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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SIJNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1912.
THE BANK OF BIS
The Social Side Of Life
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banking New accounts are invited.
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Upon request we will gladly send a representative to estimate cost for con
necting your house with the gas main.
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sheer -waste of time and money Ex
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LADIES OF COUNTRY CLUB PLAN
ST PATRICK'S DAY DANCE
1 At a very enthusiastic meeting
last Tttesday aftcrnooif the women
of the Warren District country club
decided to odd to the present furnish
ings of the club- Mrs. W. II. Brophy
called the meeting and a committee
was appointed to assist in the work.
Part of the furnishings will be don
ated by toe members and a dancing
and card party was decided upon as a
means nf raisins money to buy those
pieces which are not donated. The
woman's dressing room will be furn
ished throughout' and new linen, cur
tains and candeibm will be given
Ku- the dining room. In tho large
room there is need of new rugs, tables,
a sciWe and pillows, a reading lamp
and writing desks. These articles
will add greatly to the beauty and
convenience of the club-house and It
is hoped that they may U provided
The dance will e ghen by the wo
men of the club on Monday, March
l&th and will be In honor of St. Pat
rick. It will be one of the leading
social events of March and will be
, pleasantly antlcipBtel by the mem
bers. j Plans will b completed by the fol-
' lowing committee and announced at
a later date: Mrs. W. H. Brophy,
j chairman. Mrs. L. L. Miner, secretary
and treasurer, and 'Mesdames Sher-
I man I.add. ESlinwood. Ilalmforth,
.Bridge, Tenny, Newman and Morri
son. It is hoped that all women will
,take up the project enthusiastically
and add to the benaats of an already
members of the Phelps Dodge com
pany who will glvo halt when the
other naif Is raised.
The hall had been simply but ar
tistically decorated with numerous
American Hags. Over the windows
aim doors large (lags had been drap
ed. A splendid picture of Washington
was hung In one end of the hall and
was draped with flags. Small flags
hung from the ehamlellers and red,
white and blue stars made of paper
were fastened over the electric lights
which gave the room a warm effec
The programs had little red hatch
ets on them and were tied with pin
pie ribbon. Brennan's orchestra furn
ished splendid music and waltzes, two
steis and Paul Jones' were danced
during the evening. Delicious punch
was serv ed.
Seventy-seven couples attended the
dance and JG5. or $70 was realized for
the playground fund. T"je Mircess of
this dance as well as the other dances
and gray bunting was used In the there by Mrs. Mathllde Cobbe. All
decorations and black and gold rib- who went had a most enjoyable treat,
bons were tied from the chandeliers The following were the guests of Rev.
nt each end of the hall. After the Meurer: Mesdames Fowler and Thos.
basket Kill game between Bisbee and Dowrtck, Misses iNeyp and Clara
Douglas the regular dance of tho , Downey. Elizabeth Carreto, Victoria
school took place. The visitors from Crogovich, Florence Sutton, Holeu
Douglas added to the pleasure of the
occasion and the young people had a
A very Interesting contest Is being
carried out at the Woman's club In
the shape of bridge whist. Two teams
have been organized under the lead
ership of Mesdames Coles and Vlall.
These two teams are playing against
each other In a series of afternooub
and at the end of the contest the
Flanlgan, Helen McCarthy, Grace
Downing, Mary Kelme, and Messrs.
Joseph Eldon, Thos. Dowrlck Thos.
McCusber. John Cullen, John Fowler,
Thos. Kelley. Arthur Cunningham,
Fred Cowan, Jack O'Conner.
The educational and missionary de
partment of the Woman's lea
gue, of the Presbyterian church
met Wednesday af,ternuon at
two thirty I n tho church.
Mrs. L. L. Miner conducted the study
class and made the subject "Our
Spanish Speaking Neighbors" very
interesting. She impressed upon her
hearers the Idea that our neighbors
in need are our neighbors lude?d. The
next meeting will be held at tho Pres.
losers will entertain the winners. A
of the season was due to the untiring 'prize will also be given to the one 1 byterian church the third Wednesdny
efforts of the following committee: ! having the highest score. The yel-
E. M. Cox, Chairman, U C. Jackson, lows, headed by Mrs. Coles are: Mes
I. F. Burgess, Thos. Blair, and Dan dames Thompson, Peabody, Roberts.
LEAP YEAR DANCE
LaBt Monday evening the Odd Fel
lows hall was the scene of a merry
Leap Year dance. The young women
i of Bisbee were determined that their
I dance should not be found wanting
' la beauty. The sober hall had been
made bright by flags and pictures of
I George Washington. Litle hatchets
had been strung from the corners of
the hall and over the lights at the
side small flags bad been crossed.
