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THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SBEE ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, 33NUARY 19, 1913.
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THE HOLD-OUT SEASON IS ON.
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Guess Wrong Again.
About Ave jears ago I wrote to you
that I had been a terrible sufferer
rrom kidney aud bladder troubles. anJ
tbat my pbyjiclan Informed mo that
my left kidney was in such condition
that there was no hope for my re
covery. I was adtiscd to try your
bwarap-Koot as a last resort, and af
ter taking four fifty-cent sizo bottles,
l passed a gravel stone which weigh
cd ten grains. I afterwards forward
ed you this gravel stone. Have had
no return of any trouble since that
time and cannot say too much In
favor of your wonderful preparation.
bwamp-iloot, which cures, after phy
Very Truly Yours,
K. ir. HOKKE.
Hoate 3. Box 30. Itoseboro, K C.
rersomjiiy appeared before me,
mm sist day of July, 1909. P. H.
Home, -ho subscribed the above
statement and. made oath that the.
same is true in substance and In fact.
JAMES M. HALT
I Letter to I
Dr. Kilmer & Co- I
1 uingnamton. N. Y. t
Prove What. Swamp-Root Will Do for
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
liamton. X. Y for a sample bottle.
U will convince anone. You "will
also receive a booklet of valuable in-
. formation, telling all about the kid
neys anu madder. When writing bo
sure and mentibn The Bisbee Daily
ltovlew. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
nores. Aaveruseinent. 6'.9,
Ibis Is the season wben baseball players set up a wail for better money. But tbey suneruUy ltlcu
to reason before the spring training season opens.
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GOL BOGEY PROVES
NO MATCH FOR GOPID
as Golfers Fancy Turns
from Game to Fair
MANAGERS FOR 1913 CHOSEN
This winter in Douglas the greeus
committee of the country club hae
bad a vexing problem which they have
Aieen seeking 10 solve. "Why the fall
ing of interest In the ancient Scottish
came of golt?" in past seasons golt
has held the palm for popularity, eaeh
iear the list of players showed in
creases over the last and each Sunday
the links were crowded but the pres
ent winter has been different, familiar
figures on the llnks'were absent, those
jvho could formerly be always counted
upon 10 make up a foursome were no
Tho Investigations conducted by the
Douglas Golf committee has develop
ed a remarkable situation Jt has bees
discovered tbat owing to the high per
centage of uulchrltude nmrinr the nw
rop of school teachers the unmarried j Pittsburgh
male gouers of the Smelter City ba7e : tnieago
no time for golf. Many of the best I Philadelphia
players who could formerly be foil ml I Cincinnati
each Sunday, driver in hand, may now) Brooklyn
be found driving -(not alone) alono' St. Louis
country roads or. clad in glad attire Boston
the steps of pome modest cottage, the I
uome of some popular tcaebejr aboat
the hour tbey formerly were teelnjr on I
Jrom the fifth tee. j 1
The committee in despair has about 1
decided to forbid any games but mix
ed foursomes on the Douglas links
Sunday afternoons, thus iermUtlng
the young men of the club to keep up
their interest In golf without forego
ing still more attractive jlii"ire-.
A Review- representative learns from
the committee of the Warren District
Country club that no similar influence
is undermining golf interest bere.
Their opinion is that such a condition
could not here exist as the litebee
teachers have alwajs averaged so
high in beauty that a whole fcery oV
Lillian RusselU could not shake local
enthusiasts in their loyalty to the
All the clubs in the major leagues have engaged their man
agers for the coming season. The list shows that quite a number
of new pilots will be seen in the big show when the gong rings
for the opening game next April. Joe Tinker of the Cincinnati Reds,
Miller Hugging of the St. Louis Cardinals, Johnny Everd of the
Chicago Cub, and George Stanlllng?, of the Boston Braves, are the
new managers In the National League. Frank Chance, of the New
York Highlander!,, is the only aevr manager in the American league,
although George Stovall, of the SL Louis Browns, and Joe Birm
ingham, of tho Cleveland 'Naps, may comt under the head o Inew
managers in the major leagues for 191." and 1912 follow:
Frank Chanee i i
John MeGraw .
aim gins. jnis was ojten only a
few- days' work at a time, but which
helped to supply their Immediate
Six hundred and .eight calls were
maae uurmjr me year by the secretary
in the interests of the work. Mis
lanes were no .count made In somj
, cases, and frequently the efforts made
to Improve certain conditions and to
straighten out difficulties that existed
seemed fruitless, yet much gratitude
has been shown by many who have
been benefitted, not only in the wav
of financial aid but also because of
me interest taken in their welfare.
We have been much gratified with
tho hearty co-operatloa and splendid
financial support given ns by many of
tne Business firms. We also thank
ine various cnurcnes aud societies
that have given us their help, as well
as those who have 'contributed their
services in any way and those from
whom we have received donations of
any kind, all of which has made our
work more practical and efficient.
Charity Committee of the Board of
BIG BONSPIEL AT EDMONTON
EDMONTON. Alta., Jan. 18 Be
decked in shanter and .mitts an army
of curlers came to town todsy to par
tiripate In the eighth annua! provin
cial bonsplj-1, nnder the auspices ot
the curling clubs of Greater Edmon
ton. The entries include rinks from
jtoints as far distant as Toronto and
Vancouver, with practically all of the
leading- clubs of Manitoba, Saskatche
wan and Alberta represented. The
contests will continue an entire week
and will be conducted simultaneously
on eighteen sheets of ice. Many hand
some trophies and valuable prizes wHl
be distributed among the winner of
LID KICKED OFF.
