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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919.
Has any one visited you? Or have
you entertained? If so, call The
Review Society Editor, lilack 6S1.
! cottjs, has boon, granted a furlough to J Warren district will be pleased to
I return to ltisfoee and his honorable j learn of their intended Resumption of
i disilinrire from the service will fol-, residence here.
low. is the advice from Washington
through a private dispatch.
TO HOLD SALE.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meih- Phelps Dodge corporation
odir-v church will hold a sale in Bis- er having headquarters
HERE MAKING INSPECTION.
A. T. Thomson and P. G. Beckett,
assistants to the president of the
PUMP MAN ILL.
Hilly" ;ian. a
Junction i:i: . is '
home in Wan en.
bee on April 1L Children's wear, and the latter in New York, spent
nmmi m:;ii ut the 'women's underwear and aprons will some time here yesterdav on an in-
.-eriously ill at his be sold. The place of sale and other
ceiails will be mentioned later.
CALIFORNIAN HERE. j
Mrs. Mary Sheldon of Ias Angeles
is in the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. ,
W. W. Waikins.
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE.
Paul Sn.iln. postmaster of Tomb-j
stone, was iu the city yesterday for a
lew hours on business. I
TO EL PASO.
Miss Grae Johnson of the Phelps
Do !i.ro rompany store in Ixwell and
Mi-s Katherine Kinsella of the Law-
j ell posiol'fic-e departed yesterday
I tuciniiig for El Paso, where they will
: spend v. two weeks' vacation.
spection. coming from Douglas. Mr.
Beckett formerly lived here and after
ward, prior to being appointed to his
present position whs manager of the
Old Dominion property at CJlobe.
HICKEY'S RACE TO
E LIFE BROUGHT
SMALL BOY STARTS LABOR MEETING WILL
BLAZE OF UNUSUAL BE HELD WEDN
DANGER IN WARREN
FORWARD BY DEATH
SISTER IS DEAD.
y.ra. j. m. IJotnenDerger or warren
BACK FROM COAST. ! received a telegram yesterday inform-
Dr. C. II. Hunt has returned from i ins her cf the death of her sister.
Los Angeles, where he spent about a Mrs. K. Fisher of Reading, Ta.
week ou a atation. i T!'' 4 1" second sister Mrs. Roth-
1 j enherper has lost by death within the
VISITS AT STARK.
Mrs. Hurry Long is Siienuiiisr the
week-end with Miss Verde. Arborn
; !;d her mother, at Stark.
TIME, PLAGE AND THE
BEER IN QUANTITIES
Time: .1:10 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Place: At entrance to Willard serv
ice station in Lowell.
Scene: Motor truck with heavy
boarded sides. Men scrambling on
sides looking dryly at Its cargo.
'What's the excitement?" a late ar
rival asks. No answer is forthcoming.
TO RETURN SOON.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mason Koss are ; Island, t'al
expected tr return from New
about the on i of the ek.
lorkjthe hospital department. He Is on a
, furlough and will return to his post
. I within a few days.
TO VISIT BROTHERS.
J. I.. Ciiai.t has arrived here from j MUSICAL PROGRAM TONIGHT.
Kansas ity. Mo., to visit his brotti-j The Ladies' All societv of Jhe Meth-
; HERE ON F URLOUGH.
j William Payne, formerly an em-
; ploye of the imperial confectionery. Every spectator Is still busily engaged
lhas arrived in the city from Mare in looking drvlv..
where ha is a member ofj The late arrival scrambles to top
ia anl L. s. flrant. of School 0dist church will give an old-fasti-
past t-!W d:iys has been on biwiness in
Tucson. relurueJ to the city Friday
SHERIFF ON DUTY
Chief Deputy Sheriff Tom C. Foster,
who wr.s confined to his home Friday
suffering with tonsilitis, was on duty
OVER FROM DOUGLAS.
E. O. Porter, fennerly an under
taker in Toi::bstuie, was in the city
yesterday from Douglas, where he is
of truck. His eyes open, (wide iu
amazement. He says nothing.
