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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, AltlZQf. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER, 8, 1912.
INQUEST OP ADVENTURE GOES TO PERU
' TO SLAY THE DEADLY FEVER MOUl'U
In The Churche$
III .Hill I I 0
THE METHODIST CHURCH
a. i.T.i -
health service- at
Ore of the principal street of Iqulto
and Or. George Marquli Conwee.
In search of adventure. lr. (Jeorce
Marquis Converse, a rich young
physician of tho Pacific coast, has
gone to Peru to spend that country's
W.000,009 appropriation for tho sani
tation of Iqultos. the new metropolis
of theupper-Axnazon rubber district
surgeons in the .public
that his chances for coming out alh e
at the tend of his two-year mission
ore about even. Iqultos is notorious
as thet deadliest tropical pesthole oa.
earth. . .
Dr. "Converse's Job will be to slay
"thetllpIirver mosquito and its
cousin--themaiarla carrying gnat,
the Siousefly' that, distributes the ve
nom '-of Asiatic cholera and typhoid,
and the rats-and ground animals that
communicate bubonic plague to men-
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Morning Church service 11:00. ilr.
Magnus Mainland who was our dele
gate to the State Sunday School con
mention recently held at Tucson, will
give an address on the convention.
Kp worth league C.30.
Etenlng church sen ice 7:30. Ser
mon by the pastor, and special music
by the choir.
The Kirst Quarterly Conference of.
the year will be held In the Churcn
parlor Wed. 7.00 p. m. V
At eight o'clock the church will
give a public reception, tp Dr. A, W.
Adklnson the newly -appointed su
perintendent of the, Methodist Epls-
-vijmi cuurcn iu riiona and to the
new .members received since confer
ence. Oct. 1. 1812. The reception will
b glen at The Young Women's Chris
tian association building.
The Kpworth League llible Study
class will ,ineet at the home of Mr.
Leslie X. Gooding Tuesday at 8:00
p. ra. Anj one desiring to study the
bible Is welcome.
The Sunday School of this church
will unite with the other Sunday
schools, of the city In making gifts
for their lcss fortunate' neighbors on
Christmas, this will be ' also in co
operation with the board of charity.
Anyone, who will do so Is requested
to bring their offering to the church.
Bring offerings the Sunday before
Mrs. Geo. Perry will have charge
of the box when the things are
E. G. DECKER,
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Two .Horse Brand
A N e w P
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
MFRS., SAN FRANCISCO
If They Rip
BISBEE PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWS
IN BISBEE LODGE WORLD
Synopsis Of The Week's News Of The
Orders And Societies Of The City
," Eagles Elect Officers.
At tno"nto1Unot the local Aerie of
Kaglesjheldria5t,.e;k the regular
election of officers ias held which
resnltetf'llrmhe5rtection of J K. -Mc
Donald, Past President, O. S. Trench
K. of P. Hold Election.
At the regular meeting, of Uatbbone
I-ocIro No. 10 held on Tuesday, the
rank of Knight was conferred on one
candidate, the long form degree
work beine Riven. After tho regular
, . t ... - . . uruer 01 ou&ine&s was umm.-ctu ij
rres'.uentrJoliiKMctluuiaa. Vice Pres-folIoftlng offlcerb ere elected to
ident; K. Dalby. Inside Guard and J t,ere for the ensuing term: W Caley.
P. Grlcn. Outside Guard At the tirsr c. C ; X. A. Patterson. V C ; J Car
meeting next month installation cer- mJBh, I'rel.- J. Cain, M at Arms. Kd.
e-monlps will be hcU ami there wilT-l-i.Ktiip-M. W.; J. C Krigbaum. K. Of
a session that is typical of the patriot- n. and S.; Jas. Mllson. M. of K.; E.
ic order ofEagI.es. j MMaUuswj, M. of E.; Geo. Pool. I. G.;
!J. Quill. O. G.; W. J. Hullen. Tntstee.
Elks Pay Debts. j. H? Yerfuth. W. Hullen and W. C.
