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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1913
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POLICE TO RID
cm OF HP!
"Slnco Uio Hock Island Transccn
tlncntat trains have started over tbo
E. I'. &. S. railrUd, there have
been tnoro heroes, bums, beggars and
tramps coming Into the district than
have ever seen before. Last year we
vttsreconsiderably troubled with them
but this year I esUmalo that their
number Is at least doubled''.
This was the manner In which Chief
tot Police Watklns spoke yesterday
yiltti refcrtnee to the many unwel
come arrivals -who have lately Invaded
tho district. Continuing he said: -
T have issued Instructions t6' my
men- to arrest all vags on sight and
tlace them in jail. I am determined
rid the city ot them and will use
all my power to do so. I also ask the
cooperation of the public. The police
force is inadequate to handle the all
nation, but we will do our best and
jwill he able to show results.
"It Is not unusual for a number to
(Dme here every years from the north
to avoid tho cold weather. They
scend their winters in California,
where the climate Is warm and en
route there to stop off for a few days
In each city they pass to get meals.
At the same time they co'nmlt ptty
rolj Jries and crimes in each city
These tha used to trael on the Rock
Island trains twere taken oer the S
P. lines to tho north! of us. Vut nw
they come this way."
Tte Vitagraph and Olograph eom-j
.,. . ... f
anles strive rcr i-ic uni tenuis .
the Lowell tor- :t with two very hlgu
class dramas. The Vitagraph pre
sents "The Outlaw." There Is real
tragedy rent ted In this picture' and it
lias been effectively ?ut over by pro
ducer and players.
The Diograiih ofters a beautiful
drama entitled "So runs the Way.".
A notable presentation cf a problem
LAXATIVE FOR OLD
Salts, Ca'or.c:, Pills, Act on Bowel
Like Peppoi Arts in Nostrils.
Get a 10-ceut box ar
iet rit ucmlft ehu. Elve to tho
bowels some regular help, else ihev
suifer from constipation. Tt 'edi
tion is perfecUy natural. It is .
as natural as it is' for Old people to
walk slowly, i'or age is nevor o
active as youth. For musclos are less
elastic And the bowels are muscles.
So all old people need Cascarets.
One might as well reiuse to aid weak
eyes with glasses as to neglect this
gentle aid to weak noweis. me uu
els must be kept active. Tills is im
portant at all ages,, but never w much
at at fifty.
Age Is not a time for harsh physics.
Youth may occasionally whip the bow
els into activity. Out a lash can't bo
used every ""ay. "What the bowels cf
the old need is a gentl and natural
tonic. One that can be constantly
used without harm, The, only such
tonic is Cascaretfc, and they cost only
10 cents per box at any drug store.
They work while you tleep. AuvL
of quality. - It-possesses that
golden color and rich Java fla
vor not found-In other brands.
AH cans sealed air tight,
whole grains groand to your
J. B. Angius
-The Pure Food Grocery"
j We sell Second-Hand
PRIMA DONNA PLAYS
Emmy Oestinn ant "Hercules.1
Mme. Emmy Destinn, the world
famous prima donna, recently plaved
the most sensational role in her life.
She appeared in the cape of "Her
cules," a bipr. fierce-lool.ine lion,
during the perf ji-mance of "The
Lion's Bride." - This is a moving
picture d-ama and was played in
Berlin, Germany. The plot of the
flm is that one of ve daucbters of
a.i eccentric American millionaire
spends moat of her time in the com
pany of lions. Thio U the first time
that so famous a sinner as Mme.
Destinn has appeared in suh a role,
requirinc so much nerve, and while
she thinks nothing of her feat and
sajs the lion acted just Hie an
ansora kitten, lever cf the opera
are more than glad that no harm
befell the famous prim:, donna who
is now singing in grand opera in
in society life. From the standpoint
of acting, characterisation and photo
graphy this special Is eminently well
In ''Tho Actress and Her Jewels''
Mae Hotely is Interesting as- the ac
tress -who, in search of publicity, con-j
nlves at tho theft of. her Jewels. It J
. . i i
was very ulsagreeauie luibiuc.
Tonight BSwln DukefieW Krill mato
his initial appearance at tie Lowell.
Mr. nukefield is billed as the Chicago
liaritone and i especially engaged by
two of the leading song publishers cf
the east to introduce their latest sou
Tho FvO"al Hawa.ian Serenaders
made such a trenwndoas hit Sunday
night that they have been reengaged
to appear again this coming Thursday
and Friday nights.