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 18. The box
ing lid Is golngjo be kicked off Mil-
. 'i V r,,i.l..- .....1
a ten roum
fore tho National Athletic club. The
articles for the fight were signed to
day. This is the first real show- at
tempted since the sheriff prevented
the Woltjast-SrcFariand boat No in
terference Is looked for from the authorities.
Mike Giubonf and Wildcat Fcrn
Titve been signed to box ten rounds in
Iftdianatiolls next month.
Since the t rawley Boxing law went j
into effect in New lork the receipts
of the bonng hows in the state
have amounted to S1.15,7i0.
Ttie New York Yankees have signed ,
second baseman "Dodger" Pinley and
Pitcher Pate Martin, two clever
Connie Mack has signed Pitcher
Robert MeGraw, of the Pueblo (Colo.)
High School tm. and Intends to
take him In tow before the season of
1913 is over.
Sir James Callahan, manager of
the WTilte Sox. says tnat sitting oa
the bench is not to his liking, and that
be will play himself In left again
After being ont of the game for aJ
couple of years, OrvJe Overall, former
ly of the Cubs, wants U come back
and pitch for any big ltogHe team ex-1
cent the Cubs.
That IIO,00 salary for live year
Frank Klaus, the Pittsburg middle'
weight, will return oon to France
J where he meets Bill Papke on March
5. Klaus cleaned up $11,000 in bU
fights during his last trip to Europe.
American League fans will miss
"JHg Jack' PoweR. the St. Lofiis
Browns' veteran p'tcher recently re
leased to the Louisville club. Jack
has been twirling in the big yard for
the past sixteen years.
Ray Branson wants to meet Mike
Gibbons at 115 pounds ringsida for
Jl.OiX n side.
Charley Griffin, the Australian, and
Young Shugrue' have been signed to
box in Waterbury. Conn., Jan. 23.
y. M. C. A.
The 1913 sport season at the Y. M,
C. A. is now in full swing. A four
teura basket ball league has been or
ganized, the Tuesday boxing contest"!
have been again started and a bowl
ing team Js being organized. Prac
tically all t:c extensive repairs at the
building have been completed and
the second half of the winter reason
is looked forward t$ as holding avery
promise of bet it.; niguiy successful.
The Y. M. C A. basket ball league
was formed last week and the first
;:ame o fthc tourt..nttnt was played,
Tim tournamoiit v.u; take Uie plato
ot the volley ball league, which ro
cently doted its s-aon. Matches in
the league will be plaved each Thurs
day night, al four teams playing at
each meet The season will end March
The Y basket ball teams has made
an exceptionally fine showing during
the last two weeks. Twice the star
team of Douglas has come up to Bis
bee and each time they have been de
feated. The team Is now in excellent
Chronic Constipation Cured. J working condition and it Is assured
"Five years ago I had the worst! that the Bisbee boys will makes a
case of chronl? constipation I ever! strong bid for first place at the South
knew of, and Chamberlain's Tablets J western Basket Bali championship
cured me,' writes S. F. Fish. Brook-1 tournament, to be lield at El Paso,
lyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers. An excellent boxing -card will bo
Advertisement. staged on Tuesday night.
The chance are that Al Palier and
hit manager Tom O'Ronrke will part
company oijce more. Palzer berlcve".
tbat he can get along without a man
ger Leon Ketchell, the lS-ycar-oId broth
er of the lafe middleweight wonder.
Stanley Ketchnll, , Is- fn New $ York
to, male hisfleJut.irithe game that
madefiU brother famous.
GRAY HAIR TURNS ITS NATURAL
COLOR AFTER A! TEAYLIHGPSPGE
service as a teacher of baseball in UvA wirrt tilnrmr It- D-arb-. it's usually too sticky so Insist npoa
Prance didn't look good to Jean Duj Reatitifnllv nnH Tat-P i cttlnS "Wyetha- wnlch can be de-
buc so he will stick with the Detroit ens tteatUItUliy ana 1 akeS pended t(0n to re-rtore natural color
Utt Uandrun j and beaaty to the hair and Is the best
remedy for dandruff, dry. feverish.
Almost every one kno-v that Sage! itcby scalp and to stop falling hair.
Tea and Sulphur. properJxcompound J Folks like "Wyeth's Sage ana Sul.j
-J. brings back the natural color and , phur" because no one can jowlbly
lustre to the hair when faded, streak- fell that yo ndarkened your hair, as
cd or gray, also cures dandruff. Itch It does it so naturally and evenly.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
This remedy has j superior tor
roughs and colds. It is pleasant to
tnke. Ir contains no opium or other
bartftfUr. It always cere. Fof wH
hr all dealerfc Advertibement.
Ik mussv and troublesome.
Nowadays skilled chemists do thib
better than ourselves. By asking at
any drug store for the ready-Uuse
jfodtict called "Wjeth" Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy" you will-gat
a large liottle tor about HO cents.
1 taklag ono unall Strang at. a time j
This requires but a few moments, by
morning the gray hair disappears ad
after another application or two is
restored to its natural color and loolu.
even awre beautiful and glossy that
Somo drnilFts make their own but J ever. AdycrttbemeiU.
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