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THE BiSBEE DAILY REV IEW, BlSBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1. 1912.
tM4a EVERY WELL DRESSED
man and woman owes it to themselves to wear a
quality of Jewelrv that is guaranteed as repre
sented. This you can find at THE ONE PRICE STORE.
HENKEL JEWELRY CO.
DR. SHINE DEMOCRAT
Bull Mofeacj. Allows Scions
of Dem6c?acy-to Do as
HeM ,C lease
PoiH!Qtloratlon is que" pf the
V. K. Sajne, wbo Is rromlnent In the
dqcrstlc party. Dr. Shine attended
the democratic national convention at
BiHlttorjMjis odq of Arizona's dele
gates and-, quite naturally is "an ar
dent supporter of Wood row Wilson
for prefUlont of the Untied States.
Not so . rUh the younger generation
of. th? .Shine family, howover, as it
deVrtqpea" yesterday morning at Lo
well, when Dr. Shine, with Ms two
sons, nocorapanled the doctor"! caauf
fetor id t&e, office- of Justice George
Sirtfttr'fi'Ht-Lowell, for the latter to
register' as n voter.
, Already Registered.
J;Da yoa -want to register, too?1
Judse Smith atked the sons of the
lUJAb .we've registered already,"
they rapped In, chorus.
'1 'nwvos? ydu're going to volo for
Wtbwn then," the Judge eI1. bat We
Eujfpositton was wrong a mile. One
ofdheni is going to vote for Roos-
eft and. the other for Taft, so theyi
V Gray Horse Blamed,
pr.'Shlno bfrmca the political d s-
seauon (m ms amuy pn a gray norse
thrft'Jio- ovrn4i by Captain John C.
Greenay, Vid,ls a, neighbor of the
Shinh; tairr W5 Warren.' especially
Wifh'lreltrfehW in Hif ilVm-a ,,f h
nmafc'fflpppcterlo blsfatairy. It
Js Hh4L,yigSt,r'' contest pleasure
to IMffe til giav. horse and It gives
Th4c;edc.ai;tbe. captain are firm
i" ftHl'Pti"? jxjijucai fanes-.
unqlfpk $ sending; jf a.grar? borSe
thronghrihe gnVes 6f ;Try7 so to'
speak, proselyflhe a future" Voter In I
tho family of the delegate to the ne-1
COPPER QUEEN BAUD
GIVES 1G CONCERT
Bawden's Dictatorship of
Musicjaijs Shows All Can
PJay Well with Him
Owing to the weather man's down
ward revision of the thermometer,
tho hour of the bands concerts at
Vista Park has bosn changed and
beginning today, when the Copper
Queen band will play, the hour will
lx 3 ociocK in uie arternoon.
The Copper Queen band gave
Jhelr usual public concert on the
"streets of 'the city- last night and
attracted largo crowds. There Wero
thousauds'-ofvpooplo down town and
tho conceits ,gave the evening an air
Thqre has been much improvement
in tho 'band sinco F. J. Bawden as
sumed Iti leadership and Us con
certs are? thoroughly enjoyed by the
public Mr, Bawdon hopes to be
able- to -arrange a trip tp , Phoenix
with, the Cojiper Queen band on Oc
tober 2S, the dato of the opening of
the -state fair.
The .program for the concert this
afternoon at' 3 o'clool; is a3 follows:
March, "Neddemeyer' Thriempal,"
Fantasia. "Creme de la Creme," T6
bania. Waltz, "Italian," I P. Laurendean.
Overture. ''Chimes of Love." C D.
Y. W. C. A TO DRIVE
Only Chance to Escape Wo
men Workers Is to Show
You Are a Member
"Dreams of Erin," Dr.
