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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
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Brief Local Items
Eagles Hold Frolic.
An Interesting program of sports,
Including a s x round boxing match
between local favorites, a smoker,
speech-making, and "eats," was enjoy
ed iy a l.rge numler of Kagles and
tbeir invited friends, at their nest in
Fair Hall last night. Everything went
off splcnd dly and an evening of Rood
fellowship and rejoicing ensued
BOXING BOUTS TONIGHT
PROMISE FINE SPORT
An exceptionally good canl u.11 be
offored tonleht at the Ml' . lox
or. Thero will be limits in the light
weight. oltorweiKht and middle
The ojcnlns bout -n ill be between I
iiugnes anu vasuenuer and will be in
the lightweight class. Kreeaian and
I'orthouse, also lightweights, will
Stage the second bout. All four iwh
stand high in the tournament and
fcome good bouts are expected.
Th welterweight scrap will bo lio
tween Witflg and Mct'ulloagh These
men hae not been in the contest long
but both have shown excellent form.
The final tout, in the middleweight di
vision, will le between Bateman and
Foranlc It is exacted that this
match will be one of the best of tli?
The touts will be of three two min
ute rounds each, with one minute in
termission The flist bout will !
called prompt!) at S o clock Spier
Wr 11 referee the matches and Canta n
Hodgson and I)r llauley will act -8
the judges. Tho bouts tonight mark
the opening contest of the last month
of the tournament, which ends March
ATTENTION K. P
All members and vlsiMnbrothen)
of llathbona 1oUku No. ,H)uio re
vested to met at K. 1. Hall Tues
day. Feb. 4. t 1:30 p. m. to attend
funeral of ltro. "Win. 'Mathews.
. W. K. CALRY.
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Don't fail to take advantage of tho
great reduction in prices on splendid
lurnltiiro at the I'helps Dodge store
Sale startB tomorrow. Advertisement
Members of Lily Temple Xo. 3,
Pythian Sisters, are requested to meet
at Iyth!an Castle Tuesday 1 p. m..
to attend the funeral of Wm. Mathews
: Need Good Bowels
Remove To Warren.
Fred Juliff, now a resident of South
Uisbee. is expecting to remote bU
family to Warren in tho near, future.
The Jultffs will occupy tho Jack Ol
son house which has, remained vacant
for the past several .weeks.
Curbing Arizona. Street.
The work of curbing Arizona street
In Warren was recently commenced
by the Warren Improvement company,
It Is planned to also hae a wide ce
ment Bhle-walk with open spaces left
for grass and flowers. At present,
the work is confined to the section, of
land lying (South of the C and t
Two Justice Court Cases. '
Two Mexicans, charged with dis
turbing the peace, were brought be
fore Justice Thomas jestenUy. Each
was fined $10. ,
Unprecedented Business Done.
Never before in the history of the
loell store of the Phelps-Dodge
Mercantile company- .according to Us
manager, Allie Soules, was there as
much business done In so short a
time as that store enjoyed yesterday
j morning. The cause of the unusual
amount of business was a- clearance
Mile of white goods. In less than two
j hours, the complete brock wus sold,
consisting of more than t lie thousand
pit coa. livery clerk In the store. In-
eluding tin office force, whs em-
' ployed to handle the crowds. Tho
sale wji extiuh el) advertised.
William Mathews Dies.
William Mathews, a resident of His-
boo for then past six years, and 42
jeurs old. tiled at bib borne in War
ren enrly Sundaj morning after a
lingering Illness which bad kept him
to hik1eli for the 'fast Several
months. Mr. Mathews leaves, a wife
and daughter, who,! a student of the
insuee mgti scnboi. a nroiner, in
ao.un yunca, anu numerous relations
it) iiiurriagf, in mis cu). ine lunen
httr-wtU be held at- the Pythian Castle
at 2.30. this afternoon under the au
spices of the Knights of Pythias, ot
which he wat. a; member, with tho
Jteverend Decker officiating, llnrlal
will be made in T-vergreoj cemetery
On account of the funeral of Anton
Sujcic, the scheduled meeting of the
Servian club, to have been held on
Sunday, was K)ttponed. The meeting
will probably lie held next Sunday.
