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THfi BISBEE DAILY REV JEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, NO YEMBER 17, 1912.
Superintendent Philbrook Is
Asked to Permit Warren
District Pupils to Take
Up New Football
TROPHY TOBE OFFERED
Soccer may be introduced In the
schools of the Warren district. A
committee of the Warren district as
sociation football league, of which
Ian' Fowler la chairman, "has taken
the matter up with School Superin
tendent C F. Philbrook and the con
sent of that official has been ob
"I believe in the encouragement of
' any clean sport In the schools," said
the superintendent yesterday, "and
am informed that association football
Is clean, healthy sjort less likely to
injure players than American foot
ball." Committee Sends Letter.
The following letter was received
by Professor Philbrook from the com
mittee of the district league:
C. F. Philbrook. City,,
"Dear Sir- I am requested by
' the committee of the Warren District
Association Football league to write
you and endeavor to ascertain your
opinion and ideas concerning the
formation of a school boys' league to
play association football. A number
of our fans who hae children at
tending the public schools hero
broached the subject to tut and the
matter rests mainly with yourself.
Trophy To Be Offered.
"If li.c idea is u.c-i by you the
league will put up a trophy to be
played for by teams representing the
several schools of the district and
the league will also agree to furnish
the balls and to supply coaches for
Dig teams. Rules prevent any rough
playing or man-hanuling and the like
llhood of injury Is reduced to a min
imum. The game in England has the
support of at! classes and "gates' of
40,000 people are- weekly occurrences.
Hoping you will give this your fav
orable consideration and thanking
you in anticipation on behalf of the
"league, I am,
"'Yours very truly,
"DAN FOWI.KR. Secy."
INTERIOR VIEV OF HENKEL'S JEWELRY STORE.
Recent artistic Improvements make this one pf the most uns'to data
Jewelry establishments to lw- found t-outh of IJcnver and -west of ELPaso.
The latest devices for displaying stock to artistic advantage have been In
stalled, making tho Interior an every day-ln-the-year how. Just at this
time, when the stock Is repHe with holiday miggextions, tho store Is
particularly attractive. ' (
SUFFRAGETTES 10 BE
NAMED IOLUE BOOK
Who's Who in Arizona Will
Soon Be Published and
to Be Issued at Tucson
Mystery of the
CITY WINS VICTORY '
IN INSURANCE CASE
The city of nisbee has won Anally
tbe case of, the Arizona insuran'o
agency against; the city. City .Attor
ney Edw. J. Flanlgan , yesterday re
ceived from Clerk Dillon -of the state
supremo court notification that the
Judgment of the Cochise superior
court was reversed and remanded with
the order- that Uvj case be dismissed.
t This Is tbe case which involves the
ValldltV Of thf nnllnnnt-n I.....J l.u-
hho last clty administrating in'thJ
montn or heuruary or this year, im
posing a tax onall Insurance agents.
Tile superior court of this county de
cided the case favorably to tho Art
ions Insurance agency and the city
appealed to tl(e supreme court, which
has Just handeddown a decision.
Fractional Declines Result
from Lack pf Supporting
Orders But Past Prices
TARIFF TALK POTENT
HOI MISSION WEEK
IN BISBEE CHURCHES
Special Services Every Even
ing in Charge of the
Beginning Monday, Nov is. the
Presbyterian. Episcopal. Baptist, Chris
tian and Methodist churches and the
Y. W. C. A. and the V. M. C. A. will
unite In keeping the national week in
tho Interest of Christian work in the
United States (and Insular possessions.
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock t lit
Iter- J. K- Fry of the Presbyterian
chnrch. will speak at that church.' His
subject will be: "American Indiana.
Africans and Asiatics." The remain
der of the week's program will be as
Tuesday evening "The Frontier
and the Island Possessions," Miss Car
lota Moyer secretary of the Y W. .C A.
Wednesday evening "The Immi
grants" Rev. J. W. Epperly
Thursday evening 'The Rural Re
gions and Cities," Rev. E. G. Decker.
Friday evening "America Social
Problems," Rev. Creigbton Spencer.
Saturday evening "Prayer and
Fellowship," Rec. C. W. Maxson.
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock the last
union meeting will he held In the Y.
M. C. A. gymnasium. Secretary E A.
Putnam will have charge of the ser
vice and. will made an address. Other
speakers' will -le Rev J. E. Fty. Rev.
