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. swr- ""? t . ;V v.- ? v TwnmrirMWTlfiri1' l. THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1911. PAGE FIVE f 4 WES- k & t SPORTS BILLY PAPKE WINS Takes Long End at Finish of Nine Fast Rounds of Fighting LONDON. June 8. Billy Papke. the American middle-weight, tonight de feated 'Jim .SuMvan. middlcvwelght champion, of England, In a 20-ronnd flglit for the middle-weight champlon- smn or we worm, Paiko won in nine rounds of fast fighting. Again it was the fighter against mo nur, uuu uio uiu won with ease. Tno contest was ior the middle-weight championship of the world, a purso of $10,000 and a side bet. It was held In tho Palla dium, one of London's noted music halls, before a large crowd. Through out, tho light was a gruelling one. Sullivan proved the cleverer at long range work, but Papke excelled In ln- flghtlng. There was much clinching and1 hitting in tho clinches, ana. tne referee, Eugene Corrl, had difficulty at times in separating the men. He warned Papke twice. VoHirlfhstnTirtlTn- that ih fipht Tiad lw arivortlocwf ns "America aeainst England." Papke ruled a strong fav- orlte. ts) Toward the close of the ninth round Papke landed a savage upper-cut wnicu .... ...- put &uuit;uz to ue uuur. xiv ujun count of five and when tho bell rang staggered blindly to his corner. When the call for the tenth round sounded, Sullivan was unable to stand np and Corri awarded the fight to the Ameri can amid great applause. GETS MOFFATTS POST. DENVER, June 8. A. V. Hunter, banker and mining man of Leadvllle, was elected today as president of the First National banh to succeed the late David II. Moffatt BASE BALL STANDING OF CLUI3 National Leaoue Won. Lost, Pet .C30 .017 .609 JSa3 .523 .468 .310 .233 New York 29 17 Philadelphia 29 18 Chicago 28 18 Pittsburg .2C 21 St Louis 23 21 Cincinnati 22 23 Brooklyn 13 29 Boston 11 35 American League Won. Lost- Pet. .735 .614 .556 .537 Detroit 3G Philadelphia 27 Boston 25 Chicago 22 New York 21 Cleveland 19 Washington 17 St. Louis 15 13 17 20 19 22 29 30 32 488 .396 n 20-BOUi FIGHT vis Coast League Won. Lost. Portland 36 27 San Francisco 37 33 Oakland 35 33 Vernon 34 32 Sacramento 32 32 Los Angeles ... 29 33 Warren District League Won. LosL C. Colts 2.0' Bankers 1 1 C. Queens 1 1 C. & A. 0 2 V Pet .571 .529 0515. Pet. 1.000 .500 1 .500' 000 Next game, Sunday. June 11. Cal- k.Ma rrtte vo PnnTKtr OnMnl lahan's Colts vs. Copper Queens. Do You Enjoy Your Meals During The Hot Weather? There Is no reason -why you should not. Eat good fresh groceries and you will be all right the kind we sell, for In stance. Not a stale article finds It way Into our store. Nothing Is sold over our coun ters that is not just right -la every respecL Purity, freshness and abso lute cleanliness are factors that add their attractiveness to the low prices you will find In our PURE FOOD GROCERY. For the summer months we have a special blend of tea for making 'Tee Tea." Per Pound KJe Try it It will please yea. Absolutely Pure. J, B. AN8IUS GROCER V II Pfeeiie 29 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE At Cincinnati R. Philadelphia 8 Cincinnati 4 Moore and Dooln; Fromme, Keefe and Clark. IL E. 16 1 6 2 Smith, At Chicago R. Brooklyn . ., 1 Chicago . 4 H. 4 S E. Knctzer and Bergen; Ruelbach and Kllng. At Pittsburg R. New York 4 1 Pittsburg 3 . E. 1 4 Cam- Ames, Crandall and Myers; nltz, Ferris and Gibson. At st Lo'ulq- R. H. 9 E. 1 Boston St. Louis 4 10 2 Curtis, Brown and Graham; Har mon and Bresnahan. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Philadelphia- R. IL 15 Detroit . Philadelphia 8 Donovan and Stanage; Plank and Thomas. At New- York- R. IL E. 13 2 Chicago New, York T. ! 5 3 Ford and Walsh and - Sweeney. Sullivan; AL. 13UIUhlUU a irr..l.l-. X H. E, 8 1 CieVeland 2 Washington 4 8 2 Mitchell. Krapp and Land; John son and Street. At Boston R. St. Louis 11 Boston ,5 5 Lake, Powell and Clarke; Karger and Nunamaker. H. E. 11 2 S C Cicotte. COAST LEAGUE At Los Angeles R. H. E. Vernon 7 10 0 Oakland 2 0 4 Stewart, Brown; Flater, Mitze. At Oakland Sacramento . . . San Francisco . Arrelanes and man and Berry. R. .... 