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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, January 29, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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THE BISBEE DAiLY REVrEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1918.
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First Showing of
51,25 $2.00 $3,00
A LAUGH ASSORTMKNT in
this tlr-U shipment f NEGLI
ALJ, ARE PUUN COLORS -white.
Grey. tan. blue, c-ta etc..
In fine roiscttes, pong" and
soft couan SHIRTS thai
will please you.
Jt.00 for all $1."0 values.
$1 r0 for all i 2 & J2.50 values.
A few days only
Our spring lines will soon be
here and we will clean thesp up
in a few davs more selling
better get vours.
AH Winter Pants
Schwartz Bros. Go.
(The Safe Place) (Slain St.)
GEORGE H. NEALE 15 '
STRICKEN AND HIS
CAREER IS ENDED
tfeating Dr. Caveu for re-election. Dur-,
'ing his administration more Impo. t-l
ant public works were inaugurated
'and carried nn toward completion
j than at any other,- period in the his
itory of toe city.
I Mentioned for Bench
t Soon after relinquishing office Mr,
j Neale became HI and from that tlmo
has been an almost constant sufferer.
lyet he remained as be always ,had
""" ' f teen an indefailglble worker tie was
,) r i r .prominently mentioned for a supreme
Uric Of Arizona S MOST oril- judgeship at the first stale election
liant Lawvers and Former but i,!,t W""th iie of the honor
n r D l r- e lecause of big ill health. Recen'ly
Mayor Of BlSbee Dies OI.he was mentions! for the federal
Cerebral Hemorrhaee. .judgeship in case judge sioan's nom-
" jfnation, should not be confirmed.
I Mr Neale was a member of both
the fasons an! the Kits. The latter
John i'.-.uknriL and family of Tomb
ticne. n-'."-! sBscta-lr Lowell vester
day atternoon efilouie to Phoenix
vbr !ia If to" fc'
eiC ll.e. opening of
ll L JrLJ-' JL rmrS mil iiral "-rT cp'
CITY LOSES ONE OF
1 V A lilXTr' IJE'WTnCTV'fro i no Joined n San Diego but transferred
I.CiAlJJiM.1 UCiaillhilM A to the loial lodge about u year ago.
( Mr Neale is survived by his par
George If. Neale. one of the mostfents. Mr and Mrs Henry Neale. and
able and brilliant mejntws of tho A.-l-lby two slsltip, Mrs. (1.-1U MrDl
zona bar and forme.-lniayor of Blsbij .Milwaukee a,nd SUssT Charlotte
aieu at me topper vjueen nospuai s.tfv"e " jiniuua.
seven o'clock yesterday morning as! -
the result of cerebral hemorhage af:-
av hailnv hnn ..-fniiulir II b.Nu I iuf
Saturday No arrangements fo, the'
ulll hA iirfpctnii tndAV llm tnnfhpr
j arrived in Ulsbee Trom San.Diogo the
nigni ueiore n 8 ueaiu ana nis iuiht
is expected tills evening.
Although he had been ill for more
than a year with stomach t.ouble It
'KNIGHTS ME GAME
..r. v..., . A Robert 'lioatiiwn-of-
Mrs. Ned H)iks rettinxjd tn Tnc
oa after a jifftended vlst wlth
friendi in hlcliy.
W R. ChainifJ loaves or ls An i
.celes th'R inamfng o be1 gono several
JdnyH on buslnHk . I 1
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ShrlfT Il:im4! WliHelor ht Tnnili I
stone ii in theCfitJ? oii'ImibIihsss,
Mrs InmeR KJnuey of lh& Sulphur'
Ul.,!.. ..nil.... 1 Jiallf?i Irwlrnrlrf I '
.I'.iiio luiict 1 iniiuTii.iiun ...
Miss Gertie lJouglister of the
j l'helps-Dodge store! in IjweJ,-!ff,Ia.l
up witn a spraipeu afihio..-
ANNO UN CEMENT
J. S. WillJaiip mprned
was not generally known that Mr Neale j prey for the crack Knlghtn of
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 2S.
The President and Mrs. Taft and Miss
Taft were among those in ittendance
today at the wedding of Miss Marga
ret Slgourney Smith, daughter of Rev.
Roland Cotton Smith, D. D., and Mrs.
