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THE 13ISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB RUARY 3, 1914.
Helpful in Holding School At
tendance; as Well a in
Keeping Children Off the
Streets; Watchman Needed
Hemlts from the children's play
ground, vhllo .they Include some
broken bones, and many scratched onj
.bruises,, ape nevertholOs considered
as en thu'whole to measure up to and
boyomPthe best expectation of those
, Whof furthered the Improvement.
fAa to tho accidents that have oc
purred, nnd that aro ocourlng, most of
thorn, iln fact practically all, have
como about outside of schocl hours.
, Its has been jrrumstrntcd thereby
that ilicro Is distinct need 'for the
appointment of a caretaker for the
grounds empowered with full maW
Ity to regulate the actions of tboie
' making use of the equipment follow
ing the school closing hour and tho
ringing of a curfew al 0 p. in:, whon
the grounds arc supposed to closo.
' During tho schocl vacation season
there will be absolute necessity of
the presence of such a porion In ,iu
thorlty Jn order to prevent dally ncol
dents,' some of which nilplit readily
enough prove fatal.. Those having thp
.playgrounds In charge are awnre oX
this nerd and havo been loo i-n
around for the right man Ui take
charge. Accidents (that hiiV4 oc
curred hnve given ndded proJfcitrj to
1 1 demand f jr 'his protection for the
children, many of whem are too
to young to havo any sense of real
ization of the danger In wnh-f! they
often place themselves or stand.
Ono notable '-4..i.re I.. & iiiiectlon
with the establishment of the play
grounds 1ms been that the amusomunt
here afforlwd has annulled tho neces
sity which formerly prevailed fcr
teachers to keep watch on their pu
pils during recess hours In order to
nuiko Hiiro that they did not dosurt
from tho grounds and the balance of
the school session.. With tho play
grounds available at the Central build
ing, the children evince no detire to
leave. In fact thoy might not
driven frem the nmusomouls which
the playgrounds equipment afford.
Aftor school hours anil nightly
thero 1b a big lesson nffotiled In the
advantage or the grounds to the city,
for here are found hundreds of chil
dren amusing themselvei. in heilth'y,
wholesome manner, who prelous t
the advent of th playgrounds were in
the htroeta, all ever the clt , engaged
In any and all kinds of diversion,
gocd, bad i&ul Indifferent. Now Unm
ans to be found nightly on the play
grounds until o'clock. hen, ttrcJ
from play, they go home.
THE M0VIN6 PICTURE
The Orpheum is at the present time '
serving tho public with the very !
strongest moving picture service that
has ovor been offered in tho district. (
This service donarts from all tho
Old tlmu hard and fast rule of mov
ing piciure piay. liieru is un -;
travaganco In securing tho ronllstic,
the trim to life and tho thrilling uia
no other service has ovor approached.
Expense evidently cuts no part In tho
Iiosldcs the conveyance of enter-j
talnment, the pictures of this service i
all have a background of real lufor-j
matlon and educational value. It Is,
worked I" with the highest skill, for
instead ft being n drag at any stqgo
A fresh shipment just re
ceived. ' If you want one of these
old fashioned Sugar Cured
Hams place your order early.
j. B. ANGIUS
I BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN Sewing Machines $5,00 Each We Are Hie
of tho picture It adds to the pleasure
and tho thrill of) Vaah and every pro
duction. This Is n crltlctsmHhat comes about
from consideration of no ono plcturo
but from n revlow of weeks of these
nightly changes. Knch and every ono
is not- only good, but strong. Photog
raphy of tho Orphoum pictures is
great, scenic endoavor unsurpassed,
character acting Iteyond all question
the greatest that has over been em
ployed In-plctures shown here. Packed
houses nlghtiy aro tho tost ovldenco
of tho correctness of this recommen
dation of tho prplioum shows. Al
though tho price of tho house Is ten
cents to nny seat, that fact would
not draw tho Iilsbec public for n sin
gle mlnlt If excellence at shows tfld
not also attend.
