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w"wggMnawnpwn , THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING,' SEPTEMBER 5,1911. PAGE FIVE i Miiini..il(l,.,(i,f.,i.,-.,-rl iiTiTTwi i1 iT.r.iJif ' - i ini.liii'ii i ' B,rr'TS7T,THIIWIr"BMaBiwtr-iWWW . Wiy sir ft 11 Ms H IV I I- ,i !' W fit J. th ? I: i If ft ! I? Id! ! v is 3 li i ir. . M :, t r u Ml J U h i Sill IE IE STARS ISM- FIELI Sixth.Gavalry Baseball Team Suffers Defeat by Score of HJo 7 DISASTER BEGAN ;r ATVEK1 OUTSET In Vain the Visitors Undertook Toq Late in Game to Strengthen a Defec- tive Battery Tho , All-Stars are certainly eomo constellation. They licked the Sixth Cavalry ball team Sunday afternoon at Warren park by the score of 11 to T, proving that some times all-stars are better than a mixture of stars and stripes. The locals got a lead In the first Inning of ono run and they kept Increasing the lead by spurt and singles as the game progressed. McGlown -went In for the soldiers bat he lasted cnly four Innings. That was as" good as the game, however, for he had yielded nine hits and the locals had sent eight men across the Irtate to the visitors' lonely one, get tlug tho first of the first About all that McGlown had was a sputtering ueuvery mat "spewed" when he let jne bail go. lie had red hair, which is a good sign, but it failed In this instance. In the fifth the trooper captain sent in Llpe. -whose hair was redder and who succeeded in reducing the number of nits and runs. Llpe had a slow fadeaway that the eager Stars bit cargerly. In tho sixth Inning Allen and the two Cuamipion boys swat lowed the fadeaway bait in one, two, three order, like ducks Just like .that Llpe got seven etriko outs in four Innings. - Dundoa came Tiomo on a magic carpal in the first Inning. Ha boat out a hit to short, went to second on a wild throw, stole third and came, home on a wild plt,eh. That was the last run tho troopers mado until tha fifth inning, when Pheeny singled with one down and was sacrificed around the cbinaware. The locals scored twice in the first I-. Chamuion .got on through the error of the trcoper short and was brought home on Kelly's two-bagger but Kelly 8at out between second and third. The troopers lost all show of win ning in the third, however, when five runs were sent across the door mat It was seldom that there were any liases to let in that history-making inning. They were all occupied. Allen singled and stole second and F. Cham pfon got a base on balls and both pro gressed a base on a passed ball. Cham pion singled and scored Allen, Cham pion going to third. Gill mado first on McGlown's error and Chapman went to second, filling the bases. Kel'y struck out Buchanan -was gireVa base on balls and P. Champion was forced to come home, Chapman going to thirft and Gill to second. Brown lined out a hot one that hit the umpire in the seat of the pant, sending Chapman home, Gill to third and Buchanan to second. Bases full again. Hlcka flew out in right bower but Gill beat out tho throw in and scored. Ross Cham pion hit through, second and scprei Buchanan but Brown was caught try ing to make it six even for the inning. In the fourth P. Champion singled and wa3 sent to third by Chapman who singled over short and thenco home on a passed ball. The locals hung up another score, in the seventh when Gill scored on Mrasn pure hick "With two strikes on him ho slruck at a wild one and beat it out, got to third on wild throws and home on Buchan- Cosby Brothers Benson Tomatoes Basket - - - 30c (4 basket) Crate $1.00 Jumbo Cantalopes - ------ 10c each Coshy Brothers Watermelons - 2c lb. Received Fresh , Daily 'i' SV'B. Angius: Grocery Fhone - - - 29 i i WRESTLER HURT III IHY BOOT Trooper Minnie Loses Match to Joe Dorris After a Long Struggle ANOTHER CONTEST OCT. 3 111 fortune, attended Trooper "W. E. Minnie In his wrestling match with Joe Dorris at tho Orpheum Sunday night After 1 hour 15 minutes and 15 seconds of wrestling without a fall, and at 11:53 p. m. Dorris obtained a double body hold from tho front, pro gressing from n knee hold, and flung tho little trooper to the floor, his form limply measuring the mat Dorris got up Immediately but the little troop cr lay writhing on tho saw-dust mat his faca wreathed with lines of