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HIE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. B1SHEE. ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
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LocaZ And Personal Notes
Bij Gathering in March at
El Paso Gives Promise of
LEGISLATION IS ASKED
W. A. Scrivner, district passenger
.wut of the Texas and Pacific, with.
) lathiuarters at EI Paso, accompanied
by J, A, Chilton, district passenger
dfcnl ot tho. same roau, arrived In tl
Mr. Scrlvner Is a member of the
.railroad committee of the Texan
(Vkockmen'B convention, which Is to
j 1 e held In Kl laso In Slirch.
' "We have every expectation." said
' Mr. Scrlvner yesterday, "that the
I convention to be held in March will
jbe one of the largest gatherings of
, rattleinon ever held. The meeting
v. HI te of great Importance to caltle
Mi'n. as. social legislation regarding
tin tattle industry of tin southwest
'Mill be advocated and, with the tower
'ful Cattlemen's association behind It,
Mich legislation will hae a vers, good
.chince of passage.
, "El Paso will give tho cattlemen
rn'.al entertainment. Association com-
'mittees are already ,al work and a
large sum w ill be raised. Many special
.features will be arranged ard the pro-
j:ram will be an elaborate one. The
business men are making plans to
insure the greatest success to the
convention. The railroads are al-o
uolng their share to boost the con.
ventlon. The Southwestern will quote
a special rate of one and one third
iire for the round trip and the othei
-oads will do likewise Tne T P. nil.
q.uote a special flat rate of $15 frotij
.Dallas and Fort Worth It is expected
that there will be a good representa
lion of cattlemen from this section '
Mr. Scrivmer ami Mr Chilton an-
returning to HI Paso from Tucsoni
1 hvy reiorl that business conditions
la this section arc excellent The two
jJrlt last night for El Paso.
t BAND ORGANS
Exclusive Agency for the celebrated
'"Vurlltier" Automatic Musical Ini
'afruments for Skating Rinks and Mov.
dng Pictures Theaters. Write for free
I EL PASO PIANO COMPANY.
Oldest Piano House In EI Paso, Texas
ARF HERE NOW
MALUM (CRAVANEHED HATS)
Al.l, that you like in a hat and
at Its exact worth too. Even out
side of tho Craanettins pro
cess, controlled by Mallory fo"
all hats a feature that keeps It
proof aralnst R UN. SNOW fr
SliN. There Is the money's full
worth In every Mallory Hat.
Mallory Hats are made in styles
of dignity; always up to datu
and in good likable shapes anu
WE HAVE A COMPLETE
NEW SPRING ASSORTMENT
$30 Get YOUR HAT NOW
STETSONS In all the Dew
shapes and colors. You know us
we have the assortments
and now fs the time, while th'ai
awortmen Is new and complete
DRESS A SOFT SHIRTS
nil many oher lines coming
In every day.
THE SAFE PLACTJ - MAIN ST
Band Elects Officers dies Aid Society, at the residence of
At a recent meet ne of the C andplrs. F. S. llanscom yesterday after-
. ftfcnd, the folowlng officers were'noon. the following were elected for.
elected to serve for the ensuing year, the ensuing year: Mrs. Jesse Yoa-I
Af W .Mltrhel. nroslrient- II. S. Rat -
eree, vice-president: J. K. Witzmai,
leader and manager:, Dan Mayne, sec-
retary. Harry Smith, treasurer; Lee
ditthm-lnml W'nlta,. fliwklfinV Wit
ljun Martin and JohnMakle. tnis-i
tees. The, band is In a, prosperous-
condition. They expect to give mauy
pumic- concerts curing tne coming
To Have New Drill Grounds.
As soon as tho members ot Troops
II and L return from uougias, proviu-
ea mey no not enier .Mex co iroai
there, work will commence on new
anil grounus lor me soiaiers.. it is
planned to nave tne anil grounus
Just beyond the Warrea JMstrlct I
Country club, where a large strip ofjMr. 1 oakum has just completed a.lt Hecame known that the wonderful
level eroun.l offers a fine oiortunl-l garage on his-new property anJ In-!rxiulirltv nf iiun Rr!ittnn.i,rtr'u
ty. At present the ground Is covered
with cactus and meaulte. The pres-,
ent dnll grounds near tho barracks
lu Warren, are too small for two
troops, and for the extensive drill
ing which wil go on in the Tutu. e.
