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:i 1 jjp JMWjij; ''Vift " "''". ' J!"?' , vf w..,r- rrpg jmjwh Hinwi iflmSn THE BISBEE UAlLY REVIEW. BISBEE. rtRlZOdA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1911. PAGE FIVE A Few Bargains In Diamonds. Come In and let me convince you whether you want to buy or not. .V SAIT I "2fc I 0 R P H E u M B M 9f t. lf I si lmm 4 14 ' ENGLISH HE BIG VICTORY Defeat Harvard Runner After Teams Broke Even Wild est Enthusiasm Fol lows Triumph VICTOR LAUDED AS HERO. LONDON, July 11. The Queen's Club was the scene today of the most exciting contest In Its long history i ben Oxford and Cambridge defeated Harvard and Yale in the fifth meeting of the oldest universities of the two nation. The climax was dramatic In the extreme. Each nation won two meet- lngs and each had to its credit four of today's events. Victory depended upon the last event, the one mile run. i until the final eent there was no demonstration and moderate applause only for the winners. But when the six young athletes toed the. mark for the crucial test, silence fell over the scene, followed by a wild demonstra tion when Baker of Kings college, Cambridge, running: a clever race, sprinted in a winner by five yards frorn Moore of Oxford, who was sec ana, with Lawlee of Harvard third. The time was 4:27 3-5. Great Demonstration. Baker, who will be forever illus trious in the annals of the light blues. was carried off the field on the shoul ders of his comrades while the band played "God Save the King." It was such an uproar as might have been witnessed at some American politi- cal meeting. The two sides were re markably evenly matched, though the Americans practically had walk overs In the Jumps and hurdles. The hammer throw was conceded to the Oxford Rhodes scholar Put nam of Kansas, but the Americans counted upon a fair proportion of the runs. The Englishmen took four out of five of these, including the mile and two miles This confirms the fears that the climate might weaken the staying powers of the Americans the latter, as usual, appeared more highly strung and more nervous than ther rivals. The records, as a whole, are only the average for an Interna tional meet. No unpleasant incidents marred the meeting, and all conced ed that the Americans were good sportsmen. College cries by groups of Americans and college songs, nota bly "Hail. California" by the (Univer sity of California Glee club, enllv enfid. tbo occasion. Speaking of the results tonight, Richard C. Floyd, the Harvard man ager, in general charge of the Amer icans said: "The English distance runners de feated us. This goes to show, as has so often been done, that it is hard for distance runners to come across the ocean and keep the best form un der radically different climatic con ditions. However, we do not offer any excuses." PLAYER FINED $200 NEW YORK, July 11. Besides in-! definitely suspending Outfielder Ma-, gee for assault on Umpire Finneran yesterday. President Lynch of the Na tional league fined him 1200. The fine is the limit allowed by the National league regulations. ATHLETE DIES. JOL1ET, III., July 11 Merritt Glf fin, former national champion diecus thrower, who took second at the Olympic games in London In 1908, died today from injuries received In a runaway two weeks ago Giffin was an evangelist Beech -Nut Sliced Bacon ANGIUS GROCERY iRhone 29 i&.-v jf BASE BALL ! STANDING OF CLUBS r National League. Won Lost Pet. New York 31 .592 unicaco ..... ..i o .v Philadelphia 6 30 .605 St.' Louis ; 42 32 .5CS Pittsburg 3 31 .581 Cincinnati 31 42 .423 r. ... 17 17 sirs' Boston ..'.".". .V." ".'.'.'..'.'.IS 56 .243ng the league, but Los Angeles has demurred and filed objections on American League.- "Won Lost Pet ... . 52 24 .684 Detroit Philadelphia New York . 49 26 .653 ,-SO 35 .533 Boston ..i 0 36 Chicago ... .38 35 Cleveland 35 42 Washington ..27 50 . .. 