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" in, niSBUE DAILY KfaVlKW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1912. 1 PAGE THREE f I i i ' im M ' I H t i n ft I r r I' J TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR PIRATES MAKE THEM MODEL BASEBALL TEAM "5cT''u mm hi rrmpniiiim.juLJj.iau ii fife?' PITTSnunG. April 9 (Special) Manager Fred Clarke, of the Pirates, is a great stickler for form, and in sists that his men lead very model lives, at least during training season He has just Issued a table of ten commandment's for tho team which are all "Don'ts." litre they are: 1 Dont smoke cigarettes. If you must use tobacco select a good Pitts burg stogie or a pii.e. 2 Don't drink. Alcoholic stimu lants used In moderation may do ilt tle harm; they can do no good, and they are dangerous Better l.e a teetotaler. I! Don't keep late hours. "Early to. bed and early to rise" is sUU.a.gpcd rnixlm. 4 Don't wimble. Worrying about an ace-lull that was beaten last night or wondering how the horses are running while play li in progress arc alike distracting. r Don't be n grouch. Cheerfulness is a very desirable imala., In an Middleweight Elimination Tournaments Are Failures SAN FRANCISCO, April S The so-called elimination tournaments are a delusion and a snare. Uko desert trails they lead nowhere in particu lar. The best In store for anyone who follows them is a glimpse of a mir age tor something equally unstable and misleading. In the memory of man, about the only elimination tourney that held the even tenor of Its way and pro duced a practical result was the one inaugurated at I.os Angeles for the purpose of developing a challenger for Abo Atteli. I A Trial Will Convince Any- one-The Great Kidney Remedy Never Disappoints A few years ago I wn troubled with a complication of kidney and stomach ailments and although I tried two or three different doctors, I was unable to obtain a cure. Having heard a great deal about Swamp Koot. I decided to give it a trial and purchased a one-dollar bottle of Mr Alexander, the druggist. From - the beginning I could notice a change for she better and after taking eight bot tles of your medicine, I felt entirely cured and have not had any trouble since. Had I began using Swamp-Root sooner, I would have been a few hun dred dollars to the good and saved myself a lot of suffering. You may use my testimonial any time you wish. Yours very truly, CHARLES E. HARRIS, 4G0 Sixth St. Marion, Iowa. I certify that Charles E. Harris signed the above testimonial In mr presence, being fim duly sworn to the truth thereof, this the 12th -day o! July, 1009. D. TL KINLEY. J. P. ! Letter to I Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. prove What Swamp-Root Will Do for You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co, Bins hamton, X. Y., for a samrle bottle It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable In formation, telling all about the kid neys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention The Bisbee Daily Uevlew. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores. -. 3j- . body a ballplayer in ' particular. Sharp answers and displays of temper on the field interfere with successful team work and often cause enmities ( Don't procrastinate. If any thing interferes with reporting on time cut it out. Tardiness sets a bad eiamplo. 7 Don't be a backbiter. If you have an idea that the club Is not be ing conducted properly toll tho man. ager about it. If your suggestions are good he'll appreciate them. f- Don't be a (flitter. If you are getting a bad break in the' luck, brace yourself and tight all the harder. 9 Don't sulk. It you've been .called down the cliances are that you deserved it, and you'll gain noth ing bv Hlimwng oiir teetn. 