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THE BIS8EE tJAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1964.
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Lost His Clothes
In Poker Game
YALE FRESHMAN RUSHING HOME
IN PAJAMAS REVEALS
Offended By a Merry Evening's Play.
Out of Cash the Boy's Play For
Their Clothing And Had to Resort
to Night Wear as Result.
Conn,. April 11, A
dashing home across
York street to Pierson hall, with an
electiic light burning, bright on a
corner two -ods away, a policeman
standing under the light and men and
women pedestrians passing to and Iro
from the theatre, led to an investiga
tion by the policeman, and the dis
covery of the most Temarkable game
of poker ever played at Yale.
According Jo tie "fresbio," who told
the story only on threat of arrest, half
a dozen of his fellow classmen gata-'
ered In a room across the street from
the connltory. As is usual this season
of the J oar, none of them could raise a ;
"sou" not having hearu from home in
a long period. A game of poker was (
proposed, but how to make it inter-!
esting withoat some cash was a ques-j
One freshman proposed that hey
play for their clothing. Tb Idea was
seized upon at once. It was decided
to set a -price upon each piece cf cloth
ing worn by tho various youths and use
them by removal as needed in the
game and depositing the same in the
chair of the winner. It was agreed
that if one lost his clothing he must
seek -his abiding place in his nlgnt
attire only, to be loaned by the man
aho occupied the room, the clothes to
be returned to the owner next day.
The game grew very exciting. Some
of those engaged lest so heavily that
at times but one sock remained in
their possession. Then luck changed
and they won back portions of their
attire which they donned again, it
was nearly midnight when the unlucky
freshman "went broks.
A freshman yell rent the smoky at-
mosphere of the apartment and when,
only In pajamas "Freshie" was turn
ed out into the cold night.
"For excitement It'a the greatest
poker game I ever sat Into said he jo
It is thought the fad is likely
You wouldn't 'know the Hotel Ord
now in Douglas. The hotel has been
completely renovated and refurnish
ed, and Landlord El wood Madden '3
adding to the popularity of tho house
daily. Pete Lepach presides at the
bar. and all will remember Pete it
the L. & O. in Bisboe. 3-9-lm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Chas. H. Rea. deceased
Notice 13 hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the Es
tate of Chas. II. Rea, deceased, 'o
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased.
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice to
the said administrator, at the office of
C. A. McDonald, In Bisbee, the same
being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate in said
County of Cochise.
C. U JONES.
Administrator of the Estate of Chas.
H. Rea, Deceased.
Dated Bisbee, this 25th day ct
MaTch, 1904.. ,
1t Ptb. t,3-26-30Lj5X :
1907.) . '. " x t
After listening to a poor young
man's tale of woe It's up to the heir
ess to give him a helping hand Chi
Pure kettle-refined leaf lard, render
In 3. 5 and 10-pound buckets, at 12 l-2c
ed from corn-fed Kansas hogs. Sold
per pound, at E. A. Tovrea & Co.'s.
NOTHING LIKE EXPERIENCE.
"One truth learned by actual expe
rience does more good than ten ex
periences one hears about Tell a
man that Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure
cholera morbus, and he will most liko-
r forcet it before the end of the day,
T et h,m have a seVere attack of that
disease, feel that he is about to die,
uso tnIs remedy, and learn from his
own experience lioxv quickly it gives
relief, and ho will remember it all'Gons i-all and examine .New -priw
bis life. For sale y all druggists. I
Banco de Cananea
Department c Caxaces C coliitste'lCoppe, Co., H. A.
La Cananea, Sonora. flexico. '
established 1902. Transacts a General Banning Bnslness
Drafts Issued on all Parts of the World.
Exchange and Mexican money.
W. C. Green, President.
I. Macmanus, Cashier.
F. E. Heci-her, Asst. Cashier
POSlOfflCE SALOON and RESTAURANT
Jllrr HAV, lioprli-tur
iVIEALS OR SHORT ORDERS
Ronquillo. Sonora, Mexico
TIME CARD OF THE CANANEA,
YAQUi RIVER & PACIFIC
Leave Naco for Car.anea at 10:30 a. ir..
Arrive Canan-x at 12:30 p m.
Leave Canane for Naco at 2:10 p. m.
Arr ve Naco at 4 p. m.
Connections at Naco with E. P. 1c S. W.
Effective January !?
