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TOB BISBEE DAILY REV IEWJHSBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1913.
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Ri IB V ULaiiLUL'lN
Report for Year Shows Both
Progress and Growth
That Speaks Well
SOME ADDITIONS MADE
Even . cmk&i observer treahl ijf
a litt sttrprtsed at the report of IJ-
rariau il of toe Copper QtiefM U-,
.rary wherein she states in her yeH-
h report to the board erf directors,
tliar therp wan an attendance of 116,-
"l ieople In tbje reading rooms dur-
ng the uast year. From earlj morn-
n-, until the reedltts rooms oloce at
en o cloak lu the evening, they are
K'nt nuoul) occupied by students,
sr-bolar 4i d men who soak the quiet
an J iesc4 of 'a soft shaded- lamp, a
good booU or magazine and the" luaer
K and satisfaction that radiates from
such an occupation. These figures
are a iKrect refuation that a mining
carp, is necessarily the nandevouz of
a hippy ro lucky. orldI. pleasure
.set-klnst class of men.
That llfebee contains more college
bred men la the Inch than anj other
city in the w,boki south or west, ex
cept a few college towns and that Bls
lee contains a. more Intell'gent claa
of men according to its population
than any other city in the I'nltel
States, is shown from the fact that
with a population of 1S.0OO jieople, ;.
S9S of them are regular borrowers
from the Copper Queen library
Rooms Always Attractive
Tho Copper Queen library is sltuat
c J in a beautifMl building almost clas
sical In lu seerity. in the heart o;'
the city. On the basement floor of
tfy building the postofflce is situated
On the becond floor are the -reading,
correspondence and game rooms. l
though this room is constantly well
filled It has always a quiet dignified,
cleanly ajipearance. Here are situated
the newspaper and magazine files,
numbering one hundred and one peri
od. cals Inhere is an average attetit!
anco of JH 8 people In the reading
From this rdbnij a broad oak stair
case leads to the room above which
Js the library projwr and ii beauli
fully finished in quartered sawed oaK.
with high ,'ilms and "hard wood
floors This room is restful and wall
Statistic' are Given
Some Interesting figures in connec
tion with the library are:
Total No or-vutamscln library . .7136
Circulation for the year WZld
Crculatioy 'per -reiKwe SS.
Hooks catalogued during year . . wa
Books mended during year lOr.2
Books worn out and discarded .. iv
Iloolts reVH,Bd ..V. .-.... ifo
ItooHS lost ana pewi iur . . '
Hooks lost and unable to collect 'J
Total registration 69"3
New memLersblps registered ")2
Ncv Books on Shelves.
Mary nV booc. will be fobiid on
the slie! of tlie library rest week
noticeabj'f 'Bi'p fi-em N'nt -Tht
frii'l C'-nl Slfiiieht,- by HasU
Street Called Straight," by Basu
Kf'ig. TIfe boo?: tails a story of a
I'-oston girl -who Is about to marrj
er. Kngiish colonel when she learns
that her father has , embezzled trust
funds to the extent of half a million
An American suitor offers to meet
tn father's debts and everything Is
happj ever after.
Harold 'BegHe has written a se--na!
to hte "Twice Born Men" in
"Uther Sheep." The book is a study
rf the conv.rsUm of the Hindus to
Christianity and reirl& the qjiraclen
achieved by a. slmpHdty of faftb
which carries the reader back to
JanteS Bryce has written a valuable
olurae tohe history of the Sooth
American republics in his South
America, "Obsetratlons and Impres
sions. The book Is a gift to the 1!
brary from Dr- Jaes Douglas. It
ir a scholarly and substantial worV
d'stingnlshed by Jt!c and optimism
concretely emood Ing observatlonit
and imprsloi on Panama, Peru
liolhla. Chill Argentina, Urafuay
and Brazil. Political matters are
U b wttk lw;rtiu.
- v Practical Nursing.
Charlotte A. Aikens hw written .i
MlendM volume of valuable la (-rma
(ton h. her book called "The Hobh-
ures Handbook of Practical Nurs-
lne.r It Ut a manual for the two of
uursi&g classes suitable for schools.
