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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1912.
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SPEED Kli 10
Barney OWficld Wires He
Will Race Automobile
Day and Guarantee to
Break the Record
CONTEST "OCTOBER 31
PHOENIX. Oct. S. Barney Old
field, tbe world's speed king, who
needs no Introduction to follower of
tba automobile racing game, will be
bore to take part In tbe track events
on automobile dxo". Tbwitlay, October
31, at tbe state fair.
Oldfield wired several days ago to
the fair couimlsUon that be T.oiild
come yo Phoenix if guaranteed $300
in case be breaks" the world's record
on tbe local track. Tbe fair commis
sion acceiited bis offer Tbe record
at present stands at one mile n 47 1-2
seconds. Oldfield feels confident that
he can lower the record, owing to
the splendid condition of tbe local
Will Enter 50-Mlle Racs
lie will also take part in tbe fifty
mile event. The parse (or this brunt
amounts to $2,000. Oldfield's appear
ance in this city will be one of tbu
main attractions of tbe fair.
The automobile events to be held
Thursday, October 31, under the aus
pices of the Maricopa Automobile
Event No. 1, Class E Distance 15
miles. Purse $400, divided Co pe"
cent, 25 per cent and 10 per cent, to
first, second and third cars. This
event open only to cars competing
in the Los Angeles to Phoenix race,
having piston displacement over 230
inches. Two or more cars must start
In this race.
Class E, Event No. 2
Event No. 2, Class E Distance, 10
miles. Purse, ?200. divided 65, 23 and
10 per cent, to first, second and thiid
cars. This event only open to cars
competing in, Los Angeles to Phoenix
race, having piston displacement un
der 231 inches. Two or more cars
must start in this race.
Event No. 3. Class E- One-mile
dash for track record for one mile
Free for all. Purse $100, and addi
tional $35 for every second the win
ner reduces the track record of 14
Event No. 4. Class E Distance iO
miles. Free tor all cars having a p;s-
If your bedwear needs replenishing you'll
find the economies we offer in Blankets and'Comf ortables
From a personal standpoint we do not
think it necessary for anyone to go with
out sufficient bedding when prices are so
low. From a health standpoint most
anyone knows, or ought to k now, tbe price paid lor
sleeping cold Throw up y our windows, have the room
full of cold a'r, and sleep under such blankets and com
fortables as you will find hre and you need not fear
coughs, colds or restless nights.
Stocks are broad and fin f and complete with the
very best blankets and com lortables, and prices are
without equal !n lownes.
Our Cotton Blankets are dependable and ou will find
that not only are they better quality, but larger In
size than can bt bought elsewhere for tho same price.
In white, tan and gray colors with colored borders
prices as follow s
54x74 Inch Cotton Blankets.
60x76 Inch Cotton Blankets,
700 Inch Cotton Blankets.
74x.0 Inch Cotton Blankets,
Good Heavy Comfortables Low Priced
i'Do yon care what's inside jour qiilltr and comfortables'' Would you knowingly buy a comforter filled
- with the chopped-up contents of "antique" .feather bedi? That Is what gets into n good many. In tnis
store there Is no possHrility of such an imposition. We go to the very best manufacturers for our com
fortaMs, choose with discrimination and know what goes Into them. Nothing but strictly sanitary. yean
cotton enters into eyon tbe cheapest comforter we selL Covered with good q-ial.ty figured suicoune.
priced a3 follows
Cotton Filled Comfortables, size 70x78 Inches for oj.o
Cotton Filled Comfortables, size 72x78 Inches for, l-j0
Cotton Filled Comfortables, size 72x80 Inches for ?!"
72 x 84 inches . . .
These comforters at $3U0 are twentj-flve per cent
under .worth, filled with fluffy white cotton and cov
ered hoth. sides with beat qna'ity figured sateen;
size 72 by 84 lnchfa amply large for a double-beL
Gray Chocked Blankets, all cotton,
soft and"cozy at half the cost of
wool and qnltf as warm: size 60
by 7C inches, you'll consider It
tho biggest bargain you ever
bought for a 2 bill.
