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The Coolest Theatre In the State.
Continuous From 1 To 10 P. M.
PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY
"CAPT. JINKS' KIDS"
Reserved Seats 20c
Lower Floor 10c
Balcony . 5c
We wish to express our thank3 and
appreciation for the kindness shown us
during our recent bereavement, also to
the many frien;'s who-- rympathie?
were so slantly olTerel r;.enr:tin
the death of our beloved husband and
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with local treatment, pronounced It Incur- I
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constitutional disease, and therefore re-
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investigate before tiiey buy.
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The undersigned hereby offers a
REWARD OF $50.00
for evidence leading to the arrest
and conviction of any person committing an assault or
battery upon the person of any employe of the under
signed, where such assault or battery is committed be
cause of such employe's continuing his employment, or
by reason of the present strike in the Warren District
PHELPS DODGE CORPORATION.
By G. H. DOW ELL, Manager.
Business locals f (fffleffi
The original Tombstone stage leaves
daily at 7 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. from
Cochise Motor Co., Phone 444. Leaves
punctually on time dally. 93:
and Hand Bags, $12.50 values, J 7.9 3
Miller's Shirt and Hat Shop.
Mrs. Actors, Beauty Specialist and
Demonstrator. Lorkie Hotel, Opera
Drive. Adv. 60
Seven passenger touring car leaves
Tombstone daily, upon arrival of 13is-
bee ulages. for Nogales, fare J 5.50. 2
pound baggage limit. Adv. 317
Fourteen used pianos and players fo
sale. $5 per month takes piano; $3
per month takes players. No interest
Next Wells Fargo,
A car every hour, Bisbee to Doug
las. Good cars and careful driven
American Stage Line. Phone 366.
i WE HAVE THE LATEST.
In sheet music the New Patriotic
i Songs. Also full line of records and
j talking machines. Lowell Jewelry
i Shop. Adv. 842
LEARN TO DANCE.
Private lessons daily, 1 to 5-7 to 10
W. J. Graces Academy, Lowell (Bro
phy Hall). Phone 628. Adv. 608
B. P. O. E. wi'J hold a shirt waist
dance on evening of July 18. For Elks
and families. Adv.
Expert repairing on One watches
and Jewelry, diamond setting, engrav
lag an(1 general repairing. Mintou,
the postoffice jeweler, Lowell.
SHIDELER AUTO SERVICE
For hire, five and seven-passenger
cars for ftmg and local trips; union
pirces. Call Phone 366. Ask for Shid-
ppr'a cam i j.
Travel to Dougi; the Winton way
i on the new stae. Cars leave Copper
1 Queen Hotel on the hour. Fare $1.25.
j Advertisement. 332
J Make your Trip to Douglas a pleas
ure. Travel the Winton way. Phone
98. Adv. 332
Dr. Playfair, Osteopath, 98 Mastm
Mason car stop. Phone Blue 647.
Ride on the American Stage Line.
; Bisbee to Douglas. Phone 366.
t will not be ' responsible for any
bili, contracted bv mv wife. Ernie
J. H. JAMES.
Big Reduction Sale on Men's Fur
nishings. B. F. Millard. Allen Blk.
Cottage cheese and home made but
ter fresh daily at The Pure Milk De
pot (Johnson Bldg., Main St) Adv.
Make your trip to Douglas a pleas
ure. Travel the Winton way. Phone
82. Adv. 332
THE PURE MILK DEPOT
A great big glass fresh buttermilk
It's only 5 cents. Advertisement 309
Will the party who borrowed my
sawed-off Winchester shotgun on . e
morning of the drive kindly return
same to me.
BASSETT W ATKINS.
WHEN MARRIAGE IS A FAILURE
Surely marriage is a failure when
Its essential purpose, the raising of a
family of children, proves impossible.
In the childless home the married
pair, though sometimes m'ore or less
unconscious of the fact, grow disap
pointe dand lonely. Lacking the best
tie to hold them together they are
likely to drift apart, hence many sep
arations and divorces.
If every wife, whose physical state
prevents motherhood, would but try
that great remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, there
would be far fewer childless homes.
ISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING,
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Has anyone visited you? Or
have you entertained? If so, call
the Review after 6 p. m. and tell
the Society Editor, Phone 39.
