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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING, O CTOBER 16, 1913.
NEWS IN THE DISTRICT
" "" , .4 1 ,,,.. ,., ,1 1 fc,1 ...j'lJthHM.. IIHII !!!
SAYS MUCH IS
' 10 GOJE HERE
Broker Believes District Will
,Do Some Great Thincs in
Future, Unthought of Now
., Notes Prosperuy .
Max Lvy, senior member of the
firm of 1 vry Bros, brokers, with a
branch office in the Copper Cuen
hotel, arched .here josterday n&7p
lng from Denver and is greatly
pleased rcvilb Tjuslness conditions as
be finds them In the city and dis
trict "When I left a little oter a year
ago 1 noticed that -business was pick
ing up considerably but I had no idea
that It would, reach the present pro
portions." said Mr. Levy. "Mr Jac
obs, our local manager has certainly
made a good record since he has heen
In charge and I am a firm believer
In the future of the district
"I believe that the city of Bisbee
IG Pill TO
IE CAIIED OUT
last night wltltxH taking an open
pert n political acthltles. In ex
illation of this, the wise-acres said
he declined to make peace with an
erstwhile local henchman 'Who is
credited with having deserted him a
fortnight since and gone oer to th
Is just now in its infancy and look Hunt camp The tentative action of
for big things to happen here, an yet the Federation in deciding to with
unthought of. There are many i ade- draw the support of labor from' the
velojnd ore bodies her an" with the legislators Is assigned as the reason
prcs'nt price of rapper yoa will -s-o fcr Senator Worsley making his visit
ho unSMWN flu
YET SHIS WORSLEY
Senators Makes No Pact jvith
Labor Too Early for
That It is too earl to cast an eie
oer tie Gubernatorial timber in Ari
zona, is the opinlen of Sooator Albin
s A. Worsley who was summoned to
Uistee yesterday on pmate legal
business. Ills archal mas preceded
by a report that he would participate
In tho proceedings "of the Federation
of Labor and compete with Gov. Hunt
in lining up the support of the labor
It caused little surprise in weU-'n
Knights Columbus Postponed
Gathering Will Be Held
Sunday Many to Be
Here from AH Over State ,
At Knights of Columbus Hall next!
Saturday ulght there will bo a large;
class put through the first and second i
degree ork. On Sunday at 3 in the
afternoon this class will go through
me mini aegreo.
mis program was arranged for
seme time ago and was to have been a
part of a big obsenation by Bisbec
formed circles, however, when Sena-.K. C. and other lodges of the state
tor Worsley departed for his home of Columbus day The death of rather
much new development here
"As a matfer of fact the entire
state is in the ojes of the countr
as a copper producing center "nJ (convention nor did I come here for
here one for a conference on prhate
business affairs sblely.
'I will not attend the Federation
Bisbee enjojs the dist'netian of
lng the largest prodc'ir"
" that purpose." Senator Worsley sail.
The fact is, I did not expect such
GOES AFTER DESPERATE
GANG CATTLE HUSTLERS
Meurer occasioned postponement
which as made until next Saturday,
telegrams being sent all over the state
aihlslng those who intended to be
hero to await further notice.
Following degree woik there will
be a banquet tendered all in attend
ance It will be a very large affair as
more than one hundred visitors are
expected in the cit. There will be
particularly large attendance from
Douglas and El Paso, 1'hoenU, Flig-J
ktaff. Tucson, Globe, Clifton and otherj
towns are aIo "ending representa
tives. A number of the IsJtors will
come for the purpose of entering the
third degree class on Sunday.
While there will be some departures
from the elaborate program that was
originally planned for th occasion and
the observance of CoIum&uB uay, out
of respect to the memory of Father
Meiirer. there will nevertheless be a
larre program and a big time for all
attendants. Tho gathering will be at
the K. C buildln?.
has given the store some of the cry
best advertising features it has ever
a thing could &e possible It certaln-
! ly would bo most unusual and I
would not think it good judgment to
ask anyone outside of their own men
to take part in the deliberations ct
! their con entlon.
j "I am not a candidate for govern
or at the present time and I do not
. (know whether I will be in the future.
