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THE EISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1917.
Continuous From 1 to 11
A SENORITA'S DAGGER is not half as sharp as the lashes of her tongue. While the senorlta's dagger is
Idle, her coquettish ways lead three men into difficulties.
WM. FOX PRESENTS R. A. WALSH'S DRAMA
COMMENCING 6:15 P. M.
MIRIAM COOPER, Star of Intolerance
With an all-star oast including JAMES MARCI'S, HOBAUT BOSWORTH, of SEA WOLF fame. MONTE
BLUE AND WHEELER OAKMAN, of "NE'ER DO WELL" fame. The best Fox Production of the year.
Admission 10 and 15 cents.
'Admission 10 and 15 cents.
CAST AS TTk.
. ECRFTAH U
She went in for the Bohemian life be
cause she was a
"Hater of Men"
A pretty newspaper woman with a very
strong mind of her own
Is the bewitching man-hater in
The most delightful of C Gardner Sul
livan's comedies, produced by
THOS. H. INCE
such like, impostors whb prey upon
the public with their unprincipled
I methods. Engagement hours daily
' and Sunday, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
If you need a tinner call Mainland &
Williams, Phone 302. Shop in rear of
Expert paper nanger and painter. C
J. Brandt. Phone 456. Box 150. 580
' Lost Between Douglas and Pata
; gonia, two new Kelly Springfield Non
: Skid tires with tubes; 2 Firestone
rims; rear light; tire rack and auto
, mobile number. Liberal reward for re
' turn of same. JVe Kline, Douglas,
Ariz. Adv 150
OR THOU SHALT NOT KILL A WONDERFUL 6-ACT DRAMA
The Most Masterful, Mysterious, Sensational, Exciting Photoplay Ever Devised. Another Great Achievement
of the Master Mind of D. W. Griffith, The Producer of
PHOTOGRAPHIC FEATS NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED.
SPECIAL MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA
ADMISSION, CHILDREN 10c, ADULTS 20c
When you need a plumber call Main
land & Williams, Phone 302. Shop in
rear of Orpheum. Adv-135
Call Black 573 for terms, etc.
What you pay for. Lowell Paint
Shop. Phone 701, Box 3994, Lowell.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Adv.-202
1 Regular Tuesday night dances will
be resumed at Graves' Dancing Acad
emy, Brophy Hall, Lowell, commenc
ing, November 20. Invitations may be
obtained from committee or at door.
Instructions given daily. Adv-204
BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM TODAY
"THE SEVEN PEARLS"
"Through the Clouds"
The Eclipse of All Motion
'THE FATAL RING"
4th Episode. '
"THE WARNING OF
R U RENTING?
Three-room bouse in Lowell; deeded
lot; $150 down, balance like rent Win
ters & Borrego, Lowell. Adv-203
i WHY PAY RENT?
4 room house in Win wood Addition;
'deeded ground; $300 down; bal. easy
1 terms. See Winters & Earrego, Lowell.
! BUCKWHEAT CAKES.
j The English Kitchen, today, will
1 serve the first frenli buckwheat flour
of th'e season. Adv-240
J Buckwheat cakes at the English
; Kitchen. Adv-239
Special Two-Part Comedy
Continuous Show 12 to 10 P. M.
Buckwheat cakes with country or
: Jones sausage, at the English Kitch
' en. Adv-239
Has anyone visited you? Or
bave you entertained? If so, call
the Review after 6 p. m. and tell
the Society Editor. Pbone 39.
LEFT FOR PHOENIX.
Bassett Watkins left this morning
for Phoenix, where he will take in the
meeting of the Shrinera and also the
State Fair. He will return the lattei
part of the week.
There will be a meeting tonjght at
the Y. W. C. A. at 7:30 for the soldiers'
Mrs. William Hawley has returned
fom Los Angeles, where she has been
for a number of weeks.
TO PHOENIX AND COAST.
Edward F. Becker and Will Costley
left yesterday for Phoenix to attend
the State Fair for the balance of the
week and will then go on to the coast
or a couple of weeks.
IS IN EL PASO.
Mrs. Sam Cowan of Upper Tomb
stone canyon is spending a week in
El Paso on a visit to friends.
ON BUSINESS TRIP.
William Weatherman was In the city
yesterday from Tombstone on a short
business trip. He is engaged in the
carpenter business in that city.
BABY GIRL ARRIVES.
