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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
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Suggestions Arc Mu .c by
County Highway Com
mission to Be Talked
Over Next ttiesday
COPPER QUEEN ON TOP
'"That the rosd to Glee?on is !n mcr.
urgent need of repair than ass? tl'ai
are tributary to Bistee was tue o n
ion of the Roads committee o the
Commercial club, which held a
Ins at the office of the club ei.'c i
afternoon. This was decided up-n
cause, that road 1 more used L r-l-dents
of the I'alley coming to tM
city than others, ind because uy re
pairing It a road to Tombetone Xtict
is traversable will be most quickly
In advance of the meeting with J
J. Benton, county road superlnter-'
qnt, which has been arranged .for nr
Tuesday night, the road committ.v
held a meeting yesterdav afternooj
to outline the suggestion that will be
made at the meeting which will bo
hold at tho Copper Queen hotel, and
at the same time urged that all in
terested in better roads attend this
meeting so that a good crowd will be I
iJicaem lu uvar luc vibmu: ui m'
Warren district to Mr. Benton.
Repairs for four rosds will be
asked of tho county superintendent i
when he comes to Blsbee Tuesda
As stated, the Gleeson road will be
first mentioned, and the points where
culverts are out and where sand washes
should te put in shape will be spe
cifically mentioned. N'est the toaj
over the divide will be mentioned.
Supervisor Gus lllckey having fonnd
this road in very bad condition, and
paid a large automobile repair bill
in consequence. Third will be the
road to .N'aco, where there Is a brld;.
out, and where cinders arc needed in
some soft washes. The road to Doug
las Is now being put in shape and
will be in condition in a few day
As it is now, the run can easily be
made from hero to Douglas In an hour
and twenty' minutes, een at night
Lastly, the road from Hereford to
Uuachuca will be mentioned, but on
this there is very little woik needed
"It Is of Importance that those v.-hn
are Interested In better roads shoalJ
attend the meeting Tuesday night "
said Dr. X. C. Bledsoe, chairman of
the meeting, yesterday. ' We have
not had the work to which he are
entitled thus far, and now we have
a chance to get It. since the roaJ
superintendent admits the facts as
we Btate them. We ought to be able
to slow hlra that we are keenly In
terested in this matter, and this can
not he better shown than by a good
attendance to meet him and urge the
.claims. I trust we shall have such
a turn-out as will leave nothing to
One of the roads committee, wheu
Tasked how much he estimated the re
pairs sought would cost, stated that
lie thought $2,000 to $3,000 would i-ov-er
It It Is said that at the rt.ct of
the month there was $14,000 is. 'he
'road fund, so that there should -,e
no difficulty in performing the wof
that is absolutely needed, and this
the committee Insists Is all that will
WAR OV SOCIAL FA IL
ONCHD RIDING lOower of United States
Navy in New York Harbor
GOOD II 0
Rules Have Been Promul
gated So Riders Will
Have No Conllict in
.MUCH INTEREST TAKEN
War was declared on Atlanta. Oa.'a
social eil by Chief of Police James
t hoooim, fniinwtne ihe recent ar-
1 I rest ot Vessie Bostwick. pretty fourteen-year-old
daughter ot Bev. J. I
e ! Tin.twlclc. evangelist minister, and
. .. ntintir thn rlualnt- ot 151 re-
sorU Tin the restricted district. The
irtrl and two companions were ar
rested as they were about to leave
'tbo city with a cheap "movie" musi
cal comedy company. Orders were
issued by the police to every resort
In tho city to close on October 7. and
stJeclal policemen and detectives havo
bn pressed into service to protect
young girls from Irresponsible theat
rical managers and promoters. r"'
una id mo
Congressman Will Speak in
Bisbee and with Him Will
Come Senator Smith
ROYAL THEATER GIVES
HUMAN INTEREST PLAY
"The Girl at the Cupola," a
Story of an Iron Foun
- dry Strike
The standard of the picture pro
grams presented at the little Main
street play house are so well knewn
to the theater goers of he district
as to need little comment. We wish,
however, to call especial attention to
the offering for today and tomorrow
The first number on the program, en
titled "The" Girl at the Cupela," is
the story of an Iron foundry strike
ia which the girl at the cupola be
comes the heroine of the hour. A
gripping single reel feature full ol
thrills and excitement.
. Story o Black Hand
'The Inner Circle" Is a story of
the Italian black hand societies.