"Soldier's Dream." Rlp-
Flnale,' "With Sdrd and Lance,"
Stark, ,c . " '
NOTABLE WEODINp IN OTTAWA
, "S " J' ' ' '
OTTAWA? Ont, Oct. ' 12; Sdcjotv
thronged St Andrew's church this aft
ftmruin n thn KiAtne nf MIA Ann.l
,rM., j ., . .. t --''- - - o
iiuaaj ui-raucrauc convenuon, was QMver. deughter of the former minis
certainly a coup for tho profrefsslvsa. , ter of the Interior and Mrs. Frank
j Oliver, and Mr. Julian Garrett of Ed
Sick headache te eeused by a dis- j monton, Alta. The bride 'nas attend
ordered stomach. Take Chamber- ed by her sister, Mrs. Allan Koefer
Iain's Xablt-ts and correct that and j as matron of honor. The bridegroom
tho headaches -will disappear. For had Mr. Jingnian Itobins, of Rochest
sale by all dealers. Adv. 727 er. N, Y., ashis best man.
Among the busiest people ln this
vicinity during the coming week will
be the membership committee, of tho
Y. W. C A. who will frequent the
highways and by ays in other words
the canyons and trails which Ifad to
tho homes of prfcent A fjc$ble
members. In, tho-fjlsirtnJsiao to
Increase to tho maximum the list ot
Y. W, C A. members SoV the next
year. . .
The work will be done through, tho
committee, who wJlIbotfetJ"wby Wlub
girls and so thorough is to bo their
campaign that one's (mlyinbanlof
escape from their Importunities will
be the ability to reply ln t&4 atrir&a
tive to tho frequently propfttdi8ft, 'in
quiry: "Are you a member!' Ii
But their quarry will be only wom
en those who are members but who
have not renewed their membership
for tho coming year, and those who
have not yet become memberp,'but
who will bo eagerly solicited" by
these active workers during jLhencom
Tho campaign will close on Sat
urday eenlng with a jollification at
the Y. "vV. C. A. to which all members
are invited. There will be music
talks and cats, oa the beautiful lawn
surrounding the building, weatner
permitting; otherwise, it will be nec
essary to celebrate ln-doors.
OLD IRISH PLAY IS '
FOR BISBEE HEARERS
IN BISBEE LODGE WOBLD
Synopsis Of The Week's News Of The
Orders And Societies Of The City
B008T ELKS BAZAAR
Four Blsbee Uoosters ln the Elks
automobile made tho trip to Douglu3
Thursday night attended lodge meet
ing at the Smelter City and extended
a cordial Invitation to the Douglasltes
to attend the fair and to select a night
to be known as "Douglas night" The
party consisted ot J. H. Gray, "W. D.
Evans, G. A. Graves and P. W. Wil
son. Talks were made by Messrs.
Graves and Evans to such good effect
that co-operation1 was promised and
the last night of the fair, Saturday
Nov. 16 was named as Douglas night
at which time it is expected that a
special train will be run up to accom
odate the antlered herd from Douglas.
The Blsbee Boosters promised to help
their Douglas brothers later on in the
season when that lodge, after produc
ing a comedy ln Douglas, will send
their troup to this city. In this re
gard Walter D. Evans assured them
that the matter would be taken up In
the "Blsbee way"' and that would mean
a big crowd.
CANANEA EAGLES COMING
The attraction at the Orpheum for
the next two nights is a beau'lf 1
domestic Irish dramc, Kathleen Ma-1
vourneen," an old play, but Bllll fresh
in the memories of the theater goin
public Tho scenes are laid in Old
Irlenda. The first act the homo ot
David O'Connor, here his daughter
Kathleen long? to become a fine
lady and falls asleep and dreams she
marries Bernard Kavaugb, a rich
man. The other threeacts' arewaat
she dreams, and In the fourth act
she wakes up much to her delight I
that It is only a dream. Tho comedy
is rich and wholesome and good
Irish wit and humor. Tomorrow
night the K. C. will have full control
of the bouse and a record crowd Is
expected. Seats for tonight and to
morrow are both going fast so our
advice Is to secure your seats early.
Will Yon Spend ONE DOLLAR
I Elect Wilson President?
How deep is your conviction that this government ought to be in new hands in
dean hands ?
How much are you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down
the line to the very smallest offices in your locality?
The Democratic National Committee has every reason to believe that every pro
gressive voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket.
And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in
amounts of 2, 5, $10 and 20. -V
To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory.
Time An Important Factor
This is another case where time is money.
The enemy have their funds supplied instantly by
We have only a few days and contributions to be. effec
tive must be received at once.
