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THE BISBEB DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912
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GOLF DUE!! 10
Warren District Country
Club to Fete Those Who
Participate in Con
tests on Links
FIRST MATCH SUNDAY
Good cheer 1U prevail at the War
ren District Country club house next
Sunday evening when tho first grit
dinner of the fall and winter seasons
1U bo held as a result of the matrhes
that opened the soason last Satu. .av
and Sunday In these matcheu bcrv
was a field of thirty, a highl) encour
aging entry list for the opener It
is believed that a larger number man
thirty will attend the dinner how
ever, and a cordial invitation to citm
bers, whether or not they were ainot s
the thirty competitors, is extended by
tho committee, who state that iney
desire that all members shall not
only be free to come, tut that tho
Mil be farmly welcomed. The 6 Jo
car will run to the club, and supper
will be served at 7, with preparations
made to accommodate more than the
thltry diners who are responsible 'or
the holding of the golf super as en
trants in the dinner match.
Play Douglas Next
The first team match of the sea
son is scheduled for Douglas, and Hi t
be plajed next Sundaj. Octoler 13.
when a twenty-man team will Jour
ney down to the Smelter CIt and
strive for the honor of the great cop
,per district. The following team ha3
Tjeon tentatively selected to repre
sent the local club in this niatph
Benner. M. J Brophy, . H. Brophy,
Douglas, Sherman, Gohring. Hunter,
Curry, Lenert, Lewis, Nash, Poppen
Roesler, 'Whltel, Williamson, Yoak
um, Dupen, Taylor, Hollls and Frase -Campbell
Any of these players who
will be unable to make the trip and
compete on that day are requested
to at once notify Fraser-Camptell.
More Events Coming
Several events are expected to be
played in the near future, probablv
this month and next These include
the club championship which sta.ts
next month, a, match with El Paso at
El Paso, and the- return match with
Douglas on the links at Warren Tho
dates of the two latter events havo
not been definitely decided upon, but
it is expected that both will be
played next month, and almost cert
ainly this will be the case with the
El Paso match.
It will be noticed that there are
a number of new names in tho ilne
up announced for Sunday This op
portunity for new players to show
their metal is afforded by tho fact
that several of those who havo been
team members in the past are out of
town The committee Is glad to give
the newer plajers the benefit of this
opportunity and to list .them, for tho.
Doll g I as event Tbey have thus the
chance to secure permanent places on
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If You Want to Vote Register Before Midnight
WILL WIELD WILLOW
IN WORLD'S SERIES
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of fko box, nil! uavo to lako their
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tfeo team, will be vvieJdln? the vv-ilow
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Truth About Proud tMan.
"When a wcsian gets frightened at
night tho just pulls tho bed clothes
over her held, says she Is terrified
out of her vlts, and goes to sleep.''
says ono who knows, "but with a man
it Is different. Ho says he is not
afraW, pcthe3 tho o:otba down and
lies trembling awsSe for two or three
hours, straining his ears at eTery
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Tho printer sets type and some
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DOUGLAS GOLF CLUB
10 CONTEST WABREN
Two Country Clubs' Teams
Will Be Matched on the
Smelter City Links
The golf team to play for tho
county championship next Sunday on
the Douglas Country club golf links at
Douglas, wlh the Warren District
Country club, has been selected, and
the players are pracUcing every day
in order to defeat the nelghborins
The Warren district players will
go to Douglas Sunday morning and the
gamo will bo called immediately af
ter their arrival. They will tako
luncheon at tho Douglas Country cliib,
and a splendid dinner will be pre
pared After this match, the Doug
las team will make a. trip to tho Htil
City and play the second game of tho
match on the links there.
The members of the Douglas team
are J A. Drake, captain, C. L.
Smith, L. E. Itorten, S W. French,
W U Smith, E. C Robinson, T. At
Smith, D C Harper, Ted Rice, A. S
Tanner J P Sexton, J. B. Speed, H.