RETURNS FROM COAST.
Miss Mary Standard has returned
from a two week3 visit to various
points on the Pacific coast.
William McPherson of Tombstone is
in the city for a few days on a visit to
Raymond Abril tf Tombstone was
in the city yesterday on his way home
from Naco, where he had been for a
couple of days on a business trip.
RETURNED FROM PRESCOTT. -
Mrs. Fred Reynolds and cnildren
have returned from Prescott, where
they have been for the past month n
a visit to relatives.
RETURNS FROM CALIFORNIA.
Glenn Allen, driver of the Cochise
stage to Tombstone, has returned
from a week's visit to friends and
relatives in California.
W. G. Gilmore. accompanied by Mrs.
Gilmore and daughter, arrived in Bis
bee yesterday noon and remained
here throughout the day.
S IN CITY.
Frank Laughlin, one of the em
ployes of the Bunker Hill Mining
company at Tombstone, is in the city
for a few days. !
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE.
-Mrs. nnam Hughes came over
from Tombstone yesterday and will re
main for several days on business con
nected with the property interests
Lo right, the cattle inspector, re
turned to his home at St David yes
terday after spending several days
here on a visit to his old friends.
GONE TO COAST.
Mrs. John Mason Ross and children
left Sunday evening for L'js Angeler
where they will spend the summe
UP FROM NACO.
U. S. Customs Officers Sam Hay-
hurst and Dan Sheehy were in the cit;
yesterday from Naco. They report the
border town as being quiet at the
RETURNED FROM COAST.
Mrs. Isabelle Grant has returnea
from an extended trip to California
points. She will resume her position
in the posfjffice during the next few
The remains of Mrs. W. E. Harri
son, wife 'of a well known coffee sales
man of Douglas, were shipped to her
former home at Salem, Mo. Mrs. Mor
rison died in the Copper Queen hos
pital Sunday after a short illness.
BACK TO MICHIGAN.
E. W. Pearce and wife have return
ed to their former home in Michigan
after a residence In the Warren dis
trict of "over five years. Mr. Pearce
as in the employ of the Warren
Street Railway company as motorman.
TO LOCATE HERE.
Michael Hass is one of the late ar
rivals in this city from Tombstone and
intends t'j make his future home in
this city. He was formerly located
here but for the past few years has
been in Tombstone and Courtland.
The case of the State vs. Rafael
Soto, charged with threatening anoth
er! Mexican, which was Vj have been
beard before Judge High yesterday aft
ernoon, was continued until this after
noon on account of the absence of oth
Miss Viva Villman was In the city
over Sunday from Tombstone on a
visit to her sister, Mrs. George Kel
logg. She returned to the county seat
yesterday to resume her duties as
stenographer in the sheriff's office.
Railroad officials at Tucson today
received instructions to honor orders
I of the British and Canadian j.overn-
ment for transportation fr recruits
from points 19 this country to the
I nearest recruiting agency ii. ,-anada
! Just as they wbuld Jionor orders from
! the United States governmentt for
! army men. It Is believed that tho
1 United States will soon arrange to
I supply transportation for prospective
j recruits from their homes to the near
i est recruiting station.
Want to buy or rent three or four
room house in Jiggerville. Phone at
once 491 or call J. L. Winters, Lowell.
PRIZE WALTZ TONIGHT
Graves' Dancing Academy, Brophy
; Hall, Lowell. Dancing parties Tues
j day and Saturday evenings. Admis
' sion by card ouly. . 711
RETURNED TO TOMBSTONE.
M. P. Calderwood, assayer for the
Bunker Hill Mining company at
Tombstone, who has been in the city
for the past few days, has returned to
his home in tuat city. He was for
merly in the employ of one of the min
ing companies here.
Russell McFarland has returned to
his home in Tombstone after spending
several days here on a visit to friends.
He reports the county seat as being
about the same at the present tinv.j
and that the Bunker Hill company are
running the mill to its full capacity.
J. W. Rockhill has resumed his run
on the Bisbee-Tombstone stage after
taking a week's vacation. He intend
ed to make a trip to the coast but
found other attractions in the War
ren district that took up his time and
TELEGRAPH MEN HERE.