Cattle nwtli-.t U vgatn jeport:?! , ,t ,s too early to e,en trlm 8a,te
prevalent in the Juniper rats coun-;that ,,i,ectlQn. , fMnk tn ..A.
try out Tombstone canyon Cona-'tWag to do to walt untn neit;haQ and IncIdcntalIj. has shawn enJ.
less capacity for work. His need of
a rest from his arduous labors of the
last few j ears Is in considerable part
responsible for his departure at this
Ume. Many friends made in the dis
trict by the genial gentlemen during
his residence here very much regret
his departure, but Join in the hope
that California may be good to him
bio, Thomas left esterday afternacn ' Bamer an3 the,, sufficient Ume will
for tho local t on the strength of .have 'Intervened to see what are tho
issu-s and what the material needs
rim tho gang out if not make cap
ture of some of th6 members.
(Due to thV conditions prevailing
across the border in Mexico there
has been censtderaele incentive for
cf tho state require Then and not
until then, can the Tight man be so
Iected to serve as an exponent of the
live issues that are developed."
Spnfltnr Wowlmf ilpnlftrpd thn mi&.
tie theft of catte In good flesh on ukcs made by orsanizci ,abor
this side of the line during the last ( tnn)ugh tne worJ of lrresponsM.
year or more The cattle are either, ,.,, hn ,, nt ,,,, h.t.
r llfna J 4ti tnAtt i rrtti1 nror t ft A ... 1
Z"S1 :' ..: '. r:.. .,h , -. ? ami n!o of labor- He e " generous with ,ts prosperity
""'"" u "c .. U...W. -.-- - ugvg that she cause will survive
tween T-rts of entry. This, at least. mlstakes hCTkWCT
Is th- tSorry o the officers and ap-
pesa r cat tIv '.raable under exlst'ns
The thlever rho have got awayi
with a mm1-! rf cut' " comprise a
daring and c. c;ro. d Some
of tho memLer3. Mes. art -
lieved to lvc un thib Mdo ai , j
work ostentatioasly at other t
ments in between raids They h
confederates across the line who
cross when given noUce and assist
with the raids.
DCDCC HMO !
GOOD TO THEH;
DANCE LAST NiGHT
Tonight --- O N L Y---Tonight
Ike's Got a Gil
She's a Pippin!!!
She's at the Roya! Tonight
FOR THE LAST TIME
Asjc your friends who attended last night
IT'S WORTH WHILE DON'T MISS IT
Song Specialties by Miss Maxine Lavezzi
First Performance at 7:00 A continuous Show
1 urNiuri 1
Musical Comedy Company
PRESENTS THE ONE ACT TABLOID
"VIOLA THE WAIF"
written and produced by Walter Reed.
Change Days Sunday & Wednesday
Special Friday Night Chorus Girls' Contest
Sunday "Busy Little Broadway"
Admission: 10c, 20c and 30c
Children IQc to any part of House
hows Niifitly, 7:30, 8:45
Ntw Auto for Hire Man
C. O Hopson is the latest to enter
the automobi e for hire field. He na3
purchased a Studebakor 40 from tne
Disbee Auto Co. and established h s
stand in front of the Waldorf in
Urewery gulch tbe busiest locality in
town, affirm the Brewery Gulch folks
Pictures changed every
Believes In Birthdays.
Martin Davis, veteran Arizouan vr&t
receivcing the congratulations of hi
friends jesterday along with brass
pieces and the cigar that lias the
iwnn to It There were reasons, one
lielnc that Martin was celebrating Ms
Ijthlan Castle was. tl'e Svf-ue last
niclit of a large and happy gather. ag
of the men of organized labor in the
Advertising Manager district and the,r ,adies' the occa8,oa
. .t dl l r j ceing unaer tne auspices of tne
omes to the Phelps-Dodge j, Vnlon and blvbaaor ot the
btore Mr. Doyle Resigns de cgates to the State Federation
to i tv r ortuncs on Coast
The grand march was led by Pre
A R. Smith and wife have arrived ident Davis of the Federation anO
In the city from Colorado Spring Mr- O S. French, who was hand-
and will make their residence here sir costumed. Mr French di-
"blrthdaj- for the third time this sea-jXhey are a ver pleasing gain to the cted tb marchj with attendance
son and the other that Martin's j c;ty and wl'l doubtless find s arm of the usual manner of distinction
friends sn "numerous and inclined to welcome in the social circles in which hich accompanies his participation
coticratalste on all kinds of occasions ujey move Mr Smith comes to the
SOCIAL. DAN"E FAIR HALL.
