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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1913
Monday and Tuesday
Return Engagement of
Five singing and Dancing Girls
Don't miss seeing' these clever
little artists for the last
time in Bisbee
Program Changes Daily
SAPHO - SAPHO - SAPHO
Exclusive and Only Showing at the
Special Matinee Today 2:30 P. M.
3 Complete Shows Tonight 3
6:30, 7:45 and 9:00 P. M.
The Grandest Picture Ever Presented
To the American Public
Lord and Meek Musical Comedy Co.
My Uncle From Ireland
Featuring CARMEL1TA MEEK A Spanish
Beauty and her DANCING BROILERS
2 Shows Tonight, 7:15 & 8:45
T m 19 "Multum in Parvo"
By special request of our Disbee patrons we l:avo engaged this cele
brated orchestra for one nisht only lu connection with our regular
program. Regular Orpheum -prices.
10c, 15c, 25c Children 10c, any part" of the house
Program changes Wednesday ami Sunday
Chorus Girls' Contest Friday
Gharity C-imitlee Working
ijWith the Churchesof Dis
trict to that End Needs of
Worthy Persons "'
AVlien asked yesterday abent future
work planned -by the. Charity Commit
tee of the Board of Traao, Miss Cuai
mings. the secretary said. "We an
very busy at present The majority
of our time is being spent in getting
lifcta of the families in need. Each
church in tho city is working in con
junction ilth us and a great Ileal of
g'ocd wJl"bQ done between now and
"H "ily a day p.asses that we are
nil a-lee" . '"a ta furnish shoes and
-ii-hinir for uccr children of the ctty.
Our sapply fi ilotres.aHd shoes lsl
limited. Ma-.- hsvc E'.reaay conin
buted clothes tad mency :cr fuel and
we'wouia certainly appreciate tsy
-i .,,t,.Uttit!nn nf this fcl'.S. -Oe
tVe are making extensive plans to
furnish the poor with good dinners
v-. rt7 and there will be two rep-
t.atu-m from each church to as
sist us In this wcrk. We are furnish-j
ing clothe.s to children wncse parens
are sometimes not worthy themsel-e.
.,t .h' children are really In need.
We confine ourselves to gUing or
ders for clothing and groceries need
ed, instead of .furnishing the money.
. . ftmi the case that the
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money Is taken and used for other
ENDLETON HAS STRONG
GRIP ON II PUBLIC "
No Advance in Prices, 10c and 15c
Loge Seats 25c
Mmiwi' avjr- villi mus iijwn iii'tw.f
The Peerless Pendleton packed lie ;
iloyal theater ior four shows Itst1
rJght. Bisbee succumbed to the pow-i
cr of attraction of the man of mystery j
with promptness, and in return ne
added to his hold on the pu-olic. Nono '
ere able to solve this truly wonderfr-l'
1-erfoimer, whose manner or wont Is'
entirely new, so free frcm the old Urn?
ways, so entirely frank and open and
yet at the same time so absolutely bt
yond the intuition of beholders.
Pendleton makes his last appear
ance at the Royal tonight. He will be
seen in matinee this afternoon. l.asl
night he said that at both matinee and
night performances he would welcome
any and all questions. All he asks is
the presence of the public and the
Lowell has made it possible to see the
same production, with the genuine out
door and indoor sqttings, which would '
be utterly Impossible to set on any
stage in the world at 10 and lac.
Sapho" as seen at the Lowell today
and tomorrow will be replete with all
Its glory and splendor.
UNCLE FROM IRELAND
IS ORPHEUM PLAY
GLADSTONE FAMILY IS
An enthusiastic public made It ap
parent to the Royal theater during the
week that the Gladstone family would
receive the heartiest reception ever
extended workers in their
brought tack for a return
The Lord & Sleek Musical Comedy
company will present for their fourth
play in this city "My Uncle from Ire
land " A farce which, is full of Irish
wit and humor frcra the rise to the
fa'l of the curtain.
The story deals with a young spend
thrift and his wife, who in their en
deavor to keep out of de&t get the un
c'.e in some very cmbarrasing situa
tions finally electing-the uncle mayor
of the town. In the title role Mr. Tom
Haverly is at his best, to say nothing
line If of Miss Carmelita Meek, as the wile
engage- of the spendthrift, who will wear some
ment. The theater for this reason, of her costly gowns, some of which
and because the Gladstone's are really have been imported from France and
high class, is getting the family back Spain, and with the balance of the cast
mrt rnnnii. tpsib thai m h nut I tomorrow night. , Pat Rafferty. Jack Spragucllo, Mbs
op to him.