J. W. Epperly. The general subject
for Sunday night will be "Our Coun
try's Opportunity for Christ" Every
body Is cordially invited to these services.
The suffragettes will be given due
prominence In "Who's Who in Ari
zona," a book of prominent people of
the state now being published by Jo
Connors, editor of the nine Hook of
Arizona, who pissed through Blsbee
FrMay evening en route to Douglas,
where he will spend several days. He
will return to lllsbeo next week and
then go to Tombstone. He says that
he will ride into Tucson on. the flrsi
El Paso & Southwestern train to en
ter that city and will remain thero
until his book Is off the Star press.
Work Is Broadened.
"The scope of the work has been
widened since women gained the!
right to vote in Arizona," said Mr.
Connors, "and a number of the rep-
letentativc women of the state will
be given prominence in the book.
'Who's Who." As many pioneers as
possible will be written up in the book
and thoso who have resided in the
state twenty-five years or more 1
wish to know about. 1 would be glad
if they will send their photographs
to me at PhoenJx, with a brief biography.
Work Progressing Nicely.
"The work Is progressing nicely at
the Star office at Tucson and will be
the finest eer published about th
new state. It will be the first of its
kind ever printed in the state, for It
will be a bom0 product throughout
Though born in Virginia I claim to
bo an Arizonan."
In addition to personages, all of
the producing mines of tho state
will he told about In the book and
considerable space will bo given thp
mines of this district Mr. Connors
U..11 collect data regarding tho mines
of the Warren district when ho comes
here next week.
"I am head over heels in work," an
nounced Dorothy, bursting In on Mar
jory, "hut I Just had to run over to
hear all about last night's dance. Who
went with whom and what did every
"I don't know anything about last
night's dance for the simple reason
that I wasn't there," answered Mar
jory. "You weren't thereT" gasped Dor
othy. "Why, I left you at six o'clock
raving about the wonderful time you
expected to have. With my very own
e es I saw you shampooed, manicured,
massaged and. made ready for the big
event. For a half hour I stood admir
ing your new orchid gown. Now you
sit there and calmly say, 'I wasn't
(there!' Explain! Say something, or
I'll shake you.'
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1913 Almanac
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ablo fulfillments of its storm, weath
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its the confidence and support of alt
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for his 1913 Almanac, or only one dol
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BOSTON'. Nov. 1C:' The local cop-
pert showed little ehaneej&QiUty. In
1'certaln specialties, a .Jackof support
ing orders resulted in fractional de
clines but for the most part prices
were unchanged and there was no
significance to the movement either
Tariff talk was responsible for, the
weakness in the New York list, "lift
tho bear traders seemed to be the
principal sellers and their attempts
to cover resulted in a sharp rally, with
wvauiK prices nigner man opening.
PAIN'K WRltnPii t, f-n
Realizing sales the past few days
Lui-int.-u mo anvance or Shattuck.
Buying has been on a Jarge scale
however, and on any show of strength
In general markets, a new high fig
ure for the movement is predicted.
Local curb stocks remain ml,.t n-m,.
out pressure. Denn Is being picked
at 6 1-4 to f. 1-2 and American at S 1-2
Warren offered at 4H Wolverine
sold at o to 77 with light offerings
I Ul Id,
loiat sales -New- York" 318,000.
Ammonia to Put Out Gasoline B.'aza.
A bottle of. ammonia saved a neigh
bor great loss by Are. The gasollno
itove sprung a leak and the fluid
:augbt fire, spreading rapidly. One of
ine older children coming Into tbe
room could not reach the sink and get
water to throw over the blaze as he
thought ought to be done, but had
'As you say," began Marjory, "when ' nu8h presence of mind to pour over
you left me I was all booted and
London Hss Immense Chandelier.
The chandelier In tbe Alhambra
music hall in London is said to be
one of Ufa largest In the world, bar
ing sixty electric lamps of 500-candlo
Scaring Mice Away.
