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First of Union Services
The first of the union meetings ot
of the Protestant churches ot ltisve
In ofeborvaBee of Home MUstoa Week
as bold last evening lu the Prws
byterlan church, where the rmsiniux
inHInH8 or tlila wtvk will Us tte.d
with spoghl musical numbers by Ue
Methodist eboir llv J. R Fey. ptMar
of the Presbyterian church, spoke n
the "American ImHau. frieaus and
Atdatlos." The Asiatic are not a
large class. qaMtsting efliefjjr of Cate
eso and Jauarfbse In California From
the years 1$W to 1910 the Chinese in
the United States decreased to TO ail
or 21 per cent, while the Japanese in
creased to "1.722 or 184 per cent.
Tbr presence offors an opportunity
of strengthening the work of Foreign
Missions in their respective countries
liroided the Gospel is able to reach
them Lore," said Air. Pry
"The lndlaus In the United States
number more than 206,000. Arisooa
comes second to Oklahoma In the
number of Indians within the statu.
Until recently the IndUns were rapid-
ly decreasing but now the tIdeTs1 l!
the other direction lint while uum-j
lKrs are lnCrea9inB the drease in
physical igor has not yet been chec
er, nor hae these people made auy
Breat adancemcnt intellectually The
fw have, and they show the possibili
ties alout; this line for their people
If the Indian is to retiuln and to tn-
cieaio a heavy resiionslbllity rests L
upon the nation and the church to
mafce them good citizens To attain
this end the Rospcl must be Rien to
the people. In our on n state the
numler of Christians runs up Into tuo
'T'te Africans or Negroes present
a more serious problem than the other
Rious combined. Uery tenth per
son in the United States Is a ne?ro
While they hae not Increased as
mpldly as the average for the coun
try jet they did Increase more than
11 jier cent In the ten years from
1900 to 1910 and the total increase wa3
almoRt a million. The south has nine
tenths of the tyesroes but a shifting:
ptocess Is point; on that lb taking
many negroes to the north, especially
to the large cities of the north. They
hate not been long out a very low
stage of civilization and for much of
the time in this land they have bad
no rights. Freed before thoy were
fitted for that privilege they have
made wonderful piogress in
years. Their wealth Is now estimated
at $G0O.00O,0OO. They own farms with
Sn area larger than Knqlaad and
Wales combined. In ten years llliter
. acy dcreased 13 per cent among them.
Tl(ey are to be found in all occu
pations, but the drift among them is
to the farm. The south alone is not
able to meet their needs The no.th
yyary pours in two million dollars to
support educational institutions among
these jeoplo in the south They inane
a strong appeal to the church as most
of them aro mere children in faith
They possess church buildings valued
at more than $56,0ii0,000 but they are
lax in morals and need help if they
are not to bo a source of danger to
the country They hnve served the
white nun well in the tubt and the
white man now has the opportunity
of helping them to equip themselves
for good citizenship.
The subject for tonights meeting
This Fine Remedy
Mild, Reliable Laxative-Tonic Is
Something No Family Should
Xo well-regulated hoine should be
IIthO!U a laxative for there is scarc
ely a day in a family of several per
wwis that someone doesn't complain of'
a headache, of sleeplessness, or show
Uhe first signs of a cold ,
1 A laxative then becomes a necessity ,
or what was a tr.fling congestion ai
.the beginning may run into a serious
'cold or fever. So harsh remedy Is
needed, but simply a mild laxative
tonic that will make the liver active
and stir up the bowels People who
,have tried a great many things and
jtre themselves heads of families who'
nave seen the little ills run to bis
ones, will tell you that there is noth
ing better than Dr Caldwell's Syrop
Pepsin, which jon can obtain at any
(IrsR store for flfty cents or one dol
lar a bottle, the tatter beiat the family
' Among the great believers in Syrup
1'ojwln- for constipation In old orjary good, arc nauseous and a shock
young; and as a general household ' to any deKcate system. Surti things
msjergency rewedy, are Mrs. Eph Irot
ler, Mjford. CaU acd Mr. It E. Wil
liams, Callaway Neb., and they al
ways have a Tjottle of It in the home.