At Douglas 'during- the last week the Bessie Stratton, MISs'Tay'N'orton, Uob-
success scored by tho Gladstone's ert B. Hamilton, and the chorus. This
equaled that attained here, packed should prove to be one of the best
couses being played to nightly. That Irish musical comedies yet presented
the packed house record of the Royal at tho Orpheum with the extra added
for a solid week will be resumed with attracUon of the Royal Hawaiian
the appearance of the Gladstone's to- Orchestra of whose ability, as artists
morrow night, there can be no doubt. , of renown, it Is not necessary 10
The family will be at the Royal tomor- speak. They were a big favorite on
Ins will miss a very rare opportunity.1 rcw night and Tuesda night, leaving the Orpheum circuit, and have played
The show will open at six ibis even- " tne coast on ciosms nere.
Hundreds about the city yesterday
and last night talked of the remark
able things done by Pendleton and the
uendens of the- insight he had given
them Individually to things which they
had deemed buried from the possibil
ity cf human solving. Those who fail
to sea hist this afternoon or this even-
LE TEAM OF
!T LEAVES CITY
, . Jack Housh and ife. who closed an
Florence Roberts at tne I .owed 'n ,, , ,h .,. TKo,r ,ot.
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I take this means of thanking the
Loyal Order of Moose and my
friends for their kind assistance ren
dered me in my late bereavement.
MRS FANNY HUDSPKTH
A Shipment of
RAISINS AND FIGS
Glazed fruits of all kinds.
Everything for the Fruit
J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food Grocery"
"Sapho" is the way the aderiislnj.
reads. The "California Favorite" re
turns, figuratively, to delight with her
art, in the great Daudet love story.
It Is mere than six years since Flor
ence Roberts last came to the War
ren District to cfTer her New York
Success. "The Strength of the Weak."
which had served to introduce her to
the theater goers of the Metropolis.
The talented Californlan came awl
conquered and the announcement that
she is again to appear here, even if It
is In the "movies." will be hailed with
night will leave today for El Paso.
After spending a few days there they
.will proceed to Dalles, Texas, where
tbey will begin an engagement on the
Tuttle Vaudeville CircuK. i
They are a clever team and will he
warmly welcomed on any return en
gagement they may make to the city.
Mrs. Housh, known under the stage
name of LaVelle, Is one of the ery
cleverest character artists on the stage
and destined in due time to attain
wide fame through her work. Mr. and
Mrs. House have been before the Bis
delight by those who recall her and bee'pubc about three m0Qlhg uid
i It is said that in the splendid love
' story of the French, she is seen in a
! part that fits her, "and coupled wltli
jthe elaborate scenery and caste fur
nished by the New jjJWestic company,
the offering should prove one of the
talked of picture events of the season.
She wHl be seen surrounded by a
strong company of picture players.
j who were drilled under t" master
hand of Lucian Henderson, premier dl
! lectcr of the Majestic company.
PernajpB no "movie drama In re
cent years lias excited as much com
ment as this play and the very fact
that Fioreaee Roberts, for many yearn
thrown open to the public on Dec. 1G.
Plats of the townsite show that
Mr. Lane started out with the best
intentions in the world to number
the north and south streets and name
the cast and west ones after his
children. There is Montle. Brown,
f l ifaette. Shirley, Clair. Caroline
and But there it ends and there
is one cuim over.
The plat shows that Mr. Lane is
overlooking no bets. There Is a plot
of ground set aside to be deeded to
the county and bearing the ambitous
title of "court house site." A block
Is set aside for the public school
grounds and another for a city park
an engagement at the E.ks Club a
short time ago. The prices remaiu
the same .V show of duality.
the y. i c i
aside from the favor they have won
from ttlsbee audiences have made
many warm personal friends, whose
well wishes go with them.
BIN Dill OF SHEETS
II NAMING HIS 101
A nicely dressed young man visit
ed the offlee of Constable Thomas
early 'yesterday -morning and asked for
a warrant for the arrest of A. Mc
Barney. McBurney is the trainer of
the California Investment Company's
two bears, being kept at the O. IC
stablee. The young man made tfceJ
lollcwing statement. '
"I have always thought that my fore
fathers were bears and have been told
Arrangements wert. completed at
meetings of the Social and Physical
work committees of the Y. M. C. A...
during the week for an elaborate all
day program at the Y. M. C. A. on
The program will begin at 9 a. m '
and will continue until 11 p. m. So,
effort twill be spared to make the day
one of the happiest and lest In enter-,
talnment and sociability for the man
fisov firm hntnp rind nlsn fnr the farc-
I Hies of Bisbee.
the afternoon an excellent family
program has been arranged to which
and women alike are invited a.wl ,
In the evening a mammoth smoker wljl
be given, with lots of good work on',
the part of the committee In charge,
but they will feel more than repaid'
If the people of Bisbee wW help by
their attendance and enjoyment of
what may be provided.