Tom Ewing, president of the Pata
gonia Mining & Development Co, is
in receipt of what he considers the
best news he has yet had from the
property. It is contained in advice
that the tunnel, now 200 feet in a
very sleep hill, gaining ISO feet depth
in the 200 ftet, has cut the first .of
four ledges showing on the surface
mil r.aralellnir each other within a
width of 200 feet
The ore encountered Is the beet
that li8 been gaiaeit in any of the
Patagonia worhingg of the company.
where they hae ore in several open
ings. It wt.8 first tapped with a 30-
foot upraise from the tunnel, where
they found a narrow stringer. On
this they drifted both ways, and lo
the left the stringer widened to about
14 inches of ore that is making a gen
eral average better than ?75 the ton
Rich 'strebks run better than ?280
The same values prevail in the tun
nel, whero they pushed ahead after
finding In the upraise that the ore was
dfnninc down to tho tunnel. It vrat
found a little (.head of the! point
where they had halted to make tha
upraise. It Is believed that the tun
nel will soon come into others of the
ledges showing on the sarface, whleh
are expected to come together at
greater depth. The ground has re
cently softened, after a lot of hard
rock In the tunnel, and "they believe
that they are now out of the broken
A quarter of a ton of shipping ore
is heing stacicea aaiiy ny uie com
pany and will be shipped before Ion?
at regular intervals. Only the high
grade is being taken out, and a con
siderable amount ot fair grade is ac
cumulating in the workings.
Read Review "Want Ads."
is a line drama ana carries a spieauiu ' EOst and best vaudeville organization
vein of good comcJy. lever hooked at popular prices In this
"The Contents fcf the Suitcase'- U, district, 10 and 15 cents; a high cla3s
you have ever read I on?fellow's ' attraction for any theater anywhero
"Outre Mere" you'll enjoy this- reel5-and wortn 50 cents In any city,
all the more for instead of getting "a I Ths Wtt8 the verdict ot large audi
pig in the bag" you'll get a lot of jonres which attended the three shows
greettfacks, only to be arrested later put on nt the:ipyal theater last night,
as a counterfeiter of the most dan- anu it will bcthe verdict of crowded
gcrous tpe. And all this happened I houses oery night the balance of
inadvertently to a well dressed swain j this week. Mo other verdict can bo
en route tt? see his fiancee. J giien.
Tie Lowell had its new steam plant j iiie five. young. ladies of the Glad
In operation last night and this little 'stone family are' five distinct stars.
I alace of amusement was the only i Each is an excellent attraction in her
home of comfort in the district. It self. Combined, they give an enter
is needless to say it was highly ap-jtainment trat Is far and away tho
predated by tie Lowell's many pat-1 best of the sort ever offered here,
rens and especially so as the night I Harmoii'y in song and dance are of
IN CAGE OF LIONS
EVILLE SCORES A
'BIG HIT ATJHE ROYAL
The "Gladstone Family" is the big-
uie "i&iitfpi u umpaiu anu uie oij
latest in production! direct from New
York. In acrobatic work two of the
sisters present a very remarkable
series of acts. Ttiose who fall to at
tend the performance will miss a
really delightful treat.
Beside the vaudeville features, the
usual I'icei'eiire in pictures shown b
maintained. Thrc will be a change
of ficturps every night Also there
will be a change In the vaudeville bill,
entire, each night.
As fruit cake improves with
Cood clan to bake several loaves
ccougn toiasunrougn me noiiaay season, i
Wrcp the loaves In oiled paper, put them
in a cool place, and they will 1-cp all winter. ,
ThU recipe Is an exceptionally ood one,
and If followed carefully, you will have
cake t hit you will be proud to serve on any
cession that may arise durlsg the winter.
K C Dark Fruit Cake
By Mrs. Jaact McKenzie Hill, Editor
of the Boston Cooking School Magazine
i cups flour; i teaspoonful salt; 1 tea
spoonful K CBcJHng Powder; 2 Uaspoon
fuU cinnamon; teaspoonful all pics
and nutmeg; teaspoonful each, clovea
and mace; 3 Iba seeded raisins; 1 lb.
currants; l lb. chopped Jigs;
ciiron; grn:ea r.naoj l
lemon; S cups butter; S
cup3 sugar; 12 eggs,
separately;) i cupmns
Sift together flour, nit, bakirg powder
and ipicei. Dredge fruit w.th flour thor
ounhiv. Cream butter and mgar; add beaten
rolkt; sdd alternately flocr mixture and
liquid; add whipped whitei, beatfor ten
jnieutei. Stir in prepared fruit. Lme loaf
puu with four thJekneisei of paper; pour in
batter. Bake in low oven from three to five
hours, covering pans with paper until two
You need the K C "Coofs Book," con
talasoe this- and If other deficioos recipe
tttXfrtt upon receipt of tfce colored certifi
cate packed in erctf 25-cent can of ICC
Baking Powder. Send to the Jaquei Mfg.
