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THE BI S BEE DAILY REVIEW
Sunday Morning, December 31, 1922
Lowell and Bisbee, Companies
Get Into Action and Keep
Damage at Minimum
Quick work on the part of the Low
ell and Bisbee fire departments saved
the Mexican Mission on Naco Road
Irom being destroyed by fire about
10:30 yesterday morning.
Smoke was detected coming from
the furnace room by Miss Andrews,
one of the nurses. She notified Dr.
II. A. Reese, who called the Lowell
fire department. Iiater a call was
turned in for Company No. 1 of Bisbee
When the firemen reached the mis
sion they found the entire furnace
room a mass of flames which were
eating their way through the floor to
the second story of the building. The
firemen succeeded in holding the
flames to the furnace room. The low
er floor of the building was damaged
to some extent by water. The upper
rooms were damaged slightly by
smoke. The loss is estimated about
Patients were safely removed from
the building under the direction of
Dr. II. A. Reese. There were but
three patients, Mrs. M. Jaime, of Don
Luis, who was able to he taken to her
home: little Sarah Fisher, who was
recently operated on for appendicitis
was taken to a neighboring house, and
during the afternoon taken to. her
home. The other patient was able to
leave for his home. .
The Mission building is the old C.
& A. hospital and is a largo frame
building. Had the fire broken through
to the upper story there would have
been a serious fire.
The cause of the fire was attributed
to a defective flue in the furnace.
This Laxative Works
Fine on Old People
Tkuaa i lav kept (IcbmItm kealtby ;
witk Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepiia
4 DVANCING age with its
V subdued ambitions and
strivings could le made very
happy if only good health accom
panied it, and the basis of good
neaitn, as every
i one learns upon
' reaching the age
of 60, is the regu
lar daily move
ment of the bow
els. If it can be
the food you eat,
the water you
drink and the ex
ercise you take,
o much the better. But if
nature will not operate it must
be assisted or sickness will follow.
Neglected constipation causes the
blood pressure to go up 28 per
cent, and that is the forerunner
of hardening of the arteries. It
makes rheumatism and gout
The ideal constipation remedy
for people of advancing years is
Dr. Caldwell's SvruD Pensin. a
vegetable compound of Egyptian
senna and pepsin with pleasant
tasting aroma tics: It is gentle
and mild, and docs not cramp or
grije. It is a mistake to think you
need a violent salt or powder or
pill, calomel, coal-tar drugs and
eucb things. They purge and
ANY FAMILY MAT TRY IT FREE
Thousand of parent are asking
themselves, "Where can I find a trust
worthy laxative that anyone in the
family can use uhen constipated?"
I urge you to try Syrup Pepsin.
I trill gladly pronide a liberal free
sample bottle, sufficient for on adequate
test. Write me ti here to send it.
Address Or. W. U. Caldwell, 55
Washington St., Munticello, Illinois.
Do it now
weaken you, and their reaction
tends to make you more consti
pated than before.
Now try the milder method.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin does
not lose its good effect with re
peated use, and increased doses
are unnecessary. Mrs. E. M.
Burgess of Enfield, N. C, who is
73, keeps herself in good health
with it, and Mr. Charles Chorman
of Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y.,
wasted fifteen years and consid
erable money on other remedies
before finding steady relief with
Use Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin yourself the next time you
suffer from constipation, bilious
ness, headache, sleeplessness, in
digestion, piles or night cramps.
Many thousands of elderly people
use nothing else, and it costs them
less than a cent a dose. Druggists
have sold it successfully for 30
years, and it is the most widely
bought family laxative in the
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LADIES SAVE YOURSELVES .
WORK AND INCONVENIENCE!
Make a resolution to send all "the wash" to us rather than doing
it at homeit will take the blue out of the proverbial blue Monday.
The small expense will more than pay in many ways the clothes
will be cleaner and whiter a dreary, unpleasant lot of work will be
avoided and you will get a satisfaction that, arone, will be worth
all the costs. x
Try it for a while and see phone 58 and our wagon will call.
Son J it
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Among our assets we like to count the only1 one that
money cannot buy your good will and so, at this Hol
iday Season, we extend to you, not as a customer alone,
but as a friend, the Best Wishes for the coming year.
