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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5. IMS
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COMMERCIAL CLUB
TO JHOLD ELECTION
Annual Meeting and Choice
or uirectors tor Year
,- Wednesday Evening
Notices will be mailed tomorrow by
Secretary ,Gfay ;of the Worreh. Dis
trict Commercial club t tbe members
announcing the annua! inciting and
election of directors (or the present
year. While the club has not been
iu existence for ayear, when by-laws
were adopted last,, March the second
Wednesday of January In each year
was made tb.e-.tlme for the holding
of tho annmiw Meeting and annual
election of dl sectors.
Speaking of the comity meeting
Secretary ttrayeouitetf to a Uevlew
representative that this meeting he
considered or the utmost Importance
"In "organiritionMofnhis .kind." raid
be, "the workjnaturally falls heavi
est on.a.fewJfI is Jhe directors whq,
must bedepepil-d tipon to bear tho
brunt of the labors Tbey are the
representatives 2f tbe other members:-
Were we to aftfinpt to transact all
of the busfness through the entire
membership there Mould be little ac
complished. What we have done has
LITERARY TREAT
FOR WOK GLOB
Mr. Putnam, of Y. M
. Delivers Lecture
Panama Canal
C. A.,
on
The Uisbee Woman's club and their
friends enjoyed a real literary treat
at tbelr club house last Friday after
noon when Mr. Putnam, secretary of
the V. 11. C. A., delivered a lecture on
the Panama canal.
Mr. Putnani was secretary of a V.
M. C A. for some time In the1 canal
JUDGE FRED SUTTER ;
IIISITORJN BISBEE
Came to Bisbee as a Boy
Worked in Mine, Studied
Law, Now on Bench
Judge Fred Suiter, accompanied by
(Mrs. Sutter, arrived In DUbee yes
terday from Tombstone. r the judge
having been Invited byribe. local Elks
to-be the principal speaker1 last nignt
at the final round-up of the "'Burn-the-Mortgage"
coinpalgn. successful-
zone so his lecture was from personal ' conducted recently Judge Sutter
. .. . . .t- 'Tinu nraMM ni'wi thu BittinHnr vi-i
observation and real experience. His
ilHgcrintlon were vivid mi extremely
interesting. The lecture was supple
mented by very One views which he
had taken wlill there.
Mrs. W. E. Hanklns. chairman o
the Current Events department ar
ranged the program of the day. The
hostesses for the afternoon . wore
Mrs.' Henry Pearce and Mrs W.
lloljorts.
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Dest Cough. Medicine fbr Children.
I am very glad Ic, say'n few words
in praise of Chamberlains Cough
T,ai... n-- to. Xlnt T.lrla Tlott'OV
Milwaukee. Wis. I have used it fori "More
years both for my cnuureu anu my-
been done;iuToUS3rtre board and tiiej "8,f an1 Jt never 'a,n V fellf,ve a!?
... . . . ' T? .!. n Minvh n nt Nrt f.im IC With
committees appointed1 by tbe boarJ
and its ofticers. Itcis therefore im
portant that. tbttfT.fcii.ber8 should at
tend the ann'taT-tiieetinR and annual
election at least and see that the rep
resentatives ihey desire shall l.r- on
the board.
"'I have had dl
thj? refcff wicW
cure a cough or cold. No family with
children" should be without it as it
gives absost( -immediate relief in
cases of croup." Chamberlain's Cough
ltemyly is pleasant and safe to take,
which is ol great importance when a
i t.. .. ...... ..nl "- luafc " uiuvhui ill
mcu.c.ne must u s. w """ Here he1 saved his, earnings until ho
llv In L-mii tin tniiureu. -w " "J
all" present downA,lvt'rtisp""'nt "
iow presides over the superior court
St Cochise county as a result of his
..election for that purpose at the first
state election. , . -.
i He has many frier Is in this city
who are always glad to bid him wel
come, but who have not seen much
of Mm since he assumed tbe 'bench,
as tbe court business in this county
II. j is sufficient to call tor continuous
operation or tne Judicial mill.
That Judge Sutter is providing an
efficient court in which there is uni
versal confidence Is the sentiment
pvhich has been created since he bo-
came judge. The lawyers who appear
his court -all have it good
word to speak for him -and litigants"
have not been beard to complain or
bring into question the honesty of his
decisions.
Fred Sutter, came, to the Warren
mining district -a merbiiby; he came
with the determination to grow up
with the.. west; his first employment
was that of a mucker in the mines.
4Li6.
to the fitagtt tfluetlred There was,'c, j,ut there! will be business to
bo mucn to4L)S i said that E wa
tempted to so into it at length but
hive resisted the, temptation and, ncsg
HIV rptnirt will KfcTa ii!mtnnrv. rMRnn. i
aljly brief under he circumstances
and will not tire the hearers at the
meeting. TJiat bt what 1 espclalb
desired to avoid
"It is possible that after the elec-
Uon we will arrange for a smoker.
