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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1913.
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BRIDEGROOM STOLEN
TAKES LONG TRAMP
Alleged Friends Play Un
pleasant Prank Upon
New Benedict
Tlio marriage of Miss Mima Neva
of Whttetuouth, Canada to Mr. Ed
ward Kemne' of Shreteport, La oc
curred la the Presbyterian churcn
Sunday evening at 8:30. Rev. J. E.
J-ry tied the nuptial knot
The bride was attended by Miss
liendricksoo. Dr. L. C. Conzales wait
Dest man.
Even their most intimate friends
had not been advised of tho wedding
and )ato Sunday night a searching
Iiarty was organized to locate and
comjrntulate the newly weds.
Sir. Kemner was taken by surprise.
and also from his bride hurriedli,
bundled into an auto conveniently
waiting and treafd to a moonlight
ride to a point across the Mexican
line near Naco where his psuedo
friends persuaded him into bidding
them farewell. Mr. Kemner returned
to the hospltabln Mule mountains a la
ston several hours later.
JLj, and Irs. Komner will spend
their honeymoon visiting California
joints and the Grand Canyon after
which they will reside In Bisbee
where thlr numerous frieuds wish
them many years of wedded happi
ness. , GREAT CORN SHOW
' COM MIMA. iTcTjan. 27. Corn of
eery kind and description known to
the American farmer Is on display at
the fifth National Corn exposition,
which was opened in this city today
and will be continued for two weeks.
All of the southern states are repre
sented, while the- cxhiStu from the
middle and western states: are more
numerous than at any of the previous
shows.
One of the most interesting features
's the exhibition of the results obtain
ed by the boys of the country In
their efforts to ra'se more and tetter
corn to a git en area than their fath
ers and grandfathers. Nearly 1000
exhibits of corn grown by boys are In
cluded in the exposition.
During the two weeks of the show
thero will Ije daily lectures 3y noted
agricultural experts and conferences
of many farmers' organizations Im
migration and labor, agricultural ed
ucation and the 'various' problems per
taining to the Improvement of rural
life are to bo discussed, as well as all
the phases of scientific and practical
farming.
TO RELY ON INSANITY PLEA
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y Jan. 27.
John j"I. McGuIre was arraigned for
tr"ai today on a charge of having mur
dered Sereno Starrett of Rochelle
He'guts on October 3 last McGuIre
was emplojed by Mr. Starrett as but
ler for several months and was dis
charged. On the night of the murder
ho forced his way into the Starrett
residence, and, it is charged, that re
ihot and killed Mr Starrett while
tty latter was 111 In bed.
It 13 expected that the defense will
m based upon a plea of insanity.
Eier since his arrest McGuIre has act
ed in an irrational manner. His at
torney declares that, he inherited In
sanity and it is expected that his old
mother, whose home Is in Tennessee,
will appear at the trial to testify in
sulstantiation of. the insanity plea.
DANCING ACADEMY
Starting Friday. Jan. 3IsL, at Fair
Hall, Williams & Clark, teachers.
Terms reasonable. Competent as
iistauts. Advertisement 193
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cansot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENtr & CO- Toledo, O
We. the under!znel. have kaown V 3
tbeney lor the last IS years, and bcHn-o
tlm perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his Arm.
NATIONAL BANF Or COMMERCE.
. TotsJj, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure !s taken Internally,
ac:;np d'rectly upon the blood and mu
cous jrarfaei-s of the nystem. Testimonials
neat rrr. l'r'-- 73 cent3 p r bottle. Sold
Ziy all rrnirslst.
Tato Halk's FamUr P1H tor constipa'Iott.
eisGiimann's
Fresh shipments regu
larly received at this
store. Phone your order
and it will be promptly
filled.
J.BrAngius
"The Pure Food Grocer"
PHONE 29
YEAST
FIFTH CUT NOW
AT FORT UGH
First Division Under Colonel
Wilber Arrives from
Hawaiian Islands
The first division of tho fifth
United States cavalry, in command of
Colonel W. E. Wilber, arrived at
Port Huachuca yesterday, relieving
to troops of the Ninth cavalry that
have Leen stationed at the fort since
4hc departure of the Fourth cavalrj
.for Honolulu. The Fifth arrived at
San Francisco on tho transport Sher
idan on Suuday.
