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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1913
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STOCK PURCHASE IS
;'PCKIY JIED DOWN
Commercial Club Directors
Listen to Proposition
and Act Adversely
At a hurriedly called special meet
lng of some of tbe directors of the
Loinmerc 'al club yesterday afternoon
a matter relative to Joining the ML
Franklin Rancho hotel and resort
yiopostUoa was presented by W A.
Kortner and was unfavorably consid
ered iy those present. ,
31r. Fertner told the meeting: y9
tarday of his company plans to lmll,1
a ranch resort near El Pao snt ft
aW room club hotel at Ijos. Angsrts
and to sonnet tbe two by a highway
fotiowinK the lines or the borderland
route. Memherseip required the pur
chase of from one to file Bhares of
stock and leler the etrculatloa of p
titiona asking; the sUte to make over
hyui to the proposed -organization of
sufficient amount to toad and raise
the money for tbe building of the pro
posed highway. The directors of the
club kn of no lands applicable for
road jmrpoees and so fctatod. Mr.
Forier was informed that the club
had no funds available for such a
purpose a the purchase of slock in
his association bat would gie mora
support to his road project' although
they did not consider that feasible.
Douglas through its chamber of com
merce contributed 100 to his com
pany and became a stockholders.
The newly appointed good roe is
committee of the ciub consisting of
J. J. Itowen, J. It. Henderson, M. .
Cunningham, Ur N. C, llledsoe ami
It. K. Powell will meet at the Office
of the dab on Wednenday night 1
consider several matters of Import
ance that require immediate attention.
CMS ANNUAL MEET
. PHOENIX ON FEB. 10
Official CaiTiaued by Offi
cers of Organization; Ex
pression Asked for on Pro
posed Road Bond Issue
FROM BLOOD POISOi
Cut on Finger Was Cause
for Alarm of Friends
for His Life
.V. A TrtcIXmaM. of this city, who
ff JHHaetlmo has befei at Paawnia
iwjrtei on a leased nine in that dis
trict, is hit In a bosjiitai in Xogatab
where ! condition was reportori.au
alaifelngly serious a few days ago.
Mr. iCcDonald is suffering fre
hloqi poisoning which cat' on him
a i?reni of the cutting oil the end
of his finger accidentally, while work
Sng at the mine. When the injury o
curred the flsr was bandaged ani
Mr. MeDonaW proceeded "with Ms
work but sees shooting pains up AH
arm jtaTe warning of serious trouble.
He was taken at once to XogaieK
for medical assistance and his wife
here; was notified. She left Wednes
day. jalbt ia an automobile arriving
at 'tlw ledside of her hueband wi
Yesterday she notified her frienos
that Mr-nMeDesald's condition is much
improved though at one time It was
feared that amputation of his ami
might he necessary.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your dmsBtet will refund mosey 'If
PAZD OINTMENT fails to cure any
wNr-of Itching. BHad, Weeding or
!jcotrwli: PHw to 6 to 14 days.
P. O. Bos 13SS
Printer and Siatloaer
15 Mnhelm Building BISBEE ARK.
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The Arizona Good Hoods associa
tion, at Prescott. has sent out notices
designating February 10 as th date
for tbe annual meeting of the asso
ciation. The meeting will be held In
the board of trade roorac in I'hoenU
and will be called at 10 o'clock.
Regarding delegates to the meet
ing, tbe announcement states that
each board ot supervisors U entitled
to nad is requested to appoint three
delegates. Incorporated cities, boards
of trade. local road associations and
automobile clubs or associations arc
oa eh entitled to two delegates. By
this ruling Bisbee will be represented
by six delegates, two each appoint
ed by the city. Commercial club,
and the good roads organisation.
The meeting is called near the
time of the convening ot the legisla
ture in the hope that the association
may be ot some assistance in the con
sideration of proposed road laws.