Orpheum Bill Pleases.
Although Orpheum patrons were
'keenly disappointed on account of
the non-appearance of one of the
scjiduled acts, much pleasure has
been given them by the splendid ac
robatic act presented by a man, wo-
man and a dog. There are also sev.
eral reels of splendid motion pic!
Sotccr Game Sunday.
A fast game of Soccer football w.ll
be Dlaved next Sundav. weather n.-r-
rcltting. between the Lowell United be sides ot the Phelps-Dodge store. 'mey was slven the assignment, ami
and the Knights of Columbus teams. Tbey flnallj succeeded In tearing ''"went to woric. d'JIgently; that he suc
The game promises to be a fast one down a road sign, injuring a tree anili ceeded, even above the hopes of Dela
as the Lowell United has the first lo.ng other slight damage (mater. Is attested by four first-class
place In for the championship title 'companies plajing on tour this sea'
and the Knights of Columbus art). Hotel Arrivals. (son.
close seconds From early morning
until late at night members of the
two teams may be seen practicing for
tho game at the Warren Rail parkiO
n...l rAn. nn-ft I...!'....!......
av ifwui Licrut. utu vjuuiin i
snappy game Is assured.
Will Form Baseball Team. - I
Heginning next week, a bunch of!
the snorting members of .the Wa--I
ren Hall park or in some other con-
venlent place to try out material for.
the Country Club baseball team.
Quite a few members have s gnifleJ
their intentions of trying foi the
team. If a. good team can be picked. El Paso. and rfght.
which no doubt will fce. It is planned j W- Belton, El Paco; T. C. May, New
to have games between the Douglas! York; 1L Johnson, Atlanta. A. L. Thomas O. Ronnej, traveling nas
Chib and probably with Cananea andtOppenhelm, Cincinnati. J. D. Smith, senger agent qfc the Sunset-Central
other Arizona cities The Cojntry.Los Angeles. lines nt Los Angeles, was in the cit
Club sports feel confident that liber- i yesterday.
al paXronage will be given them by' Will Address Women. j
Blsbeo enthusiasts. Although no of-j Miss Moore, state secretary of the Jack Pettlt and Melvin Swain were
Tlcers have as yet been elected, it is' Young Women's Christian associa- BIsbee visitors coming up from Doug
sali, that several live wires will oe tions, will address the women of tho' las by automobje.
secured who will see to it, that a city this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock: .
proper amount of the sporting fevar,at
s Injected into the local fans
ou.i ncia uvcr.
On account of today beim a legal I
holidav Jesus Loner and E. Rod-1
rigues. charged with stealing a pair
of hhoes from the Phelps, Dodge Mer-
canule company, will not be given a
hearing in Justice Thomas' court, iti
is probable that the case will come
up on. Saturday
Tho funeral of Mrs Kdward Stanton
was held yesterday at the Palace Un-
dertaking corajany chapel Rev. I
Three irtasket ball games will be
hehl tomorrow afternoon at the Y. M.
C A The first game will be be
tween the boy's teams of the Central
and Lowell schools This will be fol
lowed by a game between the girls
of the two schools and the tlii.d
game will be between the Central
school and Lincoln school boy's
teams The first game will be called
af '1 30 o'clock
Smith and Zlesmer aro now work
ing on a complete new map of tho
district Tho map will tiring all the
claims up to date. K will be be
some time before the map is complet
ed and printed.
The "speed limit" sign across from
the Phelps, Dodge Mercantile com
pany on Subway avenue was broken
yesterday, a wagon striking it
Shelf Space Increased
The shelf space In the Copper
Queen Library has recently been In
creased by additions In the office of
the librarian. On the second floor ad
dition was found necessary owing to
the overcrowded condition, of the li
brary The new shelves will contain
reference works and discarded maga
zine which will later be filed for ref
erence. Ladies Aid Elect.
At ?t meeting of the Warren
jt v awl j&di74fe t v more uua urtuiiAjjr t .-
4T'ifll EPv&i-ck tcntion more care and attention than
OIO. Jal.i it U given by the average woman.
"WMra nFlTBHTKItfa Neglect it tad iiis soon creep in, and
JL ii) HIT J. IM3.C the look of old see, sometimes quickly,
dHMW sometimes gradually follows.
