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ill TO END OF WAR
Servian Patriot Minister Is
Cpnfident Turkey Cannot
Much Longer Combat
the Allied Forces
is bisbeeT VISITOR
"Ju thiVe or four weeks, the war
between Turkey and the Balkan
states will bo over." reclared Itev.
Danllo Dukorovich. wh;en seen at the
Copper Queen hotel jestcrday.
Itev. Dukorovich Is a Servian mis
sionary and patriot traveling under
the auspices of the Serbian National
Movement of New York He takes
a great deal of interest in the pres
ent war and although a member of
tho clergy he declared the war be
tween Turkey and the allied armies
of the Balkan slates to l a just one
and should be waged until Turkey Is
forced to leave Europe.
Tho Servians haje had no liberty
under Turkey, they have Kept our
beloved country under tyranny, they
hae persecuted our people, our
church: they have wrecked our
homes and have debauched our wo
men." he said. "J am overjoyied at
their defeat for it will mean freedom
and progress for our people. Servia
Is one of the most fruitful of coun
tries in Kurope. her mines are rlca
and w-ith a new- froedom she will rise
to lite one of the leading nations of
Rev. Dukorovich is personally ac
quainted with some of tr: leaders
in the present struggle and is inti
mato with tho Crown Prince, who is
considered to lv the leader In tho
conflict The Crown Prince is a
bashful boy of 22 said the missionary,
and when he last saw him, about
six years ago, he appeared lo be any
thing but a fighter
-Some great change must have
como over him." ijctered the mis
sionary, "for when I knew him he
was so slight and weak that iou
could have knocked him down with
jour finger. Today he is the center
figure in the war. fighting In the
thickest of the battle.
".More than 5000 Servians left for
the war from the United States
alone," he continue, "and about 15.
000 Greeks. These men will more
than likely never return to this coun
try for we will need them as mis
sionaries 'of freedom. They arc oe
lng slaughtered in the field of battle
and among them are the bravest of
the' fighters. Those who could not
leave this country are, I am glad to
bay, helping to support their country
men w-lth"tl)3lr funds."
Rev. Danilo Dukorovich will speak
at Oledlgovich hall Sunday morning
at 10 a. ra. on the National move
ment of the Servian people. He will
also conduct the Greek orthodox ser
vlcoj CLUB WOMEN AT PALM BEACH.
WKST PALM BEACH. Fla., Nov. 19.
This famous resort Is thronged to
day wUh women irom all over Klonda,
who have come here to irticipate In
the eighteenth annual convention oi
the State Federation of Women-
Clubs. The proceedings began this,
morning with a meeting of the toaru
of directors. The remainder of tho
day was devoted to the work of or
ganization, the exchauge of greetings
and the reception of annual rejorts
from officers and committees Bust
ncss and social features will carry the
convention over until Thursday even
ing. Grecian Head-Covering.
The Greeks wore a hat called ft
petasos, which was soft and light, be
ing made of felt; It was strapped un
der the chin to fasten It (Irmly to the
head. But only the lower classes
among the Greeks, such as herds and
travelers, wore hats, and both sexes
sror hats of the same shape. The
Greek nobility ana gentry wore no
covering for the head out of doors,
end women only adorned their hair
with a wreath of Sowers.
UANCE AT DON LUIS.
I)o not forger the cl 'b danie at
Don Luis Fridaj Night. Nov 22 Ad
We have just received a
fresh shipment of this
throughout the land to
be absolutely pure.
Give the children
what they want especial
ly when it is good for
them Keep a bottle of
this catsup on hand.
J. B. Angius
"Tbe Pure Food Grocery"
FUST BOUTS FIGURE
IN YICA TOURNEY
Big Crowd Enjoys Enter
tainment Furnished by
Two fast bouts In the amateur box
ing tournament weru staged at the
V. M. C. A. gymnasium last night,
before a big crowd of boxing fans.
In the light weight class, Kitzpat
rick won the decision over Porthouse
and in tbe welter weight class Ben
Jackson, after eliminating Tom Har
rington with a stiff right to the wind.
tooK on John Key. a substitute over
whom he won the decision In the
scheduled three rouuds.
