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THE BJSBKE1 bAltY REVIEW, lUSBEE ARIZONA. 'iWEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
TStlt, $ .... , ,h.. p .il-,...-.w
HERE' YANKEE BALLOONIST WHO LANDED
IX RUSSIA AND WAS ARRESTED AS SPY
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Brief Local Items
John Watts (on left). German army officer In center, and Arthur Athtrton.
Tha accompanying picture of John Watts, the American balloonist, an!
,to companions was taken Just before the start of the InternaUonal bal
loon raco at Stuttgart, Germany. Desccdlng at a place about 400 miles
'from St- Petersburg, the balloon In landing struck "Watts on the head, ren
Iderlng him unconscious. When the police arrived Watts was arrested on
suspicion of being a German spy. He was held for five days until the sit
uation could be fully explained to the stntraor.
EAST IS SATISFIED
WITH ELECTION RESULT
TEMPE HAIL SACKS
Sacks Broken Open and All
First Glass Mail Is
PHOBMX. Nor. 19 I.ast night be
tween nine, o'clock and da) light two
mall saoks which had btun thrown In-
lJWs oMce jeMerda? and stated that ! the Te,l station of the Arizona
hfefewid everbod to he well hatlsflod f ,.' uroa,i . er roKen Into
over th result of the Xatfonal el-c-ana a" of tbf contents of the bag rlfl
&& an full of. enthusiasm over the d Tb-" only thins that was takn.
aea& ladastrial condition thnrngV hoer- s Jhe Hm c,ass matl
out the countrj - ' ,!otn Df tno 1&ss ere coming from
L Speaking of the copper metal mar , 1K,in,ts south to Phoenix sad to points
J.st Mr Douglas stated that thews had ,on l.he Arizona, hastern railroad to the
orfly Una unimportant sales of the fait cannot bo.estiraated what the
frl metal lor two months, -but that I 'Y" " " lu' ,B "" wa 01 cnecKius
Dr. Craig Coming.
Dr Craig, who has been out of
the CltV slnrA till flilfnnrnm.nt nt ih
J state legislature. In the state of New
Mexico, is expected to return to the
citj next week.. For the last jlx
T4oeks he has Ibeen hunting in the
White Mountains Mrs. Craig in al
ready In the clt
Telephone Man Here.
If D. McVa, special agent of the
Mountain States telephone companj,
of Phoenix, spent yesterday In the
citj. leaving In the afternoon for
Douglas, where he together with at-
tornej for the company- wllj meet the
l city officials of Douglas to agree on
the telephono franchise matter. The
matter wjll e amicably settled in
ait probability sa(d ,Mr. McVav.
Father Meurer Returns. '
rather Menrer, pt St Vairlck's
Catholic church, who spent the gum-
' mer In Europe, touring England, !r-
land and the continental countries.
has returned to lllsbee. relieving
Fajther Vin Goetham, u J.'atliollc mis
sionary, wWo las been serving In
Father 'ijeurer'a stead '
Harry Anderson Improves,
I A telephone message from Court
Ind jesterday at noon stated that
the condition of Harry Anderson
trother-ln Jaw of J. J Korea, was
greatly Improved. He has been crit
ically ill of pneumonia.
Also with Good Industrial
the Entire Country
Walter Dowplas returned on Mon-
evenltwr from a trip to New York.
MgeoRipaHiBg hit. father on his return
frem Arizona Mr Douglas was in
) here s tome recover of the
Joew in price as shown by the quota
Itotis during tho past month
i Mr DouciaSi. hd hoped that he could
jride into fltacson on the first regulu'
the contents of Uie bags There ft as
no loss of anv registered packages.
which usually Includes most of the val
uable mall matter
The officers have been on the scene
uu-riix. ralti f,. ruiKh tkr.! oii- mor'Of the robbery since early this morn-
lho Kl I'aio and -Southwestern, but f-'ns, an1 0wi,n the cooperation of the
Ml accumulation of Uurfaees dunus n"?? States officers the .thieves
"Ms, absence In Xw York prevents his
going today on .the first train, which
HELPS ALONG HOME -RULE.