That backache, so common Bipong women, brings with l the sunken chest, the
headache, tired ioiucIct crow d-ft, and aoon the youthful body la no more youth
ful in appearance and all because of lack of atteiitioa.
There la no reason whr you should b ao onfortanat. whn you have at your
disposal a remedy such as Dr. FlercVa FaTWjte Prescription reeommandtd
for over 40 yoar as a remedy for ailments peculiar to women. We have thou
sands upon thousands ot tertunonuis on m in
uwDauiioi of ) jsars ttif jrtB" to Its rffect
iveiM. NtthnrttiCT nor aScobol itoli
found In this famous prescription. RemiiatM
Irmrolarities. Corrects displacements. Oi-resKi
palnf a periods. Tone up rverrm. Brinsv about
perfect health. Sold 07 dears In medicines,
la Iijold or tablet form.
Dr. TUmftMt&icnl Adiltrr. nrulr Tt
riMtf uP't&datmrdltlonrurrm Lout
ofdrtleat qmnttomt arl Witt k revnr
tsomanttmgl or mamni muakl ia ksuna.
ikunr. lires dent. Mrs. J. lianckenl.
vice president; Mrs. Ernest Dlx, see-
retary; Mrs. A Lngelder, treasurer,
Following the election dainty re-
f riHh m en I n ttcrri Rprl nmV ffivoisl
appropriate to- the valentine season.l
distributed. About IS ladles were
J present. The next meeting will be
ai i requeues 01 .Mrs. iayio-,
Jesse Yoakum Will Build,
Jesso Yoakum, manage of the
Warren Ii sbee Street Hallway is
soon to ouim a uanusome six room,
one siory uungaiow- on a uona
street in w.arren. Tne house Is to
'. imraera in every parncuiar, ii win
nave targe porcues, ouishie sieep;ng,wbo possess the stamina to br'ns
pdrches and many other lnovatlons.,tho work to a successful Issue When
,tends to purchaio a high powered
automobile Irf the near future.
Many Masons Returning.
Quito a few delegates to the 31st
annual conrent'on of the W. M.
Grand I.odge. F. and A. M. of Ari
zona, which has been In session in
iue cuy lor ine iusi weeK. are re-
turning to their respective homes,
vesterday, saw many of them leave
tho city, although the greater num -
ber wjll remain until the close of the
Meet With Accident
j Joy riders met with an accident at' must stick to the text of the story In
ion early hour yesterday morning (both word and deed, and thls-re-
'when their machine ran amuck near l quires more than a playwright; It
the Bank of Hlsbee and tried to requires a knowledge of stae. Intrl-
:llmb telegratih Poles sidewalks anil caeles nn.-t rnftcmnnahin- vn t,....
At the Copper Queen It J. Gray,
Los Angeles; Ernest McAuly, Los An-
geles; R. . Richards. Ixs Angeles,
- L. Morrill, Kansas City; It. W.
VflW'tl Phln4i.nI f V tlSAn G.. .. f
. - . - , vitiMu, .,. i-t . i ittr, otfii t
i Francisco; R. v Heyrer, Topeka; G
IE. Griff. San Francisco. R. L. I'Nelll,
El Paso. G. II. Lee, Morencl; R. W
Fisher. St. Louis; O A Carlson. Los
Angeles. R. Cunnick. Dotizlas: I).
At the Philadelphia: T F. Iiurle,
a j. itouerts. Tucson. M. F Moore.'a position which' can be disputed I) y
El Paio, J. L. Rodgers. Yuma: V none; her fiction and her plays are
J - Turner. Globe. Frank A. Hlckey, In popular demand.
Ray; T. F. Mann, Phoenix; O. Abej,1
the Women's Club on Quality Hill.'
j All interested women are invited to j
Dillon Wins. !
""Kid" Dillon defeated Oscar John-j
son in the finals of the pool tourna-,
ment played last night. ,The score;
was 7 to C
No meeting of the Jungle society
was held last night, but the regula-
meeting will be held next Thursda
flight At this meeting a number of
new members will be initiated
John Hill, a miner, received; paia-
iul but not serious Injuries in an ac-
cident yesterday at the Hoatson
shaft He was removed to the C. and
There was only one case, disturb
ing the peace, before JJudge High
yesterday. No cases came up In jus
F. 1 Sims, of the Phelps, Dodgo
Mercantile company, together with
George C. Trysdale and J. Coles,
sjient yesterday at Fort Huachuca.