The Filth caalry is being trans
ported to Fort Huachuca in two sec
tions. The second section is
tctci to amvo later in tho week.
The regiment left its mounts in Ha
tail and will have to secute mounts
here. Words has been lecelved that
the Fourth cavalry has already ar
rived at Honolulu and Is now sta
tioned at ScboSeld barracks.
ADOPTS ELECTROCUTION
District cf Columbia .Abandons Hang
ing as Death Penalty
WASHINGTON, D. a. Jan. 27.
Electrocution instead of hanging will
be th.e punishment for first degree
murder In the district of Columbia
if a bill, passed by the house today
and already passed by the senate, is
signed by President Taft
SENATOR GETS LOST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 27.
Senator Crane of Massachusetts knows
as much about congressional machin
ery as anybody, but when he venturtd
to the house side capital today he got
lost in a cellar and had to find an
elevator man to guide him out.
Personal Mention
J. W. Itoss has returned from Pnoe-
nix.
Dee McKee. a Cananea business
nan is in the city.
Phnrlo WiTVpl mfltWCPr of thfc
Cananea Cattle company, was in the
city jesterday on his wa to Cananea
from Douglas.
C. Stilts. traffic manager of tht
Cananea Cattle company, was a, Bis
bee visitor Sunday on his way to
Douglas, where hi mother resides.
S. A. Goff came up from Cananea
on last Saturday and returned Sun
day morning to his home accompanied
by his wife.
Henry Hamburg, president of tho
Hamburg-Arizona Copper company Is
transacting business in the city. He
expects to remain In the city for sev
eral days.
W. A. Moaed, of Temiie, is spending
several days In the city.
O. F. Foreman, a business man of
Ely, Nevada, Is in town transacting
business for several days.
Mrs. M. E. Gllmore, of Santa Bar
bara, CaL, is visiting friends in the
city.
Miss E. A. Stanaway arrived from
Chicago Saturdaj to visit her mother
Mrs. Frank Huckleby of Bakerville.
John Olson, formerly connecter
with the Shattuck-Arizona Copper
company hut now with the llcCor
mack Lumber company of Iajs An
Ke'.es, Is a business visitor in the city.
Miss Jetsle Goodman who is to
take the place of Miss Anna Tont;
at the Ceiitral 3Chcol. ta reported 111
and her place is being temporarily
filled by Mrs. Rhoadcs.
Miss Olive Krigbaum has resumed
lier duties at the Central school ill
ter an abt-ence' of several dajs on
nccount of Illness.
Howard Ward, who has been coa
fined at his,hoire for some time past
ill of typhoid fever, resumed bis du
ties at the high school yesterday.
Miss Wagner is substituting in the
Mexican first primary grade at the
Central school until a teacher can be
secured.
W. V Carson has returned to War
ren after an extended business trip
in Globe.
J. A. Taylor and famHy have re
turned to Warren after a .several
months visit in Oklahoma.
Woo. Cowan, considered to be one
of the largest independent stockmen
or the Sulphur Springs valley, was
in Lowell yesterday.
W B. Cleary has returned from a
several days' visit in Phoenix.
J B. Patron, Roy Sansburn an
jD E. Ileinhart spent Sunday In the
I city coming up from Cananea for tho
i Initiation of Patron and Sansburn ln
j to Elkdom.
Joe I. Cohn, editor of the Sonora
News at Cananea. was In the city yes
terday on Ms way home from Douglas,
where he has been visiting his moth
er and sUter. , u ,
AsstantvDUtrict Attijrnejf Murrv
and Wfilllam fCleary.who haye'beea
at Phrunlx ln the nreclncttcase. ar
now at Tombstone, where stourt was
caled yesterday.
THE HAREM BEAUTIES?
CAPTURE AGAIN -
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jj Brief Local Items
Nine Pound Baby Arrives.
A nine pouud baby girl was bom
to Sir. and Mrs. Tony Kringas, of
School Hill, on Sunday morning.
Receive Sad Newa
Miss HatLe Malam. teacher of 1-v
tin in the Bisbee High school, recently
received the sad news that her fath
er had died in Michigan. Miss Malara
ts absent from her duties for several
days.
Purse Found.
Chief Watklns has a purse, contain
Ing some money, which will bo re
turned upon identification by the own
er. The purso had a receipt in It
made out to Mrs. Walter Burckes.
Held in $500 Bonds.
