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!' r--" "" " nwrarmwiaaMiiniiiin wMHWiHnllM1MBartni HilirilWI iiHaiffafntii J i n i , , , ,.Vu. r,-- iimtfrimi4 iwi THE ElSBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, A0GUST27, 19l"1. PAGE FIVE ' f ?&-i w - i LONG HIKES BY HACK IE HIS TRIERS CHICAGO. Aug. 26.AIter another day of his "saml-rest training" At his lake breeze-swept training (cauip. George Hackenschnildt retired In bet' ttr condition mehtally and physically than at any time since he arrived from England to take his final condl Honing program for his championship match, with meeting Champion Frank Gotch. The big Russian made one request before going to bed and wished that his attitude be taken as final. lie asked that no ono connected with'hiB quarters should ask him to depart from hl3 "cozy evening rest and soli taire card game. Back did not do any mat work yes terday, but managed to crowd In a lot of light training. He was up at 5 o'clock and with Dr. Roller and Americas as his companions, the Russian led the way to a point near the city limits on what he was pleased to call an "English dog trot." , Returning to the lodge Dr. Roller consulted his pocket map and found that the morning stroll had been a walk of Ave and a half miles. The Russian's comrades were somewhat, weary from their exertion but Hack showed no evidences of distress In breathing and his color was not unlike that of a weather-beaten sailor. The Empire Athletic club officials announced that no detail for the hold ing of the match had been overlooked and with the arrival In Chicago or Champion Gotch the promoters will have concluded the preliminaries ne cessary to get the Russian and the champion on the mat. Origin of tlarr.cz of Dances. The name "quadrille" is derived from the position of the dancers, tho French word "quadrille" meaning a lit tie square. "Country dance;" does not mean a rustic dance, but Is a corrup tee 51 the French term "coGtrc danfe." which relates to the position of the couples opposite each other. Naturally. "The attempt to commit suicide la not a punishable offense under tho German criminal code. Dut of course.' says a London esefeang. "If you sue ceed you must be prepared to. takp the consoquonces.' United States army In atetion, Star Theater, Mtainee and tonight. CULL IN, SAYS CHANGE s JUST A FTW DAYS LEFT. FOR NETTLETOXS At reduced prices for our FALL LINES Are all shipped and we will bo showing them In a thort time now IN THE MEANTIME GET A NETTLETON for $3.50 55.0" 15.00 for ALL STYLES of oar regular spring and suramar lines, a great many left in All sizes and widths. I 53.50 for narrow widths only in odAs and owls It will pay you to invostf'gale these prices on iBorohandise such as NETTLE-TONS . SHIRTS STILL $.50 for all grados or our i CLUBTT. GOTHAM & L & W. lines that sell for $2.00 WE'VE OTS OF THBM TOO and will xt try to slip you a lot of bum patterns, but wIL show you a surprising assort ment f good ones we've too many. that's all. ALSO .. $1.00 fw all our MONARCHS and wdds and ends (poor sell ore) of the better grades. SUITS 'to SUIT YOU NOT a $25.C0 for $1645, hot a GOOD $25.00 oso fer $25.00. ALL THETJMEJ . SG1WARTZ BROS. THE SAFE PLACE ON MAIN ST. -C0. Wires From the East Words of Encouragement About tbe Team to People in Chicago HAS IT AuTpOPED OUT CHICAGO, Aug. 26. Manager- Frank Chance .wires that ho is now only In tho National league race until the finish, but there Is no question in his mind but what ho will bring those Cubs across winnors. AVhich should be encouraging news to the West Side fans. For w hllo this last eastern invasion has not been the most successful trip the Cubs ever! had, since they got out of Now 'York with the hot end of the bargain, still "when Chance is confident there is hope. And maybe It. would not be amiss to remark hero What Chance thinks of the situation. He was remarking be fore the departure of the team on this last invasion. "If we get anywhero near an even breakt on this trip I think w'e will win," said he. ' "Why?" was the natural query. "WolL we finish at home," was his answer. "Yes, but the Cube are not great home players. That is, they do not play wonderful ball on their own grounds," he was reminded. "True," said he. "But the answer to that is that the Giants do not play great ball on the road. Tho Cubs may not be such great fellows on their own lot, but they are stronger on the West Side than the Giants are when they are traveling. So I figure that gives