A Stodthoff, W. W Lawhorn, S. S
Badger, Wm Frazier. C. C Mills, C
O Ellis, C W. Cass, F C. Taylor and
R- S Hooper
WILL SUA FE SELL
Dispatch Says Directors Will
Vote on Proposition to
Dispose of Stocks
TUCSON', Act 9. Is the Santa Fe
to sell all tho roads owned, leased or
controlled b it in Arizona outside of
Us main line?
Such Reems to be the move on foot
as indicated b a dispatch frnm New
York. Arizona afflcials or tho Santa
Fe, however, are disposed to make
light of tho report and are not in
c lined to accord in any manner, shapo
or form This month the annual meet
ing of the stockholders of the road
will be held in New- York and then
developments will Indicate to a cer
tainty whether or not the Southern Pa
cific is to become the railroad suzerain
of this state.
The dispatch referred to which has
created' a great deal of comment and
speculation, is as follows.
Stockholders of the Atchison will
meat on October 24 to vote on tho
proposition to sell the stock and In
debtedness of the Sonora Hallway and
tho New Mexico and Arizona railroad
to tho Southern Pacific. At the samo
time the acquisition of a number of
roads, at present leased by it or con
trolled jointly with other roads, will
At Vernon R H E
Vernon . . 4 8 0
Los Angeles 1 5 2
Raleigh and Brown, Leverenz, Ver
non and Boles.
At Sacramento R H E
Sacramento i 1" -
Oakland 5 9 1
Munsell and Krcitz; Christian and
At San Francisco R II E
San Francisco 3 10 5
Portland " 12 1
Fanning, Baker and Schmidt; Hig-
ginbotham and Howiey.
At Chicago R II E
White Sox 0 6 1
Cubs 0 1 0
Walsh and Sullivan: Lavender an;
Archer, (Called end ninth, darkness).
At Philadelphia R H E
Americans 4 6 0
Nationals 0 3 3
Hock and I-ipp; Chalmers and Kil
lifer. At st Louis n h r.
Nationals 7 10 3
Americans 6 9 1
Harmon, Geyer and Bresnahan;
Hamilton and Alexander; (10 In
nings). Elevator Etiquette.
There Is no bard and fast rule
about wearing your hat in elevators
In the presence of women. In pri
vate elevators it Is customary to re
move their hats when ladles are In the
elevator with them, though this cus
tom Is by no means universal. In
public elevators the uncovering of the
head in the presence of women Is not
considered the thing especially since
the rise of the "suffragists" and the
appearance of the "hobble skirt."
This whole matter of wearing the hat
in the elevator, whether the elevator
be public or private, is one of no very
grave Importance. No sensible worn'
an will think 111 of you If you keep
your hat on especially If the day hap
pens to be a chilly one.
Pat fto doctor "If i'OI live, doctor,
sure OlII have you to thank for It."
Pat's Wife (somewhat prejudiced
against the doctor) "And if you die,
Pat, you can thank him, too." Judge.
I Scores Yesterday
EVERY WELL DRESSED
man and woman owes it to themselves to wear a
quality of Jewelry that is guaranteed as repre
sented. This you can find at THE ONE PRICE STORE.
HENKEL JEWELRY CO.
Thoroughfare to Smelter
City Is in NceJ
That the county road from Btsbee
to Douglas, wlilch cost the taxpayers
nearly $75,000, Is fast going to ruin,
is plainly evident io any one making
a trip over .the road in an auto.
The road superintendent is now re
pairing and filling in the approaches
to the bridges that wero recently
washed out by the heavy rains, and
will complete the work in a fow dajs.
Three of the bridges are now com
pleted and the fourth was filled in
yesterday. Yesterday morning work
was commenced on tne largest one.
iwhlch Is located about three miles
west of Forest.
Tho approaches at both ends of
this bridge were washed away for
more than five feet from each end.
Several stretches of the road are also
in bad shape by flood water, which
has taken the top oil, making them
almost Impassable In an auto.
