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!-; -"'Sf.JP"? eMPWfP !i8aiPr't1,, 1&t&Fr.&JWfFf: mm'wsSSm Tff?"1 "SF"" jujw r , -cffiii THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1911. PAGE FIVE 51 i ft1 - .t -1 ' ,4' M ! if - h SPORTS INVITATION COMES ;;:.: AT THE WRONG TIE , .;. Bisbee Turns Down Golf Pro- ,,, , oosal Because of Cele w" . bratlon Here Garnett King, assistant general pas senger agent of tho El Paso & South western, has written the Douglas, Bisbee and El Paso Country clubs about bringing the three golf teams I to Cloudcroft on tbo Fourth ot July so they could play a three v&y match,1 stating that no doubt a ery attract ive railraad rate could bo expected, as well aa a nice place to spend a. few days' vacation. Mr. King also sent along under separate tover a picture ot the golf grounds of Cloud- croft, which are very nne. ine ma jority have expressed themselves to tho effect that they would like to go.j and" v, ould have Jumped at the pro position, but tar the fact that Bisbe) has put before tho public a big Fourta at home and offers somethlne very attractive. It looks a little doubtful if Mr. King's invitation will bo ac cepted. i& FIEL0 COMPETITORS AT M1NNEAPQ! ", Western University Athletes Try Out for Champion ship Contest MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Juno 1. Hundreds of trained college athletes gathered on Northrop field at the. University of Minnesota today for tho preliminary events in Jbe elev-1 enth annual track meet of the In-1 tcrcoliegiato uonierence Ainieuc as sociation. The survivors of today's contests will compete for tho cham pionships tomorrow. The meet this year has attracted many of the best college athletes of tho middle, and far west Besides tho "big nine." comprising Wisconsin, Iowa, Purdue, Minnesota. Northvest em, Illinois, Indiana, Chicago and Notro Dame, there are present dele gations of athletes from the Univer sity of Kansas, University ot South I Dakota, Oberlin College, Iowa State I College, University of Missouri. South r&kota Ptato College, Morning-j side College, Coe Collere and sever-1 al other Institutions. The Pacific! coast section ia represented by a strong team from the University of California. There were no points to bo con tested for today, but each team used every endeavor to qualify the largest! number of athletes In tbe early f events, in the hope of gathering in the coveted honors In the finals to morrow. In numerous ctents it Is to le champion against champion and some unummlly keen competi tions are promised. In figuring tho chances of the sev 'eral big teams many of the excerts are Inclined to favor Notre Damo for tho cba-nplonshins. Illinois. Chi cago. Minnesota. California and MU v souri are the other institutions whose chances ot winnlnc the meet are well thought of by tho critics. E"CMARSTIC CONGRESS I MONTREAL. June 2. His Grace Archbishop Bruchesi, accompanied by his secretary and Canon Sylvee- tre, le't Montreal today for Europe, j The archbishop will po first to Mad-, rid to attend the Eucharistlc Con-l gross to bo held in tbat city tho !aJ week of June Fom Madrid ho will proceed to RoTne to pay his homage to the pope and to present to the ho'v father a rpclally bound volame of the proceedings of tho Ecbarst!c Cosgress held in Canada fast fall. NOTICE All members of Bisbee Lodge Uo. 4i2, T. F. B and visiting members ' are requested to meet at Fair Hall SHrday. June 4. at 3 p. ra., to at tend the faneral or tho late Brother G. V. Nelson. B. F. MO'5'. P'4ent MISS BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary. W25S- mmmM. - L'' I mm fpn BASE BALL STANDING OF CLUBS National League Won. Lost. Fct New York 20 14 .650 Philadelphia 26 16 Chicago 24 16 Pittsburg 24 18 St. Louis 20 20 .619 .600 .571 .500 .439 .366 .262 Cincinnati .18 23 Brooklyn lioston . .15 .11 26 31 American League Won. Lost Ietrolt 34 12 Pet .739 .636 .553 .53? .48 .409 .337 .31S Philadelphia 28 16 Chicago 21 17 lioston ..22 19 New York 20 21 Cleveland 18 26 Washington 15 27 St Louis 14 30 Coast League i Won. Lost Pet Portland 33 San Francisco 34 Vernon 32 Oakland 34 Los Anselea 28 Sacramento 29 26 30 31 31 29 31 .559 1 .531 .508 .50S .491 ASS Warren District League Won. Lost Pet Hankers 1 0 1,00b Callahan's Colts 1 0 1,000 uppur wuvcub ...... u x .uuu r. & a. o l .ooo Yesterday's Results I NATIONAL LEAGUE At St Louis It H. tl Brooklyn 3 5 l St Louis 1 C 1 Berger and Bergen; Steele and lireenahan. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Boston 8 14 0 Cincinnati 1" "9 i Pfeiffer, Mattern and Rariden; Gas par, McQuIUen and Clark. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Philadelphia 1 12 1 Pittsburg 7 15 0 Humphreys, Rowan. Chalmers and thMn: Adams and Simon. At Chicago It H. E. New York 7 5 0 Chicago 6 9 1 Raymond, Ames and Wilsoar Cote. Richie and Kling. americatTleague At New York R. II. E. St Louis 3 9 4 New York 6 9 1 Hamilton, Pelty and Clarke; Brock- ctt. Fisher and Blair. At Philadelphia R. H. K, Cleveland 1 S 2 Philadelphia C C 1 Kalor and Land; Plunk ;nid Thomas. (Game called in the seventh In ning on account ot Uarknese.) At Bofcton R. HE. Chicago IX 17 0 Boston 8 18 C Lante. Olmstead and Payne; Woodhall and Nunamaker. At Wasfciftgtoa It H. E. Detroit 7 S 2 Washington 14 16 7 Willett Works, Covington, Mitch ell nrfd Stanage; Hughes ami Aln smith. COAST LEAGUE At San Frielsco R. K. E. I.og Angeles S 7 & San Francisco 8 12 2 Coachman as4 Abbott: M liter ad Berry. At Porttami R, II. K. Oakland 8 IX 3 PorUarKl 2 8 2 Penwll and PMrce; Fan well. Ful lertoBand Murray. At Lo Angeles It II. B. Vernon 2 10 4 Sacramento 8 9 0 Hilt and Hogan; ArreJaaes and Thomas. New pictures O K theater tonight and Sunday. The Ferndell brand Prrs ducts are scrupulously clean. You can buy them with the certainty that not in your own kitchen could p-r eater care be used. , B. ANGIUS GROCERY Phone 29 STOCK MARKET OH Recovery Almost All Along Line No One Thing Responsible ( NEW YORK; June 2. Tho recent advance in stock was extended today and tho market as one of tho broad est and most active of the year. Trading was conducted In a way that seemed to indicate tbat senti- m. hrt s, irtn. nnm cheerful and confident Substantial advances In virtually every depart- ment brought out a large amount or nfnV ninlfrlTif Rnlon rmiftori rppoa. slons lato in tie day. but tho douiall seemed unabated and bcjoro t26 et. L. D. Rlcketts, gcnonl manager close lnt complete recoveries 0 tie Greene Cananea mining inter were effected. csts at Cananea, arrived in the crty .- .... ... .., i inv,t frnm Kaco. at which mint 1UC lUUUUCUb IUUU UL IUV Uia.flCl could not bo attributed to any news of the day. but appeared to bo based on tho combined effects ot recent do- velopmcnts. Tho government's first report on tho cotton crop for tho sja- son. which was Issued today, gavo further basis for expectation of good crops. op. The Hill stocks were again stion; id nrti. Profit taking ukonmi Tb and th rhirnro n nriinirtnn nnrt Onlnr-v Jolnt 4 percent bonds which have been asRociatmi -nrith Rrpat Nnrthern and Northern Pacific in tho advance . Tvwcn loiiowca wc announcement oi ; tho Hill financing project American Tobacco securities rontmuod theSr I decline. The common stock droonod ! flftnon nnlnt. nn , m.T-K o.ihi-n. which followed the announcement ot tho Hilt financing orolect American quently recovering part ot tho loss. American Tobacco four percent bonds declined 2 5-8 to SC, virtually tho price at which they sold before the supremo court's decision was