W. C. Cochrin, alias Roy Cochrln, is
being held In $500 bonds to guarantee
bis appearance at the super.or cdurt
for having passed seeral bad checks,
it is alleged. The case was tried in
the Lowell court.
Is Improving.
Miss. S. Townsend, formerly of the
Central teaching force but now of Tuc
son, writes that her sister who is
also well known here, successfully
passed a serious operation recently
performed on her and that she Is now
improving In health.
New Projecting Machines.
New Edison projecting machines,
laid to embody all the latest improve
ments in the moving picture art. have
teen received by the Royal theater.
These new machines throw an abso
lutely steady picture on the canvass
and there is not the least flicker to
jilre the eyes. They are now In op
eration. Purchases Work Animals for City.
Lorento Wright, street supervisor,
has returned from Phoenix, where he
Aent to purchase work animals for
.he city. VhlIe there he purcnaset
i fine span oi horses aud a. span of
mules. The animals have been re-.
eived and are now In the city ser
vice.
Windows Close at C p. m.
Announcement has been made that, '
n and after February 1, all the gen-j
cral delhery and registry windows at
ht iost office will close promptly at
(. p. m.
Sand Concert Pleases.
Quite a number of people were oul
to' hear the C. k A. band who pive
nn excellent concert In the LuWelll
l-andstand Sunday. The airs were
mostly popular and were much en
joyed and heartily applauded.
Baby Klrchner Dies.
The body of the Infant son of O.
Ci.KIichner. who died Sunday nlzht.
wifl be shipped to the family burying
let at Hanson, Kentucky, this even
ing. There will be no services here
The body Is now at the Palace Un
dertaking establishment.
Hunt In Swisshelms.
George Hltchens and 'Jimmy"
Greer, both of Warren, returned from
a successful hunt in the Swisshelms
on Sunday with large bags of quail
and eotton-talls. Mr. Greer sayt
that he saw several hunting parties
during the day.
Ashby Case Postponed.
The Case of John Ashby, charged
with assault, with intent to kill, was
again postponed on account of his at
torney's abseuce. Ashby"s case will
again come up next Wednesday after
noon. .
"Happy Lizzie" Is Dismissed.
Marcellna Buteras. better known
us "Happy Lizzie, was fined ti In
the Lowell court yesterday on 'a
charge of being drunk and disorder
ly. The court remitted the fine, how
ever, on Marcellnas promise that sn-j
would be more lad-llke in the future.
Hunters Have Luck.
C M. Gibson and C. F, Peabody, of
Warren, report having had good luck
while out hunting near Hereford Sun
da. Many quail were shot as well
as scleral cotton-tall.
May Not Return.
It ts rumored in army circles that
Troop C which has been recently sta
tioned In Warren, may not return
there, according to the present out
look but will probably be sent to For
est Station, it any more troops are
sent to Warren, It will probably be
troop D although the officers now in
Warren expect, to leave there In a
short time.
Business Men Meet
In order to let the public know who
are the members of the Bisbee Busi
ness Men's Protective association at
a meeting held last night by the asso
ciation It was decided that all mem
bers will be furnished with cards or
the association, to he posted on'tair
premises. It was alo decided at the
meeting that cards, showing the fin
ancial standing of members, would be
ssued to each member so that he may
establish his cred't In another citi
The meeting was well attended
.THEATRE
' , JACOB SCHMID, prop.
- - 21 Reels of Pictures a Week;
Admission 5c and 10c.
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you st this Bhow beuse
DONT FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
I . DIAMONDS I
1
Examine the Quality and
convince yourself that the
j The Henkel
Runaway In Naco.
Returning officers of the Ninth
cavalry from Naco, tell of a thrilling
rescue and a runaway which occurred
In the border city yesterday. The
nrmy ambulance with its team of four
mules was left unhitched by its negro
driver In the main street in .Naco yes
terday and becoming frightened brokg
into a tun. The mules were finally
captured by several( cavalrymen after
a chase of nearly two miles. There
was very slight damage done.
Three Disturbing Peace Cases.
Three cases of drunkennesh and
disturbing the peace canie up yester
day in Judge High's court. The
were Jack. Coins, drunk, S6; Toma
Duncan, disturbing the peace, $10,
rad Matt Campbell, disturbing the
peac. $7.50. Frank McDonald and
T. Carey were lodged In Jail on
a vagrancy charge. It is said that
the two have been "panhandling"
here.
