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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, DISBEE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, BECEMBBR.-i1912,
SAYS PARCEL POST
IS WELL RECEIVED
Country Merchant Not Op
posed to New Postal De
parture as Has Been Un
. derstood Very Generally
T THE RURAL BUYER
, The many favorable repltts la
answer to our inquiries sent out to
the merchants and trades people lu
regard to the parcels post measure,
assure, ana that it "Mrill Jjrove a sue
cess.Tsaid C. F. Dutton, ot Phoenix,
,post office inspector, now in BUbeo
on; bis .-tour ot inspection.
, "The parcels post Is a living issue
in which, everyone in the United
States is interested as is shown by
the numerous replies received from
the various sources from which we
solicited information. ,
"The rural districts ai0 especially
interested and even the small country
niercbant, wh.o it was thought was
jta1- greatest opponent, is regarding it
with a. favorable eye. The country
merchant will, as formerly, get all
the trade on the staple and bulky
foods as It is unlikely that the farm
er and the small town man can get
these articles any cheaper by trad
ing in a foreign market. Then. too.
-vhen a man wants p. thing he usually"
wants It quick and will not waste the
necessary,, time to look through the
catalogues of, the mail order houses
and willingly alt the necessary two
rr -three weeks consumed in recelv
leg; and shipping his order from the
distant wholesale house.
f "Of course, there are many things
lu;the Jine of rancy goods that the
country merchant does riot carry ow
in,j to Infrequent calls for these ar
ticles and the rapid changes of style,
but with the parcels post .the coun
tryman can get these things for
which all have an occasional craving.
The parcels post may be the means o!
opening the purse strings of pocket
books now tightly closed owing to
the increased ease In obtaining the
luxuries. This view is shared by
many of the merchants in the rnrl.
oub country towns that I have visited
and I am sure that it is an optimis
tic 'and encouraging view to take on
the matter. I think you will find that
the, parcels post will have the same
result that the postal savings bank
has proven. That system has put
millions of dollars in circulation thai
vas formerly hid away in tin cans
Commenting on the business condi
tions in the various cities, of his dis
trict, Mr. Dutton stated tiey were
unusually prosperous. The city of
Clifton, impressed him with its activ
ity; and prosperity. Not a vacant
house was to be found in that town
while many more were rapidlj be
lite romnleted. Very few settlers are
now coming into the agricultural dis
tricts, said Sir. Dutton except, per
haps, around Holbrook where a Den
ver irrigation company nas rectmi
taken up 30.0p0 acres and are inter
esting homesteaders. On the whole.
Arizona- is enjoying unprecedented
prosperity in his opinion
LARGE CROWD LAST
NIGHTAT Y. M. C. ft.
Jackson Assressive From!
Start, Forcing the Fight
Though Opponent Made
Rally in Second Round,
MATCH WAS GOOD ONE
BOTH WERE CLEVER
OUTLAW LEAGUE F01
More than 300 persons witnessed a
fast boxing match at the Y M- C A.
last night. The bout was betweeu D.(
Slombs and 11. Jackson and was won
by Jackson in the second round.
The match, which was a fast one
all the way through, was called at
S.20 o'clock. Stomhs weighed In at
14i pounds and Jackson at ICO. Jack-
aon started out on the aggressive
and forced the fighting all through,
with the exception of a short time in.
the second round. He has clever
foot work and shows to advantage li
the lighting. Stombs has a well de-
eloped guard and kept Jackson work
ins hard to bore through it.
The first round opened with Jack
son forcing the fighting and Stomhs
guarding most of the blows. Jackson
bored In and by the end of the round
was getting in some stiff body and
head punches. The first round was
about een, with the advantage to
Jackson on account of the forcing.
Jackson was still the aggressor in
the second round. Stombs stood up to
him well and, after a short sparring
session, suddenly took the aggrcssie
and landed some good head blos.
Jackson again took the aggressive
and forced his man to the center of
the ring, where he landed two fast
blows to the jaw hat dropped his op
ponent,-' Stombs was counted out. He
mopped iQ-ser to Jackson's corner
raised Jackson's arm. and then shook
The match was a good one all the
way through and -both boys showed
cleverness. It was refereed by
Charles N". Spicer. The judges were
Superintendent Hodgeson, of the Cop
?er Queen mine, and Jack Dunne.