us tho advantage." "But that does not dispose of Pitts burg." he was reminded. "Very true, bat we will beat the Kiratos. After this eastern invasion is at an end we will be on equal foot ing so far as the Pittsburg team Is concerned. Of' course, if we fo out and lo3e the great majority Vf our games on this trip and the Pirates win the majority of thoirs, then we would be handicapped. But if we can hold our own with Clarke's crew then we "will be all right "You see the Pirates arc handicap ped where we arc and we bare it on them in other respects. They have three pitchers upon whoii they can rely. That Isn't enough. They must have four. If 0Toole proves the pitcher in the majors that be was In the minors, then Clarke and his men will have a great chance. Othorwise they are too Veak In the pltohtnx box to stand the pace. "Our pitchers are not going good. But I think ma be that we will get good twirling as the Pirates. In -which i event we will beat them for we have the greater reserve strength. With Evers in condition to play we are for tified against almost anything. "In the pinch I might play first if Saler was knocked out. Evers could 1-lay second if anything happened tb Zimmerman. If anything' happened to Doyle. Evers could go to second and Zimmerman could go to third. Shean could go to short It anything happened to Tinker, if any ,of the outfielders were Incapacitated wo would have Good. Zio sir. If we are within a few games of the lead when we get baek homo I thfnk well win. It wounld not surprise me a particle to see the Giants our top at some stage of tbe coming invasion. But when they get in the West for their last tour I think they will fall back. And we can best Pittsburg with our ordinary pitching. "As I remarked, if wo do not fall too far in thte race daring the eastern trip I think we'll -win." American Leaaue ( Won. Lost. Pet. Rhlladelnhia 77 41 .G3SJ Detroit , 72 Boston 61 New York . C2 LClevoland 8 Chicago f S Washington 49 St. B ASEd8 BALL Do you wan good, reliable 'goods at right prices and one price to all? Watches Diamonds, Jewelry, and Fine Repairing: Cut jFlowers. THE ONE JRICE STORE C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist STANDING OF CLUBS r RHL D National Leaeue Won. Lost. Tct 43 .COG Chicago C6 Hew York G9 Pittsburg C9 Philadelphia C2 St Louis 01 Cincinnati 54 Brooklyn . .. 45 ,47 52 53 G4 GS Boston .' 28- 87 .603 .595 .544 ,K5 .443 .398 .243 48 57 58 GO 60 G9 .GOO .517 .517 .492 .492 .410 .305 STILE OF THE GIAKTS Colts and Bankers Will Play at Warren This Afternoon, the Last Game Be tweenThem WILL BE A HOT CONTEST The city league giants will be seen In action today for tho last time this season when th6 Colts ot Callahan, the 1,000 Per Cent Boys, will play tho Bankers, Jhe classics opposition of the league. The majority of the hard-hitting players end the best base runners are Coast League . in the line up of these teams and there on. Lost ret. are prizes to be won, so the game .555 bhould be a corker. Allen, the third .SSI sackor of tho Colts, Is at present hold- .514 lag the record for babo stealing and 493 hitting and he will endeavor to in crease his average this afternoon. He has stolen eight bases this season but there are several others who havo stolen five and six, so tho winner will not be the winner until after today's game. On Septemtfcr 3 the All-Star aggre gation of the city league, picked by tie fans of the district, will meet the Sixth Cavalry team anif on September 10 the Tigers and Bankers will play the final gamo of the season schedule. The game this afternoon will start at 2:30 o'clock. Vernon SI Portland 75 Oakland . SI San Francisco 73 Sacramento 68 Los Angeles ...... 57 C5 Gl GS 75 77 91 .469 .3SS NATIONAL LEAGUE R. H. E. G 3 11 0 Archer; At Chlcago-r , ' Chicago f. 2 Brooklyn, , 4 C. Smith, Riofetor and KnoUer, Erwln, Second game: It, Chicago 8 Brooklvn 2 Cole and Archer; Graham, Schardt, Erwln. E. 1 1 At St Louis It. II. E. St Loate 2 6 1 Boeteu 1 7 1 Ilwrmon, Bliss; Brown, Kling. Second game: It H. la st Louis 4 7 1 Boston 5 5 3 Golden, Loadermllk and Bliss; Young, Ttariden. At Cincinnati t It. H. E. Cincinnati r -1 3 1 Philadelphia - li,''t Frotnme. Keefe. 