-I mote'-that the sum of 18.000 be I "J 1US,D S ' Ja!
iitrnul .- t tho vn,. rin, .r,mr. Ed Mug. J. rarlej. D. Plafalr, as ai-
row by this lodge and be devoted to
the payment of the mortgage and the
interest thereon that covert, our
home." This motion -as hardly car
ried before another wra made and
carried that the sum of 110S0 be paid
teniates. E. B Mathews was recom
mended for deputy grand chancellor.
Pythian Sisters Meet.
The Pythian Sisters held a meeting
December 3 using the banquet hall
vy the lodge to tne ciub and uevoiea i WUere membership applications were
to the payment of all lack interest i acted on. This auxiliary of the
on Elk Club -stock outstanding to Jan i Knights is rapidly building up a good
nary next and this was followed b membership. Election of officers for
the eolvinc; -of -methods for the pay- ,1P ensuing year will be hteld at their
ment of the $'.!00 outstanding stock re,nar meeting. December 17.
of the Elkc Club which as assumed There are jet "several appointive of
by thejodgo when the present home i jjces which will probably be deslg
was built. An appropriation of S20O natej anj assigned to the chosen
for a smoker- Ht which the mortgage members before the installation ou
vlll be burned was made and an aux- December 27.
iilary committee imade to act with the I
entertainment committee. The Bazaar
committee turned over nearly $7,100
to the' lodge and there is still
Woodrren to Elect.
Election of otHcers will take place
oal'at the next meeting of Warren Camp
standing i"0 that ill be collected, i Nn a woodmen of the World at Pair
to pay the few M1U that have not yet ' jjajj Monday evening. Quite a number
come in abd leave a further balance
to 1h turned oier to the lodge. Then j j10I10r8 an,i au Interesting meeting
th committee will be Ulscnargea
Then there was a mot.on passed to
erect a bronze tablet at a toint on tne
building front, that has 1een left for
the purpose dedicating the building to
of cand.dates are out for the lodge
will be held.
Stars Will Hold Election.
Pearl Chapter No. C Order of the
Eastern Star meets In regular session
the lodge and has Itcen left vacant jat the -lasodc Temple at 7:30 next
until thn d!b!s Tvere paid. It was one wiiniilav nienln for the election
of the most important meetings everJor otnr,,. A members of the chap
held In tho history of Uifcliee Lodgo , ter are urcto be present.
Xn 7l aiidiJ-bsritv was not fofgot &
ten for In the nush ot piide over tne
success that has been attending them
the unfortunate .little oues were re
membered" and a special committee
was namedv to, vcare for the Christ
mas" celebration," of the poor children
Woodmen To Meet
The woodmen of the World will
hold a meetinc on llouday in the Fair
hall to elect officers for the coming
year At is requested that all mem
bers be present.
An Overflowing Cup.
or tllejcitBmi the district as was
none iai.jr-ir" . IL
m l.rnnnht "fo the kuembers of the'
lodge when six applicant? were; bai- J jj your cup s small All to the brim.
loted upon and electea ana api- it jt oe r
tlons receleil from ten new aspirants i the m0stof
for the antle,rs. The nJeetitig ,of
lYidav" night it one that marks an
epoch la EtWom in nisbcc
multum In iSarvo. Make
your opportunities of hon
est work aad pure pleasure. Henry
"BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER"
Without fiood red Wood a man h a Jk bt nd poor ncna. Thinnes of
the bfewi or antral. ownmojrhi ywis Jofla u veil Mold. Einedaairblt
the c5 with UKk who ork in i)l cr-tiUtai Uctone-or tho wbo tie fcat
op Indoor In winter time with a coal -ove bumln up the oiyccn or emlttlnB
carbonic f oxiie) gal. This blood, or tir od which ladca Die red blood corpuscles.