Read Review "Want Ads."
7 lb. stxeea.
" ! y L J&
7 - -"
your credit "Uncle Jim's" is good
Brewery Gulch Successo to Harms Furniture Co. Brewery Gulch
We Buy Second Hand Furniture
I'OR ItEXr Folding chairs and tables for entettainments and parties.
little at time payments. phonp 257.
at Blood Disorders
A Remedy That Has Shown
a Must Remarkable
At Lttt Ton Can Ot Rid of IMood TraMn
8. S. .
Th word Medlrfn ts one of th most
iburd In our language. There are
certain medicinal properties Just as ne$
urj to tcalth ax tins food we eat. Take,
for example, the well-laoirn medicine S.
S. S. ThU lamoui blood purifier contains
medicinal component Just as vital and es
(ectlal to healthy blood as the elements of
wheat, roast beef, the fata and the sugars
that mate up ocr daily ratios.
.s a. matter of faet, there la one In
gredient la S. 8. S. wblea serves the
active purpose of stimulating each cellular
pirt of the body to the healthy and udl
clem selection of It on eesentlal nutri
ment. That Is i-ai It regenerate the blood
fPPlyj why lr. has such a trcmendaus In
flueac In overcoming Eheematlsm. Catarrh
3f the StooacB ana intestines, rim exop-1
tlonv and a'l blood troubles.
Get a bc'tte of S. S. S. at any drug
store, a-d In a few days you will not I
crlr feci trljit and energetic, bot jon will
t the picture of new life. S. S. S. Is pre
nared only In the laboratory of The Swift
- Ifle l a.. 219 Swift Bids., Atlanta, Co..
yr'io oaintaln a very eOctent medical de
ojefmrst Kbere all who hare any blood
'"TJer cf a stubborn nature may consult
R K S t snld everywhere by drug stores,
ilenafiacnt "d gerral atores.
D ")'t perraU anvene to sell jou a sub-stlts-e.
Insist uooa S. 8. S.
One of the mott distinguished
visitor In auto circles who ever visited
tho Warren district was Teddy Tetz
laff, who arrived Sunday eienlng and
spent the night here on his transcon-J
unentai tour in nis rarapus Flat car.
lie left Los Angeles on Thursday
morning and is bound for New York,
hero he will enter a race In the
early spring. He made tho trip here
over the Corderlaud route. He regis
tered at the Copper Queen hotel where
none of the guests recognized the fa
mous driver who has startled thou-
sands with his reckless and fearless I
His 120 car was probably tue high
est power car that eer covered the
road. It was not stripped for racing
hut onj look, at the monster which
has figured In many famous battle
told that it was an out of the ordinary
car and built for speed.
Teddy TetzlafT is a very modest
personege. When called on ofr an in
terview by a representative of the Re
view he refused to say anything for
publication in regard to his past
achievements. All ho. said was that
he was v.ell pleased with the roads
over which he came.u He left yester
day morning for Douglas.
&!D MADE SPLENDID
FLIGHT FROM WARREN
C E. Xixon made a magnificent
flight from the Country Club grounds
Suncay afternoon. There was no fuss
about IL He Just went up, flew out
to Naco, did a fr circles and cami
back and landed. It was rough rid
ing he said when he came down, du?
to lots of choppy air currents On
the grcnd there was a lively wind
blowing when he arose and when he
came back. Tho aviator gave no out
ward sign mat tteie things bothered
him a bit. The large crowd that wit
nessed the fight wah highly pleased,
though many were disappointed, for
Ue most who went out to se the
flight id not brieve It -would be
Arrangements are being attempted
under which another flight may be
j made during the week from Lowell
Grand opera selections rendered in
splendid o!ce, real treats from the
best in musical convert programs of
the highest class, the best In melody
and style from the o'.d time minstrel
manner of presentation, the brightest
from late musical protucUons, a he-
trildering array cf musical novelties
and .Instruments, solos, ducts, quar-
And nil This Week
The Gladstone Family ?
Complete Ghange of Program
Don't Miss This Attraction
Attend The Royal
And See The Best
A 50c SHOW FOR 10 AND 15c
Monday & Tuesday evenings, Hecember 1 & 2
Under the auspices of the Eagles
Endorsed everywhere as the Greatest Musical
Organization on the road.
The Company Jncludss: Trpuhadours Gran-! Orchestra; Saxa
phone Quartet and Quintet: Trieo- V'olin, Cello and Harp; The
Byronrioiin, (Four persons playing on one instrument. Used only by
this tospany); Piano Soloibt, Tenor SoloUt, Violin Soloist, Cornet
Soloist, Saxnphonc Duettists.