Light Weights Battle
Fitzpatrick and Portbout-e squar
ed oft at S o'clock, having teen Intro
duced to the fans by Referee Morgan.
Fitziutrlck led off vigorously while
Porthouse held hlmelf in reserve
and landed several (rkdy blows.
Clinching began early In the bout.
Porthouse tried continuously ior
Fitzpatrlck's wind and both exchang
ed rights and lefts to the tody Port-
house was pushed out of the ring but
came back aggressively and landed
several blows to the body When
time was called they were exchang
ing body blows.
Fitzpatrick Get8 Decision
The second round Ifegan
clinch. Fitzpatrick landed a
right to the head and followed It up
with a stinging left to the body. Both
fought close, with Porthouse stHl
working for his opponent's wind.
Both were bandy with their rights
and lefts to the body but few of the
'Wows were effective. The end of
the round found Porthouse ollshllv
pilstressed and out of wind. It was
In the third both boxers appealed
to ie slightly distressed and breath
ing hard, clinching at every oppor
tunity. Both worked hard for open
ings and Porthouse sent rights and
lefts to the head. Porthouse shnw-
jed to better advantage in the last
round than In the first two and this
stimulated his opponent, both fight
ing hard at the close The decision
was given to Fitzpatrick.
Welter Weight Bouts
Ben Jackson and Tom Harrington.
welter weights, were scheduled for
three rounds but at the opening of
the lirst round Jackson ripped out
successive lefts to the body and Har
rington was forced to retire, claim
ing an injury to his side. John Ivey
watt sent in against Jackson.
Jackson opened w-'th rights and
Jsfts to the body, with lvey upper
cutting but foiled by Jackson's clever
defense and blocking In the middle
of the round Jackson hoisted lvey
out of the ring with a body blew and
lvey can'e (back at the close Of the
round both were slugging
Tho secound round began with
Jackson hammering away with his
right and lvey uppercutting Jack
son changed to his left and landed
Several hard ones to the side Hey
tried to rush his opponent but lie 1
was blocked and pushed out of .he j
right by Jackson He was out tif-1
teen seconds but the referee decidsd ,
to allow the match to go another
round. In the last round Jackson
had lvey against the ropes several
times, landing alternately on his op
ponent with rights and lefts to head
lind body lvey had lost his wind
iby this time and time was calted
Just as Jackson planted a hard one
on the Jaw Tho decision was given
The bouts for next Tuesday night
will be announced in a few days.
New Mail Schedule
Tnin No. G from Benson and west
arrives at S:10 a. in. Train No. 7
from El Paso and east arrives at
S:10 a. in. All mall distributed ap
proximately, by t.30 a. ra.
Train No. 5 from El Paso ar.d east
arrives at 4 45 p. m. All mall dis
tributed, approximately, by 5:30 p.m.
Train No 8 from Tucson and west
arrives at 10 25 p. m. Mail dlstrl
0,uted following morning by 8.30 a. m
Connecting with trains 6 and 7 for
the east and west. leaves at C:55 a. m.
Mail closes at C:15 a. ro.
Connecting with train No 0 for
Benson and wnest, leaves 3:35 p. m
Mail closes at 3 00 p. m.
Connecting with train No. s lor
Douglas, El Paso and east, leaves at
9 15 p m Mall closes at C:45 p. m.
Ilegistered mail carried only on
train No 6 for the east and train No
" for the west
All pouches will be ready for driv
er, locked and Jaheled 10 minutes be
fore the scheduled time of departure
of all trains.
Street Car Service
Arrivals and departures for Jewell
(station and Warren.
Leaves Uisbee at 3:60 a. m. and
5. 30 p. IB
Leaves Wtarren at :9 p. m. and
:30 p. m.
.November 19. 112.
M. E. CASSIUY.
i - Postmaster.
