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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, FE BRUARY 4, 1913.
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BANK THIEF IS
NOW III GUSTODY
(pfficcr Brooks Makes Record
Round-up of Man Want-
ed in New Mexico
f Sheriff Due Today
TO FIGHT EXTRADITION
f Ouo of the quickest arrests of a
"wanted" man ever maile tn Ulsbee
gas carried through by Officer Ilrooks
on Saturday. The facts In the case
were not given out until yesterday, a
order to Kivelme for all the lesal
, -'fAt 8 o'clock Saturday morning Mar
shal Watklns received a wire from ft.
IX Roberts, sheriff of McKintay co-m-ty,
Xew Mexico, asking for the appre
hension of John Schulez. wjmeu in
Gallup, JT. M., for larceny. The de
scription of the man was turned ojer
to Officer Urooks at 9 o'clock and by
4 o'clock In the afternoon he had lo
'cated his man and had him in jail
,iXMidlnK o the telcKran uom
SUerlfT Roberts, Schulez. w'-j Js -e-'Scribed
as teing about 32 ears of ae.
live feet seven inches tall and weign
ing ICO iKunds, Is wanted m Gallup
for the alleged stealing of 1250 in
cash. The cash was proerty of the
First National bank of that city aai
the robbery occurred on May 23 last.
Brooks located his man in the John
sen Addition and made the arrest.
When first arrested Schulez mad
the statement that he would not Ogbt
extradition to Xew Mexico but voult
go; with the sheriff as. soon a tl
latter arrived. I.ater he declared he
would not go and said that be would
fight extradition. He was taken before
Judge Smith, of Lowell, yesterday
"morning, when a complaint was Rvuirh
out,' and he will be given a hear'ng
In that court at 2 o'clock tomonow
afternoon. Sheriff Roberts, of McICin
Uy county, is expected to arrive in
the city today
- 15 FOOTBAL L G1E
In a game bristling with brilliant
playing, the Tombstone Canjon Stars
on Sunday tied the former Lowell
champs, score C to 6 Though of the
rough and tumble rariet3 some of
the finest playing that Soccer fans
'have ct enjoyed was produced bv
both, teams. It looked at first as if
tlie Stars would run oft with the game,
lnitthe-.Lottell boys managed to pull
out in the last eight minutes.
The sitars had Incentive to win and
. -slop the rising carfer of their most
bitter foes bj reason of the latter s
.slick finger work In taking their late
captain and vice captain from their
ranks Although if was necessary to
call out all the reserves to tie the
KCdre, the fans were well satisfied
s with the result
A splendid example was set by
, "11111)-" Johnston, a trup sport and
.a fine player, who was ably assisted
by Liddlcote-aml Nortlimore. Doughsr-
Jy and Rolheny were splendid defend
, era and Ashman and Thomas did
.good forward work. Lowery did
fairly well in goal. John Tiled was a
- host to himsejf. Lomas was the best
.half lack. Mitchell, on the left wing.
vtis an Improvement. There was no
. choice among the forwards.
Scprers for the Stars, were Hope
and Thomas, for the Lowell United
Crow and Johnston
. Honest Advice to
Somehow there eilt a vit amount of
Kn-BtlcUm as to tbe possibility of curing
Consumption. We Mate none lint facta,
mlj are ulnrere In what we aert.
t v,r were afflicted with Toherculosl.
we suoald do preclely what we nsfc
J. otbers to do take fttonn'a Alterative
promptly and faithfully Tne reason we
abonld lo thU nnd warrant we hare
, for attnfr all Connnmptires to tflte.
It5 1 that we haT the reports ot many
reroreriea. one of which follow-
" 1619 fto iiehanna. Are I hlla.. Pa.
"Gentlemen For two year I waa af
flleted with bemorrhaKeK of tbe longs,
tbe nmntier totaled nearly one hundred.
