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&M V A tlfll4W '., wmi-N' ii...i 'my,..l.MI,jWM,i,ilil,Hil),l - -- -t-jt.y - fed sk THE'BISBEE PAIJ.Y R EVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1911. PAGE THREE a "' Vf'' li fe . k 8Kl SKisssI' ?! " a' " WW ' SPORTS USsMngton. uarracnis CHEAP CLOTHES You'll probably buy clothes yei this season, and naturally want as big value for your money as possible BUT DO you want cheap clothes? THE ONLY WAY TO BE SURE is to think of quality more than of price. There's a lot of fraud In clothes, cheap j cotton mixtures and stuff that looks good when it's new, and sold at temptingly low prices. IT WONT PAY YOU GET ACQUAINTED WITH. REAL ECONOMY and keep on coming to a store that is safe that prices their cloth ing right at the start of the f season thea gives every man a fair shake $25.00 for a $26.00 suit all the time. NO CHANCE TO PAY TOO MUCH AT the start of the season and ne are sure thai j you won't be able to "set something for. nethlng here or any pteco else later on. SUITS Worth $17 5 to $85.00 here i And worth it. SCHWARTZ BROS. CO. THE SAFE PLACE ON MAIN ST. COLTS AND BANKERS STILL LEAD THE LEAGUE Rain Interferes With Bankers and Queens, But Not Until Result Is Determined Calumets Fail to Break Hoodoo Despite Reorganization of Team And the Colts won another game.. The ponies went against the C. & A.! Signals at Warren park Sunday afternoon and defeated them easily. the score of the game being 15 to 3. Ben Jackson appeared on the firing line for the Colts and played a star game, both In the box and at bat. Score by Innings: B. H. E. 1C 13 4 3 3 13 Champion. C Colts 1046013 C. & A. 2 010 0 00 Two baso hits, R. Three-base hits. Allen. First on nlls. off Jackson. 4. Struck out by lron, 3; by Jackson, 2. Double Mays, Brown to Woodls to Gibson A Few Bargains In Diamonds. Come In and let me convince you whether you want to buy or not THE ONE PRICE STORE C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist Iff BASE BALL j i NATIONAL LEAGUE At Chicago: R. II. E. Chicago 3 9 1 New York 2 6 3 (10 innings.) Richie, Archer; Matthewson. Meyers. At St. Louis SL Philadelphia R. II. E. GOOD SHOWING MADE IN PRACTICE SHOOT Local High Men Only Two Points Below the Army Men 0 R P H E U M " SETZ S. LOCKIE, Mars. FAMOUS BERT LEVY CIRCUIT In Vaudeville Frechette and Frlpe SYDE ISHOJ) Don.sTp.ane'song The Mu"cal Rub-'" New a Feature. Role LAt'GH-O-SCOPE Featuring Coney Island, before and After the Are. Also: The Heart of an Indian Maid," "The Chorus Lady" and The Humble Ministry." . ADMISSION 10, 15 & 25 CENTS He allowed only three hits during WW Pltcb. by Brown. 3. Passed .. . , . ,. . ., balls. Jackson 2. umpire, Fricke. the whole game and if he continues T,me j nour B5 min. scorer Tommy his pace, he will make the Colts jjialr 8n.ngerlbancfVCr, In w1? Bankers and Queens, sitlon. The Signals started out . . . . ., t . briskly, sending, two runners across .The bankers got second place in A nl4tA In thn fiaf lirtA denial, llio 1W ,it,Mj vMM.Hb -. . -c , . ..,........ n. Brooklyn ... . 0 5 Adams, Gibson; Rucker and Ber. gen, Erwin. stock was going up until the third. when the Colts sent four men across. Affer that speculation was confined to the size of the score. An Early Score. In the first F. Champion bunted along third base line and made it good and Allen, the star hdtter of the league, came along and brought him home with a hit to centr field. Allen stole second but Kelly struct out and retired the side. With two men down, Irving hit through second for a safety and got around to third on a steal and a passed ball and scored on another passed ball. Flanignn struck out but! beat it out and went to second on a wild throw and