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JWkVlVlHW-" v-ft Vj 18?- T -Ttrirr:: ""TV ;?,? "" "-" 'T ' w yw'-pl'V Vw -r-r " J" ' r vSt 'Lfffi -VW fcHWv. -f .Tife. W mmb (A4 V ? ' 'wmrirnnrr ' " .um- ! 2 - . .ij a 1,1 SI. n -V t jl . ... aVTf'Tnifit'nivniniriji-i'iiiiiifip;(wiwiiiisi''u ; j'j i"j j li'jJ" "i 1 '.'.'. .m jh m.mj ;u j . . j'j'j'i . .' . .(rwKflMiSli rMwli w. Nwwui miy 'Vn jr PAGE SIX THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA,. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMB ER 8, 1911. "'l''jg"'wti'.WJfcj, I 1 fi n ill ,i OF ACTORS SOME ASPIRATIONS HUNTING FOR WORK OF GOGHISE CITIZENS Producing Managers Overrun With Application for En gagement in Plays (New York Times.) Actors are complaining that the dif ficulty of obtaining employment this season Is greater than it has teenforjdidateaj!lav1To'aihstone a good man) years. There are today many well known actors idle at what Is usually the mpst active period of Those Who Might Be Induced to --Aid in Management of New State's Affairs (Correspondence.) TOMBSTONE. Ariz., Sept. C There 'wjll1be no scarcity of can- the county seat -will'felc for its share of the loaves and fishes to be placed on Eastern Markets Yesterday the theatrical year actors whose scr-,the political banquet table this fall. lces haTe been in' demand and who . ,. -,. -ji-ii bae seldom been without en8age. Among the pronounced candidates raents on Labor Day. Others who 'are Cri- H. L. Pickett, nho has have signed contracts and are await-1 started bis campaign simultaneously Ing delayed calls for rehearsals are in eerr -section of the territory by In the same situation as lho3e with- fcrmaj announcement in the nows out engagements of any sort. ' Charley, McDonald, the pres- The engsgement agencies bear out vv'- v"" the complaints of the actors. Their ent recorder, will Le a candidate for omces are oerrun -with applicants the democratic nomination for the for places they usually are. for that j office of sheriff x W. G. Gllmore Is a matter and some players are asfc-1 candidato for district attorney ontho ing for and accepting places much -.. .,, lower than- those to which they have t democratic ticket been accustomed. i Probate Judge Frank Gooabody, The cause seems to be the tendency ' now completing his seventh jear In on the part of producing managers that office, would have been willing this year to hold back on the produc- t0 nold thls position for life, but un- business. Managers who heretofore court goes, out of existence and hae had half a. doren new plas bo- J Goodbody says ho will retire, now fore the public, or in the course of , from official duty and his friends preparation by this time, are postpon- that wlth home-rule now assured ,nf, th L,PdCU0M MB, J'ear- th.r In Ireland he may return to the One flrto that announced some thlr- "" a J ty new pieces for production has put j "ould sod and try his hand In the only two of them in rehearsal so far. I political game in his native land, although It is preparing to start oth-, Allen It. English, familiar on the erssoon. Another firm that had three streets of Tombstone for thirty iXJ&&i ls h,a wrdVhat, hl rear, and onlv one new comnany In will cause his name to be placed (Dy L. J. Overlook.) BOSTON, Sept 1. Dullness was more responsible for the reaction than any aggressive selling. Stocks sagged off their on weight and buy ing orders were very limited. The rally seems to haVe exhausted all the enthusiasm and the trend Is again downward. Look for lower prices In both lists and advise sales on all strong spots. Paine, Webber and Co. Curbs dull and unchanged. De mand continues for Denn but offer lngs few and far between. Total sales New York, 417,200. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder not only cleanses, preserves and beautifies the teeth without in jury, butimparts purity and fra grance to the breath, removing instantly the odor of tobacco. Practical Fashions on the democratic primary ballot for the office of superior Judge. Mr. English ranks with tho ablest law- rehearsal Of the Broadway theaters that housed first class plays at this time jai srawu, seieu ui lucm uic ut,m .!. -nrt has m.inv or are playing motion pictures. Only,-''"0 " "" Y. two" new theaters, excluding the Win- friends ivho regard him as possess ter Garden and the Folles. Bergere, ing all the legal attainments re have been added to the list of latet qUjred for the correct application of year. Last year fifteen of the Labor 1 1. , wjr iracuuiu . m. jHy, .. , , m Mntloh nf th Pros- "W'W - .