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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1913.
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JOHN H IS
JO 10 REST
Body of Faithful Ofiicer and
True Friend Who Died in
Performance of Duty, In
terred in Evergreen
MANY ATTEND SERVICE
- With Impressive cetomonles the
fcody of tho late John Rooney was
yesterday morning laid to reel In the
Elks plot in Evergreen c"meterv.
VJrcther Elks and Knights ot CoHim
bus; of hoth of which orders the de
ceased was a member, together with
many warm friends, gathered to do
honor to the nieinorj' of a true friend
and one,ubo had ded In the perform
anec of )!& duty, H was a sad gather-lag-that
thronged-the lodge room of
the Elks when, at S 30 o'clock, the
. Hlks ritual was spoken over the body
"U has been writ. 'By his works
' shall y" know him,' spoke Lecturing
Knight J. H. Graj "and it is fitttug
"that the 'many who hae known and
loved him here and at Tombstone
should gather to do him honor, for by
his, works we knew him as a man. a
trim mfin In ftvorv spupp nf thft word.
1 Those who knew Mm were his friends,!
for his manliness, kindness and gen-'
erosity endeared him to all As an
"Elk he was true to all the cardinal
principles, charitable, truth, brotherl
, love. He w-as true to his brother and
to himself. He died in the perform
ance of his duty but even the knowl-
: edge of this fails to mitigate the groat
loss not only to the Elks but to the
The Knights of Columbus ot which
the deceased was also a memberuwere
in attendance at the funeral. Follow
ing the ceremonies both Elks 'and
Knights formed a procession in front
of the hearse, members of the tw o
lodges alternating. The procession
made its w'ay to the "Catholic church,
where high mass was held, Father
.Meurer officiating. The funeral pro
cession then marched to Evergreen
cemetery where', under the auspices
iof the Knights of Pythias, the body of
John Ilooney was laid to rest in the
PRAGTiGAL SO IS
SWAT FLY CAMPAIGN
Swat the fly, and keep swatting
him, is the Spring time slogan now in
tall force Those who haven't tjjL.e
habit need to acflvlre it. In aid of
this result Blunt and Blunt are lead
. iog. thti commercial advertising end
of tho local campaign with an feffect
ive ily.swatter tnt -wa4 being- gen
erally distributed around town yester
day in a house to house campaign.
Blunt and Blunt are of course distri
buting their fly swatter as an adver
tisement, but.it is a vairaoie device
from other ''standpoints and comes in
for favorable comment a3 a practi-
, cally directed help to tho public.
Other b'usiness houses are like! to
fall in line taking the course they
"did last jcar, with the same sort ofi
distribution and should i hatpec to
3;eep up throughout the fly season
v everybody would be better off.
It is at this particular time of the
year according to the scientists who
havo gone Into tho subject, that fly
swattlug Is attended by the best re-
suits. During" the present month and
next month, flys breed with enormous
3 rapidity. Every fly kilied now mean3
a few thousand le3s for the season.
Medical men agree that too many
flies may not be killed. Esch one re
moved takes away a danger of spread
of disease Swat the fly If you haven't
- a swatter, 'phone Blunt.
ilt Pays to Advertise
Mrs. A. E. ixwns lost a ten uoinr
bjll a few dajs ago on the streets of
" Bisbee. She inserted a notice In
the Review telling where she lost the
money and asking that the finder re
turn it to de Review office or to the
Cittaens Bank and Trust Company
Yesterday Miss Kate Powers returned
the hill to the bank, having picked it
up from the street the day Is was lost
A bigs shipment of fresh
strawberries will arrive
at this store Saturday
'.morning. Place your or
der with our solicitor
now or Dhcne 29.
"The Pure Food Grocer'1
J; B. Anglos
REGISTER HOW, IS
IRE CULL 10 WOMEN
There are Jst nineteen days left, in
which the women pf Arizona can res
Ister for voting. The registry blanks
arn now out and a considerable num
ber of women have aheacy registered.