The home of Mr. and Mrs.H. Roth
ery of C. & A. Hill, has been bright
ened by the arrival of a baby girl. All
doing nicely. ,
WILL SPEAK HERE.
Miss Anne Martin of Nevada, vice
chairman of the National Woman';
party will speak in this city on Sat
urday, November 24, in front of the
postotfice. on "suffrage as a war
RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES.
Charlie Holtz left yesterday on the
delayed Golden State Limited for Los
Angeles, where he will spend the win
ter months. He came down to attend
to some business connected with hi
real estate holdings.
SPAULDING IN PHOENIX.
T. J. Spaulding, of Bisbee, is a vis
itor in the capital for several days,
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Martin
Combs. Incidentally the Bisbee man
will take advantage of the opportr
nity to visit the State Fair.
in khaki, soldiers, sailors and war SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
prepaietions. She adds that Bisbee j The relatives and friends of all sol
in its isolation, is rather fortunate In diers and sailors from the Warren Dis
being free from much of the "talk, trict are requested to send the names
talk," of the present war. i and addresses to Mrs. R. B. Callison, P.
! O. Box 3672 Lowell. Phone Red 522.
NEW GROVE ORGANIZED. j We wish tt reach them all on Thanks-
Mrs. A. Kindred, deputy of the I giving and Christmas day. WARREN
Woodmen Circle, has just completed DISTRICT SOLDIERS COMFORT AS
organizing a Grove in Lowell, the I SOC1ATION. Adv-213
third auxiliary of "the Woodmen of
the World organized by her in this j LOOKING FOR BROTHER
district. The following officers were
elected for the new Grove: Guardian, I
NeU Okerstrom of Bisbee yesterday
received a telegram from ihe Tom
. . V. i , I received a telegram from ihe Tom
Mrs. Francis Pettus; advisor Iva .May Reed (Joid Mines conip2ny ,u
Flowers; clerk, Mrs. Dorothy Clem- ,hnf Thwv,r, nl1 , ... .
in an i npnunra i iispn at nna t ma
ens; banker. Lillian McKeown; chap- resi(,Pnt of Bisoee had been ked ta
their mine. The mining company is
anxious to locate some of his people.
According to Okerstrom. Olsen had a
brother in Leed City. South Dakota.
lain, Mabel Beatrice Richey; attend'
ant, Mrs. Lottie May Northington; in
ner sentfnel, Mrs. W. E. Northington;
outer sentinel, Mrs. Almeda Shearer;
managers, Sie A. West, Mayme Rock
and Mrs. Francis Korrick.
Herbert Gribhle and family left thi3
morning for Chicago, where they will
spend the winter months on a visit
1 It will pay you to nave us check the
electrical system on your car. Loh
man Wilght, Lowell. Adv.-360
L. L. Gilman sells the New Edison,
"the phonograph with a soul."
THE PIE SHOP.
(Opposite Masonic Temple.)
On Wednesdays (wheatless days)
try our corn bread and Fridays' (meat
less days) oyster patties. At any and
all times, see us ttr home made cooked
Dr. E. R. Carpenter, Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Douglas every Wednes
day. Office, Room No. 19, Megulre
Frultman Fashionable Ladies' Tailors
specializing in women's suits. Furs of
every description relined and remod
eled. Phone Black 798, opposite V. M.
C. A. Alv-76G
R. R. WATCH INSPECTORS
Prompt repairing, careful workman
hip, courteous treatment. Lowell
Jewelry Shtp. Adv. 886
When your tooth aches, see a den
tist When your battery is ailing, see
battery experts. WUlard Service Sta
tion, LbwelL Adv.-360
Better put that flue in before It gets
cold. Call Mainland & Williams,
phone 302. Shop rear Orpheum. All
kinds of sheet metal work. Adv-136
Bisbee-Tombstone, Leaves Bisbee
Bisbee Auto Co., 7 a. m., 1:30 p. m. 7
passenger cars. Careful drivers,
Pbone, Bisbee 5. Adv
Dr. Playfalr, Osteopath, 98 Mastm
Hill, Mason car stop. Phone Blue 647.
Wheatless day menu at the English .
Kitchen: buckwheat cakes, corn cakes,!
waffles, rye flour, fried c'orn meal !
mush, our challenge pastry is made
from rye flour, hot corn bread in the
evening and rye bread served through
out the day. Adv-238
Mrs. Maud Pettijohn returned from
Tombstone where she secured a di
vorce from George W. Pettijohn.