BELIEVED IN TEXAS
Deptitv Sheriff Goes to El
Paso to Arrest Mrs.
Mrs Dora Herrlek, wbo Is alleged
to have defrauded Louis Anderson
out of $400 'in "lawful currency of
the United States of America." Li
believed to be at El Paso and acting
on this belief Deputy Sheriff Gan
non left Bisboe Sunday morning for
that city with a warrant for her ar
rest. Gannon was expected to return to
Disbec yesterday afternoon but did
not arrive. The woman had not been
arretted at- HI Paso wben Gannon
left Sunday morning nnd It is not
known what Information was re
ceived, tiat formed the basis of the
belief that Bhe, wai there. The woman
Xormerly resided in that city, how
ever A complaint made In Judge High's
court alleges that Mrs. Hcrrlck got
5100 from Louis Anderson on the rep
resentation that she wanted to pur
chase a part interest In tbe Sunset
rooming houre and was to pay Ander
son Interest at the rate of six per
cent. No papers were made incor
porating the agreement, however, ana
tbe woman was missing the next day.
iLater it was learned that she left the
city on the morning following the day
on which the deal was made. The
case has been in Deputy Gannon's
hands and descriptions of the woman
were sent all over the state and to
El Paso police.
ton displacement of over 300 inchcpW
Purse, $2,000. divided CD, 23 and lQi
per cent, to first, second and third
cars. Entrance fee, $100, to be re
turned If car starts and continues in
good faith. Three cars must enter
in this race that are not competing
in tbe Los Angeles to Phoenix race.
Two or more cars must start in this
Class E, Event No. 5
Event No. 5, Class E Distance 10
miles. Handicap. Open to all "cars
entered in Los Angeles to Phoenix
race Purse $300, divided C5. 25 and
10 per cent, to first, second and third
cars. l5 or more cars must start
in this esc
EventftbA T Special distance, 5
miles jigs tr. $200 Limited to win
ners ofrrssivbility races from Globe.
Blsbee.ffltt A&, Tucson, Yuma and
. . 85c
. . . .$1.50
. . . .$1.75
Down Filled Comfortables
$fi50 a pair
Plaid Wool Blankets In pretty new
color combinations of pink, blue,
tan and gny they're all wool,
and no finor fleece ever grew on
a sheep's hack. 11-4 size, amply
Urge for a double-ed.
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HOLDUP IS FAKE
Victim Himself Said He Was
Robbed But Was Un
able to Give CoV
Investigation of the aliened hold-up
at Lowell Saturday night, wneir a Fin
lander named Kbsti Laltlne was shot
through the head with a .22icallbre
automatic pistol In 'he hands of an
assailant, leads officers of I-ovvell to
bellpve.lbat there wps no hold-up but
probably a disagreement between Fin
landers over a game of chance with
the shooting as tbe consequence.
Laltlne Tells Story.
Laitine himself stated that he wis
held up and when he refused to hand
over his money he was shot by a
highwayman whose face was covered
with a handkerchief but he was un
able to give r coherent detailed ac
count of the shooting. The man who
was In the room with him when tho
shooting occurred told conflicting
stories, it is said, regarding the
amount of money secured by the
"robber" Added to these suspicious
circumstances was the wall of "qulen
sabe- encountered bv officers when
Investigating tbe case, no ono appar
ently knowing anything about it.
Gambling Believed Cause.
Officers belteve that one of two
theories of tho shooting are correct,
that It was a most mysterious shoot
ing affair or that it was a disagree
ment over a gambling game regard
ing which all avenues of information
have ben carefully sealed up, with
the odds favoring tbe latter explana
tion. I-altlne Is at the C. & A hospital
for the treatment of the bullet wound,
which Is rapidly mending, and he will
TO THE HEFFERN MINING CO.
Albert Dahlburg at the Victoria Ho
tel on Brewery Gulch, is authorized
to receive and receipt for the one
per cent assessment called for on the
Heffern Mining and Development
stock. Call between 3 and C P m.