annomi- cod after haying risen to 931 In eT pectatlon t-at tho Issue would be re- tired at par in connection with tbe io0 fJrmnnt, vWtL1 p1? M. K. & T. bonds In Paris were con- firmed today. Louisville Courier-Journal: 'That fellow is a source of great uneasiness to me. Ho may bo worthy, but I wish ho would keep away from my house." Courting jour daughter, is he? Naw, he's courting my cook." " DONTS FOR FANS. Don't shout words of advice to tho players Don't roast players fjor making errors. Don't pan the manager when his team loses. Don't pan the team when the manager's errors of judg ment are to blame. Don't call the umpire a roll-er because you heard oth ers applying this name Don't roast the umpire when he calls a third strike on a. tall tbat passes oVer tho plate and retires your hero to the bench. Don't cheer and throw your hat in the air when a home player knocks the ball over the fence a foot outside the foul line. Don't show how little you know about Inside fcaseball by telling yonr neighbor wuv such and such a play didn't go through. Don't try to identify tbe players for tho unsophis ticated unless you are abso lutely sure of your ground. Don't ladulge in open abuse of visiting piavers' so that they can get at you. Don'i; pocket foul balls while the sleuths are looking squarely in your direction. Don't try to score a ?ame unless you know the differ ence between a run and an error. Don't throw cushions or pop bottles at the umpire or tbe visiting piavers unless you are hidden from view. Don't root for the visiting i team unless yon are isolated in the grand stand airt you ean't speak above a whisper. 4- Dont put the lighted ent of a clirar into yo-ir mouth when your favorite knocks out i a romvragger. -. Don't elbow yonr neighbor snd step on his corns unless he s a -cripTte. Do't eat more than rtx ba-s or reanuts unless your team is losing; Dot throw newpapers or other nlssiles at uerwHs who wre is htte M eaa't find eats unless they are small asd timid. Doa't try to explain the gane to a woman while oth- er mea are listening Dos't go home angry in tho 9 hour of defeat. Laugh and bo worry. Don't try to climb over the fence with new clothes on. Don't assj for a free ticket ! unless tbo home team is last in the race, andi the manage- meat becomes liberal. Don't try to manago every teim you see, and don't call all the players "bone-heads." STOMACH TROIint PS Horsford's Acid Phosphate Produces healthy activity of weak ind disordered stomachs. An excel- lent strengths builder. Your Watch Made as Good as New C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist Can Repair It i Brief Local Items m,i season Ocns ... ,, ,..m,ir.n Today will open tho watermelon season in Bisbee. a carload otwe juicy tempters rmuu "." -" coast of Mexico. -" Dr. Rlcketts Here. 1U3L -U.fc" ..w- - --. - - ho arrived in the arterno'n irom vun- anea. An automobile wa smt down from a local garago to meet Dr. Kick- etts. Infant's Funeral. Tte funeral of lltt'e I.eo Francis Maken. tho ten months' old son oi .Mr and Mrs. Ernest Maken. whose death occurred at the residence of tho fam- ilv in Jicgerville Thursday morning. took place o "ridcac. vcjjer day afternoon at 2 ocloct and Inter- ment was In Evergreen cemetery. - Judge Burdlek's Court. Tho grist mill of Judge BurdickaJ justice court turned out three bond 1 . ll. .Mr lull vr.otnrrt.1- Judge Burdlek's court. Two white men and ono Mex'cai were arraigned for disturbin,? tho peac.c and given tho usual fines far ttat offense, $7.50 for the Americans nr.d j6 for the Mexican. ' wining Men Visit Dau3las. w rinrir mn of the "Corn-r Kin'g." o New York W. I. Clark and Thomas Taylor, of the Clark Arizona tttnln. jntr.iv.Rta. who snent Thurs - day and yesterday morning In BIsboo I looking