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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISREE, ARIZOKAT THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1912
POPULAR NURSSSY RHYME THESE DAYS
When You're Tempted to Buy
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Commercial Club Boosts
Flan to Secure Breath
ing Spot for Boys and
'Girls of Bisbce
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PUT UP TO COUNCIL
Whether Hlsbeo will tko Its posl
tKn with the most prosrcs&lve of
cities hy Installing a playground for
the children, fully equipped with np
rsratnti that wou?d mako It the most
attractive of plnci-s for tin little
folk is' the question that has been put
up totho city council by th Com
mercial club. That cean'sr.tion Img
asked, the council to furule'i the kite
:ind has agreed to look utter t!io
equipment. If the council acts as re
quested the children of Hbshee will
haie a. park, of their own before
One of thj directors at the Com
mercial club who Is Interested espe
cially In the children's playground
project made the above statement to
a representative ot The Beview yes
terday following the request mado to
the city council that It pans a resolu
tion taking over the old cemetery for
the "purposes of park and playground.
Speaking on this subject he explained
how the matter Flood so far ns the
Club Is concerned and the feeling in
the city as he sees It He declares
that there Is more need for some
thing of, the kind in this city than
ordinarily and that ho was confident
that the people of the city would
warmly support the project.
Lack of Room Shown.
He called pttentlon to the number
of children seen playing In and about
the streets dally. The Jack of room
about the majority of homes for chil
dren to play, the danger that at
tended life and -limb from conditions
as they now are. Biting the death ot
a little child run down on O. K. trail
but a few months ago and numerous
escapes that seem marvelous. The
children are not to-be blamed nor are
the parents, he said, for there is no
other placo for the children. The
whole people are at fault for not fur
nishing more places for thn little
ones to exercise and enjoy thorn-
selves. He added that by removing
the graves from the old cemetery to
the new a tightly p'ace would be
made 'nstead of an unsightly one so
that the municipal improvement would
be a double one.
May Take Over Cemetery.
The law under which the plnrsround
site may be obtained, he stated, puts
it in the power of a city council to
take over a graveyard, abandoned, Jiy
the passage of a resolution to that
effect Thi is under chapter 7S of
the laws ot 1903. A second provision
makes It mandatory for a townslte
trustee to turn such property over to
the municipality for public purposes
after such a reso'ntlon. The munici
pality has to remove, at its own ex
pense, the bodies from the oH grave
yard to the new. This Is the ex
nense Bisbee v:Ill be put to In ob
taining a park anl plavgrounj. The
lives and"- health of the children are
what will' be purchased at this price.
Wants Project Completed.
- While playgrounds are at all tlniis
needed, that need 13 greatest when
school Is not la session nnd the days
are filled with idleness. Now the
children are off the street fcr many
hours. In the spring and summer thoy
have no place else to p- The Com
mercial club Is-therefore anxious that
the present winter shall see the pro
ject It is backing completed.
"It is time for. the people generally
to get behind the project," said Sec
retary Gray of the club. "Let them
show the council that tiere Is a real
demand for the playground. Lt them
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cial club with letters nnd so obtain
an early favorable action. The club
will keep plugging at it but would
appreclato the general assistance of
Everyone Should Help.
"If every father and every mother
who has a child hoy desire tc keep
off the streets wj.li writ to the coun
cil they will 8D"n see tbeir way clear
to take the action. Since It will re
quire a little expenditure It Is but
natural that the city officials should
have taken the course they have, to
investigate more fully before taking
action and passing the requisite reso
lution. There would be no trouble
in obtaining the signatures of a ma
jority of 'he property owners but that
Is not necessary and letters sent In
by parents of children will answer
quite as well. I believe."
The playground could at once bo
placed on the open space In front of
the Central school, a member of the
playground committee states, but the
committer is seeking to obtain a sec
ond nlace for the young folks to gath
er and would take up that proosition
only if it be impossible to make two
playgrounds where there is now only
THE BANK OF BISBEE
a financial institution devoted to bus
lness service for its patrons.
An institution that invites your ac
count and your general banking bus
iness because It has proven its abili
ty to meet tlie needs of its customers
more than the ordinary banking facil
ities and service.
4 per cent on savings.
Safe Deposit Boxes for Kent.
THE BANK OF BISBEE
Carriage and wagon painting. Ijo
well paint shop. Mason Bldg. Adver-
follow up the request of the Commer- tlsement.