5 .... 2 Longe; H. E. 10 1 8 1 Moskl- La BUSINESS IS COMING End of Mexican War Already Felt in Better Condi tions at Border H, Lake Hayncs, traveling freight a-n mmspneer asrent of the El Paso ,! southwestern, arrived: In the city yestcrday afternoon and will spend today calling on local merchants and business men. I r Havnes says that El Paso is getting back to normal condition, after a serious disturbance caused by the revolution In Mexico. The city of El Paso was deprived of a vcf -imnnnt of trade for several 515 months because of the destruction 500 of the railroads running Into Mexico 68,frnm that city, preventing the run ning of trains. On the Mexican Central there was not a train Into TCI Paso from tho City of Mexico 'fmrr. Jnniiarv 28 until last week. Th(J chlcI engineer of that road .,, fn Ri Paso last week and it , -ir-rt seventeen days for him to make the trip from the city to Chi I. i - - -- ..- .... nut. huahua. Mr. Haynes says that business on the El Paso & Southwestern suffer ed because of the uncertainty of the .Mii-n-irl service in Mexico auruiF the revolution at all points whcrtl the line toucnea me ooruer, iun lng El Paso. Douglas and Naco Mr. Haynee is of the opinion that so far as the national election concerned in Mexico there l no doubt of the victory ior am-i-but they are fearing that the ' -elections may bring undesirable ro plications. Speaking of Cloudcroft, Mr. Hayncs declared that It was now uneqnu as a mountain summer resort. Its new hotel, new golf courae in. many other attractive leaicrcs AQUATIC CARNIVAL. PORTLAND, Ore, June S- Final ErranpTiments have b-n completed for the big swimming meet 10 vc held on the Wllliamette river here tomorrow under tho auspices of the Multnomah Amatcar Athletic clut. The carnival, which will be a feat-ire of the Rose festival sporU, promises to be the most notable event of Its kind ever held on the Pacific coast t artrtiHon to the swimmins compe titions. In -which many noted swim- mers will taice pajx. uroo " fancy diving contests, tub racrs, till lng races and various other aquatic contests. i - MASQUERADE DANCE. DON LUIS Saturday night Hall below Hull 6. Bug leaves Broph7 stables, Lowell. 8; 341. Brief Local Items Case Set. The case of Dolly Dunbar, who as saulted George Reardon with, a corn razor at a tenderloin house several days ago, has been set for a hearing on June 14, before Judge Morris High. Maldonado Nearly Well. Frank Maldonado, the man who at tempted to take his like about ten days ago by shooting himself, is fast recovering from the effect of "the wound and will bo able to leave the hospital In a few days. Will White's Nephew Dies. Demitv Will White received a telegram yesterday afternoon from hiR vouncer hrother. Ed White, at Phoenix, telling of the death of his 2-veaivoId son. The message an nounced only the fact of the little fellow's death, giving no details. Funeral of Infant. The funeral of the 7-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Sims, who died Wednesday morning at the home of the parents In Johnson aaaiuon. took place yesterday arternoon at j o'clock from the family residence, the services being conducted by Rev E. G. Decker. Interment was In Ever green tcmetery. Erickson's Funeral Today. ' The funeral of John Erickson. the Swedish carpenter who committed suicide Monday afternoon at an Opera Drl-o rpomln? house hy shooting himself with a pistol, will take placo this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the parlors of the Palace undertaking es tablishment. The .l'appearanco of th Jf.JO withdrawn from a local bank tho morning of the suicide, has not yet been explained. That Plate Paid For. The copper plate on which an Invi tation to visit BIsbee was Inscrib ed and sent to Theodore Roosevelt several months ago has been paid for. at last The enthusiasm of the subscribers to the! fund cooled so -apldly when the redoubtable colonel failed to respond to the cit'y "invite that it congealed and the balance on the plate was not collected until yes terday. Revival Services. Tonight theN pastof of the Metho dist church. Rev. E. G. Decker, will gho an illustrated 'sermon, the last of a series, on "After the Garden. Mrs. Allen will sing a solo and a lad ies quartette, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Cal low. Miss Levy and Mrs. 