To -keep' mice away, scatter small
pieces of camphor In your cupboards
and drawers. They greatly' dislike the
smell of camphor, and will go far
away from it
There Is no hard and fast rule
about wearing your bat In elevators
In the presence of women. In pri
vate elevators it is customary to re
move their hats when ladles are in the
elevator with them, though this cus
bm Is by no means universal. In
public elevators the uncovering of the
head In tbe presence of women is not
considered tbe thing especially since
the rise of the "suffragists" and tho
eppearance of the "hobble skirt'
This whole matter of wearing the hat
In the elevator, whether the elevator'
be public or private. Is one of no very
crave Importance. No sensible worn
an will think ill of von if you keep
your hat on especially if the day hap
pens tc be a chilly one.
As to the Coin.
Inquires a paragrapher who Is Just
beginning to dip Into the Joys (though
he doesn't call them that) of Dlckeas:
"We have trailed Nicholas NIckleby
to the point where he has Joined a
theatrics! company. Is it worth while
following the scent further?" In this
case, friend, it Isn't a scent; It's a
Still Believe In Witches.
There is a certain walnut treo near
Benevento, In Italy, around which th
witches are said to gather on certain
nights; and many a peasant of the
Campagna believes that the witches
assemble on midsummer nights amid
the ruins of the Roman Forum, where
they turn themselves into huge black
cats. Ai one proceeds east the Biirwr-
stltlons of the ignorant thicken and
multiply. India Is full of supernatural
traditions and fantasies.
spurred lor tne dance, except my
dress. About an hour before expect
ing Jack I went to my clothes closet
and to my amazement my orchid gown
was nowhere to be seen.
"I took all my clothes out of the
closet, returned them to their places
removed everything again and put
them back. No results!
"I knew positively that when yoi.
were here my dress was peacefully
hanging in the left hand corner or my
closet What or who could havo spir
ited it away? No other article or m$
wardrobe was missing.
"Frantically I called mother, father,
sister, brother. Together we searched
every nook and corner of he bouse.
During the frenzy of the hunt I even
found myself looking in my thimblt
case. No use! That dress was gone.'
"I can well imagine your agony,"
"There was nothing for me to do,"
said Marjorle, "but call up Jack, ex
plain matters and tell him it was lm
possible for me to go."
"My heart bleeds for you," moaned
Dorothy. "Why didn't you wear yout
"It's at the cleaner's."
"It's at the dressmaker's, being re
modeled." "You could have borrowed one ol
"The waist would have been .toe
long and the skirt too short"
"What did Jack say?"
"He felt dreadfully. We were te
have led the cotillon. Being chati
man of the entertainment committee
he bad to go to the dance anyway. As
tor me, I threw my miserable self on
the bed and cried myself to sleep. J
dreamed ail night of Jack dancing
around my closet In my orchid gown."
"But what could have become ol'
that dress? demanded Dorothy.
"Well, when I aroso this morning j uily
stepped to my closet to get my .kimo
no. Bellevo me or not, in the left
hand corner hung my new orchid
"At first I thought I was still dream.
lng. Next I decided that worry had
unbalanced my mind. Then I knew it
was neither a dream nor insanity, bul
a cold lact that my dress hung berorc
"I gave a scream which called the
entire family to my side, including
Nora, our maid. They gazed at thai
t the contents of an ammnnl.i hntttn
tbat stood near. As it happened, it
was the very best thing he could havo
done, as it quickly extinguished the
fire, which water could not do. Now
the family keeps ammonia on hand in
& two-quart sealed Jar, anticipating the
time wlfen it may be needed again for
'he tame purpose. The Housekeeper
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Nov. 16.
(I- J. Overlook)
How Character Is Formed.
Characters are achieved not re
ceived. They grow out of the sub
stance of a man's soul. They are not
put on as a beggar might put on a
stolen coat. They mature like fruit
from tbe vital fluids of the tree. This
Is a sign of theifhgenulceni; they
yow with use. A false limb wears
out. wastes with use. A natural limb
grows stronger and bettor with use.
Character is an achievement
Traveler, Lest in the Bush, Was GlaJ
to So Without tho Blessings of
American Smelters .......