pain Alter waiting ten minutes to see If Jlimilo mould return to the match Referee A. E. Hurst awarded the match to Dorris. Minnie Issued a ehal lenge for another match on October JOE 3, which Dorris accepted. The match was for a side bet of $100 and the gate receipts divided 60 per cent to tha winner and 40 per cent to tho loser. Minnie was taken to Dr. Brown's Turkish bath establishment In the Shattuck building wiiero ho was treated by Dr. Brown. Tho trooper suffered a severe convulsion from the shock a few minutes after reaching tho doctor's office. He was feeling all right yesterday morning, with the exception of ordinary muscular soreness and acute nervousness. He was sorely dis appointed at not (being able to wrestle Dorris to a fall. Sunday night immediately after he was knocked out he said that Dsrrls has struck him an's hit over short. With twb men down In the seventh, the troopers sot two runners home. Jones got a two-bagger through short Pfelffer gofon through P. Champion's error and Jones scored 6n the play. Tfeiffer stole third and went home on Pheony's hit over third. ( In the eighth the soldiers did the same thing, only more so. They stored three runners. With ono down, O'Don- nell got a base on lialls, stole second, went to third in Kelly's error and homo on Kossier's hit over second. Oman singled and Rosler came home n Champion's wild throw from short. Oman scored r Jones' single. When the Stars came up to bat in their half of the eighth, the score stood 9 to 7 in Ihelr favor wfcleh was the closest it had been since the first inning but by Scoring twice they put themselves out of danger. Ross Champion singled ! and got on and Allen hit to the pitcn ! er and was safe. Champion taking 1 second. Both runners prcgressed i bate when EngeMer went out at first, , Chapman hit a hot one to short stop, who held it and allowed Champion to score, Allen going third. Allen sneaked home while Chapman was i playing tag with tho baseman between firat and second. The troopers were unable to score in their half cf ' the ninth and the gome ended 11 to 7. following was the line-up of the teams; J Cavarly Dundon I O'DonnoH Position Ail-Star F. Chamion lb 3b cf 2b If rf c Chapman Rossler Brown . Aliens '" ' Hicks' . ' Gill Buchanan Kelly f2K I Pfelffer Jones; Pheeny McOlgwn, 14po . .p It, QhamplBn iriA.. nAiAMAn- H.t n. x.rfiltA Sorcjiby innings: j Caraliy 1 0 0 0 1.0 2 3 O 7 JAIl-Stars 2 0510012 X II twice in the stomach as they were all- ting to the match but there was no ono eUo that took this view and there were perhaps 25 people on tho ring side. . Dr. Brown stated yesterday morning that Minnie got a solar plexus, but that he did npt think Dorris, had he been so inclined, could have delivered a blow of such telling force at such clcee quarters and he is Inclined to think that eitherV Dorris' shoulder "or elbow struck in the pit of the trooi r's stomach -when they went to the mat Dr. Brown stated that tho effect was the worst he had ever eeen from such a blow, even if deliberately given. That the blow had been a severe one was evldencel by the lines of pain In Minnie's face as he was led to big corner and by his bloated face, caused from inability to breathe, lie was for going on with tho match but he was finally convinced of the futility and danger of returning. Conscious ot the fact that his comrades had backed hlih to win, Minnie sobbed as he con sented to give the match to Dorri3. The match started at 1047 o'clock. Minnie seemed inclined to mix matters with Dorris at tho outset, but the lat ter played safe and cautious as he did in his previous match with the troop ed. In three minutes after they shook hands in the center of the mat, Min nie back trippeS Dorris and floored him but after one minute of mat-wrig- DORRIS. ciing both resumed the standing posi tion. Dorris tried a number if times forMlnnie's knee but without success. At 11:04 Minnie resorted to a ruse to get Dorris to the mat Grasping tho Bisbeo roan securely back of tho neck ho fell backwards, pulling Dor- ns with him but his power of weight was not sufficient to pull his antaifJ mlst over him and the local man landed on top and in the favorable position but a fall was not imminent. At ll.:20 Dorris floored the trooper with a bade hold