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THE BISBEE DAn.Y REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17. 1912.
gT3ff rmeqf IK,
mwiw i i mum mron m m j.i iwmmBUL I
(And Other Visitors)
those visitors who
may wish to make
purchases in our line
Sunday we will be
1 0 a, m. to 1 p. m.
"The Safe Place"
Brief Local Items j
A farewell party was Blven Wed
nesday evening by the J. p. R. club
In honor of Miss Amies Borrego, who
left yesterday for El Paso. The par-
Beginning Monday Members' ffJiaBVr"vatihtf,lo?.fcof Mr-?nJ
t- - ivi.i - lilts, v. j. Vaughan, which was dec-
of Troop B Will Com
mence Practice on
Lovers of horses and fine riding
will hae a chance to seo some of the
Iw-st In both almost any day begin
ning Monday morning when Troop IS.
Ninth cavalry stationed "at Warren
commences practice. The drills wMl
till be on liuracLacfc and contain :i
wide range of eternises including -no;
onlv the regulation -dulls renin red
))v the- war -ueimrtment hut the best
and woM difficult of the drills of the I J
Davis, Denver; P. G. Cornell. Jr.
iinrfipmpn nf Riirono and thi Ulym- -"-
pics. At present tho drills will take
place at 7.30 every morning, but la
ter on as thu men and horses In
crease their proficiency. It Is
tended lo give several, exhibition
drills at, a time when till who desire
tuny tee them.
The work of laying out the courso
has begun and before the commence
ment on Monday the various hurdles,
ditches, etc., will hare all been In
stilled. The officers seriously regret
that they are unable to procure a
.ood three-mile track, which Is re
quired for some of the' nfcre intricate j Sprlggs, Ixs Angeles.
work but mose' attending win ne as-
NONE BUT FAITHFUL
FOR LAND OFFICE JOB
Register Parker's Term Ends
Wears' B. M.
and ' He
. "Jteavy. heavy hangs over your
head. King, or superfine?" This Is
tJie n,iiery. now being asked In exclu
sive republican circles, tho itosltlon of
the registe.- of tho United States land
Office at Phoenix being the heavy ar
ticle now dangling from the hands
of 'the Taf t administration. Who will
succeed Register Frank Parker, of the
lapd office, whose term expires in
'While democrats will look with
longing eyes at this three-thousand-dollar
plum, noie but the liolitfcally
plire in heart and dyed-in-tbe-w5ol of
Schedule K shall receive it, at least
lor the timo being. President Taft
has announced that he will fill all
vacancies before his term expires.
Parker will not be reappointed the
wise ones say, as he wears the Hull
Moose brand. I.eo BIgley and R. A.
Kirk are the biddeis for the job and
local republicans say that Rigley will
The term of office of C. E. Arnold,
receiver of the land Office, also ex
pires in DecenVer but he will prou
ablv have no opposition for reappoint
ment These appointments will lie
Burn the Mortgage Fair
I Ends in Certain Surety
of Antlered Throng
In a whirl of glory and at the sum
mit of Its high popularity the Hum-the-Mortgage
Iiazaar came to an end
early this morning. It was a gloriuus
uccesK and has more than realized
the hopes that the Elks had or can
celling their outstanding debt. Prom
early evening until after midnight thu
building was crowded as It never has
been 1efore. Elks from Douglas el
bowed Elks fronw lllsbeo and from
Cananea. And there were v'gltors
from a number of other Arizona lodg
es. It would le interesting to know
how many different lodges wcio rep-
j resented nere in the lilsliee home.
' It was a joyous, jolly, generous crowd
that occupied every available Inch of
Cananea and Douglas Come
The evening train brought the Can
anea delegation whose arrival has
been looked forward to during the
.entire week and even before. There
fellows are very popular here In Uls
bee and the resident Hills have too
j little opportunity to mingle with them.
rWhen the) filed from the train It was
iounu xuai mere were tiny 01 man
Including th football team. They
were among the flist to arrive and
the club house and w?r hardly inside
before tfc,ey started I make things
"hum and once started they gained
momentum every minute and were
the liveliest of the llvelj.
Douglas did not arrive until nfter
nine o clock when their special train
came puffing up the hill and to the
station where it wag met by a recen-
'tlon coramltteo of twenty-five from
the local lodge and escorted up to
the already crovidedcliib house. On
the train there were ninety and be
sides those who came in automobiles.