"Jealousy on the Ranch" is the title
of the rathe company's latest feature
western production produced In the
heart of the western hills, pulsating
with tho Invigorating western atmos
phere. . "The Tyrolean Do)l' is good cor
dr. Thomas Smitbers. a multi-millionaire,
while In a melancholy state, of
fers an extravagant price for a nib
obanical doll which Is the closest Imi
tation of a human being yet lnented
Girl Takes Place of Doll
The inventor. In delivering the al
most human doll, accidentally breaks
it, and to save the situation, the in
ventor's daughter takes the place of
the broken manikin but why spoil
tae picture by telling more?
.5 The first perfdrmanco starts at
. ; o'clock sharp. In order to get yowr
Javorite seat, try and arrange to be
rat .the tljeater before the first show
When h comes to Blsbee on Oc
tober 17, Congressman Carl Haydeu
will be accompanied by Senator Mar
cus A. Smith and Attorney General
George Puniy Dullard. This l-jforma-tion
was telephoned to Blsbee yester
day morning by County Chairman 51.
C. Hanklns. w ho found telegrams
containing the information awittln?
him when ha returtifd to the Smelt
er City jesterday morning.
To Talk on Ccstcllo Lot.
The arrangements committee ha
not made a report ?s et "ut the
speaking will be held either on the
Costello lot on 5Ialn street or In one
of the halls. A hall will be secured
to prevent a disarrangement of the
program should the weather not ba
suitable for an out-of-door meeting.
The announcement that George
Purdy Bullard will be liere to mako
a -nolitical sDeech" Till be received
with rleasure by those who heard
hira speak bare a week ago, when
he declared that non-partisan mee
ings did not agree with him, that
law suits aud political speeches
were two of his greatest pleasures.
Old Timers Plsased.
The old tlmprs too will be glad to
learn that Mark Smith is coming to
Bisbfe All three of the speakers, will
speak at Lowell on the following da,
that is, October 18 and Ix-weli Wilson-Marshal
Hub is making great
prenaratlpns for the meeting. Har
der is a favorite in the district, as
he is throughout the state, and he is
-si red of a Urge audience
Rev. Rogers Leaves Arizona
Mission Work for Los
At the annual conference of tl
ilothodkst efearch held In Los An
geles last week, the Rev E. G. Deck
er wag assigned to Bisbee as pastor
for another year.
Uev. J. S. Rogers, who lor nve
years past has been superintendent
of missions and head of the Methodist
chureh in the state, was assfejned to
St. James' chureh in Ios Angeles. Ills
ptace In Arisona will be taken toy kct.
A. W. Adklnson, V. D, who has been
PHOENIX, Ariz.. Oct. 10. Tho
broncho riding for the champlonshlo
of Arizona to be held at the state
fair, during fair week, promises to
be the best exhibition that has ever
been held at the fair and riders
representing all counties throughout
the state will bo here to compete.
This contest will be in charge ot
Tom -Wills, of Florence, to whom
those wishing to enter the contests
should apply for tho necessary
The following rules will govern:
1. Each rider must bring his own
2. Each rider must ride straight
3. No rider shall hobble his stir
rups. i. No rider shall pull leather.
C. No rider shall rido on tho
C. No rider shall ride with a roll.
Rider losing stirrup will lose
points on Judging. Judging will bo
on points of riders and horse.
Points will be counted from time
rider starts to mount until he dis
mounts. For this event the following
prizes have been offered:
First prize, $150 silver trimmed
silver mounted saddle.
Second prize, $G0 in cash.
Third prize, $30 in cash.
Fourth prize, $10 in cash.
Considerable Interest Is being
manifested by the motorcycle en
thusiasts in tho motor races to bo
held during fair week. Tho races
will be under the auspices ot the
Phoenlr 5Iotorcycle club, and al
ready many entries have been made
to J. W. Tompkins, secretary of the
Phoenix 5lotorcyclc club, "who has
the necessary entrance blanks.
Following is a list of the prizes
which have been offered and the
class of machines for each race:
Five Mile Amateur Rider.
Stock machines, 30.50 cubic In
ches cylinder displacement, or un
der, single cylinder. First prize,
$25, second $13, third $10.
Ten Mile Amateur Riders.
Stock machines, CO. CO cubic in-
chas cylinder displacement (or un
der, single cylinder. First prize,
$25, second $15, third $10.
Five Miles Aamateur Riders.