'DecV&r, will sing. Everyone is cordially in vited to attend these services. A collection will be taken. Watkins Goes East. City Marshal Bassett Watkins left yesterday morning for Madison, Wis havlnc been granted a leave of ab sence of three weeks from his official duties. Mr Watkins formerly resid ed at Madison, which is the capital of the state and the home of Senator LaFolletto, who is a personal friend of Mr. Watkins. Officer Lowe Wright Is acting city marshal. To Enaage In Business. Mr. Brown of Neil & Brown of the SouUiwestern Coal and Ice company, which has sqld to the Independent Fuel .and Feed company, has not do finitely decided In what business he will engage in Bisbee, but he will re main here and in tho course of a few months will- engage In. business. Mr. Brown has done much toward making the Southwestern company a success. Personal Mention James P. Dwyer of Tucson wa3 in the city yesterday on business. John C. Doulery of Cananea was In the city yesterday on business. J. M. Othman and wife of Benson are the guests of the Philadelphia. Dick Blevlns of the Chlricahuas is in tho city, staying at the Phila delphia L. A. Holle left yesterday for Los Angeles, where he will spend his vacation. J C. Bach of Douglas was In the rltv vesterday. registering at tho Philadelphia. i. P. Weld of Mogollon. N. M- was in the city yesterday, accompanied by Vincent Moore. a F. Dutton. apostofflce Inspector of San Francisco, is in the city on his periodical tour of inspection. AVIATION MEET. SPRINGFIELD, Mass., June 8. The first large aviation meet held In this section opened at Imperial Park todar with G'enn H. Curtiss and oth er leading aviators among the partic ipants. The events will continue ver tomorrow and Saturday. GALT HORSE SHOW. GALT, Ont, June 8. The annual exhibition of the Gait Horse Show association had an auspicious open ing today. Manv notel s'iow hirsts representing "prominent oahlM of Panada and the United State entered in tho various classes are J. A. ZANDER, Piano tuner. Is in Blsbec. orders at Vt Mull's. Leave New plctares Orpheum tonight Mound City Paints' wear lonfett and look best. BISBEE HARDWARE, Your Watch Made C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist Can Repair It A STUDY IN BY SAVOYARD. How this world is given to lying, and how politics leans to humbug Such must bo the reflection of every wan of common sense when he at tends a "hearing?' on the .tariff be fore a committee of either house of the American congress. The Invita tion fcoes forth to Tom, Dick and Harry to appear and positively, per tinaciously and dogmatically testlfj to the inferiority of the American people in any contest with anybod7 In a game of agriculture, manufao ture or commerce. And the witness es come In troops and gravely tell congress that a Httlo dab of trale with Canada Vlll bring iree ruin I on our people ana sname on me xo, Jt is not tho farmers who win republic. The mart will be empty be hurt. On the contrary, reciprocity and the bay shipless-. If tho tarlfl , wm benefit him at the expense of leech shall relax his hold one little i in. lumber trust, the paper trust, bit, even through to a scarce per- an(j the fish monopoly of New Eng ceptlble degree, brazen death willjjand. The farmer will get cheaper drive out plenty and gaunt famine . lumber, cheaper books, magazines come over the land. What a sham It is! Wliat an admixture of ldlocs and knavery I'll tell you a tale. When Teddy i first took captlvo the popular heart,: he asked a reluctant congress to enact a little scrap of reciprocity with Cuba, whereat and whereupon there was wailing and gnashing or teeth in the household of the tariff