The annual output of the cotton
teed Industry Is la value close up to
(be t300.000.000 mark. Until recent
fears the seed of the cotton plant, ex
cept what was required for planting
vjrpoies, was practically valueless,
la tbe opinion of the southern cotton
fanner. The seed was hauled away
to be dumped Into the streams or left
to rot In fields. Today this Is chang
ed and the once despised byproduct 1
(if the cotton fields Is steaflily loom.
Ing in 'mportance. In the shape of
oil for lubricant and table purposes.
inieai ior caiue 1000, case aca biuii
! for fertilizer, food, tc, cotton seeds
are v source ui euuriuuuB nraiui w
the southern country. The Industry,
which only a few years bade was un
known, U now & gold silae.
THE BISBEE) DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
PUT INTO EFFECT
Train Time and Mail Time Is
Changed in Bisbee as
POST OFFICE HOURS
The JCew El Paso & Southwestern
time table goes Into effect today, co
incident with tho runnine of he first
passenger train over the extension of
mat road .from Fairbank to Tucson,
giving it through trains between Tuc
son and El Paso. After January 1.
Tucson will be. directly connected with
Chicago and the tasi. over the South
western in conjunction with iti itn-V
The train that leaves Bisbee In the
morning at 0:33 o'clock, connecting at
Osborn with trains No. 6 and 7. villi
be the most important train leaving
uisbee, as it ylll carry passengers for
both eastern and western points This
train Is No. 51. This inauguration of
a new train service of necessity makes
cnanges in the dispatching and dis
tributing departments at the iv.st of-
Yice. Mall for train No. 51 closes at
0.15 a. m.
i Train 'n 7 frnm t-1 Pqm .
Inset u-ost.tmnml anil tMln Vn f! rw.m
illpnuln nnH tha wn:t nautJiminil ...111
meet at Osborn and passengers fur
Bisbee will be brought to Bisbee on
the stub, No. CO. arriving here at 8:10
a. m. Mall on this train will be dis
tributed at the post office approximate
ly at 3:30 o'clock a. m.
Jt will bo observed that incoming
trains on the Bisbee-Osborn branch
are evwn-numbercd and outgoing odd
Stub rain No. 35. connecting with
train No. 8 for Douglas, El Paso anl
the east leaves Bisbee at 9-15 i in
and mall for this train closes at S 45
1. m Stub train No. 51, having con
nected with train No. S from Tucson
and tHs w-est, arrives at Bisbee at
10:25 p. m. and mail will be distribut
ed on the following morning by 8. SO
Registered mail will be carried only
ijy train No. S for Douglas and the
east and on train No. 5 for the west
leaving BisbiVj at C:55 a. in. and J:. 15
j. m. respectively.
The street car mall service to Low
ell and Warren has been nevised as
follows: Leave Bisbee at 9 a. m and
at :3(f p. m.: leave Warren at 2:U0
p. m. and 5.30 p. m. On account of
the change in train schedules a "night
shift ' will be put on at the post office
to dispatch mail for the evening train.
E. C Pichard arriv ed In the city yes
terday and will be assistant ticket
agent at the local depot
GIRL GOES 10 UNCLE
Thi' filing of a complaint charging
seduiMion against Mr and Mrs Cal
Morns, at Gleesou, bv Al Adling, of
that town, who charged that the
-ouple planned to take his niece, a
joung girl of fifteen years of age. to
California, was a proceedure planned
at Willcox Monday but was obviated
by the couple agred.ng to return to
the complaining vvltnesb the girl in
The Morrises ha dbcen at Gleeson
for two months, during which time
the girl got to know- them intimateb
and it is said that they promised to
take her to California and g.ve hpr
a splendid education. Mr Adling ob
jected but the girl clung to her new
found friends and is said to have
been accompanying them to Callfor
s: rrhen hy were intercepted by
county olticcrs at Johnson and taken
to Willcox, where they were de
tained. A minor charge w-as filed against,
Morris and Its wife to hold them
while the circumstances of the more
terlous charge were being invcstlgat
cd. Upon Morris' promise to part
compan wit hthc girl, he and his
wife were roleased. the girl was re
stored to her uncle, Mr. Adling, and
tbe minor charge was dismissed
Deputy County Attorney Alexander
Murry, of B.sbee, represented the
state in the investigation and se
cured the restoration of the girl to
her uncle. Mr. MJrry returned to
Bisbee yesterday afternoon.