Stock machine, CI. cubic Inches
cylinder displacement (or under).
First prize $25, second $13, third
Ten Mile Amateur Riders.
Stock machine Gl. cubic lnche3
cylinder displacement, or under.
First prize $25, second $15, third
Prize, first only, medal.
The following are the prizes for
the foot races which will be pulled
off during one of the days of the
fair, the date to be announced lat
er: Race No. 1, 1W yards, medal; No.
2, 220 yards, medal; No. S, quarter
mile, medal: No. 4. half mile, med'
al; No. 5, one mile, medal; No. &,
five miles, medal.
These races are for amateurs and
medals are offered instead of purs
es in order that the contestants
may retain their amateur standing.
Race No. 7, modified marathon,
distance fifteen miles, prize $200 in
The above purse is split In three
parts: First $120, second $50, third
$30, total $200.
NEW YORK. Oct. 13: -The flower
of tho United States Navy lies at an
chor on the Hudson rlveT tonight, an
armada whoso like has never been
assembled In the Western World bo
for For 13 miles from the armored
cruiser Tennessee off Thirtieth street
to the AJax, last of the fuel ships. Tar I
north of Spuyten Duyvil Creek it
stretches in a double line.
Simultaneously with the mobiliza
tion here there will be a mobilization
at Manila of available warships of the
Asiatic fleet. -Thirty vessels ot tho
fleet are now In Philippine or Chinese
waters and from them Rear Admiral
Nicholson has sej'-cted those which
will participate-. .Most of the fleet is
composed of cruisers, torpedo (boats
and destroyers, submarines and col
liers. Thus, practically tho entire
American navy will take part In double
mobilizations, half-way round the
world apart. Like that in New York,
the mobilization arranged by the Navy
Department, and calls for the full
complement of e3sels to bo in their
positions. Tho stragglers arrived to
night. Perhaps neer again will such
an aggregation of sea-flghtcrs be as
sembled. Some naval authorities pre
dict that the lftnlt of big battleships
construction Is fast being reached. A
few years hence may find the navies
of the world relying on smaller ships
In greater numbers.
One hundred and twenty-seen
ships of war ot all classes, with a to
tal displacement of 741,590 tons, have
been picked by the Nay department
for this mobilization. Officers and
crews total approximately 2S,000 per
sons. Thirty-two tlrst-ciass 'uaitie-
shlio fringe the Manhattan shore from
West Forty-ninth street to Fort Wash
ington. These, the backbone of the
navy, vary In size from the super
dreadnaughts "Arkansas" and "Wyom
ing" twins of 20,000 tons displacement
each, to the "Indiana" and "5Iassachu
setti" babies of the battleship fleet
with 10,000 odd tons each. Behind
them. In the current of tho river and
hugging tho New Jersey shore, U a
double line of torpedo boats, destroy
ers, armored cruisers, scout cruisers
and, at the northern tip of the Jagged
line, a fleet of naval militia craft.
Submarines, to a half a score, aL'l
their tenders, aie tied up to their
docks at the foot of West 133d street.
Classification of Ships
Here are the figures of the Navy De
partment showing the classification
and tonnage of the various vessels
composing the fleet:
32 Battleships 491,508 tona
4 Armored cruisers ... 53.000 tons
4 Scout cruisers 15.GG3 tons
21 Gunboats, converted
yachts, tugs, tend
ders, transports, mine
laying, practice, sup
ply, hospital and re
pair ships C3.991 tons
G Naval militia vessels .. 4 A 1 ton3
2G Destroyers 18..J1 tonu
8 Fuel ships 88 385 tons
1G Torpedo boats 3.092 tons
10 Submarines :. .
CELEBRATED BY BOY
Charles T. Cobbe Gives Lit
tle Friends Chance to
The third birthday of Charles Thom
as Cobbe was celebrated with a patty-
given at the residence ot C. N. Thom
as In upper Tombstone canyon. Games
were played and refreshments were
seved, and a peanut hunt was held.
Sllss Elsie Eltlng, 5Ilss Catherine Her
utto. and 5Iaster Hilbiirn Ruff receiv
ing first prizes, the booby prize going
to 5Iaster Russell Le and uorotnv
Cooper. Those .present were: 5Iarth:i
and Dorothy Cooper, Lorulne Polly,
Wluefred and Biurrel Wager, Vern
Batson. 5Iaybetu 5Ialnland. Elsie Cit
ing. Beatrice Wright, Harold Wright.