526 .521 .455 .351 .297 ist. Louis 20 56 Coast League. Won Lost Pet. Portland 33 43 .552 (Vernon ..Si 48 .529 San Francisco 54 49 .524 Oakland 64 51 .514 Sacramento 45 53 .459 Los Angeles 43 59 .422 Warren District League. Won Lost Pet. C. Colts Bankers . C Queens C. and A. ....5 0 1.000 . . 3 2 . .2 3 0 3 .000 ...-. ,.,.. . r-.mi,- NATIONAL LEAGUE At Philadelphia: Cincinnati Philadelphia 12 17,3 Smith, Juul and McLean: Chalmers and Dooin. At Chicago: U. 11. E.tTaooma 6 ChlMPo G t Brooklyn 2 V 1 Los Angeles . . . :3 Brown, Archer; Barger, Erwin I Spokane .3 (S. California 1 At Pittsbnr-: ILK. Rl",e, tm.,.,. 17 ia ilSftnta Ana 0 ""- " ... New York M ,1 - Camnitz. Ferry and Glb-wn; Wilts", SlIIlt?S, V.1UUUI11I ilUU .UCJCO, .WIPUU.T Tiricmxr Tt.iv iict T.n,ila Mima' postponed; train wreck. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Detroit: R 1L E. Philadelphia 8 n 1 Detroit .. . .' 14 15 1 Coombs, Plank and Lapp: . Sum mers, Covington, Lafitte and Stana;. At Boston. K. H. B. Boston 0 3 3 Chicago 4 S Wood. Carrlgan; White, Sullivan Second game: R. H. E. Boston C 9 2 Chicago 4 6 1 Pape, Williams; Baker. Payne. At Washington R. H. E. Washington ... 1 5 1 Cleveland - 2 " 2 Hughes and Walker and Ifenry; Falkenberg, Fisher. At New York: New York . . . St. Louis Warbo, Blair; Clarke. K H. E. , S 5 1 3' ! 2 Powell, Lake and COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco: R. H. E. OaWand 3 11 0 San Francisco 5 10 2 Christian, Mitze; Suter, Schmidt. At Vernon: R. H. K. Vernon 1 5 0 IJOrtland 0 4 0 Castleton, Hogan; Seaton, Kuhn. r GRAND CIRCUIT OPENS. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind July 11. Quartered at the state fair grounds just beyond the city limits are sev eral hundred trotters and pacers' that are to furnish the sport and marks the first link of the Grand circuit, which opened today andi will continue until Saturday. Though, it is the first time Indianapolis has been honored with a grand circuit meeting the veteran relnsmen anH meeting tne veteran reinsmen an others who are here to Uke part say that the Interest never was Keener, even in we paimy oays when the Inauguration of the sea- evn -rfh th WnB.riiihnn mpotino at Detroit never failed to attract thou- sands to the city of the straits. ' The program Bere is a splendll one. made up of sixteen events.' lour tor eaca uay 01 me meeung The feature event of the opening' day is the 2:zo xzoo staie trot 1 which Is expected to be one of the best races of the week. Among the entries are some cf the most promising looking state trotters that will go down the big lino this season, and the majority of which will start in the M. and M. at De troit three weeks hence. BISBEE HAS 6000 ; E TO LEADi Defeat Jby Tacoma Only Thin That Prevented Title The tentative schedule lor the second half of the schedule of the Pacific Coast Rifle league has been mailed out from Seattle to the'sec- i retarles of the several clubs com3s- the ground that the matches aro to be shot every week for three weeks The Los Angeles club has requested that the schedule be changed, placing more time between the matches. TTho Angel city club finished third in the first half of the schedule and "alms" to take first In the second half. The Angels tightened up In the lest of the schedule and by a magnificent spurt boosted them selves to third place and in addi tion made the record for the league, with the score of S19. Blsbee's Chances Good. With anything like good luck, the Blsbee team should win the second lap ,of the league season. Owing to atmospneric con unions in inia part of the league, the locals are always under a handicap suffered by nn nthpr tpnm In the leainie hut ar 50l1ithat the Bisbee dub finished an .400,03,;.. second with five matches won. 1 1-' ,;:r , . - cW one lost and a percentage of S3. Had Blsbee won the match with Tacoma. Blsbee would have had jthe championship in a w-alk. as It j would have reversed the standing of f Bisbee and Tacoma, niacin? the B- H. E. locals at the head of the list with ..6 11 12;i.oo per cent and Tacoma second 1 ... ', with .S33. Following was the standing of the clubs in the first half of the season: W. L. PcL 160 .500 O'BIsbee i .500 5 .166; Tfco Ant ,4 .id tfv tYia CAAnrl Yialf AC U.'70 .Wl .MW OVWMU - l",,'" itr iduuiua, xjinutre, 173 aii.'us muu BROWN 10 60 01 AT TUCSON After Several Disagreements Match Has Hnally Been k Arrangeed for Saturday TUCSON, July 11 Grow and Ed. Brown are at lfct matohei for a boat on this coating SatuHay night. Glow- sent a letter ts Brown Frloay night, offering 'o ihrow Down three times in 90 minutes for a sMe bet of $25 and the winner to take all of the gate receipts. Brown at first turned down this proposition because he thought that it was too hard to wres tle for such a little amount of money and said that the side bet would have to be $100 or nothing. He has since changed his mind and 'will take Growxn for the bout. t ,7, "' ZJ one' and will be between Dexter, who put up sueh a good match against t Brown the night of tho Varney-Roberts match, and F. Vlllecusa, Jr., who Is reputed to be somewhat of a wrestler himself. Both men are in good shapo and will put up a nice exhibition be fore the big boat starts. Grow is said to be in much better shape than when he wrestled here before He has ben wrestling In the southern part of the territorv ever since he left here with Brown's defeat hanging over him. He has not been particularly fortunate in hene' butcnr ,1 buv groceries', and south, according to all reports, bnt' . , ... ., v', J"-. nnd fh thinks that he can put Brown down three times in 90 minntes and cod the gate money as well as the side bet He is very confident arm so is Brown, so thereby bangs the tale. Brown Feels Confident. Brown is feeling in particularly fine sbarw nnd tMnVa that Tia ran fcnli" tho W, feli0w all right for the time agreed upon. He held him once for ari honr and feels sure of an nonrlaway oxever.' tttiA a half He has wrestled twice j -jack safd't was a mighty stiff ojirinB this lime and so Is In the argument. He hadn't looked at It In v i? aId ,TatT that light before. So he went and He has been doint all kinds of stents boaghtbtn b, bcefgteak- and 1 be- tatrtr ... that bis wind is fin. g?0 rffearounome again and h's muscles In good shape nejKo Just gUDDOse all the other DOL- - i."i... .-..- ...j w.u "iiinK.jjjg hat are gNx to Chicago or ",ne defense continually as this will be all that he will have to do '" the handicap match, The match will be at the People; Theater on this Saturdar night The Preliminary will start promptly at o " ami i epccie 10 oe a g"oa ; one The big match of the evenlnsi win start immediately after the pre- limlnary without any lost time. L. BUILDING WORKERS STRIKE. PARIS. July 11. Twenty-fi7e thoo sand union bnllding workers struck today to enforce a demand that the piece work system be abolished and their daily wages increased. THE ONE PRICE STORE 0. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist GUHWU ABE This I s Fault of Modern System of Education, Declares Prof. Baker Ifi Notable Address I 1 uAMTQ CUinRTFP. Pfll IRQF' tne &Tls- have made thelr escape WAN 10 onUnitn uuunor.O,rorn tho offlcerB and aro again be , . I ling looked for. They made their SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. Con-1 Eetaway vesterday down the line sideration of strictly educational) toward Mexico and Deputy Sher problems, which i the main business 1 jff Hall will make a trip after ' , them this morning, of the National Educational assocla-l The two were Drought t0 Lowell tion, got under way here today fol- by Officer Parley McRae from Fort lowing the formal opening of the as-Huachuca and were being watched .7 . . .. !.,. n.mtinn ii'ln Lowell, but eluded the officers sociations forty-ninth convention l"le,ana- a,ay They were oeing Deld yesterday. , until the mother of the Bailey girl Senarate meetings were held by .arrived from Courtland. She arrived nearly a departments of the as.o- nation and considered promems cou' fronting secondary, higher, manu.il