'The center lights I were shaded with
1 dark red paper, which gave the room
a soft, mellow light. In the left hand
"corner a cedar treo was placed and a
full moon peeped through the branch
es. J The programs carried out the leap
'ear idea. They were hand painted
I nd bore a boy jumping across the
water with a girl behind him with a
lasso. The girls also asked for al
mo8t all the dances and the men were
i given the privilege of asking for on
I ly one. The music was furnished by
, Gilbert Maston's orchestra and was
I very good. During the evening an
1 old fashioned moonlight dance was
i enjoyed. The lights were turned low
j'and the mellow light of the moon
made an effective .scene. A fruit
, punch was served and the red cher
1 rles gae still further the Idea of
K. P. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Tho Knights of Pythias held their
ifoijtymlnth anniversary , celebration
Tuesday night. A program had been
arranged and the Grand Chancellor,
W. G. Gllmore of Tombstone was to
havo been the speaker of the evening.
But an engagement at Tucson pre
vented Mr. Gilmore from attending
the meeting. CMrs. J J. Harrington
sang a solo which was a feature of
the program. The rest of the even
ing was spent in dancing, the music
being furnished by Brennan's orches
tra. During the evening punch was
served to the dancers and at ten thir
ty an elaborate banquet was served.
I Bledsoe. Jullff, Pearce, Flora, High
Wattles, Grayson and Haw-ley. Tn
whites with Mrs. Vlall as leader are:
Mesdames Philbrook, Coover, Lynn,
Campbell, Hollis, Pearson, Burgess,
McKee, O'Brien, I.add and Stirling.
A booklet has been ghen the mem
bers as a year book. This contains
the names of the officers and mem
bers, and includes all the dates of the
year This has been prepared by
Mrs. N. C. Bledsoe, the president of
The next regular meeting of the
club will be held Friday, March 1st at
3 o'clock. Prof. C. F. Philbrook will
give the talk of the afternoon after
a business meeting. His subject will
be "The Retarded Child."
Mrs. Gerald Sherman was the hos
tess Mondoy afternoon at an Informal
tea in honor of Miss Hawkins, of
New Orleans, who was visiting Mrs.
Fry on Quality Hill. Only the ladles
of the neighborhood had been invit
ed to meet Miss Hawkins and the
affair was delightfully informal.
In March. Mrs. George Bridge will
conduct the study class.
Tho ladles of tho Episcopal guild
held their regular business meeting
at the home of Mrs. Brown In War
ren on Tuesday afternoon. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Bennett.
The St. Catharine's Aid society and
the Catholic 1-adies Altar society will
meet next Thursday at two o'clock
with Mrs. W. II. Brophj. This is tho
regular business meeting of the societies.
Y W. C. A. Notes
The Baptist Indies' Aid society,
held its regular meeting Thursday
afternoon at two o'clock at the
church. After the business ot the
Mrs. AV. E. McKee entertained
Thtirartn nflnrnnnn Ht hi. IinniM In
Lowell at a bridge party. Her guests j meeting had been transacted the lad
were the members of the old Wednes. Mes spent the time in making aprons
day afternoon club, which is not or
ganized at present. The idea of
"Washington's birthday was earthed
out in the score cards, refreshments
and prizes. About twenty guests en
joyed the afternoon.
The ladles of the Methodist church
gav a Washington's birthday box
party at the social hall Thursday even
ing at seven-thirty. Some of the hos
tesses were dressed In colonial cos-
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the Country club Monday to several , , faEhLone fme !!2
of her friends. Covers were laid for ; Played and every one had a good
six and tho table had for its decora- '"me- e -adleii bro ugut boxes and
tion a vase ot jonquils which gave a gentlemen bought the boxes and
pleasing touch of color. After a on the inside was found the name of
tempting four course luncheon the ' the owner and she was his partner
ladles spent a pleasent hour In con--jror supper. .