The motor is started and a rush is
made by those on the truck to gain
the ground, amid the exclamations,
"let the sheriff pass," "wonder where
they're taking it," "where'd they get
j ioned musical program tonight (Sun-, it," 'wonder what the chances would
I day). Mr. English will give a read-,' be of a fellow s taking some or it.
mg, I he Songs Uur Motner Sang. I xo, genue reauer. u wasnt a mur
der mystery; just the excitement cre
ated by the sight of 4200 bottles of
Blue Ribbon beer laid in the bed of
. 1. -TV. It
Tn scsue eiiDDCD 14 luuior irucK. lue iiquur ns con-
I Thn wnmnn r. ha t.'. I ,hri.1,i.iP ....... ' ' ' " - -"
! c hurch will serve supper Wednesday J,ame F- Mnald. assisted by his
evening from 5:30 to 7, in the cafe-, " """
teria of the Y. W. C. A. A real. home. mi'es w?st of Douglas,
cocked meal will he served for 40 ,The liquor yesterday was being
cents. Starting at 7:15 there will be ken l Tombstone for disposition by
a short program, following which the "7,?ULy DU,?r" '4nu"' uu
members of the church w-ill hold an
L. Winters, who for the accompanied by piano. Mrs. C.
Thompson will speak.
Frank C. Bledsoe, local agent for
Ford automobiles, returned to the city
Friday from Los Angeles, where he
attended the automobile show in that
city. ' While in Los Angeles, Mr.
Bledsoe conferred with the sales rep
resentatives of the Ford company and
MRS SCOTT BETTER. j wa8 ass"re n aDunaant supply or
Mrs. J. W. stj of Warren, who ! cras ftr his trade during the present
HUGHES IS BETTER.
E. A. Hughes, county assessor, who
has been sick with pneumonia follow
ing influenza, was reported yesterday
to be somewhat better.
still an equal amount remaining In
Douglas wtiieh consists of wine, whis
ky and beer. Ftvo men are Impli
cated in the case.
has been confined to her home by a
severe bilious attack, was reported
last night to be much better.
MAY GET TROPHY.
The possibility of Douglas' getting
a trophy from the battlefields of
France is encouraging, according to of-
IN MYSTERY STORY
ATTEND SUPERIOR COURT.
Among local attorneys wno attend
ed the calling of the civil calendar j ficers of the Chamber of Commerce,
of the Superior court yesterday, were; of that city, who are in commuci
Sara H. Kyle and Fred Sutter. cation with Arizona representatives in
- j Washington regarding the securing of
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS. one of the German guns which, it is
The following messages are at the j announced, will be sent to this coun
Western I'niott for Librada de Lara, i try. In the event the trophy is se
Jno. G. Beiiows, Kos5i:o Lopez, Oscar, cured, it will be placed in the public
Griffith, Mrs. Sofie Demair, Mrs. App-! park.
McConias, V. Anderson.
I TO RETURN HERE.
DRIVER OPERATED ON. James S. Casey, vho for the past
James Driver, who has been ill fori two years has been in charge of the
some time with the dropsy, was oper- office of Ellinwood & Ross at Tyrone,
ated on Friday at the Copper Queen j x. jj., will return to Bii bee in a few
hospital and yesterday was reported i days and reside hero permanently,
to be showing considerable improve-1 He will resume his position with
ment in condition. j Ellinwood & Ross. Mrs. Casey, who
: is in Washington, D. C, will return
!S GRANTED FURLOUGH. j to Bisbee in about 31) days. Manv
Cpl. John E. .Sanders. V, S, marine I friends of Mr. and Mrs. Casey in the
Bessie Barriscale will be the star
at the Eagle theater for two days,
commencing today, in the screen ver
sion of Harold MacGrath's sensa
tional mystery story, "Madam Who,"
which created a nation-wide furore
among readers of fiction last fall when
it was first published in a popular
The scenes are laid in the south
The death of John Baptice. a negro, :
at the age of So years, better known i
through the Arizona border district as
"Old Bat," recalled to the mind of ;
John Twomey of this city the story ofj
his part in the aftermath of an ainlm-l
scade by Geroiainio's Apache braves,
of Gus Hickey of Bisbee. and two com-'
panions, more than 30 years ago. j
"I have heard Mr. Hickey tell about ;
the affair a number of times," said j
Twomey yesterday. j
"Mr. Hickey, who was 27 years old
then, was out prospecting with two i
partners. Bunk Robinson and George
Bridges. In the Guadalupe can- j
yon country. Indians were known to I
be about, so when the three came
across the body of a newly killed cow
they immediately sought shelter be
hind boulders. 'iSooi the Indians open
ed fire on them. ? !