over tho mines of tho Copier Queen and Calumet & Arizona, left for Douelas yesterday afternoon to inspect tbe smelter there, accompan-i led by several mining men j n. ' Investigate City Dump. I Tho county board of health is in vestigating complaints that have leen made against the garbage dump le low the city. District Attorney Will iams of Tombstone and Dr. A. R. Hickman ot Douglas, acting for the county board of health, inspected tbo T placo this week to Ann if the com ! plaints were justified by conditions there1. X Country. Club Smcker. ' At the Warren District Country club last night a live time was en- Joyed by about eighty members 01 the club and their friends, the occa sion being the club smoker gin b the Pink and Indigo teams, who pair ed off in putting on the attractions and doing the entertaining. A dinner, boxing match and wrestling match were on tho program, which was largely enjoyed. Personal Mention J. O. Forbes of El Paso is in the city on business. I P. B. Fatman of El Paso is regis- I tored at the Copper Queen John Gleeson of Glceson was in i tke city yesterday on business. , t joe Mcoaoc, cnairman oi me ooani ,of supervisors, was in the city onj0usy. Cf Randoult." "My Wife's Hat' v I Business yesteraay. i uiiBinctw jBieni. l Dr. Light left Thursday afternoon for Illinois, called there by a tele - gram announcing; the serious illness of bis father. John L. Carter and Mrs. Carter ot ESy. Nev., formerly of Bisbee, will sail on tbo S. S. Victoria from Seat - tie. Wash, on June 4, for Alaska. I FLAGSTAFF EF LAT ' i ,nnr nr- ,,. lj LI Writ Ur L.UIYILI ...... . ... . .. ... flauvia-, ahz. June 2. rial- ley's ccret "Ras observed at Lowell observatory on May 31, probably fo- the last time until Its nex't return, ar mconllrht now interferes. It has been photographed here ever night for the last two weeks. It Ir now beyond the orbit of Jupiter anrr farther from tbe earth than it eve j. has been fo'lowed be'oro. The comet Is now a very small rolnt of ligh- without any visible nucleus. i CONFSS-ES TO KILLING. CHICAGO, III., June 2 Maurice FnHgbt, besinoss arent o' the Iora' s team-ill -n anion, is al'oged to have confessed tbat he shot and kill od William Cent'eman. a former 'slugger," In a saloon flghL ALIMONY SET ASIDE. BALTIMORE, June 2f The enor mous profts derived from bromo so't zcr are Illustrated by the announce ment that S00 shares or brmo Flt zer stock, of tbe par value of $25, havo been set aside bv Cantaln Isaac Emerson to meet the annual alimony of 2onn. awarded to Mrs Emerson by the court. " ITniatnn Vtvit "T -irfoli T Vnsw which one of those vonng men to ' nwrrv. I rlteve I ' shall coasul; a fortune tellerv" - "Tlmt's n trrmi ida. Consult Brad - jley's commercial report. EES TELL OF MAZATLAN FAMINE Party Reaching Los Angeles by Steamer Reports Water Supply Exhausted LOS ANGELES. June -Telline .,,.,..,.. . . . . -i ouucwuB mm want, ot looa ana water. a ,argg nila,ber of Mexican "fugeea reached Los Angeles by ""L? tetf,nl"1racao of tho 1,ac'lic ,""' Ste$flhl' C0P?- lrm Hj '222?" ..n.S f ..,.. m"th , the tternup'r th? &. haB ,uecn f . "" ."" ,r i;6 6 . ui- "J00 aWe "te' ft "" ,iaen, .? P?r -ftells ?.VJ,.'," "" " W - "SrbrInB t U or .. ,. ! "u " .er ino poorer sections of the ritv. ,and the lack of food threatens n famine that may claim hundreds of victims. . p , .. .,., nent;h0 weekf ago meiP was ... ' IWU WW.K8 ago, meal WUS cento8a art ego at 10 cents each and otn ' foJ . comgnonriin-. JJ1 Added to this shorS in tho food Buppiy wa8 a famine of (charcoal, tho fuel used by natives for cookJnR purposes, so that .food. 