Y V C. A.s and a worHlng text
book for young mothers. Thers are
two cltaiHers on the caro, of the bay
ami mmtarntiv nursine and a. final
ebatter hIvw torae valuable recolpos,
in InvalW foofcery.
The Lady and Sada San
The Lady an4 Sda San Is a merles
bript elwtty lettew wrkte hf
Frans Little as a sequel to nof
.Lady of the Decoratlop, Ir ttes
wryn die Lady of Decoration accom
panies her Irtwbaud to Jajaa aad
while be is working to compter the
utaKiife verm, she rescues a young
tMArtncn AkMmtA .ffluiiu alrl i
from a forced Marriage with a -)
taetettil old wan. j
Trails of the Pathfinderr I
Trails of the Pathfinders by George j
Bird Orinell is an entertaining book I
ASK M A CHANGE
IN THE SCHOOL UW
Would Provide for Exempt
ing Children from School
LAW NOVIRON CLAD
At a meeting of the state teachers
J association held in Tucson on Wedn
esday and at which C. F. Philbrool,
present and just returned, an
important nieaswre in regard to the
compulsory education act was pre
pored and will ho presented to tho
k'PtsbUure at its next meeting. The
recommendation is to the effect that
a child may bo permitted to work
under sixteen years old if suuicienl
of adventure and accounts of tin
hunters, explorers, and trappers who er 27171
. i. . .a. ., hnt i reason for so doing is shown before
VlUtOlCU liuubu luc .. , . . .
mo sears of 171-1844. The vowme "T.ru ".'" "'1', . . . '.?.
. , .iiuLiinra , uiii
MnViwi nt,rstrIVA T-AaMIlur fnr towl'wi'Bwwauv"
and girls of the high kClool Rgv
Position of Peggy
Ieouard Merrick, author of books
on theairiutl life, has written another
of his favorite stoiies in his Position
ot Peggy. The oook is a clever studj
uf a xnin"- Knclish actress' rise to
The position of a West Bad star and
This board, according
to the recommendation, will consist
of the president of the school board,
the superintendent of schools and a
probation officers appointed by the
As the present law now stands, a
superintendent is forbidden to dla
miss a pvpll from school except for
.IT: r... ,- ,.u.t ,,. these reasons. I. That such a child
HUIR.W JH 1IWI MUtnu'- snmivf . . . ...mI
ie lafigm ui jiuiuu uj tuui-icui
.ur loer. a joung dramatist, who Use
jsunient Eetise oi numor to unuer
stSudTier every phase.
Where There's a Will
Mary Roberts Rbinehart's Where
There's a Will, is a light and im
possible story in which a sanatorium
is willed to a scrapegoat on condi
tion that he takes charge of the in
stitution within a week and run it
successfully for two months. The
story is highly amusing but at times
exceeds tho speed limit. '
Charge It. by Irving Bachellor is
deser-ibed by the author as a stor;
of " fashionable eitnnasance and the
successful efforts to restrain It made
by tho Honorable Socrates Potter,
the genial friend of Lizzie. It Is
a very amusing story of the people
w1k spring Into the society columns
of the Sunday newspaper editions.
Mathematics for the Practical Man
written by George Howe, is a super
ficial yet clear and simple explaua
Hon of the fundamentals of algebra,
geometry, trigonometry", (.logarithms
aha the elementao princip'os of co
ordinate geometry and calculus.
There aro tables of logarithms, na
tural sines and cosines and the na
I Tue'Tirffish army's new field wire-
loss equipment is so compact that all
the apmratub for a station cat be
cirried in knapsacks by four men.
You get a Better Snap of quality and price when
you trade with
The Henfeel Jewelery Co.
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
, 21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission oc and 10c.
Program changes every day
An. hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Doors Open at 6:30 Sharp
Concert at 6,45 Royal Orchestra
"Convention City" Allen
"Harris' Hits" 6 Clark
Picture Program 7 o'clock sharp
Come early and get your
A thrilling story of tho sea.
