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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912
LOCAL Y TEAM LOSES ;
GAME WITH DOUGLAS
First of Series of Basket Bali
Matches Goes to the
Smelter City Team
lty a MWre of K to 24 the Douglas
Y. M. C. A. defeatod the loeal Y. M.
C. A. in the first minfe of a series
et three basket bait ganjes. The
wm was played at tbe DottgtaB Y. M.
C. A. oa Saturday ulgkt and was hard
The lel boys made the trip to
Douglas In two automobiles, tearing
liere early Saturday evening. The
fame ws oaljed at S:38 o'clock. A
jbrep -auutoMce was In attendance. At
ibe imil of the tint half tbe score
stood 15 to 11, In favor of lllshae. It
was In the second half that tM
Douglas team took a brace and. with
feme fast ptayiBg. ran the score up
to 3C to 24. the score at the end of
tbe game. Uich of tbe teams made
eten 8eW goals while the Blsbee
V's made ten points ou fouls and the
Douglas team made twenty -two.
The next gaue of the series will
1w played at the local Y. Jl. C. A. on
Ja. 13. The last KRme -n 111 I u
teed later in the tutue month, a
tees deciding at which city the game
Otto Kroeger tje Kl Pa ' i ontract
or, was in Histj.- tur tbi pur .one of
closing up ihr s nir.u-t vu . h he bid
lor tbe constn t.oL oi ,t'.e ew
Phelps Dodge sloie al i-. eil.
Purchasing ag-w F 1.. il .nier, of
tie El Paso and South tstera, was
1& U cky yesterday, coming from UB
hwdqaartTi at El Paso, t
Mir. U. A. SoSoa or TUCMKi. 1b a
tatslnoao vlskor ta Ote city.
, Cfcss. HcKean. was a visitor in
Warn yesterday. Mr McKam was
"Sit oho time a resident of tbe district
aad Is well known here.
t Captain Sherrard Coleman, quarter
master oi the Fourth cavalry, station
ed at rbrt Hnaehuea, spent Sunday
.Tnlm T .VHT1 r PI l-. .
Sunday afternoon ia the city. !
Mrs. Jakob Schmid is reported to
And Let Us Fit Him With a New Suit For
Christmas At a Saving of $200 to $300
With the Ho'idavs so close at hand, when every mother will want her boy dressed
to look his best, the following offerings are of special interest to those who want
styles and quality at the lowest prices at which those essentials can be procured.
The clothes included in this offer embrace those sterling qualities - and are of
fered at savings that mean real economy - for the buying of stylish, worthful cloth
ing at a THIRD to a HAL F off regular prices typifies none other than true econ
omy. The assortment is much larger than we wish it at this season of the year, and
so the prices are cut to help find new owners for such good clothes. Bring the boy
in today and let us fit him out with a new suit for Christmas at a saving of $2.00
' s"ij ;
. i$3fc&. V "
Prices Reduced on Boys'
Boys' heavy gray cotton Unionsuits, jersey ribbed
fleece Heed, yut fight tr present wtar. sues for
boy from C to 14 years, f "c alars for Zuc
Man Who Was Hurried to
Hospital Succumbs to
The body of J. II. Dixon, who died
at the Copjvr Queen hospital Satur
day night, was shipped to (llobe yes
terday afternoon. Tbe body was
shipped wider tbe auspices of the
KIKa. a largo delegation from the
I lodge accompanying the coffin front
I the Palace Undertaking company par
lors to the station.
Dixon came to this city on Frldsy
! morning. He was in a delirious con-
union and. late In tbe day it being
learned that ho was an Elk In good
standing, that order had him taken
to the Copper Queen hospital. There
it was found that he was suffering
from an advanced case of pneumonia,
from which lie died at 9 o'clock on
Saturday night. Tho Elks immediate
ly took steps to locate relatlte3 of
jthe dead man and found that he bad
'a wife and daughter living In Globe.
The body was shipped to them. It
is said that Dixon was at one time
manager pr suierintendent of the
Old Dominion Copifer company ul
be 111 of pneumonia which she con
tracted seeral days ago. At the
present time she Is doing better hav
ing passed the crisis yesterday after
noon. C. T. Moore, of the Ilisbee Xaco Wa
ter company, Is confined to his home
in Tombstone Canyon by Illness.
Mrs Pter Jenson. of Benson, Is In
the city on a shopping trip.
Are Julta Roberts, of Cripple Creek,
Colo . visHiag triends in Lowell for
a short time.