Last Goods Sold
Despite the sales of the week the
boths looked most attractive when
the doois opened last night. The de
mand for them was Incessant and In
creasing as the ev.cnlng wore away
Then came the auction of those that
were undisposed of and this occasion
ed much Interest and excitement.
Article after article was bid In and
knowed down until the last one had
teen sold and all this time the games
i ii'naan. mannln i Illi t-HOi in tll r n.
isino where the soft drink bar proceeds various tricks of actual warfare. The
i were given to charity. This the Elks
j had consistently teen pushing during
I the entire evening and the receipts
were reported during the cvenlns to
I be above executions.
j Upstairs the ball room was crowd
I ed with dancers and the sounds of
tnelr merriment camej uown uie siairs
and mingled with tro toar or (he
crowd there. It wsj a wonderful
Better than Expccted
Until the receipts of last night have
been counted it cannot te told wha
the gross receipts have bef n and un
til the accounts have been cast up
it cannot be actually determined what
the profits are and this will take sev
eral days. That the indebtedness has
been met and more than cancelled Is
however crtain as it is that never has
a bazaar In DIsbee paid so welL
Roughly speaking trie Teceipts up to
last night were Tuesday $1230. Wed
nesday $375. Thursday $1875, Friday
$S75 and from otner sources uuu or
in all in the neighborhood of $GG00.
When the teceipts or last night are
added to this it will be readily seen
how magnificently the people of IHs
txje. Lowell, Warren. Douglas and
varanca nae support "- i"'
which has now gone into history The
Elks are to be congratulated on this
great success that they have achieved
and have reason for the pride which
they are now feeling.
orated. In the club colors, pink nud
preen. Songs and games was the en-'
tertalnment of the evening Those J
present were Misses Virginia Daven
liort, Doras and Ethel Fletcher. Rosei
and Frelda Suttey. Maria Kamlnsk,!
Blanche Campbell, Harriet Vaughan,
Margaret McCusker, Nellie and Win i
nle Ityau, Agnes liorrego, Dora Svvy-1
ers; Masters James Povve, . Donald i
.Smith. Walter Jones, George Vauglian
aid Pert Hunt, My.'os Hanks, Hovvanl
White. George Cerkln. Felix Melghan
and Jnmes Reniy.
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Yesterday's Hotel Arrivale.
At the Copper Quetn hotel: R. M.
Ky.: S, Witkowski. San
Prancisco; Arthur J. Kuh: Frank E..
Orgory, San Francisco; Earl Omand,
New York. Minnie Ilrandt, NIckolaus,
ln.ICal.; W, G. Gilmore, Tombstone; C
is. Jinna) rnoenix; T. n. Grace, ki
Paso; li A. Pelrer, Milwaukee; L.J
I. Robinson, Denver; T. C. Stamford,!
San "rancisco; Chas. Edmundson.
Cananea, John V. Montague, Miss Ed
na Work Miss Florence Hall. Miss
lna Mue Aldrca, F. - D. Kehovv. J.
ST. Lnvvton Harry l Crlchton,. I. A.
Htisy. A. R. Mollenkamp, Cananea:
G. L. Noe, jas Angeles: II. F
sured of seeing pome of the most dar
in riding that they have ever wit
nessed. Head and Sabre Drill.
Tho first drill will be called the
head and sabre drill and consists of
a cavalryman running at full speed
with drawn sabre strikln;
cf leather placed on top of a pole
The beconu drill Is a hurdle nnu
consists of jumping across a ditch
3 feci and ttvo inches wide
The third Is another hurdle and
consists of lumping a bar IG feer
wide and 3 feet C inches high.
The fourth Is the stone wall jump
unci consists of jumping a stone wall
1C feet wide, 2 feet, 6 inches hlgu.
The brush, hurdle Is the next und
consists of jumping over a pile of
Irush lfi feet wide, and 3 feet six
Recruit Horses Training.
Placed In the center cf the course
will be the lounging ring used for the
purpose of tralir.ng recruit horses, cs-
l.cially to make turns and charge.
v.hlle In close quarters nnd to do the
ring is 2 feet vv Ide
Among tho specially dimcull feats
will be the table jump and the RU3
slan Cossack drill, the latter re
quired of officers only, which they
must take at least one a year.