was brought home day aftrnoon at Warren park by defeating the Copper Queens in a close five inning game by the score of 4 to 2. The bankers scored an- i other run in the fifth, with none out. but the rain, wnicn nau Deeu falling gently for ten minutes, stop ned the came and after waltinjr 30 minutes for it to stop, Umpire Sol omon called the game on account of wet grounds. V O'Malley, the first man at bat b Bankers, singled to left anu stole second and third and scored on J. Chapman's single through third. Chapman stole second but was caught at the plate trying to score on Buchanan's hit to left. For the Queens Pearce singled to BIG WHIST TOURNEY ON. NIAGARA FALLS, Ont, July 10. Whist players representing clubs throughout the United States and Canada have gathered at the Clifton hotel here to take part in the twenty-first annual congress and tournamet of the American Whist WZ Gibson retired the side by fouling1 ror and came home on Snavcley's c , - - 'two-base nit uirougn snort, onavp . i . a i aa m v nstm a rtn :nn In the second, for the Colts, Crltch- H". . Lrt T HuVhes ley got to third but was killed at ' 'f jingle to short T Hughes , i.t ,t,., . . ii.. .M,r and Tracy struck out and J- Hu6ne the Colts 'came to scoring The Shr.iew ?'lt . retiring tlwQueens, At Cincinnati: R. TI. E. Cincinnati 2 5 4 Boston 6 6 2 Caspar, Fromme, McLean: Weaver, Kllng. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Washington: R. H. K. Washington 3 7 2 Detroit 4 6 1 Groome, Gray and Heury; Willett, Summers and Stanage. At Boston: R. H. E. Poston 8 13 I St. Louis 5 10 2 Moser, Collins and Williams; Pel ty, George, Mitchell and Clark. Mais got men on second and third1 Neither team scored In tho sec- ..:" J1V :" 1"ZX,""..-.:-"7,,oul and third inning. For tho Queen . i.u uuwu, artCu -uu.,ln tho ,ast Qf tte tnIrd pearce got h. ..- -t.. ... -. . ,. a three-baccer to right and Snate- sonrand,rUwas"sacri T W a single but P i. nk. ! iin ,- ort trying for home and Snareiey M'1 In the first practice shoot on the local range in competition for posi tions on the team to go up against the army boys at Fort Huachuca July 23, the six high men made a jg , h o 8Core f on'y two po'nt lower than tilladelphla .. 4 8 0 Z ' l exander,' Dooln. ' LhTnere a2 agood "ne or,J?.ne a? the range Sunday. They will shoot At Pittsburg: R. H. p lsa& nt Sunday and the high aver- .,,.. . . . ,! ago shots of the two days will be j-iiiauuig 'I selected to shoot acalnat the armv. . rpf.A TAA nJ 1 AAA v.l nn..1n ,ti. AMV uvv uuu l,uuv jaiu iusuud vuo coming Sunday will likewise count for the match with Fort Pitt of Pittsburg. Pa. The schedule of the second series in the Pacific Coast Rifle league has been received by Secretary Marshall of the BIsbee team. The first shoot is scheduled for nest Sunday between BIsbee and Los Angeles, while the locals are scheduled to shoot Tacoma July 23. Both of these matches will be forfeited or postponed, as It will be impossible for the local team to shoot Los Angeles next Sunday and they will be out of the city July 23, when they shoot Fort Huachuca. The BIsbee club has ordered 3,000 rounds of ammunition. The scores made Sunday follow- 200 600 1000 Ttls. Hart 43 38 45 12C Cunningham 39 43 44 Fisher 41 38 45 Mardon 42 42 38 Marshall 42 42 36 Watklns -..40 43 36 Mitchell 41 -3 29 Ives 40 37 31 Lyons 41 37 28 Ellin 36 36 27 Moore 35 26 Hawley 28 34 Theatre "Independent Pictures Shown oxelutlvely NO FILM TRUST Goods used. Program changes 8unday, Tuesday and Friday of each week. Admission ten and fifteen cents. THE ANGEL OF HIS DREAMS," Power Picture Plays. THE MERMAID." Feature Ambrosco. "A PLANE TALE." Suspicion enters. THE HOME." Reliance FllmC o. "ARTFUL KATE," "HOW DARE YOU?" IMP Film Co. Matinee Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p. m. At New York': R. H. E. New York 5 12 0 Chicago 2 7 0 Vaughn, Sweeney; Walsh, Sullivan. (11 Innings.) ilTOCSON MAN GETS ' nnr nr nni n rri-T s i,?':i a-is ss "a-oK ass s; Uflbt Ur bULU rttl bWa and was himself scored bv! & ?lc. sec0BU ""J0? lnlr? uabbs tiuu nas uiiuaeii dojicu u i v '.. . . . . 