in anaemic peopte may hint been caused by lack of cood f in air brcaUKd Into
, lansi. t by poor diget'ion or chip la. Sometime rjeopie.Miner Interuc
O. f pm over the heart which b not hearl ea! at alt, bat cani by rodlleUipn.
"it Whalcvrr the cause. I here' Just one -tmeJy tiut you can torn to koowtaj
Jk tht It baj givca tatitfanHW lor ever 49 yean.
r DR. PIERCE'S
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
- MirwoMCTCnsTfcnairfTaiiTcniiiii "r J. i Li J. Ti !T
aOiaSTit thus ausisU the body to mtnucture rkh red btooJwbkh ierdhz
3 ! beart-rv biaJn nd orart ei the body. The ors$ wr! ttnontht Ji
covcrVTab!ct&. a wrll u itw Uauld to?n fmm ail mcaicinc ueaim.or xvvm
l in ti OT smc we. 4xm n rix v ,
machinery nmnins In oiL Yoa ted don. rtiCT and itrcrmoas inKead 01 rf ea.
weak and fatet. Nowaday yoa can obtain Dr. Pterct Colden Medical Ui-
by rofit, prepaid I
Wfc FtERCFS GREAT 1068 PAGE UUTSTRATED COMMOS SE5SE HBOfCAL
ADrMK'TVUt BE SE5T TREE, CLOIH SOfSD FOE il OSE-CEXT STA WS.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Opposite Central School.
Serlces this Lord's Day, Dec 8.
llible school 9: 45.
Preaching and Communion 10:45.
Prayer meeting Vednesday evening
Afternoon and evening at Jlggervllle
Bible school 2:30.
Preaching and communion 7:00.
A very cordial invitation extended
to all these meetings. Strangers are
C. W. MAXSON.
Sunday school at iM j a. m. Special
announcements will be made in re
gard to the Christmas service. He
ports will be received from the dele
gates to the State Sunday school con
vention. Young people's meeting at 630 i.
m. Topic- "Lessons of the Snow"
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
and at 7:30 p. m. Themes of ser
mons: "Xot living to oncsself," unJ
"The danger of drifting."
Sunday school workers meeting
Wednesday at 7:00 p. m.
Ulble class, with a study ot "'ialm
35. Wednesday at 7. -15 p. m.
Warren District Sunday school
meeting in the Methodist church Wed
nesday. December 18. Reports from
J he State Sunday School convention.
recently nem in msiu. win uc a
cclved. In jour planning for Christmas we
offer jou. through our Sunday school
.especially, an opportunity to make
some of liihbee s needy ones nappy
by a gift of food, clothing, or money.
Song service Sunday evening. De
JOHN" E. FRY.
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Ulble school at 9:J5.
Pleaching by the pastor at 11:00:
text. "Our citizenship is In heaven,
Phil. 3:20. II- V.
Young People's Union at C:30. Top
ic: "God's Hesources." leader. Hen
Preaching by the pastor at 7:30.
Subject: "God Calls to 'Men."
Bible study and prayer service
Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Choir practice Friday -evening ?t
7:30. You and your friends arc cor
dially Invited to "worship with us.
Strangers are spclally welcome.
JOHN W.' Kl'PERLY,
The Christian Science Society holds
its services cvej-y Sunday morning
at 11:00 'o'clock In Medigovich HalL
All are welcome. The subject for
Dec. S Is "God the Onlr-j Cause, and
English Iitheran services will he
held at the Lutheran church at Low.
ell at 3 p'clock. In the afternoon. Sub
ject of sermon: "What is Implied In
being ponverted and l4comlng as
little children. Matthew IS, W.
Sunday" school at I o'clock. May
the children who want to take part
In onr Christmas exercises be sure to
attend now. We welcome all chil
dren. Utb!e class and choir practice on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
We heartily Invite you to attend
the services and to Join the bible
CAUL E. GVEXTHER,
OpiKwite the laundry. Tombstone
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Preaching at 3.15 p. m.
Itelipio at 0:3". p.m.
Preaching at :U0 P- m.