barons. But Teddy was in earnest Bnd blood was up. All the interests flocked and flopped together and o save the country from the great -alamlty of a little freer trade with Cuba. Vllliam Alden Smith, then a mem '(er of the house from Michigan, led the charge against the direful re ciprocity. Now. William Alden Smith is " a orator," and he can scrape the sky beautifully that is to say, the Hon. Smith has lungs and he comes as near setting th Potomac on fire as the next one. In other words, he is the same as Cicero or a little samer. I heard him on Cuba in op position to reciprocity and it was a emenrous speech. The cloak rooms rwarmed to him and had there been a nit It would have "rose to him." With fervid manner and burning ix-rlods he nlctured our inferiority and how if wo relaxed one atom of the beneflcient protection accorded us by the protective tariff we would be rained by cheap stuff from uuoa Now the Hon. William Alden Smith is one of the tribe of orators never emharraMed by anything. When it s suggested that Cuba might come in as a state of our glorious Union he rather approved that and argued that in such event Cuba would cease to gro sugar aand tobacco and take up th. mining and manufacturing line. Not long before a republican senator front my own state of Ken tucky deltxered himself of a power ful argument in a happy -attempt to make 't as clear m the minds of his fellow senator- as it was to his own that it was impractical to con struct a ship canal across tho con tinent from New York to San Fran cisco nnd thr(.for thv must re sort to Panama and Chauncy De pew said it was a devilish good speech. It would take a chapter of critics made up of Haziltts to de termine whether Depew on the ca nal surpassed Smith on reciprocity. Among the industries of the United States Smith declared reciprocity would extirpate utterly was beet sugar. At that time our production of beet sugar was- 369,211,733 pounds per annun L-ss than ten jears later when reciprocity with Cuba pre vailed,, our production of beet sugar had crown to S51.768 000 pounds. That was the effect reciprocity with Cuba had on a business that scores of our national soloiw asseverated In semik-bral tones and direful warn- incs would be utterlv destroyed. The Hon. William Alden is now swear ing by all the gods that admired Hec tor of Tror that nothing but utter ruin can be expected to follow re ciprocity with Canada. And he is just as confident just as dogmatic, and juot as eloquent now as he was then and just as fallacious. Dewltt Clinton was one of the greatest practical statesmen the Anglo-Saxon rare has produced and his monument is the Erie canal It was a lone, a stubborn, a vicious fight he waged, but finally he over came all hk enemies, and they were numerous, powerful and bitter. One of the arKumentB against the canal was that tho farnws of the Genesee and Mohawk alleys would starve to death when Ohio sent cheap grain through the canal. But In truth the canal benefited every farmer In the Empire state I commend the argu ment of the Hon McCumber of North Dakota pernarn the most su-ner-senatorlal In his matchless pon derosity o all b Tr.en now in pub lic life. He is cminced that Cana da's superiority to bf United States Is so overwaelmlntr ftm tne silgntest breach In tio tanl wall that pro tects us from this Arctic giant will altogether desolate r,ur fair land. When Illinois was first opened to settlement the pric of government lands was greatly -reduced and there was much opposition to It on the ground that so much grain would be grown in Illinois that the farmers of Kentucky and Ohio v-cnM be un done. And the same argument was made aealnst the beaestead act that the cheap farms would drive out of commission the flae farms of the older states. But the farmers of Kan- as Good as New HUMBUG sas and Nebraska, with their im mense production of grain, did not ruin their brethren of Illinois and Iowa. Then again we ship more products of the farm to Canada than Canada sends to us, and that Is conclusive argument to a man of