The Cossack riding consists of spe
cialties consisting primarily of cross
ing in the stirrups while riding at
full speed and tho Russian test con
sistB of riding 3 miles in 11 minutes
and Jun.ping three hurdles lu each
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TOW 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1
We have just received another big car of household goods, including dining room
furniture, etc. Purchase one of our round extension tables to Serve your 1 hanks
giving dinner on.- Pay for it on our easy payment plan. Pick your holiday pres
ents now and we will save them, for you. Pay part down and balance to suit your
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STB W A RT
(Main Store EI Paso, Texas)
Tho I-idy Maccabees will give a
dance at Odd Fellows hall on Wed
nesday evening, November 27. Dren
nun's orchestra, will make the ni'islci
and everyono is Invited to attend..
Next Tuesda night is the Maccabees
at a ball I rt"'"ar meeting mmit aim mere win
Op initiation oi several canctuaios in
the first and second degree.
NEGRO SOLDIER STABS
The following Interesting wedding
announcement has ben received by
"Mr. Jackson Pierre Richardson
and Miss Mary Margaret Shaw an-1
nounce their marriage on Thursday
the 'fourteenth of 'November, one I
thousand nine hundred and twelvo
at Willcox, 'ArCzona.1"
'At home after -November four
lecntb. Dragoon, Arizona."
A Pertinent Lecture.1
Rev. K. G. Decker pastor of the
Methodist chiirch. has ordered from
Underwood & Underwood of Ner.'
York City, a lecture' and one hundred
stea-eopticon views ,6t Turkey. Mr.
Decker believes that a largo number
of people will bo Interested in thte
subject. He expects the picture!
early in December and the date -l
his lecture will bo.atinoiipced later.
Tho lecture was .propared by a sp
cial representative vno nas spo.ai
privileges in Turkey. -.
Hammock Sole Proprietor.
As will Im seen from a formal an
nouncement in another "olumn of
this paper. Earl D. flammack has ob
tained sole proprietorship of the
Plain Price store, on Main btrcet. .lis
LEONARD CASE 10 BE
Ninth Cavalrv troopers at
Douglas Engage in Fight
with Tragic Result
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE
GROWTH OF BISBEE?
You can never buy a home here cheaper than today Do you realize that
this town is growing rapidly. Times are picking up and property is bound
to fall in line.
Our business is your business.
You want a home of' your own.
We have one for you. JMJi 1 X
Here are some real bargains in houses.
In Warren, 4 room bungalow; all modern improvements; in- good
condition and ready to move into ,. ..-.$1700.00
On Mason Hill, 7 room house; fine outlook; all modern improve
ments and in good condition .f $2100.00
On Bailey Hill, a very desirable 2 room house . $250.00
In Dubacher Canyon, 2 room house with furniture; all in good con
These are just samples of what we can do for you Come in and we will
tell you all about these and others.
THE REAL ESTATE MN
FIRE, PLATE GLASS, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
Opposite Depot. Phone 76. v Phone 7G.
former partner W. T. Williams har
ing sold his interest In the business
to Mr. Hammack. Williams will leave
in a few days for Nacozari, Sonor,
where he has accepted a iiosltion n
the mining industry.
Judge Fred Sutter and wife, of
Tombstone, arrived In the city Friday
evening and registered at the Cop
per Queen hospital
Deputy County Attorney Alexander
Mnrrj has returned from a business
trip td Tucson and Tombstone
The case of the state against l.eo
nard, a prominent merchant of Doug
las, who is chdrged with a grave fel
ony offense, punishment for which is
fixed at from 5 to 15 years, will be
icalled up ror the preliminary hear
ing Monday morning immediately aft
er the arrival of the morning train
for terms of four years and they wllliTe3Cheil the city last night from Doug-
serve If- the senatec onflrms the ap
pointments, in which event they eouia
only !j removed for cause.
Doo't waste your- money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment Is cheaper and belt er-Dam-pen
a piece of flannel with It and
bind it over tho affected parts and It
wilt relieve the pain and soreness.
For sale by all dealers. Advertisement.
The Greeks wore a hat called a
petasos, which was soft and light, be
ing made of felt; it was strapped un
der the chin to fasten It firmly to the
bead. But only the lower classes
among the Greeks, such a herds and
travelers, wore hats, and both sexes
wore hats of the same shape. The
Creek nobility and gentry wore no
corerlDg, for the head out of doors,
cad women only adorned their Jiiir
with a weath of flowers.
in utierft he conferred wltn uong'
las counsel for the defense, stated
last night that Uie case would be
called tomorrow morning in Judge
High's court. Either the county at
torney, or his assistant, Alexander
Murrr. will represent the state. The
v,mi,llnlnr witness. Miss Minnie
Rrandt, arrived in the city last even
ing. Leonaru, wno was jurmemj .u
caged In business here, is at liberty
linear tend of $1,500, with J. I
Droojcs and John Caretto as bondsmen.