A DouaHs Visitor.
W. W. Adamson, prominent Douglas
citizen, came to Bisbee by auto yes
terday on (business. Mr. Adamson
says that much Interest In Douglas
Is now centered In tho proposed com
mission form of governmenL Candi
dates have been chosen from which
fourteen free holders will be chosen
to form a new city charter. The prop
ortion is being met .with much fav
or Mr, Adamson says.
Builds Reverberatories.
William Gmahling w'as in the city
for a few hours yesterday evening
on his way to Douglas, Mr. Gmahling
has charge of the reserteratory fur
naces in the Four C plant at Cananea
and during the past jear has been su
perintending the Installation of tho
reverberatory plants at the new C.
and A. smelter in Douglas, at the Cop
per Queen In the same place and at
the Arizona Copper company smelter
at Clifton
Texas Editor is Visitor.
H. R. Ulankbnship. for many years
nrnnriftor and editor of the San Mar
cos, Texas, Times and Herald, was a
business visitor In the city for the
past few days. Mr. Blankenshlp lett
npn-itnanpr wnrL- last Sentem-ber on
account of 111 health and since that
ttmn hA has hppn rsmnini? out with
fcls family near Alamagordo, New Mexi
co. He Is now traveling representa
tive for a Kansas city -Advertising con-
tern.
Dr. James Douglas Here
Dr. James Douglas, president of
Phelps-Dodge & Companj and of the
Kl Paso & Southwestern railway sys
tem, arrived In Bisbee on Sundaj
Yesterday he accompanied his son,
Walter Douglas, to Douglas. Dr
Douglas comes to Arizona on one of
hir regular tours of the southwest
where his Interests He and his pres
ent visit is without special signifi
cance. NOTICE
All inAtnhprs nf th Woodmen Cir
cle are requested to meet at the Med-
lgovich Hall at 8 p. m. January astu
te attend the funeral or me imam
riilM nf J. H. Klrchner. as body is
to be shipped to Kentucky, on the
9:10 train, tor ounai.
ELLA SCOTT.
Guardian
Owes Life f Tfais
Consumption Remedy
It ll boyomt human iner to jrforia
tnlnrlv. 111? maker of llckmau's Al
teratlre a rruwly for loanmitlon, do
nut claim thnt It will rmtore rrtrr "oe
to !TfM:l hi-altii but no ttwny nave rolun
tarily tcntlOl It m-1 llirir lire, tbat
all who lure Jbh lrM illeie buW
lnTftlj:ate and try It It 'ununlit top tbe
nlslit unnli. reduce feTrr. promote ap
petite ami In very ciany ce, protons
Nfe Head what It actrompllihed in toil
Catherine Are. and Aaeet Place.
Jureu toart, I.. I.
"Gestleinen: In tbe year 1WW 1 wa
taken with a hfary rold an! a aty
rooRh ami went to wvrral dictora. In
rlnJlac a pectallt. Tbelr mertUtuw fatl
nl. I then went to tbe CaIVllI. lint
toe rou.-h ttill kept oi. I atarril there
a year aud tta went on a farm near
Jerwy City, a Terr lrfc man
"Jly brother then recommended nck
man Alterative tu re very highly. At
art I wruW not ennt to um U. owlns
to the fa-t that I had taken w many
jiie,l-io- without leins helped in any
war. tt finally I eoeeted It U now
Dearly two yearn slnee I Ort took It.
I buj now cured and I dare ay that I
wonM hare been hnrUil lone ago If it
hart not ten for Krknwn'n Altrratlve I
wtb to thank yon for tbe otlenl to ine.
VhreVer I C" ' highly reromtoend the
Attemtln- a I W Uf tn
.I--.. J'n-'.'-V.'Qa. J. TRHCIIKrt
" tJrkn' Aitt1!T enertlrj In Ilron
rbltl. Anthwia, Jlay Jerer. Throat and
Ijiac TronMen. and In nplmlWIne tbe
artrts Itoo not contain poison- oplatea
or habit fnrnjlae itrnss Afc forboHt
toinnsr of rerorerieo. ami write to ckBun
I-aboratory. ThUadelphla r for more evi
dence. For a! by all leading; drasajItU
Lowell Drug Co., ia LowclL
lt-
prices of our goods, and i
value is there.
Jewelery Co.