and followed it up with an attempt at a crotch and half Nelson "but the "wiggly little trooper got out, without being dangerously near to a fall, In a half minute. At 11:22 Dorris got a doubib knee hold, though an Insecure one, and pro gressed to a tjouble-body bold with which ho Jloored the trooper. He worked the Hold into a crotch amL-a half Nelson but Minnie used his legs to good effect by scissoring Dorris' neck and breaking the hold. Neither man could improve his position so they resumed tho wrestling position. At 11.53 Dorris got a double body bold from front from a knee hold, and flung the trooper to tho mat for a knock out, tbo match being awarded to Dor ris. The match was a repetition cf every mat affair that has been pulled off in this part of the country since the game (fame Into favor and unless some one does something to put gin ger into the game it Is going to be felt in the gate reeeipta, It 1s not usual for a match to go moro than an hour, but every match that has been pulled off here, at Tombstone and many of them at Tucson have gne for longer than that Without a fall. j GRAND CIRCUIT RACING ' CHARTKU OAK TRACK. HART- ' FORD, Conn,, Sept 4. The big event I in today ;s Grand Circuit races, the ; Charter Oak stakes, the 10,000 trot. wa's won by R. T. C easily; Chatty i Direct scend, Gordn Todd third. The best time, 2:071-4. Tenement House. .fAHhogsh, there ;are,mjiny tenements ; under tm roof. t is correct to speak "of tho house In the singular, as 'tene ment hquss," and R is.equally righMo mention the several "tenements" in tho house. Broadly a tenement bouse Is one divided into a. number of sep arate habitations, so that many fahv Hies may have their dlffcrcnthomcs la ' one bouse. . Ara Ycu Going to Join the Loyal Order Of Moose If bo why not get ono of tho emblems of that order in the shape of a fob or Button. I hare a new fat just in. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. THE ONE PRICE STORE C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist B A S E & BALL NATIONAL LEAGUE At Philadelphia R. H. E. Philadelphia , 2 6 3 Brooklyn 6 0 0 Alexander, Mcore. Madden, Klcl now; Knetzer, Bergen, Erwin. At Boston R. H. E. Boston 4 10 2 New York ... C - 8 1 Tyler, KlingjAmes. Meyers. At Cincinnati. R. II. - Cincinnati 3 7 3 ITiltsburg . 4 8 3 Kcefe, Gaspar, McLean; Camnltz, Steele, Gibson. At St Louis R. H. St Louis- ."...... i', 7 IB Chicago j.,... 5 C 1 Golden, Geycr, - Harmon, Bliss; Smith, Mclntyre,- RUhter, Tonoy, Brown and Needham. Second Games'' At St Louis '., R. H. E. St Louis .". .s,.-.,... 4 11 Chicaso . ;..... 5 5 2 Woodburn. McAdams,1 Bliss; Reul fcach, Ncedham.' At Cincinnati R. II. E. Cincinnati w 3 11 0 Pittsburg . ....,.,. 1 C . 0 Humphreys, McLean; L.clBcld, Glb- Eon- ... At Philadelphia R. H. B. Phlladslphta ............ 0 4 i Brooklyn , '. -. 0 10 2 Mcore, Curtis, Klefnow; Rucker, Bergen. ' At Boston R. H."A Boston . .. .......... 8 12' -0 New York .': . . . . 7 11 -1 Perdue, Hogg, Brown, -Raridenj Marquard, Meyers. AMERICAN, LEAGUE At Detroit-- '" R, -H. E. Detroit v 3 7 2 St Louis 7. 7 11 1' Works. Summers, Schmidt; Pelty, Scuthwick. At Chicago ' ' R- H rE. Chicago ..... S 11 2 Cleveland..., 9 14 3 Monri.de, Baker. White, Block; Falkenberg, Krupp, Smith. At New York ' It. 6 H. 7 J.-. 2Jew York Boston 3 S Ford, Blair; Weo,' Carrigan. At Wasb'iflgton It. . H. E. Washington 3 7 , 1 Philadelphia ,..,.. S 10 1 Gray, .Casblon, Ainamith; Coombs, Lapp. Second Games At Chicago R. II. Chicago .v.... 2 8 Cleveland . ..,.......,. 0 . 12 Olmstead, Tayne;, Gregg, Smith, -t- At New York R. II. E. New York ...,'.- 5 11 I Boston . 14 3 Vaughn, Blair; Karger, Nagle, Car rigan. At Washington R. H. E. Washington 6 9 2 Philadelphia .'.... C 13 3 Walker, Johnson, Ainsmlth; Henry, Morgan, Danforth, Plank, Thomas. At Detroit R. Detroit . , 10 St. Louis S LaFittc, Stanage; Luck, Stephens. H. 12 13 Powell, COAST LEAGUE At Portland K. II. E. Portland 15 5 Oakland' 9 3 0 Hendersqn, Lamlint. Kuhn; Chris tiaa, Mltze. At Sacramento Vernon .. Sacramento ... ....... Brackenridse, Hasty; Thomas. , '"' At San Francisco R. If, 3 6 2 7 E. 0 0 Fitzgerald, R, 1L E. Saa Francisco 7 10 9 Los Angeles ..,... Fanning, Berry;. Steyor, Agnow and Smith. ' Second; Games At Portland R. Portland . 