RETAIL MERCHANTS IN SESSION
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov. 19 With a
square deal for the small retail mer
chant" as their slogan, one thousand
"reurcsentatlves of the retail trade
throughout the co'intry assembled at
the Planters' Hotel in this city today
for the first annual convention of the
National federation of Retail Mer
chants. The retailers object to having
tho blame for the high cost of living
laid at their doors anil tne conven
tion will probably register a strong
RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS MEE1
WASHINGTON. V. C Nov. 19.-
The twenty-fosrtli annual convention
of the National A "social on of Bail
way commissioners began this morn
ing at the offices of the Interstate
commerce commission and will con
tinue for several days. The association
is coraioed Qf the members of the
Interstate Commerce Commission and
Ihfallwaj, commissioners of tne ait
fpr;nt states.-The 'president -is; Coni
missionet C. F. Staples of Minnesota.'
Is your husband cross? An Irritable,
faultfinding disposition Is often duo
to a disordered stomach. A man with
cood digestion Is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per
manently cured of ftpmacn irouoie
by taking Chamberlain Tablets. For
manently cured of stomacn trouoie
Our "Silver Plate"
THE BEAUTY and inexpensiveness of our showing
ofjSilver Plate should make the well appointed ta
ble the rule.'
The wear of our Silver Plate is guaranteed and
its value matchless.
Community silver from 5.00 to $15.00 Set.
Gorham Sterling Silver Sets $20.00 to $30.00.
Spoons $3.50 to $8.00 Set Full line of odd pieces.
THE HENKEL Jewelery Co.
ELEGTRICE 1 ARTIST
WOMAN'S BRAVERY AND ENDUR
ANCE BEYOND THAT OF MAN
It was clearly proven last night at
iue nuyai 1 neater that woman's en
durance is greater than that of man
and Electrice, the little lady in the
eiectiic scene oroved that she coula
stand any jolt within the power of
the wires of the local electric com
After doing several seemingly im
possible stunts announced b he- man
ager, the little woman sat down in
the eleftric chair and took the full
voltage of the wires while her man
iter lighted a piece of cloth from her
l.tndb knees and ibe bottoms of her
feet, showing the force of the elec
tric current she was enuuring There
were several other scens showing the
endurance of Electrice as a mystifier
of the electric current, and those who
did not see her last evening will do
well to visit th eltoval not later than
Thurfsda jnUht at which time she
closes her engagement As J con
ductor of electr.clty. Electrice heads
HOME MISSION WEEK
IKES WIDE INTEREST!
Miss Moyer Is Chief Spcakeri
on Second Night of
the Meetings j
The second night of Home Mission I
Week, being observed by the Prot--s
ant churches of the citv, brought a
large congregation to the Presl)vte
Ian church last night where tbe un .
Ion services are being held Last J
night's paper was. ' Our Frontiei and '
Island Possessions." by. Miss Carlot.il
Moyer. secretary of the V V C. . j
and was in part as follows. j
in vv inston inurcnnm s uook,
'The Crossing," the line of travel was
over tbe mountains by the old wild
erness trail to the frontier, Ohio. Ken
tucky or Tennessee, but advancing
liopulation has constants pushed on
waid until now we iu the west have
no frontier. Yars have made roar
veJoux changes In our country's life.
In 17ST. the United States was one
lourth its present size, then came the
1-oult.lana jmrcbase. California. Alas
ka, the Island Possesions and tbe
Canal Zone, the 1 latest purchase in
"Cuba, an inland equal in area to
Pennsylvania orMississippf, furnish
es an Ideal mfeslonary "field In which
to demonstrate the most statesman
like missionary policies. For over
four hundred years that country was
unurraSpanish rule and during that
time more than' hair tbe marriages
were without legal sanction. In the
census of 1907 it was learned that
half tho voting population was Illiter
ate but tbe Macedonian crepe is be
ing lifted and tih IsHnd is in a
transformation. Trained teachers are
1n the field, the young men and wo
men of Cuba are learning their own
Miss Moyer's address largely treat
ed of the Hawaiian Islands where
she formerly resided.