The following ladlus enjoved Mrs-," ! The members of St. Patrick's Chor-1 curs tho regular eloction of those
MIsb Elizabeth Jones, the retiring
general secretary of the Y. W. C. A.
and Miss Carlota Moyer, who Is tak
ing the work, together with Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Davis of the Y. M. C. A.,
will entertain the ministers of the
city and their wives for luncheon
Monday night. If weather permits,
will occur the formal opening M the
playground on Quality hill. Indoor
base ball, olley ball and other games
are the attractions offered to any fine
who cares to attend. The young wo
men are enthusiastic and this prom
ises to be one of the most attractive
things offered this spring.
Thursday evening, the 29, the
fourth annual banquet of the Y. W.
C. A. will be served at seven o'clock
in the Presbyterian church. All those
who are invited to attend are asked to
meet at the Y. W. C. A. The annual
rcrort of all work will be made by the
secretary and this will be followed
by a program of short talks and mu
sic. The board members hold office
j lor luree jears um at wi .wu u-
About fifty couple participated In I Curry's hospitality: Mesdames Sims. , al club were given a pleasent outing whose term or onice iias exjmeu.
. ihnrAnd n. the t.hlM had been . llllams. GUison. Clarey and Miss on the 22nd by Uev. W. E. Meurer. esper service will be held .at 4 .-0
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tumo.l the voun,- women did their I Elizabeth Jones. iThoy went to tne coooe rancn ai,w '"J""- ?'-'?,": '7n
bent in mal-e the evenlne one to be I Hereford, Arizona, some of the party cor of tne episcopalian uum.,, ...
membere'd6 "the"'"5 masculine Friday afternoon Mrs. Frank Jullff going In a bus and others on horse- ! be the ,p.r. A " arc
'friends. The men gallantly, respond- entertained at a fancy work party In back. A delightful dlnuer was served Invited to attend this meeting.
ed to their efforts and declared that i honor ot Miss Carlota Moyer and - "
.the dance was a splendid success. Miss Elizabeth Jones, who expects to taTm wag0ns In which the Indian 'lodge B. P. O. Elks will have a blrth-
Tho following young ladles com- return to ner nome in iow. me ursi ban(1 was seated. Then came an auto day. It was orgamzeu anu iu ui-
Your account, Large or Small, will Receive our
careful and courteous attention-
posed the committee In charge:
of March. A number of ladles who
which a pair of Egyptian ter Issued just ten years ago and pre-
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Misses Cook. Tonn Toles. Anglus, are interested in tne vorlo ot tne y. , m.rmIll, va(i ien erected, under tne paratlons for a suitame ceieurauun
Shadbolt. Kehoe, and Mrs. Pearce. W. C. A. enjoyed Mrs. JulifTs hospl- gnadow ot which a number of wiso of the anniversary are already ueinh
Their hospitality and attention mane taltty lor me auernoon.
the dance one to be remembered.
THE ELK'S DANCE
IN BISBEE LODGE WORLD
Synopsis Of The Week's News Of The
Orders And Societies Of The City
I men of the east were holding a coun-' made. Beyond the fact that it will
hi rf war ' take the form of a smoker and will bo
Following this came a halt dozen ' worthy or the occasslon no announce
blc cars loaded with fez-topped pas-lment has yet been made. The enter
sengers and then another machine I talnment committee has still ample
carryin- the zobo band. ' With one ! time to perfect its plans and one of
end onthe rear of a float and the the jolliest ever held by the local or
other on a pair of mowing machine ( der.
wheels came a telegrapn poie asinuu
t .kt.h .A,i. .tin tvrnc 1I1:p hlnrk-blrds it ia n-aii in nrlvnnro nf the tfnio
The girls of the High school gave i . Th b nave passcd tna, ha, been set tor the opening ot
the Knights of Columbus home out
the committee that has charge of the
bazaar that Is to be given at that time
has already begun its work and thl
and various remarks ot his admirers i that committee is carrying on dill
surrounded him. i gently. The ample time that exists
' .. n.tn la i rfrfliifapn in
this and when the time comes for tho
holding of the bazaar a better state
of preparation than the ordinary will
be found. Costructlon work is prog
ressing rapidly and the concrete for
The Shrlners will give a dance at
the Country club on Friday evening,
March. S. The nobles are asked to
n Thr,if,v ovonine thp Elk's ' remember their lezis. ADout roe.