- , j ear there are only nine that can be considered new productions. All this means that there is less for pector. has positively declined to al low the further consideration of his the actors to do, for while there mayname f0r state senator. He Is the be the usual number of "road produc-. Q f fl t l0 f has held tlonB" to nil the out-of-town theaters, i"a" K . P, T,,.vf fnr Broadway productions ma be consld ! the banner of Col. Pickett for ered a measure of the managers' ac-, United States senator and he is tlvitles. It would seem, however, that j more enthusiastic over his home and productions for "the road" are propor- faTorite candidate than ever before. tlonately fewer so far this year. At Tn Prospcctor has been an import- least the big producing managers are sending out fewer companies. ant feature In all the Arizona cam- On the other hand, according to palgns during the last thirty years, some of the engagement agencies, and Hattlch sas that to mould po- there 'Rill be more than the usual ijitlcal opinion Is more glorious than numberof what might be termed one-1 tQ become a seif.seeklng candidate Downward Turn in Stocks NEW YORK. Sept. 7. After almost a week of steady advances In which stocks won back a part of tho heavy losses of the August decline, the mar ket suddenly reversed Us pesiton to day. Prices tumbled until a large portion of the recent gains were soon .eliminated. Some stocks, lurludlrg Baltimore and Ohio and Missouri Pa cific, fell to tho lowest points of the year. Such prominent Issues as Santa Fe. Canadian Pacific Lehigh Valley, Northern Pacific, Readliis; and Union Pacific fell back two points. U. S. Steel lost 1 S-. During the morn ing, trading was unusually Hst!ess. The afternoon became more active, culminating In a vigorous attack on the list. Tho stocks of the Hawley roads moved against the market. Iowa Central made especial' good gains. Bonds heavy. Sales, 52,028, 000. Governments unchanged. CLOSING QUOTATIONS New York Amalgamated . ..i 57 7-3 Atchison 1025-S Smelters SS 1-2 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 75 3-4 B. and 0 97 C. and 0 723-4 Canadian Pacific 2271-8 a F. L 30 Erie t 29 3-8 Great Northern 1157-8 Missouri Pacific 381-2 Lehigh 137 Northern Pacific 115 7-8 New York Central 103 3-81 M. K. and T. 29 W Pennsylvania 1203-4 Reading 1413-8 Southern Railway 23 St. Paul 1133-4 Steel C95-8 Steel preferred 1143-4 Southern Pacific 109 Union Pacific 1677-S Wheat September 921-2 December, bid 97 GIRL'S DRESS. XL ; If 41 St$i THEB ANKOF BLsfoee, Arizona. OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA CAPITAL, SURPLUS ANDIUNDIVIDED PROFITS $200,000.00 OFFICERS. W. H. BROPHY, President. J. S. DOUGLAS, Vice President. M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier. Deposits Over ONB MILLION Dollars DIRECTORS W. H. BROPHY, J. S. DOUGLAS, JjfJ BEN WILLIAMS, L. D. RICKETTS, M. J. CUNNINGHAM. Snail accounts are appreciated, and receive the same careful attention as larger ones. Customers of this Bank are offered every facility consistent with prudent banking. New accounts are invited. Eyes Examined and Glasses fit ted for All Refractive- Errors and Muscular Troubles. Dr, F. D.Rockefeller Optometrist Registered by Examination Ij New York, Minnesota and Art zona. With C. M. HENKEL, The one Price Jeweler and Optometrist. wVF.R 65 VCARC PERiCNCE company managers this season. Men with Just enough money to equip and send out one company arc venturing into the field, aad are taking charge of , plays that have outrun their big city usefulness, but that are still "good for the one-night stands." The big producers generally are adopting the policy of 'farming out" plajs of this sort to eliminate from their offices and clerical and manage rial work attached to "one-night stand" business. The one company manager, therefore. Is able to rent good tneatrical properties, and, of course, to give employment to many actors. Many of these actors, however, be long to the seemingly unlimited sup- for any office. Among the republicans In the county seat there Is a multitude of glooms. Jack Williams, the district attorney, since his return from Los Angeles, where he presided over the Hassayampa banquet table, has been devoting considerable time to tho repair of his "Hoot Nanny" automo bile and it is expected that he will ask for the republican nomination lor congress, although his name is mentioned In connection with the position of superior Judge In this county. A- H. Gardner Is as mum as a clam and refuses absolutely o December . September December October Corn Cotton