This assessment may. also be paid to
Albert Heffern, P p. Box 392, Doug
las, Ar.zona. Advertisement, 514.
4n tL-' inn
These Down Comfortables arc llgh wtlght and
luxuriously warm and comfortable, filled with clean
down feathers, covered both sides with fine quali
ty safea In bright, pretty designs, size 2xSl
inches at ?6. each. '
ftftOQ a pair x
Fine l.amb'8 Wool Blankets, soft
and f eecy In beautiful, bright col
ored plaid effects, that are as
cheap as they are honest and good
to look at extra flze and Loimd
with Bilk. $8 00 a pair.
! II III I
National Committeeman Ling
Finds Democrats Organ
ized and Doing
VICTORY li" ASSURED
Hon. Reese M. Ung. Arizona mem
ber of the national democratic com
mittee, was a business visitor in
Greenlee county laot week. Return
ing to his home in Phoenix, Air. Ung
gave out a statement concerning po
litical conditions in that county, which
will be gratifying to the democrats
of the state.
Greenlee county1 Is1 one of the most
enthusiastic democratis counties In
the state, according to Mr. Ling.
Vnder the auspices of tbe Wilson
Marshall club and on tbe regular
meeting night of the club, a large
meeting was held and the national
committeeman made an address.
Nearly three hudred people were at
tho meeting, and according to air.
Ung, he has never .seen the enthus
flasm for a democratic ticket that
was there shown. Every man In the
club Is a worker, and every democrat
belongs the the dub.
After the meeting In Clifton, the
Wilson-Marshall club of Morencl
called up the committeeman and
asked him to come there and address
the club at that place. Here again
he met with a democratic spirit that
In unexcelled. In the state of Arizona.
Everyone, it seems. Is for tbe demo
cratic nomlness. Greenlee county,
with Its twelve jrujidred registered
votes, will give Wilson a majority of
three hundred. That Jn ltsself is
quite a contribution to democratic
Mexico Compiling Evidence
at Altar and Nogales,
to Secure Extradition
TVCSON. Oct-i-Testimony to '.sup
port the cha-ges"" filed against Gen"
rsl Emilio Camp.wlth the state de
partment at Washington by the Mexl
fan government ridw h being taken
In Altar and in Xogales, Sonora, and
when completed will be forwarded to
Washington Caiiwwill then be ar
raigned Deiore a. untiea states com-
i missioner. wno win inspect me evi
dence and decide-(whether or not it
Is sufficient for his extradition.
The testimony at Altar concerns
the murder of r X Orozco. It is
stated by Mexican' Consul E. V. An
aya that Campa Is charged with shoot
ing the man in his wife's arms bo
cause he had served with tbe federals
in the defense of the town. Orozco
had a wound on bis arm. according
to Anaya and Campa, noticing it,
drew his revolver jand killed him.
Another Murder Charged
Another charge deals with the
murder of a messenger sent by the
federals to Prefect Sereno, of Altar.
The unlucky messenger, not knowing
tbe town had been captured by the
rebels, according to Anaya, asked to
see tbe commander It was to Cam
pa. it is said, tha be presented hU
mesbage. "Hold the town at all has
ards until reinforcements -arrive"
'Campa drew hia revolver and shot
ia miwean,,, " oVD Anova
Thi li)vl.!in cmrom m o, fr hoc Jfl
days from the time of Campa's ar
rest in which to present its evidence.
Of this time 17 days have now passed,
and Campa should.be brought before
the United States.' commissioner by
November 1. ,
We like to knfiW the weakness of
eminent men; It consoles us for our
laferiorlty Madame de Lambert
"Jncared for Children a Menace.
Every child tbatrgroWs up Without
adequate cars Is certain to ba a bur
den to the btate in after life.
Valuable Oil From RubbetvTree.
Seeds of the rubber tree rlfeld an oil
resembling and not' Inferior to linseed
Ml in quality.
First Street Cat Lamps.
Street gas lamps ware first used is
ondon In 1S07.