LONDON, "Nov 19. TUe house
eomiwotts hv a. vote of SIR to
Copied toi;ht new- financlnl reso-
shoLld be apprehended
COES TO GRAND JURY.
Los Ange'es Scandals Arising from
Eddy Case Are Under Probe.
oii-JdPs ANGKLKS. Nov 19 The
ftTe-Ltoyd, case, which cause the dismissal
(joeiorday orueorga Baker Anderson.
lHtion of the homo rule bill. This re-j feore,ar o-$Iaor Alexander and
Places me resolution uuleated juo-i '"m,' " ri-wiui "aie. uw
vemiuer 11. J" raonwja uie anesea auempt 10
J discredit a itato vitnes on the trial
DANCE AT DON LUIS. of Guy Eddie, th suspended city
Do not forget tho dab dance at prosecutor, charged with an offense
jDon Luis lTKiay Night. Nov. 22 Ad Slnat a. Joung woman, was taken
WtfecmenL i. "I today b the county grand Jury
Funeral of Fred Hanscsm.
The funeral of Fred Hanscom,
of Warren, was held jesterday morn
ing at 10.30 o clock at the Palace
chapel on Main street, conducted by
Itev. Father Meurer, of St Patrick's,
catholic church Interment was in
Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Hanscom
arrived In the city esterday morn
ing from Phoenix
Plchard Returns to BisUee.
K. C. Plchard. who acted as South
western ticket agent here during the
vacation absence of J II. Gravsun,
has returns! to the city from EI Paso
and will be .assistant ticket agent,,
selling tickets for the evening trains
out of Hlsbee under the jiew schedule
K. P. Holds Dance.
The social dance given by Lily
Temple No. 3. Pythian sisters at the
JO of P. hall laht night proved to be
an attractive and enjovable affair
Urennan s orchestra furnished the
music for the dancing numbers.
Hunters Return to Lowell.
Ross Cunningham. John M John
son, Emll Marx and A Fletcher re
turned from -a two weeks hunting
trip in the Huachuca mountains yes
terdaj Mr Fletcher was the onl
one with the luck streak He re
turned with two handsome bucks, one.
having a One set of horns.
Road Work In District.
Quite an improvement Is being
made in the condition of the road be
tween Lowell and'.tbtointry club
The county road.overs"eeris work
ing a large gang of men In that par
ticular section. At present the gang
Is at Warren, where it is expected
thoy will S(end three more weViks
putting the thoroughfares in shape
Boosts Thanksgiving Program
Troop It Ninth Cavalr V S A
-stationed at Warren has Keen uU
RJail cr.hr s rtrrrve tlie tamr conieicn
turn cUcuicn at perattal purdiasci
like these are exhilarating. But there's
a bite in the air that hints at heavier garb.
a good time to turn your
thoughts to winter clothes and here
is a good store to turn your steps to.
we've never been - better able to
serve you than now in these masterly
' smacking of autumnal warmth and ,Qplors,
original designs in fresh, pure-wool fabrics.
Overcoats in English Meltons, German Chin-
' chillas, French Montagnacs, Irish Friezes, and
Belgium Vicunas. "'
novel and standard patterns in the new suits;
vests a rifle higher, coats snug fitting, trousers
not too narrow. Come
not coo narrow, onic . . c-. ssrf
in and see special selec- i ?tL
$5 to $6 W32Z&
f ?? m zil4k?y' KV3fSsssV 3(tm S
Cooking is a matter which con
cerns the whole family, and under
modern methods and conveniences
it is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested, if not
taking part in it.
"These biscuits are delicious; this cake is,
excellent, says the father. " I made them,"
says the daughter, and both father and
daughter beam with pleasure.