and art training, and, more subjec' ively, child study and physical wel fare of children. Tonight the whole association as sembled to hear President Jas. H. Baker of the University of Colorado take up the entire educational Held In an address on "The Reorganiza tion of American Education," a sub ject to which he has given many years of study. President Baker's ad dress sparkled with epigrams. Hardships a Blessing. "A child that suffers no hardship is on the way to perdition," he do clared. "If nothing else, the school must teach accuracy, perseverence and endurance." Pleading for selection and elimina tion In courses, he said- Enriching the curriculum" was a . u.. ... i. , ,., .m.i. bid l. iUCUr uuk ik uaa w.v.,. ..j". to endless ihiiaA. Thft tlvno will 166 come when w-e would apply the phil 000 osophy of the "simple life' to educa- tlrr ..UM. ur lM4htr uuuiuvu a wuioc ui tjuu- cation which would enable the aver I age student to be graduated from ' college when 20 years old, and from a university or professional school when 24. This course, he said, would be better adopted" to mental evolu tion than the present one. REVOLUTIONS OF 11 DOLLAR "I am a DOLLAR. A little age-jChargess of restraining trade in wire worn, perhaps, but still in circulation., production, beean their fight against I am proud of myself for being in clr- the government today by entering culation. I am no tomato can dollar, Not I. This town is only my adopted delay until Setember 2, to file de home, but I like it and hope to re- murrers. main permanently. Each man's bail was fixed at $1000. When I came out of the mint I was Only thirty of these indicted made adopted In a town like this In an-i appearance In the United States other state. But after a time I was court today, but District Attorney sent off to a big city, many miles jwise said he had received assurance away. I turned up in a Mall Order' that the attitude was uniform. Neither house. For seeral years I stayed in that city. Millionaires bought cigars with me 1 1 didn't like that, for I believe in the, PIn People. Finally a traveling man brought me to this town and left me here. I was so glad to get back to a smaller town that I determined to make a desperate effort to stay. "One day a citizen of this town was about to send me back to that bjg city. I caught him looking over a Mail Order catalogue. Suddenly I found my Tolce and said to his his name was Jack Morgan he was a barber, by the way. Jack, look here If youll only let m. tav In this town Til circulate ! around and do you lots of good. Youfof Tachlra, Venezuela, from "oloci- buy a big beefsteak w-ith me, and hardware man yill pay his doctor's bill with me. and the doctor win anend m with a farmer for oats to feed his horse with, and the farmer; According to the best Information will buy some fresh meat from the, obtainable, Castro, the -deposed ires butcher, and the butcher will comejident of Venezuela, is now on the around to you and get a shave, hair, western frontier of Venezuela at the enrand chamivm. in the lonir run. as head of a thousand or more men en- ..... .. ,, i. .. ..l., . ... w ,', fu 1, m ,,, , some other big city were kept Vlrcu- latlng right hero at home. You could see this town grow. Honest, now, ain't 1 right!" EURO pi nninn MCM HOC OULUnHUU fritlM Uofc ARSENIC IN BREAD GREELEY. Colo, July 11. As a result of using arsenic in place of baking powder in making blecultsj William Prunty Is dead on his ranch 20 miles east of this city. and Jack Nelson, his partner, is notlfriends. The trouble started over tho expected to live. The two men were holding down a claim. . b man tsim Succeed in Evading Officers at Low.elli Will Again Be Hunted Another chapter has been added to the story of the two love-lorn I girls who followed the Fort Hua Jcbuca troopers to the fort on July C. Sallie Hunt and Gladys Bailey, yesterday -jujd filed charges against ner daughter lor stealing a shooter and then selling It. If the girls are caught they will probably be sent to the reform school. WILL SHIFT SCENE OF TRUST y WASHINGTON, July 11. The congressional investigation of the American Sugar Refining company trill hfr trnnfifprTAil from Washlmrton to New York next week. The house committee of Inquiry will sit there beginning next Tuesday and the session will continue throughout the week. Among the witnesses subpoenaed to appear is John Arbuckle, head ,11-Hm Tli-sia Miniulllnr nf thn . v mm., .....?. .v.