Alice WIlFon, Ilbwell Rargsdale. Frank
Tustin, Jiminlei Johnnie and Ratio
Berutto, Russell l.ee, 5Iarcus and
Hilbum Ruff, Russel Thomas, Editn
Southard, and Charles Thomas Cotbe.
Pinnwr Rubber-Sanded Roofing is
tho outcome of twenty-five years practi
cal roofing experience. Our unlimited oppor
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ELLIOTT WILL P1TTH
5E BALL I
All-Stars Depend on Abbott
Pitcher to Pull Their
Crovn from Diamond
mine., e Jias been largely Instru
mental In having parsonages built at
Kingman, Flagstaff, Tucson, Douglas.
BlBbee, Safford, Needles, Jerome and
During the ten years .of his lead
ership of the 5Iethodist forces in the
state, new works have teen openci
In Erie, 5IcNeal, Cananea, Sulphur
Springs Valley. San Simon, Littleton,
pastor of the First Metaodtet Church i Hayden. Ash Fork and other promi-
of Riverside, and is a man of wid
experience In church work.
In his capacity as superintendent
of the Arizona 5IIssIon Ccnisrcne.
Dr. Rogers has had direct supervis
ion of all the actlvlUes of bis church
net only within the borders of the
state, but also in a portion of Meiv
co. During this time chflrefcea haw-
been bilt In Tuoson, Flagstaff. Lit
tleton, Ash Fork. Sellgman. Jorom
Cananea. and money subscribed for
J, W. Copeland. of Dayton, Ohio,
purohaed a bottle of Chamberlain's
Caash Rtrsody for hl boy who had a
1IA ..net Ufnr tha hlttl was ali
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nted the boys cold was gone, is uiai a tummuu.wua .. . ..u.u..
not belter than to pay a five dollar Churches are of litUe service to
doctor's bill" For sale by all dealers, a community unless parsonages are
" Advertisement. also provided, so bearing the fact in
nent points. Sunday schools have not
been overlooked, and among the many
established during this time are those
st each of the places mentioned above.
where they are now working In con
junction with the church organization.
The membership of the church in Art
zona has more than doubled during
the decade. In addlUon to this worn
has been organized among the Yuma
Indians and a new church built upoti
the reservation there.
Elliott, of college pitching fame,
will pitch for the 5Ioose in their game
with the All-Stars this afternoon at
Warren park. 51anager Johnson was
stalling when he said that he had a
dark horse that he would run In and
surprise the opposing constellation,
but the mention of Elliott's name will
add nothing to the Stars' hopes of
copping the gate receipts ot the game
this afternoon. In putting in Elliott
for the game, the Jloose have di
vulged that they want that money
and they are going to make a grasp
ing rab for it.
The Stars are pinning their faith
on Happy jacK, Aooott, who uy me
way is the first pitcher with a paw
extending southerly that has been or
will be seen rather,, In a game here
this season. Jf H. J. Abbott comes
up to expectations, there will be a
hot pitchers' battle this afternoon. The
line-up for the 'fray will be as follows:
127 Ships of all classes 741.590 tons
In last year's mobilization here
there were but 24 battleships, and
only 99 ships In all.
Rear-Admiral Hugo Osterhaus is In
command of the entire fleet. His flag-
ship, the "Wyoming," beads the battle
ship division. Tho battleships have
been dlided into four divisions, im
dcr the resectivc commands of Rear
Admirals Fiske, Usher, Wlnslow and
Fletcher. Captain Frank IC Hill Is
chief ot Rear-Admiral Osterhaus' stalf.