Smith,"1 and Guy "Emerson of Wash,
ingfon and Boston. The ceremony
was performed in SL John s Church,
of which the father of the bride is
had teen stricken with another ser
ous lllnepg and the announcement of
his death came ail the more as a
, chock to the general public and to his
many friends in the dUtrict and
I through the state. His former Illness
!had made him a great sufferer but
ileapltd this and his frequent indis
position from the painful attacks that
illness produced he still continued tn
the active practice of his profession
conducting some of the most impoit-
cnt cases in the state up to almost
the day of his death. The most recent
or tnese cases mas the tunn'ngbam-
icsteiio litigation but In that case
the briefs Iiave been presented to the
court and his death makes no dlf-
fcrence In the status or the case.
R'ses In Profession
In the dozen years which George
H. Neale has spent in this city hs
rose to the'top of his profession and
v.on the respect and admiration of
colleagues at the bar and of the gen
eral publc by his legal abilities while
as a man he won the friendship of all
alike by his klndheartedness and th3
good spirit to all that he was ev.?r
ready to manifest. Had be retained
h s health there was. hardly a limit
to the honors he might hae expected
to receive either In his profession or
at the hands of the people.
His Earl'er History
George Harcourt Neale as born at
Hallburton. Canada, in 1872. He at
tended school in Canada and later la
San Diego to which city -his parents
moed. After completing his school
course he attended the University of
Virginia where he was graduated at
the age of twenty. He returned to
California and studied law and as
admitted to the bar in Los AngeUs
two weeks befory his twenty-first
birthday. He first practiced in San
Diego and was in the pfflce of Oscar
Trippitt. Later, in the year 1900 he
came to Ulsbee.
In Bishee Mr. Neale was a partner
of Judge I.eaenworth who afterward
became probate judge and died soon
after assuming that office. Later he
was a partnei of present Superior
Judge Kred Sutter, the f'rm name je
lng Neale and Sutter.
Becomes Mayer of City
Mr Neale was elected mayor of
The Graham Colts proved to be easy I ren yesterday Jufler spending several
Colu'n-idays in I'hoetij'ij
bu team in a rather one sided came
of Soccer footLall at the Warren ball i
parK Sunday afternoon. The scora
was 5 to 1
There was splendid weather and a
big bunch of rooters were out w-uo
added rest to the rather poor exhlbi
'Ion of the Colts. The Knights on the
other hand gate a good exhibition oi
the Welsh game the team work ol
Ljons and Joe Doyle being almost un
surpassable. HLUile scored one of the finest
goals of the season. The half hail:
of the Colts was their only redeem
ing feature. Will Johnson was their
best man and A. White, considered
to he their best forward, scored their
only roal. x
Murray was sound In the K. of U.
goals. Capt. Elden was the bettej"
back with Joe Doyle In the lead on
the half. Smith played a fine game
and shows much improvement otr
his previous playing.
Those scoring for the Knights were.
Joe Doyle 2, Lyons, 1, Sam Liddicotie,
1 and Hibble 1.
Capt. J. C Greenway is expeoied to
return to Warren this afternoon after
spending severiilwceks on a hunting
trip. 1 '--.,
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Vote for Women,
A woman may vote as a stockholder
on & railroad from one end of the
country to the other; but If she sells
her stock and buys a house with the
money, has so voice In the laying out
of the road before the door, which her
house is taxed to keep and par for.
George William Carts
Best Cough Medicine for Children.
John Gleesoii and T. Ct Foster, both
prominent mlnlog men of Gleesoii
jvere buslnefes vfSttors in the Cty yes
terday. - , Ip-
Mrs. I. W. Brown, Miss' Beyrl
Brown and-Mrs. V. W. Broof Tuc
son are islting, friends tnhe city
for a short tirnj . v"
Mrs. A. I). WjlLams, wife -of. the
proprietor of the Ford hotel injPhoe-i
nix. Is Wsiting; friends in tne."city.
E. J. Graf, formerly of Graf Bros,
brokers in this city, but now of Tuc
son, was a bnsinet-s visitor In-, the
city jesterday. ,
Charles Cuinoiwtij Of Houghton,
Michigan. is.iiV'the city to -look up
certain mining property In wbich he
John Daniell of Calumet. Michigan,
a prominent raining man. Is In th.j
city on businensi for several d tya.
B. J. Darb) shire, head of the Dar-
bvshire-ll3nle Iron Works, 'of l-.l
l'2o. Is in the "city on business.
Deput Sheriff. "Red" Ga
returned from Tombstone.
Trank ThomaS. cii.irt .. Innueier,
has returned from .i trip tp Globe.