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6'H'ed AW
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a smoker at thls
had sufficient to enable him, with
the aid of friends.to return to his
native state of Nebraska and there
take a course in a law school. He-
line would interfere with that busl-tur,n to U Isbee he at once hung
, .. rent bis shingle and entered the prac
tice of his chosen profession. He
It is understood that there will be
several changes in the
'made at ilie election and a numbe:
continued in the practice until his
uirmiumi" ,,,,, . ,k ,... .., ,..
J uiuuiiiuu v J u kuc wuvii n ao ,,h-
, ifled. though previous to that time he
of names have been heard mentioned had "been caed to pmic duty hy a
and have refrqenfehts
Ihe meetlngj Wganesdary
e will iass
us i.rooame successors to inobe o. m- eIectlon lo tne legjilature and by fill
prestm uouir wuu nao ucicwiiiuc. , lng the of,,ce of cUv attorney here.
to retirq, judge Sutter belongs,, to that' class
; THE'CRbATEST DETECTIVE known as "self-njade' men," and those
dmma of tbe age. At Star Theater i who ftnOw him best agree -that he
today and Mondaj Advertisement.
did a pretty good job when he made
himself.
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Drinkers SiK
.Feel the Cold 44.
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Weather
'ffee
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tcorree contains car-
feine,1' a drug that irritates '
trie "nerves and weakens the
heart.
FKbusands of former, coffee drinkers
now enjoy
Better Health,
Warmth and
Comfort
"By f?rTn1fing"
STUM
A puRi T food-drink,- much resembling high-grade
Java in. color, taste and aroma, but a "builder"
instead of nerve destroyer.
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'l,-sp2tSfCtfi Co, &&' fiade-Creek. MicKgan
BUYERS
LEAVE
FOR NEW YORK
Phelps Dodge Mercantile Co.
Sends Corps of Buy
ers East
jo Keep pace with tne, owur-ftf
business durng .tbUstfc.-VW tbo
Pfoelps Dodge Jtercantile company
has dcemc-d .it adyisabie to increase
tne number of their buyers. In the
past one or two have teen sufficient
to take care of the demands of their
inide but noa it will take six buyers
to make the selections for the vari
ous depatrments.
Messrs. J. K.. Evans and H. D. Uaty
'elt yesterda for Ne York- air. J.
E. Evans is manager and buyer of
the men's furnishings and clothing
departments lor the Warren district.
This is one of the largest and most
tcnhe departments of the Phelps
Dodge Mercantile company on ac
count of the large number of single
men in this district, Mr. Evans will
give his time and attention to buying
tne very tatest merchandise for his
departments.
Mr. 11. D. Baty is manager of the
ilrj goods department and will devote
bis time to buying of those various
items which are or such great inter
est to the ladies.
Mrs. A. C. Kight will leave .next
week for New York where she will
Mend her timo in studying and buy
ins the latest millinery creations. She
will be accompanisd by Mrr. Smith
of the Douglas store, who will nur-
chasc merchandise for the ready-to-;
wear departments of, the Bisbee and
Douglas stores.
Those buyers will also' be Joined
by buyers from the Morencl and
Dawson stores. They will all make
their headquarters at the new Hotel
McAlpIn which has recently been
completed in New York and is tbe
largest hotel In. the world, occupying
tho entire tlerald sqnare. -This liotel
contains 1500 rooms and 1100 private
baths and employs a force of 1C00
persons.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO RURAL
. FREE DELIVERY AND STAR
ROUTE PATRONS
Do you feel the need of a dally pa
ler in your home? It so, you doubt
less want THE BEST. You do not
want a so-called Rural floute Edi
tion." You want a KEAl. newspaper.
,You can set the full, completer-ami
op to date DAILY GLOBB-DEMO
CHAT of St. Louis every dayy expept
Sunday, under a special oRcr open
only to Rural Free Delivery and Star
Route patrons for TWO DOLUARS
AND FIFTV CENTS (J2UV0) PER
YEAR. The price to other subscrib-,
rs for the saive paper is ti."0 per
year, and jou will there'ire spprcci-j
ate the big bargain that .s within
vour reech If yon want-the GREAT
SIWTXO GLOBE-brJilOCRAT as!
well as the daily, add $2.00 for tnej
SHnday. remitting $4.50 for both Dally i
and Sunday one year. Send In your?
order today an dbe sure to give your
full Rural Free Delivery or Star
Route Address. If you prefer the
Twlce-a-week" GLOUE-DEMOCRAT '
ill find, a remarkable pfferj on
Ir? The Churches
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE
The Christian Science Society holds
its services every Sunday morning at
eleven o'clock in Medlgovlch Hail.
