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THE BISBEE DAILY REV 1EW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIUAV MORNING, NOV EMBE&,8,J$l2
SACRIFICING ALL, PATRIOTIC SERVIAN
WOOLEN ENLIST IN COUNTRY'S CATJSil
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Based on Health
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El Paso & Southwestern
Railroad Reports Freight
Receipts for October
. More Than Oct, 1911
. Better business, evident In all lines
of business, Is nowhere more positive
ly Indicated than in thi freight busi
ness of the Msbee branch of the El
rasp & Southwestern railroad. Bus!
ness, Incoming freight, for the month
or October, 1912. was better by ap
proximately ?3C.0On than in the same
month of last year.
This means that more new people
are Uv4ng and more people are liv
ing better in Rlsbce than cvor before
This increase Is distributed between
all lines of business in the Warren
district, amounting to several hun
dred thousand dollars.
The growth of lllsbce's demand for
necessities and luxuries has been
gradually Increasing for nearly a year
and very month shows a substantial
The Southwestern's special refrlg
erator service has resulted favorably
to the railroad and to the business
men of this district and El Paso It
is a weekly service and is patronized
by It.sbee and Douglas to a large
extent. The car that arrived yester
day had 9.000 pounds of produce for
lilsbee and almost an enual amotm'
for Douglas. All of this was formerly
bought from Los Angeles wholesalers
and shipped by express to Blstiee.
COPPER QUEEN STORE
. .AT LOWELL A BEAUTY
Cpmpany Place in Suburban
flown Will Be Ready for
Business in a Few Days
i jhe new Copper Queen Storo In
Lowell is rapidly nearing completion
and Uef ore . many days the beautiful
building wifl be ready for occupancy,
according to -a statement made by
Allie Soule, the manager. The few
remaining finishing touches are being
made and with the arrival of the itx
tures, which are on the way from "the
northern factories, the store will be
ready for occupancy.
The interior Is finished in cherry
harmonizing with the entrance and
the show windows are the largest and
handsomest in Lowell. Thero are two
seW of display windows, one 6x21xS
and the other GxKxS. and these are
topped by panels of leaded glass and
all brilliantly lighted by 34 Xray r
fector lamps The Interior is to be
lighted by 20 large Madsda lamps en
closed in masshe globes of translu
cent glass. A feature of the store will
ho a roomy window seat situated be
tween the two doors of the entrance
for the use of the lady shoppers.
IF YOU WANT
a well made nne-fltting, latest style,
up to date fall -suit or oercoai, don't
fall to see Bob Irvine of it C Irr.ne
Co., Chicago's fashionable tailors and
shirt-makers C'oppet ijuid IioipI
Kov S and 9 Adver'tsemeit l
applies to you as well as to Turkey. If you
expect to feel thankful on November 28th,
our famous Chicago tailors,
Ed. V. Price & Co.
can make you look like it by supplying you
with clothes of the latest fashion, cut from
woolens of the latest quality and tailored to fit
your form. Better let us take your correct
measure today. The cost is reasonable.
Suits and Overcoats from $25 to $45
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Servian women are sacrLSclns everything to help their country in
the present war with Turkey. Many of them cave Joined the ermy and
are fighting side by side with their husbands and brothers. Others have
cone to the front aa nurses.
Among the rich Servian women who have sacrifled everything- Is lime.
Kllka Ferra N. Tamboraskt She has given her palatial home and all her
money to the Red Cross. In the accompanying picture sht Is seen on
her way to the front at Fogerizrotz, where she will organize the hospital
POLICE TO BE GALLED
BT TELEPHONE LIGHTS
A system of police telephones with
electric Hash light attachments will
be installed at once by the city at the
recommendation of City Marshal IUr
set Watkins. These telephone lights
will be placed at street corners over
h business section of the city, so
that they may be seen from any pan
of the down town section.
Oae of the telephones -will be plac
ed on the pole at the foot of Brewery
gulch, another on the Klatiron build
ing. atMhe cornet- on Alain and Sub
way, and another at the head of Brew
ery gulch. By the' useiofthts system
should a riot or disturbance break out
in any part of the city, it would be
"flashed" to officers in any part of the
city by the electric lights on the tele
phones. The telephone exchange in a meas
ure takes the place of a central po
lice station in IliUieo and often "Cc-n
tral" is asJed to locate an oSlc -When
the telephones are installed a
call will be put in for every one of
the police phones but Instead of bells
the phones will have calcum lights,
which will burn until an officer ans
wers one of the telephones
The city marshal recommended the
system to the co lewil Wednesd:-
night lr unanimous!) was agreed :o
and will be mot-iiled at once
I SEEK 10
IH F8SI OFFIGE
More candidates are coming out and
being pushed out "by their friends '
for the degree of P. M. of the Lia
Blta Pie society. Yesterday the Review
mentioned three and the names of
four others figured in lobby talk yes
terday as candidates for the job.
j These are Gus Halgler, real estate
and insurance man; Pat Meenan, of
the L J. O-veriock brokerage house.