Total in Schools Deposit Well
on the Way to $1,000;
Lowell School Leads Bal
ance in Money Put By
School children of the district at
the end of last week had on deposit
In the school children's savings de
partment a total of ,5775. This sum
has grown from small savings, pen
nies nlcliles and dimes mostly since
a few woeks before tho close of school
In Juno last when the savings system
With the closing cf school there
came a pause In the systom of sav
ings by deposits In the school rooms
through -the teachers. Some few
children went to the, Miners and Mer
chants Hank during the "holiday per
iod and made occasional deposits, but
not many, and th amount placed to
tho credit of th? children's deposits
during th time was small.
With tho ro-opoiiing of school thrs
Immediately enran about a rtump-i
t;on cf tin' good hnblt started In the
early summer and it hn grow" ncn'
lly ever since. The teachers are able
to see that the savings Idea has taken
deep hold In numoroui Instances
ar:i-ng ths little ones, while there
has been thrift suggested and favor
ably Impressed among) all of tue pu
pils There is now considered to b cor
tnnly that by the end of th school
ypar there wi'l have beep attained
totitl depcslt of no- lass than $t,MH.
W'tu the likelih;.il ,tit this amo.mt
v 111 be substantia . .-eeded, ,md ty
this time next year there is helbsf
it there will: b doul.le the p'Tsent
amoi nt to the rou' of tho c'Mren
Conduct of t'iils department Is a
nutlet of phlla ithrophy with 'V' It
watf said yesterday at the Miner i..
Merclmnts bank. ""It costs mor to
look after tho children's saving than
an be earned from tjiein. Hut If the
synleni makes a few savers during
the balance of their lives, the out-ci-me
will have paid well In the ling
run. The incentlvo to save U un
questionably greatly nlded by such
suggestion as Oils children's savings
deposit idou. It starts tho young onss
tho right way, and thnt Is mor thau
holt the battle."
Superintendent of Schools hllbp-ak,
who planned tho bavlngs doicit nln'i
un Riisrcnhtlon of tlu bank nud I.)
co-oparatlon with Its officials, eels
vory much gratlflod with the way the
plan Is working out and considers it
one of tho vory best educational,
moves (hat lins como about, lie ald
yesterday that whllo all tho school
had taken hold cf the Idea wt-il. Hip
Lowell school w iuld have to be con
ceded first honors the puill of this
school having deposited moro moi.ry
than any of the rest.
I TOM'S CABIN
BOOKED FOR ROYAL
"I'nrl Tom' Cabin," Harriet
lieecher Stowe's immortal story of
tlio South, has been produced In mo
tltn pictures and Is booked to appear
at the Itoyal Theater for two dayH
cmmencljj with the mallneo tomor
The story of "I'nclo Tom's cnWn"
Is too well known to be retohl hare.
Suffice tc say that the production,
which Is In two reels, shows the
many dramatic situations to splendid
advantage. Kllza's flight across the
Ice; nor rocuii by jtiourge llanlrf, her
husband, and his Quaker frlemis; tho
s'alo of Cnole Tom to Haley, the
slave dealer; Undo Tom's lovo for
little Eva, and tho death or the child;
tho mlschlovous pranks Topsy plays
linen Aunt Oubella: tho brutality of
Simon Kogree, aro till shown with
such realism- as to make this adopt-
ntlon moro poworfiil than any stage
version could pobslbly be.
Kvery man, woman uud child In
Illslicc should sen this wonderful nlio-
I tr.piay while it Is nt the Ho.val The
ater. It is tho die motion plrturc no
one can afford to miss.
By Mrs. A'ctitta lrtjrs, Rvfotiettt oj
Hit Art of Making, as taught by
Mis. Janet McA'cnsie 1 1 ill
llrlpful C.lie Matilnd IlloU
Always sift flour mid KC Unking
rowdcr nt least three times, 'flic
more sifting, the lighter the cake.
Remember thnt! To cream but
ter and sugar quickly, warm the
sugar slightly. Beat yolko of eggs
with rotary beater. Whip whites
of eggs with flat spoon whip.
Water makes lighter cakes; milk
makes richer cakes.
To mix a cake, first cream but
ter and sugar thoroughly, then add
yolkb.'if used. Then alternately
add moisture and flour that has
been sifted with baking powder
and stir until smooth and glossy,
ndding egg whites after thoroughly
Always use K C Baking Powder.
Ahvayssift flour and KC Baking
Powder nt least three times.