Satardaj, 18th. come 8 30 p.
m. All respectable people lu
v.ted. V it Holland, Mgr.
in social affairs
The dancing continued until an
position of advertising manager with
'the Phelps-Dodge store He U a, early honr this morning
loung man of vigor and enterprise
T . .1 ...til t1it Anlil fvv fnm fnnwh
UUU Will 1U1U ik liOiU uciV IWt W4W. i
! activity. The former home of Mr. ;to the Federation convention were
I greatly enjoyed by those partleipat Stand 1 reserved seats and stations
ing Practically all of the delegates! for autos He wl" flnlsh drafting
PLANS FOR BIB BILL GUI HOVE RAPIDLY
-DOUGLAS TIES A BRACE 10 SIGNS TEAMS
Word was received from Douglas
last night cf the closing b wire of
arrangements for the appearance m
that city of the White Sox and Giants
the afternoon or Xov. c. and it is
probable that orders for a number nt
tickets put in from pouglas will be
canceled lor tho game-here, although
many Douglas people will doiibtlcss
see loth games, mauly" tfisbee pejple
uoubtless doing likewise. However
tae loss of Douglas attendance b?n.
no matter should no one come from
I that city, will .be an Immaterial mat
er, as the ball pari; mil be filled to
the limit of capacity by the thousanls
cf HIsbee and Warren district peo
ple who will be at the game
Dcuglas was 6tlrrefi to action by
receipt of a telegram from the Chi
cago agent of the Hock Island asking
what they were going to do about the
open date on the Gth nets sor them
The telegram was addressed to tje
E. P. & S W agent at Douglas and
he took tbe matter up The fans got
together and arranged for a bank to
wire that $1,000 was on deposit fir
the game Acceptance of this suar
aotee was wired Douglas last night.
and tbe Smelter City is happ)
Arrangements go on apace for the!
Warren Park game. J L. Frazier lieved advisable to be ;n line earh
yesterday finished platting the Grand , Tuesday morning for seats
Idolized by base ba'l fans the world
over will appear in the exhibition
game here Friday Nov. 7tn.
Presenting Motion Pictures DeLuxe
AND OUR FAMOUS CHALLENGE ORCHESTRA
DIRECTION JUAN GARCIA
Program for Thursday & Friday
The Flight of the Crow"
Big Special Feature in- 2 Parts
Pathe Weekly No. 43"
World's Current Events
"Mr. Dippy Dipped'
S & A Comedy Feature
COMiNG: The World's Greatest Masterpiece
From the Manger to the Cross"
IN SIX PARTS
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
v--rJJ.- mi ! lrrM t j- LJ . . .,
OF THE WARREN DISTRICT
Auto AgenciesSuppIies, Accessories Liveries and Garages
the tickets today. It is stated by tne
The limit of seats so-g -:o anj one
person win be fixed between now
and Tuesday. It has become knov.n
and Mrs. Smith was In Colorado tbe floor and declared the event the executive committee that tho re-! that there are some who contemplate
m owfe-fe ssbesb.
T&3&&&W -V? r -
f5Z&zzmm& I r .o-iV 1
The Best on Earth. Fresh ex
press shipments receiv.ed reg
ularly at this store direct from
the "Farm." Try an order
today you'll like it.
Springs, where he followed -work sim
ilar to that which he tabes np here
jand in which he has hecn very s-ic-!ccsaful
"Colorado Springs Is actlvo and
makfps steady advance," said Mr
cMh vflnoF!?ir Va ?avf nnt bten
tiUu ,.w..w. - . . ,
nere caraiy ions eflougu uj bmk '
our minds for purposes of compar
on but Bisfeee certainly looks erv
rood and such of its cllai as wo
have had a eamp'e of compares cry
'faorab!y with the hst tfcat Colorado
Springs, famed as it is, has to oner k
Friends acquainted with otfc Blstes,
and SprlBgs climatic colHtens tell
us we will like Bisbee bt.
Bisbee certainly iiapress the
new arrival as betas H there with
activity, hustle and prosperity. One
on coming in and looking alxwt ?or
accommodations ,is , certaWly Im
preebed with the fact that there are
no Hie -hows or rooms, 'i a cii
1b to a certainty crowded with peopl t
It te a mighty good ln and far pre-.
ferable to hoasa for rent and rooms
to 'et iteas at every tra." t
Mr Smith will sece4 C. J. Doyle.
who ha tor a cowWeraW rii
bees with PnoHw-Doage as advartls-j
He resigns to go to San
v c ucaotiiauic in
any con entlon
.T fSS'J.Vi fK1S-y.