Onr family pliynlclln aiiTined another
climate, a to remain would probably be
fatal. IIoweTer. I remained, and In Feb
ruary of 1SU2. I waa taken with a severe
.attack, ot pneumonia. When I recovered
sufficiently to walk almut the house I was
left with a frightful baekins .eniiKh,
which do medicine I had taken eonld alle.
Ttate. It was at this lime. March. l'rz.
' that I learned of and started taking'
' Eekmao's Alterative In a abort tint
my rough was gone and I was pronounced
well. Since that time I have had two
ellztit attacks of pneumonia and I bare
resorted to no ether medicine to enot a
"I am at present in excellent health and
feel, that as lone as I nn obtain lic
mait'a Alterative. I haTe no fear of Con
snmptlon. I cannot speak too highly fr
tbe good it has done"
fSigned) IIOVVAKD U KLOTZ.
Ecfcman' Alterative is effective In Itroo
ehitls. Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat and
Lung Troubles, and In nptroUdlngr the
system Does not contain poisons, opiates
or bablt-fovmlntr drncs Ask for booklet
telHog of recoveries, and write to Bckman
Ijtwratory rbluidclphla Pa for more evi
dence. For sale by ail leading- druggists
lowell Drug Co., in Lowell
e uiine joesu xieia
i That is
I 1 MWt
TO HOLG BOWLING
TROPHY FOfi BISBEE
That Is Purpose of Team Or
ganized for Three Game
Contest with Douglas
The Y. JL C. A. bowling team,
which will defend the Blsr.eo-Douglis
perietual bowling trophy, has been
formed It makes the showing of an
exceptionally strong team. The aver
age of all candidates for place was
kept and the team .s made up of the
seven men having the highest stand
ing, the first five to constitute the
team and the last two to act as sub
stitutes. The following is the line up .of the
team- Davis, Kitchei, Brown. Amos
and White; Subs., Warren and Jones.
Next Saturday the first game will be
played, at Douglas. The series will
consist of three games, two of which
are to be at Douglas and one at Ills
bee. The team winning two but cf
the three games will land the cup
for one year. The cup last ear was
won y Ulsbee. A "scrub" team has
been organized at the Y. and the
bowling team will practice with them
each night this week so as to be in
first class condition for the game on
MH BEST in
COMING SCHOOL PHI
No little Interest Is being dis
played by the students of the Uls
bee High School, the pup'ls of the
tentral School, and parents of the
pupils, in the proiosed production of
Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's
Dream" which is to be Produced by
the senior class next Friday evening.
A special orchestra has been "secured
to play the beautiful Mendelsohn ac
companiment, including the Overture
Shcrzo. Intermezzo. Spring Song,
Wedding March and the incidental
The performance Is given for the
benefit of the High School Athletic
association who are in need'of funds
to carry" on their work, which not only
includes the support of the varsity
team but tends to encourage athletics
In all the schools. The performance
promises to be an improvement over
the production given last May, which
was pronounced a big success and an
artistic treat. Tne actors and actress
es are being coached by a former lead
fng man with the Ben Greet Players,
who have a record of e.xcellent pre
sentations of the Shakespearean fairy
play before many delighted audiences.
OVER THOUSAND SEE
Sundav night the Lowell Theatre
seated 1.126 people during its even
ing performance, which is the strong
est argument of tbe theatres popular
ity that could be introduced. People
go to Lowell theatre because thero
they see the very best motion pic
tures produced in the district and at
i the same time enjoy the refined com
fort or this perfectly appointed house
I The Warren district has fallen in'o
line with the rest of the country and
gone daft over motion pictures, whlth
.appeal to the public taste in severwl
jwavs. allowing a view of foreign peo
i pie. costumes and manners, frequent
ly showing superb acting and remark
able stage settings, presenting a
splendid line of comedy, and giving
a highly instructive insight into many
oddiUes and novelties of the civilized
world, which without the moving pic
tures, the public would be compelled
The new program" for today and lo
morrow contains a great variety of
photoplays, six itr number "Trap
ping the Conspirators," a prehistoric
drama; "An Old Appointment" tie-
Ipictihg an old millionaire and his
I travels through Europe In search of
this. old schoolmate whom he had proirr
J Ised to meet on their seventyth birth
day; -wnen Joeyi was On Time, an
excellent story for the children; "His
Western Way" a real cowboy story;
"The Mummy and The Cowpunchcrs, '
a splendid comedy: and "Strange
Places and Quaint People In New
york" showing the foreign section or
New York city and Interesting views
of the Syrian quarters at Battery
nark the Italian and French districts.
