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THE BTSBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, IKS,
..g. rMiM JliJJ J
JN BISBEE LODGE
TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
Plans are In preparation to cele
brate the founding of the order of
Hagles by the local lodge, on its birth
day. February 6. A committee con
sisting of J. F. McDonald, William
lhickett, and O. S. French have been
a;lointed to provide a suitable pro
gram for the occasion and it is expect
ed that a sumptuous banquet and a
smoker will be given
At the last meeting of the Eagles,
three new members were initiated and
regular business, was transacted.
MASONS PROGRAM COMPLETE
The complete program for the en
tertalnment of the visiting delcgatss
to the grand lodge meeting, lias now
leen completed and pre&euts one of
the most elaborate series of entertain
tuents ever afforded visitors to th's
city There will be banquets, dances,
smokers, automobile rides, trips to
the mines and every thing that couid
possibly" interest a visitor to the city
v. Ill be Included
The furnishings for the lodge room
have now arrived and will be Installed
sometime this week The furnishing'!
arc "tasteful and comfortable and will
help 'considerably towards making the
Mabon's lodge room a reudezvous for
its many members
WAR Hi TARIFF
Uncertainty Brings Specula
tive Trading Practically
to Standstill; Only Pro
BOSTON1. Jan. ?5. Kv er body Is
still y-altlng for war news from Turjc
ey and tariff news from Washington
and speculative trading is practically!
at a standstill. A floor trader in .No
York yesterday estimated that four
fifths of the business done in New
York Exchange jesterday came from
professional traders. Some Invest
ment buying is coming In all the time
but volume Is m small that It does njt
PAUNE WEUUER & CO
In the curb list Denn scld at 7 0-,
Saginaw C3-4 and Warren holds at
4 5-8 bid with only offerings at r.
Wolverine 76 bid.
Total sales New York 78.200
Wednesday night, January 22. the
JFraJLernal llrollierhood met with a,
largo crowd present and a most en
joyable evening' was Bient After the
regular-business of the lodge was' dis
posed of, 'The lludget. " the jolly l.t-
y Judge, paper was read ry the cditjir,
Mrs.- Catherine Finnottl Members
ijre requested to bend In their pieces
to the taper early , that the editor may
have time to get them in the paper bj
next Wednesday lie sure and Lrlng
your coupon if you want to be on 'b
Miming side. After refreshments
were served, dancing was enjoyed un
til a late hour The editor's addros'
IjT,- Uox 722, Blsbee, or phone 236 red.
fc PVTHIAN SISTERS
The ITMilan SMers have postponed
the Installation of their officers until
the first meeting in Februar as the
bad" weather of last Tuesday night pro
vented ceremonies at that time '
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Jan. 25
(U J. Overlock)
In The Theatres
Atchison , 103 1-1
Brooklyn Itapid Transit U0 3-J
Baltimore and Ohio ...v.. . . 102 1-4
Chesapeake and Ohio 77 5-S
Canadian Pacific 242 7 t.
(Jreat Northern 127 7 8
Interboro Common 17 3-4
Lehigh Valley; .... 161
Louisville and Nashville 13S . 1
SUSPRISE 10 HI
Prominent Citizen of Can
anca Takes Bride Fomer
ly Employed in the Big
OTHER SOCIAL AND
CANANBA. Son, Mex.. Jan. 2."..
The numerous friends of J. E. Cod
Charles were agreeably surprised this
week by seeing an announcement of
his marriage in bos Angeles news
paters this week. Mr. Godcharlcs
left Cananea, last week for a short
vacation on the coast, to be absent
about two weeks, and his niarriaja
comes as a genuine surprise. Mr.
Godcharles was, Miss Katbcrine Hatch
and for a number of years had been
employed by the Cananea Consolidat
ed Copper company In the capacity ot
stenographer About two years ago
she left Cananea and went to 1js
Angeles, and since that tlrao has been
chief clerk In a steamship companv
office. Mr Godcharles Is employed as
chief bookkeeper for the Four Cs
company here and Is the possessor of
a host of friends, who wish him every
happiness in his new life.
