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TftE BISBEE DAILY REV IfiW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING,
NOTED MEN TO
SPEAK IN Cm
FRITZI SCHEFF ANNOYED BECA USE PAPERS
STUDY WEIGHT
DISCUSS HER TROUBLES WITH HUSBAND
10 MEASURES
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OCTOBER 3, 1912 I 1
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Attorney General Bullari
Senator Worsley and S.
B. Bradner to Make
Addresses Sunday
committees" n a m e d
Geprge l'uroy Bullard. state attor.
Jiey general. Senator Wciraley of Pima
county, and Sam B. Bradner, ot Ben
son, -speaker of the Arizona hou?e ot
representatives, will speak in Blsbee
Sunday evening on the Costcllo lot
on Main street In advocacy or tho
adoption ot the laws that have been
roforred to tho people for a vote in
the November election.
The sneaking will be under the
auspices 'at the" Busiti-iw Men's Pro.
tecMVe aseoc'atlori and toe announcc
et of the speaklBg engagement i
mde Uy tbM organization lMt J
aUt fter meeting of the jw-oela-j
Trio to Cme te BtVlHtV.
tO'lmtaattite tcWKrai-M rorrc,' '
HP bfcUsm tfeo: wrei3n3 . ,
aworBsrioa. the cnMnt of hc '
ter bad. Be FaSfr-aJrfi yt r-- !j
V received a t"-feram trooi m- ' .
jsranner paying iaaw. in trio,! sw& ;-..
nrs woM be t. atoak la Blub?
Bmuioy evening. Tbft. tUr mis
pbtced before a special laeeltnp: of ,
the aaaoetatteN hrid at its headucari-!
en. ki the MHtai taiTdtag7 fast
night. Committees to prepere fflr!
the speaking mm! to entetMtfa the j
sneakors were namtd and Uwt speak. i
ers were advised by telegtaah that
arrangements for tho wnjiJli fad j
becn made, jt . &
Committees Nam
15 The following committees were
Innraed: .
t Finance committee: W. D. Evans,
C. M. Henkel and C. W. Ruth.
! Publicity committee: C. W- Allen,
,W. A. Schwartz, J. II. Gray, "and A.
V. Parker.
J Arrangements rommlttee- J. R,
iHenderson, E. L. Crocker, R L. Liv
ingston. Reception committee: F. J. Vaughn,
M. Newman. W. G. Hubbard, Gus
Hickey and J. L. Brophy.
. The first place selected for the
meeting was the Central school camp
'is but after the meeting: adjourned
The Review was informed that the!
Costello lot, on Main street, fn front
of Hogan & Seed's place had been
selected as being more centrally lo
cated. Lauds Srml-Monthly Pay Day.
The following committee was named
to draw up resolutions thanking the
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Frltzi SefceT. lie r'l'.nng little
prima dona, ts said to be much an
noyed because the newspapers have
so freely discussed the differences
voluntarilyjnstituling the semi-month-iy
pay dnj; C. M. Hnnkel, C. W. Al
len and E. L. Crocker. The motion
to authorize the resolutions was
amended to include the three speak
ers who will speak in advocacy of
the semi-monthly pay day and other
bills that have been referred.
The three speakers will be at Doug
las Saturday night and will arrive in
Bisbee the following day to speak
here Sunday evening at S o'clock. The
association will Tiold a special meet
ing at its headquarters in the Mu
helm building Monday evening at 8
o'clock. President Ben Frankenberg
urges all members to attend as im
portant business will come before the
meeting "".nd by vote every member
present at 'ast nights meeting was
rtlUl scheff.
she haa had with her novelist-phllos-opher-husband.
Miss Scheff has part
ed with him, not because she doesn't
love him, but for the reason that
she cannot bring herself to quit the
footlights while he cannot bear to
leave the quiet and peace of his Vir
ginia country home.
"There Is no bitterness between
them," declares a friend, "not a bit.
They are perfectly loyal to each
other. Mr. Fox will not attempt to
oppose anything his wife wishes to
do. When her divorce action is filed
he wjll not fight It. They are two
sensible people, and their separation,
to them. Is the most practical way of
adjusting the difference caused by
their temperaments."
Calumet & Arizona Mining company, constituted committees of one to get
me snattuck company ana otners rorjout a fulpatfenaance.
Love That Endures.
Remember, that there Is sometimes
a fine love that never leaves a man's
heart. It stays and waits! Man
chester Union.
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to the man who knows that he
knows what he wants; to the man
who "has a notion" of what he
wants and to the man who comes
here and frankly states that he
wants "to see everything" before
buying.
We suggest if you want
suggestions; we have what you
want and show it to you when
requested; or, we give you the
opportunity of profiting by our
experience if you care to.