Both Justice High and Justice Thom
as havo received blanks and registra
tion mav be made at tithe- of theo
offices. In a letter received by Jus
tice High. Jameu Levy, deuutj at
Tombstone, called attention to th
fact that all the registration must bs
made by Slay 1. On that date the res
isters are turned over to count seats
and women registered are eligible to
Vote on all questions. Besides women,
all men. who did not roslsier in 1912
must regihter before May 1, if they
are to use tholr vote In the present
So far the women of Bisbee havo
not appeared very anxious to use tho
franchise and comparatively few reg
istrations have been made. However,
there is pome applanation in that the
registration sheets were delayed in ar
rivine and it has not bee generally
known that the tirao to ragtster was
at hand. Both of tho local justices ex
pect to turn in a good number ot
women's registrations by the end of
PLAY HEBE TOMORROW
The Phelps Dodge Tigers ball team
will cross bat3 with the Fifth Cavalry
at tho Warren Ball Park Sunday April
Kth tN'e t nuSxadyh) T LOISCNF
13th fne-st Sunday) The management
of the P. D Tigers has secured the
services of a fast southpaw to com
pete with the champions of the Phil
ippine Islands. Following H the P. D
Tigers lineup for the game. Gr.ibb
catcher; Dean, pitcher; Stewart, first
base; Hutchinson, second base; Tab
pascott, third base; Redd, shortstop;
Ruffner, left Held; Kelw, center
Held; F. Sparks, right field; Domlco
M. Sparks and Otey utilily A fast
game i sexpected.
Demand of Public in Los
Angeles Results in Their
Being Held a Day Longer
Many of the Royal Theatre patrons
were disappointed last evening owln
to the fact that the pictures of the
"Inauguration of President Wilson'
failed to arrive in time for the even
"When the train from Los Anselei
failed to bring the pictures Managet
Xorcross at onco got In communica
tion with the exchange and receivec
positive assurance that they would
arrive in time for the matinee today
Owing to the great demand for these
pictures they were held in Los Ange
les one day lonser than the bookings
called for; this being the cause ol
their failure to arrive.
There is some misunderstanding in
regard to these pictures, many being
under the impression that those are
the same that have heen shown else
where in the city for the last three
This is a mistake as these are the
only genuine licensed pictures of tht
'Inauguration" that will be exhibited
in this district These are the offi
cial pictures of the inaugural cere
monies, Indorsed by the United States
government and President Wilson
and a copy of which has found a place
in the government archives at Wash
lngton with 'other historical docu
ments which are priceless in value.
Owing to the fact that these pic
tures failed to arrive for exhibition
jesterday, they will, no doubt be held
over tomorrow so that all may have
an opportunity to see them while the
are in this city.
Supervisor Gu3 HIekey motored to
Tombstone yesterdry on county bua-
inere. He was aceompanlea irom tnc
city br -Secretary Gaines of the Tax
pavers association, who was here on
his way from Douglas tc tho count
CONSIDERS SHE IS
Below Is printed a communication
handed the Review yesterday by Mrs
A. Grim, with insistence that it be
published. Mrs. Grim in her statement,
as she gave the Review to understand,
does not Intend reflection upon the
Moose, whose services and kindness
she appreciates and gave-exprebslon
to in a previously published card of
thanks, but she does not feel that she
fthosm be without consideration tor
care given her husband during hU 111-
naps and participation in subsequent
attentions and expenses.
I see in yesterday's Review whera
John. Grim, brother of my husband.