Mrs. Gmahllng Entertains
Mrs William Gmahllng on "Wednes
day afternoon entertained six tables
of bridge in honor of her sister Miss
Ella McCormack, the event bctns
made the time for the. announcement
of the engagement of Miss McCormacU
to Dan .McAllister also of Cananea.
The home was beautifully decorated
and a delightful time was enjoyed by
all present The honors at bridge were
awarded as follows First, Miss Mc
For the Sake of Your Eyes See
HENKEL JEWELRY CO.
and Have Your
Glasses Fitted Properly
We Gring; Our Own Lenses. Save YOUR OLD
PIECES we WILL MAKE Ihem NEW .
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra
ELBERT VEALE DIRECTOR.
"Honor Round" lloebnlulin
"Gloriana" ' J Weidt
Matinee today at 2 p. m. sharp.
Coino and have a dime good time
PICTURE PROGRAM FOR
SUNDAY & MONDAY
"A FOREST FIRE"
A wonderful exposition of the he
roic battles which the forest rang
ers wage against the terrible de
vastating fires that annually de
stroy great tracts ot forest. Ex
citing and Instructive.
-SATIN AND GINGHAM"
A 'very pleasing story in which
lore trlumps over riches.
J -THE PENITENT"
A splendid dramatic study. In
volving the happiness, ot four
He wanted to bo a sailor but
couldn't fill the bill.
"STRONG ARM NELLIE"
Ou the same reel A scream.
Missouri Pacific 411
Northern Pacific 111! J-4 jAlmos; second. Mrs Dee McKec and
I'enna -. ,. zz I-:
Poo Gas 114 1-4
Heading '. 1G4 3 4
Kdck Island 22 .Vb
Sugar . US .
Steal Common C33 11
Steel Pf'd 10'Jl-t
Southern Pacific 103 1-S
I'nlon Pacific 159 It
When "Graustark,' George l.if
McC'utcheon s book play, which has
been dramatised for stage purposes
lv Grace Hayward. comes to the Or
jihcum Theatre Monday evening, Jan
27 the theatregoers of Blsbee will
have the opportunity of witnessing toe
mosjt talked of and successful romaiul
tu drama before the public In recent
This play has leen dramatized with
Mr McCutcheon r novel as a bas.s,
and those readers or fiction who have
passed a few hours pleasantly pursu
ing same, will be more than sat'sHed
with its appearance In play form
MissTHayward, who made the dram
atization, his closely rolIoYM the
book From the time .of the meet'n
of the young couple In Denver throu
"he strenuous and trying ordeals of
coilrt life and Intrigues, to the final
culmination of the story, he has been
most faithful In his portrayal
The play comes to Btsbee with the
assurance of all concerned in its pre
sentation of a most excellent cast of
players, especially fitted for their
parts and a magnlliccnt scenic produc
tion of old w-orM scenes, with costum
ing to match.
it is seldom a mythical principal!
ty such as Graustark Is used as a
background for a play, hence the tre
mendous success of this offering. Not
felnce the "Prisoiyr of Zenda" was giv
en for the delectation of theatrego
ers, has there been a romantic draroi.
as clean and wholesome as 'Ona
stark As a dramatic offering, it should
surely prove the banner attract'on of
tho vear at Bisbce s most popular
playhouse Theatregoers should not
confuse "Graustark" with "Beverly
or productions bearing a similar title.
They have no connection whatsoever
with "Graustark this being the orl
g nal dramatizat'on, with a cast of
d'stinguished plavers and a magiU
cent scenic production
July , 521-2
Adventure j 1-2
Arizona Commercial . il'l-'J
Butte Superior ..i 31 1 1
Centennial 1 1
Calumet and Hecla 600
Calumet and Arizona 6C 1
Copper Kango IS 1 2
East Butte ..... 13 3-1
1-rank ...r S
Greene Cananea 9
Hancock ...'... ". 2112
Inspiration Consolidated .... 17
Isle Royale 23
Lake 201 1
Lasallc t 4
Miami 24 1-2
Mayflower 12 3-1
Mason Valley bid Sll
North Butte 30 .-!
