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THE BISBEE DAILY RE-VIEW
Thursday Morningr. October 14, '190
The Life-Saver That Had Its Own Life Saved
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Now Yon Can Have
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Acne Cream for Pimp Irs.
Ajti iBgcut1 Ciuuu for lsrgc pusol
Lettuce Cream for cleansing.
Whitening Cream for bleaching.
Motor Cream for protecting.
Tissue CrTmn for "wrinkles. '
Fotmdstioti Creaxn btfoic powder.
Sanplf ai. your cram and booklet free.
McDonald's Marinello Shop
Grand Theater, Wednesday
M fiMM peantr
ingly Wildness of
youth, Gentleness of
Love. Sweetness- of
Set in Gorgeous Belasconias
Environments. ' ..,"""""""
With Its Wonderful Storm Scene.
Prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
The play for tired business man.
Y-U-U AND LADY KIN
Seats -on Sale Monday.
Devil's Pass Key
Film Play Depicts
Night Life of Paris
Scenes of gay, Parisian life! pro-
! duced with unusual , realism,, are
i Teaturcs of Erich "Von Stroheim's la
test Universal-Jewel ' production,
"The Devil's Pass Key." which
comes to the Central theatre Friday
and Saturday and Eagle theatre Sun
day and Monday.,
Mr. von Stroheim was the author
and director of '"Blind Husbands,"
the recent Universal success, said
to be one of the best photoplays of
The reproduction in "The Devil's
Pas Key" ot life in Paris, where
the story is laid, is genuine in every
detail. ' Mr. vori Stroheim has spent
a good deal of time there himself
and much -of the local color of the
scenes lit the French capital is the
result of his own experience.
The story concerns an American
author living in Pans with his ex-, McADOO TAKES STUMP f
travagant . W.fe, who becomes hope- j CONNELLSV1LLE, Pa., Oct. 13. j
lessly in debt, at the shop or an un-jW c.'McAHoo. campaigning for the
scrupulous modiste. Expecting the lDemocraxic party, entered the coke
I woman to follow, the Parisian meth- !countrv of western Pennsylvania to
od of getting a rich lover to pay her day and made R number of aidl.eSses
i dims, me mouisiu uiuuuuixs uci
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date for senator, who proced:! the"
governor on today's rostrums and
promised to vote "for going in" the
Remaining here overnight, the gover
nor tomorrow-will make what is vii
autlly the opening o.' his home stale
campaign. He will spend most of the
lemainder of t5ie weer; rn Ohio and his
itinerary provides for a rear platform
address next Frldy at Marion. To
morrow the governor 'Will speak at
Van Wert. Dclphos, Lima, Wapa
kaoneta, Sidney, Piqua knd Urbana
prior to a night meeting at V.:nbus,
the state capital.
an American army officer. This
turns out to be the most fortunate
thing that could have happened to
the young wife.
Sam de Grasse, who played the
part of, the husband in "Blind Hus
bands."'is the husband In "The Dev
il's Pass Key" and Una Trevelyn is
Ks wife. Clyde Fillnrore portrays
the American officer. Others in the
cast arc Maude George, Leo White,
Mae Busch, Ruth King -and Jack
in which lie urged ratification of the
league of nations covenant.
Mr. McAdoo in his adiliess here de
scribed the document as "one of the
greates" "ever conceived by human
On dak nights a white light can be
seen farther than any other, but on
light nights red takes the first place.'
CHALLENGED TO DEBATE
ATjTTtJRK, Oct. 13.., 777 On behalf
of Governor Cox. Senator Pat Harri
son of Mississippi today issued a for
mal challenge to Senator Harding to
meet the Democratic presidential nom
inee in joint debate on the subject
of the league of nations.