while the fleet staff Is headed by Lieu
tenant S. C. Hooper. Rear Admiral
Knight is in command, under Rear
Admiral Osterhaus, of the Atlantic re
tomorrows program embraces a
land parade through the streets ot
New York, by G.000 sailors of tho flee:
Tomorrow night GOO officers will be
entertained at a smoker at a hotel
Sunday Is set aside for worship, with
special services to be held In tho
Cathedral or St. John the Divine, St
Patrick's Cathedral and other houses
On 5Ionday, October 14, president
Taft is expected to arrive in Nev
York, preliminary to reviewing the
fleet the next day. Ho will be accom
panied by the Secretary of the Navy,
who will Inspect the assembled fight
ing cratt that day. It has been plan
ned to have the Secretary's boat head
a long line of crafts, with the Mayor's
boat immediately following his, un.l
private yachts and excursion boots
behind the 5Iayor's 'boat On iionday
night the official dinner in honor of
the president, the cabinet and officers
of the, fleet will be held here
The 'conclusion of the program on
Tuesday, October 15, calls for the re
view of the fleet by the president. In
the yacht "5Iayflower" he will steam
through the line of warships, each ol
which will fire a presidential salute of
21 guns. After circumnavigating tho
fleet, the president's craft will drop
anchor near the Statute of Liberty
and remain there with the president
reviewing the ships as they pass out
List of Battleships
The 32 battleships here are as foV
"Connecticut" 1G.000 tons
"Arkansas" 20,000 tons
"Wyoming" 26,000 tons
"Florida" 21,825 ton3
"Utah" 21,823 tons
"Deleware" 20,000 tons
"North Dakota" 20,000 tons
".Michigan" 1G.000 tons
"South Carolina" 16,000 tons
"Loulsanla" 16,000 tons
"Vermont" 16,000 tons
"New Hampshire" 16,000 tons
"Kansas" 10,000 tons
"5!Innesota" 10.000 ton3
"Idaho" 13,000 tons
"5n.s8lssippr 13,000 tons
"Georgia" 14.948 tons
"Virginia" 14,984 tons
"Nebraska" 14,948 tons
"New Jersey'' 14,948 tons
"Rhode Island" 14,948 ton3
"5Iissouri" 12,500 tons
"Ohio" 12.S00 tons
"5raine" 12.500 tons
"Illinois" 1132 tons
"Wisconsin" 11.332 tons
"Alabama" 11.552 tons
"Kearsage" 11,320 tons
"Kentucky" 11.520 tons
"Iowa" 11,364 ton3
"Indiana" 10,288 tons
".Massachusetts 10,288 tons
Clothing intrusted to
us for cleaning, press
ing or repairing is
given our personal
and careful attention
at all times. Hand
pressing is as much
superior to any other
method as bench
made clothes are to
TAILOR MADE CLOTHE
Make a selection from our half thousand new fall
samples. We can guarantee delivery within ten
dys and that isn't all we guarantee satsifaction in
every particular. .
Tailor-made suits to your measure $20 to $45.
City Cleaning & Dye Works
(Successors to the M. & O. Co.)
Phone 17 Emporium Bldg.
All-Stars 5Ioo3o I
Clow cr MorrU
Green If Kemp
Blair rf Davenport
Abbott p Elliott
Connelly lb Johnson
CMalley 2b Frank
Ellioctt ' 3b Allen
Schultz ss Champion
Gill c Brown
Sharp ut R. Champion
Too Late to Classify
WANTED A woman cook at Whaleys
Eating house. Brewery Gnlch. . 54
WANTED Hoard and room by elder
ly lady, will furnish her own room.
Address Pox 873, Blsbee. 51.
Insurance a. Loans.
Real Estate. Bargains In homes on
NICE 4 room Bundalow in good lo
cation, modern and almost new.
I.arge lot. Part cash and balance
3 ROOM Bungalow, all modern con
veniences. Largo lot and good lo
cation. Part cash and balance
3 ROO.M house with bath and cellar.
Large lot and good improvements
on lot Small cash payment and
balance easy terms. A BARGAIN.
T. A. HUGHES, Manager.
Bank of Blsbee BIdg. Phone 190
NOTICE WOODMEN CIRCLE
AND W. O. W.
All members are requested to
meet at Jfedlgovlch hall, Sunday,
Oct 13th, at 1 p. m. to attend the
funeral of Sister Jane Oliver.
Read Renew Want Ads
FOR SAI.E Standard billiard table
4x9, Brunswick Balk-Calandar
Co. Used two years. Will sell
cheap as owner is Jeavlng town.
See Halglcr the real estate mau.
ISO OOO FEET
Phone us your order.
Deliveries made to all
sections of the district.
Bisbee Trading Co.
READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
2-inch O. D. Only 6c per Foot.
Free Cartage to Any Depot.
One of the largest shipments of 2 Inch O. D. water pipe ever shipped to
the coast at 6c per foot Each length has new coupling and a new
thread, and Is fully guaranteed by Adams Pipe Work? who must make
room for other shipments and are offering It at the greatly reduced price
of 6c per foot, free cartage to any dfepoL
CASH OR TIME.
If you don't pay cash we will trust you for any amount you wish. Write
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