common sense that if any fanner is In danger from this reciprocity he lives on -the other side of the border and Is a sub- Lsome loose talk of annexation. Nov.' if McCumber is right, annexation of our northern neighbor would make a barren vtaste of every farm In the Dakstas. anj newspapers and he will have a Ider market for what he sells, The glass trust, too, is here trying to bust the pact for reciprocity. ilHIIIL RECEIVED UNO SENT OUT FROM CITY Gassidy's Report Shows A1-. most Double Coming in j - Over That Going Out The compilation of data regarding the number of pieces of mail mat ter handled at the local postoffice during tho month of May, T.hlca count was made on an order issued from the postoffice department at Wash ington, shows that 94,758 pieces of matter were sent out from Bisbee in that month and that 167,485 pieces were received and distributed at tho postoffice. The number of magazines received and -presumably consumed by Bis bee people was 8,853. None were sent out 31,439 newspapers were received at tho office during tho month. 21,518 were sent out from tho office. 87.66S pieces of first-class mall mat ter were sent out from the office -o " 58,413 pieces were received and diit, tributed. 1.762 nieces of mall were distribut ed to transients during the month 15,028 circulars were received b Bisbeo people during May and only 337 circulars were mailed out from Bisbee. leaving Bisbee a consideramo balance of circulars. 6,034 letters were sent from Bisbee to foreign countries and 4,651 letters were received from foreign countries. Considering the detail of the work, the effort and time expended in count ing the mail for a month was a s'Ji penious undertaking-, W every i'eui has been set 1own and tabulate.! and Hostma8ter Cassidy's report has been forwarded to Washington. The re port its'elf was a criterion of neat an careful work, being done on a tabul ating machine. T American Woolen Company Agent Charged With Committing Felony A. E. Shirley, arrested on a com plaint sworn to by-G. S. Shipley, a miner, charging him with defraud inc the American Woolen company out of roods valued at $20, was ar raigned before- Judge High yester day afternoon and on motion of the assistant district attorney, .a j. , l-ianlgan, tne case was uismieseu. Aftor ahlrJMr' nrrpnt Bisbee Ofll- cera telegraphed to the police de partment of Chicago, asking if Shir ley was employed by the American Woolen company, and & reply was re ceived from the Inspector of detec tives saying that Shirley had taken out samples of the company, but had never turned In any orders. Following Shirley's acquittal yes terday he was rearrested on a fel ony charge, the complainant being G. S. Shipley He was placed under a cash bond of $100 and his case set for June 14. The complainant alleges that he paid Shirley 60 cents for a chance In a raffle for a suit r.r .infV,o. nmt that he held the win ning number, but that Shirley failed to deliver the goods. DANCE SUNDAY NIGHT Given by S. F. S. F. In Pythian castle, Sunday night at 8:30. AdAls-s-lon 50 cents. Ladles free. Fine new hardwood floor. . New pictares Orpheum tonight. (VRPHEUM BETZ S. LOCKIE, Mgrs. FAMOUS "BERT LEVY CIRCUIT IN VAUDEVILLE THE KAUFFMANS -:- MUSICAL STEVENS A Bit of Juvenility Great Comedy Musical Act PICTURES GENERAL ADMISSION RESERVED SEATS CHMLDR&N , O.K. THEATRE "Independent" Pictures Shown exclusively NO FILM TRUST Goods Used. Program changes Sunday, Tues day and Friday of each week. Admission ten and fifteen cents "NOBLE HEART Power Picture Plays. ."BASEBALL BLOOMERS" 'Produced by Thanhouser Film Co. fc "JOHN MILTON" Itala Film Co. "AS YE SOW" Rex Film Co. Matinee Tuesday, Friday, Sat urday and Sunday at 2:30 p. m. UTIICIIT 11 KOI WALL STREET CIRCLES Crops Below Ten-Year Av erage Copper Is Also Discouraging NEW YORK. Juno S. The move ment of stocks was governed largely today by Influences apart from the "usual stock market routine, chief among which were the governments crop report and tlfe monthly state ment of the copper producers. High expectations were