All are welcomeT . C
The subject for Jan. C Is "God."
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday school 9 MS a. m:
Morning service 11 a. m.
Wednesday choir practice
K
:30 j.
.CREIGHT.ON SPENCER.
Rector.
RE6RGANIZED CHURCH OF
J. C. OF L. D. SAINTS
Opposite the Laundry Tombjtone
Canyon.
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Business- Meeting jb:3l a. in.
Sunday school 2.00 p. ni.
Sacrament Scrvlco 3:15 p. m.
Rellgio 6:46 p. m. . .
Preaching 8:00 p. m."
To these services all are cordially
invited. ( 1
"CHURCH OF CHRIST"
To-
Opposite Central School
Services this -'Lord's day, Jan.
Morning.
Bible school 9:45.
Preaching and communion 11
p!c. "Revival Thoughts.,'
Official board meeting" Monday eve
ning 7:30. All member thereof are
urged to be presenL
Prayer meeting Wed. evening 7:30.
Afterncon and Evening Services at
Jlggervllle Chapel.
Bible school at 2:30.
Preaching and communion at 7: Oil.
AH members ' earnestly requested
to attend and strangers' especially in
vited. C. ,W. MAXSOX
' .- ' . Minister.
And Keeps You Looking
Young
Don't look older tban you are It Is
just ua easy to look younger. While
lack of hair or poor hair is not always
an indication of age. It is frequently
accepted as such.
A person well advanced In years
posssesslng a good head of hair is al
ways spoken of as "we'l preserved.
Everyone, can retain beautiful, lux
uriant hair if they mako tbe effort. In
almost every instance poor balr or the
loss of hair may bo traced to tbo ac
tivity of tho dandruff germ. New
bro'a Herpicide kills this germ and
puts the scalp in a perfectly healthy
1 condition. With the destruction of the
d&ndruff germ the hair no longer
drops out. Tbe itching of the scalp
stops almost at once.
iXowbro's Herpicide is the original
remedy for which there are many sub
stitutes, preparations claimed to bn
"Just as good." You don't have to
nccept a substitute. Insist upon hav
ing genuine Herpicide.
Application obtained at good bar
ber shops.
Newbro's Herpicide in SCc and $1.00
sizes Is sold by all dealers who guar
antee' It to do ull that Is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
be refunded.
Send 10c in postage to The Herpi
cide Co.. Dopt. R, Detroit. Mich., tar
sample and book.
THE FIRST METHODST CHURCH
:
Sunday school 9:4"). a. m.
Preaching service 11:00 a. m. Test.
"Go tell my disciples and Peter that
I go before th'em into Galilee."
Epworth league 6:30 p. m.
Feaching service 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject, "'.Renewing strength."
Communion service will be held at
ihe morning service. .Baptism will be
administered and members received.
The official board will meet Mon
day at 7:30 p. m t 'T '
' Prajer meeting Wtilnesday 7:30 p.
m. '' '
E. L. Bible lass Tuesday S p. m.
E. G. DECKER,
"PastOif.J
ENGLISH LUTHERAN SERVICES
it'
I ! The English I.uthnripQ Wrvioes will
Ft. i.tj ... .i.,? i RtrSUii uKu i
Lowell on Sunday afWnioon at 3:1".
Subject of sermon: "Slight not the
Invitation of the Gospel, but incline
your ears and hear."
Sunday school at 4 o'clock
Bible class on Wednesday evening
from S to 9 p. m.
A" few old and yet for Bisbee. new
features will be .taken up in tbe in
terest of reaching- all with the gos
pel. .
Any; and everyone is sincerely in
vited, to attend any and every one or
these announced meetings. Come!
CARL- E. GUEXTHER.
Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:4a a. m., with
classes for all ages. The monthly
missionary offering will "be made dur
ing this service.
Young people's meeting at 0:30 .
m. Topic 'The Ideal Christian: His
Consecration" Mark J2;28-4. This
is the monthly consecration meeting
of the society and Uhe .time for tbe
offering to the workof the society
and to the cause of -missions.
Preaching by the pastor, at 11 a. m..
and at 7:30 v. m. Themes of ser--
mons: "Strength for tbe Day." and
"Living Life Over Again.' In the
morning there will be the reception
of members into the church and tho
administration of the' Sacrament of
the lord's supper. Any desiring to
un'te with the church should meet
with the session at 10:30 a. in. Sun
day at the church. Special music at
the evening service.
Sunday school workere meeting
36. Wednesday at 7:45 p. ra.
Bible class, w-Uh a study of Psalm
Wednesday at 7:00 p. m.
