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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISREE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1912
MEV -ft r&g i, t3& m
S1 . 1
Paps Lose Third Straight
Game in Series at War
ren Park Terminat
ing the Scries
WAS 5 TO 4
The All Stars, true to their team
name, won the championship of the
Warren district Sunday afternoon at
Warren iark. terminating tbo champ
series with the third game, by do
featlng the Jloose", would-be cham
pions, by the- score of 5 tq 4 In one;
of the best games of tbo series,, Thu
scdres of the championship games
Mere as follows:
September 22, Stars 8, Mooo 3:
September 2S, Stars C, Moote 4; Oc
tober 6, Stars 5 Movjo 4.
Three Games Decide Series,
The teams were to play five game
If that many was necessary to de
cide the championship but the Star
won the first three games rendering
a further test unnecessary. Judging
by the score, the Stars are ensllv
the superiors of the Moose
Kemp pitched for the Moose lu
Sunday's game and his work was
steady and efficient Drown caught
them off.the willow ln explanation
of their defeat the Moose manager
bays, "thej simply cut-lucked us."
Dean worked on the mound for the
Stars but in the seventh Inning tlio
Moose landed on him for the price of
two runs aniline was relieved by Con
nolly, who finished the game 0111
caught both pitchers.
Was Pitchers' Battle.
It wa3 a pitchers' battle all the
way through and all pitchers wero
given splendid supjiort, there being
but four errors mado dur ng the
Chapman and Schultz were excei
tionally rtrong with the stick, getting
a three-bagger each DIedsoe, for
the Moose, also plaved a good game.
The runs came as follows
Moose ... 110000200 4
WORLD'S SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP
GAMES BEGIN IRIS AF1ERIIO0!
ISSb St Louis
1888 New York
1889 New York
1903 New York
BASEBALL SERIES OF FORMER YEARS
league Loser League Games
National Metropolitans A. A- 3 0
National St. Louis A. A. "i i
A. A Chicago National 42
National St. Louis a. A. 104
National St. Ixuls ' A. A. C 4
National Brooklyn A. A. 3 3
National Louisville A. A. 2 3
American Pittsburgh- National 4- 1
National Philadelphia American 41
American Chicago Natoual 4 3
National Detroit .American 4 0
National jOotroIt American 5 0
National Detroit American . 41
American Chicago National 41
American New York National 42
THESE MEN BATTLING
WITH BOSTON CHAMPS
Well, we think this
weather s a good time
for you to select
Your Rain-Coat or
We've this class of gar
ment in a great many
make in the regular
in a large range of
Made with that "PKESTO" col
lar the one you can wear
tnrrecl down llka-a regular col
lar, or turned up. making a pir
feet SrOtlM COLLAR.
S20.00 to $27.50
The plain TAN COLOR
COATS that are waterproofed.
With or without military collar.
And regular or Raglan shoul
der. JI7J50 for our popular number
S20.00 and $22.50
BLUE SERGE SUITS
Five Qualities-All Sizes
Schwartz Bros- Go.
The Safe Place Main St
Nir YORK. Oct 7 -The crowr
ing event of the professional base
ball season is at hand. The series for
the world's championship between the
New Yorks, twice champions of tho
National league, and the Hcslons, win
ners of this oar's pennant is the
American L"ague, will begin on the
Polo grounds in thir city tomorrow.
Today the umpires, official scorers
and respective owners of the con
testing clubs met with the National
commission to receive instructions
and perfect the final details for the
series, which will coutinu until onfe
of the teams has won four of the sev
en Rimes scheduled The Rimes will
alternate daily between this city anj
Baseball Leads Politics
It Is scarcely an exaggeration to say
that. wth nt large proportion of the
public lat least, the presidential cam
paign now on will drop into second
place itv interest while the world's
series Is being fought out. From the
hour that tho umpire cries "Play
Hall" tomorrow until the champion
ship flic. Is cinched by ont or the
other of the contesting teams tho
tens of thesandr. of baEeball fans,
from Hudson's Bay to tho City of
Mexico, from Coney Island to Manila.
will crowd around the tickers, scan
the bulletin boards nnd buy the news
Will Attract Big Crowd.
