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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1912
BISBEE MS I
. AGAIN BEAM
Brief Local Items
western freight office
side on Quality HIU.
Thej will ro-
' Local Eleven Falls Before
"- Tucson Team for Sec
, ond and Last Game
TUCSON, Aril. Nov. 2. Swell)
Tnesen JU(h school totta) riveted
Its elfe to the hih school ettMo
Itteaship ot Arfeooa by UforinK for
tfc kecond time and in a mora in
cisive manner than la the first game,
and ghe Tucson the right to la)
cMIm to being the champion of all
schools id the stjte. It having playel
th- Arsotia varsity to a tie. The
. eeTf-t64ay was- TueiJp-H 19. HWUe?
The result was a great dineWMtliit-
limit to the lirtvbee players and to
th rooters, that leompaniied iha
' team to thle city, who hoped that
thai team uould redeem itselt in a
eeeoud encounter with Tacson but
U tfcay were forced to relinquish their
, Jropaft ot the si ate championship ami
to admit that Tucson has the better
.Tucson scored first in the last five
i nUifule of thi$ first half, the hall hav-
ll ius J' In IMsbee's territory the
" nWif "of.the tiifie Htebee jdayed hard
but was weak In offennlie pia)Ing
tTho secondary defenw. composed of
IKyioii Thomas, Llgon. Yoakum an.'.
, iMcCullough was effective and tlat-
tened out the majority of Tucson's
.Bisbce'R single score came in the
second "half. Champion tool, the hall
to Tucson's ten ya d line on a for-
".vard pass and on the "shoestring
flijaj"' tStnithers tcok 0o ball over
' for a fouchdswn. Tucson made two
more touchdowns in the last charter.
, (backing the line and sweeping aiojud
lHsbce's ends for good gains. P.lsl'-'o
was game to the linal whistle and
never give up hope or winning until
' then. No oue was Injured during tbo
name and the 1-est of feeling was ex
li hlbited b members of toth teams
notwithstanding the intense rivalry
Leave for Huaehusas.
IJr P K. Shine and M J. Cinning
ltm left eeerday for the Huaebuea
mousta.ns. where tney win sponu
Pieral days hunting deer and other
Chesterfield Case Postponed.
The ee agalnW G. Chesterfield,
charged with defrauding Mrs. Grimm
out of the sum of eight dollars ana
fortw ccints. was postponed until
nest Tuesday afternoon at i o'clocK
when k -was called for a nre!im
!ary Rearing in Judge High's court
yrMeiOay morning at 19 o'clock. The
defendant's bond was ahto coatluued
Wasssran Pat 2lg Fine.
Morri Wasserman, the man who
Urtreyd the furniture In the city
Jail whn he was jailed for disturb
ing the peace, changed his pie when
he was arraigned In Judge High's
court )6Btorday arteraoon at 4
o'clock. He entered a plea of guilt)
and was fined $7, whlsh was jaiu.
Washerman waireproBeated by an ai
tornoy, who made a plea for lenlen
.v Km ,t was IneffectUe. The dam
age that Wasserroan did to the Jail
interior will amount to more than
the amount of the fine.
Blsbce Man Shoots Setf
U K Ilottoms. a local hoist engin
eer. accWentall) shot himself yester
day about noon while bunting wicn
several friends In the Chirtcahua
mountains and was taken to Court
land, where be was ptoetxl Jn an au
tomobile and taken to the Copper
Queen hospital hare He was oper
ated upon lest night and the seriou
ness of tbo wottnd had not been de
termined. Mr Ilottoms Is a well
known member of the Klks lodce.
Interior Work at "Y" Building.
Th interior of the V. M, C. A.
building lobbj is being repainted by
a force or palmers, rue sew tint
h pale mnk and it adds much to the
lightness of the interior. The entiro
iTor of the building will be done over
in this tint. Tho interior of tho gym
naslum nan been tinted yellow. The
tints will be aried In the donniiory
Roscoe's Brother Wounded.