The fire department was celled out
yesterday afternoon on account of a
small blaze on the roof of a shack on
Chihuahua Hill. The damage was
slight and an extinguisher was used
to put out the flames.
ORIGINAL BISBEE-TOMBSTONE ,
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 daily. Night tele
phone. Green 368. 7S
MADAM CAGNEY j
Reads your destiny. Call before'
making changes or new investments. ;
In a tent across from Central Theatre.
MADAM J. REA KEYS
At the St Regis Hotel,
Room 10. Lowell, Arizona. ;
PHRENOLOGIST & ASTROLOGlSTl
The greatest living spiritually or
dained medium and crystal reader.
Without asking questions I will read
your entire life. If you dobut my abl
Hy, call and I will give you positive
evidence in your own life. 1 am not to
be compared with fortune tellers and t
Bisbee Copper Co.
FOR SALE BY
We Specialize in Jerome
and Oatman Stocks.
LEFT FOR PHOENIX.
H. H. Bohmfalk left yesterday for
Phoenix where he was called as a
witness in a land case. He will re
turn in a few days.
MEN'S and WOMEN'S
UP FROM BENSON.
Archie Chi9holm was in the city yes
terday from Benson. He reports that
section as being quite lively and that
there is considerable mining going
on ?n that locality, especially on the
lower San Pedro river.
TRYING TO LOCATE BROTHER.
Miss Dora Sander of 407 Richarl
street Dayton, Ohio, has written to
the Review asking that it assist in
trying to locate her brother, Gus W.
Sander. His father has recently died
and the other members of the family
are anxious to locate him. They last
heard of him in some minifcg camp
in Arizona. The letter states in Bis
bee, Douglas. Globe, Miami. Clifton,
Hayden and Jerome. Should this item
be seen by anyone that knows of his
whereabouts it would confer a great
favor on an anxious sister and mother
if they would write them a line to
the above address and state his whereabouts.
who is supposed to have started for
she southwest. If any one knows any
thing of the dead man's relations they
will confer a favor on all concerned
by so informing Okerstrom.
While the soldiers insurance bill
was under consideration Representa
tive Edward C. Little of Kansas of
fered an amendment that would
have given to every priva;e soldier
who has a dependent wife, child or
parent an insurance of :100 against
total disability or death in line of
duty. Mr. Little urged that his
amendment would add only $16 to the
annual yay of the private.
The wolf at many a door was
unleashed by food price boosters.
OUR WORK IS DONE BY
One trial will convince
you that this is the place
to have your work done.
We also do shoe repairing
Next Door to Racket Store
OVER FROM TOMBSTONE.
j A. E. Davis and wife were in the
j city yesterday from Tombstone. Mr.
, Davis came over to have his arm
dressed by the doctors. He reports
Tombstone as being quite lively at
the present time.
The Bisbee postoffice has received
an order raising the pay of clerks in
certain grades in compliance with the
amended postal laws. All employes
receiving less than SSOO per annum
prior to March, 1917, will be en
titled to a 10 per cent raise and all
who have been appointed since that
date at a salary less than $1,000 will
also be entitled to a 10 per cent raise.
E. A. Tovrea has received word that
his new plant at Deming is rapidly j
Hearing uuuipieuun auu win soon D?
ready for use. He has contracted for
two refrigerator cars in which he will
ship his meat from here to Deming and
other points, where he has govern
ment contracts. He is now slaught
ering about 25 head of beeves per
The Bisbee chapter of the American
Fund for French Wounded has Just
shipped two large boxes of cloth
ing, hospital supplies and 71 pairs of
shoes to the women and children of
France. The local committee is about
to ship Ave boxes of clothing and two
of shoes. The shoes were donated by
the Bisbee Boy Scouts.
RETURNS FROM TRIP
Mrs. Lticile Stidser, one of the pop
ular members of Bisbee's younger so
ciety set. has returned from a trip
to San Francisco and other coast cit
ies. Mrs. Stidger while away wit
nessed little, she declares, but parades
'Mark Its Subtle Flavor"
You are always glad to know of a
delightful beverage to serve your
guests. A bottle of Ambrosia is
greatly enjoyed with or between
Order A Case Sent Honr
Ambrosia U sold at Restaurants, Hotel. Clubs,
Fountains. Drug and Grocery Stores.
MYERS, DARLING & HINTON CO.
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Inc., Louisville, Ky.
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GALLED FOR AND