JOHN E. FRY,
Pastor.
AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
. .
Sunday morning.
Sunday schdol at 9H5-
Preaching, by the pastor, at llrOO
o'clock, Sabjecu "The Exaltation .of
Christ." .
Sunday evening. !
Young people's union at &.30. Lpad-
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
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Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture In pipe or cigar
ette, it is delightfully satisfying. Everywhere it U the
choice of oca who want real, natural tolwcco.
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II HEW ATTRACTION
The trraction at tne Orpheum for
tonight and next Tuesday s to be a
well known comedy drama of life
in the west "Tennessee's Partner "
The first act Is laid in a mining
camp in Nebraska; here arrives a
joung girl by the name of Tennessee
Kent, whose father has been in th.s
camp and getting no answers from
him. after a number of letters. sh
goes to look for him. On her arrival
the companions of her father can t
get up enough courage to tell her
that ho is dead. One by one the
try but all in vain.
Miss Violet Nelt? will be secu in
this role. Mr. Louis Morrfson will
be seen In one of the very best com
edy roles ever written. Earl Sim
mons will portray the leading man,
and William Bulnton will be seen in
one of the cleverest stage villians
The remaining number of the com
pany aro suitably cast. Sceno Artist
Heater hat; tome brand new and a
tractive scenery which will bo In
keeping with the play
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E BEEN RECiEVED
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in cacn ocsacK mere arc one unu uuuv-... w
choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, mild, gg
rich best sort of granulated tonacco. jinougo a mane
many good, satisfying cigarettes the kind that makes
rolling popular. And with each sack you get a present
coupon and a book oPcfgarette papers free.
Get an Umbrella Free
Tne coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of valu
able presents. The list Includes not only smokers articles
but many desirable presents for women and children
umbrellas, cameras.
toilet articles; tennis
rackets, catcher's
gloves and masks, etc.
During December
and January only we
vHllsend our Illustrated
catalogue of presents
FREE to any address. Ask
for it on a postal, today.
Ccvfons from Duitl Miztuit rar
tresrorlrdirtth tagt from HORSE
SHOE. J. TTINSLEYS NATU
RAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST.
J Inm FOUR ROSES (10
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It Is Estimated That City
Jail Quarters Will Cost
About $800
Marshall Wathlns has received tho
last of the three bids for the installa
tion of the new jail in the city hail
building and tbe bids will be sub
mitted to the city council at their
meeting on Tuesday. It has been
proven that tho present jail is prac
tically useless for Jail purposes an-1
the installation of the new jell will
be completed as soon as possible.
It is estimated that the installation
of the jail will cost about SSOO. As
at present proposed there will be two
large cells which, by putting in a par
tition can be increased to lour. Tho
new Jail will be more convenient
than the old and will be far better
from a sanitary and heating point of
view. The old jail will be rented,
probably as a store house.
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RET" 'JEALER8 IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SWINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-123 EMIL MARKS, Manager.
M
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and Transfer Work of all
kinds. Prompt service and
prices reasonable .
Glenn McLaughlin
Phone 50
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five years agol had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever Knew
of, and Chamberlain's Tablets cHred
me," writos S. F. Fish. Hrooklyn,
MIoh. For sale by all dealers. Ad
vertisement. 47b
er, Mr. Veraon Roth. Topic. "The
Christian, His Consetutten." Preach
ing by the pastor a.t 7:39. Sabject:
"lxroking Ahead."
Prayer service "Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Subject: "My Aim for the
Year."
You and your friends are cordially
invited to worship with us. Strang
ers are specially welcome
JOILN W. EPPERLY,
Pastor
Do Ton "Feel Chilly
OR
Feverish and Ache all Over
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Feel worn out bine and tired ? Don't let your cold develop
Into bronchitis, pneumonia or catarrh. Tho reliable alter
ative aad toaic which has proves it value in the put 40 years is
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fl-olden Medical Flascoverj
Restore activity to tbe liver and to the eirrslalioa the blood is
paij&rJ,-The digftetion and epetite1mproved and the whole body
feels Via Invijorattejrtorce of this extract of native jsedidnal
plants. In coiuequcoce, the Jieart. brain and serve feel the
refreshes influence. For aver 40 yerj thU reliable remedy baa
been sold ia liquid form by all nedirine dealers. It ean sow also
ixt obtained ia tablet form in $1X0 and SOe boxes. If yoer droegtat
docaa't iteep it, send 50 one-cent stamps to R.V. Pierce, US. Sdlale.
- The Common Sense Medical' Adviser a boo&of
1098 pages answer all medical question.
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Insurance Man
All Million Dollar Fire
Insurance Companies .
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Yon are safe at Haigler's
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