"The battle 'c6ntinued for several j
hours. Robinson and Bridges both
were shot and killed. Hickey held out
for a short time. then, as the Indians
showed signs of closing in on him, he
let down the bed of the canyon. j
"Shots Ilew all around him but he !
managed to get out of the canyon and
into the hills, finally reaching San
Bernardino rancl. owned by Col. John
H. Slaughter. " -
"It was decided to send after the
bodies and when a volunteer to drive
the wagon was called for. Old But
stepped out and Bald he would bring
them back. He did eo, making the IS
miles to Guadalupe canyon through
the Indian country and returning to
the Slaughter ranch with them.
"The bodies were taken to Tomb
stone, where after a coroner's inquest,
they were buried. For a long time I
had a newspaper clipping, giving Hick-
ey's testimony at the inquest, but nw
cently lost iC
"Muddy," the sin:;ll son of W. B. !
Ciohring. mining superintendent of the
Calumet Arizona company, and Mrs.,
Coining, sei fire to his father's garage
yesterday ulterncon when he built a'
bon lire against t.'ie side of the little
building, neur the ht:ne of his parents
at the intersection of Man.-.e and d' :
Autretnont streets in Warren. But for,
the quick action of Swan Erickson
and Mr. Alexis, who braved the dan
fer from explosion of a barrel of gaso
line and a barrel of oil in the garage.
it is probable that Mr. Gohring's home
would have been burned and the small!
Hie two men procured a chemical'
extinguisher, and going inside the
building, not only kept the fire from !
spteading to the volatile contents of
tiu two barrels, but saved the greater
part of the garage as well.
"liuddy," when Uie fire was well
underway, attempted to run into the
building to save his toys which were
stored Inside it. but wa-. restrained bv
Mr. Aloxi.i. '
A meeting of the community labor
board of Cochise county has been call
ed by J. C. While, chairman, for Wed
nesday night at 7::iO o'clock at the
Y. M. C. A., when a general "get to
gether" th subject of securing po
sitions for returning soldiers, sailors
and war worker will be taken up. Mr.
White will issue a pressing invitation
to the city council, county board of
supervisors and all employer to be
in attendance, in order tiiat the meth
od of bringing ahoistt 'nct co-operation
in all details may be worked
.Mr. White said the idea of the board
was to urge upon the county and
city the urgent necessity of startin?;
upon public wo;k and keeping it go-n
on as !.:rge a scale as possible. The
start Khould be made at once.
Arrangements have been made with
the foreman of the our.ty highway
work near Tombstone to ernpicy a
considerable number cf men an rao
idly as room can be made for them.
V,'. It. Ashurst, I". S. employment
agent here, is sending out from eiht
to ten a week. v
There also is an opening for first
class carpenters at Fort Huachuca on
government buildings, according to a
telegram received yesterday afternoon
by Mr. Ashurst.
Stockholders of the I'nited Chino
: Oil &. Refining company are ui gently
, requested ;o a'tead the meeting a! the
City Hall en Wednesdjy. January 22.
at 7 p. iu.
i 2 : .1. I". TKI FKKT.
Read Miller's cJv in tms issue, it
; will save you t ?- 2''.
Just ui;lo'.idcd one ar ijt AjJi
smithing coal. Brophy Carriage com
pany, Lowell. i2
! Elect ricJl wirit.g prcmp'ly done, by
P C. Lym :.ii. I'hotie t,nl r, to 4t'.
Dr. play-fair, osteopith. 3S Mason
Hill, .i:.sou car "Hoy I'tioue Blue 6 17.
L. I- Gilrncn iet!s the New CJixoo.
Tne Bhonu,;ro;.ti With a So'l.
Bisbee-Tomhstjue. Leaves Bisbee.
Bisbee Auto company. 7:4j a n . 1:30
p. m. I'iione Bisbee 5. Adv.
LOWELL BUILDING IS
SOLD; PRICE $20,000
Progress of development at the
Nighthawk lease, near Don Luis, con
tinues to indicate the proximity of an
ore body on the 4"i0 foot level.