L. It. Bailey, of 1-oweli, constable and
democratic leader of that democratic
burg; and J M. Ball, representative
and druggist. There are said to be
others who are also lining up tbcr
fnends to secure the plum.
Many Want Postmastershlp
From all indication .the scrap for
the postmastership at Blsfcee is going
to be a miniature Armageddon. While
the job will not be available for a
number of months yet the office seek
ers are striking the iron while it is
hot. In making appointments of this
'kind the distribution is usually made
'. nn rnmmmonilltlnn nf tha ofnta -n
ators at Washington and they In turn
look to the state, county and city or
ganizations of their party, The Blsbes
Job pays $2,800 per year but if prosper.
ity continues the salary will be rais
ed. Vntil recently it was $3,000.
See. juic) fresh Flottda oranges
at I B Angus Aurtisemeni 300
Prominent Leader of Bull
Aloose in Cochise Says
New Party Has
Come to Stay
OLD BOSSES ROUTED
On V.Vtfnesday, following the elec
tion Captain John C Greenway was
a business visitor In Douglas. The
Dispatch took occasion to interview
him on the result of the national elec
tion with the following result;
"So, 4 am not disappointed with
the election results. Far from It. I
am pleased that Colonel Roosevelt
and the newborn progressive parly
have made bo good a showing in the
country. 1 am satisfied that there
will be a dlferent story to relate four
years from. today."
This Is the way that Capt. John
C. Greenway of Warren, one of tau
progressive candidates ' for presiden
tial elector, sums op the, situation.
He was here yesterday for a short
"I am Ratified to look into the fu
ture. The great trduble' has been
that many people looked upon the
progressive movement as being mere
ly temporary In character. It is fur
different from that. In fact. 1 look
i to seo the progressives take the place
or me old republican party It is
patterned upon new lines, meetlug
the demands of 'the nation.
"One good thing has been accom
plished by the movement The ini
quitous Barnes, Itoot, Penrose and
Guggenheim ring has gone down to a
most crushing defeat as a tesuIt'UJt
the attempt to control the citizenship
of a great country. That is good '
Captain Greenway was especially
pleased with the excellent showing
made "by the progressives In Warren
and iLowelL An. atfvaAtage was
gained ,byneither party, staking tis
VM-BefJncts together,' the demiv
.'cratlo lead In LoweJl, "the teino
cratlc stronghold" of Cochise county,
being exactly balanced by the nro-
i gressive plurality in Warren.
1 ROYAL ARGUMENT
Several enthusiastic parties on com
fng out of the Royal Theater last
evening remarked tnat the Royal
wou'd make more If they quit charg
ing admission an-J took up a collec
tion after each show as all the pa
trons would be willing to give a
quarter after seeing the show and
some a great deal more.
Another said the music alone was
worth the price of admission ; then
another patron remarked that it sure
ly is worth a quarter but all It cost
hfm was fifteen cents and ho was
satisfied with tho present systPin.
The reason fo rail these remarks Is
No Eye Strain.
A grea many people claim that
motion pictures are injurious to the
eyes. We claim that a visit to our
theater is not only a pleasure but a
positive rest to tho optit nerves.
The decorations and floor cover
ings are of n cool, pleasant green:
the hangings on the stage are of the
same shade and serve to frame the
picture to the best advantage.
Gold Fiber Curtain.
Our picture screen ,1s not of the
old type which forma a glaring re
flection of all white JIghts thrown
upon it. We have the only genuine
gold fiber screen In the southwest,
'hlch goes far towartl placing tho
Pictures at the Royal in a class by
Music a Feature.
Then the music Is another feature
at the Royal. Speaking of our or
i hestra, In their choice of selections
.snd 'n their rendition, thej are Un
surpassed and the fact that they
play the pictures,' that Is play such
t .usic as best suits the style of plc-
I tare, adds greatly to the attractlve
i ness of the show Advertisement.
ST IJl'lS, Mo.. Nov. -,. Rev.