This evening, the Revefand J. W.
Kpperly.ioftthci Baptist cburchwUl
irpeakoh ?The 'Immigrant.'; ' Special
tousle will be furnished ,by thel'res
byterlan choir. :
Doa't Judgo too hastily from appear
alnces. The man who comes to jour
back door looVinf; )Iko a intayu miy
b8 k nUni ailUllil trying to ras
gives you what you want
willingly and without a quib
ble. That is why- we urge
careful dressers td look into
the merits of the Anderson
line. The styles are correct,
the woolens well chosen, the
fit Is guaranteed faultless, and
your individual directions are
followed to the letter.
If you are particular, this is
"The Tailoring You Need."
Sobwartz Bros. Go.
The Safe Place Main St.
The term "Scandinavians" In not
confined to the Norwegians. The
Norwegians are Indeed Scandinavian,
but so also are the Swedes. Danes and
Icelanders For that matter, the Ger
mans, English and Americans of Eng
llsh stock are also of the Scandina
vian stock, since It Is more than prob
able that Germany was originally
stocked from the land of the North
men, and It Is from tho North Ger
man stock that the so-called "Anglo
Saxon" comes. Tho Northran has
written his name large In history and
his breed is today ruling the world,
and will continue to rule It, In all
likelihood, to the end of time There
Is no other blood so virile and pow
erfuL Don't waste your money buving
strengthening piasters Chamberlains
Lniment is cheaper and better Dam
pen a piece of flannel with it and
hind it over the affected parts and it
will relieve the pain and soreness
For sale by all. dealers Advertise
ment. Easy to Get Rid
of Corns THIS Way
"GETS-IT," the New Corn Cure.
"Corns Gone! GETS-IT Got 'Em!"
iitis-ii is the new-plan corn
cure that will surely surprise ou the
vry first time jou use it, n is so
simple, painless, quick and ,ure in its
It shrivels up the corn, wart, cal
lous or bunion, separate them from
the true flesh. the corn comes off, and
there you are, with feet that feel pos
itively glorious; corn-free once more
as they used to be in your "barefoot
The most remarkable feature Is
that "GETS-IT" does not harm or turn
raw the- healthy ffosh as other prep
arations do. It is as safe as water.
No more plasters, bandages, or
"GETS-IT" is sold at drug stores at
IZc a bottle, or sent direct on receipt
of price by E. lawrence & Co., Chi
cago. Sold In Bisbao by Bisbee OniS
Co.. Central Pharmacy and Phelps;
iiuuge Mer. uo. Advertisement. s
T4f Of? you ask for beer do not take a sub-
VV EU&it stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, (the beer that is bottled atVthe,
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.50 per
If your grocer does not have it, call
X ri HI A. T R El
EXTRA Special EXTRA
Three Days Only -- Three
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
The .Wizard,of Electricity.
Most sensational feats of electric endurance ever
REFINED, INSTRUCTIVE, FASCINATING AND
See the little lady have 1300 volts passed through her
body while sitting in the
Latest Motion Pictures Money Can Buy
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
Musical Comedy Company
r IN -
.rMMAjA m ii4..
See the "Baby Doll Chorus"
Doors op-u at T i t
Curtain raises S:15 p. m.
Admission lower floor I55c and 50c.
I Balcony 25c and 35c Gallery lac
JACOB SCHMID Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An heir of high class entertainment aira.ts you at this snow house
Admission oc and 10c
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO,
We Are Now in the Market for
the Purchase of Copper Ore
and Copper &atte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
Ovcr'uiv I orihe&tra 7 4." p m.
sue oy an uea.er. .-, jbls own auto.jU(Jge.