Miner's Meat Market and Grocery
Louis Graveure, Belgian Baritone,
To Appear In Concert Here Tuesday
Night; Scores Big Success In Tucson
Louis Graveure, baritone, will ai
pear in concert at the high school au
ditorium Tuesday evening, the first of
the artists who will visit Bisbee under
the auspices of the Warren District
Musical Events Club. Assisting Gra
veure will be Arpad Sander, his ac
companist, an unusually accomplished
Graveure and Sander appeared in
Tucson Friday night before a large
audience in the Safford auditorium.
"Mimi," musical critic 'of the Arizona
Daily Star, wrote of the concert:
"Last night's concert was one of
the most enjoyable and marvelous
demonstrations of a voice. Mr. Gra
veure is a baritone of unusual ability,
possessing a vocal mechanism of mag
nificent quality, remarkable range
and 'startling flexibility. Not only
does it have range but in every vocal
position it is of marked beauty, clear,
reed-like notes at times, and again
the deep bass notes of the cello. In
the higher range one has trills of
pleasure at its force and sustained
"What depths of feeling were sound
ed in "Ombrau mal fo," Handel's fam
ous largo when the artist closed his
eyes and gave of his very soul in ex
pressing the tragic feeling of the sond
But from that number" Mr. Graveure
leaped to the clownishness of "Father
Was a Thrifty Man" with the ease pos
sessed by hut few. If he found it ne
cessary to be clownish to put "over"
his feeling, he at once assumed that
"The artist was unstinting in his
encores. After each group of songs
the audience was reluctant to let him
go, and in his generosity he gave them
four wonderful encores during the
"The accompanist for the evening
was Arpad Sander. He proved him
self to be more than an accompanist
He is himself a rare artist of the key
board. The two artists were as one
in every number, the piano forming
a background upon which Mr. Gra
veure painted his tonal pictures.
Graveure's concert has been herald
ed for many months as one of the
greatest musical events in the history
of Bisbee. From New York, Chicago,
Los Angeles every city that has
heard him has come enthusiastic I
praise for the great Belgian baritone.
The Musical Events Club has been j
fighting an uphill battle in its at-1
tempts to finance the four big con
certs that will be staged early in the
New Year, but the goal at last seems
in sight. Five hundred season tickets
had to be sold in order to assure the
club "breaking even." That number
of tickets has almost been placed.
Season tickets, however, are still 6n
sale at the original price of $3.50 for
the four concerts, a big saving over
the purchase of individual tickets for
Fololwing is the program for Tues
Ombra mai fu (The Largo, from
Father Was a Thrifty Man
Toreador's Song (Carmen)
All Through the Night Welch Folk
The Lephehaun Irish Folk Song
Mary . . . , Old Scotch Song
Dringing Son (Burns) Richard
Legend of St. Francis Liszt
Mr. San dor
Fai dit aux etoiles Paladilhe
Prologue to Pagliacci . . . Leoncavallo
Good Bye Tosti
My Menagerie ' Foster
Shipmates o Mine Sanderson
'Mystery Car' Is Gus Haigler Quits
Sold at Auction; las Deputy Assessor;
Morris Bid Highest! Mertaugh Appointed
H. E. Berner, of the U. S. Customs
Service, at Nogales, was in the city
yesterday for the purpose of selling
the "Mystery Studebaker" that has
been held in the city for several
weeks. The car was sold at auction
and brought $275. It was purchased
by Clyde Morris of the local police
The car was seized here by Deputy
Sheriff Gipson several weeks ago
while in the custody of a man named
Kress. After an investigation had
been made by agents of the depart
ment, of justice and other officials it
was discovered that the car had been
smuggled across the Canadian border
without the payment of duty.
Gus Haigler, for two years deputy
county assessor for the Bisbee Dis
trict, last night announced that he
would turn over the duties of that of
fice on Tuesday to Jack Mertaugh.
Haigler will devote his entire time to
his real estate and insurance business
"Business has been improving here
io rapidly during the last few months
that I have found it more than I could
do to properly handle both my own
mine was accidentally electrocuted.
The rehearing will be heard before
the supreme court on January 16.
business and the assessor's work
here," said Haigler last night. "After
the first of the year I will devote all
my time to my own office."
Mertaugh, who 'will succeed Haig
ler as local deputy assessor, will open
temporary offices in the chamber of
commerce headquarters Tuesday. Hi
first work will be to relieve Haigler
of the task of filling out and forward
ing the hundreds of applications for
state auto licenses being received.