Physical Director Wadsworth was
timekeeper. The decision for Jacic
son makes the third victory that he
has won. ,
Prior to the boxing bout rtoy Uen
ton and Jack Ivey mot for a one down
wresting match. Both boys showed
skill. Denton finally gaining the
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President lip" OW'vlll ii Uib
Urieru league Cimc iu.it u un.
hail Ull) thin, to Ou null tut tuiui
Hun ut it ne 'outlaw league 1:1 me
middle ntat. Ie a,iuiHj tnu( ujlug.
loii uf Hie prupMtoi iku lias tvm
Kol Hi on (or tcvtlul wrkj utij nut
inc aubjeci tools tmni at a tiieciiin;
of the Western league revtnliy m
Plain of the prcpot league, tt I
ald. li.cluned pooitile cluO In
Chicago. U in na polls. InJiauuitulia.
Mllu&ukev, -nrt Clt. Om-.tia.
SU JoipH and an -elehth city yt
to be named.
SALT RIVER VALLEY
ASKS FOB LARGER
We Have i What You Want
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1 he largest line of novelties ever displayed in -fcsisbee.
Our prices are below those shown on. Eastern mar
kets, when you consider quality.
,Ve will be pleased to have you look before pur
chasing as this will convince you: to enumerate all
would require too much space. Let us convince you.
Henkel Jewelery Co.
Although he' won the fight, Wlllio
Ritchie received less than half the
amount that" Ad Wolgast tucks avay
for their Thanksgiving Day set too.
The total receipts came up to 27,
142 and of this amount Wolgatt hud
a guarantee of $15,000. Ritchie re
ceived ?633! and the promoters got
the balance, i Although this amounts
to more thaut&OOO it is believed that,
alter all the- expenses or staging the
scrap, there will be little left on the
right side of the ledger.
Proposition to Reduce Size
of Homestead to Forty
Acres Would Be Injury to
Many Old Settlers.
TO PREVENT HARM
OF PARCELS POST
Few Answers Received From
Questions Sent Out by
the Local Postmaster
; DRIVES OFF A TERROR.
The chief exectitlontr of death in
hc letntpr and snrinc months is pneu
monia. Its advance agents are colds
and grip. In any attack by one of
thes-3 maladies no time should be
lost in taking the best medicine ob
tainable to drive It off. Countless
thousands have found this to be Dr.
King's New Discovery. "My husband
believes It has kept him from having
pneumonia three or four times,
writes Mrs. George W. Place, Raw-
onville Vt., "and for coughs, colds
and croup e have never found its
equal " Guaranteed for all bronchial
affections. Price 50 cts. and 1.00.
Trial bottle free at all druggists
DANCE AT DON LUIS
Dec 6 Bus3 will meet the 8 o'clock
car 'at South BIsbce stop Advertise
Pobtmaster M. E. Cassidy has re
ceived aboat ten replies from a total
of eighty-n'.ne requests, sent out by
him, asking merchants and business
men to what extent they estimated
tho new parcels post would be used.
Soon after the parcels iiost law was
passed the post office department at
Washington asked all postmasters to
make an estimate ot the extent to
which the parcels pest would be used.
so that the department could make
preraratlon for the prompt and effi
cient handling of the parcels. To gel
an Idea of the extent to which the par
cels pobt would be used In the Blsbee
section Postmaster Cassidy communi
cated" with the business men. The re
plies received so far do not give a
very good idea as to the extent to
which the post will be utilized in this
section, as many of those who have
answered have been unable to state
definately what will be the average
number of fourth class articles mailed
when the law goes into effect and to
answer other questions submitted by
PHOENIX, Dec 3 Strong pres
sure is to be brought to bear on the
secretary of the interior and othftr
government officials to have the
homestead unit in the Salt river re
servoir district remain at ldl acres.
It Is feared that the government will
reduce the unit to forty acres.