Brooklyn Rapid Transit S9 1-2
Baltimore and Ohio 1061-2
Canadian Pacific 2071-2
wie 24 1.5
Great Northern 137 3-1
interboro Common 19 3-4
Lmgh alley 1741-1
Louisville and Nashville 155 1-2
Missouri Pacific 441-4
New York Central " 113 3-S
Reading ....., , 172
uock isianu 26
steel Pfd : 1121-4
Southern Pacific ...; 1117-8
Union Pacific 1 173
Northern Pacific 124 7-8
But I had never given a thought t
thb ii,u.jo I had taken In my gallop
across tho'veldt- I kept on. and on, and
before long it gTew da''k and some
what cold. So 1 dIsmounted,-Cd af
er thinking It oyer, I knee-haltered '.h
iorae and let hjm go, crept head first
into a large ant-bear hole for a -eight' f
lodging, and made myself as comfcrt
able as possible under the Jrcum-
i-nces, using yie niesbok hlle ;or a
blanket The night was . Jark ai
Sleep was out of question. I sup
po3e it was tin bauncies and the rav
hide that attracted tho creatures, but
oercro long It really soemed as if )
had settled iown x a eillacn of wilt
I pigs and Insulted .it whole comma
To begin with, viuecllcg luces
santly, they seemed to be raclns routJ
ucd round in a circle, taking me for iU
center. Then a number of Jackal?
drawing nearer and nearer. Joined it
the chorus. But I scon discoverer
that If I disliked the noise 1 fairly
dreaded the silence. During the quiet
spells i knew that something was
Chewing Industriously at the project
ing ends of the raw hide in which i
was enveloped. It was hard work fo
me to keep from kicking incessantly,
but whenever i rested for a minut
the. chewing developed into vigorous
tugs, the significance of which It wat
?ay for one In my position, to appr
However, I kicked thn night throve
ta safety, and early Ik ne morning to
my delight, I found my iorse a shorl
distance away, rJUWIng contettedly at
Sic breakfast 0inU- Monthly.
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"Nora, what do yon know aboul
this dress?' I demanded, seeing an ex
presslon of alarm on her face. ,
"'Oh, Miss Marjory,' she said, 'i
don't know what made me do It
You'll never forgive me I know yot
' won't I can't be so bold as to ask
you to. It's Just terrible!'
"Well, go on,' I commanded.
MT answered a matrimonial adver
tisement last month,' wailed Nora. Betors or After.
The gentleman wanted my pictures "1 thought that In the IS years of
bad. I had not a decent stitch to weai my practice of medicine.'' said a phy
for stylish flashlight photograph. 1 sician. "I had answered almost every
knew you weren't going to wear that J Possible foolish question, but a new
there dress last night so I made so on was sprang on me recently. A
bold as to borrow it for two hours to young man came In with an inflamed
have my picture took. I didn't do It eye, for which I prescribed liniment
no harm. Please forelve me. Miss i to be dronned into th n thr tlm
Marjory. I'll never do It again.'
"There," finished Marjory, "you
have the explanation of th mystery
"Ef your feet hurt ye so much, SI-1
las," said Mrs. Weevey, "why on alrth
don't ye wear them -shoes ye bought
down to Posting last summer that 'ye
said was so comftable?" "Why, Miran
Ay," "said Silas, "ef I wore them there
shoes I'd wear 'em out, and then t
wouldn't have nothin t fall badcon.",
Judse. r ,
a day. He left the surgery, but re
turned in a few minutes, poked his
head In the doorway, and asked:
"Shall I drop this In tbe eye beforr:
nalA ftr uttarv
Write love letters only In winter
when there are roaring fireplaces
then hope for the best
8un's Rays Far From Earth.
At Its nearest point, tbe ssa is 91
50,069 miles from the earth.
Adventure '. , . C 1-2
Algomah '. 33.1
Arizona Commercial " 4 .1-4
Calumet and Hecla 590
Greene Cananea 9 3-4
Giroux 4 3.4
Inspiration Consolidated .... 19 3-4
Mason Valley 123-4
North Butte 20
North Lake 23-4
Old Colony 91-2
Old Dominion CO
Phelps Dodge 220
Ray Consolidated v 22 1-2
Shannon 14 .VS
Ttah Consolidated 131-2
Utah Copper 631-2
Nevada Consolidated 22 3-4
Wolverine ax 75
Butte Superior 481-2
Saginaw ". 5 3-4
B. and A. ........ 4
B. and L. 33
Denn .. ? C3-4
Davis Daly 21-4
iElenita ax 21-2
Braden 9 1-S
Lucky Tiger :.......
