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THE BISEEE DAIlY REVIEW. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1916.
ROLFE PHOTOPLAYS INC.
THE GIFTED LIONEL BARRYMORE
AND THE EXQUISITE DRAMATIC ARTIST
FIVE WONDERFUL ACTS OF
ROMANCE MYSTERY THRILLS
PATHE NEWS NO. 76
Showing Current Events of the Week.
"Now that Brooklyn has cinch
ed the National League pennant,
I suppose you will proceed to
post your annual contributions in
the form of bets, on the World's
Series," commented Obvious Oliv
er to his partner, the Pessimist.
"Well, I don't know much about
this baseball noise and doubt my
pudgement to pick a winner. One
fellow tells me to bet on the Red
Sox and another assures me that
the Superbas have the big bunting
already tacked in Robinson's back
ard in Brooklyn. So I dont
know what to do," answered the
"Tell you what to do," advised
Obvious. "You sneak around and
find out how Wallie Schwartz and
Red Gannon are going to bet.
Then you bet against their judge
ment" "But suppose one bets on Bos
ton and the other on Brooklyn,"
queried the Pessimist.
"I'm not an astronomer nor a'
mystic. -In such a case go to the
Encyclopedia Britanica and read
up on the English game of Round
ers. It's some game and throws
a lot -of light on American base-'ball.-;
William J. Graham, prominent poli
tically in Cochise county, and Inter
ested In mines in Ajo and in Oatman,
after-staying several days In Bisbee
on business, left yesterday morning
Fresh oysters just received at Eng
glish Kitchen served In any style.
WAS IN TOMBSTONE. .
L. B.; Whitney, city attorney, was a
business visitor in Tombstone yester
day, being interested in: the -felony
charges pending in the superior court
Against Harry Hastings and I. Jacobs,
jTor whom Whitney is acting.
I ( COMING
! Dr. Schell of Tucson, Arizona's
leading Optometrist and Optician,
will be at the Copper Queen Hotel on
h!s regular quarterly visit on 'Thurs
day and Friday of this week and will
remain the two days only. If you
need glasses call on him for expert
service. Satisfaction guaranteed. 24
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
JAPAN'S GREATEST HISTRIONIC ARTIST
In a Timely Photoplay Based on Racial Conflict Entitled
A realistic vision of the impossibilities which beset men
' and women of other races who seek to live and love
as Anglo-Saxons Hayakawa who created a
sensation in "The Cheat", now a Lasky Star.
AND 15 CENTS.
GOES TO BENSON.
Mrs Stanley Hunter, of Bisbee, left
yesterday for Benson, where she will
visit friends for about a week.
Get Buttermilk by the gallon. It's
cheaper. Call at Pure Milk Depot 47
M. W. Potsch, Arizona representa
tive of the Wyeth Hardware and
Manufacturing Company, is a business
visitor in the District calling on the
The only plac? you fan get broiled
meats is at the English Kitchen.
. . (Advertisement)
FROM ST. DAVID.
Joe GJOdman, rancher and farmt-r
of St David, arrived in Bisbee yester
day from his home on the San Pedro
River. According to the visitor gen
eral conditions are excellent in that
section of the county and promise to
continue so during the balance 'of the
Fresh Buttermilk daily. Call at
Pure Milk Depot. 47
RETURNS FROM TRIP.
Lorenzo Wright candidate for sher
iff on the Republican ticket, has re
turned from a trip in the northern part
of the county. While away he en
countered the Campbell party which
Is now in Cochise county and on its
way to Bisbee.
Fresh oysters just received at Eng
lish Kitchen served in any style.
Joe Muheim, who has been con
fined to his home on Youngblood Hill
with a severe attack f skin poisoning,
as a result of running foul of poison
ivy in the Catalina mountains some
days ago, was able to come down town
yesterday for the first time since his
return from his trip.
Need glasses? See Dr. Schell the
optician of Tucson at Copper Queen
Hotel on regular visit on Thursday
and Friday of this week. Special at
tention to children's eyes. 24
BUYS THE EDELWEISS.
Gus Bauer, for many n.'onths the
popular manager of the Tovrea Mar
kets, has bought the Edelweiss Cafe
on Brewery Gulch and will conduct the
restaurant from now on. Bauer is an
old timer in the District and has had
considerable experience in the cater
FROM I TO 10
and 15 Cents.
Saturday and Sunday
OCTOBER 7TH AND 8TH.
W. H. CLUNE PRESENTS
"The Little Girl
GO SEE This Startling Photo-Play that has set the Peo
ple of the Eastern Cities Thinking and Talking.
WHITE SLAVERY AT YOUR DOORSTEP.