3tlssManaJ -He-Lean Stack, Spencer. ' KEIGHEL ANXIOUS 10 GET HT HUSSEI i At PitUburg It H. Pittsburg 2 9 New York 6 11 Camnitz. tetBeld and Gibson; Mat thewson, Jlyors. E.1 5 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE H. 10 E. At JCew York It New York 3 Chicago., 2 5 1 Ford, Sweeney; White. Baker and Block, Payne. MINOR BASEBALL. A new-lw in Xow Hampshire tor l)id3 the. posting of baseball sajrea in -saloons. - Dick Cooloy has his Salt Lake City team well up In the Union association race. "Bugs" Raymond is back In Chica po and spending hte time pitching for 'the boys ok the lois. The heavy clouting o Tim Jordan and Al Shaw has put the Toronto fac&1 ail to the joy. J Sharon, Pa., has taken over the de funot Newcastle team In the Ohio and Pennsylvania league. Tbe CoUon States league teams don't seR to be able to stop Vfcks- iwrg. -me mil Ulliles iqok lite sure winners. Cincinnati has sent Irff IHdcr Grieves to the Huntingtoa Mountain StaU league team' for th remainder of the Mason. At Boston R. II. Boston . 4 10 St. Louis , 5 G Cietto and Carrigan, Powell; George, Keltchell. At Washington R. H. E. Washington G . 1 1 Detroit U 16 2 Grcome, Booker, Walker and Ain smiih; Livoly, Schmidt At Philadelnhla R. H. E. Philadelphia 7 10 3 Cleveland .V. 5 12 2 Coombs, Plank and Lapp; Krapp, Mitchell and Fisher. Second same: R. H. E. Philadelphia G 12 3 Cleveland .. 3 9 1 Slorgan, Thomas; Falkenberg, Ka tor and Smith. COAST LEAGUE At San Frandseo It H. E. San Frandeco 6 13 2 Vernon 7 -10 4 Browning, SHtr and Schmidt; Car son, Hltt and Hogan. E. At Saeraraento R. H Sacraments . . 3 13 2 Portland 12 18 1 Aretlanes, Ttrempson and Thomas, Kern; Koestner Kubn. Both Ilussen and Ketchel should be in bettor condition for their match hero in the latter part of September than they were in he Tombstone matoli. Ilussen bested Roberts al Tucson Friday niglit.in.two fails out of three,, hut jie was thrown, by Rob- av0 v. ttiV 0&MA.11) fall tLJf?tftlftrrfli Tdmbstone advices HuaSon .also haI a match wltn Varney at Tucson wit. in a week or less. f Al Ketchel has A match with John Antlchovich, tho light heavyweight champion of Galveston, on September 7, and on September 14 he will wre3 tie Tom Long of Corpus Christ!. Dan Ketchel writes that Al is improving all the time and can hardly wait for bis match with Ilussen, though ho hfcs slight hope that ilussen will ever agree to a return match. Ketchel has taken on several pounds of fighting Weight and It will not be so much of a handicap for him to take Ilussen on at catch weights as might be imagin ed. It Is reported that if he chose to do eo, he could match Ilussen at his own weight H. At Los Angeles R. Los Angeles , 1 12 Oakland 2 16 Hatla, Abbott Abies, Mttze. teen Innings.) (Thlr- Get Little for Their Furs. Furs are collected in great numbers sinner ha irnne, vam nt T.. VoVi In Curtis Coleman, at tbe Taeoroa... , !.,. , ,. .. team, the New Yorlc Americans got J!f- h 'nd, or bItf tr?,pper ls the ctees among third basemen In the len sat'8Sed, ?'Uh a hfrd,y com I Jforthwaatoro league. jmensurato with market Talue, eves ' Cravath. Grlnwhaw and Denny Sul- i afteI deducting the cost of marketing. livan, tnrert ex-Boston -American When taken to tho United States, a league players, are leading the Amer- price two or three times that paid the iran association in sWxtk work. trapper is obtained for many of the The American association of minor . - leagaea vlll meet in San Antonio, Texas, in November. The nesting , Confession From England. will bring together nearly 1,000 base- The London lancet says In .horror ban men. liSt .,, 'vyr- sPji " j-----" noci ineffitacon, ua; oiud, wib a Tec, scr4pped and new worksVinitalJed.' in the South Atlantic league. , Manager Stte Flanagan of he Brocton New Ergiand league team has purchased Firsi. Baseman Barry of the 'Brsntford Ont , el 'b. Barry leads tha Canadian leaao in baitfig. U, S. ARMY II 6ISBEE '.The Peril of Diaz on the Skirmish Line," tho title of a film now being shown at the Star theater.has been the sensation among theater goers since its appearance in the- city and so great has been the applause of the film that Manager Schmid has se cured the pictuje for another night and they will K shfcrwn this after noon and tonight for the last time ?n Bisbee. The pictures ticmselves and the ensembled "views form one or the finest films that has been seen In Bis bee this season at the moving picture play houses, rivaling tbe recent film at the Star, 'The Wild AVest Celebra Uca at Cheyenne." These pictures are bringing people to-the Star theater that ordinarily do not. regularly pat ronize moving picture shows for the reason the picture does more than to entertain. They Instruct This par ticular picture has an Important bear ing upon one of tho greatest questions In the