"I am tery filad to say a few words
In'fralse of CSiamb'rlaln', Cough Rem
edy' writes .Mrs. Uda Dcyvoyv Mil
waukee, Avis. I Jiare used it jor,
years both for my children,and my-' Leaves Fcr New York
self and it never falls tovrclleve and! U E. Montgomery accomianled by
cnra?a cough or cold. No family with Sirs- Montgomery left for New YorK
children should be without it as it city yesterday, where Mr Montgomery
gives almost immediate relief in cases la to undergo treatment by several
of croup." Chamberlain's Cough" Rem- we'l known special sts.
edy Is pleasant and safe to take, which j T-
is of great importance when a medi-' ,., ,- JppTVf n APTTVPC!
cine must be given to young children, li' llKbiU, IA1 li &
For sale by all dealers. Advertiso-
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llUf' MONDAY AM
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m I'f-rii- i iiii Arn ,w
!is the day Set For f
A WORLD OF .H
mm Profit Sharing I I
Mi Q 1 Jill
II D3IC t Jl
II v " " ine Biggest sale . If.
if of its kind, we will offer very ex- M
If ceptional values. I M
II ' I I ' $1
I 1 1 See Muslins Now on Display J
M w m Show Windows jMrni:
Blsliee on the democratic ticket de- ment.
ARE IX. CHICAGO
'" ifeSt North and South Wif
i? Join hands to make
hi 1 Breakfast Porridge Km mm
7 , rT P08 Tavern Special mm
A tasty blend of Northern Wheat and Corn m
and Southern Plice. , . lr m
I 5 Sweet, Flavoury, Nourishing. T fl
lO "1 A Ciftod Old-Fasliioned Porridae triat everv I mXm
I 2 5 one would relish for Uf n I m
li S will m.
li J Tomorrow's Breakfast m mi
r jl At Grocers everywhere. V s
f ' fif Postuai Cereal Co. Ld Battle Creek. Mich. , h
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Brief Local Items
Three "Floaters" Float.
Three vagrants, known to the police
as noaters. who were arrested on I
Monday, were brought up in Justice
High's off ce yesterday. They we.-e
told to leate town or nay a heavv fine
and five minutes after the order they
Servian Club Meets Sunday.
It has been decided that the Ser
Uan club will meet next Sunday to
make arrangements for sending a
further contribut.on to- the Red Cross
fund In the Balkans. The meeting
was scheduled for last Sunday, but
Lecture at Church.
Rev E. G Decker, of the :Methodist , kna-
church, will deliver a lectin e at 7. .50'
o clock this evening at the church on
The Life or Isaac." The leetu.e will
be illustrated with special Iews se
cured especially for the talk. All are
invited to attend.
Taken to Tombstone.
Roy Cochrin recently found gulliy
of passing several worthless checks
on local '-merchants, was taken to the
county jail in Tombstone yesterdiv.
he having been unable to furnish
Corporation Commission to Meet.
A meeting of the Arizona State Cor
poration commission will be held In
this city on February 13. General cor
poration matters, including a hearing
in the water" rate matter, will be taK
en up. The meeting will be held in
thejcity hall building.
Deputy Sheriff "Red" Gannon has re
turned from Tombstone. He was ut
the county seat to testify In a case
that came up before the superior court
Baby Boy Arrives.
A baby boy has arrived at the home
of Mr and Mrs. Martin Uealis, of
Married This Morning.
SI J Hagan, formerly assistant
post master at the RIsbce post office,
and Miss Alma Itzweire. also of this
c ty, will be married this morning at
the Catholic church. The services
will be held early so that the young
couple can catch the morning train
for the west
Fix Building in Lowell.
The old brick warehouse on he
main street in Lowell is undergoing
extensive improvements preparatory
to Its occupancy by the Superior Bak
ery company which i3 now located In
Tucson Auto Party Here
Body is Shipped.
ine ioay oi ineoaore, tne imam
son of Mr. and Sirs. O. G. Klrchner,
who died on Sunday nlghtf was ship
ped last night to the family burying
lot at Hanson, Ky. .
Ie Proud Father.
Attorney John Slason Ross is the
proud father of a 0 1-2 pouni boy
which was torn to him yesterday.
Both the mother and child are report
ed as doing well.
Mr. and Sirs. R, E. Stephens, Mrs.
F. D. Warren, Sirs. T. H. Sheldoa.
u of Tucson arrived In the city in a
big touring car yesterday and spent
several hours in tne city seeing me
various points of Interest and left for
Douglas late in the afternoon.