Prnlahlr tin tutrlnj Ihflt has evfr
been plaved In baseball will attract j
the attention this or.- will, and prob-j
ably no series, the weather being sult-i
able will equal it in attendance I
And what a time these twenty thrco
eligible Giauts and twentj two Red
Sox wjll have when the financial me!
on la sliced after the serlts is com
pleted The Polo grounds h-ive been,
put In shape to accommodate nearly J
".uun ri"tuiiun, wiuie renway rarK.
the new home of the Boston Amcrl
sans, will lake care of at least 40.000
and probably more As the prices are
more han doubled at these games
tho receipts for the post-stason series
this year should greatly exceed those
of any like series in the past, and the (
winning piaytrs are pretty sure ot mau
Ing a rake-off of from $2,500 to $5,000
each. If the senee sho.ild go to tho
limit tho profits of the club owners
should be enormous.
Favorite Team Cannot Lose.
s to what the series will bring,
forth the partisan fans hnve been,
keyed up to a high pitch trying to
convince themselves and others why!
tller favorite 'earn cannot lose. In
a lew of the fact that the Giants are
veterans, even when it comes to con '
testing for the world's flag, while the
Bostons, on the other hand, have been i
termed nov ices in comparison. It Is '
somewhat surprising that so man)
newspapers critics and others well
versed in the national game should
pick the Hub plavers to w-,n The av
erage New Yorker, of course, can sen
nothing to It but McGraw's team, but
It 1 n YiMl-ilil mill fiifnifi-nt tnnt
that around thp Broadway hotels and 1
other places where sporting men con
gresatf there tppare to be a ready '
taker for every bet oifered on tha i
Giants Whichever wiv the series I
goes, ther '.s already our thing that '
seems certain, and tiial io that a larg
er nmount of money w-.ll change hands '
on the result than has even been tho
How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, I1L,
Escaped The Sur
Peoria, III. "I wish to let every one
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Compound has don
I suffered. The doc
tor said I had a tumor
and the only remedy
was the surgeon's
knife. My mother
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today I am a well and
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Keed, 103 Mound St, Peoria, III.
Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided
Jeasup, Pa. "After the birth of my
fourth child, I had severe organic inflam
mation. I would have such terrible pains
that it did not seem as though I could
stand it This kept up for three long
months, until two doctors decided that
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"Then one of my friends recommended
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
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I was a well woman." Mrs. JOSEPH A.
Lynch, Jcssup, Pa.
Women who suffer from female ilia
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ful remedies the world has ever known,
iiefore submitting to a surgical operation.
For Cold and Wet Weather
Stars 102000002 5
The Bisbee Eagles will play the
Cananea Eagles next Sunday after
noon at Warren park and on the lol
lowing Sunda the Mooe and All
Stars mn i lay another gam' as the
gate receipts for tho prize.
Freak Fashion Disapproved.
A freak fashion on the part of a
man who has been attracting consider
able attention of late at tho theaters
In London is regarded by tho West
end dress experts with costempt. With
the regulation black evening dress and
white collar and tie this eccentric
wears a blark shirt front, relieved by
a white waistcoat.
Convict Returned Lost Rings.
During a visit sho paid to tho prison
in Marquette, Mich., the other day, a
wealthy Cincinnati woman lost two
raluable diamond rings An honest
life prisoner in the meantime found
the jewels in tho prison yard They
were In a chamois bag and probably
had been kicked about unconsciously
by other convicts The jewels were
oromptly returned to the owner.
arc plump and rosy.
If pale and sickly, some
thing Is wrong, and the s'gnal
should not be neglected.
It's often the case that food
does rot contain the certain
elements which Nature re
quires to meet the demands of
the rapidly developing body
One food which can bo de
pended upon- Is
It is made of wheat and
barley, and contains true tissue-building
tho Phosphate of Potash es
peclally leeded for promoting
A dish of Grape-Nuts and
cream each morning for a few
weeks, often works a marvel
ous change in the health of a
child, and children llko It.
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company. Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich.
l welve Men and Four Autos
Comprise "Machine" That !
I abors Valiantly '
Four machines were tno units of
the stone rolling "machine" that re
paired the road from Bisbee to Here
ford Sunday. There were only twelve '
men in the party but there were no
drones among them and the road was '
repaired for Its entire length and tno
first machine of the party drove in o i
Bisbee at 3 o'clock In the afternoon '
Partakes of Luncheon.