Four Disturbing Peace Cases
Four disturbing tlie peae cises
were heard yesterday by Judge High
In jKllce court. Three were given
fines of $7.50 each and one was committed.
At tho Copper 'tiueen: I. M. Ileebe,
Los Angeles: M. O, Hose. Chicago;
Vr- 51. MInshell. Douglas; It. Curt
nick. Douglas, George M. Douglas,
Douglas; August Sandbcrg, City: A. A.
Hallberg. Chicago; J. J. O'Nell. Los
Angeles; H. K. Cdldbaum. Cleveland.
At the Philadelphia: J H, Mackey,
Tucson; H. W. Jones. Douglas: P. .1.
Wheeler, San Diego; James J. Muii-
cy, HI Paso; J. J. Patterson. Cananea;
A. T Overlock. El Paso: Thomas F.
Parker. Yuma. A J Powers, Tucson
L. W. Hanson; Chicago. J H. .Cu-
gan Cananea; J. L Ford, Cananea
Order Seenty-eight Boxes.
An order lor seventy-eight loe'e
boxes, to be added to the Lowell
post office, was sent to the manufac
turer ypsterday. The new lock boxes
are badly needed In Lowell as there
is now not an empty box 'to be found.
The boxes will bet installed in an ex
tension of tho present sections.
Give a Mild Laxative OccasA
tonally to Insure Regular
As a child grows older it reottires
wore and more persona! attention
from., the mother, and as the func
IJohs of the bojvels are of the ut
most Importance to health great at
tention shculd lie pa Hi to them.
Diet Is of great importance, and
tho mother should watch the effect
ol cerjain roods A food will consti
pate one and t.oi another, and so we
Kave it healthy food UKe eRg caus
ins filliousness to thousands, and a
viliolosonie fniit like bananas const!
PaUng many. It 's also to.be con
sidered that the child is growin
constipated most of the time cntll
aftid great changes are taking place rh earn him ih- nniiiweir Svnn
in .me young man or young woman
Tho system lias not yet settled Itself
te its later routine.
. A very raluablo remedy at thU
stage, and one which every growing
hoy and girl should be given otter or
occasionally accord ins to the'.Indlvid
Ob! circumstances is Dr Caldwell's
?? Ler'n- ;rhlE ?Ja.t a"d.!fi" bn5L,f",?' S2' a,nd-""air condition. Twb car-loads of the
I'epsln. Since using this remedy ha
has never been constipated.
The iso or Dr. Caldwell's Srnip
Pepsin will teach you to avoid ca
thartics, salts and pills as they arc
too harsh for the majority and their
Troops Are Delayed.
Owln? to the unsettled conditions
at Ft Huachuca. the troops of tho
Ninth cavalry w-ho were supposed to
have come to Warren yesterday, have
been delayed at the fort another day.
Assurance Is given that they will bo
In Warren late thii evening and en
camp there for the evening before
departing for other posts.
Two Realty Transfers.
Judge M. C. High reports the fol
lowing realty transfers, the sales be
ing made by him: James Wood and
wife, of Douglas, to James I llronks,
37 feet 9 Inch frontaje on O. K
Avenue. Martin O. Maltey anJ vif
to Mrs. M. K. Terrebonne, house and
lot on Schtol Hill, consideration
Justice Smith, of I,owell, last night
carried Raymond D. Nicott! and Miss
Anita Munoz, both or Naco . Tha
young couple drove up from Naco,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell. Mr. "Icottl Is customs broker
for the Southwestern railroad
Mexican Cattle Arrive.