Returns From Mexico.
B. A Tovrea, the local butcher, ac
companied by a party, returned from
an extended buying trip in Mexico
late last night. Sir. Tovrea reports
that cattle are in very poor condi
tion and that It was almost Impossible
to get any real good beef cattle.
At the Copper Queen: Henry Rap-
Los Angeles, John Kelse. Cananea
I C Barclay, Douglas; Sirs. W. F
Brown, Tucson; Sliss Beryl Brown.
Tucson, D. H. Carpenter, El Paso;
D. Ratten baum, San Antonio; B.
J Darbyhire, El Hso; H. S. Manuel,
El Paso; O. SI, FltchWitchlta, Kan.,
W D. JlerW," Xewton, Kan.; ST.
Seed, ,N'ew York.
At the Philadelphia: W. H. Allen,
Douglas, D. 'A. E. Fuller, Douglas;
A. J. Stills. Tucson; James F. Nortln,
Douglas; H. A- King. San Diego; S.
L. Cunningham, El Paso- Thomas J.
Wallace Lob Angeles,
Released on Bond.
Jack Cousins, who was arrested
early in the week on a charge of non-
sunnort. was released yesterday Jr
JJustice Thomas" court on bonds of
$500. His case will come up In the
superior court at Tombstone.
Ashby Hearing Todayt -
John Ashbv, charged, with assault
with intent to kill. will. t,o given a
prel.minary hearing at'l o'clock this
afternoon in Justice Smith's court, in
l-owell. The prosecution will be con
ducted by D. S Commissioner J. U
Taylor, who is acting during the at
sence of Assistant District, Attorney
Slurry, who Is at Tombstone,
Ladies Play Tennis. '
Mesdames P. II. Buckwalter, Frank
Bledsoe, Will Solomon anil H. S. Hoi
lis comprised a tennis party at the
Warren District Country jClub yester
day afternoon. Mrs Buckwalter' and
-Mrs. Bledsoe won the odd-game. The
ladles were taken to the chib-In a
special car which also rejurned for
them later in the evening,
To Ob'erve Arbor Day.
Pupils in alUtne city schools .ire
busy"memorizing songs arfd poems to
be recited und sung on Arbor Day. A
special booklet containing; suggestive
programs have been furnished Iho
schools, by the-state boartf of educa
tion and these are betng closely lol
lowed' by all the teachers )n the Cen
tral school, besides the set program,
there will he talks and a general
cleaning up of the school groUuds
after the exercises.
Scoop at Royal.
Owing to a typographical error, the
picture, entitled "Scoop" , is being
shown at the Royal theater and not
at .the Orpheum theater as stated in
yesieraay s pajpr.j otuuj - "j
cub, which tm"" newspaper language
means a tyro, a beginner, or any oth
er word as long as it is forcible. The
picture unfolds an Interestlnttale of
newspaper life. Scoop i'wmo re
porteres but she finally decide that
a wealthy husband and a fine home
are more pleasing to thJ heart than
rmvidlne the public with sensation
to be taker, with the morning coffee.
No man is
The Medical Adviser by
It. V. Pierce, M. D., Buf
falo, N. Y. anticcra hosts
of delicate questions
about which every man
or woman, single or mar
ried ought to know. Sent
free on receipt of 31 one
cent stamps to pay for
wrapping and mailing.
LtTL tn .Teat.--, cthleta have dyspepsia and his
strength will soon fail. One's etamimi force
fullness and strength of mind or muiclo
depend upon the blood, and the b!o-d in turn,
requires a healthy stomach, for the stomach is the
laboratory where the food is dusted and such ele
ments arc .taken up or assimilated which maha
blood. In consequence all the orjrans of the body,
such ns heart, lungs, liver and kidneys, as well as
the nervous system, feci tho bad effect if the stom
ach is deranged.
Br. Pierce's Golden
h!pi the tomch to dist f-joj properly, starts tie
liver into new tetirity, removing the poisons from tho
blood, and the varies organs get rich, red blood, in
stead of being illy nourished. The refreshing influence
of this extract of nslive medicinal plants has been
favorably known for over 40 years. Everywhere
some neighbor can; tell you of the good it has dona.
Sold by "II medicine dealers In Hqnld or tablet lonni
or snd SO nne-eent stamps to Dr. Pleree, Invalids
Hold. Buffalo, and a trial b.ox viM be mailed yen.
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