Soap and Talcum
Sop,OfBtmnt.TleOTn.ffe.eTcr:A f crtwimolw
YANKS HELD BY REDS
WASHINGTON, Oct... 13. Between
. and 30 Americans still are held
in soviet ' Russia. State department
officials said today that considera
ble difficulty was being encountered
in geUing the facts regarding these
Americans. The identity of some
of them has not yet been established.
l Agents to Keep An
! Eye on Election
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er thinH of value or shall make or
Under any contract, undertaking,
ubligs.tion. gratuity, or security for
the payment cf money or for the de
1 very or conveyance of anything or
value to any person, either to vote
or withhold his vote, or to vote for
or against any candidate; or who
ever solicits, accepts or receives any
money or any other thing of value
i;i consideration of his vote for or
against any candidate for senator,
representative or delegate in con
gress at any primary or general elec
tion, shall be fined not more than
$1000 or imprisoned not. more than
one year, or both."
WOULD ABOLISH OFFICE v
PHOENIX, Oct. Vi. The city com
mission of Phoenix today took under
advisement a communication from the
Maricopa county real estate board urg
ing that the office of rfty assessor
and Tax collector be aboltsfied as un
necessary and that the work of that
office be administered by the county
assessor and tax collector.
NEW .YORK. Mile. Delyafa not-
'ed Parisian actress, has arrived here
I from London to star in a big specta
cle soon to be offered the American
public. ' Mile. Delysia was voted by
London" papers as the most popular
actress in England, in one evening
she appeared before, three queens.
Mary, Alexandria and Emilie of Portugal.
Signonna Francesca Capellano and Emihe Lessing m the Siwash Indian
scene from David Belasco's thrilling "Tiger Rose," at Grand Theater, Wed
nesday. October 20.
. Too Late to Classify
To the Seven
Housewives Who Are
Now Using Mazola
MAZOLA can be used for more '
different purposes and at less.
. -, , j cost than almost any other food.
It contains no water, as do butter and
lard remains always sweet and palatable,
end does not absorb odors or flavors. So
the same lot of Mazola can be used over
and over again a wonderful saving in any
household. If you want to use it for short
ening even after frying fish or onions
you have only to strain it. It never smokes
up your kitchen.
Mazola makes lighter and better cake
and tastier fried foods than animal fats.
And so light and wholesome they agree
with even the most delicate children.
Thousgnrle, rf families, leading hoteis. clubs and railroad dining carr, usr
Mazola in preference to olive oil for salads. It costs much less than half as
much, and is pure, rich and wholesome.
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Tonight 6 to 11 Today 1 to 11 ;
The wonder racing special
Drury Lane's famous
melodrama in seven
parts. An all-star cast in
cluding;. Alice Joyce
The greatest racing drama
Also Latest News and
The big romance of the
"The Red Lane"
and a wonderful support
Fox Wonder News
Chuck Reisner in
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PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE
WILLIAM FOX Presents
In the drama of r brother's sacrifice for his little sister
By Henry Albert Phillips Directed by J. Gardon Edwards
A wondrous story of love and devotion. A drama of thrills and
unending suspense. Presi nted by a company of great distinction
amid scenes laid in quaint Quebec.
VOD VIL MOVIES
Our Prices Remain The Same For This Special Picture.
1 to 11 Continents Program 1 to 11
Admission, Main Floor 15c, Balcony 10c, Reserved 25c, Children 10c
Plus War Tax. No Advance in Prices
In -Former.-Warren-Don Luis Staff
Office Directly Across the Street
From Old Location.
TIRES - TUBES - ACCESSORIES
BISBEE FUEL & FEED COMPANY
Owing to the increase of the freight rates and
other additional expense, followed by a renewed in
crease in the price of coal at the mouth of the mines,
wc are compelled to raise the price of coal to the con
sumer until these conditions are modified, both by
the Railroads and the Mines.
DELIVERED IN THE WARREN DISTRICT
1 Ton $21.00
Vl Ton : 11.00
1-4 Ton 6.00
1 Sack ; J.25
Call or Delivered. -
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