Charles A. Holzer, district commer
cial manager of the Western Union
Telegraph company, and one of the
best known wire men in the south
west .arrived from the coast Sunday
night and remained here yesterday. He
also spent some time In Douglas.
HERE FOR FUNERAL. I
Among tnose who came to Bisbee I
to attend the funeral of Orson P. Mc-!
Itee. held Sunday in this city, were Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Dana, of Mesa, Mrs. i
Dana being a sister of Mrs. McRae, i
and Mrs. David M.' Spillsburg or El I
Paso, wh'o Is also a sister of Mrs.
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE.
Under Sherif Guy Welch was in the
city over Sunday from Tombstone to
confer on business with Sheriff Harry
C. Wheeler. He returned home yes
terday morning on tne early stage.
He reports the county sat as being
quiet and that there are no labor dis
Bar silver was quoted at 79 l-2c an
ounce in the New York market yes
terday, the highest price since the be
ginning of the European war. The ad
vance is attributed to the increased
foreign demand for the metal, siher
having been substituted for gold ore
by nJSt of the European countries.
WAS BURIED SUNDAY.
Advices received yesterday were to
the effect that the late Charles Bow
man, the former Cochise county at
torney, who died in Los Angeles, died
from the effects of an operation for
appendicitis. The funeral services
over the remains were held in Los An
geles on Sunday.
C. L. Cummings, a prominent citi-
. . .
zen or ToniDstone, wno was tuuuu
guilty of buying juuk from miners.
and was sentenced to serve 50 days In
the county jail and to pay a fine of
$250, has appealed from the judg
ment of the superior court at Tomb
stone to the supreme court of the state.
He Is out on bond pending the appeal.
IN FROM PHOENIX.
Bert Clingan, Arizona representa
tive of the Southwestern "oruana
Cement company of EI Paso, arriveo
in Bisbee Sunday from Tucson and
yesterday spent several hours in
Douglas, returning here last evening.
Clingan reports increasing Interest in
concrete pavements throughout the
state of Arizona.
HOTEL CHANGES HANDS.
The Naco hotel has changed hands.
The former owners. Miss Alma Abrams
and her brother, Harry Abrams. have
disposed of the holstery to Jimmie
Frazier. Mr. Frazier is an old timer
at Naco. The hotel is advertised as
being "bullet-proof." Miss Mary M.
Brown, one of Naco's oldest residents,
has been employed as matron.
CORONER'S JURY VERDICT.
Frank Hagen, who died while at his
work some nights ago in the Gardner
mine, came to his death through heart
disease. This was the verdict of the
coroner's jury which considered the
case yesterday afternoon before Judge
Winters of Lowell. Dr. C. F. Hawley
testified that Hagen died of heart dis
ease and the jury brought in a verdict
along those lines.
DIED NEAR BENSON.
J. M. Cosby, one of the pioneer resi
dents of the San Pedro valley, died ai
bis home about 9 miles bel'jw 3ei;f.on
on Sunday. He was in the mercantile
busintss In Benson for a number of
years but for thi- past year or sfp has
been in ill health and has been living
Vin his ranch below Benson. His son.
Powell Cosby, was in the city yester
day when he was advised of his death.
Funeral services will be held tomor
Two Mexicans, Carlos Marbelajo
and Margarito Hernandez, who bad
robbed several houses in Na.V recent
ly, were captured and placed in the
local jail. They succeeding in digfing
out of the jail and made a run for the
line, which they reached In Safety'
ahead of the American officers,! and
disappeared among the adobef. fin the
Mexican side. Efforts are beingpmade
to have them rcturnoj ta the nieri
can side. Anions the houses nned
are those of Fred Geislef, acMt of
the S. P. de M.; J. C. Love, op-ator
for the El Paso & Southwestern and
Frank Hillman, a local cattleman
JULY 17, 1917f
Summer Wash Goods
IT WILL TAKE very little money to secure Summer Frocks from these assort
ments of specially priced fabrics. It involves all the short lengths of wash goods that have
accumulated during the past few months and many other new patterns that were
bought to fill in our stock for this wash goods sale.