1a II. White returned to Lowell yes
terday alter an extended lslt to Mc
Neal. Mrs. It A. McN'elly and little daugh
ter, of Warren. left for Tucson yester
day to be gone until after the holi
days. After the Battle.
The Comedian ''From th sounds
In your dressing room I judge that
yon girls had a hair-pulling time."
" "OUR" ouc
rho Rough Soubrette "Not me. f
?oked h6r ,n th" ey' u wouldn't
Surt none 'o pull the hair she wears.'
New York Globe.
Your Boy Here Today
Boys' Knee Trouser
Sizes Form 7 to 18
Regular $6.00, $6.50 and
$7.00 Values Special at
"'- t if. " and 7 "" Suits for $' 7". t'laf d-e !-woinin- anil mosf
er 'calib Ma1P from all-wool iabrc in noiby sra and tan mix
dtps pattern that wont snow the dirt and dust rarefutly sewed and
Suis that a healthy bov can ,iut on knowing thar when he rompy
and i.as bs clothes won't rtp and tear or shrink We .how a splon
did .-ssonmont of ttegp suits in all slzts for bos Ironi 7 to is ears
On sale ibis week at $1 7...
Boys' Two Trouser Suits
Sizes From 8 to 16 years
Regular $4.50, $5.00 and
wns i u .. ut) ana J...50 suits tor ?:ij ana most or tnem uae
mo palm of knickerbocker trousers. Coats are single or double breast
l styles. Fabrics selected for the r durability as well as their su
perior colors and patterns. The best anywhere at anything like tho
regular prices. Better linings, hotter fewlng. better styles, fit, finisn
and general appearance Sizes for boys from S to IS years. On sale
tins week at $3 43.
25c Shirts and
Physical Director of Y M C A
Decides on Route for
Physical Director AVndsworth,. of
the Y. M. C. A., mide a trip oer the
Marathon course on Saturday and laid
out, a course exactly three miles long.
Tbe race is to be held Christmas
The start wilt be at the gron post
landmark, located one-tenth of a mile
from the road at the top of the divide
on Tombstone canon road. The
first mile will be at tho turn near
the white bouse and the aecond mile
will be at the tin house. The third
mile will be at the general offltps of
the Copper Queen mine, on Main
The 'coiumltjee In charge of the
Christmas Y. M. C. A. siwrt day is
already making arrangements to bor
row automobiles to take the runners
to the starting point on the divide.
The application blanks for the raoe
can be secured at the Y. M. C A
and at Wallace's Cigar stand, on iMaln
street. All entries should be made
as soon as possible so that tbe com
mittee can know how many machines
will be needed. The entry list will
close at 9 a m. on Dec. 23.
Provide for Care of Dumb Animals.
A new club appealing to lovers of
dumb animals is in tbe course of for
mation in London, under the patron
age of many well-known people. A
novel departure will be the dogs'
cloakroom, coaelrting of prmUcs.
with attendants, which will be utilized
for the purpose of taking charge of
members' dogs when vlfltlng the club
Boarding the animals at the club will
be one of the features, and there will
be a catering tcctlon where dogs can
have their meals.
reserving Gjano Depoilts.
-r centuries ago the Incas of
i. wlso in their generation, pro-
d and conserved the guano de-
xi'.s of their empire. Since then
l.OO'i.OOO tons of guano have beca
emoved and some o! the deposits
lave been completely exhausted
Now Peru Is Imitating the wisdom of
:ht Incas. and has adoytfM no .es
o conserve and prpetuaV tht tjp-
ly of this Inraluablo fer(..lrln ma-
ft A '
Boys' Cotton Shirts and Drawers, heavy weight, det
ty ribbed fleece linei. sizes for boys from S to
fi years worth regularly 2Jc a garment, stile
price 2oa i
ALL CHILDREN WILL
have ray XHMSS
Elks Will BeHsts at En
tertainment. Day Before
Children or the city will be the
guests of the Elks at a Christmas en
tertainment to be glen the day be
tore Christmas. Preliminary arrange
ments were begun Sunday of&irnoon'
when the committee that has the af
fair in charge met at the Elks home
and organised for tbe work that falls
upon them. Yesterday afternoon that
work was well in hand aud it was evi
dent that the treat for the young!
iuik win ue somewnai more exiensno
than in past years. Invitations will
be extended to the children of all ot
the congregations or the city through
the ministers and further Invitations
will be extended through the schools
and other sources.
Tho committee which is arranging !