Admission will be free all day and
evening. The decorating committee
are busy and also that on refresh
ments. The latter will be plentiful.
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Xmas Gift Box
We have Kodaks from $1 to $65
Loweli Drug Co.
The students of the High school
were treated to a fine musical program
Friday afternoon from 2 until 4 o'
clock, by the Blstolfl Italian orchestra.
The prcgram was one that was very
much appreciated by the audience. ,
SIgnor Blstolfl also addressed the Glee
Club of the High school on the sub
ject of music in a very interesting
manner. The Histoid orchestra will '
play during the dinner hour this even
ing at the Copper Queen hotel.
Three room house partly furnished.
Six room house partly furnished,
N'aco Road, opposite Holbrook car
stop. T. J. WATSON.
Fit His Case Exactly
"When father was sick about six
years ago he read an advertisement
of Chamberlain's Tablet in the pi
pers that fit hh case exactly," writes
Miss Slargaret Campbell of Ft Smith, ,
Ark. "He purchased a box of them ,
and he has not been sick since. Mv
sister had stomach trouble and was)
GRAY H DARK
Look young! Nobody can tell if you
use Grandmother's simple recipe
of Sage Tea and Sulphur
by all deaters.-
Lame ba'ck may come from over
work, cold settled In te muscles of
the back? or from disease. In the two
When you start to name the streets
In the to-nnsite you are having bid
cut, for ycur chl'dren, wouldn't yen
..nbot ,. nHfl nf th most talent- "rc "" " 'w "u"a ",al "" "au I 5mt AfrRirmev arrested.because He MALLARD'S SNOW UXHLBNT. It
! ed of emotional actresses, has lent her one chlla's Mme IeU and streU i net treating my forefathers; right." should be ruhbed In thoroughly over
art will clothe It with an interest that to S it on? And under those cir- The man was referred to jHdge Wal- the affected part, the relM wlH be
recently by a medium that they wire, former cases the rfgbt remedy 1
to pack the popular Lowell to- cwnstance. what woald be your pro- Ur Tnomag wno referred him "back to prompt and satisfactory.
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! niffht and 'Mondav Hteat. eeeaure; hare another addition jr- the consUble. He finally got disgust- 50c and J1.G0 per bettle.
Tk 1.H1 ulll ota with today's mat ve'ed -,n order t set tfce other btrset, and jeft tne 0mce. Meantime, Bisbee Drug Co.
Inee and be repeated tomorrow night. r what? Trainer McBurney wears a sickly grin
Manager Frazier secured tho absolute This is the momentens question and has made arrangement for ample Order your Xmas snit now. Will
exclusive showing of this masterpiece which faces J- TL Lane, owner of the protection should te grand?on of the deliver it in time. Guarantee Shoe
for hie houee. and by so doing had to Mc.Neal townsite which Is to te bears come his way and Tailoring ( o. (H'l
' wit ud a nandsomL bonus, oiuerwisu
it would probably have been shown In
some of the ether theaters. This will
be one of the strongest boosts for the
LowelB it has eer had, as there will
be no raise lo prices. Tbeso charged
to see this attraction on: the regular
F.tage Tanfee from $2.00 to $3,00. The
YOUR CREDIT "Ulicle JimV S GOOD
Brewery Gulch jSu'ccesso to Hsatris Fura.ft.re Co. Brewery Gulch
We Buy Second Hand Furniture
FOR REXr Folding chairs 3nd ta ties rcr entertainments and parties.
T H O R
With the two spel control are
eepeciAlly adapted for climbing
steep grades and herd traveling
over bad roads. The two speed
is placed on the rear 1ih1 and
operated by the same ler that
operates the clatch, an is abso
lutely fool-proof. .(
For a demonstration and cat
alog .:q see P. "3. Sargent or Jack
Lareen, C-ir r Bisbee.
sale j Almost everyone knows that Saa
s i Tea and Sulphur, properly com-
i pounded, brings back the natural color
; and lustre to the hair when faded,
; streaked or gray; also ends dandruff,
i itching scalp and stops falling hair.
;ears ago the only way to get this
mixture . wa.i to make It at home,
which was mubsy and troublesome.
Nowadays, ty askins. at any dnic
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy," you will get a largo
bottlo of this famous old recipe for
, about SO cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No onB
lean possibly tell that you darkened
, your hair, as It does it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a spongo
cr soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by, morning the
gray hair disappears, and tafter an
other applfcatlon or two.your hair
bectfmes beautifully dark, thlck ami
'glossy. Adv. " -C73
We sell Second-Hand Furniture on little at time payments.
BARRELS OF.H0HEY TO LOAN, We Rent Second-Hand Furniture, j
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