When the reservoir district was es
tablished In 1902 there was some land
l)ing fifteen and twenty miles awav
There are now more than 300 race
horses at the Juarez track. The open
ing day. Thanksgiving, brought out a
largor crowd than has ever been in
attendance at the .Mexican track and
all indications are that the present
season will be the most succe&sful iu
the history of the track. ,
The dropping of Fogle from the Na
tional league and. In fact, his prac
tical expulsion from orc-inized babs
ball, has met with general approval in
the east Togle, both verbally and 'u
vriting, had made the charge that the
National league, In that the gama
just prior to the final pennant race
vyere "fixed"; Is run dishonestly. At
tiie recent meeting of the National
league chlels he was unable to sub
stanciate his charges and for 'his
reason, was dropped.
The .state foxing -commission of
Now York has recently granted two
more clubs the license to operate n
the city. To date there has been
practically no "kick" agiinst boxing
as'it is now conducted in the Empire
state. The game has been made
clean and it is doubtfu) whether on3
tuip fvnt nf tho mnnv flights holfl m
favt... Dlt.Antv ,1..., t....t .in, I...... Air.. I , .
wuu tuueuu. uii .mu mi "" "-" the state during the year are in an
on. A number of persons tiled on the , way tam,)ered witb..
idiiu miu iuv utiucioiaiiuuifc, viiut uin-
SAGE TEA WILL
' DARKEN JE HAIR
Restore Faded and Gray Hair
to Natural Color Dan
druff Quickly Removed
There Is nothing- new about the Idea
of using Sage for restoring the color
of the hair. Our grandmothers kept
their hair dark, glossy and abundant
bj the use ot a simple -Sage Tea."
Whenever their hair fell out or look
on a dull, faded or streaked appear
ance!, they made a brew ot Sage
leaves, and applied it to their hair
with wonderfully beneficial effect.
Nowadays we don't have to res4rt
to the old-time tiresome methods ot
gathering the herbs and making the
tea. This is done by skillful chemists
Letter than we could do it ourselves,
and ail we have to do is to call for the
ready-made product, Wjeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy, containing
Sage In the proper strength, with the
addition of Sulphur, another old-time
This preparation gives youthful col
or and beauty to the hair, and is one
of the best remedies jou can use foi
dandruff, dry, feverisli. itching scalp,
ana falling hair. Get a fifty cent bot
tle from your druggist today( and you
will be surprised at the quick results.
All druggists sell it, under guarantee
that the money will be relunded if the
remedy is not exactly as represented
The Home of Feature Photo-Plays
We show all the big ones.
Doors open at 6:30.
Concert by Orchestra 6:45
Picture Performance at
Mats. Sun., Tues.? Fri.,.Sat
PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME
PROGRAM FOR TUE. WEP.THU,
by Royal Orchestra.
"WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD
IS ALSO." (Sellg) From Tolstoi's
wonderful story of Russian peas
ant life. ''
"THE MISSING LOCKET,"
(Eclipse) A good lesson for tho
BY NORA EMMETT
"JUST MAINE FOLKS" (Lubln) A
beautiful rurjl drama.
".ALKALI IKE STUNG" (Essanay)
A rapid-fire, western comedy riot
3r adr & w Jb
of quality, it possesses that
golden color and rich Java fla
vor not found in other brands
AH tans sealed air tight,
whole grains ground to your
J. B. ANGIUS
Stone in Bladder Removed
Without An Operation
tr.atoly the homestead unit In the dU
trict might be reduced to forty acres.
Nothing definite was decided
Recently there has been a move to
have the unit reduced to forty acrbs
before the project is turned over to
the farmers. This has greatly alarmed
a number of the homesteaders, who
declare that they cannot make a liv
ing on forty acres.
"Most of the homesteads that are
in danger of being reduced are fifteen
miles or more away from Phoenix,
said President John Orme of the
Water Users' association today. "They
are not adapted to Intensive cultiva
tion, owing to their location, but are
grain and alfalfa propositions. It i3
not possible for a farmer to make a
good living from forty acres of gram
Among those who will be affected
if the homestead unit is reduced are
Sam Webb. Bert Wlsgar and U Si
Hoghe. They have all their land un
der cultivation, but if they are forced
to sell off three-fourth of it their
remaking holdings will be ot little
value, it is claimed.