As Monday is a legal holiday, no ap
plications will be received until Tues
day. Yesterday was the last on which
Haigler handled the auto license ap
plications. Mertaugh has been in Tombstone
for the past year, assisting County As
sessor Henshaw handle auto licenses
I and taxes and doing special work on
the tax rolls. He has for many yeais
been a resident of the county.
Nailor Case Will
Be Re-heard, Order
of Supreme Court
New Jury List to
Be Ready by Time
There will be no further sessions of
the criminal court in the superior
court at Tombstone until the Februa
ry term. The Gardner case, which
was to have been tried, was continued
until that time. The present term of
the criminal court started in October
and a number of cases were tried.
By the time the calendar is started
in February the new jury list for the
coming year will have been drawn.
The supervisors at their recent meet
ing ordered County Recorder Hutchi
son to prepare the list from the regis
ter for the coming year. Names will
be chosen from this list during the
early part of January.
Warning Is Issued
Word has been received here by lo
cal banks and merchants to be on the
lookout for counterfeit $20 bills on
the Central National Bank of San An
A number of the bills have been
passed in El Paso, Tex., Juarez and
other cities. Examination of the bills
in El Paso disclosed the fact that each
side of the bill had been printed on
separate pieces of paper and that the
silk thread effect had been secured
by . placing the threads between the
two pieces of paper when they had
been pasted together. j
, A' moment's immersion in water de
veloped that the bills had been pasted
as the two parts separated very easily
Former Bisbee Man
Hailed as Hero in
Near Gas Tragedy
According to word received by Mrs.
A. Kindred from her son, George,
who' is manager of the Southern
Counties Gas Company at Oxnard,
Calif., he and four fellow employes
had a narrow . escape from being
overcome by gas a few days ago.
George, who was reared in Bisbee,
with other employes of the com
pany went into a manhole to re
pair a leak. They were overcome
by gas from an open plug and had
to be pulled out by other employes.
According to the Oxnard paper Kin
dred proved himself a hero yb aid
ing in the rescue of his companions
after he had been overcome and re
vived so that he could direct the
work of cutting off the gas supply".
Mrs. Roland E. Davenport and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank J. Vaughn wisli to
express their appreciation for the
many expressions of kindness and
sympathy extended during their re
ATTENTION K. OF P.
We will hold a joint installation
with Pythian Sisters, Lily Temple,
No. 3 Tuesday evening 7:30. All
Knights are cordially invited to at
. A. NICHOLSON. C. C.
Bisbee Bowlers j
Win Second Match
The Bisbee Y. M. C. A. bowling
team last night won the second match
in the W. H. Brophy challenging cup
series from Douglas "Y" bowlers,
24C5 to 2433 pins.
Douglas won the first match of the
series recently, with a margin of 26
pins. By scoring a lead of 30 last
night, Bisbee now has the lead by 4
pins. Two more matches are to be
played for the cup, the next one in
Bisbee early in February.
Next Saturday a Shield team match
will be played in Douglas.
Scores last night follow:
Douglas: Drake 450; Young 492;
Greenburg 4S5; Hart 491; Wish 517.
Bisbee: Wittig 482; Hicks 458;
Rogers 489; Wet more 519 and Blair
And This Is Our
New Year Wish
For You -
..May,; you have the
VISION to see the POS
SIBILITIES before you,
the FAITH to believe in
their ultimate REALIZA
TION, and the POWER
to make your BELIEFS
The Arizona supreme court yester
day granted a rehearing in the case
of the estate of W. H. Nailor against
the C & A. Mining company. A de
cision was recently handed down by
that tribunal affirming the decision
of the superior court of Cochise coun
ty in which the jury awarded $10,000
Nailor was in the employ of the
company as an electrician's helper
and while working at the Junction
Take a box of
Resolve to Be Well
And Neatly Dressed
Your general appearance means much
in a business and social way.
There is no getting around it, clothes
do reflect the man.
One should be dressed in keeping with
his ambitions. 1
We have outfits for the most discrim
inating tastes no matter what the age or
size may be.
We clothe the personality as well as
from the House
With grateful, appreciation for your
favors during the past year, we wish
you; all happiness and good fortune.
And in the attainment of these ends,
we earnestly hope to helpfully serve
our friends, old and new, throughout
the coming year.
The big appls crop we reported ie-;
ccntly is a big cider crop now.