Tljo executive committee has asked
the circulation of petitions for the
signatures of voters and tax payers
showing their views with reference
to a bond issue for the purpose ot
completing the nresent projected
state highways and the construcUon
and maintenance of a complete sys
test cf-state highways. These high
ways will connect tie county seats
of the several counties of Arliona
with each other or with tbe statft
hfghwavs. It is hoped that all voters
and tax payers will express them
selves freely on this subject so tbat
3 much progress as possible can be
made at the annual meeting.
several weeks. Mr Forman was able
to accompany tbe players on crutches
but was still weak from the recent
accident In which he broke his les.
The company will play an engagement
lu Phoenix and then go on to Pueblo,
Colo, for a few weeks before disbanding.
Escapes Serious Injury.
Kodger Kennedy, a miner at the Gard?
ner shaft, escaped serious injury
Thursday evening when he accidentlv
brushed up against tbe circular saw
in the mill, nearly amputating als
C. H. Wiles returned to Lowell yes
terday after spending several das in
Mrs. F. P. Mariotti, of the Home
Kitchen, was taken to the Copper
Queen hospital recently seriously ill.
The Reverand Father aiourer, who
lias been confined to his bed with a
slight attack of grippe for the past
several days, is reported to be im
Mildred, tbe nine year oW daughter
jif Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trottman,
if Lowell, is HI of bronchitis.
C. H. Seboelan, of Phoenix.
spending a short time in the citj.
Edward McDonald of Carson C.tr.
Nevada, is visiting Joseph Lutz, of
Upper Lowell, for a short time.
Mrs. O. T. Drennan, of Canaaea, Js
n a shopping trip in the city.
Milton DeSsaln. of Denver, Colo.
is v'sitlng F. H. Wilcox of Upper I.ow
Jas. J. Murphy? a prumlnVnt bast
essS man of Phoenix, is spending a
jshort time In the city.
Edward P. Grindell. of the DoJg-
llas Chamber of commerce, was a bus
iness visitor yesterday.
J. Cunningham, of the Bank ot
Jb in Phoenix this week at
tending a meeting of state banasrs
in that city-
J. B. Patterson leffVesterday for IV
ranch near Vellton
J. M. O'Connel! has returned from
a trip to TOmbstone,
Cr. HoreWeen, Of the Ceer Qun
dispensary. a snuenng irom au ai
tack o the mumps.
MaxSon to Return.
In a letter ta tbe Review, Rev C.
W. Maxson. of the Church of Christ,
writes, that he is Jhavlnz a successful
result with the revival meeting being
held in the capltol city and tbat he
intends to occupy the 'pulpit in Christ
Church on Sunday. It is possible
that ou tl:o return of the pastor, re
ial services will be held in this city.
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LET US SHOW YOU
one of the best equipped manufacturing departments In Arizona.
For watch repairing' to get satsfaction In time. A trial will convince
you. Jewelry of all kinds', qua lty unexcelled.
The Henkel Jewelery Co. f
i Royal Theater
Banquets Douglas T'am.
The members of both the girls and
toys basketball teams ol the Douglas
high school were honored with a ban
quet served at the Central school last
n'ght by the athletic association of
the Bisbee high school. There were
several large tables in the form of
a cross while the room was prettily
decorated with streamers ot black and
yellow Several toasts were made to
and by the visitors and good will wa
very much In evidence throughout the
Dies in Warren. ,
Helen, the three year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George M Bell, ol
Warren, died Thursday at 1- P- m
alter an Illness ot a few weeks dura
t'on. The funeral will be held at the
residence in Warren next Sunday at
1.30 p. m., Rev. J. W. Epperiy om-
Attraet'ons At Orpheum.
Managers Detloff and Lockie have
just announced the following attrac
tions which will be seen at the Or
pheum shorUy". Graustark, a romant
ic comedy, January zi Mutt ana jeu.
h musical extravagania, February Z;
Pr'nco of Tonlsht, a musical comedy.
February IS, Naughty Marietta, a mu
sical comedy with the eastern com
pany. February 18; The Moon Girl,
a farce comedy, February 20. The
manacement Is endeavoring to se
cure tbe company now playing "Bunty
Pulls tCe Strings" in El "Paso and thu
attraction may be seen here shortly.
City Council MeeVng.
A meeting ol tne city council
be held at the city hall tonight.
Amongst other business to come up
liofore the meeting will be a joint
conference, by the Play Ground com
mittee and tne city council, reiamc
to the new play ground.