While Secretary of the Interior Fish
er was in the valley a few weeks ago
the officers of the Water Users' asso
ciation took the matter up with him.
He seemed Impressed and asked tha:
George V. Christy, legal adviser of
the association, nrenare a hrlef. ran-
itain Christy prepared the brief, which'
has been sent on to Washington by
Senator Mark Smith. Senator Smith
JHenalor Asburst and Congressman
larl Hayden nave all agreed to do
what they can to have the homesteat
unit remain at 1C0 acres.
One of the gamest and most useless
fights that has been staged in a lon
time was the CrosinNelson fight oa
Thanksgiving Day. Nelson did not
then and never can '"come back," but
his nerve and aggressiveness against
a much jounger man brought him
round after round of cheers. But the,
Uattllng Dane has long since had his
day and the sooner he permanently
retires from the ring the better.
Teddy Tetzlaff. champion road au
to driver, will race Barney Oldtield,
champion track driver of the worlO,
on the afternoons of Dec. 14 and IS
for the auto driving championship of
the world. The event will be staged
at Los Angeles. Both drivers are the
kings In their respective divisions
and this, together with tho wonder
ful daring of the tno speeders, has
centered keen Interest In the event.
Both Luther McCarty and Jim
Flvnn, who will mingle at Los Ange
les on Dec. 10, are now in full train
ing. Flynn, as usual, is having a
hard time getting sparring partners.
About a week In his camp puts the
toughest in the hospital.
SALT BIB VALLEY
Packing Season in Full
Swing and Forty Cars
Have Gone East
See the "Baby Doll Chorus":
Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Overture by orchestra at 7:45 p. m.
Curtain raises S:15 p. m.
Admission lower floor 35c and 50c.
Balcony 25c and 35c Gallery 15c :
Program Changes Every
Wednesday and Sunday NighU
In the Spring of 1904. I was con&neJ
I to my bed with kidney trouble and
I throught -that I would never recover.
I took a lot of medicine but did not
i realize any benefit from anything. I
finally saw Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot
advertisement and sent for a sample
bottle and thought the sample bottle
helped me, .so I bought more vt the
medicine from my Druggist, and after
v&$4 a few bottles discharged a very
large s.tone from my bladder.
After passing this stone my health
wag very much improved and I have
been able to continue my business
without any serious sickness.
J. L. KNOWLES.
Personally appeared before me thi3
Sth day of September. 1909, J. Loftus
Knowies who subscribed the above
statement nnd made oath that the
same is true in substance and in fact.
J. H. WHIDDON.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Bingham
ton. N. Y.f for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You vtl also receive
a booklet of valuable Information, tell
ing all about the kidneys and bladder.
Whpn writinsr. lie sure and mention
The Blsbee Daily Review, Regular
nfiy-cent and oncHlolIar size bottles
for sale at alt drugstores. Advertise
ment f2 .
Beyond Power to Overcome.
The telX-consciotm.ese Just cozet
out of a young drimmer on his first
"What 6vldencs have youf the
magistrate wked a woman, 'i havp
brought my blacl; eye." she replied
GRAYSON GOES 10
TUCSON AS AGENT;
Glad to Get Better Position
But Regrets Leaving
PllOKNIX. Dec. 3. Forty carloads
of oranges have been shipped out of
the Salt River valley this fall. The
shipping season is now In full sway
and prices are excellent.
Twenty-beven of the cars have been
shipped by the Arizona. Orange asso-
elation, the other by Weldon Irvm .
and the Walter Hill companv. Iaat j
Sa,eurda night the packing house of j
the association was open till midnight j
receiving fruit Two carloads went
out yesterday and three todaj (
Three carloads of fruit got into Chi- j
cago in time for the Thanksgiving i
market. This Is something that the !
valley growers were never before able
to do. The fruit sold at private sal;
for $4.50 and S5 a box. The growers
realized about SI a box f. o. b. Pho;
nlx. This Is considered a very good
No fruit has yet been sold on the
N.ew York auction market, which is
generally accepted as a chorion of
prices. One car was shipped to New
York to be sold at auction, but it
seems to have been delated In tran
sit. The growers are all feeling very
good over the outlook. While their
crop is not a large one this year, it is
j being marketed earlier than ever b4-
iore. rony cars oy me second 01
December is considered an excellent
record. The rool nights aro ritfpntm?