IF YOU NEED A MEDTCINE,
YOU SHOULD HAVE THE'BEST
Altlioueh there are hundreds'- of
preparations advetisedi there is only
one that really stands ont pre-eminent
as a remedy for diseases of the kid
neys, liver and bladder.
Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Boot stands the
highest, for the reason that jt bas
proved to be Just the remedy needed
In thousands upon thousands of even
(he moft distressing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly
because Its mild and Immediate: effect
is soon realized It b a gentle, healing
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, is a physi
cian's prescription fcr special diseases,
which is not recommended for every
A Sworn Certificate of Parity In-wilh
every bottle. -
For sale at all dnn? stores, in bottles
of two sizes Ufty-cpnt ,ind one-dollar.
SAMPLE EOTTLES FREE BY.MAIL
In Qfijcr to prove Vhat Swamp
Root, the great kidney,' Iher jand
bladder remedy wjll do for yon,
every reader of the Review who has
not already., tried Jt, may receive a
sample bottle by tnall nbcoluejy
jree.,iaure ,ur. jvuuiei voniS-
Write today. Adrer-
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and five minutes exposure, found that
the beer with three and five minutes exposure became
undrinkable on account of the peculiar odor developed.
The detrimental effect of light upon beer can be suc
cessfully counteracted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and such bottles arc,
Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermentology.
The Schlitz Brown Bottle is only another step for
absolute purity in Schlitz beer.
We have adopted every invention every innovation,
every idea that could make for purity.
Schlitz was first brewed in a hut. Today oirr agencies
dct the earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a ycr
CHANGE OF RESIDENCE
Point Raised Because Gila
County Cit'zen Removed
to Cochise Wants Vote
Question So. 963, the latest of tho
series of questions. that has arisen
since the new Btate organic law ami
statutes were enacted, has come forth
to perplex confound and confuse
tbqse who search diligently after
light. Ever since that eventful day
when tbe constitution makers sang
"Auld J.anc Syne" and went to thetrf
homes and farms, life, for lawyers of
the state, has been either a round of
plcarart or one blessed thlri& after
another, depending on the size otlthe
salvage from the brain storm.
The new question that Is worrying
the registering officials Is this: If a
oter who registered before the pri
mary changes his place of residence
ajzi nt!nsr nrArlnet- flhrmklvhe. rflei-
ter after having his former rogistra-l
tlon cancelled" ,
The point was raised whehT"a cltl'
2en and voter of Olla county moved ;
to uisbee ana cocsise county alter ;
the palmary. He made application be-1
fore a' looal registering officer for a j
cancellation of his former registra
tion, which was glvon him. Tbe du
plicate of the form was made out
and cent to the Gila recorder. Shosld
he re-reglster hero, or will the Gila f
county recorder transmit to the Co- j
cnise county jeooraer oracmi notice
'that the said citizen was a qualified
voter of Gila and that by the Hint
token he Is and of a "right ooght
to be, the same in CecMgsr
, The question has been nut up ta
.County Recorder Murphsvand he hs I
,invesiigaung lue mailer.
When you have a bad oold you
want tbe best medicine os4alsmbIe so
os to oure It with as llttfe rtehty as
possible. Hero Is a druggist's opin
ion: "I have sold Cbabrlaln's
Coach Kemedy for fifteen years." says
JSnos Lollar of Saratoga. Ind., "and
.consider it tho best on the market"
TIL -L SSk Jk lilJil!! $
For sale by all -dealers. Adv. 727
Read the following
opinion of a scientist,
an authority who
i m e n t e d
cay even in:
"We have tested beers repeatedly, pla
cing the bottles in the direct sunlight, and
testing the same 'after one, two, three
RED SOI III FIRS!