E. A. Tovrea and John Treu, local
butchers, received five car loads of
Mexican cattle yesterday, a large per
centage of which "is to be consumed
effect is only temporary. Syrup Pep- i w , ..M ""'""T
uin hHn. Lrm,t ;it. ,,i Vy local people. The cattle- were in
tonic combined, so mild that It is
airen to: little babies, and yet equally
etfective in the most robust consti
tution. At the firbt sign of a tenden
cy to conciliation give a small dose
of'Synlti Pepsin at night on retiring,
and. prompt action will follow in the
morning. It not onlv acts on the
stomach and bowels hut its tonic
lfopertles build up and 'strengthen
the system generally Mrs. Henry
ltabler. an Dyne. Wis writes that
lfer" little son, llelvtn ltabler was
can bo conveniently obtained of any
nearby druggist at fifty cvnts and
one dollar a bottle. Results are al
ways guaranteed or money will be
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you
would like to make a personal trial
of it before buying it in the regular
cattle were shipped to Kt. Huachuca,
where r. Tovrea conducts a butcher
shop. underthe patronage of the gov
eminent for its troops.
Orpheum Bill Pleases.
Several large audiences greeted the
Hall Sisters, a. pair of singing and
dancing commediennes. and Carl Ka
way of a druggist. Fend vour address , rev tn a piap0loguo and singing
a KstaI will do to W B Caldwell.
417 Washington St Montlccllo, 111
and a free sample will be mailed you
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sketch at the Orpheum Theater both
Sund.iv and Monday nights. The bill
Is a ccod one and was heartllv ai
I plauded fiy tne audience. Several reels
of motion pictures were also shown.
New Warren Residents.
Mrs. Travers and Mrs, L. A. Mur
ray and child of Chicago,, have taken
apartments' In the. Kruger fiats In
Varrcn for the remainder of the win
ter. The trio are here for Mrs. Mur
ray's health and should the climate
benefit her, they will tremain Indefl-j
niieiy. Airs, i ravers anu Airs. .Mur
ray are friends ot Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Kelley of Warren.
Council to M;eet
The regular monthly -meeting of the
citr council will be held tonight at
(he c'ty hall bjllding. The playgioond
matter ana general mistness will corre
Rece'ves Auto Shipment.
The Disbec Auto company has re-
jcehed two Stndebaker autos, the fint
ui a. BuifiuBui vi vie'iw ine ocner six
will arrive In about a week. The
cars are of the latest 1913 mode!, one
being a twenty-five and the other a
jthlrty-five horse power.
Richard Goldswortliy, of San Ber
nardino. CaL, has written Postmaster
Cassidy asking that he help locate
bis brother, Ceorge E.f Goldsworthy,
who is supposed to he In Risbee. Ac
cording to the letter George Golds
worthy left San Bernardino about a
ear ago and has not' "been heard from
Soccer Fans Give Dance.
The Soccer fans will give a dance
In the Odd Fellows' hall on Saturday
night, February S. for the benpfit of
r James Johnstone, an old player of the
Lowell clnb, who has been ill for the
past three years. The officials wish
all fans to rally on Saturday evening
and show their appreciation of a fine
sport and playr ,
Funeral of Adam Grimm.
Adam Grimm, d residen of Bis
bee for the last five years and a half,
and previously a resident of Beau
mont. Texas, for twelve years, and
well known throughout this district,
died of pneumonia at the Copper
Quoen hospital at 7'40 Friday even
ing. The deceased was bom In Mad
ison Wisconsin, 44 vears ago Surviv
ing him are two brothers, a half
brother, his wife and stepson, the lat
tor two now residing In Blsbee ana
in their bereavement having the sym
pathy o fthe community Both were nt
hie' bedide when the end came. De
ceased was a m'mber of Blsbee lodge
of Moose tnd- enjoyed the confidence
h'ld esteem of hir fellows. The funeral
was held at 4 p m. Sunday from the
l'.Mace undertaking parlors under
(ho direction of e Moose.