Louis Hoscoe. a well known Sw-vlan-Amerlcan,
has received a tetter
from Senia statUz that his iounsfcr
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biother. Nick Kosfee, a josng fcbooi
teacher-patriot, was wounded in one
of the battles with the Turks. He i
was shot through the lee. but ,h"
wotind was not geruxia enough to i
cause the loss of the limb.
Anderson Convalescent. .
Harry Anderson, brother-in-law or
J. J Itowen who was critically 111 of ,
pneumonia at his home at Courtmnd
tor a week. Is convalescent and his
recotery Is now assnied, he uein;
able to sit up In bed now.
laivm to Hospital.
The joung daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank -lullff whs taken to iho Calu
met & Arizona hospital yesterday, ill
of appendicitis. "
Stockholders Hold Meeting.
The stockholders of the Cananea
lloston mining company held u spe
cial meeting here last night, at wl'ith
a reorganization oi ine company wai
detenniued upon, also to Issue half
a million shares or stock at five dol
lars KourfHths of the stock toted
The propel ty is located between the
Four C's and the Calumet & Sonora
properties. 'Wo hae a splendid pic
pert)," Bald Joe Cohen, of Canann
who came up to attend the meeting,
"and nov that revolutionary trou
les are oter we Intend to develop i
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Xff3v"ffe We offer to holiday Shoppers special
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holiday Shoppers special
oii everything in our line'
Shipley Operated Upon.
Glenn Shipley, the )0uug man wej
shot himself through the bod), near
tlie region ot the bart. was operated
upon at the Copitr Queen hosptta'
Friday morning, nhreo quarts of
Cuix. mised with blood, being re
moved from a sac near the wound.
It is believed that bis recovery will
be rapid now.
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We have a complete stock ot ail new
goods and can care for your every want in Millinery. Don't fail
see our Trimmed Hats, Velours, ISeavers, i runnings eic.
u4MM4M wt-rs Tombstone Cony on
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: SPECIAL SERVICES
unn in Qtw
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, Today to His Peopl
.-.in Pythian Castle
E. K. Neff, a prominent business
man or Ul 1'aso. sicnt yesterda) In
New Clerks Added.
Owing to tnc mcreaseu iwj
the Phelps lXMlge siore oi
several new clerks nae oee
r-ontlv added to the eniargeu uc
partraentb". Among the new members
X. .i mrrn is James O. McDonald.
who recently arr.ved from Uoston to
enter the credit department of the
SpeakS Camp phones Installed.
The Mountain Slates iei:i.u"u
and Telegraph company is MtaliinB
its service in the barracks ot the
Ninth Cavalr). U. a A. taUmwd I at
WarreiL ' Hcretoro.c audi neon
venlece was placed upon the officers
t.. --civin!- meseages in-
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i..i r ., nnn bnt with tlltf
leuueu '"' ,r ."- ,hem in di-
new Eervice n mu i".- -
Itov. Danlllo :korovljii. the em
inent Servian missionary and rep;e
Ccntitlto of the Servian Natlwi.il
mfltffltetft 1n tbp-rHHea States, will
liatH enndpAa nf fli RervinD churrb
this morning from 9 to lo o'clock "rec. communication with the city and
KK. v. ban ana irom io u i -u " SBrronnainB country.
ftctlng the welfare of Servia
The dlsUngaished Servian will
leave Tnesday for Glote. where he
will spend severil days with his coi'i
trymen there and then visit other
Servian centers in the west.
Tills nttemoon Iter Itokorovich
will go to the Sulphur Springs va'
loy where he will Isptise several
children of Servian families living in
the valley. It is not often that ono
In authority in tho Servian chare!,
visits Blsbee and on these occasions
there are always a number of young
Servians to be I aptlsed into tl-e
clmrch. Knights of Pytbiis boll will
probably be filled to its capacity to
day to bear the eminent divine, who
la aid to be a very eloquent speaker
immigration Inspector Schafer. ot
Naco. arrived in me c, '""-'
and took to Tucson four Mexicans
who had teen arrested on deportation
charges. They will be tried before
Inspector-in-charge 1?ennett at Tucson.