Wilbur C. Griffin, a private of Troop
D. Ninth (Colored) cavalry, was fat
ally subbed .yeetcrday morning at
nine o'clock at Douglas by a comrade,
J. H. Landies, of the same troop and
regiment Griffin was taken to the
camp hospital, where he died at 11:331
oclock yesterdav morning. His Douy
was removed to a morgue.
Landies Is under arrest charged with
murder In the county jail and his pre
liminary heating will be held Monday
Landies and Griffin were working
at hitching up a camp wagon when
they quarrcd. Landies drew a picket
knife and attacked Grirfin, inriicted
two deep cuts In Griffin's body and a
stab four Inches in depth in the fors
'hcad. The knife was driven with
great force and the blade was still
sticking from the wound when Griffin
was removed to the hospital. It hav
ing broken off. Griffin Is said to have
been a perfect specimen of physique.
Flora has returned from n
trip to Tombstone.
City Attorney Ed. 'J. Flanigan has
returned from a bnsfness trip to
Mrs. Thems McQraw Is convalesc
ing from an illness of typhoid fever.
E. Dupeii, sectetary to United
States Attorney Morrison, arrived In
the city yesterday from Phoenix.
Horse Killed in Gulch.
A horse belonging to John Klest. a
colfee and tea dealer, was killed in
Itrewery gulch early yesterday after
noon. The horse, attached to a deliv
ery wagon, was standing at a hitch
ing post. A borso attached to a
Royal grocery delivery wagon became
frightened and ran into Kiest's horse,
impaling the animal on one of the
Mhafts. Oillcer Parley McRae put the
horse out of its agony by shooting it.
Iln The Churches
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Young people's union at C:30. Topic:
i - Mistakes Often Made." Leader for
, the evening J. S. Williams.
I Preaching by tho pastor at 7:3D.
i There will be no prayer meeting1
i Wednesday evening. There will be
j union services each evening during
t the week at the Presbyterian church
In the observance of Home Mission
Week. Don't forget these meetings
and let us make Home Mission Week
I the banner week among the churches
, for the cause of Christ in our home
laud, tor this year. A special program
has liecn arranged for each evening
'and the best musical talent of the
city, both instrumental and vocal, vviil
Funeral of Lester.
The body of Frederick Lester, who
died on November 8 at a local hos
iiiial, was turned over to the county
undertakers estorday and was buried
at county expense a Evergreen cem
Mrs. Chas. A. Wlttlg iert yesterday
lor Yuma, where she will Isit
friends and relatives for a few days.
Mr. Joseph Walker and danghter
left for a brief visit fo St. Paul, Minn.,
last night. '
Being Well Corn.
The problem of being well born bat
appealed to philosophers and states
men in ail times. The Jews gnarded
the birthright In ways that ate large-
ly responsible for the virile strength
tfie race, in a tsparians secured
strong warriors, but failed to develop
ether qualities. Plato definitely work-
tons cf birth. The eugenic conscl- 1
ence of th Romans made them the ru
Urs of the world.
The term "Scandinavians" le not
confined to the Norwegians. The
Norwegians are iadeed Scandinavians',
hut so also are the Swedes, Danes and
Icelanders. For that matter, the Ger
mans, Ecgllib and Americans of Eng
lish stock are also of the Scandina
vian stock, since it Is more than prob
able that Germany was originally
stocked from the land at the North
men, and It is from the North Ger
man stock that the so-called "Anglo
Saxon" comes. The Northman ha;
written his name large in history an
bis breed Is today ruling the world,
and will continue to rule it. In all
likelihood, to the end of time. Thero
Js no other blood so virile and powerful.
H. L. Stewart or ttj Stewart Fur
niture company left tor El Paso Jast
Fired Fifty Dollars.
B. W. Eisber. who was arrested
Friday night b Officer Al Kcmpton,
charged with lelng a vagrant, was
lined fifty dollars when he was ar
raigned before City Judge High yes
terday morning. The -defendant paid
The boy's appetite is often the
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable M to do Its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers.398
Hoxel for Catt.