The road should be repaired at
once in order to save it from further
destruction The original cost of tho
road to the taxpayers is too large for
the road to be so shamefully neglect
ed. If there are no funds on hand to
do this work, provision should Imme
diately oe maae to secure tne neces
sary funds. Tho road can now- be re
paired at considerably less cost Uian
if left for another year, and there is
sufficient traffic over it to warrant an
expenditure to make it first class in
"JOE GREAT DIVIDE" IS
PLEASUfiE TO AUDIENCE
A good sized audience witnessed
the Chapman-Meade company in Hen
ry Miller's success, "The Great Di
vide,' last night at the Orpheum, and
a better pleased audience never left
the theater for a long time Will
Chapman gave an excellent portrayal
of the role of Stephen Ghent, and
Miss Meade was very clever as Ruth
Jordan The stage setting was beau
tiful, and all details to make it a mas
ter production were noticeable. Bert
Hadley is doing clever work as Phil
ip Jordan, as is also Tom Forman.
William Dale and Ed Lewis are both
doing some good doubling This mas
ter scenic production will continue un
til Saturday night This is one pro
duction you can't afford to miss. Ad
Pen.isylva.vta, 39, Ursinus, 0.
ST. LOUIS WINS
ST LOU'S, Oct, 9. A base on balls
to Bliss, vho was batting for Geyer iu
the tenth, with all bases occupied,
gave the local National team the op
enln'., game in the inter-league city
chs.nplonshlp with the American
league club The game was hard
fought all the way
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE COUNTY OF COCHtSE,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
The Miners and Merchants Bank,
of Blsbcc, a Corporation,
D J. Spires and Maggie Spires,
his wife, and Ethel N. Spires,
SHERIFF SALE NO. 5238.
Lnder and by virtue of an Order of
Sale, Issued out of the Superior Court,
of the County of Cochise, btate oi
Arizona, on the 4th day of October,
1912 In the above entlUed action,
wherein THE MINERS AND MER
CHANTS BANK of Blsbce. a Corcor-
atlon, the above named plaintiff ob
tained a Judgment in the District
Court of the Second Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona in and for
the County of Cochise, aeainat D. J,
Splrec, and Maggie Spires, his wife,
Defendants, on the 27th day of July,
1910 for the sum of Five Hundred sov-enty-slx
and C5-J00 (576.05) Dollars,
together with Interest thereon at 10
per cent per annum until paid, and
tho further sum of Two Hundred Fif
ty ($250.00) Dollars, as Attorneys
Fees and costs of suit In the amount
of Twenty-five and 20-100 ($2a.20)
Dollars, besides all further costs snd
accruing costs I am commanded to
bell that certain property, particular
ly describes as follows:
'The surface ground only of Lots
One (1). Two (2), and Three (3) ai
surveyed and plotted by H. W. .Ior
genson, M. E., situated on the
"AURORA" Minlns; Claim, in the
Warren Mining District, Cochise
County, State of Arizona, aad more
particularly described as follows: Ie
ginning at a post set Jh'th ground,
the1 North side line of the County
Road in Tombstoue Canyon, and ten
feet East of the West Side Line of
said Aurora Mining Claim, thence
North on a line, bearing N. 27 deg. 42
min. E. 100 feet to a post set In the
ground, tbft South side line of the
street, marked on the Plat as First
Street, thence E. along tho South side
line of said street on a line bearing
N. 2 deg. 18 min. W. 150 feet to a
post set In the ground: Thence S.
on a line bearing 37 deg. 42 min. W.
50.68 feet: thenco W. on a line beatv
lng N. 62 deg. 18 min. W. iO feet,
to a stake set in the ground; thence
W. on a line bearing N. 86 deg. 27
min. W. 120.16 feet to the place of
Public notice is hereby given that
on Friday the first day of November,
1912 at 2 o'clock a. m. of that day
In front of the Court House door of
tho County of Cochise, I will In obedi
ence to said Order of Sale, sell the
above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy said Judgment, with interest,
costs, And accruing costs and Attor
neys Fees to the highest and best bid
der, for cash, lawful money of the
Dated at Tombstcne, this 9th day
of October, 1912.
HARRY a WHEELER, Sheriff.