( Is scientifically rempounded and Its
pHrity Is vouched for. Mothers ?lve It
to tiny babies and grovn people, tak
ing a little Inner amount lind it equil
1 effective 't is nrld SHd r'litle.
pleasant-tostir.g and free from griping.
It does not hide behind the name
L. L. GILMAN
MOST SURELY CEASE
Destruction of Government
Property Is Serious Ti
tle Given This Offense
"Mutilation of (ovennMit p-oper-ty"
wilt be the charts placed against
any one who U caught placlw; stick
ers on or otherwise damaging the
1'nlted SUtee army poster put ttp In
the ktb) of the Hlsbee peat ojftee.
It has been foatul almost iBtpossille
to keet uHtntitlUtod army posters in
(he post onV lobby. While it is e.l
dent that some of ta4s work of mis
ubtf is tkme fcy irfBaponstble boys,
they are not the only .eaTeaders. ac
cording to Pottniasfear CaasUy- Some
tHie, presumably a socialist, MM plac
ed Socialistic stickers up Ike posters
that are now in the kAtaf.
A sticker has been placed m ttte
breast of every offleer ptotwred on
the posters. While the socialists a.-e
otposd to war It Is not believed that
anyone lu authority In that party here
hag countenanced tap mutilation ot
the posters, wsfeh are "I icle Sam i"
advertisements for enlistments. Other
I-osters are daubed with ink.
'We are keeping a close w.tteh on
i , 1oslers- BB" ,.rTmr'
" "n.5M .T""11? !
will te prosecuted If they are boys
? ?? "TJ? JS'Lif
pform schools, and if they are men
they will bo proecj d. for it li
a violation of federal law to deface
government property "
uRIMUL II YOUTH
Was Arraigned When a Boy
for Murder. But Was
Allowed to Go -
will am Allender, the roan who
killed l'ranklln 11. Dorr, the Uisbee
lawyer, and another man. at Clifton
laht week, wounding two Mexicans
and then killing himself, was ar
raigned In the Gila county court in
hte youth on a murder charge ano
was let go on account of his youth.
t is reported.
It has been reported slnc0 the
Clifton tragedy that Alleuder was
insane, or that he became insane aft-
er ne na(1 SBOt 'tow. This was but
the coming to the surface of an In
grained family trait, it Is said.
"It Is this conHHundlg of senti
ment with justice that causes so
many tragedies like that at Clifton,"
said a well known lawyer yesterday.
Had Allender been placed lu a re
form school In his youth and trained
away irom criminal inclinations tin.
tragedy at Cllfion would probably
never nave happened."
John Kawling. of the C. & A, pur
chasing department, is expected to
return to the city ihis morning. Itali
lng has been on bis vacation.
is: "The Frontier and the Island Po3
rcssions ' Miss Carlota Moyer, secre
tary of Ov Y W V A. will be the
speaker Mis Mover will speak (rota
first-hand knoukibe of conditions in
Hawaii Th nuhlir la urged to at-
tend these ixjotintrs
MRS EPH TROTTER.
of a popular friir or vegetable, and ginning at 1 o'clock. Each team scor
ia absolutely free from any prohib- ed one goal
ited ingredient Families who once' Tb Knlrhts vera rnrnui in ,.
use Syrup Pepsin forever after avoid
cathartics, salts, pills and oher bars. )
medicines, for tlieM? only do tn.por
should never be given to children,
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and yoa woufc
like to make a personal trial of It be
fore buying It f.n the regular wny of a
druggist, send your addreMt a post
tal will do to Dr W. B. Caldwell. 41
Washington St, Monticello, lil., and
a fre sampio uottle will be mailed
you. Results arc always guaranteed
or monej will be refunded
W A T C H E S
I have the most complete line of
'hatches that was ever shown In Blv
lec Including the famous Howard
makes. Visit my store opposite P
O, when down town and make your
holiday selections. Open until 8 -SO
p. m. throughout November and De
cember. Official Watch Inspector for
E. P & S. W. B. R.
ranees Willard is Onlv
in. the statuary' hall of the house
of representatives t Washington,
termed by son the chamber of
horrors baeaHw of tho admittedly
Inferior vittaltty or the statu there
staoris th marWs effigy of hut am
wommm FrMMs K. Wilterd. Iok
the domlMltng fore af the Wo
man's Christian Tewprana Union.