There is no question of the money of the People being
abfe to defeat the money of the Trusts.
Secause it is greater even in volume and will be used in
straightforward telling ways.
Bat to be effective it must be received and used within
the r" ' "
t2. ' "'7 necessary. Let us have your
contribution or Uic ui you make up from your friends and
co-workers today if possible, tomorrow sure.
How Your Money Will Be Spent
Woodrow Wilson, our standard bearer, has never had
the tinw or disposition to talk; about himself.
He has nerer used spectacular methods to place himself
fr ie 'pdtHgbi
His greatest work has been done without ostentation, in
the most expeditious, dignified manner.
The great mass of voters do not know what a really
great man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done.
They do nbt understand all the features ofhis platform.
We must tell them. --' -
To educate this great nation of voters, especially the
deae thinking -Independent Democrats, Republicans and
Prozrpssives who choose tbeir.Ieader on his merits, means
the expenditure of a vast amount of money. . , .
We propose to Txse your dollars in just thjs wi$
lodJciouslyanVl without a penny frittered away feKan un-
' We know yoa have confidence we will do this thtrijj and
Why the Dollar Counts
H tkic campaign the issues lie between the forces of
S.o$f5ntiF Goveramenrand Popular Government.
l Kapre&ntative Government only a part of the people
hive tafineoce t&osc with no political faith, who spend
irrnsnt to ny dect!on where their own ends are fur
Jt-P'-paHr Government all the people have influence,
I jicse their ex'tcarires and legislators do not dare to -
presecHrfiU s the people. s . . ,
K'MrKKiatlvif Government as ever, this vear is brinj
fp hid by themoney of the Interests. It is being spent
i . shly tp give the yeters a wrong Impression of Wilson.
FoouUrGevsjtjienL this year, to win, must depend on the
rjtli -t-sg t3d aboat Wilton. We mustpubBslj hireoerd
- Ntfo'tnbToadcasrsO'thatnoone can controvert it
. .. il 7our 82 vor JK, your Wt er SW wm cjpntand
.-Jspeiu&uusL . -
Head a List For the Fund
If you know several Wilson voters, or work in a place
where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from
all of them.
Place vour name and the amount of your subscription at
the top of the list and get the others to join you.
Msntion tho name of this paper on your list.
Then mail the list and contributions to C R. Crane, Vice
Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Com
mittee, 000 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, I1L
This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can
do for clean government next to casting your ballot lor
Wilson and Marshall on November 5th.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Sign the Coupon in this comer and fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on the Coupon.
Issue all checks, money orders and address all con
trlbutlons to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance
Committee Democratic Nation! Committee, 900 Mich
igan Avenue, Chicago, III.
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Woodrow Wilson should be elected President of the United
States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson con
tributor. A Souvenir Receipt handsomely lithographed,
well worth framing.will be sent to yoa. Your letter will
help the fight by encouraging your friends.
TJo everything you can to holdup Wilson's hands in his
clean campaign for the people who do the work and fight
ing of the country.
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
To C ft CRANE. Vic Cbtlinu Fin CommiCtM.
Tt DnorUc NttiOMl Commitu. 900 Michijan Avnse.
A believer In the jroaTelv lde2 of gwernnwot repra
estwUatlieaji3ilACyof Woodrow V?non for Prldeat of the
United States, and to the end that he mtr take the office free
handed, un trammeled, and obligated to none bat the people of the
country. I,w1ah.to conufbnto throcjh you the sum of f.
toward the e5nts ofcGoir.i.Wlidon's camptlrn.M ( ,' ,
.State... V.. .,..'..
Next Saturday and Sunday will bo
Eagle Day In Blsbee for on the first
mentioned evening the Eagle 'ball nine
with some faithful rooters will arrho
from Cananea and preparations for
their proper entertainment are well
under way! The occasion of the affair
Is a return visit for that paid to Can
anea by local Eagles Labor Day. It
Is learned that the visitors will bo
entertained by their local brothers at
a theatre party Saturday evening, tho
boxes having been secured for tula,
and next day will come the ball game
followed Sunday evening by a supper
and smoker. Speakers for the smok
er are being selected and notified and
it will bo one of the jolllest affairs
the Eagles have ever undertaken hete.