Tor the Christmas celebration is com-,
posed of Thomas lUair, chairman. A .
M. Smock, O. G. Rhodes, G. A. Graves.
M. A. Deaue, Percy V. "Wilson. Dough
erty, and J II Gray, secretary. At
the meeting sub committees wre ap
pointed, consisting of Messrs. Smock,
Wilson and Deane, on toys. Graves,
Rhodes and Dougherty, on candy aud
nuts, and Dlalr and Gray on arrange
npnts, entertainment, theater, print
ing and publicity.
There need be no child In the War
ren District left toyless this Christ
mas if he or she attends the Elks en
tertainment. There will be candy
and nuts fof all and for the poorer
children thero will be gifts. Usts
of these are now being compiled and
tickets will be distributed to them
by tbe teachers of the schools and
throuuh the charity bureau of the
-board of trade. These tickets will
entitle the child having ov.e to re
cehe a present but no' tickets are re
quired to admit oungsters to the
entertainment lleyond the fact that
there will be a picture show, a real
live Santa Claus and some other fea
tures of entertainment, probably in
the line of vaudcWlle tbe arrange
ments committee aro not et ready
to make any announcement. The
committee on tos will order what 1
needed this wnefc and the committee
on candy and nuts will also be ready
well ahead of the day that has been
set for the entertainment As there
will be no school that week the child
ren can attend on Tuesday as well as
thVy could jon WedtVsday and by
setting the date accordingly It will
not interfere with the usual Cnrlst
jnas maiiiiee at thq' house where it
will be held. This house will be an
nounced by the committee, within the
Cloxt few days.
BOTTLE OF BEER IS
Billiard Cue Is Wielded on
Skull of Man Who
While a number of people wi-ie
walking past a saloon in Lowell Sti i
day morning at 11 o'clock, they ban a
man stagger out with his face co
ereil by h's hands. Close on his heels
was Joe Somenlck, the manager oi
the saloon with a billiard cue raised
above his bead. liefore the startled
sjiectators could say a word. Somen
ick, it is said, raised the cue and
brutally felled Edward Swanson. t
the ground. Before bystanders touil
reach the assailant, be had again
struck the helpless man on the head
which sent the blood gashing from
a wound. Hut for the mtertence of
spectators, Somenlck would have fur
ther beaten his victim.
Yesterday morning; in the Justice'
court in Lowell. It developed that Ed
ward Swanson who had but recentlv
armed from Colorado in search of
work patronized the saloon nrmagel
by Somenlck where he spent all hi
morjey In a drunken stupor, Swan
son. it is alleged, reached over tbs
counter and grabbed, a bottle of beer
which he proceeded to open and drinK
Somenlck picked up another bottle
and struck Swanson over tbe bead
with it. Swanson then ran out -i
the door followed by the saloon l:ec
er When tho doctors were called to
treat Swanson it was at first thought
tnat he would not live but owing to
splendid vitality, ho will reover
N ne btltches were taken to sew the
wounds up and several more will be
Scirienlcfc'. case was taken under
advisement by Justice George Smith
who bound him over to the superior
court In the sum of $300.
Eat Albatross Eggs.
The natives c Haw ail are large con
sumers of albatross eggs, which are
secured principally from the Island ol
Iayson, the Hawaiian group These
eggs are so plentiful on this Island
that they are gathered in wheelbar
rows and carried to the shore in bexee
and loaded on a small industrial rail
Pastor "Is it not a wonderfu'
thought, my dear Mr. Jones, that even
the hairs of your head are number
ed?" Cynical Old Bachelor (with a
rueful glance In the mirror) ''Oh, 1
don't know. I could count 'em my
self. Judge. J
. Little GUUfattloit. . .
Ai Wmmy get "blanild little satis
'fiction from winning the endurance
jrUc Atchison Globe.
Evil of Insincerity.
Cf all tho evil spirts abroad at this
wnr la the -world, Insincerity Vi tho
nost danggrousFronde. '" ! ""
PRIEST'S ADVICE LED
TO HER RECOVERY
To say that a specific exists for the
cure of consumption is perhaps too
strong n statement, but In Eckman
Alteram e we have a medicine that
has been the means of Having many
a life to years of usefulness, and In
permanently benefiting o large num
ber of Consumptives.
Certainly a person afflicted with a
wasting disease should be web fed
with wholesome, nourishing food but
frequently raw eggs in uuantltlea
on use a digestive breakdown and then
no food nourishes. As for milk, a ery
good food for many, but a producer of
biliousness for some.