Jamts T. Coffey, the successor of
Archbishop Httrty of Manila in the
pastorate of Kt Leo's church In this
city, celebrated the silver jubilee ot
his ordination to the priesthood to
day Thb program Jp"ned at 10 o'clock
this morning with solemn S-gh mass
at the church In the presence of a
Jarge audience The ji'bilarian was the
celebrant and was assisted by person
al friend?. Archbishop Glennon pre
sided and Rev Edward J ""
preached the jnbilee. sermon.
BANK OFFICIALS ON TRIAL.
NEW ORLEANS. La.aNov. 7. The
rascfl of Adam Wagatha, Joseph 'A.
Gomlla and Kugone F". Buhlcr, for
mer officials or the Teuton la Bank of
this city, were railed for trial today.
, The defendants are charged with re
ceiving deposits after the bank was
k idwn to lie insolvent
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KgMOOi wro. cq-, Mhtfing, mi.
W. B. Cleary Tells of Experi
ences in Giving Address
es in Residences in Cit
ies in California
.Making campaign speeches In the
pallors of modern homes to women of
a neighborhood, with tea and sand
wiches coming up that Is a part of
the experience ot a campaign speaker
in California In these days of equil
suffrage, aya William B. Cleary, who
has returned from California where bo
delivered a number of speeches for
the national democratic ticket.
"I suppose that I made as many as
fifty speeches to women in parlors of
California homes. The women of a
neighborhood would be Invited in for
the occasion and after the speech
making it is customary to serve some
thing to eat," said r. Cleary.
Approves Women Suffrage
"I was confirmed in one belief and
reversed In another by my experience
In. California," said he. "I was con
firmed absolutely in my opinion as
to equal suffrage. There Is no doubt
In my mind but that It Is uplifting."
"What I saw in the large cities how
ever, convinced men that the election
of Judges Is not always practicable.
1 believe that for large cities Judgus
should be appointed by the governor
for a six-month term and make the ap
pointment so great an honor that its
ermine would be sought after by only
the most able and fearless lawyers.
The recall over the governor would be
effective on the Judges."
Scores Campaign Judges
"1 saw. during my campaign of Cal
ifornia. Judges speaking from the rear
ends of wagons, making all manner of
prejudicial claims and promises and
the bad feature about It is that they
were probably elected. A Judge or a
candidate for Judge who makes such
a spectacle of himself can not be on
Spciking of the result of the elec
tion In California, Mr. Cleary said
that he naturally was very much pleas
ed that the state went for Wilson.
Another unique experience of the Bis
bee man was to speak to about a
hundred women nurses at a well
known San Francisco hospital. ,
HEARING ON CHEROKEE CASE
Washington, d. c.nov. 7. The
rights of 5,000 Cherokee Indian freed
men to lands valued at from $5,000,000
to o0,000,nno are fnvolved in the
Ca&f. Of ttlf If CVltOntYnll bnftlofv nn,1
others against the secretary of the ln-
iLTiur, wnun came up tor nearing to
day before, the supreme court of the
District of Columbia. The Keoteowahs
arc flll.filrvnrf.l rlnn1,An.. H.t.. ..1.
Ject to the freedmen participating, in
the distribution of the tribal assets.
KANSAS TEACHERS CELEBRATE
TOPEKA. Kas., Nov. 7. School
teachers from every part of Kansas
gathered in the capital for the fif
tieth annual meeting of their state as
sociation. The meeting will continue
over tomorrov and will be combined
with a celebration of the association's
golden Jubilee Leading men of the
state will review the advancement of
education during the half century
that has elapsed since the association
was organized. Other topici.' are to
be dealt with by noted educators from
outside the state, including President
David Starr Jordan of Leland Stan
ford University, Dr. David E. Smith
of Columbia rnlverslty. Dr. Isabel Bo
vler of the Universltv of Illinois, and
Dr. Curdul Thorno-Thomsen o: the
University of Chicago.
FARMERS' NATIONAL CONGRESS
NEW ORLEANS. Li.. Nov. 7. Hun
dreds of progressive farmers, repre
senting more than half the state of
the union, assembled In this city to
day to take part In the thirty-second
annual meeting of the Farmer's Na
tional congress. The organizabon
claims active membership of more
than 5,00.00(' farmer. At the pres
ent convention, which will last four
days, numerous agricultural exports
of wide reputation will deliver ad
dresses. Road improvement, inland
waterway, the parcels post, the re
striction of immigration, the teach
ing of agriculture in f lie public schools
and numerous other subjects of gen
eral Interest and Importance will be
discussed. Tho officers of the congress
are: President. George H. Whitaker,
Washington, D. C.becretary. George
II. Kimble. Port Deposit, Sid.; and
treasurer, W L. Ames, Oregon, Wis.