San Antonio 3
S. W. 'Miami 6
Ray Central ......... ........ 21-2
Tonopah ....-j... . 7
Tonopah Belmont 9 5-S
West End 1.... 165
Wnrrior hid 1 1-t
Baltimore Oil ax mi
Calumet OH ax ST
Always Some Rmd,
Dr. Woods Hutchlinson wyi tJu4
poverty la & disease. Wsll, thre !l
tho gold cure. Judge-
Pear Mother Earth.
A bargain la a, golf rig baa deeids4
oae,glrl to gain for the snclent gssM
st r resort fjBOuifor ths t sport.
Is over but we
still have plen
ty of hats for
stock is all new
. " .'
Our experienced trimmer -can .fashion any hat to suit
your" individuality. Call and see her.
The Bon Ton Millinery Co.
Higgins Stop Tombstone Canyon
-t , '
L. L. GILMAN
W A T C H E S
I hate the most complete line of
-watches that was ever "shown in Bls
l)ee. Including the famous Howard
makes. Visit my store opposite P.
O . when down town and make your
holiday selections. Open until 8:30
p. m. throughout November and De
cember. Official Watch Inspector for
n. P. & S. W. R. R.
Is over but we are still serv
ing those tempting turkey
dinners- -Call for yours today
J. R. PILLOW, Prop.
A complete line of E. Burn
ham's Creams, Toilet articles
and Hair Tonics wll arrive this
Then we have a new shipment
of Marinello goods, also Beautl
Cer and that new soa Just try
a box, you cannot afford to be
without it Now novelties arriv
ing daily See them before
you buy you. can find many
neat little gifts for ttm Holidays
MCDONALD'S BEAUTY SHOP
CHICHESTER S PILLS
,. THE DIAMOND BI2A.ND. A
l?j 5 3
L4t!rt Ak7r frrrtfbr J
w Mrr-a visimst itrmd
l-IIU la Kl ted UU4 mcuuiv
baS. teiled wttU Blue Ribbon.
i ail Aiaer. jsity r?Mr
llAl!Nr !SRAM 1'ILL.H.forZfi
rcan tton as -t. sa.'&t, it KeiutM
SutD BV DRUGGISTS EVEP.VnnERE
The artificial key-language knows as
"Esperanto" Is the invention of Dr,
Zametihof, a native of Grodno, in Rus
sian Poland, who first produced his
system in 1887 by the publication of
"An International Language." Th
leading charicterslstlcs of Esperanto
tre Its "simplicity of oonstrnclion, the
facility by which It may be acquired
and ths- prcctica! ease and euphony
of Its pronunciation," to use the lan
guage of Its advocates. Tbe alphabet
Is composed of twenty-eight letters,
each letter having an Invariable
sound, tbe vocabulary consisting of
some S00 roots selected from the
most familiar tongues. Slnco 1S87
Esperanto has greatly increased In
isc, but many think it will never be
made to serve the purpose for which
its Inventor designed It? universal
Here are a few of our many
bargains: 3 rolls, 1000 sheets
toilet paper 23c. Southland Tal
cum powder 13c Princess of Vi
olet Talcum powder 10c, Bell
(one Jo." cans) Talcum powder
15c, Lunch Boies 10c and 15c,
Largo Picnic Lurch Baskets
10c to 2I7c. Chair bottoms from
lor to 23c each, including wood
and fiber makes. Letter files
25c, Handkerchiefs 10c, 3 for
25c, 13c two for 23c and 23c
values, packed in Individual
boxes. In fact, almost every
thing in dry goods and notions
may be found here.
EARL D. HAMMACK,
HAMMACK & WILLIAMS
Cor. Johnson Blk. Main St.
Frsnch Revenue F-om Gambling.
From the. stato tax .on games ot
chance, Including the tax on the total
izator, the machine which registers
race-track bets, the French govern
ment reclves about $1,500,000 a
year. . '
Many otherwise good housekeepers
are very indifferent about labeling.
They trust to their memory as to
what Is in each Jar or package, and
sometimes with disastrous results. All
stores should bo plainly labeled.
A akin of Beauty la a coy Forever.
T. Felix Couraud'a Oriontal
Croam or Msgloal -lautinar.
TLmvrf its, Pimply
rtcUM. ilolh Pucbn,
Run, aal hlla Sutut
&&a trtty blemuh
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of 64 revi. ftul
fo fc, nannies v
t prcprriy aid.
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