United States attorney J E. Mor
rlson returned to tho city Friday eve
ning, coming from Tucson wbere tic
spent several days on business fol
lowing adjournment ot federal court
Prancis Dupen, who spent sevsral
days hcic with his father, U Uu
pen. returned to Roscmont, near Tuc
son, Friday evening.
Joo Cohen, ot Cananea. spent lat
night in tho city and leaves this
morning for Douglas.
Deputy County Attorney Alexander
Slurry has returned rrom tho coknty
seat, whero ho spent Friday on bu
"USED SAGE TEA
Tp Darken the Hair and Re
store Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color
Edw. J. Flanlgarf and 'John S. VI
Haras have retnrned rrom Tombstone
George Cobbe went to Tucson yes
terday to witness the lllsbee-Tueson
""It is a pleastrre to tell you that
C&ajBberlain'c Cough Remedy Is the
H test ctwgnt m"dlrtne 1 liavo ever
Bsea," wr.Us Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of
' XaTotila, Ga. "1 rave used It with
all wry children and the results hate
been highly satlsfactor) ' For sale
Br all dealers dvrrtis men
Yesterday'8 Hotel Arrivals.
.. .,.. rAi.ivr Oueen hotel:
Cherico. Pittsburg. Kan . Oliver Wil
liams. El Paso. D. J- Jones Tucson
i ri,Lti Presno. Cal . E. D HnJ-
..ut rfc -. , ...v.
Los Angeles, i a i3u.nu.
It- J Wolf. Cananea. Mex ;
Joseph Colin. Cananea: Mr ami ar.
IL n l-insiora. onreTciiui ., -... -H.
Hawkins. St Louis, O. Hoppen
wath. Pueblo. Colo.
Lannford and Bride Arrive.
Orr and Mrs H. B Ingford ar
rived in the city yesterday afternoon
from Shreveport, Ia.. and aro at tho
Copper Queen hotel Mrs. Langford
n- n ftirtls. of Shreveport. until
lst Wednesday Mr Langford is
rate clerk at the El Paso and South
II C Henrie, coach of the Blsbee
High school football team left )e
terday morning for Tucson to witness
the Disbec-Tucson gamo.
Messrs. Cowan and Williams ot thl
Rank ot Hisbec left yesterday for
Hereford, whero they will spend Ur
Oscar A. Carlson, vice president of
tho Cochise Machine company ot Los
Angeles, who has been spending tht
week hero visiting friends and on bus
iness, returned to his homo city yesterday
H Is easier to preserve t
of the hair than to restore
though it is possible to do boui uu' e
grandmothers understood tho secret 1 1
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i lie) inuue u Bue- n. "" .- ;
dark, clossy hair long after middle I
lire was duo to ibis fact Our moth
.! knvo erav lialr before they are i
titty, but the) are beginning to ap
preciate the wisdom of our grand
mothers In using -sage tea" for their
hair nml amRlst following 6Ult.
Thr. nrpe"Ji:eii4n,tfon has the'
advantage of Uie naBt in that It can
get a ready-to-uSo preparation called
Wyetb-s Sas5 and Sulphur Hair Rem-1
edy. As a scalpitonic and color re-1
storer thi3 preparation Is vastl) su
ocrlor to tho ordinary "sage tea ' .
made by our grandmothers
The growth and beauty or tne nair
depends on a healthy condition of
the scalp. Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur
Hair Remedy quickly k.Hs the dan
druff germs which rob tbe hair of its
life, color anil Inslre. makes the scalp ,
clean and healthy, gives the hair
strength, color and beauty, and
tmkes it grow.
Get a 30 cent bottle from your
druggist today. He will give your
money back if you are not satisfied
after a fair trial Advertisement.