E A. McFARLAND,
Assistant General Manager.
tit ASk- j-r-J i ii Mail
I Half Way House
Choice Goods Constantly in Stock
- -Ice Cold
A ma's title to heaven docs not
depend on ab title on earth.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tombstone, Ariz.. . April 4. Sealed
bids for the erection of a hospital
building In the city of Tombstone,
Arizona, will bo received by the
undersigned until 10 o'clock neon,
April 15, 1904, and than opened. Bid
ders are Invited to be present at the
All Vds must be accompanied by
.' i. 1 1 check, payable to the secre
, to. a.. t.' of $250.00
.TfcecKT '"til 'o re 'A. to unsuccess
al bidder April ' '. W 4, and to thi
Bfcectrm otSiC- '' '.nlng cf con
A Donu in ine otiii w fifty per cent
of the contract price will be required
of the successful bidder, either in cash
or by acceptable bondsmen. No per
son will be acceptable as bondsman
unless he qualifies for double the
amount ho becomes surety for in un
encumbered real estate, free from
forced sale from cause.
Each billed is required to state In his
bid the date on which ho will com
plete his work, and turn over the
building, and a forfeit of twenty-five
dollars a day will be required for each
Land pverv day after said uate tnai
he requires to complete the work.
The committee reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Plans and specifications can be
seen at the store of the Bisbee Trad
ing company in Bisbee.
Mark envelopes "Bids for Citizen's
General Hospital.' and address to
Citizens' General Hospital and Sani
JOHN E. BACON, M. D.,
A. L. GROW, Pre3idcnL 4-5-10t
16 N Stone Av ,
Naco. Doulla in April
Mrs. J. H. CAMPBELL,
No. 222 Brewery Gulch.
Acr.t for J.illlft. Nw Y-V Taylor Made
5LenSe. !"I'e"- C
National Shoe and Leather
Hank. Nhw Yorn City.
Anglo-Culifoniar. Bank, San
Banco de Sonera. Herxnosillo,
Internati r.al Banking Ccrpcr-
aticn, Mexico City.
Hotel Los Angeles
J. E. I.EGGETT. Prop.
Cananea, Snnora, flex
only first-class hotel
BARBER SHOP .
Rates. $1.00, 1.50 and $2.00 per day.
From First to Last
the vehicles we sell give satisfaction.
They are built with that end in view.
The designers and makers have ork
ed out each detail to perflation, and
nothing tautty Is -found in style, mate
rial or construction. Tcwa
Buggies, Snrries. Etc.
are sold at a nominal price, bet are
much above tie average' value.
H. P. NoaK's, ST
Larg'estiReposltory in the South we
CHAS. HULL. Prop,
Beer on Draught
CHEMEST ft AS8ATERS.
THE WREN HERMAN CO., ..
CHIMISTS &. ASSAYERS.
In the Hughes BISBEE.
. SONOMA ENGINEERINGand
j, Mining Engineers and Assayers
1 Government Survevs In
C Mexico and Arizona
Box. 184 Cananea, Son., Mex.
PRANK W. GOODBODT,
FLANNIGAN & FELTU3,
Offices: Tombstone and Doutlas
HERRING & SORIN,
Attorneys and Counselors at
Tuc3on, corner Court and
Pennington Sta. BUbee, third
floor, Schmidt building.
Thos. D. Bennett. S. K. Williams.
BENNETT &. WILLIAMS,
Attorneys and Counsellors. 4
No. 7, Brewery Avenue,
DR. SHINE, M. D.
DR. BRODERICK, M. D
DR DYSART, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS.
J. M. O'CONNELL.
A T T O R N E Y-A T-L A VV.
Offive Room No. 2, Bank Building
Frank E. Hereford Seth E. Hazzar
HEREFORD & HAZZARD.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
Au ts for Land Script.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Mcdonald & kinsey
Real Estate Dealers, floney Loan
ed and conveyancers.
Office: Dubachtr Building, Brewery Ave
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
TAYLOR OPTiCAL CO,
Refractive Bye Specialists,
Dr. Taylor'a visit to Bisbee and
Douglas in December.
T. SHIELDS COLLINS, M. D.
OFFICE: ABOVE JOHNSON HOUSE.
Phone 144. 2 Hnp,s and t44 3
OR. W. E. HANKIN
Rooms, 2, 3 " "ve? Postofflce.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
the Bladder nl Diared Kid
nr. BOCVREBOfAT. Care
aoicElr ! rrmnnitlT lh(
wont cum of Conorrdoca
nnd Okrt, so matter ot how
harmless, bold ty drcgiiia.
Pries ll.). or br mail, peat
paid, tiXO. 3 bona. (2.73.
iTKE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.
LOOMIS & GLASS.
V' w kJ'VsE'wI'
THE ORIENT S7T
Finest Resort in the Territory
MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLV
THE GRAND CENTRAL
Directly opposite the depot
European Plan. Nicely Furnished Rooms.
Samuel Friedmant Prfret5r ancl Manager.