It is a crime, with our modern agencies,
helps and facilities, to have soggy biscuit, or
wooden cake, or leaden pastry. ,
Royal Baking Powder hasmade home.,
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world oyer is
done with its aid.
appointed because or their inability
to get the Ninth Cavalry band for
Thanksgiving Dav but the Warren
Street railway through the accommo
dating Mr Yoakum, has come to the
rescue rij promising to get the
and A band for that l date prov Idlng
Uie company observe the holidav by
letting the men off. "We'll have
plenty of exclteny-nt anv waj," said
the railway manager, "nh) those
colored fellows would shame a cir
cm, performer with all his daring rid
Ing The are positively the best I
have ever teen"
Yesterday's Hotel Arrivals.,
At the Copper Queen Hotel- Mr.
and Mm John Olson. Los Angeles.
O K. Tuft. Denver. Kev D liukro
vlch .New York, W Uuckingham,
Los Angeles. A. Freudenburg, Den
ver J Willis. Cincinnati: Jas.
McBrlde, Los Angeles. C C Barclay,
Douglas. H D McVav. Phoenix.
Louis Cohen. El Paso, L. A. Smith.
Denver. E. G Snow. Los Angeles;
IL H Peck, Seattle. It. S. Kowe. Den
ver S Wilson and wife, Ottovva,
Canada, E. Gonzales, Nogalee.
Return to Bisbee to, Reslde.
M. Walters and family have re
turned to Iilsfcee frcra California and
will reside here again 'No town
that 1 isited on tiff mist pnunl
Bisbee as a place to live," said Mr
School Rooms Combined.
The primarv and second grades at
the Warren school have been com
blned on account of the small at
tendance in thore classes, due to tho
prevalence of scarlet fever at War
lei. esterdaj only 14 reported In
tha primary grade and an equal num.
hr in tho second grade Miss
Buckftt has been transferred to th.
Centra! school, where she will do
substitute work, and Miss Benedic
has charge of the combined primary
and second grade work at Warren.
The arrangement U only temporary.
Mrs. Fred Hanscom, of Phoenix, ar
rlvetj In the city Tuesdaj morning.
raSffiUrAumain in the clt) several
Mr James A Greer of Warren Is
reported to be on the sick list
Mrs J H. Perry of Warren vho
was a recent visitor to Tucson has
C. C. Barcfaj' ot the Copper Queen
purchasing department spent the dav
In tho city.
E. Gonzales, the Nogales attorney
is spending a short time in the citj
A W G Wilson and wife are re
cent arrivals from Ottawa, Canada.
Benjamin Gill, prefecto of Cananea.
id his daughter, Senorlta Adelina
were in the cit jesterday
G. Durazo, mineral agent at Can
r.nea, and his two daughters. Senor
tas Cannon and Maria, were isitors
in the citj jesterday.
John Olson of Los Angeles, Cal .
former manager of the Sbuttuck Ari
7ona Copier company ,1a spending a
few davs in town accompanied by
Mr. A. Fritsche. superintendent of
the Mexican Miners Smelting com
I any. together with Mrs Fritsche
has returned to his homo in Cananea
after a several days' visit in the
Two Forfeit Bonds.
Two vagrants arresteil by Night
dicers Kempton and Gibson failed
to appear In police court jesterday
morning at S o'clock and their bonds,
$23 each, were forfeited to the city
Good Holder for Safety Matches.
A holder for a box of safctj
matches. Intended to be hung on a
wall, but which can be folded for car
rying in the rocket, is the invention
of a New Yorker
The Hook otj rCuppcoxiraei
$4 to $5
Acked for Jail Berth.
A man named James Hackett, suf
fering from tuberculosis, appeared at
police court room yesterday morning
and "equested that he, be sent to Jab
in order that he might rest. He wat
given a cot in the jail office, apart
from the other prisoners, and the
count) physician gave him treat
ment that resuscitated him He will
be taken to the county hospital to
day by Deputy Sher-ff Gannon.
