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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1917.
ITIFE AND DAUGHTER
ARE PROUD OF, THE
: DEFENDER OF KUT
R. Zellner. the piano dealer, is in
he city for a few days from his home
n Lr.s Aneelos. California, and is reg
stered "t the Copper Queen Hotel.
iiiwnii nil rrtrmrTT
The Silence of the Snow
Is like the silence of Lady Lou. Her past, veiled In mystery, brings
an element of despair and sorrow into her life which Is only con
quered by the power of a man.
WILLIAM FOX Presents
"THE SILENT ;
A New Production by
R. A. WALSH
ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS
THE PICK OF THE WORLD IN PHOTOPLAYS
CONTINUOUS FROM 1 TO n
How a beloved vagabond takes a 1,000-to-1 chance for a fortune and
wins it, as well as the love of a pretty heiress
Quaint Humor Strong Acting Wonderful Plot
ESSANAY PRODUCTION Screen Time: 65 Minute
PATHE NEWS NO. 60 Showing I. W. W. Landing Safely in Colum
bus. See Bill Cleary in Pictures
CONTINUOUS 3 TO 11
, SENA OWEN
"A Woman's Awakening '
A Modern Romance With an Unusually Fresh Plot
The Story of a girl young and foolish, who marrios and repents; who
goes through all sorts of tortures seeking a way out, until the hand
of Fate interposes and awakens her to that which means more than
the empty glitter of riches.
Also, TRIANGLE Comedy, "Her Candy Kid"
ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS-
The Coolest Theatre In the State.
Continuous From 1 To 10 P. M.
PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY
Reserved Seats 20c
Lower Floor' 10c
Sta e Line. ;
The original Tombstone stage leaves!
dally at 7 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. from
Cochise Motor Co., Phone 444. Leaves
punctually on time daily. 939 .
Rain coets $7.50 up at the Office j
Store next to Bisbee Review, Main j
Street Adv. 827
Mrs. Actors, Beauty Specialist and
Demonstrator. Lockie Hotel, Opera
Drive. Adv. 60
Miners coming off shift will find the
English Kitchen where they can get
light lunch. 820
Dr. Carpenter, eye, car, nose and
throat. Douglas, every Wednesday.
Inquire Douglas Drug Co. 342
Dr. Playfair. Osteopath. 98 Mason
Kill, Mason car stop. Phone Blue 647.
Continuous From 1 To 1 1
AND 15 CENTS.
R. R. WATCH INSPECTORS
Prompt repairing, careful workman
ship, courteous treatment. Lowefi
Jewelry ShOp. Adv. 886
RYCE FRYE STUDIO OPENS
'Mrs. J. Ityce Frye, graduate Cincin
nati Conservatory of Music. Pupils in
voice and piano every day at Presby
terian church, 2 until 3:30 p. m. 391
Seven passenger touring car leaves
Tombstone daily, upon arrival of Bis
bee stages, for Nogales, fare $5.50, 25-
! pound baggage limit. Adv. 317
For night lunch gO to English Kitch
en. Hous open all night - 82
Send your laundry to the Standard
Laundry. Phone 57. 362
j GOOD NEWS FROM FORD
! Price advance postponed! We have
five Ford touring cars In sight and ex
I pect to get another car load to sell at
1 $413.50, although we must contract
' them subject to advance.' This is your
! chance. Hood & Bledsoe. PhOne 6S6
! Bisbee. Phone 171 Douglas.
NOTICE TO BUILDING
Sealed bids will be received on build
ing new school house at Gleeson, Ari
zona, rians and specifications can be
a to John E. Penbertby,
Gleeson, Arizona. A certified check
mount 5 per cent of the bid : must
accompany gatu uiu. u'ua
opened at the old school house at
in.. August 18th, 1917. " .
JOHN E. PENBERTHY,
L. M. BROWN.
Board of Trustees.
Exnert renalnne on Bne watches
and Jewelry, diamond setting, engrav
lne and general repairing. Mintou,
the Dostofflce jeweler, LowelL
SHIDELER AUTO SERVICE.
