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetably Com
pound and decided to try it, and it has
made me a well woman. My neighbors
and friends declare it has worked a mir
acle for me. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound is worth it3 weight in
gold for women during this perod of life.
If it will help others you may publish my
letter." Mrs. Makiom Sweet Gp.ea
TON, No. 1 Jefferson St., Natick, Mass.
Change of Life is one of the most
critical periods of n woman s existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known to
so successfully carry women through
this trying panod as Lydia E. Pinkham'a
If you want special advice write fo
Lydia J", l'liikham jlcdlriuc Co. (confl
dcntial; Ltiiii, 31ass. Your letter tiill
be opened, read and answered by a
vromau and held lu strict coiilideuco,
SMOKING BY THE SMALL BOY
How the Question Was Smoothly and
Easily Settled by One Wlsa
"The question of smoking came up
early in our family. Lawrence has al
ways been greatly attracted by what
he considers manly accomplishments
If he had been brought up in a Purl
tan atmosphere, ho would have sown
an abundant crop of nild oats so
great to him ls the glamour of the
forbidden thing. If it savors of fash
Ion or luxury, it becomes almost ir
resistible. "He was only fourteen when we no
ticed a suggestion of cigarette smoko
"'Havft you been smoking", my
boy?' his father asked In a tone un
suggestlve of rebuke Lawrence ad
mitted that ho had. 'I should be sorry
If It stopped your growth or injured
your heart, so that you could not go
In fcr athletics at college.' his father
went on in a casual tone. 'I would
rather you did not, if you do care
very much about It. I will give each
of you boys ?100 If you will not smoke
until you are twenty-one, Think It
over for a few days. If jou decide
that you prefer to smoke, and If, after
you have had a talk with the doctor,
you are not afraid of what It may do
to you, your mother will tlnd a place
lor you to smoko.'
"A few words from our doctor treat
Ing the matter from a scientific point
of view, helped Lawrence to decide
that be would take the 100 The
other boys decided as no did; thl.
ended It." Woman's Homo Cora
Remarkable Strength of Bone.
The strength- of bone is said to be
21.000 pounds to tho square Inch,
while a sample of hard wood tested
only half of this.
The commit! oo or flrtoon 5nmint..i
in the Bluo Ijodce will moot on Mnn
day night at 7:30, all pleaso attend
I NEW YORK. Feb. 19: An aggre
gate entry of 3,300, representing over
'2,200 dogs, has been booked for the
thirty-sixth annual bench show of the
Westminster Kennel Club, which will
METAL MARKET 'be opened to the public tomorrow In
iNEW YORK, Feb., 19 Standard the New Grand Central Palace. One
copper quiet Spot and fmnres 11 of the most remarkeble features this
and 14 1-2. Arrivals fifteen tons Ex-, year is tne large number or entries
The combination of healthful vegetable ingredients of which S. S. S. is
composed, makes it an especially desirable and effective remedy in the treat
ment of sores and ulcers of every kind. Since an impure condition of the
blood is responsible for the trouble, a medicine that can purify the blood is
the onlv hope of a successful cure; and it should be a medicine that not only
cleanses the circulation, but one that at the same time restores the blood to
its normal, rich, nutritive condition. S. S. S. is lust such a remedy. It is
made entirely of healing, cleansing vegetable properties, extracted from na
ture's roots, herbs and barks of the forest and fields. It has long been
recognized as the greatest of all blood purifiers, possessing; the qualities
necessary to remove every impurity in the blood. "When S. S. S. has purified
the circulation, and strengthened and enriched it, sores and ulcers heal read
ily and surely, because they are no longer fed and kept open by a continual
discharge into them of irritating disease-ladea matterJrom theblood. S. S. S.
brings about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying it with rich,
nourishing blood and makes a permanent and lasting; cure. Book on Sores
and Ulcers and any medical advice mailed free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
rorts this month smooth 19.S8S. Lead
quiet i to 4.10.
received from the Pacific
"Raising the Battleship Maine" Star
Theatre, Tuesday . Wednesday.
ATTENTION K. OF P.