The winze in the south drift, which
is directly in the fault along which
work is being directed, has been tim
bered and sinking recommenced. At
500 feet, SO feet below the 450 level,
the bottom of the winze is showing
streaks copper oxide, running 5 per
In the raise on the same fault, at a
height of 30 feet, a streak of black
copper oxide which persists, has been
followed. It is in this direction that
the management is convinced an ore
Visit Miller's store. Big clearance
! saie in action.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Experienced help for tail
oring. Only first class tailoress need
apply. Must understand the work.
Fruitman'g Fashion shop, . Main
street. ' 73
FOR SALE Eight rooms of furniture,
?1G0, or separately. HolOrook stop.
Xaco road. 72
WANTED Board and room with pri
vate family. J. m. T., Box 3001, Lo
NIGHTS OF COLUVEUS DANCE
At the Pemi hall Saturday. January
IS. Adie.isisoti $1. Larger the cro'd
the better. !:
Commencing January 2'J I will sell
all groceries at cost price. Strht'.y
cash. Come in and look al the priies.
93S GIS HICKEY.
Painter and Paper Hanging. Signs.
C. J. BRANDT
Box 1D0 27 Broadway. Phone 45S.
given by graJua'e of Saees Acad
emy. New York. Thcrough and cor
rect instruction for beginners or
advanced scholars guaranteed.
Opera Drive O; p. High School
One of the largest realty deals to be
transacted in the district for some
time will be closed as soon as the
necessary papers are drawn up where
by Harvey C. Saxby and Billy Rob
inson become owners 01 the Mason
building, in Lowell. The building is (
on a 200 by 3uu 1001 101, uirecuj j
behind the Lowell waiting room. Mr.
Saxbv could not be got in touch with I
during the period of the civil war, but 1 yesterday but ' it is understood the ,
the elements to conflict do not enter 1 consideration was $20,000. The deal :
into the story which centers around was handled directly. j
the thrilling adventures of a young hile not definitely kuown. It Is ;
southern girl who, while working in believed by realty men in the city ;
the secret service of the south, is cap- that it is Mr. Saxby s intention to;
tured by a band cf 11 masked men, wreck the present building and erect
whom she knows to be agents of the a modern apartment building on tne
enemy, and ia forced Into marriage ; site
1:00 to 11:00
PARAMOUNT FICTURES CORP. Presents CECIL B. DeMILLE'S PRODUCTION,
WE 7 fS 9
V V W
JACKSON BEATS RUSSO.
with one of them. Throughout the
story the identity of the unknown !
husband remains enshrouded in niys-
terv and is not solved uniil after a I PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Jan. 18.
rapid series of soul-stirring incidents, j Willie Jackson of New York easily ;
. butclassed Jack Russo of New Or-
ln a six-round bout here to-
Read Miller's adv in this issue, it ; leaus
will save you f $ $ $. 26 j r ight.
Today & Monday
Continuous I to II p. ra.
From the Novel by RUPERT HUGHES, featuring
KATHLYN WILLIAMS, ELLIOT DEXTER, THEODORE ROBERTS and all star cast
They all got what they wanted, but how they got it ! That's what makes this such
a wonderful drama. ..Also, a Paramount SENNTUTT COMEDY, in two reels
chuck full of laughter, Featuring FORD STERLING and LOUISE
Theater I "the summer girls"
MYSTERY CLANKING MYSTERY GASPING MYSTERY TWANGING
Lower floor, 13c, war tax, 2c, totaL 15c Balcony 9c, war tax lc, total
Reserved seats 22c, war tax 3c, total 25c
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w T V r "" 1 A -A
BRILLIANT LIGHTS, tJAIETY,
click on window pane -one man
SOME WHERE, mad rider tear
ing across country.
FAR OFF two divisions surrounded
Their fate, who knows
IN THE UNWRITTEN CHAPTER OF AMERICAN HISTORY
TODAY ONLY - 2:00 P. M.
A THRILLING PLAY OF CIVIL WAR TIMES. A PLAY OF SUSPENSE,
MYSTERY AND ACTION
(fi)ir (fi) Comedy
VLJ 'BEACH SPORTS"
PRESENTING A GORGEOUS MINSTREL FIRST PART AND
Big Vaudeville Acts
THE CRACK FIRST CAVALRY
ADMISSION; Children, iOc; Adults, 15c Reserved, 25c; This includes the war tax. If
Balcony 50c, war tax, 5c Total 55c Lower floor, $1, war tx 10c. Total $1.10