M. A. Witley.. who was inlured at
a cave in at the 'Gardner shaft some
time ago. Is reported as doing well
Mrs. E. A. Wlttlg is confined to her
home with the mumps.
Mrs. Rarbee, who has been 111 for
the Jpast two weeks with a slight at.
tack of pneumonia. Is now recovered,
W. A. Scrlvner, district passenr
agent of the T. & P. at El Paso,
was in the city yesterday.
Assistant D'strlct Attorney Murrj
'Is expected .tack from Tombstone
Dr Rickets, of Cananea, was in tho
city for a short time yesterday, com
ing up In Jfe automobile
J. A. Chilton, district passenger
I agent of the T and P at El Paso,
j-was a business visitor yesterday
Dramatization of Gene
errotTrtrl Dm.o'- Cnmn.,i-
wnnuuii-i '' mhiuiio
-e" Twomey's dramatlAitlon of
Gene Stratton-Porter's famous novel
, 'Freckles,' with all of Its familiar'
ehan,.fpr n,t jiiUv .,n.. w.n i.
presented for the first time lere at,
che Orpheum theatre, Feb 13.
The trouble, time and expense nc-
cesmry In staging a dramatization of1
some popular novel, must be under-
stood to be thorouchlv annrprmte-l I
it i a hard task, and thc-ie are few
novel "IVecklea" was au absolute
truth, and with the book gaining en
tree Into thousands of homes, there
were a number of" Now- York produc
ing managers, who Immeti'ately
songht the dramatic rights to Mrs.
'oners story or the Llmberlost: au
thors and copyright owners of books.
nowever, wltn such liopularlty as this
tone, are slow to relinquish their
"award. Mrs. Porter knew- the motto i
'of the Delamater firm; "Producer of I
Clean Plas," and Delemater got the
ino question arose who was to
diumatlze "Freckles" a book play
The success of "Freckles" lies In
Its simplicity. There are no charac-
ters In modern fiction nor rm tho
!tage. endowed iwlth such jslmnle no-'
tl4lt,r .... .. ? .
'ui, Bnnrmnfv aun wonaeriiii ne-
fneatlon as has been given Freckles
and he Swamp iAngel Mrs Porter I
knows nature, she has lived all her
life In the grent Llmberlost Swamp j
- -.n.u w, iijiiua. Btuiiyiisy it aim
writing about It, She has achieved
Orpheum Theatre Feb. 15. matinee
Mrs. Raleigh w.Coover
day for Tucson, where she will visit I
I her sister for several weeks.
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A BASKET BALL DANC'K will be
given bv the Sweduh-Finn'sh Ilenev '
olont and Aid asfaoclatlon Sunday '
night. Feb 1C. at the Fair Hall (JooVi
music is assured
No admission Al.
MASONS GRAND LODGE
L GO 10 PHOE
(Continued from Page 3)
S. Miller of Flagstaff; Grand Treas-1 Have $12,385 Toward $150,
urer. J. M. Onnbby of Phoenix; Grand, 000 Entertainment Fund
Secretary, G. J. Roskruge of Tuc-i . . . ,.., s
son; Grand Chaplain. Rev. Creishton. For AllgUSt COPClave
Spencer of BIsbee; Grand Lecturer, A
W. Vanneman of Douglas; Captain! DEXVER, Fe. 13.-1316 finincial
of Host. L. G.v Moyers of Globe, comntttee of the loiul Knights Tern-
Dorrrt1. pS ? r t;.1? T?r t
Prcscott; Organist, K. A. Hughes of,15"-000 entertainment fund for the
Tombstone; Master of the Veils, CJconclave In August This amount
F. Phllbrook of BIsbee, W. S. AIIen!Was announced last night .by Fran
of Tucson; T. Armstrong Jr. of Phoe
nix; Sentinel, W. A. Parr of Wlns
loy. The dining room of tlu. Copper
(lueen was charmingly decorated In
colors of the chapter for the Eastern
Star banquet Wednesday night Tables
were set in the form of au enclosed
cross, at which tho guests were reached; hCm. Accompanying the
seated. Decorations of ferns and roses money was a letter promising $1,00J
adorned the tables and a dainty menu more If the Knights need It
was served, as follows: OtJier corporations .made p the
Gherkins Queen QHves bulk of the $12,000 collections Tho
Oyster Pates Knights have 'hardly begun to work
Dressing Tivoll Petite Pois'yet The proprietors of the larger
Salad International 'hotels and wholesale establishments
Ice Cream Cakes Assorted "have not been approached By the
Coffee , tfme they have been visited M. Bis-
thop expects- to raise' the fund to at
Several toasts' were given visitors least three times" the present figure
and delegates, notable among which' "While ono branch of the Knights
was that given by Sister Sophie Paul Templars is taking Jn money fof tho
