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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. NO VEMBER 17, 1J12.
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BLUE CHIFFON CLOJEH 1
10 BE STARTED
The Store Of
.Y. M. C. A. Members See
Exceptiona'ly Close Scrap
in Arena in Amateur
Boxing at Gym
.WINNER FOUGHT HARD
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Freeman -won a close docliicn overi
I'crt Id a three round bout csterday
alternoou at 4 o'clock at the V. M.
(X A. gymnasium, the match betas
ono of the" preliminaries or the ama
teur boxjng tournameuu Kefereu
Splccr was unable to give a decision
lone-handed and called in Judges
Hodgson and Ketchel and after a pro
longed conference it was announced
that the decision was awarded to
Toe oluciaU were requested to give
a decision lor one or the other of the
Dojcers, or the decision would probably
have been a draw, Both of the box
ers were going strong when time
was called at the end of the third
luund and neither had the advantage
of condition. Freeman had progressed
in aggressiveness and the third
round was his strongest while Pert
was calm and heady, clever in' cover
ing ana quick for an opening, all
through. The match was fast and
Kept the observers on the Jump.
Right Jabs Favorites.
Freeman's favorite was right jabs
to the Kidneys, of which he placed a
number but they were not effective.
lacking in punishment Pert's right
whip was used effectively a number
of times on Freeman's face and head
and his left he also used but without
the horse power that characterized
Pert appeared to have a shade the
best of the first round of two nun
uics. freeman started in to pla for
j'erts kldnejs and Pert retaliated by
a stiff right to the cheek. Freeman
again landing on the kidneys, follow
ing It with a jab to the head Pert
retaliated in kind and repeated at
close range. Freeman took the ma
Jority of the blows of this round but
other than'- a massaged face he
showed no ill effects
Honors Are Even.
Freeman opened the second with a
'left to the head and Pert placed his
left to the point of Freeman's cneek.
one of the cleanest blows of the bout,
which Freeman exchanged for a
risht to the cheek Freeman missed
a wicked lunge at the head and the
two swapped Jolts at close .range,
coming to a clinch Pert came out of
the infighting with a bleeding nose.
It was a warm round and honors
w la- the third Freeman came up
stronger than in the preceding rounds
and by his actions gave notice that
the round was to be the decisive one.
He planted a good one on Pen's
cheek and after a period of infighting
in which the mixed harmless jolts
to the head, Freeman again landed!
on the cheek and they clinched Free
man peppered awa at Perts kidneys
and the blows would have counted
for more had they been effective
Pert was clever In protecting his
head and -H-as also clever iu placing
his right to the head but it lacked
the steam of the right, which he used
loss. Neither man was In distress at
ai.y time of the bout and it wouM
take more than three rounds to de
cide which is the better where final
honors were at stake.
ONLY A FIRE HERO
but the crowd checrer, as, with burned"!
nanus, ne ncid up a small -round box.
"Fellows!" be shouted, this is Buck
len's Arnica Salve I hold, has everv
tbing beat for burns." "Right' also
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, oc
rema, cuts, sprains, I raises. Surest
pile cure It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 20 rents at all drug,
The Meanest Man.
"He's a mean cus, isn't he?"
"Mean? He's capable of going Into a
barber shop for a shave and thn get
ting his hair rut, a shampoo,, massage
and hair trrt it' fust to keep other
-. . of
" 20c lb.
J. B. ANGIUS
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P nil i itv-'A
Handsome gown of electric blue
chltTon cloth over tatln to matcn.
The waist has a veit ot wnlte cblf
fan crossed over and finished by a
collar of vvblte lace. Bands of sable
fur trim the sleeves and skirt. Tba
belt of black velvet Is trimmed with
head motifs at the front.