EVERY MAN AND WOMAN SHOULD SEE THIS.
AN EXFOSE OF VICE CONDITIONS THAT
NEED TO BE UNDERSTOOD.
"STUMPY" RIGGS HOME.
Ralph Riggs, assayer at the Shat
tuck, better kn'own to the ball fans of
the District as "Stumpy", has ' re
turned from a month's trip to Califor
nia. Mrs. Riggs remained in Los
Angeles and will return to Bisbee in
a week or two. '
Drink Buttermilk for health. Call
at Pure Milk Depot. 47
, ' (Advertisement)
C. L. Barker, who has operated the
Soda fountain, candy and fruit store on
Brewery Gulch rbr the past two years
has sold his interests to newcomers in
the District It is understood occupan
cy will be taken at once by the puiv
SWEET-ORR TROUSERS in the lat
est patterns $3. and up. Miller's
Shirt & Hat Shop, Main St 321
TUFF TIRE TONIC.
Ben Stillman, formerly of Bisbee, ia
the good old days, but now located in
Douglas, is a visitor in the District.
Stillman is the state agent for Tuffley's
Tire Tonic, which is 'guaranteed to
stop punctures while you ride. He
will remain in the District several
days interesting local autvists in the
TEAL'S BENEFIT SHOWS.
The Raymond Teal company will
give benefit shows at the Lowell Air-
dome Thursday and Friday nights, be
ginning at 6:30 for the Catholic Lad
ies Bazaar, the proceeds of which will
go toward the new St. Patrick's
church, nearing completion. Several
feature stunts will be staged by the
Teals. The plans for the Bazaar are
well underway, and will be announced
and Keep It Up
i Get In the habit of drinking a
glass of hot water before
We're not here long, so let's makt
our stay agreeable. Let us live welj.
eat well, digest well, work well, sleep
well, and loVk well. What a glorious
condition to attain, and yet, how very
easy it is if one will only adopt the
morning inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when they arise, split
ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid sl'Jinach,
can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy
by opening the sluices of the system
each morning and bushing out the
whole of the internal poisonous stag
nant matter. .
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a tea spoonful of limestone
phosphate in it to wash from the
stomach, liver and bowels the previous
day's indigestible waste, . sour bile
and poisonous toxins; -thus cleansing.
sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary canal before putting more
j food into the stomach. The action of
hot water and limestone phosphate on
an empty stomach is wonderfully In
I vigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations. gases, waste and
i acidity and gives ne a splendid ap
i petite for breakfast While you are
! enjoying your breakfast the water and
j phosphate is quietly extracting a large
volume of water from the blood and
getting ready for a thorough flushing
of all the inside organs.
The millions tf people who are
bothered with constipation, bilious
spells, stomach trouble; others who
have sallow skins, blood disorders and
sickly complexions are urged to get a
quarter p'ouml of limestofie phosphate
i from the drug store. This will cost
very little, but is sufficient to make
: anyone a pronounced crank on the
subject of inside-bathing before break
AND 25 CENTS.
MEXICAN VERY LOW.
Juan Dominguez, the Mexican who
was shot through the head night bo
fore last in Tintown by anothei Mex
ican by the name of Modesto Norieg'.i,
is not expected to live. The bullet
entered the injured man's mouth and
came out the back of his neck.
Noriega is said to have been drunk
at the time of the affair. Immediately
afterward he left the District an I is
supposed to have escaped to Naco,
Few uncalled for suits, bargains.
Millard & Bateman, Allen Block. 6SS
CAMPBELL IS COMING.
The party of Republican candidates
for the state offices, consisting of
Thomas Campbell, for governor;
Doane Merrill, for auditor; George H.
Smalley, for tax commissioner; J. L.
Gust, for attorney general, and Henry
L. Eads, for congress, were in Benson
last night coming from Patagonia and
other p'jints in Santa Cruz county. To
day the party goes to Pomerene, John
son, Dragoon, Gleeson and thence to
Tombstone, where a big meeting will
be held tonight Tomorrow morning
the party leaves for Bi.sbee and the
members will stay here and in Lbwell
Buttermilk churned daily. Call at
Pure Milk Depot 47
THOMAS WEEDIN DIES.
In the death of Thomas F. Weedin,
receiver of the United States Lan-1
Office in the state of Arizona since the
office became Democratic in character,
the youngest state lost one of iu
j pioneer residents and a man who has
j been connected with the newspaper
business for a great many years. Mr.