-.... . --- "Trust": John E. Parsons, former counsel of tho American Sugar Re fining company, and Washington B Thomas, vice president of the "J American Sugar Refining company The committee will hear, probably next Tnursday, Milton D. Purdy of Minneapolis, former assistant attor ney general, who while acting attor ney general of the United States, expressed his purpose to prosecute the "sugar trust" officials in connec tion with the Pennsylvania Refinery absorption WIRE MANUFACTURERS PLEAD NOT GUILTY I NEW YORK, July 11. The eighty- limit: nuc uiu..wt. ............. -. June 29, under the anti-trust law, on ,..... .!... namifa.tiirAra 1Tiltt Bfl fT njeas of not guilt j and securing a Herbert L. Satterlee, J. P. Morgan's son-in-law, nor Frank J. Gould were present Mr Satterlee entered a plea through his attorney, but Mr. Gould was not represented CASTRO RAISING ARMY TO RETAKE VENEZUELA WILLEMSTADT. Julv 11 A wire less dispatch- from Buenos Ayrcs 'sl- and announces that General Jose An tonio Davlla landed on the Island se cretly Saturday night, having come from Venezuela. Da villa is one of tho slxty-threo men who, led by General Castro yoars aso, invaded the stile blan territory. He is Castro's claso friend. Later advices prove untrue Satur day's report that the president of the state of Zulia. Venezuela, had been killed by a bomb, rw4 !. 4n1ttfntr 21T1 HTTTW With which to reneat his exploit of 12 years ago when he overthrew the eot- ernment and placed himself in the presidency. Buena Ayres, of Bon Air. is a Dutch West Indian Island about C5 miles north of the coast of Venezuela, and 20 milesveast of Curaca. JW0 MEN KILLED" IN nilCI ftWCD O PID! Q STURGEON, Mo, July 11. In a pistol duel fought over two girls be tween Frank and Melvin White and John Spencer an Jabe Wade, at the town ot Klggs. "even mil-s south cf here, Saturday night, both the White y wre mortally wojjnded, Krank dying Sunday. All four boys were farmers absut 20 years old ana until two weeks ago were the bert nf two sisters of John Spencer. Spencer nnd Wade escaped unlnjarei. ENQUIR BETZ & LOCKIE, jMjjr In Vaudeville The Famous Medoras PRESENTING I'NIQUE MENU OF NOVBL TIES SINGING AND DANCING DOLLS ALIVE THE CAT'S COMIC OPERA LAUGH O SCOPE- "Boll Yo -r Water"G?iat Educational "Mary Long and Tommy Short" Absolutely Unique Comedy 'The Lucky Card" Best Western Drama In Months "A Bane Fourth of July." ADMISSION 10, 15 & 25 CENTS Theatre "Independent Pictures Shown exclusively NO FILM TRUST Goods used. Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday of each vneek. 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 FilmC o. "ARTFUL KATE,' "HOW DARE YOUT" IMP Film Co Matinee Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. BERNER'S Summer Resort Private Grounds. Huachuca mountains Ramsey canyon, Huachuca Mt3 An ideal place to spend 'your vacation. Everything for campers ob tainable 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 pavllflon Dance every Saturday night Stages meet 'all trains at Hereford. Rates to parties of 3 or more $3.50 each, round trip For full detailed information and prices get folder at Sasse's or any drug store or write H. E. Fletcher, Hereford PRESIDENT TAFT WILL CLEAR HIS NAME (Continued on Page S) set aside as a reserve and whether he knew Rjan was working iu the interest of the Guggenheims. 