No "forcing," no "switch
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thrr?.tisry yoG m a larger" measure than
' - ever hci&re. ' We're representatives of
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that fact enables us to show any garment
" any man wants; it gives us the distinct
advantage of being prepared for every
man's fancies.
We don't know of a service so com
plete; we haven't discovered a system so
satisfying; we're certain that a full appre
ciation of these advantages will come from
an inspection of these clothes.
Kugpenheimer Suits From $lS9 To'
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City' Sealer and City Attor
ney to Acquaint Them
selves Thoroughly with
New State Law
SCALES TO BE TESTED
City Sealer of Weights and Meas
ures John T. Quick is busy acquaint
ing himself with the provisions of
the state weights and measures law,
under the guidance of City Attorney
Edward J. Flanigan. He has not yet
received his testing apparatus, arid
the meantime he will devote to In
forming himself as to the provisions
of the law, and conferring with mer
chants of the city regarding the op
eration of the law.
"We do not Intend to do anything
until we know where we are, and
we do not Intend to do anyone an
injustice," he said, "It will be several
weeks before the apparatus arrives,
and in that time 1 will personally call
on the merchants and confer with
them on the carrying out of the
weights and measures law.
Law to Be Studied
"I believe that .there are few who
wilfully commit the wrongs that the
law is aimed qt, and that the main
thing in getting the law into opera
tion will be to have tho law thor
oughly understood iy the people."
The apparatus foe testing weights
and measures consists of numerous
pieces, and costs aproxlmately KoO.
The order for it has been placed by
the city with a Troy, N. Y. house.
Blanks for records and reports
have been received by Mr, Quick, to
gether with instructions from the
state inspector of, weights and meas
ures. The enforcement of the law
with reference to meters will be und
er the direction of the.stato corpora
tion commission.
Testing Apparatus
The testing apparatus of the oifice
of city sealer ot weights and meas
ures consists of the following: port
able balance, balance stand, set of
liquid measures, set of nickel-plated
weights, steel type measure, seal,
press, lead seals, gummed seals, coa
demnlng tags, certificate books, dry
measure gauge, sealing clamp die:),
pocket spirit level, eight-Inch and
quarter-Inch steel , stamps, pilars.
punches, set of avoirdupois weights.
set or gram wejgnts, g(ass graduates,
set of apothecary ,, weights, twenty
fifty-pound test weights, etc.
All testing aparatua will be sent
to the offl.ee of ie state inspector
once a year for comparison with the
state standards, w,hich are compared
with the national standards once in
ten years or oftenpr. .Mr. Quick is
also collector for the garbage serv
ice, which occupies a part of hia
time.
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CLHBY WILL TAKE
STUMP MKAUFOBl
Speaker Will iMalce Address
Tonight at El Centro in
Support pf Wilson .
W. B. Clearj' left yesterday after
noon for El Cfntro, CaL, where he
will speak tonight in support of
Woodrow Wilson and Thomas Mar
shall for president and vice president
of the United States of America.
Some time ago Mr. Cleary was re
quested to lend his talents to the na
tional committee, to which he replied
affirmatively and Tuesday he was ad
vised by the national committee that
his itinerary for California would be
under tho direction of the California
state commttee and yesterday ho
was advised by the California com
mittee that he was expected to open
his California campaign at El Centro
tonight.
A. El Centro, which is in the fer
tile Imperial valley, Mr. Cleary will
receive his itinerary and will go
where it leads him. He.wlll also
campaign for the democratic ticket
In other western states' and will be
on his tour for three weeks or a
month probably.
COLLECTIONS FOR MONTH
Collections amounting to $10,498.91
were reported by City Collector Bas
sett Watkins for the month of Sep
tember. Items in the" list of coHec
tlons are as follows: saloon license.
$3,750; real and personal property
tax for 1912, $580; scavenger col
lections, $360;. police court fiaes.
$419r cemetery, J2S2.56: collection
for grave care at the cemetery, which
now accrue to the city, amounted to
$23.75.
RECENT ARRIVALS
Born to Mr. and .Mrs. Henry, Cost
ley, of Warren, a girl; to Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Benko. of Jlggervllle, a girl,
to Mr. and Mrs. E. White, of Opera
Drive, a girl.
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HELIABLE
GAS
RANGES
Do You Cook?
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Have you considered wha. the use of a modern Gas
Range would mean to you?
With a Gas Range, Cooking is
a relaxation never a drudge
It is built especially to enable economy in the prepara-'-tion
of food for the table. At the' same time the
women of the family will secure comfort in the sum
mer and convenience the year around . V . v
Come in and look over our line of "RELIABLE
Gas Appliances.
You will find coat
and terms for ap
pliances and pip
ing reasonable.