nJi nf nMvflrs u.hr nrp Tint in riomnnd for New York productions. For the discuss either pontics or canai latter the Broadway popularity of an j dates. It Is presumed that he Is actor, combined, of course, with bisjwamng. to receive word from Ho ablllty. makes him In demand, and!yal Smltn Delegate Camerox when there are few Broadway produc- . . T . ,,.... ,j tlons underlay the demand falls off' Sneri" Jack Wh"e returned to There are plenty of announcements i Tombstone yesterday from Phoenix, made of future productions, however, i whore his family are residing for and the managers who are not soUjje present, he having recently pur nctlve as usual now. may make up for Lnase(1 a nlcJ rMidence property In their slackness later in the season . . ,. .. ji. ...,(-.i, Those closely connected with the the- cit- "a declared yesterday atrlcal business look on the delays in that ho would not be a candidate productions as a healthy sign. They j for any office, but that he would think that by holding off until a safe not be a nonenlty In the campaign, guess at business conditions In een-land that te expected to head a "get CIU CaU UV Ulauc luc uiauaguta vt .... 641-4 .... GC1-S 11.50 11.40 January 11.54 Boston Adventure . 5 Allouez 27 Arizona Commercial 11-4 Coalition 151-2 Centennial 93-4 Calumet and Hecla 420 Calumet and Arizona 51 Copper Range 53 Dally West 51-4 East Butte 107-8 Royale 14 Franklin 7 3-4 Granby 291-2 Greeno Cananea Cl-8 41-8 ,.... 20 90 7 S 21-4 have less chance of failures due to .even" committee and attend to some unseasonable productions, and will ' gentleman lor wnom ne pui a rou also be able to prepare their plays in pickle long ago. with greater care. The numDer oi) jn nisbeo there seems to be no productions a manager makes In a rugh for the IImensht on the part season, mcy say, is ui ico ujujc quence than the number of weeks the !l-4 This charming' little dress offers us jomethlng which Is really a novelty. It is worn wun a guimpe to wnicn lae long sleeves are attached, but these axay be omitted tn warm weather. To obtain the peasant shoulder effect there is a seam down the outside of the arm only, not around the annhole, and each half of tho sleeve Is cut In one with the front and back side bod ies of the dress. The central portion 'a full length In front and half length 'sx. the back, where It extends soma Ustance below the hips, producing the Impression of the French style. Tho skirt section Is quite short and is plaited from 'the edge of the front panel all around. Wash materials. such as linen, pongee silk, gingham, and also cheviot, serge and foulard lilk will be appropriate for this dress. The pattern (5183) Is cut In sizes 5 to 12 years. Medium size requires i yards of SSjlnch material and 1V4 wards th same width for the guimpe. To procure thli pattern end 10 cents to "Pattern DepwfnienV of this paper. Writs nam ana address plainly, and be. lure to elve glzat&nd number or pattern. Na 618S. - NAME TOWN 8TRECT AND NO. t STATD SIZE.. .HIHb' EX IsSIlIIS 'FfVJT L. J OVERLOOK BROKER Connecting with Logan & Bryan Private Wire System at Denver CORRESPONDENTS; Paine Web ber &. Co., Bos Aon and Calumet. Logan & Bryan, York. Chicago and New SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS Trade Mark D esi oh 8 COPVWUHTS && companies play to profitable business. But the actors who are not so for tunate as to be In the few early pro ductions don't like the idea of hav- thfy exTdXfoV'the nm 'sal7ry V will be a candidate for recorder day comes around. They all want to ! and it Is said that the democrats nf be at work at the beginning oi me sea- Lowell ana uisoee win give to mm of aspirants. At Lowell on Monday evening a large club was organized, but there was no one endorsed for any office and the meeting brought out no new candidates. Judge Mar- son, and the season Is supposed to be really under way on Labor uay. UP TO DATE Visitor Very sterile ground for pa Suntrysian Ye. I know, but then yer see ther cows gives nothln' but sterilized milk- a warm support for the office. Mike Hannon, a well-known Lowell demo cratic wheelhorse. Is being mention ed for the legislature. A. A. Mur ray, of Bisbec, is a candidate for district attorney. Fred Sutter is af ter the superior Judgeship and John Bolan is a candidate for sheriff. Tom Fnlghum. of Wlllcos, was in Tombstone, accompanying his daugh ters who were in the county seat to take examination for teachers' cer tificates. Mr. Fulghum says that the democrats of the north end of tho county .will expect to have a fair representation on the ticket, but that as yet there Is no declared candi dates. He told of the preparations being made for the Willcox fair and said that it would be a grand suc cess, as It was already known that people were coming from all over Cochise county and from the Gila valley in Graham county. He said that amplo accommodations would be provided for all. and that the people of Willcox would leave noth ing undone for the entertainment of the visitors. Glroux Hancock . ..