Mrs. Ttufus nreen, sister of Dr.
Harry Iteese. is ill of pneumonia, at
the C. & A. hospital.
George Vapdewater. who underwent
an operation at the C. & A. hospital
recently wan taken to his homo In
Moon canyon ystenlay.
Brief Local Items
Ladies Aid to Meet
The Ladles Aid society ot the
Methodist church will meet this af
ternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs.
George Forey. of upper Tombstone
canyon. All members are requested
In attend, at Imsiness of lmnortanco
' will t- ronenf-tml
H. K. Street of the Boqulllas Land
and Cattle company, and Mrs. Street
were In the city yesterday and re
turned to Hereford In a new Stude
baker "'30" purchased yesterday from
the Ulsbee agency.
- Mrs. P. M. Bean is III at the Cop
per Queen hospital.
Billy Bennett of Benson was n vis
itor In the city yesterday.
Mrs. Verfpth nnd baby son left the
C. &. A. hospital yesterday for their
home In the city.
W. A. Schwartz and Joe Downs,
with a party of their friends. leave
today for the Huachucas on a deer
hunting expedition, to be" away for
At the Copper Queen: J. D. Bow
en. IjOU Angeles; M"r. and Mrs. H. K.
Street Hereford; Rpbert Spiegel.
New York; II. Logan, Denver; It. C.
Basya, Ishpemlng, Mich. L. Colin.
Now York; 0. K. Woodworth. St
louts; A. W. Douglas. San Francisco:
U Meesner, jos Angeles; Ben Sneed,
Douglas; F. It. Williams and wife.
At the Philadelphia: U N.
Schock; M. A. McGrath. Tombstone:
W. M. Powell. Tpmlistone; Mary I.
Gebbs, Denver. Colo.; Sam Shipler,
El Paso, Texas.
J. D. Bowen, state demonstrator of
the Studcbakcr corporation, has re
turned to hir headquarters here after
a stay of a week at Tucson.
Ben Sneed of Douglas was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Officer Walter Brooks, who has .been
ill at the C. & A. hospital, following
an operation fr appendicitis, is rap
idly recovering and will be taken to
his home on O. K. street today.
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SUFFRAGE GIVES TALK
Wife Beater Escapes
A hurry call for an officer was sent
In to police headquarters last night
at & o'cIocR. and City Marshal Bas
set Watklns and Constable l nomas
responded, but when they reached
Dubacher Canyon, wnence tne can
came, the man woo is alleged to nave
whipped his wife hail gone and he
could not bo found. The woman a
ecreams nau aiarmeu me neiguoor-
hood, but she was not badly hurt.
Marv L; GefTs, of Denver, Colo,
sioke in the post offifllce plaza last
night to a good-sized crowd in ad
vocacy of woman suffrage. She Is a
soclalln and advocated equal suffrage
as a plank In the socialist platform,
together with other planks of that
party's platform but she also ndvo
cated equal suffrage on its per e
The speaker told of the operation
of equal suffrage in the state or Colo
rado and Its relation to the social
women's Voting a Success.
She declared that the contention
that equal suffrage would place n
dangerous weapon In the hands of the
underworld had not stood the prac
tical test In that state, where the wo
men of the sub-strata did not vote
unless they were compelled, to bv
the' police. Sho declared that equal
suffrage had; worked so successfully
In Colorado that even the men would
now unite against any effort to tako
the right of suffrage from women.
Talks on Social Evil.
The speaker dealt with the social
evil from the socialist standpoint, de
claring that it was an economic prob
lem and that a large majority of the
so-called "bad women" were made
"bad" by present intolerable econom
ic conditions, Mary U. Geffs is not
a talented orator but a positive mat-ter-of-factness
about her address gave
her remarks a peculiar appeal. She
was given respectful attention by a
crowd composed almost entirely of
men but like previous efforts here, she
fa.Ied to arouse any enthusiasm for
, equal- suffrage.
Mexican Falls off? Wall
An unidentified Mexican fell from
the wall in front of the Arizona bar
on Naco road early last night, and
was picked up unconscious on the
railroad right-of-way and taken to the
Copper Queen dispensary, where his
injuries were treated. It was at first
thought that the man was dead, but
he revived when he reached the dis
pensary, although he suffered several
painful injuries. .