All are welcome
Early to January, the senior ,c'ass
of the High school will reproduco "A
Midsummer N'lghta? Dream" which
was given by the class last May. The
rehearsals will begin shortly und'r
the direction of Mr. .Snider who ex
pects to give a finished performance
of the Shakesperlan fairy play A
special orchestra will furnish the a
companiment of the famous Mendel
sohn music without which, a perform
ance of the piny Is never complete
The proceeds of the play wll' be
used towards paying tho expenses 'u-
enrred by the football team In Tuc
The boys and girls basket ba!l
teams are working diligently for the
games with the Douglas and Tucton
schools. It is expected that a gamu
will also be arranged with one of
the teams in the preti. department of
Miss Studley; who was uuable to at
tend to her duties in ihe earlier part
of the week, on account ot illness, is
now able to resume them once more.
A meeting of the football hoys wis
held In the auditorium Mondav open
ing when John McCulIough was elect
ed captain of the team for the ssason
The National Education association
is Investigating tiie cost of llvlnij
among the teachers of the United
States and the following (mention?
have been asked of the teachers la
this section. The answers are being
tabulated and a report will be sent to
the Education board.' Hoard or cot
of food? Care of clothing? ChaHtv?
Rent or room or house? laundry.
pressing? Furniture and utensils"
Mortgage payments, principal. In
terest, fuel, lighting, clothing, for rclf.
for wife, for children and other d
Heiairs etc.. taxes, insurance, pro
perty, life, dues of .teachers, clc s.
educational association and relig:oa
ISooka magazines, 'papers, persopol
stationery and postage, amus-mcrit.
recreations and Vacations. Car of
health and expenses of 'sickness or
death, street can-Jar and other sun
dries. Saving of .year.
Lola Taylor, of Hot Springs. Ar
kansas, entered the high school thia
week, as a sophomore.
Shortly before the Christmas re
cess, the Glee club will present the
story of the birth of Christ in tableau
form, accompanied by the singing of
carols. Many of the old English. Ger
man and Latin carols will be sung.
FKOCK OF XAVY
Labor Poorly Paid.
Talermo, Italy, produces quantities
of outfits for brides, principally in
muslin. The girls who do the work
iet from 12 to 25 cents and the
skilled workers from 30 to 69 cents a
A capstan is built Into a new block
and tackle with which one man can
handle loads of ono thousand pounds
and two men, loads of four thousand
The general Impression that tht
Eafillahman'a life Is rather prosy it
supported by the statement of a Lore
doner who vfsited atfclay Center Hi
said he never bad tasted fried chick
an or strawberry shortcake, the twe
being unknown to the culinary art lr
bis country. Kansas City Star.
"Ealt" Was Good. t
'low did you come to buy .-thai
worthless mining struck?" "WelViyou
nee, 1 thought it1 was all'rlgBUjfThe
man who'sold it to dte bad mahogany
furniture In his ofnc. tall brass cus
pidors and a swell rug on his floor."
Detroit Free Press, i
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Here is a long-sleeved frock of navy
blue charmeuse with trimmings of
shadow lace and a chemisette of
cream-colored satin. The model has
a full length closing line to one side
an effect repeated In back. The
model requires, in medium size. 41-2
yards of 40-lnch material: 21-4 yards
o; 4-inch lace; 1-2 yard of 24-lnch vel
vet for girdle; 1-3 yard ot 24-lnch
We wish to coll your attention to
the fact that most infectious dis
eases, such as whroping cough, diph
theria and scarlet fever are con
tracted when the child has a cold.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will
quickly cure a cold and greatly lessen
the danger of contracting these dis
eases This remedy is famous for Its
cures of colds. It contains no opium
or other narcotic and may be given
to a child with implicit confidence
Sold by all dealers Advertisement.