-. Helvetia Inspiration Indiana .'. .. Keweenaw Lake Michigan Massachusetts . . ! C Mohawk 41 Miami 191-2 North Butte 24 North Lake 5 Nevada Consolidated 17 3-1 NIpplssIng 8 Osceola 89 Old Dominion 40 Parrott 10 Quincy . i C7 Shattuck 18 S. and B 2 7-8 Shannon . , 9 Utah Coppec 423-4 Utah Consolidated 13 Phelps Dodge 215 Curbs Saginaw, bid 3 Baltic 43-4 Algoma ... 4 B. and A. 3 B. and L. 12 Bohemia 21-4 Cactus, asked ...-... 12 Cordova, asked 25 Denn 51-2 D. Dally 98 Elcnita, asked 4 Ely Consolidated 40 Ely Central 3 Live Oak 20 OJlb 51-4 Ray Consolidated 141-4 Ray Central 13-S Rosalia 30 Sierra 21-2 San Antonio, asked .......:,.. 5 South Lake 5 Savannah, asked 1 Full Paid, asked 3 North TIgre. asked 12 Warrior, asked 2 Wolverine, asked 70 Goldfield 53-4 Lucky Tiger 6 Chlno ,-. 18 3-4 Ohio 11-2 Superior Globe, asked 12 Tonopah . C Kerr Lake 41-S Not Neat Looklno. "Have you done any surf batMae?" asked the citizen who was standing on the shore watching the sardine boxes and ths orange peels roll In. "No." replied the native, "we havea't done any. But we must admit the surf evidently wmS& lLf "Window" In the Jungfraujcch. Another step toward the completion of tho Jungfrau railway, tho highest railway in tho world, was accom plished on Juno 14. This was the opening of a 'window" In the Jung fraujoch, as the great connecting wall between . tho llonch and the Jungfrau Is called, at a height of 10, 955 feet above sea level, 4,185 feet higher than tho starting point of the line at the Little Scbeldcgg, and 9.075 feet higher than tho Interlaken. From this unique "window" a wonderful view will be obtained, embracing be sides the glaciers Immediately be neath it the peaks of the Schneeborn and Silberhorn, tho Lautcrbrunnen valley, the Wengernalp, part of Mur ren. and a glampso of the- Lake of Thun. The "window" forms a ventila tion shaft, also an outlet for the re moval of the debris from the tunnel, which formerly had to be transported back of the Elsmecr station; lastly tho fact of having reached this spot Is a vindication of tho plan of a rail way to the summit of tho Jungfrau. PATRICK M'GRANE. Named as Aoeompliee of Geidel In the New York Hotel Murder. ssssssssM'i" S" i-KssssssssBssssstti ) mhIHILBIIb B 4 .HHIIIIIIBlllllllllllllW E ..illlllllllllllH Anyoaa fAndlng s iketrb ant dMciiptkm nu quSc&It mrvfSn our opinion tr whether u tnratkm tt prcbaWy patentable Cotamttitie tt probaolr pAtentubl. Coiamome LlTconadenUiL HANDBOOK onFAtenu OldMt axeccy tor aecarfcrpatenu. Ukca tbrooeh Mann & Co. receln lec TUboat cfaarroL la the Scientific American. uoaa ttncu sent tie. OldMt ueccr A ho4OTne!r nhHtratod wtetlr. I.nrit r nUlton of AnytderUfls loarnil. Iermi.t3l rer: four till, L, 6oU JJI !nlir MUNNXGo.36'8'014"'' New York Htuicli 09c. fSb T 8U Wublor ten. D. C PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Photo by American tress Association. H Mm, , m ,' IssEastscsssWISLA&jTjTxbsssssS I The Shatluck Agents Anheuser Busch Beer Shattuck's Squirrel .... 242 s E Only 4 Cases Out of 187 Were Unsuccessful at Cananea SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 7. A new record In surgery was established by the surgeons at Fort Sam Houston during the six months the army was mobilized here. Of 187 operations per formed, 183 were successful, there having been three deaths as the result of transportation to the army hospital from other points. The causes con tributing to tho great success of the surgical work are said by Chief Sur geon Major Hutton to have been the excellent condition of the men, the ef ficient sanitation maintained at the camp, and the salubrity of the climate. The health report of the city for the month of August substantiates the fact that the climate here is a power ful factor In keeping the death rate to the lowest possible fraction the rate being only 77 aer 1,000. This record Is In strinklng contrast with the death rate for August la the largo slties of the north and cast. Tho sick rato in the camp ranged from 19 to 23 per 1.000, as against 12 per 1,000 In barracks elsewhere. 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