Scathing For Brother.
Mrs. Ida wincnebier, oi aumm-
ville. Mo., has written to Postmaster
Cassidy asking that he assist here in
locating her brother, John W. Smith.
According to tne leiier, Jin- "
Chester has not seen or heard from
her brother for fourteen jears. S&e
wrUes that she has .reason to Deiwve
that he is living in Bisbee. Ho ir
described as being 5 feet, six Inches
tall, dark haired and has blue eyes.
New Reading Room.
The reading and correspondence
room of the Y. M. C. A. has been mov
ed from the main lloor to me sec
ond floor. Three large writing tablec
bave been pat in and a comfortaule
room has been made. ine space on
the main Hoor formerly occupied by
the reading and correspondence room
will be used for games.
Quiet Court Day.
Yesterday was a quiet day in both
the justice and police courts. There
were no cases in the police court and
only one In the county court. This
latter was a disturbing the peace cae
and the defendant was tinea i.
New Store to Open.
The new Boston Store, located In
the Johnson Mock on Main street, will
be opened next Thursday. The goods
are now being moved Into the store.
K. OF C. FOOTBALL CLUB
There will be a meeting Sunday.
January 19th., at 11.30 a. m. All
mefabers are requested to attend.
Business Important Advertisement
THE HOME OF REFINED AMUSEMENT
. TO-DAY .
For School Children
CONCERT 0:45 by
Selecfion - V'
"Bohemian Girl" . . Balfe
"Ghost Dance" Salisbury
FOR FRIDAY AND
News of the world in pic
ture. ' ' rf
"THE FLOWER GIRL'S
animal comedy. (Selig)
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Shattuck Annual Meeting.
Not'ces of tbe annual meeting of
the Shattuck-Arizona- Mining company
have been received In this city. The
meeting will be held in Dulnib, Mini.,
Lawyers to Tomsbton,e.
A number ot prominent ltisbee law
yers spent yesterday at Tombstone,
for the calling of tbe criminal docket.
Th Jury for the criminal trials has
already been drawnand the first trial
will bj heard on the twenty-seventh
of thib month. Amonzat those who
sent from BUfbee to tbe county seatj
were Assistant mstnox Attorney ji-ir-ry.
William Clearly and Star Williams.
aulet Court Day.
Yesterday was a quiet day in 1 oth
he Justice and police courts. There
were no cases in the police court and j
mly one in the county court. Tills I
latter was a disturbing the peiwe J
case and the defendant was f'netl 1Z
Removed to Hospital.
Nariso .Nato. a miner emploakl r,t
.he Oliver shaft ot the C. and AT, was
yesterday removed to the C. and J.
hospital suffering Injuries received -n
II BASKET ILL
MATCHES ARE PLAYED
One Proves Close But Sec
ond Is One-Sided and
an Easy Victory
Put up in scaled tins.
Order a trial pqekage and
you will be pleased
"The Pare Food Grocer"
Thomas will leave today Tor
Star WitHams has left for Tomb
stone, where he will attend to legal
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l Brief Local Items
The game and correspondence rooms
ir tbe Cower Queeo library were
I temporarily closed yesterday while
jsetfto much needed Improvements
twere going e The rooms will ne
i pelted again today.
' Forman Company Leave.
i The Tom Forman stock company
jleft for Phoenix jesterday morning
j after ptaying a loeal engagement Tor
OF POSTAL RECEIPTS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Kail's Catarrh
F. J. CHEKLT & CO- Toledo, O.
TCa. ibe- czklerslmMl. havrt ictiown 1?. Ji
L Ehoayvfor tne laat, JS yea?Bniil ,NS
oaifrDerieexiy zianra-aora in- ni4susinra
tranialens4inI,nr.anrtn bte w carry
3MXXOXAL. JvCnr or commeece,
, Hairs CBtarrh Cute it taken internally.
WI'WV& HaMa Tt mortals
trt rrt. Tne iscmi pr neiue
tw en vrame?-
I JSiio !!i!Hl PajnUT rilli far eonntI?sifs.