nlMti.nanna r'iitwint rm rnA t,A f.m. '
vtu. tauc vu.k vi ., aim h!JG tttU
oils Jewish section in Hester street
The above review merely explains In
part a portion of the Lowell's fine pro-
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money IC
PAZO OINTMENT fails to enre any
case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In C to 14 days.
5v cents. 419
the Best of Average
But The Best
the reason Ferndell brand
Goods are scf delicious and
always give satisfaction
J. B. Angius Fooed w'
Foremost Among; the Mining
Centers That Have Ben
efited from Improved
Times in Industry
The prosperity of Bisbeo, Its con
stantly Increasing activities In min
ing find consequently In all other di
rection i, its splendid .industrial and
living conditions, are themes that min
ing, publications In particular and
newspapers of the west in general
have had a good deal to sa about in
the last several months.
A result o ftlds publicity Is that
wherever onc may go' in the west at
the present tiro", illsbee Is Immedi
ately mentioned when towns enjoying
exceptionally good conditions come
up for discussion. They are all hear-
iting about ni3bee and all kuow thai
It Is among the foremost of the min
ing confers that have benefited from
impiovcd times with relation to the
"When jou put it that way, jou gev.
me correct," was the declaration of
G. T Ingram, prominent automobile
dealer and racing man of the Pacific
coast who camo in from I.os Angeles
Sunday night lor a brief look around,
going to Douglas yesterday and from
tin-re expecting to continue to El
"I eanie out to U!uee," said Mr.
rIlgram, "because on a recent trip up
. c.i. t. i.h nnri other coun.
to Salt Lpke, llutto and other coun
try of the northwest, I heard general
talk about Ulsbee. Globe and Douglas.
Everybody up that way seemed to
kuow about much Increased prosper
ity and broadened mining and busi
ness activities down here, and I came
out to see for myself. From wnat i
have gathered and seen on the way,
I am free to say thnt your boosters
abroad are underdoing rather than
overdoing, which Is a good way to
"Of course Los Angeles and San
Francisco boost you all the time, to
say nothing of San Dltgo, where I re
cently ran across the grandest Bisbec
looster of tbem. all In .a .former busi
ness man of your town, George Bux
ton, now engaged in seeing how fast
he can pile up money through selling
San Diego pro erty at profits thai
neople around there say are golnp to
put him in the millionaire class.
George is pure some hustler."
Beyond saying that he was out to
look around and that he hoped Cali
fornia, Arizona and New Mexico would
soon get together on a highway that
aiP make auto trips out here from
the coast the thing of daily pleasure.
i Mr Ingram had nothing to say That
the visit will have future important
I bearing on automobile activities in
the state, however, is a guess that Is
I not likely to fall wrong
DESERT LAND AGTIVITY
Continued activity In the ntwij
opened San Pedro valley tract is
shown by the filings for homestead
made with United States Land Com
missioner. Ta lor. During the month
of January n total of twenty-three fil
ing? were made, the greater number
bt.ng on San Pedro lands.
The San Pedro tract has Just re
cently been dpened by the govern
ment. It is located just west of Here
ford and Is a six male square tract,
embracing Township 22, south range
21 ast Besides the filings JthereJ
nave been many inquiries, regarding
the tract. A few of the twenty-three.
filings recorded represented Sulphur;
Springs valley land.