Have shortening cold and firm.
Mi:: dough as soft as it can be
handled. The softer dough goes
into the oven, the lighter the
biscuit when it comes out. It is
easier for K C Baking Powder to
do its work in soft than in stiff
dough. Mix biscuits very little.
Do not knead. Stir up with spoon
or knife and press iu shape to roll
on floured board.
With K C Baking Powder re
sults are sure and certain. Ask
vo'ac grocer for K C. 30
wwm mi ib
TO BE OraEfl TODAY
Fine Addition Completed to
Service and Attraction at
the Y. M. C. A. Building
Tho swimming pool of tho V. M.
C. A. will open for permanent use to
day to Its members. This is an an
nouncement that has been keenly
awaited for many weeks, and It will
carry groat plensuro and benefit as
wull. Much effort was put forth yes
terday to get on the finishing touches.
Rules and regulations for the use
of the pool go Into effect this morning
and the management earnestly solic
its the co-operattbn of the members In
enforcing the rule and thus make it
a source of enjoyment and pleasure
It Is interesting to know that no
change will bo made in membership
rates for this additional privilege, but
it l hoped that tho members will bu
tso pleased with its benefits thnt thoy
m turn win uuuuuvur seuuiu uiuu
friends and acipialntancos as members '
. ...tn i i . i . i
aim interest mem in an 01 ine privi
leges of membership.
Tho Y. M. C. A. seeks iu overy way
to make its building tho social center
ot tne men 01 tno enuro uisirici, aim
no effort will bo spared to accomplish
this desirable i result. Como In; thu
wnter Is fine.
OF THE LI'
rrhu iu-..ira wo..i, ..mur.-iMi u i
Licmposed of five splen'.ld film stor
ies. K. II. Calvert has the r lo of a
policeman In "Heart of il-e Ijiw" and
h, sfiit out to pick up an est aped
convict. He locates him. Ho Is a
man of position. The jiolicemau bo-
-f our Grandmothers Had Only
How thoy would hnve welcomed
It. For they knew tho bleesed re
lict thut the old-fashioned mustard
plaster gave for colds,
aches and pains.
Hut thoy had to tnko
tho blister nnd tho
burn with tho plaster.
You can got mus
tard's wonderful effect,
without tho plaster and
without tho blister.
MUSTKItOI.K does It. It is n
clean, white" ointment, mado with
oil of muhturd. Is scientifically
prepared, so that it works wondors,
and yet ilooa not blister thu tend
Don't spread ML'SfKItOMa on a
cloth. Hou't bind It on wlth u plucii
Just mnsHago It In with tho finger-tips
briskly. Seo how quickly
Successor to Harris
Headquarters for ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND GOODS
Streets Arc Thronged Sunday
Morning With Crowds for
Moving Picture Camera;'
Bands Do Excellent Service
If you want results, advertise In
tho Ilevlew. Nearly 15,000 pcoplo
thronged In Main street and Hrewery
Gulch Sunday morning around 11
o'clock Iu response to tho advertise
inent of Manager Norcross of tho
Hoynl theater summoning 10,000 peo
plo to turn out and get iu tho luov
ing pictures It was proposed to tako.
Tno pictures wero taken. The opera
tor of tho machine says they will bu
fine ones and thnt they will show a
city that will make residents every
where In tho country toko keen no
tice. They are to bo added to with
mine and mining views and will com
prlso n great plcturo when the work
Is finished. Much credit Is due to thu
Itoyal management for carrying out
tho enterprise, results from which aro
bound to ho of much benefit to thu
Tho Copper Queen nnd the (' & A
bauds helped gallantly with getting out
Sunday's crowds and with entertain
ing them, iloth bands played excel
lently nnd their music was much ap
predated. Also they were of prime
Importance In directing tho course of
the crowds. Services rendered by tho
hands Indicated public spirit of very
worthy kind. 1
cmium a butler In order to make sure1
of his man. Ills heart Is stirred l- ,
a little girl of the household, remltr:-1
inn him of his own. The upshot i'
thnt ho writes his resignation and!
leaves tho home., When he get to
his hotel ho finds word that the man!
Is Innocent. All ends well, it Is a
good story, well aoted.