Adam Grim, gave the Moose lodge a
lot of pralno for the way Adam Grim
' was buried, though the poor, hard
working widow who deserved tho most
praise got none, though sha took f 101 were rerr prompt and on box made a hea jt came to terms of Intimacy
of her hard earned money, mado keep- remarkable Improvement" .. hem
fag reomers, to pay on her hurtand'j For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Br mid,Anril tha eommander-In-fnnAral
and who would have burled cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buralo, I ,J. l flr",, ttA. Sf?,? .
him deecnUy aad respectably If sho ,vCw York, sole agents for the United . X t 1 ESShi 'fiSSJSi
had to lay the; whole of the $204 her- States. g rAto&aSrta, fa obedience
self. . Remember the name Dean's and t l-P hIs. can for "l J.?ed,? on-
MRS ADAM GRIM, take no other. Advertisement j ( . ,
XEW YORK April 11. The trend
of prices Iwcame more definitely down
ward today. Traders appeared to be
feeling their way in the hesitating
manner which has characterized deal
ings all week, but the occasional up
tuurns of the last few dayB were miss
lng. Undertone was consistently!
Union Pacific, Reading, Leheigh
Valley, Amalgamated and Steel In par
ticular were depressed and were
forced down one to two points. New
York Central and Baltimore &. Ohio
touched new low prices for the jear.
It was noticable that the stocks of
corporations which have put out new
Issues ot securities or are believed to
be contemplating such action are es
pecially susceptible to pressure. The
same forces were at work in the bond
The large output of securities Tor
the week and reports ot many other
flucuatlons pending at home and
abroad constituted perhaps the most
direct influence In depressing the
market Europe continued to buy
stocks hero although on a smaller
scale than during the last few days.
Surveys of the weeks current move
ments indicated a cash gain for the
banks, which lost less on sub treasury
operations on account of the heavy
shipment to the Interior for the relief
of storm sufferers. A gain ot three or
four million dollars Is indicated.
Total sales par. $2,403,090. Govern
Furnished by L. J. Overlook
Amalgamated 77 3-8
American Smelter ,.. 17
Atchison 102 1-t
Brookljn Rapid Transit .... 91 1-4
Baltimore and Ohio 89
Chesapeake and Ohio C7 3-4
Canadian Pacific 239 3-S
Great Northern 129 5-S
Interboro Common 17 1 4
Lehigh Valley 1591-8
Louisville and Nashville . . . 133 1-2
Missouri Pacific 38
Reading 165 3-1
Island 22 1-2
Steel Common 62 3-8
Steel Prd 1081-8
St Paul 1095-8
Southern Pacific 1001-2
Union Pacific .. 154
May w 561-8
Arizona Commercial 3 3-4
Butto Superior 31
Chlno , 42
Calumet and Hecla 4S5
Calumet and Arizona C7
Copper Range -15
East Butte 127-S
Frank . 7
Greene Cananea S
Inspiration Consolidated .... IS 3-4
Isle Royale 261-2
Mason Valley 73-8
Mayflower .... 93-4
North Lake 17-8
North Butte , ..... 301-2
Old Dominion 50
Old Colony 51-4
Osceola - 91
Phelps Bodge id 216
(Continued on Page 5)
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
Many Bisbee Women Are Learning
Women often salfer, not knowing
Backache, headache, dizziness, ner
vousness. Irregular -urinary passages, weak
Each a torture of Itself.
Together hint at weakened kidneys.
Strike at the root get to tho cause.
Quickly help the kidneys if they
No other remedy more highly en
dorsed than Doans Kidney Pills.
H convincing testimony from
Mrs. T. A- Jones. 1041 Wyoming.
El Paso, Texas, says "Reading In the
papers of Deonle who used Doan's Kid
ney Pills with, great benent Induced b?78 n il cow bave nothing of
me to get a box when I was having i disrelish In it.
trouble with my kidneys. Backache! The young aide-de-camp and all the
caused me a great deal r-f suffering ' other members of the general's mlll
and there was a distressing weakness tary "family"' found its author, at any
of the kidneys. Doan's fKIdnev Pills ratp n nn. fiar fht- mm heart
For Quality and Prices in Watches
Diamonds and Jewelry
The Henkel Jewelry Co.