A fluid secreted bj certa.n lish
caught in Portugal is used b licher
men of that cojntrv to make thc.r
bait luminous, thereby attracting oth
er fith at night
OLD TIME REMEDY
DARKENS IKE HI
, Wear Special Syegtaite
Small eyeglasses. Aging cloeland
wits nesn-cpioren r.o?o pieces'0
made foMectors neeir.K uieinmoui
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who. in deference to the parts
play, do jgf wish tp wear the.trjBal
The HemaJnlriB Good,
If yon lose heart about your work,
remember that none of It is lost, that
the cd sf -very good dead reraalnt
and breeds and wors on forever, amj
that alt that falls and is lost Is the out
side shell of the thing, which, per
haps, might have been bettrr done;
but btter or worse h nothing to do
with th reil spiritual good which you
bar done to men' hearts, -C. Kiaji-
ST. JOHfJS EPISCOPAlI'CHURCH
Sunday School atrV:j a. m.
Morning -service" 11:09 a. m,'
Wednesday "choif practice 7:'!0 p.
m I i-a. ' , ,j
Some wciks he 'saves and depasi LESS than others
BUgALWAYS SAVES ometpihg and always has
-ioney at his command.
Why not follow this plan of saving steadily? A
savings Account with this bank will help you,
A. Interest will be added to your savings.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
C. A.. McDonald, Cashier.
W.s.Wotf, Assistant Cashier.
Ther Certificate of Deposit Plan
aWhen you flndiybursclf in possession of
lump .sums of xnoney that you have no im
mediate use?fqr?" eyen if it is a small amount
we suggest thaNU-ciepositwithnisonacer-tifieate
of deposit .' v, J
We invite yo'urVegular savings J .'
..and general'B3nkrng Business.
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4 on Savings
The Bank of Bisbee
Bisbee, Arizona. The oliles t and largest hank in south
ern Arizona. T
L. JiM VSFTfTfl
n soliciting "your business it does not
necessarily mean that all we want is your
money, but; it. also means that we will be
pleased to lend you money, on the proper security,
of course. But the man tfiat hasra bank account is
entitled to more-' credit- than one who doesn't carry a
bank account. A good bank can help the ordinary
man in many ways. May we help you?
4 per cent on time deposits.
Miners and Merchants Bank
The. Conservative Bank
Gives Color, Lustre to Faded
and Gray Hair-Dandruff
Quickly Removed .
Tor scneratlous Sage and Sulphur
have beeq used for hair and calp
troubles. Almost eerou knows the
value of such a combination for 3vCep-
ipp the hair a gdbd ec'cfi cotor",' fori
curing ttandruff.4ft6hinir frcalrr and'
falling hair, and for irrdhiotrnj the
Rronth tir" thtf-rtalr. Wara ago the
only WHy to get a Hair Tonic of h.s
kind was to make it In tho home,
which- was troublesome-' arid .not al
ways satisfaclorv.XJwad:ts. almost
any uo-ta-dute drusriatcaa-sumly hU
lajrona. w.h ready-to-ue Jrpd.uct.
skiilfullyjipreiiared in perfectly equip
An Ideal preparat.on of till store
! Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Iteraedy in which Sage and Sulphnr
arc combined with other valuable rem
edlea for scalp troubles and thin, weak
hair that Is losing Its color or coming
out. Alter tislng this remed for ft
Tew days, you will notice the color
graduall coming back, your scalp will
feel better, the dan dm It will soon bo
gone, and In tes than a month's time j'i
lucre vyiu be a wanqcrtui uitiorenpgi
in yourjjair, , -3 j-,4-
'lon:,t incsIecttyQUrhaln'if'lt lll
of dandruff,' losing. iu -eolSr br coil
ing out. Get a liftJi'cent bottle pf
Wyeth's Sage and. Sulphur from your
druggist, aud see what a few dais'
treatment will do for J on. All drijff
t;tst6 tel It. uucler gtiarsutee that
fhq". money .lli; be "roffinded if tie
remtdy Ik not exactly as'"r6jreenled.
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
. . . ... 1 ic . '
Copper -Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
. pOUQLAS, ARIZ,
and Traiisfer Work of all
kinjds? "Prompt service and
pricestfeasonable . .
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET . ".OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221