country today, viz, 'js the Upited States Prepared for War?" The picture shows In fine detail the movements and evolutions and tho tactics of the maneuver division Of the United States army on the in ternational boundary line. It Is more than a film showing army scenes. It Is a picture of a fighting machine in motion, prepared for the real business of war. Those who have not seen this picture should avail themselves of a last opportunity this afternoon. See the great war pictures at Star Theater, today only. BISBEE ORCHESTRA All latest music for dances, clubs, entertainments. Terms, etc., at Central Ph armacy or F. J. Reinboth, No 50 B Brewery Ave. auaaaBMaHaaEaKaMaaaaBaaaaawMaaaaMawBaMBBaaaakam Brief Local Items Licensed to Wed. A marriage license has been Issued at Tombstone to Emll Fossl and Miss Titla Uallmas. both of Bisbee. Ill at Hospital. George Rafferty of Tombstone is "seriously 111 at tho Copper Queen hospital of an abscess on the liver. Bowen at Phoenix. J. J. Bowen is at Phoenix on a busi ness trip and will return to Bistyee In a new E. F. M. 30 car, coming over the route of the territorial highway. Flanigan Returns. Ed J. Flanigan returned yesterday from Tombstone, where he spent sev eral days on business in connection with the district attprney's office. Ferguson Goes East. Dr. Ferguson of the Copper Queen medical staff, accompanied- by Mrs. Ferguson, has gone east to Spend a vacation of a month. They will visit relatives in New England. Arizona Visitors. Among the vistors in the city yes terday from Arizona and Mexico points wero Allen R. English of Tomb stone, J. Hill and wifo of Globe, D. G. Green of Cananea, W. G. Gllmore 'of Tombstone. Tombstone Visitor. W. G. Gilmore, the Tombstone at torney, spent yesterday in the city and was of a party of Bisbee people who attended the statehood celebra tion at Douglas last night. Mr. Gil more is being spoken, of as a candi date for district attorney. Married in Los Angeles. Arthur Detloff and Jss Nora O'Niel were married at Jios "kngeles August 8. Both of th contracting parties formerly lived in Bisbee and are well known. Arthur and John 3. DetloK were born in this city, where their parents have lived for nearly thirty years. Railroad Official Here. F. B. King, superintendent of the western division of the El Paso and Southwestern, passed through the city yesterday en route to tho scene of the washout on the road etween Fair- tank ana Benson. The washout de layed tbe train -from the -west until 12.40 o'clock p. m. yesterday. His Hard Lot. My lot Is a bard ocel" he mutter ed, and his face' wore a look of des pair; too true were tho words that ho uttered, as he paused with his spade in tha air. He'd thought '(0 make garden that day acd his pulses with pwisssr- had fluttered; but he struck solid rock, and "I say, my lot Is a hard one,'; hetmutSettsl,' Vital Statistics. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bowls of Jiggervlllo Friday night, a girl. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sefferovlch of Upper Lowell,' a girl. Born, to Mr. and Ms. Ivan Olkomen of Upper Lowell, a girl. Born, to Mr. and .Mrs. F. E. Baldwin, of Tombstone .canyon, a toy. Bisbee Couple Wedded. A marriage of Interest to Bisbee people was that of Miss Nora O'Neil to Mr. Arthur Detlcn, who were mar- riea at Los Angeles, CaL, on August S. Both of the young people formerly resided in Bisbee, the groom being a native of this city, where his parents have lived 30 years' Boys Have Outing. The juniors of the Y. M. C. A., ac companied by Physical Director Han- man of the "Y" gym, had an outing 5n the hills yesterday. They left-Bis bee about 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing and went down the valley road. They returned in the afternoon, These marches and camps will be made every Saturday. More Candidates. The man who is not a candidate for office is pointed out on the street Each day brings forth its crop. It was learned yesterday that E. A. Tovrea, the Bisbee butcher, will offer himself as a candidate as a member of the board of supervisors, and that Gus Hickey, the Brewery gulch merchant was under consideration the matter of declaring himself a candidate for a. jjiai:? uu luetuuaru. a This must be a painful confession What's the Uss7 A physician says that early rising Jinrfn Mfn fin thft fithpr linflrt ixryw against Britain's unfailing boast of epenrt ra0Bl r your lonff uto sjec'pjagj honeBtJ'- I Detroit Free Press. Pretty Wedding A very pretty wedding