Much of the San Pedro land basd
been lied upon by Californians. They
made their tilings last fall and, ah
they most be on the land six months
after tiling, many of them are now
living on the land. It !s expected that
by the middle of tho summer the
tract will bo; well settled.
Exclusive Agency for the celebrated
vVurlltier" Automatic Musical In
struments for Skating Rinks and Mov.
'ling Pictures Theaters. Write for free
EL PASO PIANO COMPANY.
Oldest Piano House In El Paso, Texas
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tate LAXATIVE nitOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money IX
it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sis
j.ahire Is one each box. 25c Adver
Tor full particulars of the Febrrt
nry funiituro sale, fee the Plfelps
Dodge advertisement on Page Eight
lu tomorrow's us.ue cf the Review
Don't r!k deafoeti! Get a. Tie or!
tobe ot Koodoo, the orl?ta&! and retrains
l!Tiil JeRj. L It ainctcd SMUKtlia
bsaial rfntt. koadea'p brran Intut rvtMf
liT TOlBr u ffcnnf etarrb7 rtonie
u mumea nicmDrD. 9j mm t tmw
rtftci-i. bold tr mftf vei7 6rszlt. flmp!
KONOOM MFC CO Mta
5 Telephone 5
Will give you one of the Best
Bargain Box Sales
.Ever given in Bisbee
Watches,, Jewelry, Silverware
Chaffing Dishes Two Diamond Rings
r ' EVERY BOX HAS A PRIZE
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
Steel Pressed by Bears - Oil
Stocks Spurt on Divi
dend Early Rally
DOSTON. Feb. X The market
shoned a little strength in the eany
dealings due to short covering in an-l
ticipatlon of a decision by the su
preme court in the Minnesota rato
case. After announcement was made
that no decision would be handed
down, prices saggec, off and closed
about tho lowest of the 'lav.
The United Shoe Machinery gam
ed about five points on favorable de
cisions and closed near the top.
There Is still hope of a settlemc.it
of llalkan difficulties this week, but
advise from this we see nothing 'to
warrant any immediate upward move
ment. PALNE WEBI1ER & CO.
Local curb Issues dull and unchan-
Total sales New York 311,800. Mon
ey 2 1-2 per cent. Metal IC 1-2.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Feb. 3.
(L. J. Overlook)
Amalgamated ..jt..jS. ..
lirooklvn Rapid Transit .... ui
Baltimore and Ohio 102 vs
Chesapeake and Ohio 78 t-2
Canadian Pacific 240
Great Northern 12S 1-2
Interboro Common 19
Lehigh Valley 162
l-oulsvllle and Nashville 140
Missourr Pacific 41 1-s
Northern Pacific .... Iia5-S
New York Central 10S1-2
Reading 1G5 3-J
Rock Island 24 1-8
Steel Common Gl l-s
Steel ITd 108 :-X
St. Paul 112 1-4
Squthern Pacific 10CU-4
Union Pacific 1G1
July T. . A ai
March 1 12.27
Aliouez .... 40
Butte Superior 36
Centennial , . 17
Calumet and Hecla 500
Calumet and Arizona CG 1-1
Copper Range ...'..fi 473-4
East Butte , 14 1-f
uranoy ...... ..... ... uj
Greene Cananea 83-4'
GIroux ' .,,... .... 31-S
Goldfield ., ,... .- 2 1-S 1
Hancock .,.. .g..'... 22
Helvetia '. . .?J ... 75
todland t--- l-
Inspiration" Consolidated . .. 17
Isle Royale m&'" "S3"'
Lake ..'. & ' -
Lasalle .... & .. 5
Miami .jr.... 233-t
Mohawk I G4
Mason Valley 81-2
North Butte 303-4
.North Lake 21-2
Old Dominion GO
Old Colony fi 1-2
Phelps Dodge 218
Qulncy . 74
Ray Consolidated 191-2.