The Perfect Shortening
Cotioienc it made from the finest
vegetable oi! as pure and uIwIckmtic as ' AH members, and their families of
i:... :i t ,-,t h. ., ,-. Rathbono Lodge No 10, Lilly Temple
ohve osL Lard, on the contrary, No g vislting bro,hers and sisters,
m:de from the fat of the hog, some- ' are especially Invited to be present.
times impure, often indigestible. Ortto- ' ' ,K- "f ,p- Cas" hf1U, T"e0say ov,e
... . , leb 20 to participate in 4Uh annl-
icnc waiter tnmgs iae Detter, maues . rersary of Pythian Knighthood
them digest better. It gives you butter
resets at less than the price of lard, i
There is no indigestion sold with Cottc
lenc. Couolene St economical because
733 : ::-t!srd lac
J. IL VERFURTH. C. 1
The Douglas Dally International is
for salo at Ball & Bledsoe's Drug
Store and at Coughran's Cigar stand
on Brewery Gulch. 521.
If it is worth
doing at all,
it's worth do
First class work
at all times is
Let us figure
with you on
your next job.
JAKOB SCHMIP. Owner and Mgr.
TUESDAY & WED. FEBRUARY 20 & 21.
"RAISING OF THE MAINE"
Tho most interesting, educational and historical motion picture ever
piocured. Taken by special -rmission of the l"i,ited States Gov
ernment. Dont fail to see the great roller dam. costing $300,000
to bi'lld. The mystery of the blowing up or tre Maine clarified.
ADMISSION 10c and 15c.
"FIRES OF DRIFTWOOD" (ViMgraph.)
A storm at sea, a wieck; a woman saved from the deep; she turns
out to be a siren who lures her rscner from his home ad family.
She (lebertK him for another. The deluded rescuer returns home peni
tent on a Christmas eve, Is forgiven and reunited to his wife and
"BILL'S FLUTE" (Kalem.)
Ar. exciting western production.
"UNCLE NED'S DIPLOMACY" (GaumOnt.)
A rellned comedy drama A funny idea Funnily acted and finely
"CODFISH INDUSTRY, NEWFOUNDLAND" (Edison)
Tho method of catching, preparing and shipping the fish is shown
in an Interesting way.
"FREEZING AUNTIE" (Edison),"'T;w
Tyrant auntie, the supposed victim of a cold-storage injection, as.
sumes the appearance of a shost and makes the conspirators the
victims of their plot. If you miss this you will be cheated.
Eening performance at 7 o'clock a continuous show.
Only daylight pictures in the State of Arizona.
Matinee TUE FRI. SAT. SUN. at 2:30.
Admission 10 and 15 cents. First Show at 7 o'clock
C. J. ALDEN, Mgr.
"THE GREAT ABBOTT"
A Burlesque on Spiritualism In Addition to His Great Handcuff Act.
"LIPMAN AND KELLY"
TH OSE TALKATIVE SO NG STE R S
"A ROMANCE OF WALL STREET"
The Vllllan "Bears the Markat" Love Comes to the Assistance of
tne Hera and Induces "Her" Godfther to "Bull" It. The Hero
Lands His Pile, Defeats the Vllian and Wins the Girl.. A Live Topic
and an Everybody Experience.
"PATHB WEEKLY NO. 3"
The Animated Newspaper
A Pictorial Review of all the World's News.
"HE WHO LAUGHS LAST'
A Riotous Western Comedy.
Admission 10c, 15c and 25c
7:30 and 8:45 P. M.
Vaudeville and Pictures Change Tomorrow
C. J. ALDEN, Manager
Friday, February 23rd
By REX BEACH
His Latest and Most Realistic Play,
Nov Touring the West.
Teeming With the Rugged Strength of the Northland.
"There's Nevet a Law of God or Man Runs North
Prices 35c To $1.50
Seats on Sale Wednesday, Feb., 21st, at 2:30 P. M.
Landmarks Guide Birds.
The homing Instinct in migrating
birds consists of their wonderful abll
ity in detecUng changes In climate and
direction of the compass, for their
"home" may cover a huge area. The
rest ls all done ,by landmarks.
Potato Considered European.
It is a curious thing in 'connec
Uon with the renewed Interest r
garding South America potato cultiva
tion that along the cast coast ol
South America tho tuber is considered
a European vegetable, and is cnltlvat
ed only by those gaining their expo
rlenco from the old world.
Tho Douglas Dally International is
for r.iIa nt Tlall jr. fll.-tfiip'a DnTff
Store and at Coughran's Cigar stand
on Brewery Gulch. 521.
Such Cap- v ,
u?5 ber I he fu I Dirt
nam - V J ,
Enrar f-' '
WAIT FOR US
The Swigert Bros. Optical Co.
AftUOBVS IiIUgTS OPTXLLBS
CMO US VOUR BROKEN IENSCS
to rmi on dvpucatio
NEXT'HlEAer Men. U, 15, 13 &. 17
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