A thrilling, fasci
story of the great
hero by one of the
of our times,
CONTINUBD FROM YESTERDAY
Troops Move Up the Potomac.
The transports, as they made their
wav slowlv ud the river, iiasaed be
neath the very windows of Mount Ver- !
n6n, to put the troops ashore only
eight miles beyond. Washington had
1 left off being soldier for Dinwiddle,
but he had resigned only to avoid aa
intolerable Indignity, not to shun
service, and he mads no pretense ot
indifference -hen ho saw the red
coats come; to camp at Alexandria.
Again and again was he early In the
saddle to see the stir and order of the
troops, make the acquaintance of the
officers, andilearn. If he might, what
It was that fitted his majesty's regu
lars for their stern business.
The self confident gentlemen who
wore his majesty's uniform and car
ried his majesty's commissions in
their pockets bad Bcant regard, most
of them, for the raw folk of the col
ony, who had never been in London or
seen tho set array of battle. They
were not a little Impatient that they
must recruit among such a people
The transports had brought but a I
thousand men two half-regiments ot
five hundred each, whose cojonels had
instructions to add two hundred m!D
apiece to their force In the colony.
Six companies of "rangers," too, the j
cuiuuisia eio iu luraoa, auu um
company of light horse, besides .car-
penters and teamsters By si thesaj
General Braddock's officers set smal
store, deeming It likely th.y must
uyuu illicitae l , tui cwvivbw . j
were at small pains to conceal their
hearty contempt for the people they
had come to help.
Washington a Social Favorite.
But with. Washington it was a dif
There was that in bis proud eyea
and gentleman's bearing that marked
him a man to be made friends with
and respected. A good eomrada ho
proved, without pretense or bravado,
out an in man 10 scorn, as ne went
his way among them, lithe and alert.
full six feet In his boots, with that
strong gait as of a backwoodsman,
and that haughty carriage as of a
man born to have his will. He won
their liking, and even their admira
;. una even vaeir aamirs-
fellow of their own pMe
BMv w,, ,,.
tion, as &
uenerai arauaoci, snowing ne ue-
sired to make the campaign it ho u wlil for uoquesne can hardly de
mlght do so without sacrifice of self- ma toe above three or four days; and
respect, promptly Invited him to goaa tJjen j geo nothing that can ob
a member of els staff, where there- struct my march to Niagara."
could be no question ot rank., asking Tf 8a.aclou. Frankn.
tn-r ..ni n.t ..,..... i .K.
un riaaccK- stair. t
The letter ot !!UUoa. written by
Captain Orme. aide-de-camp, was,
couched in terms of unaffected cor-
! dimity Washington very gladly c-
cepxeo, in a leer umi mo an
.touch of the young provincial in IL
so elaborateBd over-long vtm 1U
nlnnatlnn of lln TrlfrJ rivttraf tia1.
a d se.reSpMtIng moUvbut
S " 5! 2? "C
tlernan and' resolute
!" fc .i r . 7 niS! .
?lla ,Rrith wWch. Captain Orae must
Where Everybody Goes
Night Shows Continuous
Starting 7:00 P. M.
Sunday Matinee 2:30 p.m.
"ART AND HONOR"
"POLLY AT THE RANCH"
"THE FLAMING FORGE"
'Everything new but the price'
10 & 15c Loge Seals 25c
ference Wilnam Shiney, oi aias-
lachusetts, the stout-hearted old law- j
yer, every inch, a gentleman and pol
itician," who had of a sudden turned
soldier to face the French, for all he
was past sixty; James De Lancey, ot
New York, astute man of the people;
the brave and energetic Horatio
Share, of Maryland; Robert Hunter I
Morris, fresh from the latest wrangles
with the headstrong Quakers and Ger
mans of Pennsylvania, and Robert
Dinwiddle, the busy merchant gover
nor of the Old Dominion, whose urgent
letters to- the government at home
bad brought Braddock and his regi
ments to the Potomac.
PJans were promptly agreed upon.