"Gold and Glitter"
A drama of the north.
rural comedy drama.
"I Saw Him First"
teacher in the branches taught in the
common schools of the state. 2 That
be is attending a regularly organized
private or parochial school taught by
compentent teachers, the regular
scnool hours for five days In the week
'or the full time that the public school
is In session in the district . 3 That
such a child is in physical or mtnta'
condition (as declared by a competent
phjslcinn approved by tho board) as
to render such attendance Inexpedi
ent and Impractical; 4 That such child
has already completed the grammar
school course as prescribed by the
Stata Board of Education.
That this new amendment Is almost
a necessity is readily seen as It often
happens that a child must contribut
to the support of a family which the
present law does not allow.
Several other Important matters
were discussed' at the meeting among
which were some changes In the pres
ent code governing the work of the
committee and Incorporated in its
import to the legislature.
In Tucson. Mr. Phllbrook had quit?
a chat with Dr. Wilde, president of
the state university who told him that
the force of the University of Ari
zona would In the future be along the
lines of mines and agriculture and
that it was his aim to make these
two courses as strong as they could
Read Review Want "Ads."
One Night, Sunday, Jan. 12
MERLE H. NORTON
announces (Proud of It, too)
Ulda Johnson Young's "A laughing symposium, to which amusement
seekers are Invited as to a feast " The Winnipeg, Tribune.
COMING SPECIAL FEATURE-COMING
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
"The Kerry Gow"
(In Three Reels)
PRODUCED IN IRELAND
"" I m M B & BJ ffi4 9 I Im ffm I
ONE WHOLE YEAR IN ONE THEATRE IN NEW YORK
Positively the Greatest Cast ever seen outside of New York City
Margaret Illihgton and Kyrle Belew's
Every magazine has told the story ot this Most Genuine Comedy
Success and here It Is.
Company and production direct from New York and Merle H. Nor
ton's personal guarantee is b,ck of it.
Play a Sure Thing Take a Chance with "Lizzie."
THE SEASON SENSATION
250 Nights in New York.
180 Nights in Chicago.
4 Months in Boston
The Prices Remain The Same
Prices: 25c to $1.00.
Curtain at 8:15
It is Irish, entirely Irish and nothing but Irish.
A great Irish drama produced on the "Old Sod"
Full of romantic little by-plays so dear to the Irish heart
DOHT MISS THIS ONE. REMEMBER THE DATE
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
of quality It possesses that
Boiden color and rich Java fla-
' vor not found In other brands.
cans sealed air tight
wfcols S!?'ss ground to yowr
"Tie Pare Feei Grocer"
HE LAMP that burns right because it is
made right The shape of the wick, the
size of the chimney, the size of the inlets
for air all these, and countless other details
have been determiend with utmost care. An
Lamp has been the aim sought, and secured.
A lamp that gives a steady, white light dear,
The RAYO can be lighted without removing
chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick.
Made of solid brass, nickel-plated.
At Dealer Everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
M RECORD TEAR
Comparative Statement Giv
en By Recorder Murphy
Is Interesting Paper
lOscar K. Coll. Staff Correspondent.)
TOMBSTONE. Ariz., Jan. (. That
the j ear 1912 has proven a prosper
ous one with the ofllce of County Re1
corder Owen E. Murphy, Is evidenced
from a comparative statement issued
by that official covering a period ot
the past three years, namely 1910,
1911 and 1912.
The statement Is Indeed a very In
teresting ono and Involved consider
able time and patience, going into
details as to the receipts of each
month, and the number of Instru
ments filed for record, a total of $25,
361.30, and. segregated as follows:
1910, S8.S1L9d; 1911, $7.&93.ld; and
1912. $S,S5i.23. showing the past year
to havo been the banner business
year since 1910.