The Juathod by whleh these sUtves
are ihcfd gtres special tneUlkt
lion of te statiM is sst t
weh stftt. Most have utlXasd it
to secure immortality for mlHtary
heroes, a few have put forwanl
for good government and the rights
of 4he people; Jltiaois alone pre-'
sats the statue of a woman who
feuaibt for aod government and
rlffht livlag and was ever 11m foe
of corruption, whether social or po
Mtlcal. Frances K. Willanl, before her
death, made tho temperance move
ment pracltcal, and Incidentally she
made of what was then tho little
town of Kvanston, just outside of
Chicago, a acca for all who be
lieved in practical social reform
Porn in 1889. her life's span ex
leaded to 3880, not a long one, but
filled with useful service.
Her early days were marked by
that- simplicity and Intellectual en
vironment that seldom come to the
child or today. After her birth her
parents, who were educated people
of Esgllafa lineage, moved to Ober
Hn, Ohio, awl enrolled themselves
In that college which 1ms perhaps
been Use greatest force for real
progress of any educiUonal institu
tion. Too toubk to profit directly
by the collego teachings the child
profited Indirectly. About this time
tho father, restless by nature, pur
chased three prairie schooners and
moved westward. Chicago was ex
amined and dismissed as hopeless,
uid tho family passed on to Janes
"IHe. Wis, where the girl was giv
en the education in English poetry,
prose and history gathered up by
Uio parents In their four years at
Obsrlin. At seventeen Frances went
to Milwaukee Female collego and
later completed her education at
the Northwestern Female college at
At the ago of twenty one sho be
came a school teacher, that occupa
tion which has been tho stepping
etoao to so many lofty careers la
the United States From public
schools to the presidency of the
Woman's college at Dvanslon her
way was marked by repeated suc
cess. Rut It was not until she was
ens. she took up tie fight upon
thlrly-flve years old that sho round
her real life work Then, under
the influence of Neal Dow. Mary A.
I.ivemore, and Lillian M N. Stev
l"iuor The National Union was
I the original name of the orgasiza-
non which later became the Wo-
min's Christian Temperance Union
, and tn the service of which Miss
FAST SOCCER GAME
IS PLAYED TO TIE
Lowell United and Knights
I of Columbus Prove
! Equally Matched
One of the fastest soccer uamna '
,or the soason. between the Knlgh.s j
of Co'umbus team and the Lowell
I 1'nited. resulted In a tie on Warren
field Sumlav after&onn. tho vama he.
the game minus the service of their !
star back, Hlbble, though Captain Eld-
on arose to the occasion and Blared
one of the best games of his career
easily starring In one of the beat J
games of the season. j
The Columbians' half line was
strong, eoasistin? of Lyons, Greer and J
John Doyle but Fisher. Beed and
Mitchell, for Lowell, were little Infer
ior. Crowe, Jim Johnson and James
fZ"1 ffr k"' c"wo obtaining !
their only score. Harrr Johnron
scored for the Columbians.
The gme nest Sunday will to be
tween the Knights of Columbus and
Grahams Colts. The latter has sign
ed wmie new Diayers recently and a-o
confident of defeating the knights.
NOTICE TO CANANEA-BOSTON
I A special meeting of the stockhold-
j ers ef the Cananeo-Boston Mining
I comnany is lo be held at the Phlla-
delohia hotel on Saturday, November
a3rd. at 8" 3() p. m. for the purpose of
considering ike reorganization of the
II. S. SMITH, Prea.
We daalro to tiform our customers
hflt last finfltrrta. -a ortf-Mnnf -will I, '
that test Saturdays techiest -will i.'
no way effect our business
Agent Grand Union Tea. Co.
Willanl ended hor life.
Doubtless -eal Dow and Mrs.
Uvomoft influenced her much, but
from her earliest days sho had
been taught to halo all alcohol. la
the family llible niw;i ...i-
pledfe In doggerel signed by fath
r. mother and 'the three children.
A podge we luako no wlno to
Xor brandy red that turns tho
Nor fiery ruin that ruins homes.