0 IL 9 Oakland . 2. 4 Harkness, Kuhn; PernolIJ earce. At Sacramontc R, IL Vernon ., -. . 5 8 , Saeramento J. a... 1 4 E. 1 BrSckcnridge, Hogan; Hunt,, Kerns. .J San Los Angeles Browning, Smith. Meikle, Berry; Delhi, If our Rocky Fords are bolter than those, you have had, tell Jour neigh-Wrsrr-Cosby Bros. 366." At ,San Francisco JBlill) hlHroifoci'l op hfs prdmise, givfcn at 'the end in frrariclsco ..Va5?.P.:J .5f oftthematch at Tombstone- on July, BISBEE ORCHESTRA The eastern music publishing houses keep this new orchestra supplied with LATEST selections appropriate Xor Dances, Clubs, Banquets, etc. Each musician U a bonafido property owner here. Give us a trial and bo convinced thaC every "knock" is a BOOST For US.. Terms given at Central Pharmacy, or at residence of P. J. Reinbotb, 60-11. Brewery Ave. BISBEE WEN! DOWN BEFORE TJOfflOPERS Weather Conditions Were Con tributory to a Shifting of the Honors The ax-near-cbamplons of the Pa cific Coast Rifle league met the Sixth Cavalry rlllo team from Fort Huachu- C .1 t -.1--1. .' ca ouiiuay uiurumg ai t u ciuun, uici them and wcro theirs by a score of C34 to 6S0. At the end of tho 200-yard match the troopers led by fourteen points, but Hart and Huffman tied the sofe at their end' of the 600-yard range shoot, but the rest of the Bis $ee team could not hold tho tie or get a lead and were four points behind the army team at the end of the 600 yard shoot. , The weather conditions were the worst ever seen at the ranga for the 1000-yard shoot, only ono of the twelve men scoring above 40. When the last pair of the local team pros trated themselves on tho firing line cnlyCi points .were needed to win tho match, but theneeded points were not forthcoming and the locals lost the match by five points after being in whispering distance of victory Following were the scores made: BISBEE 200 600 1000 ToVl Hart . 40 46 31 117 Huffman . - 3G 41 2S 105 Cunnfngham. . ... 40 43 32 115 McMlnn 42 45 32- 119 Flsbcr.,., 40 3 35 114 Wattlns 40 42 37 110 Totals . .!,.... 23S 25fc ,195 6S9 SIXTH CAVALRY ... 200 600 lOOOTot'l Lee ,..41 30 39 119 95 133 120 114 113 6!)4 Jacofeson 4ft 34 21 Meyers 43 47 43 Riohlo 44 44 32 Rie 41 42 31 Zawadzkl 43 40 30 Totals 252 246 19S Margin of victory, 5 points. With shotgun, 50 birds: Davidson 28, Meyers 29, MoKmeyer 3, McVey 41, Ivos 38. McYay has yet to meet his equal with the shotgun, having defeated every rifle crack that has visited Bis bee. Arrangements are being made for a trip to Fort Huachuca at an early date for a match at 300, 500 and 800 yards.. From now on the locals will shoot every two weeks, on the Warren . Country club range. The medal shoot will be held some time during the month of October. HUSSEN HESITANT ABOUT RETURN ITCH No recent developments have oc curred in the attempt to arrange a return match between Al Ketchel and Ed Hussen. Over a week ago the Review published Ketchel's challenge to Hussen to wrestle, him at catch weights the last of September or the first of Octobor. H use en's defeat by Varnoy of Tucson, whom Ketchel dis posed of in straight falls, has taken the edge off of the anticipation ot Bisbee wrestling fans, however, and added to Ketchel s reputation as a wrestle-. A month ago such a match would have been the biggest event of the year on the mat, but the psycho- ! logical moment was allowed to pass. Jn a letter to mis nepanmcru, nu sen reaffirms the statement that he bad not received the article of agree ment drawn by Al Ketchel when he gave out that statement to the Tomb stone Prospector. In those articles Ketchel offered to wrestle Hussen for the welterweight title at welterweight. which Hussen would not agree to. The statement of Hussen that he had not received any articles from Ketchel was nrinted In the Prosnedor or Au- OJEBtt 9 and reprinted in trie Review August ll. in nis latest letter, unuer date cf September 3, Hussen says that he received the articles ten days after he made the statement to the Pros- B.' pectpr, or August 19. The editoi- of Ojthis page has Hussen s letter to Al. 1 Ketchel acknowledging receipt of the articles and stating his refusal to sign them. This letter wa3 dated at j Tombstone on August 14. Dates are Immaterial, however, and it is also Immaterial as to what point the arti-' cles came from. Tho material point l. .