For hire, five and seven-passenger
cars for !Ong and local trips; union
nirces. Call Phone 366. Ask for Shid-
Miners coming off shift will find the
j English Kitchen where they can get
light lunch. 823
Has anyone visited you? Or
have you entertained? If so, call
the Review after 6 p. m. and tell
the Society Editor, Phone 39.
WILL WORK CLAIMS
Ed and Jack Morgm have left fi.r
Apache Pass, where they will .ork
their gold claims.
I HAS RETURNED.
j G. O. Rhodes, has returned from
! Douglas where he spend a few days
on a visit to friends.
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE
H. A. Cartwright is a recent arrival
in this city from Tombstone and is
registered at the Golden Hotel.
VISITING IN DOUGLAS
Mrs. John Rodsers of this city has
gone to Douglas to spend a few weeks
on a visit to her friend, Mrs. F. D.
T. B. Grace, who represents the
Jaems B. Dick company of El Paso,
is in the city lOr a few days, inter
viewing the local trade.
IS IN LONG BEACH
Mrs. Frank JulifT of South Bisbee.
is at present at Long Beach where
she will remain for a number of weeks
enjoying the cool sea breezes.
Mrs. Aries Miller and baby Of Los
Angeles, are in the district for a few
months' visit with Mrs. Miller's sister.
i Miss Ava Mahoney, of Warren.
HOME TO DOUGLAS
Garland Coffey of the Douglas po
lice force returned to bis home in
Douglas yesterday after taking two
prisoners to Tombstone that had been
i sentenced to serve terms in the county
Baseball today. J.-B.
Warren Park, 2:30 p. ni.
Select invitation dance at Highland
Park every Sunday night. Invitations
at Uncle Jim's or Highland Park.
Lowell Paint Shop. Painting and
paperhanglng. Phone 701. Box 3944
i P. H. Williamson, Prop. 14?
' GOOD NEWS FOR FORD OWNERS
! Have you seen Hood & Bledsoe's re
modeled office and garage at Johnson
Addition? It's immense end still grow-
ing. Call and see us. The best in aii,
regular lines novelties. Hood & Bled
soe, authorized Ford agency, Johnson
MEN'S SAMPLE RAINCOATS
One-third oft regular prices. Mil
lei's Shirt & Hat Shop. 285
Baseball today. J.-B. vs. C. & A
Warren Park, 2:30 p. m. 52:
WE HAVE THE LATEST.
In. sheet music the , New Patriotic
Songs. Also full line of records ana
talking machines. Lowell Jewelr
Shop. Adv. 842
LEARN TO DANCE.
Private lessons daily, 1 to 5-7 to 10
W. J. Graves Academy, Lowell (Bro
phy Hall). Phone 628. Adv. 60b
Call for M. E. Smith for auto set
vice cars. Five-passenger Dodge and
seven-passenger Page cars for hir
Phone 366. 4Vj
Travel to Douglae the Winton wny
on the new stage. Cars leave Depoi
Square on the hour. Fare $1.25. PhOne
82. . 332
An Edison concert at L. L. Gilman's
every evening. 52
Let us standardize your laundry
work. Standard Laundry. Phone 57
Dance by the C. & A. band at War
ren Park every Wednesday and Sat
urday. Admission fifty cents. Ladies
The Colorado' House in Jiggervllle
is under new management. Several
clean, cool rooms for rent to Ameri
can working men. Dining room in con
Try one of our $3 hats and be glad
you did. "The oaicc," next to Bisbee
Dr. E. R. Carpenter, Douglas, every
Wednesday. Oflice, room No. 19, Me-
Warren Park, 2:30
Piano for sale. Used by WOoIworth
& Co. four months. Sloninger piano.
Sealed bids should be sent to P. O.
Bex 128. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids. Terms cash.
The Anona club meeting that was
postponed last Tuesday will be held
Tuesday, August 21, at the tome of
Miss Laura Faunkhauser in Warren.