"Hilda of Heron Ccvo" Is a peclnl
dranla by the Sellg company. There
are scuie excellent backgrounds nnd
tho while Is convincing and t-ut-r-tainlng.
"Tho Electrician's Hnziud '
Is a photoplay of exceptional strength
In which tho girl saves the young
electrician for the rival, who would
havo allowed the curront to be turned
-en to soon.
Two at the Vtyagraph people really
go up in n balloon. In tho picture's
story. It makes, .u. aovol way to get
away frcm M and l'a. !
included in Thursday's all feature
program the Iwell will present their'
next series of exclusive service mas-!
terpleccs "The Chinese Death Thorn"
a romnrksbIo dramatic offering in ,
parts by the Kalem exclusive play-'
IN MONROE DISASTER.
i0,ifni,i in, , 'n.tav
directed that 1
charge of negligence bo preferred
against Captain Osmnu Ilerry of tho
Merchants fc Miners steamship Nan-!
ENGINE DURST TWO KILLED.
Freight Trr.ln Set Fire by Explosion
and Merchandise Destroyed.
DAKKHSFIKM), Cal., Feb. 2, En
gineer William Urcssen and Fireman
J. F. Cnmpboll wero killed when a'
Southern Pacific engine, acting us u'
helper on an eastbound freight train,
blew up about half a mile east ofi
Edison, olght miles east of Ilakers-,
Held. Tho train took flro and four.
cars of merchandise were destroyed.
Campbell was Instantly killed, hlsi
body being found 100 feet from tho
track. Dressen was still alive when
help reached him, but died on tho
It brings relief how speedily tho
And there Is nothing like MUS
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i. I. -I.. 1 l,.,l,..lin fitt.
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gest on. Pleurisy, Jt leumausiii,
I.uinbago. Pains and
Aches of Hack or
Joints, Sjirnlns, Soro
Muscles, Ilrulsos, Chil
blains, Frosted Feet,
Colds of the Chest (It
At your druggist's.
in 'doc nud 50c Jars, uud a special
largo hospital slzo for $2.60.
Accept no substitute. If your
druggist cannot supply you, send
25c or f.0c to tho MUSTKJIOM5
Company. Cleveland, Ohio, uud wo
will mall you u Jar. postage pro -
J. 1. u. hmery, M. D., So. Wftt -
orloo, Mo., says; "Musterole Is
much better In every respect than
the mustard paste or the mustard
phibtcr. I shall now keep it on
hand for ready uso at any time."
Largest Buyers andSeller oi Second Hand Goods In Arizona
Many women Ion far children, Init becnute of
Some cumble vhjnical derangement nr deprived
of thu Rreatert of all haiipineu.
Th WMn,n kr.. p.m.. n1 (,.... ...M
"I took your Com
pound nnd have a fine,
strong baby. " Mrs.
John Mitchell, Mas
scna, N. Y.
"Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound Is a
wonderful medicine for
Mrs. A. M. Mycrs, Gor
" I highly recommend
Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vee-
$A ctnblc Compound before
child-birth, it has done so
much for me." Mrs. E.
M. Dokkr, It. Ii. 1, Con
"I took Lydia E. Plnk
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pound to build up my
system nnd hnve tho
dearest baby girl in the
world." Mrs. Mosc
liLAKLLKY, Imperial, Pa.
"1 prnlse the Com-!
pound whenever I have ,
a chance. It did so much !
for me before my little
girl was born." Mrs.
E. V. Samieiis, Itowles-1
burg, W. Va.
"I took your Compound-
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TILLI3, Winter Haven,
WHAT HAPPENCO :
TDTHEGAS SUPPLY LPST VmiER?;
Better be f reparti and
COAL & WOOD
& Feed Company
Phont? Lowell 120
GASES ME SET
B! THE COURT
Calendar Is Called; Haigler's
Murder Trial Not Among
Those Acted Upon; Attor
neys Defense Claim Fault
Practically nil of the menii ers i
the bar In Douglas, and In fact, the
enUro county. wuro In Tombstone
, Saturday to hear the enlllng of the
cv Jury and criminal court calen
unrs uy JU"ge ijckwooo oi uie su
Following uro some of the settingh
which uro ot most Interest In this
Fred and Otto WaUon, murder,
February H, '1, 2C.