10 Don't bait the umpire. P.ase ball Jaw gives him the advantage oer you at all times so that it docs not pay to oppose him The captain will attend to all the necessary kicking For fcyther particulars see Johnny Kilbane. Tho main purpose of elimination 'tourney is to give promoters a chanco to work up Interest in the operations of relays of no-good fighters. Just at present two far western match hand lers are In the throes of elimina tion tourneys. McGrath of Los An geles is running one and Coffroth of San Francisco the other. it looks as if each of the promoters is impaled upon a double-horned dil emma. He has no material worth while to carry on with, and ho has failed to arouse anything that savors it 1 ami left ii" . MS BEEN DISCOVERED The Tribe of Smiths Left th Baseball-There Are 54 i Can you stop the Smiths? iSc not In baseball, anyway. What is a league without a Smith? What would the great game be without the Smiths who hate come and gone in baseball uniforms? It Is doubtful if there were ever so many Smiths in the game as was the case during 1911. There was a batallion of them. Smiths In every position and Smiths left over. Look at the Smiths and count 'em up The valliant sons of Old Man Smith, who third based on the Ararat lea gue and was the only fellow of tho time who could hit Cy Young: National league Four Smiths: The Ilrooklyn third baseman, the St. IjOuIs utility man. tho Cincinnati pitcher and tho Chicago pitcher. American leasue One Smith: The Cleveland catcher. American Association One Smith: the catcher for Minneapolis. Western leaiue One Smith: The rltchor for Lincoln. Eastern league Three Smiths: Tho pitcher for Newark, one second-basing for Newark and one shortstopping for Toronto. New York Stt league One Smith: second base at Troy. Michigan state One Smith: Sec of enthusiasm so far as the public 13 concerned. It Is with the San Tranclsco tourney that this article has mainly to do So far fn thn lino nr ollmlnntlon bouts. we Imve bad Frank Klaus and Sailor Pctroskey, Klaus and Jack Dillon Klaus came to ug heralded as the most promlsln? middleweight In sight, wltb tho possible, exception of Etldlo McGoorty. ind he ha proven a good deal or a dlssapolntment. In his llrst encounter ho was not eiual to the tar.k of stopping tho fellow who wears a blue jacket's uniform between his matches Mid who knows more about the dog watch than be does about tho technique of lighting. In tho next affair Jie gained tho decision through superior condition, but apart from his tendencies toward erpt ual motion, uncovered nothing to leave a lasting impression in the minds of those who watched him work. It Is said now that there Is some hitch over the bringing together of Klaus and MtOoortv. They may box later in tho jear, but if the bout falls through all together, so far as San Francisco Is concerned, no disappoint ment will be felt around here. The local fight followers know noth ing about McGoorty, but If he is mer ely a. rival of Klaus and the term rUal carries' tho usual suggestion of something approaching quality It is felt that McGoorty can be no great shakes. California patrons of boxing feel rather slum over the outlook of the mlddlewelghts. With a cessation of activity among the lightweights; with tho featherweight problem nearly worked out and with the heavyweight situation all heads and jioints on account of tho malign in lluenco of one Jack Johnson, it was felt thought that the middles could keep the ball rolling and supply good en tertainment, nut judging from what has hapjened so far, the middle w eights are, a icor lot. "What would Stanley Ketchel have dono to your Dillon and Klaus?" ask ed one man coming away from Coff roth'a arena. "Or what would Papke have done to them when he was lighting well, or dlugo Kelly when in Ids prime?" re marked another. "Of course if one recalls the boxers of even a year ago, he is accused of living in tho past, but why should there be such a falling away of the fighters when the world Is progressing by leaps and bounds In everj' other direction?" The middleweight division Is cer tainly In" an anaemic condition and it needs an infusion of new blood good hot fighting blood at that. That there will bo a Klaus-McC.oorty match is inevitable and It may be that Klaus will show better form than he has yet done, but in the meantime there is a suspicion that Mike Gibbons Is the youngster who Is likely to inject a lit tle ginger Into the mlddlt weight pug ilism. Word has been received hero that Gibbons, finding himself growing heav ier, is going to toss his chapeau into the middleweight ay and dare Mc Goorty or the next B?Rt man to boot it. And, with no klwledge of Gib bons apart