The year 1910 shows that the larg
est month was March, "when fees In
the sum of $1,062.20 were collected
while January of 1911 was the ban
ner month, showing receipts totaling
J30I.20, or a falling ot of $256 over
the previous year. During tho month
of April. 1912, which was the largesi
month during that period, $1,06.35
was received as fees, showing an in
crease over the previous banner
month of 1911 of $259.65.
Tn the past three years there have
been filed for record In the record
ers oiace a total of 15,000 Instruments
of various kinds and descriptions, and
segregated as follows: 1910, 5035;
".011, 4413; and 1912, 5612.
The past year has proven1 a record
breaker leading 1911 by 199 Instru
ments, while that year feir behind
9910 by 577 Instruments, and also
lead the following year by 1199,
which Is indeed a very remarkable
showing for that -department of the
county, and a credit to the present
incumbent of the office, Owen E. Mur
phy, In being capable In coping with
the Increased business ot his office,
besides demonstrating the fact that
business in the recording line ot the
county is steadily on the Increase,
hereby giving evidence ot much ac
tivity in mining, agricultural and real
A. M Helneman and C. A Fos,
both of EI Paso and well known com
mercial travelers have Leen In Pis
See for seeal days Uotu rejiort gen
eral prosperty In the southwest.
Ted Docker, one or the best known
ttavellng tion. who "makes Uistiee" Is
in the city.
, Mrs. J. E. Morrison and baby will
leave tomorrow for Los Angeles.
They will, spend two or three month3
John Mason, E. E. Ellinwood and
George iNeal left yesterday for Tomb
stone, where they wnt on legal bus
iness. C. Ii Karnaugh", traveling passeneer
agent of the Pennsylvania lines, with
headquarters at Los Angeles, ' spent
Yesterday Ih the dry'. -
H. TW Kltson, the (Tucson englneor
who has spent several days In the
city, returned" - homo yesterday after
A. G. Beckett, of Globe, superintend
ent of'the Old Dominion Copper com
ipany, Is in the city for a few days.
Mrs. W. A. McDonald returned to
the city yesterday after a brief visit
MJss Norma Finlayson, of Lowell,
is confined to her home with a severe
case of tonsilitls.
We. Handle the Two Best Brands of
COAL On The Market
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
Bropiiy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
Bishee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIl JEALER3 IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-123 EMIL MARKS, Manager.
, Tt-rr T-v J377D? rrUTA Ml
I he Warren Kanch and milk l
A.A,..A.. A. A.
Los Anv lee.
MANITOBA LEGISLATURE MEETS
WINNIPEG. Jan. 10. The third ses
sion ot the thirteenth Manitoba leg
islature assembled today and was
opened with the customary formali
ties. Tho speech from the throne
forecasted a busy session, with mat
ters relating to the educational sys
tem, direct legislation, the elevator
policy, road improvement and other
questions ot public importance on" tho
C. Hudspeth and P. Thompson, the
Sonora cattlemen were Blsbee visi
E. J. Long who has teen In Gold
Roads for taa past eight montis, re
turned to Lowell yesterday morning.
I WILL GIVE $1000
IF 1 FAILTQ CURE any GANGER orTUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE it Poi.onj. Bone or Deep Unit
Is Pa; Unlit Cared
No X Ray er other
swindle. An island
plant maksa t&e cure
Asr TUKWLIUMP or
Soreoa la lip, face
or body tonz u Canter
ItNmrPslas mU hit
tatc tZWtCE B88K
teat free : teatua o&nk of
thooaaada corvt at boae
WRITE TO .SOME
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST I
IsCANCER.asd ifnts!ct! It always poisor.s
deep claade ia the armpit, aad kills quickly.
Address DR. fc MRS. DR. GHAHLEYSSSk
"Stwtlr Edible." Poor Cured at Half Price erFrw.
.B 74-7 So. Mil! ST., LOS AI6ELES. CiL .
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
"kTlrrt yu as fr eer d not take a sub
W nSTl stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauset Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your grocer does not have it, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
- ' s ''.iiiic-sTIama(MW'w''
55'- vyffisM yyri"
wa.'. JJ f7J5haftKir"rf $ "
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