Morrison Goes to Douglas
United States Attorney J. E. Mor
rison went to Douglas yesterday
morning to attend the hearing of the
soldiers and secret service agents
who are alleged to have entered n
Douglas hotel Sunday morning with
out due legal process. The -hearing
was postponed. ' Mr. Morrison will
return to Blsbee this morning.
paring the i
ihotogra ph with the phu
tself, y ou've had a
sense of disappo intment. A clev
er artist or photographer can almost turn
cactus plant into a rose bush. That's why so
many "worth $50.00 Suits" in a catalog look like $15.00
when you see the suit itself. The best way to buy is
to" see the goods for themselves. To test for fabric, fit
and finish before you pass along your money.- This store does not appeal for your
patronage on the basis of local pride, but on our ability to serve. Come let us
show you our stocks. You'll find it better and more satisfactory than buying from
pictures. Our stocks are practically complete. r' '
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STREET DRESSES A collection
many attractive examples of high-class
tailoring in natty little dresses for
street and shopping wear, made of char
meuse, serge, etc. Prices range from
SUITS Enormous assort
ment of Ladies tailored suits in serges,
whipcords, two-toned fabrics, eponge.
vetour cloths, etc., in plain and fancy
color effects; all the ' n e w charming
styles, cutaway, round corners, etc.,
"Y" Board Meets
The board of directors of the Y.
M. a A. held its first meeting since
the summer hiatus, Tuesday evening
at the association building. The busi
ness of the meeting, was of a routine
nature, and another meeting will be
held on the thfrd Monday of the
present month at which plans for
the winter will bo made. A physical
director has been selected, and he
is expected to arrive In the city this
week, when plan for gymnasium
work will be mad
A Church Wedding
ai x ociock last menu in wo uap-
tist church in this city, !iss Sarah I
K. Mayhall, of Douglas, and Mr. Earl I
D. Hammack, of this city, were I
joined In wedlocktby Rev. J. w. Ep
perly. Mr. Hammack recently came
to Bisbee to reside, and yesterday be
gan business on Main street. lie
formerly resided in Douglas, where
the courtship which culminated last
night began. Only a few friends
were present 51r. Hammack already
has made many friends In Bisbee who
will wish himself, and bride success
P. J. Vaughn, Harry Jennings and
M. J. Sullivan, who attended the
meeting ot the state committee at
Afternoon dresses Clever dA
signs in semi-dressy one-piece garments
for afternoon wear, charmeuse and
light weight woolens, over drapes and
fancy styles, in all the new charming
soft tones for fall and winter, a great
collection; selling from $15.00 to
EVENING GOWNS American adapt
tion of foreign models in all their be
wildering beauty is awaiting your in
spection. Never before have we ga
thered so well as this season, made of
laces, fancy chiffons, charmeuse, robe
effects, jeweled, etc. Prices $35.00 to . .
ui i prices $15.00 to pov.uui
NEW COATS Thftfft arp mnnv nlfinN
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ing innovations in coats this season in
three-quarter and full-length models,
also the popular Johnny Coat, in the
mixtures and two-toned effects and
chinchilla? with the plain and plaid
backs, serges and wide wale diagonals.
ii etc., prices $10.00 ta $35.00i
EW SKIRTS All the late models arc
here, made of serge; wide wale diagon
als, whipcords, ec, in grays, tans,
blacks, navies and; browns, many new
features this season; front and side
plaits, postillion backs 'in strictly, tail-
i ored enects; prices iyb.w to
Phoenix, have returned to the dis
trict and have been telling how It
happened. Mr. Vaughn says that the
Cochise delegation was simpiy out
numbered in its fight to place C. M.
Roberts, of Dos Cabezas, In the state
chairmanship. The delegation made
a gallant fight, and made It interest
ing, even though they wcro hopeless
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loss by a Arc, has received his Insur- in'a last and finest garment,
ance through Gus Haiglcr, local agent L
for the Fidelity-Phoenix; Fire Insur
ance company, and has written a let
ter to Mr. Haigler thanking him for
the prompt settlement of his claim.
The New Version.
Modern business demonstrates that
1 profit is frequently without hnnn.
Modesty has been said' to be worn-
An absent-minded burglar, bavins
rained entrance to a Philadelphia res
idence and gathered all the mmilv
jewelry, slipped everything Into his
pockets. Then, discovering n hi-.i
new suit of clothes, he changed his
raiment and left the house, forgetting
to empty the pockets of his old suit.
It IS difficult for thn niroloai mn .
to attain a very high degree ofeffl-
ciency in any line of endeavor. Boa
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