2 Geo. Slochett Co.
Boldoa De Blk. Houghton, Mich
Wo aro pioneer dealers in un
llsteu securities in Michigan and
our facilities for hmdliug uulial
ed slocks are unsurpassed, send
to us for what you want, if you
If you wish to bell quote your
lowed uet price u us
DOUGLAS KEAL ESTATE.
H. CLAY HERRICK,
Bank of Douglas Bui.ding,
4 Douglas. Arizona
Real Estate, Rents Insurance.
Speclil attention Non-Resident
Kuster & Co., Proprietor.
THE FINEST WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
General Headquarters for Everybody
HELLER & WRIGHT
GoM oul silver . SI 10
Coiper . Q
Lend ... Ti
Write for price list
dt m&llln? envelope:.
Embalming a Specialty... .
Robert Hennessy, Manager.
ftVKrft it H irditirtrC'tt iitrtrCrbiiiititi trtra
BISBEE FAVORITE CIGAR IS THE
LEADING HOME MADE CIGAR
f ,. ,, 1 .. 1. 1
GEORGE C- CLARK,
Analytical Chemist and
f. Jf .. . . 4. .;. . . . 4. Jf
5- G. C. ROSS,
90 Tombstone Canyon,
For Carpenter Work or Con-
Job Work a Specialty.
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE TAMILY GROCERIES.
Fresk fruits -f ll hinds received dally
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
. Goods delivered free.
MEDIGOVICH & NOBLE.
Cash Registers and Guns Repaired
Shw Filing and Key Fittine.
J. C. RAUB
C. G. COLEMAN
Leave Orders at the Hardware
Department C. Q. Store.
F. J. HART M. D.
A. N.COOPER M.D.
Central House Main St.
TIME CARD NO. 2.
Arizona and Colorado Railroad.
Train No. 1.
Leaves Cochise for Pearce 4:10 p. a.
Leave? Pearce for Cochise 6 p. m.
Effective Sunday, Nov. 1st, 190S.
E A. M'FARLAND,
Assistant General Manager,
. .. .. .. - . . . .
TAKE A HACK J
ED PRICE, Prop.
Telephone 10 Innex. Stand near
Rathbone Lodge No.
10, Knights of
Pythias meets every
Tnpsrtav vnlnr in
Pythian CasUe. Visit
ing Druttiera coraial
S. A. Merritt, K. R. S.
H W. Aiken, C. 0.
F. O. E.
BISBEE ERIE NO. 175.
Fraternal Order of Eajles meets r?.
ery first and third Tuesday, at Opera
House. Visiting Eagles cordially ll
U A. 3R0WN, W. P.
H. S. HILLMAN, W. S.
. P. O. C
SlabM Lod( (71
neeta first an
Third Fridays af
eaca month. VI
J. C. UJ aaa,
caaj i Kclaa.
C. B. neaart,
UNITED MODERNS NO. 160.
Meet 1st and 3rd Mondays at 8 p.
m., at Library Hail. Visiting member
cordially invited. C. C. Warner, Chan.
M. E. Cronk, Secretary.
CARRIE REYMANN LODGE NO.
Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W.
Meets In Library Hall 2d and 4tX
Thursdays In each month Visiting
hrotbers and sl3ters cordlalj Inviu
MARY GILL, SARAH M'CREA,
Recorder. Chief of Honor.
f-and Murk rkaoter N .
R. A M. Regular cosvoes
tloni third Tuesday Ui
each ironta. 8:lt a. oa.
Tlsltlng companions U
good si -.dins eladlr re
ceived. C. L. CAVEN. H. P.
J. L. BROWN, Sec.
Eastern Star Vodg
meets second and fourth
Wednesdays In eaca
EDITH STONE, Secreur7.
IMPROVED ORDER OF REOTMEK.
Minnehaha Council No. meets flri;
Monday and third Tb rsday of every
month at Opera House Hall. Vision)
members cordially Invited.
NETTIE LEONARD, PocmOuU.
PHOEBE CORNING. Keeper of Hsc
mproved der f Em
en, CeeklM Trib N 1
a e-jt eresj Tanrsda
arenlnx at Opera Han.
Hall VUitins brotaara
'ohn W Mullen. Sacnem.
Allle Sotvles. Sachem.
W D KtuSHj Ckit uf Records.
Bisbee Lodge no. 1. L O.
r O. F., meeiB every Wadnoa-'
day evening Visiting brat-
in cordially invited to attend
P. J. M'CULLOUGH, K. G..
F. C. FENDERSON. Sec. ' '
DR. E. S.
Office 'phono, 223.
Dr Baum's Res 'Phone, 225;
jfr 4. .
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