'the fruit fast and most of the orangew
will be shipped by December 13.
JACOB SCHM.D, Prop
21 Reels of Pictures a Wee.
Program changes every day
An hour of high class en'erimnment awaits ou at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM,
Admission 5c and 10c
Victim of Snsket He "Hunted.
After destroying upwards of 2 000
vipers in the course of his career as
a snake hunter, M. Henry Saussereau
died recently. In Paris, from the blW
of a snake-. Hs was hunting snakes
in the woods near Boulolre (Sarthe),
when a viper bit him in the band, and
arm, and he died in terrible egony
twelve hours later.
FOILS A FOUL PLOT.
When, a shameful plot exists be
tween. Uyer and. .bowels to cause dis
tress by. refusing to act, take Dr.
Kins New Life Ellis, and end such
sbnse qt your system. 'They gently
compcKrigUt. action, of .stomach, liver
and.hoelsaiid restore, your health
pnd al.good'feeling 35cat all droff-clbtg.-T.VriferUbetnent.
"I am glad to get the better posi
tion, but I will be sorry to leave my
many friends In Bisbee," said J. H.
Grayson, passenger' agent of the
Southwestern in this city, yesterday.
Sir. Grayson has been appointed city
passenger agent ot the Southwestern
at Tucson. He has not yet received
notification of the date on which he
Is to assume his new duties, but ex
pects that it will be around the first
of tho year.
Mr. Grayson has been the South
western agent in this city for four
years He came here from El Paso.
where he was assistant passenger
agent of the G. H. & 8. A He has
been in the rallroid business for yews
and his appointment to the Tucson
offlve is in recognition of hU long and
efficient service with tec Southwest
ern No sueeescors hag-yet been ap
polnte'dto filhtbe position fct'CisbeeT
made vacant Ly the promotion of Mr.
A New Back 'or an Old One. How
It Can Be Done in Bisbee.
tvyi- uv nuu uotru tucjii a unci.
In,a 'short tlme I- wpsfcurpd." I
'notliad'anyhrouble since. I'"giv'es
If you are troubled with chronic
onstlpatlon, the mild and gentle ef
fect of Chamberlain' Tablets make
them especially suited' to jour cabe.
Kor Bale-by alldealerf. Advertise'
The back aches at tirac: with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless: piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kid
neys, and again the loins are so lame
that to stoop is agony. No use to rub
or apply a plaster to the back If the
kidneys are weak. Yod cannot reach
the cause. Bisbee residents would do
well to profit by the following ex
J. O. Kelly, 323 S. El Paso St. El
Paso, Texas, sayE: "Four or five years
ago 1 ued several boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills and tbey did me a great
deal of good. I bad sharp shooting
liains across the small of my back and
in my awes, seeing Doans Kidney
Pills highly praised by people I knew.
got a box and used them as directed.
pleasure to recommed Doan's Kldne
Pills as they do all they are advertised
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
cents Foater-Mllburn Co Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
THE INAUGURATION OF
THROUGH TRAIN AND PULLMAN SERVICE
EL PASO AND TUCSON
On The Following Schedule:
Lv. El Paso 7:30 p. m. Lv. Tucson 6:20 p. m.
Lv. Douglas 6:40 a. m Lv. Bisbee 9:15 p. m,
Lv. Bisbee 6:50 a. m. Lv. Douglas 11:00 p. m.
Ar. TucsVm 11:00 a. m. Ar. El Paso 7:00 a. m.
Train will cons.st of baggage, mail and coaches and Standard
Electric Lighted Pullman, between El Paso and Tucson; Cafe-Parlor
Obs-ervnt.on ear be(v-een Douglas and Tucson.
EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent.
Another Car Load of
Studebaker Delivery Wagons
Of Various Designs
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowfell Ariz.
THE ANTLFRS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221
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