ASK FOR AN
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Price $17.50
Bisbee Improvement Co,
FAIR COMMISSIONER
PLAN IS OESIREO
Secretary Gray of Commer
cial Club Believes Appoint
ment Will Help Interests
When the board of supervisors
meets next Monday they will find
that one of those mentioned as a fair
commissioner is working for another
of the three, though he is quite wil
ling to do his part In helping toward
an exhibit that will excel anything
heretofore shown at Phoenix.
This Is Joe Gray, of tho Commer
cial club, who considers that the ap
pointment of cither of the other men
mentioned is preferable, since they
are in closer touch with tho agricul
tural communities of the county.
"For some months," said Secre
tary Gray, "I have advocated the ap
pointment of a fair commissioner. At
the outset I favored Ed Grindcll, of
Douglas. He has an automobile, and
can easily get about among farmers
and ranchers, and arrange for, the
speedy collection of an exhibit lie-
has been boosting agriculture in the
Sulphur Springs valley for years;
ind the ranchers now know him well.
! consider Ed Grindell eminently fit
ted for this work. Larry McCoart is
another good -suggestion. Up around
Wtllcox he could do especially well
a gathering an exhibit, but Grindcit
-. 'th his automobile is zay ckolee.
'No matter who is named, I will
nsslst all In my power as to a mineral
exhibit, and in any other way that
he appointee may ask my aid. The
nain thing is to get a good display
ogether quickly, and I trust the,
board will act on that idea. I shall
write them asking that the names
at the others be considered, and that
I be left from the reckoning."
TAB ON THE MOON
The street lights burned 20S hours
and 43 minutes during September; ac
cording to the tab kept on the moon
by City Marshal Watkins. The
longest "shltt" ot the lights was 9
hours and 40 minutes on the night ot
September 17, and tho shortest was
2 hours and 10 minutes, from Sep
tember 23 to 27 Inclusive.
WORK AT CEMETERY
WAR SCARE AFFECTS MARKETS
nERUX, Oct. 2. German banks
have refused jto extend credit to
any ot the Balkan states. Bulgaria,
however, foreseeing this, has been ac
cumulating gold for some time. The
war scare affected all the markets
today.
FINED FOR REBATING
The monthly report of O. B. Thom
as, city sexton, ehows much work
done on tho cemetery during tho
month of September. In addition
to the digging of 12 new graves and
the filling In of 19 old graves. 1,200
feet or roadway was cleared off, ;new
basins were dug around 200 shade
trees, and every shade tree In the
cemetery was watered twelve times
during the month.
TO RE-ROOF CITY BARN
The city barn will bo re-roofed,
under the direction of Street Super
intendent Lorenzo Wright He has
been authorized to go ahead with
the work. The roof will bd of .gal
vanized Iron. The condition of "the
present roof is very bad, and during
the summer enough hay has been lo3t
by damage from rain to pay for a
new roof. It is said. trv '
DIFFICULT TO GET JURY
SALEM. Mass., Oct. 2. Four Ju
rors have been chosen for the trial
of Ettcr. GiovannitU and Caruso, the
three, charged with being responsible
for the murder or Anna Lopizzo, dur
ing the Lawrence (Mass.) textile
strike last winter, when a venire of
330 talesmen was exhausted late to
day. Judge Quinn ordered" adjourn
ment of the case to October 14.
NEW YORK. Oct 2. W. O. Devine,
freight agent at Cincinnati for .tho
Chesapeake & Ohio, pleaded guilty
today to giving rebates, and' was
fined $15,000.
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a now s imsr e
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo. O. .
We. the undersigned, havo known F. j.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and bcllcvo
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his (Inn.
NATIONAL BASIL OF COMMEItCC,
Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally,
acting directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Prlc 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists. a
TaJto Hall's Family nils for consUpvJon.
TEDDY ARRIVES IN NEW YORK
.N'EW YORK. Oct 2. Colonel
Itoosevelt. havlnlg concluded his
western and southern tour, arJved
In New Ydrk shortly after '1 o'rlofR
today. He' was met at the station
by a number of progressrves.
Eyes Examined and Glasses fitted
for All Refractive Errors and Mus
cular Troubles.
Dr. F. D. Rockefeller
Optometrist
Hegl3tered by Examlntlon lu
New York, Minnesota and Arizona
THE ONE PRICE STORE.
C. M. HENKEL. Mar.
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Who Will Be Queen of Arizona?
GOOD FOR ONE THOUSAND VOTES.
When properly filled put and accompanied by or.o dollar this
coupon is good for 1000 votes fo.r Queen of Arizona,
' Secretary State Fair, phoo nix, Arizona. PIcaso tnUr " this"
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