.Superior Boston? 41-8
Utah Consolidated .. 102-4
Utah Copper '.....,.. ,'f 54 1-8
Nevada Consolidated ; IS 3-8
Wolverine .' G8
Ch'.r.o V..' 421-2
Alaska Gold 16
B. and A. ........ ... .. .. 4
B. and L. 36
TbeHome of Refined
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
Program for Tuesday
6- PHOTO PLAYS -6
"TRAPPING THE CONSPIRA.
"AN OLD APPOINTMENT"
"WHEN JOEY WAS ON
A story of a child's bravery.
"HIS WESTERN WAY"
Real Cowboy story
"THE MUMMY AND THE
"STRANGE PLACES AND
QUAINT PEOPLE IN
. a vyrc.
Sunday and Monday
, Feb. 9 and 10
Denn - 3.4
Davis Daly 171,
Elenita ax ;
Kerr Iake 2 3.1
Lucky Tiger . .'. ji.
North Tigre 9
Oneco 1 .v)
Ray Central 2 1-
Rainbow Der. 10
San Antonio 31.2
S. V. Miami ... .. 312
Savannah "bid ..1 2
Tonopah 1 g
Tonopah Relnum .k Sl-S
West End 140
Warrior 1 l-s
Calumet Oil 3U
Baltimore oil 4.1
Verde Exten SO
"or etirai.rdinnry t.ood valuer vis
it the furniture department . of tho
Phelps Dodge store, Wednesday, Feb
the 5th. Our annual furniture sale
then commences. Advertisement
Things Do Not
But are the result of the in
telligent work of a healthy
-body and brain
'But body and brain can
not do their- best work un
less nourished and built up
on the right kind of food.
is a well-balanced food
made of wheat and barley
and contains the vital food
elements in form for easy
It (.meets Nature's re
quirements ' for building
strong bodies and active
When these are healthy
a person is equipped to
i, "There's a Reason"
-rue unuc nc mr.u r. ass
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra ;
Elbert Veale Director
-The Great Divide- Maurice
"Derlin wle en welnt und Lacht"
"Charge of the Light Hrigado"
Pictures at 7 Shari) A contlnrous
Matinees Tuesday, Friday, Satur
day and Sunday ct 2 p m.
The Show They're All Talking About
HALL SISTERS I CARL KAREY
Harmony Sinning and Dancing. In Planologuo
"PATHE WEEKLY No. 50." "JOHN CARETTO'S ESCAPE," "A
Complete change of Vaudeville and Pictures Even- Wednesday and
TWO SHOWS TONIGHT STARTING 7:15
Prices Always 10c-15c-25c Phone 360
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show bouse
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
SEUMAS MAC MANUS
A Merry Ramble Round Ireland
Illustrated With 110 Stereopticon Views
Thursday Evening, February 6th, 8 p. m.
ADMISSION 50 Cents
: REAL ESTATE and RENTALS
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service
have been bought in large lots by me before the an
nual raise in price. See loose stones in front win
dow. Mounted ones in side window. My guaran
tee is 90 per cent on the $1.00.
L. L. OILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. &$. W. Ry.
OPENED JAN. I st 1913
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In, oil the WEST
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.
PICTURES FOR TUESDAY,
"PATHE'S WEEKLY NO. 51"
Showing real battle scenes nt the
battle of Lulle Burgas. Thes?
scenes vere taken ori tho firing
line and are the best yet secured
of the Balkan war.
"THE VINTAGE OF FATE"
Dramatic tale of California.
-THE NEW SQUIRE"
A etrong, vlrilo sural drama.
"JINX'S BIRTHDAY PARTY"
''SHE'S A PIPPIN"
A slap-banK-whooP-em-up pair of
pleasure producers teeming wita
ludicrous side-splittlns surprises
Property ' With
at the NEW.
ZOO OUTSIDE BOOMS
ISO WITH BATH
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CAFE ' fANK t CRAT1PT0N, IT6R. I
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