North I-ke 2 3-4
Old Colony 71-1
Old Dominion 4i
Phelps Dodge 21S
Quincv ....... "4
Ray Consolidated 13 3-8
Utah Conolldated 1012
Utah Copper ,. 51 7 8
Nevada Consolidated 181-8
Superior Boston 2Z-I
Wolverine C 3-4
"THE HOME OP
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
New shipment just ar
rived. Order today- as
the supply will soon be
"The Pare Food Grocer"
B a&4 A.
B and L.
Bohemia f 3
Baltic ...... S5
Denn ....... 73-4
Davis Daly 13-1
Eleaiu ,.... 2
Kerr J-ake 3
iL'Wkr Tiger ...... .... ..... 4 1 S
JNorth Tigre ....'..... ..... 3
IOneco ..... . 2
OJibway '.. S
Ohio .T 11-1
1 Ray Central ...... . 21-b
(Rainbow Der. Wd 10
'Sun Antonio 31-2
S W. Miami 21 1-2
S. W. Miami T 4
Savannah hid ...... f., -- 2.
ITonoiuh ..X.. ...... C
jTonopah Belmont S 1-1
IWest End l&ff
third, Mrs. T F Butzow Those pres
ent were- Mesdatnes: George Young.
T. F Butzow, L. A. Hagy. R. U Hawea,
Dee Mckee James Duffln, Georgo A
Wlswall, E TeJford. J. M. G bbs, Y
Kebew Baldwin. H W. Carey, M J
Elslng. J H. Kirk, M C Spires
C. Harris, Gordon- Bullook C V
Wright, Haney. Carl Cole. U
Thomas. V A Hart. W W Davtes,
Kirk, J P. Ferguson, Misses No'i
Duffln Edna Work. McAlmoh, McKel
The marriage of 'Miss McCormaik
and Mr McAllister is to take pkico
In Bisbee, Arffc, on February 17
A fancy dress ball is to be given
at the Club Anahuoc on the night of
February 2nd. Extensive preparations
have been made for the occasion
An Informal dance will be given i-t
the Cananea club on Saturday evening
Personal and Local
A. Carrillo and B. Hagc will open
a second hand and Dew lurnlture store
In the Enlm building in the near m
ture. Mrs A. Cubillas Is visiting with he.
parents in Hermoslllo
Walter Hoss was in Bisbee last
week, where he joined the Elks
M J Elslng has returned home from
a business visit in Bisbee.
Dr. L. D Ricketts returned home on
Monday from a month s absence in
the east. He left on Friday for Clift
on and Globe
V. S. Consul Frederick Slmpich was
in the city a few days this week on
official business, going to Douglas oi
James H Kirk, assistant supcrin
tendent of the Cananea company, has
gone to the states for a short business
George Young, secretary of the Foir
C's company, was a business visitor in
Douglas this week.
Mr. and Mrs H I Gooding returned
home on Saturday from a month's
visit with relatives in San Antonio,
E. G Reeves, the local photographer
returned home on Sunday from 3
weeks business visit In Guaymas
F M. Abrams, proprietor of tho
Naco Hotel, was a business visitor
hero this week.
H. H. Taliaferro agent for the S.
P. de M. at Empalme, formerly agent
in Cananea, was In the city this week
on his way home after a hurried trip
to Springfield, Mo., where he was coll
ed by the death of his mother
S. H. Wlnslow has gone to Bisbee
to spend two weeks visiting.
John C Donlevy has gone to his
ranch In Arizona to .look after affairs
Mr and Mrs. C. C Chase have re
turned home from Tucson, where the
have been for tee past few months.
Mtes M. E. Campbell left on Tuwt
day for Chicago, where she will visit
for a month.
T. Jlind of the S. P. de M. railroad
at Empalme. was a business visitor
here this week.
T. P. Hlnes of Bisbee was a business
visitor here this week.
Dr Buenrostro was a business vial
tor at Naco Wednesday.