Copper City Eleven Unable
to Gain Supremacy Over
Gridiron Men from
In a hard fought struggle, teeming
with clever playing, the UUbee High
school eleven loat to the Tucon
eleven on Warren field vcsti.rrf.-n utt.
ernoon uy tne score of 19 to 21 Eah
team made as many touchdowns as
the other but lack of kicking abilities
on mo nan or tne local twim Lint
the score from belnc tied Th tonm
showed a decided improvement oinr
last weeks nlavinc the tttcmava
work of the local bunch urovinc al-
mosi periect. in tnis, capacity M.
uullough and Thomas dlstlnmilshed
themselves Medigovich proved him
self to be a strong defensive center
nut oakum, although in noor nhvs.f.
cai condiUon, was the star of the
There is no reason why tho Iota!
bunch should not have beaten tho
visitors as they had the advantne.)
all through the plalng, but inexper
ience and lack of headnork continual
ly outweighed the advantage gali.eJ
In the defensive work. Luck was with
tho Tucson toys who had the wind
with them all the time but according
to Coach Henrie there Is no reason
why the Olsbee eleven should nut
beat them on their home grounds ow
ing 10 me superiority of the UisDee
High who are yet an inexperienced
Forward Pass Used
The Tucson people had the forward
lass down to a T and it was this,
with the excellent marathoning of
Peterson, that won the came for them
I Thej are a clean bunch of sports and
i .played the gentleman all the way
.through As a strong football team
i for the excellent advantages they havo
ECZEMA CAN 3E CURED TO
STAY, and when J say cured. I mean
Ijuft what I say c V IX S D and
not merely patched up for awhile,
to return wo res than Lerore Remember
1 make this broad statement after put.
ting ten years of ray time on this ono
disease and handling in the mean
time a quarter of a million cases of
th a dreadful disease Now, I do not
care what all ou have used, nor how
many doctors hate told ott that jou
could not bo cured ail I ask Is Just 'a
chance to show ven that I Know what
I am talking about. If you will write me
I TODAY, I will send you a FREE
i TRIAL of my mild, soothing, guarau
?ct-d cure dial will convince you moro
J in a (lav than I or anyone else could
I in a month's time. If you are disgusted
I ana discouraged, I dare jon to give
I me a chance to prove my claims By
wrlfncme today you will.nfov more
real comfort than you had toVer tbopihtl
this 'world holds toi y'ou, Jus( ,tr it
and you will see I am telling-ou the
Dr. J. E. CANNADY, 1702 Park Square,
SedaMa, Mo. . (
Reference Third National Hank. Se-
Idalia, Mo. V ,
could yon do a better act than to
send tills notice to sonio' jioor sufferer
Troops of Cavalry Will, It Is
Expected, Participate on
Tranksgiving Day in
A Thanksgiving day military field
meet, with troops A. 1$, and C and tho
machine gun platoon of the Ninth
cavalry participating, fhas been ar
ranged for Thanksgiving day. Novem
ber 2S, at Warren. V S. cavalrvmon
are the most expert horsemen of the
world, not excepting those of ltal.
""" vae me nrsi rank In Europe,
and the Warren district is deeply in
debted to the officers of the ninth
for providing a holiday sport pro
gram. Captain George K. White, of the
Ninth cavalry, will be lu charge of
tho meet and will act as referee of
all the events. Follow.ng is the pro
gram that was given out iesterday.
Event No. 1: llescuc race, teams of
two men (one horse.)
Kvent No. 2: 100-yard dash, un
liuiltedlimited to number of entries.
Kvent No. 3: Exhibition by high
school horse, Trumpeter Faust Flam
ming, troop C.
Kunt No i. Hurdle race, unlim
ited to number of entries, over pre-
Event No. 5 Enuimnent rn. im.
ilmittid to number of cntres
Event No. t Tug of war prclimlu
arlcs, one team from each troop
Event No. 7 Human race, entries
of two teams from each troop.
fcveut ?so. S High Jumping by
arocKton," ridden by Corp! Smith.
Event No 9: 220 jard dash, un
Hmited to number ot entries
Evpnt No 10 Relay race, dis
mounted, team of five men from each
Event No 11 lUlav race, no rsted,
team of four men trom eav.a troop
Event No. 12. Burro race, unlimited
to entries, burros chosen by lot.
.Must Lo saddled, bridled and f.dden
over prescribed course.
Event No 13. Tug of war, finals.
Field Meet Officials.
Referee and in charge of meet.
Captain George P White. Oth cavalry.
Judges Captain Herman A. SIcverf,
1th cavalry. First Lieut. W. C F.