The game known at "la erosse" was
originally played by the Canadian In
dians and from them adopted succes
sively by the French and English set
tier.) and by them introduced to the
United States The object of the,
game is to drive the ball through
goals situated at acb end of the
fiold The player; are usually twelve
on a side. In ISf 7 the La Crosse As
sociation o' C'naria was formed and
an Indian team (sited Great Britain,
creaUng great excltemenu The game
Isojie-ot real Importance tn the Ens
Uih sporilag world. Jf ' . -
I , ZZZ. l -
I The boy's; appetite Is , often tho
source of amazement, -If you would
I have suchlin appettte take Cham'aer-
lalns Tablets They not only create
a heaIthy.,"ipjCte. hut strengthen il&e
stomach nd enable it to do Its vo5r,k
naturally. For bale by all dealeraU3
Coal Must be Getting Low
About this timo Isn't It? Bet
ter havo us put you In )otlr sup
ply right now Then you'll have
that olf jour a:Ind any way
Coal doesn't spoil and you havo
got to gef it sooner or later.
So why not orderSow and thus
be, prepared for an emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
Blsbco Telephone 2Z5
Lowell TCephone 120
5 & -" d&
""A - .-,x
t - '
Independient Fuel & Feed Company
Opp. palace Stables
Offlco Main St.
L. J- OVERLOC
I ,i in rimmimin
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Paine Web
ber & Co., Bos ten and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
the value of good looks of a fine com
plexion, a skm free from blemishes,
bright eyes and a cheerful demeanor.
Many of them know, also, what it means
to be free from headaches, backaches,
lassitude and extreme nervousness,
because many have learned the value of
as the most reliable aid to better phys
ical condition. Beecham's Pills have
an unequaled reputation because they
act so mildly, but so certainly and jso
beneficially By clearing the system,
'reguiatW the bawelsand river, they
tone the stomach and improve the;
digestion. Better feelings, better looks,
better spirits follow the use of Beech
aro's Pills so noted the world over
Good Effects '
Sold (fri. 16c 25c i
trusts erjicWlr tiioald rad tie.deetioe ii
ettli erery tax. JJ
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With9''
and Fire Insurance
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hofc Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY POPPEN, Manage
ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY
on Thanksgiving. By tne way, are
there any places on your poultry
house or barn which will allow your
birds to git out or some a gl.t prowl
er to get in? Why not have us send
x nn himhor prmnch tn mako them I
secure. Dont iai till your Thanivs Jj
giving dinner is sioieu w u j;u
S!0N Lumber Go.
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Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAII JEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE. REDWOOD SH'.Gt-ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND '.-.ASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manager.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GQ.
' 7 Cj a ra Lr Clifton ar. 4 03 p. m.
S 15 a. in. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m
9 J1) a m, Lv Duncan Lv 2:36 p. m.
I IV L u 111 J..V lA;iu;mi(,i., i... ui.
11 uu a. m. -r iiaciuia j-v i;iiu p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific viest bound train
No 1. leaving Lordsburg lflrGT a. m,
PT . . I Mountain Time.
a I ace Ll Ve'l V1 South bound train connects with El
, , , , ,. Z '.Paso & Southwestern east bound
and Undertaking Co. tra n for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at
Bowen &. Hubbard, Proprietors , 11 .S3 a. m. Mountain Time, and
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRES- wlttf west bound train for; Douglas
Phone Phone and Bisbe, leaving Hachlia at 11:50
Bisbee 23 Lowel 7 ' a. m , Mountain Time.
1 K. K. MIN5U.N,
Clifton, Ari. General Passenger Agent
Next Fair Hall
O. K. LIVERY and
HOBERT HENNESST, Prop.
Fftone 15. Op. Depot Juabnlants
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Dougl&s Hills
Loa Aageles, Callfe" .
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale or Exchango
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