36-inch printed Gabar
dine for separate Skirts
and Tub Suits Regu
lar 75c and 85c values.
Special at the yard
Dolly Madison Voiles
Special, 24c Yd.
Reception Voiles, Etamine, selling regu
larly at 35c per yard. Special at., 19c
BISBEE MAN GETS PATENT. i
Hazard & Miller, the pioneer pat
ent agency of Los Angeles( received
by wire from Washington, notice of
the issuance of the following patents
to Arizona inventors: Thomas Davies.
punch, Jerome; Fredreick J. Pope and
Albert W. Hahn, recovering copper,
Douglas; Michael Smith, drill, Bisbee;
Alfred L. Tripp el, Miami.
Teh forest office at Tucson received
today a plat of the Cave Creek group
of summer home sites in the Chin
es hua mountains. There are 34 cabin
sites and two camping site3 in the
group which is located on Cave Creek
about 13 miles from Rodeo, N. M. Tho
elevation i over 6000 feet and tho
home sites are reached by a good aur
Lou Birdino of Lowell Sunday re
ceived word that his brother, John J.
Birdino, receiver of the land office at
Phoenix, who is at present in Chicago,
was seriously ill and not expected to
live. The telegram was from Mrs.
John Birdino. Mr. Lou Birdino left
yesterday morning on the Golden State
LImiter for Chicago. John Birdino
was only recently reappointed as re
ceiver of the general land office by
TO FIX BUDGET.
Vance Johnson, chairman of the
b'oard of supervisors, was in Tomb
stone yesterday to attend a meeting
of the board as was required by law.
The meeting was held for the purpose
of fixing the budget for the coming
year. Tentative figures were submit
ted by the various county officers but
no action was taken ton the budget It
will probably be revised by the board
at a later meeting.
HELD FOR AUTHORITIES.
J. F. Spanko. who admits that he
killed a colored soldier at Ft. Huachu
ca on last Wednesday evening, and
who gave himself up to Snerirf Wneei
er, is being held in the county jail for
the United States authorities. He
claims self defense. The killing oc
curring ton the military reservation the
county authorities have no jurisdic
tion in the matter. It It expected that
a representative of the U. S. attorney
general's office will be here within
the next day or so to file a complaint
before the Acting United States Com
niisstoner M. C. High.
Ben A. Baker of Douglas, whose car
on May 28 of last year met in collis
slon the motor car of Joseph Maseeh
of Bisbee, demolishing the latter car
and against whom a verdict of $600 In
damages was returned yesterday, ap
pealed the case to the supreme court
Maseeh at the time was running a
stage between Bisbee and Douglas and
was carrying four passengers. Mrs.
Redwein was driving the Baker car.
The two cars met eight miles west of
Douglas. Maseeh sued for the value
of the car. $600, and for the four fares
at 11.25 each, which he was not able
to deliver at Douglas. He was award
ed $600, and Baker now appeals.
Special Offerings of
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So many people drag through the
summer season with that worn-down,
tircd-out feeling, that almost entirely
unfits them for their daily tasks,
without knowing just what the
It is just now that a few bottles
of S. S. S. will prove its great
worth. This great blood remedy is
a wonderful purifier, and promptly
The only American Restaurant Conducted by
Americans in the Bisbee District. Popular
prices Best of Service.
CONDUCTED ON -AMERICAN PRINCIPLES
WE EMPLOY ONLY AMERICAN HELP
Have Your Contractor See Us
"WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS"
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J. W. F. SMITH, Mgr. Phone SS
REVIEW WANT ADS
N'ovelty Voiles and
Crepes that have been
selling regularly at 75c,
85c and $ 1 .00 per yard.
Our best qualities of
sheer washable fabrics.
Special at the yard
Special, 19c Yd.
Woven stripe Voiles and Handkerchief
Linon, that sells regularly from 45c to
65c per yard. Special, at the yard 24c
cleanses the blood of all impurities.
renewing the vitality that comes with
a restored appetite. It is absolutely
without an equal as a tonic and
S. S. S. has been on the market for
more than fifty years, and is sold by
druggists everywhere, who will tell
you that it is thoroughly reliable.
Write to-day for important litera
ture, and free medical advice from
our medical director. Address Swift
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