Mayor Manuel Dieguez left Thurs
day for Guaymas, where he will meet
Gov. Maytorena who is expected there
the first of the week on his return
from Mexico City.
Edward Kennedy Cesena returned
home on Thursday after a month's1
visit with his parents at La Paz, low
R. D. Martlnes arrived In the city
from Bl Paso on Thursday and has .re
entered the employ of the Four C's
company in the electrical department
A. O. Koppcs, manager of the Del
Pilar mine, near Santa Cruz, was in
the city on business this week.
SUNDAY & MONDAY
5- - PHOTO PLAYS 5
"THE WOOD VIOLET"
"LIFE AND INDUSTRIES
IN ADEN CAMPO"
Scenic & Educations!
THE OLD ACTOR 3
"THE SAMARITAN OF COO
A btory with a splendid morai
"A QUEST.ON OF AGE"
Guaranteed to cure tho blues
Continuous starting 7.00
p. m. sharp
Usual Prices, 10 & 15c
Logc Seats 25c
Orpheum Theatre, Monday, Jan, 27th
s? 'IgPfiThe Most Popular and Pretentious Offering of the Season.
A Magnificent Scenic Production of the Most Popular Romantic Play on the
The United Play Co., (Inc.) Present Grace Hayward.'s
Niii , ii i i-
Sara Grceuidge, the well kpow'i
mining engineer of Douglas, was in
itio city yebterday.
II M. Mart of Tucson, is spending
cccral days in the' city transacting
Malsolin A Fraser. a iiromlnent
PrC4cott busiucbe man is in the city
for a fow days.
M. O. Eldrldge. a. Washington, D.
C tourist is spending a short tlmo
looking over tho Warren Mining district.
W. G. Baseman, of Doming Is spend
ing a short tlmo in the city.
Ed. P. Grindcll, tho Douglas ch.im
tier of commerce man and a Border
land route booster, is In tho city ou
J. II. Patron and S A. Gofi", Can
anea mining men are spending the
eek end In Bisbee.
Mrs. C. F. Layton left last night
for 1-os Angeles, where she will meet
her mother, who Is reported serious
Otto C. Ern, traveling freight and
paeongpr agent of the T. & P.. 'with
headquarters nt El Paso, was a buM-l
Hess visitor yosterdtiy.
Captfiie Sievert, of the Fourth ear
nlry. stationed at ForOluaohttca, wag.
in the city yesterday
Mrs. Viola Hndon and little ion,
who have been vMtfng Mrs. J. Q.
Ixiokic on School HilL for, th past
two months, returned to her Home in
i,s Angeles yesterday.
VA Hlckd nt tha Pnmmr Oomw Mtfl
eral. office, is spending the Week-end"
with his father, the county tax col
lector In Tombstone.
rear rifiQJgas3i nTWWBIBBRW(r &jm&&MM mm, Evf;r?fej2tiiK .
mr !i mw Wm h W 8L-."?' mvW w!1 f Jot
A Blood Bubbling, Heart Leaping Storv of Love and Adventure.
An American s right for -a Kingdom in the Balkans.
YOU HAVE READ THE BOOK - NOW SEE T HE PLAY
7 f Presented by a Cast of Unusual Excellence Including
- Miss Louiszita Valentine and Mr. Lawrence vert
SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE PRICES 30, 75. .$1.00. $1 50.
Do not confuse "Grajstark" with "Beverly ' Graustark's unprecedent
ed success the past five years places it at the Head ot its Class. All
others are mere imitations to deceive the public. This is the original
plav cast and production.
Mrs Charlih Wise, of Lowell, is
reported to be ill of typhoid fever
Mbs Helen McCarthy who has
been ill the past fe wilays, was able
to resume lici duties nt tho I'lielps
Dodge store yesterday.
William Dcllores, tho popular sales-1
man. has returned to the city after
an absence of sorcral weeks and will
make an extended stay in the city.