Nicholson, Oth cavalry
starter. Second iLeut John A Rob
inson, Sth cavalry
Time keepers. First Sergt. Edward
Vork, troop A, Oth cavalrv. First
fatrgt. Charles Young, iroop B, Oth
cavalry, First Sergfc George John
son, troop C. Oth cavalry.
Assistants to referee, FSrst Lieut
M S. Ixunbard. M R. coriw. Second
Lieut Ij. J H. Horwlg, Oth cavalry.
Clerk of the course. First Lieut T
A Rothwell, Oth cavalry
Assistant to tlerk of the course,
Sergt L. L. White, troop IJ, Oth cav.
Announcer, Strgt Major it. T. Dean,
or devt.opment in the University
city, they are lacking in a good mauy
respects and were it not for the poor
general ship of tho Bisbec bunch they
v ould have been beaten to a frazzle
70 Yard Dash
Early in the first quarter Iilsbce
threw away the chance to score by
passing the ball on Tucson's 5 jard
line on the first down and In several
instances showed up their weakness
in this resjiect The ball was with
the Bisbee team nearly all the time
and they bandied It as the) ploasod.
K they had recognized their weakness
in the forward pass and played foot
ball all the way through, the score
vould have tfen different Peter
son's sensational seventy-yard run in
the first quarter and Champion s star
tackle on thp left end were the foa
tures of the game.
The lineup was as follows
Hendry (Ca'pt.) r. t.
D Meyer c.b.
Wyene 1. li. b
Drow n r. h b,
Brooks f. b.
C. Rolfe referred an excellent game,
Pry was umpire, Cobb and Hoffman
were the linesmen
CHARMWG, SUT I SAY,
DO YOU ALVZA21T5
WALK TO THE STATION?
; '"i'NOINDErllD, , M,
VET2Y OFTEN I J2-UK ?' "
'It isa pleasarc lo fell you that
Cliaraberlafn'e 'Cough Remedy Is tjie
best cought medicine I have ever
used," writes Irg. Hugh Ca'mpbelL'of
Lavonia, GS v"I yiave reedU with
all ray children and the results have
ueen nignty sausiaciory " for sale
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Culbj 1. 1.
Peterson 1. e.
Meyer r. g
f T WILL be well worth your time to come to
. our store now if you intend to give away gifts
this year, for never before in its history has it housed
such a multitude of handsome things.
This is truly the "Store of the Hour" the one
place you ought to see even though you have no
idea of buying.
Chafing dish, a good gift, for her, prices $8.00 to
$14.00. .Traveling cases leather, prices $2.50 to
$25,00. Manicure set, Sterling silver, prices $1.50 to
$2000 Writing Set, Sterling Silver, prices $2.00
up to $15.00.
I THEs HENKEL Jewelery Co.
legibility Regulations Are
Drafted and Being Sent
to High Schools of Ari
zona for Adoption
BISBEE HASSAME CODE
The eligibility rules for high
school athletics, which will be um-
rorm throughout the state, are pat
tejned after tho rules of the states of
Wisconsin andwllllaois, according to
Principal Snyder, of the Bisbee High
school, who haj been working for
several years Jgosecure tho adoption
of a uniform setfof rules for the high
schools of thistate.
Eligibility Rules, i,
U the meeting of 'the teachers of
the state at the! Universe v of Arizona
last April a coifunittec wab appointed;
to 'draw up a Set of eligibility rules
that should befaidopted by all high
schools of tbelfetate. Tho principal
of tho Tucson high school has com-,
pleted the rtraftlpf the rules and they
are now being sbut around the state
for the approval of the schools. I
Rules Bsns Relayed. I
They are nowbetng relayed through
the Salt River valley for endorsement
and -will" be sen'fGhls count Soon
In this way thtty will be adopted by
vote and It wlllnot be necessarj to
wait until the next meeting of tho
teachers, at Tucson "toext April, to
formally promulgate the new rules
Bisbee has had these jears and
the local high school will profit 1
the adoption of them by all other
high sehools in the state
NEWS AFFECTING THE
PIES IN MARKETS
News Received Today
fecting the Stock
(By Levy Bros.)
NEW YORK, Nov 1C Uow Jones
news by E V Hutlou'o private wire
to Levy Bros , Copper Queen hotel.