1 and was scored by Callahan with l 10 nrst- two bagger to right. Callahan dying I Twice to the Fourth. Ion base when R. Champion struck' The Bankers scored thrice in the out. i fourth. Bledsoe aingled to ngni The C. & A. sent one man across I and took second on the fielder's er in the third. Irving singled over ror and scored on Gill's single. Gill short, and got second on a balk,1 stealing second and going to third was sacrified to third by Flanlgan ' when Ferguson was thrown oet nt and went home when Kisselbers first after striking out. Gill scored went down, second to first making i on a wild pitch. O'Malley singled two men down. Gibson struck out back of second, stole second and Six in tne r-ounn. was Drougni nome a) j. v,unwo"-h M,iirt atr qaturdnv nlcht- News The Colts made victory a ieadplpe, three bagger ,through second. J.r ml'ed off SaturJa night. Jews cinch in the fourth, scoring sis i Chapman died on tmra wnen . lmi runners. Jackson singled a liner to man struck out. third, stole second, took third on The Queens failed to get past first a wild pitch and scored on Brown's in their half of the fourth and the bad throw of Gill's infield crounder Rme luck befell the Bankers in nitn. tor me Demands Larse Side Bet Be fore He Will Go on With Grow According to Tucson newspapers, the Grow-Brown match Is off unless the Michigan man can put up a side bet of $160. When Grow left here he said that the match was as good as arranged and that it would probably 126 124 122 120 119 113 108 106 99 BERBER'S Summer Resort Private Grounds. Huachuca mountains. league. The tournament opened this ... i.i. ai.- . .....4a nf IP riamntnn 1inntirl anftslv nnrl with ttio Xrt si thn aiiernoun wiiu ujw mow iwuuua . . -....'.. wu.u ......... ...... ... ( ..w M.w. - ,, , .K- TimoVlvn Hnmllton only one man down the Signal , Queens, Walsh got first througtt play fo. the Brooklyn. Hamilton j her Brown ,et ,n two runs by ' Blalr-S ' error at second and went club and Minneapolis tropnies. Tne j a wUa .j,,. to second. Allen sin-, to second and thlra, successh ely, on program covers sis days and calls j.e(j to center, stole second and , passed balls but died there when for whist playing morning, afternoon and night. fceored on Callahan's bounder to HnaVelev flew out to center. Though second. Callahan stole second and j the sixth Inning was started, tho wen to third on Brown's bad nan- last' of the fifth was the end of die of Critchley'8 bunL R Cham- the game, the score being then 4 pion hit for two bases scoring Calla- j to 2. han and Critchley but was himself In the sixth, Gill, for the Bank caught at second. I era, singled through second, went Taylor, for the Signals, got a base ' to second when Ferguson smgiea ROQUE TOURNAMENT. PHILADELPHIA, Pa July 10. Tho second annual tournament of the Central Roque association ooened todav at the courts of the i on halls, was eaueht at second and I nvr second, was sacrificed to third Quaker City Roque dub and will tnat was as far towards scoring as and Fergulon to second when Bur- continue througn tne weex. inej the Signals got. ' gess hit down tne nrst nase iine contestants include many devotees jn the fifth the Signals opened of the snort fronf -various points in . un a double and F. Chamnlon flew New York. Pennsylvania, Maryland.! out retirlng the side. None of the New Jersey, Delaware and the Dis