held of bull ish exhibits In both cases and in neither instance were these expecta tions entirely fulfilled. Tho deterioration of the condition of winter wheat from 86.1, a month ago to 80.4. placed the figures below tho ten-year average, which in Wall Street Is regarded as unfavorably news. Many reports o' pronounced im provement in the copper trade had led to such confident expectations of c favorable showing In the producers' monthly statement that some Qisaj polntment was shown when an in reas of 440.000 pounds in stocks on hand: was reported. Amalgamate rallied for a brief In terval but later fell away In com- on with other metal stock3. The encouraging feature of the report was an Increase of more than 13,000.000 po-n-'s In domestic consumption. Des pite reports of a lively demand from abroad, however, foreign consumption was sljghtly below April and produc tion increased 8,877,000 pounds. Trading on the stock exchange was active, with considerable confusion of sentiment and irregularity in prices. United States Steel showed evidence of tho pressure which has been almost continuous during the week. Den ver and) Rio Granule preferred drop ped four piointsl It was announced that the directors had adjourned without declaring a dividend and thatLlnB any other on " face ot there was a possibility that at the meeting next week payment would be reduced or passed. ELKS' DANCE A BIG SUCCESUAST NIGHT Between Eighty-five and Ninety Couples in At- tendance The most successful dance of the year was given at the Elks club last night by the Antlered ones, when they and their Invited friends danced to the sweet strains of the orchestra. There were between 85 and 90 coup ,les present and all enjoyed them selves to the utmost. Lunch was served throughout the evening. Brennan's orchestra: furnish ed the music This is the record dance given by the Elks at their new home and will probably be the last until fall. "What Happened to Auntie," "Rival Brothers Patriotism," "Though Your Sins Be as Scarlet," "Catching Deep Sea Turtle." 15 Cents 29 Cants 10 Cents BERNER'S Summer Resort HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS Seven Passenger Auto meets all trains at Hereford com mencing June 10. Opening dance at new pa vilion Saturday night, June 10. Sixth U. S. Cavalry Orchestra music. For special party rates on auto transportation get folder at drug stores or Sassle's, or write H. E. Fletcher, Hereford. Auto rates same as stage rates advertised. The Best Equipped Eastman Kodak Agency n the district. A full line of Kodaks and ways on hand. Supplies al Lowell Drug Go P. O. Bldg. Lrwell. Ariz. A LITTLE JOURNEY TO SOME. STRANGE PLACES AND PEOPLES New Mexico and Arizona. By Dr. George Wharton James. This splendid little book records an imaginary trip by a party of boys and girls into the most fascinat ing portion of our country Arizona and New Mexico. It takes us .to the most wonderful, stupendous and ma jestic scenes in the American conti nent, and among people whose lives, social customs and religious ceremo nies are more strange and interest- earth. Not only are the wonders and strangeness told of, but the resources and greatness of these states axe told with the, peculiar ability ot Dr. James, as a student and thinker. He knows this territory up and down, across and back. Cloth. 270 pages. Profusely il lustrated by photographs taken on the ground. Price 50 cents. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariz. Ma7 4. 191L NOTICE Is hereby given that Fe lix M. Abrams, of Naco. Arizona, who, on October 24, 1903, made homestead entry. No. 01618 for SHNEV4. SEV4NW. NWtfSEU, Section 8, Township 24 S., Range s E., G & S. R. Meridian, has flled notice of intention to make Final Flva Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J, D. Taylor, U. 8. Commissioner,, at Bisbee, Arlsona. on tha 10th. day of June, 131L Claimant names as wltnesosr WILLIAM AIRED, DON L MOSS CHASE L. PHRDT, J. J. NEWELL, all of Naco. Arlt. ' FRANK H. PARKBR, W?m k-i -4 v'3 0V 1.1 fi '. T'l 9, II i L ' rMj ii.