Lowell Theatre
"THE HOME OF REFINED
AMUSEMENT."
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
INFECT
Picture
That
ROGRAMS
p
LEASE
ARTICULAR
EOPLE
Tuesday and Wednesday
4 PHOTO PLAYS 4
And the "Pathe Weekly"
Featuring four scenes of the
BALKAN WAR
"THE STRUGGLE OF
HEARTS"
. Lubln-Drama
"THREE GIRLS AND A MAN
V Itagraph-Ceinedy.
"FOG"
Edison-Drama
"THE EAVESDROPPER"
Vitagraph-Comedy
BARITONE SOLO
"When tho IJells In the Light
house Ring Ding Dong"
MatineesSaturday&sunday
2:30 Sharp
Evening Performances
Continuous Starting 7 p. m.
Usual Prices 10 aud 15c
Loge Seats 25c
p;o sjraf aag-.fl
Tttii ptrc ipo; 'itiji; sjtop aj.v ajaqj.
""""i uojujj v u sop djom Airaai
ojoai ojqx -suioq sz; uj shop -,aai
o-WqX 'Suof prjq HuiBj ouo nan')
reav sr.saai rtop b "ubji 'Biliaqss V
atntua oa 10 BuiMoqs
NA. ffl
f-ijuHa
Domestic Use
Electric Toaster
(C
Coffee Percolator
Chafing Dish " k
ti
" Teakettle.
" Disc Stove.
Electric Sewing Machine
Electric Irons:
" Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
" General Electric 6 lbs. "
" Westinghouse 6 lbs. "
a
We have all of
are sold subject
liberal trial.
Bisbee
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neai Muir ot Europe.
Erer sine tho battle of Waterloo
the Rothschilds hare been tho actual
ralers of Europe, and the European
nations are so in debt to thorn that it
would be imsswlblo ever to Day them
ot
Royal Theater
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra
ELRERT VEALE DIRECTOR.
Program
MARCH .
"Hero" of the Isthmus Lampe
SELI'.CTION '
"Bright Eyes' Hochana
PATROL
'The Guardmount Ellenberg
ILLUSTRATED SONGS ".'
"If All My Dreams Were Mado ot
Gold I'd Huy the World for You."
SUNG BY MR. GLEN HENRY
Orpheum Theatre
The Show They're All Talking About
BERT LEVEY VAUDEVILLE
SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY
VAUDEVILLE
SWOR & WESTBROOK
Refined upto-date
Entertainers
PICTURES
"Red Eagle" "The Lawyer of Fountain Menu" ''Good
for Nothing" "The Triangle."
WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY
VAUDEVILLE
WARD and ST. CLAIR
The Garden of Harmony . "
PICTURES
"liaising Barley in Japan " "San Rosario's Friends,"
t A Dollar Saved a Dollar Earned" 'TheMasked Man"
y new acts and a complete change of pictures
every Wednesday and Sunday.
2 Shows Tonight Starting 7:15 Prices Always 10c-15c-25
Electric
nces
Electric
tc
,C(
(I
American Beauty 6 lbs.
the above appliances
to acceptance
Improvement Co.
The Arizona? Sanitarium
SAFFORD
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-dato treatment of
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
Hnd general surgery. Prices
moderate.
PICTURE PROGRAM FOR TUES
DAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
"WESTERN GIRLS"
(Essanay)
A marvelous western drama, full
of daring deeds and hazardous ad
ventures. A revelation In horse-
manshlp.
"HIS MOTHER'S HOPE"
(Edison)
A story of a mother's undying love.
"THE SCOOP"
(Vitagraph)
A girl reporter makes a doublu
scoop. A crackerjack newspaper
story. "5
"SOMETHING WRONG WITH
BESSIE"
(Kalem)
Bessie U lazy. Uncle Josh is ec
centric Go&d comedy
"A CALIFORNIA SNIPE HUNT
On the same reel Tbe laugh is
on the Jokera.
New picturo machines Installed
Pictures better than eer
Steady as a rock.
THE CELESTOS
Comedy Sensational "WJro
Acrobats.
Water Heater
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Baby Bottle Heater
Warming Pad
Curling Iron
Vacuum Cleaner
I
Motor
$4so) 5Years
$450) Guarantee
$500 - Life Guarantee
for sale and all 1
or rejection after
Phone 4&6
( ,' P. O. Uox.1283
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