trict of Columbia. and stole home on Snaveley's error, Ferguson going to third. O'Malley singled and Ferguson came home. Beech -Nut Sliced Bacon Signal got to second. In the sixth,! The game was stopped at this point 11 Kelir hit throuch third for a hut the rain did not let up and single and stole second. Allen got a j the game ended officially at, the two bagger, advancing Kelly to third j end of the linn inning. and was brought home by Kelly No.j Following is the box score of the J. B. ANGIUS GROCERY Phone - 29 2, who went out at first. Gibson got around to third, for the Signals, but failed to score. He got on by four balls, stole second and was sacrificed to third by Taylor, but Rigdon was thrown out, short to first. In the seventh and final inning, Jackson got first through Woodls er ror and stole second. GUI struck ont but beat It and got on, Jackson going to third and Gill to second on a passed ball. F. Champion bunted, Jackson scoring. GUI and Champion scored on Klsselberg" error in handling Brown's throw of Kelly's hit to the pitcher. The Signals failed to score the seventh. Brown and Woodls Hyin; out to short and Irving to pitcher. Following is the box score of the game. C Colts R. H. P.O. A. Gill. lb. 3 2 8 0 0! F Champion, ss . .3 l 4 3 u IB. Kelly. c ... ...2 1 'Allen, 2b ... 2 4 Kelly. If 1 0 .Callahan, cf ... ...1 2 game Bankers O'Malley. cf Chapman, J N. lb 0 Chapman. J. C. 3b o R. H. P.O.. A. ..2 2 20 Blair, ss ... . Buchanan. 2b Bledsoe, If ... Gill, c Ferguson, p ... Burgess, rf ... .0 ...0 ...1 ...1 ...0 ...0 7 1 0 1 0 5 0 0 Critchley. 3b ... R. Champion, rf ..1 ..0 Total C. Queens Pearce, c .1 2 Snavely. p " rianigan, lb-.. .0 1 J Hughes, 2b ..f .0 1 Tracy, rf ." .. T. Hughes, ssr ...tO 0 Elliott. 3m 0 0 Lambert, If .,. ...0 0 4 8 15 4 1L H. P.O. A. 5 0 4' 1 0 4 E. 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 from Tucson, however, is to the ef feet that Grow wrote a letter to Brown stating that he would wrestle for a side bet of $25 and the gate re ceipts, which Brown has turned down fiat, saying he would not give Grow a second chance for less than a $100 side bet. A side bet of S25 and the gate receipts does not look so bad for Brown's and Grow's class from this end of the line and It appears that Brown Is getting n little chesty over nothing. In the first match with Grow all he did was to keep from getting thrown and his refusal to give Grow a return may be regarded by some asi an acute frappe of the pedal extrem ities. Grow has a number ol backers here, who despite his bad showing against Ketchel and Saunders, be lieve that he can deliver the goods against Brown. WALSH IS TRADED TO QUEENS By COLTS Walsh, who formerly played left field for Callahan's Colts, has been traded by Callahan to the Copper yueens for Hicks and played his first game with the Queens Sunday after noon. Both sides are satisfied with the deal Neither Walsh nor Hicks has had had much of an opportunity to show whether they have the goods. Walsh up to the time of his transfer, had played in one but f .til game nd Hicks had played !n but two. Walsh will play left garden for the Queens and Hicks will probably play third lor the Colts. WORK STARTED ON THE G.