Weedin died in Ph'jenix Sunday morn-
I ing. He formerly ran the Florenc?
j Blade-Tribune and lived in that town
, for many years. He was a candidate
: against Governor Hunt in the first
state primary, for the nomination for
I governor. He has served the people
' of his county in many capacities and
was their representative in the leglsla
ture on several occasions. ,
The original Tomostone stage leaves
iaily at 7 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. from
Cochise Motor Co. Phone 444.
Leaves punctually on time daily. 307
ORDERED TO JERSEY.
The signal company of the First
New Jersey brigade, Capt. Dear, con.
manding, encamped at Douglas, re
ceived orders yesterday morning tr get
ready to return to New Jersey. The
date of departure was not fixed. The
field hospital and the ambulance com
pany of the New Jersey trdbps were
included in the same order. The order
came as a surprise. Monday night the
expectation was that the start on a
seven-day hike to Nogales would be
gin yesterday. The men had their
goods all ready to start the march
when the new order came. To say
that the men were pleased is putting
ONLY TEN PERCENT '
of those requiring dental work are
having this work done. If you are
one of the 90 call on Dr. Teufert, Maze
Building. Sanitary Dental Office. 600
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We desire to caution the public
against the misrepresentations beig
made by the so-called cooks and wait
ers union in regard to the number of
hours our employees work.
The facta are that the cooks and
waiters and all other help employed
by us in our restaurant Por the past
three months work only eight hours
for a day's work and we challenge
evidence to contradict these facts. Fol
lowing is the scale of wages we pay:
Cooks. $4.00 per day, 8 hours.
Waiters, J3.00 per day, 8 hours.
Dishwashers, $2.25 per day, 8 hours.
Time and one-half for overtime.
The above wages include board.
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN,
William Truax, Prop.
! SOLDIER DIES.
j Sergt. Ferderirk R. Wirkam, com
! pany D, Twenty-second infantry, died
Monday at the C. & A. hospital.
I MINERS TO LEADVILLE.
J Several miners from the Warren
1 District left Bisbee yesterday for
Leadville camp, near Glreson, where
they will work on a lease.
Dr. Playfalr, Osteopatn, 98 Mason
Hill, Mason Hill car stop.
UP FROM DOUGLAS.
R. L. Gibson, agent for the New
i York Life Insurance Company in the
Smelter City, was a business visitor
I in Bisbee yesterday.
COPPER QUEEN BAND
! Regular mid-week dance, Wednes-
day evening, Oct. 4, at Vista Park.
FROM THE DIVIDE.
j George Toles, foreman of the road
camp over the Divide, was a business
I visitor in the Warren District yester
day. For Sores, Corns, Bunions in-growing
nails . see Morrow Chiropodist 2
dotors from City Park, Brewery Gulch.
IN FROM TOMBSTONE.
W. G. Gilmore, Tombstone attorney,
was a business visitor in the Warren
District yesterday from his office in
the county seat.
OSCAR 2APF BACK.
After remaining in Phoenix several
days, after the meeting of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee, to
which he was a delegate, Oscar Zapf
returned to Bisbee last evening. He
says that things political are warm
ing up in the Salt River Valley to a
remarkable degre and that all of the
sentiment there is Democratic.
REPUBLICANS MEET TONIGHT.
The weekly meeting of the Warren
District Republican Club will be held
this evening at Medigovich Hall. Ac
cvording to the officers several good
talks will be made and plans also
adopted for the entertainment of the
Republican campaigners who are ex
pected in the District tomorrow morn
ing. DR. HERENDEEN BACK.
Dr. Ralph E. Herendeen and family
have returned to Bisbee after visiting
California beach resorts for the past
MISTAKE IN NAME.
- Owing to a mistake the name of
John Wilson Ross was incorrectly
printed in yesterday morning's Re
view. May it be said that the Bisbee
attorney has Just returned from a
month's vacation at Loug Beach with
Mrs. Ross and family.
YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET
Don't stay headachy, consti
pated, sick, with breath
and stomach sour.
Get a lO-cent box now.
You men and women who can't get
feeling right who have headache,
coated tongue, bad taste and foul
breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bil
A)us, nervous and upset, bothered with
a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or
have a bad cold.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets, or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil?
Cascarets work while you sleep;
cleanse the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested, fermenting food and foul
gases; take the excess bile from the
liver and carry out of the system all
the constipated waste matter and
poison in the bowels.
A Cascaret to-night will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
fi'jm any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet, liver and bowels regu
lar, and head clear for months. Don't
forget the children. They love Cas
carets because they taste good never
grip or sicken. (Advertisement'
'The Man Across the Street'
2 Reel Drama.
GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT!