(Continued from Page 1)
per. Three babe hite- Speaker Hits
off Tesreau 5 in seven inninsfe.. Cran
dall, one In two innugs Charge de
feat to Tesreau. Sacrifice hits: Hoop
or and Cady. Double play: Stahl to
Wood. Lert on bases: New Yprk C,
IJostonG. Dases on bells- off Tes
reaa 4, Wood 2. Struck out: Tesreau
4j Wood 11. Crandall .2. Hit by
pitcher with ball: Meyers. TImo
2:10. Umpires: Klem at plate,; "Evan
on bases- nigler In right; O'Loughlln
In lft. , , , fi
xations! commleslon'8 figures for
attendance, receipts of today'sgame,
total raid attendance 53,730- ' total
receipts S75.127; national commis
rlon'A share $7,513; plavers' share
?10CS; each club's share J13.523.
ALLWNXIOUS TO SEE GAME,
BOSTON', O'-t. 8. Bulletin board
crowds of a J&e rarcly nijallednere
exulua ovoaj the Boston YlcTory2j
again! XeYo'k. "Gold Old 2Joo,
Wood' was the Slogan or thonsftrhls
after the opening yame In the world's
Why "Women Are Met MICM.
Man is a miilionalra many tiraqs over in tbe possession oE blood cells. Worn,
on is not quite so rich, for scientists hive proven that the normal man has five mil
lion 4hc woman only four and a ball million to a cubic millimetre ol blood.
A decrease in number of red blood corpuscles and a person " Ioo!cs pale "in
fast, is.anaemic, the blood does not get the right food and probably the stomach
Dr. R. V. Pierce found years ago that a glyceric extract of golden senl and
Oregon grape roots, quren'aroot cad bloodroot with black cherrybark, would help
the assimilation bf the foe-: in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's own
T n T .vw T!k in, vKr wv,s wis ycupm va uis xsr. rcrce a meaicinea ociera unrig
j. U.UTO.T, IjSQ, dtooMcs Ba ran to feaz that then la no chance to be cured.
Dr. Pierce's aMedicai Adviser, 31 stamps, to pay for wrapping and nailing only.
St thri ctfki ::c n
Bimkc P.ecr Co.
'f' was decided In Boston's favor.
hop Wood sfruck out Pitcher Cran
dall. of Nov. York, for the third out
m the ninth inning with men on sec
ond and third bases, a sigh of relief
went up from the crowd and all tho
shorting and cheering came In tho
While most of tho Bostonlans were
interested In the reports from tho
game in Xew York to the exclusion
of all else, many gave thought to
the problem of hew to so the game
Some li.OOO obtained reserved
seats. More than this number will
find places en the bleachers. A few
wnt to the gates tonight, to be In tho
first r"sh when the gates are opened
shortly after 10 o'clock tomorrow. ,
The Boston's victory today had its
effect both on batting aad speculation
on tifkets The hotting which has
been 10 to 3 on Boston changed to
10 to 6. Tickets for three games,
which originally cost SJ are neld at
$25 each but rew sales were madej'
Indications were thet price will bo
greater tomorrow, as the number of
tickets In speculators hands ar
small and the demand Increased
with tho hours 'y
St Returns by Innlngr of the w
fchamrtonVbaseibalfcerjes will t
celved at the 'Eegal TPcnder, U
Returns by Ihnfi
way increase the red blood corpuscles. Ibis medicine he
called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. By as.ini
lating the food eaten the system is nourished and the blood
takes on a rich red rotor. Nervousness is only " tin cry
of tha starved nerves for food," and when the nerves are
led onrlch red blood the person looses those irritable feel
ings, sleeps Wall at night and is refreshed in the morning.'.
"I was attacked with a seven ncrraai disean. whlei was eanvd br
a disordered (tomach and Hrer. writes Mr. Jas. D. Livstv, of YVath
barn.Teiui,Kxita&Bcx33. "AH my friends thought I weald die and
the best physician pave na op. I was advisd to ttr Dr. Pitrre'a
Godea Medical Dtswrer. and dcrtred much benefit from same. Vy
case bad run so fees, it bad bcetxne so chronic that nothing- would effect
a prrnaaent cure, bat Dr. Pierce's nwdklna has done moch tar m and
1 Mffhly reenssDl it. I bcartSy adrfce Its use aa a tprinz tonic, and.