&A. SMELTER GOOD REASONS. For Demanding the Original Reme dy, Newbro' Herpldde. If you knew it, you wolud no willingly accept counterfeit money Instead, you would probably raise a disturbance and seek some means of redress. Why then accept a preparation said tJ be "just as good as New bro's HerpWder You know it is a counterfeit, an imitation of tho real thing. You want itho origin al dandruff germ destroyer. Her- plcide. and you can get It, too, If you Insist. Redress Is always possible in seen an Instance. The most effect lve method Is to trade -where you get what you ask for and no sug gestions offered Nearly 100 Men at Work Do ing hxcavating on Site at Douglas (Douglas International) Preliminary work has been well started at the Calumet & Arisona smelter In this city, in connection with tfie proposed new plant of that company, which has been planned. There are now nearly one hun dred men at work on excavations for foundations and cutting ditches Ramsey canyon, Huachuca Sits An ideal place to spend your vacation. Everything for campers ob tninable on grounds. Clear Mountain stream Large shade trees Great variety of flowers Fruit trees in bearing Cool rooms & cottages Furnished kitchens free Excellent home cooked meals Eat at dining room or do Your own cooking Fine dancing pavilllon Dance every Saturday night Stages meet (all trains .at Hereford. Rates to parties of 3 or more $3.50 each, round trip KODAK Gi I liffe !35ti 1 1 15? For full detailed information and prices get folder at Sasse's or any drug store or wTite H. E. Fletcher, Hereford Whatever your tavorite "out of door sport may be,Tyou can add to the pleasure by taking s N ROYAL MANNER required for a complete sewer sys tem for the accommodation of the (over to vlBits to places of Interest ROCHESTER, N. Y July 10. The; rod fez worn by the nobles of the Mystic Shrine i much in evidence in Rochester today, and the regalia of the order 'is attracting attention in all parts of the city The an nual session of the Imperial cour til of the Mystic Shrine takes place here this week and the members are arriving on eery train. From all part of the east, from the Pacific coast, from Canada and from Texas and other parts of thej .south the delegations are arriving! in large numbers. From every place of business' and from all public buildings there! lloats the stars and stipes, while bunting or red, jellow and green the colors of the ordc, are lavish-, lv displayed. The electrical decora-1 tlons are of the most distinctive and' elaborate chantcter. I The formal opening of the gath- erlng will take nlace tomorrow! mo parade of the visiting temples to morrow night promises to be the greatest the city has ever witnessed. Wednesday morning will be given a . KODAK with you We have a large line nt Kodaks and Brownie Cameras. Ask ut for a free copy of the new Kodak cata logue. Lowell Drug Co P. O. Bldg. Lowell, Ariz Uncle Sam's Loan Office Money Loaned on Everthing Mining Stock Especially Everything confidential. No directors' meeting required to secure loan. Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St. Long Windows IgfflHraBHEEH entire plat of ground to be occu pied by the new plant and the buildings connected with it A vast amount of grading has been done and slag Is now being deposited In the low places to give a level plat for the buildings and surrounding grounds. To do al! the preliminary work required will take two or three months, but by that Near 0ltUnd, California tig Will take place tomorrow I -r onJy Woman'. Colieee on the TidBcCoi. rning in Convention hall. The (Chartered 18S5. Near two great L'mitnil. jaeai annate lartrasmrai inc year. Entrance and grad&atiojj requirements equivalent to those of Stanford and UniYeri ity of California. Laboratories for science with modern eqatp mect.0 Excellent opportunities for horns economics, library study, music and art Modern gymnasium. Special care for health of students, out-door life. President, Luella Clij Carson. A. it- Litt. D- LL. D.Foc catalogue address Secretary, Mills College P. O., California. about the city and la the afternoon the review and the competitive drills win be held. In the evening a mag nificent water carnival will be held. The convention will officially come to a dose Thursday evening with a grand ball in the New York state armory. With the death of the aanam tjme It i9 cspccted that all tho germ the hair stops falling and Is completed and permlUed to resume its natural '"J ". .... growth and beauty. Such results uy eariy in me iaii material tor Total ..15 13 21 10 , C. & Kj R- H. P.O. A. 