of Rochester, N. Y the most dlstln entertainment of tie conclave other
gulshed visitor from without the committees are busy planning Iwv
state. On being called upon to re- to spend the- $150,000 The budget,
spond to the toast "socialbillty of- St now stands, contains the-je
fered by Brother Bassett Watkins. items-- For -street lighUng. $10,000;
toast master. Sister Paul responded for street decorations. V&fiW. for
with, several humoresque touches ou bands and other music. $20,000, for
the sociability of tho sexes ana the a grandstand $2X000. for prizes for
Influence for good derived therefrom , winning Irill teams, $1(U00 Tor
closing her remarks by eendlng a Jm tno lrwte. $8,000
cordial invitation to the Arizona mem- Oto " J 1 .ry the Pnses
bers or the Order of the Eastern ' " "g gathering many thousands
StV Sf iS.SS.Mr dU snei . 'ndsland w.U be erected on
work as it is done there nor did shef drUU w,
forget to express her gratitude for prent ans Jdc
the klndnews shown h-r by mem-.fn , "l feMf -...- nf lh kind
bers of BIsbee and Arizona chapters
during her visit to uie city
Brother Ilughart or Tombstone, ex-.
pressed his gratitude for the princely
entertainment of rearl chapter, and
with this he was followed by a score
of others, among whom were. Past
a tfntNin T.nn a Pnrw nf TU(V
I uuuu n.auuu, vi tvT r
eon, rasi uranu ruu " -
Brecht, of Prescott:
: ' Louis O. Movers, of Globe: Grand Lee-
turcr K. A. Parr of Winslcw; Asso-
date Grand Matron June C. Brown,
of Yuma who paid a beautiful tribute.
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Lowell United never lose. Come to
see them play the K C"s, Warren
Rail Park, Sunday.
I io the brothers, and Grand Conduct-
ress Thomas of llishee.
While the Kastern Stars were hold
ing their evening session the brother
v.n of the local lodge and the is-
,iin .leiecates were entertained at
Warren District Country club with a
smoUer and an evening of sports.
I Bishop, chairman of the commit
tee. The rail work of getting sub
scriptfons has only begun.
One local corporation which want
ed iu name withheld for a few dayj,'
contributed $4,000 of the amount iu
hand. Its president sent Chairman
Bishop a check before the collectors
ever bnllt in the United States The
InroDosed seaUne caDacitr Is 60.000
.h.,,.,t n, m s nntA
or the g,,, of &ve pj1eg awaraed
the dm teamt The q prlze
wlJ j a gord g0d aai Mvcr puncl,
30 ,,(4 8ver a,j ,jt
im. . . , .l . ,-
u,aeTvnl uesigns. ine seconu pnxe
win De a sliver pnncn dowi, 50 incnes
y-g A foby grand piano, costing
ti.ooo will be the third award. The
Denver Knights are golnr to do
thing up right fcr the 1913 conclave,
They are clready assured of fully
100,000 visitors next August
Will Have Much To Do in
Balancing The Scale Of
Judgement In Your Favor
The whole world admires the well dressed up-to-date
man. Well tailored, perfect fitting stylish
clothes make a man feel his own importance
they impress others-win for him a welcome wher
ever men worth while ather.
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designs just arrived. '
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Come in and look over the latest ideas in
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will soon be here
Prices Range From
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Bisbee Drug Go's Laxative Cold Tablets
They never fail to break up a cold with the first
few doses. They are mild in action, yet they are
effective It is a wise person who prepares to nip
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make a cold loosen its hold with the Yery Rrs'
dose of this effective remedy. A 25c box will lay
any cold on the mat in next to no time. Get a box
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Paint of AU Kinds, Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
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manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTER-SON-SARGENT
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Saves fuel and will last a lifetime. Note window
display and ask for prices.
U. S. Hardware and Paint Store
Main St, Next Door to "Uncle Sam's" Loan Office