club gave Its regular monthly danco ' hundred invitations will be sent out
lit the Elks ball. It was nxea jor.auu mis iuiuisca ... .-w "
Washington's hlrthdar to commemo-1 cessful dance.
late the day. and also to establish
the nucleus o' a fund for the cblld
ran'a Tln vfrnnnil. for whteh a dona
tion has been promised by one of the the High scnooi miiiuing. aruwai . . anotner ,lne of cars and among
. these was seen ono grotesque charac
ter who seemed to enjoy th riding.
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a very pretty dance last evening at i troublesome days follow
the Hich school building. Cardinal ; l"r?us"u." , .. ,, mnnB
Following the parade the brethren
held an important secret session.
. Elkdom is right in the midst of a
warm campaign. At the meeting last
Tuesday nominations were In order
and were made but that does not the first story of the handsome struc
At next meeting of the Odd Fellows
delegates will be selected to attend
the annual convention and state grand
lodge at Douglas which is to be held
1 in April. The close proximity ox
the convention city or tr.e year to m.
beo lends special interest to the grand
lortpp locally and In addition to tho
delegates It is certain that there will
be a large attendance ot uaa euows
from this city, some going by train
and others by automobile. Douglas is
already making preparations for this
meeting and the importance or tne
event for Odd Fellows throughout
the state can hardly be overestimated
while for this particular section Its
importance Is overshadowing.
Shrlners from all parts ot Arizona
i were gathered at Phoenix last week
j for the annual conclave. Describing
'the 'first day or tho great gathering
1 the Gazette says:
I With their annual ball tonight at
the Arizona School of Music, the cere
omnlal session ot the Shrlners will
come to a close after one of the most
successful meetings In the history ot
the order. A ladles' entertainment
was ield this afternoon.
All day yesterday and last night tho
Shrlners had their fun. What they
did Inside the temple Is not known.
Last evening the unfortunate novices
In humiliating costumes and adorned
! preclude further nominations in ad
vance of the casting ot ballots which
will occur at the regular meeting on
March 5. The nominations thus far
made are Exalted Ruler, James M.
Ball and Thomas Dolan; Esteemed
ture has been injured.
On Friday night the Loyal Order of
Moose held its regular meeting and
once more there was a good class in
attendance to take initiation. The
Leading Knight. Walter D. Davis: Es- Imembershln contest that is in progress
teemed Loyal Knight. Hartwell Now-! is highly successful and there still re-
ell and Charles Bear; Esteemed Lec
turing Knight, I. F. Burgess; Secre
tary, T. O. McGrath, E. M. Cox, and
G. O. Rhoades; Treasurer, John IL
Watson; Tiler, Samuel Inge; Trustee,
Lemuel Overlock. It will be noticed
that there are three candidates foi
with shackles and chains, were par- secretary and this bids fair to be J
aded through the downtown section
and many residents nJoyed the
The procession was well arranged
and the red lights added to the scene.
It was an automobile procession, the
machines being attired In banners and
the occupants armed with fuses that
gave an attractive illumination as the
A machine bearing the banner ot
EI Zarlbah temple led the parade, and
ft was followed by a car tailing two
the most Interesting contest of all.
Other oflices have two candidates and
it Is reported that still other candi
dates aro In the fleld and will be nom
inated at the time ot the election. A
letter has been prepjared and sent out
to the members of 671 showing the
financial conditions and the progress
made during the year which reflects
great credit upon the present offlcen
and their management.
During tho coming month Bisbee
mains practically three weeks of it
for the present dispensation does not
expire until March IS. But at this It
It Is up to would-be Moose to hurry if
they would take advantage of the pre
sent opportunity or reduced initiation
fee for the similar opportunity may be
a long time presenting Itself to them
again either here or elsewhere. At
the meeting on Friday night It was an
nounced that a- luncheon would bo
served at the homo on Main street
today from noon until 2:30 p. m.
At the meeting of the Woodmen of
the World held last week there were
three new members taken In. Initia
tion has become tho regular order of
business since the present contest in
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