J. B. Anglus. tho local grocer, left
for Tucson yesterday on a business
Profs. Wtlhs and Chandler ot the
L'jilverslty of AiSzoiw. rh b-; L-on
lecturing In the city, left for Tomb
stone yesterday afternoon to t-ddress-tho
schools and the business organ
Nick Nobilo. a Bisbee jihrneer. re
turned' to Fresao, CaU yesterday, now
hw permanent home.
TAFT PARDONS CONVICT
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan 25.
A large faintly. iMfedtag several chil
dren who need support, more Prei
dt'Ht Taft toctay )0 eorapHKe to expire
'mMeHrety. the BenieiK- ot Martano
R. Saa, convicted at Santa Fe, N M ,
May (. 112 for forgteg ami uttering
falee certifteatKM in connection wttn
the ceoswi enumerator's Touchers
-Sena's original sentence was four
ryewr and fer days ami aa hten
'. f' yphwigtr comwiMted fcy the presi-
irfent to one year as4 one day It is
11HW 'lorntltflKVU 9Hi7. ijsnii iv fxv
saM to have proftted by bis act.
Jack HunL of SuIphHr Sprtegs val
ley, la spending several jlay In tbo
FATIMA AND OURIDA
THE HAREM BEAUTIES
Frank Abrams. the Naco hotel pro- pjninp
prittor, is on a horr visit in the city &n-it Cj
Warren bW , ..... 4 --8
ICalumet OH S7
Baltimore OX ax -IS
"Fife years ago I had the worst
case of chronic constipation I ever
knew of. and Ohacihertaln's Tablets
nrH mo?-' irTlfpa s. P. Flan. Brook
lyn. Mich. ' For sale by all dealers.
Adv ertlsement, ,
GREENE CANANEA COPPER COMPANY
8P CHOCOLATES DIRECT
Ei TromihePN-TONJ,osAnAeles-to YOU .
i 1 Full Pound Sin Igual $ .75
, - i Divjdend No. 4 , ,
1013, to stockholders of record at
3 00 o'clock p. m Monday February
10, 1V13. Transfer books will not be
CHAHLES A DINT AN Treasurer
1 Full Pound Buttermilks 1.C0
2 Full Pourds Buttermilks 1.75
cial circular siMne price ll-vt on various assortments uiwn re
quest The PIN-TON, 427 S. Broadway, Los Anaele. Cal
TVE PAY THE PARCEL POST
ir Full Faunas sn.ipi-
!-' ! &&&Z UTsroriltr! within illradhs M'M
7) t, An,tTfli.'ileo.imly?wiarBnteed o be absolutely poiw
f? fresh. ' Prompt'sblpTDenton Teceint of your remlttailc"
OINB INIQHT ONLY q
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3U
g;uarw-U. OUR NEXT BIG SHOW
First Time Here Evervthinjc New hut the Title.
JUST WHAT YOU ARE WAITING FOR
Bud Fisher's Original Creation,
It's Only Purpose Is to Create LAUGHTER.
IT is the TALK of the Country.
BE SURE and bring? the LITTLE ONES
50 People and all our o wn new scenery.
OUR RECORD RUNS
1 Years in New York. 3 Months in Boston
4 Months fn Chicago.
And good FOR YEARS from the packed houses we
are DRAWING i
Seats are now on sale. Hurry if you want sitting room
Seat on Sale Sunday a t Orpheum
Prices 25. 50, 75 $1.00, SI .50 and S2.00.
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c.
l'rosram canses every day
An hour ct high class, entertainment awalta you at this show noun
DONT FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
j Says Report' Untrue, v - . J '
I ' " AOiFrledelAscSMn-law, of Mr. J.
lng shot Johnson Nicholson, desires
the statement to be made that the
statement published In The Reriow
that when Nicholson carried the Ash-
t.-h,T. CNluilCin DIV.'.V!
K.llfll tt tta
lru AMl.r -wvALfttnr xitflirtbi?ii
...w. ... urf .-v.. -.- V,.w ... --..-
P. J. Vaughn brought ltbo''rchlltj
home after It had ' been struck byj
the automobile, but that she did hoc
learn who he was until after thraq
days had elapsed. cjj