took place Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gaffney of Lowell when their daughter. Miss Kathleen Helen, -was united In marriage with Elmer C. Johnson of IowelI. The bride was charmingly dressed In white cashmere. They were ' attended by Mrs. Hasking of Lowell, who acted as matron of honor, and John Gaffney, brother of the bride, as best man. They received many handsome pres ents. Illustrated Lecture. Tho paster cf the Methodist church has Tecclved 100 slides to illustrate the lecture which he will give at the church tonight The subject is "DarK- est Chicago and Her Waifs," and will not only show tho needs of the boys and girls and men and women, out l! ORPIiEUM " R. T. LOCKIE, Mgr. In Vaudeville KING & LOVEL Singing and Recitations. JACK PLINTON Comedy Dancing Juggler In Pictures "Sacrifice to Civilization" "Along the Danube" "Obedient Limbs" "The Old Folks Sacrafice" Gen. Admission 15c Reserved Section 25c Children 10c Complete Change Sunday and Wednesday Th eatre TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. 10 AND 15c MATINEE 10s. THEATRE C. J. ALDEN, Mgr. anng onvers In The 500 Mile Inter-National Sweep stakes Race. Held at the Indianapolis Automobile Speedway Greatest Race Film Ever Taken 12 Cameras stationed around the track made it pos sible to get all accidents at close range. s By Special Request from many of our patrons the King George V Coronation Pictures will again be exhibited at all performan ces today. Miss Blanche Roberts in illustrated Songs Alden's Orchestra Overture, "Hits of 191 1" Matinee Today 2:15 p. m. When wanting a kodak, films or kodak supplies of any kind for your vacation. Come to the right place. We always have them in stock at THE LOWELL DRUG CO. inc. THE REXALL STORE Where the Post Office! Is: Brophy -Tovrea Bldg. S j Lowell, I Arizona "Independent Pictures Shown exclusively NO FILM TRUST goods used. Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday of each week. Admission ten and fiftctn cents. "THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE," Rex. "CHEYANNE'S COURTSHIP." Bison. "ONLY THE MASTER SHALL JUDGE." Power Picturo Plays. "THE LIGHT HOUSE KEEPER," "LOOKING FOR HIS DAUGH TER," IMP. "THE PERIL OF DIAZ." Champion. By Special request we run "THE PERIL OF DIAZ" tonight (Sun- I day) for the last time. Don't Be Disappointed " I IN I I Hi ! safer and better for these young Americans. A cordial Invitation is extended to tbe public, -especially to the boys and girls. See the great war pictures at Star Seo lie great war pictures at Starlwfll show" 'tfhat Christian efforts are Theater, uaay cnl.,. (Theater, today only. being maae-io wake life Tbrisnter, THE HERPICIDE GIRL. Advises Gentlemen. At. Mrs. Blank's reception I met a gentleman who fulfilled my ideal of a man in all but one particular. He had a god head, fine physique, perfect manners, was a most interesting per sonality, and IJore himself with the distinguished air of a gentleman. His linen was Immaculate and his clothes faultless as to cut and material. But all the pleasant first impression was ruined when I discovered the collar and shoulders of his drcsscoat cov ered with loose hair and flakes of dandruff. To me this was an indication of per sonal carelessness, not tt say nn- cleanllness. I wanted to telljhim to. get a Dome or isewDro's -Herpicide. This remarkable remedy would, la a short time reiucvo every trace of dandruff from hla head, stop his. hair from failing and prevent hiro from becoming bald. I don't like baldbead ed men; they Ixk old whether they are or not. Dandruff Is caused by a germ andj Newbro's Herplcide kills that germ. The itching, which Is so frightful with xiandruff stops almost instantly. Herplcide Is the Original Remedy, that destroys dandruff. There is noth ing In tha world just like it, noth ing that is "Just as good." One Dollar Size Bottles are guaran teed br all druggists to elve satis. faction. Applications obtained at th mid barber shops. Send 10c In postage for sample bot tle and booklet to The Hcrpicldo Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mtch. 229 ..After enjoying a gocd dish of chill beans, that Is served every evening at the Office bar, call for a Commer cial cigar. Don't miss tho "Peril or Diaz." shown for tho last time tdn!ght.,Star Theater. ' 237 . i San Francisco has a semi-professional team comxfesed of Irish boys. Ilaying under the auspices of a Chi nese merchant and managed by a Jew Mary, put away the scissors, 1 hear thunder. ..v I .fr