Nor whiskey hot that makes tho
Nor brewor's beer, for that w4
And cider, loo, will never do
To quench, our thirst we'll al
Cold water from the well or
So hero we pledge perpetual hate
To all that can intoxicate.
The organization built up by
Miss Willard became the most pow
erful engine for temperance In tho
world. At the present moment it
has more than 12,000 local unions
with a membership of over half a
million. Mainly devoted to press
ing tho cause ot temperance. Miss
Willard swung it into political
Hnes, encountering somo serious
criticism because of her declara
tion that votes for women would
bo the greatest aid possible to the
enforcement of anti-liquor laws.
Moreover, at tho time of the Ar
menian atrocities Miss Willard.
then being In nurope visiting her
dovoted friend. Lady Henry. Som
erset, hurried to Marseilles, France
and did much to alleviate the suf
ferings of tho refugees there. In
all works or good she was pre
eminent. Jy .
Frances Willard was nothing if
not practical. No ono hated Khe
liquor traffic more than she, but
nono recognized more clearly that
to some extent fsocial conditions,
notably poverty and dread for tho
morrow, had much to do with keep
ing It alive and -prosperous. She
confessed herself unable to determ
ine dogmatically whether poverty
created drunkenness, or drunken
Her public addresses exceeded In
number those of any public speak
er unless, perhaps John B. Cough,
Moody, or Henry Ward Beecher.
Between 1S78 and her death she
addressed audiences In every town
of 10.000 Inhabitants or more, col
oring all the states and many for
So busy a brain in a frail body
could not burn itself out. Broken
down nervously, physically, sho
planned to gp to Europe In 1SDS
Her journey reached only as far a?
New York, where, on February 1?
of that year, the last summons
came. With tho words "Ifow beau
tiful It is to bo with God" she
SEVERE tUNG TROUBtE
While we all iftow that plenty of
frsh air and good food are necessary
to persons suffering from lung trouble,
fo-nethlnc more Is needed to bring
about fnll health, nckman's Alterative
is o medicine for tnroat and lung triu-
, bles, and so nany reports have been
received showing that it brought about
good results In a numbrr of cases
which were declared hopeless, that all
sufferers who are not benefitting otner.
it lias done for others It mav be the
means of restoring you to health In
means of restoring you to health
Investigate this case
Madison Lake, Minn
Gentlemen- In December, 1903.
and March 1909, I was taken valth
hemorrhages of the lungs wh'ch con-
fined me several weeks, each Ume to
my oed. These left me very weak
and I coughed at nights and could not
sleep. My nppetile also failed me
Vv doctor advised mo to eo West So.
In September. 1909, I planned to go,
but I had four irore hemorrhages.
which nut me In bed for three weeks
"In November I started for Denver,
CoIo. Afler my arrival I rot Mlchae.
Brody, who, upon learning of my con
dltion, nrged me to tako Eckman's Al
teraUve. In abont two months I be-
pan to feel better. 1 1-ept on taking the
medichio and Improved fast In
March, 1910, 1 returned home. I thini
I am entirely well, have a good appe
tite and sleep well. When I left Den
ver my weight was 130 pounds. I now
weigh 1G5, my normal weight I thank
God and your Alterative for my health.
If I can help any other person suffer
ing from Tuberculosis, I will gladly
PAUL L. FASNACnT.
Eckman's Alterative is effective In
Pronchitfe. Alsthma, Hay Fovcr;
Throat and Lnng Troubles, and in up
building the RVStem. Does not contain
nntanni Tlntntee r liahltfni-mtn!-
drugs. For sal0 by Lowell Drug Co
, , , j, .-.. . -..
In Lowell and other leading druggists.
Asc for booklet telling of recover' cs,
and write to Ecktnan laboratory. Phll
ndelphia. Pa., for additional evidence
OF FIVE WOMEN
Proves That Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Is Reliable.
Reedville, Ore. "I can truly recom
mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to oil women who are passing
I through the Change of Life, as it made
me a well woman alter
suffennir three vears."
F sTTl l Mrs. Mary Bocart,
New Orleans, La.