'rh programs presented are instructive, entertaining, amusing,
a:.- a. ways contain something to please every one. Tills company
has sained a broad idea of the public's tate for clean and wholesome
entertainment through their experience in touring America and tin
countries of Kurope.
Admission - $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
- Seats on sale at box office
tetts and full orchestra and band ren
ditions all these things are in a two
and a half hours program given by
Byron's Troubadours at the Orpheum
under the auspices of Oiskee Eagles.
It Is unnecessary to sa that thobe
who heard this organization last night
villi return to hear the entire change
of prrgram which will e submitted
this evening. Also they will bring
with them hundreds of friends to
whom they will recommend the at
traction today as Uie most replete and
delightful musical treat that the dis
trict has eer enjoyed. And It is all of
that and more. No one with care for
music 'but has the opportunity to en
joy it tonight at the Orpheum and It
will doubtless be many a door before
there is another opportunity to near
the same "worth.
Because of the cold and disagree
able night and of some coajusioa in
the public mind, many having had the
impression that the attraction at the
Ueater was the Haiwaiian serenaders
aho hue recently appeared at several
local affairs but who have absolutely
no connection with the IJryon Tro
badours and are in an entirely differ
ent class, the attendance last night
was not large. Also the theater going
public had Mafeme Sherry" the night
before and was not In haste to turn;
out again. Tonight, however a packed
house may be expected, it may also
be added that the Orpheum will bo
conrfortrttJy heated, no matter how
cold It may be cutslde, for repair of
the beating apparatus has -been com I
HAVE STRONG COMPANY
lyord ii MeeLs Musical Comedy Co.,
opening at the Orpheum tomorrow
night, comes highly recommended.
The organization will remain in stock
at the Orpheum for -some time. It
prmiisea a change that will be appre
ciated by patrons of musical comedy
the district, not because the re
stock company in comedy had
BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN,
, f y. u j a tot !
Pictures changed every
shortcomings but because new faces
are always welcomed by theater go
ers As a matter of fact the recent
stock company embraced some very
high classs talent. Improvement upon
which will lest Uio abilit'ies of their
successors. Improvement, , however
all the tlmo arid in all ways, is the
Orpheum slogan and In the Lord x.
Meeks Co. they believe they have got
something that will give theater go
ers more pleasure than any other
stocJt company they have jet put on.
Duo to cold, rain,' sleet and snovrtj
which struck the district yesterday
and continued through most of the
night, the Eagles Carnival took a day
off. Should there He fair weather to
day, the show 3 will resume this evening.
OF THE WARREN DISTRICT
Auto Agencies, supplies, Accessories Liveries ana oarages j
CLOSEO'CAR HEATEO COMFORTABLY
We Rent Second
Lowell I neaire
The StaBdard of Htgk Class
OUR NEW STEAM HEATING
PLANT MAKES QUR HOUSE
JUST AS WAIIM AS TOAST.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A
WELL REGULATED HOME
WITH THE VERY BEST. EN
TERTAINMENT THROWN IN
NOTHING LUCE IT IN THU
DISTRICT , j 'i
NOT LIKE OTHER THEATERS
t i .,
TUESDAY AND WED
NESDAY "THE ACTRESS AND HER
Lubln Special Drama
"THE CONTENTS OF A SUIT
CASE" Edison Feature Comedy
COMMENCING TONIGHT ''
"The Chicago Baritone"
Introducing tne Latest Eastern
"SO RUN8 THE WAY" ,
Biograph Special Drama' ' 7
Return Engagement by requeat
Thursday and Friday Nights
ROYAL HAWAIIAN SERE
NADERS FOR SALE
One seven room house,
in Warren, cheap. On
Campbell street. House
Good building lots in
Upper Tombstone Can
yon, on reasonable terms.
Also building lots
Hogan & Seed
AUTO STAND W. G. Buchanan.Prop
Phone 24 and 261 Service at hours
Day or Night Long Trips a Specialty.
ItATKS Trips 1 to 5 passengers 3oa
mile or by the hour 1 to 5 pass. JtOO.
Town trlrs EOo passenger.
III. HAYTHROXWHITE, "nones s
1 306 Stand Wallace's Cigar Store. .
AUTO SERVICE ALL NIGHT
HENRY GAETJEANS & OTIS DEAN
Stand at Orpheum Tbeatre phone 160
Residence Phonijt3. '?'-,
ORIENT BAR LOWELL
Phones 3Z ana :t
Long Trip Oui.
- Hand Furniture,
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