Pretfdent-EIect Wilbon says he will
cull an extra session of congress not
later than April 15.
Peace prospects arc favorable b--
ttcoor Altntrlf, anil CaWti T?tiBlq le
- StrutherrUelee(j to njno Uetcrn,t,ta U pre-
' Net shortage of idle cars increased
to 1,518 in the fortnight that ended
No ember 7.
American Tlnhnno anil Tl,.erAni
UctJuTCijt3;feoml,any uaa Deon directed by Attor--t-
Ocon t"eY Ooneral Wickersbam to abandon
certain methods employed and com
plj with tne Sherman law.
Reports that business continues to
ttjiand with practically all avenues
of trade busy. Railroad purchases
continue on an extensive scale, not
withstanding decision as to raising
railroad wages near at hand. Arbl-
ttatlon board will announce its dc
clon ot engineers' demands on No
When Wrinkles Co"ie.
The flrtt wrinkle of age comet oa
the ride of the cheek just In front ot
the ear and Us possessor Is, as a rule,
the last penon to notice it. Jut be
bind the ear there is usually a falling
oft pf the roundness of the neck, and
the hair becomes thin, leaving a baW
look on the woman ov?r 40 If she Is
not careful to remedy these important
blemishes Massage will do more for
theo growing Imperfections than aV
tacst any other facial defect.
Fig Culture in ',nc"eae.
The growing of fir 's rapidly assum
frig exteniTe prpDorttopi a (jjB -gan
ioaquln vallcy.tfi being said t,hat fully
1.090.000 flz trem har hnon nlantml
Un thl, section -of the vaifey frosi
Kerce3 county south, including Tu
lare county. The fig culture is stead
ily becoming recognized, a Is shown
by a careful study of. the i pUntlnga
that have been going on It Isjbe-
eved that It wliuieadlly toewk
fresno Rt-publicaa 4'
Phone us your order.
Deliveries iiiade to all
sections of the district.
Bisbee Trading Go.
Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 School Hill Telephone 427
The Southern Paciflc
Of Mexico, Maintains at
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T E. PASCHAt-
Forward your shlomen1 In hli
He Pays All Expense
nd collects from consign on de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
Tne Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of the
LANDS and MINES of th West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LA WTO N, o. F. & P. A.
NOTICE TO CAHANEA-BQSTON
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Cananca Boston Mining
company Is to be held at the Phila
delphia hotel on Satnrday. Ndvember
23ruT.at3 Slffo. fraipr tliojpnrpolo of
considering thou re-organization of the
' H. S. SMITH, Pres.
S.-SF'S. F. DANCE.
Dance "civ en br S P "s fr iir'dav
Advertisement. ' " 649
:jvMSMd'sch&rges o y
PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
"HER CHOICE" Our choice. E.orjbody's choice AVcil fitted to Oil
"THE POACHER'S PARDON" Tho first picture ever produced in
England by an American company Picturesque scenes in rural Eng
labd compose the background for Uils intensely dramatic story
"THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCEE' YMuiy depicting the fallacy of
convicting a man on clrcumstaa'lal ev.dence
"A TRIP THROUGH BELGIUM" Scenic
"A FOE TO RACE SUCDE" A good comedy along the lines or
one of Col. Itoosevelt's pet ideas.
Come and havo a dime good time at the matinee at 2:30.
Evening performance at 7 a coadnuous show,
PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME.
JAMES P. LEE
Musical Comedy Company
See the "Baby Doll Chorus"
Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Overture by orchestra
7:45 p.m. Curtain raises S:15 p: m.
Admission lower floor 50 c and 35c.
Entire balcony 33c. Gallery 25c
JACOB SCHMID Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits jou at this show house
Admission oc and 10c
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
25c lb. Live
All our Turkeys
ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
Jas. Temby, Prop. Wm, Caley, Mgr., Main St.
TRY AN ORDER
Of our fresh fish and oysters
(just received by fast express)
also spring chicken and duck
served any style.
THE BUSY SEE (BZIFE
BISBEE AND LOvVELL
BRUCE PERLEY has removed his FIRE INSURANCE
OFFICE to Room 1, Maze
ill n A,
are corn fed and fat
will feel like
they should feel if
f ep airing done
here. All work
guaranteed to be
er and nails for