It was planned to have this ball game
earlier In the season but the Cananea
party found it impossible to accept
me original oaie, wnich was to have
been today, and finally selected OcU
fcer 20 for the ball game.
Play Ball Today
The Moose continue to lead In fur
nishing out of door entertainment 'or
the baseball lovers of the district Had
It not been for them the season wouM
have Ingloriously closed much soon
er than this but thy continuo to
keep up the Interest and will again to
day meet the All Star team. Tireso
rivals have furnished some excellent
ball and the game ot this afternoon
is certain to be well played out from
start to finish.
which was tendered here to tho visit
ing Douglasltes last spring when eigh
ty of them came up In a special train.
That invitation has now been recehed
and Saturday night October 26 is tho
date selected for the big noise. Exal
ed Ruler James M. Ball has named as
a committee to arrange for the excur
sion Joseph H. Gray, chairman, Wal
ter D. Evans, M. A. Deano, II. If.
Fricke, Percy W. Wilson and G. A.
uraves. it is desired tnat at least
125 Bisbeeltes make this trip for UDon
the showing that Is made on that oc
casion will depend the number who re
turn the visit ln connection with the
Burn the Mortgage Bazaar. The Bls
bee committee will meet this week and
start at once ascertaining who will
make the trip by special train to Doug
las a week, from next Saturday.
OLD COUNTRY DANCE
WILL ATTEND SMOKER
AH summer long Bisbee Elks have
been expecting an invitation to at
tend a smoker at Douglas such as that
For a moat worthy object the
Knights of Pythias will hold a dar.co
which promises numerous decided
novelties on the night of October 29.
James Graham is a member of Knights
Pythias and is a sufferer from tuber
culosis. He has failed ln health anl
desires to go home to the old country.
He has a wife and several children
and the undertaking ot getting them
all back to England is an expensive
one. This Is what the local Knights
of Pythias will do, however and with
that object in view the Old Country
dance was arranged as a novelty. Tick
ets are now being sold by the Knights
and the sale is reported to be progress
ing in a highly satisfactory manner.
ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS
Full authority to organize and pro
ceed has teen received by the new
est ot the orders in the city, tho Royal
and Select Masters, a branch of Ma
sonry and the only chapter of suca
branch thus far to have been estab
lished In the state of Arizona. Pur
suant to the authority given to them
the Masters have elected officers as
follows: F..E. Bennett T. I. M.; C.
A. Carter, D. I. M.; C. C. Freeman. P
C. W.; J. C. E. Fry. Chaplain; C. F
Phllbrook, Treasurer; N. C. Bledsoe
C G.; Crelghton Spencer, C C; D. B.
Dilloway, Stew.; Georgo W. Stewart,
Sen. The start that has been made
by this organization is a highly suc
cessful one and the rank bids fair to
prove a popular one.
WILL HOLD INITIATION
Tuesday night is regular meeting
night or the Pythian sisters, at that
time there will be held initiation in
addition to the other work. This or
ganization has a number of applicants
for membership and Is looking for
ward to a rapid growth during tho
ii DnrntriD hi
"The Heart Breakers." Manager
Mort H. Singer's latert musical com
edy h:t which enjoyed a six month'
run at the Princess Theater, Chi
cago and Is In Its second season on
the road will be seen on October
1.9th., at Orpheum Theater. II will
serve to Introduce the latest of musi
cal comedy stars, namely George
Damerel, who played; the prince in
tho 'Merrv Widow" for the last five
years. The piece is up to the par
excellence standard of all tho Singer
productions, and has the same pret
ty and attractive chorus that has
made Manager Singer's name a guar
antee of clean and wholesomo play?