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E. E. Russell of Tucon is spending
a short linio In the city
R. D. Lyons ot AJo, head bcoklceep
er of the C. & A is spending sev
eral days in tho city
Immigration Officer V K Scha'er
Of Naco Is in the c.ty registered a
tho Copper Queen hotel
CUBAN ELECTION DISPUTED
HAVANA, Nov 23: A NattonM
Liberal Asseraby convened in Havana
today to take steps to disputo the le
gality of the recent election in which
Gen Mario Menocal was elected pres
ident of the republic The assemblv
is composed of followers of Alfredo
X. Zayas, who was a leading op,m
ent of Gen .Menocal in the lattor's
ontest for the president .
We offer this week unquestionably the mo?t bcautifiilline of ready to wear Sar-
ments that was ever shown at such tempting prices.
SUITS AT $15.00
Splendidly constructed suits of extra
weight sere, fine worsteds and pretty
new mixtures in rough materials in any
size vou may desire, well finished, each
coat lined with satin Values up
$20, Sale Price S15.
V H Iiropb) g( neral manage, ot j
the I'bolja Dodge Mercantile com
pi ny, left for a short buircss ami
pleasure trip to Naco and Nacozari
A SWn of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
BISBEE PUBLIC SCHOOL NEVS
Of The Choicest Patterns For
Suits and Overcoats
Charles Walker Tailoring Co.
Al Finger, Manager
Cleaning j Pressing and Repairing
Opposite Pythian Castle Phone 599
The regular monthly board meet
ins was held Friday afternoon.
Mr K .E. Cobbler of Ixs Angeles I
representing tho McMillan coinpan).
Visited tbe school on business.
Miss Townsend has returned from
California and resumed her duties at
the Central schoc'.
A loyal bunch ot high school girls
wcro at tbe train FrMa) morning to
glte tbe football squad a good send
off. The boys went to Tucson where
they played with the Tueon team
Tbe tenlor domestic science class
Is preparing a Thanksgiving lunch
eon on Wednesday, Nov. 27 The
guests will bo the ten high school
teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Pailbrook and
Mrs. Hamilton. j
The high school glee clnb is now,
well organized and meets for prac
tice under the instruction of Miss
Rartlett every Wednesday. They hope
to give a concert and since their I
work so far has been so satisfactory, '
success is assured
Two boys composed tho second
graduating class of the Bisbeo high
school, John A. Blair and Roy A.,
Newman were graduated In 1907 The
former is now engaged in railroad I
work at El Paso. The latter, who has i
for some Umc been In the employ of
the Blsbee Improvement company
vnts seriously jnjured and has ajonoj
to his father's ranch In tbe Hua-1
cbuca mountains to recuperate
DR. T. Follx Oouraud's Oriental
Crecm or Msglcal "lautlfiar
Kctm.t- lan, Pteipta
IrrcUM, llat I-.ud.n,
&ui,cd ilia lJ,t
o teftutr. d lin
net detection. It
h Hood ib test
cl 64 TW, &4
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t(.t no couatrr
leC it (ImSu
mo. Dr 1.. A.
SaTi ul4 to
Hij ct lh hist.
D a tafia,
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T.iiarnii4'. rrexm'ai tht ) MraJu. ft U
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COATS AT $9.65
In our line of ladies' Curricle Coats we
offer the biggest values for the price
that has yet been shown anywhere.
Come in and make your selection now,
$15 values - Sale Price S9.65.
SUITS AT $11.25
Good material in all the popular colors.
These suits are made with the same care,
and the style ideas are carried out as ex
tensively as much higher priced garments
I would demand. Values up to $15 - bale
essaiine Waists $2.95
Made ot soft Messahne Silks in dainty
new shades. Nicely trimmed. $4 values -Sale
Skirt Values at $4.95
Serges in black:, navv and brown. Mix
tures in newest shades and plain colors
$6 and $7 values, Sale Price $4.95.
Mrs. R. Wilson
All Work Guaranteed
137 Tombstone Canyon
Opposite Lorelto Academy
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0NE-T&IRD oft on Trimmed hats,
Beavers, Velours and Hood Felts,
also, Special prices on trimmings.
JmckBmMing - ' Main Street'
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