At Hereford the members of th
party gathered and enjoyed a splen
did luncheon of sandwiches and bev
crage The company was a congen
lal one and thp affair was a succo&r, ,
Eociallv as we'I as an occasion of
'We did not find the road in such
bad condition." said J. R. Henderson,
who with his Cole machine, was a
member of the party 'There weroi
only two very bad places in the road,
but as a whole It was washed and
"With but twelve men in the party
it was pretty heavy work but we got
through in good time ana tho road
is in good condition now."
With the duck hunting season on
and so many things doing in thu dis ,
trlct Sunday, the "stone rolling" suf
fered from counter attractions but
the twelve good men and true who.
repaired the road will have the
thanks of all who have occasion to
use the road and the business men ot
the city as well.
'SWEETEST GIRL IS
E BIG SUCCESS":
"The Sweetest Girl in Dixie" at the
Orpheum. made a decided hit Sunday
night. The plot is a beautiful one.
and the comedy rich and wholesome.
Miss Meade Is charming as the
"Sweetest Girl." Will M. Chapman is
decidedly clever as the old father, his
work is a finished piece of character
work. Miss Ivers Hoye as the negro
mammy is a scream from start to fin
ish, her lines and work are all that
possblly can be made out of the ex
ceptionally good role. Bert Hadley
and Grace McIIugh both have desir
able roles, and are giving good con
ceptions of them. Ed Lewis is a good
this master comedy romance. -!t is to
this master cmedy romance. It is to
be followed with Henry Miller's lat
est and greatest success, "The Great
CANYON STARS LOSE
TO LOWELL SOCCERS
Enthusiastic Bunch of Fans
Witness Classy Con
test at Warren
We have just received a large ship
ment of waterproof Horse Covers,
Stable Blankets, Horse Blankets and
Buggy Robes. A large assortment
to select from, including most any
kind and prices right.
Also Auto Shawls and Vails, all the
latest patterns and weights, in plaids
and solid colors. Prices $5. to $14
Come in and look them over; Hardware Dept.
, The Lowell United soccer team was
in its old championship form Sunday,
and defeated tho Tombstone Canon
Stars four goals to one. Tho game
was plaed at Warren Park Sunday
afternoon at 1 30 o'clock and was
witnessed by an enthusiastic Tjuncii
of fans The game preceded a game
of tJsebaU, and the Ninth Cavalry
band was another attraction.
KIrkbride p!aed a clever game for
for the losing team, and scored the
solitary goal made by tho Stars Tho
scorers for the Lowell team were
Barnes. Crowe, Johnson and Joe
Mitchell from penalty kick.
Several veterans of the game n
the district demonstrated their ability
to come back " Carty and J Held,
plavlng in Low ell's back field, put up
a classy game, and Ileid especially
Raises Butterflies for Profit.
L. W. Neuman ha3 a butterfly farm
at Bexley. Kent, England.. He sells
upward of 50,000 insects a year at
prices varying from two rents to $50
each as well as quantities of ova,
larvae, and pupae, at remunerative
rates. He regards $5,000 as the mini
mum figure for his sales in the year.
Returns by Innings of the world's
champion base ball series will be re
ceived at the Legal Tender, towell.
distinguished himself, handicapped as
he was by a strong wind. The Stars
have been unfortunate in losing t'ie
services of Bob Black, one of the
mainstays of the team, who suffered
n broken leg in a mine accident Fri
The next game on Octdber 20, the
Tombstone Canyon Stars- will - play
Don't judge too hastily from appear
ainces. The man who comes to our
back door, looking like a tramp, ma
be a retired capitalist trying to tun
his own auto. Judge.
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Here are the New York Gl3nts,
winners of the National League pen-
ant race, who next week will battle
with tho Poston Hed Sox for world'
championship honors t the top is
Manager McCraw. Then down the
left side, beginning at the top, aro
Doyle Dovore, Snod grass, Ames,
Myors, Wlltse and Marquard. At tho
right, top to bottom, arc Fletcher,
Mathewson, 'Murray, Crandall Tcs
Teau, Herzog and Marklc.
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of 1,000,000 in 1920.
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