The following is a table ot the post
office business of Arizona cities for
the fiscal year:
Btsbee ...; f 28.0S9
Prescott .--- 2lb,
Douglas r -.. .' 2U?5
Flagstaff ...... 10,837
Mesa '. s."
Jerome ' 'J"
Kingman --,. m
Kay .- -- 6,2
Tombstone ...- -1.070
WIMcox ....... . ... ....,-.. 3,752
Gand Canon ... 4.751
Winldfimanc... ,. ... ..... 2,777
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- In a speedy double header basket
ball game at the Y. M. C. A. yester
day afternoon the Sophmores won
from the Senior Junior team and the
Centrals won from the Fresh jten. The
games were well attended.
The first game was between the
Sopbmore and the Senior-Juniors. In
the first half the Sotmraores managed
to keep the lead, the halt ending with
the geore 7 to ti In the'r favor Good
team work and stome exceptionally
good basket throws trom near the cen
ter of the floor gave the lead to the
Senior-Juniors jii the second half ani,
after a closely contested half, the"
won with the final sewre standing !-"
to 13. Of the Sophmores th star
Slaying was done by Harold Thomas
and Joe HunL Harwood Vaifghn an!
Walter OWalley were the stars for
The second game, between thetVn
trals and the Freshmen, resulted In
a complete walk over for the Centrals.
They showed excellent team wo k aad
early In the game gatnea a big lead
that was held for the whole game. Tap
final score was 33 to 7. in favor of
the Centrals. Physical Director Wad
and McCrea were the star ulayers on
the Centrals. Physical director. Wads-
worth umpired the game and was
time keeper while Charles Whittig
was the scorer.
The next game will be played ott
Friday nlghl. beginning at S o'clock,
The schedule for tnis meet is- So.n
mores vs. Centrals and Freshmen vs
Senior-Juniors. Two games will ie
nlaved each Friday night for the re
mainder of the season, which ends
"THE H.OMC OF REFINED
"The Silent Sitnial"
"The Hand Bag"
"Mr. Hubby's Wife '
7 p. m., 8 p. m. & 9 p. m.
Usual Prices, 10 & 15c
JACOB SCHMJD, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Veek.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
An hour cf high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Ut!LILr iKI OT .m
Opening Wednesday, January 2 7t,
Tlie Show They're All Talking About
PITSOR AND DAYE
The Wise Rube -
and the Actress."
Billie Boston and
"In An Act That
Four Reels Of Pictures
2 new acts and a complete change of pictures open
every Wednesday and Sunday.
Former- District Attorney
Announces Enterprise in
Casa. Grande Valley
IF 1FA1LT0 CURE any CANCER orTUMOR
No X Ray or ctorr '
tvwato. .n isana
plant makes be cure
lw T.wnD lnv a.9
Sera on thm tip. fao
or body long u ?
Ucc tTt-TlM. BOOK
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1VKITK TO OHC
ANY LUMP IN YOMAH'S 8REAST
U CANC CR.SDd if cdeetd It atvvBDalHm
u iu w Mttuiiii,, ana XJ1L ariiltti
The combined .area of the com
fields ot the United States is nearly
eqnal to the area of France or Ger
John S Williams, together with as
sociates, has taken np the proposi
tion of placing 120 aeres of land .n
the Casa Grande district under lrn
gatlon and cultivation.
Mr. WUiiama is now in t-jioeax
lie. tosether "with his associates, own
S00 acres of land in the Casa Grande
district and other parties own 4'W
acres. IU la. nnaeraifloa teat tne en
tire twelve Tiundred acres will l-e
combined and that an irrigation an4
Improvement company to operate- thj?j
tract will be -oriadiied. The plan has3
been under consideration, for some
time but detinue worK woKmg to ta.j
organization of a confpany.was delaY
ed awaiting tbe outcoraeol" the case
at Florence, -which rwasrecently de
cided by Judge Sutter? who upheld tne
'constitutionality of the distrcrtoni
Address DR. & MRS. DR. CHAMLEY gilS
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Eighth Annual Meeting National Western
Stock Show, January 20th-25Nth
Tickets on Sale Jan. 18, 19, 20
Final Return Limjt January 31st
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