IS IN PHOENIX
F. E. Sturdevant. who was in the
city for several days on a Business
rip. has left here and is at present at
Phoenix where he is registered at the
RETURNED TO DOUGLAS
E. P. Roesch, master mechanic for
the E. P. & S. W. railroad company
with headquarters in Douglas, was In
the city yes.erday on business connect
ed with his department.
Miss Kmma Bishop and Miss Ma
mie saucers 01 lumosiune me in me
city on a visit to friends and will re
main over Sunday. They enjoyed the
dance at Warren Park last evening.
TO SPEND SUNDAY
A number of the trial jurors return
ed home from Tombstone yesterday to
spend Sunday in the district but will
return there for duty in the morning.
EFT FOR COAST
Ed. B. Wallace, the Main street cl
ear dealer, left last evening for Cali
fornia, where he will join Mrs. Wallace
tnd family for a few weeks. They will
return to Bisbee about the first of Sep
TO HOLD SHOOT
The Tombstone Canyon and Bisbee
rifie clubs will hold a shoot at the
Country Club rifle range this morning
at nine o'clock. AH intt rested in rifle
and revolver practice are invited to be
IN FROM MINES
Henry Kohring was in the city yes
terday from his mining property be
tween this city and Gleason. He has
some valuable tungsten properties In
that section. He will remain here for
a few days.
BACK FROM TOMBSTONE
I. C. E. Adams, Jr., has returned
from Tombstone, where he has been
for the past few weeks in the employ
of County Recorder Ray B. Krebs, dur
ing the rush of work occasioned by
the draft business.
HAVE RETURNED HOME
William Lutley and wife returned to
their home in Tombstone yesterday af
ter tOming over here to attend the
wedding of their niece, Miss Glady
Woods, to Earl Standerage on Friday
evening. They returned by auto.
LEFT FOR COASt
J. H. Wilson, Solicitor for the Bux
ton Smith company, left last evening
for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will
spend a few weeks and a lot of his
money in taking in the sights of that
city as well as all the beach resorts.
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE
Harry Bradt end Claude Perris drove
over last evening from Tombstone in
Mr. Bradt's new Overland car. They
will remain here until this evening.
They report that Tombstone is recov
ering from the effects of the storm.
HERE FROM TUCSON
G. W. Otey, solicitor for the Stein
feld Company of Tucson, was in the
city yesterday in the interests of that
firm. Mr. Otey for a number of years
was connected with th wholesale de
partment of the Phelps-Dodge store.
RETURNED FROM COAST
Mrs. Vance Johnson, and daughter,
wife of the chairman of the board of
supervisors, has returned from an ex
tended visit to Santa Barbara, where
she visited with her mother, Mrs.
Mary Warner, a former resident of
SENT TO HOSPITAL
Jack Drisdale, an old timer of the
Warren ' district, better known a
"Happy Jack," was sent to the county
hospital yesterday afternoon. He ha;
been in failing health for a number
of months and it is hoped that carr
will help him in his ailment.
DISTRICT CHIEF HERE
J. S. Clark, district plant chief of
the Mountain States Telephone com
pany, with headquarters at EI Paso
has been in the city for the past few
days making an Inspection of the Bis
bee plant. From here he will go to
Douglas. He came here from Tucson,
ON WAY TO DOUGLAS
Assistant County Attorney Bruce
Stephenson was in the city yesterday
on his way to Douglas to spend Sun
day with his family. He states, that
the criminal calendar in the superior
court Is being disposed of rapidly and
that the term of court will soon end.
IN FROM SONORA
George Usher, Cananea and Nacoza
rf representative for the Singer Sew
ing Machine Company, was in the city
yesterday on his way from Nacozari
to Cananea. He is spending most of
his time in the former place, owing to
the shutting down of the mines in Can
WILL MEET GOVERNOR
Members of the Cl'lzens Proteetlv
League of the Warren District will
hold a meeting, this morning at 10
o'clock, at the gymnasium of the Y
M. C. A. at which time the governor
will be invited to attend. All members
of the organization are invited to be
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IS VISITING SISTER
Mrs. H. B. Daly, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James McHugh of Tomb
stone, is in the city for a few days on
visit lO her sister, Mrs. F. E. Cole's.