from what he has accom plished with the welters, there Is more speculation in the west as to what would happen if McGoorty and GU buns get together than attaches to the contemplation of tho Klaus Mc Goorty clash. It is said that some foreigners will happen along presently Dave Smith the Australian champion, is expected, and .George Carpenter, the French man, has threatened to invade Amer ica. But thTe is doubt as to whether Smith or Carpenter are bona fide mld dlewelghts. If they can conform to the 15S pound standard, they should be given a royal welcome, for even the most optimistic must admit that the mid dleweight class is in a moribund con dition Just at present. , BAY CITY BANQUET. BAY CITY. Mich., April 9. At the McKiniey Club banquet, which is to be given here tomorrow night on the eve of the republican state convention to select delegates to the Chicago con vention, tho Taft administration will be represented ou the speakers' list by Secretary of Commerce and Labor Na gel. Former Senator Albert J. Bever idge of Indiana will appear as the. chief spokesman for t,he Roosevelt candidacy. c Family Hearth to Play n the National Game. ond base for Holland. ' Appalachian Three Smiths: Util ity man at Cleveland, pitcher for Ash ville, second base for Bristol. Nebraska Five Smiths: Pitchers at Kearney, Seward and Fremont, sec ond base at York, short stop at Grand Island. Western Canada One Smith: Sec ond base at Brandon. Central Kansas One Smith- Pitch er for Concordia. Tri-State Two Smiths: Pitcher and third baseman at York. Virginia One Smith: Catcher of Danville.' South MJehigan Three Smiths: Outfielders at Adrian and Battle Creek, pitcher at Flint. Wisconsin-Illinois Three Smiths Catcher at Madison, outfielder at Green Bay, second base at Rockford. Three I Two Smiths: First base'i at Decatur, pitcher at Davenport. Carolina Two Smiths: Pitcher at Spartanburg, third baseman at Green ville. Cotton States Two Smiths: Pitcher at Greenwood, right field at Hattlcs burg. Pacific coast Two Smiths: Catch er for Los Angeles, -right-field for San Biliousness is Bad Enough In itself with Us headaches, tour stomach, unpleasant breath and nervous depression but nervousness brings bad train of worse ills if It is not soon corrected. But if you will clear your system of poisonous bile you will be rid of present troubles and be secure against others which may be worse. BEECHAM'S PILLS act quickly and surely they regulate the bowels, stimulate the liver and kidneys tone the stomach. Then your blood will be purer and richer and your nerves won't bother you. The whole world over Beecham's Pills are known as a most efficient family remedy, harmless but sure in action. For all disorders of the digestive organs they are regarded as the Best Preventive and Corrective Th 4!rctioBt with .T.ry box ar. v.tu.M. iprLUr for tnnia Sold Tfywbr. In boxtt 10c. ZSe. COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO, REDUCTION WORKS We Are Now in the Market for the Purchase of Copper Ore and Copper Matte Correspondence Solicited Address Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co. DOUGLAS ARIZONA Brief Local Items Duluth Visitors Hee Chester A. Congdon, of Duluth, Miss Cougdon and Miss Helen C. Cong don, are 'registered at the Copper Queen hotel, having arrived yester day from Douglas, whero they haie been visiting relatives. .Mr. Congdon is interested in Calumet and Arizona, Old Dominion ard'etbar Arizona min ing companies. Officer Goes to Courtland Officer C. N. Thomas went to Courtland yesterday, to serve papers in a civil suit in Justice T. D. Bur dlck's court. Ho went in the after noon. Inspect Water Company J. J. Bowen, Jloss Grilith and R. A. Tovroa went to Courtland yesterday .by automobile on business connected with their fnterests in the Courtland water company, returning in the af ternoon. Constable C. N Thomas was also in the party. Funeral of James Pollack Tho funeral of James H. Pollack, the young man who died at the Doyle Tooming .house here on March 31, was held yesterday morning at ten o'clock from tho O. K. undertaking paijlors, conducted by Ilev. Father Muerer. The delay in holding the funeral was caus?d by inability to communicate with the Colorado rela tives of