ANDREW D, WHITE 80 YEARS OLD
ITHACA, N. Y- Nor. 7 Andrew D.
'),(.. ftro ,-.,l(1an nf Pnrnell IfnU
-.mltr -inrl fnrmpr 'iTnbfis&ildor - to
Grrmany. attained his eightieth year
today and was the recipient ot a flood
of congratulation from the trustees,
raculty and students of Cornell and
other friends throughout the country.
Dr. White was born i-i Cortland coun
ty, this state. In 18S2. He graduated
from Yale In 1S63 and spent the next
three years In European travel. In
187 he became rrofessor of history
and Eng-lsh literature at the Uni
versity of Michigan. This position no
resigned In 1SC2 on account of ill
health, and a year l&fer became a
member of th- Now York senate. At
the expirrtion ot his form In Uic Bel
ate he was elected first president 'of
Cornell University, j, posiKon which
he held until ISS5.
A New Evil.
Husband TSo long as yon -went
around to the pcl o Tnt, "why didn't
you do it?" Enfranchised TVIfo "An
other lady int using tho booth."
To Have Health. Bowel Movement l
Absolutely Necessary How .
Best to Obtain I1..
If woman's beauty depended upon
cosmetics every woman would be a
picture of loveliness. But beauty lies
deeper than that. It lies 'in health.
In the majority of cases the basis of
health, and the cause of sickness, can
be traced1 to tho action of the bowels.
The headaches, the lassitude, the
sallow skin and the lusterless eyes
are usually due to constipation. So
many things that women do habitual
ly conduce to this trouble. They do
not eat carefully, they eat- indigestible
foods because the foods are served
daintily and they do not" exercise
enough. But whatever the particular
cause may be It is Important that
the condition should be corrected.
An Ideal remedy for women, and
one especially suited to their delicate
requirements, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of women
endorse 'highly, among them Mr3.
Nora Robertson, 135 S. 11th St., Lin
coln, Neb., and Mrs. Anna E. Edwards,
Correctionville, la., wjio have It con
stantly In the house to meet such
emergencies. All the family can us'e
Syrup Pepsin, for thousands of moth
ers give it to babies and children. It
is also admirably suited to the re
quirements of elderly people. In fact
to all who by reason of age or In
firmity cannot stand harsh salts,
cathartics, pills or purgatives. These
should always be avoided for at best
a genuine remedy like Syrup Pepsin
i riltilj' but permanently.
' cat be conveniently obtained at
-in- nt fifty cents or one
Herald Says People Will Ask
Legislature to Put
Them in Pinal
The Wlnkleman Herald serves no
tice now that the people of that town
will renew their effort to get them
selves transferred from Gila to Pinal
county by a change in the dividing
line between these two counties. It
would seem that tho effort of Win
kletnan is not without good cause, ac
cording to the followjng recital by
"We have the be3t of thc argu
ment. It costs us twenty-four dol'
lars by rail to reach Globe. We pass
through four other county seats. Thir
ty hours are consumed. If we go by
stage w-e take our lives in our hanjs
over the Pinal range, where the old
driver himself recently, after telling
his passengers to dismount, was kill
ed In attempting a death-inviting
descent. Florence, the county scat
of Pinal county, is two hours distant
by rail. The fare is a trifle over two
dollars. One can go and attend to
his business and lose but a single
day. We deserve good roads to and
from our county town. Winkleman
and Hayden pay SSG.000 in taxes in
to the treasury cf Gila county, an
nually We want good roadways to
Kelvin. Pinal county will build them.
Gila countj will not do these things.
We are remote from our officers. We
see them once a year. When they
want our votes they come across the
mountain with a few dobes and man)
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Nov. 7.
Nearly all of the foremost education
al 'nstltutlons of the country are rep
resented at the annual conference of
the association of American Univer
sities, which assembled today at the
University of Pennsylvania. The con
ference will continue Its sessions un
til the en(l of the week.
WOODMEN FIGHT RATE INCREASE
LINCOLN. Ncb-j Nov. 7. The Ne
braska "Insurgents" ofUie fraternity
of the Modern Woodmen of America
assembled in mass- convention here
today to decide upon a plan of action
In opposition to tb rate increase
which the supreme council of the or
der proposes to nut into effect on
January 1. The Nebraska members
who are fighting tho raise will en
deavor to have a spcval session of
the legislature called before January
1 to pass a law prohibiting an in
crease In the rates of a fraternal or
der without a referendum rote of the
A WOMAK-S WISDOM.