1 am going to push this resolution said Representative Cole. "Balked by The refusal of the government to al ow the Cunningham coal land claims rnis gang in V all street is evidently ietermineJ to stture control of this coal land. They filed on the Control. ler Bay coal lend, the only available harbor through which the Alaskan coal can be shipped before the gov ernment could even have it surveyed after the president's order withdraw ing it from the Chugach reserve. Would Control Coal. Falling to secure the land, they have now gone after the only means of transporting the coal and with a railroad from the coal lands to Con troller Bay they could absolutely dic tate to the owners of the coal land. Representative Graham, chairman of the interior department expendi tures committee, also has been look ing into the matter. Balllnger In Denial. SEATTLE, July 1L Former Sec retary of the Interior Richard A. Bal llnger when the Washington dispatch concerning Representative Cox's re-s olution was read t him said: "No representation was ever made to the president by me in the Interest of Richard S. Ryan or any syndicate in connection with land at Controller Bay, but I did advise President Taft not to release the lands sought for terminal facilities as requested by Ryan. . S "So far as Mr Ryan is concerned. I never had any business dealings with him " CHICAGO ICE DEALERS ARE ADVANCING PRICES CHICAGO, July 11. The Ice situa tion here is tho most s.erious here since 1868, it was announced today In connection with a raise in the price of Ice from 81-2 to 10 cents per hundred to big users. The ad vance for family consumption, how ever. Is only five cents. It Is said economy will be neces sary to sake the supply lt the seaces. Musical BLO Novelty The Human Band IMPERSONATOR OF SOUNDS OF BRASS INSTRUMENTS WITH NATURAL VOICE KODAK Whatever your lavorite 'out'"' f of door sport may be,'you can add to the pleasure by taking a KODAK with you '" We have a large line of KodsJu and Brownie Cameras. Ask us for a free copy of the new Kodak cats-, logue. Lowell Drug Co !P. O Bldp Lowell, Am. BETTER TONE IN THE MARKET YESTERDAY Upward Tendency Follows Re action of Day Before Be cause of Crops NEW YORK, July 11 The sharp decline in stocks which resulted from the announcement of the government crop report figures shortly before tba close of the market yesterday, was followed today by recovery Gains ot a point or more were made In promi nent Issues. The features of the move ments of the grain carrying roads as a group were the strongest of the list. The change was a direct reflection ot the more cheerful view taken in re-' gard to crop prospects. An encouracinir feature of the fifTK ciai statement which received littlo .attention at first was ind'catel In the Increase in the corn acreage, whica Is greatly In cxces3 of esti:i.aes, placing the area total to a point, nev er before equalled. In the London market the decline In Consols to the lowest point in eighty years was ascribed to selling to meet liquidation elsewhere, uncertainties of the political Situation in eastern Europe and Morocco. The low priced Consols today were 1-4 biow the min imum reached last December when the securities sold at TS 1-2 as the result of the general elections. The strength in tne Americans la the British market gave a firm tone to the opening here. Prices advanced easily at Jha outset. Trading became unusually dull af ter the opening only 2O.M0 shares changing hanT the second hour. Fur ther advances' were made, kowever. and the list remained at a firm high er level to the close The, market was largely one of specialties, the lesser known Issues sharing more than or dinarily the day's operation". WITH THE BOXERS. Harry Gllmore, former manager of Packey McFarland. is now th manager of Frankle Conley. Albany. N Y, fight fans are win ing to back Kid Henry against WIRiaf Lewis in a 10-ronnd bout lor any amount up to $5,M0. Sam Langford says that be was afraid to "cut loose" Jn his recent bout with Tony CaponI in Whinipeff. The Tar Baby" thinks the WinnipcR I started anything. r..- -v..,u u.,,,7 auuea arm Baa ba I r if f " 7T. - - i.