tho young man. Interment was In Evergreen cemetery- Body Sent to Michigan The tody of It. II. White, who was accidentally killed in a mine acci dent, was sent to his former home at Ishpemlng, Mich., yesterday after noon, accompanied by Thomas Icr will. Tho body was escorted to the station by the local lodge of Knights of Pythias, of w hich White was a mem ber in Michigan, and a large num ber of friends were at the station. Girl Break Arm Little Edith Randall, a ten year old school girl of Don Luis, fell and dislocated her collar bone yesterday noon, as she was. running homo from school. The bono was reset by Dr. N. C. Blesoe. Recent Arrivals Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fuller, of Don Luis, a girl; to Mr. and Mrs. Luis J. Cossich, of Upper Lowell, a boy; to ..Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Green, of Clawsbn avenue. School hill, a boy on Easter Sunday. Registration Increases At tho close of the day yesterday, upwards of four hundred and fifty voters had registered at the office of City Clerk P. H. Fitzpatrick, for the city election on May 27. Francisco. Southern Two Smiths: Outfielder for Montgomery, shortstop for Mob ile. New England One Smith: Outfield er for Brockton. South Atlantic Ono Smith: Out fielder for Columbia. Ohio State One Smith: Outfielder for Marion. Texas Four Smiths: Second base at Austin, left field at Austin, pitch er at Waco, third, base at Galveston. Central Two Smiths: Pitchers at Grand Rapids and Terre Haute. Kitty League Three Smiths: Out fielder at Cairo, catcher at Hopklns ville, outfielder at Henderson. Mountain States One Smith; Pitcher at Pomcry. Canadian Two Smiths: Positions not stated at Lincoln and Brantford. Total Smitis (dedjcjtlng duplica tions Smiths who figured in both ftho minors and majors during 1D11) 51 catchers; 7 pitchers; 17 first base men; 1 second baseman; 8 third base-! men. 3 shortstops; 3 outfielders; 11 nullity and -unclassified. TASTE, SMELL A Simple, Harmless Remedy Quickly Relieves Ca tarrhal Deafness The thousands who suffer the mis eries of colds and catarrh and claim they have never found a cure can get instant relief by simply anointing the nostrils with Ely's Cream Balm. Unlike internal medicines which up sets tho stomach, or strong snuff which only aggravate the trouble, this cleansing, healing, antiseptic Balm Instantly reaches the seat of the trouble, stop the nasty discharge, clears the nose, head and throat, and brings back tho sense of tabte, smell and improves the hearing. More than this, it strengthens the weakened and diseased tissues, tiuis protecting you against a leturn of the trouble. This remedy will cure a cold in one da, and prevent its becoming chronic or reMiitlng in catarrh. Nasal catarrh is an Inflammation of the membrane lining the air passage, and cannot Jm reached by mixtures taken into the stomach, nor can it be cured by snuffs and powders which only cause additional irritation. Don't waste time on them. Get a j0 cent bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and after U3ing It lor a day you will wish you had tried it sooner. Mothers should give the children Ely's Cream Balm for colds and croup. It is perfectly harmless, and pleasant to take. 91 Personal Mention C. L. Johnstone, of Douglas, was In the city ou business yesterday. Mrs. John S. Williams, Jr., of aco- zari, Sonora, is in tho city. J. C. Smith, of Cananea, was in the city yesterday, registered at the Corper Queen hotel. G. J. McCabe and Mrs." McCabe, of Hereford, were in the city yester day, guests of the Copper Queen. William Rowe. 'of 'Quality hill, is at the C. and A. hospital, ill of pneu monia. ENGAGEMENT ENDS TONIGHT Tonight Is tho last appearance ol Mr. James A. Reilly at the Royal theater. Tho people of Bisbee have bee agreeably surprised in Mr. Reilly. who has proven himself one of the most versatile entertainers that, has graced the local boards for some time.' and will welcome a return en gagement in the near future. Mr IUlly will change his entire act to night, which will include some of his favorite yodels and poems from James Whitcombo Riley. ALMOST A MIRACLE. One of tho most startling changes ever seen In any man, according to V. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., v-as effected years ago In his brother. "He had such a dreadful cough," he writes, "that all our family thought he was going Into consumption, but he began to use Dr. King's New Dis covery, and was completely cured by ten bottles. Now he is sound and well and weighs 218 pounds. For many years our family has used this wonderful remedy for Coughs and Colds with excellent results." It's iulck, safe, reliable and guaranteed. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bot tle free at all druggists. Advertise in The -Review. ZZZ . . . 3J Theatre I i JAKOB SCHMIP, Owner and Mgr. If The Five Cent Show is Here to Stay NEW PICTURES-PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY Admission 5 Cents The greatest volume of entertainment for the price in the Southwest 25 New Reels Of Pictures A Week RO Y A I THEATRE A- A GLIMPSE OF TRIPOLI -"Eclipse." Showing tho scenes of Tho Italian-Turkish war. COUSIN BILL "Kclipso" Bill comes in from the country to visit his City coimsins and has a very exciting time. A whirlwind comedy THE FIRST VIOLIN "Vltagraph" The quintessence of pathos and emotion that is music to the soul. Vaudeville James A. Reilly Yodler and comedian and sini;er. CAUGHT IN THE TOILS "Kalem" A story of real life that Is In teresting from title to finish. THE WIDOW OF RICKIE O'NEAL "Sellu" A breezy comedv with an impressivo Vein of pathos. Admirably presented with regard to detail. Tuesday matinee at 2:30 sharp Admission 10 Cents. Evening per formance commences at 7 o'clock a continuous show. Admission 10 and 15 Cents. o RPH EU THEATRE VAUDEVILLE (New) VAN AND LIVINGSTON, German Comedians. Singing, talking, dancing and artistic whistling. 5 PICTURES 5 PICTURE WHITER, Beautiful Indian Story. HEIR APPARENT, Gorgeous display of royalty and equipage. ANCIENT ROME AND HER PRISTINE SPLENDOR, Historic. THE PRESENTMENT, dram.i. COMMUTER'S WIFE, Comedy. ADMISSION 10c loc 25c. QRPHEUlUl S THEATRE AV MONDAY, APRIL I5t TilAlR OLD I. "The Polish Poet of the Violin," one of greatest artists who ever lived, and celebrated an the world, and ...RUDOLPH POLAK... Bohemian Pianist who has played in the gn. cities of Europe and America, will tavor the people of Bisbee, Monday, A 15, with the same musical program that has delighted everywhere. They have just finished an engagement with Mme. Nordica. Eames and Schumann Heinck. and are returning for Continental engagements. Tho press everywhere are extravagant in praise of these great artists. Seats on sale Saturday, April 13, 2:30 p.m. Prices $1.50 $1.00 75c and 35c The Southern Pacific Railroad Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO, Arizona . Sanora A Customs Brokerage Agency under the management of T. E. PASCHAL. Forward your shipment In his care. He Pays All Expense and collects from consignee on de livery of shipment at destination. Service prmpt and efficient Charges moderate. The Line has just been opened to TEPIC Let us tell you something of the LANDS and MINES of the West Coast of Mexico. H. LAWTON, G. F. & P. A. Guaymas, Sonora If. as announced, China has eman cipated its -women. John will have to tontinue doing the laundry work. M THE ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO RAILROAD CO. PASSENGER SERVICE Dairy South Bound North Bound 7:35 a. m. Lt Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m. 8-15 a. m. Lt Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m. 9:00 a. m. Lt Duncan Lt 2:36 p. a 10:23 a. m. Lt Lordsburg Lt 1:33 p. m 11:30 a. m. Ar Haehita Lt 12:10 p. m. South bound train connects with Southern Pacific west bound tralo No. 1, leaTing Lordsburg 10:57 a. m Mountain Time. South bound train connects with El Paso & Southwestern eatt hnnne train for EI Paso, leaving Hacalta at n.o;j s. m., Mountain rime, and With west bound train for rtnnplaa and Bisbee, leaving Hacalta at 11:58 a. m.. Mountain Time. A. T. THOMSON, TTm Manacer Hllflon Arizona. Las Angeles women are organizing a society for the mental uplift of so ciety men. Going to put them to work? Comeptitlor. among those little Standard Oil companies? Sure. Each is trying to declare the biggest dividend: A till i I ?: ;; u .-.-.yji i f " " Mii.iam..ftMft-?'. r -:T ' " 4 V --'