Mrs. Daley has been in Tombstone on
a visit to her parents and after a short
visit here will leave for her home in
FROM SAD MISSION
J. P. Quigley has returned from his
former home in South Carolina, where
he was called on account of the ser
ious illness and death of his wife, she
passing to the Great Beyond before he
arriyed there. He brought his little
seven year old girl back with him to
make their future home In this city.
A. F. Banta, who was arrested in
Dcuglas several weeks ago on a
harge of robbery, entered a plea of
;uilty in the superior court at Tomb
stone yesterday and will be sentenced
ter. Banta was caught just after he
had held up and robbed a number oi
men who were playing a sociaDie
game of poker. .
NEW HIGHWAY ENGINEER
John H. Skeggs, senior highway en
incrr of the forestry service, has been
'laced in charge of the public roads
and rural engineering in this district
for the department, Skeggs Is an ex
perienced engineer in road location
and comes from the service of Los An
geles county and the Los Angeles
county highway commission.
From all parts of the county come
reports of the roads being washed out
in spots. This is the result of extra
heavy rains and cloudbursts where
in most cases drainage could not han
dle the water unless the entire locality
was 'one big bridge. In other words,
under certain conditions it Is impos
sible to figure out the drainage requir
ed to handle a cloud burst.
The Arizona Hassayampa society
had its annual reunion at the pleasure
pier at Santa Monica yesterday after
noon. The management of the pier
provided special attractions for the
Arii'onans and the committee in charge
also had an interesting program. Hun
dreds of citizens of Arizona who are
visiting on the coast attended, as did
the hundreds of former residents who
now live in Southern California.
Parties coming in frvm Ajo state
that the Pima county board of super
visors have had men out during the
past week placing sign boards on the
road between Tucson and Ajo. All of
the roads leading off the main road
are being signed, especially those lead
ing into Mexico. The placing "of signs
on this road will be of a great con
venience to the traveling public and
has been needed for a long time.
WILL GET COMMISSIONS
The following named men from Co
chise county have been notified to ap
pear at the Leon Springs training
camp on August 25. according to the
announcement made by Major Barnes,
who conducted the examination: H. A.
Buick. Bisbee; John C. Cook, Bisbee:
H. T. Cuthbert, Douglas; Robert H.
Dvkeson. Bisbee; Alex H. Powell.
Douglas; George T. Rivers. Douglas;
Albert R. Spikes, Douglas; Charles A.
IS AT CAMP
B. F. Faust, who was recently con
victed of selling intoxicating lisiAir is
now a boarder at the road camp in the
Government Draw and Is compelled to
handle a pick and ehovel In the work
of fixing the new road. It was report
ed that he had appealed his case and
was out on bond, but such Is not the
case. He 'was compelled by the kan
gai'oo court in Tombstone to take a
bath before he had been there an hour
lie has a number of months of. bard
We Are Not
We have factory equipment but do not charge
any more than a cobbler would for repairing
your shoes. We give the same finish to our
work as your shoes have when you first buy
If you read the national magazines Saturday
Evening Post, etc. you will know what the
Neolin Soles are
We have them in stock
If you live out of town, mail your Shoes in
and we will pay the return postage.
Don't delay but bring your Shoes in tomorrow.
labor ahead of him and he will see the
road finished to the draw before he is
Sheriff Harry Wheeled and County
Physician C. W. Hunt have returned
from Tombstone where they have been
for three days examining the drafted
men from the various parts of the
county, who were not examined in Bis
bee and Douglas. Dr. Hunt states that
there were nearly four hundred who
were notified to appear who did not.!
Just what steps will be taken in this j outdoor work during their term of ira
matter has not been determined by ' prisonment to remaining in he Tor.ib
the board pending advices from Col. ! stone jail and they can ret in their
Breen in Phoenix.