'Woodls. 2b 0 0 3 2 Warren, cf 0 0 2 0 0 Irvmg. If 2 2 2 0 1 iFIanigan, ss 1 0 0 '0 1 Kisselberg. 3b ...,0 1 1 2 3 ; Gibson, lb tO?. ,0 8 0 1 RIcdon. c Oi-'O 4 z 3 Brown, n Qs 0 14 2 Walsh, el 0 0 Total 2 o 15 4 4 Score by innings: R. H. E. Bankers 100304 8 4 C. Queens 200002 5 4 cmmar-ir of tho came: Earned runs. Bankers 1. Two-base hits, GUI. f Thnfvhase-hits. Pearce and J N. rhanmon. struck ont by FercuEon, I: Z'by Snavely, 5. Wild pitches. Fergu- win 9: Snavely 1. umpire, ou.umuu. Called end of fifth on account of wet grounds. Scorer Tommy Blair. "(-follow the use of Newbro's Herpt i i v.cide. It stops itching of the scaip Total -,3 21 19 13 Washington Star: "Are yon an op timist or a pessimist?" "Both. I hope for the best, but I don't bet en It as a sure tfeiag." (Umost instantly. A counterfeit article Is never "Jutt as good." Herpiclde is sold and guaranteed by all drpgglsts. Applications may be obtained at all good barber shops and hair dressers. , Send 10c In. postage for sample and booklet on the care of the hair to The Herpiclde Co., Dept. R-, De troit, Mich. 130 NIAGARA FALLS RACE MEETING NIAGARA FALLS, Oat, July 10 The- Initial meeting of the Niagara Falls Xaclsg - aMeetfttien eeedcm the new half-mire eree kre teAay. and wHl cetlBe for six toys. buildings and funaccs, reverbatory and blast, roasters, eta, will no doubt begin to arrive and by the end of the present year the con struction work will no doubt be well under way. Mr. Reppeth, the mechanical en gineer in charge, has a good force still In his office In the Brophy- Douglas building worfkinfeoutallthe details of the plant and Captain Greenway is making frequent trips iere from the general offices of the company at Warren for consul tation. The terminus of the street car ed around to the south of the old line, through the old Chinese gar-' den and will land passengers on the bench to the south of the plant With this big undertaking of the Calumet & Arizona, which will re quire a large force of mechanics for many months' to complete, and with the heavy- construction work which will be continued at the Cop per Queen smelter for the remain der of this year, the outlook for an unusually good fall business season for Douglas Is certainly very bright. Not only will the business men of this city have an increased trade at home, but there is prospect of Increasing activity in the camps in Sonora tributary to this city. Our business men are already beginning trade and they have every good rea son to expect more benefits as the fall season approaches. All ' that the citizens of Douglas have to do is to retain their old time public spirit and this city will increase Its pace on the road to greater pros perity and will grow Into the me tropolis of Arizona. '" Hue at the a A, will be extend-Jto feel the benefits of Increasing Chicago Tribune: "Hello! Is tbat the information editor?" "Yes." "Please tell me Where the Giants 9 "Call cp the sporting editor. Yoo'va got the wrong man." "1 think not. I want to find out where the Giant's Causeway Is locat ed. Is It in Ireland or is it la Scotland?" Chicago Dally News: Property Maa Did your company have a long run In Squeedunk? Comedian They chased os oary, two miles out. r i Zfc w jrfMfc bdm.mito -L. '. , i wwMWwtwgyi:. ''' - HSIBSSHSSflpasawdiwSsif m m 'mi nwjp, Vhi r IT' t f - - . .is i-r-'.vwMjri3 s -" , . t . v.- " ' M.- 'i '?-- !- J-