"When passing through
the Change of Life I was
l .. .. . . ! IiiiMiI ,i.4t, !,. Mn.aiAa
mri-ij uotot UWUUJTU niUIUUVHOqUESi
weak and dizzy spells and
backache. I was not fit for
anything until I took Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound which
proved worth its weight
in gold to me."-Mrs.GAS-TON
Blondkau, 1641 Po
lymnia St., New Orleanj.
Mishawaka, Ind.-" Wo
men passing through the
Change of Lifo can take
nothing better than Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
UnOun BaurJI Compound. I am recom-
because of what it has
done for me. "-Mrs.CHAS.
Bauer, 523 E. Marion St,
months I suffered from
troubles in consequence of
my age and thought I
could not live. Lydia E.
Compound made me well
and I want other suffering
women to know about it '
MhcmM WW. iiMMA BAILEY, Atn
aoaS Station, Ky,
Deisem, No. Dak. "I was passing
through Change of Life and felt very
bad. I could not sleep and was very
nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound restored me to perfect health
and I would not be without it" Mrs.
P. M. Tcoiur. Delsem. No. Dak.
"Much of our -sorry is tselea.
Yes; it la. I once bought some stock
In a rubber grove and unrrtM ,n
winters tbout frost before I ascer-
lainea mat the trees badat beca
Iniuranco & Loans.
Heal Estate Bargains tn homes on
5 room bungalow In Warren, good
location and large lot, $500 cash.
balance easy terms.
room house nt a bargain In War
ren, good location, large lot and
Pl(goo.d .fence.otitbdingsfdnd shrub-
I" ? nr. ? AAf till H-Vnti lifiM a Aol
r ARIZONA INSURANGE
T. A. HUGHES,' Manager.
Bank of Bisbce Bids. Phone 190
Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 school Hill. Telephone 12T
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACu.
Arizona . Sonera
A Customs Brokerage
under the management af
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shlomen1 In nta
He Pays AH Expense
and collects from eonslgrwt On de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
Charges mo a e rats.
Tne Line has Just bttn OMned to
Let us tell you something of th
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H LAWTON, a. F. JL p. A
S Beuar of ctmnUrfeiU
Coal Must be
About this time isn't it? Bet
ter havS us put you in your sup
ply right now. Then you'll havo
that off your mind any way.
Coal doesn't spoil and yoit hav a
got to get it sooner or later.
So why not order now and thus
be prepartd for any emergency.
Oak chunks, Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
Blsbee Telephone 215
Lowell Telephone 120
Oface Main 8t,
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
., CORRCSPONDE.NT8: Paine Web
ber S. Co., Bot ton and Cslumet
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Holc Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg Iar 50c Luncheon Daily - HENRY POPPED, iVIanag-
AtL ABOARD FOR TURKEY
on Thaaksgh lng. By tne way. are
thero pny places on your poultry
housopor barn which will allow your
birds to get out or some night prowl
e'r-to get in? Why not have us send
yotiftluraber enough to make tbcm
securo. Don' v-o.ll till your Thanks
giving dinner is stolen Do It now
SI0N Lumber Go.ii
WHOLESALE AND RETI' JEALERS IN OREGON
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8H',Gi.ES, MOULDIflGS, BUIl
HARDWARE. DOORS AND ASHES OF ALL KINDS. M
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARIOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Sowen & Hubbard, Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Bltbes 23 Lowell 7
Next Fair Hall
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Douglas Bldsr,
Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale cr Exchange
SEND ME YOUK INQUIRIES
Ct u "'
& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
EMIL MARKS. r.T
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD 00.
I 7 33 a. m Lv Clifton ar. 4 03 p. m.
Slain Lv Guthrie Lv 3-30 p. m
9-00 a. m Lv Duncan Lv 2:3G p. si.
19 22 a. m Lv Lord?'jUrgLvl:33 p m.
11 30 a. m. Ar Hachita Lv 12:10 p. in.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
Xo. 1. leaving Lordshurg 10:67 a. m.
South bound train connects with El
Paso A Southwestern, east bound
tra'n for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11:59 a. m Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Blsbee, leaving Hdthita at 11.59
n. m , Mountain Time.
R. K. MINSOX,
Clifton, Art General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
VJl-llSCXWyrVIYlltlx JO. I
ROBERT IFENNESSY, Prop
Pnone 1G. Op. Depot Axabulsnet
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