'when obtainable by tho poor, could , onlv he nartiniit- ir nt n .rwivi. A t of AmerIcan mIncrs wh3. have befn in' Mexico during the! U,r.i -o- w- -, .!,. i. whole war were among thoso who escaped from the Strieker, city hy the Curacao. They are T. O. Shoop. R. T. Belchen. T. A. McKeehan. J. C. Terrltor and George I. Waddey. Jk They have been connected with the El Tigre mine?, which are lo cated about fortv miles north ot Ma zatlan, and which bad to be shut. down two months ago becansd all of the workers joined the forces of the rebellion. Tho refugees aboard tho Curacao renorted that conditions at Ense nada, where tho steamer called on her way north, appeared to be nearly as bad as at Mazatlan, pav ing that there ia also black small pox and fever among the poorer people of that city. 0. 8. THEATER HAS EXCELLENT FILMS The popular O K theater is de - eervcdlv drnwimr record breaklne crowds on ' account of the excellent I an(1 continues to hold ollce. The pictures being shown at this the- mayor s campaign against Chief Scy ater Manager 'Schmld makes the J m0ur results from the latter's faii announcement that he has made ar- j ure to co-operate with the mayor in rang-ients with the Los Angeles nig announced declaration for a more Film company by which the O K tho- jibera administration of the police ater will receive its films direct from regulations governing dance halls, the home office, thus getting the saoons caffc and other resorts where films first and getting better fHm3.WOTOn Jnay congregate and the This change will mean much addil ch by tbe mayor tbat Serrooir tlonal expense, but Manager Schmld ha, been usInT tho department for l?. ter.TImLd V.1.? the, .PCP1?, f I Political purposes. Bisbee tho best in the picture line, I ' barrinc no expense. ! Among the fine pictures being shown at present are "Willie's Visit I to the Picture Show," 'The Masque- i radere," -Saved by Bosco," "Jeal and Tuo Ul3vsa Hand. I The first shows WIHIc getting . raiied up in a film picture on the 'gtj - ect and going to tbe theater at night, where he sees himself on the screen. It is very laughable. "The Masqueraders" pertains to two lov- ' or8 wno naVe met under the masquerade of maid and valet after ' sending their real maids and valets ,to personify themselves to look Into a matrimonial proposition, the prm cipals becoming in love. This is a 'pretty romance. Jealousy of lean doult" is a rip-roaring comedy in w hlch tho Jealous lover gives poison . . .. .... to hl3 rival and anparesuy kiiis a Mg bunch cf jicople, who are wlscj to his game, however, ami s-mpiy ; jnK either a c'almant or more posi pose to mortify him. "My Wife's tvo ldenUocatlon. The skeleton is Hat" is another roar of fun, show-lWnt(eB jH (he books of the police fng the trials of a husband in the . department, which shows that H. E. hat-buying line, while "The Gloved ' Howland, a minister. 20 years old, Hand" is an Intensely Interesting -went to Sn Qi'entin from Log An drama of western life, showing tie j-ib July 17, 1W5. under two years' trials of a redeemed woman who genteoce for perjury. The ekeleton turns thief to hide her j.ast from farther reveals the fact that be her husband, while the detective s liberated March 29, 18&6, having gels the proof orrher from her fln- ODtaBd the credits allowed for good eer prints through a glove. The conduct. husband forgives -his wife and the ondlng is a happy one. OPENS WAR COLLEGE. NEWPORT, R. I, June 2 See rotary Meyers presided today and delivered an address at tbe opening of the Naval War college In addl'Ion to the secretary of the navy Ue speakers included Roar Admiral Stephen B. Luce, V. 3. N., retired, who is known as tho father ot the war college. Washington Star: "What a bril- Hant marriage." said tho genial lady, "Ho is worth several millions and she will inherit at least a billion." "Wo"ld vj)u call that a marriage, innuired Miss Cayenne, "or a merg- ert" I "-; ' New 'pictures O K theater tonight iand tSunday. , r ( O R P H E u iVi BETZ S. LOCKIE, Props. - T ON THE FAMOUS BERT LEVY VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT Tonight'-ROSA & BURKE Margaret Rosa the Uatiy with the freak voice; Bob Burke, the man with the funny legs. FLO SWINNERTON, Comedienne. NEW PICTURES TONIGHT "The Cowboy and the Shrew." 