(hat Tliia.An hna fnHori in nifikn 15, that he woum give ivetcnei a re turn match. . Hussan's statement about dates. goes affirmatively so far as this paper is concerned, but the articles wcro received and -they embodied fair pro visions for a welterweight match and they were not accepted by Husaen. R P In Vaudeville BROWN & WILLIAMS Singing. Dancing, Novelty Roller Skating. NAT BARNH ART Society Blackface In Pictures 'Subduing Mrs Nag 'Backwoodman' Suspicion' Younger Brothers' Gen. Admission 15c Reserved Section 25c Children 10c Complete Change Sunday and Wednesday Theatre "Independent Pictures Shown exclusively NO FILM TRUST goods u8ed. Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday ot each week. Admission ten and fifteen cents. "HIS FATHER'S HORSE" NESTOR FILM CO. "AS YE SOW SO SHALL YE REAP" Rex. "THE COWBOY'S VACATION" Bison. .' " "FROM DEATH TO LIFE," "ZSlfSS "THE FALSE FRIEND," Rex Co. -.-,.- TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. 10 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-Tovrca Bldg.$ be;rner's Summer Resort Huachuca Mountains. Tho Ideal place to spend your vacation. Furnished rooms and cottages and good board COLNTRY STYLE. Dance at Pavilion every Saturday night Regular stages meet morning trains, Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Other trains met by special engagement without ex tra charge. Returning, we tton nect you willf any train you de sire. For special conveyances, prices or full information, write or" wire at my expense. H. E. Fletcher, Sign Hereford, Arizona ATTENTION ELKS! Lodge meeting 8:30 tonight. All visiting Brothers cordially Invited to attend. COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT In the Trio Was a Beautiful Spanish Girl OAKLAND, CaU Sept. 4. A trio of alleged counterfeiters, Ruth Hlne man, a beautiful Spanish girl; George W. Hineman, her husband, and Jame3 Madison, were arrested here today. Ruth is said to be the daughter ot a prominent physician in Havana, Cuba. Tho detectives allege that the men mado the money and the woman pass ed It Tho favorite coinage was a 5 gold piece. HENRY LANE WILSON. Recent Picture of Uncle Sam's Ambassador to Mexico. HEU M w AND 15c. MATINEE 10c. j Lowell, 1 Arizona oya! Theatre "AN AEROPLANE DISASTER" Gaumont. A complete picture record of the accident in which tho French Min ister of War-Henri Maurice Ber treaux, was killed and two others badly injured. 'THE LAST DROP OF WATER" Biograph A powerful story of tho great Amer lean desert "THE NEW OFFICER," Lubln Help! Help! Here is a psor -cop in trouble. A riot of fun and laughter. "J1MMIE WEARS A CROWN" Gaumont. A colored comedy plcturo in which this IltUo child actor is at his best. j "THE STEPSISTERS" Pathe. A domestic drama of exceptional worth. Miss Blanche Roberts In Illustrated Songs ADMISSION 10c and 15c Matinee Today 2:15 p. m., Seacults of Lerwick. The seagulls are the sparrows ot Lerwick, and as such- they have a greater sharo in tho town's Ufo than have the sparrows ot London. In'tho morning time you will note that a sea gull sits on every chimney potl" Sea gulls swoop and hover over every roof In the town. The air Is full ot their strange, high, plaintive, haunting cries. The children in each house" bavo a pet nsmo for their particular sea gull, and having called them by those names, they feed them every day. And - each seagull knows what Is meant for him. No seagull attached to one house ever eeeka to eat tha food scattered from- tho house next door. He does not daro; the other gulls would kill hfm. The people ot J the town, it they come across a little pue oi rice Jam upon tne roadway, step over tt with care. And at night the seagulls leave their own appoint ed chimney pots and fly gracefully away to their resting places on the rocks ot the Isio of Noes. Tho Scots man. . i-V Vanity of Roman Emperor. Tho Emperor Augustus robbed Feb ruary ot a day, and put it on to Au gust, so that the month named after him should not bo lacking in dignity. SUBSCRIBE TO THE REVIEW JHE j- A ' r. i :; '. --t- ? .MI' K' -SifMAwSsar T Tm- jMRih(fa " ' mmlnfttwif t - - .-- - - ., j.-kfc-V - tff4khAd ri &z ' -. i ' gi5:7'a&?"T "tJ&rs n. w. ijcSJU -'';'1(ii; i - - V.i4 .'.OwfiaF' ii '