A cat-lover, Walter Scott, has
started a free hotel for cats at Che
shire, ConnecUcut. Himself an inn
keeper, be has fitted up a large room
In the basement of bis hostelry, and
there homeless cats can take refuge
and get three square meals a day.
Ther re now over 100 cats in the
free hatel. Mr. Scott is so satisfied
Lily Temple No. 3 Pythian Sis
Sera are Initialing new members at
their regular meetings the last meet
ing 3-candldites were given the mys
teries of the order.
The next regular meeting night,
Tuesday, Nov. 19' will be given to a
social dance. InvltaUon have been'
mailed. This, like all other social
dances given by the Pythian Sisters
will be largely attended. Punch wilt
be served in tho .banquet room by the
committee. A good program of dances
will bo had and Brennan's orchestra
vill furnish the music. All Knights
1 of Pythias and their friends are ln
I vited to bo present.
Lily Tcmple"No. S is numbered
j among the leaning Temples oi i,e
8iaic in memuemiiiii.
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday school 9-4 5 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon U a. m.
Wednesday Choir practice 7r30 p.
m RrnthArhftAft nf SI Andrew mtvls
with his experiment that he Is taking j g.'-g p m
steps to establish a chain of hotels CKEIGHTON SPENCER,
for cat. I Rector
Come and bring one.
Sunday school V:43 a. m.
Preaching service 11:00 a. m. S.u
ject "Our Country's Debt to Christ!
Epwortli league 6:1 SO.
Preaching service 7:20. Subject:
"Units In Making Your Country God's 1 1 employed.
Country.' J. W. HPPERI.Y,
No prayer meeting this week. This
church Is uniting in Homo Mission
Next week tho pastor will give an
.illustrated! lesson of The Ufe .afJ
Abraham." using stereoptican .pljH
E. G. DECKER.
A complete line of Mound City Paints and Berry Bros,
U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Next Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH "
Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. Classes
for all ages. Men and women are
especially urged to come to this-ser
Young people's meeting at C:30 p.
m. Topic: "Mistakes orjen Made."
Proverbs 14:1-24 Leader: Mr. David
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
and at 7:20 p. m. Themes of 3ei
mons: ''Our Country's Debt to Christ.''
and "Units In Making our Country
God's Country What the Presbyter
ian Church has done, and it's presunt
The Missionary department of the
Woman's league w'U hold It's regular
meeting in nhe church Wednesday
afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock.
Homo Mission Week will be observ
ed by the, Protestant churches' of lils
bee. The week-night meetings will
be held In the Presbyterian church at
7:30 p. m. The different workers will
have charge of the several meetings.
On Sunday evening, the 24th, a union
meeting will be held In the gymna
sium of the Y. AL C. A. building, be
ginning with special music at 7:00
p. m. For the program of the roectj
Ihgs notice tne special announcements.
In the paper.
Union Thanksgiving Day service in
the Episcopal church Thursday, the
28tb, Rev. J. W. Epperly will preach
JOHN E. FRY,
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:45.
Preaching by the pastor at 11.
OF J. C. OF
L. D. S.
Opposite the laundry. Tombstone
Sunday school 2 p. m.
.iReligio C;45 for which wo have a
good program and at 8 p. m. Elder
S. D Condlt of the Missionary Force
r.ill discourse on the Jerusalem C-ov
pel to which nothing has' been added
or taken from It. ,
All are cordially Invited to attend.
LUTHERAN SERVICES AT LOWELL
English Lutheran services will lie
held at the Lutheran church at Iowull
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Subject
of discourse: "The Word of Christ
a Means of Grace."
Sunday school at 4 o'clock. ,
A cordial Invitation is extendod un
CARL E. GUENTHER,
"CHURCH OF CHRIST"
Opposite Central School.
Services this I-ord'a Day Nov.
Bible school at 9:4C. Topic Tifi
Great Question." ?
xlreacblng and Communion 11.
Theme, "Our Mission." x w
Pfayer meeting Wednesday evening
..Afternoon and evening at Jlggervllle
Chapel. , 13
Bible school at 2:30. 5f
t Preaching at 7. 4
'Everybqdy welcome and strangers
" C. W. MAXSON".
The Christian Science society holds
Its Services every Sunday morning
at ll:00 o'clock in Medlgovich hall
1A11 are welcome. Subject for No
vember 17 Is "Mortals and Immortals,'
A complete stock of Build crs' materials, Tools of every
description and the best m akes, and cutlery.
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