Any diet that keeps a Consumptive
well-nourUhed Is the right one, but
what's going to improvo the patients
Eckman's Alterative has brought
about full recovery In many cases of
Consumption. Let those speak who
know. Here Is one:
Rochester. N. Y.
"Gentlemen: On June 3 1907. I was
operated upon for Tubercujar perlton-
llia at St. Mary a Hospital, uocnester.
N Y. After the operation my physl.
clan gave me up as hopeless. 1 was
then urged by a prlefct to tal.o Eck
nian's Alterative, which I did. My
weight at the time was 72 lbs. I began
to Improve and steadily gained in
health itnd strength. I now weigh 125
pounds, aud am absolutely well. Bet
Uevlng 1 owe it to myself and othera,
I make this statement" .
(Signed Affidavit) EDKA FIN'ZER
Eckman's Alterative is effective In
Uronrh.tls. Asthma, Hay Fever,
Throat and Lung Troubles and In up
building the system. Does not contali.
l-oisons, opiates or habit forming
drugs. For sale by Lowell Drug Co,
In Iowell. and other leading druggists
,fc fnr booklet telling of recoveries.
and write to Ecknian Laboratory. Phil
alelphla, Pa., for additional evidence.
Various Forms of Hiccough.
Allied to the rare forms of nervous
hiccough thero Is also the emotional
hiccough, which arises in connection
with a moral shock, severe fright and
sudden emotion, tbe hiccough due to
Irritation and hysterical hiccough.
The latter is a particularly noisy
form, with a rough, coarse sound. It
Is sometimes a sort of yelping or
barking nol3e, persisting for some
minutes or even hours.
Hs3 Its Advantages.
"Nations are not fed. clothed and
housed by legislation." sayB a sapient
contemporary. Certainly not But it
sometimes pays well tc be a member
of a legislature, just the same Loula
Homes For Sale on
3 room house. Tomb
stone canyon, com
pletely " furnished,
2 room house, on large
lot, completely fur
nished, sewer connec
tions, terms, $450.00
6 room house, Quarry
Canyon, bath, elec
tricity, gas, closets,
screen porch, $500.00
cash, balance like
REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
i d&S&l Casts Indica-
. Correct Optical Service
Old tried and reliable
Your Watch Maker.
i uan u uonneu
High Grade Jeweler.
j L. L. Gilman &
1 Tll llnCUS 1"I3K
1 Engraved Free
ave your 'suit cleaned and
pressed at tbo
AT FI.VGKIL Mgr
Suits made to ardor 23 up
Good! enirjejl Wr-gd delivered.
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryai
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pains Web
ber & Co Boo.ton and Calumet.
Logan A. Bryan, Chicago and Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Coal Must be Getting Low
About this tlmo Isn't ItT Bet- fjWg l!ilPJf
id Jiavo ub pu. juu ju juur sup
ply right now. Then you'll have
that oti your mind any way.
Coal doesn't spoil and you have
got to get it sooner or later.
So why not order now and thus
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks, Juniper and Oak
wood, auy lengths, chicken feed
Blsbee Telephone 275
Lowell Tc?ephone 120
T 1 I..... 77. I
nm-A Xfott-i O
Ofaco Main S
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL j
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With h
offan and See
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEALER3 IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-125 EMIL MARK8, Manaoer.
P a 1 ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen &. Hubbard. Prosrletors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Blsbee 23 Lowell 7
Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - Lockie House
107 School Hill. Telephone 427
' EelisTsi la
'24 Hours i
l! bean the (miqy),
jwrm oj cwmw-vii
O 1- , r
oc reea company i
flnn talirA Qrfirtloc
and Fire Insurance
New House Right
Use bur cement for foundation
work and your home will stand
the test of time. We can fur
nish anything in the lumber
line from a shingle up, and re
member if It comes from this
yard you get the best
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO,
7 33 a m Lv Clifton ar. 4:03 p. ,
8.13 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 2:30 p. m.
9 00 a m. Lv Dun'-an Lv 2:30 p. m.
10 2- a m. Lv Lords'jUrsLvl:33p. m.
11 30 a. in. Ar Hachlta Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No 1, leaving Lordsburs 10:57 a. m,
South boind train connects with Kl
Paso & Southwestern east bound
tra.n for El Paso, tevlug Ilaehlla at
11 :59 a. m lounUiln Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Blsbee, leaving H.ichlta at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
It K. MINSON,
Clifton, Arl. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESST, Prop.
Phone IB. Op. Depot Ambul&nt