New York and New England, seeing i
war come on apace, were astir no les3
,. -i-i.iir j i .i -.,
than "Virginia, and in active corre-
spondence with the ministers in Lon
don. Two regiments had already been
raised and taken into the king's pay:
tho 'militia of all the threatened col
onics were afoot: In all quarters ac
tion was expected and Instant war.
To Strike at Niagara.
Governor Shirley, tho council
, . ,. ,,., . - .,
, M ,fi provIncIal
connections with their western
Co,onei wnlIam Johnsoa. tha
cool-headed trader and borderer, who
bad lived and thriven so long in the
forests where the dreaded Mohawks
had their strength, should load a levy
from, New England, New York and
New Jersey, to an attack upon Crown
Pofnt, where for twenty-four years the
Prenrh had held Chamnlain: and
Lieutenant Colonel Monckton, of tha
kB.s resuiars, must take a similar
force against Beausejour in Acadia,
wnna General Braddpck struck
ttralght into the western wilderness
to take Duouesne.
Twere best to be prompt in every
part of the hazardous business, and
Brddock turned from the conference
to push his own expedition forward
at once. Aiier laung fori
,,,. t,- ,i,t . ryanVim "T in
S ? 0d Vagam! afte7hav-
to proved w Niagara, ana alter nav
Uta?.D"t' .?. Fronte?a.C' L h!
-.,. in iinw timp- and I snnnoso
aagacious Franklin; "If you arrive
. n11 before Duauesne with these fine
J troops, so well provided "Kith artillery,
tha fnrf can wrobablv make
ta fort ... can probably make
t aghort stance."
B ag the troub,e oM
. . ,.. j,,h ,,,,
, u h penngv,vania been
vbero cuted farms al-
& 'Ilretched well into the west,
;,rltt t,,. own road. ad grain and
I T .
' X W ItaSw-l. MlE
'"'"Ud (by Intrigue ot gentlemen in-
tercited in the Ohio company. It was
hinted), and must needs bo made the
There was there, at the least the
rough track Washington's men had
cut to the Greit Meadows. This must
be widened and leveled for an army
with Its cumbrous train of artillery,
and Its endless procession of wagons
laden with baggage and. provisions. To
tako two thousand men through the
dense forests with all the military
trappings and supplies of a European
army would be to put. It might bo,
ham ntlla of Un toaalt trill frntwn
Saturday and Sunday
FINN, LAWSON & PARR
"Bad Boys in School"
DOROTHY LYNN & ARTHUR HOWARD
"The Strange Boy"
LA PLANO "The Talkative Conjurer"
THREE FEATURE PICTURES
2-nStiows Tonight2 7:00 and 8:30 P. M.
Admission 10c, 15c and 25c
K. THEATRE "'
SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL ,
THE INAUGURATION OF
The only Genuine, IJcensed Pictures of the Inauguration ot Presi
dent Wilson to be shown In the Warren DistricL - ;
These aro the official Ilctures of the Inaugural Ceremonies and
reeclyed the endorsement of the U. S. Government.
THREE OTHER STRONG PICTURES on the bill for today. MAT
INEE and NIGHT performances. Watch for announcement of our'
special Sunday program tomorrow.
JACOB SCHM1D, Prop.
2S Reels of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
a quarter of high class entertainment -awaits you
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
An hour and
van and rear of the struggling lino,
end it would be a clumsy enemy, as
fighting went in the woods, who could
not cut such a force into pieces "like
thread," as Franklin said
The Advance Begins.
Tho thing was to be attempted,
nevertheless, with stubborn British
resolution. It was the 19th of May
Yltmr rail 4VliSh fAt-naa . ,J ,.-1 AB 4li
i . . ,, n ,; V r- ..
march were finally collected at Fort
-.,. .. ' . ,,,,,, m
Cumberland, twenty-two hundred mea
In all fourteen, hundred regulars.
now the recruits were in; nearly five
hundred Virginians, horse and foot;
two Independent companies from New
York; and a small force of sailors
from tho transports to rig tacUle for
the ordnance when thero was need on
I tho way. And ,t was the 10th
of June when the advance began,
straight Into that "realm of forests
ancient as the world" that lay with
out limit upon all the western ways."