J. W. Hichart. murder, March 2.
J nines A. Fulker, murder, Fuuru
M. Lopez, murder, February 10.
No date was set for the trial of
iUoy iiui,ior, chargud with murder at
, Illsheo, as - thu attorney announced
tjioy would move fcr a (imihhlng of
the Indictment on the ground of toon
uicul errors. The date for the trial
of Itate Hradliury was also not set,
duo to an agreement between the at
L 's Tlaaal 't
8 & . V
"IN THE CLAWS OF THE LEOPARD"
A Spoclal Kour-Heol Feature
i Coming Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8-10,
0 -ItKKLS-6. 210 SCBNKS. 160 I'HOIM.K
Original All Stnr Cast by the All Star Feature Him Company
More r.enllstlc than a $2.00 Itoad Show
Admission Portola, Snu Francisco, and Mnson, I.os Angeloc, COa
OUR PRICE IS ALWAYS 10c
Any Seat 1 0c T
This ad and 5c admits you
The Vitagraph Compa
ny's great comedy suc
cess in two reels. To
night for the last time.
Don't miss it.
Two Other Interesting
Coming Wednesday and
A two-part adaptation of
Harriet Beechcr Stowe's
immortal 3tory of the
South. The most popular
American drama ever
MUSICIANS TAKE NOTICE.
Madame Urlsolda (Mrs. John Ward l, world famed soprano, will
be In Illsheo for the winter nnd will accept a limited number of stu
dents for vocal Instruction. Special attention given to tone produc
tion nnd deop breathing.
Madame Crlsolda will be open to accept engagements for re
ceptions, rlul8 and muslcales. !r trrm, etc , apply Koynolds' Mu
sic and Gift Shop, lllsbee, Arizona.
OF THE WARREN DISTRICT
Auto Agencies, Supplies, Accessories Liveries and Garages
ORIENT BAR LOWELL
Phones 32. and 5S6
ED PLUMB, Prop.
Important Cut Is Made by El
Paso & Southwestern; In
Effect Some Weeks Ago;
Results Are Expected Soon
Lower eostg or living, to which end
tho HI Paso & Siulhwe8tern hnB tak
en sovornt steps In thu lust bIx months
tliiough the establishment of lowor
tariffs, have received another nil from
tho railroad through a material cut,
made In thu frulaht rate on coal.
This rato has recently been rwluced'
from Sn.08 on thu ton to $1.30, u clwin
cut of 73 cotits. The reduction has
ULt yet had effect un tho price of coal
Iccnlly, although It wont Intt e fleet
on the ISth of labt mouth. Since thut
time shipments havo. been 1'ocolYed
by dealers nt tllt lower rate, of $)..!().
PrcBunipticn lb that dealers will
glvo the public the advnutage of the
lower rato us scon as thoy huvo jis
posed of stocks f coal on hand, re
ceived before tho new rato wont Into
to matinee today.
ZZ PHONE 142
From 7:15 to 10:00 P. M.
For Tuesday and
'THE HEART OF THE LAW"
S. & A. Special Drama
"HILDA OF HERON COVE"
Sellg Special Drama
Kalem Kxtra Drama
"UP IN A BALLOON"
"THE CHINESE DEATH
Kxcluslve Feuture In '1 Parts
Never Miss Our Exclusive Serv
Night and Day
Long Trips Our
AUTO STAND Orpheum Theater
Phone 360 Day and Night Service
Long Trips a Specialty.
V R I C
Pictures changed every
Anticeptic Barbsr Shop
HAYES Or.OS., Props.
3 First-Class Barbers
The neatest place la torn
State Agents McIluo'B Ilalr lie
otorer, Positively Guaranteed.
Acvuss from Elks' Club,
uect. If a cut of 73 cents should ho
made, tho amount tho freight rate has
been cut on deliveries hero by thu
railroad, the cost ot coal to the con
sumer will bo 'brought to nrouml
JIU.lTj from the present charge of lit
and better, a considerable saving for
the consumer, particularly 'diirlig tho
cold wuathur season which is picbiihlu
during tho greater pun of this and
Any Seat 1 0c