By GUY C. WELCH. Deputy Sheriff
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016804
Mineral Application No. 016S0&
United States Lana OClce, Phoenix,
Arizona, Aug. 29, 1912. Notleo. is
hereby given that James M. Howlett,
whose postofflce address Is Kelvin,
Arizona, has mado applicaUou for pat
ent to tne American lodej claim.
Mineral Survey No. 2851, situated ap
proximately in Tp. 23, S. R. 21 E. G.
& S. It. B. & M., Warren Mining Dis
trict, Cochise County, Arizona, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S M. M. No. 4 War
ren Mining District bra. N. 46 de;.
26 min. W. 3231.6 ft., thenco N. 74 deg.
30 min. E. 300.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2,
thei-ce S. 32 deg. 06 min. E. 82.7 fL
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 86 deg. 43
min. W. 328 6 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 deg. 06 min. W 10 ft. to Cor.
No. 1 tho place of the beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
Ib recorded in the Recorder office of
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at page 557. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lode Sur. No. 1347 on the
north; Ormsnd lode Sur. No. 1393 on
the east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
No. 1398 on the south. Area in con
flict with Virginia lode Survey No.
1347 amounting to 0.933 acres is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Date of First Publication September 1,
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
Precinct No. 28, County of Cchise,
State of Arizona.
Johnson and Matzell, a co-partnership.
W. F. Glenn. Defendant.
Action brought in the Justice Court
of Precinct No 28 in and for the
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the Name of the State of Arizona.
To W. F. Glenn Defendant, Greet
You are Hereby Summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against jou by t above named
plaintiffs in the Justice Court, of Pre
cinct No. 28 in and for the County of
Cochise, in the State of Arizona, and
answer to the Complaint filed in said
Justice Court, at Lowell in said Coun
ty, within five days exclusive of the
day of service after the service upon
you of this Summons, it served with
in this Precinct, but if served without
this Precinct, but within the County,
ten davs; if served out of the County,
fifteen days; In all other cases, twenty
days, or Judgment by default will be
rendered against you.
Given under my band at Lowell
Ariz., this 6th. day of September, A.
GEO. R. SMITH.
Justice of the Peace of said Pre
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
No 2 Precinct, County of Cochise,
State of Arizona.
Phelps, Dodge Mercantile CO,
W. F. Glenn,
Action brought in the Justice Court
of 'No. 2 Preoinct, In and for the
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the name of the State of Arizona:
To W. F. Gleno, defendant, GrecUng:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an actio., bought
against you by the ritove iu-Je-
plaintiff iu the Justice Court of No. 2
Precinct, in and for the Coun
ty of Cochise, In tho State of
Arizona, and answer to the complaint
hied In said Justice Court, at Blsbee,
in said County, within five days ex
clusive of the da)' of service, after
the service upon you of this Sum
mons if served within this Precinct;
but if served without this Precinct,
but within the County, ten days; It
served out of the County, fifteen days;
In all other cases, twenty days, or
Judgment wilt be taken against you.
Given under my band at Blsbeo
this 9th day of Sept, 1912.
JL C HIGH,
Justice of the Peace of said Precinct
RO Y A I
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
"A DAY IN THE GERMAN NAVY" (Topical)
"PULP MILLS IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC" (Industrial)
"MICROPICAL CURIOSITIES" (Educational)
"A CHANGT OF SPIRIT" (Drama)
"SILVER WING'S TWO SUITORS" (Indian life portrayal)
"WANTED A SISTER" (Up-to-date comedy)
The program at the Royal changes three Umes a week. We select
our own 'program direct from the exchange in Los Angeles. We cau
assure our patrons of" witnessing the BEST IN MOTION PIC
TURES, projected right In a theater that, in point of equipment,
Is second to none in the great southwest.
Tuesday matinee at 2:30 Admission 10 cents.
Evening performances 7 and 8; 15 Admission 10 an'1 Z .CZiz.
Henry Miller's Starring Success
The Strongest and most Realistic
Drama on the AmericanStage today
Prices Remain the Same 25c, 35c, 50c
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
Admission 5c and 10c
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