HELD TO ANSWER
. Jim Hathaway and Chico Ramos
were held to the superior court at No-
gales yesterday on a charge of mls -
branding cattle, after a bitter legal!
fight. Hathaway, who has a ranch on
the west side of the Patagonia moun-;
tains, was formerly assistant principal
of the Tucson schools and later in the1
customs service. There are a number
of other charges against him which ,
will be pressed. A number of the mis-1
branded cattle were found In Cochise
county and taken back to Nogales.
REAL ESTATE DEALINGS
The following Instruments have been j
filed in Tombstone during the past:
few days, which affect Bisbee proper -
ty: J. H. Schott has sold to Rod Mc-
Donald a lot in the Adams Addition for
J100; Joe Debernardo and wife have
a lot In Brewery uuicn to Aiex
)son. consideration $400; the War -
ren company has sold a lot in arren
to Mrs. August Critchley for the sura
of $500: R. G. Linden and wife have
mortgaged their property to the t - O
chise Building & Loan association for
the sura of $1000.
FOR POLICE UU I V
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sinclair left
a few days ago ior -
other California resorts where they
will remain for a few weeks before
leaving for Panama, where Mr. Sin -
clair will enter the service of Uncle
Sam. on the police force on the canal.
Mr. Sinclair and wife have been resi
dents of the Warren District fcr the
past three years, he was employed by
the Qppper Queen Company as a
churn driller. The many friends of the
couple in the district wish them well
in their new home.
OUR BOOTLEGGERS' ROAD
The following story was written by
Norman Walker after he had ridden
over the new road between here and
Tombstone when he was recently iu
this district: "Automobile tourists who
ride over the Borderland Highway
through Cochise county will bowl
along "Bootlegger's Road" between
Tombstone an-1 Bisbee for the greator
part of the construction work on the
new highway which is being construct
ed through the county is being done
by men who have been sentenced at
Tombstone on cliargfs of selling li
quor in the county. Half way botwei
these two mining camps is a liu'.e
stockade made of barbel wire wita
tents and .houses within the stocso-i.
This is where the "boo'leegers" are
confined at night under runrd In !h
day time they are at worc on the
road. The men say they prefer this
health in the open."
FARM LOOKS GOOD
, County Farm Advisor A. L. Pacball
hM u,- fon0wine to sav reeardinic tha
farm ot our fellow townsman aiiac
McKeehan: "Mr. Wallace McKeehan.
whlJ part owner of a iarge farm in
canyon an1 wnich u irrigated
by meang of water conveyed through
a pipe Une ieading WTen mile9 (rom
a 8ubmerged dam across the canyon,
a Tery good crop He planted 4;
acreg wltn Sudan Krass about .DriI
1. This is an excellent field of Su
dan, the grass being from four to five
feet in height. It was in best condi
tion for cutting about two weeks ago.
but on account of other urgent farm
work, such as irrisatinr and Diamine
;a large an?a t0 ns. Mr. McKeehan
di. not haveihis aivtl niow thjs hav
, croj ,n Ume f the hav whu.h
also wm causf the prodace
about one.half cullin,5 iess. Mr. i
. Keehan to DUt - taree
tQ wheat th,3 faH Hij crof of corB
and Kafir ,8 aUo lookin)5 nne lu.an4;
of whjch he ha9 planted 5l) a ani
- ,, . hp hnted mim in r.-
, . , .
; apart in rows, and some in rows
; inches apart. The latter will not have
. auy larger vines and the
are that the former field
; ,he ,atter jn yMl ptr 4rW,
, xoo LATE TO CLASSIFY,
FOR SALE One of the best
in Bisbee. H. R.. Review.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished 2
room house for housekeeping. Mrs.
Sheldon. Or for further particulars
apply 12 Jiggerville. 52S
FOR SALE Sanitary couch, sew in
machine, cook Move, block stone
house behind El Paso House, Brew
ery Ave. 525
i F0R SALE Furniture 10
house for rent: $50 clear monthly.
Calif., care of Review. 12 1
WANTED size violin. The Rac
ket Jewelry Store. Brewerv Gulch.