TIRED OF SEEING
Procured Lydia E. Pinkham's
which made His Wife ,
a Well Woman. J
lf!.t.ll.. D tt T 1 1 1 .11-
iiuiuuiciuwu, u. jiuu ueouacne,
backache and such awful bearing down
pains that I could not be on my feet at
' times and 1 had organic, inflammation so
badly that I was not able to do myw ork.
I could not get a good meal for my hus
band and one child. My neighbors said
they thought my suffering was terrible.
"My husbacdeot tired of seeing ma
suffer and one night went to the- drug
store and got me a bottle of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
told the 1 must take it. I can't tell you
all I suffered and I can't tell you all that
your medicine has done for me. I was
greatly benefited from the first and it
has made me a well woman. I can do
all my housework and even helped some
of my friends as well. I think it is a
wonderful help to all suffering women.
I have got several to take it after see
ing what it has done for me." Mrs.
Emma Espensiiade, 219 East Main St.,
The Pinkham record is a proud and hon
orable one. It is a record of constant
victory over the obstinate ills of woman
ills that deal out despair. It is anes
tablished fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has restored
health to thousands of such suffering
women. Why don't you try it if you
need such a medicine?
If you vrant special advice mite to
Ljdla E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter Trill
lie opened, read and answered bj a.
woman and held in strict conildence.
FORI! RESIDENT "
0IE5 IN II EAST
J.' H. Damerestj for a number of
years actively identified with Blsbee
interests, it was learned here through
a message received yesterday is '!ead
at his lat home In Paterson. N. J.
Mr. Damerest was operated upon
recently for the relief of a comp'ica
tion of troubles. He failed to rally
from the operation and with nevt
troubles that developed eank to his
Mr. Damerest during his residence
in Bisbee took much interest in
church -work and for a number oi
years served as a deacon in the Bap
tist church. He was a brother-in-law
of J. H. Jacks and through his con
uectlon with the backs' Lumber yard
made wide acquaintance During the
mst years of bis residence in the city
he was acting manager of the Jackt
At the time of his death Mr Dam
erest was attended by his daughter,
residing In Paterson. Another daugh'
ter, Mrs. Owens, residing at Knapolis,
V c. also survives him.
I .f I FEBRUARY
I -& FURNITURE SALE '
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''f Starts Wednesday the 4 v
Ij 5th. For particulars j " -
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1 1 morrow's issue of the . y
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Al Kinds of Ornamental,
Deciduous And Citrus
Tress Our New Catalog
- $100 Reward, SIOO
The readers ot this paper will b
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science lias been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh betas a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in
ternallr. actin? directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces ot the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strrncth by
bulletins up the constitution and axslstinc
nature ll doing its work. The proprietors
have so nuch faith in Its curative pow
ers that Ihejr offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case .that It fails to cure. Send
for list of testlmoniiis.
jlddress f. J CIISNKV CO., Toledo, Ohio
Sold tT all Srnirslsts. Tie.
Take IlaU'a Famllr FilU (or constipation.
Ileal battle scenes of the Balkan
'var taken on the firing line, to bo
seen tt ihe Iloval Theater commenc
ing with todav's matinee. We get
then first Advertisement 148
WATCH THIS SPACE
For Announcement From The
& PAINT STORE
Main St., Xext Door To "I'ncle Sam's' Loan Olflce.
Results Review Ad. Columns
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Don't be disappointed this
year either la your field or
garden planting. ' Select
your seeds from our big
fresh assortment. The very
choicest seeds are here.
They,, have been selected
from the 2rst yield of last
year's finest plantings,
Slower fruit or vegetable
seeds in great variety. A
large assortment has jnst
been received this week.
Chafine: Dish y
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tElectriQ' Water" Heater
i Baby Bottle Heater
" Warming Pad
" Vacuum Cleaner
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
" ';" Hot Point 6, lbs. Price
" General Electric 6 lbs. "
Westinghouse 6 ;lbs.
American Beaujby 6 lbs.
We have ail of the above appliances for sale and alt
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
liberal trial. ' i f
$500. . Life Guarantee.
Bisbee Improvement Co,
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