Braddock a Mischief Breeder.
It was a thlrig'of ihflnite difficulty
to get that lumbering train through
the tangled wilderness, and it kept'
tha temper of tho truculent Braddock
very Tiet to ta how it playpd havoc
with cvrry principle and practice of
campaijring he had ever beard of.
Ho charged 'tha colonists with an ut
ter want alrke of hotter and of hon
asty to h2vo kept him-so long await
ing the transportation and suprllss
they had promised, 'and to have done
so little to -end With, and so drew
I Wflshinffton Into "fremient rifsmitpfl.
mintained with ' warmth on both
j ardes... bnt he difficulties of tha
m&TcK prcsenUy wrQUCht a certain
, forest change npon him, and disposed
i him to takn counsel of his vounir VIr-
7-. Vi . . ,. ..
i S'nlan aIdrUl8 M man 'n a hIa,
, companr j,,, conl1 Bpeafc ont 0f
, Pledge ! that wild country.
On the 19th, at Washington's ad
vice, he took twelve? hundred men
and pressed forward "with a lightened
train to a quicker advance, leaving
Colonel Dunbar to bring up the rest
of the troops with the baggage. Even
this lightened force halted "to level
every mole-hill, and to erect bridges
OTer every brook," as "Washington
chafed to see, and "were four days in
getting twelve miles"; butthe pace
under all State and National Pure
Food Laws. You can pay a
higher price, but you cannot get
a baking powder that will raise
nicer, lighter biscuits, cakes and
pastry, or that is any more
Your money back if K C fails to
please you. Try a can at our risk.
was better than 'before, ana nrought
them at last almost to their destina
tion. . ,
Surprised by the Enemy.
On the 9th of July, at mid-day, they
waded the shallow Monongahela, but
right miles from Duquesne, maklngva
bravo show as the sun struck upjn
th'eir serried ranks, their bright uni
forms, their fluttering banners, and
their glittering arms, and wont
straight into the rough and shadowed
forest path that led to the French
Upon a sudden there came, a man
bounding along the path to meet tn'pm,
wearing, the gorget of a French offi
cer, and the forest behind him
swarmed with a great host of bpt
half-discovered men. Upon signal
given, these spread themselves to tho
right and left within the shelter of
the' forest, and from their covert
poured a deadly fire upon Braddbck'a
advancing lines. ' -'
Wlthgood, British pluck the steady
regulars formed their accustomed
ranks, crying. "God save the king!"
to give grace to tho volleys they sent
j bck Into Jh forest; the ordnancn
wrs brought up and sv. ing to iti
work; all the force "pressed forward
to 'take what "place Ut could In tVe
fight; but where was the use?
Braddock Will Not Listen.
"Washington besought General Brad
dock to scatter-hls men too, and mett
the enemy under cover as they canje,
but he would not listen. They must
stand fn ranks, as they we're bidden,
and take tho fire of their hidden foea
like men. vvithout breach of discipline
"When they would havo broken jn
I ! . i t.-i .. .-!
"" l """ " meir panic at using
slaughtered there in the open glafle.
itnout Bl,ht f th .,v Rraddoek
blat them back wlth hiw aid
beat them back with his sword, and
bitterly cursed them for cowards.
He would have kept-the Virginians,
too, back from tho covert If he could
when he saw Ihem seeTc to close with
the attacking party in true forest faoh
ion. As It was, they were as oftn
shot down by the terror-stricken regu
lars behind them as by their rignt
foes- in fronL Thfiy alone made any
head in the fight! hut ,who could tell
in ssCa a yjice how tha battle tared?
TO BE CONTINUED
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