The worried mother wakes up to hear her baby's heavy breathing a little
cough perhaps the cropp or whooping couih. She docs not want to send lor the
doctor when perhaps the trouble docs cot amount to much. Finally the thinks of
that medical book her father gave her, Thc Common Sene Medical Adviter, by
R. V. Pierce, M. D, She says "just the thing to find out what it the matter with
the little dear." Two million households in this country own one and it's to
be had (or only 31c. in stamps 1,000 pages in splendid cloth binding. A good
family adviser in any emergency. It is for either sex. This is what many women
write Dr. Pierce in respect to his " Favorite PrefcrT'i" " f notJj -shieli has
made thousands ot melancholy one! - i - t -
the oainfu! roimn'-,
any woman to tawo
MRS. NORA ROBERTSON,
dollar a bottle. You will find it gen
tle in action, pleasant In taste and
free from griping, and its" tonic prop
erties have a distinct value to women.
It Is the most widely used laxative
tonic in America today and thousands
of families aro now never without iL
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you .
would like to make a personal trial
of It before buying U 'In the regular
way of a druggist, send your address
a postal will do to Dr. W. B. Cald
well, 413 Washington St.. Montlcello.
111., and a free sample bottle will bo
mailed you. Results are always guar
anteed or money will be refunded.
WOMAN FOR MAYOR.
PItESCOTT. Nov. 7. Taking ad
vantage of tho success of the woman
suffrage amendment In Arizona. Mrs.
James Loy filed today her petition for
iinayor of Prescott on the socialist
'ticket for the city election which' oc
curs in January.
DEMOCRAT DUNNE STRONG.
CHICAGO, Nov. 7. Edward I?.
Dunne, democrat, carried Illinois fo"r
governor hy a plurality of 110,C5L
with 202 precincts not yet heard from.
Outside of Cook county his vo't was
243,181 and his plurality 50,638 over
Governor Deneen. Cook county gave
him 6t,016 over Deneen and 52,672
A mud turtle, said to be ISO years
old, has been In an Albany (N Y.)
family 65 years. Wrinkled skin,
ty-oken shell and twisted claws Indi
cate Its old age. It Is very frlendly
with the bouse cat and night finds
them under the stove with the turtle's
head on tho cat's paws.
Who Said Corns?
i I Use "GETS-IT"
It Works on a Sure, New Plan.
"Glory! Come and See How GETS-IT
"GETS-IT." the new corn cure on
a new principle, works like the touch
of a fairy's wand. No more knives,
razors, files or other instruments of
torture for corn-sufferers. No mora
salves, plasters and bandages that,
hurt the rest nf the tne mr.ro tli-,n
they relieve the corn.
'J'GETS-IT" never Irritates or turns
(ha (mi. (Tn.ti Am f I.. ..
..c i.hk iicu ruic. it i &4it; us -water.
But my, how it does, get after'
corns, bunions, callouses and waits.
It works painlessly, but it shrivels
'em right up till -they drop off, leav-
ing the firm, healthy flesh under!
"GETS-IT" is guaranteed to givo
satisfaction, or your money is re
funded. All druggists sell "GETS-IT" at 25
cents a bottle, or it will be sent on1
receipt of price by E. Lawrence fi;
(-! CMffn -lt In m.hiw. K- nla.
Jbee, drug Co, Centra' Pharmacy,'
TTKalrta rWvdrrn Hot- Pa Jtifl
w oJicu cbcertul and happy, oy curing
.aiU. undermine a woman's health and strength.
2j desire. U to writo a few lines to let you know what
your Valuable jnedleine hits dnn for me," writes Miat
M aboabct KrsnEKT. of 32a .S. Rentalon Street, ISaitJinon
Md. "lVoro tb storck came to our hmi'-e. I was vrry sft
woman. 1 wrntw you for advice which was kindiy given ana
which made me a different woman In ashort tim Altfr
taking the firt lottle of 'Favorite Prescription I ffan
Improving so.tijat I hardly knew I was In such a cndlUmi.
I old my own housework washing and irontaiz, ttjoklngf
sewlns; and t'iflwnrt of olVnumed throo children who ha
whooping cough? ritordlv knew of'tho advent ten mtajiteft
before so cay vm It. Tb baby Is a"Jat as a butter-balu
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