STOP DANDRUFF AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
Hair stops falling out and gets
thick, wavy, strong and
girls: girls: try it:
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy,
abundant and appears as soft, lusti'ous
and beautiful as a young girl's after a
"Danderine hair cleanse." Just try this
moisten a cloth with a little Dan
derine and carefully draw it through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. This will cleanse the hair of
dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just
a few moments you have doubled the
beauty of your hair.
Besides beautifying the hair at on:v.
Danderine dissolves every particle t
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig
orates the scalp, forever stopping Itch
ing and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
be after a few week's use when you
will actually see new hair fine and
downy at first yet but really new
hair growing all over your scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it surely get a 25-cent tattle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and just try it
IS FATALLY ILL.
Mrs. Alice Sanborn, who was taken
ill last Saturday with cerebro spinal
meningitis and afterward removed to
the quarantine hospital, is reported as
being hopelessly 111 and her death on
ly a matter of time.
Does your child complain of head
aches, eyes burning, etc., while study
ing? If so have his or her eyes tested
by an expert, and avoid serious trou
bles in later life. Dr. Schell the op
tician of Tucson, will be at the Cop
per Queen Hotel Thursday and Friday
of this week and will make a careful
examination. Will not prescribe glass
es unless needed. Special attention
to children's eyes. 24
The vacancy in the ofGce'of receiver
of the United States land office in
Phoenix, caused by the death of
Thomas F. Weedin, is cause for activ
ity on the part of Democratic politi
cians in the state. Already it is
known that there will be at least half
a dozen applicants for this position.
, Those already announced as In the
rare ftr the vacant land office positioi
l are E. J. Whippel, now assistant state
land commissioner; Mulford Winsor,
state senator elect in Yuma county;
J. L. Irvin, attorney of Phoenix; Frank
Luke, retiring chairman of the board
of supervisors of Maricopa county,
Chas. M. Shann'on, for many years a
pioneer resident of Graham county,
now a resident of Pinal county.
Dr. Sara Higdon of Globe has op
ened an office in Mrs. Muirhead's Cas
tle Rock rooms, on Main Street, Bis
bee. giving High Frequency and
Violet Kay treatments. Also Dr. Hig
don makes a specialty of nervous dis
eases. John T. Saunders, assistant
K. OF C. IN DOUGGLAS.
The Douglas council of the Knights
of Columbus was established in Doug
las Sunday when F. J. Barry, of Nj
I Gales, district deputy organizer for
Arizona, was mere maKing me uecen
sary arrangements. Following is a list
of the officers chosen Sunday, and who
will be Installed on November 12.
W. J. Gorman, grand knight; Fraa
cis M. Ames, deputy grand knight; C.
P. Harfey. chancellor: Paul S. Mona
han, recorder; Frank VIdano, finance.
secretary; W. M. Schwamm, treasurer;
D. C. O'Neil, advocate; William Ames,
j warden; Victor Locknar, inside guard:
Joe Bauman, outside guird: H. F.
j Murphy, J. M. McFadden, M. F. Tor
I p-y, trustees.
"The Time, The Place
and the Girl"
Prices: Adults 25c ALL Children 15c
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
FIRST SHOW AT 7:15.
"THE ISLE OF KOWTOW"
Thursday and Friday Night Benefit for Catholic Ladies' Bazaar.
Phone 296. Phone 296.
BISBEE DYE AND CLEANING WORKS
Upper Main Street.
Our New Department : RUGS AND CARPETS of all kinds
cleaned (goods are insured while with us)
Let us do your cleaning, everything done the sanitary way.
Our Ladies' Department is the largest and best in the State.
Work called for and delivered.
Phone 296. Phone 296
The Greatest of
"The Fall Dress-up"
Are you nervous, irrit
able; are you losing con
fidence in yourself; are
you beginning to "let
down" in your work a lit
tle? Sounds a little like a pat
ent medicine ao doesn't
it? Well it isn't; we
don't guarantee a cure
we only say we can help
you, and a lot, too.
Apply this Dress Up tonic
externally in the form of
A Varsity Fifty Five suit
A Varsity Six Hundred
A new shirt; a tie -
A new hat
If you don't feel like a new
man afterwards, you can
have your money back.
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WANTED Position by practical
nurse of several years experience;
wishes nursing. D. E., care Review.
Pbone 392. 9S3
IMMENSE SALE OF
PEPSIN IN OUR CITY
There has just been received anoth
er large consignment of Natol Pineap
ple Pepsin Compound. Its soothing,
stimulating effects and the fact that
chemically It resembles the digestive
fluids of the stomach makes it an
ideal medicine for all forms of stom
ach trouble, poor digestion, and bowel
disorders. It is made from Pineapple
Juice and Pepsin combined with other
needful ingredients. 50c trial size bot
tles. Bisbee Drug Co.
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