'His Best Girl's Little Brother," "Turned to tho Wall," and "His Mother's Scarf." AN EXCELLENT PICTURE PROGRAM. GENERAL ADMISSION 16 Cents RESERVED 8EATS ..., , , 25 Cnt .CH'jLDRLN .. A .. ,0 Centa HEAR THE ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA Stanley C, Tuck, director First Show Begins 7:45 Sharp. Second Show Begins P. M. ,' O.K. THEATRE Owing to delay in securing our special films this week only pictures change Saturda and Monday. PROGRAM .. "WILLIE VISITS PICTURE .. .. SHOW" Great Northern Film. "THE MASQUERADERS" "SAVED BY BASCO" "JEALOUSY OF RANDOULT" "MY WIFE'S HAT" "THE GLOVED HAND" Matinee Tuesday, Friday, Sat urday and Sunday at 2:30 p. m. POLICE CHIEF HAY YET BE PUT OUT f1 Mayor of San Francisco Puts in Successor Two Now Serving SAN FRANCISCO. June 2 For a time today San Francisco had two chiefs of police and it looked as if Mayor McCaithy's long and hard fight to depose Chief Seymour might prove sue cereful. ! nv means of writs of prohibition. ' hntr Bovirnnr nvfirtml the hto.v M cm RECORD 0F4IISTER Victim of San Francisco Fire, Believed to Be Clergyman Convicted in 1895 SAN FRANCISCO. June 2. A skel eton has arisen beside the bjdy of .j,e rtev. H E. Howland, a Ictim of . tfie flre tnat destroyed the Chutes i - ... block of buildings .Sunday nignt. The body lies at the roorguo await snirituallst Howland. who is be- Ueved to be Minister Howland, was seen last by Mrs. Ida McFarland as he rushed back Into the blazing building. GET A YEAR IN JAIL. , PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. June 2. A police Untenant, two sergeants and two republlcin po'ltical worlers were ieach sentence-! today to one year's impjisonrrent by Judge Williams on i the charge of conselraov unlawfuiiv to imprison two reform election wo-k- era at the November election for dls- trict attorney in 1309, David Belasco Is reading a now play for Frances Starr, to be produc- ed next season under his manage ment. New pictures, good music, O theater tonight. BERNER'S Summer Resort NEAREST, COOLEST, MOST ATTRACTIVE AND BEST CAMPING GROUNDS Clear Running Water. Large Sbado Trees. Many Beautiful Flowers Fruit Trees in Bearing. Cool Sanitary Rooms Excellent Dining Room. Furnished Kitchens FREh. Now Dancing Pavilion. Boarding Stable and Corrals Horses Rpnted Hour or Day. Grocery & Lunch Goods Store Eat at Boarding Houso or Do Your Own 'Cooking HEREFORD-HUACHUCA STAGES meet all trains at Hereford. For full detailed In formation and prices get fold er at Sassles' or any Drug Store or write to H. E. Fletcher, Hereford, Arizona. The Best Equipped Eastman Kodak Agency n the district. A full line of Kodaks and Supplies si ways on hand. Lowell Drug Co P. O. Bldg Lrwell. Ariz JVe are here to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and personal use. D D See Us Before Going E!,c- wLere Letter Heads Bill Heads Envelopes Cards Wedding Invitations Posters or Announcements Of All Klada wmmmmmzmammm&mmmBKmmmmmnmmmmmm The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT , The Liebler company will havo a dramatization mado of David Gra- ham, Phillips' novel, "White Magic ' I. O. R. M. All Rcdmen are requested to bo at wigwam Sunday, June 4, at 3 . m.. to attend funeral of Chief Victor Nei- son. WILLIAM BTJCKETT, Sachem. New pictures, good music, O theater tonight ... j Job Printing m wmaMa & J "WM W11H 8LU1 , n. mu Tirv wimmM. - him. B9B waw'wi tyrStfox vwfWumwBtnwwM'"