There are many novelties Introduced,
and Mr. Damerel has a waltz number
with Miss Myrtle Vail that bids fair
to become as famous as tho Merry
Widow waltz. Advertisement
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy, who had
a cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is
that not better than to pay a five dol
lar doctor's bill; For salo by all
dealers. Adv. 727
Y. . G. n.
Physical Director Plans for
Endorsed by i ' ' " ' 1
Also Called Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pru
ritus, Milk-Crust Weeping
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO
STAYf and when I say cured I mean
just what I say C-V-R-&D, and not
mertly patched 'up for a while, to
return wo-se than before Remember,
I make this broad statement after
putting ten years of my time on this
ono disease and danllng ln the mean
time a Quarter of a million cases
ot this dreadful disease. Now, I do
cot care what all you have used, nor
how msny doctors have told you that
yoa could not be cured all I ask is
a chance to show you that I kno
what I am talking about If you will
write me TODAY, I will send you
a FREE TRIAL ot mjr mild, soothins
guaranteed cured that will convince
you more In a day than I or anyone
else could ln a month's time If you
are disgusted and discouraged, I dare
you to give me a chance to prove
my claims. By writing me today you
will enjoy more real comfort than
jjou had over; thought.. thia- wpr!d'
.holds' fof you. Just try if and -you
,wil! see 1 am telling you the truth.
Dr. J. E. Cannaday. 170? Park
Square, Sedilla, Missouri.
Refer nces: Third National Bank;'
Could- you do a better act than to
send this notice' to some poor
All the gymnasium apparatii at the I
Y. M. C A. has been given a thor ,
ough overhauling, and everything is '
icady for the opening of classes Mon I
day morning. A schedule of c!aj I
work has been prepared bv Physi'-a ,
Director Wadsworth and printed, su I
that any member dcalr ng to join a
class may inform himself as to hours
During the season the physical di
rector plans to hold athletic meets end
Kroup contests, to organize vollfj
ball, basket ball and indoor baseball
leagues, handball, pool, bowling, box
ing and wrestling tournaments and ex
hibitions. Hike Club Organized
A new feature ot the gym work will
te the Hike Club, which on every
Saturday afternoon wJH make expe
ditions to the hills and valley for ex
ercise's sake. Following Is the weekly
schedule of gym work:
Monday Business men's class from
a to G; night miners from 2. SO to 3:30:
seniors, 8 to 9:30; high school and In
termediates, 3:30 to S.
Tuesday Juniors, 4 to 5; junior
leaders, 5 to 5:45:
Business Men and Miners
Wednesday Business men, 5 to G;
night miners, 2:30 to 3:10; senior
leaders, 7 to 8; boxln, wrestling
tumbling and advanced work on ap
paratus, 8 to 9:30.
Thursday Seniors, 8 to 9:30; Jun
lors, 4 to 6; high school and inter
mediate leaders, 5 to 6.
Friday Business men, 5 to C;
night miners, 2:30 to 3:30. high
school and intermediates, 3:30 to 5;
S to 9:30, high school basket ball.
Saturday Juniors, 9:30 to 10:00 a
m.; association basket ball league,
S to 9:30; Hike Club, 2 to 6.
These are the elements to which
we owe our success.
Strength: In the conservative, care
ful management of the bank's affairs
by men of known Integrity and abil.
i -Rewdtcs. Capital 4 stfyckhplders'
liability and a reserve fund that Is
held for tho protection, of those who
deposit their money here.
Service: The courteous, prompt and
careful attention of etery official or
employee of this institution to your
hankies and business needs.
4 per cent en Savings.
THE BANK OF BISBEE.
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cameras, toilet articles,
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gloves and maiks, etc
As a special offer daring
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THE BANK OF BISBEE
W. II. Brophy
J. S. Douglas
M. J. Cunningham
L. D. Rickctts
W. H. Brophr, President.
J. S. Deraghri, Vice Pre3.
M. J. Cunningham, Cash.
J. P. Conolly. Asst. Cash.
H. W. Williams, As't Cash.
4 per cent PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Always Found at
BUSY BEE CAEE
BISBEE AND LOWELL
and Transfer Work of all
kinds. Prompt service and
prices reasonable .
Glenn McLaughlin Phoneo
firmw noiise, near!.convent, improvements ,r.$X5IoQ';i
3-room house, near convent, improvemeitts,' . '. SlO.Op"
'4-rocm house, shade trees, Tombstone canyon SlO.OCf
Stab'le, box stall and loft G.00
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