Pfev I ?feAtf?&uti jM
52 &&fe. &i& m
n m&Mmm 1
the historv 0('served seats and auto station3 will le buying up reserved seats In quant!
en sale Tuesday morning, Oct 21 ties to be sold at a premium A.
There will be seating accomodations racgement3 will be made under
for fully 3 000 peonle and it is be which scalping will be eliminated
ROYAL IKES A HIT
WITH NEW FEATURES
At the Hnral theater last Bight aiid
yesterday attarRooB. 'Alaa:at :xe and
his Gal scored all of ue wieceee that
Manager iN'orcros had anticipated.
It is a great picture, wall, the bal
ance of the bill Is atove tae average.
i It will be seen toi)t for the last
Miss LevaEsi added a great deal to
the pleasure of Royal attendants yes
terday an! on her first appearance
won manner of favor that assures
that she will be a very strong draw
n? card at this house the next few
efks She has a splendid tofce and
understands thoroughly how to lun-
I die It There has been no such op
IPortunity to hear really good singing
Diego, where he has the eer of a iaasa
am. :ifrEgtttWrSfflri in Bisbee In a long time
"FLIGHT OFTHE GROW"
THE LOWELL TONIGHT
'The Flight of the Crow" the dram
atic story of a worw ramons trump
In two reels w!H be tae chief attrac
tion at the popular Lou ell theater to
The moaaker of "The Crow" is not
a new bat a powerfnl signature in
the world of photoplay showing the
fraternizing of the factors of high jo-
dety and the ragged hobos that drift
up and down the earth. It is an In
teresting two-reel special. The bet
of It is that it tells a fine story and
on that will be popular with all
classes of people.
l'atse Weekly 43' in its topical
worth heightens it3 alae It is al
ways worth while. The closing num
br is perhaps to a great many the
AUTO STAND W. G. Buchanan,Prop
Phone 24 and 261 Service at hours
Day or Night Long Trips a Specialty.
Stand, Wallace's Cigar Stand, Main St,
Phone 27. Res. Phone 308
AUTO SERVICE ALL NIGHT
HENRY GAETJEANS &. OTIS DEAN
Stand at'Orpheum Theatre Phone 3S0
Residence Phone 273.
ORIENT BAR LOWELL
Phones 32 and 5S6
ED PLUMB, Prop.
Night and Day
Long Trips Our
TAKE A JOY RIDE!
A. D. REESE
DAY PHONE Hi l
NIGHT PHONE SI.
more :rcrat!ve PoeWoa. Before M-ttVP&EPi2jSB&lEsaB2SZS&i n j----..
ceptlng of the latter he ewects to IE lfcaJ63 ks-iffitx
hU , nnen.1 look over OrHfornla ! S ... . 1? T "3 O J9 " - - - K
take a general iook otct tnnoiui q tattd rnrtTT
and may decide upon another lo"a-i IU UlV VsIuHll
tioB. aw fJbyle emce itn me
Pbeips-Dode store has demonurafod
much ability in his line of work He
Successo to Harrris FurnitureCo.
"?I7a TZmvv GZzinxrsviri KStmA TPv...,-
j . We sell second-Hand r urniturepnhtHe at time payments. BARRELS OF MOSEY TO LOAN,
Bane & Tarrant
Estimates and Sketches furnished free of charge to
Prospective Builders. Phone 485
real feature as H Is one of the best
comedies seen in a long time. In
conjanction Is shown oe of the jjre.it
eastern beaches filled with hathera
The management of the Lowell an
nonnres the coming of the world's
grcntest moving fftit, "From the
Manger to the Cross." It will be
-hown for three days matinee and
pvnmg. Noenjher 6, 7, and 8.
Mrs. Wattles Soon to Return
Captain Wattles, of the E. P. &
S W. Bisbee fljer, is expecting Mr3.
Wattles to return next week from an
extended trip In the east and north
west. The captain has for some Ume
been losing weight at a rate that has
alar&iiHis friends, and - the early
returjij k f Mrs. "Wattles Is conside&d
essential to the recovery of the' gen
ial railroad man to proper form. J
We Rent Second-Hand Furniture.